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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 26, 1903, Boston, Massachusetts                                ffTT v v1 f i7o Jfdvertise in theC ADS PRICE TWO LXIVNO THURSDAY MORN ING NOVEMBER Gay Scenes at Knights of Brilliant Notable Catholics Were Mechanics Building a Pretty Boston Chapter Added Big Sum to its Building Demonstration of Fourth Degree a lore Ban 5000 People Tliroiipd tie Hi Hal Tho saeond annual ball and public demonstration of the fouth degree mem bers undor the auspices of the councils of the Knights of Columbus comprising Boston which was held last evening in Mechanics was a most brilliant More than GOTO persons composed the which included many of the most prominent people in Bostons Catholic social and it was evident from tha size of tho itsesmblasQ that a substantial sum had been added to the fund for the erection of a Knights of Columbus building in this The hall presented a striking color picture and the art of the decorator made a now standard in beautifying thp grand Over tho stage were large pictures of the diccovery of land by Co lumbus and tho and on each side of those massive emblems of the order in red and Shortly after 9 Maj John Sullivan of the 9th command of tho fourth degree gave the order for the first of the evolutions and from then until the conclusion of the drill tho four companies executed tho the intricate maneuvers in a manner that won the constant applause of those who looked The four companies woro commanded by Cnpt John Capt Mur Lieut Thomas Sullivan and Capt James The drill was reviewed by State Depu ty Joseph Supreme Knight Edward National Advocate State Sec William OBrien and masters of tho fourth degree Gorman and Thomas The grand march was participated in by 300 Tho march led by Dr Timothy chairman of Boston and Mrs Other prominent couples in tho line were Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Charles Leahy and Mise Margaret Thom as Downey and Mies Mr anJ Mrs1 Hon and Mrs Petfr Mr and Mrs William Hon Joseph Convy and Miss Kathnrlne Mr and Mrs James Hon and Mrs John Mr and Mrs Dennis Shee Mr and Mrs Who Was in The dancing continued until a lato Tho floor was in charge of the following Dr Timothy Hanrahan floor John Bore assistant floor William John John James Continued on the Seventh GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS PAY BEST PAY BEST PAY BEST TRY ONE TRY ONE TRY ONE AND SEE AND SEE AND SEE Special Thanksgiving Dinner AT THE REVERE HOUSE I With Wine MualolS to 8 fHOM OOKHOt CASH BEALE Tiiey Do Not Succeed fie Selectmen Originally These Had Acted Not as Public Offi but as Appointees Under the So the Court Will Designate the Men to Act in Their Place Taking of Kellys Ledge for a Trades School Site is The full bench of the supreme court yesterday afternoon sent down a de cision holding that the Boston board of aldermen have no jurisdiction over the Franklin to man ago or dispose of and that the taking of known as Kellys for a site for the proposed Franklin trades at tho corner of Washington and Townsend will bo The cost of thu site was to bo The case before the court was that of the city of by Mayor against James Doyle and tha defendants consisting of tho members the board of aldermen and the clergy men under tho act as trus tees of the Franklin The suit was a bill for Instructions to determine who are the managers to carry out tha trust created by the will of Benjamin A vote had been passed May by the affirmative action of 11 ail members of the board of against the negative vote of two min members of the board of mana and two other the vote being for the purchase of square feoT of land at the corner of Washing ton and Townsend from for the site to be used for a trades Those who voted in favor of tho pur chase were Messrs Quig Farlow and Those who voted against tho purchase were Aldermen Tinkham and Rev Mr Duane and Rev Mr The gist of the courts which is written by Chief Justice Is that the will of the testator contem plated a board of managers acting1 In a fiduciary capacity to have charge of and manage the fund and to lay It out In public works that the selectmen of the town of with tho three were constituted by the codi cil a board of acted not as public but as appointees under thu and that tho board of alder CoiitSiiued on tlie TUirrt TODAYS GLOBE IliBe Fitzsimmons awarded the decision over George Gardiner at the end of their 20 round fight in San Man recognized as Frank Symonds assaults Miss Gillian book keeper at the office of the Boston note brokerage 79 Milk beating her over the head with a steel punch and making away with Gloucester fishing schooner Anglo Saxon sinks off Nova Scotia and captain and five men have narrow Massachusetts supreme court decides that the Boston board of aldermen have no hand in disposing of tho Franklin Her agents expect to hear from the Cedrtc Salvation Army will give a dinner to 4000 children in Boston Knights of Columbus ball a big suc more than GOOO being 1nge Frederic a special inspector of transferred from Boston to f William OLeary to run as Inde pendent candidate for mayor of New New Recount of votes for democratic can didates for aldermen shows no change Allen still leads Sullivan for street com Registration closes with men and women on the 1nire John Cotter to run as independent republican candidate for alderman Kennedy and take out papers Carmack of Tennessee attacks tho Presidents Cuban policy in a speech in the Page How a son used to dread The Thanksgiving dinner its evolu Water front Railroad commissioners decline to cer tify public necessity on the petition for location of tho Springfield Suburban street railway PUKO The holiday at Oilman Nickles of Carlisle tells of the day in olden Real estate Puee Many good pictures in the Boston art clubs Official canvass of the states vote shows Bates to be a majority Ittgc White and colored pupils to have separate schools in Hoke exsecretary of the in and another at come to blows in an Atlanta Pncc Financial and commercial Mrs Ogden Goelet to sail for Enjtland to join the duke and duchess of Rox House insists that the Cuban bill must be voted on before the extra session ad Lively contest on for Beverly mayor Bruve Boston policemen Pasre Household daily lesson in history and boys and girls Hon Iiaac Allen talks of MB candi Trial ol Chinamen charged with the murder of Wong Yak Origin of the New England Thanks Patrolman Williamson cut by William Washington in a flght in the West Fuge AH the iron workers employed by the Hecla company In Boston out on strike local labor TODAYS GLOBE Tariff effects upon Canada and the United States discussed at the Canadian club of Lawyer John Moron protests to tliu police board against tho appoint ment of Edward Adams of Cam bridge as prosecutingattorney for the Dartmouth and Brown meet in Man chester this Cornell wins tho intercollegiate Fire in a Pittsburgtheatre causes much but no loss of life or injury to any of the PENSION Mayor MeNamee Unable to Deter mine Cunningham is a Legal Resi dent of Mayor McNamee of Cambridge vetoed the pension order of James Cunningham of tho fire department last The read before the board of alder gave as a reason tho mayors in ability to determine whether Cunning ham was a legal resident of Cambridge or The rnntter was referred to the committee on fire On recommendation of the committee on public property tha armory in the Centralsq building is to be leased to Leslie Hunting the board having adopted tho Joseph King ami Thomas McGowan wcrs confirmed as call members of the fire THE Nov Forecast for Thursday and Fri For New Eng fair Thursday and fresh north fXlR Local forecast for Boston and vicinity weather Thursday Friday except prob ably rain or snow on southern coast westerly to north erly The temperature as registered in the following cities at 8 last evening Montreal Nantucket New York Washington Atlanta Jacksonville New Orleans St Louis Chicago St Paul Bismarck Omaha Denver The temperature yesterday as indi cated by the thermometer at Thompson spa 3 a m C a m 9 a m 12 m 3 p m 6 p m 9 p m 12 mid 21 average temperature yesterday The Globes forecast Friday probably followed by rain or snow In south Saturday probably fair with seasonal Winds gen erally Bootmakers Relief Nov 25Tho Bootmakers relief association had a concert and dance in tho Auditorium building to with about 200 couples Charles Christiansen was floor di rector and the aids were Lewis Bennett end Frank Hun Several of the officials of the rubber factories were present as Told of Nov smoke talk was given by tho Arlington Boat club this evening at the club White gave a very interesting account of Andersonvllle prison during the civil as be1 saw it as a Soothes and Bore throats find Lung Kuro Anglo Saxon Goes Down Off Six of Crew Have Close Pull Away as She Cold Row in Dory to Oilier Men Had Landed When She First Schooner Was Owned in ffas Four Years Oil and Tallied at N Nov fine Gloucester fishing Anglo Saxon was totally lost off Yarmouth and tho captain and five of the crew had a miraculous escape from going down with the Tho according to the cap tains story of the sailed from on after She met with extremely rough weather and on Tuesday about daylight struck a lodge outside of Mud it being low tide at the She had a crew of 17 men and at the she 15 of them took to the dories and leaving Capt Porper and two men on The three re mained for some not caring to abandon the vessel but they finally enterd a dory and remained in the vicinity till high Then the cap tain and five of the men went on board and soon after the schooner She was then headed for but commenced to fill and the men pumped for their but without gaining on the When the water reached the deck and all hope of saving the vessel was abandoned tho men hur riedly took to a dory and pushed not a minute too for they had hardly left her side when she rolled over and The men saved nothing but what they had The place where the schooner went down is about three miles west by south of Harrys With difficulty and suffering much from the exposure tho captain arid the five men reached the where they were kindly cared for by the inhabitants and this afternoon they reached Yar The rest of the crow after leaving tho schooner rowed to Barrington and came to Yarmouth by reaching there about the same time as the captain and the They were sent to Bos ton by the U S leaving by the steamer Boston this The lost vessel was of 72 four years old and owned by Cunningham Thompson of She was valued at Vessel and outfit are The place where the Anglo Saxon went down is very and she is beyond hope of Her bottom was prob ably stove TAKE NO STOCK IN Rumor Regarding the Steamer Ce dric Finds No Belief Among Her Agents In New NEW Nov 25White Star line ageritw expect to hear that the Cedrlo has been sighted notwith standing the rumor cabled from London today that she hud been sunk in mid ocean This cabled report of an unconfirmed rumor in Liverpool caused tremendous anxiety today for a few It was when at 1 a m the Lamport Holt steamer with which the rumor said the Cedrtc was in repcrtea all well at On board tho which sailed from Queensitown last are 290 first 160 second cabin and 640 steeragf Included In the first cabin list are the earl and of Frederick Roose velt a cousin of the President with Mrs Bchuylor Mrs John Clinton Gray and many other persons of WaldeckRousseau May Ret I re to Pri vate Life Because of Reverse In Religious Debate in Nov Patrle says Ex Promier angered at hia recent reverse in the religious dis cussion in the will shortly re tire from public Reception to Gen An informal reception was tendered to Gen commander of the Medal of Honor legion of the United by the medal holders in Boston and at hotel Brunswick last About 20 companions were Charles Fowler Dead of Nov 26Charlea Fowltr died at the city hospital tonight of apo Pie waa found nearly unconscious in a Boston electric car yesterday and Identified today by his Mrs Brackett of 23 Canada Lowell Mans Skull Nov 25Duff Frenier was found unconscious tonight at the corner ol Cabot and Merrlmac He was re moved to Bt Johns Buffering from Iracturo of the The of Feed is the National Tut Youre Only Stuffing Children Will Have Good To be Provided it Salvation Army In Four Halls in Different Parts of No Discrimination in Matter of Greed or All the Meat for Young People Will bo More than 4000 children will be given a Thanksgiving dinner today by the Sal vation in four halls in different parts of the It will be one of tho largest undertakings of fhe kind ever known in this and the work which it has Involved can scarcely be comprehended without a visit to the headquarters at 850 Washington i where 100 or more people have been working night and day for two weeks to perfect the No question of creed or color enters into the philanthropic spirit of the Salvation and its work here in Boston makes this very At 850 Washington which ia the headquarters of tho Army for New Eng the sight was a picturesque one yesterday afternoon and last for it must be borne in mind that it is no simple matter for even an organiza tion of this kind to provide a dinner on a purely philanthropic basis for 4000 The first thing that impresses aside from thq busy people at work in the is the stream of children seeking tickets for the dinner at some one of tho four All are treated with equal courtesy and con The next thing is the stream of young men and young women in the regulation costume of the who arc coming in with the sign which has been so familiar around the streets for the past and which con tained the appeal for aid for the din On the pole of each sign waa a little box In which was the money collected during the This money waa promptly turned over to Col William head of the local has dona probably most to make possible this great Thanksgiving dinner More than 30 of these redcapped young men and young women have been standing at subway entrances and other prominent points in all kinds of weather for a couple of and they have collected in nickels and dimes and quarters or other sums much of the money which has been required to pur jwuncto of tho 200U the ton of the ton of candy and the vegetables Continued dn the Regarded by His Employers as Sober and Hopes for Fearing Otherwise He Will Do Himself Because he needed money to patent and forward an and was pressed by Frank Symonda tempted by a pile of bills he saw on the desk of Miss Lillian book keeper and stenographer for the Boston note brokerage yesterday Apparently acting he struck Miss Goff four blows on the head with a heavy steel rivet seized the which lay on her desk and es Although known to every coal team ster In tho city proper and acquainted many Bymonda has managed to elude the Miss Goffs Injuries are principally contusions on the face and She was able to give the police Immedi ately the name of her Capt Gasklns found half a dozen of his force who knew and with them he covered the railroad Every place Symonds la known to fre quent was watched until late at but the police received no information to indicate which way the fugitive No one of the employes of Metro politan coal company who knows 6y monda can account for the It does not appear to have been pre as tho weapon employed was a tool which he intended to use in sot ting up a boiler in East He waa on his way to East Cambridge when he stopped Bt the office of the Boston note brokerage on the second floor of the building at 79 Milk at the corner of Federal st who is 46 years old and lives with his wife and six children at 18 Sagamore was in chargs of the stevedore business for the Metro pojitan coal company at Liverpool near the Congressst In addition he was employed to superin tend repairs upon the hoisting machin ery at other wharves of the He had made plans for a new hoisting plant at the companys wharf on Bridga East Yesterday morn ing he left the Liverpool wharf at 8 oclock to take charge of setting up the boiler at East He took with wrapped in a a heavy steel rivet about 16 inches He went directly to the office tho Boston note brokerage en tering the building by the FedernlBt In the office he found Misu Lil lian 22 years who lives at 149 Worcester and who has been employed as bookkeeper and stenog rapher three Miss Goff says when Symonds entered she had been in the office about 1Q She had opened the had taken the some memoranda on slips of paper and about in bills from the and had placed them on her She was engaged in copjing the from the slips to the book when Symonds She said yesterday afternoon at tha relief hospital I recognised Mr Sy as he has been In the office a number of times to see Mr and 1 knew him as man with whom we had He Is Mr Field In I ho has not said no but walked over HasBetteroflt the GardinerNever Has Is Knocked Down Several Gets Quite Groggy the Fourth Lowell Boy Goes the SAN Nov Simmons proved tonight that hu has not entirely lost his oldtime form when outhoxed and outgeneralled Georgi Gardiner for 20 full Fitz was as awkward and as cunning as of and apparently realizing that he must foster his there was not a moment when he was not carfri fulness While the old man could avoid punishment from he could not knock his opponent though ha landed a number of viclona From his performance tonight Gardi iner is not in Fitzsimmons landed on the oldtimer once in a but Fitz was always going away froral and the blows were Several times Fitz apparently had Gard i iner almost but he was either too i tired or lacked his old strength I could not land a knockout Fitz was very skilful in blocking1 and dodging Gardiners and in tha clinches and breakaways was very care Tho fight did not please the spec and the men in the ring wera frequently hissed when they went through a round without trying to Eddie at the close of tho contest saicl that it was the worst fight he ever Ho was forced to give the decision to Fitz because the latter secured the but otherwise did no It was ap parent that neither man qualified to claim championship Says He Broke His After the fight Fitz appeared to ba overjoyed at his and claimed that the reason he did not knock Gar diner out was that he tlM Continued on the Third GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS GLOBE ADS PAY BEST PAY BEST PAY BEST TRY ONE TRY ONE TRY ONE AND SEB AND SEB AND SEES 24 WINTER I RED making Boiten petple friendly Md friendly to Boitsn ALE IS HOTEL CLARENDON Will Serve Its Usual TKAHKSGWN0 DINNER I From I to 9 r   

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