Boston Daily Globe, December 14, 1922

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December 14, 1922

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 14, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts Holiday Purchases Patronize Globe advertisers. Read the advts in today’s Globe. Use the Globe’s Want and Classified columns to get the best results. Sire Boston flailn (globe Christmas Shopping Do it early. Save money by patronizing Globe advertisers. Read the Store advertisements in today’s Globe. Read Uncle Dudley today. VOL CII SO. 167 Entered as second class matter at Boston, Mass., under the act of March 3, 1879. BOSTON, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1922—TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES (2) COPYRIGHT. 1823. BY THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER CO. TWO CENTS ASKS HARDING FOR NEW ARMS PARLEY House Committee Fears D. S. Must Renew Naval Building Race Points to Foreign Programs in Light Ships and Submarines REDUCING RAILROAD TIES TO AIM FIREWOOD FOR NEEDY POOR Workmen Sawing and Splitting 1800 in Municipal Yard at Franklin Park to Heat Homes in Boston WASHINGTON. Dec 13 (By A. P.) ‘—Blunt notice that the United States cannot avoid a new Naval program in swift cruisers and fleet submarines unless treaty limitations are extended to such craft, was served by the House Appropriations Committee today in leporting the $293,-806,538 Naval Appropriation bill. A six-line provision, placed in the bill by the committee, requested President Harding to negotiate with Great Britain. France, Japan and Italy for such an extension of the treaty, limitation of aircraft to be included. The committee report said large cruiser and submarine programs! were planned abroad, adding: “In other words, competition is j on again in the single direction to! which the unratified agreement (the I Washington Naval Treaty) does not extend, and if it be allowed to go on unchecked, the purse-strings again must be relaxed and this Government, like all others, will be constrained to launch a new program to the extent necessary to keep us at least abreast of any of the other Powers.” Harding Not Consulted President Harding was not consulted by the committee with relation to its limitation conference request. The pro- C'on tinned on the Tenth Page. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page I. American League moves to reduce home-run hitting. House Appropriations Committee, in reporting Naval Bill, asks President to call another arms conference, saying United States must enter new building race, unless cruisers and submarines are limited. City workmen reducing 4800 railroad ties to firewood for needy poor of Boston. State Fuel Administrator Phelan charges Philadelphia & Reading holds back its proper quota of anthracite shipments to New England, and calls on Senators Lodge and Walsh to lay matter before Interstate Commerce Commission. Elevator girl helps fight fire on eighth floor of Blake Building. Trial of five men for Herrin murders Is opened. Building on campus of Assumption [Academy- in Wellesley burns. City shuts off water from 15 families on Ferndale st, Dorchester, Page S. Investment bankers urged by John A. Prescott, their president, to guard business ethics: association’s campaign to notify public Victory Notes must be precented tomorrow or interest will be lost. Senator Lodge offers a Constitutional amendment empowering Congress to regulate child and women’s labor. Mayors of Haverhill, Gloucester ur.d Marlboro give ideas on taxation before Special Stale Commission. Pa B«‘ I. Flank E. Sweetser appointed receiver of Intercity Trust after lively Hearing on bankruptcy petition. P«ai® 5. Police testify that A. J. Millett, posing as cement salesman, hgd liquor instead. Frank S. Hamilton witness in divorce suit, says wife hit him with stick of fn ewood. Taunton dentist found unconscious in gas-filled room. Hee your newsdealer or newsboy and place a ley alar order for the Daily and Sunday Globe. Head. the store advts in today's Globe. Builtin, Mtn’i Lunch, Noon to ?:JO. Dinner 6 t. ft p. Ut, T Bomi*!Mliiii.Stony Hol'nm or4 \o    Orchestra the Origin.! topic    Dancing Bai; Player ant Mr ha imperial Marimba Band ' telephone Haymarket 4740 RATHSKELLER Richdole) hod Remember 11 RICHDALE GASOLINE is all Road Tested TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page ti. Senate debates Subsidy bill four hours, i Seven coal sellers summonsed into! Roxbury Court in short weight and; false scales case. Daughter of John T. Brunen, slain! showman, testifies that Mrs Brunen j gave hint husband was to be killed. ; Page 7. Near East Relief tells present location j of workers. Finance Commission report on syna- 1 gogue purchase will be ready this week. ! Suit for $15,000 filed by trustee of International Service Corporation against Harry E. Levenson, Nathan A Tufts and others, alleging extortion. ^ Christmas seals on sale in eight hotels. Page S. Mrs Gerould denies husband’s charge in Salem divorce trial. Scenes of disorder in British House of Commons over Labor members’ defiant demand Aor further measures to relieve unemployment. Cutters watching two suspected rum-j running schooners off shore. Harrold seniors elect George Owen j first mc rahal. Page I*. Three private,; in Fire Department I promoted to acting lieutenants. Police claim to have found source of ! . poison liquor In Hyde Park. i C. B. Baldwin elected president of tho J : Traffic Club of New England. ; Bill introduced in State Senate pro- | I viding for State Automobile Insurance j I Department and compulsory liability j insurance for automobile owners. j Page IO. Executive Council receives Gov Cox’ I nomination of members of the new I Commission on Administration and Finance. Page ll. Theophilus King of Quincy celebrates "8th birthday by adding $75,000 to King Family Fund. Itch Cross gives priority to relieving needs af disabled soldiers. Plan for united control of Army and Navy is laid before President. News of the water front. I’llgC I rn. Executions in Russia totalled 1,766,118 in SO-mon th period. J resident Bruni of Uruguay and rr Herrera fight duel; neither wounded. Nine little girls from Long Island Hospital make a trip to town to sec Santa Claus. Angelo Patri, New York school principal. addresses Unitarian Club. I’nge lit. Senate subcommittee votes unanimously to recommend confirmation of Pierce Butler Ex-banker, who made good while being sought by Federal officials for eight years, given minimum prison term. William .Tared Clark, prominent in electrical industry, dies in New York. Page 14. William J. Burns, testifying at Daughertv impeachment hearing, says Gompers bae “hounded him” since the McNamara case. Striking Chinese sailors from Providence may be brought to Boston by immigration officials. AT REDUCTION OF HOME RON SWATS American League Magnates in Favor of Zoning System in Attempt to Check Slugging Carnivals ELEVATOR GIRL IN FIGHT AGAINST FIRE Committee to Draw Rule Men Help Check Blaze on Eighth J Floor of Blake Bldg—Window Crashes Into Washington St SAWING AND SPLITTING RAILROAD TIES AT THE CITY YARD AT FRANKLIN PARK, FOR DISTRIBUTION TO NEED Y POOR OF BOSTON. Four workmen of tile Park and Recreation Department, armed with machine sows and axes. started yesterday afternoon on the task of reducing tjfiO railroad ties to firewood, to be distributed to Boston's needy boor. The first afternoon’s woik made quite a hole in titer huge pflo of ties, anc] the workmen say “a couple of days will make this pile look-sick.” Tile work is being done at the Franklin Park yard of tile Park and Recreation Department. The whine of the saws and the thudding of the axes, music to the ears of fuelless citizens, attracted a large crowd to tho scene. The work was dom- under direct charge of Charges Hogan of the Park Department. For a time the work was delayed by the amount of sediment In the wood, cs a result of which the saws frequently were slopped. However, after the men got the knack of overcoming this difficulty the work proceeded merrily. The ties were cut into stove lengths— 12 inches long, and chunks wore spilt once lengthwise. The system under which the kindling will be distributed has not been deter, mined. HERRIN MURDER WELLESLEY FIRE TRIALS OPENED ROUTS STUDENTS Five Accused of Share in line Massacre Assumption Academy Is Scene This Time Stats Attorney Says Victims I Blaze the Third in Two Weeks Were Promised Safety 15 FAMILIES WITHOUT WATER City Shuts It Off for Unpaid Taxes Discovering a fire on the eighth floor of tile Blake Building at Washington st and Temple pl about 5:30 last night. Miss Lena Hamlin, 20-year-old elevator girl, seined a fire extinguisher in the corridor and with the assistance of others held the fire in check until the arrival of fire apparatus in response to an alarm. The fire was In the establishment of Maurice Cohen & Co, wholesale jewelry. The fire occurred at a time when thousands of persons .were passing the Washlngton-st side of the building and several narrowly escaped injury when a plate glass window fell to the street as a result of-the intense heat, Fragments of the glass crashed onto the sidewalk and street and there was a rush for doorways and other places of safety. Miss Hamlin, who lives at 1692 Washington st. South End, was passing by the eighth floor in her car when she saw the reflection of the flames inside the jewelry store. She stopped the car and, grasping an extinguisher, broke un ureal; to Start April IR Will Aid Disabled Players Continued on tb® Twelfth Page. THE WEATHER mFER! Defense Counsel Assails Chamber of Commerce MATHON, Til, Dec fit (By A. P.)—The completion by the prosecution and defense of their statements to the Jury and the introduction of the testimony of the firm three witnesses for the Stale marked the opening today of tile trial of five men charged with murder in connection with the Herrin mine killings. Among the spectators who crowded the Williamson County Courthouse were Frank Farrington, head of the Illinois mine workers, and Oral Garrison, secretary to John L. Lewis, president of the International Mine Workers, who took down tho proceedings in full. Beside Judge D. T. Hartwell sat tho jury of 12 men, in blue and khaki shirts, ll of them farmers and one a union miner. Among tho farmers are two exminers. Bolas Duty, State Attorney, repeated the history of the fatal Herrin not and outlined the testimony upon which on Campuses Us a Result Some Have to Ga Without Heat, Too Storage Building Burns at Loss of $300,0 Continued on the Tenth Page. Special Dispatch to the Globe WELLESLEY, Dec 14—Boy and girl students at the Academy of the Assumption. a select Catholic boarding school, were awakened and marched out of dormitories shortly after ll o’clock last evening when a fire on the academy grounds became threatening and firemen were almost powerless because of lack of water pressure. Tonight’s blaze was the third of unknown origin which has occurred on Wellesley campuses within the past two weeks. The fire ultimately burned Itself out in the building in which It started, an uninhabited building used for storing trunks. Tile damage was estimated at $3000. The sole pumping engine of the fire department is being repaired, and the department had to depend tonight on natural pressure from the hydrants. Continued on the Tenth Pa**. Supposed Owner Claims Property Is Sold Fifteen families on Ferndale st, Dorchester. were without water last night as a result of the action of the City Water Department in shutting off the! supply owing to the owners’ failure to pay the water rates. Tho houses—five three-deckers—aland in the name of Mrs L. Abramson of 78 Quint av. Allston, but she is said to have sold the property two days ago and asserts she is not responsible for the situation. The action of the city authorities has caused considerable hardship and suffering. The 16 families affected include more than 30 children. Home of them were without heat as well as water, because, unable to obtain coal for their furnaces, they were depending on kitchen ranges. As these have hot water tanks attached. They were forced to draw the fires to avoid explosions. Water for most pressing needs was Forecast for Boston and Vicinity:    Thurs day increasing' cloudiness and slightly warmer, followed by rain or isnow Thursday night ■and Friday; winds bc-.eoming East and ■Southeast and increasing by Thursday night. , Washington Forecast for Norther n New I England:    Fair    Thursday, followed by anew, Thursday night or Friday. Southern New England:    Increasing cloudiness and slightly warmer Thursday. followed by snow or rain, Thursday night and Friday. Globe's    Forecast—Friday unsettled, probably occasional light rain or snow; Saturday, fair and somewhat colder; moderate shifting winds. becoming Northwest. The Temperature Yesterday at Thompson’s Spa—3 a rn, 26; 6 a rn, 24; 9 a rn, 25; 12 rn. 28; 3 p rn, 32; 6 p rn, 32; 9 p in. 26; 12 mid, 24. Average temperature yesterday. 27 7-24. Temperatures at 8 Last Night—San Francisco. 52; Williston, 16; St Paul, 12; St Louts, 26; Chicago, 22; Nantucket, 24; Portland, 26; Eastport, IO; New York, 24; Washington, 28. LENA HAM LUN. Plucky Elevator carl Who Led Fight Against Fire. CALL ON FEDERAL HELP FOR COAL Phelan Charges Reading Holds Up Proper Quota Asks Lodge aud Walsh to Seek Interstate Commission Aid lated to Aflvisory Post By JAMES C. O’LEARY NEW YORK. Dec 13—Believing a reduction in the home run hitting which has marked the last two big league campaigns to be desirable, the American League magnates at their annual meeting in the Hotel Belmont thiE afternoon voted to have a committee determine on the standardization of home runs, which would Continued on tile Twelfth Pug*, Company Refuses to Send Cars, Says Administrator James J. Phelan, State emergency fuel administrator, addressed letters yester- j day to Senator Lodge and Senator I Walsh, asking them to place before the J Interstate Commerce Commission his : charges, made public yesterday for the | first time, that the Phl’adelphta & Read ! ing Railroad is responsible for holding up large shipments of anthracite coal to Massachusetts and other sections of Now England. According to Mr Phelan the road has for some weeks refused to allow its ears to be used to move coal into New England, asserting that New England railroads do not return its cars nor send Continued on the Sixth I’ngr. G-B Motor« •fury tv hare JLr® dimplmytni thio morviom alfa*!! Continued on the Tenth Page. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE? Advertise in the Daily and Sunday Globe During the l l months finding November 30 Hip Globe printed 1,489,769 lines of Automobile ami Accessory advertising, leading the 2d Boston paper, having Daily and Sunday editions, by 669,087 lines. Remember to order your Real Estate, Automobile, Business Chances advts for next Sunday’s Globe today. SUNDAY GLOBE ADVERTISERS—READ CAREFULLY To insure insertion in ments under the following office not later than Friday. MACHI'NIRV and tools MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS ANO TRAVEL YACHTS, BOATS. BTC. FURNITURE, ETC. FARM AND GARDEN POULTRY, PIGEONS, ETC. Want arid Classified ad be in the Globe office befop cannot guarantee the proper on Saturday. the Sunday Globe, advertise-duBsiflcalions must be in the SHOW CASES, DE6K8, ETC. TYPEWRITERS, ETC. SAFE8, CASH REGISTERS SCHOOLS. COLLEGES, ETC. DRESSMAKING, MILLINERY, KTC. REFRIGERATORS, ETC. vis other than the above must e I :30 p. in. on Saturday. We ■ classification of advts ordered TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Page 14. Aftpr plea of Ambassador Child ami warning from Marquis Curzon the Turks adopt more oounclliatory attitude; compromise on prohibition ot minorities expected. United States Senator Moses not sanguine of success for President Harding's proposed dry conference of Governors. Homerville woman fights off assailant. Pug® I A. Dail Elreann approves vote of £10,000 for support of Gov Gen Healy’s establishment at Viceregal Lodge, despite protest by Laborites. Snow expected to follow breaking of cold wave today.    / Boston's dancing receives "O K” of Licensing Board. State Orange gives sixth degree to 830 candidates. Page 10. “Children of History and Legend,” by Margaret Bell. Thru riillraans Huston to Florida Ka*1 and West Coast “Everglades Ltd. ’ daily. Atlantic Coast Line, 294 Washington St., Boston.—Advertisement. A quart cif cranberries will serve twelve persons. Makes the finest sauce for roast beef or steak. Buy Fatmor brand. — Advertisement. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Pa go 16. “Going It Blind.” by Uncle Dudley. “My Favorite Stories,” by Irvin S.Cobb. Atty Gen Allen calls conference of district attorneys to consider dry law enforcement and other Important matters. Pug® IT. Commercial news. Pug® IS. Harvard shuts out B. U. in hockey game at the Arena, 2-0. School hockey players get outdoo.-s for practice on the ice. Princeton beats Penn, 3-1, winning the Intercollegiate soccer title. True story of Hlki-Carpenter bout hushed up, Paris newspaper charges. Page ll). Four Armory A. A. bouts fail to go the limit. McGill University 'of Montreal on Yale football schedule for 1923. Dartmouth defeats Norwich in basket ball game, 58 to 7; other results. Bowling results. Three women Injured, one dangerously, j bv automobiles In Brighton, Pug® sn, Financial news. Page til. j Financial news. :    Pa    g®    aa. TODAY’S GLOBE CONTENTS Pug® ii2. Archbishop Funuisoni-Rlondi will be appointed Apostolic Delegate to the United States. State Registrar of Motor Vehicles Goodwin makes plea tor safe and sane coasting. I'lemenceau cheered as he leaves New York for France. Page 23. Radio news. Woman Miqvor of Fairport, O, pays visit to Boston. President assures Gov Cox he favors purchase of the Cape Cod Cunal. Pug® SI. Household Department. I “Treacherous l/ove,” by Barrett Wil-i loughby. I “Gypsy—Be Careful!” by .Mary Douglas. Page 25. j Household Department. Page 28. . Boston east only AS percent of the j registered vote; Jlafit iga i may ask re-i count. | Cross divorce libels of Merton R. and Harriet W. Routhworth on trial at East j Cambridge. j Radio fog signal lessens perils of sea. Unusual official tribute to the memory Every comfort. Outdoor sport. The Mayor boomed as next Governor at of John Wanamaker will mark funeral Carolina, Pinehurst, S. O.—Advt.    dinner    in    his honor by the K-13-21 Club, services today in Philadelphia. 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G-E Bettas Oiftee oiors A Product of GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY For Christmas Ribbon Candy Made only of sugar and absolutely pure extracts, with splendid workmanship. Nothing better or handsomer! Lh..30c Victoria Mixture Fancy hard candy with all we claim for our Ribbon Candy. Lb....................39c Queen Chocolates One of the biggest sellers. Lb....................49c imperial Chocolates If it were possible to make better chocolates, we would do so. Lh................90o Imperial Bonbons In endless flavors. Hand-made. Lb....................90c Baskets of Fruit $2.50 And Up .What can be more thoughtful or delightful as a gift? CIGARS CARMELITA, Full Value IO in box..........$1.00 EL PRO, Finest Clear Havana Made in Bond, per IOO, $9.60 to $24.00 Smokers’ Articles We are having a large sale on Smokers’ Articles, including Humidors, Ash Trays, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, etc., etc., at a reduction from normal prices of approximately 30%. These low prices on our Smokers* Articles will continue during the holidays. Boxes of Cigars and Smokers’ Articles delivered wherever parcel post goes free of carriage charges. Cobb, Bates Yerxa Co. & WILDEY SAVINGS BANK 62 BOYLSTON ST., BOSTON A .MUTUAL SAVINGS 3ANK Deposits Go on llnterest DEC. 15 Join Our 1923 CHRISTMAS CLUB M Bitty    fsr    Gata    lira Mort,agr ;

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