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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - August 24, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                l 1 Real Estate Advts For Sundays Globe Order them Remember the Globe offers the best Real Estate medium In New T late Entered QS second clais matter at under the act of March THURSDAY 192220 PAGESTWO CENTS CLOSING MAYOR OFF GLOUCESTER MADIA HAD 550 L CASES OF SCOTCH Captured Ossipee and ii LifeSavers Aug Schooner Acadla from having 660 cases of old Scotch In her Was captured off this port early this morning by the United States Rev Cutter assisted by Capt King and the lifesavers from the Dplliver Neck The sprightly rum runner has been playing around outside this port waiting to make Tier connections with those who were to take off the cargo of Suspicious actions caught the eyes of the revenue who have been for a British steamship which is off this port with a cargo of 6000 cases of Early this morning by prearrange ment Capt King and his lifesavers cooperated with the Ossipees cap tain and crew and held up and cap tured the Captain and crew were taken aboard the Osslppee and brought to Capt King and crew went iabcfard the brought her in side the breakwater and anchored her on the Pancake The Acadia will be towed to Boston later end her cargo taken In charge by the Prohibition Her captain and crew will bo ar ralgned before United States Com Jjnlssioner Hayes in the Federal Build ing at The skipper of the Acadia is said to be a Capt Sellg of HEAVY SENTENCES FOR MEN OF HAWKS CREW Aus 24Capt William LouIon of the schooner Hawk and William a member of the were sen tenced to one year in the lloube of Cor rection and lined J1000 each when they appeared in the District Court charged with keeping and selling Joseph another oc the Hawks was fined and John Howard Harding and his were found not London and Meuse They were each held in J2000 The Hawk was seized oft Magnolia Aug 14 when an attempt was made to land liquor in a small The schooner was pursued and but not before a large quantity of the liquor had been thrown German Marks Drop to About 20 For a French Francs Also Low NEW Aug marks were quoted today at cents a hun or approximately 20 for a as compared with 6i cents a hundred last nlRht and 10 cents a week French francs also sank to the years lowest being quoted at cents as compared with cents yes Slight reactions also took place In demand sterling and other European MARK PLUNGES TO 8600 i TO THE POUND STERLING 1 Xugr 24 by Ger man mark took another downward plunge today and touched 8600 to the pound Get Burdett CoHege Catalog New State Courses Desired IS Boylston Beach v STRIKE SETTLEMENT UP TO THE SHOPMEN Statement by Spokesman For Brotherhood Chiefs In New York NEW Aug 24 by now up to the said a spokes man for the Big Five Brotherhood chiefs this afternoon after they had conferred with a committee representing a group of about 20 roads on a proposition for effecting separate settlements between individual roads and striking shopmen Representatives of a score of railroads und the Big Five Brotherhood chiefs this mornlns conferred at the Yale about three hours on the possibility of effecting separate agreements be tween individual lines and their strik ing We are still said ren spokesman for the brother hood when the meeting adjourned at p without announcing whether another session would be held The chief of locomotive engineers de clined further to discuss the which was surrounded the utmosv SeHeehastened to the Hotel Woodstock to confer with leaders of the stationary TWO GRAND JURIES ON THE TREHONT TRUST CO It Is Will Hear Evidence in Connection With Finding Stolen Bonds Atty Gen Allenand Dlst Atty OBrlfn conferred today In regard to the con vening of two Grand Juries on Mon As a result of the conference It is expected that the Grand Jury called in Iby the district attorney will occupy the usual Grand Jury room and the newly drawn Grand under a special at the request of the Attorney will occupy the divorce session of the Superloi understood that Dlst Atty OBrien intends to present evidence con nection with the Hndlne of stolen bonds In the Tremont Trust It is not hla it is to fur ther inquire into the Tremont Trust HOUSE SITS ON TINKHAM BILL Tables Volstead Then Strikes It Off AUK 24ReslBnatlon of Representative as chairman a mem ber of the IIouss Judiciary because of help alleged to have been Riven In the Inst election by the AntiSaloon was requested In a resolution presented and read In tne House today by Bepresentatlve Tlnk of Representative Il moved thJU U be laid on the and the motion was adopted with a loud chorue of After Ihe resolution had been laid on the which move amounted to hill ing there was a led by Rep resentative of Mis to strike it from the and this was 141 to Company The Attorney General who has in his possession all evidence relating to the Tremont Trust Company Isexpected to present the same to the Grand he has called Into So two Grand Juries are ex pected to take up two different Inquiries relating to the Tremont Trust The Attorney General Is expected also to present evidence In the oases of the Hanover Trust the Prudential Trust the Greene Com pany and spme brokerage Charles a Federal prisoner at the Plymouth has asked Atty Gen Allen for leave to inspeot certain papers In the case against The Attorney General Is Inclined to give him every as especially since he is without YACHT GARA MIA BEATS PATRICIA Score Stands 4 to 1 in Favor of the Canadians i n i L to Collins Band of 12 BOY TELLS OF THE BANDON TRAGEDY Irish Chief Encouraged Men While Dying Aug thelittle band of fighting men who made the Inst stand with Collins and who fol lowed the body of the slain hero through the Dublin streets with lowered head and tearblinded COSGRAVE PROBABLY WILL BE NEW PRESIDENT OF BAIL EIREANN Collins Original Wedding Date Was Day He Was Slain AUK 24 by TV marriage of Michael chief of the Irish Free to Kitty Kiernan had been fiied originally for but the day Collins says Dublin dispatch to the Evening The wedding date had been post until later this month account ofthe death of Arthur President of the Dail Eireann Miss daughter of a prominent business man of County had bought hertrousseau was a boyish figure wearing a ragged and a tweed cap Across his shoulders he carried a machine the same gun with which he said afterward he had poured a hall of lead Into Collins at After the he told an In terviewer In a shy and diffident man and In a voice often choked by a vivid story of the fatal Au yncht Cam Mia of the Royal Canadian Yncht again defeated the Patricia of the East ern Yacht Club of In the Interelub races and the score now stands i to 1 In favor of the Cana FLAMES SWEEP PHILADELPHIA PUNT Fail Advertising Start Now Start your Fall advertising Use the beat in the Advts For Next Sundays Globe Should Be Ordered Today SUNDAY GLOBE CAREFULLY To insure insertion in the Sunday Globe advertise ments under the following classifications must be in the office not later than MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS AND TRAVEL FARM AND CARDEN CASH REGISTERS Want and Classified advts other than the above must be in the Globe office before i 30 on We cannot guarantee the proper classification of advts ordered on Apartments To Let or Wanted Real Estate For Sale Business FOP Sate Automobiles For Sale Advertise In the Dally Sunday Aug S4Flre last I night swept the fertilizer plant of causing damage estimated at upward of The 30 buildings comprising the plant were mostly frame THE WEATHER United States Weath er Bureau forecasts for Boston and its vi for New land and Kastern New prob ably with showers and thunderstorms to night and Friday not much change in tem fresh south to southwest High temperatures prevailed with maxima from M to 100 degrees in the Missouri Valley and Southwestern Today at 8 a m the temperature In New England ranged from 08 to at New York It was 68 70 New 80 St 78 78 Kan nas 78 Highland sea j Boston observations at 8 a m Barome inches temperature highest 76 per 1 11 miles an lowest last night 68 humld percent wind The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thomptona Spa record the temperature up to B p in todny ae follotfs 1921 1822 71 70 Up 71 80 70 80 1021 1022 3 n 02 On Ill on 78 12 OB 78 I FATHER JOHNS MEDICINE Is composed of the purest healthbuild ing No Caught by CrissCross Fire The car in which Collins was he e was the first to meet the There were at least 250 them against 12 ot It was about 9 oclock when we passed through the We had not gone over 400 yards along the road when from both sides we were caught by a deadly crlssrcross of machine gun The driver of Collins car wanted to drive ot but the Gen eral ordered him to halt and told us to take He took command of the whole situation and directed the fire against the attackers for nearly an Two machine guns kept up Inces sant firing at Micks open but up to then no one had been and it bogan to look although the irregu lars weregoing to scatter in order to risk no more Encouraged Men It was during a lull in the at fire that Mick noticed a snip er creeping on hands and knees some distance down the road behind Mick immediately went about a dozen yards in his with the object of stopping further move ment in the rear of the At that moment heavy firing swept Continued on the Twelfth SLEEP SICKNESS WON DEATH RAGE Daughter of Brockton President Victim Aug 21Mlss Mary 18yearold daughter of Sid ney and Mrs Davidson of died at Prudence Island last night from sleeping a few minutes after her father had raced by motor car arid motor boat here with two doctors from The girl had been sick since but was believed Her ill becoming apparently htr father was reached by With two Brockton doctors he started over the mainland by motor with a speed launch meeting the machine to take the party across Narragansett They arrived in 1 hour and 46 mln but medical added to given by Dr Ross on the was WILLIAM COSGKAVH When the Dail Eireann pos sibly on Saturday of this its first duty will be to select a new President to succeed the late Arthur William Dublin Alder man and at present of Local will very likely fall heir to that Blthdr Richard who is now Michael Collins successor as Command erlnCltief of the Cosgrave will probably become the titular head of the Provisional MICHAEL COLLINS BODY REACHED DUBLIN TODAY Met at Pier by Great Throng of Mourners and to Meet on Saturday Aue 24 by jn the tricolor of Ireland the coffin con taining the body of Michael slain chief of the Free State Govern was landed hero early today from the steamer Classic and later borne throughthe streets amid an impressive tribute from the assembled Gen Collins body was met at the dock by larsa throngs of In cluding Richard chief ot and other prominent representatives of the The body was taken on a gun preceded by a band of o St Vincents Guns Bristle In Funeral Cortege Prayers were said as the procession passed In broken only by the distant craok of snipers rifles In vari ous parts of the grief stricken The cortege was flanked by a line of Dublin marching In slow vlth the muzzles of their revolvers protruding from the A de achment of Civic Guards In blue unl orms They were the only unarmed men In the Immediately behind came an armored car bristling with rifles held at all comprising an incongruous end ng to the mournful Several men who were wounded In the near County Tusedny In which Colllrs lost his had accompanied their beloved leaders body on the sea voyage to placed It on the wooden platform built on the 18pounder gun The dead Generals charger was led riderless The members of the Provisional Gov ernment and deputies of the Dail Elre together with the members of the headquarters immediately fol Then came the throngs of bora headed men and many of them making no effort to restrain their Revolver Still In Holster The body was later removed from the hospital where It was first to the hospital Under the vigilance of a guard of honor chosen from the National the dead Gen erals relatlyes and friends visited the chapel during the morning and large crowds passed by the bier through out the Collins body was attired In the uni form of with his revolver still left In Its Even Jn the pale of the National hero wore the appearance of determina Body to Lie In State It was arranged to remove the body from St Vincents Hospital with an impressive ceremony to the City Hall later in the In order to give the thousands of sorrowing Irishmen and women an opportunity of seeing for the last time the features of their Tomorrow the remains will tie taken to the whent a high requiem mass will be held preceding the funeral at the Glasnevin Ceme tery on From last crowds had been gathering at the Nnrth Quay to witness the arrival of the which docked at 2 oclock this morn Reverse Arms Scenes typical of the Nations sorrow marked the progress of the cpffln from the steamer through the long avenue of troops with reversed arms to tne waiting gun Regular officers draped the plain oak casket in tile Free State colors and Fiancee at His Bier Collins lay dressed exactly as he mat his the uniform bearing the crimson stain which told the story ol the Poignant scones were wit nessed In the little chapel as the mourners came and Miss Kitty Collins and his Miss Powell were among the first to enter the chap After them others came In a steady many of them lingering before the body and reluctant to leave Many kissed the forehead of Irelands dead Meanwhile nuns moved silently to and fro in the pale light of the Sir John Lavery stood beside the coffin with a painting the portrait of the dead Dail to Meet Saturday Dublin began to recover somewhat today from the shock caused by the dra matic death of Gen Collins and plans went forward for the meeting of the new Southern Parliament on when the ministerial changes necessi tated by the sudden removal of Collins and Arthur Griffith are expected to be William Cosgraye IB acting as the head of the Provisional Free State Government and Richard as phief of is directing Winter Consumption Estimated v At Tons The fact tHat Boston Is facing a serious coal with less than 8000 tons of hard coal In the against an average Winter consump tion of and tons of soft coal against an average Winter consumption of was made public today by Mayor Curley in connection with a statement of efforts which he is making to prevent discomfort and unemployment this Winter as a re sult of this A sharp reduction In electricand gas rates to with a wide spread publicity campaign to pro mote the use of these fuels for both heating and has been sug gested to the Edison Electric Illu minating Company and the Boston Consolidated Gas in a let ter gent to these two corporations this morning by Mayor The Mayor has also requested the Com missioner of Public Works to as sign some of his men to act as in spectors of the plants around B ton which use the most and to urge them to Install oil burning to prevent unemployment this The Mayor stated possibility of the schools closed when cold weather because of lack of He has suggested Installing oil but the School House Commission is opposed to Visible Supply Tons The figures in regard to the short age of coal at the present time were secured from a member of the Municipal Fuel andwere a surprise to Mayor It was stated that in 15 or more barges In the harbor at the present time there are about tons of soft with about 8000 tons more in various storage yards about the In all It Is there are less than 8000 tons of hard Mayor when given these in some what was Mr Storrows intention In refusing a cargo of tons of Scotch lust and was In formed that Mr Storrow believed that the strike being almost coal would arrive in time to prevent a serious It was imme diately tint no coal could get to Boston for at least four weeks after mining Tho normal annual consumption of coal in the city of Boston amounts to tons of hard coal and tons of soft The Winter stated Is figured as 50 percent of thisto There is therefore at the pres ent tlma a total shortage of approxi mately tons of the amount normally required to get Boston through the for the heating of homes and keeping the iKlustrial plants In writing to the gas and electric Mayor Curley is going on the basis that what coal there is liould go to those who can maku the moat use of and that the most can be from such coal by turning it into electrical or gaseous rather than using it in the comparatively wasteful home The coal now In the it is is being distributed only to hospitals and other such institutions which have a natural prior claim upon It Letter to Gas and Electric The Utter sent by Mayor Curley to tlM gas and electric companies IB as lows I The present strike of the coal ers and the railroad workers ot has brought Massachusetts and face to tace with conditions pregnant with peril and and unless met with courage and publlj must bring distress and ter to this The necessary supplies of coat Boston over the coming Winter ari not In sight the available ot other fuels are neither sufficient nir practical to meet the emergency now almost upon us and even were the coal strike settled tomorrow the ham pered and of railroad transportation contain no prom ise of relief calculated to Insistent demands of the Tho gravity ot the occasion calls for prompt preparation and immediate tor tlon If the city is be saved without may bf termed a threat to our civilization and a serious danger to the i pros perity and security of As Major ot this ing problem has me many and I would be derelict In roy duty If I did not seek a remedy for impending lilt and cUl upon brain and heart of Boston foraldand The I am Is a call to duty to your an occasion when profit will be made sub ordinate to human suffering and munal Emergency Reduction The Industries of Boston must supplied with fuel that may continue and that the condition may not be made harder by unemploy ment and Its consequent problem of household heating can meaeureably met and solvedby the adoption of a wise and onthe part ot the heat and corporations of the I believe It Is their duty to meet Ctmttmiea on the Fifth Tell your newsdealer or netosi boy to save you a copy of next Sundays Order the Dally and Sunday Globe regularly from your newsdealer or OF BOYS Betweeen 8 and 15 should linow of the school for younger boys Huntlngtcn Include 7th and 3th Separate Directed play and Progressive mot ho Teachers of Unusual fad I ties for physical Address Ira HUNTINGTON SCHOOL 320 Huntlngtop Iloiton Suffolk Law School Largest ovcnluj aw School In nth Fourmr Splen did new occupyiug enttvft Dome and Temple opposite Join the or Civilian of Freshmen class now IlegUttctton also Monday and Friday Call or phone for cats foe1824 Dertio Dtin rktnt Order Your Seats Now at the WILBUR for THE BAT Orlglnn Company Continued ou the Twelfth DESIRABLE OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE COLONIAL BUILDING BOYLSTON A location and building where effice space 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