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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, DECEMHEU 2f., 1906.
TO REDUCE STOCKS
i a r s
To clean up broken lots we of
fer these overcoats, worth up
There tire several hundred Men's Suits and Overcoats in
broken lots that v:c are going to sell bofore inventory. To
make sure of selling everyone by Satuday night, we group
tliem in two lots at amazing bargains. The biggest chance
WE OFFER YOU THE CHOICE OF ALL
OUR MEN'S FALL AND
.WINTER SUITS AND OVER
COATS THAT HAVE BEEN
SOLD UP TOS10-AT
Our Mens Overcoats and
Suits that have been selling
up to $20 good, up-to-date
reduced to . . ... . . .
One Great Day of Grand
Price Reductions in
i. t-l v., -V!
j -B MS
2fe 4i4 M
Our tremendous holiday business. In the Jewelry
department has left us with many small lots of Jewelry,
silverware and leather goods which we wish to sell
out completely Saturday. Here are the Inducements:
All the Imported fancy
Hat Tins that f f
old up to 60c, I JQ
All our novelty Jewelry,
Pins, Rings and Fobs,
t reduced prices.
All the Toilet SeU
that Bold up to $3.1)0
your choice ,
Entire new line of Ladles'
Iti-ltK. in silk
I 1 I II
All the fancy M o u n t e d
lotnbs, that sold
up to 50c
Boy' Sui's-0v:rc3ats ; J
In all new styles actu- 3? J
ally worth up toT rQ U
$6 and 7, at.. J.JO
3 Specials in Men's Wear
We want to reduce our stock of Men's FurnichinK Goods awav dov.n tiofnra
taking stock. We offer special pre-lnventory bargains that no man In Omaha
can afford to miss.
We offer specially for Saturday all our Men's
and Boys' Wool Sweaters, in
plain and fancy colors that are
worth up to $1 in one big lot
at, each . . .
1.50 5 j
Lots of which we have only a few of a
kind must be sold out immediately. To
voicing thee small or broken lots
we price them at a great reduction.
LmUiiV .Novelty Cunt", 60 Inches long
.-uew winter styles that have bee-n
Belling up to $12 specially priced
Indira' Novelty Winter Coat good,
heavy materials well made, have
been 'selling up to $8.50 special
Ladies' Cluster Scarfs, aquirrel lined
and six tall trimmed,
Ladies' large fluffy sabellne, black
coney and brook mink cluster scarfs
with six large tails, at
Sterling Silver Hat Brushes,
Sterling Sliver Clothes Brushes
Men's and Boys'
Men's and Boys'
Men's Underwear in
broken lots wool and
fleeced, worth up to
at .. uuu'iuu
All our men's and
and boys' negligee ,
shirts, made of
blue chambray, madras, etc., in neat
patterns, all sizes, worth up Q
to $1, go in one big lot JQ
ui uiit; pm:w
- . . . --.....iVxj-y...,
' ' '
Men's and Boys'
kft?, 2 s w'
1 A 7 - r mm
S47 Roger Bros, six Tea Spoons, J, 25
All the Rogers silver
, nnd sterling silver Bets
that Bold up Ui CC
J12.B0.. at 9J
Oneida Community, six
Tea Spoons, warranted
It y.e.n.r.': 1.25
H. Br uid Rogers, six knives and six
r "' . I lleces. Bet
T.adles' Wrlnt Rags, leather lined,
and purses with strap backs,
...$1 and 50c
Odds and ends of our
men's fine neckwear, new
uewraDio patterns m f our-in. hands, tecks. Pte.'
-actually worth 33c and 50c each, f
on one big bargain- square for a big ft P
Saturday special, at. ooh UO
Men's and Boys'
Al lour men's and boys' 60c Caps
t Ko Ka nlnua1 y-i n f
' All the men's J100 Caps!
0 5 fur lined, at
m n All the men's $1.50 Caps
All the men's $3.00 Caps
All the $3.60 fur Caps
All 'the $600 fur Caps , J CjQ
n 5 "
191 m i
Children's Tlaln or Fancy Coats
good and warm, and have been Bell
Ing at $3.50 special reduction...
Children's Cloak!) In newest styles f ft O
many checks and plaids, have been A-Jj 11
selling up to $6.00, at mmW
In Ilnsement Ladies' Dress Skirts,
worth $2.00 and $2.50, at
In Hanement Ladles' Cloaks, worth
$5.00, $0.00 and $7.00, at
Disposing of Odd Lots and Patterns of
Carpets, Oil Cloths
Before we take invoice we wish to dispose of a number
of odd lots in our carpet department. "We make these aston
ishing price sacrifices to dispose of these goods in one day:
Our regular 85c all wool Ingrain
Carpet the standard
quality, a yard,
Our regular 50c quality Ingrain
Carpet, will be sold ftf
Saturday, per yard, fjOC
Our floor Oil Cloth that has been
selling at 30c a square in.
yard, at IUS
Our Linoleum, 6-ft. wide,
will go at, square yard , .
Our 12-'ft. wide Linoleum
will go at, square yard. .
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Volume of Trade ChrmtmB Week Compare .
.Farorablj with Other Yean.
WHOLESALE BUSINESS CONTINUES ACTlV.
Hla;h rrlce Are Maintained. In All
(liuri of Iron and Steel Bl
Demand for Cotton
' , Uooili.
NKW YORK,. Dec. 2S.-R. Q. Dun & Co.'s
Weekly Review of Trade will tomorrow
fhrlHtniHH week made a favorable com-
parl.-.m with previous years as to Uie
volume of trade. Retailers rtocks of goodH
have been ao well distributed that there
remains less tlnui tim usual sssortment
for bargain suits. Wholesale business Is
rood for the sea.Hon and collections show
urther Improvement. Jobbers are deliver
ing noring goudi In some lines, adding to
the freight congestion, wnlcn hus not been
relieved except in isolated cases. Manu
facturers romplain of the light receipts
of fuel and raw material, which has re
duced activity Ht many plants, and there Is
also some interruption Decauee or inven
tories and repairs. On the whole, however,
there Is less idle machinery than i cus
tomary at this time. Lack of snow greatly
tiicllltateil building oerHtlons at many
cities and work Is making rupld progress,
although delayed deliveries of materials
retard operations In this Industry also.
High 'prices ure maintained in ail sections
Of the Iron and steel Industry, with all de
partments crowded with work and con
tracts thut run far Into the future. Pres
sure for pig Iron is especially severe, partly
because of railroad blockades. As current
deliveries are Interrupted, there Is a dls-
THK VALUE OF CHARCOAL.
Few People Know How Useful It Is lo
Preervlng Ilealtb and Beauty.
Coats Nothing To Try.
Nearly everybody kuows that charcoal
la the safest and most efficient disinfect,
ant and purifier In nature, but few realist
Its value when taken lulu the human sys
tem fur the same cleansing purpose.
Charcoal Is a remedy that Hie more you
take of It the better; It Is not a druj at
all. but simply absorbs the gases and Im.
purities always present In the stomach and
Intestines and carrio Usui -out of the
Charcoal sweetens the breath after smok
ing, drinking or after eating onions or
other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears and Improves
the complexion. It whitens the teotb nd
further acts as a natural and eminently
it absorbs the Injurious gases which col
lect In the stomach and bo els; it disin
fects the mouth and luroui from the poi
son of catarrh.
AH druggists sell charcoal In one form
or another, but probably the best cl-ar-coal
and the most for . the money U m
Stuart's Charcoul Loaengvs; they are com
posed of the finest powdered Willow char
coal, and other harmless antiseptics In tab
let form or rather In the form of large,
pleasant tasting loaenges, the charcoal
being mixed with honey.
The dally use of these losenges will aoon
. tell In a much Improved condition of tha
' general health, better complexion, sweeter
breath and purer blood, and the beauty of
H la. that no possible harm can result from
their continued use, but. on ths contrary
great benefit. '
A Buffalo physician, In speaking 0f the
benefits of charcoal, says: "I advlss
etuart a Charcoal Luxenges tj all patients
suffering from gas In stomach and bowels,
and to clear up the complexion nd purify
the breath, mouth and throat; I iso be
lieve the Uver Is greatly benefited with
tue dally use of tn-m; they est but twenty.
. five cents a box at drug stores, nd si.
though la eome sense a patent preparation,
yet I beneve 4 gel more and better char
coal In Stuert's Charcoal Loxengee tha a B
any of the ordinary charcoal tablets."
Bend youv name and address todrj- for
a free trial package and r for y.iureJf.
F. A Btuart Co . W Stuart BIui;., Maih:i.
position to prevent a repetition of this dlf-
ncuity iy placing larger orders for future
delivery. Railway congestion la still most
disturbing to southern furnaces, while best
reports 01 prompt snipment aro reelved
from coke ovens, where an unprecedented
output Is being handled.
Jobbers are not actively engaged In the
primary markets for cotton goods, and no
sales of slse are expected until after In
ventories have been tuk.'n. The feXtui-5 of
the market depends on spring t)UHlnes
equaling the- volume expected from tha
large Initial , demand. Steadiness of raw
cotton Is a' supporting Influence, however.
Few developments have appeared In men's
wear, woolens.' but activity Is anticipated
ufter the holidays. No Interest U at pres
ent shown by purchasers of dress goods.
Wool goods continue to develop a little
fastern than worsteds, indicating that the
trend has probably changed. Prices qf
cotton yarn are higher, prompt deliveries
being so much needed tliHt the ndlls make
higher bios. Prices for packers' hides are
firmly mMntalned and some varieties have
risen still higher. Tanners In ncd of
prompt shipments aro often compelled to
pay a premium. Leather Is quiet, but a
gratifying Improvement is notel In the
demand for upper leather, especially calf
aklns. Most eastern shoe manufacturers
ate making Inventories, little attention be
ing given at present to new contracts.
Narrow holiday markets have prevailed
for the leading staple of the farm, small
changes In prices occurring nnd no de
velopments of significance bring recorded.
BRAI)ITREF.r REV1KW OF THA nr.
Holiday Suspensions A rV of Short
NEW YORK, Dec. M.-Bradstreefs to
morrow will say:
With an unparalleled volume of business
for liMKl. Increased by a record hoi. day
trade and a heavy volume of future ordeH
bonked, the commercial and Industrial In
terests of the country look forward with
confidence to the developments of 19fJ.
While many more establishments are
closed until after the turn of the ye.ir, It
I a nnl.wnrliiv thnt hrtHilav .iiun.nnlnti. In
' Ih, I.,.. un,4 t .... I t.vt 1 1 . 1 1 n a vnrtnii, . . t V. r
industrial lines were of uhort duration,
owing to the mills being so well sold
ahead. Current Jobblna and wholesale
trnde Is of the tilling order charscter, and
while a cold snap early In the week helned
retail trade In seasonable good, the
weather, on the whole, has been too mild
for th fullest devel pment. Money con
tinues flrr.i and nct've, but easier cmdit'o'n
are looked fur after the turn of the not
vear. Car shortages still prevail, tlioucli
Ihe situation Is somewhat better In s'l-h
sections as the northwest itnd purls of Ihe
Vio of the most sljtnlflnnt fcntu'oi In
the entire a'tua'lon Is thst consumers are
apparently convinced of the permanency of
the present high prices, nnd. as ahown be
advance orders, are disposed to order ahead
with liberality and confidence.
Huyln of nlsr Iron fur delivery !n te
second half of lV7 Is Incre'sing- In volum
F.a'tern furnaces are well sold Into tl-e
third quarter of 19o1. Basic pic flaureJ
largely In the contracts now 'being placed.
Most of the business rills tor delivery In
the second half of 1907. wolle the quota
tions range from t?? to at furnace.
Southern pig Iron brings tl'i a on 'or
snot delivery, while 122 Is q'.oted for he
first quarter, $1 less for the second. l'.Nt
ft 11 Co for the third end J18 Oe'ull.ftO for the
nore rilrtint delivery. A significant
feature is the fact that nuyers appear dis
posed to accept the present high level of
nrlces. the feeling in this respet bln
hi sharn contrast to thit dlsnlayed nriy
'n the summer, when there was a tndenc-
to oucstlon the permanency of Mch "no
tations. After the turn of the New Ye-ir
a very active movement Is expected to set
In. Demand for steel rails still Icneps up.
New business In structural material Is no;
1 ir". but sneclrleatlons are heavier.
Coke Is firm and shipments are heivv,
but new business is only fair, the princ'pal
consumers hclr.a pretty well cove-ed. Col
Is In good demand. Copper Is higher nd
spots up, being fi,m 2iW cents to probably
0 cents a pound, the latter figure being
for small lots.
Raw sugars at New York have rec1e,l
to a level corresponding to the quotations
for new crop Cuban umr, dropnlna from
1.873 cents to 5 66 cents t points, without
sales Cuban production is very lar-r.
fre.hadowlng a record crop despite the
enrclty of labor Heet ugar production
this year exceeded that of Louisiana cane.
Dealers In union sole bather have been
asking M cents In j-lace of U rents for tan
nery run. TronsAotK ns are unusuallv
large for the season. Hemlock sole is mo'r
active. Hides are easier, hut tanners take
only Immediate' rqulremonts. Patent
leather manufacturers and J-nmners ar
still behind on orders. Manufacturers of
children's sh'vg at the vast are unusually
active, but the average shoe manufacturer
Is looking for more orders before figures
will compare favorably with thMe on hand
at the same time lss year.
" The liquor distilling trade reports several
features of Interest. Whisky distillers ere
busy on orders and Kentucky IlKtlllerles
never had so much business. The trad
In alcohol Is In a trrsitlon period. Wood
alcohol has dropred t cents per gallon,
onto to the aoine: Into effect of the new
:nw, Jan"ary 1. I.'ttle buying Is re-
iv. cMuinB nit; conjiKes.
1 i 1 1 M I n um U 111 P... I 1. .. ...... 1 . I
. -. -".-- ... v,, wn-n enu;i)jr L'e-
Tm P '"'the I nlted States numbc-01!
.mu'ini mi iiwi weiK, zvi in the like
aol'in 902!'6' 'Und 1S ln ly03 anJ
Failures ln Canada for the week num
ber.d IS. ns against 16 lust week and U In
this week nryear ego. . -
Wheat. Intludlntr Hour, exports' from the
t nltd i5tates ,and Canada for the week
ending December 27 aggregated "Mi Sr
bushels. ag;Jpst. S.iV.'4 busiiels last 'week
3.44S,?S bushels this week last year, 9S1 HO
bushels in 'lf'4 and 4.I"d.MS bushels in
Por the past twtnty-eix wcks of the Msont
year the exports are SLWH.'J.'it bushe's
against 6V1S0 ir.17 bushels ln IW. 34,7i;a .T'7
bushels in laol and 116 m ,?.M bushels ln Vd'l
Coin exports for the week are l.fiiirt 01 H
liurhels. avfainst 1.3i.iM bushels last week
4.rr:, bushels m year an md 15.2aP
bushels In lio4. For the fisoal venr to dale
the exwirts nre 2XftJP.f-! busiiels. itvcilnsr
'id.i .M& bushels In 1!6 and 15,50('.331 busiiolj
REPORT OK THE CLKtniMJ HOISK
Transnetlons of the Associated Dnuks
for the WeVk.
NEW YORK, Dec. Z&.-Thn following ta
ble, compiled by Bradstreei, shows tho bank
clearings at the principal cities for ihe week
ended December T., with the percentage of
Increase nnd decrease as compared With the
corresponding week lust year:
I Clearings.! Inc.
'14 1 1 f 1 inni-u
I 'New Orleans. ...
I -1 .rjs A ngilvs
riait Luke City...
To edo, f
-Atlanta - .........
!ii Ingtleld, Mase.
I iltle Rock.
4. Ml, 742
2.1 Hi LtM
1.154,243'. 2, )iiD.aoa .
25 6 .
14 3i .
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE!
The accumulation of two stores of unredeemed and mortgaged watches, diamonds and jewelry of all kinds.
"We must have space. We must have the money for new loans.
Sale Commences SATURDAY. DEC. 29th, '06. and Will Continue Til Stock is Sold.
Don't Forget the Name-BROBKEY'S JEWELRY & LOAN CO. Don't Forget tlw Number--H01 Doug. St.
COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE
These unredeemed pledges consist of rings of all kinds and styles set with all kinds of precious stones;
gold and silver watches; silverware, clocks; gold plated picture frames and mirrors; hundreds of articles of
jewelry of all kinds all sizes all styes and every article a bargain.
DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS! DIAMONDS!
A diamond is alwavs a safe investment. Many of these fine diamonds will be closed out away below actual market value they
ore unredeemed pledges from which we must realize our money YOU get the advantage. We have them get ln rlnss, brooches, ear
rings, pins, studs, ladies' gold watches of beautiful designs, lockets, bracelets, cuff buttons, match boxeg and hundreds of articles use
ful and ornamental.
IT'S A GRKAT CHAXCE. HON'T M!SS IT.
Closing out the ordinary way is too slow we are willing to sacrifice on account of quick sales. Remember everything must
The first purchaser gets the best selection." Come early.
ALL SOLID GOLD GOODS AND DIAMONDS ARK GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED.
rodkey's Jewelry . Loan Co.
Remember (he Name
Remember the Place
1401 Doufjlas Sirecl
1. Sort. 244
1 t ,w .... I
I.C.. 121 1
655. 871 f
2s 9 ..
?R 0, .
Bioux Falls, S. D.
tSouth Rend, Ind..
Totals. U. S...'. .
Outside N. Y. City.. '90,105,311; 7.6..
Vancouver, rk C.
John. N. B....
Victoria, B. C...
8i 6. R2 .
22.7 . .
t 72..'5.991 22. 6...
Balances paid in cash. t.N'ot Included In
totsls because contalnina other Items than
clearings. 'Not Included In totals; com
purinoti Incomplete. -
Itrntal Soldier Kot Identified.
OKI A IIOMA CITY. Okl Dec. 28 Mrs. F.
U Clark of this city, who was shoved from
the ndewaik by a negro soldier at Kl Heno
'csterday. said tnduv that she had not been
requested to go to El Heno to identify the
suspects under arreht there. A message
from hi Reno today stated thnt a number
of soldiern had been arrested, but none
proved o be the one wanted. Excitement
over the matter has died down.
TARIFF AND THE TRUSTS
Iheir Belation Troyjltii Wide Diffsrence
of Opinion An.-nc EoosomiBti.
INSURANCE QUESTIONS ALSO CONSIDERED
Prof. Taylor of Nebraska Dlscaases
Uneatlon goclsl restore, of
Meeting? Kot Forgotten by
Rrtnrned Fnaltlve Admits aiinrtnae
HRPAN. Kan.. Deo. ?8 Otto I. Stallard.
defaulting ct shier of the People's National
bank of Sedan, who returned here Wednes
day, admitted iu Hie officers or the bank
veMterdav that hla shortage amounted to
i-2.533. He declared that he d d n t kc'
the money end that he dres not know who
did. No information has bet n filed against
bun and he Is at liberty.
AX OLD nti"WELL-TKIED REMEDY.
FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS
KM WOIILOWI BOOTKUra TMV9
has been used for iver BlX'f Y YEAKS by
UlLLioNH of MOTHERS for their CHIL,
I'KtN WHILE TF.KTHINQ. WITH Pe lt.
FLC T 81 Cc tfcS J T SOHTHE8 the CH II T,
bOFTENS the Of MS. ALLAYS all PAIN,
tl'KKS WIND COLIC, and Is the Us
remedy for DIARRHOEA. Sold by Drug,
gists in every part of the world. Be sura
end nk fur
MRS. WINSLOW'S fcOOTHlXG bnill'
PROV1DENCK, R. 1., Dec. 29. Both sides
of the protective tariff jucstlon, capitalistic
combinations, political and civic subjects
and topics bearing on eoclolcgy and history
were presented at today's si sslon of the
scientific and historic scc'.eties at Brown
"Trusts and the Tariff-' were discussed
before the American Economic association.
Colonel Albert Clarke of Boston sild:
"As the tariff cannot dlfcrlmlnate be
tween laVge and small corporations. It cin
not be used as a correction of trusts with
out destroying the best correction, domestic
Byron W. Holt of New York took a con
trary view. He declared that nine-tenths
of the possible competition wa exclude!
by the tariff.
"The extent to which tha tariff truta
plunder la not known," said Mr. Holt, "but
It Is believed the amount exceeds the graft
ln both railroads and insurance."
MocK Market Not fleeted.
Eminent authorities In history, sociology
and fx litlcal science resumed today the dis
cus ion of questions of national Importance
In the meetings which are being he'd here
under the auspices of Brown university. Men
prominent in state historical societies and
many well known college professors took
part In the conferences of the American
Historical association at the Rockefeller
hnll auditorium. Chairman Max Farrand,
professor of Ilnnd Stanford university,
presided at the opening conference, which
was on "History in the Cgllege Curricu
lum." Among the speakers on this subject
were: Andrew C. Mclaughlin, professor
la the Cnivi-rsiiy of Chicago; I'rof. Qeorgn
F. Harrison, Vnlverslty of Texas; Prof
John O. Rumner, Prof H. M. Motue Ste
phens, I'niverslty of California, and Prof
Samuel B. Harding. University of Indian.
A conference on "The Problems of State
and Ijoi-al Historical Societies" was pre
sided over by Chairman Benjamin J. Hham
baugh of the State Historical Society of
Iowa, and among the speakers were. Prof.
H. V. Ames, I'niverslty of Pennsylvania ;
John P. Kennedy, state librarian. Rich
mond, Va. ; Prof. Henry E. Bourne. West
ern Reserve university, and George W.
Martin of the Kansas State Historical so
ciety. The morning meeting of the American
Serological society, held In Rockefeller
hall, was devoted principally to business.
Insurance Is Dlseassed,
The American Economic association nnd
the American polltlral fjclence association
met together in Ruyles hall In the morning,
when pullers were read on the general sub
ject of Insurance.
"Government Control of Insurance Com
panies" was treated by Maurice II. Robin
son of the I'niverslty of Illinois. William
C. Johnson, the New York manager of the
Phoenix Life Insurance company of Hart
ford, Conn., spoke on "Some Observations
Concerning Principles whlcti Should Govern
the Organisation and Regulation of Insur
The discussion which followed was opened
by Henstor William W. Armstrong of
Rochester, N. Y., and was participated In
by Frank Edward Horck, I'niverslty of
Iowa, and W. O. Langworthy Taylor of the
I'niverslty of Nebraska.
The commission had . not forgottan the
social side of the gatherings, the Amer
ican Historical assoclstlon being enter
tained by the Rhode Island Historical so
ciety ln the building of that organization,
while the trustees of Providence public
library and the Providence Athenaeum ar
ranged for a luncheon at tha Lyman gym
nasium for the members of the American
Economic association, American Political
Science association. American Sociological
societ, Riblograpblcal Society of America
and the New England History Teachers'
Escaped Prisoner raptured.
CINCINNATI. Dec. I8.-Wllllam Saun
ders, alias William lmuglas (colored). hi
with eight other men escaped from the
Hamilton county Jail last Sunday, was re
captured this morning. Seven of the nine
men have now been rearrested.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Italn and ftoiiiewlint Colder la
Nebraska. Today Sunday
WASHINGTON. Deo. K.-Forccaat of tho
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Rain and
somewhat colder Saturday; Sunday, fair.
For Iowa and Miasourl Fair Saturday,
except rain In extreme west portion; Sun
For South Dakota Sncw or rain Satur
day; Sunday, fulr.
For Wyoming Fair Saturday, except
snow or rain in southeast portion; Sunday,
For Colorado Snow it) west, ralu In eatt
pi rtb ti Saturday; Sunday, fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER HCREAU.
OMAHA, Dec. . Official record of trm-
pi'iaiure and proclpKntton compare with
i ne corresponding any
Minimum temiierature. .
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1.
and compsred with th;, last two years:
Normal temperature 14
Kxchfs for the day 14
Total excess since March 1, l(es3 83
Normal pieclpllaili n 08 Inch
Pendency for the day Oil Inch
Tots I rainfall elnoe March 1 26 10 Inches
Deficiency since March 1. 19"6 4 92 Inchea
Iericlenry for cor. period lfl i. 73 Indies
Deficiency for cor. period 13U4.... CM Inch'
Hvttorts from Stations at T P. M.
of Ihe is thren
Ifti. 190S. 1904
64 8 18 40
23 24 25 H
84 Sa 6 84
.f.O .00 .00 ,0C
Station and State
Chicago, clenr ,
Davenport, clear ,
I)-nver, cloudy ,
Havre, pt cloudy
Huron, clear ,
Kai.sas City, clear
North Platte, cloudy ,
Rapid City, clear
Ht. Louis, cloudy
St. Paul, cloudy
Salt I.Hke City, clear.
Valentine, pt. cloudy
Willi. tun. clear
7 p. m. 1
T Indlcsies trace of nPHflnltntlnn.
U A. WEIvSII, Local Forecaster.
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