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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 7, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                Rooms to Let Boarders Wanted More Help Wanted Use the Globe Order your advts for Satur day and Sunday Read the advts in todays Evening Edition PRICE OHB VOL 7 THURSDAY JANUARY 1915TWELVE OCLOCK sh Plans Work For GREAT CROWD AT Gay Scene at State House Today When Ceremony Took Gov Walsh Sworn In For Second Lieut Gov Gushing For the First GOV WALSH MAKES THESE Qov Walsh was inaugurated Chief Executive of Massachusetts for the second time at noon today before one of the largest gatherings that has ever witnessed this annual ceremony on Beacon The Governors per sonal popularity and the ideal weather conditions combined to attract nearly 1000 to the State only a small portion of whom were able to secure admission to the chamber of the lower branch where Gov Walsh subscribed to the oath of office and delivered his inaugural Everybody had a to shake hands with him at the reception later in the Hall of The had on its gayest In were about 60 members of Stttte Police in their full dross while the messengers nfid pages wore their newest suits and shiniest Guests begun to arrive as early as 9 but not In very large More gold bands and lace began to the members of the Gov ernors military staff reached the Ex ecutive Later came the official representatives of foreign increasing the brilliancy of the According to the official pro gram was begun when the Senate and House held regular at were officially notified of the election of Gov transmitted that news to him and Lieut Gov Gushing and then want advts in the Globe bring the best re Be sure to order your advts for Saturdays and Sundays Globe assembled together in the House cham The oath of office Was administered to the Governor and the new Lieutenant Grafton by Pres Calvin Coolidge of the Many magnificent noral favors bestowed upon Gov Walsh by his host of ExMayor and Mrs John White of Holyoke sent a superb basket f with brake and Col Edward Logan sent a tall luster of Klllarney In the exeou ve on the Governors n a large was a great bouquet f American Beauty contributed irtth congratulations and best wishes f the staff of HELPLESS BELGIUM There never has been such dire want in any land in our women and children are starving in Bel WALTER It is not Let us put that word out of our The whole world owes a debt to Belgium and the Send food supplies and small cash gifts to the Now Kngland Belgian Relief 420 Boylston Send checks to Treasurer Joseph Federal Trust is The East Cambridge SAVINGS BANK Incorporated 1854 Has Never Paid Less Thuii 4 Kate for 1914 Money deposited on or before 15 will draw from that Mail check with your We do the Deposits Guaranty Fund and Surplus Profits 292 Cambridge Curs tit Subway HouiH U to 1 HntiirdujH B to la M TUESDAY KVJSN1NGS 6 TO 8 CASTLE SQUARE HOTEL Chandler and Berkeley Sts EUROPEAN PLAN Manager Boston Hotel Three blocks from the Back Bay station of tho and I KIuutricH dirout to und from all rallron tuitioiiH and uteambout Kvery lioum HUH u 1rlvnto Until LonEPlitanw Telephone In Euuh Room CUISINE AND SKRVIO r0 ulnglo private to 100 duublu private for two per 350 double alcove pri vate for two and per Nothing BaBffaeo transferred VAHIMTY CMJB UROM 2Bc to IBo Ileuse tioiid Ilmtul fur layor Tlmbthy Good of Cambridge ent another great bouquet of pink In a vase was a great cluster of tautiful Jacqueminot roses from Mr nd Mrs John A com anlon cluster of the same dsos also occupied a place on the Gov rnors Adjt Gen Charles H he chief of the miUrary had eason for a pardonable pride in the rray of bright uniforms his officers Scarlet and sold in the bul ion of the blue and White 1 the infantry and with the ed of the artillery pave brilliant con ry pave of the who vere given two rooms reserved for them jn the fourth with Capt Prank Gunby of the Many Women Miss Mary with her Misses Julia Walsh ind Hannah were accompanied n the Governors gallery by Mrs Ed vard wife of the retiring Lieu enant Governor Mrs George Demp Miss Maizie Mrs Mabel Hunt Miss Esther Slater and j Dorothy Slater of 448 Beacon tfrs John Corcoran of Chestnut ilrs Mary Cotter of Massachusetts Mrs Frank Mrs James Vtbrriaon of Mrs James Carroll of Mrs George Taylor and Miss Amy Taylo rof Mrs Edward Sampson of Rox Mrs John McDonald of Jamaica Mrs Thomas Fltzpatrlck and Miss Bessie Fltzpatrlck of Gardner Srookline Mrs Alexander McGregor of Mrs Sarah Lyons of Mrs John Bottomly of Boston and Mrs James Phelan of Chiswick Other guests were Mrs John Sher burno of Mrs Eben Keith of Mrs Charles Dow Mrs Doherty and the Misses Do Mrs Mrs James Ken Mrs Edward OBrien of Marble Mrs Thomas Mrs Law rence Logan of Mrs Henry Cunningham of Mrs John Malley of Mrs Mary Den Miss Myra Mrs George Mrs John Miss Louise Kevllle of Miss Isabel Mrs John Meaney of Mrs Mrs Anne Miss Laura Mrs William Mrs John Shaugh Mrs Edward McSweeney of Mrs Mrs William Mrs Margaret Mrs William Mrs Abraham Mrs James Mrs Charles Mrs Others present were Mrs William Fitzgerald of Mrs Kate Mrs Mrs Anne Mrs William Mrs Continued on the Third Relief for the unemployed by setting them at work reclaiming the large freshwater few amps and marshes In Eastern Massachusetts and making an emergency appropriation of or more for taking over leas than 1000 establishing workmens Appropriation of for beginning construction of Old Colony Parkway and employment of laborers thereon from among i Complete reorganization of the State Board of Charity the lines of the new State Department of Budget system for State Estimates of various commis boards and departments should be submitted to the Investigated by the Commission on Economy Efficiency and trans mitted to Legislature with a record of Governors approval or Amendments to taxation laws to provide that the Tax Commissioner be supplied with proof that the tangible property has been adequately taxed as a prerequisite to registration that full returns of taxable prop erty be made compulsory that with every deed conveying real estate there shall be filed under oath a statement of the true consideration for the con veyance that upon discovery of any property that has escaped taxation a tax shall be assessed upon it not only for the current but for every year of the five years preceding that the Tax Commissioner be given power to revise and correct local order revaluations in any city or to cause the State Department itself to make such a re valuation and to value as whole the property and franchises of widely ex tended businesses and Defraying cost of the Public Service Commission by the transportation and telephone and telegraph Thorough public inquiry into telephone and telegraph rates and Supervision and regulation of telephone and telegraph companies by Gas and Electric Light Commission instead of Public Service as at Although the condition of the Boston Maine Railroad is the gravest question the there every reason believe that many of thev parties realize their respon sibility anfl are which may put this railroad system upon firmer It is the duty of the General this year to help the Boston Maine whenever and wherever the greater public interest will Constitutional convention should be held for the consideration of the following questions referendum and recall of elective biennial short abolition of Executive Woman rights of cities and towns to deal in necessaries of life in time of public government by right of Governor to veto specific items in appropriation homestead legislation to help people of small means to acquire homes of their revision of taxation making of workmens compensation enabling citizens in cer tain cases to cast their ballots withoutattending the polls in tional representation and empowering the Legislature to make regulations for the commission of officers of the Submission to the peopleof a Constitutional amendment providing for Woman MANSFIELD MET HERAT TRAIN Miss Ryan Cant Tell Where Trunks Says No Other Man Ever Bought Her Wearing Several Tilts of Counsel at Short THE United States Weather Bureau fore forecasts For Boston and Hs vicinity and for South ern New England Fair and colder to night and Friday moderate southwest to west For Northern New England Rain to colder in Ver mont and New Hamp shire local rain or snow and er moderate south to southwest For Eastern New York Fair in snow or rain In north portion tonight colder Friday partly cloudy colder southwest to west Temperatures at 8 a m Boston New York Wash ington Jacksonville Chicago St Paul of a Constitutional amendment which will permit the adop tion of the socalled initiative and Abolishment of Fall River Police Board and restoration to people of that control of police force and regulation of liquor Taking away from Civil Service Commission the power to approve or reject appointees of the Mayor of Better distribution of farm products by trolley Obliging graduates of the State Agricultural College to go back to the farms for one year after Reasonable compensation to owners of cattle slaughtered in foot and mouth disease Reorganization of State Board of Agriculture on model of Statp De partment of with Commissioner of assisted by an advisory to have under his direct supervision all subsidiary boards such as Dairy Bureau of Animal Forestry Com State Forester and Fisheries and Game Study of milk situation by commission of which shall report recommendations to Legislature not later than April for action by the present Characterizes county penal institutions as schools of crime and recommends their control by Sale of Charlestown State Prison and establishment of a model State prison in a thinly settled region where prison labor can be used in reclama tion Small wage for work done by prisoners to help support their Reorganization of Prison with a single commissioner hav ing power to appoint two or more Reductlon of Parole Board from five to three Indeterminate sentences for except treason and capital Abolitionofthe office of trial Investigation to find out industries are at a disadvantage because of humanitarian and to urge Congress to take whatever action is found Creation of wider interest in savings bank Insurance Penalty for officers and employes of National banks deriving a private profit from transactions with their Educational correspondence courses for rural communities and adop tion of a university extension educational system similar to that of Wis Establishment of Legislative reference and drafting Before another large house the RyanMansfield breach of promise case resumed in the third session of the Superior Court this There was a huge crowd in the corridor trying to get even a glimpse of the courtroom The officers had taken how soto placard and obscure the win dows that those outside were denied even this The court came In promptly at 10 a Miss Elizabeth who is suing Henry the proprietor of Ferncroft for resumed the She was dressed as in a furtrimmed brown Because of the ceremonies on Beacon j todays session was a short i the court adjourning for the day short ly after a The session was enI livened by tilts between attorney Coak ley for the plaintiff and attorney Sul livan for the The latter pro tested on various occasions that Mr Coakley was Interrupting his cross Coakley Insisted that he would address the court at any time he desired The court did not have oc to interposeduring these interchanges between The line interrogation as was relation to Miss Ryans relations with Mansfield and she know of his apartments on Raleigh st aftershe arrived here from New York onher second Attor ney Coakley has already claimed that the suit Is based largely on what took place between the parties at this apart Her Return From New York The interrogated at some length relation to her employment in New York after lier return having the Yale football vic as testified to by her Attorney Sullivan then put her the di rect whether or not Mr Mans field had not sent her carfare for the second visit to She said he did not pay her She denied fur ther that she had ever received a letter from the defendant in which was en closed a check on the occasion of this second She denied that she had over cashed any such check at Blum Brothers in New she testi fied she went to work after her foot visit to The witness was then asked concern ing her visit to Mrs in Dor She that on this second trip she had come to Boston at the invitation of Mrs How many trunks she had and where they were sent were the questions asked in this connection by attorney She said she had one trunk and prob ably a second for her She said that she no longer has the Mansfield SCENE AT STUBBORN FIRE IN OLIVERST Have Narrow Escape From mge Mi letter she received from prior to her second She said that during the period after her visit she re ceived one or two letters a flay trom the They were all she at the Ferncroft The witness testified that when she arrived in in she was met at the station by Mr Mans She did not recall whether he greeted her affectionately or She did not remember whether she had given her checks for trunks to Mr Mans fleld or The RaleighSt The witness was asked whether or not at this time Mr Mansfield did not tell her about his Kaleighst The witness said that he might He might have told me where he lived suld the He might have told mihe lived in and I would have replied all THE via Jan German military government in Belgium this morning characterized the report published In the Amsterdam Tjid that Cardinal archbishop of had been arrested as absolutely The Cardinal neither has been de tained in the bishops palace at Malines nor placed under police sur veillance of any the official an nouncement It is also denied that any priests have been The denial is silent on the case of the printer who published the Cardinals Christmas pastoral but it is understood the story concerning him also is a The Germans are said to take the position at this time that the point whether they are the legal rulers of Of themselves the acts of those in occupation are without force but the legal authority ratifies tacitly those acts which are justified in the general and from this rati fication aione they derive all their judicial The occupied provinces of Bel glum are not conquered Belgium is no more a German prov ince that Galicia is a Russian prov notto my knowledge nor with my con1 there will be no action on Neverthless the occupied part Belgium is not an issue conse ary of your soul it neither esteem nor nor obedience The sole legal power in Belgium is that which is derived from our our and the rep resentatives of the This alone for us represents authority this alone has a right to the affec tions of our hearts and to our subj Twenty firemen were overcome by two being affected so seriously that they had to be removed to the Relief and 40 other firemen had a remarkable escape from serious injury during a fire in the building ex tending from 14 to 28 Oliver which Continued on the Second To sell sup advertise in the The Globe is the best poultry medium in New then asked Miss j their Rvan if Mr Mansfield on this occasion had bought her a One that was MidWinter Markdown We offer the balance of our stock of OVERCOATS AND GREAT COATS at the fol lowing reductions Suits and Suits and Suits aiid Suits und Suits and Suits and Suits and 340 Washington Street Abstract of Gov Walshs Address on Page The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 m us follows 10U 3am Ua m 27 Uam 12m 1 p m 2 p m 3 p m 30 38 40 40 1015 62 D3 DEATH OF JOSEPH NOTED TUNNEL BUILDER Word has been received1 In Boston of the death in New lust Sun of Joseph a widely known contractor and railroad who built the two railroad tunnels Under the East Side in where he made his home the past five Mr who has a brother Andrew a resident of was on a trip through the if was born in Milwaukee 5S years of old New England and tefiiin his railroad carrier as a telegra and eventually rose to the prexl doney of the Columbia River a Northern subsidiary of the lion two railroad ter minals in Providence he built the New Havens tunnel on the Highland di vision between Waterbury and Hart the Rhode Island Companys street oar In and the tunnel under the water power house of the New Haven road at Cos STREET COMMISSIONER OF MEDFORD SUSPENDED Jim Gan Street whose term expires March was today suspended by Mayor The cause given Is for the good of the Tho salary IB J2000 a Mr Gannon lias held the office or 60 60 60 has been engaged In railroad construe named as acting Street He came Hast In 1006 and since then Hugh Kennedy has beon marked down from to added the attorney replied the What did you say to him about this dress the witness was she I said it was the most beautiful dress I had ever and I thanked Mr Mansfield for In re Tilv to further questions she said that tio other man had ever given her any wearing Attorney Sullivan then O Did you ever know an artist in New York named Charles Knoedler A I He was on 46th O Did you have a talk with Mr Mans field about Mr Knoedler 6 Do you remember telling Mr Mans neld that Mr Knoedler was pieeyed and that you wanted to get rid of him you remember meeting Mr Mansfield one night in New when you were with Mr Knoedler had been to tho theatre with Mr Knoedler and met Mr Mansfield after tho He knew I was going to the theatre with Mr Q Did you telephone Mr Knoedler to send to you a kimono which you had left inIlls apartment Did you ever receive by after you came to a package from him containing a part of your wearing apparel Did you ever tell any one that Knoedler wanted you to go with him to Europe Caldwell Signs With NKW Dono vun of the New York American League Baseball Club arrived here today frpm N with a contract signed by Ray who Is to pitch for the New York Americans during the coming The contract was signed last VATICAN REQUESTS of our country is confronted by a situation to which it must The greater number of our towns INFORMATION lhave been handed over to the enemy Jan Rome cor respondent of the Daily Mail tele graphs that he learns that the Vati can hasrequested Information from Germany regarding the reported ar rest of Cardinal Mercier in The correspondent adds that he believes the Pope will make a de mand on Emperor William for the Cardinals immediate The much discussed paragraphs of the pastoral letter of Cardinal Mercier which The Netherlands newspaper Tijd said had been re sponsible for his arrest by the Ger man military authorities in an arrest which the German au thorities have categorically have been published in pamphlet form in They are as follows I consider it an obligation my pastoral charge to define your duties of conscience toward the power which has invaded our and which at this moment occupies a greater part of That power has no authority in In the sanctu they must respect the conditions of their Prom the beginning of military operations the civil authorities have insistently recommended that private persons abstain from acts of hostil ity against the armed These recommendations are still in Our Army alone is charged with the duty of our National Let us know how to await at its hands the final us comfort ourselves as the general in terest Let us respect the regulations they the Germans pose on so long as they do not attack our liberty of Christian con science or the dignity of our patriot SACRED COLLEGE HOPES STORY OF ARREST UNTRUE Jan Vatican up to a late hour tonight had received no official confirmation of tha reported arrest at Brussels of Cardinal because Continued on too Second INCORPORATED 1861 THE BOSTON PENNY SAVINGS BANK 1375 Washington Boston Oppoulte Resources Over Twelve Million Dollars Money deposited on or before will draw interest from Deposits Received from One Dollar to One Thousand Dollars All Dividends for the last FOURi TEEN YEARS have been at the rats of 4 percent compound Checks for dividends mailed to de positors when Deposits may be sent   

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