Boston Daily Globe, November 20, 1897

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November 20, 1897

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 20, 1897, Boston, Massachusetts (She Boston Uaito (Slotic. Avoid the Crowd By Getting Yow Want Ads in Parly F(«• Th« Sunday Globe. VOL LII—NO 14a. ROSTON. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1897-TWELVE RAGES. COPYRIGHT. 1897, BY TUB GLOBE NKW MPA PKK CO. PRICE TWO CENTS. Overcoats. The Overcoats we have manufactured this season are unquestionably better value than any heretofore offered. In the selection of material, cut and all around appointments we aim to please the most fastidious and clinch them as permanent, thoroughly satisfied customers. T his is the foundation stone of our great reputation. “Old Ironsides” Overcoat. A strong, serviceable and handsome kersey overcoat, tan, brown, blue and black, Sjg.OO. Kersey and Melton Overcoats, With strap seams and raw edges, that we guarantee will not ravel* very stylish, very popular, tan, brown, blue and black, $ 25 .OO. Boys’ Reefers. These garments strike the fancy of every boy who sees them. They give him all the freedom he desires, and have the big ulster collar he dotes on. Then, too, they commend themselves to the parents who desire warmth and serviceable clothing for their boys. Chinchillas and Friezes — Blue, Brown and Oxford. $c.oo. Boys’ Suits. Warm, strongly made, durable and sensible clothing. Our Scotch Suits for Children from 6 to 16 years, cut in five different styles, meet these requirements, and will be approved by the most exacting tastes. No boy need be poorly clad when we offer such Suits for $9.00. LEOPOLD MORSE LEOPOLD MORSE & CO., Washington Street, COR. BRATTLE. “ON THE SQUARE.” & CO., Washington Street, COR. BRATTLE. “ON THE SQUARE.” THE WEATHER. [, Ki r\\ A / WASHINGTON, N ( J VV Nov 19—Forecast for ! 11    Saturday: For Maine, New Hampshire and Ver-mont, probably cloudy weather, probably light snow In southern portions Saturday morning. For Mass achu-setts, Rhode Island, Connecticut and eastern New York, light snow or rain in the morning, probably followed by clearing weather; a slight rise In temperature, easterly winds. FIRE IN BICYCLE SsTORE. i\m* I»cal fcrecast—Cloudy weather with light snow In the morning, easterly winds, probably shifting to southerly, warmer Saturday night and Sunday. Tho temperature yesterday as indicated by the thermometer at Thompson’s spa: 3 am 27*, 6 am 26’, 9 am 27,/i0, 12 m 28°, 3pm SS)*, 6pm 30*. 9pm 27°, 12 mid 26“ average temperature yesterday 27 5-7°. Metropolitan Sewer Work Prevented Firemen from Savin* the Stock. A lively blaze in George C. Kinnear’s bicycle Bhop in the rear of 1150 Washington st, Dorchester Dower Mills, was the reason for the alarm from box 972 at 6.10 last evening. The fire was caused by the explosion of a kerosene lamp, and the flames quickly enveloped the entire building, a I‘4-story wooden structure. The department was badly handicapped by the closing up of Washington st, where the metropolitan sewer is being laid, which prevented getting the apparatus near the fire. Before the flames were extinguished they had spread to the building numbered 1150 and 1152, on Washington st, the former occupied by a barber shop and Chinese laundry, and the latter by E. A. Moore as a shoe store. The former building was damaged to the extent of $400, and the latter was slightly scorched. The building In which the fire originated was owned by an estate, of which lames Storrow Is trustee, and was damaged to the extent of $1000. The damage to the stock Is estimated at $4o0 by one man and $1500 by another, which Is not surprising considering Its nature. The weather Sunday—The cloudiness that prevailed over New England yesterday with light snows over Massachu- j    L'eut A. B. Jackson Dead, setts was due to local conditions which I LINCOLN, Neb, Novi 19—Lieut A. B. will probably pass off today. The lniii- ! Jackson, USA, military Instructor of cantic na now point to fair and much cadets at the university of Nebraska, warmer weather Sunday and Monday, J died today as the result of an operation with southwesterly winds,    ^    I    performed Tuesday for appendicitis. GOOD OVERCOATS Our Thanksgiving Offering SPITZ BROS. & MORK As extraordinary value we have placed on our retail counters from our wholesale rooms 800 Overcoats, all of this season's make, from our own factory, and guarantee them first class in every particular. We divide them in 4 lots, any one a prize. LOT NO. I. 250 Kersey Overcoats, Black, Blue and Brown, style up to the minute, a marvel at this price. $ 7.50. Most retailers must ask $10.00 to $12.01). lf your purse Is limited this coat appeals to you. LOT NO. 2. 250 Kersey Overcoats, Blue, Black, Brown and Oxford mixed Covert Cloths, Fancy Twills and Beavers, cloth or velvet collars, strap or plain seams, patch or plain pockets, full French facings, fancy plaid or plain linings, tailor made, a most remarkable ottering, at or out of Boston at less than $15.00 to $18.00. LOT NO. 3. 150 Kersey Overcoats, Meltons and Beavers, Blue, Black, Brown and Oxford mixed. Covert cloths, fancy plaid skeleton back or lasting linea, velvet or cloth collar, satin y kes and satin sleeve I ning. The latest fashion. Handsome, up-to-date in style. The best coat yet offered at this price, $ 15.00. Your tailor will charge you for this coat not less than $30. $ lO.OO. You cannot duplicate this coat in Satisfaction Guaranteed Money Refunded. or LOT NO. 4. 150 Overcoats, The finest made. Perfection in fit, elegantly tailored and trimmed, satin sleeves and yokes, silk velvet collars, full French facings, beautiful coats, equal to first-class custom garments at less than half their price. Kerseys and Meltons, blue black and brown. Regulars, stouts, and slims, *20.00. Prove the statement by calling around. Don't Forget Our Location. We Are In the Wholesale District. OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL THANKSGIVING One Minute Walk from Washington Street. SPITZ BROS. & MORK, 67 and 69 Simi SI. Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Retailers. The fine medicinal qualities of the Pure Rye Whiskey pro-duced in the re now rn ed valley of the Monongahela are universally recognized. #*XXXX®* THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR. has been the favorite brand for more than half a century. Its fine quality, delicate flavor and absolute purity have won for it the foremost position over all competitors. This Whiskey is distilled at GIBSONTON MILLS on the Monongahela River, Pennsylvania. Erected iSjy. NEW ENGLAND AGENCY, 160 and 162 State St., BOSTON. CONTENTS OF TODAY’S GLOBE. CONTENTS OF TODAY’S GLOBE. LONDON BIM Biggest Recorded Since the Year 1666. Streets Quarter Milo Long Involved. Money Loss of Over $15,000,000. Over IOO Engines Coped With Flames. Huge Blocks of Warehouses But Beds of Embers. Police Out in Force to Quell Crowds. Page I. Battle of football giants today; Harvard and U. of P. at Philadelphia, Yale and Princeton at New Haven; Harvard players affected by climatic changes and show falling off In practice; U. of P. confldent of winning; Yale and Princeton both on anxious seats. Fire in London destroys about $15,000,-000 worth of property. Page S. Williams and Dartmouth meet in trt-eollegiate football championship game at Williamstown today; other college, school and club games. Michael and Chase supposed to be matched for $25,000 a side; news for wheelmen. Johnny Van Heest and Oscar Gardner box rn 20-round draw at Dayton. Death by gas asphyxiation at the West end. Schooner Matthew Vassar Jr of Portland. Me, picked up off Sandy Hook, abandoned. Fuse .t. Phillips Andover defeats Lawrenceville, 42 to 4, a big surprise to academy boys. Hopklnson defeats Cambridge high and Latin, 18 to 0. Page 4. State hospital for epileptics at Monson rapidly nearing completion. Rev Fr Dennis (^’Callaghan renaturalized, hts original papers, taken out 47 years ago, being lost. New literature. Suicide of Louisa Lafonde of Montreal by taking poison at a Lynde st hotel. Results in the City bowling league games. News from the water front; new steamship line from Bristol to begin sailing Nov 28. Pa*e_5. Harvard and Yale freshmen play today on Soldiers field. U S government will treat with Canada lf the dominion will stop pelagic sealing for one year; Canada seems to have adopted suggestion, at Ottawa. Death of Rev William Seymour Tyler, professor of Greek language and literature at Amherst college for 60 years. Mayor Strong and Seth Low aid in appeal for suitable memorial to Henry George. Gov Wolcott of Massachusetts tendered a reception at Colorado Springs. Miss Blanche Pruned of Boston sues Mr William F. Coles for breach of promise; he claims to have been deceived. One man killed in revolver fight at Waco, Tex. Fall River defeated Pawtucket in National polo league and Gardiner won from Portland In Maine league. Death of Thomas Nelson, treasurer of three mining companies. Mr Edgar replies to the demands of the Firemens protective union. i’ll ge ti. Elkins will try to embody famous sect.on 22 Into a law; Representative Baker of New Hampshire will try to repeal or modify the civil service law; Gage wants McKinley to recommend currency reform, but latter fears to start a long s.lver discussion, and Is approaching the question diffidently. SuiC.de of Oscar Gowing, manufacturer of shirts at 352 Washington st. Clarendon st Baptist church will celebrate Us 70th anniversary tomorrow. Democrats In Lynn hold caucuses to nominate candidates for council, assessor, school and city committees. Fuge 7. Great crowds flock to liorse show at Madison sq garden. City evangelization mass meetings held yesterday. Tammany braves meet and vote $20,000 for suffering Cuba. Milt red E. Brewster arraigned in Montpelier, Vt, on the charge of muruer. Child abducted from school at Dover, N H. John Reed, the alleged bunco steerer, is held in $2000 bail. Young woman drinks carbolic acid. Page a. Musical portion of the Sunday evening religious services In Music hall will Le an elaborate addition to Rev D. Fay Mills' sermons. Valuable additions made to the Boston public library. Fuse 9. Real estate matters. Retail merchants of Summer st perfect an organization. Dora Richardson Clay, the wife of Gen Cassius Al. Clay, desirous of 'youthful company, neglects her aged lord. Ex Alderman Fall of Lynn says he is not insane; he was not involved in the Peaks Island break of Tuesday night. Page IO. Germany using murder of missionaries as a lever to obtain concessions for her merchants. Total writs of $135,000 filed against Thomas W. Lawson and his partner. Page It. Important auction sales of horses nnd carriages. Page 12. Evangelina Cisneros made the ward of Mrs John A. Logan. IN JAIL AT FARMINGTON. Paul Parey, Who Shot Louie Kin*, Surrenders to Sheriff. FARMINGTON, Me, Nov 19-Sheriff Blake brought Paul Farcy of Eustis who shot Louie King yesterday noon, to Farmington today, and lodged him in the county jail. Parey went to Kingfield last night and surrendered himself to the sheriff. He acknowledges that he did the shoot lng, but claims that it was done in self defense, though he fails to explain the two shots fired after King had started to run. Next Wednesday has been assigned as the day for the hearing. King is as comfortable as could be expected at his home in Eustis today, and Dr Brimlglon of Stratton, who is attending him, says there Is no doubt that he will recover. SAY, ARE YOU GOING TO SCORE THIS TIME?” WOMAN FOUND GUILTY. Sentenced to be Hanged in the County Courtyard in January. CAYUGA, Ont, Nov 19—Mrs Olive Adel® Sternamun was this evening found guilty of the murder of her hus band and was sentenced to be hanged in the court yard of the Jail in this town Jan 20 next. Paul Parry in Custody at Farmington. FARMINGTON. Me, Nov 19-Sheriff Blake arrived this morning, having in custody Paul Parry, who shot Louis King in a quarrel at Eustis yesterday. Parry asserts that the shooting was in self-defense. Ile will have a hearing next week. 1808 VICTOR Crowds at OI Summer St. Since the failure Thursday of the Manufacturers’ Relief Co, the big salesrooms are packed to the doors. They are selling nobby suits and coats ut any price offered. New England colds are tough ones to stop. Lung Kuro does It. I BICYCLES. I Model    33..........$100.00 Model    32.......... 75.00 Model    35.......... 50.00 Now on    exhibition in oar salesroom, 408 and 410 Boylston street, The Victor straight line sprocket, a perfoot bicycle gear. No loss of power in muddy weather j no gear case needed | no snapping or grinding. We want ton to cive it a practical test—fill the chain with mud and grit and take a ride, and then examine oar scientific teat. Y u will want a Victor Anti-“Chainless.” Tho 1898 V otor Pud Calendsr now ready, nrioe 5c. Mailed to any address upon receipt of 8c. The 1898 Victor Catalog, illustrated and printed by Will Hall Bradley, the most artistic bicycle catalog ever printed. OVERMAN WHEEL COMPANY, 408 and 410 Boylston Sleet. dr,u3t n!9 COFFEE Bos! Mocha w Java £ $2.00, Whole, Ground or Pulverized FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. Wo will deliver the ABOVE free iii any plane In NBW ENGLAND and GUARANTEE entire eatlsfui'tlou or money will lie cheerfully refunded. Why pay 38 to 40c. per Th. (old fashioned Retell prices), when you get this at actual Wholesale prices direct from the Importers 'I Iii! AS Hight. THE HARVARD TEAMS rn WILL LINE UR PENNSYLVANIA. Hight Aga 21 20 rt. In, 5.00 5.1    I Weight. 140 Position. Name aud Class. Richardson, OO . Name. . Hedges Position. Weight. 140 180 Ft Id. 5.08 5.10 Age. •>*» 200. .......1 t... Wheeler, M S — ..Outland....... 22 22 O.Ol I OO ......I ST*” Rouve, 08........ ..McCracken... ........re 185 0.00 IO 25 5.08 213. ........<\.. Doucette, LH.... ..Overfield...... ..........c 185 5.11 21 25 OOI 201 . ......r g... Haskell, 31 S..... ..Hare.......... .........I sr 188 O.Ol 18 21 O.Ol 177. .......r t... Haughton, OO... ..Goodman..... .........11 177 0.00 21 21 5.10 108. ......r e... Moulton, 08...... ..Boyle.......... .........I e 105 5.00 21 22 5.00* 140 ......q b... Garrison, L 8.... ..Weeks......... ........q b 150 5.00 22 21 5.08* 153 ... I h b... Dibblee, OO...... . .31oriee......... 105 5.10 20 IO 0.00 I 74. ____r h b... Warren, OO...... ..Jackson....... ......I Ii b 107 5.1 I 21 IO 5.08 IOO. ......f b.s. 31 ills, OO.......... I ,.3Iinds.......... 175 5.11 23 Average Weight of the Harvard Eleven - ..........I 78 3-4 Average Weight of the Pennsylvania Eleven— . 170 2-3 Average Weight of the H rvard Rush Line.......187 Average Weight of the Pennsylvania Rush Line ..174 1-4 FOOTBALL GIANTS MEET TODAY. Harvard and U. of P. at Philadelphia; And Princeton at New Haven. Yale Ostrich Feathers Advanced 30 Percent Last Nit. LONDON, Nov 19—One of the mr*, disastrous fires In 7/ondon'a history nine, the greut fire of 1668 broke out In a (arg. block of building* lying eastward o J Aldcrsgato st, and between that thor I oughfare and Red Gross st. Just after o'clock this afternoon. The flames wen fanned by a strong wind, and were tot by highly inflammable stocks or fan. ' goods and flimsy dress materials of al descriptions, that crowded every llooi of the six-story buildings in the oh streets, in view of the coming Chrlstmai trade. Consequently, the conflagrant)! gained headway with surprising rapid tty, and was soon far beyond any possi biiity of being checked by the few en gines that were early on the spot. For four hours and a half the flame had their own way, and It was ont; after more than IOO engines had worke, an hour that the chief of the fire brigade sent out the signal that the fire wa under control. This was at 5.45 p iii. When the good news became general!; known nearly 50 warehouses and a dom I or so minor structures had either van lehed or remained only In blacken.” wails, a chaos of fallen girders an smoking piles of bricks and stone. The conflagration was caused by tin HABVABD AND U. OF P. PHILADELPHIA, Nov 19-Thta city Is In the delirious stago of football fever. Business cares and political squabbles were laid aside today, tho quotations on the stock exchange were sr CS ; Nos. 236 and 239 TREMONT. Nos. 70, 72 and 74 ELIOT. 2 and 4 UNION STREET 64 and 66 ELM STREET. »:>,• .'limbs, far up, 'ar below Sam Adams stands, There ’twixt heaven and eurtn suspended Up she swi, hands over minds, Woke the watchman ill the subway With her loud, resounding yell, ’Twas thw wind, *o thought the watchman, Dolling up a vane to tell. Tell him whence that wind came screeching, I .oohed and trembled al the sight, For tho vane seemed wild nnd muuvtklug “Four days only from tonight. ’ We give (Free' with every RANGE sold from now until THANKSGIVING a eelecte i NORTHERN TURKEY to test the fine baking qnalitiee of our Bungee. All for $1.00 Bown and $1.00 Per Week nntll paid for. STOVESand RANCES $8.00 $1.00 ■ Down. ■ Per Week. AU etatidard makes to select from. HANDSOME 3.PIECE PARLOR SPITS. CHAM BFK SKT* AND CARPETS. LACK CCIH AI NS ANO DRAPERIES. (Newest Aly lee.) DINING ROOM SETS. NKW IDEAS IN SIDEBOARDS, CH I FEO V1HERK REDS. (All iron. Always Clean NEW STT LES IN PARLOR TABLES. HALL TREKS—VERI LATEST. PARLOR LAMPS ANO GLOBES. (Latest Designs.) mainly on football tickets, while the debate over *he gas lease resolved Itself Into a discussion as to whether Harvard would be able to erose U. of P.’s goal line In tomorrow's game on Franklin field. Old men and active business men are more enthusiastic over football here than are the undergraduates at Cambridge. Society women have Joined In the movement, so that gossip here is all about the heroes of the gridiron. The whole city turned out this afternoon to promenade up and down historic Chestnut st to view the unique and | Ingenious decorations, In honor of the YALE AND PRINCETON. NEW HAVEN, Conn, Nov IO - The gridiron upon which Yale and Princeton will settle their football differences of 1897 Is tonight covered with a heavy blanket of straw. Above this arena a black and gray looking sky la sending down flurries of snow for the 15,000 people who, rain or shine, will crowd the long tiers of seats within the next 24 hours. In the woods on Prospect hill, In the Yale infirmary on white hospital beds, Continued on the Seven til Page. two football elevens, in the shop win- wher0 s,c-‘k .of Yale have lain and dows, as well as to see the fantastic ,    with    the    fever    of    disease,    a    dozen ways mortals had discovered of siiow- I muscular young men are tossing In the lng their sympathy.    '    sleepless fever of excitement. They are For six hours today Harvard had the I PiL'k and pride of the Yale gridiron, call, their opponents being still up at D°wn along the east shore of the New j the Delaware Water gap, and not ie- , Uaven harbor, In the Pequot club house, turning until 6 this evening. The men ,vhlch has been the seeno of many a from Cambridge were the objects of J°>'Ous meeting, the sons of Nassau s curiosity and admiration. From the time Sadiron are also passing an anxious of their arrival ut 11.15 they were fol- i ni«ht- The surroundings of the two lowed through the streets by small boys and feminine eyes. In the corridors of the Aldine their every movement way watched by the curious men. When, however, the players went out for their last warm-up on Franklin field at 8.30 this afternoon they were regarded by less admiring and more critical eyes. Coaches W. H. Lewis, ex Capt Edgar N. Wrlghtington, Dr W. A. Brooks and head coach Forbes watched every play, while trainer James G. L”»hrop followed the men most carefully. The change from the cold, crisp, invigorating breezes of Boston to the Continued on the Third Page. Down. Per Week. Homes Furnished Complete ob Same Busy Terms Anywhere la Arw Ragland. Illustrated Catalogue, Mail 4o., Free at Store. C. H. ROBINSON & CO. BOSTON. 18S.140.I42 Washington St. Adams Square A Dork Square Car* Puns Our Door. Dealers say the best seller In the showcase is the 7-20-4 10c. Cigar. Kipton Distrib utors. QUINN & CO., KIT) .Milk St. DODGE & CO.. 70 Portland St. I JAS F. A J McG__ LOOK McUUKKNEIlY ll HOS.,214 HanoverSt. OUT! For Imitations. Our LEXINGTON AAA XV ll 14 IC. IC Y ha* our tiriu name on cork and label, Wood, Pollard A Ce.    dSutf nIS Catarrh What This Disease Is and How It May Be Cured. Originating in Impure Blood It Can Be Cured Only By Purifying the Blood. Catarrh is an Inflammation of the mucous membranes, and may affect the head, throat, bowels or bladder. The best authorities say It is a constitutional disease, having its origin in the blood. When it becomes chronic it is often difficult 'o eradicate from the system the scrofulous taints which cause it. Catarrh in the Head Is the most common form of the disease. Its symptoms are fullness and heat in the forehead, dryness in the nose and back part of the throat and a disagreeable discharge from the nose. The only way to cure catarrh 1b to purify the blood. The one true blood purifier is Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which absolutely cures catarrh. Hood’s Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Price $1; six for $5. Hood’s Pills are prompt, efficient and easy in effect. 25 cents. elevens are in strong contrast. The Yale coaches this afternoon played a card, their last by the way before the game that sorely puzzles Princeton. Tho Yale team was taken out to the field and lined up against the scrub eleven for 25 minutes of good hard practice, something that no Yale eleven has ever before gone thrqjjgh on the eve of a great struggle. It was an extraordinary performance, and can only be construed that the Yale eleven is In the best of condition and can stand any amount of work. It had been expected that this last practice of the Yale team would be nothing more than the rehearsal of a few signals all of which would be open to the public. A big crowd of spectators Journeyed out to the field, In which were many Ptnceton men. Probably the latter fact caused the coaches to close the gates at the last moment. At any rate the gates were closed, aud the curious crowd saw nothing but a group of lusty players in mud-begrlmed uniforms march in and then march out of the arena, which is shut off from view by many thousand feet of white pine boards that rise In tiers of seats to the hight of 40 feet. The crowd nevertheless waited until It was all over.    ____ Burning of “Tho Lucky Girdle.’* Within the guarded field there was one scene enacted that few have ever witnessed. It was the burning of “the lucky girdle.” This tradition is known to few outside of those who have played on a Yale varsity eleven. After the last practice is ov«r the seniors, who play on tl>e eleven, form in Indian circle, then the captain of the eleven lights a girdle that has been soaked In kerosene. This girdle is tho oldest and most worn of all in the varsity dressing room. While the girdle blazes up the players dance about it and sing "Here’s to good old Yale.” The warriors In this powwow this afternoon were Capt Rodgers, Benjamin, Ely, McFarland, Post, Drummond, Greenway, Haivey, Chamberlain, Hazen auld Hall. When the girdle had burned Capt Rodgers led the 98 class cheer and the dance ended. The coaches took the Ct Btinaed os* tire Second Fag*. WEST Of England Meltons Superfine Overcoats Gentlemen We Introduce to our critical patrons, who are accustomed to having their garments made to order, these Superfine Over-coats, which are as perfect as it is possible for the most skilful tailor to manufacture. West of England Melton has an unfinished face is soft and pliable- and very close woven. Therefore, it is exceedingly warm and impervious to moisture. Moreover, it is classed among the finest fabrics produced for ANY purpose that appertains to Men’s Clothing, Cambridge, Snuff, Tan, Brown, Oxford, Blue and Black shades, that are confined to our house are represented. The Coats are lined with fine strong worsteds in light colors. They are most artistically shaped and trimmed, and we call the attention of gentlemen to the fact that the fabric will not stretch. Neither will the raw edges ravel, because of the interlocked and firm character of the weave. Colors absolutely permanent. $35, $40, $45 (NOTBt—AU (torment* manufactured Ay ut bear our full name and dattf nation on tho etiquette a* follow*: &4$ui/mwaWa <2) ‘triton V Washington and lummtr Sis* I ;

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