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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. JULY 2. 1912.
FIVE Sour Cherries lnl huiioo. Hi' slmrl ( ic iiml tin mi' in ;u li Cnno. llll'I'llll'lollS 4 ( II I lllill I (. Xnflw Apple, "' Hi. lilir in I ll 1 1 ' l- lllll' (illl ll lll'IIIW. i 2 Mi. J.m'. TIM WOODRUFF IS BALLOT FORTY-TWO FOLLOWER OF J . ROOSEVEL uf . ju-t !. '. Crnrl.i'i- l.,lo I M in :l ill- .liili c, nil. ;l.",c iimi (i.-,, . New Yoik Politician Tells Why lie Quits Paity to At tach Himself to Cause of De feated Candidate, SEES NO BREAK IN DEADLOCK (Continued Kroin Vngp Ct. ( lull HilllX' Salad lU'Osslng, .: slos. Lie, :!,"! iiml (."(, A. J. Maloy PHONE 172 MULTI-MILLIONAIRE DECLINES SENATORSHIP Reno, .Nov.. July 1. In a letter ad dressed to Coventor Taskor oddie, uf Nevada, today, Ceorgc Wingfield de clined the appointment of I'nited tati's senator In succeed the late Senator Coorge S. Nixon. W. A. Mnssey. former rliirf Justice ol' tin- supreme court uf Ni'Miil i. anil .it present n practicing uttoiiuy of P. no, has lieon tendered ami has :ir- opted the appointment of I"t,it",l i-'talis senator fur Nevada tn succeed the late Cooi-Re S. Nixon. This was ii nnounoed b.v Mr. Massey today. Senator Massex' is one of the maundiest republicans in the stale i' ti,i was defeated by Cxcruor (1,1, lie t'.vn years as?" ft the primaries fur the republican gubernatorial nomination. .j. Si'i'i'iiu I 'il, Mie tn IIiiii Again. Aiiluirn, N. V., July 1- Itopivscnt i tive Moreno I'ayne i-stied a statement ( today announcing his purpose to run again for congress', despite certain op position at the primaries. Pr Mnrnttll New Vol Wood I Mil', of this St.ll lyn to the .Imininl pcta! t-aniwl Wlr 1 k. July I. Timoihy 1.. "liner lieutenant umriiinr '. ,l delegate from Pruok ii'puhlieati nationul run- il the aide conx i tit ion "o man sent lo a nation. I la amli d xx llh Fix nnis'ii I hi i total a li 2 . ; Tin t rail stand I III Hl'd 'l oll'l I'll thi ihniv lllllli'lIM, I e was no la h.u inu i pn . was ' up i . u . t ii Ih led I and Kept xx mild V, Its i the P. i group ml e.in come uiihin ( .urying .New Ma nelif ield. il 1 1 1 1 1 Slniu hfii Id hilt' hall Voi 1 I heel liy million i I'M laim. i Into. rat: .1 with Any explained his leaving party und supporting venlion. today the I'. 11 1 ' 1 1 I'll 11 Kill ISIA I'll. "Deeply as 1 regret 'his sex era nee of Hie polilieal affiliations and asso ciations of a Uf,. time," the statement sa.XS, 'the action of the Chicago coll xeniliii, makes il Imperative on every man xx ho hi's been proud to cull him self a republican, to rebel against forces so unscrupulous in the use of polilieal power. "The ni'xv party will haxe the ad wiiitiiui' of no sectionalism, no tar ilf complications growing nut of past promises; no entanglement which will prevent its using Its best efforts to adjust on a perfectly eiUilahle b ts tho relations between capital and la bor, and no obligation of a pecuniary or other xharaster, w men will ham per Il in its effort so to handle tiues- tlons so as to give all interests a sij mire deal as will secure the speeay deration of prospci ity.'' us nin of the p ihonld be link,' uiout and llxan been writing for pay fi cue,, ropu 1I i, an eotix etll It exe'iaied fiom this coin l.u ked w hose Moruan. nan xxin i n .1 llrx n. im ' Del-hid in the Clu i should ie 1 1 M i n . Ui. aildidate 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I- belli" A few lit ill lit I'll. ill 111. Ill .l ino I loll I 'I noli I' .il of the Fil't church nt Mill it A cheef swe, Drxan I'liii'iril i the NYhra-k.i .! The twin! then begun. In II t-i " ' gained lour xni. sixth bailor Illinois ,i.-Im I ballol. Mission i MCS.'II! I! 1 1 loll I'll 1 1 IX brasl-.i i' Iter Hli il 1 1 111,' coux ell ' i I.. X. I'll o ,'ole M ' ihodisl i;po.' i op.. I lli.'l. oll'eted pr.ixer, I ili hall as V. J. I.I lni'li his seal XX i! Ii ' i' I Hull. 'iiiih loll i all xx as Litis HIT .lib d. rlaik txx out U'hci lire lie fianllx. In N 'I any polled, shoxx I and I'litler he soli'l xo' ' (he null ill''' I'Sj- IHSSOI.l Tlt) )!' I'AIU'M.HSIIIP. I'lie partnership heretofore existitiB between J. V. l'aliner and .S. II. Heth, loinh. business under the firm name .1' the star Hay & (Jrain Co., has this lay been mutually dissolved, J. W. l'aliner retiriiiK. All debts due to the firm will be collected by S. II. sotn, who will also pay all debts oxveil by the firm. J. W. PA l-.M r-n. S. 11. SKT1I. Julx- 1, 1912. X . KiuiUi-iN lo Dux liallxxax. Was!unTon, July 1. -The Anicrii aii liankers interested in the loan lo Nie. nraj;ua prolmbly xxill relieve the I'iuan fial straits of thai country by buying the noxei'timent railway. Priests' Advice led lo Their Recovery TWn, xxenk, or frnll peopli those wha "tiikc rnlil eiisllv" and KiiiTeri" of lli'in rl His mnl Astliinn. slmiilil lit pirpiiri-,1 Willi pT-kinnu'M Allft'fltive la the house. Ili'iniirkiilili' ciiii'i uf even TuberruluiH f ("i n sn in pi 1 x-et pel-nuns lire ofteu accom phsheil. Here are txva eusen: "(Iriilli'ini'M: (in June .'(, 1007, I wl opiTnted upon for Tulier'Tilnr i'erltonltla at St. Mnry's llK,ltiil. Knehester, N. Y. Afler the ojieratlim niy pliysiclana (jnx-ft mi' up. I xx'fls then urjieJ Ity a pries' tn tnl.e Ki'km'in's Altemtive. xvhlch aid Mv weluht at the time won 72 Ilia. 1 Ih'khu to Improve nail stcinllly Rained ! henllll anil sirent'lli. I now weigh 125 bn,. iitul ani nl solntely niii'd." (Slttneil Atll.bivTll KIlN'A KINZKR. I.l Sax jiimiili St., Ki'('heter. N. Y. "Oentleinen.' I xviis truuliled with Aslh m;i and Kiuni'liithi for nevintecn yenra. Afler tryini: many renieilles l-U-kman's Al ti'iiitlx'e wiir reeiiniiniMiiletl to rue Ii.t our puriuli priest. I inn now fei'liug tine. I raiinot tiralse It i'iiiiiil'Ii." (Kuneil ANNA .MAS Mi-ESTKK, Alllilavltl Ijji'oii. 111. Iv'ktnan'K Allernllve la effective In Ilron rtiitls, Asl Inn i . II. iv 1 ever; Threat iinil l.iinir Tiuiilili'S. iiml In UilililtiIloK the Bysteni. I 'oes not t f i ill poisons, nplitl'-s or liahlt fni in ii ili'ii:. Ask for liooklet of eiitcl rasiM niiil xvrile to Kikinaa l.iilinratcir.v. I ' h i ':l delp b in , P. i . for more evt-(leli'-e. I or sale hy all li-ailiui: ill'UKi;lata fl(.(i Mviirailo I'liarinacy anil Highland l'iiiiriiuicy in .lliii(iiei'(iui'. Tap-lino fuses diiiiKton, July coiirl today xxant "t juris, lictloli. lap-line cases, filed petilion presented by I'l'iiiiisled in.iiinelioiis lerslate comllliT'ee collimissioll lli-lllissOll. 1. The com dismissed, tor the so-called recently. The the tap-lines aains! the in- or der (lelerminiiiK tin lines xxilh relalion hunk lines. status lo I he of a tap- I'lollS ( liiiTimi ( lull Wins Tiopliv. Chicago, July 1. .Midlothian I'oun liy club of Chbatio, today won the Claris V. HiMHins trophy, cmblema lic of the team , hampionship of the Woniens' Western (loll' association, accordini? to incomplete returns re ceived lotiight. In play hy teams of four women at various clubs auainsl par, eiKhleen holes, Ihe Midlolhian team finished only three down. Destructive Forest l ires in Miclilnnn. Sault Sle. .Marie, Mich., July 1. A forest fire near Sheldrake, forty miles north of this en:,, has destroyed near ly f,oii,Onii leet of hiKh Krade xvhito pine lows valued al $, itiK to reports received .",(1,011(1. accord here lontKlit. Tilled llnuivlitiT Horn to lloli'i"s. I.ondon, Jul'. I. A daughter was horn on'i:ht t" Hie Kail and Countess of (Iranard. The i outiless was form erly Miss lleatriee Mills, daimhlcr of J. (iLiden Mills, of New York. Not (o'liiial IxoniT anliiiKo, July 1. ( the insiirjii lit leader, lapiurcil. Wounded in he is rcpoii Cuban Iroep il inn xxilh one Captured. emral Ixonct, has not been the rinhl arm. befol coinp e the inion. f PUMK f I H,rc- j 7H " M I I 1 I'xan xx'as opposi eveept M r. Ill .i) n. Slain hfield i 1 1 ' s i 1 1 xxilh ai'iiouneln his vote for Wilson. Vcxv V oi k's ote xx a in Clark 7S. Wilson wood L', absent 1, but of 'JO was cast under for Clark. The txx enls -eli;hi 11 ballot on pr dent I'IoukIiI Ihe first notable break, the thirty vales heretofore solid for ibivirnor Marshall heinn losl, i for Wilson and one for Kern. Wilson's total xvas thus swelled to 4071'.,, makini: him a close secotid to Clark, who still clutiK to his lead xvitn 4tiM i2. The Illinois deleualioii of aS, headed by KoKer C. Sullivan, reaehed the hall late, havluu been in caucus since I il o'clock. Illinois stood unanimously and firmly for Clark throuKhout the txxeiity-six ballots. Kolloxx iiiR the seventh ballot there had been continued rumors of a break 111 Illinois and today this xvas revived when the dflfKalion "passed" when first called on the twenty-seventh. WILSON TKKS I.KAD Illl ll sI'IAIil It CI KK Woodroxx' Wilson became the lead Iiik candidate for the presidential nomination before the de imicratic na tional convention lat tills afternoon. He passed Champ Clark on the thir tieth ballot, (,'ettitiff 4(10 votes to 4o" for the speaker. Wilson had beer kuinliiK titeadily and went into the lead amid a K'cat demonstration by his adherents. (in the thirtieth ballot the Vermont delegation dropped Foss, of Massa-I chusells, and went, into tho Wilson fold. Iowa, which had been xotitmi solidly for Clark, split fourteen fori Wilson and Ixvelxc for Clark. 1'rom'ossivo leaders, canvassing 'he field for an available man to break the deadlock In the evenl of failure to nominate (lox'crnor Wilson, seriously considered lleprcsetitati x e A. Mitchell rainier, of 1'ennsx Ivania. After the thirtieth ballot showed Wilson in the lead, the Wilson forces were hopeful of succesH. It was report ed thai Illinois soon would ko to Wilson, but many be lieved that he would have difficulty in Kelllng the necessary two-thirds lo nominate. Mr. Palmer proRt'essive , throughout fie is u de When Ni of the dele balloling w A hi a ham NeW Volli Yorker to .", round of , In i Ham J. McA.li When the nam field xvas reai ! form to fxpl.ni As the poll apparent thai i siands Pat w.i-i call.', i.".,' and i is lnli'S lo ml. l xx as ea . ihe first ; in, xxas . lis, of Ih i. xxas the lor Wilson eled hilil xxas Ihe ihe in lied ,1, - CI. ii k.' a Vote. I .1 poll III,. III. Tol.il I 'I II k, W llsoll, 1 lob I .1 1 1, l I I , I III! IX -Illlll III 1 1 1 1 Ii II . I.asx. 1 -1 I 1 . . I. '.!:.. I ' ' 1 1 u. 4r on Ab in, I'. t 1 1 CI. Ilk lis, HI. I ' n ' 1 1 l w II ii'i.i Ivelll, I I i '.s. ' Al'St ill. 'I'.t.ll, C .IS X 1 1, nix. I llih ll.ul,. !ss, d. J" I '. I I, II I I -V, Mb Halle I "NV T" T V-". V.' iiii k - ak Sw V J, iii .-w-v J .1 I' dc Ml tll.iW I ,lnl l;i!v, , sits ! est i.uaiy Save Sometliinj Somchov" Dill I K I I I W M In IM I D I I , V I 1 ' 1 P l . i ii The First Savings Ihink & Trust Co. i OPEN PAY DAYS UNTIL 3 P.M. I lo, I x -s, t , nl Ii I ', 1 1 1 . . 1 . TOO I ATE TO CLASSIFY. ib loan, HI I' i:b fllsl NeXX ii and a W il 1,11,1 of John II. Sinmh- , ,1 he took Hie plat lllS vote, proceeded It became i nk would aK.iin Ret till New York's tiir.rix voles under unit rule. It i' is Kcnerally belli xe that the vote hid been ehalbTiR, and Ihe poll il.-mauded for the sol purpose of eiiaidniK Stanehfteld I deliver his attack on ltryan. ruder the iiiiil rule Nexv York' nlnelx' votes xx, ni o Clark. The result of Hie twenty-seventh ballol was: Clark, 4t!U; Wilson 40 1-2; rndcixvooil. IK'; Foss, Ms; Marshall, ltd; Harmon, ill; ltryan. 1; absent, 1-2. This ifax'c Clark, a Rain of r, 1-2, Wilson a loss of one and I'nderwood W i-' I ml,- II 1 1 1 1 l , III, A I'M I Total. up and .. ,r. ,,i,l ,c b a ; .liiui. i- or riuhl in Lin da inc." ;A Skin of Beauty I a J v.i :'orever. I hli i x . I.IISX, I 2.",. I eJill, Pall, , i. Wlls I : lildW, union "i. im;. Fall Oouraud'i C'r-ontal Craam or Magical L jutitlr. i. n,r. II I'ttrhM, a P,, m-, rv t,l,'i,.h v, Mini h U'llimi. It i'ii Oir tet i V'-.r.. ai,,t a loss of o tho twenty i'-hall. 1Mb 1, as compared Willi II, il. WII.-SOX Seagirt coming as nei'f (OVUM .s pi i:si ii N J... July xx l as c. imi:n is I. "They at ild molasses. WiNon's day upon his gain m sti timore. "llul al that. hel ler t hail xx c did last xx i the week we gained KH a lone u p to I he pr, sent The W ilson Ihe gain is comment lo ength at llal xv , are doing xcck. iiuring xoles; today x c haxe lines are hoid xctv satisfac- has bci n actix e in i-n 1 1 1 p and has c for (.iovernor Wilson, nember of the xxa.xs i Ihe led The Gloomy Fan By walt mason tomorrow. fortfottrn ; I O the gloomy fan is a mournful mm, and he fills my soul with sorrow; watched the play with a frown today, and he ll scowl at the Rame lie ambles in when the games he pin, a sum oy tnc gom , - I 1. It a. and he eyes the play in his mortua way, ami nc jem "punk!" and "rotten!" No player yet, he nc ten or vci, won p.-isc ..u... thi rritic KIooniv; he'll sit and scowl like a poisoned owl, and his eyes rc red and rheumy, and his blood is thin and his heart is t.n. and hts head is stuffed with cotton; and he merely sits, throwing frequent fits, and calling ottt "punk!" and 'rotten!" lie casis a pall on the bleachers all. and he breaks the hearts of players; he give the .lumps to his nibs the tunps. who would spread him out in layers; he outers the Kamc and he ,f the man on the bases trottm', witn nts in-nse cyc and his cries of "punk:" anu rotten! ml means committee of Ihe house of representatives and Ihe f.ilher of the economy resolution xx l,ieh was passed when tile democrats gained tontrol of thai body. John H. Knox, of Alabama, intro duced a 1 csol ill ion deploring Ihe bit terness of ih,. conxent iott and calling for a united front in order lo facili tate Ihe work "f the eotix ctil Ion. It xvas ret erred to Ihe res,, 111! ions ram miiiee without reading. The twenty-eighth roll call xvciil as far as Indiana before any material shift was made. Then the coiixvntion went wild as Senator shively an nounced Kern 1, Wilson 21. When quid xvas rcslored a poll xxas (1,'iiianded but the demand xxas later withdrawn. The Indiana vote had heretofore gone solid lo Marshall. After conferring with a number of friends Mr. ltryan said it xxas un likely thai he xvoiild reply to the speech of Mr. Stanchlield. It xvas reported that S 'iiator liaytier, of .Maryland, might seek an opportunity to defend the "progressix es." New Mexico Itii'oines Ilcslixe. The Nexv Mexico delegation de manded a poll after Die xntf had I, fen reported "eight lor Clark." The roll call showed Clark r,, Wilson .'1, and under the unit rule eight went to Clark. (iklahoina's delegation was polled but the vote remained Clark lit, Wil son In. Pennsylvania added one lo her usual Vole of 7 1 for Wilson. The result of the twenty-eighth liallot xxas: Clark. 4 il,S 1-2: Wilson, 4 37 1 -2; Cn derxvood, 112 1-2; Harmon, 2H; I'oss, 3S; Kern, 1; liryan. 1; absent, 1-2. Marshall xxas eliminated, 2!) of his 110 voles ill Indiana going to W ilson, win gained Jl on the ballot. Clark lost 1 1-2. At the close of Ihe twenty-eighth ballot it was announced that atrangi -incuts had been made lo extend all "nil road In kels, making them good mtil July la. The twenty-ninth ballot xvas or lered (ailed. 'Ihe result of the Iwenty-iunili ballot showed changc- gained 7 1 lug solid, lory." (loxctnor Wits,, customed lo the does not mind il During the aft telegram of oic oii Jersey loll, vols ( nice during I In- day he con I on tel. 'phone xxilh NX i'ii . in p. M his poliiic.,1 manager al KaHinioi'o. Several Hues In, i, ,ls called ,ml Ih, re were m."ii,x' co 1 1 i a 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 i rx' or alxi-r. telegrams reeelxed. Km for this Ihe goxeiTior xxas out of loiich xxilh and apparently' III Ho eonci iiied in the de tails of the fighl in w hi, h In playing to prominent a pail as bee pelise iciisali mil II mint Ihe , he c m F. r a I me so : licit li. Si nl o bis N , 1 1 x , 1,1;, ,1 by lb: Al til. 1. Sell!, Total ( 'lark Wilson. I Tnlel xx ,, I I a i n ion. loss. 2. Kern, I. A b sent. 1, l ion . 1 . II S S. I 2 2 . :,,'i. I. I Moth Ballot. Hi,, p -l l . it I in I i in ,l it ".I. ", a 1 i "d. Tola! Clark, 4 W'ils I tub T XX , Harmon, 2i. Kern. 1. Foss is. Absent, i.. I oi l V Total, 1 .OSS. Clark. -124. Wilson. 4 li Ii C I 'llllervx ooi ilaf. icn, 2' Dixali I. Kern, I. F. ss. is. Ol'lil'tll ss. liallot. 3 ; " .1 K,'i,'s'i , ' : ' ; s V! lu.h, . -i - " A C I ' l.'lH-'.uraU . (,' " 1- I'.TlV ll,.l. .1 J 0 I I a.lli'','' I'T' r( ;i y r)j 1,11 ,,f ,,ui11" C xS' , eV iV I sc." ..,1 tn a '(inni'i i!tl "(mi1 f il'.,' limit k .n iff) 1 1 1 iino XUfto. cum me i4 i) , l 1 1 r ' u tdr I'niii ',1 M iiei, Cai. iiIk Kuri'pa. llRO.T.HPPK'NS.Ptpp.. 3. GimIJohm Strut. HtwToiL first Itallol. 1 u c, . ( ; To ci i.X II Mill I. I. I i n l x -second Ualloi. t.,1. l.n.vs. irk. II, Abaolutely Pure Bottled in Bond 6' YEARS OLDv Smooth Mellow lUch Wilson. i 'lldel'W I nl, I HI nor. I J. Il.llllilloll l.exx Is. I. Al'sohl, Convention Fight of Day as Told by Balloting I xxi lll X -Scveutll l."SA. '.allot. In tho vote ,,f only three slat was: ( iai k, 4 ii S 1 - 2 ; derxvood, 112. Fos Kern, 4. This gax half vole. Wilson Wilson the thirl Wilson As againsl for Clark on Wilson. .;; , :is. Harmon. I lark a loss a loss of 1 1-2 ! I'll- d Total Clark. 4t!!i. Wilson, HMI i;.. I'ndeiixood. 112. I'oss, :is. Marshall, ;lll. Harmon, 2H. liryan, I. Ale III. 2'i. THelll)-lJglll!l liallot. Tolal, l.n.-cs Clark. ICS i... Wilson, t".T I'imIi i xxood, 11 2 1 1., in ion. liryan, 1. Kel'll, I. Foss, :is. Absent, I'xxeiil.x-Miiili liallot. Total, l.nss Clark, 4i;x'i. Wilson, 4 mi. T'nderxx ood. 1 2. Harmon, ill. Ki i n. 4. Foss. ;in. Absent, '.j . Thirtieth I'.allol. Tolal. 1,(IHS. Clark, 4 ; r, . Wilson, Hill, I 'nderw noil, 121 'j . Harmon, III. Kern, 2 Foss, ;ii. Absen I. ',...' I liii lx-I list liallot Tolal. I.IMIX. Clark. Wilson, 4 7f, I 1 ,'... oil. I ,", I'll, lei X' I la I'm, ,J Kern. :'. I'oss. ,,i. A I, Sell I. ' 'I ion -Second Tolal, 1 INS. Clark. 1 I', c. Wilson, 177 c. . 1 nden' ,,,!, IPC... Harmon. 11. Fos. 21. A I s-nl. i. . I lllll.X ill.it. II all, 'I vstal ii-Tiii kish IikIiiv and war pii'luri lomortow MY M - M .i. "J 1.-i aVIfcs-Fj.i Yl, VI .k.:!,- -V- -V II .1 " -.aTllafc..; U . i j Z 1 11 V- ,t V i 1 ,i. HrT'iV V fH,' s-.-JI r "j 4 V l: jajr F J lU fj .t iU'Ht&Kti, vi 1 1. I .rss-' r ll.T'VaAl nit tn iir S c 5 Ar ft i'VBtt!'! innce 17S0 mS'M Always Good--Try It Sold by CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR Co. Albuquerque, New Mexico. ATTRACTIV Will PRINTING I Bring ATTRACT VE ORDERS SEE THAT THE PRINTED MATTER THAT GOES OUT OF YOUR OFFICE IS ATTRACTIVELY PRINTED. A SHABBY LETTERHEAD OR BOOKLET IS A POOR INTRODUCTION TO A PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMER. Iii nl Hall., kept up his steady gains on -first ballot, which ended. 47,', 1 - i ; ( 'lark. 4 4 1-2. 4 H il for Wilson and 4',." the thiltietll. XX o loll, I s xv tti heil its entirn vote fr, in Clalk stastie Wilson deio I the aunotmcemeiit u on the thirty-fn M Total. Clalk. Wlls,, I ll.b I II 'M K, i n lo'S, Al, , n ss. ,l. in.; chills the tramc ot and his mournful sighs, CopfTlcht bv Ornrtr Matlw Artsms. to Wilson. A n , I In r et, I h i oiisir.ition gleet, of his sle.idv ga ballot. Imrinn the thirty-first ballot Wil-I son ma iiif-rs claimed that they h.idj been promise, thirty additional xotes' by Ihe thirty-third haliot and 10 2, Votes by (hit ty-Ioui Hi b..lot. Mis total xvai. 4H,i on the thirtieth and if! Relieves CATARRH of the BLADDER and all Discharges in I24HOURS T T f ? ? ? ? y i t r v ? ? r y y y y '4 X z 1 I y y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y y t y y y y y y y ? 15he Morning Journal Job Department Ar the Largest and 13c ft Equipped Vrint ing VI ant in jNcIm Mexico Oil Sc'iALL TO UU YOUR ORDER, UW.M. EXECUTED ACCORD!': ARDS OF HIGH !.: L A :S PRICE WILL V.I. !) : PAID FOR Li'!-" ORDERS RECEIVi- OUR CAr-.Lr'1.-;L I i !A n nmi jHoi.tttt-yv'- jv TH;; ' . TO "J lii-jrioN. Morning Jourea f f f V y y V f y y y y y V Job Department 9 liT t- i