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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 4, 1901, Boston, Massachusetts With yom Wants for Tomorrows Globe and avoid the AVOID Cal1 Early your Wants for Tomorrows YOL LIXNO SATURDAY MAY 1901FOURTEEN BY PRICE TWO f ratio at Pajicifasr Pifees Opposite Summer Opposite EcTtre Two Storoa We are nbw showing our Spring and Summer stock in this to we invite the attention dis criminating Boys top coats and reefers in Ox ford mixtures and covert Boys tworpiece school and dress Boys woollen and sailor am Russian Youths 16 to 19 covert cloth Youths Cheviot and serge plain and in An extensive line of negligee shirts and shirt waists and boys furnishings 400 NEW ORDER FOR I They May PlaceWhere Liquor is Sold at Any Time to See HoW the Easiness is Being At a meeting of the board of police late 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 ills and to preserve order and do all other acts which patrolmen are authorized by the statutes to SEEN AT Dr Gills Comet Observed from the Station in A telegram has been received at the Harvard college observatory from its station at stating that a very bright comet was seen at 11 35 Greenwich mean in 3 and declination This Is presumably the comet an nounced by Dr Gill April A THE May for Saturday and Sun day For New fair Saturday and warmer K u n a y fresh ho r t h w e s t e r 1 y Local forecast for Boston and vicin ity fair light west erly Sun fair and warmer light and variable The temperature as registered in the followingcities at 8 oclock last even ing Savannah Portland Bt Paul Tampa Chicago New York Denver St Louis Omaha Galveston Washington Salt Lake The temperature as indi cated by the thermometer at Thomp sons spa 3 a m G a in 9am 12 m 3 p m 6pm 9pm 12 mid average temperature yes terday 01 The Globes forecast for Sunday ant Monday fair clear weathei is Indicated with light variable Monday promises to continue This Is Just what all people do who trade at WASH He gives the most reliable goods the lowest price the most llbera and a gen erous share of the Our SPRING STOCK Includes needed for a com plete CLOTHING OUTFIT for Boys and Tens of thousands of people Know by experience the benefits Of WASHBURNS Come early and avoid the Saturday Open E IS Linemeii Called Out by their In All 372 to Drop Ttelr fort 051 our Day and Wages ol Companies Have Refused to Grant Boston and Surrounding Cities Are CONTENTS OF TODAYS nearly wiped out by firs loss may reach persons Bartlett begins for the defence in the Eastman case claim is that shooting was homicide by misad venture or accident court rules out grand jury Strike of the linemen is now vote havingbeen taken at 2 this Boston Albany freight han dlers and truckers Mrs Rathbun found guilty of murder in second degree for poisoning hupband her sentenced to John Haslip shot at New by Charles and may Charles youngPlttsburg mil married bal let after two days The threatened strike of the linemen employed by the various electric light and telephone companies not a single hayinggranted de mands of Electrical for a ninehour day and a It is expected that 372 men will be In employes of the com panies New England telephone and tele employing 1DO menBoston ele vated 120 men electric men Brookline elec tric light IB men Suburban gas and electric light 30 men Quincy electric light 14 men Cambridge electric light 10 men Maiden electric light 11 men Somerville electric light 9 The strike began yesterday fit where six of the employed by the Suburban gas avid electric light quit work after having1 been notified that their de mands would not be These inert did not wait for orders from the union to They notified the management of the company that they could not work for their present and that tinless the new schedule was granted they would coase After some further discussion six of the men refused to go and orders were sent out to hire new It is believed by the company that the places of the strikers will be filled this morn The men employed on emergency wagons of the Boston elevated will re main work until 11 a m if an undmstandine Is not they will stop At 7 this morningit Is confidently stated that all linemen will be The meeting of electrical workers union 104 last was the longeBt and liveliest ever It was in continu ous session until this morning and the hall all the The debates were in most cases but the speakers were determined in their Insistence on a strike because of the failure of the companies to recog nizo the to grant any concesfilons to the men or to arbitrate tho dispute before any impartial GAVE KIHI A Hoigran Presented to a Hospital in PranCv May Pierpbnt Morgan has donated to the local hospital and the munici pality baa marked its appreciation of the gift by presenting him with a mag nificent Mr Morgan and Mr Andrew Carnegie have had several con Blew His Head May a doublebarrelled shot which hn borrowed from his Frank aged son of Martin Segar of commit ted suicide yesterday afternoon by blowing his head One side of his head WIE blown completely and one eye was picked up stviral yards away from his No cause for the deed can be Established ThafsAII SU5 to 805 A Kew England Experimental trains on the Washing ton st L road making fast Three Andover men entered for the Princetbn interscholastlc championships Yales crack in jures a leg and will not compete against Harvard May Hugh Bancroft returns to Harvard varsity squad and rows at Death of little Anita Spallone at Wat erbury caused by death of young sister and mothers excessive Sharkey knocks out Fred Russell in fourth Page National league games Boston beaten by New American league games Boston beaten by Opening games in Intersoholastlc and Preparatory Juror Grant much better counsel BartletUs exact words court will prob ablyait Pnije begins to clean matters 10 of to bills on the table assigned or re jected 500mile railway ticket bill to be Richelieu given by students of dif ferent local Quincy high school pupils produce the epic tragedy Fire damage of to the Brookltne mansion of Lara Suits and counter suits of Joseph Banl gan and estate and rubber trust Dinner of the Bowdoin club of Bos Another house in Somerville robbed in broad President McKlnley receives a con tiuuous ovation on trip through Texas Austln has record crowd on first vllt of President to Technology students produce The Grand Shannoh of New Dress rehearsal for Mrs Butlers May James Lenehan missing from his home in Alderman Gerry protests against the nomination of Berwln as assessor the latter s Vaudeville show nt the Brighton high Oranges sold for charity in Boston bring good Arlington officials pursue their invest igation in connection with the recent flre and robbery at the town Chief Justice Holmes and wife offer d made Sy Mrs to the city of Clew to identity of the Halifax suicide contained in a PsiRe Financial and commercial Weekly review of News of tho harbor front the monwealth brings in 10H7 steerage Phillips adds to his bank count by the rise in Decision regarding the American gion of Honor of great interest in ternal insurance Prices in the retail PllftC A dally lesson in om pas New board of trade building vrlli be erected at India and Cen tral Heal estate Body of John Webber drowned not yet Worcester tragedy recalled by the death ot Thomas Rev Neil Andrews resigns the pas torale of the East Baptist church Lynn accepted on the ere BAY JACKSONVILLES One Hundred and Thirty Blocks De Including 1300 Houses of Casualties Not Yet Known Magnificent Buildings in Add to the May 41 a m Tihe most disastrous fire in the history of this citybegan yesterday shortly after noon in a small from a defective to the best be and burned for nearly 10 In that time a property damage estimated from was According to the city map ISO blocks were many of them In the heart of the business and residence The estimateof houses to the block is hence 1300 of them went up in Maniy of the finest public and private buildings were includingho churches and The casualties cannot lie accurately estimated That there were sev eral to well Among them was of the lire chief who sustained a bad The mayor ordered all of the saloons closed and has to clear the wreck Mayor Bowtlen at 1 oclock this morn ing says the property loss will exceod From to people are Tho width the desolated area is IS Within this space practically everything IB blackened At the flre was under having practically burned Itself suburban with the execu tion of are Villa was The extent of the damage cannot be told until Thousands of personsare on the streets tonight with practically all of their worldly possessions upon their The of the situ ated In the southeastern have been turned into temporary lodging houses and the weather is so that there will be no suffering on that Meetings of the city the com mercial and the charitable insti tutions will be morning to devise ways and means for meeting tho Jt is hoped that an ap peal can be Important auction sales of horses and Nelson charged with murder of Ida Kosburgh by held for grand jury on charge of attempt to procure criminal operation on charge of murder he was IN EXECUTIVE Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church Continue Jlay bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church con tinued their meeting and were in session several Merrill 1 ie morning sension VMS devoted in a discussion of the pi it u for the proposed vis especially tti and then the bishops wvnl Into executive POAUMKRY CHAMPAGNE in the owing to its inimitable THE 26 HAYWARD TABLE DHOTE DINNER luilutlluc n Pint liottlo ot TO Cuielne A 1ft Cartt1 a NEAPOLITAN QUARTET furnitihtU fur Bimill Jiuiug FLAMES HUNDRED FEET Desperate but Unavailing Efforts Made to Save Windsor and St James Hotels Rapidity of Fires May sonville experienced today the most dis astrous flre in Its ings on the entire length of BeavW from Davis st to the creek on Liberty have been totally This Is H solid blocks of Prom the same distance Ashley and Church sts have both been completely blotted When the lire reached Brldgo si In iis eastward course it en veloped In flames three Monroe and tho north side of burning ui that entire of the city and riiiiUns 11 blocks to the Duval st The conflagration has burned as far as is definitely a distance miles long by a halfmile At Julia Bt the flre was a roaring fur without any prospect of being put under The local military companies were called out to keep back the The fire department began to use dyna mite to blow up a house a block from Continued on Ut iteooiitl Summer Street They Were Two Boys Had No Intention at Any Time to Do Bodily Harm to Bartlett Makes Eloquent Open ing in Eastmans Behalf T Juror Grant Much and Trial Will Probably Be Resumed This The Court sustained its previous excluding from the evi dence in chief of the common wealth the testimony of Charles Eastman before the grand Will the defense put the de fendant on the witness stand at this trial The commonwealth finished its introduction of direct evi delivering the opening address to the jury in behalf of the talked for two solid hours and will speak again today in eontimia filias a was seized with a chill and the after noon session of the court was That Eastman accidentally discharged the old rimfire That Eastman believed that he had accidentally shot Grogan with the ancieiit That not but frightened beyond all rea son by the accidental discharge of the old rimfire thereupon made a sudden at tack with his own pearlhandled revolver upon That Eastman accidentally shot Grogan in the contention I An Esssy Winner Continued ou the Flfili Ingc HOTEL ITALY WSLL It would certainly seem that the very large increase already so noticeable in our spring commands must argue heav ily in favor of our super seded TODAY we should like to have yon feel the pulse ot the best pleasure carriage creations by promenading through our You will be repaid and we shall en deavor to help explain The FrenchCarriage Compy FEEMNAH3 83 85 Summer THE OEFEICE AS Charles repre senting Charles charged with in his opening address to the jury which was by the illness of a barely touched upon the critical mo ments of the tragedy in the hen His few wordst carefully seem to set forth the claims of the defendant at the bar as follows The Remnant and Second OP TOE 101 Summer Begins MAY Look for Our Announcement yards of dress goods raid to be sold at less than cost to Houts All ItH in thft lOnont Uxiioxi Look for tho niLtiw Mnrkfinian stomped on piitli one Unit is McGREENERY MANNING HUGULEY COMPANY has removed from 169 Blackstone street to 134 Canal Formerly Goulds Hotei opposite Esses Adjoining Park LA POINTE ciBuSI iny its Easy toSmoke But J Sard Ifl Jind a Cifiir Thai is ALWAYS Electric Ktvayi lc ttiitrrguiikcd ly rich aroma found enfy in this All Dealers Sell 3
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