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   Boston Globe (Newspaper) - March 12, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts                                read the IB daya and In the Dally Mil Read the Daily Week Read It Read Dally Oloho thl week for newa of the Automo bile Read the Want and Classified advta In todays VOLCI 71 Entered an eecond matter at trader tbe set of March THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLQBEMABCH PAGES BEAT THE SUNDAY GLOBE MAO AZINE BDMOBIAIi DffljdePari ption Resign One West Roxbury Officer Another on Trial FAIL TO BREAKZ BROOKLINF r ker and Neal Lose 11 by HITS FOES OF TREATY Underwood in Hot Debate Drew tor Special Election to Decide Fifth Selectman v Contest Open to Others If They Get Signatures In Tuesdays annual election In Chairman Philip Parker and Burton Neul of tho Board of Selectmen tied for fifth place In thelf contest DOT by 3170 In the recount conducted yesterday hy ile BrookllneRegistrars of Mr Par ker and Mr Neal again but the vote was Tho attempt to break tho tie vjtc of who shall fifth p4ace board lr EclipsesPrevious Records For Event in Boston Many New Features in Cars Halls Scenes of Beauty Big SEIIGT WILLIAM 1 Bostqn police circles received a Jolt last evening when iit roll call a general order announced the resignations from the force of William and patrolman George Babb Jr of ho Hyde Park The notice it known that the officers resigned vhlle charges were pending against Patrolman Masolla Jjde Park police station was on trial Jefore a board of police captains labt wooli bn charges brought by of last will reorganize next Mon day with four and one of tho flrst duties will be to au thorize the Issuing of a warrant for the tneclal OoiiUiincrt on the READ THE USED CAR On Pages and 26 Of Todays Globe Hote Arlington Arlington and Tremont Five Minutes Wnllt to the Tliontre and ShoonlnB Centre For ono person S2 and For two poraona S3 and For 3 larco 2 single t4 For 4 extra larKo 4 BlnRlo nor Boa room anil 2 SB Jo extrH chiiruo for rooms with twin lOvnry sloepinB room haa u conneetlnB bathroom with porcelain Weekly Kates oil Requeit The Only NoTin Hotel IHnliisr and Check lloom In an ec Club 20o t0 tp 3 Xnble rtllotD 6 to A III to Sun dav 12 to MarcH 11 Tlie PourPower Pacific its pur poses and possibilities antl the man ner of its passed through another spectstffcular combat of argu ment and oratory today on the flqor of the I Throughout the battle ol wits the burden of defense was carried by Senator Underwood the Democratic floor loader and a mem ber of the American delegation to the Arms Hinged by enemies of the largely of his own the minority leader stood for three hours in his place in the center of the chamber and replied in kind to the thrusts directed at V Among the weapons of argument he used was a letter written to him by Secretary head of the American conference plenipoten replying to charges that the treaty resulted from a BritishJapan ese plan to allay the AngloJapanese Its Failure a Caf amity fpPthe itreaty With wondrous new features of technical development and many a fresh touch of scenic splendor to put it in a class by the 20th an nual Boston Automobile Show was opened yesterday at Mechanics Huntington With it be gins another season for the indus try which dealers confidently believe gives promise of being among the best DEATH COMES TO ExPresident of the L 111 for Two Years Notable Career in Law and Railway Work were1 W6uehi at tWe Instigation of anotherofficer at Hyde Park The oharges it was said at the were that Musella used abusive ian uage to the woman and to assault It Is understood that witnesses at the icarlng to many startling Inci dents concerning other officers at the Eiydo Park police Officer Babb was present at the presumably as a It was said that the dence given before the Instead of counting against affected other officers at Station It is understood a result of this evidence that charges brought against Sergt Lyons and patrolman They resigned and ogates minor it became the final signed and submitted to the Senate for ratifica V The State Department Secretary fur ther declared that there was not the slightest mystery about the treaty or basis of suspicion about He de scribed it as a straightforward doc which attains one of the most important objects the American Gov ernment has in view of the high est impqrtance to the maintenance of friendly relations in the Far East upon a sound Continued on the Seventh I Continued on the Fifteenth CHESTER nnjittr Hasten Automobile Tells Inside Details of Cox I I i l1 V i Hayes and Many Others Famous Harvard Oarsman in the Late Seventies Forty thousand j coming from remote New England New York and Western cit the show between p my when doors and p closing thus eclipsing all preceding attendance records for the The show will torhorrbw morning at arid inue daily through the week until 30 Bvefflt chasing a car the show iueirisa lib eral 483 fiitfiMiorj practically every type of all standard pleasure commercial trucks of all farrii tractors and fire apparatus The new sport models are finding more than theusual degree of favor this and there are brilliant displays them the main Their graceful lines fascinated a large niimiber at last nights Their colors this be a Many of those now exhibitedare be ing shown first not having been produced in time for the Warned Hed Lose His Job WILSON SEES PROMINENT POUTICTANS AND OFFICIALS Gen for many president Boston Elevated Street Railway died night at at his 12 Ware Members of his faiUlly were at his when the end Gen Uancroft had beenill for nearly two years and his death was not Continued on the VictcettlY HOM BEAUTIFUL Aprif 1922 Reserve Spice Direction Chester 5 PARK SQUARE BOSTON WILDEY SAVINGS BANK gg BOYL8TON BOSTON Deposits go on MARCH 15 1Bth of month RAINIER TRUCKS Factory 18 BrlBhton Madili to 7 Worm Drive Spaoes 260266 Auto Show Olub Qlvea HnClD IIUC For Radql UtAH JMt 47 NATIONAL TH BATRI ICI lllUVIIIll B33 Tromont lit iliiu ItoyUtun Miilnr Vihlulp i iirV Molmvnu tllll ulMtl Ity t Ul uf unit uiurTniil TODAYS GLOBE PllEC ExDry Wilson in his Dry and Wet raps leading and tells the inside story of the Quinoy House Sergt William Lyons and patrolman George Babb Jr of Hyde Park sta resign from Police Department while under Allied Finance Ministers sign agree ment distributing 3erman reparations for armies of occupation without re gard to the American which Is re ferred to the various Recount falls to break tie between Parker and Neal for Selectman In Brooldlne special election Forty thousand persons on hand at opening day of auto breaking Gen William Bancroft dies after long Senator Underwood in threehour speech and debute defends Pacific treaty In spectacular contest with opponents in both and roads letter from Secretary who announced himself made tho first which with few changes and no in rage Lonten services arranged by Protestant churches in or near business George Browne of Cambridge and Gerald Thayer of N ad dross New England Association of Teachers of Commissioner Smith points to urgent need of vocational with young men In Greater Boston drifting about from ono occupation to Deportation orders to bo issued tomor row In cases of William Colyer and Frank Mack and Lew socalled American Legion to have central graves registration bureau lit each coun ty to prevent confusion and duplication In Dr Prince will alone In haunted house faced with ho plans final attempt to lure Antlgonish ghost into Illgn Green of In reply to yajT bonus loans by banks will be well President Harding gets In two rounds of golf and then resumes houseboat trD Two largo Hhodo Island mills crippled by will close Can IHmocnitB thn Senate dis cussed by Charles iTort of Huston Mrs Aliblu Whitney of Htonchum ubjuirvex hur Mlth Auto baiulltH raid distillery ware liousu In utoul SO to TO Inirrols ol IflARGH A la lllioly to itavvlop uoHiiUH Ilinosn II ntHUttlfil KtvUlin JulwM M flmt of Ik TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS PllEe Secretary Hoover turns down offer to become directorgeneral of sesqulcentennial Government tests show gold can be picked from Prof Blakesleo says United States rather than the Arms Confer Is on Old Colony Trust Company and other creditors move to foreclose on Birmingham Atlantic House Committee favors bill giving for disabled of house which Daniel Webster while Secretary of State being Excity treasured of N ac cused of appropriating bond issue to his own Hull town meeting held in Inuc lied Gross awards nrockton girl cash prize for Face Three robbers driven from South Bos Ion office by Boston rumrunner has pal locked up on Charge of assisting in tnoft of truck load of Woman Congressman is against mixed Puce Secretary Hughes Is given golden shears by correspondents discusses dlf tlcufty of keening contact with President Harding plans to supply coal to the railroads and Industries In event of mine Coal mine operators outside the cen tral competitive field favor negotiations with Miners Seek former employe I murder noted circus at Riverside N Interesting tulk on insects by Pro William Morton Porshing Stadium at Vlncennes chosen for the 1924 More than 113 pawn tickets found broker Lindsays house in N Y IlIKO VrnnBmuyullon of problem c the effected at University of Ch Royal American eiiKlncei who was employed by Lenin and Trot reports Hunslti stripped of all re sources and Hlarvlng to Insurgents and Froe Sluta veguliu evauunto Limerick by MuntuKU In bitter opoouh calls Uay Ouurga a dictator ucentlng iiumult India rogrotu Mlulnluru full urroHt Qmulltl hubtinimltUti to cut Ililln pomoimil Nuvy l IrtiildDUttt VUcounl UiKuulloii turn biIUo uirlvo In GLOBE COINTENTS TOpAYS Pnge British employers lock out mem era of Engineering Swarthmore professor declares that ext campaign will be con ucted by moans of wireless Pasre State to start crusade tomorrow gainst destruction or roads by over oaded Politics and Medford man made aCavalier of Page Brown of Dartmouth sots new indoor Igh jump record of 6ft vlns college indoor title High moves up to a top le in Girls Suburban BasketBall Close scoring at Gun Club ilioot at Westminsters defeat St Paul in first if hockey title U to Brown wrestlers score victory over 6 points to St Marys A of Cambridge beats it Marks of N to 20 tther basketball PilKe Pittsburg boats Pore Marquette at 3 to Pennsylvania defeats Dartmouth at basket 21 to Harvard beats Yale at 33 to Huntlneton defeats Expter In swim ming 29 to 21 George Kerrigan wins Florida open golf Yale freshmen defeat Harvard Cubs t basket 20 to Pane Free try at goal after touchdown stricken from football Bralntree Welfare held to 00 tie by tho Sturtevants in Boston and District League TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS IIBC two at St Braves have Eed Sox have good workout at Hot Greater Boston Interscholastic Girls Field Hockey League meets arid adopts j Page Ruth Bostons perfect school Malcolm Nichols talks about income tax Page Financial news many new high Page Hpusehold Pa ee HIng Lardnors dose of advice to Globe Tales of a Wayside by Grantlanil Can New Hampshire afford to accept giftof late Benjamin Kimballs mag nificent residence a Governors house Pnae Table Tales of the Old PltffC Ghosts dont like too much Yankee curiosity another Nova Scotia Iaucs 6T to 7B Automobile Shpw Pnse The Elephant a thrilling story of the by Gordon a new Globe Yale baseball and crew PUKCM 74 ml Photographs of 64 leading malies of Inue Drama and PllBc Music and movie facts and CHARLES It 0 custodian of liljuora at Gov ernors etc DAVID H FederalProJiibition Commissioner at Washington A typical Federal ofipe holder neither toop aggressive nor too eager lor unusual accomplishments He does as told with alacrity without undue exercise ofgray matter thebutton pusher in the Mellon GOV CHANNING likable Nd one could everpic ture him as an outstanding urg ing the public to awaken to its re sponsibilities and opportunities like many other handpicked absolutely When it is necessary to cover party discrepancies with a smoke he ia a very forceful champion of law and SENATOR HENRY His powerful influence has and probably will exerted against prohibition in any Although he i Bpallv fieVotslead ii has bfen said he with IJiSrese vatiotf tiat suce Wilson vetoed of course waa wrong and conseqiiehfly lie couldcon scientiously for the r CONGRESSMAN WINS excellent running tie senior he has consistently CONGRESSMAN GEORGE HOLDEN outpopt of the wets in Congress is said to open ly his record 100 percent COMMISSIONER WILLIAM Pickwick of the Federal Building ROBERT U ATTOR NEY FOR i harmless sort of who lends dignity to his office because he looks aa if he were a f Of coutso all the genuine work is supposed to be done by his hjs political eiieniles an In the public gaileirt hearttneakEi fit DryLaws and Wet Is1 the title of the Mr Wilson baa his and left flndiupj and downrthe cat1 ail the from Sqnitojr Caboti Mellon of the CharleS Continued on the Twelfth The sipre save money Vy INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 1AOE Amunomentil 71 uncl Aurtlnn Allot lull 80 lill null lllllliuilH anil IltiHliiiHH 40 Ihiiinl mill Clolhlnit Coititwlno Hit Uentll niliHtlm ntrm unit ao CLASSIFICATION PAGE lor 40 Ilentlnv uml Ilotplit KiiuapK To Illfornuitlim Live Stork 30 Marhliteiy unil Toula Mull nnlor llvlp Munoy tu Mulor Mualrul Nmv Vurk Uootiu dlt tltttmtu I umrl HI CLASSIFICATION PAGB Real ail rieul lintate Auotloua 37 ItoU for Heal Estate tiofel Komttlo44 Ulln 44 HportlUK Humnirr Hummer Vniitii iind Hull Wunlril tVlnlff TODAYS GLOBE CONTENTS Household Page Citizen Radio EDITORIALFEATURE SECTION Pane Boston man shows up Queen Pnse MaverhlllB postofflce flght getting Fred Stone to try to IUBSO in Arotl0 Page Fire Chief Taber and Humors of town Pane Uncle Dudley Lloyd Georges followers In Pane Hubert postmaster gen Why was Princess Pat not at Marys wedding PllKC Merrill on cleavage in f Defeated town candidates SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE The contents of the Sunday Globe Magaina will be found on Page 1 of the THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and Vicinity Fair Sunday and Monday little In tem perature diminishing northerly Washington Forecast for Fair Sunday andMon not much change In aloboa i Monday full Tuwsday probably con tlnucd fair cnntlmiod seasonable peruturea moderate northwest and west becoming Tho Tomporttturo Yeatunlay Thomp aoua SnuS a 38 0 ti 3S u 40 j 111 48 8 Ji 42 8 40 8 p 40 13 AvoruKu lomiwruUiro Tnuierttiwrii lit S NlKht W HI ill M Now aJ In j tu tt DIVIDE GERMAN Allies Distribute First Billion of Reparations Allied Finance Ministers signed an agreement this tor distri bution of the flrst billion gold marks of German The agreement disregards the American claim of pri ority for its expenses In occupation on the Rhlneland so far as the actual sharing of money ia but recognizes the claim by a special which states that allthe agreements on thla question are to American rights as the various Governments may establish theFinanceMinisters cbrisUleiv Ing that they do not oower to decide this Continued ou the Salient Six THERE ARE NONE ITS EQUAL AT ITS SPACES 3031 AT THE SHOW REED MOTOR CAR 961 Commonwealth Brighton 3619 m RUBBER 885 lioylston I MECHANICS BUILDING ALL THIS 10 AdmissiaiE 75c AUTOMOBILE SALO COPLEYPLAZA HOTEL OPEN TOMORROW 5   

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