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Boston Globe (Newspaper) - June 3, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts THE NET PAID CIRCULATION OF THE DAILY GLOBE lsv about 6oples per day greater than at the same period one year Advertise In the Dally Globe Your Pur chases From Globe Thousands of bargains ace ad vertised React the store adyta in TODAYS GLOBE and in the DAILY GLOBE this weak 154 BY THIS NEWSPAPER CO SUNDAY JUNE 1917SEVENTY PAGES WOMEN TO HELP LOAN CAMPAIGN Committees in Every New England State Many Large Subscriptions Reported Yesterday Waterburys MRS BABRETT Chairman Executive Committee for Massachu setts of Womens Liberty Loan Eager to play an active part in the Liberty Loan the women of New England have definitely organized for this appointing executive committees for each of the six with a chairman responsible for hand ling the work who must report the progress made to Mrs the Federal appointee for New Eng A small executive with a larger general committee and various has been formed for each all working nlotig the same general lines in a manner best suited to the local conditions of the different Mrs Barrett Wendell of this city is chairman of the executive committee for the other members of which arc Mrs presi dent of the Roman Catholic Womens Clubs Mrs Felix president of the Coimiil oi Jewish Womens and Mrs the Federal Committees in Other States Mrs William Sehofleld of N is chairman ot the New Hump shire executive Continued on the Fourth CAPITAL AGAIN TALKS OF COALITION CABINET Gregory and Burleson Are Criticised by Republicans Defeat of Censorship Plan Has Caused Change In Official Attitude Toward Giving Out News Sncrlnl DlNpnteh to the Globe 2 the Senate and House conferees on the Espionage bill meet on Monday they will formally eliminate the censorship section and report the measure without it for final which is already The controversy over the measure has had a Jtrong influence on the attitude ol officials toward the publication of war An instance of this was a state ment today by Sec of the Navy Indicating a more candid attitude on the part of some departments of the Gov In announcing that Government would notify the newspapers of the clos ing of the Naval Secretary in stanced the decision of the Government to prevent the circulation of alarming reports which tend not only to inflame the public mind but improperly to in fluence Will Tell of Port Closings Sec Daniels referring to the temporary closing of the port of New York on is as follows The for such closure cannot often be but in a general way newspapers and the public are aware ports are closed chiefly for reasons as laying of new mine fields or the shifting of existing the sweep ing of channels for possible mines laid by the enemy or for the direction of the flow of shipping to other Two of the sources would imply the Continued tn the ISlevcnth TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pane President Wilsons lonfj cabled to Potrograd two weeks de lining Americas war appears to be lost or hold up Washington unable to trace the message or hoar from Ain Talk in Washington of coalition Cabi United Slates Government hears Ger many is trying to secure Venezuelan island for subimiritio base and notities Caracas Kipling declares Implacable anger animates the Allied which will a UTrUile vengeance for willful uVstructiveiiEsH and crimes Hoover urges people to cat vege Women organize to nkl Liberty campaign in ull New England Sec Daniels denies that any American destroyer has been lost in Kuropean Tnise Police orders regarding registration of men under Massachusetts oflioor among four or dered from PlaUsburg 1or active Baker announces rules for Allies re cruiting citmpiiiKim In this Estimate of men to draft in Boston by wards and Conferees on war EAT HOOVERS ADVICE Save Staples for Winter and His Plea European Nations Fix Grain Needs at Bushels Used Car Advfs On Pages 22 and 23 Of Todays Globe GREAT PATRIOTIC MEETING TREMONT TEMPLE JUNE For the War Work Evory Brigade of American Troops la to hftvu a The splen did work done for tho armies in Europe and on the llordcr will bo Come und har about William will pretiidc SltcalitTs and Guests Governor Samuel Mayor Jiunee Clureneo fhunluin ilev Brewer Guy Music by the United httttes Navy Public Cordially Invited Held under the auspices of the War Work Council of Boston Young Mens Christian ABtfoehilion ami the Beaton Young Christian Lissett turns over 100foot cruis ing power boat Marold to patrol fleet of let Naval tlrst food Miss Linda and Leverett Sal TueUermnn M Miss Dorothy Codman and Jarrett Shaw both of mar ried at Arlington Street British submarine diviner to bottom for rest settles squarely on top of smashing conning and slays till Germans The French have repelled 1C Gonvmn assaults in K days on the dominating Casque and Tcton hilltops In Cham Boston recruiting stations accept 115 men for Marine Corps and Engineers Federation of Central European States under leadership of Germany proposed hy organized movement staged at Frank More Army shoe contracts awarded to 10 5 of them in Former German Consul and 18 others indicted on charge of trying to cause revolution in Vntte Groves Washington news and Some 600 Dartmouth students have an swered countrys call to wedding in Hotel Som erset Finance Commission criticises the number of engineers on the Compromise averts strike of 5000 clothing workers in Boston increase 10 percent and 18liour wecl Mr uiid Mrs Edward Brown of Mel rose observe golden Chinese couple married in ballroom of a Boston Pnjyc British break up German assault near Oppy Germans bombard Vimy nnd Bullecourt Russians report heavy Ger man fire Italians drive Austrlans fai ther toward United States steamship Bridge placed In commission at Charlestown Navy England has promised no passports to peace conference at Stockholm but is likely to let delegates attend Russian session no change in Entente peace Flagraising and tableaux at Jackson Brazil takes possession of 46 German steamers and puts Brazilian crews on German Emperor thanks armies of his heir and Bavarian Crown Prince for loyalty to our great German cause by frustrating the Allies Insre Exeter Academy beats the AllBoston track team in the dual Field day of the Medford High School cadet School baseball Union defeats Maiden to 1 other results in other Greater Boston baseball Groton School beats Milton 2 to in 11 for the private school baseball championship of the St George cricketers draw with the West India June 2 An creased vegetable diet was urged tin the American people today by Her bert Hoover as a means of conserv ingthe supply of staple In an appeal to the countrys Mr Hoover the Allies needs of staples and the probable needs of this country next We want the American people to in crease the proportion of vegetables in their diet for many Mr Hoover including compose but a small fraction of the diel of the considered as a Na Of our total foodstuffs in terms ot only about 14 percent are supplioc In the form of while some 40 percent arises from cereal in cluding bread 20 percent from various animal products and IS percent from The widespread agitation throughout the country to increase pro duction of foodstuffs has resulted in a large expansion of the garden area with normal weather we may hope for a greatly increased supply of garden These may be dis posed of either iby direct consumption during the Summer months or tiori for Winter GERMANY TO SAYS KIPLING Implacable Anger Moves Allied Armies Will Exact Vengeance for All the German Grimes and Destruction PRICE FIVE CENTS AMERICAN RUDYARD KILLING His WATER SUPPLY AND MOTOR DRIVEN PUMP0 FOR HOMES 5CNO FOR PUR CATALOaUC LUNT MOSS COvi BOSTON 43 SOUTH MARKET STREET IM Refrigerating Plant FOB SALE sixton cotmlBtinc rmURL bo Hold Aoolv nwrRN with Bagby blanks Hod E to Braves 4 to at College Ijanehall Scores in Boston suburban race between Mnyor Curley and Michael McDermott a Pll KF 1 Publishers of all of periodicals uryv taxation of advertitiiiM in Ilace of hlKher postage Prince of Udine and Marconi cheered in Dancinp irusflilPtti to be next omcers Double Amount for Three Months Much the more simple and1 direct thing to do is to increase proportion of vegetables in our diet during the months August and thus save a portion oC the meat and KUftar for Winter To double the proportions of voKetables and thus diminish proportionally the drain of Continued on the Eleventh By RUDYABD KIPLING L Statement Mnrle in French DUHMK Recent Visit to Bordeaux May French people need not bo unduly worried about the systematic destruction committed by the Germans in their re treat from the northern Civi lized Nations will never allow one coun try to assasinate another with Germany will pay for all she is doing in The Allies are not out for complete but they will be bound to take not as but as a surgical operation or which the Germans stand in And the most terrible part about it will be that it will be done in cold just as were the crimes which enemy has 7 have received letters from friends at the front who have seen the desolation and the willed abominations accom Con tin nod on the Second SHOW YOURJATRIOTISM Automobiles and Interpreters Wanted The Election sit ting as the Board of Military Enrol desire the services of interpret ers and automobiles on Registration June All those who are will ing to volunteer their services or their automobile for all day June 5 apply tomorrow morning at the Elec tion Commissioners street City Hall Court Washington Unable to Get Acknowledgment From Francis or Trace Long Message Cabled Two Weeks Ago by Any of Three Available Officials Puzzled TRY FOR UBOAT CARIBBEAN BASE Germans Attempt to Obtain Island Off Venezuela Is Reported At Washington Location of Margarita which Germany is trying to secure for within striking distance of Panama Canal arid other Ameri can June have reached tlio Government from a source described as that Germany is attemptingto net control of the Island of oft the coast of Venczuts for use as a submarine The State Department has forwarded the in formation received to Venezuela for the i consideration of Venezuelan i The exact nature of the advices is but otlicials permitted it to become known today that the report had caused some concern They indicated that they had positive con firmation of overtures designed to se cure control of the but that they Grand Duke Nicholas Arrested in Connection With Royalist Rising in City of Tiflis w French Debate Crisis in Secret of Petrograds Envoy to Paris Accepted Special DlHimtvh to the June Department officials are growing more over their failure to receive from Ambassa at acknowledgment of the receipt of long cable two weeks ago defining for the Russian Government the war aims of the United So far efforts to trace the dispatch have heen Likewise all attempts to get a reply from the Ambassador have been fruit Officials said today they did not know the exact route over which the cablegram was sent and have asked the cable com pany to trace There are three possible One is via London and the Baltic Another is via London to Sweden and via the Swed ish land lines to The third is a new cable laid since the outbreak of the which leaves the north of the British Isles and runs to It is entirely possible that the dispatch reached Petrograd long but was not on the TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Oorcliester Day Fore River shipyards employes to get increase Monday also double shift Community Health Council to safe guard health and moral conditions in communities adjacent to Federal centration camp at Mayor makes fourth attack on Finance Commission for city bonding investigation Grand Jury to get evidence in VVakclin murder case tomorrow or Nationwide search started for Kid naped baby of million InKe Port of Boston IOKC The Massachusetts Constitutional con vention will at the State House next PnKe Georges Carpentier finds plenty of ex ercise at the front to keep him in good Boston Cryptic Rite Masonic Council to celebrate its centennial this Holyoke girls doing real farm Andrew Peterson of again in the Federal expert describes new cunning PIIKC Real estate Pawre Navy calls on Nations knitters for Legations on shipboard off Page Rapidfire romance of a young Naval Torpedo attacks made from seaplanes in PnKC Irish and Catholic society Pnffe News of the mystic A chicken farm that paid Waste the great American Pa re Lumbermen to be sent from America to work in English Id Ken 44 anil Household Iasro New World by Uncle Rise of the Socialists in the Up heaval cf by James Dr Frank Cranes Plain Talks for Plain PliKf Dorchester boys become real Still time to plant PURO Attractions at the Hnite Now Christian Science Church at Qulncy will have its tlrst service Jucchia revives interest at the Amongthe Womens patriotic Pnicc Financial Pane Golfing by Harry Christy Mathewgon eizas up No TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS PlIKC Motor vehicle legislation passed in Massachusetts this year reviewed by James Automobile Automobile Pane Automobile Oiiimol sure to piny in Western ama teur golf championship Pnvro Automobile Military and Naval Pnwi About 100 more cars needed for childrens outing next Automobile Yachts and PHBC Table Pnuv Most college girls do What Caliban Table Pniso A store run by school tint are about to invade home Crossword SUNDAY GomMAGAZlNE Heard at the Crime Club is the general title of a series of detective stories by Frank which be gin In the Sunday Globe They will be found to be very thrill Inpr nnd will prove popular with lov ers of detective Another char acteristic story by Hex Beach Is Me printed in this weeks These are only two of many good things to be found in the Page 1 Vivla by Benjamin Disraeli Lord In scries of Masterpieces of the Worlds Lit edited and condensed by Irving Page 5 The Girl from serial by Elizabeth York Page The Dead a Page 7 Uncle Has the Worlds Biggest Sweet letter by Frank Page United States Trade Scouts Are Seeking New by James Page Heard at the Crime Club The disc of Madeline by Frank Page Why A London serial story by Coralie Ktunton and Heath Page by Rex Page TaliS of Love and Vnlor in Wnr and Peuro At by TaHiot Page Well by Sara Pago Selected Page The Married Life of Helen j Juuwc SubmArtae ChnBintr Not TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Page undFritz Der Desert in by Rudolph Page Column Requested songs and Pago The Wild Rose Was Too in by Grace Page on the Side of a page for young Page and the World Laughs With a page of Sunday Page smci Tucks Terry Turns Magician nnd Tacks Turns the in by Page page for Piige Teenle in by William Globes Doll Family and Love also in INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS elf CurloH ami ColnH AimrtmentH and Tenements 41 Auction ISales several hundred In that they will receive a raise in wages of 10 percent beginning next THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Sunday probably oc casional locaLsliowers Monday fair not much change in temperature fresh south to south west Washington Forecast f o r Southern New England and Eastern New York Probably showers Sunday Mon day For North e r n New England Probably showers Sun clay Monday warmer on the Maine DANIELS DENIES WARSHIPS LOSS DUKE NICHOLAS ARRESTED No American Sunk in European Zone Mongolia Shell Not Change Will Be Made Former CommanderinChief of Rus sian Armies Accused in Connection With Royalist Riots at Tiflis June 2The arrest of Grand Duke former chief of the in conse quence of loyalist riots at is re I ported in an Exchange Telegraph dls rr patch quoting advices from Grand Duke who com iniMulad the Russian armtea in the early mouths of the war and subsequently was sent to the was desiij nuied supremo commander by Em ror Nicholas on the abdication of the so und Hull IJIlllurds and BURinchK Hoard und HO Clothing Deaths ia OettHtfve 3d lurm and Female JIolli 38 lor Heatlntf and 30 83 17 MOUNDS to und 3D Information 30 Mve 23 84 und 34 Mule Help Meetings MlMrlluneouK 39 Money to Motortj MiiKic und MiihitHl New York Ocean and 17 Krai Heal Khtate Keiil 1Jhtuto for Keivl 21 ItrlrlueriitorK 31 Krn inir Sitiiiitioith Situations 31 Globes Forecast Monday fair Tues day probaoly continued fair seasonable temperature moderate southwest becoming The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 57 t a DS 9 a 60 12 G3 3 p W 0 p 62 11 p 5S 12 Average temperature yester average one year Tempratures at 8 Last Night San 58 B4 St 68 D2 54 Port 42 New 64 Precipitation in Bos 24 to 6 p June the Senate Naval Committees hearing today on the accident aboard the armed merchant man which the lives of two Red Cross Senator Poindpx ter asked Daniels if it was true thai two American destroyers had been lost in European waters recently owing to defective None has been replied he Sec retary But of ray good brother editors lose one and per haps a whole fleet every The Navy Departments board of in quiry absolved from blame the naval crew which llred the Mongolias gun in practice and attributed the accident to but the RutsKian revolution aries opposed the appointment becaust Continued on tlic Socoiul Real Estate lor To Let or Wanted in the Daily tins Be sure to read the Heal Estate advts in todays Continued on the Second GLOBE WANTS GLOBE DISPLAY ADS READ THEM TODAY 2ft Hummer si 81 Toilet nnd Invalid 38 Tours mid Travel 17 etc ai Wall 83 Mlinted aj Wines ete 33 etr 84 Who Is Caliban What Is Caliban CALIBAN is a character in Shakespeares a primitive human from which Percy Mac kaye has taken the suggestion of his great which is to be produced in the Harvard Stadium for the benefit of the Red Cross and the Reserve Officers Training with a cast of 5000 The struggles of Caliban with his own nature have been given dramatic expression and symbolized in this Masque to illustrate the struggles of through from barbarism to higher ideals of The immense stage is on three and the lighting dancing groups and dramatic action are all on a scale of magnificence never before at tempted in this section of the In a brief way this should answer the many questions which the young ladies who are selling tickets for Caliban have been asked the past These young women in increased continue the sale of tickets this There are absolutely no beneficiaries and no margins of profit for anybody but the Red Cross and the Reserve Officers Traming Corps in this production of Caliban at the Harvard It will be the great outdoor dramatic event of the yNIINGOT AVENUE OPPOSITE ART MUSEUM OUTDOOR OPENTODAY WEEKDAYS ADMISSION 5Dc HORTICULTURAL tu II C Bxceefl the intlng Tills Sum posted tonight in 3tl aliban 420 Boyiston Ti eadfliirm 415 SAVOY 455 Columbus Avenue Savor pluu 200 room a Evury room IIUB a private Slugle wltb prlTtw toniwctlnir II Lutt wltb private ootinncUng wllli for rwr Uuy Ererr Uf Large nritrlaiw Uai ctato One bloik to UIKJU Ilack Bar ORANGE BRAND mr l
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