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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 21, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                n For Sale Estate For Business Sale Use the Order advts for Sunday f w VOL NO 21 THURSDAY JANUARY 1915SIXTEEN PAGES THE fly FINDS FENWAY FREE OF CRIME 0Meara Sends a Long Letter to Box at Cost of Unjustifiably He Gives Results of Inquiry v Into That the Fenway is a safe fur nished with enough police patrol aplace where only a single crime has been committed In a and that the thett of a Is the message which Police Commissioner Stephen has sent The letter says that a patrol box at Louis Pasteur and Fenway would cost atleast six times cost of any signal established by the Boston Police Department within my knowledge there are three police boxes within approximately 250 fo 300 yaifds of the place suggested for a new The commanding officers of Divisions 10 each of whose territory In eludes a part of the Fenway at the point In reported separately in writ with reasons that they ciould see no benefit to be derived from an ad A signal box In itself affords no more protection a lamp post or a fire A box is as a station In a I system of rapid communication within Police but Its value in the popular sepse sinks to noth ing when the1 policemen on the route faithfully perform their That the police In the locality in question are de linquent in that respect there is not the slightest When Your Honor employs In your letter the expression that this section may have adequate police I cannpt assume that you have found It to be Inadequately protected In com parison with other parts of the for such finding would presuppose an Investigation of and police service which you could not have made without seeking at least some In formation from the Police Department and notwithstanding many newspaper reports to the the letter to which I am now replying is the first communication on the written or which I have received from The facts differ widely from state ments publicly printed as Fenway The complaints received atHeadquar as follows Jan that a SLAIN BY KNIFE IN THE HAND OF HIS BROTHER William Aged Killed in Row Over Spot on Aged Held at Dorchester Police Claims the Stabbing Was an SUGGESTIVE OF HOGAmLLEY Mrs Etogan Finds Name Great Husband Says Some Make a Face When They Hear Just because of a spot on the table cloth William Paul 17oldson of Mr and Mrs John Murphy of 6 Grant lies and his younger John Murphy not yet 14 years is held by the Dor chester police accused of causing the I Viillam was stabbed to the heart by a jackknif e in the hand of Jlohn in a scuffle between the boys during the family din ner at last and in a very few minutes was John and parents declare that the stroke was ac The brothers were two of a family or Six of them with their father not having yet come homewere seated at the dinner table about last One dish was Hamburg and the last to reach the reached across for the As he pulled the platter toward he spilled some of the gravy on the white The older ac cording to the mothers was irritated at he look what John has He has spilledgravy all over your nice clean John then bristled up and reminded his brother spot or no it was none of his and strong In the authority of his said curtly that he would make it his and would show John invited him to come and try CAUGHT AFTER LIVELYCHASE Spirodaki Is Held on Murder Papadakas Shot Down in His NortaySt Counsel Stanley Objects to Reflection on Said to Be a Victim of a had insulted by VeUttgatlonshowed ttiaTshe Immediately reported the occurrence to t a mounted officer of Division that though the offence had been committed In he galloped to the place In i dlcated but could find no trace of the Dec the headmaster of a girls public school reported that young men Dispute Over Fatal Wound Follows The boys had been sitting on opposite sides of the William rose and went around to who had also and the two boys In apite of the fact that William wjas a head the he found the younger brother able to give him a hard and the tightly swung back always edging toward the door into the The although supposing they were only fool stopit Failing to get from Emmanuel proprietor of the Norway 17 Norway Back money he said was due a Greek who told the police he was a and lived at 116 Summer a revolver from his pocket and the police say shot the restaurant man through the head in the little lunchroom yester day As the restaurant proprietor clutching a and pulling dishes and silverware to the floor with a a small boy who was passing the cafe and saw the set up a The assailant fired a second which went dropped his 32callber re volver into his pocket and fled from the Continued on the Third Make Your Poultry Pay Advertise youi1 surplus Bettings and stock in the Poultry Columns of the The Globe is the best Poultry Medium in Want Display Globe Advts Bring the Best and sit Still struggling and the boys passed out of sight around the partly opened which led into the dark entry What happened thereafter Is known only from Jphns excited as told first to his parents and afterward to the He had had the worse of the fight and was tired of From his pocket he drew a jackknlfe and opened If you come near he warned his youll get it It is probable that in the darkness Wil liam did not see the and thought his brother was only In any he disregarded the warning and lunged dViving his body against the open which entered his left breast above the He fell back against the dining room which he pushed wide and through it he staggered to the side of the he Im dead Im getting clutch Ing at the stained he fell to the At the sight the mother and the sis ters shrieked the boys seemed frozen with As soon as Mrs Murphy gainedselfcontrol she sent one of the the run for a a few minutes he brought back Dr John Troanor of 3 Howes but he could only report that the boy was my family and ine she I desire to change my name for the sake of future Continued on the Third The screams of the small boy attracted the attention of Alfred Barrett of 44 Falmouth st and Patrick ORelly of St Germain who started In pursuit of The latterjan down Norway st across Falrnoutfirand toward lluri tington Others joined Barrett and ORelly in the Near corner of Huntington av the Greek drew his and faced his The foremost threw their hands over but did not give up the Seeing that the crowd had no intention of letting him get the Greek resumed In the someone had tele phoned to the Back Bay Police Station On Boylston and the auto patrol was rushing to the scene at a furious It turned into Huntington av right in back of the Patrolman Stephen Flaherty leaped from the machine and darted after literally driving the latter into the arms of Patrolman Arthur who was doing crossing duty at Cumberland st and Huntington Spirodaki was booked at Station 16 on a charge of The police ambulance took Papadakas to the City where he died shortly after without making any He was unable to BO could not Identify who was taken to the bedside by Patrolman Both men have been in this country about four coming from their native Spirodaki said to be an excellent and to have practically started the dead man in Medical Examiner Leary found that the bullet had entered the dead mans head above the left eya and gone clean through the One of Mrs Edward Joseph Hogans reasons for wanting her husbands name changed to Edward Homan Is that Hogan is associated with many cheap such as Hogans ac cording to her testimony be fore Judge George In the Probate Mrs Hogan appeared in defense of her husbands petition that his name be changed to Her four children desire also that they shall assume their mothers maiden as their middle Nearly all day the witness stand was occupied by ope or another of the Hogan unhappy that they are who recited to the judge before an unmistakably amused crowd of spec tators the unpleWaht caused by name of they de had brought them disappoint humiliation and The large courtroom was crowded all day and In the In the absence of sufficient a large numberwere permitted to The hearing is to be continued in the room upstairs this Mr Hogans petition alleges that the hame Hogan is Irish and Catholic and has hurt him financially and politically and Is distasteful to Cox appeared as counsel for while Sargent of Lawrence repre sented the Homans of Ed ward although not object ing to the change of registered his disapproval of the wording of the declaring parts of it slander ous to the Irish and and he asked that such parts be struck from the court Mrs Hogan was on the stand a large part of the When questioned by her attorney she assured the court that she was certainly not a but was christened in ihe Episcopal as were her father and mother before And what are your objections to the nameof asked being a it is very misleading to some and makes a lot of explanation and has caused Kaiser Storms Allies Lines at Many PointsGains In Alsace and Loses Ground Near MANSFIELD MISTS HE NEVER PROMISED TO WED k Tells of Miss Ryans Visit to Boston Apartment and Ferncroft Bars Name on Front ybu tell the court some cases in which Jias hurt you counsel Well I was once looking for an apartment and had It practically en and when I told the landlady my name she said she was but she couldnt let me have it because she wanted a I told her I wasnt but then she said she couldnt have the name Hogan on the front in a business way it has hurt My chlldreft have wanted to be hired as Protestants in and have been practically accepted when their name was given and they were And the poor things would come home to me with tears in their You can see that that has certainly caused un happlness to their who counts on their Has name hurt you socially she was I think of the time oldest who has literary want ed to get into a club and was asked by a girl but she was rejected be cause all the girls were Protestants and did not want That us very Mrs Hogan said the Inconvenience even extended to household as Continued on the Third Von Hindenburg Turns to Meet Fresh Russian Army living Battle Toward His Kaiser Congratulates Count Bombs Excel EightInch SUMMARY OF WAR NEWS Allies recapture position at Slobre Dame de north west of German assaults near Albert hrown Three successive charges on La on northern repelled by Germans announce they have captured trenches northwest of Arras and in Frenchreportfurther gains toward Metz and recapture of positions lost in Airzstein near Cernay in Al sace taken by Emperor William congratu lates Count Zeppelin on success of air raid upon HENRY MANSFIELD ON THE STAND Fitzgerald Denies That He Knows the TODAYS GLOBE Germans make attacks nt numerous points in France and Four 10 injured by German air raid on England belief craft were of small Parseval type Henry Mansneld testltles of promise suit against him brought b Miss Elizabeth William1 aged of Dor ihester killed by stab wound from knife in hands ot a younger TODAYS GLOBE PUBC Dr Harley Stamp loses his suit against estate of Miss Catherine Rodolphe witness against John who held for Grand Jury on swindling Three negroes sentenced to State Prlsdn for robbery of Potter store on Tremont President Wilsons grandson called Francis with no middle Two Boston policemen beaten in at Unole Dudley on Why Adopt a Fail ure The War Day by Day BO Years who was quartermaster m tho wants to learn of Be sure to order your advtp for Fridays Saturdays Sundays Globe x Autos FOP Sale Real Es tate For Sale Help Wanted Business FOP Sale Rooms To Let Use the Make sure of your copy of next Sundays Globe by or t in ter police protection in the Spirodaki arrested charged with the murder of Emmanuel Papadakas In a NorWayst Edward Hogan and members of his family heard on their petition to change their name to ExMayor Fitzgerald to quit clothing business to become head of an industrial pi emotion Strike fracas among garment workers results In Injuries to several and six arrests Sergt Anderson but clings to James Storrow takes wifes place as lecturer before Dorchester Mothers Iftunlclpal lodging house for young women on West Brookllne st may be ready this Page x Gov Walsh names Judge Carroll for Supreme Court other nominations State Auditor and Attorney General United States biggest the at Puxe New movement in Mexico aiming to crush Villa and United States Government practically decides to insure Daolas cotton William Llndsey offers to finanoe Harvard unit of Ambulance Hospital In George Boston architect on trial In with n Pane Witness at hearing into conduct o Minister Sullivan charges latter started revolution In the Dominican Finance Commission reports that gas ompany and not the city should bear cost of experimenting with lighting de Puxe Platt high exonerated of charges of Sargent School beats Melrose High Iris at basket Medford High hookey team springs Us second surprise of beating New ton 4 to Pajte Organized ball powers described as oppressors of players and minor leagues n opening of court case In Braves likely to all of thelr home james at Fenway Park next Dartmouth wins from Harvard at 4 to ClarkFive beat Co M and practically win professional basketball PHKU Robert chosen for chief marshal at the Harvard Com mencement Quarantine on the foot and mouth dis ease to be eased In New Arthur Daloy of Boston sentenced to from one to four years in State Prison for assault with Intent to kill at Friend v Contest at the olectloh ot directors o the Collateral Loan Iago Kermesse Flamande a huge succei from alumni hold banquet In Injured from the Italian earthquak being ruHhed to Foavs for safety of steamer TODAYS GLOBE Iage Misses Ray and Esther Slater host sses at Peoples Palace to 175 children at the first of their proposed free sup ers to continue until e Annual banquet of the Catholic Union f who took part with in bombarding Federal of the Recce Company and J ther sailors fleet Page 11 Financial Analysis and history ButtonHole Machine other Kleece Paige 12 Household Whats to Become of Peggy Page Jacob Schlff and August Belmont testify at the Industrial Inquiry In New Commercial Mall wagon drivers threatened with arrest if they block streets outside Federal Boston Boot and Shoe Club holds Its annual Ladles reception and ban New Tork detectives allege discovery of a f News of the water Paice Division superintendents conclude tes timony at Bay State Street Railway arbitration Page Harry Thaw will probably be taken back to New York Carnegie hero medals Col Roosevelts Nobel peace prize on the way to be returned to Train strikes a wagon on Crossst crossing Maiden and two are flour blamed on Henry the proprietor of Ferncroft defendant in the breach of promise suit against him by Elizabeth Ryan of New took the stand In the third session of the Superior Court yesterday He was on all questioned by his at Before Mansfield was called ExMayofc John Fitzgerald was permitted to In Tuesdays testimony a wit James said that hesaw three men kiss Miss Ryan one Sunday afternoon at and that also kissed Henamed the exMayor as one of those whom he saw kiss the young Yesterday Mansneld insistently denied that either In letters or conversation he ever promised to marry Miss ExMayor Fitzgerald denied that he ever kissed Miss said he had never spoken to her and wouldnt know her If He saw Tho was crowded as and when the session opened there was a waiting line of more than 100 In the This was after the courtroom Mr Fitzgerald was on hand before the ooirt came Attorney Sullivan agreed that attorney Coakley might put him on the stand without Judge Fessen den Mr Fitzgerald Denies The exMayor was not on the stand more than four After giving his name to attorney Coakley and say ing he was an exMayor of the witness was questioned as follows Were you ever at Ferngroft A YfiS by Always by members of my O Were you ever in a room there with a Mr a Mr Beeley known as Mullen Did you ever speak to Bessie Ryan I wouldnt know her if I saw Were you ever in any room with three men when Miss Ryan was there Continued on the ISlRhth FITZGERALD LEAVES CLOTHING BUSINESS Will Head New England Securities Welcomes Opportunity to Boom Home He Burdett Business College Admits MILITANT MARY Foavs for safety of steamer evenlng students a very Won which has been heard from since IB Boylston leaving Boston Sunday for New beprdthedrurna ondlbouqbHbcrt WEEPINGIN THELAND New Russian army in Northern Poland trying to cross Vistula be low who face Heavy fighting on the roads to Thorn and West Russians maintain foothold on western bank of Bzura River against strong Austrian assault on Western beaten Belief in England that airships of Parseval made the raid in Archduke Charles Austrian heir to visit Emperor William at German United States Government vir tually decides to insure steamer Dacias cotton ExMayor John Fitzgerald last ivenlng announced his intention pf re Irlng from the clothing business in order to accept the presidency of the New England Securities an organization formed with the Idea of romotlng the industrial and commer cial development of New a subject which has long been dear to the leart of the former fr Fitzgerald explained last evening that his decision to retire from the clothing business had to be made at very short as he was given onlyt 18 hours in which to the new He has transferred his stock ri the clothing business to the Kennedy In accepting this new said the former I found It necessary to give up either my newspaper or the clothing and I chose the lat I am very glad that such a repre Conttiuiod on tho Third THE Jan for New England and Eastern New York Fair a colder Thursday Fri day FIVE BATTLES ON FRENCH SOIL Jan the Ger mans continue their attacks day and night in Prance to recover lost their armies in Poland feel the increasing weight of Russias great numbers and face the necessity of turning to meet a fresh foe in the north or falling back from Warsaws Vigorous assaults by German In fantry at five widely separated points last night and today gave fresh evi dence of the Kaisers new offensive on the western In some of these encounters the Germans reached the Allies trenches end hand to hand fighting took but at all points in France the assailants met as the rench Hard Fighting in Berlin announces the Germans carried a trench at Notre Dame de northwest of The French admit loss of this position ast but declare they recap credit this In a determined attack south of Thiepval near the Germans advanced up to the wire entangle but could not pass them Three successive German charges on La Boisselle ended in The Germans say they won further ground in the French re ports declare a German charge at La Fontaine aux in that re was repelled after a handto hand Creeping Up on For Boston and Vi cinity Fair Thursday and Friday slightly colder Thursday mod efate variable wlndi becoming Globes Forecast Fair Friday Saturday probably ogntlnued fair light to moderate westerly The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons 40 6 a 37 9 a 35 12 38 3 p 40 39 9 p 38 Average temperature average one year ago 38Vi Temperatures at 8 Last NlghtrSan 54 St 86 23 36 82 32 New 34 Washington GERMAN BOMBS OF GREAT POWER Jan German they are thus described y the German official paid a four hours visit to the oast towns of Norfolk last night Topped 20 or more These killed four injured 0 or more others and did consider damage to The re iort that a fifth a ad been killed proved to be incor Yarmouth and Kings the argest towns suffered the greatest Eight bombs were Topped in the former one ot hem killing an old man and an old injuring ihree other per ons and smashing every window within a radius of several hundred In Kings Lynn a woman and a boy were killed by bombs which de molished a row of Like Great Lead Two of the German bombs at Yar The French claim to further progress In tho region to which military men attach so much It Is predicted that the Germans will launch heavy as they did at to put a stop to the French advance toward th roads leading to This French progress threatens the German position at St Mihiel where the invaders Intrenched line stretches like a flngeij far into th French Could the French dispose of this force they would b In a way to assail the outer forts b Metz and endanger German position west of German Success In The only other matter of Jmpor tanoe diseased by the official state Continued 6p tUV Fourth Continued on the Fourth Wants Wants Remember Globe advts bring the best re Order your advts for Saturday and Sunday Chandler and llerluUy EUROPEAN PLAN Manager Uostan Hotel Three bloaUo from tho Back liny utationv of tho and Hloctrlcs dtrcMU to unit from ull railroad BtutloiiH unit Btpiimboiit Every lioom Hun a Irlvute Until LongDlstancc Telophcme In Booh FUtSTCLASH CUIBINH AND BWRVKiffl 50 slnKle private for one per 100 double private for two per vate for two per Nothing trannferred I anil fu 350 double alcove prl LARGE VAB1BTV FROM SOe to 4Bo 1leiKte Send Iostul for WEATHER FORECAST FAIR AND COLDER   

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