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THE PEE: OMAHA. KU.NUAl. MAKU1 K, IVTi
. its hvideiiee in
.Mihrs I'lirimrliiiR lo Prove j
PriVr-im'tir Iy Iilcalc
,Wm i.itiuii Rulftl
I lie fur iniiirnt ajijurcutly ilJ
r iilu:i ynii-fUy in ihe h'4iiiig c(
tlie (nli-ul (i4!e ,'('tuiii!itn aint
NilirKal ft r 4MmiirnU Whole
..! (Itoifrj' iv.tuiaiion for egri
unfair If.i'Ic pr.trliii'.
l liiirlr Mi'Ivin Ntff, prosecutor
f"r tlie fcilcra! bojid, nu'Ie rrpfiitfl
me int i'i iutroilut c in evidence Irt-
it i vritMi fy John Mflliop, r
srmt.iry f the asuiLitidii, to varU
ni uumiCnturrM, iui porting to
ii.ht pi ire-fixing. V.. M, Avrrill,
I'l'-siilint; examiner, refused to ad
tt.it the letters In evidence.
A He Mivt. lined chjectionii "f I'mnict
V. dry, atl rney for the johbern, that
supreme ronrt nctiMons, in the caC
of the federal trade commission
f sr.tinst the I'olgatc and I'.eachnut
companies, permitted manufacturers
to set a price upon their product be
toie it was placed on the market.
Says Boycott Caused Failure.
Mrlhnp remains jniperturbahle
t! roughoiit t lie hearing, which al-
, auy nas progressed inree weens
week in Minneapolis. Keff stated
Kriday he thought the sitting in
Om.tlu would last two or three
lie said he expects lo prove the
government's charge that several
nniimember grocery concerns were
discriminated against and that influ
ence was exercised by respondent to
prevent manufacturers from selling
He said the Basket Stores' recent
failure here was due to a sugar boy
cott enforced by the big organiza
tion. Exceptions Incorporated,
ltc tried lo establish proof of the
tobacco situation by obtaining Mcl
hop's version of a conference with
the head of the Liggett & Myers
company, but again objections of
counsel for the defense were sus-
AfcV 'ft ,,atl ' ceptions t0 Amerill's
i.mgs incorporated in the minutes
i each instance.
Mellwp, on the stand, denied
knowledge of the United Retail Gro
cers' association or that he ever had
made certain statements with regard
to the association.
Sessions are held in the Army
Coventor Proclaims Mar. 20
as Legion Employment Day
Lincoln, March 11. (Special.)-
Governor McKclvie today issued a
proclamation, designating March 20
as American Legion employment
75 Miles of Ice in New Muny Storehouse
! Witt !il -linitMi Mjuii'ijtt
I After I ons Mite
f4H f f i't I.eal'U and severe illues
icvtlrfl week. He 4 7J
With l.iiu h4 i.thei Kcllar tiav.hd'hue II if. v!.a W4 l uM..!',
over tiiokt it the i'ttJ mil l.ir lu f MelUmiiif, Au-trjl j, J .d .
'.miuaied iKilift iidcntU'. lie v,u. i-nif ai.
it i j.'H.ur i.i".
! Atl. Uu-U It j KelUr Un cwi 4 !- In tHif Va, Im IJ'. HeftuflJ
MUr, world fiiiMui iiMttifiaii. d.ed t ii.ini .i n )ihii.uiii.i ai fr'iow" 1111 iom lie Unt It jmi At" il I" 1 ' j' t A
11 bi (iMiiif l.'K vel.td.., ..ll'i lv n'.r ll'f HlV "I he r.,kirH A4." l;e U-M-' r. hi mite In li.mn iu t.. (I. t ,.
When the new municipal ire stor
age house at Twenty-first street
and Topplcton avenue shall have
been filled with 20,000 tons of ice,
there will be one 400-pound cake for
every two persons in Omaha.
The illustration shows the interior
of one of the two large rooms, each
having a capacity of 10,000 tons. The
cakes of ice manufactured at the city
plant run five to the ton. When
filled, this storage will have 100,000
cakes of he. the total weight of
which will be 40,000,000 pounds.
The ice department of the Metro
politart Utilities district has stored
nearly 10,000 tons in the new house
and will have it lillca to capacity ne
fore the ice season opens. The 100,
OOO cakes of ice which this house
will contain would, if placed end to
end, extend for a distance of 75
miles. Each of the two large rooms
is 133 feet long, S3 feet wide and
60 feet from floor to ceiling. The
Is Isolated by
Beatrice Practically Cut Off
by Heaviest Fall of "i ear
Trains Are Lost in
Between now and that date all
persons who have employment to
give are asked to write to L. L.
Dunn, employment secretary of the
( gion, 314 Richards block, Lincoln,
'l"hc governor took this action at
the request of William Ritchie, jr.,
state ccMJimandcr of the legion, who
stated thai s, great number of legion
members arc without work.
Hundreds of Wild Horsey
Perish Because f i old
Sacramento, Cal., March 11. Hun
dreds of wild horses have perished
of starvation on the Owyhee desert,
es a result of deep snow and cold,
according to dispatches from Winne
lnucca, Nev. Stockman arriving at
.Winnemucca brought in reports of
the loss to livestock. The cold
Weather hardened the snow to such
Jli degree that horses . ;ere unable
to reach the grass. Numerous cat
tle and sheep also were lost through
the record-breaking snow and cold
WTiisty Billed as Creosote
Seized by Federal Agents
New York, March 11. Sixty-four
fcarrels of whisky, labeled "creosote,"
,and "linseed oil," were seized In a
freight car on Statcn Island yester
day, after having been traced by pro
Jiibition enforcement agentsirom At
lanta, Ga. The liquor barrels were
placed between barrels of machine
The authorities announced that
the shipment was consigned by the
South Atlantic Paint company or
. .1 . - it-- TT-:-J V..l Crtt-fe
company of Brooklyn.
Grandmother Given Child
Divorced Parents Dispute
If Mrs. Blanche L. Maben wants
to live with her son, Kobert, 0, sne
must live with her mother, Mrs.
Flora Cadv. mt West Point, Neb.,
District Judge Sears decided yester
dav. giving legal custody of the child
to Mrs. Lady.
Her former husband, . William b.
Maben. from whom she got a divorce
in J9'0, sought custody of the child.
alleging she was not giving u v'cl
Care in Omaha. He is ordered to
(nntinue paying her $15 a month.
The ancient civilizations of Baby
lonia Egvpt Crete Greece and
Rome were largely based on wheat,
and it is highly probable that the
first great wheat fields were in the
fertile land between the Tigm and
Beatrice. Neb., March 11. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Beatrice was , rac
tically isolated yesterday by the
heaviest snowstorm ot tlie season,
which set in early yesterday morn
ing following a light rain.. Ihe snow
wet and has drilled but little.
Trains are running behind schedule
on account of the storm. The mois
ture is regarded b farmers as a crop
saver and will put the ground in
tine condition for spring plowing.
Two Trains Lost.
Topeka,' Kan., March 11. (By
A. P.) Two Rock Island trains arc
lost somewhere in the' southwest, a
Union Pacific passenger train has
been cancelled and a Santa Fe train
reached Topeka more than 13 hours
late last night as a result of a bliz
zard which has demoralized train,
telephone and telegraph service
through the southwest.
Texas Man Frozen.
Amarillo, Tex., March 11. The
first fatality in connection with the
blizzard which had held the Texas
Panhandle in a frigid grasp the last
two days was reported here yester
day with the death of Joe Mitchell,
Amarillo automobile tire salesman,
whose frozen body was found 40
miles southeast of here yesterday
afternoon beside his automobile,
stalled in a snowdrift.
Today marked the passing of the
blizzard's intensity. Train service
continues to suffer but with the
clearing of tracks, normal schedules
are expected to be resumed shortly.
Livestock Cases Postponed
Washington, March 11. The sec
retary of agriculture postponed from
Furnish-rl by Omaha Auto Club
Lincoln Hlnhwav. Et Roadi ooJ to
JVnison and east. Jlaraballtown ralr:
Cedar Rapids report roada bad but cars
urn groins through at alow speed.
I.ln.-oln Highway, West Roads food to
O. Jj. P. Highway Roada toot to un
co'n and west.
Highland Cutofr. Fair.
Oornhusker Hlgh-a' Road
Omaha-Topeka Highway Fair. Brtdg
at Louisville closed.
o Street Road Ooof.
Y. A. Road tiood.
Kin of Trails NortlJ Roads good to
3i?ouri alley. lair norm.
King of Trails Sooth Roada good to
- tl-orgo Washington llighivay Roada re
Klack H Us Trail Roads fair to good.
Klver to Klrer Hoad Good to Pes
toins: Towa City reported raina yester
day and. roads were slippery.
Whlta Pole Road Good to Pes Moines.
t O. A. 8horllo Good.
. Hluo Gran Road UHIa rough near
iv 1 l 1 m , vinrr.in .
I. iv-ather reported clear and warmer at
Terr nolnt. - ' ''
Radium, King of Cures
TVs have genuine redium sul
phate, the Wonderful element that
cleans out disease of catarrh, T. B.,
cancers, asthma, rheumatism, kid
ney, spine, tumors, ulcers, nervous
ness, pyorrhea, rectum, prostate and
female troubles, dropsy, sciatica.
heart, stomach, liver, etc., and
strengthens every organ In the body.
It positively will do it and It remains
good forever. Ours Is trio only Kan
ium sold directly to the sick for
treatment hy themselves, you try
it at our risk. Free booklet. Agents
wanted. International Radium Co.,
156 North Spring St., Los Angeles,
March 20 to April 3 the hearing on
the complaint against 110 members
of the St. Louis Livestock Exchange,
order buyers, dealers and traders in
that market, charged with having
boycotted independent commission
companies not members of the ex
change. Ducks Reported in Large
Numbers at Lake Manawa
Lake Manawa is covered with
such enormous numbers of ducks as
have never been seen there before in
the memory of the oldest inhabitants.
Hundreds upon hundreds of the
birds swim in the waters of the lake
and fly about and feed. Many peo
ple are going out from Council
Bluffs to see the unusual sight.
The ducks are protected at this
season by federal law. They must
not be killed.
Nebraskans Are Secretly
Married at Sbenandoah
Shenandoah, la., March 11. (Spe
cial.) Another "secret" wedding
was performed March 3 fn Shenan
doah bv Rev. A. S. Woodard at the
Methodist parsonage. Elmer E.
Wilson, Peru (Neb.) school teacher,
was married to Miss Mihlrcd I. Wil
liams of Nebraska City.
pipes shown in the picture are tit-ed
for refrigeutor purposes, to ptevrnt
the ire melting and "running to
gether." This new storage house, plus the
ed 9,000-ton house, will give a total
storage of 29,00) tons with which to
start the season when J "jitney"
stations will be opened throughout
the city. The ice plant at Twentieth
street and Popplcton avenue now lias
a daily capacity of 220 tons. The Ice
department believes it will he pos
sible to increase this capacity to
240 tons per day during the warm
Last year the municipal ice de
partment sold nearly 50,(100 tons.
for Grip. Influenza, Cough, Sore
Throat and all Colds.
Keep handy, carry in your pocket,
take a dose at the first Chill.
No Narcotic, Strictly Homwpatfcie.
Vrrt. 30c Mid $1.00. t Uruj: Store, or tent
oa receipt of price or C. O. D. Parcel l'oct.
Humphrey, tfnmeo. Medicine Crv, 150 William
Street, 'ow York. Medical Book free.
You Lu no
Idea how imti'li
Is with IM
Nr M. all
7c to f I Ml
no t" Qt
Preparations Extending Over Many Months Results in
This Most Timely Event That Starts Monday Morning
Silks and Woolens for Next Week
Specially Priced for Horn Sewers and Dressmakers
40-In. New Spring
$1.29 You must
sco these great
values in woolens
your new skirts.
56-Incli V el our
Strictly all wool.
Use this spring for
dresses, suits, etc.
40-In. Crepe de Chine,
$1.25 For your new
spring blouses, dress
es, underwear, etc.
36-in. Chiffon Taffeta,
$1.69 Arc soft and
high finish; for your
new spring dress see
these. In nlL the leading-
40-In. Satin Crepe
$2.95 This beautiful
silk noted for its soft
draping effect. ,
36-in. Foulards, $1.49
and $1.69 They arc
all this season's new
patterns, in small de
signs; large assortment.
56-In. All Wool
Iain and liomc
ipun effect for
-our spring suits,
oats and wraps.
56-In. All Wool
Just 1 lie newest
eloih for sport
v e a r, of nice
weight for snriug
36-in. Satin dc Chin,
$1.39 You will find
this a beautiful soft
finish satin and in all
40-In. Canton Crepe,
$2.95 The season's
most wanted fabric;
this is a regular $3.50
to $3.75 seller.
Bee Want Ads Froduce Results.
YOUR GRAY HAIR
Use Grandma's Sage Tea and
Sulphur Recipe and No
body Will Know.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to its
natural color dates back to 'grand
mother's time. She used it to keep
her hair beautifully dark, glossy and
attractive. Whenevr her hair took
on that dull, faded or streaked ap
pearance this simple mixture was ap
plied, with wonderful, effect.
But brewing at home is mussyand
out of date. Nowadays, by asking
at any drug store for a bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, improved by the addi
tion of other ingredients, which can
be depended upon to restore natural
color and beauty to the hair.
A well-known downtown druggist
says it darkens the hair so naturally
und fvenly that nobody can tell it
has been applied. You simply
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
it and draw this through your hair,
taking one strand at a time. By
morning the gray hair disappears,
and after another application or two
it becomes beautifully, dark and
! ft IV
THERE are many
homes once child
less that now are blessed
with healthy, happy chil
den, because Lydia E.
Compound restored the
mother to a healthy, nor
mal physical condition.
The following letters
give ihe experience of
two young women and
prove the value of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound in such cases.
Dark Kapids', Slinn. "L have taken your medicine Lydia E. Tinklmm's
Vegetable Compound when I was a irl for pains, and before aud after
my marriage. I now have a sweet little baby boy, and will send you
his picture. My sisters also take your medicine a nd find it a great help, itud
I recommend it to those who suffer before their babies are born." Mrs.
AY jr. Johnsok, Bos 155, Park Eapids, Minn.
Iutztown, Pa. "I wish every woman who wants children would try Lydia
AV E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It has done so much for me. My
baby is almost a year old now and is the picture of health. She walked at
eleven months and is trying to use her little tongue. She can say some words
real nice. I am sending you her picture. I shall be thankful as long as I
live that I found such a wonderful medicine for my troubles." Mrs.
Chables A. Mehiz, Kutztown, Pa.
These Ietten should induce ethers to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
ricun.irt tu. Lynn. mass. m
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Wm"TMiB:h II 'BHilf 'MIIIHWlH
You can 6r anything you like vlth
your liair aftor you restore it with
Mary T. Goldman. Ttaa beautiful,
cvfn color is perfectly natural no
streaks or freakish discoloration to
betray your secret.
Nothing to wash off or rub off
Mary T. Goldman's isn't a crude dyew
but a clear, colorless restorer safev
certain ami easy to apply.
Mail the Coupon
Don't accept any Htatement on faith,
but judgo for yourself by results.. Fill
out the coupon carefully, and if possi
ble enclose a lock of hair in your letter.
When you have judged by this test on
one lock, get a full-sized bottle fiom
your druggist, or direct from us.
Mary T. Goldman,
Goldman 8Wf St !, Mlfi.
I Please send me your FREE trial bot- I
lie of Mary T. Goldman's Hair Color
IKestorer. The natural color of my hair I
is black jet black...... dark brown I
I medium brown.... light brown, light I
auburn or blond........ I
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Please print your nam and addreai
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of ke Bee
&11 ihe neva
Hard and Red. Itchedand Burned.
Lost Sleep. Cuticura Heals,
"My trouble began with indiges
tion which caused my face to break
out with blackheads and "pimples.
The pimples were hard and red end
festered over,-and itched and burned
a great deal. My face was disfigured,
and I lost a lot of sleep.
"The trouble lasted about a year
before I began using Cuticura Soap
and Ointment, and after using two
cakes of Cuticura Soap and two boxes
of Cuticura Ointment I was healed,
in three months." (Signed) Miss
Luclla Loper, R. F. C 2, Fcnwick,
Mich., July 25, 1921.
Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal
cum are all you need for all toilet
uses. Bathe with Soap, soothe with
Ointment, dust with Talcum,
Stapltlfccll Fra bv Mall. Addrtll: "Catleiiri
mMlH. Dnl 1.IUMU. Kw " SoK) imrr
wher.. Soapft. Ointment 2t and 60. Talcum 26c.
WPXuticara Soap abaTCa without mug.
Stops Colds Quickly
It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold
That May Develop Into Pneu
monia or Influenza
Get a box of Zerbst's Grip Cap
ulMuse as directed ami relief he
fchij almost icf-tarilly. Just the Uitnjt
for rlulrlfen. ZerlwL's tJrtp Oapmilfi
are compiled of gmil old reliable nvli
known iiifrruiliwits known ami rwitro
picnflcft for over 13 yrarn. Nime pftnuuifl
without the uame Zerbit'i Grip Cap
At nil drupslstP. 5o or rirrct from
7ERBST PHARMACAL COMPANY
St. Juitprt, Mitiouii
Why You Need Iron-
To Make You Strong and "Brainy" and Put the
Power Into Your Blood To Overcome Disease Germs
85-Cent Bottle FREE
Jusf biuprt you start tho flay worrl',l
and tii-ud, stiff lcjs nnl ttrmn jind mus
rlrp. an aliin head, lxirnin? am! bartna1
down tmips in thn bark worn out trrfoi
tho day boKins do not think you bit.
to stay in that condition.
Oct Tvi-ll! Bo free from stiff .lolnta,
soro musrles, rheumatic pnina, ariiitiflr
bank, kidney or bladdor troublrs Start
K jnu suffer from bladder wcaknrsa
with burninK. BiuldltiB t.alns, or if vou
ara in and out of bod half a dozen tinica
at nlKht, you will anprmatB tho rest,
comfort arid strcnBtli Ihia treatment gives.
Vo will ;ivo you for your own uso on
S-cent bottlB (32 doses) FliKK to con
vince you Tho WltHaius Treatment eon
ouers kidney and bladder troubles, rheu
matism an dall other ailtnenis, no matter
how chronic or stubborn when caused by
excessive uric acid.
('end this notien with vour luttpr to
Tho Dr. U. A. Williams Co., Dept. W-MS
P. O. Xloclt. East Hampton. Conn. Pleaso
semi ten cents to holy pay part cost of
posiafto. packiiiir. etc. Wo will mail to
you by Tarcei Post, delivery paid, a regu
lar S6-cent bottle of Tho Williams Treat.
nn-nt (33 TJ't.SKS), without obllRallon or
expense. Only one bottio to tho samo d
drvss or family. Established 189L'.
The food you eat
When your food is di
gested it is absorbed
from the intestines
the carbon in your
food conies in con
tact with the oxygen
carried by the iron
in your blood, tha
CHTDon wiu, oxyft-eu 7 -i.jl.fj
uniteindbyiodoing impoverished blood
they (ire off tre- corpuscles highly
mendout enerjy. magnified.
thereby lirinj you
great force, strength and endurance. With
out iron Tour blood carries no oxygen and
w itbout oxycen there is nothing to unite with
the carbon in your food, so that what you eat
does you no pood yon do not net any strength
from It it is like putting real into a store
without a fire. Yon cannot get any beat un
less the coal unite with the fire.
- The strongest wanpon with which to pre
vent and overcome colds, pneumonia, kidney
trouble, rheumatism, nervous prostration, in
fact almost aay disease cr disease germs is
plenty of good rich, pure blood, strength,
energyand euduranceandthe greatest energy
carrier In the body is organic iron, not metal
lic iron which people usually take, but or
ganic iron like the iron in spinach, lentils
and apples, and like the Iron contained in
what is known as organic Nuxatcd Iron,
which may be bad from almost any druggist.
Nuxatcd Iron often Increases the strength,
energy and endurance of weak, nervous, run
down folks to two
It has been nsed
and highly recom
mended by former j
United States Sena
tors, Members of I
Con (free. Judges of
V. S. Courts, many
physicians and pro
people are now using
It annually. Satis
factory results ara
guaranteed or the
manufacturers will refund your money. Sold
by all druggists in'tablet form only.
. Healthy blood or
This is turning an old phrase far
about, but modern methods of reducing
fat havo made this revision possible. .
If you aro ovcrfat and also averao to
Physical exertion; if you are likewise fond
of tha table and still want to reduce your
excess flesh several pounds, do this: lio
to your dniKRist for write the Mannnla
Company. 4613 Woodward Avenue, De
troit, Mich.) and give him (or send them
one dollar. For this modest amount of
money the druga-lst will put you in th
way of satisfying your ambition for a
nice, trim, slim figure. ITo win hand vou
a caso of Marmoia Prescription Tablets,
(compounded in accordance with the
famous Alarmoia Prescription), ona of
which you must take after each meal and
at bedtime until otl beirlti to lose jour
fat steadily and easily. Then continue the
treatment until your weicht Is what you
desire. JIarmola Prescription Tablets ara
not only harmless but really beneficial to
the general health. Vou don't seed starva
tion diet or weakening exercises. Just go
on rating what you like. leave exercistnic
to too ainietea. cut tak your little lab
let faithfully, and without a doubt tha'
flabby flesh will quickly take unt ttse'f
Wins, leaving behind it your na'UiKl self,
neatly clothed in um fksh and trim