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4 To sell new or used automobiles, advertise in the Globe. Order your advts for next Sunday's Globe today. Read the automobile advts in next Sunday's Globe. t I VOL LXXXIX--NO. 84 11 i'. 1i.L' 7-vEf:NEINai See that your Business Chances, Real Estate and Used Car adots appear in next Sunday's Globe. Help us out by ordering your adrts for next Sunday's and the Daily Globe next week today. r Twice as Many Seats as There Are Could Be Sold by Promoters More Than 1000 Women Will See Jess Willard and Moran in Battle fly LA tVIIENCE J. SWEENEY. NEW YOLK. March 24On the eve of the rivet heavyweight championship fight field in New York since Jim Jeffries hended Jim Corbett him quietum at Coney Inland, nearly 16 years ago, the whole city IS fight crazed. Little but the match between Jemo Willard and Frank Moran It. being discussed at the hotelte the ankle the cafes, the subways and railroad terminalteand even in shops. Everywhere every one if3 discussing tomorlow night's big ticht, and already every tIVR ilit him sps t sok'. Next in importance to the principals in the feature bout of the night are the boxing impreearioethe resourceful, cynend conqdent Tex IZickard Red the hlegmatle iain MCrackin. These two mom whom New Yore promoters looked upon with pity when they first broached the ,Willard Moran light for New York . are now tha lions of the hour. Perhaps they are even more sought after than the big 'mike who will exchange smaehes tomorrow night for it is to them that all who have not yet been equipped with the necessary credentials to witness the affair have looked in their hour of need. But Rickard and McCracken are as mold and impartial as the ice floes which drift lazily up and down past the Battery. They have risked their money and their Judgment etgainst all skeptics and now that they have disposed of practically everything in the house they ere "standing pat." In fact, they could hardly do otherwise, for the truth is they are destitute of tickets: if they had as many more they could readily be disposed of. even though the promotes elected to name their own price. Vpward of 10.000 tickets are now in the hands of persons who have pitid the Price, and tomorrow evening, ere the twilight has fallen over the city. about 1b00 paid admissions will be placed on pule for the benetit of the 15,000 who would witness the tight, even in pantomime, front (indent vantage points. And of the 12,000 end upwardfor in justice to themselves and their intimates the men who are etaging the big event have held out a comparatively few cholee seatsmere than live will be women, the largest number of the fair Aex who have ever witnessed a (Ude encounter, either in America or France. -- Many Women Will Be There The -anxiety of so many women 'to watch the giants in battleone defending his title, the other risking his very life to gain the pinnacle of his profeissionis but indicative of the grasping intetest in the encounter. If Madison Square Garden was as huge again, there probably- would be as many more women sprinkled among the spectators. for not all of those that will be escorted into the Carden will be neated in the boxes. They will be scattered all over the house. Practioally every detail of tomorrow night's carnival of fisticuffs has been arranged. Only in one instance, the semifinal bout, is there the slightest semblance of uncertainty. For that bout. which will be for 10 rounds, no less than live heavyweights 'are firet AO. 1G( FIGHT In their conviction that they will be the principals. of the quintet, however, all save -Battling Leyinsky and another will be dit,appointed. and from Harry Wills, the New Orleans colored heavyweight; Jim savage of Brooklyn, Charley Weinert of New Jersey and Pueblo, Jim Flynn will be selected Levinsky's opponent. The other preliminary bouts have been arranged. , They will bring together lesser lights of the arena. The ptincipahl in the all-important bout have fin4shed their training. Teeterday Nforan, already at razor edge, concluded his work. and during the afternoon posed for the moving picture Intin. Today he did no more than would hold MITI in hie present form. on the other hand, had his turn before the "movie" camera this morning and this afternoon is scheduled to wind up his siege of training and prepare for the "drying-out" process to which he will submit. If temperaments indicate anything, Confirmed on the Sixth Pare. THE WEATHER , Tidnited States Weath- AIR AND er Bureau forecasts: For Boston and its vicinity: Fair tonight; WARM69 Saturday unsettled, probably rain by night; rising temperature. Moderate variable I 1,011.... . , I wind, becoming east ---..--b...-1 an k. t.. ?,, For Southern New south. - ' -i- 144 - 1 England: Fair and ,11 ,(4; ..k warmer tonight. Sal- a l urday cloudy and , warmer. probably rain In Connecticut and Western Massachu- setts. Moderate shifting wind, bet!oming southeast. For Northern New England: Fair tonight. Saturday increasing cloudiness and warmer; probably rain or snow in Vermont. Moderate east wind, becoming variable. For Eastern New York: Cloudy and warmer tonight and Saturday; probably snow or rain in north and rain in south portion; moderate winds becoming east and southeast. 1 Temperatures at 8 a Mi Greenville, Me, 14; Nantucket. 28; New York, 34; Washington, 32; Chicago. 36; Stonecliffe, Ont, zero. Highland Light, 8 a m: Wind northwest, three miles, hazy; Hull, north-northwest. 14 miles. hazy. Shippers' forecast: Prepare shipments north during the next 36 hours for temperatures of zero to 15; west, 10 to 15; south, 15 to 20; Boston lowest tonight, 15 to 20. Boston observations. 8 a m: Barometer, 30.06 inches; temperature. 25; highest yesterday. 37; lowest last night, 19; humidity. 54 percent; wind, west. 16 miles. clear. The ,Temperature Today. The 'thermometer at Thompson's Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as follows: 1915 1916 8 am 3,13 22 6 a m 37 9 a m 43 26 12 m 57 64 1 p m 58 45 2 p m 68 44 3 p m 57 44 EDEITIMONI--kmg BOST9N, FRIDAY xillorer 1 .ct FINED CHARLES A. - - ALEXANDER $50 Alexander AppealedHeld in $500 for the Superior Court In the Municipal Court this morning, Judge Dowd imposed a fine of $50 on Charles A. Alexander of 207 Essex st, Boston, and of Brookline, 'Whom he luta found guilty yesterday after a two days' trial of having assaulted Miss Gertrude Allen, 19, a chorus girl. Alexander appealed and was held in $500 for the Superior Court., He furnished bonds. This Is the case in which a torn pair of silk bloomers played a conspicuous part, being put in as evidence by the complainant. This case grew out of a complaint against Mrs Phyllis Litchfield, sister of the girl, who was cnarged with having been responsible for arranging the situations - Following a consultation at the judge's bench this morning, participated in ty attorneys Eldridge for Alexander, Sher- man for Miss Allen and Sughrue for Mrs Litchfield, Mrs Litchfield pleaded gui,ty to a charge of simple assault on her sister. As Miss Allen had stated that she did not wish to prosecute her sister, the case was put on file. The nature of the complaint against Mrs Litchfield was changed to simple assault, because the prosecution found that it did not have sufficient evidence on the original charge. 'Miss Rose Clinton. also known as Miss Rose Blanchard Crocker. was before Judge Dowd just before noon today. She was charged with maintaining a house of immoral character at 406 Massachusetts av, where, it is alleged, the Alexander-Allen assault occurred. Miss Clinton pleaded not guilty and testified that she conducted a dressmaking establishment there. She admitted many men visited tne house. both day and night Sergt Hughes of Division 5, who prosecuted the case, brought out that men both drunk and sober came to the house at all hours of the day and night. Some came in automobiles. he said. The case was heard at the side of Judge Dowd. and only those directly concerned heard what was said. Shortly before 11 a m, directly tiller the two cases against :NI rs Phyllis Litch field had been disposed of, Miss Allen and Mrs Viola Boese, who lives with Miss Allen on Massachusetts av, came to the Courthouse. but Miss Allen, who sat in the rear, was not asked to testify. Judge Dowd found Miss Clinton guilty, and fined her WO. Attorney Clarence Eldridge asked the judge If he would revoke the fine until Monday. saying that by then he would decide whether the fine would be pail, or an appeal taken to the Superior Court. Judge Dowd granted the request OMC until EVENING. MARCH 24, 1916-SIXTEEN PAGES C VP' MAP SHOWING PLANS AND SCOPE OF THE SHACKLETON EXPEDITION. Further successes have been won by the Germans in the vicinity of Han-court, northwest of Verdun, Army Headquarters announced today, two additional trenches having been occu- pied. , On the Russian front the vicious attacks on the German lines in the northern sector have been continued, both northwest and south of Dvinsk. All the assaults broke down, the statement declares. The text of today's official statement by German Army Headquarters is as follows: "Western theatre: The violence of the artillery duels increased considerably at times in the Champagne, on the Somme-py-Souain high road and in the Argonne and in the Meuse District as far as the Moselle. - "Following up our successes of Wednesday, we occupied another Russians Continue Vicious Attacks in North Sector couple of trenches west ot Haucourt. On this occasion the number of prisoners increased to 32 officers and 879 men. "Eastern theatre: While during the day the Russians collected their forces only for a strong advance against the bridgehead at Jacobstadt, ....,--- I BERLIN, via London, March 24 cast of Buschhof, they undertook irther successes have been won by during the night repeated attacks e Germans in the vicinity of Han- north of the Mitau-Jacobstadt Rail . lurt, northwest of Verdun, Army way and an attempt to take us by eadquarters announced today, two surprise south of Dvinsk, and exditional trenches having been occu- haustéd themselves in uninterrupted, ed. , fierce storm attacks against our front On the Russian front the vicious at- north of Widsy. All . their attacks cks on the German lines in the broke down, with heavy losses in orthern sector have been continued, men, under our fire, or before our enoth northwest and south of Dvinsk. tanglements, in cases where they ad-All the assaults broke down, the vanced as far as that. atement declares. "Further south there were no fresh The text of today's official state- attacks. ent by German Army Headquarters "Balkan front: During the last as follows: few days artillery duels, of no great "Western theatre: The violence of importance, developed repeatedly on I e artillery duels increased consid- both sides of the Vardar, in theneighably at times in the Champagne, on borhood of Gievgeli. - e Somme-py-Souain high road and "An aeroplane belonging to an ens-the Argonne and in the Meuse Dis- my squadron which attacked Vololet as far as the Moselle. vtic, west of Lake Doiram, was shot "Following up our successes of down after an aerial battle. The ednesday. we occupied another machine fell into the lake." FRENCH REPORT NO CHANGE AT VERDUN PARIS, March 24There has been no change in the , situation around Verdun since yesterday, according Continued oat the Fourth Page. 09CLOCIK-LATEET ha,ckleton Cannot For nother A c-;,". )0C,0Q00000000 000000000 I1EF1: 7PZIPLANATIO : : : WH I TE ARR7OW S ,1".te . - HOW ROUTE INTENDED for tite"ENDLIRANCE.,from. BUENOS AYRES 6 -Um ANTARCTIC CONTINENT. then to CRUISE and EXPLORE the COAST. 4.1.0 lo MEET SHACKLETONIS LAND EXPEDITION d.t a. ' BAS E K TI l't ROSS SEA . Front. 1.16s 4 , BA5E IT WAS PROPOSED k,4? that ilt.e. PARTY WOULD k t 5All. for POR,T LYTly- . z ON, ts1 CAT Zealand. 4. iA----- Sir ERNEST SHACKLETON in. las POLAR. COSTUME StoomshiD Broke From Mr Illoorimst Lou 'OE Party Ashore LONDON, March 24 A dispatch from Sydney says that the steamship Aurora, of Lieut Shackleton's expedition, has broken from her moorings at the Ross Sea base, leaving most of the party ashore and unable to embark. According to these advices, Lieut Shackleton and his companions will be compelled to remain another year before it will be possible to rescue them. The dispatch received in London from Sydney indicates that the point at which Lieut Shackleton has arrived, which was Continued on the Second Page. COPYRIGHT. 1914. BY THE GLOBE NE:WePAPER CO ki' !1't1 CI 0 Gen Enriquez Sends Word to Gov Ca lles Huston Gets Report of the Bandit Being Defeated in Battle DOUGLAS, Ad, March 24Gen P. Elias Ca Iles, Carranza Military Governor of Sonora, received a telegram today from Gen Enriquez, Military Governor of Chihuahua, stating that five columns of Carranza troops were clustng-in on -Villa and his bandits. near Namiquipa, and that, with the aid of the American troops, it was believed Villa would not be able to escape. Gen Enriquez also telegraphed that the reports concerning the revolt of Gen Herrera were false and were made by the "radicals" to cause rouble between the Carranza Government and the United States. FUNSION GETS REPORT OF VILLA'S DEFEAT IN FIGHT SAN ANTONIO, Tex,' March 24 Reports from Mexican sources that Villa had been defeated by American-Mexican troops at El Oso, near Namiquipa, were accepted today by Maj Gen Funston as probably true, although no confirmation by Gen Pershing had been received. Improvements in the working of the wireless made it appear likely that Gen Pershing would break his fifth day: of silence regarding operations south of Casas Grandes by rendering ail account of the engagement of El Oso. Here it was believed that the Americans would not allow Villa to get out of their sight again and that his capture or death appeared more likely today than at any other time. Gen Pershing, it was believed. 1 Now is the time to start your Spring advertising. Be sure to have your Real Estate, Automobile and Business Chances advt., apptor in next Sunday's Globe. Order them today. 11 11:: ,lassachusettsTrust Company UP-TOWN OFFICE Largest Electrically-Protected Fireproof AFE STORAGE VAULTS IN THE WORLD lso Safe Deposit Boxes on Main Floor These Safe-Storage Vaults are especially constructed to accommodate bulky valuables, silver-plate, rare books, ledgers, heirlooms and other cherished possessions. Storage by the Month, Season or Year at Reasonable Rates Specially Convenient to Back Bay Residents Full information gladly furnished by telephone mall or by our representative. who will call on request. Visitors welcome. 38 HUNTINGTON AVENUE Near Massocilusetts Avenue, Boston Evening Edition Closing Market Prices PRICE ONE CENT I II WHILE You ARE LOOKING OVER THE Medium Size, WI Ilk Van Pay More. Why? Better Than Last 1.Veek 41 CE would concentrate as many of h13 men as possible in the pursuing force, relieving those who have been riding south of Casas Grandes. SAYS VILLA LOST NUMBER OF MEN AND 100 HORSES EL PASO, Tex, March 24No word had come to military headquarters here early today to confirm the report that American troops and the Carranza Army had surrounded Villa and his men and that a battle was Imminent. - The report was received by Alexi Continued on the Fourth Vane. 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Cal Real Estate and Used Car adots 1915 1910 Headquarters announced today, two surprise south of Dvinsk, and e It - Litchfield, Mrs Litchfield pleaded gui.ty haasdsaautlatteodn thhaer UP-TOWN OFFICE 8 a m as , ; t . appear in next Sunday's Globe. 6 a m 37 222 ista - h 43 26 h not wish to prosecute her sister. tscier.did chAarsgeMists sAimilePnie s e additional trenches having been occuaustéd themselves in uninterrupted, , . Egg Plant 2 0 c CGS :::::Artichokes....3 nt:Sell:t;.e.otiarnkt-i 2 0 c Igeli 8: ee. :ruiplysIbilro l: Help us out next by ordering youe r ?2amm 57 54 the case was put on file. The nature of pied icious at- north On the Russian front the . fierce storm attacks against our front argest Electrically-Protected Fireproof Daily Globe next week today. 57 44 the prosecution found that it di not ...r.flot,:serrist.e: mr,s; .:s,, ttoe:h mer adrts for Sunday's and th 1 P m 58 45 the complaint against Mrs Litchfield was changed to simple assault, because v of Widsy. All , their attacks L 2 p ni 58 44 d 3 m , have suffit o th original . tacks on the German lines in the broke down, with heavy losses in ' le E-STORAGE VAULTS , , charge. cien evidence n e Rose Clinton. also known as Miss northern sector have been continued, men, under our fire, or before our en- i p R s ose Blanchard Crocker, was before I both northwest and south of Dvinsk. tanglements, in cases where they ad- ttua.tin. ParairY. Water t opt , ., , Judge Dowd just before noon today.' All the assaults broke down, the Vanced as far as that 4 King Oranges, links. Lenn, She a charged with maintaining a f ' , , D -14 ,, i .'11 house immoral ral character at 406 Mas-Istatement declares. "Further south there were no fresh f D 1 1 trapefrult. l'ineststpleo. lab t ooking Apples, t rAnberries. sachusetts av, where, it is alleged The text of today s official state- attacks. IN THE WORLD , the t ' I., 41 wof s ' ,, 7,-, 1 by German Army Headquarters "Balkan front: During the last I 0 1 PO bh,Dates&Yet D . , , 1 , . i . z ,. t.2 ili,' 1 ''i '. k ft - , 11'111 ' Alexander -Allen assault occurred. Miss Clinton pleaded not guilty and I ment testified that she conducted a dressmak- .3 ing establishment there, She admitted many men visited tne house. both day , i as follows: few days artillery duels, of no great , "Western theatre: The vilt.rice of importance, developed repeatedly on I Also Safe Deposit Boxes on NI am Floor - It 1 55 Ftunmer Ft. -4 friend St. 87-A, ra 6-8 Varlet and night Sergt Hughes ã 5, who prosecuted the case, brosion ught outl the artillery duels increased consid- both sides of the Vardar These Safe-Storage Vaults are especially constructed to i , in theneigh- 1 , ,,,., film.. , ,:, , , 40, , g 1 . , t tho atth enlzonti sbeo at tz all If ioku a nodf 1,,,,,ebedrayern (7 1 of I erably at times in the Champagne, on borhood of Gievgeli. - accommodate bulky valuables, silver-plate, rare books, LL i rill A i t if ' ' , ' . ' , --, night. Some came in automobiles he the Somme-Py-Souain high road and An aeroplane belonging to an ens- ledgers, heirlooms and other cherished possessions. i . , no E-IA ., 11. Ilk , , -1 ' said. in e Argonne and in the Meuse Dis- my squadron which attacked Vole- 1 11 I 0 A., ,... D , 0 M t , ae was heard at th d of th , it , FS. The cse si s Judge Dowd, and only those l ve, west of Lake Doiram, was shot Storage by the Month, Season or Year at Reasonable Rates ' Absolutely Re p t .. , , directe y trict as far as the Moselle . il ,... concerned heard what was said. , Convenient to Back Bay Residents Indigestion, One 4 , -, ' 4, , -- , - ' - I- Shortly before 11 a m directl . y al l cr tt :21, ,7 f ' 4' the two cases against Mrs Phyllis Litch "Following up our successes of down after an aerial battle. The f, 4, Wednesday, we occupied machine fell into the lake Specially . . , : .4 '' . ! c I ; field had been disposed or, Miss Allen another 1 and Mrs Viola Boese, who lives with couple of trenches west otHaucourt- , . 4 - t proves It. 25e at all di . t Miss Allen on Massachusetts av, came i On this occasion the number of pris- FRENCH REPORT NO Full Information gladly furnished by telephone. moll or by o : f I . -v . to the Courthouse. but Aliss Allen. who fr , . t , , t in the rear was not a k ed to sa s 9 officers and 879 CHANGE AT VERDUN ' oners increased to 3., representative, who will call on requeet. Visitors welcome. '-',. 4 . x testify. 111 It - -Ir . THE . cc, ..,... , Judge Dowd found Miss Clinton guilty. men. , t , , and fined her WO. AttorneY Clarence "Eastern theatre: While during the PARIS, March 24There has been , 1., rli 6, ,,,., gm Iwo Eldridge asked the judge if he would D , L lovirmy' P SITE " UN . a ,.- a ke revoke the fine until Monday. saying d that by then he would decide whether. forces only for a ay the Russians colle strong cted their no change in the , situation around 238 HUNTINGTON AVENUE i I ., ,, -- . - . . B R et VC 8 i - . . llit I Ilti i 111141 1 1111 i I. i Mil the fine would be pail. or an appeal t s taken to tbe Superior Court Judge Dowd granted the request against the bridgehead aotnl an Verdun since yesterday, according Near Massachusetts acaodbvstadcz i Continued oat the Fourth Massachusetts Avenue, Boston . , , , IP, 1- (.1 i . , i . 1 , - ..----- I le Vee et ve gr 21 aa ta be te 1 1111 a r we ho h.! 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