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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - July 2, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts                                Select your vacation resort through the Bo sure to the Summer Resort advts todays the Dally Globe this Thousands of gains advertised save money by making purchases fKofh Read the wartt VOL 2 SUNDAY JULY 1916 SEVENTYTWO PAGES BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER CO PRICE FIVE CENTS NEAR RIOT HOLIDAY J Hundreds Barred When Bay State Is Loaded to Capacity Scores in Peril on Boats and Trains Out Packed With scores of men and women fran tically rushing down the In Banger of being thrown Into the and several hundred more beating with their flats agalnst the doors of Central a stampede to get aboard the Portland steamer Bay of the Eastern Steamship assumed tilmost the proportions of a riot last Fists were used two women began a setto and had to be and special policemen were roughly handled in jjhe crowd which endeavored get iaboard after Custom Guards Tucjtett and RFallen had blared the boat loaded to her oapaolty of 611 onehalf hour before sailing The guards announcement that no one else cpuld get on board started the with their wives on board fathers with sons and daughters on the persons who had reserved their staterooms several weeks In ad and had already placed their baggage on were all stopped at the entrance of the Special officers James Cannon and John Smith with others were swept aside by the frantic rush of several hundred within the and the Continued on the BjKhih NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC if Independence Day July 4th July K regular evening editions of The Globewill be J 4 The Wednesday will contain a full account of the TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Massachusetts troops first to reach HI Paso Hospital Fifth and part of Ninth camped last night by the Rio Great drive by British and French Into German front from Somme River north nearly to Scores in peril when nearriot occurs at fcentral Wharf among passengers barred from steamer Bay records its hottest for With maximum of S CONTENTS BIG BRITISH DRIVE NOW ON LAST WORD IN WARFARE PaBe Charles Hughes resting up at About Philadelphia machinists German officers and gunners appear in Carranza armies Sonora railroads at standstill owing to lack of coal Mexican mpblllzatibn PIIKC 10 Carranza while reports of United States mobilization pour into believed to be figuring hie chances in Col Buck takes command at Camp Second regiment due In El Paso to Page Adelaide mentally mlBsing since found by efforts of Globe to have been committed by Quinoy court to State Large numbers gather for Church of the Assumption outingat Wood Island Von The BritishFrench offensive in With its pre ceding fiveday is described by the military experts in that theatre of operations as the last word in scientific Here are some of the things the British and French did as a preliminary to their drive through the German front near Somme Built 3000 miles of railroads to facilitate moving munitions and troops and handling the Put a metal surface on all Rebuilt or strengthened every bridge and Concentrated fighting backed by auxiliary bridge and railroad Filled the whole region with hidden new Brit ish guns of the largest many of them 15inch and manned these guns with French artillery Installed all over the region a new phone system with con crete poles augmented bya network of telegraph wires and sta tions and field Buried ammunition together with medicines and food so no matter where the troops in an they would have shells and food without the trouble and delay of ordinary modes of Concealed from the Germans the massing of the Allied troops back of the Arranged the big guns in arcs in such a way as to provide concentric fire from many guns on small areas of the German In the preliminary fiveday bombardment the BritishFrench army fired shells over a 90mile and sent out every evening raiding parties to demoralizethe enemy and ALLIES GAIN ON 25MILE FRONT Take SevenMile Labyrinth Of German Trenches HOTTEST DAY OF 1916 RECORDED IN BOSTON Mercury Climbs to 86 in the Afternoon Hours Wiegnnd says Germany was British enter big battle singing Irish whistle French retake Thlaumont Worb Rus feians and Italians sweep Austrlans far ther back British win In German East French official figures show 753 town bhips wrecked by war houses England has trained soldiers 0n ground for great offensive In Fiercest bombardment of war preceded JBrltish Pnsre Number of State Appointments expeot ed Three hospitals for Massachusetts men planned on the Mexican Sociological Congress at Sagamore war most Interesting Page Seven men killed by powder explosion In Thirty families of soldiers helped by Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Associa Recruiting for Greater Boston Na tional Guard companies goes on with Redoubled j Two united States sailors wounded clash at General Revenue to raise 000 additional funds Intfoducutl in the Fully attend tombola of Sacred Heart pariah of Worcester holdup men try to get aged mans cash and eat held up Page Park band concerts to be dropped for the Hibernian constructed by Dillon In Public causes Schooner Quetay comes In from Nova Bcotla leaking and with man lost over Page Bemarltable showing made by United States Government In flaoul year endlns James la killed by train Bt West Medfordi two women and two children just Mm Emma Bout jftqh Melrase lost Wed dUs whllo on Hundrede lawn of Bt Ra jihoela ready for British offensive will not divert armies from Wellposted neutral says British of fensive is unnecessary asserts Germany must collapse Aus trias finish Pane New snarl vover Boston paving Dil lonjs status may It is signinr of Rose and strawberry exhibition opens at Horticultural Turnvereln comes to aid of city and will fill ranks of mob In Julius Caesar on the Miss Helen McKee Munson of New York and Richard Russell of Cam bridge married at York Page Red Sox lose again at WashlngtortT New York and Chicago Americans win Braves win doubleheader from the Brooklyn National League leaders other Lynn beats Lawrence In the Eastern League other Suspensions ordered by Pros Johnson a result the WashingtonRed Sox Page Wiley and Carman win the bHse race at Revere Corinthian yaeht regatta oft Marble Golf results on Greater Boston Fred Wright Jr of Watertown High wins the State junior golf Mystic Valley tennis More than 1200 attend outing of Asso ciated Sunday Schools of Roxbury at Page Arlington beats 3 to In 11 Metropolitan Driving Clubs harness racing Standard crlqketers give St George eleven a jolt In Bast St Ambrose takes lead Is Dorchester Catholic Adjt Gen Colo tells of hlatwo days work without changing 6000 citi zens Into Official Washington thlnkswar averted Page Real estate PUBC Alexander Vlllphur says Gormanlong for Northern soldiers it they go to the Big Bend Irish and Catholic society Military and Naval jLooal Had Declined to 73 at Midnight Low Helps The second half of 1910 opened yester day with the warmest day which the year has so produced In this vlclu Boston had maximum tempera ture of two degrees warmer than tho warmest day of tho month of June and degree warmer than the record hot day of the year May when 86 was A strong northwest at times caching a velocity of 25 miles an and an abnormally low com to make the day very and few persons had any Idea hat a heat record was being estaj The day was by no jneans so uncomfortable as last although the mercury did not exceed he humidity was very high and lh5 jreeze almost a minus Generally fair with va riable winds and littlechange in tem ia predicted for today and to welcome news for the host of vacationists who haie tied the city or the triple holiday and are established seashore and country resorts for No forecast for Fourth of July weather has been as The hourly temperature yesterday fol low 2 a 5 a 7 a 10 a 11 a 1 p 2 p m 3 p 4 p 5 p m 6 p T p m 8 I 9 p 85 80 85 85 81 83 70 70 SCENE OF BRITISHFRENCH Germans have been forced hack along 16mile line north from Somme nearly to making a bulge into the Teuton lines In some places five miles as on the 10 p m 11 p in 74 Midnight 78 Says Girls Propose In Leap Year Brockton City Clerk Thinks the Figures Prove It 9 Special Dispatch to the July Clerk Calvin Barrett is today more sat isfied than ever of the pranks that Dan Cupid performs during Leap The city clerk was looking over the marriage records fer the past five years and his discoveries were somewhat Here is what he found In 1912 Leap Year there wera 110 marriage licenses during In 1916 also Leap Year there were In 1913 there were 1914 there were 89 and In 1915 there were If these figures do not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the young ladies themselves take advantage of Leap the city clerk wants to have some one come through with some other British Forced Back From Some Sections by Counter Attacks July and French troops thrown for ward in a grand offensive against the German lines on both sides of the River 60 miles north of have penetrated at one point to a depth of five miles taken many villages and cap tured a labyrinth of extending to a depth of 1000 yards on a front of seven The the most spectacular in this region since the British captured Lops last began Saturday after the German trenches had been bathed in a hail of shells from guns of every caliber for several Progress had been reported along the entire front of about 25 The greatest success gained by the British was onthe In the center they captured what are designated in the official report strong points along a front of four FORCED BACK BY COUNTER ATTACKS North of the Anore Valley to Gommecourt powerful counter attacks by the Germans have resulted in forcing the British back from various sections of the ground gained in their first Part ol Ninth and Hospital Company Also on Ground Regulars With Machine Guns Guard Bay State Troops By FRANK SIBLET Globe Staff Correspondent with Btli Massachusetts Infantry EL July first section of the 5th Massachusetts arriving at was the first body of fighting troops to get to El Paso from any if the people here have It Hospital Corps of many States were here ahead of all The 9th Massachusetts got Its 3d Bat talion into town 20 minutes behind but in the switching managed to get actually on the ground The Is coming In tallend and its Head quarters carrying Gen Sweetser and the brigade will be the last section The 16 troop trains will arrive during the The 5th is In pup tents on a bare and dusty only 200 yards from the Outposts of the 23d Regulars are on each side of It Bay State Hospital Unit First of All The first unit to get in was the Massachusetts hospital It arrived at p right in the hottest part of and 15 men were overcome by heat in the very act of making The camp of the 5th Massachusetts is in a horseshoe formed by the old Continued on the Second TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pagre Harbor and Land Board ready to turn over clean slate to All grain records for Boston Page Financial Pave still bothering Wall Street Opinions of the Commercial News of the Mystic Poffc How Boston will celebrate the Admiral Dewey in analysis of big sea battle says dreadnought settles the Rolling dowri to Mexico with the 6th Pages 42 and Page Mexicos Essential by Uncle James Morgan says Uncle Sam will find It easier to go into Mexico than to come Dr Frank Cranes Plain talk for Plain Page Thirty thousand Japanese along Pacific coast of Mexico and more Bosdan Page Summertime Pnge Shakspero program llor the Blondes warned to avoid the Among tha church to celebrate Its 30th Womens Educational and Industrial Unions Shop at patriotic jpave Yale rowing man stand by Maines motor botvts and TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Ten clubs will compete for Belmont golf trophy this Harry Vardon discusses new kinds of golf Pose Great interest in how motor law which went into effect yesterday will work Massachusetts State to have important meeting at Wor July Automobile Automobile Pnec Automobile Page Table Page Some distinguished names among VNaval Table MAGAZINE SECTION How Alaska celebrates the Fourth of July is described by Frank Car penter in u timely letter in the Globes Sunday Magazine Another article that makes Interest ing rending at this holiday season is one by James Morrow on tho simple living in the days of at the time of theNations first Inde pendence There Is also plenty of thrilling notion and good clean Page und by Rudolph Pnge Everybodys Page and by Joe Far Page On the Bright Side of a page for young Page and the World Laughs With R page of humorGlobes Sunday TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page the Boy Artist Helps to Swat the by Ed Payne and Dark by George Page womans including tho latest Paris by Idalia de Married Life of Heleji and by Mabel Herbert Page in Trou Globes Doll Page Story of by Julius West Winds Animal by Thorn ton Pago Girl From by Muriel Nelson and Kdmund DAu Morrow writes on Simple Living In the Days of 1776 the Eugene Family by Page Legacy From the by Culpeper Scarlet by Hetiry Page the Fourth of July In by Frank Car Napoleons Chief Spy Hoodwinked the Emperor of Aus by Herbert George Pago of by Rich ard Harding Page Page INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CliiNslnontlon Pago Amuaemtmtu 17 Ourlot and Apartmentn and 80 Auction Auction Bnlon of Horoen and 10 81 Bull UllUiiriU cinil llunluoim 81 Board and 81 Cash Clothing Iletectlve gto Farm ond Fconolo Help 87 For For S3 Heating and Houses to Let and 80 Information Legal 87 Live Machinery and 17 Mala Help 84 Miscellaneous Monty to AIuNlo und Musical 37 New York Ocean and 84 87 Poultry 17 Reid 30 Real Estate Keivl Estate for SO Reul Kotate Refrigerators Sewing HltuatloiiH Female 81 Situations 31 Mouth American Storage 20 Hummer 2H Hummer Home Summer 24 Toilet and Invalid Tours anil Wall 1apern Wanted 17 Wilson People Ask 2 to 1 Odds NEW 1Wall Htroat bet terB on the outcome of the Preuldqntla election were deadlocked Ao oorfllns to MoQuald tha Curb there was a considerable amoun of money to be placed on both FreHldeiv Wilson and KxJuBtloa but f t of i to wml the HughoH fouowora would only alve to thero wan npi nutiiAl bed of the Rio Grande near the International The men detrained In the and before they had marched to their place on the already stalcedout ground it was pitch A precious hour lad been lost In the dark they set their tents on the dusty so dusty that a is Invisible below the They laid them grateful to escape from the day coaches in which they have lived since Tuesday morn Vnder Mexican Without Ammunition As soon as the Sth was in the the unloading of tentaga and ammunition A long string of army mule wagons was wait Continued on the Tenth WAR NEWHUMMARY British and French offensive from River Somme to near Arras resulted in progress all along 25 mile front trenches to depth of 1000 yards on sevenmile front captured north of Anore Valley counter attacks forced the British out of position they had French again capture Thiau mont Work that Germans took Saturday Russians continue advance south of Dniester in Galicia occupy many places south of Italians continue to force Aus trians back along entire Posina line and in Arsa British defeat Germans in East Russians report total Austrian prisoners taken since June 4 is 21 THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Gener ally fair Sunday and Monday light vari able Washington Forecast for Northern New England and Southern New EJnsland Fair Sunday and probably little change In For Eastern New York Fair Sunday and Mon The Globe Forecast Monday generally fair Tuesday probably continued falrj not much change In the temperature light variable The Temperature Yesterdayiat Thomp Bons Spa8 a 68 8 a 63 76i 12 89 p Ml P 84 9 p 80 12 ndi Average temperature average one year at 8 Last 02 81 St 74j M Port dfli Now 78 Wash Read The Used Car Advertisements on Pages 19 21 of todays To aell new or used automobiles advertise in the VISIT THE ONLY OPEN AIR CAFE IN TOWN CLARENDON HOTEL GARDENS 4th OF JULY SPECIALS HARDEN TABLE DHOTE DINNER renobscot Grepu Feat 50o SPECIAL BROILED LIVE LOBSTER 78o Oniod Muiloal Concert 4th July Mifht 100 Outnlde Diiy Dp Warren Institution For Savings WMthtaKtpn Court IienonltH and withdrawals DMUendji DIVIDEND Interest ROOT BEE   

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