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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 10, IPOfi.
Ladies9 Elbow Length Gloves
Medium widths of flnnut Embroideries and InserUngs, w pattern In
Nainsook, Swiss and Cambric Krat new lots A' f
on bargain square ; ..OjC'lUC
Wide Embroideries Patterns are specially beautiful many eyelet em-
, broldered designs and ribbon headings worth .... . C 1
up to 50c a yard, at yard j ...... . V
Allover Embroideries In elaborate patterns for waists, yokes and.
dresses a wealth of beautiful effects. T ft .
at. yard JjC'tVC
New Arriva.lt Imported
Direct From Our Own
Long Lisle (Uloves in Mack, white and colors, also the long
Silk OIovps with lace arms at onr . f 25 50
glove department Monday, a pair "I "t
Special Sale Wash Goods I
IN THE BASEMENT
Lingerie Lawn' for col summer wear will malce beautiful dresses and
waist.- Ihese are 40 inches wide and half the ladies mfl
in Omaha have been iraiting for an opportunity to bity Them, epeciaUy I J
priced at, yard.
c ftnt India linm, 40- inch lawn, chtckel and striped, white lace open 2
P 1T - . 7 i: ll , I "" ' mm "
worc uiwns ana rrencn, pique, greatest oargains ever atri
offered thU year in fin$ white materials, at, yard I
J Table damn", mostly 2 yds, . wide, In
2 3c.otch, Irish and Austrian makes, ac
S" tnniiv m-nri h nn to 11 2fi vd.: Mondav. Vd.
S All pure linen ' silver bleached table TQ
5 damask, rood valuta at 59c yard; Mon-JQC
Z -dsy at, yard
5 Full bleached all linen dinner nap- Q
m kins, worth fiM doxen; Monday If)
at, dosen nw
TO REDUCE OUR STOCK OF niGH CLASS TAILORED WEAR
IMMEDIATELY WE OFFER FOR MONDAY ALL OUR
We have assembled our most elaborate and
beautiful odd and sample tailored garments,
most of them individual models and only one
of a kind. Stunning effects in fine voiles, with
drop silk skirts, chiffon Panamas, novelty
Panamas, veilings, etc, in the most beautiful
Jime SaJe of Silks
We offer for Monday 20 grand specials t
one-half their regular value.
Arnold's panaraa finished batiste, cream
and tinted grounds, with black and
colored checks, dots and fine hair
line stripes very desirable a
for outing . and summer I (If
suits long remnants; at, yd. a W
Fine batiste and Swisses, prettily tinted
grounds, neat figures, dots,
. stripes, and .floral designs
special bargain; at, yard...
New zephyr ginghams, checks, stripes
and plaids. In all desirable Q 1
colors enough for one day's slgtf
ale; at, yard. . . .
Yard wide corded madras shirting j'
white grounds with black and col- l
ored checks, dots, stripes ttm i
and figures; at, g
yard 2V j
Thousands of yards India llnon, 40
inch Victoria lawns, values up to i
16c yard this is a very
special bargain at
White checked lawns, checked and
, striped Nainsook for w&lsts,
children's wear, etc. 100 full
bolts at, yard
colors of the season some with the
fashionable sunburst skirts. These
exquisite garments priced at $60 and
$7 5 offered at big bargains for
Monday to reduce the stock
All our fine tailored suits that were priced
as hiKh as $35. These are the pret
tiest of the season's efTects, all new and
dainty for Monday, at.
SPECIALS IN LINEN DEPARTMENT MONDAY
10c hand made Battenberg dollies, ea.3tc
15c all linen tray cloths, each..' 5c "
12 He hemmed huck towels, each. . , .7 He
19c hemmed buck towels, each. ,
15c bleached Turkish towels, each.... 10c
6c blea. cotton twilled toweling, yd. .3 He
5c fringed linen napkins, each. lc
Vina Whit Wool, Berre,
Panama and Mohair
Skirts, Including many
sample skirts, circular,
side pleated and self
worth up to
12.60. at, ea.
Ladies' summery cool
Ladies' silk Jacket suits all this season's lead
ing style features at, tM or
Trie Kmart White Serge
Prlnc Chap Goat
Black velvet col'tir,
cuffs and ruU.-r pork-
em. al wool
shirt waist suits new
g SPECIAL SALE IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
New showing of the pop
ular Gray Panama
Skirts, a splendid
range of styles A QB
m ill !
SO-laca oil boll.d Black Taf eta,
worth 8o yard, at yd
17-lnoh oil boiled Black Taffeta,
worth 1145 a yard, at. vard. .
av-uoa ammTj ruuu ana maalnm gg
3-Uoh vary lustrous tola . . .
da Boia, wertk 1.3a yard, at, yd "C .
40-iaoa fcaatry najlty CxT da 1
Cnlaa, wortJt $1.7S yd, at, yd
(7-iaok aalaotad frada whit Japa-
naaa silk, worth 89 a yd, at yd
7-laota .Ttra baary wblta Japs- CC.
aaaa silk, worth tl yd., at, yd.
36-la. oloaaly wotsb wblta Japanasa CO
ilk. worth 91Mt yd-, at, yd BI'C
3d-la r.anlaa hand wor.a Japanasa Cd.
Ilk, worth np to 1JB r-, at, yd. . .O'l
14-lnoh whlto and craam riUH
allk. worth BSe vd at fV.
FROM TILL 11 A. M. We V
All silk rough Shantungs, In a good range of
tumes, shirt waist suits, etc., main aisle,
yard, at, yard
ro ighout our entire silk department at about
fio aradas of drsss and llnlm (7.
taffetas, all oolort, at. yd
$l.O0 rradas Bsst ohlffoa and dr.ss f0 '
taffatas, all colors, yd ,09C
Boorrada silk Soll.naa, all oolors, J9c
o rrads of oar d Cnptd, ' tdi
94-lnch, at, yard -
9.00 finest Imported Paaa Badlum f 4?
la stroat aad ovanlnr shad.s. yd.
FANCY SILK St lTIXGS
All onr 1.60 and 1.89 llnaa of
fancy allk Baiting's, at, yd
. AU on? 91.85 and 91O0 Unas of
allk sultlnrs, at. yard
All onr aso llnaa of allk suitinfs,
All onr 7 Be and S9o llnaa of ailk
anitlnra, at. yard
AU onr B9o faaov allk snitinf-s. on
special oonntars, at, yard
ILL NK.LL 7 Be SILKS I OK afo
colors. Just the thing for cos
speclal table, worth Tpc
Bargains in r.lidsummer Dress Goods
8FZ0IAI. Little eton, bolero and
Jacket two-piece suits, wash materi
als, very stylish and becoming a,
Eadies summer dresses
of fine nets and lawns,
very dressy; at
8.98, 9.98 and 12.50
Fine all wool and the most
popular dress goods of the
season 300 pieces selling
elsewhere up to 75c yd.,
not an old style In the lot,
black and all colors Oft
at, yard v?t yard..
Fine lace inserted lingerie waist
patterns, $1.50 grades, at, each
Cream Yachting serge, 50 inches
- wide, $1.25 quality, at, yard..
Bilk and cotton fancy wash
fabrics; 60c Jacquard white
silk wash fabrics, elegant
ly tinted and printed Eoll
rmt, crepes, loulsenea,
White Irish linen and
linen, .")() ami 65e
Hlack and white shapherd checks,
yard. . s .........
Black 4-liu.h Pananw, $1.0(1 granc.
B0 piems Mack all wool nun's
veiling, firti' grado, at, yd
Mmc. oiga's Fatlernlats
BoagM froa Ber Famoas New Yark Establishment, 17 L S9lh SL ( h
Every hat is a stunning model, showing the sum- Ct
mer' styles jierfectly the trimmings are all
imported and there is a variety of styles be
coming to every face ."ueT,?.1.5. a.n.d. .
Ladles' Qenulno Hand Made and Hand Embroidered
These waists are In the
swellest effects of this sea
son elaborately hand made
from the Royal, Opera and
c rs tit
9.98, 8.98. 6.98
Ladies' Sheer White
Waists neatly trimmed and
right ' up to date in
Lingerie Waists,- trimmed
with clusters of tucks and
wide lace inser
tions, at. ..... ,
FINE WASH and TRIMMING LACES
French and English and Normandy vals,
also mechJines , . net tops and torchon
W7V W 7V
widths, at, a yard.
THREE RUG S PECIALS
We offer three extra specials Monday in our great
davligbt carpet department. Every one means a
genuine saving. Offers are for Monday only. ,
9x12 Axminster Rng, a regular $27.50 44 PA
value, at bLmOV
9x12 Brussels ItuR, a genuine $18.50
Axminst4'r and Velvet Sample Rags, f OF
1 Vt yards long and fringed, at, each l.uD
GREAT SALE OF ENTIRE STOCK
H Watch for Announcement Later
ES EuhOINES, iA.
kntire new and fresh depar'niknt store stock
et:rythino right up-to-date
AT JUST OME-HALF PR1C
C0UNC1LMEN ARE SCARED
Democrats Fat to Boat by Determined
Stand of Their Major.
BEGIN TO THINK THEY CANNOT BLUFF HIM
While Peralattns. In Holrtlna: Tarly
above Pabllo laterent, Thar .
Realise Their lark f
Iiemotratlc councilmen declare ' them
selves not impressed, hu f the same
tlma scared by the apee.rh of aiayor lahl
man Friday night defctu.'S- his republi
can appointments and his (Tinala-handetl
victory over the soreTiMk.j in tlie Flist
Ward Democratic club.
.. "That bombastlu kind or talk doesn't
carry much weight with me," said one of
the councilmen. "Still, there seems to be
jcf doubt that the mayor is going to so
lo the limit to retain City Engineer Hose
water. I suppose he will win, toe. It
would never do for the council to lay
jts.lt open to the accusation that It baa
'lied up public work, such as paving, be
cause of a scrap with the mayor over ap
pointments. - "Again. It has struck me that a long-drawn-out
fight between the mayor ani
council ever appointments will mean thu
absolute Impossibility of the party carry
ing out any of the things promised bo
fore election. The interests opposed to
any change in the existing order of things
have not been slow to seise this oppor
tunity. They have been bolstering up the
defiant councilmen In various ways, and
ior the moat part the latter are too green
to discern the real source of their back-
Preletle of the Osteon.
"Personally I think the outcome of the
'enlftat will be the confirmation of Rose-
1 water ga city, engineer and the withdrawal
'of Tom Lee for city prosecutor and John
O. Wnch for gaa inspector and the agree
aunt of the mayor to name no more re
' ejrfrJUsas. It seems iult possible that a
rasas ec this character will be made.
Among the many medi
cines for woman'i ills there
are none equal to the fa
mous Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters. Every bottle is
backed by a' 53 years' rec
ord of cures of Backache,
Dizziness, Fainting Spells,
Cramps, Nervous Head
aches, Biliousness, Costive
neas, Indigestion or Dys
pepsia.' ' "
Dalilman Is still declaring he will stand by
his original appointees, but he is careful
to emphasise liU Intentions regarding the
city engineer, lie has told some of his
friends, that he .oard Lee und Lynch as
"One thing that weakens us In our op
position to Rosewater is the ,Xact that we
nave no good democratic engineer as a
candidate for the place. Any politician or
strateglJt will grnsp the big disadvantage
of this. It is not good logic or politics
to try to keep a man out of office unless
you have a strong and acceptable candl.
date to nil his shoes.
Reminds lllm of I'oker tianie.
"The whole proposition reminds ine of
nothing o much as a poker game, with
the mayor off one side of tho table and
the council on the other. Kuch side knows
It can hold out Indefinitely, yet as the
hours und days go by someone Is going to
suffer more and more, proportionately. The
pot will go to him who has the nerve to
hold out the longest against any and all
odds and raises the bet a little every time.
tvery step made by either party now
means a blow against a compact local
democracy, a step away from speedy and
efficient . public works and a atone In the
way of attempting to carry out platform
"Knowing the kind of a man Da hi man
Is, I can t help but think he will win. No
seven sane councilmen can stand up for
long against the conditions bound to be
During a, visit this week of Krnesl Sten-
ger, superintendent of the Colorado divi
sion of the Union Pacific at lMnver, strong
efforts were made by Councilman Elsasaer
to Induce him lo become a candidate for
city engineer. 8tenger was at one time
assistant city engineer and Is greatly ad
mired by Elaasser. The railroad man, how
ever, declined and left the Insurgent coun
cil without a first-class candidate.
i7 DOTY MAY BE ALIVE
(Continued from Tenth Page.)
luncheon Thurstlay afternoon. It was
served In the klndergarden room, of the
Miss Georgia Mitchell had as her guest
last week. Ulss Mabel Park of Clurinda, la.
Mrs. J. J. Stewart and daughter, Huth,
left yesterday on a visit to friends In Bos
Mrs. Adolph Henmng of Avenue B re
turned Friday from a two weeks visit with
her sister in Sioux City.
Mrs. R. H. Harris of South First street
will entertain the members of Unity Social
ciuo next r riday afternoon.
Mrs. J. A. Williams of Washington. D.
., nas arrived on a visit to Her parent,
Mr. and Mrs. W. McFadden.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 'Oursler and son
Paul, left yesterday for a visit with Dr.
. uursler at Odebolt, la.
Mrs. A. T. riicklnger will leave today
on a viHlt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. T. Spsngler. at Winthrop, la.
Mrs. E. B. Crandall has arrived from San
Franclmn for a visit with her mother, Mrs.
W. H. Spies. 1K1 Tenth avenue.
Mil J. P. lies and son. Adum, have
gone to Mountain Home. Ida no. for a trl
and will vlHit in Denver en route.
Ml Klhel A Med. accompanied bv her
srandmnther. Mrs. C. Aiji., will leave
uluemltiy for a visit in Denver.
Mr. William Nichplaon of Pnna. III., has
ai rived in the city and will make his home
with his son, Mr. C. R. Nicholson.
Mini Alice Wenninger of 626 Bluff street
is home from Le Mars, la., where she has
beeu teaching school for the last year.
Mr. ami Mrs. Nets Jackson of Court land
Uracil will leave Tuesday for Copenhagen,
IHnmark. where they will spend the sum
Miss Florence I-ougee ia home from Simp
inn college to spend the summer vacation
itli her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
The wedding of Mr. Charles Frederick
6tough of Chicago, son of Prof and Mis.
J. Howard Stilus ll of Midland college. Atchl
: son, Kan., and Misa Svivla Snyder, daugh
ter ol tte. aod Mrs. O. W. BatKler of ibis
city will take place Tuesday evening at
St. John's KnjtllKh Lutheran church of
which the bride's father Is pastor. The
ceremony will tie performed by the groom'H
Mrs. E. nay Littleton of Hazelton, Pe.nn.,
formerly Mlns Emma Frederick of this
city, Ih here on a vlwlt with friends and
Mrs. Mary Squire of Ottumwa, la., Is
visiting the families of her son, J. W.
Squire, and daughter, Mrs. Jacob Sims, In
Miss Fuller of Washington, D. C, Is the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Marcus P. Mc.
Clure at the First Prenbyterim church
Miss Crete Hooker entertained Wednesday I
at dinner In honor of Miss Margaret Hend
erson, one of the June brides. x Covers were I
lam ior eignt.
vIsitliTg ut her old home In this city and
expects to remain here the greater part
of the summer.
Miss Agnes Kulllvun Is home from Chi
cago to spend the vacation with her
patents. Mr. aud Mrs. P. It. Sullivan, 448
South First street.
The Kensington club plrls will entertain
next Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. M. F Rohrer on Mill street in honor
of Mlaa Edith Ilr-ick.
Miss Helen Woodruff of Denlson. Ia., la
the guest of Mrs. J. A. Williams of Iowa
avenue, en route to Wyoming, where she
will vpend the summer.
Mrs. Theodore Ouittar and daughter. Miss
Eugenie, left Wednesday for an extended
visit with relatives and friends in Colorado,
Utah and Idaho points.
The members of the Woman's guild of
St. Paul's church were entertained Mon
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. H.
Harris, 14 South First street.
Mrs. C. R. Hvudshaw entertained the
teacher of Avenue B school Thursday i
aiiernooil ui iiiiicneoii. .n. jijinipnaw
was assisted by Mrs. D. W, Hushnell.
Mrs Mnrv DeVol and daughter. Miss De-
Vol. cif Willow avenue, left Wednesday for
Seattle. Wash., where they will make an
extended visit with Mr. Clarence H. Judson.
Miss May Sedgewlck. who recently re
signed as a member of the high school
faculty, left Wednesday for Mill vaney,
Cal., near San Francisco, where she will
make her home.
Mr. Abe Friedman of this city and Miss-
Fannie Gross were married last Sunday
e vening at Burlington, la., the home of the
Uriel.-. They are now at home al 617 first
avenue, this city.
Mrs. I. N. Flicklnger left Thursday for
Boston to attend the commencement exer
cises at Wellesley college, where her
daughter, Mlxs Killth, is a member of tho
Mrs. Harry B. Hay, daughter, Margaret.
anu son, naroia, oi uayion. u . nave
rived in the city to attend the
Snyder wedding. They are guests
U. W. Snyder and family.
The regular meeting of the Mornlngslde
Kensington club was held Friday afternoon
at the Home of Mrs. T. Q. Harrison, Elm
and Frank streets. At the close of the aft
ernoon dainty refreshments were served.
Mrs C. F. Bieti and two sons left Fri
day for their home in Carson, after a vl-nlt
with Mrs. J. Ii. Uelknap of this city. sirs.
Belknap lias now as her guest Mrs. J. P.
Allard and two daughters of Eagle Grove,
Mrs. D. Doughty, formerly of this city,
who has been siiemllng the winter In Los
Angelrs. Cal., was the guest last week of
her brother-in-law. Mr. J. C. DeHaven on
Scott street, eii route to her home in New
Mrs. John I'. Fisk. formerly Miss Bab
cock. is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Charles
L. Haas of Fifth avenue. Mrs. Fisk. whose
marriaae took place about two weeks ago
In California, is en route to Central like,
Mich., her future home.
The Klatter Klub met Friday afternoon
with Miss Genevieve Wtckham. The head
prise was won by Miss Adah Sargent and
the twenty prise by Mips Helen Wallace.
The guest prise was awarded Miss Walker.
A dainty luncheon was aerved.
Mrs. W. J Helser. :a Glen avenue, en
tertained the TVaday Euchre club at her
home Thursday afternoon. The club prise
was awarded Mrs. W. F. Bapp and the
guest pi lie Mrs. John Keating. A daintily
appointed luncheon waa served.
Miss Charlotte Dryden. who has been
teaching In the (ilsh schuol at Coital: la.,
has returned to l.er home at rtl'l Franklin
avenue for ll summer vacation. She has
been elected piinclpal of the high school
at Glidden. Ia., foi the coming ear.
The monthly ' Vensington and .business
meeting of the Flower Mission .was held
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss
Uuigia Mitchell, tliti Mitchell was as
sisted by Mrs. Henry Sanders. Mrs. Frank
Plnney, Mrs. Oliver Patterson and Miss
Adah Sargent. Prlis for the love letter
contest were awarded Mrs. Emmet Tlnley
and Mrs. Frank Plnney. A dainty luncheon
The junior reception to the seniors, held
in the new armory Wednesday evening, was
a brilliant success. The reception hall was
decorated In green and white, the Junior
colors, and the dance hall waa a profusion
of black and orange, symbolic of the clnsa
of IRoS. The patronesses were Mre. I.rwis
Cutler. Mrs. Joe Smith. Mrs. Freeman Reed
and Mrs. Wadsworth. Miss Viva Wind
and Mr. Mark Dohson led the grand march.
The wedding of Mr. Eldln H. Lougee snd
Miss Caroline Schoentgen will take place
Tuesday evening at the residence of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Schoent
gen, 703 South Sixth street. Rev. W. H.
8tarr, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church,
will officiate. Mr. Iugee and bride will
spend their honeymoon in the New England
states and on their return, about July lfi,
will occupy apartments at the Grand hotel
until tlielr new home on Oakland avenue
The annual reception by the nlumnl of
the Council Bluffs High school to the gradu
ating class' was held Friday evening In the
Masonic Temple hall. The decoration
were In orange and black, the 1WW class
colors. At the beginning of the evening a
short, but pleasing program wag rendered,
consisting of a violin solo bv Miss Gertrude
Hulette; reading. Mis Fanny Dietrich, an
address of welcome by Mr. W. S. Baird on I same as last week
tiulialf nf Ih il,,n.nl .i . k.. u .a.mn. ..r ....
Mark Dobson. Mrs. W, & Batnhridge and
Mrs. Ed C. Brown were the hostesses.
Rev and Mrs. Marcus P. McClure enter
tained at luncheon Thursday a number of
the graduating class of the high school
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S TRADE
Lull After Heavy Summer Shipments
Makinc Itself Pelt
BUSINESS LIGHTER IN SEVERAL LINES
Fall Orders for. Shoes All lo and
Rash of Summer Hardware
Over Condition of the
The slack, Incident to the trade of the
hot weather months, after the shipments
of summer lines have practically all gone
out, is Just now beginning to make Itself
felt. Shoe trade ia lighter, because of the
fact that fall orders have all been placed,
and those which are coming In are for
sorting up purposes, and of course small.
Jobbers of dry goods report trade a little
lighter In some lines, and the hardware
houses report that the rush on summer
goods Is abating. There has been a good
trade in groceries.
Advance business on shoes is nearly all
booked. The market is practically the
Leather Is arm at tne
advances of a month or two ago. Borne
orders for low shoes ana suppers ior
sorting up purposes are coming In.
The rush of the trade on summer goods
In the hardware houses ia abating, but
business Is still more than good. The Job.
u nils ViaB VI illtj 1 1 IS) 1 1 rl IlliUI " ----- j i as K A
who are members of the First Presbyterian , be report n changes In prices for ute
church. The guests were the Misses Mar- , week. The business in builders hardware,
garet Flicklnger. Helen Flicklnger. Haxel j which has been enormous all iprlni, , s
Abdill. Maybelle English. Rose Ward, keeping up In a splendid m". The
Maude Myers. Margaret McPherson. Edna I "nly difficulty ia that the material Is hard
Wiley; Messrs. Roger Coker, Allen Savles,
Emmet Hawkins. Guy Vogeler, William
Knowles and Everett Wright. Benides the
graduates there were present Miss Fuller,
sister of Mrs. McClure. Washington, D. C,
and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Coker.
In honor of her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Arthur Keellne of Omaha, Mrs. George A.
Keeline. 12 Park avenue, gave a reception
Wednesday afternoon. Those In the receiv
ing line were Mrs. George Keellne, Mrs.
Arthur Keellne, Mrs. Deaton and. Miss Kee
llne. The main rooms were tastefully dec
orated in a profusion of June roses. In the
dining room a green and white color
(heme was carried out. The punch was
served by Miss Beno and Miss Klrkendall
of Omaha. Those assisting through the
rooms were Mrs. Spencer Smith, Mrs.
George Camp, Mrs. Hallenbeck and Mrs.
Frank Plnney. Over a hundred Invitations
BOOKMAKER IS CONVICTED
Mlaaonrl Supreme Coart Will Be Asked
to Pass Constitatlon
llty of Law.
KANSAS CITY, June . tn the criminal
court here today Charles Oldham, a book
maker, was convicted of violating the law
passed by the last Missouri legislature pro
hibiting the registering or recording of bets
on a hors race and was fined $oU. He
Immediately took an appeal. Dr. J. S.
Gardner, president of the Elm Ridge jouna j- ,hlB. Thev say
Jockey club of Kansas City, at whose ' aaon has been remarkable for big
track the races were run in order to test , Mus.
the law. and who was indicted . Jointly
to get from the factories.
Drags and Chemicals.
There are no special features in the drug
market this week. The volume of sales
is fully up to last year. In some lines
there is a decided increase. No single
arUcle has been In auch active demand
as to cause any material advance In price.
Quinine ia lc per ounoe lower, being quoted
at lc In 100-ounce cans, with the usual ad
vance for smaller paokagaa. Opium is sta
tionary. Grain alcohol Is 2c higher and
the demand is good. Cotton seed oil baa
advanced 2c per gallon. Cod liver oil la
tl per barrel higher and is quoted at tl
to tl.W per gallon. Menthol Is stronger,
price having been marked up Pr
pound. This article Is quoted at tlOO to
fcj.26. There haa been another decline in
American aarrron. ine new nun
In and prices will undoubtedly rule lower.
The market today is 11.26 to tl.36. Clove,
are stronger and higher. Oil cloves ad
vanoed 1 16c per pound. Quotations now
rena from tfo to tl 40. Oregan halsam Jr
Is scarce and high. Bajsam
ia also advancing. Camphor, while lie
higher in price, is very firm and
No shipments of crude are coniing In from
Japan and ther. Is considerable uneasiness
among Importers as to ways and means i of
getting supplies. There Is no quest on but
that 'campKor will ml. higher dur Ing the
season. It Is now quoted at 11.10 to tl
Cotton Higher Seat Spring!
. j nAm far
tir the saie oi mj .--
further advance In cotton Is almost sure
to carry prices of muslins still higher.
Paints, Oil. and Glass.
Trade continues good lit all these lines.
An advance has been made In glass by
the manufacturers, but no change has been
made by the Jobbers, although prices are
expected to go higher most any time. Car
ter's lead Is quoted at aVtC, while- southern
Is 7c. Turpentine has dropped a cent,
now being quoted at 5c. Linseed oil re
mains unchanged, boiled being 41c; raw,
Remarkable Flah Bnataeaa.
Although the manager of a wholesale
flah concern-In -Omaha Is reported to have
said that the demand for. fish snd poultry
has greatly Increased since the -packing
house scandal, the wholesale grocer, aay
thev can see no difference In the demand
for' fish. At the same time they declare
there has been no falling off In the 'call
for tinned meats, but, on the other hand,
a decided increase in the business on this
article has been noted. A wonderful run
of fish orders haa been experienced all
spring and thus far Into the summer, and
there is no Indication of a falling oft.
Prices are practically the same as they
have been for some time, with the excep
tion of white fish, which is a little easier.
The decline Is only temporary, as few tth
are being caught, and It looks as though
the market would go higher. . "
Coffee the last week haa ruled about 140
lower than the previous week. Advice
from New York the last of the week spoke
of a little firmer feeling. Trade la good
In the territory of the Omaha Jobbers and
the demand seems to be for a better grade
of good. The coffee man of a leading
grocery house Is authority for the state
ment that the people of this part of the
country are buying 20 per cent more of
the higher grades of coffee than they were
buying a year ago.
A substantial advance In syrup took place
a few davs ago. This was due to. the
strong market in corn ana me i-iwi-u-demand
for syrup at this season of the
yer- . 1 tmrr, lat
Kenned sugars are uui-imiru ......
week, but raw. are reported firmer. R-
. , ... , . . Avnmii. ana
the indication, are It will be d mcuJt to
gat suppllea later on. Local Jobbers are
advising the trade to fill their wants at
Cheese Is active at pneew run...
ago. Buyer, are still taking cheese for
export and are paying the top prices for It.
Strength la Cora and Teas.
- - i ... n. . ...-in vwet rnrn
in one oi in lr,k
sections of Iowa the exoeas of moisture
has rotted a considerable amount of the
acreage. The situation is not anything like
as promising as the canners would like to
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too late to secure additional acreage. While
the canners might like to replant, the
grower, can see much better returns la
neia corn, win. inb u. . - ,. .....j -
taken on the crop., They are, therefore.
with Oldham, was found not guilty.
The Judge instructed the Jury to -discharge
President Gardner on the ground
that the law does not prohibit horse rac
ing nor betting on horses, but simply pro-
Johoers say m" "- -,7, have
found Vhem aohorouglily cleaned up In he
?hnaVa.a.r?e.r m'.'iT.' "7 up"oA
bUnkets One of the Items which Is meet
ing a large current sale Is bunting for the
i?..v, 7 I,.lv. Business tiaa been good in
line, the last week, while In other, it
h.bl.s the registering or r'eoordlng of beta.' j ha. been .only fair. The "J''J,;;.
think there will oe an inniii" 7-
of six weeks., when the condition of the
crop become." definitely outlined An n-
creased acreage 1. reported, but the In
crease 1. salute be only In r
r 1 . a..An factor either way.
nas ni ."TT" T. .Am for
A local joooer. wn -
Jane, the Month for Henlth.
Nature, as If realising the trying-effect
the sultry days of July and August have
upon humanity, precede, them wltl the
healthiest month of all the year. In which 1
1 . . . - . . -l- hiB r, 1 1 r tnai
the e. stem may fortiry itseir against ais- i tn. spring ". "V! ' , .orln on cot
eaae. Every family should follow ,h. ex- l-wh "P.. the
ample aet by nature and oe prepared ior
cholera niorhua and diarrhoea by procurl
a supply of Chamberlain's Colic.
w.a riiat.rhM.AL Hemenv 'in is meuicine uas ,
never been known to fail In any case of a poorer quality
ihl. kind and l. .almost certain to be needed ( .riS.AUumrlf o'f" Brklsy cambric,
before the summer Is over. Buy It now. J gdranced at the natli. The threatened
very slow to undertake replanting. Spot
corn has also held firmly with nothing ob
tainable of good quality below 60c factory.
Again the market on canned tomatoes
haa been advanced on futures 214c per
dosen, both In Maryland and Indiana. The
Indiana price would make the cost on goods
to the Jobber today not less than 87Vc per
dosen. . Under present conditions, the Job
ber Is not Justified In selling tomatoes belor
U.0TWo1.10. Good rains he vo- fallen in
Maryland, So that growers are feeling .a
little more easy about their crop. It It be
lieved, however, that It will be Impossible
for them to make a very heavy pack this
season, because of the delay In getting their
plants well started.
The sardine packers of. the Maine coast
have gone into an association, by which
prices are controlled. .Under an agreement
they have advanced prices on V oil J0c per
case and on mustard lfss per case. Noth
ing ia obtainable on a lower Basis.
Snot peas are exceedingly well cleaned up.
Nothing but the higher grade, are now left
In the hand, of packers, .and the Jobber.'
stock, are smaller, than they have been for
years. On futures the unfavorable condi
tions In Maryland and Virginia, together
with the drouth in Indiana and frost and
drouth together In Wisconsin, have all con
spired to make the packer, very wary and
It Is almost Impossible to get a price out of
them. In many section, the consumption
of peas is almost equal to the consumption
of corn. No article In the canned gonds
line haa grown more rapidly In favor than
canned peas. . ... . . 1
The situation remains , strong en snot
dried fruits of every kind, with the possible
exception . of peaches. - There Is . a little
disposition on the part of some Jobbers
to cut loose on peaches, but- evidently It la
on stock that will not carry, as the opening
price, are considerably higher than the
prices at which they are offering f now.
The situation on future dried peacheb I. a
peculiar one. The growers are so Independ
ent that they do not care to sell, preferring
to hold their goods until they see Jus what
they are going to have and how the market
The rice market la In good shape, with
almost all the mills out of the market
Higher prices seem probable both on Jape
and on head rices.
flrt filiation everetses frir the elahth .Trade
of the Dundee achool ' were held Frtday
nlght at Dundee hall ' and eighteen boys
and girls . -vers given dlpjoniaa. They
were;. Frank Davis, Ruby Heft, Violet
Ollmore. Edna Farnsworth. Andrew Dow.
Edna Bartlett, Dwlght Long, Almont Llnd
borg, Edith Hansen. Crystal Edglngton.
Walter Klopp. Hasel Jenkins, Joseph Oll
more, Robert Haaker, Loulae Ordens.
Howard Scott, Harley Deems and Barton
Nash. The program oonslated of reclls
inn, AMava and music by the members
of the graduating class. .
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FIERY ACIDS IN THE BLOOD
All sfcin disease, are due to the same cause an excess of acM
blood caused by faulty assimilation of food and poor bowel action: tbi:
fierw'ar-rirl matter i.e. forced to the surface through the pores and rUnds
Pustule are formed, discharfiosT tcky fluid which driea and makes a crust
causinjr intense itching-. vVbtn ine crusts or scaD are scrarcucu oU
skin is left raw and bleeding-, rj.er
Sometimes skin diseases are in the
dry form, and bran-like scales come on i-he itching, espeeii
l- !, - ii,. l,n huvinifi hard and simply terrible. I
Sire Ky body breks eat with a
eruwtioa which la spins of all
dly at alghs, was
had tried many
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dry, often cracking, and the painful out beaeftt, and hearing of i. S.S.detar-
itching causes acute "flering It
does not matter how the trouble is is cared sad entirely.
-:i-,-A ttia, oansa. ia the tame an eooadid. Cal. MHU.
excess of acid in the blood. SaWes, powders, coolinj washes, etc., while they
relieve the itching and give the sufferer temporary comfort, cannot rt the
trouble because, they do not reach the acid laden blood. The best treatment
I 1 1 1 . j : - 1- o d c m Mmade that
jur aui bkib aiscaaca ia w. m ' -
is purely vegetable and one which acts directly
on the blood with a cleansing, healing effect.
S. S. 8. neutralizes the acids, and purifies the
blood so that the skin instead of being blistered
is nourished by
book on Skin Diseases and any medical advice desired will be furnished
without charge, . jjIT SWIFT SPCCfflO GO, ATLANTA, CAm .
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