Boston Evening Globe, February 20, 1919

Boston Evening Globe

February 20, 1919

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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts Used Automobiles Remember to order your Used Automobile, Tire, Truck and Accessory advts for next Sunday’s Globe today. Read the advertisements in today’s Globe.VOL XCV—NO. 51 BOSTON, THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 20, 1919-18 PAGES COPYRIGHT, 1919, BY THE GEO HE NEWSPAPER CO. PRICE 2 cents 7:30 LATEST—CLOSING MARKETS BARNEY SOUGHT BY POLICE OF THREE CITIES CALLED DOWN BY A SERGEANT {wilson may land FROM A CUTTER ARLINGTON YOUNG MAN IS WANTED Fur Coat and Revolver of Bandit Located GLOBE PICTURE SHOWS HIS WAR BRIDE IN BOSTON HERMAN h. BARNEY. “*he Boston, Chelsea and Revere police are making diligent effort to capture Herman L. Barney of Arlington, who is wanted by them in connection with the shooting of patrolman diaries E. Deininger of the Hannver-st Station at the garage rented by Albert L. Paeff of Revere, at 14 Winthrop road, Chelsea, the night of Feb 13. Continued tin the I'onrtli Cage. BISHOP CHARLES II. MWTNX, LONDON, Feb 13 (Correspondence of A. P.)—Mal Gen Biddle, cotn-jmanding American forces in England, has been good-naturedly but firmly reminded by a sergeant of the military police that he was not con I forming to regulations of dress. Likewise Bishop C. H. Brent of I Boston, an army chaplain, and Col John C. Groom, at one time head of the military police in France, have ' been numbered among many officers I ’‘called down” for not adhering strictly to uniform regulations. CULPRITS No. I—A Major General No. 2—A Bishop No. 3—A Colonel All Guilty of Violating Dress Regulations MAJ CRN JOHN BIBBLE. Fur is not allowed anywhere on J The best the General could do was the American uniform, but in choos- to smile and hurry Into the car. as he tog a new raincoat Gen ruddle se-; was late for his appointment, but the lcctcd one with a very comfortable ! fur collar is no longer on the coat. fur collar.    Bishop Brent also erred as regards The first time he stepped out of the fur collars. Only One Soldier Will Leave Vessel at This Port  ♦ - OFFICIAL WIRELESS AT LEAST 7000 MESSAGE ARRIVES BRING APPLICATIONS entrance of American headquarters into an automobile waiting to take him to keep an official appointment he was stopped by the military policeman at the door. “General, I must Inform you that the fur collar you are wearing is a violation of uniform regulations,” tho sergeant suid. Col Groom, on coming from Paris, acquired a cane, evidently Influenced by the almost universal custom among British officers. When entering Headquarters he was told that officers were not allowed to carry canes, and when he left he was conforming to tho regulations. All doubt about the time of the' The “grand rush” for admission coming to Boston of President WU-I tickets to Mechanic s Budding next Ison was dispelled today. GLOBE WANTS GLOBE DISPLAY ADVTS READ THEM TODAY Open a Savings Account We Hale Been raying MRS ELIZABETH J. BLUMENTHAL AND MRS E. F. KELLEY, TWO WAR BRIDES, ON STEAMSHIP BOHEMIAN 4 Cosmopoli'an Trust Company 60 Devonshire Street. IWton Ol’KV SATURDAYS ti A. >|. TO ll I*. Af. “\\ by—there's my wife.’’ David Blumenthal, chief gunner's mate of the IT. 8. 8. Melville, stood In the main room of the Globe art department this morning and stared at the copy hoard of a photo-engraving camera. On th J. Jennings of London. When he was ordered home he left Ida    wife with money and instructions to    follow him later. A few days ago he    got a cable saving that she would arrive in Boston today. The navy doesn't teach delay, and Mr Blumenthal at once    got a leave ,    ,    ,    ...    .    ,    of absence from his ship,    which was board    bung a picture    of    (    ttu,n )n ^(,w Many Pretty Girls at Devens Sergeant’s Trial Early this morning Rear Admiral Wood received a wireless message from the dreadnought Now Mexico. the flagship of the escorting fleet, which announced that the "U. S. S. George Washington, with President Wilson and party, will arrive in Boston, Monday, Feb 24.” At noon another message arrived, Monday night, win re President Wilson will make his only speech in town, is on. full swing, at the Mayor’# office. Disdaining Mr Burleson’# niaii-delivery machine, at least 7000 persons came personally to City Hall this morning to deposit their applications in large baskets provided for the purpose. While estimates vary somewhat, the average reckoning is that not more than 7000 persons can stating that the President a .hip «tll|bp    (be    brn>J    auJ„or,ura. arilve at Boston at noon Monday, two pretty young women hint landed i trom an incoming steamer. The picture was there to be prepared for printing In this afternoon's paper, but Chief Dunlo r‘a Mate Hlurncnthal thinks it was put there by a discriminating Providence. And this is why: Lait August Mr Blumenthal. then on foreign service, married Miss Klizabeth Evening Globe Editions Will Not Be Published Saturday, Feb. 22 Washington’s Birthday Evening Globe Readers should place orders immediately with their Newsdealers for the Saturday Morning Globe. Tills morning he reached Boston and telephoned his cousin, Mrs K Kaner of Wakefield, with whom his wife was to stay. Mrs Blumenthal hadn’t arrived and her husband began to wonder, Now' by good luck it happened that Mr Blumenthal dropped into the Globe office about noon. He has been in tho navy 12 years, and for 19 months he has been on overseas service with the Melville. which Is a mother shin to the •orpedo boats As he was talking to a man in the art department he happened to glance at the afore-mentioned copy board. He yelled. The picture had been taken by a Globe photogra liber a few hours before, when the Bohemian was landing passengers in Charlestown. It was an extremely good likeness of Mrs Blumenthal. Besides being a sailor, Mr Blumenthal comes from Douglas. Ari, where it is said they also act quickly. “Hay, I’ll come in and talk to you Yolks again,*’ la* exclaimed, grabbing his cap; “I’m going out to get her.** And he disappeared into the elevator, grinning widely. STEAMSHIP BOHEMIAN BRINGS FOUR BRIDES The 88 Bohemian, first steamship in four yeary carrying general passengers MICHIGAN DRY LAW GIVEN SEVERE JOLT By WILLIAM J. ROBINSON. CAMP DEVENS. Feb 20—With al least a score of witnesses on hand, among them a number of pretty girls, the trial by general eourt-mar-tial of Berg! Robert Joseph Davidson Continued on the Fourth Cage. noon would come up the harbor and land President Wilson and party at Commonwealth Pier, as previously arranged, lint would not discharge any of the 2000 troops here. The ship, the message stated, will immediately proceed to New York for the debarkation of all on board but the official party. One other, however, will be landed here, in accordance with an official order received by tho army officers from Sec Baker this morning. It states briefly that aboard the George Washington is private James ll. Wll- Men, women and children, of all ages and classes, hastened to th# Mayor’s office upon reading the directions in the morning newspaper# ( ouiInned un the Highth I’nae. Real Estate for sale, to let or wanted f Use the Globe. Order your Sunday Globe advts today. Continued on the Highth l*nge, Nom? is the time to sell eggs, poultry, chicks and stock. Order your advts for nert Sunday's Globe today. Rum Runners Safe, According to Supreme Court Decision on Seizures DETROIT, Feb 30—Michigan's Supreme I Constabulary. ordered all his troopers Court in u derision vesterdav held In lo Mt2J* searching cars bound north court, rn a derision jest* may. new, «n I from f0ie(t0. the nearest "wet” city to effect, that the search and seixuro clausa | j^,rolt itnd j,y nightfall hundreds of of the bone-dry State law which became such vehicles, heavily laden with liquor, on Muv I last Is invalid.    were making their way Into Michigan ejective on May I last, is invalid.    D    T]in kfl This means that automobiles and other |    .    _ I carriers which, for the last nine months j have been running, or attempting to i run, the gantlet of the State Constabulary from "wet" Ohio into ostensibly "dry" Michigan shall not l>« molested. Thousands of persons have been arrested in tile undertaking, for until this decision the State presumed that it had Car# Crammed With Liquor Carriers Their occupants hooted the State troopers as they passed through the i town of Monroe, and interurban trolley cars, until now always halted ut ' Monroe for search, clanged through (lie ; town Jammed to capacity with men car- j Continued on the Fourth 1‘nge. WAGES OR SALARY? If you are a clerk on moderate wages you can’t work up quickly, because your boss knows there are hundreds ready to do your work as well as you can for the same money or less. If you are a trained accountant or a trained executive your knowledge brings you into the brain workers’ class, where salaries are big for men who can produce ideas. Without training your ideas are worthless. Northeastern College supplies the training. Save a year’s time by starting now. Class in PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPING introductory to accounting and management starts Thursday evening, February 27th, at 7:30 at the Boston Y. M. C. A. Thorough training in bookkeeping—-saves one year on C. P. A. course. Evening classes—men only. Admission card to first meeting and further information concerning course from School of Commerce and Finance, Northeastern College, Boston Y. M. O. A. 318 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Mass. Back Bay 4400 THE WEATHER Pl flllHY United States Weath-vuvjvu * er Bureau Forecast#: I sa For Boston and its vt-■ ■ cinity: Increasing cloudiness tonight, snow by Friday morning; warmer Friday; north wind, becoming easterly and increasing Friday. For Southern New England: Increasing cloudiness, followed bv snow early Friday and on Friday:    warmer Friday; moderate north wind, becoming southeast Friday. For Northern New England: Fair tonight, warmer in interior of Maine: Friday. cloudy and warmer, probably snow; moderate northwest wind, becoming variable. For Eastern New York:    Increasing cloudiness, warmer tonight, followed by snow in the west and east portions; Friday snow in the north, snow or rain in (he south portion, warmer; moderate northeast to southeast wind. Temperatures at 8 a rn: Greenville, Me, fi; New York. 26: Washington. 28; Chicago. 32: Williston, 2. Shippers’ forecast:    Prepare    36-hour shipments north for temperatures of 8 to 20: west, 2** to 24; south, 22 to 26; for Boston and its vicinity, 18 to 24 Boston observations, 8 a rn: Barometer. 30 37 incites; temperature, 22: highest yesterday, 35; lowest last night. 18; humidity, 58 percent: wind northwest, 72 miles; weather clear. the right to search the persons and bag- rying whisky and all manner of drink auge of every one entering Michigan. -On hearing of the court ruling, Col Roy C. Vandercook, head of the State able#. Continued ow the Fourth Page. 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Uf#0 LONDON, Feb 20—The Peace Conference at Paris has decided to adjourn on account of the attempt to assassinate Premier Clemenceau of France, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch. There will be congress today. sasslnate him, was in a satisfactory condition this morning, according to the latest reports. No fever has developed. It was stated at the Premier’s residence at 6:30 o’clock this morning Safe no session of the , that he had passed an excellent night. X-Ray Examination Made An X-ray examination was made this morning. The Premier rested quietly through the night and did not wake until 8 o’clock. His first remark to Sister Theonesse, who is attending him, CONDITION OF PREMIER CLEMENCEAU SATISFACTORY PARIS, Feb 20—Premier Clemenceau, who was wounded in the shoulder yesterday in the attempt by the young anarchist, Emile Cottin, to as- Centlnned om the Eighth Page. 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