Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 08, 1906, Page 10, Image 10
10 THE - OMAHA DAILY BEE: TlltltSDAY, FEBKUAHY 8, 1!W START OS Ui CROWE CASE Fir SUp of Cettirf Jury Prorei to t - -Be Loug Cne. COURT ROOM fILLLL) WITH SPECTATORS nrln3 rat Smiles When Charse f Hohblns KJnard A. (arinlir f Tnralr-I'hr Thoa aad Dollars Is Head. In a rourt uncomfort iljl; crowded with rurloua. -spectators the. attempt to secure Jury of twelve unprejudiced men In the C'udnhy robbery case against l'at Crowe hea-fl.1 .-Wednesday morning before Judge Sutton. ' TJie proceedings during the fore nnon Vrwi W lwmaj nature end devoid of epertj(ikf features, yet standing room was at a (ireuilum and before the session naa fatry begun' the seats were lill-d aiid many ' werr intoupylnff Improvised rest ing place on -window sills. liy thn noon yd Join nme.nt County At torney . Htahaugli hftd xmliie the first twelve or "the Jtiry, panM whose names had lcn 'drawn rrom the box, and At torney English for the defendant had Just begun' hi examination. The attorney In terested have no hopes of securing a Jury before Home time Thursday at the earliest. Court waa called vlo order at and the defendant was already In consultation with hi lawyers, J. P, ISnglivh and A. 8. Kitchlo. '.' lie was In . charge of Deputy HherllT .Iiaie. He, was neatly ii reused and appeared! to be In tlie best of spirits. Dur ing . the .'brief . statement of the case by County Attorney Blabaugh before the ex amination of Jurors began, he listened at tentively with a smile when the charge was mentioned. During the examination of prospective Jurors he gave close attention and was in frequent consultation with his lawyers. ... i i Mrs. Olcson on Hand. One tit the Intereetea spectators was Mrs. Rachel Oleson of Minneapolis, who came to Omaha with 'the declared Intention of throwing some new light on the case. She Is said to be demented. tn his examination of jurors Mr. 81a haugh laid considerable stress on the fact that the charge Id this case was robbery and not kidnaping. He also asked for a statement from each as to whether or not the fart-that Mr. Cudahy was reputed to be very wealthy would have any influence In the flnnt Judgment of the case. Of the Jurors examined only, two had known the defendant and one or two more were ac quainted with one or more of his relatives. These are the men first called to the Jury box and their occupations: August Carlson, 2317 South Twentieth street, grocer. C. 8. Hayward, 1317 South Thirty-first street, wholesale shoes. John R. David, 1408 William street, dry goods merchant. George II. Deveraux, 519 South Twenty fifth avenue, superintendent New Tork Life building. John J. Daley, Twenty-eighth and Madi son avenue. South Omaha, butcher. P. C. Craig, 473i North Thirty-ninth street, clerk. Union Pacific. W. RosenhaUm, 1401 Bancroft street, sign painter. II. L. Olbbs, 1721 Van Camp avenue, real estate. 1 A. J. Harder, 3K37 Q street. South Omaha, packing house employe. ' R. K. Sunderlnnd, 1137 South Thirty-first street, coal dealer. L. D. Ooodchlld, 2014 Clark street, barber. D. A. Cosxens, 2461 South Seventeenth street, traveling freight agent. ' Crowd Still Larger. When court convened at 2 o'clock for the afternoon ' session the crowd in the room was larger than at the morning session. Many spectators stood tip during the en tire afternoon, though nothing, occurred to break the monotony of the examination of Jurors. The ' court announced the state would be allowed three peremptory chal lenges and the defense eight. At 1 the close of the session the defense had used four of these and the state one. Threo other Jurors were excused for cause, one on account of health, one because of ad mitted prejudice and one because he is a defendant In the printers' injunction case which renders him Ineligible. Twenty-two of the panel had been examined. Before dismissing the Jurors Judge Sut ton cautioned them against talking to anyone about the case or allowing any person to approach them on the subject. It la probable County 'Attorney Slabaugh will ask the Jury be Isolated between Hussions of the court during the trial. He predicted the hearing would last' at least ten days. ' Tha work of selecting the Jury will begin again this morning at 9:30 and probably will take up the entire day. M L'sTAa'na il iliMW Bijf Silk J Sale Saturday L BP ST 6Q?J5 Now OMAHA W RATHER FORECAST Tlmi-Mlay Fair Ladies' nd Mine.' 50c tnd 75c All Wool I GOLF GLOVES and MITTENS On B&.rl&.in Square, tvt Pa.ir Our buyer who is now in New York secured the entire stock on hand of one of the biggest eastern jobbers. These warm winter ftloves are of Scotch, all wool, and Cashmere, with fleece lining plain and fancy "mixed colors also high quality Saxony wool mittens have hern selling all over the country at 50c and 75c. Thursday at, a pair. . 25c SPECIAL SALE OF LACES At less than one-fourth their actual value high quality laces, insertings and bauds in black, white, cream and two tone effect R comprising Point de Paris, Normandy Vale, Torchons, Clunys, black silk jr m Chantilly, etc., hundreds of pretty pat- T 5 terns, actually worth up to 25c yd., at. w Fine English All Over Laces Adapted for yokes, waists, m etc. white, cream, ecru and black, worth up to 1C. m 50c a yard special, at yard IJC ' 5 Latest Novelties ii Unmade Net Robes Dainty tucked, shirred and pleated effects in white, f : (? A cream, blue and lavender, special, at, each 0U I t ... s i i 5i 1 GREEN TRAD1N2 STAMP EVERT TIME SSk HI rrK hi In the Dry Goods Section Ladies lll'Vi Tailored Suits a.t $10 These are the moat fashionable Short Coat and Long Coat Suits all the newest style features have been selling at 20 and (26, at LADIES' HEAVY WINTER CLOAKS. Plain and fancy mixed long , . y VUUIB OHuy wuriu up to $12, at Clearing Sale Wool and Sateen Waist. Also Albatrosses, Panamas, etc. pretty styles and colors worth up to $1.50, nt VOI R BASEMENT SPECIALS. Full size beaver shawls, worth $2.00, at Flannelette Dressing Sacques worth up to 75c, at JC Canadian Marten and French Coney i 'luster fur scarfs worth fl.OO wll go at...., Sateen Petticoats, worth 76c, at $10 OAKS. . 3!? Waist.' 69c LLS. ' 98c 29c ....39c 39c NEW SKIRTS In all the latent materials and cuts mohairs, tweed. ranamas. vol lies, cheviots the latest circular cnts, up from . . . .' '. A broken line of skirts In all different materials, values from $3.95 to $7.95, on sale Thursday only, for 60 all wool Ladies' Suits In etons and Jacket effects, values as high ns $15.00, on Tnursdny, only A broken line of ladles' and misses' coats in all colors, and black silk and satin lined, elegant values, worth as high as $10 f CIO Thursday only , I.JO 4.95 1.98 2.50 NEW nLACK DRESS GOODS New Black Mohnlr Tamlse, a yard from ono dollar and fifty tents down to New Black Panamas, a yard from one dollar and fiftv , cent down to . 50c 50c 50c 75c COLOTIEH IHtKSS GOODS. New Rain Proof Cloths, all the new spring colorings, at, a yard, from $2.60 down to . . , Forty-aix Inch extra fine-Nun's. Veilings in the latest shades, worth $1.00, Thursday, a yard, at 2.00 Automobile Silks at $1.00 Yard Automobile silks In 'all new spring shades, such as grays, browns, navys and black, this fabric is full 4 8 Inches wide more than twice the width of any ordln- 1 An ary silk, on sale Thursday, a yard, at l.UU Clearing Sweep of Ladles' Underwear Fleece lined Jersey ribbed union suits, alzes 4 to 9, regular 89c values. Thursday r only, at, per suit uiC Sanitary 1'nderwear Cheap Ladies' Camel Hair Shirts and Drapers, natural gray, shaped garment, that sold for 76c on sale P Thursday, at, per garment ODC Hosiery Special 300 dozen Ladles' and Children's plain and fleece Ilued cotton hose, fast dye, 16c kind on sale Thurs- m day, at, per yalr lUC SALE OF ALLOVER LACES Twenty-eight pieces of white, cream and ecru allover laces. 18 inches wMp tn en retro rri Y eau rf volua' ' Ten pieces heavy Cluny, worth seventy-five cents a vard special, a yard .' Four pieces English Twine, worth one dollar a yard special, a yard 81x pieces Paraguays, worth one 'dollar and thirty-five cents a yard special, a yard E,?tUlece8 Paraguays, antiques and fine Clunys, worth to $2.50 a yard special, a yard 19c 25c 39c 50c 5 I 5il 75 r, Veils, 83! Fine plain chiffon veils, 1 yards long. In "v.-u, uiatu ana wnue, regular seventy-flve cents T C value, Thursday, each DDC VaJeitiie Sale Thursday Largest a.nd Finest Valentines manufao- Ai tured will be sold at, each aWjC"TC 49c 76x90 Unbleached. Sheets, made of a fine qualify of sheet ing, Thursday only, each Jru "rcaiea m "gnt ana aarK colors, worth 10c Thursday, a yard, at T 10 pieces of white Shaker Flannel, worth Vi-Vc Thurs-" i day, a yard, at A 25 pieces of Irish Llnette Suiting. In white and c'oiorV, Thursday, a yard, only ) 15C Large Size Lace Heart .Shapes that are sold everywhere at C 10c, go at, each. Buster Brown and new comic postals bun' dreds of new Ideas, 2 for . lc Thousands of old style comics on sale, at, ten of them . f for IC I! ! ; Li.ZJCw.jii. M..7, T...7Tr!;7 , t Boston Ston J;H Raid ob Alleged llfiorl. Th police have ordered that Opoi. 1 Ryan. Rebecoa Brgr.- Hlrdle Ryan, Muud Fisher and Mrs. K. A. Johnson VHrutt tha reml-a occupied by them at North J.iurteenth street, or else desist from inuln talnlna what tho police chargv la aia orderly house. The PHrtle nic-ntloned were arrested Tuesday nllit by Servants Vii nous and SUwart and Patrolmen Ilovle iind Devereese. When arraigned In police court Wednesday morning the defendants pleaded not pullty. The cane will be tried Friday mornlnf. Pnriiy above suspicion. ILER'S PURE MALT WHISKEY To have a case in the houte it like having money in rtir nana, m vaiur is scandand ID 7 1 4h., X - T I 1 1" I I m V i t .1 i i g 1 L THEY WORK ON TIME . Miry had a little watch. 1 rihe swallowed it one day. Thin took a Westmal Bennu 1111 To ps tha time awuy. ' asa m t t. m""iimi iub "Osi"? '-be 16th and Dodge. ic Post Paid. DENTAL IAri ROOMS. 1517 Douglas St. Boston Store WELCOME TO H00-H00S We extend yeu tv cordial invitation to visit OmaLhix's Greatest Store CHECK YOUR BAQOAaE AND PARCELS FREE-WASH ROOflSand WAITING ROOMS FREE-CHECKS ON ALL BANKS CASHED FREE ATTEND OUR GREAT SALE OF MEN'S CLOTHING B1QQEST OVERCOAT AND SUIT VALUES WE EVER OFFERED As a very special offer for this week only, we have gathered several hun dred stylish overcoats and suits of the highest quality suits that sold at $21, $l,-,.50 and $',ra little earlier -in the season overcoats long and medium styles that should bring $20 anywhere all wool materials, selected pat terns, at overcoats 14 in 85 Fur Lined Overcoats Your choice of all our regular forty dollar quality coats lined with selected fui will go at $20 pr: ill te". .. 1-1,1 t r i,r ell Ml GIFT BOOKS tor Ply Valentine Beautiful Gift Booka,' handsomely defrorated and Illustrated. Kach tied with red and white ribbon decorated with gold hearts and comes in hand some box malfes a very appropriate Valentine Giftr , . "HER ' LETTER, , -y by Bret Harte i;;,.,.;... i'io "6.-OLI) 'SWEETHEART MINE," by WMtcomb Riley, Shakespear'a Sweetheart t TS by Sarah Sterling l.O "THE BOCUL. 8ECRETART," s .by David Graham Phllltpa, . j 2g VH EA RTS ANrjL MAsicS," V 4 S by Harold McOrath I5J5 "SEFFY." by John L,uther Loni; aD "RILEY'S LOVE LYRICS" or "RILEY'S SONG O' CHEER," Q each 110 "THE LOVER'S MOTHER GOOSE," illustrated .by John Cecil o 4 S. Cloy aii4d "EVANGELINE," by Longfellow. (Illustrated by Chandler O A C Christy) 649 BOOK COt'NTER MAIN FLOOR. Bennett's Big Grocery Headquarters for Finest Values in Allf Kinds Teas. Sixty ffreen tradlna; stamps with one pound can Jos. Tetley & y Cos Sunflower brand Tea OC Forty green trading stamps with half, pound can Job. Tetley A Co's Sunflower brand Tea...... 'UC Twenty green trading stamps with quarter-pound can Jos. Tetley Ofi Co'a Sunflower brand Tea...."" ' FREE Several Hundred Tin Sam ple Boxes Tetley 's Tea FREE Bennett's Candy Section Just received from the Candy factory a large quantity of fresh made, vanilla flavored MAUSH MALLOWS. Twenty-five for .5c Pound for ." J3c Several hundred 6c cakes Atchison's vanilla sweet Chocolate, a cake V Thursday Shoe Bargains 140 pairs Ladies' "Warm Lined Beaver Top Kid or Calf Fosed Shoes, former prices $1.75 and $1.50 now at 260 Pairs Ladies' Velvet and Felt House Slip pers, former prices $1.00 and 75c now at Eighty-four pairs Men's Warm Lined Shoes, high tops, three dollar values now at . . ' ; New Styles in Dorothy Dodd Shoes It's the Green Bdd You Use-Douglas 137 s Men's Famous Dr. Reed's and Florsheim Winter Shoes at $4 rhesa are all wintbr weight shoes they sell regularly at $5, 6 and 50 cushion soled and double solos cold proof and damp proof, at, per pair L. BRANDEIS & SONS, BOSTON STORE 4 J- T ! ceive Free Instruction in Dressmakinn. 1 Any lady, not a pupil of this school, calling by Feb. 10th will 'm. i four days of Instruction Fit KM OK CHAIUiK. ' T uur college is so arranged inai lauies can make their own dresses f 1 under comnetent teachers. ; Keister Ladies Tailoring College IBth and DoukIiu Strata. Oniahji, Xeb. I p mm bm a en txm wn rrm sw i tsss mm ma tsa bsm mm i ZZzCE MOTHER USED TO MAYil I "WE SUCH MINCE lit omo 1A iiJirtAr.CA Li,-,., ,a... C . . . . . kIW B III nw Sua. -rtWIJ-w. rumtlL-vvuix ww.,UTHAVU3L,n.T. nj mm mm nawwnssiMKMi ow ( cojq bci tsrarni'. Longer, Higher and Wider Berths Bee WantAds Produce Results This is one of the advantages in sleeping cars OWNED arid OPEKATED by the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY, THREE fast trains to Chicago, .' ' leave Union Station, Omaha, f every day at .7:55 A. M., 5:451'. M. and 8:35 P. M. ' TICKET OFFICE: ; 124 FARNAM STREET,- OMAHA, NEB. Special Bargains in Carptts and Rugs, Thursday. THE HICLI ARI.K SIOHR. Visit Our 5c and 10c Departments in Easement Afew Spring Coats and Suits Tli iiikm complete aumtrtnipnt of "rrlnpt surmonts vr itmwn In Omalm so "arlT In tn SfnStm lllll)Hi-i1 of .nmnl. siinnnntt .onl tfnr finirtftrltnn. nnw 'On SSl st .' . prior far h-ow nrtual worth. I llANnsiiMB PI'RIXO SPITS-All th nf!t creations, the Toney coat and Polrrlo ' in nil the nfw ("tintlp II fill and f liiii-s-nt Hl5.o, Jis.vt. $a.no up to -. SPUING SrtT KPi; tALr-liJ( lundKome annn-nts In silk and wool mntc rlals, , iilfTni-pnt stylos, mad.' o soli at tV, Ot'-cholrr XBW fuVKMT WATS An tin nialrd showlti of newest sprins styles O S flft at W W, 5.10. 17.50. )0.00. 112. up to m"" SAMPl.b fOVKRT roATS-tn ioi t. half-llttln and loos effects, Fklnnrrs satin, "I- HiMlu HI1I- HI 9J.-M1U ' Pperlal. Thursday-at N,... ..." NEW SPRING SKIUTS-In circular ami oi-d styles, ptunellns. Voiles, cheviots and serprese.il new shades -worth up to iR.mHt Jt anil '. t-von Walking Pklrts- , t I'snamas. 6.08 2.50 Winter Garments Must Go. ' Indies' Winter Conts IK'.on. $i20i. Ji5.no values-now Indies- Winter fonts - $.00 and fcS.nn values now ... Ladles' Fur Pcnrfs fi.'io and $.W ralties now.... todies' Fur Smarts 8.0o to I12.no values now " till f a. m. i H .) til Jl.oO lonn AOr- I-ndles kimonos UW waists 5.00 7.90 ... 2.50 3.98-5.00 in W n. m. I1.U ' n till 1 m. m. iflr silk underskirts 2.98 Thursday's Furnishing Goods Bargains LADIES' MUSLIN SKIRTS Deep flounces of lare and Insertion of deep embroideries, worth up to $4 splendid bargain-at T.V. 8e, II. o nnd ... IDIKS' KNKB LKNGTH SKIRTS-nlcelv trimmed with emtirolilerles and tucks special at 26c and ..,,... ... LADIES' DRAWERS AND CORSET C'OV ERS-Ijice and em- '! hroiUery trimmed worth 50c Thurndav Ox- nnd MISSES' AVI) CHILDREN S MUSLIN D R A WE RS nloelv made nnd neatly trimmed special at 10c, lac and ' 1.98 39c 39c 25c Valentines at Half Price All our Immense stock of valentines on sale Thursday at Just half remilar prloa. Valentines worth .Tc to $1.00, CDri l Valentines worth 2c to 30c Iflrr at 15c. 25c. 35c and OUC Bt lc, 2Hc. 5c and vW Iargi'St and best selected stock in the city. Special Sale of Linens, Thursday Tha quality of these offerings unmntcha hle nt any price. 72-1 N. BLEACHED SATIN DAMASK $1.76 and $2.00 quality, at. 031 per yard, $1.28 and I.OJ3 6S-IN. BLEACHED IRISH LINEN Regu lar Wo nnd $1.10 quality, at, 7-r per yard k 60-IN. UNBLEACHED IRISH LINEN Former prlco 50c and 0o, at. ia- per yard '., OCJ 68-ln. Silver Bleached German Damask, all linen. 85c and 9uc quality, 7ir' at. per yard iOt C8 and "2-in. Silver Bleached German Da mn.sk. regular 95c and $1.10 tt-r quality, at, per yard OJjl PATTERN CIOTHS-In fall bleached and silver bleached, all linen, with round. 1 2-4 Pattern Cloths, $3.59 value, at 10-4 Tattern Cloths, $3 00 value, at 8-4 Pattern Cloths, $3.00 value, at 12-4 mercerized Cloth, $2. value, at 10-4 morceriied Cloth, $1.63 vnlue, at ISx.l Bleached Huok Towels, reg. tilnr Ifie quality, Bt 20x40 Bleached Huck Towels, regular lc quality, at 18x32 Blenched Huck Towels, reg ular 10c quality, each border all ....2.75 ...1.98 .1.75 ...1.50 ...125 10c 12c :. ...7c Big Sale in Bedding. $2.00 Home-Made Comfortables, at $7 00 all wool Blankets, at ., 25 I iM wo1 Blankets, 2 Qq 3 98 I Spreds,''flne'patterns"'". You Can Save More Money on Your Grocery Bill at Hay den's than Any Other Store in the City. 22 lbs. Finest, Pure Granulated Sugar. $1.00 10 Bars Best Laundry Soap 26o 10-lb. Sack Best Granulated Cornmeal..l5o 7 lbs. Best Hand Picked Navy Beans.. 25c 8 lbs. Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal 25o 7 lbs. Choice. Japan Rice : 25c 7 lbs. Best Pearl Hominy, Farina, or Barley ,...25o 1 lb. Pkg. Condensed Mince Meat.. 5c 1 lb. Can Assorted Soups .".0 Bromnngelon, Jellycon or Jello, per pkg 7Hc 011 Sardines, per can 3o 3 Cakes Imported Castillo Soap 5c 1- lb. can Alaska Snlmon 9c 2- lb. can Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn fic 2- lb. can Fancy Wax or String Beans.. 6c i-lb. can Breakfast Cocoa 7Hc 3- lb. can Fancy Table Peaches 12Vfcc l-lb. can Fancy Table Aprlcote 12V&0 Choice California Prunes, per lb 60 Fancy or Muscatel Raisins, per lb.......TH5 The Best Soda or Oyster Crackers,. lb., bo 2-lb. Pkg. French Wheat Wafera......8M,o Fresh Crisp Ginger Snaps per lb. 5o Another Bljg Batter gale Thursday. Fancy Separator Creamery Butter, worth 2fic per lb., this sale, per lb., only 21o Omaha's Greatest r'resh Fralt Dept. The only one that buys direct In car lots. Extra Fancy, Large, Sweet, Juicy High. land Naval Oranges, 20 for &a New Honey, per rack ...,.12V 8 lbs. Fancy Halloween Dates ..luo 4 lbs. Shelled Popcorn log Watch tomorrow evening's papers for an other Big Flour Sale. ' Another car of Fancy Highland Navel Oranges will be here for Friday and Sau urday's Bale. HAYPEM BROS, ' Your Diamond needs mounting. We would be glad to do it for you. We have one of the best diamond setters In Omaha, Now would be a good time to havo It done, as we would not be obliged to to hurry with It as wo were compelled to do at Christmas time. IXOK FOR THE NAME. S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER. 1S1 DOUCLAT. Heat electric light janitor service all night and Sunday elevator ser vice a fire proof buildingall cost the- tenant of The Bee Building nothing extra. "Foot Comfort is what we call our Cushion Sole Sho es And they tr tbe only ItKAL fJKX UIXK CrSHlON SOLE '&IIOE8 on the market. Hand sowed, wiiicb inn ken it flexible and enttj- on the foot made over a broad, foot-form last which iillowK the foot to rest on the ftole of the xhoe nnd not ou the uppers, an inott of the so-culled cushion sole slioeti are niude. Posi tively a iioliconduetor of cold Yes, lt' real foot comfort, and If you have any trouble with your feet, thin if just the hoe you want Come In and let uh tit yon lo a pair made for men aud women. Drexel Shoe Co. 1419 Farnam St. Five FastTrains DAILY TO Chicago and the East vie the CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY over the only double track railway between the Mis souri River and Chicago. This complete service includes Pullman drawing room and private compart ment sleeping cars, parlor cars, composite observa tion cars with library and buffet-smoking apartment, free reclining chair cars, standard day coaches and dining cars (a la carte tcr vice.) Ticket jt.i ul! iniormation o. appli uttii'ii 10 licLei ihcr ' 1401 and 1403 Farnam SL, OMAHA, NEB.