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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE; SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1007.
IF YOU PAY LESS ELSEWHERE. YOU ONLY GET LESS
is the most conspicuous thing ybu wear it gives
about time to lay nsklo heavy wtxriens.
tho accent to jour nppearance See what wo
) T2SJf sr n )J J r Jr s i r vsrss n sr it
$1.00 and Up.
offer you for
More men .re wearing
them every season.
1.00. 1.50. 2.80 and Up
Your-suit may be very swell, but if your haber-
Our Juvenile Department is a c-eneral satisfipr
We can eell you
and fit you perfectly or we can
sell you a suit as fine as any tailor
can make (no matter what ha
charges you) for
OR AT PRICES SUCH AS
We have suits so superior to ihe or
dinary "ready mades" as to make com
CLARKE IN COWELL'S PLACE
.Appointment Gires Oensral Catisfaoti.n to
-"i ! lfimberi of Lecialatnrs.
QUESTION OF ELIGIBILITY IS DISCUSSLD
fluml Oplat.m ta that Cl.rk. Cmm
Tsk. th Offle. aad Hold It
Till th Rest Btat.
I QTrom a BtaA Correspondent.)
UNCOLN, March 19. (Special.) The
fytwm brousht by The Bee this morning- of
(he resignation of Robert Cowejl as a mem.
tier of the Railroad commission and the
determination of the governor to appoint
.Representative Henry T. Clarke, jr., to the
(Vacancy, was welcomed by the members of
the legislature, who were soon eagerly con
gratulating Mr. Clarke on tbe fact. It Is
generally conceded to be a reward well be.
towed. The. question of Mr. Clarke's
eligibility has. been looked Into, and he is
pronounced ' to be eligible for the oflloe,
which Is an appointment by the governor.
auad not within the inhibition of the law.
The apnplntmerit will he until his suooeaeor
BaJdrl.e n Lsaiktr Traat.
Before Referee Post, Howard H. Baldrige
e)f Omaha, one of the attorneys for the de
fendants in the sooalled lumber trust case.
today eon eluded his argument as follows I
ti atata has failed to snow that the
.ssoolatloo has toany extent regulated
rlcea IB any pari'oi m aiaia 01 rte
rajika. On the contrary, the evidence of
the officers ana airectors or me aasocia-
i lion ana 01 me wmtcBiw. L.iim uy 1.110
stale show beyond contradiction that the
association lias in no case at any lime at
tempted to fix the prices at which lumber
.nd building material should be sold at
any pier In the state. Wvery dealer has
been at liberty to eell at any price that he
could get and this competition - has been
as free and unrestricted as any branch of
trade or commerce in tbe slate. Again,
I he evidence hae shown conclusively that
here has been no division of territory at
tiNfxctuso ron rir
wNITI AMD EXCLUSIVE FANCY
ssa yea tmk ckutrr smist aas
too a roe tmc ciuitt uteik.
CLUCTT, PtABOOY A CO.
GOc Smart Set Easter
Saturday. Only 29c Pound
if I i ism mS-
IfAh and FarnanrSts
discriminating tastes are showing
interest every day in our Smart Clothes what as
tonishes them is how we fulfill all requirements of
style, fit, workmanship and quality at such reason
a stylish suit,
for as little as
US SHOW YOU ,
does not obligate you to
) s I
They are comfort-glvlng and
style-Imparting w h y not have
$10 to S30
In one of them you'll be pre
pared for the worst, or the best,
the weather man can give you.
$10 to $25
any time between the members of the as
sociation. They have been left free to sell
at any price and In any territory they saw
fit without any compulsion oi eoerelon.
An attempt has been made to aeeoclate
this organisation with other organisations
In other states. The evidence doea show
that a proposed agreement made hy the
secretaries' bureau- with, a committee of
the Southern Manufacturers' association
in regard to purchasing lumber from the
manufacturers wno sold to dealers only
waa sent out by the secretary of the as
sociation, but the evidence shows that as
soon as the directors knew of this they re
pudiated the whole proposed agreement and
notloe was so sent out to all the trade
and such an agreement was never carried
out In any respect.
The alleged pooling contract which has
bnen advertised as being the contract of
this association was not in fact the con
tract of the association or of Its mem
bers, but was a private arrangement pro
posed at the Instance of the dealers at
Werplng Water for the use of the dealers
there and nowhere else. And this agree
ment, as the state's own witnesses testi
fied, was never carried out, even in Weep
ing Water, and never became effective
there or anywhere else In the state. Yet
on evidence that Is as flimsy as It is base
less, nearly citizens of this state have
been put to great expense and annoyance
in defending themselves and branded as
law breakers by the law officers of the state
because they were members of an organi
sation that has lived within the law and
gave willing obedience to the spirit and
its letter. We are not here to defend
trusts, nor to complain or the law aa en
acted. We ro as far as the stats to de
mand its fulfillment. We are not praying
that these dofendants go unwhlpped of
Justice, but we insist that olthtena of this
stata should be confronted with some evi
dence bearing on their guilt before they
are deprived of their property or are Im
paled dc tore tna puuoo as criminals.
GOLDS WEDDlfO AT GUARD ISL.A1CD
Orl.taal Settlers .( Hall Costnty Cele
brate WeddlasT Aaatversary,
GRAND ISLAND, March S9. BpeclaX)
The golden wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Joehnck, celebrated here,
was one of the meet - largely - attended
events ever held In this city. Special sig
nificance is given to tbe anniversary in
view of the fact that both Mr. and Mra
Joehnck were among the first white people
to locate In this state west of Columbus,
and that an ox team trip to the far west
was practically their honeymoon trip. It
waa on March XI, 1857, at Davenport, la,
that thiy were married, and it was on July
4 that they, with the rest of the original
colony, staked out a settle.nent in what is
now Hall county, Nebraska. Mra Joehnck
was one of the six women in the colony.
Ten children were born to them. All are
married and all were present at the cele
bration, though they are located In varicus
parts of the country, from New York City
to Ox nar d, Cal. The Ltederkrans society
arranged an excellent program.
HYPNOTIST STRIKES HOTEL CLERK
Show Ma.asrer Arrested for Assaolt
aad Released oo Ball.
FREMONT, Neb.. March 29.-4Special.)
A company which has been putting on a
hypnotic show at the opera bouse this
week had some trouble at the Eno hotel
office late Thursday night. Clerk Kuehl
called down one of the troupe who waa
pretty noisy and the manager, one Orif
flth, retaliated by striking him over the
head with a cane, making- a severe scalp
wound which bled profusely. The landlord
turned the outfit out of his establishment and
this mf rnlng swore out a warrant for the
arrest of Griffith. Ills trial was set for
this aftemopn and he was released on ball
It is alleged he was drunk at the time
Kuehl la a quiet, ' gontlenianV man and
says the assault was unprovoked.
Eleetlo. Porialltiee Waived.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. March .-(Spe-
clal.) The election muddle that promised
all kinds of trouble for this city, has been
adjusted and if no outsider sticks his flngrr
Into the pie there will be nothing more
beard of it. Both parties neglected to
hold primaries in tbe time prescribed by
law and Mr. Ingram, whe was anxious to
run for councilman by petition, forgot to
have his signers name the place where they
lived or In what business they were en-
gafsd. A nestlusT S ths central oommit-
Don't worry about
which is best you can
not go wrong on any
here we've done all
the worrying and com
paring 'and Inspecting.
E..& W.. $2.30 up
Star, $1.50 up
Manhattans, $1.50 up
B. S. Specials, $1 up
That will dress your
feet up. 25J nd 50
tees was held and they requested the olty
clerk to put all the names on- the ticket,
agreeing to hold him hlameless should any
trouble result. By this means tickets will
be printed and tbe -people can -vote as
usual, ..,.;.... . .
FARMERS PEAR PROST Off FRUIT
Trees Are la Fan Bloom aad Cold
' Spell Woild Bo Disastrous.
BEATRICE, Neb., March 18. (Special.)
Many plum and apricot trees in this
locality are la full bloom. A cold snap
would greatly damage the fruit crop.'
BLUE HILL, Neb., March 29. (Special.)
Frost Is out of the ground and grain
and grass are growing fast. The fields
are taking on a green dress. Fruit trees
are budding. Another frost would kill the
fruit crop. '
FREMONT. Nob., March li. (Special.)
Farmers have been busy with spring
work. Oats on the bluffs and across the
river are nearly all In. Winter wheat is
looking exceptionally well. The stand Is
good and the warm weather brought it
forward rapidly. But little spring wheat
is being put In.
YORK, Neb., March 29. (Special.) As
a result of the week of August weather
peach and apricot buds were ' swelled
nearly to bursting and some are In bloom.
If frost comes now they will be damaged.
Winter wheat never looked better and
promises to yield fifty bushels to the acre.
A large acreage this spring will bs sown
to alfalfa, bluegrass, timothy and clover.
HERMAN.' Neb., March 29. (Special. )-
Spring work has bosun here In earnest
now. Few farmers a to be seen In town
and they only remain long enough to trans
act their business and then return to their
fields. Several townspeople have garden
CASHIER CR A ft DELL STILL MISSING
Firth Ma. Said to Have Borrowed
, Heavily from Frle.ds.
PERTH, Neb., March 29. (Special.) W.
J. Crandell. caahler of the Firth bank,
has not yet been apprehended. Jt Is now
known that for some time, beforo he left
he was a persistent borrower of money
from his friends, securing not less than
tl5,(M. giving his personal notea In these
transactions he did not Involve the hank,
which probably is la better condition than
at first supposed to be.
The closing of the bank snd shutting
down of the great flouring mills owned by
Crandell has had a disastrous effect upon
the business Interests of the village. At
the time of the failure the mills had orders
on hand for six carloads of flour.
Acting on an attachment secured by Re
ceiver Whlttemore, Sheriff Resa today
levied on 105,000 worth of property of the
Bl'RLINGTON TRAIN IS WRECKED
Several Passengers Are Slightly I-
Jared Whe. Cars Leave Track.
BEATRICE. Neb., March 29. (Speolal
Telegrim.) Burlington passenger train No.
9J, en route from Wymore to Lincoln, was
wrecked in the yards south of the city
this morning at I o'clock. Tbe engine,
smoker, baggage car and one coach left the
track, doing considerable damage to the
Several passengers were slightly Injured.
After a delay of four hours the train pro
ceeded on to Lincoln. A defective switch
caused the wreck.
Canno. Saloto for Bride aad Groom.
FREMONT, Neb., March 29. (Special.)
McPheraon post of the Grand Army of the
Republic gave K. M. Smith, one of Its 'mem
burs, who was married at Seattle, Wash.,
last week, a reception on his return to this
city lust night which' waa out. of the or
dinary. Members of tho poet marched up
to his residence, taking with them a can
non, and fired a aalute in honor of the
occasion. Their arrival was probably not
entirely unexpected, for they were invited
jnto ths spacious parlors snd served with
dashery is neglected you can't possibly present
the dressed-up appearance you should our tem
perate prices should induce you to visit our store.
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Gloves for Easter
Fownes, Perrin's, D. & P. and Rip-Proof
quartette without a peer in gloyedom.
$1.00. $1.50. $2.00. $2.25. $2.50
... . .
Most men keep faster in a
now hat some want a derby,
others a soft hat it's all the
same to us we're ready when
$1.50 to $3.00
Stetson'., $3.50 up.
You man'., $3.
Cap. 23c and up.
refreshments. Mr. Smith's first wife died
three years ago and ha married last week
Mrs. Ella Eumundson of Seattle, a former
resident of this city, and a leader In
church and society. )
CAMPAIGN AT YORK IS LIVELY
Demoeratto Nominee for Mayor Shows
YORK, Neb., March . (Special.) Tbe
mayoralty campaign promises to be the
most intense political contest York has seen
in many years.
Thomas Smith, the democratic nominee,
is one of the best known democratic poli
ticians in central Nebraska. He is resource
ful In getting up campaign Issues and al
ready has several republicans who promise
to support him.
The republican nominee, William Ooltonv
Is one of tho best known citizens of York
and Is a large employer of labor. He has
represented his ward In the council for two
years and has been active In promoting the
interests of .the city. While he Is not a
polltlolan his friends and nearly all the re
publican political workers of the city are
getting out and at Anting him In ths cam
paign. Republicans who have been Interested in
tho city campaign for many years predict
Mr. Colton will bo elected by a good ma
jority. Osritslt Helps Colle.e.
GRAND ISLAND, March 28. (Special.)
The Grand Island college, the Baptist state
Institution, has received from Mr. Carnegie
a donation of 120,000 for . library building
at the college, conditional upon an endow.
ment of an equal amount, one-tenth of the
same to bo raised annually for malnten.
ance and improvement. It Is likely that the
college authorities will accept ' the offer
and make an effort to get the necessary
K.lsrhts of Pythias Banquet.
BLUB HILL. Neb., March . (Special.)
A banquet waa given Wednesday evening
in Blue Hill by tbe Knlgtits of Pythias'
lodge, which was participated in by all
members of the organisation and about
twenty members of the Knights of Pythias
Red Blood Corpuscles Mado by. Good
Food are tho Police of tho Body.
When a man keeps good red blood In
his veins he has a sort of police squad
and Is practically Immune from disease.
Purs blood made from the right food will
resist the attacks of disease germs and
drive them out or kill them. The first
thing that should be looked to, therefore,
is the blood, and' prompt action to build
m the red corpuscles by food. A law
S-r in a Western town tells how he drov
Brlght's disease out of his systeia by sup
plying good red blood by food:
"For several years I had been afflicted
with kidney trouble," he says, "which
sometimes incapacitated ma for business.
My condition became such as to cause
great fears that Brlght's Disease was
about to fasten itself upon me.
."I had always been very lond of coffee.
When, however, the kidney symptoms
became so alarming-, 1 quit the coffee,
and began to use Postum Food Coffee.
I soon became as fond of ths new beverage
I ss I had been to the old coffee, and,
what is more Important, my health Im
proved rapidly and steadily until In a
short time, the kidney troubles had al
most entirely disappeared. I am con
vinced that my former sufferings and
the sysmptoms of Brlght's disease were
caused by the use of coffee, and that the
credit for my curs belongs to ths Postum.
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Postum Food Coffee and drape-Nuts
make good red blood. They contain
food that Nature uses In the process, so
prepared as to bo quickly assimilated.
IBoys like the
fand making. Fathers like the prices-and we
satisfy their "likes".
WVare sole distributers in Oma
ha of the celebrated
Boys Clothes unniifist.innnhlv
the finest line of
marn oil Imtm
Hundreds of others in all the au
thorized style innovations at anv
price you wish
lodge of Hastings, who were guests of the
evening. A number of new candidates wers
Initiated Into the secrets of the organisa
tion, after which all repaired to the hotel,
where a three-courso banquet awaited
them. Edward Hilton was toastmaster and
responses were made by R. Di.Mants and
Burt E. Brown of Blue Hill, J. D. Rey
nolds, William Alexander and W. A. Dow
ney of the visiting guests.
Beatrice Wins Debate.
BEATRICE, Neb., March 29. (Special
Telegram.) Beatrice high school won the
debate with Wymore tonight. The subject
was government ownership of railroads.
'News of Nebraska.
COLUMBUS Basil Wvman has started
suit for 3,300 on foreclosure of a mort
gage given by George 6oukup.
BEATRICE After a shutdown- of sev
eral weeks, work on the oil well southeast
of the city has been resumed.
rUlATRICE Mrs. Carrie E. Poor,vwife of
CeTonel Poor of Blue Springs, died at Lin
coln and was burled at Blue Springs.
COLUMBUS The fund for the Young
Men's Christian association building is
within $1,000 of the coveted goal of $30,000.
COLUMBUS The First National bank
has appealed to the district court agalnat
the assessment fixed by the county super
vlsora FIRTH Colonel Dean, landlord of the
Park hotel, died after a short illness.
Colonel Lean was a tavorlte with the
BEATRICE The ice plant of the Beatrice
Poultry and Cold Storage company is being
overhauled, preparatory to handling this
season's output of loe.
KRWiRD-The Seward County Teachers'
association will meet here April 13 at 1:90
p. m. Dr. G. E. Conden or tne mate uni
versity will make an address.
BEAVER CROSSING The Platte river
conference of the Evangelical association
la in session. Fifteen ministers and a num
ber of laymen are in attendance.
NEBRASKA CITY Paul Sugden and
Mies Cramt Wagner, two well known
young people, were married this afternoon
at the home of the bride's parent
BEATRICE Central Labor union held a
largely attended meeting Thursday evening.
Addresses were made by Captain W. H.
Ashby, E. E. Ella and J. E. liutson.
BEATRICE The Union Pacific is mak
ing preparations to build a sldetraok sev
era.1 hundred feet In length at G. H. Davis
stone crusher plant, near Blue Springe.
FAIRBURY John Mendenhall. member
of the city council, waa kicked by his horse
and badly hurt. The animal struck. him
In the back with both feet, rupturing his
TABLE ROCK Ruth, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mra C. H. Lane, had her foot
badly mashed by pulling a pump over on
It. j ne oruise is a wwb vi.w uw
lay her up for some time.
HYANNIS Warm weather nas put rancn
men at eass as it has started grass nicely,
snd the fear of shortage of feed is put to
flight, though cattle are not looking very
good there is no great loes.
STERLING The Silver Cornet band will
give a concert every Friday evening. The
village board has erected for the use of
the band a beautiful bandstand at ths cor
ner of Main street and Broadway.
COLUMBUS Hon. P. E. McKllllp's suit
to enjoin the county treasurer from col
lecting taxes on merchandise has been
HH)ar. The ludxe Is
studying up the matter before giving his
HRATRICE ITnlon Pacific motor car No.
8, which has been undergoing repairs at
Omaha, has been put into service again
between here and Lincoln. No. 9 has been
runiilna reaularly while No. 8 was being
HYANNIS A wreck occurred about three
miles west of town last night, caused by
a hot box burning an axle In two. Five
freight cars were piled up. No one was
hurt, but the accident slopped all traffic
for twelve hours.
TECUM8EH WTD. Banders has sold his
Interests in the Tecumsen Mining company
tn hiM nartner. (i. hi. Hotchkln. and Mr.
Hotuhkln will continue the business in the
future. The transfer Includes Tecumseb's
two flouring mllla
WAHOO A successful recital was given
under the auspices of the YVehoo Mendel
ssohn club at the opera bouse. Solos and
maim given by KJlsabeth Uird and
R c. Kowdon of Lincoln, with Harold
Bhellhorn of Lincoln accompanying.
SEWARD While at the elevator at
Beaver Crowing Mr. wtiltnan s team oe
cajne frightened and ran away with him.
throwing him to tbe ground. Two wheels
passed ovsr his body, breaking two ribs
and injuring otie of his lungs and his
BI,OOM FIELD W. F. Jewal, for ten
yeais connected with the btfkln A Jewal
aebefei luartJta&dlss eotabliahmeuL. has
style of our suits. Mothers lil-n
I, r. ,1 i j n
iM, iioio uouu-itrutxi collars, H.V '
hand-padded shoulders and shape i V
retaining fronts-all the newest IVjj
to pay from $f
$2 to 810 L
Young Men's Clothes
, Tliere is a reason why we exert
so much care in selecting
men's clothes. The youth of to
day will be the man of tomorrow
we want his future as 'well as
his present trade we know that
if we can satisfy his tastes new
he'll l6ok to us when he reaches
man's estate The most fetching
things for spring are here for
$6.50 to $20
disposed of his Interests here and leaves
Monday for a trip through Colorado and
Oklahoma. He Intends to locate somewhero
in North Dakota.
COLUMBUS llrakeman Croxler, on the
Burlington, has been arrested and con
fessed that he found a l.GuO-mile book and
sold It for $10 to a Lincoln traveling man.
The book belonged to Mr. Qarlow, and the
number waa sent Into the company and
tiie book waa traced.
HERMAN Burglars entered the home of
George Rose and went through most of the
furniture downstairs, but did not secure
anything of much value. They seemed to
be looking for money and nothing else.
Mr. Rose heard them walking around, but
did not get out of bed.
BLOOM FI ELD The Peavey elevator, re
cently purchased by Saundera & Westrand.
was again disposed of by these men to the
Hoimquist Grain company of Oakland. The
new firm will take possession April 1.
Saunders & Westrand still own the large
Westrand elevator here.
THCUMSEH An effort Is being mado
here to get Tecumseh into the Nebraska
Driving association's racing circuit. In
case of success the races will be pulled
off here the week before the State fair, or
the last week In August. A guarantee of
$1,600 Is asked by the society and a solicit
ing committee is now at work.
NEBRASKA ClTY The warm weather
of the last few days has been very severe
on shippers, particularly those who have
been sending hogs to market. L. A. Hanks,
who lives in the southwestern portion of
the county, tost over 4,000 pounds In one
car sent to this city, the hogs becoming
overheated In transit. Other shippers have
HYANNIS The steam shovel Is here
with a large gang of men. The force la
lowering the track about three feet through
town and is going to move the stock yards
about a quarter of a mile east, and also
going to build a new depot west of the
old one so aa to get out of the cut. The
old depot will be moved to some other
BEATRICE Fire supposed to have been
started by tramps caused the loss of
twenty stalls at the driving park and
ninety tons of baled hay stored in the
building. The loss on the building will
amount to $tioO and on the hay ll.oOu. fully
insured. The building belonged to the
Beatrice Driving association and the hay
to W. A. Stoll, a butcher.
TABLE ROCK The golden wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Encs W. Myers !
was celebrated at their home in Table
Rock.' About forty relatlvea and friends ;
were present. They were presented with a
purse containing nearly $0 In gold, besides f
other valuable tokens Of esteem. Mr. Myers
is .70 years old and Mrs. Myers 71. They ,
have had five children, all of whom are
TECUMSEH The contest .proceedings
agslnst the will of the lute Mrs. Sarah
B. Brandon of this city, have been with
drawn from the district court. Mrs. Pran
don willed valuable farming property In
this county to the Ttnley Rescue Home
of Omaha, and her brother, Elmer E. Bliss
of Albuquerque, N. M.. objected. Contest
of will proceedings were Instituted. A set
tlement has been effected out of court and
the case will be dismissed.
NEBRASKA CITY At the meeting of
Nebraska City lodge No. lots, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, ths following
officers were selected for the ensuing year;
. in n
and croup are best
JU U Li U I
J. Dewtw of the Substitute .Do not bar . subetltut elaimed to be "lost
M'!'' l'- Bull's Cough hrrup. Ulsnotso. buy 1. hulls CousU brrop, aad
. ijsUiMt L disavvvUiUd la a Oius. guU If si OfUaswU. l iiwe, ft, v a4
Exalted ruler, Dr. A. P. Oinn; esteemed
loyal knight, L. F. Jackson; esteemed
leading knight, J. Hyde Sweet; esteemed
loyal knight, A. P. Stafford: secretary, M.
J. Beaunang; treasurer, W. B. Payrte;
trustee, E. K. Bradley. This was the first
n. nnlln. k.U I. .. .. Kama V. I ..I.
one of the finest in the city, and the num.
bers are very enthusiastic. .... -
NEBRASKA CITY An Interesting- suit
Is on trial In the district court, U being
the case of Mrs. Ida M. Hlgglns agalnat
the Highland Nobles. The plaintiff sues to
recover the turn of $1,000 on a policy Issued
to her late husband, Edgar O., Hlgglns, In
which she Is named as the ' beneficiary.
The defenae la contesting on the grounds
that Hlgglns made a false representation
In asserting that he had never been re
jected by any other order. The attorneys
for the Highlanders claim that be had
been rejected before and was not entitled
to Insurance. The case has been continued
until April 2.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today and Tomorrow 1. No
braska and Iowa Warmer
WASHINGTON, March 29. Forecast of
the weather for Saturday and Sunday!
For Nebraska Fair Saturday; Bundky
For Iowa Fair Saturday; Sunday fair,
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BURBATT,
OMAHA, March 29. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last thre
1W. 190. 1S0S. 1904.
66 60 2 87
88 3b tM 40
47 a 60 Hi
.00 .00 .00 ' .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1
and comparison with the last two years:
Normal temperature 43
Excess for the dsy 4
Total exoess since March 1 25
Normal precipitation 07 Inch
Deflclency for the day , 07 Inch
Total precipitation elnce March 1... .24 Inch
Deflclency since March 1 112 Inch
Excess for cor. period, 190S sft Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1906.... .64 Inch
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State - Temp. Max. Rain-
of Weather. T p. in. Temp. falL
Bismarck, clear 80 38 ft
Cheyenne, cloudy 40 , 42 . 00
Chicago, clear 62 6 . i
Davenport, clear 48 80 T
Denver, cloudy 60 61 ' '.00
Havre, part cloudy 32 81 .00
Helena, cloudy . Su Si T
Huron, part cloudy 40 44 .00
Kansas Illy, part cloudy. ...60 64 .00
North Platte, cloudy 62 6 .00
Omaha, clear 61 BtK .f
Rapid City, part cloudy 40 44 T
FW. Ixuls, part cloudy 66 64 .00
St. Paul, clear 96 44 .01
Salt Lake City, cloudy 44 46 T
Valentine, clear 48 80 .00
Wllllston, clear 18 24 .00
T indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
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and croup. Thousands of mothers say
their children from hours of torture aad
threaterdng death bj ltd timely use.
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three children, aud it cured them. After ouir
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