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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - May 2, 1920, Boston, Massachusetts                                Read the Real Estate advts in todays Globe to get the best re See that your want and classified advts appear in the Daily Globe this Read Uiicle Dudley fflje be sore to teafl storeyadvts in todays and ifll Globe this Tell yf about the Globt Household thehousehold pages every VOLXCVII 123 Entered soonncl cms nmttor nt under tilt act ot March THE BOSTON SltNDAY GLOBEMAY 192072 PAGES AND MAflA 2INK AND COLOR SUCTIONS BY THE NKWgiAriEU fl Boston UttI Elsewhere tfn MARS MAYDAY i Troops Wait in Yain For Red Demonstrations Harvard Banners Create Flurry Horseshoe Scares Blanton PRINCETON VARSITY CREW SNATCHES RACE FROM HARVARD AT FINISH LINE BOSTON AS QUIET ASANYOTHERDAY Many People but No Other Harm Similar Reports Come From Other Parts of New England to the Globe May capi according to the tip of tha Department of was tohave been the scene of the slaughter of high passed through May Day without Atty Gen Palmer hail no use for the four bodyguards who accom panied Members of Congress and officers of the whc had fearfully awaited the day after the warning by the Attorney found that either advance publicity had dulled tho enthusiasm of the or that no real plot actually ex Pennsylvania Trails All the Cubs Also Win by Final Junior Eight Takes Lead and Holds It to the End PKINCETON WINNING THE VARSITY THE ORDER OP LEFT TO OF least the casual y May Day passed off despite all the warn ings and hysteria of the day Not in a long time has any such ce Headquarters elaborate program of preparations a only strike reported Veen carried out in city to repel Ito the Department of Labor wan that what was apparently expected to a series of uprisings and riots that would make the episode of a year ugo fade into Every member of tho police force of Boston was kept on duty all Machine guns were at every nolice station and riot guns and rifles were Each policeman was supplied with extra The State while not Public ly for Service at the armories Officials maintained that tha during the Was such Condi1 extreme which was un tlou that a very short tlme would have been needed to have the troops out th and the Mayor were carefully as were olher and public and tiri Justice officials today were with out reports of violence to life or property in any part of the The clay made the oc casion for the spread of propaganda by radical Palmer Heavily Guarded Mr Palmer spent most of the day at his Gunrtls waited outside the door and followed him when ho went Other Government officials were PUDIIO puuuii f vate buildings were specially guarded CityilrStirtei and Federal of ficials ware on qut But nothing It was one of the quietest and niost orderly Mav Days in the history of the Frightened It became evident yesterday afternoon and that tho rumors of expected trouble had badly friglu in th Qf Contlntiod on the Second Read the Used Car Advts Qn Pages and 32 Of Todays Globe had dampened the ardor of the anar Members of the Washington police force on duty near the various lega tions and homes of Cabinet members had instructions to pay these places more than ordinary No ape cial detail of detectives were Despite fact that there were no reports of attempted assassinations of the public officials marked by the radi It was said tonight that the Gov ernment intended to maintain its guard over persons threatened for some Sec Wilson did not hand down his de cision on the application of the deporta tlon laws to the Communist labor according to information re Continued on the Second Thousands See Thrilling Struggle on Charles Big Contest Decided by a Matter of Only a Few Feet SUMMARY OF THE RACES Varsity by Har vard University of Pennsyl vania 9m Second Varsity by Princeton 10m Freshman by Harvard 10m By EUGENE BUCKLEY Princeton won the feature event for varsity crews in the triangular regatta on the Charles River yester day beattjttjj by slightly less than of a University of Pennsyl MAN SEEN SKULKING NEAR OTTERSON HOME IN 26INNING Til i Gate and Deschger Go Entt Route in Record Game vania had open water between its prow and the rudder ot the Harvard Harvard in the dual race for junior eights won from Princeton by a margin of slightly more half a while Princeton won the Freshman race from Harvard By nearly twothirds of a In all three races Princetons strategy was to hold the Crimson crew as closely as possible and de pend on a killing burst of speed In the last which snatched both the freshman and varsity races out Continued on ithc Nineteenth By LAWRENCE N Loynes the State of New Hampshire designates as Wini fred Mary Otterson anH charges with the murder of Maurice spent a comparatively restful day in the Merrimao County Superior Court She had heard the State present the last of its testi and had heard her own senior Maj Robert de clare her to be innocent the crime charged against Her drawn tense during the closing moments of the examination of the States and Slowly softened into a confident smile as she to her The Prosecutions Case Since the trial opened on Monday she has constantly had drilled Into her ears the charge that she never mentioned to the officers the presence of the revolver which her brought to light from a bureau drawerin their own sleeping1 I During1 every hour of thetaking Government testimony stress had been laid on the fact that the murder the State was found five loaded cartridges and one empty and that the weapon of burnt pow It was her husband who first called attention to the within two hours of the slaying of that the gun had beenVecently Continued on tlio Tituth Counsel Reveals Chief Point Otterson to Take the Stand By JOHN HALL All AN May 1 They came like the Oxford University four relay team of six years the VcpresentatiVQS of Englands two greatest institutions of Ox ford flnd conquered in international collegiate twomile of the United Franklin Field this after The Britishers a better brand of running even than thotvvon derful team of outstepping and actually outrunnlngthe best combi nation of foui1 meit that Americas colleges could present in the feature event of the annual Pennsylvania relay Arid in doing so the quartet of for eigners broke all existing records for twomile relay racing by running in tlie marvelous time of 7m 50 erasing from the record books the Continued on the Nineteenth YOUR CHECK I Account here draws Interest if It averages or more I Capita and TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Paste National Boston Brooklyn 1 26 breaking record for lonff est major league Called on ac count of Cincinnati Pitts burg 1 St Louis Chicago 4 Phila delphia New York wins varsity and freshman races on Charles Harvard takes second crew Man who skulked behind auto chief point in defense Mrs btterson to Assassinations fail to develop Capi tal except for Red Harvard mens TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Patce Federal Reserve Society gives Polish troops roach outskirts of capital of and Russian com mand retreats to page Mrs William Butlers 82d annual May House Ways and Means Committee called to meet this week to lemodel Soldiers Relief Announcement Is made that Harvard Liberal Club has been refused member ship in Associated Harvard Clubs Pros TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS American Boston 0 Philadelphia Washington 4 Cleva land Detroit 3 Chicago St Louis Boston College High wins the school track meet at the Tufts tennis team defeats Springfield College in all Cun yucht launched at R Cambridge Latin continues its win ning stride in the shutting out Maiden PUKC Harvard defeats Cornellin 12 Innings TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS East shoe Brookflplrt Brocktons 73yenroia operative Painting of Cardinal OConnell for Catholic Womens Diocesan 1ilgus SI and cstnto Pnge eooloty Jerseys woman Vugen S3 anil 1iiife Lanlrier on najrlectod hus Farrlngtons home tfar deh VJollnr Suit beginning of nerlal ilory by cup for Gloucester flah TQDAYS GLOBE CONTENTS by Unolo Charles lone on America In European conferences Babbitts Rouml the Town saving at Kudlocks What Dr Crane Puifc lious Inff Blblo a boet Ittgo tho of METROE 1TAN LINE YORK Cape Cod Cdftal learners Leave India Wharf bally at 6 wAA ttofcetfi HlMeroomB at Wharf VASHINOTON STREET Fort Hill 4300 or 4823 OxfordCambridge team wins twomile Everts calls reasons assigned false and Solalors 1 to 6 other college relay at Penn carnival in record time baseball Tufts overwhelms 25 to in home game Yale winner over Dartmouth despite latters good Larjre flelds out at Boston golf Prod the Wollaston open golf Montclalr Gun Club beats the Everett Gun Club in team Vnge Jimmy British flyweight cham knocks out Bobby Dyson of New Bedford In 2m Boston Hovers beat the Trlmos In league soccer ltd AllAmerica soccer team selected to go to Vnige Carranza refuses to take advicd of his Generals to resign Presidency as a means to eliminate danger of Interven tion by tho United Mrs William Barton French retains counsel in marital fuse Industry In Aged Mons Stroot Syna gogue buaiir and Outsof an by Mosolay Pagn i Qfftyo Partitions birch in sectlonB In stock for lumiedlntu ile Prlios very Interlok Low lluillngn Jrbn Wire Window Guards JAMES GLASS 187 Corner Franklin JTelSlphone Fort1 B7PB of 7m 50 May Day In Boston one of the quietest city ever Page Released hunger strikers accuse keep ers of heating them for throwing food put cells at Wormwood Scrubbs Federal Investigator Klley says high sugar prices are not due to shortage but jobbers selling to panicky manufac i Two many In Paris May Day disorders general strike not Puise Frank Munser predicts 5 or10cent dally papers as result 61 newsprint Penroses pralsa of Knox revives pre diction ticket will be Knox and John Hoover and Johnson close behind Wood In Literary Digest Marriage Pago The Atlantic with See Daniels and Admirals Ooontz and Wilson on the bridge of the arrives In New York Time limit expires on 1919 taxes on real News of the water Page 1 Turkish delegates expected In Paris the middle of the week to receive peace treaty resistance to loss of Thrace and Smyrna Is SINESS LOW amous Chinese Restaurant Harrison GOT SPRING FEVER a but Just Tired Body to Repair Winters Damage Tired body cells should not be whipped Into temporary activity by but truly nourished with the In Father Johns which helps nature to repair and rebuild tissue with out using drugs AUTti OR LAUNCH EXCHANGE TTT pre Dealra used late moflol sedan or gpod or mqre at tftlr cash for excellent Qulncy Atlantic Ipta raid In Drive for for Home Cor Italian Jhildre nopened with auto Paste African Zlon uehomlnatlon first to reach Interchurch Fund goal quota exceeded 41 Boston church eads drive to be continued several Drs Judd ana Strayer explain Smlth Towner bill to Harvard Teachers As Canadian Railway Commission seeks o have order that shipments from American points be prepaid Three thousand hear concert Tjy Har vard Glee Methodist quadrennial conference that both Democratic and Kepubllcan platforms declare for obedience to and enforcement ot Page Starboard Watch Clubs May Day fes tival at the Navy Two women Injured In collision of mo tor truck and passenger automobile In Back Anthracite miners wage scale still In MayorAshley asked to aid In averting strike pf cotton mill operatives at Netw Summons for Mary Flckford In court suit to set aside divorce Moon eclipse occurs tonight planet will be copper colored from to Pittsburgh B population announced an Increase of Chicago Opera Company has lost In 10 Winchester woman commits Pake Taunton searchers hunt for Eklund over five square New York rent strikes and evictions prevented by courts Milton may pay to aid Eastern Massachusetts Street Railway Cora SECOND NEWS SECTION Jail nor Vown hall for avla Military and and Yuuhtu 1nire Oti and depart Iliffu of ohesa society Pugo IB woman station Whltlnnvllles 70yearold Vuge 00 at tlje about Iuife and 1HKe and commercial 1agea 70 nnd Now for Cam Ijridffo library for tho Strand a bargain I EDITORIAL FEATURE SECTION Iage Senecas iceberg hunt Miss Mary InRu Wellesloy College girls at farm Admiral Sims own look once settled political Iage Pinna for truck tour throughNew Ens beginning May Page mobile Page Mystic Pave tips on Women secretaries ot members of Con It Shall It Bo7 SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE Our a complete Btory Illustrative of lifo in the railway by Frank is of this weeks Sunday Globe Morrow tells what for the next Every Head Leads to You Is the name of a now IaBO by Frank Iugo Fickle by Puge Bird Uausa by Walter Irlohnrd Iuge Bowsers Illjfts Tho itally of Billy by Holmun Arnold Every iload Loads Me Back to Page byllobert Amos Inco Secret of Tho by Beatrice Page word labor in coming political Pnga Selected Paitu T INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Sea Langtry notifies Atty Gen Allen of alleged Illegal aot of Webster police chief In arresting carrying ffcVf ana Auction 40 sl Autos 88 and Board Cuth 50 88 2U Death Hk 40 Deteotlve 00 BO CIA8SIFICATION PAOB For 00 Heating and Cooking I 60 KoteU Houses to Information Legal Uie 60 Help Wimted 59 to Motor Beat Real Estate for Itenl Birtate Refrigerators Sewlnir 51 BO Site Wanted Bits Sportlne Oooda 47 Summer Summer fnvalla Latest COLOR AND COMIC SECTION Page and by Hud Page tho Boy and Page bodys quested songs ana drawing class and Sunday In by on the Bright Bldo of Puge Captain and tho by JOE Each Earns a Run Then Co 20 Scoreless Frames NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS j Brooklyn 1 uiiicinimtl Vittsbir 1 20 ilnrliiioflH Louis OMcaW Ihlla York2 StandlngTf the Clubs Games Today bt Chlenso IittsbuvB it Cincinnati ONUY 4000 FANS ON HAND FOR RECORDBREAKING GAME By JAMES OLEARY Twentysix innings and the score 1 to when the game called OH acCount of Baseball history wasbjolag made at Braves Field yesterday when com paratively few believed itwould possible even to let alone to 1 even an ordinary A new worlds record In major league base ball was the longest previous record having been played in Boston by the Phila delphia teams of the Sept tout that one went only 24 Joe Oesohger the Braves and Leon Cadore of the Robins pitched the full 26 and undoubtedly established a which will stand as long as they It was one of the greatest games ever but on account of the threatening weather only about 4000 of the faithful turned out to see the Game Is a Thriller It goes without saying that every one of 4000 remained to the They saw most wonderful pitchr Ing stunt ever and some classy playing in thrilling such as one sees only a life Brooklyn scored a run in the fifth inning which was legiti Boston scored one manu factured on the same lines in the Then for 20 innings Oeschger and supported by air tight the part of their team fought it It was a battleof fought SPORTING HISTORY MADE ON MAY DAI THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Sunday fair Monday increas ing cloudiness mod erate northwest becoming Washington Forecast for Southern New England Fair Bun day Monday InoreuH Ina For Northern New Eng land Fair Sunday and Globes Increasing probably followed by show ers during the night or on Tuesday warmer Monday night and Tuesday variable becoming The Temperature Yesterday Thomp sons a 50 6 48 9 u 49 12 S3 3 P 5X Op p 52 18 Averaga SI TaDiperatureo 8 Last Braves and Brooklyn game to 1 to atBraVi crews defeat Harvard on fie but Harvard second crew NavyUnion Club Annapolis canceled because of OxfordCambridge team win twomile championship of ll beating seven America college teams and setting new wotldi record of 7m r Jimmy British flyweii knocks out Bobby of New Bedford in first round all until both were practically exhaust but neither giving a sign of ting There was glory for and after the 24th In it really have been a pity either one to have The Boston something on his opponent so far hitting but when it came pinch Cadore as nhould be no effort to great work of the yisiUng Tbo crowd was eminently fa After the game had passed the each was impartially cbe when leaving the box or coming Breaks Favor Visitors It would not be unfair to hojjjjl that Cadore got a shade in Three times he batted hits through sheer luok wht have been lor a The Bf also sot break or one eapecti comlns in the 17th when visitors had the bases full with one am the Braves pulled luoky play which prevented The visitors also had some luc getting out of boles In the ninth 15th when It aeemed Continued on Page Advertise your wants in 1 Dally Globe to get the moat isfactory the and advts in torfaj anil in the Dally this tee TOMORROW Tuesday and Wednesda DEPOSITS MADE ON THESE DAYS DRAW INTEREST FROM MAY 5TH 18 THE RATE OP INTEREST ON NEXT DIV1DI Start a Savings Aci PERSON OB CosmopolitanTrust C   

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