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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 7, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts                                s f ADVERTISE HORSES FOR SALE In the Daily Globe VOL LXIVNO In the Dally Globe WEDNESDAY MORNINGK OCTOBER 1903HFOURTBEN PRICE TWO Poisoning Causes Second Time Since Last Dorchester People Wrought Dogs Have Been Sensational of 19 Says Young Man Sen Her Adrift in Boat Work Has Been Going on Since Last Defectives Dnable to Find the Guilty Also Appealel If the residents of In the of Thane and Athelwpld were thrown into a state of excitement one morning1 last week to find the poison had been mysteriously painted on the sidewalk on Thane in the locality of the recent dog poisoning their surprise and excitement knew no bounds when It was found yes terday morning that the words dog poisoning had been painted in tho same spot the night The words were painted in red each about half a foot and were shaped The words have clnee In some one in the neighborhood had started to scrub out the letters when they had been tftere only a few But in that short time about every resident had heard of and the matter was sub ject for discussion at many breakfast Most of the neighbors are reticent about the saying very little to a reporter who made a canvass of the District for suggestions as to why the Painting was Others were in and said that If it was being done because of a personal spite it was unmanly That it is tho outcome of tho recent poisoning trouble everybody is The poisoning of valuable cats anil dogs in this vicinity began last and every once in a while three or four dogs were mysteriously killed et the same This continued up Jto two weeks the last dog that was She May Have to Answer Queries About a Series of Fires in a House on Myrtle Question as to Her Mental Found Without Hat and Shoes a May 19 years whose mother and stepfather live at 160 Har vard has had many sensational experiences in the past few and had another early yester day part of it in the West Bnd part of it In the West Bud Miss Simmons is now in the Massa chusetts General where the doctors are closely observing her to see what they can make of her mental con If they think it advisable they will today call in Dr the expert on mental and if they shouid not think it necessary they are going to notify the state who want o have a talk with her about a series of which occurred late Monday night in the furnished room house at 6fl Myr tle where she had a The police of division 3 thought for little while early yesterday morning that they had a bigmystery to unravel in the case of Miss for there never was a more thrillingsituation outlined between the yellow covers of 10cent novel than she unfolded to Patrolman Walter Lang of division 3 was patrolling his lonely beat on the Chariesbank along the edge of the Charles river at yesterday morning when the stillness was broken by an agonized cry for help in a feminine voice which floated in from the murky The voice came from some dis tance down the river toward Cralgle and Lane started on the run in the direction whence It The Continued and by the time he was with in half a block of thebridge he could make out the outlines of a womans bndy floating with the ebbing Shp was only a few feet out from shore and was struggling to keep Lane caught up one of the life preservers kept along tho river front for emergen cies and threw it to the who caught hold of How She Got Into the Lane had begun to do a little shout ing himself by this and two of the James Ross and James came out of their house as Lane ran on to the bridge and the three piled into a dory and rowed out into the river after the whose cries had then They found her supported by the life and she appeared to be Tho inanimate body was pvilled into the boat and the drawtenders rowod back to the where the rescuers found they had picked up a very pretty While the drawtenders resorted to the usual means to restore tlie girl to consciousness Lane ran to the end of the bridge and sent a hurry call tor tho ambulance of his The ambulance came in five REPULSE OF BOSTON AMERICANS IN FIRST ATTEMPT TO BOARD THE PIRATE Quequechan Club House Thrown York at 7 A Contiiinetl on Third Coiitlnncd on tlie Second The failure of the draw on Harvard bridge to lock yesterday came very niar being the cause of a serious About noon the draw was opened to allow a tug to Then the draw was brought back into position and the gates opened for The first wagon to get on the draw was a coupe in which were two Back Bay Then came an electric and no sooner had the latter struck it than tho draw be gan to swerve and had gone a good way round before it was The driver of the coupe was alivo to thj and succeeded in pulling nis horse to one Just preventing him from going Into the The affair caused considerable TODAYS GLOBE Are Attracting a Lot of Attention THEY OUGHT as they are the best we have ever Have YOU seen them ftSURCH BUTLER 97 and 99 Summer St CHAMBER AND DININGROOM let m BOLD D58T TWIHS to your DUST a tain apt mikloir MM toft mrST MAKBB BAUD SOFT TO Music Hall 41S Washington Alw Intranew Pittsburg wins another game in the series for the worlds which makes it three to Ancients and their the Hon rest a couple of hours at Fall then take sound steamer for New where they arrive this morningat May aged very pretty rescued from the Charles river she has figured in many sensational in Narrow escape from a serious acci dent on Harvard Chicopee license commissioners Lodge and Murphy indicted by grand Senator Platt of New York and Mrs Lillian Janeway pf Washington to be married Oct 30 date first fixed changed because it was PttBe Gov Peabody says charges against Colorado national guard in the Cripple Creek campaign will be thoroughly Maiden aldermen have a lively meet Body found in Swampscott woods Identified as that of Cyrus IJosmer of Isewa of the water Another Haverhlll shoe firm surren ders the and Iaire Chamberlain cxplains his tariff re form scheme at St Andrews Glas Wilson Blssell of Grovcr Clevelands postmaster general two Iase Col Gaston and Congressman Thayer sharply criticise the Bates administra Sec Driscoll at the state of convention in Worcester declares 300 men are housed In Boston ready to go to New York as strike Dividend on Steel common reduced to of 1 percent preferred remains un Boston lawyer sends to the New York customhouse conscience Minimum rate on grain to be abolished by ocean steamship lines Boston busi ness men New indictment found against Moody Page How the Chinese in Boston are blacH mailed by crafty members of their Burial of Blr Michael late British ambassador to the United la Esi TODAYS GLOBE Pujee Lord and Lady Denbigh spend nearly an hour before the camera at a noted Quick work In clearing up after tho splendid banciuet in Symphony hall wonderful work of Nixon and his as Report in Chicago that Dr Berle has boon called to Williams but ha denies Iase Right of Christian Scientists to prac tice in New Hampshire established by decision of states supreme Rhode Island republicans nominate Col Samuel Colt for Puire President Roosevelts narrow escape from the maniac Elliott causes Increase in his bodyguards supposed it will help Senator Hoars bill along to protect the Mayor MoNameo of Cambridge thinks the common council has exceeded its authority in ordering an investigation of the street Sir Thomas Lipton has sold his Chi cago packing house Semiannual convention of the national cotton spinners Harvard plays Bates this afternoon practice at Yale school Miss Rhona tlie Irish woman plays remarkable golf at Haverford Boston women do fine Good racing at IliKC Financial and commercial Pnure Housekeepers daily lesson in history and boys and girls FALL Oct 6Aftor a short a couple of hours rest and en tertainment at the Quequechan an automobile ride and another 20mlnute march to the wharf past the Honourabins of London with the delegatkin of the Ancients sailed on j the Puritan for New York this Pall Rivers entertainment of which Kerr was at the gave the Britishers a royal good time during the three hours they were without making them hustle They gave them food and drink and permitted thorn follow their own individual will after giving them tho freedom of tho handsome building occupied by the Quequechan As a the Londoners who did not take the automobile ride lounged in the easy played billiards and or sat on the rear piazza and con templated Mt IJope This city was a worthy second to Boston in Many of the mills closed at p and others were practically closed by the help leaving at 4 The main thor oughfare was crowded while the pa rade was and the sidewalks were packed from curb to The special train of 11 cars drawn by two heavy engines arrived at the Bow onville station at p There were about 4000 people at the station to cheer the visitors as they reached tho eleva tion of the new roadbed from their train The earl of Denbigh re ceived a cordial welcome as soon as his busby was visible as he ascended tp the station Capt with a large had the naval brigade in line on North Main near tho and Lieut Jol Charles Woodman was at the head of the cape battalion of the 1st heavy Col Hedges led his followed by the through the columns of onlookers and past the militia drawn up at The escort column took Its place at the head of tho with the battalion of the 1st heavies leading the eight com panies of tlie naval Then came the Ancients In lino just as they will appear during the parades on the spe cial complimentary An attractive feature of the Ancients detachment was tlie color each man in continental Tins men were Bergt Whitman Sergt Jacob Bergt Milton u Sergt Tur Whittemoro and How Up the hill the column the Honourables depending far their allegro tempo on a single as the Halem cadet band aliead was regulating Its time to the more deliberate tread ot the In a carriage behind the Honourable infantrymen Lady Den Coiitinned on the Fourteenth THE Oct for Wednesday a n J Thursday For New England cloudy Wednesday rain Wednesday night and Thursday cool er Thursday in creasing southeast Lodge and Murphy to Stand Cliicopee License Officials Give Themselves Grrand Jurys Finding a Big Failure to Do So Proves Oilmens Pitching is Little Fine Rally in Mnth Too When Senator Plait and Mrs Janeway Learned This They Changed Men Accused of Bribery and of Planning to Extort Rev Dr Henson of Brooklyn says America is the dumping ground for the dregs of Europes Page Lively Bothering at the Berkshire county republican convention ExCon gressman Rockwell fails to secure con trol after ho had kept psrt Qf the Trotter and Martin found guilty of disturbing a Booker Washington meeting last Ancients JBrank Ppmmory At the banquet given by the Ancient and Honorable artillery company to the Honourable artillery company of ndon at Symphony Po ampagne was cham CLOUDY Local forecast for Boston imd vicinity followed by showera during the night or Thursday wprmer Wednesday night and Thursday fresh to brisk east to The temperature yesterday as indi cated by the thermometer at Thompson spa a a m 6 a m Sam 12 m 3pm 6 p m 9 p TO 12 mid 6U average temperature yesterday us The as registered In the following cities at 8 last evening Mont real Nantucket New York Washington Atlanta Savannah JacHspnvlUe New Orleans St Chicago St Paul Bismarck 54 Omaha Denver The Globes forecast fpr Thursday and FridayThursday promises to be warm partly cloudy and showers may oc with brisjc to strong southerly Friday promises to be fair and cooler Mtfdlclne Colds and all throat and lung Oct 0 Indictments charging bribery and conspiracy to ex tort bribes wore found by the Hampden county grand jury today against License Commissioners Lodge and Patrick Murphy of Although ft known that tlie grand jury was con sidering tho Chicopee the report caused a decided the opinion being outside of a few on the that no indictments would Ue The Indictments In a the result of the nctiqn of the license uo niisKipners in attempting to block the In vestigation by the Chicopee aldermen of the charges of ofllcial misconduct against Ohicopee The charges in ques tion besides License CommiB sloners Lodg and Mayor City Auditor Carmody and duly sworn and subscribed which were offered in al lege that attempta had been made to extort money for Junk dealers liquor licenses and othr Thp license commissioners were of concerned in the chargea out tidR of those relating to liquor The attorney for Commissioners Lodge and Murphy petitioned the supreme court for a writ of prohibition restrain ing the aldermen from inquiring into the acts of the license the contention being that the commis sioners were amenable only tp the The petition is still pending and until it has been acted unon the aldermim are prevented frpm proceeding with the Chicopee citizens who were anslQua tp have the charges sifted brought the matter before the grand which has been examining witnesses for more than a Commissioners Lodge and Murphy were in the courtroom when the indict ments were and promptly gave themselves They pleaded not guilty to the charges Against them were released in baij of The findings of the grand jury were made under tjje law which provides for the punishment of a town or state official convicted of the by depriving him of debarring him forever from holding any public and fpr the imposition Of a sen tence of not more than 10 years in state prison or of flne nut more than UiOuO and not more two yeftrs in the house of v Mayor Loomis when seen tonight said I ftm flad the case is It these men have beet doing anythiwr 1 wast to know Oct cloudy and on a slippery baH which been covered with saw the Boston champions were forced the National league champions to take the count here this afternoon in the fourth game for the worlds highest honor in Considering the handicap of the play ing the game was Boston fightingto the and maklnp a sensational rally in the ninth within an ace of pulling put a ylor The crowd was a large one and cheered the home team not to give the Ameri can league boys welcome when they came out on tho field to take a practice before the The royal with a brass statlonecj back of the Boston livened up matters until they were cheered by the Pittsburg When Boston tied the scope in the fifth inning Nuft Ced McGreery of Roxbury jumped on to the roof over the players bench and Jed the band and He put so much life Into his performance the crowd finally Joined in the This was the like of which Boston alone has furnished at the real swell Played Full Both teams put every ounce of their baseball strength into the The with Dineen on tho felt that their chances were and Fred Clarke mugt felt the for he sent Phlllippi in fpr the time in thp four games played The Boston men got after him in fine style toward the end of the The Pirates hit and yet four of their five runs could have been shut Boston earned her four tlie Plttsburgers were entitled to just one on the merits of their stick It was the errors of omissionthat boat and they were as follows blneen failed to cover first on Beau monts bunt to and the was a In the ninth inning Boston lost ehapco to tie the because of Continued on the Third BRASSandBRASS MRS LILLIAN Who Will Become the Bride of Senator Oct NEW Oct the date originally set for their marriage foil oi a Senator Thomas Halt and ila prospective Mrs ivlllan Janeway of change t from Oct 16 to Oct In explaining the change cf to night to a Senator Iiitt 6iid I prefer to be marnsJ en any day ut It was a mUuilio in ng the that is au1 a as ive discovered that it a Friday we md Mrs Janeway and I at once resolved to change ovir wedding We shall be married in the Collegiate Reformed church at 6th av and 29th and the Br will pfr It will be a very plain and only the closest and friends of my bride and myself will be Senator Platt smiled and his eyes brightened as he spoke of his bride to Mrs Janeway is stopping at Hol land I became acquainted with her some years but never knew her well until the last year or While in Washington we will live at tho Arlington Wo Intend to be just as happy as Senator Depew and his You the senator set his col loague a good and a good ex ample I have always found worth fol EARLY HOME IN Mrs Janeway Has Been Twice Mar Employe When Mr Platt Became Interested in Opt 6The romance of Senator Thomas Collier Piatts de clining culminated in the annpuncement of his engagement to Mrs Lillian Janeway at the senators office In New York has been the liveliest topic of conversation Rumors cf Senator Piatts engrage CoaUiaued on the 8citond Remember that all Brasa Bed steads are not It is impossible to get reliable tub proper finish and sound con struction at the opst oiC thin superficial and cheap construc It simply cannot We sell Brass Bedsteads for tho smallest amount of money for a proper bedstead can be We handle only such grades as we should be willing tp use kind is worse than money If you want standard itubing ftt tha smallest margin above actual cost we can supply Paine Furniture DRAPERIES ind 43 CANAL VIOLINS JOHN f W   

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