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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - July 22, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                i W idfl f Read the Advertisements In tomorrows Sunday Be to read the Sunday Globe Magazine voi L Oil 22 Entered as second clnss matter at unfler the at March SATURDAY JULY 192214 CENTS BT THB GLOBE NEWSPAPEE FINALCLOSING STOCKS FOR CAPTURE OF SLAYER President and Hooper Confer on Rail Strike CHAIRMAN TELLS OF HIS EFFORTS Three Senators of Interstate Committee Present July 22 by Ben Hooper of the Railroad Labor arriving here today in response to a summons from the White went into confer ence with President Harding pre pared to give the Executive a com plete survey of the railroad strike situation and the recent negotiations conducted with a view to bringing about a The Labor Board chairman went to the White House soon after ar riving from It was indi cated he might have a statement to make after seeing the of Telegrams Almost coincident with Mr Hoop ers arrival the American Federation of Labor made public telegrams sent by the Labor Legislative representa tives of the National and Interna tional Unions located in Washington to leader of the rail strike and John f president of the United Mine Work pledging sympathy and coopera tion in the respective strikes of the railroad shop and mine The telegrams were signed by Samuel president of the American Federation of as chairman of the Legislative repre sentatives and said Reports madeto the conference Jrom various sections of the countrj indicate a rising public sympathy in favor of the men who are fighting for right and Three Senators Summoned After the conference between the President and Chairman Hooper had been in progress nearly an Chairman Cummins of the Senate Interstate Commerce with other committee conferred with Eastern railroad MORE ARRESTS 7 MAYBE MADE Bullet Head of Slain Woman Following the Investigation by Medical Examiner Timothy the police to day gave out the report that a bullet had been found in the head of Mrs Alice found dead in the house at 656 Tremont South Wednes day It was also rumored that further ar rests will be made George friend of the woman Is now held pending an Investi TRAIN KILLS AN UNKNOWN MAN He Ducked Under Crossing Gates in Chelsea MILTON LEGION MEN AS VOLUNTEER POLICE 13 MORE SHIPS TO BRING COAL Tons Ordered in England and Wales NEW July more an aggregate carrying ca pacity of were chartered yea terday to import coal from Europe be cause of the coal chairman of the States Shipping here for a This Is a total of 20 ships entered fn the coal trade within two and Mr said that In addition to the 167 vessels now plying between American and European ports there are 400 bot toms Idle In American docks that could be commissioned within 30 The available ships now In operation are capable of bringing In tons every 30 and tons couli be Imported monthly If Mr Lasker adding that It IB qp to the coal dealers to of the facilities If they want A canvass ot Importers today revealed that orders have been placed for the shipping of tons from England MANY COAL STEAMERS LOAD IN ENGLAND THIS WEEK July 22 by for ships to convey coal to America Is Increasing Many steamers have been loaded in the United Kingdom this for sainngs to various American r Unheeding the warning of Victor Mil gate tender at the 6thgt crossing of the Boston Maine Railroad in Chel about this an un known man walked across the tracks directly In the path of the Rocltpi Flyer and was Instantly I Miller had dropped his gates after re celvlng the signal of the approaching whloh was Inbound to and was standing near them when the un known man ducked under the gates and started across the Miller waved him as the heavy train was in bearing down upon the he the stranger told htm to mind tils own business and at tempted to cut across ahead of the on PHILADELPHlAlxPECTS COAL FROM ENGLAND July 22 Several cargoes of purchased by local pub lic utility corporations In Great cits will arrive here within a It i became known After Controversy With Mrs Policeman Called Before Lynn Mayor SEDITION j rushing He had bnrcly reached i the Inbound track when the locomotive struck and killed him The badly mangled body was thrown sevtral i up the The man wns about SO years of Late this afternoon his identity was still 1 i Morllcal Examiner George executives on the strike situation MnKrath was Thursday was called to the j White Senators Watson Indiana and Kellogg of the other mem bers of the Interstate Commerce Com who conferred with the rail road also were summoned to the White Senators Matson and Kellogg left conference with the President when President Harding prepared to go to but it was said that Chairman Hooper would continue his discussion of the situa tion with the President at the White House luncheon No state ment would be made by the Sena torial except that they had given the views of the strike situation which they developed in Continued on the Eighth N July 22 William Palmer of 15 Orange wae before Judge Fowler In the Mu nicipal Court charged witb making seditious He pleaded not guilty and appeared without coun After a hearing tho case was con tinued and Palmer is held on MB own personal recognizance to appear In this Municipal Court If further required in the Truck Runs Into Gully July the dangerous Batesville on the MllfordFrank lin road In South yesterday a wholesale tobacco truck driven by Frank Moran went over the roadsloV into a and was considerably dam The driver escaped by Tomorrows Sunday Globe Order it in advance from your newsdealer or The Editorial Section Tlie Globe Magazine fhe Household Pages Be sure to read them all in tomorrows Sunday Read the advts in tomorrows Sunday July Marlon Mc wife of Mayor Harland Phetres of this was In i contro versy with traffic officer Sherry this morning at the corner of Central av and lllow and Blake AH a result of llio argument the Reel Ufrhl used only In rase of calling olllcer Sherry to the station lionce he was sent to see the Mnyor In hie Mrs while drivinga small j went on the wrong side of the 1 traffic post nnd then stalled her ear i omcer Sherry asked Mrs if Mie had soon the She answered n tho while the officer WUB I to hcBan to get i according to i Mrs McPhotrcs was then mado to go on the right oide of the traffic post shortly after Hie officer received the rlash to to tho station nf mid the police offlcln In charge tiiat he did not know it was the iut that he was only doing hlB duty nnrl did not use THE WEATHER United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Bostonand its vicinity and for South ern NewEngland Fair Sunday penerI ailv not much I change in tempera I io southwest I Northern New j KliKlrnd Fair tonight I slightly warmer In I Nesv Hampshire and i SundaypiirtI 11 cloudy morjuratf southerly 1 For Eastern New York Fair sliglitly warmir in the interior Sunday probably lecai thundcr phowers Sunday afternoon In north aril west portion moderate eouthwest and south Lowest temperature In New England last BO at nnd in Northern Morning readings New York Washington Chicago Highland Light sen I Boston observations 8 a Eastern standard time Barometer i temperature highest yesterday lowest last night humidity 62 per wind 7 LOCOMOTIVE IN TURNTABLE PIT BY GREEN INSPECTORS MISTAKE July locomotives of the New Hayen railroad are tied up in the Worcester round house today as the result of an unusual A big Boston Maine which was being cared for in the is lying in the bottom of the turntable and the other engines in the roundhouse cannot be Strikers place the blame for the accident on a nevv engine inspector they opened the throttle by and sent the locomotive over the edge into the BANDITS SECURE SOMERVILLE PAYROLL Commit Daring Noonday Robbery at Plant of Hillson Company on Taylor St Three young all armed with at this morning com mitted a daring robbery In the business office of the Hillson tinware at 16 Taylor near Mystic Bast The ilthwnymen secured which repre sented the weeks When the robbers appeared at the factory there were In the Irv ng Hillson of 128 Powder House Boule Somerville ExAlderman Joseph rftllson of West Joseph Brady of 800 Park an em ploye Miss Etty Kallnsky of 4 Miinroe a stenographer Miss Ea her Johanson of 42 Glenwood Som also a stenographer Mrs Emma Dutch of 81 and Victor Autl of fi5 Wheat nncl also an Hie employes wore in the office to get pay Tile number oi persons In the otllce did not appear to alarm the highway One stood guard in the entryway lead ng to the office another stood on threshold of the office and a stout young well dressed and wearing a straw coolly walked into the office pointing his revolver at Irving who was on the other side of the office In charge of the pay com manded Hands or I will plug you His confederate In the doorway menaced the others In the office with his and also yelled to robber 1 Take tho cash box and all the loose The latter quickly moved close to the desk counter and reaching through the opening he seized a box containing the pay envelopes and a small tin box which contained the surplus supply of He used his to get the boxes and In the right hand was a caliber automatic which ho kept aimed directly at the face of Irving Highwayman who had betn slandlng In the stepped Into the center of the office ami covered the others In the office with his revolver while robber 1 was getting the money which he stowed under his left Continued on the EHehth AIR MOSQUITO HOLE DWELLERS SUE CITIES Everett and Chelsea Sailors in Naval Hospital Suffer The breeding of millions of of serious trouble and menace to tore the continual flooding of tni marlnen and Bailors In the Chelsea of marooning j thF Chelsea rfaval of cown anrt hordes in their and thn driving of Jargeflzod rats by the Claim River Diverted water up Into houses and Mr he has been The Temperature Today Tlie lliprmoinitor at Thompsons ypa iic tpmptpntun mi to R j 111 lodor places of loom as important j unablc to operate his paint and varnish factors in milis brought against the city of Olidsea and the city of Everett I in tho equity o the Suffolk Su perior Court by Hoston Blacking Charles George Lloyd and nuire than a dozen other individuals who liv H 27 SWORN IN FOR EMERGENCY Commander Nilson Is in Charge July mem bers of Milton American were sworn In as volunteers for emer gency police service last evening at the small Town Frank town explained the nature of the work the If called would and gave a long list of insrtuctlon which they would be expected to After the ad dress the men were all sworn In and are now ready for The men will be called by special signal on tho fire alarm which Is throe blows given on siren four Each man has a gun and police to carried on emergency and they will respond on the call to desig placea In command of squad Only in grave emergency cases will the men be Commander Frank Wilson of the post is In charge of the men and those enrolled are1 Walter Stanley Harold Georse Henry Oliver Harold Richard George Dr George John John McHar Benjamin Michael Milton Dr Paul Louis Dr Walter Perry Morton Carroll Roand Norton Herbert Carleton Rich mond and Edward The outfit has the approval of the Selectmen and Chief of Police Maurice OFFERED TODAY BY CITY OF SALEM I i i Police Hunt For Man ihoogbf To Have Killed McMahon Boy NO SERIOUS STATE OFFICIALS SAY Commissioner of Public Safety Al fred Foote said today that all he about disorders in connection with the strike was what he read In the He said that he keeps no tabulation of reports of disorders or outbreaks and In many cases doee not receive reports of such disorders until two or three days after they have Herman Gov Coxs private said that no serious disorder had been so far as le but that several assaults have een Gov Cox and Mrs Cox started today or the Profile N or a couple of days if things go along smoothly In the railroad hey may remain three or four days Governor left the State July await ing the findings ot the medical ex Mayor Dennis on behalf the at noon today offered a reward of for the ap prehension and couvictlon of the murderer of Henry aged fhe reward of will be paid by the city of Salem to any one fur nishing evidence that results In the apprehension and conviction of the tourderer of Henry reads 4the statement issued by the No other important developments In the murder mystery came to light It Is believed the police are working on a tip which has led them to but they have withheld whatever information they may Will Search Woods Wilfred aged and his of 36 Shore were taken toLynn today to look over a The umlbfo to locate the particular man they wanted the boys to look at so the youngsters returned to their home and will go again to Lynn as soon as the authorities get the man they want in They know his nfme and address and BO forth but were juat not able to locate him It is said that he has been known to assault boys before and in a gen eral way answers the descriptions of the man seen with the murdered According to the Burgoyne boys the man who was with McMa hon was of medium wore a blue suit and green The police have announced that to morrow all the special and reserve i officers of the force will ba called for duty to search the woods in the vicinity in which the murder was j The authorities think that the murderer may still be lurk ing somewhere In the HBNRY Salem Boy Who IB Believed to Have ay r House last night for Wellfleot and this morning started for the Lieut Gov Alvln Fuller said today hat ho would bo In the State during he absence of Gov Cox and would be prepared to visit the State House in any We Consider That Thfs It the Says Secretary of System Federation Criticism of Gov Cox for his call to he State constabulary Js expressed by secretary ot the Boston LMaine System in this itatement Issued by the strikers today In a report of Gov Cox he says that o diautrbance of any kind in thta itatQghad taken and then under over of darkness he orders the State onstabulary to protect railroad prop We consider that thlF is the lere is where the clear public ho being a lurgo part of the Again we are the Ciller ot factory In the area for a lone time be1 WORCESTER POLICE FORCE cause of flooded pits and saysj LOSES ALL ITS that he has seen some of the men who Mass J have market gardens nearby so bitten Georee Hill about the arms by that because of the railroad or have Wnessin was necessary for them to have their all days off for members of the arms lanced because of the poison which Worcester police departmeent are can set These it is pointcelled unutll further THINKS HUSBAND WAS SLAIN Mrs George Palmer Says He DidnUomrait Suicide July 23Mri Milan wife of Dr George 50 of a chemist employed In ther United States appraisers office on Ian tic whose body win round floating In FJofttlnr Bridge1 late last disbelieves the finding that her husband wwt aUlolde and Is firmly convinced that he was a victim of foul The JJMera and Lynn po lice are now Investlfftting If there wai any connection between the murder of the McMahon youtfland the tragedy ot Mr Reserves His Decision At 8 oclock this afternoon Mcdi Examiner Frank Atwood was to perform an autopsy on the body of young which was crushed and at the lase of a fivefoot embankment at a lonely spot in Great Pastures Dr Atwood made a preliminary ex amination of the body yesterday be fore it was removed to the Salem Hospital but preferred to reserve his decision as to the manner of the death until he shall have had an opportunity to examine the body to question witnesses and study the large bloodEtataed rocks which surrounded the spot where the dead body In the local police con tinued their search for the mysteri ous foreignlooking and light complexloned young man who was with the boy when he was last seen alive on The activities of the police were shrouded in but it is known that several police inspectors were dispatched to a neighboring city on a the nature ot which has not yet been Lloyd ana more titan a uozen oiner individuals who live or have busness in Hie area VpnHiiiiud Attorney Diflai Vorcornn of the IMV flnn who Is countti1 for the I S a M tfl 0 a til 12 71 who Is countti1 for the ed are the chief source of income this mornlnK sairt that no for many Italians and others In the ticfs bien out setttni next It Is in us the date of a hearing for the many been ruined by the appointment of a master in the j failure of the drainage system to op n complaint is boundeu by The 1021 boulevard to the North Evi After stating that If land End River 7i MI i Jd j has always been a natural drainage wa ll 70 CAB OF A LOCOMOTIVE AT MILFORD DESTROYED July De partment was called out laM evening and soon flatmi in the cab ol a locomotiv in the round house on Beach blaze wat of accidental An effort was made to drive engine out of the but th illo so j and East Kim sts in East and i urwsy for the and that up to a SO that part of the city of Chelsea which few years aco It has successfully per adjolns Locust and the surroundi formed Its the hill filed by at the cab and boiler were too hot to allow of The woodwork In wholly de ing It IK alleged althouKh torney Corcoran for the plnlntiffs states the condition of this renion lias been j that within recent years the defendant troueht to the altfntlon of Chehea End i cities have undertaken to cause said Everiit ofliciiiltmany times during tinj waterway to he restricted at past four or live otiiy promises of certain points by the laying of drains WILL NOT RUN FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY Sec MacDonald Keeps Out of Essex Contest betterment have bim due to the building of streets or other It Is that and at other points have changed The result has individuals liavibctn driven from ll homes anil places ot business because the drainage of the drfca haw been allowed to become stopped that a continual stench arises from the stag nant that mouqultoes are so thick that It is Imposlble to work in the and that they have become a the of diverting It through drains on private OV and Herman secretary to unnounceil today al h not be a candidate for terway nnd have dumped or caused to be dumped ashes and certain other re fuse material in and upon aald creek Contained on the EiKhtli though he had received offers of the Republican nomination for district Attorney of Basex but would devote himself to the and reelection of SOY Woman Describes Man The man was described by Mrs Mar garet Crean and her who live at the Toll Highland believed to be the lust ex cept his to see McMahon as being foreign rather young and of light He wore a green cap and a blue He was accompanying the McMa hon boy along Highland ev in the direction of Lynn last the day the boy When Wal ter Crean called to the McMahon the latter waved his hand hack at his Mrs Crean questioned her son as to the identity of the who walking with his hand ill that of Continued OUOUQ1B Whon Mr PalmorH body was there was a guuh in the thro tit that ha4 ths jugular Ixiter ex aminatlon a pool of blood on tho but there was no sign of any in an Interview with a reHcittativc of the Mrs Palmer aaid that ahe bolicvct her hiiHhand did tmlclile but met with foul She last saw him alive about last At Lhat timo he was dressed In old clothes and waa working1 in the She left for Framingham to get a nephew and thought Mr Palmer was undoubtedly in the best of When she returned at midnight ahe learned of her husbands Mrs Palmer said that he was always in good despite thff fact that he waa somewhat He Was Never Despondent According to her Mr Pal mer never contemplated suicide and waa at no time It Is her belief that he was mistaken for some one else who had enemies and tluit he may have been killed for ven geance wrongly Shf said that neither he nor her husband had enemy that they knew Her conclu sion Is that her husband whilefixing the garde may have discovered some one robbing the house and been killed ae a Nothing has been missed from the hoiistand change that dead man JiaO in his porket was Ktil fhfit when the body way found float ing in thf When asktd if any sharp instrument Is missing from the Mrs Calmer nalrl that all her husbands razors were accounted for and everything else with which he might have taken his The George a 21yearold shares the samebelief as his mother and Is Uttermlned that a rigid Investi gation be The Palmer home is only two from the point where the discovery ef the body was made and is in a wooded When Mr was work ing in the garden he was very near thick shrubbery and and it would have boon possibkfor some one to spring out and kill him Chief Inspector William Kane said that so far as he knows no foul play committed und that the report of Capt John who was on the case lust did not denote that Mr Pal mer dieed from anyones hand but According to the report of Medical Er amiiur Mr Palmer wag nearly dead before the body fell Into the Why Did the Body Float Many people are mystified about way the body flouted to the surface no Several yearn another found in the same had been underneath the water for nine or Htm Tlie body of Mr Palmer was heavily weighted and ordinarily would bo in the water some time before it would come to the Continued on the   

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