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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 10, 1910.
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Second week of our Clearance Sale
with more and better bargains to
offer you in the way of "OUR" quality summer
Wearables at specially low prices to close them out. Have
you had your share of the bargains? If not, be on hand
early Monday morning. Notice a few of the offerings. Store
Just full of others as good or better come.
$10.00 Boys' Summer Weight Wool Suits for . . $6.75
5.00 Boys' Summer and Colored Wash Suits for 3.85
20.00 Young Men's "Sim Peck" Suits for . . 14.75
25.00 Young Men's "Sam Peck" Suits for . . . 18.75
1.00 Boys' Madras Blouses, 7 to 16 years, for . .63
5.00 Women's Pumps, Tics and Oxfords, for . . 3.50
4.00 Women's Pumps, Tics and Oxfords, for . 2.60
3.00 Misses' Oxfords and Ankle Strap Pumps for 2.43
13.50 Girls White Serge Coats for 9.75
1.00 Girls' White Muslin Skirts for 65
13.50 Small Women's Linen Dresses for . . . 9.75
19.75 White Lingerie Dresses, 32 to 38, for . . 14.75
7.50 Small Women's Office and House Dresses . 4.75
25.00 Pongee and Cloth of Gold Suits for . . 16.53
25.00 Women's Pongee Coats, 32 to 38, for . .11.50
.75 Infants' Colored Dresses, 2 to 6 years, for . .59
4.00 White and Colored Coats, 2 to 6 years, for 2.95
3.00 to $5.00. Infants' Straw Bonnets and Hats, . 1.95
10.00 to $12.00,
Store closes 5
by a distinguished citizen, whom democ
racy should line up, regardless of private
opinion In this fight. Metcalfe shared the
hunora of the day with Bryan, receiving a
tremendous ovation and cries of "senator"
gree.ted him on all sides as he roee to
ALL BLAMED ON HEAT
Things Are Dolus; la Chicago When
an Kleotrle Storm Passes Over.
la acinar a Paale.
duiCAOO, July .-BpeclaI Telegrams
Heal was responsible for many things to
day. In addition to equaling the . record
for the summer of M degrees, which was
set yesterday, It caused deaths and pros
trations, . the adjournment of court In at
least one instance, a street car collision
and the exploitation of the city as a "sum
Shortly after 1 p. m., when yesterday's
record waa equaled, there was a light fall
of rain in the downtown district and at 1
p m. the temperature fell to 81 degrees.
One woman was killed, another Injured
and ten others were thrown Into panic
during a severe electrical storm In Evans
ton this afternoon when lightning struck
a tree under whloh they had taken shelter,
where they were enjoying a picnic. The
MISS CORINNE LAR8EN, U years old,
Mrs. William Carter. 42 years old,
knocked down and stunned by lightning.
IRAul WAR IN GERMANY
(Continued from First Fage.)
aid the Standard'a attorney, "has grown
to such enormous extent that local con
sumption there absorbs lets than 40 per
cent This leaves GO per cent for which
we must provide a market In the world.
1 say we, because, owing to the extent of
our business In America the Standard
company has been put in a position where
it is morally bound to .take care of the
crudo output. It we should refuse to take
the .crude off the producers' hands, no
matter In what quantities offered, It would
disorganise the entire Industry. ' So we
have been forced to push our export busi
ness, even where we carry it. at a loss.
By perfecting our methods of handling and
distributing, we manage to keep the loss
down pretty well, and after we have had
a chance to perfect our organisation, we
generally manage to make money even
under the handicap that go naturallly
with foreign trade.
Oklahoma Oil for Hambarar.
"For instance, XM4 Illuminating oil we sell
In (jermany la produced In the extreme
midule western section ot the I'nlted
States, mostly In the new state of Okla
homa. To handle It economically, we have
built an unbroken pipe line to the ocean
2,0o0 milt'S away. The oil, therefore, flows
directly ..out of the Oklahoma well Into
our tanks at the refinery at Uayonne, near
New Vork City. Then,-after U.ls refined
It Is pumped into . lank . steamers which
carry It to Hamburg and Oliver German
ports. At- Hamburg It Is pumped Into
lare 'storage' tanks.- From these storage
tanks It goes by railroad lit tajik cars Into
the Interior of Germany, where we have
supply ofnters with smaller storage tanks.
Out of these the oil I pumped Into local
tank a-agvns which carry U to the proni
laea of the retail dealers. The otl then,
from the time It romea to the surface In
America Until It reaches the uonwuraer In
Germany Is handled with but one toll to
the mktdlo man. In production and transit
vertically do human hand touches It
"Because of this perfected system we
an compete right In the Herman market
with any producer In the world. Just
irroes the Uerman border are the great
' Russian wells, some of whloh produce SO, (XX)
uiTels a day, whereas In our country, a
well that produces l.eu0 barrels Is a wonder.
The Russians consequently get their crude
tor about a third of what we pay. The
Austrian and Oallclan producers and refin
ers also have many natural advantages
over ua Moth Austrlana end Russians
have a short haul to the Herman market,
a few hundred miles at the most, a here
ire have' aaar ly &.IM) miles. Neverieli.a,
we can take care of ourselves If we can
uly be assured an even uhanc and safe-
IT AT ' H
Women's Linen Suits, 32 to 38, for 7.50
p.m. except Saturdays 10 p. m
1518-1520 FAENAM STREET.
guarded against such practices as this
As a result of thla statement and a thor
ough examination of the company's books
and records, the public prosecutor said
he felt bound to dismiss the charges.
. Sit on the Lid
Postmaster General is Banking Offi
cer Now on Duty at the Na
: WASHINGTON, July .-Only two mem
bers of President Taft's cabinet are In the
capital today "sitting on the lid," as former
President Roosevelt designated this summer
On Postmaster General Frank Hitchcock,
the' ranking offloer of the two here, de
volved the duty of being the bead of the
government In Washington today. It la
likely that this honor will be Mr. Hitch
cock's during most of the summer, unless
one of the four cabinet officers, who rank
him, should return. The postmaster gen
eral Intends to take his vacation In the fall.
The other member, of the cabinet In
town Is Secretary Meyer of the navy, who
resumed Ms work at the department for a
few days, having come from his summer
home at Hamilton, Mass., where he in
tends to spend several months.
Steel Structure on Lehigh Valley
Eoad Near Greenville, N. J., Dam
aged by Explosions.
NEW TORK. July I. -Dynamite bombs
placed under the new trestle be
ing built by the Lehigh Valley Rail
road company along the Bay Shore
of Jersey City, ' exploded early to
day, badly damaging the steel structure
and smashing windows for half a mile
around In the Greenville section. As the
result of ,the first explosion two sixty-foot
Iron girders were wrenched from their po
sition, one of them being driven through
a steel car on the New Jersey Central
siding near the trestle. For forty feet on
either side ot the point of detonation the
cement foundations of the structure were
shattered. A second explosion three quar
ters of an hour later tossed up two more
girders and destroyed an even greater
amount of concrete construction.
The company constructing the trestle
has recently declared an open shop.
BRISTON SOUNDS TUCSIN
(Continued lioin First rage.)
means are unlimited, but If the people will
silect as their representatives In congress
men with not only the Inclination, but
the courage to stand against the powers ot
greed and evil, right wUI triumph;, and as
a republloan I want It to triumph uuder
the banner of the old republican party.
"I appeal to my fellow republican, and
to all good cltlsena to give us your aid.
The responsibility Is with you, and the re
sults are In your hands, and I have an
abiding confidence In a triumphant vic
tory. "Let Kansas, In the coming primary, de
clare for progrsas and reform, and let
that declaration be made with such, em
phasis that It will be heard from ooean to
ocean, and from the lakes to the gulf.
"Yon .should not only uphold the hands
of the men who have fought the good tight,
but add a goodly number of sturdy re
cruits to their ranks, aud by so doing you
will have rendered a patrlotlo service to
. Balleyt hart-hill.
Miss Gertrude Churchill, daughter of
Oeorge Churchill of Sioux City. Ia., and
Mr. George J. Bailey were married by Rev.
Charles W. Savldge at his residence, Fri
day, at 1 o'clock.
CANDIDATES ARE LINING OP
Many File for the Various Offices at
Dsposal of the People.
HITCHCOCK IS IN LIST TWICE
LoasT List for Water Board and Also
for Stat Representatives, aa
Well as for Coasjresslonal
Candidates are filing fast for the various
offices at the disposal of the people.
As far as the filings thus far are an
Indication the only office that Is really In
terestlng to democratic politicians is that
of congressman. Six men have filed for
nomination to congress, and all the other
fights are still between two men or left
to the mercies of one sole applicant. Throe
aspirants, Dr. A. II. Hippie, present mem
ber, P. C. Heafey, former coroner, and E.
a. worm, are alter jobs on tho water
board. Al Sorenson, republican, and Gil
bert M. Hltccock, democrat, are still the
only men In the senatorial race.
nepuDiicans are snowing up most en'
thuelastlcally in the running for a chance
to be a member of the state legislature.
and the county board vacancies are getting
Those Who Have Filed.
The complete list of filings up to Sat nr.
day noon was as follows:
Isadora Zlegler . John T. Brillhart
M. O McLaughlin John M. Tanner
Ralph U. Van Ness George S. Collins
Charles E. Fields
Herman G. Boesche
K. W. Bartos
Henry H. Genau,
Edward W. Blmeral James P. KnrllHh
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1ST DIST.
jonn urant Chas. L. Van Camp
Frank B. Kennard
COUNTY COMMISSIONER ID PIST.
Fred Brnnlng Pan J. Connell
John Ylrak Frank J. Flxa
John C. Lynch
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1TH DIST,
John C. Trouton Thomas Hoctor
Frank O. Johnson Thomas O'Connor
C. L. Saunders H. H. Flehartv
T. W. Blackburn W. F. Stoecker
A. L. Sutton O. M. Hltnhonck
Laurie J. Qulnby
C. O. Lobeck
S. Arlon I,ewls
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Alfred Sorenson O. M. Hitchcock
Henry T. Clarke. Jr.
R. Beecher Howell P. C. Heafey
P. M. Baok Dr. A. II. Hippie
Henry Schroeder E. A. Worm
jonn r riehm
John J. Curtis
O. R. Browne
FOLK BOOSTERS ARE ACTIVE
(Continued from First Page.)
will be made In the manner of an ap
peal to the radical elements of the party.
mny of the old radicals still cling to
Colonel Bryan and If he will turn them
over to Joseph Folk, due and proper
thanks will be returned. As a Missouri
man. Folk thinks he has a strong hold
upon the southern and mlddlewestern
democrats and his emissaries are busy
Oeorare I', liar.
SIOUX CITY, la., July 9. George P. Day,
cashier ot the Merchants National bank,
died In a hospital this morning following
an operation. He had been In the banktng
buslneas here since 1888.
I'aele "Darr" Cansbell.
KIOL'X CITY, la.. July 9.-Ci'iIe "Davy"
Campbell, a pioneer Missouri rir pilot,
died Uday, aged years.
hummer suits to order 117.50. reduced from
Ufc-McCartby-Wllaon, M South ttlb.
1NTERURBAN STOCK C01NC
Line from Dei Moines to Red Oak
FARMERS ARE TAKING INTEREST
Joan Jaakln, Murderer ei un
Boiei at Ollimwki la State of
Collapse While Awraltlasr
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, July 9. OSpeclal Tele
gram.) It was announced here today that
stock In the proposed electric line from Des
Moines to Red Oak has been sold In the
amount of $300,000. Representatives of the
company who are In the city conferring
with local capitalists now believe that the
line will certainly be built to Red Oak. The
stock sold has been largely to persons In
Des Moines and along the lines, very many
farmers Investing In the same. A great
deal of the right-of-way has been secured
and the effort Is to have the road built
with very little dependence upon eastern
Jaakln In Collapse.
Sheriff Clark of Appanoose county, who
will have charge of the hanging ot Jonn
Junkln In the prison at Fort Madison, says
that In his belief the condemned man will
have to - be carried to the gallows In a
state of collapse. Slnco Junkln has been
confined In a solitary cell he hae almost
lost his reason. The demand for tickets
to see the execution is said to be great.
Junkln Is the colored man who killed Clara
Rosen at Ottumwa, Relatives of the girl
have asked permission to see the hanging.
Court Releases Fortane Teller.
The supreme court today " ordered re-
leaned on appeal bond Count Nathoo, a
Hindu fortune teller and soothsayer, who
last week was taken to prison to serve a
twenty-year term tor assault upon a girl.
The court held that his bond offered was
good, though not signed by a freeholder.
In a case from Council Bluffs Involving
the legality of a saloon operated by W. H.
Bock at Lake Manawa, the court held
that a saloon cannot be operated legally In
Iowa outside of a city or town.
In a case from Page county Involving
the constitutionality of the law requiring
branding of Unseed oil the court upheld the
law. In a similar case from Johnson
county Involving a question aa to Interstate
commerce the oourt held the Iowa pure
food law does not apply to mail order
groceries delivered on orders.
Supreme Coart Decisions.
Canfield Lumber company, appellant.
KInt Lumber company. Cedar Rapids su
perior court, affirmed.
State against Charles cresweii, appel
lant. Mills countv. affirmed.
W. A. Reynolds against Phil Pray, ap
pellant, Linn county, affirmed.
O. Boynton against Z. A. Church, certio
rari. Carroll county, dismissed.
Mlnden Creamery Company, appellant.
Against H. J. Hensley, Pottawattamie
county, affirmed In part..
Ellas Uoty, appellant, Against fj. w.
Braska, Linn county, affirmed.
Q. R. Warn against Chicago Oreat West
ern railway, appellant, Aiarsnau county,
Capital . City Brick and Pipe company,
apellant, against City of Des Moines, Polk
C. E. Walsh against Trl-City Railway
csmpany, Scott county, affirmed.
O. M. Parkinson, appellant, against peter
Klrtaen, Lyon county, reversed.
M. L. Watson against r'rea fonoin, ap
pellant, Wright county, affirmed.
W. H. HeoK, appellant, against lii. h.
Woodruff, judge, Pottawattamie county, af-
W. P. Trumbo. appellant against H. P.
Pratt, Van Buren county, affirmed.
stale against Hoi ten uray uo., appel
lants, Page county, affirmed.
Btate. appellant, airalnst J. B. Eckenrode,
Johnson county, affalrmed. "
Farmers Will Sastala Loss.
Des Moines millers state that by reason
of the decision of the courts In the bleached
flour cases the farmers will sustain a loss
of from 10 to 20 cents a bushel on their
winter wheat grown In Iowa, because ot
the Inaballty to use this wheat In milling.
They say that .the bakers will not accept
flour made from this wheat grown In Iowa
unless It Is bleached, hence they will almost
cease from purchasing It, and farmers will
have to depend upon home consumption of
the same. : '
Will Raa for Governor.
Lieutenant Governor George W. Clarke
la first In the field as a candidate for the
republican nomination for governor two
years hence. The Dallas county conven
tlon, which sent him to the state convention
at the head ot the delegation, passed a
resolution making announcement that In
due time the name of Mr. Clarke wfll be
presented to the republicans of Iowa as
candidate for governor. He was renom
mated tor lieutenant governor without
opposition. He won two years ago over
two opponents. He was twice elected
Five for Jadge.
There are five avowed candidates for
judge In the Fifth judicial district for the
three places to be filled at a district con
vention at Dexter, July 26. These are: J. H
Atplegate, Guthrie Center; W. H. Fahey,
Perry; L. N. Hays, Knoxville; C. D. Rob
bins, Winterset, and C. H. Chapman, Green
field. ' Applegate Is a candidate tor renom
lnatlon. it is believed that Hays and Fahey
will be the other two nominees.
Trouble for Aiueadateat.
It develops that there is serious trouble
among those who are making the fight for
the carrying of a prohibitory amendment
to the state constitution. There was or
ganized last year a committee to carry on
the work, but tna anti-saloon league ele
ment refused to Join and has been working
for soma other plan. Nr. H. H. Sawyer
of Sioux City, has been selected to handle
the campaign. He was long connected with
the anti-saloon league and as a result ths
party prohibitionists have withdrawn sup
No I ud let me ate Found.
The grand jury of this county adjourned
today without making any report of lndlot
meats In connection with the alleged mis
management of the state school for girls
at Mitchellvllle. Neither John Cownle, who
was accused ot a crime by the governor,
nor the governor himself, was Indicted.
Whether this will close the case remains
to be seen. The entire management of the
school for many years was Inquired Into
by the grand jury and nothing was found
to suggeat miamanagement or any wrong
action. Mr. Cownle, as chairman ot the
board, had been discharged by the gover
nor who accused him of various grave of
fenses. NEW ORLEANS CARMEN
WILL REFUSE THE OFFER
NEW ORLEANS. July .-New Orlesns
street ear employe will refuse the Offer
of the company to Increase salaries a quar
ter of a cent an hour for five years, and to
extend this Increase and pay a bonus of U
cent an hour during t'ne sixtn year provided
the Panama exposition is held here during
This announcement was made by Pres
ident Mahon, the carmen's national presi
dent. He said the offer was a plsy to put
the carmen In the position of oppos'"g the
exposition. The men are considering the
sending of a strike ultimatum to the com
Comes to America
to Learn About
Japanese Editor in Studying Journal
ism Finds Some Things that
Are Surprising Him.
NEW YORK, July 9. (Special Tele
gram.) That women are responsible for
the sensationalism In American newa-pa-era
Is the belief and declaration of
G. Date, editor of the Kukumln Shlnbun
Of Toklo, Japan. The Japanese editor
arrived In New York after a slow tour
around the world, when he studied the
newspapers In every, big city. Mr. Date
Is collecting data for a history of jour
nalism, but does not deny that he Is
using his Information for more practical
The paper In Toklo of which Editor
Date la the head, is a morning Journal,
but the editor la contemplating issuing
an evening edition also. . This had some
thing to do with the editor's trip, for
as soon as It was decided to give the
Kokumln Shlnbun an evening edition,
the editor started out to see how even
ing papers were reai.y made. He came
across Siberia to St. Petersburg, where
the bomb-proof cellars and the artillery
of the editors alarmed him. Continuing
to Berlin he was again discouraged by
the alarming quantities of beer which the
German editors consumed. Mr. Date
thought that ,an editor, must necessarily
drink large quantities of beer, judging
from his experiences In Berlin. in
Paris he failed to keep several engage
ments because the editors were fighting
duels. This added a new note ot dis
couragement. In London the heavy,
solid looking papers caused the Jap to
believe that no one read . them. ' His
most pleasant experience, so far, has
been in New York. Giving his Impres
sion of the American press and read
ing public, he says:
"Your papers appeal more to women
.tnan to men. Women are sensational in
their nature and you make your papers
more sensational than those of any
other nation. Women in Amerioa, I
notice, aire coming Into a more prominent
place In Journalism and all the uig
papers have many women reporters."
Mr. Date Is going to Waau.ngton to
confer with the Japanese minister and
Is than going to- San Francisco, from
which point he sails.
to W. J. Bryan
Says More Respect for Observance of
Law Needed, Rather Than
LINCOLN, Neb., July 9. In a lengthy
statement lsued tonight Governor Shallen-
berger makes exception to the statement
ot Mr. Bryan, recently published, In which
the governor was criticised for not calling;
an extra session ot the legislature. The
governor denies that his refusal to convene
the legislature injected county option into
the campaign, but he insisted that the
veto of the Fort Crook liquor bill and
his approval ot the 8 o'clock closing bill
started the fight, the brewers attempting
to defeat him because ot that action on
these measures. ,
He again repeats that he did not 'call
the legislature together because Mr, Bryan
could not deliver the votes. He disagreed
with Mr. Bryan that county option ia the
important Issue of the campaign, but in
sists that the Initiative and referendum Is
the leading Issue.
He believes county option can be settled
by a vote of the people which can be se
cured under the Initiative and referen
dum. The governor does not believe the re
publicans will endorse county option and
he quotes Mayor Love as being one strong
county option advocate who is authority
for the statement. .
He calls Mr. Bryan's attention to the fact
that he received more votes when he was
elected governor than any man ever re
ceived in the state kept Roosevelt and he
believes that he la entitled to a second
nomination without having to struggle for
He said: "Mayor Dahlman has been
brought out to defeat me. It he can do It,
my defeat will be a warning to all future
politicians In Nebraska to never dare to
stand up against the liquor Interests."
The governor says what Is needed In the
state la more respect for an observance of
the law on the statute books concerning the
liquor question and his office is chiefly
conoerned with the enforcement of laws.
He is willing, however, to let the party In
convention determine the policies In the
matter of making new laws.
JOSEPH SMITH OFF TO EUROPE
Head of Mormon Cnarca Waata to
Get Away from the Hot
NEW YORK. July S.-Josepu Smith, presi
dent of the Mormon church of Utah, was
a passenger on the liner, Vaderland, which
sailed today for Dover and Antwerp. Bishop
C. W. Nilley and the letter's family sallrd
with President Smith.
"We want to get away from the hot
weather," said President Smith, "and will
be gene a month or maybe two. Conditions
In Utah at present are for the most part
good. - Unfortunately, however, there haa
been a drouth that has caused a lot of mis
chief." CORPORATIONS ELUDE TAX
Total Receipt at Dtswtneal Acer,
grate Twenty-Five Against A aar sa
me at of TweatySeven, Millions.
WASHINGTON, July .-The total " re
ceipts from the corporation tax, aa an
nounced at the Treasury department today,
aggregated 124,043,500, while the total assess
ments were 27,O0O,OlK). Under the law a
penalty will be applied to all corporations
which may be delinquent on the 10th In
stant, Officials generally, however, expect
that practically all of the tax will be paid
In to avoid ths penalty.
ICE CREAM CONES UNDER BAN.
Big renslgameat AllrJ to Ba Ua.
(It for Food Helsed la Nevr
NEW YORK, July S. The Ice cream cona
la the latest object of attack under the pure
food regulations of the federal government.
Today United Htatea Marshal Henkel, with
a force of deputies visited a North River
steamship pier and seised eighteen crates
containing 7t boxes of the cones. Ths
cones were alleged to be unfit for human
consumption and their seizure was ordered
by the United States district court.
CoaarreMmaa Browalaw's Faaeral.
JOHNSON CITY. Tenn., July l.-The
funeial of Kepreaenlatlve Walter P. Brown
low, who died last night, will be held at
10 o'clock Monday morning. Burial will be
at the Huldlera' -Home cemetery, known a
NEW AVIATION RECORDS
Mamet Carries Two Passengers Fifty-
Seven Miles at Eheims.
NEW MARK TOR DISTANCE
A a bra a Carries Rlagla rasaenarer
About KUtr-Threa Miles la
Less Than Hoar aad a
BETHENY PLAINS. RHFlMS. July 9
Mamet established a world's record for
carrying two pasaengers at the aviation
meet today. He flew for M 75 kilometers
(57.59 miles) at an altitude ot fifty meters
(lM feet), ubrun made a now distance
record with a single passenger of 86 kilo
meters (52.TS ml ! a In 1:27 ;33. Both used
M. Labouchere, the French aviator,
broke the world's record for distance at
the aviation meet here today. He flew
(40 kilometers (!11'4 miles) In a single flight
In four hours, thirty-seven minutes and
Leon Morane, another French aviator,
on a new Blerlot 100-horse-power machine,
covered five kilometers (S.10 miles) In two
minutes and fifty-six seconds and ten
kilometers (ft.fl miles) In five minutes and
No Flights at Atlantic City.
ATLANTIC CITY. July 9. Glenn Curtlsa
and Walter Brookens, who will try for the
J5.000 altitude prise ot the Atlantic City
Aero club late today, made no attempt at
flights during the day. A sharp southerly
breeze made landing on the beach difficult
It not dangerous.
Papers Asking Extradition of Amer
ican Uxorcide Forwarded hy.
Italian Foreign Office.
ROME, July 9. The formal demand of the
Italian government for the extradition of
Porter Charlton has been forwarded by the
foreign office to the Italian einbaissy at
Washington. Charlton Is the young Amer
ican who murdered his wife In Italy and
was arrested a fortnight ago in Hoboken.
The writ sent forward today is accom
panied by documentary evidence that has
been authenticated by the American em
bassy at Rome.
This Is the first time Italy has made a
demand for the extradition of an American
cltlxen and as Italy always has refused to
grant extradition for Italians who commit
crimes In foreign countries and seek refuge
In their native land, the outcome Is awaited
When you have anything to sell or trade,
advertise It in The Bee Want -Ad columns
For Nebraska Fair; cooler.
For Iowa Showers; cooler.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
kVHat 6 a. m
v a. m ,
7 a. m
8 a. m...,
9 a. m
10 a. m ,.
U a. m
1 p. m..
J p. m
1 p. m
4 p. m
6 p. m
8 p. m.....
7 p. m
Laval Record. N
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, July 9. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the oorreuponding period of the last three
years: iiu. isaw. ios. law.
Maximum temperature.... 75 86 87 91
Minimum temperature 65 71 5 69
Mean temperature o is 7b eu
Precipitation 03 .10 .00 .54
Temperature ana precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1.
and compared with the last two years;
Normal temperature 78
Deficiency for the day 6
Total excess since March 1 633
Normal precipitation 13 Inch
Excess for the day 10 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 tM inches
Deficiency since March 1 11.411 Inches
Excess for oor. period, 1909 46 Inch
Excess for cor. period, 1W8 4. IS Inches
I A. WEIHH, Liocal rorecaster.
First Father Is Cured of an Erup
tion that Burned and Itched Day
and Night. Then Baby is Cured
of a Distressing Rash.
Neighbors Pleased to Find a Sure
Cure for Skin Afflictions.
"1 suffered for eight years with what the
doctors called ths 'seven year itch.' Thla
was like small red pimples such as form on
the face but they burned and Itched, day and '
night. These pimples were from my ankles
up, but mostly on my thighs and arms. I
tried doctor after doctor but their medicines
brought no relief. But st last 1 struck the
right treatment this was Cutk-ura. I
bought a set of the Cutlcura Remedies Cu
tlcura Soap, Ointment and Pills and a few
application, brought relief. When 1 had used
about half the set I was nearly cured and after
using two full sets I was well and bent of ail. I
have stayed cured.
"About four months ago, our baby began
to be covered with a rash and his head with a
spreading sore. Back of the ears, the flesh
cracked open and the "poor baby would
scratch till it bled. He worried, ciled and
could not sleep. Then we bought a set of
Cutlcura and with a few applications the
burning and Itching ceased, baby stopped
worrying and could sleep. When this single
set had gone we bad no use for any more as
baby was never troubled with the disease
again. The neighbors who saw the condition
of the bahy all asked what eared hint and
when we told thein, they were surprised and
pleased to find a sure cure for these skin
afflictions. Edward H. Carter, 323 North
S7tb Bt Camden, N. J., Mar. 0. 1910."
A SkiSM set at Cvttears gasp and Olatmsnt li
eft sumcMil. rendering It Ilia Kwml Mooamlwl
Imlluol tor aflMtwns of tke Mia and scalp. Hole
tarewbout tna worM. Puiwr Drug A Cbem. Cora.,
Sola Prop. Hi CtolumbiM Av, Boatoa, Mm.
S-M.iwl frra. bMat Cutleurs Book ea TiMt
meat ot btia aad scalp ABectmaa.
Lot For Sale
In the Growing Railroa4
and Wholesale District
This is a safe and sure
M. M. t ESSER
3411 Burt St.
Phones: Harney 202 aud 16lr2
It used to be true that bifocal
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r,old" looking, and trying to the
eyes. It is NOT true of
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HCTEIOH OPTICAL CO.. 11
S13 South 16th Street. (
Everybody has something around ths
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they have articles that while they
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game time they dltUtke to throw them
Just let them find people who would,
take these articles oft their hands and
pay for them and they would be happy.
Yet that Is JuBt what can be accom
plished by way of the For Sale Mis
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istering of the Trust
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Onr Bond Depart
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based on 24 years'
continuous and suc
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Amounts $100 and
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aelfrespect or Intelligence.
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