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MILK ORDINANCE FAILS
J FLAKES J
Intended to Permit Omaha Dealers
to Sell in the City.
ONLY TWO VOTES FOR. MEASURE
ravins of Madison Arrmr Knocked
Out r Tavklna; Another Propo
altlon Onto It Which In
COMMENCES NEXT SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, AT 9 O'CLOCK.
Come and see what roal bargain-giving is. lfrd price cards throughout the store tell
a tale of profit destruction that you can scarcely believe until you see it with your own
eyes. A dollar spent at the Nine Cent Sale will pay you the biggest interest a dollar ever
brought. Come and see how much goods you can carry away for it.
The Sale Will Last for Nine Selling
AUGUST 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,
but we want to urge you to come early for many of the choicest bargain lots will go in a
A. E. MUSTEK COMPANY
33-35 PEARL STREET.
" i" new wi i w ii in mn
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA.
32-34 MAIN STREET.
,inii i nahm an
Tae OonnoU Blnffs Office of the
Omaha Bee la at IS Boett treat.
Both 'Those 43.
COIUUUAN3, undertakers. 'Phuna 148.
For rent, modern house, 723 tth avenue.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. 23.
Law Is Cutler, funeral director. 'I'hone 17.
KAU8T BEKR AT ROGKKtJ' BL'FFUT.
HAND IRONERo WANTED. BL.L'F'
W. F. Sapp has gone to Shenandoah, la.,
on a business trip.
When you want reliable want ad adver
tising, us The Bee.
1 Jeering binders and mowers. Sperling
Triplett, W Broadway.
FALL. TERM Western Iowa college
opens August W. bend (or catalog.
BAIRD, LONUEX&CKUK & BOLAND,
Undertakers. 'Phone LU, N. Main street.
Dr. W. W. Magarcll, optometrist, moved
to a06-208 City lailoaal bank building.
Men's, women's arid rhlldren's Oxfords,
all new goods, 20 per cent discount. Dun
can b hoe Co.
A marriage license was Issued yesterday
to W liber F. Hubbard, aged 24, and Veia
L. Hamilton, aged 2t, botn of Neola, la.
Rev. Edgar Price, pastor of the First
Christian church, Is expected home today
from a vacation trip and will occupy ou
pulpit next Hunday.
We are making a big reduction on suits
this month. We also do altering and guar
an lea to satisfy every customer. Our new
fail materials and styles are all in. The
Fashion, 83 Koulh Main.
The police raided the rooms over the Beth
May saloon at the corner of Broadway and
.tiryant titreet Wednesday tilgnt and r
rested Margajet Wood, Cecil Brown and
Loraine Black. The first named put up a
cash bond of t SO and htr hearing 111 police
court yesterday was continued until this
morning. The other two women forfeited
cash bonds of Jia.SU each yesterday by fall
ing to appear In court.
' John Stephens Was arrested last evening
on a warrant, from the court of Justice
iiarrtlnei on the charge of threatening to
kill his wlfu. Mrs. Laura E. Stephens, from
whom he Is separated, and wno Is suing
him for divorce In the courts here. Stephen
has been working on a farm in Nebraskji,
but returned to Council muffs last Hatur
day. His wife and four children have been
living on the fruit farm of J. B. Mathews,
for whom Mrs. blephens has been working
as housekeeper. Stephens hired an auto
mobile and drove out to Mathews' farm
and forced his wife to accompany him to
'the city, Mrs. Stephens says her husband
made several threats to kill her. In de
fault of ball, placed at I1.0U0, Hlephens was
committed to the county jail.
of what frsnchlse rights still exist under
these charters Is a complex one.
So far as City Solicitor Kimball Is con
cerned he will, after reaching a conclusion
as to what rights still exist under the fran
chises, embody his findings in an opinion
to the city council. What further steps, if
sny, will then be taken by him will depend
upon that body.
- Tha Rex washing machine Is the latest
And most Improved high speed lever wash
ing machine on the market. Price, 110. P.
C. DeVol Hardware Co.
N. T. Plumbing Ct. Tel. 2&0. Night, F-1702
STREET CAK KH A SC H I9K OTIMOX
'Attorney General Dyers to Coaler
Attorney General Dyers has notified City
Solicitor Kimball that he expects to come
to Council Bluffs some day next week to
confer with htm regarding the franchise
rights of tha street railway company in
Council Bluffs. This Is a question which
the attorney general was requested to de
termine by the Improvement clubs In the
western part of tha city at the time It was
sought by the clubs to obtain a 6-cent rale
between this city and Omaha. ,
The city council, at the request of. the
Improvement clubs, submitted the mallei
to City Solicitor Kimball and he has since
given the question considerable study and
Investigation. There are a number of
ordinances granting franchises for street
railway purposes to different companies,
under which, it Is said, the Omaha A Coun
cil Bluffs Street Kuilway company Is op
erating la Council Bluffs, and the question
BISH TO OKT CAME: ITO COURT
Railroads Defendants In Simeroii
Saturday will be the last day for filing
suits for the next term of district court,
which opens on Tuesday, August 31, and
consequently buslne.ss Is rushing In the
clerk's office. The docket for the August
term promises to be a heavy one.
Judge E. B. Woodruff of Olenwood will
hold a session of court here tomorrow
morning and on August 31 he will open
his first term of court In Council Bluffs.
Judge Woodruff succeeded Judge Macy of
Harlan on the bench of tha Fifteenth
Mrs. Ida M. Culver, ss administratrix
of the estate of her deceased husband,
Simpson O. Culver, . has brought suit
against the Northwestern Railway com
pany for 1.10.000 damages for the death
of her husband. Culver, who was a rail
way mall clerk, was Injured In the Union
depot yards in Omaha on March IS, 1907,
while in a mall car, which was run Into
by a Northwestern locomotive. Culver's
skull, it Is said, was fractured and hi
brain severely injured. After a lingerln
Illness of over two years he died as the
result of his Injuries at his home In this
city on May 20 of this year. Mrs. Culver
sues for 115,000 damages up to the time
of her husband's death and for $15,000 for
the pecuniary loss toVhls family by his
Tha Rock Island Railway company Is
made defendant In a $1,000 damage suit
brought by Charles Q. Scott, a commercial
traveler. Scott alleges as a cause for the
action that on May 17 of this year he
boarded a northbound passenger train at
Clatonla, Neb., a town about thirty miles
south of Lincoln, and that, although will
ing to pay his fare, a brakeman attempted
to push him off the. car and finally kicked
his satchel to the ground In order to In
duce Scott to follow it.
Jesse C. Dlmmel Is plaintiff In a ll.HOO
personal Injury suit aualnst the Union Pa
cific Railroad company, by which he a as
formerly employed In the shops. While
asxUting In hoisting a driving box In the
shops Dlmmel's thumb, so he alleges, was
crushed In the machinery. He was, he
says, uiiHhle to work for two months on
account of the Injury.
Chris Johnson asks $1,000 damages from
the Wabash Railroad Company for pir
sonal Injuries alleged to have been re
ceived February 12 of this year. Johnxon
was employed In the local yards of tha
Wabash as a car cleaner and alleges he
was ordered to us a ladder while at
work cleaning one of the coaches. The lad
der slipped and Johnson fell and In fail
ing Iqjured his foot.
The Burlington railroad Is defendant In
an action brought by Joseph Michener, who
seeks to recover $1 999 for alleged innjurias
to a shipment of horses from Great Falls,
Mont., to South Omaha. ThouKh he places
the actual damage at 3.340, Michener only
sues for I1.9M) to prevent the railroad com
pany from taking the action Into the fed
Alleging cruel and Inhuman treatment
and that his wife has repeatedly threatened
to kill him, Marcellus Spaur, yesterday
filed suit for divorce from Nina Spaur, to
whom he was married eight year ago.
Mrs. Nettle Larson hut brought suit for
divorce from West Larson to whom she
was married In Omaha on April 29, 190S.
They only lived tosether for two months
as the defendant, so Mrs. Larson alleges,
was In the habit of amusing himself by
presenting a loaded revolver at her head
and threatening to shoot her.
Cruel and Inhuman treatement and
habitual drunkenness are the alleged
causes which Induced Mrs. Mary K. Stur
ges to seek a divorce from Arthur II.
Stuiges to whom she was married In Lin
coln, Neb., on October 28 of last year.
Mrs. Lou Mahoney seeks a divorce from
George M. Mahoney, whose wife she be
came In Washington county, Tenn., on
Novetnb) r 2f, ISM. She charges her hus
band with becoming addicted to drink and
that as a result he failed to support her.
Mrs. Georgia Bethers. wife of Jacob
Bethers, has filed suit against LeUoy
Hawes for 11.000 damages for alleged libel.
II. W. Whltebook, In a suit filed yester
day, asks $1,175 damages from the Miller
Brewing company for alleged breach of an
oral contract for the leasing of a certain
building In this city.
U. G. Cox has brought suit against J. F.
Gllklnson, editor and part owner "of a local
labor publication, for the dissolution of the
partnership between him and Gilklnson, for
an accounting and tor the appointment of
a referre or receiver. Cox and Gllklnson
engaged in a partnership to publish the
Union I.ahor Lodge and General Inform
ation directory of this city.
Real Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The
Bee August 19, by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company of Council
E. C. Hutchinson and wife to Wil
liam H. Cook, lots 6 and 7, block 9.
Beer's sub.. Council Bluffs, w. d $3,500
Thomas L. Smith to Elisabeth R.
Smith, his wife, lots 3 and 4.
block 2. Howard's add.: lots 17 and -18
and 22. block 2, Howard's add.;
lot -. block 2. Howard's add.; lot
7. block 72, Riddle's sub.. Council
Bluffs, w. d 1
Poitsmouth Savings bank to Charles
F. Grosklaus. lot lti, block t. Har
rison Street add, Council Bluffs, w.d. 1
Three transfers, total
r HTffSg r '-nr'T CMMlMUhV,
Our product and reputation are the
best advertisement we can offer
A. L Rant, tee. IHHIU Hsw-r St, Dsth
Insurance Men Coming.
A meeting of the executive committee of
the Iowa Association of Local Fire Insur
ance Agents, will be held In this city to
day. The meeting will be held In the Grand
hotel and the memebrs of the committee
expected to be In attendance are II. W.
Hinder of this city, president of the as
sociation; Vice President George Hender
son of Waterloo, Secretary Wayiand C. Bal
lard of Dubuque, Frank W. Kauffman of
Dcs M.'nes, Frank W. Coates of Dubuque,
L. W. Anderson of Cedar Kapids and W. F.
Grandy of Sioux City.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN HOT
WATER HEATING PLANT AND NEW
INLAID LINOLEUM. INQUIRE AT
LKFFERTS, 409 BROADWAY.
Federal Receiver for Beach,
Dell J. Clark of this city has been ap
pointed by Judge Smith Mcpherson of the
United States court, receiver of the Court
laud Beach Amusement company. The ap
plication for the appointment of a re
ceiver was made by William R. Gourley,
president and general manager of the com
pany and others, following an action
brought by some of the creditors In the dis
trict court against the company. In the
district court proceedings William Arnd of
this city was made receiver.
Councilman Jensen's amendment to the
new pure mile ordinance failed of passage
at the meeting of the city council yester
day afternoon. Councilme 1 Morgan, Mc
Millan, Shodsholm and Younkerman voted
against a suspension of the rotes and the
amendment consequently, somewnat to the
surprise of Mr. Jensen, had to go over.
Councilman Olson voted with Mr. Jensen
and Councilmen Bellinger and Rlgdon were
The proposed amendment makes a more
liberal provision as to pastuerlxatlon than
provided In the ordinance as It now- stands.
It permits the sale of milk pastuerized out
side of the city and state, provided that
such milk has been first Inspected by the
city food Inspector without cost to the
city. The amendment, It is understood, Is
designed especially to benefit dairy com
panies In Omaha selling In Council Bluffs.
A resolution providing for the paving of
Madison avenue between Stahl street and
Palmer avenue failed of adoption, owing
to the fact that at the instance of Coun
cilmen Morgan and Younkerman a pro
vision for the paving of Hyde avenue be
tween Benton and Harrison streets was
tacked onto it. Councilman Olson was op
posed to the paving of Hyde avenue on ac
count of most of the abutting property be
ing unimproved and he voted against the
resolution. As a resolution ordering pav
ing requires the vote of two-th(rds of the
council, or six vote, the resolution failed
An ordinance changing the name of the
street heretofore known as Benton street
extension to Hyde avenue was passed un
der a suspension of the rules. In order to
reduce the cost of the proposed paving on
Hyde avenue the council by resolution de- I
creased the width of the thoroughfare be
tween curbs to twenty-six feet. The reso
lution for paving these two streets will be
brought up again at the meeting next Mon
day night, when It I expected It will re
dive sufficient votes.
Lots Ordered Filled.
A resolution was adopted ordering the
filling of several tots on A venue E, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, which at
present are filled with stagnant water,
which has overflowed Into the cellars of
adjoining houses. The owners of these lot
will be required to comply with the order
within ten days, otherwise the city will
do the work and assess the cost against
the property. In order that there might
be no delay In the matter the city clerk
was instructed to advertise for bids for
filling these lots.
An ordinance granting George B. Powell,
representing the Omaha Grain exchange,
permission to extend the office building
which the company plans erecting ' with
standard scales at tha Intersection of Pearl
and Main streets on property owned by
the olty four feet on each side, was passed
under a suspension of the rules. The
company under its ten-year lease from
the city intends, it was stated, to erect a
brick office bunding U'x20 feet.
The contract wiJV the Miracle Pressed
Stone company of Minneapolis, Peter Nel
son and the Council Bluffs Concrete com
pany for their respective Shares of the
cement sidewalks were approved and or
dered signed by the mayor. The contracts
with the Miracle cumapny amount to about
$13,700, with Peter Nelson to about $5,000
and with the Council Bluffs Concrete
company to about $1,000. J. P. Wlckham
secured about $27,000 of the work, but the
contracts with him were not presented for
approval at yesterday's meeting.
Councilman Jensen called attention to
the fact that the street railway company
had so far failed to fulfill Its promise to
erect a guard rail between Its tracks and
Indian creek on East Broadway. The
banks of the creek along Broadway were
badlv washed during the recent floods and
the place Is considered dafgerous in its
present condition. Mayor Maloney said he
would take the matter up with the officers
of the street railway company at once,
City Electrician McKlnley was directed
to at once remove a telegraph pole belong,
Ing to the Postal company at Oak and
Pierce streets, in front of the Oscar Kee
llne property. One of the councilmen In
quired as to what was to be done with
"Let them He on the ground." replied
Councilman Jensen, at whose suggestion
the Instructions were given the city elec
The damage claim of A. Chrlstensen
who had a horse Injured by stepping Into
a hole on Fourteenth avenue between
Eighth and Ninth avenues on July 6 last,
was ordered settled for $J5, Chrlstensen
having consented to accept this sum.
lOl.TY OKIiCEIIs' CONVENTIONS
Clerks of the Court Want to Hold
Office for life.
SIOUX CITY, la., Aug. 19.-(Speolal Tele
gram.) TUie Iowa supervisors this after
noon decided to hold their next annual con
vention in Cedar Rapids, which probably
means that the auditors, treasurers and
recorders will vote likewise. Mason City,
Fort 1 odge, Spirit Lake and Des Molaea
also were considered.
The treasurers re-elected the following
President W. . S. Ellis, Montgomery
Vice President James A. Palen, Dubuque
.-'ecreiary Colonel Halgrims, Humboldt
Treasurer W. S. Wadsworth, Winnebago
The auditors, clerks and recorders will
hold elections tomorrow. F. W. Sargent,
city attorney of Sioux City, in an address
before the clerks, recommended the ap
pointment of the clerks of the district court
by Judges and that they should hold office
The auditors had one of the liveliest ses
sions, going haid after the legislature for
refusing to raise the salary of their offices.
The conventions will adjourn tomorrow.
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for buying Groceries and Meata here.
High Quality, Hrao liable IVtoea Prompt Attention.
Such a combination Is well worth your notice.
HERK AKK FRIDAY'S bPKCIAL OFFKRIXGS:
No 1 Flour. per bag $1.-15 I KeW Potatoes, per bu
8prlaf Lamb, per lb ; ,
R. E. WELCH
24th and Farnaa.
piMaea: 1W1, DougU. 131 It ImVpendcnt, A-U511.
operb Service, SplrnCId Keener?.
! euroute to Niagara Pais. M k.k.i and
' Kawartha I.al.ts. Georgian Bu. and Tenia
I garni Ii. H'iJti. St. Itiver and
I Rapids, Thousand Islands AUjihiu.ii Na
I tlonal Park, White Muurt&ins. New Enj-
1 land and Nen Jersey Coast reports, via
Gracd Trunk Railway Syst. .11 Double
track Chicago to Uoi.tri-sl and Niagara
Falls. Special low round trip fares ar in
effect during Summer season.
For copies of tourist publications, fares
and descriptive pamphlets, apply to W. S.
Cookson. A. G. P. A.. IJi A iama street,
FOR MEDICAL AND FAMILY USE
BUY YOL'R LIQUORS AT ROSEN FELD
LIQL'OR CO., 618 a. Main. Phones U23.
THK COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN, THE
Keeping Up the Same Old "Gate
lYs the flavor that set the gait for the imitators It's the same flavor that
still bars them, and keeps Kelloggs in a field by itself. No one has been able
to even approach it in either taste or tender crispness. There's a good reason
is the original the first flakes made from corn. The process of preparing has b. a kept
secret. So the imitators could not produce in a few months what took us years to purfuct.
$1,000 GOLD AND SILVER TROPHY FOR THE DEST EAR OF CORN
TO BE KNOWN AS TBE W. K. KELLOGG NATIONAL CORN TROPHY
To be awarded at the National Corn Exposition, Omaha, , tTsTtTo
Forths pnrpossof rnooarsrlnc thsbettsr braedlnf In corn for Improrlnt the Quality, W. K. KaUocc,
Prssidsnt of tha Toasted Cora Kinks Co.. offers a $1000 00 beautiful solid cold and sUrer trophy to lbs
person rrowlnf the best ear of oorn In two different seasons, the first season's specimen to he sent
o hi national oru B,xDosiuon, umana, feo., oerore nor. J7tn. lu. ibis oner la open to every
tuH, ituiiwu muu uuim in uia.tiiii'-ii taipn. i win oe juareo. nr me leaaiDS oorn amnortty
wo Hvrm, rvi, . v. uuiuou, v dmju tuia paper iur luriaer particulars.
KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO., Baltic Creek, Mich.
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SUMMER EXCURSION RATES
Special low Summer Excursion Fares on Bale dally via the Illinois Central to Boston, New York and
many other points In New England States and Canada. Liberal stopovers. Diverse routes permitted on tirk
ets to Boston and New York.
For tickets and detailed Information call at City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam Street, or write,
SAMUEL NORTH, District Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
LAND PROMOTER PINCHED
Indicted in Chicago on Charge of
Working a Swindling Scheme.
BLEACHED FLOUR IS SEIZED
Carload Illouln to I pdlke t om
pany of Omaha Allccd to B Mode
nod Shipped lu Violation of
the Pare Food I.avr.
Ions News Motes.
CRESTON The Clarke County Teach
ers' convention, which Just closed here, has
none on record as being In favor of Su
perintendent Adam FICKett or creston lor
St&te uLerintendent. in a series or resolu
tluns It promises Its support and Influ
CRESTON The Corning fair and race
mart opened aith a large attendance and
a good soeed program. In the tall tour
nament Corning won from Mount Ktna. 10
to The stock show is especially good
this season, one of the finest exhibits of
swine being on exhibition In the history of
PRESTON Walter 4"r. a Murray boy
arrived In this city Tuesday moiajnsr en
route home from Colorado Springs, making
the entire trip of nearly ) (km miles In five
days on his motor cycle, .-ie attempted the
trip once, ueiure In an automobile and got
stuck In the sandhills. This time with the
lighter machine he was more successful.
CRESTON The docket for the August
term of the I'nlon county district court
is one of the heavieHt which him confronted
the court in seevral years. Twenty new
criminal canes are up und many new civil
cst. Including an unusually heavy bunch
of divoices. ate filed. Counting probate
cases, tin re will be If cases to be dis
CKKSTOX-An Invitation has been ex
tended to the people of this city to use
th' grounds of Die Country club Labor
day. This is an extension of the privilege
w htch was extended July 4. when it rained
all day. Nor Is tiie city to be cheated out
of the display of fireworks which was
prom, t.ed, for they are to be itiven next
Tuesday evening, the opening day of tiis
ace meet and ball tournament in the cliy.
Quick Action for oui U :iey You K
that by using Tha fcae. advertising columns.
Crassest CsssUrt Kam is Wssrsm Chess
w a jeST? Mis,!,.
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DE8 MOINES, Aug. 19 (Special Tele
gram.) Thomas P. Krles. promoter or me
New Mexico Land and Water company of
Tularasco, N. M., was arrested here today
on telegraphic advices from Chicago that
he had been indicted there for land swind
ling. Krles claims It Is spitework and an
effort to force him out of the company.
Capital Postmaster Units.
Jack Heffleflnger. postmaster at the state
house, tendered his resignation to Governor
Carroll today. Owen Byrne Is expected to
be his successor. Hefflefinger was serg-
eant-at-arms of the house for many ses
sions of the legislature. When asked what
he tras going to .do he laughingly replied
he would work politics, as outdoor work
agreed with him best.
Holla on Pharmacy la it.
Attorney General Byers today sustslned
the new Pharmacy comtnisHlouin that It has
no authority to transfer itinerant vendors'
licenses, taking a position against C. W.
Larson, the late secretary, and the practice
of the old board.
On Instructions of L'nlted Slates Attorney
M. L. Temple, Marshal Bidwell today seliod
3W sacks of flour at Fort Des Moines In
the quartermaster's department on orders
thai It was artificially bleached. The flour
was shipped to the army post by the l"p
dlk'e Milling company of Omaha.
Arrested for Uootleaglug.
John Young of Marshalitown was tak;n
before Commissioner McArthur of the fed
eral court today on a charge of selling
liquor to Indians. In default of bonus he
was placed In the counly Jail.
Story at State Fair.
Word was received today from V. tt. Con
away, edlter of the Ames (la.) Intelligencer
that the ritory County lioosiers nave ae-.
cided to attend the Iowa state fair in a
body and will bring as many of the Story
county people to the fair on that day as
possible. A wireless telegraph outfit that
has been used In Ames between the Intel
ligencer office and the Chautauqua grounds
Is to bf brought to the stale fair and main
tained between there and the obuervaiury
building at Fourth and Locust streets.
boone people are guing to do something
of the same kind and will use ihe Inter
urban to come to les Mo'nes on August
30, and at that lime will install a complete
exhibit of the manufacturing Interests of
Garrett on Prison Life.
B. W. Garrett, secretary of the ritate
Board ot Parole, has accepted an Invitation
to speak at the meeting of the Iowa Chris
tian Endeavor I'nlon at Iowa Falls. Sep
tember (. on "Glimpses of Prison Life "
JOY RIDER SMASHES WAGON.
HURLING OCCUPANTS OUT
Unidentified Driver of C. I.. aondera'
Car Collides vrlth Express Wagon,
SIlRhtlr Injuring One.
Bowling alonpr at a rapid gait, the big
touring car owned by Charles L. Saunders,
plunged Into an express wagon occupied
by Harry and Herman Ferer, 2111 Cali
fornia street at the corner of Eighteenth
and Cass streets at 12:30 yesterday after
noon, demolishing the wagon, slightly In
juring Herman Ferer and one horse.
Both men in the wagon were hurled
from their seats, but Harry Ferer hum
talned no injuries. His brother was bruised
about the head and body, but not ser
iously. The motor car was. Is It supposed,
driven by some man from the garage of
J. J. Derlght. Charles Saunders, the owner
of the machine Is In Wyoming.
Miss VVolffS ecures
Notably Successful Woman Shop
keeper Secures Sixteenth and
END OF STRIKE IS IN SIGHT
Leaders of Stockholm Workmen
Open eat1s tlons with
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 10. The end of the
labor troubles which became acute In
Stockholm the early part of this month Is
In sight. The leaders of the various unions
have opened negotiations with the employ
ers with the object of having the men re
Rioting occurred last night at Gothenburg
and mounted policemen were called out
to disperse the mob.
After two years of remarkable success
handling ladles' cloaks and suits In an
impo vised shop In the Rom hotel. Miss
Wolff has secured a long lease on the weist
half of the storeroom now being vacated
by Benson & Thome at 1517 Douglas street.
September the first Is the date set for
Misa Wolff's removal, but before then the
new store will be entirely remodeled and
fittingly appointed to show off the same
high standard of excluslveues and quality
In gowns that has come to make a Wollf
gown or suit a symbol of excltisiveiuss.
The season's stock for the old location
was partly bought, but this new move will
necessitate the purchasing of several tltn s
the amount already contracted for and an
other trip immediately to the New Yorlt
markets where London and Pails creations
may be obtained as well as this country s
Omaha Is notable for its nutnb' i' of suc
cessful buslni'Hs women w ho conduct retail
establishments In the heart of the retail
district. Each Is progressive and highly
successful and the new venture on the
part of Miss Wolff will give her establish
ment an enviable petition among the city's
Children Should Drink
Good Ginger Ale
Don't be afraid to let the children drink all the Hydrox Ginger
Ale they want. Made as we malt it they cannot set too much.
And it will keep off many atomach ache from too much fruit and
Genuine singer essence is a time-proved remedy, and combined
with pure carbonic acid fio.s it is a splendid aid to digestion.
of deadly microbes occurs whin throat and
lung diseases are treated w ith I '1 Klng'rf
New Discovery. 5oc and H 00. Suid by
Ilea tun !'i ug Co-
is made from t'le beet ingredients with purity carried to the extreme.
Our ginger root c cs fro'n Jamaica. We make the extract our
selves in our own factory. We make the fruit extractaused for flavoring
fro'ji the fruit itself use only the best table) auger for sweetening.
We might use saccharine at much leas cost. But sugar is 07 per
cent nutriment nothing is better for children. We use water double
distilled and aerated inspect every bottle before and after filling.
And all Hydrox Ginger Ale ia aged six month. Yet it costs no
more than the ordinary.
Try a bottle today at one of the stores named then order a case for
your home. Your dealer will get it if you insist
Tie Csatantsrt Cs., Trniwcmt, Ckicsie, DX
Vv7r f gt HfdfM Cinaar Ala
W. C. Albach.
Beaton lrug Co.,
P II. Ehlers.
Poster & Arnoldl. H. LenK
Wm Mavden. J H. Merchant.
Ilenshaw Hotel. Idea Urns.
Order From Any ot These Dealers
Ilotet, Hume. bummer Bros , Itundee Orocery Co ,
vvainut mil tirocery uo., rue w. K. JHutts to.
Wllke-Mttchell Co. 1. Ktter,
pardun Hippie, Wm. O Uromrner & Co,
Johnson Drug Co., Krkerniar.n Pharmacy,
Wm. (lentlernan Sons, Frert I.. Mary.
Pchaefr At Sons, P Htraut-l imikM,
The Crlssev Pharmacy Happv Hollow i"r.t,
1 CO.. I1INTHIIIUTI HS.
Haines lrug Co.,
A. L. Huff,
H. S King.
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