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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 2, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                1 v I XThe Globe Wishes Yoii A Happy and Prosperous New Year VOL LXXXVtttfO 2 OCLOCK Evening Edition LATEST Jessie Maearow Victim Of Heart OFFICER GIVING INFORNfiW TO UUMMANDER V1 Had Been a Resident of Newton for Past Three Miss Jeqsle aged for the six years a companion to Miss Mary Morton of S5 Dudley a daughter of the late Lev fonner Vice President of United died suddenly In the Back Bay Ptation shortly before 10 oclock this This afternoon Medical Bx Leary declared that she was a victim 1 Miss Macarow was jdirig to take the 10 oclock train for New from theBack Bay station with Miss was lat ter Was to New visit1 MrsrJaBeph accoidin to tne gathered at Newton Miss Macarow and Miss Morton Tiad living in the Oak Hill District of for the pastthree Rev ISlwood Worcesterof this a friend of the said that her home was in and that her family was Her father or Is at tlie minister a prominent Jurist in She had riot been complaining ill so her death was a great shock to her She was held in high esteeni by the friends and acquaintances In this city and The engagement has just been nounced of Edwin Rtley and Miss Annie daughter ofMr and Mrs James Coveney of South Bostoni Mr Riley is the wellknown secretary of the Boston American League baseball team and great personal friend of the 1 Miss Coveney Is a very accomplished young Shei is prominent art SINMMERS Wlit PLUNGE INTO OCEAN AT REVERE hardy mers haveplanned to take a midWinter I at Revere Beach tomorrow afterj noon on ft wageras to which can rei main in the water Waldo j in the ofedarfjhls will Bead thfe pffrtV The donteBtants declared themselves ih oh the stiint are John Pray Sr of who Is 66 years Josephine Carroll of Brenhanof John Fitz gerald of Prank Walsh and Arthur Moriarty of They plan their plunge about 2 WILLFIGHTTO BITTER END Counsel for Gerry Brown So TAILBOARD DELIVERY CASES ARE DECIDED Jan 3The Interstate Commerce Commission held today that for delivery of freight at terminals of railways in New Philadelphia and are reason able and hot unjustly The cases decided were those Involv ing popularityis known as tall board delivery of freight the particularly of less than a cai freight in warehouses so that it at times may be easily ac cessible to The cases were long and bitterly Neighbors What is the scientiflc name of the small creature who is ruining your fruit this year asked Mrs It has no scientiflc replied Mrs But It is vulgarly known as Jimmy Washington IMMIGRATION BILL Congress May Pass It Over Presidents Indication That Literacy Test Will Be Adopted by Jan more months the present session remain witri reconvening of Con gress today in which to complete the legislative program With theholiday season over mem bers Of the House and Senateare tling upon big supply measures and the Administration The House far advanced with the but in the Senate little progress has been Having passed Itsrourthsupply the House today of the Indian appropriation ln Congress today cen V Immlgratlon b111 Pending nae were that 8 e 11 y o up I Estafe through the Be sure to oraer for tomor rows Gfobe at the earliest possible I ELABORATE iTABLEdHOTE SUNDAY DINNER be served in Main Dining Iloom iwu S HI A A Cafe from lliOO Pill to 0 SOUVENIR to EVERY LADY PLA N KE D IlifgKEirSlTSO tue JAPANESE GARDENS Hnyniarkct 8880 ifirt a Savings Account Exchange Trust 21 Milk Boyliton Open Until 8 J 14 i THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its tonight Sunday fair and cold er jmoderate westerly For Southern New England Snow to nlght Sunday general ly i f muph colder fresh south to west For Northerh New England Snow to night colder In Ver mont and New Hamp Sunday faltv ev local snows and coider in Hast Fresh southeast to southwest 8 am 8 N 18 Vt 22 New 26 Wash 28 40 14 4 Highland 10 4 8 a inches 24 high est 20 22 73 pernent wind cloudy precipitation last 24 hours The Temperature temperature at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as 8 6 am 9 18m 1 p 2 p 3 p m 101 r 2i 3 35 35 36 MANS TORSO IN TWO BURLAP BAGS Madeiby Boy on Coney Island Police Search for Head and Other Parts of the Gov Walsh Is Not to Appoint Successor to British SMkoB MAKING LOAN TO ARGENTINA American Bankers to Advance City of TO KOB STANFORTH Attack Chelsea Man Early Today in Daniel Lewis of Roxbury and Ed ward Wallace of Revere Jan early today of the of the human body night imbedded in oe a marsh near Coney Island led the police to believe it was that of a torso was wrapped two burlap bags and patrolmen and detectives searched night in the Long Island meadow where the two bundles were j tound in the hope of locating the ing head and parts of thebody so thaf of the supposedly mur dered man might be discovery of the bags was made by a boy who was passing near the The boy led a detective to the wno ripped open the exposed top of 6no of the It the of ituman from which the arms haa been Lower of the torso were in the second i GREEK PRIEST IN CLEVELAND SUFFOCATED Jan 2TRev Stephen aged pastor of St Johns Greek Catholic avand East 22d and his Mrs were suffocated early fire destroyed the parish directly at the rear of the Police believe the flre was of incendiary Rev Mr Makara was found dead In his bed when firemen finally fought their way through the which had gainntl much headway before an alarm was turned The housekeeper was lying in the hallway near Mr Mn karas where she Is belleVed to have overcome while hastening to arouse the priest Rev Makara came here fronvPhil adelphia years Mrs Fedor had been his housekeeper only since Tues Police today learned that on Nov 19 Hev Mr Makara was assaulted by two and that he was released from a hospital only a few days Those two according to the boat the priest with clubs and robbed him of 147 And his citizenship The attack took place Jn front of the parish That the men who at tacked priest robbed him to conceal the real motive of the attack Is the be lief of the MEN CLAIM SAN LUIS POTOSI TAKEN Jan 2Capcure 01 San by Carranza forces reported In advices today from Qal to the Carranza agency whichsaid Semiofficial by wireless from Tarnplco say that forces under Gen Jose Itobelo entered San Luis Pptosl yester day after a sanguinary Gen Rubelo belongs to the command of Gen Pablp who yesterday also drove the rebelti from Rodriguez eitst tI Sau Luis Capt Miles of the Carranza Aviation Corps and Mayor Its fly IrijB a French monoplane yesterday apoVe the battle reported Gar ranza troops as far west as which Is 80 miles east oC Mexico large numbers of rebels stllli are doggedly resisting the advance at Obregons The movementv on PiUebla from Amozoo nas been oam pleted and the actual bombardnvenBhs expected to begin In the John Starkey early this morning arrested Daniel aged of Oscar and Edward aged of The charge against them is attempted larceny and assaulting Joseph Stanforth of 1C2 Clark Stanforth was awaiting fora car at Wlnthrop and Campbell avs at this morning when two young men suddenly stepped up and struck him a knocking They searched his pockets whileStanforthscroamed for The two highwaymen when they saw that the cries had been A park officer chased but was unable to catch the Offi cer Starkey arrested Lewis and Wal lace two hours The police sky they Know Wallace quite well and that only lately he came from the Lyrrian FREIGHT TRAINS 35 CARS OF FLOUR BURNED N Jan 2Thirtynve loaded cars were destroyed by fire in a collision between an Erie Railroad freight train and a NicW Plate Hall traln at a crossover at Blasdell Ca5s loadea with bagged was estlmated at Henry Midland of con DEAD AT 60 Jan 2William for many years a loader in the organized labor movement in Worces ter as a representative of the station ary and known throughout the State frorrThis attendance at many conventions of the died yester day in his home at 2 Chrome He was 60 years Mr Brady nati served as president and business agent of the Worcester Union of Stationary SOLDIERSHOME HEAD MUST GO Jan Rich the National Soldiers has been asked to He had no intimation that such a move was contemplated arid la notinclined to ac cept the situation very say I was Gen Riohardo as I had not sup posed there was any politics In this position which I there anouict and I think It is first time within my recollection that politics has figured In the selection of ofncialB for soldiers I Iwve always been n and I pre sume that politics Is at bottom of this I have been governor ofthe home for 10 and was appointed when Gen a was president of the board of There have the contfot or affairs at the Togus said that JmJge WUliara Hur ley of Rockland may be teleoted to SUQ ceod Qen Wants Department Under Board of That ot small was yeeteFday lefnoved from o5tflce by with the proval of the TSxecutlve can dis prove all the specific charges brought against him and will fight the matter to the bitter is the statement triade today by tils Mr Brown himself succeeded In dodg ing the newspapermen during the morn although he was linderstood to be about the city arranging his affairs arid preparing for a fight to his Innocence of the charges His counsel was authorized to speak tor That Mr Browns removal from office came as a great surprise to Mr Rowley and their friends from lawyer Rowleys attitude in dis cussing the matter this Mr Rowley accused Gov Walsh the Council of gross unfairness In allowing procedure against Mr Brown without first stating to him the specific against him and making known the names of his He cited a clause in the Constitution of Massachusetts which guarantees to every citizen the right to be heard in refutation of of fenses with which he is The first step toward defense will be to ask the Legislature for an Investiga tion of the conduct of affairs the supervisors office and of the proceed ings for his He particularly Mr that the stenographic report of the proceedings before Governor and Council be produced and read at a public hearing of a Legislative Whether any step beyond that will be taken Mr Rowley would not He had not conferred with Mr Brown after reading and yes terday when they they did not expect The action of the Governor then was a great Had Not Seen I had hot seen or heard of tlie charges against Supervisor Brown until read the morning Globe at said Mr nor have t had to make a careful study of I can not discuss them seriatim since t have had no talk with Mr but I am prepared to say that he can refute all the charges brought against him and can explain away each one lo tlie satis faction of all fairminded Mr Brown took up a new office under a new and naturally that office must pass through fire in order to reach I guess this is the but it Isnt all burned His accounts are In proper shape and all records are Of course I should have liked to have the opportunity to read the charges and to have appeared before the Governor and Council and present evidence to meet and disprove every allegation upon Mr administrative policy and man This is the first time in the quarter of a century that I have been In close touch with legal affairs that I have seen a man removed on charges without having those charges and the names of lils accusers furnished openly and an opportunity afforded him of meeting his accusers face to In criminal prosecutions these rights are guaranteed by the sense of Indicates that any per son accused before any public officer having power to remove or punish should let the meet his ac cusers and refute the charges if he The Governor and Council have been unjust and Reads Bill of He Reachedacross his desk and draw ing forth a heavy volume read section the Bill of relating to citi zens offense which pro every subject the right to pre sent his accusers or witnesses to Mr Rowley paUed attention to the fact that Mr Browntook the work of a new office three and declared that hehas done as well as any man could have done and has been abso lutely and has given his whole time and en ergy to the even depriving him self of vacations to which lid was en Mr Rowley was asked he would re ply to any of the charges as he has been in close touch with the affairs of acting as counsel for Mr Brown In such He re plied as to that which declares he has not made I can say that the prosecutions which the Super visor of Loan Agencies has instituted Continued TJiIrd BWLL1IS AGAIN SEIZED Belgrade Shelled TORPEDOED OFF PORTSMOUTH N Jan was received here today thattheAmeri can tank whose ar restby a British cruiser and deten tion at Halifax last October the cause of diplomatic correspondence between the United States andGreat resulting in the steamers re lease again had been intercepted off the coast of Scotland and taken into Maritime records show the Brindillaleft on or about Nov reported as iiassing Dec She at St to take a cargo of from1 a German steamer on Dec and was reported as leav ing St Michaels Dec In St Michaels the Brin dilla cleared for The first off New York last resulted in a vigorous protest by her owners to the State Department of the United States At time the Brindilla had aboard a cargo of oil and was bound ostensibly for A British cruiser convoyed her to this Acting upon the Standard Oil Com panys the State Department Washington made representations to the British Government which re sulted in the Brindillas release after she had been detained at Halifax for about a The vessel left Halifax on Oct 31 last and continued the voyage without further She had not been in home waters BRINDILLA TO BE PROMPTLY RELEASED Jan State Department learned today that steamship after her seizure off the coast of was taken to Brest and representations to the British Unofficial assurances have been re ceived that the vessel will be prompt It developed today that another Standard Oil the also was seized by the British cruis ers with a cargo of but already had been The department made it clear that she also was of American The on her first carried a cargo of illuminating which Government con tended was being used for operation of air 9 The Question of her transfer from German to American was in volved in the first and Great apparently satisfied of her tbe Third Jan British battle ship sank in the English Channel Friday morning with the greater part of her was torpedoed off by a German according to a report current in ABOUT 150 RESCUED IN RAGING SEAS Jan British bat tleship which was tor pedoed by a German submarine in the English Channel early yesterday carried down hundreds of her It is known 160 men have been Several boats were launched in spite of the severe storm which had raised the waves 30 feet In such a sea some of the sur vivors kept afloat nearly 12 hours before their The Daily Chronicle states that survivors of the Formidable report the vessel was torpedoed both fore and The crew hardly time jto The Chronicles Brixham corre says the captain of the trawler which rescued 70 survivors who had escaped in a states that other lishing boats were close at The captain ex presses the belief thnt other survi vors have and taken to He saw no other boats belonging to the Rescued in Dangerous The rescue was effected dan gerous and exciting The crew of the trawler were amazed while running before the gale for shelter to find a small open boat driv ing under their through mountain ous with an oar hoisted bearing a sailors After strenuous efforts those on the trawler succeeded in getting a rope to the cutter and brought her with great skill to berth at their The naval men began to jump but even thenthere was Dan ger of losing as the seas were 30 feet After half an hours all were safe ly One lad of 19 was so exhausted by exposure that he required immediate treatment to save his When all had left the cutter her rope was as she was full of having a hole under her hull which had been stuffed with pair of of which one man had divested himself for the Some of the res cued men had no trousers and these were cared for in the warm engine Continued an the SUth New Boston and Tte Other Cities Six Gold Notes for to Be The first piece of SoutK American financing that has arisen since the European war started Is a loan to the Argentine Republic of just engaged to bb made by representative banking interests of New Philadelphia and A banking syndicate In the near will make this loan which will be in the form of twoyear and threeyear gold bearing 6 percent The Globe is not for reasons of to state at this time just what banks will participate in the but in view of the significance of the loan it can readily be seen that the ac tion Is Important and almost certainly it is the beginning of more intlmato international Banking relatiois with the leading republics In South lu other an important banking which up to the present time has been pretty well preempted by Great Britain and Germany will now be shared by the United The details of this banking enterprise will be made public and it will then be seen how important event is at It is pleasing to note that Boston participates In the and it is easy see that past efforts made by the Boston Chamber of Commerce and various Boston bankers to get into touch with the continent to the south of us are beginning to have There is no reason why this country should not have closer trade relations with all the leading republics of South Europe just nowis engagedin serious war and needs mrney for its own and so this Is the accented time for the United States to get The loan la not a large that it is only ordi nary but it was secured by the syndicate of American bankers In com petition with financiers of Great and In ordinary times the loan probably would have gone to The Globe will have more complete details of the financing on PUT UP COMMISSION The State House Builains Commission was today officially informed that tho matter of future employment of Ralph engaged to arrange the space occupancy of the now wings of the State rests squarely with the commission The commission Is given full authority to continue hit employment under such written contract as the commission may make and which they deem to be sufficient protection to the Commonwealth or to discontinue Mr BILL FOR ELECTRIFYING UNION FREIGHT RAILWAY Representative Edward Morris of Boston filed this morning with tlis clerk of the Houae a petition signed U iUium Doyle of Bust which reads as foljows It shall be the duty of the Union Freight Railway Company to cloctrlty its railway in the city of Boston within such time and in such manner an shall be determined by the Public Service but the said olectrlncatlou shall be completed within Imonths utter the passage of this and there fore the said railwuj ahull be operated solely by Boarders Wanted Rooms To Let Use the Order your Sunday Globe advta   

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