Boston Daily Globe, January 18, 1919

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January 18, 1919

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts ADVERTISE YOUR USED AUTOMOBILES in tomorrow’s Sunday Globe. Help us out by ordering your want and classified advertisements for tomorrow’s and Monday’s Globe at the earliest possible time.®cistern latin (Sink EXTRA VOL XOV—NO. 18 BOSTON, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY is, 1019-TWELVE PAGES coprniaiiT, isis, bv the globe newspaper co PRICE TWO CENTS THREE MEN IDENTIFIED AS EVERETT DANDITS SINN FEIN HOPES IO FORGE ENVOYS' HANDS Extremists Meet Tuesday —To Ask Action at Paris PEACE SESSIONS TO BE PUBLIC Owens, Mulhall and Sweeney Under Suppression of Organization by Government Expected Arrest in New York Accused of Shooting Assistant Paymaster and Robbery of $12,000 General Electric Funds RED SOX PULL OFF THREE-CORNERED DEAL Get Vitt, Third Baseman, and Dumont, Pitcher Janvrin Goes to Senators, "Slim" Love to the Tigers By JAMES C. O'LEARY KEW YORK. Jan 17—Pres H. H. Frazer of the Boston Red Sox con* eluded a three-cornered deal here this afternoon that Is sure to strengthen the world’s champions considerably In that a weak spot In hts Infield is now wall fortified with one of the best third baseman in the league. Besides this added strength, he acquires a fine young pitcher, and altogether Is very well satisfied with the result of his most recent trade. Tho deal was worked out this way: Harold Janvrin was traded for catcher Eddie Alnsmith and George Dumont; then Alnsmith. "Chick” Shorten and "Slim’ Love were traded to Detroit for third baseman Oscar Vltt. the net result of these transactions being that Detroit gets three players for one, Washington gets one player tor two and Boston gets two players for three, for Alnsmith need not be counted as a Boston player, except for the few minutes he was the property of the Red Hox—Just long enough to round out the three-cornered deal. It was straight trading, no money consideration being Involved. Frazee, Griffith and Jennings are all wall satisfied over the shift. Each gave what he felt he could easily get along without, and received In exchange players that were necessary to balance up the baseball machines of which they are directing heads. None of them feels that anybody got the best or the worst of it In the trade, it being a caso of mutual benefit. It Is generally conceded that there Three men, identified as members of the gang who shot Fred Brown, assistant paymaster of the General Electric Company, In Everett Dec 20, and robbed him of 112,000 of the company’s funds, are under arrest in New York- The suspects have been positively Identified j by three witnesses to the holdup, who j were sent there from Everett to look the prisoners over. Tho men under arrest are Thomas j Owens, John Mulhall and Richard I Hweeney. They had been convicted of J breaking into box cars and the larceny of freight, but sentence was deferred j when the New York authorities learned ! the trio was wanted In Everett, charged with murderous assault and robbery. John Doe Indictments have been secured In Middlesex County and the papers will be sent immediately to 'New York. Asst Diet Atty George Harvey of Middlesex County, State Police officers Edward J, Sherlock and Silas Smith are In New York, and It is considered probable that they will return here with the prisoners In a few days. State officer Sherlock, who has been In New York for the past two weeks working on the ease, learned of the arrest of the three men, and, knowing PROGRAM DRAWN UP BY IRISH COUNCIL WILSOM MAY BE SPOKESMAN By JOSEPH W. GRIGG LONDON, Jan !7—The present program of the Irish National Council provides for agitation of the following matters: First—The release of interned prisoners. Second—For taking over the whole machinery of local Government. Third—The creation of a National Civil Service. Fourth—The establishment of Republican courts of law and arbitration and the boycott of existing courts. Fifth—A protective system for Irish industries. Sixth—The maintenance ef an Irish Republican consular service. Seventh—Establishment of an Irish mercantile marine to facilitate direct trade with foreign countries, especially with America. Eighth—Establishment of a National Stock Exchange. Decision to Admit Press at Full Meetings Consultation Behind Closed Doors Is Announced, With Provision as in American Congress For FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF PRESIDENT IN LONDON By JOSEPH W, ORICK! Special Cable lo the Globe LONDON. Jan 17—Unless there is an llth-hour backdown by the Sinn Fain 1 Extremists, which is most improbable, the Irish Republicans will. by next Tuesday, precipitate the Irish question j on the world stage, for the benefit of the j Peace Conference. Extremists, who are in control, seem 1 determined to have a complete show- j down with the (Government by that ! day, and the appointment by them of deputies to carry on tho work, should j their record, sent their rogues’ gallery I tho lenders be Jailed, Indicates their pictures to Diet Atty Nathan Tufts of I belief that lavrd French, the Irish Vice Middlesex County. roy, will tako strong measures either before the meeting of the Irish Constitutional Assembly, which will be convened Identified by Chauffeur It is declared that the picture, were f°r, the flrst time Tuesday, or that he identified by Fred Bailey, the colored > W,U act on that o™*"*®" chauffeur at the Partridge Garage, corner of Corey and School eta, Everett, who sold gasoline to tho three men before the robbery occurred. Bailey, It is said, was positive the minute he was shown the pictures and later the faces were identified by several other witnesses that the police have rounded up. Thursday Mr Harvey, with State officer Smith, took to New York Bailey and two other witnesses. The alleged bandits were lined up and, according »o Dlst Atty Tufts, the three men were positively identified by all of the three witnesses. It is quite possible that t he Govern-I ment will move before that day, and ! it will not be surprising lf the arrival ! in Ireland, in the week-end. of Inn I MacPherson, the Irish Secretary, is foi-j lowed by quick developments. Repressive measures are expected within ii I few- clays at the most. 1 There Is reason to believe that befor ‘ he went to Paris. Premier Lloyd Georg j Joined with his ministerial colleagues in giving a free hand to Lord French. Continued oh the Second Page. ll. S. President Likely to Give Response in Name of Allies At Conference Opening Belgium and Serbia Each Gain Another Seat, Two Granted The New Arabian Kingdom PARIS, Jan 17 (By A. P.)—All is I in readiness for the commencement tomorrow afternoon of the Peace Congress. At a meeting today, attended by President Wilson and the leaders of BOLSHEVIK PEACE OFFER TO WILSON the Great Powers, the delegations To CeaseWorld Propaganda who are to ait in the Congress were | completed by according to Belgium If Allies Will Treat and Serbia three delegates each and f    _ two representatives to the King of Q . . n , .    ,,    ,    „    _ the Hedjas, whose forces in the Holy HSpOrtBCl PfOp0S 31 by Ll tv! (10ff y El“ Ambassador at London Ijind so materially aided the British in overcoming the Turks. At the meeting the question of the    ———* admission of the press to the confer- J COPENHAGEN, Jan 17 — Maxim cncee was also acted upon.* It was ILitvinoff, the former Bolshevik Am* decided that the newspapermen I bassador at London, has sent a note From Left to Right—King George V. President Wilson. Queen Mary, Mrs Wilson. Mr Tufts last night gave great praise to the work done by till the officers who have labored diligently night and day I to run down the desperadoes. The work of Blate officer Sherlock, he said. was especially good. Just how the three Everett bandits DEATH TOLL FROM TANK DISASTER 13 „    llt    third    base    in    the    !    rHrTI®    ,nto Possession of the numbers was a weakness at third oase in in* , from r Lawr€t)ce cmr gtm r(,maim, a KEEP HUNS BEYOND RHINE, URGES FOGH “GO TO IT!” SAID F0CH TO PERSHING should be admitted to the meetings !of the full conference, but that on necessary occasions the deliberations of the conference might be held in secret. Boston t**m .lid that Frat,,. h.a •«-J my'iit.ry.    ««Ut*™    i TWO More Bodies Found cured the best man available to fill tha j night if he could explain the situation bola. Vitt Is a wonderful fielder and a ;    ^    he    could    aothta*    Just good batter. It Is claimed by some that j ha is as good n fielder as Larry Uard- j ner. and white he is not so good a batter, ha should be hitting around, and perhaps a little better, than .260 all the time. He has an engaging personality, lg well liked all around the circuit, and was anxious to come to Boston. Moreover, every player on the Boston club was anxious to have Vltt come. He is no experiment, and fits perfectly Into the position that was waiting for him. His coming will balance up an infield that needed only such a player to make It one of the strongest in the business. What Is there better, taken aa a whole, than Mclnnls at flrst, Barry at second, Vltt at third and Scott at shortstop? With Galnor, Shean. Thomas, Cooney and McNally In reserve. Beneath Molasses Everett Police Pleased Peace Must Hold River as Civilization’s Barrier Boston After Dumont Before The Boston club was after Oeorge Dumont, the pitcher, two years ago. No one In Everett last night was more pleased to learn of the arrests in New York than Chief of Police William E. HUI. Chief Hill has run down numerous clews In and around Greater Boston and has been . defatiguble In his efforts to secure witnesses. Dlst Atty Tufts said last night he was unable to state Just who the other two witnesses are who were taken to New York in addition to Fred Batlev, as he had left the matter entirely In the hands of State Officer Smith and Mr Harvey. The assault and robbery of Fred Brown was one of the most daring committed in Greater Boston In years. For days Brown was at the Massachusetts General Hospital In a dangerous condition and his life was despaired of. Now he is improving. The three men who robbed him rode In a limousine to which had been attached numbers stolen from a car that was in storage In a Lawrence garage. For a long time clews led In that direction. but nothing definite was learned there. It Is said that no trace of the car has been found. Searchers Fear Others Will Be American Army Has the Devil's Own Uncovered in North End Wreckage Punch, Says Allies' Chief “Your men have the devil’s own punch. They will get away with all that. Go to it.” V This remark was addressed by the Marshal to the General when they were discussing the assignment of the American troops to the Argonne-Meuse front—a "sector hard to tackle," the Generalissimo admitted. Then followed the assurance quoted above. Yesterday Marshal Foch added: ‘And here we are on the Rhine. The original death toll of lf persons TREVES, Wednesday, Jan IB (Bv in the collapse of the United States In- | A p j_jt iB the conviction of Marshal Foch that the Rhine must be made barrier between Germany and dustrlal Alcohol Company's molasses tank in Commercial st Wednesday was augmented by two more victims yester- ! the day.    I    France. He expressed this clearly Ralph Martin. 21, of 120 Train st, Dor- J    when    he received American chester, driver '  ......*----u    1 BOSTON TO BET TWO PARIS HELD UP HUMOR TROOPSHIPS A WEEK OF WILSON THREAT !,rr«wTrmM    I ■•■'■et*' corr..,«md«t. Th. Mar- p t t pj aQ Important aymarket-sq Relief Hospital, where shal is here in connection with the    J    r  meeting concerning the extension of Part in Debarkation was* at Hay he had been a patient since early Wednesday afternoon. Later the molasses-coated mass of Continued on the Third I’nge. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Continued on the Eighth Psst. Se On Time W bg us Be on time and help out by ordering your Sunday Globe advts early. Real Estate for Sale Automobiles for Sale Business for Sale Boarders Wanted More Help Wanted Machinery for Sale Poultry for Sale Advertise in tomorrow's anti the Dally Globe next week. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS EVENING cLAHNER IN ENGLISH to other courses will be started January 27 Northeastern Preparatory School Boston Y MC A . SIA Huntington Av- [TRESS UP YOUR BUSINESS Page I. Supreme Council decides to admit representatives of press to full sessions of Peace Congress, which meets today; Belgium and Serbia given one more delegate each and Arabia Is assigned two. Report In Copenhagen that LUvlnoff. ex Ambassador to England, has notified President Wilson of a peace offer from the Bolshevik Government of Russia. American dispatch, which French censor held up, told of a rumor that President Wilson threatened the peace conferees he would withdraw United States Army, a story which Mr Wilson called "an abominable falsehood,” according to Premier Clemenoeau. Marshal Foch declares the Rhine must be made civilization’s barrier against the Germans. Three men, identified as members of the gang who shot and robbed Everett paymaster, under arrest In New York. Two more bodies found, bringing to 13 , the death toll in North End molasses tank disaster. Sinn Fein plans to force Peace Conference to give attention to Irish situation. Red Sox put through a three-cornered | trade by which they acquire Oscar Vltt of Detroit, third baseman, and George Dumont, Washington, pitcher. Two troopships a week to dock at Boston hereafter. Germans refuse to receive Lieut Foster, agent of American Peace Commission, and Col Wade of British Army at Lapy on Polish frontier. Two armed men hold up shop at 649 Columbus av and steal $240. Pa a e a. Protests against secrecy at Peace Conference are made in United States Senate. British Admiralty has no Intention of releasing the strict blockade against Germany at present, It Is declared. Premier Paderewski forming new Polish Cabinet; Gen Pllsudski to be Foreign Minister. ENGRAVED BUSINESS STATIONERY MCKENZIE ENGRAVING Cai irs CONOSIS3 ST. BOSTON1 Fisher Business Colleges CASTLE SQ. THEATRE Box Office at Fllene's, Whore Tickets Are Hold and Delivered Immediately. Next Week—“A Bachelor'* Honeymoon" Four schools, Roxbury, Somerville, Cambridge, Waltham. Attend nearest.—Advt. Coughing at Night? Don’t do It. Take Father John's Medicine to sooth tho irritation.—Advt Pit ge 5i. Germany signs new armistice conditions, which are said to include provision for occupation of further territory and fortifications east of tho j Rhine opposite Strasbourg. World League op po set I by David Jayne HUI and C. E. Hughes President Wilson secured publicity concession from Allies, It Is understood rn I Paris. Two men held in connection with mur-der of Mary Riddell In New York. Page S. Three hundred more New England wounded men arrive at Ayer canton-j ment. I Killing of Dr Liebknecht and Rosa I Luxemburg, leaders of Red revolt, by ’ mobs in Berlin shocks Germany, but I the mass of the people call it poetic • justice American Army ordered to express no , preference and exert no pressure on ; pending German elections. Pa ac 4. "How the Water Wagon Became the Band Wagon,” by Uncle Dudley. "Theodore Roosevelt, the Roy and the Man,” by James Morgan. Judge Duff finds that under certain conditions an automobile may be a necessity. Thomas W. Lawson acts as his own lawyer in filing answer and demurrer to suit of his daughter-in-law. I’»s« fi. Financial news. Cotton market closes lower. Federal control of bituminous coal relaxed. House votes to abolish nine subtreasuries. including one in Boston, July I. News of the water front. Vocational opportunities for women are many, it is stated by speakers at Radcliffe Intercollegiate Conference. Page (I. Big part played by life Insurance men in war emphasized at annual banquet of Boston Life Underwriters’ Association. New England casualties number SO. Nicolai Le nine reported in Barcelona; Spain suspends Constitutional guaran-t 'es. National Labor Congress favors general strike lf efforts to free Mooney fail. the German armistice. Marshal Foch pointed out the difficulties that had been overcome and said that peace must be commensurate with the price of victory. Germany now* was beaten, he added, but with her resources, especially in men, recuperation in a comparatively short time was quite possible. It was now* the duty of the Allies to prevent further aggressions. Marshal Foch praised the work of the American troops and said that Gen Pershing had asked that the Like American Congress It was determined in reaching this decision limiting the activities of the press that while not under-rating the importance of public opinion, the process of reaching a favorable solution of the task before the Congress would be hindered if discussion ;>f every disputed question were opened by a public declaration by each delegation of its own National point of : view. It has been tentatively decided that | three representatives of the press of J each of the Allied and associated i Powers will be admitted to the eon- .....I    ference. That He Would Withdraw; The conference probably will be organized in a manner similar to the U. S, Army to Force Terms American Congress, with secret com —— .......I mittee meetings to discuss delicate Shipments of 25,000 Tons of PresidontBrandodlfAnAbominahlo "uf"“*• *,th '°rm“ op,en "esslo"s uiiipeni* •• -w,    and wlth executive sessions, as in Freight Each Month Planned Falsehood," Says Clemenoeau j‘»« Two transports bringing soldiers PAJRIS. Jan 17—Premier Clemen- home from overseas are expected to ; ceau, in the Chamber of Deputies to- arrive in Boston Haroor every week day, gave a warning against false Continued on the Second Rase. until demobilization is completed, reports concerning the peace confer-and 25,000 tons of freight will be puce, citing as an instance a cable-shipped overseas every month from ; gram addressed to the New York Boston until further notice. This announcement, made yoster- Conttnned on the Third Faire. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS In Sy in i'mu *• A Garrison sings delightfully phony concert. Massachusetts Golf Association holds annual meeting; return to championship tourney* probable. Plans for the B. A. A. games in March; Exeter-st Club not to hold a schoolboy meet this year. John Lowell of Chestnut Hill wins seven first prizes at tho Boston Poultry Association show. Cambridge man or. trial In Baltimore for alleged attempt to bribe Federal official. New York citizens' committee to welcome soldiers has uproarious meeting. Grippe deaths drop, but more new cases. Pace T. Notables from a1! over New England gather at Boston luncheon to arouse Interest In League of Nations. Senate Elections Committee begins hearings In Henry Ford contest of the election of Newberry to United States Senate. Counsel for Railroad Executives advocates Federal I >epart ment of Trans- TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page 7. Sentences of from one to IO years im- granted posed on 4* I. W. W. defendants at j Sacramento, Calif. Paine N. Braves trying to fix up some baseball deals; hope to secure Casey Bennel. Boston College High seniors take four flrst places in interclass track meet. Dorchester High beats Boston Anglish In dual track meet. , Charlie Parker gets decision over Young Strona in 10-round bout at the Commercial A. C. Pit ge O. Tribune. “I saw yesterday a telegram addressed to the New York Tribune,” he said, “in which it was said that President Wilson has threatened to withdraw all his troops and himself if certain stipulations of his were not When I showed this telegram to Mr Wilson this morning he replied to me: ‘What an abominable falsehood!*" Wilson May Respond It Is probable that President Poincare’s greetings will call for some response on behalf of the foreign representatives, in which case President Wilson may address the gathering for the United States and all the other countries represented. With the conclusion of M Poincare’s address and the responses to it, the session, of the congress will be declared to be open and Premier I Clemenceau will take the presiding | officer's chair as head of the French I delegation. The report of the Supreme Coun-| cli on the rules governing the con to President Wilson declaring that the Bolshevik Government of Russia is prepared to cease its world propaganda if the Allies will agree to •nter into peace negotiations with It, according to the Social Demokraten. SHOP KEEPER ROBBED BY TWO ARMED MEN Bandits Steal $240 From Louis Gregoire Two men with revolvers went Into the delicatessen store of LouL Gregoire. 549 Columbus av. shortly after ll o’clock last night, and while one of them covered Gregoire, the other robbed the (ash register of $240 Gregoire was alone in the store at tile lime. The men worked quickly, and easily uncared. Gregoire ran Into the street as mood as the men had gone, and several persons ran Into his store. The robbers tied through Massachusetts av. Gregoire reported the theft to the police of the East Dedham-st Station, and told the officers that the robber* were between 93 and 35 years old. DORCHESTER MAN HELD UP AND BOBBED OF $300 John Williams of 498 Adams st. Dorchester, reported to the police last night that Just after midnight he was held up at the point of a revolver at Columbus av and Walpole st, by two men who relieved him of three $100 billa and change amounting to $1.60, His description of the men tallies with that of a pair who about an hour earlier robbed the delicatessen shop at 549 Columbus av. GERMANS BAR ll. S. AND BRITISH AGENTS WARSAW, Wednesday. Jan 15 (By A. P.)—The Germnaa have refused to ro. celve ut Uialystok Lieut lteginuld Ko*- Household Department TEXT OF DISPATCH WHICH WAS DELAYED IN PARIS NEW YORK, Jan 17—Tbe following statement was issued by the New Y’ork Tribune tonight: “At 11:30 a rn Friday, Jan 17, tho New York Tribune issued a state- gress will then be presented. It is ter. a political agent of the American expected they Will be approved j Peace Commission, and Col Wade of th# without discussion and will be made j    Arm>-    w*o    went    to    Lapy    on    th* #    .    • bilsh frontier to confer with the com This, and possibly some fur-j mander of the German loth Army. It the frontier against the public. tiler adjustments in the representa tions of the smaller countries, prob ably will embrace all the work to be reply that if they attempted to pas* undertaken at the opening ceremony. I °Yer the frontier they would be regurd- was their object to persuade the G*r-d Lieut Foster and Col Wade received nm us to hot Bolshevik! Bedtime stories," by Thornton W,, ment denying that it had ever re-' preme Council had decided to admit j Governments. '    |    cd as enemies by the German sentinels. The announcement that the bu- , Foster and Wade have reported th* action of the Germans to their respective eeived from Paris, or had ever representatives    of the    press    to    tho printed in its columns, a statement full meetings    was received    as    an remotely resembling that w hich was auspicious augury, referred to by Premier Clemenceau 1 In the Chamber of Deputies.    I Congress Increased Burgess. Mayor Peters urged to abolish $6000 wire commissionership and put it under Fire Commissioner John K. Murphy. 1‘Mgf to. Expert Chass tells Senate commute® that packers’ profit doubled under regulation during war. New York Federation of Labor starts fact th.. It ha, bee,, made the! "The President of the United State, and light winos.    basis    of    controversy,    the    Tribune, of America, the Prime Ministers and THE WEATHER "At 2:20 p rn there was received in ! The following official communica-the Tribune office what appears to be ’ G°n dealing with the peace coufer-the message in question. Owing to I once was issued this evening: porta Hon to eliminate political influ-1    York    milk    strike    almost    adjusted,    prints    jt    just    as    the    correspondent    Foreign    Ministers    of    the    Allied    Great encee. General strike in Tem amicably settled by Government. Vermont bank examiner fined $500 for malfeasance. Gov Coolidge praises bravery of William Crawford and Roswell Htevens at fire In the State House. Cardinal O’Connell speaks in eulogy at funeral of Thomas M. Fitzpatrick at Brookline. Roger Wright, aged 8, killed by truck In Salem. Gunner Hansen, ll, son of Mr and Mrs Victor Hansen, drowns in Charles River. New literature BUI offered In Massachusetts House providing six months' additional pay for discharged soldiers and sailors. Faire Ag. Proposed new telephone rates In Massachusetts suspended by Public Service Commission. Letters of J. J. Dickinson read at propaganda Investigation In Washington. Essex County Grand Jury Indicts Mrs Elizabeth Skeets for murder In the flrst degree. Galen L. Stone resigns as trustee of Boston Elevated.    _ sent it, without exercising editorial judgment upon the text. RAIN The message follows: •PARIS, Jan — —Among the many sensational rumors habitually afloat In 5.30 p m- Forecast Tor Boston and Vicinity: Saturday rain; Sunday punily cloudy with somewhat lower temperature; fresh, variable shill, mostly east and so ith-east. Washington Forecast for Southern New England and Eastern New York; Rain Ha lur day; loudy, with somewhat For Northern New probably rain or enow Saturday; Sunday partly cloudy (Lobe's Forecast — Sunday fair antI somewhat colder; Monday fair; shifting winds. JC’ J Powers, assisted by the Japanese Ambassadors in Paris and London,; ic^LrK'etuM mei at the Quai d’Orsay today, in the I England: Unsettled morning from 10:30 ain to 12:30 p rn and in the afternoon from 3 p m to the Chamber of Deputies there has been one to the effect that President Wilson has threatened to withdraw American troops from Europe if certain of his "The French president of the Council (Premier Clemenceau) read out the terms of the renewal of the The Temperature Yesterday al Thom sort s 8|>a -8 a rn.. W; I a rn, ll, $ a ideas are not followed by the peace con- armistice. ference- How far these things have gone 1 The meeting decided to give Bel-ContInued on the Second Page. Continued on the Second Page. -Sam:* It rn. 4$: 3 p rn, AO; ti (> rn, **. it p Vi rnkl 41 Average temperature day, 4.16-8; average one year Temperatures at 8 Last I'ram-boo. 58. Williston, $4 Chicago. 42; Nantucket. 44; Eastport, 18; New York Precipitation to ;

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