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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - July 13, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts                                the Undid In the Dally this Make sure of ooDV of the Dally Globe by oiuleflhg the paper regu larly from your newsdealer or IVQL is THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBEJULY 1919SEVENTYEIGHT PAGES Make youf 8u trom Globe the store advta In the Daily Be sure to read the want classified advts In READ T1IK SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE Price U Ccntn Dnnton and Vicinity 7 Ccntn IClKcvrhcro In Ncvt LET MIND OWN SAYS CARSON I We Will Brook No He Declares at Belfast R34 BACK ACROSS OCEAN British Dirigible Completes Her Trans Atlantic Round at Early Today IrishAmerican Commissions Visit Encouraged He Asserts Has PRESIDENT RESCUES DAYLIGHT SAVING LAW Vetoes the Agricultural 1 Appropriation Bill House to Take Up Rider Sundry Civil Measure Returned i Special Dlnpatch to the Globe July IBPresident today put his first veto on a measure passed by the Republican Con gress when he rejected the Agricultural Appropriation because of the rider the Daylight Saving At the game time hn returned un Blgned the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill because of the insufficient appropri ation provided and the change of meth ods of administration of the vfcatjonal rehabilitation of wounded The House voted to take up the AsrlI cultural bill Monday and sent the Sundry Civil bill to the Committee on Appro priations with no time fixed for Its con Advocates of tho plan to repeal the Daylight Saving law expressed non flcjonce In their ability to master the twothirds majority to pass Agricultural bill over the Presidents Supporters of the President say cannot be 1 In his defense of the Daylight Saving law the President snya I believe that the repeal of the act to would be of very great in convenience to the and I think that I am justified in saying thftt It something more than an It would Involve A serious economic The President declares that the when it was passed In resulted not July 12 By Tho 12th of July celebrations were car ried out today In Ulster on a large Sir Edward the Irish Unionist speaking at the Orange demon stratf6n at Holy said There Is a campaign going on in America at tho present moment fostered by the Catholic which will soon be joined by tho Germans and their in order to create a great anti British Heaven knows I want good feeling between America and this I believe the whole future of the world probably depends upon the relations be tween the United States of and but I am not going to submit to this kind of a whether for friendship or any other I seriously say to America attend to your own affairs we will at tend to You look after your own questions at home we will look after We will brook no interference In our own affairs by any how ever It is not for that we waged the groat war of Independence which has just been What right had an American mission to come to this here in a breach of hospitality of one Nation to ward attempt to stir up strife In matters In which they were not con nected The encouragement those men gave the Sinn Fein party has created for the British Government far more difficulties than they ever had I believe tha the visit of these men and the encour agement they gave to whlcl is being preached throughout the land has added greatly to the campaign o assassination of innocent policemen who were only doing their duty to their King and country and who were foully mur dered oh the with men looking on who had not the courage to arres the assassins or give such information as would bring them to Sir Edward Carson denounced Sir Horace he was ejected chairman of the Irish Conven tion becausu he was thoroughly hatec and distrusted by both and added tho a nice mesa he madi of LAN TO STRIKE OUT CESSION OF SHANTUNG Republicans Oppose Giving Province to Japan Would Amend Peace TreatyLodge Ready to Make Motion By CHARLES GROVES July 23Counting on ubstantially the entire vote on the Re ubllenn side of the with sup ort from Democratic Senators from the aclflc opponents of that part of he Paris treaty which provides for re unclation of the of Shantung y Germany to Japan believe the sec ion will be stricken This would constitute an amendment o the treaty as distinguished from a like the can be rought about under the it Is by a majority The dls losition of Shantung Is made under art IV of the treaty which deals with German rights and interests outside Senator Lodge said today that if no me else made the motion to amend the reaty by striking out the particular Continued on the Second Continued on Seventh Read the want pages your friends that during the six months ending June the Globe printed more want and classified advts than the sec ond Boston Warren Institution for Savings Incorporated 1820 la centrally located In its new Bank Building 3 PARK STREET nearly opposite Park Sub way Station and midway be tween State Houso and Park Amount of Deposits Surplus Over Uut Three at Rate of Deposits from to nntl If mnde on or be fore JULY 10 begin to draw Interest from Oint BOARD OF Austin OnlTln Sampson William Bacon Charles Gill Arthur Robertson Harry White Benjamin Wild Frank TRUSTEES Jamen Austin Frank Dartlett Thomas Motley Stuart Webb Edwnrd Lawrence Abbot Ooodhue Henfy Thompson Torrey TAXES FOR DRUG DEALERS DIVIDED INTO FIVE CLASSES Accompanying blanks for drug from Collector John of th Internal Revenue letters with instructions showing a graded tax rate of to per annum Imposed unde the Harrison Narcotic now Formerly a lint rate of wn but under the new law the business is divided into five classes Dealers must make their registrations and fill their inventories before July 31 with payment of the tax for period o July to June Read the Used Car Advts On Pages 31 and 32 OJ Todays Globe Several hundred single suit ends of all wool worsted goods to Well Clothes to wear and look well must be tailored You can get them at the Boston Tailoring Waahington Boston WANTED Men and omen itudytnij by tall and winter fr Aud tine work often should earn from IMOO tq llrst year and more second and followingyeimi some preyloui offloo or OUalneni eiparlcnoe required training under of one of tho largint In the coun up of Certlfled Public Aooount Coat anfl Bfflolenoy and Hfmbarii American Inatltuto of Ac A renaonable training oharse U To Interview phone Beach 6410 or present If postlule business and home phone numbtrs all letters A Boom Little otel Arlington Arlington Square and Chandler Telephone Boach 0100 Comfortable and homelike The unmistakable flavor of home An unexcelled hotel Rooms that are cozy BATES One per day rwo to per dny Four per day 2 connecting baths SSO OUTSIDE ROOMS All With private Batlw Special rates to permanent Three min utes to the Theatres Five min utes to the S p ping Will Be Paid for Informa tion given by the Store In Creator Boston which received tin urlca 1 trom the of bonea and trim tor tiu mouth of Mull your is with Mine and to U XwuwU BANK FIXTURES FOR SALE The Exchange Trust will move into new Banking Rooms July They have au thorized me to sell their present fixtures at 21 Milk con sisting Of Mahogany Wira Toilers Check Iron Grille Counter Office PRICES VERY 10W JAMES GLASS 167 Corner Franklin Telephone Fort Hill July 12 By Pul ham airdrome has received a wireless message from the the British transAtlantic saying that she expected to attempt a landing there at about 6 Greenwich mean time 2 oclock Boston Sunday The R34 had passed over at p Greenwich time p Boston The R34 at that time had covered ap proximately 2845 miles in the flight from New After passing the Irish Mnj in command of the did not communicate with the Ministry for Hs last report was that the R34 was crossing Ireland high up In a clear sky with a following Because of adverse weather condi tions in Scotland the R34 was today advised by the Air Ministry to land at The big gale over It was would make it dangerous for the R34 to try to enter her shed at Ijake There Is a dirigible shed at The weather was too unfavorable to day to permit the R33 to go out from Pulham to meet the R34 and escort her to Over tho northeast coast of the R34 was making GO accord ing to the report received She hml kept on the course for East but turned southeast and headed for L FACES Members of Carmens Union Will Meet Tomorrow Night to Take Further Action as Result of Failure to Secure Decision From War Labor Board TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS GAVE MONEY TO MYSTERY MAN Miss Puffer Says McKee Resembled Hazzard Denies Planning to Wed Honey As Trial Opens at Ayer Elevated Lines Boycotted by Public Because of Boost In Fare to 10 Cents ExPatrons of L Crowd the ISteam Marketmen Hard Hit PHRC Strike by 7000 Boston Elevated carmen threatened because of failure of War Board to hand down a Protest growing over increase of fare on Boston Elevated thousands of pa trons desert trolleys for steam Miss Puffer denies giving Hazzard money or planning to marry R34 completes transatlantic round Dirigible lands at early Carson at Belfast celebration says to America You attend to your own busi Republican Senators count on Demo cratic support from the Far West to strike out of the Peace Treaty ces sion of Shantung to President Wilson saves the Daylight Saving law by vetoing Agricultural Ap propriation bill and Representative In agreement with Republican Introduces resolution in Congress for Investigation of Shipping Page American bacon sold to France for use of French civilians la found in un occupied Germany United States officers ask Allies to aid theft One Boston boat held up by Cost of living rose 13 percent from to same month this United States Bureau of Labor atatisticb shows Orangemen of New England observe 229th anniversary of the Battle of the Pagre First Motor Massachusetts State breaks camp at Sherborn More than attend reunion of parlshoners of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross at Mechanics White Company 1400 enjoy their annual outing al Lieut Edward Walsh saved when yacht Rowdle capsizes off North Wey Page Politics and Rev Norman Brighton begins pastor ate at St James Street Christian Church with the object of erecting a big in Page Perley advocates baalp flvocont fare aa a solution to street car Stations on steam railroada in and near Boston where commuters fares are 10 cents or Pace Womens post of the American Legion Page Ouimet wins the State amateur golf championship at Golf scores on Greater Boston Eastern tennis win the West ern Page Kurt Schenderlaln brought to Boa ton from N to face forgery Annual outing of the Gllchrlst Com panya Employes Cooperative Associa tion at Riverside Recreation De Valora enthusiastically received in Page Hundreda claim to have bene fited during the past week by the ministrations of faith healer James Moore Western Massachusetts a conference in pledge sup port to Richard Long for the Demo cratic nomination for John Rockefeller drives 175 miles In automobile and reuohos sons Maine Pnte National Chicago 1 Cincinnati Philadelphia 0 Plttsburg 1 New York 0 St Louis Brooklyn Amnrican LeagueBoston Chicago 4 Detroit New York 6 Philadelphia 3 Sc Louis 1 Washington Cleveland i first Washington Cleveland 3 second Oro Flno breaks the track record al Kramer easily beats Qrenda In blk race at Revore Single does the best mile of the son at North Boston syndicate reported to have j for Miss a twoyear filly Actual Pood Father Johns Medicine builds real deal and new Page Miss Charlotte Boyle wins the special swimming match at N Corinthian Yacht Club hag a lively race off Queen Mab and the Squaw win the Eastern Yacht Club cruising Page Bostons first nearwet Saturday night proves rather House Chairman Volstead says he has not considered allowing a vote on re peal of wartime Camp Devens shuts out Fort Strong in baseball Capt Harry Harris of Brookllne found guilty of stealing army Raymond Ware of Boston weds daugh ter of Prea Schurman of Cornell Unl Port of Boston Alphonae Marlanno shot thrice at Mai den and may Steamship Massllla delays departure from East Boston 30 minutes to allow young woman have her passports Page Talaat and Turkeys war condemned to death by Turkish but have hot een Rev Charles for merly of dies In Marriage Gen Harris says War Department order discontinuing Boston as debarka ion port will stand all troops in France home by Sept Sec on leaving de clares united action of the Nations Is mperative to realize the objects of White becomes the American member f the Allied Council Italy requests the Austrian concessions at ilon of Flume ami Page Edgar Allan Foes transAtlantic bal oon voyage hoax In Sheepraising boom in Page Real estate Page Attractions at the Memorial service at St Pauls Friday for men of 20 Division who died at Chateau Stories of the Peter Bostons new flre Farm and Trade School to have field day for service Pago Though the flask la banished hip pock ets are still Local Celebrities tell what careers they would choose If young Page Health statistics of American troops while being transported to Aviation has already added 200 words to English Pugc Household Page Household Womens patriotic Page Household Hair and Page Drilling New Hampshire women for the Distributing Victory buttons on the Josephine Mario rumored com ing Queen of coming to Bos Among the Page Auto Yachts and Eighth Cavalry has been four years on Texas Page Financial Disabled soldiers Page New England Summer Page Table Page Table News of Hull Summer 1HBl Irelands LieutCol John Alden seventh in descent from John and Prlsclllo Table EDITORIAL FEATURE SECTION How nighthour day can ba applied to Thousands ot women farm laborers in By WILLIAM ROBINSON July declaring that she never gave money to Arthur Garfield her col ored choreman that she never In tended to marry and that it was not Hazzard whom she accom panied to N June 12 for the purpose of getting Miss Mabel Emmeline welltodo white resident of this whose George has In stituted proceedings against the col Continued on the Fourth MISS MABEL Page TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Capt Jean Le Meltour reviews be ginning of last German just one year Will St Swlthlns de cide weather for 40 days thereafter Page Village of Whitlnsvllle a fantastic Comparison of visits of De Valera and Page Anna Howard Shaws life an adven turous school Auto Prohibition put Maines home for drunkards out of Mystic Page One in a by Uncle President and Senate HiMatched Yoke says James George Babbitts Round the Hadlocka Mills and 2 percent What Dr Crane Page Eddie Rlckenbackers stories of aria tors Page Monarchs of the past who were tried for high How to live to the age of 100 John Rockefellers 80th birthday Radio secrets of the late Page Globes gardeners hints to corn rais Edgren says Dempsoys boxing Is a new New Bedford has a cheery House of Hank Gowdys praise for unknown Military and Page Recollections of by Rollln Lynde Victory parade in Paris Senator Hiram Johnson blushes when mentioned as Presidential can SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE Wllkle Collins The Law and the Lady Is the selection from master pieces of the worlds best literature con densed and edited for todays Sunday Magazine by Irving How Gorman chemical secrets were unearthed and made available for use by American manufacturers during the war is told by James New stories this week are Abetted by John by Holman Day A Type of by Harris Deans The Audubon by Claudine Sis son The Arm and Other by Charles Van Loan Pol lys by John Philip and The Blood of An by Leona Anstlne 1aice Law and thu by Wilkle oomloimod and edited by Irving 1nco Morrow tolls how chemical supremacy la key to world by John by Holmun R Ill go Type of by Harris Page by Cry wordti by Qarfleld Kllgour and Sophie Tucker music by 1aKa Arm und Other by Charles Van Iaire Audubon by Claudine Inge MyBterloUH Ways of Wang by Sidney liy John Philip 1iige 14 Blood of an by Leonu Anatlno Page Puge Paris COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Ilipre and by Bud Fttgo Cuntaln and the by i 1iute Qlouos drawing claea nd Sunday Requested aontrn and on the Bright Bide ot the Boy Scare Ex Bowsers 1 And Her WM by INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMEHTS Classification Page 15 Auction Auctn 15 Autos lillllardaaud Buulnuas Board and Cash IJotectlve Farm and For For 21 82 15 Hotels Houses Information Legal Lire Male 40 miscellaneous Olagsiilcatlon Money to 18 Mslcl Ocean Srmsblp Patents Heal 84 38 Est Heal Eut or 38 38 Dewing 32 Sits 21 Snorting Storage 88 Summer Sum Toilet Tours and Wall Wanted 15 HAVE WAITED THREE WEEKS FOR DECISION The Boston Elevated Railway Company is now facing a threatened strike of its more than 7000 union street in addition to its troubles with the boycott of its cars because of the 10cent A special meeting of the big local of Boston Carmens Union will be held tomorrow night at 8 oclock in Tre mont at which the men will be called upon to vote upon the action to be taken to enforce their demands for increased wages and a shorter This decision has been made by the wage conference committee ant international officers of the Amal gamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Employes of Amer ica because of their inability to get the National War Labor Board to hand down a decision in the Boston which has been in the hands of the board for about three PLAN INVESTIGATION OF SHIPPING BOARD Resolution Introduced in House by Walsh Will Be Special Order After Prohibition Enforcement Bill By CHARLES GROVES July 12Representa tive Walsh of in agree ment with Republican Intro duced In the House today a which was referred to the Rules Com providing for the appointment by the Speaker of a special committee of five to inquire into the operations of the United States Shipping Board and the States Emergency Fleet or any branch or subsidiary of The proposed inquiry shall Include an investigation of ex receipts and any and all transactions of the Shipping the Emergency Fleet Corporation and any other individuals or agency in any way associated with or controlled or regulated by the board or fleet The committee is to have authority to send for persons and to hold hearings at any place It sees fit and to report the result of Its inquiry with such recommendations as it may deem The Rules Committee will be asked to make the resolution a special or der of business after the prohibition enforcement legislation la disposed Chairman Campbell said the committee would hold hearings Mens Unrest Acute By calling the meeting the commit tee hopes to be able to allay dissatis faction and unrest that Is dally be coming more acute because of the delay over the wage demands and the new situation that has arisen over the which has resulted Contluncil on tlie Seventh THOUSANDS QUIT L FOR STEAM ROADS Indignation against the increase to cents pf the fare on the Boston ilevated was greater yesterday than on even Thursday and Com plaints were louder and more unani Thousands of former patrons of the road continued to crowd the steam trains so that many additional cars were Three extra trains were added to the passenger service over the Boston three additional with all the extra cars that could be were put into service on lines of the New Haven Road most affected by the increased Thousands of extra commuters were carried from both North and South while train dispatch ers and ticket sellers worked over time to handle the rush Ball Games Help L Many used Continued on I be Seventh Use the Olooes Real Estate columns to sell or rent Real Es During the month of June the Globe printed 6832 more Real Estate advts than the second Bos ton Your search for complete coffee satisfaction will continue until you have tried La 55c a Quimby Chicago Dont accept coffee as Touraine unless Wt in the La Tovraine tan 1 La Touraine Tea la Just OB attractive to all laven of Auk your THE WEATHER RAIN Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Sunday probably caslonal local era Monday fair moderate tempera ture moderate south and southwest Washington Forecast for New England and Eastern New York Showers Sunday Monday fair moderate Globes Monday and probably Tuesday seasonable tempera tures moderate mostly south The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 0 u 69 3 a 71 13 3 p 80 G p SO 72 12 Average temperature yes 701784 one yelir 87 Temperatures at 8 Last San 5S no St 94 72 61 70 New 70 Washing SummerTuxedo and Flannel Trousers will form an essential part of your Summer The prestige of our Tux edo is pretty well known and we are quite as exact in the white or striped Flannel Trousers to accompany Scott or or ReadytoWear 340 Washington Boston FRECKLES Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots There no longer the nllglitcvat nrocl of feel Ing iiHliiiiuert of jcur Otlilne iloublo xtrcnilth U guurnulecd to touiove houie ly Rlinply got un otinoo of Othlne frnni your iinil npply n lit tlu of It nltfht und morning you Hlibuld noon time ovwi tlw worst fruoUlcH liuvo tu wMlu tlui ItulUor umri IIAVC vuiiUliw It In wlilum tliai uinru Hum one In ucvdid to cleur thu Hklu and guln u bountiful lie tiura to itHk for double 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