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THE OMATIA' DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MAKCIT 2, 1907."
"ITS OOLSQ TO
BR A BEAUT"
SAN IT ART
Saturday's Extraordinary Bargains
In the face of a rapidly advancing market and scarcity of material, here "are some
, wonderfully low prices, AND FOB SATURDAY ONLY. ' '
Again we direct attention to our renowned four-ninety-five Trimmed Hats. Thes goods at this pries)
v are a specialty with, us, and receive the attention ot a corps of designers and. trimmers who are as able as
any millinery artists In America. These hats sell readily In most stores at twice our figures. Price, $4.05
Ladies' New Spring Suits
Our popular Suit Department Is particularly Inter
esting. Irresistable fads and fancies of the latest
- models; every favored style Is awaiting your opin
ion and early choosing, Etons, Ponys, Tight-Fitting
and Prince Chap styles, In light, medum and
. dark colors, in plain and fancy cloths f CA
' at $35, $25, $20. $17.60, $15.00 and . .la&.-JU
. 517.50 A special Bhowlng Saturday at $17.50
Voile, Dress Skirt Sale
Latest pleated models new silk strappings:
'$12.50 Voile Skirts Saturday $9.00
$16.60 Voile Skirts-Saturday , $13.50
$22.60 Voile Skirts Saturday $18.50
1C LADIES' $3.00 OXFORD SHOES ON SALE
JO' Gun metal, welt Blucher OxfordiH-Vlci Kid
Splendid Japanese Silk Value
Saturday we place on our counters hundreds of
yards of real Imported Cream Japanese Silk, fall
36-ln. wide,' a beautiful quality, remarkable for
wearing and washing. This Is a regular 75o value,
that for a quick seller, will be, CCI.
- yard ..UJC
Dress - Fabrics ,
We cannot overstate the merits of the offerings In ,
- our splendid Dress Goods dept.- The beautiful
. cloths are very tempting. Out of our vast lines
we select for Saturday's selling some exquisite
. Panamas, In the newest shades and colorings.
Light and dark grounds, with stripe and checks
.of contrasting colors; and light, medium und dark
- gray mixed Beiges, Shepherd Checks and Fancy
Suitings everyone a good 75c value, Cfi
Saturday, yard 3UC
SATURDAY FOR " f fw
Welt Oifords, spike heel, patent, oxford, 'etc! ! I." 5
25c VEILINGS. . 10c YARD.
Another shipment of fine Net
Veilings, ail colors, piain ana
dotted regular 25c veiling
; for '10J
' lBo TURN OVER COLLARS, 7H
A bargain purchase at Just, half
. price 25 patterns of Fancy Em
broldered Turn Overs that sell
" the world over at 16c, Satur
High Class Neckwear
' Greatly reduced!. Remarkable
values at exceptional prices for
This lot consists mostly of mag
nificent silk, lace chiffon and
.v fancy-Embroidered Stock Col
lars; not one sold for leBS than
60c and a great many for 76c
. your choice for, each, .-. . . .352
SATURDAY HOSIERY SPECIAL,
"8 PAIR FOR $ l.OO"
An extra good Maco Cotton Spilt
sole, fine gauze, mercerised, lisle
. stocking, that we offer as a Bat
's "urday special at 35c, 3 pair. $1
Household Wants Lowly Priced,
Japanned, full size, Dust Pans.5
8-qt Gal. Water Bucket. ,. .10s
Parlor Brooms lOt
16c Adjustable Mop Handles
Rice Root Scrub Brushes, 9-in.
Clothes Pins, per dos l
Wooden Rolling Pins .ggv
Wooden Potato Mashers ..... S
TnE BEST OF ALL ft GLOVES
Reynler's Leila Kid Gloves, made
of fine French Kid, glace fin
ished, full range of colors, and
only, a pair ......... .$1.00
"L,f"" celebrated CheveretU
Gloves, 12-button lengths, with
two wrist clasps, excellent $4.00
value, black, tans and white. Sat
urday, while they last. .$2.48
LACE CURTAIN AND DRAPERY
In Our Money Saving Basement
Beautiful Lace Curtains, pair,
$1:25-981 n 75
Handsome new Denims at a spe
cial price of
Elegant Dotted Curtain' Swisses
at ' ' 12H
Imported Madras drapery, yd.gsj.
Roman Stripe Couch Covers, $1 60
values for, each gg
Visit this department and see the
2 LET HARTMAN FEATHER YpUR NEST
STROE POINT FOR ADAMS
Govt iefuias to Allow Stats to Introduce
Any Hew Evidenoe.
DISCREPANCY AS TO DATE OF MURDER
X la talc ,af Witness Tim of
U earing; Ikota Woald Discredit"
Alibi If Correction Had
Beea Admitted. '
WALLACE Idaho, Feb. t The sharp
est fight that has yet occurred In the trial
of Steve Adams, for the murder of Fred
Tyler, ended today In a notable victory
for the 'defense when" Judge Wood an
nounced that he would overrule the peti
tion of -the state for permission , to recall
Mrs.. Arthur Phillips and then reopen the
case for prosecution. The testimony to be
given . by ' Mrs. Philips was .regarded as
vital for the cue of the state.'
'- It has been discovered that the date on
which Mrs. Phillips heard the shots that
killed Tyler waa Sunday, August ' 7, . not
Wednesday. August 10, as assumed all
along by the state. ' ,
The defense, it Is conceded, has been
able to establish a strong alibi for Adams
on Wednesday, August 10, but has left un
guarded the morning of August 7, on which
date Mrs. Phillips now claims the shoot
ing occurred. ; - .
The state's -new theory Is that It would
have been easy for Adams after the shoot
ing early in the morning , to travel, to
Mason's cabin In time to take part In the
birthday dinner at which his presence Is
so well attested. All this new evidenoe the
defense is now able to exclude.
While it is believed here that this start
ling change In the aspect of the trial
renders Adams' conviction -of the murder
of Tyler difficult. It is not believed he has
any chance of regaining his liberty at the
present time. He la wanted by the state
as one of Its most Important witnesses In
the aproachlng trial of . Moyer.j Haywood
and ' Pettlbone, officers of . the Western
Federation of Miners for the assassination
of Former Governor Bteunenberg.
At least three courses are open to the
state It can hold Adams for. trial for the
murder of Boule, which crime he confessed
to Detective McPartland; can hold hlra for
complicity in the Bteunenberg murder,
also mentioned In his confession, or may
send him to Colorado to be tried for tak
ing part In Blowing up the depot at Inde
pendence, where several non-union miners
The principal witnesses for the state In
rebuttal today were VA B. Chandler and
Miss Mamie Bherr of Spokane, who tes
tified to having met Jack Slmpklns In the
Bt. Joe country August 24. 1904. Chandlor
Identified a photograph of Slmpklns and
gave a description of the appearance of the
man. The case probably will go 'to the
Can you spare EIGHT CENTS PER DAY for one ot the most useful
articles In the home? The only article In the home that pays for Itself
A SEWING MACHINE.
i New Home Cabinet Machine, Closed
Beginning Saturday, March 2d, we will organise a Sewing Machine
Club; limited to a membership of 100. We will make the entry fee the
EXTREMELY low sum of $1.00, future payments, $2.00 per month.
Machines will be delivered at your home on payment of entry fee.
On this plan, your payments will amount to less than EIGHT CENTS
PER DAY for each working day. We will sell on this plan anyone of
the various makes and styles we handle. And we DON'T want you to
forget that we carry the most complete assortment of STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE
Sewing Machines In the WEsjT. We will sell machines on this
plan at prices from $18.60 up, and you will save from $5.00 to $16.00
on a single machine by availing yourself of this exceptional offer.
CAN YOU AFFOItD TO RE WITHOUT A 6EWINO MACHINE? This
Is a golden opportunity for the wise buyer to purchase a High Grade
Machine at a reasonable price, saving agents and middlemen profits.
COME EARLY-DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE CLUB IS CLOSED
and then blame us because we are not able to give you club sale prices
and terms. We furnish supplies and repair all makes of Sewing Ma
chines; also rent machines.
Hayden Bros Sewing Machine Dept.
DOUGLAS ST. ENTRANCE. 'PHONE DOUGLAS 2600.
Jury next Tuiia .
v " vunesaa y,
J.U'rtH W'TtneM tor the state in rebuttal
was George H. Root of Wallace. He teZ
tilled to meeting Slmpklns and Adam, at
a meeting of settlers In the Marble Creek
country about August L 1904. when the
matter of claim Jumping sWM dlW3u
tSSSJFt thBt " had no
" Argument began this afternoon.
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
ult mud C.rio.s Feature, of
Elevator men report much "soft- corn
ket at South Omaha on the hoof, the
state's reputation will not suffer.
The destruction of the extensive rip-ran
work of th. Northwestern railroader
Blair may bring new power to bear on the
demand for federal work on the river.
CtotUelb Is Crefum3ottlelb Schlect has
been very careful. In his attention to the
girls since he got back from Clearwater.
Why? German Correspondent Beemer
Brown Family's Prospects Early Brown
and wife commenced housekeeping and will
soon Join the Farmer's Institute and be-,
come famous for their .yarns about butter,
eggs and pigs. Clay Correspondent Pawnee
The effort of publishers of the country
newspapers to advance subscription rates
from $1 to $1.60 a year needs no defense,
but cautious ones are referring to the
price of farm products In connection with
the notice of the advance.
If You Would Know Who Gives the Greatest Vslues Mske
Comparison of Prices
Study the values offered in this announcement; compare them
with the best offerings of other houses and then you'll realise that
we are justified in saying that there's not a concern in pmaha
that can equal our prices; then, also, you will know where your
purchases in the homefurnishing line should be made this
week in order to make your money bring you the greatest pos
sible returns. Compare prices and values, and II art man will
get your patronage every time.
THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS OF CREDIT
Onr terms of payment are easier than any other komefnrnlshlng concern
In Omaha considerably easier. Then, we grant more concessions! extend more
favors give more help than any other homefnrnlshing Institution In Omaha. Xo
payments required at Hartman's when yon are ill or out of work. '
SPECIAL TRICES ON COMPLETE KOOM ' OUTFITS.
Booms Tarnished Completely, any 4 rooms yon desire all fur
nished completely. OSLEDIT TEkMS, $9 CASK; 8 MOSTUT
Complete with high warming
closets, as show nabove, of large
else, full size 8-ln holes, large
square oven, made of superior ma
terials, elegantly nickel trimmed.
XUSOAITT DXZSSBXS, just like
illustration. In beautifully polished
mahogany finish or golden oak,
of large proportions - ' and
expert workmanship. Ex
tra slse oval French bevel mirror.
ci ifi 1-n.rveu
, mirror frame.
or m. v jr t w w v
DAY From 1 p.
m. till all
at the low
Greatest offering of
Clocks ever , known
In Omaha, 1.50 val
ue,, and ; never sold
for less before, ar
tistic,, beautiful and
(Works not rnaran-v
teed on account of I
ths low price.
Only one to
Il&rtrnsn's Ssturdsy Sale
' This another Saturday special
that is going to amuse buyers
and dealers alike. To
think of ieln ablo
to sell these Cl'w-ks
at 26c may surprle
you, but surprising
things are puantble
with the great Hart
man Chain of Htores.
These clocks are like
the rurkoo clockH,
except that the cuc
koo feature is omit
ted. These clocks
are made in the
black forests of Ger
many and the fame
of the Schwartswold
clock Is known
world. These clocks
.are of our own Im
from the locality In
. which they are made.
The movements are
solid brass, perfectly
adjusted and easily regula
ted. Kach clock has a large
cone weight, wood pendulum
to match clock and the
hnnds and figures are pure
white, making a very artis
tic combination, and on the
whole makes a clock which
will prove an ornament to
Thesn clocks have sold In Omaha
at J1.R0. We offer them
Saturday, at the
Like cut. made of solid oak, large
sire; t bins as shown; convenient
top with china cabinet and spice
drawers; cxctuslvs -Ilartman de
sign. Special price.
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR
MONEY BACK AT HARTMAN'S.
in miii-n iJifiiiisii'i ' 1
xASSira soizd oak bids.
BOAJIS, like above cut, of supe
rior construction and finish, orna
mented with heavy carvings; has
extra large - French bevel plate
mirror and lined drawer for silver
ware. It Is a sideboard of highest
offered at the
price 01 oniy .......
We Sell We
HARTMAN SPECIAL BOSTON LEATHER COUCH Exactly like illustration.
Massive design, heavy quarter-sawed oak frames,
finely carved, claw feet, guaranteed upholstering,
small diamond tuftlngs, large roll head,
CREDIT. TERMS $1.50 CASH, 60c WEEKLY
22 GREAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES
like cut, at a price that
should clean out the 18 re
maining from our February
clearance sale, elegantly up
holstered in imported vero-
back heavy .
1414-16-18 DOUGLAS STREET
TAJrCT COBSTB CKAXBS
Beautifully polished ma
hogany finish, handsomely
carved; loose cushions up
. bolstered with handsome
impbrted velour, and at
tached to the arms by silk
cords and tas- . ,
After Adam Beede of the Mutiny ri-
bune has thrown off that cocksureuoss
which characterises the alleged satisfied
bachelor ne will know better than to re
peat this: "If you want to please a woman
don' V tell her ths truth,' '
The Wise Reporter The time for a re
porter to look wise and say nothing la
when some person asks him not to men
tion something he does not know anything
about Not long ago an excited citlsen
asked the reporter to omit a lot of har
rowing details In a case, and It waa the
first authentlcal report of the existence of
anything out of the ordinary. Inasmuch
as ths man who was dispensing Informs..
tloa waa ths only man who knew anything
about it, his plea to nave the facta sup
pressed was politely granted. Tork ' Re
Festivities at Fremont Miscellaneous
chunks of flying coal. Innumerable tin cans
and fragments of window glass played
parts In a liyely charivari that reached
proportion of a small riot last night at the
corner of Eleventh and Clarkson streets,
where Mr. and Mrs. Murl Closson, a young
Fremont couple who were just wed, were
spending their honeymoon. Responding to
a vigorous demand over the telephone for
assistance, two officers hurried to the
scene. Their run, netted eleven small boys,
whose desperate tendencies gave way to
tears and pleas for freedom when they
found themselves ' In the custody of the
law. Fremont Tribune.
'Our Esteemed Contemporary" W will
admit that our friend's constant associa
tion with that celebrated "easy chair and
pipe" for the last fifteen or twenty years
has given him an ease of manner and an
elegance of language which we, in our
strenuous life, have not yet acquired. It
would not be right to close this without
paying a tribute to our friend's fidelity
and seal In obtaining "all" the news, but
we must remind him that even he Is not
infallible, as we personally know of an
esteemed neighbor whose hens laid twenty
sven eggs In one day last week, and yet
our friend made no note of it. IxkmuIs
Correspondent Holdreg Citlsen.
MURDER CASE JNEAR CLOSE
BtUcbc la , Rebuttal Belnat Offered
ia Trial "of Vlrglalaa
. CULPEPPER, . Va., March L Common
wealth's Attorney J. A. C. KeKh today be
gan the presentation of his evidence in re
buttal In his attempt to shatter tne plea
of Justification advanced by the defense
for James A. and Philip Btrother, on trial
here for the murder of William Bywaters,
,The commonwealth's attorney has ad
vised the court that the state expects to
complete its rebuttal in one day.
Although the names of the witnesses for1
the rebuttal have, not been announced, ac
cording to Captain Mlcajah Wood, asso
ciated In the prosecution, they will be
called mainly to show that when Bywaters
married Viola Btrother he made full repar
ation for the wrong he is alleged by the
defense to have dona her and that the
shooting was therefore not Justified.
Dr. Charles H. Clark of St. Elizabeth's
government asylum for the insane in
Washington was the first witness called
today. He testified he had had fourteen
years' experience in the practice of medi
cine, chiefly confined to cases of mental
Mr. Moore of the defense submitted a
lengthy hypothetical question,, reciting all
the facts of the pending case as ciaimeu
by the defense and concluding by asking
the witness how he would characterise the
act of homicide committed under such cir
Before witness could reply Mr. Keith ob
jected, on the ground that the quesUon
did not recite all the facts and especially
that the defendants were armed and' had
Intended to do, under certain conditions,
that which they did do.
The Jury was withdrawn In order that
the court mUfht hear arguments on the
admissibility of the question. The effort of
the defense to establish emotional lnsanuy
as a plea evidently did not surprise the
Refleetloas of a Bachelor.
A fine way to get a girt to marry you Is
to try not to.
It woujo be a great comfort to a woman
If she could believe In her husband the
way she thinks she does.
A hero makes nice reading In a book, but
In life a woman needs a man who can pro
vide bread and butter.
A girl that you don't know Is almost
Indignant If you show you admire her as If
you act like she wasn't worth noticing.
When you see a man reading the Bible
It's not a sign be Is religious, but that he
Is going to make a political speech and Is
hunting for Quotations. New York Press.
SPORTS OF THE DAY.
COCRTXEY WINS FROM WILLIAMS
Topeka Man Starts Oat Well, bat Is
Weak at Finish.
Ed Courtney of Omaha was given the
decision by Referee Loch over Ed
Williams of Topeka In a ten-round go at
Osthott's hall Friday night before; a crowd
of 4U1 men. The bout was nip and tuck
all the way through, with first one having
the better of It and then the other, but
Courtney finished the stronger and waa
given the decision.
There was some wrangling at the outset
because Courtney was Ave pounds over
weight end weighed seven pounds more
than Williams,' but Williams finally con
sented to go on. He had few backers be
fore the opening, ss he looked scared, but
after the first round he waa the favorite.
He hnd a haymaker punch and was a
decided outftghter, while Courtney was bent
at Infighting. The fourth round was all
Williams', who started a fire on Court
ney's nose. In the fifth Courtney rallied
and had ail the better of it. In the seventh
Courtney knocked Williams down, but the
Topeka lad was up at the count of three.
Williams was down again In the eighth. In
the tenth ' Williams . came up strong and
worked hard for a dec-talon, but he wore
himself out and was only able to hang
on at the flntah, so Referee Loch gave
Courtney the decision.
, The preliminary was a lively six-round
bout between Joe Oalhrlght and Mickey.
No decision was given In this.
McCartney of Council Bluffs and Ouy
Buckles of Omaha will box fifteen rounds
at the same place next Friday night.
AN OLD and WELL-TRIED REMEDY
OR OVER SIXTY YEARS
KM, WlX8LOW'S iOOTHMO STYBU
ku M U.4 for orar SIXTY YUAKS br klL
UOKI M MOTHtRS lor th.lr CHILI. KKN WHILE
1KKIHINU WITH rtHKErT BUC BUS. IT
BtMlTHES 111 CHILD. ii.HtSI Ih CLUB. AL
LAYS ll PAIN, I'l'KEI WIND COLIC, ul Is lk
tr1 iiji "r (or. UlAkBHOKA. Sola bjr erusdats
1- r urt of Ih, world, bm BUT ID 4 uh lor
xihs. wln slows booiimu blHCP
WITH THE BOWLERS.
The Onlmods won two games from the
O. D. K.'s at the association alleys last
night. Forncutt was high man on totals
with 30 and Tracy had the top single
game with 2-X Scores:
O. JX K's.
Ames; Cornell, May 10, at Ames; Coe col
lege, May 11, at Cedar Rapids; Simpson
college. May 17, at Ames; Orinnell, May IS,
at Orinnell; Cornell, May 22, at Mt. Vernon;
Orinnell, May 13, at Ames; Coe college,
May 24, a-t Ames; Highland Park, May 25,
at Des Moines; Iowa, May 30, at Iowa City.
It Is probable that In addition to this
schedule three games 'will be played with
the Marshalltown league just previous to
the Cedar Rapids games.
Totals 28 33 933 2,73
.Wi 96 919 2.S80
Schuyler Defeats North Bead. -
SCHUYLER. Neb.. March 1 (Special
Telegram.) The Schuyler High school de
feated the North Bend High school In a
game of basket ball by the score of 44 to
. - Schuyler outplayed and outclvssed
North Bend at every play. North Bend
getting but one field throw,' the other
four being free throws. Schuyler will pluy
Columbus next Friday. LTknpIre: Drefer
son. Referee: Prof. Orr. . Attendance: 2u0.
Iowa's Base Ball Sckedale.
AMES, la., March 1. (Special.) The fol
lowing schedule r.aa been ramie public for
the base ball team of the Iowa Stale college.
The team will be one of the strongest
of recent years, over fifty men being out
for practice n6w.
Cedar lUplds. April 1C 17 and 18. at
Ames; Highland Park, April , at Ames;
Simpson ouilege. April 7,, at lndianula;
Nebraska Indians, April 30, at Amu; lows.
May A at Ames; ' Nebraska, Mugr ' 4. at
JACK HASKELL IN THE WESTERN
Crack I'saplra Bays He Is a O'Nell's
Jack Haskell, one of the crack umpires
of the country, who hails from Omaha and
was seen In Kansas CJty last week, where
he Is spending the winter. He told an
Omaha man he was to umpire In the West
ern league this year and at the same time
was commissioned by several eastern teams
to watch for eligible players for the big
league teams. The experience this league
bad with umpires last year should be a
warning to the president .that he) could
rest in better peace If he looked around
and found competent umpires like Il&skulL
Reports still ' continue ' to come from all
sections of the state concerning the heavy
flight of ducks. Dr. Luhens of Tekamah,
while In Omaha this week said he saw over
4A flocks along the riven while enroute to
Omaha and In a short drive around Teka
mah. The warm weather opened up enough
sloughs and streams to give the ducks
plenty of resting places and they are stop
ping off for a visit on their trip north.
When Wee Willie Keeler was a schoolboy
he had the following handed to him by a
loving teacher who bore the same name:
"I am sorry to acknowledge that you are
a namesake of mine, but I am thankful
that you are not a relative. You ought to
be ashamed of yourself to say that a
rhinoceros, an animal the hide of which
cannot be pierced by a bullet, is noted for
I Its fine feathers."
About M per cent of otherwise normal
people use the right hand In preference to
the left; 6 per oent are left-handed, and It
Is a curious fact that one-third of ths per
cent are ambidextrous. If this proportion
applied to base ball southpaw pitchers and
batters it would cut no Ice whatever, says
the Portland (Ore.) Journal.
As It is, fully a third of the players In
the major lesgues are left-handed, or at
least pitch and bat left-handed, while only
a few throw with the south paw. This
extraordinary percentage la doubtless due
to the fact that magnates and managers
sedulously cultivate southpaw pitchers and
batsmen, particularly the latter, under tha
belief that the left-handed pitcher has
something on left-handed batters, while
such batsmen have an advantage over
right-handed batsmen In a quicker start to
first base and a fraction ot a second in
close plays at the bag.
The latter fact accounts tor the steady
Increase of natural left-handed batsmen
and of righthanders who change to the
other hand. This advantage of time on
close plays at first base also helps many
lefthanders to high position In the batting
averages, but for real, solid slugging w
must look to the normal right-handed bats
men. flheaaadoak. Defeats Red Oak.
HHEN tNDOAH, la.. March 1. (Special.)
The company K. Fifty-fifth Iowa National
Ouard. baket ball team of this place went
to Red Oak last nlgnt and defeated the
fast city team of that place by the score
of 31 to 11. The Red Oak boys play a niv
game. but were clear out of tbelr clan
cum pared with the soldier boys. The Red
Gail boys - wars arwiflilint ot winning on
their home floor, but found the company B
team went out to win away from home as
well as at home. This makes twice com
pany E has defeated Red Oak, having Just
recently defeated them by a score of 60 to
19 on the local floor. .The line up was as
Company E. Red Oak.
B. Maranweth (C.) F. Casey
C. Maranweth F.. Smajley
Baker -C Hellman
Castle .Q McKlnley
Johnson O Freeman
Aaterleaa League Scbedale.
CHICAGO, March 1. The schedule com
mittee of American, association base ball
clubs met here tooay -and decided on the
season's schedule. President O'Brien of the
association said that the season will open
April 17 and close September 16. The open
ing games, he said, will be Milwaukee at
Columbus, St. Paul at Toledo, Kansas City
at Louisville and Minneapolis at Indian
Nebraska Defeats Denver.
LINCOLN, Neb., March 1. The ITnl
veislty of Nebraska tonight defeated Den
ver university at basket ball by a score)
of 40 to 19. -
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair la Nebraska Today, Warner la
tha East Portion Fair
WASHINGTON, March 1. Forecast of
the weather for Saturday and Sundayt
For Nebraska Fair Saturday, wanner In
eastern portion; Sunday, fair.
For Iowa Fair Saturday, warmer In
western portion; Sunday, fair.
For South Dakota Fair and warmer Sat-
urday; Sunday, fair.
For Wyoming Fair Saturday, warmer la
cast portion; Sunday, fair.
For Missouri Fair Saturday; Bundaft
fair and warmer.
For Kansas and Colorado Fair Saturday 1
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. March 1. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years: OT. 1906. 1S06. VA. ,
ilaxlmum temperature.... 24 62 60 61
Minimum temiyrature.... 13 44 M 33
Mean temperature 20 64 48 47
Precipitation 01 .01 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March L
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 22
Deficiency for the day 127 ,
Deficiency since March 1 12
Normal precipitation M inch '
Deficiency for the day....... , .03 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 01 Inch
Deflclenoy since March 1 03 Inch
Deficiency for cor. rjerlod. 1906 04 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 19U6 04 Inch
Reports frees Stations at T P. M.
Btatlon and State Temp. Max. Rain
of Weather. 1p.m. Temp. fall.
Bismarck, clear 8 14 .00
Cheyenne, clear 3d 44 .00
Chicago, cloudy 38 44 .64
Davenport, cloudy So 44 .08
Itenver, part cloudy 60 64 ,ou
Havre, part cloudy 28 W T
Helena, part cloudy 34 40 T
Huron, clear 14 1 .00
Kansas City, clear 36 S3 .00
North Platte, cloudy 44 62 .00
Omaha, clear 26 2d .00
Rapid CHy, clear 14 t a0
St. I Alias, clear 34 64 T
Ht. Paul, cloudy . : 18 24 .10
Knit iMk City, cloudy 48 M T
Valentine, clesr 38 42 .09
Wlllision, cloudy 10 U .09
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