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35 Fine Evening Gowns Monday $14.95
On Sale at 8:30 A. ML
These comprise our entire stock of fine dresses for
evening wear. There are gowns with low necks and
trains, dancing frocks and debutante dresses. Each one
is an exclusive model from a successful designer; some
are soiled and mussed but a trip to the cleaners will
make them look like new.
This sale is in keeping with our policy of a thorough clearance
twice each year. Every garment in our ready-to-wear section is
marked at such reductions as will sell them.
MONDAY, 35 Fine Evening Gowns, offered formerly for $40.00 to
$100.00 at $14.95.
Thompson, Belden &
Co. Announce the
Initial Display of
For tho late summer 'and
autumn of 1914.
This new revival of an at
tractive stylo idea is most
with satins or serges.
It is a pleasure to show
these Basque Dresses, which
are offered for $30.00,
$35.00, $42.50, $48.50
July Sale White
(tO'lncti nc Linen Suiting, Mon
tiny, U5c n jurcl.
llfl-lnrh "fic Linen Hulling, Mon
day, -Ifio ft jrnnl.
15-lncli $1,(10 Momlu lilncn
Suiting, .Monday, ll)c a jurd.
4H-lncli 9i.n0 llrocuded Linen
Suiting, Monday, 91.00 it ynnl.
au-lnrh BOc Hlilrt Wnlst Linen,
Monday, 2.M! a yinil.
:t(l-lnch OfJii Blilrt Wnlst Linen,
Mnmlny, il'.lc n ynnl.
Sio-lnclj jjlMiS Linen Slutting,
Monday, $1.7n it yard.
81-Inch $2.00 Linen Sheeting,
Monday, S !.."() a yard.
Final Clearance of Cotton Dress Goods Remnants Monday
At the end of every season we go through tho stocks and find many short lengths. This
has beon a busy season, consequently many remnants have accumulated.
Hundreds of Remnants for Monday's Sale
Road each item below carefully so that you may fully realize the sweeping reductions.
uuig aim iU u ou u. m, ,
KNGMHII It AM US DltKSS MXHN Color dark wls
...VT;"' ' Hft,l' '?s yardn in remnant, for 81 1I
HlLIt HTIlWKIi PLOKAb VOIIJ5 widto ffround
n.ii. ...nnu i iowlt, (, yus. in remnant, for ftl in
UMHllOinKIIUI) FllKNCH CHKI'K Whito with pUlli
JiATINK CHKl'H lynrdu In lonuinnt, 12 Indie
wide, gl.B.1 quality, tvlhl roMO color, for. . .gi 20
KI;t'ItKI I'H.NCII VOILK r,U yard In drcsn pat.
CANTON CUKVK l)K CHINK 1 yardii In remnant,
Ml-Incli, dark cadet, very stylish for 30
SIliK CIIKP1C KI'ONfJIC !rt Milk, n yard In rem-
nant, shell fttnlc, 42 ineho wide, for 82.40
i:MimOII)KHKl) VOILK Wlilto wltli dainty hl.,u
flgiirot iiuallty, OW yards In remnant, SI. 98
embroidery, $1.23 quality, 4 yawls In remnant.
or jai iro
JACQI'AHI) NOVKLTV OKKl'H Hoho pink, very
beautiful, 7 yards, for ai s;o
I'HHXCH VOILK lllnck and whito pin string 7 ?-0
'ar',H tw 81.20
Special Sorosis Sale of Pumps and Oxfords
The manufacturers o f
Sorosis Shoes co-operated
with us in presenting this
wonderful sale. No woman
who is interested in oxcol
lent footwear will fail to
take advantage of the strik-
1 ing reductions offored hero
HHUUUUW UUU Mil' 1UBI VI IUU WGUK.
Wo lmvo divided many of our styles, of which wo are brokeu In sIecs
and widths, Into three, lot.s:
Women's ftt t.00 to $0.00 value, Bale Irlw . ,$2.0fl, $!l.n and $4.7fl
Bovcral style Unit nre not Sorosis, in patent, kid and dull leather;
Colonial and . regular piuiipai $3.00 and $3.50 values, whllo they
lnat, at , $2.si5
"Dix Make" Uniforms for
Nurses and Maids
We have recently installed
a good showing of tho cele
brated "Dix Make" Nurses'
and Maids' dresses in our
basement Ready - to - Wear
July Sale Bath Towels
8Bc Fancy Turkish Towels,
7flc Fancy Turkish TowoIb,
BOc Extra Heavy Turkish Tow
els, i!0c each.
tSc ISxtra Heavy Turkish Tow
els, 25c each.
Brown Dress Linen, war
ranted all linen, 72 inches wide,
at 15c a yard.
PERCALES and MADRAS,
good quality in light or dark
colors, full yard wide, 15o val
ues, at 10c a yard.
SEAMLESS SHEETS, full
8Jze, extra heavy quality,
bleached (six to a customer),
at 68c enoh.
PILLOW OASES, 42x36 and
45x36, full bleached, good qual
ity well made, 3-inch hem, at
A FASHION EXPERT REPRESENTING McOALL
PATTERNS AND PUBLICATIONS
Will bo at our Pattern Department all day on July 27th
and 28th, to expinin to the ladies of Omaha the unequalled
merit of these celebrated Patterns and Publications.
Come and leam about the FORTHCOMING FASHIONS.
Do not fail to visit our store on that date.
FREE McCALL DOLL PATTERN FREE
Every littlo girl who calls at our Pattern Counter July
27th and 28th, will receive a dainty McOall Doll Pattern
free. All are welcome; each pattern is for a complete doll
Men's Silk and Silk
Coat Shirts', values to
Monday, $1.79 each.
HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH STREETS
Women's 50c Black Lisle
Hose, Monday, 35c pair, 3
pairs for $1.00.
OFF, WAR IS SURE,
(Continued fro.nj Pape Qne.)
to go to nny extremci lather thnn toler
ate the dqwnfatl of Horvla.
d'nfftUrci, who refiuwUd tho AUKtro
Hungarian foreign ofdeo for. a prolonRa
tlon ot the time limit for tho Her vain
teply to th Auitrlsh note, was Informed
that It could not bo granted.
U)NDON, July S5.-A special dlipatch
from Vienna saya tho Ilusitan rhargu
Hvtl to flervlu.
LONDON, July SS.-t'ervla'a reply to
Auitrla will be a partial ucccptanco ot
It demandf, according to advlcei reach
ing off (eiftl circle In Lqndon .today. Ber
Ma will grant the dernanai ,n.' rafetenuo
to tho punlihment o? tlip' ebneerned In
the, aaailnatloi) at ?rttyyvo of the heir
apparent to the Austrian throne, and will
content to "dd oVciTthltiB" In connection
-Kith that matter thut a civilized atate
ca.t do without permuting an Infringe
ment ot Ha .novurttcnty. An to the other
BAENE8 SAYS COLONEL IB HEAL
WILLIAM DAnNES, J.
ALHANV, July J&.-"The queatlon'
which the enrolled ropublleona of New
York muat determine on tho SSth day of
reptemner," enye wllllnm Dnrnee, jr.,
wr Bfr Jl t)eprlnir Mffet
LONDON. July 55. The Auitro-Servlan
Imbroglio today occupied the attention
of every chancellory1 In Ettrope. vrhor
the situation wua rccpgnlrfd aa fraught
with poMlbllltle of a general bonflleb
The condition of the Stock exchange Kavt
a atronp Indication of the foara lelt by
Jbe general public, and; atuck sf all
kinds auffered a collapse.'
Tho hope w4 widely expreaeed that
demand of'AuiiHs. ecr-ltt contondi that ! chairman of the republican itate commit-
It le unablo to. Sply to tnem on such ; wlietlier they ro to aelect the
ahort notice. a It laa not had autflclont "iPuoiican candldutee for the varlouB
time to conldr them.. office of whether they ar.e to permit Mr.
nnaaln llen.nu.la Hlu.,. ' I JJ00""?1, t0 f,1 l,,t,n- That th
8T. PKTlilittnonau, juiy a.-Many o.f lh0 r'' ,M-
th newnlMt of the nuaan. capital
today demand, the Immedlato moblllxntlon
rt the Hussian army on tho Austrian
frontier The Uourne Oacetto declnrca
that IlUMla 'Vannpt for a moment toler
at any attack on flervla or on Servian
The KuMlan goA'ernment clearly rcc
ognlxei that the Austrian ultimatum I
particularly directed agalnit It and Hue
l 1 replying not only by word, but
ubjeoted to n unlawful attack and wilt
not remain alone. The disturber of the
peaoa have not to deal with tfervla only,
but alto with nuMljL Unlet the Auttrlan
ultimatum la1 withdrawn TtUU wlll not
remain a silent epectator of violehce."
Atfttflitr. of Inlted Stntr.
WABHINO.TO.f. Julr..H.n apcoidonco
with a pollay, or Absolute nemralltt'
should the' Austro'Hervlan Triel develop
Into war. Any. attempt, by anj lntereted
power to. purohaee American wa,mhlpn
would bo "ptrtiptl tuVrfed down by the,
United IUtti, in the ipliUon ot official
here todayv It was .pointed, out that the
recent sale" "of the battleahlp Mlsllpp
and Idaho to Oreece could in no manner
serve as a precedent for further aule ot
chip to any European government
A Pretldent Wilson might lue a procla-
matlon of neutrality which would clearly
ahow what commerce would be permitted
between thla country and the countrle
In the conflldt.
armed'confllot between the nation would
be avoided, and the Russian view ot the
coercion exerclaed 6n a Rlav nation wo
watchel oloiely, a It was felt that on
the decision of Bt Petersburg ho to
whether Ituiita would actively aupport
Servla In reiletlng Austria' demand de
pended the final outcome ot the contro
versy. Many rumor were current, aome at-
tcrtlng that Auatrla had given Sen'la
further jline In which to reply to her per
emptory note, others that she had 're
fused to, do to, ond atlll others that
.Sorvia maintained an attitude ot de
flanoe and wa preparing for the wtrt
Statesmen In h)1 countries meantime
wero making endeavors to bring about n
peaceable settlement, and all sought to
rcltraln movements of panic,
On the London Stock exehange demoral
ization set In at the opening of butlnea
thl morning owing to a rumor that Rus
sia had begun to mobilise Its great army
In preparation for eventualities. Dealers
offered everything and Drltlih consols
fell lit point to 71;. Rio tlntos lost S
point. Ruislan bonds IVt. Austrian and
Hungarian bonds S points, while the
leading American etocka wero quoted at
from 1 to 3 points below purity. Canadian
Pacific, however, howd tho most loss.
A fractional hardening occurred before
noon, but the market remained nervous
The Servian government had not until
this morning given any hint us to what
Its reply to Austria's note would be, but in
quarters which arc not official no hope
Is held out that the answer will be favor
able. Should this tum out to be the fact,
unless Russia should be auecesttul In Its
kefforts to have the time extended In
favor of Bervla, Auitrla will, It Is pointed
out. beforo many hours pass, take
steps to enforce Its demand. It Is argued
In authoritative quarters that Austria
Hungary, It left alone, could crush its
diminutive neighbor In short order, but
It Is feared that Russia may find Itseir
unablo to stand Idly by nnd ee n Slav
nation practically extlngllshed.
Kronen Rvntrs Tnk flhitrp Drop.
PARIS, July SS. As an Indication of the
gravity with which the Auetro-Servlan
situation I regarded hero, French 3 per
cent rente fell to 7H at the opening of
tho bourse at noon today. This was u
point and & half below yesterday's clos
French financiers teom to have aban
doned their usual week-end holiday and
tho iQuare . fronting ot the stock ex
change was packed with automobiles.
Tho French cabinet, in tho absence of
r-remler Rene Vlvlanl, who Is in com
pany with President Polneare on a visit
to various Buropean courts, hna not yet
met to consider the situation.
According to semi-official Information
reculvod here, Austria today showed an
Inclination to adapt a mqre moderate at
tltudo towards Bcrvla,
Hervtn Asks More Time.
IIELQllADR, July 25,-tSorvln. accord
ing to sources usually In close touch with
the forolgn oftlco In Relgrade, has re
quested Austria for an extension ot time
In which to reply to tho noto asking for
a delay until the Servian Parliament,
which has been summoned to an extraor
dinary, session, shall have been con
bulted. It Is also stated In authorita
tive circles that Servla Is ready to grant
the Austrian demands as far as possible,
without damage to Its national prestige.
Tho election ot members ot the Ser
vian Parliament has been postponed
and tho membors of the old Parliament
have been ordored to meet In special so. I
slon tomorrow to dlecue the situation'
between Auitrla and Servla. j
The government newpaper, Bamou-j
pravn, publishes the following, which s
generally accepted as Indicating the tone
of trvlaa reply to Austria;
"Servla desires tlncere and correct
neighborly relation with the Dual
monarchy. Convinced of the ntoesslty
of maintaining such relatione, the Ser
vian government will readily comply
with all the demands of. Austrla-
lluugury, which will serve to suppress
all criminal acts, manifestations and dis
orders In neighboring countries.
"Ilccause the Servian government con
siders it Is thereby fulfilling the obvious
duty ot a civilised state, the govern
ment will In all sincerity do everything
poislblo to prove Its Intent for friendly
relations with the Dual monarchy."
Huaata Comes to Aid of Hervla.
VIENNA, July 25.-A dispatch from
Belgrade to tho Neue Prole Press
Servla has decided to accept the Aus.
trlan demands under protest.
An extension of time of forty-eight
hours, in which Hen' I a may reply to Aus
tria's note, wa requested today by the
Russian charge d'affaires. There was a
marked improvement on the bourse here
on a report that Servla had yielded.
The general public hern looks forward
to Bervta'a decision in connection with
the Austrian note with the greatest com
posure, although the people know It to
be a Question ot peace or war, A num
ber of patriotic demonstrations have
been held, but there Is no lgn ot ner
vousness. No surprise was caused here by the
communication published in the official
Journal Of the Russian government staU
Ing that the lit Petersburg government
was seriously preoccupied by the ulti
matum addressed to tiervta by Austria
Hungary and that Russia could not re
main Indifferent to tho dispute. It was
Inferred from this communication that
tho localisation of a possible war would
bo prevented by Russia.
Boone County Clerk
Resigns, Unable to
Report All His Fees
ALHION, Neb., July 23.-(Spoclat Tele-gram.)-H.
K. Walters, county clerk of
Roono county, has resigned and Victor
Van Camp, an old resident, has boen ap
pointed to fill the vacancy.
It Is reported that tho reslsrnatlon of II.
i.i fw . . . asrvices was a sourco of
IJ. Walters as countv elork nn a- - u.
i.i. hi. !., 7 . .. ana grauucaiion to Hal county
b his inability to account for fees' democrats. The state delegation was
t"m ,h 1 , h b0UiinK company chairman. Tho committee select-
Hall County Demos
Jar Over Unit Rule
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., July X.-(Spe-clol
Telegram.) The democrats of Hall
OOUnty met In oonvnntlnn InH.v ,m.
about one hundred pretfent and endorsed.
mo auministratlon of President Wilson,
commended the record of Secretary
Bryan, felicitated Senator Hitchcock)
and Congressmen Stephens, Lobeck and.
Magutre for carrying out platform
Pledges and endorsed tho state adminis
tration of Governor Morehead. Twenty
two delegates wero selected for the stata
convention headed by W. H. Thompson,
wnoso party services was a sourco of
will bo reimbursed for nny amount It may
settle ror. Certain Investments of slow
salo are given us the reasons leading to
BEATRICE, Neb.. July 25.-(8peclal Tel
egramsThe democrats In county con
vention here today endorsed tho course,
of Senator Hitchcock, tho state and na-
tlonal tickets and th nfr&it-x r
Chairman Thompson of Grand Island.
The candidacy ot Walter , Rhodes ot
Hebron for congressman from tho Fourth
district and J. W. McKlsslck of Ueatrlce
for public lands and buildings was also
vndorsed. F. O. McGlrr was chairman
and Ernest Kretslneer aertarv nr th
The delegates to the state oonvenUon
1. P. Mtimfnr.l T." r, mnni. t- .
" .... . ... , w. u i-v. II.. J.. iU,
Marvin. J. R. McCann, K. O. KreUlnger,
A. Hasten. J. It. Wilson. Louts Werner
ueorge Kretser. J, Neuroan, IC Lacy.
Samuel Lydolph, J. A. Klein, J. a.
Rutherford. Fred Sonderegger, F. a Her
mon, A. It. Patton, C. M. Cruncleton.
Dan Delehunt. W. Robertsonv W. A
y0!0"?.".' J' c- Ooohrlng. A. P. Mentgen.
J. L. Wilson, J. J. Clancy,
DIES AT GARDEN, MICH.
SHBNANDOAJI, la,, July !8.-8peclal.)
S Palm, u well-to-do retired farmer,
who resides In Shenandoah, died sud.
dendly yesterday at the home of his
oaughUr, Mrs. C, W. Comfort. In Garden.
Mich. Death was caused by apoplexy
Mr. and Mr. Palm and son, Joseph, of
St. Paul, had gone from Shenandoah to
Michigan In their automobile to enjoy
a vacation trip and family reunion. Mr
Palm died the day after h!s arrival In
Mrm. Ctnila Farno,
STELLA, Neb., July S.-(Speeial.)
Mrs. Clnla Farno, 95 years old, died
Thursday evening at the home ot her
son. C. K. Farno, In the county where
she had gone to visit en Wednesday.
Two sons and three' daughters survive.
The funeral will be held at the C. E.
Farno home Sunday and burial will be
beside her husband In the cemetery at
i Pawnee City.
Got anything you'd Ilk to swap? Us
the "Swappers" Colu- -
llltr tho Stato delegation rnr.nmmnnHlnv
through J. C. Gerspaeher, that no proxies
be allowed and that tho delegation be in
structed to vote as,a unit.
Delegates J. L. ' Clcary and Mayor
Ryan opposed the latter vigorously nnd
seemed to have tho sympathy of the con
vention. The woman's suffrage question was
cited as possibly coming before the con
vention. Attorney Cleary said It would
bo misrepresentlnir the party of this
county to say It was not divided on that
Mayor Ryan pointed to Baltimore for
the danger ot Instructions and, possibly,
having to bolt them. Proxies were or
dered not allowed, but thA onnv.nllnn
named six; other delegates be chosen as
alternates or proxies as they might bo
HITCHCOCK COOKS HIS GOOSE
Chances for Anything at Hands of
Administration Arc Poor.
BIO JOBS GOING GLIMMERING
Drepnenferi Resentment Shnirn In
Letters if President Orrr the
Withdrawal of Jones'
(From n Staff Correspondent.!
WASHINGTON, July SG.-(Spcclal Telegrams-President
of the namo of Thomas D, Jones ot Chi
cago as n member of the federal reservo
board has averted a spilt In. the ranks of
tho democracy, according to a number of
the president's partisans In the upper
braneh of congress, While the fight on
Jones Is deprecated by the leaders In
both branches, they recognise that Hitch
cock nnd Reed lmvo performed a service
to the party, although the president
shows in his letter to Mr. Jones a deep
seated resentment whloh, It Is anticipated,
will not wear away during the remainder
of this democratic administration.
Senators Hitchcock and Reed have made
the president suffer, his self respect has
been wrenched nnd they must tako tho
consequences. The way those close to
the Whlto House talk today, Senator
Hitchcock will wait a long time before
nny of hie rolns for the big Jobs In
Nebraska are acted upon favorably by
the executive) department.
With Jones gone and Warburg likely
to follow, the name of Goorge El Roberts,
director of the mint, has been revived as
one of tho two remaining' places on the
Mr. Roberts wa suggested early In
tho campaign as a likely appointment,
but the months wore on and every time
ho was suggested It was found to bear
the etamp "democrat" until It finally was
agreed that the president expected to
mako tho board partisan Instead ot bi
But the withdrawal of Mr. Jones's'
namo has revived the suggestion that a
republican should be appointed and this
Is accountable for tho suggestion ot Mr.
Roberts of Iowa, as well as that of Beth
Low of Now York.
Vote for Thompson
FA1RBURY, Neb., July 25.-(Bpecla4
Tolegram.) The Jefferson county demo
cratic convention was hold here this aft
tcrnoon. J. L. Kennedy was made per
menant chairman and Charles Starr of
DIHer, permanent secretary. The resolu
tions adopted endorsed the Wilson ad
ministration, the sand ot Senator Hltoh
cock and the Nebraska democratto con
gressmen, as well as the business-like
administration of Governor Morehoad,
also W. II. Thompson ot Grand Island,
for chairman of the state centra) com
mittee. The stato delegates were in
structed to cast their vote as a unit
for Mr, Thompson.
Sixteen delegates were selected to at
tend tho stato convention at Columbus.
A resolution endorsing woman suffer
age was made by former Adjutant Gen
era! John C. Hartlgan, but was turned
down by the oonvontlon. Ono hundred
and twenty-five delegates were In attendance.
Everybody reads Boo Want Ads.
B YHIS HOME COUNTY
FREMONT, Neb., July 25.-(Spcclal Tel
egram.) Tht Dodgo county republican
convention met at the district court room
this afternoon. T. L. Mathews was
chairman and' Harry Uauser secretary.
O. 6. Stillman, candidate for congress
from the Third district, made an enthu
Ross Hammond made a short, strong
talk, which waa well received. Resolu
tions were adopted arraigning the demo
cratic party for present conditions and
demanding a high protective tariff tor
tho protection of tho farmers and manu
facturers nnd recommending Ross L.
Hammond as tho choice ot Dodge county
for governor. The following wero elected!
B. B. Day, William B. Marshall, Otto
Petorson. L. D. Richards, Dr. L. B. Mo
Claren, Frank Meyers. N. B. MoWhorter,
LA. J. Hasson. Jones LtnqUes, J. W.
Ventz, Nat Johnson. C. B. Noyes, M. D.
Holbrook. Charles Rogers, James Beaver,
J. M. Utlater, N. M. Landes, Edward
Uehllng, Joseph Roberts.
REPUBLICANS OF KIMBALL
FOR PEACE IN THE PARTY
KIMBALL. Neb.. July S6.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) The republican convention of
Kimball county was held at Kimball to
day with good attendance. Resolutions
wero adopted endorsing George Norrls,
M. P. Klnkald and other republican con
gressmen from Nebraska. State Bena
tor B. IC. Bushee waa also strongly en
dorsed. Resolutions favored reunion ot the
party. Attorney J. A. Rodman and C. A.
Forellng were elected delegates to the
stato convention. V. B. Carglll was
elected county chairman and R. D. Wil
BOOSTERS REACH NORFOLK
Meridian Eoad Party Has Ovation
All Along the Route.
GOVERNOR LEAVES AT PIERRE
Reception at Madison Most Enthusi
astic and Intcrehnnffc of Speeches
S ho its Greiit Cordiality nml
Favor for the Project.
NORFOLK, Neb., July 23.-(9peclal Tel
egram.) Governor Morehead nnd party
were compelled to cut short the trip
to the South Dakota line at Pierce th s
afternoon. The Meridian road boosters
being unable to keep up with the schnl
ule caused principally by tho largn
crowds, whloh greeted them In every
town along the route.
Leaving Columbus this mornlnp k
hearty reception was given the party at
Platte Center and another at Humphrey
The largest crowd of thn trip kept the
party for a long time at Madison, tui
that the party was over an hour and i
half late at Norfolk. At Pierce the
governor bid farewell to Colonel Wester
gard and his Meridian road boosters ami
took the road baok toward Lincoln via
Reception at Madlaon.
MADISON, Neb., July 26, (Bpeclal Tel
egram.) Tho Meridian road delegation
with Governor Morehead officially In
charge, represented by A. L. Westergard.
vice president of National Highway as
soclatlonj D. Bi Culp, vice president of
Meridian Road association; Frank Hen
eel, secretary, and State President
Mickey, stopped hero at noon. The dele
gation was met at Humphrey by fifty
automobiles and escorted to Madison.
Addresses were made by Governor More
head, Mesrra. Culp and Mickey. ISn route
to Madison, an automobile belonging to
the Ecolls garage ot Humphrey, carry
ing several of the Humphrey band, was
ditched and badly wrecked west of Madl
aon. No ono was badly hurt.
Insist on Economy
ALBION, Neb., July Si (Bpeclal Tele
firam.) The Boone county republican
county convention was held hero today
with every precinct In the county repre
sented. The following delegates wero
elected to the stato convention:
H. B. Millie, diver Wilson. Stanley
Maley, J. F. Porter, E. L, Sargent, James
Ashbrook, J. C. Mann, T. F. Martin, John
Wetland, Andrew QWatsberg. O. T.
Schneider, Michael Kavey, W. Y. Durand,
George W. Williams.
Strong resolutions were passed endors
ing tho prlnolplea ot the republican party,
a protective tariff that will equalize tho
difference between the cost of produc
tion at home and abroad, Insisting on a
state and national administration of
economy. 'William H. Rllan was en
dorsed for senator of tho Ninth senatorial
German Society enjoys
flag day celebration
BEATRICE, Neb., July 25. (Special Tel
e gram.) Flag day was observed In thlii
city today by tho Deutscher Krleger Und
Landwehr ,reln, an organization of Ger
man soldiers and members of the society
from Clatonla. Dewltt, Lincoln and
Omaha members wero In attendance. A
program was given on the Central school
campus In the morning, speeches belrur
made by President Ernest ICoenlg ot
Omaha and Comrades Easier and Ru
dolph Block of Lincoln. There was a big
parade at noon to the German hsll in
(West Beatrice, where dinner wxs served.
The affair closed tonight with a grand
Rsvln Needdd Near Enstls.
BUSTia, Neb., July 2S.-Speclal Tele
gram.) Euseti today experienced the
hottest day of the season, the thermom
eter registering 110 degrees In the shade.
Corn needs rain badly.
' A WON TO THE PIBLIC
Tou have been discouraged over
your tfsntal work and no doubt a
reason to be. You have gone to the
beautiful offices and have seen the
operators in sanitary garbs and us
ing sanitary instruments they have
Installed for your half-tooth, bridge.
Work and yon have suffered from the
unsanitary spaces under the teeth.
Go to Dr. Todd and see for yourself
the sanitary dental work and ret
the full-tooth brldsre work for com
fort and heal tit.
.DR. G. W. TODD,
403 Brnndcla Dldg.
THIRD FLOOR PAXTON BLK.
I Corner 16th and Farnam Streete.
Telephone Douglas 1085.
Dr. Wilcox. Dr. Douglas.
Dr. M. Mach.
This ii the Largest and Best Equip-
Dftd Dental nffle in rtmahn Rnvttn
chairs, white enamel, sanitary equip
ment. Employing in all 10 people.
The foundation ot this large prac
tice la High Grade Dentistry at Reason
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