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THE REPUBLIC1: MONDAY, JANUARY 22, T000.
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Ccfjin Co. Clothing Co.
Clothing Co. Clothing Co
'SELLERS OF HACKETT, CARHART & CO.'S FiftlE WEW YORK CLOTHING."
y Among the ifhousands Who Crowded Our Big Store
Friday and Saturday at Our.
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Men's Clothing Department
Men's Fine Sack Suits, value $i5, $le.50f
$18. We have plenty of these left and
can fit all who come Q 7
all marked one price 5"JS I u
Men's Black Worsted Suits,
and $15 About 100 of
these. The price
Men's Medium Weight Suits,
and $18. We have about
J50 of them left. The price -
Men's Sack Suits, values $20
Hackett-Carhart's best goods
for this sale
in any quantity from $10.00 up,
at 2 per cent discount. Only city
sales solicited. Call on cashier
St. Louis Republic, Seventh and
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in- ii w l . W trt--.
n f13 sunu u bin i m t -t 'tv r.ii t-i.
Mir. ut r n Jhn W &riv. il t Lnijn
Tni. tou id rs
Th liieePL amount loaned on atclis. 3Ia
enrrwis. jewMry anj all articles of alue I-arr
lcr.i a ntaity at low rat or mieresu ui
re Urictly ccaflder.tlaL UnreJeemed rl!ff
S."VAW RAALTE & CO.,
12 and 14 S. Fourth St.
THE r,r-iul 5 orlinn if ; 1 liillman'
Iiankrupt pioik K' on .--jlo tin- m.irnms
al 'raw Tor it. lin-i.tr u t.. r r . u h r.
iholccr uii'l chHjr th.iii lUf f:r-t iiort.o.i'!
.Ml v.nnu n of ! nzr will be at t!iu l)is
Hon Minht- io-ljy' '
1111. SinnnilT'S Ansjtura 15ittrs aro
rr Tim'nilea to Irknds v.lio tufter !tlt
CHARGED WITH CONTEMPT.
K:in:is "ity Live Stock Kxi'liangu
rjU'd to Appear in (Joint.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 21. Nineteen con
cerns dnins liuslntss on tli Kansas City
Live S'-iclt Exclianse hae lw-n cited by
Judpe H-jlt of the Common I'icas Court ot
Kansas City, K.i , to appear brfore him
and Fhoiv ause hv thi y thMUld not bo
punished for contempt. Some time ago a,
restralniriK order was issued by JudKe H' It
.-lEain-t siiirai mi mlier.s of the ex-li.uiKe.
njonmi thetn from intittnim: or ineitim;
a bojeott against the Tr-il. r-' l.ie S'.'. k
Kxch.u.se. a rival orsanizalii.il doms; busi
ness . t the y irds. The nttii rv of te
Triders' Kxchaiw app-ard bf re Juilso
Holt baluiday. alb-Kins that th- bo..oit
.! as 'in in oiieration, anil prajins lor re
lict KII'KI'MV T.lll.i:'l.
An KffrctiVf Hcni"l fur llicetllie
DliorilerH mid I)j kjm pxin.
Kupcpsia Tabli ts are sold by druRsIsts
turler an absolute cuaraniie to cite imme
diate reibf and perman-ntly cure Momach
irresularitiet. indigi btion and dspepsla.
Money will be teturmd in all Inilanees
vi hero they fall. In cas-es of nervous dys
yepria, citarrh of the Momach, heartburn,
acidity of the stomach and all other irreg
ularities of the digestive orsins they pro
duce prompt relief. hero Eupep-ia Tab
lets can not be obtained from lotal drmr-Ei-ts
they t-hould be ordered forwarded by
malL They s-tll for a"c a lox. Small tab
let convenknt to carry and easy to take.
Every box contains two week's treatment.
Address all corrcsjiondence to the Eupepsla
Co.. 222 Clark avenue. St. Louis, Mo. Adv.
Question Discuseil by Hooker T.
Wahhiugton in Cliicao.
Chicaso. 111.. Jan. 21 Booker T. Wash
ington addressed tlio Young Men's, Sunday
Club to-day at Quirm Chapel, his subject
belns "Tho Industrial Development of th;
Colored Kace in tho United States." The
tpeaker predicted a bright future for tho
colored people in this country.
Ho appealed to his huirors to cultivate a
high moral character, and try to cltvab"
nen and women of tho race who aro les
At th- close of the address a larfte sum
r.aa collected for the bencilt of the Tuske
geo Industrial School in Alabima.
rSoro-Fnrmalin (Elmer & Amend). A
r.cw Antiseptic and Prophylactic The Ideal
ir.outh and tooth wash. Star Drug Com
pany. Broadway and Market street, agents.
llobert T. Mil or.
m:ri nuc- si-uciau
Hunker Hill. III. Jan. 2L Itobert Thomas
Stiver, aged 11 ears. oldest son of I'ro
fessor S. . Stiver, Superintendent of the
Hunker Hill Mllilarv Academy, died last
night at 11.13 o'clock of septic appendl
i Ills- The funcrul obeiui" will be held
In the Congregational Church Monday,
lniliiiiiti(ili Mecprr, via Vandalia
Unc, leaves St. Louis Union Station 2.5U a.
in. dailj . it li open for occupancy after 19
3Ir. Hannah Welch.
Jacksonville. 111.. Jan. 2L Mri. Hannah
Welch died at IMssavant Hospital hero
this morning, aged 37 Deceased was a
daughter of ex-Maor Joseph Tomlinson.
Try Train o. -O. leaving St Louis
via Vandalia-Pennsylvania Lines 8:04 a. m.
dally; through sleepers to Haltimnre,
Washington. Philadelphia, Kcw York. Ex
"Ulcnt dinins-car service.
Every department crowded
We fed Bore e
ere a few of the values. There's
Men's Overcoats, values $!5 and $18.
200 remaining- (fl 7E
v.-c mark them v)Ji I c
Men's Overcoats, values $20 to $25.
Hackett-Carhart's best Pi J f
goods for this sale UlTiv'U
Men's All-Wool Trousers, values
$2.50 fine patterns and
Men's Fine Trousers, value $5. All of
cur $5 Trousers go in QQ "7C
this sale at U3i U
Men's Fancy Vests, swell patterns we
have plenty of them value Q j Q Q
$3.59 to $5 for this sale at i: JO
UNION WORKMEN OPPOSE
MEIER RETRENCHMENT BILL.
Object to tin V:ics to Ik 1'aitl to
ISi iikl;ifi'. Cai'iienUT.s
The administration crowd in the City
Council, in It- eagerrifss to punNi Presi
dent Mc.Math of the Board of Public Im
provements by the proposi'd reorganiza
tion of all ti'o departments now under his
control, has run foul of the interests of or
g inized labor ill the city. When the Coun
cil mreis next Tuesday there will be pre
sented to it a communication from a com
mittee of tho Building Trades Council
which is probably without a parallel for
tho plain, blunt manner in which it s"t9
forth the rights of the skilled workmen,
and demand-, that they shall bo respected.
I'olloning i th letter in full:
1o the Ib.nuraMe elty Council of St Iwl.
?.I i l)i jr sJr. At a tiK.-ting of the H'jiMin z
Tnl-1! C'cuit- U It was derided to enter a f- rml
ireti tt uainft tl.o pi.en.i.d intoiu ijal bill tv-cau.-;
of tr.e -ral reductions In tlie w-igis of
no-chanlcs as cratllr.cl in the bill Tills Mil, If
enacted, will maurially reduce the wage's e.f
buJ.lajer carjtenters and painter., and v:
tni t make otlvr sn-ecplng reductions in ilia
price paid to skilled labor.
V m i.nL.'In that tl'e elly of s't Ifui; an III
alford to pay a wage be-low itiut e -tabIihe.I
by tie Iluilcing Tiaiies e'ouncil -f S't luis
vihilf. at Hie. pam time. In rei:tabli vontract
er fv it without a wc.-J of ci.pipialnt
We tlirefwre dfniand. In Justic. to our y cf
tlon and that of our local contractors, that lh
current war scale bi taid to utl ini liani s
and labor-rs who nia Le iojeM on ritj woil
or ensap.1 on such work bv an oontraito".
Tho car;. r.ters' nasi fcale en and after April
1. rJ vciil 1 iZ w. v Ilh an . isiit-liour da . tt
bikklace-rs ccale will l $4.1 , vcith an iKht
hour cia alter ilay I. !.). tb1 pointers' scalu
vcill to J.X wi'h an elgtit-huur da, after May 1.
ilvj. cr- rcwp.ctfullc.
i:Li:,ni.r; ti:.i12; rocxciu
The bill for the reorganiz;'.tioii of tho
V. atcr Department provide', among other
things, for the employment of one carpen
ter at Ji.1 a month and one painter t J a
month. In the Street Department bill thu .
same seaic is louowexi. wane :nontniy
men." wlio are not reeiuircel to possess any
ni el.atikal skill, are rated at iio a inunih.
This nukes tl.e labor men weary, as one of
the committee epnsse-d it stird.i
The price to b. ptald to the skilled la
borer is lower than nov. in force, and l-on-tnciors
are to begin paving a higli.-r raie
th.s spring The d( clslun to protc-t to tho
I'l'v count il was rea he-d attr the coni
mltlie from the Buliiling Trades Council
had eotisulted with the Arbitration Board,
which is in the future to settle all dllTer
rncfh between organizid Ijbor and tho
building eontraitors. The number of men
who will be elirectly nlTectcd by the Meier
lull, if pas.il. will not be large, but tho
unions have ditermined to make a Iirm
stand ag.ilnt what they eon -lib r an impo
sition, especially so In view of the moral
Ifct their tame s.uhmtsion would have
upon tbe contractors and the public at
The 3Ieielern 3Iusle Itnx
Has the advantage of an indefinite number
of changes of airs. All kinds of disc and
cvltnder music boxes. J7 to $li0, at Mermod
. Jaccard's, Broadway and Locust st.
ATTEMPTED TO END HIS LIFE.
Aged Frank Livingston Took a
Doe of .Moijiliine.
I-Yank Livingston, an octogenarian, at
tempted to abridge the brief period which
separated him irom the great bejond by
taking morphine, at the home of Marion
M. League. No. 3K7 Lincoln avenue, yes
Livingston is a widower, and for several I
jeurs mis i-ecn making his home with his
son. Josph J. Livingston, at No 21 4 North
1-ourteenih strei-t. He was formerly ,i
druggist, but advancing years compelled
him to abandon the prolession, and lor si
vears he has not engaged :n an work.
His son. who is a moteirman on the North
em Central division, has taken cite of him
since. Age has made the old man queru
lous and irritable, and on numerous oe
cMsions. he has genie to the home of League,
who is a conductor em the Northern Cen
tral. The son claims that Le-agm has sumo
undue Intluence over the old man. and has
trltd to embitter him against his si n.
Yesterday morning the old man. after
breakfasting with his son. left the house,
s.ipposedlv for a walk. The sr-n went to
work as usual. The old man we.nt to
League's home and remained there until
shortl.v after noon, when he became deathly
sick, alarming the hou-chold. In answer
to their question, he lnfi rmed them th it
he had taken morphine be-c.tusc he had no
wish to live longer. The police were noti
tied, and Livingston was taken to tho City
Hospital, whe.e the u-ual remeehYs were
administered and he was sent to bed. Last
nislit he was pronounced out of danger.
His son was notified by an attache of the
Dispensary e.f his father's act. and he
went m once to the hospital and had a
talk with him. The old man was In u re
pentant mood, anel after a pathetic seen-,
in which he begged forgiveness for his
rashness, and a reconeHlation was iffectcd.
Preif. Kminmi n l.ekeinre.
Professor C. C. Kanusa of Chicaso lec- J
to the guards. Be patient as
much vc might tell about them but what's the use? Our
Boys' Two-Piecc Suits,
years values $4.00 and
Boys' Two -Piece Suits,
years values $5 and
Boys' Two -Piece Suits,
years values 57 to
Boys' Reefers of Chinchilla and Irish Frieze, with storm collars.
ages 7 to 19 years values
tuir I brfor.i i 1,-n.o audience jesTrii.
.ni.iiKon i- tin- e'tntial M C A . on
""lu!dre:i S-r n e " The lei ture was lully
iMu-irated witli stcreoptie-on views.
FOUGHT WITH KNIVES.
I.ikI (i.iirelt and Henrv Sliutlin
Were Jintli Wdinidod.
Tearkana. Tex., Jan. 21 A elltnculty oc
curred on the streets of this city this morn
in:; between Bud Girrett and Henry Shuf
Iln, pronilnent citizens of the community,
in which pocketknives were freely used.
Garrett wa.s cut four tini-s ukii the tieelc
and faets and i con'-lilered d mge roudy
woi'tidttl. Shutlin was slightly cut In the
i.ai7-- rii!.tH!'n nv ami:hciit
Ion ar.- invited te visit nur I.ndle-s'
Tniloriii!! llei:irtment. lime nil
eif tile- latest fashions nnil n luilldsniue
assortment of urn sprint? fnbrie-s.
I'OPI 1. Vlt I'ltlt 1.
MILLS & AVERILL,
IllttlVIIUW AMI i'im:,
BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE.
Fifth Animal lMniier to lie Held
To .Morrow Kveniii'r.
About 1.7) acceptances have been received
for the fitlh annual dinner and inee-ting of
the isuines .Men's league, whlili will l.
held on the sixth lloor of the Mercantile
Club to-morrow evuilng. The dinner will
be strb tlv informal and will commene
at C o'clock. There will be s-j)PciaI papers
lead dunns the e-vetiing bv the Miioc
termer 5overn..r D K Crancis and Post
mjstir ItiumhofT. Mr l'mmis will spi ik
on th- business asj.ects of the World's lair.
and Mr. I'.iumhoff will bring tip svveral
suggested improve me nts in the post omre
service, designed for the expediting of busi
Tin- strictly league business for the even
ing will include the election ot a pri'sident,
live vice-presidents and twet'ty-four mem
bers of the Kxi-cutive fominlttee. There
will also ! reports by the presideit. secre
tary, treasurer, counsel and chairman of
the Trallic Bureau, as well as a uiscu-slnn
of the viit of Aelmlral I'ewiv. and of tho
movement to obtain the loiation in S.
Louis of a i rniancnt warehouse for Gov
limitary llirth Inntli Itlnt;s
Jlake a highly prized birthday gitt. 1'or
January th" garnet Is the stone, s'gnlf.v in,r
ictistanc. ." Kincr, 1,'f) to $V. at Mer
mod A. Jacvard's. Broielw.i) and Locust st.
WILLIAM N0W0JNY DEAD.
lie Lived Eleven Davs With an In
William Now-otny, the Bohemian who at
tempted to commit suicide on Tuesday,
January D, at his home. No. 1SK South
1'ourteenth street, died at the City Hos
pital Saturday night. Novvotny shot himself
In the head, and tho bullet, beforo entering
the left lobo ot his brain, passed so dan
gerously close to tho optic nerve that the
deviation of a hair's breadth would havo
destrojed tl.e nerve and his evoslght.
Wtien lie was operateel on at the Cltv
Hospital the phjsiclans. In order to rcsmovo
the bullet If tossibb-. had to exercise mar
velous skill and c-are to prevent their In
struments de-troing the optic nerve.
Nowotny never rcgalnes consciousness af
ter he was shot, and his injury was of stn h
a nature that ren-overy was Imivossible. HU
vitalitv, iKivvovrr. was something marv.-l-ous.
enablirg him to survive for eleven
dajs a fatal injury to the brain.
T tSrnch Texns rnmfnrtalily.
Take the i.i) p. m. train from St. I-ojIs via
tbe Crlco Line and G . C. & S. F. Itv.
Threugli observation nnd drawing-room
sleepers and free chair cars to Dallas.
Galvesion and San Antonio. The only :cnlc
route to Texas. Harvey dining halls.
Twenty-Five Cases Are Reported
in a Mild Form.
Topeka. Kas., Jan. 21. The Topeka au
thorities have ordered a pest house built at
the Pair Ground, to which the twenty
live smallpox cases will be taken Wednes
day. All elay lumber wagons have been
busy hauling lumber and to-morrow morn
ing twentv-tive carpenters will ln'gln work
on the building. Authorities insist that the
disease is Cuban chlckenpox. but phjsl
eians say it is a mild type of smallpox, and
that a week of extreme cold weather may
Jnllict on Topeka an epidemic of this dis
ease. Splemlid ofliees for rent. JIT.M per month
and up. in the Mermod & Jaccard build
ing. Broadway and Locust St.
Mrn. Siirnli .ctil.
Centralla. Mo.. Jan. 21. Mrs. Sarah
Ncal. aged ears. died last night at her
honie six miles from this city, of cons
sumption. Wedellnc Hlnix. 1SU Koltl.
Finest Quality; prices from J2W to JM00.
Mermod & Jaccard's.Broadway and Locust.
possible. Our semi-annual stock-taking is February I. Immediately after we commence
Bs Our Glearing-Up Tisae, With P?!ses So Reduced as to Sake that Iks
ages 10 to 16 Wash Suits, regular $1.50 and $2 values
00 QQ a ncw and desirable Q0n
OliOU patterns vfUb
ages to 16 All Vcstce and Blouse Suits,
QQ 7C values 55 and Qry -yp
OU.f J 6 OOifO
ages 9 to 16 All Vcstec and Blouse Suits,
ftp rn values ?7 to
nd Irish rrieie. with storm collars.
55 to $7.50
REPORT OF THE CIVIL
i'i:i:rEXT.(.E of removals
Iniliortance of rteveiitinf; Intlu
ence or EavoritiMii Fiom Ie
Wishlngtnn. Jan. 21. The slxte'en'h an
nual re-port of the United States Civil Sc
vii i' t'omtnisslon has been submittesl to the
President. The report, whlb ceintaining
much information of value conct ruing the
operations of the commission during the
vear. dcal with n number of subjects of
general public interest. The n marks of the
commission on the lmportame of merit
scst.-in In our colonial possessions; the need
of in iking somo disposition of superannuat
ed employe; the Improvement shown In ta
re-duction of the percentage of removals
throughout the service, resulting from the
r.ejuirc incuts of the law- and the erder if
the President of July 27. I'-Si. looking to
Its enforcement, and the advantages to be
gaimsi by the classlflratl in of the foreo of
tin library of Congress and the munleipil
servl.e of the Duliict of Columbia, d. servo
special attention at this time.
The report opens with a preliminary
statement in regard to tho extent of the
el.isslJK,! ;in,i unelasslHid service, from
which it appears that there are approxi
mately TitMi classified positions and leT.'")
urn la-sllieil position; of thj lattex TlW
are occupied by fotirth-elas-, Postmasters.
There are I'.IK positions in the executive
-. rvlee In tl.e District of Columbia, and
more than 1C2.C") distributi-d among tho
States and T. rritorlts The e.immlssion
s-lites that the expenditure's for sal iries
for the entire service, cljsslllcd nnd un-
lassitle-d. is npprox-limtelv !Iij.t".(.io per
anmii-i. a 1 irge increase havini,- resulteil
from the war with Spain.
The commission asks Congre'ss for power
to admlnlsttr oaths and to compel tho
presence of wltti.'sc,.s. This authority ts rot
grante-d by the civil service law. and the
commission has lieen unjustly critic lcj In -cause
of its lack of jowtr in this respi--:
in conducting its investigations, when the
fiult is in the I-ivv Itself.
Attention is called to the n- esl of promo
ti n regulations throughout the- service ard
tie lmportai.ee of preventing outside in
fluence or inside favoritism from deciJin,7
Grnllfjlng , regress Is shown In the re
markable small per e nt of r'movals now
mode from th" classifies! service. The e.vil
service law rceLlies that removals from
positions subject to examination shall not
be m ide fer political or religious reasons,
but the order of the Presldi nt of July 27,
1!07. prohitltlug removals from competitive
positions except for Just cause, nnd requir
ing that the te-usuns for removals shall be
given In writing nnd maele u part of tho
ri'cords of the otllee. has had a most salu
tary effect. Onlj 3 19 per cent of those ap
pointed through the commission's examina
tions have been removal from the depart
mental service during the last sixteen ears
or n llttlo over seven-tenths of 1 per cent a
Tho commission recommends the exten
sion of the classified service to the force
in the library of Congress, In order to se
cure Its. stabillt.v.
Do more harm than tjood. Ur. Hon!. 01
P rt optician at Jlermod & Jaccard's,
liroadvv.iy and Locust, will examine your
eyes free of iliarRe and tit them properly.
Steel frames. Jl and up. fiOld, J3 an J up.
CALVE'S NARRCHV ESCAPE.
.V 1 i-operiy House Almost Fell on
the Operatic Star.
New York. Jan. M.-Mme. Calvo appeared
for the firs: time to-niGht at a popular-price-
performance In the Metropolitan
Opera House, and the audience was worthy
the incident. The house not only was
irovvilesl, it was jammesl. picke-d from
doors to dome. The naileries anil halconlcs
Were dense- masses of jHople, and there was
a throng six deep In the lobbies' The prima
donna spared no pains because her audi, nee
was not compose'd of theusuall fas-hionablu
class, but acted and y.niK -i vvondertuliy
as If her reputation was to be made newly.
The enthusiasm of the popular-price-rs in
these circumstances may be- imagined ta-
ily. and befure Turiddu was klllesl Mine,
t'ulve had found and won the heart of an
It was like to be her last appearance in
opera, however In the oih-hIiir chorus.
Mine Calve stood under the shelter of her
Iovit's house, -anxiously anattltic his ar
rival. Suddenly the front of the cottago
swaved out from Its walls, tottered, trem
bled and was about to fall on the head
of the prima donna, when two of the chor-ste-rs
.saw her peril, rushed forward and
held up the houe front until Mme. Calvo
escaped. The prima donna shuddered, lied,
and pulllns out her crucillx kissed it rever
ently. Hut for those admirable choristers
there might be an injured Calve to-day.
Meeper to Ceil u minis. leaves -5t.
Louis- S.15 p. m. il.ttlv. via Vandalla-PYnn-eylvanU
Lines', arrlvlns Columbus SSI next
morning, where connection Is made for all
interior Ohio colnta.
We Buy No "Sale" Coods
guarantee is broad and lived up
Skating Toques, values 50c and
. . . AND . . .
AS SEEN WITH
Camera and Pencil
General Joseph Wheeler.
DESCRIPTIVE FEATURES BY
Jose De Olivares.
ISLE OF PINES.
A Pictorial and Descriptive Panorama
of the Islands, the Products and
IX K??sn(frrs. th Kcnnlf nnrl their
A Tremendous, Unique, Electrical Success.
SOLICITORS WANTED n CitV and Country. Unparalleled opportunity
for business men and women. Do not apply
unless you mean business and will be satisfied with an income of $30 to $50 per week.
Address THE REPUBLIC'S BUREAU FOR
OUR ISLANDS AND THEIR PEOPLE.
204 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo.
BENTON LIBRARY STATION.
Arniujii'ineiils Have lleen Math' for
Arrangements have been completed by
the Public Library for the establishment
of a delivery station for tho convenience
of the people of llcnton. Th'5 station will
Is. located In the oftlces of the Hcaton-St
l,ou!.s Kxpro'js Company nt Manchester and
IZckolf avenues, and for the present the
dellverv d ty will b on Monday of each
week, tho Iiooks licltisT collected In the fore
noon ami delivered In the afternoon of tnnt
If the arrangement shall prove as popu
lar as anticipated, additional delivery days
will be provided and III all probnbilit tl-o
station will be converted Into a branch.
..el -e enlleetlnn rf hunks i-nns-tantlv on
i hand for the ci.nvenlence of the card-hold-I
crs of the suburbs.
At present the people of I'.enton who ele
' sire to obtain their re-adlm? material ore
utilised to iraKe the ions trip to tne main
llbrarv or els to the Cheltenham station,
which is about a mile farther ca.--t on the
Callinsr and at home cards, weildin? invi
tations and all forms of fashionable sta
tionery at lowest prices for fine work, at
Mermod & Jaccard's. s-oclcty stationer.
Ilroadway anJ Locust. Send for samples
JEFF STORTS RECOVERING.
His IVver Subsides nnd Ilo Ip
Jeff Storts Is still battling fiercely with
the Grim Iteapcr at t'le City Hospital His
vilality Is considered remarkable, and the
phvsiciana and attendants marvel at his
to: "Your money back if you
Men's Fedora Hats, values S1.90 and QOn
$2.50, all shapes, all colors, the price- .DOU
colors for tht; sate
Boys' Golf Caps, values o"c and 7"c assorted patterns indestructible visors 1 9C
Men's Fine Gloves, values $1 and R Op Men's Fine Gloves, values $1.90 and QDp
$1.50 for this sale TwU $2.50 for this sale uOu
!Vieo5s Furnishing Goods.
All our .".Oc and 7.1c Neckwear.all shapes 23c "Our Special" White Shirt, value $i $1.05
Adler's Gloves, regular $1 of) value - -$1,10 Our regular $1 and $1.50 Underwear. -698
Manhattan and Star Shirts, value$l.o0$,3 Our regular $-, $"2.50 and $' Under-
Monarch Shirts, value $10 B5c wear SK48
CIRCULATED ONLY IN
tenacious hold upon life Storts has a
Kl nit's strength and a KlintV uour.iRe, and,
althuUKli his splendid constitution has been
woefully weakened by the excesses of yearn
of carousal. It Is strong enoush still to
withstand the repeated assaults nude upon
It by the destroyer
e.sterday there was noticeable a marked
Improvement tn his condition. For five das
he has been hoverimj on the brink of the
;reve, unton-acious most of tho time and
delirious always. It has leen found neces
sary to strap him to the bc.1. and his con
tinual stralnlns at his bonds has jrreatly
weakenes! him ami Imi-riled his chances
of recovi ry. Ills temperature has run up
on occasions to l"l. lui and 1"I d' crees. Yes
terday, when Doctor Nletert visited him,
he was pratilied to flr.d his t( miernture nor
mal, and his KCneral condition sreatly Im
proved. Consciou-ness returne'd with the
subsidence of the hich temperature, and
when the members ot his family calleel to
.. .. titne ; khurl elm.. t.lteT he res?te2nized
and sjHde to the.n jatlonally for the llr:t I
time since Tucday. Doctor Nletert believes j
?uoris nas ,i itelier en.iiice. 4.,j nn; mew
than at any time since he was placed un
der his care, althoush he realizes that there
Is still ureal danger.
WILL APPEAL REESE CASE.
Coal Coin'Miiies Will Take llitr .Mat
tel' lo (Joint of Appeals.
Topeka. Kas., Jan. II. The coil com
l.itile.s have decided to appeal tho con
tempt case asainst J. P. Ileese of the
t'nited .Mine Workers' Union to the L'nited
.States Supreme Court. Kee" was held in
contempt by Unltesl States Judso Williams
at Port Scott and later released on haln.-.e
corpus by Judge Thaver nf the Court of
xppe-ils. V. c. Perry of Kansas City and
J. II. ni-hanls of Port Scott are preparing
S...K- V eirL- Limited. 1 11. m. datlv- vis
V.ind.illa-Pnny'.anla Unes. Through I
sleepers; dining-. ar service.
Caps, values up to 75c silk
and plain the price
QOn Men's Caps, values 75c and $1
L Ju all shapes -all new
"I nni not Won to inillcriininat praise, anil j-nn trill
lielit'vo m- wlien 1 oiiiiiIiHtli-ally tk'cl:irc tlmt 'Our Islands
.mil Their I'esipk'' is lie'vonil i'oiiiarisiiii. ami is without
fxcfjiUoii Up. most immuiiic-e'iit iirMltu-tioii tif its char
aitcr that I evers.iw. I ilo nut see' how any in-le-llii;e'iit
icrsiii can teftiso an offer to Imhoiiiu a sul)
s nlur." J. W. I'.tiel. Aiitunr anil Traveler.
"Tln photographs are undoubtedly the" finest ever
ntaik' ami (.tiHeclVtl of iln pl.ii-'s anil s(-etii's ileiieiisl. and
tli-y ii'prescnt a cost to tin- publishers (,t more than ?'.,
ut"). No inti-e cm be ton extravagant nf the artistic
and historical value of thee pliotnmiihs and the splen
did maimer In which they have been repnuliieed. Tlie'se
include pictures of the peeiide and their homes and houie
ltfe, noted plates, the niarvelously beautiful scenery of
the trophs, historic localities, famous battle-".rfunds,
eelebraled fortitlcitious, jmbln' buildings, eathednils,
views of towns, villages, farms, mountains, rivers, val
leys, lakes, waterfalls, etc. There are alse a number
d ai'tual battle scenes', taken Under lire, and showins
war in it tragic? and tlirillinic resility." (.;iol)e-l)emocrat.
"I.tt me thank jou most heartily for the numbers of
Our Islands and Their People'.' which came to me hist
week. They are certainly superb specimens of iKmkniak
ins, and before they take their place in the Companion's
Library. 1 piomisc myself the ple.istue of leading your
fe;iiuris of tiie work. It was very Kittil of you to send
the volumes, and witli my ou n thanks I w Kb. to join those
of the Comiianion." -Kditor Youth's, Compauiou.
"The reader of this work will certainly be able to
master a moie complete know ictle of these islands, than
he etiulil hupe to jfaln even by jcars of travel in them.
The- te.xt is admirjbly written and j;ives full and ac
curate act ouuts of the various insiples. their modes of
lile ct'.slonis. jdiysleal. iutelleetti.il and moral char
acteristics, homes. Industries. eti. all sraiihically and
cire-umstantially iie.crilMtI. t)ne marveK at the clear
ness and .shari'iiess of the ri'iroductious here iireented,
ami feels himself translated to the very scenes which
tliey dt liict. No one Is likely to begrudtre the money
whii'h will trivehiin jwisscssion of this, beiok. especially
siiu e the iiublishers have cairied out their design ou a
scale so amide and in a manner so paiiistakin-; and ac
curate as to make the work of permanent value for ref
cre nee for ye.irsto come." Oveikintl Monthly.
"Il is the up st elaborate work of art to which our
atteiniiin has been tlirvetcil tliis season. Tiie ilesisn of
the publishers is to familiarize the American public witli
tin- icsourccs, attractions, characteristics anil possibili
ties nf tub.i. Puerto Hico, Hawaii and the Philippines."
ninre.)3.fjla. mB(t ,j j
ct.re-i. tpKiallji tnrt
,n,ti,-.77..T7T..ZT: "".""T1 ?'Pl'a
Xebraslv'.i Kejiiiblienns Object to
Him Fighting for Trusts.
Lincoln. Xeb . jan. 11 Senator Thurs
ton's open acknovvltdsmcnt that he has
accepted employment as an nttorney for
the Standard Oil Company and will pp
pear to opposo the attempt of the Attor
ney General of Nebraska to have It ele-clari-d
a trut. has e-aus'J a flood of bitter
comment from Kepubllc.in politicians and
newspapers. Some sharp letters or protest
have leen sent him, and the opinion H
Ker.erally expressed that his action has
made thu Republican task of redeeminff
'ho State much harder. Thre yeara ego .
he announced that he- would not be a
candidate for re-election, and. as he has
broken with the Pnlon Pacific, his old em
plojer. the theory is advanced that ho ac-e-epted
a place with the Standard durimr
his term as S-e-nator. because he desired to
make I1I3 future certain In political clr-
..Y .Thc,,'Vry l," crrcnt that lib break
with the Pnlon Pacific resulted from h
lU'orsanlzatlou Committee refusing lo r.av
the, I0.(.w fee he asked for sen Ices lit
eonnection with the s.ile under morteaKo
foreclosure of the road, on account of ih
committee, not having .succee-deil In cettlmr
the Government to recede from the upset
him off with only P'.ooe.
r.npfr.i.ic spkciau 'Jliglli
Poplar Bluff. 2Io.. J.en i
was seriously stabbed by no;3"
niiz a ijuticrei nere last nig"
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