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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - November 13, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                Real Estate for to let or wanted Advertise in tomor rows Read the want and classified advts in todays Autos for sale Use the feting VOL 136 Evening Edition JL Closing Market Prices TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1917SIXTEEN PAGES BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER CO PRICE ONE GENT EVENING Capture North Italy Points Fonzaso and It Longara Are The Places Taken Italians Lose Leone Work on the di Campo REJECT ADVICE OF OWN LEADERS I Building Trades Ignore That Wired by ol Strikes on Ail Government Work Here to Be Continued Nov 13Fonzaso and Mtj muni we wrested Mt Longara from Longara have been captured by the AustroGerman troops invadlngNorth ern says the official stafement issued today by the German War The statement reads Italian front In the Cette Corn the Troops advancing in the moun tains between the Sugana and the Cis mon Valleys took by storm the Leone on the Casoni di and CmiUniKMl on the Fifth Order the CHobe Regularly From Your Newsdealer Newsboy Want Pages Today the Globe prints several thousand individual advts each week than any other Boston These thousands of advertisers use the Globe because of the excellent results they get from their Most of them have kept a record of their answers covering a period varying from 1 to 30 years and know positively that the Globe gives them the best SEE THAT YOUR Business Help Rooms To Let and Boarders Wanted advts appear in tomorrows The strikes of workmen employed on important Government contracts at che AVatertown the Squanturn de stroyer appraisers stores and Navy Yard remained in fouce when the members of the Joint Buikiing Trades of Boston and Quincy voted to ignore the instructions received from labor leaders at the of conven tion in directing that the strikes be called They will not take any action until the return from Buffalo of Sec John Mc Donald and GeneralAgent August Hewlett of the Allied Building Trades These men are expected to be present at a meeting tomorrow at the Buffalo following President Wilsons stirring appeal for cooperation by the labor a conference was held by repre j sentatives of all the trades involved in the Greater Boston strikes on war con struction This presided over by shovels are fully manned and are work Ing RECRUITS Of BATTALION OF DEATH Photo by Donald Thompson New York Herald Service The famous Battalion of which includes the truest type of Russian has made history that will live In the accompanying picture are shown many of the recruits going through their drill for the more serious work to The officers find little difficulty in teaching these willing young women the necessary requirements make real RELIEF IN SIGHT IN STARTS PASSENGERS Duncan of Qulrtcy and attended by Mr McDonald and Mr re sulted in the calitnK of a general meet Ingof International presidents of build ing by Pres John Donlin of the building trades They voted that all building trades men on strike return to work at pending a meeting in Washington with President Wilson and an adjust ment of their differences Pres Donlin telegraphed the local that OF ASKS TWO HOURS CONFERENCE OF WILSON Nov Building Trades Council of the American Federa tion of Labor today sent a message to President Wilson askingfor a two hours conference to discuss the situa tion at where work is being held up on a destroyer plant by strike Involving about 1800 More than SOOO other workmen are indirectly affected by the it is Sec Baker of the War Department is said to have sent a telegram to the of the Building Trades Depart ment warning them that unless the trouble was adjusted at once the Gov ernment would be compelled to step presidents of the Building Trades conferred last night and the telegram to President Wilson todav was the re The Quincy strike Involves the ques tion of the open and a settlement it was would pave the way to speedy adjustments When the second days session of the 37th annual convention was called to It was with the expecta tiori that Pros Gompers would deliver unions to I bis annual postponed from yes I yote to Disregard Leaders This morning representatives of these unions met at 386 Harrison av and voted disregard the many ot them arguing that Pres Donlin had no right to take such The pub licity committee gave out this state ment The joint building trades of Boston and Quincy voted unanimously to ignore the telegram received from Pres Donlin that the strikes are until such time as their representatives sent to Buffalo shall Any settlement to be made will be made by the joint build Ing trades of Boston and Quincy and no ol Tracy Dlckson of the Water town Arsenal stated this morning that no strikers had returned to work this I see that the National heads and loaders of the American Federation of Labor have repudiated the attitude of the local said but it re mains to be seen whether these unions will abide by that believe the men themselves want to come back to An official of the Aberthaw Construc tion which Is doing the Squan tum stated that none of the striking steam shovel men have re turned to but that the steam Bridge Workers Charter Restored The charter of the International As sociation ol Bridge and Structural Iron Workers was restored upon recommen dation of the executive and the organizations three delegates were The charter was taken away last July for failure to comply with orders from the Baltimore convention with respect to the charter of the New York Duringa debate over the practicabil ity of printing verbatim the proceedings of all sessions of the annual the statement was made that a detec tive agency claimed to have representa tives on the Chairman Gompers said there was Continued on he Fifth WAR TIMES AVOID ALL WASTE Tuesday and Wednesday Values Fowl 30c Pork Roast 28c Bottom 23c FDeUBtoSCd EB8tcrn Absolutely No Waste Kndicott Use Young Ilg Excellent Quality I You BBVe4e H Baring of 7c a Top Round Why pay 40c45c Hamburg fine lean fresh ADVERTISED PRICES FOR CASH ONLY ARTHUR DORR lift IVILT A DOWN 132 Canal Street MAIN STOMK North and Union IIV TOWN Baoon MunUlUKUIII Read Uncle Dudley Tell your friends about the Globes Dudley They are the tallc of all New ACCOUNTING FOR WOMEN lliWBlSKS1 EVENING COURSE GLASSES FORMING OR FOIl BULLETIN i Pace Institute Seventh Floor Tremont Temple THE WEATHER United States Weatl cr Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its for New Eng land and Eastern New York Fair tonightand Wednesday little change in tempera ture gentle to moder ate northerly Temperatures at S a m N 18 lowest last night Wash 3S 40 Highland S a wind north 7 clear 6 very Boston S am Barom Inches 31 high est lowest last night 58 percent wind 8 The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as follows 1H17 All Improvement Expected Within Few Weeks Consignment of Raw Stock Here From the Philippines Raw sugar is being rushed to Boston from the West to relieve the sugar and it is predicted that within a few weeks conditions will show a marked I A consignment of raw sugar from the Philippines reached Boston today for1 tlio South Boston and more is said to be on the The exact amount of the consignment is not This sugar was shipped from Cebu and Iloilo to San and then sent overland by A quantity of molasses is being put i through a process to extract sugar from j This sugar is of a light brown Tlio new Cuban crop will be coming forward in a few weeks and the refin eries will then run day and niKlit to supply the depleted Sugarcane cutting will probably begin on most of the sugar plantations in Cuba in 10 days and the grinding will start In some sections of it issaid that grinding lias already Most of the Louisiana crop of raw sugar will go to New York this year and Boston will get none of it unless the refined product is sent No Mope is held out of an increase in the supply from the Western beet sugar as it is said that the entire crop will be refined in the West and will be used to supply the demand AUTO Court Declines to Grant Warrant Against Frederick Charging Manslaughter In the Brighton District this after hearing testimony in connection with the death of iyearold Mary Cronin of 01 Shannon Brigh who was knocked down by an au tomobile at the rcrner of Washington and Wlrt yesterday Judge Connelly declined to grant a warrant for manslaughter against the operator of the Frederick bridge of 7 Washington Stockbrldge went to Station 14 imme dlately after he had taken the Injured child to St Elizabeths and made a full report of he j He was allowed to de but when the Cronin child died wo hours Stockbridge was noti fied to appear in court this This he did and satisfied the court that the accident was not due to careless ness on his PRESIDENT WILSON IS AGAIN IN WHITE HOUSE Nov from a Hying trip to Buffalo to address the opening of the American Fed eration of Labor President Wilson resumed his duties at the White House Lieut Resnati Leaves L I Six of Those in Biplane flrmy and Navy Officers N Nov Resnatl of the Italian in bi left here today at a m for with nine six Continued on the Fifth Nov 13 The complete defeat of Premier Kerensky and Gen Korniloff is announced in a Russian com munication received here by After bitter fighting near TsarskoeSelo the revolu tionary army completely defeated the counter revolutionary forces of Kerensky and Korniloff says the an The Soldiers and Workmens Deputies have ordered that all measures necessary be taken for the capture of Ke who is retiring before our Signed by Mouravieff The announcement follows Yesterday after bitter fighting near TsarskoeSelo the revolutionary army completely defeated the counter revolutionary forces of Kerensky and In the name of the revo lutionary government I order opposi tion to all enemies of revolutioi ary democracy and the taking of all measures necessary to effect the cap counterrevolutionary forces against the capital of the revolution has re ceived a decisive it Kerensky is retiring and we are talcing the The sailors and workmen in Petrograd know how to impose and will im pose with arms in their hands their will and the power of the The has endeavored to separate the army from the revo Kerensky has to break it by the violence of Cossack Both efforts have The WUHJii tirt i the revolution and the triumph of the B and pearls con revolutionary I Ception the supremacy of the de CommanflerinChiet I mocracy has the ranks of the similar which the success of j of the forces acting against Keren Prominent Russian Name The communication goes on to say that history will record the night of Nov The attempt of Kerensky to move Sea that your Real Business Chances and Automo bile advts appear in the fiend the Want pages FOREIGN DEPARTMENT up carefully during a period of twenty our Foreign Department has been gradually enlarged to meet the growing vol ume of foreign Its management has been developed by the addition of trained experts to handle accurately and intelligently every type of foreign banking You are invited to utilize the services of these The First National Bank of Boston Surplus Resources Branch at Buenos army and has steeled its 4 The whole country will set that the authority of the Soldiers and Continued on the FJftli Be sure to read the Want and Classified advts in todays 52 Boston Money on or before 15 Will draw interest from that SEND FOR Banking by Wall ACCOUNTANCY NECESSAKY THAINING FOB GKEATER EXECUTIVE POSITIONS PRACTICE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT LATE FALL CLASSES FORMING Call or Write for Bulletin Fase institute Seventh Floor Tremont Temple HARVARD STADIUM FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 4i 0 a m i H in Sam 41 1 m 1 P in 40 2pm 47 S p m 47 FIND STOLEN AUTO IN WOBURN AND TWO MEN ARRESTED Burton aged of Tremont South and Francis aged of Hancock were arrest ed by policemen Day and Sheehan on a charge of larceny of an automobile valued at from Maurice Dris piaee of business at S10 Milk st Get It was traced to Stoneham and finally located in Woburn This morning in the Municipal Court the prisoners were held until Nov 20 in bonds of rwuL I Of Ciiiiurcli lea WHITisV ill to French Wounded Fund Peabody frcnsiirpr of the American Fund fur French Wound riutiuim to iho lunu 7 Days Left TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE War Work Fund METROPOLITAN BOSTONS SHARE Subscriptions to November Balance Needed by November 19th MAJORGENERAL HUGH SCOTT SAYS I do not know what the Army would do without the Send Your Subscriptions to WILLIAM Treasurer NATIONAL SJIAWMLT HANK BOHJON Walter Edwin Itrotvn Prebton Glarlt Louis CualidKe Lenin CrosHLtt Allen Ourtln Jvbtienuvn Allan Forbes Ullliutn Oantcm Jlotiort llcrrlfk Arthur Johnson Oeoret Ijee doliii Muvomber Robert MnrMn fiimtfb iritejitn BaUheaky Ininlv Homlck Trunk SttMiriiB Ihlllp Ktorktun talrn Ntune Kduln WelHiter F Wood HARVARD ilti 2 Best seats now on sale at Wright Head Leavitt Pierces and Harvard UNION INSTITUTION FtiR SAVINGS INTEREST BEGINS 14TH twentyone AQI at of may be XJepovlta from Immuo 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