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I' VICE CZAR SERIOUSLY WOUNDED BY GANGSTERS 1 (24 rzemEspo I I ICJ 0 ITNDAY TRTB 1 IN NI TAR 65 do. A PAR -T 1 PAGE 5. 1 11 i IrICE CZAR SERIOUSLY WOUNDED BY RIElt 14 GANGSTERS 1 pmono IMINIMPEIMM I- I lips and Thomas, escaped rentence---1 killed. Torrio was suspected. He dls, killed by rival thugs in the interim be-, appeared.

When Le reappeared the Itween their arrest and the trial. 1 suspicion had been transferred to I Another defendant In the 'tame case other quarters and he was not implilis Louis Alterie. who found the air i cated. of Colorado more healthful thRn Chi- Makes Immense Fronts. lot Colorado more healthful thRn 1 or Colorado more healthful thRn Chi- Makes Immense 'Profits.

Ppm and Thomas, escaped sentence---lkilled. Torrio was suspected. He dls- If killed by rival thugs in the interim appeared. When he reappeared I tween tbeir arrest and the trial. be th 1 suhsePr t7n rthaerS Another defendant in the same ease ot is Louis Alterie.

who found the air cated. of Colorado more healthful thRn Chi i MaliPS tTI 1 abn7nte traanastztreldrpp tio; IMPTIAP Fronts. 1 TORRIO IS SII01; POLICE HUNT FOR O'BANION MEN TORRIO I poucE oyB A ti TORRIO IS StIOT; Chicago's after the ()lien Ion shooting. 1 In his closing argument. limited to the fact ri In the case then pending.

Assistant District Attor' ney William P. Waugh charged that 'Torrio was the principal offender. In i cago after the O'Banlon shooting. 1 In hLs closing argument. limited to the facts In the ease i then pending.

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1 I' -'4M4, 1 4 2i lp 'i- '5; i --4 4 4 4:: ,4.., A John Te'rrlo, c-r-rir nr botlegging- rind Aire In Chicago. was shot five times vesteraay In front of his home. 7011 avpnue ex pect 0,1 to rf, corer. The escaped. Ti police the underworld are convinced they garlIzsiers loyal to the memory et Dean 011ardort.

the beer runner who vas murdered in flower shop two months Ago. liBanion had challonged TorrioA control of running anti was killed by Tarrio's men. police Jebn Torrio, vice in Chicago. vesteraay in front avenue. lie corer.

The a.ssalan ts gild the nrderwori, gangsters lo) et Dean 0Baninn. leAs murdered in months ego, Torrio's contrel was killed by Ton 1 kcz 4.4 certain. LI 1 I amatitk.L.t-4 Where the profits of vice and boos4 had been measured in the hundreds before that time. they now began to i be measured in thousands and hun- dreds of thousands. Torrio started I with the toughest gang in town behind i fact.

Torrio is regarded as the chief him. Ile finiahed by taking tribute i figure In the enormously profitable I from virtually every gang of toughs In liquor trade in and around Chicago 1 the city and in Ccero, whence he It is a matter of common knowledge 1 direeted most of his operations. In the undervcorld that Torrio i His hand reached out inevitatly into his pereentage on the sale of virtually politics. He became a power pint of illicit liquor sold in the i whom public oricLds who had booed It is not necessary that he ban- reeleetion had to reckon. Ile be' die the liquor himself.

The power of i came extremely wealthy. One of his his organization of thugs is to great 1 recent purchases was of a seasele els! that virtually every bootlegger who 1 tate in Italy. where he housed his el' gets booze or beer into Chicago does derly mother, born a peasant. He gave so by paying Torrio for not interfering her fifteen servants and an automob'le. with it Torrio thns has a position not 'un- RETURNS AFTER like that of the medieval barona Ile levies tribute on trade.

'While bootleg- i 25 YEARS- FINDS ging is his principal source of he also has an iron hand on its hand- i RELATIVES DEAD maiden, vice. I Waukegan, Jan. Caine from New York. 1Albert Titus, on of Lawrence Titus Torrio has had a spectacular career.1 of Fremont. a small village near here, He learned his trade of thug with the Five Points gang in New York twentieth century wanderer.

has re. which he rose to the rank of assistant i turned home after an absence of boss. He was implicated in the shoot- twenty-five years. During this period ing of Rosenthal and was an associate he reamed throughout the United of Lefty Louie and "Gyp the States and Canada. Ile f.nay settled Blood." down in Omaha.

Neb. Like Itip Van Jim Colosimo imported him to Chi- Winkle, he is having a diffoult time cago when Colosirno was troubled with proving his identity. a lot of threatening letters from per- The wandering boy ran away from, sons trying to blackmail him. Torrio Fremont when IS years old. Not a was Big Jim'a bodyguard and organized word was heard from him until Jan-his intelligence service.

The black- uary of last year. just twenty-four hand letters stopped coming and Torrio years after he had mysteriously de rose in the Colosimo organizations. appeared. He was believed to have He rose to the point where he been dead until the receipt of a lettor threatened Colosimo's dominant post- from Omahation. Titus was shocked today on his re-The breach between the two reached tu to learn that his mother and a its climax when Torrio opened a resort brother.

Adam, died while be was rn in Burnham which was a commercial away. Since leaving Fremont in 19(10 rival to Colosimo's own establishment Titus had considerable ill luck- He was in that tough community on the bor- married In 1909 and three years later der between Illinois and Indiana- while in Canada hts wife and 2 year Not lone' afterwards. Colosimo was old babe were killed in a tornado. 111 I 1 i 1 i 1 Mrs. HaJ2123 TOITiO is shown here coming from the Jackson Park hospital with Frank Ragen, its asvner and former head of Ragen's Colts.

Mrs. Torrio yesterday saw her husband and his chauffeur shot dawn by rival gangsteAs of the underworld. ran3uNz Pboto1 from the Jackson Park! Closeup of Johnny Torrio, shot down yesterday by underworld foes. TE.1 BUN Photo. Picture shows how Johnny Torrio's car was riddled yesterday when underworld rivals of the vice baron wounded him and his chauffeur in front of Torrio's home.

while Mrs. Torrio looked on. rites protect-tome Since that place was closed by the Cittlero police, Jacobs said he had continue ft to draw his pay for going out there Cally and keeping the cigar counter pr uperly moist Tito shooting tz.f Torrio will delay his serving a fed( tral sentence for violating the prohibitton laws. lie has repeatedly kept out of jail by the use of political pull and expert legal advice but eight dayt ago he ran into the buzz saw of federal justice. Judge Adam C.

Cliffe sentenced him to nine months in the Du Page county jail for his leading in the liquor running from the Sieben brewery. lie was granted until next Tuesday to straighten his affairs before going to jail. Torrio was one of ten convicted in this case. Three others of the beer aristocracy. Dean 0Banion.

John Phil parcels when the gunmen opened fire. The man with the pistol was shooting at Torrio from the front of the machine while the man with the shotgun sent a charge of buckshot through the coachwork of the Lincoln. trIMICEEDLIZEZzol BM i 1 'If, t- 7,,, 'vc- i ,4 i 4' 4., "7. i -'1 See Death Challenee. Torrio attended allanion's wake.

Bs presence itS interpreted by the underworld as a to any wile him that they might expect to sleep in stIver-hronze caskets Ferrounded by thousands of dollars worth of flOWt, TSBut Torrio's enemies were not cowed. A week ago they tried to a-ssassinate hi 3 first lieutenant. Al Capone. That attempt failed. "Yesterday thrces.

of them lay in wait for half an hour opposite the Torrio home, waiting for: Torrio to return. At 4:30 o'clock Tor- i rio and his wife. Anna. drove up in beavy sedan. While ore of the gunmen remained at the wheel.

the other two jumped out and shot Torrio, who tried to escape by running into the spartment building. The attackers; leaped back into their machine and Trailed by Unckrworld. 1 Torrin's bravado carried him to; i Sartori's wake but immediately ar-i itirward he disappeared. So did spe.i Fel of O'Panion's most loyal follow-era. the police eaid.

They believe the OW1101 men trailed Torrio to Hot; s2eLgs. arid then Havana, aid to St. Petersburg-. Fla. i Torrio returned from St.

Petersburg I a fortnight aim and his wife followed( Ent back to the city last week. The Olanion men arrived a few days The police ordered a search last i rleht for George Moran. a former associate of O'1anii2n. lie was in the safe-blowing business 'before prohibition offered him a more profitable field i of endeavor, it is said. Meanwhile the police were piecing! I together the story of the shooting.

Torrio himself gave them no help. To Assistant State's Attorney John he said: i "I know who they are. It my busineea. I'll tell you later." i What Price hunting? i Mrs. Torrio told the circumstances of the shooting but said she would not help in finding the gunmen.

i "What good would that do?" she 4, houired. 1 Torrio and his wife. Anna, were re- i I turning to their home from downtown with a load of parcels. The car Wag driven by Robert Barton, a chauffeur. I As It drew up in front of the Torrio 1 home, two men Jumped from a gray dillac which was parked areund the mrner on 70th street.

One was armed 1 tith a shotgun, the other with a pistol. i Mrs. Torrio left the car first. She i was half way to the steps and Torrio I I was still inside the ear collecting the! I I Bar, to1 3 vo a he VIAL trard he disappeared. So did sev--! i teal of O'Panion's most loyal follow-.

rt. the police said. They believe the 0Banion rnen trailed Torrio to Hot; and then Havana, to St. Petersburg-. Fla.

i Torrio returned from St. Petersburg I a fortnight ono and hi'; Vs'ifP followed The tem back to the city last week. The O'llanion men arrived a few ag The police ordered a search last i nleht for George 1Sforan. a former as- ti ()date of O'llanion. Ilet was in the safe-blowing business before probibi- offered him a more profitable field of endeavor, it is said.

i Meanwhile the police were piecing; ther toge the story of the shoo tine-- Torrio himself gave them no help. To Assistant State's Attorney John Filar-- baro he said: I I "I know who they are. It's my busi- I'll tell you later." i What Priee hunting? Mrs. Torrio told the circumstance-4 of the shooting' but said she would not help in finding the gunmen. "What good would that do?" she ttouired.

Torrlo and his wife. Anna, were re- i turning to their home from downtown with a loaAl of parcels. The car was driven by Robert Barton, chauffeur As it drew Un in front of the Torrio I home, two men jumped from a gray dillac which was parked around the mreer on 70th street. One was armed with a shotgun, the other with a pist 01. Mrs.

Torrio left the car first. She i was half way to the steps and ToTorn. I inside th collectin the was still -Ez I See Deatt Torrio attended Bs presence wits underworld as a challenged hirn ti pect to sleep in Furrourided by tt worth of flowers. But Torrio's enet A week ago they first lieutenant 'rbat attempt of them lay in opposite the Torni Torrio to return. rio and his wife.

heavy sedan. WI 'nen remained at two jumped out a tried to escape spartment tketrd back Into Trailed by ov Twain bravad under arrest to the Jackson Park hos- I pital and although Torrio was already there, Barton refused to make any, statement Al Capone, Torrio's righthand rushed to the hospital. He was in tears as he approached his chiefs bedside. He arrived almost at the same moment that Assistant State's Attorney Sharbaro Blames The Gang." The gang did it! The gang did it!" he kept repeating as he waited outside Torrio's room, but he refused to ex-I plain who the gang P. was.

I To Sbarbaro he said: 111 tell you more when he gets I well." I Capone, in his capacity of field marshal of the Torrio forces, took cornraa nil in the sick room. He ordered the employment of two nurses for the night. I Capone was finally talcen into custody for questioning. The police admitted he had revealed nothing to them. The ear in which Torrio and his wife i were riding was not theirs.

It belongs to Jack Cusick, also a figure in the underworld. Jack is the brother of Harry Cusick. the pander. The Cusicks are on the best terms with Torrio because it was Torrio who interceded successfully with Gov: Small for Harry Cusick's parole. Borrowed Cusick Car.

Jack Cusick, owner of the car, left for New Orleans on Monday. turned his car and his chauffeur over to Torrio. Had Torrio driven his own carhe never allowed a chauffeur to run ithe might have been killed because he would have offered a more conspicuous mark. Mrs. Torrio said she had left home in the morning with her husband and her brother, Thomas J.

Jacobs. She said her husband and Jacobs left her to have a conference with former Aid. Kenna. Jacobs said he had come to only recently and had found a 3ob. through Torrio's help, in The Ship a irnmbling house in Cleero un(ler Tor i-31a-i-t-i--w-ho- the gang w- as.

To he said Ill tell you more when he gets well." Capone, in his capacity of field mar- the Torrio to corn ma nd in the sick room. He ordered the employment of two nurses for the night. Capone was finally taken into cus tody for questioning. The police ad- mitted he had revealed nothing to th em The car in which Torrio and his wife were riding NV as not theirs. It belongs i to Jack Cusick, also a figure in the underworld.

Jack is the brother of Harry Cusick the pander. The Cu- sieks are on the best terms with Torrio because it was Torrio who interceded successfully with Gov: Small for Harry Cusick's parole. Borrowed Cusick Car. Jack Cusick, owner of the car, left for New Orleans on Monday. Hs turned his car and his chauffeur over to Torrio.

Had Torrio driven his own carhe never allowed a chauffeur to I run ithe might have been killed be- cause he would have offered a more conspicuous mark. Mrs. Torrio said she had left home in the morning with her husband and her brother. Thomas J. Jacobs.

She said her husband and Jacobs left her to have a conference with former Aid. Kenna. Jacobs said he had come to Cbinago only recently and had found a job. through Torrio's help, in The Ship a gambl ng house in Cl ro uner rr- aieed 'o Torrio Runs, Barton was wounded in the knee, but Torrio wasn't scratched. lie dropped the parcels and ran toward his front.

door. He was the apex of a triangle of which the two gunmen formed the other corners. They fired again. A .45 caliber pistol bullet struck him In the arm. lie wheeled around and at the same time tried to reach his own pistol.

witnesses said. A shotgun charge struck him. One slug hit him the breaking the bone. Two struek him in the citest. A fourth caused a painful wound in the abdomen.

Torrio slumped to the sidewalk. Frightened Away. The wan with the pistol had emptied his weapon. He stopped to reload it to finish off his victim. Something frightened him and his companion.

The two assassifl s. fled to their automobile and sped rapidly away on 70th street. At Stony island avenue they turned north to 67th street. according to Walter Hildebrandt, 3737 North Reeler avenue, a driver for the Oriental Laundry company. Hildebrandt the fugitives to 67th street, where he the trail.

He told police lie could identify them. Aleanwhile Mrs. Torrio had dragged her husband to the vestibule, where she attempted to stop the flow of blood. Aletorcycle Policeman llov Carlson, who heard the shots, halled a passing and took Tornio to the Jackson Park hospital. the chauffeur, who was wounded at the first shot, had sped a wa in the car as soon as Torrio A tri I to 1unn.

Barton was wounded in the knee but To rrio wasn't scratched. He dropped parcels and ran tovvard his front. the door. Ile was the apex of a triang of which the two gunmen formed the other corne rs. They fir again.

.5 caliber pistol bulle truck him A 4 the arm. Ile 'SN heeled around and! at the same ime tri ed reac his! c'wn Pistol, witnesses said. A shotgun charge struc 'thin One slug hit Iiiin jiw, breaking the bone. Two struc im in the chest. A fourh Flinful wound in the aban- ca used a- nlen.

Torrio sluniped to the sidewalk. Frightened Away. he iflrill With the pisto had emptied his weap on. He stoppe finish off his ictim. Something fright- ened him and his companion.

The two assassins tied to their autom obile and rape.lny atvny on 70th treet. At Stony Island avenue they turned north to 67th street. according to 'Walter Hil- clebrandt, 3737 North Reeler av-nue, a tdriver for the Oriental Laundry nom. party. Illidebramit hp fugi- tivts to 67th strert, where he the trail.

He told police he could identify thcm. Meanwhile Mrs. Torrlo had dragged 117er husband to the eectibuie, where she attempted to stop the eloNv Nood. Aintrrcycle Policeman Roy carlson, XN 110 the shots, halled a Istssing tcab and took Torrlit to the Jackson ll'ark hospital. the chauffeur, who was wounded at the first shot, lent ste a in w.tv te car as soon a orrio )5 fx 31 5 4 A 1.1 sL41144iliztalI-rr.

J.A., 711'. Ir.0!ILAL.7-1,174,--v-A.4711!XLI-7111'.4,32ra71.01. LYON HEALY firms dros tn or A A A A A A A A A Tfme Mario Chanilee Edith Mason Maria Ivogun Contests 13roadcast Over These Stations Every Tuesday tight during each month beginning Tuesday, February 3rd, at 9 P. Eastern Standard Time-8 P. Central Standard Time.

WJZNew York WRCWashington WGYSchenectady LYON HEALN rionlitsvvrick Ho. Music Memory Contest 9 1G1 ROM a standpoint of local pride, we should like to see "home folks" win all of the $5,000 In awards in the Brunswick "music memory" contest It opens in a few days via radio, over the stations listed, on Tuesday, February 3rd, at 9 P. Eastern Standard Time-8 P. Central Standard Time. $5,000 cash will be awarded each month until further notice If you have no radio, come in to our shop and we will receive the whole program through our new Brunswick Radio la, the most remarkable of all radios.

Contest is open to all. You buy nothing, render no service in order to enteror to win-You simply identify the artist or orchestra, and the name of the piece each renders. Founded in the Itmr Everything 'known in Music .001 .4 4., 1 AA 1 Aka GEORGE MORAN. Police last night searched the precincts of vice for George Moran, former ally of Dean O'Banion, in connection with the Torrio attack. jumped from it A former police seri geant, John Connolly, noticed the back of the car was torn with bullet holes and followed Barton, with Policeman Roy Saunders, who happened to be passing.

They overtook Barton at 71st street and Jeffery avenue. He refused to tell how he was wounded. He was taken 04E30 Giuseppe Danise Michael Boknen John Charles Thomas Florence Easton Karin Branzell Willem Willeke Starting Tuesday Evening, February 3rd, 1925 The most nearly correct answers win the prizes. A contest blank, which we will gladly give you, Is all you need. It gives all particulars.

It lists all the artists, orchestras and singers by name. And gives a list of the selections from which the contest program will be taken. Blanks readycall for one Get your blank today. And see that the chili; dren are supplied. It tells all the details.

This is the most important educational contest ever consummated. The awards run into large sums. Anyone can win. Anyone can enter without obligation. Be sure to enter.

Arrange to receive the program in your home over your Brunswick Radio la, and invite 3Pour friends in to do so with you. We'll give you all the blanks you need for the occasion. Call for your contest blankno obligation rziatone Paid each month in the most dramatic contest of history to further musical appreciation and understanding First Prize $1000.00 Fourth Prize $200.00 Second Prize 500.00 10 Prizes 100.00 Third Prize 300.00 40 Prizes 50.00 Selections to be broadcast by artists of the New Hall of Fame, chosen from a list including the following: Wabash Ave. at Jackson Blvd. (Wabash 7900) 4646 Sheridan Road (Edgewater 1010) 1018 East 63rd Street (Dorchester 1018) 1569 Milwaukee Avenue (Armitage 7834) 4032 Milwaukee Avenue (Palisades 1828) Branch Stores Open Store Evening: ly tAttointment COMPLETE DISPLAY OF PIANOS AT ALL BRANCH STORES 41 A A A Ik A A A AA ht A a.

I "lie Buying Offices: Constantinople Direct jlobl importers Estakthshcd 0 0 0 FINAL WEEK of 0 UR A i rTiversary ttfi LE filf 13171 L4'NTA' Uri Nil 14 ir Offering Reductions of A isemarkable thing about this sale is that many of the rugs are offered at prices which atniount to little, if any, more than what you wcuuld be asked to pay for good quality domestic rugsand there's no comparison in point of beanty, value, satisfaction and long service. If 3i ou need, or expect to need, in the near futwerugs of any kind, for living room, dining Toom, bedroom, hall or stairway, be sure to SE what our Anniversary Sale offersyou will be astonished at how much you can buy with, a comparatively small outlay. Hunareds of rugs to choose from in all sizes and desirable varieties--imported direct. Every ivaig in the sale carries our usual guarantee of satisfactionand may be c.vchanged any time within a year at full purchase price. it you don't need the rugs right away, we'll be glad th hold any you may choose for future delivery.

out of town customers who give us an idea as to size type and general color sche tie of rugs required are assured of our most careful attention. We are shipping rugs to nearly every State in the Union, with great success. 28 and 30 South Wabash Avenue Sultanabad, Persia 1 17 t.4-ts,,, It 1 fre''', :04: )5 'sf, I "171. A i --s 't .4. 0..

1 k.k,, it 1 't ws 1 I 9 InC: 29-i'' -4: --triit 1 I 4, i 4 .41.. PireCt iMPOrterg Estaialulicd IS90 :s.tp,,,st Z-4. 4 i I i I 8 I 't 4 i .1, I TIV A WE 0 UR 1 i I "tt 'j I i GEORGE MORAN. It Police last night searched the pre- ts 5t A 0 tversary clocts of vice for George Moran, former ally of Dean o'Banion, in see vt. connection with the Torrio attack.

"s-: i-P. I 1. 't 4-. L. i 4 i jumped from it A former Police sers geant, John Connolly, noticed the back (oil lit of the car was torn with bullet holes and followed Barton, with Policeman Roy Saunders, who happened to be passing.

They overtook Barton at 71st street .1 and Jeffery avenue. He refused to tell A-- how he wa AvoundF d. TIP was tken I Ik I 1 i 7f, .71 1, 'I 141a, c.a..4 T. A Uar 4f I V1 I A hl l'i .1 4, -a- '''rkat, sor ir -4- r- 14, TZ LYON ee HEALY 0 nrt ir DOffering Reductions of I ti46 rine 4.,,..1, oettsfic Music Memory Contest $59 0 11 't Cas --i I 1 ti A tt te, 0 ff jto 4t nAdog 1 tlit Itto v4---, I 4 1170 I I 1 Paid each month in the most dramatic contest of history to .1 A A I further musical appreciation and understanding re AA Second Prize 500.00 10 Prizes 100.00 Ats A I ma ka.ble thing about this sale is that i' 1 MA mattly of the rugs are offered at prices which hi First Prize $1000.00 Fourth Prize $200.00 5 Third Prize 300.00 40 Prizes 50.00 anlount to little, if any, more than what you A ILA A Selections to be broadcast by artists of the New Hall of Fame, chosen from a list including the following: A wcuuld be asked to pay for good quality domes, 1,. i A Mario Chamlee 9 A to what our Anniversary Sale offersyou Edith Mason Giuseppe Danise Michael Bolmen Florence Easton i Karin Branzell A cr tic a-and and there's no comparison in point of sik Maria Ivogun John Charles Thomas Willem Willeke if beauty, value, sat isfaction and long service.

1 'N Starting Tuesday Evening, February 3rd, 1925 l- futirerugs of any kind, for living room, din- FROM a standpoint of local pride, we should The most nearly correct answers win the prizes. like to see "home folks" win all of the $5,000 A contest blank, which we will gladly give you, In awards in the Brunswick "musk memory" is all you need- It gives all particulars. i If you need, or expect to need, in the near ing- Toom 1 bedroom 9 hall or sairNvav sure test I I I con It opens ew in a days via radio, over the It lists all the artists, orchestras and singers by name. And gives a list of the selections from stations listed, on Tuesday, February 3rd, at 9 which the contest program will be taken. will be astonished at how much you can buy 1 P.

Eastern Standard Time-8 P. M. Central Standard Time. Blanks readycall for one A II 1 s(E 1 with, a comparatively small outlay. tt, 1 radloa.

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and desirable varieties--imported di. I Ft A we will receive the whole program through An our new Brunswick Radiola, the most remark- sums. Anyone can win. An without obligation. yo yon can enter A I i 1 A able of all to enter.

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for the occasion. Call for your contest blankno obligation prit A ti) hold any you may choose for future delivery. 1 11-1, A out of to 'n customers who give us an idea as to size, type and gene inral 31 ik A color sche.tle of rugs required are assured of our most careful attention. i We are ihillping rugs to nearly every State in the Union, with great success. Ilk 'S ON It 4 4.

HEMY "A I A Over These Stations contests nroadcast Founded In A Wabash Ave. at Jackson Blvd. (Wabash 7900) A I I A Alt th lcmr IS6-4 Every Tuesday gerg 1 IBI tiht during each month begin- Evythin 4646 Sheridan Road (Edgewater 1010) IOW ning Tuesday, February 3rd, at 9 P. Eastern Known in 1018 East 63rd Street (Dorchester 1018) i 11., Standard Time-8 P.M, Central Standard Tina. LSO LC 1569 Milwaukee Avenue (Armitage 7834) 4032 Milwaukee Avenue (Palisades 1828) A wjz-New York 28 antd 30 South Wabash Avenue i WGYSchenectdy Buying Offices: Constantinople i WRCWashington Branch Stores Open Eveningstat-4in Store Evening: ly tAttointment COMPLETE DISPLAY OF PIANOS AT ALL BRANCH STORES i a Sultanaba, Pers dia 1: 44 I 1 1'411' TIM --rrsrrreIrrgyrvil sa, arIn A 4, A dr A ol, grrt- ill- i ill Ii -LA 4 A J.e..4AI, LAS -1 la -S .6 Va, .4 ulai4J I' i SPIN1111 ok, I tr-I''', 4 't 1 1 1 1.1 i a 4.,, 4 I 1 4 4 4 et? .2 3 5 .4, Z.4..:' r'''' 9 'i'' li.T.,,,,e III, 'citl'''''''''T" 4' 7 -1: ft I .1..: 1: 3,.

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