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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Boston, Massachusetts Used Automobiles Remember to order your Used Auto Truck and Accessory advts for next Sundays Globe Read the advertisements in todays venin dition PRICE 2 CENTS 730 tO O 17 Q B5T lyiylO rAVjrtiiO TUB GLOBE NEWSPAPER BOSTONTHIJIISPAY 51 POLICE OF THREE CITIES ARLINGTON YOUNG MAN IS WANTED Fur Coat and Revolver of Bandit Located GLOBE PICTURE SHOWS HIS WAR BRIDE IN BOSTON Chelsea and Revere police are making diligent effort to capture Herman Barney of Arling is wanted by them in con nection with the shooting of patrol man Charles Deininger of the Hanoverst Station at the garage rented by Albert Paeff of at 14 Winthrop the night of Feb Continued on the Fourth GLOBE WANTS GLOBE DISPLAY ADVTS READ THEM TODAY Open a Savings Account We Huvo Been Paying Cosmopolitan Trust Company 60 Devonshire Boston OPEN SATURDAYS 9 TO CALLED DOWN BY A SERGEANT BISHOP CHARLES Feb 13 Correspondence of Gen com imanding American forces in Eng has been goodnaturedly but firmly reminded by a sergeant the military police that he was not con forming to regulations of Likewise Bishop Brent of an army and Col John at one time head of the military police in have been among many officers called down for not adhering strictly to uniform CULPRITS Major General Bishop Colonel All Guilty of Violating Dress Regulations MAJ GEN JOHN Fur is not allowed anywhere on the American but in choos ing a new raincoat Gen Biddle se lected one a very comfortable fur The first time he stepped out of the entrance of American headquarters into an automobile waiting to take him to keep an official appointment he was stopped by the military po liceman at the I must inform you that the fur collar you are wearing is a violation of uniform the sergeant The best the General could do was to smile and hurry into the as he was late for his but the fur collar is no longer on the Bishop Brent also erred as regards fur Col on coming from acquired a evidently influenced by the almost universal customamong British When entering Head quarters he was told that officers were not allowed to carry and when he left he was conforming to the FROM A Only One Soldier Will Leavtf Vessel at This Port MRS ELIZABETH BLUMENTHAL AND MRS TWO WAR ON STEAMSHIP BOHEMIAN my David chief gunners mate the stood in tho main room of the art depart ment this morning and Blared at the copy hoard of a photoengraving cam On the board hung a picture of pretty young women just landed from an incoming The picture was there to he prepared for printing in this afternoons but Chief Gun ners Mate Blumenthal thinks it was put there by a discriminatingProvi And this is whj Jennings of When he was ordered home he left his wife with money and Instructions to follow him A few days ato he Kot a cable saying that she would arrive in Boston The navy doesnt teach and Mr Blumenthal at once got a leave of absence from hiH which was then in New This morning he reached Boston and telephoned his Mrs Ksner of with whom his wife was to Mrs Blumenthal hadnt arrived and her husband began to Now by good luck It happened that Ana mis is wiiy Mr Blumenthal dropped Into the Globe Last August Mr then on oflice about He has been in the foreign married Miss Elizabeth navy 12 and for 19 months he has been on overseas service with the Mel which is a mother ship to the Evening Globe Editions Will Not Be Published 22 Washingtons Birthday Evening Globe Readers should place orders im mediately with their News dealers for the Saturday Morning torpedo As he was talking to a man in the art department he to glance at the aforementioned copy Ho picture had been taken by a Globe photographer a few hours when the Bohemian was landing passengers in It was an extremely wood likeness of Mrs Be I sides being a Mr Blumenthal comes from where it is said they also act Ill come in and talk to you folks he grabbing his cap Im going out to get And he disappeared into tho Brinning BRINGS FOUR BRIDES The SS first steamship in four carrying general passengers Continued on the Fourth Pretty Devens MICHIGAN DRY LAW GIVEN SEVERE JOLT Rum Runners According to Supreme Court Decision on Seizures at eants Trial By WILLIAM CAMP Feb at least a score of witnesses on among them a number of pretty the trial by general courtmar tial of Sergt Robert Joseph Davidson Feb Supreme in a decision in that the search and seizure clause of the bonedry State law which became effective on May 1 is This means that automobiles and other carriers for the last nine months have been or attempting to run the gantlet of tho State Constabu lary from wet Ohio into ostensibly dry Michigan shall not he Thousands of persons have been arrest ed n the for until this de ciElon the State presumed that it had tho right to search the persons ind bag gage of every one entering On hearing of the court Col Boy C head of the State OFFICIAL WIRELESS MESSAGE ARRIVES All doubt about the time of the coming to Boston of President Wil son was dispelled Early this morning Rear Admiral Wood received a wireless inessage from the dreadnought New the flagship of the escorting which announced that the George with President Wilson and will arrive in Bos Feb At noon another message stating that the Presidents ship will arrive at Boston at noon would come up the harbor and land President Wilson and party at Com monwealth as previously ar but would not discharge any of the 2000 troops The the message will immediately proceed to New York for the debarka tion of all on board but the official One will be landed in accordance with an official order received by the army officers from Sec Baker this It states briefly that aboard the George Washington is private James Wil Contlnncil on the Klglith AT LEAST 7000 BRING APPLICATIONS The grand rush for tickets to Mechanics Building next Monday where President Wil son will make his only speech in is full at the Mayora t Disdaining Mr maildelivery at least persons came personallyto City this morning to deposit their tions in large baskets provided the While estimates vary the average reckoning that not more than 7000 persons be seated in the broad women and of all lS ages and hastened to the Mayors office upon reading the roctions in the morning newspapers Continued on the Eighth Coiitliuicil on the Fourth Real Estate for to let or wanted Use the Order your Sunday Globe advts ordered all his troopers o stop cars bound north from the nearest wot1 city to and by nightfall hundreds of j such heavily laden with j were making their way into Michigan along the Dixie Cars Crammed With Liquor Carriers Their occupants hootod the State troopers as they passed through the town of and Intelurban trol lev until now always halted at Monroe for clanged through the town jammed to capacity with men car rying whisky and all manner of drink Continued on the Fourth WAGES OR SALARY If you are a clerk on moderate wages you cant work up because your boss knows there are hundreds ready to do your work as well as you can for the same money or If you are a trained accountant or a trained executive your knowledge brings you into the brain workers where salaries are big for men who can produce With out training your ideas are Northeastern College supplies the Save a years time by starting Class in PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPING introductory to accounting and management starts Thursday February at at the Boston Thorough training in saves one year on Evening classes men Ad mission card to first meeting and further information concerning course from THE WEATHER PI niinY United States Weath ulUUtM er Bureau Forecasts For Boston and Its vi cinity Increasing cloudiness snow by Friday morn ing warmer Friday north becoming easterly and increas ing For Southern New England Increasing followed by snow early Friday and on Friday Friday moderate north becom ing southeast For Northern New England Fair to warmer in of Maine Fri cloudy and probably snow moderate northwest be coming For Eastern New York Increasing warmer followed by snow in the west and east portions Fri day snow In the snow or rain in the south warmer moderate northeast to southeast Temperatures at 8 a m 6New 26 28 Chi cago 32 Shippers forecast Prepare 38hour shipments north for temperatures of 8 to 20 20 to 21 22 to 20 for Boston and its 18 to Boston 8am Barome 30 37 inches 22 highest 25 lowest last 18 hu 58 percent wind 12 weather The Temperature Today Til tlirrtiiniiHter nt Thompsons Spa records School of Commerce and Northeastern Boston 316 HunllnKton Back Bay 4400 n n in 12 m 3 P m J8 45 Babies Thrive Well On Father Johns tor all the Safe PEACE CONFERENCE TO IS REPORT Because of Attempt to Kill Condition of Premier Satisfactory Feb Peace Con ference at Paris has decided to ad journ on account of the attempt to assassinate Premier Clemenceau of says an Exchange Telegraph There will be no of the congress CONDITION OF PREMIER CLEMENCEAU SATISFACTORY Feb Clemen who was wounded in the shoul der yesterday in the attempt by the young Emtle to as Vow is the time to soil eMcTcs and Order your advts next Sundays Globe Needed at Once Boston Young Womans Christian Association to main tain and extend its opportunities for edusa tional and social Metropolitan Student Young Womens Ohrirtlan Awoda tion to increase its activities in service among the collages and schools of Greater National Young Womens Christian Association to con serve the interest created by the war and carry to fruition housing and recreation in industrial centres and in sparsely settled Boston 40 Beritotar Stnrt BWMWB Stmwt M Metropolitan Student 500 M CalMbora Will YOU help us CARRY ON Smrf pay to Spvetti 44 sassinate was in a satisfactory condition this according to the latest No fever has de It was stated at the Premiers resi dence at oclock this morning that he had passed an excellent XRay Examination Made An Xray examination was made this The Premier rested quietly through the night and did not wake until 8 j His first remark to Sister i who is attending i Continued OB the Eighth DEVASTATED FRANCE ASKS AMERICA For a Minimum of Bostons Quota is Are We Going to Fail France AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR DEVASTATED ANDREW Chairman Boston Manufacturers Committee GEORGE Chairman Boston Bankers Committee CARDINAL CuihoUu Archblaiop of Bostoi WILLIAM Kplacopal Bishop of Boston Send Checks to ALLAN State Street Trust 33 State C lJVsl on Mcmbem V National Executive on CommittO Liberty Bonds in your home may be LOST OR STOLEN Hire a SAFE DEPOSIT BOX in our modern Vault and keep them If you are compelled to sell we will purchase at the MARKET You can open a SAVINGS ACCOUNT with with such part of the proceeds as you desire to Money goes on interest first day of each Deposits may be made by mail from all parts of the United States and Fidelity Trust 148 State Boston Uptown 519 Wash ington Next to Kemiurd Klolutioml KOO BOYLE 853 Washington Street OPEN EVENINGS 765 Washington MENS AND WOMENS CLOTHING ON CREDIT ALSO SHOPPING CHECKS 8 WINTER QUB THREE JIOSTON STOKES Tins EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY Invites Your CHECKING i SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Largest Savings Department in Hew England Deposits ItfceireJ by Malt 21 Milk 124 Boyls ton
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