The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 2, 1913 · 14
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0 14 THU r'rTD';. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1913. r i H f d n 1 AMUSEMENTS BEACH TODAY And All This Week I : AFTERNOON and EVENING High Diving Sim LINE VIA TROLLEY and BOAT $2.25 Stateroom $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 Steel Steamships GEORGIA AND TENNESSEE - Daily Including Sunday Improved Service Telephone Main 1741 Ticket Office. 214 Washington St. Boston WRITE FOR SIMMER FOLDER dSutf Jy I BASEBALL TODAY at 3 OCLOCK RED SOX vs. NEW YORK Fenway Park Tickets N'ow on Sale at WRIGHT A DITSON'S. 344 Washington St. the FISHING GROUNDS STEAMER KING PHILIP CAJT. E. W. DIXON Leave Commercial Wharf Daily and Sunday at 10 OCiock. Ret urn a b:so OClock. Line. Balt Md Chowder Free. Fare $1.00. dSutf lull SEA BREEZES . Bostonii Best Harnrr T?'P SHORE PINNERS. Rand Concert. Etc. The Machigonne and Gen. Lincoln leave Olio lliiarf 0:30 and 11 A. M.a 12:30. 2:20, 3:30, 5:10. 6:13 and 8 F. 1. Lat boat return 9:45. Tel. Ft. Hill 4.VI9. lXU t M l til SEASON'S FINEST TRIP ; Steamer From Rowes Wharf 10 A. i. Daily MUSIC . dSutf b2 GLOUCESTER & NORTH SHORE etl fiteamera Cape Ann end Lily f Gloucester leave North Side Central Wharf, foot of State 6k Elevated airs, Boston, weather right. Week Days 10 A. M 2 P. 51.; leavs Gloucester 1:1$ P. M.. Sundays and Holidays leave Boston at 10:11 A. M.; leavs Gloucester at 1:1$ P. M 50c each way. E a MPPOTfAVT Vrr R A a 5 C fv, dSutf lets HEW YORK $2.25 By Trolley and Boat Via Providence PotoffW Square (Daily & Sundae) 2.45 P M. Lat trip thi season Sept 7. 'Ticket Bar State Street Bailvay Co, 309 Washington St. 6t el Follow BLUE 'OpC BltfiyDAJl u .N0BUMBE6A 6t si 1 OPROVIHCETOWH AND RETURN SAME OAT The Big Wireless Equipped Iron Steamship, DOROTHY' BRADFORD. leaving Wharf,400 Atlantic av daily 9 A. M. Sundays & holidays 9:35 A. M. Tel. Main 1578. JABEZ S. DTER. Mer Cast IMMlis tail Unit Trip $1 tf sl TREMONT TEMPLE wj00 Supreme Achievement la Motion Photography LES MISERABLES A THRILLING 4-ACT PHOTO-DRAMA Popular Price 23c. 35c and 50c :S20FSHING BANKS ,r I Fast, wireless Equipped Str. , I f ' - - - uiyynj o II, Gfllli PnZ0SfTE fE leaves Central .k harf daily and Sun. 10 A. M. Lines, bait and chowder free. Fare $1.00. 1 AUTO KILLS LOWELL BOY. Robert Heald Jumps Off Rear of Truck and in Front of Car, Being ' Struck by the Mud Guard. Lowell, riept 2 Robert Heald. aged 13, oon of Mrs Frank Heald of Chelmsford Centre, was struck and almost instantly killed by an automobile owned '$nd operated by C. G. Armstrong of 'Chelmsford Centre this forenoon about II oclock. The little fellow, in company with an older brother, was riding on the rear -of a large lumber truck that was pass- ' h Ing his home and just when the auto belonging to Armstrong was passing ' di the lad jumped almost directly in front of it. He was struck by one of the mud guards and the blow rendered him unconscious. He died a short time after. EXPENSIVE AUTOMOBILING. Newton Man Pays $50 for Damages Caused by Collision, and Then Pays $60 Fine in Court. NEWTON, Sept 2 In court today -John E. Smith of Sumner st, Newton Center, charged with operating an - automobile while under the influence of liquor, was fined $G0. According to Mr Smith's story he was leaving his Newton. Center home for hi Summer home in Boylston. and ' when driving along Commonwealth av came into collision with a large tour ing car owned by G. F. Mongey of 34 Trident av, YVinthrop, breaking the tool chest and bending the mud guard. Mr Smith settled with the owner of the machine, paying $J0, and was about to leave when patrolman Tibbetts ar-- Hved and placed him under arrest, lie f admitted that he had taken a drink : before leaving his home, but denied that he was under the Influence of Jaguar. . .... AMUSEMENTS 4jr 11 II GEORGIA Its blossom time all right with the II Georgia Peaches doing the most sensational singing, dnoing and acrobatic stunts that ever c.nie in. To see the act Is the treat of a lifetime. Get their whirlwind of delight. Other features add to the good, so be a wise one for once and youll be the happiest man in this burg. Always something doing 1 till 11 at the old Concert Every COL0niAL at 2 Cliss. Frolimandfc Wm. Harris, Lesee&Mgrs INSTANT SUCCESS A BIG BRILLIANT MUSICAL NOVELTY KLAW & ERLANGER Present of LAUGHTER MELODY BEAUTY and THRILLS With MACLYN ARBUCKLE as the Guvenor Majestic WHAT HAPPENED TO IVIARY TONIGHT 8:15 Wed & Sat Mata at 2:13 Best Comedy Drama Since Shore Acres Prices 25c to 1 .50 With OLIVE W MtMv ROST O N Rises at 8 P. M. Sharp. "Down at I0:45P H. Mat. Tomorrow Urst Time at Popular Prices. Best Seat $1 LEW FIELDS ALL STAR CD. HANKY PANKY Bobby North, Harry Cooper, Hugh Cameron, Clay Smith, Christine Nielsen, Myrtle Gilbert, Ho May, Virginia Evans, n.) .Montgomery A Moore (Florence). PARK Prl H. B. EvaS 8:10 Mat. Wed. A Sat. 2:10 Price 1.50, $i. 73c, 50c, 25c. WARNER THE GHOST BREAKER In the Play of I.angh Thrill and Komnnre rctlo Cn Daily at 2:10 and 8:10 4-dMie 31J. Tel. Tremont 5 MR. JOHN CRAIG ANNOUNCES London Assurance Prices 13c, 25c. 50c, 75c. Down-Town Ticket Otlice 15 W inter St NEXT WEEK "I nrier Two Hag." 6t n1 LOEWS ST. JAMES THEATRE Continuous Vaudeville. 1 to 11 p m KENNY & HOLLIS Man.? Other Feature Coming Thursday Erins 11 Prices 10c, 15c, 25c. St 8l GLOBE FEATURES Vaudeville 10 A. M. 10:40 P. M 10-15-25 All Vaudeville 1:50-4:30 T:50-10:30 OVERSPEEDING CHARGED. Case of Mason, Driver of Auto in an Accident at Gloucester, Is Con tinued to Sept 10. GLOUCKSTER, Sept 2 John B. Mason, chauffeur of the auto owned by A. G. Leonard that figured in the accident here yesterday in which patrolman Walter V. White and Joseph N. Hadley were injured was in District Court this morning charged with overspeeding. His case was continued until Sept 10. At the hospital patrolman White' condition is reported as Improving. SCHOOLS OF NORWOOD. New Balch Building to Open Tomorrow Assignment of 12 New Teachers in Various Districts. NORWOOD, Sept 2 The public schools of Norwood open next, Wednesday for the Fall term. This date is earlier than usual in this town. The work on the new Balch School Building has proceeded so far that the building is now plastered. It Is the most modern of any of the buildings. There are 12 recitation rooms, each of which will accommodate 42 pupils. There is a smaller additional recitation room, a library, a nurses room, principals office and teachers' room. The new building will be completed this Fall, and will lelieve the congestion of other schools. Twelve new teachers are to begin work here. In the High School Miss Helen E. Colby, a graduate of Smith College, will have charge of the work in history and English, In place of Miss Sarah S. Cummings. Miss Colby had taught in Cohasset and her home is in South Boston. At the Everett School Miss Wilda I. Vose, a graduate of the Castine, Me, Normal School, will be in charge of a room to be made up of pupils in the eighth and ninth grade. Miss Vose will have 20 pupils from the eighth grade and 15 from the ninth grade, chosen for their excellence in scholarship. At the Guild School Miss Lucy H. Brooks, a graduate of the Worcester Normal School, will have charge of a room to be made up of pupils from grades one and two. Miss Brooks and Miss Vose both have hd experience in the schools of Lunenburg. Miss Brooks home is In Ashby. At the Shattuck School, Miss Mabelle A. Douglas, a graduate of the Plymouth, N H. Normal School, will teach the fifth grade. Her home is In Wolf-boro. X H. Miss Anne G. Adams of Fairfield Center, Me. will teach the third giade. Miss Adams is a graduate of the Farmington, Me, Normal School. Miss Bertha M. Richardson of Littleton, N H. a graduate of the Plymouth, N H, Normal School of the class of 1912. will teach a room to be made up of first and second-grade pupils. At the Winslow School. Miss Anastasia M. Kelly of Hopkinton, Mass, will teach the seventh grade. She Is a graduate of the Framingham Normal School. Miss Ina M. Balch, a graduate of the Johnson, Vt, Normal School, will teach the sixth grade. Miss Balch has been teaching In a private school at Knoxville, I1L Miss Martha S. Steele, a graduate of the Farmington, Me, Normal School, will teach the third grade. Miss Rosa M. Bowker will teach the first grade. Miss Bowker is a graduate of Miss Wheelock's Kindergarten Training School. Miss Agnes M. Adams, who will teach the second grade at the East School, comes from Halifax, Mass. Mr Roland V. Fltzroy, instructor in manual arts, is a graduate of the Fitchburg Normal School. On Sept 22 n evening school will be opened at the High School building. AMUSEMENTS Yemen GIRLS FMRfl IIOVLASOT - KICK UP TBE DUS? If you are at all wine to the beat burleeou show In Boston this week you will hike to the Howard this afternoon and get a line on the Joyland Butdesquera, the cyclonic cluster and the breeziest bunch of babes that ever dusted this war I yen ore Butler. I-anier Ie Wolfe, Cora Meese, Jack Miller, Bobby Barker, Patsy Conroy and others. The Pour McNally are some silky speeders, kid. They'll, make you sit up. BLOSSOMS Sunday Xight. O.F. KEITHS THEATRE The Greatest Rider That Ever Special Engagement! WILLIAM Lived! HAWTREY May Wirth And Hi Company Of English Players in And The Old Nick & Company Great Wirth Family Jesse L. Laskys Three Beautiful Types of American Girl HOWARD RATLIFF. WILLIAMS A WOLFl'S, 8 HEHI IN MADCAPS. VALENTINE VOX. FLO A W Y N NF Tl'SCAXO BROS., PATIIE WEEKLY Twice Dally. 2 and 7:45 Of Australian Eques triennes 6t si THE COOL TREMONT Last a Wcolts TWICE Positiieiy The Most Wonderful Photo-Drama Ever Staged. PRICES 25 AND 50 CENTS tf Si SHUBERT Evenings at 8 Sat. Mat. at 2 The talk of the town. American SAB BERNARD In the Best Musical Show in Boston ALL FOR THE LADIES PLYMOUTH 1HEAIKE Tel. Ox. 2075 Evr. 8:15. Mats. Thur. Sat. at 2:13 The Comedy of the Century MAY . WIDOW BY IRWIN1" PROXY" GAIETY BURLE-QUE, VAUDEVILLE Wish St, near Bovlston DAVE MARION, s.Ncb" fit si UEW'S ORPHEUS CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE I VI C '- BEST FEAiUHU Prices -lO 1025 dSutf JetS Grand Opera House Panama Pansiei Burlesque Ladles daily matinee, any seat 10 cent. WALDRONS C A S I N O Hanover Street Near Tremont Row Big Jubilee Burleaquera fit si REVOLTING STORY TOLD. Lynn Judge Sentences Daniel McDonald and Frank Clements Under White Slave Law. LYNN, Sept 2 For violating the White Slave law in connection with the bringing to Lynn of Mary Coughlin of East Dedham, Daniel McDonald today was sentenced by Judge Lummus to one year in the House of Correction, and Frank Clements was given two months. The woman case was continued until Thursday for disposition. She was charged with night walking and with a statutory offense. She told a revolting story on the witness stand, and claimed to be able to exhibit bruises upon her body which she testified were inflicted by McDonald, who had beaten her, she asserted, when she refused Donald has until Thursday to appeal from the sentence. Clements took the sentence Imposed upon him. to give him money; 11c-til TWO THROWN FROM WAGON. Auto and Team in Collision at Street Corner in Newburyport. NEWBURTPORT, Sept 2 An auto owned and driven by J. C. Langford of Raymond, N H, ran Into a team driven by James Donahue and owned by F. J. Donahue, at the corner of Market and Pleasant sts this noon, making a wreck of the wagon and throwing Donahue and John J. Lucey. who was riding with him, to the ground but not injuring them beyond a general shaking up and a few minor bruises. The windshield of the car was smashed and the lamps were damaged Mr Langford was turning into Pleasant st from Market st while Donahue w-as driving along Tleasant st when the accident .happened. SPORTS AT COHASSET. Good Program Carried Out on Labor Day. COHASSET, Sept 2 The annual Cohasset field day sports took place yesterday in the harbor and on the town common. In the forenoon there was a playout between the Hlngham veteran firemen and the Konohasset Veteran Fire Company of this place. The former won In a tug-of-war contest between the two teams the Konohassets won. An Interesting bail game was also played between the two companies and the Cohassets won. At noon there was a clambake on the beach at the harbor with an attendance of about 500. In the afternoon at 2 field sports were run off on the common. The events and winners were as follows: High Jump, won by Bergen, Mitchell 2d. Martelle 3d. Shot put. won by Lyman, Francis 2d, Bremner Sd. 1-mile race, won by Cutting, Bremner 2d. Martelle3d. 100-yd dash, won by Scott, Mandell 2d, Martelle 3d. 220-yd dash, won by Mandell, Tower 2d. Mealey 3d. Standing Broad Jump Won by Duncan: Brown, second; Martell, third. Running Broad Jump Won by Harding; Gagnabin, second; Martell, third. Pole Vault Won by Turtle; James, second: Berger, third. The relay race was won by the Minot team, comprising Scott, Cutting, Mar-tell and Weldon. In the evening there was a dance in the Town Hall which was largely attended. The committee in charge of the eve.nts for the town were George Jason Jr and Manuel A. Grassier. The Globe LATEST 6:30 O'CLOCI! FALLS 45 FEET WITH HER BABY Down an Airshaft of Dover-St House. Mrs Katz Is Likely to Die Serious Injuries. o( Both on 'City Hospital Dangerous List. Mrs Viola Katz and her 1-year-old baby are at the City Hospital on the dangerous list as a result of a 45-foot fall this morning. Mrs Katz went on the roof of her home, 221 Dover st, with her baby to get some air and she was near the glass air shaft. In some way not known she toppled backward, and the two fell down ' 45 feet through the shaft to the bottom of the well. Neighbors picked them up and the police were notified. An ambulance was summoned and they were taken to the City Hospital. It was found that the woman was dangerously injured, sustaining the shock of the fall, thereby protecting the baby. But both their names are on the dangerous list and it is said the woman would die. HEAT AND HUMIDITY HIGH. Light Southwest Breeze Made This Something Like a "Dog Day in Weather. Today smacked somewhat of a "dog day, with a light six to eight-knot southwesterly to westerly breeze. The temperature was moderately high for the season, being 8 or 9 degrees above the normal average, reaching in the mfdforenoon hours 82. The humidity also was somewhat high, 82 percent, which was 10 above the normal average here. At noon District Forecaster Smith looked for more or less rain hereabouts late tonight. At 8am the official temperature record showed at Eastport, Me; Burlington, Vt, and Hartford 64, Greenville, Me, on Moosehead Lake, 60; Portland 62, Concord, N H, 66; Northfleld, Vt, 56; Block Island and Nantucket 68. Swift Current, British Northwest, is the first point to report freezing weather since the Summer began, the mercury at 8 a m recording 32, exactly on the freezing mark. GARDEN PARTY AND REUNION The 13th Annual Affair by St Johns Church, Hopkinton. HOPKINTON, Sept 2 The 13th annual garden party and parish reunion of St Johns Church was held yesterday. The beautiful grounds in the rear parochial of the parochial residence were open from noon until a late hour last evening. The tables and booths were all gaily decorated and the excellent electric lighting system practically turned night into day. The ball game between the High School and West End A. C. nines was won by the latter team by a score of 7-2. The batteries were: High School, Kennedy abd Carr; West End, Toner and SuVer. The home run of Erisman was the chief feature. Following the game the following races were run off: Hundred-yard dash for boys, won by George Mansfield of Framingham. William Deneen of this town, second; 100-yard dash for girls, won by Mary Carr; Katherine Sullivan, second; bo-yard handicap for amsfeurs, won by William Deneen, with Patrick Oates, second; three-legged race, won by the team made up of Wiiliam M& Bride and Nathaniel Sweet; 100-yard handicap for local runners, won by Patrick Oates. Edward Carr, second, and Raymond Kennedy, third. At 9 oclock the big event was the 100-yard race, under electric light, won by F. Grav of Milford, McGovern, second, and Oates, third. Dancing was enjoyed by many from early afternoon until 10 oclock. Congressman Mitchell, who was scheduled to speak at 7 oclock in the evening was obliged to cancel his engagement at the last moment. The following committees were in charge: Dancing, Daniel McDonough. John Jlc-Coll. Donald Macmillan, Joseph McCarthy; tickets and police. Joseph Cos ove. Michael McBride, Michael Dana-Cornelius Curran; sports, Matthew Conlon, Edward Condon, A. J. Cosgrove, William McCormack, Adam Meison, Waldo Smith, John Moran, John P. Conway; Holy Name table, in charge of Mrs Jeremiah Erisman: Ice cretim table, in charge of Mrs Michael McEnelly: sodality table, in charge of Miss Katherine Crowe: supper table, in charge of Mrs John McGowan. DEATHS. BARNES In Cambridge, Helen C. Barnes. Funeral from her late residence. I Hancock pl. Tuesday. Sept 2, at 3 p m. Private. BARRY In Danvers, Ang 81, Emma B. Barry, wife of John R. Barry, 84 yrs, 1 u-neral from his late residence, 168 Garfield av. Revere, Wednesday, Sept 3, at 8:80 a m. Requiem mass at the Lady of Our Lord Church at 9 oclock. Relatives and friends Invited. BRITTON In this city. Sept 1, Edward P.. husband of Elizabeth Britton, 43 yra. Fu-ueral from bis late resldeuce. 3 Bond at, Thursday, Sept 4, at 8:30. Funeral mass at the cathedral at 9 O'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited. Interment at Lowell. CLARK In Dorchester, Ang 81. Anna Ward Clark, daughter of John C. and Anna A. Clark." FnneraA from the residence of her parents. 673 Dun 9am rent. 673 Duflley at. Tuesday, Sept 2, at a m. Solemn high maaa of requiem at St Pauls Church. Woodland Park at. at 10 oclock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. CONNOLl.Y In Charlestown. Sept 1, Helen, . Infant child of Valentine and Mary Connolly (e O' Mailer). 9 mos 12 da. Funeral from parents' residence. 26 Chapman st, Tuesday, Sept 2. at 2 o'clock. Relative and friend are respeetfullv invited to be present. CRAFFEY In Roxbury, Sept 1. Bridget Craf-fe.v. turn rul from the residence of her brother. John F. Craffcv. 101 Highland at, Wednesday, Sept 8, at 8 a m. High maaa of requiem at All Saints' Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends kindly Invited to attend. CROWELL In 1 Dorchester Lower Mill. Ang 81, Stephen W. Crowell, 81 yrs 2 mot 20 ds. Funeral services from bis son's residence. 1197 Morton st. Dorchester Lower Mill, Tuesday, Sept 2. at 1 p m. DALEY-Tn Waltham, Ang 81. Martha J. Daley. Funeral will be held from late residence, 120 School st, Wednesday morning. Sept 8, at 8:15. High mass of requiem at St Mary's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. DENNISON In Dedham, Sept 1, John A. Dennis m, suddenly. Funeral from the residence of hi son, Thomas Dennison, Wednesday, 8ept 8, at 7:45 a m. High mass of requiem at St Mary's Church at 9. Interment at Mt Benedict Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. DEXTER Sarah Elizabeth, widow of the ate George A. Dexter of Rrookllne. Funeral services from Sears chapel, Colchester I'ingwood. Tuesday. Sept 2, st 2 p Relatives and friends Invited to attend without further notice. DIGXAN In Cambridge. Ang 8o. Luke, beloved buband of Catherine Dlgnao ,nee Shine) Relatives and friends kindle invited to attend funeral from bis late home, 457 I ranltlin st. Wednesday, Sept 8, at 8 a u Requiem high maaa at the Blessed Sacrament Church at 9 oclock. , DCNDON In East Boston. Aug 80, Grsee, beloved daughter of Michael and Mary Dundon. Funeral from the residence of tii parents 181 Princeton at, Wednee-lay at 8 a m. Rel quiem high mesa at the Church of tha Sacred Heart at 0 a m. FIELJ In Somerville, Ang 81, Jane Field widow of Joseph Field. 73 yrs. Funeral services at her late resldeuce, 80 Bartlett st Bomervllle, Tuesday, Sept 2, at 7 o'clock p m. Relatives and frleDds invited. Interment at Sberborn, Mats. GLEASON In Milton. Bept 1, John, beloved husband of Hannah Gleason, 73 yrs. Funeral from bis late residence. 36 Pleasant at. Wednesday, Sept 8. at 8 a m. High mass of ret quiem at St Gregorva Church at 9 o'clock. BoiaUvao and frlsnda Invited to attend. i DEATHS. GI.ENT0.V-In Est Cambridge, An$ 80, Wiliam O.. beloved on of Thoma H. and Eliaa beth Glendon (nee Biiri,!. 17 3 da. Rela tlve and friends kindly Invited to attend funeral from hi late borne. 6t Gore at. Tue-day. Sept 2. at 8 o m. Requiem high maaa at the 8arfed Heart Chorea at 9 o clock. Burial at Malden. GREENE In Jamaica Flaln. Sept 1. Joaepn C., beloved son of ElUnbeth (nee Dowling) and the late John J. Greene, f uncral from the residence of bis brother. Wm. 20 Anaon at. Wedneaday. bept 8. at 8:15 am High maaa of requiem at St Thoma Churob, South at at 9 m. JleltiTea and frienaa Invited to attend. GCBTON tn thi city, Ang 81. William. of Catherine and the late William Girton. 47 yra. Funeral at the undertaking room of John J. Connolly, 1409 Washington at. Wednesday, Sept 3, at 8:80. Funeral mass at the cathedral at 9 oclock. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited. Late member of Bartenders Union, Local 77. HAIJLESSY In Somerville, Ang 81. Michael, beloved hnaband of Mary Hallessy (nee ta-reyi. Funeral from bis late residence, 102 Line at, off Cambridge at, Wednesday. 8ept 3, at 8 a m prompt. High mass of requiem at 8t Josephs Church, Cnion aq, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly Invited. Quebec. Montreal, Can, and Bt Louis papers please copy. JENNINGS In Roxbury, Sept 1, Malaehl J., beloved husband of Margaret Jenninge. Funeral from bis late residence. 23 Magazine at. Wednesday, Sept 8. at 8:80 a m. Requiem high mass at St Patricks Church, Dudley at. at 9 a m. Relatives and friends Invited. MCCARTHY By accident, Ang 31. Dennis, beloved son of Dennis and Ellen McCarthy, nee Scully. 10 yr. Funeral from residence, 109 Mnreeila at, Wednesday, Sept 8, at 8 a m. Services at 811 Saint Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. McKINNON In Jamaica Plain, Sept 1 Margaret A., beloved wife of Joseph McKinnon and mother of John T. and Lillie Hardcastle. Funeral from her late residence, 8 Haverford at, Wednesday morning, Sept 3, at 8:30. High mass of requiem at the Church of Our Lady ef Lonrdes at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly Invited. Interment at New Calvary. McNACGHTON Sept 1. William McNanghton. 64 yra 7 ds. Funeral services Wednesday at 2:80 at his late residence, 15 Hsll av, Everett. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment at Glenwood Cemetery, Everett. MURPHY In Roxbury, Sept 1, Catherine A., beloved child of William F. and Margaret Murphy, nee Kelleher. Funeral from residence, 53 Heath st, Tuesday, Sept 2, at 2 p m. Relatives and friends kindly invited. NICHOLSON In this city, Aberdeen district, Aug 81, Mrs Adah M. Nicholson. Services st her late residence, 18 Braemore road, Tuesday, Sept 2. at 9:80 a m. Funeral from the residence of Wm. A. Robinson. 44 Byers st, Springfield, Mass, Tuesday afternoon at 8:30. Interment at Oak Grove Cemetery, Springfield, Mass. NEAL In Charlestown, Sept 1, Alice F. May-nurd, wife of Joseph H. Neal, 50 yrs. Funeral ser-iees will be held at the chapel at Woodlawn Cemetery Wednesday, Sept 3, af 3 p in. Relatives and friends Invited. NILES In Newton Highlands, at 25 Fisher av, Ang 81, Amelia, widow of Snlllvan Niles. Funeral private. PAUL In West Rozbnry, Aug 81, at residence. 29 Arthur st, Charles Thomas Paul, 61 yrs. Funeral services at chapel, Lowell Cemetery. Lowell, Mass, Tuesday, Sept 2, at 2 pm. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Lowell and Haverhill, Maas, papers please copy. PENNYCLTCK In Egypt, Mass, Sept 1. at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs A. A. Hastings, Eliza Frances, widow of the late James Grey Pennyculck. 86 yrs 5 mos 7 ds. High mass of requiem at the Church ef the Immaculate Conception, Harrison av, Boston, Wednesday, Sept 3, at 9 a m. Relativea and friends Invited to attend. REILLY In Brookline. Sept 1, Thomas W, beloved husband of Mabel Jeannette Reilly (nee Stanlake), formerly of the West End. Funeral from his late residence, 147 Brook st, Wednesday, Sept 3. at 8 a m. High mass of requiem at St Mary's of Assumption Church 9 am. Late member of Metropolitan Lodge 10, A. O. U. W. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. TlOSS In SomervlIJe, Aug 80, Jane M.t widow of John J. Ross. FuDeral at her late residence. 25 Linden av. West Somerville, Tuesday, Sept 2, at 2 p m. 8LOAN In Chelsea, Sept 1, MlWraret Sloan, beloved wife of Patrick Sloan, 65 yra. Funeral from her late residence, 9 Poplar st, Wednesday morning at 8 oclock. High mass at St Rose's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited. STACEY In East' Boston. Sept 1, Wilfred H., beloved child of William H. and Mary J. Stacey. Funeral from the residence of his aunt, Mrs Pawlowskl. 448 Bremer st, Wednesday at 2 p m. Burial at Wooillawn Cemetery. Late of Notte View. Edge II 111. Relativea and friends are respectfully invited to attCDd. Liverpool, Eng, papers-please copy. SCLI.IVAN In Somerville. Ang 81, suddenly, Daniel Sullivan, beloved husband of the late Johanna Sullivan (nee Callahan), 75 yr. Fu neral from hla late residence, 67 Joy at. - Wednesday morning at 9 oclock. High mass of requiem at St Joseph's Church at 9-45 oclock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Interment at St Paul's Cemetery. TERRY In Roberta. Maaa, Ang 31, Henry L. Terry, 47 yra. Funeral Tuesday, Sept 2, at 2 pm. THOMAS In Dorchester, Sept 1, Robert H., Moved husband of the late Ellen Thomas. Funeral from bis residence, 12 Bellflower st. Thnrsday. Sept 4. at 8:15 a m. Solemn high mass of requiem at St Margaret's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Brooklyn, N Y. papers please copy. WEST In Wlnthrop. Sept 1. George A., be- M - loved husband of Margaret M. Wpst, 59 yrs. Services from late residence, 123 Buchanan st. Wednesday, Sept 8, at 2 p m. Relatives and friends Invited. WINGATE In Mattapan, Sept 1. William P. Wingate, 40 yrs. Funeral private. New York papers please copy. WRIGHT In Natick. Ang 81. Mrs Kate Wright. Funeral Tuesday. Bept 2, at 2:30 p m at the home of her sister, Mra Water-house, 22 Forest av, Natick. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. flowers delivered anywhere la ' (J . S. at one hour's notice Member Florists Tsltgnpg Deliverer Am ii 3T43 Bromfidd Phone III Ft. Hill AUCTION SALES WATCH THIS COLUMN FOB Special Announcement From LEWIS J. BIRD CO., Auctioneers 32 BROMFIELD ST., Boston We have In preparation magnificent sale. SuT au31 By GIDEON BECK A SON, Auctioneers 41-43 Eliot Street ON WEDNESDAY, Sept S, 1973. at 9-30 a m, at salesroom, furniture and furnishings from Wlnthrop and Allston, china, bric-a-brac bedding, table and bed linen, linoleums, mat ting, ete; also 5 loads of miscellaneous furniture from storage; at 11:80 a m, carpets rugs, art squares, upright pianos. 2t a2 TYPEWRITERS. ETC RENT TYPEWRITERS four MONTHS for $5 aud upwards; faetorv rebuilt typewriters of all makes, from $23 to $75 each. AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY. Inc, 88 Bromfield at; tel IBS Mat tf jeaq ALL MAKES, all prices, renting and reualr-MODEL TYPEW CO. 165 Devonshire ing. st. my20 tf rentals New Victor typewriters with table; special terms for Summer months. VICTOR TUKWRITEB COMPANY, Sh.wmut Bank Bldg. Boston. dSutf 1el4 RELIABLE TYPEWRITERS $15 up; $5 cash balance monthly: rentals $1.50 up; repairs! THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO, 15 State at. Sud7t i.m $5 FOR 3 mos rents a fine typewriter-rental applies oa price; free catalogue. L. j PEABODY, 278 Devonshire st. near Summer 5t s2 MACHINERY AND TOOLS MACHINERY BARGAINS FOB IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 7 Bradley helve hammers. Scranton upright hammer a Farrell shears, presses, shearing presses, roll hammer, lifters, lorgea, am ila, blacksmith tools, bar stock (crucible steel and Norway Iron), thousands of unfinished edge tool and drawknivea: also kettles, ovens and forms for metal. Call, writ or phone A. B. EIIRUCH LE MFU CO, Yalesrlile, dSn7t s2 A CO, care of C. I. YA! Conn. CORD WOOD 8AW AND 8PLITTER for aale cheap. 812 6h st. South Boston. YACHTS, BOATS. ETC MOTOR BOATS, safes and machinery Dron-rly moved. C. BOWEN, 44 Sudbury at. dSutf Jal9 LOST, FOUND, ETC lfOLND Ladys watch; RROPHY. 308 W. 15th st, prove property. New York. LOST In Boston or Providence, on Aug 19 Ang 20. a gold ring set with three diamonds In a row at right angle to ring. Reward for return to MRS W1LLMOBB B. STONE. Xep-tune Psrk. New London. Conn. Smi7t au31 I A) ST on Common last night, a Boston terrier, brindte and white, name aud address on collar; suitable reward. 21 Hancock st. city LEGAL NOTICES MY WIFE, Edith D. Dalford, having left me I will not lie reaponalhle for any bills contracted by her. LAWRENCE A. DALFORD 68 Day at. ttonusvLto. OCEAM'AND COASTWISE fiwnmiiiiiiiiHiiHii(H.iniiimiiinnTninmimTiniiiiiiiiiittiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiuiHiiiiiiiiinHiiiiiiiiHuiiiniiniiimimiiimfiiininimiTiinr The You go aboard shortly before 5 oclock. The rest of the long, summer afternoon you breathe in the salt breezes on deck. As twilight deepens, you glimpse the shores of Cape Cod. Then you find you have a real appetite. You eat a dinner that does ir justice. Finally you turn in for a glorious nights sleep. I , A If you are wise, you will be up early to view the romantic shores of Long; Island Sound. ' You reach New York refreshed, ready for the day. BUSINESS CHANCES SALES MANAGERS Maine, New Hampshire Vermin! ana Masmhesetts M INCraffiUiaft wants capable, sellable patty to t(en office and manage salesmen in tkch of the above States; $500 to $1000 netaessary; you handle your own money; should pay $5000 first year; salary $150 per month; Investigation Invited. Address MANUFACTURER, Suite 1105, 9S Liberty st. New York. BuT au31 Cigar and Variety Store $250 VARIETY, corner store, big window. - - alo fraud sidewalk for fruit, fixtures alone worth 200; we can sell stock and fixtures for $250. aell cigars, school supplies, stationery ,candy j tonic, fancy groceries. HARPF.R, 230 Wash. $1200 RESTAURANT with 12 furnished room always let, smart town with 8000 population. 30 miles south of Boston; if necessary owner will take $00 down. HARPER. $1200 VACUUM carpet cleaner. 2-horae outfit, 2-party sweeiier, new, 2 men with this wagon could earn $25 day; proven. HARPER. PC' ment plant to cleanse cotton mill sweepings, sell few shares stock, money to boy new machinery and enlarge; only plant in this conn- .try: entire output fold for next year. HARPER. $600 GROCERY and variety, old-estab store, 2 owners in 21 years, both have bought real estate from profits of this business; 8 rooms connected. HARPER A CO. 230 Washington st. ROGERS GLOBE BUILDING, 244 WASHINGTON BT. IF YOU want to seU your business quick list it with ROGERS. $250, $100 DOWN, loach room, grand looa-tion, good money maker with right party. ROGERS. ; WET WASH LACNDKY. nearby cltv. $400 weekly business, clearing $60 weekly. ROGERS. $500 Lunch CAKT, doing good bunlne, owner in other line, mut well, tftrmn. ROPERS. $r00 GROCERY, variety and fruit, with room con, rent 17 month, term. ROGERS. 1700 HARDWARE STORK, in Don-beater, will inventory stock and fixtures for $1200, term. ROGERS. HOTEL FOR SALE, very low, on easy terms. Summer and Winter business, automobile trade; flue chance, bustling man and wife; afer 40 yrs management advanced years oblige me to " -t-t i vttc nnruv l-inrrtown, F dSn7t anSO P. SMITH. Propr. M ust Be5old,1 2 Rooms MY WIFE Is laid up and cannot work, so you can get a great bargain, nice family house, near school, good children on street; cash only for I must have money. 99 Appleton st. PARTNER WANTED BEAL ESTATE office, man about 40 yrs old, well-established office, tine opportunity for lira man; $500 cash. Z 313, Globe office. STWTh auSl Real Estate Office FOR SALE, well established and well furnished. always made money; fine location; owner has other bus; price $000; worth $1000; employs 3 men. Z 312, Globe office. STWTli au81 CATE AND HOTEL TWENTY rooms, all lmprovementa, up-to-date place in one of the beat towns in Conn, 30 miles from N Y, doing good business; can be had on trial; good reason for selling. Apply SAVAGE. 252 W. 82d st, NYC. Sodlt an81 SPOT CASH IF YOU WANT full value for your store fixtures, drop card. LEfVIN, 80 Beverly st. SnTTh an SuTTh au31 down, first X" LUNCH ROOM Snap, $100' dan location. F. Box 1414. Boston. BARBER SHOP for aale, established 18 years, steam heat, electric lights, compressed air and massage; owner ha other business which must be attended to, will aell reasonably; come and see at once. E. B. PINK.. 1892 Mas, av. Porter aq. No. Cambridge. Mass. ' sate BARBER SHOP for eale. good opportunity for the right man. as I guarantee the busl-nes. 130 Wlnnisslmmct at. Chelsea. Maas. HOTEL for aale. New York State, city 125,-000 people, located main thoroughfares, 45 rooms, costly furnishings and fittings, improvements. great stand; business now, rooms and bar. $4000 month; stock of liauors on band, $3000, yearly profit $12,000; sickness only reason for selling this place; investigate; trlflers dont; come, write or wire. W. H. CASEY 251 Delaware av. Albany. N Y. WThSuT au27 HOTEL Wanted, to lease. year-round bouse, by experienced hotel man, with option of buying. Address A 166. Globe office. Bu.MTThSu au3i INVENTOR with toy novelty waDta'positlon with novelty office. Globe SU27 LODGING HOLSE. 11 rooms and batn, alee'- manufacturer. X 241,' dSu7t ly inralshed, open plumbing, rooms all full, ill-health cause of selling. $350, easy terms. H Waltham st. city. Sud3t au3I LoDgiNG HOUSE Sell or let, terms of cub. 23 Berwick pk. OWNER, phone 481-Rox. dSu7t au30 as treasurer for four moving picture "flTN , theatres, $25 weekly and 4 profits of all theatres allowed. $4000 required. BOSTON BUSI-xF.SS EXCHANGE. 25S Washington st. NOT 1C E, W Hi ILESALF. U 1 LU NE US A g5J7 live specialty store, to oiis of.tb largest cities in Massachusetts, offers available apace, on commission basis, for a millinery department; If Interested reply to Z 54. Globe office. SU04t aufll m 1-aUTSER wanted In picture theatre, cue that is running and will show good profits MR GREEN. 74 Boylston st. 'room 6. RESTAURANT. 20 year established; owner 70 years old, retiring: little money; an opportunity of the right kind. Apply to J. G. FOSTER. Causeway st, or G. F. CORNING, a? outrai sf. Lynn. 8uTF su.11 TAILOR wanted by first-class coatmaker, steady Job, city or country. J. ANDERSON, care of A. L., 150 Walnut st, Holyoke, Mass. Sud7t anHl TAILOR 6IIOP for sale; sickness; price $75 Co. tt Isabella st. near Castle aq. WANTED Having realized on some real estate, I have from $10,600 to $15,000 in cash hich I want to invest in s restaurant centrally located in the heart of Boston. Address D 133, Globe office. 2t 2 W ANTED A good country grocery store, ply P O Box 102, South Framingham. 8TW au30 td-WGRb A DVT 10c a a ay. Ap- . TSZ1LY ESteTE FRISK, Brockton, Maas; circulation 13.000. t dSutf a$9 OCEAN AMD COASTWISE OUTSIDE Line to Leave North side India Wharf at 6 P. M. week days and Sundays. Due New York 8:30 next morning. Fare $4.00; inside 2-berth staterooms, $1.00; 2-berth outside rooms, $2.00. Electric fans in inside rooms. Tickets and staterooms at India Wharf, at City Ticket Office. 332 Washington St., and all Tourist offices. EASTERN The Unspoiled Every summer sport and pleasure on land and water. Delightful social life that is entirely unconventional. Hotel life that is not too fashionable. A land full of beauty and historic interest. Splendid accommodations at old-fashioned, reasonable prices. YARMOUTH LIME Superb steamships North Star and Prince Arthur leave Central Wharf, Boston, every day except Saturday at 2 P. M. Connecting at Yarmouth for all points in Nova Scotia and Maritime Provinces. Beginning Friday, Aug 29, steamship BOSTON will leave Boston for Yarmouth on Tuesday and Fridays at 12 Noon, in addition to regular service. Ticket at Wharf Office, also Company City Ticket Office. 332 Washington St., and all Tourist Office. Boston & Yarmouth S. c. Co., Ltd. Under management of EASTERN S. S. CORPORATION. BEST-VACATION TRIPS ?sBa.rnwia& the Middle-Atlantic Coast Resort. Tour Inc. Hotels, Shore Excursion, Lowest Rate. By Twin Screw 8. 8. BERMUDIAN, 10.518 ton displacement. Fastest, newest and only Steamer landing passengers at the dock In Bermuda without transfer. Sailing evory five days In connection with R. M. 8. P. CO. Ticket interchangeable. For full Information apply to A. E. OIT-ERBRIDGE A CO.. Agts. Quebec S. S. Co. Ltd., 29 Brdway, N Y; THOMAS COOK & SON. 336 Washington St. Or any Ticket Art. NEW LONDON TO LONG ISLAND Steam-era of the Montauk Steamboat Cos line leave New London for Greenport, Shelter Island and Sag Harbor, week days 10.00 a m, 4:10 p m; leave Bag Harbor, returning 6:00 a m, 12 80 P m. dSutf jy!2 TRANS-OCEANIC LINES CUMAR LIVERPOOL LONDON PARIS Calling at Queenstown From Boston LACONIA Sails Sept. 16,10 A.M. FRANCONIA Sept. 30 LACONIA................. Oct. 14 From ?few Tork CARMANIA, Sept. 6, 10 A.M. MAURETANIA.Sept.10, 1A.M. Doea not coll At Queenstown. NEW YORK MEDITERRANEAN Ulf onto. Sept. 9. Saxon to. Sept. 16. 126 State Street Tel. F. H. 4000 TThStf Jy29 WHITE STAR LINE BOSTON'-AZORES-MEDITERRAXEAN Cretle. Sept 6, noon. Canopic, Sept 20 BOiTOX-Ql'EEX8TOW'-LI EKFOOL ONE -CLASS CABIN (II) SERVICE $52.50 and upward, according to steamer. CYMRIC, Sept 9. Oct 7; ARABIC, Sept 23. Oct 21. Nov 18. LEYLAND LINE BOSTON LIVERPOOL (DIRECT) One-Class Cabin Service (11) $50 Canadian. Sept IS. 8:30 a m. Bohemian. Sept 20, noon. Winlfredlan, Sept 27. Devonian. Oct 4, OFFICE, 84 STATE ST, BOSTON Telephone Main 4930 ALLAN LINE BOSTON TO GLASGOW One Class Cabin Service (Termed Second) Knmldian. ...Sept 5 I Xumidian. . . .Oct 3 Parisian Sept 19 Parisian Oct 17 Rate Glasgow or Derry $45.00 up 3d Class, Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool $30.25 np H. & A. ALLAN, Agents, 90 State Street FOR SALE Groceries, markets. Restaurant ALL KINDS store fixtures, refrigerator. 2d-hand, half-price, at our big factory; small dealers buy of u and sell to yon; buy here and sate money on eaay pavmenre; 28 yra eatab. WHITMAN CO, 10-12 Dorrance at, Sullivan aq. SuTWThP auSl I UNCII counters, atoola, eoff-e urns, ateam tablea. NAT. STORE FIXTURE CO. 32 Portland L 2f sl STEAM and water heaters, radiators, furnace, family and restaurant coal and gas ranges, steam tables, oven, coffee urns, lunch and dairy marble counter, chairs, stools, showcases, etc. ALBEE'S, 63 Hanover st. Bud7t suit SELL 25 hooka, $18, and tools, $3 50, for engineering. Call or write MR BOCK. 81 F.lroo at. Dor. STORE FIXTURES bought and sold. N. ZAND, Sf Merrimae, off Portland. 4t sl WINES, LIQUORS, ETC ABSOLUTELY 8. E. rum or gin, $2 full gallon jug. 8NOW A SON. 59 N. Market at -. eat 100 yaare. B lTTbtf a 025 straight 2-stamp Ky. whisky. THUS. ' OCEAN AND COASTWISE m S. S. LINES SST0A Vacation Country. 2t 2 AUCTION SALES OF ; Horses and Carriages. J. C. Keith, Stevens & Sweet Horse Co. 152 N. Beacon St, Brighton, Mass. Auction Sale, Wei Sept. 3, at 10 A. M. 3 CARLOADS WESTERN HORSES From Kansas, Iowa and Pennsylvania At Private Sale Monday and Tuesday. PoslUvely Sold For the High Dollar Wednesday. 40 to 50 SecondHsnd Horses and A Variety of Wagons. Carriages Harnesses At Private Sale All kinds of wagons, carriages, harnesses and horse goods. Largest stock. Lowest Prices A. GIDDON, Auctioneer. 3t sl HORSES. CARRIAGES, ETC $50 Doctors Private Outfit 50 BEEN used ty Dr Ierkins, cousistinp handsome seal brown Vermont Morgan horM, 8 rears old, weighs 1150, safe and kind, fT'vxl roadster and work in any kind of a ni. ud to farm and famil use past 2 rears and absolutely safe for any inexperienced person to handle: 1 can thoroughly recommend him to any person wanting a good bors; also higb-back carriage, in fine condition, been carefully used, and cuxtom made harness in fine condition, whip and halter; or sell separately if desired; sIno good sleigh. Call at doctor private estate, lu7 Concord at, Somerville, near Inman sq, Cambridge; 30 days trial allowed, EASY TERMS ALL. KINDS of wagons, new and second hand? also aecoud-hand automob.les. CLIFFORD WAGON CO, Cutter sq. West Somerville. dSulSt r2 FOR SALE 5 wagons, any kind you want, SULLIVAN. 120-120 Dover at. TWF 2 WANTED A stable, 10 or 12 stalls and shed. Address X 826, Globe office. dSu7t a u 80 4 WORK HORSES for sale, one 1275. A year old, sound, used to market wagon, $125; one 1200. sound. 7 year old. nice traveler and worker, $120; one weighs 1100, good worker and driver, $50; one livery horse, luuO, 10 years old. ned as an all-round family horse, with buggy and harness, all $75. Now, if you want honest horses, call MR MORSE'S FARM, near car bam. North Woburn. SnT au31 AUTOMOBILES I turn your car into cash at ONCE, spot cash waiting for touring CARS and roadsters; call, write or phone, tt. B. 4625-W. YEN DOME ALTO CO, S26 Newbury st, Sud7t au31 TO LET, FIRST-CLASS PRIVATE AUTO, experienced driver. Phone Csmbrbi rr 8771-W. RENTING GEN ACTO. 910 PER DAY AND VP 55 Stanhope; tel Tremont 1220. tf JylO AUTOS TO LET AT LOW RATES EDGEWOOD-ST GARAGE. Tel Box 990. SudTt au31 A 1-TON Kiel truck, good condition, rua one season, will aell cheap, having hooght 2-ton truck. LIBBY'S ICE CREAM, 25 Water at. Somerville; phone Cambridge 4H40. SjTWThFSSo u31 OAKLAND ROADSTER, fully equipped a bargain, demonstration given. B. E. F18HUB. 75 W ebb at. Weymouth. Sudltaudl WANTED Any old style auto to running or- der. 84 Broadway, Somerville. 2t 1 1912 CADILLAC S-paa. electric starter sad lights; 1912 Empire roadster. $375; 1911 E M F 80. 5 pass, $370. ARONSON. 57 3 Church st; phone Tremont 205. HOUR. 2f 2 $1.50 PER HOUR, new 1913 Ford tar-, or lessons In driving $2.50 per nour. F. M. DUR-KKE, Aberdeen-at Garage; tel B. B. 4712. So 14 a -31 150 DOCTOR8 MAXWELL. 22-b. p. runabout, fully equipped. 88 Broadway. Somerville, $145 COLUMBIA ROADSTER, 43-h. p.,make heavy truck. 88 Broadway. Sjmerville. 2f sl MOTORCYCLES $25 DOWN ON MOTORCYCLES We r offering wme exceptional bargain in our clearance aale ranging in price from $100 to 1W balance In email weekly payment; big money-ring proposition; bicyclea a low a IK WILSON BROS Scollay aq; open evening. TkSTtf DOGS, CATS, PETS, ETC 3P FUR BALE Great flana popple. 12 old, full blooded, registered (A. K. C.) atoc F. H. PARKER, iiP, CoHj.innk. A ? u I k h I i

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