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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , DECEMBER 2 , 1890.
The mooting of the bonrd of honlth
which was to nnvo taken plnco yesterday
forenoon wns poHtponed for ono week.
Ucn Sraltli will soon commence the
erection of n Boven-story building ju8t
cast and ml joining the Merchants' Na
The funornl of the 1ato Ofllccr Peter
M. Leo took place yoptordnv nftornoon
from the family restdnnco , Twenty-sec
end and Guniing1 streets. The Interment
wns at Forest Ltiwn.
The now Hotel Dcllono , at the corner
of Fourteenth street anil Capital nvonuu ,
lias boon leased to Chuuncoy "W. Reed ,
who will have It In readiness to open
about the middle of January , 1891.
The receipts at the custom house yes
terday consisted of JiOO bogs of ground
ore from Canada , consigned to Gobble &
Millor. The ore Is used for preparing a
cement of which waterproof roollng Is
The superintendent of buildings yes
terday Issued a building permit to Delia
Dunham , authorizing her to erect a
ono and one-fourth story frnmo dwelling
at Thirty-ninth street and Grand ave
nue , ut a eost of $1,600.
Mr. I. M. Hay and wife of Chicago are
In the city as prosecuting witnesses in
the ease of the United States against
"Dr. " Ilarlowo Davis and his wlfo , who
are are charged with sanding obscene
and bcurrlllous matter through the
The Inquest over the remains of
Spanstad and Alillick , the men killed In
the 13. fc M. yards Saturday night , was
hold yeslorday afternoon. A number of
witnesses wore examined , whoso testi
mony elicited the fact that the two men
wore trespassing upon B. & M. property
at the time of the accident , and n verdict
was rendered to that effect.
In Standard Pianos.
Ono Knabo , largest scale.
Ono Chichoring , largest scale.
Ono Krocgor , largest scale , new.
These pianos have been used slightly ,
but just as good as now , and will bo
closed out at ligurcs never olTorod before
in the west. MAX MJYKK& : Uito. Co.
linnril ol' I'uhllu AVoi'lcs.
Tor the llrst tlmo In many weeks all of the
members of tbo bonrd o ( public writs at
tended the meeting yesterday afternoon.
After o little skirmishing over the question
of prices , tbo following estimates wcro
allowed : Fanning & Slavin , grading Tenth
street from Cnsteilur to Hancroft , W.GCO.liO ;
Samuel ICntz , grading < Tones street from Sol-
den to I'loasnnt , $ ; ill ) . 4 ; Lamrcnn llrotbcrs ,
Cuinlng street nt Saddle crock , 240.15 ; Hnr-
bcr asphalt company , paving Davenport
street from Thirty-second uvcnuo to Thirty-
llrst street , (5,078,41 ; .Tames Flnnnery , re-
linlring streets , WJI.07 ; kL. . Ueeves & Co. ,
newer estimate , District US , $ l,2JS.il ( : ; Mc-
( Jarved & Dalloy , constructing sewer In
Thirty-seventh street between Faniitm nnd
Doilgo , $578.1l ! ; J. 0. Corby , putting In catch
basins , fUi.7"i ! : ; IJarber asphalt company ,
jcsettlng curb on various streets , 871.-11 ; 1 \
I./ . Hooves & Co. . constructing sewer in
Pleasant street from .Inclsson to Dodge ,
$1,570.20 ; Hnal estimate of .Ed Cullahtin for
illllng lots in lliuvttionio , Ilnrtman's and
other additions , $7,830.5(5 ( ; Kd I'helan , sloping
banks , $2,4012,110.
For DcrniiKOtiicnt oflho Liver
Use Dr. Ilorsford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr.O , Y. Clllcy , Boston , Mass. , says :
"Have used it extensively anil with the most
remarkable success , I give it In In'dyspepsia
nml in nil cases where there Is derangement
of the liver nndkldnoy s. "With my patients
it has ugrccd wonderfully. "
Leo KInney , the two-year-old son of
Tdomas D. and Mary Kinney , died Sunday
morning nnd was buried in Holy Sepulchre
yesterday morning. The sudden death of the
youngest member of the family was a severe
shock to the parents and to the many svtnpa-
thlzing friends who followed the remains to
their lust resting place.
Word bus boon received hero of ttio sud
den death nt Los Angeles , C'al. , of Mrs. T.
M. Leonard , formerly .Miss ( Jraco Witbnoll.
The deceased wns the daughter of Mr. Klch-
nrd Witbnell of this city and had lived in
California but a short tlmo. The cnuso of
her death has not yet been ascertained. The
remains will be brought to this city for inter
Jtlmcs Moran died of nculralgla of the
heart nt KnnUakco , 111. , Friday morning last ,
whllo cnrouto from Mitysvlllo , Ky. , to this
city. Ho was a brother of M. J. Moran , the
railroad contractor , and will bo buried this
morning from the Holy Family church. Sir.
Moran leaves a family consisting of n wife
nnd five children , who reside corner Twcuty-
llfth and Charles streets.
Dr. Blrnoy cures catarrh , Boo bldg
For December Indications point to
cold , frosty weather. That , however ,
will make no difference to those who
travel In the steam-heated and electric-
llg ted , limited vestibule train which
is run only by the Chicago , Milwaukee
& St. Paul Ky. between Omaha and
Chicago. Tills elegant train leaves
Omaha at 0:10 : p. m. arriving in Chicago
at 0:30 : a. m. , in tlmo to make all eastern
connections. For further information
apply at city ticket olllco , 1501 Fanuun
ft. , Omaha. P. A. NASH ,
J. E. I'UKSTON. General Agent.
City Passenger Agent.
Dr. Dirnoy cures catarrh , Bee bldg.
United States Court.
The trial of the case of Thomas Lynch
against the Union Pacific railroad was com
menced iu the United Stales court before
Judge Dundy yesterday afternoon. Lynch Is
suing for $1,000 to recover payment for the
loss of his right nrm. LastNovombor Lynch
was employed by the railroad company as a
section hand near Coznd. Ho and n friend
teolc a hand car and started for n neighboring
town , intendingtolny in a supply ol groceries.
While they were 011 the way they were run
Into by ono of the company's trains , and ns a
result Lynch now carries an empty sleeve.
As a defense the company allege that at the
tlmo of tbo accident Lynch wns not In the dis
charge of his duty ; that ho was a trespasser
nnd has no right to recover damages.
The long wlndud railroad case that has
been on trial Vioforo Jailgo Culitwcll for sev
eral days ivns finished nnd submitted yester
day afternoon , but as there U a great amount
of testimony to examine , a decision will not
bo handed down for several weeks.
Before Judge Douiio the case of Kobcrt P.
Hamilton against the city of Omaha was
commenced. The plaintiff asks for $ . ' ,000.
Ho owns a lot on Thirty-first street near
Mason. A coujilo of years ngo the grade of
Thirty-first street was cstnblUhou , after
which ho raised his lot to grade and built a
couple of houses. A year later the grade
was changed , when Mr. Hamilton found
himself several feet below the street line ,
and now , to get oven , ho asks the dry to pay
him what It will cost him to 1111 in his lot
and elevate the houses.
The following marriage llconsos wcro Issued -
sued by Judge Shields yoitorJuy :
Nnmoanu address. Ago.
I lien A. rnrtncr , Omnlm M
] Dora Anderson , Oin.iha KJ
j Ocnreo Kinmlcil , Oinnha ! t1
I Maiy A. Watson , Unmliu a )
Tickets at lowest rules nnd su perior
accommodations via the great Hook
Island route Ticket olllco , 1002 Six
teenth and Farmun streets Omaha ,
Dr. Blrnoy euros catarrh , Coo bldg
1G02. Sixteenth and Farnam streets Ig
the now Hock Island ticket olllco. Tick-
eta to all pointy east at lowest rates.
Jr. JJlrnoy cures catarrh , lleo bldg
MORSE'S ENCYCLOPEDIA ,
Special Holiday Offer , 1st Volume GO ; , 25
Volumes for $30.00 ,
In Our Advertisement ofllie Encyclo
pedia Ilrllnnnieu Sunday " \Vo
Should Have Described It aa
llttssln Leather Binding.
It was advertised ns being cloth bind
ing ; wo sell the entire sot , ! ! 5 volumes ,
20,000 puces , exact cony of the original
$200.00 Edinburgh edition , except that
ours'is Prussia binding and the 8200.00
edition is cloth.
TIIK MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
Nothing has boon curtailed or abridged
in this edition ; every word , every pic
ture , every pinto , contained in the orig
inal $200.00 edition , is In ours , complete ,
for 830.00 ; remember ifnfiur , having pur
chased the first volumes from us at only
COc , you do not want the balance of the
sot nt 81.50 a volume why , don't take
them ! I !
SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFER.
The greatest bargain over known in
the book trade ; there Isnooxngporatlon
in this statement ; the oldest booksellers
pronounceit a marvel THE GREAT
unabridged , unimltntcd. Ninth edition
( the very latest ) complete in 25 volumes :
over 20,000 pages , 2o)00 ) subjects by the
master minus of the world. The orig
inal Edinburgh edition soils in cloth for
$200. Scribner's Eolls in cloth for $125.
Ours , in much superior binding , for
READ OUR OFFER.
"Wo offer n , limited number of sets nt
this price , and will deliver all at once eras
as many volumes as tire wanted monthly
payable on delivery at $1.50 per vol
ume. In order to tatisfy yourselves
and families of the great value of this
crowning work of all literature , and the
elegant style in which it is reproduced ,
wo go ti stop further and sell you vol
ume ono for COc.
VOL. 1 , GOC.
A good $4 hook without any contract
on your part to complete the sot , and
give you five days to accept our propo
sition for the remainder of the sot nt
these prices. Place your order now seas
as to receive the benefit of. this olTor ,
which will not remain open after December -
TUB MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
DECEMBER SALE OF MENS' FUR
Morse's ' men's tuxedo rlbDed under
shirts , COu.
Morse's mcns' tuxedo ribbed drawers ,
Morse's mcns' Scotch
gray wool under
shirts , 75c.
Morse's mcns' Scotcli gray wool draw
ers , 75c.
Morse's Mcns' flno heauy ribbed shirts
and drawers , $1.00.
Morse's metis' fine gray all-wool under
shirts , $1.50.
Morse's inons' gray all-wool drawers ,
All of our fine grades of underwear
and hosiery reduced , consisting of
Morse's Vienna wool underwear.
Morso's damn wool underwear.
Morse's Shetland wool underwear.
Morse's simrotzer wool underwear.
Smoking jackets for a Christinas pres
ent."MORSE'S ' BOYS' CLOTHING.
Boys' heavy winter overcoats , ages 4
to 13 , with capes , $1.00.
Boys' extra heavy overcoats , all sl/.es ,
with capes , $3.50.
Boys' line all wool overcoats , wool
lined , with capos , $5.00.
Youth's winter overcoats , sized 12 to
18 yours , $5.00 to $12.00.
Boys' heavy winter suits $1.00.
Boys'extra heavy suits $2.90.
Boys' flno all wool suits $3.50.
Also a complete line of Jersey kilts
and knee pants suits.
Boys' knee pants 47c.
Boys' knee pants G9c.
Boys' knee pants SOc.
Boys' knee pants $1.00.
Boys' knee pants $1.25.
THE MORSE DRY GOODS CO.
All iMiiHlo nt Half Price.
0,000 pieces only lOc a copy at Moin
berg's , IGtli st. bet. Capital ave & Dodge.
Dr. Blrn oy cures catarrh , Boo bldg.
St. LouiH Wins.
H. H. Lntchnn of St. Louis and W. E.
Nason of this city shot a twenty-live live
bird match nt I'icknrd's park yesterday ,
for $50 aside , modified English rules , thirty
yards rise. The score :
I.atclmn . Hill 11111 11111 11110 00100 20
Nasun . 01001 01111 11111 U0101 00101-15
Ued In Millions of Homes
in Yo.ira the Btan ( Uifl.
DR. BAILEY ,
A Full Sot of Tooth
on Rubber , for
I'IVK Dnr.i < .Mts.
A perfect flt Rinranteeil. TeoMi extracted
without naln or daiiRor , nnd wlUout nnaos-
thotlos. Gold ami silver fillings at lowest
rates. Ilrldpo and Orown AVorlc. Teotu with-
nut nlfitni All vrnrlr warrantocl.
OFFICE PAXTON BLOCK , 16TH AND FARNAM
Kntrar.cn , 10th street elevator Oixwovon-
ngs until H uYIouU
We SELL EVERYTHING a MAN WEARS-
To-day , we will open and put
on sale some of the most desir
able bargains in Men's Underwear
we have shown this season.
25 dozen All Wool Scarlet Underwear ,
32 dozen Heavy Fancy Striped Under
82 dozen , regular G5c Mnrino Underwear
At 45 c ,
82 dozen splendid Gray Underwear ,
04 dozen very flno and soft Gray Undor-
wenr , [ shirts with fancy culTsand
ribbed bottoms ] ,
At 75 c.
04 dozen excellent heavy weight Brown
Merino Underwear ,
32 dozen Doublo-Brcnstod Gray Under
32 dozen Brown Mixed Cashmere ,
10 dozen extra size Merino Underwear ,
All at 90c.
04 dozen Camel's Hair Underwear
82 dozen Blue Gray Cashmere Under
04 dozen heavy Cashmere Underwear ,
Wo will offer 48 dozen very finest Jer
sey Ribbed Underwear. These
same goods are aciually being sold
for thrco fifty rght here in Omaha.
Three Nights and Wednesday Matinee.
u , Dec. 1 ,
JAS. "fTPOWERS ,
Anil the best comedy company In tills or nny
oilier country , presenting
J. J. McXnlly's I'arclcnl Satire
Under the manogememt of Rich & Harris
"If you nilii It ilfio.'t kick anyone but yourself. "
You Bet muro fun tliiin n re il hone nice will furnish ,
boats are now on unlo nt regular prlco * .
The Grand TONIGHT.
The Thrilling Molo-Drninn
All new sconory. Great I'looil BCCIIO.
SATURDAY MATINEE ,
COMMENCING TV _ ir'
THUHSDAY. J J G G . ' fc- .
Tfliiini > l lt llctiirn of
mill KIiniHi'ute. J'ili -tli i , Httr-
JIUHHllIU Illl 1'l-eVltHIH Kt'l'lrtllx ,
Under tlio Personal Direction of
( iranrt Scenery. ( IoriOOinCostume . Oroiit Compa
ny of Torpslcoronn Artlsti. The HuezCiiiuil , U'lio
Mlkailo llallet. Tim Koriil. Necropolis. Homo of the
Mikado. The ( ilnnt fUalrwnr. The Wreck of the lieu-
rlottn. 'Jho Ifrcontrlo I'nlnto. Thol.lvn Klopliant.
Sale opens Wodnciil ly nt irKHlnr prices.
Friday and Saturday. Dec , Kth < t Cth Siiturdau ami
No Dead Letters In This , llrlclit , Brisk nncl
llrceiy. The 1'arco Comrdy Sensation of
the day , the
U. S. MAIL
An Amiable Sntlio on TTnele Sum's 1'os-
tsil HITS Ico.
Special Pconory , Novul Dnncoi. Klnliornlo
Costumes , Now niiiBlo. Tills hlKli-salnrlcd
company cannot afford to jiliiy at popular
prices. The following bpoolal pricusliaxu been
iirrnjiKOd : Orchestra. Int 1f > ro s , 7.1o : all
other oicliestru scats Mo ; balcony lijo and - " > oi
nailery l. > oj box beats ? 3u and ifl. llox bliL-ct
opuus Thursday niornliiK.
DIME EDEN MUSEE.
\YIliti IjAWI.KK. Mutineer , Corner llllinna Farnnia
streets Omalm , Week of Dec. hi.
The Dcrvlllo Kunilly-G.
Tuo Onialin lirnros.
The Italian Gypsy llanil.
Aitlnc' . I'aiK'rOiifL'n. .Sidney , tlioVhIttlor. .
A brlKht , cnccry ontcrtiilninont , rednod and
full of fun.
ONK DIME ADMITS TO AU *
hV h > be done
Ought sV&nds for nothing . '
\ehouse ought to be cleaned-
with Sapq//o.Tryace.keinyour / /
next house-cled.ninj | and.be convinced.
no excuse for a dirty house or greasy kitchen. Better
clean them in the old way than not at all ; but the modern
and sensible way is to use S ROLIO on paint , on floors , on
windows , on pots and pans , and even on statuary/ be
ignorant of the uses of SAPOL1O is to be behind the agev
"GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE. "
This week , we will put on sale in our Boys' and Children's ' Department , two ol the biggest
bargains we have ever offered. The goods are right , the prices areright , and "the boys need
some new clothes , don't they , mother ? "
Bargain 'Number One , Worth Two Fifty to Three and a Half.
Three Hundred Boys' All Wool Knee Pant Suits ,
made of a good , heavy cassimcrevcll and neatly gotten up ; ages five to fourteen years. They
come in four distinct styles , brown and wine stripe , brown and gold stripe , brown clfeck and gray
check. [ They look much handsomer with a boy inside. ] Our price for this week
ONE NINETY A SUIT.
Bargain Number Two. Worth Three Sei/enty-five / to Four Dollars.
Two Hundred and Fifty Boys' Knee Pant Suits ,
made in three handsome styles of an All Wool Cheviot. In style , finish and wearing qualities
well worth three seventy-five to four dollars. For a flyer we will sell them at
TWO TWENTY-FIVE A SUIT.
AT THE SAME TIME WE WILL OFFER :
BOYS'- BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS'
AT AT AT AT AT AT
95c. $1.25. [ 1.50. 2.50. .50. $4.00.
. . . . . . . . . . .
ALL WORTH ABOUT DOUBLE THIS PRICE.
We propose to make the closing month of the year 1890 long to be remembered in the ois-
tory of the clothing trade of Omaha. Watch for our ads. in the papers. See the goods in our
windows. Come and see the goods we advertise. You'll ' always find them exactly as we tell yu.
FOURTEENTH AND DOUGLAS.
Were going to have a surprise party tliis week , and yon II be invited.
11 -x *
Without Delny ,
The prudent man will im
prove the fair weather in
preparing hirn.self for the foul ,
which is sure to follow. Our
selection of outside garments
for the season , has met with
quick favor , nnd the chance
for n choice islesssening each
day. Prices range from
$8 to $40.
And each garment justifies
A California Herye Food
Makes New I'rasli Itlood and 1'ro-
111:1 : turn Drcay , Trtimlilliis , IljstiTln , Ncr-
Tnim llfitiluchiIxih * ill I'ciwor In cither hex ,
NorTotMiicht In any loriu. Cold JlamlH or
1'eut. 1'alii In tliu tldcU mill other forms of
Dr. Kulili'H Nrrvn Tnnlo IM1U brine the
rosy tint ol health to the BhHllow cheek ,
\Vujlc , norvuui pitui > 10 flioulil taku tills Krrat Lite
flenewer. Try Uicm , and you ulll Join tlio thotuaudi
c ( liaiipr men aniluiinxn "I' " dalljr blus Dr.
.Inbbr > rIlia great work In ttielr Lcbtlf. 'ilicr are
tugar coated , to cents a Mai. far ealo bj UuecKU
tr tir mill. Address
rlSBI'S MtniCIHE CO. . rDOrS. . StH fRJHCISCO , Oil.
1 OH BALK IN OMAHA , KEII. 11Y
Kuhn ft Co , for. Uti | * UouBlu Streets ,
J , A. Kullcf & Co , Cor. lull X Douphs StrceU.
A. D , fetter & Co , , Council llluffi , | o a.
AND PRINCIPAL DttUSalCTB CVtRVWHrBC.
Aim lutclynliable , , . , Kafo , mo.t powerful femali
r it ruii iownintier fill. * t a has , tart paid -l cn bo
, : ut. Adilreaa | JON littfd ( xi. . Imr - . Y.
bold bjr UOUKMA DltUU UU.
Our advertising man has some. > d |
what neglected our "shoe storaF
for some time past on the plca'of
"let well enough alone. " We can
never sell too many shoes tosuit 113
Our workingincn's shoe at a
dollar n' ' < i quarter , with solid sole
leather insole and counter , saves
you seventy-five cents every pair
You save ninety cents on
our one eighty-five shoes.
That's a fact
For two dollars and a half we
sell you a genuine Goodyear Welt
Shoe a col umn couldn't say more ,
At $3.90 a Pair
\Ve sell you a shoe the equal
of any five dollar shoe in the
country. . _
It's a pet of ours.aiul has made
more friends for us than any one
shoe r- , _ . in , our . store _ . : _ _ . _ nrj
At $4.2 §
We've got a new thing for
"nobby folks , " They're aii imi
tation bal or button in style , but
the quality is a
Don't you often see shoes in
store windows and have them
shown to you in stores for seven
and seven fifty ? Its foolish to
pay it.Ve , \ sell as good a shoe
as can be made , every stitch
sewed by hand , for five dollars
and twenty-five cents. -
We Sell Boys' ' Shoes Too.
IN THE WORLD.
ARE MADE BY THE
Woonsockeli & Rhode Island Rubber Co
And wo are their western aponts and always carry a largo stock.
flmericen [ tad Sewed Shoe Bo
1204 and 1206 Harney Street.
and FINE JEWELRY
Solo Agent In Omaha lor Gorhnm Man
MANTLE CLOCKS ,
RICH CUT GLASS and
Our Stock of Fine Goods is the
Largest and Our Trices the
Conio nml sco us.
Cor. Douglas & 15th St
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
Brwelfla for Jljrit rl , PlMlntti.Flli , Ktrarnlgla , Wiike.
fulnuii , Mentnl liupruiilnn , Hottenlnirof tbo llrnln.ru-
rolling in Inianlty unit Icaitintr to misery decay anj
Ooitli , Prtmituro OIJ A e , liarrennm. I.otf of Tower
tncltlier sel , Involuntary Louei , nut Hji rni torrhn4
camwi br OTtr vertlo o ( thu brain , elf'ttuto or
orer-lndulgence. * .ach box eonulni ontmontt'i treat ,
r.ient. (1 ttbot. < ir ilx ( or 96 , ttnt by ro ll iirn.ald.
nlth each order for * lx tozfH , will rend iiurrh&Mr
iruaraiiue to refund nu.iry If Iho lro tment falU W
turu. Uuarant v luuud aiul cenuino eolttulUlb/
GOODMAN DUUG CO , ,
morarnamSt'root. Omaha Nab.
A POSITIVE tndpermantnl CURE lor all
< llc molth bRINARY ORGANS. Cure *
where other treatment lain , FulTdirectlons with each
bottle. Price , one dollar. See tlgniturool E. U
5TAHL. For Sale By All
NO GLJR.EX ! NO PAY.
1316 Street Omaha Neb.
Douglas , , . _
Bcvontccn years o porlonco. A rcunlnr Krndimto In mc < lllno , tu diplomas uliow , Ii still trunllnv with
tliogrcnto > t diicci'ss , nil Nrrruux , Chronic nml 1'rlvuto Dlnnaxoi. A pc'riiuuiont euro miiiniNtocd for Ciitnrrli ,
Bpcrmitturrliinn , I.unt Manhonit , homlnul Wcuknoas , Nlnlitl.dSHCi. limiotuncy , Hyiilillls.hlrlctiirj , nrulnll OH-
cii'csof the Illnuil , a kin [ ind Urlniry OrK'ins. N.ll. I t'uurnntc > o t.Vjo fur uvcry cnso I iiinlurtnko nml fall to
cure. Consultation frco. Hook ( Jlriturlesof l.lfu ) sent freo. OIUcoliouri- . m. tot i > . la Uuniluya 19
u. in. to It m.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS
Btovo repairs of all doaurljitlona for cook nrnl lioutlns ntovoi , f umlly und hotel r.-injos. \V nteir
tttauhiiiuutu u hpuclulty.
Teleohonc Of O ROBERT UHLIG , proprietor.
J. C1CJ11U11L -
C1CJ11U11Lf [ 1O\J'
_ C. M. EATON , Manager.
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
1302 Fnrnam Stroot.
Harry P. Deuel ,
City I'assoiiRor and Tiultot Acont.
Fractico Limited to
- AND -
-\TrAT\TT" AT TO P\7nrPPlT
SEIU'OUS ' SYS1E1L
Rooms 316 to 320 JJcc
ijiiiKyH 'anil ' f iiiM ' ill niFiiBff in i ill
Moriiliino Iliih ll
From Whntovor Cause
Oar eminent iiliyo'cliins ' nro o\prrtn In ills *
ciihcmir tnobliirHi , mill all t IIKUNHi iintj
L'llIVAIlUiMfc < 4. I'allt'iitiiiirt'ituci't'S. '
fully in ulcil I > V mull. OlIk'Ks nml cinisiiltlri ; :
rooms. INTERNATIONAL MEUIUL ASbOC If.
iiUO UotulJotu Btioat , Ohioago , 111 ,
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