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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON 2bY 1919 NOISY WELCOME FOR RETURNING WOUNDED New York Greets Comfort and Three Transports Three Woman Nurses Among Victims of German Shellfire DHL HARRINGTON DIES FROM PTOMAINE Contfnnpil Front the First NEW 39 Four steam their decks brimming full with American fighting hundreds of after being graduated from the Lowell High entered Harvard Collage from which he was graduated In In he was graduated from the Har vard Medical served as house officer of the Massachusetts General Hospital after which he established a successful medical practice in In ISM he was made secretary of the United States Pension Board and in 1907 he came to Boston to accept the position of director of school Bringing tRe Past oJrom Overseas There isnt so much of value in anything merely because it is The rare antique is the good And that is what distinguishes our covering our entire third Some say that this collection is some that it is some that it is and so In any the statement is There is so much of every piece There are brasses from porcelains from iron craft from furniture in Georgian and Italian leathers from firedogs from Florence old The world has And there are many pieces from oldworld places where the hand of war has can never be had again at any If you are a collector or want only a single piece for home now is the time to get a cost quite within The tradition of that is a is your pro tection in buying It has grown out of one hundred and eighteen years of business It is expressed equally in our or in our oral whom gazed upon the home shores from Two years later he was elected presi cots and convalescent passed j do1 of the Boston Playground Associ the Statue of Liberty today amid a din from harbor bringing homo 4992 The climax of the demonstration some when the hospital ship with S71 sick and entered the Upper Bar and was hailed by echoing cheers ation and in 1D10 attended the Interna tional School Hygiene Congress in In the same year he was appointed phy siclaninchiefof St Elizabeths Hospi then on East In 1913 ho was chosen a delegate from tha Unit ed States to the 17th International Con you be good enough to send for our little booklet of Antiques Promptly with Crump and Low Company Founded in 1800 Gold and Fine Watches Treiront Street Massachusetts t from the throngs on shore and the j gross of Medicine held in I strains of Sweet rrom j In he was selected as Deputy carrying I Health Commissioner by the State Board of Labor and Industries from id appli Two years ago he was appointed on the medical staff of the new State Guard by KxGov One of his earliest achievements was i band on board a vessel Mayor Hylans committee of As tinComfort came abreast Lady of Liberty a great shout arose from her crowded to the rails with soldiers in supported by crutches and canes or seated in easy Through the portholes of the Fresh and Fragrant An Everyday Delicious Beverage MRS CIVIL WAR PASSES AWAY hospital ship glimpses were caught of the more seriously The other steamships were transports which brought 2065 sol the with and the with 1041 Of tha sick and wounded brought back by the comfort 129 were Naval men and four were Casuals From Base Hospitals The troops on the Lapland for the most part were casual companies made up of men from base hospitals in France and and most of whom were One other the 114th Trench Mortar which had not seen service at the was on its way baclc to Camp The casual companies and their des tinations arc 213 Camp Dix Upton Meade The Lapland also carried all casual Among the troops on the Sierra were the iiSTth Field Artillery and 237 casual officers and enlisted the latter from hospitals from Of the men on the 405 were from the radio station near Bor where they were engaged in con structing four 7adio There wore also 200 men of the Naval Aero Squad with a base in Northern on board were the 334th and 336th Divisions of the Medical Supply the 311th Sanitary Train of the S6th Di the field hospital and three hospital units and 172 Huns Made Fat of Their Dead The Comfort left Plymouth Jan 5 ind five days later put into the Azores after a stormy A turkey din ner was served the wounded before tha iliip put to sea again and the trip from he Azores was in smooth Capt Robert Hudgens of who arrived on the was attached to the USth 30th When the town of Bellecourt was captured captain said Ameri cans found the bodies of German sol diers being prepared to be rendered into A complete rendering plant was found in a tunnel beside the Belle court Three wounded heroines also were aboard the All were and one of Miss Marie Smith of I was wounded in the foot by shrapnel at ChateauThierry wliile attached to a medical unit with one of the IGinch Naval gun Members of the pun crew declared she kcpt on attending to the wounded until ordered irom the field by an Too Late to See Father Alive the inauguration in for the first time In this of the floating hospital by chartering a steamer therMerrimac River and taking sick children for a day and a night cruise away from the citys Another plan introduced by Dr Harrington was that of flooding the streets of the tenement districts during the heated He day In the Boston for the llrst time anywhere in the He became widely known to Harvard graduates by hia History of the Har vard Medical He was formerly vice president of the Harvard Alumni In 1308 he was Massachu setts Medical Society He was a member of the American Medical As National Association for the Relief and Control of Har Tu Aumnl Association and the Massachusetts Association of Boards of He leaves a wife and three Thomas employed by the United sruit Company at Costa Rica William and Francis both of Mineral services will be held at St Cecilia s Church Wednesday morning at 10 CAPT JOHN LONG IN PARK DIES Capt John who until his re tirement as chairman of the Park and Recreation Commission on April had been in the employ of the city of Boston In the Public Grounds Depart ment 33 died at 10 oclock yester day morning at his home at 547 Blue Hill A modern National Cash Register will 15 necessary in 3 seconds 1 Rmp Ae Wl 2 Ike oM 3 At new 4 Ufkta IF MW 5 Opcai fie cmk 6 uMtat nto cltrlci totel 7 amoral bto Mtrct 8 one to clerki truiuctwa 9 Adds me ei special IB Adds one OB cwfomer II Printi record of traitactiin M receipt 12 bfonutbi 01 detail 13 Snaeit detail itrif ud hk 14 Chuf et confecnlrre 15 ReteU for Green or Mixed B4M Sealed Packets only at all Grocers VANDERBILT HOPES TO GO TOWEST POINT Wealthy Youth Likes Army Life Too Well to Quit Sjirclnl to lip CAM N Jan UDresscd in the plainest of Army but driving a recordbrtaUiiiB racing auto Watonir forinlius VanderMH former motor driver for IershinK ami arrived hre today to await his discharyr from the Army life has pleased him so he that he enter West Point next He is assigned to the Mth Company of the Depot In Van Spencer Woman Mother of 19 Children Special nisimlch to Hie lilnlic Jan Lucy Delorne widow of the late Toby Hart and a veteran nurse of the Civil died at her home on Casey Ft aged Of 19 seven survive Mrs Hart was born in All branches of the service were rep resented aboard the including women nurses and war workers The Lapland met heavy weather on the trip and this was responsible for the death of Capt John Buckingham of this attached to the Ordnance De who once was private secre tary to KxUnited States Senator Clar ence Watson of West Col also of the Ordnance Depart who was aboard the snid the rigors of the voyage aggra vated a stomach ailment of Capt Buck Lieut Geofrey Edward Duveen of the British Navy arrived too late to see his Henry the art con who died last Lieut who knew that his father was did not learn of his death until the Iapland arrived at the daughter of Charles and Mary Lapland alsowere several noult She came to Spencer 50 years and when her husband left here for the war she went with him as an army She served during the and re turned here following the cessation of Funeral ser Tuesday morning at tderbilt enlisted in the Headquarters Troop of the Tth Division and went to i at the time he was prepari ling to enter When his unit went abroad he was detailed as instructor in i transportation and was sent back to i this country last August for similar duty at American On Dec 30 he was granted a 30day fur lough and while at his home in York h was ordered here to await disj the He just missed becoming an for his commisMoii was signed on the day in his annual report made public hero s but was with Thenew method calls for giv NEW WEST POINT SYSTEM WOULD ELIMINATE HAZING NKW Jan 19A new method by which it is hoped further to check the practice of hazing new cadets at Drilled States Military at em Ioint was described by Col F s superintendent of the academy from the 27th Division commanded by Maj Gen John F Capt Clifford a pioneer in who has been acting as an instructor for American flyers at the returned to this ROCHAMBEAlTwiLL PUT INTO HALIFAX TODAY N Jan French Liner which left Bordeaux for New York on Jan with 883 Ameri can will put In here tomorrow for coal and according to a message from the Rochambeaus cap received tonight at the local office of the Compagnle Generale Transatlan The shortage of food and fuel was occasioned by rough water which delayed the CAPT JOHN car he drove to camp if rl i I CM ci j id 11 crs t n i IH tnn i It has a maximum speed of 102 miles an With this machine he won a race Government care between ainl New covering the 10 1C in hours and ia won therace between Govern ment at Keen Observer told you u that solution One of the luarter to in connection with the Au thority exercised In the ranks to brine about the usual rapid military devel oprnent of the Upper class men who overstep the au thority laid down for I hem are punished to the full extent of the regulations added the Col Tlllman reported that refusal of Congress to increase the pay and ration allowancif of the cadets has made it notice when impossible for the men to live within their On March hc It was a the three classes In the araUemv were in WHICH SPEEDS AWAY ContrniKiI From the Flrxt old and can STUM with benefit to 0 0 A drug free A I Miss Dorothy Cole of 217 Brookfleld road witnessed the notified the police and furnisher description of the Charles son of Charles Wells of Cudworth sustained a fractunof the skull and a fracture of one He was sent to the Massaj PjSitlng chiifetts General and is in a dangerous Amos son of Amos W Willies of la Daniels suffered frac ture of left arm and bruises of the He also was Bent to the Massa chusetts TJeneral Miss Helen of Gordon was cut on the forehead and left cheek and also sustained a severe Kagh on the left Hhe was attended by a physician and sent The accident occurred shortly after 8 oclock as the three young people were sauntii along the The car that struck them suddenly carno from tin north with dimmed lights that prevented the driver from seeing them and they hurled from The of the car made no effort to ascertain the extent of their injuries or render and sped in tho direction of The injured were taken into the sta tion of the Metropolitan Park Police and riven first aid Wells I and Wilkes were then sent to the hoa 1 Itichard immediately j telephoned to neighboring places a de j scrlptlon of tin car and every effort I will be to apprehend the Capt Dillon had jiot enjoyed his usual good health for fully a year and about two weeks ago he contracted a cold which developed into His Mrs Jane and his step Miss Margaret are both confined to the house by Other survivors are a James Dillon of R I a Miss Margaret Dillon of Roxbury and a Lawrence Cullen of Arrangements for tho funeral had not been completed last but It is ex pected that it will be held on Tuesday The exercises at the house will be because of the illness of other members of the but the services at St Hughs Blue Hill Grove will be public and family request the presence there of all who wish to pay their last tribute to his John Dillon was born in Dorches ter Aug and was graduated from the grammar schools At the age vent to work ln the of Marshall president of the American Pomological Society and the Massachusetts Horticultural Society He first entered the citys employ In ISiS under Supt the city for and was appointed foreman of the Public Garden In the and fore man of the Greenhouse Department dur ing the After remaining there for some years Mr Dillon accepted a more lucrative position at the Forest Hills whlrh he held for five Upon the earnest solicitation oC Supt Doogue he again entered the citys service only to resign and enter the em ploy of William Ewell where he made a study of the handling and growing of Dutch hyacinths nar cissus and After acquiring this knowledge Mi Dillon again became attached to the Park Department as propagator and custodian of bulbs and Upon tho death of Supt Doogue he was given full charge of the Public which he held until 3914 AK custodian of the Garden he gained lame among the horticulturists and norlstK all over the His ar rangement for years of the different flowerings of as well as the planting of the beds with plants used for bedding purposes brought the Garden to a standard never before according to the best I by any similar park in He visited and Inspected tho park systems of almost every city In tha United Mr Dillon wasregarded as an authority on park department Recreation Board to fill he unexplred term of Henry who had been removed by Mayor fin j May Mayor Curlev named Mr j Dillon for reappointment and his name was sent to Civil Commls slon for Upon the eoinmln j slons announcement that it would hold a public hearing to establish Mr Uillons I fitness the Mayor withdrew his and he was left in office as a holdover At the request of Mayor Peters on April 1 last Mr Dillon after having been in the service of the city for more than 40 Mr Dillon at one time was State presi dent of the State Branch of the H and was also president of the Suffolk County A man should never do the work that a machine can do for him During the war thousands of merchants learned the value of using laborsaving cash Other thousands have yet to find out that it pays to do things quickly by machin ery instead of slowly by While merchants were learning this great lesson of the war we were just as busy with the result that we have gathered together many new ideas that will help merchants make more We want all merchants to know and benefit from these new For this reason we recently called our Eastern Sales Force together in big convention in New York Over 250 of our agents and salesmen got They had a fine educational They discussed new store and exchanged the new ideas we have been so busy gathering during the past These ideas can be of great profit to and you owe it to your business to call on our representatives as soon as they get back Our agents and salesmen are better and there fore can be of greater service to you than ever So get in touch with them as soon as you and let then tell you what they have Do it The National Cash Register Company Ohio Offices in all the principal cities of the world TO BOMBARD TROOPS WITH DOOSHNUTS Eoyal Welcome Awaiting Men on the Canada ROCCO DE ROSE MISSING FROM NEWTON SINCE JAN 1 Jan 19 and Mrs Jo sepha de Rose of GO Hawthorne st are very anxious to obtain tidings of their Rocco de who left home on Xew Years Day after a quarrel with bin father and older and has not since been seen by his Since Jan 1 young de Rose has writ ten letter to his in which he stated he had been but was then well and all He gave no and beyond thr fact that the letter was mailed In Boston they have no trace of Rocco IK described by his Barents as being feet GVi inches In about 130 pounds in weight and dark When left home he was wearing a dark suite with a white pencil stripe running through dark cap and black But he carried a way from home miii a irouHeru and ehirt he had nurchimed from a Transport Due Below Tonight Will Up in Morning Two transports with overseas troops are due in Boston the first of this according to an by the Northeastern Department The the will enter the har bor tonight and will be fit quarantine till Tuesday The Canada has 12 oflicers raid men As far as is none of these are New KuglfiNd The the has 300 officers and 1300 men Among them are casual companies made up of Massa Iowa and Missouri he Mcllta carries the 493d Aero Squadron and Mobile Hospital both of which will go to Camp The Boston committee for tho recep sentatives of the various organizations which are cooperating In the It Is probable that Admiral Wood and Brig Gen acting commander of the Department of the will be in the assembly on tho deck of tho In any the Military and Naval Departments will be represented by 10 oflicers The band from the receiving ship at Commonwealth Pier will go along on the Monitor to serenade the The Salvation which introduced the douKhnut to the trench ration of the American Is to furnish the doughnuts for the bombardment of to morrow Baskets containing thousands of the crisp brown cakes will go down the harbor aboard the Monitor The Salvation Army is also providing the free The blanks will be sent down on the customs boarding ves sel only from this vessel can they be carried aboard the Many Organizations to Help The details of the entire reception are In charge of the Boston Committee for the Reception of Returning Sailors and The Knights of Columbus and the Jewish Welfare Board will furnish the than The the Boston and the Wai Camp Community Service are to dis tribute the chocolate bars and the chew ing coffen and buns are to be served at Commonwealth Pier by the Red Postal cards and pencils also to be Copies of the newspapers will also bo The after the initial greeting In the outer will escort the big transport to her berth at Commonwealth The Canada will dock on the Bos ton side of the big The welcom was taken last night to the Jamaica Jail after he had made his confenlon to the Riddell New York are In clined to discredit this us the prisoners wife and employers were apparently able to establish an alibi for him on the night the crime was com Wellesley House Ransacked Jan 10When the care taker for the residence of Addlson Forest wont into the house today he found that It had been ran sacked from cellar to The ex tent of the damage cannot as yet be Mr Barnes Is In Franco with the his family IB at present In and the house has been un occupied for several Word Was Pale Salesman I suppose you require grand madame Mrs Mewnishuns I want a magnificent DR HARRINGTON SERVED ON LOWELL BOARD OF HEALTH Jan 19Dr Thomas Har who died in Boston was well known In this In his school gaya he was major of the High School Later he served as a member of the Board of Health and was active In introducing medical reforms Into the Dr Harrington was a charter member of Lowell Council of Knights of Colum He continued his membership until ms removal to when he was cd to a Bostor council of the visit in Lowell was at the MANY NOVELTIES AMONG COLUMBIA RECORDS Many new Columbia records are listed for release this month and 5eanilng for reproduction on the talking machine Novelties which Van and Schenck con tribute are Youll Find OM Dixieland In Picking Germans Oft the paired with Tony Goes Over the Sentiment i tion of returning sailors and I marines plans to extend The decks of the big vessel will be make bombarded In the outer harbor with Tlle are to line up along the fresh from the Every fnfy man will be euppliod with a telegraph part of the distribution of cigarettes blank which will permit him to candy and chewing gum will be made without to the folks at home the news of his Later cigarettes tipn Army ls to pay the tolls regardless the thousands will be distributed among the and bars of and bundles of chewing gum will be part of the greeting and coffee and Red Cross buns will he THE DOCTOR KNOWS that he can depend on an oldfashioned mustard The influenza epi demic found hundreds of doctors ro sorting to mustard plasters instead of accepting substitutes which cannot be depended To know how to use a mustard plas ter is plasters act by producing what is known as a coun It is not necessary or Ing disembarking from the Wise to burn the skin or blister it An Monitor at the Fish will be nlv thp miiHtnrH AP to grouped on the floor of Commonwealth y musiara plaster over the sore the troops aboard the Canada surpassing i Pler to freet the soldiers when they step I or Painful as soon as It begins to anything yet done along this win WeU H for a and Masor Feters w111 then reapply at another Repeat this until the whole area IB red and not sore or You can obtain excellent results by using Pougeras Mustard Plasters which are thoroughly reliable and can be depended upon to produce the desired For over fifty years Fougeras Mus tard Plasters have rendered satisfac tory service in thousands of house In two and Specify FOCTRERA8 At All or FOUdEKA 1849 Beekman Kew Colds Grow Better of how far the messages must Some of the telegrams will go to t Pacific BO to the Will Start Bright and Early The word of welcome from the city TO ASK THAT ODONNELL BE PUT UNDER OBSERVATION NEW Jan 19Dlst Atty OLeary of Queens County announced tonight that ho will apply to the County and State will he home down the har Court tomorrow for commitment to an observation hospital of Patrick ODon nell of this who has given to the police a signet statement declaring that he killed Elizabeth Mary Bte will leave Eastern foot of near her home In the Borough bor to be shouted to the returning boya at The city steamer bearing the official welcoming delesa Battery at fi oclock sharp tomorrow Aboard the Monitor will be Mayor voiced by Campbell and Burr In T 1 ADOara lno wl e Mayor We Meet with Its companion i and reception the of Queens last Wednesday night ODonnell taken before the the of Sterling Jamaica Court for arraignment today but he was In such a nervous rendition that Magistrate Miller refused to permit which has been placed tb irritation U r when you roat Inflammation relieved and throat tiefc oso timetested t t   

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