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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1922)
of Dail Eireann
'Trick Bicycle Rider
Uses Novel Machine
W ask our patrons to re
member that with tb eoming
of th cooler month our tor
hour will again be
9(00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m.
Best a moment from your
hopping to hav an Iced drink
in our Tea Room on th 8ev
nth Floor, or in our Cafeteria
in lh PownsUirs titor.
Only Votfi Ct Against Him
from Labor Member (hit
One AntiTreaty Member
l'rreni at Scsioii.
rilK SUNDAY PEE: OMAHA. SKPTF.MHER . !!?.
Dublin. S'pt. 9.-By A.
William T. Cotgrive, mini.trr of l
, ft govt rnmrnt, wa elrrtr J preaident
of lle l't'l rlirrann by the new parh
vr,t at iti iitjuy uruf irttion today.
Jh only. voir! rati sint tuin
rr by Mi labor lllf llilieri.
Kahird Mulrssy moved the elec
tion 01 Mr. CoKrvf. I'rodoor
Jubn McNeil seconded the moduli.
Tltf only anti-treaty mrmltrr
nrrtrnt when the c1n began wit
lwrrnce Gtnnell. I' he virion
military chirfi, n 'hiding Ktrhard
Muli thy ami Owen O'Dutty, were in
lavilian rlcthri, the ntily uniform
reti tiring worn by Capt. Sran Mc
tiarty. Nearly every pro-treaty, inde
pendent ami labor mrmbrr wa
I'rofeMor Michael Ilayr wa
elected speaker without opoiition.
Lawrence Oinnell having refined
to tign the roll of what he railed a
'foreign" parliament, and having
shouted several timet hit objection
to the proceeding, wan. on motion
of William "oigrave, voted excluded
from the houae. After the adoption
of irri motion three men forcibly
After the election I'retident Cot
grave nominated Desmond Fitzger
ald at minister of foreign affairs and
Fittgerild wat elected.
The remaining minister were ap
pointed at follows:
1 Minister of home attain, Kevin
Minister of local government,
Minister of agriculture, Patrick
Minister of industry, commerce
and labor. Joseph McOrath.
Minister of education, Professor
Minister of defense, Gen. Richard
President Coi-erave named him-
se'f for the present at minister of
He taid that thote of the new
ministry who were terving in the
army wou'd shortly be released.
Dublin, Sept. 9.--A patrol of four
national army men proceeding to
ward Kallinaboy bridge near the Clif
den wireless station, County Galway,
wat ambushed yesterday by 40 ir
regulars whose intention apparently
was to cut off the Marconi station
garrison from its base. The patrol
held its position until reinforcements
arrived when the Irregulars took
flight. Four of them were captured
with arms, ammunition and bombs.
Head of Minneapolis
and Omaha Road Dies
St. Paul, Sept. 9 J. T. Clark, 70,
president of the Chicago, St. Paul,
Minneapolis & Omaha railway, died
suddenly at his home here last night.
Mr. Clark' death ended an active
railroad career of more than SO years,
nost of which were spent in executive
positions with the Chicago & North
western and the Omaha lines. He
was born in Auburn, N. Y., Novem
ber 20, 18S2, and received his early
education in the public schools there.
His first railroad job was as a
messenger with the Illinois Central,
whose service he entered in 1870.
Three years later he became con
nected with the Chicago & North
western as a clerk. His rise was
rapid. At various times he was gen
eral freight agent, general traffic man
ager and second vice president of the
On May 23. 1916, he was named
president of the Omaha, which posi
tion he held at the time of his death.
"Miss Columbus" Crowned
Queen of Bathing Beauties
Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 9. Miss
Mary Katherine Campbell of Co
lumbus, O., who came to Atlantic
City as "Miss Columbus," today
holds the title of ''Miss America."
She was crowned last night as the
most beautiful bathing girl in the
country in the finals of the beauty
tournament held in connection with
the annual Atlantic City pageant
She will receive the $5,000 golden
mermaid, emblematic of the chain,
pionship, from Miss Margaret Gor
man of Washington, D. C, winner
Miss Campbell won over 56 other
Illoomfield Man Striiken
on Floor of Dance Hall
Bloomfietd. Neb., Sept. 9.-(Spc-cial.)
Will Maas. a young farmer of
this viciiiitv, died suddenly while m
attendance's! an "oldtinte" dance at
the Three Mile Home. Mm was
dancing anj was stricken with an at
tack of hrart trouble. He was able
to stagger outside but death ensued
a few moments Uter. He wa about
M) and i survived by a wife and
I,oi Angele Pastor Will
Give Two I.eeture Here
Rev living S. Cooper f 1 o
Anic!. v.i'1 K-nuie on "TlieV.v
ami the Rrbguni I'ruis," Monday
nitfht, and "Kemt -anution. a Forgot
tm thn.hatt Training." Tufdav
mgV.l t the auditorium of t'.e Arthur
budding, J!" South F'ghlcertth
street t lecturt will I" '"
muler tr-e i')MCfi c( tl' Omaha
Paitutu Shit Tramfwr!.
Wl 11 by I in V Hamalo llt
t . Kahier tt,ltl to!iMi H
totvtmsnt oil r I wveul ft fc1
t .!. tor I.Vow. 4'''ng
hit hfil triieii.t tinm the J
tnl wM ft D U fi unty
, Vrtu, Ut ilittn rouit cm rrt.
t n i'i ( ! ) i.t
Duiiug the war, Tom Millt, tramp
birvrle rider with the "Smiles of
I9J.'," said he wan neutral. From an
analysis of Tom's domeilic condi
tions it would appear that he couldn't
ay much eUe.
His mother. wa Irih and bj't
father German. His lister married
a Freiu hiuan and his brother a
Hungarian girl, while he was touring
I'. u rope with an American musical
comedy.-, Tom rides the smallest
bicycle in the world in his act. The
leather on the machine comes from
the tanneries near Vienna; the nickel
on the spokes and frame from the
mines of the Germans in the Saar
valley; the spokes are of American
steel, and the framework wat
wrought out of a discarded gun tur
ret, by a cousin in the Ilritisli navy.
Tom and the "Smiles of 1922"
will be seen at Ak-Sar-l!en field the
evenings of Srptember 12 16.
Receiver Is Named
for Big Creamery
Wwo!rough Grant Plea of
New Petitioner Appoints
II. S. Daniel to Handle
Herbert S. Daniel, former postmas
ter, was Saturday named receiver of
the Waterloo Creamery rompany by
order of Federal Judge Woodrough.
Receiveship was established, not on
the petition filed several days ago by
Charles A. Sundcrlin. director of the
Commercial State bank of Florence,
but on a new petition filed this morn
ing by Harold A. Prince, represent
ing 1,200 stockholders and creditors.
Woodrough ruled that Sundcrlin'
petition, though pior in claim, was
tiled without sufficient authority.
The Waterloo creamery is a
$3,000,000 conce'rn. Daniel's bond
was placed at $5,uuu only. 1 ne juage
said he would handle tew liquid assets
for the present.
Charges ot mismanagement ana
mishandling of funds are lodged
against LeRoy Corliss, president of
Cool Weather Will
Continue, Is Forecast
O'Neill Neb., shivered yesterday
morning in a temperature of 38 low
point for the state. Broken Bow
registered 40 and Culbertson 42.
The lowest reading for Omaha
was 55 at 6 a. m. or a drop of 36 de
grees from the same hour Fri
day morning. The cool weather wilt
continue over the week-end, accord
ing to the prediction.
Rain prevailed along the Missouri
river, Iowa and riorthwestern Illi
nois. In Omaha, .78 of an inch fell
intermittently. Friday night, after
the break in a seven-day hot spcll
wnicn came eaiiy in uic aii-iw.
Church Tower Blown Off;
Boy Seriously Injured
Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 9. A se
vere electrical storm hit several parts
of the state last night and caused
considerable damage at Applcton, the
tower of a church being blown off
and debris striking a young boy who
had sought protection from the storm
resulted in injuries that may cause
his death. At Oshkosh the city hall
was struck by lightning and several
barns and haystacks on farms near
the city were set afire by lightning.
Milwaukee, Sheboygan, Beaver Dam
and other points also suffered from
the heavy downpour and rain,
Hearing on Freight Car
Kental to Be Held Sept. 21
A brarins been announced be
fore the Nebraska state railway com
mission in Lincoln on September
21 regarding freight car rental by
th Missouri Pacific railroad in
Omaha and other railroad centers.
According to C. E. Childe, director
ili trfiir burrau of the Omaha
Chamber of Commerce, the car rental
i a surcharge ot f-' U a car over me
Apfl Woman Hit ly Auto;
Left Wri.-t Fractured
Mrs. Fmni) llanen, 76, rural route
No. 2, Kriuurt. Nb.. suliered a frac
turned bit nt at 12.J0 Saturday
afternoon when h was rim ovo at
Fittrriith and lbug!as streets by
Hinior car driven by A. K. McGregor,
:TM Sp4uMm street. Polio reports
Sow McGregor was driving tt a
lii.xlef tl of speed.
Sentenced Striker Appeal.
Harry Gm h.J Victor J-olton t!
Apatite, Nth, sentenced to stf 61
i'v tor motion ff JfiUral Ja-U
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Jacquette Blouses are here
Health Conference. Week
for the Children of Omaha
V'hile the Bursrefw-Nash company is primarily a
merchandising institution, we feel that our responai
bility to the community does not end with the buyinjr
and aelling of quality merchandise; but that it extends
further we must co-operate in their most vital interests.
During the first week of October we will sponsor
a Children's Health Week, the idea of the event beinjr
to render to the parents of this community such help
as we feel they need in the proper feeding, dressing
and care of children who have not attained the age
of five yearn. The most critical period in a child's life
Is just before school age, and it is our chief endeavor
during this week to emphasize the responsibility of
parents in safeguarding the health and welfare A their
The Extension Division of the State Agricultural
College, the Department of Vocational Education of the
State of Nebraska, the Nebraska Bureau of Health, the
Omaha Women's Club, the Visiting Nurse Association
and the Omaha doetors and dentists will participate in
conducting this health conference.
Competent doctors will have charge of the exami
nations and competent nurses will be on hand to care
for the children.
There is no charge for the examinations nor tor
the services rendered. No prizes will be awarded.
This is not a "contest," but it is strictly an event being
held for the children's welfare.
Mothers who desire to enter their children are re
quested to fill out the following application for enroll
ment and to bend it to the chairman of the enrollment
committee, Omaha Children's Health Conference Week,
Burgess-Nash Company, Omaha, Nebraska.
Chairman Enrollment Committee,
Children' Health Conference Week,
Burges-Nash Company, Omaha, Neb.
Hease enroll in Children' Health Conference to be held at
Burgess-N'ash Company Auditorium, fifth floor, during the week
of October 2 to 7, 1022
(Name of child)
Who is month old and end appointment card to
Phone Parents' address.
Join Our Cheney Club
The "Cheney,'.' "Aristocrat of Phonographs," in
your home on Christmas day, will insure a happy time
for not only that day, but throughout the years to come.
Unless you have heard and seen the "Cheney,"
you have yet to know the difference between it and
the average phonograph.
Pride of possession is one of the chief factors in
the ownership of the "Cheney." Beautiful in cab'inet
design, wonderfully rich in the tone it reproduces, this
instruments truly the "Aristocrat of Phonographs."
Our "Cheney" club has been organized and will
be conducted in such a way that everyone who had
planned to buy a phonograph may have it in time for
Come in now, hear this wonderful instrument, take
the time to judge of its perfect tone quality.
Our "Cheney" club plan makes it as easy for you
to invest in the "Cheney" as in the most ordinary phono
graph. Let us explain the proposition.
Twenty different models, ranging in price from
$95.00 to $500.00
BurfMt-Nwh Fhanefriph Shop Fifth Flow.
Linens : Blankets : Bedding
" Linen Towels Table Cloths
20x38-inch towel of excel
lent quality with attractive
damask border. Priced
63x63 inch size of Irish linen
damask in pleasing pattern.
Finished with hemstitched edge.
Luncheon Napkins Breakfast Cloths
Of linen damask In 15x1 fl
inch tit. Ilandsom designs
with hemstitched edire. Priced
64x84-lnch cloth that you
will select for their spltndid
wearinf qualities. Pricd at
Woolen Blankets Children's Blankets
An onuiuatly good quality
j-!i.l blanket prired much un
Utr regular. I'u'.I stsod
4&i34lnrh in. Of rl
fcf4 qoatity, without ftillnf
or 4rtMtnf, t'nusual lu at,
IMnra Pta (a f a a y
eh, t'fi!!jr nice f
thtUrea'l (Wlhtnf ! ImtftrW.
300-lnch ii, In rotor of
pink or blue. A choic of four
rursery des fn. Priced
II. S. Bed Sheets
UDMnrh ht, spUndni
mushn thai hat na drMinf vr
filling. Prtetil for Monday.
SI Width, f !,! f
t ud fr tKiMr' tires
M unJinnt. 1'tU 4 ',
For the woman who has become a bit tired of
the CoKtume blouse, the Picture bloune, and all
other OvrrblouHfs, yet who dinlikes giving up the
convenience of so versatile a contume, Dame
Fashion has created the Jacquette.
Among the models we feature, is one of brown
MatclcMC crepe, with full length slreve, and an
other of black satin, quilted In color, that stops
its sleeve half way between the wrist and the
Also the Bodice Skirts
In order to make the success of her
new blouse certain and sure, Dame
Fashion designed, to accompany it, the
bodice skirt that may be of matching or
of contrasting material.
To show you how smart they really are, our artist has sketched a
skirt and two of the blouses. It is an outfit that gives one the appear
ance of an attractive one-piece frock, yet it has the advantages of the
separate skirt and blouse. P,Iouses are priced at $10.00 to $15.00.
Burf Mt-riuk BIoum Sbep Tbtii Floor. .
All Silk Hose
It is with a feeling of
pardonable pride that one
slips on a pair of such
Btockings as these. They
charmingly combine the
loveliness of delicate tex
ture with long wearing
quality. All sizes. Black,
white and brown.
Burf ot-Naoh Main Floor
36-inch Mercerized Satines
Desirable remnants from V up to 6-yard lengths.
A material that gives excellent service for linings,
bloomers and draperies. 36-in. width in shades of
BurfoM-Nuh Main Floor..
A women's hose of ex
cellent wearing quality
that is inexpensive and
practical. One may choose
from fancy patterns, the
most popular of which is
the Richelieu rib. The col
ors are black and brown.
Very special at, pair, 45c.
Bur-Nh Main Floor
Phoenix Silk Underwear
Vests, special, $2.50
Bloomers at $3.95
With this exquisite underwear coming in with these
low price tags attached, we may, safely say, "Let your
conscience be your guide." The name "Phoenix" is
ample assurance of the wearing quality, but we want to
tell you more it is made of a new novelty check weave
and is loveliest in such colorings as
Orchid Ocean Green Peach
You will most likely want several garments for
your own needs, and one could not imagine more de
lightful gifts for the holiday time.
Burfasa-Nath Underwear Department Main Floor.
French Room Millinery
Priced Upwards from $18.00
Each remarkable in
its retention of the dis
tinctive note of the
French origination from
which it received its in
spiration. Fashioned of
beautiful fabrics; se
cure in the finesse of
French Rooma Hat Shop Third Floor.
O O C
New Silks : Velvets : Woolens for Autumn
35-inch imported Volutins in fat
pile and color. Hague blue, cordovan,
park, navy, henna and black.
Excellent quality in color of braver,
brown, autumn, navy, midnight, I'ekln
blue, white, black. .10-inch width.
New Canton Crepe
Foremost among Fashion' autumn fabric favor
ites i Canton cren that readily adapts itself to
drapes and folds. For Monday we feature a heavy
quality of rich luster in brown, navy, midnight,
knffe, cocoa, bobolink, jade, Dutch blue, delft blue,
imc, white and black. 39-inch width,
Burteaa-Nath Sllh Saoa Stmi Floor.
Practical and warm, even to their soft
coloring, these 54-in. tweeds carry their
own assurance of popularity for suits
$3.95 to $9.50
54-inch width Chinchilla, Reversible
Coating, Cameline, Chantilly, Velo
drom and Krimmrr.
Dainty Things for 'Baby
Direct from Japan .
Suggestive of the "Land
rf Cherry !lo.oma" in
their dainty nhades of
lovely embroidery work
dune' by slant-eyed needier
women quaintly pretty
ted ummially low in price.
Silk quilt, $2.95.$!93.
i;.te and jacket, $2 05
Cunning moccasin, 75c
t.t St. SO.
Soft little challle kimonos j.riifd at $2.25,
Thee adorable baby thing nuVe ideal lift, f r
y are veiy j retty and practical, too,
Mina Tavlor Dresses
The fact that they are Mina Taylor dreasea la
probably enough to y for their value, tut let ui,
add that they are made of itriped and figured per
rata of aervleeabU quality. They are of light col
or, including nure' trlpa In gray, broken ht,
tut all unuittal at thf low pricing.
No refund, no exchange.
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