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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 9, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts Another Great Number To Sure of Your Sunday Globe by Ordering It in Advertise Tomorrows Evening Edition VOL LXXXVIINO 9 JAGUAR7 JPAGES CLOCK of Arling LIQUOR SCANDAL BIG COAL TRUCK tee Men Were Injured by Mverless Germans Again in Possession of Town in Lawyer and Detective Said to Be in Bribery Alleged Bribers Caught in a Cleverly Laid TWO SECRET Kaisers Troops Bombard Soissons fiussians in It Backed and Ran Down At Roxbury Tremont St A fiveton automobile truck of the Metropolitan Coal fully load which was standing at the cornerof Parker and Tremont Roxbury this suddenly started to back down and did not stop until it had backed over the sidewalk and throughthe front of the building at 1446 Tremont injuring three men and a Bert driver of the Bald he had left it standing at the sum mit of the grade for a few that the brakes had in sbme way worked or they may have been tampered The truck started down the gathering momentum and crashed through the front of the three story wooden frame building into the cobbler shop of Frank Delo his asign were all caught In the Williams appeared on the scene and drove the truckout of the re leasing tho three were taken across the street to Dr Murphys A call was sent for an renzos hands were Davey was cut and bruised about the body and suffered concussion and was badly cut head and Catherine 719 Parker Who was passing tho by a rear wheel of the truck and one of ribs was The shop if only a little more than foiir wide and 18 feet and the escape of the three occupants from ieatn was considered REPLIES TO THE PORWEGTORS Gen Hugh Bancroft Makes Says New Board Has Indorsed the Dry Dock Quotes From Pamphlet as to Commonwealth MOTOR ELEVATED TRAIN FOR 20 MINUTES Something went wrong trie motor on an elevated train just after It pulled out the Dudleyst at this and forthe next 20 minutes traffic the tunnel was The train was gotten to the Northamptonsi Station with some diffi culty after a delay of more than 15 minutes and there the passengers were asked to leave the Meuemvlille all the stations on the northbound side wero becoming filled up with and huppenThg at fi rush hour the crush was a bad It WHH nearly an hour before traffic be came THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts Koi Boston and its vicinity Fair tonight ftinU variable For New England and Eastern New York Fair tonight and Sun gentle to moder ate mostly Temperatures at 8 a ni 8 New M Wash 82 New Or 42 IS Highland 8 a in Wind 10 Boston 8 u m Barom inches 30 high out 44 lowest last 29 5ti wind 11 The Temperature The thennumotqr at Thompsons Spa tlie lemperaturo up to a p m as In response to a Gen Hugh formerly chairman of the Directors of the Port of made the following statement today in regard to the criticisms of the present Port Board The two Important projects of the old Boara of which con sisted of four other members besides of whom Is a member of the present Commonwealth Pier and the dry The dry dock project was indorsed by the new The new board reports that Com monwealth Pier was an extravagant un This Is a matter of and bearing on this 1 tls pertinent to quote a entitled The Port of Issued a few weeks ago by Edward chairman Josepn Lombard the present directors of the Port of On the first page of this pamphlet the new board says Commonwealth Pier South the biggest and best pas senger and freight pier in the has just been completed at a cost of It is 1200 feet 400 feet with 40 feet of water alongside at low tide and 10 feet more at high By Wireless to Jan following official commu nication was given out today at Army Headquarters tlie western front there have Men heavy which seemed more like cloudbursts than anything Thunder was beard all day The Lys at some places has over flowed its Several attacks of the enemy to the northeast of Soissons were beaten off with severe loss to the A French attack also near north of was re pulsed with severe loss to the In the eastern section of the Ar gonne our troops successfully stormed French positions and took 1200 prisoners and some mine throwers and a bronze A Lorraine battalion and the Hessian Landwehr particularly distinguished themselves In this One of oui advanced which we at the time were not near was occupied by the French and at once blown All of the French occupants were Both west and south of Sennheim eernay there is nothing to The French have been driven out of BurnhauptleHaut and the trenches there into their old Some 190 prisoners fell into our hands On the eastern front bad weather The number of prisoners taken on Jan 7 by us was Also seven machine guns were ter attack onHill 200 made us mas ters of the We installed our selves in and we have ad vanced beyond the village Our total gain in this locality is more than 500 all the front between Rheinis and the Argonue our artil lery has Inflicted noticeable losses on the This has been attest ed by In the Argonne were subjected oh our right to a lively attack from the to which we replied with a counter at tack which brought us back to our point of In the Woevre district to the northwest of in the forest of Ailly and in the forest of Le we made some In the region of Cernay we main tained our Further to the south the strongly reoccupled at the expense of heavy A big bribery scandal in connection the crusade against Cambridge i druggists for the illegal sale of liquor is being investigated by the Boston auj are expected at any A Cambridge a Boston lawyer and two other persons are alleged to have been involved In plot to bribe a private detective with a view to have Tiim obtain the evidence which the men behind the crusade had secured and re turn arid also to keep away from court when the cases came up for dis There has been rnoTe less Cambridge in regard to the DID NOT BREAK DANCING LAW CopleyPlaza Ball a Private MassachusettsAir Richardson j Boston Lawyer Named in Second Mortgage RUSSIAN FORCES HAVE ENTERED TRANSYLVANIA Jan Russians have entered telegraphs the Petrograd correspondent of the The Austrlans have hastily evac uated the whole of he leaving open roads for the Russian troops into the Hungarian particularly in the direc tion of the city of capital of the County of at the foot of the 216 miles northeast of water Jts three twostory sheds have an area of square feet of floor space almost half the size of Bos ton a tnlle of wharf with Us over this half pier follows t in m 9HVm IIHJ w 38 401B ia 31 32 1 84 nii 36 pan accommodate Jive 600foot ships at one provide for 150 freight or pas senger trains of 25 cars and handle over 1000 passengers an It is the equivalent of any terminal of five piers In its ability to accommo date ships The biggest boats afloat can dock here with ease and have from 250 to 800 feet to DESPONDENT BECAUSE HE WAS UNABLE TO GET WORK Jan Marston aged was found overcome by gas this morningat his lodging 3 Highland Miss Emma another lodger in the smelled gas and upon forcing the door to Marstons found him unconscious Dr William McBaln worked over the victim for an hour with a pulmotor and revived It Is expected Mars ton will The police found that who was despondent because ho was but of had stuffed the keyholes of the door In Ills room with paper to prevent the gas from Motorman Falls From a i Jan Ner the oldest motorman In tlje employ of the InterstateStreet was severely Injured last night at Attieboro SOISSONS BOMBARDED BY GERMAN FORCES Jan French War Offlce this afternoon gave out the following official announcement To the south of Ypres we have damaged the trenches of the enemy and rertuced to silence the mine of the In the region of Arras and in the vicinity of Amiens there have been artillery engagements resulting ad vantageously for our In the region of Soupir we yes terday morning occupied very bril liantly Hill Three times during the day the enemy delivered violent counter Bach time ttey were Our gain is represented by three lines of German trenches along a point of 600 Tho not having been able to recapture that which they had bombarded SoiBSons and sefflre to the Palace ot To tlije AUSTRIANS CAUGHT IN TRAP BY THE RUSSIANS via Jan Aus trlans have been caught in a trap skill fully set by Liens Ruzshy and according to advices from a Hungarian received first pass ing through the hands of tho Austrian In conformity with the Russian he advices the Austrian columns pushing toward the Nlda River found hemselves stopped by narshy At the same time the Russians attacking Cracow suddenly abandoned theiiv original but re sumed their attapk in a totally unex pected south of Laon and of 38 Fails when he Craonne our artillery demolished a camp of huts machine reduced to silence tlie artillery of the enemy and destroyed some In the region of Perthes the enemy delivered an attack to which we re sponded immediately by a counter This movement on our part permitted us not only retain OUT positions at Hill west of Per but also to take possession of 400 yards of the trenches of the enemy between Hill 200 and the vil lage of Furthermore a direct attack de livered by us on Perthes at the same time that wo were making our coun DUTCH GOVERNMENT MAY RESORT TO FORCED LOAN THE via Jan Subscriptions to the guilder Government loan thus far amount to The news papers express the hope in editorials that ihe last days of the subscription period will prove The Government plan provides for a forced loan should the voluntary loan RUSSIAN TORPEDO BOATS SINK TURKISH TRANSPORT Jan com munication given out by General Staff last night says Oh the left bank of the Vistula at the villages of Mo taine and the lighting has as sumed a ciiciracter more and more des The notwithstanding the great losses they have continue obstinate attacks at different In many places the enemy succeeded In occupying provisionally certain of our advanced our vigorous counter followed ordinarily by bayonet compelled the Germans to let go their Thus in the region ment of the Jaw by authori tiesIn that andcertain citizens by and Mr a crii sade which tlie prosecution of a number of Of the 40 cases remains to be tried those of Ar thur whose store is 476 Massachusetts which was Nov 20 John 695 Main was raided the same day John 124S Cambridge and Joseph 1920 Of other cases only two escaped and in those cases the de tectives admitted they the wrong clerk summoned into In view of the rumors of graft and corruption that had been frequent be fore the crusade began the ment of the bribery of persons engaged In thu crusade came as a big One private detective Is have received and then when another detective approached he reported to his and a plan was made to entrap the A Cambridge whose name will not be disclosed until an arrest Is is said to have been implicated In the giving of to a The money was paid In West Eijd A lawyer representing the cru a police inspector and anothei were present when the money is Alleged to have been Fred Lyons is the private detective who entrapped the He lives in Warren The persons en tered a number of cleverly laid Even dictaphone was employed in get ting evidence against the alleged brib ers and the entire talk had with Lyons is On Tuesday night a conference was arranged with Lyons in Harvard sq Harvard students engaged to acl as embryo in watching this Another conference was arranged for Wednesday In Hanover The persons engagedby the crusaders allege they saw the money i moment after a lawyer anc an Inspector entered the West End hote where Lyons was with the alleget bribers and he accused them of giving him which he It is sale the men refused to deny or explain the stiuation n which they found them They were profoundly The matter was brought to the at tentlon of Dist Atty Pelletler and Ass Dist Atty Mclsaac and they decided In view of all the circumstances to httv the matter take the usual course through the lower Consequently Henry counse for the applied to Judge Mur ray In the Municipal Court for warrants It is understood that the lawyer in the case will be given a chance Mondaj to be heard on an application for warrant against BELGIAN MONSIGNOR IN AUDIENCE WITH POPE Jan Pope today agali received in private audience Mgr De president of the Institute of Phi losophy at Lou and had u prolonge conversation with him concerning con dltlons in Belgium and the case of Car dlnal This second audience with JMgr De plolge is regarded as an indication of th Pontiffs deep Interest In Belgium an his purpose to do something1 to a levlate the sufferings of Belglun people and show them his paternal sym pa of Metalrie and is in on Jan we drove away tho enemy who rushed our advanced capturing seven oftl cers and more than 100 In Bukowtnnwe occupied on Jan 6 Klmpolung On near the garian after an find ntrhtlne lasting eight Our during this llghtinK covered more than 120 versts about 80 and finally crossed the mountain chain at the fron tier between Bukowina and Durlner we oapturei Continued on the Third ancers Were the Guests of A MassachUBettsav physician was VEayor Ourley Declares Incident HooperHooper and the Back fewpjBit and New Yori persons who anced 3 oclock this morning at he big1 assembly ball at the Copley after Mayor Curley had ordered ancing stopped at 2 a did not break he according to the interpretation if it given to the Mayor this morning iy Corporation Counsel and jicense Cleric The Mayor was late in arriving at his office but he was thoroughly iroused over the alleged defiance of his immediately took the matter up with Mr to learn whether or not the law had been Investigation proved that Mr Hooper had engaged the CopleyPlaza ballroom himself and that the quests who attended were all invited ind paid no entrance By no con struction of the could it 36 to a pubUc conse quently its conducrdid not come within he scope of the ordinance that regu ates public The continuance of the dancing until 3 a m came as a great In view ofthe ttiin stand taken by the Mayor last night at 12 oclock when Philip one of the called him on the telephone and protested against the enforcement of the law with respect to this The dance must close at 2 o the Mayor is reported to have This law Is to protect tho morals af young girls of the city and that Is more Important than the pleasure of a Police HooperHooper immediately de clared that if the Mayor said that was the law he intended to comply with Consequently the matter seemed set and there were no on hand nt 2 a see whether the danc ing was being stopped The mayor had previously threatened police At the ball room seemed to be as popular as and there scorned to be no thought of stopping Not until after 3 oclock did It That was the time the committee had orig inally Intended to stop the But lib statement was forthcoming from the managers of the dance even be fore tho Mayors ruling was made The committee in chiirse of the dance Included Mr Barrett Wendell Philip and Joseph Grafton now Private Mayor It was a private paid for liy HooperHooper and attended by in being tlie case tlie Cop loyPlaza incident Is closed so far as this office is buch was the finding of Mayor Curley this after a careful Inquiry Into The late Thomas Bubson said the Vwhen corporation counsel s forenoon on a of causing trie death of Irene daughter cl the town auditor of by an illegal The indictment was relumed in the Superior Criminal Court for Suffolk No bill was found against William Hyde who had been alleged to be an accessory before the He is a neighbor of the Klchardsons in Ar is married and has three It was said he gave the girl the money to have the operation In view of all the sym pathy was felt for Hyde and his and the authorities not ask for an indictment against He is a book keeper in No indictment was returned the Mrs Marie as an ac cessory after the because whatever sho may have done was in Middlesex so the Suffolk of Miss Irene Richardson of was in the Cambridge DistrictCourt and was Yield in which were furnished by Anna aiid Delia Watson of They surrendered Mrs Hanson andLieut Edwprfl wiio acted as representative of took Miss Hanson In She is how at the East Cam bridge BOSTON LAWYER CHARGEDJ WITH MORTGAGE FRAUDS secret indictment was returned against a Boston lawyer on a charge of larceny by the Jury in Superior Criminal He will be In court probably His name will not bo disclosed until he is In John Feeney has been retained as his It is said that he a piece property which he obtained three second having made notes In The first transaction is re Middlesex so The first transaction is re Crand Jury was not asked to garded as buT the authorl and Hyde appeared in the District conteivd the from She and Hyde appeal Court in Cambridge and heir tases went over until next but in view of tho action of the Suffolk Grand the prosecution there may be since the Cambridge and the Boston authorities worked in harmony on the and put in all their evidence before the Grand Jury here one person and from another after having borrowed another sub stantial all on a second mort gage is fraud as to the other Ball Coiitluyeil ou the TliHrt Dying Declaration Chief The principal evidence against the doc tor is the dying declaration of the She said she went to his otllce Friday night and there was operated pay ing a certain From there she went to a house In Massachusetts at which Mrs Hanson is a On Wednesday night she was taken from there her home in Arlington and then Dr Harold Webb and Dr Edwin btlckney were called In by her with a view to save her as her condition She was removed Immediately to the Syromea Arlington where she made her dying naming doctor who is under She was 24 and was employed as an assistant In the offlce of her father In j Tcwn Witnesses Before Grand The witnesses before the Grand Jury were Inspectors John George J William Medical Hicamiher Benjamin j a who drove the Mrl with a nurse and her from the house in Massachusetts av to home Drs Stickney and Chief Urauhart of dipt Hurley of Cambridge and Charles a The dying declaration was made In tho presence of Drs Stickney and Webb and GLOBE WANTS GLOBE DISPLAY READ THEM TODAY TOBACCO FOR FRENCH PRISONERS FREE OF DUTY via Jan sent to Germany for Ereneh prisoners of war will be admitted free of customs The Spanish Embassy In which i3 looking French re colyed word to this effect today from German made a asimilar case several years a Case The hearing yi the complaint of as sault and brought by Harold editor of a weekly against Charles which was set for this morning at the Cambridge District was continued until Jan 20 at the request of the defend was the outcome of a uieetlriK pC the two men Jnn during which Carew claims hu was struck In the face by Murphy and his glasses ruling on a similar IHIHB several 1 find that the same condi tions obtained at the i Manager Corporation Counsel Sullivanand the chief of the Licensing were in con ference with nie about the Manager Fogg of the CopleyPtazu informed me that HooperHooper lUred the whole lower lloor and entertained who came as hiH Admis sion was by No money was taken and no tickets were Under those circumstances the party took on the coloring of any party a person might conduct in his Ruling Madeby Mr i Such was the ruling of Corporation Counsel Bulllvan today and such was the ruling of Sir Babson on a previous 1 HCO nothing tor me to do but drop tho Qt the rule requiring all dancing to Bhutidwtfn 2 In tho morning was intended to protect thtf morals of the young girls of the North a SOO ROOMS f per FREE SHOWER BATHS ELABORATE I TABLE dHOTE SUNDAY DINNER Will be served Jn Main Dining Room nnd J Aft Cafe from 1 Bill to 0 SOUVENIR to EVERY LADY P the PLANKED JAPANESE GARDENS 2HHD1 Wilrd The girl did not describe tho but mentioned him by Her statement and the fact that an operation was performed are ttie Btance of the j An Indictment has beeiiIsaued and a more vigorous search will be ihadij for the who is It probable he will appear when he cures the necessary sureties on his bail Dist Atty Thomas and Asst Dist Atty Daniel Mclsaao are handling the Word waa received yesterday that the crime was committed in this and they mediately caused all witnesses to be waauioued before tue Grand Jury lulu Within an hour after veBtlgation iiagan an Indictment was found and MRS HANSON SURRENDERED BY HER SURETIES Mrs Marie charged with being an accessory after the fact of m illegal operation which the death The East Cambridge SAVINGS BANK Incorporated 1804 llus Never Puld Lens Than i Rate Money deposited on or before 15 will draw interest from that Mail check with your We do the DepoiiU Guaranty Fund and Surplus Cam at Stibwtiy lluurn U to 1 HuturdiMK 0 a 13 TUESUAV g no tieer
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