Boston Daily Globe, November 16, 1921

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November 16, 1921

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1921, Boston, Massachusetts THE CLASSIFIED ADVTS READ THEM TODAY To get the hest results, advertise your Wants in the Daily and Sunday Globe mt ostmt Uaito (kink SUNDAY GLOBE ADVTS ORDER THEM TODAY If out of town,, be sure to mail your advts for next Sunday’s Globe today VOL C SO. 130 Entered as second class matter at Boston. Mass., under the aet of March 8, 1879. BOSTON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1921-TWENTY-FOUR PAGES COPYRIGHT, 1921. BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER CO. TWO CENTS POWERS ACCEPT NAVY CUT BEGIN WORK ON DETAILS Britain and Japan Lead Way in Heartily Agreeing to Policy Laid by America—Morgan Gives Colorful Picture of Memorable Scene—Admirals to Work Out Problem First of Three Subjects Now enlBRITAIN AND AMERICA DIFFER ON SUBMARINE Way to Settlement Under Roosevelt as Chairman Demand of Italy and France for Larger Fleets to Be Heard— Pacific Question up Today ALLEN, JUDGE PIERCE J AND ULMER INDICTED Attorney General Accused by Suffolk Grand Jury Of Larceny on Three Counts, in Case Involving $155 Check By JAMES MORGAN WASHINGTON, Nov 15 — In the Bight of 1500 witnesses in Continental Hall and in the hearing of the whole world, Britain and Japan today toed the chalk line which Mr Hughes drew on Saturday and toed it squarely. That is the meaning of the spectacle which was staged at the second session of the conference. Naturally the performance was not ae exciting as that which was put on at the first session, because the element of surprise was lacking. None the less it was a novel sight and deep in its significance to watch that venerable model of the old diplomacy. Mr Balfour, and that proud personification of the secretive Orient, Baron Kato. stand up, as if in a New England town meeting, and register at the bar of public opinion the pledges of the two island Empires to quit the race in Naval armaments. True, each qualified his acceptance of the American plan, but only as to details which do not threaten to weaken its basis. Briand Injects Land Problem Premier Briand injected another problem of immense importance, aa the session was drawing to a close, but he wrapped it in such seductive French, in such pleasing notes as to take all the shock out of it. Had he gone about it with the blunt frankness of Mr Hughes, he might have Women, tell your neighbors about the Globe's Household Department. Advise them to read the Household Pages in the Daily and Sunday Globe. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief ELL-ANS 25$ and 75$ Packages Everywhere 25c&50c"»»Y»’ ALL SEATS RESERVED SHUBERT VAUDEVILLE- Majestic Theatre Same ae $3.00 Show for $1.00 at Elf tit repeated the sensation of Saturday. For he raised the question of land armaments and that raises the greatest question of all. What the conference is going to do to save Europe from ruin. But Mr Briand went no further this morning than to serve notice that he must have his day in open court and then he may, as he has promised to do, speak “a l’ameri-caine.” The White House, in its still green park and the row of little white marble palaces In the nearby street of the conference—Washington's Rue de la Paix—glistened in the American sunshine of a crisp Autumn day as the delegates drove up to Continental Hall In the dull buff limousines of the Government. The unprivileged, the unticketed, stood watching for a glimpse of the apparently ordinary men of this extraordinary assemblage. A woman in white, with a banner across her bosom bearing the word “Peace,” had posted herself in front of the Ionic portico. A vendor of the flags of the nine conferring Nations was there to commercialize the occasion. Experts Join Delegates The simple yet beautiful colonial hall was quickly packed to the roof, but in comfort and without crowding. The chair reserved for Mr Harding at the green tables on Saturday hav- Contlnued on the Eleventh Page. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Pace I. Gen Allen indicted on three for larceny by Suffolk Grand Atty counts Jury. Suffolk Grand Jury indicts Justice Edward P. Pierce of tire State Supreme Court and W. Edwin Ulmer, attorney, for conspiracy in connection with litigation involving the estate of Edmund Wood of Natick. Allen says he's Just begun to fight. England and Japan, followed by France and Italy, accept America’s Naval proposal; Briand gives notice on land armament question, the greatest of all, says Morgan. Armament conference appoints committee of Admirals, with Col Roosevelt, Assistant Secretary of Navy, as chairman, to consider details of disarmament plan. Boston man arrested on charge of disposing of securities stolen from mail. Breach of promise suit of Mrs Catherine T. Beaman of Malden against Charles R. McKay of Somerville, asking $5000, now being tried in East Cambridge. Page a. Col J. Frank Dalton dead at Salem. Eleven jurors temporarily accepted to try Arbuckle. GLOBE’S TOTAL 463,325 ADVTS During the ten months ending October 31 Hie Globe printed a total of 463,325 Want and Classified advts. This was 401,020 more Want and Classified advts than were printed in tho second Boston paper (having Daily and Sunday editions) during the ten months. Use the Globe’s Want and Classified columns to get tile best results. ADVERTISERS-—READ CAREFULLY Hie Sunday Globe, advertisc-olassifleatlons must be in the SHOWCASES, DESKS, KTC, TYPEWRITERS, KTC. SAFM, CASH REGISTERS SCHOOLS. COLLKOK8, BTC. DRESSMAKING, MILLINERY, KTC. RKFRIQRRATORS, BTC. To insure insertion in merits under the following cilice not later than Friday MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS AND TRAVEL YACHTS, BOATS, KTC. FURNITURB, BTC. FARM ANO GARDEN POULTRY, PIOKONS, KTC. Want and Classified advts other than the above must be in the Globe ofllee before 1:30 p. rn. on Saturday, We cannot guarantee the prober classification of advts ordered on Saturday. English Proposal to Limit Still More Not Favored Japanese Will Ask For Larger Ratio Than 60 Percent M’KAY OFFERED $25, NURSE SAYS PROMINENT MEN ACCUSED BY SUFFOLK GRAND JURY Mrs Beaman Asks $5000 in Breach of Promise Suit Found He Was Married After Betrothal, She States Asserts Woman in His Home Attacked Her Testimony that Charles R. McKay of 31 Thurston st, Somerville, won her promise to marry him, and later, when she had discovered he was already married, attempted to soothe her damaged feelings with an offer of $25, was made by Mrs Catherine T. Beaman, 36-year-old trained nurse of 12 Florence st, Maiden, during the trial of her $5000 breach of promise suit against McKay, which was started yesterday afternoon before Judge Morton and a Jury in the Superior Civil Court, East Cambridge. Mrs Beaman testified that she first met McKay in July, 1918, when he called at a house in Somerville where she was staying. The witness said that on that occasion he invited her to an automobile party, telling her that, for an escort, she could have a married man, father of four children. Mrs Beaman testified that she refused this invitation. Mr McKay then started to call upon her regularly at places where she was employed as a nurse, she said. On one occasion she asked him who was the Mrs Nickerson, who lived at his home, and he replied that Mrs Continued on the Fourth Page. WASHINGTON, Nov 15, (By A. P.) —Formally accepting “in principle and spirit” the American proposals for reducing and limiting Naval armaments, Great Britain, France, Italy and Japan today pledged their adherence and began discussions of details. Japan wants more than the 60 percent as compared to the United States and Great Britain, which the original proposal would allow her. France and Italy want to be taken into consideration at the outset and not wait for disposal of the question as it affects the big three. Moreover, 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 comparable with what is being allowed the others. Great Britain, as previously outlined, wants the replacement program spread over a period of years rather than taken up at the end of a 10-year holiday, and she wants further reduction and definite limitations on submarines. ATTY GBN J. WESTON ALLEN. JUSTICE EDWARD P. PIERCE. ‘TVE JUST BEGUN TO fight:’ says allen Attorney General Cheered by Retail Merchants After Vigorous Speech Judge Pierce and Ulmer Are Charged With Conspiracy To Obstruct Justice Grows Out of Litigation Over Waban Rose Conservatories And Henry Woods’ Sons Co. Committee Takes Up Details After a session of little more than an hour, the conference, after hearing addresses of general acceptance by Arthur J. Balfour, for the British; Admiral Baron Kato, for Japan; Senator Schanzer, for Italy, and Premier Briand, for France, adjourned to meet again on the call of Secretary Hughes, and the newly appointed committee on naval armament went into secret session. The result of the latter meeting was a decision to refer the matter of naval limitation to a committee ARREST SPOILS EUROPEAN TRIP Chapman of Boston Held in Bond Theft Case Continued on the Tenth Page. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page 3. Conferees on National tax bill agree on Excise and Soft-Drink taxes. Red Cross rollcall Pa** 4. “Good Fellowship Club” of Jordan Marsh Company entertains with big oounty fair. Page S, City Council adopts order for purchase of Sears-st site for new polico station. “La Traviata’’ sung here, with Clara Loring in the role of Violetta. Attempt to pick pocket of East Boston man on train out of Springfield results In two arrests. Page 6. Murphy declines Curley’s challenge; O'Connor charges forgery: Curley says Peletier must not quit. under fire; Pelletier denies he will withdraw. Registration places in each ward will open for last six days tomorrow. Interned Cork, Ire, Alderman shot dead. Page 7. Jesse Guilford and Francis D, Ouimet tendered a dinner by the Woodland Golf Club. Notices of wage outs and requests for conferences sent out by railroads all over the country. Kennedy and R. Ii. White make clean sweeps in Retail Store League bowling matches. Rev Jones I. J. Corrigan, S. J,, attacks materialism. Pa** H. Unscheduled compliment paid Atty Gen Allen at meeting in the interests of a permanently endowed repertory theatre in Boston, Boston woman sues at Franklin, N II, for $10,000, alleging alienation of her husband's affections. Judge Jean Ii. Norris tells Boston Women’s Educational aud Industrial Union first aim of New York Domestic Court is to keep families Intact. Hearing In controversy over claim that Ipswich man owns beach. Marshal Foch awarded degrees at Univarsity of Pennsylvania and at Princeton. I’M** 9. Salvation Army Fund reaches $120,000. A. Frederick Currier of Weal Medford dias of cold In Maine woods. More Boston hunters bag deer In Mains, Zlgmund Ivan, South Boston, killed by fall from staging. Pa** 9. Harvard students vote for disarmament, “Open Door” in China and association of all Nations, after debate In the Union. Massachusetts Federation of Churches votes to .petition the Legislature for repeal of the 2.75 Percent Beer law. Port of Boston news. Png* IO. Lardner’s conference comment. Semiofficial Vatican organ urges conference at Washington to proceed along the lines laid down by Holy Hee In 1917. Asquith declares America's proposal offers practical prospect of deliverance from Intolerable burdens and says England read the offer “with unspeakable relief." Pm** ll. Words of the foreign delegates accepting America’s Naval armament limitation proposal. rags ta. Rev Anthony Soub*. O. F. M., dead. Lieut Gen Jacques, Belgian war hero, will visit Boston tomorrow. Vaudeville program at bater of Women’s Municipal League. Pa** 111. Southern Unionists oppose Ulster plan for irish settlement, Ensign Gunn acquitted by Charlestown court-martial. Pa** 14. “Bare Bones,’’ by Uncle Dud sy. "New Englanders in the Globe Spotlight," by M. U. Hennessy. “More Truth Than Poetry,” by James J. Montague. "Independent Old Age," by Dorothy Dix. Massachusetts S. I’. C. O. holds 43d annual meeting. Pa** IS. Duxbury Beach Coast Guard violently attacked. David A. Lourle sues estate of Lassor Agons for damages, because of failure of Agoos and others to carry out alleged agreement relative to disposition of the Siegel Building, so called, Movie Facts and Fancies. Paw* HL Eddie Shevlln bande Mike Morley a trouncing In their bout in Mechanio'e Building. Winthrop and Arlington High girls play to a 3-2 tie in field hookey. Mem bere of New England Fox Hunters’ Club bag two foxes near Winchendon. Accused of Disposing of Stolen Securities Los Angeles Loot Being Sought in This City NEW YORK. Nor 15—Bort R. Chapman, an automobile salesman of Last Boston, was arrested today as he was salting for Europe on the Aqultania, charged with disposing of securities. which were part of the loot of a mail truck hold-up in Los Angeles. March 3. The arrest was made by California postoffice inspectors who have been working on the case since June. The postoffice inspectors, George R-Cellar and Clarke E. Webster of the San Francisco district, said that Chapman had been under surveillance since he reserved accommodations on the Aquitanla several days ago. Securities Sold in Boston Securities valued at $10,000. alleged to be part of the loot from the Los Angeles holdup, were traced to him. the inspectors said. Half were bonds of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad and half foreign securities. The latter it was added, were recovered while the sale of the former through a Boston concern drew suspicion to Chapman. While the robbery occurred March 3, it was not until June 14 that the securities appeared In Boston. How they were transported across the country is a mystery, the inspectors added, as no trace can be obtained of them going through the mail. Full detaiU of the evidence against Continued on tie Twelfth Pa**. “This is the first meal I have ever eaten as an indicted man. But I wish to state emphatically that I am proud of all those things that have led up to the events of today, and I am proud of the enemies I have made.” Atty Gen J. Weston Allen, who was yesterday indicted for larceny by the Grand Jury of Suffolk County, began his speech to the Massachusetts Retail Merchants’ Association in Young’s Hotel last night with the paragraph quoted above, and the merchants responded by leaping to their feet as one man and cheering I him to the echo. They cheered the Attorney General at frequent intervals during the course of his address, 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 General. My reply to that is that I have just begun to fight.” And laughter mingled with the cheers when, at another point in his Impassioned address, Mr Allen said: “Sometimes I have wished that I had some Irish in me, and never more than tonight.” Thoroughly Aroused It was obvious to ail who listened to Mr Allen's speech last night that the events of yesterday have thoroughly aroused him from his usual calm. And it was equally obvious that the indictment has drawn sparks of fire from the man whom many believed could never be aroused to anger, at least in his official capacity as Attorney General. Throughout his speech his gestures were vigorous and emphatic, and on ono or two occasions the dishes rattled as his fist crashed down upon the table. He was fighting mad. During the entire course of his speech Mr Allen carefully refrained from mentioning names, but to those who are familiar with the legal battle that has! been waged In Massachusetts during tho; past months it was perfectly plain whom: he referred to from time to tim--. His subject was “The Business Man's Continued on the Twelfth Pave. ULMER ARRAIGNED, JUDGE PIERCE ILL Judge Edward P. Pierce of the Supreme Judicial Court and W. Edwin Ulmer, an attorney, have been indicted by the Suffolk County Grand Jury in two counts, charging them with conspiracy to obstruct the administration of justice. In one count, it is charged, they conspired to prevent Mary E. Hand, Henry Wood and Blanche A. Leger, the three children and heirs of Edmund M. Wood, from securing certain stock of the Waban Rose Conservatories and the Henry Wood’s Sons Company, and further that the defendant Ulmer should “fraudulently and unlawfully procure” the unrestricted voting power of the stock and control the companies for his own use and benefit. The second count charges that they conspired to obstruct the administration of justice by causing, procuring and inciting Charles S. Hill as special master in two suits in equity, to which the three heirs and Ulmer were parties, to file with the Supreme Court findings contrary to the facts as found by Hill. The Indictment was returned in the Superior Criminal Court before Judge Irwin. Cist Atty Pelletier presented evidence Wednesday of last week and concluded the Investigation yesterday forenoon. Not Formally Arrested Sergt William J. Carey, attached Continued on th* Second Page. THE WEATHER B—j—Forecast for Boston |f\ ll J anc! Vicinity: Wed-ksKll I nesday fair; Thursday ; a1 unsettled and warm-1 —ML .‘HUN <( ll «,r probably followed I by rain; moderate va-1 riable winds, becom- ; lng east and southeast. A'* JI    Washington    forecast ! for Northern New England:    Fair    Wed nesday; Thursday cloudy and warmer, probably snow or rain. For Southern New England and Eastern New York-Fair Wednesday: Thursday cloudy and warmer, probably rain. Globe'.s Forecast—Thursday unsettled and warmer, probably followed by ruin; Friday clearing and somewhat cooler; fresh easterly winds, becoming northwest Friday ALLEN SAID TO HAVE KEPT CLIENT’S MONEK Atty Gen J, Weston Allen was dieted by the Suffolk County Gras Jury yesterday, In three conn ti charging him with, larceny. The indictment was returned ii the Superior Criminal Court yester day before Judge Irwin. One coun charged him with larceny on Aug lf 1917, of $155.49 from Nellie T. Bed now the wife of Charles H. Olsen an officer on one of the Nantasks boats. The second count charges bin Continued on the Second Page. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Pn*e XU. Brighton High defeats Hyde Park High In the Boston District League. 13-7; other Behoot football results. Freshmen win Tufts tivid-day honors- Pa** IT. Figures give Yale an apparent edge for Saturday's game. Dartmouth denies Bankart is to succeed Cannoli as football coach. Harvard has long practice session in tho Stadium. Boston College has secret practice for Georgetown game. Interest keen in the Dartmouth '26-Dean game Friday at Fenway Park. Willie Hoppe defeats Cont!, IOO to 188, in championship billiards tournament. Pa** IS. Financial newa. Pa** ID. City Council to give hearing today on bid for garbage disposal. Financial and commercial TODAY'S GLOBE CONTENTS Pa** 19. Schooner olntram aground in tucket Sound. Pa** DO. Household Department. "Diana tho Hunted,” by Klisi York Miller. “A, One-Man Woman,'' by Haxel Veyo Batchelor. I'm** £4. r General Nan uet!) The Temperature Yesterday at Thompson's Spa—3 a rn, 38: 6 a rn. 39; ii a rn, 44; I-’ in, 50; 3 p in, 63; 6 p rn, 47; 9 p m. 43; i 12 mid, 41. Average temperature yesterday, 44 11-24. Temperatures ut 8 Last Night—San Francisco. 56; Williston, 26; St Paul, 3«; St Louis, 62: Chicago, 42; Nantucket, 44; Portland, 36; Eastport, 32; New York, 44; Washington. 44. Precipitation in Boston, 34 hours to 8 p rn, .20. “Right Goods at Right Prices” WINTER-KEEPING POTATOES, 120-lb.    ^J- sack ............. Vivo Now arriving from the same shippers as last year. These are Central Maine Potatoes, of medium size and excellent cooking qualities. It Is prudent to order now. SWEET POTATOES, 25q SUNSHINE RAISIN COOKIES, pkg..... The latest product of the Loose-Wiles Co. This is a delicious cracker, crisp — cakey — abundantly filled with raisins. CORONATION A rich, full-bodied Coffee, perfectly roasted, always fresh from the roasting machines. INCOMPARABLE. COON CHEESE, Rich, tasty and sharp. Now on Sale SUNSWEET PRUNES 22c In Tins (I lh., 4-oz.) California raised. Nature-flavored. Cooked, ready for^ use. Cobb, Bates & Yerxa Co. 20c 42c By J E CONANT & Co OFFICE LOWELL MASSACHUSETTS Auctioneer Hays id YOC Poston sales tux. Pelletier again urges p hearing on removal and dish tit Ions till after municipal et Inspector Silas V. Waite tt ton Pellce Depart hu nt next take position with State Dei Public Utilities. Harvard mien linty bail for Peru today Civil Service Commissioner won't ast Attorney General to act against Cam poneiuent of ibarment pe-deetion. to leave iios-Frlday to rtment of WITHIN THE REACH OF MANY Set forth in catalogue form by detailed statement in word and by el plan and by half-tone picture Is a very desirable unci very well establlal complete box shop plant In full and successful operation upon its own r power privilege with profitable order* in hand and located In Wilton In New Hampshire. The plant Ie Dose*seed of it* own sour trank    ... rlvilege with profltab nature. The plant Is p of the Huston & Maine tiallroud tonne lls organization la complot ha* been there three years; drawn trucks; and wit >d by t coun' ry exception ut us own t manta demand. Tho sale ated the plant until the < in hie will by the execute ta to be sold ar hrlda I’ltv aud I tor catalo unit > win) t of the an urn I bout i f apili-cr 11121 hundr ti with ft Ion the 1 ti i men nd Iw atogue I. tv bv ty of his thereof. I going c id flee ti d of its own spur frau— .... .. ting Boston and Montreal wltl ; every employee at the plan the plant la poaaeaaed of Its o ail the flrst-clawe labor at death in July lost of Mr. I - and since then opt.rated B. O. 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