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HIE OMAHA BEE: SATURDAY. JULY 8. 1022. "
II. S.I)r) Officer
Killed in Ha id on
Ouurr of Property on Which
Still Lots ted Slayer Kmi
mi Officer! Kill Man
Gaitcboro, Tcnn.. July 7 H. J
Lynch, federal prohibition officer,
was shot and instantly killed by
! inlay Young of Gainesville. Tcnn ,
yesterday, following a raid (( an il
licit .till located upon the properly
of Young, according to federal oiii
Killed in Raid.
l'h.rU lltbotit. city policemen, ait
uudir Sio.uuo bond each. a the re
mit nf an aitfiuitt Ul night to
earth tolvin'a home fur lujuor. Col
j mii Ma ihol hve ttmci.
I Three Cirli Die In Crtth.
! Oakland, Cal.. July 7. Three
voting women, one unidentified, were
killed insanity and a nun was e.
riou.ly injured t. hen a Santa Fe
iram struck the automobile in which
i hey were riding here Ul night.
Mate of Screen Actreti Suicide.
Birmingham. AU.. July 7. Jack
Lew it d'Arcy, Mid to be the ru'band
of Louite d'Arrv. screen aclrets, and
the ton of a well known banking fig
ure connected with the J. I'. Morgan j
interest, rnnimitted hiih-hIc- at a local
hotel last night by taking potaitium
U Arry had been in llirmingham
' about four week, working for a real
iritate firm. A discharge, found in
! the dead nun', clothing, showed that
l he wat a former aviator in the French
Wiihila. Kao , July 7.-J. W. Col-1 army and wai given credit for bring
in. it dead and torn K. ,hok and J ting down five airplanes.
Canine "Pals of State Officials Have
Personalities as Marked as Masters
Your Unrestricted Choice
. : of any
In Our Entire Stock
Regardless of Former Prices
This sale encounters no exceptions in our
stock. Every cotton dress is included. At
this amazing low price we should dispose
of the entire lot of more than 500 in record
Beach Cloths Fine Imported Ginghams Ratine
Tissues Voiles Swisses Combinations '
These Dresses Are Actually Worth
2 to 5 Times This Price
Haas Brothers' reputation for super styles
in frocks will be borne out in this choice of
the house sale Saturday. We urge an early
Spring Suits Must Go
Every spring suit in the house, which in
cludes cur distinctive tailor mades, 3-piece
costumes and sport suits, to go in three
J10 '20 J30
Coats and Wraps
All radically reduced for Saturday. Select
a coat or wrap now for early fall wear.
The values are indeed exceptional.
5 to '50
Unusual Sweater Values
Our showings dominate in Omaha. The
values have no rival.
Iceland Wool Sweaters
"V" necks and slip-overs shown
in all colors, as well as white.
Easily the best values of the
SEGOfCrTflH-BROWN BLOCK' 'OTKANOOOUCLAS.
v. I-:; J J
Light Vote at State
Primary Is Predicted
rtui4 nm rt on
competition. He recommend it a
weapon agint monopoly. In one
of lit tpceclirt yeterUay lie declared
that i( cement price were not (air
lie would advocate the building of
a fUte cement plant de.lgncd to
lave exprne to taxpayer in road
and bruise building and to force
other compiniei to meet competi
Tliee are tome of the viewi with
which Mr Howell i akinc tup
lHrt. lor the mot part, however,
he i t4mling on hn record in pub
"I've never talked bunk and 1
will not make promiaet that 1 can
not meet in order to obtain elec
lion," he declarei. "That doem't
mean that 1 won't take a potition.
The greatest menace of our country
Together with bit perianal com-
paign, Mr. Howell i carrying on a
right to preserve the primary
tern. In asking volet againtt the
meaiure enacted by the but regular
teniion, be dcilarct that if it i not
repealed women votera will loc
their equal Handing in party man
agement. Two women for an important
part of Mr. Howell' campaigning.
These are Mr. Howell and Mix
Charlotte Acer. The latter, who
comet from New York, it the fi
ancee of Mn. Howcll'e ton, Sidney
Warden W. T. Fenton and his mouse hound. Billie. on left: and State Game Warden Georte Koster and
hi Scotch collie, Shack. The lad in the center is "D utch" Koster, youngest son of the game warden.
Lincoln, July 7. (Special.) Dogs
owned by State Game Warden
George Koster and Warden W. T.
Fenton have a personality among
canines as marked as the personality
of their masters among humans.
Shack, the full-blooded Scotch col
lie owned by Koster, loves his mas
ter best, the Koster children next
and other persons in accordance with
their popularity with the Koster
When Koster is away from Lincoln
and word comes that he will soon be
home, the news is told Shack, who
instantly hurries to the statehouse a.
block and a half away, remaining
faithfully at the office, going home
only to eat and sleep until his master
haclc never growls at anyone
although, like all collies, he is dan
gerous in a fight. He gets sullen
after being bathed and refutes to play
for half a day. That is as near to
meanness as Shack ever comes.
His great sport is playing hide and
seek with the children. Someone
will hold his eyes closed until the
children are hidden and then Shack
begins to search. A loud bark is
his sign that he has found them.
The Koster children are nearly
grown. Shack likes little kids about
S and 6, and when they are at the
house one always finds Shack at their
side. He also takes fancy to a little
chicken and gets offended when any
one touches it.
Billie. mouse hound of Warden W.
T. Fenton, displays the characteristic
of some girls, who must have a fel
low. Billie must always have some
one to run around with and refuses
to pay any attention to anyone else.
When the warden is at the peni
tentiary Billie looks after his welfare
exclusively. He growls if anyone
touches the warden and has been
known to leap into the air and snatch
a whisk broom 'from the hands of a
porter brushing the warden's coat.
The "Bull's Shadow."
The warden has a habit of taking a
nap after his noonday lunch, over
the prbtests of a wile, who says it
ruins his digestion. Billie naps, too,
at the warden's feet. The warden's
home is directly above the front of
The least sound awakens Billie and
be continues to snarl and bark until
the warden awakens, investigates the
noise, and says:
"It's all right, BilUe.-
The same is true at night, while
the warden is sleeping. When the
warden is away, Billie usually trans
fers his affections to Mrs. Fenton.
The convicts never call him Billie.
Usually he is known to them as the
"Bull's Shadow," with less elegant
names falling to his lot when bathing
or searching for Billie is assigned to
Nonunion Men Driven
From Jobs by Threats
(Continued From Face One.)
who transmitted the shop strike
Chicago,' July 7. The nation-wide
strike of the railroad shopmen en
tered its seventh day Friday, with
indications that the walkout had set
tled down to a "holdout" struggle.
Railroad officials continued to ad
vertise for men to replace the strik
ing employes and union officers car
ried on in the work of organizing
Reports as to the actual effect and
completeness of the tieup were con
flicting and ..ltogether indefinite.
Many railroads reported that suffi
cient forces of shopmen were at
work to enable them to keep abreast
of the normal repair demands of the
railroads, with prospects for increas
ing forces as tunes went on." Union
leaders, on the other hand, reiterated
previous claims that the strike was
approximately 90 per cent effective
and professed no anxiety over the
claims of the road:.
To Fight Strikers.
Events of the week have made
certain that the rail lines have de
termined to fight the strikers, such
action being indicated by nation-wide
advertising for workers to enter the
deserted shops, and the placing of
guards around strategic plants
throughout the country. One road,
the Great Northern, already has at
tempted to negotiate with the new
employes as an organization sup
planting the shopcrafts union out-
is what you want for your skin trouble
ResinoJ to stop the itching and burn
ing Resinol to heal the eruption.
Scratching makes it worse, besides
being embarrassing and dangerous,
but the mooth gentle ingredients of
RESINOL OINTMENT often over
come the trouble promptly, even if it is
severe and long-established. Bathing
the affected part first with RESINOL
SOAP hastens the beneficial results.
Rcsinol products at all druggists
lawed by the federal labor board on
Traffic Not Affected.
With the labor board adhering to
its announced policy of hands off, and
the crafts leader, B. M. Jewell, seek
ing conference with neither the roads
nor the board, there seems today to
be not even a promise that peace
might come other than by a slow
wearing out of the parties' to the dis
pute. Railroads declare that traffic is not
affected, nor even imperiled. Several
trains have been discontinued in va
rious sections of the country, and in
other cases freight runs have been
consolidated in an effort to conserve
Confer on Slater, Mo.
Slater, lo., July 7. (By A. P.)
Adjutant General William Raupp of
Missouri spent two hours here last
night and then left for Jefferson City.
There he will report to Governor
Hyde and make recommendations as
to the handling of the local situation,
where striking shopmen have closed
down the Chicago & Alton shops
and have been in virtuat control of
the town for the last 36 hours.
General Raupp declined to an
nounce what his recommendations
would include, but said that he had
talked to Sheriff John Logsdon in
Marshall and that Sheriff Logsdon
had stated to him that he, the sheriff,
was unable to control the local situa
tion and was not inclined to appoint
special deputies. General Raupp told
Sheriff Logsdon to put it in writing
and the sheriff said he would write
the governor last night. In Slater;
General Raupp talked to J. L. Mar
quette, and other Alton officials and
also to Leo Winkle, chairman of the
shopcrafts unions here, who promised
there would be no violence.
Rock Island Officials Work.
Topeka, Kan.. July 7. Rock Is
land railroad officials went to work
here yesterday to keep the trains run
ning, serving as car inspectors, icing
passenger cars and filling the grease
cups. The rolling stock is moving as
usual, J. J. Breheny, trainmaster, an-
j N. Y. Clerks Vote to Quit.
' Syracuse, N. Y., July 7. Railway
j clerks employed on the New York
i Central lines have voted to strike, it
j was announced today by their of-
ficials. The vote was a part of the
i general strike vote taken by all the
j clerks on the New York Central lines,
i The union includes clerks, freight
handlers and express and station em
ployes. Clerks on trie Lackawanna
j already had voted to strike.
Marking Time on Coast.
San Francisco, July 7. Both sides
were marking time in the strike of
! shopmen on the Pacific coast today.
Dr. Frank F. Burhorn. 41426
StcuritiM Bldf., Car. IStk mm4 Far
nun atreet. 12 Private Adjusting
Rooms. . X-Kar Laboratory. Houri,
9 a. m. to 8 p. in. Ladjr attendant.
Office Adjustments, 12 for llO.tt
or IV tor :
Railroad officials reiterated their
statements made last night that men
were fast returning to work, while
officials of the shopmen's organiza
tion countered with statements tbat
union men were standing firm.
At the headquarters of the South
ern Pacific company here early to
day it was announced that 1,206 shop
men had returned to work to date
on the system.
"All Over" on Great Northern.
Wenatchee, Wash., July 7. "The
shopmen's strike is virtually over as
far as the Great Northern is con
cerned," was the statement made
here by J. A. O'Neill, general mana
ger of the western lines in reporting
the return to work of a number of
the railroad men.
"Within the next 24 hours we'll
have 200 strikers back to work west
of Spokane," O'Neill asserted.
Marine Depth Charge Used
to Recover Drowned Body
London, July 7. A depth charge,
the most potent weapon used in the
destruction of German submarines,
was used to find the body of James
Anderson of Accrington, who had
been missed for several weeks.
The police had dragged the water
without success and then resorted
to the depth charge. The body
floated to the surface immediately.
Nebraska Epworth Assembly, Ep
worth Lake Park, Lincoln, August
1 to 10. Among the many great at
tractions are W. J. Bryan, Sir Paul
Dukes, London; Maud Ballington
Booth; J. Stitt Wilson, California;
Riccaldo Martin, tenor; Ver Haar,
Swedish contralto; Vera Poppe, Eng
lish cellist; Chicago Operatic com
pany; Pamahasika's trained pets;
classes and demonstrations in radio.
Keep dates in mind for vacation.
Camp in th,e park. For programs, in
formation, address C. A. Fulmer,
Lincoln, University Temple. Advertisement.
If your gums bleed. If they feel sensi
tive, if they are aoft or receding, you
may be threatened with pyorrhea. Don't
delay, for thete conditions iteadily crow
won if neglected. The way to stop
the trouble is to wash the mouth daily
with Lykolene. the powerful antiseptic
which destroys harmful irerms and neutral
izes mouth acids and thus helps the gums
to become firm and healthy once more.
Sold by leading druggists.
1512 Douglma Street
Your unrestricted choice
of any Pure Thread Silk
Sweater in stock for $19.50
Men's Shop Sales'
Wash neckwear reduced to 35c,
45c, 65c and 95c
Four-in-hands and bows.
Any 35c toft collar 25c.
$1.50 night ihirt. for $1.05.
Faultless and Universal makes
in sizes 15 to 19.
$2.50 pajamas for $1.85.
Good styles sizes 15, 16, 17, 18.
To the left as you enter
Sale of Hair Nets
Sonia hairnets in all shades of
both cap and fringe styles.
The single mesh for 50c a dozen.
The double mesh for 65c a dozen
Slipon Wool Sweaters
Special for $2.00
For tub frocks originally priced
For tub frocks originally priced
For dainty georgette dancing
Suits-' Coats Skirts in lots
too small to itemize are of
fered for unusual savings
For Much Less
In plain pink or blue chambray
gingham $1.75 frocks for $1.19
Stripes, checks and plain shades
in gingham, soisette or madras.
Sizes 2 to 6 years. $2.50 to
$7.50 qualities, $1.69 to $4.69.
Choice of Any We Have
A timely sale of new summer
sports styles for fine savings
$6.80 a pair for
Nile cloth oxfords with trim
mings of patent leather.
White strap pumps with patent
White, tan and gray oxfords
with attractive black trims.
White nile cloth oxfords trim
med with white calf.
(Jreailt Reduced Fares
Summer Excursion lowest in qears to
Colorado, California and the National Parks.
Choice of routes going and returning;
stopouer anuwhere; superior service.
Golden Stale Limited
Comfort and Courtesy are
uour fellow travelers on the
Itock Island Lines
. Travel information, sleeper reservations and
illustrated booklets on request
Consolidated OJftee, tall 1d4 (tree er dales tUHee,
L. BatndorH. AqanL Pkm Omsriss lS
J. S. TIUBalli), Dttinra PaeMnaar Aqml. Rack It land UM
Weedsnsm J I ha World Building Phone Jacks sals Omaha, Bah,
Of georgette and canton crepe
blouses, formerly sold up to
$14.75; silk and 'wool skirts,
formerly sold to $12.50; fibre
silk and all-wool sweaters,
formerly sold to $9.75. Choice
1512 Douglas Street
Why Have Skin Trouble
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bathe freely with Cuttcura Soap and
hot water, dry gently, and apply
Cutkwa Ointment to the affected
parta. Do not fail to include the
exquisitely scented Cutlcura Talcum
In your toilet preparations.
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