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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 20, 1897, Boston, Massachusetts VOL LIINO H3 The Overcoats we have manufactured this season are unquestionably better value than any heretofore In the selection of cut and all around appointments we aim to please most and clinch them as thoroughly satisfied This is the foundation stone of our gYeat reputa Old Ironsides A serviceable ancl hand some kersey blue and Kersey and Melton With strap seams and raw that we guarantee will not very very pop blue and 25 Washington CQR ON THE Boys These garments strike the fancy of every boy who sees They give him all the freedom he and have the big ulster collar he dotes they commend themselves to the parents who desire warmth ancl serviceable clothing for their Chin chillas and Friezes Brown and strongly durable and sensible Our Scotch Suits for Children from 6 to 16 cut in five differ ent meet these require and will be approved by the most exacting No boy need be poorly clad when we offer such Suits for LEOPOLD MORSE Washington ON THE The fine medicinal qualities of the Pure Rye Whiskey pro the renown ed valley of the Mo nongahela are vetsally THE M AY A 1 U V V 19Forecast for I For New Hampshire ami Ver probably cloudy probably light snow In southern portions Saturday For Rhode Connecticut and eastern New light snow or rain In the probably followed by olear ing weather a slight rise in tempera easterly weather with light snow In the easterly probably shifting to warmer Saturday night and The temperature yesterday as Indi cated by the thermometer at Thomp Borjsi 3 am am Bam 27HV12 m 3pm 28 6 pm 30 9pm 12 mid average temperature yes terday 27 The weather cloudiness that prevailed over New day with light snows over Massachu setts was due to local conditions which will probably pass off The indi cations now point to fair and much warmer weather Sunday and Monday with southwesterly FIHE IN BIOYOLE Metropolitan Work Prevented Firemen from Savlne the A blazeIn George KJnnears bicycle shbpln qf ilpoWashlng tnn Dorchester the reason for the alarm from box 972 at last The flre was caused by the explosion of a kerosene and the flames quickly enveloped the entire a wooden Tho department was badly handi capped by the closing up of Washing ton where the metropolitan sewer Is being which prevented getting the apparatus near the Before the flames were they had spread to the building num bered 1150 and on Washington st the former occupied by barber shop and Chinese and the latter by Moore as a shoe The former building was damaged to the and thelatter was Slightly The building In which the flre orig inated was owned by an of which James Storrow Is and was dam aged to the extent of The damage m tha stlmated at by on man and 1600 by which Is not surprising considering Us nature iiieut Jacbion B mllltrfry Instructor of cadets at the university of Nebraska died today as the result of an operation performed Tuesday for Has been the favorite brand for than half a Its fine delicate flavor and absolute purity have won for it the foremost position over all This Whiskey is distilled at GIBSONTON MILLS on the Monongahela Erected NEW ENGLAND 160 and 162 State CONTENTS OF TODAYS Iajte Battle of football giants today Har vard and of at Yale and Princeton at New Haven Harvard players affected by climatic changes and show falling off in practice of confident of winning Yale and Princeton both on anxious Fire in London destroys about 000 worth of Pluce Williams and Dartmouth meet In trl colleglate football championship game ait Wllliamstown today other school and club Michael and Chase supposed to be matched for a side news for Johnny Van Heest and Oscar Gardner box a 20round draw at Death by gas asphyxiation at the West THE QUESTION OF THE HOUR THE ONLY CONTENTS OF TODAYS Pattv Germany using murder of tnissiona ries as a lever to obtain concessions for her Total writs of filed against Thomas Lawson and his Pnjjc Important auction sales of horses nnd PORC Evangellna Cisneros made the ward of Mrs John IN JAIL AT GOOD OVERCOATS Our Thanksgiving Offering SPITZ As extraordinary value we have placed on our retail counters from our wholesale rooms 800 Overcoats all of this seasons from our own and guarantee them first class in every We divide them in 4 any one a LOT 250 Kersey 150 Kersey BJue and style up to Meltons and Black the a marvel at this Brown and Covert fancy plaid skeleton back or lasting velvet or cloth satin y kes and satin sleeve fne latest HP tOdate m The beat coat yet offered at this Most retailers must ask to your purse la limited this coat appeals to you UT 250 Kersey Covert and cloth strap or plain or plain full French lancy plaid or plain tailor a most remarkable at or put of Boston at less than gtJMW to Prove the statement by calling You cannot duplicate this coat Jn Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money OPEN NIGHTSUNiiuTHAWlVINQ One Minute Washington SPITZ 67 and 69 Summer and Your tailor will charge you for this coat not less than LOT J50 The finest Perfection in tailored and satm sleevesand silk velvet full French beau tiful equal to firstclass cus tom garments at less than half their Kerseys and blue black and and Schooner Matthew Vassar Jr of Port picked up Sandy Puare Phillips Andover defeats Lawrence to a big surprise to academy Hopkliison defeats Cambridge high and 18 to PlIKe State hospital for epileptics at Monson rapidly nearlng Rev Fr Dennis OCallaghan renatural his original taken out 47 years being New Suicide of Louisa Lafbnde of Montreal by taking poison at a Lynde st Results in the City bowling league News from the water front new steamship line from Bristol to begin sailing Nov Harvard and Yale freshmen play today on Soldiers U S government will treat with Can ada If the dominion will stop pelagic sealing for one year Canada seems to have adopted at Death of Rev William Seymour professor of Greek language and litera ture at college for 60 Mayor Strong and Seth Low aid in ap peal for suitable memorial to Henry Gov Wolcott of Massachusetts ten dered a reception at Colorado Miss Blanche Brunell of Boston sues Mr William Coles for breach of promise he claims to have been de One man killed In revolver flglit at Fall River defeated Pawtucket in Na tional polo league and Gardiner won from Portland in Maine Death of Thomas treasurer of three mining Mr Eidgar replies to the demands of the Flremens protective IMlte Elklne will try to embody famous section 22 Into a Jaw Representative Baker ofNew Hampshire will try to repeal or modify the civil service law Gttsa wants McKinley to recommend currency but latter fears to a long silver and Is ap proachIng the question Suicide of Oscar manufacturer of Bhlrtsat353 Washington Clarendon st Baptist church will cele brate Its 70th anniversary Democrats in Lynn hold caucuses to nominate candidates for as school and city Great crowds tohorse show at Madison City evangollzation mass meetings Ifslcl Tarntnaiiy braves meet and vote fpr suffering Mllarbd Brewster arraigned In Vtl 64 the charge of Child abducted from school at Paul Who Shot Louie Sur renders to Nov MSherlff Blake brought Paul Parey of Eustls who shot Louie King yesterday noon to Farmington and lodged him In the county Parey went to King field last night and surrendered himself to He acknowledges that lie did the shoot but claims that It was done in self though he falls to explain the two shots fired after King had started to Next Wednesday has been assigned aa the day for the King is as comfortable as could be expected at his home In Eustls and Dr Brlmlglon of who Is attending says there is no doubt that he will WOMAN FOUND Sentenced to be Hanged in the County Oourtyard In Nov Olive Adele Sternaman 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 ARE YOU GOING TO SCORE THIS TIME AS THE TEAMS WILL LINE 21 SO 22 25 23 21 21 22 21 19 19 6O1 2OO 109 213 201 177 108 14O 153 174 19O 1 r r r r f Name and L L Average Weight of 178 34 AVerage Weight of the H rani Rush Line 187 14O rt 180 re 185 c 185 ig iss it 177 ie 165 Weeks q b ISO rhb 165 mb 167 175 Eight 22 22 19 21 18 21 21 22 2O 21 23 Average Weieht of the Ponnsylvanifv I7O 23 Average Weight of the Pennsylvania Rush 174 14 Paul Parry in Custody at Nov 19SherIff Blake arrived this having in custody Paul who shot Louis King in a quarrel at Bustis yesterday Parry asserts that the shooting In He will have a hearing next FOOTBALL BUNTS MEET Harvard and of at Philadelphia Yale And Princeton at New John the alleged bunco is iheld in 32000 woman PttKe Musical portion the Sunday nven Ing rellgloufr services In Musiq hall will be an olatorato addition to Rev B Fay Wills Valuable made to the Boston public 1Mve Real estate Retail merchants of Summer st per fect an Dora JMohardeon the wife of Qen CaasluB desirous ofyouthful neglects her aged Alderman Fall or Lynn aays ho is not insunej he was not involved In the Peaks islana break of Tuesday Model Model Modl Now on exhibition in our 408 and 410 BoyUton The Victor straight line aperfoot bioyole No loBSpf power in muddy weather no gear oase needed i no snapping or We want yon to fire It a prtotioal the chain with mud and grit and take a and then examine our eolon ti8o Y u will want a Victor The 1898 V otor Pad Calendar now wloe Mailed to any addresu upon receipt of The Victor Catalog UlnitrotoAand printed by Ball the most Dloyole catalogWer OVERMAN WHEEL HARVARD AND OF Nov 19ThU city is In the delirious stage of football Business cares and political were laid aside the quotations on the exchange were I Can Best Mocha Java Grouna or Pulverized FOR TEN DAYS o will dollver the ABOVB froo In iiny nlnoo mw MNOLAND nndaUAUANTEK entire lif actloD or money win clioerf ully rafunae l Wby 88 to per old Retail whan yoq get Whslesale prloea 4Uwt from the Vmp actual Since the failure Thursday of the Man ufiwrturerd Belief the big and 4 rQ4aniao far Ittr boloiy Sam Adams There huavon and oufUi suspended Uu she ImiKls over Woke thu wiuohnmu the subwar Wltli her rosouiidlns Twos so tlianght the up a vano to Tnll him wiKnco that wind camo LonUort and tremhlod at tlio For the ynno seeiiiod wild nnd snuawklug Four days ouly from We glys Free with erery BANQE told from now THANK38IVINO a lelijoted NORTHERN TURKEY to teat the fine baking qualities of our All for Down apd Per Veeli until paid STOVESandRANCES S Per All gtandard imiltes t9 HANDflOMK 3 PARLOR U1NINO RO HE Clean llustrated Hall Free at ROBINSON iiigton i ckHqmref Ilrput Uur Dealers tay the best seller In the show case the 72IH mainly on football while the debate over he gas lease resolveS Itself Into a discussion as to whether Harvard woyld be able to cross of goal line in tomorrows game on Franklin Old men and active business men are more enthusiastic over football here than are the undergraduates at Cam Society women have in so that gossip here is all about the heroes of f tie The whole city turned out this after noon to promenade up and down histor ic Chestnut st to view the unique and Ingenious In of tha i two football in the shop win as as to see the fantastic ways mortals had discovered of show Ing their For six hours today Harvard had the their opponents being still up at the Delaware Water and rtot turning until 6 tHs YALE AND NEW Nov 19 Tho gridiron upon which Yale and Princeton will settle their football differences of 1897 Is tonight covered with a heavy blanket of Above this arena a black and gray looking sky Is sending down flurries of snow for the peo ple rain or will crowd the long tiers of seats within the next 24 In the woods on Prospect In the Yale Infirmary on white hospital where the Yale have lain and tossed with the fever of a dozen muscular young men are tossing in the sleepless fever of They are the pick and pride of the Yale Down along the east shore of the New Biggest Recorded Since the Year Streets Quarter Mile Long Money Loss of Over Over 100 Engines Coped With Huge Blocks of Warehouses But Beds of Police Out in Force to Quell Ostrich Feaftos Atacei 30 Percent Last lilt tv Aldersjrato and between that thor oughfare and Red Cross just after 1 S Bf ternoonThe ames were bv Winti ancl by highly Inflammable stocks of fancy Ur dress of au that crowded every floor buildings In the old VeW th6 ChstmaS the conflagration Way Wlth Arising rapld biHrv f Tf beyoncl any Possi bility of being checked by the few en gines that were early on the spot hOU and a the their own and It was only tha 1M enslllea had hour that the chief of the Ire brigade sent out the signal that the fire was under This was at p m When good news became generally known nearly 60 warehouses and a dozen or so minor structures had either van ished or remained only In blackened a chaos of fallen girders and smoking piles of bricks and The conflagration was caused by the Continued on the Seventh WEST I Haven In the Pequot club 1 which has been the scene of many a vutiiiuK uniu u tnis The men oaen tna scene of many a Cambridge were the objects of Joyous the sons of Nassaus curiosltv nnrt nrivrHKaHnn i gridiron are also passing an anxious The surroundings of the two elevens are m strong The Yale coaches this afternoon played a their last by the way be fore the game that sorely puzzles Prince The Yale team was taken out to the field and lined up against the scrub eleven for 25 minutes of good praq ourjoslty and From the time of their arrival at they were fol lowed throughN the streets by small boys and feminine In the corridors of the Aldlno their every wau watched by the curious the play went out for their last warmup on Franklin field at this afternoon they were regarded by less admiring and more critical Coaches H ex Capt Edgar Wrlghtlngton Dr Brooks and head coach Forbes watched every while trainer James followed tho men most care The change from the in vlgorating breezes of Boston to the CPUtltmed on the Third Catarrh What This Disease Is and How It May Be Originating in Impure Blood It Can Only Bv Purifying Catarrh is an Inflammation of the mucous and may affect he bowels or The beat authorities say a con stitutional having its origin a the When It becomes chronic t is often difficult to eradicate from the system the scrofulous taints which cause Catarrh In the Head s the most common form of the dis Its symptoms are fullness and neat in the dryness in the nose and back part pf the throat and a disagreeable discharge from the The only way to cure catarrh s to purify the The one true blood purlfler Is Hoods which absolutely cures j Hoods Sarsaparilla all fw Hoods Fills are efficient nd easy in 35 something that no Yale eleven has ever before gone through on the eve of a great It was an nary and can only be con strued that the Yale eleven is In the best of condition and can stand any amount of It had been expected that this last practice of the Yale team would be nothing more than the re hearsal pf a few signals all of which would be open to the A big crowd of spectators journeyed out to the In which were many Plnoelon Probably the latter fact caused the coaches to close the gates at the last At any rate the gatea were and tha curious crowd aaw nothing but a group of lusty in mudbegrimed uniforms march In and then march out of the which Is shut oit from view by many thousand feet of white pine boards that rise in tiers of seats to the hlght of 40 The crowd nevertheless waited until It was all Burning of The Lucky Within the guarded field there was oiiu scene enacted that few have ever Wit It was the burning of thu lucky This tradition Is known to few outside of those who have played on a Yale varsity After the last practice Is over the who play on tlte form in Indian then the captain of the eleven lights a jirdle that has been soaked in This fflrdle tg the oldest and moat worn of all In the varsity dressing White the girdle blazes up tho players dance about It and sing Hwes to good old The warriors In tola pow wow this afternoon were Capt England Meltons Superfine Overcoats Gentlemen We introduce to our critical who are accustomed to having their garments made to these Superfine which are as perfect an it is possible for the most skfa ful tailor to West of England Melton has l an unfinished soft and very close it is warm and impervious to i it Is classed among the finest fabrics duced for ANY purpose that appertains to Mens Blue and Black i that are confined to our house are The Coats are lined with strong worsteds In light They are most arttatlcallg shaped and and call the attention of gentlemen to the fact that the fabric not Neither wilt raw edged because of fftjr Interlocked and firm charaotm of the Colon absolutely Drum and Hall Wfcen the girdle had lodgers led the St cheer dimca The ooaphea
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