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THE OMAHA DAILY 11EE: SUNDAY, OCTOttKT! 50.' IPOS
GOSSIP OF TIIE GRIDIRON
Rome UpmUtLit Bet ths Wita Onts to
Thinking Beal 8sriouslj.
PENNSYLVANIA NO LONGER A rtB!G" TEAM
kf Roalrn Twlrf Within a Wffk
ty Klevrns from Miner roll's
ad (ornrll OH Hark
It had bren predicted that the prtarnt
ason n to be one of many surprlie
and thus' early In tha- play thl prediction
bai been Perilled. ' There haa been appar
ently a surprtlng reremal of form at Cor
nell to Judge by the defeat of their eleven
Jat Saturday by the Carllnle Indiana. Both
.'ifytnn ara rhuch as in 1901 and the Itharans
. VrJ e considered fully as gnod aa formerly;
j therefore, unices the Indians have beeo
.t'MfJ much underrated. Cornell has taken a
' decided slump. Poor old Pennsylvania caa
tiardly longer be classed as one of the "Big
Four." After the bad season of last
Tear and . their defeat by Brown last
JBJurdsy and by Annapolis Wednesday
.."VhVy aeem thoroughly demoralized and
Only a miracle can bring them back
ltfta the running this season. The
games of Yale against Pennsylvania
State. Princeton against Washington and
Jefferson and Harvard against West Point,
which were played last Saturday, brought
out no new points, about the same merits
and weaknesses being shown which have
appeared In former contests. Taking the
showing all around the season, at ieaat so
. far, seems to be a bad one of the great
teams, who are being pressed unusually
bard by the second-rate elevens.
In the arena of western foot ball the
rnost important games played up to jester
day were, of course,, the contest between
Minnesota and the Corn Huskers, which
resulted In the unexpected defeat of the
former, and the fierce battle .between Chi
cago university and Northwestern. In the
latter game both sides ' displayed good
form and, while Northwestern'a chance for
championship honors was killed. It was. ap
parent that they will make a good showing
In some of the later contests. Nebraska's
victory cams aa a surprise to the foot ball
wiseacres of the association, of which the
Corn Huskers are not members. It Is
sow admitted by those In the know that the
university team Is better than several of
the sine aggregations In the association.
The Gophers are very much cast down at
their defeat. Michigan's game against
Notre Dame was the first bard contest tor
them of this season and, although they were
not scored against, tbey are thonght to
ve ahown up a considerable weakness In
their defense. The Tuesday game between
Iowa and 8lmpson college seems to have
cast a gloom over lbs university rooters.
Although the smaller mil avaa AmtmmtmA
by 10 to 0, yet the playing of the univer
sity Is thought to have been miserable.
Locally, the Crclghtons have made much
the best showing by their defeat of Doane
college In the fast and hard fought game
Saturday. The High achool were defeated
In Lincoln, SO to 5, and seem to have mad
a rather poor showing all around. .The
Omaha Medics have been working 'hard
and drilling conscientiously and their work
la improving rapidly
It Is a rash thing to make predictions by
- acorei. He who Judge from the printed
tally of the play la almost certain to ,be
wrong in deductions. While the squads of
the- great schools are apt to develop slowly
and show up comparatively poorly In the
tarly games the smaller aggregations, on
the other hand, can develop more quickly
and are more easily brought to a point
. of excellence for some - game wltb a
Superior team which cornea early In the
season, . thereby showing a -form which
tbey will not perhaps again display and
giving the Impression of a weakness In the
' play of the big fellows, which Is only due
to their slower preparation. He who
would keep a line- on the ability of the
foot ball aggregations must ace the scores
The fairly regular annual slump seems
to have been on at Tale for the last week
or two and the coaches ara not saying
much and considerable secret practice Is
going on. It Is a team of big, strong men
and Is slow to work up. but if properly
Bandied, ao as to bring out its latent speed
it may go a very long way Indeed. It is
still too early in the season to say. In
the Philadelphia Press, Pennsylvania'
bssd coach. Dr. Carl Williams has made
the following statement:
"At Tale until now it has been good old-
faahlsned foot ball, three men behind the
line, few signals, quick openings and a
line amashlng game. This is the best pos
sible method (or the development of the
Individual. It means at first low scores
and the slow . development of the : team.
but when you have good material
It insures In the ' end a consistent
and powerful team, both In the attack and
en the defense. Such a method, however,
sould be safely used only by those teams
In possession of men strong enough In tbelr
Individuality to win the earlier games wlthi
out resorting to the mora powerful sys
terns of attack. With her abundance of
first-class men Tale could well afford to
spend' her time upon the principles of
Brct-slass foot ball, thus laying a solid
foundation upon which later to build a
mora destructive machine system of at
tack.' "This plan, I believe, will 'win for her
the Harvard game. Harvard's team Is
being developed mora rapidly and, while
the line material Is heavy It Is green and
probably Is not receiving the trying out
that the line men of Tale ara getting. The
back Bold in Individual ability Is better
than that at TaleV 1
Harvard displays a strong offense, with
a alight slowness at lining up sad a weak
catenas. The gam with. Wsst Point showed
that the concern which haa been felt at
Harvard in regard to the 11a la not un.
fouaded. With the exception of Bowdltch
at right end and Barnard at rlga gnard, all
the Ha men have been severely criticised.
The back field t. however, exceptionally
strong. Secret work wss begun Wednes-dsy.
Pennsrlvanla waa played off lis feet
Wedneadsy by the Annspolis radeta. the
score being 10 to . The nsvy men out
classed the red and blue throughout the
game and scored their first touchdown
after only three minutes of plsy. The
Brown gsme on Saturday was not so much
a decisive victory, for the score was largely
due to the efforts of Captain Barry, one
of Brown's halfbacks, who romped alone
the Held about aa be chose, making one
run of sixty-five yards and another of
thirty. Pennsylvania stsrted In the sea
son with the discouraging precedent of
last year and has been unable to regain
the form of old. In fact has gone to pieces
apparently. It wss expected thst plenty
of good material would turn up this year
when the practice began, but this was not
the case. The team took a brace In the
game with Gettysburg and some confidence
was restored, but there wss no ability to
LAST WEEK WITH THE BOWLERS
Claud Teasa Work, bat Se Woaderfat
ladlvldaal riaylaa la
riayed. Won. l-ot.
National 4 : 7
C'1nrkinn 4 i 7
nte 'lty 4 2
Omaha 3 X "
Germs n 2 4
Krug Park 2 4 !W
Pt. Charles S 2 4 323
Among the bowlers the Isst week hsS
been one of activity and while the scores
throughout have not been such as to Indi
cate bowling of a very high class, the
results In general have not been by any
means discouraging for so early In the
season. Of the tesms, the National was
the only one thst showed really good form
In Its tesm work and most of the others
are still pretty ragged, and of the Indi
vidual work of the week It cannot be ssld
follow the sscendsncy. The Quaker have that any of It was psrtlculary creditable.
been most unfortunate In injuries received
by their men. both quarterbacks and otbera
being In the hospital.
In Ithaca they are saying that the sur
prising victory of the Carlisle Indians was
a matter of lark. But luck la hot the
name for repeated fumbles and blocked
punts, and luck, anyway, la on the side of
the stronger tesm. ' Unless the Indians
have been surprisingly underrated, Cornell
will look shopworn Indeed after the gsme
with Princeton. Since the arrival, how
ever, of "Joe" Beacham, the old end and
halfback, the Ithacans are showing a much
Increased dash In practice and their back
ers hope to retrieve th lost prestige.
Princeton has been showing up well this
sesson and there are many to be found who
think the team superior to Harvard. The
game against Washington and Jefferson
college was the first real test the Tigers
have been put to, and they displayed a One
aggression. Tbey employed smashing
tsckle back formations and a hurdling play
In which the halts assisted the fullback.
Kaffer, to make repeated gains. The Prince
ton positions have been nearly settled. A
comparatively light man. Baker, has been
shifted to center, and now attention Is
being given to team development. The
Tigers have not yet had their line crossed.
but on the other hand, have not played
any team to aeverely test their mettle.
Columbia's big score against Hamilton,
35 to 0, is only one of the number of big
scores piled up so far, the total being:
Columbia, 152; opponents, 0. They have
not yet played any particularly strong
teams. In the game with Swarthmore,
when 'their goal was endangered, they dis
played an excellent coolness and spirit.
Their attack was good, but lacked deter
mlnatlon and they failed to aaslst the run
ner, as could have been done.
The Iowans bava been indulging In some
hard practice lately. James Brockway and
Clyde Williams of the 1900 team have been
out . to assist Coach Knlpe and Hobbs la
their work. The team responded well and
The Clsrkson tesm, having won- all three
of Its games of the week, has pulled Its
percentage up from IJ3 to 67 and Is now
tied wltb the Gate City, which, after hav
ing won three straight the first week, lost
two and won one last week, and the Na
tional, which kept up Us average by win
ning two and losing one. By winning
two games of the last week the St. Charles
team has pulled its standing up from 000
to 333 and Is now on equal terms with the
German and Krug Park teams. Tho West
ern team bettered Itself by th Isat week's
play and Is aow even up on games won
and lost, while the Omaha, which closed
last week with a percentage of 667 has
fallen back to 500. Great Interest has been
shown by the players generally and among
the new men there has been manifested
an earnest desire for Improvement which
gives promise of a successful season
Following la the Individual standing of
the players up to date and covering the
Name. Games. Pins. Ave. High. Ave.
Bengele S 653 184
Clarkson 3 MS 182
Hrunke 1.0M 1
W. Zltsmon 3 W li
Mr. Gilchrist 1,07 I7
Both 8 KM 178
Emery 1.0ft) 176
Tracey 6 1,059 176
Frltscner hh 174
Ahmanson 6 1,054 175
Ertcell 1.045 174
Huntington 1.032 172
C Conrad 6 1,023 170
P. W. Schneider.. 1.01 169
Sheldon S 1.019 19 -
Denman 1.012 lw
I,. 3. Schneider.... 1.010 1W
Francisco 6 1,010 ltM
Al Krug 6 1.017 169
Weber 6 1,001 166
One divorce to seven marriages was the
record In Indiana for the year ending June
A number of the female members of the
Clerks' union In St. Paul, Mtnn., have or
ganised a league, all the members of which
pledge themrelves to marry none but union
When a woman of the mature age of IS
years decides to get married she should not
neglect . to at Vast Inform her school
teacher. If Miss Mabel K. Allan of Middle.
lmnrnved narrant Itilv . In aunnttia IntMhiw I tavn. V.. hurt nhaerved this- wise Dre-
ence and charging." The Interference has ??ui'? l."ilIl0Iehtvie,Vr0?hi
previously been slow and .ragged and th truant officer and the threat of an Imme-
backs have not shown much life. Before dlate spanking If she failed to return to
th. . Slmpso. college gam. th. Iowa men Mffl.
had hopes, principally founded on th very Wouldn't It Jar youl .
excellent kicking of Ochiltree, but the it is nlwav nleaslna- to see things done
team, with th exception of Ochiltree and
Slberts, played so badly that the rooters
new expect no showing to be mad against
th Minnesota men.
Although much discouraged by the defeat
at the hands of the Nebraska university
with a due sense of propriety. Giovanni
Sbagnole waa married by contract at Rye,
N. T., on Friday, uciODer ii, 10 a gin s.iwu
miles awav In Italy, because ah refused
to come to this country alone. Put as soon
as she was married Mrs. Sbagnole sent a
cable message to her husband that she
would sail at once. Mrs. Sbagnole probably
CANAL TREATY IS DELATED
Colombian Coojress Which Unit Ratify it
Sot Tct Elected.
STATE OF WAR SAID TO BE THE CAUSE
Rear Admiral Walker to Rensala at
Head f raaasalaalaa, Bat Si a
Deelsloar aa the
WASHINGTON. Oct. 25. Nonaction on
the part of th government of Colombia
on the pending canal treaty Is postponing
the appointment of the commission which
Is to take charge of the construction of
the canal. .
It was at first supposed that as soon as
the attorney general bad satisfied himself of
the sufficiency of the title to the canal
property that could be conveyed by the
Frency compsuy th way will be clear for
th appointment of the commission and for
the preparation of th specifications upon
which th work Is to be done.
This wss upon the assumption that th
agreement upon the outlines of the treaty
with the canal company, reached In Wash
Ington between th secretary of state red
th Colombian minister, amounted to a
pledge by the latter la behalf of his own
government to promptly ratify such a
Now It has devetoped that the ratification
of th treaty is a long way off, owing to
th fact that the Colombian congress, be
fore which th convention must come, has
not even been elected up to this time. The
delay Is attributed to the existence of a
state of war in Colombia, but it Is now ex
pected that the country will soon be so
far pacified that a, general election can bs
held and that tbe congress rsn be assem
bled during th winter months.
Compoaltloa of Commission.
In this state of backwardness as to rati
fication little attention has been given hers
to the composition of tho United States
Canal commission, notwithstanding the fact
that owing to th dignity and desirability
of th places therein, there have been
many tentative applications for appoint
. The an fact relative to th commission
that has developed is that Rear Admiral
Walker, Who has headed the two preceding
commissions, will be the president of the
new commission. It was at one time sug
gested that General Leonard Wood was to
have this place, having in view his pe
culiar abilities as an executive officer and
as a sanitary director, but it is now said
that he prefers to remain In his military
surroundings and assume command of one
of the, Important military departments.
The sanitary work outlined for him,
therefore, wilt be undertaken by one of the
regular army aurgeons who has had ex
perience In tropical countries and Admiral
Walker will retain his connection with the
Important work which he initiated several
Kaon Makes Report.
Attorney General. Knox mad his report
on the validity of the title to th Panama
Canal to President Roosevelt today. It was
announced tha,t the report was very ex
haustive and covered about 800 pages.
"synormis of the report Is to be mad public
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Attorney Gen
eral Knox, who -took the report In person
to the White House, declined to give any
Intimation of Its character In advance of
the issuance of the synopsis this afternoon.
man ' ha nnt.. v. ,! I annreolatea the fact that a married woman
courage and expect to redeem themselves In nSt; u'"" "
ino iowi game, many reasons I or xneir ae- A young widower of Snldllnger, near
feat have been -advanced, but the comment Wiesbaden, was about to enter upon wed
of Dr. Mayhew of the Nebraska team, who ?t.foL A "c "'"rnVla;
said that they were overtrained, probably ceremony. Suddenly, the day before the
comes 'as near to the truth as any other, wedding, a messenger came from the rev-
the better foot ball and ao on. The Mln- noned for three weeks, as. In publishing the
banns he had given out the name of the
nesota team has been defeated only twice
In two years.
The Crelghton team Is now working
with one aim, to meet the redmen from
Haskell institute and show them that
mother-in-law Instead of the intended bride,
Persuasion was of no avail. Tne only oi
ternativa for the brlderroom waa to marry
the . mother-in-law If he Insisted on the
nuptial ceremony taking place on the day
originally fixed, and as neither he nor his
fiance was dlsDORed to acceDt this solution
nm.k. .. . Z Vlii . Tr 7 the pair had t6 wait the prescribed time of
Omaha has a foot ball team worthy of a another three weeks. - .
piace among tne leading teams on the
western gridiron. The Indians have an
enviaDie record. Tney scored twice on
Illinois and the way they went through
th Miasouriana was a shame. The MIs-
A vouna- man In Elmlra. JJ. T.. recently
proposed to the girl of his choice, making
the declaration by mall, because he thought
that in that way he could do himself better
justice, lie was In his office a day or two
later when a messenger boy arrived with
sourl men outweighed them, but this could thl" enigmatical telegram: "Isle of View
not make up for the Indians' advantage
In speed and tackling. Haskell haa a team
this year that surpasses ' In ability any
thing It has previously turned eat. The
reputation they gained last year haa
brought .them men to . strengthen their
weak points. They have th advantage of
their, experience In meeting the strong
Ewera. The place from which the dis
patch came was the residence of his In
amorata and he was convinced that th
message had something to do with his pro
posal. But for the life of him he could not
decipher it. as any otner sensmie young
man would do, he went to consult his
mother about It. She read the telegram
over once or twice, shook her head and
then read it aloud. But what she said
sounded like: "I love you yours." The
snatched the message out of his
teama nf the wat lunn !.. I son snatched the messare
ara nut n in in ion r- mother's hand and read It once more. Then
are out towln in 1902. The Crelghton , shouted: "its all right, mother." and
team will have to work hard., long and dashed for the telegraph office, where he
fast to give defeat to their red brothers, eent a return telegram.
The popularity of "SIVENTT-8KVEN."
Pr. Humphreys' Famous Speclfio for Orlp
and Colds, Is due to: .
The eurea and the way they are made.
The quickness of the cure breaking up a
The eotnpletenees ot the cure no ill ef
fects left behind.
The tonlo affect the energy ie sustained
during and attar the oold.
The convenience a small bottle of pleas
ant pallets that fits the vest pocket
At all druggists. K cants, or mailed on re
ceipt of plica. Doctor' a Book Mailed Fr.
Humpnrare' Homeopathio Medicine V.,
corner William, and John streets. New
Standing In Washlnrtnn'a new in old
Christ's church, Alexandria, Harry Bectal
v men ana mainaa jane Aiioway were
married on the 8th Inst. They came to
Washington from New Philadelphia, O., to
see the Grand Army encampment.' IJke
the rest of the visitors who have been
ruling this city since the beginning of the
week, hey did not limit their sightseeing
to the Grand Army, but seised the oppor
tunity to visit every place of historic Inter
est In the neighborhood. Alexandria Is
on the itinerary of those who came to
Washington, and In due course Mr. Winch
and Miss Alloway found themselves in the
famous old church, which contains Wash
ington's pew. Mr. Winch was much Im
pressed, and. turning to Miss Alloway, he
sain: "wouion i it oe a nne tning to go
back to New Philadelphia and say, 'We
became Mr. and Mrs. Winch In Washing
ton's pew?' " Mlsa Alloway 'a surprise at
sZzj ira JUL ir-u BY USING
yet this Is what they expect to do. ' The
result of the game Is awaited with Inter
est. If Crelghton can play In the class
with Haskell there will be b)g games in
Omaha hereafter and th game of foot ball
will have won a place In the. athletic mind
of th city. People seem to delight In
seeing an Indian play foot ball. The gam
seems to have been Invented for him. Fast
en their feet, the aborigtnes have a dis
tinct advantage over whits boys. Fear,
too, is something that , kills the lova for
foot ball, but fear Is unknown to the red
man. Sprains and bruises never cause
him to hesitate, - but ha plays the game
a. w..u..w.ibw - nnniiT Kamsi.k. iki. .
could not be secured, but It is to be hoped quickly abated, and the couple went forth
that all levers of toot ball wll be able I end secured the necessary permission from
to attend on Monday. November 3. fl,Th!J."h A.!!?rK.? "J:
and Mr. Winch were Methodists, and the
Manager Orr of th. Omaha Medic. 'riL ZV
ju.i igiumcu iivu m ujMuf wip io tne I mey were married,
west, during which he .topped at Chey
enne. .He reports that a committee there
representing the Elks has taken under con
sideration the raising of funds to bring to
that city on Thanksgiving day tbe foot ball
tesm representing the University of Den
ver and tbe Omaha Medics. It the commit
tee succeeds' in raising funds sufficient to
pay the expenses of both teams th gam
will ba played under th auspices of ths
Elks of Cheyenne.
The Omaha Dental college has put Into
ths field a team that will probably win
honors for Its school. They are dally prac
ticing against Coach Butler's team, the
Omaha Medics. Tbe Dents are worthy op
ponents to th Medics and the benefits de- I
rived from the daily practice games be
tween the two teams are being appreciated
by both sides of the house.
The members of the Crelghton foot ball
team ara getting their muscle, coated with
Iron and th acrlmm.g practice no longer
cause, gam legs and pet shoulders, tome
of the boys were a little eor after Batur-
nay- game out tnts soon paaaed away
and they would prefer to play games liks
the on last Saturday every week, but
such a contest Is not to be expected on
all aeoaslons. It would be difficult to find
mora perfectly matched teama. equal In
weight .and training. The team, fought
hard from start to finish. Crelghton. form
ations war aunewknt superior, a feetare
which gave than the vtctary.
.'ill-. uii.A J . cjciaini, J ' VI if 1 1 V , H.HUUI
principal of Jersey City, has resigned after
teaching '.n that city (or arty-tour years
Whltelaw Reld of New York and George
B Crothers of Ban Francisco have been
added to the board of trustees of the Stan
Prof. Jerome K. Schneider, the oldest
member or tne Tuns college faculty, hat
lust celebrated his seventy-eighth annlver
sury and Is still in active service at the
head or the Greek department. .
Only fifty-six of the 141 freshmen of the
Northwestern university at Chicago passed
the examination in SDelllna- on twenty com.
mon words, and have been relegated to the
"pity's sakes" class for a "spell."
The newspaper reports of the retirement
of General Alexander 8. Webb front the
presidency of the College of the City of
New York gave his age as 75 years. This
waa crediting the general with eight too
many. He was born on February 15. 1835.
A great many students are enrolled in the
University of California, including students
from Japan, China and the Philippines,
and now young Hindus from India are seek
ing admission, the Idea being to secure
better information In regard to agricultural
ana engineering subjects in California than
can be obtained In England, to which coun
try Indian students have gone in the past.
In the course of a talk the other day
President Eliot gave Harvard freshmen
this advice: "There Is one rule to bear in
mind whether In company or alone don't
think about yourself. Many a fellow popu
lar In college turns out to be a man whose
energies are concentrated wnolly on self
advancement. Give up these thoughts of
self. You no longer belong to yourself ;-you
belong to a society and must live Up to its
Carson Wallace was recently appointed
teacher of the school at Bradenvllle, near
Latrobe, Pa., on entering the school room
the other morning he waa informed by his
biggest pupil, a burly young ruffian, that
he wss going to be licked. Wallace prides
himself on being an expert boxer and In
about three minutes the school bully lav In
a corner with a broken jaw and his eyes in
deep mourning. Then the teacher washed
his hands at the pump and called up the
urn i ciusa in nisiory.
The Brooklyn school board Is having
much difficulty rn securing teachers of sew
ing, dressmaking, millinery, bookkeeping
and stenography for the aenlor classes of
their evening schools. This does not neces
sarily argue that women who understand
these arts ara acarce, but that the further
requirements of a high school education or
three years' experience in teaching a cours
in a professional achool are not commonly
possessed by the candidates. Possibly the
fact that women who know how to make
dresses and hats can earn far more money
by sticking to their respective trades than
by teaching may have a bearing on the
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Cnr 07 Vnnro DR. FMIIEW HAS STOOD BETWEEN HEN
rUr 11 IbdlO AND PHYSICAL RUIN.
27 Years' Experience tor. McGrcw, the Specialist. 17 Years in miss.
Hln sympathy 1b ever extended to those
who seek his sorvlco or advice hence
MEN BELIEVE IN IIIM AND TRUST
EVERY DAY brings many flattering
reports of the good he is doing or the re
lief he is giving.
TUB DOCTOR fully and seriousl
comprehends the extensive responsibility
arising from his great work among men
of all classes.
in Less Than Five Days.
DR. McGREWS treatment for Varl
rwele is given without the loss of a'
single hour's time absolutely no pain
and is the quickest fbrm of curing this
disease that has ever been discovered.
The doctor has devoted 27 YEARS to the
treatment of Varicocele, and It Is but
justice to him to say, without fear of
contradiction, thst his treatment of
Varicocele H AS NO EQUAL ANY
WHERE. AN ABSOLUTE CURE IS
HOT SPRINGS TREATMENT
FOR BLOOD POISON AND ALL BLOOD DISEASES.
Dr. McOrew gives you HOT SPRINGS treatment for Blood DlseaHe and he GUARANTEES better RE
SULTS and better satisfaction, benldes you can takehls treatment rlKht at home, and no one will find out that
vou have this terrible disease. It is quite different when you go to the PtprliiKs, for that trip alone is quite suffi
cient to advertise just what your ailment is. Hare you ever thought of this? All external signs of this disease
disappear at once under Dr. McGrew's treatment, and not a spot or pimple will ever appear to expose-the nature
of your disease. This fact alone is a priceless comfort and consolation to one afflicted with tbts ailment. Dr.
MeUrew GUARANTEES you a PERMANENT CURE for life. Many of the worst forms of Blood Dlseasea
completely cured lu less than 30 days.
cases have been cured of Iost Manhood, Iaih of Vitality, Ixs of Brain Power,
Nervous Debility, Poor Memory, Despoudeiicy, rUricture, Gleet and unnatural
weakness of men.
Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 8:31) p. m. Sundays 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. P. O. Box 766.
OFFICE OVER 215 SOUTH I4TH STREET, BET. D0U8LAS AND FARHAM STREETS.
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