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1 f i The Editorial Page Read It Today Advertise Real Estate and Automobiles in tomorrow's and Wednesday's Globe. flVr-f RED STREAK FINAL VCV J UJT VOL CXXXJV Entered as f,a 1 under tile Nova Scotia Here, Lauds F. PREMIER AND MRS. MACDONALD After arrival at North Station. By JOILV I. TAYLOR Premier Angus MacDonald of Nova Scotia praised the recent trade treaty with Canada and the British Empire as a definite step in the right direction, in an interview in Boston today. The Nova IScotia Premier, vh"o arrived here to be guest of honor and principal speaker at the annual Canadian-American League banquet tomorrow night, said the trade pact should mean a $100,000,000 increase in' trade between Canada and the United States. $25,000 Award for Nurse in "El" Crash Case Julia I. Ford. 57. a registered Uuise from 270 Bowdoin t., Dorchester, was awarded 525.000 by a Suffolk Superior Civil Court jury tor injuries incurred in a subway crash in 1935. Miss Ford, whose suit was brought gainst the Boston Elevated, suffered a fractured skull when the subway trolley car she was riding in smashed into another car near Coplcy-sq. Station on the night of Jan. 13. 1935.- She was rushed to the Boston City Hospital, where she was a patient fer five weeks. In court she tcs- 4 t:Jki that - she was further inca pacitated for , work by the crash. t:ss Ford charged negligent management on the part of the agents W the Elevated in the suit. SCHOOL FOOTBALL RATIONAL LEAGUE PARK Score by Periods . 1 2 3 4 T.til tsst Boston f Ol 0 7t . . . . Soth Boston.. '.. IS 0, 0 .... ; ! ; j , Cljanfesjjujing; JDmrtfr t Tat Copley-Plaza an annual treat enjoyed by ma..,, A feast of the old New England variety soup to nuts. Served from ooa until eight $3 00 per person. suggest advance reservations. Telephone 'Louis' Kenmore 5600. Cfieii hi ths trtaint at t 1? the beautiful Sheraton Room re Mayhew and Ilia Orchestra M Soohisticated Melodies will B'y tor Dinner Dancing at 7 na Supper Dancing from 9 till 1 Unit $SSX NEW YORK III M.Am,K. R.t.d.oBo.- 1 J 2 LJ I " syffy LI I : Res. weend class mall matter at Boston. Hin4 act of March 3. 1879242 Washington St. Premier, Treaty i 7 si if 4 f I , Predicts Success Still more important, he said, would be the increase in international understanding and good will. Trade treaties, he added, are never as dangerous as they are feared to be at the start. This one will be a success, he concluded. Premier MacDonald, who was a professor of law at Dalhousie University, Halifax, until he became leader of the Liberal party in 1930, was greeted at the South Station by Louis Brems,- the friendly hand of Boston, and went immediately to a breakfast party arranged for- him at the Parker House by Mayor Tobin. He will spend the day calling on Boston friends and revisiting Harvard, where he studied and took a special degree in 1929. Some Harvard and Nova Scotia friends have arranged a dinner for him tonight, and tomorrow he will be entertained by Gov. Hurley and the Mayor. Speaking in the quiet, slow voice of the college professor. Premier Premier Continued on Page 21 The Temperature Today The thermometer at Thompson's Spa reoorr.s the temperature up to 3 p. m. to- Gay as ioiiows 1937 1938 41 41 1937 1938 . 3fi 52 . 38 53 . 35 53 3am., a m. , 9 a m., 12 m .. 3B 38 38 36 1 p m. 2 pm. 3 p m. 45 I 50 I Globe Features Amusements -.11 Calling All Dogs ....12 Cross-Word ...12 Deaths ..15 Hollywood ....12 Serial Story ...11 Society 9 Wiggam 9 Comics . ... Editorial . Financial Household Radio .22, 23 14 .20, 21 .16, 17 21 .18, 19 faports 4 " ' 1 ark IPut&t FOR YOUR JL W l GREATER ft g J S NOW I 0 U. S. Pat. OS. BOSTON. MONDAY EVENING. c oEtempt Actim 4 UVJ British TO GIVE LAND 1NJUIANA Tanganyika Also to Become Colony LONDON. Nov. 21 (A. P.) Prime Minister Chamberlain today told the House of Commons of plans to lease at least 10,000 square miles in British Guiana to provide homes for German Jews seeking refuge abroad from the Nazi regime's anti-Jewish cam paign. The Prime Minister also dis closed that negotiations had made favorable progress for the settle ment of Jewish refugees in Tan ganyika, formerly German East Africa, and other territories in Africa. Tanganyika now is held by Brit ain, under League mandate, and Chamberlain last week declared the British Government was not considering its return to Germany Nazis Continued on Page 3 Survey Indicates $44.30 Tax Rate The civic bureau of the Boston Chamhpr of rnmmrrp nf vuhirh E. J. Brehaut is manager, in a study or iavoraDie ana umavoraoie lac-tors uhirh will rlrirlH the 1Q"?Q Boston tax rate, concludes that the rate for next year will be approximately $44.30, an increase of $3 over me isjo rate. In a SUrvev nf. rnnrTif inn rrn tained in a hnllptin rclposoH h ths civic bureau today, the question of the 1939 tax rate is discussed as follows: "The unfavorable factors tending to force an, increase in the 1939 raie are me excess state tax assessment coming over from 1938, a Tax Rate Continued on Page 4 PRESS-TIIVIE BULLETINS RUTLAND, VT Nov. 21 (A. P.) Mistaken for a deer on the opening- day of the hunting season, Milton O. Lewis, Rutland carpented, today was shot dead in Pittsfield. Deputy Sheriff James Marro arrested Herbert G. Himes, City Hall janitor here, and charged him with manslaughter, reouired under Vermont law. If imes helped state investigator Aimo is. Fran-zoni of Rutland bring Lewis' body two miles to a highway. A thorough arid searching investigation into alleged irregularities in connection with hurricane damage expenditures by the Commonwealth was asked today by City Councilor Henry L. Shat-tuck of the Back Bay in his order submitted to the City Council this afternoon and passed by that body. Councilor Shaltuck said that he heard that contracts bad been awarded f.vored contractors and that he wanted an investigation no matter who it hit. Send in Your Orders for The Globe of Next Thursday Morning The Editions of The Evening Globe Will Be Omitted Thursday, Nov. 24 Thanksgiving Day Readers Place your orders now for the Globe of Thursday morning. Newsdealers Send in your orders for the Globe of Thursday morning. All the news of the holiday will be printea in ine Morning and Evening Globe Friday. Offer Haven t Little Beauty Watching Beasts - - PS rj!; t.T - . :f t -tv 5Si v r ' ! 1 rH ( ' I n t-A kv ;Y'X - Little Shirley Temple, movie princess, gets a lesson in the feeding of Heidi, a seven-week -old fawn, from big Buck, a film actor in his own right fromtthe animal kingdom. Both Buck and Heidi are good in their respective roles. Wife Says She Got Only $7 Of Husband's $250 Pay Mrs. McMilan of Newton Testifies He Told Her He Loved Another Woman Spplrinff senarate sunnort from Llewellyn W. McMilan of Newton, Rostnn Harbor Dilot. Mrs. Zeldra A. McMilan testified in Middlesex Probate Court this morning that he told her he was in love with 75-Mile Ride in Woman Drives From Brookline A pretty Concord, N. H., woman walked very sheepishly into the Brookline Police Station this morning and announced that she was the person who had "stolen" the car of a fellow Concordite early this morning. It seems that the car she drove all the way to.Concord, about 75 miles, this mornrng before she discovered the car she was driving home was not her own. Miss Faye Sonel. 35. of Concord. told Capt. Joseph P. Mahoney, acting chief of the Brookline Department, and Sergt James D. Casey that she came to Brookline yesterday and was visiting at Coolidge Corner. When she came out about 1 o'clock this morning and stepped into her car she noticed that the keys were already in the switch. 'Stolen Car Continued on Page 3 7 TzrZ z Triors Crtoia& Tk&nA&qUrisus FAMOUS SINCE KW CLIPPER (86 Proof) for nr n moUTAIIC m3m mm J J Old Neburvport Brand Proof) 1 7 vpryz" for Aflr-Oin-cr Write for C.J. CALDWELL INC. NOVEMBER 21, 193824 PAGES 2 CENTS Ag WW UWL rn VJ another woman and wanted a divorce. When she refused, she said, he McMilan Continued on Page 3 Wrong Car Strange Auto to Concord, N. H. Mrs. Emmons Flees Fire at Hingham, Awakened by Dog HINGHAM, Nov. 31 Roused by her English bull terrier, Mrs. Nathaniel Emmons, prominent Boston and Hingham woman fled from her home early today when fire spread through the building. , Valuable antiques and lurnisn-ings were destroyed by the blaze. The terrier, Susan, and a cocker spaniel, Duke, were rescued by a neighbor, George McKenzie. . Mrs. Emmons fled to the street in her night clothing. The dog heard the crackling of flames on the first floor and rushed Fire Continued on Page 4 - - -VI MUMS COIKIHALS Hrcip Folder. fJEWBU REPORT M 4 Copyright. 1938. by the t aims VJ Contempt Action Started Against Ralph E. Casey Following an investigation by Asst. Dist. Atty. William J. Sullivan into an alleged attempt to influence the judgment of a juror sitting last week in a $75,000 civil suit in Suffolk Superior Court, Judge Joseph Walsh of the Su perior Court today issued contempt citations against a Jamaica Plain lawyer and a "John Doe," otherwise known as Darby." The attorney against whom the contempt proceedings have been brought is Ralph E. Casey of Pond st:, Jamaica Plain, 27 years of age, and the son of a Boston attorney. The order of notice issued by Judge Walsh on receipt of the contempt complaints of Asst. Di. t. Atty. Sullivan is returnable be- Contempt Case Continued on Page 4 Bowie Results FIRST BACE S510OO, maiden fltlies, S-year-olds. S'z furlonis. Mr Shadow. 116. E Smith 9.60 ff.4ft 3.0O Dinamita. Mora.... S.Wt I.MO a-Aliee Oodre, 116, Seab 2.2t Time. 1:0! 1-5. f-llyinr Lassie, a-Coun-ora. Aster Princess. Cambreeie. Repass, Sis Ormont. Sour Cherry and f-Beaminr Lady also ran. a-J. . V. Stewart-ETerclades' Stable en try. f-Field. ' SECOND RACE SIOOO, eUimiac, year-olds and un. IPm miles Foxton. 114. Wall 13.10 Count Tetrarch.llB.Seh'dl More Peo, 111. Yarberry. Time, t-.m.Z. fDunsanny. 4. no 4. 'Ml 3.30 :. 4.90 Prettylass- Javamoeha, Crusand. Schley Narse, Pack- ace, bun swe, If rst Pueon and iThree Daccers also ran. ... fField. THIRD RACE f lOOO. elaiminv. S-year. olds. furlongs ehute): Dorothy Porno. 10. 8te'n.l5." .. S.RO Ghost Flyer. 1 IS. Seaba.. 4-60 3.fl Sure Miss. 108. West 5.00 Time. 1:15 2-5. War Grand. Broomona, Peon, fDraw Ont. fOak Aaplie. Mad dc Mie, Coronade, Hasten Ip also ran. fField. FOURTH BACE 1000. claiming. -year-olds and up, Maryland bred, far- lonrs. (ehnteM fUcin. 111. Scabs . ..70 4.40 S.ftfl Moon Harvest. HW, T'b'ry S.70 Z.t FIt Me. 111. Schmidt 4.20 Time. 1:15 3-5. f-Vedalia. Flyinc Vie. tery. Saaare Play. Oteebee. Idyllic. f-Rcd Robin, Flying Mint and Clap In also rsa. t Field. FIFTH RACE t30O added. Class C handicap, S-year-otds and . 1V miles. Serooce. 116. Peters. .... .4. i.M S.20 Infldox.'lia. Frcmrd...... - 2.0 S.40 Gerald. Kl. Seaho . 2.4 Time, 1:49. Malano. Billy Mole also ran. Jews r Globe Newspaper Co. H ub Lawye k la Bullet Target Practice Is In Baby's Skull As physicians battled at the Somervillc Hospital to save the life of 16-months-old Mary Elizabeth Hardy, unfortunate victim of a stray target practice bullet yesterday afternoon, four men were arraigned in Somervillc District Court today on assault and battery by means of a danger ous weapon charges and their case continued until Dec. 8. The quartet entered pleas of not guilty. Doctors Unable To Operate Today Doctors in attendance at the little victim's bedside said that her condition was so serious that it would not permit another operation today so that the rifle bullet could be probed. It is believed to be lodged in the back of her skull. Her name was placed on the danger lis'- last night when physicians had to resort to a delicate Lrain operation as the result of the bullet wound. The four defendants arraigned : ' court today, three of them employees of the city of Somerville, were Ralph F. Carey, 40, of Newbury st.; William Cantwell,39, Lexington St.; James J. Fitz-i -aid, 44, of Ames st.; and Charles H. McKiel, 41, oi Russell road, all of West Somerville. All but McKiel are city employees. McKiel conducts a private garage in Hinkley st., Somerville. Judge Charles F. Gadsby, new ly appointed presiding justice of the Somerville District Court, sat on the case today. He granted the continuance at the request of Sergt. Inspector Earl W. Elliott, who arrested the quartet this rooming with inspectors John L. Powers and John H. Baker. The police request was made because Shooting: Continued on Page 3 High Court Dismisses Appeal in Maine Case Says No Federal Question Involved In Lewiston, Auburn Shoe Strikes WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 CA. P.) The Supreme Court dismissed today an appeal from a decision upholding the constitutionality of a Maine statute outlawing conspiracy to injure property or business. The high tribunal said there was no "properly presented substantial Federal question" involved. Eight men and one woman, who were sentenced to jail under the law, appealed from the Maine Supreme Court. They asserted the law "will seriously affect the rights of all individuals, especially the rights of all who are or who may be members of labor unions." The litigation resulted from a strike of employees in 17 shoe factories in Lewiston and Auburn, Me. The nine said they were members Supreme Court Continued on Page 3 1 Fast, Frequent BIBW Now almost in hour nf ih or night you can board a fast Flagship for New York, and be there in 1 hour, 29 minutes. No waiting, no delay. 10 saring on round-trip ( flights. Stewardess service on all planes. Ask your travel agent or MvIEBICMT JUBIMES ir THE AMERICAN STANDARD OF SERVICE LATEST NEWS AND SPORTS .7:30 FINAL COMPLETE. Jt) u nil Fired Durin Shot in Carriage I !;t ' hi ' i-xVx :Vx-:; :' ; x:.;X' -v'.v,v vrv ..i-jSSi.;,;':'-; : f "J:, 77simf!s77' MARY ELIZABETH HARDY THE WEATHER Forecast for Boston and vicinity: Fair and not quite so cold tonight, followed by increasing cloudiness with rising temperature Tuesday, turning to rain Tuesday night and Wednesday; colder Wednes mm. mm day and Wednes day night; moderate and increasing southeast and south winds. Weather Reports. Tides and Almanac on Lost Paae TREASURY BALANCE WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (A. P.) Treasury receipts for Nov. 18 were $12,656,660; expenditures. $25,523,492; net balance, $2,529,519,738, including $1,915,645,342 working balance; customs receipts for the month were $16,953,194. Flights Daily to YORK $flTl9S ill ONEWAY phone EASt Boston 2000 for complete information and reservations. Ticket Office: 140 Federal Street. I t? w w 1 M 1

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