Boston Evening Globe, January 18, 1915

Boston Evening Globe

January 18, 1915

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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 18, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts The Globe Printt the Want in Bocton Became of the Excellent it to Ha Help Wanted Boarders Wanted Business For Sale Use The Ji i t ti i Evenmg Edition VOL LXXXVIINO 18 MONDAY JANUARY 1915TWELVE PAGES PBTOES ONE EVENING islature Ur to Unemplo RUSHING SAYS RYAN SWORE She Galled Mr Mansiieldhy Bad Said She Couldnt Do Anything Dad Enough Against STATE AID FOR UNEMPLOYED Gov Walsh Will Do All That He EXCITEMENT MEXICO When the RyanMansfield breach of promise case was resumed in the third session of the Superior this morn the chauffeur who wouldnt remember1 so frequently whereon stand last was not it to the court thatMa honey was and that Dr Tucker of Salem would vouch for that It was that Mahoney would oe Inieourt tomorrow This sat isfied Judge and the defense put on Its second Mary Gordon of a colored maid at Ferncroft was called and testified to a conversation she had with Miss Ryan whom Memorize These Facts Globes circula tion nearly is in the homes of the best people in all walks of lire in the territory in which it than TSJ of the Globes net paid circu lation over Daily and over Sunday is within 20 of Bostons City Globe offers you the best advertising medium in New a classified and w a n t medium the Globe is No He Will Urge Thai the Legislature If legislative action is not immedi ately taken toward the relief of the un employed Gov Walsh will send a special message to the General Court urging the Importance of finding some work for those in need of he said this afternoon at the conclusion of a which he had today with about 50 prominent citizens Those who called upon the Governoi represented settlement workers anc others interested In the anc were not agitators or down and They wished to present to the Governot the result of their observations among the In the party were Philip Preston Robert Ellen Emily Babb and a number of representatives the Boston Social and settle ment workers of the different houses in Greatej Disorder Approaches That When Madero Died claimed among these peo of Miss often said He s crazy about added the During 19J2did you hettr Miss Ryan call My Mansfield any names What those names Old Any other names a dold Any other names something worse than Miss Ryan Destroyed Do you remember in 1012 that Mis Ryan dcsstroyed articles at Ferncroft Attorney Coakley Interrupted with Just a minute A conference with the court and the stenographer was called the bench and a ment was dictated to him by the Foreman Everett Morse of the jury arose and asked the court for informa tion relative to the testimony at Judge Fessenden gave him the Informa tion In a low What articles did Miss Ryan say she had destroyed The answer was inaudible to the During 1912 did you hear Miss Ryan swear I heard her Have you told all you remember about Miss Ryan swearing and calling Mansfield names All with the exception of a name I dont want to Do you remember any other expres sion she used in 1912 about him In 1913 you were acting as maid for Miss Ryan What She Said on Going On the day she went away did you talk with her What was its nature She say Im going Anything else going away for Anything else She said if she had done anything offensive to the help she was very but that she couldnt do anything bud enough against The witness said that two or three weeks before this Miss Ryan told her she was going away for because Mr Mansfield would not give her any She said Mr Manseflld was I asked her if she going Continued on the Fifth hav those more thanever o been such as clerks in in longshoremen and transpor tation employes who have been out of work1 indirectly by the effect of the European The spokesman for the said that in 25 Angeles Mentioned Prominently as a Possible EL Jan with of his is ex pected to of incident to the flight Saturday frcjm of EUlalio Gutierrez the provisional and the appointment to that place of Roque Gonzalez Mexico City was reported In a condi tion of disorder and excitement ap the is prevailing among this particular class of the unemployed this The Governor expressed his sym is his desire to cooperate in every way to solve this and he had in his inaugural made two recommendations for the Legislature to Gov Walsh furthersaid Vthat neither he nor of the State has a dollar to expend In furnishing employment to the unemployed without action by the He had rec ommended that be appropriated to give employment in the reclamation oi wet lands and for employment on but said it rests entirely with the Legislature whether it will fur nish these The Governor assured his if this matter is not immediately taken up by the Legislature and a legislative committee it will be his and he shall feel it his to send a spe cial message to the Legislature urging the importance of prompt action to re lieve the distressing conditions which prevail among the In addition to the names of those already given there conferred with the Governor John John An secretary of the National Asso ciation on tfce Problem of the Unem ployed Meyer ExRepre sentative John Ignatius Miss Gordon of the Dennison Miss Westcott of the Jamaica Plain Miss McGrady of the Ellis Miss director of Neigh borhood House Miss Miss Beard and Mrs Ernest Codman of the District Nurse Associaton and The commute on agriculture take up the employment of the unemployed on reclamation of wet and the committee on Metropolitan Affairs their employment on morning at at the State It was stated today by Pres Calvin Cooledge of the Massachusetts Senate that so much of the Governors inaugu ral message as refers to relief for the unemployed will have an early hear ing before the legislative committee on The Senate referred the various parts of the Governors message to the proper committees on Friday of last week and the it is will join in the DiazHuerta uprising against the Ma dero Government In i Gen Angeles the Villa who yesterday occupied has appealed for the immediate sending there of contracted for some weeks ago by Philip the American Consul Gen Angeles as desperate the condition of the populace at Angeles probably will proceed at once to Mexico City to assist Villa in his ad justment of abandoning campaign against the Carranza Angeles has been mentioned prominent ly as a possible successor to Villa at the r Codman Stirs Up Medical Mure Was of Ostrich Head in Hill of Back Bay Ring Fees Declared TROOPS MARCHED ON EITHER SIDE OF BOUNDARY Jan 18A squadron f the 9th United States under taj which came from Naco breast of the troops across the Mexi an border of Gen who evacu ted lere last The Mexican troops were not expected o enter Agua Prieta until The tralnload of household goods and he women and children from Vaco has arrived here and crossed the jorder to Agua BUSINESS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE MORE HELP WANTED ROOMS TO LET Advertise In tomorrows THE United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its Rain or snow tonight and Tuesday moderate variable For Southern New England Rain to night Tuesday train or and colder shifting becoming east to south and For Northern New Snow or rain tonight and Tuea day colder Tuesday in Vermont possibly shifting Temperatures at Sam SO 10 below zero New BO 64 St Highland 8 a in Wind 3 miles dense fog 2 miles dense fog and Boston Sam Barome ter inches temperature 40 highest yesterday 49 lowest last night 40 hu mldity 100 percent wind 1 miles dense fog and raining precipita tion The Ternperatiire The thermometer at Thompsons Spa records the temperature up to 8 p m as follows 1014 1015 23 48 C a 41 9 a 13 21 48 48 2pm 26 66 3pm CONGRESSMAN GALLIVAN ON IMMIGRATION BILL Congressman Galllvan made a hurried visit to Boston today to confer with or ganizations interested in the Immigra tion and he told the officials of some of them that he had arranged for a hearing with President Wilson In the Bast room of the White House on Fri Jan in the Big delegations from the and Jewish socltles here have promised to attend to object to the President sing Ing the bill with its literary exclusllon HABEAS CORPUS APPEAL OF DOCKETED Jan habeas corpus appeal of Leo con oil the muraer of Mary Phagan the Atlanta factory was docketed today in the Supreme The Stat of Georgia may now at any time move to have it advanced early hearing Without such action it b reached In the regular course of bus ness for nearly 18 PORTO RICO DISEASE KILLED LANDERS LQB Jan 18Wllllan Niceus United States attornew of Porto died at his home her yesterday i from a tropical disease con traoted in Porto Rico a year M Landers came to California with hi wife and daughter three weeks i the hope that the change In cflmat would benefit his Movements of New steamship Pots from NEARLY ALL TROOPS ORDERED AWAY FROM NACO Jan 18Sec Garrison today ordered Batteries B and C ol the Bth Field which were sent to to stop Mexicans from firing into American to re turn atonce to Fort Sllli All troops at Naco except one squadron of the 10th Cavalry have been ordered to Douglas Ari opposite Agua Prieta The withdrawal from Naco Is in ac cordance with a plan agreed upon be Ben Gen chief of and mfg Gen Tasker lie American forces on the aftei 3en Scott obtained assurancea from the Mexican factions that their fire in fu would be confined to their own ter rlThe6th under the command of Brig Gen Thomas and com posed of the llth 18th and 22d Infantry three batteries of the 6th Field Artlllerj anTflvf of the Bth Cavalry wit march from Naco to trans ma all supplies and baggage by At Douglas suitable cam sites are and the brigade wll remain for the present at that The 2d and 3d Squadrons of the lOt Cavalry will march from Naco to For to awa t or Gen Bliss will return to his head uarters at Fort Sam San No other changes in th border force are contemplated at pros ANXIOUS TO LEARN REAiSON GUTIERREZ Jan 18When Ge Gutierrez left Mexico City yesterda morning he took with him most of th troops garrisoning the Stat Department advices Indicate that Gutlei rez present command Is 6000 an officials here Infer that few soldiers re malned In the capital from the fact th ttrat act of Gen the new Proyls lonul was to utilize the polio force temporarily for military purpose The State Department is particular anxious toknow wnethor Gutierrez ha abandoned all claims to the Provisions or had gone to Pachuo with part of his Cabinet to set up government there In defiance of the Con ventlonallst faction in Mexico So far there has been no conflrmatlp Coutiuuea on the VUth URGEONSiE FOR QUAKEVIGTIMS Pope Has That Sum at Avazzano Is a Wilderness Sev eral Miles Jan work throughout the wifderness created by the earthquake last Wednesday con tinues slowly and under great difficul Every reported excavation serves to verify earlier repoits of the probable though here and de spite the fact that five days have elapsed since the living victims are being released from their prisons of crumbling plaster and fallen Thousands of soldiers and civilians in great Including many members of the gradually are systema tizing the relief worlt and are getting food andshelter supplies over the ob structed roads to stricken towns ami The work thfe Tescue Tlje aicordirrstothe 6aservatore FRENCH By the Turkish Forces Destroy Cannon in Their has sent aid toMl the bishops of the dioceses In the earthquake A fund of lire been received by the Pontiff thus About 7500 2000 of them have reached Rome to Property Loss The property losu probably as indicated oie will exceed lire No official Hg ures are as yet In dozens Of villages citizens who es caped with their lives are still In poig nant fear that new shocks will tumble their buildings about their and are camping out to avoid further dan the seismic disturbances are and none has been reported since Kjs The greatest care Is bSfig exercised Jan French War Office this afternoon gave but an official leading follows Prom the sea to the Oise there was yesterday a violent par ticularly The day saw atillery fighting at certain Near to the northeast of two German at tacks were In the sectors of Soissons and of Rhoims there was no In the region of Perthes there was very efficient marksmanship on the part of artillery on the posi tions of the In Argonne the German attacks on hill to the west of Eoureuil brought no We took pos session of several German field aided German to cross United Dr Ernest Amory Beaconst hyslcian and has resigned his osltlon as chairman of the surgery ommittee of the Suffolk District Medi al Society as a result of feellrrg aroused ver a cartoon he presented to that in which he represented the Back 3ay people as an ostrich with Its head urled in the hill of laying olden eggs for the Back Bay medical Dr Codman in his presented t the January meeting of the sur ical section of the and in is later explanation of its epresents the Back Bay people as per mitting surgical operations upon the ery slightest provocation and paying heir surgeons prices out of proportion o the dltrtculty of performing the given In the cartoon Dr Codman showed an the Back Bay with its head buried in the hill of aylng golden eggs for the Bay nedtcal ring and afraid to raise its lead for fear one might cure In his designation of the Back Bfty when speaking to the members of he Dr Codman named a num er of leading institutions and in cluding Pres Lowell of the Harvard Medical the Massachu setts General Hospital and the Peter Bent Brigham Dr when hecartooned the Back Bay public paying undue sums for unnecessary offended only part of the Suffolk for he found many in the audience who thoroughly sided with his attitude on the Today the society is divided into two one which is with Dr Cod who urges education of the public as to the simplicity of certain opera Jons which are now to be dangerous and other faction defends the action of the supervisory which acceptec Dr Codmans resignation from the chair manship of the surgical section of the Personalities The lecture series on hospital effl clency has been placed In the o the president of the Dr Horaci The meeting at which the cartoon was presented was held Jan 0 In the Boston Medical Library for the o the general question of hospital effl The like others to b held by the was under the dl reotlon of the surgical of whlol Dr Codman was The Imme dlate question was Has It Occurred to You That No Person or Department in a Charitable Hospital is Responsible fo the Surgical and Medical Efficiency After leading Brooklyn an Providence together will Mayor had discussed wh should be responsible for hospital ef Dr Codman faced his seleo professional audience and presented hi he went into de designating Pres Lowell and oth ers as members of the Back Bay drawing from Pres Arnold an opjectlo to his Later such feel Ing was aroused over the matter tha Dr Codman sentin his resignation fron the chairmanship of the committee an the supervisory committee subsequent accepted It Dr Codmans cartoon was intended t CoutluueU the Fifth I to avert disease threatened works to the northwest of Ponta by interrupted water supplies and the Dnormal manner in which the people re now in addition the work of caring for the re busy putting health measures into generally believed while the AVEZZANO A WILDERNESS SEVERAL MILES SQUARE via Jan han 2000 soldiers are at work on the urns of which may be de crlbed as a wilderness extending for everal square Lieut Gen Mar nl is in command of the Sig Minister of Public esti mates that the number of dead in the vezzano district will reabh and hat persons are So altogether ruined is the city that is difficult for the inhabitants to eoognlze even much less indi vidual Prince Giovanni Tor while clambering over piles of roken masonry which was once the In the only part of the forest of La Pretre which Is still in the hands of the We here later repulsed a counter attack and maintained all our In the Vosges there has been a heavy fall of The enemy bom barded but without Inflicting serious RUSSIAN VICTORY OVER THE TURKS IS COMPLETE Jan late com munication from the army of the Caucasus gives some details of the Russian victory at It says During the last three days of the battle of KaraUrgan a violent snow storm raged The conflict terminated In a complete vie TURKS FEAR BRITISH WILL INVADE PALESTINE Jan dispatch to News from Cairo says on the au thority of a missionary who has ar rived there that the Turkish military preparations point to apprehension of a British invasion of The hills around the cor respondent says the missionary told have been fortified and that roads ultable the transport of heavy guns re being constructed from o There is a general belief among the still according to the mission that Emperor William has been onverted to Islam and will under ake a pilgrimage to TELEPHONE GIRL SPREAD FALSE ALARM IN TRENTINO via Jan falsa alarm of an Italian was spread n Trentino by the mistake of a tele phone says a Venice dlspatdh to he newspaper Secolo She re orted that Italian troops were march ng toward one of the easiest joints for invading The authorities never questioned the ruth of the All night Ions oads were blown up and troops wera toward In the morn ng all was ready for the but here was no sign of The tele phone girl Is being JAPANESE TRANSPORT AT HONOLULU FOR SUPPLIES Jan 18The Japanesp naval auxiliary transport Kamakura Maru arrived here yesterday for Sup treet was occupied by my They were people of forming the ntellectual life and enterprise of the Avezzano was an important manufac works and cost trade and The sugar other mills Delia one of the esldential streets of the remarked tor for our afmy Almost every house In that long j Thanks to the efforts of our val ant Caucasian and Turkestan regi as well as the Siberian Cos the resistance of the enemy was broken The rear guards which covered his were de stroyed and the remainder of the Turkish hard pressed on flank and fled toward Our troops found in the ravines parts of Turkish cannon which the fleeing unable to remove through the had pre clpitated from the The pur suit represented a property value of some Prince one of the greatest landed proprietors in is largest loser When seeh by the correspondent he had taken up all working among aiding in the rescue of made are gradually coming to One IB told of a lieutenant of Marchioness Working as a Among the titled women who have come here to aid the injured is the Marchesa dl Sostegno of She Is working as a nurse in one of the seven military hospitals erected In the park nearthe new railroad Incidents in which remarkable rescues were light Cerri Evillo by who came here and located the residence of his He worked some time pulling away but present ly he was assisted hv some After seven hours of the hardest kind of labor he found his alive and not very badly She had been pro tected by an unbroken piece of wall falling over the corner in which she was In another instance a who had believed her daughter must bo alive under the fragments of their She organized a party of women on GERMAN ARMY HAS NE W QUARTERMASTER GENERAL via The Hague and London Jan appointment of Gen Adolf Will von HohenboVn as quartermastei general of the German in sue cession to Maj Gen von VolghtsRhetz who died suddenly of heart failure on Nov JUBt been THREE ARE SUSPECTED OF AIDING GERMAN RESERVES NEW B Jun 18 Barori Karl von Ernes Ward Reallch and Hans th three Germans who have been detains In the provincial left late tpda under armed escort for wher their cases will be investigated by tb Continued on the Fifth Business for sale Estate for sale Advertise In tomorrows fORECAS TOR TODAY RAIN ECONOMY aul sure tu IU bcncllt to Be tlitlfly Start cavIpK Intercut January Dividend A TUL at the rate of Uy SAVINGS BANK 1 of haying 96 Arch 3 Beginning Famous tra heard just the or ;

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