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THE SUNDAY BEE: OMAHA, AUGUST 27. 1922.
Bolted at Meet
by Third Party
Sute Eimitive Committfe of
Prngrrikivri ami Imurtrnt
l.ttgum Launrh Imle
peo!f nt SUle.
Crn! Itland, Neb, Aut- 2
The nnnprlinn egu ticket w
tolled heft lt! night by the Hid
laerutiv committee of the progrttt
ivt party, which, with lnurgnt
nifnilirrt of Iht Irague, met and put
in independent slat in th field.
Th randidatrl (elected were
drawn from lrgue ami labor rink
and were named (or office for whirh
no candidate were nominated in
the tate-wide primarir.
Henry I'armeutrr of YuUrt, uni
vernly graduate farmer, finance of
firer of the Farmer' union credit
bureau and member of the. non
partitan league, waa picked by the
boiling progretovr t( their and
data for governor.
J. M. i'aul of Harvard, leaguer,
univernty graduate, farmer, lawyer
and huiband of F.nima H. I'aul,
moot candidate for aerretary of
atate, waa nominated for attorney
Ed Shugoue of Red Willow, farm
er leaguer and defeated candidate
for land commiaiioner, wa picked
for their candidate for treaiurrr,
Mr i. Mary Aatell of North I'latte,
executive committeeman of the pro
grenivc party, wife of a railroad en
gineer, waa nominated for land com-
Clyde Fernandez of Omaha, an en
gineer for the Union I'acific, waa
nominated for railway commiitioner.
The progreailvea took no action to
ward nominating candidate for
United Statea aenator. Judge Arthur
Wiay of York, progreitive nominee
for that office, told the Nonpartisan
(ague in convention here yesterday
thai every member of hia family ex
pected to vote for R. B. Howell, the
republican nominee for aenator. That
statement and kindred remark were
accepted by virtually everyone ex
cept the progresalve atate executive
committee aa meaning a withdrawal.
The progreaiivee, however, took the
position that fudge Wray had not
withdrawn and did not name a can
didate to lake hia place.
Judire Wray'a atatement of with-
. drawal before the leaguer' conven
tion waa in favor of Mr. Howell. In
making it he aaid he felt he ahould
not let perional considerations ataud
in the way of party auccesi.
Causes 3 Ford
Plants to Close
"One Big Union" Urged
by William Z. Foster
Chicgo, Aug"loT-(Bf A. P.)-
Amalgamation of all labor unioni
waa declared to h the principal ob.
jeci of the Trade Union Flncational
Uagiie at outlined by William 7..
Koter, tcrretury and chief eaecu
t:ve, today More the second annual
meeting. He plainly declared that of the convention which w ex-1 principally (rum the niii central
the membership wa competed cl'j ertej to continue through tmur-! ttr, although aome f4in from the
aymticalitt. anarchist, comniunin row. No attempt at lerrecv wat l antic mi.t.
and other radical. mad. It wai believed that federal , Fi..ier, who it at Id my on (mild
About 1.5 reraon. Including atirntt and nlw ilrlrrlivn milni.tr. t I n.n.l.ii j I.,,.,, ,. ii I ...
nrn women, :ienuri me retiion i i it nnrgatr were aai to
arrjignwriit on a charge of violat
ing t!ie t4t ivnd4-iliiii act under
v In. h 17 other alli'grd radical are
hrld at St. J"ipli, Mich., denied
lh.it be attriidsd the meeting ol re.li-
com I rant (! bit triiuival to Mi.luKn luncaU it tin 'h'rman, Midi, Ut Mon
day and TuetJay, retulting in raid
by federal and tut agent.
A picture c.f Pretident Harding in
aition wa wireleued from An
napub to I'aria in iO minute.
. Detroit, Aug. 26. The Ford Motor
company plants at Highland Park,
Dearborn and River Rouge, suburb,
will close down September 16, be
cause of lack of coal, it wa announc
ed by Henry Ford today. The u
pcnsion will affect upward of 50,000
worker, in the three plant and in-
directly tevcral hundred thousand
other throughout the country.
Assembly plant of the Ford com
pany throughout the country also
will be closed, it wa stated, bringing
the number of atrictly Ford employ-
affected by the suspension to approx
imately 85.0UO. Other affected are
employes of concern dependent upon
Explaining the order to close the
plants, Mr. Ford said that by Sep
tember 16 the company's reserve
sock of fuel will have been exhausted
and only sufficient fuel will be left
to keep the furnaces and oven warm.
"Consequently," he said, "we will
close down the entire plant on Sep
Shutdown of the Omaha plant of
the Ford Motor company would af
fect 400 employes, according to W.
A. Russell, manager. He seemed sur
prised to learn of the dispatch that
all Ford plants would be shut down.
"I talked over long distance phone
with Detroit this morning," stated
Mr. Russell, "and received no word
of the matter. However, it is con
templated that several departments
may be discontinued temporarily. It
was only recently that the plant in
Detroit changed their furnaces to
the oil burning type because of the
Capsizes and Sinks
Hrcst, Aug. 26. (By A. P.) The
French dreadnaught. France, has
raptiied and is sinking in 10 fathoms
of water irt Quiheron bay, after trik
ing a rock. The number of casualties
The French dreadnaught, France,
wa completed in November, W2.
and ha normal ditnlacement of
ton. She it 544 feet in length
with a beam of 8?!i feet and came
a crew of 1,108 men.
Pari. Aut 26. Th French
dradntught, France, ran atbor on
entering yuibcron bay alter a night
practice, th navy department an
nounced today. !b ttruck a tnag
ami i borne by lb cutrrnt toward
Ih Tr'gn.mtt rtK-ks. where h
anchored, at b wt ttiuM la
maneuver ouing ti S acii!eit.
At'CArJing the Utel nt the
drra.liuunM opturd and it mk n j
It I wiutrbcia.ljf iwrtl that tne
trench nuiiiii, Parit an I StraiWg, j
t.n k c :t lb cr.
rr., Autf :v7ii a n-rii.
tm nfm! iii h stew il tK j
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In tho ntw one pfeee golf
hgpet; n!emliir linptl.
Made cf ill-wool aultlngx to
match th new full suit. All
size nl coloring.
School Opening sale Begins Monday
T5 77r tsp a- -yr$ n " Si
a tall Oiv I-tlir llnad.
hand awo glo. Kagu- 1 fl
tar print I to, pacta, i,tmJ
rwn tr llaok Iih latl 9A
Olore. 76o alua, bow,
au lall ata 1 f) 9t
specially priced 1UC M'
a aliaMade of tmX alios
leather, specially priced for Moo-
10c, 19c 39c
Main Flaer Arcade
Having your hair bobbed la
merry buitne In our Third
Floor Shop, for every lltU tot I
entitled to ride on the galloping
ponies a a reward or merit.
Mothers will find till a pUasant
and convenient place to bring
the children and a staff of au
women barber In- ry
auroa prompt aervlce. jhP
It coata only,
T MM V aT M I 1 W aTl W WW M . MM 11 f I m
ummmsmm Wmm van BwafeH 6Li.iagM 2.75'
I Mwmm ikJi Matn Fl.or-E,.t.
For Horn U$
U'l tuy to bob tha ehfl
dren'i h1 r at home with
these elipprra which r the
aamn kiml th barber uaea.
For Boy 1 and Girls
Mothers who outfit their children In underwear
here find advantage In the large asiortmcnti, com
plete size rang" and moderate price for standard
Boy' Madium Weight Union Suit Short aleeve,
knee length and closed aeat style In white CQ
or cream. Sizes 4 to 1( years. Special, OtC
Girls Union Suits Made of fine cotton yarn with
half sleevea or no alneves, drop or cloned 1 ((
seat stylo. Sizes 2 to 13 yean, suit, leUU
Third Floor Center
Children's Taped Want "Nazareth" waist
made of good quality cotton yarn with
ttrongly taped-on button. Size 2
to It years. Specially priced Monday
Boys' and Girl' Union Suit Sample of
knitted and muslin union lulls In Munalng
wear, Madison Mills and Minneapolis brands.
Suits regularly worth 75c to 1.25. rn
Specially priced for Monday's selling, UUt
Dr. Denton's Sleeping Garment All sixes from 0
to 9 years. Regularly worth 1.25 to 1.75,
specially priced for Monday at, each,
Third Floor Centar
Allen A Black Cat Hosiery lor Children la made
of specially electod yarns and la unusually strong
in construction throughout. Reinforcement o clev
erly incorporated Into the becla and toeg of the
hoe aa to be ar.arcely noticeable, insure lasting
wear and avoid unpleasant lumps.
Allen A Blsck Cat Hoe In fine or heavy rib, made
of extra strong yarns and reinforced at all points
of wear. In black, white and brown. jq
Sizes 5 to 10; Monday only, per ri'lr, iC
Other Hosiery Priced at 50c
to 1.75 per pair
Main Floor North
Buster Brown Shoes
For Boys and Girls
A "good understanding" is essential to happy school
days, whether it be in arithmetic or shoos. Buster
Brown shoes are long wearing, comfortable and good
looking. New Fall prices prevail on these shofs, and
a few outstanding values are listed here.
Brown Calfskin Boots
A laced style with broad or tapering toe.
5 to 8-year sizes, tA to 11. A Cf
New fall price, per jrtlr, TTeOU
9 to 12-year sizes, 11 to 1
New fall price, per pair,
Growing girls' flies, thi to 7.
New fall price, per pair,
Black Gun Metal Boots
Lace atyle with Indestructible toe caps; also pat
ent vamp and black kid top ahoes In either but
ton or lace style. For boys or girls up to 12
years, priced same as above.
Brown Calf Oxfords
Or strap effects. With broad or tapering toes.
The amart thing to wear with woolen socks for
6 to 8-year sizes, t to 11. A f (
Specially priced for Monday, per pair, X.J
9 to 12 year sire, 11H to 2. J? f(
Specially priced for Monday, per pair, O.UU
Growing glr' sizes, 2V4 to 7. ff
Specially priced for Monday, per pair, D.Ul
Gun Metal or Patent Oxfords
Or strap effects. For boys or girls up to 12
years, priced same as above.
Patent Leather Shoes
Patent Mary Jane Slippers
5 to 8-year sizes, 8'4 to 11, o f
new fall prices, per pair, 5OU
9 to 12-year sizes, 11 14 to 2, A nf
new fall prices, per pair, LTtO
Growing girls' sizes, 2 to 7, C Aft
new fall prices, per pair, O.UU
Patent Two-Strap Sandals
2 to 4 year sizes, 6 to 8, Q 7C
new fall prices, per pair, t I O
5 to 8-year sizes, S'4 to 11, o f"
new fall prices, per pair, J.OU
9 to 12-year sizes, 11 to 2, A ff
new fall prices, per pair, T.UU
We also have a complete line of Infants' First Step Shoes in various
leathers -White, black or brown, kid, patent vamps with black O AA
or white kid tops button style only, per pair dvJl
Third Floor Eaat
Chamoli.tt. Two-CHip Glov Waaliab!
and particularly coiiifurtabla are nr
theae fabric gloves In white, beaver OOC
811k TwoClstp Cloy For Immediate
wear thee pretty gloves In white, gray,
lunatic, brown and beaver are fr
suggeated. Specially priced, pair, 1 UU
P.rrln' Capetkln Glov Made of tplnndbi
pliant quality rape kln, pique Q ff
seam. In beaver, tan and gray, wtwv
Imported Kid Glov An exquisite little glove of
French kid In the two-clasp style with dainty over
aewn a-ani in tan, niodo, brown or gray. OOC
Specially priced In this telling, pair, .0
Main Floor North
For Boys and Girls
Youngatera are apt to be a bit faarum acanua arbont
their kerchiefs but when school Uma come every
fellow needs a good supply all his own. '7.
Boys' Initial Handkerchltfi. d-&r
The woven and colored borders, tha narrow, qtsar
ter-lncb bem and fin cambrlo make q
the a corking handkerchief, priced at, 1C
Boyi and Girls' School Handktrcbiefi
Boy' are all whit or while with color4 border!.
The girls' are whlta with colored bor 4 Ol .
ders. splendid value when priced at, 1 2C
Numeroui Other Btyle
or handkerchiefs for ohlldren la 1 Tr
white and colors shown, at, llC) 'OC
For the Flippant Flapper
Peter Tan Collars and Cuff3 are
pre-eminently the style for youth,
and school girls like them par
ticularly for sweaters. Lmbroid
ercd organdy sets in 5 different
designs afford a choice in an
Main Floor East
Girls' Wool Jersey
The Jersey dress is a great fa
vorite for practical wear be
cause it is so soft and comfort
able and requires little press
ing. These come in pretty Autumn
shades of henna, brown and navy
and arc attractively embroidered
in yarn. Sizes fi to 14 years.
Priced at 5.95
S.eond Floor W. it
Supplies are tha pupil's tools and he needs to be well equipped. Some of the things
which must be ready for the first day are suggested below:
Rubber Erasers 1 to 55
Art Gum !.' 5e) to 10
Book Straps 10t to 25$
Slates 250 to 58
Pencil Outfits i...29f to 1.98
Lead Pencils 2? to 5?
Fountain Fens 1.50 and up
Pen Holders 3f and 5f
Hlttory Notebook Cover Including rlnm OQ
and 100 sheets of paper, priced, each,
Pencil Sharpeners lOf to 98?
School Bags 25?
School Dictionaries 50?
Spelling Tablet 5?
Compositon Books 5?
Pencil Tablet 5?
Combination Writing Tablet, Papr, En. 1 fr
vtlop.i, Pn and Pencil, specially priced,
Stationary Department Main Floor North
Onc-picce or two-piece dresses of navy
blue sergo with braid trimmed sailor
collars, some with generous pockets
,"tul sleeve emblems. Nothing more
serviceable and becoming has ever been
designed for the school girl. That is
why they have been adopted as regula
tions dress in many schools. Sizes
f. to 14.
Monday3.95 to 6.95
8cond Floor Wot
School Opening Items That Are Specially Priced for Monday Only
Saucy Little School Hats
To Cover Win Heads
It ajtrwd that hat yutl have ln. ynur tid t In
portant In the ra of tl tMcbr, but ht you ha
on your head I Important In the eyr r-f the whole wort!
VN have a mut lrmlld roll.rliun of Iihi l, ft.r
fitl fu'i.i I to tl )t,. N'4(y I1I1U tarn fur tli unmll
ttil in rrl"t. blu and tan. h!l fit an I fnH hau .tt
r.th..h 4 tirl. ii. fitihing fur th y m 11m up
to II .(,
Special Monday at 1.95
ad Fir.tt, ,
Girls' Pretty New
We sr (i.iuring eler Utile t)lr In glughaut at mJ a
lor rlt thai vry ihM laxl uiay Jutn tn. army of
glntbam fto.-ad ai-inxil Hmill rhera and ctn.d
j;.ii.l tf enry hue a. ir In ( fimu i t.t II )n.
Monday at 1.19
S.i."4 ler .W.h
itrli"tly U wool faliries; new, rlrver itiodi'I,
nnnj'py tn. nriiriitiil lf.slnti both trmiscr are full
llr.i'd. All ktruiit jxitnta nro rciuf'Tcrd. In ltht
aiivl dark twoedi ttH rluvint in ii-w ljiti
p.ttti-rtia. 'ui, H In H
Tht utrs pair of (return menu tUntble vkenr.
Special, at 9.75
Boys' Durable School
l ull fiit, at.c -lard tiinV'i prrfct in f t and con
kiriu ti'iii i rf mranti fd fut pulur fine emmt per
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