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THE KEE: OMAHA, TITESDAY. OCTOBER 20, lflU.
By MELLIFICIA. Monday, October 19, 1914.
N little Old New York, they have society editors writing the "ads" for
I the theater programs. I noticed In one of the programs there ,1s a
column on "What Women Will Wear," by Cors Moore, and In another
column a wrlteup on the new double breasted coat for the men. The
following Is from one of the programs:
"Something of the splendor of the east, a great deal or the simplicity
of the west and, Incidentally,, the uncertainty of the times are expressed
in the frenried fashions of the moment. The Incongruity between the call
ror gorgeous fabrics and a necessity to practice economy Is expected to
find its compensation In the soul-satisfaction of being well gowned.
"Details are Important. Skirts are very short, often quite to shoe-tops,
and they are arched across the front or else the hem is uneven. Fremet's
latest model Is gathered all around to the belt and brought Into a flfteen
tnch band at the foot, with a square section deliberately cut out across the
front. ' N
"Naturally the abbreviated skirts call attention to the footgear. A
new slipper has the toe-piece cut very low and then built up with silver
filigree", which may also be set with Jewels, .following this idea, a bit of
handsome embroidery or other material highly contrasting may be inset.
A new Colonial has a longer and more flaring vamp, with Its oval-shaped,
p'aia allver buckle set flat against the toe part."
Sacred Heart Alumnae.
The Sacred Heart alumnae will hold
its annual m-eting Tuesday st Park
rinre. Luncheon will be served at 1
o'clock, followed by th business meet
Ir.C t which the officers for the coming
year will be elected. At 4 o'clock there
will be a nwslcale and tea.
To Honor Bride.
A surprise linen slioaer xrsa Riven at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. 8. Hansen
in honor of Miss Agnet Jourdan, who la
to be an October brldo.
The decorations were American Beauty
rosea and the favor .were little white
bankets filled with randies.
Covers were laid for:
M t we-
A anpH Jourdan.
V.mma Ek strand,
Charles Bromm, .
Members of the Kokunthlnan end
Madorian societies of the Omaha . High
achool were entertained by Lincoln mem'
leta of these ancle'tles for the wek-end
They attended the foot ball same and
were honor aueat at a. luncheon Satur
day at the Llndcll hotel.
In and Out of the Bee Hive
Mrs. Mary K. Emerson has returned to
the city after a month spent In her native
DOUGLASS HEADS MINISTERS
Pastor of First U. P. President of
OTHER OFFICERS SELECTED
MrmWrrs Are t rare te epprt Ike
CI (Isms' Ticket at tke (onl '
Rlectlna for 4kr. Srfcoat
state of New llampshlrs. She was also
entertained at the homes of relatives In
Boston and mvidenre.-
Pr. Waldo rVott, who has been visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pk-ott
and attending the annual meeting of the
t'nlveralty of Nebraska Medical Alumni
ejmoclatlon, has returned home.
Whist Clnb Entertained.
Mica Rheta Ilaamussen entertained the
La Amiga Whist . club on Saturday
afternoon. The prizes were won by Mr.
J. M. Gerhard, Mn. H. V. Buckle and
Mrs. A, I. Faxson. Three tables of pis
er were present. The next meeting will
be la two weeks at tho home of Mr. J.
M. Gerhard. ,
Monday Bridge Clnb.
The regular Monday Bridge club lias
not arranged Its.meetnas for the coming
year as yet, owing to the'abaence of sev
eral of it members from the city.
For School Set. '
Mrs. A. Myer. Is the gueat of Mrs. J
Elvn In Unjoin.
A son Mas born to Mr. and Mrs. Cor
nellua Riley Friday.
Mlas Vera Retch spent the week-end In
Lincoln the guest of Mrs. J. L. Zlmmer.
. Mrs. O'!orsrw Oulld was one of the out-
of-town gueats at a meeting of the Plaits
mouth club held in Lincoln lsat week. '
Rev. A. l. Douglass, pastor of the
Kiret t'nltcd Treabyerlan church, was
elected president of the Omaha Minister
ial union at It regular monthly meeting
at the Young Men's Chrtstlnn sssoclatlon.
The union Is ,made up of most of tho
Protestant mlnlstera of Greater maha.
Other officer chosen for the season
were: Vice president. Rev. C. W. Mc
Caskill, castor of the lUnecom Park
Methodist church; secretary-treasurer.
Rev. E. E. Tamp, paaor of the Swedish
Mission church. The new executive com
mittee will conlat of the president, sec
retary and Rev. 8. It. Yerlan, Uev. A. J.
Morris and Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks.
That the field of mlnlxters Is religion,
rather than politics, snd that their duty
Is to preach the gospel. Instead of playing
politics, seemed to be the prevailing Idea.
Rev. F. P, Hamsay of the;Unlveralty of
Omaha urged the members to support the
good cltlienshlp movement all they could
by 'influencing members tf their congre
gations to vote the right principles, with
out working for any particular party or
Rev. K. A. High, Omaha superintendent
of the Anti-Saloon league, urged the
preachers to support Nsthan Merrlam,
candidate jot tho progressive party for
congress In this district. , -
in South Dakota
is Very Expensive
A new wsy to relieve unsuspecting
visitors of aurplus cash wSs shown the
police when Abner Mile of Winner, 8.
P., comitilncd that hie "political in
fluence" cost him $W.
He admitted with reluctance and after
much questioning by three strangers
whom he met st the depot, that he was
quite Influential in Winner, he told the
After making . the admission, the
strangers forced htm to acorpt the Joo
of state chairman of the Bouth Dakota
democratic) commutes at a salary of
month. He waa to use his influence
for President Wilson. . After contracts
had been duly signed tip. ha cashed a
cheek for one of the three man who
forced tho good Job upon him. The
check waa for 115. .which amount Miles
now mourns, because, unfortunately,
Bouth Dakota lias a very efficient demo
cratic state chairman already.'
BRADY'S NAME ON TICKET
Jnd.ge Sears Holds Candidate May
Go Before Voting Public
SAME HAD BEEN WRITTEN IN
, in .
mil Oppose Jadge Bryee Crawford
far the. Of flea of Coaaty Jade.
at tke Kleetlaa Here
T. K. Brady's name will b printed on
the official clix tloit ballots as a cendidste
for county Judge, the result of a decision
or Mrtrtct Judge W tills O. Pears, refus
ing to snjoln the election commissioner
from placing Brady's name on the ballot, j
Judge Crawford, incumbent, complied
with the nonpartisan Judiciary law before
the primary election, his filing fee having
been paid and several thousand voters
having signed petitions that be b a can
didate. Brady's nam was written in on
the ballot by fifty-four voters, and the
election commissioner prepared to place
Brady on the same footing, with Judge
."rswford In the general election, although
Unyly had. not even paid a primary filing
As a citizen, Arthur Mullen filed suit
1 to enjoin th election commissioner from
carrying out his intention, and numerous
citations and arguments were presented
In court lajtt week. Judge Hears ssld In
handing down his decision Monday that
the present primary system was th suc
cessor of the party convention.
Judge Feara'sald It was more a question
of voters' rights than candidates' right.
Attorney Mullen will appeal th case to
the supreme court, so as to get a flnsl
interpretation of the law, but the question
an not be settled before the. November
election. Brady wiU, therefore, be con
eidered a candidate against Judge Craw
ford, who had no competitors before.'
HABEAS CORPUS GRANTEO
AGAINST POLICE OFFICERS
Hams, alias Evelyn Byrne, who were ar
rested and held In Jail over flunday on
chargea of being auspicious characters
The -writs were Issued against Chief of
Polloe Henry W. Punn, Chief of Petec
Uvea Maloney and Officer Joe Hell, on
complaint of Franklin. Maloney aald lie
had ordered the arrest of the pair on In
formation which led hint to think an In
vestigation was advisable. Judge English
held that there was no showing of the
right of the police to hold the couple, and
no Immediate Intention on the part of the
United Hates authorities to file a com
plaint. . i u .
Judge Junes P. English of the criminal
ourl lias allowed writs of habeas corpus
and ordered the discharge of Ben Frank
lin, alias Fred Thomas, and Irene Wll-
Ccfere D:by Arrive
Farmers Plant All
Winter Wheat Seed
The seed tlm, the growing snd ths hsr-
vesting season having practically ended
so far as Nebraska is concerned, the
Burlington is out with its last crop and
soli report of the year. Th Issuance of
ths reports will be resumed next spring
In the Burlington a crop report of
current date, It la asserted that all over
Nebraska, wfth the-exccptlon of a small
area In the southwest corner, plowing and
the seeding of winter wheat hss been
completed, . In th southwest cectlon the
Planting Is W per cent finished.
Everywhere the conditions sre th roost
favorable In years, Th soil la thor
oufhly welted down to a depth of elgh
teea to twenty-four. Inches' and in many
of the fields the new grain Is up and
covers th ground. In on or two coun
tie in th southeastern part of the atata
there are evidences that tho 'Hessian fly
is at work.
Meadows, snd pastures continue to re
main green, many sections of th state
not yet having been visited by front
Potatoes, th state over, are a fair crop
and sugar bees, now being pulled and
shipped to th factories, are yielding from
tea to fifteen tons per acre.
"Made in America"
Week "in Haydens
Old Burgomaster '
Urges Calm and
Dignity to Eqcmy
William Newton, pres.derit of the I las-
kins RrotherS aV Co., soap makers, w-as'
one of the many Omahans In Europe dur-i
Ing the early stagea of the war and was
In Onurtral. Trance, now figuring proml-i
nently In the dispatches. While he was
there the old burgomaster, who had
served In that office for thirty years, pub
lished n appeal constraining Vila people
to preserve "calm and dignity" toward
the enemy, especially prisoners of war,
wounded or not. The following Is a copy
of the quaint sppesl. which Mr. Newton
brought home with him, as he was so Im
pressed with Its simplicity and benevo
lence and -the spirit of affection existing
between the old burgomaster and his
Vllle de CVvirtral, Avla Important, a la
Population Courtralslenne: I am about
to make an appeal to your reason and
your sentiments of humanity.
If In the course of the unjust war which
we are now enduring it happen that
French or Belgian troops bring Oernian
prisoners to our city. I beseeih you to
maintain rour calm and dignity. '
These prisoners, wounded or not. I shall
take under my protection, because I say
that they are not really to bis me for acta
whlrh they have been erdered to do under
threat of cruel punishment. '
Yes, I shall take them under my pro
tection because tny heart bleMis to think
that they, too, have left behind those dear
to them an aged father, an old mother,
a wife, children, sinters or aweehearts,
whom separation haa plungedjnto deepest
Do not forget when you see these pris
oners passing by, I beg of you, and per
mit yourself to shout out at and Insult
them. Keep, on the contrary, to respect
ful silence appropriate to thinking men.
hollow citiaens, tr in these grave and
painful rlrciimetnticea you will listen to
my advice. If you will recall that It is
now thirty years that I have been your
burgomaster, and during all that time of
hard work I have never asked a favor of
you, I feel sure that you will obey my
request, and on your aide you may b
sure that my gratitude will not be want
ing. (Signed) A. KKYNBART.
Were You Here Bright and Early Monday Morning
To Get Your Share of the Extraordinary Bargains in '
Blankets, Comforters, Linoleums
Tho quantities we had for this
EXAMPLE OF UfiOLEUU BARGAINS
12-Ft. Wide Linoleum
alnea TTp to 8Se Far Yard
Big assortment of tile patterns,
wood effects, blue and white and
conventional patterns. Full rolls
Never before have we offered 11
foot wide linoleums as low as
these prices. Per 7 -J ig
square vsrd nu
EXAMPLE OF BLANKET BARGAINS
Wool Filled Blankets
Vaually Weed $3.80 or Mora
Pins TauSool f Hied blankets made
of soft wool on a cotton chain,
will wear splendidly and will not
shrink. White, gray "V"'tzed
plaids and checks. For ll-"'z
hrrts. Sale price, " JZ.50
rter - tr'.
SPECIAL TRAIN TO CARRY
ROOTERS TO LINCOLN
Amos Thomas' of th Omaha alumni ot
the t'nlverstty of Nebraska has procutrd
Hti tickets to the Michigan-Aggie game In
Lincoln Saturday for disposal In Omaha.
Thomas tried t obtain more, but the de
mand is so great in Lincoln that Quy
Reed limited th number of tickets to. be
sold here to MO. A special train will leave
here GaturdaV on the Burlington at
It w.)l arrive in Uncon at 1:46 and the
gam will atart at t:K Coming back ths
train will tear Lincoln at 5:30,
Patterson Wrathy .
Before the Council
"I know you're one of the. city com
missioners," ssld V. C. Patterson to
Commissioner Mcttovern st the city coun
cil meeting. "And I also know you try to
be the whole commission whenever you
can. I'm a heavy taxpayer In Omaha and
I deserve a hearing before this body, but
I am nof getting It from you," he continued-
Tatterson was before the council in sn
effort to have eleventh street between
Hickory and Dorcas vacated twenty feet
on each aide of the road to narrow the
street from 100 fet to 60 feet. II 'pos
sessed a petition signed by owners of the
rrgtjority ot the . property, but he was
opposed by representatives of the property
owners who had not signed the petition
and Commissioner McOovern persisted In
learning Mr. . Patterson's Idea In wishing
the street narrowed. Thus the storm.
WAGER COMMERCIAL AGENT
- OF THE-GOULD LINE HERE
F. L. Feakln. commercial agent for the
Missouri Pacific, haa been promoted to
the position of New Kngland freight agent
for the same company, with headquarters
In Boston, succeeding II. B. Drlcsdale,
deceased. Here Sir. Feakn will bo suc
ceeded by C. E. Wager, for a long time
With the Missouri Psclflc, ' for tho last
year connected with the t. Louis offlors.
The appointments are sffectivo at once,1
"A Woman's Own Fault if She Looks
Over 35 Until 90"
!Be Beautiful, 9 Tim a Woman's Duty"
Mm: De La Vie
. "Made In America" goods ar bring es
plotted this week In all departments
Ilaydoit Bios. store, whore au effort Is
being made to enow that this country is
cspaul of outfitting itself evea If war
In Europe is shutting off Importations
from the countries Involved. American
f manufacturers ar determined ta do their
' bart In wlnntna' Industrial inrlniii1.n
for this country and they ar asking the
support of the American consumers.
UNCORSETED EFFECTS ARE
CORRECT FOR THIS SEASON
"Th Completion of the Troper Founda
tion" la theMltle of a Utile playlet which
DiwUng aeveral weeka of exneetaner
thire is a splendid external embrocation
Jn our "Mother's Friend" In which
thousands ot women have th most
.iboutiJd confidence. They have used
it and know. They tell of Its wonderful
influence to ease the abdominal muscle
and how the avoided those dreaded
KtretchUtg pains that are so much talked
r.bout. This safe external application la
gently u(M cw the akin to rearter It en
amenable to th natural atretching which
U undergoes. Ibe myriad of nerve
thread jost beneath the skia Is thus
relieved of unnecessary pain-producing
reuses and great physical relief la th
result as eximssed by a host of happy
ii.uti.ers who writs from persuuaj
It la a subject that all women should
t familiar with as "Mother's Friend"
J hi brn in use many years, haa been
i:u en the moot aevere test under roust
ail trying condition and ta recommended
I y women who to-day are grandmothers
! who ll their earlier years Isarnad
Ij r-ly upon this splendid aid te women.
"Mothers Friend" Ss declared by a
n,iM.tiX9 of women to- be Just what el
je'tanl muhrttod reoulrea.
I ou can uMjiiii "Mother's Friend" at
!mft any 'rug stui. Get a buttle
ltir snd Ihm vlts for our little bok.
.Ar! Irr-a i.'""' id li-uLtur Cu., tl'i
Jiur l.-'e-, Ab.uta. s .
will be staged every afternoon between
the hours of i and I for th nest two
weeks at the Burgee Nash store. The
demonstration la for the benefit of all
women who wish to be well gowned and
well groomed. . t
Th character In the sketch are taken
by two models, one attired In finished
street costume or evening dress, the other
negligee. Mrs. A. H. Jonea of New
fork City, rey.-tcntallv of the Uten
Jolie eorsetierea. lectures snd compares
the two figures, disrobing the one figure
snd attiring the second to tilustrst tier
Mrs. Jones' measag la ' that straight
lines and the uncoraeted effect ar still
ths correct thing tor th coming season.
Pte.r (aikmrlta Tatsleta.
You will Ilka their positive action. They
have a tonlo effect oa th bowwis. and
give a wholreome. thorough cleansing to
th entire bowel tract. tlr the liver te
halthr activity and keep stomach sweet.
Constipation, headache, dull, tired feeling
neve- afflict these whu uxs Foley Cath
artic Tablets. Only c Specially com
forfijnf to stout persons, who e,n)oy th
light and freo feeling they. give. All
dealers everywhere. Advertisemnt.
Under Direction el
Mme. De La Vie
Tilt World'! Greatest
Authority on . ,
Loudly Praised by
Press and Puhllo
Bverrwhere. WU1 be at the
V. Matinee Only, I P. M, " '
A Highly Interesting Program
Iachiding the'Oreat Operatic Star,
MISS BEATRICE VAN LOON. .'" .
v sm rscsuur wun mnes cana,
and widely known as the Holland
Dutch Prima Donna, and
Operwtta Baritone j
Kach haa a wonderfully pleasing
Yoke and comes highly recom
mended. SOCIETY DANCERS
Grace and Vincent Coleman all
tfee lateat dancet.
MME. DE LA VIE
.'Fifty Mlantew la BeautyUnd"
and explain why a woman should
never look oyer 85 years and how
to have and to hold a husband, etc.
. Mme. D las Vt and thousands of women of note highly recom
mend the famous "Meloroee" Preparations and Wtllard White Co-'a
Vaucalr Oalega Tablets, the wonderful fjesh builder, developer
and tonic. N
. Fre Blseoi Music and Free Perfume ' '
Wlta each purchase of these preparations. ' '
FR reservea seat Uckats at our Drug and Toilet Goods
Department. Mala Floor. "
R! i j K ,.
llffolinXoHr ii A)!!iO!ll
Xevcruch crowds as we had in this store since the do'ors opened Monday tnorn
injr. But there was plenty reason for it for never have we offeretl such bargains-in
Blankets. Comforters. Linoleums and Floor Oilcloths.
sale were so enormous that
there is plenty of everything
left for you if-you could not
come before Tuesday. You
will find some big bargains
in our Blanket and Comfor
ter section in the Basement,
An1 wl MISS T I llrtl allim fsll1
Floor Oilcloth section on the Third Floor. All people who came to this paio.uonua
and didn't buy enough, may come again Tuesday with full assurance of finding com
plete assortments in all, or very nearly all of the items. ...
Tuesday may be your last chance at these prices--make the most oft
BASEMENT BARGAINS TUESDAY
' Making money go a long way is the first purpose of this great Basement of ours.
Here is where your economical tendencies find fullest satisfaction. Never fail to visit
the basement on your shopping tour it is a mecca" of bargains every day the
busiest business spot in Omaha.- Tuesday's offerings include:
Suits. Coats and Dresses Sale Tuesday in Basemen!
At prices that save you money. All new up-to-date
garments, copies of high priced models, made of good
dependable goods. - , 1
1,000 Splendid Suits for Women and Misses
Divided Into Several Money Saving Price
$0 ' 7L? F0R WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS,
fi J Worth to $15 Many samples in this
Vsrinns Ion ret li pVnti finei n 1 1 -TC rvl
materials-r-Serges, Novelty Goths, Rough. Materials
Every new style foature. '
FOR WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS,
$15 Values Dozens of pretty new. styles
in all the new fall colors and black. Many
of these suits are made of fine novelty crepe worsted,
with new cape coat and Russian tunic skirts.
'FOR WOMEN'S SUITS Worth $17.50
and $19.0!) Made of fine Broadcloths,
Poplins, Men's wear Serges, fancy and
plain. All the new long coats, new collar and vest ef
fects.. Fine linings and trimmings." Dozens of styles;
all sizes. ' Many extra sizes also, , '
Children's Dreesee and Rompers,
Bices 2 to 6, Rompers Flannelette
' aand Wash Drosses in stripes,
checks and solid colors; all good
materials; 39c and 60c OC
values. Special Tuesday. wOC
Women's Fancy Waists. .Silk. Nt
Walsts and Velvet "Waists; all
good styles:' mostly small aires.
Values up to $2.50. Hundreds
to select from Tucs- syj
day at 4VC
Children's Dutch Aprons, Btrtped '
and solid colors; good wash
materials; ages 1 to 6 years.
39c values. Special for nn
Tuesday at aoC
fm-m is as sasaaxsjjss ssaBBS?sjBsssaSaBVaSSjsjBSflSna
800 Splendid Dresses on Sale Tuesday
800 Splendid Dresses in all the hew fall styles, ' Fine.
Satin, Silk, Poplin, Crepe de Chine, Serge, Satin and
Serge combinations, in black and all, the new shades.
.Women's and Misses' sizes.
$3.98-For Silk and Wool Dresses, worth $5.00 and $6.00
$4.9&-For Silk and Wool Dresses,-worth, $7.50 and $8.50
$6.98 For Silk and Wool Dresses, worth $10.00.
$8.75 For Silk and Wool Dresses, worth $12.50 and $15
Women's Press Shoes Patent
. leather and dull leather; good
up-to-date styles in nearly all
sixes. Worth $2.60 to $3.00.
Special Tuesday, in f QO
basement, pair vleUU
Telt rur Trimmed Slippers Leathor
soles; all sires in an assortment ot
colors. . In basement, QRft
Tuesday, pair... . OU
Boys' School Skoee In button and
Blucher lace. B trons. neat styles;
all alaes. In basement (I CQ
Tuesday, pair I sU3
Womsa's Jollei Slippers Soft kll,
flexible leather soles. Patent tip
' or patent. stay; rubber heels. All
slses. v In basement Qftn
Safaats Soft Sol Shoe Dainty
liatterna and combinations of col
ors. .Worth SOo pair. In
basement Tuesday, pair
Flannels, Percales, Prints
And Other Wanted Fabric Sale Tuesday..Ba$ement
Se-Xaeh Brass Percale 84x84 cloth.
Kest grade ilumaon and other ftn-
est makes. Neat dots snd fig
ures, lisjnt and dark srnunda.
l.'ao values, Tuesday
Wbito Somas and Sfcekr riaaael
Kxtra heavy irrade. warm and dur
able, sc value. Tuesday
rancy Oatlna; rianael 27 inches
. wide. In pink and white and blue
and white etrlpea and checks.
Lencth up to It yards' Rem
nants and shorts of our regular
so and 10c values. To close
out Tuesday, yard.. ,
Ooauia Serpentine Crop In a
choice assortment of kimono and
wrapper designs. Lngtha up to
It. yards. tlastly matched color
ings, absolutely fast, lie snd 18b
values. To aloee out
Bleached Muslla 3 inches wldo.
Fine soft finish, good quality off
. the bolt. Kegular ?c value.
I s 'Miiim
aantiful Spoags Weave Tall Suit-
. "s r.xira wuigni, strong and
durable, in all the lateat shade.
Washes perfectly. lSlic value.
Se-Xnok, Curtail Sorixa Fine quaU
. ity; latest designs and colorings;
pretty stained effects. Regular
lit Ho value. Tues- AIAa
day, yard... .............. 0728
Taaoy Colored Ontlag riaasel 36
inches wide. In all the new
shades, stripes, checks, etc. Extra
weight. a; He vslue. Special Tues-
Zres OlngliamB and Syphars Fine
qualities, neat checks, plaids ana
stripes, faat colors. Lengths up
fto SO ysrds." To valu. At9 f
Special, Tuesday, yard ...." W
Dress Calico and Printa In all ths
old reliable styles and, colorings
ao much in demand for inexpen
sive wrappers, house dresses and
children's wear, (o value. Tues-
s - 'rr ' "9, - r '-a mi
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a? V-'JB H
The Elms Hotel
Frank F. Dunlap, Managrr,
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
x vfc'y paradise for overworked
and nervous people.
Home of the most wonderful
healing waters In the w orld.
FINE GOLF COURSE
Send for BooVlot.
Tuesday, Oct. 20
0 P. til. .
Kn. Ooorsro te eae of tae ablest
puhUo speakers of ta ooaasry.
s ITearasfca eagagessoata as
aoada aadsr the enaplooe of tae
sTattoaal assoelsttoa Opposed te
Woaaaa Surfraa-a, Ta spsakas
will be UtroaaooA by Xoa. Joaa
K&S. A. J. OEOKOB, of Bostoa Ik Webster.
SEATS FCEE! EVEDYDCDY inVlTEC! RO CGLLECTIOH
fslrs.A. J. dcorgc
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