The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on June 16, 1902 · 9
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I and Sales of the Past Weeks tz:ri Pacific and St Paul Ui tta Railroads. - iteL;an Central Active and Higher. 1:,;g I.ci 1127ad for tDaarings ca Entnge. 4 sr; Ccrrorations in Maine an Marsachusetts. o,i'stoots provill-e,1 In the stock market cfrip rho erlost.r part et the peat there was an Increase 1r loc..," otr.egth toward the ar.I ths f ttre morket showed ear itta;e-so-rnt vtL The railroads ore rt. t art:se Issues. .Xs Fa stootod a atoAly advance rote:rota potnts. ar I strorg. and ! tson, Canaellen all ..7.,...,r7t sstsy were atao t.ty attr',;,, tt!o-rr preferred went ',vs ;3? tl !sLe t;s1's t7! lfr-1 In Ins ar,t crt ss..s ef over ?Vito) vote ?tr.'. laterktacosnal r--0 If- !tr. to 5-, a ealn at o7.0- p) dit Kay t!!' Ics71-te advancing t ,tr to or. tr., rp-rt tsat Louisville IF tt: tto rrsrs--t feti a tear t.,,,,mostst tot:s-st t prezedtrup irOto too and was little ef ..t.tertest, :tat rOiL3e1. 1r; tti tte sts.ltholdeps et tor"..rt-',73 sr I St-el un Thursday vos ",7 ..1,t14:t. To-nets to'.n.st a tts.s ;.:or. and the price tr:ott, a of p:;r.to. 11,3-1,:an vii.l.terly be-cat, s.A.se L.ute,... the week IN .11r.ft es.r..1 f,r--2 to ItIted Fr.tt aloo eq.at to 1;1. Anrieri- r.e.o;;.1,-.,nt! vas rtror.;. gair..nir I er..r.tt rtAtt S w-tnt ts It. Cup- po!I isr TY clu.tt. but strong. Lp 13 to Bea. X -Zvi rms.? 1, ol Ls- nitr tort and w ert trt. v-p 3. sinl Ten:. Ittring rose S'or-ro f tat!, shoats the rtumber ar.,! tto vs,ti7i4rs tr. tne rrieeo Of the taros ef oto, 11--11 ;ast wee:t on the BefLi E and Nea Voris escrenzes. The c-,!..2:rrotstt.,retq re' th,- name of the coca irve in. ort,,r :to ht.rncet price. tto prt-e, the Ictst osle and the rot ctsrte 1,-,r the stook The final .4,7.411-,,I -mrating the t,st. w,i-fk with tne last sale of ttA 11',.'0 it 7. !'1. -Vine 7 or if there enried June ,7t, ".to F-C.- 1pr...4-ethnic that a..os tt: to oturifteo that the r.so that it Iso trnt- of the sale 110.7:Ht. snide. other- .so trstys:- Co:ton Stocks. 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Ls. .roirsiood ebseka will be paid at par at tho Itot of blootreal. hieratreol. , 3. btACKAT. Treasurer. - dons II. WI. . , I OCK, rattRKEL ,.. Tti ola re 144 Inn Itki 14 Westinith 1E1 p1 1v0 log itt4 452 Winona 4' , sti 414 'I Wise tentral pr boo book 1s114 174 Wi.isertne 1.4 3 &Nil 1410 WIsa.1.4 Iii ' 11A1b .1k. 4214 S 4 - - - Ey disi4tod. Total 'oleo tor tko week 31.836 shares. - ' - New York Stocks. Furore :; ; , - - Last Net ,14 Iltab Low solo elec. 211400 Amite Cop (111 614 6S2.6 000 Am birycle 41 11 13- 1400 do pr 6.2,4 211,4 o- 1 419.10 Am C & F 32 31 3211 1 154st - 410 pr toINI 10014 Vgli4o Ls loot Am Cot 011 Ai 5114 bits 2.0 do pr 101 03 tifi 41 Pal Amor Plat Tel 141 34 341 - -2 $041 At Gress Tar t00 457 Ss moo Amer Ice , 10 . 1714 imp - us 2:-.10 dojo 59 541 56 -314 )Am L4n Ott...- 211 2511 24 1 61011 Amer Loco 3114 32 33 216 11.01 do pit 94 02161 1)4 3 200 Amer Malt 6 6 6 Iso, do pr. 25 23 23 14 roosts Am Smolt Co-- 49 441.14 41111 ,..-.. 1.6 2.-oat do pr f49141 n..45,11 lott;, is 40 Am Snug- ..... 12-1 122 123 42 :PO do pr (24 99 11921 - vs. Ti.00 Am sugar 1131 1271,4 12.124 411.1 . 204) do pr '1119 110 119 3 too Am Trl & Tel...17414 174 174 411-4 PEI Ant Wool pr..... 4 7411 7414 - 11 4(0 Asaronda 114 113 114 34, :A11 Ai. 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PO 00 83 23 &too Intermi1-1 Pump 544 53 54 14 110 do pr 93 03 143 44 Imo InternatI Silver 13. 13 13 tto do pr 62 15914 51411 -114 35.0 Iowa Central 434 4 4411 3 S110 do pr. PL.Vi, 83 83 2. 1174o) Eau City & S.- 34 31111 34 316 4700 4.4 pr r21 80 62 2 17440 E C. Ft S & M pr 8311 $211 8.116 1;40 Kona & 111oh 42-6 42 42 - 2.0 10 L F. & Weot NI 65 65 - 11 fl0 Long folan4 69 PT 8711 131011 Louis 41 Nash 13S 137 1374 11 ls14. Mann Roach- 11:46 16 17 14 16400 Manhattin 13216 1300131 2 1504 Me Socuritios 11511 11414 115 1 31140 Met St Ry 150 1411a6 now, 2 299.10 Mexican Cent 2s24 211 2814 2 22u9 Minn $t 11 113 110 113 211 pas do pr 1241 1211 124 bob M..4 P & S 3 M 54 1.1 ilst4 58ti 1 1044st 310. Kan & T 241 2614 26 1..7,10 do rr 'Sla 701,4 Mies 42 1570,2 Mr) l'afle 10:4- VIA, 105 5 400 tioh & Chat-107 1414 1117 tr's 540 National Biscuit. 4111s. 4R 4614 14 4r11 110 rsT 1011 111-11 101 Isi 2200 National Lead 221 22 22 I loll do it 89 89 S9 - 16 3410 Nat Mt of M.- 1104 Pt 19 lit 24140 do pr 4O3,4 39 ' diory, is loll N T Air 1trake-169 169 169 4.3!.., 59-10 N T Central 103 15414 1:irt 24 Tiro N Y. C & Et L 1".3 52 rgt Li 4211 1500 do '24 .pr 91 10 91 1 240 N I Dock pr 54 . ra 54 ' 1 200 N T. N II & rt 2-12 231 231 ' -6 &turf N Y. tont & 1est 3316 324 33 4044 Sort & West SS 55 5711 2 3-10 ti, pc 91.11 t00 Ito 130 Paclfir Mail- 43 0 40 4-1 217410 peabsylvanla 17024 149 15014 11--s Past Pro G of Ch 10214 101 11.241 1 los) Pro & 1-; 39 39 39 4-2 l, P. C. C & $t le P7 97 97 111:,111Proosed $t Car 47 4 47 IA toot do pr 87 01 PT 11 1.ot Pullman . 17o 235 235 -1, In al fly Stool Spring 32 . 3111 32 41 2201 do pre 84'11 14 1104 1 136100 Resd:ne 3 6 62 65 42 430 do 1s1 pr ... 81 83 8414 1 142001 do 24 pr 741 114.11 614142 1 loot Itit Seettr A tot 06 91111 14 4100 Repeat Steel 1116 1714 Pa 24 3.-4.0 do pr 75 2411, 7n 41 108,1 flobbor Goods- 29 19 26 4 NO do pr IN 09 11,11 41 us) flatland 1111 pr.- 81 79 79 -21.4 2-1041 St .1 & 41 Is.- 2116-.24 1.1. vets do lot p 72 CS 72 41 :...1w1 do 2-1 p:o 1211 236 3224 214 2.'01) St I. Jig an F..- gib Il'''t 1)9 VI 34149 do 1st pr. AS 11411 85 ?.Ni do 2-1 pr 7314 7216 7316 11 1790 St L S'sweat 2o 27 2n14 4114 4746 do flf 0211 Oil 021. 42 3.10 Shout-Sbc11 S1 pr 2 11.2 0.2 1 ?peons Pooth rote . 11:701.4 64 6.-o 14 551.to south Rall....... 3714 36 3714 ,O6 2tto do pr 10.1 PI V3 11 . .211) Svand It Á T.- 714 7 7 - 14 1121t Tenn Coal A I 641, 82 6414 4211 3510 Ten Pao. ..... 42 40 42 41 Ili III.) do IA T. 444 34 441 43746 161) Tol. Pro .11: 20 0 4 10 7ooyaL, 04 Lk I 2114 2) , 21 7.40 do p4 24 37 3711 14 rats Twin C R T its 1 111 lut - 16 50111n II & Pper In 13 15 74 waka do for 1i4 144 S4 2 477.to Ca Pac..... 105 14 110.514 24. ol filo pr t414 87 ton 11 2;240 r s 4, I P & F 12 1111 12 - 11 3711 do pr 42,4 42 42 - 4.4 Prbott S Ltber 13 13 131 N, Vigo do pr flits st .9,4 ts 14 "I11 r S keel & net 40 ftto14 40 24.0 do pr 4511 14 61 1 1040 r II Itotdoor pr. 3514 5511 5511- - 111 4472.1 V 8 SCI ear WI :13Ath Ma as 3.1.al do Pr too-4 otst6 S9- 21 lon Fa Car Cbem 7014 te114 70 " C. I... do pr 134-46 131 13114 24 3.71tt at Willwah 27 26- 2714 :Malt do pr 4:AT 431t 4514 2 44 ll Argot Ira TPI 12 tet 91 1 400 Woofing Eleo 212 210 210 .--11 1110 10 lot Pr 2141 21414 21416 el 'woo Wilool et I. E.... rzis , 21 2214 41'4 1300 -do lot pr (2 die 62 421i 14..0 do 241 pr Nei 34 SO 14 4200 Wio Con...- 27 27 . 27 &oat do pr 5046 4S PO , 2 - - Ira diltblitikt. Sotto tor the week 1.S73.3eA ablireil. Maine Corporations. AVM:STA. June ItThe following new corporations file4 certificates at the PeertarY of .tale's office during the past wet k: tihrrirl Itssel.4stssett Co. INrtisnd pl ts I mock mining. Promoters. tiara Pen. W emelt:et: Lorick Foster. (teeter Mrimoir. hottoI C. Fvetet. raniale Ii. Staples. Pt ri tarsi. Usitett Motilts Pnrebasing Ca. Eitter7Captp;ock 127ettePr. Promoters. Morsels Klitll: li-ary IF- Pearson. Newburv. Sloss: A. M. WisoUlt. NrW N itsvid East Ikatoat C. Winthrop Smith. iterding. w. IbilltMIS Co. Poritstst---Coottal stork S1411-011k d-part ment atorett. Promoter. Worth-Put S. !Dutton. soulrrille: J. Caldwell Thompson. eh yr rt., Winans,. Boston; Edward IL Muse. Wind !tam. Ass-dram Trentoortatton Co. AugustaCapital stock II:sit.ro.0. Promoters. Irows W. .leetrent. iy lap' W. Fuller. V.111011:1 WPItton. tattle Creek. Stleh: Lewis A. Illurleigh. I. IA Fairbanks. J. Iteerv. M. V. Beane. AnglIMIR iloilway Siegal Atortisrui Capital stork SI,Isst.Otst. Promoters. Willard V. Trivet'. Villtrm R. Ayers. E. J. MeNuityt 'Roston: Worry I.. Crites. A. J. Iresmond. Irving E. Vers.. IL P. Ilivreetirer. Portland. Irt,i4,raist listne Treatment to. Kittery (-spiral pt....ft st:AlLtust Prstnotors. Taylor Mtlts. Ittost,,s: Frank A. liartosq. 11;1101avill listelley. Worcester; Ilrrae. 3IItrZuII. II. D. thirsan. Kittet y. Frankel it rillestman Corporation. Kittery-- hi a 1 t.sk viotaingPrauaptera. !limps It Miler. Simon Frankel. Harry Goodsm.s. Lynn: tinware Mar-bell. Kfttory. Ainell-an Asbestos Attettts--espitti steek SI.Soort.isot. illmetrfli. William C. 'Imitators A.. Corms:an. Alvin M. IIigIu. Terrs Iltinte. Ind; Lewis A. Murie4:4h. J. Ilerry. Augusta. at..issre Ilinntaerming Cn. AngnotaCspital stock S:,,$).1J100. utomatie tithal system. Prootrrs. C. C. Mo-Titt. ".11taut II. litlant. E. M. Tboadwon. F. S. Trrey. L. F. Chamberlain. Brocalott. !untie) Vr.l. Wine. Terre Haute, bpi: it. M. tIatI,. e. .0...trews. F. i Put,- ton. F. Whitton'. M. 2. Perry. Augusta. cubit's Valley Fruit (So, Pei-Mewl -empitI stork S54:0.4)111. Promoters. Charles F. Ilast Ira. Fratift It. Cir. Somerville; Frank A. tb,dtvien. Malayen: henry M. N:or. Istrehoster: J. Ahlro Mau. tertook;in Park. Mass. itatittta P. lioeland itrutt CO. PortlandCapt. tal stork 12.101..0.0. Promoters. HMO rt. Partlett. J. Ersnk Imitbar. Boston: Halos P. Mitland. Harry I.. Cram, A. J. Vestry nd. Portion& ConselOt9e. Lass restroottoft l'ottlx114-ent,tkki stork 110.000. Ptsurtotftra. Wilton F. Drake. proton; Irving I,- Prsite, Prorldepeo; THE - Welch. T. F.. Hartnett. T. 3. llokan Portland. .lonyld J. Instrah.tm 4o Kitterycapitol pro,k ftlottotoot. optical go,volo. Promoters, David J. Ingraham. Station: Clarion II. Luengeue. Note York: A. M. Nleinoon.- New Castle. N II; lloraee Mitt-hell. It. D. Hannon. Kittery. United $tt. Veou line-Corporation. Portland -ent,:tal 0,1k $21119.044). maehinery. waters,. Ilobert to. Sehu lg. Dedham: ward It Lemon. Sudbury; George F. Noyes. Portland. , - A BEAMSTER FIFTY' YEARS. Lawtence Ku Id of Norwood Works Hard in Tannery, but is Hale and Hearty. , NORWOOQ, June 1-Lawrence Klud has been for 50 years employed In the Norwood institution.---off Walpole st, known as the "Winslow tannery," now controlled by the Winslow Bros & Smith company. He was torn in Baden. Ger, and Is nearly 75 years old. LAWRENCE KCII.D. lie came to America in May. 12. and soon after this time came to Norwood and entered the tannery tnen conducted by Lym ln Smith and George Winslow, both long deceased. lie has been connected with the tannery ever since. For 15 years he was foreman of the beam house. and Is still connected with that department of the work. generally considered one of the hardest, and perhaps the unhealthiest. branch of the tanning industry. He is still a beam-liter. employed in preparing skins for the tanroom. 5Ir Kuld has outlived his wife by 20 . years. but three daughters and one on survive. Pa well as 19 grandchildren. Mr Kuld is a hale and hearty old man. He is beloved by a large circle of friends and has the respect and esteem of bis employers and fellow employes. ENJOYABLE - PILGRIMAGE. Knights Templars of Maiden Having Good Time In Rangeley Lake District. RANGELEY, Me. June 15---Some time during the month of February last Beauseant commandery. Knights Tempters. of Malden, Mass, voted to 'make a pilgrimage In June. and a special committee was selected to make all necessary arrangements for the trip. It was decided then to make a short trip through the Rangeley lakes region via Farmington, and the trip has now been taken. - The weather was as perfect as if it had been ordered for the occasion. The sir knights in full uniform left Boston at 5:30 p m last Friday and took the beat for Portland, arriving in Portland harbor early Saturday , morning. and about 6 o'clock went ashore and formed In line and marched to the Falmouth house; 'where they took breakfast. About 8:20 a m they left Portland for Farmington. arriVing, in that place at noon. They were met at the depot by Pilgrim commandery 19 and ladies. A line was formed, headed by Wheeler's military band of Farmington. followed by Pilgrim commandery. Lynn cadet band and BeaUSetint comniandery. After a short parade through the streets in Farmington they were given a reception and fine lunch at Drummond hall. As a mark of respect to Sir Khight E. O. Greenleaf of Pilgrim comrnandery. both commanderies while marching past his house took off their hats and placed them on the left shoulder, Mrs Greenleaf having just died at 3:45 p in. Tt,e Malden sir knights and ladies numbering 102 and the band took the train for Rangeley, arriving there a 1-ttle after 7 o'clock. They marched to the Rangeley Lakes house. where they are making their headquarters. S'aturday evening a concert was given at the casino by the band and a social hop was held. Sunday forenoon 'the sir knights etrended church in a body ae.. companted by their ladies. In the afternoon a band coneert was held on the hotel grounds. Quite a number attended a reception given by Hon F. E. Timbrrlake at his cottage. In the evening services were held in the hotel parlor.. Monday forenoon and afternoon the band will give concerts and in the evening will furnish music for a dance. At moon Tuesday the company will leave for home via Formington. and wild arrive in Boston late Tuesday afternoon. The guests are highly pleased with their trip. CHILDREN'S DAY. - Observance at the Bromfield-St Methodist Episcopal Church. Little children carried out the principal part of the morning service at the Rromileld-st Methodist Epicopal church yesterday. The pastor. Rev Dr John Galbraith. conducted the Retiree with the superintendent of the Sunday school. The preaching platform was banked with plants all in full bloom ind huge bouquets stood on stands on either side of the pulpft. The front rows of pews were occupied by thb children of the Sunday school. - - - Galbtaith opened the exercises with prayer. and then songs. readings anti hymns compoAled the program. each with a pretty letson suggesting an ad. ranee in Christian perfection. Groups of chilercn &Ans.. and individual ones recited the readings. Rev Dr Galbraith made a short address on the meaning of children's day. - - - . , , - , -,, . , , , " - , ,1!"111041o, ' ,'- - - , : . , .. 4 ( , t. )t. t. t, - . k t , ' ea,. to 'A - .) 14-1'f t, ))t -$'4 ,t k t NEW BOWDOINSQ BUILDING. , , - ' ,- , -' ' --''' ---, " ". .: . : .,,': -.; ,:,.,,, ,i,;:: ,:' ',i:-. .... :': ',::, 4.:;.- ''..,-...:.:'::::. i::,:E,,,.,:, ,,..::;:::,, , , - : - ' ', ,f , ', . , -; , ,.. '',,i - - : . -, -., . -:,,..:. ''... ', ;''.-:,..Z.;.:.. 't:.; : -:: :::: :', :,::::',:. ', 4' oe- ''' ,,,,iwor,:';-:-..- 1, ' 4-'5'. ''' ' - ,,,,,j,,,,,st:5' -7- ". , 4-ti,r,4,1imst,Silir ;- .:i!, . ,: ,. !rrP-1' (tri,itin -- ---P---,- IT t : ; ... ..,..,...,, . ,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,.:,: 211, , ,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,,, , :,3t..,. ,,,c,,,,.:.::: ,4,,, .t 11 f 4 i:41 . , - ' --, ,!. - , i 1 - , ' . 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At the time there was some comment becaum of the fact that in one of the buildings Dr George Parkmam who was Murdered by 'Prof Webster. made hiS home. The location of the property, facing BOWd0111 so, and abutting on Cambridge and Green sts, made ,it desirable for business purposes, and it is now announced that the buildings, which were erected in 1810' by pr Parkman, are to be razed and a mZdekn mercan tile building erectl.d. On thedeath of Dr Parkman the property reverted to his daughters. Mrs Shaw end Mrs Make, and tor several veers they occupied the houses. For a number of years they have been used tor boarding ousets. GI.,OBE416NDAY, :JUN:E BOSTON ON THE TRACKS. George IL.Atwoodlei Awful Death. Worcester lievispaperpan's Body Cut to Pieces, South Framingham Scene of Sad :A6cident. He is Thought. to Hari Started on a , Trip 'to testa). Probably- Missed His Footing ' -Between Cars. SOUTH FIVAMINGHAM. June 15 About a mile west of the union station here the crew of conductoaereck's eastbound freight train found the mutilated body of a man ahartly before last mid.. night. . The body has been identified as that of George H. Atwood of the staff of the Worcester Telegram.- and as the hip pocket and the right trousers pocket were turned inside out when the body was found. the police hold to the theory of foul play. : t . , Benjamin 'Felt of the Telegram staff came Ifere today and Identified the body. which wasjaken to Worcester tonight. The body had evidently been dragged about 400 feet- When the New York express arrived hero 11.1 029 last evening the headlight of the locomotive was found to be extinguished, and it Is thought by some here that the unfortunate. young man met his death under the wheels at that train. ' WAS IT ACCIDENT? , Atwood's Friends Inclined to Believe That He Fell from Train While on the Way to Boston.: - WOR6ESTER. June 15George H. Atwood. whose body- was found on the railroad tracks at South Framingham, was connected with the Worcester Telegram, and for nearly two years was assistant county editor.' - His friends here attribute his death to aecident, and offer no explanation of his pockets being inside out. , Some of hist associates say he bad planned to Visit Boston last night to see a brother who resides there. As parts of his body were scattered for nearly 400 feet along the track they are inclined to believe he took the train for Boston and his death was the result of falling while passing from one ear to another. It is pointed out, that had he been struck whkle,walking on the track the locomotive would probably have thrown him to one side instead of dragging him. Against foul play is the probability that he had not mare than tl or $3 in his pockets. Atwood was in a cheerful mood Saturday, although he complained of being tired, and had been erc.lus-ed from work for Sattneilay night. The dead man was 25 years old, and the son of a former Bowdoin professor. He was born in Germany and after his father's death lived with his mother in Amherst, where he was graduated from the high school. He entered newspaper - Work in ; the employ of the Springfield Union, subsequently joining the Boston Journal staff and returning to the Union as city editor. From ,there he eame in 1900 to Worcester. -where be had become well known and popular. He was married in Aucust.-1900. and his wife, who last saw him at 3:30 p m Saturday, is prostrated by the news of his death. - - - His mother and brother reside in Brooklyn and another brother is in Boston. - LET HER -WALTHAM HOME. Katie Connolly; 14 Years Old, Missing Since Last Wednesday. Since she left her' home on Elm st, Waltham. at 12:50 last Wednesdays to go to her work. in the Boston manufacturing comvany'S Mill. Katie Connolly has not been' seen by her father or sisters,. She is 14 years of age, but tall and looks older. She lived with her father. Michael Connolly. who is a widowers and who has three other children younger than Katie. She has never been away from home before. and Mr Connolly thinks that she may have been enticed' to go to,Lowell or some other mill city by a promise of higher wages. When she left home she wore a brown skirt, blue Jacket and a white straw hat. trimmed with white and black daisies. She had on slippers., An identifying mark, her father says, is a scar on thP left s!de of her neck under the ear. Mr Connollv will be grateful for any information that will lead to her return home. , . Two-Murderiri Break Jail. STROUDSBURG, Penn, June 15Benjamin Aiello and Charles Grether, convicted murderers. ,,esca,ped from the Monroe county jail here this morning. A posse is in pursuit. Death of Dr Griffin W.' Goldsboro. UALTINIORE, ,Tune 1Dr Griffin Washington Goldsboro died at Greensboro last night. aged 82 years. He leaves a son. Washington Elisell Goldsbero or Boston. 4" - t; e4 : p - IN BOWDOIN 'SQ.- The erection of a large mercantile building will be of benefit to the West end. and may stimulate still greater improvements in Bowdoin sq. in fact. it is said that architects are preparing plans for neeeral buildings on the square and on Court at. The new building is to be of four stories. and cover the entire lot. 613 feet on Bowdoin sq. 67 feet on Cambridge st and &I feet on Green it. It will be constructed of fancy brick. with iron skeleton frame. The architects are l'eters & Bice. Tremont building. , On the ground floor there will be eight stores. while the 3 rooms on three other floors will be so arranged that they can be used singly or en suite. The fonndation end wall will be soeon-, structed that four stories may be added in the future. There will be entrances on Green and Cambridge sts, and in the irterier finish marble and hard woods will be used.. 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'5',-;..:....:"-,...''',4,W;;,:' ,..,' 14,,',...;V:fit .,7,7-' :,..,,...!;!:.,,.;:::,,f,:,:.1;:,,:,:.:-,.,,,.:.4.......:,..-:!..::::',.......:S,:::,:..: :: ::' :!;:. :- 7 -,. ,. , . ...., . . , , . , .,..... .. 1 The constructioti of office buildings in Boston in the past. six months has been unprecedented, say well-informed real estate men. , Especially has this been true in wards 6 and 7, where present ,buildings are in 'course of erection which have , a total value of many millions of dollars. This does not include the building, work on which will be started in a few Weeks, to be erected on Congress, State, Kilby, Washington and other streets in this immediate vicinity. ' The latest of the many office buildings in the city, the final details of which have just been completed, Is the handsome structure to adorn the corner of Congress st and Exchange pl, and running to the passagewayeon Congress et, adjacent to the Shawmut national bank bbildIng, , The bullding will stand on three large estates, cover about 13,000 square feet of land, and will be known as the State Mutual building, being erected by the Ccngress-st associates. of which W. H. Aspinwall Et. S. Codman and A. II. Bullock are trustees. Included in the site is the neat Estate Exchange. which has rooms at 7 Exchange pl, and it, will be obliged - to move to temporary quarters elsewhere. ZIONIST'S WqRKi Jacob' Be Haas Explains the Movement. - - Hnnorary Secretary of Federation in the United States. Bishop. Usher of Dedham One of the Speakers. The Zionists of this city yeeterday held three well-attended ineetings and had as their guest Jacob de Haas, formerly honorary secretary of the federation of Zionists of London, -who now' hold's a like position in the American federation of this country. Mr de Haab is one of the original 12 men who organized the movement. ' ! , The morning meeting was held under the aespices of the Maccabeeans at Minot hail. Mr de Haas spoke of the work as ,done in London and how the movement had gained the respect of the European nations., 'He stated that he was the first missionary in the history of the Jewish people-. whose purpose is not to cOnvert his Christian brethren. but to convert his coreligionists to Zionism. He said that the movement was making the Jewish people better In spirit and was giving them something to hope for. The orthodox Hebrews, he said. are not le a majority ire the movement. as is the general belief. It Is controled by young men. a majority of whom are in professional occupations. anti men who tnouget little of Jewish matters before the movement was started. - In speaking of the Magnitude of prejudice existing in Europe against the Jewish people Mr de Haas said that not 1 percent of the 1000 Hebrew physielans who tied secured theit diplomas in Germany were allowed to practice there.1 Not being allowed to follow their chosen profession. they had taken to journalism. After securing their diplomas manl, of them'leave the country te carry out their wish to practice. - 1 It Is nearly Impossible. ho said, to 1 overcome this prejudice, and therefore he asked that the Jetvish people stand shoulder to shoulder, form a nation and gain the reseect of all people. , The meeting in the evening was held at 1 the temple (Mabel Shalom, Union-pit st. Samuel Margolis, president of the Zionist council of greater Boston. presided. The edifice was crowded. In his address Mr de Haas spoke at length of the history of Paleatine and the early history j of the Jewish people. - 1 Bishop B. Usher of Dedham also spoke. He said the kinship of humanity has taught a great lesson. He cited a number of cases in this regard. He himself some years ago gave his pulpit to a rabbi while he occupied the raohi's put-pit in return. , To his way of thinking. Zionism is the !religious salt that is necessary to keep Judaism from the impurity and decay that comes from neglect and indifference. It is the Jews' stimulant to religlolls fervor and a due appreciation of the value of his heritage. "the Zionists are practical; they are sure of their ground; they p,ropose to help the oppressed to freedom. Duriag the afternoon a meeting was held under the auspices of the Sons and Daughters of Zion at Baldwin-pl hall; where Mr do Haas also spoke and received a flattering reception. At the meeting of the Maccabeeane these delegates to the executive council were elected: 1. 'ferret, Joseph L. liergman and L. Mazur for one year, and Councilman Edward t3romberg, L. Lyons and S. A. Isaacson for six months. Addrefe-$1 ivere else made py S. Margolle the Movement. , f. the United States. -r, - - - - - - the Speakers. - 1902. 4 , '4 ' STATE MUTUAL BUILDING. The purchase 01 this property by the syndicate named, was one of the most Important real estate , transactions closed in this section of the city for a number of months, and the amount in. volved will figure, with the new build-above $2,000,000. The plans for the structure are by Andrews...Jacques & ktantoul, 1 Somerset st,t and show aInagnifleent The building will be ten stories high, and constructed on what is known as the Steel skeleton system, with the first floor flush with the sidewalk, thus making each of the ten stories more than 'usually high-studded. The outside construction will be, for the first two stories, of limestone, the rest of light-colored brick, with lime- stone trimmings, and handsomely modelled limestone cornices. The principal entrance will be on Congress et, although there will be another large entrance on Exchange pl. There will be four elevators on the Congress-St side, with staircase- running to the roof, and the same arrangement will be on the Exchange-pl entrance, with the exception that there will be only two elevators on this side. , By means of these staircases, which 'will extend to the roof, two separate Means of communication, with the entire Itelilding, are obtained. There will be 300, offices, averaging about 15 by 21 feet, and, each oflice will have a vault, t M. S.eLourie, president of the .young Hebrew assseiatiom Myor field.ana William Blatt. - - - TRIED TO DROWN HERSELF. Mrs Elizabeth Clarke, Poor and Despondent, Wanted to Die, but was ,Rescued. NEW 'YORK, -Tune 15Because her family life was unhappy, Mrs Elizabeth Clarke, aged 41, whd lives with her husband and four children at 313 East 26th St wanted to comrhlt suicide this afternoon by Jumping Into the Oast river from the pier at the foot of East 2iith st. The woman tried to persuade her 9- year-old son William to Jump with her, and ' that fact probably saved their lives., for his screams brought policeman Moral. He eaught the woman as she as standing on the string-piece preparing to jump. After Mrs Clarke had been arrested and placed In the Bellevue prison ward to be treated for hysteria, the boy told Asst Supt Rickard that his mother had told him she intended to die, and begged him to die with her. But he said he did not want to die. and cried for help. Mrs Clarke told the Bellestue people that the was the mother of 13 children, nine of whom are dead. Her husband William is a baker . she said. She itaid - STATE MUTUAL BM ;G. - PRICES OF REAL .ESTATE TRUST STOCKS. The monthly circular of Burroughs have advanced: Delta Building Trust 2, & De Blois is, interesting in view of Hotel Somerset Bonds Ph. PostotlIce the fact that there has been trading in Square Trust 1, Western Real Estate large blocks of several of the real es- Trust 1. The following have declined: tate trust stocks. notably In the Board Boston Real Estate Trust 1. Municipal of Trade Building stock. Hotel Somer.- Real Estate Trust 1. Pembsrton Build-set bonds and Factory Buildings trust . - - South Terminal Trust Tremont ing Trust 1. Real Estate rights Associates 1. 0 Building Trust I .During the month the following stoCks The circular follows; , . ' Mortgages Capital stock Dividends tor , ' - - Outstanding Outstanding Par past year Bid Albany : trust - ...... 300,0u0 $I,1410.000 WO 1 2 " 898 Barristers' hall trust. , .. . .. None 850,000 100 Beacon chamtwrs trust 'it'll,. ,' None 25o,000 100 , 2 ... lit.scou chambers trust coat.... None 1230810 - 10 Itedforl---teust None 470,000 100 2 2 - ... Itsrkeley betel truSt 4. 400,000 475,000 100 lioard of trade building trust.. None 1.650,000 100 4 rates - 105 Boston ground rent trust . None 2,83$.000 1,0410 1 t.. Boston real esta te trust , - None 7.000,000 ', 1,000 214 21) Bromfield building trust.. -1. 275,000 350.500 100 214 214 106 Bromfield building trust refit,. 218,900 100 4 rate 105 BONI LIONS real estate - trust..." 050,000 , 1.1ti0,04o 3(s) 814 rate 100 Central building trust.... Nme 425,000 100 2 2 108 City - associates None 7Z0,000 500 214 214 0110 Congresto street trust. 350.0tet 425,000 100 4 rate, Conetitution wharf trust y 400.000 400,000 100 214 214 Copley square trust .. . None 2,000.000 100 4 rate Delta .butiding Oust.... 150.00 2410,000 ,100 2 2 102 Devonshire building trust..... 400,000 540,04si 100 2 2 Dwelling bestow aiteociates . 104,000 700.000 1,0Q 1 1 .. Essex, street trust - None 500,000 100 119 1144 t Factory buildings trust 300,000 250.000 100 2 2 Fifty , None ' 1,00t; shares 120 5.000 llaymarket trust .... 18(10000 4254J.004) 100 2 2 Hotel Bellevue truet ' None 130,000 100 Hotel Somerset trust bonds 650.000 1,000 2 2 1,030 Hotel Somerset trust 'stock 600,000 100 214 105 lIotl trust (Tottrainel... 1,400A04 1,436,2tiO 100 214 214 121 liuttlington chtimbers trust None 6110,000 100 tat Journal building trust None 935.000 ltot 4 rate Lenox street buildings t ntst rialto 141.1100 100 214 11 Merehants real estate trust.;;,,', '75,00C 350.n00 1,000 4 rate 1,000 Metropolitan associates yid.. 1 446,000 100 214 214 , - 294.000 Metropolitan associate totn. , 142.000 100 Municipal real estate trust..... 265.50(1 1.507.500 110 2 2 104 Old South building tru,st ptd. None 1,500,000 100 4 rot Paddock trust .. . . None, 1,1040,000 100 2 2s Peminrton building t mist None 750.040 100 1 2 Postolliee square trust , Nona Sitatioo 100 4 rate Play buildings trust. . .. 800.04ou - 7i0,01t0 ' 100 2 2 Rent Pet Atli 1110SOCilt to. 179,04 PO ',MIAOW) , 100 2 2 Scollay building trust 425,000 525.000 3it0 2 2 Sintmenot building trust None 2.000,000 100 314 ruts South etreet trust None 1 ,to tat s tO 100 2 2 108 South terminal trust Nowt 1.000.0tiO - 100 4 rate State stmet exehange.. 2.358 0400 8500,000 100 214 214 132 Suffolk real entate trust - 424,000 1,0140.4100 1,101111 2 2 1,010 Summer strNtt ttust Goaltutt' 840,000 lis) 2.141 211 110 Teehnology chambers trnot e None $2n,010 100 4 rate' 102 Terminal. hotel ti not jitfi Nom. r40).ono 144) 2 2 Terminal hotel trust torn Ninte 850,nen 100 214 2tit Tremont building trust,. ..... 1,200,000 , 1,500.000 100 V.; 21,4 1:13 rimountain trust ' None 610.000 100 8 rate .Y-t NVeateru rtal entate trust 52,000 1,;13.800 100 2 2 Winter street trust 400.0100 480,000 1 Winthrop building trust....., 000,000 445,000 1.000 114 2 ... , During et! struction. " Nettete4ccrued Interest to be added to above prices dividend. except where marked!. tenertieht. 11mt hv rerrenchs Derlolo.) STRUCTURE. , 4 coat closet end the latest plumbing. No pains or expense will be spared to make the State Mutual building superior to any office building in Boston. the expenditure of money being much larger than in any other building of its size and character in the City.. , The corridors throughout will bave marble floors and marble wainscoting. while the first story corridor will be of marble to the ceiling. The staircase will be Of monumental carved marble.. The elevator grills are to be of bronte. Everything about the plumbing and heating will be of the very latest kind. and an important feature will be that the structure will have a complete isolated plant of its own for heating. elevator and electric lighting service. In connection with the heating an innovatiop has been made, whereby the building will he heated in a most original way for an office buildingindirect radiationeach office baying a ventilating dpct, thus forming what !e known as the regular hospital system. Another important fact connected with the State Mutual building will be that .no structure of its size devoted to mercantile men will have such a large amount of marble as this one. It is the intention of the trustees to begin building .operations about July L Chas. W. ktestarick. she had no money, and had had a hard time to get enough for herself and children to eat. - ANOTHER HERO BURIED. - Hamlet Jarvis Jr of Baltimore was Murdered at Balignag. BALTIMORE, June 15The remains of Hamlet Jarvis Jr, formerly a member of the 35th volunteer Infantry in the Philippines, who was murdered two years ago by Insurgents, were buried here today. , In October, 1900, Jarvis was one tlf several Americans soldiers who left Balignag as an escort to Jose Buencamio, presidente of San Miguel de Mayumo. The whole party was captured, taken into a. swamp and assassinated with daggers. Subsequently two of the insurgent murderers, Timoteo Dhalan and Menuel Gonzales, were executed for the crime, but they refused to tell where the bodies were hidden. Dr HarniA Jarvis, the father of young Jarvis, undertook a search for the body of this son, employing scouts and spending a great deal of money to that end. A few months ago he succeeded in finding hl, eons skeleton in a swamp, and It was brought here for interment. The remains were buried with military honors by Co A, bth Maryland regiment, of which young Jarvis was a member during the war .with Spain. Hotel Somerset Bonds 114, PostotlIce Square Trust 1, Western Real Estate Trust 1. The following have declined: Boston Real Estate Trust 1. Municipal Real Estate Trust 1. Pemberton Building Trust 1, Real Estate Associates 1. South Terminal Trust 1, Tremont Building Trust I. ' , t , The circular f011ows; , , ' ' Yielding Last sale iwt ItioA, 8.74 104 , 11)8 75 , 103 8.88 100 6.. 106 8.67 ' 025 8.78 1,420 8.17 107 4.20 ' 105 3.bo Itio 109 8. 14 575 8.91 10114 3.94 11341 SAW 100 . 104 3.4i 106 8.7 910 a.io 100 116 8.44 ,5.175I 2.32 102 3.92 101 1,03014 8.87 107 4.87 122 COO 100 lot 8.96 101 8.99 1.000 104 41:iit S - 100 104 105 8.040 101 3.110 103 a 8.040 101 8.100 1001,4 8.73 - 100 jot. 11.001 14 4.01 100 IOM 111 Mn 14001i 3,75 137 3.2$ 1,070 1,0s0 810 110 112 4.101 102 103 11.144 107 4.12 05 8.201 133 140, 3.21 b. 1021i 102 8.102 00 1.104 800 4.44 It rata of last 4 HANNA SHY. Reciprocity Fight of No Concern to Him. President Roosevelt Trying to- - Secure Active Supports Ohio Man Not DiposOd to Grant Request. Selection of Panama Route His Main Object at Present. Hostility to Gen Wood Also an Influence Toward Silence. - WASHINGTON'. June 15President Roosevelt took breakfast with Senator, Hanna yeaterday at the latter's houtie and all Washington has been wondering why. There was the unualofficial explanation promptly furnished. Me 4.' Hanna was about to leave Washington for a few days to attend the wedding of his daugther in Cleveland and so the President breakfasted with him tilerlar to show his friendship. "And what did the President and Mr Ilantia talk about during breakfast?" , 036 me one was bold enough to ask. - '0, they'talked about ping pong' and A , the weather." was the bland reply. Now the fact is. President Itoovevelt took breakfast with Mr Hanna because there was an important matter 'to be discussed and back of that Is an inter- eating story and shows how inextricably ' inwoven are the threads in Washington bolittcal life and how small a. thing some times sets into the loom of fate and - snaps the thread. The President. knowing Mr Hanna's ' great influence in the senate, wants him to take a more active interest in the Cuban reciprocity fight and ce,rry through the administration program. Mr Hanna is one of the most influen- tie.' men in the penate. He ban a way of doing things and making his India-. ence felt. Ile is for Cuban reciprocity, but not enthusiastically enough to take, . of his coat and go to work. Hanna's Interest In Panama. , He is keeping himself in the back,.,.. ground. because, in the first place, , has a fight of his own on hit:hands. Mr Hanna Is the stanch advocate of the , Panama canal route, just as Mr Morgan ' is the leader of the Nicaragua route. Mr . Hanna must now either win. or else - suffer- a certain lone of prestige by de-- feat. He ix not going to be deleatel If , he cal help himself. Curiously enough ethe leader of the beet senator's. Elkins of W.eat VW- - . ginia, is an avowed Nicaragua canal , .-! advocate.. If Mr Hanna will keep bin hands off Cuban reciprocity, Mr Liking may not be so Insistent about hating the Nicaragua route selected. Mr Hanna will not make any terms.. As already stated he believes in roesprocity and will vote for it. but he ix not so impolitic as to go out of his wity ,, 4 to place obstacles In the path of Panama.- The democrats in the senate who are, an important factor in the settlement of the reciprocity legislation, are equal. . ly as important In the selection of the - ,- canal route. , Many democrats believe that Panama - hi really the better route, but inasmuch as Nicaragua would be more advan, tageous to the southern taten, and cause their constituent's. COWing to the long continued saltation In favor of Nicaragua, havelndormed the Nicaragua route. they feel compelled to vote for , Nicaragua. - Some of these men may , be induced at the laSt moment to vote for ranarna. The vote, it Is believed. will be very- -- close, so clone that although the vote ix b only four days off, neither Mr Hanna. nor Mr Morgan feela confident of vie- ',:, tory, although both claim It. HostIls to Gen Wood. Ent there Is still another reason why-., Mr Hanna is lukewarm about reciprociIf there is anyone whom Mr Hanna, cordially and thoroughly detests it le " Brig Gen Leonard Wood, late military governor of Cuba, and Mr Hanna in as cordial in his hatreds ae In his friend- - ships. Mr Hanna doesn't like Gen Wood because, arming other thinge . he put . his friend Rathbone in jail. Gen Wood tried to prevent Rathbone'n liberation on bail. it was another straw added to the 14 of resentment that Mr lianna carries.' -- - President Not Frightened. , , Before the President sent his message : to congress last Friday, he was warned , -- by some of his best friends, men Inaide - as well as outside the cabinet . not to do It; as he was running ,the risk of di,. ;, .3Ming the party, and if the party was - , divided the blame would be p u t upon his shoulders and might have very die astroun political results. Mr Roosevelt was unehaken In his ', : opinion and his determination to Pend the message to congress, Ile said in.,' subrptance that the remponalbility was not of the peeking, but one be Inherited , , from his predecessor. , When he took the oath of office In , Buffalo last geptember, and announeed that he was determined to carry out the policy of McKinley, the Cuban question was one of the things he found as a legacy. Reciprocity had been promised to Cuba by Pres McKinley, and it was his duty to redeem that pledge. "Realties," the Prealdent added, "all other considerations apart, It is a quelltion of rightit is not one of expediency. A man can afford to be defeLted, but never disgraced." And SO the President brushed asidz the timorous counselors who thou,Tht wag making too much out of a little matter, and boldly defied the insurgent republicans, prepare,d to fare the cones. quences, whatever they might be. -- GAVE AFOOT FOR HIS LIFE. William Rowland Caught In a Rali road Track and Run Down. . DRIDGEPOIIT. Conn. June lilWitb - - his left foot wedged in between the '4 planking and the iron rail. within 100 yards of the station. William Howland waved his hands and shouted and struip, gled early this morning as the glare of a locomotive headlight came closer end closer . but his struggles were in vain. To save. himself from being killed, the young man threw his body sideways,. The bone in the ankle 'mapped and the next minute the wiyela of the heavy Locomotive had Pet him free, but he had lost his foot. lie was taken to the hoe. &dud. CohenPolack. The wedding of Miss Sadie daughter of Mr and Mrs Morris rolacit.! of Revere. and Abraham Cohen took 7!.. place last evening at Minot iail. he 1''' hall was decorated with putted plants uric cut flowers. The ceremony. was -- conducted by Rabbi ilk JI. Shoher. The Maid of 'honor Was Atlas Atinnio (Irin',aver and the best man Joseph Aschve. The brta party was preceded into the hall t)y two little, flower girl's, Ruth Aarons and Essie. 'rho brides.' maids were Miss Itoso tirishaver and Mims - Bertha Cohen, sister of the groom. The bride wore white silk crepe do china over whit. taffeta, cut en train. and trimmed with duchesse Inca and chiffon.. Iler tulle veil was held in Waco by a wreath of orange Mussolini , and alio. - carried a shower bouquet. 'rho ushers ' were Samuel Axe her t Samuel Peyiger. Philip Bernstein, Al. Ira urimhaver. josEepil Polack and I. Jacobi', The EN rennin), was followed by a !tam). lion to Air and Mrs Cohen., after whieh th wedding &upper wus enjoyed by the 20 guest.. After an extended wedding tour to New York. Mr s-nd Mrs Cohen will reside in Revere. 7 , 11 0 .1 4 L4

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