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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 12, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts                                VOL LXIVNO THimSDMT MORN 12 1903SiXTBEN PRICE TWO The salss on this Cigar are and have been for more than fifteen leading those of any other 10cent brand made in Boston or New Eng by many millions Little Goldie Eideau Likely to L Had Been Left Alone in Bed in Her Heroic Work of Miss Goldsmith in Aij of the Chili Is a sparkling with u bnoyiuit only niiproiiRlied hy tlii best Blaze at 15 Barton West Caused THE Nov 11 Forecast for Thursday and Friday For rain Thursday fair Friday brisk to high shift ing to Storm warnings are displayed from Delaware break water to jibly showers Friday forecast for Boston and vicin ThuvsilHy gen erally pos fresh easterly winds The temporaltire yesterday as indi cated by the thermometer at Thompson a m U a m 9 a m 1m 3 p m o p m fl P m 12 mid Average temperature yesterday 4S The temperature as registered in the following cities at S last evening Mont real Nantucbct New York AVashington Atlanta Savannah Jacksonville Now Orleans St Louis Chicago St Paul Bis marck Omaha Denver The Globes forecast for Friday and Saturday Friday promises to be gon i1aliy cloudy and light showers may with south to west winds t Saturday will probably be partly cloudy tind 388 WASHINGTON TIPTOP TOP COATS the Manhattan and the Broadway bearing this famous mark MAKERS NEW YORK The cut from tan and gray coverts snappy and The Broadway cut 40 inches long from blacks and Oxfords for more con servative Both have concave hand padded closefitting hand felled unripable No detail that will add to their appearance or serv iceability is ever overlooked by BENJAMIN The price is Your money back if anything goes We alone sell them The Richardson 388 Washington Street Two Doom from Franklin GokliB the pretty 10yearold daughter of Solomon was probably at her 15 Barton West Just about 11 from a fire which it is from tho over turning of a kerosene Miss Rose who lives three flights above heard tho and running down tho stairs as fast as she put out the lames that were winding about the at the risk of her own Miss Goldsmith got through her experience with few small burns about the hands and not she to necessitate her going to a Tho little girl was taken In a police ambulance to the Massachusetts general GoldSe had been left alone by her i who had seen her safely in She lives alone with as her mother i is It is presumed that the child got out of bed for something and in trying to light the lamp upset 01 else set lire to the tablecloth tno lighted feiss who was just going to heard the screams of the ami knowing that the father was rushed down tho three lights of stuirt and met the little girl in the corridoi of tho lower lloor Just outside the door Her nlght clothes were almost burned away and she was suffering terribly Just ny she fell Miss Goldsmith caught 1 and with her skirt quickly emqth 1 ered the aild without bothering about the Are that was burniiiK In th back shouted for Home one tu call an ambulance to talre the girl An alarm was pulled from box 41 which brought the police ambulance and rnUior than tultc the little snfferei lo as she was lalcen to the General which was Nothing could be learned about the I condition of the as there ignore the press on such but tha nun who earriod her say sho was very badly and they dout SPU how sho can lire f The fire caused I do not believe there is to be an lr reprossible conflict between capital and There is no problem that we cannot penceably This was one of the expressions John Mitchell at a largely attended and enthusiastic complimentary dinner giv en by the city of Boston last night in Faneuil bal to the delegates to the of conven The sentiment was heartily ap Mr who is second vice presi dent of the of was only one of several distinguished labor leaders P5CTOR3AL TOUR Of the Globe from the cellar to the in the Jubilee Globe Frank Car penter also writes of the strange newspapers he has seen in to Pres Samuel Gompers dellvj and TODAYS GLOBE Page Asa Josselyn arrested on charge of polygamy preferred by his second Delegates to the of conven tion entertained at a banciuet in Fanenil at which Mayor Collins Mayor Collins campaign for reelec tion opened by the unveiling of a huge red fire and speeches at head Fall River cotton mills announce wage cut of 10 and lead may be fol lowed other Little End girl probably fatally burned while alone in her Pnae Gen William Hughes of N largely interested in business in Kutlancl hangs Big smuggling operations unearthed In Wellknown Cambridge merchant ar rested on a charge of Mr Erynn sails for Europe and says on his return he shall resume his fight for pure Supremo court decides against Moll neux in his eirort to have returned to him the photographs and other records of his James Abcels fatherinlaw thinks he is beinghidden by influential Mrs Smith of Iloxbury and her coachman Injured in collision with an electric Dominican revolutionists Hay they will not recognize engagements entered into with United States by Gen Wos y Gil Powell and the Powers refuse to recog nize the Henry elected representative by one vote in 23th Mid dlesex district Lou Dillon timed for a quarter on New York speedway in City of Salem warned to furnish better armory Pages 4 mul Jubilee of Greater Boston in 30 years and changes in the PiiKC Financial and commercial Heal estate Pncfo Football practice at Yalo ered a and the other speakers were Mayor Patrick Col who save the official welcome of tho city to the visitors and acted aa toastmaster Frank secre tary of the of William Mill fraternal dele gate from the British trades union con gress Jamcis lirst vice presl derit of James OGrady of another fraternal dele gate from the British trades union con gress James OConnell of president of the machinists union and third vice president of James Howling matches in the Mystic Valley and other howling Penns who was pro testetl by has been disquali fied by the Horses races at Funeral of Frank Fickett attended by many newtpaper men and labor rep Santa Mnrla of pre sents Roscdale at Romeo and Juliet sung at the Tre mont Apollo club concert current at tractions at the fraternal delegate I tractions at the from and Denis Hayes of j Seizure of Masonic regalia for non Philadelphia president of glass i payment of duty revoked at St QUIT THIS General Strike of the 3000 Employes of the Chicago City Railway De cided Nov general strike of the MOO employes of the Chicago City railway was decided upon tonight at a mass meeting of the They will quit work at 4 oclock tomorrow This decision was reached after a con troversy that lasted moro than two weeks the representatives of the union und the management of the The demands of the union are for a wage increase of 25 recognition of the union and other minor conces Die it is has several hundred in to take the places of the Ktrlkcrs and will endeavor to run the cars with nonunion Tho Chicago City railway controls all tho surface lines on the south Hide of the maldiiB a total of over 220 miles of EDGAR CROSS A bottle blowers union and sixth vico president of The dinner was attended by 600 people and was a notable social A certain degree of Informality prevailed and good nature wits every Before the dinner a reception was bold in the armory hall of the where Mayor Collins and Pres Gom pers shook hands with all One of the impressive events of the evening was the presentation by Mayor Collins to Pres Gompers of an oak made from some of the original timbers of Faneuil taken from the structure a few years when it was being The head of the of accepted tho gavel with great pleasure and had several Oppor tunities to use it later In tho wore several women at the din among them being Mrs Samuel Mrs wife of president oC the Boston Mrs wife of the Canadian Miss Anna Brown of Boston cigar factory strippers Mrs Max Mrs wife of Sec Treas Wilson of the mine work and the five woman delegates to the Mrs Nellie Parker of Miss Margaret Blchler of Miss Rosa Scully of Miss Henrietta Keyser of the church league and Miss Kate Hutehin scm of Shoots Supposedly While Temporarily Nov 40years livingwith Ills uncle on a farm in committed suicide today by Temporary Insanity is ascribed as the Mr Cross arose about 5 oclock and went to as his wife In stead he went to a neighbors some dis tance away and borrowed a He returned about half the distance and shot himself A He was apparently all right but acted strangely of Cross leaves a wife and three the oldest 10 Johns Medicine Cures Arid all throat and lung Sore Throats Are Kuro soothes and heals sore Guests of Other guests of honor Included Eugslie mayor of delegato of restaurant and bar tenders union Thomas Tracy of member of the national ex ecutive committee Gteorge McNeill of fathir of the eighthour Frank Forter of the ty pographical union James Cro zlcr of the state of Proa Driscoll of the Boston Cen tral labor union Max Hayes of Cleveland William ahorlil of New and a tho granite cutters ex president of the union John district president of the mine workers Senator Tunquavy of Colorado Max fourth vico of and Thomas fifth vice of two last were to but as tho hour was late gracefully It was nearly 10 oclock before the nfterdlnner speaking Then Mayor Collins and after being re peatedly cheered said It Is my privilege and pleasure to welcome you to Boston and to Its an cient For 40 years I have been at iiorne and for 40 years I have felt home In company like The firFt Wme I saw my name in print was as secretary of a trades and I think that George McNeill and I are the seniors of all present in the labor Forty years ago Ira George McNeill and 1 stood together for an eighthour working It took 30 years to make that the law fir Boston city and it took three years more to have that law fully I join gladly In the suggestion that some worthy memorial to Ira the leader of that be placed Continued on the Nintb N Members of the Honourable artillery company of organized an ElevcnofUs in commemoration of their visit to About 200 expert electrical workers to go on strike In Fritnds of an Ar recently arrived in this coun try and found say he was New we Household daily lesson in history and boys and girls Pasc Pres Mellon of Consolidated road outlines his policy at banquet in New Works of the Amalgamated copper company reopened over go to Dorchester boy of 10 steals a horse and wagon and goes on a wild Nothing known in Readville of an or der for 800 N N H c H repair em ployes in New Haven to remove to Readville at Two policemen dismissed from the de partment by the police Rev Edwin new pastor of Pawtucketvlilc National of opens its session at N PHKU News of water Poire releases British so American cruisers will not be to stop them from landing troops on th re h m Congressman Powers will introduce ioday a bill for the construction of a appraisers storehouse for the sale of the old cuttorn house and tho construction of a new custom house on the South Boston child falls 40 feet and is Henry Lummus named trial justice of tho Lynn police Pour peraons killed in traction line accident at 11 miles from William aged with a Boston remanded for highway robbery at New Tigers have reception and banquet at the Gas explosion kills two persons and Injures five in a Father and son meet for first time at Speakers Tell COLLINS BANNER AT THE WARD 9 The democratic committee formally opened the campaign in be half of Gen Collins for mayor last evening by unveiling a massive banner on its headquarters in the Co lumbia theatre building on Washington Inside thehall was filled to its ut while Washington st was so crowded that for several minutes the street cars were Plfcnly red fire was a strong calcium light was thrown on tho and the band played Hail to lio Chief as the American flag that covered the wellknown features of rfayor Collins was pulled The banner is illuminated by 35 gas by and may oe seen to good advantage from both the street and he elevated It measures 53 feet by 10 In the center is the por rait of the while on either side CAT AND DOG IN Upset a Lamp at 23 Middlesex St Which Caused Dam age of About A cat and dop grot into a fight in the home of George 23 Middlesex st at last evening and bumped up hara against a knock ing over the which broke anc started a lively Box 459 was sound and the blaze was extinguished with a loss of about Morse lives on second floor of tl threeatory owned by the towen are printed Home Rule for and Fearless und Following tho formal exercises con nected with the the crpwtl that was assembled in the hall ad dressed by Hon Arthur tive John CoulthWst of ward On the platform were seated Hon Joseph Harry Dr ExRepresentative Isaac Hon John and Hon James Tho meeting was called to order by Alderman Bowen and Dr James Cherry Kon Fitzgerald said in part A municipal administration In the city of Boston never came before the people with cleaner hands than the ad ministration of Patrick Collins comes to give an account of its ptowardship during the past two From the time ho took the oath It Seems Im Tooifch He Mrs Josselyn Gives Thanks to FALL Nov unsettled Ktato of tho cotton goods due largely to the phenomenally high prlciv of raw material and to a pronounced hesitation on the part of led the manufacturers of Fall River this afternoonto order a general reduction n the wages of the The cutdowri will affect about in this and it Is stated unofficially that the action of the local manufactur ers will be followed by rnlllownors in southern and central Rhode eastern Connecticut and possibly the western part of this employing a total of about It all the cotton manufacturers fol low the lead of this as la antici pated by from to tex tile operatives will be obliged to submit to n The reduction In this city will go Into effect Nov and amounts to 10 The Fall River Iron works operating four large mills and which are owned by Borden of New are not in the Fall River manu facturers and what action Mr Borden will take in the situation is riot known The wage reduction notice was widely discussed in labor circles al though the that the greater num ber of tho union leaders were attending the convention of the American Federa tion of Labor in Boston made it difficult determine what action is likely to bo token by the The consensus of appears to be that the practical thing for the operatives to do is to accept the new schedule without regard to the merits of the They understand the situation in the cotton and though they may not believe the reduction is necessary from the manufacturers standpoint they feel that the present la a popr time to cum t bat the mill It was announced late today that the rew price for weaving regular goods would be tho price which pre vailed up to March when the present scale went into Tho prico today was and a 10 percent reduction would make the new This means that the agents havo concluded to return to the schedule In effect before the advance of John president of the united textile workers of expressed himself as much surprised by the re He said I believe a reduction in wages al ways reacts unfavorably upon tho man is hard to tell what their help will The operatives have strug gled along after having endured ships and privations necessitated by the curtailment made in different and If a cutdowri is forced upon them now It may serve to embitter them and call forth strenuous He said a meeting of the emergency committee and also of the textile coun cil will be held There will hardly be time for thu usual formalities on the part of the operatives before the new wage schedule goes into It is estimated that the reduction in wages will cost the operatives in this city more than HURRY foTALL James Tansey and Thomas ODon After Issuing a Go to the Scene of the ExInternational Pres James Tansey and Thomas ODonnell of the textile delegation to the of convention left for River yesterday upon hear ing of the reduction of wages in that A call to the national executive i Continued on tue Ninth office in the watch wore his has been honesty In public It ia an old saying that honesty Ig the best but the administration of Patrick Collins ten been not merely Was good but because he that it is right to be honest regardless of the question of Even his opponents will frankly ad mit that they are forced to admire the mayors rugged The democrats of Boston have some sentiment in their and the democratic party has some One of tho old traditions of tho demo cratic party in Boston is that a demo cratic mayor has never been refused a and this tradition will not be broken this This Is the first time that an at tempt has been made to break and the attempt is doomed to dismal I am confident that when the people of this city vote at tho municipal elec tion on Dec they will show their ap preciation by reelecting Patrick Col lins by an overwhelming Pres Arthur Dolan said Two years after a wellwaged tho citizens of by unprecedented put the seal of disapproval upon a republican adminis tration which for two years guided the affairs of our and elected to office one in whom a great confidence was re one who by native ability and characteristic ruggedness and honesty had won his way to a nigh position in the councils of the and who after an incumbency of two seeks to bo that the good works which he has initiated be prosecuted to a successful It will be remembered by all who are interested in Bostons welfare the campaign of the democratic party In Boston was In effect an invective against reckless expenditures of if not practices in several and an increase in condemned only for the reason that the resulting money was not expended for tlipre is no good citizen who can con scientiously cry down an increase ot tax for the benefit of the city at provided the benefit Representative John Colthurst said Wo are on tho eve of tho election which shall determine some important the important of which is shall Mayor Collins bo reflected Shall we continue in office as mayor of the city of Boston a man be fore he became had already achieved a national reputation as an jurist and a public man and who has added lustre to his record by his two years incumbency at city I for certainly feel that the cltv of Boston honors itself when It honors such a man as Mayor and that the people of Boston will show their appreciation of his worth and of his excellent administration of city af fairs by reelecting him by as large a majority as they have recently given Col Asa Josselyn now realizes that lila second wife was thoroughly Ho was placed under arrest upon a charge of instituted by the he thought had jumped the sea from the rocks of Thatchers Josselyn was arrested by division 3 at the home of his 167 Lexington East shortly after 6 p m As the morning Globe containing an Interview with Mrs Linda Wylie Josso lyn apprised Josselyn of her Intention to assist in his prosecution for having mar ried Mrs Cora he was not surprised by the appearance of the Josselyn had previously re an attorney and had been at hla mothers home nearly all afternoon Waiting for tho service of the Mrs Alice the reached station 3 before her son and the She offered herself as Josselyn sat in the guard room while arrangements for admitting him to ball were made by Ball Commis sioner Nathan Acting under Continued on the Third AND CHILDRENS ORTHOPAEDIC The Hanan Shoe Store of fers and we be lieve facilities for fitting the right shoes to the growing feet of misses and Not only are the shoes correctly con and service but the fact that we employ only expert who give most careful atten tion to evory detail to asso ciate the right is an advantage you enjoy by coming to the Hanan bhoe Store for the best footwear at reasonable HANAN 14 Summer Street Second door from WoBtiluston With tho increasing use of Brass Beds there is a constantly increasing demand for Dressing We make over a hundred patterns and they form a special in our Bedroom They are in all sizes and styles at all prices from the very cheapest up to the most elaborate French Here Is one at moderate cost which Is very popular because It opens up a threequarter view of the figure with a plate of glass measuring 32 by 40 The wood Here is mahogany with crossbanded edges and quarter sawed There are five drawers in the Carved claw feet solid brass trim mings noiseless casters steel locks on all One hundred other Paine Furniture WALL RUGS and 48 CANAL FROM THE BLANK BOOK DO RUSH CASH BEALE8 1O8   

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