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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916.
ALL ALLIED ARMIES
Entente Offensive on So Many
Fronts Indicates They Are
COLLAPSE 07 AUSTSIAKS
London, July 7-The results of the
staff conferences of the entente allies
in London in May and June are be
coming continually more apparent in
the co-ordination of the allied attacks
on the Teutonic forces and increasing
evidence of the initiative passing from
the Teutons to the allies at almost all
points. ' , w" .
As the French and British armies
now are engaged in reorganizing and
preparing for the second phase of the
battle of the Somme, there is a com
, parative lull on the western front,
and Russia again takes the center of
the stage. Today's news from Petro
grad is highly important in the light
of the future development of the
Collapse of Austrian Forces.
y The news that the Russians have
'captured 5,000 prisoners on the
Dneister front appears to leave little
doubt of the collapse of the Austrian
forces between Buczacz and Stan
islau, which will greatly affect the
army of General von Bothmer, com
pelling him to retire northward, while
the advance on Delatyn and the seiz
ure of the railway cuts off Von Both
mer from his chief base of supplies.
The prospect of Field Marshal von
Hindenburg being able to make an
effective diversion is believed here to
be dwindling, while the Germans are
desperately engaged in trying to meet
the Russian offensive at Haranovic'ii,
the Russian 'General Kaledines is de
veloping a strong attack on both sides
of the Kiev-Kovel railway. ;
. W ' Problem for Teutons.
:t The question arises among military
men here as to how Germany can
.come to the assistance of its Austrian
allies without further depleting its
forces on the western front, and it is
considered impossible for Austria to
,risk withdrawing more of its own
troops from the Italian front.
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Dr. BaU'a Pin.-T.r-Honejr taken a little
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Irritation. Only ISO. All drulllite. A4v.
Occidental Building & Loan Association
At Opening of Business, July 1. 1916
Real Estate Loans ... . $3,934,471.00
Stock Loans 23,383.00
Real Estate . . ...... r. . . ....... . . 17,129.83
Real Estate Sold on Contract 68,055.42
- Accrued Interest and Premium ......... 28,749.38 .
Loans in Foreclosure , . . . . . ... ....... 30,432.01
State and Municipal Securities'. ........ 75,900.47
Cash on Hand and in Banks . . . V. . . . . . . 504,143.43
, Capital Stock . . ... .$3,946,796.09
Dividends Credited . . .... ; . . ..... . . 500,267.89
Contingent Loss Fund ....... . '. . . . . . 172,805.77
Incomplete Loans .................. 59,244.47
Undivided Profits ....... ... . ...... . 3,150.32
r " ? $4,682,264.54
The Occidental Building & Loan Association has just recently located its
offices at Nos. 320-322 South Eighteenth Street, on the ground floor. The
more commodious and convenient quarters enables the Association to handle
its rapidly increasing business to better advantage. It extends a special invi
tation to all of its members with their friends to call and thoroughly familiar
ize themselves with the business methods of the Association. . r
: Increase in total assets for quarter ending June 30, 1916. .$282,5.00
Increase in assets for the year. 681,538.00
Dividends' credited for quarter year 81,388.00
Dividends credited for the past year . .......... 290,000.00 '
During the year it made 885 loans of which 426 were for building pur
poses. :'..".'.; , ....
The territory of the Association, not being 'limited to any particular town
or' locality, but going into all of the more thrifty and growing towns through
out the entire state, enables it to secure such, a rate of earnings that the As
sociation will be able to pay indefinitely the usual 6 per cent dividend, pay-;
able quarterly. ,. . . - E. N. BOVELL, Secretary.
JOHN F. FLACK, President , JOHN T. BROWNLEE, Asst Secy.
R. A. McEACHRON, Vice-President T. F. WILES, Attorney.
GEORGE C. FLACK, Treasurer. ROBERT DEMPSTER.
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A CLOTHING EVENT OF
,The Best Values and Greatest Variety of Spring and Summer Suits. '
-ever shown ln-Otnaha-
THIS SALE men's summer suits at ten and fifteen dollars is proof
of the saving possibilities of this great clothing store nd the
suits themselves have that appealing attractiveness that only the
best of tailoring can bring. Made of all pure wool, fast color .
worsteds, serges, cheviots, flannels, tweeds, silk and fancy mixtures,'
plaids, Checks, Brqken Plaids and Stripes
loose back, form-fitting, semi and full English
pinch-back and belted styles. Skeleton one
quarter, one-half and full-lined patch and set
in pockets; .1, 2 and 3-button models, peaked
lapels, straight and semi-peg trousers.
Hnntlrvds of These Soperb
Stjlei That Sold up te I1IU0
Mandate? . . . .
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Uuai That Sold ap te tSiM,
mid-summer suits for men
Tropical andKeep Cool Qolhes
Without aueatlon the beet and finest aelection. la town, of
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all the ityle, nt ana erree tmmj wnica oniy io wi
can Impart . '. . .- . 1 ' ;;
Shnntaag Balto .'...t. .815.00 te 825)0
Aeropore Cloth 87.50 aad 810.00
Tropic Twlut ...85.00 and 8 7.50
. .SIO. 812. 815.00
Palm Beach .85.00 aad 87. 50 j
Caehea-.. .85,00. 87.50 aad 810.00 !
HomupBBa . . . . . . . . 810.00 to 815.00 j
87.5Q. 8io. aia. to aia i
"Belted Back, Norfolk and Begalar Medef j
Mohair and SUk ""jJacketsi
Loom, cool, eaay-flttino, $2.50, tiM, B, TM j
Big, long Automobile Great Coaii dnat-proot,
Panama cloth and Irish linen I
$1.00 up to $5.00
Extra Trousers r j
Palm Beach', Crash, Linen, Serge, Khaki and
Outing Trouaers j ;
. S1.2S to 95.00
Special Values In Light Welaht Wool at
$3.50 and $5.00 C
ill Sailor Straw Hats, rough
and smooth braids, that sold
at 11.00 and 12.50
Saturday : ,
denulne Panama All styles
that sold to M OO.
Saturday, Your Choice
100 Wash Sulfa, left from last
season, Domestic and Imported
materials and fast ' colors In
Middy, Vestee .Balkan Blouse,
Russian and Oliver Twist styles.
That sold up to 13.50. Must be
sold Saturdny and tor quick
selling we offer your : RQ
choice, at w.,."''
- 8M to 8 yrs.
SALE B0I8' HAT8-811k,
Crash, Straw and Wash Hats
that sold up to 75c. ......35
Ball, Mitt, Mask and Bat free
with a suit purchase of $6.00 or
Soft, cool, aatln itrlped, Sot
- sett and Oxford cloth shirts,
French cuffs, an Ideal sum
mer shirt $1.50 Talue...954
; 11.60 and 12.00 Regulars, 4
s and athletic style underwear,
: knit and flat cotton fabrics,
all sixes 850
75c Athletle Plaid Nainsook
$2.00 and $3.50 Fancy Wool
Suiu ............... $2.25
. 75c cotton Bathing Suite 450
25c Men's Oartera .190
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