Boston Daily Globe, May 4, 1901

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May 04, 1901

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 4, 1901, Boston, Massachusetts COME With your Wants I gyj    for    Tomorrow’s EARLY Globe and avoid the rush. ©It (Biotic. AVOID Call Early with Tye your Wants for I rf E    Tomorrow’s RUSH    Globe, VOL LIX—NO 124. BOSTON, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 4. 1901 -FOURTEEN PAGES. COPVfUGHT. IWX. BY TUR ULOBK NKW Sr A BBK CO. PRICE TWO CENTS. if    HATS    Jf. of High arado ' ^ 4    *t    Poanfar    A>/en>    ^ $1.50, $i2, $2.50, $3 ^    vm.,    fa    ^ j( 431 Washington St Opposite Summer Street. ^ Bowdoin Square ^ Mh. Opposite Rcrer© House. X    Two    ^ " *    Storm,    x Dress Well * Save Money This Is Just what all people do who trade at WASHBURN'S. He gives them, first, tho most reliable goods; second, the lowest price; third, the most liberal credit, and fourth, a gen’ erous share of the profits. Our SPRING STOCK includes everything needed for CLOTHING OUTFIT a complete CLOTHING OUTFIT for Men, Women, Boys and Girls. Tens of thousands of people know by experience the benefits of “WASHBURN’S WAY.” Come early and avoid the Saturday crush. WASHBURN’S CLOTHING No Money on CREDIT DOWN 465 Washington St Opp. Jordan,Marsh A Co. \ Open Evenings. LOSS $15,000,000 OVER 15,000 HOMELESS Jacksonville. Fla, is Linemen Called Out by Their Union. BOYS’ DEPARTMENT We are n6w showing ourSpringand Summer stock in this department, to which we invite the attention of discriminating buyers. Boys’ top coats and reefers in Oxford mixtures and covert cloths. Boys’ two-piece school and dress suits. Boys* woollen and washable sailor and Russian suits. Youths’ (16 to 19 yrs.) covert cloth oversacks. Youths’ cheviot and serge suits, plain and in mixtures. An extensive line of negligee shirts and blouses, shirt waists and boys’ furnishings. Iii All 372 Men Are to Drop Their Wort. Demand 0-Hour Day and Wages of $3. Macular Parker Company 400 Washington St. Companies Have Refused to Grant These. Boston and Surrounding Cities Are Affected. CONTENTS OF TODAY’S GLOBE. Faire I. Jacksonville, Fla, nearly wiped out by NEW ORDER FOR PATROLMEN. They May Enter Any Place Where Liquor is Sold at Any Time to See How the Eusiness is Being Conducted. At a meeting of the board of police late yesterday afternoon, patrolmen were authorized to enter at any time the premises of any person licensed to sell intoxicating liquors in Boston to ascertain the manner in which such person conducts his business, and to preserve order qnd do all other acts which patrolmen are authorized by statutes to perform. the SEEN AT AUEQUIPA. Dr the Gtill’s Comet Observed from Harvard Station in Peru. A telegram has been received at the Harvard college observatory from Its station at Arequipa, Peru, stating that a very bright CLpmet was seen at ll hours, 35 minutes, Greenwich mean time, in R, A. 3 hours, 30 minutes, and declination I". This Is presumably the comet nounced by Dr Gill April 24, 1001. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, May 3—Forecast for Saturday and Sunday: For New England, fair Saturday and Sunday, warmer Sunday; fresh northwesterly winds, diminishing. Local forecast for Boston and vicinity: Saturday, fair weather, light westerly winds. Sun day, fair and warmer; light and variable winds. The temperature as registered in the following cities at 8 o’clock last evening:    Savannah    86°,    Portland 46°, St Paul 74°, Tampa 74°, Chicago 46°, New York 54°, Denver 48°, St Louis 74°, Omaha 72°, Galveston 72°, Washington 64°, Salt Lake City 46°. The temperature yesterday, as indicated by the thermometer at Thompson’s spa: 3am 49°, Gam 60°, 9am 62°, 12 m 53°, 3pm 54°, 6pm 53°, 9pm 60®, 12 mid 48®; average temperature yesterday 51 1-21°. The Globe’s forecast for Sunday and Monday:    Sunday,    fair;    clear    weather is indicated; warmer, with light variable winds. Monday promises to continue fair, seasonably warm. The threatened strike of the linemen employed by the various electric light and telephone companies is on, not single company having granted the demands of Eleetrioal workers Union 104 for a nine-hour day and $3 a (lay pay. It is expected that 372 men will be involved, employes of the following companies; New England telephone and telegraph, employing 150 men; Boston cie vated railway, 120 men; Boston electric light company, 22 men; Brookline electric light company, 16 men; Suburban gas and electric light company, IO men; Quincy electric light company, 14 men; Cambridge electric light company, IO men; Malden electric light company, ll men; Somerville electric light company 9 men.    * The strike really began yesterday at Beachmont. where six of the linemen, employed by the Suburban gas and electric light company, quit work after having been notified that their demands would not be granted. These tnen did not wait for orders from the union to strike. They notified the management of the company that they could not work for their present schedule, and that unless the new schedule was granted they would cease work. After some further discussion six of the men refused to go on, and orders were sent out to hire new men. It is believed by the company that the places of the strikers will be filled this morning. The men employed on the emergency wagons of the Boston elevated will remain at work until ll a rn today, when, if an amicable understanding Is not reached, they will stop work. At 7 this morning it is confidently stated that all linemen will be out. The meeting of electrical workers’ union 104 last night was the longest and liveliest ever held. It was in continuous session until 2:30 this morning and the hall was packed all the time. The debates were in most cases calm, but tho speakers were determined in their insistence on a strike because of the failure of the companies to recognize the union, to grant any concessions to the men or to arbitrate the dispute before any impartial tribunal. GAVE HIM A BOUQUET. J. P. Morgan Presented $10 OOO to a Hospital in Franc* ^ AIX-LES-BAINS, France, May 3— J. Pierpont Morgan has donated §10,000 to the local hospital and the municipality has marked its appreciation of the gift by presenting him with a magnificent bouquet, Mr Morgan and Mr Andrew' Carnegie have had several conferences. Blew His Head Off. WINSTED, Conn, May 3--Wlth a double-barrelled shot gun. which he borrowed from his brother, Frank Segar, aged 21, son of Martin Begar of Canton, committed suicide yesterday afternoon by blowing his head off. One side of his head was blown completely off, and one eye was picked up several yards away from his body. No cause for the deed can be assigned. fire; loss may reach *15.000,000; 15,000 persons homeless. Bartlett begins the argument for the defence in the Eastman case; claim that shooting was homicide by misad venture or accident; court rules out the grand jury notes. Strike of the linemen is now on, vote having been taken at 2 this morning. Page 2. Boston & Albany freight clerks, hen dlers and truckers becoming uneasy Mrs Rathbun found guilty of murder in second degree for poisoning husband Hart, her paramour, sentenced to jail John Hasltp shot at New Britain Conn, by Charles D. Ellis, and may die Charles Lippart, young Pittsburg mil llonaire, married Winifred* Evans., bal let girl, after two days’ courtship. Page 3, Experimental trains on the Washing ton st L road making fast time. Three Andover men entered for the Princeton interscholastic championships today. Boardman, Yale’s crack sprinter, in jures a leg and will not compete against Harvard May ll. Hugh Bancroft returns to the Harvard varsity squad and rows at No. 6, Death of little Anita Spallone at Wat erbury caused by death of young sister and mother’s excessive grief. Sharkey knocks out Fred Russell in fourth round. Page 4. National league games; Boston beaten by New York. American league games; Boston beaten by Washington. Opening games in Interscholastic and Preparatory baseball leagues. Page 5. Juror Grant much better; counsel Bartlett’s exact words; court will probably ait today. Page <1. House begins to clean up matters; IO of 45 bills on the table assigned or re jected; 500-mile railway ticket bill to be considered. ’’Richelieu” given by students of different local colleges. Quincy high school pupils produce the epic tragedy "Dido.” Fire damage of *20,000 to the Brookline mansion of Larz Anderson. Suits and counter suits of Joseph Banl-gan and estate and rubber trust settled. Dinner of the Bowdoin club of Bos ton. Another house in Somerville In broad daylight. Page 7. President McKinley receives a con-tiuuous ovation on trip through Texas-Austin has record crowd on first visit of President t.o city. Technology students produce "The Grand Duke.” Will of Miss Mary Shannon of New ton bequeaths about *123,000 to public institutions. robbed festival rehearsaI for Mrs Butler’s May missing from his James T. Lenehan home in Everett. P« are S. Alderman Gerry protests against the nomination of Berwin as assessor; the latter’s reply. Vaudeville show at the Brighton high school. charity In Boston Established 1823. WILSON WHISKEY That’s All! Oranges sold for bring good prices. Arlington officials pursue their investigation In connection with the recent fire and robbery at the town hall. Chief Justice Holmes and wife offer a carving, made by Mrs Holmes, to tile city of Gloucester. Clew to the. identity of the Halifax suicide contained in a telegram. Page I). Financial and commercial news. Weekly review of trade. News of the harbor front; the Commonwealth brings in 1037 steerage passengers. Phillips adds $150,000 to his bank account by the rise in corn. Decision regarding the American Legion of Honor of great interest in fraternal insurance circles. Prices in the retail markets. Page IV. A dally lesson in history. Page :ll. New board of trade building will be erected at State, Broad, India and Central sts. Real estate transactions. Body of John P. Webber Jr, Bowdoin student, drowned Wednesday, not yet recovered. Worcester tragedy recalled by the death of Thomas Callahan. Rev Neil Andrews Jr resigns the pastorate of the East Baptist church, Lynn; accepted on the spot, ,    Page lit. Important auction sales of horses and carriages. Page 14. Nelson Jones, charged with murder of Ida Fosburgh by poisoning, held for grand jury on charge of attempt to procure criminal operation; on charge of murder he was discharged. & KOELLNER, Street, B*«tfrn, New England Distributors. ELBRECHT SSS to SOS A IN EXECUTIVE SESSION. Nearly Wiped Out MISADVENTURE OR ACCIDENT. By Fire Yesterday. SIX LIVES REPORTED LOST. To Such the Death of Grogan Was Due, is The Claim of the Defence. 2>£f> JAtrrff Eastman*mnnauntcT pp Sijj/eti fb -      - *)?p Co ttrf/ -    mfd    fat    JwXf a into* pointe Cr.wd BAY ST, JACKSONVILLE’S BUS NESS THOROUGHFARE. One Hundred and Thirty Blocks Destroyed, Including 1300 Houses —Extent of Casualties Not Yet Known -in Ashes Terrors. Magnificent Buildings Explosions Add to the JACKSONVILLE •Fla, May 4-1 a m~ The most disastrous fire In the history of this city began yesterday shortly after noon in a small factory, from a defective wire, according to the best belief, and burned for nearly IO hours. In that time a property damage estimated from $10,000,000 to $15,000,000 was caused. According to the city map 130 blocks were burned, many of them in the heart of the business and residence section. Theestimate-of houses to the block is IO, hence 1300 of them went up in smoke. Many of the finest public and private buildings were destroyed, including hotels, theatre, churches aud residences. The casualties cannot be accurately estimated tonight. That there were several seems to be well authenticated. Among them was that of the fire chief who sustained a bad fall. The mayor ordered all-of the saloons closed and has Impressed; help to clear the wreck-age. Mayor Bowden at I o’clock this morning says the property loss will exceed $15,(KXI,OOO, From 10,000 to 15,000 people are homeless. The width of the desolated area is 13 Dlooks. Within this space practically everything is blackened ruins. At 10:15 the fire was under control, having practically burned itself out. The suburban settlements, with the exception of La Villa, are. intact. La Villa was badly hurt. The extent of the damage cannot be told until tomorrow. Thousands of persons are on the streets tonight with practically all of their worldly possessions upon their backs. The depots, of the railroads, situated in the southeastern section, have been turned into temporary lodging houses and hospitals. Bishops of th© Methodist Episcopal Church Continue Meeting. PORTLAND, Me, May 3—The bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church continued their semiannual meeting today, and were in session several hours. Bishop Merrill presided. The morning session was devoted to a discussion of the plan for the proposed Episcopal visitation. especially to India, and then the bishops went into executive session. POM ME RY CHAMPAGNE is the standard owing to its inimitable quality. THE HAYWARD 16, 18, 20, 22, 26 HAYWARD PLACE. TABLE D'HOTE DINNER Inc luding a Pint Bottle of Wine, 75c. PHOM 0.30 TO 8.30 P. M. Cuisine Unexcelled. A La Carte a Specialty. Luckily the weather is fine, so that there will be no suffering on that score. Meetings of the city council, the commercial bodies and the charitable Institutions will be called, Saturday morning to devise ways and means for meeting the situation. It is hoped that an appeal can be avoided. FLAMES HUNDRED FEET HIGH. Desperate but Unavailing Efforts Made to Save Windsor and St James Hotels —Terrible Rapidity of Fire’s Spread. JACKSONVILLE, Fla, May 3—Jacksonville experienced today the most disastrous fire in its existence. The buildings on the entire length of Beaver st, from Davis st to the creek on Liberty st, have been totally destroyed. This is 14 solid blocks of residences. From the same distance Ashley and Church sts have both been completely blotted • out. When the fire reached Bridge st in its eastward course it enveloped in flames three blocks—Duval, Monroe and th© north side of Adams, burning un that entire section of the city and ruining 14 blocks to the Duval-st bridge. The conflagration has burned over, as far as is definitely known, a distance 2Ms miles long by a half-mile wide. At Julia st the fire was a roaring furnace, without any prospect of being put under control. The local military companies were called out to keep back tho crowds. The fire department began to use dynamite to blow up a house a block from Continued on tlic^Second Page, FRENCH’S NEAPOLITAN QUARTET Eig, Vincenxo Portonom Tenor. Estimates furnished for large or small dinner parties, i‘0 private dining rooms. d3t inyk Summer Street TA z rn jA /or Si mrs af fir fat doors di/sn cpi nut Affar tAt neon ness* . “They Were Two Boys Together”—“Eastman Had No Intention at Any Time to Do Bodily Harm to Grogan”—Lawyer Bartlett Makes Eloquent Opening in Eastman’s Behalf — Juror Grant Much Better, and Trial Will Probably Be Resumed This Morning. SUMMARY OF THE DAY’S EVENTS. The Court sustained its previous ruling, excluding from the evidence in chief of the commonwealth the testimony of Charles R. Eastman before the grand jury. Will the defense put the defendant on the witness stand at this trial? The commonwealth finished That Eastman accidentally discharged the old rlm-flre revolver. That Eastman “believed” that he had accidentally shot Grogan with the ancient weapon. That Grogan, not wounded, but frightened beyond all reason by the accidental discharge commonwealth its introduction of direct evi- of the old rim-fire revolver, thereupon made a sudden attack with his own pearl-handled revolver upon Eastmah. That Eastman accidentally shot Grogan in the contention It would certainly seem that the very large increase already so noticeable in our spring commands must argue heavily in favor of our enlarged, superseded series. TODAY we should like to have you feel the pulse of the best pleasure carriage creations by promenading through our warerooms. You will be repaid and we shall endeavor to help explain details. HOTEL. ITALY WH I mONO/*Y, MAY 6th. SSU“ The French Carriage Company FERDINAND F, FRENCH, J-'UStgUt'l DU1IUCI a, J>ISU I UU IV* », 83 & 85 Summer Street. dence. Mr. Bartlett, delivering the opening address to the jury in behalf of the prisoner, talked for two solid hours and will| speak again today in continua-1 tion. Elias Y. Grant, a juror, was j seized with a chill and the afternoon session of the court was suspended. | Aft Easy Winner Continued on tile Fifth Fane. THE DEFENCE AS OUTLINED. W. Bartlett, repre-Charles R. Eastman, Charles Benting charged with murder, in his opening address to the jury yesterday, which was clit.off by the illness of a juror, barely touched upon the critical moments of the tragedy in the hen-yard. His few words, carefully scrutinized, seem to set forth the claims of the defendant at the bar as follows: The Remnant and Second SALE -OF THE- AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS CO, -AT- 101 Summer Street, Begins MONDAY, MAY So Look for Our Announcement Sunday. 250,000 yards of dress goods and woolens, to be sold at less than cost to manufacture. — Marksman 3°’ Cigar, Beats All Other 5-Oetit Cigars. It’s Iii the lo-eent class. .. Union Made, .... Try One. Look for the name "Marksman” stamped en each one that is genuine. McGREENERY BROS. Si MANNING Makers, Boston. H. W. HUGULEY COMPANY has removed from 169 Blackstone street to 134 Canal street, Boston. REOPENING MAY SII. Hotel Cecil (Formerly Gould’s Hotel) Washington Street, opposite Essex Adjoining Park Theatre, BOSTON. EUROPEAN PLAN, W. H. LA POINTE & CO. _  dfjiiSt    my    4 Ifs Easy toSmoke Sui ISit'd to hind o C’Zo.r Thai is ALWAYS Uniform. Electric Cig' Can always be distinguished bv I rich aroma found only in this fan All D eaters Sell Them. 3 ii ;

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