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THE BEE: 0MA1IA, TUESDAY, 1 FEBRUARY 3, 1914.
CEMENT . USm IN SESSION
Open donvcntion and Are Welcomed
by City Representatives.
CHARGES OP DISCRIMINATION
Bar Ihnt Ncbrnnkn Joliliers of'Snnil
nnU Stone Give IlHtrr Prices
in Denier in IlnlMInK
I GRAND JURY IS IN SESSION
Judge English Instructs it to In
vestigate Statute Violations.
SUGGESTS SOME OFFENSES
JnrUt t.nrn I'nrtlcalnr limphnsU an
flcrntlnr Trnnsirresslons oC
UnmhllniTi Liquor and the
llnvrilr Hone Imrri).
Tho firiit grand Jury to Kit In tho new
court bonne Is now In session at the be
Klnnlng of the February term of district
Charges that Nebraska Jobbers of sand
and stone are discriminating against ce
f building ma
terial dcnlcrs. stirred tho opening ses- court Judge English, who took Presldlnir
slpn of the ninth annual convention of Judge's chair In court room No. 1 for 1911.
i,- r- . tT.r- KHUoelatlon Instructed the members especially to In-
. a... n...inif Th vesllRato any charges of violations of
Two Days of Cold
WiU Make Plenty '
of Ice for Omaha
' There Is no Ice being cut In the vicinity
of Omaha today , but tho concerns that
handle 'the commodity are preparing for
tho harvest that they feel will be on
within "the next" few days.
With ponlbly three exceptions, during
the last fifteen years (he bulk of the
Omaha .Ico crop has been gathered In
complaint was that Users of cement block
and concrete material were forced to pay
higher prices than dealers who often buy
Tho charge was made by C. K. lxwe, a
concrete contractor of St Edward, Neb.,
who nsserted that he had positive proof
to substantiate his assettlon, He urged
that a committee be appointed to Inves
tigate the matter "and try to secure satis
factory adjustment After a discussion,
during which the small users were
sharply divided from the largo consumers
statutes prohibiting gambling, houses of
lit fame and the sale of liquor at Illegal
hours to minora and without a license.
lie Instructed the grand Jurors to In
vestigate charges of Interference with the
Justice and dignity of tho courts and to
Indict persons who they believed had
violated tho law In this respect Chargea
of perjury and Jury bribery, It la ex
pected, will be investigated by the. Jury
under these Instructions.
The judge also" Instructed the Jurors to
observe strict secrecy concerning tho. pro
t concrete material, a committee of threo ccedlngs whjch" tako placo In their room
war authorised, with Ijwo aa chairman,
matter probably will be brought up
t tu next session, which convenes at
li.SMi'clock this morning.
Unny Visit Show.
A largo attendance thronged the aisles
of tho Midwest cement show at the Audi
torium long beforo noon and was gtratly
augmented by the cement users at noon.
They will hold their meetings only during
the morning hours. In order to spend all I
their afternoon and evening time at the
show to Increase their knowlcdgo of the 1
A special reel of motion pictures of the
I anama canal was received by express at
noon and will bo shown during the re
mainder of the show. t
With over 100 Nebraska cement users In
attendance, tho opening sennlon of I ho
convention was called to order by Presi
dent Peter Palmer of Oakland, with
Secretary Frank Whlpperman of Omaha
ftlso on the platform.
Mayor James C, Dahlman wa sched
uled to mako tho address of welcome, but
was unable to bo present on account of
the city commission bring In session at
the time. City Attorney John A. lno
appeared as tho mnyor'a official rcpro
rentatlvo and extended Omaha' hearty
welcomo and best wishes to the visitors
"Yoiif Interests aha ours." ho declared.
rind ld that Omaha was proud to open
Iter doors to tho convention.
K. V. Parrlsh, manager of the Omaha
publicity bureau, also voiced the city's
welcome and emphasized tho growtn and
Importance of tho cemont Duslnoss In
Omaha and Nebraska. lie stated 'that
the 1013 cemtnt Jobbing buslnoi in the
state amounted to $T,00O,000, halt of which
was Omaha's, and he pointed out 'that an
on tho fourth floor of the court house,
warning them falluro to do so would be
U violation of tho law. Votes of twelve
of the sixteen members are required to
Visits to tho county Jail and other
county Institutions and reports to the
court of their condition also will be a part
of the grand Jury's work.
Henry M. Christie was appointed fore
man by Judgo English and E. W. Kerr
was made bailiff.
Tho Jury Monday look' up the cases of
persons charged In poltco court or else
where with violations of the taw. During
Its sessions Indictments are necessary
elements of prosecution, taking the place
of tho county attorney's Informations,
which, In this state, are sufficient at
Members of Jury.
Tho members of tho grand Jury are as
Harry M. Christie, foreman, realruitate.
Herman i'. diets, salesman, Hamilton
f. is. iiutcninson. cicrK. oiuf nonn Jfii-
Tliomus wiles, lawyer. 1617 Emmet
Samuel DaJJtzo. 1703 California street.
H. if. Howard. Waterloo.
J. A. O'Keefe. salesman. 3830 Charles
truest Adums, sin uoago street
it. jo. jonnson. soio i.ano street.
C. A. McKcnzle. printer. 1506 Hall street
J. U llouchln, insurance, C$33 North
Herbert (3, Kohn,
unarics uiurt, rarmcr, yenoon.
John W. Nelson, tailor. 2117 Pewey avo
William J. Carroll, I2t North Fifteenth
8. V. uustarson. Jeweler, 3028 California
Victim of Apoplexy
at the Cburt House
increase of aimoat 390 per cent Had len i l4.4. J3i. -
made In tho state's cement buelno.is d.ur- J UU.K6 iHuS LcKXb IS
In, thn lalif tun var I I
Alfred 8. Johnson, editor of the Cemant
World of Chicago, presented an Illus
trated lecture on "Fundamental Material
on Which the Concrete- Industry Is
lilstorr f iHitHstrr, I Judgs William AUstaqt, for many years
T. u. Northwail or Omaha, outlined tho a Justice of th peace In Omaha, sut
history et the cement block tirfuetry In fered a atreke of apoplexy that almost
.k.l -1 . . i . t . . . - I ... . .
mm tuy ami iwm mw u naa grown irom proves to oe serious yesterday on
one small plant to five large factories the ground floor cf the court house. Ho
durimc the course ot 'twelve years., The wa g-lven instant medical attention and
handsome Havens reswenco at Thirty-1 was removed to his home.
ninth and Dodge streets, built by John The Judge had gone to the court house
JIarte ami now occupied by E. C. Page, to be a wltnewi In the case of Henry
manager of the wneJUn works, was the Newman, 1M5 South Sixteenth street, who
first OwAlm home to be built entirety of was to secure his naturalisation papers.
cement Mocks, he Md, Ills irrandeon, Vincent Hascall, had Just
a tecnicai aisoussion or concrete; I precede ,Wm upstairs, as he was also
foundations for street paving, by Ooorgo to be a witness. Police Sergeant PeU
l. Camnen, an Omaha civil engineer and Dlton was in the court house, and saw
1 avlng- expert, closed the ttay'a program, the Judgo standing stiff against th wall
"People are like sheep In the matter trembling and he asked him it ho wished
or paving metnoas. as m other ways," no to ba assisted to the elevator. The Judge
saia. -uccauso coriam mooes or pavinir assented, but Dillon had only gono
are used satisfactorily Jn Nefr York City, few step when the Judge fainted In his
they are soma times adopted In this part orms. Dillon then carried him Into the
of the country, although the climate and rooms of the Douglas county nloneera
weather conditions mako the two places adjacent and Dr. Charles Hosewatcr was
unsulted for sUl!ar kinds of pavement"
Thews committees were appointed at
the business seseton by President Palmer:
'Nominations 8 wan 'l-arson of South
omMMk, --. ts. iMwe or at awara, A, J
Swaen of Omaha.
II. R. Park of Brunlng, W. 8. Karris et
Ksoiutln C. It Judklns fif Trrvland.
Ckarlea Jhrack of Uncoln, O. F. Llllle
oi r remm
summoned. After temporary medical at
tention Mr, Hascall removed hla grand.
rather to their home at 1913 South Sir
COMMERCIAL CLUB MAY
CONSIDER MILLAR'S PROTEST
The latest nrflteat nf Riuna .Vlllti-
against the serving .of banquets by the
Omahfi Commercial club, is attracting
some attention among Commercial club
TWO RECEPTIONS AT
THE Y. W. C. A. BUILDING
members. The protest of Mr. Miller grows
directly out of the proposed banquet to
Open hue wHI be kept at the Young he held February 18 for Crelghton unl
Wemss'i Christian Association building verelty law students. There are those
this evening, at which the -secretaries who maintain Miller has no grounds of
will act as hostesses. The public la in- complaint, because the faculty members
vltcd to Inspect the building and witness
the demoMtrattona In the cooking, sew-
lng and gymnasium. departments, 3le-
ftwhments will b eeryed on the eecond
floor; Thursday evening a special recep-
tipn will pe held for the life and sutaln
lng members of the Institution, for which
uvent Invitations have been Issued.
The Blue Illrd camptire girls, an or
ganisation of Brandcls employes, will
present two sketches, "Every Olrl" and
"Hiawatha," In the auditorium Wednes-
day evening. These will be given under
ino direction of Miss Carmellta. Chase.
i-receaing tnis, there wilt be a council
meeting, at which the campflre bracelets
win oe Dsitowou upon the flremakers.
who are giving the banquet to the stu
dents aro largely members of Commer
cial club. On tho other hand, Home Mil
lery Is trying to hold the club to what he
maintains was their first agreement
when the question of putting in a dining
room came up, that they would not give
banquets unless a majority of those for
whom the banquet was given, aro club
It Is possible that the matter will come
up before the executive committee of the
club at noon today. If It does tho club
may make a final decision on the matter.
If It does not come before the executive
body, the tnatter will likely be dropped
a,nd the banquet will bo given Just the
NEW ASSISTANT REVENUE
COLLECTOR ALLEN ARRIVES
INC0RRIGIILE GIRL IS
TURNED OVER TO PARENTS
Henry B. AUfp. on o' cxSenator AYUU
,J' ??Z r"" T" Md South Omaha.
- h mo onico arrested on a chargo
v. um a-. miiiuiiu, collector or in
tcrnai revenue, has arrived
revenue, has arrived In Omaha
with hla wlfo and ttielr daughter. Thn
little glrj. who is only ii years old, has
contracted pneumonia and was at once
taken to Nicholas Senn hospital,
Mr. Allen has been assigned to work on
the Income tax and has been sworn Into
office. He comes to Omaha, directly from
Eurtlesvllle. Okl., where he has been en
raged Jo newspaper work.
Alva Lucas, aged 11 years, residing at
on a cnargo of Incorrigibility
Sunday afternoon by Probation Officer
Iicrnsteln. Ilemsteln and Captain Demn
sey noticed the girl In the company of
Decker. 117 North Twentieth
street, while riding on a Farnam street
car. Dempsey, recognizing the man, or
dered Bernstein to follow the pair and
arrest them. Bernstein, after alighting
from the car In pursuit of the couple.
was forced to chase Becker and finally
fire his revolver before the latter -would
Minn Urtn.Uw maw.Im 1, T ..I -I
Kukm(mI VWA.I.wlaMMk 1 M.I H UUM Bill
I udn hirftMl nvit. in Uw n.t.nl. . 1, 1 1 .
orao Tcirwnere are taiainc or me I iww i. j-in i,.t,i . .iia,.
..i,t. i ...u- w.i v. I . -
.,v..v. rwtif Mwr i character.
jr,Ku giye in oacKacne, rheumatism, Kid
waiver iruuuioo. iou cannot uinrinii inira erri
take them into your system without good rnnui IOAL. JUrxcn JLI
rrawit. That Is because Foley Kidney POLICE COURT SNEEZiM
nm me 10 ih Kianeys ana BUtiMer
fun wnai nalUr-wui xoro neat thcse Quite allttle txcllement ensued Monday
MnMi .-.u ifwivs organs, . mornng In notice court when some prac.
Ch. Swsramento, Cal., writes: "It ! tlcal Joker scattered a lot or sneezing
a l-ur to recommend Foley Kidney powder on the floor. An epldemlo of
Ptte, aa Jhty Just worked wonder In watery eyes and restlessness ensued ana
9m.' yr sala by all dealer every, court was adjourned until the assembly
vhrt. AdeHiwHiVDnt had regained Us composure.
FVIirtmrf nnrl i1a-r nnI nuctcrra tinldiflclfll len nlnnt In nncrntlon next summer
that this will be the rule this year. They j the dealers all admit that a lesser qtian-
are greatly encouraged by the weather
reports rrom the northwest and also by
the report that all through this state and
Wyoming there has been a decided drop
of temperature sitfeo Sunday.
Ico men say that With forty-eight hours
of zero or near zero weather they coulJ
begin cutting Rood, merchantable Ice oft
tho water company reservoirs and off
Carter and Seymour park lakes. With
ten days of such weather they contend
they could gather tho normal crop fill
ing tho houses. With the second art!-
tlty . ot natural Ice would bo used , in
Omaha, next summer than during like
period In the past. It the weather con
tinues cotd, they anticipate that by the
last ot the week they will be giving em
ployment to 1,000 or more men.
Tho railroads have practically com
pleted their Ico harvest.
,Bobert S. Obcrfelder of Sidney, Neb.,
pacii uiruuKii wiumm uu a iwu luuuma
iour of tho south and west
The Cheeriest Cup for All '
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Let it be from the daintiest A
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to the meal-
Because of bur experience of
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people will find in Old Golden
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a cup of coffee.
Sold in one-pound sealed packages
only air-tight moisture-proof. The ;
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wish to grind it at home fresh
Before each making.
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All Trousers that'
All Trousers worth
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sell regularly to $6,
HI Vlllu .
Get the clean,
with your paper
Get an appetite with it
purify your breath with it.
Preserve the teeth and
improve the digestion of
your family. It costs less
than a cent a stick if you
BUY IT BY THE BOX
mt twenty S nt jwefcagw far
MS mmntrn mt mat rfaafani.
Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S
and get rmml mint leaf
juice fJ 'springy'
gum with no
to have in the house
for family or friends.
It stays fresh until used.
Bm StME H'm WKKULEVS
Look for thm apmmr
Chew it after every meal
fine assortment ehoico this week for $3.69
A GREAT UNDERPRIOING THIS WEEK ON ALL
Floor Samples of Sewing Machines
You Can Secure Some Exceptional Bargains by Taking
Immediate Action. Come Tuesday.
2,500 Yds. Plain and Novelty Silks
Up to $1.00 a yard Values 20 to 36-inch wide in great
variety of most popular weaves and colorings, messalines,
taffetns, foulards, silk poplins, Louisiehos, 40A fill a
French faille, etc., at, yard AOC-wOC
Wash Goods Section
Unbleached 'Muslin, 36 Inch tvttle,
7 He values 5V4o
Leghorn JG-lnch Bleached Muslin.
8 '4 c values 6)&o
Flannelettes, good weight, 10c val
Shirting Cheviots, checks and
stripe, 12Hcvalues lOo
Outing Flannels, good weight, 8 He
values ' OHc
Mikado Crepe for kimonos, loc
Block Sateen, 30-lnch wide, lSc
Poplins, plain or striped, 2So val
ues '.' ...160
Dress Ginghams, remnants, 12Hc
Table Oil Cloths, light and dark
colors, 20c values 18o
Silk finished Foulards, 25c values
Sheets, 72x90, good muslin, 60d
NEW SPRING GOODS
. Now on Sail
All tho new styles in wash
goods, ratines, bongal
lines, new cloth, Lorraine
tisuds, voiles, silk and
cotton mixtures, etc., at,
yd., 25c, 38c, 50c, 75, 85c
Closing out Blankets, Comfort
$5.00 Blankets ...M.9S
$4.ou Blankets ..M.19
$3.5ii Blankets ............. .8115
ts.on Blankets. ..... .. l.6S
2.50 Blankets $1,36
$2.00 Blankets i'U!
Comfortables All comfortables
will go very low. 1
Also Bath Kobe" Blankets will be
closed considerably below cost.
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32 lbs. best aramtlateA
Sugar .... ...... 91 MO
48 lb. sack best High
arado Diamond II Flour
nothing finer' for
bread, pies pr cake
per sack (.....81.10
10 bars Beat-Km-AU,
Diamond C or Iaundry
Queen White Laundry
10 lbs. best Whlto or
Tellow Cornmeal ..19o
8 lbs. best Boiled Break
fast Oatmeal 35c
The beat Domestic Mac
aroni. Vermicelli or
Spaghetti, pkg. ...?Ho
4 lbs. fancy Japan lllce,
lOo quality .......860
4 cans fancy Sweet
Sugar Corn 35o
4 cans Wax, String,
Green or Lima Beatis
3 cans solid packed To
Fancy Table Peaches,
Pears, Plums or Apri
cots, packed in lieaVy
syrup, per can .... lBo
Yeast Foam, pkg 3c
Grape-Nuts, pkg..... 100
6 cans Lu Lu Scouring
Tall cans Alaska Salmon
Quart Jars fancy Man-
zanella Olives ....23a
28-ounce Jars Pure Fruit
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkg. So
All regular 12Ho Cookies
Tuesday, lb: ..... lOo
All regular 16c Cookies,
Tuesday, lb...... 12V4o
Alt regular 10o Cookies.
Tuesday, lb sv&o
.McLaren s 1'eanut uu
ter. lb 13
The best Janan Tea S
ings, id. iuo
Fancy Golden Santo
Coffee, lb. 3O0
xxs fbqp&e's rstrxT
Fancy H'ead Lettuce, at,
3 bundles fresh, crisp
Leaf Lettuce ut. . ..10c
Fancy Cape Cod Cran
berries, quart ...13&a
Fancy Cuban fresh '-ipo.
Tomatoes, per lb., loo
Fresh Beets, Carroty,
Radishes or Turnips,
per bunch Bo
Old Beets. Carrots. Tur
nips or Bed Onions-at.
per lb 2o
Fresh Boasted .Peanut,
per quart 50
15 lbs. best Ohio Pitt
toes for . ., 35o
Fncy Colorado Cauli
flower, per lb ....7 He
BUTJTE A9D EGGS
Market and Xtap tho
The boat Creamet-y But
ter, carton or bulk,, per
Good Country Creamery
Butter, lb. 280
Good Dairy Table Butter
per lb 35a
The best strictly Fresh
Guaranteed JBggs, per
Full Cream Wisconsin
Cheese, lb ...180
The best Imported
Swiss or Iloquefort
Cheese,- lb. 33c
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