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Importers and Dealers In
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dood Service. 2010 Farnam Street.
Pure Food Products and Table Delicacies
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REGENTS ARE TAKING HAND
listed io Be Making Effort to Control
Nomination of Sucesston.
NO REDUCTION IN PRICE OF TEXT BOOKS
Boar 4 of Medtcatl Examiners Isaacs
Certlaratea to Nine Applicants
and th dame Number
Fall to Pass.
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOIN. Au. 21. (Special.) While
there Is very little talk being done about
candidates for membership "on the Board
of Regents ot the State university, there
are a few men who have their fingers on the
Situation. These are the present members
of the Board of Regents. In fact it la
learned from reliable sources that the board
members have served notice on prospective
candidates what they would be expected
to do or what would be expected of them
If they desired to receive a nomination.
Borne time ago Rev. Luther P. Ludden,
who has been urged to be a candidate, re
ceived a letter rom the present regents,
whether from the entire board or from a
certain member could not be ascertained,
but It was learned from reliable sources
that the letter Intimated that If Mr. Ludden
would agree to certain propositions, or If
ha would fall Into the waya of the board
li. m I A . . ... V. . ...
' wum nuh .Mr. Miuuon wu aaKeu
about the matter, but he evinced a disin
clination to give out thfc tetter for publica
tion. Hs aa!d he had such a letter, how
ever, and acknowledged that reading be
tween the tinea one would get the Idea
that the present board desired to control
the selection ot the regents to be.
No- State Book Store.
The Board of Regents of the State uni
versity will not this year follow the lead
of the State Normal board In renting books
I to siuaema or selling them to the students
at cost unless the board haa a rhinn .f
heart. Secretary Clark, who was Instructed
by the regents to Investigate the proposi
tion, haa made his report. lie enters Into
n exhaustive discussion of the proposition
and winds up with the conclusion that only
e very small saving could be made to the
tudents, and therefore the regents would
not be Justified In going to the expense and
trouble of Instituting the scheme. In the
meantime the State Normal board, acting
tipon Its experience at the Peru normal,
will Institute the same system at Kearney,
It having aaved about 800 students at Peru
something like S&.00O during the past school
year. In discussing the proposition C. 8.
Allen, Ihstnber of the Boar, of Regents
"According to the report made by Mr.
Clark the scheme would save the students
very little money and therefore I doubt
whether he will adopt IL However, we are
Sure the students are paying too much
money for their text books and It Is very
probable that If we had the room we would
Jive the plan a trial anyhow."
Rev. It p. Ludden. chairman of the Nor
mal board, said: "The system haa worked
perfectly with us. The books that we rented
to the students have been returned at the
end of the year In good condition. Ws
ared our MO or students between H.000
and 15.000. The system worked so well at
I"eru we intend to adopt It at Kearney.
" Board Twras Oat New Doctor.
The Board of Secretaries of the Btata
Board of Health met today In the office
of State ' Superintendent McBrlen and
amnled certificates to nine applicants and
The Best Hot Weather Medicine
ALl TEN MILLION
PREVENT ALL EUBSICR
Absolute Purity and Cleanliness
Constantly maintained, merits the
Distinction and Preference
Groceries and Meats
Exponents ot goes living.
oi a bottle
turned down nine applications. Those who
pasned the examination were: H. A.
Houchen of Utlca. R. W. Perkins of Cen
ter, Clyde A. Medlar of Ohlowa, Andrew
B. Fellows of Chester, Clarence Mlnnlck
of Cambridge, A. O. Fletcher of Orchard,
B. B. Wilcox of Oekaloosa, la.; E. W.
Rows of Qresham. I. H. Phillips of Lin
coln. Of the applicants two passed by
Just a quarter of a point. Eleven of those
taking the examination had failed at the
June examination and of this eleven nine
failed and only two passed today.
Of the graduates of the Nebraska Medi
cal college who took the examination 16
per cent failed, while of the students of
outside colleges 32 per cent failed.
Bryan f hano-es Plans for Trip.
Contrary t' published reports, W. J.
Eryan will not meet Mrs. Bryan In Ger
many for a trip around the world, but
Instead Mrs. Bryan will return from Ger
many to Lincoln within three weeks. The
two then, with their son and daughter,
William J. Bryan, Jr., and Miss Grace
Bryan, will start for a trip around the
world, leaving San Francisco about the
middle of September, making the trip from
west to east. Mr. Bryan had planned to
Join Mrs. Bryan in Germany and make the
trip from east to west, but he found after
Mrs. Bryan had already gone to Germany
that under this arrangement they would
reach India in the summer and the cold
country in the winter., Tinder the revised
plans for the trip they will reach India
during the cool weather and the cold coun
tries during the summer, thus making their
trip much more enjoyable. The trip will
consume a year, the return being set for
the fall of 1908. Mr. Bryan was In Lincoln
a short time Sunday and left that evening
to resume his lectures before the various
Commutes Sentence First Thing,
Lieutenant Governor McGllton arrived at
the capltol this morning and became acting
governor, during the absence of Governor
Mickey at Portland. The first official act
of the new governor was to order the re
lease from custody of Wlllard Johnston,
a Lincoln boy who Is serving a ninety day
Jail sentence In the Seward county Jail,
The young man had served half of his
term and an appeal was made to Acting
Governor McGllton, signed by the sheriff,
the county Judge and county prosecutor.
for a commutation of the sentence. As
soon ss he was assured that he had the
authority to commute Jail sentence Gov
ernor McGllton signed the necessary papers
to release the prisoner. Young Johnston
on the Fourth of July had some trouble at
Seward and It Is said when the sheriff
went to arrest htm he put up a fight. He
was tried before a Justice of the peace
for resisting an officer and drew ninety
Slater to Return to Chleaa-o.
Acting Governor McGllton this morning
honored the requisition of the governor of
Illinois foVthe return to Chicago of Boyd
Plater, a young man under arrest In Omaha
and wanted In Chicago on a charge of
Ei-Stateaman In Police Court.
August L. A. Shlermler, whilom socialist
candidate for congress, who Is a plasterer
by trade, paid $5.75 this morning In the
police court to square a charge of assault
preferred by C. M. Jones, to which the
wouldbe statesman entered a plea of
guilty. The disturbance out of which the
charge grew occurred down at the city
mission on South Ninth street, where. It is
claimed by the police, Schlermler was tak
ing destructive liberties with the furniture
New Tenehera nt Pern Normal.
Principal Crab tree, of the Peru normal
has Issued a circular calling attention to
the fact that the faculty of the school has
BOXES A TEAR
II thick the o
and Parnsa Sts.
Special rates given to
banquett. or families
J. W. SARGENT,
1508 Dodge Street
been enlarged and strengthened by the ad
dltion of J. W. Searaon, formerly superin
tendent of the schools at Wahoo and a
well known educational lecturer: F. M.
Gregg, recently a member of the staff of
the Wayne normal, and a member of the
legislature for 190S; Harold Hewitt, of Free
port. III. The latter will have charge of the
Instruction In music and will lead the band.
The principal speaks hopefully of the work
to be done during the school year.
State Fair Judaea.
The state fair board met tonight and
allowed a number of bills and appointed
Judges as follows:
Speed E. 8. Vance, Pawnee City; H. J.
Ronln, Fremont; A, Pratt, Cushlng.
Timekeepers A. E. Kennard and .William
Starter W. P. McCreary, Hasting.
Judges of County Collective Exhibits W.
C. Coley, Knox; J. B. Ream, Custer; L. O.
Judges of Farm Products 8. W. Perry
of the state farm; W. E. Ewing, Franklin.
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION
Woman Kidnaped When Child Finds
NORFOLK, Neb., Aug. (Special.)
After having been kidnaped and lost from
her parents for eighteen years ever since
she was a little tot of t Mrs. Herman Wlp
pern of St. Louis has arrived at Gross,
Neb., and today found her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Scheinost of
Mrs. Wtppern arrived at Butte, Neb.,(last
night from St. Louis, believing she would
find her father In the person of Anton
Scheinost. but he proved to be her uncle,
the brother of her father. This morning
she drove to Gross and met her parents.
Eighteen years ago Mrs. Wlppern was a
little baby girl In Brown county, where
her parents owned a ranch. A neighbor
named Ormsby seemed to be peculiarly at
tracted to the child and often Invited her
te his home to play. One evening Just
after the sun had gone down the little girl
was playing In the yard. Her mother was
busy and her father was in town. At dark
the mother went to the door and called for
her little daughter, but there was no reply
A search of the county failed to reveal
the missing child. A few days later Ormsby
suddenly departed and was never heard
from again. It was always supposed that
be had stolen the child.
A few days ago the Schelnosts saw a let
ter In a newspaper from a St. Louis woman
whose story coincided with that of their
lost daughter. The letter said that the
writer had been kidnaped from a small
Nebraska town years before, and she was
searching for her parents. Schelnosts asked
for her photograph. In which they saw a
Mrs. Wlppern until five years ago be
lieved that her mother was Mrs. Beard, a
circus performer with whom she had been
traveling all her life. The circus woman
on her deathbed told Mrs. Wlppern that her
real name was Lrla Franklin and that she
had been stolen from a small Nebraska
town. Then the search began, which cul
minated today. Although perfect strangers
to her, Mrs. Wlppern was delighted to find
her mother and father and they were more
than made happy by her return.
FIREMAN FINDS LEAK IN OAS PIPE
Explosion Which Follows Burns Him
nnd Wrecks Plant.
SYRACr6E, Neb., Aug. tL (Special.)
J. E. Reed, fireman at the water and light
plant at this place, was seriously burned
and the lighting station almost completely
wrecked by an explosion of gas here today,
shortly after noon. Mr. Reed bad dlsniv.
ered a leakage of gas to one of the pipes
leading from the gas machine and went
Into the pit to repair the leak. ii.
cording to his story be lit a match and
the explosion followed, burning his body
and blowing out the entire north end of
ine Dries: building and tearlna tha rnnf
almost entirely from the structure. The
damage amounts to nearly (1,000. Reed
probably will recover.
Swedish Epworth Leuatuu.
STROM SBL'RQ. Neb., lui. H (fliwi.l
The Swedish EDworth lea IU or th. al.t.
held their yearly campmeetlng here ths
pa-i wees. August U to 30. The grounds
whloa the league boua-ht for tha numn
three years ago, were this year In aa ex
ceptionally good condition. The weather
also except 'for one night, during a heavy
rain, was aa favorable as eould be wished.
A large attendanoe from all tha die7.r.nt
charters and congregations In the state vis
ited ths meeting. Ths re were forty tents
e tfee grounds and about a Bttadred and
Rounds' Lady Orchestra.
Descriptive Indian War Dance Bellstedt, Jr.
Song Sweet Little Caraboo Kelly
Oussie Lenstaaw. '
Mandolin Solo Cupid's Garden , .
Master Clifford Dean.
Chime Solo Serenade Moonlight Moret
Trombone Solo Hosanna Van Allstyn
Song If I Were the Mayor of This Town
H. O. Rounds.
March Polly Prim Henry
Waltz Will You Be Out Tonight Allen
March Heaven's Artillery Lincoln
Intermezzo Isis Morse
March Riding in an Auto Car Phillips
March The Fire Master Lincoln
Next in importance to Pure Foods come Pure Medi
cines. It is a waste of breath for us to tell you our medi
cines are pure 'Cause you wouldn't expect us to say any
thing else. We have succeeded x in Omaha, South Omaha
and Council Bluffs fairly well but why? Is it 'cause the
people love us? The Bee readers are answering this ques
tion every day. Are you one!
SCHAEFER'S CUT PRICE DRUG STORE
"The People' Triangle. . E. T. YATES, Prop.
OMAHA, bO. OMAHA, , CO. BLUFFS,
16th and Chicago Sts. N. W. Cor. 24tn and N Sts. 6th Av. & Main St
fifty campers. A large crowd from the
neighborhood also attended the meetings
especially on Sunday afternoons when the
services were held In the English language.
The organization was fortunate this year
In having a large corps of preachers pres
ent among whom was Prof. Wallenlus
from Evanston, III., whose enthusiastic ser
mons and Instructive lectures were appre
ciated by all. Visitors received both spirit
ual and bodily refreshing and great results
Yellowstone Gun Club Picnic.
BENNINGTON, Neb.. Aug. a. (Special.)
About fifty members of the Yellowstone
Gun chib and their families of Omaha held
their annual picnic . , , la . ths Bejinlngton
Park, most of them eomlng out In the
morning Sn carryalls. One of the sports
of the day was a team shoot at Blue rocks,
nine men to a team, the team captained
by "King" Windham defeating the team
captained by Stafford by nine birds, Wind
ham's team getting 106 and Stafford's 16.
Several ten bird matches were shot off by
Fred Hoye and different members of the
club In which Hoye generally came out
second in which It was found that his
"friends" had something to do with load
ing his shells, but he has promised to get
even. The club voted this the best outing
they have ever had and promised to come
back next year.
Crowds nt Fullerton Chautauqua.
FULLERTON, Aug. 21. (Special.) Sat
urday morning at the Chautauqua grounds
Mrs. Fuller Swift concluded her work with
the children by giving a farewell council
after which they all assembled on the hills
In their Indian costumes, end had a pic
ture taken with their leader and Instructor
who assumed the Indian name of "Two
Dr. Vincent closed the very Interesting
Bible lectures which have been so Inspiring
and Instructive a feature of the Chautau
qua and left, regretted by all who had been
fortunate In meeting him.
Yesterday morning before nine o'clock
the grounds swarmed with crowds of peo
ple from the country and surrounding
Harvest Jubilee at Holdreare.
HOLDREGE. Neb., Aug. a. The second
annual harvest Jubilee opened here this
morning. The streets ar gaily decorated
In yellow and white, the decorations being
uniform throughout the city. These street
decorations will be well lighted with elec
tricity. The decorations far exceed those
of last year, which were a marvel to all
visitors. Ten townships are placing ex
hibits In agricultural hall and nearly every
sUll Is now taken In the stock barns. Hol
drege's second harvest Jubilee will far sur
pass the first. The Parker Amusement
Co., will furnish afternoon and evening
Do Not Like Location of Town.
FREMONT. Neb.. Aug. a.-(Speclal.)-The
location of the new town of Eetlna by the
Great Northern does not suit some of the
people In that part of Saunders county.
Use the Best
For any use where fool coal Is
NUT $6.00 LUMP $6.25
All Orades ef Herd and Soft Coal.
KEYGTONE COAL AND
J. A. Johnson. Pres. O. F. Bruckar. Trees,
J. F. MjrersL Bec y.
1919 Para ass St. 'Phone ua
i pry nnve maiif an
Fborts for the punt JW years. The Sanitarium Health Foods are the
original health food's and their success Is attested by the unparalleled
condition In Battle Creek, "which has net thirtv-two Imitators M
innr noorsipn. rolinwmp are n partial Hut of their foods: Curamel-
lerosl (substitute for coffee) Oranola. Granos. Granuto (breakfast
foodsi Nut Foods, Health Crackers. Oluten Flour. Call at our store.
Sanitarium Foods cost no more than others.
BATTLE CREEK PURE FOOD STORE
2129 Far nam St. Phono 2981. '
SEE OUR EXHIBIT
Distilled Water Ice
PUKE FOOD SHOW
We take orders there
we want yours.
Distilled Water Ice Co.
They want the town on the Faist farm
about a quarter of a mile from and on the
other side of the track from where the com
pany has located it. Surveyors have been
employed to lay out a town on the Falst
place and those Interested will do their best
to have the business houses built there.
Two banks have already been incorporated
and will start doing business as soon as
building operations commence, and from
present indications three or four stores will
be built. It looks as though Estlna would
be the most promising town of any of the
new towns on the line of the Great North
ern in this vicinity.
News of Nebraska.
WOOD RIVER After several dava of re
Pairing on the switchboard of the local
telephone company, the lines are agal
working In fine shape.
LEXINGTON The interest In the Daw
son county Chautauqua has not abated al
though the attendance today did not come
up to that of yesterday.
WOOD RIVER The Union Pacific's
motor car pasRed through here early yes
terday morning on Its way to Callaway,
where It commences its regular run on the
Black Hills branch.
ALBION The Boone County Teachers
Institute convenes here today, and will re
main In session during the week. County
Superintendent Penny will be assisted by
some of the best teaching ability in the
PLATTSMOUTH-A. H. Hager paed
away at his home Ir this city today after
a four weeks' Illness. The deceased has
for a number of years been engaged as a
contractor, and some of the finest resi
dences In this city were built under his
supervision. He was 87 years of age.
COLt'MBL'S John Fouta. a laborer who
has lived here for several years had a pre
liminary examination before Justice
O'Brien this morning. He is charged with
attempting criminal assault upon the person
of Mrs. Kate CI Hoc ha. a Polish woman
40 years old. He was held to the district
PLATTSMOUTH John Wslllnger, one of
the prominent farmers residing in Eight
Mile Grove precinct, was found dead this
morning at the home of his son-ln-Iaw,
Antone Schaefer. He retired last evening
apparently as well as usual. Heart disease
Is thought to have been the cause of his
sudden death. He was about 70 years of
WOOD RIVER The Union Pacific Is
badly handicapped by the lack of side
tracks at this place. This noon there were
two long frleghts and three passengers
here and it was only after considerable
sawing that the tracks were cleared. It Is
rumored among local railroad men that the
line between Alda and Buda will be double
tracked some time this fall.
ALBION The Boone county republican
convention is called for next Saturday, the
26th. Most of the primaries will be held
this evening over the county. Beaver pre
cinct held Its primary last Saturday even
ing, and It Is expected thai the delegation
from that precinct will favor 8. J. Ken
nedy, editor of the Advance, for county
treasurer. A number of candidates are In
the Held for the office of sheriff.
HOWELIA-The "Turners" gave a plcnlo
here In the Wagnergast grave which was
a complete success. The main features in
the afternoon was the ball garpe, when
the Howells defeated the Boston Bloomers
8 to 3, while In the evening a program
was rendered by the "Turners which
included some excellent turning and com
edy singing. Dancing was also enjoyed
by a large crowd from neighboring towns
and good order was maintained throughout.
COLCMBl'S Earl Bushman, a young
man, met with an accident this morning
which will lay him up for some time. He
was trimming up some trees which had
been blown down by the storm last week,
when the ax glanced and struck him in
the left foot. Two toes were severed aa
neatly as a surgeon could do It. and an
other was left hanging by a mere thread
of flesh. Bushman, however, was able to
come to town and have the foot dressed by
WOOD RIVER O. J. VanDyke of Shel
ton. Grand Master Workman of the
Ancient Order of United Workmen
of the state of Nebrnska, had quite
an exciting experience near here yesterday.
He and a friend were coming from Shelton
on a frelKht and stopped off here to sen a
friend. While here the train started and as
they did not want to wall for the caboose
they Jumped onto a flat car. Previous to
this the car bad had a hot box and when a
little east of town It started up In a blase
again. Fortunately nothing broke until the
train had stopped and two scared men were
transferred from the burning car to the
Cheap Rates To Clear Lake and
VIA CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAIL
Tickets on sale every Saturday. Final
return limit the following Monday. Good
fishing, boating, bathing. Reasonable
hotel rates. For further Information apply
to B. D. PARKHL'RST. General Agent,
1612 Farnam St., Omaha Neb.
New Church at Stursla.
STURGIS, 8. D., Aug. &. (Special.) A
Baptist church has been organised in
Bturgls. U. 8. Sparks and E. E. Eaton
were elected deacons, Leslie Eaton, dark,
and Mrs. 1. H. Slater, treasurer.
The Battle Creek
Sanitarium Health Fcods
effort to Induce the public to use rur
Seeing is believing
. Two Si or es:
Cor. 23d & Leaven
worth and 2916
FATAL WRECK IN MONTANA
Nine Persons Killed When Freight Strikes
8treet Oar at Butte. '
MOTORMAN FAILS TO OBEY THE SIGNAL
Freight Conductor days He Was
Warned, but Tried to Cross
Railroad Trucks at
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. n.-Nlne persons
were killed, one fatally Injured and about
thirteen more or less Injured in a collision
between a street car filled with returning
merrymakers from the Columbia gardens
and a freight train on the Butte, Anaconda
A Pacific railway last night.
MAGGIE HARRINGTON, aged 19. Butte.
MAID JOHNSON, aged 19, Butte.
MRS- JACOBS, colored. Butte.
MAGGIE KEEFE. aged 1, Butte.
2AHA.V',GHTONi "a"'1 Butte.
MRS. SADIE SMITH.
CHRIS WOLD, identified only by name
on metal ld.ntiiip.iun ..i. 4 4 , 1 , -
I IDENTIFIED MAN AND WOMAN,
bo!1 a,1 the Montana undertaking rooms.
Harry L. Llndley.
Albert Dockstader. '
Alfred Jackson, motorman.
Escape of Many Miraculous.
Loaded with passengers, most of them
women and girls, the car returning from
Columbia gardens, was struck by the end
of a freight train on the railroad tracks
north of the Butte. Anaconda A Pa.ifi
depot, and crushed beneath the weight of
one freight car, killing nine and fatally
injuring one and perhaps another. Numer
ous others were slightly hurt and taken
to their homes for treatment, their names
at this time being unobtainable.
That more were not killed la mlruninm
for the accident occurred with a suddenness
that precluded any hope of escape for those
on the front end of the car.
Most of them were women and young
girls, and six of these were killed, tSie
other two victims being men.
Protruding from beneath the bottom of
the mass of twisted and broken timbers
were the feet and lower limbs of several
of the victims. The limbs were badly
crushed and the feet of a woman were
almost completely severed Just above the
ankles. Her agonising screams could be
faintly heard, but as the remainder of
the body waa obscured from view it was
Impossible to Identify the victim.
The train which struck the street car
was composed of fourteen freight cars
being pushed on the tracks by a Butte,
Anaconda & Pacific engine.
The street car was approaching from the
south. Conductor Hoagland says he was
on too of the train with a lantern, and
warned the motorman. but the latter put on
speed and attempted to cross ahead of the
BIG RANCHMAN INDER ARREST
Federal Authorities Chars Him with
STURGIS, 8. D.. Aug. .-(8peclal.)
George B. MePherson. a prominent rancher
of this county (Meade) waa arrested on a
warrant sworn out by United States Spe
cial Agent Wadsworth, on ths charge of
fencing 2,900 acres of government land near
Hereford, In Meade county. Ha waived
examination and was released on a bond
of (SAO to appear before tha federal court
In Dead wood at the next session.
Dinner for Omnhn Men.
LARAMIE, Wyo.. Aug. 21. (Special.) All
arrangements have been completed for a
dinner which is to be given by Colonel B,
J. Bell at his ranch, twenty-one miles from
this city, on the 28th Inst. The guests
will form a distinguished party, among
whom will be included Mr. A. L. Mahler,
general manager of the Union pacific'; C.
J. Lane, aaslstant traffic manager; Luthar
Drake, president of the Merchants National
bank of Omaha; B A. McAllister, land
commissioner, Omaha; Governor B. B.
Brooks of Wyoming, United States Sen
ator Clark of Wyoming. Congressman F.
W. Mondell eC Wyoming, Dr. i. M. Wilson,
if Cletxiveit U
( Bakery in the
A. B. C
are pure food. In every
If you want highest
quality and finest fla
40th and Farnam.
president of the State Board of Sheep
Commissioners and president of the State
fair commiaxlon; United States Senator
George 8. Nixon of Nevada, Ex-Senator
J. M. Carey of Cheyenne, and many other
well known and distinguished western men.
The Bell ranch Is one of tha finest In the
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Partly Cloudy In Nebraskn Today
Probnbly Showere In South
WASHINGTON, Aug. a. Forecast of the
weather for Tuesday and Wednesday!
For Nebraska Partly cloudy Tuesday,
probably showers In south portion; Wednes
For Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday prob
ably showers In southern portion; Wednes
day, partly cloudy, showers In east portion.
For Kansas Partly cloudy Tuesday, prob
ably showers and cooler In the afternoon or
For Colorado Cloudy Tuesday, probably
showers and cooler; Wednesday, fair.
For Wyoming Fair Tuesday, cooler In
west portion; Wednesday, fair.
For South Dakota Fair and warmer
Tuesday; Wednesday, fair and cooler In
For Missouri Partly cloudy Tuesday,
showers and cooler In west portion;
Wednesday, fair In west, showers and cooler
In east portion.
wU9E OF THE WRATH ER BUREAU.
OMAHA. Aug. 21. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared 'with
the corresponding day of the last three
l"- . 19". 1H. 1 1901
Maximum Umnarahir. ua fy . ti
Minimum temperature .... 70 63 , 67
Mean temperature 79 70 ' Tl 74
Precipitation 00 .12 .00 00
lemperature and precipitation departures
and comparison with the last two year:
Normal temperature , n
Excess for the day a
j-.uriiiN.i precipitation ,
Deficiency for the day
Precipitation since March 1
.. .10 Inch
. 10 Inch
. I OS Inchee
. 1.06 Inohee
. 1.97 Inches
r r. at.
uenciency since March 1
Deficiency for con period 1904..,
Deficiency for cor. period 1902...
Reports from Stntlena at
Station and State
Chicago, part cloudy
Davenport, cloudy ....
Kansas City, clear ...
North Platte, cloudy .
St. IxiulS, clear
St. Paul, clear
Salt Lake City, clear .
Valentine, part cloudy
,l! A. WELSH,' Local Forecaster.'
Brought on by eating green vegetables and
unripe fruit, or by sudden changes la
weather, excessive heat, gulping down
Iced drinks, etc., tffft quickly cured and
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
It kills the disease germs, allays trrlta
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healthy. "Duffy's" contains no fusel olL
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