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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 10, 1916, Boston, Massachusetts                                2 THE BOSTON OCTJBER 1916 X t frf en n Service ana GOVERNMENT TO TAKE FEWER PLAGUE CASES OP TOWBOAT STRIKE State and City Reports Show Decrease Will Investigate Action of Boston Officers n 1 at Steinerts The largest and most complete stocks of Victor Records in New England g D B B ea I O O B C3 D CD G g 3 This is a Victrola XVI Mahogany or Oak 1 1 All Styles15 to Victor Records May Be Ordered by Mail or TELEPHONE OXFORD 1330 Uptown Steinert Hall 162 Boylston Street Steinert Stores in Principal New England Cities Downtown Arch Street NEW ENGLANDS LARGEST MUSICAL INSTRUMENT HOUSE a a D a a B a D Company Charges That Men Act in Illegal Hindrance of Commerce The trouble between the Boston and the striking captains find mates of Its is no nearer settlement than on Thursday last when the men tendered their fol lowing the employment of a nonunion captain and mate for tug Joseph Yesterday the company had five boats In all manned by nonunion They were the Peter Sprague and Ninoof the companys fleet of tugs are still tied The towhoat company has brought charges against several captains and about 10 in tor alleged viola tion of rule 4449 of the revised States Navigation for re fusing to serve to the hindrance of com The charges were made to the United States steamboat inspectorsand a hearing In the casa has been ordered for next United States Atty George Ander son intends investigate the he said to see if there Is a restriction of Interstate He has sent for presi and William of the Harbor Volunteer No 4 Associa Thomas ager of the association Capt Griffin and Capt Lavender were also sent Sec Brown will produce his books and rec ords of the meeting at which it was voted to FRED CARMENS STRIKE DIES Fred the man who led of the employes of the Boston Elevated Company in this city in his home on Sedgwick Jamaica early lastevening from a complication of diseases due to overwork on behalf of the Amalgamated Association o Street and Electric Railway Employes of for which organization he has been a general organizer for DR RALPH BAKER A RAVING MANIAC Special DlNiMitch to tlie Glnhc Oct Ellott Paine Of Brockton and Dr Osgood of Rock designated to examine into the sanity of Dr Ralph a well known dentist of who last Tuesday shot and killed William Gush ing of that reported to Judge Raymond in the Superior Court this Their report was tothe effect that Dr Baker is a but that the disease was not the result of drugs or the excessive use Judge Raymond ordered Dr Baker comniltteed to Bridgcwater State Hospital for the Baker has been confined in theHouse el Correction sime the shooting is K raving growing steadily worse evtiry The fatal shooting ing occurred in the yard of Robert Hunt in the presence of Mrs Hunt and two BAPTIST WOMEN GATHER Social Meets in Ford Hall Are Changed The Womens Baptist Social Union lastevening in Ford The dinner was proceeded by a reception to Itev and Mrs The invo cation was pronounced by Rev Hans iord Johnson of If was voted to changethe date ut the monthly meetings from the first tu the secondMonday of each Mrs C Thomas presided at the Mrs Mrs Miss Mrs Mrs Mrs West Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Ingrahanv Mrs Stephen Greene and Mrs Gibson were in GETS FOR A FALL Beatrice Barcena Entered West End to Use Telephone and Fell Down Stairs A jury in theSuperior Court yesterday Beatrice Barcena 1500 damages in her suit against Andrew McArthur for injuries caused by faling dovyn a flight of KtairK in his restaurant in Cam bridge She went there to telephone to a friend Ntw Tears Eve and was directedto a public telephone She entered tho place pointed out to her and fell down WEIGHTS Dorchester Man fs on Complaintsof Eight to Whom Coal Was Delivered Atotal of in fines was imposed on Elmer Shannon of 33 Dorches by Judge Joseph Churchill in the Dorchester Court Eight com plaints were made against Shannon by Wholley and John Ryan of the Sealer of Weights and Measures Four alleged in de liveries of and four alleged deliv eries of coal without certificate ofa Fines of each imposed the short weight complaints and J2D each the other EVEN SICK CHILDREN LOVE SYRUNFFIGS Look at tongue If take no California Syrup of cant harm tender UNIDENTIFIED MAN KILLED AT BRAINTREE Special Dispatch to the Globe Oct An unidentified man was struck arid instantly killed near the Riverst crossing by the North Abington express from Boston at this The man was evidently a laboring man and was about 25 or 30 years He was 5 6 inches in hight and weighed 140 His general complexion was almost to a with sandy One toothin the front of his upper had evidently been recently pulled On jibe left was crossed a long the lash of which was tied in a knot and the letters The man wore a chev iot coat and outside of which was a pair of striped1 His outer shirt had recl arid stripes he wore a union suit He wore laced Bluoher shoes of 6V4 In the packets were found some cigarettes and a plug of tobacco and near the body a ticketfrom Braintree to Nothing that would iden tify the body was found in the The body was examined by Dr Fraser of East medical ex aminer for and was re moved to undertaking rooms in Plioto by FRED Lender ot Carmen In Elevated Strike In Boston in GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Chauffeur Who Sped Away After Fatal Convictedin Superior Court was adjudg5sd guilty of manslaughter yesterday after noon in the Superior Criminal at East On July 3 last he ran down Adelaide 03 years of near the Cambridge end of Hdrvard causing injuries to the Avoman from which she later After Treacy had knocked Mrs Smith down he drove off and was caught after a sensational chase across Harvard He Is now serving a term in the House of Correction on two other counts con nected with the TESTIFIES IN HARDING CASE It was stated that the work that ho which at times would mean 24 hours or more at a stretch for the Boston street which was quickly fol lowed by the troubles of the mfeh on the Bay andthen theStrike of the carmen at caused his break This which extended over a period of three it was said by his tookall and when he dropped lie was unable to get together enough energy to fight olt the He was 61 years old and a native of but had made his home in city since the No arrangements have been mad3 for his but a special meeting of the Boston Street Carmens Union will be held tomprrpw A wife survives New Sufferers Found in Dorchester and Roslindale A off In the number of cases of Infantile paralysis was the fea ture of reports to the State and City Health Thirtyfour cases the disease were reported to the State of Health in thei anSinRat7 oclock yesterday shows an averagro of 17 cases aday which Is considerably lower than for spriie Tne total mirriber of casesthus far this month Is The cases recorded yesterday were ODonnell 65 Une av case Infant 38 Him anil 9 Lancaster st Wul Mnrcla 34 Common st Mel Doris 104 Vtntoh and Rosamond 46 Morgan st May Putnam 9 years Somer canes Frederick 65 Grant st Greg 01 Estabrook st Harold 37 Cottage sq twq cases children of John Northamp Robert 18 Summer st Joseph i There were twonew cases of paralysis In Boston from 9 B In the Blanche 11 of 37 and William 5 of 10 Bayslde Twelvecases reported to the Boston Health Department the 24 hours ending at9 yesterday morning were John aged 14 living 380 Lowell John age3 16 months 117 Saratoga and Charles aged 3 Chelsea all In Boston Albert aged 16 8 Wall Arthur 2 44 Mystic st and Michael Han 10 9 Decatur all Mary 7 10 East Frances 4 63 Night and Henry 4 6 Drummond all In Dorchester Abra ham 1V4 5 Grove and 3 78 Leyerett West End Esther 1 24i Veronica Slavit West End Eat Silver South FIVE PROVJDENCE CASES Yesterdays Reports Bring Total of Plague Sufferers In City to 85 R Oct more cases of infantile paralysis in Provi dence was reported by the au thorities bringing the total num ber of victims of the disease here in the present outbreak to Two of todays cases are in the same The pa tients are Ivone and Leo of 120 Elm st Saratino 8 of 163 Elmdale st Elizabeth of 204 Longfellow st Milton of 9 Lippitt BATH PUTS UP BARS Children Entering City Must Have Health Watoh on Rockland Lines Oct local Board of Health stringent rulesto prevent the appearance of Infantile paralysislii this Authority has been given the police to watch all trains and steamers to see that no children are lermltted to enter the city without health Special attention is being paid ito watching trains arriving from Rock land where several cases of the plague have been As yet no casas of the disease have been reportad In POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT I POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT FLAG OR RAG j Mexieois either a nation or a to be estimated and dealt with by tHe standards of civilization or to be treated as an For the first time sineb the founding of these United abandoned to robbed and massacred with Every species of qain be heaped a proud Re public Has been infiictecT upon us fey people whose de facto the successor of Washington and honor with the consideration due to ptditicaii moral A weak and persists in the fulfilment of Bryans fanatic and Are we of cheap our the martyrs bornUhtJie fM precious and tfyat haven and that the ground upon How many more Amerielans must be how many more women how more miles of property seized before the strange arithmeticians at Washington will be able to count the game of retribution wo fth the risk of alienating the sup port of adheresnts Because Woodrow Wilson has failed to establish order in and exact satisfaction from because his unspeakable7 policy of interference and nonintervention is directly responsible for existing conditions along the because he has demonstrated incapacity to deal promptly and adequately with any international because he holds cheap what we hold dearest we oppose his election and support the candidacy and the convictions Charles The National Hughes Alliance HEODORE New York VIULIAM Coiinectlciit HARLES FRANCIS HENRY VlrRlnla Indiana MarjIana Ohio WIMJAM HMIUN New York Dont scold your peevish See if tongue is coated this is a sure sign its little liver and bowels are clogged with sour When full of breath throat doesnt Bleep or act has diar give a teaspoonful of Cal ifornia Syrup of and in a few hours all the foul the sour bile and fermenting food passes out of Mrs Brown Tells Why She Is Entitled to Custody of Little Girl Whom Father Would Recover Klla Whipple a cook at the testified yesterday afternoon in the Supreme Court before De Courcy in the proceedings WAS MASTER43 YEARS AGO George Moore Escorted District Deputy North Into Mt Lebanon Masonic Lodge at Visitation The senior of Mt Leban on MasonicLodgeinthe Temple is George who filled the chair 43 years he on hand last ijightto escortDistrict Deputy Grand Master North to the cham on his official There were also the committee Right Worshipful George Atwood Charles George Bart Harry Charles Joseph Frank Buxton and Charles with Joseph Laurence B Charles Edward T Polio and Gerhand After the formal ceremonies the dep uty presented a past mastersdiploma to Worshipful Master Everett Among on the suite were Right Worshipful William Soule and Right Worshipful Charles PDDGM Tho oflicers were Franklin C WM of Columbian as SGWWalter WM Johns as JGW Charles Tho nuinn WM of3ermania as GT Joseph WM of Wlnslow Lewis as CiS Philip PM of Wlnslow Lewis as There were In addition Worshipful Shaw mut Lodge William Zetland Lodge Past Johns Lodge Frederick Washington Edward Dex Norfolk Union Lodge She denied she had ever lived in a but admitted she the bowels and you have a well ana i a co11 at tlie Prls0l playful child Children this harniless fruit and mothers can easy after giving because it never fails to make then James uver the custody of Virginia Lord of tne little girl of whoseguardian Mrs senior Wardens Brown that nhe was the foster Kimer CoUimhlau of the having adopted Irnnk the deceased wife of Junior Jihn Harding and mother of j mania when she was E weeks Lodge of Ger BOOM MENSBIBLE CLASSES Big Mobilization Congress at Park Street Church Oct 19 Will See Opening Gun Fjred The opening gun of the big final cam paign for hewmembers of mens Bible classes to be1 ralliedto the support of the Billy revival will be fired at a mobilization Congress at the Park Street Church Oct 19 William Harman Van Allen will deliver the address ofthe Talks on methods for bringing In recruits for the classes will be given Thomas Rev John Mason and Rev Jason This phaseof the Billy Sunday cam paign direction of TRIBUTETcTmSHOP HUGHES of 500 Ministers and Lay men at Meeting of Boston Metho dist Social Union The Billy Sunday campaign was bocmied bythe gathering of BOO ministers and laymen at the Boston Methodist So cial Union in Convention Hall last eve ning honor of Bishop In the receiving line were Bishop and Mrs Rev Rev George Rev and Mrs Dillon Rev and Mrs Rev George Rev Oscar Rev and Mrs Rev and Mrs E Rev and Mrs Cleveland and Mr and Mrs Charles MRevejames Billy Sundays advance spoke on what Sunday ex pects of the and what the churches may expect of the Sunday cam ve give so shall ye said Mr the churches prepare for Sunday and respond to his call so shall The benefits for every church are Boston Is fac ing mopt wonderful religious revival in its and it may not face a similar opportunity in this Bostons welcome to Bishop Hughes TO DISCUSS PARALYSIS Massachusetts Boards of Health to Meet on Mt Dot 19 Papers on Program Infantile paralysis will be one of the leading subjects discussed at the October meeting of the Massachusetts Associa tion of Boards of Health to beheld on Mt Oct according to the program announced by Dr Francis Among the special papers to be readIs one by Dr Charles director of Bureau of Public New York Department of on What Has Been Learned From the New Tork Epidemic of Anterior Other papers are A Common or Pub lic Tubercular Mlloh by Dr Winchester of Law chairman of the American Veterinary and Quaran tine Dr Gardner Ewartz of R secretary ol the Rhode Island State Board ot Ilealth WAS LEWISTON MAN Dr Arthur Hunt of Washington Plague Burled Yes terday Oct celved here today D Word was re of the death a of Dr Arthur son of Ellis R Hunt of Frye of paralysis Ha was born in Lewistoh 39 years ago was a graduate of Bowdoln and of a medical college In Fo some time he practiced in Washington and then joined the contagious disease service of the United States Govern When the infantile paralysis threat ened Washington last Summer he wa assigned to the duty of keeping unde observation persons coming from com munlties where the disease prevailed DrHunt married Miss Marie Sclt of Washington in June Beside hi his and a Mrs War ren Wheelook of sur vtve His father was with him when he The funeral was held I Washington PALESTINE TO LAFAYETTE little insides clean and Keep it Mother A little given today saves a sick child tomor but get the Ask your druggist for a 50cent bottle of Cali fornia Syrup of which has di rections for children of all ages and for grownups plainly on the there are counterfeits sold BO surely look and see that yours is made by the Fig Syrup Hand back with contempt any other fi K B y r e r t i ae m en is the daughter of John Harding of who IB trying to secure custody from Mrs Truck Driver Pleads Not Guilty Frank Marph pleaded not guilty in the Court yesterday to a rhurie of manslaughter and the case WHK continued until Oct Marsh being Marsh operated over and killed the irink 51 1 Km whirl ran on the Walnuttit last Saturday eve WOT SUFFER TAKE BLAIRS ENGLISH GOUT RHEUMATIC PILLS pHUOGISTf Four Held in Drug Smuggling Case Four who appeared before r j Kriited states Commissioner In Hit rrrrul Building Yesterday on the I ishin of conspiracy to smuggle i iVurth nf drugs into this were 1 iild MI VMi for a hearlni Oct The ioeleiiditnui are Lee Sing Joo Ii Jan of 1he British Lord and John Ctue nf New Tell Scholars of Fire Prevention I Boston Fire Department officials turned i lecturerfi for a day yesterday and spread j Uie gospel of und of lire prevention in the jUllL includ ing Uie grammar 15 high i the Boston Indufctrlal School I for the Trade School for Glrlu and the Horace Man Deputation From Masonic Lodge in Everett Visits One In Roxbury Lafayette Masonic Lodge of Hoxbury welcomed a Deputation last night in a fraternal visit from Palestine Lodge of On invitation of Worshipful Master Louis Worshipful Master John Dexter and Senior Deacon Charles Molton of the guests assisted In an and to each was presented a tloral An exhibition drill by the escort of Joseph Warren oc cupied half an hour and was directed by Adjt with Charles playing the WANTED ON DRUG CHARGE Accused In Arrested at Providence Oct HCkorge who is wanted in Boston to an swer to two indictments charging him with conspiring to receive and sell co caine and certain derivatives of was given by Rev George Rev OP Rev Dillon and aletter from Rev Bishop William Lawrence was Bishop Hughes responded with an ad dress on The benediction at the close of the bamiuet was given by Rev George nean of committee In charge included Chester S Thompson Fred Charles Kep ler Webster Chandler and Arthur a rrested here today by Deputy United Marshals Henry Har vev and John He was arraigned this afternoon before United States Commissioner Frank and entering a plnii of not guilty Beverly Reports 12th Case Oct 4 ycarold daughter of Mr and Mrs Rich ard Minnigan of 30 Wellman was stricken yesterday with infantile pa the I2th case There have been three deathsjnjhls Thirteen New York City Cases NKW Oet the 24 hours ending at 10 a m today the Health De partments report the infantile narnlvBia epidemic shows 13 new cases and six New cases reported Sunday were Miss Parsons Engaged Oct and Mm Thaddeus Parsons of East st announce the engagement of their Miss Mabel Florence and William M superintendent of the Millers Falls MUs Parsons Is em day morning at 10 an e i held in tOOOO for a hearing next Mon pluyed as a stenographer In the office of that CONFLICT ONPLAGUE CASE Athol Physician and State Boan Expert Differ on Cause of Damozl Kuzinskis Death Oct Damozis Kuzinskis an at 4G Hamstead died todas and according to Dr wh attended the the trouble was in fantile The case was report ed to the Board of Health an as there was some conflict of D Flnnegan of the State Board of Healt was asked to He said the troubl WHS not but intestinal troi The death return was signed b Dr Bowker as The Young Mens Christian Assoclc today posted notices that ther would be no work for boys under 16 i the gymnasium until further notice Joseph aged 3 an Theora aged who died Sun day nightWith the disease have bee The Gregory child was ill leu than 24 No schools opened to day and will be closed for at least tw BARRED FROM BURLINGTON Children and Teachers in PlagueH Vermont Towns by Ne Health Board Order Oct Henry Holton of this a member of the State Board of today noti fied school authorities in this that on account of the prevalence of Infantile paralysis in the State board had decided to prohibit children in towns where there arc cases of the rUieatse from attending the Boys ami Girls Exposition in Burlington Kor the eame reason he fjavc notice that teachers In schools where case of infantile paralysis had ciirred in the past month must not at tend the convention of the State Teach ers Association In re of President CAMERON Treasurer JOHN York NATIONAL VicePresident PHILIP New Tork Secretary York WILLIAM COTJNCIL CHARLES New York OEOrtGB California CLAY Tennessee DUDLEY Indiana HEBBEBT Missouri HERBERT New Mexico FBEDEBICK New York HENRY AlnssuchusetU ROBERT Illinois OSEFH New York Paid for by the Hughes Alliance FBANKtlN Illinois TRUMAN Michigan HORACE New York RAYMOND Illinois New York v JULIUS IlllnolB HENRY New York GEORGE VON AUGUSTUS Kentucky HENRY Treaturer MAN BEATEN IN FIGHT DIES THREE SOUGHT The police are seeking three men be at his home day gether four men later and Pas was lome much to the J chairman ot the membership committee of the National Chapter ol American Bed Ml88aer the trude secretary dered removal he OPEN CAMBRIDGE SCHOOLS FOUND DEAD IN ELEVATOR John Aged of South Boston Crushed Between Car and the WaU Twelveyearold John son of Mr and Mrs Michael1 Kane of 28i West 3d South was caught her tween the elevator and wall of the Woolworth corner of West Bibadway and F last and probably Instantly He had been running errands for tlje regularly being one of half a dozen boys accustomed to drop In and askIf there were any errands to do and whenemployed were itll beloved that the body had been where found nearly an Just how the accident occurred is not or no one has been found who saw and no one heard any Tne soy was found on a level with the second his head and body on Uie ilevator and his left leg crushed WB the elevator and the building a Woolworth was getting some material in the store on the seqond floor which to the It was just after closing ana as he opened the elevator door he saw the Sergt Tooroey was notified and Ladder 6 culled Capt Locke and his men had to tear away the flooring to release the For a long time the body remained un but when Rev Francis McNeil of St Vincents Church viewed the boys face he recognized it as that of John a boy of the St Vincents boys He was born in South Boston and was a pupil at the Blgelow corps of 2 ber of JJi medical inspector was which the fused of f the examina yesterday to Har and Peabody children were Sr o ROBINS WINJNTHIS CASE Leading Boys Team for Day In Chelsea Collections Team 7 Heads Mens Division fhplsea T M workers secured the sixth day of the There are days re in which nearly must be The totafto date is the amount sought Is The Iadles Auxiliary reported the 10 mens Capt Cnpt Charles A Arthur J1S6 team TJ M Oupt Grant Henry Billy Sunday Christianity Debated The subject of the Debating Club at the 4S Boylston night last That the type of Christian ity emphasized by Billy Sunday is a benefit to the The af firmative was argued by Raymond Pa ner and Paul the negative by Dr Bryant Guy and George Man Address by Red Cross Chairman The Boston Young Womens Christian Association opined its series of Mem bers Night talks with an address on For War and For Peace by pil Fr McNeil said little fellows in the he was one of the best PAGE ARRIVES IN LONDON American Ambassador Reaches Post at Court of St James Oct Hlnei the American Ambassador to the Court of St arrived in London today on board the American linerNew Torlt from the United RED GROSS GETS 242 NEW NAMES FIRST DAY Hundreds More Pledged to Be Placed on Rolls Many Meetings Planned Today to Boom Membership Campaign New members to the number of 242 were gained for the Boston Chapter of the American Red Cross The Red Cross opened Its campaign for more names on its roster yesterday The cam paign will last two The headquarters at 42 Water st stated that many different organln tions had pledged to guarantee the en rollment of hundreds Among these were the Massachusetts State Federation of Womens and one of the citys associations of Tho nurses promised to get 1500 new Red Cross Individuals pledged their personal ef forts to secure One of the callers at Mrs Cabpt of The Jamaica promised to1 bring in Support was also offered following meetingsin Quincy and of the girls of the and the Franklin Square Another gath ering will be held in Brookllne Speakers will be Dr Hftrvey Cusbing of Peter Bent Brlgham who has been actively establishing a base hospital in France for the Red and Dr Eugene ex ecutive surgeon aboard the hospital ship Bay State in the SpahlBh War and rep resentative of the Red Cross in Mexico the last few This morning a Red Cross similar to the Militia recruiting stations made familiar this Summer to will be placed on the Common near the Park et Subway Young women garbed In the uniform of Red Cross nurses will be on hand to enroll any who may so WHITE HOUSE COFFEE 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