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   Boston Evening Globe (Newspaper) - October 20, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                Remember3 to order your advts for next Sundays Globe Read the advts in todays FINALCLOSING STOC VOL 01 Entered as second clacn matter at under tlic act of MatcU FRIDAY OOTOBEE 192228 PAGESTWO CENTS BT THM GLOBE NEWSPAPER WOULD FROM LONG ISLAND MAYOR CURLEY PLANS HOMES ON MAINLAND Would Use Elks and Roxbury Hospitals Mayor Curley launched a movement today that may eventuate In transfer than 700 women and chil dren from the Long Island Hospital Almshouse to tiro where they1 may feet themselves again to be u part of socalled and be more accessible to Bostons beat medical and surgical skill than they ever can be on any harbor SLAYERS IDENTITY HE THINKS One Prosecutor Planning to Demand Immediate Arrest in Double Murder Centre Team Given i Hard Workout MORNING PRACTICE IN STADIUM SECRET Team Went to Plymouth Later in the Day The Robert Bent Brtgham loidering on the is not dolm N Oct Prosecutor Strieker of Middlesex wat muchas the testator intended ft ported today to be planning to call Kould accomplish in rellovoing the nti citys sick Mr Curley Heefcman Of Somerset nnd this the Elks Hospitn mnTto nn nrroof in tvio iwnio nil on Parker Hill the City Hospl1to maKe an tne HallMills West in West afnnna both of which latter plants will muraer case at on threat of shortly be released by the War DepartwlHirirntvtnir Vita he would be the three ms cooperation In the rimong which the islands unfortunates ought to be apportioned I Mr Curley accordingly authorized CorMI pwatlon Counsel Mark Culllvan this Mr entered the case afternoon to make a study of the Brig haonunn nf tho imm bequest covering the hospital Deoause me uncertainty whether named for The Mayor feels the I miirrloro tiroro icrms of the will are not being strictlytne Were committed In his j dhered and If Mr Sullivans study UlsoloBes a basis for such a claim he will press It before the Harvard Unl who now control the the k Elks for Hospital An 321k Curley will take up with the National offlcers of that aternlty the question their ceding the itelr thb War which Is expected Some of Long Islands ohronio slolc I men and women would be taken care M I lit th6 and the1 Elks Iospltal ought to accomoaate about ru of the Mayor ihp population of Long Islandnow is divided as fallows 1B3 patients 109 patients alms male Inmates 1S3 There children ot vary ng ages at the many of them Incurably Since WWthe city has City Hospital est Department to the GoV which1 has been treating shelU shocked and insane World War vete there Hhe Government r leases this as it the Mayor woxlld renovate arid en large the building and transfer there most or the male population of the jurisdiction or Mr was represented by a close friend as be convinced that he com the murders and that was sufficient evidence on hand to warrant Immediate Search for tjlau automobile of Soperjrretlred Highland de clared he saw In De Russys near where the bodies of the slain rector of the Ghurohpf St the his choir were found Sept was Instituted j Continued on the Seventeenth Page WOMAN HIT BY WHEEL Came Off When Caught in Track at Winchester Mary wife of MoGrath of 13 Tremont at St Marys while walking about 10 octock by and was severely The left rear of the became detached when it was caught In the flange of the car tracks at a ran wild for 75 feet ftldnit tna street aha suddenly went on tangent and Mri MoGrathi Miss Janlon barely i automobile is owned by Benjamin Secret practice In the enemys baili wick was held by the Centre College football squad this On the ahalkllned gridiron of wherea yeai ago the Kentucky football beat the Coach Uncle Charlie Morah pat his proteges through The work was done behind closed gates and the practice on the the game consumed about three hours Such a practice would be consid ered In the yet Coach Mprari if elt the boys needed the There wag no according to the re The plays that will be used against Fishers men were gone re hearsed until they satisfied Coach air enabled the men to do more than they could ordinarily and the way the players rushed from the grid iron back to the locker building Indl Harvard tomorrow afternoon at will be one of power and speed a H a local at 16 Thomp son The car swung around and but Edwards escaped serious Sirs McGrath became slightly hyster ical and fell Her Injuries were to her left She was taken home by Dr Richard who attend Depressing Plctuieat Island The depressing picture one must see mi a visit to the Island is a biting ex clamation point upon some social con ditions of our modern the Mayor wild this It has long stood UK a and Im going to try to Ket something done Fathers and mothers who once knew the comforts of some kind of a sit around wailing for death to relieve the bleakness that life means for them in their sundown Many have been altoenthur abandoned by their or never to bo visited there by tliolr own flesh and The cutting consciousness of such a Continued oil lie Seventeenth V Real Estate advts for next sun days should ite ordered Apartments To Lett Houses To Lett Offices To Lett Rooms To Lett Advertise In the Winter Driving Is a plenum II you TO NC4 AVIATION GASOLINE A Rlohdale Product RUBBERS WEAR LONGER WITJH LEATHER HEEL SEAT ASK OUR PKALEH Fan AND FORD OUT ON COURSE TODAY t i Gloucester All Set For Race With Halifax Visitors Met by a Band Special Dlapatch to the Globe Oct 20A1I is In readiness for the big fishermans in ternational rcae This morn ing Evers the official put tho tape on the Henry ly ing at the Fresh Fish Companys Tonight the measurements of the two contendres will be officially certified to the International Race Com This afternoon Capt Morrissey took the Ford out for a trial About this morning the Bluenosa got underway for a workout outside over the There was a fine 3S knot breeze blowing from tho north west and the air was as clear as There was no need of the serv Ives of any otwboats and the Bluenose got away under her own Aboard with Capt Walters were a number of Canadia journalists and others with American news paper men In number have descended on the place to cover this Cnut will probably be gone the greater part of the day unless he sciu something to remedy that can oly be at raiser to the big The Halifax special arrived here at 1 oclock and was met at the station by a band and a larfce delegation of headed by ISarle Phillips as Marching through two principal streets to tho the visitors were welcomed by Mayor Wheoler and a luncheon ten dered them on behalf of the munici Tonight tho grand fishermans ball IB on the This will have a de cided naval as officers and sea mon of the two in the imposing evening dress prescribed for hose oc wll llend color to the In addition to the naval craft the Rochester camo Into port at 11 oclock and about a half hour later Mayor Wheeler and the representatives of tho race committee went down the harbor ona launch and Mayor Wheeler d his official he Nova Scoti Const Guard ship Ty nan arrived here this morning from Halifax with a delegation of enthusias tic Bluenose Both sides are tended to inside the This afternoon came the THE WEATHER FOD FAIR DUBLIN STOUT Flavor Easy to malio nnd valuable In nf Bencml unity fur nurnlne moth At your neighborhood store United States Weath er Bureau forecasts For Boston and its vicinity and for South ern New England Fair tonight and Sat urday somewhat colder tonight with heavy frost contin ued cold Saturday fresh northwest to north For Northern New confident ad both are praying for a stiff Nothing has transpirted since the showdown of hulls the con fidence of Gloucester that thy schooner curtain Hemy Ford will do the job expected of This morning William chairman of the racing committee of the Corinthian Yacht was elected a member of the International fishermans race committee to take the place of England Fair tonight and Saturday some what colder tonight fresh northwest to north For Eastern New YorkFair and continued cool tonight with heavy frost Saturday slowly rising tempera fresh northerly There have been snow flurries at a few points in New It was 2 below zero last night at White Morning readings Northern Maine Southern Rhode Island New York Washington Chicago St Paul 32 Boston observations at 8 a m Barom jnchesj 38 hlgj I Highland Sam wind CO miles an hour 10 miles 38 sea j The Temperature Today I The thermometer Tliompflonc Spa the tcmiJoruturo up to M p in today OH follows i 1921 lIKift 1021 1D21 Capt John as the Globe has will be Capt Clayton Morrlssoyy on the Forrl during the Shortly after 12 oclock the offlcial somewhat I measurer Imvin gtlnlshed his Capt Morrissey gave orders to hoist sails and at the Ford was bound down th harbor with a fine In her teeth for a final testingrout spin So both challenger and defender ure on the course im sst 49 lowest 38 64 clear wind north 58 ti u ro n 10 12 UO 1pm p KEEP BODY ENERGY HIGH Build flehtins power by taking Father ins ici Johns pure food Advt NOVA SCOTIA OFFICIAL PARTY ARRIVES TODAY The official party of Nova vis iting this country for the international Red Will Be Conspicuous The most conspicuous Player of the Oolopels tomorrpw wnpJMjfi Cikvtlnned on the Seventeenth i Fur Rd Threaten Prpttipt Of Lawlessness call to ajl citizens of Massachusetts to supply his office with evidence of the Violation of law by the Ku Klux ICIan was made this morning by Dlst Atty Thomas OBrien of Suffolk his announcement Mr OBrien de clared that his attention had been called officially to an attempt by the Invisible Empire to establish a foot hold in He further stated that the purpose Is to promote an enterprise throughout this Commonwealth which will not only tend to and foster dlstinc discriminations and restrictions of race and but by means to tally unAmerican and of questionable legality Mr OBrien says ho pot permit this to and he announces that he is supported amply in his stand by the laws of the State All citizens of the State are asked to send such facts BB they have to his office and they will be juesented the Grand Jurj for aotlon His Will Act Promptly It has been called to my officially that the Jtu Klux Invisible promote enterprise Commonwealth which onlyS to encourage and foster discriminations and restrictions of race and but thatIn the Ing out of their designs they plate means of questionable If thisIs wJjMii a public I want nigtjtff It is a fmatter of historic mon knowledge that the InvisibleSMm has In the past vtolaji the laws of certain Stated In th sl can I will not permit happen In County and retnfijn unnoticed and uripimlsheito fr tent of the There Is ample deal with who tlojis and restrictions hacatese i1 and me agi to jcommlt concerted action Is llself a dr punishable not by but b long of imprisonment I call good cltlzend citize tin I dlsol6s6 violations law by jt Bmphe to such promptly PresenV jurors of and In Imprisonment in thrname mshlp and all they hold In possession pfl facts irlAln ttAna fif Java hv Ttiffi i ri THIEVES GET AWAY WITH 83 PIECES Property Recovered at Camp in Oochituate Two men entered the Little Build ing about 10 oclock last break ing Into room occupied by Eightythree pieces were in cluding Hudson beaver and other highclass After talcing the furs the walked downstairs till they reached the first where they met the OWSLEYNil OF AMERICAN LEGION I iLjOFiniL nr Texas Colonel Was Chosen Today by the Convention Of Body at New Orleans questioned He was suspicious and the who bolted through the leaped into a wait ing taxicab and got but the pursuing them out the door was able to get the number ot the Went to Cochituate He went to the LaGrangest Sta tion and notified Capt Goodwin of the robbery and of the taxi Capt Goodwin waited at the stand of the taxi in town untilthe chauffeur When he did he was Ques tioned as to where he had The three Fallen arid in an automobile went with the driver to was some difficulty in find ng the place where had previously dropped the two but it last the offlcers came upon a camp n the woods brilliantly This race between the fishing schooners Blue was patrolman Walkins nose and Henry to be sailed off Gloucestnr arrived at the North Station this morning and was greeted by Secretary of State Freditrlc gpok nnd Carleton Parsons of representing Gov Cox the city of and racing com mittee of that The train bringing the which rumbered was more than two hourli and the racing committee arranged for a special train to take the party to Gloucester In time for the luncheon at arranged In The private Pullman car of the party was attached to the special and a speedy trip made The party of visitors was headed by Hon MacCallum Lieutenant Gov Coiitfnnei an the Seventeenth Enroll College Next Entrance Date for Business Courses is Boylston was placed at the back Fallon at the front and Shannon entered the Fttrs Are Recovered At the moment when Shannon an nounced himself as a police officer in search of the fur thieves a window sash on the second story of the house was broken out with a heavy crash and two men leaped out of the house into the In the dark ness and tlie heavily wooded section in which the camp is located they made their Three found in the Ctonlluned oil the Seventeenth NEW Oct20 by Alvin Owsley of Texas was elected Rational commander of the American Region for the next year by the annual conventino of the veterans here succeeding Hanford MaoNlder of When nominating speeches for the next National commander began Wayne Texas offered the name of Col Alvin exTexas Attornev General and chairman of the National Americanization Delegate Rice Means of presented the name of John McCor present National vice Connecticut yielded to whose past Leo nominated a New York commander of the New lork All States passed until Louisiana was Department Commander Ewlng named Semmes Walmsley of New exdepartment commander and chalrtTiaji of the convention arrange ments Mr Walmsley was given unanimous to 1 have Mr Walmsely and will not be a can I wish to I believe the South should stay solid and vote for Alvin Walmsley National Commander MacNIder ruled the Walmsleys address was the sec onding speech for Berry Not a Candidate Michigan We support Ows ley of the Sunny Butler of Missouri came to the platform when his States name was He seconded hs Has carried the fight to the doors of the barons in Wall Eugene Heln of fol For one of the most Important Jobs In the United ho T nominate Fighting Col Joe of the ISth born without who worked his way through leading tho champion football team of Plttsburg decorated with the Congressional Medal of SQldier and who has sacri ficed all for the Pennsylvania depart ment and has put Pennsylvania first in the South Dakota delegated Congressman Royal Johnson to second the nomi nation of Col We Johnson he will fight to place war profiteers behind the where should be Ridley of Tennessee named George they Berry of first National vice and president of the Printing Pressmens Mr ing P Berr y obtained unanimous con cent to It is not my desire to Continued on the Seventeenth TOPREVENT REDISTILLING Dry Chemists Invent Process For Wood Alcohol i Oct 20Chemists of the Prohibition Department at Wash ington have developed a process mak ing Impossible the redistilling of de natured and wood alcohol into alcohol for beverage Federal Prohibi tion Commissioner Haynes an nounced here Announcement of the new chemical process was made in a conference be tween Haynes and the Federal prohibition director of Ohio an the problem of body rules being di verted to tho bootleg Regula tions setting forth the new formula will be issued Mr Haynes adding that the department expects that manu In complying with the regu will rdl the market of com pounds which are at present causing so much havoc in the way of deaths and CONDITION OF ALBERT LOCKE UNCHANGED Oct condition of Albert 1775 Beacon who was severely injured yesterday morning when an electric car wrecked his automobile at the corner of Chest nut st and Commonwealth remains Mr Locke a semi conscious state when taken to the hos pital and he has been wavering between consciousness and unconsciousness ever According to the hospital au thorities he has spoken to the doctors on two or three It Is not known even just how serious Mr Lockes Injuries but It Is feared that his skul Is fractured and there may be a concussion of the Hi im Hanover Trust Company Official r Accused in Contempt jof 1 the attention the torriey General that wasnt the purpose of thisletter It tyajj to get these charges secretly before the Grand Influence them m Atty Gen Weston in brought tb Superior Court today before Judge urged the conviction of Henry William and Charles formerly a director of the Hanover the Trust and Waiter Con Mr Allen then turned other letters of the Conway Clothing Company In the case Touching Ion of New all of whom are charged that Mr Plzzl interviewed with contempt of Mr Allen demanded whether a defend Mr Allen declared that if these men ant has a right fo know what went wore not convicted any one would feel on before the Grand able to address any sort of to Grand either secretly or Ho asserted there a right yayto seek permission to appear be fore a Grand and that this Is to apply to the prosecuting Touching on the letter written by Mr Conway to the special Grand Mr Allen declared that it Is of Mr McNarys participation in attempts Influence the Grand adding that portions of the letters laid the I Bin his argument for Pros Chmielin vriter open to action for criminal and were malicious charges against Asst Atty Gen the prosecut ng officer presenting the case to thu Grand which would tend to flo troy the confidence of the Grand Jury n the He said that Mr Mn Vary had approved this Among Honorable Men Among honorable before a pres enting officer is subjected to such charges brought secretly before an In vestigating Mr these charges would have bnen Are Uhelr proceedings supposed to be secret or not The Attorney General was right way of obtaining1 and that was to ask the prosecuting v officer for the minutes of the Grand after i Sheenans Argument Fred this be Mr Shetman asked if Mr he Is of foreign should be charged with contempt court for doing a thing which so emi nent a lawyer as William counsel for the other told the court yesterday he would have ad vised him to It Is the position of the petitioner that gives weight to this Mr If petitioner were to bring this in his private capacity It Continued mi the Seventeenth IMPORTANT HELP US OUT Order Your Advts For Next Sundays Globe Today Owing to the demand for tho Sunday many dealers were sold out last Next Sundays Globe Order It in Advance From Your Newsdealer or Newsboy CAREFULLY To insure insertion in the Sunday advertise ments under the following classifications must be in the office not later than MACHINERY AND TOOLS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TOURS AND TRAVEL FARM AND GARDEN CARH REGISTERS 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