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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1903.
Sn, June X. 106.
"Da satlsfled with
yonrtfvlf If yoo will,
bat not self sat-Lied."
Arc you poing to spend your vocation away from Omaha?
Whether you go to the sea shore, lake, mountains or country, there is no store where many
of your vacation needs may be so economically taken care of as here.
ii r..-,. i black cotton half hoof at two pair for 2rc. i large variety of the choicest and moat de-
mUMUIl UtUOl UllClll B,,Min.ra. Iii new Bummer weight web- slrable to select from.
Many little things here that are most
always needed; Tins, safety pins, hat pins,
hair pins, needles, combs and brushes,
tooth brushes, Jewel bags, etc.
' Hand bags of good leather, plenty of
' pockets to stow away the little neces
, Tou will need an extra supply of hand
kerchiefsthere are good values here In
! men's, women's and children's slses.
'' Women's all linen hemstitched Initial
handkerchiefs, soft bleach, ready for use,
i lfle each.
i Men's all linen plain hemstitched hand
I kerchiefs, good full sizes, 15c each.
Flro grades at I5c, 36c and 60c each.
i Men's furnishings
Negligee Shirts, the good fitting, comfort-
i able kind, neat patterns, SI. 00 to 12.00 each.
I Half lloso. In the new fancy shades, 26c
, nd 50c per pair. A special value In
black cotton half hose at two pairs for 2rc.
Buopenders, In new summer weight web
bings, ffc and 50c per pair.
Collars, In all th popular shapes, 15c
each or two for 25c.
Underwear, Belts, Night Shirts and
Pajamas for man.
The most comfortable of all house gar
ments for hot weather wear. Take one
with you on your vacation. Pretty styles
at 11.00. $1.25, $1.50, 11.75, 2.00 and up to
Choice, clean and crisp Shirt Waists, all
the season's most handsome styles In
linen, lawn and lingerie effects. A large
assortment at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $200. $2.25
and up to the fine embroidered ones at
' Washable Shirt Waist Suitings
These arc materials that make up Into
stylish and serviceable suits, we nave a
Variegated Voile Suitings, 10c.
New Boutonne Suitings, l&o.
Embroidered Checked Voiles. 18c a yard.
Barege Novelty Suitings, 35c a yard.
French Voile Suitings, 60c a yard.
Mercerized Jacquard Suitings, 25c, 2&o,
50c a yard.
Bllklsed Toplln at 4Xj a yard.
Linen Finished Suitings, 15c a yard.
Galatea Cloth at 15c a yard.
New Panama Suitings, 15c a yard,
French Piques at 40c a yard.
Mercerised Eollennes at 18c, 25c a yard,
XMnen 8ultings, 18c, 20c 25c, 80c.
New Spanish Suitings at lac, 18o a yard.
New London Voiles, 12V4C.
Ncw Mohair Lustre, 20c a yard.
Half Day On Saturdays
During July and August Remember we
close at 1 o'clock on Saturday during
these two hot months. Do your Saturday
shopping' In the morning.
WAR FEVER STARTS IN PARIS
sands listen dally to the music evoked by
the wand of Director Finn, and It Is sel
dom that an encore Is not demanded.
Not the least of the free amusements Is
nd the Bav-
rH..t PMi n.tU T.intuJ Otst the the presentation by means of moving plo-
. . I tures of "The Life of Christ" am
MUCH DEPENDS UPON GERMAN ATTITUDE !
sge presentation, "Parsifal."
Press seriously niacaealn th Pos
sibility of Resort to Arras
Army Officers Are
(Continued from First Page.)
Y. M. C. A. Building, Corner Sixteenth and Douglas Sts.
I RUSSIANS FEEL THE ENEMY
Beoonnaisanoe in lo'ca Develops Strong
Position at Town of Taoping.
OKU HAS OUTPOST FIGHTS EACH DAY
Little Cbsngs In situation In East,
bat Armies Seem to He
Forming: In Battle)
' ' Line.
HEADQUARTERS OF THE RUSSIAN
ARMY, OODZYADANI, Manchuria, June
24. Tha Russians on June 21 made a
reconnaissance In force against the Japa
nese riffhht in the region of Oanchese. The
. Japanese advance post retired to Tsaoplng,
where they have built strong fortifications
' and hold them In force. Behind this line
' of positions are two other lines of fortifica
tions, strengthened by bombproofs and en
tanglements. The Russian attack, which
forced the Japanese to summon three di-
visions of Infantry from Kalyuan, ceased
with darkness and the Russian detachment
Outposts Fight Dally.
GENERAL OKU'S HEADQUARTERS IN
, THE FIELD, June 22, (Delayed.)-Nothlng
Important baa recently occurred except
dally skirmishes between the outposts of
both armies. Hot weather has arrived and
General Oka's ' army haa 'been newly
clothed in khaki.
Cruiser Bayan Floated.
TOKIO, June 24.-11 a. m. The Japanese
commander at Port Arthur reports that the
Russian -armored cruiser Bayan has been
celebrated at noon today In the Church of
St. Clotllde. There was a large and fash
ionable attendance, including Ambassador
McCormlck and Mrs. McCormlck, and many
members of the old French aristocracy.
The groom Is the head of the ancient family
of Bearn-Brlssac. A wedding breakfast
followed. The prince and princess received
many beautiful presents.
Prince Henry ds Beim-Wlnani.
PARIS, June 24. The marriage of Prince
Henry Galard de Beam e de Chalals to
Miss Beatrice Wlnans, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Wlnans of Baltimore, waa
SOME SWEDES WANT TROUBLE
Would Have Army Mobilised and
Make Demand on Norway
STOCKHOLM. Sweden. June 24.-The un
compromising element In the Riksdag Is ac
tively prosecuting a campaign In favor of
presenting to Norway demands represent
tng Sweden's Irreducible minimum and ob
taining guaranties from Norway before
passing the bill conferring on the govern
ment power to negotiate terms for the
formal separation of Norway and Sweden
This faction considers thnt the govern
ment ought to be authorised to contract an
emergency loan of $26,000,000 and mobilize
troops to support Sweden's demands. Ths
government, however, has still the strong,
united backing of the moderate party which
Is prepared to entrust the king and minis
try with the powers demanded for'untram
meled negotiations In regard to the neces
sary guaranties to be given before agreeing
to a dissolution of the union.
princely rank haa Impressed the emperor
with the difficult position he (Von Buelow)
was placed In before the Reichstag by the
Imperial telegrams for which he as chancel
lor must be responsible, but which he has
never seen till published in the newspapers.
It Is reported that the emperor agreed to
consult the chancellor regarding telegrams
of a political character before sending them
and to ask him to countersign them.
BUBONIC PLAGUE ON ISTHMUS
Fatal Case Reported at La Boca,
Where No Precautions Have
PANAMA, June 24. A fatal case of bu
bonlo plague occurred at La Boca yester
day. The constant arrival of steamers from
Infected South American ports which are
received at 1a Boca without any extra pre
cautions being taken must cause serious
The dead man had been working on board
the British steamer Chill, which the au
thoritles of Guayaquil would not allow to
enter that port. The companions of the de
ceased laborer have been Isolated. Rats
taken from the steamer Chill are being ex
VON BUELOW jIGNS MESSAGES
glnee Becoming: Prlnee German Chan
cellor Exercises Stricter Surveil
lance Over Official Dispatches.
BERLIN, June 24. A fact which attracts
attention Is that many of Emperor Wil
liam's telegrams lately have keen counter
signed by Chanoellor von Buelow. This
apparently occurs In all cases where the
emperor's telegrams have a political or
public Interest. According to the newspa
pers Von Buelow since his elevation to
. SAND-DIGGER SUITS
Ages 1 to 8.
For little fellows, an overall suit
all In one piece, fine light blue
chambray with ruffs, belt and
collar, neatly trimmed 7C
with red 3C
Ages 2 to 10.
Of gray or blue striped chambray
one piece overall sulis, C.
60c and dC
Ages 4 to 14.
Blue stripe denim suits of overalls
ana jacKets, per
Ages I to S.
Of blue denim, trimmed vlth pearl
buttons and turkey EOC
Of fine dark blue chambray, piped
with white, draw strings 7C
at knee I 31
In plain blue and checks,
40c. 40c and
Hosiery of Unassailable
"Onyx" Brand and
Boys' and girls' strongest black and
assorted tans, cotton or sc.
VANDF.HBH.T RECEIVES ROYALTY
Emperor William Takes Luncheon on
- Board American Yacht.
IMPERIAL YACHT CLUB. KIEL, Ger
many, June 24. Emperor William today
lunched with Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Van
derbllt on their yacht North Star and dined
with Mrs. Goelet on the Nahma this even
ing. The only others present besides the
Imperial suite were Mrs. Goelet's party
consisting o Ambassador and Mrs. Tower,
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt, sr.. Miss Gladys
Vanderbilt and R. W. Goelet. The emperor
has visited all the American yachts.
Only the small yachts faced today, the
most Interesting contest being the second
of the special class races for International
competition over a fourteen and a half
mile course and in a light breese. There
were twenty entries and Wansee V won
in 4:7:00, Molch was second In 4:12:30 and
Tilly VI third In 4:13:30.
Prince Henry, who sailed the Tilly VII,
worked up from ninth place to halt a second
behind the third yacht, Tilly VI. Prince
Eitel Frederick, In the Elisabeth, was nine
PARIS, June 24.- p- m. For the first
time since the Fashoda Incident the French
public is In the throes of the war fever.
Whether It will result in anything serious
depends on Germany's response to the
French note on Morocco, but without con
sidering the exact status of the diplo
matic negotiations a considerable element
of the public and press seriously discuss
the possibilities of a resort to arms. Army
circles are particularly active and at the
military clubs the officers are merely en
gaged in making comparisons of the forces
of France and Germany. While the finan
cial leaders scout the Idea of war, yet the
speculative element has been quick to seise
the opportunity to raid French rentes,
which when they closed tonight showed a
fall of 1 frano 8 centimes within the week,
The official view is that the situation
while delicate, does not present any aspect
of danger or a crisis Involving a rupture
of relations. This Is the governmental
view and naturally presents the most fa
vorable aspect of the controversy. How
ever, the ambassadors of the leading pow
era express impartial opinions fully sub
talnlng the views of the government.
No Cause for War.
It Is pointed out In diplomatic quarters
that the worst features of the Morocco sit
uatlon do not present a casus belli. An
analysis of the controversy shows that the
sultan of Morocco Invited the powers to
conference. Germany urges the powers,
Including Ftance, to accept. Premier Rou-
vler's latest note shows the willingness of
France to consider a conference if Ger
many explains Its purposes, but even should
France decline to accept this, refusal of the
Invitation does not constitute a cause for
war. A diplomat summed up the situation
by saying that the default of the present
negotiations would not mean war, as the
controversy would then proceed along nw
lines. It would then doubtless lead to di
rect appeals to the sultan with a view of
securing the upper hand In Morocco. While
the pessimistic element sees that Germany
will seek a pretext for trouble, yet the actual
state of affairs does not warrant such
Negotiations Will Continue.
BERLIN, June 24. The Foreign office offi
cials are busily engaged in studying the
French note on Morocco, the unusual
length of which will necessarily delay an
Emperor William's absence at Kiel, the
Foreign office says, will cause no delay
In the negotiations. Inasmuch as he Is
dally Informed on all points, and bis de
cisions are promptly given.
As the study of Premier Rouvter'a an
swer progressed the fact became evident
that he has left many points open for dls
cusslon and from which further negotla
tlons can continue. The greatest dlftv
culty seems now to be agreeing op whether
Germany and France shall seek to reach
a separate agreement before the meeting
of the conference, thus eliminating many
matters . from International action. Ger
many apparently holds the view that It
would be an act of discourtesy to the
powers which have already agreed to at
tend the conference if It arranged any mat
ters beforehand with' France,
Official circles here, continue to. follow
tha affair, with keen Interest, but without
anything like excitement, much less bell
cose Inclination. They watch closely the
movements of public ouinion, and while It
is realised that the French people at large
have grown much less Chauvinistic toward
Germany in the last few years, corre
spondlng with the waning influence of the
nationalist-clerical military party commls
slon in French politics, some anxiety still
prevails In Berlin lest the leaders of the
opposition to the French government again
suceed In Inflaming the passions of the
people and arouse a storm which the re
publican leaders would be unable to with
Black and white lace hose for Infants,
and misses, SOo and CSC
Infants' light blue, white or
black silk hose, up from....
School of Science for Guatemala.
GUATEMALA CITY, June 24.-Presldent
Cabera, out of his personal funds, has do
elded to establish a practical school of
sciences, arts and agriculture, 'under
American professors. The tuition will be
given In the English language.
blnatlon of circumstances which he did
not foresee and which nono of those who
now blame him foresaw when his Moroccan
policy was Initiated. He merely shared
with the great majority of his countrymen
the belief that Japan would either shrink
from war or would be rapidly and com
pletely crushed by Russia. The course of
events and the prolongation of the struggle
gave Oermany an opportunity of which It
has taken advantage to encourage the sul
tan of Morocco to resist and finally to re
ject the French demands. That action on
the part of Germany was an afterthought.
Its previous Indifference to what went on
In Morocco gave to M. Delcasse no warn
ing of the consequences that might follow
a paralysis of Russia In Europe, which It
self had not entered Into the calculation of
any French statesman. In the new situa
tion thus created It Is probable that no
suppleness on the part of M. Delcasse could
have rendered It other than desirable that
foreign affairs should be placed In the
hands of some one less Identified with the
policy which circumstances had superseded.
It appears more than probable, moreover,
that the changed aspect of affairs In the
far east has lent to the attacks of M.
Jaures and his associates uprut M. Delcasse
and his policies a force which they did not
possess before Jhe war. It wn. under M.
Delcasse's auspices that the existing alli
ance between France and Russia was en
tered Into In 1898, and for his alleged pro
Russian proclivities he has been ifnceas-
lngly assailed by the clique which acknowl
edges the leadership of the fiery M. Jaures.
To any one acquainted with the character
of the French It la Impossible to suggest
that any hint of a lack of fidelity to their
obligations could be discovered in the pres
ent attitude of the French people. But
when it Is remembered that the enormous
sums of French capital entrusted to Russia
have been placed In Jeopardy, that Russia
has strained the friendship of France by
repeated attempts to drag It into the con
flict In the far east, and, lastly, that Russia
as an effective ally has practically ceased
to exist for the moment, It is scarcely a
matter of wonder If the Invective launched
against M. Delcasse as the framer of that
alliance should find an echo In quarters
where It has hitherto passed unheeded.
Sultan Wants Help.
LONDON, June 24. (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) Kald Sir Harry Maclean, who
has Just arrived In London from Fes, says
that the sultan of Morocco and his minis
ters are quite willing to be helped In the de
velopment of the country so long as this Is
brought about In a manner which does not
threaten the Independence of the country.
"What the country wants," said 8lr Harry,
"is Joint assistance from the powers, but
the eultaln will not agree to accept the as
sistance of any one nation, for reasons
which are quite obvious."
MONDAY ONLY If you buy tomorrow wo xlvo rou 10 h'T cent
off standard brands of hose,
any length, with couplings,
lrr foot, 7c, Jk 11c, 13c.
Ice savers $8.75,
Polished steel, no blacking,
most economical Move uiade.
Milton Rogers & Sons 2
irrTrv:r"-"--4t a a
AND FAR NAM STREETS.
The followlnff Is n list of sllirlitly used
mid shop worn sowing niucliiucM to be
on siilo this week:
Standard (iraud. oak 4 Q Cl
woodwork I J
Secondhand 11. T. Machines,
all makes, up from
We rent the Wheeler & Wilson ball benrlnjf sewing machines for
7fic per week. We sell repairs for nil makes of machines, fall us up
and have your machine put In s.hai e for your spring sewing. We call
for and deliver your machine without extra charge.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
Geo. . Mickel, Manager.
Fifteenth and Harney Sts. Telephone i663.
8.14 Broadway, Council Bluffs
02H N. 24th St., South Omaha .
Japanese Politicians to Meet.
TOKIO. June 24. Delegates of the two
great political parties, the constitution
allsts and the progressives, will meet here
Wednesday to discuss peace and will then
memoralize the government on the subject
Infants' cashmere hose in white, blue,
tan, black, red or pink, silk OIi
heels and toes l
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Will Vleir the Scenes.
Next Thursday morning at 8 o'clock the
members of the various committees who
will view from time to time the lots on
which the l.OA) children are competing for
prizes awarded by the Omaha Improvement
League, will meet at the city hall and from
there will ko to various Darts of the city
under the direction of the prize commit
tee. Generous citizens will furnish auto
mobiles to carry the members of the
committee. An appropriate badge will be
given every contestant on that day. The
children are reaueated bv the Drlze com
mittee to watch the newspapers Wednesday
ior inursaays program.
PETERMAN'S ROACH FOOD
A DOOX TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
The most Improved method to free a
house of lane or small roaches Is to use
the contents of a box of "Peterman's Roach
Food" at one time. Shake It on Joints so
some of it will penetrate and remain to
keep the premises continuously free
Roaches eat It as food; it 1 the most
destructive remedy on this earth for them.
and it will not scatter them to other places
to live on ana mumpiy.
BEDBUGS "Heterman's Discovery'
(tlilcio, a quicksilver
cream, is invaluable to
kill bedbugs. Apply
lightly with brush on
beds wnen apart, on
backs or picture frames.
mouldings, etc. It will
remain permanent, and U
tne only remedy that
they absorb and kills those that go over
where it lias been lightly brushed on. It
will not rust Iron, harm furniture or bed
ding. "I'eterman'e Discovery" (liquid) In flex
ible cans, handy to force In Joints for aulck
application, will kill bedbugs and their eggs
"r'eterman's Ant Food" A strong powder
to kill and drive away ants.
"Peterman's Rat-Mouse Food" makes
rats or mice wild, they will leave and not
Take no other, as time may be even more
Important than money.
Originated in 1873. Perfected In 1906 by
wm. reierman, mtk. i-iiemisi,
64, M, U West 12th St., New York City.
London, Eng. Montreal, P. Q.
Sold by all druggints in Omaha and
tnrougnoui ine i nitea eiates, also oy
THE BKNNKTT CO.. Iepurtment Store,
PRACTICAL SIDE OF STUDY
How the Commercial. Colleges Suc
ceed So Well In Equipping; Young
People for Business.
"What Is the explanation of the won
drful success of the commercial colleges?"
was asked a well known school man not dl
"It Is because they emphasise the prac
tical side of business training," waa the
"Practical courses of study are absolutely
essential In theseNdays of Industrial prog
ress, and for this reason the business col
leges have become extremely popular. Their
purpose Is to fit young men and women for
practical life and the fact that while they
do this they, at the same time, discipline
and culture the mind, has placed them on
an equal footing with schools of the high'
est rank. Prof. De Oarmo of Cornell unl
verslty has the following to say about the
training of the commercial school:
"If he has eoually efficient teachers and
Is supplied with equally good facilities, the
student of the commercial school Is nut In
ferlor to his brother In the arts school. In
the range of his education, in the quality
of his discipline. In the dignity of his worn
or the worthiness of his destination.
"Such an endorsement of commercial ed
ucatlon, from such high authority, only
emphasizes the tendency In modern times.
on the part of prominent educators, to slim
inate from our courses of study those things
which are presumed to have only a disci
pllnary value and to substitute for them
thoae having a practical value.
It la the province of the commercial
schools to equip young people for business
life and In doing this they render the coin
munlty a valuable service. The commercial
schools of Omaha deserve great credit for
what they have done for the city and the
state, for It is a well known fact that a
large number of our best business men.
men of large influence and capabilities, owe
their success to the training they received
In these schools."
ELEPHANTS AT LAKE MANAWA
Haarenbcck Herd Will Take a Rath
and Swim a Race There
Sixteen elephants plunging Into the lake
and giving an aquatic exhibition ennstttuto
the rare and exciting feature that is calcu
lated to make Manawa the mecca of the
record-breaking attendance today, with
auspicious weather. C. Lee Williams, man
ager of the Carl Ilagenberk show, has con
tracted to exhibit the herd in the park and
at 4 o'clock today to have them give the
water show. There is nothing an elephnnt
enjoys more than a good bath. They draw
water Into their powerful trunks and spout
It as high as forty feet Into the air. The
washing of the baby by the mother Is es
pecially attractive to the children. The
Manawa Amusement company has hung up
a prise for a swimming race between the
There will be a lengthy and varied pro
gram of free shows In addition to this rare
event. W. P. Cresswell. known as "Bicvele
Bill," will give afternoon and evening exhi
bitions of expert roping or lariat twirling.
gun spinning, knife Juggling and trick cycle
work. Covalt's Concert band will render
an entire change of program of classic and
popular music. "Daredevil" Fackler will
make a high dive at 6 p. m. and a fire dive
at 9 p. m. Prof. Andrews Is billed for a
balloon ascension and parachute Jump at
8:46 p. m. At the Casino In the evening en
tirely new kinetoecope pictures will be
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uni nui inTcaiiuAic s
The most Important point In buying a watch or dia
mond is to deal with u man whose words are abso
lutely reliable AND WHO KNOWS HIS BUSINESS
i-COPLKV'S WORD IS NEVER DOUBTED lie has
sient '16 years In Omaha studying watches and dia
monds. You can be the Judge of his prices
18 11' TO lOUK INTEREST TO SEE HIM?
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TULLIS COMES CLEAR AT LAST
Man Tried In Federal ri- An
Charare of Counterfeiting If
C. B. Tullis was acquitted In the federal
court yesterday evening.
Judge Munger Saturday morning sus
tained the- motion of the attorney of C. E.
Tullls. on trial for using the I'nlted States
malls for the purpose of procuring counter
feit money, to strike out all of the testi
mony of the government's witness, Eddie
Penn is an ex-convlct of the Nebraska
Bob IrTln at La r are.
CODY, Wyo., June 24. (Special..) Bob
Irvln, the outlaw, who has been charged
with complicity In the attack on the First
National bank and the murder of Cashier
I. O. Middaugh here last November, Is
again at liberty. Irvln was arrested at a
ranch south of Basin last January, but
escaped from the officers. He fled to Mon
tana, where he was recently arrested, and
while being held for the Wyoming officers
he again escaped. Irv'.n Is a Dowerful
fellow and as daring as a dozen ordinary
men. He is a crack shot. Is not afraid to
shoot and some one will get hurt before
he Is again taken Into custody. A reward
has been offered for the capture of the
KRUG PARK IS A BEAUTY SPOT I
Hill Top Pleasure Resort Becomes tha
Prettiest Place la the Eatlra
Krug park Is pronounced the prettiest
nd most fascinating place In the west and
possesses a wealth of amusement features
unequalled west of Chicago, from any
standpoint or view. This, taken In con
sideration with the fact that the thermome
ter always registers several degrees less of
heat than In the city, the swift ride through
the picturesque country adjacent thereto,
the sights of the golf players at the Omaha
Country club and the Interior decorations
nd surroundings of Krug park, all con
tribute to draw the crowds that daily visit
this most popular of park resorts.
The exceptionally liberal policy of Man
ager Cole In furnishing a list of free enter
tainments of the class that la carried Is
meeting with popular appreciation and ap
proval. The Royal Canadian band fur
nishes the music for Krug park and Is un
deniably ths success tf the para. Thou-
Mrs. Mary . MrCullouaa.
RIVER 8IOUX, la., June 24. (Special.)
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Neeley McCul
lough, who died here Wednesday, occurred
yesterday afternoon at the Latter Day
Saints' chapel, with Elder O. H. Shearer
presiding. She was born In Ohio December
T. 1837, and was one of the first pioneers of
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OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Direct From Manufacturer to User
At Factoryv Prices.
Our vehicles will suit the most fastidious. Our prices
will certainly please you. Call and inspect our line
before you buy.
JOHNSON & DANFORTH
' Manufacturers' Agonta of Vehicles and Harness.
8ATTLEY BLDC, SOUTHWEST COR. 10TH & JONES ST8.
Entrance from Viaduct on West Side.
when you eat
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FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Pair In Eastern Nebraska Today
Showers In West Portion
WASHINGTON, June 24 -Forecast of the
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska Pair In east, showers In
west portion, cooler In south portion Sun
day; Monday, fair, warmer In northwest
For Iowa Fair Sunday except showers in
northwest portion, cooler In west portlun;
For Kansas Fair Sunday; showers and
cooler at night Monday.
For Wyoming Fair Sunday, except show
ers and cooler in southeast portion, warmer
in northwest portion; Monday, fair, wanner
In south portion.
For South Dakota Showers Sunday,
cooler In east portion; Monday, fair and
For Missouri Oenerally fair Sunday and
Monday; cooler Monday in west portion.
For Colorado Partly cloudy and cooler
Sunday, showers In east portion; Monday,
fair, warmer In east portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BI'RRAIT
OMAHA, June 24. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
tne corresponaing oay or tne last thr-;
years: 186 104. lu. 1J02
Maximum temperature..,. H SO 74 t2
Minimum temperature.. ., U fi I! w
Mean temperature 78 71 tH 71
Precipitation 00 .H .01 .01
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 75
Excess for the day I
Total excess since March 1, 1&0& 7
Normal precipitation , IV Inch
Deficiency for the day 19 Inch
Total rainfall since Msrrh 1 S 01 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 4.62 Inches
Deficiency for ci;r. period 14 1.2? Im-hes
Deficiency tut cur, jwriud lis3. ... l. Inches
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