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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - May 20, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                Dont neglect your See that the Globes great clientele is kepi posted on what you to Use liberal space in the Daily Globe this read the advts in Be 16 taid Real Summer Resorts attd Automobile tdvts In the Globe prints Ue and classi fied business In Boston because of the excellent results itbrings to its 140 BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER CO SUNDAY MAY 1917 SEVENTYTWO PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Segment of Marines Added to Regulars Ordered to France Engineer and Forestry Volunteers Will Soon Foliow infantry TWO BOSTON Police Seek Young Clerks in Theft Federal and Metropolitan Trust Company Employes Accused The police of this city are seeking two young bank Ab bott of the Federal Trust Company ana Arthur Eugene it is al robbed tha Federal Trust and the Metropolitan Trust Company branch office in Bast Boston of Pres Wood of the Metropolitan Trust Company stated last night The full amount taken in both the Federal and Continued ou llic May three arms of Americas fighting tlie Navy and Marine Corps soon will be represented in the war With American destroyers already combatting the Uboat menace in Eu ropean waters and Army regulars concentrating to carry the flag to the battle lines in Belgium and a regiment of Marines was designated today to join the expeditionary force and round out the Nations represen tation in the The Marines will be attached to the Army division under Gen Per which is under orders to pro ceed abroad as soon as Force of Nearly Although details are not being made it was calculated to night that with the Marine regiment the total American force now desig Coutluuva on the Eighth IA PREPARES TO STRIKE FOE Offensive the First Task of Coalition Government Socialists Join in Declaration Against Separate Peace via May 19 declaration was Issued by the nov coalition Provisional Govern ment today rejecting the idea of sep arate peace and announcing that de velopment of the Russian Armys both offensive and will constitute the Governments most important This signed by all the including the Socialists re cently expresses the be lief that the Russian revolutionary soldiers will not let Germany destroy their Western Allies and turn on War Minister Kerensky has in augurated a vigorous He an ITALIANS SWEEP AUSTRIANS BACK Capture Highest Peak in Desperate Struggle Russian Activity Increases Cannon Duel on Western Line May the German counter stroke In tho west apparently after securing only the nounces he Will soon visit the against the heav ing front to put into effect an iron lest lighting continues In Southwestern He has ordered that all deserters return by May under pain of drastic and will refuse all generals All men of nonSlavic origin at Contfnuea 011 tlie Second where the most powerful ol Italys offensives is beating down Aus troHunfiariiin resistance on the Alpine Italian infantry have completed the conquest of the high rocky key Ooutiiiucd on lic Second TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS President tells why he wants control of Nations food supplies and Hoover win be food serving without Coalition Russian Government de clares against separate peace and an nounces its first task will be to strength en Army for an Perahlng will lead in Arthur Henderson of British Cabinet figures that men have been Killed Great War and the total casualties are above Italfon ArmjV in young of Boston banks Sought for TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Be sure to read the want and Classified advts in todays Advertise your wants the Daily Globe this Go on Interest Last Day of the Month LAST DIVIDEND 4 Exchange Trust 21 MILK STREET 124 BOYLSTON STREET finETHOPOUTAN LINE SS Massachusetts Bunker Hill Always in sight of Land Via Cape Cod Canal Leave North Hide India every Uuy ai i FARE EASTERN SmftiSKSP LINES 455 Columbus Avenue Savoy European pjnn 200 rnonis mid room litis u private Sincto wtih privnu raniuCiiiiK f1 pir with privinc iimiixiiluK baili 01110 with fur jl per ilny ouch Lnrup UcTilaps prutf TJnr hloik 10 IllustniiKl win j Birk Buy BUNICE HELL BOSTONS DELANOPOTTER Massachusetts National Guardsmen expect to be among first to go to trenches of British Admiraltys new method of attacking submarines thus far success ful wheat cargoes arrive and Govern ment anxiety is according to food Pace Japanese torpedo flotilla has been patrolling the Mediterranean for a month in place of the who have joined the Allied fleet against Austria accord ing to message from grand Mecltlerfburg Schwerin and MecklenburgStrelltz an nounce consent to modern Spanish Government makes categor ical demand Germany for reparation for submarine attack on steamer Pa tricio press urges Vigorous Memorable of Italian Army Jn storming Austrias powerfully fortified mountain position in tho Julian Cuban gunboat captures a German after long pursuit of his motorboat and finds his plans for a stibmirine base on Cuban British mission rlslts Flagraising at Columbia Yacht South Volunteers will campaign in New Eng land foiLiberty Ko announcement of subscriptions to Liberty will be made until all are KliuabeUi killed by auto in IJonliestcr Axel Carlson probably Iuliilly hurt by street LendaHnnd Society has annual moot Ing and public IladclllTe classes afield und Politics und Groves Washington news and TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS j Eastern Yacht Club members are guests at first parade arid review of men at Navul Training at Marble Boston boy In the Canadian forces I turns up in Plattsburg with a Victoria j Uov MoOall expected to Issue draft I enrollment proclamation Car Advfs On Pages 23 Of Todays Globe PiUfe War Tax bill may bo passed in House Page Senate passes war bud State Gideon Association and Boston Camp hold annual Page Red Sox lose at 8 to Braves defeat Cincinnati in 6 to Oulmet and Gullford beat Brady and TelllerTprofessionalSy in an golf match at the BraeBurn Metropolitan Driving Club opens its racing College baseball Technology wins the New ICrigland college track Scores on the Greater Boston Pnjve Gen Ballington here to dedicate Volunteers of America says great war will end next Boston lire losses for a decrease of more than from those of PURC Uclief that Col Roosevelt will drop all efforts to raise his Royal Arcanum Supreme Council re jects biennial sessions Cupt Hush checks circulating of treasonable pamphlet at Navy Yard and discharges Explosion of submarines torpedo kills two passengers and six of crew and sinks British steamer Highland Gompere states labors war Six persons two perhaps fatal In taxi accident in Banker Roberts dies Port of Boston PttRP 1 School baseball Elmer Heed wins the championship of New Dog show held on Lnrz Anderson Enlistments come in increased num bers after recruiting rally on Common i Premier Lloyd Gcorgo brings about settlement of the engineers strike in munitions German Army resorts to new tricks of such UK smoke for attacking or retreating Private Charles Royal Irish tells of his escape from a German prison Some facts about Maj Gen Irish and society Music und Vutce Attractions at tho Womens patriotic PIIRCM 48 anil Household Pnse World bj Uncle Whats the Matter With the Now by James Capn Quihn of hadlocks1 Mills wants Government to train swordilsh to go after The work at the Plattsburg as described by Frank PIIKU Stories of the Asks Power to Control Stocks and Fix Prices at Which Middlemen Must and Not Arbitrary Restraint and He Says PURPOSES OF FOOD CONTROL President Wilson says The objects sought to be served by the legislation asked for are Full inquiry into the existing available stocks of foodstuffs and into the costs and practices of the various food producing and distributing prevention of all unwarranted hoarding of every kind and of the control of foodstuffs by persons who are not in any legitimate sense dealers or The requisitioning when necessary for the public use of food supplies and of the equipment necessary for hand ling them The licensing of wholesome and legitimate mixtures and milling The prohibition of the unnecessary or wasteful use of Authority is asked also to establish not in order to limit the profits of the but only to guar antee to when a minimum price which will insure them a profit where they arc asked to attempt new crops and to secure the consumers against extortion by breaking up corners and attempts at speculation when they occur by fixing temporarily a reasonable price at which middlemen must Boston to havo IflTgest outdoor flower show ever held in Financial Commercial Gardening Pngrc BEAT UBOATS BY NEWMETHOD British Device Thus Far Attended by Success Luck With Wheat CargoesBritain Less Says Jones May llrnctor of food expressed the icllef that tho Gorman HUhmarlnes beginning to be In an iiddrcsK delivered at Edinburgh this evening on the necessity of economy in food con Mr Jones mid We have been thanks the Ingenuity of tho Admiralty and the courage and skill of our to make attacks by a now method on tho Ger man which KO fjir have been attended by 1 think Ihitt suc1 will It would trump an Belgium and In view of the fact that Gen Clarence commander of the North eastern was notified yester day that beginning about Aug tho Na tional Guard organizations of New Kng JL LTuiiiu lanf1 bp Kent to ctunpK in Motor trade people to hold a other trjk produce an earl tho Southeastern and Western Oic 111IIKS meeting Tuesday evening I Jor termination of the war than those tho guardsmen foel tluit EXPECT EARLY CALLTO WAR Bay State Guardsmen May Be Among the First War Department Leases 5000 Acres for Gamp Near Ayer Although no ofHfiial notification to that effect lias been received in Massachusetts National Guardsmen eS prcl to bo amoiifithe first of the coun trys citlKcn soldiery to be sent to one of the Southern training cnmpti pre paratory to leaving for the trenches of Hoover to Be Administrator Will Serve Without Pay Says Work Can Be Done Through Voluntary Cooperation t I Outlines His Program Which Includes Enlisting Aid of Every Housewife May Wilson outlined the Administrations foodcontrol program in a statement tonight declared the powers asked are no greater than those other Govern ments at war have been compelled to There iis no he to restrain or interfere with normal processes of The1 statement also makes fortna1 knnounceraent that Herbert has to become food jaU ministrator and that he has acceptcd on condition that neither he nor hie immediate assistants ahall receive any pay for their Although it is absolutely neces sary that unquestionable powers be placed In my says the Presi dents I am confident that the exercise of those powers will be necessary only in the few cases Continued on InNinth Heal estate Pace Wentworth Institute school for the 1st Corps News of the mystic Charles Wood of State Arbitration Board suggests three plans to avoid Local tMOIKE MOIOII DRIVEN OMrj foil BOSTON 43 SOUTH MARKET STREET V i National Guardsmen For Plattsburg of the Jsatiouul Guard ordered tu re port nt tlie Officrre Training Camp at Monday slioulI take irniu from NortU Moy Special of itj Pullman oe provided for those orderinir reiicrviitiims in nil vance lower upper K4S Wnshllictim PliouiMuiD 47fJ ui Kuiuiuy iraiu 10 fur tuforimuluq DRILL MANUALS BEKX BUSH 829 Old South Bids CALIBAN A Manque by Percy Mackaye Muiic by Arthur Farwell 5000 CITIZENS IN CAST Includes such choruses and dancing groups such scenic and lighting effects as were never realized in any Production in Greater BENEFIT RED CROSS COMMITTEE 420 Boylston Telephone Back Bay 8966 oiitlnjr fur crippled children June Automobile PniAc Automobile Automobile Boston Latin School Boy Scouts plan Bummer farming Automobile PltKC Automobile Military and naval Concentration camp Ayer will be 10 miles Georges Kays he will be worlds heavyweight champion If j the war leaves him and Yachts and 1uue Table Ill Wcllesley girls mobilize for Table PlIKV Sundays choir to have first reunion June British Empire festival next Wednes i Among the SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE The Sunday Globe Magazine tills veek presents the first of a series of short stories by Hex Already strong In Its fiction the will be all the more worth reading on account of these tales by this most popular Frank who is touring the coun Iry making a study of its industrial this week takes up in de inil that mowt picturesque of can ew It is enter taiuing as well as Page by Charles masterpieces of the worlds literature condensed and edited by Irving Page of Love and Valor in War and Peace The Soul of a Regi by Talbot Page a Free Press Means to by James Page Awakening of New letter by Frank Car Page Interest to a by Rex In high command allow themselves to hppe We have had luck with wheat con Our supplies of wheat and with tho possible exception of give less cause for anxiety than they1 did Mix weokH their Inclusion in the first division of the now Army is an Indication of tlie part they are to play in the It was also Intimated yesterday that the Hay State Guardsmen will ho as Oil tlllk lOllglltll TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pago Amateur Con fidence Man Much Mentioned by Ellis Parker Page Puddles and by Page qrl From serial storyl by Elizabeth York u by Ernest i Page Married Life of and by Mabel Herbert Shopping a draw Page A London serial by Coralie Stanton and Heath Something to Plant In ypur Johns Medi cine for eoughe and Pure and COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Page und Fritz Dor Luck Turns and in by Itu doljih Page Requested songs and She Mas a Wonderful Adventure In in by Grace Page on the Bright of a page for young Page find the World Laughs With a page of pagc and Tucks All flip Hits Were Xot Made At the Bull in by Joe Pngn 7A page for Page the Boy Artist GctK tho Garden in by JOd Globes Doll Family and The also in INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 13 Iorl AmuHrnientii AimrtnicntH anil HI Auctlon Auction of HorwH uiul Hi Bull The 40 BllllardH ami Tool BtiKinrbii ChmicBM TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Hontlng niitl imklnK ill etc 16 HotclN 11 ilnUHCN to und IVlinted Inforinutlon LiKiil tl StfxiU n Mnrhlurry iinil IoolH Mule Wanted IMoilpy to Lnillt etc 17 Mimic u ii cl 40 York llottlii n OWIIII IllKl CollKlwlKO U THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Sunday probably thunder showers Mon day generally fair HcaKomiblo tomimra ture fresh southwest to west Washington Foro cast for S o u h o r n Now ISiigland Thun der showers Sunday Monday fair cooler on lilt For Northern New Kng luiul Huu dnyMonday probably OlobeM Monday Kmicrally fair Tuesday probably continued fair soruewhut cooler Monday and Tuesday moderate westerly be coming PUTS THE KILLED AHOOOJ I Henderson Says Casualties of War Are But Allies Will fight Till Kaisers Effort to Conquer World Is Broken May number of Wen killed in the war thus far was estimated at by Arthur mem ber ol the War In tin address today at Ho estimated the total casualties of to be ex cess oC the population of the United The population of thetTrilted according to the census of was Mr Henderson said that after nearly three years of military effort which was unprecedented there was no immediate piOHpect of cessation of The severe character of tho war and its pro tempted some persons to ask why peace should not be attempted by other He would tell he it was because the challenge thrown down by Germany in 1911 still held The lust of world which dictated tlie policy of aggressive military action the part of cortthiued to be supported by the Emperor and hiK PriiBHiun the great net of liberation had been fully achieved the Allies could not The Temperature Yesterday Thomp sons a S3 u M l a 67 US II p is C p 71 t p 64 II Average tcniponuuiv yester KilllM average iu year JjiiKt Snn Temperatures at X EC till tit SI ilfi 48 M M New tiii Wash Strange Submarine Off San Calif SAN May commanding officer of Fort Rosecrans reports that two lookouts there ob served a submarine late today off the entrance to San Diego The submarine apparently came from the and was plainly vis ible before according to an official announcement at the 12th Naval District headquarters The authorities declined to make any Shortly after receipt of the infor iniition the Navy Department caused the wireless stations here and at other points along the coast to send broadcast the news to all Illill KHtutf Hllil AlutloiiN 30 Keul for Kxtiianfft Kcul Esfufo MortKugttH ICefriKerutnrs r ritr 17 SenIng MuchlnrH etc I SltiuitlonN n SHuuMuiiN Alnle Bo nd Roomti Clothlnc Deatlin 3S 40 j Summer CuttiiKm Summer ii 17 11 TOIIFH II V Ull OUTING i May the tirM time Alaroh wlion she was mlt1 en to New York suffering from tho OUK HlncHH that neceiisltated an opera tion n month Mme Haruh Bern1 hardt today enjoyed an With her Dr Felix of Paris hw Miss inrl a the great Fromli actrfssl rude in an automobile through Vmril Part anil down 5th past the Hotel which has been her nisildunic Tluparty Mount Sinai Honpltid it oclock and did nut return until two j Replying to inquiries as to she felt alter returning from the and said gayly Better than I1 have felt in MA SUNDAY OPERATED UPON FOR APPENDICITIS May 1JMrs William I wife of the who if I SI conducting a campaign in this was Dramatic taken tonight to a private sanitarium Form unit Garden where she an operation fur Female 31 j acute The operation was Financial I erformed by Dr Howard Krllv For Adtmtiou ti I Dr Kelly arrived Jn the city at oclock and de tor i tided Uiat it was Imperative the opera tion Bhoald be performed Liberty Loan Government Bonds We believe that the small subscriptions of people of moderate means throughout the United States must be a large factor in the suc cess of the Liberty We further believe that there are many ways in which we can be of service to such people and thereby enable them to join in this patriotic service to their Therefore we urge the use of our organization in the filing of applications for Liberty Bonds and for making payments after the bonds have been Undoubtedly there are many people of limited means who would have 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