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President Wilson Signs Measure
Against Protest of State Dept. Over Treaty Conflict. The Jones shipping bill, providing Tor a surrender of the great American ffov eminent-built merchant marine ? nd the twenty-nine former Herman liners to the shipping trust and for *'KU shipping inter<aita, was signed ?X President Wilson yesterday after noon. The President gave his approval to ? he bill, making It a law, in tl e face *>' a jn-ol.sl from the State Dopaii I *??nt. U was stated officially at the (White House that Secretary j( State Oolby had opposed the bill b cai**" ? It carries a provlaion which violates ? number of treaties with foieiun nations. May Xraa I'ourl Unfile. This attitude on thj part of the State Department, It i* belioverj cer tain, will result in th?j iini'flior. of disposing of the fornv r Gbrnum ves sels, as well as the shl|<3 built by (lie Shipping: Hoard, beln.; thrown into the courts again. The State Department is .he bra* cli of the Government concerned with foreign affairs and ?toatlcs. mid thin department has ?aid that the bill ahoud not have buei Higried because It violates many tr?a?ie/. On this foundation, the question of the legality of the act Is believed more than likely again to And its way Into the courts, and on up to the United States Supreme Court, If nacessary. Members of Congress and other* interested In the maintenance and operation of -*!i nlc<|,ialt Amorioun merchant marine cJnm??nted on the apparent hasto :n which I'ri-sident Wilson attach i1 his Mgmiture io Ihc bill. The bill did not reach the White House until 3:30 yesterday afternoon, ^and the Congressional clerks had to smash a lot of speed records to com plete it in time to get It there by that hour I'nder the agreement for adjuurn ment of Congress at 4 o'clock, the President had only thirty minutes in which to give any study to this meas ure, and a number of others wero piling In on him at the same time. O'evrm 39 races. The shipping bill covers fifty-nine pages and is highly complicated and technical. It was revised twice yes terday, half a dozen important fea tures being changed the second time. There has not been a new print of the bill since the confcrence added theJr multiplicity of amendments. The first time the measure was in fhape for an Intelligent reading of Its pro visions was when the Congressional clerks completed the typewritten draft sent down to the White House. Thla situation would indicate that the President had to "take it on faith." V,. The next step In the process of turning the 2,000 ships, built at a cost tp the people of more than $3,500,000, 000, over to the shipping Urust and Joreign ahipping interests Is the ap pointment by the President of the seven members of t)ic new Shipping Board. There was no indication at the White House as to when this will be done. ItMealatlM on Benson. There la much speculation as to whether or not Admiral Benson will be reappointed as the chairman. It ia known that Admiral Benson has not found his task an easy one and Is not at all eager to continue In the post. When informed that the President had signed the shipping bill. Admiral Benson stated that he would make every effort to sec that the Govern ment's ships, to be sold under Con gressional dictation, fall Into t he_ hands of Americans. Observers who have followed the policies of the Shipping Board since Admiral Benson took office are strong ly inclined to believe in his intontion 1 to discriminate in favor of Ameri cana. as far as It Is possible for him to do so. It is believed, however, that the un-American provisions of the bill, directing the sale of ships to l aliens when they cannot be sold to I Americans, will hopelessly block the F carrying out of Admiral Benson's In tention. however sincere No one Is able to predict the mem bership of the new board, still to be created under the terms of the Jones bill, or to ray that the new members will adopt the policy expressed by Admiral Benson. In this respect the most significant '?II i"iip "'TH i"| . ? , I'i'S ?van iia.n . '. ! ,* '' ? i m.11'? r ? 111 ?. : ?? n III ill i I SB III I II ??? i ' /g ,i j. i I ? 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If this is the result the Shlppirur Board n.>r my other governmental agency is li>lp less to prevent foreign nations t'nt tenlng their merchant marines with ship? for which the American people paid more than S-XOOO.OOO.OOO tt> build. With reference to the great fleet of twenty-nine former German liners, I thirteen Off which already have been | allocated to the United SJates Mail , Steamship Company under a contract ! which the Shipping Board refuses to | divulge. Admiral Benson said that he | would also endeavor to place the re | maining ships with American com ! panles. Future of I.evlathan. Some of them, he said, probably would be allocated fo the Munson Line fqr its South American service, and he indicated that the board would act as to the disposition of the others In a very short time. - The great steamer Leviathan, queen of the fleet, may be taken out of the hands of the International Mercantile Mmrfne, which now holds her under a tentative contract for her operation. Admiral Benson said yesterday that he was determined that the Leviathan should be reconditioned at the Ports mouth navy yard and placed into service, as the great ship had proved a "white elephant" to the board. The United States Mail Steamship Company is known to be dickering | for the operation of the Leviathan, and is also said to be negotlati*? for the North German Lloyd piers at New York, with which to establish American terminals for its traiW-At lantic lines which it will open up with the thirteen vessels already al located to it. with the possible addi tion of the leviathan. Mr. Mayer, j president of the company, recently' j told a Shipping Board official thai he would be willing to operate tl^,. Leviathan, even at a loss, for t ti e prestige it would give the company (tlal Kf?r? I,om of Ships. The same issue of the Congy cs. sional record which records the ' flna] passage of the Jones bill also eg/ rries an admission by a Senator who 1 voted for the measure that It plac* 4 tjlp American merchant marine ir^ grave danffer of destruction. This admission is by Sena/ or Dial. Democrat, of South Carol / lla_ who twice voted for the conlere t cr. report yesterday, after the drast fr Rn(| ?n I American provisions of thr, legislation had been plainly poln'j.,i out t,y | Senators Nugent and 'fjeed. The South Carolina Senator* voiced his i?mu.liaMHOTTC'* i'-mWHJIW WJMj, u* 1 "tears" after the Senate had finally appiuved the bill. ?\\l> i'*n r Is that I hone ships will be sacrificed and be allowed to falL into the hands of moaiopolisls." fct&'.tu.tor Uial declared. "No doubt it is a Rood polity to *ejl usele-s ships and ships not (*jit??l for our purpose*.-' he stated at niud.her point in his heliUed spuech. "I tfimk that is about a* far as 1 vyrjuld have irone at the present time." These view a of the ?ou?h Carolina Senator are interesting, .a'view of tho fact that he Ik a member of the I'om merce Committee whkJi drafted the shipping bill. Continuicn, he said: I he lirm has come w hen we need a merchant murine whfc/i W|u be com mensurate with our demand* and nccesiit lis. \Ve wis/? to .-hip our poods to every miirk*j ,n the world I am. therefore, etr. /n/;ly In favor of building up a gr<' jil merchant mu rine.'' In on>- breath t!/r- .Senator declared lie had a prem <??vaI' of apprehension about the bill," bm thought .t was * law t tm i cot: Id possibly bo trained "at this t inc." and then add ed: , "If I had be<*? , preparing the bill, this i.* not cxu.f 11 y as i would have had it."* I ropoNfn Utopian Srheroe. Senator Di;j/ said hr was "firmly of the opinion ' that the charges that ??sufficient /advertisement has not been mud* uf intended sales of these ship jr ,M tnje. He made no ^Terence i> thr provision Jn the J>iU which pet /nits of secret bids. The Se/.ator purposed a Utopian scheme t.f distributing the Uovern ment s ihips among the various States, r_io that poople all over the country? would Ret Home benefit from the gr? at merchant fleet which cost the nj tion more than *:i,50n,0U0.0l>t) He ?<(/ d: "'f there is going to be anv money "h" out operation, if these Kbit* are to be sacrificed. I think the P'jof |e M|i over the country ought to some ol the benefit of the trans iwcVon." "".Vith regard to his plan for dlstri r tion of the vessels among the D ates. Senator Dial said: "I wish some such process as I ?am about to suggest might b- adopt J cd I wish that the Shipping Ftoard ? would make a calculation in order to ascertain how many ships each State w ould be entitled to, according to the population of the State. "Of course, J do not believe In the Government giving its ships away; and while I know that the States. as such, could not buy ships, I should like to have the ownership of these ships spread out all over the L'nlted States. i "I believe that the Shipping Roard ought to encourage chambers of com merce. boards of trails, and different business institutions all over the counrty to look Into the desirability of purchasing the ships; and if Jt could be so arranged, that each State would be entitled to an option on the purchase of ho many ships, perhaps the citizens of the States would get busy and form corporations and com bine with other people and help buy the ships. "I wish that the coal interests, the beef Interests, the grain interests, the tobacco interests, the cotton mill in terests, the cotton-growing interests, and the farming interests generally all over this country would co operate and buy these ships. "So 1 hope that there will be thor oughgoing advertisment by the Ship ping Board. If I had my way, ther? would be no hurry to sell these ships, hut the sales would be advertised thoroughly all over the United States, so as to allow every Interest to come in and bid on the ships. "Rven inland cities would tako pride in, participating. If they under stood the situation and the favorable terms upon which they could pur chase the ships," Rupture Kills 7,000 Annually Seven thousand persona each year are laid away the burial errtiflcai,. being marked ' Rupture." Why? Because tha ?inforlunatc ones had neglects themeelveii or had hcett merely taking car.' of I lie algn iswelllnicl of the affliction and paying no attention to the cause. What ai<. you doing? Are you neglecting yours?lf hy wearing a truss, appliance, or whatever noma you choose to call It? At best the truss la only a makeshift?a false prop tgalnst a collapsing wall -and cannot bs expected to act as mors than a mera me chanical support. The binding pressure retards blond circulation, thus robbing the weakened muscle* of that wtilch they need most?nourishment. But science hss found a way, and every tnisa sufferer In the land Is Invited to nuke a FHIOM test right In the privacy of heir own home The PLAPAO method Is ?innueatlonably tha most scientific, logical Hiul success!ul ?eif treatment for rupture the world lias over known The Pt,.\f*AO PAD when adhering e|o?e v to the body cannot possibly alip or ahlft 1 'it of place, therefore, cannot chafe or l>ln< h Soft as velvet- easy to spply?|n tpenalvr. To be u??<| whilst you work and wlillat you sleep. No strops, buckles r springs attached. I.earn how to dose the hernial opening - * ni'-irt- ' n tended ?o the rupture CAVT Ic.r down M. nit yi'UI 1->i 111* lodli'. lo , ' v'.s 1II. " '. 11' I 11 :> M l.omv Mo for PUKE trial flap,,, and tha Informs-, 'ion netessarv Senators Denounce Failure Clean Up Business As Session Ends. to Adjournment of Congress yesterday, with many Important and prrsslna matters still Incomplete, was de nounced by a number of members of both houses. They point out that many Important revenue bills must go over to next session Action upon the Armenian mandate, which was refused by the Senate. has not yet been taken by the House. The so-called packers' bill, placing control of the iucat packing Industry under the Federal Trad* Commission, the bill to prohibit the importation of foreign dyestuffs. the soldiers' bonus, the Mct'orrnlck bud get bill, providing for a budget of national sxpendllurt-n In the place of I he present loose method of mak ing estimates, and ijiany measures directed against profiteering. and seeking to establish Industrial har mony, go over* us "unfinished busi ness." 9 Jn the closing hours of the Congress much important legislation was Jam in<*l through tn long sessions that sometimes extended far Into the night. Among these measures are the shipping bill, which with scant deliberation turned over the Amer ican Merchant Marine to the shipping trust and foreign competitors; the army reorganisation bill, providing an army of 280.000 men and 17*00 offi cers; the postofYico appropriation bill. Increasing the salaries of postal em ployes from 10 to ll> per cent, and the water-power hill, providing a licensing system for projects of water-powec development. Mar legislation Abolished. Another Important measure passed within ?t he last twenty-four hours was a bill to abolish war legislation and with it the special war powers of the President. The l.ever food control act and the trading with the enemy art are extended by special provisions of this bill. Adjournment w as announced promt Iv at ?! o'clock yesterday afternoon in both houses. It Is unfortunate that lack of a few minutes more of time prevented the passage of the McCor mick budget bill, providing a sys tematic method of computing Govern ment appropriations, and the Harris resolution tailing for a statcmet by the Government of income tax re turns and excess profits. t'ongress will stand adjourned un til the first Monday in December un less called back into extraordinary session. This is regarded as improb able, however, as 1'rcsident Wilson has lei it be known that only na tional developments of m grave char acter would result In a call for an extra session. House Cleans I p Karly. The closing hours In both branches of Congress were marked by a con trast of conditions. In the lower house the slate was wiped clean early In the afternoon, and a recess was taken until Just before the closing hour. In the Senate, however, the calendar was fllled to overflowing. In spite of the feverish haste with which the members worked at times, many Important measures remained to be Anally disposed of when the hour for adjournment came. This re sulted in partisan clashes all alone the line, Democrats and Republicans vising with one another to shift the blame for resopnslbllity The result was that instead of the love feast which usually marks the passing of a Congress, the closing hours were fllled with acrimony, re criminations, and bitter debate. Senator Kenyan, Republican, of | Iowa, said: "We are making a grave mistake to adjourn, leaving many Im portant matters still in the air. It is contrary to public policy, and can hardly fail to make a bad Impression on the mind of the public." Senator McCumber. Republican, of North Dakota, said: "With a third of the Senate running for the Presidency and the rest busy trying to rig up po litical lightning rods for themselves, we have come to the close of a ses sion not remarkable In efficiency or achievement." Senator Ashuist, Democrat, of Ari zona. said: "Much has been done for big contractors and gougers. but It is s pity to see Congress close with such a poor record of service in the inter est of the common people of this na tion." Score* Shipping "Steal." Senator Reed! Democrat, of Mis souri. observed: "Having Just voted a billion-dollar shipping steal, perhaps the American people will gladly say amen to our motion for adjournment." I Senator Walsh. Democrat, of Massa chusetts. said: "We have left many things In an unfinished state. I espe cially regret that nothing effective was done to remedy the print-paper situation, and think the Senate de serving of censure for its failure to pass on this Important measure." Senator Thomas, Democrat, of Col orado, said: 'W'ell, in our adjourn ment there will be one great comfort for the American people, and that Is. I hat for several months w e will not be able to waste any more public funds." POLISH ARMIES SMASH BIG BOLSHEVIST DRIVE Regain Lost Territory to Depth of 40 Kilometers and Press on. By >1KRKI>ITII O'KKIU., Special Cable to The Washington Times. WARSAW. June The polish armies have smashed the great Bol shevist offensive. Rushing re-inforcements to the sec tors south of the Dwina and along the tipper Rereslnn, the Polish forces have regained lost territory to a depth of forty kilometers, and are still advancing. The Bolshevists have launched a strong cavalry offensive In Ukraine south of Kiev, which failed after small local flucceiiN. The Rolshevlst agitator Radek de mands in the official Holsheviat or gan that all means be employed to destroy Poland which country forms a dam in the Bolshevist march toward the west. Press reports in Poland declared the government, trusting in Germany's decency, did not insist upon the rlghl of controlling* all transports from <?ormany and rustern Prussia Across the Polish corridor to Danzig, but that s*n5atinnal discoveries made on .Tunc ^ flisdosti a train of twenty cars losdcd with firearms snd muni tions destined Xor c4?tcru Prussia 1 JLULtt. MMWIIIMt KASfcS MAKKHAL1., wealthy widow of 1 h?rl?-?. H Marshall, who. ar cording to ? wrporl from ?ill become the l>uch<-?? of Kieh mond. Mrs. Marshall la Ihr mother of Mra. Marshall Field and of ( harlra Henry Marshall, who married Alice Kurd Hunting ton. H?t*r of Mr? Vincent Amor. The Duke of lUt hmond ia aeveaiy tiv?? years old and haa been mar ried iwiee before. rHICAdO, June #.?"Either the nomination for the Presidency or nothing." That Is the frame of mind in which Nicholas Murray Butler, president of Columbia University, arrived here yesterday. He made a declaration to that effect to newspapermen a* he took up his quarters in the Congress Hotel If he cannot get the Republi can nomination for the Presidency that will end hi* mission, for he cares neither for the Vice Presidency or an ambassadorship, or other plums. "I can safely say the New York delegation will stick by tne," de clared Or. Butler, "until I release it "Prohibition is not an Issue in this campaign and there will be no plank concerning it in the Republican plat form. "1 favor ratisftcation of the peace treaty with reservations?not be cause it is a good treaty, but because It Is the best the people have." Dr. Butler, in answer to questions, eaid that if Hiram .lohnson Rot upon the floor of the convention to maK*e a personal fight on the treaty, he, Butler, would subsequently get up and defend it. He referred to Presidential prefer etial primaries as "a fraud upon the people." adding that the only plan to select a candidate was the conven tion. He spoke at length in favor of a revision of the tax revision. IRISH PICKETS DENOUNCE RESOLUTION OF PROTEST New York Candidate Wants Top of Ticket Only?Opposes Johnson on League. BUTLER WILL NOT TAKE SECOND PLACE Mrs. Thomas Corliss Score* Senator Thomas for Activity Over Flag-Burning. Mrs. Thomas K. Corliss, in spenking for the "Irish pickets" who burned h flag of Oreat Britain before the Treasury Kuilding in Washington Wednesday, when Informed of the resolution of condemnation which Senator Thomas of Colorado intro duced in Senate, today said: "My attention lias been called to a dispatch saying that Senator Thomas has introduced a resolution In the Senate condemning the burning of the British flag outside of the Treasury Building "In view of the recent recognition of the Armenian republic, which was literally snatched from Turkish con trol? an empire with' which we have had peaceful relations?the pickets feel constrained to remark that Mr. Thomas must he one of those who with Emerson believed that con sistency is a 'hobgnbin of a little mind.' "The same Senate of which Mr. Thomas is a member Is also resolved to send marines to Armenia. We sup pose that the move on foot to buy old English airplanes is for the pur pose of guiding the American battle ships across the Caucausus mountains to the boundary of Armenia which :?? far as we know is In the mind of our estcemefl executive. The pickets are wonderlnr what qualifications are needed to become a member of the United States Senate." Cured His RUPTURE I was badly ruptured while lifting a trunk acveral yearn ago. Doctor* aald my only hope of euro was an operation. Trusses dl<l me no Rood. Finally I got hold of something that quickly and completely cured m<?. Yeara have pasted and the rupture haa never returned, although I am doing hard work aa a carpenter. There was no operation, no loat time, no trouble ! have nothing to aell, but will glvo full Information about how you may nn?l a complete cure without operation. If you write to me, Kugene M. Pulton, Carpenter, .114F Marcellua Avenue, Manaitiuan, N J Better cut out thla notlco and show it to any othera who are ruptured?you may save a life or at least atop the miaery of rupture and tha worry and danger of an f<m mAmnArrifyrto Ptmpofrir 361 PENNA. AVE. PMONC MAIN 5362 WATSON MAY HEAD: PLATFORM CHIEFS Indiana Senator Believed Logi cal Choice as Resolutions Committee Chairman. CHICAGO, Juim fl - Senator James [ E. Watson. of Indiana. is moat prom- I inently mentioned today for rhtl/f | man of the convention reaolu'.iona j committee, which will bring out Ihe \ party platform. The Senator la ex - i pected to' reach here today. State delegate* have been nwtiried , by wire by Chairman Hay*, of Ihe National Committee, to pick their . representatives for membership on the resolution committee. Senator Watson was it compromiser | on the l.eague of Nations covenant j and souyht to bring about It* ratlfl) a tion with amendment*. It la believed thai hm "election aa chairman of the platform committee will meet with the support of the Johnson-Poindexter Horah delegates or of those who are supporting the "Irreconciliables.'' The work of platform building ha* ! ben entrusted to many hand* The general planks are being whipped m- ' to shape by the executive commltte of j Uio ipecl|t committee on plaftorm and policies of which J. Ogden Mills, of New York, Ik chairman, in collab- J oration with Chairman Hays and lead- | era of the national committee. Portions of the platform dealing with foreign relations are being per fected by Senator Lodge with the as sistance of Senators Knox, Fall, and ISranelcRec and othcra of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Senator t.odge is expected here Sunday with his draft of these plans ready. It was understood ( that the plank dealing with the European situation will be a straddle. It will be a defi nite commitment against Interfer ence m European domestic matteis or alliances of such a nature as may lead this country to render armed assistance because of such alliance, but there will be a pledge of sympa thy to those countries with which this country co-operated in the war against Germany and a general prom isc to render what aasistance may he possible and practicable to promote their welfare. Encouragement will i-e given those countries that ara stalling upon or seeking independ ence. The plank dealinK with Mexico, which Senator Fall of New Mexico is said to have drafted, will favor inter vention unless Mexico shall soon dem onstrate that it is on the road to a stable government that will afford protection to American citlzcns in Mexico and security for their prop erly. It seems to he the settled conviction >>f leaders here that the platform will be studiously silent on the subject of prohibition. The "wets" are actively at work to force a plank recommending a "lib eral ' Interpretation of enforcement laws. SINGLE TERM PLANK FAVORED BY LOWDEN Illinora Governor Would Also Have I Aspiring Cabinet Members Re sign Their Posts. CHICAGO. June fl.?Gov. Frank O. Lowden delivered himself yesterday In favor of a single rerm for the Presi dency and the Insertion of a plank to this effect In the national platform which will be adopted this week. He also asserted that he is pre pared to insist that any member of a Presidential Cabinet shall retire Im mediately upon becoming a candidate for a Presidential nomination. "The President would be freed from the temptation of working for a *c nomination and re-election should he be limited to one term." said the gov ei nor "He would be able to give hif whole attention and his best thought to his duties." Governor Lrf>wden said he was wedded to the budget plan for run ning the financial affairs of the country. MR*- MaKu.iKKI Kfc. I HI. foiiu-r rlcik in Mall hirrtl. ?h? will mmmi ft? I rial imi I thtlfr ol grand larceny in run Mellon witli stork nalci. It la ?Urged that ah? fail.d to drlivrr stork crrtittratea after ahe had collected for thrui. WOMEN 10 PICKE! CONVENTION HALE Battalion Due At Chicago Pre-1 pared to Stage Demon stration of Protest. rn|CA<JO, June 6?A battalion of determined women bent upon a vigorous manifestation against the (3. O. P. ax a protest against the con tinued disfranchisement r>f xvom'ii for which the Republican party haE become responsible, will arrive here tomorrow. National V." mnti> parly headquarters announced toJay. The demonatration will he *tased in front of the CotlMUM. A lire of pickets, all carrying banners with printed inscriptions aimed at what the feminists call "The Suffrage Kill buster of the Republicans.will be thrown about the convention hall, to remain there, the leaders declare, to the end of the gathering. Some of the banners read ??Repub licans?the Republican governors of Vermont and Connecticut refused to call a special scaalon." ?The Republicans?Are you afraid r>f the women's vote?" "The Republican legislature of Delaware fails to ratify." "Republicans?how can you ask for women's support while you deny them votes 7" "How can you ask for women's money while you refuse them liberty?" PREMIER USES THREATS AGAINST IRISH RAH. MEN ' I Lloyd George Warns Strikers Got ernmenl Will Fight Unless Mu nitions Trains Are Moved. LONDON. June 6.?Tremier Lloyd 3eorge has served a stern warning upon Irish railway strikers, who are tcfusing to handle munitions trains, that they must return to work or the government will light them with all the resources at its command. This warning. It was learned today, was conveyed to thf Irish strikers through J. H. Thomas, head of the Vational Union of Railway men. The premier characterised the atti tude of the Irish railroad workers as i direct challenge which the Rrit.sh government must recognise unless It is to abdicate. "By attempting to dictate the poli tics of the government, labor Is rais ing the same issues that have resulted ?o disastrously for trade unionism in Krance." Mr. Lloyd fjeorgr- declared. KNOX BACKSSPROUl AS PA. CANDIDATE Senator Squashes Rumor He Resented Indorsement of Keystone Governor. In ? ?(tlrnitnl issued lul nlgli' Senator Philander C. Knox of Pen? sylvanla. stamped a* absurd ll.l re port that he was absenting turtiself from the Cblrafo convention betaua* of the endorsoment uf Governor Spruill by the Pennsylvania delegation m<4 declared his warm support of tfc? governor for the Presidential nomlo atlon. He a*id: "If I am not compelled to absepl myself front ihe Chicago convention b> personal business leasons whi?t? demand my immediate attention I would vote for Governor Sproul. "I will, however, be represented at Chicago by an excellent alternate Judff- "James H. Iteed of Plttsburgf ?who shares my views that the He publican party rould not name a bitter man than Governor fproul foi President. 'The attempt lo twist my enforced absence from the Chicago conven tion Into a story that I am not goinv because of Ihe endorsement K'vai lo Governor Sproul by the Pennsyl vania delegation Is utterly absurd. "Nothing could be more untrue | and ridiculous. ( have the warmeal admiration for Governor Sproul ani J his splendid qualities as a man aiKjj a leader. His Republicanism and ad' ence and ability can be queatlonec ministrative and legislative expert by no one. . ' "1 regrit 1 cannot be at Chicago for I would like to have (he privilege of casting my vote for Qovernoi Sproul. 1 will, however, be well re presented there by Judge Keed and I trust my friends will clearly under stand 1 am for Governor Sproul anf would personally vote for him biA for the. necessity of my remaining away from the convention." $30,000 PAID FOR COW. ST. PAUL., June .6.?A world's re?-\ ord price of $:i0,000 for a Holsteln cow was paid yesterday at the Minn*-! sota Holstein-Frieflan sale. The price was paid by Gustav Pabat. Dousman. Wis., for Pabet Kornrtyke f'ornflower, purchased from Fred Pabst. Oconomowoc, Wis. < The previous record price w*?' was $1S.400. ADVERTISEMENT What Causes Wrinkles? What's The Remedy? Stop to consider vbit produces wrinklat and sagginess of skin. Premature aging, mal-nutrttion. etc.. cause the flesh ti shrink. lose its youthful plumpness and firmneas. 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