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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 10, 1902, Boston, Massachusetts                                Globe Want Ms r ii I TRV IT 111 I anrnct I TOMORROW Best Results L i i I IU IHIO To Rent Rooms To Get Boarders TRY A QLOBE AD VOL LAINO TUESDAY JUNE 1902FOURTEElTpAiags PRICE TWO The tremendous strides in the sales of Waitt Bond Black constantly increasing the breach between it and all other tencent can be accounted for in one which is maintained by constantly using the finest grade of Havana purchased in Cuba by our own and the cream of Sumatra I Stumped on Each Coupled with skilled Union working in the cleanest and lightest factory in New under expert super positively assuring per fect sanitary which have so won the admiration and confidence of the smoking pub that today it stands alone in Sales and The This remarkable which enables one to look through brick and stone walls five to ten feet in will be on exhibition daily at Room 595 Washington from o oclock to z oclock We invite the presence of scien tists and experts in technical matters to call or make a thor ough examination of the tests which we are now Early Morning Fire in on Front St Fast Total Loss Placed at Mostly Shortly after midnight this morning two alarms from box called the firemen to a threatening blaze in the 2story wooden stable owned by the Boston Northern street railway com on Front and occupied by OBrien The fire was In a bad near large wharves piled high with lumber and when the apparatus reached the scene It was going in a lively On account of the liability of a serious conflagration an alarm was ordered from box which called engines of the Boston department from the Charles town and East Boston Tho nrehoat was also early on but Its services were not Continued on the Eighth This la the last week this season when we shall In the pa our Refrigerators and Ice Although we have been bothered In getting enough goods to supply the great demand on us in this nevertheless we can almost promise that from now on we will be In shape to forward whatever sizes you We are Boston agents for the Eddy and Alaska No one in the country can quote lower prices than Send for McARfHim Furniture and TODAYS GLOBE Page Ten people killed and SO seriously In jured in Ire in Chicago Newport society folks discuss probable effect on differences in Vanderbllt fam ily of appointment of Ambassador Her Judge Cutler of Chelsea establishes new drunk Bad lire early this morning in Chelsea nelp sent from PUKE Boston Nationals win Americans beat en other Paste Fire on board the steamer Sunbeam causes heavy Lack of union stamp on invitation causes some Lynn labor unions to re fuse to take part in parade July Death of Edward victim of Readiing and funeral of Clarence and Charles the boys who were Status of the coal miners Death of Odell the in Page Senate opinion said to favor Panama route for the Rear Admiral Wadleigh Judges Walt and Harris sit in Suffolk county and De Courcey In Graduates day at West Point marked by speeches by prominent military Rapid transit hearing in Settlement of difficulty over double track location in Main Paiee Champion defeats Walthour In the 25 mile paced Ozias Plummer and Herbert Mason of Boston arrested at New Class night at La Harvard varsity crew will leave for New London American polo team beaten by Eng lishmen 6 to Travis and Gardner defeat Smith and Low In an 18hole match at Garden city Alec Campbell and Dave Brown matched PnSO President Roosevelt causes shakeup of New York police Annual reception at the Mt Hope Defence opens In trial of Samuel alias at Pagrc Deputy Plummer held for grand jury at Portland in alleged bribery case wit nesses Ford and Callahan arrested on charge of No break in Providence street car strikers ranks governor agrees to meet committee of the Class day at New Page Col Carters nomination for brigadier general resented by ilne officers Davis and Bates to be major Commodore Albert re dies at Volunteers rescue crew of schooner Annie Laura on Shovelful where the Monomoy lifesavers lost their Attractions at the News of the water Mayor Willard of Chelsea dismisses the charges ngarnst Health Inspector Frank Gov McLean of Connecticut not to be a candidate for Pnee Financial commercial Real estate Fuse Housekeepers department and daily history Pnsre Meeting of the Ancient York celebrates its golden jubilee at 1nKc Pros Pattou of Princeton university resigns and Is succeeded by Prof Finding of a railroad torpedo on pa rade ground causes excitement at the 1st brigade Ernestine who was found at Sharon in boys sent to stale industrial school for Little Margaret McGuinns life saved by car fender at Daughter of Murnano married to Watson Representative McNary substitutes an amendment for that providing for widen ing of Pleasant st when new tunnel subway is COIWEU0S JK MRS CORNELIUS June one wo ma tv were killed and about 30 were injured In a five which tills afternoon destroyed the sanitarium by ihn St at Wabaih and 21st The building was longknown as the hotel and for a brief period ns the hotel Lancaster Ky fur tho greater portion of the piillenlH received in thn institution were those seeking cure ivom the drink habit and those who were addicted to use of When the lire broke out there was on the fifth floor a number of patients suf fering from delirium and some who were deranged by Several of these were strapped to their and it was found Impossible to save so rapidly did the lire spread through the rom ouo of the basement windows and ran Into the engine room to learn its Behind the inthe center tha and within a few feet of the ele vator he saw a small Continued on the Third A GREAT CHEMICAL DISCOVERY ALFRED GWYNNB MRS ALFRED GWYNNB By lomint Mass Splendid WaterPower Estate Paying Handsome Income Upon Us uiiikr with tho lurgunt anil mill building vucaut and ready for Tho Ilant of tlio McrrlmncK Manufacturing Company of New Mill billillugn tiutomutle sprinkler ttiv protection litit atone iluin ekeme llKJitiUE plant inatullid and Imuluins urganized Hiwi tlio whole brought u pilch ni cfllcliiicy mid anil uttered now with out limit or reserve to Ihn highest bidder only bocaiiHo the prliielnul owner wishes to From onehull to twotlilnlH of the money remnlw u The iimlu reeiinlly Is il4i 40 with ell 120x40 tlie muroceii fui I inOxSO la leased lo Foster Co of lioaton tbi vxeelHlnr SOxlO with BOxilO Is leuHiid to Netimltli of Mnrrlmnek the OnxSU IcaSfil lo Jones of Murrlinavk brleU Ntorc and Knlchts of IythiaB bullillni lartr tiimnliiiK lioune elifhl new single anil iloulilii hoiiKKs anil I ho tlnvf tenement hiniHiS partly oeeuplcd rentnlH fryui tbe oicn plnd property amount lo n and if tlie purehagnr does nut lo oevupy tlint pnr llin of tlie prtunlHCp ninv Iheio tiro tun nls lookliiK for and its riutal will liiitriime I tie touil hyonio fiiiui ibo property to or OTOO ii AVATKK nveraginii 308 h p tbo year If you will by mull or to the oflice of tbo for a catolngue lu detail of the you will there flud no exten Blve experts report on tho watur owd and at lliis Tho several mill and shop buildings and the houses will lit thrown for tiiupmrtion dally utter A votuinenclut Junu Tlie sale will tulio regardless of upon tliv piuiii iafM near the vacant mill TIlUltM the llth day of euinmiiiictni prauipily half eleven oelouk In tlio 1oru The properly IK situated on Houhogun In the Centru Milage of thetown of 1Illlslioroiigh Now liainp t mles fitun on the main line of the Southern division of the B M It 7a miles north oC miles south of or about midway Tielween tho two largest cuies in tho slato twolvi trulns hour mid forty or litty ride from Tho MotTlnmolc in typiral ol the best llanijislilfe towns tin Ihn hotel and the eliureb art wllhlu Ihe vlllugo street Is broad and shaded by bianlifnl and stately trees tlio water fiupply for the village In part of thin plant labor la nlmndant and of gwid ihe location of ilm plant and the vlllagn IH Idenl for any niaii lifniturlnn Thn town tux rate Is Iml per anil all hnproviiniiits that hare hoi n made by thin company are pi actually from mmtlim for 10 years fioiu Uifi tliiui of each The purchaser of the property must depontt with or secure lo thn uiictloneers as NCHIII as the priimiues are BlTiicU off be muni pay the taxes for the current year thirty lays will lie given him to examine tltli and make arrange ments to take hie JIuke all by Uluphono or olharwUn ut thn ufllcu of Win R June 9Soclety here has somethinjj new and interesting to talk about with respect to tho bearing the appointment of Hon Michael Her bert as British ambassador to the United States will have upon tho Vanderbllt family or whatever else it may be If the two Cornelius and Alfred Gwynno ever felt be causo their father gave them an unequal start In the they were natural rivals for social supremacy or for any thing it seems to Newport society that Cornelius must feel that he has a telline reinforcement in a sisterinlaw who Is the wife of the British ambassa It Is no secret that some years ago when it became Known that the lata Cornelius Vanderbllt had cut his oldest son off with comparatively just because he had married Miss Grace Mrs whoso husband was then secretary of the British em bassy at felt this discrimination against sister much more iceenly than any other member of the Wilson To her it was something more than a family Distinguished for eigners with whom she had a wide not being familiar with tho situation at were not able to understand Mr Vanderbllts opposition to her accord Ing to the terms of his ho rated at about for young Cornelius lost this amount because he married In view of this the doings of the wife of tho British ambassador will be closo ly watched during the next few There is such a tiling as diplomacy In social matters just as there is in mat ters of but Mrs Herbert will have the greatest difficulty In exercising THE June for Tuesday and Wed nesday For New warmer Tues threatening at night and Wednes day probably show ers fresh southwest Local forecast For Boston and vi light west erly winds Wednes probably con tinued fair and She gossip will not bid to her functions whereof course she will uniimibliHlly pass the or in her winter any member of the Vanderbllt family who may still bo opposed to her brotherin law and But this is not the greatest embarrass ment that will grow out of the and here very society leader is Iceenly alive to hor vexed position in the mat ter It is always the custom of entertain ers at Newport to give social functions In honor of the wife of the British am These are always the ger events of the and it they be only dinners all the social leaders are invariably as well as many This timehonored rule must now evi dently be or at least great ly for in the future no hostess could with good grace ask to a function in honor of the wife of tho British am bassador any member or connection of the Vanderbllt family who is not on good terms with the of or her or her sisters It Is hard to see how any general entertainment of any importance could be given without Including such persons among those invited to In view of these promised complica tions It is after if society is really overjoyed at King Edwards choice of an ambassador to the United even though the Herberts are hejd In the highest Auburndalel Excellent Splendid Restaurant a la Table dHote Dinner 75c Charming Location on the Banks of CHARLES 2 Minutes from Riverside 3 Minutes from Norumbega PATRONAGE MANUFAOTUBINO Tho as iPKlBtcroU in llic following cities at 8 last night Washington New York Atlanta New Orleans Jackson ville Chlcuso St Umuhu St Paul Denver The tomrinraturu HF indl Itilcil by iho thormuriictii at Thomvj Kpii a in ii a m 9 a in li m 3 i ID i p ni 11 p m 12 nilil tilfrhl iiveraivo temperature vesrordav til Tim CilobKh foreciuH Tor VVoiliiiSiitiy and TlmrjitUiy warmer weather is Indicator for Thursday will iMObably Vo possibly soulliwcMt SPECIAL JUSTICE SAMUEL He Holds That to Convict a Man of Drunkenness It Must be Shown That He Drnuk Finds That a Man Was but Discharges Him Because Police Couldnt Prove He Drank of His Own In the Chelsea police court yesterday Special Justice Samuel Cutler ruled that it ifmt a crime to bo but OF THQ FAMOUS HAS JUST IIBISW UY GLOBE ADS PAY BEST TRY OMB AND SHE Juno liS tlio Mount rlouHant Houisi will Us and July 28 The Mount Washington will be ready to receive BUI Moth arc uiuliM tno managc of Anderson Mr Kennyy is at 176 Devonshire from a w to 8 p m to give information FKONt I3LAHK BOOH CASH Ana Bvory or ACCOUNT Itiiflil Right BEALE tut BUTLER 97 and 99 Summer St The contract for furnishing the large annex of tlie just was awarded the above It was the very b9st quality goods that had to be figured the Pro took no and had Murch butter the HP STONE WoiUokton Hcuui that it is a crime to be drunk by the voluntary use of intoxicating The case was an interesting and has made the police ofllcials and sub ordinates of Chelsea uncertain as to when to arrest an individual on the charge of Alexander McDonald was arrested Sunday afternoon on the charge of Judge after tho evidence had been said he would lincl that McDonald was but would find him not guilty and order hla discharge as the government had failed to show that the mans condition was caused by the voluntary of as provided by the In response to the readingof the complaint by the McDonald pleaded not Capt the first testi fied that early Sunday afternoon near Everett av and Broadway he saw Mc Donald McDonalds the captain smelled strongly of His speech was Patrolman the other arresting corroborated the testimony of Capt In to a query by Judge Cut ler Capt Grover replied that this was all the evidence tho Turning to the Judge Cutler asked if he had anything to AIcDonald replied that he had Addressing Capt the judge said Tho cane is one the like of which I never had to decide I find that tho man was but there has been u j evfUenuB presented by the govern ment to show that the man came to this condition by the voluntary UHO of lntox futintr In most cases of tho kind the defend ant has something to say when he pleads not but not a word from thla If he had dijly admitted that hn had ona glass of beer or two glasses of 1 could tlud him but not a word from The judge then paused for a minute or two and There has been no evidence put in b which I can tell how this man became Continued on Eighth Dead and The dead o far as known are Carl Samuel Dr alderman of the 4th i John Mrs Dr 78 years of and member of the medical staff of the in Among those seriously Injured are badly burned on the head and Internal will Mrs Amelia burned about tha and inhaled will probably Mary badly burned about tho Mrs H burned while rescuing her 4yearold daughter from third severely burned about Jumped from third floor into injured will prob ably Quick Sweep of The fire originated in the basement of the building and spread rapidly to the upper stories through the elevator The blaze was discovered by James a who was driving through the alley in the rear of tho He noticed smoke coming Anticipating a great demand for In expensive carpet for coun try and seashore we have col lected a large exhibit of the better grades of Brussels Wilton Bugs and doublefaced in the soft colors so much in Each rug is a copy of an Oriental both in de sign and Only the finest examples were chosen for copy and these were sent to the We have stocked up heavily on sizes 6 by 9 7i by ioi and 9 by 12 These Rugs were all made lor our Spring and we can oiler them at the vevy lowest prices to be found in WESELL fARJISTIC WALL Paine Furniture WALL RUGS AND 48 Canal KING OF ChampagneTablets will prodnce more Intion and exhilaration than Brandy or No reaction or bod Thejr do not contain opium or other deleterious A TRUE BRAIN AND NERVE CbampagneTableto are the only true Brain and Nerve Food eyor They cure Nervous Exhaustion by feeding the Brain qad Nerve Centres with supplying new electric energy and vitality for tho whole They will cure a nervous headache or tho blues and remove that tlrtd fooling In five making you feel and us If you owned the whole They will strengthen your Increase your nerve and brain sharpen up your busi ness ability and energy for mental or physical brain workers ami atudeuti uble to do more and bettor Will Cure the Or Any Drug If you have drunk to repletion and would to sober or give up drinking uslnff KOB or other OhumpagueTublets will sober you uo aud strengthen your heart and nervona nystom so that you can give up the habit They Are Good for if you want a stimulant that will not njuro you In any try ChampagneTablets they will stimulate and but will not iutoxlcato you nor affect your They will improve your health end make your eyes bright and euro a hlnK all nervous affections and female They will cure relaxation of the stomach and and remove abnormal fatty and that gross appearance by wbtck eo many men and women are WILL CURE SICK Also Curem Lnme Bladder and Nervous IHweittlon and Curea 1C you suffer from Nervous Exhaustion at Weak or Lnmo Heart or Kidney Ubeuinallsm or do not riila youl stomach with poltionous but euro yourself by stimulation natures method of curing all with that guut GOOD FOR THE OLD use Kdenl Stimulant lor ISveryUody and Jnnt Wluit the Old One or two In the will ruako any person feel all day aud keep them in excellent cond on to attend to their dally protecting them from nunstroke or prostration f rota and prevent tholr getting tired or taking contracting fevers or other contagious ChiiuinaKiieTablots are a blnssiug to tourists and One tablet will immediately and tho relief tlnw obtained will last fur Two or three tablets will glra Umlaut relief from hunger and supply moro strength and vitality than will a hearty GhfimputfncTablotti are a wonder and a revolution to nil who tine Six Dozen 1ubletu fop GlmmnugueTablete urn sold by all flrstelgu Druggists and large Department or sent by witil postpaid ONE Should you 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