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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - December 2, 1921, Boston, Massachusetts                                IV REAL ESTATE ADVTS FOR SUNDAYS GLOBE Order tliera Order next Sundays Globe in advance fromyour newsdealer or VOL a 155 ns second clans nmttor at under tho act of March tim FRIDAY yeni dition w 19212Q PAGESTWO CENTS o 730 FiNALCLOSING STOCKS UNABLE TO AGREE ABOUT REFERE CHAIRMAN KELY OF ASSESSORS NOMINATED FOR CITY AUDITOR V Selected by Mayor Peters to Succeed Auditor i Mitchell When Latter Retired Dec 31 Edward Kelly of Ihe Board of Assessors was nominated to day by Mayor Peters to succeed Al fred Mitchell as city auditor upon Mr Mitchells retirement from city service Mhe appointment would for a fouryear dating from May in the year in which it IK Mr Kelly entered the assessingdepart ment at the iigixoC 15 years as messen ami gradually rose IhroURli its va rious ratings to the which Is salaried ni There seems scant room for doubt that the Civil Service confirmation of appointment mil BOOH bu auditor Mi Kellys salary will lie KM eltj sccretarv tliosluMi L funds mill us county Horn In Boston Ivelh miseducated at tlie FianMlnnlatid bherwhi Grammar graduating irom 1ln left BoJton School to become an Assessing Department messenger nndjiftorwuicl was hiKdn and julSUT pity AT HEARING IN THE SUPREME COURT Ooakley Pleads For a Jury Trial Within a few weeki of his Kiih year last Mr Mifrliell a Knows To Let Boarders Help Wanted ncys For Sale Machinery For Advertise in the Order aclvts for next Sun days Iflobe SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO GROCERS IN METROPOLITAN BOSTON la louraine Coffee In the Bean During the time that your Coffee Mills may be out of commission by reason of dis ruption to electric power caused by the recent we will hold ourselves pre pared to fill your orders for LA TOURAINE Coffee GROUND Instead of in the upon Company 291 ATLANTIC BOSTON LA TOURAINE iioum od his Intpnlion of fiom in He is the in periiul of of all ijrcKent mi in nlili I N no tjnc lielil in mulo nn n ui uenn il i Mayor Pel era praised hip Ir abilllv and as have all tlioue jircvloiiM Mayors whom Mr Mitchell I Mr liSih falls on I HIXL Ho bore no share in the strain nf UDaly and no ojie was more i relieved ban be tvhen the bonding companies reicnily tlsn city a check i covirins cviMy nonny tsikfii in both I lis decision lo retire Is buRcrl I upon his doctors iMitelull he ninliey hiw home during the Oil lllC Order udvts for nexl Sundays Globe Order next Hnndays Globe in advance ron your neiosuealer or news JOIN our CHRISTMAS CLUB Send for Circular 50c to a week SUFFOLK SAVINGS BANK FOP Seamen and Others Incorporated 1838 Aitett 1 TREMONT BOSTON j I i West IndiesHawaii i SAILiNi6 JFEBRUARY111922 ON THE SSiHAWKJEyEiTATE ft J CRUISE VISITING AWER1CAS DELIGHT FUL POSSESSIONS PORTO VIRGIN ISLES CANAL SALINA CftU Z aMEXICO CALIFORNIA RATES 5750 AND UPWARD HAYMON0 WHircOMU 17 TEMPLE BOSTON I Telephone Boaoh 6864 Charges and counter charges were exchanged between Daniel Coak ley and Andrew Marshall of counsel for the Boston Bar Association at the hearing Justice DeCourcy in the Supreme Judicial Court this morning on the motion of Mr Coakley to have the associations petition for his disbarment tried before a At one point the accused man assert ed that his opponents were trying to Jockey the Mr Marshall in opposing the mo tion declared only the court it self could on the professional conduct of an who is an officer of the and that it wna for to decide as to thei con duct Mr oh the amounts to a career ras cality and basic ff Coakley Makes Charges Mr Coakley on his side charged that Godfrey of j the Watoh and Waid was the real petitioner against him andj that his opponents were a bunch of Cabotpaid He declared him RADGLIFFE URLS GIVING THEIR SHOES FOR THE POOR GLYNN Daniel appointed by Diet Atty Pelletler as his representa tive to meet Theodore Mr Curleys for a con ference on the Mayoralty Is sued the following this j At this morning Theodore Glynn and I met at my I asked Mr Glynn if he had the withdrawal of Mr so that it could be the third together with that of Mr so that the third man could file one or the other in accord ance with his Mr said he had not the GUILS COLLECTING SHCffiS FOR CHARITY Eleanor Miss June Miss and Shoeless that bnclc of the case against was Iqjvdown The claim that because five justices Hadellffe slrla have taltcn the very off their feet to give to the Vol of AVhen sympathised as you poor a Iladclifte student replied as BuriiiBly wo wear woolen ot the Supreme Court passed oh the I Wewont get Tufts case no justice of that court could give him a fair trial on the dis barment charges was made by Mr This was the basis of his request last month for a transfer of the case to the Superior which was de nied by Judge The jury if would be in the Su preme Mr Coakley reiterated hie state ments of last month when he was without to have his case transferred to the Superior to the effect that the fact tha five of the Supreme Court justices had passed on the Tufts case made i for him to have a fair trial before a justice of tlftt Pelletier Motion Not Heard The court took this matter under advisement In company with a coun ter motion which had been made by the Bar Association that Coakleys disbarment trial be consolidated with the trial of Atty Gen Allens petition for removal of Diet Atty before the full Continued on the Sixth Tim Volunteers of America elve away shoey on Christmas instead of elilclteh dinners and in the space of a have contributed cer tainly 200 Out of the goodness of their college hearts they have given shoes or highheel silver There are nhpes to prove the possibility ofpro portions enabling an old woman to live And there shoes that a bird might consider If the RadiMlifc campaign for old shoes has done nothing it has disproved theory Hint college girls wallow around in pedal The campaign has shown the truth The minute a Radcllffe girls shoes get slip shod she gives them a Radcliffc girl said Radcllffe girls have come down in bedrpoii slippws brought their otoher foot apparel to nnc Had Authority to Act Then I inquired what Mr Glynn had to say about a third He proposed the name of Francis Bren one of Mr Curleys lieutenants and said that Mr Curley had given him no authority to suggest any other I asked him what he had to say about Joseph who was Mr Curleys campaign treasurer In his laat campaign for Mr said he had no authority to Bother or assent to tiny oifier referee but Francis Bren and he supposed that I would have to get specific authority frpm Mr Pelletler to name or consent to the naming a third I told him I had complete author ity to net without recourse toMr Pel Rejects Curleys Brother Then I what he of Mr editor of the gram He said he could not say be calse no although he thought personally that Mr En right is a good I told him that to select Brancil Brennan would be the same as se lecting because Mr nan is Mr Curleys office 1 Mr Glynn that although he had no authority to name any one but Mr Brehuanj he thought Mr ley would agree to having his broth1 John This proj posal wasnot Glynn Didnt Show Up 5 Mr Glynn then said that Mr Curj ley and Mr Pelletier might get gether and consider the question of a third man t I told him that would be ail aban donment of the original proposal submit it to but I would pass it along to Mr Pelletier meet Mr Olynn at the CouiJJ house at IJ where I am engages in the trial of a This Mr JJlynn agreed to v Mr Glynn did not appear at or any time up to Mr Pelletier in pressed his determination to stii lo thetertnsbf Mr Curleys that referees decide5 whq is the Mr Curiey orhlmself There the At his noonday rally in tfce Tra mont Theatre today James CurleyS made no reference to withdrawal from the present Mayoralty cam and later declined to he tllon Tor the arrival of a brand new pair of shoes they had ordered Thft Blrls have been trotting about the campus with nothing between the soles of fqet the cruel ground but pair of woslen stockings and So the Radcllffe girls think theyre doing pretty Miss paul president of the sophomore was in charge of col lecting tha The offering to the olunteers America was made Ontir Rhjthinlo m Rhjthinlo DANCING KVBRV EVENING fM to ID oor bmntlftilvBon Bar Boom I J ACCOUNTANT You can bo months of In your spare time phone or lOxtpnslon IXtl Little B cuit OVER ONEHALF A MILLION During the H months ending Nov 30 the Globo printed more than onehalf million Want and Classified The Globes total was moro than the second Boston paper havingDaily and Sunday oditinnsK Sunday Globe AdvfsOrder Them Today GLOBE ADVTS BRING THE BKST RESULTS CAREFULLY To insure insertion in the Sunday advertise ments muter llio following classifications must bo in Ihe olllce not later than MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS AND TRAVEL FARM AND GARDEN CASH REGISTERS and CUisMllcd advls other than the ubovo must tic in the Cilobo olllce before on Saturday Wo cannot guuruntne the proper classification of advts or dered on Loyal Coalition Flag MORSE LANDS IN PROMISES TO RETURN Causes Protests ELDRIDGE AGAIN CROSSEXAMINED THE WEATHER United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston uml ita vicinity Rain tonight and Satlirtlny warm er colder Sat urday afternoon and Strong to high south to west For Southern Now England Hain tonight and Saturday wann er on the mainland to night colder Satur Jay eotithcuet to Bouth shifting to westerly For Northern New England Rain or snow tonight and Saturday warmer to colder Saturday In New Hamp shire Vermont increasing south vest and south probably reaching gule force and shifting to west Satur For Eastern New York Rain tonight colder iu western irobably rain on the coast and ruin or In the Interior colder K to Southeast atorm warnings are ds layed from HI a in on the New Kngland and nouthwest warnings from Cew York to The storm of Is over Sault Ste The Temperature Today The thermometer ThinniiKoni Sun record t l in toilay us fnlluww 11120 tl n 111 1 j iii m ili a p 47 31 12 is CATCH COLD EASILY Fntncr Johns Medlclno will liclu you tu rid of them By JOHN DONOVAN NEW Dec to a fivefoot John Joseph An drews and Benjamin Onset Hrtivas charged whh assaulting Miss Gertrude Butler of Buzzards were led Into court early this William sixfootiwo sweetheart of the young was called for continued by attorney John Sheehnn of Boston counsel for He denied that his reading of the Barnstablo testimony was to refresh hla memory or that liad changed his Asked he In tended to marry Miss Eldiidge said he hurl thought about He said llrst time he ever took Miss Butler auto riding wan In the early morning of AUK when he drove her home after the alleged Tino again he answered I dcmt when pressed to describe how Andrews was dressed the night of the alleged Ills description was light shirt and light Kldridgcs responses were I don t To all questions con ceining testimony by him at the hear ings in Uldrulge I don t know or 1 dont He wan asked where lie got the mutch to light the cigarette which he smoked while Silas Hutlcr was being and replied ho hud it In his He uld not remember how or where he car ried the but remembered losing a box of mulches at the Eldridge Doesnt Remember Witness wild he wus familiar with the Cape Cod Canal uml knew captains and MillorB of boafti plying on the He denies he ever aaw Miss Butler or Mrs Wallace aboard the Ho said no know Mrs but when asked if it wrtH not true that he had been out with both Mrs Wiilloce und Gertrude Butler CoullnutMl on thtt Sevoiul BRITISH UNION JACK IN PLACE OF STABS State Legion Officials Bring Old Glory Betsy formerly of Philadel put it all over Telfair I formerly of New now of the I Loyal up on Beacon Hill j this through the scenario i directorship of the American I The trouble was that Mr Minton felt it incumbent on him to do a little unsolicited up all in connectlpn with the Education Week which President Harding and Gov Cox have pro claimed to stretch from Dec 4 to Dec The Loyal Coalition method toj fling to the breeze from the main I staff of its 24 Vernon st a flag which bore the Ithodox 12 red and white but in place of the jack with its starry had the British Union Before 10oclock 25 or CO com plaints catae In over the telephone to State Adjt Leo Splllune of the American in the State of which the general tenor was How come in varying degrees of j A consisting of James Cuiitluueil oil be Ulcrentli Dec by police following a confer ence with American Consul General allowed Charles Morse to land here today upon his arrival from New York on the steamer when the American shipbuilder agreed to return on the same ship next provided he was not Before the ship Mr who had heard his presence in America was desired by Federal au thorities investigating his shipbuild ing assured French offi cials that he would not oppose re turning immediately to America if he were not placed under Morse went to the Continental Hotel under police where he will stay until tire Paris is ready to When Mr the American arrived today he his willingness to go Ijack to the nlted States by the next returning I am willing to return to America by the first boat and I have so wired the United States district Mr Morse told the correspondent on board the I am over here because of Ill he but I am willing Continued on the Second are glad to announce that the exten sive alterations to our Temple Place Office are and we cordially invite our customers and friends to inspect our enlarged Located in the centre of the downtown shop ping this in its spacious is now in a position to widen the scope of its j Business men and particularly shop who desire Investment or Safekeeping are warmly urged to consult with our Temple Place OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY 17 Court Street 52 Temple 222 Street BOSTON of the Federal Reserve System ft   

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