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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - August 29, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                Remember Tomorrows Globe Order It in Advance Read the Sunday Globe Maga zine Read the advls in tomorrows late eninj djtion Registered VOL on 00 Entered ns second eloBS matter at under the act oC March TUESDAY AUGUST 192222 PAGESTWO CENTS RNALCLOSiNfi STOCKS CONFESSIONS GARY TRAIN WRECK CAN PELLETIER SERVE AGAIN Views Differ on Question Which I Is Without Precedent lr Among the subjects of discussion erousod by the approach of the State Sept Is the possible effect on the candidacy of ExDst Atty Joseph who again seeks that office of an act of this years Legislature nrovlding that a district attorney shall be a member of the Rooms To Lett Boarders Wantcdf Help Wanted Adver tise in tomorrows LOW CENTRE OF GRAVITY THE IMOYESBUICK BOSTONBUICK Not long after the act was Mr who publicly announced the act was aimed at began the necessary procedure under the Initiative and referendum amend ment of the State Constitution to prevent it from becoming It will be remembered that after the Supreme Court had removed him from office it later cut off his mem bership of the Massachusetts Mr Pelletler secured more than the signatures required on a referendum petition and as a result the question of accepting the act will be placed on the ballot at the State Nov Meanwhile the operation of the law is suspended as provided under the and amendment to the Consti POLICE SAY FOUR SHOP STRIKERS MADE THEM Those Only Men Held in Gary on Murder Aug 29 fby P Confes signed and sworn of four men held by the Gary police on charges of murder In connection with the wreck of a Michigan Central Express train on Aug 20 are In the hands of Dwlght county preparatory to presentation to the Lake County Grand according to the author The Grand Jury Is expected to be con vened within a few The police In sist that only four men are held although other reports have been that nt least 10 men were In The affidavits charging based on the death of the engineer and fireman of the express name the defendants as Albino Joe Charles Usiles and Joe all of Chi and all of whom claim union mem bership and say they now are on The fourth that attributed by the police to was obtalnei early For 14 hours he had denlO any part in the alleged plot hy which the police and railroad agents asser he train known as the Million Dolla Express was wrecked one mile east o Racing Autos Cause Injury To Several BUY SOME SOFT COAL AND HARD WOOD NOW Recommendation Made by Boston Emergency Fuel Committee Today No Precedent for the Situation Never since the and was adopted as a result of the Constitutional Con Continued on the Ponrth HOMUIKZ HiuitliiKton ut Exeter The Excellent Cooking in This Hotel Is Known from Const to Const The Hotel Where Tourists Stop When in Boston Breezy Location 860 800 with private bnth to per day BRAVES FIELD Band Concert 8 to 9 Fireworks 9 to TICKETS RESERVED GRANDSTAND TO Send in your orders fop Next Monday Mom ing Globe The Editions of the Evening Globe Will Be Omitted 4 LABOR DAY your or ders now for the Globe of Monday Newsdealers Send in your orders for Monday Morning AH the news of the holi day will be printed in the Tuesday Morning and Even ing if u R WRECK TWENTIETH CENTURY LIMITED PLOTTED AUB 29 Five men war charged with murder being ac cuaed of wrecking the Dolla Express on the Michigan Central nea AUB when two of train crew were Five others were held In with the wreck investigation and least two who are known are sought according to the The latter said confessions obtained from some of the prisoners not only solved the wreck of the but bared a plot to wreck the Twentieth Century a crack New York Chicago near The five who face murder charges are Joseph Charles UseMs John Albino Alessla and James All were said to be striking Petrowskl and Papourvltoh were said to have confessed the wrecK The men are and before Continued on the Ninth of hfffh mrntnl ability will become n ICRdor if he Is permitted nnrt encour aged to develop in accordance with ma mental A ppeelal clnea of gifted boys four yenrs from college will be orKariized next September and given a fouryear program enriched In con tent and especially ndnpted to develop ing marUorl qualities of A ppeclal booklet the plan of Address Ira HUNTINGTON SCHOOL 320 IHintinyton Boston BOSTON RADIO EXPOSITION v AMATEUR CONVENTION MECHANICS WEEK of 4 RESERVE SPACE NOW EjcociHIvo PARK SQUARE THE WEATHER United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and Its vicinity Probably lo cal showers late to night or Wednesday somewhat cooler Wednesday moderate westerly For Southern New England Showers to night or Wednesday somewhat cooler Wednesday moderate southwest shifting to west and For Northern New England Showers onlght partly cloudy and cooler moderate south shifting to vest and For Eastern New York Local show arfl tonight or Wednesday warmer In iouth portion cooler In extreme north portion tonight cooler In the Interior Wednesday moderate southwest ecoming Morning temperatures New England 58 to New York Washington i Chicago St Paul Highland Light I 02 sea I Boston observations at 8 a Eastern standard time Barometer i temperature highest yesterday lowest lost night 60 humidity 75 per cent clear wind 8 miles an hour 1 rainfall The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thompsons Spa rccordo the temperature up to 12 m today ns follows 1821 1022 j 1021 1022 I 3 a M 0 a 70 64 61 I 12 80 WALKER RALLY FANEUIL HALL 12 Oclock Noon HEAR JOSEPH WALKEK And Other Prominent KpjmbllranB Ubernl Republican LCJIBUB of Bryant Stratton School OPENS S COUKSKH Artmtn Bpcrrtnriul Ooiiiuicrriul Civil liullctin ttpun TVlaiihnnp Prindiml Bnrli Huy 3000 334 Boylnton comer Rout on Start Saving Today Interest Begins September 1 NORTH END SAVINGS BANK Over 45 Years at This 57 COURT BOSTON Did the Globe print MORE Real Estate Advts than the second Boston newspaper having Daily and Sunday editions during the seven months ending July 31 Because Of the splendid results the Globe brings to its pa Real Estate For Sale Real Estate For Rent Apartments To Let Offices To Let or Wanted ADVERTISE IN TOMORROWS AND WEDNESDAYS GLOBE Read the Uncle Dudley Editorial in todayt Advise your to read and advertise in the Daily and Sunday Buy some soft coal and some hard wod at at That is the advice contained in the following state ment to the public from the Boston Emergency Fuel which was given out by Chairman James Phelan A survey among the retail coal dealers in the city of Boston by the Boston Emergency Fuel Committee covering the past 10 days would indicate that there is a very limited supply of hard coal on hand that it is doubtful if much more hard coal will come into our State for some It is a certainty that there will not be suf ficient ahrd coal or anywhere near it to meet the de mands this The supply of soft coal is in greater and this supply from now on should be increased mate To the householder and to the user of coal in gen eral we feel that they should arrange for a supply of soft coal as soon as and in addition study the various suggestions being made as to how to eco soft and in this way be ready to meet any emergency that may develop this We also advise putting in of as much wood as pos and the use of wood wherever it can be used in place of coal The Boston committee is going carefully into the question of the proper methods for the domestic use of soft nad we expect to have within a few days a de tailed set of instructors which we believe will mate rainy assist the householder in the proper handling of the soft coal which he will undoubtedly have to use during the SPECULATORS DEMANDING MORE THAN A FAIR PRICE FOR SOFT COAL Fuel Administrator Eugene Hultman issued a statement today in which he declared that speculators are demanding and per ton more than the socalled Hoover Maximum Fair Price for bituminous Administrator Hultman said that a number of com plaints have been received by the Commission on the Necessaries of Life to this even now that the bitu minous coal strike has been settled and production is rapidly The desiring more specific information concerning these requests dealers to furnish the commission with all information at their HARDING WISHES COAL ANDJAIUUTHORITY Would Take Over Properties Only If Direst Public Necessity Compelled Him AUK 9 by resident Harding still believes that should him iimnediate authority to take over railroads and lining it was said today at ic White but has assured Con ressional spokesmen that only the lost dire public necessity would move iiu to exercise such if If Congress Indicates unwillingness to nnct the legislation the resident does not intend to push his pinion or to make a formal public de land for the it was offi lals adding that he does not believe nat there is any present necessity for ction under such a Federal Coal Agency Abandoned abandonment of President Hardinss proposal to Congress for a Federal coal with capital to sell and distribute was an on Uio MCEWANSGAR HITS TWO OTHERS Man With Whom He Was Racing Gets Away Special to tlic Globe Aug automobiles were In collision on the Salisbury turnpike late last and several of the occupants were none of them It is alleged that a big owned by Harold Richards of New York and driven by his Edward who was alone in th machine and was coming from York Beach towards this city to meet a was racing with another ma the identity of which teas no been as it got McEwans machine struck a tour ing car owned by Frank Lessard o 302 Salem South whicl was being operated by Albert Poole 260 Salem South whic was capsized and With Mr Poole were Mrs Marj Margaret Poole and Frank all of South M Poole had an arm fractured and Mar garet Poole sustained a bad cut on her left Their Injuries wcr treated at the this after which they were dis Other occupants of the car were cut and After striking the Lawrence car WcEwans machine plunged ahead about 1BO feet and hit head on sedan and operated by George Hamilton North An who was accompanied by Mrs George Hamilton and Mrs Mrs Hamilton was cut by flying glass and chauffeur McBwan was more or leas They were attended by local Chief Harold Congdon of the aliebury police and his officers as Isted the injured people and In clear ng away the wrecked Traffic was blocked for some time chauffeur of the car al leged to have been responsible for the was arrested by Chief Congdon and dharged with reckless He was bailed for appear ance in court Sept LIQUOR MASTER REPORTS ON BIG SEIZURE United States District Court Will Pass on Finding The report of Master Arthur Hill In the case of Cornelius formerly a Boston liquor dealer and hotel was filed In the United States District Court Mr Keefe had alleged that the seizure of liquor valued at from him some time at his Dartmouthat was in violation of the on the ground that It was a prewar This claim is not sustained by the who finds for the Gov The court will pass on the which would cause a com plete loss of to The report is a sad blow to Mr who has fought with tooth and nail to show that his rights were while on the other hand the Government Just as strongly contested for the validity of the which was the sensation of a because of the great value of the highclass wines and liquor which Mr Keefe had stored in Dartmouthst According to the findings of attor ney in his a bottle of liquor was sold to Howard a Government on the premises at 109 Dartmouth and he finds that the Keefe cellar was used for purposes other than a pri vate The report goes on to say I as a matter of that if so the knowledge or lack of knowledge of the petitioner is not and toe is not entitled to a return of the Finding Is a Long One The report filed by attorney Hill is covering 16 It contains an exhaustive review of the Continued on the Ninth DR GREENS WIFE TESTIFIES HE WAS FREQUENTLY AWAY ALL NIGHT Often Defiant When AboutKMiarage Manager Also Witness at Trial Mrs Ida Green was the principal wl nese In the Brighton Court this morn where her Dr William A formerly of 828 Blue Hill and Mrs Flora 88 Corey are on charged with a statutory The trial opened last but after a days hearing was continued until this Mrs Green testified regarding conyer atlons she and some of her relatives lad with Dr urging him to give IP Mrs Usually he promised to lo his wife I told him Mrs Eliott was wrecking perfectly good said Mrs ana that she would wreck him person illy and eventually destroy his busl Mrs Green said that she has one She declared that ut some imes her husband was defiant when he asked him about his repeated ences from home and said that It was one of her affair and that he would do h he She said that he was requently away all generally ex Oonttnned on the Ninth ANOTHER HIGH RECORD FOR DAILY COAL CAR LOADINGS Apartments To Let or Wantedf Rooms To Lett Advertise in to morrowfs They are Aug setting another high record for daily coal loadings during the strike made public today by the Association of Railway showed that on Saturday last the cars loaded totalled exceeding by 312 the total for The total for the whole of last week was announced as or approximately Preliminary figures of loadings of coal for yesterday received by the Central Fuel Distribution Committee in dicated a total of about Savings Deposits Go on Interest Last Day of Each Month Deposits Received by Mail EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY 1 Court 124 Boylston Capital Member Federal Reserve System The Daily Sunday Globe Order the Globe regu larly your newsdealer or FLOATING HOSPITAL Needs We appeal to business people and obliged to summer in the who must realize the absolute need of our Hospital for sick and ailing We ask you who enjoy New Englands summer re sorts to remember the little children of the poor who look to our ship as a godsend and Please Send Contributions to GEORGE 44 State Boston HOMECOMING Household Supplies You may effectually dispose of the most important of the 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