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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 15, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts The Globe b THE Atitenwitnle Medkm in New Globe Make Be Sore to Order for Nwrt Sim days and Globe VOL LXXXVIINO W Evening Edition FRIDAY JANUARY IsT lOlSTWELYE PAGES BT GLOBE NBWSPAPHB PRICE Near Soissons RELEASE ON Decision Applies to the Ships Detained hy Prize AJ1 Connected With Them fill he Prosecuted Judge of Court Must Statement Jan 15Helease on ships Detained In British prize courts will be permitted tiy British Government if the Judge of the court is according to a statement is sued today by the British The Embassy statement says While they cannot give a pledge thai all ships now in prize courts will be re leased on bail being because the decision must rest with the His Majestys in order to re lieve a shortage of are anxious to withdraw ships as little as possible from the carrying trade and there not oppose release on bail of ships now in prize courts if bail is Only seven neutral vessels are present in prize and five ships are detained in the United Kingdom addition at this moment for examination as to character and to destination of her One of these will be released almost andjjo one of them is under the American Be on us out by ordering your advts for Sundays Globe Today IF YOU WANT 1 V To Sell Real To Sell To Sell Your To Hire More To Get To Sell Advertise In the It Pays to Advertise in The order your advts for Sunday and Mon day Ije sure to read next Sundays INCORRIGIBLE PROVES CHARGE Antonio Bevilaqua Was According to a special order which Supt Pierce Of the Police Department issued he proposes to put the so called clearing house pools out of exist He urges members of the depart ment to endeavor to make cases against any person they may discover who has any connection whatever with pools which have become so popular through out this city and the Even holders of tickets will not be immune from The announcement from Police Head quarters caused consternation among the promoters of pools as Friday the big day of the week iii pool cir it being the day on which the man holding the lucky number wins Also it is the day on which tickets for the following week go on The socalled moneydoublers re garded the clearing house pools as a big In some of the pools a weekly ticket costs BO cents and in oth ers 30 or 25 daily prize of was and each day it was possi ble for nine other persons to win a dollar each on Friday the holder of the winning ticket couldcash it in In each pool tickets were printed running from 001 to The three central numbers in the New York clearings were the win ning numbers each Evening papers printing the New York clearings were always In so eager were the moneydoublers learn if they had made a There were so many pools running that it seemed as if everybody haa a pool The clearinghouse pool is even more popular than the baseball pools in existence during the baseball Mr Then Smashed Two Benches and Ran for Screamed and Struggled Enraged at being sentenced to the Con iord Reformatory as a stubborn Antonio of the North tried to jump out of a window In he Domestic Relations session of the Municipal shortly before noon He was prevented from doing ilmself bodily hii i after a strenuous Dattle with two a probation officer and court Patrolman Michael Walsh of the Han overst Station was the complainant against the and declared that he was Judge Sheehan was inclined to give the boy a chance on but probation officer Prank who had Investigated the said that the youth had an un usual temper and that whenever he is crossed he flies into a rase and destroys everything within his Judge Sheehan then decided to com mit the youth to the Concord Reforma This announcement so enraged Bevilaqua that we bolted toward win and after kicking apart portions of two benches used by he tried to open the window and leap into Pem Probation officer court of ficer Ambrose patrolman Pat rick Flaherty of the East Dedhamst station and patrolman Walsh grappled with He squirmed and and it was several minutes befpre the four men succeeded In over powering The the police has been making it unpleasant at his A few days ago he was arrested on a charge of being Idle and but the police failed to sustain the charge In the Municipal That It Is the boy went home and told members of his family that he cared nothing for them and that they could not have him Then he is al leged to have berated his mother and put her out of the locking the He was realrested last THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vi cinity some what colder tonight Saturday fair moder variable For Southern New England Unsettled to night slightly colder in the interior Satur day fair va riable For Northern New England Local rains tonight Saturday variable For Eastern New York Partly cloudy tonight and Satur somewhat colder Gentle to moderate mostly northwest to Temperatures at 8 a in New York Washington Chi cago Boston 8 Barome Inches 38 high est 34 lowest JtbBl 33 Ul percent wind five wiles IN CUSTODY OF COURTOFFICER Malioney Is So Placed During I Dont Witness Still Towns Are early He Admits Telephoning to With both principals in the trial of the RyanMansfield breach of promise case was resumed this morn ing in the third session of the Superior iCourt before Judge Fessendeh and a Miss wearing a large sat with other witnesses outside the Mansfield sat with his Supt Pierce would not make any com ment on his special order this Around Police Headquarters it was up to the men to go out and make While the agents and promoters were warned and are now working holders of tick ets have been urged not to do too much talking or exhibit their HON HAROLD PARKER SMILED WEN FINED Jan 15Hon Harold Par a member of the State Forestry and formerly chairman of the Massachusetts Highway Commis very unlike the usual defendant in a court case who frowns when a fine is assessed upon smiled blandly at Judge Jonathan Smith this morning when the latter accepted a plea of nolo contendero and ordered Mr Parker to ipay a fine of Mr Parker was a victim of a law that he helped to put through the Legisla He owns a big estate at Lancas and because of his familiarity with the State through his trips as a High way and also realizing the danger from needless he helped to get the bill on the booUs making It an offense to start a fire without a per mit from the fire On a nice crisp Nov 13 Mr with two of his be gan trimming off the shrubbery on his there was a lot of brush lying it was decided to burn up some of the Mr Parker neglect ed to get a The which had breezing took a notion to whistle a merry tune and tfoon it was playing tag with a lot of the These frisked about the and soon some of the trees were Mr Parker and his hired men did a woodland seeking to put out the and finally they suc without any help from the But the smoke up and told its tale And an eagleeyed fire warden noticed He climbed to the estate to find out who set the Now Mi Parker has always been known as thor oughly and he assumed all the So the warden said he would have to summon Mr Parker into i Strange to that was what Mr Parker He told the warden that the fire having been set without the law had been fab the summons was issued and the case came up Mr Parker cheerfully paid the and told the court that it was a Just for he wanted It understood that the law is a good one and that all the fire wardens in the State should be upheld regardless of whom they He made no and when the case ended he was about tha most cheer ful man in the for his law had been upheld at his own Now he will have his little as Home of the motorists did on a mem ber of the Highway Commission in Mr Parkers when the first speed law was enacted and one of the first to come under its ban was a highway com AT NORTH About noon today tire was discovered in the ceiling of the outward baggage room at the North The firemen had to do work with axes before they could get at The damage The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 3 p m aa follows 3am 12 m 1014 18 20 30 3d 88 38 Messrs Sullivan and within the bar The courtroom and the corridor were again it hav ing been intimated that the defendant might take the stand Yesterday attorney Sullivan outlined the defense ami put on as his first wit ness Timothy Mahoney of who had been employed as a chauffeur by Mansfield at This wit ness testimony especially In to ever taking Guy Morrlll and Miss Ryan out in the auto or to a Bos ton largely consisted of I doht Today the witness again replied to numerous questions put him by attorney I dont remember or I dont The attorney tried to find out if Ma loney had1 talked with anybody about the Yesterday attorney Sullivan said in court that he thought Mahoney was his witness before he canie to While the witness was Insistently re I dont the court declared a During this recess I ask that the witness be placed in the custody of a court said attorney replied the I think he setter not talk to any one just The witness was taken in charge by court officer Met Lawyer In Asked today if he had not seen a lawyer in Peabody last the wit ness said he had met one in Peabody I saw no one he Today I saw you and Mr Didnt you see any other lawyer in the depot today Been to an attorneys office in Bos ton since yesterday afternoon The witness said people had been call ing him but he could not see in the courtroom any people who had called him this The witness said in reply to further questions that certain of Mansfields witnesses had tried to talk with him about the but he had declined to discuss Mr Ronan tried to talk with but he didnt get anything out of said the Were you not spoken to by a lawyer other than Mr Ronan I cant You were summoned here last Sat urday You were summoned In my office Before you came to my office you telephoned to Mr Mansfield that you wanted to see did you not I telephoned to And you wanted to see him prob ably There was answer to this You had previously made arrange ments to come and see Mr Ronan at 7oclock last Saturday night tele phoned to him at the District Court In Salem last Saturday morning VICTORY VIEW OF DI Oneof the Badly I Dont To a dozen further questions the wit ness dont He did not recall havingreferred to various hotels In He did say he had mentioned a lot of The lot dwindled down to This was In con nection withhis visits to Boston with the There was some controversy as to whether the witness In his answers meant I dont remember or I dont The court told the witness to steady Alter this the witness used both phrases in his The witness said that ho didnt know how many questions he had answered With his I dont Attorney Sullivan then continued his examination of the You did drive a man with Miss Ryan from the Back Bay station to a hotel in Bostonon one occasion7 And the hotel was fane other than the Brewster I think it Was the Adams IJIdnt you Bay lust Saturday that you had driven them to the Thorndlko 01 TMr Jan shifting on reports that continue to trickle in now place the death tolls from Wednesdays earthquake at and the in jured at a figure in excess of possibly of victims are still buried imprisoned by the wrecking of their while rescuers from every walk of life struggle desperately to dig them King Victor who returned to Rome from Avezzano last personally superintended the re lease of a number of such The King reached the capital in his private to which were attached three coaches bearing 40 like the other hundreds who are slowly reaching were distributed about the regular and in the Pope Benedict this morning offered to the Mayor of Rome the use of the hospital of Santa which he visited The offer was gratefully ac and its 300 beds serve as a material relief for the difficult T Avezzano and Sora Blotted The principal loss of life and probably the chief property damage appears to have occurred in Avezzano and the town of 15 miles Both these munic ipalities were blotted out of existence and their pop ulation virtually wiped The latest reports place the number of dead in Avezzano at and in Sora at In at least 60 other towns affected more than 6000 have been From these towns come the majority of the In Avezzano and Sora almost every one was The situation in Avezzano is increasingly grave because of the destruction of the aqueduct system and the consequent shutting off of the water Com munications are slowly being and two hastily improvised hospitals and one refugee camp have been set American Embassy Staff The rescue forces have been augmented by the staff of the United States Embassy at despatched to Avezzano in automobiles by AmbassadorThomas Nelson The secretaries and attaches carried supplies of clothing and pro visions for the on tli4 Fifth German Trenches Stormed and StrategicPoint Captured v i f Zouaves in Bayonet Attacks Take Positions North of 31 Cuutluueii m the Third Jan French official report refers very briefly this after noon to the military situation to the northeast of It says the Germans yesterday occupied the vil lage of St close to but the French at once drove thorn With the exception of the custom ary artillery a spirited infantry encounter in the Vosges In which the French claim the and a successful infantry charge near this afternoons report contains little that is The text of the communication fol lows From the sea to the Lys there were yesterday artillery engage some of them quite We made progress nearLombaertzyde md near To the north of Arras a brilliant attack by Zouaves resulted in the capture at the bay onet of the positions of the enemy near the road between Arras and In this same at Targette and at as well as at a point to the north of in the region of our artillery secured the advantage over that of the German batteries were reduced to two pieces of artillery were a depot of ammunition was exploded and field works in course of construction were de a point two kilometers a mile and a quarter northeast of the Germans yesterday attacked the village of St They entered the but we lost no time in re capturing In the region of Craonne and near Rheims there were yesterday violent artillery during the course of which the batteries of the enemy were frequently reduced to In the region of In the and on the bights of the there has been nothing Im portant to We have destroyed the foot bridges set up by the Ger mans over the River Mouse at St and in the forest of Ailly wo repulsed an attack upon the trenches taken by us Jan In the to the south of we repulsed the GermauB after a spirited infantry We broke through their barbed wire entanglements and occupied their J Along the rest of the front there is nothing to BIG VICTORY FOR THE BRITISH AT LA BASSEE Jan Havas Agency has received a dispatch from St dated Jan which relates a British victory an advance near La Bassee of one me sage follows The by an Impetuous at stormed the strongly intrenched German position near La Bassee at 2 this after a vigorous preliminary This is an important strategic and Its occupation represents an advance of one The British losses were but the Germans lost Many Germans wera taken Continued on the Third Order your Sunday Globe advts Order next Sun days Globe from your news dealer You Can Start an account with with any amount from 5c to no matter where you Send for our Leaflet It explains how safely and conveniently you cun do your ImnlilnK by Deposits made up to 28 draw interest from that dividends for 10 Increaucd our surplus account Inut Total amiIs oyer Dividends of 1A paid ID with Vi extra In Ulvl dunds iialil by mull It CHARLESTOWN FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK Thompson Char ten FOREGISTwTODAY CLOUDY EVERY BODY LOVES
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