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Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - September 5, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts To Sell Tires And Advertise In Tomorrows Wednesday Globs lening Edition VOL CII 07 Entered ns second class matter at under the net at March TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 192220 PAGESTWO CENTS THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER 00 MEETING BABE RUTH LACED OUT HIS 29TH HOMER IN FIRST INNING TODAY NEW Sept Ruth laced out his 29th home run of the season today in the first inning of the Yankees first game with the Boston Red STATE LEGION DEPARTMENT Names of Delegates and Alternates to New Orleans National Convention Are Announced RADIO IS GUIDED BY WIRELESS WILLIAM DOYLE New State Commander ot American at His Desk In the State House READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN TODAYS GLOBE Next Goes on Interest Accounts Opened by Fir Seamon and Others 1883 AssotN f TREMONT BOSTON Join Oiar Vacation or Savings Clubs Cnn fnr or lechnlcnl nr fiprcia nml lechnirn lit Iluntlnpion Teachers of Excellent rooma anrl Emphnsls on the Unusual for physical Junior 1th gradeto 7th prarle to colloffe 14th your opens Address Ira IJUNTINGTON SCHOOL 820 HuiKliiKton llnston By GEORGE NOBL In turning over the wheel of the State department of tho American Legion to Ensign William of the this at Le gion in the State Brig Gen CllMles he sides congratulating State Comjimnder Doyle congratulated the navy on controlling for lite first time in Commander Doyles first official act was to via John Ruby of Back Bay an exJohnny the profusion of cut flowers he received on the occasion of his inaugural to dis abledveterans at Parker Mill and other similar hospitals in this This morning were made public the names of tho 37 delegates and their al in addition to the five delcgatonatlarge and will ho in control of any plan of campaign decided upon to put across Brig Gen Ktlward Logan as the next National commander of the at the con vention coming at New Orleans next and Lorlng Swasey of Taun ton as one of the five National vice delegates will also decide on the support to be offered Dr Robert Blood of N who willbe another candidate for National vice In accordance with the agreement at Hyc N on the formation Jhere In August of the District 1 Coun embracing all New England except New will go in the train to the same general headquarters and will attempt to effect plans which shall result definitely In the Eastern part of this country having a weighty voice next year In Legion matters of National The delegates named this who were elected in caucuses at the Continued on the Ninth Tomorrow Wednesday Real Estate for Business for sale Automobiles for salef Advertise in tomorrows EVENING OF NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Open to JIiii and Women rrciiarniloiif for Imr ixauiiliatiuns nnd iinir tlre Grunts A imifli liivRcr iwrrentngi or linvp tlie Iw thnu nl liny otliir Ivuliliie Inw hi Niw MtH wir opiraa on Jloston 818 Hmitlnjrton Hack Uay 3MPROVED SPRINGS THE NOYESBUICK BOSTONQUICK IN ISOLATED SUITE AT ATLANTIC CITY Elaborate Plans to Avoid Any Eavesdropping ATLANTIC N Sept The situation developed tiy the strike injunction obtained by the Govern ment has caused the executive con ference of the American Federation of Labor to reserve a private suite on the ninth floor of the hotel Am They will take pos session on Originally the annual shore conference was to have opened Complete isolation from the rest of the hotel has been insisted upon by the labor andt the suite will be shut off and a corps of union help assigned to handle everything from the cooking to general Elaborate plans for secrecy in the proceedings have been made and the precautions include a guard at the elevator Whether the question of a general strike will be taken up here is not discWed in the advance informa but the indications are that the discussions will get under way as soon as Samuel Gompers and his cabinet starttheirsession STRIKERS TRESPASS AT FftAMlNGHAM Sept Morey and John striking yar inspec formerly In the employ of the were jivin a hearing before Judge Blodset In the District Court here tills on a complaint of trespassing on railroad Evidence was Introduced that they In terfered with mon working for the rail road and that Rjorclnn threatened Their cases were continued for one on condition that keep oft railroad property and otherwise keep the EDITOR OF LABOR ARRESTED FOR CONTEMPT Co editor and publisher 6f the Labor was arrested last fol lowing the ftlll of a criminal informa tion against him by United States district Cphen Is charged with in junctions granted to several railroads recently by Federal Judge by the publication of an editorial In his paper on Sept He was released on bond for appearance Sept The edi torial was it denunciation nonunion men for taking the placesoE the strik ingunion LEADERS IN SPEECHES CONDEMN STRIKE INJUNCTION Sept the Govern mens rail strike Injunction universally condemned by union leaders in Labor Day messages impendlngFed eral Court action In cases growing out of arrests for alleged violation of the writ occupied the foreground of the picture of the Nations industrial situa tion The annual holiday brought a lull In railroad strike While some Labor Day orators Were cautious In their references to tjie other union leaders appearing as speak ers followed Samuel president of the American Federation of In attacking the restraining Speaking in Mr Gompers reiterated his charge that the injunc tion was a violation of life Constitution and the laws of the Members of the executive council of the American Federation of Labor were gathering at Atlantic City At the conference Gompers said he would place before the committee requests from various labor organizations for a general strike JUSTICEWMAY RETIRE NEXT Not Expected to Announce His Decision at Once Here is the latest use for The idea is to relieve the horse of the burden of thei jockey he 11 win the race This is the first radio He circles the track riderless but under the direction of his who Bits In the grand Photo shows Radio in race at the Cook County near Fourth Arrest in GOOD MARGIN IN GOLF PLAY McPhail Also Ahead at 18 Holes Schofield and Aulbach Even j FIRE IN PITTSBURG R Sept reports to the Department of indicate that the fire which de stroyed the bunkhouse of the Pennsylvania Railroad at vith a loss of seven was of accidental Sept 5 Retirement from the Supreme Court Bench is un der ccimuclfriitlon by Associate Justice William It was otllclally stated today the White bur Mr Day is not expected to announce his decision until he has determined to whet extent his duties an umpire of the German American Claims Commission would in terfere with his work as a member of the SENATE CONFIRMS JUSTICE SUTHERLAND AT ONCE Sept George Sutherland of Utah was nomi nated today by President Harding to be associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United and the within 0minutes after1 the natne was confirmed the nomination in open eecutive session and without the usual reference to a Burdett College Opens Today New Classes Begin Next Call or Phone for 18 Boylston EXKAISERS INTENDED BRIDE IS PRINCESS HERMINE OF REUSS Engagement Will Not Be Announced Until After the Birthday Anniversary of Late ExKaiserin Sept exGerman Kaisers intended bride is the Princess Hermine of 34yearold according to a report quoted by the Daily Mails Berlin corre The he will not be announced until after the anniversary of the late exKaiserins The Times of London on Aug 25 published a report that ExEmperor William was betrothed to the widow of a German almost of royal It was said that she had re cently visited William at his place of and that their marriage would take place the coming Princess Hermine of Reuss is the widow of Prince Jean of who died in She was born Dec and is the mother of five the eldest of whom is She owns a large estate at Father and Two Sons Also Are Involved in Case RESUMES GREENEJNPRY Grand Jury Called 16 More Witnesses Today The special Grand Jury resumed Its investigation of the Greene Com pany The following witnesses were called Frank GIlmbrR of 1122 Washington I Milton Mary McDonough of 21 Peacevale Dorchester Mary I Ward of 71 Florida Dorchester MorI ris AbrMns of 3 Page Dorchester Frank ONell of 11 Leon Roxbury Henrv Dorney of 82 South Hunting ton Roxbury Walter Dwyer of 15 BlcUerstaff Miss Archibald of 111 Milk John Nicholson of 19 Rosemont Dorchester Georgia McColloUKh of 31 Hollis George Pa pandrlanos of S20 Hudson Patrick I Haggertv of KM ville Frank Pelton of 2286 MassaI chusetls Cambridge Delia Hurj raon of 28 Humphreys Dorchester Adolph Rodulskl of 21 Gnrfleld Hyde and Patrick Ronaghan of FATHERlOHNS MEDICINE Is a pure food Builds health and Try it THE AID OM1RIPPLES Provisions of Bill That Went Into Effect This Month This month a bill for for wheelchair and other cripples whn cannot support themselves passed by the Legislature last session went into The fund provides that a cripple who connot support himself may receive up to per Cripples who desire to take advantage of the bill should ap ply at the office of Public State Cripples who can be trained may secure vocational training and educa tion by applying to the Department of State The Boston Blind and Cripple UnUvi has always endeavored to secure better living conditions for the cripples and presented the bill to the A meeting of the Boston Blind Cripple Union will be held Sept 15 in Myers Tremont at S oclock In the All blind and crippled are Deitrick la A fourth arrest was made today In the alleged stock theft case when Inspectors Farroll and Haggcrty ot the Bureau of Criminal Investigation took into custody Henry is charged in Ihreo counts with larceny and con Inspectors Hagerty and Towie of Police Headquarters arrested early yesterday morning in Revere John Morris Jacobs and Joseph all living on Glendalo Ev i Tho arrests were made on Indict ment John Jacobs Is the father of and Morris Tho throe are charged with three counts with larceny and con spiracy Involving According to Inspectors Farrell and Hagerty the three prisoners carried on what is known as the Aide Stock Com pany at 41 Bromflcld Business was carried on over the The complainants in the cases are Young Thurston of who charges he was swindled out of Pardin Russell of 1107 Rockdale av New who says he lost I and William Cooper of who claims he Is out According la tho arresting Thursion bought a foodproduct from the defendants and was told he could on it The In spectors say it proved to be escrow Russell and Cooper tho Inspectors New Enslaud Oil stock from Uio This the inspectors was never delivered to Finger prints of the trio were taken at Police An hour after the trio were booked they were bailed In the ball being set by Dlst Atty Thomas They were arraigned iiefore Judge Brown In the SuperiorCriminal Court todav and pleaded not On Julv 12 Albert Jacobs was ar charged with the larceny of In two in money and in the property of Edward GehriilB of Ar raignment In the Superior Court fol lowed and this case is United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity Fair tonight and Wednesday mod erate westerly For Southern New England Fair tonight and Wednesday little change In tempt ra ture to moder ate For Northern New England Fair tonight and W e d n In New Hampshire and Vei mont tonight light variable Yesterdays rainfall was unevenly some places in southern New England having between two and three others only moderate 90 to 98 in Missouri morning readings New IS to 61 New 68 70 t Louis 76 4 Boston observations at 8 a East ern Standard time By McGUINESS COUNTRY Sept 5 the six Massachusetts golfers who qualifled for the United States amateur three had ad vantages over their two were at evens and Frank New ton of this was on the minor side in the first hajf of the 36hole match play this Quite the most remarkable round of the morning was that of Francis Ouimet shootmg a 70 and securing an advantage of five holes over Colin Aylmer of Jesse National champion and led Marcus Greer of Philadelphia by four and Billy McPhail of Norfolk had an advan tage ot six over Carlton Wells of De Chick Evans and Johnny Ancler in their fourth championship played their usual spectacular Despite the fact that Evans showed a his lead over Anderson was only a single Jones Held at Evens Bobby the colorful Georgian had his hands full In playing an even round with the Philadel Public Llnksplayerr v Conditions today were Ihe sun which burst through clear and has done not little to dry out the but despite Old Sols Iclndljr some of the greens are yot trllle heavv and Tho gallery morning was considerably greater than had been The BvansAndreson and OulmetAylmer matches drew by far the greater fol r Marcus Greer encountered Jesse medalist and in one of his race As a Marcus stood Ifour down to the Woodland Siege With three holes of the fiflrst left to Jess was six Thereupon ho proceeded to drop his mashie tee shot Into a took two more to get out and lost a on the ho plunked his tee shot Into the roughbehind a lost a shot try ng to get out and then picked Guilford MachineLike Greer played rather sound golf for the first eight but therafter ho began to slip His slipping might truly he accredited to the fact that Ciullford was playing with machlnellke al ways on the right down tho middle never taking over two putts to the inches 63 highest yester 71 lowest last 62 92 percent wind 7 miles perhour LSI 8 a thick wind 30 mites an hour tempera 60 sea The Temperature Today The UiprmomitiT lit Thomsons Spu recoils tile temlpeniturp up to8 n in today UK ItlJl 1022 lltl Ml 1 17 77 58 OS w1 tilf fltj 06 70 a 117 3 1 As said they were even for eight but at the ninth Greer poked his second over the on a side and eventually took 6 for the hole to Gullfords Playing for the 10th Grew pulled his then was in the rough on his on a was on In 2 and won In 2 more while Greer took From the llth IGreer pulled into the but made grand recovery and then proceeded to take 6 for tho also took the 12th when Greer nisscd his putt and became 4 CrUil tord had a 4 for another win at the Grecrs second going into a Tlusy halved the 14th and the 15th went to Gullford with a Greer missing Ills Then came the bad 16th and or with a perfectly halved which ended tho first halt of th The cards 3445534 out5 4544334 6346446 439 6 4 5 5 6 3 3 Ouimet Started Poorly In the OulmetAylmer match the Britisher captured the first hole in Oulmets drive was In tho and hie second was He had a flnt mashle to the green but unfortunately the ball found a trap on the far side fourth was 20 feet past the cup anc he missed coming At this hole Aylmer pulled to tht right in the He had a Hne sec ond out to the His mashle shot was four feet from the He mlssec his putt but won when Ouimet took hit Ouimet evened it up at the putt stopping dead four inches from the cup while Aylmer was In trou ble all the Both got birdies at the Be sure to have your Real Estate advertisements appear in tomorrows Wednesday Read the want pages Ouimet sinking and Aylmer ailofooter for a half Ouimet was 40 feet In front on the drive to the fifth and won In 4 to B when Aylmer missed his Francis also won tho sixth by perfect golf with an other making him 2 Ouimet was only 1 up the Aylmer picking up a hole at tho eighth with a birdie 3 From this point on Ouimet played brilliant his 70 equaling tho figures registered by Guilford In tho qualifying round All Ouimet Coming In Following a half at the 10th he won the next scoring adeuce at the They halved tho 13th and Francis made a 4 up with a win at the 14th in The 16th was halved In picked up a hole at the short Oulmots tee shot going to a bun He pitched but failed to sink his Aylmcr was nicely on from the running his approach up dead and sank It easily for a Going to the Ouimet was In rough at the while Aylmer a beauty right down the Hera Ouimet pulled one of the shots he become noted for and played his dead to tho pin and holed his next for a birdie 3 and was again 4 Going to the home Ouimet was again In the rough on his Hla second was just short of the Aylmer had reached tho right of the green in two and just short of the The State champion then placed his a beautiful chip shot to within two feet of the pin and sinking the for a won the hole as Aylmers approach left him a sevenfoot which he This left Ouimot 6 up at they end of tho first The cards j 6 4 A 436 4 3 3 3 6 2 4 tv4 3 i 3 46 4 3 4 Cyril Tolley continued his par and at the end of the first 18 holes was 7 up on captain of the Massachusetts Jones Started Well Bobby Jones started out as If ha would break a record In his match wlih He had a Hne tee shot at the first and a beautiful Iron to within 10 feet of the Beadle was In the roujrh and lost the hole In 4 to The second was halved In par The third found both players taking each needing three Continued on tho Ninth Three Reasons Why You Should Buy Regent is all Old We believe Regent is the best Flour made in this The price is extremely Wood 196 Wood 98 Ibs 98 6 24 We 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