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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - April 5, 1921, Boston, Massachusetts The Store Advts The Uncle Dudley Editorial h In Todays Globe vot xoix Entered as second class matter at under the act of Marcli TUESDAY APRIL 192118 FINALCLOSING STOCI ARINGS IN L INVESTIGATION MRSE S STATUS AS CHURCH OFFICER Courts May Be Asked to Decide Whether She Is Still Active as Much as Directors r The possibility that the courts may lie j aeked to decide whether or not Mary is still an active govern mental officer of the Christian Science Church was revealed this morning dur ing a hearing before Judge Bvaley in the Supreme on the of making alterations in the Manual of the Mother the decision by the full on the major cases In Ihe Christian Science Edwin speaking on his petition for an injunction restraining the directors from revising the de clared that he objected to the proposed Insertion In the Manual now under yrep aratlon of the word active before the designated officers of which follows the name of Mrs Eddy ae and refers to tho di rectors of the church whose name ore printed Mr Krauthoff said that he wished a declaration by the court that Mrs Eddy Is still an active officer of the church Just an much as the directors are act ive UponJudge re marking that he did not see how such a condition could Kwui thoff said that he proveIt by the doctrines of thechurch and the admis sions of church Judge Braloy Krauthoff s request for an ad injunction against the and said he would refer the matter to Judge Frederic Dodge as Dodge was master In the original Christian Science Mr Krauthoff then asked that Judge Dodio be to find as to tho status of Mrs and Judge Braley said that he would hear Mr Krauthoff on that question To Go to Master for Finding Earlier In tho morning Dodce e uoagt DECISION GIVEN OUT BrCOjIMITTEE Counsel in Place of Judge Chase Not Yet Chosen The special committee of the Legisla ture appointed to investigate the charges of misconduct on tho part of members of the General Court in 1918 and 1919 In connection with the passage those years of Boston Elevated Railway legislation will hold public hearings was decided at a meeting today of the com No choice was made of a counsel to take the place of Judge Frederic Chase of who has The committee will meet again at 4 uuimi afternoon and It Is expected that stated that he would send be made at that mental bill of John which as to the date and conduct of the corn seeks to prevent the removal of Mr Senator Grls Dlttemoros name from tho list or di rectors In the now Church to a master for a finding on the questions of fact In themeantime a stipu lation will be entered that there be no change in regard to Mr Dlttemore s name pending further order by the nharles Chonte appeared as coun sel for the trustees under Eddys wblle ExGov John Bates spoke chairman of the nounced rliat the committee had re quested Bank Commissioner Joseph i Allen to turn over to it all Information i m his possession concerning loans made by any of the four closed trust com1 to members of the 1918 Legisla This Is the same Information asked for by the Executive It Is the Bank Commissioner Is Rival of the Robin and Pussy the Straw Has Arrived in Boston as counsel for the ready to comply with the request of the tees under the will are Messrs Neal and Rathvon of the board of Mr whose status as a director Is In and Joslah Fernald of N This Is the first time the trustees under the will have appeared directly in the William counsel for Mr said that all he asked was that the status quo preserved full bench has on mores Be declared the Issue of fact Is the Mr Choates clients In seeking the Mr Choate said that tlic church records show that Mrs Annie Knott is a di rector in place of Mr Dlttemore and that the Manual should be in accordance these Sherman counsel for the trustees of the Christian Science Pub lishing who are also defend CnndiniccI on tlic Second BRITISH REPLY TO NOTE ON MESOPOTAMIAN OIL i i American Contentions for Equal Treatment Scarcely Consistent With Mexican Policy April conten tions for equality of treatment for tho Be sure to have your Real Es tate advts appear in tomorrows I During the three months i enilinii March SI the Globe f printed Real Estate No System Can Beat Ours monthly Saving with us will in a veils convince can start with a dollar or any amount you VOLUNTEER BANK 120 Tremont Main 4200 citizens of all Nations in mandated ter ritory arei held by Ihe British Gov ernment to be scarcely consistent with of the United States toward sive MesopoUimmn agreement was said by Curzoti to be subject The New CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VOTES 20 TO 1 FOR GENERAL SALES TAX By a vote of practically 20 to the members of the Boston Chamber of in a referendum the results of which were announced indorsed the prin ciple of a general sales the abolition of the excess profits tax on corporations and the surtax on They also indorsed the idea of levying a sales tax at a uniform rate on all for the purpose of equitable BERESNACK ON TRIAL ON BRIBE CHARGES Woman After Denying Being Arrested in Admits She Was Arrested Four Times Hes arrived The rival of the the pussy the dandelion as the har bingers of Spring is right in He has oven gone the the pus sywillow and the fandelion several for he has on record as being convinced that Summer is at He is a mildmannered and entirely unobtrusive individual who had the temerity early today to walk through the crowded streets of the city resplen dent in a new hat It was unquestionably the first straw hat of the and as Mr Unknown walked with careless abandon from the vicinity of Youngs Hotel to Washington st and along that only to become lost in the maelstrom of lie was easily the cynosure of all He deserved credit hes a game guy Pope Received Second Group of Sailors From The Pittsburg April Pope Benedict today received a prroiip of nallors from the United States cruiser They were presented by Chaplain DufC of tlie ThlH VMS the seioml detachment of unilors from the Pillshure received hy the Hie lira Rioiip vlBltlnff the Vatican on Friday REFUSETolNDIcTDUNN FOR SUNDAY BALL GAME April BThe Grand Jury lias refused to indiot Jack manager of the Baltimore Interna on charges of working on Sun in a baseball Bame at Oriole Park on April 3Efforts are being by various Sunday observance organi zations to suppress Sabbath ball play ing but thus far without 2nd Paper Globes Lead iDuring the three months ending March the want and classified This was rnpie than were printed in the second Boston paper having daily and Sunday Sunday Globe Advts must be ordered as early In the week as Is sure to have your Real Business Board and Rooms and Help Wanted advls appear in tomorrows and Thursdays Bead Want and Classified udvts in todays States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity Fair tonight and Wednesday what cooler Wednes day vari able For Southern New England Fair to nfRht and Wednes day cooler on the Eastern Massachu setts coast tonight jn o d e r a t shifting Samuel a Federal prohi bition charged In an Indictment returned by the Federal Grand Jury with conspiracy In ashing anfl receiving bribeB in connection with the perform ance of his as prohibition went on trial before Judge Morton and a Jury In the Federal District Court this Several challenges were made in the selection of the jury and the presenta tion of evidence began at with Asst United States Dlst Atty Daniel Shea for the Government and attorney William Scharton for the The flrat witness was Frank Lana assistant to Prohibition Enforce ment Agent who testified that the defendant was legally appointed a prohibition agent by Commissioner Wil liams and had been acting for more than a year as a Federal prohibition Attorney Scharton asked relative to the activities of the defendant and the num ber of arrests he had Mr Shea objected and the court advised the wit ness not to Mrs Ida principal witness In the case for the was then She testified that three months ago Beresnack and two other agents searched her house and found two lon Jugs and some The next she a man named Berman called at her house and advised her not to employ a but to see Berepnack and he would fix it up with He she that it would be better not to pay a lawyer and would be hotter to give Beres nack and not to be troubled with going to She testified she sent a man named Richmond to tho Federal who brought back a business card bearing the name of Samuel Beresnack and the address 14 North Russell She stated that Beresnack telephoned her on the following and that she recog nized his She testified that he Are you coming over to see me Sho said she I dont He Do you want me to arrest you to which she said she You dont have to arrest me I will come She testified that she was In court with her attorney and the case was She testified that the following day Berman called on that a man nained Harpy Macey ftndhtmbelf had a case which Beresnack fixed up for Two or three days she went with Berman to a house on North Russell but could not remem ber the number and that she not talk to but that Berman The two men In a room and lie according to her came out after a while and said You better listen to Mr Berman and my and everything will be all I am In a hurry she told me that the report In the case would be She testified that Berman did not tell her of the contents of the but the attorney At this point the witness was cross examined by attorney who asked herhow long she had lived in this to which she replied thatshe had been here 10 years and had lived in Maiden the entire The attorney asked her If she had been arrested and fined in the Maiden Court on a liquor but she denied the question In the many forms It was The objections of Mr Shea were up held by the who told the witness that she need not answer any question tending to Incriminate aa selling liquor is a serious The attorney was unable to break the witness down in her denial of the Mai den Court as Following the ending of the witness she sent word to the court that she wanted to retract a part of her On again taking the she admitted that she had been arrested four times In as charged by the attorney for the but Justified her action on what she said was her understanding of her Lawyer Scharton suggested what ad monishment should be dealt out for per and the after questioning the stated that he would take that matter under PRESIDENT HARDING TO PITCH FIRST BALL IN WASHINGTON April who for manyyears has been an enthusiastic today accepted an invitation to pitch the first ball at the opening of the Amer ican baseball season here April For Northern New England Fair lo nighl and Wednesday not much change In temperature moderate northeast and cast BODY OF MAN FOUND ON NANTASKET BEACH The Temperature Today Tilt1 thiimiiiuiiUl Thoutpbniiij Spa ncirds up In p m todiiy as follows Ulan I ItOi 11121 mi js It n in 40 50 II ii 42 ta 41 68 1 u Wi 3 1 4H April body of a man WUB found this morning face down in the sand on the beach below the Atlantic House at U was discovered by George Massachusetts life guard of the Met ropolitan District The man was well dressed In a serge suit of dark a white linen collar with a lavender fourinhand a white shirt with large blue and small black and black shoes and He had gray hair was smooth of ruddy had no was 5 ft 5 in in height and was judged by the police to be about 55 years A cheap a bill in a small black wallet and 64 cents in change were the only possessions found on the There were no marks on the clbthing or other means of identi There was a slight bruise on the right side of the which Sergt Stevens of the local police said was probably caused by chafing In thte The police judge that he was riot in the water more than four or five His hands were in good con dition and Indicated that he bad not recently done any manual The body was viewed by John medical examiner for this dis who pronounced death due to The body was to the undertaking parlors of George Downing in where it will be held for Authorities are inclined to believe it a case of LAST SEEN A WEEK AGO ENTERING AN AUTO Eluding a She Rode Away Rapidly East Boston Baling Worki WereAttacM MBS ANMSTTB Special DUpatch to the Globe NEW April BJust a week ago today Mrs Annette Klngsley Norton wealthy widow of William Birch and residing at 14 East 60th near ith dismissed a limou which she was in the habit of using for park drives and at B9th et and 2d near the approach to the Queerisborough Since then no trace of her has been Her Benjamin Verner Nor one of the assistant secretaries ot tlie of JJuaranty for her and send out a confidential The police have learned nothing to indicate what has become of Mrs The strictest injunctions were Imposed updn the all members of the fam ily and the management of the apart ment hotel at which Mrs Ranklne to observe and particularly not to give any Information to newspaper These injunctions were but enough was learned to lead to the belief that Mrs who had not been In the best of health and was sub ject to nervouM eluded a nurse or who usually accompanied evaded the who always drove andvanished of her own Her husband was the founder of the Niagara Falls Power Company and was known in Niagara Falls as the fathor of the I To the surprise of her Mr Ranklne In married Miss Annette daughter of Edward Klngsley Norton of On Sept Mr Ranklne died of pneumonia at N where he and his bride were The sudden ending of her married life was a tremendous shock to Mrs Ran She was many years younger than icr was and after his death practically the solo heir to his very considerable With her mother and brother she lived for a while Some years later she bought a tile at New and moved there with her mother and In 1917 she moved to New York where she and her mother rented an expensive apart ment at 14 Bast 60th Suggestion of of some secret of robbery and of bodily Injury and even robbery were taken up by the police and all laid A search of the city and a watch at the morgue and other places where a sulcldo or attempted suicide would probably be Tt In not known how much money Mrs Ranklne had when she left her apart She wore very little jewelry and that of the simplest her dia mond engagement ring forming the most valuable part of A closo watch on her bank account has proved equally unproductive of She was dressed completely In Tumulty Wins His First a Booze Permit For a Friend in New Jersey By HENNE8SY April seph for eight yoara Woodrow Wilsons private secre told with glee this morning of the first case he has had before the departments since he re sumed practice of Joe was coming along 15th st like a steam when he ran into two old friends near the Treasury Glad to see you said the Dont stop Im In a great hurry have to work for a living Just won my I went before Kramer this morning and poured out all the eloquence at my command on him for a whole Guess he was unable to resist my for he gave me a booze permit for a client in New Aint it great to work and win Ill say It and Joe WM on his way at top A police officer had a narrow es cape from being his prisoner was so badly mauled that he had to be treated at a hospital and a small sized riot occurred in and near Mav erick East about noon when Angelo living at 67 Frankfort attempted lo use a revolver on patrolman John Ferris of the Bast Boston police sta Only the prompt interference Of patrolman Antonio Velardl is be lieved to have saved Ferris from se rious injuryif not who was on duty in the heard the commotion rushing knocked the weapon from Balzas hand with a welldirected blow of WB This incident was the climax ofja demonstration made two hours earli er by a group of about 60 strikers in front of the building at 22 Chelsea where a renovating Job is being done by William a At that time the group demanded that the six men employed on the all said to be union They refused and were Mfrrirered with squared sidewalk bricks All But One May Quit Job A squad of officers hurried to the scene from Station which is around the corner at Meridian Emmons and the strikers v driven The demonstration Its desired effect a short time it when all but one of workmen remained to complete the J he had already He he too would retire of work was but fejt 1 it was a shame to allow the obi to harden and go to This decision did not appeal to i who returned and paced and down on thft sidewalk street from the Just noon an unknown man and Baft walked toward the Q The unknown iman appi George aged son owner of the H was going to pull out Santosuoi Cardillo advised him against foi and put out his to stop he it IB alleged that wi then ducked to escpe the struck him on the severe Balza then started Continued on the Second GETS ALLEGED THIEF AFTER THRIILING EHASI Captor Then Saves Him From Attack by Enrage Roxbury Held For Grand Jury The story of an alleged burglary and thrilling which was suppressed by the was revealed In West Roxbury Court this morning when Ed ward alias Edward arraigned before Judge charged with breaking and entering and larceny and with the possession of burglars Judgo Perrlns held him ni on each of the counts for the rand A noise was heard at the door of the apartment of Arthur Sutherland at 287 Ashland yesterday after noon by Mrs Mary who lives n an adjoining Mrs Gorman screamed when she opened her door and saw a strange Employes of the who wore working on the street heard the screams and gave but Scanlon was too fast for John a brakeman for the New Haven who lives also heard tho He was work Ing In his garden at the time and was wearing He started after the man and his slippers came He chased Scanlon along Ashland Bt in his stocking feet for nearly a quarter of a When the men reached Brown av the children were coming out of school and hundreds of them Joined in the After going over several fences and through all time In his stocking at last overtook Scanlon and brought him back to the Scanlon threw away some of the it is in his flight and also threw off his McGee re covered When McGee returned to tho house with Scanlon several women were about to attack Scanlon when Mc Gee pleaded with them to allow the po lice to look after the Scanlon pleaded with thu women to lut lim claiming ho was and hud Just returned from a and a lialf stay at The women would not listen to his plea and opened where they claim they found i of the stolen One of the women to Sfi tion Some time later a small auY with two police on thii seccne and placed Scunlon Special Tlltou prps ted he ease for the cording to the record read pr tion officer Scanlon been iirreBted many times and his i ture Is in the gallery at Police There have been several breaks In Mt Hope near the scene yesterdays excitement but this is nrst arrest The people in Mt Mnpo section are stirred up n tho The Sutherland p was valued at by Mr Order the Dally ana Globe regularly from your dealer or Read Real Estate advts in Hiram Ricker Sons Ricker Hotel Company THE REMOVAL OF TUEIK OFFICE TO 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