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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 5, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                Be sure to have your advts irrto Rooms Tfo Let Business For Sale More Help Wanted Advertise in the Evening Edition VOL LXXXVIINO TUESDAY JANUARY 1915HFOURTEEN PAGES PRICE ONE EVENING MEN 30 Miles From the Rhine FOR CURLEY SECURED ACTION ii it Tu V Not His Reply to Great Savings Matched by Coming of Big New FRENCH WON RACE UP A STEEP SLOPE not not This is the record of In these live short lines Mayor Curley today summed up his administration during the year just It was also intended as a further reply to the criti cism made before the City Council yes terday by KxMayor John But Mayor Curley did not rest with thoso few In view of what was offered yesterday by the exMayor as the latters solution of the problem of the the Immediate construction of live public buildings and the releasing of now tied up in the city Mayor Curley pre pared a statement giving in detail what been accomplished under him since he took ofllce in February of Creation In there was the cieation oC confidence and the development of a spirit oC between those men charged with the administra tion of public affairs nnd the men In This the Mayor considers one his greatest achievements in the There was the creation of the In dustrial throush which of new Industries were added to There was the saving of in the life of the new Kas and By doing away with middlemen in the purchase of supplies the city saved Private way streets have been accept ed lit H COBt Of through the efficiency of its A gain of almost copies per day in daily cir culation since Feb A substantial gain in Sunday circulation during the year To get your share of the trade of the best clientele in New advertise in the Daily and Sunday AB a want medium the Globe Is Rooms To Let Business For Sale Help Wanted Autos For Sale Advertise In the Health rate of any large city In the Fire Josses have been 1eduoed And the report The following statement enumerates In part only the achievements of Mayor Curleys admin istration for 1914 FALZONE TAKEN AT RTCHBURG Charged With Murder of Watches and Jewelry Found on the Alleged to Have Been Stolen From Cut Off and Annihilated German Force at Company of Chasseurs Asked For Permission to SENTIMENT IN CLAIMS BREACH Elizabeth Ryan of New ITALY FOR WAR Haven Is the Revived by Death of Lieut Industrial The Boston Industrial es tablished for the promotion of the busi ness life of our Justified Its crea tion with a record of largely of new in the six week subsequent to Its Contracts for street cover Ing a period of 10 years and subject to revision during the have been adopted at an saving to the tax payers of or a total of during the life of the The custom in vogue for many years of purchasing supplies In wholesale quantities at retail prices has been abandoned and the more ef honest and businesslike system of purchasing all goods required b various departments for an entire yeai under and the award in all cases to the lowest reputable Through the adoption of this favored middlemen and agents have been and a saving in excess of annually has been made pos Privateway usually quag mires in Winter and and dusty breeders of disease In Summer and have been accepted and laid out as public highways at a cost of In the interest of public more than has been expended on trunk sewers and openbrook sewers throughout the and downtown wooden sewers in use for more than half a century have been gradually dis placed by concrete and Lowest Death Rate in The lowest death rate In the history of Boston was achieved In and the lowest death rate per 1000 among the large cities of the and the endeavor during 1915 will be to improve even upon this Fire largely as a result of co operation by all departments and the motorization of the have seen reduced more than during Every public lodging house and pri vate hospital has been equipped with Continued on theFifth Jan Biagio alias Vilace aged 23 was arrested here this morning by Inspector Flaherty and two State charged with the murder Morris the Lawrence jewelry sales at on Dec Falzone was locked up at the Central Police while the officers re turned to the on Water where it is claimed he has been staying for sev eral to search the premises for Jewelry valued at which it is claimed was stolen from Albertson when was Falzone when searched at the Cen tral Police Station had several watch cases and other which It is claimed was part of that taken from Albertson when he was He made no statement to the He carried a loaded 44caliber revolver on his per but had no opportunity to use for the officers surrounded and grabbed him before he realized they were offi Falzone was traced to this city through a letter which he wrote to a friend at Wakefleld and which was later turned over to the police of thar The two officers from Boston came here yesterday and watched in the Italian quarters for the This morning Falzone was seen walking oh Water and was pointed out to the officers as the man He was immediately It is believed that Falzone has been in this city since the murder of for the police learned that he was seen here for several It was learned that he never left the house during the and made a practice of taking Believed Military Preparations via Jan race of three miles up the steep slope at through thickets and up rocky between a battalion of French light infantry with mountain guns and a German bat determined the result of the stubborn fight for the Alsatian town of The French surprised a movement of the battery ascending toward the summit of the mountain by taking a short accom plished what seemed to be the The French battalion arrived five minutes before the Germans ap peared in an open space and had just time to put their mountain guns into Five minutes more and all was Too late the Germans attempted to and the battery was of this point permitted the French to cross the River Thur above the town of and to reinforce the troops operating around Secret Committee at Work on THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its vicinity Fair warmer tonight and and Wednesday moderate southwest For Southern New England Fair except in ex treme south portion Wednesday partly cloudy and warmer moderate be coming For Northern New England except snow tonight or Wed nesday in Vermont and North ern New Hampshire warmer except on Bast Maine Coast warmer Wednesday variable becoming south and Temperatures at Sam N H 4 zero 4 above 4 20 12 24 New 26 20 Boston 8 a in Barome 44 Inches 24 highest 31 lowest last 28 hu 42 percent wind 8 The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as follows a li a 11 a 12 m 2 p 3 p 1UH 9l 25 28 37 40 41 41 walks at Since the murder Falzono had his nustache shaved and this made a jig change in his He will je taken back to Boston this after noon by the State French Occupy AH the On the morning of Dec 31 the French the bights around town and sent an envoy to the German commandant and demanded ihe surrender of the The German officer replied The German CommanderinChief considers that our forces are in no wise cut The route to Cernay SennhesTn still Is open and retreat al ways Is In any case the Emperors troops are ready to die but to never At noon on the same day the French commenced an which was continued without The French successes began with the at the point of the of a farm commanding the road entering the The French then progressed by road until the village was Charges and counter charges of Infantry were amid the continual booming of the French threeinch guns from all the to which the Germans replied with everdiminishing which indicated a shortage of Jan death on a French battlefield of Lieut Bruno Garibaldi has caused a revival of public sentiment throughout Italy in favor of this feeling being aug mented by the belief that the Italian military preparations have now been About men will be under arms within the present month and another million men are being formed into a ready to be called out at a moments All the Italian regiments of artil lery have been provided with new which are considered by Italian military experts to be su perior to the guns of AustriaHun gary and Special secret committees are being formed for the enlistment of It Is said to be the Inten tion to form a body of about 6000 the force to be commanded by Capt Ricclotti who will have his sous as MISS ELIZABETH Plaintiff in the Breach of Promise Case Against Harry T THREE NOWJJNDER Wakefield Police Believe All the Men Wanted for Albertson Murder Are In Jan the arrest of Biglo Falzone at Fitchburg today the localpolice believe all the men wanted in connection with the murder of Albertson are in Ignazlo Morella of 35 Columbia road and Grassidonio of 20 Hart st will be In District Court next Monday for a hear ing in connection with the Morella being charged with murder and Grassidonio with being an accessory he fore the Falzone Is charged with Falzone occupied the shanty at 34 Columbia where the body of Al was The police claim that much evidence against the three men has been unearthed in the past few and it is reported that the authorities learned that one of the three had purchased a ticket for BOSTON BARK PILGRIM REPORTED LOST AT SEA A brief cablegram was received here today announcing the sinking at sea of the Boston bark Pilgrim on Deo In lat 68 Ion With the excep tion of the cabin all hands were saved and landed yes The In command of Capt Sorla of this left Newport Nov for Buenos to load for It Is presumed she encountered the hurricane which swept the Atlantic early in and sprang Just before sailingher name was changed from Gael to and she was transferred from the British flag to Amlrcan The vessel was owned by Rice Co of this and Is reported to have cost about when purchased by the Boston The vessel IB said to be partially In sured In this FRENCH TROOPS 30 MILES FROM THE RHINE Jan right wing of the French Army is today less than 30 miles from the River ot Germans Made Stubborn t bach and the bights to the southeast The Germans made a stubborn defense with machine guns and cold of the village after one of the moat steel at the outskirts of and the Chasseurs also were met with a murderous fin from the churnh One French company asked permission to Many soldiers fell before they reached the German but nothing could stop the and the German force guarding the road soon was surrounded and In possession of road and the the Chasseurs mounted quickfiring guns and swept along yard by finally capturing the first line of The struggle was then continued from house to the French los ing one day the buildings captured the preceding but always returning to the charge with greater violence and making a further Every alley was an ambush and every house a little Fighting From Door to The French finally succeeded In slipping around the enemys right along the Steinbach brook and then commenced a fierce combat for the possession of Steinbach The church and the cemetery twice were taken and twice were Since hand to hand fighting was now going qn night and day and from door to door the unable longer to use their resorted to incendiary bombs and set fire to a number of barns and houses occupied by the A changing obliged the Germans themselves to quit the first line of being unable to control the and the flames finally reached the ammunition The explosion which occurred when the munition caught fire caused the little town to tremble as though from an Still the Germans held on till the morality of Jan when the last courageous resistance of the defenders was worn out by the persistent and impetuous charges of the and the nole town was This the gateway to Cernay which commands im portant routes to the to the north to the is no longer tena ble for the Jury Box Filled in Three Minutes in Ferncroft Inn stubborn localized fights of the At no other point of the western front has there been any noteworthy change the dwells chiefly today on the bad weather In Poland there has been little shift in the relative positions of the invad ing and defending The Ger mans continue to deliver their furious and Intermittent attacks on the BzuraRawka To the south the Russians have swept forward to near the Rumanian In the Caucasus the Turkish Invaders and the Rus sians apparently still fighting out their battle In the region of Sari both sides claiming a vic The French progress in upper Al saqe is probably the most signifi news from the western front In several and by some ob servers here it Is taken to Indicate future attempts on the part of the Allies to break through in this re maintaining meanwhile a base on In the third session of the Suffolk Su perior Court this morning the trial of the case of Elizabeth Ryan of New Haven against Henry Mansfield of proprietor of the Ferncroft was Miss who has recently been playing with a New York theatrical in that Is suing the defendant for on ac count of alleged breach of promise to Judge Fessenden was on the Althougn Sherman Whlpple was orig Inally connected with the case for the Daniel Coakley appeared as counsel of record for and Michael Sullivan of Salem for the Miss who looks about was early in She was beautifully gowned and wore a striking plctura She had several women friends with Shortly after 11 a m attorney feulllvan for the defdnse moved that the court dismiss the bill in equity which the plaintiff filed before the pending action at law for the alleged breach of prom Counsel for the defense said that the bill In equity had been filed In to tie up property of the defendant Attorney GLOBE ADVERTISEMENTS PAY TRY ONE AND SEE For the dition of the ninpy con West Flan ders a advance movement in this Gen Joffres feeling Coakley then Kent for Mr who was busy on another i The court retired pending the arrival of Mr for about one At I the attorneys gathered before the bench and discussed the motion to dis miss the bill In After a long conference the court de clined to dismiss the bill In on the ground that If the plaintiff won the pending action at law she would aban The parties therefore went forward with the commonlaw At p m thf work of impaneling the Jurj It took about three minutes to nil the jury and the court directly gave the Jury the usual preliminary in The trial was then Allegations by Her Everett Morss of 115 Commonwealth av was then selected as foreman of the The declaration wns read and at torney Coakley delivered his opening address to the This was closed at p at which hour the court ad journed for the noon Attorney Coukley outlined his case In his It was a story of alleged promises to on various occasions reaffirmed by the of ulti mate abandonment of the plaintiff by the Mr Coakley auid that Mansfield had met MIBH Ryan for the first time after the Harvard football ContlBued w the Filth SAVED WITHOUT FEELING IT By the 1914 Members of the CHRISTMAS CLUB QosmopolitanTrusfi 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