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.HE OMAHA PKE: Tl'KMUV. AUGUST 29. Wt.
Senate Asked to
of Railway Chiefs
Union Lradrr Charges Rrjrc
lion of Vec I'ropoiaU IWe
Not Hrprr ttnt Majority
Stw Voik, Aut. 2 -l(B A. D
Iniiglion of the Auoriation '
Railway eutiv of tli l'iiiil
Mat rnaf dirrrtly r poniill
for the failur to end (lie railroad
ahnpmrn'a atria. n murHH in a
flrr.m irnl lir John J. Dowd,
chairman of tli rntral trik com
niiiir lor ih Metropolitan diatrii t.
In Allirrl H. I'unimina, chairman of
th IntcriUt Commerce commute
of Ih fiut.
After tuuKMtitiK that Ih commit
tee inveitinate the aooriation "in
it relation in Ihe prent ho.nien'
link and of if nrgamration and
aiiiviiir in general" the telegram
''Thu group of individual! ha ef
fectually jrvrntcd a rttli-mrnt of
the railroad atrikc, rvrn nhrn inch
a aettlrmrnt urgently retirted
by th prcnidrnt of the I'mied
State and agreed upon by the umont
Two Men in Control
Aliening that the rejection of
mediation (iropotali by the railway
executive! did not represent the opin
ion of a majority, the telegram added:
"The evidence i overwhelming
that the proceeding of thit atnoci
ation have for the lat year hern
manipulated and controlled, contrary
to the bent interri of- the railro.vlt
and the public, by T. Uewitt (,'uyler
and I, F. Iore. An examination of
individual meinbera of thia atioci
ation on the witnesa atand would re
eal a aituation that would atartle
the country and prove of inr utimable
benefit both to the American rail
road industry and to the public at
Commenting on the telegram,
Chairman Dowd aaid:
"There never can be peace in the
railroad iuduatry while the Associa
tion of Railway Executive continue
to exist, "litre i a union more dan
geroui than any labor union could
ever be. The nienibrr of thi inner
circle are out to enUblish the open
(hop on American railroad.
"It in four week now linre it
union defied the nation. Since then it
h cloned the door upon any poi
bility of peace. It ia thi one union
that it beyond all public control."
Asks Alimony Cut
llamls Wife $200 in Court
room Invite's Yoting Son
r 41 I! J-
ior Airoiane iviuc.
Andrew Nielsen, parson-aviator,
Stepped into domestic relation court
promptly at 2 o'clock yesterday aft
ernoon on a little matter of overdue
alimony payments. His wife, a pret
ty, slender woman with auburn hair,
and their two children, were there.
"Andy" awkwardly approached them
and, without looking at hi wife,
ipoke to the little boy.
"Going to take an airplane ride
with me omtime?" he asked,
beaming upon the boy.
"If mamma lets me," aid the lad,
twisting bashfully in his chair.
To Judge Sear then Nielsen
aaid: "I have $-'00 here," and he
added in a shaky voire, "Judge, I
think my alimony ought to be re
duced to $100 a month."
"Well, you give her what you've
got and we'll talk that over later,"
(.aid the judge. Nielsen handed over
the $-'00 to his wife and left.
Conditions at Ellis Inland
Protested by Australians
Sydney, Aug. 28. There is con
tinued Australian criticism of the im
migration o,uota system and condi
tion at Ellit Island. The Sydney
"America in a wealthy, enterpris
ing nation, and it is a pity she doe
not keep her front doorstep clean.
We are continuously hearing from
i Australian visitors of the filthy con
ditions at Ellis Island. Mrs. Blanche
Cooper, an Australian woman, wa
refused entrance owing to the Aus
tralian quota being reached, and was
compelled to remain on the island a
fortnight, associate with the scum of
the earth, sleep on dirty blanket
with no pillow and with no facilities
for washing her clothes.
"Clearly, America has not awak
ened to the fart that under the quota
regulations the entrance of respecta
ble immigrant involve that accom
modations should be provided ac
cordingly. When the I'nitrd States
was invaded by undesirables from
Poland and the Halkan countries,
condition were a scandal and now
they ar a good deal worne. It is
nme Australia kicked about the man
ner in which her national art
Kttolution of ThaitVi
Adopt, liy Luther league
The Omaha 1'ncult of the Young
VtOtflr'a I ulher league, whivh hM
a convention ai Our avwr church
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Dawes May Head Rails
Under Control of U. S.
Washington. Aug. 28. (Special
Telegram.; Either lien. John J.
I'ershing or Crn. Charlet (i. Dawet
of Chirago may head the railroads of
the country in the event it hould
become neresary for the govern
ment to lake them over in order fo
insure transportation and especially
to facilitate the shipment of roal.
Both men ate known to be under
consideration by administration ad
visor who are aiding the president in
looking about fur the best available
The choice would be made be
cauke of the outstanding recognition
of both a skilled organizer, and
because it is believed the country
would have confidence in tliein.
Jailed 10 Days for
McCook Man Sentenced for
Violating Federal Court
"I threw a brick," Henry Cie of
McCook, Neb., admitted to Federal
Judge Woodrough, yesterday.
For violating the strike injunction
order in thi fashion, the judge en
tenred Gie to 10 day in jail, retro
active to August 24, the day he was
The mitsile wa aimed at a special
dfputy marshal, Gie further ac
knowledged. Ca of V. L. Jackson and H. J.
Goss, Alliance brakemen, charged
with an assault on Richard Hurley,
Rurlington shopman, by blindfolding
him, forcing him barefooted over
cocklehurrs and throwing him into a
pool of water, wa continued until
today, defense counsel asking more
time to bring witnesses.
The case of A. E. McDonald. Ar
dell Shayen and Fred Schlecht of
McCook also was continued.
Hitchcock and Bryan
Formally Bury Hatchet
Omaha Be iMMd Wtr.
Washington, Aug. 28.William
Jennings Bryan and Senator Hitch
cock, Nebraska, beitter enemie for
year, formally buried the hatchet
After an estrangement of IS years,
Mr. Bryan, beaming in hi most ex
pansive manner, went to Mr. Hitch
cork' office at the capitol, and was
ushered immediately intp the private
sanctum where the senator was
The term of the peace pact are
simple. Mr. Hitchcock' is running
for re-election to the senate thi year
and needs all the help he can get
from Mr. Bryan or anyone else, be
cause lie has a rip-snortin' progres
sive republican, named R. B. Howell,
running against him...
Mr. Bryan is ready to extend this
support, in return for which Mr.
Hitchcock will tell his henchmen in
various parts of the state to do their
level best to help elect Mr. Bryan's
"Brother Charlies," who it running
lor the governorship. - .
Merrick County Claims
The Reduction Record
Grand Island. Neb., Aug. 28
(Special.) Merrick county, Hall
eastern neighbor, claim the record
for tax reduction. The board of
supervisors has reduced the lew
from a total of $91,874 last year to
$31 .91 8 for thi year, a saving of
sy,9S6. Kigid economies have been
introduced to make this possible.
Declared on Freight
The Missouri Pacific railroad de
clared yesterday an embargo on
freight between Omaha and Kansas
City. Trains have been running
nearer schedule out of the Union
station the last two days.
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Nehratka leputy Game War
den and Iowan Overrun
redeitrian l hile Crazed
Griiwold, la, Aug . (Special
Telegram.) '1 he mixing of two di-
iillatet, gasoline and hootch, caused
rrauc Kraeiner, a wrtlern Iowa
character, and K. K. Sawyer, deputy
gt.ne warden of Nebraska, lo go on
a rampage here thu morning. Krae
nier, fallowing an altercation with
relatives, accompanied by Sawyer,
drove hi coupe down Ihe
mam street at terrific p-cd. Pedes
trian and police were forced to seek
cover to escape troin the zigzag
court of the hootch-craird driver.
George Barnes, 60, wrll known
merchant was struck and hurted 20
feet into the air and was left for dead.
He he at hit home in serious con
A poite of I DO citizens and farm
era were organized and gave pursuit
for 20 miles. Kraemer skidded and
went into the ditch at Atlantic, near
th place Sheriff McKee was waiting
for him. Following the crash, a 20
gallon keg of moorslune wa hurled
through the roof of the sedan. Both
mern took refuge in a cornfield.
A man hunt latting an hour took
place before their capture was ef
fected. The couple are lodged in the
Cast county jail awaiting the out
come of the injuries of Barnr. Krae
mer is a former Atlantic man and
Sawyer is a resident of Omaha.
In 17 Counties
Salutary F.ffect of Special
Session of Legislature
Shown in Reportt.
Lincoln, Aug. 29. (Special.)
Salutary effect of the special tession
of the legislature called by Governor
McKelvie which cut the 1922 tlx
levy 33 T-3 per cent is thown in a
majority of report of levie by 17
countie received by W. II. Oaborne,
tate tax commissioner. Compara
tive tatement of levies for 1922 and
1921 received by Osborne, to date,
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Man Cranki Auto in Gear;
Probably Fatally Hurt
Fall City, Neb., Aug. 28. (Spe
cial.) A. Bahr, foreman with a pav
ing outfit engaged on a local project,
is at the point of death a a result
of having been run over by hit own
car which he wa trying to crank
while it apparently was in gear. The
car dragged him 100 yard before
brought to a halt. Bahr suffered
a broken leg three week ago while
working on a "clam shell," one of
the machines used by the paving
Farmer Badly Cored in Leg
When Attacked by Mad Bull
Tecumseh, Neb., Aug. 28. (Spe
cial.) Henry Antholtz, a middle
aged farmer living east of Elk ("reek,
was attacked by a vicious bull and
had a hard fight for his life. Mr.
Antholtz, on foot, was driving the
rattle. The bull made an attack and
was fought off, but not before the
animal gored Mr. Antholtz badly
in his left leg. 1
lb Omaha Pet ha arranged
reperioire ol unusual talent ior the
entertainment of radio audiences this
week from stations DV and
I.at pighi't concert from 7 lo I
o'clock Irom WUV featured Mr.
Inlliert 5, Brown, contralto soloist,
tssisitnt leader of music at Ihe
Women's club, and Mrs. Marv Adele
Abbott at the piano, leader of music
at the Women' club. Her it the
"I He tkru.k at V" (CMnti),
'4 Mnl af Sun" lllikl
Tk Mink r Mm a" tlou
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Additional radio program ar
ranged by The Omaha Bee thi
week are a follows;
Tuetday: WDV. 7 to I P. M
Martin Wu kiit, 11, with a repertoire
of niano selection.
Wednesday: WUV. 7 to 8 P, M
Charlet Doihertr of the Ak-Str-Ben
show troupe with a seriet of elocu
Thursday; WDV. 7 to P. M
Mist (irne Fllingion, vocal soloist,
with a list of classical telertiorit.
Friday: WAAW, 8 to 9 P. M.
Program to be announced later.
Saturday: WUV. 7 to 8 I. M
Feature of Hugo Hevn'a orchetra.
Passengers Play Cards
in Cabin of Airplane
Victor II. Roo returned yester
day afternoon from Norfolk, where
his Brllanca airplane easily raptured
the grand prize at the American
Legion aviation meet.
The Bellanra. with W. C. Hopton,
Omaha air mail pilot at the dirk, won
the speed contest for a $200 prize, the
eftivirm y tonietl lor a $il pnr,
'111 gliding foulest f.ir a Jl'l pure
I fli g'd p'ie nophy cup stent lo
the Omaha plane, irwv
! Kd KohUiailt oi Mia. U. won
the ptrihuie jumping onir.t t lr
em laiig and W, I'. Itoliton. a r
mail pilui. won siuni and pdl's
Two air weddings wer relrhialed.
the lt one ir unjy with trrdjia'iin of ihe li p wt our tlub. In
llallii4n, 4M. 4iid Mrs, C. t oil.foil. .' l',,n h' ""!.
,a , . , , , i i . . M'iue at gM"i nine nai, as um iue
M, of A.hl.i,l. Net., the ,o.ilf4.ting:4if lt)M
f.iliet, Jililgr ", T, Xnitell. vet-1 Mi, km., and l llwood aiiom-
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run til ihe mil wtr. tir.l lite I no I
41 n altitude of l.,.iu ;uai leel
j bWe had a diit trip both salt
in ihe BrCama." a d "On
ili way batk ), W. I IUo.nl and I
I plated raids, ju.t as ihuugh ihe
anied Kd and 1'ilot llopson on
A ftpies Ire with a trunk W
feel in diameter runt at anta
Maria dl l ul. M-'to.
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Br Want Ads I'roduce Kettiltt.
A great deal of wom
en's kitchen work is
now done in the spot
less Heinz kitchens.
Bean baking, for in
stance in real dry
heat ovens, the good
with Tomato Senses
r.,. lt .
f.i i.- tk u ihb in !. kia -
heded that ugly skin eruption!
Reaiiaal Olntman heta akin trnt.
lloeit rhal il nltft becom terioua.
Ont smsll pimplt o aright bMrk
mart th rm si besuiiful fact, A patch
tf Itching i.ieni4 or other skin ail
mnt cause rl diKoml.n aiai
Ratinol aeall tsn tlekntaM b
raat It axil ins aamifttt aitdna
asr turh ctMitiuni.
Rninoi Ototraenl s gmatttl by
a tVavtor hf tkt trtmt tf trima
and other tkin altctio, to yun iwtd
r4 ktMaia to u k. At 'l Jibrt,
FOR ITCHING TORTURE
Ut Antiflic liquid Ztmo
Tlti la in ritl that art tarn
till tt at. II. hing ..itiii an4 ra
il. aalit litiuilia. tnj lhal malt
Ih taia) aafl, ! tkt haih.
An ilrusil ran aMiiel t4 llh
l.ltia. whi.kt Hra.r Kl.umil
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I.t.'r aatt t"f lH.Ie 4Ksi skint
oraruira i n tn rw-
I iHttfl III
700 '600 4g5
Tuesday Sale of Notions
Pauliits it Tap l)i aid
trbeue'a Linen Thread Black, whit
and ru. rerilarly I'jc, in
Nt Ortta Lining Black or
while, tlart 14 lo 41
locking rt Black or wlilt,
twlng Machlnt Btlla
Lli't Togtrds Storking protector to be
worn underneath tha atiMklng.
2 palrt for
Pin Cub 100 plot to tha cube, 1 rT
J for AC
Oamtttle Twill Tap 2 bolit
Certtt Laeta yard lacct,
1 "r ., , ,..,,,
Warrtn'a Ftathtebont WTiHt or 1
Mutual Hook and Cya Tap i'er 10
Fancy Frill Carter Clastic All
good color, yard
Ntgtlgit Oirtl With elastic and ?a
four aupportert v "
Blanket Binding Vm Inches wide, JSj
Safety Pint Per
Ta Jay Pressing Cloths SpecUl- )Q
prepared for prettlnf
Darning Silk far
. Scitttrt (loud a(l teUtort, S'a KC
to 7 Inch tici t '''
Mrtrud Stwmg Thrtad All IT
rolort, luuytrd tuiMil
Batting Thrttf Pr rip
Hick'a Ftrftct Hair Curlr q.
I'aikaKa ,. 71'
Chlldrtn't Carttr eitroug, made f
of Jasper elastic, pair, '
Mllward't String Ntdlt 26 to If)-
paper, anrtd or una size
Valval Crip Iswon Corttt Oar. in.
ttra I'alr 1J71'
Hickory Walttt Kor boys and 90-
Chlldrtn't fntf Soa Carttrt 1 1T-
Mrcl Waving Iron 1 n
Importtd String Shopping Bagt 1)a
Octan Prl Button J cardt Qq
Supreme Drtling Pint 300 to tha J
Perfection Shall or Ambr Colortd 1 Qa
Hair Pint Boi
Rtd-E-Trlm Blat Binding It 1flr
trlma at It blndt, bolt xvl
Singtr Sawing Machlnt Oil Per 1fa
Machlnt Ntdla All klndt, par in
Main Floor South
A practical linen towt-1 of tfrol nizc
aiul wt'ipjht that will lauinlcr very
satisfactorily. These nro terninl
roji'i-ts horause of an occasional
lark thread or oil fpot, hut the de
fects are very incunHiiieuous. Ii'f
Main Floor Wt
1500 Yds. All-Silk 32-In.
Pongee 59c Yd.
Thit i niot timiiuftl price fur ailk
pongee and will only be possible while
IhU apocial puri'liue of sonic-l,.ri00 yards
last. Pongee i always in demand for
drapls, for frocks, for shirts and under,
wear, doubtless because it is so satisfae
tory. Its intrinsic worth emphasized by
this low price makes it a very tempting
offer. Telephone and msil orders will
be accepted until the supply is exhausted.
Main Floor Cntr
Closeout of All the Women s
In Our Basement Section
Tuesday J)C Tuesday
In our Basement Section, 434 Summer Frocks
remain but they won't remain long when they
go on sale Tuesday at this triflin gcost. Be on
hand early to select your preference among
printed voiles, Swisses and ginghams in light
or dark colors.
Tuesday at 95c
10.00, 11.95, 12.95
Sizes 6 to 14 Years
Mothers who are preparing their daugh
ters to enter convent schools this fall will
find here a splendid assortment of these
dresses which have been adopted as regu
lation in many schools. They are nicely
tailored in fine French serge, straight
line models with side plaits, belts of self
material with detachable linen collars
Priced at 10.00, 11.95
Stcond Floor West
Girls' Top Coats
Sizes 6 to 16 Years
Swanky models with raglan sleeves in rugged
sport materials. Some are made of double faced
fabric!?, others are lined with suedyne. Sizes 6
to 16 years. ,
Priced 15.00 to 25.00
Seond Floor Wst
Girls' Gingham Dresses
Sizes 6 to 14 Years
Attractive styles for school wear in small
checks, smart plaids and plain colors. Unique
trimming features are displayed in clever pock
eta, sashes and bits of colored embroidery. L
Specially Priced 1.95
Second Floor Wat
Some Real Economies in Boys' Wear
And Boys' "Wear" has a double meaning here. It means clothing that WEARS when a BOY wears
it. Our clothing for boya is just that kind sturdy and well made and full of snappy style, too.
Sizes Seven to Eighteen
The Famous "Wilton"
A Feature in Double Wear
1Mb pairs of knl.kers are full Hne-1. (.'lever
new style in Norfolk suits that uive your W
that snappy, ip-to-late appearand. Many new
Mfa.i in pleated and dport back uiodeK All
wtol fabtv guarantml for wear and a iattfm
selection bound to please every tate.
Kavh suit ith two pain of knlekm. Kach knlker with
di'ublo seat and double kiue. All virgin word fabrics.
Over Prw umdr-U in iport ba'k ffrrts. lMt to matih on
knkktrs. Handsome mw pattrrns. A suit of high
(jra. charaotrr that will aland th hardest wear and th
0uW scat and knre f,-atur mean double wter for each
pair of khicktra. Sim 7 la 1 part.
Boys' Tweed Caps
Td (apt cf fm fskri., itlk
ltnd. Ital ma.'vr js.'f n!4
Uj fu uK nw anils. 1 Aft
A?t ii I r.., a.h, 1 .40
Madras Blouses 95c
1. am if id ttrw pattcma .( fine fast
foUp ntajrat. Nl itripd effect tu
a'l e!.r eomhiHalti.ii, l u'l ut atan
drd nak in foliar aUri 'U,
Boys' Knit Ties
Haiul.ome ftbrr i;k h trulldcr
lnf varU-t,r f lnrljr paifni,
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