Boston Daily Globe, August 1, 1902

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August 01, 1902

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 1, 1902, Boston, Massachusetts , &>< ' '' •? PARADE OF VETERAN JULY AVERAG PaLily Globe... 194.115 Sunday Globe. 272.998 Largest in New England, FOURTEEN PAGES, COPYRIGHT, 1902, BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER HHPiP To Get Your SUNDAY’S GLOBE Be Sure to Call Early. VOL LXU—NO 32. BOSTON. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST I, 1902 CO. PRICE TWO CENTS. WAITT & BOND BLACKSTONE CIGARS The recent addition to the Wait & Bond Building has enabled us to consolidate our business under one roof, and we have fitted up a new and enlarged Salesroom and Offices at our Factory, 67 Endicott St., Boston, within one minute’s walk North from Haymarket Sq,, through Stillman Street. Our offices are unsurpassed by those of any other Cigar firm in the New England States, We may be found after July 31st at our NEW LOCATION.WAITT & BOND,"* 67 ENDICOTT STREET. Boston. Mil BE IN CANADA. Possible Clew to the Whereabouts of Police Sergt Stone.Leads to the Arrest of Clarence Adams. Claimed He Was Hit by Highwayman.Same Night Spring Gun Went Off. Was at Mill as Guard Against Burglars. Loaded With Shot Like That in Man’s Limbs. The first possible clew to the whereabouts of Granville B. Stone, the missing: Dorchester police sergeant, came to light yesterday, when his friends found a man whom Air Stone has known for some time, who says that about a week ago Stone asked him what he considered the best route to Canada. This in itself, as a question, would not have aroused any suspicion in the minds of his friends had he not shown considei-able interest in the man's replies and continued to ask various questions about getting to Canada—whether it ■were best to go by land or sea, and in regard to accommodations there. It is not unreasonable to suppose that Stone is now in Canada, and those of his friends who have his interests at heart are going to Ste if they can locate him there. Stone did not leave his home at a moment's notice or without making all due preparations in the way of squaring up his private accounts and providing fqr his family. While he left no ready money in the bank, all the property that he owned, which was considerable, he made over to his wife a few days before he left. His son-in-law. Mr Gilchrist, he named as his wife’s attorney. This step was not unknown to Mrs Stone. He mentioned the matter to her a couple of weeks ago, giving as his explanation for wishing to put the prop-arty in her name, that it would prepare against all exigencies, and make everything perfectly safe in case anything should happen to him. She laughed at the idea of anything happening to him, as fearless and strong as he is, but agreed so as to please him. Stone left three letters when he went away Tuesday night, which reached their respective destinations the follow ing day, one addressed to his wife, one to his son-in-law, and the last to the police commissioners. Mrs Stone chooses not to reveal her husband’s last mes- SERGT GRANVILLE B. STONE, The Missing Police Officer. sage to her, and the one to the commissioners is yet to be made public. In the short note left to Mr Gilchrist, Stone stated that if he were successful he Continued on the Seventh Page. TODAY'S GLOBE CONTENTS. Page I. Eurekas of Arlington win the playout at Lowell in presence of 20,000 spectators. Clarence Adams arrested at Chester, Vt, accused of many burglaries: shot in leys, said to have been fired by highwayman, like that in mill owner’s spring gun. Sweeping changes in the Boston police department. Reception to Hon William H. Moody and exhibition of lifesaving at Salem. Impressive old-home exercises at Tewksbury. Possible that Police Sergt Granville R. Stone of Dorchester has gone to Canada. Page 2. Otto Maya, suffering from broken collarbone, wins second money in 25-mile race at Charles River park. Clothier and Ward will meet in finals of Longwood tennis tournament today. May Yohe arrives in England, and says Strong's statements are “a batch of lies.” Men on the President’s yacht anxious to desert; nine succeed; they blame th* executive officer, Lieut W. W. Phelps; President entertains Postmaster General Payne and Gov Hunt and Atty Gen Harlan of Porto Rico. Hearing in the injunction application against labor bodies by the brewers. Elder Brethren hold 24th annual meeting at Manchester-by-the-Sea. GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS PAY BEST PAY BEST PAY BEST TRY ONB TRY ONE TRY ONB AND SEE AND SEE AND SEE {IOO Reward. This sum will be paid for evidence obtaining the arrest and conviction of the negro who committed the assaults upon the two young women in Franklin Park on Tuesday, July 29, at about 6 P. M. CHARLES E. STRATTON, LABAN PRATT, JAMES M. PRENDERGAST, Board of Park Commissioners. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS. Page 3. W. H. Stewart, G. A. Beekman, Clarence Colpittsand T. W. Phinney charged with conspiracy to defraud the B & M railroad. Brookline’s new postoffice quarters. Hamlin not to open headquarters just at present; R. T. Paine Jr thought to be a Hamlin man; political gossip. Gen Pistor of the French army meets and officially welcomes Sec Root at Havre, when he lands from La Savoie. Page 4. Monster parade feature of the day at Beverly. Visiting sons and daughters of Boe ton given reception by Daughters of Massachusetts. Page 5. Old-home week'celebrations. Page 0. What Boston spent to entertain Prince Henry and the Rochambeau delegation Ellen Daley, aged 60, of Roxbury burned to death in her home. Page 7. Police department ordered to give out no news about fires hereafter beyond the fact that an alarm was sounded and tho location of the blaze. Page 8. Boston Americans whitewashed in Cleveland; St Louis and Philadelphia play IO innings to a tie; Detroit wins from Washington. Boston Nationals shut out Chicago on the South End grounds; other National league games. New England league games. Page 9. Financial and commercial news. Real estate dealings. Changes in the faculty of Boston college. Page IO. Housekeepers’ department and daily history lesson. Page ll. Light harness meetings at Old Saugus, Columbus, Albany and other tracks. Corinthian yacht club’s Begoud race in midsummer series. Page 12. Steamer Saxonla gets in from Liverpool with 1036 passengers, 723 steerage, 158 second cabin, 155 saloon; other water front news. Page 14. No more rioting in Shenandoah; Joseph Beddall dies of his injuries; miners indignant at the calling out of troops. Case ' against Theresa Ray and “Cheeky” Ned Hardman continued a week. Miss Anna D. Collier of Worcester and Miss Jean Brown of Detroit drowned at Hull yesterday. Panic in the valley of Los Alamos from fearful earthquake shocks, Miss Alice Roosevelt to arrive at Newport today. Now He is Accused of Many Burglaries. Alleged Stolei Goods Found in His Home a1 Closter, Vt CHESTER, Vt, July SI—Startling developments, through which many mysterious robberies that have taken place in Chester during the past lo or 16 years are believed to have been explained, have been made in the past three days, and are the sequel to the reported shooting of Clarence Adams, hitherto one of the most respected young men of this section, by a highwayman last Monday evening, Adams claimed that he was fired upon by his assailant with a shotgun, and the fact that physicians extracted more than 50 shot from his legs apparently confirmed his story. On Tuesday, however, Mr C. H. Wa terman, proprietor of a local mill, made the discovery that the shot taken from Adams’ legs corresponded exactly 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 glars. This discovery, together with the fact that the spring gun had been discharged during Monday night, at once drew sus £j,cion toward Adams, and a search of his home was made, with a result that was most startling to those conduct ins it. An almost endless variety of articles, including clothing, harnesses, shingles, boots and shoes, silver ware, revolvers, barrels of flour, books, gold pens and other goods sufficient to stock a country stofe, were found in the chambers of his home and In the shed, much of which has already been identified as property stolen in the many breaks of the past 15 years. Adams, who is still confined to his bed from the effects of his gunshot wounds, was placed under arrest today, an officer being detailed to remain at his bedside and a closo watch Is being kept upon him. When charged with the burglaries he would say nothing. The accused man was regarded as of exceptionally fine character, and today’s developments have created intense ex cltement throughout the entire village where they have been the sole topic for discussion. It is generally believed that others beside Adams were implicated in the va rious breaks, and, acting upon clews which they have received, officers are now searching for at least two other persons, who, it is believed, will soon be in custody. The property recovered today is be ing brought to the town hall and dis played for the purpose of Identification Already many of the articles have been recognized by their owners. It is said that a lot. of shingles stolen from Mr Waterman some time ago were found to have been used on Adams’ buildings A revolver stolen from a Mr Spear 12 Continued on Fourteenth Pave. THE WEATHER. WASHINGTON, July 31--Forecast for Friday and urday: For New Engla partly cloudy day and Saturday except showers In northwest portion; Sat- nd, Fri ll I o New light, v a r i a winds. For eastern York, partly cloudy Friday, with rising temperature; probably showers by night; Saturday fair, light to fresh south winds.FIREMEN’S DAY IN HOLD-HOME WEEK Local forecast for Boston and vicinity —Friday partly cloudy, possibly local showers in the afternoon; cooler at right; light, variable winds; Saturday fair and cooler; light easterly winds. The temperature yesterday as indicated by the thermometer at Thompson's spa: 3 a rn 66. 6 a rn 65, 9 a rn 73, 12 rn 83, 3 p m 79, 6 p rn 81, 9 p m 76, 12 mid 70; average temperature yesterday 74. Tho temperature as registered In the following cities at 8 last evening: Washington 78, New York 74, Atlanta 86, New Orleans 86, Jacksonville 80 Chicago 70 Bt Louie 78, Omaha 84, St Paul 82, Denver US. St John, N B, 66. The Globe’s forecast for Saturday and Sunday—Fair and generally clear weather with seasonable temperature and light east to south winds Is promised for Saturday and Sunday. Eurekas ofCantred the First Prize in the ... ti iOFJUCIMost Sweeping Since That of 1894. Two Captains Are to Change Places.Two Lieutenants to Do the Same. A    VS    AX    OX,    UU    VV    hajjis WINNING ORDER OF THE TUBS CONTESTING. Tub and Place    Ft    In Eureka of Arlington...........219    06! Gardner No. 4 of Gardner.......218    OOI City of Lowell.................216    OH Uncle Sam of Manchester, N H. .215    04* Hanoook of Brockton   -212    IO Red Jacket of Cambridge.......210    OO Warren of Pepperell...........209    Iii Chicopee of Chicopee ?■ ■. 206 03* Liberty of Chelsea.............203    05 Watch City of Waltham.......203    03* City of Homes of Springfield- -203    00 Nonantum of Newton..........200    OI BIG CROWD ATJALEM. Reception to Sec Moody and an Exhibition of Life Saving. Tub and Place    Ft    In Gen Taylor of Everett.........200    00! Volunteer of Central Falls.....199    07! Neptune of Newburyport.......197    08 A Baw Beese of Gardner • - ’......195    IO! Converse No. I of Malden......195    07* City of Somerville.............191    08! Gulf Stream of Fall River......192    04* Hingham of Hingham.........192    OS's Hayoart of Pawtucket..........i92    OU White Angel of Salem.........191    ll! Veteran of Charlestown........199    08! Washington No. 5 of Revere.... 189    05 Tub and Place    Ft Columbian of New Bedford 189 Phoenix of Marblehead.........188 Vixen of Lowell...............188 Concord Vet of Concord, N H-.186 Defiance of Fait River 186 City of Lawrence  .........186 Protector No. 3 of Brockton ...182 Alabama Coon of Stoughton . -. ISI Winnisimmet of Chelsea 180 King Philip of Rockland 180 Gaspee of Providence..........140 J In 09* OI! rn ii 07 04 03 ll 05* 02* OH Tub and Place    Ft City of Lynn  .............179 Active of Weymouth..........178 Roxbury of Roxbury...........176 James W. Plaisted of Portland- • 175 Woonsocket...................174 Tiger No. 6 of Newburyport.....171 Neptune Ho. 3 of Marblehead—162 Boston of Boston..............156 Deluge of Lowell..............119 Columbia of Winchendon......Withdrew Eagle of Lynn................Withdrew Ie OH 09* 05! 03* IO* ll* ll OI 08! tOWELL PLAYOUT.118 SjL SALEM, July SI—It is estimated that 75.000 strangers joined the citizens in the observance of old-home Thursday in this city today. There was never a greater crush of strangers in Salem before on any one day, or more enthusiasm manifested. Everybody entered fully into the festivities, the aged people being fully as eager to celebrate as the younger generation. The weather was all that could be wished for, and nothing occurred during the day to mar the event. The first formal event was the reception tendered Hon William H. Moody, secretary of the U 8 navy, at the headquarters of the Colonial club on Washington st this noon. Following the reception, which was entirely informal, a banquet was served. Col Joseph N. Peterson, treasurer of the republican state central committee, preside*!. On his right sat Sec Moody and on his left Hon Henry Cabot Lodge. Others present included Hon George von L. Meyer, U S ambassador to Ituly, Lieut George M. Stoney, Lieut E. H. Dunn, Past Asst Sure G. T. D. Riggs, all of USS Dolphin; Lieut John R. Bdle, Lieut Charles L. Hussey, Asst Paymaster Walter T. Camp, Lieut Thomas O. Hart, all of the USS Hartford; Lieut Worth G. Ross, U S inspector of the 1st and 2d life-saving districts of New England; Hon John M. Raymond, Hon Edward P. Shaw, Gen Francis H. Appleton, Hon John D. Ii. Gauss, Henry C. Gauss, secretary to Mr Moody; Willard J. Hale, Edward B. George, Robin Damon. Cant John E. Spencer, Councilman Charles A. Archer, Charles P. Vaughn, George P. Lord, Dr Arthur p. Ferguson, Frank Cousins, Lieut Harry F. Dalton, Col J. Frank Dalton, George W. Pickering, E. C. Foster and several others. Following the feast, the party was conveyed to Salem Willows, where fully 100.000 people had already assembled to witness the exhibition by the U S life-saving crews which are stationed, when on duty, at Cape Ann and Nahant. The scene J hat greeted the eyes of Sec Moody was never before paralleled in the long and interesting history of the North Shore. The rocky headlands of the Willows aud Juniper point were densely crowded with men, women and children, while thousands were asaem- Contiuued on tho Fourth. Page. Twenty Thousand People Witness Contest on the South Common Participated in by More Than Forty Companies. LOWELL, July 81—Veteran firemen paraded the streets tonight. Some carried brooms In honor of the victory they hud won ut the playout on the south common in the afternoon. Others were busy preparing to return with apparatus to their homes, and many re- TUOMAS CORTIS, Who Paraded with the Veteran Firemen ar Lowell. muining here over night attended the the band concert on the south common, During the playout .on the common it ie estimated that 20,000 people were pyea-ent. The first company began playing at 10:50, and. under direction of thei league judges, the last test wag finished at 5 p rn. Impressive Exercises to Welcome Home the Absent Ones. Of Sergeants, Seventeen Are Affected. Hundred and Two Patrolmen Will be Moved About. Hoffman of I Exchanges With Kimball of 12. Me-Up of Serjeants One ”of tie SWficait Features. A shake-up in the police department which has been predicted since William H. Pierce was promoted to the office of superintendent and looked for daily for several weeks was announced in a general order promulgated by the board of police at 5:45 yesterday afternoon and which takes effect Saturday morning at roll call.    \ The changes are the most sweeping since 1S94, when about 200 members of the department were affected. Two captains change places, two lieutenants swap chairs, 17 sergeants are moved on the checkerboard and 102 patrolmen will hang their uniforms in new closets. There is one thing which members of the department may congratulate them- Contiuned on tile Third Paste. A GREAT CHEMICAL DISCOVERY Champape- “Tablets* Two companies practically withdrew from the contest. One was by- failure to appear at the line on time and the other by the breaking of a portion of its machinery. There was considerable local rivalry between the Torrents and Gen Butlers. The Torrents, under Ex-Chief R. F. Britton, did not make as good showing aa at many former musters. Pres Walker of Gen Butler association danced a jig when his men beat the record of the Red Jackets. It appeared for some time as if Gen Butler company might win first prize. They were cheered by many friends on the record they made, and the officers of the association were pleased with the success of tho tournament. After the parade today acting Mayor Badger gave an opportunity at city hall to citizens to meet the mayors, members of city governments of various Cities and members of town governments, Mayor McNamee of Cambridge, who walked with the Red Jacket association of that city, was sought for by many who visited city hall and on the south common, At the reception the following citizens representing cities and towns were received by the mayor and the old-home week committee. Mayor John ll. H. McNamee of Cambridge, Mayor Sargent of Concord, N II, Mayor Bruce of Everett, Mayor Willard of Chelsea, Mayor Clement of Waltham, Mayor Ashley of Now Bedford, Mayor Loomis of Chicopee, Mayor Clark of Manchester, Mayor Shepherd of Lynn, 8 Franklin McArthur, Joseph Ll. Buckley, Jeremiah H. Donovan of Cambridge, George B. Long-fortl, Weymouth; #John A, Jackson. Brotktgn; Ellis Drake, Stoughton; W. A. Garwin arid J. F. Nichols, Fall River; George Greene, Woonsocket; Joseph E. Fales, Oentxal Falls; Charles Bruce, Everett; Belfry C. Sparhawk, Marblehead; James D. Corson, Fall River; J. W, Witherbee and J. E. McDougail, Hyde Park; D. W. McAllister, Malden; Frank J. Farrell, Pawtucket; William Hollter, James F. Kearns and Moody Kimball, Newburyport; Stephen A. March, Lypn; E, S. Farmer, Arlington; D. B. Newhall, Concord, N H; A. E. Knowlton, Gardner; Alderman Mulvey and Councilmen O’Brien and O'Donnell of Newburyport, and Councilmen Safford and O’Brien of Woonsocket. Continued on the Fourth Pigs. TEWKSBURY, July 31-The roosters crowed a little more lustily than usual this. morning here on the hill because the sun was shining and the sky was cloudless on the big olfirhome week day of the village. The hens cackled. Continued on the Fifth I’ags. THE LATEST GRIB. The decent improvements in cribs have been in two directions. There is now greater perfection of detail with resulting comfort and convenience. Then there has been a marked reduction in price. We show hero one of the latest patterns of drop-frame crib in white enamelled iron, with trimmings of burnished brass. It is 4 feet 6 inches by 3 feet 6 inches. The side unlocks and slides noiselessly to the floor, leaving a three-sided bed. The mattress is the best woven wire spring. The bed is mounted on easy rolling casters. We have never known better value in a crib than this really beautiful pattern at only $8. Paine Furniture Co. ant, DRAPERIES MO FURNITURE, 48 Canal St KING OF STIMULANTS. Champagne-Tablets will produce more stimulation and exhilaration than Champagne, Brandy or Whiskey. No intoxication, reaction or bad after-effects. They do not contain alcohol, opium (morphine), cocaine, chloral, coca, kola or other deleterious poisons. A TRUE BRAIN AND NERVE FOOD* Champagne-Tablets is the only true Brain and Nerve Food ever discovered. They cure Nervous Exhaustion by feeding the Brain and Nerve Centres with Cerebrin, thus supplying new electric energy and vitality for the whole system. They will strengthen your heart, increase your flow of language, improve nerve and brain power, sharpen up your business ability and energy tor oratory, mental or physical work, making brain workers, preachers, lecturers, lawyers, singers and students able to do more and better work. They wUl cure a nervous headache or the blues and remove that tired feeling In five minutes, making you feel flue and lively, as lf you owned the whole earth- Will Cure the Liquor, Tobacco or any Drug Habit If you have drunk to repletion and would like to sober up, or give up drinking liquor, using Tobacco, Opium, Morphine, Cocaine, Coca, Kola or other drugs, Champagne-Tablets will sober you up and strengthen your heart and nervous system so that you can give up the habit easily. are Good (or Women. Ladles, if yon want a stimulant that will not to-Jure you In any way, try Champagne-Tablets; they will stimulate and exhilarate, hut will not intoxicate you nor affect your breath. They will Immediately relieve brain-fag, mental and physical exhaustion. They will Improve your health and complexion, make your eyes bright and sparkling, cure a weak, aching back, all nervous affections and female weakness. They will cure relaxation of the stomach and Intestines, and remove abnormal fatty formations, aud that fat, gross appearance by which so many men and women are annoyed. WILL CURE SICK KIDNEYS. Also Cun.'' Catarrh, Lame Back, Rheumatism,    Bladder Troubles and Nervous Exhaustion. Aids Digestion md Cures Dyspepsia. If you suffer from Nervous Exhaustion, Dyspepsia or Ind’gestlon, Weak or Lame Back, Heart or Kidney '.rouble. Rheumatism or Catarrh, do not ruin you ? stomach with poisonous drugs, but euro yourself >y stimulation (nature’s method of curing all disease., with that elegant confection—Charu-pagne-Tablets. GOOD FOR THE OLD FOLKS. Champagne - Tablets are an Ideal Stimulant for Every body and Just, What the Old Folks Need. One or two Champagne-Tablets taken in the morning will make any person feel Ane all day, and keep them in excellent condition to attend to their daily duties, protecting them from sunstroke Or prostration from heat, and prevent their getting tired or weary, taking cold, contracting fevers or Other contagious diseases. Champagne-Tablets are a blessing to tourists and travellers. One tablet will Immediately quench thirst, and the relief thus obtained will last for hours. Two or three tablets will give instant relief from hunger and supply more strength and vitality than will a hearty meal. Champagne-Tablets ar* a wonder and a revelation to everybody. Six dozen tablets In every box. For •alo everywhere by druggists and dealers In medicines, also sent anywhere by mall, postpaid, for 81.00 par box. Retail trade supplied by KAST Boston, Mass. > per I FRN DRUG CO,, CHAMPAGNE-TABLET CO., 12 Federal Street, - _• Boston, Hits, OLO JUE ADS.........." PAY BEST TRY ONE ANO SEE ’ ;