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TO GRAB OFFICES
Republican Nominee for Presi
dency Details Removal of
Clapp to Make Room
for "Battery Dan."
SOME WILSON POLITICS
Trusted Government Employe
Kicked Out and Politician
THAT NEW YORK DEAL!
Helena, Mont.. Auk. I J. diaries
I". Hughes, cmitinuiiiK his attacks on
the administration for its appoint
iiHiits.loilav charged Secretary Mc
Adoo "upon reliable information"
with having replaced Henry N. Clapp,
formerly conliilciitial secretary to
John i. C arli.-le, with Daniel K. Finn,
son of "Battery Han" Finn, a Tam
many leader, as assistant appraiser
of merchandise at Xtw York.
"The circumstances. I am reliably
informed," Mr. Hughes said, "were
these: .Mr. Clapp was assistant ap
praiser of merchandise at the port of
New York, a position requiring expert-
knowledge in order to secure
efficiency. Hi resignation was de
manded by the secretary of the treas
ury and in his place was appointed
Daniel E. Finn, who is a Tammany
district leader and son of "Cattery
Dan" Finn, of much political noto
riety. In Service Quarter Century,
"Mr. Clapp had served twenty-five
years , in the Treasury department
service. He rose by merit from a
clerkship in the treasury at Washing
ton, which was obtained through
competitive examination, to the posi
tion of assistant appraiser of mer
chandise in New York. He had been
special agent of the treasury, confi
dential secretary to John G. Carlisle
while secretary of the treasury and
held other important positions in the
service through promotion by merit.
"He was the expert in the apprais
er's department at the port of New
York and had been the right hand
man of five different appraisers and
the acting appraiser in tHeir absence.
Some-mtHtths after he was put, out of
the service, and through fear of crit
icism, orr-tlie part of the department,
he was made an examiner in the cus
to service, a uch lower position than
that held before and at a much lower
Administration is Sectional.
Mr. Hughes assailed the admini
stration as a "sectional administra
tion" and read a list of the house and
senate committees who had southern
men as chairmen.
"I have no criticism to make, he
said, "of the honor, the respectability
or the agreeable character of any of
these f.ien, but I say that an admini
stration under which so many of the
chairmen of the house of represen
tatives arc represented in that man
ner is a sectional administration. It
is not an American administration in
a broad and proper sense.
"I want to see the south be built
up. It can be built up. It never will
be built up, however, without repub
lican policies being applied. I think
many of the southern men are begin
ning to realize that. You can no
more build up this country hy his
toric doctrine than you could fly
through the air with the old flying
machines they experimented with
thirty years ago."
The situation in the senate, Mr.
Hughes said, was much similar to
that in the house, especially with re-
'ontimtrtl on I'ane Two, Column Two.)
Negro Shot by White Man
At Boone Dies of Wound
ISbonc, la., Aug. 12. William
Ruse, a negro, who was shot last
night by Harold Davenport, white,
died today. Davenport claims Ku-e
was attempting to induce his wife
to enter Ktisc's house. Davenport
i, in jail, charged with murder.
DeutschU Said to RUSSIANS MING 1
ON TOWARDS THE
GATES OF HAUCZ
I Have Been Sunk by
British Ship of War
Pensacola, Fla., Aug. 12.
' Captain Lique, in command of
' a French vessel that put into
' port here tonight, asserted
that the German submarine,
Deutchland, was sunk by a
British man-of-war the morn
ing of August 8. He refused
to give the location, or discuss
City That Is Now Objective of j
General Letschitzlty Looked j
Upon as Lcmberg and
DEFEAT TEUTONIC FORCES
Austro-Gcnuan Army Driven
Back in Disorder, Unable I
to Reform Lines. J
' WEDGE BEING PUSHED IN I
For N'cbrHHk'n Fair.
t'oniinirnthp I.cnl Record.
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AGAINST TREATY !
Lower House Favors Sale of;
Islands and New Election i
May Be Ordered. j
OPPOSITION IS POLITICAL!
Copenhagen, Auk. 1 . Via Lon
don.) The Danish Lands thing, or
senate, on motion of its president to
day, decided to resolve itself into
committee to consider the hill for rati
fication of the cession of the Danish
West Indies to the United States.
There are apparently the best
grounds for the prediction that the
Folkcsthing. which today resumed its
deliberations on lite bill, will approve
the sale. The Laudsthing, however,
seems to have a sale majority against
the proceedings. The result, accord
ing to the best opinion here, will be
that the Kigsdag will he dissolved and
a general election held under the
new constitution, which, whilci ts go
ing into effect was to have been post
poned until after the war, wiH in the
event of need he put into force im
mediately. The radicals and social
ists, who are in the majority in the
lower bouse, favor confirmation. In
the J.andstbing, however, the con
servative and left opposition appears
certain to prevail.
Much of the opposition to confirma
tion of the sale is not based on eco
nomic or broader grounds, but is
purely political. It is due mainly to
a feeling of resentment at the atti
tude of the government which the ob
jectors accuse of conducting nego
tiations with the United States in
secrecy, and of denying that such ne
gotiations were underway until the
very moment the announcement was
made that a bargain had been struck.
J. C. Christiansen,' former prime
minister, and now leader of the left
in the Folkesthing, has declared bis
belief that the existing Kigsdag is not
competent to decide the West Indies'
question. In the event of new elec
tions, however, he would support con
firmation. The former premier was a
member of the government of 1902,
which laid the proposal to sell the
islands before the Kigsdag. Then, as
now, the upper house opposed the
government proposal and featcd con
firmation. The new constitution confers the
suffrage upon women and domestic
servants and also reduces the age of
eligibility from 30 to 29 for the tirst
general election. The total number
of voters will therefore be more than
doubled. IJencc nobody is brave
enough to attempt to forecast the
probable complexion of the new Rigs
dag if one has to be chisen.
Woman's Party Lays
Plans for Campaign;
To Be s Spectacular
Colorado Springs, Colo., Aug. 12.
A plan to center activities in the
twelve suffrage states and address ap
peals to the 4,000,000 women voU-rs
of those states for support of the
cause of national equal suffrage was
adopted today at the closing confer
ence of the national woman's party.
Party workers, assigned to the va
rious states, were instructed to oppo. -the
re-election of all democratic nomi
nees, although in keeping with the
election policy adopted yesterday, act
ive support will not be officially given
the nominees of other parties.
Reports from party managers stated
that organization work was well ad
vanced. In Arizona and Wyoming
it had been completed down to coun
ties and precincts, it was announced,
and moat of Colorado was organized.
Instructions to complete this work in
oilier states by September 15 wore
given the parly organizers when the
speaking campaign will be;;in. The
closing part of the campaign, officers
announced, would he "spectacular.''
A rearrangement of party organiza
ers and speakers in the different
states was announced as follows:
fallfornl.i Mi-. 1'orls Sipvpim. Mrv. riant
Pmil Wolfe. Mi- S..r;i If;mt Fl. M. Mr. Hii
Wv.milnt .Mis Mnrpry Rnsp,
,!.', ho Miss Alli'Tta ('. Mu-li'', Mlhs .Tarn-
' "n'-'v!i'Li M:.-" AUr M.'iikl-. Miss M.tbl
'.V.'oii'tr.ri:. Mt-s Miir(,;irpt Wittnmri', Mi--
Arlif'ii:t -Mtk. K. St. "Uur Thmjif."ii.
Petrograd (Via London), Aug. 12.,
The whole region of the main i
enemy winter positions before Tar-'
nopol and Buczacz has fallen into the
posression of the Russians, according
to the official statement from general
headquarters issued today.
iViroiuud, Aug. 1.'. (Via I.nncloiO
Iwillinvin the capture of tile im-
porlant railway jiimliun of Stanislatt. j
Calicia, (ieiu-ral l. ischitzky is press-j
inn with unalutod vijriir the tnuvcuiciil I
In turn tlic riKht Hank oi the army of
licncral vim lM.lhnur. Ilalic, 'six
teen miles nurlh of Slanislau, appears
likely to fall before the Russians in
the near fulure. The Austrians are
falliiiR hack on this point, pursued
closely hy Tussian cavalry, which is
Riving the Teutonic iorces no time
to reform their disordered ranks and
prepare to make a serious stand.
li.ilicz always lias been regarded
as the key to Leniberg. Once the
Kussians arc in possession that town
they will have before them no natural
obstacles, and will have plenty of
guild roads to i.etnherg. (he capture
of Monastcrzyska. ten miles north of
the Dniester, by General Scherbateh
"ii. who threw his troops across the
.Iota Lipa to co-operate with the
iorrcs of (icneral l.etschitzky on the
right bank of the Dniester south uf
Marianipol, broadens the line of at
laek upon llalicz. The wedge is be
ing driven relentlessly back of Gen
eral Yon Ilothmer's Tarnapol posi
tion and promises to put this Austrian
force in a sack from which it will find
it difficult to extricate itself.
South of llrody General Sakharoft
is operating in a less spectacular way,
but with success. He is gradually
turning Count von Dothmcr's left
flank and threatens interruption of
railway communications with Lem
licrg along the Tarnapol-Lembtrg
fierce battles are progressing along
the Stokhod with varying success.
The counter-offensive attempted by
the Germans north of the Kovcl-Sar-ny
railway appears to have been
slopped by the Russians, who in turn
have assumed the ffensive in the
vicinity ot Lubi. lu , forty miles
south of I'insk.
Attack on Britons Fails.
London, Aug. 12. A strong in
fantry attack was delivered last night
by the Germans on the Somme front
north oi 1'oziercs. According to an
announcement from the war office
today thi; attack was repulsed with
heavy losses to the Germans.
The announcement follows:
"The enemy renewed his elTorts to
recapture trendies we lately wrested
from him on the high ground north Vermont troons were ordered
of Pozicres by delivering strong I move and all departmental command-
lillatilry attack yesterday evening
supported by heavy artillery fire. This
WILSON WILL ACT
IF EFFORTS FAIL
: President Will Urge Personal
j Conference With Railroad
! Managers and tho
'MAY GO TO NEW YORK
Prospects Looking to a Settle
! mcnt of Difficulties Said
to Be Favorable.
UNORGANIZED MEN ACT
conferences will b
dent Wilson with
the railioatls and
all other efforts
: s'Uf;ht by Fresi
rcpi esentat ives of
their employes if
fail to avert the
of the four great
Great Britain Arranges for New
Quarter Billion Loan in the U. S.
New York. Aur. 12. Expectation
was expressed in financial circles to
day that within a fortnight otiicial
announccnK'iit would he made that
negotiations had heen coniph-ted for
a new loan, reported to be $25(),i(iO,-
000. to Great Britain. This I
to a summary published here today,
with interest at 5 per cent, ;Jid the
notes to mature in two years and to
he offered at would he oMiRations
of the American Foreign Securities
company, which advanced ?H)0.OOO.OU0
to Fiance recently, or of a new cor-
vvould run for two years, according ! poratiou with which the same inter
ests would be lucntiherl.
Securities for this loan, it is re
ported, would include deposits of
about SJOII.OOO.Ootj of Canadian, Ar
gentine and Swiss govcrnmen. bonds
and stocks and bonds of American
railroad and industrial corporations
and principal and interest would be
Twenty-Five Thousand Mcn!m ti,c case of the v reneh loan, the
MORE STATE TROOPS
from Ohio, Kentucky and
Vermont Go South.
START SOON AS READY
proposed one to Great Britain would
he distributed among banks and t lie
'public by debenture note-..
The main nurnosc for such a loan
is said to be to provide funds for
payment for munitions purchased in
the Tinted States.
Washington. Aug. 12. Twenty-five
thousand more stale troops were l 'j-"
day ordered to the border by the War j T A I Tn WT AT T TJV
department. All Kentucky. Ohio and ! jUAUIji 1 UULLlj I
attack was riM)uIsed with heavy loss
and nowhere did he succeed in pierc
ing our j ositions.
French Repulse Assault.
Paris, '"Aug. 12. A vigorous attack
north of Hem wood, on the Somme
front, was undertaken last night by
the Germans. The war office state
ment of today says the assault was
The Germans sustained appreciable
losses in their attack
South of the Somme, after a violent
bombardment, the Germans attacked
l.a Maisonette, but the French curtain
of fire prevented the assaulting waves
of infantry from debouching.
During the night the French ob
tained their new positions north of
the river. Keconnoiteriiig parties en
tered the wood east of Hem station,
where numerous bodies of Germans
On the Verdun front two German
attacks in the vicinity of I.leury were
repulsed. The artillery was active in
the region ot Vaux, Chapitre and Ghe-nois.
ers were mstructen to send troops as
soon as equipped. '
The following announcement was I
CARS IN COLUSION
railroad union brotherhoods. lie is
seriously considering making ft trip
(lNi w York for the purpose.
I The president talked over the long
distance telephone today with mem
bers of the Federal Hoard of Media
tion and Goneiliation in New York
'and told them if they were unable
to bring about an agreement, and a
1 break seemed imminent, he was to be
. notified immediately. lie hopes it
! will not be necessary, but, as a last
resort, dr sires personally to urge
I upon the parties to the controversy
I the disastrous effect upon themselves
.and upon the country which would
follow tying up of 225 railroads by
' a strike.
Looks More Favorable.
Although the president was told
early in the day that the situation
' was critical, word came tonight that
: prospects for an agreement were more
tavorable and that further conferences
would be held in New York to
morrow. Wilson remained in his office
at the White House throughout the
1 1 a ' in order to keep in close touch
w ih the situation. While evidently
W'; ried over the situation, he has not
given up hope that a settlement may
be reached. He has taken in stand
I on the merits of the arguments pre
I sented hy either side, but is under
r.tood to be confident that common
Former Republican Vise Chair- j r.rr","d 'ic f'T', " wllich.the
I hiring the day tiic president re
ceived a petition from representatives
of unorganized railroad employes,
irging that congress legislation
which would prevent t.ic railroads be
i ig paralyzed by a strike of the mem- .
hers of the brotherhoods, who, it is
claimed, represent only 20 per cent
of the employes. The first petition
contained 6.000 names and it was said
that other larger petitions would come
within a tew (Jays.
New York, Aug 12. Whether a
nation-wide railroad strike is to be
railed or prevented still hung in the
balance today after the United States
board of mediation and conciliation
announcing that mediation had failed,
made an effort to induce the railroad
brotherhoods to arbitrate their dif
ferences with the railroad managers.
The brotherhoods, aiter discussing
an arbitration proposal made to them
by the board under the Newlands act,
adjourned without reaching a decis
ion. They announced that an answer
would be given tomorrow morning at
another meeting of the chiefs and
BEACH IS ELECTED
man Elevated to Place
FAMES OWN ASSISTANTS
Ten to Fifteen Persons Are Ee-
"Commanding genera!, Kastcrrt le-, nptft(l Kill,i in Accident Ten
send ; '
nartmcnt. lias been directed to
Kentucky troops to the border as
soon as they have been equipped arid ;
transportation can be obtained and j pQjj
to sec mat aiieniioii is kivcm m -
ting Vermont troops to the border as
soon as possible. ! Johnstown, Pa., Aug. 12.-From ten
"Commandine ceneral, Central de-1 to fifteen persons were killed and
Miles from Johnstown, Pa
(From r PI nff Curreflp(tn1'nt.)
Lincoln, Aiir. 12. (Special.) E.
D. licach of Lincoln was this after
noon elected cahirman of the repub
lican slate committee to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation oi
J. C. McNish.
This was doi:e after a conference
with the state candidates who were
present with the committee.
K. M. Tollard of Nchawka was
selected vice chairman, a position
formerly held by Mr. Reach.
Short talks were made by M. Pol
lard, Mr. HuscncitiT, Mr. Howell,
nalional committeeman, on the prop
osition of I lie committee inviting the
candidates to propose the name of a
candidates tor chairman.
Twenty members of the committee j delegates of the brotherhoods
were present and most ot the state
candidates and the meeting as
harmonious in every particular.
kach candidate on the state ticket
gave as hort talk after which W. H.
lirewsler, secretary of the national
republican league was invited to
Mr. Rrcwster's address was greeted
with round after round of applause.
He showed up the fallacies of the na
tional democratic administration in a
plain forceful manner.
He said that the democrats had
onlv two questions to ask when they
j Subsea Holds Up
Six Ships at Once;
Three Are Sunk
Havre, Aug. 12 Six ships v.ere
held up at once by a German sub
marine on Thursday morning' The
commander of the submarine ordered
the crew of the French steamer Marie
to get into boats and then sank the
essel with bombs in view ot the
partment, has been directed to send ! auout orty others more or less in
troops to the border as soon as they i jnrc(1 ,lt iic,0i ten ncs from lcrCi
are equipped and transportation can snml ,,,cr 11 o'clock toriav in a street
".,.....-. I .I I a h, lilt llllu.V'i ,v uvin. i i.l ill- II IIUWCI llKrtlMIIIK UIC , , , ,
"All department commanders have , i,rougilt , Johnstown. I plus in the treasury. The first one , c"s ? .tlie ou,er SI"DS- - ,
been directed to send all other Na-j Thc acn,i,Mt occurred on the south-: was, "How much is it?" and the sec-1 'r Norwegian steamers, Lreuo
tional Guard troops in their respec-; m, CamIrja Kiectric lailioad, which' ond, "where is it?". This has alwavs ! ami Soro; were next sent to the hot
live departments to border as soon as ; ro,1u.c,s j0'imsI,nv w, hbeui-burg. ; been followed bv the appointment of a I ,nm' each vessel going down in ten
they are equipped and transportation ,h(. COMn,v M.a,, at the foot oi a steep receiver and next November the peo-! 'n'nutcs. the other three slups were
can be obtained" i,iM 0,,'(ar had just turned a sharp! pie will anaiu appoint the republican a low'. continue their voyages
It was slatid .it the War depart- curve w,. it was telescopc.l by an-i party receiver of the country ,0 j after being searched and their papers
men! that under llirse orders X.v : llu.r 4 hin dow tbe hill. Tlie 1110-'place it again on a solid foundation. ' examined 1 he crews ot the three
turnian had lost control ;d the car Mr. licach was given power to '.kc ' '! "e , c u u, ,y ,,e
running through a switch, had con-name Ins own assistants and it was ; '"ish steamer, Rober and landed
tinned at high speed, crashing into' understood that be would select H. C. Hav" " 1'r""1 "r"'"-
,3r J::!,nrrn.wii,ch., iTI"s.Tvi.?'' I Woman With Children
switrh. I liairniin licnrli announced at tlie
AM the available doctors and nurses c,OM, ((f the im.t.ti11K ,iIllt 1C w0ll,
tional (iuard regiments now ln-ld ;it
state mobilization points would !e
sent to the border without waiting
until they were recruited to tlie mo
were hurried from lohnstown to the
scene oi the accident.
Mother Meadow Lark Outwits All
Who Would Bother Her Little Family Colfax County Farmer
Drowns While Bathing
One mother meadow lark has out-1 youngsters who euuUln'i
witted, hat Ilea and mvstiliecl F,everai i
yetiii' . 1 fttn.
It- Mutnc-s. r.uti
l.t.lcfl t'liv. fl''""
Lander. t;irl i:l(nnly. ..
Nurlh l'l-oi-, iit'u.i. ,.
1 itiatia, j'nrt clmi'ly.
1'iiebl-). piti l . Ininly. ..
Unpt'i ruy. cl.-ii.lj. ...
Sh!t Ltili-'. iloiidy.
Santa V , V-iri Iou.l
Sin ritl. in. l"U'l
1 ' 1 1 y .
oli-iMiUi- -Mi f rion ri''" Jt.iynr.l Hill'-.-.
Mlf--' Hon,- Wthflow
I Hliiol-- Mf. Ut'b.'ft liald-r, Mi.ss M:nnlc
TfiiinifT, Mi.ik Friiii'-'M Kn.thliiKliruii.
Kam.:.-MS R'uMii- n Ty-i. Mrs. Uart
rji t M.tnlnii Kiat. li. Ml.' Aith- M-r. y.
( ith. r v.rK'-rx u, - as.-HTin-.t l.-i'- r :ir-:
Ml". Cmily r-Try. Mrs. Clim Laliitfi.
M1k Vivlitn r. iT. ... Mis N,ir,i ir:i:,t, M,w,
W. 1). Asi'uukIi, Mrs. M;wLmi:K Mi.t
, KlslP HID.
: French Cruiser Puts
Into Pensacola, Fla.
! I'euvacola, Ha., Aug. 1J. The
j Krrnch armored cruiser Admiral
Atibt- came into this prt (mlay villi
supnlii.'i and coal exhausted. hc
: came to ancl'..r near the Ausinau
! Meamer l.ucia. tied up here ince the
1 bcniui.ing oi :!u: war.
bird lovers in the western part of t In
She was first observed by (ieorg
Wilson, atlviTlising man and bird
lover. saw her carrying bug
am! worm- to her little ones in 'he
yard of his bouse, 5373 Harney.
Arriving with tlie delicate nior-el.
she would perch on the t lephone
wire for a moment and have a l'd
around to see that there were no had
bovs looking. Then, with an al
most invisible swoop, she would get
to her nest.
George searched all over the ard
for the nest, jlut he searched in
vain tor several days. Finally he
happened noon it, built clever lv mi
ller some tramped gvass. And in
it were the four baby birds, ihcir
ir.'iuths chirping hungrily.
K la ted wi'b his su'ccss. he called
in the in iglibot and sln-weil them
(lie cache. He reached in and took
i.ne of tlie babirs tenderly tr-un ii
iu-i ami showed it to everybody; then
put it hat k again.
''-,..JIiL, k ore came
Immediately bis" supiciom ielluwit
a wicked cat which roams tue neigh
borhood, an outlaw, and (.ires not tor
bird, or man, or beast, or fish, if it
can make a meal oft of -hem- He
vowed 1o avenge the little ones, ami
started to get hi' shotgun.
Just then, on thf lehpknne win-,
appeared Mrs. Meadow Lark. In her
beak was a worm. She cast a sus
picions ami lisappro ing eye on
(u'orce. ,who sneaked behind th
house. In an instant 'h
had swooped dow n and disappeared.
Soon she few up again, mums the
"How she knew that I found her
nest and had picked up one of the
young birds gets mc," said ( imrge.
"And still more of a mystery is how
she moved the birds,"
It is presumed tha: tbe baby bird
told their mother that big. had men
had been around the no 4 and the re
sourceful old lady immediately de
cided to move.
Hut how she moved them, without
men a hinl-hany camagi- to w I tee I
to have . them in, nobody knows. M.iybr Mr.
t-ii;;'Ms. I Audubon ,.r Miles ( ireciileaf could
he four elucidate.
Columbus, Neb.. Aug. 12, (Special
Telegram. (--Charles k odder, aged
AW ':ts druwnetl -.t 'Kin oViock last
'night at the Mcl lurson lake, a mile
outh oi Ku'hlaud when he was seized
with cramps while bathing.
Km. liler had been a resident of Co!
fax e;.;mly for a number oi years and
lor a tciv years lived in Columbus
He was a prosperous farmer. He is
survn i d by three sons, his mother.
sis, and four b rot hers, l-'uneral
.si-rice- v. ill he held tomorrow aiter-
at Ins late nonic ami interment
make no otneial anmuincement ot
his secretary ami treasurer appoint
ments until after be had consulted
with J. i,. Kennedy and A. L. Sut
ton, candidates for the I'nited States
senate and governor, respectively.
These two came m late this evening
and tlie three may get togethed some
:imetiunng the evening.
Headquarters will be at the Lin- then she imr.pe
Is Injured in Runaway
Columbu, Xeb. Aug. (Special
Telegram.) Mrs. Hans Egger and
baby were injured this afternoon
when a team belonging to Hugo
'Vhlrich ran awav at the cofner of
Fighth and Lewis streets. MrsV
Kg-r not having hold of the lines
could not control the team. She had
four children with her and. one by
one. she agisted them to alight and
d with her babv in her
dell hotel, in the old rooms used by
the committee secval years ago. on
the .second floor at the southwest
co;mr. They will be npcntd by the
middle of the week, if possible, and
the w.-rk of the campaign begun.
All Appear Plcssed.
The selection of Mr. Beach ap
pears to have been satisfactory to
arms. t!ie Mil rendering ner un-consciou.-,
but only for a short time,
The baby was uninjured, but Mrs.
Kgger received 5ever.1l bruises.
. ' ;m ,,Y.. ..I-, ;.. .. ln.-m -..,! ..,.." tvei vbodv. He amiouticcd that 1;
other bird " '"'v 1 - , - -
"Billy" Sunday to Open
Campaign at Fremont
Fretnor.i, eb., Au;;, !J ( Spe
cial. ) The ministi rial union lie re
has rece; i-d word that "Hilly' Sun
day will launch lis campaign against
booe in Nebraska at Fremont on
August Suiu lay will come to
Fremont and preach here in the tab
ernacle w here the Kay burn revivals
were lu Id last winter, at lU a. m. He
will go t coin here to Omaha, it is
planned to take the Sunday party
from Fremont to Omaha ut a spe
was not a candidate lor the place.
but if the committee and the candi- ;
dates wanted him to take charge he
would do so.
Others who were mentioned. L. M.
l'.dlatd ami Xcl V. Hansen, were
nreseiil at the meeting and are eu-
'.husia -tic over the outlook and the :
st'hvti. n "f Mr. Ueach. j
Harry S. Byrne of Omaha, was the ;
onlv Houg'.as county member of the1
committee present, but he cum- with !
the proxu-s ot some w ho could not j Every week $inre Mjirch 5th Bm Wnt
iiiim' aim uu.i u..n u'iu.i mn. a have be.n gaining by moro thhn
ii: ;,i Ic a wisi' ntim i'.
" i-'ll sliow vmi ui) in Douglap
,-,:tv what a biK maiorily looks. "Re.ult. Make Growth."
lik.-," .-aii! lu-.
Each and Every Week
Paid Want Ads in
The Bee last week
than same week a
, THOUSAND puid ad. nvr tbe tame perM
1 A yemr age.
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