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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - June 24, 1917, Boston, Massachusetts                                Head the Itesiirt udvts In todays Summer Cottages To Let Summer Boarders Want ed Advertise in the Daily Globe this Read the Jleal Estate advts in todays your chases from Thousands of Brimmer bargains are advertised Jti todays Road the store advts in todays and tho Daily Globe this 175 BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAlHK CO SUNDAY JUNE 1917 SIXTYEIGKHT PAGES AND 10PAGE SUNDAY ttLOBE MAOAZINI5 PRICE FIVE CENTS Liner Rescues British Steamer in UBoat Flees Another Hits Submarine Off Success Reported in Two Days FAME FOR SOX INTWIN WIN NoRun and No MantoFirst Performance Double Whitewash for Washington Ruth Assaults Umpire Ban Johnson Will Take Care of Ruth June John president of the American expressed displeasure tonight when he heard of the disorder at to days game in Ill take care of Mr he Mr Johnson he expected a report from the lire by Monday and would take action at that By EDWARD MARTIN Modest Ernie Shore took a place in the Hall of Fame as a no manreachedtlrst base pitcher in the curtainraiser of tho twin bill with the Griffmen at Fenway Park It was the best pitching seen in this city since 19M when Cy Young put over a similar the only difference being that Unole Cyrus pitched to every bat while the Carolina professor did not get Into the exercises until after who had walked the first had been removed from the pastime for Umpire Brick The final score was 4 to and In the afterpiece the Red Sox applied the whitewash brush Dutch Leonard vanquishing Chain Lightning The second acore was 5 to While Shore covered himself with LEADERS OF ITALIAN MISSION WHO VISIT BOSTON TOMORROW AN ATLANTIC June 23An American steamship arrived in port from across the Atlantic with tlve proud achievement having succeeded In driving off a German submarine which wan attacking a British The steamer is a Bister ship of the liner that reached port just 1M hours ahead of her and which engaged and sank German submarine that fired a torpedo Into her While none of the officers would dis cuss the It was apparent that those on board were hunting trou ble and not trying to keep away from These Germans think they have the whole world scared stiff and that all seamen and naval officers go into a blue funk every time they sight a sub said a youthful gunner on the steamer this They cant pull any bluff on us and we only want the opportunity to show them how frightened we While steamer was off the British coast a British freighter was being at tacked by a fiubmarlno and those on the American liner could see the shells as they were Bred from both the freighter and the The American stayed away until the freighter sent out the SOS Capt who was making his first trip as then gave or ders to steam at full speed toward the scene of the The sight of the big liner in her coat of war gray and the glistening barrels of the Naval pieces evidently took the heart out of the Ger man submarine for before the American ship could get close enough to begin firing the Uboat Congress of SbMiers and Workmen Votes to Dissolve Council of Eliminate Annul Mandates and Cut Off Credits William at and Prince Ferdinand of Savoy the Prince of at ITALYS MISSION Continued OH the Eleventh State and City to Honor Prince Udines Party Route of Military and Naval Parade Tomorrow Arlington st to Boylston and Tremont Temple to Wash School and to the Common at Charles BILL HADE U GIVES UP Boston IB ready to greet the members of the Italian Mission to the United who will arrive here tomorrow morning and remain through the Continued on tlie Second House Votes to Stop Use of Grains for Distilling Also Allow the President to Seize All Stocks of Hard Liquor June Admin istration Food Control givingthe President broad authority to control the distribution of feed fuel or war purposes and appropriating for its enforcement and was passed by the House late tonight after farreaching prohibition provisions had been written Into The vote was 3G5 to Congressmen Continued on the liilevonth Separate Peace Impossible With Present Government Press Shocked by Swiss Exposure and Justifies Hoffmann BY BROWN Special Cable to the Globe June newspa pers which reached Stockholm last Fri day declare in a plaintive tone that public opinion has been shocked regard ing expose of the GrimmHoffmann which aimed a separate peace with The Tageblatt says there is no use wasting words In moral izing that it is sufficient to say that a Continued on the EUgutb Red Cross Committee Fears Boston May Fail in Task New Yorks Allotment Set Ahead j To Mark putting across something which previously has been recorded only four timesLee John Cy Touns and the late Addle Joss being1 the moundsmen who did ItBaltimore Babe with his temper beyond control Italian Mission to visit Boston big afternoon military and naval parade TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Tnge AllBussian Congress of Soldiers and Workmens delegates adopt resolution calling for dissolution of the Council of the Empire and elimination of tho Nearly remains to be raised in two days to complete Greater Bos tons quota for Bed Cross War American liner drives oft submarine that had damaged British freighter an other American steamers shot strikes Uboats In tho Mediter Continned on tlie Fifteenth Used Car Advts On Pages 23 Of Todays Globe and reception on Common to feature Berlin press shocked by exposure of Swiss effort to secure for Germany a separate peace with Russia this is im possible with present Russian Govern Howard Forbes and Sydney Fair banks of Boston decorated at the front with French war cross for courage and then give the General an American col lege American Socialist delegates insist on restitution of House passes the Food bill with rad ical prohibition measure Page Cleveland looms up as banner city for Red Chairman Herrick shows value of Bed Cross work to American American Red Cross Commission to be sent to Red Cross to take over French Panic on Halifax ferry steamer in Big stars and 5000 Greater Bos iHmesfali aboard r wonder Star athletes compete in events at Ieabody outing of General Electric Corn ton people presenting the wonder ful spectacular story of man rising from brute forces through order and 1 uany B ggest dramatic and musical All National Guardsmen now pro ect production on worlds greatest ing Plants and public mil be Remember You can both see and Acoustics and lighting won Benefit Red Cross and Re serve Officers Training Har vard June 28July Reserved seats SOc to at all Theatre Ticket and all Department and at 415 Boylston The Execu tive Committee earnestly advises First Nighters to get seats at They are going INCORPORATED 1861 THE BOSTON PENNY SAVINGS BANK 1375 Wathlngton Boston Opposite Cathedral RESOURCES OVER THIRTEEN AND ONEHALF MILLION DOLLARS Money deposited on or before July will draw interest from that Deposits Received from One Dollar to One Thousand Dollars All Dividends for the last SEVEN TEEN YEARS have been at the rate of d percent compound Checks for dividends mailed to de positors when Deposits may be sent by Savings Deposits Go on Interest Last Day of the Month LAST DIVIDEND 4 Exchange Trust 21 MILK STREET 124 BOYLSTON STREET PfiKe Frenchwomen ask Chamber of Depu ties to grant them tho fol lowing British Impeachment of Chicagos Mayor to be considered Port of Boston Page Eddie Mahan signs as a private in the Military and naval Page Politics and Proposed amendments to Constitution filed provide for Governors Council ap pointed by for prohibition and for TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pnirc hard nressed by cling desperately to Lens in hope of saving which British capture of Vimy ami Messines gravely in State after Jlay State control of fuel and Pane President appoints the draft exernp tion board for Thousands see wham buttle at Salem in aid of Red Cross Pane Dramatic scene at Moscow Dumas re ception to American mission when a common replying to Roots declares Russia will ilght with a new strength derived from Gen Edwards and Capt Robertson talk to and friends of soldiers and bailors meeting in Plymouth Capt aitlng com mandant of Harvard Ofticers Reserve Training recalled to WaBhington Russians pour a continuous heavy artillery lire on AustroGernians In Ga licitt an0 bombard foe in Volhynia and Gullcia Portuguese destroy German pa trol south of in Drawing for members of new National Army to be done at Richard Everts of who has enlisted as private In rje cliires too many Harvard men are seek ing officers Jobs wants them in New Strength Is Gained Juiuj Second annual lawn party of Church of Our Lady in Four more suffragists arrested In Washington second appearance of ob noxious Vice Admiral Sims surprises natives by personally serving hot coffee to crews rescued by American warships destroyer sees ship after losing run to save Russian soldiers decide on big armed demonstration against Government in Berkman held at Tombs and unable participate in Anarchist demonstration in Madison Farm labor situation in Vermont help sadly Pafce Sinn Fein attacks on Irish soldiers in their homes continue in systematic Whites overwhelm Needham in One two others ships damaged by bomb explosion in Cuban Wakefiekl boy undergoes cut and fall after climbing to top of pole bearing high tension power Emma missing Wakefleld found In New IaKC St Rose Holy Name nine wins a 15 inning game at Chelsea other Medford High heats Cambridge to 1ov the State school baseball Boston Baseball League re Greater Boston golf tournament AVorcester golfers beat Boston In the Intercity municipal team Metropolitan Driving Club Page Red Sox twice whitewash Washing ton at Fenway 4 to 0 and 5 to 0 nofirstbase pitching by Braves lose doubleheader at Brook lyn 3 to 0 and 7 to Portland breaks Lawrences winning streak in the Eastern tells why some pitchers seem to all the Bnn Johnson We will certainly take care of Ruth for umpire Pa ice Plan for insuring lives of soldiers with Federal War Risk Bureau submitted National Defense Pane President Wilson moves to speed up the Federal Trade Commission in head ing off extortionate Seven New England olhcers at Platts burg placed on active Kronprinzessln Cecilia likely to be used as United States transport to Boston National president of Railway Mail dismissed from postal reelected and given salary Alfredo Cocchl confesses in Italy to Huth Cruder in New Page Just what the great Cali Is Food and fuel laws have right of way in Congress Yankee lumber methods for PuROn Real estate Page Counting the ageIons minutes before starting a bomb by Sergt MeClln Harry Vardon picks Chick Evans as Americas beat Athletic achievements and feats of Vlolette Frenchwoman ex Town of Perus czar Pate Attic trunk mav T marriage TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pasc Household PiiRe Household Womens Patriotic James Morgan tells of important part American doctors have in Great The World Has Always Refused to fee by Uncle Maximilian Harden demands a real parliament for Dr Prank Crane discusses the Red Pusfe Spraying needed in the garden to guard against pests and Summertime PIIRC How three bravo men defied the At lantic in the tug fraternal and society Women will entertain families of vis iting Elks in Boston next American Germans says Stage Paiie Financial Coal tars many Automobile What Lord JCorthcllfte saw at the Forbes and Fairbanks of Ambulance Service Decorated by General affront for CourageGive Him College Yell June young Americans attached to the NortonHarjee Ambu lance Unit of the American Red Crous have received the war They are Dr Charles Briggs Schenectady Howard Forbes of Boston Sydney Fairbanks of who is a nephew Continued on iJic Eleventh TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Best things from the Page Married and Life of Helen Automobile How English was converted by Among the Local Pa we Automobile Chance for young1 Luther Buibanks to avert threatened IllKl Automobile Yachts and Automobile The Mystic Pa Automobile Commercial Motorcycle PnRfN 58 Table Tennysons prophetic Hands All written in Pnui High shoes VK loni for prize of a PARO Army rations for the Woman who crossed Atlantic to go halfway to marriage Canteen profits for soldiers COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Page and Page Lilac one of the late and poems Page i Page the Boy Dot Drawing Page page of in story and daily ny Page and Page latest Paris Page Teenie doll INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Classification etc Curios and Coins 31 ApartmentH and Tenements 30 Yiirtion Sales Auction Sales of Horses and Estimate Red Cross fund Has Reached NEW June Following are estimated fig based on incomplete re showing the progress of the Arttetican Red Cross cam paign for New York Rest of The allotment of the Great er City has been increased to or onehalf the Owing to the fact that here and in other cities teams made no exact figures were not The campaign closes officially Monday As a result of the combined efforts of the 15 Red Cross teams aiid the various trade committees which can vassed so successfully in the recent Liberty Loan campaign was netted here during the brief business hours of bringing the total contributions of Greater Boston toward the Ked Cross War Fund up to This leaves almost to be raised tomorrow and if the quota assigned to Greater Boston is to be and the ut most efforts on the part of the com bined Liberty Loan and Red Cross organizations will be necessary if so large a sum is to be secured in so short a The reported by the teams yesterday at a noon meeting in Ford added to the corrected total of makes the total secured to date through solicitation of This added to the which has been sent direct to the executive produces the grand total of Besides there is in the hands of the Old Colony Trust whirh acts as treasurer for the WHICH approximately contributed by various but this has not been included m the grand a portion of it has probably fig Cash Kefclsterg Heaths 1C Detective I I Pets 32 tcir Sale 31 Health HeiiortB SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE Tho Globe tills morning prints an other of the worlds literary master Jane Austens Pride Hurt which will be found to be an absorbing The Long Arm of Munnister ig contin and there are notable articles by James Morrow and Frank in addition to a group of mostly by famous and some excellent pendrawings by uuted Page and by Jane Page Lone Arm of Page Washington men told ubout by James Page Texan sulphur bods will help to win the told by Frank Page of Love and Pape at the Crime Pnge and the v i U1U1 fc Page bv Rurs HenrlntiH Heating und llouHCH lp iet iimt Informnt ion Wanted Lentil NitlfiK Live Stoclt Mntshlnrry and Mule Help MeetlngB Mibcellitneouii Money to Music and M union York Ocrun and Plfroi 17 SI SB ii US liO Heal Kstttto ICtutc 2I Ittiil Kutiite BelrlBf rutors j S 27 31 Avlnjf muatlonii W fMHirtlnK Ooods Stonnte Summer suiiiiDfi Home I ioHit uiul Invalid uml I IVttll I inf 81 17 ured already in the reports of the different Contribution Boxes Not Counted No count has been made of the sums collected for tho fund through the SOW contribution boxes in stores and vari ous public BO the true oilicial total of the fund In Greater Boston must actually be slightly larger than the figure sumounced last There Is every to feel ap prehensive concerning tho final total for this district aud the raisine of more than within the next twu work ing days is a task which will demand the most strenuous activity on the part of both Ked Cross teams and the more seasoned Liberty Loan campaign Chairman Robert Herrick cf the Greater Boston Committee the workers at yesterdays meeting to use every effort to collect the em phasizing the fact in spite of cooperation of the Liberty Loan urKan ization and other the real burden of the campaign is still upon the shoulders of the team A large proportion of the in Mr Herricks have not given ao much to the fund as they should have and must therefore be approached again and again American Socialists Line Up Against Belgian Restoration and AlsaceLorraine Topics By HERMAN BERNSTEIN Special Corrpspomlont of UK via June the impression generally pre vails here that the Socialist conference Stockholm will not be dominated by German it already lias be come quite apparent to me that the arrogant attitude of Philip leader of the German majority Socialist and his demands in the name of his followers will result In making a flasco of the conference even from a Socialist This now is apparent to all trained observers of the situation notwith standing the authorization of the Rus French and Italian Gov ernments to Socialists from those coun tries to attend the Tho International Socialist Bureau to day received reports of the American Pleter chairman of the ex ecutive committee of ths International June Dissolu tion of the Council of the Empire ia declared for in a resolution passed today by the PanRussian Congress ol Councils of Deputies of Soldiers and Workmen after prolonged de The elimination of the Duma also is The resolution was proposed by the It is proposed to abolish the Duma by annuling tha mandates of the Deputies and cut ting off the credits voted for the up Coiitlniicil on the j Use the Daily Globes Want and Classified columns to get best Be sure to read the I Want pages Socialist Bureau and of Powers Socialist the Central asked the until they come across with contributions which are considered O opinion of the American Socialists re garding the German Socialist majority Max substituting for Morris replied to Mr Troelstra that the German report was unsatis factory to American Socialists for three The nrst of these he was in the failure of the Germans to speak of autonomy for any Nation other than Russian The sec ond was in the refusal of the Germans to submit tho problem growing out of Alsace Lorraine to a The third objection was in the Gentian op position to the restoration of Belgium at the expense of When I rjuestioned the German dele gates regardingthe question of responsi bility Jor starting the I was in formed in a private conference that he Core this question would be taken up the German socialists will demand that re sponsibility bo fixed for the hindering of peace None of the socialist groups repre sented at the conference excepting those from Germany and have con sidered separata The Government has in structed its agents here no longer to facilitate exiles from Germany In com ing to the conference or to These exiles will not now be admitted new Russian Government is show ing a vigorous determination to hold to the liberties which the Russian people have obtained after centuries of liy NiW York Herald Cum 14 puny nil rlghtH THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Sunday probably oc casional local show somewhat lower temperature Monday generally fair moder ate variable Washington Forecast for Southern New England Probably showers and some what lower tempera ture Sunday Monday For Northern New England Show Theres nothing like it The joy of the outdoors and the fragrance of amuralne nSSSHfy Coffee Its ground when you order it of the grocer all the flavor and goodness retained for you in the bean not wasted in the era Sunday Monday probably Globes Forecast Monday generally fair Tuesday fair moderate The temperature yesterday at Thomp sons Spa a a 70 70 9 7ii ID So 3 p 81 ti p SO 9 p 7S Average temperature 75 71S average one year Temperatures at S San R k1 t SUBSCRIPTIONS RED CROSS WAR FUND May be sent to HENRY HIGGINSON Treasurer OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY Court Street Boston OR THROUGH YOUR LOCAL BANK NEW ENGLAND RED CROSS WAR FUND HEADQUARTERS 706 Ford Bulldtog Haymarket 4560 Stenographer Wanted A position in open for a younjt man M who him to more tlmn a Applicant niunt buvc cimtinuiulrd ary of man tlvtn prr luslieKt unit for IMe K Coiitlnuca on tue Second 0 I   

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