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TIIE OMAHA -DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905.
B1C THREE BEBC WATCHED
lodiUr Istrl lUsdj U lot if lecstsary
U Pretest Bsbraita Policj Holders.
WAITING TOR CLOSE OF INYESTIGATIOR
Llaeol Wtmit Gets Rarlted. Meade
Her Baas- Mraurr aad Ijoeee
It Railroad Me a RTr
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOtN. Oct. . ("racial. ) Auditor E.
M. Brarle, who la the tiead of the state
Insurance department, atated today that he
will take no . action -lth reference to the
three big New Tork companies until the
legislative Investigation la completed, when
he will determine whether or not they can
be permitted to' do bualneaa In the state
with tha present official personnel, subject
aa Jt la to grave charges. He ha no de
sire to act hastily and will k1v the matter
thorough consideration at what he deems
the proper time. ,
Tomorrow It la planned to have Examiner
11. 8. Wiggins of the department start for
New Tork to co-operate with the Insurance
officials of other states In examining; th
records of tha ''Big Three" companies. He
1 to be there on Monday to assist in the
work. Deputy Pierce, who Is In direct
charge of Insurance matters, haa Just ro
turned from hla eaatern trip, where he
made arrangements with the officials of
other states for co-operation In tha work
by Mr. Wlggtna. Should the state experts
uncover any new facts of vital Importance
to the Investigation. It la believed that final
act km may be- deferred until they have
completed their work, although tha dlspo
ajtlon ia now evident- to decide aa to the
right of the companies' to do buslneas as
soon aa tha New Tork Investigation com
mlttee lumi up.
The Nebraska department la disposed to
do everything In Its power for the protec
tion of the policyholders In the Insurance
companiea, but so far not the slightest
doubt haa ever been felt as to their sol
vency, and for that reason It waa believed
that the sltuat'on did not call for hasty
action. It haa been known that the Insurer
in those eorporatlona were greatly Inter
ested In tha revelation which have been
made concerning the use of the funds In
which they have a a ha re, but no demand
haa been made for any action looking
towards the disbarment of the companiea
Tha department has full power under the
statutes of tha state to make any reasona
Jle requirement, under penalty of revoking
the licenses of companiea The auditor
will hare tha power. If he considers the
offences charged to tha managing officials
of the companiea grave enough, to revoke
the licenses without delay, unleas an agree.
tnent la reached to turn out the officials
who are Involved and replace them with
The records show that the three oom-
; THE IMMANUEL
which for' 15 vears has been called
"The Swedish Hospital" offers now
through Its well known efficient staff
tf Surgeons and -Physicians, its quiet
and healthy location and careful nur
sing the bent plac for the sick and suf
fering. Those who want to go to this
institution must take care that they are
not misled to some other place. Tele
phone No, 1522. v Sherman 'Are car.
Srtth and Ames, takes you straight to
lmcoanuel -Hospital. Omaha, Neb.
We nae our ewn nana
la oar bualnaaa; yo
know whe you are Aotnj
VARICOCELE - HYDROCELE
euiwd. Method mew, without pals) er lose
at time. CHAHQu LOW.
blood poise z?U0i?''7rz
body, la BBOUtk. (vague, throat, katr aa4
yebrowe taiUxxg eut disappear eamplewl
Wilt Kerww. Uti l..tE "lE
aerreua debttttr, early decline, lack of vises'
ana strecurto. -
I'RINAJiT. Kidney and Blaeder TroabWa.
Wean avaca- uurauut L. rln. Frequency
Y'nnettng. Urine High Colarea er WUs
, Milky fccjiaiaAt ea staadlng.
Traatmaot by aaalL 1 years OF BO.V
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km fa tmmx la plaia wrateaa,
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a.utui a wu
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f What She Wanted Tk
I mmd refused substitutes. Tha who
I I hare mud Lmnri know wky they 1
I I praier It. . Parity, Flaw, bcrengta. I
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Fa I '41 LV' 1.1 Saineee
1 t,Vi.V-f' Cease
Hope, fresh air, rest and
Scott's Emulsion are the
greatest remedies for con
sumption. Scott's Emulsion
will always bring comfort and
relief often cure. Scdtt's
Emulsion does for the con
sumptire what medicine alone
cannot do. It's the nourish
ment in it that takes the pa
tient in long strides toward
SCOTT St iOWNX, mm) raad Straat, Mew Torb,
panles which are under fire have done a
large business In the atate in past years
and their agenta have found It a good field,
so that the revocation of the license would
be an effective penalty. Any action by the
audltor'a department would not, however.
Interfere with insurance contracts now in
force, and tha holders of tha policies will
remain undisturbed In their rights.
eaveaa-er Law ia Valid.
It is pointed out with reference to the
decision, of the supreme court In the caaa
of Bute ex rel. William Saunders agalnat
Robert O. Fink that It affirms anew the
legality of the statute providing for the
sale of delinquent realty for leaa than the
amount of tazea due, one of the points
which has been urged against all of the
legislation on the ground that It provided
for an unconstitutional commutation of
tazea. Last spring a decision waa rendered
affecting one branch of the legislation, but
by Inference sustaining the statute under
which proceedings have been Instituted In
Lancaster and Douglas counties. There
till remained in the mlnda of aome law
yera a question, which haa been removed
by the opinion handed down yesterday.
which, in speaking of the claim of Saunders,
"He had the right to purchase at the
sale the tax certificates in dispute for the
amount due thereon, although that amount
might be less than the decree."
In a nutshell this rule covers the entire
case, holding that the city cannot sell the
certificate for leaa than waa paid for it.
but that tha law is valid In providing for
aale of the delinquent property for leaa
than the amount of the decree, which rep
resents the taxes and accrued Interest due.
Tha opinion, held by Lancaster county of
ficials, who examined the decision, leana
towards the view that the action of the
court will save cltlea from unfair deals In
MlMonrl River Is Navigable.
The Missouri river Is a navigable stream.
no matter what the skeptics of Inland
towns may think of It, for the supreme
court haa uttered ita ukaae to that effect,
for such it is since the opinion in the caaa
of William Klnkead agalnat C. W. Tur
geon, from Dakota county waa filed
The caae arose from the fact that the
river shifted its channel one night, leaving
Klnkead's farm on the bank without the
water front, which he was wont to have.
Turgeon located the land In the dry channel
and Klnkead claimed it, going into the
courts. The auprema court now upholds
the entry by Turgeon on the ground that
the stream Is navigable and public water,
that, therefore, the claim of tha riparian
owner to the land extending to the middle
of tha chanel cannot be) sustained. How
ever, the court says, had the change been
very gradual and through accretion, he
would own whatever area was thus added
to the farm.
Bread sal Water leatenec flora.
The supreme court haa decided that the
Imposition of a Jail sentence on a bread
and water diet is not such a cruel and
unusual punishment as to be within the
ban of the constitutional provision. It has
denied the application of a man named
Erickson, confined in the Folk county Jail,
for a writ of habeas corpus, which he
sought on the ground that he had been
ordered on a bread and water diet for tha
last twenty days of a Jail sentence. Imposed
for taking part In an affray. .
Lost Baby at Gretsa.
Burlington trainmen are authority for the
story that a Lincoln woman, whose name
was not learned, lost her babe at Oretna
under peculiar circumstance yesterday.
She stepped off tha faat train, thinking
that Lincoln had been reached, and in the
flurry of tha moment handed the babe to a
nearby woman, mistaking her for a waiting
friend, and started to look after her bag
gage. Just then she discovered her mis
take and the train started. She forgot her
child In her anxiety to board tha train
and, aa It waa too late to go back, tha
woman waa earned to Lincoln, while a
Oretna woman waa left worrying over tha
possibilities of disposing of her unbidden
guest, until the distracted mother got in
For fifty yean we have maJ
Cook's Imperial and know that
It b the bast Q mna bus that
pure grape mod human foge
ouity could make and out
opinion was endorsed by the
gtvtag of the Grand PrUs over
ell other makes at the St. Louts
Vorld'i Fair. Cook's Imperial
fa half the price of forctra
made Champagnes The if
fcrenos lies tn the fact that
you pay duty and ship freight
on the foreign make.
SERVED EVERYWHERE '
akxuuh ma c. st. um
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Platers roejghcaed by aeedJework
catch every stain sad look hopeless!
dirty. Hand SapaHo removes not only
the dirt, bet also the loosened, injured
cuticle, and restore thm tlogcn to
tbtlr omturtxl sWe(y.
AJ-I CKOCIM AND DRUCGiaT"
communication with her through the sta
tion agent and secured tha return of bar
Old settlers who attended tha reception
last evening at the home of Mr. and Mra
A. J. Sawyer for all who lived here and
hereabouts thirty years sgo and more
found It as pleasing a reunion aa 't was
unique. It la estimated that from 150 to
tOO people attended, not all of whom, how
ever, had been here so long. The early
evening was devoted to five-minute con
versations on assigned toplca relating to
early Lincoln history, and later a number
of those present were called upon to re
count reminiscences, among whom were
Judge Pound, W. J. Lamb, Od C. Pace,
E. E. Brown. J. 8. Dales. P. H. Cooper,
Mrs. King. Mrs. Perkham. Mr. Warnea,
C. O. Whedon. H. H. Wilson, L. W.
Blllingsley and others. Refreshments were
Program for Saa-erlateadenta.
The program for the annual meeting of
the Nebraska Superintendents' and Prtn
clpala' association la out. The meeting will
be In Lincoln, October It II and 14. The
railroads have granted a one and one-third
fare. The officers are: President. E. L.
Roflse. Plattsmouth; vice president, Miss
Anna Tlbbets, Lincoln: secretary, E. E.
Magee, Ashland. Fallowing 1s the program:
Address W M. Pavldsnn, Omaha.
Paper "Has the Time Come When None
but College Graduates Should Be Elected
to High School Positions? ", Dr. E. C. Bes
"Mtislo In Nebraaka Schools," C. H. Mil
"Fatigue In School," Mra Nora Lemon,
"Judging a Teacher's Work." C A. Ful
"The Proa and Cons of Correlation In
Smaller High Schoola," Ed M. Hussong.
"Relationship of Young Principals to
Boards of Education." W. H. Gardner, Fre
mont. . .
Relationship of Young Principals to
Their Teachera." E. B. Sherman. Columbus.
Annual banquet, Llndell hotel; W. L.
"Proportion of Boye and Girls in Ne
braska High Schools," Mlsa Mattte Allen,
Lincoln. w, , . ,
Normal Training in the High Sohool
Under the New Law," J. E. Delsell, Lex-
llAlflof these papers will be discussed by
two or more school men of the state.
PARENTS DESERT LITTLE OSES"
Graadraetfaer Does Beat She Caa, bat
Baby Starves t Death.
FREMONT, Neb.. Oct. S. (Special.) A
moat heartless caae of the desertion of two
small babies by their parents came to the
attention of the authorities today when the
death of an infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
8. E. Tldd wasN reported to the city clerk.
About four montha ago thia pair left with
out giving Tldd's mother, who lived with
them, any Information where they were
going or. when they Intended to return,
abandoning their two children then three
weeks and fourteen months old, respect
Ively, and with scarcely anything In the
way of food on hand.
Mra. Mary Tldd la a woman over 60 years
of age In poor health and with no means
whatever. She gave the babies the best
care she could, expecting all the time to
hear from her son and that her daughter-in-law
would return. With the care of
two such children on her hands she was.
of course, unable to go out to work, but
managed to worry along somehow. She
was too proud to apply for assistance and
probably did not realise the desperate con
dition of the children. This morning the
youngest child died, and the grandmother
applied to the authorities to bury It. A
little stale milk and a few crackers were
all the food In the house. The dead child
weighed but five pounds, and In the bpln
lon of tha physicians died of starvation.
The other baby was in a critical condition
from lack of proper food, and the appear
ance of Mrs. Tldd ahowed that she had
denied herself In order to get "milk for the
children. They are now being cared lor
and it Is thought the child .will recover.
The sheriff intends to use every effort to
locate the pair, but Is without any clew
whatever to work upon.
FORMER KEBRA.SK. AN IS MURDERED
KUIeal y Halfwitted Bey Who Starta
Oat to Be Holdap Maa.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Oct. .-Speclal.) Wil
liam W. Booth, a veteran of the civil war
and a resident of Hllsboro, Ore., waa shot
and killed on the night . of September so
while returning home. He was about SO
years old, a native of Hllnols, and came
to Oregon four years ago from Beatrice.
Neb., where he was janitor of the high
school building. His murderer was a half
witted boy 15 years old, who. having read
many dime novels, and haying a burning
desire to hold somebody up, came to town
with a revolver In his pocket, and after
dark walked down the street, going east
out of town In search of a dark spot In
which to lurk for his prey. Soon he beard
a man coming, and bis disordered brain
told him this man' waa Jingling money.
Cocking his revolver at Just the right mo
ment, he presented the muszle to hla vic
tim and made hia demand. Inatead of a
ready campllance, however, a heavy stick
descended on the hand that held the gun.
and he aays caused him to pull the trigger.
MOTOR CAR ON ITS RECrLAR Rl'N
No. 9 la
KEARNEY, Neb.. Oct. . 8pecial Tele
gram.) Union Pacific motor car No. t ar
rived here Thursday evening and made Iti
Drat regular trip between thia city and Cal
laway this afternoon. Motor car No. 2 la an
all-steel car, and Is of the same general de
sign as motor car No. 1 with the exception
that it has two four-wheel trucks, la fifty'
five feet long and has a seating capacity of
Colfax Reaablleaas Naaalaate.
BCH L'YLER, Neb.. Oct. . (Special Tel
egram.) One of the moat enthusiastic
county conventions held by the republicans
of Colfax county in recent years was held
In Clarkaon this evening. All the pre
clncts were represented except three. Tha
only conteat waa for the office of sheriff.
resulting In the nomination of the present
deputy. Following la the ticket: Probate
judge, ueorge 11. wens or Bchuyler, re
nominated for fourth terra; county clerk,
Hun. Otto Zuelow of Bchuyler; sheriff,
Oliver Van Houaen of Schuyler; superin
tendent of publlo Instruction, Charlea Suth
erland of Ho wells; Coroner, Dr. Allen of
Clarkaon; commissioner. Second district, M.
T. Bohman of Schuyler; commissioner,
Third district. Joseph E. Sobota of Maple
Creek- precinct. The ticket la considered
strong. Tha democrats and populists will
hold conventions In this city tomorrow,
although neither party desires fusion.
AIHaaee ta Have Saw.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Oct. . (Special Tele
gram.) Preparatory to the beslnnin of
the much talked of sewerage system in
tma city tha contract fqr a complete sur
vey of the streets and alleys waa awarded
to Blake at Lawrence of BC Louis. It Is
stipulated that this work must begin within
ten days, thereby aaaurlng the early com
pletion of this absolute need.
Bill aael Part v mm T...
ALLIANCE. Neb.. Oct. 1 (Special Tele-rram.r-Jamea
J. Hill, accompanied by
Howard Elliott, prealdent of tha rirut
Northern; O. B. Harris, prealdent of the
Burlington; Daniel Wlllard. vice president
of the same system, and many leeaer lights
ta the railroad world, passed tLrough Uds
Direct telephone connections with
both cloak and clothing departments).
Call 727 and ask for department
SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE
Just received 150 Ladies' Pattern Hats No Two Alike
made of velvet, trimmed with plumes and wings all the
very latest styled effects colors, black, blue, red, green
and brown. Your unrestricted choice of any of these
city tonight in a special train for Omaha
and the east. .
SEW NORMAL. SCHOOL, PROSPERING
Atteadaaee Much Greater Than Had
KEARNEY, Neb.. Oct. (.-(Special Tele
gram.) Rev. L. P. Ludden, president of
the State Boart". of Education, spent yester
day visiting the State Normal school. Pres
ident Ludden was highly gratified .at th-5
showing which is being made and compli
mented President Thomas and the members
of the faculty on the work they are doing.
The chapel wan crowded and many were
obliged to stand during the exercises. The
total enrollment now numbers 40, which
far exceeds the highest expectations of the
school. Students are being enrolled every
day and others are writing for Informa
tion or to state their Intention of coming.
Cole Awarded the Estate.
YORK, Neb., Oct. t (Special.) In the
most bitterly contested case held for many
years in the county court here Judge Tay
lor decided that Richard Cole of York
aa the lawful husband of the late Nora
McEwen Cole and Cole succeeds to the
property left by Mrs. Cole. In' this case
Mr. Smith of Mlnsourt, St 'one time hus
band, contested the caae and both Mr.
Cole and Mr. Smlrh exhibited marriage
certificates, attempting te prove that each
was the lawful husband of Nora McEwen
Cole. Smith claimed that ' his wife never
secured a divorce- from him. The court
held that It la presumed that a woman
has a divorce before she marries again
and aa Mr. Smith was unable to show
conclusively that such was not the case
the court decided in favor of Mr. Cole.
The Veraonal property Involved In this
case waa not more than ISO. An appeal
will be taken to the district court.
LrsT Crashed lader Care.
WEST POINT. Neb.. Oct. .-(8peclal.)
An unfortunate accident happened here
at 4 o'clock this morning on the arrival of
the Ak-8ar-Ben excursion train from
Omaha. Albert Radler, county Jailor. In
alighting from the train fell In such a
manner as to be drawn beneath the wheels
and suffered the amputation of his leg
below the knee. Mr. Radler Is upwards of
60 years of age and It is feared the shock
to hla nervous System will result unfa
vorably. No blame Is attached to any one.
It seeming to be a case of too great haste
in alighting from the train In the dark
ness. Kalghta of folsabti Initiation.
ALLIANCE, Neb., Oct. t (Special Tele
gram.) Great preparations are being made
by the Knighta of Columbua of thia city
for the initiation of a big class the first
week of November. The event promises
to be one of the bg occasions of the
Newa of Nebraaka.
YORK Clem Munson and Mvrtla Mun.
son. both of Bradshaw, were married 'yea
terday by County Judge Taylor.
YORK Mr. William Camahy of Omaha
has accepted a position with tha York
Electric Light and Power company.
YORK Earl Smith and Edith Chrlsten
aon were married yesterday. Rev. W V
Bruce officiating. Mr. Smith la engaged In
the livery bunim-aa in. thia city.
PLATTSMOL'TH Ralph W. White haa
loat hla gold, watch, which has the head of
an Elk engraved upon one aide of tha
BEATRICE C. H. Dixon shipped a car
load of Percheron and Belgaln stallions to
Sutherland. Ore., today over the Union
BEATRICE William Hess, an old resi
dent of West Beatrice, allpped and fell
yesterday at hla home, breaking hia left
leg Juat below the thigh.
TECUM SEH The membera of the Tecum
seh nre department have decided to hold
the third annual ball and banquet on Wed
nesday evening, October 18.
TECUMSEH-Rev. A. L Zlnk, ' pastor
of the Tecumseh Christian church, has ac
cepted a half-time call from the new Chris
tian church at Cook, thia county.
TECUMSEH Mra. John Stetter was
thrywn out of her buggy on a bridge and
her head struck a handrail. A laceration
which required several atltcbes to draw
TECUMSEH A aavage dog bit the little
5?1.ofMr- nJ Mr- Frank Norrla of
"lable Rock, who was vlsltlngln this city.
The child waa bitten in the face. The dog
waa quickly dispatched.
YORK At a meeting of the cltlaena and
property ownera for the purpose of ascer
taining if the ownera of property, especially
bualneaa property, were ready to pave waa
held at County Judge Taylor's office. The
meeting waa very enthusiastic fur paving.
In general And coffee
hard to digest.
' FOOD COFFEE
Is Hard by a great army of brain
workers. "There's a reason."
16 - rvrvM CTOPFTt,. fiHA.
(The Peoples Furniture; A Carpet Co.)
models, as long as
they last, Sat
LADIES' NOVELTY COATS
Made of selected Scotch tweed,
42 inches long neat dark mix
- tures our $10.00 JT OQ
coat special for
LADIES BOX COATS-Made
of the new gray mannish mix-"
tures, very nobby button
price $11.75 special
for Saturday, at
Many property ownera who had been op
posed to paving declared that the time
had come when paving was a necessity In
York, especially on the principal business
TECUMSEH The fall term of district
court which was to have been held In this
county October 23. has been postponed until
November 20, owing to the poor health of
one of the Judges, Judge Babcock of Beat
rice. BEATRICE The annual meeting of the
Ladles' Aid society of the United Brethren
church waa held yesterday, at which these
offlcera were elected: Mrs. Florence Lewis,
president; Mrs. R. Hauser, vice president;
Mrs. T. L. Swan, secretary; Mrs. L. Han
YORK J. E. Hoover of Benedict, who was
nominated for county Judge on the populist
and democratic tickets has written to the
county clerk that he was no sheep, which
seemed to Imply that he did not want to
be led"t slaughter, and requested that his
name be withdrawn from the ticket.
AUBURN The much advertised street
stock show came off yesterday. A large
crowd attended and . the show was a good
one. The exhibit included horses, cattle,
mules, and vegetables and fruit of every
description. The weather waa tine and
every one seemed to have a good time.
PLATTSMOUTH The cornerstone for the
new large addition to the Nebraska
home building In this city will be laid by
the officers of the grand lodge of the
atate Monday afternoon. Arrangements are
being perfected to entertain all of the
Masons and their wives from the different
portions of this state who may attend.
AIN8WORTH Yesterday at the residence
of the bride's narents. Mr. and Mra. Mel
Hannah, vice president of the Alnsworth
State bank. Miss Jennie Hannah was mar- i
ried to Mr. D. L Juvenat, assistant cash
ier of the Citizen's State bank here. Rev.
J. W. Delonx officiated. Both nartlea are
well known and stand high in society here.
They started on a trip east this morning.
YORK Editor Frank of the Teller, a
populist paper, confesses that when only
fourteen populists was all tltat will take
tne time to come out and attend a conven
tion It looks very much to him as If there
waa really no DODullst cartv In York
county, and as he does not care to come
ngnt out and act with tne democrats, he
writes that the Teller will act independ
ent, taking very little part in the fall county
WEST POINT Charles B. Demary. one
of tha oldest residents of the city and
among the best known cltlaena of Cuming
county, died last night of heart failure.
Mr. Demary came to West Point at the
time of the first establishment of the
United States land office here and served
the government for many years aa a clerk,
since which time he has been prominently
Identified with the upbuilding of thia city
BROKEN BOW At a meeting of the
Board of Education at the court house,
a conference waa held between the body
and a number of leading cltisena to consider
the advlaiblllty of adding a normal and
business course to the high school. Mem
bers of the board presented the question,
and, after a through discussion, a resolu
tion waa adopted stating It was the sense
of the meeting that a business course be
added, all those past the Eighth and Ninth
grades being eligible.
YORK Announcements are made of the
fifth annual sunset social that will be held
at the parlors of the Methodist church at
York on Tuesday, October 10, where an
appropriate program haa been arranged
and refreshments will be served. This is an
annual event that la looked forward to by
the old people of York and vicinity with a
great deal of pleasure. Each year the
old people attend the "Sunset Social,"
bringing their friends, and every peraon
over 70 years of age In York and vicinity
la Invited to attend. If either husband
or wife is over 70 the invitation is ex
tended to both, and if there are any of the
aged visiting they are urged to attend.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Tatar aa Tflntrrow ia Se-
braaka, lewa aaa Mlaaeert Cooler
' la Weatera Nebraaka Today.
WASHINGTON. Oct. .-Forecaat of the
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraaka Fair Saturday; cooler in
west portion. Sunday, fair.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Saturday.
Sunday, fair and cooler.
For South Dakota Fair and cooler Satur
day. Sunday, fair.
For Wyoming Fair Saturday, except
showers In northwest portion; cooler tn
west portion. Sunday, fair.
OFFICE OF TIIE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Oct. e.-ITlcial record of teni
perature and p. eclpilaUon, compared witn
the corresponding day of th. last three
1K6 I. Uiut. ltui
.81 U 82 &
. 63 42 60 49
T2 4S 71 to
00 .00 .SI .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March L
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature S7
Excesa for the day 15
Total exceaa alnca March 1. IMS 47i
Normal precipitation 0 Inch
Deficiency for the day us inch
Total rainfall alnf-e March S Inrhci
Deficiency elnce March 1 6 66 Inrhea
I"eflclncy for cor. period ISO.... .42 1nchea
Exceaa for cor. period 1908 4.02 Inches
Report! trmwrn Statloae at T P. M.
Station and State Tern. Max. Rain-
or w earner.
Davenport, clear ,.
Kansaa City, clear
North Platte, clear ....
Rapid CHy. clear
St. lula, clear
St. Paul, clear
Salt Lake City, clear...
"X" Indicates trace of precipitation. 1
. A- WLU. Locai Forecaster, i
7 p. m
73 80 .00 I
70 BO ' .W
&! 64 .00
70 T .00
T M .Ui
iflk W tA
74 K .04
74 S4 .011 0
T3 81 .CM
74 m .ui Q
7 82 ..0
70 74 . 00 Q
74 80 .00
78 to .00 O
(2 70 in 4
All our latest style Men's Hand
Suits that were $12.50 and
$15.00 go on sale tomor
row, Saturday, for
OVERCOAT WEATHER will
here. Are you prepared for
not, them come and see what
ve ttie eiiuwiug m overcoats
from $30 down to
DEPENDABLE CLOTHES for
and children on sale at $5.00,
$4.50, $3.50, $2.00 '
MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS-All
iXli view J, lilt-
terns, our regular seventy-
five cent shirts on sale
Saturday, at .
Orchard & Wilhelm
4I4-4I6-4IS South 16th Street.
Come and See Us in Our v New Store.
$3 Rocker Embossed
back, turned spindles,
cobbler leather seat, with
arms, full size rocker,
golden finish. We place
on sale ISO of these rock
IliUQW aV WVSerVa.-
Freight on this Rocker within 100 mlle of Omaha 30c
Freight on this Rocker within 200 miles of Omaha 50c
See Our Pine Horse Show Display Window.
wsastT TJmim' -mmi m. wsW
m sbj.-- w m r " w sa
Saturday Evening, October 7th, 9 P. M.
Every cash purchaser of $1.00 in our Stove and Hardware depart
ments, made before 9 P. M. October 7th, gives you a ticket -on the
beautiful $55 Quick Meal Steel Range, now shown in onr window.
COOKING EXHIBIT NOW ON
Quick Meal Malleable Steel Range bakes biscuits in 3 minulea.
Come and see it. This week with every Quick Meal "Range we give
free a set of granite ennameled kitchen ware, consisting of 12 pieces.
Milton Rogers & Sons Co.
Monday, Oct. 9, on account of Holiday.
MEGEATII STATIONERY CO.
Easy io Buy
Easy to Pay
The suit for your boy that Is nearest to being ladeetraetl
ble, that has the brst style, beat fit and looks aaost beoonlng
la oar special double-breasted
dealer for them, snd InsUt on harlne then.
Over 60 styles to select from, Ihey are rain-proof, mota
proof; bave IndsstraeUble lining; strong taped D.Ter-rlp
Htmr, double stai and doable kceee; s-w.d with silk ana
retain their shape. Tha be it salts ra Amertoa for the money.
Aft T to 14. Ask for -Bmrt Erer" Boys Suits aad don't be per
suaded to buy any not bearlug the above trade aiark.
Wrto k4.r bfUi"bf hnt," UW a tne Ma In aaatMsa
Imit. It U liM. .
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