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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - February 12, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                ni i a ra r v t V WttwmxWtWWw SrSl t i f The WapA Pages Read Them Today Advertise your wants in the Daily Globe this Read the store advts in todays The Store Advts i Read Them Today purchases Globe Read the store Bdvts id Daily Entered THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE FEBBUABY 192282 PAGES HEAD THE QfcOBE AZINE AND EDrrgniAt SECTIONS BT THE QLOBBl NKWBPAPBn PRICE 10 OENlS i r PANHANDLER HAS EASY FIELD HERE Beggar in Broadcloth and Silk New York Charity Official Touches People Marks FIND NEW ANGLE IN tHYLOR CASE Under Sheriff Hints at Discovery District Attorney Puts Peavey on the Grill Representatives of Other i Inquiries Present tX3S Feb Henry Pca who was the houseman for Wil liam Desmond murdered fllm was escorted late today to the office Dlst Atty Thomas Wool wine by two deputy At the the Mr his chief and a court were se cluded in Mr private Half ran after th conference be CupV Davfa L Aflame of the Lou Angeles Police Department Joined the that representatives ctf tne threiS offlcea workingon tha caBert the have met fn a Peavey has Riven several a very extended one taken tho The taking a now under the circumstances ex isting was deemed to mean further of sheriffs theory of Jealousy as a possible motive Continued Panhandling is a much more lucrative pursuit In Boston than it Is in The W that while there are fewer professional beggars in the the proportion among the citizenship of that element Into which there Is one born every minute la rela tively much This Is of Hoy formerly connected with the Board of Public Welfare of the Empire and among other superin tendent of the Joint Application a New York charitable Mr Gates is taking a sort of vacation in this He bases his argument on tho fact that afternoon he Into the streets of this city and tried a little panhandling on his own account and In two houra and a halt collected Sixty cents UUa was the pres ent of a kindly who gave it with an almost tearful wink at the law which forbids The rest came mostly from business In a but slightly shorter period of time Mr Gates and another beg ging together In New York a month or so were only able to collect be tween Hence Mr Gates Implicit faith In Bostons relative In his room at the Adams House last evening Mr Gates declared that people are too andthat this easiness Is not only creating a National vagrant but Is worKlne havoc with the unemployed The single he are particularly by auoh type of public kindness They lonvi search of a ate treat ed badly when they hOntiMr and it Is toUvq oft the soft the people refuse give1 money topeople who Sprffoach them on the street and turn at tention more interestedly to such chari table organlzatloris as should be recom mended by the Mayor of their He went on to tell of his experiences of tho he wanted It Continued on the Sccnnd Lodge Navy Yard bid on fertate accepta which would let Welfare experimenting is pan handler collects in two and i half Rhode Island Governor threatens to send troops into strike area In the event any further Youthful bandit shoots Dorchester twice then floes with com panions In stolen on 76th birthday WHYS he has 16 years more of Los Angeles under sheriff hints at new In Taylor investigation of colle t athletics planned by National Col luslate Puce American Government awaits a de explanation from now on tlui Uefore deciding oh its reply to ho Genoa Junior Prom held at Col READ THE USED CAR dn Pages 30 and 31 08 Todays Globe COMING AMERICAS Home Beautiful Expostfiorv Apr ill 5 to 192 2 Reserve Space NOW Oiroctlcin PARK SQUARED WILDEY SAVINGS BANK 52 BOYLBTON BOSTON do on Interett 15 and the 1Bth of month BRUSH UP A Ut ON THK HTJSPS MISS FAWCETT and MISS HOYT Select School Dancing TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Eleven English bull pups in litter at South romance disclosed by Mrs Susan widely known jvrlter under name of Shirley dies as result of burns In her SOth Poffe Blschoff arrested In Chicago after Institution of bankruptcy Ings resulting from got rich quick Shoup of Colorado resigns as vice president of Committee for bussian lief when informed by Hoover it was believed be aiding Pnce Mayor of Chelsea suspends two patrol men accused of promlsins protection to alleged Tufts Alumni meet trustees to plan drive for Weelts sees a moral obligation to Ala bama Power Page United States Commissioner Hayes re plies to criticism of Prohibition Enforce ment Officer Politics and Big tanker strikes obstruction on en tering Boston Harbor and later grounds on flats off Deer QettlBim indicted on flrst degree mur der Page Dr acting Premier at re and Government at once sum mons home the Chinese Arms delega tion to make its Mayor Curjey nominates Ilupert S Carven to be city auditor and Murray Pakulski to be administrations Legisla tive President assures wholesale Administrations aim is to he as possible to all Alonzo eciuipmenfeoTiWruc tlon superintendent of New England Tel ephone Company drops Pliso Tex Btckard held for Grand Jury in Kansas educator wants Juzz music legislated American Commissioner In Constan tinople praises ijead Auburndalo mis pojre Pope Plus will relax some of the Papal selflmpoped restrictions and may order future conclaves to be delayed until Americans can arrive to It Is Popo PIusy decides on uses to which rooms at Vatican shall be Consolidation of Oceanic National Bank und Metropolitan Trust Company con Treaty between and Japan securing American rights in Island of Yap and other mandated Islands is signed at Inventor of trap for Army deserters held for Grand Complaints continue to pile up In Now York bucket shop Page Rallraud brotherhood official says brotherhoods will not strike In support of coal Senate committee Ibeglna discussion of Iaolfic Port of Boston Police search Und for Paul Alleged qtAbber of Raphal FOB INFLUENZAFATHER JOHN 177 Huntlnirton Neijp Norway Uaek fiuv Kxiwvt mftfA GQV SAN SODGI WARNS STRIKERS Rhode Island Troops to Quell Next Disorder SHOT TWICE BY BANDIT Storekeeper Is Badly Hurt Het Ming Flee in Car Stolen South End LODGE WINS FIGHT ON LEVIATHAN BIOS Senate Accepts Amendment Allowing Navy Yards to Submit Retorj to Lasker GOV EMERY SAN SOUCI OF RHODE Strikes Start Monday in Lowell anil Manchester Mills coincident with the an nouncement iQat he retusecl so send State serlous within the past three this afternoon Issued proclamation to the mill elarlng tliat more Outbreak automatically brinsr Into the area flclent number of National guardsmen to permanently mttlntiln The request for troops to entetthe Pawtuxet VaJldy was made as WjolUt demand bjfive of the tensest textlle operators of the State at a conference held with the Governor thte Twenty men representing these con cerns presented the Governor two let Continued on the Second TWO TROOPS OF CAVALRY HELD READ YONDER ARMS Gov San Souci ordered two troops of Nat loosl Guatfl1 cavalry held under Aill anus and equipment at the ar moryof mounted commands this in any Inexplaining thisiiorderj JGov San M6b rule has been tolerated in Rhode Island and it will not be while I can prevent Law and order must be preserved at any and I am making every effort to be ready for an TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Page Lieut Col National Legion given warm welcome at Massachusetts Department division Qov Cox and Qen Edwards among the Vage United States Senators Wadsworth and Moses speak at Lincoln Night din ner of the Middlesex Exservlco mens lobby is making a hard fight for the Robert Washburn and BxGov FOBS speak before Canadian Past Commanders State of has Ladies Night Carnegie Foundation In annual re port warns of dangerous tendencies ap pearing In matter of training Dean of Harvard Medical discusses new School of Public Pace Big crowd attends N Win ter carnival despite Motley Cup at New Hiding Club Show won by Miss HairletJones on beats Ray in 1000 championship at Mt Pleasant beats Rose Crolx by 20 to 19 bas ketball Page Irish Republican Army men rifles and machine gun attack 20 Ulster spe cials at in Free State klllins wounding others and tak ing Boston College High School track temn defeats Lowell Boyden makes top In Gun Club trap Saco Republicans nominate woman for next Qeorge Christie of a pro hibition enforcement agent since Vol stead Act went Into resigns from New Hampshire bureau declares law Is farce and attempts to enforce it lire Templar ball Attended 3000 from Massachusetts and Rliode TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS i Page Veteransof three wars Join with East Boston Masonlo Club In Lincoln Night Page Federal deputies start drive to clean up income tax this Dr Roger Iee criticises Summer camps for pverexevclslng their judge Prof Persons and chairmen of the wom ens minimum wage Pnjfe Mlanager Duffy of the Red Sox banks heavily on Collins and Pleroy becoming Ilrststrlng pitchers tho Slight change announced In Red Sox training Oxford University lacrosse team to visit the United Dartmouth wins the Intercollegiate akl and snowahoe Yale almost makes clean sweep In swimming meet with Page Harvard defeats Yale at 6 to Exeter defeats Newton High at 6 to Williams five trounces 32 to 10 other college basketball Robert Scottish wins International checker defeat ing Newell American cham Stelnmetz wins Diamond skating tro phy at Lake Page Harvard baseball starts Citizen radio Page Sources of Bostons milk Tales of a wayside tee by Orantland Page Music and Page Page Providence lawyer has Windsors woman veterans INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CLASSIFICATION PAOE etc 3D Amuucmenta 43 aud Aptu olid Tenements 3T Auction BulM Auction Bulcn of HOTBDB anil Carriages 3L AutamobUes SBj Autos for Kent Hull SI nilllardi pnd Chiuioei IH Donrd ana n Cash SI Clotlilne HI Conatwlie SS Death 80 81 SI Farm 91 80 CLASSIlIOATION PAOK For etc SO Ueatlnx and 31 tt 37 aa 91 89 etc lloteln to Wanted Information Legal Notion Live Machinery and Tooli Mull Onler Mule Helu 30 MUcellaneous Money to Loan Motor TniefclnK Munlool Init S3 New York el Oecnn Steaimhln Patenti OLABSIF10AT4ON PACE BeoJ 37 Beat Rent Katate KichanKe Real Estate Refrieeratom 84 jo Sewing MocliUiM tl Slti Bits Sporting Joodi Storwra 31 Summer Cottagen Bummer und Travel HJ etu Wall Wonted 10 Frank aged and living at 28 Worcester South was shot twice seriously wounded by one of two youthful up men who invaded his provision store at 155 Stoughton near Pleas ant a few minutes be fore 8 Oclock last After firing the two shots and without waiting to rifle the cash the pair fled into the street where they joined three other young I men in an automobile which had been reported stolen to the police of the East Dedharast Station at the South about an hour Shortly afterward a policeman attached to the City Point Station found the car abandoned on Mt Vernon North near the bridge across 1 the New Bourne wan to the QHy Hos pital in the auto ambulance of the Fields Corner He was found to be Buffering from a wound In Ihe stomach and anothei in y the left tiowW aWe In the a closed car jnto tlm place One of forallaH pound of Bourne replied lie did not have any Well to with give us was the quldf re At same time the youth who was speaking flashed a Bourne was taken by surprise and he turned paVtly away In The holdup niaio with the weapon made a quick glance at the door and then let go a bullet which hit Bourne in the lowerpart of Immedi ately a second shot struck Bourne in the The bandits then ran for their waiting which sped along Stoughton st to Dorchester av to Mt Vernon Bourne had on his but the holdup men made no effort to search having apparently lost their nerve after the shots were The men were said to be between 19 and and all without The police were notified and Capt Herbert Goodwin of the Fields Corner Division was on the scene a few minutes later with Sergt Michael Hartnett and a squad of EDISON AH5 SAYS HE HAS MORE Some Red Hot Irons in the But Wont Tell Ford Would Be a Poor President I C Most of Day TAKE 33 IN RAID ON ROXBURY POOLROOM A squad of policemen under com mand of Capt OalUvan of the Roxbury Crossing Station raldert the poolroom at 1828 Washington last night ana gathered in 83 men on the charge of being present where gaming Imple ments were They were balled In Charles Brown conducts the The officers took the tables and other fittings for COLLEGE HOCKEY SCORES Harvard Vale Cornell PennRylvanla Dttrtmouth Columbia Colby Bowdoln Yale Choate St PnuU Harvard I t J Snapped7 Recently inHid Laboratory at N PLAN A PROBE NATIONWIDE Professionalism Must Jo in College Sports National Alms Also to Stop Other Abuses Carnegie Foundation May Conduct the Inquiry NEW Feb A Nationwide Investigation of collegiate athletics with he purpose of doing away with profes sionalism and other abuses that threat en Incalcuiable harm to amateur sporte has been planned by the Na tional Collegiate Athletic Palmer president of the as stated ttoday that the 200 of the association had been asked to approve a plan to have the In vestigation conducted by the Carnegie The he has been Informed through reports from Its nine district representatives that nn Inves tigation would be beneficial In some sections and was absolutely necessary in TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Household Page Charlos Msrrlll on Pnuro Bostons motor show to be bigger nnd better than Page Motor conference here March GlbVe to have Kid Wodtfes own beginning Face Lottery to raise funds for Pace Bay States new minister to Austria Page Financial 1 Vast Table Page Children have Wintersport EDITORIALFEATURE SECTION Potto Harvard scientists discover a strange Pave New Popes home city newspaper of hid carter TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS will with What gift Uncle Pane Girl Mayors own story of beating Childrens health ruined by Pane A Verniont octogenarian The New England mlllt PllKO Was there ever a battle of Bunker Hill supplies SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE The contents of tho Sunday Globe Magazine will be found on Page 1 o I ttio THISTLEMORE FLOATED HIOHLANP Feb 11The Line freighter which went aground Tuesday night on Peaked Hill nt the tip of was floated liy tugs at high just Three previous utumptu to float her had proved i Tlw vessel yfU be towed to Boston WEST Thom as Edison Inventor add electrical has Just 1 years more of aervi Ice for liumanlty In This was perhaps the most Important statement he made in his anritiar In terview with newspapermen today on the occasion of his 76th birthday an Smilingly facing n little army of re porters and news and movie photog who waylala him on his way from his home to Hla ha answered volley after volley of ques tions oh every subject the reporters could think I hope you will have several more said one of the reporters aa they were Continued an the Second Was to Be Made on Wednesday Jr the Senate agree to legislation would epabio the ty Yard to bid for the worK recon ditioning the pf Shipping Boaf d debate part the SetSate agrefed in amendment to the ap propriation bill for Board and other GoYevnpient estab lishments which jives the THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and unsettled and followed by or rain Sunday afternoon or night and on Mon day Increasing north to east proba bly becoming Washington Fprecast for Southern New England Cloudy and followed by snow or rain on the coast and the Interior Sunday afternoon or night and on For Northern New England Rain and much colder followed by snow Sun day night and Globes probably occasional snow or rain Tues probably moderate tempera tures moderate becoming west The Temperature Yesterday at Thomp sons 8pa3 a 32 8 a 32 0 a m 3 p 46 6 p p 41 12 Average temperature ves Temperatures at 8 Last NightSan 18 st Paul a St 40 24 38 34 New 40 Precipitation In 24 hours to 8 p Yards the right tobid for worjt on vessels of the Shipping The amendment was dratted by Qenator Jones of Washington accepted ay Senator Lodge foe l lis original i The House had previously passed the bill a eyen more i than the propxqafU the op It giving the Navy portunity to bid for tnia that as the bill out ot conference itwiU carry such a It is unders the President will hqld up Contfhueil on the Second Bcart the Poultry atlvta Now is the time toflaae orders and Hotel Arlington Arlington and Tremont Five lllnuten Walk to the Theatre und ShoDUUiR Centre ona peraon and l 1 MJ antl For 3 large S single For 4 oxtralargo 4 Blngld 6 per day Bed room and J extra clmrae for rooms with twin uedu Bvury sleeping room a private connqcttns bathroom with porcelain Moeklr ButeK mi ItwiueBt The Only JJoTlu Hotel Dlnine und Chtitik HuoinH In America Club lie to to 3 Table dHoto 5 to M 1100 A In 1 to 1 M 8un duy 12 to 8 110 THE DEPOSITS IN THE OCEANIC NATIONAL BANK HAVE INCREASED OVER SINCE NEW YEARS DAY AND ARE GROWING We invite your commercial and 300 WASHINGTON STREET f   

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