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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - January 11, 1920, Boston, Massachusetts                                dertlao In your wants In the Dally CMobe this week to get the best Order the Dally Globe regularly from your VOL XCVII 11 Entered as second class matter under tbo net of MarcU PERSHING DENIES WASTE OF LIVES f Last Minute Fighting Due to Ippeal by Marshal Answers Armistice Day Charges by Capt Livermore of Winchester THE BOSTON 8TTNPAY GLOBEJANUARY 1920EIGHTYTWO Globes Household Read the Dallj this u PAST LIFE A BLANK DOESNT KNOW SON i 1 in DrJohnLBrand Missing For Three Years BERGER DENIED HOUSE SEAT AGAJNJ28 TO 6 Dallinger Deqlares H6 Is Wisconsin Socialist Denominated HalfHour After Exclusion Jan Bor Milwaukee reelected from the Fifth WisconsinCongressional Dis after he had been refused mem bership in the House because gave aid and comfort to the was denied his seat again today by a vote of 328 to The House acted in a little njore than an hour after Berger presented to be sworn Chairman of the Elections which held Berger Ineligible the first presented a resolution him and reviewed the reasons why he was excluded at tho special ses Representatives Repub Wis and Ohio supported Bergers right to a Chairman Dallinger said Berger was excludedthe flrst not because of MB socalled radical not because Continued on Second Read the Used Car Advts Pages Of Todays Globe Jan 10Charges made aHouse war investigation qomr mttteo that Jives of American soldiers were wasted in needless attacks on Armistice Day are denied in a letter from Gen persWngr made public today by Representative Republican of The letter JB dated Nov andis in reply to charge contained in a letter to Mr Fuller from Capt Qeorge formerly operations officer of the 167th Field Artillery Brigade of the 92d negro Mr Fuller explained that he made the letter public in view of statements recently made before the irivestisatlntf committee hy Erin Gen commanding the artillery of the 92d follows I had no knowledge before Nov that the armistice had been signed and that firing was to cease at 1 a Nov The effective at 11 a Nov was not signed until Nov icnce the information which Capt Liver nore states he received about midnight f Nov 10 was only a although that rumor proved to bo correct False Rumors Prevalent For several days prior to Nov 11 false rumors of the signing of an armistice were prevalent in the You may recall that at leastone of these rumors reached the United and that Nov I was made a O Hotton n 7 Cents Qlacwheyn In JT TREATY COMPROMISE NEAR PEACE PROCLAIMED IN PAR Republicans Accept Part of Democratic Offer With Lodges Democrats For Reservations Despite Wilson Identity of Man Who Gave Revealed DR JOHN Learned amnesia victim photographed yesterday just before his dramatic identification by his j IT J11UUH tl day of celebration on accouWof a false AH armies took steps to correct these lumors and at p the fol from Marshal Poch The disorganized by our re pedtod is withdrawing along the whole It is important to maintain and hasten our I ap to tho energy and initiative of the Amnesia Victim in New Jersey Farmer Worcester Organist SAW m HAVING 4 HUSBANDS mysterious amnesia victim careVfor by a minister in N and known as Professor was identified today as Dr John 64 years formerly of Boston and Bother With Divorce LJIU iiittiative Oi the OA commanderslnchlef and their amiea WflW York Woman Biflnt w of to secure decisive i VV UXIldll JJ1UU I j who disappeared in His Lieut Commander Charles in charge of construction NEW Jan 10Protesting that at the M v o she did not know it was illegal tcf have Navy more than one husband at a Mrs walKea the front parlor as Pro Edna 23years of was arfessor X was posing for his photo raigned in Brooklyn today on the charge of having had four in the last Tall ofnot seven admittedthat alj of L erect and dressed in them were alive arid that she never m of aNavy Commander troubled herself to get a divorce from Brand threw open and stood any of jolin Who owns for a The littlfl srn a freight was the last and she i BIU newspapermen photographers and AH of the Allied commanders re ceived similar telegrams from Marshal I Neither British nor French head ordered firing to cease prior to the going into effect of the armistice that at 11 a m Nov and ingeneral firing by all the Allies and by the ene my continued on the whole from Switzerland to the until that hour In firing died away prior to II a m and In a few places firing con tinued until after that 92d Notffled at A M Last Knotty Problems Can Be Solve Declare Senate Negotiators Germany Will Pay to theUtmoi Of Her Says Lersn Regrets Absence of Hopes Allies Will Ni Push Demand For Extradition and Trial PART OF COMPROMISE ON TREATY ACCEPTED GEORGE Arlington and Tremont Arlington Boston Not merely a place to but a real win ter home is offered you at the Our rooms are sunny and attractive our rates are moderate our loca tion a shortwalk to the theatre and shopping Your inspection is ear nestly A first class patronage only is solicited and The 82d astride tho Moselle attacked at 7 a m Nov 10 and at B a m Nov 11 advanced a she loved him best of never thought Id see any of my I husbands again the young woman told the and did not think it 1920 CHRISTMAS CLUB It Is Not Too Late to Join DO WEEK 1920 Club Has Already Doubled Membership of 1919 Largest Savings In New Exchange Trust KESODRCBS OVER Continued on the Second THE WEATHER FAIR Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Sunday fair and somewhat warmer Monday moderate southwest Washington Forecast for Southern New Eng land Fair and slightly warmer Sunday Mon day Etor North ern New England In creasing cloudiness and warmer Sunday Monday Globes Monday and probably Tuesday moderate tempera light southwest to west The temperature yesterday at Thoim aons Spa 3 a 22 6 a Jl 9 a 24 i ioaa cuui tutu um iiuiui it short but I was against the law to marry so many j Im sorry if I have broken the Mrs Leslie was held in bail on a I charge of doctors turned toward He took few halting steps Into the and with Quivering voice and trem bling said Continued on tuc Second Alumni Cheer Announcement Jubilee Dinner at f Office Partitions I I made In auctions In stock fur imniftUnte de Trices very Interior Xow Iron Wire Window i JAMES GLASS 107 Curlier Frunklln Telephone Fort Hill MwaehiiMtte Car Owntra Want to know about your up to you to Inform DO NOT IGNORE THEM Many a food sale bu been made by your because YOU didnt TRYto make Get our Hit ot cor by cities and let them know youre on the belt mailing list For prices addren the publishers AUTO 1IST PUBLISHING Pearl fRIMOUNT COOyERATIVE BANK ItBJst Nine Plvldenda Vor we bare Quarterly 12 29 3 p 32 6 p 32 8 p m 26 12 Average temperature Average temperature one year Temperatures at 8 Last NightSan 56 18 St 32 28 24 22 18 New 28 Washing Precipitation in 24 hours to S p TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Republicans agree to of Demo cratic treaty compromise program and propose other with Lodges assent 40 Democrats for reservations President Peace Treaty is officially put into ef fect after ratification exchange at Paris United States not Dr John former missing since by son in New but cannot recall past Announcement made that Techs mys terious Mr Smith IK George Gen Pershingdenies needless waste make your purchases Globe Read tho store advts in todays and in the Daily Globe this Ever have a shoe lace come UNTIED There Is a lace tJiat wont not outwears by months ordinanr laces and never looks sbabbv of life on Armistice Day in letter re plying to charges of Capt Victor Berger denied seat In House again by vote of 328 to G renominated again by Wisconsin Young New York woman saw no harm In having four husbands at one Italian report of sinking of liner by with loss of 700 Page House committee agrees to recom mended increases in Navy Vatican says only 120 priests pro claimed independent Catholic Church In Raise in shipping rate expected to boost price of soft Harvard Endowment fund reaches TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Conferences on prosecutions of wood alcohol whisky cases to be continued Intimated New York prisoners will be tried Woburn house is set afire in State and city joint commission files report recommending teaming tunnel Port of Boston Celebrate golden jubilee of Standard MUt TIME roil LACES TKtn THlt W MATCIUAL Some dealers ace offering an interior laee for Coidoflyde ExKaiser will be summoned tried even If absent and sentence wil be given may prove him a crimina says Manchester Japan and China are negotiating restoration of according to Toklo Report ExAtty Gen Pillsbury may ac an counsel for Soviet Ambassador Mar Page t Allegations of waste and slhelr fight In building Muscle Shoals Air Nitrate plant are made before House Committee investigating War Department expendi Morse charges Harkins of Franklin Park Zoo with shooting Bel gian police Politics and Page Senator Lusk New York As sembly In excluding LEAD Colds That Hang On Are Dangerous Colds that liang on are but if yon tafee Fathw Modiel It v Oil Bryan commends Senator Walshs platform Henry Frazier Indicted for the flrst degree murder of Charles Loans aggregating pro posed by Sec Glass for relief of PHRC passes Sedition Maiden found dead and sup posed to be had Marriafie Bryan declares he differs with Wilson only in but that he takes no or ders from the Boston telephone operators reject promise offer of the Date of Harvards big football dinner announced for Feb Vage West End Council scores another vic tory in the BusketBall League other Techs Mysterious Mr donor of to the institute during the past eight years and whose latest contribution of 000 has sent the Tech Alumni En dowment Fund of over the top six months inside of its is George Eastman of N head of the Eastman Kodak The disclosure Mr Smiths identity was made at last night as the finale of the great jubilee dinner in celebration of the comple tion of the for which event Continued on the Sixth PEACE IS RATIFIED WITHOUT AMERiCI Jan 10 By fications of the treaty of were exchanged and peace Great ft the other Allied and Assort with the of f United became oclock this The outstanding comment totti is that It leaves tlie United the only Power which was ac at wary with Germany not That was sounded by Baron Kurt von Le head of the German peace deleg a statement to the ArisocSaf Press immediately after the tions of Article 10 and equality of monv I am naturally happy that pe has finally become von Lersner My great reg Jan to break the Senate Peace Treaty dead lock and keep the treaty out of the political campaign were advanced a step today when Republican Senators advocating ratification drew up a counter proposal to the set of com reservations submitted to them early in the week by a group of The Republican to which its sponsors said Senator Lodge of the party had tentative was under stood to deal only with some of the collateral leaving to future negotiation the troublesome ques voting power in the League of Na Some of the Democratic sugges tions were said have been ac including a change in the Re publican reservation program of last session so that the Senate qualiflca Contliiued on tUe Seventh DISASTER POSTING 700 LIVES DOUBTED Jail Exchange Tele graph dispatch from Genoa today says lie Italian steamer Prlncipessa Mafalda s reported to have struck a mine and sunk with the loss of 700 The owners of the steamer have no confirma tion of this and it is discredited by Lloyds Shipping Agency The Princlpessa Mafalda has not been reported since she loft Buenos Aires on Dec 31 for the She is not due to pass Gibraltar for several days is that the United States is tho or Cotillnnaa on the Seventh Xi Consumers Only SUGA1 TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS campaign TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS girls autocd across tho great shoemons conven tion this of Youngest woman Mont gomerys Song Without a Page to Barleycorn Jan Faiee Our Dead by Uncle many la still ruled by a man of says Warren Babbitts Round the Mills do Dr Crano Faec miral tells of camouflaging to beat of Olympic games at Antwerp next birth Jan Page Lardncrs for YD clubhouse Presidential Brookes estimate of Theatre CO Qulncy Boy Scout starts with gift of Interchurch which is to raise for evangelization of plans to spend in adver Following acquittal of Rev Kent on charges of Rhode Island in letter to President Wil attack Navy Department for main taining a vice New York dentist found brutally mur dered in his Drive foi on this TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS and Sunday in by on tho Bright Side of Pasre Captain and tho by INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CluHslllctttlon PnReiliiKsKloatlon Pagu etc118 Mule Help S8 OJ 21 Clark and SIblcy high scratch guns at the Signs of due to Fore River soccer teams changes in officers per Kearns and M Descamps apparently at odds as to alto for the Dempsey Carpentier Georges Carpeiuler knocks out Blink starting second round of i t I SECOND NEWS SECTION Face Mathewson on um pairs of twins in one Iaffe lobetormen at symphony concert poutaco Fagre tractions at the Iajte Stories of Ihc and musicians and Fuse cup defender rihawi sheen Village States pays Auction Auctn 82 Bull Milliards mill 11 Buss 80 Hourd n ml Cash yeurs SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE Another of Charles Van Loans 8 DO Meeting 31 Money to Lou n M etc 82 l ie Death Furm and Female Occnn Stuauip Ill ton I H 1 Ill etc 2JJ Irnpoeala SO Heal 20 Ken Eat for Ullll Eut Mtg Kefrlgerntors has the lead In todays Sun story of of Hen HoroesrCurKx shaw by Hoi man Oilier new stories are The Captain of tho by Bonnet Copplestone On the Heart and the by Ralph The Ridin Kid from Powler 30 CollCKCB 24 college basketball winner over Harvard In hockey Hoppe beats Peterson in billiards at Pnsrc a month for cat I Lawrence River Page a frontier tale by Henry Her Automobllo and bert and Thornley Among the Face Reader of by Clinton bile Charitable Irish Ladles Joshua new Night Secretary of Commerce tells through Local Page of Morrow the need of an adequate has made chalra 100 merchant Puite j i i Stories of A and with Socretary of OSHousehold departI yage Activities of Pace Ben Proposed Fall River monument to fallen heroes New YD song Womens patriotic Page bar ar by Ralph room building at of war on Luoh o n Reds opens lull Saturday Ina seats In either house of Congress for Cabinet Sec Baker advocates radical changes in opens nun oaiuras administration of including outs of by Motseley Rnnfn in n jori page Letters of a Simple l by Ed Page loan fashions like says Mme Mae ninnr floiif i r fate Face Bitter fight expected In Legislaturescommercial newBReport of City Ver prohibition enforcement 01 and Woburn of to Blve gossip Pace ftow Bboe worker 75 Po Ice Commissioner Curtis in general duty for ntifht net 6 Crostword pus 7 On the Heart by Ralph the by Harold MucGrath Keep Your Feet AMov by Russell Paffe 10 Tho Rldln Kid From Powder by Henry Herbert Page IS Thornlcy Col Blind Reader of by Clinton Faire 10 Selected Brlo Page Latent COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Mutt and by Bud KltH aoa Danny Billy Wanted ijtrjiut 14 Live 22 Mall Order 80 Sit Fern IB Sit IB SiwrtliiK OoodB 88 Storage 14 20 Summer Invld H TOUIH nud IB make no prediction whether Sugar be or lower orscarce ful and offer no January onr we quote Re lined Granulated pound lot per order at 16 per in or 17c per in Bostotf cash with your order lta one 25 lot per customerr3r money refunded on ary 4th If your order Is un filled by Our regular dharge custome may have Sugar charged their account as If will please state the store which they Please orti by All mall orders be received and recorded Gilbert Place B and filled in perfect tion as our allotment of S is delivered to our ware from the are cleaning up in 2 lots to our regular fa Old Crop Cane lated at lie per or Granulated at 14c per Cobb9 Bates Yerxa cn 22 Tyijewrlter Wall Iapc Wanted 88 Winter IlesorlH IB 14 CLERGYMEN AMONG DUPES OF WIDOW NEW Jan lOrMrs May Jen nines a 32 years was held In Tombs Prison fol lowingher arraignment on four charges of grand larceny as the result of a get rich quick She blames the psychic divine influence of a New York Bennett the police that she induced several In cluding prominent to lend her large sums of Sho pretend ed that she had leases on a large num ber of furnished houses and was going to establish a chain of family She eaid she IB vice president of the Womens Foreign Missionary Society of Balls and Bangui FOR HIRE New Tuxedo Suits For Banquetg New Full Drcsss Suits For nifc Pancat IT PAYS TO HIRE READ WHITg SUMMER 111 WIUDEY SAVlNi   

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