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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1f09.
ASK NEW TRIALiORCOODELL
ittomeyi liaks Formal Motion for
'. Kin Kennott's Murderer.
EE 13 LEAST CONCEBJTED OF ALL
VrMrfc Wki ttok Girl la HI Armi
4 K 1114 Hn Arfan Utterly
v laajffarvat Hit Owi
w! Wi Babeush Ml Charles Foster,
eouneel or Van Oooell,- entered a motion
Thursday for new trial for their client.
-onTletd Monday nla-ht; of tha murder of
Edna Cnt ." punishment fixed at
Ufa Imprisonment. ,
Tha Hew trial Is asked for on rartoue
grounds; .That th tourt erred In giving
certain Instructions' and In refusing others;
that the county attorney should not have
been allowed to tell the Jury that there had
been many complaints as to the laxity of
criminal prosecution In the United Btstes,
and that he hoped there would be no reason
for fault-finding- with the action of the Jury
In this case. The newly discovered evi
dence ef R. M. Harrup of Harrup, 8. D., Is
also cited aa a ground for a rehearing.
No date has been act for arguing (he
motion,' which .la more or less of a for
mality. ' It has not been determined defi
nitely whether .an appeal-to Lincoln will be
taken fn the altogether likely event of the
motion being overruled. Ooodell will not
be formally sentenced until this motion has
been- disposed Of- .
Marilerer la laalffersa.
Tfe'men who ruthlessly shot the girl Is
ens of the least concerned persona In Omaha
over 'his conviction. He Is seemingly Indif
ferent, to. further steps In his case and the
greatest evidence of any feeling he has dis
played la shown in an answer to a question,
"Mow do you feelt"
' feel black and blue all ever," said' the
murderer laughing, ,
"How do you mean 7" aaked his questioner.
"From the pounding English gave me,"
he, answered. -, ,
There was no activity In criminal court
'Thursday. Judge Sears being In Lincoln.
Thaica of. Mex, Weeks went over until
Tuesday. Two Juvenile offenders were be
fore Judge EMail. Harry Hamlin,' a de
faulting messenger boy, and Andrew Beck.
aa!4 to have robbed hla parent!, were both
sent to Kearney. Saturday Judge Eetelle
wilt have other -Juvenile cases. Including
those of two little colored girls. Bell Irwin
artd'MUIa Daniels. A pretty valentine with
a large pink -Cupid on It fascinated these
children In the Brandela store and likewise
a '1 bear appealed to the children so
lrres. -ably that they tried to "hook"
them. - Some bright and ahlny marblea
were the. cause ,of. the downfall of Fred
Compton In another store, and he, too, will
be brought before the Juvenile court.
A fme - Kimball Upright, In walnut case.
Has-been thoroughly repaired and polished
and Is in excellent condition. Costs when
new .0O bow 17.00. ,
' ", "Exchange Department."
CORN HITS THE HIGHEST MARK
ells' fer Over-Five Tlaaea the Prices
that It Broacht Flfteea
. .v.. ' Years At., . -
' Corn . eold .on the, Omaha' cash market
Thursday for mora than five times the
price 'quoted 'by men who bought it at
their country elevators out over Nebraska
fifteen years ago. this month.
1 Tallow corn brought 94 cents and ..white
corn aa high Is 81 oents. This is not
merely a quoted prise, but many car loads
were sold at S8QUa cents eold to some
of the very - dealers who . bought it and
stored-It In ertbe along the light of way,
unshelled and uncovered for 11 cents per
bushed In January and 'February 1896. ..
While the cash price waa high in Omaha,
It has been temporarily higher, reaching
close to TO cents a year ago. The speculative
itrica - Tor May corn reached 6tt cents
Thursday. Com has been very strong for
several days and dealers say they they
would 'not be surprised if many, car loads
were sold on the-Omaha market tor more
than tS cents before the end of the week.
. ' Daaftreii Bar aery
m'the abdominal region la prevented by
the -use ef txr. King's New Life Pills, the
1 painless purifiers. Be For sale by Beaton
Drug-Co. - . .
'AUTO; RUNS OVER SICK MAN
Kehraaka. 23ST Gets' Hospital Fa-
tleat mm Whisks Its
' - v ; ,;. Way.
Frank'. Robinson, a patient at the oounty
..hospital, was run over by an automobile at
. Vwaaty-fourtb. and Cuming streets Thura
i , Say morning and severely Injured.
o.Xhe number of the automobile was 1227.
.vMebiMka. and City Clerk Butler haa asked
the secretary, of state to send him the name
ml the owner ef the machine, -t
Mr- .'Robinson . said that he was crossing
the streef behind a truck when the auto
, , mapile 'ran Into him without any warning.
,' .The driver did npt ring a bell or sound a
a.-Jma. and tha, pedestrian dk not aee It In
,s- Urae to get out of the way.
t 'tf R. Kluger, the Jeweler. MM Virginia
Ave.,' Indianapolis. lad., writes: "I was so
'weak 'from kidney trouble that I eould
hardly walk' a hundred feet Four bottles
' at Foley's Kidney Remedy cleared my con.
' aiealee, c jred my backache and the lrrag
' ' alarltlss disappeared and I can bow attend
"to business every day, and recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers.
' aa It cured wie after the doctors and other
- remedies had Jailed." For sale by all drug-
Touched by no
, CUSTER DROWN
Vk rappJ mt the Own"
Efl Kl A Kl YB
No store in the west offers such Big Remnant Bargains
as Brandeis. Every piece here is a special. Every woman
Carload of High Grade Wash Goods Remnants on
Sale in the Basement for the First Time.
White Waiitifil Remnants of Voiles
rndTum" Very crispy, plain voile., short
fancy, white walstlng.-aleo white remnants of the 26c grades,
mercerised mediae walstlng jm n 1
every yard worth 1 llf various colors; at 1 1.' rl
52'. ..jUb yard , ( 2C
Fancy White Goods Ginghams
ThouaandB of yardi Of fancy white Never before so pretty and the aasort-
goods for ehlldrens' weai- lOo mnt nvr ao lnrrs u tht Ai .
and 12Ue gradea allrhtlv D'w 1!09 tni- Walnt and III ft
rnnmmmA- ma J il 1 ""l ,enfth. the Toll, dull oR
musaed, t. yd. ........ .34 nord grade, at, yd .SW
Lwr Rcmnarits Table Damask
Plain and fancy lawn remnants 68-Inch unfinished table damask
worth up to 10c a " 1 w111 De B11 Friday on -mi ,
"?..pr!c.:...... 2 C It"jy.Ls .7 72C
White Cambric Mutlins
Finest whita cambric rernnanta, Bleached and unbleached muslin
also very fine double fold mull remnants 5 bales of n .
cambrics values up to 16c yd.; each to sell Friday; -P
t yd 7c at yard
Friday Forenoon Afternoon beginning 1:30
Remnants of 36-Inch chambray Yard wide white lingerie cloth
ginghams and fancy dress a , that is mercerized and r
ginghams, also printed ma- (-P worth 16c yd.; remnants in hP
dras effecU. at yd WU desirable lengths; at yd...MU
Remnants of Desirable New Sprine; Fabrics.
We bought a big lot of mill ends and manufacturer's sample
pieces at a big sacrifice.
36-inch wool dress goods in navies, browns, greys, greens,
black and cream, regular price 39c to 50c; very 4 n.
special at,"yard I J C
69c DRESS GOODS AT 19c yd.
43-inch Armure weave dress goods in full pieces suitable for
entire dreses, separate skirts and childrens wear posi
entire dresses, separate skirts, waists and hlldrpn n -
wearpositively worth 69c a yard, at, yard. I "C
$1.50 Dress GooiU at49e yd.
ah our line or dress goods "rem
nants from 8 to 8 yards and
from (40 Inches to 68 Inches
wide grey mixtures, Victoria
suitings, wool taffetas, etc.
good lengths worth from n
II to 11.60; all go flUO
. ... TVU
Dress Goods in Basement
Full pieces of 43-inch corded
suitings in navies, browns,
greys, greens, bordeaux and
black, as long as they
last, at yard lou
Remants of New Silks
Special clearing sale of odd lots of fancy silks, all silk taffe
tas, Habutai silks, satins, 27-inch Japanese crepes nT
worth 50c to 75c; at, yd UZ
$1 DRESS SILKS at 49c and 59c yd.
Fancy and plain weave dress silks; all this spring's patterns
and newest colorings, seeded effects, satin . stripes, pin
vuTCao ouu uarieu patterns values to si; an n4 rn.
4au anu oac
Our special guaraAeed quality
20-inch worth v arj.
76c yard; at yd..l HOC
PhoenU mills, 27-lneh always
Our yard-wide Brandeis Special
worth $1.60 yard; nr.
Newest Spring Foulards
Latest spring foulards the
finest collection dress fou
lards ever shown west of
at yard 69c to 1.25
J BRANDEIS STORES
R.emna.fits, Mill Ends and Manufacturer's Sample Strips
Fine Val Laces and Insertions at 24c Yard
Frtnch and Ofrman vol lacet and instr lions, also plat
vats, torch0n, cluny and fancy lactt ' J
till kinds bargain square-" worth vp r
to 10c, at yd a&rf-C V
75c Waist and Costume Nets at 39c Yard
42-inch newTwaists and costume nets dainty ring, polka
and coin dots, also striped and tucked effects on fine and
hexagon nfesh grounds white, cream and ecru Oft
positively.tfbrth 75c a yard, at, yard '. tJeC
Remnants. Trial Strips and Odd Lots of 12Jc
' Embroideries and Insertions at 6c yard
Fine cambric "'and nainsook edgings, insertings and head
ings, up to 9 inches wide big bargain square piled -high;
worth-up to 12Vfcc, at, yard UC
30c Fine Fleuncings and Skirtings at 15d yd.
Also 18-inch corset cover embroideries, also wide edges and
insertions-all fine qualities, pretty new designs 4 r
anjmmense assortment ; worth up to.30ct at, yd J.9C
-BILIY POSStMS-'-the Teddy Bears' Brothers, are here
fria Georgia-See the Latest Novelties , 16th St Window
Bee Want 'Ads
- - Produce Results
1 vX v 'l
SPKIXO 8TVLK BOOK llliiMrallna 1ROO I
ncwr aljlra, for 30 And FRKK l'attern. I
AT BENNETT'S FRIDAY
Clvaming tip odd lot and rrry donlrablc on too at surprising sacrU
.-.f flees. Not each lot carefully.' j
cmssa goods - srxxs arxxs
All wool material, all Iarg mlscllanrous Kavanty-flve plws
-colors ' and weaves. ,ot Mesallnes, Taf- brown chansiable Taf-
U in i vn1 t.!re fpt' "to., all colors. fta. 16 to JO yard
, . c values to 75o, 1H to Unaths. new nooda.
values to 7Be, Sultlnas yttra pieces, clearing worth 76o yard, ape-
and Challles, yard at, yard ClaJ, at yard
15c I 19c 1 29c
wam ooosa Z.ACZI mu
Remnants Percales. Novelty Torchons, up nemnants of new
Olnahams. Crepes. to S-lnches wide. Mescalines and Peau
Madras, etc.. desirable Kdges and Insertluna de Cynnes. In late col-
lengths, values to 20c. to match, values to 10 stripe's etc values""
at yard cents, at yard 11.00, at yard
5c 5c 49c
Z.AOZS ALLOT1H XKBROrDZmrES
Venise Bands and Net A Hover Net Laces and Eighteen Inch C. P.
Top Banda and Edgea, Embroidered Nets, for Edges. Swiss and
white and ecru, up to waists, sleeves, yokes, Nainsook, showy pat-
6-lnches wlda, values etc., white and ecru, terns, fine 29o goods,
16c, at yard worth 76c, at yard at yard
5c 39c 15c
Odd Lots Xi Garment Section
Get vigorous markdown, to make Quick riddance on Friday.
One Lot Suits from Last Season, light colored and white wool suits
that sold up to $25 marked quick clearance.
No alterations will be made, chblca
10O Long Coata, heavy Scotch mixture; many double breasted and
military collar styles; 100 In all; values
to $25; at.
Girls' Presses, small lot; checks
In dark colors; sizes 6 to 14;
values to $2; at 50
Infants' Flannelette skirts and
gowns, 75o values; at.... 35
Infants' white dresses, 2, 3, and
4-year, sizes; slightly soiled;
values to $2; at f)St
Dressing' Bacques; your pick 01
flannelette sacques that were
$1, and $1.25; now 75
Bearskin and velvet bonnets,
worth to $1; at 15
Net and Messaline Waists; quite
elaborate styles; worth to $10;
about 50 in all; closing
Combination Cambric material,
2 -piece corset cover and petti
coat; 2-plece drawer and petti
coat; 3-plece drawer, petticoat
and corset cover; values to
$3.95; for .....$1.05
NO MAIL ORDERS.
Discontinued' lines, etc., some that have become a little soiled; sample
line! bought up at a price, including all shapes and colors; f ft'
regnlarly' $1,' now. .....,... JC
Command KUste Corsets, in new, clean, fresh goods and up-to-date
styles; long hip and high bust models, with 'supporters; Ctl
75c values; at. OUC
Women's Sample Shoes
$5, $4 and $3 Qualities 1 QO
in Friday's Sale at ... . . vPI-JO
These are strictly new styles in the better grades in patent kid,
patent colt, and gun metal; laced or button styles. An extraordinary
W omens' Rubbers; lot storm and
low cut atyles; every pair good;
75c quality; Friday, pair. -48
Childrens' Shoes; lot
shoes; sizes up to 8;
price, 65c to 8c; pair.
60 Sheet Tablets
letter sze; high grade paper;
made to sell at 25c, including
ten stamps, for.. 10
Our once-a-year special all this
week; reduction on all or
Linens. White Goods, Domestics
Every item a powerful magnet
just as advertised.
62-lnch bleached table damask;
regular price, 30c; at yd.. 194k
Bleached crash toweling; red bor-
derj reg. price, 11c; for
Bed spreads, fringed or hemmed;
$1.25 values, for. ........
Curtain Swiss, 36-Inch; regular
' price, 1 Be; for 10
to draw the crowds. Every item
White waistings, checks and
stripes; 17c goods, at 11
Bleached muslin, yard wide; 10c
quality, at 43
Remnants, outing and canton
flannels; 10c goods, at.... 3
Waisting remnants. 2 to 4 yards,
worth 25c to 36c; at, yd... 14
BENNETT S BIG GROCERY
corrzzs boiitio btbbt bat
Bennett s Freakfaat Coffee. 2 pound can for 80 and
Bennett's Oulilen Coffee, pound Qtto -and
Teas, assorted, per pound 38a and
Tea Klftlnga, per pound 16 and
Galllard's Olive Oil, large bottle for 70o and
Bumham's Clam Chowder, two 20o can for
Pure. Honey, Mason pint far - Sfto -end
Diamond 6. Chill Bauce, bottle 16o and
Mlnute-Oelatlnr, asaurted, 3 packages for
Kddy's New Dome Mustard- , lSViO and
Uranulated Sugar. 20 pounds for
Btollwerck's Chocolate, h pound cake for 83o and
JUdium Stove Polish 18Vc and
Safety Matches, doien boxea for
Pure Km It Butters and Jellies, glass
nVIIli fine large California Prunes, special offer, regular
lty, at per pound
Pomeroy Corn. S cans for B6e and
Poppy Evaporated Milk, large ran for 10 and.
Bennett'a Bargain Soap, ten bars for
40 green atampa
SO green atampa
40 green alamps
10 green stamps
40 green stamps
i0 green stamps
10 green alamps
10 green stamp.
10 green stamps .
10 green stamps
10 green stampa
6 green stamps
We sell the Waterman, a nd the Self-Killing Conklln.
These are two of the bes t makes, and are fuliv
guaranteed In every way Any pen to ault your hand
pend a few minute, in o ur .tore.
X.OOK FOB TBI JTAHB.
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
isis bouoxlIS arxxs-r
Do You Want
Yonr Home Warm?
J. C. Dixby G. Oon Co.
Veattaa' aaJtaxy Bafflaaevs
Picas aa4 esslftoa.tioaa tot Xaatlag
Bandalka4 aa4 Plaata XaataUs
1 ' OomfleU.
322 U. ISlh. Tel. Diug. 3463
So You Musi Store
Then call us today. We have the
place you want We have the facilities
you appreciate. We have the vans and
the men to relieve you of every detail.
OMAHA VAN & STORAGE CO.
Doug. 1559 lnd. A-1559.
THS RKUABLB STORB
Friday Wo Colobrato Our
Twenty Second Anniversary
With the greatest value giving in seasonable Dress Fab
rics and Domestics, we have ever attempted. Leaders at
all times in assortments and low prices. We surpass all pre
vious efforts in this great sale. Compare these values.
VVcol Cress Goods
All Priestley's celebrated English
All Fred K. . Arnold's celebrated
German black goods
- All Lupin's .celebrated French
black dress goods
All our American black dress
goods Everything in stork,
nothing excepted, will go at ex
actly Half the Marked 1
All our foreign and domestic col
ored wool dress goods. This in
cludes everything in our high
grade dress goods stock. No
limit to quantity. For this day
only at exactly-
Half the Marked 1
- - No black goods sold In afternoon
. nor colored goods sold In the
forenoon at these prices.
Wash Goods Dspt
260 pieces of Wm. Anderson's
genuine Scotch criterion ging
hams, 3S-inch wide; absolutely
fast colors: for all j i
Friday, at IfcjC
Arnold's genuine 18c Scotch
Zepheretts, 32-lnch wide; abso
lutely fast colors; all
All our silk and mercerised fou
lards, fin colorings: 0O
Friday, only. . . k VtJC
All our evening shade in printed
silk mulls, called Flora de Bole,
worth &0c and 69c yd., 'SOa
Friday only, at
All our 25c t4 t2,e
pongees ............ I w C
All our 39o
pongees ............ a&ww
All our 60c ,
All our 69c OQ,
About 60 other specials in this
department too numerous to men
tion. , -
TABLE AND DED LKIEO DARGAIHS
Silver bleached table linen, 63
lneb.es wide, heavy and good for
wear; worth 69c yd. Anniversary
sale Price, yd 39
Heavy Scotch cream table damask,
72-ln. wide; warranted pure flax,
worth $1.26 yd., Anniversary
Sale price, yard 69
Half bleached dinner napkins, all
pure linen;, well worth $3.60
dos.. Anniversary . Sale Price,
six for -80
Full bleached hem-stitched table
cloths, sire 3x4; ;some $2 val
ues; Anniversary Sale Price,
White Goods Specials
All our new embroidered Swisses,
32-ln. wide, in all the newest
designs. In this sale, at yd.. Cfl
98c, 86c, 69c and .
Mercerised checks, ' for lingerie
waists; regular 46c goods, Oft
at yd 0UC
Mercerised fancies and plain white
Madras for tailored waists, at,
.. yd., 39c, 26c, 19c
40-ln. lawn, regular 18c t 1
grade, at, yd. IC2v
Sheer Batiste, 46-in. wide In this
sale at yd., 69c, S9c r-
French lawns, 46-in. wide, MQ
at, yd 98c. 86c and 0U
Wash Chiffon. 46-in. wide GO
at yd., 89c, 69c and. . . . . .
Persian Lawn, regular 89c ORn
grade, at. yd
English Long Cloth, at, yd., 1flr
26c, 19c, 12 He and....... I Ub
Large size, 81x10 bed sheets made
from heavy, durable muslin;
' worth 69c; Anniversary Sale
Price, each 48
Pillow cases, 46x36, well made;
especially adapted for apartment
rooms; worth 16c; Anniversary
Sale price, each 10
Extra large size imported Mar
seilles bedspreads; heavy, knot
ted fringe, satin finish; worth
$6; ' Anniversary Sale Price,
ch t $3.50
All mail orders during this sale
receive prompt attention.
In the Domestic Room
Be sure and attend our Fam
ous 30-minute Sales . .
FROM 9:00 TO 9:30 A. M.
1 case of genuine Lonsdale, (J .
10 yds. limit, at yd. . .....OjC
FROM 10:00 TO 10:30 A. M.
1 case of Cotton Blankets, regular
price $1.60 pair; 2 pairs CCm
to customer, at,' pair. ..... D3C
FROM 2:00 TO 2:30 P. M.
1' case of genuine Hope muslin; r
10 yards limit, f3
at yd......:.... U4C
FROM 3:00 TO 3:30 P. M.
1 case of 8 Vic Cambric; 10 07n
yards limit; at yd waC
FROM 4:00 TO 4:30 P. M.
1 case of $0 all wool Blankets;
11x4; 2 pairs to cua-- 075
tomer; at pair .....
REMNANTS 111 OUR FAMOUS DOMESTIC ROOM
16,000 yards of all kinds of rern
nanta of wash goods, flannelettes,
white goods, muslins, sheetings,
etc., worth from 10c to 60c yd.,
at, yd., 10c, 8Vac, 7 He, 6c, 3 He
Remnants of high grade linen,
yd., 69c, 49c, 39c, 26c, 19c. 15
Remnants ot high grade wool
dress goods, all kinds, worth
from 76c to $3.00 yd., will go
at 76c, 69o. 49c. 39c. and 25t
See Other Special Sale Items on Page 4
TRY MYDEN'S FIRST pay,
Omaha's mm food cxirrxa
Cahonn's Clam Bouillon, 1-lb.
Cahonn's Clam Bouillon, 2-lb.
Imported Sardines, per tln..H
Imported Fish Sandwich, (very
fine), per tin 25
Filet of Mackerel, per tin.. 25
The Best Domestic Macaroni, per
Dr. Price's Food, per pkg....54k
Holland Rusk, per pkg 5
Up-to-date Washing Powder
(large package) 34
Mixed .Nuts, per pound.. 12 H
Peeled Muscat Grapes, in cans for
salads. Most delicious practical
fruit salad material, special,
1,000 lbs. Winnipeg Whits Fish, per
1.000 lbs. Fr..h Pike, par lb ... 10s, o
600 lbs. Fre.h. 8m.lt.. pr Ib..lSV
ftOO lbs. Froah Htrrlna, lb
Ktlet de Hole, per lb 80s
Finland Haddle. per lb 1SI
Al.o a full line of strictly fresh
Kel. Cat Fiah. ..
Courtney's Ankola Ooffra, per lb.
J 6c, S lbs. for 91.00
The ouallty coffe. lu.t a little dif
ferent from any other you have ever
tasted. By far the beat SSe coffee
aold In Omaha. Try a pound and
know how delicious rraahly browned
coiiee ana ie ir.ut.
No mystery about our Immense
voffee and tea trade,
duality and merit ' always win.
Tour money'i worth In the beat coffee
Iet ua aeod you aome today. Money
oaca it not aauaiaciury, .
The Beer Yon like
Large Bottles &OmzJJ
Cdses 3 dozen C"3 Ci
Small Bottles J.VU
Aa sllowaaoa of II. M will be mule
upon return to us of the eiupty eM,
aod allot ike empty boUiea io sood
Orders will be taken for Luxus
in less than case lota at the follow
$2.00 per dor. Large Bottles
$1.35 per doz. Small Bottles
ThB Bbb for R1I the Sporting News
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