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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1921, Boston, Massachusetts                                TOE CLASSIFIED ADVTS READ THEM TODAY To get the best advertiw your Wonts in the Daily and Sunday Globe SUNDAY GLOBE ADVT ORDER THEM TODAY If out of Be sure to mail advtB for neit Sundays GloHe VOL C 130 Entered us second clan mutter at under tlio act of March WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1921TWENTYFOUR PAGES BIT THE GLOBE NBWSPAPBH TWO POWERS ACCEPT NAVY CUT BEGIN WORK ON DETAILS Britain and Japan Lead Way in Heartily Agreeing to Policy Laid by Gives Colorful Picture of Memorable to Work Out Problem First of Three Subjects Now on BRITAIN AND AMERICA DIFFER ON SUBMARINE Way to Settlement Under Roosevelt as Chairman Demand of Italy and France for Larger Fleets to Be Pacific Question up Today By JAMES MORGAN Nov 15 In the eigbt of 1600 witnesses in Continental Hall and in the hearing ot the whole Britain and Japan today toed the chalk line which Mr Hughes drew on Saturday and toed it That id the meaning of the spectacle which was staged at the second ses sion of the Naturally the performance was not as exciting as that which was put on at the first because the ele ment of surprise was None the less it was a novel sight and deep in its significance to watch that venerable model of the old Mr and that proud personi fication of the secretive Bacon stand as if in a New Eng land town and register at the bar of public opinion the pledges of the two island Empires to quit the race In Naval each qualified his acceptance of the American but only as to details which do not threaten to weaken its Briand Injects Land Problem Premier Briand injected another problem of immense as the session was drawing to a but he wrapped it in such seductive in such pleasing notes as to take all the shock out of Had he gone about It with the blunt frank ness of Mr he might have tell neighbors about the Globes Household De Advise them to the Household Pages in the Daily and Sunday Sure Relief INDIGESTION SBttfcNH tNDIGESTI 6 BELLANS Hot water Sure Relief ELLANS and Packages Everywhere SEATS RESERVED SHUBERT Theatre Same at Show or at repeated the sensation of For he raised the question of land armaments and that raises the great est question of What the confer ence is going to do to save Europe from But Mr Briand went no further this morning than to serve notice that he must have his day in open court and then he as he has promised to speak a 1ameri The White in its still green park and the row little white mar ble palaces Jn the nearfcy street of the Rue de la the American sunshine of a crisp Autumn day as the delegates drove up to Continental Hall In the dull buff limousines of the The the stood watching for a glimpse of the apparently ordinary men this extraordinary assem A woman In with a banner across her bosom bearing the word had pdsted herself in front of the Ionic A vendor of the flags of the nine conferring Nations was there to commercialize the Experts Join Delegates The simple yet beautiful colonial hall was quickly packed to the but in comfort and without The chair reserved for Mr Harding at the green tables on Saturday hav Contlnueil on the Blevcntli English Proposal to Limit Still More Not Favored Japanese Will Ask For Larger Ratio Than 60 Percent TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pace Gen Allen indicted on three for larceny by Suffolk Grand Grand Jury indicts Justice Atty counts Suffolk Edward Pierce of the State Supreme Court and Edwin for conspiracy In connection with litiga tion Involving the estate of Edmund Wood of Allen says hos Just begun to England and followed by Prance and accept Americas Naval proposal Briand gives notice on land armament the greatest of says Armament conference appoints com mittee of with Col Assistant Secretary of as chair to consider details of disarmament Boston man arrested on charge oE dis posing of uecuAtles stolen from Breach of promise suit of Mrs Cath ortnu Beaman of Maiden against Charles McKay of asking now being tried In East Cam Pnrce Col Frank Dalton dead at Eleven Jurors temporarily acccptad to try GLOBES TOTAL ADVTS Duringtho ten months ending October 31 lie Globe printed a total of Want and Classified This was more Want and Classified adyts than were printed in tho second Boston paper having Daily and Sunday editions during the ten Use tho Globes Want and Classified columns to got the best CAREFULLY To insure insertion in the Sunday advertise ments under the following classifications must be in the cilice not later than Friday MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL mSTRUMCNTS TOURS ANB TRAVEL FARM AND GARDEN CASH REGISTERS Want and Classifloii advts other than the above must bo in the Globe office before i 30 on Wo cannot guarantee the classification of advts ordered on MKAY OFFERED NURSE SAYS Mrs Beaman Asks in Breach of Promise Suit Found He Was Married After Siie States Asserts Woman in His Home Attacked Her Testimony that Charles McKay of 31 Thurston won her Promise to marry and when she had discovered he was already mar attempted to soothe her damaged feelings with an offer of was made by Mrs Catherine 36year old trained nurse of 12 Florence Mai during the trial of her breach of promise null against which was started yesterday afternoon before Judge Morton and a Jury in the Superior Civil Bast Mrs Beaman testified that she first met McKay In when he called at a house in Somervllle where she was The witness said that on that occasion he Invited her to an automo bile telling her for an es she could have a married father of four Mrs Beaman testified that she refused this Mr McKay then started to call upon her regularly at places where she was employed as a she On one occasion she asked him who was the Mrs at his and he replied that Mrs Continued ou the Nov By accepting in principle and spirit the American proposals for reducing and limiting Naval arm Great Italy and Japan today pledged their ad herence and began discussions of Japan wants more than the 60 per celit as compared to the United States and Great which the original proposal would allow j France and Italy want to be taken into consideration at the outset and not wait for disposal of the ques tion as It affects the big More both France and Italy feel that they should be permitted to Increase rather than decrease their sea forces to bring them up to a figure compar able with what is being allowed the Great as previously out wants the replacement pro gram spread over a period of years rather than taken up at the end o a 10year and she wants further reduction and definite limita tions on Committee Takes Up Details After a session of little more than an the after hear ing addresses of general acceptance by Arthur for the British Admiral Baron for Japan Senator for and Pre mier for adjourned to meet again on the call of Secre tary and the newly ap pointed committee on naval arma ment went into secret The result of the latter meeting was a decision to refer the matter of naval limitation to a committee fl Attorney General Accused by Suffolk Grand Ji Of Larceny on Three in Case Involving Check PROMINENT MEN ACCUSED BY SUFFOLK GRAND JURY ATTT GlSN WESTON JUSTICE BDWARD IVE JUST BEGUN TO FIGHT SAYS ALLEN Attorney General Cheered by Merchants After Vigorous Speech Continued on he Tenth TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Conferees on National tax bill agree on Excise and SoftDrink Rod Cross rollcall IHKC Good Fellowship Club of Jordan Marsh Company entertains with big county Pnure City Council adopts order for purchase of Searsst site for now police La Travlata suns with Clara Lorlng In the role of Attempt to pick pocket of East Boston man on train out of Sprlngfteld results In two Pane Murphy declines Curlcys challenge OConnor charges forgery Curley says must npt quit under fire Pel letier denies he will Registration places in each ward will open for last six days Interned Alderman shot Pnire Jesse Guilford and Francis Oulmct tendered a dinner by the Woodland Golf Notices of wage cuts and requests for conferences sent out by railroads all over the Kennedy and White make cleun sweeps In Retail Store League bowling Rev Jones attacks PflKC Unscheduled compliment paid Atty Gen Allen at meeting In the interests of permanently endowed repertory thea tre In Boston woman sues at N for alleging alienation of her husbands Judge Jean Norrls tells Boston Womens Educational and Industrial Union first aim of New York Domestic Court is to keep Hearing in controversy over claim that Ipswich man owns Marshal Fooh awarded degrees at University of Pennsylvania and at Pnire Salvation Army Fund reaches Frederick Currier of Medford ot cold In Maine More Boston hunters bag deer in Zlgmund South killed by fall from TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Puice Harvard students vote for disarma Open Door In China and asso ciation of all after debate In the Massachusetts Federation of Churches votes to the Legislature for peal of the Percent Beer Port of Boston Pace Lardners conference Semiofficial Vatican organ urges con ference at Washington to proceed along the lines laid down by Holy Bee In Asqulth declares Americas proposal offers practical prospect of deliverance from Intolerable burdens and says Eng land read the offer with unspeakable rCllCt Words of the foreign delegates accept ing Americas Naval armament limita tion Page Hev Anthony Lieut Gen Belgian war will visit Boston Vaudeville program at batar of Wo menu Municipal Pane Southern Unionists oppose Ulster plan for Irish Ensign Gunn acquitted by Charlestown Pane Bare by Uncle Dudl New Englanders In the Globe Spot by More Truth Than by James Independent Old by Dorothy Massachusetts holds 43d annual Pace Duxbury Beach Coast Guard violently David Lourle sues estate of Lassor Agooa for because of failure of Agoos and othera to carry out alleged agreement relative to disposition of the Sleeel so Movie Fuels and Pnirc Eddie Shevlin hands Mike Morlsy a trouncing In tbelr bout In Mechanics Wimhrop and Arlington High cirls piny to a 21 tie In field Members of New England Fox Hunt ers Club bag two foxes near Wiuohcn ARREST SPOILS EUROPEAN TRIP Chapman of Boston Held in Bond Theft Case Accused of Disposing of Stolen Securities Los Angeles Loot Being Sought in This City NEW Nov Chap an automobile salesman of East wag arrested today as he was sailing for Europe on the charged with disposing which were part of the loot of a mall truck holdup In Los March Tho arrest was made by California post office Inspectors who have been working on the case since Tho postoftleo George R Cellar and Clarke Webster of the San Francisco said that Chap man had been under surveillance since he reserved accommodations on the Aquitania several days Securities Sold In Boston Securities valued at alleRed to be part of the loot from the Los Ange leS were traced to the in spectors Half were bonds of the Burlington Quinsy Rail roB1 and half foreign The latter it was were recovered while the sale of the former through a Boston concern drew suspicion to While the robbery occurred March it was not until June that the secur ities appeared in How they were transported across the country Is the Inspectors ae no trace can be obtained of them going the evidence Continued on the Twelfth This is the first meal I have ever eaten as an indicted But I wish to state emphatically that I am proud of all those things that have led up to the events of and I am proud of the enemies I have Atty Gen Weston who was yesterday indicted for larceny by the Grand Jury of Suffolk began his speech to the Massachu setts Retail Merchants Association in Youngs Hotel last night with the paragraph quoted and the merchants responded by leaping to their feet as one man and cheering him to the They cheered the Attorney General at frequent intervals during the course of hta and never more than when he smashed his fist down on the table and declared One of those who opposes me has said that I am a fighting Attorney My reply to that is that 1 have just begun to And laughter mingled with the cheers at another point in his impassioned Mr Allen said Sometimes I have wished that I had some Irish in and never more than Thoroughly Aroused It was obvious to all who listened to Mr Allens speech last night that the events of yesterday have thoroughly aroused him from his usual And it was equally obvious that the indict ment has drawn sparks of flre from I the man whom many believed could never be aroused to at least In tils oftlcial capacity as Attorney Gen Throughout his speech his gestures were vigorous and and on one or two occasions the dishes rattled as his fist crushed down upon the He was fighting During the entire course of his speech Mr Allen carefully refrained from men tioning but to thoso who are familiar with the ioga battle tlmt has been waged in Massachusetts during tile past months It was perfectly plain whom lio referred to from time to His subject WUH The Mans Judge Pierce and Ulmer Charged With Conspiracy To Obstruct Justice Grows Out of Litigation Ov Waban Rose Conservatories And Henry WoodsSons ULMER JUDGE PIERCE ILL Judge Edward Pierce of the Supreme Judicial Court and Kd win an have been indicted the Suffolk County Grand Jury in two charging them with conspiracy to ad ministration of In one it is they conspired to prevent Mary Henry Wood and Blanche the three children and heirs of Ed mund front securing cer tain stock of the Waban Rose Con servatories and the Henry Woods Sons and further that the defendant Ulmer should fraudulent ly and unlawfully procure the un restricted voting power ot the stock and control the companies for his own use and The second count charges that they conspired to obstruct the ad ministration of Justice by procuring and inciting Charles Hill as special master in two suits In to which the three heirs and Ulmer were to file with the Supreme Court findings con trary to the facts as found by The Indictment was returned in the Superior Criminal Court before Judge Dlst Atty Pelletier presented evi dence Wednesday of last week and concluded the investigation yester day Not Formally Arrested Sergt William attached Conttniicfl ou the Second THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston anil Vicinity Wed nesday fair Thursday unsettled and warm probably followed by rain moderate va riable becom ing cast and south Washington forecast for Northern New England Pair Wed nesday Thursday cloudy and probably snow or For Southern New Knglund and Kastern New Fair Wednesday Thursday cloudy and probably Globes unsettled and probably followed by rain Friday clearing and cooler tresh easterly becoming north west ALLEN SAID TO HAVE KEPT CLIENTS M8 Atty Gen Westbn Allen waftl dieted by the SuffouK Conniy Jury fa threw charging hha wlthl Toe fadletrnent ylwaff the anterior Crimanal day before Judge Otta charged him with larceny on Atiff I of from Nellie Tl now the wife of Charles an officer on one of the Nimtaskat The second count charges Continued on the Second Continued an Twelfth TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Pouc Brighton High defeats Hyde Park High In the Boston District 137 oth er school football Freshmen win Tufts Bldday route Figures give Yale an apparent edge for Saturdays Dartmouth denies Bankurl Its to sue cecd Cannell as football Harvard hat long practice session in tho Boston College has secret practice for Georgetown Intflroct keen in Dartmouth 25 game Friday at Fenway Willie Hoppe defeats 400 to In championship billiards rage Financial Puce City Council to five hearing today on bid for garbage i Financial And commercial TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Schooner Slntriim aground In Nan tucket IUKe Household DIami the by Kilzubeili York OneMan by Huacl Deyo 1UBi Postmaster General Iluys utivouutes Bales 1eUftier attain uvyes postponement hearing on reinuvttl und disburauiut pe titions till after municipal Insjuiior tfilaa Walte to kavo ton Police Deiiurlment next Friday lo take position wlih State Department of Public Harvard sail for Peru Civil Service Commissioner wont Attorney General to act agaluat Caul bridge city The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons a 33 6 a 39 9 a 44 50 3 p 6 p 17 it p m 48 Average temuerature yes 44 Temperatures at 8 Last M 26 st 3fi SI K 42 44 3i 32 New 44 Precipitation in 34 hours to 8 p Right Goods at Right Prices9 WINTERKEEPING sack Now arriving from the same shippers as last These are Central Maine of me dium size and excellent cooking Jt Is prudent to order SWEET SUNSHINE RAISIN The latest product of the Loose Wiles This is a delicious crisp cakey abun dantly filled with CORONATION A fullbodied per fectly always fresh from the roasting COON 25c 20c tasty and 45c Now on Sale SUNSWEET PRUNES 22c In Tins 1 California t ready forj Bates Yerxa By J E CONANT Co OFFICE LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS WITHIN THE REACH OF MANY Sri forth In form by detailed statement in word and by civil cDElni anil ly halftone picture fit a very acutrable und very well established and replete plant In full und Burcessful operation upon its own pciWIT prlvllcso with orders In liuncl micl locHled In Wilton In tho New TIic plant poibtuicd of llu own opur trauk on an Important or Hit liutun Mulnn Kullroud ronneitini Boston and Montreal with tua IIH urirnnlzutloii in complete fitiuloync at the with a excel nun been there three yearn lhe plant Ih poaucuncd of IU own motor Irn 01 ctwn trucks and with at the labor at hand menu TIic ulc In by fue death In July lust ot Plneld ntcd tin pliint until the cUy of his then In hlu will by executor The Flneld Box lii to tie mid an u eoniern upon Hn own premium Jn OUB unit leutrictlon itiKt riee from encumbrance to the hlffhavt boua who coinplitH with tin Terms und of on Tuesday thn November cDtninencinu promptly al ouo oclock In early the one hundred tntl twentylive thuunand leet or lumber however catalogue la tree to nil who apply by mall or oUurwIu at uluni all muiit under Kit forth Thf tit the uncommon   

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