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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts                                TflE BOSTON JAmiAICY 1919 I At Ideal Family Loaf The dandy A new 12 inches width and height just right to cut a handy size More slices to the which means greater The firm tefcture of PeaceTime Bread enablea you to cut and butter even thc thinnest slice without breaking or A fine tasting true Ward with wheat floor only no substitutes and wrapped by machine at tho ovetis to keep it fresh and MRS LEE CHARGED WITH KILLING HUSBAND i i i Judge Day of South Boston Court Said That I He Would Allow Bail if Amount Was Set The low cost of IDEAL Heating Patronize Your Neighborhood Dealer Cire if 1csir Rafttlar Avoiding rTaate and WARDS FARFAMED BREADS TIPTOP MOTHER HUBDARD DAINTYMAID WHEATHEART ROMANV RYE YANKEE RYE LONG IDEAL FAMILY LOAF Make sure the name WARD is back of ANY variety of Bread or Cake yon buy and you are certain of getting the highest grade bakery WARDS FARFAMED CAKES SILVER QUEEN SUNKIST GOLD FAIRY SPONGE DEVILS DREAM KUKUNO GOLDEN NUOOET CREAMY SPICE SOUTHERN PRIDE We put the name WARD in all our Forward Onward Upward Toward Keeping the Quality UP Mrs Norn of 66 Baxter South was arraigned In the South Boston Court this morning before Tudge William Day on a charge of murder of her Coleman aged at their homo on the night Jan 13 or the morning of Jan Juclso Day found probable cause and she was held for the Grand Judge Day said that he would be wilt ing to allow the woman to bo released on hail it tho district attorney would set an Sorst Hugh Kourke of Division E was detailed to fret Into com munication with the district attorney to j settle the amount of Dtst i heard pas wns very strong in the kitchen of tho Lee Jeremiah special duty officer at Station that he accompanied terst Rcmrko to the house on Baxter and that he told Mrs Leo he wanted her to come to the station the station lie allied her to make a and said that she related Use story to him that she had a quar re with her husband tho n I if lit of Jan and that at she left the house and went and bought some i to awaken her she said shu door to her home wns said I she forced the door open and then went to her room and went to In the j Atty Fielding said that it was up to Dist Atty Pelletier himself to make an appropriate Mrs Lee appeared in court this morn mp by She was arrested last after the police had investi gated the death of Mr which was reported to the station house shortly after 6 oclock Tuesday Jan The arrest was made that after noon by Sergt He was in charge of the For the defend nit s sound and thought it was from thc She went there and then found there was nothing On turningshe saw tho hole in thc gas Krnest a gas was present as a witness to explain the workingof the gas Witnesses for Defense Attorney OConnor called Taylor as his first Joseph Taylor ex lain Taylor Jtr OConnor examined the witnesses and mad the Jlr Taylor took of tho work of recording the HEARING ON PETITION OF MRS TUTTLE Asks That Former Husband Be Ordered to Support Her Grant of the Suffolk County Pro ruit today gave a hearing on a tiiiion of Mrs Jessie May that her former Walter a Boylstonst be ordered to sup port Mr and Mrs Tuttle were married in Baltimore Oct and then camo to Boston to On May a Paul was DjmeslSc troubles of the led a separation on Sept and tliev nave not lived together little later both riled libels for divorce in Suf folk each aliening desertion Both of these libels were Mrs Tuttle went to Maine in the ERVICES FOR LIEiJT Li lilt Ii 11 Ii lilt 1 1 itUirneys Charles OConnor and sketch of the house at 60 Baxter said that the front door of the house showed signs of havinir been forced lie said that the room m which Mrs Leo slept the night of the death was about three or four feet from the gas meter across a hall A door separated the hall from the Kitchen and the gas meter was located in Ihe The room in which Lee died was off the Mrs Rose wife of John De was the next She said that there had been loud talking up to and that Mrs Lee then At that she she heard a noise at the gas meter as though money had been dropped in and she noticed that the gas In her home came up and went and until she went to bed the motion Mrs Mary OToole daughter of the defendant and step daughter of was the next called said her mother was drunk on the night of the in Action in France Services in memory of the late Sam uel Mandell d of this city and Ham first Oth Aero Squad Air killed in ac tion Nov at South were held in Emmanuel New bury this Rev Eiwood rector of tiie and Rev William Thay of St Marks School The chosen from his friends of St Marks and where Lieut Mandell was a member of the class of were From the air Arthur Lieut Lieut Charles Lieut Sergeants Testimony The Government called Sergt Anthony Fltzpatrick as its lirsl Sergt Fitzpatrick said that he went to the house at Oi Baxter about last Tuesday morning in answer to a tele phone He said that when he went there Mrs Lee was He investigated and found a chair under the gas meter and on the chair was a He said there was hole in the gas meter and at that time the gas had been shut off that Lee was dead in bed with part of his clothing still Later the ser geant said he had a conversation with Mrs Lee and she said that she went to her husbands room at to wake him for his work and she found him The sergeant said that she admitted that she had a quarrel with Lee the night The officer said he asked her what could have made the hole in the and she said that didnt unless it was handing the sergeant a small piece of Iron which she took off the The iron was pointed at the end and the point fitted the hole in the Patrolman Charles Crowley of Division 6 accompanied Sergt Fltzpatriek on his first visit to the house and corroborated the evidence of the He said i that he had a conversation with Mrs Lee i and asked her of she was glad that Coleman was and that she said she was He said that a dog ap peared and he asked her if she TS7a a TTiTlarl woulrt rather have the dog alive than VV do IVillcll I Coleman and said she ad j mitted she would prefer the John who lives at GG llax ter on the second floor of the said that he returned from a show about Monday Jan and no ticed an odor of He said that lie endeavored to trace the hut couldnt find He said he met Mrs Lee coming into the house and told her the leak must be in her and then went to In the he he was awak ened by a call from Mrs He paid that he went upstairs to the Lee home and found the gas burning in the kitch He said he turned off the also opened the In the kitch he there was a very strong odor of He said that he saw a chair and hammer under the very Quarrel in a Store Leonard who keeps a and on Feb 1U13 a decree was entered in favor of Dr who was ordered to pay his of as alimony and During the seating of the congregation 1 Albert U organist of the I the support of his A year and half later Dr Tuttle married It was claimed by counsel for Dr Tuttle that Mrs Tuttle was barred from maintaining her petition for sep arate support because the courts of Maine had taken swer of Mrs Tuttles attorney was that the proceedings in Maine were because at the time both Dr Tuttle and his wife were domiciled in Judge Grant did not decide the but said he had an impression that it came within the decision of the SuI preme Court in Chapman vx Chapman in which it was held that a divorce pro cured by Chapman in Dakota by collusion was as at the time I both parties were residents of I a lumn i OI tile I lb a week for Funeral Tho j viu a week tor choir entered sintrinir The Srrifo Mrs Lee was in his store at the and that the two had a quarre Mrs Lee Testifies Mrs Nora Lee then took the She said that she was She re called clearly all that took place on the night of the She said that her husband came home drunk and that he took more liquor while in the She said that he acted very queerly many times on coming and that ne called her vile and obscene She said that at she threatened to fix meaning that she would have him and she went out of the but In answer to a question rrom Mr OConnor she admitted that she was only bluffing her husband and that the reason she went out was to buy some liquor for She said that she didnt smell gas when she returned from her visit to the and drank her liquor and went to She said that the next morning she awakened and went to the room and admitted that in trying to awaken him she used profanity She said that recently she had been ill with influenza and that she has since betn affected with nasal trouble and had trouble in She said that when she came back from the saloon her front door was locked and that she forced it said she saw her husband tamper with the meter several weeks and she made him The scratches made then still on the she said and the hole in the meter was in the center ot the I used to feel cheap in my own home whenever callers kept on their and I real ized my house was chilly and drafty as a When the cold winds there was spotty heating in the rooms on the protected side of the and on the windswept side of the house there was utter I threw out the oldtime heating and put in IDEALAMERICAN Heat like I have proved at my factory and office is reli and gives utmost This protective heating in the home as well as in the office is my best mfAN IDF AI Now offered at 25 reduc X tion to quicken and increase RADIATORS new building and remodeling We stopped pushing the sale of IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators because iron was so greatly for but with the ending of the war there is a popular demand to find construction work for the returning Hence we have made a 25 price reduction to stimulate and the chang ing of old heating devices which have been so wasteful of The ARCO WAND Vac uum Cleaner is cellarset and piped from floor to Put in any new or old home without tearing Now also made in two sweeper size for office Fully Lasts for Sold on Easy Pay Send for i Todays ideal bargain in heating IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators free you from the ancient pests of ash coalgas annual stor repair In all the world they have no their use in over a million public farm and city old or at home and Money put into these outfits is an an Accept no substitute No higher than asked for ordinary Fully To secure 5700 winter hours yearly of IDEAL Heating comfort and econ and to take advantage of price ask for book free IDEAL Phone your local dealer today for Put in quickly without tearing up or disturbing present heater until ready to start fire in the IDEAL IDEAL Bjlleri have large fuel pots in which the air and coal gaaea thoroughly mix an in a modern gas or oil man tle or thus ex tracting every bit of the heat from the Easier to run than hoir entered singing The Strife is They also fing Sun of My Soul which the hoys at St Marns sing regu larly at their service every Sunday My to a single stanza of the The Star Spanned Ban ner and as a recessional he the to this He said that he saw Lee again the same j at and that Lee was not very drunk although he had been drink and knew what he was doing In the he Mrs Lee awakened him and lie went to the Lee home with Delaney and Mrs On examination by Sergt Rourke he said that he recalled Mrs Lees dnce Glad to Be Ricl of Him She was asked if she was sorry he was dead and she said that in her she was sorry for his untimely death but siie was glad to be rid of liim Attorney OConnor asked her about an instance which took place two vears ago and she said that at that time she round her husband sleeping in a room e that was on even his and that she rescued were the only other Attorney OConnor in his argument said that he was never so sure in his Ifc of the innocence of any one as he is of that of He resumed the history 01 tho case and the facts lead ing to the He said that she was not a woman who had murder in her and pleaded for her Judge Day said that he was hearing a case to decide if there was probable cause to hold her for the Grand Jury and that the circumstances of case made it necessary to hold Sold by all dealers No exclusive agents AMERICAN A Write Department B14 129131 Federal T2rJdSleeJViJrcfer Syracuse Pou K StSUd New Milwaukee Minneapolis Koniti San Brantford Ont CONFER ON 48HOUR I LAWRENCE 0 Four Mills WIDE SEARCH FOR 20 NYMan Taken atj Differences of Opinions at ESCAjmOHVICTS Desperate Criminals Are Among Their Number OALLI POLLS Hyan of indicted in Xiw VVR He has heii1 w mtnt hospital at Jan John N who has been York on charKu of t rd rking in the lovern W Jan L2A wide search was conducted today for 20 prisoners who escaped from the county jail at Hock Island last after overponerin two guards and shooting the tunikev who was not seriously Fourteen were convicts recently taken I Jan be tween mill agents and representatives of th employes on the question of a 1 hour were held today at the j Ayer and There appeared to be considerable dif I Terence of opinion among the workers over the At the Wood mil Walter Lament said that about 10J delegates representing practi Letislative Committee Public Health llly The question Uo you want a SShour week with 8 TIPPERARY UNDER MILITARY RULE Continued Fron laid the Kirnt eludes The statement con Manufacturers and Tanners Start for Europe DR KELLEY OPPOSES BILL TO INVESTIGATE GRIPPE Dr Eugene itaie commis sioner oi red before the holdup men find to ill intioduced by Kei Hixnimn of authorizing an appropriation of for a further investigation of the uirease known us j Dr Kelley said theMnlluenza has been prevalent for many under the hut thf latrM visitation was particularly nt public was be bv hours delegate to Borne were so ernpowered as to direct replies either favoring or Ten months a lumber salesman of had a pair of shoes resoled with Neslin Kelley does much walking and has worn these shoes He says they are still good for another ten months of Good shoe stores carry Neolinsoled shoes in many styles for women and They cost you no more than shoesthat give less Ncelin faoles are also available everywhere for soles are created by science to be what soles should They are comfortable and well as They are made by The Goodyear Tire Rubber who also make Wingfoot teed to outwear any other Di K f attention was utrueieTto i Ialtments to submit the ai airopriirion ing the use of rum inUht good but he 3iiy of y with Hialih Uoodward of Ijoson in to require iha all servlnj bevur shall ihoroighlv each with scalding is for one week was hearing of the filed Sntativc jom L providing that curing an i dimic no street railway ompanv carry in any car a number of fiasseni tically in asking for W hourH working of the seatiiiL oapaeitv j ueek and hours There were a I few the electricians asking for a 30 percent increase and the SEEKING SUBSTITUTE FOR workers requesting readjustment of KCJ lhat they would get as much under a IShour week as at clansel after wlieiieie A postponem Kraiiud on by former I of the Posing the while others were Instructed by the workers in their de quesiion to the operatives before As a re sult the conference adjourned until when of several departments will Agent Hoben Todd p Washington mill conference and Agents William Iliillowell and Krnest Supt Holland Jith and Kl of the workers Agent Todd advised the operatives f against accepting a 4fchour working j j larry schedule with hours that it would mean a loss of six hours Today a number of the prominent shoe manufacturers and tanners from Bos Mussnehiisetts and a few outside cities started for New 1ork to embark for the European trip to boost the New JCnglaml shoe md leather business and to conditions Already some of the members of the party are in New A number of oi her Boston men left on the 1 oclock train today for New and still oth ers will leave lloston this Thc entire party will Hiiil on the steamship Lapland from New York on with the expectation of arriving in Liv erpool Feb Th party will proceed directly to deLondon to the Savoy Hotel and willpnss one week in and about From i there they will go to whore they i will remain several days visiting trade OPi centers and the nearby sites on the wcHtcrn battle then they will proceed to Nice for a iwoday going on to Milan and Lake remaining about one day at each place Then the and leather men will go to Brussels Amster Fci they are scheduled to rfturn to London and to arrive back 1 at the Xew iork out week In tin party 10 make trip will be of Don faS mH worker and the loss of iv K hours production to the SALOON AFTER PROHIBITION The vital necessity of tindini some sat isfactory substitute for the saloon in anticipation of ihe occupied the attention this noon of the I UU I 11 I of the liaverhlll Shoe M Association MeKeime of of Thayer of president New Knglrind Shoe and Leather Kdwin William William HergKoler and Jbe workers were unanimous president of the lionton Shoe Trades all of Boston Wasialt of Wil of Ulake of Hunt of of Perley liarhour of Wallace Taylor of Wcb Iianiel and Hoyt of Kan and of New and Joseph art of Only One Kind POST TOASTIES Tola ciety ai its annual meeting at the ictyV IK adquurur at 1 The following officers were reelected lor the coming year Hon Edward il Charles K Mann treasurer Ilev Alrnon J I Iyer tary and jiublishf iof The Theihpcranee Cause William clerk of the cnrparadon Miss Ilarriei K trict Miss Hull and Rev F T Curnick were added to the board of I Addresses were made by the presideni i and officers of eocieiv and J r of The Watchman The secretary of the socii ty was directed to confer with the secretaries of other tern perame organizations with regard to j substitutes to saloon with a view j to action by the So Conferences were held at the and Ayer H is The a Kent of the Prospect mill referred newspapermen to the Hoston ofliee for while the agent of the Ayer CHARGED WITH not be Appeal to Peace Conference Irelands independence is demand By the freedom of the seas her great harbors will be opened to all instead of being a monopoly to Today these harbors are empty and idle solely because irre vocably determined at the dawn of the promised era selfdetermina tion and liberty that she will suffer foreign domination no calls every free Nation to uphold her Na tional claim to complete independ ence at an Irish republic against the arrogant pretensions of which were founded on fraud and sustained by overwhelming military j j She demands to be confronted publicly with England at the con gross of that the civilized having judged between Eng lish wrong and Irish may guar antee Ireland its permanent support for the maintenance of National in CHIEF PROVISIONS OF THE PROPOSED CONSTITUTION Jan to th provisional constitution of tho Irish Republic now before the Dail Leginlative powers are to bo vested in deputies elected from existing parliamentary constituen The Ministry will consist of a President and four executive officers of Home Af Foreign Affairs and National All revenues will be raised on the vote of the Dail Tlic Constitution may be altered upon aeveral days Count Prof Edward de Valera arid Arthur Griffith will prob will secure the respect and coopera tion of the Ulster minority and will bring honor and prosperity to their country in a measure unattainable while the British connection Although the members of the Dail or Irish ars conducting their business in Gaelic they will undoubtedly make conces sions to those who do not speak tho Irish Mr Lynch SAN PLAY IRISH SONGS SAN Jan 22In celebra tion of the declaration of Irelands in dependence by the assembly at the tune of The Nation Once Again and other Irish songs were sounded on the chimes of St Patricks Catholic in tho heart of the business section The chimes master Fr Paul played the airs with the consent of the church RED CROSS OFFICIALS TO SAIL FOR EUROPE SOON Jan Cut manager of the 14th Division of tho American Hed with super vision over foreign will sail in a few days for Europe to confer with tho heads of the London and Paris Charles sec retary of the New York County Chap will sail with They plan to visit Rome and Geneva In connection with relief Compensation must have cost lot of money to give your daughter her musi cal certainly And has it paid you when she sings I cant hear a word her mother Yonlcors DEADLOCK IN STRIKE OF IN NEW YORK NEW Jan 22 Factories ofl members of the Dress and Waist Manu facturers Association were picketed to day by representatives of tho tional Ladles Garment Workers members of which are on At 29 meetings by tho employes they wore warned not to resort to It was predicted that unless the War Lsibor Board or some body of concilia tion the strike would boVoU longduration as neither side cljned to concede any of Its The composed chiefly it glrla and demand a 44hour working week and permission for a union ofUcjal to inspect factories to determine wheth er they are sanitary and safe placesofi Stock Exactly Pieces SHIRTS and DRAWERS UNION SUITS Not Yet Why flo Seasoned Troops t these troops dis INTENT TO KILL ON TRIAL I appointed Irish delegates to Otho Chapman went to trial today in UC IICaCe conKreBS today Ihe Superior Criminal ourt before CI11 you they were so late ly Jan authorities j Ailien and a jury on a charge today questioned Bessie Anderson and I V i 25 other persons taken in two raids lr i the jan jV lt which a large ijuantity of literature was i Chapman i cui at thehotiO on Intercepted letters from the I of the upper iloors and when ailted I woman to prisoners In what it in alkKed he drew a I enworth Jederal agents revolver and ran away fubvouenllv I led to the the met him at another hotel fine was taken In her where she and when thev seined hiirt il is wan in consultation with several others drew a revolver The weapon vVa reputed to be extreme Most or i taken from He enlisted in HII the arrests were made at headI artilbry service at Waco he nerver at Camp j hapman denied he pulled out die roj Quinine That Does Not Affect Head handinTii j Because of its tonic and laxative effect I iifl Jl Intend to shoot LAXATIVE BKOMO QUiNINK Tabi ij alij ujn I causing nervousness or rlnsine In the i lll J nere IB only one Bromo Qui OT GROVES signature on the One bottle of AdamBona Balsam la enough to cure almost any PREDICTS COOPERATION OF ULSTER MINORITY NKW Jan consti tution of the Irish declarej yesterday hy the Sinn Fein assembly at will be in accordance with thr highest American ideals of per I fional and religious Diar j muld Becretary of the Friends j of Irftih and recently elcct j ed member of the British i prfrHotrd hprp Inft I From my knowledge nf the men elected to the Dail be I am satisfied that they A large part of it has the Cooper nearly all the balance same with a Jobbers Wool and cotton ribbed Shirts and all sizes in the lot but not all sizes in each Choice UNION SUITS DIVIDED IN TWO LOTS and Nothing like this has happened in the underwear market for a Seng yourseSf anil pay at the Yours Where U Bot the Hat   

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