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TIIE OMAHA DA1LT BEE. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1003.
These Druggists Sell C
m. c Bruce co. i-n i. iota.
RIchaHeoa Drug Co., tot- Jarasos.
W. C. Alrach. M04 N. 4th.
lVatra Drag Co.. 1M1 rarnam.
u Baeht. 7M . lft h.
Belt Pmg (V., ml rarnam.
Jot, BeU. llf N. lata.
. A. Beranaa. 1401 g. Ith.
J. C. BUhap. Sherman At.
C J. Canan. wot N. 4tk.
C. R. taughlan. 01 Pierre.
Knll Cormak 114 i. llta.
i. a. Csnta. tUH I. lth.
Th Crlaaef Pbarmarr, 2424 N. 24th.
P. H. bblera. 17m Leaver, worth.
E. R. Farneley, Boeton Store,
g. H. raraaworth. illl Cuming,
r. W. ra. 124 N. 14th.
feeler A Arnold I. tit 24. nth.
i. i. FreyUg. 114 N. let a.
C. J. Frlra, ? Donglaa.
H. B. Oraham 2234 Farnam.
O. A. Oroonouttt. 1424 8. 10th.
O. A. Oreeneejga A Co.. 1021 g. ISta.
rlaha'g PbarmaiT, 1101 Fernenv
W. A. Haneea A Co . 2t Areee At.
U Hetoo4 A to.. 1MI g. nth At.
John Holat. 2702 Caning.
Howell Drag Co.. rj 1. 14th.
Samuel B. Howall, 224 Lnorth.
A. I Hull. 121 Lake.
J. M. Jotineon. To N 10th.
Kaha A Co . 124 S. lMh.
g. g. Lanron, 120 raraam.
C. E. Lathmp, 1124 N. 14th.
D. C. M'NIU 1'.M N. lutk.
P. L. Weree, 10M S. 20th.
J. H. Wort-bant. S W. ( or. Jth A Howard.
Aoolph Marrltt. 1M( N. aflth.
W. M. Millen, 401 g. ltth.
Mrora-Dllln Drttf Co., U2 Faraaaa.
0. H. Mrera, 22 Farnana.
C. H. Olaon. ttlg Coming
L. E. Parton. 2401 LoaTenworlh.
Bernard Rohlnaon, 124 8. 14th.
Jtilltia Bnerter. 1903 Parker.
Saratoga Pharmare, 4424 N. 24th.
Aug. grhaefar, t4.ll Shaman. At.
gchaafar'a Cut Prlro Drug Store, :4 K. 14th.
J. H. Schmidt, 240J Cumtng.
J. W. Balden. W21 Cuming.
gharmaa A McCoeneM Drag Co., UI B. Wth.
J. J. Solomon. 1M7 Vinton.
Patar Strauebanih. 121 Vlntoa.
Jo. Tyhek. 2411 8. 12th.
K. W. Walton. 101 H. Mtn.
Hugo Weeeerniao. 103 A ltth.
0. H. Wlrth. U30 14. 40th.
coiiuil Bi,rrr irigist9.
Harle, Raaa Drug Co , 13-31 Main St.
). B. Atklna. 11 W. Broadway.
R. E Annemon, 30 W. Broadway.
F. H. Arnetle, o Broadway.
0. H. Brown. 627 Main St.
p-onn Drug Co., log Broadway.
Camp Broa.. 604 Broadway.
Clark A Klllott. Broadway A Main 8L
Oeo. 8. r'arla, 200 Broadway.
J. C. PeHaren, 332 W. Broadway.
Hanaaa A Werner, ton S. Main St.
Jaa. I. Henry, 1T Main St.
L. Waeenherg. 3I) W. Broadway.
T. ' H. Moraan. 742 W. Broadway.
Morgan A Dtrser. 142 Broadway.
8. B. Wiieler. 41 W. Broadway.
Jno. W. Schott A Co.. Ill 8. Main St.
SOl'TH OMAHA DRIGGIST8.
P. S. Clark. S4S2 N.
Pillon prug Co., S40J M.
p. J. Orau. nl Q.
L. J. Hon, J14 Q
W. P. Huffiky. Ml K. 10th.
J. L. Knoal. 1111 N. 94th.
C. A. Malrhar. 1401 N.
Howard Mayara, t"l K.
Q St. Pharmacy, 172 Q.
C. E. Searr. 444 N. 4th.
E. 1. SaykoTt, I. W. Cor. Mtb A U
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Why Don't You Have It Covered With Hair?
"IT CAN BE DONE"
Gf atiitonie Hair Food
WILL DO IT
It is Absolutely Pure and Non-Alcoholic
Sold the World Oyer. Three Sizes, for Onei Two arid Five Dollars the Bottle
SPECIAL OFFER Six (6) One Dollar Bottles for Five Dollars, Express Prepaid to any part of the United
States or Canada.
Makes Hair Grow
Prerents and Stops Hair Falling
Prevents and Cures Dandruff
PreVents and Stops Baldness
Prevents and Cures Itching and Scalp
Is Free from Grease and Sediment
The Modern Hair Dress'ng
Absolutely Pure and O-So-Good
For the Hair and Scalp
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE?
All who haao Neglected their hair or haro any
Barloua hair or aualp Troublo and ara Alarmed
or Worried bacauaa Thay hava Vaed or Dona tha
Wrong Thing and Po Not Know What To Ho. ara
Recommended to Call an t'a or Wrlta our MEDI
CAL AND SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT. I'onduUed
by a Board oi Hair and Scalp Bpaclallata. -
Tha Cranltonle Corporation ara tha Only manu
facturer ot a hair ana acalp preparation In th
world that Maintain a Madlcal Department where
dtaeaaea of tha hair and acalp ara Studied by
Ssaclallata rogularly graduated and llcenaed Phi
alclane who derote their entlr tlma and Knar
gtaa to thla Important aahiect.
Plaaaa Wrlto aa and Sand by Mall a law halra
pulled from tha head, or a earns la from th dally
comblnga, lor mlcroeeopleal elimination, and our
Madlcal Board will Dlagnoaa your caee and
Olra or Send yott by mall a full Report, absolutely
frao. Offlca Houra I to t. CoaaulUllon. Mlrro
aeopla Eiamlnatloa and Dlagnoala ABSOLUTKLT
PRES BT MAIL
r'REE HAIR AND SCALP, FOOD.
To enable the Public to Observe
Its Absolute Purity and Learn ot It
Possibilities, and What It Has Done
for Others A LARdE TRIAL
SIZE BOTTLE will be sent FREE,
by mall, postpaid, to all that send
Name and Complete Address and
Ten cents In stamps or coin to pay
Cranitonic Hair Food Co.
Incorporated Mar eh, 18O0, TJ.dor th. Law. of New York Slate.
if0T Th Bo ara melted to call at tha Cranltonle Hair and Scalp Inatltuta when i. v.- v,i
oopo and got aa llluetrated book of tha Cara of tha Hair. It'g "Hair Education ThoiT in i?., 1. ,w ,Tor
It Halborm Viaduct. London, or I Rua da la Parla. Parla. aucauoa. Thoaa In Curope .hould call or
and aee thalr hair undr tha Mlero
wrlto Cranl Tonlqua Hair Food Co.,
MONEY IS FOR THE ORPHANS
Louisville Han Leaves Almost Entiie
Fortune to a Home.
PROVIDES - FOR Kli OWN FUNERAL
ata that Body Be Taken by Special
TraJa Claelnaatl and Buffet
Cara be Well Storked
for Hla Friend.
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. May 22. -The will of
tha lata Captain XV. T. Norton, Loulsvllle'g
ecentrlo capitalist and landed proprietor
who died recently at Coronado Beach. Cal.,
was Died for probata today.
Tha estate Is conservatively valued at
11, 0O0.0OC Bequests to frlenda here amount
to $71,000 and tha residue, which will proba
bly be 900,000, Is left to the Baptist Or
phans' home at Louisville. Captain Nor
ton was not a member ot any church.
Dr. Joseph A. Sweeney, who attended
Captain Norton, Is left $13,000. tha family
servants ata remembered In sums ranging
from $1,000 to $3,000 and the Coronado Beach
property, and $3,000 Is left to Douglas W.
Robinson of Indiana, "a friend." Tha ex
ecutors would place no definite value upon
the estate, aa Captain Norton owned prop'
arty in several states in addition to his
Tha will, which Is characteristic of Cap
tain Norton, opens with quotations of Ufa
and death by Shakespeare, Byron and
JYyor, and Its second clause provides for
his funeral in the following, words:
Provided, that no services of a religious
"character be held at his funeral; that a
train of Pullmans be chartered
to take hla remains from Louisville, where
he has for so long been buried alive, to
Cincinnati; that the bullets of the cars be
well stocked with good things to eat and
drink. In order that hla friends do not thirst
er hunter; that while the remains axe
being cremated at Cincinnati, an orcheatra
render a program ot popular and select
Tha program la attached to tha will and
It la stipulated that when an intermission
la reached tha friends ask tha orchestra to
Join them In "drinking my bon voyage."
COTTON MARKET IS NERVOUS
Liverpool Quotations Open Higher,
bat New Tork la Some
NEW YORK, May 22. -At the start today
cotton prices at Liverpool were not far
from expectations. They shot up and 'at
10 o'clock were 8 to M points higher than
Later the market became weaker and
declines were noted, but at the tlma of
the local opening they were still about S
Last night many of the local traders were
disposed to look tor a continued decline
and at the opening here the volume of
covering was enormous, while fresh buying
orders came pouring in on the cable news.
Prices opened on the New York exchange
at an advance of S to 20, with July. selling
from 10.86 to 10.87 on tha call.
The advance at Liverpool was attributed
by many to buying orders from this side
and those who were yesterday proclaiming
the collapse of the bull movement again
professed their confidence In tha bull lead
er's ability to control the market.
After the initial rush of buying the bears
attacked the market vigorously and being
favored by the continued heavy movement,
with favorable crop weather and the break
abroad, were successful In causing a loss
from the best of about 10 points on the
active months. Then speculation became
leas active, although fluctuating were fre
quent and nervous.
Tha suspension of F. M. Tucker A Co. of
Boston waa officially announced on the ex
change today, but had little or no effect
on the aontlment, as the firm In question Is
believed to, have only been slightly Inter
ested In cotton.
. During the entire forenoon the market
was vary Irregular. As compared with' last
night ths market was net 1&18 points on
the old and '8 points higher on tha new
TRACES OF PREHISTORIC MAN
Foand la Caves ot Shasta County,
California, by Sclen.
BERKELEY, Cal., May. 22. The paleon
tologists of the University ot California,
sent to delve Into the Potter caves in
Bhaata county, have met with very great
success In their researches.
The first report from the exploration has
Just reached the university. It shows that
the caves are a rich field for Investigation,
for In tha brief time the party has been
there many valuable specimens of bones
of extinct animals have been unearthed.
Altogether 4,000 specimens were unearthed,
most of them In a good state of preserva
tion. Seventeen of the species of animals
found ara ot the extinct kind.
The most Interesting discoveries were
traces of prehistoric men. They consist of
number of polished bone and stone imple
ments which might have served early man
kind as utensils or weapons.
DOLLAR WORTH FIFTY CENTS
Valae of Silver Cola In Mexleo Is
Boon to Havo Fixed
UNION PACIFIC'S ANSWER
Declares Its Forit'on Before Iaterttata
ADMITS A REBATE AGREEMENT EXISTS
Sets Forth Same and. Locations of
Elevators to Owaers of Which it
rays Percentage for Business
WASHINGTON, Msy a.-The Union Pa.
cine today filed with the Interstate Com
merce commission Its answer to ths order
of the commission Instituting an Investiga
tion of, the alleged rebates of the Union
Pacific to elevators.
The Union Paclflo admits that It has an
agreement with the Midland Elevator com
pany at Kansas City, and the Omaha Ele
vator company at Council Bluffs, both com
panies being representatives of Peavey aV
Co., under the terms of which agreements
the Union Paclflo payg 114 cents pr
oounda for receiving, tranaferrlng and
handling all grain which passes through
The Union Pacific says these elevators
are absolutely necessary to the economical
and profitable handling of Its grain busi
ness and that instead of building and oper
ating the elevator It arranged with tha
representatives ot the Peavey concern to
construct and operate them and furnisn
the necessary facilities for handling all
grain shipped over and consigned to tha
Union Pacino lines, - ...
The company denies that the allowance
so paid is excessive or greater than simi
lar charges generally Imposed for like serv
ices, nor that it subjected other grain ship
pers to unjust discrimination, nor that It
discriminates in favor of the Peavey com
pany, nor enables the latter to obtain
transportation of their grain at net rates
or charges less than the regular tariffs.
The company says the Interstate com
merce law Is not being violated and asks
that the proceedings be dismissed.
Plana of Havy Changed.
Tha various recent changes In the Euro
pean squadron have caused a suspension of
the olans of the Navy department respect
ing the foreign movements ot the ships
which now compose it. Yesterday the three
nrotected cruisers. Albany. Cincinnati and
Raleigh, sailed from Vllletranche for the
Asiatic station, where, with New Orleans,
they are to form a separata division of the
Asiatic fleet. The departure of these three
ships reduces the European squadron to
the flagship Chicago nd the gunboat Ma-
chlas, last reported at Marseilles. Soon,
however they wilt be reinforced by Ban
Francisco, which has sailed from Santiago
for Lisbon. Under the changed circum
stances it will depend on the president him
self whether this squadron will go to Kiel.
Both Secretary Hay and Acting Secretary
Darling are awaiting his return . before
reaching a decision. The principal objec
tion to sending this squadron to Kiel Is
the insignificance both In the number and
character of the ships ot which It is comprised.
Treaty negotiations between the United
States and China commissioners are again
moving forward and the prospect Is bright
for a successful Issue. Practically only
two points of Importance remain to ba
agreed on, and one of these is the provision
for the progress of the new ports In Man
churia. This has been the most serious
obstacle to the consummation of the treaty.
It la believed, however, that there will be
a compromise and the United States will
secure one instead Of three ports, the choice
falling- oh Tatung Keutat at the mouth of
the Yalu river.- ' ' -
Freight tot Philippines.
Colonel Patten, acting quartermaster gen
eral of the army, today decided to accept
two bids for carrying freight from the Pa
clflo coast to the .Philippines. The bids
were the same on miscellaneous freight and
passengers. The contracts wi:i be msde
with the Paclflo Mall Steamship company
for Ban Francisco freight and with the
Boston Bteamshlp company for freight
The rate Is $4.25 from either point to Ma
nila; officers $125' each, with subsistence
soldiers $40 to $50, according to the number
when subsisted enroute and $30 to $40 ac
cording to number when fed by the gov
ernment; animals $110 per head from San
Frsnclsco and $100 per head from Seattle
when subsisted by the companies, and $SS
and $75 respectively whet, suDBtsted by the
United States. 1
The action today does not r.iean that
transport service of the government will
be discontinued, but the contracts are made
for such freight as may not be carried by
To Enforce Antl-Adnlteratlon Act.
The State department Is co-operating
with the Agricultural and Treasury depart
ments to carry out the terms of the antl.
adulteration clause of the agricultural ap
propriation act passed by the last congress,
and it will not be surprising If the results
are of exceeding importance.
The test case, the foundation of which
has been laid in the Agricultural and Treas
ury .departments, will be ha4 tinn im
portations of adulterated German Rhine
wines, me etate department has received
rrom me Agricultural department a r
quest for a copy of the record of proceed
ings in tne mm or Dr. Schnspe von Hope,
one Of the Urgent wine maker in mu..
stein, who has been tried in Germany for
aauueraung wine. '
A great deal of this wine r-ome. tn 1 .
lea, and the Agricultural and Treasury
departments wish to secure the lea-i i
dence upon which It may be excluded. The
Etate department therefore tran.miti.
the United States consul at Mayence a
request for a cony of the reenrda
It has been alleged bv tha chamninn. i
the anti-adulteration act that the German
law does not prevent Indiscriminate and
wholesale adulteration of foods and in.
provided they are not to ba cyinnllmdul In
Germany,, and very careful Inquiry la to be
maae into tne proor of thla statement,
though It must be said that the officials
here place little credence In it. If, how
ever. It should be well founded, haajut
the consul s report, considerable additions
will be made to the list of forbidden Ira
Ask any woman who s the best milliner-
jDaviesf S .
J 1911 Douglas 5t.
Jjf J r Not Get
Struck by the Strike
Makes Sensational Selling
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Wanted, a band of fourteen to travel with
fiisl-class a how. Address E tS. Bee office.
i Order Irene IT. Mar a Com ran y
EL PASO, Tex., May 22.-U is certsln
that Mexico will soon have a dollar fixed
at a nonfluctuatlng value of 50 cents.
This news comes to El Paso from official
sources. It la said that Mexico s nnanclers
will never permit silver to be secondary
In the republic. They will allow it to be
the coin ot the realm, however, only at a
Within six months Enrique Creel, who
In conjunction with Secretary of Finance
Llmantour, controls ths ftnanoea of Mexico,
la expected to bring thla about.
Silver Is being hoarded In Mexico today
as was gold In the days of the gold stand
ard. As a result or ttia assurance of a
stable currency In Mexico much foreign
capital Is being Invested there and more
will be placed within the next few months,
Roads Aro Hot to Consolidate.
NEW YORK, May M President Gillette
of the Itenver A Southwestern Railroad
company today authorised the denial of
the report that the Ienver el Southwestern
road la to be absorbed by the Colorado
Springs & Cripple Creek road, lie aalii
that no negotlauona to that end were under
way. Mr. Uillette also sai.i tnai tne inter
ent payment on the i per rent bunda (eVi,
(ft of the lxnver A Bnjithweslra, due
June X, wul frumytiy be iah
Anabaaaador Gets Crank Lettera.
Crank letters are appearing In the mall
of the Russian ambassador Count Caaalnl
They criticise his utterances and attack his
arguments concerning ths character of the
Rutialan Jewa. Secretary Hay Is also get
ting his share of such communications.
These ' letters, however, give no serious
concern to either the secretary or ths am
Count Casslnl had Intended to leave the
United States next Tuesday tor a vacation
In Russia, but he now finds himself ob
liged to remain until June S. Secretary Hay
and the ambassador had a long conference
today, preaumably with reference to the
status ot the Jews In Russia and the ut
terancea of the American newspapers In
As things now stand it la said that
there Is nothing for the department to do
as tha Russian government appears to have
acted. There Is not believed to be anv
thing of a recurrence of anti-Jewish out
breaks, the Russian government having
given strict orders to the local authorities
and the latter will be held responsible for
Service Is to Be stesanaed.
Puetmaater General Payne baa ordered
Saturday 300 imported pattern Mts the gen
uine creations direct from Paris in the
original packages imported to sell at $35 to
$45 notsone worth less than $35.
Your Choice $10
They've got to go and we've put a price on
them to make them go strike or no strike. ,
The sale will hardly last more than one day.
the Immediate resumption of service on the
uspended rural free delivery man route
at Gallatin. Tenn. The resignation or Jonn
C. Allgood. the negro carrier who was in
timidated and who refused to resume work,
has been accepted and the Civil Service
commission has been called on to certify
carrier to fill his place.
Postmaster General Hestralned.
Justice Hse-ner of the district supreme
court today Issued a temporary restraining
order requiring the postmaster general to
continue to accord second-class mall privi
leges to the New England railway publica
tions publishing further court proceedings.
Confer Over Postofllee.
Captain Henry A. Castle, auditor for the
Poetoffice . department and comptroller
Tracewell had an interview with Postmas
ter Oeneral Payne today regarding the
postofllee investigation. Mr. Tracewell gub
mltted hlg anawer to the postmaater gen
eral's reoent requeat tor gupplemental in
formation regarding the Tulloch chtrges.
These answers will be made public tomorrow.
Postmaster General Payne today declined
with some warmth to say whether tha cir
cumstances surround the deficit In the free
delivery service warranted the removal or
W. Machen, the general superintendent.
who was relieved recently. Mr. Payne said
that in hla opinion the question was Im
portant. He wag quegtloned by tha news
paper correspondents regarding the dis
crepancy between the sai.oro reported oy
Mr. Machen as the deflcit and the $227,300
gubgequently reported by the Inspectors.
Mr. Payns replied that promptly on tne
receipt of the report from Mr. Macnen
that there was a deficit or W-V.wo ne gave
Instructions that this deflcit should not be
Increased snd that expenditures should be
curtailed so as to eliminate it If possible
by the end of the fiscal year. June SO next.
"This," added the postmaster general,
immediately got the report that the de-
ficit was irrr.OOO. A subordinate official hag
no authority to create a deflcit without
the authority of his superior officer, I care
not who that subordinate officer msy be.
If he knew on May 1 that there was a $30.-
000 deflcit and every day appointed a larger
number of carriers which would largely
increase the deflcit. the action was ob
The postmaster general said tnat ne nao
not yet sent any communication 10 r.
It developed today that on May S Flrat
Assistant Postmaster General Wynne,
through his chief clerk, John J. Howley,
asked Mr. Machen whether there were
under his (Machen's) division any other
Items thsn of the map making work. In
which the appropriation was likely to be
exhausted before the end of the fiscal year.
The letter sent also called for a statement
of the condition of the service at the
close of the year. Mr. Machen then re
ported a deficiency of $10,000 in the item
of the rural free delivery and. It is al
leged. Indicated that there was a surplus
in the city free delivery appropriation. On
May T. by order ot the postmaster general,
Mr. Wynne sent a peremptory order to
General Superintendent Machen directing
that no more maps of the rural free de
livery service, a work which is paid ror
by the piece, should be received or paid for
until after July 1 and inhibiting tha eetab
llshment of any additional rural routes
prior to that day. It lo charged that Mr.
Machen did not obey the second order.
Marroaln Has Kot Realaaea.
On the ltth Inst, the State department
cabled United Slates Mlnisted Beaupre. at
Bogota, an Inquiry as to the report that
President Msrroquln had resigned. Today
tha answer came In the following terms:
"Bogota, Msy $2 Preaident has not re
rear tha Reliance.
LAMLA8H. Islsnd of Arran, Scotland,
May 11. The leading Clyde yachtsmen who
are cruising In this vicinity, were some
what staggered by the cabled reports of
Reliance's fine performsnce against Colum
bia yesterday. Tliy expreaaed the opinion
that the near boat ia a more formidable
anugoulat tbaa previous reporta indicated.
BOILER PLATE MILLS BURN
.. . .... . . i 4 .
Loss Is Estimated at Fall j Two Hundred
MANY MEN '0UT" OF EMPLOYMENT
Forest Flrea la tho Adlrendacks En
danger the Lives and Property
Of People In Nanierons
HARRI8BURG. Pa.. May 22. -The original
boiler plate mills ot the Central Steel Plate
company were destroyed by Are early to
day, entailing a loss of $200,000 and throw
ing a large number of men out of work.
The loss is fully covered by Insurance.
The lire started in one of the nine-inch
mills and apread with great rapidity, the
tlmbera and grease-soaked material about
the structures burning so fast that the men
had barely given the alarm before the roof
of the mill was in flames from end to end.
The two mills had recently been rebuilt
and were among the most up-to-date in
boiler and other plate making of any in this
part of the country. Not long ago tha ma
chinery waa practically renewed and new
boilers of large capacity added and elec
trical apparatus put in.
The machinery is ruined and the struc
ST. PAUL. Minn., May Jl-The Water
house engine works have been destroyed by
Are.' Loss $75,000, partly covered by insur
ance. The cause of the Are la not known.
It Is claimed that there were two explosions
and a few moments later the flames spread
through the entire length of the machine
shops. The watchman attempted to put
out the fire, but waa severely burned before
he could escaps
NSW YORK, May 22.-A building In
Brooklyn occupied by Frank Jenner St Co.,
manufacturers of fire proof flooring, and
eight other buildings, chiefly apartment
houses, were destroyed by fire. The loss
SARATOGA, N. Y.. Msy 12. Reports from
North Creek, Gore Mountain, Garnet, Sliver
Bay, Stony Creek, Thurman and places in
the lower Adirondscks say that forest flrea
are again raging and in several places are
NEW CODE SUPERCEDES OLD
gaprenso Conrt of Ohio Hands
Pawn Decision In Test
COLUMBUS, O., May a. The supreme
court today handed down a decision that
the Longworth law Is the only authority
under which boards of review or equalisa
tion can ba created.
The decision was rendered In the test ease
against the city council of Dayton, brought
to test the old act for creation ot city
boards of review.
The decision Is based on the ground that
the new Ohio code has superseded the old
act. This tskes from councils all power
of appointments except as to its own su
bordinates. The State Board of Apprais
ers and Assessors will make the appointments.
BONUS FOR J3LD EMPLOYES
ftemlagrtoai Typewriter Canpisf' D-
eldea . to Pay Oao Handrad
Dollars Per Year Extra.
HARTFORD, Conn., May 22. The Rem
ington Typewriter company of' Illion, N.
T., haa announced Its derision to give all
employes who hava been with the company
for a period of ten or more yeara a bonus
of $100 a year, to be paid in Installments
of $60 every six months, on June 1 and at
Christmas time. Thla applies to all men
who have already completed the ten years
of aervloe and to others aa fast as tbey
shall reach that point.
The plan Is revocable by the company at
Its will, and In the case of the men, in
dividually, aa It la conditional upon faith
ful and good work.
At the present time 267 men are qualifier
for the bonua.
FORECAST OFJTHE WEATHER
Showers and Cooler Satardar and
Fair and Warmer Bandar (or
WASHINGTON, May 22.-The forecast:
For Colorado and Wyoming Fair and
warmer Saturday and Sunday.
For Nebraska ard Kansas Showers and
cooler Saturday; fair and warmer Sunday.
For Illinois Showers and cooler Satur
day; Sunday showers, fresh south winds,
For Iowa and Missouri Showers and
cooler Saturday; Sunday showers In. east,
fair In west portions.
For North and South Dakota Showers
Saturday; Sunday fair and warmer.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. May W.-Offlclal reoord of tem
nerature and precipitation compared with
thl corresponding day of the laat thrss
,ari: 10$. 1$. 1101. 1
Msxlmum temperature.... ' "
Minimum temperature.... 1 J
Mean temperature I? SI T 21
Precipitation " T ou
Record ot temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for thla day and alnce March L
-1 tmnerehirA ...a hi
VfT. . . .., io
Total exceas since March 1....
Excess for the day...............
Total rainfall since March 1...
. . . ... . .inl. Mann 1
neflc ency for cor. period, 190J....1.47 inch
DeflcleScy for cor. period, Wl....I 4i Inches
T P. U
... .15 Inch
Reports froas Slat lows at
Gnllty ot Mnlfeaeaaee.
DENVER. May 22 Thomaa Phillips,
Frsnk Bishop snd Fred P. Watts, members
of the old Board of County Commissioners
of Arapahoe county, were found guilty of
malfeasance on eleven Counts by a Jury lu
the district court today. Their alleged mla
conduet constated in allowing excaaslve
bills for printing and supplies. Sentence
wss suspended for ten days.
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, cloudy
Salt Lake City, part cloudy.,
St. I-oula, clear
Ht. Paul, part cloudy
Kansas City clear
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Ofllclal.
Tastes like Coffee Better then Coffee. The
the Dcrfect bleoding and roasting of fruit end graiav
OLD BY ALL OROCaU.
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