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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 13, 1900, Boston, Massachusetts the of The Daiiy Glotk RENT YOUR ROOMS Through the Columns of The Daily PRICE TWO BY TUB OtOBE DECEMBER 1900FOURTEEN PAGES ALFRED Ic Goes fioni Ilwulminrlprs to Station BOON Wlm Goes to IIenilmuutei8 JOSEPH win Do Duty hi Dlvtsioli VOL LYniNO THURSDAY Not satisfied with wrecking the lives of men and the demon of nervousness reaches out Cross words in tlie home warp the mind of the child spasmodic correction stirs up rebellion unreliable judgment does lasting Greenes Nervura blood and remedy calms the nerves of mothers and and shows them the wrong they Perhaps the mother is per haps in constant Greenes Nervura would set her promptly on the way to the father has Some chronic trouble and needs the strengthening and toning up that is found in this great reme Both father and mother may be under greatstrain of financial worry if Nervurb will help It i will give them calm judgment and assist them over the rough Bringing up chil dren is a great re sponsibility you cant evade i you CONTENTS OF QLOBE nig in the Boston t police de sutoldo was Sidney who was in love with Mrs Anita Vlvanti Chartres his which was would not consent to his marriage with a Pngje Canopy over Plymouth rook defaced Danoo the Chelsea NatlqnoHst convention In Will oC the late Senator Davis elves all to his wife whole1 estate 6nly Isaac driver of a brewery run over and Puge What Somerville clergymen think of the curfew Death of Nicholas Weber of Third day of the New Bedford strike no change in the Light vote in Nova Scotia byeelec Colombiangovernment troops achieve several victories and return the steamer keep yourself in a physical and mental condition to If you are ailing and nervous you cannot do but with the of Greenes Nervura blood and great be 142 VorAr I was norvoua for four so that I could do I wont to but none could belp I read so much In tUo papers about Greenes Nervura blood and nerve remedy tbnt I thought I woujd try After first bottle I so I used a couple oC bottles and now I am right J thank Greeiioa Norvura ixr the good It did I also hnvo two little girls who weak to whom I gave Greenes It then 80 much cood that I cannot be thankful It made tbom well and and they nre thanks to this Wonderful heal toy and Before I took Greenes Korrnra 1 could not eat or I could not do mv but nov I am like a different I give this testimonial that other sufferers may read It and know the good Nervura did mo anfl my Nervura will help your It is a purely vegetable preparation and helps Nature tiring out the latent powers of the body and Your children probably carne into the world inheriting nervous ten Dont let them go through your hard Get yourself in trim and do the rightthing for the The welltrodden way and the means are here make use of If you are not certain that Nervura alone is what you consult He will For the Blood and Write to Greene for Free Advice tell you at as your case is not new to 1 He has seen thousands just like He has helped and he wijl Jajp It at a distance and cant call at Greenes 34 Temple Placej you can write him all about and he will give you his advice in either case without and Gettingit All NKW doc Is reported here on what Is believed to bc reliable that the Yorkjockey clubwllbnot give Tod Sloan license until the Kngllsli jockey club changes its attitude to ward the la said that official statement will be given but that name will not be Inserted In thelist of jockeys licensed for High Grade Hair Uresses Portieres and All these great Port land but some escaped dam We have to vacate our store for repairs in 6 so have made prices that will sell the goods at 182 Portland at 3 oclock in the NewMusic Every thing in the Musical Instm ment line at prices which defy the best place in Boston to Phonographs and Have you heard the wonderful Concert Graphophone at the Our Ony The BIG Tremont NEW They Celebrate the Boston Tea Party With a Luncheon at Which Mrs Mc Nutt Causes a NEW Dec hundred and sixty New England of the Na tional society celebrated the Boston tea party luncheon today at From oysters to read the In vitation ofat least one witty and the onlywoman whofailed to ac cept the challenge was Julia Ward Mrs William Tod Helmuth appealed to the honesty of tne sex In unholdlng the justice of the Mrs Henrv appointed by the eovernoi to recresent New Jersey the Pan urging a specla said It behooved the New Eng land to prove there were some Americans In Mrs Howard McNutts address pro duced a momentary chill sha said Mrs McNutt is tlio president of feels hon ored in such ancient and ven erable And hardly cleared the atmosphere when she thatvenerable applied totheir ARRESTED FOR Seavey Captured in East Boston Early This iHlice arrested at this morn Franklin of 2 Brooks charged with breaking and entering the barber shop of Van 1C Saratoga and the larceny of a lot of tobacco and THE WASHINGTON Bee 12Forecast fo Thursday and Frl day For New England Snow and warme Friday with fair Ii prooablj snow iati souihorr portion be corning high south westerly Thursday For eastern York a r m e with ral or except fal in extreme southern Friday snow an colder brisk to hig southwesterly wind Is a Most Acceptable i tfi Boyistan Ladies Sumptuous Christ mas Oak Shuman Corner Local wit rising temperature southwest winds increasing in prc ceded in the morning by colder westerly The temperature as indl cated by the thermometer at Thomp sons spa Sam Cam 9 a m 21 12 m 3pm 6pm 9 p m 1 mid 25 average temperature yesterday The temperature as registered In the following cities at 8 last evening New York Washington Jacksonville Mobile Galveston Clevelan St Paul Salt Lake Eastpor Bloek island Atlanta Tampr St Louis Cincinnati Chicago Duluth Denver Portland It Philadelphia Globes forecast for Friday and Sat clearing and colde with brisk to high west t northwest probabl continued fair weather without decidei change in winds general Take it clear or with a sparklini tis Dewars Scotch Quarterly eommimloatlonof the Brand idge of Masons In Mr ami Mrs CharlesHanson of Low 1 celebrate 60th anniversary of their Page Ball of the employes of the American et and twine company at Bast Cam rid Mrs Emmet Wickham of Port Jer is commits suicide husband aaysi ho ounil a man in her bedroom some hours Presentation of a bust of himself to ev Fr OCallaghan of South Throe Eosllndale men Charged with Qen Alger has an encounter with a Observance of the centennial of the apltol at Washington elaborate cere and eloquent Hosults of roller polo games in the Massachusetts and Ulalne Joseph Manley declines the com nisslonershlp of Internal Annual meeting of Massachusetts Hvislon of tho Medford club minstrel Pagre Commissioner Dore will ask for ouht also Mrs Daniel Byrne Dr Courtney Dyar will call alder men to order Worcester a domo ratic Mr and Mra Nathan Ellis of Harwich celebrate golden1 J6hn Pattis favorite Thomas who fought in South talks of his Meeting of the Cambridge Pnee Two leaders In at New York hold their own intense In and crowded at Madison sq Bostons cup defender probably will be as far as the plans are In 10 Wedding in Washingtonof Dr Will Melville XI S and daughter of Admiral Meeting of league players present their given a hearing raid on American league Bowling in the Amateur league can dlepln and other li Weekly shoot at Walnut Hill of Mas sachusetts rifle Dinner of the Boston uni versity Marriage of Mabel Barnaby Con rad in Switzerland recalls a noted trag edy In this Financial and commercial Death at N of Augustus F ago well known as a po liceman in Pajff c A dally lesson In history The firs savings bank In the United States was in Boston in Page Session of the of cbnventloi at Real estate Mrs Apthorps crusade against the antilheater hat Meeting of the Boston association composed of Unlversalist Page News of the harbor PUKO Important sales of anc Committee of 25 the public to its action on the loan bill members pledged to secrecy inquiry regarding job Coach Lewis and Billy Garrison give football talk before and Oi s junior Wranglers of Harvard tie Icated by Holy Cross In joint August Belmont very Sir Michael HicksBeach and SI Mathcw White Ridley elevated to tin New York supreme court judge rules that a woman should be home by mid Only four counties in New York wen for Prof Marshall Henshaw of Anihers Death of a Norwalk SOUTH Dec Brainard editor of the Nor walk died at his homo here to night at a few minutes before 11 oclock Death came nor M Maples illness had most grave for several days past the end was thought to be but a ques lion of a short No better remedy for consumptiv tendencies than Lung Have you visited the power plant of the Bos ton Electric Light Its the largest and most uptodate in the Call at our of fice and get a wonderfully interesting and We furnish Incandes cent and Arc also Power for every A to our office and oar representitire irlll Boston Electric Light 74 AMES MRS ANITA VIVANTJ Anita Vivanti a Catholic and a Would Have Been His Day Was Fixed and the Brides Trousseau NEW Dec 12Tlie reason Sid ney a wealthy exporter of this killed himself in a hotel in Port last was revealed to He shot himself because he could not marry the woman he Anita a beautiful and tal ented author and Mr Samuels Rabbi who is looked ou us the head of the Jewish church in Great bitterly opposed the marriage of his son to Mrs on the ground of difference In their Mrs Chartres Is Cath Yielding to the plea of his Mr broke off his engagement to Mrs Chartres almost on tho evo of the day set for their Prom that day he was a changed He lost all Interest In life and became so melan choly that his brothers employed a man to watch him lest lie commit In order to get rid of this espionage Sidney Samuel recently had feigned a more cheerful and when he went to Portland he was There is lit tle doubt that he went thither purposely to kill He was found dead on Tuesday morn Ing in his room at the AVest End a bullet through his right His right hand clutched a Ho had destroyed his Fragments of one written a 1emlnlne hand were so mutilated they could not be placed Mrs Chartres obtained a divorce from her John a news paper correspondent arid in South two years While in this city Mr Chartres had an office at 13 West 28lh st It was said at that address today that Chartres was now in Cause of This Action is the Desire to Have Young and Active Men in the Detective Patrolmen Selected for Work There Inspectors Are Not Reduced in Rank Will Continue in Old Line of Changes to Come Five Policemen Also rBovox ACCOUNT AT THE BLANK BOCK Beale ION and 110 Wellington Corner Elm The Sidneys went to England from where ha was and married an Entfllsh His Sidney and emigrated to America and started tho exporting firm of Samuels Bros at 54 this later established himself In the City of Sidney managed the New York Another came from London to assist and a fourth the young opened a branch house In Tlie firm prospered and came Into prominence by financing and engineer ing the deal whereby the Oaxuca Monterey railroad was established In Sidney Samuel was a scholar and mu as well as a keen man of hnsl He was familiar with the litera ture of a dozen and could speak seven languages He was also a of Fond of spent a considerable nortlon of each year away from New Met in It was whllo in Paris two years scon after Mrs Chartres had obtained her that he met tho woman who had such an influence on his She was Ihlng there with her fiyearold devoting herself to Similarity of quickly cemented a llrm friendship between Mrs Chartres and Mr The an the beauty of the lectual typo of her Mr short in but of athletic and a mine of Information and appeared to fascinate ond they were soon deeply In When Sidney broached the subject of his love to he met with a storm of His the threatened him with his curse If he did not relinquish his project to many Mrs His brothers vtre equally as All the conservatism of the Jewish faith was brought to bear to Induce Sidney to give up his the young student said he would rather part with life itself than with the wom an whom he leclared he loved ocyond all else in the His family at last Induced him to return to bis busi ness In New Here in the rush of work Sidney tried to forget the brilliant woman whose soul he had found to bo akin to He could net do He wrote to and she He did not attempt to con ceal the fact that they He said simply that he could not forget would as long as there was life in bis body and she remained true to Ho went to Paris again and It was late in Mny of this year that Mrs Chartres visited America had not been hero since she ob tained her She went to tne Fifth av and her suite there cost her KM a During the month of June dresses and goods arrived at tho hotel addressed to the bills for which amounted to about The bills were paid by the clerks as fast as pre The goods were for her trous for she and Mr Samuel had at laot Bostons1 detective bureau was reor ganized Four including Joseph tho veteran thief and In spectors James Collins and John Howard of the bank wore trans ferred from the detective bureau to sta where they do duty In the fu The Other Joseph is alsp transferred to Atfrfd la as signed for duty at a To take the places of the men trans ferred seven young and active men arc The explanation for tho reorganisation Is that Boston needs young and active such as have to cope with tho dangerous professional who now Icarna his trudo as a mechanic does and who operates In a skilful In no Way dothe com missioners criticise tho men who have been Appreciation of their long service Is shown by the commis sioners In transferring them to stations without reducing them In which transfers live pa besides creating a change In tho personnel of the detective reads Inspector John Howard from bu reau of criminal Investigation to divi sion 9 and assigned for duty there as Inspector Joseph from bu reau of criminal Investigation to divi sion Mr duty there as Inspector James from bu reau of criminal Investigation to divi sion and assigned for duty there In Joseph from bu reau crtlmlnal Investigation to divi sion 4 and forduty there as from division 3 to division 18 Chester from 4 to 14 John from i to Dennis from VI to 4 John from H to 4 Alfred from bureau oC criminal Investigation to The following named patrolmen are relieved from duty at the respective stations where they now are and as signed for duty at the bureau of crim inal investigation Patrolmen William division 1 William division 4 Edward division 4 Michael division 0 Daniel division 7 Ainsley Arm division and Qoorjje Pat Continued on the Third A Big The order was iHsufid by tho pollca commissioners late yesterday attornoon ami wan read ut rollcall in each station at It camo as a surprise to every For weeks it had been known thmt the contemplated send ing young blood to tho detective but a reorganization of the bureau by transferring the veterans of the office was not dreamed With the exception of the commissioners autl Ohlof Inspector no not even the sureri6r were aware of the chango until the ordcr was The order Issued yesterday IK but the There are cither men In the bureau who have also acrved many years as it can bo said on are to go later New men will nil their It rests with the commissionersto say when thn change shall It may occur within a month and It may bo delayed several can bo said that tho com missioners are In youhs1 men and will irtako tho changes when a fav orable opportunity following the order from the oommlisslonors Chief Inspector Vfatts issued an order to hla force Which looks tis If H would be an Im Tho order details Inspectors Park Mahony and Charles CHlddmi to night duty at the Heretofore tho Inspectors have taken turns nt sleeping in the time1 has1 been at It The men slept there and subject to itajls at all hours of the In the fu ture the officeis expected to be busy at night as in the day With tho the streets at night many arrests are expected to take Tho two Inspectors assigned for night dirty are expected to till the same place that a lieutenant does at a any city Ms one the most Important branches In order to cope with the dangerous criminals we havegot to have men who arc well postea and who can keep pace with the A growing city Is liable at any time to be visited by dangerous professional thieves who are driven from other TO be pre pared to handle this class ofcvlminals I believe wo should have hardy fellows who can stand the hard and who If obliged to can go Continued oil the Second AH8igmil to Dlvlelon Both tho order of tho commissioners and chief inspector so into effoct At this morning tho special oflicurs from stations to will appear before Chief Watty Cor Instructions and will be as signed to their Irst Just what positions they will be assigned to Is not yot Tho chief will announce them this The transferred In spectors will receive their orders from the various captains of the various sta Chief Watts Why wua the detective bureau reor ganized Chief Inspector Watts was asked by a Globe reporter last For the past 21 years I have been at tached to the detective During that tlmo I have associated myself with prominent thief catchers all over the and have had 11 great many in terviews with them relative to the best und safest way to cope with the profes sional It has always been my and Is and is also the idea of other police officials throughout the that the detective bureau of Established Thats All ALBRECHT ft 295 te 305 A New Uocland Has been the favorite brand for more than half a Its fine qual delicate flavor and absolute purity have won for it the foremost posi tion over all This Whiskey is distilled at on the Monongahela Erected NEW ENGLAND 160 and 162 State A Leather Screen is a sort of social It tells you that its owner is a man of or else that he has reached that comfortable stage of prosperity where he can afford to gratify a refined Our general line of screens Includes stout white oak covered in plain art These sell for A finer effect is our 3fold solid mahogany In plain suitable for unpreten tious dining at We make a specialty this season of screens in with Dutch scenery and at made in our own Paine Furniture DRAPERIES AND 48 Canal St
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