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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - March 23, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                Start Now Advertise Your Real Estate and Summer Cottages in Tomorrows and Thursdays s Read the atlvts in todays Hire your help through Hie IVOL LXXXVIINO 82 TOES AY MARCH 1915iSIXTEEN PAGES PRICE TWO CENj STBIAN FORTRESS PRZEMYSL FALLS Surrender Follows Failure of Last Desperate Blows Up Defensive Works Subsisting on Horse Flesh After Five Months of Troops SAYS HOLLAND CONFESSED SHORTAGE Announcement by Selectman Lucas At Watertown Town Son of Selectman Frank Bennett Accused Of Assaulting Reporter at more than 700 citizens crowded into Town Hall and many others unable to gain there was held tbnight one of the hottest town meetings In the history of this Argument over the Finance Commit tee and the Board of Health led to sharp bickerings hi which the lie was and in a session that lasted from 7 oclock to not half the business on the warrant was fin The meeting was adjourned to Wednesday It began with a statement by Harvey chairman of the Board of the affairs of Joeeph Holland who up to Feb 1 tax collectorarid Is rlow bellcveS to be living In Jamaica Although a surprise to most of the citizens pres Lucas revelations were quietly enough On Feb he ttoiland had gone to then chairman of the with his resignation and a con fession that he was short In hln col lectors It did not seem likely Holland knew how much the short age and the who had at once been put on his had not yet finished their he they had discovered a considerable alI though apparently covered by the lectors so that the townwould i not Tax collections had been made and account he and reason the cooperation of the public had been that it might be Known just what taxes had been Continued on the Fifth SLAIN ASSHE PLAYS PIANO s Banker Shoots Then Howard Boocock Treasurer of Astor Trust VIEWS OF THE AUSTRIAN SURRENDERED TO THE BOSTONBOUND TRAIN WRECKED Locomotive and Two Oars Off at Fireman Beebee Jumps and Is tti Only Person To Sell Spring Goods Advertise in the Daily Start your Easter advertising Nervous Breakdown the Only NEW March Boo fy treasurer of the Astor Trust Com pany and prominent New York qlub shot and killed his wife and then killed himself tonight In their Bast 7ith Coroner Norman Ditman was in the niversity 54th st and 6th rhen a hurry call was Boo ock and his wife were dead when Dr Mtman A preliminary Investigation failed to isclose any motive for the So ar as could be thfe Boococks ere happy in their home and riends said that Boocook had no flnan ial The family moved In the best circles nd Mrs whose maiden name as Adele entertained exten Baococlt came home at his usual hour or dinner tonight and the lAnnle observed that he appeared to 22The baggage car and smoker of the Boston due at Boston at 10 p jumped the tracks a few hundred feot from the drawtoridge over the Housatonlc River hero Fireman Bubee fell 30 feet and was the only one It Is Bald the derailment was caused by the engineer setting his emergency brakes when he saw the signals set against The Boston cars of this train reached the South Station at this Be sure to have yoln1 i Real Estate Business For Sale Help Wanted Advls in tomorrowo anii Thurs days IT WILL PAY YOU To read the advte In todays Uuolo Dudley Coiitlnuetl on the Foiirtli MILITANT MARt ltddarkestjust oaIveremarked BEFORE itdoesntpay TRUST ME ILLSTOP THISWAR To Militant Dear Mr you kindly pub Ish these little to Militant Mary send her regularly to England to my tmiall whose brother of IS is the youngest sergeant in tho British sends Militant Mary to the train ng camp to amuse the boys and we are all Blad to read the clever little daily rhymes in the Yours very TO MILITANT Theres a little girl in England AVho says Hbou iiovcr soon Sucli very legs as yours Wherever ahe hue Sim llilnkfi youro Sn iittiuHlne And nltbougli yourlets lire Youve a very elcvor forelywd And most dutcvmiiiQi chlnl So I Bend tier all your pitturns And I thought youd llko to know Klio has a uoldlor Would yuu like him for your beau MAUV Kngllnbuieu were far too cold Tn tliOBO HurTiUKcttci BO bold For roe to stoop ai low An to unto one for my So thank you for your BoiUnmlty Ill rumuln true to my An for my leitu xo ulendor Ill ask you to remember That Hucli bold romucku From old BliarUu i to mo your POSED AS MAN MANY YEARS Albert Beaudoin in sReality a Deatti Reveals Sex of Employe of Holyoke Paper MiIE CARRIED FORTUNE IN HIS CLOTHING Death of Former Boston Man Reveals Disguise May Have Been to Barn EUGENIC MARRIAGE LAW IN VERMONT Legislature Passes Bill Carrying MONTPBLIBR March Legislature today an act provid Ing for eugenic A fine of 500 is provided for any par son who weds without fullfllllng the requirements of the which Is aimed to prevent the marriage of those pro nounced physically or mentally TODAYS GLOBE Iasre Przemysl surrenders to Russians after five months Death of Albert Beaudoin In Willl mansett reveals fact that he was In reality Miss Florestlne who had posed as a man for Exciting Watertown town meeting chairman of Board of Selectmen tells citizens of shortage In accounts of Joseph former collector of Intimation that Miss Shurtlieff alone was responsible for her death and re port police will drop Sanuta and Barrio found not guilty of murder of Charles Glngras In New YorkBoston due here at 10 last wrecked at Conn nreman the only one Howard treasurer of the Astor Trust Company of New kills his wife arid Vermont Legislature passes law pro viding Cor eugenic marriage Thomas former Boston who died in St had for tune concealed In Paso Boston street widening bills killed In the State Qov Walsh suggests to ths Legislature that boiler Inspection be taken from the State City Council transfers Parental School property to City Hospital for conva Fasc Attractions at the PiiRe Bostondated letter demanded In the qase1 of Miss who brought breach qf promise charges against March 22The death of Miss Florestlne Albertlne was found in Wlllimansatt Saturday revealed that she had lived disguised as a man for She ttved alone In a shack near the home of her Mrs Mary La Chap and as Albert Beaudoin worked in the paper mills of The only motive suggested for Jier long masquerade Is that she could earn more as a Her death was due to heart After her days worn In Holyoke she was loading a wagon with poiicetnon found her leaning against the wagon and asked the supposed Al bert Beaudoin if he needed any The woman that she would be all right in a little A little later she was found lying by the and she died soon after a physician The body was taken to an undertakers rooms in Where the post mor tem examination that revealed her sex was made by Medical Examiner Gallagher of It Is said she first assumed a mascu line name and dress In Canada about 30 years when she was 17 years Nearly in Bank Two March body of Thomas who here on was taken this afternoon to to be buried In the family After Mr Tilgrhes death there were found on his concealed his in bankbooks show ing deposits ofnearly and two very valuable He was a native of but came to Vermont a number of years ago be cause of Illhealth and resided in Barton Until he camo here last He fol lowed the show and moving picture business and did some trading In dia x He is survived by his divorced Nellie who lives in He was a brotherinlaw of Mrs Charles Sullivui of whose hus band is justice of the Charlestown Mu nicipal POLICE WILL ORONNQUIRY Shurtlieff Case to Go Intimation Girl Alone Was Responsible lor Czars Forces Turn on Last Remaining Bar to Invasion of Victory Celebrated by Crowds It It Decisive Blow of SUGARY OF WAR NEWS Austrians surrender President Wilson takes up on point of draft of protest to Allies prisoners taken by British prize court awards payment on Ameri can shipments of flour and wheat Scandinavian on four detained MISS CURTIS TODAYS GLOBE Page Netherlands Government on Ger many foiexplanation of submarines capture of two Dutch Indications of a record year for build Ing operations In Haverhill shoe Indus try in good Crowd of more than 4000 sees 46 bouts boxed at Mechanics Building for New England Tennis fixtures for 1915 Harvard varsity baseball squad cut to 38 half of Whom are battery candi Harvard Varsity and second crews do the former winning by six Amateur Boston pin championship won by Colonial Boston Girl Is Wedded to 2d Lieut Harry Byng in Bt Marys Special CiiUe to The March marriage took place at St Bryanston yesterday of Zd Lieut Hurry the third son of the late and Mrs 32 Bryanston and daughter of Mr and Mrs Allen Curtis of Boston and Beverly TODAYS GLOBE Pafcc Japanese Kultur for discussed by Uncle The War Day by Day 50 Years They Lesson in Page Financial and commercial Government figures show America will feel if wheat exports keep up at present Osborne of New Joseph Battell leaves acres of forest land and much other property to Mlddlebury Oldest house in on old Crowo badly damaged by Treasury planning reorganization of its Income tax Pago President druft of strong pretest to England and France on ground that the blockade of commerce IB 4n based on no precedent In law or Henry Hall describes visit to weather at Hot Springs restricts Jed Sox practice to a brief Braves win from 13 to at Liva Tips and The by Grantland Live Tipa and Billy JSvaris new Page London papers call capture of Przem ysl most important of war expected to stimulate war factions in Rumania and American doctors doing heroic work in battling with the typhus epi Awards of made by English Prize Court op American ooreal food stuffs on fourdetained Washington to await particulars be fore deciding on course of action in catia of German steamer Paris startled by warning of another Zeppelin raid aircraft drops bomb on town north of James ODonnoll Bennett finds system the keynote German military opera tions and tt him doubt whether Germany can be filr Edward Grey declares there will be no peace till Belgium IB restored and Prussian domination of Europe Authoritative source at Constantinople aays three Turkish armies are moving pplum ffatlentf Treated at Qivena1 Household Little Stories for by Thorn ton What Girls May by Jessie Rob erts Pago Dr testifying at trial of Dr Augustus reads dying declaration of Irene Real estate Congressman Gardner speaks on Prepare Against War In Hyde New commutation ticket tariff sub mitted by the Boston Maine One Womans News of the Page School for the year of Speaker Clarks Miss Gene vleve heroine at a Ike at Pass Hearing at Augusta falls to clear up mystery surrounding Blllard Company note for found in estate of Kx Gov Henry who had charge of eecurltles tfwned by his Louis testifies In trial of contest over Brookllno drug clerk falls to identify gunmen accused In New Britain anc Wilmington crimes as tho men who shot Charley tt follow considered at Washington to prevent Interference with the shipment of sisal from Fiance Tells Officers a Convincing March the Worcester police are satisfied that the mystery surrounding the tragic death oC Olive the pretty 20year old chjiir singer and Sunday school sec in the massage of Georgi La 17 Austin will never be unraveled and that noth ng further will be done after the fu neral tomorrow afternoon was reported onight It is said that the after In estigating the case and interviewing persons who had talked with the girl n the day of her death and also with riende of the girl and her are iatlsHed that no arrests will bo ilrs Shurtlieff collapsed several times oday and tonight she was given medi cal That the police are inclined to believe he girl alone was responsible for her death is evidenced by the fact that they lave practically dropped the case and eel that there Is nothing further that can be done in placing the responsibility or the girls condition or It was reported tonight that the police have interviewed three local physicians elative to what they knew of thevgliTs It being alleged that she had been treated for what was supposed to lave been rheumatic Just what bearing these alleged Interviews vill have on the case could not be deter nined It was also said that Rev John pastor of the Lake View Con gregational of which the girl was a prominent wus also In terviewed by the police It Is asserted that Mrs mowing the condition of her confided With the relative to what she should do In the Joseph aged of 18 Charlton who was engaged to Miss positively denied to the police today that he knew of her condition and said they were planning to be married n His statement was convincing to the Foot Crushod by March i a Terminal Hurry 13 brukeman sustained a badly crushed foot anil other injuries on Commercial Bt today whei slipped and wont under the locomp tive He was talten to the Maine 3en eral Hospital French retake nearly all of the positions at Notre Dame des Lo says Paris French attacks at Lorette Le Mesnil and Reich Ac Icefkopf according to Ger man Russian attacks in Hungary and the Carpathians are making says Petrograd Germans report the Russians have been driven out of Holland asks Germany to explain capture of the Zoan stroom and Batavier V by Ger man against the Sir Edward Grey declares Belgium must be restored and Prussian domination of Europe must end before peace United States to await fur ther particulars before decid ing case of German steamer now at San Russian victory at Przemyal expected to stimulate war fac tion in Bulgaria and Day shows ho progress by Allied fleet at the British steamer Concord sunk by German submarine in English Zeppelin drops bomb north of Paris capital prepares for another March long invest ment midGalician Fortress of Przemysl has Depleted by subsisting on horse flesh and surrounded by a superior force of Rus the garrison surrendered today to the be sieging army after a defense lasting five which up to the present is recorded as Austrias most noteworthy contribution to the Gen von commandant of the capitulated to Gen the Rus sian without a final The official statement from Vienna asserts that the surrender was ordered because the son had only three days rations The military works and stores were first The hoisting of the white flag over this fort y which was said to be on the point of surren der on a number of caused little sur as it was generally known that it was in a terribly weakened without food or and its endurance was only a ques tion of THE WASH 1 NOT O March for New Enslund and Kasteni New York Unsettled Tuesday probably local snows diiy For Boston and Vi cinity Tuesday un generally fair W e d n e s d a y fair nuch change In the temperature moderate westerly c 1 o b e s Forecast Fair Wednesday fair and warmer Thursday moderate west to southwest The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 3T i Uti a 12 48 3 p 41 ll P S p 38 12 Average temperature US 713 average one year 26 Temperatures ut 8 78 42 St 36 38 84 86 32 Now 38 Washing Continued on the Eighth FLUSHING RESUMES DAILY SERVICE WITH ENGLAND March JJA daily pusseu gcr ami mall service between Holland nml England hue boon according to a dispatch from flushing to Routers FRANK FERDINAND TO MARRY He Gets Decree Waiving FiveDay Law in Order to Wed Mrs Anna With a decree from Chief Justice Bol Hler oC the Municipal waiving the FiveDay Frank aged mid Mrs Anna iigud tioth of till took out a license to marry The couple previously Hied their Intentions to marry at City Mr Ferdinand gave his address as Mont N Anderson address WUB given as 1J18 Common wealth IWoro her marriage she was Miss BliRlulr of At the hotiiu of Mr 468 Audubon lust It was said he was out of town und Mrs Anderson at her to apeak about tholr ap proaehlnu NOT GUILTY IS LOWELL VERDICT Crowd Cheers Barris and March 32 Not was the verdict returned ut 11 tonight tho cases of Peter Banutti And An drew who have been on trial Ilia past seven daya for the murder of Charles oot i laat In the tun nary of the American Hide and Company The cans was five to the Jury at G16 p About BOO waited In and around tho court room for the Among thorn wan Mayor phy und about 40 also prcHOiit about J2B them tlm wlfu ot Andrew t widow Vf Mrs SanutaWM i able to bo prenent Ot 111 Iri the utreetu outelae ofthe eourtl were gathered a numtMi Lithuanian and cheered   

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