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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 1, 1902, Boston, Massachusetts                                tb CalV m VOL LOTNO i PKICE TWO WAITT BOND CIG The recent addition to the Wait Bond Building has enabled us to consolidate our business under one and we ftajre fit ted up a new and en Salesroom and Offices at our 67 Endicoft within one minutes walk North from Hay market through Stillman Our offices are unsurpassed ARS by those of any other Cigar firm in the New We may be found after July 31st at our NEW 67 Possible Clew to the Whereabouts of Police Sergl The first possible clew to the where abouts of Granville the miss ing Dorchester police came to light when his friends found a man whom Mr Stone has known for some who that about a weeU ago Stone asked him what he consid ered the best to This as a would not have aroused any suspicion In the minds of his friends had h not shown consider able Interest in the mans replies and continued to ask various questions About getting to whether It beet to go by land or and In regard to accommodations It is not unreasonable to suppose that ijfcnpw In and those of his Interjests at going to see if they can locate leave hits home at ji mo inerits noticeor without due up his priv4te accounts Ills While ho left ready money In the all the property that he which was ha made over to his wife a few days be fore he His Mr Gll he named as his wifes This step was not unknown to Mrs Ho mentioned the matter tp her a couple of weeks giving as his ex planation for wishing to put the in her that It would prepare against all and make every thing perfectly safe in case anything should happen to She laughed at the idea bfanything happening to as fearless and strong as he but agreed so as to please Stone left three letters when he went away Tuesday1 which reached their respective destinations the follow Ing oneaddressed to bia one to his and the last to the police Mrs Stone chooses not to reveal her husbands last mes 8ERGT GEANVILLB The Missing Police sage to and the one to the com missioners Is yet to be made In the short note left to Mr Stone stated thdt if he were successful he Contlnncrt on the Seventh TQDAYS GLQfiE PllgfO Eurekas of Arlington win the playout at Lowell in presence of Clarence arrestoij at accused many buriglarles shot in said to have been fired by high like that in mill owners spring Sweeping changes in Boston police Reoeptjon to Hon William Moody and exhibition of HfesayinK at Impressive oldhome at Possible that Police Serfft Granville Stone of Dorchester gone to Canada Pafie Otto suffering from broken col wins second money in race at Charles River Clothier and Ward meet in finale of CLpnewood tennis tournament JMay Yohe arrives in and Strongs Btatements are a batch of Men on the Presidents yacht anxlouu to desert nine succeed they biame tha executive I4eut Pheljw President entertains Postmaster General Fiiyne and Qov Hunt and Atty Gen Hfirlan of Porto Hiringin the injunction application agalnet labor bodies by the Elder Brethren hold 24th annual meet InK at GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE APS PAY BEST PAY BEST PAY BEST TRY ONE TRY ONE TRY ONE AND SEE AND SEE AND SEE sum will be paid for evi dence obtaining the arrest of the negro who com the assaults upon the two young women in Franklin Park op July at about 6 pr CPARLES Board of Pjik TODAYS GLOBE PHBTC Clar ence Colpitts and Phimaey cnargerj with conspiracy to defraud the B M Brooklines new postofflce Hamlin not to open headquarters just at present Paine Jr thought to be ft Hamlln man political Gen Plstor of the French army meets and officially welcomes Sec Root at when ha lands from La Monster parade feature of the day at Visiting sons and daughters of Bos ton given reception by Daughters of Page Oldhome week Page What Boston spent to entertain Prince Henry and the Ilochalnbeau Ellen aged of Roxbury burned to death In her Page Police department ordered to give out no news about flres hereafter beyond the fact that an alarm was soiandetl and tho location of the Pagre Boston Americans whitewashed in Cleveland St Louis and Philadelphia play 10 innfngs to a tie Detroit wins from Boston Nationals shut out Chicago on the South End grounds other National league New England league Pnsrc Financial and commercial Real estate Changes in the faculty of Boston col Pngo Housekeepers department and dally history J Light harness meetings at Old Sau Albany arid other Corinthian yacht clubs sacoud race In midsummer Steamer Saxonia gets in from Liver pool with 1036 728 158 second 155 saloon other water front Pajre No more rioting in Shenanooah Jo seph Beddall dies of his injuries miners Indignant at the calling out of Case against Theresa Ray and CheeKy Ned Hardman a Miss Anna Collier Worcester an Miss Jean Brown of Detroit drowned at Panic In the of Log Alamoa fef tful to arrive at the Arrest of e Claimed He Was Hit by Same Wight Spripg Gun Went Was at Mill as Guard Against Loaded With Shot Like Tliat in Mans Now He is Accused of Many July Startling de through many mys terious robberies that have taken place n Chester during the past IB or 16 years are believed to have been liave been made in the past three and are the sequel to the reported shooi ng of Clarence hitherto one of the moBt respected young men this seejloiy by a highwayman last Monday Adajhsjcialmed that he was flred upon by his assailant with a and the extracted more thari M Shot from his legs apparently confirmee his tin Mr Wa proprietor of a local made the discovery that the shot taken from Adams legs corresponded exaqtly with those with which he had loaded a spring gun which had been set at the entrance of his mill as a protection against bur This together with the fact that the spring gun had been discharged during Monday at once drew BUB jliclon toward and a search of his home was with a result that most startling to those conduct ing endless variety of Including boots and silver barrels sold pens and other goods sufficient to stock a country were found in the chambers of his home and in the much of which has already been identified as property stolen in the many breaks of the past 15 is still confined to his bed from the effects of his gunshot was placed under arrest an officer being detailed to remain at his and a close watch is being kept upon When charged with the burglaries qe would say The accused jnan was regarded as of exceptionally fine and todays developments have created intense ex citement throughout the entire where they have been the sole topic for It is generally believed that others be side Adams were implicated in the va rious acting upon clews which they have officers are searching for at least two other it Is will eoon be in The property recovered today Is btv ijvig brought to the town hall and dis played for the purpose of Already many of the articles have been recognized by their It Is said that a lot of shingles stolen from Mr Waterrnan some time ago were found to liave been used on Adams Arevolver stolen from a Mr Spear 12 Continued an Fourteenth THE July 81 Forecast for Friday and urday For New partly cloudy Fri day and Saturday except In northwest portion variable For eastern New partly dowdy with rising temperature proba bly showers by night Saturday light to fresh south Local forecast for Boston and vicinity partly possibly l showers In the afternoon cooler at right variable winds Saturday fair and cooler light easterly winds The temperature yesterday as indicated by the thermometer at Thompsons epa 3 a in 6 a m 9 a m 12 m 3 p 6p ro 9 p m 12 mid 70 aver age temperature yesterday The emperature as registered in tlw following cities at 8 last evening Wash ington New York Atlanta New Orleans Jacksonville 80 Chicago W Bt kouia Omaha St Paul 82 N The Globes forecast for Saturday SundayFair and generally ojear er with seasonable temperature light to foutb 49 for Saturday and EuiBkas of Captured tlie First Prize in the Annual Hayout at i ON Tub and Place Ft In Eureka of 219 06S Gafdnar of OOJ City of 216 Oil Unole Earn of N 215 04J Hanoook of 212 10 Red Jacket of Oo Warren of 209 114 Chioopee of 206 03i liberty of 05 Watch City pf 034 City of HoraeB of 203 00 Monantum 200 01 Tub unil Gen Taylor pf Volunteer of Neptune of Wewburyport BawBeese of Converse Maiden City of Gulf Stream of fall River Hlnghain of niugiiara Hiyycart White Angel Salem Veteran pf ol Ft In OOJ 07i m 07i 08i 04i Olj 111 082 05 Place Ft Jrt Cbliimblanpf 09i Phoenix of Qlg Vixen of 08J of 186 11 Defiance of Faff 186 07 City of 04 Protector No 3 of 182 03 Alabama Coon of 181 11 Winnisimmot of 180 05i Kins Philip of 024 Gaspee of OJi Tub and Place Ft ID of 01J Active of 094 Roxbury of 052 James PJaisted of 175 034 lOfc Tiger 6 of Hi Heplune 3 Of 162 11 Boston of 01 Delugeof 081 CotamWsof Eajle of Reception to Sec Moody and an Exhibition of Life July 1 is estimatwd that strangers joined the citizens in the observance of oldhome Thursday in this city There was never a crush of strangers in Salem before on any one or more en thusiasm Everybody entered fully into the fes the aged people being fully as eager to celebrate as the youpger The weather was all that could be wishefl and nothing oc curred during the day to mar the The first formal event was the reoep tlon tendered Hon William secretary of ihe U S at the head quarters of the Colonial club on Wash ington st this Following the which was entirely a banquet was Col Joseph treasurer of the republican state central On his right sat Sec Moody and on his left Hon Henry Cabot Others present Included Hon George von US ambassador to Lieut George Weut Past Asst Burs all of USS Xileut John Lieut Charles Asst Pay master Walter Lieut Thomas of the USS Hartford Lieut Worth U 8 inspector of the 1st and 23 HfesaviWi districts of Hew Hon John gon Edward Oen Francis Hon John C secretary to Mr Moody Wil lard Edward Bobin Damon Capt John Coun cilman Charlea Charleu Gfeorge nr Arthur P Frank Lieut Col Frank Fpster and several Following the the party was conveyed to Salem where fully 100 000 people had already assembled to witness exhibition by the U B llfe aavlng crews which are when oa at Cape Ann anil The Ihat ereete4 the eyes gee Moody never before paralleled in the long UitereBting history of the NortH roeky toeadlanda of the llqwa and point were densely crowded women and While thousande were aBoem Continued on thtt Fourth Twenty Tftousand People Witness Contest on tee South Common Participated in by More Than Forty July firemen paraded thestreets Some car ried brooms in honor of the victory they had won it the playout on the south common In the Others were buwy preparing to return with apparatus to their and rnsny re with tlia Firemen at night bariq ebiieert on During playput on the corosnon it is that were jRjea playing at under Direction of wna fin ished at 5 p Two companies practically withdrew frorn the One was by failure to appear at the line on and the other by the of portion of 11 There was considerable local rivalry between the Torrents and Gen The under BitChief did not make as good Showing at many former Pres WaK her of Gen Butler association danced a Jig when hlo beat the record of the Red It Appeared for some time as if Gen Sutler might win first They wfere cheered by many friends the record they and the officers of the association were pleased with the success of tho After the parade today acting Mayor Badger gave an opportunity at city hall to citizens to meet the members of city governments of various Rltles and members of toyyn JIcNomee of who walked with the Red JaeKet Qiatlpn of that was Bought for by mariy who1 visltod city hall and on the south At the reception the following citi zens representing cities and towns weie received by the mayor and the oldhome week Mayor John Me Jamee of Mayor Sargent of Mayor Bruce of Mayor Wi Hard of Mayor Clem ent of fiayor Ashley of Now Mayor Loorrils of Mayor Clark Mayor Shepherd of JTranklln MoAr Joseph Jeremiah H pf George Lons WeymoHth John ElUs Stoughton and Fall Blver George WoonBOcket Joseph Falls Charles Hefry Marble head James Fall River Wetherbeeand Hyde Park Maiden Frank Pawtuoket William James Kearnn and Moofiy Jlewburyport Stephen Arlington N H aafdner Alderman Mulvey ac4 CpvmcUmen OBrien and ODonnolI of and GduneUmen Baffora and on Impressive Exercises to Welcome Home the Absent 31The roosters ciowecl a little more than usua morning here oit the hill because the sun was ahlnlng and the sky was cloudless onthe oWrhome week day of the The hens Ooutlmiert ou Fiftli recent improvements In cribs Have been in two There ip noy greater perlection of Det with resulting comfort and con venience Then there has been marHed reduction in We show here one of the latest pat terns of dropfiranie crib in white en imelled with trimmings of bur nished It is 4 feet 6 inches by SJ feet 6 The side unlocks and glides noiselessly to the leaving a threesided The niattress is the best woven wire The bed IB mounted on easy rolling We have never known better value in a crib than this really beautiful pattern at only Paine furniture CWPEWES m 48 Canal Most Sweeping Since IM of Two Captains Are to Change Two Lieutenants to Do the Of Seven teen Are Affected Hundred and Two Patrolmen Willie Moved About Hoffman of 1 Exchanges With Kimball of A shakeup in the police department which has been predicted since William Pierce was promoted to tihe office of superintendent and looked for several weeks wag announced in a gen eral order promulgated toy the board of police at yesterday afternoon and takes effect Saturday morning at roll changes are the most sweeping sinfie when abouf200 members of the department wero Two cap tains change two lieutenants swap chairsV17 sergeants are moved on the checkerboard and 102 patrolmen will hang their uniforms in new There is one thing which of the department may congratulate tfliein Contluneil oil the Third A GREAT CHEMICAL DISCOVERY KING OF will produce mote 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