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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 25, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts                                IF YOU WANT TO Advertise to Tomorrows Globe VOL LXIIINO IP YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR FfiRti i Advertise in Tomorrows flloba SATURDAY APRIL 1908FOURTEEN BY THIS OLOBK PRICE TWO Chelsea Stirred Up by Two Hundreds Joined in the Policeman Finally Caught Companion Succeeded in Getting Were Discovered in a Suite of St James Had Stolen Articles From Several Mow in Custody is Cliar Apd of Boston Charles 32 years says he lives in was ar csted in Chelsea after a most exciting He Is booked it the station on two charges of break rig and entering and another or breaking ahd entering with Intent 0 commit and also on a charge 1 Ridley and another colored who made his entered several suites n the Bt James 294 Tightened half a dozen struck wd kicked a number of youngsters on he and wound up by giving a Kjlicenian and a large crowd a lively hase through several streets of the Occurring at a time when people weru cLurning from their daily labors and n the busiest part the It attracted hundreds of vomen and although thfiy Id not know why the men were being joined in the The chase started at the corner of harry and ad where the negroes vere seen by patrolman William who followed them through nerry st to Everett thence down Jverett av to Walnut Kt to 2d hack Cherry where the seeing i jumped a car on Broad ay and headed the fleeing men oft at io corner of and Williams He got but the other negro the crowd and made good Is Tlio two men went to Chelsea yftster ay visited a number of sa and about 5 oclock wound up in he vicinity of the St James The treet floor is occupied by a business rm and overhead are three dl ided into Directing their operations to the seo TODAYS GLOBE Police listing bill jammed through thn senate and house Sullivan and Har rington declared in contempt of the senate lively scenes on Beacon Melroso Methodist church Exciting chase in Chelsea after tw negro one whom was cap Dennl Horn to succeed Rober Cox on the board of 1tlEo Illinois house of representatives vote no confidence in Its Reliance will have her trial trip thl Stockholders of the North American fire Insurance company to be assessed 6 About 260 union baiters will go ai strike Wednesday Nearly 150 institutions to be repre sented in Penns athletic meet Great throng tho horse show ex hibitlon closes this Troublesome questions aroused by Mrs Tyncrs act inspection of documents ottered to but he would as three days have elapsed since their tak ing and objectionable papers might have been Body of unknown stabbed to found South New Metropolitan street railway hearing in New York adjourned to Two burglars rob tho passengers of a Burlington train of as It leaves Uncle Toms stricken from catalog of Now York public Four men killed and one fatally hur by the explosion in the Reserve mine a Glace N Malachi Gunning1 of who was to have been married last Thurs dny has First Presbyterian Columbus av and Berkeley burns Us mort Continucil on tlic Second No Morphine or Injurious Medicine Currs These nappy Spring Over coats for Young Men are ready today for immediate Entirely new shades in tans and short and hanging straight from the with lap made from tightly twisted Covert manufactured expressly for to in sure wear and reten tion of These overcoats will appeal at once to the discerning tastes of welldressed garments manufactured by us ttar our full name aad de oa the elthtron the collar or oa the inside pocket ss follows night by Inspectors Chapman and j charsed with the larceny of mi Due from the Colombo club Strocek Charged with Larceny of llllw wlllth lle was President Roosevelt resumes his tour makes an address on the Yellowstone park to his hearers at Three practically new plays given by the Jefferson dramatic club of Brook Threeyearold child run over by a wagon and killed at the South and a boy of 4 badly Manuscript of the declaration of in dependence to be kept under lock and Miss Burke tells story of assault on her at Death of Rev James Kay Applebee of Pngc Massachusetts closes Its Korean and Andrew Carnegie sail for Will of James king of the leaves all his property to his wife Jl for each of his eight United States may lead In protest to China against Russias demands as to ManchuriaBritain will join in Vice Pres Nichols of the mine work ers a and mass meeting in Haverhlll urges the workingmen to sup port political candidates who wIU sup port Wild chase of mad through New York Oldhome week meeting at PiiSe Boston Americans defeat the champion Athletics New York loses to Washing Boston Nationals lose to New York Pittsburg wins from St Louis In 11 in nings Brooklyn is shut out by Phila Princeton defeats Phillips Exeter 4 to in a 13lnnlng Two new Tech field records made in interclass Financial and commercial Prices In the retail Weekly review of Puge Housekeepers department and dally history Pres George Baer of Reading cori pany before interstate commerce com Alleged Boston Wllliman Page News of the water Royal Arcanum votes to hold next convention in Springileld in Real estate Brockton delegates to Lowell mass meeting present checks for Election board considers hearings on ExCongressman Fitzgeralds and other names which Conry claims wero on the voting list Tromont temple prayer meeting state ment by Deacon Losa of at N N April was discoverer shortly after 1 oclock this morning in tho grain elevator and hay sheds of Tho fire had been undor way some time before It was antl the alarm system filod to Tho loss was total and will reach about Lung Kuro allays that wretched throat Irritation when ono is trying to CHARACTERS IN THE REMARKABLE PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE Old Methodist Church is in by Fire in Loss Estimated at About Two Women Have Narrow Escape From Suffocation at Fire in Benedict House Block Causes Loss of April old Metho dist church building was totally de troyecl by flre early this It the most spectacular fire that has occurred here since the high school uilding was burned in In lew nun half an hour after the blaze was liscovered the entire building w Thousands of people from all of tho city were soon at the acono nd filled the atrenta The blaze was discovered by a wom wiio rung In an alarm from box ho central lire station is only a few ods from tho church and the iremen wero quickly at sec nd alarm was quickly rung which ummoned all the apparatus in tho The fire spread so hat the entire building was in flames In fow The lire started in tho oof the northeast corner and run along the roof to the cupola on the west Several streams wore poured nto the but they seemed to iavo little effect on the flames because he old building like a tinder Continued m tlic Seventh THE A GOOD HAT is like a good wear ing qualities tell the Our hats wear busi ness methods wear wear well with our as our patrons of years ago are all patrons of Why Be cause we give de pendable hat as we are now showing in the New Spring Blocks at Hargedon LpSi Washington Hanover FA I R April IM Forecast for Saturday and Sunday For New England cloudi ness fol lowed by showers In west portion showers Saturday night and Sunday fresh south to south oast winds Satur Local forecast for Boston and vicini probably followed by showers during the evening or night and Sunday morn followed by fresh south to southeast winds The temperature as indi onted Ijy the thermometer at Thomp son a a in 0 a m a in J2 m 3 p m 6 p m 3 p m 12 mid H average temperature yesterday The temperature ns registered in the following cities at 8 last evening Wash ington New York Atlanta New Orleans Jacksonville Chicago St Louts Omaha St Paul Den ver Globes probably preceded by showers during the mostly in northern sec fair cooler Hundny night aad west to north Robert Cox will not be reappointed as a member of the board of The position has been offered Dennis Hern of ward 10 and The name Mr Hern will be to the board ot aldermen The salary health commissioner is and tha appoint ment is good for three Dennis Hern has probably had to d with as large a number ot citizens o tho city as any other man within its He was born In Boston Aug 13 and studied at the Boyjston school where ho was graduated in Hi then went to worlc In an humble capac Ity 1or the U S telegraph company in the basement of the old state house where in later years he was superin tendent of a company of his own start in He was industrious and and advanced to mana tr and finally to superintendent of the Atalantic and Pacific telegraph com which succeeded the old company having the honor of being the youngret man in that position in the In his business he was associated with Prof Alexander Graham in ventor of tho Bell and Thomas both of whom h assisted in their earliest experiments Now Get the Correct Lamson Hubbard Spring 1903 Bedford and Kingston and 229 Washington let tfia COLD OUST do your Are you slave to housework T has done more than unythinir else to emancipate women from the backbreaking burdens of ths H cleans everything about the house clothes end Saves money and a only by THE FAIRBANK COMPANY in the lines in which they became fa Each of them offered him liberal Inducements to join with but he preferred to remain with the telegraph In when the Western Union se cured control of the Atlantic and Pa clllc Mr Hern went to New York to accept a There ne became interested in electric and with HughMcLaughlln and Thomas Kevins of James Prender 6ast and others of he started Continued on the Fifth To Make Ona Sale to We Want All of Your GIVING YOU THE At the LOWEST PEIOES i Our Method of Setting 0reen Trading OUR LEADERS IM Full NEW CENTURY PLYMOUTH ROCK WESTIANQ CLUB The Best Values In Pure Onllforiiln per Cabinet per Kentucky Gnhlnot per 8yimrold SprlngHutcr per Sill Bridgeport Hyc per Vernon per 01J Prlvnte Stock per New England per Moatord per Iure Ifyn per Pure Holland per Pure California per 000000 Sherry per Pure Port PM KVKKVTHINQSOMJAT BARREL PRICKS NO MATTKIl HOW LITTLE YOU Hanover Strset Bostons Biggest Wholesalers and Retailers And the Only Dculiuu odar who absolutely Own ami Control their Owu and All Mnll Ex press Orders filled Promptly and Olio minute from Scolluy SALE OF USED PIANOS Pending altering our First we shall try to make the con fusion and inconvenience our cus tomers will suffer as small as pos Then to offset it we shall offer distinct price We 50 pianos used for recital arid taken in as well as Ivers Pond ianos of latest musical jut last years case on which we are making substan tial cannot send for our catalogue post rree and list of our alteration Ivers Pond Piano 114 Boylston the Rules Two Senators in HouseSat in Two Minority IgttorM Beacon People to be Asked AH About It The Boston police listing bill has t6esi responsible for many stirring Incidents on Beacon Hill in the past few but the exciting scenes enacted yester day in both branche surpassed eyeSy thlng that has gone In the senate Senator Michael Sulli van of South Boston and Senator Arthur Harrington of were de ftlfired in cantemptioif the ajehjite by Pres Continued on tlic Fourth Our Tough as Leather Hats Soft and stiff a hundred Oiir None Better Made Herts Not one style but a Got Bates Rorida Grape Florida Florida King North Carolina Red Hall island New Bermuda AT 55 Summer Only One Block from Washington St Bates AUTOMOBILE ATTIRE AND ADJUNCTS Shnioan   

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