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THFi HKK: OMAHA, TUESDAY. JUNK
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Electrie teas, B7.BO. Burtess-Orandsn.
ateve et Mat n New Bmcob Fraai
KaaJataw frvotoacy Tba lie plate
dinner served, at Be Ml la hotel.
Teatar-e OmiM Men flW'
classified amriion today, end appears la
Tee Pee BXCLUUVBLT. rind out what
Ue various roevlna; picture theaters of fee.
Pt. W. P. Wkerry announces the sev
erance of his assoclstlon with lr. F. 8.
Owen en the establishment or him tem
pera rr offices at eulto Kit, Braadeis thea
eat Xle Wife C. M. Wine, Twenty
slsth and Cumrns; street, wss arraigned
In police court, charged with beating and
abusing Ma wife. It being hla third of
fense, he waa sentenced to ninety day
In county Jail.
Xerdware Dealer te MlaaeepoUs
Th Great Western morning train to
Minneapolis carried a special car tilled
with Omaha and Nebraska merchants
going to the national convention of the
netafl Hardware Dealers association.
Delegatea te CI Tie Xeffe H. M.
Ilogere, John Beklne and Harry Ryan are
te be delegates from the Assoclattl Re
taller to the Omaha Civic league The
appointment of these men has beeu just
announced by President Charles R Kher
man of the Associated Retailers.
Batcher Chop Bobbed A boy of
bout II year was seen to emerge from
Jim Kunel's butcher shop. 13J0 South
Thirteenth street, early Sunday morning,
at an hour when the plac of business
was olosed. Later Investigation resulted
In the discovery that the place had been
rsnsacked and some smAlt change stolen.
Bamlsr la limed tamer Calmer,
charged with Insulting passersby in the
vicinity of Twentieth and Oastellnr
M reels, was fined f.'i and cowls In police
court. The arresting officer testified thsj
Hamler Is a member of a crowd of young
fellows who make a practice of making
life miserable for pedestrians in thst dis
trict. Want te llad Ker Ion Mrs. J.
Murray, 190 East I'niversity avenue, St.
Paul. Minn., has written to Postmaster
Wharton for aid In finding her son, John
Murray, who, she says, Is lying 111 some
where in Omaha. She says she is worry
ing about him day and night, and begs
that be will write and at least tell her
where he Is. There are a number of this
name In the city directory.
rirst Freebyterlaa rlemie gator day
The annual picnic of the First Presby
terian church, and Sunday school will be
held Saturday afternoon and evening at
Elm wood park. - Special street cars will
take the youngster and grownup to the
park, leaving Fifteenth and Harney
street at MO o'clock. The committee
1p charge includes Mr. and Mrs. PkuI Q.
Luc) and Ouy Ross. In addition to an
enjoyable program of sports and games
they are arranging some "wonderful
ests," they say.
JITNEY BOND TO BE i
FIXED AT $10,000
Occupation Tax i to Be Placed at
$60 a Car for the Four-Pas-lengtr
LIABILITY IS TO BE LIMITED
At a meeting of the committee of
the whole the city council agreed
that the proposed jitney regulation
ordinance should contain a provision
that each jitney should furnish the
city liability Insurance of a maximum
of $10,000, with a limitation of
$2,500 for any one death, the maxi
mum to be increased at the rate of
$1,000 per 6eat on cars having more
than ten seats. It was explained
that liability protection would oper
ate In this way: Assuming that an
accident caused four deaths, the lia
bility would be $2,600 In each case;
If there should be one death and sev
eral accidents, the liability would be
$2,500 for the death, and accident
liability to the extent of $7,500.
A local bond company man Informed
the council that the proposed liability in
surance would cost the jitney men 116 per
month, assuming that a reasonable
amount of tho business could be secured.
Waati Blanket Bni.
Attorney Thurston urged that the
ooundl take cognisance of a jitney in
corporation being formed and that a
blanket bond bo accepted for the Jitney
operating in the name of this company,
rather than requiring separate bonds for
The occupation tax feature was placed
at HO a year for car carrying four or
loss pasrengors. with a proportionate In
crease for larger seating capacity.
The ordinance will be brought up Tues
day morning for passage, The proposed
inspection of cars by the superintendent
of polloe has been eliminated. Requiring
jitney drivers to follow definite and ap
proved routes and maintain proper lights
and signs are features which have been
retained in the ordinance.
John O. Telser of Dundee expressed
disappointment ove the Jitney situation.
When this new transportation Idea was
started here he believed he would be
able to ride from Dundee and back, but
up to date he has not had a jltuey ride,
RAIN GOOD FOR ONE TRADE
Shoe Men Report Their Business
During; Le.it Six Weeki Hai
Been Unusually Brisk.
ALL LINES HAVE GOOD TRADE
Omaha shoe dealers are mopping their
brows and getting a breath of air now
that the rainy weather has stopped for
a moment and wnrm. dry sunsMne has
taken Its pisce. The shoe men ere catch
ing the breath they did not have time
to catch during all the half dosen weeks
of rainy weather. For shoe men have
been especially busy and have made
what they call a rich harvest during
Just as sure as the old saving. "One
man's loss is another's gain." Is a true
maxim, so sure la It that while some
classes of business fall far behind dur
ing a rainy apell, the shoe business Is one
that profits during such a apell. It Is a
recognised fact that rainy weather sells
shoes, and the rainy spell Just experi
enced has been no exception. The shoe
man explains It by the fact that wet
weather draws a man's attention to the
fact that hlj sole Is thin or entirely worn
til Boslaveea God.
Business In all retail lines has been ex
ceptionally good, however. In Omaha
during all the rainy spoil, aooordlng to
J. V. Metcalfe, secretary of the Asso
ciated Hetr-llera. who keepa a close tab
on the puis, of retail activities. "BumI
nese In all lines In the department stores,
I have reason to believe," said Metcalfe,
"shows an increase over the spring busi
ness of last year. All large stores report
an Increase In the spring business over
last year In spite of the rain.
"A few warm dnys now and the sum
mer goods will go In good shape. The
retailers have good stocks of summer
goods. They have been conservative In
buying, but they are well supplied. They
look for aii excellent business in the next
COMES BACK FROM
Eulaliui Groh, Returned Missionary,
Tells of Conditions in Hon
duras and Guatemala.
QUEER CUSTOMS OF COUNTRY
Wife of Joliet Warden
Burned to Death in Bed
He Rahs for Bryan
And Lands in Jail
" 'Ray fcr Bryn," shrieked Jasper
Kmart, Tenth and Davenport streets,
having looked upon fermented grape juice
and found It good.
"Ivook been, ma-an, don't you all go
cheerin' eny of them for'n powehs around
yeah,' cautioned Luke Bowes. Ethiopian,
cf the. sams locality. . .
'"Kay fer Wlllyum Jenkins Bryn." per
sisted Jasper In tones like unto Bllas.
bout an hour later Jasper awoke at
Polloe headquarters, whither he had been
wafted by a passing policeman. Feebly
he raised himself on one elbow and mur
mured, "I'm neuter."
MAIDA REARRESTED AS
SOON AS HE IS RELEASED
Daniel Maids, who pleaded guilty to)
sending obscene letters through the malls
and a sentenced to sixty days in jail
after a tearful plea before Judge Lewis
in federal court, was rearrested at the
expiration of his sentence and will be
remanded to Wyoming where the govern
ment ha a similar charge against him
He Is also wanted at Joliet, IU., for
violation of his parole while serving a
sentence in th Illinois penitentiary.
MANY TO COME TO OMAHA
TO SEE THE LIBERTY BELL
A delegation from Tekamah, another
from Blair, and still others from many
towns In the state are expected to be In
Omaha July to see the liberty Bell
when it Is parked for a few hours In
Omaha en route to the Ban Francisco ex
position. Former Pennsyivanlans are
taking an especial Interest In the coming
of the bell since It Is particularly a rello
of Philadelphia, as well as a relic of the
greatest national significance.
JOLIET, 111., June 21.-Mrs. Edmund
M. ' Allen, the young wife of the warden
of the state penitentiary here and former
comic opera favorite, was found dead
and burned, today In her bed In the
warden's suite In the penitentiary.
A wound on the left temple and the
rapidity with which the flames charred
her body almost beyond recognition gave
rise to the belief that she had been
stunned by a blow on trie Head, and her
night clothes soaked with alcohol and
A bottle which had contained alcohol
was found in the -room,' together with a
heavy water bottle which might have
been th instrument with which she was
struok. An examination showed she bad
not been outraged.
Mrs. Allen was formerly a prima
donna of a company presenting "The
Merry Widow." Her maiden name was
Odette Malsee Bordeoux, and her home
Los Angeles, where an aunt and cousin
still live. She was) M year old.
Joseph Campbell, a negro convict, who
acted a the Allen' house servant and
who lived In the warden's suit was
placed la. solitary confinement after a
committee of prison officials bad investi
gated the fire. He will be charged with
murder, It was said.
Marks on Man's Body
Point Toward Murder
Was the body or an unidentified negro
man murdered and then placed on the
railroad tracks at Fourth and Poppletnn
avenue early yesterday morning, or was
the unfort'unate victim struck down by
a switch engine?
The police will try to solve the question
The body of a negro man, garbed In
laborer's attire, and about 35 years
of age, was found early Sunday morn
ing, badly mangled. At first it was sup
posed that he had been killed while tres
passing upon railroad property, but in
vestigation made by Coroner Crosby
yesterday afternoon pointed strongly
toward murder Instead of accident al
Wounds In the man's fice and skull
that appeared to have been made with a
hatchet, ami which would seem impossi
ble to have resulted from the locomotive,
were found. Coroner Crosby said.
The head was several feet away from
the track, severed, as though by guillo
tine. So mark of identification could be
found upon the corpse, and no one In the
neighborhood could be found to identity
sleep In the beds thst they mluht of
There are shout twenty different dia
lects spoken among the Indians, and the
only pert of the Mule to,wrilch they have
ncceoe Is the Ropp I of St. Msrk, which
has been trsnslstrd Into one of these
VIENNA (Via Amsterdam and Lon
don), June 31 An Austrian official state
ment concerning the bombardment last
week by Austrian war vessels, of stovsral
points on the Adriatic coast of Italy, ha
been given out as follows:
"Several of our cruisers and torpedo
boat unit on Thursday and Friday under
took aa expedition along th Italian coast
from th frontier of the empire to Fano.
They damaged the semaphore stations
at the mouth of the Tagllamento river,
near Peaaro. and the railway bridge
near Rlmlnl, across th Meturo and
Arolla rivers. All the units returnsd
For Martin Langdon
Funeral services for the late Martin
Langdon were held at St. Peter's Catholl
ohurch yesterday. Rev. J. F. McCarthy
officiating. Burial was In Holy Hephulcre.
The funeral was largely attended by
many of the old setters of both Doug
las and Sarpy counties. All of the chil
dren of the deceased wore present, a son.
Dr. Frederick Langdon of Butte, Mont,,
having arrived yesterday morning.
The pallbearers were:
Jonathan Ed wards
F. J. Langdon '
I. J. Dunn
Of the honorary
M. J. Feenan
R. N. Downey
T. J. Fttsmnrrls
K. C. Langdon
pallbearers, all were
members of the Association of Douglas
County Pioneers, of which Mr. Langdon
had long been a member. Thers was
a profusion of flowers, sent In by friends.
Bulallus N. Groh, returned missionary
from Honduras and Ouatamala. gave an
address on Christian work In those
countries In place of his usual sermon In
8t. Mark's Lutheran church last evening,
and made a plea for more missionaries
to go to theao difficult fields.
"Of the flv republics of Central Amer
ica. Honduras opens Its doors the widest,
but Is the most difficult field." said Mr.
Clreh. "These five republics are Ouata
mala. Honduras. Ban Salvador. Nicara
gua and Costa Rica.
In Pan Salvador there are numerous
llttl congregations of believer who were
established by workers from the Amer
ican Bible society and the British and
Foreign Bible society, but these congre
gation are mostly without pastors.
"Traveling about the country Is very
difficult In Honduras, much more so
than In Ouatamala. In the latter country
there are good road. There Is not even
a railroad crossing the country from th
Atlantic to the Pacific side. When we
want to make a trip we go to the town
hall and hire Indians to carry our bag
gage. This costs a trifling sum, and w
can often sow gospel seed as we walk
along with these hired baggage carriers.
Few Wssas Roads.
Tn Honduras there are hardly any
wagon roads st all. The railroad mileage
of th, country is fifty-four miles, and a
train runs on this road every other day.
"The government of Honduras Is not as
stable as that of Ouatamala. We had
the latest revolution In Honduras only
four years ago. In Ouatamala. on the
other hand. President Cabrera has ruled
with an Iron hand since 1896. He Is the
Porfirlo Dlas of Guatemala Many sus
pected of plotting against him have been
imprisoned and executed and others have
been exiled and had their property con
fiscated. One plot, nearly succeeded. A
largo quantity of explosive was dis
charged under a street where It was
known he would pass. The horses and
coachman were blown to pieces, but the
president escaped unscathed.
"His firm rule Is a good thing for ths
country and for the evangelisation of the
people. During a recent smallpox epl
demlo he called to his palace a man with
whom I waa working, Dr. C. F. Socord,
known to many In Omaha, and had him
vaccinate thousands of Indians.
"Bllver has disappeared entirely from
circulation in Ouatamala. There Is only
paper and nickel money. As a conse
quence it value ha depredated until
now 1 In Ouatamala money Is worth 6
cents In United State money. There are
eight Ouatamala reals in a Ouatamala
dollar. Each real, therefore. Is worth
about two-thirds of a cent In our money.
Their smallest coin Is the nuartllla,
which, at th present state of deprecia
tion, would be worth just one-slxth of
a cent In United States money.
Place Walk Iaaleatea Rssk.
"Down there the people do not 'keep to
the light,' but take their places on the
side walk according to rank. .Tow roust
decide Instantly as each iodstrian ap
proaches whether he I above or below
you In social rank. If above, you give
him the Inside of th sidewalk, A woman
also invariably takes the Inside, unless
shs be a barefooted woman or one carry
ing a burden, and the poor Indian la
pushed out Into the street
"In Honduras silver still circulates,
and a Honduras dollar Is worth about
40 cents gold. They always speak of
United States money as gold.
"The Indians in these countries are not
like those in North America. They are
really the support of the country and
characteristically hard workers. You will
often see them walking along tho trails
bearing heavy burdens on their backs
and weaving hat aa they walk.
"On cannot see these people without
feeling a great desire to carry the gospel
to them. And they, In their simple way.
are very hospitable. If we come to a re
mot mountain vlllege at night and knock
on the door of a house or hut and ask
for lodging they at once receive us.
cheerfully and trustfully. Of course, we
carry our own hammocks In which to
sleep, for generally we wouldn't care to
St. Philomena and
St. Patrick Students
Are Given Diplomas;
Sixteen members of the gradustlng I
class of St. Philomena school, Fifteenth I
and Leavenworth streets, were presented j
dlplomss Pundsy morning at St. fhllo- j
menaa church by Father Stenson, follow
ing the regular 10 50 mass. The gold
medal for the highest average tn the
Collective branches was awarded to
Volando Debarblerl. Father Stenson,
who has supervision of the school, com
plimented the class for ths excellent
work reported by the teechers.
Bt. Patrick's graduating olsss of ten
received diplomas from Father Oannon
at Bt. Patricks church, after the Sun
day morning service. Frances Dealer-
house was presented a gold medal for
th highest average during the last
The names of the sraduatee are:
Edward Connoran Harmon Leonardl
I- rank Mehoney
Volando 1 ebarrlrt
Store Hours 8:30 to 5 P. M. Saturdays 9 P. M.?-Sn
Was So Thin. "Her
aid Ker Trie ads. Miss A. SL Milae
sraaat Vats On Twelve Founds.
Friends Wo Loaf Ituf h.
Hit) UK NKWH KtUt Tl K.SUAY. JI K gg. IWlft.
These Unusual Values Are
Jhnst FOR TUESDAY;
INDICATORS which iKirt tlir- ny to pure economy
here in this lug service stove.
Thin Blown Table Tumblers, 3c.
Clesr crystal thin blonn table tumblers, regulation sits. Thn
regular 60c a doien quality at itc each. (Basement.)
Fancy Dress Ginghams at 5c
Woven ginghams in checks, plaids and stripes, remnants r
bolts, the usual 12 Hp quality, at .V. yard. (Basement.)
12VjC Fancy Dress Percales
Fancy dress percales, good selection of patterns, 36 lnc'A
wide, ulso'whlte percales, usually sold st 12 He, at 84f. (Basemtmt)
Women's 25c Summer Vests, 10c
Worsen s Swiss ribbed cotton summer vents, low neck aad
slcevel-ss. The usual 2&c kind, at lOc each. (Main Floor.)
Framed Pictures, were $1.00 and $1.50, for 25c
A sample lot, embracing a variety of subjecls and kinds o
frames. 8ome of them are slightly damaged, the usual $1.00
and If. 50 kind, special at glW. (basement.)
JktfclsUo Womanhood I
"1 am verr slid that at lut I bv found miw
thin tht van put ftwh m Biy turn," r1l
Miaa A. H. Hlldobrandl. "Mr frlina lwr M
BMd not M fwir fsi so long w hear
btinaa rattl around th oortiar' but now thay r
'how food you mk.' I walplied pounda.
Took alarfol and rrnm Monday till following Hatur
day aaiuad pounda and an galnln wary day
Sloe. Today I walgh IMU pounda. "
I am taking Sargnl regularly and hays gained
iWa pound, already" aars Mia FmtI Mil lor
and Oo. Johnem add rtnrgol la cartainly all
light. My wMght at prvaanl u 171 pounda Wnn
I alartad I walahad 161 pounda " A 17 pound aaia.
Would you. too, like to quickly put from 10 to
0 pounda of aolld. "aiay-thar'' flrsh, tat and
muaeular tliaua hetwoan your akin and bonaa?
Don't aar It can't ha don. Try It Lot ua aend
you free a. ton paikaga of dargol and prova wbai
It can do for you.
Mora than half s million thin man and woman
haT gladlir aiada thla taat. and that Hargol doa
auccaod, d.taa maka thin fnlka fat va wtiara all
la baa fallad, I boat provM by th tramandoua
bualnaaa wa haa dona. No draatlo dKl, flaah
oraarna, maaaago. olio or aniulalona. but a almpla,
hannlaas horn treatment, fut out th coupon and
ood for this Fro parkaao today, ancloaing IS
rent tn allvar to halp pay poataga, packing, ato.
Addroa Th Sargnl . 74-r Herald nidg ,
Slnghamtnn, N. Y. Tak Sargol with your moala
and watch It work. Thla taat will tall th alory.
FREE SARGOL COUPON
Thla coupon, with lOo In rilw ta halo
pay pnPtRfxs, parking, mtc, an 4 to how
anf faith, Dtltlea huI4r to ana Mo pack
aa of Hargul fraa. Addraia Tha traxel
IV, 74-F Hral4 Bid a., Bingham ton. N. T.
RIVER REPORTED FALLING
NOW AT SIOUX CITY
The Missouri river st Ksnsas City
reached the heicht of twenty-six end a
half feet, this morning, which is five and
a half feet above flood stage. The
weather, bureau reports the river at
Omaha as the fifteen and a half foot
mark. Flood state In Omaha Is nineteen
feet. The river has fallen slightly at
Sioux City in th last twenty-four hours.
SELBY TO APPEAL MERGER
SUIT TO SUPREME COURT
W, L. Belby, plaintiff in the first merger
injunction suit In which th constitution
ality of the law was upheld by District
Ji'dge Redlck, has filed a notice that hs
it tends to appeal to th supreme court.
Dea't Have a Saaaanor t'oaaat.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery and
you won't catch cold. It kills the cold
germs, keeps you well, Mr. All Irug.
Turks Fight Fairly,
Is Word from Front
IXWDOrf, June 21.-A Reuter dWpetch
from its correspondent In the Darda
"The Turks sre fighting most fairly.
In one case a Turk, while under fire,
dressed the wounds of one of our men.
In another rase a Turk left a water
bottle with a wounded Australian soldier.
"A British soldier, who had been ly
ing wounded for many hours without
food, far from the British trenches, was
Slven bread by a Turk. Prisoners who
hsvs escaped from the Turks all as
sert they were well treated."
YOUNG LADS ARRESTED
FOR INSULTING WOMEN
Herbert McGraw and Justin McCabe,
lT-yeer-otd youths, were arrested Sunday
sad were arraigned In police court,
charged with Insulting women on the
street. Judge Foster fined each IS end
. costs, with suspended sentence.
Women should understand that melan
cholly, commonly called the "blues," Is
la nine times out of ten a pure symptom
of some organlo derangement which
should have attention. For nearly forty
ers I.ydla K. rinkbaru's Vetab
Compound, made from roots snd herbs,
hss been the standard rttnedy .r such
conditions, ss proved Dy many testimon
ials which we are constantly publishing
from women who have boen restored to
lalth by its use. Advertisement.
. An Albanian City
LONDON, June 11 A Reuter dispatch
from Athena says tt la reported there
that th Serbians hav occupied Durasso,
Albania. Esaad Pasha, provisional presi
dent of Albania and former commander
of the Turkish forces at Scutari, is said
to have fled to Italy.
Italy ha not formally declared war on
Turkey, which may explain the reported
flight of Eesad Pasha to Italy..
PATRIOTIC MEETINGS FOR
CHURCHES ON THE FOURTH
Special obaertanue of July 4, which
falls on Sunday this year, Is being
planned by O.nsha ministers. They in
tend to hold patriotic religious services
in the churches on Independence day
for the purncte of boosting civic right
eousness At the Ministerial union meet
Ins. Rev. T. U. Evans mentioned th
Idea. whl h was heartily endorsed.
What can I do to
make her stronger?"
Your physician has told you that it it simply
one of the thousands of cases of "debility."
You have tried certain "tonics" without avail,
but you hare not yet tried Sanatogen, the
And Smitopen may well provs tisr salvation, lorTO
remember thst thoussnds of women who wer weak 'ffiu
ana weary nave ucrivaa uw Btrengin, new joy 01
living, from its use. jf-
Olive Schrciner, the famous writer, grstefully x
"Nothing thst I hsv tskea la years has
givsn ma such a seas of rlf or as Sanatoria. ' '
And Amelia E. Barr, th beloved novelist, refers to
th "marvellous help" derived from using Ssnstogen.
This hclD of Sanatogen is not th fslse help of a
mcrs stimufsnt but ths ttnitruttivt sid of a true food
tonic which gives the exhsusted system th natural
element for building up the blood, strengthening th
nerves, improving di'.iim.
How well if perfotms this function, physicians in
every land 21,000 of them hsv endorsed Sanatogen
in writing know from set u si observation. Their
srtitudc is well summed up by the fsmous Berlin
spectslist. Professor Eulenberg, who writes:
"I am using Senstogea mors and more ia
esses of nervous trouble whioh hsvs thsir
orifia in poverty of ths blood and poor
auitrition, aad avsr hsd ooessioa to regret
And we feel sure yu will never regret
flaaaaaaaa la aU Vw sssal Jragglaaa
eeerywbare ia 1 aeaa,rraaa 11.00 a.
Grand Prize. International Coners of
M eatctne, LonOvn, VtlM.
Women' 25c Fibre Silk Hose, 15c.
Tan color, fibre silk boot, full seamless, the usual 25c quality,
at t!ie a pair. (Hasement.)
Women 17c Summer Vests at 10c.
Low neck and sleeveless, full taped Swiss ribbed, the usual ITe
kind, at tor each. (Biyiemeut.)
Women's $1.00 Long: Pllk Gloves, 49c
Elbow length, tricot weave, plain white, all alses, regular $1.00
quality, Tuesday 4r pair. (Main Floor.)
Embroidered Batisto Corsets at $1.00.
Medium In bust line, well finished top, very comfortable, re
inforced front steel, good hose supporters. (Second Floor.)
Dainty Lace Trimmed Brassieres, 49c. ,
Made of good quality muslin, V shape, strong lace edging,
hooked front, splendid fitting, special 40c. (Second Floor.)
Hand Embroidered Pillow Tops, $1.4?.
Hand embroidered In floral and conventional designs, finished
with fringe and rluny lace edge. (Third Floor.)
White Underwear Crepe at 10c.
10 Inches wide, very desirable for underwear, needs no Ironing,
special at toe yard. (Main Floor.)
Huck Towels, Tuesday, 85c Dozen.
Site 18x36-lnch huck towels with fancy red border, atrlctly
fast, MAc dosen. (Main Floor.)
TUESDAY Is the LAST
DAY on Which to Join
NEW ERA Sewing Machine Club
Five Cents Is Sufficient ir the First Payment
IT BRINGS TO VOVn HOME A
"Standard" Rotary Sewing Machine
GUARANTEED FOR LIFE
TABLE OF WEEKLY PAYMENTS
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4th Week t tth Weak S4th Week 14th Week
,25 .75 1.25 1J&
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