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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - September 14, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                It Is Important That you order your advta for next Sundays Globe Real Estate For Sale Apartments To Automobiles For Sale Use the THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 192222 PAGESTWO CENTS Knturtit i Mconit clius mutter st Boston undw tlw act of MORE RAILROADS WILL SEEK SEVERAL SO WIRE TO UNION LEADERS Reside These 50 Plan Mak ing Separate Agreements 1 Sept 14 by Leaders of the federated railway ehop crafts who today began nego tiating separate settlements of the uhopmens strike which began July In accordance with the agreement adopted by the unions general policy announced that several railroads liad telegraphed to union headquarters Indicating willingness to go into the the leaders were in addition to about 50 roads which previously had agreed to separate Instructions to various system Fed eration officials to enter signatoryne gotiations and arrange agreements their roads were sent out from Mnion headquarters by Bert Jew chief strike leader and head of the railway employes department of the American Federation of Although the shop crafts executive council remained here with Mr Jewell to direct the affairs of the railway eliop unions in settling the policy committee members scattered to their respective districts soon after the settlement plan was authorized tiy About 50 Will Sign at Once Railway systems counted among those expected to sign the agreement immediately or soon were said to number about 50 of the 202 Class 1 roado of the Some of the larger systems were counted among those willing to sign fqr Immediate The mileage affected today was es DENY TRUTH OF SEC COOK His Office to Blame For Ballot Boston Election Commisioners Repeat in Letter on tlic ElRhih All sold out in many places last Make sure of Sundays Globe by ordering tho paper in BEST OF QUALITY ASK HARDWARE DfALfB MANUFACTURING COMPANY YOUR BOY Bostons four election commissioners Indignantly in a joint letter to Secretary of State Frederick Cook his repeated accusation of the commission of blame in the matter of the ballot shortage In various sections of the city attending Tuesdays pri The letter reiterates the boards claim thnt Secretary Cooks office this to Inform Itsolf as to the ad ditional number of voters upon the list as a result of supplementary registra If your otllce had this year fol lowed this the unpleasant practice of last Tuesdays primary have been The duty of determining the iienntity of ballots that shall be urnishecl for an election rests with your office and not with the election the letter Further the letter again disputes the claim of the Secretary if States of fice as to the time at which ballot shortage tlrst became It quotes The commission states In the letft that the first complaint Old not arrlv until 215 p m that there was only complaint from one and that this fault was quickly corrected by transferring hurrlaffly a sulHclcnt num ber of extra ballots to the complaining precinct from an adjoining where there was surplus of Continued on the Thirteenth Pelletier TO FINISH That ithdraw WITHDRAW CANDIDACIES EXPIRES AT 5 P M TODAY HERE BEFORE NEW TARIFF IS ON Sept manufacturers and ex porters are rushing huge shipments of fine goods to the United States in anticipation of increased rates under the new Tariff which it has been expected here would go into effect The liner which will sail will carry a full cargo of fine including a whole trainload from the north of n srarte to college year opeiiB Addreas Ira HUNTINGTON SCHOOL HiintlnKton Boston N NORTHEASTER EVENING POLYTECHNIC School College Courses In Indus trial nnrt Automotive BO different sulijeotn Special and regular Htudents HtmlenU Now phonn or call for Boston 310 Huntliiftton Buck nay 4400 Suffolk Law School trffeet even I nc LAW School In 17th Fourywav Splen did new llrvproof occupying Derno nnd Temple opposite Statt Join the or division at Freshmen now Ilfirititratian ttlso Monday nnd Kriday Cull or pbone for 821 Derm GLEASON Phone 836 Bmlntu MtiPi Noon in 2 Dinner 6 floomi lor 4 to 500 Peiple 1 tiy Jeetty Holmo Orchiitra the Original DanElna Bass flayer and The Imperial Marimba Band releuhon K f t RATHSKELLER Applies in Federal Court For Injunction Against the Worcester Products Company The allegation made by United States Dlst Atty Robert in a bill in equity filed today In the Federal District Court that the Worcester Products Company Is manufacturing beer in violation of the Volstead In Its brewery In and the bill a temporary Injunction ing the company and alleged to be officers of the from contlnung the manufacture of the alleged contraband This Is tho first Instance since the Volstead act became a law that the courts have been appealed to in order to prevent the manufacture and stop the trafllo In the manufactured product comng from breweries whch is alleged to have a far stronger kick than Is allowed under tho Volstead Asut United States Dist Atty Bllliu Stone is In charge of the prosecu tion for Dist Atty Harris and filed tho papers with tho clerk of the District Court this v Tho bill names ns defendants tlm Worcester Products Mlchaul president Herbert and vice and requests that tem porary and permanent Injunctions lie issued forthwith to stop the injfjgufac ture of that thocourt order brownry nnd that manufactured product now on the premises bo ii 1iio equity action Is section title of tho Prohibition The bill alleges that the hrowory ccc HtltuteB u place wlinro Intoxicating llq are kept and aud is a common It stales that beor of more than ons holf of 1 percent of alcohol is being pro Federal agents who Investigated the case claim that the beer contains alcohol varying from 1 percent to 3 and 4 If prayers of the bill aro granted by tho court the United States William will immediately take possnsfilon of I ho browory aid manufactured and will hold it pending hearingand decision In tho Further prayers ask that tbo liquor found he Sunday Globe Advts Order Them Today Help us out by ordering your advts for next Sundays Globe The demand for space in tho Globes advertising ool ums is increasing each Why Because of the the Globe brings to Its SUNDAY GLOBE CAREFULLY To insure insertion in tho Sunday advertise ments under the following classifications must bo in tho office not later than MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS AND TRAVEL FARM AND GARDEN Want nnd Classified advts other than the must be in the Globe office before i 30 on We cannot guarantee the proper classification ofadvts ordered on CASH REGISTERS Rumors Are Spread by He Says ExDist Atty Joseph in a statement this dented any intention filing with the Secretary of State notice of his withdrawal as Dem ocratic candidate for district At 6 oclock this afternoon the for notice of withdrawals j Mr Pelletier said No possible exlj gency can arise which would lead The people have been too kind to me to prompt me even for a moment to consider a Quite the I am asking them for in creased activity in my The In my concern Ins my are a part of the propaganda raised by my enemies and They aro absolutely with out foundation and because I have never dreamed of such a and without my assent any such state ment Is malicious of done to Injure me If At 5 this afternoon the time will expire for filing with the Secretary of State withdrawals of Early afternoon none had been It was thought that of 23 independent candidates for various offices some might decide to The general impression is that if there are any withdrawals they will be few in Next Monday at 5 p m the time expires for filing vacancies caused by BOSTON TAILORS DONT ENTHUSE OVER PROPOSED NEW STYLES N Sept Trustees of the International Fishermans Trophy today declared Ineligible for this Falls race with the Nova Scotian lishermon the Boston schooner also was barred last In announcing this decision regarding races to bo sailed off chairman of the made public the following letter ud1 dressed to TVIlmot secretary of the United States race committee In reply o your several communica tions asking that the trustees of thn International Trophy reconsider the de cision reached last year regarding the eligibility of the Boston schooner May flower as a competitor In tho interna tional fishing schooner race and admit her as eligible this year should she be successful In winning the United States elimination I have to advise you that the trustees have given the most careful consideration to all the argu ments advanced why the Mayflower should be considered eligible this and cnnnot find therein any sound rei son why their ruling in regard lo this vessel should be Tho trustees fully appreciate the pos sible dlfllraltlcs which this decision may cause you In connection with your local but regret thnt their interpreta tion of the trust1 placed In them by the donor of tho throimh deed of makes any other decision and earnestly hope that among the other now vessels of your you will find a worthy compotl tor for whatever Nova Scotia vessel goes to Gloucester to defend the Wills for Memorial To My Dear Cat and My Dear Little Dog iHlarrlet S In her filed in the probate Hfl S100 for the purpose of providing memorials for her dear who was my com fort for many for her dear little She Rave to the Museum of Fine for the expansion of the photo graphic and tho catalogues of Tho residuary estate socs to her nephews They aro Edward Tolman and Richard The executors aro Tolman and VESSELS FOUNDER IN TAMPICO HURRICANE Sept 14 by United States Shipping Board ship from Now The new slyle in mens tho male flappers were em Introduce those things bore I should Hiiy not Theyre If anybody asked me to sell clothes llko Id resign and run for Some nut Is always thinking of a new thats no will be a long time hefore they appear In I Tho foregoing were some of the comi merits of Bosioii tailors wlun shown Inn above gentle these men uru not the Gomez I Spanish arriving in New j York on thosteamship but from oflico by Siupt Harry Doherty for alleged was rein stated today by Judge John Plckman JUDGE DECIDES EVIDENCE Mrs Gladys DAmato Ha DeniedShooting Husband Service Judge Timothy In the Roxbury Court this refused to Issue a warrant charging assault with a loaded revolver tor Mrs Gladys a bride of three The warrant was applied for by Sergt Dennis Shea of the Back Bay No other witness wan In and for lack of evidence the warrant was Sergt Shoa himself knew little about tho details of the and as Mrs dAmato denied the shooting no warrant could have been Michael dAmato of the Fenmere 64 Charlesgate ia at the City Hospital with a bullet in the right which he sustained about 3 oclock this The injury is said to be a flesh wound and not It is said that he has also been known as Michael de Marr and Michael de Mai In sporting According to the police a patrol man of theBoylstonst Station met Mr and Mrs dAmato on the street less than an hour before the man was being attracted to them because they were and tolrl them go There were two shots fired in 1 but only one of them took Soon after a woman appeared at ah apartment hotel on Boylston st and said she wished to telephone for a She was referred to the where there is a night telephone The shots aroused some the people in the house and they came down to tho lowerfloor after ar ranging very hasty The wounded man came from the apart ment and knocking on the door ot the room occupied by the telephone asked for a and Dr Knight who lives in the was He ordered the man taken to the City The police say that they found a 32cali ber revolver in the The couple had been at 64 Charles gate Hast only about three moving from Queensberry The shooting is be cause dAmato at the hospital re fused to say much of Shythlng about He does that his wife did not shoot Did you shoot yourself he was asked by a Gladys did not shoot he She did not shoot At Station Mrs dAmato said thut she positively did not shoot her Patrolman it was warned Mr and Mrs dAmato early this morning that they were making too much noise and would have to stop At Station 16 it was said that the pie had been in the Municipal Court not long ago on a complaint of mutual assault and Mrs before her was Gladys IN i PUBLIC GIFTS Many Institutions Named in Mrs Torreys Will 1 Mrs Alice widow of Bridge who of the carpetv Irm of Bright In filed In the probate lets substantial public totaling A bequest of to tho Ola i 3outh Congregational Religious Society of for the support ot tha la revoked by n Thf bequests follow Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Inn Womans Union Missionary Society 0 America for Heathen American Board of Commissioners Foreign Board of Foreign Missions of the Has formed Church In Kor the support of foreign mtaslanOv Society of the United Brethren fog Propagating the Gospel Among Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church In the China Inland American MeAll South American General Congregational Home Missionary So i American Missionary i Congregational Church Building Board of Home Missions of the byterlan Board of Domestic Missions of Reformed Church In Hampton Normal Agricultural J Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Bequests In Boston Boston Homo for Home for Aged Couples of Boston Childrens Friend City Missionary Society in Massachusetts Society for the vention of Cruelty to American Humane Education Animal Rescue LSunday School Union for Work Among the Chinese in Dorchester Relief Northfleld Moody Bible New England Home for Little Boston Seamens Friend Wheaton American Bible Society for tK Prevention of Cruelty to J Friend 1 American Seamens Mt Callin Consumptives Dorchea The rest and residue Is to be equally among the Tusltegee Normal and Industrial Board of Home Missions of tho Presbyterian Church tho United Soard of Foreign Mis sions of the Presbyterian Church In the United Womens Union Mission ary Society of America in Heathen China Inland Perkins Institute for the Blind and the Board nf Foreign Missions of the Reformed Church in liveretl Sharp and Arthur nian are named York on i two exhibiting THE WEATHER United Slatos Weath er Bureau forecasts For BoHton and Its vicinity and for South nrn Now England Cloudy and with occasional shnw era tonight and day not much chancy In temperature Hem to moderate soulli west For Northern NOW ilaml Showers night Friday cloudy modern to temperature moderate west erly For Eastern New York Cloudy and with probably occasional showers tonight and Friday moderate temperature gentle to moderate south 1 west Morning temperatures Northern 50 New 66 I 68 64 Highland sea Boston observations at 8 a KaHtern standard time 30 07 inches lowest lust night highest yesterday 77 72 per wind nine miles an The Temperature Today Thf thfriiiometor nt Thompsons tpn rcr tin1 up l 8 p ni today us foll ISlLl UKl i n in i p m Hum 113 n u m on n iiiii u in Study AdvertisingBurdett Night School course begins Oct Send for special 18 Boylston Leonard defying tlio west il will be laces his trousers at the bottom to take up while handsome toreador on the rcivitiK tile camera a hard believes in buttons but no button According to the propaganda which accompanied the the style is distinctly Almost too much It could mure accurately be de scribed as hot tnnmlo brought en by an overdose of French When shown to the Bonn Brummel of Hie Globe ntllco lie remarked that he would not be seen dead i and a hardboiled neighbor promptly told him hod soon be dead if he was seen in But the most pungent opinion of any was rendered by the president of the Samulers Social who was asked to look at the Get out ot you bum he said ruueliiiiK for Ilia emblem of the old hickory window And the almost universal cry of mas ciiline Boston WHS to shoot em on siKht it they appeared in The city editor wanted to know what the tailors of Boston thought of those new The tailors unanimously thought the styles were Why 1 couldnt give away things like declared one It certainly appears as if the clothiers Mvho designed these clothes were a little I in advance of their Boston is i positively not ready for although one of the tailors interviewed thought j they miKht conceivably do among the Mexicans of They really wear things something like he Lowell City Employe Reinstated Sept engineer at the city removed Telephone Rights Bought and Sold On Commission Peabody BOSTON Founded In 1865 PROVIDENCE NEW YORK   

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