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THE OMAUA DAILY HEH: MONDAY. OCTODETl l!Ktt.
r1ll he liln aatll 12 n. far the
Mtilig edition 4 wntll K SO . MB.
far wuralaa and taaiir edition.
States, 1 1-2e a ward first lasertlen,
la a ward thereafter. Nntfclna; takea
far Iris thai Soe for tfca first laser
Iloa. These ndTerttsesaente as net be
Advertisers, ar rttala( a
fcered (ink, caa aatt answers ad
rM ta a siakerrt letter Ic rara
t Tfca Par. Aaawara a addreased will
delivered preseatatlaa at taa
HIT! ATIO9 WAJITKD.
YOUNO man wants a pine to work for
board while going to Bchool. Boylea Col
lege. Tel. WM. A M58H
WANTED By an able-bodied and energc tic
old soldier (gets no pension), permanent
employment an watchman or othr re
sponsible position not Involving extreme
manual labor; ran hiw honorable record
thlrty-flve years In Nebraska; I use
neither strong drink, strong language or
tobacco; reference for convenience to
Payne, Roatwick & Co.. 601 N. Y. Life, or
address O. E. Stearns. 1U1 S. 1!'h St.,
Omaha. A M7a2 tf
WANTED Young lady stenographer and
bookkeeper desires position; Al references.
Address F 43, Hee. A M126 7x
WASTER MALE IIF.LP.
DAY AND NIGHT.
TUDENT8 ADMITTED AT ANY TIME
NEV YORK LIFii. linsv.
BUSINESS, SHOrtl'HAND. liFEWRIT
Apply for Catalogue.
WANTED, a man to work from our wagon.
C. F. Adams He Co., 1619 Howard.
GOOD messengers wanted; first-class pay.
A. D. T. Co., 212 B. 13th. tt :ui
WANTED, first-class wood turner at once.
4od wages. Lincoln bash. Dour Mfg.
Co., Lincoln, Neb. II -iis
WANTED, two carpenters; 25c an hour.
Address Jos. Shlesiger, contractor, Yutan.
Neb. B 992
WANTED, for U. 8. army, able-bodied, un
married men, between ages of 21 and afi,
clttxens of United States, of good charac
ter and temperate habltx, who can speak,
read and write English. For Information
PPlr to recruiting officer. 16th and Dodge
is., Omaha, and Beatrice, Neb.
WANTED, 20 bricklayers; wage 5"c rer
hour. Apply vvickham Bros., count n
Bluffs. B M157 8
CORPORATION of high commercial
standing has opening for man who can
command o00 caati, as state manager;
exceptional opportunity to make big
money. Address 35 Insurance Exchange
Building, Minneapolis, Minn. B Ml.i x
MEN wanted to learn barber trade; thor
oughly practical course, free work, care
ftil Instructors; few weeks completes;
years of apprenticeship saved; wages
earned before completing, t all or write,
Moler Barber College, 1J02 Douglas St.
WANTED Thoroughly experienced bundle
wrapper. Apply 2d noor reople s store.
WANTED Upholsterers. Dewey ft Stone
Furniture Co., 1115-1117 Farnom St.
B M276 6
AN OLD line life Insurance company doing
a larce bit el news In Nebraska wants
man of experience to tnke charge of an
agency. Address t tK, nee.
WANTED Two agpnts at once: good sal
ary: city work. C. F. Adams Co.. 1618
Howard at - B-M9U2
WANTED A young woman of ability and
good address to represent us on the road;
splendid p'ace for the rtght party; call
before noon. Geo. L. Shuman A Co.. Ml
Paxton blk. B-M2X9
AOENTS wanted. Address Prairie Extract
Co.. Omaha, Neb. B M3SS ldx .
SALESMAN wanted; man who can sell now
,. proprietary article to druggtHts and make
newspaper contracts; state experience and
salary expected. The Protecto Co., Mon
mouth. III. 2E x
SALARY and oommlsplon runs from $1io to
per month; experience and references
required; nice line to handle. Address
P 61. care Bee. MSM
WASTED FEMALE HELP.
100 Girls. Call Canadian office, loth A Dodge.
WANTED Immediately, 50 sewing machine
operators In horse blanket department
of Bemta Omaha Bag Co. C MS-
WANTED Cook and second gtrl; third
house south of Country club. C bil
WANTED, good girl for general housework,
only two In family; six blocks from P. O. ;
first-class wages; permanent place to re
liable girl. Address P 3D. Bee. C 113 8 X
tOCNQ girl to assist In homework: no
washing; two In family. 201V Bristol St.
GIRL to assist at general housework. En
quire 127 8. 2jth St. C Mll
WANTED, first-class ladies'
Morris. 14 Farnam.
WANTED, experienced girl for peneral
nuuKwtn a, Biiiuu liimny; gooq wages; ref
erauua required, ilu; Douglas St.
WANTED, woman for general housework
In family of four; no children. . N.
ninaiia. Arungiun, .mu. C M179 I
WANTED, ladles to learn halrdreitslng
manicuring or facial massage; wonderful
demand for graduate; wages 1d to IIS
wreai) , Dtisy season now; can earn x
pensee before completing. Call or write
Moler College, lioZ Douglas St.
C MU9 9x
WANTED A good cook. Mr. E. A.
-Cudahy. J7th and Uewey Ave. C l.k6 5
AGENTS wanted for household necessity,
Addresa Prairie Extract Co., Omjiha. Neo,
C MJNI lux
1 17. bee.
In. families. Addreax
FOR RE.T HOlkES.
linilQPQ n " rrt of the city. R.
. .wwww c. Peters at Co.. Leo Bldg.
Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
HOI IF5 m a" P""1 o' he city. Tht
"WUJLJ O. F. Da via Co., us Bcb Blag,
TO MOVE right
Co., office luilSs
get Omaha Van Storage
t uruittu, or tela. i.w-u.
lOMFLETE 10-room modern house and
oarn. aji r"aik Ave. F. D. Wead. 16;,
ixiugias su Li 911
rtiR RENT, ten-room house, modern, and
arn, iu West Farnam district. Win. K
'oitrr, Kec, No. 4 Brown Blk.
rOR RENT, -room house. 2TJ Wmilworth
Ave., i.o per montn; ioaelon riven tic
tober 17. Apply to Mel L'hl. cjre Daily
onicc. l m 'jy , tt
NICE (-room modern. Tel. D lt4
KENT, double modern house In
Kounue I'Uce; suitable for two families.
t3uuu. Thuwaa Breunau, B. 13:h st.
D Miju T
PAYNE-BOSTWICK A CO, chol.- houses,
cl-toi New Yorii, Lite Bldg. 'Fuor.e l"lo.
WE MOVE flan.,
age Co., Tel. HM.
Maggard Van & Btor
Othc. 1711 Wel ater at
SIX-ROOM modern cottage, close In. to rent
tor 1. wwiier f .j nit-fu J. i.w i r 11.01,111.
tlariLaoa as Mmim, JHt-iS t.. V Life. 1.1.
for nr.tr-FiRMimn ROOMS.
AETNA HOUSE. European, 13th
NICELY furnished rooms. Inquire Omaha
Steam Launorv, 17.) Leavenworth, 'phone
A-173. E 913
O. M. E. hauls trunks.
DEWEY European hotel
13th and Fnrnnm.
ROYAL HOTEL, European,
NICELY furnished rooms.
1903 Capitol Ave.
Nice rooms, day, week or mo.
NICK, modern, newly furnished, well
heated. 2221 Leavenworth. E MK28
LARGE south front room.
E M 183 9x
NICELY furnish-d! room In strictly private
family; all molern conveniences; gentle
man prcfTred. 2fl9 Jones si. t'none
FZa. H 187 5x
NICELY furnished r-om: private family;
gentleman 2221 Biirt E M39I Vlx
FURNISHED ROOM" ASH HOARD.
THE ROSE, 2T20 Harney; rooms and board.
lso meal tickets. F M723 6
room and board. $1 week.
'Phone F-fJtl. F 119 6x
GOOD board for gentleman and wife and
uce of neatly furnished cottage. 2'Z 3.
?h Ave. F Ml 06
FOR IIET I MM HMSHKIJ ROOMS.
TWO or three, beautiful modorn rooms
newly papered; very light housekeeping.
ror parties without children; board lr de
sired. H25 N. 17th. O M Stt
Plerson & Lundberg, 115 8. 17th. Tel. L-2358.
H "1 f
FOR HF.r STOKES AMI OFFICES.
FOR RENT-Iluildlng suitable for whole
sale purposes at Kli Farnam, 22x90, tour
stories and nrse-cluss cemented basement.
elevator, lire and burglar proof vault, of
fice counter and nxtuies. ror price I'liu
PairticulHrs Inquire C. C. Rusewater, sec
retary the Bee Building Co., room 1W, lleo
building. I Miii
FOR RENT The building formerly occu-
i l ! by The Bee at V16 Farnam st. It has
four stories and a basement, which was
formerly used bv The Bee press room.
'I his will be rented very reasonably. If
interested apply at office of C. C. Rose-
water, secretary, room X'.v Bee building.
THE spacious store room on Farnam street
In the Bee building, formerly occupied by
MacCarthy Tailoring Co., to lease on rea
sonable, terms. Rent Includes janitor serv
ice, electric light and heat, inquire K u.
Peters & Co., ground Moor, Bee building.
J-STORY and basement, 22x100; 1006 Farnam
st. Inquire 314 Firt. Nat l Bank Bldg.
I Ml 52
WANTED Canvassing agents In every
rountv to solicit subscriptions to THE
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Steady employment with assured good In
come. Agents In the country with horse
and buggy especially desired. Canvassers
make easily K0 to tl"0 per month. Ad
dress Century Farmer Solicitors' Bureau,
iiee Duilding, Omaha. JiLi
AGENTS for our flavoring extracts. Ad
dress Prairie Extract Co., Omaha. Neb,
WASTED TO REST.
6 TO 8 rooms, modern, bath and furnace,
paved street; only man and wife. 'Phone
1.80. K 1
WANTED Board and two rooms for fam
lly of three, all adults, must be close ln
Address P 44. Bee office. K 142
WANTED, to rent, by Nov. 1, modern
houso or flat of b or s rooms, near good
car line. Address P 66, Bee Office.
!C M31 B
WASTED TO BIY.
DON'T give your furniture and carpets
away. J. Levlne pays the highest cash
price. 36 Noith 16th St. N M2S1 16
FOR SALE FURNITURE.
FULL line of hard coal stoves now on sale.
Chicago b urnlture Co., 1410 Dodge St.
Furniture, consisting of parlor, dining,
bedroom, leather library furniture,
leather couch, easy chairs, rookwood par
lor tables, odd chairs, roexcra. mahogany
bookcase, writing desk, mantle mirrors,
clocks, pictures, imported bric-a-brac, oil
paintings, rugs, lace curtains, brass beds,
mahogany dressers, chiffoniers; also fine
upright piano. These goods must tie seen
to ie appreciated. Sell separately; call
at 138 N. 3th avenue. O M27S lt'x
BEDROOM sets, dining room and kitchen
furniture for sale. 2b. Dewey Ave. Call
between 9 and 12 a. m. O 181 ix
FOH SALE HORSES, WAGONS, ETC.
MONROE sells pleasure vehicles at 811 N.
16th St. A' 1
HARRY FROST'S Carriage and Wagon
Works la un corner of ltin and Leaven
worth. P 9-u
COCPK-ROCKAWAY In excellent condi
tion at great bargain. At Collins stable.
P M271 8
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE. Southwick hay press and
power, cheap. A. H. Read, Council Bluffs,
la. Q Mala
FOR SALE, secondhand locomobile, in
Urat-cluea shape, at one-half prica. Call
or address, lui Farnam St. y t2l
IRON tt wire fences, tree guards, trellises.
Western Anchor Fence Co., 21 N. 17tn St.
CATALOGUE cut drug prices free. Sher
man ac McCounell Drug Co., Omaha.
NEW and Sdhand typewriters. 1119 Farnam.
SECONDHAND billiard and pool tables:
billiard tables repaired; a large sock of
cheap bar fixtures, cigar counters, etc.
Kruusmlck-Balke Cullender Co , t7-9
S. lUth St.
AT BARKER HOTEL, OMAHA: Passenger
eievaior, i-v-in. uxors and windows, ra
(iiatora. plumbing, marble tile, lath. 2xl's
It irgalna. Q M.02 6x
INDIAN goods and relics. 1119
FOR BALE-Several scholarships In a first-
.las standard kchoul in Omaha, compris
ing complete courss in bu'lness, tiTt
h:md and typewriting, lnqulr at Res
FOR SALE Coal business. CailUl required
I2.uw.uu. J SI, Bee. '
TELEPHONE POLES; long fir timber!
vmcaeu tence; uaa piling, wji uougla
ICE for sale In carload lots.
Lincoln Ice Co., Lincoln, Neb.
FOR SALE Crane hydraulic elevator; can
os um eiiner passenger or ireignt: com
pieie; iron gul.ie posts, cage and wire en.
closure. J. L. Bramlei A Son. y iM
lu PAIR fancy pigeons; M different kinds.
rra Bciioenuii;, 3017 s. loth St.
:DHAND safe cheap. Deright, lilt Farnam
SPECIAL sale of talking machines during
Carnival week at CoilTns Piano C, 11J
d. t.tn st. v 1357 10
COLLINS PIANO Co, 113 8. 17th t . the
one price music company. y M354 l'
FOR SALE-Set "Messages and Papers of
the President:" half morocco; term
esv. 20t hi Mary s avenue. Q 12u kx
MRS CARhlE SMITH. SOVEREIGN
LADY ul'EKN of clairvoants; every.
, ttuitg Uu4. li. pienaut ami future bat
Ihfacliou vr no p. sui N. lkiu. Im
MME. LUCRETIA. medium.
OTI.MER, PALMIST Removed to 715 N.
Z3d. Take No. 15th St.. ear. get orr at Z3d
and Cuming, walk blocks south.
MME. SMITH, baths, 118 N. IS,
2d floor, r. I.
MAGNETIC PILE KILLER.
At druggists fl.
PRIVATE home during confinement:
babies adopted. The Good Samaritan
Sanitarium, 718 1st Ave., Council Bluffs,
la. ' U-1SW
PRIVATE hospital before and during con
finement; nesi tneaicai care ana nursing.
Mrs. L. Fisher, 15til Vinton. Tel. l&vs.
WE RENT sewing machines at 7oc per
week. U Der month; we repair and sell
parts for every machine manufactured
secondhand machines. 9.1 to 110; second
hand machines from $1 to 110. Neb. Cycle
Co., 15th and Harney. L 837
PRIVATE Sanitarium for ladies before and
a iring conltnement. Dr. and Mrs. Oerlscn
Stia California U Terms reasonable.
DR. PRIES treats successfully all diseases
and Irregularities of women troin any
cause; experienced and reliable. 1513
Dodge at., Arlington block. Omaha.
PRIVATE hospital during confinement;
bebles adopted. Mrs. Gardels, 24 Lake.
Tel. Red-ISM. U 940
BOSTON Umbrella Mfg., e6 8. 16. Tel. 1617.
Umbrellas, parasols re-covered, repaired
or made. L Ml
ANY disease cured by medicine bought of
me. Prof. Johnson, P. O. Box 149. Omaha.
, U 605 llx
$2 TUNING, piano or organ repairing. Per.
neid piano Co., I wee mag. i. fc.o ax
D. A. MORRISON Is wanted at the bedside
of his father, R. J. Morrison, who Is very
sick at Fullerton, Neb.
SUPERFLUOUS hair, warts and moles
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
guaranteed. Miss Allender, 422 N. Y. L.
U M263 lOx
346 Bee building,
IT 18 NOT the band that makes the music,
but the new Universal Zonophone that
Is now playing at the Collins Piano Co.'s,
one-half block north of the Carnival en
trance. The One Price Music House.
U M3")8 10
HOMEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE.
WANTED, city loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Bmlth & Co., 13-0 Farnam 8L
FARM and city loans, low rates. W H.
Thomas, First Natl Bank Bldg. TeLlM8.
PRIVATE money. Sherwood, 937 N. T. Life.
WANTED, real estate loana and warrant.
R. C. Petera & Co.. Bee Bldg. W-945
FIVE PER CENT loans.
Garvin Bros., 1604
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1520 Douglas.
4 TO 5 P. C. money, Bemis,
MONEY" to loan for building purpose. W.
11. Thomas, First Nat l BunkbMg
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS.
NOT IN THE TRUST.
MONEY ANT AMOUNT
Loaned to saluried employes h"''""- per
manent positions on their PLAIN NOTE,
without MORTGAGE ENDt)RSE5,r
CI HITY of any kind, without EMPLOY
ER S knowledge.
We iilso loan money on Furniture, Pianos,
etc , without removal of goods. You have
use of both money and goods.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING
To call and be convinced that our rate are
the cheapest In Omaha. , ,
We Want your business and believe an In
vestigation of our methods will get It
even If at present you are dealing else
where! - KIND, COURTEOUS TREAT
MENT to all. Our offices are tha best
equipped to handle your business with
privacy of any in the city. Come In and
Bee us, whether you borrow or not.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
Room 807-30 Paxton Blk. Rooms 30708.
Rut evnlAtns our methods.
We loan on furniture, pianos, warehouse
receipts, etc. Or if you have a permanent
position we can mane yuu
without security, except your own agree
m.m lo reiittv. Our service is uulck and
conttdentlal and we always try to please.
All that we asK is inai you give us a uu
before you borrow elsewhere.
OMAHA MUMTUAUIS J.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. 12.
Established 1892). 306 8. 16lh St.
MONEY LOANED ON
FURNITURE. PIANOS. LIVE STOCK.
Low rates and easy terms.
Try us if you want to save money.
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.,
623 Paxton Block. 16th and Farnam Sta.
LARGEST BUSINESS IN LOANS TO
SALARIED FEort-t;, roercnains, team
sters, boarding houses, etc., without se
curity: easiest terms; 40 offices in prin
cipal cities. Tolman, 440 Board of Trade
MONEY loaned on plain note to salaried
people; business connaenuaj; lowest raiea.
614 Paxton block. The J.. A. Hutton Co.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture. Jew
elry, horses, cows etc. c. r . neea, am b. ij.
CHATTEL, salary and Jewelry loans Foley
Loan o.. K . Barker mm. jv z.j
I.E. good grocery and butcher's fix
Including lea box. incjuire 2T.J Far
FOR SALE, fifty shares of a $'-5.ouO Na
tional bank in central iseoraska town
Stock pa) a 4 per cert aeml-annually and
is a sife conservative Investment. Ad'
dress P 88. Bee. Y-M996
FOR SALE, an old established llouor bust
resa i barrel house); good trade, old loca
tion. Owner has other interests. Address
P 28, Be. Y-M821 26
FOR SALE, furniture and four (4) year
lease. Hotel Charter'. Alliance. Net. The
Charters is a forty ') room brick hotel,
rity water and electric lights, is In good
repair and well furnished. Owners want
to get out of the hotel business, ""or fur
ther lnformstton address Hotel Charters,
AlUance. Neb. Y-879
WHEN you want to buy. aell or exchange
-iny property or businefcs uulck. see J H.
Johnson, fcft N Y. Life. Y-9.-8
A 8PLEND1D opportunity for a good
huailer; a half inlerent In a good lively
business, consisting of dry goods,' gro
ceries and nice stock r-f notlona; takes
$.' 'J. will take half cash and half trade:
doing a nice paying busineas. but other
business requires my attention: $.(0 pop
ulation. Addresa A. Anderson. A tin rule
Iowa. Y-M178 tx
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
RANCH and farm lands for sale by the
I niou Pacific Railroad eomnany. If. A
MeAilester. laod commi?iott-r. t nion
k Pacific Headquarters, -unuOia, Netv
ADS PAY BEST
REACH TWICE AS MANY READERS.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE,
FARMS FOR SALE
155 ACHES AT 50 AN ACRE, OR,W50
This farm Is known as the Potter farm and
Is located In Dakota county. Nebraska,
two and one-half miles southeast of the
town of Homer and about fifteen mile
from Slonx City About PO acres under
cultivation, balance pasture. Good six
room house, with large stone cellar; barn
44x46 feet. Double torncrlb. about 24x18
feet. Improvements Worth over i2.0 have
Just been repaired and put in flrst-cl.iss
condition st an expense of several hun
dred dollars. Fine bearing orchard, out
of which over 8M0 worth of apples have
already been sold this fall. Electric car
line now being built from Sioux City to
800 ACRE FARM FOR $8,800.
Dawson co.inty, Nebraska, three miles
north of Farnnm, on B. & M. R. R.. and
IS miles south of Gothenburg. "on U. P. R.
, R. 20 acres under cultivation, balance
pasture and hay land, fenced. House,
barn, granary, corncrlb. well and wind
mill, with water piped to feed lots,
thanks. Cash return last year over !2.().
Farm lays well and fVi acres could be
cultivated If denlred. This plitVe Is In
good farming country and well worth
160 ACRES THREE MILLS SOUTH
EAST OF GRETNA, f 65 AN ACRE.
This farm Is lr one of the most desirable
locations In Sarpy county. It Is unim
proved, but Is in very high state of culti
vation and nil lays well. Possession of
this farm can be given March 1 next.
106 2-3 ACRES AT $75 AN ACRE, OR
This farm Is located about 10 miles north
west of Omaha; is practically all under
cultivation and fenced, but has no build-
120BACRES AT $50 AN ACRE OR $6,000
This farm Is five and one-half miles south
of Gretna, In Sarpy county, and about
thirty miles southwest of Omaha. Land
most all tind'T cultivation and has fair
140 ACRES FOR $14,000.
This fsrm is located one mile east of
Pc.plllion. In Sarpy county, and about ten
mllen southwest of Omaha. Good 8-room
house, barn, corn crib and all Improve
ments In arood condition. A fine farm and
practically all under cultivation except
237 1-2 ACRES FOR H21.375.
This farm Is only six miles south of South
Omaha, is imstly level and well Improved
and largely under cultivation. This Is one
of the many very good farms In Sarpy
comity and worth investigation if you
want a farm near Omaha.
75 ACRES FOR 60 AN ACRE
This farm Is eight miles south of South
Omaha, is fairly well Improved and about
half under cultivation. A small farm near
Omaha at a riasonble price .
160 ACRES FOR $13,500.
This farm Is located one and one-half mllea
northeast of Gretna, and about twenty
five miles southwest of Omaha. It la
mostly level and all under cultivation ex
cept ten acres. Farm has good Improve
ments, la fenced and cross fenced.
127.63 ACRES 45 PER ACRE
This farm ta located six miles south of
Gretna In Sarpy county, and about thirty
miles southwest of Omaha. Has good Im
provements and is -mostly under cultiva
tion. A good farm at very reasonable
For further information call on or address
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
1601 FARNAM ST, OMAHA, OR
417 N. 25 1 H ST., SO. OMAHA.
RE M302 7
GRAIN AND STOCK FARM FOR SALE
1.8U0 acres deeded land, 600 acres In culti
vation; six-room frame house; frame barn,
40x60 feet; granary in barn for S.jiiu
bushels grain; corn crib, 14x32 feet; also
one 8x32 feet; granary, 12x32 feet. Fine
black loam soil; good grass land and good
farm land. Only five miles east of
Anaelmo, Nebraska, adjoining Victoria
Creek, one of the earliest settlements In
Custer county. Price, $22,5o0; Ift.Ouo cash,
balance to suit purchaser. We will accept
one-third to one-half of purchase pries
of this ranch In farm lands located in
central or eastern Nebraska or western
Iowa. WILLIS CADWELL. BROKEN
BOW, NEB. RE 168 11
ELEGANT home and farm of S25 acres
Joining Rennet, Neb. Address Box 136,
Bennet, Neb. KE M&36 Ot
SPLENDID Platte Valley sugar-beet and
alfalfa farm of 160 acres at S20 00 per
acre, $3,200, to trade for house and lot In
Omaha. See us quick. Payne Investment
company. Main fl. N. Y. Life Bldg.
RE M13S ' 7.
FOR BALE Modern house of 7 rooms. In
quire 613 So. 19th. RE M31S 10
DESIRABLE HOUSES FOR SALE.
New 8-room modern house, fronting
Browneli Hall, one of the most attractive
residence locations in city. House is mod
ern In every respect, best of construction,
hot water heat, electric light, fine yard,
cement walks. Property coat over $6.OUI.o0
less than two years ago.
Near High School, 8-room modern house,
corner lot. Place Is in first-class condition.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Farnam at.
RE M151 t
For One Week Only
I will offer du the most beautifully lo
cated acre property Just eaat of Benson,
rtght across the street from the Orphan
age. Lays high and sightly, overlooking
Benson ana wuniu a uiuck or mock and
one-half of the suret car. for S3UI.00 per
acre. Please Investigate this immediately,
as I have only a few days in which to
sell this property.
J. A. LOVGREN.
436-27 Paxton Block.
RE M325 I
SEVERAL BIG BARGAINS
2560 acres Platte valley, Lincoln Co., only
1440 acres Lincoln Co.; table ranch. Only
12 50 per acre.
$732 acres Platte valley, on U. P. Ry. Only
b0 acres Platte valley, on U. P. Ry. Only
BEND FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
Main Floor New York Ufa Bldg.
RE M12I 7
Cis- Williamson Co., B'an8,,
THE RIGHT PLACE FOR THE RIGHT
MAN. A nice, beautiful building of
twenty-six rooms in a well-located lo
cality in Bouth Omaha, where they are
doing the business. Will be offrred on
the market lor one week at a very low
rice. Party will lake cottage In Omaha
art payment. House has got the
water heat system and Is entirely
equipped for boarding purposes and
could have a saloon In connection.
J. A. LOVGREN.
46-87 Pax ton Block.
RE M324 7
HOUSES and lots in all parts of city; also
sere property ana farm lanaa. j ne u. r ,
Davis Cc, Room suf. Bee bldg. RE 960
A COMFORTABLE home for sale. If you
are looking for a nice pleasant place at a
bargain let me show you a (-room Cot
tage, modern except furnace, on paved
urri, r.Kiii yuu iu li. m . . .H-on
m Bee Rldg RE M W
DRESS CtTTINQ SCHOOLS.
WHILE in the city DON't FORGET to
VlSiT the Standard Garment I'uttlrur
College, 627 Paxton Blk. ao2 Go
EXPERT AM OI NTAST.
G R. RATH BUN. room 15. Com I Nit I
Bank, private U;aoi in bwokkeep ng etc
SHARPENED. P. Melcholf, Howard.
HESS ft SWOBODA. 1115 Farnam
L. HENDERSON, florist,
GOLD AND SILVER PL ATI ML
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee Bldg.
OMAHA PLATING CO., Bee bldg. Tel. 2M5.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO.. cleans
cesepools and vaults, removes garbage
and dead animals at reduced prices. 621
N Kth. Tel 1T7!. S
LAW AND COLLECTIONS.
8TILLMAN A PRICE, 410 1st Nat. Bk. bldg.
NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO.. 1st floor N. Y.
Life bldg., attorneys and collectors every
J. M. MACFARLAND, J19 N.
Y. L. Bldg.
59! Oct 22
P. Melcholr. 13th & Howard.
C. R. HEFLIN, 31 N. 16th St.
LOST ladles' gold watch marked with
monogram M. R. M. on one side and
1S99 on other side; black guard with gold
seal attached, monogiam on seal M. K. M
Please return to mayor's office city halt
and receive $100 reward. Lost M 799
LOST Evening of Bept. i. oft corner 12th
and Harney, a pair of gold-rimmed spec
tacles. In Itather case. Return to 611 So.
lltli at. and receive reward. Lost M156
PARTY finding ladles steel gray Jacket
carnival grounds Saturday night return to
1622 Capitol ave.; rewaid. Lost mjdo ax
ON CARNIVAL grounds, Saturday even
ing, small morocco hand-bag containing
about $1.50; finder may keep money and
return bag to Ritchart hotel, Siuth
Omaha, or telephone 723. Lost M3S5 6x
LADY'S pocketbook on Farnam or Park
avenue line; reward on return to 12-7 8.
Kth St., or tel. 1037. Iaist M:tX4 5x
LIQUOR HABIT cured in three days. Pay
' when cured. . No hypodermics. W rite for
circulars. Gatlln Institute, 220 S. 14th.
THOS. J. KELLY, voice.
E. D. KECK, Voice Teacher, Davldge bldg.
LETOVSKY'S ORCHESTRA. Tel.
Johnson Institute, lis N. Y. Life Bldg. T. 1664
Tha Hunt Infirmary, McCague Bldg. T. 2352.
Atxen & Far-well, Paxton Blk., 6)4-7.
DRS. FINCH ft MILLER, 124 8.
DR. GRACE DEEQAN. 832 N. Y. Life. Tel.
H. J. COWGILLNo fee unless successful,
318 8. 15th St., Omaha. Tel. 1788. 981
PATENTS Sues & Co., Omaha, Neb. Il
lustrated patent book free. Tel. 1623.
EAGLE Loan Office. Reliable, accommodat
ing; all business confidential. 1301 Douglas.
OMAHA Florence Sanitorlum. 'Phone Red
2824; 1 blk. w. of car line. City 'phone. 1192.
M 820 26
OM. Van Stor. Co.. 151IV4 Fam. Tela. 15:9 2
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'S school. 717 N.
NEB. Business & Shorthand College. Bovd's
l neater. Boa
STAMMERING AND STUTTERING.
CURED. Julia Vaughn, 420
CUT RATE railroad tickets everybody.
P. II. Phllblr., 1505 Farnam. 'I'hone 7,4-
Q. E. KOCH, 24th and Maple.
ANTI-MONOPOLY GARBAGE CO., cleans
cesspools and vaults, removes garbage
and aead animals at reduced price. 6.
N. 16ih. Tel. 1779. 972
OLD hats made new. lumser
practical halters, 207 N. 17th Si.
J. M. MACFARLAND, 319 N.
Y. L. Bldg.
GOLDMAN. J0 Douglas block.
BARGAINS In bicycles; second-hand
wheels ana up; see Fltscher, 1622 Capt
tol A vs. M 828 8
OMAHA Hay Bale Tie Co., 811 North Kth.
CARPENTERS AKD JOINERS.
ALL kinds of carpenter work and repairing
pruiut'iiy aueiiucu iu. 4. i. uLniuree,
Jul a and Lake Sta. J7u
CHAMBERS' adult beginmr now forming
i utfciuya ana Baiuruuys. p. ra.. com
meucing uciuoer 22. private lessons any
lime, l.tn ana Lxmgias. iim.e phone
After October IS. 2424 Farnam St
Chambers' children s cLtas Wednesdays,
p. m . iuraa, I p. m., commcuic n
FIRNISHF.D HOlSES FOR RENT.
AN ELEGANTLY furnished 6-room house
quite cb'e in. with bath, hot and cold
water, gas, fu'nsce. hard co.il all In (r
winter, furniture less than one vear old,
beautiful . piano, everything comfoi tal l,4,
to rent until May 1. 1H. at .. ar
month. Tenant to buy the conl now In
cellar. Owner Is breaking up housekeep
ing on account of vj,-kncsa in family.
PAYNE, P.OSTWM K A- Co.
fM-2-3 New York Life Bull. ling.
DR. ROY, looms 2-3. l.V Farnam
Tel T. CORMACK. 617 Karbach block.
KEISTKR B Isdles' Tailoring College. 17')5
Cuming St. Write for booklet. 9o
(Should be read DAILY by ail interealed,
as changes may occur at uny time.)
Foreign mailx for the week ending Octo
ber I", iintl. will do.. tPHOMPILY In
all cases al the General PoMofllce as fol
lows: FARCELS-PuST MAILS close one
hour earlier than closing time shown be
low. I'arcels-Post Malls for Germany close
at 5 p. m. Monday, Wednesday and Fr'day.
Regular and Supplementary malls close
at lorelgn Station half hour later than
closing time shown below textert that Sup
plementary Mails for Europe and CentrHl
America, via Colon, tin? c;.e nuur later at
TUESDAY At 8:20 a. m. for ITALY direct,
per s. S. Nord America (mull must be di
rected "per s. s. Nord America"); at 12.30
p. m. (supplementary 2 p. m ) for
EUROPE, per s. s. Kronprinx Wllhclm,
via Plymouth. Cherbourg un.i Bremen.
WEDNESDAY At 6:30 a. m. for EURdPE.
per s. s. New York, via Southampton; nt
7:30 a. in. for NETHERLANDS direct, per
a. s. Rotterdum (mail must le directed
"per s. s. Rotterdam"!: nt :3n :. m. (sup
plementary 10 a m l f r EUROPE, per s.s.
ijermnnlc. via (Jucenstown.
THURSDAY At 6 :i a. til. for EUROPE,
per s. s. Fuerst Bismarck, via Plymouth.
Cherbourg and Hamburg imnil for France
must be directed 'per s. h. Fuerst Bis
marck"); at 7 a. m. tor FRANCE. SWIT
ZERLAND, ITALY. SPAIN. PORTUGAL.
TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE. BRITISH
INDIA and liDRKSZl) MARQUEZ. per
s. s. La Tourulne, via Havre (mall for
other psirts of Europe must be directed
"per a. s. La Touralne").
FRIDAY At 6:3o p. in. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. s. ancouver, from Boa
ton. SATURDAY At 4.30 a m. for EUROPE.
per s. a. Etrurla. i:i (Jucenstown; nt
a. m. for BELGIUM direct, per s. s. Fin
land (mall must be directed "per m. b. Fin
land"): at S:3o a. m. for ITALY direct, per
s. s. llohenxollern (mail must be directed
"per s. s. Hohenzollern"): at 8:30 a. m.
(supplementary 10 a. m l for EUROPE, per
a. s. Kaiserin Maria i neresia, via Plym
outh. Cherbourg and Bremen; at 9:30 a.m.
for SCOTLAND direct, per s. s. Anchorla
(mall must be directed "per s. a.
PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-Thls steamer
takes printed matter, commercial papers
and samples for Germany only. The same
class of mall matter for other parts of
Europe will not be sent by this ship un
less specially directed by her
After the cloclr. of the Supplementary
Transatlantic Malls named above, addi
tional Supplementary Malls are opened on
the piers of the American, English,
French and German steamers, and remain
open until within Ten Minutes of the hour
of sailing of steamer.
Malls for South and Cealral America,
West ladles, Etc.
MONDAY At 10 a. m. for PRAZIL. per s s.
Tennyson, via I'ernambuco. Bahla. Klo
Janeiro and Suntos (mall for Northern
Brazil, Argentine, Uruguay and Paraguay
must be directed "per s. a. Tennyson"): at
1 p. m. for GUADELOUPE, MARTI
NIQUE. BRITISH. DUTCH and FRENCH
GUIANA, per s. s. Talisman.
TUESDAY At 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA (ex
cept Costa Rica) and SOUTH PACIFIC
PORTS, per a. a. Seguranca, via Colon
(mull for Guatemala must be directed
"per a s. Beguranca"); at 10 30 for AR
GENTINE. URUGUAY and PARAGUAY,
per s. s. Cervantes.
W EDNESDA Y At 11 :30 a. m. for GUADE-
I)UPE. MARTINIQUE. BARBADOS and
TRINIDAD, per a. a. Etrurla; at 12:30
p. m. (supplementary l:3u p. m.) for ST.
THOMAS. ST. CROIX, LEEWARD and
WINDWARD ISLANDS. BRITISH.
DUTCH and FRENCH GUIANA, per s. s
Manoa (mall for Grenada and Trinidad
must be directed "ier s. s. Manoa"); at
12:30 p. m. (supplementary 1 p. in.) for
TURKS ISLAND. and DOMINICAN RE
PUBLIC, per s. s. New York.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA, per a. s.
Vlgilancia (mail for Mexico, via Prngreso.
Campeche and Vera Crux must be directed
"per s. s. Vigllanclu"); at 12 m. (supple
mentary U:3o p. m.) for BAHAMAS, per
s. a. Seneca (mail for Mexico, via tam
plco, must be directed "per s. a. Seneca" I ;
at 7 p. m. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per
s. s. Corean. from Philadelphia.
FRIDAY At 10 a. m. for GRENADA.
TRINIDAD and CIUDAD BOL1VAK. per
. s. Maracns: at 12 m. for Gl'ANTA-
NAMO and SANTIAGO, per a. s. Cienfue-
?os (mall must be directed "per . a. Cien
ueKos"). SATURDAY At 4 a. m. for NORTHERN
BRAZIL, per s. a. Polycarp. via Para and
Manuos; at 8 a. m. for BERMUDA, per
s. s. Pretoria; nt 8:20 a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and YEN E
Zl'HI.A, per ). m. Maracalbo (mall for
Savanilla and Cartagena must be directed
"per s. s. Maracalbo ); at 9 a. in. tor
PORTO RICO, per s. s. Ponce, via 8a ri
Juan; at 9:30 n. m. (supplementary 10:30
a. m.) for FORTUNE ISLAND. JA
MAICA. SAVANILLA. CARTAGENA and
GREYTOWN. per s. s. Valencia (mall for
Costa Rica must be directed "per a. s. Va
lencia"); at 10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. s.
Mexico, via Havana: at 10 a. m. for AR
GENTINE, URUGUAY and PARAGUAY,
per s. s. Merchant Prince; at lo:.t a. m.
(aupplementary 11:30 a. m l for 1NAGUA
and HAITI, per a. s. Flaiidria.
Malla Forwarded Overland, Etc., Ex
CUBA VU Florida, c?oc at this office
daily, except Thursday, al. (5:30 a. m. (the
connecting malla close lieiu on Wednes
days and Snturdiivs via Tampa, and on
Mondays via MImtimi.
MEXICO CITY Uvf, l.nid. unless vneclally
addressed fur despatch by ateumer, closes
at this office daily, except Sunday, at 1:30
p. m. and 11:30 p. iu. Sunclaya at I p.
in. and 11.30 p. in.
N E W FO I'NL'LAND By rail to North Syd
ney, una tnence ty steamer, closes at
tills office dally at 6:3u p. in. (connect
ing malls close here every Monday, Wed
nesday and Saturday.
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thence
by steamer, cloeea al this uflice at 6. JO p.
m. every Tuesday and Thursday.
MIQUELON By rail to Boktun, and
thence by steamer, closes al tins oltice
daily at 6:30 p. m.
BELIZ. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATE
MALA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at this otlice
daily, except bunduy, at 1:J p. in.
and 11.3u p. in.. Sundays at 1 p. m.
and 111:10 p. in. (connecting mail closes
here Mondays at 411. Jo o. in.)
COSTA RICA By rail to New Orleans, and
thence by steamer, closes at tnis oni.'o
daily, except Surdity, at t V) p. m. and
111:30 p. in., Sundays at tl'p, in and
111 0 p. m. (connecUng mall cloaes line
Tuesdays at il.3o p. m.)
IRegistertd mail closes at 6 p. m. previous
HAWAII. JAPAN. CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS. ia Sun Francisco, close
here lially at 6 30 i. m. up to October
Jlulh inclusive, for despatch per s. a. Nip
AUSTRALIA (except West), FIJI ISL
ANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, via Van
couver unit Victoria, i.. C. cio.se here
dally at 6.3U p m. up to October tloth, In
clusive, fcr despatch per s. a. Mioaeru.
CHINA and Japan, via Tacoma, clone here
daily at 6:30 p. in. up to October fllih. in
clusive, for aeupatch per s. s. Olyiupia.
HAWAII, via tun Francisco, close here
daily at ( 30 p. m. up to October ::'ih.
Inclusive, lor despatch per s. a. Ala
inedi. CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, close here
daily at 6 30 p. m. up to October 114th. In
clusive, for despatch per s. a. Shiuano
HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here daily at 6.30 p. in . up lo October
I'Mh. inclusive, for despatch per a. s.
TAHITI ar.d MARQUESAS ISLANDS via
San Frain laco, close here daily at So p.
m. up to October 21st. inclusive, for dee
patch per a. a Mariposa.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via Ban Fran
cisco. iioie here da.ily at 6 3C p. rn. up lo
October Llth. Inclusive, for despatch per
U. S. transport.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver and
Victoria. B. C.. cloue here dally at 6:3o p.
ro. up to October I.Tth. Inclualve, for dea
patctt pe. a a Empreas of Japan.
(Aim handle for U. b. loalal Agency at
POSTOFFIt K NOTH F..
Shanghai cannot be forwirdiJ via Can-
NEW ZEALAND. AUSTRALIA (except
West i. NEW CALEDONIA. FIJI. SAM
OA and HAWAII. l.i San Francis, o.
. lose here diliy at p m. tip to Octo
t r i.'tih. Inclusive, for despatch per s. s.
Sierra. I If the Ci;iar.l slcmner carry
Ing the British mnil for New Zealand doe
nol arrive In lime to connect with this
despatch, extra mulls losing at S.X a.
m.. it. .10 n. in. and 6 .;m p. nv; Sundays at
4:.:o a. m., 9 a. in. and 6:30 p. m will be
made up and forwarded until the arrival
of I lie t unsrd steamer )
NoTE-Unless otherwise addressed. West
Australia la forw irdcd via Europe; and
New Zealand and Philippines via Pan
Francisco the unlckrst routes. Philip
pines specially addressed "Ma Canada" or
"via Europe" most be fully prepaid nt tha
foreign rates Hawaii is forwarded via
San Francisco exclusively.
Trnnspai hie mails are forwarded to port of
sailing delly nn.l the schedule of closing
is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit IReals
tercd mnll closes at 6 p. m. previous day.
CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster.
Postoffice. New York. N. Y.. October 1 lSrtt.
OFFICE CHIEF IJUARTERM ASTER
Omnha. Neb., September 26. 1903. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will bo received here and by
the (JUMrtcrniMSter, Fort Sill. O. T., until
12 no.'ii, cenirnl standard time. October
26. IH01, for remodeling three hath houses
and three water closets for troop use at
Fort Sill, O. T. Full Information fur
lislud on ni'plirntlon to this office, where
plan and Fpcclticatlons may be si-n, or to
the Quartet master. Fort Sill, O.T. Pro
posaN to be marked "Proposals for Re
modeling Bath Houses," and addressed to
WILLIAM E. HoRTON, 1 Acting' Chief
I AII.HOAD TIME CARD.
I NION STATION IOTII AND MARCY.
Chlrugj Express a 7:35 am.
Ht Paul Limited a 7:50 pm
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express b 7:35 am
Chicago Local 10:35 am
ClilcaBTO A: Northwestern.
"The Northwestern Line.
a 6 JO pm
A 8:05 am
aJO 35 am
a 3:40 am
a R :0O pm
a 5:10 am
a 7:i) am
a 8:00 am
a 7:00 am
a 8:30 am
a S:80 pm
a 9:55 pm
all 10 pm
a 9:15 em
a 9:5o am
a 1:45 pm
a 8:15 am
a 2:40 pm
b 9:5o ant
Local Sioux City...
Daylight St. Paul.
a 8.15 pm
a 4.00 pm
a 6. j0 pm
a 1:10 pm
Fast St. Paul
Ixical Sioux Cl'.y,
. ...b 4:00 pm
Norfolk a. Bonesteel...a 7:2. am
Lincoln & Long Plne....b 7:25 am
t liicugu, Rock Inland A Paclue.
Chicago Daylight L't'd.a 3:53 am a t:50 am
Chicago Daylight Local.a 7:"0 am a 9:35 pm
Chicago Expr -ss 011:10 am a o: pm
Des Moines t.xprens....u :m pm Dii:ao arn
Chicago Fast Express.. a 5 -So pm a XJio pm
Rocky Mountain L t I'M am a 7:25 am
Lincoln, Colo Spring!.
Denver, Pueblo and
West a 1:30 pm 5:00 pm
Colo., Texas, Cnl. ana
Oklahoma Flyer a :u pm suz:w pm
Chicago Great Western R. Co.
iru Pi 1 tnTtireas...b 6:20 am
102 Ft! Dodge Express. ..a 2:45 pm
7 Ft. Dodse Kxn'ess..
b 9:10 pm
103 Ft. Dodge Express..
...a 9:40 am
a 9:60 pm
The Fast Mail
California Express a 4:20 pm
Pacific Express all;30 pm
a 5:80 pm
a 7:U) am
Tha Atlantic EXDrcss.
The Colorado special.. ..a 7:10 am
a 3.40. am
Lincoln. Beatrice and
a 2:40 am
Stromsburg Express. ..b 4:00 pm
North Platte Iooal a 8:00 am
Grand Island Local b 5:30 pm
a 5:16 pm
D 9:8a am
C'fclcaaro, Mtlwankee St. Pawl.
Chicago Daylight a 7:45 am a 11:15 pm
Chicago Fast Express. .a 6:4o pm
Chlcnirn limited a 8:05 urn
a 8:40 pm
a i:w am
a 8 4) pm
Des Moines Express a 7:4b am
Wabash. '.. s. ,- . '
St. Loula "Cannon Ball"
Express a 6:55 pm , a 8,20 am
St. Louis Local, Coun- . .
ell Bluffs a 9:15 am.'10 pm
Missouri Pacific. i
St. Louis Express al0:00 am 'a 8:25 pm
K. C. Si St. L. Ex alO.M pm a ,6:1a am
WEBSTER DEPOT 1ST H A WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Paul,. Minneapolis
Twin City Passenger.... a 8:30 am a :'0 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. a 2:00 pm all:20 am
Oakland Local b 5:45 pm b 1:46 am
Chicago 4i Norton est ero, Nebraska
and Wyoming Division. -
Block Hills, Deadwood,
Lead, Hot Springs. .. .a t:00 pro a 6:00 pro
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 1:00 pm S;00 pm
Hastings, York, David
Citv, Superior, Geneva,
Exeter and beward....b 2:00 pm b 6:00 pm
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm al0:36 am
BURLINGTON STATION IOTII aV MASON
Chicago, Bnrllngton V O.olney.
Chicago Special a 7:00 am a 1:55 pm
Chicago Vestlbuled ex. .a 4:00 pm 7:45 am
Chicago Local ..a 9 18 am all:o0pm
Chicago IJmltad a 8:05 pm a 7:46 am
Fast Malt a 1:44 pm
kiiui City, St. Josetik at Coancll
Kansas City Day Ex. ..a 9:15 am 8:05 pm
St. Louis Flyer a 6:23 pm all:o5 am
Kansas City Night Ex..al0:45 pm a 6:30 am
BurlinaTtou A Mlasonrl Hlver.
Wymore, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:50 am
Nebraska Express a 8:50 am
Denver Limited a 4:10 pm
a 7:4 pm
4 (.45 am
Black Hills and Puget
Sound Express aJl:10 pro a 2:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mail b 2:52 pm
a :o8 am
blO 95 aat
a 8.27 mi
Fort Croon end piatte-
mouth b 2:15 pm
Bellevue & Pacific Jet.. a 7:50 pm
Bellerue & Pacific Jet. .a 2:50 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, e Daily except Monday.
FIND NO RECORD OF DIVORCE
Mrs. Mollnenx's Attorneys Insist, Hewa
ever, that One Was Granted
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Oct. 4 Special.)
The discussion as to whether or not Mrs.
Roland B. Mollnenx was actually granted
a South Dakota divorce a few week ago
1 discussed with keen Interext by ' the
people of Sioux Falls, where she resided
during her ten months' stay In South Da
kota. The original reports that she was
granted a dlvuce were baaed purely upon
the claims of her attorneys. They have
now reiterated the claim, but beyond stat
ing that a divorce was granted her and
that she wok given the right to resumo
her maiden name, they decline to give the
name of the circuit judge who in alleged
to have granted the decree or furnish any
other evidence whatever iu support of their
statement that she was really granted a
divorce. , .. .
In view of ttds and the further fact thit
every circuit judge iu the state was atfare
that she had in reality invalidated her
realdenre In the city and state by publicly
announcing aeon after her arrival that aha
had come to South Dakota for a divorce,
that a decree was actually granted her
naturally is bhrouded in considerable
doubt. Under the Souih Dakota statutes
u clerk of courts or other court official
violates his oath of office If he attempts
to suppress he papers in divorce cases,
which are supposed to be public record
after a decree la granted. And yet. not
withstanding that diligent inquiry has been
made, not even a scratch of a pe:j has Lean
produced to show that the alleged dirorc
was granted to Mrs. Molineux as claimed.
If It'a a 'Garland." tnat's al you need !
know about a stove or ranga.
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