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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 18, 1896, Boston, Massachusetts                                Dont Forget j To Call Early Witt Yonr Want Afls for Tomorrows NEW Best Want Medium Call early with your Want Ads for tomorrows VOL SATURDAY APRIL PRICE TWO IN All the latest shapes in stiff and soft DRESSY HATS FOR SPRING AND In Black and the new Brown v also our English Java with contrast band and We are the leaders and origi nators of popular priced fash ionable MOST LEAST FINN OUR Are guaranteed not to break with ordinary LATEST NOVELTIES IN FASHIONABLE SOFT THE PADDOCK HAT In Brown Blue Seat Brown and with Black jt jt jt jt Exchanges made or money refunded if goods do not suit or do not prove BEST COOLEDGE BOWDOIN REVERE One Open COOLIDGE BOWDOIN REVERE One Open The fine medicinal qualities of the Pure Rye Whiskey pro duced in the renown ed Valley of the Mo nongahela are univer sally Has been the favorite brand for more than half a Its fine delicate flavor and absolute purity have won for it the foremost position over all This Whiskey is distilled at on the Monongahela Pennsylvania Erected NEW ENGLAND AGENCY 160 and 162 State XXXX rW I Clever Work of a Brazen Female Me In a Carriap to Store of Cmp Well Dressed and No One Had Costly Diamond Ring Went Out When She cvrrYWiii nrun STETSON Succumbed to Pneumonia Few Minutes r 1 This Terrible Details of Death of Work Was Repeated at Counters of Stoivell THE ONLY The Boston police are looking for a clever woman who made visit ing tour among the diamond merchants In this city Wednesday and successfully got away with worth of The firms which lose this amount are Crump Low and Stowell The loss In each case was reported to the police on the day which the theft occurred and special detail of detec tives from the bureau of criminal inyes gatlon began work Up to last niuht the woman had not oen and the po ce and detectives In all parts of Bos on were Informed by the secret manl old yesterday of the and ordered o ferret out the clever Was Born in Charlestown Near Top of Bunker Hill and Was Long Known as One of Foremost The atrical Managers in Schooner Losini ffnail and Her Two CMItnflL Four Men dun to One of the Vessels Excellent Styles Guarantee Every Extra Fine and OPEN SATURDAY TRY ONE OF LIEUT PEARYJAYS He Does Not Contemplate Another Arctic Expedition Has No Money to Prosecute Further1 April 17Leut the Arctic who lectured here hi answer to a question said I dont contemplate another Arctic Mr Peary said runner that he had no money to further explorations the He that lie had al eady pin much money Into his voyages nd had had no support whatever from lie He pronounced untrue dispatch from Washington to the effect nat he had been placed on waiting or ers in the navy because he had told the avy department that he contemplated nother 431 NEAR DavittB Characterization of Household of Viceroy of April tho house of ommons today member or South moved on the sub mission of the Irish to reduce he amount of money granted for the xpenses of the household of the viceroy f Mr MacNelll characterized lie viceroys household as a ginger reucl Michael member for South declared that the household was hotbed of Mr chief secretary for Ire intimated that if the Irish mem iers were unanimous on the point of educing the grant he would seriously lonalder the question of the retention if the member for the Soot and division of the well tnown Irish declared thai here was no such Mr Mac Mellls motion was then If you want to sell put your in next Sundays Bring them in ONE TOWN UNDEK Biver Continues to Else and Sherbrooke Factories Are April ITThe river here continues to and there is now over three feet of water on the floors of tho many manufacturing estab lishments which are built on the flats stopping work The central and buslress part of the town of Richmond is completely inun Tho main street for threequar ters of a mile is under and about 100 houses have been Katahdin Book in Boston The U S ram Commander Richard U S commardlng arrived yesterday afternoon in the har bor and exchanged salutes in courtesy PURE theres a record for Cigar honesty thats hard to The leaves we use are not unripe some leaves though theyre nicked when sunburn cannot spoil heats not used to make the color hurts the Nature helps us most in the ten cent HARVARD Sold Tralser HE WALES CO PARTS AND SUPPLIES 69 to 83 Purchase 3 BUSSET and PATENT LEATHER Gentlemens Shoe John Pray Son mr st T i HOTBED OF MURDER IN SECOND Joseph Colombo Found Guilty of Killing His Wife NEW April trial of Joseph Colombe for the murder of his July 18 ended oday at 2 p Judge Shumways charge was very Impartial and The jury retired at p m and at midnight brought in a verdict o murder in the second U S Vessels at April to the navy department report the ar rival of the flagship San Francisco am the cruiser Minneapolis at Naples to Admiral Selfrldge will transfer hi flag to the Minneapolis there and pro ceed in her to whence he wll go with some of his officers to Moscov and St Petersburg to attend the cere monies connected with the coronatio of the The San Francisco will b docked at and according t navy department officials will return t the duty of oaring for American inter ests In Turkish Sot It can set yon down iu a ver pleasant homo for a very little cash per Wee TERMS OF CRED1 Deposit on and Far Wee Deposit on and Fer iponlt on and Fer Deposit on and Fer Weel Deposit oa and Per Wee And larger ame Order as to Take yonrOI itove in exohange tor a mode We aooept per Wee thereafter until the balance is Send A Stamps for 1800 Catalogui OOO Chamber Sets 5 EVERYTHING TO FURNISH A Send tor Our Bicycle ROBINSON Open Saturday Evening 138140142 Washington Stree Adams Square and Dook All Depot our BOSTON CONTENTS OF TODAYS GLOBE Stetson died at this Terrible details ol the death of Vhlte of Lynn and companion off lorlda Clever female thief works two well nown jewelry stores for a costly dia lond ring1 Lieut Peary denies that ho contem lates another Arctic American athletes leave me riorial to tho Seven bicycle records broken on Coro ado tracks quarterly Jlinister convicted by Ohio Boston university students present a rorman Miss Barton reports preat distress at larush and Harvard games In poor weath ifor Appellate ll lourt of New York sustains the order f Justice upholding the cori tltutlonality of the racing Nellie a noted In rouble FIIKC Preliminary arrangements made for la amnesty demonstration In Mrs Catharine Garland attempts sui May Standlsh gets a verdict against Ball of the Rockwell Churchill em ployes other Burden diamond robbers captured in London and the lost gems Banquet of the First Volunteer citi zens association Inge Ives defeats Schacfer in the cushion carom billiard U likely to reorganize may join tho association McKinley men trying to capture Con Popo Leo seeks to end the war in Sharp light between Chief of Police Uanter of Plymouth and a Bicycle trust being formed with capi tal of Pnge Real estate Brooklyn policeman attempts Bradstreets says there Is distinct gain In volume of Harvard students lined for keeping a disorderly Elizabeth Dunn not guilty of polyg Interview with wellknown American just from Lives of five children lost In a burned tenement at Turners Fitchburg Christian Endeavorers raise objections to granting druggists liquor Hon James Eckels speaks before three creat business associations at Cincinnati on the money London Field says two challenges be sent for Americas Trial of James McCormick of Boston charged with shooting a Bralntree po Page South shore fire smothered by fog apd Surinprfleld has Its hottest its firs thunder and a Plunger Partridge dies In Chicago Quay as a reformer In Watch and Ward society leads the po lice in six raids on houses of 111 Mrs Julia French conducts her own case before the supreme Womans charity club Connecticut river rising rapidly a Bellows Fulls trains delayed by i Inge Mr and Mrs Wesley ICllham ar rested on charges based on their having little Cella Leonard In their Democrats in congress to block th republican plan for an early adjourn ment notes from the First reunion of graduates of Water villa academical at th Services at the Oldtown Girl bicyclist killed at Page In the retail Pave Mrs Rings bird Tesla looks through three humor bodies at Pace Yesterdays proceedings In the leglsla Garbled quotation discovered In Brll ish blue book on tha Venezuelan ques Face Gen Corcoran answers some polltlca Character dances by children at swell Gloucester New central fire station at New Tremont temple organ State Hibernian convention to be hoi in Boston next horses an Important auction sales CONTENTS OF TODAYS Paste Philadelphia beats Boston other lasrua News of city hall appointments ex ected not dellrlunr trcmons or cause of Carl Meyers son of a wellknown commits sulcldo t AMERICANSLEAVE Greek Athletes Bid Them Farewell at Railway to the April Greek com letitors in the Olympic games today ade farewell at the railway station to he foreign athleteis who took part in he The Americano were es eclally Hon he American who did much to make the games a was present to bid his The Americans yesterday presented to he crown prince a memorial addressed o the crown expressing the hope that would be chosen as the perma nent seat of the Olympic WILL GEBET THE Swimming Club Members Will Go to New York to Meet the The athletes will be met In New York by some of the members of ho Boston Arthur vho went to Is a member of vhat is known as the swimming club at the The members meet every Saturday and play water Members of the swimming club will go to New York to meet the athtletes as follows Hecht and Fred The question of the city giving a re ception to the athletes on their return will be considered by the board of al lermen What city will do will not conflict with the celebration at THE April for Saturday For New threatening weath er and light rain cooler In the Inte rior easterly becoming For eastern New partly cloudy with local showers cooler In northern portion variable Local Fair warmer Saturday night changing to southerly The Temperature as indicated by the thermometer a Thompsons spa Sam a m 12 m 3pm C p m p m 12 mid average temperature yesterday 49 The Woathar Clear to partly cloudy skies aro now Indicated for New England Ii will probably continue warm In the liv and the high temperature may extend to the unless east winds of which there is Borne promise VISIT THE DOC Mechanics Huntlngton APRIL BRING THE CHILDREN to lien the Novel unit Amualiia Ex hibition by HUUTONtl Tvoupo of Performing Dogs 50c Who the woman was and where she ame from is a mystery to the Xray etectlves connected with chief Watts The rogues gallery has been earchcd In vain for a woman who vould answer tho description furnished tho firms who lost by her and he oldtime who are sup osed to know every criminal ire ill at They say Shes a stronger n but the manner In which she Id her work shows clearly that she was 0 Sho came Into the shoppingdistrict at he tlm3 Buck Bay residents drive down 1 private and walked into Crump Lows with an nlr hat put lit rest all thoughts of suspicion n tho minds of the clerks who have had Ime and time again to bo on tho watch or At the counter where tho most costly ewels are displayed she seated lifting the purple veil which she as she removed her gold to see valuable dia monds which were In the The clerk was all He saw icforo him a woman apparently 40 years f dressed In a grayish blue dress f the latest and from the icr with which she conversed with him she looked at tho jewels he judged hat she was an old customer of the Her carriage was certainly that f a wellbred She carried n green on which was worked brown and this she opened sev eral times as if to make a Shark Bit One of the Men in Two Off JOHN She was in this store some little She looked at rings and other pieces of the total vuluo of yrhlch woe nore than It was aday when customers flooded tho and this articular counter seemed to be the center of the Tho clerk was more than and lid not notice that when looking over ho rings tho welldressed prospective customer removed one looped ring from the tray and neglect ed to return It to Its proper But this was what she and as several other customers walked up lc counter she feigned an Impatient air and remarked that aho guessed she would not purchase today and dis appeared In tho It wus some little time after that the clerk missed tho All of people who had been at this coun ter he remembered and strange to suspicion fell only on one He Informed one of the proprietors of what had occurred and a few minutes after Chief Inspector Watts was In formed that there was work for All this took some little and be John the known theatrical tiled at his at Commonwealth nt this morn He passed away his death being scarcely noticeable to the watch ers by his Dr who had been in almost constant attendance since ho was taken last Mr Stetsons wife and the servants of the household wore present when he Mr Stetson had been ill only a few He contracted cold last Satur day or which developed into and on Tuesday ho was obliged to taka to his His death was rather for the climax of the fever wus not expected for several His had been undermined by busi ness and he was unable to Continued on Hie Third Hats Properly Fitted to the Hargedon Formerly with Finn John Stetson was one of Iho most mie cessttil theatrical managers of his For 30 years he followed a theatrical career and from a humbla beginning rose to be a leader In his Mr Stetson was born In neiir tlie top of Bunker In His father and mother both came from and his who Is over years of Is still In early life John Stetson hud to fight his way In the world ami soon learned the vulue of pluck and perse He began his theatrical career In as a member of Bhephard Cushlnga circus belns announced at the Howard to run against nil Tony Pastor was at the time of Stetsons appearance as a sprinter the clown of the circus Mr Stot son run some 20 races In all tho How the distances ranging from one DO YOU EVER THINK That a hat makes more differ ence In ones appearance than any other one article of dress WE CAN SELL YOU A stylish hat that will suit your ALL THB LEADING 2 HarsedonA 171 Hanover The best and quickest way TO HIBE TO RENT TO GET is by means of a Globe Want Ad Globe Wants Pay Get them in Early for Breaking the or A youne record ROBINSONS CRUSOE UPTODAia BARBEL LAKOE WEIGHT 2 3 Mi FULLY GUARANTEED 1800 TKIIMSi SOWN OQ Per Price Hunt to niiy oily town i Now ii n mi mo ituulttn for u number of till LEADING STANDARD 50 A ScnU for Our Bicjrle Terms 138140142 Washington j BOSTON Mams Square and Dook i Mend 4 tor Ilirnltuti OVIT HUD OIICH April CYCLISTS the Every plug has insurance coupon Insure against accidents by using Mutual JU8I Benefit Your Right Glasses lltly Fitted half mile to two This Mr Stetsons first tussle with public In 18li8 he started a company known an the Horn Bloodgood head edby Eph Hern and Harry In this venture Mr Stetson was at first a Htlcnt Bill Allison was the treasurer of the comuany and William Footo tho advance Some trouble rising in tho company Air Stetson howed his hand by purchasing the In erests of his partners thus settling ho of assumed he solo management of the It on the New England vhere It did a big Mr Stetson Inally brought this company of mln with their New England honors hick upon to the Olympic theater n this About this time he discovered Cool Burgess uwuy down in and in roduced him to the public at the Olym Cool Burgess made a remarkable and proved Mr Stetsons sagaci ty us a discoverer of Mr Stet on next took possession of the Wavorly heater In New In partnership vlth Clinton but through some jgal informality In the lease the thea er soon passed out of the hands of tho ew Stetsons strong ceen eye and cool head were seen in Imost every venture he He returned from New York to Bos on and purchased Jason Wentworths nterost li the Horace the was his but ie became Involved and was unable to iay his Mr Stetson purchased Ickets for a Hheriffs who wlt icssed the performance one and vhen the curtain fell they refused to cave the Mr Stetson ran the under the name of the Adel as a vlulety theater until at the which was afterward controlled by tho firm of Stetson Tho latter soon with drew from the and Rich Stetson tho house for six during which lime It became famous as the model variety of the Some of the finest variety shows ever iut before tho public were given at the loward during the Rich Stetson In 1872 the theater made over Tho Howard was then the only variety theater In the olty and was al ways liberally patronized In Mr Stetson became sole manager of tho and continued to control Its fortunes until when he retired from tho Tho Howard was not a paying venture when Stetson first took a hand In its and his friends advised ilin against becoming allied with its but he felt sure of making I a His first move waa to u number of popular artists together In a stock It In cluded In Its membership Mario then a lovely and now a charac ter actress of and a big In Chlmmie The policy of the outlined by was profit able during every week of its In while still of the lie took tho Globe theater In New and there introduced Harrl gan and Early in 1874 he had secured a lease of tho Globe theater in this olty for a sum mer for which he paid in and waa to have taken posses of tho hotiBo June 1 of that but on May 30 the theater was and Mr Stetson received back his as the key had not been handed over to For this summer venture he had engaged an elaborate cast to ap pear in the Seven In 187778 Mr Stetson was In partnership with Mr but the latter died In Septem The Globe remained closed until when Mr Stetson se cured a lease running until In 1880 he again leased the and controlled it until It was destroyed by llio in ISO Ills manauement of the Globe was singularly and on its stage have appeared the most brilliant play and the manager has given to the public many remarkable Mr Stetson was also at one time les sen of Booths and 5th av thea In New In one season Mr Biataon bad attractions running at tho White Another Grazed 1 y Salt Went April has Just been received here concerning the terrible de tails of the death of Albert a resident of this who went to Flor ida in Xovembrr last to procure a di vorce and to enter Into business Ho sailed frcm Boston Nov Concern ing his business transactions he sent letters to his sister in After his arrival he negotiated for the purchase of a schooner named and should tho first trip prove success ful he was to have purchased The craft was a coast and on March 20 sailed from bound with a load of On the second day at sea a squall struck capsizing the Be sido White there were three men on named Johnson and whoso name is There was also a woman accompanied by her two children who was going to Miami to meet her The wom an and her children are supposed to have perished when the craft a foot and some clothing floated Tho men clung to one of tha vessels rafts for where they tor three days and as many nights with out food or In a moment of despair tha unknown man drank some salt water and then jumped into the After enduring the pangs of thirst and hunger a shark came to relieve The sea monster bit him In and then White and Johnson re Two steamers passed close to but their cries for help were not heard and they were abandoned to their already could not en dure any longer losing his was washed oft and raft flouted In on the car rying with It the unconscious form of who now lives to relate the fate of his White was born In was 33 years old and was married but has not lived with his wife for the past four He was an Industrious man and built two houses He was a member of the Carpenters It is reported here that he was ad vised by his lawyer to go as he could procure a divorce and that his wife Is now In Florida looking after his CONNECTICUT ON A Bridges Near are in Danger of Seine Carried N April Con necticut river is on a From its source at Connecticut lake It is a foaming Yes terday an Immense Jam of logs from its head waters came down against the bridge at West Stewartstown and railed It oft Us and it barely es caped being dumped into the It can be Since yesterday tho river has risen 10 and the lowland below tha village presents one vast expanse of wa ter far beyond the Vermont The old toll bridge has been In but the Jam of logs against it has beea broken and all danger arrested unless the The bridgo over tha Con necticut la in and a large gang of men are thero watching The wa ter is still rising Truthful if Weary did you get de Trott Tired an unexpected This Is the time to take a good Spring The system is now in of such a and is most sus ceptible to the benefits to be derived from The blood is impure and de pleted In It fails to supply to the nerves and muscles the nour ishment That Is why almost every one is afflicted in the Spring With that languid That is why your work is a sleep is disturbed and your appetite is enrich and vitalize your blood with Hoods the One Blood and all these troubles will When you Take Hoods Sarsaparilla you will aoon beneficial It will give you an tone stomach and di gestive strengthen you give you refreshing and by purifying your it will build up and fortify your sya tem against i itfedLl tltll Sarsaparilla U Trot Blood PUIl MS the AUchemls   

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