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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Tb^STsuSy ieV iB'90-TWENTt-Et'GHT PAGES, KITE Silks. On Monday morning we sliall offer oivr Wholesale Stock of Worth from BO cXS. to $9.05 per yard, at only PER YARD. The stool,' includes Black Skirting Silks, Faille Fran-caise, Bich Brocaded Satins, Guinet Black Silks, China Silk.s, Armures, Mfiadamos, Heavy Stirahs, Gros Gi'ain Silks, fdc, BEAU IN MIND that the lots are not large, and that you must come early in order to secure first choice. These Black Silk Fahrics ivill be ready at S o'clock s?iarp at oit/r Black Silk Department. 15 PIECES Such asGros d'Amerique,Tuml-sienne, Beau de Soie, Satim Megence, Armwre Boyal, Si.ci-lienne. Cords, Satin Page, &c,, actually tvorth from SB.QQ to SI4.00l>e�' ywrd, at only BEMEMBEB, tJiat it takes only 5 yards of this tvidtJito make a full dress, and that these elegant Silks tvere manufactured by C, J, Bonnet & Cie, 125 PIECES JAPANESE A NEW SILK for Scarfs, Tea Gowns and evening tvear, 22 inches wide, and for sale by B, II. White S Co, exclusively at only PER YARD. Every lady Bhonld malso it a point to ueo this NEW FABKIO. The aBBortmoiit is as follows! . Light Bine, Pink, White, Loghorn, Nile Green, Oream, ORrdinal, Keseda, Light Gray, Gobelin, Old Eoso, Dark Mobs, Gold Brown, Madras, &o. 1200 YARDS 30-ilnch Colored At only 50 PIECES 25-tnch Black Worth $2.00, at only Colored Dress Goods, 20 PIECES 50-Inch Navy Blue At only Or $1.33 for a fuU Press Pattern, 36-lnoh All-Wool In all oolorSf it PER B YARD. This is mnoh loss than the cost to mannfaotwe. Yard-Wide All the newest styles, at only PER YARD. This is oonsidered a bargain at 50 ots., and, If so, it mnst he more than cheap at 39 ots, Special! We have taken from ow Wliolesale Department the balance of colorings of all ou/r 46-1 nch Oil/)' regular 76-cent quality, and shall offer titem on Monday at only ^ PER YARD. We have made this loiv price on the balance of these Serges in order to close them out at once, and give onr customers a GENUINE BARGAIN. 200 Mar7ee(l down, from $8.00, $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00, to only EACH. See This! JO pairs Ladies' Good Quality Kubbers, actually worth 50 ots. per pair, at only.. _ 25c I lot "H, H. W.� Ladies' Button Boots, in bright Dougola and straight goat, all styles of toeB and heels, the best fitting and best wearing boot Bold in Boston for the mosey, and eijnal to any $4.00 boot, siios 2 to 7, widths AA to E, at only... $3.00 Monday's Bargains in 2 lots Pino Bleaohed Table Damask, flfl and 68 inches wide, regularly sold at 90 ots, per yard, to bo Bold on Monday at only 1 lot 6-4 Tapestry Oovers, aotnally worth $1.26, Monday's prioo only.......... _ 75c. 1 lot 6-4 Tapestry Covers, aotnally worth $1.37, Monday's prices, only......... _ 95c. 1 lot 6-4 Belgian Table Oovors, aotnally worth $1.75, Monday's prices only......... $1.25 1 lot Bloached Pringed Covers, in plain and fanoy borders, in sizes 2, Si- and 3 yards, actually worth $3,B0, $4,00 and $5.00, Monday's prices only............... $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50 Blankets. 20 casos Gray Wrapper Blankets, full size, handsome blue and pink bordcra, worth $3.26 each, M'onday'z prices only..... __ SB.75 11-4 Wool Bed Blankets, for double beds, aotnally worth $4,00 per pair, Monday's pilcea only..............�'....... _ $2.98 11-4 Wool Blankets, extra weight and very flue, actually worth $6.00 per pair, Monday's prices only........... 1 lot Very PioB California Blankets, for double beds, positively worth $9.00 per pair, Monday's price only............ 86.50 TWO GREAT BARGAINS! No. 1, 10 cases Ladies' Heavy-Weight Plain and Derby Kibbod Wool Hose, full fashioned feet, actually worth 45 otB,, at Miy.......................� 25c. No. 2, 1 lot Ladies' Heavy-Weigbt Bal-brlggan Shaped Jeraoy Bibbed Vents, blgli nook and long slooves, an extra bargain, and worth double what we ask, at only...........,............... 25c. HITE Garment Dept. On Monday morning tve propose to inaugurate the GREATEST SALE OF Ever held in America. All our PlusJi, Garments have been made expressly to order for us from a superior quality of non-crusliable .London dyed Seal Flush, mid ive have every conceivable shape and design in Shoulder Capes, Tight Fitting Jackets, Reefers, 3Iedium and Long Garments, with Fur and Astrachan Trimmings, Plush Saeques, piush Newmarkets, in loose front Reefer effects, elegantly trimmed tvith Fur a/nd Sealskin ornaments, tCc. Every lady in tvatit of a Plush Garment of any desorijMon whatsoever, should visit our Garment Department this tveek, as Will surprise all! As S2>ecial attractions for this tveefc, %ve quote the folloiving: 500 Plush Capes, made of best quality Plushi in plain, Astraohan trimmed and Pnr trimmed, at only.................. $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 400 Plueh Jackets ond Beefors, trimmed and nntrimmcd, ooma with shawl collars, collars and open fronts, Fnr and Astraohaa trimmed, at...................... $14.00, $18.75 and $25.00 3 lots Plrish Saeques, good linings and Seal ornaments, at.................... $16.00, $20.00 and $22.50 "Our Leader" Plush. Saoqnes, cannot be equalled' in quality and finish by any plnsh saoqnes sold elsewhere at the same price, namely.................... $25.00 BLACK DRESS GOODS. 46-i8ich Silk and Wool Eegular $1,25 quality, at PER YARD- 46-lnch Silk and Wool Eegnlar $1.75 qnality, at PER YARD. 300 Himalayan Shawls at only. .$5.00 100 otter Shawls, in a splendid assortment of BtyloB, at only..........$iO.OO 6 oases more Side Stripe Apron Lawna, the greatest bargain ever seen in this city, to be Bold by ns at only 6 l-4c. Per Tard, WORSTED ERfflBROIDERY DEPARTI^EWT. FUR DEPT., In oar Fur Department, we are noi.v offering the largest assortment of Ever slioivn by any one house in this coufitry, consisting of Alaska, Seal Capes, Black Marten Capes, Broivn Coon Capes, Cape Seal Capes, Gray Krim-nier Capes, Mink Capes, Black Astrachan Capes, Sc., and at In Embroidered Irish Point Doylioa, marked down from 37 ots. to.................... 25c. Irish Point Doylies, marked down from 50 Ota. to.................... 37c, Irish Point Doylies, marked dov/n from 75 OtB. to.................... 50c. Irish Point Doylios, marked down from $1,25 and $1.50 to.............SI.OO IriohPoint Squares, marked down from $6,50 and $0,00 to.......S3.CO and $3.50 Irish Point Pillow Bhama, marked down from $24,00 to...................S12.50 Irish Point Soarfs, marked down from $9.00, $10.00 and $12.00 to only.......... $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00 Irish Point Lnnob Olotho, marked down from $18.00, $20.00 and $20,00 to only. . $8.00, $10.00 and $12.50 Irish Point Bed SetB, marked down from $80,00 and $90.00 to oulv.......... $50.'00 and $60.00 1 lot Knitting Silk, prioe per ball only.... 15c, 200 yards Blaok Silk and Mohair Cord GimpB, 3 inohoa wide, worth $1,25 per yard, at only..................37c 1 lot Colored Silk Ornaments, worth $1,00, ntculy........................lOc 300 yards Silk and Tinsel Appliqne Vandyke Point Trimming, worth $1.60 per yard, at...........................75c Than any other house in Boston. Don,'t purchase your Fnr Goods until you have seen what we have to offer. Note our Special Bargains! Alaska Seiil Capes, pointed fronts, Medida and shawl oollara, 16 inches deep, sizes 32 to 44, at from.................. $55.00 to $75.00 HITE I , Vmbreltas. | On Monda/y Morning, at 8 o'clock, we shall off'er s Entire Stock of Subject to Manufacturer's slight imperfections, at about Come early and get the GREATEST Bargains in Umbrellas ever seen on any retail counters in this country. At the prices quoted, you get them for Vomimred tvith the real value. 1 lot 28 and 30-Inch Gingham Umbrellas, in a largo assortment of the finest natural wood handles, aotnally worth $1,25,^ at dhly........................... _ 50c. 1 lot 26, 28, 30 and 32-InoU Gingham Umbrellas, in a largo assortment of the finest natural wood handles, aotnally worth $1,50 and $2.00, at only........... _ 75c. 1 lot 26 and 28-Inoliflne quality, Gloria Bilk Umbrellas, in handsome myrtle, olive, pimento and orange wood natural orooks and root handles, also silver handles, aotnally worth $3.00, at only........ _ SI.OO 1 lot 26 and 28-Inoh Pine Quality Gloria Silk Umbrellas, paragon frames, extra fine assortment of silver handles in caps and crockB, aotnally wortb $3,00, at only... _ $1.50 1 lot 20 and 28-Inoh Pine Qnality Gloria Bilk Umbrellas, paragon frames, large gold crook handles, actually worth $3,76, at only........................... _ S1.75 1 lot 28-Inoli Union Silk UmbroUaB, with oases to match, fine natural wood handles, also large silver cap and orook handles, actually worth $4i00| at only........ _ $2.00 1 lot 28-Inoh Union Silk Umbrellas, with oases to match, fine natural wood handles, also large silver oap and crock handles, actually worth $4,60, at only......... _ $2.26 1 lot 26 and 28-Iaoh Union Silk UmbrellaB, Taffota Silk Umbrellas and All-Silk Um-brellas,with extra fine Bilver handles, actually worth from $5,00 to $7,00, at only $2.50 KEEN'S FURNISHINGS. On Monday morning, at 8 o'clock sharp, we shall offer the most WONDERFUL BARGAIN in Alaska Seal Jackets, at from............. $(55.00 to $175.00 Ever heard of. 200 dcz. Men's Heavy Scotch Gray Shirts and Drawers, regularly sold elsewhere at 50 ots,) Monday's price only............ Alaska Seal Ulsters, 56 inches long, at from S225.0Onp to $350.00 Mink Lined Circulars, at from........... $50.00 np to $i0O.0O River Mink Circulars, at...........$35.00 Hamster Lined Circulars, at.........�18.75 Fur Trimmings of every doBoription at very low prices. 100 doz. Children's Plush Caps, assorted stylos and colors, actually worth 75 ots., at only......................... __ 25c. 1 lot Ohiklron's Worsted Skirts, great bav-gaine, at only..................... 39c. and 49c. 1 lot Children's Canton Flannel Day Drawers, at only...................... _ I5c. 1 lot Children's Canton Flannel Night Drawers, at only ...................... 39c, 2 cases Men's All-Wool Bine I Bibbed Shirts and Drawers, ' regularly sold elsewhere at $1.00, Monday's prioe i only.................. Each, � 59c. Bach, 200 dcz, Men's Pine Austro-l lian Natural Wool Shirts I and Drawers, ribbed bot-I tom on shirt and long cuffs on drawers, regularly sold elsewhere nt $1,50, Monday's prioe only........ 600 doz. Men's 2J-Inoh Four-in-Hand Soarfs, silk lined and solid bands, also Large �Size Knot and Puff Soarfs, light and dark colors, in figures and stripes, regularly cold elsewhere at from 50 ots. to $1.00, Monday's price only..... Each, 25c. Each, 1500 cakes Bobinaon Bros,' Toilet Soap, regular prioe 10 ots, per cake, at only.... 4c. 3-Pi6ce Toilet Sots, in white, worth $1,60 per set, at....................... 85c. To be inaugurated by us on3Ionday Morning at S o'clock. Every Housekeeper in Boston and Neiv England in, need of supplies for the Dining-Room or Kitchen, should certainly attend this sale, as it is ammdeniable fact that WE ARE UNDERSELLING every Jiouse in Boston in these lines of goods. Buy your TJianksgivlng supplies of lis and In Our Basement. 1-Pint Pndding Nappies.... 2-Pint Pudding Nappies.... 3-Pint Pndding Nappies.... 4-Pint Pndding Nappies..., 5-Pint Pndding Nappies,... 7-Pint Pudding Nappies.... Tellow, 4C. 4c. 5c. 6c. 7c. 130. White, 80. lOc. 12c. I4c. I7C. 23c. 1-Pint Tellow Mixing Bowls at........ 3c. l-Quart Tellow Mixing Bowls at....... 4c. S-Pint Tellow Mixing Bowls at........ 7c. 2-Qnart Tellow 'Mixing Bowls,at...... 10c, 8-Quart Tellow Mixing Bowls at...... 14c. 4-Qnart Tellow Mixing Bowls at...... I9c. 6-Qnart Tellow Mixing Bowls at........ 23c. 8-Qttait Tellow. Mixing Bowls at...... 36c. 9i-Inob � Tellow. Pic Plates, price per dozen only................... 44o. Tellow OuBtard Cups, price per dosen only.......................... 240. Blue Edge Pis Plates, all sizes, only.. 5c. WbiteMngsat................... 5o. 1-Pint White Bowls at............. 3c. IJ-Pint White Bowls ,at............. 4c. l-Quart White Bowls at......;..... 5c. Ironstone China Plates, all sizes, at.... 60. Ironstone Tea Cups and Bancers, price per dozen.................... 96c. Ironstone Sqnare Platters as foUowsi Bizel 10-Inch, lli-Lnoh, 124-Inob, 8c. 13c. 18c. 13i-Inoh, ,14iJnch| IBi-Inoh, 24c. 34c. 47c. Ironstone Turkey Platters, 18-Inoh size, only----'.................... 59c. 600 Large-Size Blown Wara Cracker Bowls, worth $1,00, at only...... 50c. 200 dcz. Hand-Engraved, Blown Table Tnmblera, full-size, worth $1,00 per dozen, at only................. .60c. 1 lot English Gold-Stippled Full-Sized Chamber Toilet Seta, including largest aize.. jar, imported to aell at $12,50, our prioe only..........$7.87 Biaan8aiirnnwfiiiinjiBmiiwwi.li. 9-Inoh Glass Preserve Dishes, regular prico lOo.i onr prioe............ 5c. 11-Inoh Glass Celery Trays, regular prioe 25oi, our price................. 9c. QlasB Oil and Vinegar Bottles, regular price 20o.| onr prioe............ 9c. Glass Cranberry Sauce Dishes, 'regular prioe 36c, per doz., our prioo...... I5c. Glass Fruit Dishes, regular prioe 2Bo., our prioe..................... lOc. 10-Inoh Glass High Poet Bowls, regular prioe 37c., car price............ I90. Half-Gallon Glass Cider Pitohora, regular prioe 25o., our price............ 12c. Glaaa Half-Pint Tumblers, regular prioo 40o. per dcz,, our prioe.......... 29c. Blown Flint Glass Wliiakey Tumblers, regular price 60c. per dcz,, our prioo 29c. Blown Flint Glass Table Tnmblera, regular prioe 75o, per doz,, our price. . 39c. Wine Glasaea, regular price 50o, per doz,, our price..................... 29c. Lamps and Dinner Sets. Nickel Plated Banquet Lamps, centre draught bhrner, complete with linen umbrella shade, regular prioe $5,00, our price only.................$2.97 Washington Street Floor. Eleotro Silver Plated Napkin Bings at., ' 5c. Electro Silver Plated. Salt and Popper Shakereat.................... lOc. Quadruple Silver Plated, Hand Engraved Butter DiahoB at.........SI.97 Quadruple Silver Plated CakeBaaketa at, $1.97 Quadrnplc Silver Plated Bcn-Bon Baskets at..........................$1.97 Quadruple Silver Plated Tea Sets, price per act only...................87.88 Landers, Prary & Clark's Stag Handle Carving. Knives and Forka, warranted best steel blade, regular prico $1,19, our special price per act only. 700. 1847 Rogera' Bros, Medium and Deasort Knives, price per dcz, only'........$2.69 Triple Plated Medium Forka, warranted 18 per cent. Bokol Silver, prioe per doz. only......................$2.25 Baccarat Glass Ware, Table Tumblers, prioe per doz......... $1.(9 Champagne Tumblera, prioe per doz.... 95c. Cordial GlasBes, price por doz.,.......$1.68 Claret Glasses, prioo per doz.......... $1.90 Whiskey Tumblera, prioe per doa...... 95c. 1-Pint Deoanters at................. 75.C. l-Quart Decanters at............... $1.37 Celery Holders at......,............. 96c. Finger Bowls at.................. 19c. In Our Balcony. Blue China Baking Shells at......... Decorated China Tea Onpa and Sanoers at........................... Decorated China After-Dinner .Cups and Saucers at.................... Decorated China Fruit Plates at...... I)ecoratod China Sauce Plates at...... Decorated China Double Egg Oups at... Decorated China Bone Pktea at....... Decorated China Footed Bowls at...... Decorated China Salad Bowls at....... Deocrated China Butter Pktea, price per 5C. 15c. 15g. IOC, 8c. 7c. lOc, 19c. 47c, 19c. Japanese Imari Tea Pots at.......... 60o. Decorated China Bread and Butter Pktofl at...................."...... I2c. Deocrated China Half-Gallon Pitchers at 50c. English Decorated Dinner Seta, in a variety of colors, very best mannfaot-nre, including 'Wedgwoods, 130 piocea, regular price $15,00, cur price per aet only..............$9.90 Six different patterns Hand Decorated and Enamelled Dinner Seta, mann-faotnred by Wedgwood, Bridgwocd & Turner of England, &c,, 130 pieces, regular prioo $25,00, to be offered by na as the gi'eatost Thankagiving bargain ever heard of, at only____$15.00 iOOO PIECES 1 lot Fine China Hand-Deoorated Chocolate Pots, worth from $1,50 to $3.00, at only......................$1.00 1 lot Beantlfully Eand-Deooratod China , Eoao Jars, worth from $1.35 to $3,25, at only...................... .$l,O0 1 lot Very Fine Hand-Decorated China Cracker Jars, a great bargain, at only..........................$I.OO Dinner Sets. In Our Balcony. 25 Different Patterns Richly Decorated China Oyster Plates, regular prices from $15.00 to $25.00 por dozen, our prioe per doz. only..............$11.50 umaaTnmwHjajjiiBujim.iwimim Decorated China Dinner Seto, 10 Different patterns, full sots of 131 pieces, regiJar prioes from $39.00 to 50.00, onr prioe per aet only..........$25.OO All our Pine Decorated Havlland"(S� Oo.'a Dinner Seta, lateat shapes, marked down expressly for OUT grand Thankagiving sale below the cost of importation. In Oiir Kitchen Goods Dept iWSI 16 inch, 17 inch, 18 inch, Heavy Black Japannod Coal Hods as fcUowai Size 15 inch, I7c. 20c. 230. Galvanized Coal Hods as foUowsi Size 15 inch, 16 inch, 17 inch, 28c. 18 inoh, 28c. 32c. 36c. S8c. 9000 Nickol Plated Stove Lifters, at only f 3c. SAYS SHE IS THE YMIK. 3-Pieoe Toilet Sets, in fine metal case, full size, worth $3.50, at only........ $1.93 Expressly for this week's great aale from 15 Ota., 30 ots, and 37 eta, to only. 5c., lOc. and IZVic. Those who come early will get bargalua worth coming for. Having made a change in tin buyer and manager of our Kitchen Furnishing Goods De-partinent, and having secttred a, new buyer from New York tvith an experience of 25 years as the buyer for the leading imtchen Furnishing Goods house of that city, we have determined to make this department a still GREATER-SUCCESS by keeping the la/rgest assortment of Kitchen Furnishing Goods in Boston and selling tliem at tlie LOWEST, PRICES. 2O00 Silk Clotha for poliahing fnmituio, sb-sorted colors, our former price 6 ots, eaoh, now.,......................... _ 5 for 15c. Extra Heavy Betinned Dish Pans, slc� 14 quarts, our former prioo 45 ots,, now only _ 25c. Square Bread Boies, size 12x18 inohea, our former price 98 ots,, new only........ __ TSc, Cake Turners, with black handle, nickel ferrules, aa follows, Small Size, Gc; Medium Size, lOc.j Large Size, 16c. I Sheet Iron Tnrkey Boasting Pans, sine 10x16 inches, at........................ _ lOo. New Tork Braizing Pans or Double Eoaatera, / ns follows I Small Size, 87c.; Medlnm Size, $1.25' Large Size, $1.45. Dunlap'a Hand-Forged Steel Mlnoing Enlvea, the boat make in the market, never before Bold for loss than 40 ota,, now only.,.... _ Sic. I Lot Sqnare Chopping Trays, in 2 aizos, as foUowBi Size No. 2, Size No, 3, . 35c. _ 42c. 1 Special Lot Polished Steel Needle Point ' Moat Skewers, 12 in set, onr former prioe 40 ots, per sot, new only............ _ I8c. Heavy Pndding Boilera, now only,........ __ 2ic. Japanned Spice Eoxes, 5 inaide boxes, onr former price 60 otsr, now. only.......... _ 25o. Aome Frying Pons, aa followsi Size 8 1-2 inoh, 9 inoh, 9 1-8 Inch'". 13c. 15c. I8c. Size 10 inoh, 11 inoh, 13 inoh, 190. 220. 27c, One-Minute "Bosa" Coffee Pots, the best pot in the market for making after-dinner coffee, as follows! Size 2 Pints, 4 Pints, 6 Pinta, 8 Pinta, SOcT "il.OO $l.20 81.40 Gennins Gorman Salt Bores, round front, Btripod wood, labelled, in 3 sizes, our former prioes 30 ots.. 45 ots. and 75 ots,, now only...................'.'l^l, I5c., 25c. and 30c. 15 doz. Ooquo Feather Fans, marked down from 07 ota. to only..............50c. 25 doz, Ooquo Feather Open Pans, marked down from $1,25 to..............75c. lot Ladies' Solasora, with gold-colored handles, also Button Hole SciBBora, worth 75 ots,per pairiatonly............25c. "Scarlet Y/oman" Locked Up by Sioux. Redskin John tlie Baptist Driven from Standing Rock. Gall ProfeBSCs Content, But Frontier is UneaBy. Standikg Rock Agency, N. D,, Nov. 1 C- "Bring in the scarlet woman," was the order of the Indian who ofljciiitud vm bailiff of the Indian Court, of -Bhich Cliiel John Gi-jas and two other Sioux are ijaembers, Waltitawin (scarlet vnunn;), the wife of ZikiJOga and a nicml.er r.f tlio M'alokpi.s band of Sioux, c;imc out fiom Ibfs wov.d aud biockI gracefully beioj-o ilio railijiir. bcbiiid -nhicb sat ti],.' agfiit aud biB inwrpretei'. Ltrs-Ti-ing lierself to her full Haliire of liearlj'fc'lx fuel, isbe io)d ber liamo. I'btn. beudiuK sliBbtly forward, with lier band pointed upward, elie eaid, in ;j low (one, with int*n.sf) earneBtuess: "lam llie Snuther of Cbrist. who is now upon tbiB tanb iriakiiiK ijrfiii.arations for rcbuildijif!: .1. 'J'be carib it t.j bflontr tolcly lo bis ;lio.M.!i lifci;;!c.anil liii.^ coiitiu'.-n; \v- lo be ^;.'LeluU�d juueb iiinijfrr v.e^i. t.'iiciiii; in a .�liiri o( lli',- i-rje;i: .'-iiii:.-.'! water, 'iii*; c-ji.^teJ'Jj |iajt of tlie continent will beabandouod, and i� fhi! we.siern jiart tricat beid.s oi buffalo ii'jlj wander as in the da>t, oi long ago. �iSiib tbe dibi)]ii�?aran^(j 'd Ibe vvbiies fi Jill Ibe tanh will COU4* vo rtsurrectioa all tho Indiana wbo now filpep, and torever-moi'etbey will wandca- ovoi- tiio cartli wltli no one to question tbeir riirbts." .Sbe. .inswercd warily when asked where tho MoK.'iiab now i.s. and i'elu.s(^d to loll nny-ttiinfr about tbo t'l'ost d.-iiice bcyoiul tho fact that .sliii bad been proelaimed by tho orderto be the Virg-in Mary. l'ei]din^ con.siiieratiein liy the cutirt tho woman was sent to tbe Buard houBC. Thelastca.se tried ))y tbe court was that of an Indian, who lieUinK-.s on tlie Ko.sebud reservation, and M'a.s f oued to be tlie bearer of incssaRea relative to tho coiiiinar of tjie Messiah. lie Avaa taken to the guard house and confined till iiiorninK, when be was taken to the line between tbo two agencies, and after being warned not to return he was returned to his own rcserva-tiiiii. 'J'hose familiar with the situation say that Gall nlanned the campaign of 1S7U, which made Bitting Bull fiinious in frontier w.ar. At the present time Gall stands above all other Indians in tho reservation of the Sioux. It Is doubtful whether any serious outbreak occurs during liis life, bo far as Sitting Bull is concerned there is but littie danger that ho will prove a ftiotor among the Sioux again. Mrs. Welnou, who came from tbe East to Cbiistianize the Sioux, ;ind began work on Sitting iiull, has given np tlie Job and rerunied to the iiast. (iall told .Mai. Jlel.augulin that he believed in his religion iis tbe whites believed in tlieir.M, but as the govoniinent shows they do not want tbe Indians to starve, he thinUi it better for ibem to live as they are living rather than create trouble, not knowing now it wili end. There i-, a leeling of nneasiness ou the frontier among t)ie residents. Good Luck to Mr. Dovme. Mr. i',eiijiii).i)i ,1. j t(i\'i'iis, assistant EUper-i iiiteiiden! ol (lie Star lira:,.s Jlanufacturing � (Joini>a!iy. v.a'; j.leiiMiir.ly Mirpi-i^ed ini Siit-; v.lday, by biting the n .ipien; of a beauti-; ful suit of p;.r;or faruiture fiom ilie eia-I idoyes under Ins cbarge. Mr. Charles I \Vintber. tuperi]iten',leiit of tbe coinpanj-, I made tbe j.r.-.'.futaliun tpeecb, and liu, Dov.-afi itsponded in a Ir.tini; manner. SKELETON KIDES A BIOYOLB. CurioBitiea at the Pair-Gas-Saving Machine an Attraction. .\s the end of tbe Jileehanie's fair ap-pr(.iaches the i>eo])le "who have put off attending are now coining in large numbers. Tbe couseciuence is that the crowds are larger every day. Yesterday beat the record. During the remainder of tho fair, which closes Nov. 2{^, children under lu years of age will be admitted for in cents. The enterprise has been a success. General Manager Hayiies suys that linanciully the association will come out way ahead. The attendance is about the same as that of three years ago. Mrs. Haskell, who has char.^'o of the Mas-sachuselis Gas Saving Company's exliiliit, has also the oversight of tbe disidays of the Murdoch i'arlor Grate Compiuiy, and takes great pains to tell the visitors all about tho tiles ill her charge. But her most interestuu; charge is tho gas saving uuvebine. It consists of a bulb containing glycerine. Tne gas enters and strikes the glycerine ihroiigh a protected nine This ri'gubites tbe pressure and prohibits the escape of unbunied gas. In connection with this is �liowii the Gar-don burgliir ahirm. 'I'liis is a bell, whose ringing iiower in eloekwork. wliieli is set m motion by tbe ie!ea,se of a lever histenod to a window. ,'\t n o'clock in tbe inoi'niiig. yesterday, Miss yuma liurrows, \\ ho teaelies cooking in tbo Kortb Ucnnett si. scliool, gave a lecture in the woman's departmeut on tho cooking classes of tbe city. .She was listened to by a delighted audience. W. W. Stall, tile bicycle man, has two curiosities. Gne is a skeleton mounted on a hickory machine, wliose wheels revolve, tiius giving tbe skeleton a very lifelike motion. Tlie skeleton is that of ii man whose body v.'ie- touiul iloaiiuf; in the ri\er Seine, just'below llir city ,,( J'inis. it was tliuught \i, be a ea'e. <'t MiieiUe. anil as the lioily was not irietitllie?d tilier lying in tbe morgue for some time it \\ as tunjt-.i o^"er to a skeh-tolo-gist. ^\lto preiiareil the bones and shipped them to fioston. It was mounted in its present form by Sterling KUiott of Newton, the object being to show the correct height of siuldle. to give proper amount of ankle motion. Tlio other curio..^ity is a clum.sy wooden bicvcle. made bv .\rthur .leans of Missouri, and ridden by liini lU. tho national wheelmen's eonveniioii in St. Louis, in '87. He wii.s then lii yeiirs old and bad .seen only such machines as had passed by his father's Jiou.se. The peilals are square, solid lilooks of wood, ami tlie backbone is u piooo of curved timber. Institute of Teatmology Notes. A harrier club is to bo formed Tuesday afternoon. Gapt. AV. R. Kales was elected captain of next year's eleven. The Electric </lub gave an outing to the I'orte electric works yesterday afternoon. The Varsity eleven were pliotograiilied by AV. A. Holland yesterday, i'^resbmen and sojibomore eb.-vens were also photographed. A mass meeting WHS held in lluntingtdn Hal! Fridav. to petition the faculty to change tlio Thank.sgiving holiday to Christmas, but it was voted not to give in a petition. I'rof. Peter Schwab of the department of mcchunlciil engineering, on account of extreme illness, has left the in.stiiute for this term. The faculty have triinsterred bis duties to I'lofs. i.an/.a and I'eabody and Mr. K. F. Miller. Tbe club .iust formed for tbe discussion of toiiicsof tho day is to be known as i.heTweii-tieth Century Club. The first debate will be tomorrow afternoon oii "liestrietioii of Foreign Immigration." The attirmatives are F.'C. Bhincliard and J. S. Parris; the negatives, Orrei) Allen and G. K. Calkins. President Walker will give a 30-niuuUe address. The senior class, at u meeting yesterciiij*-elccted tho following committee to nonii, nalo class oliicers: C. F. Hammond. C. B. Pratt. AV. B. Trowbridge, It. Riee, E. I.. Iliimiltoii, G. AV. Fiivor, E. W. Doun, J. A, Mi'yer. H. E. Hr.rkawiiy, A. F. Sliatiuck, H. G. Braillee, T. Sjieucer, A. Ramsey, A.N. Miinslield, Alby W. C. Dart and H. A. Fitke. -A photograph committee was al.so apiiointed as follows: E. Cunningham, G, A. Holmes and Mr. Holmes. NBAV OONGHHS3 GALLED. See the barg-alns in real estate on page IS, Endo-wment Order Oflloiala Form Fraternal League. It has been the prevailing idea among the long term fraternal endowment orders that their interests would be better protected iiy an organization eompcsedof representatives from their various bodies. In pursuauoo of tliis plan, representatives of the following fraternal endowment order.s met recently tit tho Gnmd Union Hotel, New York: Order of Tonti. Universal Order of Security, Ancient Order of Patricians, Order of Aniitle and Sexennial I.eagiio of Pliilndelpliia; Order of Solon of Pittsburg. Penn; Knights of S. F. audi, of Syracuse, Koyal Oiik ilenetit League of Now York, Order of Unilv, Benevolent Union and the Order of the World of Boston, and Order of iEgls of Lynn, There was great interest mauifostod by all the delegates. Au orgunizntiou was effected, to De known iis the "Fraternal Beneficial Congress." D. H. KennCT of Tonti was elected president; Henry Roberts of Aniitie, first vice-president: Geoi-ge Rimnier of Royal Oak Benefit Longue, second vice-president; .loseph .1. Breed ot .Egis, secretary; iind Benjamin F. Beatty of Solon, treasurer. The executive eoinniiitee consists of the above oliicers, with Josejih R. Mc.Allisier of Universal Order of Security, C^irl AV. Kiuipton of Unity, Miittbews of lieiievolent Union and Charles F. Tliomiisou of the Order of tho AVorld. The conE-ress adjouriiod to meet in Pliila-delpliia, Monday, Dec. 8. Tennis an Unvs-omanly Sport, Eh ? The wise clerical authorities at Tr(tves, according to tho AVorld. have decided that hiwn tennis is a game nnbecoming to German girls, and ojipo.^c the town councillors wbo have opened tho municipal grS'nmttsium for that purpose. Doublloss, in a literal sense, the clergy are right in sajdng thattheeamais unbeooming to daughters of the fatherland. A Gorman erirl m motion is not a nictnresaue object, save only wlimi she is dancing. Tbo heaviest, clumsiest, most hopelessly plodding German, let her favorite waltz lie played, will be trans-foriiKui as she glides into its nieaiairo into a light-footed fniry. But it is ditiicult to Imagine licr at tennis. MEN OF THE PKOVIHCES. Eeunion of Former Queen's Subjects at Tremont Temple. There is great interest in tho coming big reunion of natives ot the provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince ISdward Island, to bo held at Tremont Temple, AVedtie.sday evening, Nov. 20. Besides tbe stereopticon views of the beautiful scenery, the picturesaue towns and villages, minln,'.;, lumbering, fishing and other industries, and prominent men of the Provinces, tliere will bo addresses on pertinent topics by a mtvuber of dlstin-pidshed provincialistrH. -Among tliese will bo Hon. AV. S. Fielding, provincial secretiu'y of Nova Scotia, and one ot the most clo-mie.nt speakers in Canada; Prof. Charles G. D. Roberts ot King's College, the. eminent young poet and litterateur, and several others. .An original "Province .Unllyiiig Song." composed by 1-iobert .1. Long of this city, the manager of tbe affiiir. will be sung by Mrs. Alice <1. (Isborne. and there will be a musical entertidnuient under the clireet:.:iii of Prof. George Jlendall Taylor, in whicli .Airs. Osborne. Mrs. Florii E. Barry, Prof. D. M. Babcoek and other favorites, will piir-ticlpnte. The musieal and literary entertainment will bo followed by a general "family reunion." There are thousands of provincialists, in this vicinity, and e.vcur-sion parties will probably he made uii from other cities. Selectmen Will Think of It. Ply.mouth, Nov. 10. - A heiirhig was given this afternoon before the seleotinen on a petition of tho Plymouth & Kingstou Street Rallwiy Company to extend its track* from its present terminus at Jahez Corner along AVarren av. to the Clifford House, by tho head of Plymouth beaoh. The extension would be about ,ono ainl a quarter miles in length. President Cun-niitghiim appeared for the company, lie .stiid thev would not guarantee to operato tbe road more than three monlh.s in the vear. and A\-unted tAvo years in whieli to Imihl tho extension. The selcetmcn reserved their doci.sion. THURMAN'S GBBETIHa. Sent to His Friendo In tho Country ThrouKh tne Press. Coi.uMnuH, 0., Nov. 10.-Jtidgo Allen G. Thtuinan wishes to acknowledge, through tbe .Associated Press, the rooeiiit of several thoti.sund letters and telegram.s of a con-gratulalory nature, which he received yostordny iiud last night from friends in all parts of the country, and to which he finds it impossible to reply peraonaDy. Ho sends greetings .ind tho assurance that ho never enjoyed better health, or felt more buoyant than ho bus since the great banquet in honor of hl.s '(7tii anniversary. ALL DISEASES OF iEN. Tmileil \,v the iii'WT.st imil ii.esl sii.iernslul iiu-ilinds. ynl.-kci-.rcswiriihu! I,ow eluiivw. K;iev Irriiis. l!i,!ik ili'siTlliliiK ear "111111111 Trditmniil, tlieipllek-ei?t imd Mifes) Iniiitm'.'Ut kiioMii, utilil Oee, DESLON-DUPflEE MEDICAL COMPANY. Inroriiciruuil mali-r ilw l.iiws of ttie .suite of JInsiL 165 TllEKOXTSX., �osxo^, af.i.ss. Ultieii liuurm DluGdullyi Vi'eiliii'sany niKl .Milur-diiveveiilnBe; Suiuliiy, 10 tn 1. [8] l!:u'n'liS' aid ABOUT BIRD CAGES~No. 65 Hear that bird singing away so cheerily.' There is a reason for it. It feels spruce, bright and happy. Why.' HE.NDRYX CAGE. Enough said. Salespeople for our kitchen Furnishing Goods, Crockery and Glassware Departments, also Retail Superintendents, Apjdy at Superintendent's Of-flee, before 9.30 A. M. Crentlcmpii's nnrt Eoys' c;iny a full line In Block nt c:i6h iirk-es. Clolli and fur gariiionts -wo mipply from CAKTKIt. ipjr.UMMBtt and Goodfi, Xotiona.iiic., frorn amiK'leiiaiiigBiorca. Any reiUiblo perfion cau opcu un :iccctuut with iifl. WHEX i IS CIVEN? Tlie Lewis & HeatDii Clotiiing Supply Co., /Qd Wiisliliislon St, 'itlCt Cor. Temple PI. FROM m Tiie Faccinating Actress. IlnnslPiir Levy-Dear .-iir: YOt'lt LAliL.VClllC V.KCV. VOW. DI'.ll U Imleeil itiy bent i luive ever UBcd. Yourn truly, lllIEA. Tim bA lil.AC'Iil". F.\Cr POWDEK 16 till' jiurcal fiiiil duly jierfect tolhit liiJMilcr 111 lilt- iii;irt;i'!. 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