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QONCILIAT1NG CONCI LIAn NG THE TH E SENATORS SENATORSAn
An esteemed contemporary the Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicago ¬
cago RecordHerald Racort1B ra1d an extreme sup supporter supporter supporter ¬
porter of t Prarident Roosevelt Roo evelt finds It ItI itI itpassing
I passing > strange that the president presidentEhould presidentshould preidefltshould
should disregard the wishes of the thepeople theI thepeople
people of Chicago by supplanting an anefficient anefflcJent anefficient
I
efficient postmaster with a man whowas who WliOwas whowas
was recommended by the senator from fromIllinois fromTIltnois fromIllinois
Illinois The president also took care careof careor careof
of one Doe DoQJ Jmieeon mie on a repudiated repudiatedpolitician repudiatedpolitician repudiatedpolitieian
politician Who had however the good coodfortune goodtortune goodfortune
fortune to be friendly with Senators SenatorsCuUom SenatorsCullom SenatorsCuliom
CuUom and Hopkins Now it is re reported reported reported ¬
ported that another disreputable one oneIs oneis oneIs
Is to be jrSvan itwen 6n a fat office because Cul Cullom Cullom Cullom
lom and Hopkins want him to have haveone haveone haveone
one oneWhile While expressing regret over these theseactions theseactions theseactions
actions by b Mr Roosevelt the Record RecordHerald RecordHeraJd RecordHerald
Herald it seem m9 to us fails to grasp grasptheir grasptheir grasptheir
their real significance signi cance It is not In InIllinois inIllinois inIllinois
Illinois alone thdt th the president is islistening1 isUstenlng islistening
listening to the advice ad ice of senators In Inthe inthe Inthe
the matter matt r of federal feder patronage He Heis Heis HeIs
is indeed i eed permittiag them to dictate dictateappointments dIotateappointments dictateappointments
appointments everywhere everyW er In Indiana IndianaCongressman IndianaCongressman IndianaCongressman
Congressman Overstreet has been re refused refused refused ¬
fused the disposal of an office always alwaysconceded alwaysconcede alwaysco9Qded
conceded co9Qded to him merely because Sen Senatp Sen3evez1dgt Selit
t atp BeveEidge had a candidate for lorthe torhe forthe
the he place JMr Overstreet Is so Indig Indignant IndIgnant Indigq ¬
q nant that he has h refused a reelection reelectionto
1 to the secretaryship secret ryship of the Republican Republicancongressional Republlcancongressional Republicancongressional
congressional campaign committee committeeRepresentative oommitteeRepreselitth committeeRepreseatLUVe
Representative Denby of Detroit has hasalso basalso hasalso
also joined the th thJfldIflatOfl indignation class Mr MrDenby MrDenby MrDenby
Denby had a candidate lor postmas postmaster ¬
ter of o Detroit his home He naturally naturallythought naturaIlythought naturallythought
thought he would be permitted to toname toname toname
name this official because his last lastRepublican 1astRepublican lastRepublican
Republican predecessor plec cESSOr had had that thatprivilege thatprivIlege thatprivilege
privilege In fact for many m ny years It Ithas ithas ithas
has been the custom to allow repre representatives representatives represantatives ¬
sentatives and senators the deciding decidingvoice decidingolce decidingvoice
voice in the selection of the postmas postmasters postmasters postrnasters ¬
ters for th their fr home towns One day dayto dayto dayto
to Mr Denbys great eat chagrin Presi President President President ¬
dent Roosevelt named a man the therepresentative therepresentative therepresentative
representative had not even thought thoughtof
I I ot for postmaster of Dstroft Inquiry Inquirydeveloped Inquirydovelopd Inquirydoveloped
developed the fact that the successful successfulcandidate successulcand1d8t successtulcandidate
candidate was recommended by Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Alger AlgerIf
4 If our Chicago contemporary CODt comtitnpOrarYnothing pOrary sees seesnothing seesnothlng
nothing significant In all 11 this Its range rangeof rangeot rangeof
of vision would not extend through a apane apane apane
pane of clear glass on a sunshiny day dayPresident dnyPresident dayPresident
President Rooaevett has some pet petmeasures petmeasures petmeasures
measures before this congress He be believes 1Je1Iaves b blieves ¬
lieves he has h a comlortaWe > 1e majority majorityin
in the house The senate Is his stum stumbling stumbUng alumhUng ¬
bUng block Therefore he is attempt attempting atteInttlng attemptlug ¬
lug to conciliate the senators by bygiving bygtvm bygiving
giving them all 11 the patronage they theycan theycan theycan
can possibly desire Conciliate is of ofcourse otcourse ofcourse
course the only proper word to use useWhen usea useWhen i iWhen
When a man Is paid money to vote a acertain acertain aIL
a
IL certain way he is bribed When he Is Ispaid Ispald isI
I I paid an office he is merely concilia conciliated concilIated concllIlLI ¬
I ted It is well to bear in mind these thesenice thesenIce thesenice
nice distinctions So if the liberal use useof useor useof
of federal patronage can Induce the thesenate theF
senate to see ee Its way clear to put putthrough putt
11 i
F J t f through the presidents pet measures measuresthey measuresthey measuresthey
they will certainly certalnl certalnlput be put through throughPATRICK throughJ throughTHE
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PATRICK CASE CASEThe CASEThe CASEThe
44 THE
The strenuous efforts that are under underway underway underway
way to save Albert F Patrick the theNew theNew theNew
New 1 York > Orlc lawyer who was s convicted convictedfive convictedfive
five or six years ears ago of the murder murderof
of Rice a millionaire whose property propertyPatrick propertyPatrick propertyPatrick
1 Patrick was alleged to desire are in ina inJ InI
J I a fair way to be successful Governor GovernorHiggins Governorl
Higgins of New York has indicated indicatedthat indicatedJ Indicatedi1i
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J i1i r that he may commute e mmute Patricks Patr1c s sen sentence senv ¬
v 11 tence to If Ute fa Imprisonment Those Thosewho Thosewho Thosewho
who remwnbw the circumstances of ofthe otthe ofthe
the case will not teel that Justice has hasgone hasI
I 0 gone astray if Patricks sentence is iscommuted Iscommuted Iscom1t2d
commuted commutedPatiiyfe commutedp com1t2dP
Patiiyfe p fij j didnot did not perform the actual actualwork actualwork actualt
t work of ot f killing 1ice Rice This iiis was done doneby doneby donee
by a valet on one Jones who testified testifiedthat testifiedthat testifiedr
e
r i that he himself h IDMlf administered the chlo chloroform chlortfonn ¬
4 roform that vfas as said to have killed killedRice killedRictJones kiUedEUce
Rice RictJones Jones swore wore he did this at the theinstigation t e eiIstlgat10P
31 instigation of Patrick This was the theonly theo teII
II only o I Hr0et direCt < testimony agaist the de defendant der e eI ¬
I fendant r nd3int In consideration coni eration of convict convictIng convicting convictI
I Ing Patrick p IILtriCk triek Jones J es the actual mur murderer murderer murI ¬
I derer was W given his liberty llbe ty probably probablythe Jrobablytbe probablyr
r the first case of its kind in the crim criminal criminal crlinia1 ¬
inal records records4JThe rccordThe rccordiPhe
The Phe jury that tried Patriok evi evidently evld evidenfly ¬
dently d mtIY believed Jones for forP forPatiOk Patrick trlokwaS was
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sentenced to die in tha electric chair chairEver chairEver chairEver
Ever since ho has been fighting in the thtcourts thecourts thecourts
I Ithat
courts for orhis his life He claims cl tms now nowthat nowthat
that if he could have a new trial he htwould hewould hewould
would be acquitted for it Is asserted assertecthat assertedthat assertedthat
that seyeral physicans of prominence prominenceare
are prepared 1 > to swear that even U UJones if ifrones lfJones
Jones told the truth even if he did dieadminister didadminister didadminister
administer the chloroform at the theInstance theInstance theinstance
Instance of Patriok even if Patrick Patrickwanted Patrickwanted Patrickwanted
wanted Rice murdered in order to tcsecure tosecure tosecure
secure possession of the millionaires millionairesestate millionairesestate s sestate
estate or to cover up u crimes of forgers forgersalleged torgeryalleged forgeryalleged
alleged agaist the defendant Rice did didnot didnot didnot
not die as a result of the chloroform chloroformbut
but from natural causes causesPatrick causesPatrick causesPatrick
Patrick alleges that he could not notprocure notprocure notprocure
procure these witnesses for his first firsttrial firsttrIal firsttrial
trial because he did not know they theywere theywere theywere
were existent However that may be beit beit beit
it appears from a surface view of the thecase thecase thecase
case that there is an injustice in per permitting permitting perinitting ¬
mitting Jones to go free and in send sending sending sending ¬
ing Patrick to his death The law lawholds lawholds lawholds
holds the accomplice equally guilty guiltywith g guiltywith Uty Utywith
with the actual criminal but not more moreguilty moreguilty moreguilty
guilty Two wrongs w ongs do not make a aright aright aright
right it is true but there is enough enoughdoubt enoughdoubt enoughdoubt
doubt in the Patrick case to warrant warranta
a commutation of his sentence sentenceIRAL sentenceRURAL
10 10RURAL
RURAL IRAL FREE DELIVERY DELIVERYThe
The report of the fourth assistant assistantpostmaster assistantpostmaster assistantpostmaster
postmaster general on the rural free freedelivery treedelivery freedelivery
delivery system shows that the Inno Innovation innovation Innovation ¬
vation Is an Innovation no longer longerPeople longerPeople longerPeople
People have come to regard the sys system aystem systern ¬
tem as a necessary part of the postal postaldepartment postaldepartment postaldepartment
department and they use It as such suchThe suchThe suchThe
The last Democratic national admin administration administratlon adminIstratlon ¬
istratlon performed no act of greater greaterbenefit greaterbenefit greaterbenefit
benefit to more people than the pass passage passage passage ¬
age of the act making rural free de delivery delivery ¬
livery possible Its growth in popular popularfavor popularfavor
favor Is shown by the report reportDuring reportDuring reportDuring
During the fiscal year 190405 more morethan morethan morethan
than one billion pieces of mail were werehandled werehandled werehandled
handled by the rural mail carriers on
34677 routes There were 32065 car carriers carriers carriers ¬
riers and the cost of the service was
16871733 The matter handled car carried carrIed carned ¬
ried average postage of a little less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than one and onehalf cents It will willbe willbe willbe
be seen that the postage came very veryclose veryclose veryclose
close to paying the cost of the service serviceor
or rather it would have come very veryclose veryclose veryclose
close to it if all the rural postage had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been new business businessIt
It cannot be argued though that t at it itwas itwas itwas
was all new business Still It Is rea reasonable reasonable rcasonable ¬
sonable to suppose that at least half halfof halfof halfof
of the stamps placed on rural mail mailletters mailletters mailletters
letters and packages would not have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been purchased if there had been no norural norural norural
rural free delivery The time cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be far distant when the rural service servicewill servicewill servicewill
will pay for itself for it is growing growingdaily growingdally growingdaily
daily In popular favor There Is Isabundant isabundant Isabundant
abundant reason for itsgrowth its growth The Thedweller Thedwel1er Thedweller
dweller In rural communities Is now nowalmost nowalmost nowalmost
almost as favorably situated as re regards regards regards ¬
gards mall service as the city dweller dwellerHe dwellerHe dwellerHe
He has his daily paper his business businesscommunications businesscommunications businesscommunications
communications his mailable mer merchandise merchandis merchandise ¬
chandise brought to his door There Thereis
is no longer necessity for spending spendingseveral spendingseveral spendingseveral
several hours time once a week or oroftener oroftener oroftener
oftener in trips to the postoffice postofficeThe postofficeThe postofficeThe
The rural free delivery service has hasjustified hasjustified hasjustified
justified its establishment and vindi vindicated vindicated vindicated ¬
cated the judgment of the Democrats Democratswho Democratswho
who made possible its installation installationSeveral installationS installationSeveral
S 0 0Several
Several generals on both sides were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed or wounded says a dispatch dispatchregarding dispatchregarding dispatchregarding
regarding a conflict in Santo Domingo DomingxxInasmuch DomingoInasmuch DomingoThasmuch
Inasmuch as you couldnt throw a abrick abrick abrick
brick at either army without hitting hittinga
a general the statement that several severalgenerals severalgenerals severalgenerals
generals were killed or wounded seems seemssuperfluous seemssuperfluous seemssuperfluous
superfluous Now if a private had hadbeen hadn
been b en n hurt that would have been be n news newsindeed news newsindeed newsindeed
indeed indeedThe indeedThe
O 0 0The
The ship subsidy bill ought to be bepassed bepassed bepassed
passed says one of its supporters supportersbecause supportersb supportersbecause
because b ause it will encourage the building buildingof
of ships in which to carry our soldiers soldiersto
to foreign countries with which we wemay wemay wemay
may become involved In war And Andwho AndWho Andwho
who was + as the lady that cried because becauseher becauseher becauseher
her baby daughter might get married marriedand marrIedand marriedand
and have a baby that might die diePresident diePre dieU diePresIdent
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President Pre lldent Roosevelt was unfortu unfortunately untortunateIy unfortunately ¬
nately so busy passing out patronage patronageto
to senators that he didnt have time timeto tImeto timeto
to participate In the Antelope Island Islandbuffalo IslandbufCalo Islandbuffalo
buffalo hunt Nevertheless the gentle gentlemen gentlemen gentlemen ¬
men who were there managed to kill killthe kinthe killthe
the allotment of buffaloesWhy buffaloes buffaloesWhy
0 0Why
Why yes Best Beloved It Is entirely entirelyirobable entirelYprobabl entirelyprobable
probable probabl that the reason our esteemed esteemedontemporary esteemedcontemporary steemedcontemporary
contemporary continues Its violent violenttowllng violenthowling violenthowling
howling against the late Democratic Democraticdmlnlstrailon DemocraticadmInIstration Democraticadministration
admInIstration Is to distract attention attentionrom attentionfrom attentionfrom
from rom the mistakes Easy Bz z has aj ajeady aJready al already
ready begun to make makeIt makeIt
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It is now said that there Is a possi possilllty possiblUty possibility
lllty > that McCurdy will turn states statesviolence statesevlden statesevidence
violence evlden e It is to be hoped however howeverhat howeverthat howeverthat
that no bargain will be made by which whichle whichhe whichhe
he le will get his old job back bac His tes testimony testImony testimony ¬
timony would not be worth that con concession concession concession ¬
cessionIt cession
G
It is surely not notposslbIe possible poss1bIethat that the < < re reformers reformers reformers ¬
formers will fail to add the cutting cuttingf
ot > f cakes for rings at weddings pro proressive progressIve progressive
gressIve ressive euchre parties and all that sort sortf sortof sortof
of > f thing to their index expurgratorius expurgratoriusThe
0 0The
The statement of Boss Durham of ofbUadelphla otPhUadelphJa ofPhiladelphia
Philadelphia that he Is going to retire retirerom retirefrom retirefrom
from rom politics is amustng The people peoplef
Ot f Philadelphia have he ve retired politics politicsom politicsfrom politiesrom
from rom om him himEvidently himEvidently
0 0Evidently
Evidently brokers sometimes lose loseheir losetheir losetheir
their own money On no other otherlypothesis otherhypothesis
hypothesis is it possible to t account a count for forhe forthe forthe
the suicide of a a Cleveland broker who whoost wholost wholost
lost 500000 500000A V VA
A witness who knows all about Stan Stanard Standard Stiuidard
dard Oil affairs has been discovered discoveredhe dis overed overedThe
The he witness Is neither Ida M Tarbell Tarbellaor T Tabe11nor rbeIl rbeIlnor
nor Thomas W LaweonBut Lawson LawBone LawBonBut
e S
V But Dont Blame the Dogs DogsMilwaukee DogsMIlwaukee Dogsj
j Milwaukee SentineL SentlneLmtrafashionable SentineLJlU SentineLlBtra4ashionable
mtrafashionable JlU feshionab e dogs In New York Yorkte YOJkare Yokare
are te now ow wearing earrings earrln s
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Mrs A C Ewing and Mrs W C Al Alexander Alexander Alexander ¬
exander were the hostesses yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon at a bridge party given in inthe Inthe inthe
the Kenyon in compliment to Miss MissElizabeth MissEllzabeth MISSElllzabeth
Elizabeth Cosgriff Four tables were werefiUed werefilled wereV
V filled with the players and prizes were werewon w werewon re rewon
won by Miss Elizabeth Cosgriff and andairs andlIrs andMrs
airs L Seton Seto Lindsay Lind y The rooms roomswere roomswere roomswere
were bright with pink carnations and andferns andferns andferns
ferns and the friends to meet the guest guestof guestot
of honor were Miss Cosgriff Mrs J B BCosgriff BCosgriff BCosgrlff
Cosgriff Mrs Irs Wilbur W Flagg Mrs MrsDavid MrsDavid iIrsDavid
David S Murray Mrs Irs Richard A AKeyes AKeyes AKeyes
Keyes Mrs David Keith Mrs Clifford CliffordR
R Pearsall Mrs George W Rose Miss MissGertrude MissGertrude MissGertrude
Gertrude McGrath Miss Loin McMil McMillan M MeMilIan 1iI 1iIIan ¬
Ian Mrs M H Kriebel Miss Lillian LillianFitch LllUanFItch LillianFitch
Fitch Mrs Elbridge ElbridgeThomas Thomas Mrs Da David David David ¬
vid R Gray Mrs B C Lockwood LockwoodMrs Lockwood1rIrs LockwoodMrs
Mrs Frank Knox Mrs L Seton Lind Lindsay Lindsay Lindsay ¬
say Mrs M L Bishop Mrs H T TCleaver TCleaver TCleaver
Cleaver Mrs Ashby Cleveland Mrs MrsN MrsN MrsN
N M Vick Mrs H D Niles Mrs H HR HR HH
R Perry and Mrs A M Smith SmithMrs SmithMrs SmithMrs
Mrs E O Howard has issued invita invitations invitations Invitations ¬
tions for a large luncheon to be given givennext givennext givennext
next Saturday in honor of Mrs George GeorgeJay GeorgeJay GeorgeJay
Jay Gibson and Mrs Dana T Merrill MerrillMr MerrillMr MerrillMr
Mr and Mrs W P Kiser are home homeafter homea homeaster
after a ter a stay of a month In the east eastThey eastThey eastThey
They visited all through Iowa and andwent andwent andwent
went to Chicago and up into Michigan Michiganfor I1chiganfor
for a short time timeMr timeMr timeMr
Mr and Mrs William C Jennings en entertained enterta1ned entertained ¬
tertained a party of o twelve at a dinner dinnerat
at their home In Second street streetMiss streetMiss
Miss Laura Sherman entertains at a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon at the University club today
In compliment to Miss Elizabeth Cos Cosgriff Cosgri1 Cosgaff ¬
gaff griffMiss
Miss Elsa lsa Green Is back from a stay stayof stayof stayof
of some two weeks In Los Angeles AngelesMr Angelesfr
Mr fr and Mrs S F Fenton enter entertained entertained entertairied ¬
tained at ata a dinner last evening for forJudge torJudge forJudge
Judge and Mrs Bartlett Trlpp ofSouth ofSouthDakota at otSoutbDakotn South SouthDakota
Dakota DakotaMr DakotaMr DakotnMr
Mr and Mrs Alma W Cowan are arehere arehere arehere
here on their wedding trip and are areguests areguests areguests
guests of Mr and Mrs Arthur Lynn at
423 Second street streetMiss streetlIiss streetS streetMiss
S
Miss Gertrude Richards Is in Denver Denvervisiting Denvervisl Denvervisiting
visiting visl tIng friends for a short time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The tourist section of the Ladies LadiesLiterary LadiesLiterary LadiesLiterary
Literary club will meet this morning morningat
at the club house Mrs S F Fenton Fentonwill Fentonwill Fentoncvlil
will read a paper on the Sacred SacredMountain SactCd1ountain Sacred1ounta1a
Mountain and the Monasteries of Chi China China Cliina ¬
na and Mrs James L Franken will willspeak w1l1speak willspeak
speak of Chinas First Foreign WarlIrs WarMrs War WarMrs
Mrs N L Green and Mrs J D La LaForge LaForge LaForge
Forge entertained the guests of the theManitou theManitou theManitou
Manitou Sunday evening at an infor informal informal informai ¬
mal musicale Several well known ar aritists artists arV
V tists took part in the programme programmeThe programmeThe prograThmeThe
The women of the First Presby ¬
terian church will give a gettogeth gettogether ¬
er er dinner to the men of their congre congregation congregation congregatlon ¬
gation at the church on Jan 23 at S Soclock Goclock 6oclock
oclock oclockA
A number of friends gathered ga ered Friday Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon Fridayafternoon
afternoon at the home of o Mrs rs Flora FloraNellson FloraNeilson FloraNeilson
Neilson to celebrate the birthday of ofher other ofher
her mother Grandma Hart who was
93 years old During the afternoon afternoongrandma Mternoongrandma afternoongrandma
grandma sang a song The Invited Invitedguests invitedguests invitedguests
guests were Mesdames White Geddes GeddesSibley GeddesSibley GeddesSibley
Sibley McClure Sutherland Norman NormanSullivan NormanSullivan NormanSullivan
Sullivan Bates Thomas Young Bess BessGrange BessGrange BessGrnnge
Grange Birrell Satorias Sat Buchanan BuchananPowell BuchananPowell BuchananPowell
Powell George Robinson Pearson PearsonBaker PearsonBaker PearsonBaker
Baker and Stirling StirlingMrs StirlinglIrs Stirlingirs
Mrs irs G Hill was hostess at a farewell farewellparty farewellparty farewellparty
party given at Bingham Junction in inhonor inhonor Inhonor
honor of Miss Ollie Blarger who left leftyesterday leftyesterday leftyesterday
yesterday for California CaliforniaMARRIAGE Californiac CaliforniaMARRIAGE
S c p pMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSES1727Oohn LICENSES1727Tohn LICENSES1727John
1727Oohn ILemsley Piano Ida IdaBertha IdaBertha IdaBertha
Bertha Christensen Sugar City Ida Ida172S Ida172SHenry Ida1725Henry
172SHenry 172S Henry Arthur Labhardt Decatur DecaturFlorence DecaturIU
IU IUFlorencE p pFlorence
Florence Johnson Prove ProvQ1729Eugene Prove1729Eugene
1729Eugene 1723 Eugene P Grow Salt Lake LakeLillie LakeLfIUe LakeLillie
Lillie E Habish Salt Lake Lake1mrasper Lake1750Jasper
1mrasper 1720 Jasper N Barr Salt Lake LakeMary LakeMary LakeMazy
Mary A Lancaster West Jordan Jorimtt1731Nathan Jordan1731Nathan
1731Nathan 1731 Nathan R LIddle Salt Lake LakeLerona LakeLerona LakeLerona
Lerona A Caboon Murray
1732Walter 1732 Walter Clark Murray MurrayEffle MurrayEffie urray urrayEffie
Effie Romney Butlerville ButIernl1e1733Toseph Butlerville1733Joseph
1733Toseph 1733 Joseph Williams Pueblo Colo ColoMinnie ColoMinnie Cob CobMinnie
Minnie Lund Farznlnffton Farmlnlrton1734Arthur Farmlngton1724Arthur
1734Arthur 1724 Arthur K Herron Milwaukee WIs WIsMable WisMable WisMablo
Mable Landon Ogden OgdenLOS OgdenLOS Ogdenp
p p pLOS
LOS ANGELES EXCURSION EXCURSIONFeb
Feb 10 via Salt Lake Route 33 round roundtrip roundtrip roundtrip
trip good for thirty days Important Importantto
to make early application applicationMETEOROLOGICAL applicationMETEOROLOGICAL applicationMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdaya REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at atthe t the Local Of Office Office Offlce ¬
fice of the he Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaCimum BureauMadmum
Maximum temperature 39 degrees min minimum mInimum mm mmimum ¬
imum temperature 28 degrees mean meantemperature meantemperature meantemperature
temperature 34 degrees which is 8 de degrees degrees degreen ¬
grees above the normal normalAccumulated normalAccumulated normalAccumulated
Accumulated excess of temperature temperaturesince temperaturesInce
since the first of the month 5 degrees degreesEiccumulted degreesaccumulted degreesaccumulted
accumulted excess of temperature since sinceTan sinceJan sinceJan
Jan 1 5 degrees degreesTotal degreesTotal degreesTotal
Total precipitation from 6 p In to 6 6p 6p 6p
p m none accumulated deficiency of ofprecipitation ofprecipitation ofprecipitation
precipitation since the first of the month
29 Inch accumulated deficiency of pre precipitation precip1tatlon precipitation ¬
cipitation since Jan 1 1 29 inch inchREAL inchI inchREAL
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