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Boston Post (Newspaper) - August 23, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts Boston Post wednesday August 23, 1922 fall proves fatal Pittsfield aug. 22.--mrs. Jemima i it Earsley 60, fell downstairs at the Tyler picture Palace theatre Here today. She died on the Way to the Hospital in the police ambulance. Guard makes second Rescue saves girl though injured from previous Rescue blueberries going to waste at Ashland n. H. Lawrence Shea swimming instructor at the new Ocean House Beach Swampscott performed a second Rescue from drowning yesterday before he had recovered from injuries sustained in a Rescue a few Days ago. Miss Mary a. Reed aged 24, of new y Ork City was saved from the surf w Hen she succumbed to and it required 25 minutes work by or. C. Henry Dobson to resuscitate her. Shea fully clothed and convalescing from Lin uries received two weeks Aco in making another Rescue was sitting on the Beach when he heard cries for help and saw Reed disappear he twee ii the Shore and the swimming raft j .500 feet from Shore. Without Hestia a Tion Shea dashed through the surf and recovered the girl. The Strain was telling on Shea when Leslie Martin Nathaniel Abramson and Jerome Flynn guests at the hotel put out in a Rowboat and assisted in the Shea and miss Reed were comfortable last night. Specially Orne do basement two tone Bow hat for fall at 3 .50 mail orders 15c phone Beach 1222 silk velvet and neatly lined a Youthful style that Means Charm and Economy. Come Early while our Stock is Complete. Tvo tone colors Are Black and Copen Brown and Beaver Black and red Beaver and Brown Beaver and Copen Pearl and co pen Navy and Pearl. Hundreds of hats $1.50 to $3.50 53 Temple i. 65-69 summer St. A faint Hope for ending rail strike Eastern Road Heads holding firm on seniority Issue each Road. The Quot die hards Quot hold that until he serves at least two thirds of the strike has now been Defeated. Sentence. As he was not incur but the Eastern group will be met i created until t be. 15, 1919, he will not by determined opposition from some of i i eligible for parole until feb. 15. The Southern and Western roads who j 3p25. This Means that Hanson cannot have adopted a conciliatory attitude get out of prison for nearly two and this Wing May declare its intention j a half years More unless he is Par of proceeding with a . The outspoken condemnation of peace a a a attend court Only deliberations by l. F. Loree chairman of the Eastern conference and his Sanford Bates chairman of the Pris Socrates has stirred the Union leaders j on commission. Informed j. J. Mcglew William h. Johnston president of the i manager of the Eastern body amp a International of Machin Essory co. That the commission could its some of whose men Are on strike. Not permit the temporary Rolease of renewed charges that the a die hards j Hanson for any other purpose than to were seeking to smash Railroad unions. Testify in court or upon parole and All unions. John f. Cronin clerk of the Superior Quot it is a handful of powerful men Tourt which imposed sentence on a Hundred million now a said 1 son also declared that it was impose David Williams Leader of 25,000 strikers sible to secure the temporary release in the metropolitan area. Quot if the strike is not settled this week everyone will know who is to blame those Railroad i executives who even broke Faith with i their colleagues to keep up their fight against the Vry a nov cannot free Felon e to to unlock old Safe of Railroad showmen through negotiations Between Railroad presidents cont Nentl from Page i Foi opening it when he turned the Knob. For 17 years Hanson As a instant treasurer of the Hank which formerly occupied the premise., had opened and closed the Safe daily. He had the 3 combination and was As familiar with it As if it were his own name but Coni nement behind prison bars played havoc with his memory so that he cannot now recall the numb is. Thinks numbers will return he believes however that these quench of the numbers would come Back to him if he were allowed to see the Safe and turn the combination once More. The familiar surroundings the old custom of turning the Nob Bank and Forth would stimulate his lapsing memory to such an extent he feels that he would be Able to find the combination and open the Safe. Corporation and income taxes make it imperative that the company a books which were locked in the Safe last week be available for government inspection but 1.� impossible without destroying the Safe which the company is anxious to preserve if possible. Unless the open a new set of but a oks. The old ones j government ordered the production of had been locked up in the Safe he said the books Mcglew said that they worm by the Stockman who was not aware he allow etl to remain in the Safe until that there was no combination available Uana ii opened it. Of Hanson for any other Pur, than that stated by the prison commissioner. Will wait for Hanson although disappointed at the result of his efforts Mcglew stated that he would wait until Hanson was paroled. In the meantime lie said the company would and chiefs of the brotherhoods faded As the executives assembled for their general meeting wednesday. Prison and cannot get out without i a Pardon from the governor. Law forbids release rail Heads at Odds i if three stalks to a quart on these berries John Brownie station agent at Lynn common is showing a few Blueberry Bushes at his Camp in Ashland n. H. Or. Brownlie says the berries grow 100 bushels to the the accompanying picture shows John Brownlie station agent at Lynn common station holding a few stalks of blueberries picked near his summer j Camp at , n. H. He writes Quot they Are Low Bush berries and some of the stalks Are one foot in height. I believe anyone could pick 100 bushels to an acre. From three stalks i have tilled a one quart Box. A if car fares were Only reduced so that City folks could be Back into the country these hundreds of Bush flip might be picked and enjoyed instead of being allowed to go to Parley on hard Coal collapses every Effort to release him temporarily for the purpose of opening an influential group led by the East i Safe proved unavailing yesterday Ern a die hards is unwilling to com-1 thought prisoners in other states Promise in any Way on the seniority a a ave been released temporarily to at Issue and will enter the meeting dc-1 the funeral of parents or Chil ter mined to Block any Effort to give Dren the Law of Massachusetts does the striking showmen seniority rank not permit a temporary release sex ing ahead of men employed to take kept for the purpose of testifying in their or upon parole. The Eastern presidents it is under-1 Hanson is undergoing a sentence of stood May even offer a Resolution which nine to to years for embezzling funds would bring an end to the present peace of the Market Trust company of negotiations. This would mean a finish Brighton former owners of the Safe fight with individual settlements by and he will not be eligible for parole mail and phone orders fitted Congress 3800 Butler 3 mid week specials inquire about the $5000 prise at aur Legal stamp station my Mem Butler s for wednesday amp thursday your broken watch Glass can be replaced with an unbreakable Crystal if your watchmaker fails to repair your watch and make it reliable let us do it for you. Our watchmakers Are competent to put in thorough order ladies tiny Swiss and american watches. Also to repair and adjust gentlemen a High Grade watches to heat cold and position. Out of town customers Send watches by registered mail for estimate. Wilson bros., watchmakers 95 court St., Scollay so. When you want to buy a dependable watch see us. Plane strikes i arbitration cause of lobster buoy breakdown declare forced to make Quick operators Landing at Gurnet Philadelphia aug. 22 United Duxbury aug. 22.-a hydroplane j peace conference be with three passengers aboard bound Anthracite Coal miners and from new York to Rockland me., . 1. 11forced to Nitako a Landing at the Gurnet operator a Coli a de. Shortly after noon today. When off a e Days of discussion be Pym. Uth the plane struck a lobster got nations were broken off late today buoy which owing to the great speeding what was apparently a hopeless of the boat ripped several feet of the deadlock. The Way was left open planking off the Bottom putting it in for future discussions however by a sinking condition and making a Quick j a t Landing imperative. I understanding that the conference w. H. Wincapaw the owner who would meet again when either Side lives in Greenwich. Conn. And con ducts a yacht Agency in new York. Quested it. Said he had planned to make the trip to Rockland in four and a half hours Rupa known a Iii Ppd a and return the same Day. They had Beta Kuun 2�urpk12�l been two hours out of new York to stated when the Accident happened. To was accompanied by his brother s. G. Wincapaw and the latter a wife. Hooooocxaoopo<aoooooooooqoooqoooc3 a Quot pop Ltd a a certified bargain basement r Boston it 35-39 Quot Winter St. Certified bargain basement ii ready a today amp thursday Sale of new fall and Winter Haive Fullr it Toddi or Spedalle priced for this event the Complete change in style of women s dresses from Short skirt to the new be coming Long shirt dresses with straight line panels or Side drape effects French sleeves and Long Waist line tendency makes this Sale of utmost importance to every woman. The stumbling Block according to the a Para Torso version was arbitration Bunuel d. Warriner operators spokesman explained in a statement that the miners declined to agree to Quot binding arbitration of wage disputes on which the operators insisted. The breakdown of the conference came As a Surprise because optimistic reports had been spread concerning its probable Success. Mines even prepared for a resumption of operations and agreement w As expected in All quarters. Lewis to explain miners stand John l. Lewis president of the unit i de mine workers declined to the issues and went immediately to his i hotel. He said the miners position would be explained in a statement to i be issued later. After stating the conference got under Way on request from the president w Arriner said a to the proposals we have made to the miners representatives in the of the conference we have had in mind not merely the bringing about of a resumption of production Al to Lough we think that is most important. We have endeavoured to accomplish this and at the same time to establish a basis looking toward permanent peace and continuous opera i Tion in the future. I Long term contract a it was our belief that this could i Best be secured by a Long term con tract with a periodical revision of wages by arbitration which should be i binding on both parties. We were entirely willing to accept As a Board of i arbitration a or tribunal to be appointed by the i i John l. Lewis president of the unit d of mine , said the miners were h Quot astonished when they entered the conference to find the operators offer ing arbitration As a condition of settlement. New Fau hats made of velvet with embroidered design in red Brown and Black the embroidery is of contrasting colors the shapes Are off the face and medium Sailor models. $0.95 2 third Gloora new fall Coats Light and dark Tan mixtures. One style with plaid Back and four pockets. Another style lined throughout with striped silk lining. Special value at hand made Batiste waists with Long sleeves and hand drawn work Roll collars and Square neck models. Sizes .38 to 46. $1.98 second Al Boob. 36-Inch Chiffon taffeta and Satin in Navy and Black silk Quality $1.49 a 1 40-Inch charmeuse in Black Navy and Brown All silk Quality i .85 1 women a rubber Heel lace Low shoes comfortable for House Wear. Sizes 4 to 8, ride widths. .39 1 .b.4sement, v., c 1 third floor �10.00 picture sit Sqq Carbon reproductions size 18x40- a 3-Inch polished mahogany Street . Finish frames a coliseum a a St. Angelo Castle a a last a Harvest Moon a a shepherdess a Etc. I a this week Only 4.98. V mate orders filled 4 Victor red Seal records including All the leading artists Reg. $1.25 value 10-Incli. 69c Reg. S1.7.s value 12-im-ii. $1.19 1 09 c h r m basement. J fuel Board fixes fair prices for soft Coal Harrisburg a. August 22.�?fan prices of s2.7b and $450 per ton f. O. B. Mines for Hoft Coal produced in the Pennsylvania regions were fixed by Tho Pennsylvania fuel commission at a meeting Here late today. The lower Price applies to the Quot thick vein fiction designated As District no 2. And the higher to the Quot thin vein re i Gion or District no. 1, 1 four models illustrated plenty of others sizes 14 to 44�?All at one Price clearance Sale of silk dresses your Choice of our entire Stock of \ pc silk dresses in our basement about a cd 200 from which to choose a special 6 she oooo Poi certified bargain basement ioc>caooooc>ooc>g>04soooogkah expect Winifred an to make port today t be Leyland line steamship Winifre Dizaji Captain a. W. V. Trant. From 1 Liverpool expected to make port to Day. She will drop Anchor in the lower j Harbor at 2 of clock this morning and j tie port physician will Hoard her at i quarantine at 7 o clock. Tho liner i should reach her berth at plot a 4, East Boston shortly after 8. Her of Cabin passengers numbers 88, of whom65 Are British 22 american citizens and one armenian. Be sides her regular cargo of Hoo Towt of merchandise the i Winifred an has 7000 tons of Coal in her i holds. Steamship Pittsburg from Uve Pool and Queenstown with 327 Cabin and 159 third class for this port reported by radio that she would or Lvi at quarantine at 10 of clock tonight Docking no Commonwealth pier South , at 8 o clock Tinor i Row morning. C. G. Gray Fie Wiy to pointed British Consul at Boston Eucy. Feeding Thomas i. To Hurter. Who retire its a ept. 2, is among the . In j addition to the Rowton Llu to the liner 13 i Uii Iii Ami a Ili ird tap or. I Sci in Lor la . Al Mill seconds in rugs at real bargain prices heavy seamless Axminster Runft 0xt2 Sale i race 44.50 la Eavy seamless Axminster rugs 7,6x9 Sale Price 37.95 heavy seamless in Len fringed a Mllton velvet rugs 9x12 Sale Price 58.50 j j j Pleavy seam Losili in Len fringed Wilton velvet rugs 8.3x10.6 Sale Price 51.50 j Teavy seamless Axminster rugs 8.3x10.6 Sale Price 37.95 y Teavy seam loss Quot Brussels tapestry rugs 9x12, Sale Price 17.95 heavy seam let a \ Axminster rugs 8.8x10.6 kale Price 46.50 heavy seamless Brussels tapestry rugs 8.3x10.6, Sale Price 15.95 heavy beam los Axminster rugs 9x12 kale Price 53.50 heavy Axminster rugs 27x54 Inch a heavyset m 1 a a Linen fringed velvet rugs 9x12 Sale Price kale Price 3.75 39.95 heavy Axminster rugs ."6x70 Sale Price 6.75 Eavy seam let a Unen in i Ingco. A velvet rugs 8.3x10.6 a ale Price 35.95 heavy Axminster rugs 27xst Lnu i h ale Price heavy Axminster rugs 36x70 inches Sale Price �7.75 Cong oleum squares no Borders size 5x15 it Sale Price 9.95 9x13.6 Price 8.95 5x12 Price 7.75 9x10.6 Price 6.75 fifth Klee 5x9 it. 7.6x9 it. 5x9 it. Sale Price 5.95 Sale Price 4.95 Sale Price 3.95 4.45 i heavy Axminster Hall rugs 27 in. X 9 it. Sale Price �10.95 a j a a c h 70 i 15c to 20c values at 8 la 27c to 38c values at 14lii Wall paper at 1-2 Price every kind of paper on Sale myth f 40c to 45c values at 19�>ii 60c to 75c values at 29 Lii 0 c h i 70 i

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