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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts To Sell Sup Advertise in the The Globe IB the Best Poultry Medium in New England Order Your Sunday Globe Advts Evening Edition JL VOL LXXXVIIKNO8 FRIDAY 1915 TWELVE sP AGES PRICE ONE l ll Woman Down in MERCIER INCIDENT IS EXPLAINED TO VATICAN Austrians Admit Retiring in Enemy Numerically Superior to tfo Truth in Report of His Germans i Simply Addressed to the Cardinal a Deferential via Jan Official statement on the progress of the war was given out in Vienna to day as follows In the Carpathian forest lands and in the southern parts of the crown land of Bukowina regard for the safety of our advance troops obliged us to fall back on the princi pal mountain passes before an enemy numerically superior to On the HungarianOalician front everything is quiet in the higher dis tricts there is some frost and On the Dunajec River and in Rus Use The Best Medium Plan to advertise liberally in the Daily and Sunday Globe during the present Read by the Best People in All Walks of the Globe offers a splendid medium to Its A gain of almost paid circulation for the Daily Globe since Peb A substantial gain in net paid circulation for the Sunday Globe during the Globe is the best advertising medium in sian Poland there have here and there been some artillery AUSTRIA IS TRYING TO RAISE NEW ARMY Jan via is making a final supreme effort tn raise new It is to be used to defend Vienna and Budapest an again to attack Failure will mean either that the Government will be compelled to sue for separate peace or admit to Ger many that it is and turn the entire defense of the dual Em pire over to the German Kaiser and his A new enrollment just ordered has called to the colors previ usly Only those actually nable to shoot a rifle are now ex Even men partially disabled ave been drafted into service to act s a sort of home There is a itiful lack of war Some Jan German Government has sent to the Vatican an explanation of the Mercler incident in which that there is absolutely no truth in the report that the Cardinal was ever ar rested by the German authorities in or even confined to his own palace or prevented from leaving this explanation says The German entrusted with the most delicate and difficult task of maintaining order in Belgium and convincing the hostile population of that country of their sincere desire for their simply addressed to Cardinal Mer cler a most deferential prayer that he abstain from any attitude which might make difficult the accomplishment of their or ultimately entail risk to the Belgian In following this course the the explanation goes had in mind the fulfillment of the Christian which must be particularly dear to a minister of the of avoiding the shedding of Any agitation or tumult arising from even an indirect the German communication says in will render necessary severe measures on the part of the troops forthe restora tion of PAPERS SERVED ON THE BRAVES In Suit Brought by Federal Deputy Ruhl Subpenas Officers of the Boston Deputy Tighe Has Papers for Red Sox Sensation in Arlington Over Irene Richardson Saturday Sunday Monday Order your advts for all three days MaUe sura of your copy of next Sundays Globe by ordering it n ABSENCE OF CARDINAL CAUSED ARREST STORY THE via Jan pastoral letter of Cardinal was published here today by local news papers without Some Dutch papers declare that the story of the Cardinals while others say it Is to be regretted that the Germans failed to deny the story thus preventing unnecessary It seems certain now that the asser tions of the Cardinals arrest rose en ilrely from his absence from the service n the Antwerp As a matter of the fcardlnals absence from the cathedral arose from other causes the German authorities had nothing to do with Continued on the Third Be sure to have your Real Estate and Business Chances advts appear1 in the Or der1 your Sunday Globe advts Start a Rainy Day Fund Try putting something aside every week or month during 1915 INTEREST BEGINS 11 Send for A Savings Bank Account by Mall HOME SAVINGS BANK 75 XKEMONT BOSTON Tremont Temple i SAVING IN MAYORS OFFICE to figures from the Mayors Mayor Curley made a saving of in public celebrations of as compared with the amount paid in In the latter year and in The saving in the office expenses was In the neighborhood of in the same The total for the calendai ending with Jan was against In or an Increase of But In the of are which were con tracted by the previous administration Deducting the apparent increase of and the showing Is in favor ot Add to this the sum of which was paid for a new whicl previous administration did not have to pay out and the net saving in the Mayors office will amount to Standish among othe publishes the City re ports that the cost of such publication foi 1914 was against in or a reduction In the cost of publi cation of This soon after he arrived at the Braves headquarters In the Pad dock Herman clerk of the Boston was visited by Deputy United States Marshal James The object of the visitwas to erve subpena on the officers of the Boston club ln connection with the ult of the Federal League against both and National Leagues for allegedviolation of the antl trust A similar subpena placed in the hands of Deputy United States Marshal who was to serve it on Joe president ofthe Boston Red and possibly because the narshal did not know that the clubs offices are now in town Instead of at Feiiway he had not arrived at leadquarters with his papers until lone after the National had been served by Marshal The defendents are expected to file answers and returns not later thai Tan 30 in the United States District Court of the Northern District of Illinois which Is located In Officers 61 other clubs throughout the country have been served with the all of which were issued several days the Boston officials probably being the las to receive The suit is another feature of the at tack upon the major leagues and th National agreement by the Federu League It is aimed by tin Feds to show that the entire fabric o organized baseball Is and it is asked that the interleague agreements be dissolved and that all players in the major and leagues playing unde the rules of the National agreement bi declared free The a copy of which has been de llvered with the is a lengthy It includes 11 prayers fo the most important sections be ing That the National agreement and the rules of the National Commission be declared and the defendants en joined from operating under That the defendants be declared to constitute a conspiracy and monopoly in contravention of the anti trust and that they be enjoined from further doing business as a part of said That the defendants be declared to have conspired to Injure or destroy the plaintiffs and enjoined from continuing their particularly from saying the plaintiffs are financially irresponsible and from threatening with blacklist any players under Federal all contracts with players heretofore made by the defendants un POLICE CALLED TO LINE UP Miss Ryan Started to Tell of Mansfields It Was All So She Then Burst Into Interest in the RyanMansfield breach was at this point that attorney Sul of promise case seemed have reached illvan questioned yqung woman about Its highwater mark this With the recital oil the young womans alleged relations with the proprietor of Fern croft Inn the throng In and about the the liberties which she has alleged Mansfield took with her In the apart It was all so she said in courtroom has grown every day since j repiy to a and just here shn the trial tlie broke down and and the as record was broken and It required the declared a recess and the jurors combined efforts of the court officers j were permitted to leave the box for a and two police sergeants and five paj snort trolmen to hold the crowd in MRS MARIE HANSON AND HER JOHN She is a Nurse at 282 Massachusetts and is Held in as an Accessory After the William Hyae ana Mrs Marie Han under arrest in connection with the death of Miss Irene daugh ter of the town auditor of from the effects of an alleged illegal op were arraigned this morning in the 3d District CourtatEast Cambridge before Associate Justice When the case was called Chief In spector Hurley of Cambridge immedi ately asked a which Judge Walcott granted until next The prisoners were then released on bonds of the same amount on which der the National agreement be they were released as to the void and of M nn and that the defendants be Wl wah epiebentea no and that the defendants be Continued on the Third Shipment to Arrive Since the War 300 Cases Bollinger Brut 1906 Forwarded direct from the Champagne District under extreme difficulties This is a delicate Natural Wine with beautiful bouquet Bollinger Brut per case Revenue Tax Stamps Additional Quantity prices on application Incidentally we have a limited stock of champagnes of the vintage of 1901 as follows Dagonet Brut Iol Koger Hoedcrer Brut Muiums Cordon PER CASE Revenue Tux Stamps Additional PIERCE CO Importers and Grocers Comer Tremont and Beacon Streets Copley Square Boston THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its vicinity Fair tonight and Saturday colder tonight moderate westerly For New England Fair and colder to night Saturday fair moderate southwest to west For Eastern New York Fair colder in interior Sat urday fair moderate west Temperatures at 8am All New Hng 32 to 34 New 32 Washlng 34 18 Boston Sam Barome er Inches temperature 34 highest esterday 62 lowest last night 34 hu nldity 66 percent wind 15 miles The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as follows by John McAnarney of Boston and Mrs Han son by John Glynn of Evidence bearing on thecase was pre sented to the Middlesex Grand Jury at East Cambridge this and It is expected that something definite may develop this BOSTON DOCTOR IS SOUGHT BY POLICE The Boston police last night searched or a physician said to be concerned in he death of Miss Irene Richardson of Chief Urquhart of the Ar 3 a 12 m 1 p I p 101 K 39 36 37 43 43 and Return SOUTHERN RAILWAY from Jan 12 and Fob good to return 21 days correspondingly low fares to other Florida Pullman and dining Information Boston 332 Washington Special Excursions to Florida Jan 12 from Washington round trip Atlantic Coast 248 Wauhlngton r HORSE GOES THROUGH STOREJYINDOW Thence Into Building and Out Front The crowd began arrive at the Courthouse as early as 8 this the trial being sehedued to begin two hours The court officials speedily recognized that reinforcement from outside would be Long before the courtroom was opened the crowd filled the corridor and the stair The police arrived and quickly formed a line of all tae curious along1 the side wall of the It was estimated between 400 and 500 were on hand for the After the courtroom had filled a line of more than 200 remained and stayed through out the The Miss was forced to through the fourth session and the judges lobby to reach the third where the trial is coing on before Judg She was accompanied by Dan iel It Was All So In her testimony this morning the for the first time in the broke down The court or dered a recess und Miss Ryan was es corted to the She was being crossexamined In detail at the in relation to what occurred on the occasion of her third visit to the Raleighst maintained by Mansfield in Oti these occur rences and the alleged liberties the de fendant took with her the present suit is largely At the opening of the session the witness told of her second visit to Bos ton from New York in She said that on her arrival In when Mansfield met her at the she went Recess Taken for 50 It was when the trial was sus At Miss Ryan still being in the Judge sent for counsel and had a brief conference with them in the At a m the court was und the plain tiff emerged from the anteroom and re sumed the Attorney Sullivan continued Ills cross examination in relation to what hap pened at the Raleighst The witness kept her head bowed anil answered the questions in a subdued Witness testified that lifter the affair on Raleigh st she and Mansfield went to Mrs Dunbars She thought she had dinner She didnt remember that Mrs Dun bar had criticised her for going to the apartment without a Witness said that Mansfield never gave her any money on the occasion of her trip to Boston In Ha had given her the green testified1 to Mr Mansfield had some other purchases of clothing for Referring to this witness wan asked If it was not true that she had Continued on ilie Third Make sure of your copy of next Sundays Globe by order ing it in Leaves Wreckage of Bottles Behind Him in Merrimac The Rex Distilling Company In Mer rimac sq had a customer early this afternoon that it could not A black horse attached to tin express the house Q Mrs Dunbar owned by Drown Bros of 130 3d Til rlnv arid driven by Samuel FeldIn She stayed there all man of 92 Arlington that ran Some time after the first day she yis away from Green and Stnnitdrd and did not stop until he had plunged through the large plate glass window of the He kicked away the window leaving a collection of Ited the Raleighst She hart a woman friend with On the sec ond visit Mansfield gave a luncheon in her On the third occasion jjlgtoii police went to a house on Mas The animal was cut broken AVhen the traces were h went there alone with the unfastened the horse leaped into the i store and was led out the front i FORECAST FOR TODAY FAIF1 and COLDER saohusetts It Is but failed o find his State omcer Lieut Rooney j and a number of detectives of Chief Mc Garra staff also Joined In the search for several hours last but It understood that a watch has been placed on the doctors house to appre nend him as soon as he the past he has been investigated by detectives from Police Headquarters In connection with cases of a character to the one In which he Is now The physician has not been around his usual haunts for several It is believed that when he realized that the girl was going to die and that a death bed statement would probably be he went to and will stay In hiding until ho has completed arrangements for securing It is expected that the physician will be locked up It Is believed that a warrant has already been Issued charging him with being the principal In the ChiefMcGarr has had telephone con ferences with the Arlington and Cam bridge and they are work ing Headquarters men are planted In different parts of the South End and Bach waiting to take the Ehyslclan the moment he It Is elleved that these men will be kept pouted there until some clew to the hid Cunttunea ail tUe Third COVEST BRIDGE Boston Terminal Company to Start the Work of Tearing Down the Structure Tomorrow The officials of the Boston Terminal ompany are determined not to lose any time in the work of demolition of the Covest Following close upon the decision of the Street Com missioners and Mayor Curley came the notification of the city to the Today arrangements were completed by the company for the commencement of the work At tomorrow morning a large number of with horses and will report for and the tearing away of the Iron structure will be It has stood for six NOW BlFORTORANb Evidence Presented In Cases of Three Men Held in Connection With Albertson Evidence In the cases of Blagio Fal Ignnzlo Morolla and Lulgl Graasl held In connection with the mur der of Maurice the Law rence Jowelry at was presented to the Grand Jury of Mid dlesex County at the Bast Cambridge Courthouse this It Is believed an Indictment may be returned lato this How to Utilize a Bank October 1914 ASSETS n i e Cush in Oflice and Time Certificate of Deposit Loans on iiinnt Loans on Those having funds which will not Iuve9tments have to be paid out except at fixed times may take out time certifi LIABILITIES Deposits cates of deposit upon which special Surplus Undivided rates of interest are American Jrust Qmpauij 50 State Boston City Charlestown Union Safe Deposit The Small Aecount Today mahei Largt
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