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THE OMAHA RFNTAY WEE: DECEMBER 18, 1010.
The Store with the "Real" Christmas Spirit
10 of Church Ladies' Sales Dcrinj Xm Week
WILL BE GIVEN to the CHURCHES
To Assist in Christmas Festivities for the Children.
Our bct and most suhetsntlnl method of wishing nil Merry hrlstmas.
Thin offer now. In the recognized busiest week of the year. enables you to
extend your help to the church. In a practical way, without expenwe and at
liberal Having In tunny Instances.
The more will lltrrnlly he
turned over to the I-'lrst .in
grefistion clnirch, cuiij uhout
acorn of the Indies
from thin organization will
take places behind our coun
tera, and 10 of all their
ftnla will b given to them
on these two dyi. nh-r
churches will have repre
aentatlvea here on the other
days, which will he an
to come anl
The.V alva widest aenna to
Christmas cheer. In addition
to our special offer numer
oua apodal sales will be in
progress during the week.
The (flrla' Coat Sale, the
Women's Ureas Sale big
saving In wfutera and
other features will he In
force to give even added Im
petus to selling for the.
rnt rovnn proptrs
own m j or.
1518-1520 FA&NAM STREET
1 1 Pl 7 'fcvf lH
braska City. Three candidates are now In
the field and the Hat promises to grow.
The present Incumbent, Frank McCartney,
would like to have four years more. John
W. Bteinhart and v Frank Helvey are
vigorously opposing Postmaster Mc
Cartney's desire to hold on for anothoer
The prealdent today nominated L. F.
Etter to be postmaster at Bouth Omaha
and A. O. Yetter, poatmaater at Coiad.
Representative Klnkuld has recom
mended the appointment of R. II. Mc
Kitiney to be postmantt-r at Mullen to suc
ceed Clara U. Jeffordti, Humphrey, who
The president today nominated John Bell
to be postmaster at Spearfiah, 3. O. This
is a reappointment. In fact Postmaster
Bell has served the patrons of the Spear
fish postofflce for nearly twelve years.
Secretary Balllnger through the secre
tary of the treasury transmitted to con
gress an urgent request for an appropriation
of $3,500 to complete the drafting and field
note writing pertaining to the surveys In
North and South Dakota.
BIG REWARD STIMULATES
HUNT FOR SMUGGLERS
Hundred Thousand i'aid Parr for In.
formation Aftalnat Sugar Com.
bine Bearing Fruit.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-The reward of
1100,000 to Richard Farr for disclosing;
frauds practiced on the customs service
at Its New Tork docks has so stimulated
activities 1n the Informing line" that the
Treasury department has been compelled
to ask tor a large appropriation fur this
purpose. In asking for""n deficiency ' ai
propriation of SyO.OOO Assistant Secretary
Curtles of the Treasury dJiurtment made
the following statement to the house com
mittee on appropriations:
"The real reason why, Irrespective of the
aim of the president, we need more money
' la that we have an Increased number of
foreigners coming in, owing to our own
Increased activities and hope of rewards
similar to Parr's large sum of money. Ths
activities in the informing line are much
greater than they were three or four years
ago, principally owing to the fact that we
are prosecuting the cases with so much
more vigor than formerly and discovering
The urgent deficiency appropriations bill
carrying S996.67J was passed by the hottBe.
today. The bill contains an appropriation
for $80,000 for Klchard Tarr, tho United
States customs Inspector who did so much
In bringing to light the sugar frauds at
the New York customs house. Thla Is the
balance of the $100,000 which Mr. Parr re
ceived for hi disclosures. Mr. Parr Is not
mentioned by name In the bill.
DANISH BANKER TO PRISON
P. A. Alberti, Who Embezzled Trus
. Funds, Given Eight Yean.
SHORTAGE OVEE TWO MILLIONS
He Was Formerly Minister of Jnetlce
and Ills Peculations leased the
' Resignation of Christian,
COPENHAGEN, Dec. 17.-Former Min
ister of Justice P. A. Alberti, the revela
tion of whose banking frauds In the fall of
II .scandalized the country, was sentenced
today to eight years penal servitude.
Alberti suffered a physical collapse In
March, 1909, while awaiting trial and was
removed to a hospital where he remained
until sufficiently restored to face his ac
cusers. Kor fourteen years Alberti had held a
commanding place both In politics and
flnanre. He waa a member of the
Deuntxer ministry and later x dominated
the Chrlstensen cabinet, which he entered
aa minister of justice in 1BU6. As president
of the Bondesstandena Sparkasse, a sav
ings bank, and of the Danish Farmers'
Export association he was the custodian,
really, of enormous funds to which he be
gan to help himself according to his own
confession seven years before he accepted
the portfolio of Justice.
Unpleasant rumors had been In circula
tion for some time before the exposure
came, but the minister was the Intimate
of King Frederick and the idol of the
poorer classes and his financial genius, in
domitable will and brilliant oratory re
peatedly saved him. But the time came
when he could no longer cover his tracks
aud, hard presaed, Albert! confessed that
he had misused the funds of the bank and
that he had systematically robbed the
Export association and its customers from
the day that It began business In Wis8. Ills
peculations amounted, he said, to about
$2,800,000, and the money had been lost In
Bouth African and American mining ven
tures. Popular Indignation was so Intense
that Premier Chrlstensen, who but re
cently had publicly affirmed Aiberti'a
honesty, was forced to submit the resig
nation of the entire cabinet.
CHICACOAN SCANS IOWA LAWS
Representative of Vice Committee Has
Interview with Casson.
LAW ENFORCEMENT HAS OBJECT
Arrest of Mrs. Mary Miller I) I iclo.es
that She Stole to Make Christmas
Gifts and Mae In Starvlna
IKS ' MOINES, ta., Dec. 17. 9peclal
Telegram. )-George J. Kneeland, a repre
sentative of the vice committee of Chi
rago. arrived In the city today to make a
thorough Investigation of the effect of the
new Iowa laws In the matter of putting
houses of 111 fame aut of business. He"
had an Interview today with Senator Cos
son, the author of the law to facilitate
the enforcement of all laws, which was
aimed directly at the enforcement of laws
on social evils. He also had an Interview
with the secretary of the State Board of
Health and Inquired Into the operation of
the commission form of government; and
will make an extended report on the same.
Friends of law enforcement claim that
for the first time in Iowa history, there Is
not an open bawdy house in the state.
Stole for Christmas. '
The art eat of Mrs. Mary Miller and
her subsequent release by the nolle re
vealeft a story of suffering and starvation.
She was cauirlit taking goods from a de
partment store. Investigation at her t"Mne
found she was caring for a Woman In the
last stages of consumption and a little
crippled girl, neither of them her rela
tives, and that she stole the goods for
Christmas presents. All were In a Stat
bordering on starvation.
Orr vs. Jackson, certiorari. Muscatine
county, annulled; Davount & Welch vs.
Chicago, Hock island and Tactflc railway,
appellant. Pot la wattoirne. atllrmed: Htate
va. Harrison Miller, appellant, Clinton, af-
iirmea; uowiruui, appellant, va. City or
Waverly. Hrentec, reversed;- Ktllson vs.
First State Bank of Corwith, appellant,
Hancock, reversed; Lena looser vs. Plain
field Savings bank, appellant, Chickasaw,
affirmed; Durward. appellant, vs. hymair
Hu obeli, defendant, Shelby, affirmed;
Keller vs. Harrison, appellant, Palo Alto,
dismissed; Courtney, sppellaht, vs. Court
ney, Wapello, affirmed; Archer, appellant,
vs. Barnes, Mills, affirmed; Doyle vs.
Duckworth, appellant, Pocahontas, af
firmed; Hlaats, appellant. vs. Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, Dubuque,
affirmed; Bonnell vs. Draper, appellant,
superior court, Shenandoah, affirmed;
Klinginan & Scoular, appellant, vs. Ka
clne Hattley company. Polk, affirmed; State
vs. Undsay, appellant, Jasper; affirmed;
Kirk vs. MacMullen, appellant, Washing
ton, affirmed; Orke vs. McManua, appel
lant, Winneshiek, affirmed.
n.ents would not In any sense be In the
form of minority reports and that they
Would not In any manner, however in
direct, reflect upon the Junior Illinois
South Dakota Millers
Want Lower Rates
They Allege They Cannot Compete
with Milli that Have Advantage
of Interstate Rates.
HI" RON, R. D.. Dec. 17. Special. )-A
meeting of the State Railway commission
was held ' her Thursday to hear com
plaints from the South Dakota Grain
Dealers' association and the State Milling
association. Attorneys Null Royhl of
this city appeared for the grain associa
tion and millers, and A. K. Gardner and
B. F. Farrell of thla city and W. P.
Dougherty of Dell Rapids appeared for the
railway companies. The grain dealers
were especially Interested In an attempt
to establish rates sufficiently low to per
mit shipping of grain from and to various
points in the state. It developed that
every fall it Is found necessary to ship
grain within the state from points where
crops are abundant to sections less for
tunate. This, however, cannot be done
with profit to dealera because of the high
freight rates, hence the attempt for a
lower tariff. The question involved In
which the millers were especially Inter
ested was that of Interstate rates that
would permit South Dakota millers to
compete with foreign millers doing busi
ness within the Stat. South Dakota millers
feel that under existing rates thry are
not given a favorable chance for competi
tion. At the conclusion of the testimony
postponement was taken ' for thirty days
to enable necessary evidence to be brought
Cosmopolitan Club at Aines.
AMES, la., Dec. 17.-(Spedal.)-On of
In the student life of Iowa Stat college
the most Interesting 'recent developments
has been the organisation of what is known
as the Cosmopolitan club, which has a
membership of nearly one hundred for
eigners. The members represent the
Orient, Honolulu, Argentina, Brasll, uba
Mexico, the Scandinavian countrlea. The
sla and other European countries. The
olub Is a member of the International As
sociation of Gorda Fratres, which Is recog
nized by statesmen as a potent factor
toward world's peace and the settlement
of international disputes by arbitration.
Tonight the club gave Its first Interna
tional program. I. Elayda of the Philip
pine islands was chairman. ' )
SMITH BOOSTING PENSION BILL
Iowa Cangtreesman Amonsj tailors
Who Try n Interest Taft I
WASHINGTON, Dec. Ifc A congressional
committee, which Included Representative
Smith of Iowa aad senator Warner of
Missouri, called on President Taft today
to Interest him In the Sulloway bill for
an Increase In the pensions of civil war
soldiers. The bill would Increase the pen
sion Hat from $150,000,000 to $3X.000,000 a
year. It Is understood the president did
not give much encouragement to his callers.
tork Train at Honston.
HOCSTON, Tex., Dec. 17, -The stork
train from New York bearing fifty-three
orphaned foundling babies reached here on
time today and was given a warm recep
tion. The demand for the tiny folk proved
so strong that the quota for the city was
speedily exhausted and the supply designed
for j Antonio narrowly missed being
to Judge Elliot
Attention is Called to Plank in Repub-
iican natiorm of South Dakota
PIERRE, a. D Deo. 17.-6peclal.) The
matter of United States Judgeship is be
coming more interesting each day. The
report was very widely circulated that
James B. Elliot waa to be appointed and
that he had the endorsement of both sen
ators from this state. It has now devel
oped that the republican state platform
for this year contained a resolution oppos
ing the naming of any corporation attor
ney to ait on the bench of the United
State court, and this particular plank Is
now being brought forth by those oppos
ing Elliot's appointment aa a reminder
to the delegation in congress that the peo
ple of South Dakota are opposed to rail
way attorneys being placed In a position
to pass Judgment on state railway legislation.
Moore Denies Berry Charges.
NEW TORK. Dec. 17. Willis L. Moore
chitif of the Cnlted States weather bureau!
wno is in iew lorn, , denied today the
mir oi mismanagement, extrava
gance and Irregularltlea" in his department
made by Jamea Berry, a former employe,
yettterday In Washington.
The Key to the (Situation--Bee Want Ada.
$1 to $150
titer Hug Kllver
33 1 t0 8350
$5 to $1500
Ct T GLASS
$1 to $40
OUK DUKO.D 6 AFAMtE
We contract to refund
amount paid less ten
per cent If article Is re
turned within one year
from date of purchase.
75c to SOOO
$1 to $45
$G to $35
Purchases the most ex
clusive of ornaments
25 to $40
$3 to $15
152 & DODGE .
$5 to $25
Harmony Hanu.net at Mnrahalltnwn.
MARSHALLTOWN, la.,' Dec. 17. (Spe
cial.) The Marshalltown club entertained
as Its guests Friday night seventy-five
railroad officials of western roads and
the State Board 'of Railroad commissioners
at a "harmony, smoker." Practically all
the manufacturers and ' business men of
the city attended. The prominent speakers
were R. H. Alshton, general manager of
the Northwestern, Chicago; K. A. Butter
worth, assistant general freight agent of
the Plerre-Marquette, Chicago; G. L. Sorri
er a, general freight agent of the Great
Western, Chicago, and 8. G. L.uti. freight
traffic manager of the Iowa Central ft
Minneapolis & St. Louis.
Arrested na statutory Charare.
LAKE CITY. Ia., Dec. 17. iSpeclaL)
A warrant waa issued Tuesday of this
week in the court of Justice Thomas Ten-
nan t at Rockwell City for the apprehen
sion of John Delllnger, a farmer residing
west of the town, upon an information
filed by County Attorney F. F. Hunter,
charging: with seduction. Constable Hart
ley served the warrant. Before Justice
Tennant he waived preliminary examina
tion and was bound over to await the
action of the grand Jury. He furnished
a $i,000 bond and was released. The young
woman in the case Is Ada Williams.
Railroads Ask Relief
From Legal Liability
Applications Under Long and Short
Hani Provisions Poor Into Com
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17. Applications
for relief under the long and short haul
provision of the Interstate commerce act
have ;been pouring In on the Interstate
Commerce commission for several weeks,
but more particularly during the last few
days. These applications ask relief from
liability for violation of the long and short
haul provision. It being well known that
the tariffs of every railroad contain In
stances of technical violation of that sec
tion of the law. Authority Is given the
commission to exercise discretion In ad
ministering the law In this particular.
Several weeks ago the commission issued
an order fixing February 17 as the last
day for filing applications for relief, that
date being six months from the effective
date of the law's operation, as fixed In
the law Itself.
To be on the safe side, however, and In
order to preclude the raising of an em
barrassing question In tha courts, subse
quently, the majority of the railroads de
cided to file their applications within six
months of the paaaage by congress of the
amended act regulating commerce. That
period expired today.
Secret Report Will
Not Be Sent to House
Secretary Dickinson Sends Letter in
Answer to One from Speaker
low Neves Notes.
HARLAN Willie, the young son of Wil
liam Gubbells of Panama, In this county,
was kicked by a horse Wednesday and
seriously Injured. --
MARSHALLTOWN Mrs. Joseph Stea
bler of near Haverhill, Marshall county,
was probably fatally injured, when she
fell through a trap door Into her cellar
HARLAN Augusta Thomaa of Wash
ington township has filed a petition for
divorce against her husband, K. H.
Thomas, alleging cruel and Inhuman treat
ment and asking alimony in tha sum of
MELROSE Mary, the little daughter of
Jamea Gleason of this place, la dead, and
James, a son aged years. Is not ex
pected to live as a result of drinking
horse liniment which they found In the
BRITT Fire of unknown origin badly
damaged th building and stock of the
Combs-Elmo General Merchandise com
pany here Friday. The owners place the
loss by fire, smoke and water at $7,000. It
waa partly insured.
MASON CITT Patrick Leonard, "th
Human Sieve," has so far recovered from
the slashing he received about three weeks
sgo that today he was dismissed from the
hospital and was taken to his own home.
He was horribly rut up by a knife in the
hands of Virgin Crow, twelve alashea In
all, and among this number a penetration
of both the posterior and anterior walla of
WASHINGTON, Dec. , 17. Secretary of
War Dickinson today aent to the house a
letter In reply to the MeLachlan resolu
tion concerning the adequacy of national
defense. The letter discusses the situation
briefly, but the secret report recently sub
mitted to the house and withdrawn will
not be resubmitted.
Secretary Dickinson's letter, together with
th speaker's letter to Mr. Dickinson re
turning th secret report, were read to
th house. Mr. Dickinson's communication
mmA it was not compatible with the pub-
lie Interest at this "time to report to tha
house th Information called for by the
This letter was in reply to Speaker Can
non's letter of December 14. The speaker,
after quoting the house rules, saia:
"In view of th above rules. It is highly
Impossible for the speaker to treat this
matter as confidential, If It 1 to r orougnt
to the attention of the house."
The two communications without objec
tion of the house, wer ordered printed.
ALLEGED SLAVER ARRAIGNED
Frank Smith Held for Violation of
Federal Statutes Woman Cou
Frank Smith, arrested by th polo
Thursday on a technical charge, was ar
raigned Saturday morning before United
States Commissioner Anderson on a chare
nr vinlatlnc tha federal whit Slav law.
Eva Latham was arrested by Willis
Adams, Immigration Inspector, Friday, to
gtther with org Pgnagoa. who la charged
with similar offense.
The woman will b held aa complaining
witness. Smith went to Jail In default
of $5,000 and Pgnagos in default of $1.50
ball. Smith's hearing l t for December
2i December 3D U th time for rgnao
CLEAN BILL FOR LORIMER
(Continued from First Pag.)
FOR NEBRASKA Fair.
Iowa I Unsettled.
Shippers' Bulletin Prepare forty-eight-hour
shipments north and west for tem
perature or Ul to lt aDOve, ana easi ana
south ror temperatures oi au io jd above.
Temperatures at Omaha yesterday:
ators Burrows, Bulkley, Gamble, Hey burn,
Frailer, Paynter and Johnston. Of these
senator Bulkley, Frasier and Johnston dtf1
not meet with the full committee today, but
their names wer attached to th report.
in discussing the question of the bribery.
It la understood ths subcommittee was
content with Incorporating In tha report
all of the testimony affecting Individual
member of th Illinois legislature. No
effort was mad to determine th truth or
falsity of thla testimony.
All Testimony Sifted.
Nevertheless the subcommittee sifted all
of th testimony on th subject of bribery
and the conclusion waa reached that Mr.
Lo rimer would have been elected without
regard to the member aald to have been
Influenced by any financial considerations
disclosed or charged, whatever th source.
There was a rumor circulated abput th
capltol today that two or three member
of th committee on privilege and elec
tions would file statements of their views.
Indicating their belief that It had been
shown money had passed between certain
members of th legislature. It was th
understanding, however, that the state-
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BRITON IS SEEING NEW YORK!
Journalist Attempting to Do America
Two Days Has Busy Night.
OPERA, BOWERY AND CHINATOWN
Today He I Isltlnai t.rnnt'a Tomb,
Fifth venne. Central Park, the
Stock Rsrhanae and the
NEW YORK. Dec. 17.-Up bright and
early today despite a late bed time hour
after a whirl about the city, W. R. Holt,
the Ixmdon Journalist, who came on the
Mauretanla for a thlrty-eigh'.-hour visit to
this country, prepared To make the most
of his time today in "doing" New York
before the Mauretanla sailed on Its hollduv
record trip at o'clock thla venlng.
Mr. Holt's twenty minutes In Baltimore
and a similar time In Philadelphia on h's
way from Washington, where he spent twn
hours and a half yesterday, traveling there
on a special train after landing from his
steamer had only whetted his appetite for
the personally conducted trip on whloh
half a dozen newspaper men of New York
look him to see the norturnal side of
metropolitan life last night. ,
The Metropolitan opera, Sarah Bern
hardt, the big restaurants In full bloom In
the late night hours, the Bowery and
Chinatown, were only a few of the sights
the Engllhhman saw befor he was ready
Today his rout Included Grant's tomb.
Fifth avenue In the promenade hour, Cen
tral park, the Stock exchange and the
foreign quarter, together with the city
hall for Interviews with Mayor Gaynor and
other prominent men.
Mr. Hot was evidently taking copious
mental notes throughout his hustling trip.
He showed this by his remarks: "I have
seen a great many typical Americans
fully twenty nationalities, I should say,"
was one of his comments.
A LEAD SALE
Instoad of January 1st.
Every plore of FI R WILL HE NOLO. KOR OI R I'RICEs WILL
COMPEL 1U YIXO.
A complete stock of fonts, Koarfs, BhawU r.nrt Muffs In fvrry
known kind ot fur.
fiEXl INE KI RS (not Imilntlon), at from tO.(K per art to
CET OI R PRICES before you buy.
1508 Douglas St.
Th Key to th Situation Be Want Ada
A e You Deaf?
Hava You Catarrh
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and Other Chronic Diseases,
such as Catarrh of the Stomach,
Liver, Kidneys, Bladder and All
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We Remove the Cause.
We Have Had Years of Success
With Others and Feel That
We Can Help You.
TV0 Weeks' Treatment FREE
W realise, that there are many
who are onable to pay large fees for
treatment, because of th uncertainty
jonnected with the usual methods, so
we have decided to give people a
proof that we can cure them, and the
only charge we will make will be. for
medicines actually used. If you can
not call, write us, and we will ex
plain how wa treat you In your own
Berlin Medical Institute
405-407 Bee Blag., Omaha, Net.
Live Xmas Sugge
Iet us give you a fe
a novel Xmas Rift for
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iff, Bnifvn wwh'vV
Iet us give you a few RiiKfcestlonB for
a novel Xmas Rift for a relative, friend
or for yourself. Why not give some
thing this year which will be entirely
different from the usual run of Xmas
gifts, and which will bring pleasure to
the receiver every day of the year.
for. . . .
A sweet warbling, hearty
and rage at
A self-sustaining globe with goldfish
(no change of water necessary), com
plete with orna
ment, plants, etc.,
A snow-white aja i A cute little
Pomeranian Swiss Fox Terrier
Puppy Vtd pUppy ;i
And the most appreciated present of all, one of our famous
Living &Y2uaic Ooxos, $5
; V. 8. Patent No. ttOfiSS.
A canary with a musical education. Sings entirely different from
any other carrary; sings all day and evening until lights go out. These
birds are directly imported by us from Germany and we guarantee full
Hundreds of other attractive Xmas presents' to select from. Call
and see the finest and most up-to-date bird and pet animal house in
VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME.
EYJAX GEISLER BIRD CO.
1617 FARXAM STREET.
All Things That
Aid the Eyes
are here when you need them. There are
reading glasses, opera glasses, lorgnettes,
linen testers, field glasses, and a host of
others. Not forgetting, of course, our
superior eyeglasses fitted to your vision
after an expert examination of your eyes.
Com and get a pair. You'll look well in
them; you'll see well through them.
HITESON OPTICAL COMPANY
S13 South Sixteenth It.
OFFICE OF THE AVEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Deo. 17. Official record of tern
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period of the last three
years: 1810. Iu9. l&uK. 19o7.
Highest today S SS 31
Lowest today -7 3 ti 22
Mean temperature 18 1 32 28
Preolilitafeon -00 M
Temperature and precipitation depart
ures from the- normal at Omaha alnce
March 1 and compared with th last two
Normal temperature 27
Excess for the day 1
Totnl xca sine March 1 731
Normal precipitation M Inch
Itoficlenry for the day US Inch
Total rainfall sine March L.-UM Inche
Deficiency sine March 1 it t7 Inches
Exevas for cor. period, IMS 4 K inohes
Deficiency for cur. period. HMI. . 4.17 Inches
Indloatea below aero.
U A. WELSH, Local Forcaatr. ,
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Ask the Man Who Owns One
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Do you ever think of the difficulties that this kind of
weather and road conditions present to heavy hauling?
Think of how much of this weather we have during a year.
What is the efficiency of your present method with
Let us give you a demonstration while the snow is on
the ground, and we can show you the efficiency of our
method. This kind of weather we can do the work of
four pair of horses. t
Cdl) us up and arrange. for a demonstration Douglas
Ever since they have been on the market, the sale of
Packard trucks have more than doubled semi-annually.
Half our sales are to previous purchasers. Three tons,
twelve miles an hour, used in 3 lines of business.
EflcscttipSc (Gairaisjo Co,
2213 Farnam Street
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