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I'HK OMAHA WIK: SATLKUAT. Allil'M' L'ti.
( ndrrMiitid Voicr Ojiputitioii
in Hunt Dcltutf !dge
Not Kir'tfi Ilrfore
Washington, Aug. 25. The SnIJirr
Jctnii, lull rncnt'l liut Imie alii riii.ui
ill Itif srnati. J Hal tulinirrxril un
lrr llitfilximis of llir oil ttml fill
tnkr n ihe Xrlirrry , ssith
rrnult tlut Icailrr not now
liprttr Us iaaK' liflore fixt vcfW.
in the hriri tUtiaif iiuhr l'iitrr-
U'Olill, lUfi llrmni'Mtic "4irr, Vljill'll
ln i,miiiIiiiii In the inciMiro, Willi
Srii.iinr lli ilin, ili'iMin:r.it, ni the tame
tl.wr, titturoHkly t filing it iiiik.
yrtm'itt t'n'irruoiiil lUt'arnl t lie
iiirj.iire wa not mi HiljiiKlri mm.
(filiation bill; that it had hrtn
irorily tumrd ly the puMie, a
"Vim ciiitnot mrasiitr ti-rvicc to
iriinlty ill 1I0II.1M," (Inland tlic
iiniionty '4lrr, "If ynii ute tu mr
tire service in that way, then $''.'5
is an iilnurrl firojii'iiti, I hr payiiirlit
of 1 a day will not u'1jut that
Kre.it 1 I't a grmruu ii'Ulr mut
alway OMf to the gallant Men who
tarried the flag in tmir of war.'
Averting that hundred of thou.
sands fit tornier service men were
now without a job. Si tutor HrfJin
ilv hired that there fimld he no talk
almiit "cheapening" a man' patriot
i.in whrn hunger demanded that "Jie
get something to rat aii'l a place to
"1 voteil to rail these tn n to the
rolur." coiitimieil the senator, ''and
so lu ll) tur (iotl, si long I have
hrealri to speat;, J shall demand jus
tice for them."
Shop Employe Beaten
by Trio of Strikers
One striln-r is nndi r arrest and
iiolicc seek two other a the result
of an attack on (leorge VV. Milliard.
IS. a Union I'arific hio employe, last
niiilit within 10 artln of Milliard'
homo. 1K18 Webster stmt
1 he man arrested it Jcmc South,
2iW South Twenty-fourth street. He
at -4-abur temple by
Stork Does Double Duty-Two Chinese
Babies Reach Colony Home Same Day
emergency Officer Sinrlair, who
went there alter Milliard reported
tile a lark.
Milliard' fate was badly bruised
and hi 4 head rut.
Milliard told police he was Mugged
from behind an lie was walking to
ward hi home from work. Me strug
gled to his feet, he said, and tried to
tend off the attack, but wan unsuc
cessful. The men knocked him down
lie laid, and then ran. When
he recovered from the daze he made
his way to the police station.
Iowa Clergy nia n Dies.
Clearwater, la., Aug. 24. Dr. Joint
l'.issell, widely known clergyman of
the middle west and formerly presi
dent of upper Iowa university, is
dead here alter a long illness.
China Provides New
Field for Wireless
To China goes the honor of in
stalling the longest commercial radio
telephone circuit in thee world. Radio
telephone sets have been installed at
I'ekin and Tientsin, covering a gap
of 90 miles. These have been con
nected with the regular telephone
lines of the Chinese government.
Music and speeches, aside from the
regular commercial business, have al
ready been broadcasted. Manufac
turers here in America report many
orders already being received fur
Miiall crystal sett and it is only, a
matter of time before the youth of
China will be experimenting with and
operating with radio apparatus.
Kadio Chamber of Commerce.
The National Radio Chamber of
Commerce is negotiating now with
the various government departments,
Mich as the bureau of standards. De
partment of Commerce, United States
signal corps and United States NavyH
department, with a view to co-operating
with these departments in the
standardization of radio apparatus,
methods of manufacture, methods of
testing, etc. The National Radio
Chamber of Commerce intends to
work with these departments and as
sist them in their radio problems.
It is planned in the very near fu
ture to have a central testing labora
tory for radio apparatus so that the
various members of the National
Radio Chamber of Commerce and
any other manufacturers interested,
may avail themselves of the services
of such a laboratory for the purpose
of testing, calibrating and making
such researches as may be desired.
I I' "sv-;f
IT X I f -, ! V ... V-aLX
U' y - A ' iJi.-ltk '"'
l)e Valera Active
as Head of Large
Irish Rebel Hand
'down hi aim and ollered tJ
ihe national torcei.
These two Chinese babies will celebrate their birthday a on the same day. They bo'h were torn July 14. in
the tame house, 1917 Can street. At the left is Jack, pictured in the arms of his mother, Mrs. Won l ook. At the
right is Mrs. Jimmie'Chin and Dick. Moth women are bride brought from China last year.
1 lie HIOIK flHI oouoic iimy III wir i
local Chinese colony, when he de- if "v J 1 D 1
posited two baby boy t at one address, I IlVerS UrdereU DaCK
ii .as hiiti,
Shoots Skyward on
Rie in Foreign Currency,
Due to Fear of Failure of
Cause of l'anie.
ll. rlin, Aug. 25.-UyA. r.)-Thc
rontinual rim: in foreign currency,
provoked by fears of a failure of
the negotiations between Sir John
Bradbtirv. J'.ritish member of the
reparations commission, and M. Mau
clerc, chairman of the allied com
mittee on guarantees, with German
officials in regard to (iermanv's
financial obligations, caused a panic
on the bourse.
The dollar, which hitherto had ad
vanced from .10 to 40 points daily,
showed hourly rises of more than
Kill points. At one tunc it stood at
2,(XM) marks. Foreign currencies were
almost unobtainable, nobody being
willing to sell them.
Commercial bargains tietween
produrcrs, wholesalers and consum-
ers, according to tne ueruncr iage-
blatt are being increasingly transact
ed on the basis of the dollar quota
tion. The newspapers say that a
number of the small banking firms
and some brokers are in difficulties
owing to their obligations in foreign
currencies. 1 he issues of money or
ders for foreign countries has been
The Voerwaerts announces that
representatives of the leading trades
unions intend to immediately visit
Chancellor Wirth and urge that the
government adopt energetic meas
ures to prevent the collapse of the
whole economic life of the country.
Fmerpe From SitIumhii Fol
lowing S la i up; of Michael
Collin TIiiuhim1 iew
II. m! of Deail Patriot.
r.ond,.ii, Aug. JS.-fltv A. !'.)
Tallinn ile ali ta, Irith republican
Iraih r, lui emerged from teilllkioil
mice the ibaih of Michael Collnu
and ii reported to be active with a
laige f"iee rebel, the llclfast rr
n tpotidrnt for the - veiling News
today xaid be bad learned.
Dublin, Aug. 25. The holy of
Michael Collin lay on its bier in
Dublin rily ball today while sorrow
ing liikbmen of all rlaori and erred
filed pat for a last look at the fea
tures art in the look of determined
defiance with which the free state
commander in chief faced his foes to
I!rlf.t. Aug. 25 -(l!y A. P J-Na-tiotial
army troops tod.iv raptured
the towns of Kiurale and Duniian-
way, the but two position held by
lrih irregular in County Cork, ac
curding to advice received here.
Dublin, Aug. 25 The postponed
meeting of the Dail l insmi will be
held September 'J, instead ot Septem
ber 7, as previous announced.
Cork. Aug. 25 Tom Male, who
lid and accepted the responsibility
fr the ambush which killed Michael
Collins, repudiated it today, threw
Funeral tu He HeM for Thu
ietinii of Cur Archleut
Pe.hler, Neb., Aur. 25 (Social
Tvlrgraui.) The funeral i( Mr.
I!. C. Sturve and her 13 year-old
r'aiighter, Vrlma, who were pinned
under t lie i r automobile and diounrj
in the t.ittle Hlue river four mile
ct of Drtliler wliru the tar, driven
by Mr, Mruvr, went over the bank,
will be held Saturday afternoon. Mr.
Mruvr, who became iiiicoiucious lor
.'4 hour after be extricated himself
and suiumoiK'il Mp, bat rallied and
i ev)ntri to recover.
Frank Harrison Quits
State for California
Lincoln. Aug. 2' (special )
Tr ink A. Mrrioit, globe trotter, and
well-known Nthratka (uditiiun, an
nouiltrd tod be intended In leave
Nchrask and make I aMornu hi
home. It i hi m to ruhlih
Nebraska tolony near dranada paik,
4 suburb of t.u Augele.
Marrisoii rcrcntlv reignej fioui
the lliailuii ioniniitut at Vah
iiiKtou, D. C, after a lively ir.n
with other member over their al
iened laihire tu handle the dollar
I entrusted to them m hue with Mam-
Marrwon ws Nebrk Hummr "I
lie lliram lobnon tampaista for
prrtident andliuiua' t he cmf u
OK elulor llrolge Norn..
Kearney (ilumlser tJs
Annual I'tcnie at Camp
Kearney, Neb.. Aug. .'5 -Opr.
t even buiulird attended Ihe
I handier id i'onnuerte aumut
ine, held at Hoy Scout ramp m
rieanton t'n year. De iie ti e
ii. tense brat euoiinou crowds lioni
Itatttmouth and nearby town
'joined the bumir.i men in ther
celebration. the state iintuiri
school band furnished music br Hie
Thin is the home of Chin Gin, lead
er of Omaha celestial, and owner of
the Mandarin and King Cong rales.
The babies are now 0 week old,
One is a grandson of Chin Cin,
born to the la'.ter's son, Jimmie Chin,
and Chin Yuen Tuck, whom be
brought a a stride from China, a year
The other i the son of Won Fook,
proprietor of the Jan(f Chang Chinese
grocery store at I2J North Twelfth
street, who with bis wife, Chce Chin,
lives at the Chin (iin home.
J i in in ie Chin's baby. Dick, won by
12 hours the race with Won 1'ook's
baby, Jack, to reach this mundane
sphere. Dick arrived the morning of
July 14 and Jack that night.
Jimmie Chin is a brother of Mabel
Chin, married t Howard Moy of
Chicago l.tt fall in the fashionable
First Tresbyterian church. It was
the first Chinese wedding celebrated
in American fashion here.
Thousand Drive to Gibbon
for Annual A.O.U.W. Picnic
Gibbon, Neb., Aug. 25. (Special,)
The second annual picnic of the
A. O. U. W. lodges of Shelton,
Kim Creek, Kearney, i'rosser, Wood
River, Alda, Grand Island and Gib
bon was held at Davis park here.
People drove in by the thousands.
The principal address of the after
noon was given by Grand Masttr
John Stevens of Heaver City.
From Convict Hunt
Lincoln, Aug. 25. (Sperial.) I'hil
Hross, secretary of finance, an
nounced u.day that State Sheriff (in
Hytrs, Warden W. T. Fentou and
Game Warden George Koster, had
been ordered to return to Lincoln.
'Ihe three nun left yesterday for
northern Nebraska to assist South
Dakota officials in the hunt for four
escaped convicts from the South Da
kota penitentiary. When the state
olficiali arrived at Hutte, Neb., lat
night they learned the convicts bail
iccrossed the Nebraska line and were
again in South jJakota. Jiross told
the in to return.
New Courthouse Accepted
by Garden County Hoard
Osbkosh, Neb. Aug. 25. (Spe
cial.) The board of county com
missioners officially accepted the new
courthouse, the first permanent home
for Garden rounty officials, today.
The furniture has been purchased
and a part of the building will be oc-
rupied next week, the rest to be orrit
picd as soon as the fixtn; s arrive.
Odell Pastor Ketsigiu
Beatrice, Neb., Aug. 25. (Special.)
Rev. G. O. Bell, who has been pas
tor of the Christian church at Odell
the past 'four yearslias tendered his
resignation. He has not yet decided
on a location.
Ws CImii a Prrs Men's 1 eft
Two mr Thr.. Fic. Suits lor PW
At pr rrtvn chsrirts nn out-of-town
CMpee tr tarrl pot ihtpmrnts.
Oft. Climsrs, Mitwrs, Fsrrlsrt, Tsllws,
Mhs Clmrs u4 Celt tleras Is'
1217 FAHSMM St. AltAKIIC 14l
like a diffhntt person since
cleared away that
"I had suffered from eczema so long
I didn't believe anything would over
come it, but the runt time 1 used Resi
nol it stopped the itching, and now my
skin is entirely clear."
Thit If th uHnr of thnnf
sniti who hsve "d KmSosI sni
Iwow (kl ls f o (Jr. )wUa( iu
Uriala tr'iin ttn tm ovftrrinna
Man Seriouhly Injured by
High Tenbion Power Line
Kearney, Neb., Aug. 25. (Spe
cial.) Dick Colby, employed by
the Central I'ower company, was
badly injured when he came in con
tact with a high tension wire, carry
ing 2,300 volts. Colby, with a crew
ot men. was repairing damage caused
by Tuesday's storm. His right hand
was badly burned, other injuries be
ing sustained when be fell about 15
feet. It is feared the shock may
leave permanent effects.
County Treasurers tr Open
Meet in Sidney August 29
Sidney, Neb., Aug. 25. (Special.)
The 1.1th convention of county
treasurers of Nebraska will open in
Sidney, August 29, and last three
days. Many are traveling by auto
and will meet in North Platte, August
28, and come to Sidney in a body.
From Sidney they wrll proceed to
Scottsbluff and be shown the valley.
live in Chicago.
Loop Aerial -A number ot" turn
ot wire wound upon a framework.
Strongest s gnali are received when
the plan cf H roil it in the three
t on of the transmitting station, so
that this type t aerial Msetr !
t:ahe properiie at a direction Imdcr.
When connected to ery sensitive
circuits using an plitication thit form
! antttiiu will tecrive tadui signal
bom lng distance.
Honeycomb Cot's A form td
tuning inductance (niuittitig ol a rod
a., wound at M reduce the dumb
tiled rapa.Hr to a minimum. I h is
act.iiiipiishfd by crotsicg the turns
i one laver mrr the prcifdw Uvrr
at an f. 1 hi !i' ol toil is
vsutitv (-instructed in unit having
it ti.-Kiil number el turn so Ibjt
ooU.irt ttuiit tiuy be Mlecte.t for
t srn iiUr tai ( W b'PCbl.
Jtti --W hm an a.'v'tiitiu'atKsn ( I
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'ii fiml m a s' iiji -r gi n.imj
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; 1012-Dou$ta3 St
I hi opened a
: Stella Shanahan
f ormei ly itK
You Thrifty Folks
This Kind of a Sale
We offer the opportunity of practicing genuine economy in
the home laundry. The Automatic Washer is one of the newest,
best liked electric machines in the Omaha market, in spite of
the fact that it averages about $15 less in price than other good
You who have had previous ( x
perience with electric washers
know the following points
mean lasting economy and
Straight side, Inre capacity cop
Malleable iron gears at point', of
Solid cast aluminum top.
on wringer post, not
Eatra large, easy-rolling castors.
Steel extension bench for tuba.
This sale ic noarinir ll tnd, and new shijunenU to replenish
our low stock nrt hartl to obtain. We there-fore recommend
Terms: $5 Down$5 Per Month
Saturday Sale of High Grade
L1UU iJllU LO
at a Remarkably Low Price
200 dozen of the choicest shirts samples and short
lots, we have been able to offer in many years
Fiber Stripes Reps Woven Madras
l.Povlins Corded Madras Printed Madras
Pongees Bedford Cords
These cloths give an idea of the splendid variety in this collection and
the styles include neckband, collars attached and collars to matcn.
Elder shirts are made of first quality materials that will wash and
wear well. The workmanship i3 of the finest and the shirts are well cut.
There is a style and pattern to suit most every taste.
Main Floor South
.Men's and Young Men's Caps
1.50 and 2.00 Values. QCn
On sale Saturday, each, 2OC
A special purchase, secured by our immeriBe purchasing power, makes this
sale possible. 1,200 caps received from one of America s finest cap makers at a
ridiculously low price. All m the new, large, one-piece top golf style. All made
of fine all-wool fabrics. All hand-stitchd caps. All full silk lined. Suiting ef
fects in light and dark, plain or checked patterns. A limited quantity of fine
tweeds. The selection is great and so fine that we can safely guarantee to suit
every individual taste.
Caps for Business Wear
Caps for Street Wear
Caps for Sport Wear
Caps for men of all ages. Sizes 6 to 7Y2.
This is a chance to secure a high-grade cap at so low a price tb -it vou can
not afford to miss it.
2,000 Pairs Men's and Young Men's
High Grade Trousers
In Three Low-Priced Groups
With our immense buying power, we purchased this large Quantity
and are passing the savings on to our customers. All of these trousers are
of the finest quality and are divided into three groups.
Men's Trousers in
cheviots and cassi
of fine patterns to select from. All
are perfectly tailored. For dress or
work wear. Sizes 28 to 36. Plain
or cuff bottoms. Values 4.00 to 5.00.
This sale, per pair, 2.95
Men's and Young
's Dress Trousers
Worsteds, c a s s i-
meres, and cheviots.
Striped and suiting
models. Perfect in tailoring and con
struction. Also a limited quantity of
all-wool tweed golf knickers- All sizes
from 28 to 50 waist. Any length. Hun
dreds of fine patterns to select from.
Values 5.00 to 6.50. This sale, pair, 3.95.
4 Qr Men's and l oung Men's Trousers Beautiful all-wool tweeds,
strictly all-wool fine worsteds and neat cassimeres, all-wool
English serges in solid blue, gray and black; in this group
are also a limited quantity of fine moleskin. whiDCord and
corduroy riding breeches; trousers are guaranteed perfect in fit and con
struction; all sizes, 28 to 50 waist; a most wonderful assortment to choose
from ; 7.00 to 8.00 values.
Trousers for Dress Wear Trousers for Business Wear Trousers for
Sports Wear Dring your old coat and get a good match for it. Sizes for
men ana young men.
Special Selling of 500 Pairs
Men's and Young Men's
New Fall High Shoes
Per Pair, J
In Dark Brown Calfskin.
Kuher th new tnal te or r'ntluh
lt. IWiuhcr or tJoJvar MiUheil
r It soli- ami rutbr hfeU,
Clearance Sale of
Men s Summer Shoes
Mns White anj palm Beach Colored
Cantas Oford With oak leather
ales, tlooilyrar welt stitched.
Men's Wkito Canvas "Rsi.nf
With rubier sole and
herU, deduced t
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