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' L Qh '^ I'l/ ^' VALOR LEGION HEARS PLEASFOR DEFENSE Mayor Curley and Senator Bingham Speakers at Banquet Btrong national defense was advo- cated last night by Mayor James M. | Camp Devens Unfit Tlieve is littlo lndi\e pist 30 years we have been gradu- aly raising above the level of their rilatives in Asia and the East Indies.

Purley and Senator Hiram Bingliam ot Ponnectlcut, guest speakers of tho HArmy and Navy Legion of Valor of the United States of America at the Jegion's annual banquet, held at tho Hotel Statler. Brown ■v/as mas-ter of ceremonies and Lieut Gen Edward H. The Mayor paid tribute to the hero- ism of Mrs Jane Jel Try Ricker ot Poland Sprine. but the courage of countl Ws , others has been by Co A . i trould be an act of defeatism and I »eltishness almost unparalleled in j Lmerlcan history." Noted Guests Presented Among these who were prcsei Tted liv the master oi ceremonies to the 1 assemblv were Mayor Richard M.

»l work with an alr- eompre»»un machine at the Bo.Air- I porl tnrt eager for some relief from the heat, rtdiieil the power in the machine, I shc\'ed the roi'ile of the hoee down In- side Ihe b».k of bis shirt and gave him- self we should call « wind bath,- M«\or Cuilev was so fascinated by I th Tce re.l-liea'Vd ^irl oiphana who hap- 1 nened lo up ibe City Uall elevator I with him b» fcsked the children into hl« I privste officr, gave one of b'« J"'"*'! The Klevated disbursement coun- teracts the loss in income taxes, whicii was a .severe blow to the city's nnanci:il experts. including principal and in- terest, which Is due tv-elve cities and towns under the assei-smenl provision of the old law, is available now. condition whore they had to li' c from hand to mouth, like so many East Indian coolies, to one of relalive lieahh ■,\::t\ pros]icrity. iticians made their battle cry "Independence, ciim- plele and immediate." The Amcri- (jreetiiiiijsl Hon.

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Me, one of the four "women who have received the Dibtin- luiiishcd Service Cross, and presented her a floral tribute from tho city of Boston. Russell 'of Cambridge, Rear Admiral Louis M Nulton, commandant of the I IJoston Navy \ard; City Councilor I Herman L.

M'L Ivicker, n night nurse in a hos- pital near Jouy-sur-Marne. Bush, DSC; national com- I mander of the Legion of Valor, Frank 'J. DSC; Bri,ii h can immediately be ap- i propriated hy tl-e school committee for ' land takinss adjacent In the present (Jirls' High School in West Newton street.

Init it is nevenlieless a fact that Boston and New Enj^dand in cjeneral are favored hy I'ro\ idcncc in their climatic comlitii 'n-. Question of Renewing $4,000,- 000 Contract Debated at Mayor's Hearing Incini'rator.s for the destruction of city Rarbage were denlred by a number o£ Hpeakern a* the hearing Mayor Curley giivc today on (garbage disposal, but no- body pro Hpnt wanted an Incinerator In- stalled in his district and nobody took thp opport'inlty to su Rgofjit locations. OOO to $350,000 and Influenced thn Twelve C'otninunitlea Affet Ud school department to save money at Of the twelve communlttes entitled to 3veiy angle. This would be an act iif defeatism and .sellishness almost unparalleled m American hu-l,ory. at Valor Legion Dinner ■»ilr products, we bi-nu8rh£ »uff*rin« anrt 'cononiic ruin on the )ioads of ll. lived for a gntoi-ation mirier the blc^^liigs of tho American flag." Scores Pacifism Mayor Curley, In denouncing iiatn Asm, declared that ^vilh the whole world an armed oainp, 11 Is good judgment to maintain soine semblance of defence in America and to be on guard against the radical elei Ticnts that would de- stroy our civilisation by revolution from within.

Give Boston Its Right Credit l;nf(irtnnalcl_v ihere will al\\a_\s he trafjcih- and snifcr- inji in hot weather as well as in co Kl. Peter Tague, war-time congressman, represented Mayor Curley and i-xtcnded the greetings of the city. guest: at a baked bean supper at a Boylstor street restaurant. Mayor Curley .said, the ]3 bidders ol Torlng figures within 'hi El's Refund Is Windfall for Boston Ki Ol J. tax rates are soon duetenanre of school buildinprs. from which our cruisers can now pro- ceed with but few da.vs' delay to protect our interests in war-ridden China, to our prestige in Asia by giving up .something which we admit is hard to defend and actual- ly bring ruin and disaster upon 11,- 000.000 ix-ople whom for the past 3L' years wc been gradually raising above tlie level of their rel- atives in Asia and the East Indies.

And wlien all else fails, the cast wind can always be depended U]i(in to lie hirking just around the corner. Wil Uiims acted as master o ceremonies at the meeting. Russf-" "^ Cambridge, who made a brief address and presented to the order a gavel made from the Washington elm. The cruise lasted two hours and at fi:3n the member: of the Legion of Valor will be. Medford and Ncwloii tint; of livr from the tax rate In liave alreaily announocd their tax rates the retirement pension item and failure for the year, and without beinp able lr, to use tlie full sixty-eiuht cents per $1000 liguie tlie disbursement due them, niiile in valuation for alteration and main- lii\«ldes Doslon. Th" refund.s are due the com miinilies as follows: .\rliii BKin tl'"'.i';.-'i Helmont ».liiii...7 Bo Blon 1. We are asked to surrender our great naval at Ca\:te.

The tips came from an annnymoiis «Ollii-i' anil oif UTS were nni'-kty nut frinn licailuuattcrs tinning nvrr several ,,r lll B host of (b» cit Vs rlel- furley delivering the prinrlpnl addre The llev. IVikins and luring liis ^idilresa, called to ih" fr' of the platform a nunil'i Ihe Common parad* ground will lie i Ihe big event on the ftrst day" pro. Saxin Mill IWach and r.tlier rec- reatidiial s|iols along llie waterfront where there is every modern facility for bathing, shelter from the sun's rays and (ipporlnnilv to enjov the co»d sea brceycs. KY ^ ))arks ;iii(l |ila\grouinls do tlu-ir sharo in af fcnliiii; (|nict aii'l shade diirinj;- the heat of flic (hi\ and in i Vh' evening^. Rock national president ot the Women of the Legion of Valor. the Ancient and Hon- orable Artillery Company tendered a co.mplimentarv luncheon in memory of Mai George N. Planes of the naval an base flew over the destroyer during servi'-es for the service men who lost theii- lives ftt sea. he placed the total Klevated money to communities otherbudget of the year at $r X alertown and Cambridge Also Given Right to Figure Unexpected Amounts tiiaii the three already favored, is .still ;, fiuestiou. To keep a few thou.«and Filipinos out of the West Coast, to gain a larger market for cotton seed oil and oil and to gain a small additional market for beet sugar, y.,- are asked to surrender the mag- nificent, military fortress of Cor- regidor.

w Cfrzr 75^ 1 i, 9 I Q i:^ OLD RESIDENT GIVEN CANE Mayor Curley Sends M. Mayor Curley, who has long been one of his admirer.s. Kearney now convalescing after an Illness of i Z weelia, did not receive the cane In person, but it was present- ed to his daughter, a singer, known as Mae Carney, at the City Hall yesterday afternoon. Kearney, who was connected with thfl Kdison Light Company for 37 ypar.s, resides with his daughter at 11 Leyland street, Roxburv. It is a revival of the ol^ Is^^iie of "Mnnie ttiile" for F^osion. Murjtliy w,-is a nipnibrc nf the leg Ls- talive ct Mumillre in iss.'. It is the largest, and most impressive gathering of decorated men ever as- sembled in this country and includes I veterans of the army, navy and marine corps whose exploits of heroism merited official recognition during the civil, In- dian, Mexican. The only woman mem- ber of the Legion of Valor is Jane Jef- frey Ricker of Poland Spring. The day's activities of the Legion of Valor delegates began at 8; 30 with a breakfast at the Hotel Statler as the guests of the Massachuset Ls depart- ment. Members of the Women of the Legion of Valor, the au.xillary organization of the parent order, also attended the breakfast. What has that got to dn with it' ]s Ibe I'anai Tia (.'anal easy tr defend?

Kearney, one of tlie residents of the city, was the leclpieiit yesterday of a flue Lilacl Uhnni (■ane- prown and cut in Ireland— tlie gift nf . the ci.-iv hi uveen Traffk t'oinnus.sjoufi- I'niiry ami Police Corn mlssioner llullinan the issue of return- ing the appoirirui K power of Ihe police brad to llie M.'i.\or has come stron Kl.\ In llie frniil. Rose, medal of honor, travelled thousands of miles from Buenos Aires tx3 be here. Adelbert Ames, the oldest living graduate of the military academy at West Point. C, national commander of the Legion of Valoi, opening fne convention and the invoca- tion wis given by Chaplain WUUam J. ('"or fl Vv ye.".r: Councillor Robert Gar- diner Wll.son, Jr., has .secured annual passage of an order In the City Council In of the city disposing of Its own garbage by districts rather than renew- ing a contract for approximately ,000,- 000 tor the nmtt ton y«a*».. Tt»» oi H»tr«ct I CONTRACT FOR BENNb II ' DISTRICT SCHOOL AWARDED The contract for the 40-room Inter- medlato school In the Bennett District was awarded today to John Bowen CJompflny. There have been savings l Olevaled retunds, Arlin Kton. There wa.= no head table la.«l night anr*ing Ihe rhilippines aie bard to defend.

/ I COMMITTEE ON APf ROPRr* Congresisi of tfje ^niteb ^tate£( |^ou£(e of i^epresi Entatitjes! l Boston to Have New Public Latin School in the Fenway Work to Start in November on 0,000 Building to House 750 Boys — Dorchester Girls' • High Discussed fl CITY TO BUY GARB FOR HOSPITAL HELP Mayor Curley i.s today the hero of the 500 City Ilonpital employe.s Who receive wages of or less a weelver the rurb? WEAR MEDALS, CROSSES from all parts of the country the ^fearers of tiie congic KSinnal mc-dal of honor and the distinguished service crosi, who di-'tinguishrd themselves in conflicts in which this coimtry has en- gaged beginning with and since the civil war, gathered In the hall for the opening of meetings which will continue through Wednesday. Let it ni'\er be said lliat, through short-sightedness, sellishness tnd a de«lre to secure hlg Vier prices for Favored as Tribute to War Dead of Bay State Kroction of a tiiarble tower to a height of ."500 feet in the Fenway as a pernianciil tribute to the war dead of Ma.-sachu.selts ««.'in R \n riniis jnpmoruil plfin*; for thp pnst fpw ypai F under flu- f hoi i7, M t inn of tho I .fj-'isl H t uio, the Mity- ni- \ipitfri ilip I'V-Ms find Innked ovpf tlip M \ ;i i Ui h|p si I PS for Dip proposed innnu- ni"!! haffi of thp nionu- nient, similar tn that nt thfi lonib of (he unknown soldier. the top of Hir towpr, thn M;iyni- rerornmended thft in? Uchrtiip plans when rompleted will bo presenled hy the conimisf'ion as coon MR j Mip Piblft to (;overnnr Kly and the bpgi!

The Jlayor approved the payroll sent down for the past week, but warned that ho would not .sanction further overtime paynients to tiie workers on tho staff of the lnilc\ commissioners until after the den,ess:on. The rival gioups w'll compete for .^ beautiful .•epartment were an- uoun^:ti Hi this nioming at City Hall by Mayor Cur U-y. Ii wa^ the beginning of a round of activity to be marked tonight with a spectacular pageant and sham battle on the parade ground on the Common. Let us have deler- inination to maintain what our soldiers iia\e Wfn and to keep our flap wlu-re It is Ir Klay. fould pit in tli P Rranltp anip M- I he, Hip and to the carillon which lip prnjio^'ed for the top of Ihc tnwpr. i.=; proposed 1o have a, ronstant flani P hurniri R at Ihp.

r f / I, addition housed will else- was uol Last iiii,-bt Chaiiinan llniley einilldcnl that v, iirk on Latin scliu addition wotlhl be pushed ahead ko rapidly that Ihe plans will be comp'cled CONSUL-GENERAL YIH VISITS MAYOR CURLEY Dr Koliaing Yih. ne »rrono-ftrr,»nto tf i.r' ^- n 31 GIRLS' HIGH NOT ,ooo,ooo OUT OF PICTURE JOB FIGHT Tcno - ON TODAY Site on West Newton St Still Bemg Considered School Board Conference to Fix the Although the Boston Scnool Commit- tee, after a conference with Mayor Cu Tley last Thursday, was said to nave upset al!

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