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at Tae Bee. Aaiwtri addressee) will
.be delivered oa preaeatattea f tha
WASTED MALE HELP.
1IU8TLINC deputies wanted ; men or
women, splendid contract. The Garden
en, IIS Bee Bidg. B 275
WANTED, young man stenographer; give
references, age and expected salary. Ad-
urea iv 3o, nee. a bum
WANTED, traveling man who vIhIU the
large and small towna, to aell retailers a
select assortment of dry aoods for spring.
on commlHsion. Bryn Muwr Mills, Phiia-
aeipnia, la. u tot
WANTED, a hosiery and underwear sales
man for states of Nebraska and lowa,
Box 292. Marion, Ind. B M650
WANTED for U. B, army, able-bodied un
married men between ages of 21 and 35,
. citizens of United states, or goon cner
acler snd temperate habits, who can
speak, read and write English. For Infor
mation apply to Recruiting Officers, lth
and Dodge Sts., Omaha, and postrifflce
building, Lincoln, ixeu. a uai
GOOD messengers wanted; high salaries.
A. D. T. Co., iU Bo. 13th St. B M184
The Hawks Nursery Company,
B M378 N
WANTED, competent stenographer; man
familiar with shipping business preferred.
Address L 67, Bee. H-Mh2
W ANTED, fifteen bricklayers at new
Omaha shops at Sioux City, la.; plenty
cf work. George J. Grant, contractor.
B M735 27
For steam shove) work; also a few drivers
for wagon work. Hall Grading and Con
struction Co., Council Bluffs. B-M789 23
VANTED, men to learn barber trade; best
f 'reposition ever offered; more experience
n one month than shops In one year;
tools presented, wages Saturdays, board
Included; write for catalogue today. Moler
Barber college, 1302 Douglas st.
B M817 23
WANTED, twenty men, with 150 to 1500
each, to put Into a gllteaged investment.
' M 64, Be- B M108 22
COATMAKER; steady employment for
good man. C. Ivereon, Bac city, la.
! B-112 26
WANTED, boy to take care of furnace and
'cow. 976 N. 2ll Ave. a 114
t UNFURNISHED rooms. 630 8. 21st St.
B 116 22
i WANTED, for lowa and Nebraska, a sales
i man on commission for a popular-priced
line of trousers; one with established
1 trade' preferred. Address, with reference
and terms, m tJ, uee. 109 26
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. Monroe & to., du n. I6tk St.,
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
100 dlrls. Call Canadian office, 15th & Dodge,
. .... ... ... , .v -. . .. . c-Hia..
WANTED, good wages to a igood cook;
none Oilier need apply. rtarney. k
OIRL for general housework. 2908 Pierce
street , ;.. r C 699
WANTED, working housekeeper In family
oi ture auuiia. Auuresa J it, eee.
WANTED, a good girl foi general house
work; no washing, 13.60 per week. 1614
N. 24th Bt. . C-4U1
WANTE1 a cook. ' Mrs. A. L. Reea. 8620
Farnam. u M421
J. Rogers, 1120 Park Ave,
WANTED, a good girl for general house
work, family ot three. 112 Wirt Bt.
WANTED A girl for second work. 3510
Karnara St. C M774
WANTED, lady, refined, to fill permanent
position. 112 per weea; reierences re
quirea. M su, ate. c 2 2"
WANTED, competent girl for general
housework; no washing, good wages. Mrs,
H. b. Hall, 24is Farnam BU c 833 21
WANTED, a strictly first-class woman
cook for private family In country, near
Omaha: no laundry work: must Hive beat
of references; wage 30 a month. Address
M 47, Wee. C tt.o r
WANTED. EXPERIENCED 8ALESLA
DIES. Only those having experience In
Belting ary goous nees apply. J. ij. nran
dels 6t eons. c Msm
WANTED, an A No. 1 woman cook, also
dlnlna room girl and a good kitchen airl
to wajh dishes and help in kitchen. Lock
Box 1U, columDus, Net. c 117 21
WANTED, alrl for sreneral housework
good wagea. Mrs. . Slmeral, 976 N. 28th
.Ave. C 111
It A WEEK to good servant for general
Bouaewora. smi iiarney si. w-miu s
YOUNQ OIRL to assist at general house
work. 127 o. Knit st. t Mm
FOR KENT IIOlsEa.
HOC8ES. stares.- liemis. Paxton block.
' O SIS
TO MOVE right get Omaha Van Storage
Co.; orace, lillH Farnaui, or Teia. lbo9-!il,
-ROOM modern detached house. Inquire
2648 Capitol AV. 1 M916
Lni 1QPQ H parts of city. The O,
IIUUOCO f. Davis Co., 4o8 Bee Uldg,
VANS and baggage wagona.
HAQGARU Van Storage Co.
HOUSES and flaU. RJngwalt. Barker block
, , 1 921
9A1 XT 9iTl I fiT 2nh I una h . nU
room cottage. -' William K. Potter, Re.
celvsr. 0 brown block. ... D bt9
-ROOM, modern, good repair, on So S;
Ave.- 'Phone 523. D 815
'OCTOBER 1. 6-room house. 1630 Cass; mod
ern except f urnaoe, fsi. U.N. Ntnuii,
Hutel Farnam. - - - J D IaI
BEB PAYNE. BOBTW1CK CO. for cholc
i houses, tul-i N. Y. Life Bidg. Tel. 1016.
HOUSES. O. O. Wallace. Brown Block
ROOM house, all modern. In fine repal
ru7 Sherman Ave.. 126.00. G. E. Turkln
ton, tub Bee Bidg. D M'18
FOR RENT,- 6-room house, furnished, all
modern, nice lawn, front and back, large
shad trees. Call at 2110 unio St.
MODERN 10-room brick, gas. furnace,
laundry, bath. Mul Capitol Ave. Rent, la)
D M729 30
1117 SOUTH llaT street. 1 rooms. M.
I-ROOM house and barn. 17th and Corby,
muldrn n. funiuce. 1 .1 '
10-room house, modern, furnace, 1908 Grace j
St.. $21.50; witb barn, II deaireo, n w
lo-ruom brick house, modern, furnace.
. down town. Nov. 1. $40.
Apply to J. A. Scott, $14 Omaha Nat. Rank,
(111U1.M. i- :
FOR BEU-HOI K.
5-ROOM flat, all modern: -rom cottage.
leat and rKati. 2121 Miami St I
DUNDEE houses, in good repair. Inquire
it 4Hn C apitol ave. i-.tt
J.-.M HARNEY ST., 9-room. all modern
bouse, newly decorated Insld" and out,
W per month. The Byron Heed Co.
DESIRARLR lo-room bouse. almost new,
modern in every particular, east front,
full Int. paved street, convenient to street
HOWARD KENNEDY & SON,
209 First National Bank Building.
FOR RENT. 8-room, all modern house,
near high school, choice location; reduced
rent through winter: also 6-room cottage,
clear inside. Inquire at 607 N. Y. lAte
building. D 964 22
ELEGANT 8-room house, all modern Im
provement 135 per month; water rent
free. 44 North 23d St. D MH20 21
MODERN 7-room house, good repair. 2H18
Leavenworth. D Mlu0 20
FOR RENT, three 9-room houses, with
water, gas and sewer; Just been placed
In first-class repair; all in good location:
close to street car and schools; IIS to t-2
each. C. M. Bachmann, 438 and 437 Paxton
block. D 55
1212701 Woolworth, 8 rooms, modern, fur
nace. $2o 632 S. 3oth, 7 rooms, modern, furnace.
f25 2626 Capitol ave., 8 rooms, modern, fur
nace. 174204 Hamilton St.. S rooms, city water.
We have others. Call and get list.
R. C. PETERS & CO.,
Ground Floor, Bee Uldg.
UPPER, F.tj South lKth street, 5 rooms, city
water and sewer In house. 110.
IE BYHON REED CO., 212 S. 14TH ST.
FOR RENT, house, furnished. Inquire 624
utn Bt. v m
ERY desirable 7-room modern cottage. F
u. Brou n, Tel. 11-2424. u 118 Z2
6-ROOM cottage, 2649 Rees street. Inquire
Clyde c. Sundblad, care county court.
Y liu 22
room cottage, 1014 8. 2Gth St., city water,
good repair. D 111 22
6-ROOM HOUSE, 823 S. 23d street.
FOR RENT FtRMIIED ROOMS.
DEWEY European hotel, J3th and Firnara,
PER WEEK.-422 So. 18th Bt.. one block
south or court nuse. . t. 924
AETNA HOUSE, European, 13th and Dodge
TWO nice, cool, furnished or unfurnished
rooms, ssu4 uavenport. hivsi
ROYAL, HOTEL European, 16th & Chicago
. i. . Xj zt
NICELY furnished rooms, single or en
ulte: rates reasonable. Midland Hotel
16th and Chicago. E 628
HANDSOME steadheated room.
FOR RENT, to gentleman, large, well fur-
nisnea rront room, witn alcove, steam
beat, gas, Datn, telephone, central. rea
.n..l.l,. icoq I ii.ni.1.. i.. sia
220 N. 17TH St., neat ateamheated rooms.
J M387 N6
WELL rurnlsnea, ateamheated rooms,
single or ensutte, with or without board.
Midland hotel,. lbtn ana Chicago sts.
STEAMHEATED rooms, f 10 per month
liarker hotel, utn and Jones Bts.
- . IS M48Z
THREE rooms, light housekeeping. 1112 So,
llth Bt. IS M758
EAST FRONT room, near park, electric
light, closet, neat. Tet. A-2H7.
E 102 26
THREE large rooms, being- one entire floor.
modern, nricK, rurmsnen, complete lor
Housekeeping, neaua. us B. xoin.
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.
MERRIAM, comfortable winter home. Tel 86
FURNISHED rooms, with or without
board, rates reasonable. Midland Hotel,
16th and Chicago. F 930
THREE rooms, 626 So. 19th St.; furnace.
WELL furnished rooms and good table
board, lsio Chicago. F 904 21
FLEA8ANT ROOM: modern conveniences
centrally located; gentlemen preterreo.
2"24 California. ir M124 27
FOR HENT INFIRMSHED ROOMS.
THREE large rooms, being one entire floor,
mouern, one, neatea. lis a. 2ttn.
U M131 23
FOR RENT STORES AND OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store. In first-class location
rent reasonable. . Apply k. c. meters &
Co., ground floor, Bee Bidg. 1266
FOR RENT, the building formerly occu
pies oy 1 ne ne at mv r arnuni eii. it
has four stories and a basement which
was formerly used as The Bee press room.
This will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at once to C. C. Rose
water, secretary, room 109, Bee building.
DESK room, cheap. . 207 Brown blk.
II ALLS FOR RENT.
CREIGHTON hall and Bchlits Roof garden
lor Dans, banquets, card parties, smokers,
meetings, conventions, eta. Both halls
are the largest In the city, have large
dressing rooms and boxes for cloaks, hats
and coals; will rent reasonably. Apply
to Wm. R. Morand, Manager Crelgnton
hall. 'Phone 1U22. 1430 N7
WANTED, canvasaiug agents in every
county to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER.
Stesdy employment, with assured good in
come. Agents in the country with horse
mid buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily 860 to $100 per month. Ad
dress, Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
Bee building, Omaha. 213
HIGH GRADE AGENT WANTED
We want a first-class man in each county
to sell our btanaard stock Food to farm
ers. He must have a good team, good
business ability, some knowledge of live
stock, be in good standing in every way
and a steady worker. A peimanent, good
paying business to the right man. Ad
dress, giving age, experience, present
THE F. E. SANBORN COMPANY. Omaha,
Net). J 716 N13
HOLLAND SHOE PRESERVATIVE.
SAVE MONEY BY SAVING YOUR 8HOE8
Holland Shoe Preservative mukes your
shoes wear maenniteiy. Absolutely guar
anteed to add two to three years' wear to
your shoes. Price, 25 cents. Agents
HOLLAND SHOE CO..
30$ Karbaoh Blk., Omaha. Neb.
1.1M1 AGENTS WANTED to sell desirable
old-Hue Insurance fur the largest com
puny in the world of its age: no special
contract fakirs or leg pullers need spply.
We sell the best contract ever written:
good territory and commissions given to
good, reliable men. (all on or write to
lienrge J. Crane, Superintendent Western
Department, 819 First Nat L Bank bidg.,
uiiiana, inbo. J Mlil um
WANTED TO RENT.
A I.ADY of refinement w lubes a nice, home
like place to board and room; accommo
dations must be first-class; north part of
cuy preierreu. Auaress As ft, He omce.
TWO or three pleasant rooms for light
nouseaeeiang: use of Datn; ne children.
Adarrss M io. lice. K lis 28
FOR S ALE Fl HAITI KK.
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel
Suit. New and secondhand, bought, sold.
FOR SAI.F HORSE. WKiOM, ETC.
H ARRY FROST paints and repairs wagons.
Fee him. 14th ami Ixavenworth. Tel. 1447.
P C'.4 I
SURRY for sale rheap lnq'ilre Wallace,
Tax Commissioners' office. City Hall.
P 825 20
SEVERAL good work horses, cheap. Stub
en's barn, Tib 8. Itith. 1' 77 22
FOR SALE, beautiful style closed car
nage, new, cost II, .Vi; price, 42o,cash, at
Uncoln. Neb. J. F. Innlng. P M 2f"
OR SALE, fo.ir Shetland nonle at Palace
Stables, W ednesday, October Si.
1' yir.n -i
FOR S1I.E MUCEM.ANEOIS.
FENCE I,ATH for quick shipment, rrlb-
blng, combination ladders. Douglas.
OR BALE, phonographs, superior to any
other musical instrument, 6 up. The
Wlttmann Co., 1621 Farnam. QM
EDISON phonographs, !0, I?" nd P0;
moulded records, &"ic each, or ;) per nun,
new wheeis, 115 up; 2dhand, 15 up. Omaha
Bicycle Co., ltith and Chicago Sis.
NEW and secondhand typewriters. 1119
Farnam. VI s
100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man & McConnell trug CO., m ana
Dodge, Omaha. y 9i
2D HAND ;nfe cheap. Deright, 1119 Farnam.
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119 Farnam.
FOR SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
nainesa aogs. ' Address lv s, JJee.
EDISON Colombia phonographs; agents
wsnieu write. rearickson, lb t oip. Ave,
VI M692 22
OFFICE partition, glass pane. Phone 216L
Vi MJa2 r4
GOOD antique oak Wardrobe for sale
cheap, inquire 2104 Maple. Kjua
CHOICE milch Cows, 6 Shetland ponies. S
T. Campbell, 4213 Center, phone mac
FOR SALE or exchange, stereoptlcon and
moving picture outfit In excellent condi
tion; olg bargain, James M. McDonald,
Beliefourche, H. D. VJ 862 2"
MRS. FRITZ, clairvoyant, 1614 Cass St.
MME GYLMER, genuine palmist, 31i S. 16.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 16, 2d floor, R 2.
1 Mi ISO-
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. 15th. R. 7.
1 MfUU JNlil
GRACE O'BRYAN of Ky,, 720 S. 13th.
1 I'Ji iNltt-
DR. ROY, chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous bait rerno.veu oy eiecinciiy. xv, 1
Frenxer block. U 881
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; Hauled Doaraea anu uuupieu.
Mrs. Uardels, X234 Lake. . Tel. .red 1884.
VIAVI. Woman's way to health. Horn
treatment. Booklet tree. t Be Blag.
Omaha. U IKi
GRAMOPHONES and supplies, wholesale
and retail. Conine i iano to,, iiu jjougias,
PRIVATE sanitarium for ladles before
and during confinement. Dr. and Mrs
Oerlsch, 4i N. loth St., Omaha. U 9o0
$30 RUPTURE CURED FOR $30-No knife,
nn imln no detention from business. Send
for booklet, etc. EMPIRE KUPTUKK
CURE CO., 932 N. Y.. Life Bidg., Omaha.
DR. JACKSON, 1505 FARNAM ST.
OMAHA DYE WORKS, 1515 Howard, the
faahionahle cleaners 01 lames ana gentle
men's dresses and suits, lace curtains.
draperies. U M1WJ N3
TELEPHONE 780 for L. M. E. messengers
SURE cure for excessive perspiration and
all disorders 01 me reei; stump ior par
ticulars. A. Mayer, 518 Bee Bidg., Omaha,
. U 893 N6
LEARN chiropody, manicure, special mas
sage. Bcnooi ot nygiene, 01a flee uiug.
U M457 N9
ELITE PARLORS. 615 8. llth St.. 2d floor,
U M777 N15
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. 15, 2d floor, R. 2.
u MSlo Mil"
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
4V4 PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 S. 15TH ST.
MONEY to loan on Improved Omaha real
estate, urennan-ixive 1.0., iwa b. hid.
, W 960
4 TO 6 P.
C. Money. Bemls, Paxton Blk!
FARM and city loans, low rates. W. H
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bidg. Tel. 1648.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1C04
Farnam. w w
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1524 Douglas,
WANTED, city loans . and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street,
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bond
and -warrants. R. C. Peters & Co., 1702
Farnam St.. Bee Bidg. W 966
WANTED tr.0)0 loan on first-class resl e.
tate security. Inquire Bllxt.a I.ovgren
. room 436-7 Paxton block. ' W M126
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
WHEN you find it necessary to borrow
give us a trial, alter wnicn we win, oy
talr treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. We loan from $10 up on fur
niture, pianos, live stock, etc. We also
make loans to
without mortgage or endorser. We do
not deduct Interest in advance; we charge
nuthing for making or tiling papers and
our service is quick and conttnenilal. We
always try to please our patrons. '
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO.,
119 Board of Trade Bidg. Tel. 2295
(Established vl.) 3u6 South 16th St.
! DO YOU NEED MONEY? 1
I MONEY TO LOAN $
FURNITURE AND SALARIES. $
$ $10 to $500 loaned on FURNITURE, $
PIANOS, ETC., and to salaried people I
$ at very lowest rates and lor any length $
$ of time, witnout puoia ity or removing s
I' the property. Pavments can be made $
to sjlt your convenience.
$ Call and get our terms before going $
I elsewhere. $
$ RELIABLE CREDIT COMPANY. $
Room 3u3, Third Floor, Paxton Block. $
Chattel and Salary Loans.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
Successor to J. W. Tayloe.
746. 6.3 paxton Block.
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; busineaa confidential; lowest ratea.
ill i'axtdn block. The J. A. Hutton Co.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SAlARIED PEOPLE, merchants, team
aiers, boarding bouses, etc.. without s
curtly: earnest terms; 40 offices In p'in
dual cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Uldg. A So4
MONEY loaned on furniture, liva Stock.
Jewelry, to salaried people. Foley Lean
Co., Buc. to Una uretu. Barker block
MONEY TO LOAN- IIATTF.I..
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. c . iteea, is r. i-i.
TO GET In or out of business call on .Wil
liams, Room 411, McCagje building.
WHEN you want to buy. sell or exchange
jour business or property quick see j.
It. Johnson, 843 N. Y. Life. Y-M?fi9
NO REASONABLE offer rejected for the
furniture of 10-room brick flat; fine loca
tion, full of roomers. J. H. Johnson, N.
Y. Life. ' Y-M4"0
FOR RENT European hotel. 414 N. 2th
St.. South Omaha. Y-MK18 22
FOR 8AI.E. ilrus: store, best and most
prominent corner In Lead, metropolis of i
trie Hlack Hills: opposite two nepon,
bank, hotel and postoftlce: established six
years; complete In every detail; full
prices; no old stock: dally cash receipts
830. Address M 61. Bee- Y M106 26
HOTEL furniture of M rooms (modern),
fine location, city, paving: price reasona
ble; Investigate. J. H. JohtiBon. N. Y.
Life. Y M9S0
HOTEL furniture, 20 rooms, good country
town, good business: $700. J. II. Johnson,
N. Y. Life. Y-M9XI
THE BEST oil route In city, guaranteed,
for $325 cash; two horses, one wagon;
clear $23 per week. Address M 49, Bee.
IF YOU want to Invest rnoderate amount
with absolute safety and large return
monthly address 6taple Commodity. Room
4ft. 80 William St., New York. Local ref
erences. Y-938 20
WANT to buy, sell or trade a business?
Go see Wilson, Warnes (k Co., 417 to 419
Paxton Block. Y-9S3
CAPITAL SECURED to promote Industrial,
electrical, nv.niifacturing and mining en
terprises. Willis Todd. 625 N. Y. Life
bidg.. Omaha. Y-M122 21
GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
worth $2,fl0 a year, to a man of force and
fair education; permanent, profitable, de
sirable; no capital , required. Address
John O. Binder. Des Moines, la., general
delivery. Y-M121 21
A GOOD WEEKLY INCOME
to vou on a small Investment by our
Stock Redemption Flan; highest . refer
ences; you may withdraw yojr money
on demand; send -for "Our Financial
Plan." Central Security Co., 96 Wall at.,
New York. Y-M120 21
WANTED Twenty mei, with $50 to I'M
each to put into a glit-eageu investment.
M B?. TW. ' Y-Ml'."i 27
ETH4VnK for farm land aeneral mer
.hnnrilxe Invoice IK.UOO. i.iverv ior lanil.
Implement business for land. First-class
millinery part land. T. M. Cllne. 1238 O St.,
Lincoln, Neb. m-m
When You Write
remember It only takoa an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention me lact uu
you saw the ad In The Beet
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
Georgia Ave. Home.
Owner Is very desirous of making a change
and will sell at a ngure mat wnj interest
vou. .r -
7-room house, with gasj porcelain bathtub,
furnace. ves:etable--emr wash .room;
everything In first-class condition; large
shade trees, concrete walk; asphalt-paved
Also a 4-room cottage, In' good repair
property will rent for I42.no per montn, or
iiOO per year; price $4,000 if sold soon, part
cash, balance long time.. For particulars
Sol Agent, 937 N. Y. Life Bidg. 'Phone 388
. Til,. lrt OA
OLD house at 914 North 23d street; want
offer. Byron R. Hastings, 212 . I4tn hi.
11. ta xi
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
Union Pacific Railroad company, n. a.
McAUester, land commissioner. Union Pa
cific Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
I RE 871
SOME OF THE REAL ESTATE which a
tank placed with us a lew days ago to
Sell was sold this week. The list includes
business property bringing good income,
desirable houses and a few good unim
proved residence lots. Every piece must
be sold. The prices are attractive and
the terms very favorable. The following
includes other offerings besides the bank
$20,000 for six 2-story modern brick houses,
V rooms eacn, corner 10c 00x1.12 teet, witnin
four blocks of postolfice. Gross rental
$2,620 per year. Insurance and taxes aver
age $366 per year. Figure the net Income
$20,000 for the 8-story anfl basement brick
business block Nos. 1611. 1613 and 1615
Howard St., on lot 60x132 feet, only one
block from Bennett's big store. Building
originally cost over $no,ouO and within the
past 90 days we have, expended $2,600 in
putting new plumbing throughout and
other repairs, making building now good
as new. Responsible tenant will take
lease on whole building and guarantee 7
per cent net on $20,0u0 the selling price,
. the tenant paying all taxes. Insurance
and other, expenses during life of lease.
$18,000 for 8-story and basement brick block
on lot 60x150 feet, in business center South
Omaha, leased to responsible tenants at
$3,000 per year. Owner will consider farm
land for one-half the value.
$3,600 for lo-room modern house, full lot,
. 2113 Locust st.
$2 000 for modern house, good barn, full
lot. No. 4112 Nicholas St.; $.100 cash, $25 per
month. ' .
$400 for 8rora house;, 1 good lot. Undsey
aye., near 80th st.; $90 'cash. $10 per month.
tTStf for fine east front lot ou 4Wn it?, near
Nicholas St.; $100 cash, $10 per month. I
84bO ior targe mum iiuui iui un jiiu m.,
between 20ih and 21st sts. ; $50 cash, $10
If you want real estate fn Omaha or South
Omaha for business or residence purposes
or a rood Investment call on or address
GEORGE & CO., l&ll Farnam st., Omaha,
or 417 N. 26 tn st., eoutn umana.
RE M992 21
DO YOU WANT
TO SELL A FARM?
If you want to gall a farm or ranch, tall
the fanners and stockralaers about it. The
best war to reach them It through
This agricultural weekly goes to' $5,000
home of farmer and stockralaers, so If
you Lav a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find buyer
among them. Tha coat ot an ad U small
1 ceau per word.
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
HANSCOM PLACE COTTAGE.
On monthly payments; house has furnace,
cemented cellar, porcelain bath, gas. con
crete walk; paved street. For further
J. H. SHERWOOD.
937 N. Y. Life. 'Phone 3Sg.
RE Kuu 3u
CALIFORNIA Mutual I .and Company, 140
Montgomery St., San Francisco.' Cel., sell
ten, twenty, thirty arree or larger tracts
of choiua lind on liiKialltuent payments.
Virile lor full parlKuiaxa. ttk Al.J 2i
FOR tl.H-HF.AI. ESTATE.
KEI.PEY S. wall paper. 17th and Poygl.is.
'Phone lt. lllv-s;3
HOUSES, loto. farms, ranches, lonns; ulso
fire Insurance. Bemls, l'axton block.
SEE PAYNE. 1108TWICK A CO. for choli'e j
bargains. 601 N. Y. Life Uldg. Tel. 1'ds.
HOUSES and lots In all parts of city; also ;
acre proHTty and farm lands. The O, F.
Davis Co.. Room 6."2, Bee Uldg.
RK s.'S N17
A GREAT SNAP
In eastern Nebraska grain farm: 4 so acres,
all black bottom land, with I7.0"0 tj is.i
improvements, at only lii per acre, worth
i. See or write us for Illustrated de
scription of this line stock farm. Payne
Investment rhmpany, main floor New York
Life bidg., Omaha.
"The Alfalfa Men."
HARRISON MORTON, FARMS NEAR
OMAHA 929 acres 2S miles out, all level,
Improved, 45 per acre; 800, 35 miles out,
all level, improved, $05 per acre; 140, 6
miles of So. Omaha, 1100 per acre. Im
proved, on paved road. HARRISON &
MORTON. OMAHA. RE MsOS
WHY pay more? Lambert, $27; superior
to liou machliK-s. tent on approval. Mon
roe Co., 811 N. 16th St., Omaha. 131
TYPEWRITER BARGAINS THI3 WEEK
No. 6 Remington $nu.v
No. 6 Remington 40.09
No. 3 Kcnilntton 2'i.uo
No. 1 Smith Premier 25.0H
No. 2 Smith Premier
No. 7 Bllckensderier
Calieranlis from $5.00 to
J' W I
30 00 j
We rent machines of all makes, 8.1.00 per
month. Floyd bt. John. Tel. No. 2919. No.
116 80. 15th St. M765 21
SHORTHAND AU T1PEWHITING.
GREGQ S. H Touch T. W., Bus. Branches,
leitg. cat. free. om. con., iitn at LHjug.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school.
717 N. Y. Life.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal,
N. Y. Life. -879
NEB. Buslnera & Shorthand College, Boyd's
OM AHA COLLEGE OF Ml SIC.
OMAHA COLLEGE OF MUSIC and FINE
ARTS, faculty, twonty-two teachers.
Terms and prospectus, F. H. Wright,
Ramge Bidg. 773 031
SINGERS, First Presbyterian choir. Ap
ply F. H. Wright, 315 Ramge bidg. 434 31
P. MELCHIOR, 13th and Howard, ma
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wks. makes a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutter, doors and
safes. U. Andreeii, Prop., 102 S. loth St.
G1D. E. fc ALICE JOHNSON, OBteopaths.
ttulte 515 17. Y. Life Bidg. Tel. 1664.
Mrs. Grace Tlsdale Deegan, 638 Bee Bidg.
Tel. 2968. 367
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. T. Ochiltree,
20th and Lake streets. 570
PRIVATE lessons in bookkeeping, etc.;
G. R. Rathbun, Room 15, Com I Nat 1 bank.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes aarbaite
and dead animals at reduced prices.. 621
r. loin. J.ei. 11 is. iw
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all Dullness confidential. 1301 Uouglas.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. H. Phllblu, 15uu Farnam. 'Phone 784.
THINKS AND BAGGAGE.
TWIN CITY EXP. 'Phone 1717. 5o 8. 16th.
L. M. E. hauls trunks. Tel. 780.
PATENTED and unpatented Inventions
bought and sold. Lucas & Co., St. Louis,
Mo. -827 19
L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnam. Tel. 1253.
Send for price lint, cut flowers and pianist
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered -and re
modeled Joe Yousen, 1411 Farnam St.
IN FAMILIES. Miss Sturdy, 2580 Harney.
GOLD, bllver and nickel plating. Omaha
Plallug CO., Bee Bidg. Tel. 2o3a. tol
ELECTRIC AUTOMOBILES. Deright, 111
arnara street. wi
OM. Van Stor. Cv., 1611H Farn. Tela. 1559-$$$.
OMAHA Steam Laundry; shirts. 8c; collars
2c; cuffs, u. L50 Leavenwortn. Tel. A-lisa.
LAW ANU COLLECTIONS.
ST1LLMAN & PRICE. 21 U. 8. N't Bk. Bid.
IDEAL PLEATING CO., 1510 Howard.
OMAHA Hay Balo Tla Co.. SIX North 16th.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanners. 1424 B. 13th.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY
Ltnotypa Composition. 611 S. 13th.
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 430 Ramge Bidg.
GRAND Electric Co., 1 at Jackson. Tel. 2M4.
MORAND'8 'lancing 3chnol. V.th and llnr-ncy-
Children beginners. W.dne-lny. 4 15
ri S'ld Suturdri) . 1 a. m. : 2t' lessons
10: sorsoii. Co tol it to May. J-'0, ;.Uhih
1 and Suturdri) . 1 a. m. : 2t' lessons,
12 lersrvis. Ml sen-on, 12. ailulis, Tne?d-.y
and Frldny. H p. m.; 12 les-oi.s. iMdirs.
K t.tlemen. 6. High sc hool class meets in
Myrtle hall. senon Octniiei- to M.iv. S,
A..piM.. e'ery W e'tn.-s iv
When You Write
remember It onlv take an extra stroke o?
two of the pen to mention the fai t that
you saw the aii In The Bee.
lll'.l Kt I I E W.KACt.
jcAPT. Tll'ls CORMtCK. private d-tcc-
I iiu, on ahi imtn iiiock. ill.
II ATS IIKMIt A TED.
HATS dyed, blocked, latest styles. Rnnisrr
Kerr, 2"7 N. lith, near Cnpltol Ave.
LOST A brown Kngllrti setter. 3 years
old; answers to mime of "lirownle; ' tug
No. 2:i9; liberal reward if returned to II.
Hopkins. 22:'9 S. huh St. Lost M127 21
WANTED Active hustler for superintend
ent Industrial Department old-line Health
nnd Accident company. Address at once
Ocrald Blinker, Henoliuw hotel.
M 129 2I
si . . a
LADIES' Chichester's English Pennyroyal
Pills are the best; safe; reliable. Take no
other. Send c, stamps, tor particulars.
"Relief for Ludies" in letter by return
mail. Ask your druggist. Chichester
Chemical Co , Philadelphia, Pa.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested,
as cluingcs may occur at uuy time.)
Foreign mails fur the week ending Oc
tober 25. l!2, will close (PROMPTLY In
all cases) at the general postoftlce as fol
lows: PARCELS POST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown helow.
Parcels post mulls for Germany close at
s p. m. Monday and Wednesday.
Regular and Supplementary mulls close
at Foreign Statlo'i half nour later than
closing lime shown below (except tbat Sup
plementary mans ior I'.urope ana central
America, via Colon, close one hour later at
TUESDAY At 4:30 a. m. for EUROPE, per
. s. Kronprlnx llbelm. via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Bremen; at 8 a. m. for
AZORES 181.ANDS. ner s. s. Penlnsuliir.
WEDNESDAY At 6 a. m. for IRELAND,
per s. s. Oceanic, via Quecnstown (mall
for other parts of Europe must be di
rected "pe s. s. Oceanic "): at 6:30 a. m.
for EUROPE, per s. s. St. Louis, via
THURSDAY At 6:30 a. in. for EUROPE,
per s. 8. Columbia, via Plymouth, Cher
bourg and Hamburg (mull for France,
Switzerland, Italy, Kpaln, Portugal. Tur
key, Egypt, Greece, British India and
Lorenzo Marques must be directed "per
s. . Columbia"), at 7 a. m. for FRANCE,
SWITZERLAND, ITALY, SPAIN, PORT
UGAL, TURKEY, EGYPT, GREECE,
BRITISH INDIA and IX1RENZO MAR
OL'KZ, per 8. . La Touralne, via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe must be
directed "pet s. s. La Touralne"); at 8:30
a. m. fur ITALY direct, per s. s. Citta dl
Napoll (mull must be directed "per s. s,
Cittn dl Napoll").
SATURDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NETHER-
LANDS direct, per s. s.
u Ninlflin"l !
must be directed "nor . 8. Ryndam")
at 8 a. m. for BEIiUIUM direct, per.s. s..l
Z.eelnnd (mall must he directed "per s. 8.
Zeeland"); at 8:30 a. m. (supplementary
10 a. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Lucanla,
via Queenstown; at 9:30 a. m. for SCOT
LAND direct, per 8. s. Furneasla (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Furneasla").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
takes Printed Matter, Commercial Papers
and Samples for Germany only. The same
class of mail matter for other puns of
Europe will not be sent by this ship
unless specially directed by her.
After the closing of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls namen above, ad
ditional Supplementary Malls are opened
on the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within Ten Minutea of the
hour of nailing ot steamer.
Malta for South and Central America,
West Indies, Etc.
TUESDAY At 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per s. s. Seguranca, via
Colon (letter mall for Guatemala must be
directed "jKr s. s. Seguranca"); at 10
a. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND direct, ner
s. a. Silvia; at 10 a. m. fur ST. MARC,
PORT AU PRINCE. PETIT GOAVE,
AUX-CAYES and JACMEL, per s. s.
Prlns Wlllem 1 (mail for other parts of
Haiti, Curacao, Venezuela, Trinidad, Brit
ish and Dutch Guiana must be directed
"per 8. s. Prlns Wlllem I"): at 11:30 a. m.
for YUCATAN and CAMPECHE. per 8. a.
Daggrv (mall must be directed "per a. s.
DaRgrv"): at 1 p. m. for BRITISH,
1)1 TCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. a.
Nile, via Georgetown; at 6:30 p. m. for
JAMAICA, per a. s. Admiral Sampson,
f mm Huston.
WEDNESDAY At 12 m. (supplementary
12:30 p. m.) Mr UAH AM AS. per a. a,
Antlllii. (mall must be directed "Per a. s
Antllla"; at 9:30 a. m. tsupplementsry
10:80 a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND and
HAITI, per 8. s. Athoe; at 11:30 p. m. for
JAMAICA, per steamer from Phl.adHphla.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN, LAMrttiiK, 1 a DADV.U ana 1:111
APAS. tier e. s. Havana (mall for other
parts of Mexico most be directed "per
e. s. Havana 1; at 12 m. (supplementary
12:30 p. m.) for uaiiamah and Santi
ago, tier a. s. Yucatan.
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, .per a. a.
Matanras. via xampico (man must oe di
rected "per s. s. Matanzas"); at 12:30
p. m. for INAGUA and Haiti, per a. a,
per s. s. Pretoria: at v a. m. ror fokto
UICO. Der s. s. Cuamo: at 9 a. m. (bud
plementary 9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and
VENEZUELA, per s. s. Maracalbo (mall
for Bavanllla and Cartagena must be di
rected "per s. m. Maracalbo"); at 9:30
a. m. (supplementary, 10:30 a. m.) for
FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA, 8A VA
NILLA. CARTAGENA and GREYTOWN.
per 8. b. Alleghany (mall for Costa Rica
must bo directed "per s. s. Alleghany );
at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per a. a. Mexico.
via Havana; at 10 a. m. fur GRENADA
and TRINIDAD, per a. a. Maraval
Malls for Newfoundland by rail to North
Sydney, anu tnence vy steamer, close
at this omce cany at :m p. m. (con
necting close here every ' Monday
Wednesday and Saturday;. Malls for
Miquelon, by rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, close at this office dally at
6:30 p m. Ma'ls for Cuba by rail to Port
Tampa. Flu., and thence by steamer, clots
at this office daily except Thursday at
6:90 a. m.. (the connecting closes are
made on Mondays. Wednesdays and Bat
urdaysi. M.tlls for Mexico City, over
land unless specially addressed for des-
natch by steamer, close at this office
dally except Sunday at l:3u p. m., and
11:30 p. m ; Sundays at l:u0 p. 111. and
11:30 p. m. Mails fur Costa Klca, Bellse,
Puerto Cortes and letter mall for Guate
mala, by rail to New Orleans and thenca
bv sleamei. close at this ottlr dailv
except Sunday at 1:30 p. m. and 11.30
p. ni.; Sundays at 1:00 p. m. and U:3o
p. m. (connecting cloxes here Mondays
at 11:30 p. m. for Bellse. Puerto Cortes
and letter mail lor Guatemala and
Tuesdays at "11: JO p. ni. for Costa Rica)
Registered mail closes at C:0u p. m. pre
Mails fur Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. 111. up to October
n, inclusive, ior aespaicn per a. a.
Malls for Hawaii. China. Jaoan and first
class mal'er for the Philippine Islands,
via San Francisco, close here dally al
at t.M D. m. up to October 2!iih. Inclu
slve, for despatih per a. s. America Maru
Malls for the Philippine Islands, via Sar
Francisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. tn
up to octooer ---jiii. inclusive, lor Ue
uatch tier U. S. Transport.
Malls for Tahiti and Maruueaas Islands
via San Francisco, close here dally at t.M
p. m. up to October 2ith, inclusive, foi
despatch per s. s. Mariposa.
Mails for China and Japan, via Vancouver
and Victoria, B. C, close here oally at
6.40 p. in. up to tictouer .in, inclusive,
for despatch per a. a. Empress of Japan
I Hen ll red mall must be specially ad'
dressed. Merchandise fur I . S. Postal
Agency at biianghal cannot tut forwards
Maiie for Australia, (except 'Vest Austra
ha. which is forwarded via Eurouel Ne
Zealand. Fiji. Samoa and Hawaii, via
San Francisco, clia here dally at :80 p.
m. after o-iober llth and up to No-
t travel "Ist. luUusiv or uu a rival ut
iaiv; At tur.MV.
!( i oi 1 1 : t iui;.
s. s t'ami'HiiM. dm at New York No
v H'Oer it. ti-r drnpHUh per s. s So
nnirt. M,ill ir llawnii. Jdpiiu. Cliinn and first
i'Iiihs mstter for the 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 pi n Islands, via
Sun Kranclsi . i inse dully st 6: p.
ni tip to November :d. Inclusive, for
.II.,,. a,..!, , u. P . M U ...... u
Mulls for Australia (except West Australia,
whim goes Ma r.umpc and New y.ealHnd.
whli-h noes v In Sun tranrlscoi, and Ft.il
Islands. vIh Vancouver and Victoria, B.
c., close In re dally at 6:3'i p. m. after
November "1st and up to November th.
inclusive, for despatch per s. s. Miuwera.
Transpacliu' mulls are fnrwarded to port of
salllna di.Hy and the schedule of closing
Is arrnngd on the presumption of their
1 '.inlnlerrupted overland transit. Regis
ered mail closes st p m previous day.
: i:cU.KI,ll'f VAN COTT. Postmaster,
I Postoftice. New York, N. Y.. October 17. 190$
tll.WAV TIME TABLE.
I.NION STATION tOTH AND M ABCY.
hlcaao, Hock Island A PaclHo.
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 5:ini am a $:4.", am
Chicago Daylight Local. a : am a 9:35 pin
Chicago Express bll:lfi am a 6:08 pm '
Dos Molns Local a 5:20 pm bll:!W am
Chicago Fast Express,. a 6:1 pm a 1:25 pm
Rocky Mountain L t d. .a 6.50 am a 4:55 tun .
Lincoln. Colo. Springs.
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:20 pm a 5:42 pm .
Colo., Texas Cal. and
Oklahoma Flyer a 5:20 pm al2:40 pm
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 5:1 pm
Chicago, Minneapolis aV
St. Paul Limited a 7:50 pm a $ 06 am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express b 7:30 m blft-.SS pm
Chicago Express rl0:35 pni
St. Iouis Express..
K. C. & St. L. Ex..
.al0:00 sm a 6 2a pm
.al0:50 pm a 6:15 am
( hlcaao Jt Northwestern.
The Northwestern IJne."
1 Fast, Chicago
...a 3:40 sm it 7:00 "m
....a 7:60 pm a 8:30 am
....a 6:10 am a 3:64 pm
....a 7:35 am alO.23 pm
....a 8:0i) am 11:20 pm
....al:56 am a 5:10 pm
....a 4:oo pm a 9:60 am
....a 4:55 pm a 4:05 pin
....a 8:10 pm a 9: am
....a 7:55 pm a 8:18 am
Local Sioux City.
Daylight St. Paul
laical Chicago ...
I .oral Carroll ....
Fast S:. Paul
Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm b 9:50 am
I nlun Paclac.
Overland IJmlted .
The Fast Mall......
Pacific Express ...
Eastern Express .,
..a 9:40 am a 7 30 pm
..a 8:60 am a 1:25 pm
,.a 4:25 pm , ,
a 4:Ji pm
The Atlantic Express
a 7 JO am
The Colorado Special.. .a 7:10 am a 3:40 am
Chicago Special a$:40am
Lincoln, Beatrice and
Stromsburg Ex .,... .b 4:06 pm bl2:60 pm
Grand Island Loo! b 6:30 pm b:K pm
hit-ago. MllaeWee & St. Pawl.
Chicago & OnfaTta Ex..b 7:40 am b S:40 pm
Chicago Limited Ex a 6:00 pm a 7:50 am
At a baa K.
St. Louis "Canon Ball"
Express - a 6:55 pra a 8:20 am
St lxiuis Local. Coun-
ctl Bluffa : a 9:15 am al0:30 pm
BIHLINGTON 9TATION-10TM aV MASON
hlcaao, Rnrllnston A Qwlney.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am .a 4:05 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled Ex. .a 4:00 pm a 1:30 am
Chicago Local a 9:30 am all:0 pm
Chicago Limited a 8:05 pm a 1:80 am
Fast Mall 2o pm
Kansas illy, St. Joseph et toanrll
Kansas Cltv Day Ex. ...a 8:20 am a :08 pm
St. Loula Flyer a 5:10 pm aU:J am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:80 pm a 8:16 am
flurllnjiton missonri niver.
vmro llentrlee and
Lincoln a :40 am bll:55am
Nebraska Express, a 8:40 am a 7:41 pm
lenver Limited a 4:20 pm a o:o am
lack Hilts nnd Pugei
Sound Express all:10 pm a 8:10 pm
o I o 1 a d o vvsiiDuieoj .
Fiver a :10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b:10pm a 1:17 am
ort Crook and Platts-
month h 1:90 om bll :06 am
Bellevue r Pacific-Jet:;a T:W pm a :27 am
Bellevue & Pacific Jet.. a 8:00 am '
WEBSTER DEPOT 14TH st WEBSTER
Chicago, Ct. Paul, Mlnneapolla at
win Cltv Pasenaer....a 6: am a 9:00 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 9:00 pm f 11:3) am
Emerson Local b 6:40 pm b 8:46 am
Fremont, Elkhorn 4c Mlaaaarl
Black Hills, Deadwood,
Hot Springs a umi pm a o:u pm
Wyoming, Casper and .
Douglas a s:w pm e o:w pm
Hastings, York, David
City, superior, oeneva,
Exeter and Seward. ...b 8:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Norfolk, Lincoln and
Fremont b 7:30 am bl0: am
Fremont Local. 7:30 am
Nebraska Ixical, Via .
Weeping water.. .d i:iu pm aio:zs am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, e Bun
ny only, d Dally except Saturday, Dally
Boston to Mediterranean
Boston to Liverpool.
Portland to Liverpool.
t vnu are contemplating a
trip we will nd you upon ap-
tA The Mediterranean HJtrVr a
S together wtfh other descriptive
V. dvertlatng matter. Address,
Z A Company's Offlos, lMr-lrn Bt.,
S-T ' CH1CAQQ.
MOLINEUX TRIAL BEGINS
Doctor Telia How Mrs. Adssaa Died
ad Coralah of Reeelrlagr
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. Tha Jury for the
trial of Roland B. Motlneux, charged with
the murder of Mrs. Katherlna J. Adams,
was completed today. "
Assistant District Attorney Osborne this
afternoon delivered tha opening address for
tha state, after which the taking of evi
dence commenced. '
Speaking of the absence of certain wit-.
leases whoa ovidenoe he wished, Mr. Os
borne said although the defense had the
right to take tha evidence ot absent wit
nesses, the prosecution did got. There ware
witnesses) out of the state who would not
attend for him, and If the defense would
not produce them, he intended to comment
on their absence.
At the conclusion of his address Mr. Os
borne called Dr. Edward F. Hitchcock, tha
Drst physician to see Mrs. Adams after she
was taken 11 K The doctor said ho taw "a
auspicious appearance" in the throat ot the
dying woman and administered whisky, but
without effect. He put about one-sixth of
a grain ot the stuff from the bromo-seltier
bottle to his tongue and detected hydro
cyanic acid. Traces of mercurial poison
were oa Mrs. Adams' lips. Dr. Hitchcock
Idontifled a piece of paper as the on Cor
nish gsve htm as the wrapper which en
closed tho bottle and holder when It reached
him at the Knickerbocker club.
Tho wltneaa said he was sure on of tha
cyanide caused the death of Mr. Adam.
On cross-examination he said he gave
Cornish no antidote for the poison, but l
trate ot bismuth to relieve the stomach Ir
ritation complained of. Cornish was sick
until be reached tbe street, the air reviv
Mr. Osborne next produced Hsrry F. Cor
niah, who told of the receipt ot the pol .
oned package at the clubhouse on Decern
ber 14. 1899. It was put on hi desk by
one of hi clerks. He tor off the wrapper
nd threw It away; later, at someone's sug
gestion, he picked up the wrapper. He
then told of speaklag of tha aoonyntou
gift at dinner that evening, and Mr. Rog
er suggested be bring It horn and give
her the holder, the description of which
seemed to match with sliver on her telle!
The trial was adjourn!
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