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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 12, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts                                p MORE HELP WANTED Advertise in Tomorrows Globe Advertisements Bring Good Help and Plenty of Evening Edition VOL LXXXVIINO 12 TUESDAY JANUARY 1915TWELVE PAGES BY GLOBE NliWSIAPKR PRICE ONE CENT EVENING Mayor Curley Raids Chinatown BREEDING PLACE FOR ALL GERMS Surprise Visit to Oxford Made With PI Two Houses Seen Are Suspected of Being Gambling LOUVAINS DAYS OF HORROR Men Exiled for Wives Were and Children Herded With out Food or Dis guised as Traveled With The following is a continuation of the story of Mary Boyle begun in yesterday afternoons of her experiences at Louvain during the fire and her flight into reprinted from the Missionary of Dublin The Oxfordpi section of Chinatown waw visited this morning by Mayor Cur accompanied by Police Sergt Mar tin King of tho LcGrangest Station and Commissioner Patrick OHearn of the Public Buildings The descent on Oxford pi was in the nature of a surprise on the occupants of suspected judging from the the as some called Advance nbtices of this visit have been published on at least three different yet the fact that it resulted In a surprise only goesto show that the Chinamen do read the Boston papers very As a result of the surprise the Mayors party found and noted the fol lowing articles in the various houses inspected In two tables which might be if the occasion called for as card tables one dirty sewer pipes in need of repairs and a stove that once Total Real Estate Ad vis In the Globe during This was more Real Estate advts than appeared in any other Boston might have served as a cook but is only fit for the junk A breeding center for germs of all remarked the The alley at the rear was little better than a clump for the unloading of all sorts of There for samples of old empty an old shoe and a dead No fire escape was to be found at 1 Oxford At 11 some was expe rienced by means of a massive door that resisted all efforts to push it knocking failed to arouse the Finally an who appeared to be familiar with other ways of getting went to the and aroused out of sleep a China who appeared to be in charge of lie The Mayors on found themselves in in almost the window f which had been closed with Jight and were supplied through two narrow slits in the The police sergeant explained that the place was under suspicion as being a An open sewer he was to conceal cards in he event of a 6 was destitute of Mayor Curley decided then and there hat he had all he desired of raiding for ne and directed the chauffeur to nake for City Hall with all of ourse respecting the Real Estate For SaSe To Let Or Wanted Advertise in the Help Wanted and Board and Booms advts in the Globe bring the best Read the Uncle Dudley Edi torial CAFE BOVA 96 Arch 3 Doors from Sunime Table dHote Luncheon for Ladle and The Playgoers DESCRIBED BY MARY BOYLL OREILLY HOUSE DEBATING WOMANSUFFRAGE Rule Allowing This 209 to Then Six Hours of Actual Debate PLEA OF GUILTY MADE BY 79 MEN Jan f the 114 Terre Haute men indicted by he Federal Grand Jury for election rauds pleaded guilty today before Judge Anderson in the Federal De murrers to the indictment were filed for Mayor Donn Judge Eli Red man and Sheriff Dennis Charged in a Federal Indictment with onsplracy to corrupt the election of in Terre 114 ncludlng Mayor Donn were rratgned before Judge Anderson f the United States District Court here According to local the Terre iaute investigation marks the first time hat the Federal Government has ever ittempted to have Jurisdiction over the lection Frank United States District Attorney for In who personally worked up the asfi before the Grand is working n the theory since a United States enator and a member of Congress were chosen In the any efforts o manipulate the election Illegally con rtituted fraud United Included among the 114 persons ar are 10 city and county among them being the city city chief of two members of the city board of the sheriff and a Judge of the Circuit Then there are 14 city employes holding minor while the remainder of the group is composed of saloon keepers and socalled but chiefly of men with occupation THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity Rain tonight Wednesday fair and colder northeast to north increasing to a moderate For Southern New England and Eastern New York Rain to night Wednesday partly cloudy and some what colder moderate northeast to north For Northern New England Snow or rain probably snow Wednesday local except fair in Vermont colder wind becoming north east and probably moderate Temperatures at 8 a m 24 42 New 42 38 The Temperature The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m as follows 1014 0 a 1 2 p 3 p Suffragists and Antis in Separated Jan After an hour and half of debate the House today 209 to a special rule for considering the proposed Mondell Cln stiiutlonal amendment for woman suf and then settled down to six hours of actual debate before voting on whether to submit the resolution to tho States for The overwhelming vote In favor of the rule was by no means indicative of the sentiment on the resolution Many who voted for the rule1 in order to iring the question up for a yes and no ote announced their intention of voting against the resolution The debateon the rule had been bringing support and opposi ion from all The real which began at 1 p with six hours to brought out the heavy artillery of oth sides and promised a vote some ime after 7 this Debate Was To the applause and cheers of sup lorters of tooth sides on the tacked in opposite the House jlunged Into a debate fully as spectacu ar as that which attended the vote on he prohibition amendment some time i Representative chairman of the Judiciary led off the debate n opposition to the He lelieved that if the question were voted in by women more than SO percent vould vote against Debate on the special rule had been oncluded by the floor leaders of the Republican and Democratic Rep esentatlve Mann supporting the amend nent and Representative Underwood op iosing The Mondell resolution would submit o the States for their approval an amendment to the constitution insert ng a new as follows The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or bridged by tho United States or by a ttite on account of Congress shall mve power by appropriate o enforce the provisions of this artl All of the feminine forces that have aken part In the suffrage campaign were present at the Capitol The officers of the National American Wom ans Suffrage Association and kindred organizations ahd the officers of the Na ilonal Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage were assigned places in the Suffragists and antisuffra lsts were on hand to see the first leg slative consideration of the question of suffrage In The antlsuffraglsts were enthusiastic n iheir predictions that the attempt to secure suffrage for women through Fed eral means would They declared that the suffragists would not muster more than onethird of the votes in the although twothirds are neces sary to submit the amendment to the The suffragists claimed to have a It was believed that the determina tion of the Democratic leaders to allow a direct vote on the suffrage question would result in the adoption of the special rule without a record This would bring the final vote on the bill early tonig 10115 3 I a 4C 41 Renting an Underwood Typewriter i sound certain to Increas your The Machine You Wll Eventually 214218 Devonshire at On Aug 24 Louvain was a city of ap proximately On Aug 28 it was a city in The uni the the art treasures were More awful not a woman or child of the popula tion remained to testify what had hao in villages three miles in Tirle an important town 15 miles to the in 20 miles to the practically nothing was known of the lost people of Without in or an auto cratic war lord crowded them on to troop trains and railroaded them into The van of that army of women and Louvain on the night of AUB Five practically prisoners of war on a troop saw the heart stricken victims Other crowded with men are said to have followed during the next two This is probably On the night of Aug 30 heavy trains filled with exiles from Louvain were stalled at I because I was Released from arrest as a war corre I hurried down the river to In an invested filled with refugees and no one notices a stranger more or jBelow in the railway cut stood trains full of weeping A few overdriven volunteers distribut ed bottles of To secure a bucket and cup made one a Throats parched with eyes saturated with they crowded to the train pleading to be told where they were One calmer than the rest as a tired child whispering her Ten years of my life were spent in I iving or retaining releases among the prisoners in so that I believe I am able to extract difficult But in answer to my repeated question if a specially select woman knew of crime committed on another woman I heard various always with the same On the night when we 7000 to lay in the fields near St Verorv German officers came to many and each many to the women who could hear him You must lie down and You must recommend yourself to the Madonna and go to You must believe that you ars that she will protect In Gods be We are we are not Working from this evidence I have come to distrust any report of the violation of Belgian Pray Lest God Forget To resume the prisoners After two or I cannot we too were put Into troop We do not know what we have to be treated like We do not know where our relations or how we shall ever find We do not know where we Some of the guards say we must go to a place called But they are Paderborn is not a place for women at We have heard of it It Is an enormous camp between Cologne and the permanent camp of five German army Being pris oners we can do nothing but wait and pray lest le bon Dleu forget the women of that settled it for If such i things were being done in I Ten Days of This is you Then 10 i felt that some neutral should learn days ago Germans entered what was going on within the cordon Then we knew we must The city had been King Alberts When the King and Army withdrew Louvain was an unfortified city filled with women and old people and We being the Prussians came upon the 9th Army They made barracks of our stabled their horses in our stacked their stores in the The crypt of the cathedral was filled with their small The people of Louvain had been disarmed for a A man paid with his life for concealing a Night after night Uhlans entered our houses to search for Then they made us Only one of a family could leave the house once a It was forbidden to light a candle after dark lest the flame might serve as a In the streets were all smoking their loot of the cigar half drunk with wine and The Germans re pulsed at routed at fell back on These were allday cavalry The returning Uhlans were And the German Governor forbade us to close our house doors day or night Without our without we women lived in Such a state cannot g Crowd Gathering at 8 A M in A driving rainstorm failed to dis courage a recordbreaking At 8 this morning the first arrivals went into the House galleries to await the beginning of the and an hour before the session opened nearly all the unreserved seats for women were In the mens there were vacant scats When the women doffed their water proof coats tho purple and yeilow ban ners and sashes of the suffragists filled the galleries with a wave of A Whole block of reserved seats was oc cupied by women wearing the broad satin Many brought their knit ting and needle and passed the Continued on the TJitrtl Driven Out of Homes In Tuesday night the city was in an Some claimed that defeated dragoons were coming in from Tirle mont some cried that Russian and French students of the university had fired upon the No one waited to learn the Before midnight Uhlans with bayonets drove us from our women and children were marched into the fields near St There we tank down In a vast Only the children the others dared not There were armed guards and machine guns all around At dawn the men were lined then they were marched The guards told us that we should never see them that they were going into Ger many to work in some Before noon the women with children were called Heartbroken and wailing they staggered on to the It took hours to get them in Then seeing a plowed ran to it and scooped some of the earth into her Hundreds of others did The soldiers told us trains were waiting to carry us across Belgium tnto We women who remained It was but there was no The sky was hidden by the smoke of the burning Our guards brought us water and a little but we could not At night we crept together and prayed that God would protect In the dark we could see the fire spreading and pproximately 100 by 50 which the male population had largely At home I live alone with my with Voltaire a cat and Mahmoud Abderhammed Pasha a terrier and once a year I drop out of an ultrarespectable existence to taste real life as a working woman choosing some industry in which the remedial legislation needed to safeguard the workers can only be secured when Investigation has discovered legal evi Having been a cottonmill hand and a cannery girl and a laundry I felt sure that I could pass In a crowd as a Belgian But to do so I had to get to Tlrlemont on In Liege all the horses were and no motor car could be I found one man whose name cannot be mentioned until tho great peace is signed believing I could help his poor offered to take me in his car into the battle MR MANSFIELD WANTSLETTERS Miss Ryans Earliest Counsel Has THOUSANDS GO EVERY WEEK Germans Report French Losses Heavy Mr French Claim Victory Between Meuse and Contest in Breach of Promise Case About What She Received and Had Charged to Jan great armies battling in the eastern and western arenas of the war by artillery ex sapping operations and trench continue to be aligned today much as they were on the 1st Everywhere the disposition seems to be to await the coming of with fresh armies thrown into the events promise to move more Great Britain is sending thousands of men to France every and ac cording to todays reports from Ber aware of is mak ancl in this battle con are estimated at 3500 An attempt of the French to make an attack at to the south of St on the River There is nothing new to report from East The Russian attempt to advanca Northern Poland was unsuccessi Our the districtto the west of the Vistula River have made progress in certain notwith standing the bad On the eastern bank of the Pilica River Southern the situa tion continues the Are You Prepared to Die It was all even to the country womans skirt I was to when my hostess brothei came to He seemed a harmless old rather or at least I thought Quite his sister told him what the following day would He put three innocentsounding to answer which disclosed all my and then My are you prepared to die you know my I am or I was not at that nor have I the least wish to if you will believe that harmless looking old looked as mild as a rabbit up and informed me that un til I was prepared to die he would com mandeer the only obtainable motor In Liege I come from a country whore we recognize a showdown at the drop of the So 1 Mon I have done some odd things to maicean inves tigation but repenting of my sins is about the here Whereupon he heard my observe Never at any time he try to dissuade me from at tempting to walk across the He merely with quite charming that I should try to notify him through my Ambassador when I had finally reached When 1 wrote i week later I was ahie to tell him except for being hit by a Uhlans gun I had never once been nor even questioned as to why I was In the military nor where I was Which gives me reason for some and makes me less prone to liken quiet old priests to At I droppeil out of the Joined 300 awl with them walked to We ate raw beets and slept in the I wrote my notes on the pale silk lining1 of my This was the sixth day of the trial of the breach of promise suit brought by Elizabeth Ryan against Harry the proprietor of Fern croft It was the sixth day also for Miss Ryan on the The crowd outside the courtroom wag er than on previous Atty Sullivan continued his crossexamination of the He asked her further questions touch ing her relations with certain and what money she had received from Mansfield when they parted in Septem Miss Ryan has testified that her let ters and effects were burned up at the Ferncroft She said she had some other which she had left at the office of Sherman who originally took her The forenoon was largely taken up by attorney Sullivan in an attempt to com pel the production of these Was Given Money When She Miss Ryan was queried about her visits to two doctors and about certain circumstances when she left Henry Mansfield on Seot Some few days before you left Fern croft Inn there was some talk about 5500 she was answering And in that talk about 5pO there was some talk about you borrowed for the waiter may have What was Tommys name I dont Was it Tom LuccaV I dont Miss Ryan said she moved her furni sending it to Connecticut that Mansfield told her to move and thnt Doubts Wholesale Violation Just here I want to tell that all over Belgium and in France It is practically accepted that German commanders turn over every captured city or town to the who are then free to violate the Under normal conditions no woman will ac knowledge such Here with thousands of women broken by I looked to discover the truth on this point if only that I might report it to In the court of last will add the dust in the dust we call public TO BE CONTINUED TOMORROW Installation at Jnn officers of Albert Burton of were installed last night by Deputy Hosmer Keeney and Visitors were present from the and There was a with general en tertainment and addresses by Com mander Moore of tho Patriotic Instructor Charles Coombs of the Mrs Blake of the and Chaplain Eugene Coombs of the was paid for the movin On the Sth 5 Held A On the Sth you got from Mans And on the 9th you got I left on the How did that happen I left Ferncroft on the How did I get It I dont Hiss You cashed them at the Salem Trust Com pany but how did when 1 left on the 8th that After being shown two checks for do now say you received but 200 from Mansfield before you There was a controversy over the question and It was Just about the time you either the day you left or the day you received money I know there were bills to pay and he gave me the money to pay Regarding what she did with this money Miss Ryan said I paid Mr bought a few little things 1 and I guess that took It Who la Mr Moe A clothing dealer in New via Jan French troops were ordered to take Continued on the Tlilril Read the Classified advts in todays Globe Want advts bring the best The East Cambridge Incorporated 1854 Has Mover Paid Less Ilmn Hate for 1914 ing great preparations for a counter FRENCH VICTORY BETWEEN All the reserves are be ing called to the it is declared and the further statement I is made that the German are gathering up the reins to assume ac tive direction of all the that is to the AustroHungarian fight against Servia and Russia and the Turkish campaign against Russia and Great is the schedule mili tary observers in London believe will be to any change which the entrance into the war of Rumania or Italy might Germany still claims that she is making slow progress toward War There have been published in reports that these operations are merely masking movements to shield a German re treat to the Silesian British military observers do not credit this believing that Gen von Hindenburg has further offen sive but at the same time they draw attention to the fact that the Russians must feel confident of Warsaws safety else they would not continue to hurl so many troops against Hungary through In the western arena the points of greatest interest are in the near and on the French right in Here the fighting continues while the rest of the line is virtually Bills Charged to Mr Miss Ryan said she luul been treated by a Dr Hamilton of Boston after leav ing Ferncroft Inn1 and by a Dr Asked if she charged the bill to Mr she I went to his phy You got WOO from Mansfield on the Bth or 9th of September She said she went to see a physician before leavingFerncroft Inn and went to Dr George for an Xray examination for her and had Mansfields permission to do Asked why she she replied He told me to do of course I dont know what you are trying to get She said permission to see the two doctors WHS given her long before she left and added I did not say he nave me per mission to see them nfter I left Asked if she had had work done on her auto aftor leaving Mansfield and had charged it up to witness re plied I dont know as I Q Did you get any goods and charge them to Mansfield after you left him I dont Did you go to any Boston stores and Continued on Tblrd GERMANS SAY FRENCH LOST HEAVILY SOUTH OF CERNAY by Wireless to Jan German official state ment issued in Berlin today says In the western theatre Insignifi cant engagements are talcing place south of the canal of La but so far without French troops last night mude an attack on our positions to the south of Carnay but they were repulsed with heavy liarly this morning the battle was resumed in this French attack which started yesterday afternoon in the region of Perthea between Rheims and the withered away before our the enemy suffering very heavy In the Argonne forest a French vantage point was taken on the Ro man high la this engagemont two officers and 140 men fell into our In the battles on the eastern aide1 of the Argonno we have taken since Jan including those already men one three 13 lieutenants and 1600 The total including killed V I Monoy deposited on or before 15 will draw interest from that Mail check with your We do the Deposits Guaranty Fund and Surplus 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