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z Ctoro. Cluo Frcl SAX&RCE, RGCXtCLMDjlLL. Don't you buy a Suit or Overcoat until your have seen our stock. Prices Greatly Reduced. Buv where you get good merchandise (or your hard earned dollars: . Overcoats $2.98. should be $.00 Overcoats 5.00, should be 8.00 Overcoats 7.50, should be 11.00 Overcoats 9.99, should be 1500 Overcoats 15.00. should be 20.00 Suits in the same proportion. . We don't ask you to buy, just come in and look. Dig Ctoro. -JJr'T&iTcx y Cluo Front. - i SAX&RCE, fX2LAKD,LL 0, Four Special Attractions for This Week Revolving Ferris Wheel in Win- aow wonderful Handkerchief Sale Opening ot Christmas Goods in Basement Fearful Cut on Prices of Cloaks. W' have iust ODcneJ to the public a miniature fac simile of the world renowned I. irr s Wheel in our show window. It is proportioned precisely the same as the one Midway I'laisance makes two revolutions a minute carries passengers with '- free of charge. The window and wheel are profusely decorated with handker-- .U electric light, which changes color every quarter of a revolution of the i'-'1. Thousands have seen it already, and it has been pronounced a fine work of -'"d art. No one should miss seeing it. I landkerchief Sale. T ' uitiful handkerchief with which the wiu w ar-'l h'-l arc trimmed are hrinrr sold at lh ' nl.'r. hiff department reenter of htore). at ,:-T m'-shird than the name qualities were " i-ff.T at In-fore. Trices range le, 2c, 4c, 5c, ' l-"''. lar. IfOc, 25c. 33.-, 4V, 72c, !, V . and fi.m each. 1" Some of the Specials. ' ladies i0;uai handkerchief at 6c each, "t ladies' Swiss embroidered and hem 'M embroidered at 9c each. ladies' lini Win n,lrnilrit handier- hem-stitched handker- rtbl9c. at 121c. "" I'd font, .kii. l'. . r t. r - "DFIll !llr at lln 'MM hil!rr-n'a t..n.lrb'..f . nim.hnlf dm. M jr.-tiy box, Terr suitable for gifts, market! r "h tT l, l"t hildrrn's handkerchief, one-half do. 1 .. at V a box. i - - ....inn nunc ncn'lUH'iini nauuavi- r'l'. rn, -Viil .1..- i i bo i .t "nnt' whit knTn-.t itrhtxl handker- ' -ha!f do, in a box, tl.48 box., '"t lias b fine lithnf -anh nn the cover. " 'I in all handkerchief nut up in thin f mm-h more sightly for ChriMmas gifts Mt '.ristmas Goods in Basement. f u.. ,, k, Me have been receiving large in ' kind of good, mailable ana desirable fur ChrUlma if The greater jiart are now on sale. The public is respectfully invited to in spect them in the basement. Fearful Cut in Prices on Cloaks. We have gone through the stock, and made four great bargains of certain garments which will be pilled out on tables at fd.OO. $7.90, f 10.00 and $14.50 each. Understand all garments in the stock are not marked these prices, but fully 200 of them are. At $5.00 each, (formerly 110.00, 9.50 and 12.48 each) 95.00 is less than half. Twenty styles, as sorted sires in both ladies1 and misses'1 jackets. The cloths are in checks, light and dark mixtures, diagonals, plain colors and black. At f 10.00, (formerly $18.00, $22.60 and $20.00.) are in tan, navy, havana and black heaver. All sir.es ladies1, and a few misses'. At $14.50, (formerly $25.00. $27.50, $30.00 and to as high as $33.00.) most of these are tine kersey jackets, in tans and browns, with fine changeable silk linintrs. Surely these will go qnicklj at the price. The following are a number of special gar-. ments, very desirable not put in tne above lots: Fine kersey reefer in brown, grey, navy and myrtle, formerly $24.60. now $19.95, Fine brown beaver reefer plush cape mink edged Irom $25.00 to $19 95. Green cheviot martin edged, capo and skirt, from $27.60 to $22.50. Fortv-five more jackets and capes in tine quali ties, reduced from $3 to $7 on each garment. Space will not admit of descriptions. HARKED. PDfiSEL & VON MAUR, (JAYENPORT, IA. Leaders and Promoters of Low Prices. WHERE ARE WE AT In This Matter of the wich Islands? Sand. THUGS' LOOK A LITTLE MORE Mil ED Carlaea Apparent Divergence af tae Act. mt Mlaletev Willi, Tress ths halianU mt Secretary Crseaaaa'e Kecaa Latter Tlw Sacratarf mt ttaia Sarprtee at ta MtaatlM Kaa4aaaiMa That Ha mr Mar Ecplaia the Oiptaaurtlc BUMIa. Washington, Nov. aa For a week or mors the capital and the country has been waiting for new from Honolulu, is has come, and the question nturally-if nn granimat iually arising from those who are not try to explain matter is "Where are we alf" The news by the Australia, wbicb arrived Saturday at San Francisco, ia the story ot diplomacy run t absurdity if Secretary Gresbam's letter meant any thins. In brief the advices are that immediacy after his arrival at Honolulu Minister Willis accredited to a government which Secretary Greshatn lcuvr discredited called on the head of that government and diplomatically fell O-i us neck. Wri. Xei f Katert an Card Other. Butter would iio have meltel in the mouib of either Minister Wilii cr An nexer Dole Ihey roared enrh ether "gently ai Mickinit dove." I'mle Sam assured the annexer That hm I. ml their dearest interest nrxt i:rsrt.' and Dale responded iu k ml l'ne president's ietti r of credential to Willis nid that the min ister "will constant ly endeavor tn advD' the intereats and prosperity or Imth bov ernments" and so "render himself accept ably to your excellency." which the aania ia President Dole, the bead of the sovern ment that Groham'a letter aays wa es tablished ly fraud and conspiracy and should re unceremoniously bounced. And these facts make the average, unnrete r- tioUB "un-wisracre" and onsrammatical citrsen ask. " here are we at Aa latcidrat mt Sicaiaraaea. So much for the diplomatic news. It should be understood, however, that ths only man tn the Sandwich islands w o can possibly know about G res ham's let r is Minister Willis. The letter was nub liabed in the United States after Willis de parted from S m Francisco and no ship has reached ths Sandwich islands aince the able, and the extraordinary diKereaea nsv twsen Gresbam's letter and Willis' actions has made the ascertain in this case mors uncertain.' All that Secretary Herbert aronlil aa was: 'Wheat the American people come to thoroughly understand the K lit ion of this administration toward rail (hey will indorse it as estisely natriotic and Inst, and ths administration will ia the enu receive ths commsndatioas rather than the criticisms of ths country mt large. GENERAL RUSKJS MPROVINO. Is Dwtn Ban she Oaaswr retot alas teen Pease. Vinoo.ua, Wis., Nov. SO. General Rusk's condition is improved and Dr. W. A. Gott ssys he considers thnt ths critical point ia the general's illsess has passed and he is now con- valesce n t. Few people oat side ot he attending phy sician and the im mediate family know how vers sick: the ex-sesre tary of agriculture has been. General Knk tnnlc tn hi JKBB.T SCHC. bed five weeks ago and from that time to tne present, except when under the influ ence of anesthetics, has suffered intensely. This constant pain ta worn upon him and be is now so emaciated that his fa miliar face would hardly be recognised by his neighbors, but for his besrd. Ths gen eral's present illness dates from ths time he was at the Grand Army encampment In Indianapolis, when he was obliged to de cline an invitation t dinner with ex President Harrison. Hs has suffered a most painful surgical operation under which many men younger than Le Lave succumbed. fas m UGH Y LATEST THE RAGING SEA. WORLD'S FAIR BUlLOiNSS. The Eagllsa Caws as Uterallr With Wreckage. London, Sot. 20. Never before has such great damage been done to shipping as has resulted from the re cent storms. The hurricane is Mow ing in every direction, and ths En glish coast is literally strewn with wreckage. The same condition ex ists on the Baltic at Antwerp. Houses are unroofed, and vessels foundered. The los of life reported so far from all points is over 300. The Lehigh Strike. Bi.-ffalo, Nov. 20. Temporary houses for the men to take the place of the Lehigh strikers are being erected in the company's yards here. The road is tied up. Ojmamite in a Mayor-. OMre. IU'ffalo. X.Y. Nov. 20 A dyna mite bomb exploded in the mayor' oflicc this morning. No one was in jured though. Braaitiaa Cruiser Sail. New York, Nov. 20. The Brasil ian cruiser, Nic Theroj, sailed this morning for South American waters. tier.ETAFtT OF STATS SKtSBM T HIS DESK publication, nor will until about Thurs I dar m xt. JV:lli presented bis credentials on Nov. i ii I lie merit or the nth tne boata of the Philadelphia were dropped into the water, armed with Gal ling guns and small arms and manned. There they stayed until 4 a. m. the next day when they were all taken on board apain. And much ieruiation obtains both here and at Honolulu as to the significance of this manoeuvre. What Did Me Mean, AajkoaT Feme say that the movement wns tLe first step iu the forcible removal of the annexers. a step abandoned because the provisional government's army of 400 men is well armed with repeating rifles, and was understood to be rearty to flyht any (one who attempted to interfere with the annexers; mat me instructions to nuns did not authorize him to use actual force, and that all he could do was to "make a bluff." Others say the crews were ready to put dewn an expected attempt of the roy alists to overthrow the nunexers, Willis having order to maintain the status quo. for awhile. The rovaiists aav there ia not 'and never has been any danger of that sort. GRESHAM HIMSELF SURPRISED. The Secretary BvMeatly Esaectea Other Mewa Soaae Mara Baataaatiaaa. One thing is certain and that is that Secretary Gresham was surprised at the news of the Icontinuation of the provision al government. There wss a good deal of running to and fro In ths departments after the news was received, end when things settled down the order of ths day was "silence." At any rate nothing not even ao opinion could be gotten oat of any d. partment official. Vat explsns ton of the peculiar situation is that llln later Willis bad! something for ths private ear oi rtesideet uoie alter they had ex eh: a the sugary compliments demand ! sd by diplomatic nsage and that hs was expected to be quiet about ths buslnei and negotiate tor the stepping down of aonexers sub rose, as it were. Another explanation Is that the instruc tioos to Willis did not involve the nse of force and that ' when be found Dole loaded (or lnterierers ' be concluded to wait and scud home for more Instructions. Landing troops at Honolulu with unkind ryth-iugbts intent regarding the govern ment which we tave and do recognise would be a very serious matter and might take on a -phase in which other powers would take a haul. There le another ex nlanation: Willis may have found It Im practicable to put the queen back In power because she refused to go back without the armed protection of the United States against the annexers and he could not guarantee this protection. Koas Sf the congressmen la the city won Id say what they think. Senator Morgan and Senator Sherman are equally ratteen t, because for one thing spscula- sa uncertain basis is aotaromv Km Mot. Ya Be Mae. Teward Tearing These Dewa This Winter. CntcAbO, Nov. SO. Director General Davis says that the exposition tencpany will not mak a move toward tearing down . any of the buildings until neat spring. That contractors can claim ma terials from ths buildings sod wreck them to get it the director general denied. "We bare not come to an understanding with the Sontb park commissioners yet con cerning the plan to let ths buildings re main." he said. "We hops to be abls to do so soon. It is certain though that the main buildings will not be touched until spring, end they will be kept in good or der until then. The only portion of any of the buildings the contractors can claim is the corrugated iron roof of the annex to the Transportation building. They can not touch any of ths others. W stopped ths conti actors whs were tearing up the roadways to get the crushed stone from them, but have not Interfered with ths work ot taking oat ths wires that feed ths electric lamps about the grounds, for we will not need them any longer. Our polios supervision will cease Jan. 1, but of course after that time we will be allowed to guard our own property." The first work of preserving the fair through the winter is being done by a force of men who are coating with white lead all the great statues about the la- coons and the court of honor. Ths Mac monnies fountain is to be slmilsrly treated. DISCOVERED A ROBBERS' CAVE. l ive Musaaa fckrlrtons and a Let at Stolen ' rruper'T. ST. Louis, Nov. iO.A special to The Republic from Klizabethtowu. 'Ky., cays; A cave three and a bait miles from this city bad never been explored to aoy great extent when a party ot young people t bought that they would explore it far ther. It was found to coctaiu a number of large rooms and in one ot these rooms was found a box containing several gold and silver watches, two diamend rings, a lot of earrings and several pistols. In an other room were found five human skele tons, thought to be those of persons who had been rubbed and then murdered, and in this same room was a lot ot cooking vessels which were thought to bave been used by the robbers. Two of the watches bear the luitials "it. C. A." and a. M. McK." Aid tor Starviag Miners. Mils caxe'k, Nov. 'JO. Governor Peck has taken official notice of the situation among the starving miners at Hurley, and will this week tssus a call to the people ol Wisconsin for food and clothing to relieve the distress. The governor's plsns eon- template systematic relief. Hs Insists that Wisconsin is amply able to provide tor its poor and says ao ons shall go hungry In the state. The Alleged Baideasie at Graatsearg. AFPLEToy, Wis.. Nov. CO. Sensational reports ot the alleged refusal of Dr. Reeve, secretary ot tbs state board of health, as send sid to Grantsburg, suffering from sa alleged epidemic, are wholly unfounded. Dr. Reeve Is sssured that ao contagions disease exists, but asked a physician to confirm the diagnosis. Ke appeal hat been mads for aid. Ths wbolt matter will be properly investigated. Wlscoasla Christina Eadeaverers. Milwaukee, Nov. SO. Ths following of ficers have been elected at the State Chris-1 tian Endeavor convention! President, W. O. Carrier, Waussu; secretary, W. D. Gib son. Appleton; treasurer. Minnie E. Olm- stead. Green Bay. Miss Anna Bradshsw. of Milwaukee, was elected state superin tendent ot mission work, and Raymond B. Fraz:er superintendent e! temperas work, Life ImpriMn.nl for the Oliver Atraclty. MottGAXriELD. Ky. Nov 0. Willlsm Oaier hss beta convicted of complicity In ths Oliver murder and sentenced for life In the penitentiary. Abbic Oliver was I compromised with one Delaoey, who wss compelled at ths point of s revolver to marry her. Returning home the wedding party was fired uron by Delaney's friends. the grl killed ana ner parents wounaso. L. H. .Spriuic tne Chicago era OK wm tried to Imrrvw money from tbe Ames (State at Boston on his "word of honor.'1 has been sent to the boose of toractto tor three mouths. Big Maaaa la Park. Chicago, Not. 30. A big slump in provisions occurred this morning, pork falling off 50 cents. Bsaallpos Statiatlcs. Indianapolis, Nov. 20 A statement designed to show the relative value oti cination has been received by the board of health from the Muncie health officers. Of the 147 caaeatwhich occurred In that city during the recii epidemic ot smallpox twenty were fatal. The efficacy of vaccination was shewn from the fact that out of the total number of rasas re cently vaccinated there was but oaa death, while out ol the seventeen cases never inocuiaicu sacra were acveasaew , deaths; Of t he twenty-three patients who were vaccinated more than five years ago but two died. Dr. ssnl White Daeh Haatiag. Ebik, Pa.. Nov. JO.-The mate of the atesmer Maryland heard cries of distress eat in the bay. A boat was put of and " reached an overturned clinker boat in time to take Edward Wagoer off; bat the sorvivor'sconipanion, William Flannigaa. bad just let go. .tlaauigsu was H years of age, sad leaves a wife and two children. lie was a nioider by traae. ue and hie partner had started out duck hunting and and their boat was capsized by ths heavy sea. Wagner ia in a precarious condi tion. Queer gait for Daaagre. " Mascoitah, IDs., Nov. 20. Mrs. Mary Til ti v kaa krnnphl siiifft. frln Tni Deyroft far t?,500 damages for ths death ot her daughter Lena, aged 14 years. The Blutackys were tenants of Deyroff and were evicted. A short time later DeyrofTs wheat stacks were set on fire and burned. The child was arrested charged with ar son and confined in the county jail, where she died. Mrs. Blutacky claims that her daughter was innocent and alleges that Deyroff, by persecution, was tbe indirect cause of the child's death. Fifteen Lynchers Arrested. Pine Bluff. Ark., Nov. 93. Authentic rcporta bave reached here ot the arrest ot fifteen of the lynchers of Tomas Nel son, wno touna ois aea:n at tne nanas ol a colored mob at Varner last Tuesday by temp, bullets and fire. Among the men are Yancy Hawkins, the alleged leader. and Steve Hensley. Hawkins resisted ar rest and was shot at by the officers, which action almost precipitated a riot. Excite ment at Varner is intense. Great Discovery ia Steel Maklag. PlTTSBCKO, Nov. 20. It is said that tbs Standard Oil company is preparing to en gage in the manufacture of steel on a more magnificent scale than tbe Carnegie any other manufacturers by anewpro- i which bas been discovered to make steel directly from tbe ore that will re duce tbe cost to the minimum. Lively War of filtes, Pittebvrg, Nov. 20. As a result ot the National Plats Glass association n lively war of prices hss been inaugurated. Is Is still high, aa SO per cent off the lis to offered and agents and Jobbers ars mak ing private terms. m n II It J I II PUREST AHU BEST LESSTHAH HALF THE PRICE: OFXtTHcR BRANDS , -r POUNDS,20t -fei rlALVcS,IOQUinTEt:l54 sold in cams om.y