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TIIE JiFE: OMAHA. FlilDAV. JULY 23, 1915.
Rear Admin.1 Fitke InrenU Deice
for Carrying Big Bomb by
RADIO WAVES DIRECT COUESE
WASHINGTON. July 22. An
aerial torpedo boat for attack on
ships in protected harbors Is pro
jected lo patents Just Issued, It was
learned today, to Rear Admiral
Bradley A. FIske, now attached to
the navy war college, but former a!d
for operations to Secretary Daniels.
The plan contemplates equipping
a monster aeroplane, similar to a
number now under construction In
this country for the British govern
ment, with a Whitehead torpedo of.
regulation navy type.
fimooplng down at a distance of five
sea miles from the object of attack, tho
nlr craft would drop It deadly pami nurr
into the water Jut a It would have been
launched from destroyer. Trie Impact
et the torpedo' machinery Into motion
and It la off at a speed of more than
fortj- knot an hour tuward the enemy
Admiral Hake believes that the flying
torpedo boat would make It possible to
attack a fleet even within a land locked
harhnr. The rnn of the newest navy
turpedoe la lu.wo yard and even the
older type will be effective at 7,iM yard.
Carried on a huge areoplane, the l.ftO
pound weapon would be taken over har
bor defence at an altitude safe from gun
lire. Once over the bay, the machine
would gild down to within ten or twenty
feet of the water, the torpedo rudders
would be Ret and It would be dropped to
do Ita work whllo the aeroplane roaa and
Aeroplanes to carry a ton of dead
weight have born perfected by several
countries, lineal I ald to have aoveral
ihat will carry twenty men and the new
Urituh. air craft will have a similar
It la aald to he possible that a type of
radio-controlled torpedo might be em
ployed, one aeroplane carrying the tor-I-edo
and another the wlreleaa machinery
to control the nilxeir flight through the
wator. It Is pointed out that Admiral
Hake secured patents on aurh a method
of control in lMt when ho was lieutenant
commander In the navy. They are said
to be ao broad and far roaolidng as to
underlie all suiimartne subsequent de
elopmwit of radio control devices.
"My Invention." says the application
filed by Lieutenant Commander Flake
Wfore the buttle of Manila was fought.
"I eepeclaTly applicable to autontotille
torpo and makes It possible to con
iiol the movements of a torpedo with
great certainty from ashore, from the.
dock on a stjlp.
Hinre the aerial torptdo plan was ad
vanced, reports have elated that Ger
man "nglneera -were at work with a
somewhat similar scheme. It is proposed
to imp from aeroplanes ' a torpedo that
can be guided by radio Impulses during
It fall and sont with abeoulte certainty
to Ha mark.
NOTE TO GERMANY
ONWAY TO BERLIN
(Continued from Page Ona.)
Morntion to svenuialitiea to which the
w American not may commit tho
C tilted Btatos, and he believes It places
hl larely on Germany responsibility for
unv act thst may eauss rupture.
There la now no Indication the Lut
(irla cae Itself will causa a rupture, but
tii president has determined to keep that
subject In ths for front as a diplomatic
isauo of first lmportanoe between the
two countries, Pressure for settlement
will be renewed from time to tuns, and
ir not adjusted by the snd Of the Kuro
lan war, will continue to Impend In the
i.latlon Itetween the United States and
Uermanji v,ry mwti as did the Alabama
. case In the relatione between Great
Hiltaln and the United tttatea after the
Chief Polata la Nate.
1-Tbe assumption by the United
stales that Germany, by declaring
its submarine warfr to be a retalia
tory meaaure against the alleged un
lawful acts of Its enemies, has ad
mitted that the destruction of unre
alatlng merchantmen without warning
Oerman aubmarlna commander
already have proven that they can
aave the passengers and crews of vea
el and can act In conformity with
the laws of humanity In making war
oa enemy ablps.
S-The l ted States cannot allow
the relations between the belligerent
to operate In any way as an abbrevia
tion of the right of neuli al and there
fore any violation of the principle,
for wiiU h the American government
contends, resulting In a loas of Amer
ican lives will be viewed as "un
friendly," -The representations which the !
American government has made In
prevloua notes for disavowal of 'the
Intention to sink the Lusltanla with
Americans aboard and the requust for
reparation are reiterated with re
MUlla i Mediate.
f--The American government realises
the unusual and abnormal conditions
which the present conflict ha created
to the conduct of maritime war and la
willing to act as an Intermediary
between the belligerents to anraiig a
uioilua Vivendi or any other temporary
arrangements which do not lo Volvo
a surrender by ths United States of
The propoaals made by Germany
to gkve immunity te American ah.ps
nut carrying contraband and to four
belligerent snips under the American
flag are rejected with Hie emphatic
aertloa that to accept such auggee
tiona would be to admit Germany's
right to set aside the American con
tention baaed on fundamental prin
ciple la International taw that neu
trals may travel anywhere on the high
4as oa unresisting shl .of any na
tionality even If carrying contraband.
The note ta about LM words lung.
While nowhere In It la there any direct
Intimation of the course which the United
Mate will pursue fcs the event of an
other dlaaater similar to the JJualtanle
tragedy, there are emphatle statements
throughout the communication pointing
out that the dlscuaeloa of ths principles
Involved has ben virtually concluded
and that future conduct of German sub
mar ne commanders will determine the
(apona.biiity fur the friendly relations
Ulwci the two countries
$3C,00O,0CO HEIRESS AND MAN SHE WILL WED
Miss Catherine Barker and Howard Spaulding, jr., of Chi
cago, whom she will wed. Miss Barker, who is 19, has
been attending school in the east and was bridesmaid at
the Stewart wedding in Council Bluffs last month.
S Mr NtmM
RUSSIAN FORCES .
IN POLAND ARE
IN GRAYE DANGER
(Continued from rags One.)
such as they cannot take away, driving
cattle and other live stock before them,
snd leaving for the Invader a ruined and
All Courland has been laid waste, and
Wlndau, In flames, sent up a glow visible
many miles awsy.
Ths British public U following with
keen anxiety the campaign In the east,
hoping that Grand Duke Nicholas may
stem the A ftatro-Oerman tlds.ipr at leasr
extricate his armies and continue In fur
ther retreat, the cohealon he has been
able to maintain thus far.
Tnnt Bla-at llaadred Miles Lone;.
Eliminating the stroke sgalnst TUga.
the operations In Poland occupy a front
of roughly sno miles, divisible Into three
principal areas the first along the
Narew, north and west of Warsaw; the
second, the center on the Vlatula, be
tween Warsaw and Ivangorod; the third,
In the vicinity of I.ublln, whero the Aus
trian snd Germans are fighting for the
railway. The situation, aa the Hiitlsli
press sees It, Is critical, and the papers
editorially remind Russia that as it
checked the Gormana at the gatea of
Warsaw last fall and drove them back
within eleven miles of I.ublln, so it should
now hold them.
Coincident with dispatches from Ituaaia
saying the spirit of the army I unbroken
and ths belief In ultimate victory Is
strong, comes the report thnt the feeling
Is growing that Kuasla la doing more
than Ha share In the war, bearing at
present almost the entire burden. These
complaints, according to special corre
spondents, are not confined to the rank
and file. Ruaalan newspaper contrast ths
colossal battle In which their nation Is
sngaged with the comparative Inaction
along the western front.
F-rearh Offlelal Statement.
PARIS. July .-vla London.)-Ths
following communication wss Issued
day by the French War department: juuin and Tidewater Oil company were
"Relative calm prevailed generally closed and about 7.000 workmen were
along tho front i either on strike or unable to work be-
There are some artillery actions lntau0 vt trouble.
Artols, In the Argonnos, between the "iff t ells for Tenon.
Meuse and the Moselle, in the neigh TRENTON, N. J., July 22. Sheriff Kln
borhood of Epergee. and in the forest 'd of "lld,,on eu"y has requested
of Apremont . Oovernor Fielder to call out troops to
"During the nights of July and I C lth th ,tut'" at Bayonne.
and the day of n there .as extremely ' Th" reqU"t 5', T1" "M mad" to
fierce fighting on the heights of UtU. ' Ml 0Vp'rnor 'l h" ,aw rflr
KUhackerkoif to th wtwrd of
M,, , .. . iiu "J irir 'nuna wiin Aajuiant uen
lunster (in Alee.-. Un miles west by . ..., v . 1 "
n attack was
followed by nine Herman counter at-i ,
tacks, despite their heavy loaeea Two
battalions of rhaeura holding our po
sitions held the enemy's troops and in
flicted heavy losses upon them. We
ckptured and held a trench in ths
neighborhood of IM miles In length and
maintained all our positions. North ot
Muenster our forces organised ths po
sitions they had conquered In the con
quest of La Linge. In thl fighting we
took 107 prisoner.
"Our aviator droi-ped eight bomb of
W and four of ISO millimeters on ths
station of Autrsjr to the northwest ot
Bluarvlll (In the Argonnea.)
"In the Dardanelles, quiet has pre
vailed, since our success of July 1)
CASS COUNTY PIONEER
DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
ATLANTIC, Is., July 2. (Special. )
J. Q. Oreenleaf. a resident of this city
and county lmo 11. died her Tuesday
morning at 11. Su after an Illness which
had extended over a period of seven or
eight years and tiad held him bedfast
for the laat three week. Mr. Greenleaf
was horn In gJpringfield. Mass., on Jan
uary n. 183S, and on March 38, lien, was
married at Crystal Lake. Omn.. to ths
wife who survivea him. whoa name was
Paulina Hater. They came to thla
county, locating In Lewis In Is', sad
with the exception of a few year pent
at Council Bluff and Omaha, had lived
here ever sun . Iv. aa4 I survived
by three children and hi yiit.
TWO DEAD, 6 HURT
(Continued from Pane One.)
the men to keep order and to bring an
end to the strike. lie rualiod up to the
rioters when the melee was at Its height
and commanded ths men to desist. He
was greeted with Jeers and left the scene.
Later It was announced that Sheriff
Klnkead asked for troop and companies
from Newark and Redbank were ex
pected soon to be on the soene. as all
preparation had been made for a call.
Sheriff Klnkead's call was made dlreot
to the governor by telephone and Inter
he dispatched a written order. In a state
ment regarding his call for troops, Sheriff
"I telephoned to the governor that It
was necessary to call the militia. The
men are nut amenable to reason. They
don't seem to be able to distinguish be
tween my men and the men paid as
guards. The situation Is beyond my con
trol and I have asked the governor to
send men at ones.''
Former Anatrlna Soldier Leader.
Of the wounded In today's fighting
John SurKen. said to bo a former Aus
trian soldier, who led the fighting In
the first attack which was made early
today on the Standard Oil plant, prob
ably Is mortally wounded. He was a hot
through the abdomen. Until the men got
out of hand today B tie riff Klnkead had
every hope that he would bring about a
settlement of the difference of the
Standard Oil atrlkers, who went out late
last week and Monday following a de
mand for li per cent Increase In wages.
Tho Tidewater plant was shut down be
cause of the disorder. Tho sheriff with
a committee had consulted with Standard
Oil officials and expected to have an
other conference with them late today.
He also telephoned to Washington for
conciliators and two were on their way
to Bayonne when the disorder was re
sumed and the aheiiff defied.
A force of deputy sheriffs and police
men guarded the plant throughout the
night and today. The establishments of
to-lthp Standard Oil comany and the Vac-
H..n. .. .k. . .
with the governor.
It Is understood that Sheriff Klnkead
has expressed the fear that ths swearing
in of deputies would aggravate the situa
tion In Bayonne and for that reason
asked for troops.
Water Flh la rrt,
PIERRE, . D.. July S.-(Mpeclal Tele
gram.) A fight for water has brought
the strongest array of legal talent from
the Black Hills to this city, and with
them a number of ranchers and farmers
who have an Interest In the fight which
is being made by th Oro Hondo Mining
company to appropriate the waters ot
Elk and Bear Butte creeks. The com
pany is represented by Congressman Mar
tin, with United Stales District . Attor
ney Btewart looking after ths interests
of ths government In tho water needs
of Fort Meade on Besr Butte creek and
attorneys for several mining ooinpenles
and ranchers protesting against the ap
propriation, the ranchers themselves en
tering personal protest. The heeling will
i be in th office of the state engineer.
ls'fi- l Flht Uad ta Caart.
rifcitUK, 8. V.. July n. (Special Tele
gram. A friendly suit, euttiled, stale ex
rel. frank M. Byrne against A. W.
Kwcrt, state treasurer, Involving- a good-
slscd sura, was filed in the supreme court
today. Tli Uium In th rase are a claiia
that Interest received on dally balance
In state funda oa permanent and Income
of thi. echool funda should be paid Into I
the -houl fund Itvatrad of th general
j OF SAENGERFEST
i MOST PLEASING
Cwtlnua from 71 On.)
aengerfest snd It la filled with attrac
tions that will fill the Auditorium to lis
matinee concert will be given and In ad-
dltlon to great solo number there will be
the alnsinK of the children chorus of
I 2,."pOO voices, which Prof. Htedlnger has
been drilling and singing by the chorus
of the Nebraska 8aengerbund. The rom
plete program Is aa follows:
Mme. Julln Clausacn..! Contralto
'Ml Oirtitlne Ml.ler Contralto
j Kd Hoehmer Baritone
I Knrlcn Palmetto Tenor
Louis Hchnauber Violinist
CHulllH AND OKCHBSl'KA.
Ohm us of the Nebraaaa tvieiierbund.
urand cnlidien a cnurus lrorn the
Omalut public scnool.
Umana Festival orciieatra, Theo. Rud.
Entrance of the Knight from the
opera "Uoabdll M iskowskl
Umana festival Urciiestra.
On the H.iore of Weer Klver tFres
selj, arranged for male chorus by
Then. Hud Reese
Songs for lutmaiio
la "Beat the Drums" (Kginont). ...
L. von Beethoven
(b) ' The Blacksmith" John Brahma
tc) "Lonklng for Home" Hugo Wolf
Mlt-s Chrlatine Miller.
"Fantasia Appas.lonata" .... Vienxtempa
luls 81 nnauber.
"Oh, Heavenly Time. O Blissful
Time" Krans Rles
Baritone Ed. Boehmer.
Grand Va so de Concert Thalberg
Umahii Festival Chorua.
(a) "A us Meinen Urosaen Mchmeraen"
(b) Hong from the opera 'Bvangel
(c) "Maider with the Lips fck Rosy".. Gall
(a) "Der Freund" Hugo Wolf
(b) "In otlldener Fuelle" Richard ritraus
(c "laa Kraut Vergesenhelt. Lo Braun
Rolo Filer Alt Mine. Julia Clausnen.
Medley of American and German song
complied by Prof. Ferd. Utedlnxer
and Arranged for chorus by
Theo. Rud. Reese
Children's chorus of jo voices and
Congees of Melodies, German song
Omaha Festival Chorus.
Accompanist Mrs. F. A. Delano. Mr.
K. R. ZAhrtxkle. Jean P. Uufflcld. Big
Tonight, bcnlnnlng- at S o'clock, Is the
I second moss chorus concert with all the
, great soloists and the mass mate chorus
of X.000 voices. It will. In fact, be the
great event of the saengerfest. This is
Mies Chrlatine Miller Contralto
Mme. Marie Rappold Soprano
Paul Althouae Tenor
Henri Bcott Tenor
MASS CHORUM OF TUB NORTHWEST
Theodore Kelbe Director
OMAHA FESTIVAL. ORCHESTRA.
Theodore Rud iu.-ese Director
March and Finale from the Opera
Omaha Festival Orciieatra.
"Singer! Onward With Bong and
Sound: ' M. Boenme
Moss Chorui. and Orcheatra Theodore
fa) Dedication R, Ktrauss
(b) "And Wilt Thou Bee Thy Ixjver
Perish" ! H. Wolf
(c) (Serenade ..! Brahms
Overture, "Merry Wives of Windsor"
The "Loreley" !....! F Uaxt
Mlas Christine Miller.
"The Bong Ohryetal" V. Schmidt
Mass Chorua snd Orchestra Theodore
Aria from the Opera "Tannhai'ser,
. ., Wagner
Conoert Walts, "Vienna Blood". ..ft reuse
Omaha Festival Orchestra.
"Annie of Tliarau" F. Stlcher
"Rinewlne Pong-' Th. Orth
Mas Chorum Theodore Kelhe, Director.
Ar'a, "Der Frelaohuets". .C. M. von Weber
Mme. Marin Rappold
(a) "Under the Double Eagle..!?:. Wss-ner
(b) "Farewell Chorus" C. Klatler
Mass Chorua and Orchestra Theodore
Anrompenlats: Jenn P. Duffleld. Flg
Tomorrow will be a day of gaiety and
pleasure. In the morning the grand pa
rarlo will march the streets and In the
afternoon there will be a picnic at the
German Home and park, 440 South
Boorman May Make
Race for Congress
ATLANTIC. Is.. July a. (Special.)
While the official announcement has not
been made. It Is understood smong his
friends that Attorney H. M. Boorman
of this city, who was somewhat of a
reputation as a prosecutor of railroad
cases, will be a candidate for the repub
lican nomination for congressman from
the Ninth district against Judge Green
at next year's primary. Mr. Boorman
has been somewhat prominent In local
politics In the past, having- served as
ominty attorney, and Is well known over
the district. He has not definitely an
nounced his Intention as yet, but the
llkolihood of Ms entering the race Is of
Nordica's Will Is
Admitted to Probate
NrtV YORK. July 21-Suirotrate Co
halan today admtrted to probate the will
of Mme Iillian Nordloa Young, the
sinter, who died In May. 1914, tn the far
east, following an Illness bro'ight by
exposure due to th'pwreck.
Depositions vere read from government
authorities of Thursday Island, where
Mme. Nordlca made the will asserting
that she was In her light mind at the
time, contrary to the atatementa at her
husband, George W. Young, who, cut off
by the terms of the will, contested It
ARE BURNED BY GERMANS
LONDON, July U The Swedish berk
Capella snd the Norw1n hark Nor
lys-t, born timber lad no and bound for
Knjrland. have hwn t on fire In the
North Sea by Ormtn submarines. Te
crew of tho -apell as landed at Hull
and that of the Kordlyeet at Frederick s-
It U vis to get rid quickly of
ailment of tho organ) of diges
tionof headache, languor, do
pression of spirits the troubles
for which tho boat eorroctiTt U
J, f ry Soi of Any MrJici a STort,
I fteta WB.SS. la 10a, gae
WILL BE INCREASED
Interstate Commerce Commission
Decides that Companies Need
COMMODITY RATE NOT AFFECTED
WASHINGTON, July 22. The In
terstate Commerce commission de
rided today that the revenues of the
principal express companies of the
United States are Inadequate and
mod If ed Its former order to provide
The fabric of the present express
rates is composed of three factors:
An allowance of 20 cents for col
lection and delivery of each shipment
which does not vary with weight or
distance; a rail terminal allowance
of 25 cents per 100 pounds which
varies with the we ght, but not with
the distance, and the rail transpor
tation rate per 100 pounds, which
Tarled with the weight, the distance
end the cone.
In accordance with the petition of the
companies, the commission modified ita
order to permit transportation of the
firm and second factors. The effect Is
to Increase the collection and delivery
aUowance I cents for each shipment and
to reduce the rail terminal allowance at
the rate of one-twentieth of 1 cent a
pound. As the weight Increases the
6-cent Increase Is gradually reduced, so
inai on snipments of more than 100
pounds the readjustment will not make
any change. Substantially, no com
modity rates will be affected. In all
events, any change In the rates will, with
few exceptions, be substantially lower
than those prevailing when the commis
sion established the sone system in Feb
Bjr that means, the express companies
are expected to Increase their gross reve
nues about 3.86 per cent. The commis
sion's report shows that the net oper
ating revenues of the four big com
pames have decreased to a deficit of
tl.13J.811 In the year 1914-1915, and In the
same period operating Income decreased
"Whllo the financial condition of cer
tain of the petitioners Is more favorable
than that of others," says the report, "It
clearly appears that as a whole they are
operating at a losa."
The commission declined to change the
basis of rates In sone No. L the terri
tory east of the Mississippi and north
of the Ohio rivers.
Lodge Fta-ht at Sidney.
SIDNEY, Neb.. July M. (Special Tele
eTram.) Mrs. Maymo Cleaver of Lincoln
granted a charter here tonight for a sec
ond Degree of Honor lodge. This has
arouse dsome very strong feeling ana
the matter will be carried to the grand
and superior lodges on appeal. Only one
other town In the state of leas than toon
Inhabitants has two local lodges.
and Wid Brlns Ont Us-iy fipots.
How to JSewov Easily.
Heres a chance, MUs Frecklo-face, to
try a remedy for freckles with the guar
antee ot a reliable dealer tnat will not
coat you a penny unless It removes the
freckles; while if it does not si 'a you a
clear complexion the cxpenae Is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of otluntr -double
strength-from Sherman & McCmnell, or
any druggist and a tew advocations
should show you how easy !t is to rid
yourself of the homely freckles snd get
a beautiful complexion. Rarely la more
than one ounce neded for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength o thine as this is the pre
scription sold under guarantee of money
back la it falls to remove freck'ca.
To those who have endured for years
the Itching torments of ccsema or o'.her
such skin-eruptions, the relief tt at the
first use of Reelnol Ointment and
Resinol Boap give Is perfectly Incredible.
After all the suffering they rave en
dured and all the useless treatment they
spent good money for, they rkirot be
lieve anything so simple, mild and In
expensive can stop the Itching rud burn
ing INSTANTLY! And Uiey lln-1 It still
more wonderful that the fmpmviment la
permanent and that Resinol really drive
away the eruption completely in a very
short time. Perhsps there Is a p'essant
surprise like this In etore for yo'i. Resinol
Ointment and Resinol Soop are sold by
all druggists. For trial free, writ to
Dept SO R, Resinol. Baltimore Md., Ex
cellent for sunburn.
A Seal Hair Soap
Cleans quick dries
quick leaves no soap la
the hair, which foes right
back Into Its old tralnlag.
At drag-gists or delivered
prepaldj 4 oi. 25cts. 12 oa.
GEO. IL LEE CO., Laboratories
Announce Their July Forecast of
the Autumn Fashions
Suits For wis Dresses
This display is of distinct style-interest to all de
sirous of accurate ideas oi the prevailing stylos for the
The Store for Shirtwaists
Silk Sweaters of the famous Kavscr's Italian
Silk - - $12.50 and $14.50
Also new Petticoat Coat Fashions, exclusive
models, $7.50 to $15.00
Gauze Union Suits, low
neck, sleeveless, fitted
knee, 35c value,
for - - - - 25c a suit
Lisle Union Soiits, low
neck, sleeveless, either
fitted or wide knees, an
extra good garment
at - - - - 85c a suit
Gauze Lisle Vests, low
neck, sleeveless, plain or
fancy tops - - - 35c each
Vnderweaar Section Third Floor.
July Sale White
50c 3fi-inch White Gabar
FRIDAY - - 35c a yard
40-inch White Gabar
FRIDAY - - 65c a yard
Vziil . " &J&yi
A Safe Investment
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productive or safer thaa OMAHA REAL
Real Estate will never be cheaper In
Omaha than it is today and the future
was never brighter. Omaha is the most
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The best Real Estate bargains are al
ways advertised In THE RiK. It will pay
you to read them carefully each day.
To qu!ckly sell your Real Estate, place
an ad in THE 13 EE, -The Big Real
Estate Taper of Omaha."
The Omaha Bee
104 Ve rtii'Ulintf. Tyler. 100.
AT OMAHA Al'IUTORIOI
2.IMIO Male Voices; 2.00 Chil
dren's Voicfc; 6 Artis's of Inter
national Reputation; 0 IVtmiiiieu
Loral Artist; F-st'TM Orctu.vtr
of UO Artie's.
Tl.kets 5c, 73c, lit, f I 5l,
Batalag, BoaUag, Daaolag and
Tt atorta' rtetaras. Thl Itis.
lac ! Dtm ldoL" -JssX.
easy" and "JaUr Mere." P I
A large display of this
popular neck dress, consist
ing of maline, ostrich and
marabou ruffs, in natural,
white, black and white;
also natural and white.
Prices, $2, $2.50, $3.25,
$4.75 and up to $8.25
THE NEW BELTS
The popular striped effects
made of leather in combi
nations of white and black,
white and blue, white and
green, - - - - 50c each
July Sale Plain
$1.25 45-ineh White Dress
Crepe, FRIDAY, 50c yard
75c 40-inch White Dress
Crepe, FRIDAY, 35c yard
Special Pficesaa Deski
151 Mahogany Roll Top Detk $42
4C Golden Oak Flat Desk.. $37
161 Mahosr. Tvoewrltex Desk S49
$112 Ool. Oak Roll Top Desk $90
Oak Typewriter Desk $35
5" Uo1- UaK Typewriter Desk $40
We have several four-drawer up-
a right Globe-Wrrnecke Lette- Files st
greatly reduced prices.
Orchard & WilhelmCo.
AMI SKMKM S.
u t I Sat. Mai. & Evnj.
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Edward Lynch atTrtt:1
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