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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917.
Belated Reports Bring Total
, Above Seven and a Half
Million Mark; Bankers
, Ask Details.
Liberty bond subscriptions thui far
tabulated in Omaha total $7,554,650.
Four Omaha firms have added their
subscription to the subscriptions an
nounced at the mat meeting in the
Commercial club Tuesday. Here Is
a table of the previous total, with the
four new subscriptions listed:
Previous tela! , , . . ,t7.4l.l5l
!. C. latere Mill Co. IMOO
' Jxf-Wtlts BIkchII Co. SS.O00
W. J. ynm Vo 10.040
Omaha Cennerace Co. 1,690
,Tlftl t dl ..,,..,7,iM50
This does rot yet include any of the
'.scores of items pf subscriptions taken
by the many committees which spent
the 4ay Wedne.day canvassing vari
ous sections of the city. It includes
only those, epmpa.nif s iw making be.
jaieq rsports wnieii tney intend to be
ready tq nik at Tuesday' mass
meeting and which for one reason er
another, they could not announce at
On account of the difficulty of com
piling the figures coining in from day
to day trom the many committees at
work, it has been impossible as yet
to get any accurate totals on the re-
suits of the first day's work. Tha
committees under their various team
heads, however, are still at work
co'iibing thfl city.
Throughout the state th biggest
part of the drive will begin neut week.
This is partly due to the fact that the
'bankers, who are all taking part in
the Liberty loan drive, are Ms week
'attending th bankers' convention in
Omaha. - -
, HhiJo at the convention, however,
the Liberty Joan drive ahsad of them
is occupying a- Urge part ri their at
tention. This morning the Omaha
branch pf tin Federal Reserve balk at
thirteenth and Farnam streets was
packed with bankeri from all parti of
the state. They- took the opportune
t Jy. to run down there fort their
convention got under way to ask
many question as to the campaign en
Liberty bonds. They bombarded Man
ager Eastman ai?d ethers, at the Fed
eral Reserve hank with pointed and
detailed questions ai to how tha Fedi
ofaj Reserve bank wanta the cam
paign conducted, how the Omaha fel.
Iowa ars conducting their campaign,
,now they conducted the first one,
where the most successes wers at
tainea, ana where, and what were th
GERMANS LOSE TWICE IN WEST In an effort to hold up
another British drive in Flanders, the Germans launched two
heavy infantry attacks, one (1) against Haig's position east
of Ypres, and the other (2) against the French lines in the
Aisne and in Champagne. Both attacks broke down under
the fire of British and French guns. Both Paris and Berlin
report extremely heavy artillery fire on the Champagne front
principal obstaclea. In fact, they fUle
themselves full of information am
suggestions which they expect to
carry norrm wn tnem latter part
of the week to be put into practice
pn the big drive at their respective
homes next week. -, v-y t:
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PT.PATi flATTSTP. (V
; . .LIBERXY BONDS
) (( jntlnud Yi ff 0V) '
tioni from nurg$s jn Ipcal hospitals,
. Speakers at club meeting today
were: nenson vpmn a ciud, Mrs,
,C l Tracy: Eastern Star Kensing
ton elub, Mrs,- Halleclr Roue, and
Swedish women at Zjou church, Mrs,
Executive Committee RevjacoV
Mrs. ! M. ILord will head tom
mjttea which- will go before business
women's organisations, and Mrs, W.
F. Paxter will reach Brownell Hsll
The Tevised list of the estitcutive
committee includes Mrs. E. M. Fairt
tield,vchairman; Mrs. Warren Black.
vflLvies qhairmani Mrs. gdward M.
byWt, secretary, and Mrs. W. A. C
lnhiunn-i Mr T V VevnnIHe Vfre
John L, Kennedy. Mrs. E. S, West-
brook, Mrs. J. f. Stswart, j5, an4
.Mr. George A jOelyrt,
uayefy wins inveai aiso.
1 The young women ofc the Twen
tieth Century Maids" burlesque show
at the Uayety theater, gave a demon,
stration of feminine patriotism when
hey subscribed for $4w worth of Lib
Vs want to do our share to win
this war," smilingly remarked Juliette
Belmont, the ingenue, as she proudly
shoUtd hr bond. "I believe it ii
lcndid' investment," she. added.
J'egRie Jrwin bought $100 bond
and Mrs. Nellie Kueling took a $50
bond (or herself andVme for her little
' daughter, Vivian.
One of the company who has a
mbdesf annuity bought t $100 bond,
The total for, the company wl be
, considerably more than $400 before
the week U over,
Fin Wav to Save.
!'Ths young women are very
said Manager E. W. Chipman of the
show, "One pf the girls had only $30
to spare, so I advanced her $20."
Manager K. L. Johnson was commii.
sioned to buy the bonds. . '
' "it ts a splendid way to save money.
Tr nni ttaa T iKiarf w kAitil Um i .k.
always has money, because in time
of stress you can sell it,'1 was the
Members of the company are pro
moting Liberty bond sales among the
theatrical people they meet.
. .'TJiey are n O, X bunch," re,
marked Jim Barton, head liner pf the
General Obregon Gives.
School for Officers Praise
' Fort Shrdiaq, JU Oct, Vl.-Cen-eral
Alvaro Obregon, former chief of
the Csrrtnaa forces,, had only high
: praise for the students at the officers'
- training camps, which he visited yes-
- mj vf-iii.a a USTSVll tilt sj lUUf
"r oi the VBte4 Ststes. '
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Bally to Call for
The Liberty Loan
Cllnutd From P One.)
dent of the Nebraska Bankers at the
afternoon session, succeeding Pan
Morris of Kearney.
The following men. were elected to
the executiva council; Rollia W. Ley,
Waynt; F. A. Cuseaden. Omaha; A.
L. Johnson, Chadron? W, W. Head,
At a short session given over to the
American Bankers' association the
following Nebraska officers of the as
sociation were elected; Vice president.
American Bankers' association, Har
vey Qstenburg, gcottsbluff; member
of the executive council, George K
Haverstick, Omaha; vice president
national bank section. I. R, Alter,
rand Island; vice president trust
mpany section, Oeorge W, Holmes,
Lincoln; vice president savings bank
section, Q, A.. McCloud, York; mem
ber executive council, T. L. Math
ewf, Fremont J alternate, J. T. May,
Wllc A; Co,, Uxetar
Fold banki, FMUx
Norfolk Nstlsnal , ,
Vtr, Ntlil, Crete
ftrii Nttlsnal, Sppncer
Plrt Ntlsnl, Urtloton
Crqn Ntlonnj e( Auburn , ,
AtU BbH 9t Klch
SiKin luti bpk
ecurlty bank, Crlhlon ........
First National if Wymor , ,,
Flnt Natlpnal at l.aural
.aure Ntlonl bank
Nebraakt. Utata bank, Lincoln ....
Oret Htata Wak
flrat National pf Rlwood
Vlrat National af Trkamab
Flrat National of Tandfr ,,
Merchanla Nallaaal, Nbraka Cty
Irirat National, oldrrfa
Madlaon aNtlnnal bank
Flrat National, Bahuylar .,....
Oomm'arolal Stata, Grand Ialand. .,
(My National, flalnvlow
fhat National bank sf Jiutta
Kordyca Nlata bank
Hurt Caunty. Tekamak
Arrapakoa 8tat ,.
Stanton Flrat National
Hank of Holbraok
Flrat National. Fall CUr
Cmmarol National and loma
ttavlnga Bank of framont
Fldallty National. Aurora,
Glltnrr Plata Bank .-.
Lincoln Uanka ,,
Oaallala kiarhanaa 14,00
Flrat National of aranS Jtland.,. o.u0
HoaklHji Mtata ,,,,,, , 16,000
Mlndan Kinhania bank..,, ,,. 40.000
Crntral City Natlanwl IS.S6S
Union Btala Bank, Harvard ,.,.,-
foinmaroial Rank. Qrant I.SOS
Farmra 8tata bank, Tekamak..,. 10,000
Overton State $kk .., 6.000
Kim Creak Bank - S,080
Kalla City Htata Bank li.nOO
Farmera and Marabanta, Frement. 10.400
Oakla4 Btatt Bank 1M4S
Brunawlrk Mtata Bank , 15.000
Cltlaana fitata, Unlveralty Place.. 10.004
Marehanta' Htata Bank ( Wlnalda. 10,000
Craig National bank , 15,000
Flrat National bank, Johnaon. . ... tS,8B0
Fatmera' and Mercnanu bank,
Pawaon bank ,
('hadron Cltiaaaa fitata bank....,
First National bank, Wood River,.
Flrat National bank. Valentine..
Kearney city National bank.
Wahoo National bank
Farmera' National bank. Wakefield
tlkhorn Valley bank, Stanton
Bank of Monro., ,
Two atata bank a, lunhar. ........
flrat National bank. Wfnot.,,..,
A. V. Clark bank
Flrat National bank, Havelot-k. . , .
Walthlll National bank.,., ,
First Havlnta bank, t'leaaantdala
Rust Take twg Kurd
, Towns and Many Men
Petrograd, Oct 11-Ist Kurdis,
tan, southeast pf Lake Van. Russian
troops hsyt been engaged in sue.
cessful operations against tha
Kurds, capturing numbers of them,
occupying two villages and driving
v the remainder to the banks of the
'Crest Zab river.
I.yana ........... 16,000
threo banka of Urd 94,000
(Jubbell bank fi.000
Hank o( Taylor 6.000
Keeurity fitata bank. Nellsh...... 14,004
Far were lerc(iant' panK,
Farmera and Merohanta. Obbart... 14,004
feuplea Bavinea bauk vf Wfirtliif
Cltiaena' State bank. Comatook... 14,000
Amerlean State, Springfield.,,... 4,004
S. H. Hadley bank, tiedar Rapide., 10,404
farmeri tHata bank, Hampton,.., 10,400
In Automobile Accident
Pes Moines, la., Oct. 10.--(pecial
Telegram.) Lieutenant Cuthbert
Potter, an Omaha boy, on duty at
Camp Podge, was seriously injured
in an automobile accident today. His
Clva the Wheat to the
soldiers, but give rne
LVi at SXS) Jki aMbilSiSaJ
vQyr w v
M M Ml sWk'rJCaW
parents were notified and arrived
from Omaha on one of the trains late
GERMANS TRY TO
RE-FORM LINE TO
(Continued; Prom Page One.)
this respect on the paft of the Ger
man high command
Small success, however, is attending
the crown prince's efforts in this di
rection. He tried again last night near
Hill 344, but General Fetain's forces
held their ground, driving the Cer
mans out of such advanced trenches
as they managed temporarily to pene-
British Airmen Retaliate.
London, Oct. U.-r-An official state
ment on aerial operations, issued last
"On ,'uesday there was little flying
excep on the battle front, where a
great deal of work was done in spite
pf a strong gale and thick elouds. The
enemy's pew gun positions and other
suitable targets were reported by air
plana to our artillery, which dealt
"Touch was kept with our infantry
all day and the enemy's troops were
harassed by machine gun fire at every
opportunity. A ton of bombs was
dropped en Staden during the day,
At night two tons were dropped on
the Roulers, Courtrai, Menin and
Ledegham Rations, A direct hit was
obtained on a hostile train, caus
ipg a number of explosions.
"In the air fighting four German
machines were brought down and two
were driven down out of control. Two
of ours are missing.
Bobbers Shoot Express
9 Agent and Get $6,000
Hoboken, N. J Oct. ij.Four
m..6ked robbers held up two Adonis
Express company employes, shot one
of them, Ernest Hecker, a clerk, in
the back and escaped with money re
ported to amoujt to $6,000 here today-
German Diplomats Land
On American Shoret
A Pacific' Port, Oct H-The
Dutch steamer Oranj arrived to
day from the orient with a large
number of German and Austrian
diplomats aboard, it was reported,
Government officials, headed by
secret service' men, boarded the
vessel. No maifwas allowed to land
and all information with withheld,
Nona of th passengers was per
mitted to leave the steamer.
TIea trunk a am.
ea tba boat lea- ,
I urea f t r a I
eluding paddatl la
Idea, aU pre
vent tba ban fere
from falling, and
lift tope. Thai
keepa alothaa free
f arrlnkleai all clotkiag la ready t
rear at tl)a d tba trip.
Frcling & Steinle
Oniaba'a Bt Baggago Builders
10 Farnam sf
w m Ma aa uu wae
I Wa Liba Small Repair Jab.
PEACE TALK KEPT
Soqialists in Reichstag Cite
Army Order to roye That
Men Anxious for Peace Are
Given War Propaganda.
Copenhagen, Oct. 10.An upeen-
(soreJ report of Monday's debate in
tne.neicnstag snows that the social
ist speakers produced a whole series
of instructions from tht higher mili
tary authorities concerning the, "En
lightenment campaign," which were
in direct variance to the principle o
po poljtfcs in the army and with the
general regulation which Lieuunant
General von tein, Prussian war min
ister, said governed the campaign. It
was asserted by the socialists that the
war minister was unable to contro
vert this testimony.
The socialists also directed atten
tion to the fact that the general order
for enlightenment against peace was
issued immediately after the adrption
of the Reichstag peace resolution.
July 19, showing tjiat the eampaigif
was directed aga-nst the ReUi&tag
f bey brought tut also the fact that
S ;oi'tereuce u called by tn war
ministry in the middle of August to
j discus's preventive measures against
strikes and that the strike movement
pf the radical socialists against the
war and food and labor conditions
was still a menace.
lleinricti Pove, radical socialist,
who has returned from the front, re
ported to the members of the Reich
stag that the soldiers everywhere had
expressed the desire that the war
speedily be endd.
Ask Besignation of
For Stand On War
Salt Lake City. Utah. Oct. 11.-
The Right Rev. Paul Jones, bishop
of Salt Lake diocese of the Episcopal
rhurrh. ha a hrpn astfA tn rsitrn hie
position. The demand was made by
his council of advice, the vestrymen
of St, Paul's church, and the dean,
wardens and vestrymen of St, Mark's
Cathedral parish late last night.
In their conviction that Bishnn
Jones had forfeited his right to be
leader of the diocese bv his allec-eH
unpatriotic attitude and his member
ship jn associations not in sympathy
with the national struggle for human
rights and the democracy, the vesiry
men at two meetings want mi rcrnrrt
unanimously condemning- him fnr hie
stand he has taken towards the gov
ernment ot the United States,
DR. McKENNEY Says:
"Bid farewell to health and
rood looks when your teeth
Beat SlUer Fill-iga
Work, par toetk.
ertb 1S la $24,
$5, $8, $10
SVg plaaaa m a refund paw maae.
Mta ao)S Feme m 1324 Farnam St
Phone Deuglaa ZS7Z.
Baat 12-k Cald
The meeting arranged for
the Seventh Nebraska at the
Auditorium Friday, October 12,
1 9 17, will be held in con June,
tion with Camp Fire Monday,
October 15, 107.
Everyone Invited, Everyone
come. A genuine military treat
for everyone good speaking,
rousing rally, band and drum
The Lucky Seventh
If you intenti to njeye
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etc, elsewhere, you will
nave time, money and eon-
I siderabje worry by eon-
We have much valuable
information about rates,
time. In transit, etc.
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Gloves for Women
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Also a full line of Cape
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Phoenix silk in black,
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Black, white and color
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Purethread silks, made
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Imported puF? Irish linen-
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$25 to $75
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Corral jtos, Calif., Junes 20, 1917.
Bankers Life Insurance Co.,
Dear Sirs: Your check for $804.48, which is the matured
cash surrender value of my 15 pay policy which I held in your
company, was received yesterday and am well pleased with my
reiurns, so pleased have taken out another policy, 20 pay this time,
and expect tobeat it ouU
My oldest boy is also carrying a $2,000.00 policy in your com
pany and my oldest daughter is thinking of taking out a policy,
and I have three younger boys who will take out insurance when
old enough, if I have anything to say about it.
v Have paid out in fraternal insurance more than enough to
mature ar other policy, and is so high cannot keep it up, so my
money is lost, Thanking you,-I am yours truly,
FJFTfiEN PAYMENT UFE, PQUCY
Maturad in the
OLD LINE BANKERS LIFE INSURANCE
f Lincala, Nebraska
Nam of iafured W. O. Foola
Rasldenca Carralitot, California
Amount of policy, .l,0QO.QP
Total premium paid Company $600.7$
Taal caan. paid Mr. Foota , . , . ,$804.48
And fifteen year insurance for nothipf.
A satisfied customer means a repeat sale. We giv
value so as not to sell a man once, out always.
We wish to contract with new men. Join us and let
us make you some money. Write Home Office, Lin
coin, Neb., Dept. H.
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