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TTTE OMATTA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905.
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ONE DOSE gives IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
ORDINARY DOSE, A Wineglassful Before Breakfast.
The good effects of Apenta Water are maintained by smaller
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IN SPLITS ONLY,
Natural Apenta Carbonated,
A Refreshing and Pleasant Aperient
for Morning Use.
"' "DRINK WHILE EFFERVESCENT.
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VAT tTFtlVT mirmTK'IVr "id Dr. Francis to The Bee. -All
1U1 JLL&Llb AD 1 LIVll jLlli puff and blow and exaggeration and prlnt-
lng of pictures with a big eulogy. Is noth
ing. If we were trying to sell soap, then
Kt. Jamei A. T'iioii of Baptist Con
frDM Disoonita loUriety.
CONVENTION AT CALVARY CHURCH
Dr. K. B. rhlvere of Hen York Says
Heresy of Delegating All F e
llalons Work to Minis.
,' ten Is Pernicious.
Th flrxt session of the Baptist evange
listic conference w.i held Wednesday morn
ing at Calvary Baptist church. Addresses
were made by Rev. E. E. Chivers, D. D.,
of New York, field secretary of the Ameri
can Baptist Home Missionary society; Rev.
Cornelius Woelfkln, D. D., of Brooklyn,
Keneral evangelist of the society, and Rev.
James A. Francis, state evangelist of the
society for New York. Owing to a mistake
In the printed program, which stated that
the meetings would begin Wednesday
night, only a few ministers from out of
the city were present.
Dr. C'hlvers presided at the meeting. He
explained the nature of the work, how
the society which lie . represented sought
to spread the influence o the church by
Instructing pastors in. proper evangelistic
methods. Ho told of conferences similar
to the one at Omaha, from which the
pastors In attendance had gone away
strong In new courage and strength, ex
einpllfied in the ra&ilts of their work Im
'.' Aim U Tno-Fold.
"The aim of the conference Is two-fnld."
aid Dr. Chivers; '"first. II seeks to, restore
to Its' Vir'TAkc artd 'Importance 'the
evangelistic . note In the ministry of the
preacher.. The gospel is primarily a mes
sage and not an argument. Second, It
seeks to quicken in the membership of
the churches at large the evangelistic
spirit. More pernicious and demoralizing
than any theological h resy, is the practl
tal heresy which delegates religious work
entirely to -the ministry."
"Ws don't care for much advertisement
Clupeco Shrunk. Quarter Sizes.
IS CINTS IAOH ; a FOR A QUAHTIS.
OLUSTT, PEABODY ft CO..
VUii hi m ta vts
we would want that sort or thing, nut u
Joes not do In religious matters. We are
like the man In the basement, who keeps
warm all the offices of an eight-story
building; we are stokers. Infusing life,
vigor and spirit Into the heart of the
church of Christ.
"Of course we will appreciate whatever
the press says in a sober and conservative
The afternoon session was an open meet
ing for all Christian workers and was more
In opening the meeting Dr. E. E. Chivers
of New York summed up the message of
the morning meeting as "In the plan and
thought of God a believer is to perpetuate
the marvel, the mystery and the power of
Following a service of song and prayer
Rev Cornelius Woelfkln, the new leader
of tho evangelistic work of the Baptists,
gave an address on "The First Lesson In
Prayer." based on Matthew vl, 6. This
verse gives the five points In this first
prayer lesson: period; 2, place; 3, privacy;
4, persons; 6, promise.
Dr. E, E. Chivers and Dr. Cornelius
Woelfkln conducted tho service and Rev.
J. R. Francis, state evangelist of New
York, gave the address on the familiar
subject of "The Lord's Prayer."
MAKE SURE OF CERTIFICATE
Two County 8ipirintidnts Qualify
TiemielTei to Retain 021m.
MOST OF OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS IN
Doaalas and Riant Other Conntles
Hare Failed 1 p to Hate to File
Official Abstract with Mate
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 15. (Special.) State Su
perintendent Mcllrien has learned that two
of the county superintendents-elect, who
were already in office, qualified themselves
by Issuing first grade certificates required
to make them eligible, before election. This
Is contrary to the ruling of McBrlen In
which he held that superintendents who
were candidates for re-election must qual
ify by going before the officials of other
counties to secure their certificates. Today
Attorney General Brown told him that he
had taken the proper stand and he Is de
termined not to allow these two superin
tendents to enter on new terms. He dops
not believe that any official can rightfully
qualify himself, and condemns the prac
tice resorted to by the two under consid
eration in issuing certificates, especially
where examinations are required and they
pass on their own grades.
The state official refused to give the
names of the counties or the men con
cerned, but he Intimated that they were
located In the thickly populated section of
the state. He takes the view that the
county boards will have to fill the vacan
cies by appointment when the present
terms of the two disqualified officials expire.
He fully anticipates a suit to test the
this i validity of the law from some of the can
didates affected by his rulings, it is Be
lieved that It will proceed from the two
candidates, who have been declared ineli
gible because of the lack of the first grado
certificates. They have a right to take tho
examination Jn the branches in which they
failed under the ordinary practice.
It Is believed that a suit would test the
validity of the entire statute, which has
been alleged to bo unconstitutional. In this
connection It Is pointed out that there was
considerable controversy In the house be-
suits against the new line, fearing that Its
operation would bring the noisy steam
trains past their property, greatly to their
damage. Mr. Wilson stated that the char
ter does not provide for the use of locomo
tives. Several of the Injunction suits which
were to have been submitted before Judge
Cornish of the district court this morning,
have been postponed until next Tuesday.
Mr. Wilson stated that an effort had
been made to secure a traffic arrangement
with the Lincoln Traction company to use
Its O street tracks from Twenty-seventh
street to the heart of the city, but It had
demanded 6 per cent of the receipts ahd
an agreement not to engage in local pas
senger traffic. The attorney said that the
officials of the line were not .particularly
pleased with the Idea of hauling the cars
down O street, because of the considerable
freight traffic which they expect to handle.
BROWS C'OVMTY BOY IS KILLED
Glen Mllllaan Dies from Arcldental
Discharge of Shotgnn.
AINS WORTH, Neb., Nov. 15.-(Special
Telegram.) Yesterday afternoon, about
seventeen miles southwest of here, Glen
Milllgan, a 15-year-old boy, was out with
his stepfather and another man stretching
wire. The boy was standing in a wagon
with a shotgun In his hand. By some
move the gun was discharged and the con
tents entered his right side. He lived
about five minutes. His parenM brought
the body here fo- burial.
RIBBEL GETS CRANE BUILDING
Two Large Companies Make Realty
Deal Involving a Largs
Sum of Money
The Rlbbel Paper and Woodenware com
pany la reported to have purchased the
Crane company warehouse, situated on
Douglas, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets. The deal was made through the
real estate firms of D. V. Sholes com
pany, acting for the Rlbbel people and
Benson & Myers, acting for the Crane
company. Tho consideration is reported as
128.000. The building Is 44x13!! feet and con
sists cf five stories and basement. As
soon as the Crane company moves to its
new building at Tenth and Harney, which
will be within a brief time, the Ribbel
company will take possession of its new
sheriff to Assist Mr. Jensen.
Judge Sutton has ordered the sheriff to
render assistance, to Jens Jensen to put
him In possession of lot 4, block 134, city
of Omaha, as against five defendants who
have heretofore been ordered off the prop
erty. Constructive contempt of a perpetual
(inunction was alleged against the defend
ants, but was overlooked by the court as
not being wilful. Defendants are also or
dered to pay the costs of the suit. The
property in question Is part of the estate
formerly owned by Phoebe R. E. E. Linton,
and Jensen came Into possession under a
bale made ty order of the court.
NORTH STAR BRAND
The durability of fur garments depends
largely upon the freshness of the skins, and
th inside construction. We buy only the
best skins from first hands, and pay particular
attention to inside construction, interlining and
staying by hand. Our garments are made
in the best styles, and fit properly.
The Lanpher label is your puirantee.
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Tlte greatest artists of the world who have achieved
faint as pianists have done so upon a Knabe Piauo. In
no other Piano dors the musician find such perfect touch;
In no other Piano is the tone so absolutely pure and last
ing. The perfect Knabe construction, which all other
Piano makers have endeavored to ropy (and which none
has approached), makes possible a satisfaction which no
other Piano ran give. u
The Knalw is the only Piano which gives the correct
idea of tone, the only Piano which permits perfect ee
l sell a brand new Cabinet Grand Knahe for only
We carry a most complete and specially selected stock
of Knabe Pianos.
A. HOSPE CO.,
1513-15 Douglas St.
Rest Place to Buy a Piano. Sellers of the Wonderful Angelus.
Decs tar Mar net Railroad.
TEKAMAH. Neb.. Nov. 15. (Special.)
From the present Indications It looks very
much as though the Decatur-Tekaniah
railroad will not be a pipe-dream much
longer. The Everetts of Lyons and J. P.
Latta of this place have been looking
around for the past few days and It is
understood that they have made the fol
lowing proposition: If Tekamah, Decatur,
Riverside and Arizona will vote the same
amount of bonds ($15,000) that they did
for the Omaha. Decatur ft Northern, which
was never built, and also obtain the right-of-way
from the north city limits of De
catur to the south city limits of Tekamah
they will build a standard gauge road be
tween the two towns and will yut up a
bond to that effect and commence tlvj road
ween Speaker Rouse and Representative
Warner, one of the Introducers of the
measure, as to the regularity of the amend
Th measure makes great changes in the
educational system, and will bar many
teachers who do not come up to the high
tandards which It carries Into effect grad
ually. It met with much opposition from
certain sections of the teaching popula
tion, but had back of It the weight of the
state educational department's Influence,
together with that of the State Teachers"
Says Malone is Trying to Even I'n.
W. A. Bentley, the former city detective
who Is now charged with blackmail and
graft In company with O. M. Routzahn, the
former chief of police under the adminis
tration of George A. Adams, has made pub
lic a statement that he is a victim of the
desire of James Malone, the present city
detective, to avenge himself on the former
administration. He declares that Malone,
In his present situation, has such power
over the class of witnesses complaining
that he could secure the evidence to hang
a man. Chief Cooper, the present head of
the police department, declares in reply
that Malone has no such power over the
inhabitants of the red light district and
Mayor Brown disclaims all connection with
the prosecution. Cooper declares that he
cautioned the women before the suit was
started that they must not swear to false
Pleased with It.
Governor Mickey, who inspected the In
stitution for deaf and dumb at Omaha yes
terday, said today that ho found It In good
condition. He will make a tour of other
state Institutions during the fall. It is his
policy to visit them at intervals in order
to confer with their officials and see that
they are properly conducted.
Many Official Abstracts In7
With the exception of nine counties, all
of the official abstracts of the vote cast for
Judge and regents of the State university
at the recent election are on file in the
office of the secretary of state. Fred Miller,
deputy secretary of state, expressed his
surprise that County Clerk Drcxel of
Douglas county has not filed his return,
since it Is understood to have been com
pleted. The eight other counties from
which returns have not been received are
Boone, Cedar, Clay. Colfax, Deuel, Greeley,
Loup and Valley.
Cnder the provisions of the statutes the
uosiracts irom me counties must be re
ceived at the office of the secretary of
state by the second Monday after election
or he may send a messenger to the clerk of
the delinquent county, at the expense of
the latter, to secure them. The State
Board of Canvassers Is required to meet
on the third Monday after election to can
vass the vote. Before that time the sec-re.
tary of state usually has the votes tabulated.
Gait Makes Value of Horse.
Today In the district court Ed Pyle. a
Lincoln horseman testifying In the damage
suit of Dr. Wente against the Burlington
to recover for the loss of a valuable animal
In transit, said that- the value of a horse
Is determined by the number of gaits he
has. He testified that this Is especially true
of saddle horses. Wente. who Is a prom.
Inent democrat, wants 12.000 for the loss of
Culver Sails for Philippines.
Adjutant General Culver has received
word that the Third cavalry. In which
his son, C. C. Culver, is lieutenant, will
sail for the Philippines on the transport
Hurord December 15. He has also learned
that the Twenty-fourth Infantry, In whl.-h
W. H. Oury Is captain, will sail for the
eastern islands on the Thomas January 5,
instead of going to Alaska, according to the
original orders. Botli commands have been
stationed at Fort Asslnlbolne, Mont.
Pardon for Sarpy County Man.
The friends of James Dillon, a Sarpy
county man convicted of burglary in
October, 1904, and Bent to the penitentiary
for three years, nave applied to Governor
Mickey for a pardon. A hearing will be
granted soon. It Is asserted that Dillon
has conducted himself properly and has
earned a pardon.
state's Wards May Have Turkey.
Members of the State Board of Public
I-ands and Buildings say that the inmates
of most of the state institutions will have
turkey and cranberry sauce on Thanks
giving day, despite the high price demunded
fur the fowl. At some of the institutions'
the whole, or at least a partial supply of
turkeys is produced. The purchases are
made under special permits for fresh
meat and do not specify the kind lo be
bought. . Warden Beenier of the state
penitentiary has already entered Into a ten
tative contract for enough geese to supply
the prisoners In his charge with Thanks
ya Locomotive lit Heart of City.
Today H. H. Wilson, counsel for the
Lincoln, Omaha & Beatrice Interurban
railway, quieted the fears of the Lincoln
people with the assurance that no steam
locomotives will be run down Fourteenth
street to the heart of the city. For several
days the owners of property along that
thoroughfare Lavs been filing Injunction
VIHnoTT Taken Home.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. Nov. .-(Special.)
Anton Vlllnow. a wealthy farmer
residing one and a half miles from Nor
folk, arrived In the city this afternoon for
his brother, Lewis, who has been cared for
at the county farm. He stated that he
was guardian for nls brother and had him
released from the asylum for Insane In
Lincoln and placed with their sister, Mrs.
Gus Wagner, near his home. Lewis left
their sister July 1 and they had not heard
from him until they saw an account of
the affair in the Plattsmouth Journal and
Tho Sunday Bee. There are four sisters
and three brothers In the family. He will
take his brother home with him tomor
row. Lewis is 40 years of age.
Beatrice Municipal Business.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 15. (Special.)
At a meeting of the city council last night
a large amount of supplies for the firemen
were ordered purchased. The city treas
urer reported a balance on hand of
11. 181.83. Mayor Shultz reported that the
scavenger tax sales probably would realize
from S10.000 to J15.000 in thirty duys. He
also gave notice that the city had been
sued by Frances Kasslng for $3,000 for In
juries sustained by falling through a de
fective walk. The city attorney was In
structed to see that the county treasurer
be prevented from accepting a part pay
ment upon railroad taxes.
Railroad Velocipede Explodes.
NORFOLK, Neb., Nov.' 16. (Special. )
"Bob" Eckles, a prominent Northwestern
railroad bridge Inspector of this city and
a well known Norfolk Elk, was blown up
by an explosion of his gasoline velocipede
between Crelghton and Wlnnetoon, Neb.,
today and serlousy injured. One arm and
hand were torn to pieces and he received
other Injuries, the extent of which is not
known yet. His face was bleeding when
he was brought In lor surgical treatment.
He was hurled sixty feet in the air by
Ten Years for Forgery.
SIDNEY. Neb.. Nov. 15 C. D. Romero
of Des Moines, la., who was recently ar
rested at Buffalo, N. Y., charged with
passing a forged draft on the Bank of
Bridgeport, this county, was at his trial
today, found guilty of forgery and sen
tenced by Judge Grimes to ten years in
Seed Corn Special on Tonr.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Nov. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) A Rock Island seed corn special
In charge of a party of Kansas university
men passed through the city today en
route west. In the party were Superin
tendent Wilson, Assistant Superintendent
Burleigh and other Rock Island officials.
Student Study Deficients.
BEATRICE, Nob., Nov. 15. (Special Tele
gram.) Prof. Bolton of the state univer
sity ahd fourteen members of the class of
pathology made their annual visit to the
Institution for Feeble Minded Youths today.
Xehraskana to Wed.
SIOCX CITY, la., Nov. 15.-(Speelal Tele
gram.) A marriage license was Issued to
Ezra Horton, aged 60 of Norfolk, Neb., and
Mrs. Sarah A. DeGarmo, 43, of Belden,
THOUSANDS OF FAIR WOMEN
HERALD PRAISES OF PE-RU-NA.
Catarrh and Catarrhal
Diseases Make In
valids of More
Women Than All
Other Ailments Combined.
Considers Pe-ru-na the Best Medicine
in the World.
Mrs. W. J. Bryanton, 210 Sherman street,
Dtnnlson, Ohio, writes:
"I followed the directions you kindly gave
me and now I find myself entirely cured.
I think your Peruna is the best medicine
In the world."
Heartfelt Thanks for Relief Found
"I took Peruna as you directed. I had
a dry cough and after using two bottles
of Peruna, I found relief. You have my
Miss JcbsIo S. Dword, 37 South street,
A cough Is caused by a catarrhal condi
tion of the throat and bronchi.il tubes.
Remove the catarrh and the cough disap
pears. Peruna is the remedy for all ca
Permanent Benefit Followed Ue of
Miss May Cray, 147 lllh street, Brook
lyn, N. Y.. writes:
"For more than five years I suffered
from rheumatic pains in my Joints, and
in damp or stormy weather I was obliged
to stay in doors.
"Medicine seemed to be of no use until
I started using Peruna.
"I took twelve bottles in all, although
It is six oionths ago since I stopped.
"I have had no return of my old com
plaint. In spite of the fact that I have
been out in all sorts of wvathcr during the
No better remedy was ever devised by
the medical profession for the initiation
of all climatic ailments than Perunn.
Pe-rn-na Vsed for Throat Trouble.
Keeps the Remedy nt Hand.
Mrs. J. A. Baker, 3S0 Iocust avenue,
Amsterdam, N. Y., writes:
"I feel it my duty to write and tell you
what Peruna has done for me, so that
all those who nre troubled as I was may
find the same speedy cure.
"Four years ago I lost my voice, so that
I was unable to speak above a whisper
for seven weeks. Our family doctor could
do nothing for me.
"After seven weeks' suffering I read
some circulars In regard to Feruna.
"I bought a lxittlc at once and look it
in teaspoonfull dose. cvtTy 'hour, nnd In
two days 1 could talk. I will sever be
without It." . x "
For free medicinal advice, write to Dr.
S. B. ll'ortman, President of the Hart
rnan Sanitariums Columbus, Ohio.
Xews of hraska.
BEATRICE Two cases of diphtheria
were reported yesterday by the authorities.
BEATRICE The firemen of this city
will hold a fair In the Auditorium Novem
ber 27 to December 2. Jenkins' orchestra
has been engaged to furnish the music.
BEATRICE Yesterday in the district
court Ellen Moore was granted a decree
of divorce from her husband. Melroy
Moore, on the groundsof cruelty, deser
tion and nousuppurt.
NORFOLK Madison county pharmacists
have organized an association which is
auxiliary to the national association of re
tali druggists. The purpose is to fight cut !
rate druggists and to promote mutual In
BEATRICE Miss Minnie Shepherd, a
school teacher employed in the country,
died at her home in tilts city last night
after an illness of two weeks, aged 24
years. She was the daughter of Thomas
Shepherd, an old resident of Beatrice.
SCHUYLER Mr. Gerald Bednar of
Chickiiaha. i. T.. and Miss Gertrude Carr
of this place were married at the home of
the bride's mother here this morning. They
left on the afternoon train for Cnickasha,
stopping off at Omaha and Lincoln en
BEATRICE F. N. Prophet, who has been
manager of the Queen City Creamery com
pany's plant here ever since its organiza
tion, has teen promoted to a position at
Lincoln witli the Beatrice Creamery com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. Prophet will leave In
a few days to make their home In Lincoln.
OSCEOLA Judge B. F. Good did work
at lightning speed here on Monday evening.
He came in at 9:40 p. m.. opened court
right away, received a plea ot guilty, nned
the defendant $-". money paid, besides a
lot of other business, and all finished up
before the lights went out nt 11, and the
next morning the Judge took the passen
ger for David City to convene court there.
PAPILLION The owners of the block In
which the A. W. Clark bank is situated
are building a dike on the south and west
sides of the block to prevent the high
water from overflowing the basements.
The Papllllon Times was driven out of the
basement of the bank building one year
ago and now the Sarpy County Republican,
occupying the same room. Is fearful of the
NEBRASKA CITY At a special session
of the city council the Nebraska Telephone
J company was given periuijiuu to plui Its
principal telephone wires under ground.
The wires will be placed In a conduit laid
In the allev between Central avenue und
First avenue from Fifth street and Four
teenth street. This will practically remove
all of the company's overhead wires from
the principal streets.
BEATRICE Black Brothers yesterday
purchased, the local grain company's ele
vator, corner of Third and Market, streets,
the consideration being $1.75o. The owners
expect to enlarge the plant by putting up
another building nnd will engage In the
grain business on a larger scale than here
tofore. Black Brothers' old elevator near
the Burlington tracks was condemned some
time ago and will probubly be torn down.
GENEVA Yesterday afternoon a com
mittee composed of tho president, Mrs.
Kate Koehler, and other officers of the
Equal Suffrage club, met with the County
Board of Supervisors with a request for
the bourd to paint and calcimine the walls
of the northeast room In the basement of
the court house, and to permit the. club to
furnish It for a rest room for the women
of the county or other towns when doing
business in our city and have to wait.
NEBRASKA CITY E. L. Overton, a
hardware merchant, was swindled out of
$9.60 last Saturday night by the two men
who passed a forged check at the Man
delson department store tho same evening.
Mr. Overton cashed a check for $f.50, pay
able to W. li. Ebert, the same ayce as
-,r.io.i in the Zie.ls check, drawn on the
Farmers' bank nnd purported to bear tho
signature of G. E. llouks, a wealthy
farmer who resides south of the city.
When the check readied the bank today
It was thrown out as not being genuine.
PLATTSMOL'TH Burglars pried off the
door to tho general merchandise store of
J J. Hitler, of the meat market of C. S.
Trumble. of the hardware store of A. L.
McDonald In Eagle, in this county, and
entering took from each a small amount
of money. They entered the saloon of
George Ooerue ana uiew iiin mc
with dynamite and got what money was in
It A stick of dynamite was found near
the safe. No clue to the parties has been
found but it is believed by the officers that
the men were old hands at the business.
Best Treatment tor Colds.
"Most ordinary colds will yield to ths
simplest treatment." says the Chicago
Tribune, "moderate laxatives, hot foot
baths, a free perspiration and an avoidance
of exposure to cold and wet after treat
ment." While this treatment is simple, It
requires considerable trouble, and the one
adopting It must remain indoors for a day
or two, or a fresh cold is almost sure to
be contracted, and In many instances
pneumonia follows. Is It not belter to
pin your faith to an old reliable prepara
tion like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
that Is famous for Its cures of colds and
can always be depended upon? Then no
unusual precaution is necessary to avoid
contracting a fresh cold. It also coun
teracts any tendency of a cold to result
The following births and deaths have
I been reported to the Board of Health tor
the twenty-iour noun riiuios .i
worth, 43; William Hicks, 117 South Elev
enth, 34; Harry P. Ward, Claikson hospi
tal, 45; Michael J. Slavln, 1717 South Tenth.
&!); Edith Short. WS North Twenly-sevonth
NOT RIGHT TO CUTTlRE FORCE
Lobeck Will Make Energetic Kffort
to ' Keep Department at
City Comptroller Lobeck Is very hopeful
that It will not be necessary for the Board
of Fire and Police Commissioners to re
tire twenly-six men from the tire depart
ment because of lack of funds.
"1 have not yet found out Just where the
money is to come from," he said, "but it
would not be right to lay off any of the
firemen. Wo have until the first of the
mo.nth to find a way and I am h' peful
that by Thanksgiving we can give the boys
something to be thankful for. It is prob
able that I will have a suggestion to make
to the council at Its next meeting."
hours ending at noon
Births Daniel J. Walsh. 2321 South Twenty-fifth,
girl; George V. Hamann. 213
Iavenworth, girl; Frank Divis. l.'Cl South
Twelfth, bov; John Zulck. 818 North Forty
seventh, girl; Chris Nelson, Fifth and Lo
cust, boy. ,
IH-atns Maria urevin. Lrnvni-
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today and Tomorrow In Ne
braska, Iowa, Kansas, South
Dakota and Wyoming.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15. Forecast of the
weuther for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Kan
sas, Wyoming, Montana,. Colorado and
Missouri Fair Thursday and Friday.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER" BUREAU,
OMAHA, Nov. 15. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last throe
years: 10O.V lis 4. Ui3. I'Ml.
Maximum temperature t 58 43 40
Minimum temperature.... ti 35 32 31
Mean temperature 54 4H 38 37
Precipitation 00 .00 T .14
Temperature Hnd precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with the past two years:
Normal temperature 38
Excess for the day It?
Total excess since Murch 1
Normal precipitation 03 Inch
Dellclcncy for the day 03 inch
Total rainfall since March 1 26. 18 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 2.67 Indies
rtorifteiicv for eor neriod 1?M4.. 4 5s inches
Excess for cor. period, l'jt3 3. 19 inches i
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station und State Tern. Max. Rain
4it Weather. 7 p.m. Tern. fall. I
Bismarck, dear 54 2 .m
Cheyenne, clear 4S B2 .00
Chicago, raining M .01 I
Davenport, cloudy So 62 .(O ,
Denver, dear 58 .00
Havre, partly cloudy 58 tis .fin !
Helena, clear 50 . 0 '
Huron, clear M t4 .
Kansas City, clear 58 2 .00
North Platte, clear 53 ii8 .01) '
Omaha, clear 58 fi& Mi
Rapid City, clear 52 t8 .10 i
St. Louis, partly cloudy. ... 5 58 .on i
St. Paul, cloudy 44 44 .01
Salt Lake City, clear 45 5rt JiO
Valentine, clear M M .00
Wllllston, clear 46 do .0j
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
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TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Address Omaha, Nab.
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