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WEBER IS HELD
BY GRAND JURY
World-Herald Artist Charged
With Carrying Concealed
Weapons On Night Mob
, Terrorized City.
Leonard Paul Weber, designing
artist in the World-Herald advertis
ing department, was indicted by the
special grand jury yesterday on the
charge of carrying concealed weap
ons the night of the court house
riot Weber was arrested in the
World-Herald office on Monday or"
last week. Police said he made a
confession to having struck Mayor
Smith on the head with a revolver.
Weber, interviewed in the county
jail, denied this and declared he was
only joking when he told fellow em
ployes of his alleged activities in
He admitted taking a .revolver
from the desk of T. G. Devaney, a
fellow-employe and carrying it dur
ing the riot. He denied that he
had any part in the attack on Mayor
Smith and said the revolver he car
ried had no ammunition in it. Po
lice said several shots had been fired
from the revolver.
Weber is married and lives at 3350
South Nineteenth street.
Another Indicted Today.
Eli Snyder, 16 years old, 3027 Val
ley street, was the second man in
dicted yesterday. The charge against
him is unlawful assemblage and
Eight men who were held without
bail in the county jail for riot in
vestigation were ordered released
by the grand jury, not sufficient evi
dence being found against them for
indictement. They are:
John Goss, 17, 826 South Twenty
first street; George Staley, 19, 4827
South Twenty-fourth street; Ed.
Gilbert, Westport, Conn.; Victor
Baglio, 19, 1720 South Thirteenth
street; Howard Brown, negro, 1635
North Twenty-first street; Frank
Goggin, 17, 620 North Eighteenth
street; Leonard Johnson and Frank
Penalties Are Fixed.
The penalties fixed by statute for
persons found guilty on charges re
turned by the grand jury in riot
cases are as follows:
First degree murder, death or im
prisonment for life.
Conspiracy to commit murder,
death or imprisonment for life.
Arson, two to 20 years in the peni
tentiary. Carrying concealed weapons, im
prisonment not to exceed two years
or a fine not to exceed $1,000.
Unlawful assemblage and rioting,
imprisonment notto exceed 90 days
and a fine not to exceed $100.
The indictments for unlawful as
semblage and rioting include the fol
"Unlawfully, riotously assembling
Nellie Evenson was granted a di
vorce from Theodore Evensen on
the ground of non-support by Judge
Troup in divorce court
Alleging that Edward H. Lindsay,
whom she married in Council Bluffs,
May 15, 1919, has deserted her, Anna
Lindsay secured a divorce from him
in Judge Day's court
Blanche Cronk, who filed suit for
divorce against her husband, Frank
Cronk in district court, was granted
temporary alimony of $10 a week
by District Judge Troup. She al
leges that her husband often told
her that he loved another woman
in Council Bluffs better than he
loved her. ,
Mrs. Belle Zipp was granted a di
vorce from Samuel Zipp by Judge
Day in- divorce court on the ground
of nonsupport Custody of the two
children was given to Mr. Zipp with
provision that Mrs. Zipp may visit
them whenever she wishes.
James Marcan, on charges of ex
treme cruelty, was granted a di
vorce from Marie Marcan by Judge
Troup in divorce court
Jennie. Churchill, charging her
husband, Leonard, with cruelty, filed
suit in district court for a divorce
from him and restoration of her
maiden name, Samble.
with intent to dlsturb the public
peace and with force and violence to
beat, bruise, wound, ill-treat, kill and
slay William Brown and certain
members of the police force.
"Unlawfully and with force and
violence to injure, destroy, devas
tate and demolish the property of
the county of Douglas, towit, the
court house and other property
"Arming themselves with bricks,
stones, clubs, guns, pistols, ropes,
gasoline, matches and other offen
sive weapons, thereby, then and
there greatly alarming, terrifying
and disturbing not only the said
William Brown and the said police
officers, but also many good and:
The grand jury also returned an
indictment yesterday against George
Hamilton, -accused of grand larceny
from Benson & Thome, department
store, October 18.
40,000 Belgian Cars Found
Brussels, Oct22. Marshal Foch
has informed the Belgian govern
ment by telegraph that 40,000 Bel
gian freight cars have been found
on the'left bank of the Rhine.
( Where Are They Going?
to Pag 4
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to get one of these splendid bar
gains at a fraction of what you'll
pay for the same instrument later
on is right nowl
Next Saturday , is your LAST CHANCE
to take advantage of these amazing re
ductions and liberal terms. Even Satur
day may be too late, as the remaining
bargains are so few that a big rush of buyers would
clean them out even a day or two earlier. Better
come today or tomorrow to make sure of getting
the one you want. -
Lyon A Healy, Ebony
Steger, Walnut -t $178
Columbus, Oak $153
Takes Your Choice
of Three $600
Used Only as
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Ebony, at , . ".
Schmoller A Mueller,
hogany, at $245
hogany, at $260
Sehmoller & Mueller,
Kimball, Oak .......-$278
8. A M. Player Piano,
Mahogany ..: $396
Stein way Grand
(used) at...: $495
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Every instrument fully guaranteed to be as rep
resented or money refunded without question or
argument. Could anything be fairer!
"Within one year's time you may exchange
v. the instrument you purchase for any
other of equal or greater value on our
floors, and get credit for all you
paid on the first one. Stool and
Scarf are included .free with
' every Piano; and Bench, Scarf
and $10.00 worth of Music
Rolls with every Player
Takes Tour Choice
of Two Used
Easy Monthly Terms
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SCHOOL HEAD IS
SPEAKER AT MEET
OF ROTARY CLUB
Location, Cost and Reason for
Proposed New Schools
Explained by Supt.
J. H. Beveridge. ' ,"
J. H. Beveridge, superintendent of
the Omaha public schools, outlined
the complete plan of the school
bond issue of $5,000,000 to the mem
bers of thr Rntarv -1iiK vctrdav at
their regular weekly luncheon at the
TT -t T- . .
"5r.rr.- n( th mf.Unn.U ,. nM
for school purposes and should be
abandoned and new buildings erect
ed, while at the present time 2,000
school children are spending their
time in temporary annexes which
should be abandoned.
"Some schools need jnore play
grounds and others cannot ade
quately accommodate the number of
the pupils they have. The children
will be in the .streets if they have no
Mr. Beveridge in detail told Ro
tarians where the money was to be
spent and the amounts necessary for
the different schools.
"It will cost the taxpayer 71 cents
per year for the first IS years, on
actual value of each $1,000 worth of
property which he owns, and for the
second 15 years it will cost $1.65 per
year, or a total of "$35.40 in 30 years
for the entire bond issue," he said.
One hundred and fifty members
attended the luncheon. Dr. H. L.
Akin presided as chairman.
Are you going to the theater or
movies tonight? If so see amuse
Mayor Smith Expects
to Resume His Official
Duties November 1
Mayor , Smith telegraphed his
secretary, O. M. Olsen, that he ex
pects to return to his official du
ties about November 1. The mayor
is resting at Haines City, Fla.,
where a son has a farm.
He was taken from an Omaha
hospital two weeks ago to Excel
sior Springs, Mo., where he re
mained for a few days before pro
ceeding 4o Florida.
City Prepares to Observe
Anniversary of Armistice
Acting Mayor Ure yesterday stated
that he will call a meeting of repre
sentatives of various docal organi
zations, to prepare a plan for ob
serving the first anniversary of the
armistice of the world war. No
vember 11 will be the date.
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Women's and Misses' Coats
Here Are a Few of the Coats in the Sale Last
Saturday TJjat Created So Much Enthusiasm
A FEW more of the kind of wonderful coats sold Saturday are to
be had here Thursday. Silvertones, Velours, Novel Tweeds and
Broadcloths, fur collars, fancy linings, smart garments displaying
-large collars in shawl and convertible types, deep pockets, flare and
belted backs. Wide range of colors. 1 ;
Ranging in Value to 65.00
Clever in Design Remarkable in Value Moderate in Cost The
Features That Designate This As An Important SellingOccasion of
Women's and Misses' Dresses '
THESE special sales in various groups offer choice of Serges, Tricotines, Wool Jerseys, Satihv.
and Georgette combinations. A dress for all occasions, when a smart, practical frock is de
sired. Charming models featuring style items shown in higher priced lines. Coat dresses, chemise
types, as well as dressier models in silks that feature tunics and drapery in skirts, close bodice fin
ished with the becoming dainty ruffle collars, or more severe plain ' lines. Embroidery, braidings,
angora wool braids are trimming details adding attractive finishing. ; ,
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Imported and Domestic
At Below Present Day
A ND the moderate pricings come as a're
suit of our buying at a time when prices
were far below the market prices of today.
Our patrons benefit by our foresightedness
and merchandising ability.
WOMEN'S GLOVES Extra
selected Grenoble kid over
- seam, in the wanted shades
of "taupe, gray, brown, ,tan,
African, white and black,
with attractively embroid
ered backs, per pair, 3.50.
IMPORTED CAPE SKIN.
GLOVES, in the celebrated
Perrin make. Some novel
ties and others in more con
servative styles in shades of
putty, pearl, African, castor,
oxford, tan and oyster. One
clasp styles P. K. and P. X.'
M. seams. Special, pair, $3.
DOUBLE SILK GLOVES for women. Kay.'.r silk,
splendid quality tricot, with two-toned embroidered
backs, in gray, mastic, brown, white, black. Pr. 1.75.
PURE MILANESE OR TRICOT SILK GLOVES
'Self or two-toned embroidered backs, all with double
tipped fingers, in the desirable shades of brown,
. navy, oxford, mastic, pongee. Also white and black.
Choice of Eayser or Van Kaalte make. Pair, 1.25.
Fashion Has Pronounced
EXQUISITE, entirely new creations in low
footwear are given prominence in our
Patent, satin, dull calf,
ooze buck and glazed and
mat kid, and the new brown ' " -in
calf and kid.
WOMEN will wear these now, either as
they are orwith charming buckles. For
later wear they will give admirable service
with glove fitting boot tops.
Special display Thursday in all leading
styles and shades. Prices are from
7.50 to 12.50
Featuring for Thursday 2
At lz Less Former Prices
MOTHERS who have wee totsto' clothe will
find this offering of especial interest. It
concerns broken, lots of infants' all wool, part
wool and silk and wool shirts, in sizes 2 to 6
years. Because of our inability to "fill in" wa
are offering these broken lots of infants' shirts
Priced at 59c to 1J0 '
The prices are governed by the quality. Not all
sizes in each style, but-all, styles and sizes in the lot
made of Outing Flannel.
Plain white and colors.
Sizes 1 to 10. Special, '
made of good quality
white sateen and crepe.
Ages' 12 to 16 years.
Specially priced for
Children's Rompers and
139 to 239
Just received a big shipment. Long sleeves, heavy
material, of fine Devonshire eloth and Chambray. Blut
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