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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 18, 1904, Boston, Massachusetts                                To Real Estate Advertise in the Be sure to call earJy for next Sundays i i J1 v i J i I i 1 It ft Every Globe Ads bring the best Be sure to call VOL LXVINO FRIDAY NOVEMBER FRICE TWO Rosa niece of the late General every woman to know of the wonders accomplished by Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable PINKHAM I cannot tell you with pen and ink what good Lydia Pinkhants Vegetable Compound did for suffering f rota the ills to the extreme lassitude and that all gone I would rise from my bed in the morning feeling more tired than when J went to but before I had used two bottles of Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I began to feel the buoyancy of my days became could do more work and not feel tired than I had ever been able to do I continued to use it until I was restored to perfect It is indeed a boon to sick women and I heartily recbtnmend Yours very Miss ROSA 819 12th Any women who are troubled with irregu lar or painful leu displacement or ulceration of the that inflammiv tion of the bar general and nervous shouldknow there is one tried and true Lydia r Vegetable No other medicine for women has received such and unqualified No oiher medicine Jltias such a record of female DEAR MKS lam very pleased to recommend Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable Compound for womb from which I have been a sufferer It was the only medicine which was at all and within a week after I started to there was a great change in my feelings I used it for a littleover three and the end of that time I suffered no at menstrual nor was I troubled with those distressing pains which compelled me to go to and I have not had a headache This is nearly a year I always keep a bottle on and take a few doses every for I find that it tones up the system and keeps me feeling and I never have that tiredout feeling any I certainly think that woman ought to try this grand for it will prove its Yours very Miss ELSIE 203 De Soto FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO Dont hesitate to write to PinkhanC She will understand your case andjwill treat you with Her advice is and the address is No woman ever regretted having written and she has helped FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith produce the origlual letters nnd signatures of above wliich will prove tlielr absolute Pinkkum TO President Said to Have Made a der of the US Attorney General NEW Nov 17ExGov Frank who returned to New York tonight from his homo in has been tendered an offer of the attorney Keneralship in President Roosevelts cabinet for the term beginning1 March While President Roosevelt has not formally invited Mr Black to become a member of his official the tender of the attorney generalship has been made In a way that carries with it assurance of the President that ha would like to have New Yorks exgov ernor in his now cabinet of younger men which Hooncvelt is understood to want his associates during the new MRS HUNTS Boston Woman Presents the Voters Bureau Idea to the Antisaloon Nov 17Bishop tutlier Wilson of president of the American anlisaloon pre sided over the convention 3Va j tlcnal Supt Baker said that he felt that the work was moving onto ward final Mrs Mary Hunt of Boston outlined her plan for a voters bureau to give instructions to A resolution indorsing tho plan was referred to the committee on ieso To insure the timely delivery of our patrons are advised to place their orders as early as possible for Confectionery orders Price List sent on Tremont Tttinoot Beucoa i Copley Cornez Send in your votes for your candidate in the Globef great contest THE Nov for Friday and Sat urday For New England Friday and with slowly rising tem perature northeast to southeast Local Coriiuast ior and vicinity Friday with Klowiy rising Vicraturo fresh to soutli east The yesterday aa indi cated by the thermometer at Thompson spa 3 a ni 0 a in 0 a in 12 in 3 p in 8 j in 9 m 12 mid 20 average temperature yesterday 25 The temperature as registered in the followingplaces at 8 last evening Mont real Nantucket New York Washington Atlanta Savannah Jacksonville New Orleans Bt Louis Chicago St Paul Bia marck Omaha Denver The Globes forecastfor Saturday and Sunday Fair arid warmer Saturday Sunday incressinu probably continued with seasonable tem southerly to westerly CONVINCING Mullen of 19 Leroy Gives an In a recent statement Mul len of 19 says He remembers that Father John OBrien cf Lowell gave his mother the first bot tle of Father Johns Medicine that was ever used in his Since then they have always used It Kuccessfuly for colds and lung Hunts Laxative Mints Srop ever E Short and Long Sticks as Exhibits One student will carry the mark of my stick to his That ono student testified at the policeTech that he heard a pa trolman make after the troubla was all Commissioner Curtis asked the wit ness if he could identify the patrolman who made the and the young man said he thought that he It was then arranged that the counsel Arthur visit sta tion 16 at rollcall this evening at and make the attempt at This ettort would have been made last evening but for the fact that so many of the men were away on duty at the Counsel heldthatthis remark of the patrolman was important as show ing the temper of the police at the Another Incident of the same nature i was brought out in tho morning whah Dr Charles Underbill testified that saw a mounted patrolman ride over a student and then turn to his mounted com panion nnd say I hope I killed the During the hearing yesterday ohalr mans Emmons sent for a short and a long stick such are used by the po and coimseP for the Technology boys sont of the torches carried in the The police sticks arrived in short order in the hearing mtimuMl on the Slxtii TODAYS GLOBE Charles beats Doyle for street com missioner in the primariesiby BG7C votes Ward leaderships overturned Curley re Fire at the Tunnel docks de stroys Warren line entailing a loss of half million dollars ocean liners narrowly escape destruction one of them badly Testimony in the Techpolice hearing develops evidence that patrolmen teoil their clubs to hurt and that hoped In strong that they had done Continued efforts of the Fall Biver manufacturers to start Miss Triggs and Biehard resume the lead in their divisions of the Globe educational News of the water front Real estate Banquet of tho Massachusetts association Lieut GovCjifild speaks on the Blots in Chicago follnw tho furiilture movers Mrs Charles Sprague of Broolj llne wedded to Edward Braridogeu of Kastpver previous declared ineligible at tliB Boston terrier Gbv Bates predicts that tho British will yet come under the American flag Unknown man commits suicide at ViiKe Charles says he tried to iteep his can vass on a high plane Doyle will make statement after analyzing PttSfe Kavorhill and Lowcli win New Eng land league basketball car struck on railroad crossing four persons Harvard sophomore class as president a student who is working his way through Crew of schooner bound for at sea match at Agawam broken up by Mellor of Yonkers wins the annual road race at in now record jof convention names spocial committee to consider eighthour law TODAYS destroys malt house of Frank Jones brewing plant at Ports N Paste Cpnsul General Fowler reports that the situation at Port Arthur is extreme ly Japs land men at NeWchwang and Charles Dimlap of asks for the appointment of a guardian for his who is a member of the Holy ijhost and Us Col Hecker resigns from Panama com mission Senator Cockrel and1 Judge Magoon mentioned for his Harvard football squad arrives at Morris Cove Meier and Derby all to play Dudley Dean sizes up the Harvard Yale Lou Dillon in her farewell effort of the season at fails to equal her mark of doing the mile in n Interesting events on Dorclioa ter driving clubs racing card Inrod Parent signs twoyear contract to play witli Paste drunkenness and other things discuseecl by the Massachusetts Lcjcal price of coal not to be advanced Couria family barely escapes doath in fire at Counsel for Nan Patterson claims to have discovered among tho talesmen summoned in tho case nn oye witness of the shooting of Young seven jurors Comingout party for Miss Catherine Bancroft of Cambridge her engagement to William Haviland of Franco an Trustees of Catholic university ot America say tho in spito of its financial push on with greater Household dally lesson in history and boys arid girls Last nights Adams family indicted at N on and arson charge Henry Wtlklns on murder AValtham high beats Boston English 10 to 0 other school tootball Clarence Plckett of in jured in a Michigan train in a serious Judge Moore pays for a pony Jordan horses sweep all before them at New York horse Financial and commercial PllKC Laborer finta a verdict of against the city of Boston for tho loss of his Atty Gen Moody holds that Atty John Cotton must deliver treasury war rant for for civil war expenses to proper authorities of the state ot under penalty of tho present warrant canceled and a new one Salem man orders flowers for wifes while she is then sells them for men fatally asphyxiated at gas works at N through break in a By avflre which started in the nqrtli corner of pier 5 of the Hoosac Tun nel docks oclock last and spread with lightning rapidity through the a stioiigfeHhwest pier was burned to the waters a loss of dndthe and the grain elevator close were serioxisly Three vessels which were docked close to the pier barely escaped and only by quick action was loss of life Pier fi was owned by the Boston and leased by the War Plpi1 which was almost given up for is occupied by the Between the two the dairies swept for an preventing tho firemen from working their way betweenthem and work had to be done from the ends of the necessarily at a Pier which is occupied by the White Star was at no time in as the wind was blowing the flames the other but one of the boats Ing to that company wao pulled from the pier just in That was the Capt First Mato Berry was In charge of her last Thjs HamburgAmerican liner which was docked at burning caught ftre befoVo it could bo pulled and was badly scorched along her side for a distance of CO or 75 streams from one of tive engines quenched the flrpand she was taken out toa place of safety by a Great Work Saved the The thickof the tight was about the corner the where tho fire although the battle to Pier 4 was li noble one and upon Which tho firemen were congratulating them selves IP At the nortljeast corner of tho shed there lends tho run to the grain eleva torand so quickly and fiercely did the flames advance that at one tlma they were 25 feet into this making japld strides toward the maesivo which loomed There the streams of several engine companies were with the fought to save the few feet more and th would have fat1 enough to ignite the whole structure and then thtro would be no telling where the fin would Combination Ift ware sent the run from the other Picking their alphg within wltl so thick that they had He fia for fear of and finally be jng obliged to the sides of the run to let in fresh the men their way almost to the lames They were reinforced by engine 37a who took their lilies into the rui and fought the from Finally their work and that of the scores of streams from the outside hat and the men breathed easier they realized that Hie clevatoi wna Berwin Beaten for the Republican Nomination for m in Renoitifnated Other Results of A struggle equally as hard was on meanwhile on the Bide ol the where flatnes were reaching across the water between the burning pier and shed 4 and licking the very sides arid the standing that the building was sheathed with the flames kept continually catching herb a there until it seemec a certainty the shed would surely catch and go in which case the fire would have gone as far as the The firemen know this well enough and in the face of scorching heat and blinding a sturdy dozen stood directing streams onto the threatened shed until their facet almost cracked with the Some Some It was a highly spectacular Hard ly had the apparatus which responded to the thirdand1 last got limbered up before flames were bursting viiots ly through every door and window in the Shortly afterward the roof yielded and through it oloucls of tltuno and sparks burst spread ing about over On ono side tho heat was almost un oven tp the hardened incn ao dn tiie I District ward District Cauleyi ward District Frothing ward District ward District ward ward DiHtrict ward and John ward ward and Arthur ward District ward District ward District ward Oimdldatos for District ward District ward District Stan ward District i J u ward District District ward 31 District 7TWillIam ward and Frank ward District Burr Louis ward District ward District ward District ward In tho municipal primaries yesterday Street Commissioner Salem Charles was renominatod for third term by the handsome majority or 5G78 with one precinct in 13 to hear over James of the board of The contest the street commls sionership nomination on tho part of MiDoyle was clearly an antlaclminis trntion Had Doyle won it wculd have boon considered heavy andtelling blow against the democratic city The result of the so far as the primarlcH are con leaves the organization unim The administration forces lined up for Charles and all their energies nominate Supt Donovan ol tho street department took charge of the Chnrles campaign and mado it a per sonal Naturally he wag elected as the result of the street cornmisionor The Charles victory was Kcented in the early evening and Charles left city hall for homo butoro S Threatened Appeal to Duringtho evening Mr Doyles iaign Joseph ailed at the office of the election com nissionevs and entered a protest against he Democratic appearing beside name of Halem Charles on tho Hlcihl From the conversation ad with Chairman Minton of the elec lon board the impression la that tne Joyle may appeal the su nerne court for a rulingon to think that the vord Democratic gave Mr ChaHciK aij dvantaga in the contest nnd1 that the the law in plac ing Charles Chairman Minton explained that Mr on the Fourth E WHEN IN DOUBT To the A PLEASURE To the A And when YOU BUY A YOU SgT A 9i 2 end up Per According to Jfyc or state See thai Signature is branded on the FEOM A SKETCH BY A It is difficult to teli sometimes where necessity ends and luxury Jhis for exam looks at first s ght like a pure Yet it is hard to see haw the essect worn who has a proper re gard for her can do wi t hout it fi it is not a necessity to then no piece of furniture Tho ad of the swivelled mechanism is worth many times its trifling extra for it enables you to see every angle of the figure from every The ordi nary CheVffil Glass leaves much to be tut this swivelled which tilts and revolves at the same gives you every We foidls these Swivelled ChevaJs in vari ous inespensife and give you your choice of several ma antique Mreh or   

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