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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 28, 1897, Boston, Massachusetts IN THE DAILY GLOBE if YOU WANT TO QET THE BEST STiV ACCEPT YOUR OPJPOF VOL LINO MONDAY JUKE 1897TEN THE satisfaction in the way of a one in which only the grade of tobacco is nothing can equal OVER SOLD SINCE JTTHE lit BESPEAKS ITS CIGAR Oigars sell 3 for straight 2 for 12 ii a SOLD BY DANIEL FRANK CO 232 WASHINGTON AND 10 POST OFFICE TEJLKPHONJS TELEPHONE GRACE HARLOW AGAIN CAUGHT CONTENTS OF TODAYS GLOBE Has Served Sentences for Larcenies and Is Captured Soon After Being Re leased With Stolen Grace alias Grace who olalins to live at 204 Shawmut and who served 20 months In the house of correction for the theft of money and jewels from Mine De Angells of hotel Nottingham in Is again in custody upon the charge of Early In 1894 the whole state was scoured for Grace who was then wanted for the theft of valuable diamonds and jewelry from the apart ments of Mme De arid she was finally found In Salem where she was serving a sentence of eight months for the larceny of diamonds from a wealthy resident of After serv ing her sentence she was brought to Boston and and was upon to 20 months imprison Although only out of prison a few months she is apparently at her oM She was arrested just before midnight last night by Inspectors Shields and Whitman for the alleged larceny of wearing apparel valued at from IDtta a lodger In the house of Mrs Denny at 17 Union pic In her possession was found wearing a pocket book and a gold an worth which she acknowledged were the property of Gertrude a lodger at 171 JVarren It Is alleged she got Into the house by hlrlncr a room and looted the rooms at THE June 27 Weather forecast for Mon day For New England and eastern New JTork generally west southwest Local V Fair westerly becom ing The Temperature as Indicated by the thermometer at Thompsons spa Sam Gam 0 a m 12 m 3pm 6 p 9 p m 12 mid average temperature yesterday 65 The Weather The weather last night was ex cept unsettled and showery in the west the upper The area of foul weather was central In mov ing slowly The temperatures were cooler over the warmer the west and central and continued in the Tho weather In England will probably become unsettled by Tuesday and may occur in the afternoon or at night light variable winds becoming with warmer ATTEK TEE BUTTERPLIES Youll bo WIMT you dlilut get ono of our per BABY PER Hair Waitresses per week week Parlor per week Chamber per week Dining per week Folding per week per week per weok REFRIGERATORS PEP nvo ft ampler i New and Second whlcli wo noil ito good Pdrtlea for a few Jays tor DOWH J and Free at ROBINSON CO SWOlia Wnnmnstnu IUM our WANTED Mv ijV Ji A Puce John Sullivan reduces his weight 12 pounds In the first three days of train Ing at Muldoons Fred OLenry of Somervllle drowned In pit on grounds of old McLean Insane asylum Thomas French of Cambridge drowned In hole on vacant Mr In a manly puts the whole rpsponslbillty Harvards defeat on himself he has accepted an other chance to coach the Coach Courtney tells how and why Cornell Grace an old caught with articles stolen from lodging houses at South Id so Hovey says ho has retired from which will be unfortunate for the If the English players come here this i The mystic Of the needed to pay the debts of the two great Baptist missionary so cieties has Seven persons killed In the wreck of the St Louis express 19 others though none fatally train went through Boston Latin school graduates the largest class In Its history today first scholarship from the new scholarship fund to be Women whom the Hull police are looking for alleged to be ableto throw some light on private Whites Pniee Successful run under Century road club auspices cycling Boston nine has demonstrated that It has no superior on the ball field batting and fielding Oarsmen in training for the regatta on July 6 the probable Skowhegan roughs driven from lot on which a circus had raised Its Position of Japan In regard to Hawaii explained claimed to have no ulterior designs upon the but that an nexation Interferes with existing treaty which they may not be able to renew with the United Knights of Malta attend divine service at the B veryDay church Commander and Mrs Balllngton Booth speak at Tre Peoples CrulsarMarblehead at Marblehead visited by thousands of people yester day will remain there until De Molay having a fine time In Page Sermons by Dr William Evan gelist Dr Lorlmer and Several of breaking and enter laroeny and forgery charged against Joljn now In custody ot Boa ton 1 Thomas Duggan Instantly killed by a falling pile of lumber In Rev George Cooks of Lexington preaches his farewell warning his hearers to beware of too great Indi Seo Sherman In New York discusses diplomatic affairs and Ohio poli Ohio democratic state convention to be held Wednesday forecast of its prob able AdmirarlBeardslee said to have taken prompt action In Honolulu when the Japanese threatened to land a RlverBlniiason wedding St Peters Meeting House Pujre News for Many bouts to be brought off this but most of them are of minor Importance John and Amateur and semiprofessional ball teams wanf dates for July 6 and other Glorious day for Marblehead yachts New Boy falls exhausted from his wheel after riding 01 miles his back break the Rev Fr OBrien of Somervllle terms the a ana unpatri otic crowd Hibernians decline to pa rode on the Another attempt to wreck the postal express train at Important auction sales of horses and State Senator Bradford In Springfield Ex Gov Hqraoe Boles abandons free stiver at IS to but adheres to bimetal criticises the work and report of the commission to Investigate the affairs of the Massachusetts benefit life associa Twp pieces of a mutilated body ot a man found eleht miles apart in New Tort Death from Java fever aboard the Bfltlsh ship Traveler of the captain ana 10 of the Clever detective work results in the capture of hree counterfeiters and tho Death of a the noted animal at his home In Dorches arrested Waburn on suspicion of being the man who held up an olootrlo in Reading Occupants of a West Newton house rescued by the fire causes ft con siderable BUD pown by of 80 Oran Bton Jamaica was rifling1 nig btoyolo at the corner ot at and fbe parkway at yesterdftVcwJienne was Qharlee qf uaty Stafford ft wheel Coortiiey Gives Mocii of the Credit to the Stroke The Great Coach Believes in Middle Sized Afraid of Not Harvard Is Anxious for Another Crack at Lehmann Says His Crew Was Not in Condition and Takes Entire Believes in English Stroke and Wili Try It Again Next COACH Tells How He Picks His Men and How He Trains ThemCornell Ready to Meet All June 27 the man who has coached Cornells crew to Is the hero of the He has defeated the combined skill and experience of the two foremost rowing coaches in the and Cook The fact that he Is a profes sional and does It for money has been thrown in his Mr Courtney does not deny that he Is making an honest Asked how he won the great race on the the grizzlehaired coach laughingly said I could no more tellyou that fhan when I am to There were four months of detail and untiring work upon what seemed of Infinitesimal value ex pended In each oar blade of that TO give a history of how these different points were blended and brought into smooth working order would take up more time than I oould MiddleSized Men The first necessary quality to a win ning orew is the right and Just here la where I seem to differ from the gentlemen who coached the other I believe In middlesized well put who grasp the mean Ing of my teachings and put them into execution with activity and The man who weighs 190 pounds has got to pull 100 pounds through the water be fore he Is helping the there fore favor less weight but greater strength for the When once you have chosen a car toln number of men of the same physi cal standard It Is Impossible to put In a man below or above that as It breaks the regularity of the boat In other crew should be aa nearly of the same siao as Praise lor Stroke Perhaps ona of the leading factors In yesterdays success was our While he Is mere midget In his muscular development la won and he has become absolutely proficient in my He is as as a and that is a great help in a long race a judge of pace Is necessary in which Intends to travel a distance of four The fellow asksd me tor In structions before the race as to how I wanted It and he followed them to the His coolness of liead in the mldat of this great excitement and the fact that he realized what defeat meant to gave at least a length of advantage throughout the told him to take It easy at first and not enter Into any terrlnq spurt that would pump1 the and tend to bring a collapse before the final mile was t He Itept sonedule laid out not only winning the but bringing bis men in at the finish aa fresh ras flalseSi Good Material at The materialthat I have to ohoosa from at Itlmea suits me very There are generally 25 men each year In have the char acteristics which make have ft nice place to Cayuaa nil the faoilltlej that a man nqulrt wish I oan nsver complain or make any excuses on tluvt The training that the men are put through dtflVrs from tho usual methods as pursued In other ecil I do not fflve the men long but practically ail the work with them In the The amount work done I leas than that of any rewa book for for averages 20 lnutea per day ot practice on the W4 tba fftUn JTOJS tha aljqwed great oftn flat ftflythlnB f v Lehmann Accepts Defeat In Manly Way Will Take Crimsons In Hand Again for Next Mr Rudolph Lehmann will try again next year to put a winning Harvard crew on the No sooner had Capt Goodrich reelected than Mr Leh mann told him hi the presence of all his crew that if his services were desired for another year In however humble a capacity they would be at Harvards and he would return to help tho work of the orew for the coming It was like lifting a great load from Capt Goodrich after the disappointment of the defeat and instantly he told Mr Lehmann he wanted him to take absolute charge another So Mr Lehmann will sail for home Thursday after receiving the degree of A M on commencement and will return in the fall to sitart in for the race next In a long Interview on Fridays race since he returned to Boston Mr Leh mann says I believe that if I had been able to keep tflie orew in the condition to which they had attained on the Wednesday in the week preceding the race they would have After that there was dis tinct setback In the condition and In their Then they seemed to brace themselves and I thought tlielr condition was all In this belief I was apparently as the race For this failure to bring them to the post in perfect condition I am willing to accept the full Ho Excuses to This manly and outspoken willingness of Mr Lehmann to shoulder the full re sponsibility for Harvards defeat on the Hudson Is an Index of the fine grain of the mans as has appreciated by the boys whom he has had in his charge and all who have been fortunate enough to enjoy his acquaint He has no excuses to offer except that he himself did not condition his crew for the hour of the and for in this he says bluntly that he takes all the It la a shame that when Mr Lehmann has only praise for his and has no word of criticism for anybody buthim he should be misquoted and made to say things In a New York paper that he The New York World made him say in an interview that the crew rowed the stroke he taught for a mile and then fave It This state ment he absolutely denies and tells the interview as follows I got back to Harvard quarters very launch and Mr arid I were It was 7 oclock before I got baqk to tho Harvard After reaching the Harvard head quarters I was approached by a Globe and gaye him an which wftS accurately I also there who Introduced himself as a reporter for the New York who proceeded to question He said Do you consider that tha race was fairly and squaroly rowed I unsworn fair and square from heeliming to To wlriit do you attribute your de feat no Merely to the faot that Cornell and Yale rowed faster than we I re Do you that your crew rowed your atroko he 4s this appeared to mo to bo a trap question I ponfonted with an swering that I thought the crew at first rowed very well not rwwed U very and after that not so well hat the endnranoo In the other heats appsarpd to dhttn in Ife then nslsed me U I would pormtt that pi a Rigmed state i I carefully abstained Jrprn making ftny statement which cant dUtorei34t on the sjrewt i Beon PEIOE JOHN L AT In Hree Days the ExChampion Reduces His Weight 12 He eerofti TWtNYY Ml NUT as O THi Fatality on Grounds Old McLean Asyluuj t F You W OLeary PerisW TW of Rescue Prevented by Steep Walls of the Cambridge Lad Also His Life by Body Recovered After Much1 Probing From HOUR or THIS EVERY CAV otr WAIST 10 KtAOY ran HILU 4 HI oors AN HOUH AMD A HAir of lull tVlKt fmn Ht 0014 THIS TWENTY MINUrrB SOME OF THE WAYS BY WHICH HE EXPECTS TO GET TO 200 When John Sullivan began training at Billy Muldoons farm last Wednesday he weighed 267 In three days he has taken off 12 He will con tinue working faithfully every day until July when he will step Into the ring at Ambrose to box four or six rounds with Bob Fltzsim If that meeting Is satisfactory to Sulli van and his friends will sign articles to fight Fitzslmnions to for the championship of the world six months Of cqurse no average man off four pounds of weight each day and hope to live Leave Umt sort of thing to a phenomenon on whom nature has lavished marvelous strength ana apparently unlimited re cuperative But even an average fat man may take off half a pound of weight a day until he reduceshimself to his normal Sullivan himself will not go far from this dally average dur ing his He will weigh five months from at the end of the pro 190 That will a total loss of 77 pounds of weight in 160 That is equivalent to a shade more than half a pound a Then he will gradu ally allow himself to gain until he Weighs 200 At that weight lie will step Into the Sullivan will not only have made a net reduction of 67 but he will be In fighting and able to fight to a Think of fat you who pat your overflowing waistbands exultantly when In the pres ence of your thin but mourn secretly because you cant climb stairs or run or tie your shoes as you used to Is 38 years He has had hard knocksi and high Not that he has ever saturated himself with alco as his enemies have but the life led by a champion of the world lb full of sudden changes from Spartan Simplicity and hard fighting to the ut most Such changes may be compared to running an engine violently at Its greatest power and then letting It from Sullivan had 12 years of of He has survived It because the average man is a much stronger machine than any possible com bination of steel and and because he had vastly more vitality than the average Sullivan not only but he is flt to be trained hard and to fight to a finish in the opinion of William Mul the best Judge of a mans physical condition In this part of the The fact that Sullivan Is getting Into Rood condition Is full of encouragement for all men who have lived as they should not have and especially for those who are There Is hope for How Is the marvelous restoration ac complished Here is the Is to be first of all that Mul doons farm at White Plains is a beau tiful place of 97 on a high where the exhilarating air is a great Broad lawns and leafy trees surround Muldoons a handsome and wellappointed mansion Of the style of 2p years 1 In overy direction bor dered by fields of sweet grass dotted with Amid theso pleasant surroundings the day begins at 6 Sullivan is up and ready for He has not drunk beverages since last when he first began to think of challenging winner of the Corbel FltEsimmons His eyes are clear and bright as pollflcd His akin is smooth and of a good healthy pink and white as a Probably It is the excellent care he takes of him self that enables him to rise early and feel Dressed In a light trousers and a of boxing he goes to the medicine ball room room 16 or 18 feet MiUdcon Btumls at am end of ho room Sul livan at the Mukloon throws doivu a leather ball as bis au a water melon nnd fllled with The hall bounds from tho and Sullivan catches It as it Then lie raises it with both hands high above his This exercises the abdominal muscles He slams dayn the sending t towards Mujflopn with all hta The Hfttns of the ball nJel UB possible and the eonsaauent play ofthe abdominal muscles not only strengthens those but bums fat that clous them Sullivans jumplmr ana running to htm llva leather but weighing six This he passes to Muldoon with either swinging the arms at full length In the football Then he puts it like a he pushes forward the ball from the shoulder and so hurls It through the hold Ing the ball between his he throws It with both All of these exercises give work to the abdominal but lence is the hard bail starting from fullarm reach above the Only 20 minutes of this work is but it is swift and sharp enough to melt away a pound or Sullivan Is rubbed Then he goes to He eats everything except fat and starchy like pota His appetite Is as big as he He Is not When breakfast has been digested Sullivan goes back to the medicineball This he varies by skipping the Tho skipping riot only exercises the leg but Improves the and onco more calls the ab dominal muscles Into It Is to be observed that no matter what else may be going on the abdominals are not neg This all helps to consume the handicap of fat region and fits Sullivan to withstand a blow should Fltzslmmons happen to land Muldoons schemes of training are as simple as they are Primarily he wontsto melt the surplus tissue from all ports of Sullivans body therefore he gives him plenty of oxerclse for all parts of the But above all else he wishes remove the greatest bulk of burdens the ab so the muscles of that region are constantly kept at When the midday meal has become merely a pleasant Sullivan and Muldoon go fora None of your oldfashioned training walks for John The oldtime champion lips added a thick woollen sweater and a heavy coat to his equipment The road at the foot of a Out ollmbs and up the hill he goes at a fast varied with occa sional bursts of Of course he does not fast but he runs well Two young men tackled a hill a mile and a quarter longr with him They wont experience for a long Sullivan let make the pace at For a time they drew As the top of the hill was neared he drew up on He sprinted in the last 70 yards and beat out the young who starred off feeling When Sullivan has climbed briskly up half a dozen hills the drive Is finished and he runs upstairs In the barn and punches the regulation striking Some of these said punch the bag Ho stepped up gingerly and tapped the bag in the approved finicky After a oouple of blows ha missed I could never do he growled In his deepest no way to do Punch a bag the way youd punch a Thereupon Sullivan threw his leftfist at the sphere and amaahed It up against the He looked at It a then crashed his right fist against It with a mighty swinging blow that champion Faddy Ryan think a telegraph pole had fallen on his The bag flew up against the celling with a mighty The board it struck was sprung halffan Inch or do by the Im Sullivan rushed at the banged U and smashed It us If It were Ms He fought the ball for 20 min Then he took a shower bath of salt water and was again rubbed That was the last of the days Sullivans evening meal U for din ner is In the middle of the was no more only a short walk before At 9 oclock every night Sullivan Is Can Sullivan reduce himself by train Ing to a condition thiit give him a chance to defeat Bob the modern prlxefightliig king 0r John Wilson Qlbbs of New who has mads the condition ifod physi cal peculiarities of pugilists the study of says Or has measured and advised most ot the prominent pugUlgta of this Donovan Una A host ot other prominent flshters imve been under his Bull van weighs 889 have to reduce him to 190 or 180 and they cant do It without killing him if they try to make the reduc tion by violent Sullivan has passed the turning point of his He has reached the stage where the muscles when even the adipose tissues become the vitality No course of training will ever bring him back the vigor and IB years It is possible to reduce a man 100 pounds In I have done it with several but it has got to be done carefully and A physician has to watch the note their action and handle his patient From my experience I would say that a year would not be too long a time to reduce a man 100 and it might take even do It properly and eight pounds a month being a very fair average for safe HIS SLEPT Fred Tuoker Caustfa Arrest of Man He Befriended on Charge of Fred a young man employed In a Cambridge st played the part of a philanthropist a week ago last Saturday and as a result robbed of property worth Including his watch and best wearing by the young man he 4ad The alleged thief was known as Harry and had dined frequently in the restaurant where Tucker was On the night In question Tucker took Randall to his room for the and when he went to work in tho morning left Randall In the latter promising to meet him at He failed to keep his and when Tucker reached his room some time later his friend was as was also nearly all of his clothing and his Tucker had a warrant issued for Ran dalls arrest and he met him on Tremont Ha followed him until ho met a when Randall was i At the station the prisoner gave his name as Fred and claimed to live at 5 Shawmut He will be arraigned in court E M 8 Pallas Bails for Halifax June orulser Pallas of her majestys which has been stationed here during the jub7 lee qelebratlon In this will sail for Halifax Little Fred OLeary lost his life yes terday afternoon In the stagnant waters of an old pit on the old McLean insane asylum grounds in He was drowned about and half an hoUu later when his body was found and brought to the surface by the grap pling irons of the his Mr and Mrs Thomas living at 92 Somerville were notified at Ilia The boy was under 10 and among Uia playmates was a happy little fellow ot an amiable He was with a number of them early yesterday after noon when they started for the asylum The grounds are now owned by the B M railroad and are beTng slowly converted into a freight On tha northerly slope of the central hill where formerly were established all of the buildings of the two 20 feet in width and 10 feet In are Toey were formerly in the manu facture of houses being built abova Today five and six feet of sur face water remain within the The victim of the accident and hia playmates were enjoying themselves the long grass grown up about the edgoa of one of the Suddenly a cry front young followed by a apprised his comrades of what had hap They could not aid him and neither could he aid himself as the of the pit are They notified the The remains were removed to an undertakers establish TOO LATE Little Thomas French of Cambridge Drowned In Hole on Vacant Lot Yes terday Pedestrians In tho vicinity of arts carriage factory on Main Cam were starttett1 by the cries of several small boys at yesterday af The lads were very and before anything definite could be learned of the trouble 6year old Thomas French was drowned in ona of the holes left unfilled on the vacant lot oehlnd the When several men reached the hole nothing was to be seen of the body of the little It required probing to locate the and when at last it was brought tothe surface Ufa was City physician who was sum moned when the police department waa was on the spot when It was brought to the and he worked for nearly ot an hour to resuscitate the Inanimate his were The lad was the son of Timothy French of 1 Tho body was removed to the home of the Mys parents and medical examiner Swan EOXBURY GIRL KNOCKED Dr Harringtons Horse Ran Injuis intr Mies Minnie Miss Minnie Paul of 174 Chestnut was walking on the sldewalfe on Perkins near Jamaica short ly before 8 when she was knocked down by a runaway driven by Dr inspector of She received severe cuts on he head and one ear was badly A physician attended her and she was conveyed to the city hospital in tha police The Right Thing Be sure to get its the choicest article flavor is for its made from best Death of Prof De Volson NEW June De Vqlaqh professor of mechanical englneer i38 and technology at Stevens N died in that city last aged He was an authority mechanical engineering and the ot a number of books on that science OX With the pres ent great demand for artis tic colors in f urni tute we ask atten tion to our new oxblood The pigment is very makes a great glow of rich in the In tone it closely reprod famous sang du boeuf of Chinese a simulating the effect oi passed through claret 7 The pieces first Jto ing this finish to best ac1 shapti tuboureUk few drawingroom already tho a constant to have now win wareroomi for Class of 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