Boston Daily Globe, December 13, 1919

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December 13, 1919

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts Order tomorrow’s Sunday Globe in advance from your newsdealer or newsboy. Tell your neighbors to read the Sunday Globe Magazine. Order your Sunday Globe advertisements early.©ic Session Mn ok EXTRA VOL XCVI NO. 166 Entered as ercond class matter at Boston, Mass., under the aet of March 3, 1870. BOSTON, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IB. 1019- -TWELVE PAGES OOPVniGfTT. IPI 7. P.v TITE Ct,OBI! NEWSPAPER CO. TWO CENTS —Lgjlig PROTEST SLIGHT TO GEN EDWARDS Col Logan and Mayor Speak in Faneuil Hall Resolution Going to Washington on Promotions Over His HeadPUT BOSTON STORES ON 8-HOUR DAY BASIS BEGINNING MONDAY CROWD IN UPROAR Saving of 25 Percent in Coal ConsumptionAT IRISH HEARING Must be Obtained Says Storrow in Relaxing Rules by Permission of Fuel Officials LODGE IRRITATES i PARTY ASSOCIATES His Favoring Tentative Platform Resented Factions Object to Encroaching on Work of Convention Hoots Speakers Who Argue On Bill For Recognition S'ptrtnl Dispatch To the Globe WASHINGTON, Dec 12—A wave of ►cheilion in the Republican ranks was Started this evening when Senator Lodge, leader of the Old Guard, .inproved the suggestion of the National Committee that a mixed body rig un a tentative platform before the convention meets in June. Foolish, unnecessary, Impracticable and Irritating were tome of the terms used in commenting on the indorsement put forward by Ixxlge. “The committee on resolutions.’’ said Senator Lodge, “usually sits two days end two nights continuously. They work tinder great pressure. They are overwhelmed with all sorts of crude propositions, hastily prepared, and with constant pressure from local and special interests here and • pt to be in many the very leading Issue Dr less confused compromises. “I think the question of what is to go 5nto a National platform ought to have longer and better consideration than this fend that all those who report serious interests and who desire some declaration In the platform ought to have an opportunity to prepare It and bring It before the committee. Resolutions prepared in this way would represent care and thought and preparation by the people Avho have given long and especial consideration to the questions.” The proposition to have a conglomer-lite aggregation of committee members and outsiders take the 'first whack at the party platform for 1930, either as made by the National Committee or “If the slight to Maj Gen Clarence R. Edwards is permitted, no regular officer of the Army in the future will ever dare to raise his voice to protect the lives, interests and happiness of his men,’' Col Edward L. Logan declared at a spirited meeting    _________________________ in Faneuil Hall last night, under the Cohalan Favors War With England represented tho city at the meeting j and voiced a ringing protest against’ the action of the War Department; I Col Frank S. Perkins of Salem told I how New England was up in arms; I      + Clapt David J.Rrickley said the citizen j soldiers of the country would not! WASHINGTON, Dec 12-The claim stand for the insult; Lieut William of the Irish Republic to recognition J. Blake branded the act as one of as an independent Government was “autocrats,” and Sergt George Wil- brought to Congress again today and son declared that Gen Edwards was was debated in militant fashion shelved because be told the truth, through a tempestuous all-day ses- .    __    ““ '    .    ’    ’    i sion of the House Committee on For- Kesented by 26th Division Remember: Boston Retail Stores Will Be Open Today From B A. M. to 6 P. M. Pro-Germanism Charged cign Affairs. A crowd which jammed the committee room and blocked adjoining corridors punctuated the proceedings with cheers and with hoots of disapproval as the opposing speakers presented their arguments, and many Harbord for promotion to the per- times threw the session into disor-    v ................ {"eH^rtTb'ip'ivt'frwm I manen* rank of Major General, the I der by yelling gratuitous advice to separated from Alexander Berk man. *sue«<PaCseries of more ;War Department has jumped the for- the committee and witnesses.    !    her companion of yours, Emma. Uoid- ’    .    I       ,    j    * j.*    ‘    man announced tonight that aho had It included many leaders of thei abandoned her    flKbt    in    tho    flu cause of Irish freedom in this coun- At the conclusion of the meeting, which filled Faneuil Hall, a resolution was adopted to be sent to Washington which stated, in part: “Whereas, by the nomination of Brig Gens Kernan, Hickman and C'wntlnaeil on Abe Fifth Pnge. EMMA GOLDMAN GIVES UP BATTLE Says If Berkman Must Go, She Will Go Too KILLS WIFE AND SELF IN JEALOUS FRENZY Expects ti. S. Will Keep Promise to Deport "Reds" Within IO Days NEW TORK, Dec 12- Bather than he Hupprich Shoots in Presence Daughter and Others of Consumers Must Bear Big Part Of Wage Increase—Hines On Garfield’s Job Operators Call Settlement Surrender to Miners— Men Return Slowly Jamaica Plain Man, Grazed by Suspicions, Slays Woman After Upbraiding Her MAY SOON RESTORE PLANS RELIEF FOR SUSPENDED TRAINS, OFFICE BUILDINGS I WASHINGTON, Dec 1-2— Regional directors of railroads av ere given authority tonight by Director General THE WEATHER • RAIN Forecast for Boston and Vicinity: Saturday unsettled, occasional rains: Sunday fair rind much colder; strong south winds, shifting to west and northwest and reaching gale force. Washington Forecast for Southern New _ ,    England    and Eastern New York—Rain Saturday; Sunday fair and much colder. For Northern New . ,    ...    I England rain or snow Saturday;    Sun- l.odge, did not seem to take Avell with day fair and much colder. The rank and file of party wheelhorses. Southwest storm warnings ordered at Those In each taction displayed a dis- I ga^r"lrtfron‘ Delavvar* Breakwater to position to kick over the traces.    '    Globe’s Forecast — Sundae fair and Senator Moses did not indorse the plan much colder; Monday fair; continued 'cold; diminishing northwest to west winds. of preliminary platform building. He believed this vvork should be left to the regularly chosen delegates, coming fresh from the people and familiar with all angles of a delicate situation. The proposition was equally unsatisfactory lo Senator Borah. And so It went that neither the progressive, the conservative nor the radi- The Temperature Yesterday at Thompson's Spa—3 a rn, 29; 6 a rn, 30; 9 a rn, 3<; 12 rn. 40; 3 pm, 45; 6 p rn, 45; 9 p rn. 50; 12 mid, 48. Average temperature yesterday, 39 7-12; average one year ago, 37 11-24. Temperatures at R Last Night—San Francisco, 41: Williston, IO below; 8t Louis, 36; Chicago, 42; Nantucket, 40; Portland, 36; Eastport, 38; New York, 38; Washington, 46. Precipitation element amens Republica,, Senators |    ,„*?    p    *" were tickled at the suggestion of their ' National Committee, or the approval of their chosen leader. try and manifested in many ways its sympathy with the plea for recognition. The occasion was committee consideration of a bill by Representative Mason. Republican. Illinois, which would appropriate funds for dispatch of diplomatic and consular representatives to the Government set up by the insurgent Irish republicans. Its supporters declare it presented an opportunity for Congress to do all It could constitutionally toward a full diplomatic recognition and its opponents condemned it as an effort to involve the United States in a dangerous foreign situation. Charges of Pro-Germanism Arguing in support of his measure. Representative Mason said it would not constitute a complete recognition, but simply would show the willingness of Congress to do its part to that end. lie also contended that passage of the bill C'Aiitinnrd on the Fifth I’nge, preme Court to prevent ber deportation j to Soviet Russia with Berkman amil Grazed by jealousy. Louis Hupprhh. .some HO other radicals.    a&ed «•    and killed his wife. Violet Harry Weinberger, her attorney, in a I.-N- «i«d -3. at their home. 56 Wyman letter to Asst Atte Gen Stewart at Jamaica Blain, about 6 o’clock last Washington, asked that Mina Goldman’s I nl*ht, and then tired one shot which application for a writ of error or appeal j Penetrated his brain. Death In botii and release on bail be withdrawn, lie | cases was instantaneous said that this request was made “in I fhe shooting occurred In the presence view' of the statement made by jour j °t Die couple s 4-year-old daughter, the department ami the Commissioner Gen-I erat of immigration that Emma Gold- I man and Alexander Berkman and other Russians will be deported within IO days to Soviet Russia.’’ The letter said Miss Goldman preferred "jail or deportation to continued »us-tody on Ellis Island.” The refusal of the .Supreme Court to delay Belk man's deportation, the attorney said, had also led Miss Goldman to abandon her tight. He quoted her as saying that “if Berkman must go, I and the rest will go with him.” Later a statement was Issued bv Miss Goldman In which she said: “I desire to go as soon as possible to Soviet Russia and I expect tho Government to keep its promise to deport Berkman and myself as well as other Russians within IO days.” She characterized the Government's action as Uke (hat of "the Czar of Russia.” woman's mother and her sister. The two women spectators were powerless to prevent tile tragedy, it all happened so quickly. Hupprich was employed by a largo eoal company and ids wife worked in a downtown department store. It is said that for some time the man has been jealous of his wife and several times made statements which Indicated he contemplated violence He fancied that because of her youth she was acting in an inbecuming manner, although this belief is said to have been unfounded. FEW LIGHTS GLEAM ON BOSTON STREETS Darkness Reigns in City, Highways Deserted Candles Glow in Windows of Some Establishments JURY AWARDS C0UHIGS DAMAGES OF $13,333 SALEM. Dec 12—In the Superior Civil Court today. Judge Dubuque presiding, the jury returned verdicts In the two KUils of John Oouhig and his son Philip, both of Beverly, against Florence Dris-roll. The son was awarded $3760 damages and the father $9633. Are you reading the Uncle Dudley Editorials in the Daily and Sunday Globe.* Make sure of tomorrow's Globe by ordering the paper in advance. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS 5% is the rate of "mmmm dividends paid by this bank for the last two years. deposits go nrr* 1 n ON INTEREST ULU. lf Any Amount from 5c to $2000 Assets........$25,068,292.42 Surplus........$2,088,982.32 Charlestown Five Cents Savings. Bank Founded 1834 Thompson Square. Charlestown, Mass. Page I. Washington announces modification of coal conservation regulations. Boston stores to be allowed to remain open eight hours beginning Monday. Louis Hupprich of Jamaica Plain kills his wife in a jealous frenzy aud then commits suicide. Mass meeting in Faneuil Hall adopts resolution to Washington protesting against .promotions over Gen Edwards. after ringing speeches by Col Logan, Mayor Peters and others. Two liquor stills at Rochester. Mass, raided. Boston streets In darkness and almost deserted. Lodge's approval of plan of National i Committee to have tentative platform j drafted to present to Republican con-j cantion stirs his associates. I Emma Goldman abandons fight I against deportation and will be sent 1 with 80 other Anarchists to Russia. War heroes come home in steerage. I’mge 2. Charles Sumner Bird flays the Admin-j istration for handling of coal situation. Government begins inquiry into ! prices charged by coal operators. Miners’ Union officials report many I men returning to work. President Wilson puts blatne for social unrest on secret policies of Governments. Owing to the White Paper Situation And the great demand tor space in the advertising columns of the Daily and Sunday Globe, it is absolutely necessary that advertisers notify us as far in advance of date of publication as is possible the exact amount of space their advts will occupy for any given date in the Globe. Sunday Globe Advts Ho sure to call early with your advts for tomorrow s and tho Daily Globe next week. To Ret, the hest results, see that your Real Estate, Business Chances, Board and Rooms, Machinery For Sate, Poultry For Sale, Musical Instruments, Automobile and Help Wanted advts appear in the Daily and Sunday Globe. Order tomorrow’s Globe in advance from your newsdealer or newsboy. TODAY'S GLOBE CONTENTS Page 24. All coal restrictions in Allegheny, Penn, district lifted. American aces at House committee hearing advocate creation of aeronautical department of Government. Ph ae a. Legislative committee reports Boston School Committee bill for Increase in teachers’ salaries. Mayor Peters' committee to fight Bolshevism maps out its campaign. Massachusetts House discusses plans for relief of the Boston Elevated. Strenuous objections entered ut a Pity Hall hearing on a rendering plant in Neponset. Senate passes McNary Sugar bill. Rev S. N. Kent, former Episcopalian clergyman at Newport, R I. must again answer charge of misconduct, following secret indictment at Providence, John J. Ballem will be turned over to Boston policemen at New Orleans today to be returned to this citj- for trial on charge of conducting radical propaganda. Eight men Indicted by Boston Federal Grand Jurj- as a result of the finding of illicit stills. Port of Boston news. Marriage Intentions. $*11 Kl* I. Appeal from injunction granted in the Carl Mays case is flied in behalf of Ban Johnson. Marblehead High eleven in good shape i for its game with Proviso of Maywood, I 111. at Marblehead today. I Yale offers Guy Nlckalis berth as head crew coach. Georges Carpentier issues a challenge to fight Jack Dempsey for the heavy weight title. E. Ralph Greenleaf wins the pocket billiards championship. Suburban League and other bowling results. Johnny Downes of Cleveland gets the award In his bout with Johnny Gray at the Commercial A. C. Oregon to present strong team against Harvard in New Year's Day game. Roller polo results. Live Tips and Topics. Pa ice .I. Harry A. Frazier shoots his wife and man who rushed to her rescue. Dilley N. Courtemanche of Randolph dies after being struck by auto. Fourteen vessels in distress as result of storms in the North Atlantic. Villa rejxorted driven from Muzquiz. TAKE BELL ANS BEFORE MEALS and see how fine good dilation makes 23U ftG.-AdmUflCIBCaU - _ __t_____ TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Pit R e R, Fair price for man’s overcoat fixed at $24.50 in Chicago. Lloyd J. Bryant, who wed Middleboro girl, admits bigamy charge in New Jersey court. Witnesses testify as to beating given prisoners under Capt Dctzer's charge. I’nge ti. “Peace Conference Number Two.” by Uncle Dudley. Selectman Carr of Hopkinton defends efficiency of Miss Mary A. Supple, school principal, in school row. Brockton jitney mon lose their contention before the Supreme Court. Nahlgian child of Cambridge found wandering in Winchester. Mrs Nancy Derby Babson, aged 102 years, dies at Gloucester. Two new parishes created by- Cardinal O'Connell in Malden and Read Ville. Assessed valuation of John D. Rockefeller's personal property in New York cut from $5,600,006 to $2,600,000. Senators McKellar and La Follette continue attacks on Cummins bill. PHR** 7. Xoroton, Conn, man held in $15,Ob' bail as forger In New York. Canada sending $20,000,000 in gold to United States. Financial news. lh, RO 'V, Commercial news. New literature. I’nge It, Household Department. “More Truth Than Poetry,” by James J. Montague. Fight of negro girls with guards breaks up hearing on cruelty charges in New York Reformatory for Women. 1‘URC Iii. British and French Premiers call American Ambassador Into conference at London. British order seven battalions to proceed to plebiscite regions In January. New England business men urge on New England delegation in Congress the need of railroad rehabilitation. Ford scores flood Government Association. Red Cross Christmas seal drive reaches a total of $19,864.48. Conference of Liberals decides on new political party. Labor's "reconstruction conference” will convene In Washington today. Death list in Southern floods la. Boston expected to lead In the Harvard Endowment Fund campaign. Two-day campaign nets Brockton Hospital 128,218. j&siofi joules .VfileruuF JmUI* Boston streets were darker last night than they have been before in many years, darker even than when the fuel and light restrictions of 1917 and 1919 were in effect. This was so because of a more general ant! conscientious observance of the fuel regulations on the part of Boston business men. They apparently were determined to live up to J the exact hitter of tile regulations, and i parker and more nearly deserted streets I than one .would ever expect to see in j the heart of a metropolis resulted Dozens of smaller stores, dealing j J chiefly In men’s wear, which ordinarily i | keep oiien from earlv morning until IO j at night, w ere dark last night, Rotan- J rants and lunch rooms obeyed Mr 8tor-1 row’s orders to the letter and burned ■ only the lights necessary for the use of ; customers, with no lights on the out- J side. The usual before Christmas crowds J were missing from the streets. Only ! those bound for the theatres or the j movies, with night workers who were i abroad on business, were to be seen. A few of the downtown stores, cape dally confectionery and soda places, ( conceh ed the Idea of lighting their win- j ered In Rochester two of the most pie- I doW3 bv candles, thus giving their estab- j auresqui; illicit stills found outside of Bailments a Christmas atmosphere that ^ Kentucky. Inquiries made by patrol- I was lost when the electric lights were ! man Joseph A. Sander* concerning the burned, and also attracting the atten- ' extraordinary amount of drunkenness i Mon of many who chanced to be in among the North End Portuguese re- town. suited in information from a Jitney i In tile Insurance district yesterday i j driver that he had taken several mm I fifternoon when 4 o clock carne a nurn-j to a certain house in Rochester. t’ontiiiiied on the Fifth Pnge, TWO STILLS SUPPLY-WHALE CITY "TANKS" Revenue Officers Make Raid at Rochester Jitney Man Had Been Carrying; Thirsty to Oasis Under Barn Special IliNpiiteh to tin* Globe i : NEW BEDFORD. Dec 12— Revenue inspectors from the Boston office uneov- ) Hints to remove restrictions on th I use of light, heat and power derived | from coal as soon as the fuel situa-[ tion warrants. rite regional director® also were authorized to restore train service re-j moved or curtailed to meet the coni I shortage due to tire bituminous i miners’ strike as soon as the fuel supply in the various regions justi-I Aes. i Sending out of the instructions constituted the first step taken by the i Government iii the light of expectation that the miners would accept the |Government’s strike settlement proposal and return to work. Director General Hines, in announcing his action, said conditions In the regions varied greatly and I coal still was being shipped from the Hast to the West, but that removal I of restrictions might be shortly justified. Hines Assumes Garfield's Job Tfic Railroad Administration received unofficial estimates during the day that from IS to 76 percent of the miners had gone back to work. Private reports to operators said that In indiana nearly all the men had returned, but elsewhere a good deal of delay was being shown. Fuel Administrator Garfield's resignation. sent to President Wilson yesterday. was discussed bv White House officials, who expressed the belief that I oik I niir,I on the Second I’nae. Retail stores throughout New England are to be allowed to remain j open for eight hours a day. instead of j the six to which they have been re-| atricted for the past two days, ac-■ cording to an order of the United Starts Open 9 to 6 Today—Eight-Hour Schedule Monday Long Shopping Day today. Stores open 9 a rn till 6 p in. Next week shopping days will be eight hours, probably from 9:30 a m to 5:30 p rn. When in doubt about any of the fuel restrictions call Boston Fuel Commissioner, Robert B. Stone, at Main 8430 or Main 8431. States Fuel Administration, receivet last night by W. T. LaMoure, chair man of the New England Subcoa Committee. This concession, a veritable boor to both Christmas shoppers and stort proprietors, is granted on conditloi that tho stores actually reduce th< heat, light and power which thai consume by at least 25 percent. Ne mention is made of any relaxation ii the restrictions governing the light Continued on Hie Srroad I'mrp. Real Estate for sale, to let or wanted.* Automobiles for sale? Advertise in tomorrow’s and tit the Daily Globe next week. j Sanders notified Hie Federal authori-| ties, and last ntght Inspectors Thomas | B. Haslett, J. K. W. Donne and John Ii, Hickey called on the Jitney driver, j who agreed to take them to the Rochester house. Reaching the farm they found Manuel I ber of offices were able to produce oil j j lamps, which thej- substituted for their I i electric lights, thereby continuing work j i In their offices aud at the mime time I complying with the fuel regulations. All sign lights outside of tunnel and I subway stations of the Elevated were i cut off last night and they will not be used again during the present fuel cri- j sis. The Elevated changed Its "rush ! hour” yesterday morning, or rather It Nunes crouched in a IO by 10-foot hatch- , hail two “rush hours"_ before noon, for way beneath the burn. feeding the fire under a still. The plant was of unusual-j Iv large capacity, there being one 36-gal-j Ion still and another 10-gallon affair, the } latter used for redistilling to obtain a higher grade of goods. John Viera, owner of the farm, and a third man, were found in tile yard. Four barrels of mash and three barrets of molasses were found, Two quarts of liquor were also seized. Viera and Nunes were arrested today and arraigned before United States Commissioner A. McL. Goospeed. Viera charged with unlawfully having two stills in his possession and Nunes charged w’ith illegally carrying on the business. Both pleaded not guilty and were held for hearing Dec 26 in the sum of $1000 each. it ran extra service between 7:45 and 8:15 a rn and again between IO and 11:36 a rn. Home of the smaller stores Iii various parts of the city tvere observed yester- 1 day morning to be burning electric lights and doing business long before 11:30, when the big downtown stores baa . agreed to open. The pollee did not In- i terfere with Hie smaller places as the proprietors had the right to keel) open during any six hours of the dav, and there was nothing to prevent a merchant keeping his establishment open from 6 a rn to 12 noon if he desired to do so. WAR HEROES RETURN HOME IN STEERAGE Chinese Attache Travels in Cedric’s Saloon In line with the request of the Fuel Administrator the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston has changed its closing hour to two o'clock. Until further notice ail customers of the associated banks and trust companies are requested to make their deposits by one o’clock to facilitate their being handled on the same day. Boston Clearing House Association by Thomas P. Beal, President. THIS YEAR LAST OF BOURGEOIS RULE ON EARTH, SAYS MOSCOW LONDON, Dec 12—'"The third year of the Soviet Government begins under very good omens,” says a Bolshevik communication received here from Moscow today. “This year will be the last year af the Bourgeoisie's rule on earth,” the dispatch adds. NEW YORK. Dec 12—Six hundred re-j palliated Americans, who fought under J the Brltleh colors in the Holy Land, ar- * rived tonight in the steerage of the • steamer Cedric from Liverpool. Shat’ j Ying Yet of the Chinese legation at I Washington w*h a saloon passenger. BRITISH BUY NORWEGIAN COAL MINES IN SPITZBERGEN CHRISTIANIA, Doc 12-The Norwe-! flan coal mines In Spitsbergen have been sold to a British concern for 11200,000. The sale was made subject to I tho Approval o£ the shareholders. Join Now Our Christmas Series Savings Club (ult or write for folder TODAY. SUFFOLK SAVINGS BANK FOK KHAM BN AMD OTHER* I Tremont St., Boston Open Dally 9 to 3. Monday (Amins*. Deposit* Only. A to 7 uHns a seollay Square Location With a Service Reputation'' What Gooxj Is a XMAS CLUB? It elves you. with very tittle effort and no sacrifice. a pocketful of money just when you need It most—at this season. THE UNION INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS (216 TREMONT ST.) 1920 Xmas Club is now open. Join at once. HS.W i» for tlione in tbs joe eta**. S.TO.AO I* for Biose tn the $1.00 cia*.*, k 101.OO I* for those In tho St.(MI ria**. Y'lj'J.50 I* for I hoer ta tho $ VOO etas*. 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