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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - June 17, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                Make your Summer from Bead ttm store adyta in todays and in the Dally Order the Daily Globe regularly from your newsdealer or BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER CO SUNDAY JUNE 1917 SIXTYTWO PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS Read the Real Estate and Used Cur advts In todays Bee that your advts appear in the Daily Qlbbe this Order the IJaily Globe regularly from your news dealer or Nations Loan Takings Expected to Approach Deluge of Last Minute Subscriptions Will Delay Final Figures Until Tomorrow BASIS OF ALLOTMENT NOT YET DETERMINED Special Dispatch to the Globe June of the Treas McAdoo announced today that there will lie no allotments of Liberty bonds in excess of the requested under the terms of his original He made the further statement that he could not determine the basis upon which the allotments will be made until he has received the re turns from the 12 Federal Reserve One thing is Those who subscribed for and bonds will to the full amount of their Mr McAdoos announcement will result in paring down hundreds of the larger subscriptions until the total reaches the How much will have to be taken from the amount the country offered to take was still unknown The oversubscription will not it seemed below and may go as high as Wont Know Total Till Tomorrow The grand total of subscriptions re ceived at Reserve Banks up to noon the closing will not be known until Monday at the The total of subscriptions that Federal Reserve Banks after this hour probably will not be known until after that IncHcatlonti are that the grand total Of what the American people were will ing to take will not be available until the middle of next so great has been the In his statement issued Sec Mc Adoo said Allotments of Liberty Bonds will not Continued on the Sixth CLIMBING STEADILY New Englands subscription to the Liberty Loan will undoubtedly amount to and is likely to exceed that perhaps by a substantial No official of the Federal Reserve Bank would make a prediction last but it was admitted that the subscriptions tabulated had far ex ceeded the total of an nounced at And it was expected that the work would continue all day It is unlikely that the final total will be announced before Three hundred million dollars was the figure which Washington asked this district to aim at in order to off set possible deficits in other sections of the but the actual quota allotted to New Eng was far in proportion to the banking resources of this dis than that given to any other district in the United More subscriptions were filed at the Federal Reserve Bank on the final day of the than on any other five days put lu the absence of any definite fig ures it is estimated at the Federal Reserve Bank that no less than individuals in New England BRITAIN EXTENDS DRAFT TO AMERICA All Subjects Here Between 18 And 45 to Be Recruited Report Agency Already in Boston Compiling Lists Juno British male subjects between the ages of IS and 45 years now in the United States will be compelled to join the British it was made known here British consuls and recruiting agents through out the country are compiling lists of these Brig Gen In charge of the has gone to Washington to confer on methods to carry the plan Announcement was made that a Brit ish recruiting station was opened in Bos ton and that others would be es tablished In various parts the coun try whenever consuls reported condi tions were Reports were received that Scotchmen living in Philadelphia have begun re cruiting a Scotch regiment and that Ja maica negroes in New York also are attempting to form a unit to fight with the British The announcement that there is to be conscription of British subjects in the United States for the British Army was received with marked satisfaction last evening at the Kilties recruiting sta 9A BoBWorth Nothing had been heard of new British recruiting office having been opened in this city and it was thought that the report had originated In the ap proval yesterday by the British mission In New York of the opening the Brit ish and Canadian headquartres at 9A Bosworth st last Little Georgia Anna the 6daysold daughter of Mr and Mrs Norman enjoyed the dis tinction for a brief three days of being the youngest buyer of a Lib erty Loan bond in this but this honor was wrested from her yesterday by the youthful Edward Contlnnccl on the Sixth WAR DEPARTMENT ORDER FOR BRITISH RECRUITING June The War Department today promulgated regula tions under which recruiting can be carried on in this country by agents of Great Britain and other Allied Gov Brig Gen head of the British recruiting was here for a conference with Judge Advo cate General Crowder and other War Department officials regarding the en Gen Whltelnaugurated his preliminary drive for recruits among the British subjects in America from his RUTH GRUGER FOUND SLAIN Body Buried in Cellar of Bicycle Dealers Shop Cocchi Under Arrest in York Mystery Cleared ELIHU MISSIONS WHO CALLS ON RUSSIA TO FIGHT FANS CROWD ON NEW June to day of the body oC 18yenroltl Ruth the missing Wadlelgh High School who had been murdered and then buried six feet under the cellar of a shop occupied by a bicycle j who fled to Italy after she LIj cleared a mystery which hud baffled the police for The girls Bluill had been Miss Crugers parents identified the body through articles of apparel she wore Feb the day she left and a Wadlelgh High School The police late today took Into custody sev eral persons who were questioned The bicycle to which the girl went to have her skates sharpened the day she was conducted by Alfredo who fled from New York after the girls absence from home was reported to the He is now being held at and an effort will be made to extradite Into Fifth Inning Failure to Proceed Would Save Rain Checks and Bad Bets Mrs Cocchi Blocked Search when detectives tried to dig up the collar in a search for the Mrs Cocchi refused to permit headquarters In New York city June and since then about 1000 Britons of military betwen 18 and 45 have answered the call to the On May 8 President Wilson approved a passed by specifically authorizing the Governments of coun tries allied with the United States in after she had left the detectives entered and solved the to the tireless work of Mrs Grace attorney for the Cruger For the past week she had laborers excavating under the sidewalk in front of the apparently con vinced from information she had gath ered in her Investigation that the body would be found where it was A silk shirt corset cover and a glove were found several days ago as a result of the but these Continued on the Seventh Contlnnea on the Seventh By EDWARD MARTIN As a protest against continuing the game after the fourth about 300 fans at the BostonChicago American League contest at Fenway Park yester day afternoon scaled the bleacher fence behind first base and invaded the so that It was necessary for the umpire to call time pending the dispersal of the remonstrants by the The climax to shrieks of call the which had been rising since early in the previous came with two Chicago men out in the fifth With one more gone the fans would lose their rain check privilege and it was to1 seslon of the playing Sergt Louis Lutz and five patrol men from the Boylstonst station were powerless against tile which drew many recruits from the left field bleach With the aid of two mounted po the squad finally drove the in vaders off the field into the grandstand and The Chicago management asserted Umpire McCormlck should have forfeited the game to the White Sox be cause of insufficient police Umpire Tommy Connolly said that he Continued on the Eleventh WOMEN CHARGE NEW Ml POLICE Shout Down With Draft and Fight With Hatpins Arrest of 30 Anarchists Forward Step in Ending Disturbances NEW June the arrest today of 30 anarchists and the seizure of large quantities of anticonscrlptlon Federal authorities believed they had made material progress in their efforts to stamp out an active propaganda thin city against compli ance with the Selective Draft The first step in the roundup was the arrest of Emma Goldman and Alexan der who were held today In bail on charges of conspir ing to prevent the enforcement of the conscription They were unable to furnish bonds and were still in the Tombs friends and supporters of Miss Goldman and who were unceremoniously ejected from the Fed eral building when they attempted to deliver speeches to spectators who hac played a prominent part in a serious clash between women rioters and the police soon after Mirs Goldman and Berkman had been taken back to their About 500 women who had marchet from the Bast Side to the City Hall to Continued on the Second Important Notice BICKER HILL BflY June 18 cele bration of the Battle of Bunker the even ing editions of the Globe will be The Morning June will contain a full account of the news of the TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pane Root expresses to Russian Govern ment Americas expectation that Russia will fight for liberty of both Foreign Minister Tereschtenko replies that Rus tiia will continue the New Englands subscription to Liberty Loan likely to exceed by sub stantial Liberty Loan subscription may reach V All British male subjects in United States between 18 and 45 years of age must join It Is Body of Ruth Cruger found buried in cellar of shop in New occupied by murder suspect who fled to Women charge police in New York In antldraft rioting round up of iO Zeppelins raid set tire in coast town one brought down In American steamer escapes from two torpedoes and fires 10 shells at subma which then off Read the Used Car Advts On Pages 19 Of Todays Globe WATER SUPPLY CTUlUt AND MOTOR JJBIVEIt IMJMPS FOK WES stun ton OUH B 3 SOUTH MARKET TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pnjje Fenway Park fans try to save rain checks and bad bets by rushing on Pare Field Marshal Halg drives the Ger mans again south of New openair theatre open at Platts burg reserve officers training Allies with Greek Generals help are dinarmlng the populace of Athens those concealing arms to be punished under French Red Cross War Fund now Fall of King Constantino hard blow to Gtermany press calls it an Entente Rain gives Framlngham rookies a respite from Holland hears reports of riots In sev eral German Pajjc Harvard Commencement Week opens Initiative and referendum amendment among many filed for consideration of Constitutional Infce Radclifte reunions and reminiscent New National Committee named to stimulate aid for Red PHKO President orders Hoover to start food conservation campaign without waiting for Congressional Politics and SmithEmery wedding in Dr Edward Cowles beaten In Vir ginia Supreme Court In fight for custody of New England Moose convention opens hi Boy highwayman uses revolver in holdup of child of 10 in Hyde Park threatens to shoot Boy Port of Boston Page Princeton graduates class of 29G honor ary degrees conferred on Sec Lansing and Ambassadors of War registration total may reach Lord Northcllffe was instructed to come to America In order to remove his according to Page Observance of Bunkur Hill Day tomor row to include big parade and many interesting Marine Corps secured S5 recruits here during Ambrose Smart held nt N for Grand Jury on manslaughter RB result of nuto accident in which Everett man was Famous British flyer here to get re Detained aliens overflow Immigration station Federal Shipping Board finds a short age of sextants for the Navigation Pnue United Stutes Senate passes Priority Shipment Begin Building Strenotb Totlay Father Johns Medicine is best tonic TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS PnKC Honora May OBrien breach of promise suit Is given to Jus tice Cropsey directing a finding for New Haven passenger engineer found dying at throttle by Fnee Golf scores on Greater Boston Brady and Tellier win the four best ball golf match at the Country Pet stock show at Three schools tie for first in the St Johns Prep track meet at Earl Cooper wins the 250mile auto race at St Ambrose Club nine beats the 3 to 1 other baseball United Shoe Whites defeat the AVest India Wanderers in Page Red Sox lose to Chicago at 7 to Braves win at 7 to Friend of Pres Tener of Na tional League reports Tener to resign this Races of the Beverly Yacht Club at Iniec Denial at State Department that Ja pan has protested regarding the Ameri can note to Gen Perishing confers with Gun Pe French and begins work on arrangements for American Sinking of ships with tons of susar in 10 days causes shortage in KUtieH have secured 727 recruits in Boston for service In Canadian Trotting at South Boston and Tufts Dental Alumni As sociation Page Real estate raise Among the Page What Wan the Most Tragic Incident You Saw In the War a answered by James Mary Roberts Rlnehart and John fa mous war North End Italians assisting Public Safety Womens patriotic Pane Lift story of Maj Gen John Pereh by Rowland Mystic order Crossword Mrs Belle Grant Armstrong Whitney starting on 18th transAtlantic voyage since war Boston experts In war problems give free service to Pngec MR and Household Pnite Seeing Limit of Its Man Is Saving BO Must 1V Our Noblest Ally In War Under by James TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Dr Frank Crane replies to questions relating to American Unusual incident at Maine flagrais Pace Headquarters Department of the Northeast a town In Harvard class reunions will be quiet this Pnsc Attractions at the lntc Financial Paive Sergt Alexander McCllntock tells a story for the guidance of prospective Dartmouth football star driving am munition truck in Catholic societies preparing for sol dier Pnce Victim of torpedoed Vacuum tells of death of American PJIKC Uniform motor laws for New England Automobile Automobile Ouimet case may be Page Automobile Military and Harvard regiment at WaKefield Pnge Automobile Phillies look good to 1nso Antomobile East Boston women to help men In rniff Automobile Harry Vardon tells where women golfers Fafce Table SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE The by Alex andro condensed by Irv ing is contained In this necks issue of the Sunday tilobe Magazine and in its shortened form will be appreciated by those who hare rend the complete There is also another Instalment of The Lone Ann of a serial story by Phillips Gppenheim fully as in teresting as the opening chapters printed in last weeks Pupe Three by AlexHndre In series of Masterpieces of the Worlds Litera condensed and edited by Irving Page Long Arm of a serial by Phillips Oppen TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page of the South Raise Big Letter teltne of their work by Frank Page of Love and Valor In War and Peace The Pillar of by Talbot Page Heard at the Crime Club The RedHaired by Frank Page a story by Rex Page Girl From a serial story by Elizabeth York Page Page Married Life of Helen and by Mabel Herbert Sweet Girl drawing by Walace COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Page Hans und Fritz High Fly in by Rudolph Page re quested songs and Page She Isnt Good at a Boys in by Grace Page on the Bright Side or a pnge for young Page and the World Laughs with a page of Sunday Page and Tacks Terry Kinds a Useful in by Joe Page page for including an on the latest Paris fash by Idalla de FlagDay u drawing by Page Teenie in col by William Bal ancing in a r rarm ers by James INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ClaRflflrntlon Faco 48 Antiques and Apartments and 25 Auction Sales Auction SaleH of and 83 19 nilUttrdti and Illiniums 34 Uourd und 16 Canli Registers Deaths SO Detective 34 Form und Female Help SS Kor Kale 88 Health Krhorli ami I To Let and 1 InfunuutUm Wupted A TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Lesral Notices IlvtNtOClc Machinery and JIulc ISeli Si Meet Ingrs MtHCellaneouN Money to Music and Musical New Yurlt Ocean ond Patents US 88 Real 20 Heal Estate 24 Real Kstate For ReaJ Estate Refrigerators Sewing 27 27 SHiiiitidiiH Situations 32 Storage S4 Rummer Cottugeti 27 Hummer Resorts 30 Toilet nnd Invalid Tours and 13 Wall Wanted iQt 27 Government Assures Root Nation Stands With To Fight Together For Liberty Of Says Tereschtenko Council Declares Against Expels Swiss Who Offered It BISHOP JAMES DEAD AT 67 IN TRENTON X June 1VRt Rev James bishop of Roman Catholic diocese of Trenton for nearly a quarter of a died late this afternoon from a complication of dis Bishop McFaul was widely known as a writer and He organized the American Federation of Catholic So which now has a membership In the United States of more than Born near the village of County June James McFaul was brought to the United States by his parents when he was 6 years He was ordained a priest in June via June people con sider war inevitable and will con tinue The Russians have no im perialistic We know that you have We shall fight to gether to secure freedom and happiness for all the I am happy to say that I do not Bee any moral idea or factor between America and Russia to divide We two fighting tyranny and America standing as the oldest in hand will show the way of happiness to great and Replies to Americas Goodwill These ringing expressing the attitude of the Russian Government toward America and the American headed by Ellhu were voiced tonight by M Minister of Foreign responding Council of Ministers to Mr Roots address of sympathy and good will on the part of the American Gov ernment The American David presented the Root mission to the Ministers In MarlnskI ex plaining that the members of the mis sion had come to Russia to discover how America can best cooperate with its ally In the fight against the common The presentation was very only a few Russian officials and the members of the American Embassy at M the youthful Minister of just back from the wore the khaki blouse of a com mon Ministers Impressed The Ministers listened with rapt at tention to Mr Roots which was I a powerful both in substance i and I M Teresohtenko rose from a sick bed to attend ihe presentation and respond ed without expressing great joy In welcoming the mission trom 1 He said that Russias revolution was based on the wonderful words uttered by America in He read part of the Declaration of Independence and ex claimed Russia holds with the United States that nil men are created free and M Tereschtenko sketched the historj of the Russian revolution say Ing that the enslaved for cen threw off all the old order Just as the wind blows Autumn leaves from the Russia now faces two said the the necessity of creating a strong democratic force within Its boun daries and the lighting of an external Then he declared for war and ex pressed unbounded confidence in the power of Russia to meet the Roots Address America sends another message to we are going to tight and have already begun to fight for your freedom equally with our and we ask you to fight for our freedom equally with said Mr Root in ad dressing the Council of He Continued on 1ie Second ZEPPELIN SHOT Several Airships Drop Bombs in Kent Two Penetrate InlandStart Fire in Town on Coast June airships made a raid on the east and southeast coast of England early this Sunday Ono Zeppelin was brought down in according to an olHclul after one of the aidurs had dropped bombs in The ofliJ cial statement follows IJarly this morning some enemy air ships approached the east and south east About Jam two came u short distance one Ing the East Anglian Coast and the other coming over Kent for a Tew min Bombs are reported to have been dropped from the latter damage was done and fire broke out la a coast No further details yet to Later one Zeppelin was brought down in JAPANESE DESTROYER SUNK BY SUBMARINE June While Japanese de stroyers were attuckinB a submarine in the Mediterranean on June the de stroyer Sakaki waa torpedoed and dam an official announcement of the Jiipanese Admiralty The damaged craft was towed to It Is believed many of the crew were killed or The Sakakl is of the most recent types of Japanese one of 10 of a class listed in the Naval registers as under construction last Haverhlll Union Raises Flag HAVEUHILU June ISMayor Leslie ExBtate Treas Mans field of Boston and Agent John Bowen ivtuu UK Juifc raiKiny con rlnctcrt hy Union at itt headquarters on Locust at this Agent Bowen AMERICAN SHIP FIGHTS OFF FO AN ATLANTIC June 16An American steamer arriving early today reported an engagement with a German submarine off May wliicn the Uboat fired two one at her bow and one at her but neither found its Thu Naval gunners but do not think they made a After 10 shots from the the submarine disap Off the coast of Ireland the American steamer picked up three members of tha crew of a Norwegian lumber ship whlrli was torpedoed and five ahead of the American The survlvura were landed at Crossing the Kngliuh tha i stenmer received a number of j but was advised by patrol boats not to THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity with rising tempera tare Sunday and Mon day sentle westerly Washington forecast for Southern New England and Eastern New York Fair BunI day and j For Northern j New England Partly I overcast Monday fair and Globes Monday fair and warmer increasing cloudi becoming unsettled by night light westerly to southerly The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp son Bps3 a 60 6 u 8 a 80 IS 62 3 P 08 6 p Another great list of used cars is advertised in todays Be sure to read the Used Auto mobile popes To sell new or used advertise in the MASS MEETING IN BEHALF OF INDEPENDENCE For NOW SYMPHONY HALL H lint Injf ton and Sunday 17 AT Exceptional Musical Program Admission FREE MARTIN 4B BiirrfJI Average temperature average one year 12 63 57 Temperatures at S Last San 70 86 St i oo oi tili 1ort M IS Precipitation In Bos 24 hourn to 8 p SAVOY 455 Columbus Avenue Savor European plan 200 und room una t prttute Single nttb urlrhtt connect Inn per iluy Lurift with uoaucilloK with fur fl iwr day ejieh Kverjr Large urotcliHB Sfed eriitf One bloik to lUunlrated booklet trite iiimn nark Day LIBERTY BONDS SHOULD BE KEPT SAFE WITH YOUR OTHER VALUABLES IN A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX Exchange irust 124 BoyUbm 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