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.Tim OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 21, 1000.
COURT ROASTS VAN G00DELL
Bear Reaeaaees Waatoa Mirlfrtr la
eateaelaa; Hlai 1e Pealtea
ttarr far Life.
Van Ooodell will pnd the 4h of rVp
bmUr nf v r-tf vmv fnr th rat of hla
Ufa thinking over the murder of Edna
Judas fUr sentenced Ooodell Saturday
morn In f to confinement at hard labor for
life, "but on the anniversary of the day of
the murder each year, it la the sentenea
of ttlA court that you ba kept In solitary
Ooodell received a atern condemnation
when he ' mm for ipntpnM. IHnrt aaked.
If he had anything- to say, ha twlated
round and then mumbled, "Nothing- to
aay," He started to- add aomethiiur .to
this, but checked hlmaelf.
"Thla has been one of the moat brutal
murder ever before thla court," aald the
Judge, "at leant during my connection
with It. The Jury has found you guilty on
the - evidence .and I think the evidence
amply auatalna the verdict.
"Thla was a girl, who at one time, had
put hor life and reputation In your truat
and' keeping;, and In order to excuse your
aelf you. coma .before' the court' and did, I
think, .worse than murder, when you ut
tered those words tending to blacken her
character. Borne things you aald and aome
even more vlcloua you left unsaid, but with
a auggestlon.. that waa worse. There Is no
doubt that you were aane when you made
those statements, and I feel that all your
life you will regret that you name Into
court before your fellowmen and did this.
"It la never a pleasant task to sentence
a young man. to the penitentiary, but I
cannot help but think that one like you
might well be removed from the presence
of lawabldlng men and women."
Pronouncement of the sentence followed.
Before the prisoner had been called upon
to Stand to receive sentence, his counsel,
W. W. Slabaugh. had declined to argue
the motion for . a new trial, saying there
were no capital errors either In 'the In
strsctlons to the Jury or in the rulings on
evidence and the ha had filed the motion
as a formality. .
' An appeal io the eupreme court la ac
cordingly unlikely and Ooodell will atart
Monday for the state penitentiary. He re
ceived the sentence without a sign of
emotion other than twisting hla hands
SON ACCUSED OF ROBBING PA
When Victim of Theft Geea to Pellee
Ha riads Hla Owi Boa
Going ' .to the po'k station . Saturday
morning to secure a aet of hameaa that
had been stolen from him and recovered
by the police. A. A. Fancher found that
toe man who had been arrested and
charged with the theft waa his own son. '
Fancher Is a grader and horse trader
and lives at 4314 Lafayette avenue. His
son, Rufus A. Fancher, who hid the stolen
harness under a barn, la an unmarried
man about So years of age and Is aald to
live at Fifteenth and Marcy streets. A
bottle .of "coke", was found on' his person
when he was arrested by Patrolman Hud
son ' Saturday morning. The oflcer also
recovered the harness. The younger
Fancher la being held on the charge of
i Staples ' on the bam door of A. A.
Fancher had been pried off by the mun,
who took a double set of braas trimmed
hameaa, worth about $15. A buggy be
longing to O. W. Ferrla of Twenty-flrat
tnd. Cuming atreeta was borrowed by the
younger Fancher Thursday night, sup
posedly for the purpose of hauling away
the harness. It was not returned, but waa
Don't let stomach, . liver nor kidney
trouble down you. when you can quickly
down them with Elctrlo Hitters. 60c. For
sule by Dcftton Drug Co.
1 t ' P
6 Lotus Brand
r I . . 1 mm -1
axxaigm . ir. Kjia
. FULL QUARTS. .$1
FULL PINTS... 60c
FULL V2-PINTS 35c
Cases 12 full quarts $10.59
ORDER IT TODAY
(jfrotmney & Go.
lTti and Douglas at.
rhomesi Dos;.' S47; Ind. A-191A.
We Decided to Hold
One More Day's Sale
On Second Floor
providing there is anything left,
and there may be quite a lot.
At the writing of this ad Satur
day evening the goods are mov
ing rapidly. However, we have
a good many real good values on
.Bale on main floor that might
interest you should you be disap
1513-1621 Douglu St.
CHICK EKI NG A HONS riANOS
Regular Terms 15 to f 25 Monthly.
IVERS A POND PIANOS
lU gular Terms $10 to flS Month.
Regular Terras f 10 to f 15
KURTZ MANN PIANOS
Regular Terms $8 to $10 Monthly.
Regular Terms f8 to 910
Regular Terms S 7 .' to $10 Month!.
Regular, Terms $7 to $10 ,
It may seem impossible that such world-famous makes.
convince you, however, that we mean exactly what we say.
EXPIRES POSITIVELY ON SATURDAY NIGHT.
Largest Dealers In High Grado Pianos in
Orchard & Wilhelm
414-16-IS S. 16th Street
Furnishers of Modern
WITH A WEIX EQUIPPED
one with all the- new Improvements
a man can do moro business In a
day than be could otherwise do In
Eeveral days with Inferior access
Let us show you our line Roll Top
Desks, uy from $18.50
"As there Is no' school on
that.; day. we . will try to In
terest the boys by glrlng
them 25 per cent off on any
high cut shoe th,ey may se
lecteither tan or black.
We will also s1t the misses
and children 25 per cent oft
on all high cut shoes tan or
black. This discount la for
Washington's birthday only.
On bargain table we hare
, several hundred pairs of
misses' and children's odd
lota formerly sold for 11.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
1119 Farssia street
aVetafctn Star JSaanar 100 Suit! Walts Oats Tha bsrat. trUrt, plumpaat oat in
tililuuM tul Ity aSda with common sorts thr yttd lot busLU per acra hr eihar
swru Baafca trat i ta U buafcala. Btruu mi.it t unw: vprajLcicd htaaa: tipana early
navar ruaia, bllhta or lodgea. nmtm la anas Uka thmmi, a.nil when vur stock 1 -'
baaalaA tlia 4a na uwra to ba. had. sWmslaa lailaS ria. A 1m our Htm in,
Your choice of
TTTiTTTi A rm
( Mj Month
1 f . '
:'!. i . '
I' insist on the
bread that is
"Wrapped at the Oven"
11. P. Steam Baking Co.
Jr ' Ttl
any of Ihcse
II . &
could be sold on such terms. A
We would suggest an early call,
mJm . at
Champion Wire & Iron Fence Co.
J. J. LEDDY, President , ; ,
617-619 So. 16th St.. Omaha, Nob.
.P .. 1
!U1 f ii.itV7i?
J i .'lit.' V f.il'.J'.l
Alt i kmh, - fiwv r.;.'t.J ". $ ,.,11 " -"'
itJ-J -?--ilnns "" ' V " III I'll y'l
Ornamental Iron and Wire Fences.
Wire Trellis, for Vinos, Lawn Vases,
Chairs. Settees. Tree Guards. Hitch
Is dry coal
Cleaner, better, weighs less
and is worth a dollar a ton
more than wet, dirty coal.
We have in stock the
kind you want.
eimnrri. Ann uu
To the Voters of Omaha
I have filed as Republican Can
didate for councilman Eleventh
Ward. Have rekided In this ward
for. the paHt 10 years. Have never
been In politic. If elected will
! t(ive my timo and peraonal atten
tion an the duties of the office
may i-equlre, and ' work for the
beat IntereHts of Omalta. ,- Any
aupport yon may give me will be
Terms $10 to f 15 Monthly.
i STARR FIANOS
Regular Term" $10 to $12 Monthly.
S. Q. LINDEMAN TIANOS
Terms $8 to $10 Monthly.
HARVARD , PIANOS ' '
Terms $7 to $10 Monthly
KOHLER & CAMPBELL PIANOS
Regular Terms $7 ' to $10 Monthly.
Regular Terms $7 to $10 Monthly.
THE BENNETT CO. PIANO
Regular Terms $7 to $10 Monthly.
visit to our ware-rooms will
if possible, as THIS OFFER
if 52 ARTICLES FOR
Hospe's Art Window loaded
with Brass Decorative art
icles worth up to St, for O
". They're going fast. So are
NEW EASY DYES
they cost but 15 cents.
10 25 us to 75 for
Gaa Outiiu. $2.25 1 P
for the complete Burning
GET VOl'll PICTl HE
FltAMEH OK IS .
A. IIOSPE CO.
15 IS IiOVtiLAM STREET.
J ANNUAL ;
I : Me ;r
THE RELIABLE TORI
There's Classy Style and Matchless
High Quality in Our Sale Offerings.
Wi. ... :r
Your unrestricted choice of any Men's, Youths' or Boys'
Winter Overcoat in the house, except fur and furlined. Noth
ing reserved, all go at LESS THAN HALF.
f. 10.00 to $19.00 Youths' Suits, ac
$6.95 A general clearance of
our young men's long pant suits,
at this phenomenal price.
Nearly 400. suits In the nobbiest
new styles for selection, choice,
at each $6.95
Knee Pants All fancy Knlckor-
bocker. pants that Bold at $1.50,
at pair v.. ..i. . i. 85.
200 Itozen Straight Kneer Panta .
Regular 50a values; ; 'n6t more'
than five pairs to a customer :
Monday,' at pair .. ..... ; IQ
TRY HAYDEH'S FIRST S
Values that cannot help but delight all who see tiiera. ' We mention
Just thrfce of the many here. '..''''
$28.00 leather Couch Pull steel construction, with diamond tufted
'leather upbolsterins quarter-sawed oak frame, a beauty and good
value at $28.00. Anniversary sale price .$21.00
WiOJiO ' nurret Solid quarteroi
. oak, highly polished, has French
' bevel plate minor, a great snap
Let us show you tho best lines
Prices always the lowest.
DR., BRADBURY. DENTIST
rlnlas Eitraetlaif' SCt
Crowns, t fromi.-$1.11
I npilal Platra. up
frorn ....... ,,.;.ra.3j
Klllliiaii. up from ' 10 1
Ladles' n(l Geotlemen's
Open Day and Night
SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY
Roast Turkey Q?p
Sae Dressing . ""y
SPECIAL FOR MONDAY
Chicken Pot Pieoqp
Home Made .
1520 Faraam G. S COBB Receiver
Round Trip Rates
Wrw Orlassa, La. S30.B0
Vanaaoala, rla. ..v.. aS3
ktobua, Ala t.a.aa
14 rabrnuy lttli ta aaad. x
KtlM, laformatloa. aaA Utaratora far
BlskaA nUltTi WISTia BSIOSTI U
OVSA, FLOSIDA, OIOMU, AUAMA,
cm noxJi-r otnem, wabaaa. m. s.
1M ft Farm Yheaa Bnf. SOS .
" iust '. Moomca,
. A. V. B. OataaTaj
$15.00, $1300, $20.00,
$22.50 and $25.00 val
250 new ones added
for Monday's selling.
You ' can't afford to
.be without a GOOD
BLACK SUIT at this
price. NOTHING TO
In this ' feale buys a
'handsome ' Business
"Suit. Fancy "Worsted, .
Tweeds, etc., $15.00 to
$30.00 values. .Sur-
5 111 lis Kfnrlr nf nna ef
America 's foremost
at $1.00, pair . .48t
Hoys' Knlckorbockcr Pont Suit
The season's choicest fabrics, col
orings and patterns, suits that
sold regularly at from $3.50 to
$6.50, in two big lots Saturday,
at pair . . ; .$1.05 and $2.85
All fancy Knickerbocker Panta
tfai sold' a" .7 5c,' tor1. . .'! SftsJ
AIT1 fancy Knickerbocker Pants
r that sold at 50c, for: . . . .25
81.25 IHnlng Chairs Good, high
back, brace arms, veneer seat, a
nest,' strong and serviceable
chair, at each 00
of 'High Grade Furniture in Omaha.
" VH AM. 17BJL
Crlds Wars, par
tooth, up from 9a. so
Narvaa ta.novaj wiib.
i ui naln.
. A BVrsOCAXTT.
Work Kuamatvrd laa
FRY SHOE CO.
Our Grand Cleanup
Is attracting the attention of all
economical buyers with
The Great Bargains
We fire Offering
No man or women who will be
In need of shoes any way aoon can
afford to miss this splendid op
portunity to sAva money.
$4.00 and $3.00 Shoes, n Ar
$ 0O Patent Colt Shoes, op
te.00 Borden's & J. A M' fj
94.00 Tan RusnI and a Ap
l'atent Colt,, now . .'. . . fZ,)jO
$1.00 Tan Russia and C9 7C
Patent Colt, now ,90a I 9
$S.CJ Gun jMeta! and Klda ar
Shoes, now .v2aT)
WOO Ciin Metal and Mr
Patent Colt, now .Ha?)
. PALL AXD SEE Til EM.
FRY SHOE CO.
10th and Uoulaa
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