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THE OMAITA DAILY ItEE: SATURDAY NOVEM1.ETI 20, 1002
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fa v4.rd thereafter. Nethlag taken
sr I... tbsa Blto f.r a lssr
'lit.. These adTfrilirBttti aasst b
Adv.rtla.ra, by r.aeatl. . aa
bered .beck, tii have answer, ad
tressed la aambered letter la para
ml Tba B... Aatmn addressed will
b dalle. rd as araac.tatlaa ( tk.
SITUATION wanted by an all round union
printer! 20 yearn' experience; country Job
preterrea. Address o si, cure n-e.
WANTED, dace to rare for furnace or
other light work (or board. Address O 53,
Bee. . A-MWI 29
WASTED MALK HELP.
HUBTLlNa deputlea wanted; men or
women: splendid contract. Tba Garden-
ara, tlfc Bee Biag. ' B iia
WANTED, for U. S. Army, able-bodied un-
TOarrleu men between ages of 11 and kr,
citizens of United States, of good char
acter ana temperate. habits, who can
speak, read ana write bullish. For m-
Icrmatlou appiy to Recruiting Otticen,
lain and Douge bis., Omaha, and post-
uiuce punning, iincoHt, iseo. bu-i
GOOD mesKengers wanted;
A. D. A , Co., iU el. Utb bt.
TAILOR wanted at once,
crania, llolurege,. Nub.
carl P. Llnde-
.. B MTiJ 30
WANTED A solicitor capable of present-
lux n attcaclive Una inveatmeni ; must
be tirt-cius. bUlniur Cnute, rA liea
( JIUg,, . . - U o
WANTED A 'boy with' av horB to deliver
Ihe Ji,veniu Hev, wti siue. m
ine lee oil.ee, circulation uepartinent, i
. m. . , iilMU-l
WANTED Three experinct'd
men. 4. L, Hi anuvtB at' bona.
it I ilrM
WANTED, two Cfst-class harneaamakers,
or ateauv eiiibutyment. Auurtss Knux-
vlile aauuieiy iiousu, Knoxvlile, la.
11 ji.uA Dl
WANTED; machine shop anirentlce and
two snop oo'6. Apply 4i tluil nt..
Council liluila. Al"
WANTED, middle-aged man; good address;
larce aeouainiancv. City bavings ounK,
lkin and iougias.
6Eh3 what we have to offer men to learn
barber traue; years-Saved by our meinod
ol tree wum, expert limtructions; loois
. presented; wages Baturuays; board pro
vkleu; rail or write. Aloler BarDer Col
lea, lllvi Douguui Bt." ' ii MM 4
iwiKTRn. reliable nerson In each district
to manaae iHisiness lor ola house; salary
II wei-aiy; expenses :advanceu; perma
nent iwiKiiiun: inclose selt-auaresse en-
vuiiiiw. Manurer. 4J Caxton uiug., Chi
cago. U Mali
EVERYWHERE, to sell Lambert Type
writers. Aiouroe di Co., ii i. loth St.,
WANTED, L1QUOK SALESMAN
For Nebraska, one with an established
trade on whiskies or cigars ' preferred;
give, full details aa to experience, etc.;
. ' ail correspondence Will be held strictly
' confidential. ' Address- O to. care this
W AM'fcD fr'fcJAlALE HELf.
! 109 Girls. Call Canadian office, loth & Dodge.
WANTED, student nurSe at South Omaha
WANTED. Swedish or German girl for
general aouNvWOVai Smaii laniUy ; gtiuu
waaea. Call at urn b. sitn au c--au
WANTED, a good girl .tun general tHus-
work. Appl .ut jroppiutwu Ave.
. .. , ' . . C tis
WANTED Ulrl to do general housework
iu taiuiiy ot liitee; xuua wages. Mrs.
cumerai, 9il ii. Mia . . C M,i
OOOD girl for general bousewora. iH fcu.
Uib bt. ; gooo. wages.-
WANTED, bead dlningroom tirl, J per
sao. A are auvanccu. i.. t euo, ain
tuie, iNeo, C jd.Ju !
WANTED, a strictly first-class woman
cook, small privaie family, near Oinaua,
oilur teitauu aept; no tauiiory wum;
waaes M ber nioiuu ana ranruad tare.
Auuresa O u, Bee. c Mauo i
WANTED, a good girl at
Creche, 19th aud Hauiey.
once at the
C sol M
WANTED, a refined young girt to do sec
ond work In small lanuiy; good wages
paid, call at U4 Douge street between
x and l D. iu. c fto
WANTED, a girl for general housework.
1U4 H. join Ave. c eu, au
WANTED, one Second cook, 818 per month;
one luunuress, i per nionin; una uiiio"
maiu. sis per uiouiii; uuaia and lougiug.
Commercial Hotel, sacCooa, XSeo.
. , . C M 80
., FOR REST HOUSES. . .
TO MOVE light get Omaha Van Storage
CO.; otnee, iJiift aruaui, or iu, xjos-mo.
Ufll tCPQ In paru of city, The O.
jiou t Uais Co., M Bee mug.
8-ROOM modern, nar High school, 4ii.Mli
k- room nouae, esta ana vnaritss, m.w.
Ana. fa Cap. Ava. 'ioi. e.. iiooison.
. ... D ml
EKE PAYNE. BOSTWICK at CO. for choice
. bouses. -sul-U .N. . ui siidg. iei. iuis
jaLAOGARD Van Btoiage Co. Tel. 1496.
, " i i ;
S520 BURT, rooms, modern, nice lawn.
19th, v-room, modern. 820.00.
N. luth, 4-ro 'm, ruoUern, Uu.w.
W. FAKNAM fcuilH CO.,
13JU Farnam St. . .
HOUSES and Rata. Kingwalt, Barker block.
HOUSES. Q. Q. Wallace,
i forfTent-24 ROOMS.
161 ami loii lioward sts.; has just been
i.tit in ttrst-ciats repair, inuuuing tour
uw batb , rooms; desirable location tor
small hotel; 4iJ0 per moutn. ,.
;.-(lKtlk: Sk. CO.." luol FARNAM ST.
. ,1-M69 80
FOR RENT.1 on. fr.yom 4i 1th gaa.
water nd srwer; lust' ' been- placed; tn
Crst-class repair; In good location. C.' M.
Bachuiann. 4J6-81 Faxtou block. - D 1.
FOR RENT, forty acres In the city lmllts
. , . i r"
.of South Omaha: small house, excellent
place for leed yard. The Omaha Realty
y. iUJl DOUgia. ..t., .uvsiairs.
FOR RENT, i J-room, modern ottge. !41l
Capitol Avu. The O. F, DavIs Co., Be.
Bldg. . i-t
FOR i RJCNTt .-cooni bouse. . lust, nea-iv
raperea ana repairea.' ail moacrn except
srnace. t!d Be and PoMdelnn Ave.. 11. ,
Vwo a-rnom bouses, SWb and Cadfernla St..,
all modern, city water euu nnur. l.i.
One 4-roora house, 2Vtb and Cutuing Sts.,
436-31 A'axton Blk.
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24TH AND K 'STS., South 'Omaha. 3 nice 6-
room cotlaacs; rental, Ii r r month.
William K. Putter, receiver, fl Brown
biota. 1 . J-MT6J
roli N. lSih st, I rooms, all modern. 318.00'
&7 Jackson al.. T r.. all modern. 818.00.
N. ih avs.. 10 r- u modem; e!s
- gant, 4-io. r
221S Burt St., I r., modern, except furnace,
4.5.00. ' "
6th and Taylor ats.t 4 r.. well water, 310.00.
a l limv ml a r.. all modern. 812.00.
til 7 N. '(h BC, i r., all anqdern flat, second
XA.'a hava u l hers. ' Come and IM US.
List your bouses wlih ua for- rant We
have the tenant.. Payos Investment
Company 1st floor N. I. La bids. TeL
7-room houM, near
J?n9-rnnm modern house, r4 N. 1th Bt.
4:S-S-rnnm modern hn.i 4Z2 N. 39th Bt.
112 8-ronm modern houses 41 Far nam St
80S Bo. Uth Bt.
MAPLE STREET Eight room. ICO.
14.1 N. 1TM 8T., nine S-room cottsa-. In
good repair. William K. potter, receiver,
4 Brown block. D M7S2
MnriBRS -room house, corner 15th and
Vinton. Inquire 1411 Vinton. D I1
lOR RP.1T-FI RMHF.D ROOMS.
DEWEY European Hotel, 13Lh and Far nam.
$1 PER WEEK 412 8. lSlh Bt., one (Kk
outh ol court house.- & nu
AETNA HOUSE. European, 13th and Dodge.
ROYAL, HOTEL, European, 16th ft Chicago.
HANDSOME ateam heated room.
ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1123H How.
ara. . m-mji- u-ur
L. M. E
haula trunk.., Telephone 70.
, . , E M850
THE FARNAM .Mb and, Farnam streets.
& Ma 1
STEAM HEATED room, tlO per month.
uarxer Hotel, wtn ana Jones bib.
I ROOMS for light housekeeping. 1112 Bo,
11th a tree l. . E M271
FRONT' room, modern. S3 per wiwk. 1717
W abater. ' E-4f. Dl
FIRSI9HF.U ROOMS AND BOARD.
MERR1AM, comfortable winter home. Tel So
FUHNI8HED rooms, with or without board.
rates reasonable. Midland Hole!, lbin ano
Chicago. ' ' F 470
PRIVATE family. 6C9 8. 5th ave
FOll KENT STORES AMD OFFICES.
FOR RENT, store In first-class location
rent reasonable. Apply R. c. Meters ac
Co. ground Jloor, Bee Bldg. 1 Mi
FOR RENT,, the bulldlnfr fofmerly occu
pied by The Bee at ft r amain bt. It has
tour stories ana a imscment wnicn was
formerly usad as The Bee press room.
This will to rented very reasonably. If
luieretwd apply at ottiue to C. C. rtose-
... .. t .. .. ' ... r-.. , .. r ..... M knil.ilt.tf
.f . . - -U
CENTRAL,, grocery, drug, meat .market.
with lixiures: also hoe luunary, wita
team be&t and power. Tlxard, zin N. UA.
AUE.M'S WAX TEH.
WANTED, canvaaslnc aKcnta In every
county to solicit suusciiplions to itlii
'1 VYcVllElil CE.NlUitY fAKJluii.
Sieauy employment, with usured eooa in
come. Agenis in the. country wlin horse
ana buggy especially Uesueu. Canvassers
maae easily to xijv per monili. . AU-
urtas, l inury r arrncr buncllurs uureau.
Bee ouiiuing, omaim.
l.ouo AGENTS wanted to sell desirable old-
Una insurance lor the largest compauy
in the world of its age', no special con
tract takirs or leg pullers ueea appiy.
We sell the best contract ever wriiieu:
good territory and commissions given to
good, reliable men. Call on or write to
ueorge J. Crane, bupernitendeut Western
Department. Jia tlral Aai 1 Bank Biuk..
omana. iveo. j uia um
AGENTS to sell Texas Oil and Mining Co.'a
stock; nrBt-ciass investment; goon com
missions; liberal contract. Texas Oil and
Mining Co., Box 9., Lawton, oki.
MAN OR WOMAN of good address wanted
to call on business men: very proniuble
position. ior competent person. legier,
Aionoa piug., cnicago. j sicil j
1 WANTED TO RENT,
WANTED, room and board With pffVate
iamny, close in, uy young man aua.wite
of rennement; state terms. Audreys O 54,
OM. Van Stor. Co., 1511ft Farn. Tels. 1559-S63.
VANS and baggage wagons. Tel. 1196.
' WANTED TO BUY.
i : 1
WANTED To buy or location for bank;
aooui tiu.iw capital, iancoin bate ie-.
posit ft Trust Co., Lincoln, Neb.
, 6J8 St
WANTED, latest style Remington type
writer, bus; nt ly useo, for cash; must oe a
bargain; give numoer on machine,, price
ana lull particulars. Address O ill. Bee.
M MiiJi a
t'OH .AL,i!-s'4.HNt'A't1Mtl,. ' '
CHICAGO Furniture Co.. 1410 Dodge. Tel.
i'M Mew ana seconauanii, bouani. sold.
exciiiiaeu. j in
FOR SALE HOKSlilS, WAGONS, ETC.
NEW atid secondhand vehicles for sale
cheap, ii. iosi, inn ana ieavenwonu.
; F 4,8
FOR SALE My all-purpose horse; young,
souuu, ciij Itwo, uu ivujlvt, weigiit.
I, mi. See ulm at Ciuo ataoies, a014 Wv
enwortn. J, B. Biancharu, llii Georgia
Ave. ijo u-x
GOOD family horae.
FOR gALfcl MiaCa.LLA.NalO I S.
1 i1 i
NEW and id-hand typewriters. 1U9 Faruam
FOR SALE, pnonograpna, superior to i..iy
other musical lusurunieni , o up. ill.
. Vvmmana Co., l2i t arnam. . vi Ii4
FOR - SALE, a pair of Imported Mexican
nainess uuaa. auu, a, -
FEiiCE LATH for quick shipment, crib
bing, couiuiiiatiou ittuutn. Ji jougias.
INDIAN good, and relics.,
100 STYLES trusses; catalogue free. Sher
man ac Mcconneii irug vo., ittin sna
IDHAND safe cheap.
Derlght, 1111 Farnam.
s . . .. i l.k
CLiVkWnUlVn K( 11 1 a r-A Anft HMl'l.klfi.i
billiard tables repaired; a large Stock of
cheap bar nxiurea, cigar counters, etc.
T he Brunswli k-BaJke-Collendcr Co.. 4ii-9
8. luUi. .,.' 4 MUO So
PIANO for sals or trade; want horse and
tuggy. u , oee. y uu
BUY or seU pool tables.
Kern, 821 8. 12th,
W ' vnt
FOR SALE Rotary Neostyle for copying
letters, circulars, etc. inquire vi sir.
Schroeder, ofnee. J. L. Brapdeis A Sons.
. . tt.-. j;4aai
76 LADIES and gents' watches. Uo dia
monds, left In pawn, good as new, selling 1
at half price. Diamond Loan omce, 14ol I
Deuglas. Q Mibl VJo
BARN for. sale. Inquire 1914 No. 24th St.
- . . Q-M787
CHRISTMAS perfumes. Write for catalog.
fc her man at McConuell Drug Co., Omaha,
Q MV!1 Dis
MM FRITZ.' clairvoyant. 1614 Cass Pt.
MME. GTLMER, g.nulaa palmist, i 8. 1&,
. EI.EC1M1CAL I Ml. A I M: NT.
MM a BMITH, bAtka. 118 N. 16, 2J floor, K, X.
A aJ9 Dj
MISS DUVAL, manicuring.
MME. AMES, vapor baths, 124 N. IStb. R. l
i S1W4 iJLt
GRACE O BRIAN of Kentucky. 730 8. mh.
T 164 U1J
WIP9 DUVAL, manicuring.
T MTT'5 if
DR ROT. chiropodist; corns and superflu
ous hair removed by electricity. K. 11.
Frenxer block. U 881
VIAVI, Woman's Way to Health. Home
treatment, uouklet tree. Mb ttee mug.,
Omaha. . Uf-iiJ
GRAMOPHONES and sjppllea. wholesale
ana retail. Collins llano Co., i'j uourim,
Kl'PTf RH C1TRKD No knife, no pain, no
Often ion rrum business. Bend lor ocoaiei,
tc. EMPIRE RUPTURE CURE CO.. 32
N.-T. Life Rldg., Omaha. U 48i
DR. B. M. JACKBON, specialist In chronic
dlwases. .lauo Farnam St. Consultation
ELITE PARLORS, (15 8. 16th St., M floor.
PRIVATE hospital before and during Con-
nnemem; babies boarded ana aaoniea.
Mrs. QardeN, 2234 Lake, Tel. Red-ISM
WE RENT sewing machines at Y5c per
week. We repair and sell part, for any
NEBRASKA f'TCLK dO..
phone 13. Corner 15th and Harney Sts.
H4 Rroadwsr. Council B tiffs. 'Phone B-615.
6ll JNftrtn 24tn Bt.. so. Omaha, 'i-none iib.
' V-Ki6 Dl
TELEPHONE 7S0 for L. M. E.
HOXET TO LOA! REAL ESTATE.
VA PER CENT on business property.
6 per cent on residence property.
Options to pay whole or part any time.
W. B. MEIKLE, 401 S, lfiTH 8t.
' W 489
MONET to loan on Improved Omaha, real
estate urennan-iove co., sv a. i.im.
4 TO P. C. money.
Bemls, Faxton Blk.
FARM and citv loans, low rates. W. IT
Thomas, First Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. lMj.
FIVE PER CENT loans. Garvin Bros., 1W4
. c acnam. w tM
PRIVATEmoney. F. D. Wead, 1624 Douglas.
WANTED, city loans
and warrants. W.
IXX Farnam street.
uarnam smith & Co.,
WANTED, city and farm loans; also bonds
and warrants. H. C. Peters & Co., Iic2
Farnam Sc. Bee Bldg. . V 494
WANTED. 85,000 loan on first-class real es
tate security. Inquire Blixt & Lovsren,
room 43G-7 Paxton block. W Ml!4
MO.VKY TO Lt) A CHATTELS.
WHEN you hrnl Ii necessary to borrow
give ub a trial, after which we will, by
lair treatment, attempt to retain your
patronage. We loan Hum 810 up on tur
niiure, pianos, live stock, etc. We aiso
make loans to
without iiioriaafce or euuorser. We do
not deuuet Interest in advance; we charge
nothing tor iiiumng or nting papers and
our sei vicu Is uuica and coundenilal. Wo
always try to uiease our put ions.
OMVHA MOitiUAUK UIAN CO..
119 Boaru of Iraue Blug. Tel. 295.
tEsiauiislied lsii- dus South loth St.
818 lit lf till 81 81 81 J8 1118
8 DO TOU NEED MONEY7 8 1
1. XuOINil. X IU UJAi I
8 ON I
4 FURNITURE AND SALARIED 8
8 110 to oul loaned on FCKMTUKE,
4 1'lAIoa, aiiu iu aaiuriea peoples
X at very lowest rales and tor any lenalh 6
4 ot tune, wltnuut pubudly or removing 4
8 the property, t aymenui can be- made 8
4 to suit ysur convenience. x
4 Call and get, our term before going I
4 elsewhere. i 8
lUtlilADliia umrAni, a
8 Room Mi, inira rioor, raxton mock. 4
, ' A. OW
- BORROW MONEY
WHERE you can get It on FURNITURE,
PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS,
i cow at; ,iu.: aiso on BAL,Aiiit.a.
WHERE you get It on abort notice and
WHERE you pay lor only the time money
is ii. tue.
WHERE you can return It on easy weekly
or mommy iwymtnu.
WHERE you gel the lowest rates. .
WHERE inn you do betterT
i"110ii.-iiA. t-nt,Lii co..
633 Paxton Bin. lsib and Farnam Sts.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
bAL.AKlc.iJ muruu, uiercnanis, team
siers, boarding nouses, etc., without se
curity; easiest terms; 40 o Dices In prin
cipal clti.-s. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
Biug. jw us
monf.V loaned on furniture, live stock.
jewelry, to salaried people, roiey i.oaa
CO., cue. to jjuu urcen, e miner uioca..-
MONET loaned cn pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, vows, etc. c. IT. need, &lg a. 13.
MONEY Joaned on plain note to salaried
people; business conilUenllal; lowest rate.
614 Faxton block. The J. A. Hulton Co. .
.v.. X 4J7
WHY pay more? Lambert. 826; superior to
8lvv machines. Bent on approval, aaonroe
& Co.. 811 N. 16th St.. Omaha
WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange
your business or property quick see j.
11. Johnson, M3 N. Y. Life. Y M506
WANT to buy, sell or trade a business?
Go see Wilson, w ernes Co.. 417 to 419
Paxton block. X 933
TO GET In or out of business call on Wil
liams, Boom 411, Mccague building.
NO. 1 bowling alleys In Kansas, Nebraska
and Iowa. Pool hall In Omaha. Cheap.
Address o ci, ttea. x Mils W
CALIFORNIA round trio ticket on easy
terms; installment plan; send stamp. Ad
dress California Mutual Land Co., 840
Montgomery ml, San Francisco. Cal.
WANTED A solicitor capable of present
ing an attractive iana investment: must
be first-class. Bhimer & Chase, 604 Bee
Bldg. Y 757
FOR SALE, hardware and Implement stock
In swanton, Baline county, IseO. ; the I
only Implement stock in town; a bargain I
to any one wisning to engage in the Im
plement business. For particulars ad
dress Lock Box 17, Swanton. Saline Co.,
iseo. i s, s-
WHITELA W ft GARDINER'S stock of dry
goods, notions, ladles and gents furnish
ing goods, ladles' cloaks, skirts and suits,
millinery, wallpsper ana all fixtures will
l- t,old In bulk at nubile suction to hs
blRhest bidder for cash on Saturday, No
vember at lu o clock a. tn., on the
prvnie, t Broadway, Council Bluffs,
la. F. A. Buckman. reclver. Y 603-29
I CAN SELL YOUR BUSINESS.
No matter where It it; send description
and cash price and learn bow. I have
or can find th. business you want to buy.
Tell me your requirements. W. M. Us-
trander. Home Office. Suite 1443 North
American Bldg., Philadelphia. Offices In
fourteen cities. . Y
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PERFUMES 2,000 kinds. Catalogue. Sher
man & McCunnell Drug CO.. Omaha.
... Y Ms2 D28
IF YOU have 83.000 to 35.0uO spot cash and
want to step into wen established cloth
ing or general merchandise business,
southeast Nebraska, address P. O. box
- 4.1, Craig. .Neb. Y MK14 1
FOR EXCHANGE, atrlctly clean stock of
staple dry goods, ladies and men a fur-
niahlng towit, etc.; goods all practically
the same as when bought from wholesale
house and worth nearer luo centa on the
dollar than any stock listed In the last
year; stock now In hands of creditor, with
claim of ti.M, which must be paid In
c.tsh; . Invoice about lll.ouu; owner will
trade eoulty for sood land and would as
sume incumbrance of not more than 83. UO
What have youT Charles W. Sowars. 607
Manhattan bldg., BU Paul, ll .
FOR SAIAS RBAL BSTATB.
7nnaa ft No. front on Jackson, near Rth.
7' N. V'. cornet s4th and Jackson, asxin.
i 4 ft., E. front on Lowe ave., nr. Burt.
K0N. W. Con Ixiwe ave. and Burt; 41x144
! ft., west front, on 14th, near Dorcas.
I J75 N. E. corner JStb and tecatur.
H6ve ft. N. front on Blondo. bet. 3 A J.
$ 110 N. E. Cor. Franklin and aid.; 42Vj by 127
t M00 feet E. front on Sth. near Bancroft.
OMAHA REALTY CO., 1301 DOUGLAS.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
I nlon Pacinc Railroad company, o. a.
McAllester. land commissioner. Union Pa-
c.flo Headquarters, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED A solicitor capable of present
ing an attractive land investment; must
be first-class. Bhimer A Chse, 6A Bee
Bldg. RE io4
W. C. CHIPSELt, for BARGAINS In real
estate. li15 Jones St. i'none ni.
HE MA D15
HOUSES and lots In all pnrts of city; also
acre property and farm lanas. ine j. r.
Daxls Co.. Room 552. Bee Bldg. RE 610
BEE PATNE. BOSTWICK CO. for eholce
bargains. 601 N. X. Lite Blag. lei. iui.
Tukey & Son.
We had tuch a great number oi oeople look
ing at those lota north of Grand Ave. and
west of 24th St. yesterday afternoon that
we have decided to' be on the ground
again Saturday afternoon from n to 6
Everyone Is very mnch pleased with the
property and admits that the- prices are
way beiow the cash value.
Call us up at the house this evenlrur if you
wish to do so.
A P. TI-KP.T AND BON.
'Phones: Office. 21S1I He... F-SMO. 444-445
Board of Trade. KB 810 28
HARRISON MORTON. FARMS.
BE US' D17
FOR SALE Fifty-acre farm, five miles
north Council Bluffs on Crescent road;
fruit and good improvements; a bargain.
Address C. F. Miller, ?ia Mynster street,
Council Blutls nr. Aim
A FINE 480-acre farm In eastern Nebraska
near Central Cllv. In Merrick county
one of the nnest improved tnrms In the
late, at a anau: u.uul worth ot Improve
ments. Send tor illustrated description of
it. Payne Investment Co., New York Life
bldg., Omaha, or liealon & Stone, Con-
trai viiy ui.u
LOOK THIS UP AT ONCE.
A modern s-room house with bath, etc,
Two lots; nice lawn; small Darn, one
block from car line. 4th and Capitol
Ave. Owner removea from cliy. Ottered
at sacrifice price of' tl.soo. ierms, J
cash, balance Sla per month. Buy this
Instead of paying rent.
BENSON & CAKMIC'HAEL, 642 Paxton
iJlock. Ht, ioi a
FOR SALE People's churoh; to be removed
trom 1Mb ana Calitornia bib. Auoress
your offer to H. S. Gates. Se. Board,
1313 Howard bt. 'Phone 3Zi. '
RE 746 D-X
KELSEY'8 wall paper, 17th and Douglas.
'fhone loos. , ao-'n
. . Full Lot,
H Block from P. O.,
with building renting for
840 a month.
THE BYRON REED CO., 213 Bo. 14th St.
CHARLES E., 120
DO ' YOU WANT TO
: SELL A FARM?
If von want to sell a farm or ranch, tell
the farmers and stockialsers about It. The
best way to reach thera t through
THE TWENTIETH .
This ' agricultural vweWy goes to 85,000
homes ot farmers and stockralsers, so If
you have a good piece of land to sell at a
reasonable price you ought to find a buyer
among mem. i ne cost or an aa is small
2 cents per word. "
THfc.TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
.- - ' ' RE 604
' HASCALL HALL
Lareetwosto'rv builJinir, .160x00 feet, 1923
27 So. 13th street, This buildinz is suit
able for manufacturing or warehouse
purposes. Substantially built Cost
40,000. Will sell with ground 120 feet
square at a very low figure.
13,000 Two-story frame store building, with
flat above; 104) Douglas at.; lot 22x
132. ' .
11,200 Two frame cottage a, 2813 and 2816 N.
ium ave.; lot tuu.
The Omaha Realty. Company.
1301 Douglas Street (Upstairs).
J RE M816
WE OFFER till sold 6-room all modern
cottage, beautiful' oak finish downstairs,
full cemented cellar, good furnace, porce
lain batb, gas, sewerage, etc.; full eas
front lot on N. Boulevard (no paving tax
street cared for by the Park board); house
built for a home, but owner compelled to
make a change. ACT QUICKLY. WE
CAN ONLY SELL, TO .ONE. Several
peraons disappointed last week In not
getting the brick house we advertised,
Purchaser of that says he would not take
1,000 for his bargain.' ACT QUICKLY.
, HARRISON ft MORTON.
- RE M816 29
HARRISON ft MORTON
Advertise a special bargain In today'
papers. HEAD TH.E1H AD. Then tele
phone 814 or call at ill N. Y. Lite. ACT
QUICKLY. RE M817 2
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
GREGG B. H.. Touch T. W Bus. Branches,
Teieg. Cat. (res. om. com. col., l ft uoug.
A. C. VAN 8ANT 8 school. 717 N.
BOYLES college, court reporter principal.
NEB. Business ft Shorthand College. Boyd'
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
BT1LLMAN ft PRICE, U. S. NT Bbv Bid.
NEB. COLLECTION CO.. 806 N. Y. Life.
NEW BNOW-CHURCH CO., 401-408 N. T.
Life bldg., attorneys ana collectors every
LOST, between 26th and Dodge and 26th
and Harney streets, two stiver meaais
and a small gold turquoise pin with three
pearls. Finder please return to Bee office
and receive reward. Lost 906 80
LOST or stolen, near Elmwood park, red,
roan cow. itewara. eee Jr. turner, a
and Center Sis. Lost 9u9 29
LOST. Wednesday evening, westbound on
Omaha and council uiuna car, laay a gray
leather wrist bag, monogram M, con
taining money, white gloves, veil and
handkerchief; reward for return. Bee
office. Council Blurts. Lost M&23 8V
P. MELCHOIR. 13th and , Howard, ma-
chlnia t si.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Wka. makes a spe
cialty of hr. escapes, shutters, doors snd
safes. G. Andrecn, Prop., 14 Bo. loth St.
WATERS PRINTING COMPANY.
Llnatyp Composition. ill So. 13th.
ANTI-MONOPOLT GARBAGE CO., cl.arui
cesspools and vaults, removes gsroagw
and dead animals at reduced prices. :i
N lth Tel. l-T.
WANTED, 1W yards of dirt hatild to tb
avenue and Farnam. can soon at txx n,
Y. Life Building. 7M
H. 1. COWGILL N fees unless sitcceH-
fuu III B. ma si., omana. iei.
Derlght, 1111 Farnam.
GOLD, silver and nickel plating.
Plating Co., Bee Bid. Tel. 2535.
O. R. GILBERT CO., tanner., 1424 & luth.
GID. E. & ALICE JOHNSON, osteopaths.
Suite 615. N. T. Life Bldg. Tel. 1964. ,
Mr. Qraoe Deegsn, 638 Be Bldg. Tel. I9SB.
TRtJtltS AND BAGOAQB.
TWIN CITT EXP. Fbon. 1717.
. 604 B. tilth.
THE DEPOT on time. I M K.
BULBS, cut flowers and plants. Hendsr
. .on. Tel. 12S8, 1519 Farnam St, Omaba. .
OMAHA 8 team Laundry; nhlrts, cj collars,
1c; cuffs. 4c 1760 Leavenworth. Tel. A-17S3.
CAPT. THOS. CORMICK, private detective,
617 Karbach block. Telephone A-2832. .
GOLDMAN Pleating Co., Room K, Doug
las illOCK. '
1 ' '
THEO. LIEUEN. 1018
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; all business connaenuai. iwiuounia
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., Ill North 16th.
CUT RATE railroad tickets everywhere.
P. 11. Fnllbin, low earnam. raunemt.
ppivatk lessons In bookkeeping, etc
G. R. Rathbun, Room u, com I iNac Dana.
TITOS. DURKIN. electrio
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn. 430 Ramge Bldg.
.. .. KB
LADIES' JACKETS made, altered and re
modeled. Joe lousen. ,14U i trnin bi.
CARPENTERS AND JOINERS.'
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
promptly attended to. J. i. ocniuree,
2uth and Lake streeu. ' i
J. E. WALLACE, 60S S, 13lh It.
(Should be read DAILY by all Interested.
as chanaes may occur at any time.)
Foreign mans lor the week, ending No
vember 29, 1902, will close tPROMPTLY in
all cascj) at the general postofflce aa fol
lows: pakckcb runr mailh ciose ons
hour earlier than closing time shown be
low. Parcels Post malls for Germany close
t 4 p. m. Wednesday, per s. s. CTedenck
Resular and supplementary malls close
at foreign station half hour later than clos
ing time shown oeiow texcept mat supple
mentary mulls for Europe and Central
America, via Colcn, close on. hour later at
BATURDAY-At 7:89 a. m. for NETHER-
. LANDS direct, per s. s. PoUdam (mall
must be directed "per s. s. Potsdam");
at K a. m. tor BEUJiLM direct, per s. s.
Kroonland tmail must be directed "per
a. s. Kroonland"); at 9:30 a. m. for SCOT
LAND direct, per a. s. Astoria (mall must
be directed "per s. s. Astoria"); st 10:30
a. m. (supplementary 13 m i for EU
. ROPE, per s. a. Etruria. via Queens-
town; at 12 m. ior i i ali direct, per s. s.
Aller (mall must be directed "per s.
PRINTED MATTER,' ETC. This steamer
takes printed mstter. commercial paoer.
and samples foi Germany only. The sams
class ot mall matter for other parts of j
Europe win not re sent or .ins suip un
less aieclallk directed by It.
After the closing of th. supplementary
transatlantic mails named above, addi
tional supplementary malls srs opened on
the piers of the -American,- English, i
French and German steamers. an-J remain
ipen until within ten minutes ot the hour
of sailing ot atesmer.
Malls for Sooth and Ceatral America,
West ladles, Ete.
SATURDAY At a. m. for PORTO RJCO.
CURACAO ana vnftt-iuti,. per s. s.
Philadelphia (mall for Bavanllla and Car
tagena must be directed "per s. s. Phila
delphia"); at 9:30 a. tn. (supplementary
... i . M V . I'ltWTT VI.- T d I 1 UIi T A .
MA1CA. SA VANILLA and CARTAGENA.
tr u m. Aiene una l xor v niia iuci must
be directed "per s. s. A!ene"); at 9:80
a. m. (supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for
HAITI and salvia marta, per s. s.
Ariiror.dack: at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per
s. s: Morro Castle, via Havana; at 10
a, m. fof GRENADA and TRINIDAD,
per s. s. Maraval: at 19 a. m. (or YUCA
TAN and CAMPECHE, per s. s. Daggry;
at 13 m. tor PERNAMBUCO. BANTOS
; and EAO PAULO, per s. s. British Prince
(mall for other parts of BraxU must be
directed "per s. s. British prince"); st
i? :ri n m. for CUBA, per s. s. Curltvba.
. via Matansas (ordinary mall only, which
must be directed -per s. s. curujDa y.
Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North
Hvdnev. and thenoe .br steamer, close-at
this oflics daily at 4:) p. m. (connecting
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday). Malls for Mlquelon, by rait
ta Boston, and thence by stesm.r, eloss
at this ofilca dally at 4:30 p. m. Malls for
Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Ha., and
thencs by steamer, close at' this office
dally, except Thursday, st 6:30 s. m. (the
r-.ini.ef tins- clofes are made on Mondays.
Wednesdays and Saturdays). Malls for
Mexico City, overland, unless specially
addressed for dispatch by steamer, doss
at this office dally. ecpr Sunday, at
1 JO p. m and 11:30 p. m . Sundays at T
p m. and 1140 p. m. alalia for Costa
Rica. Bellas. Puerto Cortes and letter
mail for Guatemala, by rail to New Or
Imu. and thencs by steamer, close
ana mence oy steamer, ciose st
this offloe daily, except Sunday, at 139
B. m. and U:30 p. m., Sundays at i p. a.
ana -11.OV y. w. luwiiuev . .,wa
Monriava at 1 JD l m. for He lae. Puaria
Cortes snd letter msll for Ouat.mala, and
Tuesdays at U:3A p. m. for Costa Kick).
.Registered snail close, at p. m. previous
Mall, for Crlna and Japan. M Vancouver
nd Victoria. B. A'., close Iter, dally at
. p.. m. up to November Inclusive,
for nlapatch per s. s. Empress of China
treptuXereo mall must be speclslly ad
d reused. Merchandise for IM it. Postal
Acency at Bhangnal cannot be forwarded
via Canada). . i
Malls for the Philippine Islaads. via Ban
Francisco, cle. hvit unity at 430 p. m.
up to November "M. InclualvdA tor dis
patch per U. b. Transport. i
Malls for China and Japan, Vl Seattle,
clooe h.r. dally at 4:M p. m. iip to No
vembe 2, Inclusive, lor dispatch per
a. s. Tosa Maru. ,
Mall, for Hawaii, China. Japan and Philip-
. 'in.iun. l rail M ' . ' V, . . . -ww
here dally at 4:90 p. m. up to Nerember
18, Inclusive, for dispatch per s. s Chln;.
Malls for Hawaii, via San Francisco, close
her. dally at 4:20 p. m. up to Lerember
1. Inclusive, for dispatch per .. 9 Ala
Mails for -Tahiti and Marquesas Isllnda.
via San Francisco, close here dally at
4:30 p. m. up to December L InclWklve,
for dlstatrh tier a. a. Matinosa.
Malls for China and Japan, via TacVvna.
c.iose nere gaiiy at u.m p. m. up to Le
cember Inclusive, for dispatch p ..
s. Olytnpia. it
Mails for Australia (except West A is"
trails, which goes via Europe and New
Zealand, which goes via Ban Franciseo,
and Fill Islands, via Vancouver and Vic
toria, It. C , close here dally at 4:80 p. rt.
after November Zt and up to December
inclusive, ior oispatcn per
Malls for Hawaii. Japan. China and Phi
lupine Islands, via Han Francisco, close
bere dally at 4:80 p. m. up to Decembet
inclusive, for aispatcn per . a uoric.
Malls for Auatralia (exo.pt West Auatrslla,
which Is forwarded via Enrooe) Mew Zea
land, FIJI, Samoa and llawaiL via ,tat
Francisco, close here daily at 4:80 p. m.
after Dcember 4 and up to December
18, Inolualve. for dispatch per a. .. Bt
erra. (If the Cunsrd steamer carrying
the British mall for New Zealand doea
snot arnv. in time to connect with tbls
dispatch, extra malls closlna at 6:10 a.
tn., 1:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. ; Sunday, at
4:80 a. m., 9 a, m. and 4 to p. m. wt'il be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
oi to. cunora .teamw.9
Transport (lc mall, are forwarded to port
of sailing dally and the schedule of closing
Is arrana-ed on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit. Regis
tered man closes at p. m. previous aay.
CORNELIUS VAN.COTT. Postmaster
Postofflce, New Tork. N. T... Nov. 21, 1901
COVERMENT KqTIC K.
DENVER, COLO.. NOV. 1, 1902. SEALED
proposals, in triplicate, will be received
here unUl 11 o'clock . m.. Dec. 1, 1902, and
then opened for constructing a puraphouse
at r on v.-a. iui.ikcii. iniormation fur
nished on application to Q. M., Fort D. A,
Itussell, or the undersigned.. U. S. reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
bids or any part thereof. Envelopes con
taining uias to do marked iroposais for
rumpnouse, ere. and addressed ll. col
. w. rone, c. W. Al. -6lDl-8---88-s9
NO. 2978. ' t
Report of the Condition ot the '
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
At Omaha, in the State of Nebraska, at the
r-1 .. . ...... 1 ..r ... J.
iivav vi utii3a, nuvrmucr AO,'i9VS.
Leans and discounts..
and unsecured ,
U. S. bonds to secure -
U. 8. bonds to secure
IT. 8. deposits
Premiums on U. 8.
Stocks, securities, etc.
Banking house, furni
ture and fixtures....
Other real estate
Due from national
banks (not reserve
agent.) ...8 289.693 68
Due from state banks
6,000 00 '
Due from approved
Checks "arid .. other
Exchanges .for Clear
Notes of other - na
Fractional paper cur
rency, nicaeis ana
Lawful Money Reserve
In Bank. via..
Specie 1189,111 00
der notes. lo. wo oo
849,411 00 1,486,001 71
Redemption fund with
U. 8. treasurer (6 .
fier cent of clrcula
Total . ....I
Capital stock oald in.
I 400,000 00
Undivided pronto, less
expenses and taxes
National bank note.
Due . to other . na
tional bank. ..I
Due to state banks
and bankers ...:.....
subject .to Check.... 1,671.577 08
Time .-certificates of
Cashier a checks out
United State., de
100,000 00 3.619,244 61
iotai ...i. ei.iw.ooo
State of Nebraska, County ot Douglas, ss:
I, V. B. Caldwell, cashier or the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to ine nest of my
knowledge ana belief.
v. is. LAiaJwupu cssnier.
Subscribed snd sworn tn before me this
28th day ol November, ib.
i Ol. TALSAUE.
(Seat.) . .
' M. T. BARLOW.
C. W. HAMILTON.
UNION STATION-10TH AND MAHCY.
Cbleags, Rock Island ft Paeifle.
- EAflT .
Chicago Daylight L't'd..a :u) am a 8:46, ant
Chicago Daylight Locals 7:00 am a 9:36 pm
Chicago luxpress oia:i am a e:t pm
De. Moines Express.... a 4:80 pm bll:W am
Chicago Fast Express .Jk 6:36 pm a i:26 pu
w t-a i .
Rnekv Mountain L t d. .a 1:60 bm a 4.66 am
Lincoln. Colo. Springs.
Denver, fuepio ana .
West a 1:80 pm a 6:00 pm
Colo.. Texas, Cal. and
...a 1:44 am
..-.a 1:60 ara
...a 4:26 pm
a T:8A pm
a 1:36 pm
a 4 34 pm
Tba Fast Mail
i . r '
Eastern Express v.
The Atlantic Express. .
The Colorado Special. ..a 7:10 am
Lincoln- Beatrice and
a 7:30 am
a 3:40 am
tiiromjoura Kinross. .d 4:0s Bm du:m Dm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm b 9:36 pm
"The Northwestern Une."
Fast Chicago a 3:40 am ' a 7 00 am
Mall t.... 7:60 pm a 8 30 am
Local Siojx City a 6:10 am a 3:40 pm
Daylight St. Paul a 7:36 am al0:Sx pm
Local Chicago. ...
a :w ara aii xu rm
.....al0:66 am a 6:10 pm
a 4:0t pm a 9:60 ara
.....a 4.66 pm a 4:u6 pm
a 8:10 pm a 9:20 era
a 4:10 pm a 1:16 ara
Fast Bt. Paul ,
Local Sious City.
a 8:40 pm
b 4:00 pm b 9.W am
Bt. Louis "Cannon Ball
Express a 1:56 pm a 1:20 am
Bt. Louis I.ocal. Ceun-
dl Bluffs a 9:16 am .10:80 pm
Chicago Express a 7:20 am a 1:10 pa
Chlcaau. Minneapolis ft
- St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 1:06 am
Minneapolis ft Sc Paul
Express b 7:20 am blO SS pm
Chicago Express alv:86 pm
st I filraa., Mllwaak.e ft St. PaaL
I Chicago ft Omaha Ex.. b 7:40 am b 3.40 pm
I Chicaao Limited Ex a 4:00 urn a 7:60 am
w 1 . . ,
I At, Louis Expreee alOKW am a 1:26 pm
K. C. and 8C L. Ex.....i9 60 pm a 1 11 am
AII.WAY T1MH CARDrantlnard.
IHIIMllOt STATION ItlTII ft MASON
Rarllnatoa ft Mlasoarl River.
Wymore, Beat tics and
Lincoln a 8 4o am
a .h rm
a 4:46 am
rhranka Fxprest. a 8:40 am
I'enver limited a 4:25 pm
lllsclt Htlls and Puret
Bound ;xprcsa all:10pm
a 1:10 pm
a 8:10 rm
Incoln Fast Mall b 8:10 pm a 9:17 am
rt Crook and Platts-
mouth bS.TOpm bll:oSam
Bellevue Pacific Jet. .a 7:W pm a 8:27 am
Bellevue ft raclllc Jet.. a S:tK) am
rklrisii, Rarll.arton Jk (teilnry.
Chicago Special a 7:no am a 4:W pm
hlcsso Vestlbuled EX. .a 4:t pm
A 7:30 am
hlcsgo local at Jf'sm
hlcacn Limited a 8:u6 pm
a 7:9H am
a 2:46 pm
Ka.sas City, St. Joseph A
Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 9:20 am
a 6:06 pm
PC Liouls Iyer a :io pm
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:3C pm a 4;16 am
WEBSTER DEPOT 10TH A WEBSTER
Fn1, Elkbora st Mlss.arl
Black Hllla, Deadwood,
Iesd. Hot Springs a 8:00 Dm a taoo pm
Wyoming, Casper and
. Douglas d 1:00 pm 1:00 pm
Hastings. York, David .
City, superior, ueneva,
Exeter and Be ward.... b 8:00 pro b 6:00 pm
Boneateel, Uncoln, Nio
brara and r reniont...o t:w am ciu: am
Fremont Local ,...o ": am
Ibleaa-o. St. r.aL Ml.aeapolls 4t
Vwln City Tassnger...a 6:30 am a 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passengei...a 2:00 pm all:20 am
Oakland local b 5:45 pm b 8:45 am
1 vMlasoarl I'.elflc.
Nhreka local. Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm alO:28 am
a Dally. b Dally except Sunday. d
Dally except Saturday. e Daily except
Monday, o Sunday only.
V SPECIAL NOTICE.
Resumption of trips by the Mammoth
i-opuiar iwin ocrew dlchiiicib
"Comsaoaw.alth" A "New England."
" sTenrM It o " r ft 1 t tr
From Boston Direct to
GIBRALTAR. GENOA. NAPLES,
tha New Ensland and Commonwealth will
sail through to Alexandria on the January
rd February voyages.
New England," Dec. 6; Jan. 17: Feb. 28.
Commonwealth," Jan, 8: Feb. 14; Mch. 21
Vancouver," Nov. 89, Jan. 10, Feb. 21.
Cambroman.' Dec 20, Jan. 81, March 14.
also salllnas Boston to Liverpool, Port-
and. Me., to Liverpool. For rates, book
lets etc., apply to local agent or
COMPANY'S OFFICE, 6 Dearborn St.,
SUPREME COURT SYLLABI.
Nn Btnte ex rel Blesslna- against
Davis. Quo Warranto. Judgment as prayed.
1. The United States census reports show
ing the population of a county Is not con
clusive evidence of the facts sought to be
2. Other competent evidence may be re
sorted to for the purpose of determining the
number oi innaoiiani. ot a county ai
x, 'ine nnainsr. or a reieree on qunuum
of fact have the force and effect of a ver
dict of a Jury and will be confirmed when
Upported by sufficient evidence.
i. Evidence In the caae at bar examined
and held aufflclent to support the findings of
6. Sections Z90Sa and zstsio or ine compnea
Statutes of Nebraska, 1901, are unconstitu
tional and void because tne act oy wnicn
they were sought to be enacted Into law
and Incorporated In the statutes failed to
receive on Its final passage In the bouse of
representatives a constitutional majority
ot the votes of the member, of that body.
No. 12t4. Wales against warren, ap
peal from Otoe county. Affirmed. Duffle,
C-, division No. 3.
L Subdivision 7 of section 62 of the act
entitled "An act for the organisation, gov
ernment and powers of cities of the second
Class navillK niuic man u.wv iiih.ui,bii,.,
approved March 1, 1883, make, provision for
the sitting of the city council as a board
tor paving and other speclul Improvements.
2. The tax sale certificate and receipt, for
taxes and special assessments are prima
facie evidence of the validity of the taxes
which they represent. Ure against Relch
enberg. 89 N. W. Rep., 414.
8. Where the charter of a city provide.
Vthat all street railway companies now ex
isting, or hereafter organised therein, shall
be required to pave or repave between, and
to one toot beyond their outer rails, at their
own cost," the city council had no authority
to assess the adjoining lot owner with the
cost of paving such part of the street.
No. 12722. Goldsbury against State, Error
from Nemaha. Reversed. Sullivan, C. J.
1. A motion for a change of venue In a
criminal prosecution is addressed to the
sound discretion of the trial court and un
less there has been an abuse thereof Its
ruling on the motion cannot be disturbed.
2. If from the showing made In support
of snd sgalnst the motion for a change of
venue In a criminal case there la no reason
able ground shown on which to found a
belief that the accused cannot have a fair
and Impartial trial In the county where the
offense la alleged to have been committed
It Is not error to deny such motion.
8. Held, In the case at bar, the order of
the trial couit overruling a motion tor a
change of venue Is without error.
- 4. Where defendants are accused of buy
ing and receiving stolen properly, knowing
It to be stolen, with intent to defraud the
owners thereof, It Is competent for' the
firosecutlon to offer testimony ot other al
sged receivings of stolen property closely
related In time, from one of the partle.
connected with the delivery In the orlndpal
offense charged, to? the purpose of proving
6. Where the fart, and circumstances
surrounding the collateral offenses are re
lated to and so connected with the principal
Offense charged aa to logically warrant the
Inference of guilty knowledge In receipt of
the property charged In the Information,
evidence of the collateral offenses Is com
petent snd material even though the person
from whom the proper tv was received In
the coHateral transactions was not the only
Vnel' concerned In the delivery of the prop
erty constituting tba principal offense
charred. . ... .
6. Held, in tn caae at par, as oisciosea
bv the record, the testimony relating to
other alleged receivings ot stolen property
from ons wniie, a witness onereq oy tne
state, was properly admissible in evidence
for the purpose of proving guilty knowledge
In respect ot the principal offense for which
defendants were tried.
7. The fact that the prosecution offered
direct evidence to prove guilty knowledge
as to the offense charged does not preclude
I h atata from also ofrerlno- testimony of
collateral offenses closely related In tlnie
and circumstances, for the same purpose.
4. Where an accused la on trial for buying
and receiving stolen property, knowing It
to be such, It Is competent to offer testi
mony of other alleged receivings of stolen
troperty from tne same person concerned
i the delivery In the principal offense
charged, both prior and subsequent to the
tlm or tne orrense as iaia in in. inionn
tion where such collateral transactions are
Closely . related thereto In time.
9. Where a witness tesunea ss to col
lateral transactions In which stolen prop
erty was alleged to have been delivered to
the accused; held, that testimony Incident ly
given as to the larceny of other property
not delivered to the accused was not er
roneously admitted. .
IU. Mor uoes tne tact mat gucn wiuiesa
has entered Into details of the several
transaction, whereby be claimed to havo
delivered atolen property to the defendants
at other time, than the one for which they
were being tried render the admission or
such testimony erroneous.
11. Where the evidence) of collateral of
fenses Is admitted for the purpoa. of show
ing guilty knowledge in receiving stolen
property an instruction is not erroneous
because It omits to Instruct the jury that
the receipt of stolen property In th col
lateral transaction must havo been with
knowledge that It was stolen property.
12. An Intent to defraud Is an essential
element of the crime of receiving stolen
13. It la error for the court to Instruct
the jury that they may convict the defend
ant without finding a specific fact which
constitutes one of the essential Ingredients
it .he offense, charged.
14. In th. trial of an Information charging
a felony th. presiding judge Is without
lawful authority to determine the Issue, er
any of the questions of fact involved In
the Issue. That power belongs exclusively
to the jury, regardless of the aula of th.
evidence. Th.y must be fully satisfied of
the existence of every fact constituting an
element of the crime charged and It cannot
b. assumed that they sr. ao satisfied be
cause they ought to be.
16. The law doea not. presume the exist
enoe of a fraudulent Intent from. the fart
that a party received stolen property wlllt
knowleugs ot th theft.
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