Lackadaisy Undertaker
As I posted originally here
Alcohol was big business in the 1920s, of course, but so was death in many ways.  Around the turn of the century, funerals and wakes were still traditionally held in the home, but by the 20's, the trend was changing, and funeral homes were becoming the more common location for such services.

(Also, it's not an organ pulper.  It's embalming equipment.)