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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1922)
Till' OMAHA BKE: SATl'KDAY. JfcPTKMHKK 9. 192
Actions on Saar
Declare Propaganda Ileing
Carried on to Influence
fanrva, Srjf. -(!? A. I'.) A
drfente ol lh trague of ration
council g4'nt criiicum nude
by the Earl of Balfour it the pcn
Ira; of today't teuton in th attrtn
lily of the work accmiilnlirl by the
'1 he advene eriiicitm of the
f-.iin. j'. nii ihod A.itiunt t.e J
miititUitioit of the yur llfy, ai4
the earl, lio fxpUmrd lhl he
MC4kiiig ai member of the eouit-
I but not far thai boJy, Mere th
ru!t of intra propoganila being
ra-rsnl on not only in the aar but
even amniig iUe ptrtuUri ot the
emMy v.i'.h a view ta iniluencmg
the plrlmcit l he held in 1VJS to
drciie the (ovcreigiity t the di
trict. lit apraVing of the rrnomu
nttioit of lr, llritor of firlmin, ai
the r,.rcriitnve of the Jar Valley
Jopututton on the Saar couimimon.
ir. Hector wet charged with
Ijlufynn n adlrrtl Irnin the In
habitant of the Saar to the commit.
ion. The epeakrr laid tht he and
the inarquit impeiiali of Italy had
vnied in the council to replace Dr.
i lector but that the document if
iiriK,n had hrrn translated by an
impartial Dutch trantlater who
und that lr. Il.ciur had given
fatOilul VrM ul it.
The peLrr n-M-ritrJ the charge
nu.le by Dr. i'riijr. Nautrn that
the nation ui the wuild had been
guilty ol fira!tit in rcl.rvmg the
Rui.nn faniiiie, Charity, he mi it,
had doue ail that could be expected.
Drowning to WorC on Plant
for New Automatic Firearm
Ogilrn, t'tah. Srpt. 9 lohn M.
Irowmng of Ogilrn, world famou
firearm inventor. lrf hrrclate ye
terday for Hartford, Conn., to work
on plan fur new automatic rifle
and a new 45 calibre automatic pi
td. Mr. Urowoiiig, according to
fnendt, hope to make hi new ma
chine rifle o that it can be handlrd
a readily a an anny rifle and hi
new .45 calibre pitol an improve
tut tit over lh prrtcitt ilrownrng au
tomatic now urd by the I'nitcd
OtIeia Soviete Declare South
Ruia and Crimea Indc
pentrent Soviet and
London, Sept. 8. Rebellion broke
out in South Ruitia, according to a
HrUinfori dinpatch today to the
Central New via Copenhagrn. The
Odcua tovieti have declared South
Kiit iia and Crimea independent.
There it fighting in many dittriit
between the rebel and the oviet,
the dispatch ttcd The ctw ut
warihip itatmncd at Srbattopol
Uo were reported to be in a ttate
Five Victinu of Wreck
When Traiu Hit 1'npne
Spokane. b. Sept. 8 three
railroad men, including two innii
ber of the crew of the Northern
Tacific pamenger train No. 41. er-
killed and two were fatally injure-!
when the paenger tram collided
head-on with a awttrh engine lam
night at 1'arkwater, four mile eatt
The dead 'are. O. V, Southern
engineer of No. 41: Ed Hodou.
erginrer of the witch engine; Clif
ford N. i'ruilt, fireman on the aw itch
engine; the electrician of the pa
etiger tram, wfcote name ia believed
to be Nowr. and Krnetl I erov, t
liopman employed by the Northern
Announcing or Saturday, September 9tVi
Tlic Opening of Haas Brothers'
Featuring Exclusively and in all Completeness
SUITS - DRESSES
For VVic Stout Woman
A shop that will fill a long-felt want with tht
woman of generous build. A shop which special
izes exclusively in garments of slenderizing effect
for large women. Garments of pleasing style and
One of a few Specialty
Shops of it's kind in
It is true that many stores carry a few stout
garments, but this is a day of specialization,
and we believe that Omaha needs just such
a shop as we open tomorrow.
Garments o slenderizing lines
featured at Haas Brothers
lowest- possible - price policy
The policy of endeavoring to give the
greatest jtieasure of value consistent
with proven quality, is the basis upon
which, the. "Gray. Shop", has, been
Gowns and Dresses Tailored Suits CoatV and Wraps
$2500fc $20000 J5000.$15000 $3500'$200
A Shop or Stout
Women who desire to
be as well dressed as
their slender sisters
The majority of larger women
have always experienoed diffi
culty in securing a really be
coming garment. This new
shop eliminates the necessity
for such experiences in the
An Unusual Service
awaits ihc patrons of
Haas Brothers' "Gray Shop"
Salesladies, who themselves
require large garments, and
who know and appreciate
the advantages of such a
shop, will be at your service.
Garments from 42 to 58
bust, in regular, odd
and half sizes
assure you of a fit
The large well proportioned woman,
the woman with a large bust and email
hip, the woman wttb large hlpa and
email bust, and the short stout wom
an, all will be ahlo to secure garment
of slenderizing line which have heen
designed for their particular type of
We most cordially
invite your inspection
of the "Gray Shop"
Vou will be delighted
with its many advantages,
its daylight show rooms,
ami its pleasing, cour
teous store strvke.
"Chic" Winter Coats
The High School Miss
Will Enjoy Wearing
And her mother will enjoy buying
because they are so practically
priced. Duvetyncs, normandies
and mixtures, all lined, in plain tai
lored models or in lovely fur
trimmed styles. For misses from
15 to 17. years of age.
Attractive ones of black sateen
have cretonne trimmings, are
In cotton crepe with cretonne
trimmings, are $3.50.
Fancy gingham aprons in small
or medium checks, of every
Black or white percale aprons
with or without bib, 25c.
T, Woodbury' Facial
19c a ck.
r, Mu!ificit rornnnutoi!
T I'e pa orient tooth
Mavis talcum, I9c.
Recent Arrival Are
IluJnut'a lare hi.o
double compact con
taining both rouge
Mid powder, $1.50.
Black enamel box of
compact powder, $1.
For wear with the
tailleur or afternoon
frock nothing is more
' trim or smarter than
a pair of washable
The sixteen - button
length and the strap
wrist gauntlet afe
colored in oak, cof
fee, beaver or gray.
Priced from $1 to
Entire Fourth Floor
16th and DnvteiU St.
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Wil Not B
? . . Injure , the v, ; :Ssv ? .. , &
:!fevfe- : Rneat 'Fabrics U t ;1L
TOW your convenience the form of twnnrrow' "Want" Ad Action
will be opfn until t o clock thi exentng,
li Your Sund.y "WW Ad Rd? '
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