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"W- \r & Evelyn Nesbit Thaw on the Stand REAL ESTATE (Continued Prom Page Six.) McCateb detailed, so far as he could, the Incidents of the night of t)re trag edy, He was leaving the roof garden with Mrs. Thaw and thought Harry was following, when the- three pistol shots were heard. Mrs, Thaw ex claimed: "My God, he's shot," and then "Oh, Harry, what have you done and why did you do it?" Thaw replied: "I have saved your life," and bent and kissed her. On cross-examination Mr. Jerome went briefly into the past history of the witness. Mr. McCaleb said he knew Thaw some years ago in .Paris and subsequently in California. "Did you ever try to borrow any money from him?" demanded the dis trict attorney. 1 "Never," the witness replied. It came out during the re-direct ex amination that McCaleb had met Mr. Jerome some months ago at the Union club and discussed the case with him. The witness answered a question to which the district attorney had taken exception and in which.he had been upheld by the court. Mr. Jerome flared up in a rage: "Why did you do that?" he demand ed. "I call the court's attention to this man—this literary person—who says lie has written two books—coming here and answering questions to which there is objection. It is indecent." Mr. Delmas pleaded that while the witness may have been in error, the question was not important. He said it was a misfortune to a man to have to testify in such & case, but he thought that nevertheless the witness was entitled to courtesy. Justice Fitz gerald agreed on this point, but ad monished the witness to be more care ful In the future. O S A E I'ifst avenue and Ninth street south— & ft fli Corner, 150x140 feet N? A JDUJIW Ninih avenu£ ^nd Fourth street north— AA Corner, 132x140 feet 1 %P W Tenth street and Sixth avenue south— fl* Inside, 50x140 feet U™" Sixteenth street, off Front street—? Otffctfl Inside, 50x200 feet ...1....... Farms for Rent in Norman County, Minnesota, jo miles from Fargo. WM. A. Scott 01 Son Mr. Jerome again took the witness. "You say you met me at the Union club: now how many drinks had you had that night?" "I don't know. I had one with yoU," came- the reply, and it was some time before the bailiffs could restore order in the courtroom. Justice Fitzgerald threatened to remove any person who again esreated & disturbance. The courtroom was crowded at this time, many gaily dressed women having been admitted by the court officers during the luncheon recess. For the first time since the trial began, the court officers seemed to have let down the barriers to the idly curious. Dr. John E, Deemer. who was on the stand yesterday, but not allowed to testify. Avas recalled today and testi fied that Henry W. Copley, the de fendant's uncle on. the maternal side, Inul been insane. Mr. Jerome had declared early in the day that he would not object to the testimony as to in sanity in the family provided the pro per foundations were laid for it. When, however, Dr. Deemar started to testify as to a cousin of the defendant, Mr. Jerome said he felt he must object again. He declared it should first be shown tluit Harry Thaw was insane by competent evidence and It must further be proved that the character of his Insanity Is hereditary. Then, he declared, and not ujitil then, could the corroborative testimony as to in sanity in the collateral branches of the family be placed before the jury. Jus tice Fitzgerald sustained the district attorney and fttfr. Delmas said he would conduct the case accordingly. When Mr. Jerome took up the re cross-examination he introduced as people's exhibit No. 5, a document, and asked Mr. McCaleb it it was the docu ment he had referred to. Mr. McCaleb read it carefully from beginning to end and then said that It was the paper he had signed. Mr. Jerome offered the document in r~ —-^^wwvwvvvvvwVVVvs, 1 rbs County, Farm of 400 acres, good buildings. IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE Roo"Va *o.0iC°B.B,och" MOORHEAD Good 8-room house on south side, with 50-foot lot, nice trees, only $1,000 $700 cash, balance on mortgage. Will consider ^ood team at fair price on account. HOUSES AND STORES TO RENT. MONEY TO LOAN W. J. LANE Office over First National Bank, Fargo Do You Want a Home in a Mild Climate Whero bit returns for mouoy and labor in vested are assured, and no ioduPrions' man need remain poor? Thou you want to know all about tbe famous Yakima Valley "The I o ne of the hi* red apple." For information but farm lands or city property write J.T. Handaaktr, Dept. A, North Yakima, Wash. evidence, but it was withdrawn when Mr. Delmas objected. Mr. then asked McCaleb: "When you had a talk with the dis trict attorney at the Union club a few days after the shooting, did you tell him that you thought Mr. -Thaw was irrational?" Mr. Jerome objected and the objec tion was sustained. Mr. McCaleb's llpB moved. -j Mr. Jerome sprang to his feet: "What do you mean by answering: that question after the court has tulad It out? I call the attention of the court to this literary man, who comes here and acts in this manner. It is positively Indecent." Mr. Delmas protested that the wit ness had. the misfortune to have to testify in the case but was entitled to courtesy all the same. "He is," remarked Justice Fitzgerald, who, however, admonished the witness not to answer questions In the future until the court had ruled on them. "You say you had a conversation with me at the Union, club. Wh?n? shouted Mr. Jerome, then at the wit ness with' a tone of anger still iu liis voice, "what time of the night was It?" v "I don't recall." "Was It late in the evening?" -Yes." "Stow many drinks had you bad?" "I had one with you." The court room vi as in an uproar of laughter In an Instant and the bailiffs had to rap long and loud for order. "If any one again laughs In this court room he will be removed," oald Justice Fitzgerald. "How many drinks had you1 had be fore you reached the one with pie?" resumed Mr. Jerome. The witness could not recall. Mr. Delmas objected to a further ex amination alonjj this line and when he had, been sustained by the court, he himself asked the witness: "What did the learned district at torney drink with you?" "The same that I did." THE Mr. McCaleb was excised and Lionel Strauss, who said he tvas a por trait painter, was called. Mr. Strauss Is a very young man of pale face and rather long black hair. He said he was on the Madison Square roof garden the night of the tragedy. He sat near Stanford White. The shots of Thaw's pistol attracted his attention. "I first saw Thaw's face," he said, "and my whole attention was absorbed by it. It was imprinted on my memory and remains there still." "Describe the appearance of "hie face." .. "His face was very pale. His eyes From Your Forum for the Girl Meifi rn-x, 'A'' 3 .* -SBS There'll Be Music in the Block When She Wins That $450 Piano Fargo Wants. word after first inser tion. JS|C Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Men to cut cord wood, $1 per cord and board yourself. Phone 116&. 'WANTED—Foreman in collar factory. I Address Schulze Brothers Co., Du •luth. Minn. WANTED—Men to have their razors v ground. Donahue A Licther, 7 Eighth street south. WANTED—Men to learn barber trade. Only short time to learn. Ill, cat alogue free. Moler Barber College, Minneapolis, Minn. 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Mr. Deemar was asked concerning Henry Copeley and John Ross, «he former an uncle and the latter a cou-.dn of the defendant, when Mr. Jerome in terrupted and objected to the tcsd mony. He declared the relationship of the cousin was more remote than is contemplated by the law. Mr. Jerome aTso declared that he baaed the re liewal of his objection on the grojnd that the character of the defendant's insanity has not been shown. "I don't know that he Is insane, ir If he is that the Insanltr Is heredi tary in form. Let it be shown he is insane and then let the corroborative evidence as to insanity in the fardly be taken," suggested Mr. Jerome. ITHB PABGO FOEDM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, TlIl'HSD VY SVEXIKG, FEBKL'AHY 7, 190T. WHY KEEP ALL YOUR "DON'T NEED THINGS" Ten Words I One Week^ 35 Cents Mr. Delmas then asked the witness if Henry Copeley, the uncle of the de fendant, was insane. "Yes," he replied. •What was the character of huer Iub in sanity?" Mr. Jerome objected and said the taking of the testimony should not. pro ceed until the proper foundation hud been laid. Mr. Delmas then asked that the court adjourn, although It was before the usual time. Mr. Jerome con sented on the Understanding that Mr. Delmas would tell him who v/oild be the first witness tomorrow. Mr. Del mas, after consulting with his asso ciates, announced: "The first witness we will call to morrow will be either the wife or ttie mother of Hai'ry K. Thaw." Adjournment was then ordered. The Poor Novelist. books do not sell in such 14*fl» numbers In England as Itf the United States It is hardly necessary to point out that It Is still more Important for British authors that prices should not be lowered—that, is, unless the entire scale of living be lowered at the same time.- If It be adduced that there Is no rea son why American authors should make the sums I have named—and a tailor makes more—there is another reply besides the obvious one of the increasing cost of living In the United States and that is that writers— novelists at least--cannot live in a cave and draw Inspiration from the moon. If they do not know the world do not study life and human nature at first hand, they are not fit for the posi tion that a first success may have given them. In fact they never Bo maintain it. Literature is full of "one speech Hamilton." The writers of fic tion that confine themselves to one lo cality, where they find it convenient or economical to live, soon exhaust themselves and drop behind. The novelist, who gives his life to his work--and no matter how strict his retirement may be while actually writing—adds something to his educa tlon every year and travel and "the world" cost him a good percentage oi'e i his profits. If he happens to have any 'one. to support, besides—and what writer has not?—his reclame is likely to exceed his Investments in bonds and mortgages. And the more he write*, tbe more unwilling is he to accept anything at second hand. I think nothing of tra veling from Munich to California if I 1 find my knowledge Is not definite enough, and for "Rezanov" I went from San Francisco to Sitka.* a trip of thirteen days, with the return to Vancouver for the overland train, for the sake of one chapter. And I found it quite worth while, for the mental picture I had made of the place from much description was quite different from the reality. It may be argued that a few paragraphs of description .' v 'Mf A WANT AD. WILL END ALL WORRIES Fargo Wants. Ten Words One Week 35 Cents Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word First Time, One-half cent word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Girl for general house work. r.ix Ninth street south. WANTED—Good girl for general housework. 614 Ninth avenue south. WANTED—Girl for general house work, at Fargo Sanitarium. Wages $5. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. Powell, 805 Sixth street south. LADIES—We sharpen scissors, knives, skates. Donahue & Licther. Eighth street south. WANTED—A young girl to assist with housework, no washing. Apply at 310 Thirteenth street south. 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State wages. Address W. Chapel, general delivery, Carrington, N. D. WHISKY SALESMAN WANTED. FOR NORTH DAKOTA A good salesman acquainted with the drug trade, to carry as a side line a high grade whisky, bottled in bond goods conform' with all pure food laws. A good chance for right party. Address, u Hh all particulars and references, Tne F. P. Gluck Co., distillers, Cin cinnati, O. do not matter one way or another, and that the average reader will never know the difference—likely as not will skip them but It matters to the author, who is not worth his salt un less he writes first of all to please himself and places his' work before every other considerations Moreover there are subtle suggestions in a new atmosphere related to his work that he would never get otherwise. If the policy of the times Is triumphant, it will merely mean a new race of over worked hacks, who will take no inter est whatever In their fiction beyond its capacity to relieve their pressing material wants. Of course, those writers that have already made a con siderable sum would go on writing for love of it, but when they have died off that would be the end of any at tempt t^ycriake fiction literatu trude don. rton ih the Time® ot The World's Wealth. Cleveland Leader: A government report soon to be Issued shows that the tjnited States is so far ahead of all other nations in wealth that there is really no second. It deals with facts which are in themselves one huge eagle scream of material achievement and opulence beyond comparison It seems that the American repub lic stands now for more than twice the wealth of any country In Europe. It surpasses Germany and Great Brit ain and Ireland together. It makes the riches of France and Russia com bined modest, by contrast. The value of the property of the American peo ple is nearly four times as great a* the prodigious sum which represents the national debts of all4the nations of the earth. This country has more gold and more money, more railroads and more inter nal commerce, more manufacturers and more mining, more farm products and more banking facilities anfl re sources than any other in the world. The United States beats any other nation In the multitude of Its fore handed and comfortable wage-workers and in its prosperous farmers. It leads all ,/* S $ '"'I V* n v ijiBiaii *'in ifiW Wdnr. Fargo Wants. Ten Words One Week] 35 Cents word after first tnser- Rates for Classified Advertising One cent a word- First Time. One-half cent a word each insertion thereafter. No charge less than 10 cents for any one ad. Terms, cash, unless advertiser has a contract. ROOM AND BOARD OFFERED. ROOM AND BOARD—-21 Fifth street north. ROOM AND BOARD—317 Modern house. Broadway BOARD AND ROOM for two in mod ern house. 11-3 First avenue south. BOARD AND ROOM—At northside hoarding house, Eleventh street north. ROOM and board to be obtained at Mrs. F. A. Paige, ttl Tent* street south. 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