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TUB OMAHA SUNDAY HF.F.: SEPTEMBER 19, 1015.
Monday He Reduces Fall Suit
and Dress Prices to Ut
most Low Limit.
"Out From Under" Sale Helps
Tido Over Difficulties Pre
sented by Enlarging
' and Remodeling.
TO DRAW HIS PAY
Fire Commissioner Spurns Salary
Vouchers Sent Up to Him by
FURTHER STATE HOUSE ROW
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Sept 18. (Special) -For a
man who has not seen the color of hit
alary voucher for two months, Flra Com
ni..inn. la ihm moat careleaa
Julius Orkin, the Ladies' Attire individual In the state home. Yesterday
Specialist at 1510 Douglas St., is rc- the ,ute auator sent up to the fire com-
ourcetul, to ajr the least. mlsalcner the warrant which have been
Difficulties that would maVe many the ron of contention, but Rldgeil
a merchant squirm, have only served Vnirned them and refused to accept
to hasten Julius Orktn's wits aud tr.em. Hla ctlef clerk. Mies Muldoon. who
pretty soon he will have surmounted haa also gone without money for the same
ail me auilcultlcs brought about by ; length of time and wa beginning- to set
Woman Masqueraded as Man; Twice
Married, Once Husband, Once Wife
bis extensive remodeling and en
The carpenters and decorato-s
pretty hungry, accepted the warrants
personally, but rot for the department.
This mornlna- the state auditor Bent 11 D
Who are making a gigantic, hlg.Vi0ne of his moat charming young women
clerks with aome more warrants, expect
ing that the hard-hearted fire commis
sioner' would not be able to withstand
the persuasive smiles of the messenger,
but his heart was still of flint, and, turn
ing upon her a withering frown, he said,
"Tempt me not I have seen no money
for many moons, tut you cannot make
ma forget my duty as a democrat my
oath as a public official or my loyalty
to my country. Go back from whence
e came and linger no longer within
these sacred prerlncla,"
However, Miss Muldoon again waa un
able to withstand the temptation, for
within that bunch of warrants were
three for herself, and once more aha re
The stand of the fire commissioner In
refusing to receive the warrants can
mean but on of two things, either he Is
going to get even with the state treas
urer by starving himself to death and
thus have his ghost haunt Mr. ifalt the
rest of his lire, or he Is going to bring
suit to enforce the penalties called for
In the statute In any event it Is liable
to be many a tons' day before th dove
of peace again roosts on the state house
Why Sol on s Acted So.
Representative Norton or l'olk county,
floor leader of the democrats In the laat
session and chairman of the finance, way
nd meana committee, la In the city to
day In attendance at the meeting of the
Constitutional Convention association, and
hen asked to' state why the committee
had not recommended an appropriation
for the fire commission and the food
commission, said to the best of his recol
lection Fire Commissioner Rldrell and
Food Commissioner liarman had told the
committee that an appropriation was not
necessary In order to draw the funds.
artistic establishment out of Julius
Orkin's present quarters, have done, ;
and are doing, their work well- but
it takes time.
Julius Orkin would never have
gone Into this remodeling game had
lie thought It would have broken up
his Fall season; hammers and saws
shouldn't be In evidence Just when
woman is Inspecting the newer, pret
tier things for Fall andW'inter wear.
But the die Is cast workmen
are hammering all around here
there is no room for show cases or
wall cabinets and the Immense
number of Fall garments that are ar
riving here dally must be sold as
fast as they arrive, direct from ship
ping cases and express packages in
On Friday and Saturday last Ju
lius Orkin received an unusually
large shipment of Ladles' Fall Suits
and Blouses direct from the east
and on Monday this entire shipment
must be sold If firmly cut prices will
sell them: In fact, some of these
new Fall gems of Ladies' wear will
go at about half the price they would
have brought had the new Julius
Orkin establishment been In perfect
Here are the reduced prices that
r i riiftiivc muuuiir, 11 veuuuvra
you well to step in line and possess
n new Fall Suit and two or three
Blouses, now that prices have come
down to the "low ebb."
Women's and Misses' suits that
rliould be bringing $25 are $13.85;
the $35 grades are $18.85, and the
$45 kinds are $23.85.
Those crisp, new Blouses are go
ing to sell at a like proportion of re
duction; blouses that were to have
brought $1.60 and $1.95 are 91c;
$2.95 and $3.50 values are $1.91;
$3.95 and $4.50 values are $2.91,
while the blouses that were carefully
chosen with an idea of selling at $5
and $5.95 will go for $3.91.
Remember the "Out-From-TJn-der"
Sale has been planned to get
out from under a lot of remodeling
difficulties. Julius Orkin bought
msny a dollar's worth of Fall wear
ables tat he would not have bought,
had ha known that so long a time
would elapse ere his store improve
ments were finished.
Even in the face of the carpen
ters' eaws and hammers these newly
arrived Fall garments must sell at
a deeply cut price and hundreds of
them will be sold by nightfall Mon
day. Aren't you interested enough to
see the newest things at a marvel
ously low price?
Please note. It's the Julius Or
Vln establishment at 1510 Douglas
Without Health You
are not an Optimist
Optimism, which Is another name for
courage, la one of the most potent fac
tors In human progress. It enables one
to rally when defeats are encountered, to
be brave in the face of disappointments.
to fight on and on until the battle of
Ufa has been won and the heart's desire
is satisfied. And optimism is best pre
served in the body that is free from pain,
that is not impaired by weakness. So
those who take care of the health by
taking Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as pre
scribed, are not only preserving that
whloh will add Immensely to the Joy of
living, but are taking care of that which
will be a mighty contribution to their
suocess la meeting and triumphing over
the difficulties encountered along the
roa4. to success. Duffy exerts a very
agreeable and beneficial action upon
one's digestion and Imparts a feeling of
strength and vigor that's why. Hecau
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey la a true food
tonlo which helps feed the nerves, to In
crease the energy end gives fresh vigor
to the overworked body and mind; many
thousands regularly "Get Duffy's and
keep well," and are, therefore, true opti
mists who give no thought to pessimistic
TODAY'S BEAUTY HINTS
To whiten and beautify the com
plexion permanently we have found
no better preparation than a lotion
made by dissolving four ounces of
spurmax in a half pint of hot water,
then adding two teaspoonfuls gly
cerine. This removes any pimples,
shiny, muddy or sallow appearance
and will make anyone's skin clear,
smooth and velvety. It does not
show or rub off like powder; In fact,
it seeius a part of the skin; and foi
removing tan and freckles it un
It is necessary to shampoo mors
frequently in the warmer weather
because of excessive dust and the
fact that the head perspires mor
and U usually more exposed to the
weather. The easiest to use and
quickest drying shampoo that we can
recommend to our readers can be
prepared very cheaply by dissolving
a teaspoonful of canthrox. obtained
from your druggist, in a cup of hot
water. This rubbed into the scalp
creates a mica lather, soothing and
cooling in its action, as well as very
beneficial to scalp and hair. After
rinsing, the scalp is fresh and clean,
while the hair dries quickly and
evenly, developing a bright luster
and a soft flufflness that makes It
seem very heavy. Advertisement,
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E3 Wii J'.tw
After posing as a man for twenty-five
years. Prof. "Eugene" de Forest, Is now
under arrest in Ixl Angeles on a charge
of masquerading. Prof, de Foreat was
a well known .teacher of dramatic art
with offices In one of the largest business
buildings here. , . The woman, after her
a i rest confessed and. told a story of two
Johnson Leaves ti Trip.
State Engineer Johnson will leave Mon
day for an Inspection of headgates In
Irrigation dams. This Is required an
nually, the law specifying that these
gates shall be msde of cement with cer
tain other requirements.
The-Turlington Railway company has
appealed from a Judgment of the Cass
county district court in which Vincent
Spulak secured damages In the sum of
11,300 for Injuries received while working
for the company at their shops In Platts
mouth. The handle of a lifting bar fTuck
him In the neck and he sustained Injuries
for which he sued for $2,993.
Railway Commissioner Hall was In Ts-
cumseh yesterday, where. In comDanr
with Division Superintendents Thlehoft
nd Lyman, he met with committee from
the Commercial club and Woman's club
f that city with regard to new regula
tions and conditions surrounding the de
pot at that plaoe,
No Pardon Recommended.
Layfayette Dayles, who is serving a
term In the penitentiary for the killing
of a farmer by the name of Mann in
Keith county In 1909, will not receive a
paraon or a shortening of his sentence.
If the recommendation of the Board of
Pardon goes for anything to the gov
ernor. Secretary Maggl of the board sub
mitting a report to that effect approved
by the other two members, to the gov
Rnrnl Credits Association.
The United Farmers' Rural Credits
association la the name of a new loan
association which is filing articles of In
corporation with the secretary of state
today. The company will have a capital
of $500,000. No one but farmers can bor
row money of the association and then
only In the amount of 60 per cent of
their real property.
George D. Wlllock and F. B. Saunders
are at the head of the concern, but It Is
undjerstood that the corporation will be
officered by some of the best known
farmers in the state. The company Is no
way connected with the Farmers' union.
Omihiii See a re License.
Henry E. Thompson, aged 22, of Oamha,
and Emma E. Jorgensen of the same
city, aged 13, were given a license to wed
by the Lancaster county license clerk
DODGE WILL CELEBRATE
STECHER DAY OCTOBER 7
DODGE. Neb., Sept. 18. -(Special.) Oc
tober T will be Joe Stecher day in Dodge.
A d.amond belt coating tiaOO and emblem
atic of the wrestling- championship of
America will be presented to the Dodge
county wonder by a committee of bis
The exercises In the afternoon will con
slat of a parade and band concert, with
(trill by the Sokol girls of Dodge. Ad
dresses will be made by Oovernor More-
head. Msyor of Dodge Tom VogKans
B. P. Reynolds, chairman of the Com
merclal club; Fred Hunker of West Point,
James Elliott of West Point Frank Yogi
tans of Schuyler and E. R Ourney of
A large tent will be erected and a big
wrestling match staged In the evening
between Joe Stecher and some topnotcher
like Ado'ph Ernst, Hussane or LewU.
Fremont Teacher ts DeaeT.
FREMONT. Nsb., Sept It. Specll.
Miss Maud Omstead. a popular Fremont
girl, died at the homo of her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Omstead. Miss Ora
stead was taken 111 last Monday while
teaching school In the city schools here.
Her condition became critical at once,
A blood clot forming on the brain re
sulted In partial paralysis. She we.
graduate of the Fremont High school of
the class of 1810-11-11. Her father 1
well known NorthweeWra conductor.
marriages, In one of which she occupied
the role of wife and In the other the
role of husband. At the time of her ar
rest she was engaged to be married to
one of Los Angeles' most prominent
Prof, de Forest Is of heavy build, and
quite masculine In appearance. .
SUE FOR GERMAN TEACHING
Societies Are Said to Be Behind
Move to Test Instruction
CASE WILL NOT BE ADVANCED
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, 8ept 11 (8peclal.) Teach
ing of German In the public schools of
Nebraska City faces the people of the
Otoo county' capital. J The courts will be
called upon to settle the matter and It
is probable that the result may affect
the teaohlng of foreign languages In all
the public schools- of the state.
Attorneys representing William Gebart
of that city were In the city today to
file papers for a writ of mandamus to
compel the school -board of Nebraska
City to hire a German teacher. The
supreme court Judges, with whom a con
ference was held, declared that they
would not advance the case, and so this
meana It will be two years before the
case will be decided. It Is understood
that the attorneys will go back to Otoe
county and begin suit In the district
court In the regular way.
It appears that about a year ago the
mattre of hiring a teacher of German In
the schools of Nebraska City came up
and the board, in the Interests of econ
omy decided the district could not afford
The vote was unanimous with the
exception of one man, who did not vote.
The matter again came up this year and
the same action was taken.
While the attorney for the plaintiff
would not say that the German societies
are behind the move, he admitted that
they are furnishing the money to prose
cute the case and that In all probability
It might extend to a general all-state
proposition, the German societies all over
Nebraska taking a hand In the matter.
Senator John Mattes at Nebraska City,
prominent member of the last senate,
who has been mentioned In connection
with the democratic nomination for gov
ernor, la one of those interested in push
ing the case.
Dr. Susan L. Picot,'
Dead at Walthill
WALTHILL, Neb., Sept U.-(8peda4
Telegram.) Dr. Buaan La Fleech Ploot,
for many years prominent as missionary
worker and physician among the Omaha
Indians, died at her home her this
morning after an Illness of nearly a
year. She was the daughter of Joseph
La Fleech, the last chief of the Opv.ria
tribe, and waa born near her forty-nine
years ago. She waa educated at Hamp
ton Institute and later graduated front
the Women's Medical college of Phila
delphia. Dr. Plcot spent practically all her life
on the reservation, working among her
people and looking after their material
and spiritual Interests. She was the
author of several books dealing with In
dian lore and with the problems that
confront the red men in . his relations
with his white brother.
She Is survived by two sons. The
funeral services will be held here Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock and the body
will be taken to Bancroft for burial be
side her husband, who died several year
DO DAHAGEIH STAri B
East Central Nebraska Crops Suffer
from Ice Storm that
PLATTE COUNTY IS HARD HIT
COLVMBUS, Neb., Pert 11 (Special
Telegram.) A terrlflo rain storm struck
the Platte County fair at 4. SO p. m. yea
terday and In thirty minutes the fair
grounds and city waa completely flooded.
Over 6.000 people were caught In the
storm trying to get from the grounds
to the city for shelter. Tne road lead
ing to the grounds were soon blocked
with automobiles, which made It Impos
alble to get to the city ror shelter.
All the hotels wero filled with people
and a large number of them had to sleep
In garages and automobiles. The Spald
ing train could not make Its trip on ac
count of miles of tracks being under
water. In Cedar Rapids the depot was
blown to pieces. Several parties from
surrounding towns who tried to get home
after the storm were stalled on the roads
snd were compelled to, stay all night in
Thin was the' worst rain stonn here
this year. It Is reported that four Inches
of hall fell at Cedar Rapids, destroying
the corn crop. ,
Saline Crops Snffer.
WIIJtBR, Neh., Sept. W (Special.)
Crops In a strip from one-half to three
miles wide and fifteen miles long, run
ning in an almost due north and south
direction, were almost entirely ruined by
wind and hall yesterday afternoon. The
com In places Is flat on the ground, the
talks being stripped of all leaves and
only the stub ends standing. Other places
where the corn Is on the stalk all the
leaves are atrlpped off snd the ears are
battered. A large number of windows
were broken, and much poultry was
killed. Some of the hall reached the else
of hen'e eggs, and at one plaoe hall
stonea were reported three Inches thick
on the ground. An inch and a half of
UNION, Neb., Sept 11 (Spoelal.)-Ona
of the worst electrical and rain sotrms
of this season swept over this section of
the country last night T. If. Frans' real
denoe, one mile south of town, was struck
by lightning during the storm and the
damage done has not been estimated yet
Weeping Water creek Is over Its banks
at this place.
Utah Wind Near Weston.
BEATRICE, Neb.. Sept 11 (Special
Telegram.) A terrlflo hailstorm visited
the country between Western and Ply
mouth last night badly damaging com.
Many wind mills were blown down and
ether damage done to farm property,
Kxtenda Into Nnckolls.
SUPERIOR, Neb., Sept. 11 (Special
Telegram.) A heavy thunderstorm struck
here last night about S o'clock and rain l
to the amount of l.SS Inches fell. Light
ning struck several bams In the country,
but very little live stock waa killed.
PR. TIRAimrTtY IS KKVf OfTICKS.
Troves tha value of my Dental work. This
everyday aervlc la tha beet criterion by
which to Range the merits of my treatment
of tha thousands of teath that I hava cared
for in .rilling. Crowning or Brldgeing.
It Hat Influenced Orer 100,0(0 People
to adopt me as their Dentist. But tha expe
rience of these need not ba your only guide.
Try me yourself and this wlll.be your guar
antee. Satisfaction or money refunded. I am
assuring each one of my patrons a saving of
pain and Dental work that will stand indef
initely. My Homo Treatment for Gum Diseases
saves many trips to the office.
Gold or Porcelain Crowns from $5.00 up.
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
SO Years in Omaha.
P21-23 Woodmen of the World Bid. Phone D. 1756.
14th and Kama in Hts., Omaha. Hours, 8 to 6; Sundays, 10 to 12.
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R. D SUTHERLAND SAID
TO BE ON WAY TO RECOVERY
SUPERIOR. Neb., Sept. 11 (Special
Telegram.) Robert Sutherland, father of
ex-Congressman R. D. Sutherland, reports
that he has heard news from his son that
la encouraging, and that physicians report
him on ths way to recovery.
. Visit our beautiful, extensive display of fireploco
poods. Big assortment; lovr prices; fine designs;
Not the least obligation to buy just come and
Far Largest Stock in Omaha
Entire Third Floor State Bank Building,
N. E. Corner 17th and Harney.
SUNDERLAND BOOS. 60.
Tracks Washed Oat Near Lonlsville.
LOUISVILLE, Nob., Sept 11 (Special.)
One of the heaviest rains of the season
visited this section last night The rain
waa accompanied by a heavy, driving
wind. The Burlington tracks west of
here were washed out, which will delay,
the trains for several hours. Much corn
was blown down, but Is not damaged to
any great extent.
Tare Teenntseh Weddlna.
TECUWSEH. Neb., Sept 11 Mr. Peter
Asplund of Tecumseh and Miss Emma
Buhlke were married at the home of the
bride, at Burwell, Wednesday. They will
reside In Tecumseh, Mr. Asplund being
a member of a bridge "company of this
Blauser Will Set
Aside by Court
FAIRBURT, Neb., Bept. 11 (Special
Telegram.) In probate court this after
noon Judge L. J. Nutsman set aside the
last will and testament executed by Mrs.
Maria Blauaer of Dlller, Neb., and which
distributed approximately an estate of
This 'will case haa occupied the atten
tion of probate court all week. It was
charged Mrs. Blauser made this will In
Fail bury in 1907 and that undue influ
ence was used by her son, C. L. B.
Blauser. 8he bequeathed a half section
of land to him, a quarter section to eight
other children and only $100 to her baby
A score of witnesses were put en the
stand by both contestants and proponents.
The contesetants endeavored to show
Mrs. Blauser had been falling In mind
for several years prior to her death, last
January, due to Infirmities of old age.
Her husband died In 1903. Mrs. Blauser
and her husband were wealthy farmers
jrnaa " """"" ic-m, u..i.r v. I ij. ... 1,111... I h. .ul.ra n.i-t
and Mrs. W. A. Reese, who live east of " "v.. '..
Tecumseh, and Mr. Martin W. Matea of
Belmont Wis., were married at the
bride's home Wednerdey. They will re
side in Wisconsin.
Miss Vlssa B. Clark and Mr. Sam P.
Bentainger were married at the home of
the bride, near Vesta, 'Wednesday. They
will live on the groom's farm, near Via
--. te-ln Heine- Organised.
PONCA, Neb., Bept U. -(Special )-Men
of the Presbyterian congregation to the
number of atxty-flve gathered last eve
ning for a banquet Rev. Ralph IL House
man of Omaha addressed them for an
hour on the merits of the organised men's
Bible class. T. T. Harris, superintendent
of the local Sunday school, promoted the
occasion, wishing to start a men's class,
and the prospects are favorable since the
gathering of last night
Will Present Belt ro Stecher.
FREMONT, Neb., Sept. 11 (Special.)
October will be Joe Stecher day at
Dodge, when the champion wrestler will
be presented with the diamond-studded
bolt his friends and admirers purchased
for him. Oovernor Morehead will present
the emblem. Preparations for a big hol
iday are being made by business men of
of this county.
As soon aa Judge Nutsman announced
his decision. Attorneys for C U E.
Blauser announced they would appeal the
case to district court. His counsel allege
Mrs. Blauser was of sound mind to the
test and that she knew what property
she had. where It was, and Its value.
Ortsne4 Plane Is Des, .
WSEPTNO WATER. Neb.. Sept It
(Special.) B. B. McMurlin, a Cass county
pioneer St years of age, died Thursday
at his heme at Greenwood. He had lived
for thirty-five years at Oreenwood and
prior to that lived for some Urns In
Mount Pleasant precinct east of here.
He was a brother e-t B. D. McNurlla of
BODY OF AVIATOR ON WAY
TO GENEVA FOR BURIAL
GENEVA, Neb., Sept. 11 (Special Tele
gram.) L. L. Fisher received a telegram
this morning that hla son-in-law, Joseph
I'endhayne, aviator, had mat with an
accident yesterday and died at t:M this
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher have gone
to Kansas City to meet their daughter,
Mrs. Carmen Pendhayne, who is on bar
way home with the body of her husband.
Mr. Pendhayne made several exhibition
flights here at the fair a year ago, and
first met Miss Carmen Fisher. They
were married at Omaha.
' Once leant r Motes.
BEATRICE, Neb., Sept. 11 (Special.)
Beatrice camp No. Tt. Modern Woodmen
of America, held a largely attended meet
I Ing Friday evening, at which a claas of
twenty-five was Initiated. State Deputy
Kester supervised the work. At the close
of the ceremony a banquet was served.
Lena and Vera, the twin daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Roy Wood, who reside
southeast of Plckrell. died Friday morning
of cholera Infantum. They were months
old. One of the children died at o'clock
and the other at o'clock.
Senator OUbert M. Hitchcock of Omaha
has accepted aa Invitation to deliver aa
address at the Oage county fair on th
afternoon of Waa&sda( September A
More Heat for a Third
If vou need a furnace for
nn old house or are building
q new house
The Furnace Without Ilpes."
Dependable Fall Suits
MADE TO ORDER
$25, $50, $35; a Few at $40
1512k DODGE STREET
Can be installed in an old
or new bouse in One Day
without cutting up the walla
or weakening the construe
An old and thoroughly
tested principle applied in a
new way. .
A sample furnace Is displayed
In our basement Come in and
let us tell you about It and the
many satisfied users.
We sell the Vacuum Fur
nace under an Ironclad guar
an tee to heat your house to
70 degree or better during
arro weather on one-tlilrd
less fuel than a pine fur
nace. Tha fuUest lnveatiKa
Uosi Is Invited. Convenient
terms can be arranged.
414-416-418 South 16th St.
Exclusive Agent for Omaha,
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A tchoo! rich in twit mmori$ mnd today lt$ tradition and high idaaU
mphmld and fart htr nitehmd by thm prmtmneo of tko ohUdion't childron.
Chambers' School of Dancing
Re-opens Week of Sept. 20, Season 1916-16
NOIlMAIi SCHOOL. Training for Tesu-hers.
AM LT HKtilNNKKM, Mondays and Thursdajs, 8 P. M.
AKHKMIiMKM (Advanced Class), Wednesday.
HKiH SCHOOL IU:(;iNNKU8, Saturdays, 7 I. M.
lll(;il SCHOOL KOClAI,H, Saturdays, 8:1.1 P. M.
CIIILDKKV HK(J1NKK8, Tuesdays, 4:15 P. M.
CUlLDltKN ADVAM Kl), Saturdays, 8 P. M.
riUV ATK CLA88KS at Academy and out of city. Special classes
arranged for Ladles, tientlouten and Children.
Instruction embraces correct Ball Room Dances, Theory-, Practice
snd Pedagoiry of all the important schools of dancing. The course
represents Elementary, Technique, Aesthetic, Folk, Ballet, National,
Toe, Eccentric. Buck and Wing, Character Pantomime and Classio
Lances in simple snd danoj forms.
Mr. Ch ambers availed himself of th Normal Course given by th great
Vestoff this summer, who was second in place to Mordkln during the Dano
Ing Tour of Pavlowa and Murtlkln. Mr. Vestoff la the only teacher In the
United States creditor! with holding a diploma, from the imperial Russian
ballet School, founded by the Ciar. , . .
25th and Fa mam Streets. TeL Douglas 1871
Tonll breathe better; you 11 live a mora
healthful life; you'll . feel that disease
germs have no place In your home, IF WE
CLEAN YOUR RUGS.
Not only that, but your OLD rugs will
look so bright and pretty again that your
neighbor will say: "Hello, been buyln' a
new RUQ, haven't you?"
Just think our RUQ cleaning business
has grown so large that we had to buUd
a special building to handle tha work.
Can't you give us a try-out on RUQST
The cost Isn't much you can afford It.
Dresher Bros., Cleaner
2211-2213 Farnam Street Phone Tyler 345
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