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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 18, 1905, Boston, Massachusetts                                II THE Be sure to call early with your Ada for tomor rows Helf vs out tjy rnrlywittt your Ads tcV to moi rows YOL LXV1IN PKICK RESULTS PROVE ALL THINGS THEREFORE WE SAY BUY A TRIAL PACKET OF CEYLON AND INDIA Ti Draw it era your teapot and the result will prove it the purest and most delicious have ever HIGHEST Eussians Fighting the Way Destination Troops Going to Aid of ST March a anxiety Is felt here re garding tho fate of the army In Man churia Under Its new no developments the last two flays having been received The only dispatches from the front ere the brief announcement yesterday that Gen Linevitch had assumed com mand and that Gen Kuropatkln was de for St which dis of a that the latter had committed and the Associated Press Cbanfftufu filed the i morning of March 16 and written at the station of which was then held by the In this correspondents no pause in the Japanese advance is prob able for some The Russians are losing heavily in the rearguard and Japanese columns are reported to be pushing northward fast as possible to com plete the envelopment of the Russian will have a considerable accession of fresh troops In a day or the 4th European corps being now at Harbin and departing officials here declare that there are now at Gen Line vitehs disposal In la that this force will be sufficient to cause the Japanese to exercise great ercaution in their Prince who will leave St Petersburg soon to prepare the Siberian raJiroad for forwarding the new levies have been determined said yesterday that tlrere had been no break down as and he hoped as soon as navigation opened it would possi to transport onefourth of the out soldiers by the rivers and relieve the railroad to that Although Gen Ituropatkins downfall from the military stand nevertheless it arouses sympathy in circles familiar with the long cam paign that has been waged against him by the general Gen Sakharoft was his open enemy and Gen Drngomlroff his most severe and many of hia own subordi nates were jealous and grudgingly Many epigrams about Gen Kuropat kitts shortcomings are being to Gen and the superses sion of the former at such a critical moment IB directly attributed to Drag Emperor Nicholas now giving ear to the veteran strategist In military Continued on the Seventh Fire in a Building on Hale Firen and Police Agree It Liquid Thrown on Goods Found to Be Two score or more lives were placed In jeopardy at 11 oclock last night by what the firemen and police unite In claiming was an attempt to set five to the fourstory brick dwelling house at 17 Hals West The firo was in the grocery store of Samuel In the and was seen1 by pa trolman Samuel The officer in passing discovered that a bundle of brooms was ablaze putting his shoulder to Jurst It in and tried to wut thcTOpouti He grabbed up the brooms and threw them into tho but the fire had spread and was in danger of getting beyond that point where he oould cope with It Among the first to come to his aid was David the owner of tho buildingand son of the proprietor of the Ha told tho nremen and police laterthat upon hearing the house was afire he grabbed upa pail which he sup posed contained water end rushing in threw it about the goods in the Upon giving the matter more considera tion he came to the conclusion that the bucket must have contained oil Instead of This came out when Dlst Chief Mc Donough and the members of engine fi of Leverett headed by Capt invaded the To the practiced senses the firemen it was easily recognizable that something was and with the flre quickly disposed of they began an They discovered that a good deal of the stock in the store was saturated with kerosene and was of such a nature that it would have been ready food for Chief McDonough auestloned the junior with the result that the Information was advanced as related McDonough immediately notified the police of his suspicions regarding the cause of tho and also acquainted them with fact that a pane of glass in a rear window had been broken in case the lire got any start at would have proved a vent for the The upper part of the house is occu pied by several Jewish each of whom has its quota of While the firemen worked in the basement many of them ignorant of the danger that threatened them The flre marshal will be asked to in WHITTIER S HELOJTLYNN Mystery in Death of Former Autopsy on tlio Body of Mrs Susan Police Think Blows on Head Killed March Susan who wasfound dead in her at bO Ireson st last died from Hemor rhage of the but whether as the result of a blow from some person or a fall Is That Is the partial re sult of the autopsy held by Mealsal Bx aminer Plnkhatn this The police have under arrest Beth the womans former husband from whom she was divorced a number of yekrs She afterward married Jerome Fuller of for a long time private clerk to several may ors of that and who is who was intoxicated when says that all he knows waa that the frequently fell and hurt herself They had lived in the same and he gays that last night about 7 he went into her room and saw her lying onthe He did not approach and about 11 repeated the Then he put his hand on her face and it was I knew then she was said but I went to bed In my room and this morning about notified some of the women lit the house that Mrs Fuller had died during the He denied ever striking and know nothing aa to the cause of her except that she might have fallen and Injured herself having nobody to look after died On the womans face and head were found a number of bruises and On the back of her head and covered with the long hair was found a cut sev eral inches as if made by a sharp Both her eyes were and she also had a discolored spot on her forehead and the side of her near the The arms and especially near the elbows and were a mass of discolored and these the police are inclined to believe may have come from Continued on the Fifth THE March cast for Saturday and Sunday For New England and warmer followed by showers Satur v day night in west showers increasing southerly to easter ly CHIEF MARSHAL CASEY OF THE EVACUATION BAY AND HIS Patrolman Michael Ti Baretta of di vision 15 committed suicide about ast night by shooting himself with his iolice revojver in the forehead over the right He was found lying in a pool f blood at the corner of Main and Mt shawum by John Moras of 16 Austin DANCES AT AGE OF Mrs Mary McKlttrick of In Fine March double occasion of St Patricks day and her 107th birthday were observed today by the oldest woman in this part of Mrs Mary McKlttrlok who had a gathering of friends at the home of her Duke one niila from She was In the best of health and spirits to and jqined for a few minutes iu danoing with the merry Capital Surplus Devonshire Boston Condensed Statement at Close of Business March I RESOURCES Notes United States Amount Due frowD S B Demand Cosh and Dnf itom LIABILITIES OEpltal Surplus and Undivided Nationa Bank Notes Outstanding tJultBd Sthtes Bond 1800000 Deposits Daniel President Eflward Vice President FrederJc Cashier John Vice President ylce President Edward Hay Cashier Clinton Vice President Bertram Cashier Orlando JL Alfowt iuolvln Austin fidward m Blodgett Roland Boydea DIRECTORS John Robert Bdwards George Female Eugene Fogs Hill Charles Jones Mortimer Mason Charlea Mellen Heary Wallace Robinson William Stetson Jamea Storrow John Weeks Daniel Wing Sidney Winslow forecast for Boston anfl vicinity warmer light south west increasing cloudi probably showers by afternooh or The temperature yesterday as indi cated by the thermometer at Thompson spa 3 a m 6 a m 9 a m 12 hi S p m 6 p m 9 p m 12 mid average temperature 34 The temperature ag registered in following places at 8 last evening Mont real Nantucket New York Washington Atlanta Savannah Jacksonville New Orleans St Louis Chicago 68 St Paul Bis rnarck Omaha Denver The Globes forecast for Sunday and promises to be partly cloudy to and showers may oc cur during the day or followed by clearing and somewhat with winds becoming northwest STRIKE FORMALLY Tool Sharpeners and Grpnite Manu facturers of Quinoy Sign New BIM of March strike of tool sharpeners was formally settled tonight when the representatives of tha manu facturers and the union signed the bills of tJnder the agreement three ap prentices are to be allowed to each gang of 13 The tool sharpeners received 10 cents a day It is expected that both tool sharpen ers ana cutters will resume work Mon As an outdoor Sbuth Bos tons Evacuation day military parade was one of the most successful that has yet been held In the district from whose historic nights Qen George Wash ington was privileged to witness the embarkation of Lord Howe and his British 129 years The weather was fine and the cool east wind being tempered by bright sdnshine the streets everywhere weio brilliant with flags and and thousands lined the long marching for it was a general holiday in the the schools and most of the stores and factories being If Gen Howe had been setting forth oh his personallyconducted tour to Hali fax he could not have wished for a more favorable day for a sea It a pretty crowded capacity for patriotic celebration knows pfacileaUy no The prograrn opened with sunrise salute from the tJSS New which had been sent here in honor of the oc and by the ringing of bella throughout the Patriotic including an 6ra tlon and held in the as sembly hall of the South Boston school at a and there waa more saluting and bellringing at Crowds on Hand Although the the great spec tacular feature of the days was not scheduled to start p the spectators began to gather along Broadway and the other principal thoroughfares two hours before By the time the imposing line of 8ol sailors and high boys got in motion the sidewalks were a solid mass at and every porch and platform utilized for grand stand aa The South Boston Itself was reinforced by many hundreds Of visitors from the city and out of the Dorchester district sending especially large The decorations along the route wens about general and artistic as any that have marked an Evacuation day Those of the leading dry goods arid other retail establishments along and of the various po litical and social like tile Douglas club and the Collins wore partlouarly Hibernian as entered somewhat into the decorative but were more in evidence on the per sons oJ those who helped to make up the interesting street miral Schley and Gen Nelson throughout tlie of Lord Howe and King fakirs did a thriving business with patriotic and youns America invested a good deal of money in these during the The police arrangements for keeping the route march clear were ex and car service run so as not to interfere in any with the At especially congested points junction of Broadway st ropes thrown across the street to keep the crowds celebration also Included the Both an niversary of theunion with South Bos of Washington Tho ylllafee did itaalf proud with reapect to both decorations and local There were lively scenes in the vicin ity of the chief maiHhala headquarters tho variousdetachments wero taking the assigned to Where They The coast artillery reported on tho north side Columbia west of the right resting on the square the marines from the navy yard on road north east of the right resting on the square tho Span ish war veterans on Columbia road north side east of Edward Everett right at of the the South Boston and Dorchester high school cadets On Columbia road south side east of Edward Everett right resting on the and tha carriages containing the invited members of the city government and the citizens association committee formed on Columbia road south side east of Edward Everett in single right resting at left of high school Washington Portraits Portraits of in various attitudes and moods and there were also pictured of Ad WAITING FOR THE PARADE ON Capt William Casey of the 9th chief marshal the got his 1500 men into motion with com mendable The start was made from Edward Everett one of the most remote points In the South Boston and the route was considerably longer than approximating five This route waa selected with special referenceto the fact that thisyears TODAYS GLOBE Patrolman Michael Baretta kills himself on the street in South Bostons Evacuation day cele bration and parade about the most suc cessful yet Seth Whittler held by police tn con nection with death of his divorced wife at Japs still pressing the fleeing Rus sians St Petersburg anxious Rojest vunsky leaves Noasi Be for unknown Alleged incendiary flro in a house oc cupied by several Jewish families on Finite Engine capsized at Massachusetts av and Boylston st on the way to a Timely discovery by engineer of st ruction on track prevents wreck oi boat train from Boston for Green flag kept from flying over Pltta fleld high Washington and of celebrates its 103th anni Mr and Mrs Alexander the parents of 14 celebrate their golden wedding in While at hospital to see sick child Mrs Annie Irvines home catches Death of John White of father of state building Indictment on 161 counts found against Standard oil company by Union county Ky grand Paige President Roosevelt at banquet of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick at New York at wedding of a nloce in the Regular Boston Americans play against picked Lowell defeats Boston English high school in the dual track 4S to At the automobile Running races at New Haw Ireland celebrated S Patricks TODAYS GLOBE Tprk has the biggest St Pat ricks day parade since men being in Pat and Capt Dbnelan send St Patricks day greetings to fellowcountrymen in Big banquet winds Up South Bostons Evacuation day Gov Peabody of true to hig resigns and Lieut Goy Mc Doruild becomes chief Banquet of the Clothiers of Students fair at the democrats plan a sweep of municipal New Page Ov Santo Dorningo and in the Senate to be finished today proba bly Japan and the Philippines meu Bill defining manslaughter in Maine amended so aa to aim at Holy Ghost and Us society without affecting ian Scientists Tha on voice rejects the proposition to have an industrial eom Investigate conditions in the state antiuaury bill goea protests officially to U S atato Cepartment agalliBt the action Ven ezuela in the matter of tho Drench cablo and calls action highhanded and IvtlBsouri republicans cant agfOQ on oandldoto for the and may agree to reflect Mius Camilla VVathne of Newton seek ing whereabouts of Thomas who has Inherited property n Michael Mullen of Neponaet sends to President Roosevelt a photograph of hia family of as an argument for his reinstatement at the Ghaileatown navy Have Lung Kuro on Hand TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Loren of New commits suicide in New South Boston high beats Mechanic Arts 75 to 4 Brady makes la goals other basket British checker experts now hold a lead of 12 gamesover the American Rouse OBrien defeats Kid Lewis at the Douglas Pennsylvania and Columbia divide honors of the intercollegiate swimming Good rolling in the Greater Bostoh bowling Fire In Crompton causes lossof between and Page financial Weekly of Paste Household daily lesson in history and boys and girls Commercial Sturgis act reeultB in determihed cam paign for strict enforcement of pro hibitory HvW hi Steamship Bohemian four days over due rat Boston and the Hungarian a week overdue at Dinner of Boston Helen Tcabreau still mystery toWal tham Real estate PtiWe Joseph Soldier and sena tor from Connecticut many Defence in the Pieusser murder trial at N rests its Pres Elmer Capen of Tufts oollega attacked by with a March 7 Catherine tlje youngest telegraph operator in who i haa been eiaployecl at the hotel eloped today witn Willie uno of the bellboyu at Columbia road north side west of the right resting at left of the ar tillery corps the mavinos and sailors from the cruiser New on Colum bia road south side west of right resting on the square the signal corps of the MVM on right resting at Edward Bveratt sq the 9th regt on resting at the left of the signal corps the naval brigade on Massachu setts right resting at left of tho 9th regt the on Columbia Started on Good Chief who was 6n the grounds us early as 1 gave the signalto advance a few minutes after the bugler sounded forward and tho procession movetl down Boston led by eight mounted police skirmishers in charge of Sergt in order Clilet Wlllliiui adjutant Oth Chief of dipt Ucoigu National Mnj John 8th ami Onpt Albert MVM Ilev Jninoa Utu MVM dipt William Ijiinoots CniJi iiuartorniiujtmBfli In MVM dipt Charles 2il MVM CaptJames sur gtion oth MVM Onpt John Dth MVM Capt Hoy linker 20 MVM Cant John 8th MVM Col John Far ley post Capt John post Col James Union Veterans union Capt James Cul Oth MVM Cant William 2d MVM Lieut Mi chael legion of Spanish War Vet erans Lieut Oth MVMj Lieut Walter 2d brigade slsnal ciirw Lieut Oth MVM Limit Prank 1st brlgadi signal cospBj Lieut But surgeon MVM SeiHt chief trumpeter 1st baunllpn 1st bat talion MVM Sortst Geovse Medal of Honor legion Alfred battery llKllt MVM Sorgt Ma George 1st heavy artillery Willlnm naval MVM Sergt Harry 2d 10th artillery 20 Battalion coast artillery forts Strong and 200 MnJ Artillery 1st Lieut Robert assist ant medlcnl offloer 2d Lieut artillery ad BOth Oapt 1st Lieut Jacob Lieut Lerpy totli fort Capt James Lieut Allen Lieut Bralnard 77th fort Capt Jacob lat Lieut John 2if Wont Charles 83d fort Capt Elmer 1st Lieut Frank 2d Lieut Albert Detiiclimont of hospital fort Navy yard 15 Detachment of marines from unvy 75 Oant McWttle Go Lieut Willis Co Lieut John Detachment of oaltois from the iecelvlng ship BO one Continued on tins Fourtli f 60 Congress Boston Condensed Statement of Report to Comptroller of the March 1905 V RESOURCES time Loan Demand United States v Bank Building Exchanges and Due from Banks LIABILITIES Capital Surplus and Profits 7 Bonds Reserved for Accounts of Firms and Corpora tlorss are a He Leaves a Wife and Five IATBOIJHAN MICHAEL Moras thought officer was suf fering from a fit and went in search of He found patrolman Chlsholm and together they hastened to where Baretta was Hewas dead when hisholm came up to Lying by hia side was his with one cart ridge The ambulance was summoned ana the body was given in charge of un dertaker Briggs and will be heldfor an examination by the medical ex Two years ago himself Continued on the Seventh Hnnovei1 and Union Oolongt Qiooni Mixed Assam ft English pec O C Above Good at ALL Steak or At Main Store Peril I5c K DIhB Fancy a RIBS lbl I4C 130 At Main Store Per 22c At Main Store Copper Tea Kettle Each 69c I At Miilu Stove Second Notable Display   

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