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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.
p LUTAKt THIS WW) SB8 I NOW ITS ONtEC5TO07j T ' - " - Z - MD Li i. ,T1Ur Ylld FOHt AND W,SH E r , THAT THt. ONE. THAT TN A . Vj W5WtD PflO A I AlT J 4i) nnnniiMo niminrn i m i mm w bUntlHN 5 UnANbLo I F ARE BRIGHT Little Shortstop Fielded and Batted in Old-Time Form in Pacific Coast League; Fate Next Season Still Unknown, Whether Roy (Blnger) Corhan, the Pacific ('nasi league shortstop, who has appeared on the baseball Held In Albuquerque, will be given another iry-nui ip.v the Chicago White Sox next spring is a mooted question. No noise about Hoy has been heard from the direction of the Windy city. Corhan has been In Albuquerque Bince the close of the Const league season, but left here a few dayi ago for the wildi of Socorro county in search of big game. "Blnger" was purchased from the si. Joseph Western league team by the White Sox In 1911, and heat out Tannehall. Weaver and Blackburn for the miduav station between the sec ond and third corners. On the first wing around the American league circle. however, "Blnger" leaned Huainst RufSell Ford's lean ball in New York. Corhan took a much-needed vaca tion for several weeks, and when he reported at Manager Duffy's camp a diagnosis showed he had lost his bat ting PPtie, so when Callahan became manager of the Sox last spring he sent corhan to the coast, thinking a season there Would Improve his gltrrig. His playing on the sunny slope last summer seems to hear out t 'a Italian s expectations. Corhan played with Sacramento, a losing team, hut his fielding average rates high. Me hatted for a percent age of .'Hi' In 198 games, lining qui 170 safe hits in fiflfl limes up. besides milking thirty-five sacrifice hits. ' In the field he accepted 861 chances and was credited with only forty-seven er rors. Corhan (overs a big area of territory and takes chances that oth er players do not, or his fielding av erage might have heen even more perfect. -A JACK BRITTON STOPS YOUNG SAILOR IN ONE-SIDED BATTLE Dayton. o., Nov. 2S. Jack Brit ton, of New York, stopped Young Baylor, of Indianapolis in seven rounds here this afternoon. Baylor took aide bell terrific beating and was un respond to the call of Un t' it the beginning Of the eighth round, iiritton pounded his opponent to a state of collapse in the seventh, while Baylor tried to cover up. He was so badly punished that the minute in terval f 1 id not revive him and his sec onds conceded the battle to prevent a knockout. a Joseph McCaffrey, Vice Pres. for Neb. Greeters of America, Omaha, states: "I cheerfully recommend Foley's Honey and Tar Compound as a sure cure for coughs and colds. 1 have used it myself and have recom mendeii it to others who have since told me of its great curative power in diseases of the throat and lungs." J. H. O'RIally Drug Co. Jack The college girl 1 am engaged tn picked me up on grammar before a Week had passed over our heads. Tom Yon got ,,ff easy. The one T knew corrected my English while I was proposing to her. Huston Transcript. OH WHITE SOX Commissioners' Proceedings. Called Session. Oct. It, 1012. I'll sent: Hon. Alfred tirunsfeld. chairman. II, I!. Springer and Poll rarnto Arm Do, , ommlsslumrsj A. IS, Walker, clerk. it is ordered that the election proc lamation for the election to be held November 5, 1H12. be published six times In both the Albuquerque Morn ing Journal and the Albuquerque Evening Herald. The resolution appointing judges of election in such precinct and election district in the county anil designating the judge who is to receive the elec tion supplies In eCh preciiut is adopted. The treasurers report for the month of September having been found correct, it Is ordered that the same be approved. Adjourned to meet on call of the chairman. Approved. ALFRED ORUXSFELD. Attest: Chairman. A. E WALKER, Clerk. Called Session. Nov. It. 1M2 Present: Bon Alfred Qrungfeld The Journal Want Columns IF P. F. McCanna 112 N Second St. Phone 448. Insurance FOR BALE!: 6-room cement block house, North Fourth St. S-room house, hot water heat hard 'e. wood floors, W. Oold. 7-room house. West Copper Ave 4-room frame, und bath, YV st iron avenue, cheap. 2 fine residence lots cor. Urd unil Roma, very reasonable. Good store building, 901 So. Edith, A I OOK MEANS A LOT 91 Down and RAYNOLDS Lots 950.0t to " .er inniTinii Week. ft II HI I IVH $350.00 Ground Floor, State Nat'l Hank Hide;. TO LOAN. On Good Security, $:wo, 91,500 and 91,800, 3, II, PEAK. Phone 3U8 11 S. Third St. chairman; M R. Springer and p. imtnlasioners; A carpio Armljo, i Walker, clerk. The following I ed and ordered 1 .Missouri Valley ment Co., 2i". per Mints approv - Hrldgi rent Improve- contract, S 1 .4 75.00. Springer Transfer Company, haut- 12.00. court ine; Scales to and from 'nidge, $2 Arno tlunlng, repairs at oi house, $1 1,80, New Mexico penitentiary, keep f OOUlei and l.yle, $19.60. A. -Montoya, .superintendent schools. Supplies and stationery, $20.00. Journal Publishing Company, sup plies for superintendent schools, $9. .10. The matter Of allowing and paving the several county officers something to apply on expenses incurred by them Is referred to the district attorney tor his opinion. Mr. .Montoya, .superintendent or schools, desiring to occupy his office in the court house, it is ordered by thu board that said office be put In good repair and that necessary fur niture for same be purchased. The clerk Is directed to procure suitable signs for the various county Offices. Adjourned to meet on Call of the chairma n. Approved : ALFRED GRUN8FELD, Attest: Chairman. A, B. WALKER, clerk. Called Session, Nov. Present: Hon. Alfred chairman; M. R. Spring Blotter, and A. K. Walker 18, 1912. i Irunsfeld, r. com mis clerk, The opinion of the district attor ney In the matter of paving county officers is read, which opinion Is as follows: Albuquerque, Nov. it;, 1911, OPINION To THE COUNTY COMMISSI' iNERS, In accordance with your request for an opinion from the office ol dis trict attorney, as to the propriety of paying county officers and the district attorney for expenses necessarily in curred in conducting their offices, f hereby advise you that county officers and the district attorney may be coml ensated for such expenses In ac cordance with the opinion of Frank W. Clancy, attorney general of the state of New Mexico, dated July 4. 1912. a true copy of which opinion Is attached hereto and made a part and parcel hereof, the same as if in corporated herein. Very respectfully, HAItol.li I! JAMISON, Assistant District Attorney. it is ordered by the board that th. following accounts be approved and paid; Alfred (irunsfeld. county commis sioner salary for nine months ending September 10, till, IM0.S9. M. R. springer, county commission er, salary for nine months ending September so, 1911, 1 6 00. OS. l'olicarpio Armljo, county commis sioner, salary for nine months ending September 30, I til 2, $i;no.00. A. Montova. superintendent schools. salary. Januarv 7th to Novel 1, 1912. $1.22.".. SO. M. P. Vigil, district attorney, ex pense of assistant, office ami travel ing expenses. $1,921 06, Fred B, Meyn. assessor, .ash paid out for deputv and clerk hire to No vember 1. 1919, l,9O0.)fl M. Mandell. treasurer, cash paid out for deputy and clerk hire to Novem ber 1. 1912. $2, LOO. A. E. Walker, county clerk, cash nald out for deputv and clerk hue. Januarv 7 to Novel 19.900.99. Adjourned to meet chairman. Approved: i9i; iniTNSFEU ' er, cierk! Attest : A. E. V7ALKE1 THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912. SCOOP GETS HIS YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL FOR SALE. $3000 9-room. 2 story brick, mod ern, 1 iighlumis, close in; terms. $1800 4-room brick, modern, near shops; easy terms. $2.100 6-room brick, modern, corner, good shade and outbuildings: 4th ward; terms. $4000 t.room brick, modern, hot water heat, well built, good porches; $I4"0 cash, balance .1 per cent. 12000 5-room frame, modern, well built, lot &0xl42. 4th ward; easy terms. $2,300 3 acre Of good land, close In, good 6-room house, large barn. 12660 8 room, t story frame dwell tag, modem corner lot. on car line. i' i nil ill wm u. MONEY TO lOATi. FIRE INSURANCE, A. Fleischer 111 South Fourth Street. Phone 71. Next to Postoffice. MONEY TO LOAN. ft I I.' IAN- $1,000 for l, z o dose-in city prop. , care .lournnl. on good d ress O, D rty. Ad BJJSirsESSCHANCES $1.26 PER WORD liiser'tfncTusslfled ads in 36 leading papers in the U. S. Send for list. The Dake Adver tising Agency, 4113 Main St., Los An geles, or 12 Geary St.. San Francisco. FOR a a LE Well eSta blished bust ness. About $5,000 will handle, w. P Metcalf, corner 4th and Oold. TO EXCHANGE lu CiACllAMUni liood isu-ucre farm, level and fenced, near good town, for property near Albuquerque. Address Owner, box i86. city. JW-AJWHajr HAiiT'iATriTrr is again doing all kinds of hair work. 517 s. Broadway. Phone 1543J. Out of town orders promptly attend ed to. . JVANJD- WANTED .Move repairing. w. a. Goff, phone 568. 205 E Central. WANTKD- House building and Job carpentry. Barton Keller, 723 No. Sth St, Phone 1 292W. LADY COOK desires position, dress a. IS, D., Pasture, N. m. Ad- WANTED - Painting, papering and ealsominlng. Reasonable rates Leave orders for Roscendo Aragon. at Journal office. W ANT I! D Posh h .n ;,s bookkeeper by capable young woman Of several years' experience. Address M care of Journal. M, HKELjWAJY WANTED- Girl for general nouse work. Apply 114 S. Seventh St., at once. WANTED Girl lor general house, work. Apply 614 N. Lleventh. WANTED Experienced saleswomen. Apply at the Economist. W A NTEIRTecTaiaTe niiddTo aged woman for work in the country to keep house, for two men. Wagen, 911 a month. No laundry. No objection to woman with one child. For par ticulars concerning the same apply to 515 s. High. Albuquerque. WANTED G housework. d girl for general girl foi n. Fourth. WANTED Girl for nursemaid and help on second floor work. Apply Mrs. IX WMnmun. Ton W Copper. WANTED Girl for general house work 911 W. Ila.eldlne. WANTED Agents. THE rest trees in the mate of jNuw Mexico! And you can make that statement lu the presence of you! conx e nee. if you are selling Wash. t Pigton Nursery Co., fruit and shade trees. One man's commissions last week, $23. It yon can walk, talk and write an order, ask us tor territory to day. Washington Nursery Co., Toppen Ish. Wash. WANTKD- -Everybody uses brushes. We hSVS a new and complete line for every purpose. We want live- agent to represent us in tills county and state. Eull particulars on request. Fuller Brush Company, Wichita, Kan h,'jTry a Journal Want Ad. Results Results from Journal Want Ads Jry a Journal Want Ad, Results WISH WHERE BABY GOT LOOK AT THIS ONE! (rive-room, modern house, lot no by 1!I0, east front, fine lawn and shade trees, near car line; a very desirable home for only $2,100, .See Porter field Co. FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS 216 West Gold. TO CLOSE 2 Fast front ... street, $350. 4 room brick CO John street, $ 5 room modern 25-foot lot, 2 rooni cottage, $vi)0. 50 foot lot far I ;st WE lOtS, S. Walter ttage. 50-fi cottage, 1,250, 50-foot lot. tig Hlghlo ot lot, s. . Arno. E, Hold, el park, Eiihj Term. FIRE lM II C E MONEY TO LOW. Thaxton & Co. 91 1 Wcart Gold. Phone 57. SEE Sawtelle & Hicks General Contractors Phono oflO, Office 211 West Gold Ave. If yon wnnt a house built. Al l ALFA RANC H At a Sacrifice. 250 Acres 80 Acres Cultivated. Rest Soil in Rio Grand Valley. No Alkali. No Low Ground. All Level. At Head of Two Hlg Ditches. Adjoins Large Open Range With Fine GraBs. ideal for Stock. ONLY 910,(00.00. Worth $U,900.00. Terms. NEW STATE REALTY COMPANY. Suite 5, N. T. Armljo llldg.. Phone 717. HELP WANTED Male. WANTED -Errand boys the Economist, Apply WANT El 1 carpenters, Apply City Sash and I inor Company. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 210 W. silver. Phone 954. WANTED Teamsters and laborers, $1.75, $2 and $2.25 day; carpenters, gang foreman. WANTED For United States army, able I. ii. lied unmarried men be- tween ages of 18 and 35; eitlzens of United States, of good character ami temperate habits, who ran speak. reau ami vvrne ine r.ngusn language. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, Harnett bldg., Albuquerqu N. M. laborers, for out of town. Goi Wages. Musi leave town I'Tidav nigh 29th. Apply I U W. Silver. AN OPPORTUNITY for a sidling "'ir guaranteed live man Yakima Valley grown nursery stock; exclusive territory; outfit free; cash weekly, "hustle," nol experience, required. Toppenisb Nursery Co., Toppenlsh, Wash. WANTED Perm mechanic on large farm near AlbuqUe''Ue. S. W, Co.. Los Lunas, . M. WANTED-Bol2 TvTvTEP caTrrTrndTnTT IttShed r .oins. All modern Improt mints. per month for couple. 99 W Frail or phone ; 4 . Ni two car bins. FOR RENTStorerooms. FOR RENT Storeroom Hid ware house, .'oil N. First street. Inquire Albuquerque Lumber Co. " FOR JJEJNT PsUire month A W. Dallman. Alameda. FOR RENT Apartments. Kill RENT Modern furnisliert and housek. ' ping rooms, week month. Westminster. Phone 107S " FOR RENT Ranches. or I 1 Hi hoi RENT 23-acre rancn i4ma.ll I -e. Ejgfcl screg under colli 1- ... J JVJ,v.VJ:'j;'r " ir. Porterfudd 1 THE HAIR BRUSH. FOR RENT Dwellinos. FOR RENT I loom, furnished house. tit N. Eighth. I'OK It K.N I' M- I man. in no. i T, e, ' furnished, close iii. Porterfleld Co,, 2 Hi W. Cold. Foil RENT--Five room furnished houses; modern. Inquire Tompkins, CPs W. Silver. EOR RENT' cottage; sic Edith, Thro in furnished ping porch I2ie South FOR RENT Two-room house, fur nished or unfurnished. W. S. V. Fu trelle. Phone 4!l2 or 16T8W, FINK modern furnished dwelling; 5 rooms and bath; furnished new; .very eonv eiiicnde ; barn, ihree blocks' from postoffice, bargain, oil w. Silver. Phone mornings. 1 480 J. lull RENT, it-room furnished tent house. $$. i (room furnished cottage, $15, .". room brick N. Kdlth, $25. :l-t n brick W, Marble, $10. 4-room new , on. ret, s. High, $20. Ill-loom brick N. Eighth, 110, 4-room new, John St., $15. Insure your furniture with us. I ll AN I ON A CO., 2 1 I W. Gold Phone (157. FOR RENT A 9-room house, close1 In, furnace heat, electric lights, bath inil gas; hansomely furnished throughout. Including bed and table linens, china ware and piano, Appls to room 5, Whiting block, or plu m 673. It I! i; IS w. ilshed k. I'olt RENT- in. I a ml up, u up. all to show Realty idern parts them if tin city. No tr.u John Ifcf. M. ill. FOR RENT I close in, la i Strong Bros, dern house on car line S yard; 'hone 7! FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Two furnished i for housekeeping. modern; sleeping porch, Vpply 220V4 W. oms also lotd. FOR RENT liui-l I. .tester avenue. .'I unfurnished looms in modern brick hoUSSi Rath. Large parches, Kent $ir,.r,o Edward Frank, Phone 5T9. FOR RENT -Large front loom, iin rnrnished. 1202 S. Second. FOR RENT- Large furnished room, heated Also room with screened porch. 414 W Gold. FOR RENT A beautiful sunny from bed room. Immaculately clean. Well ventilated. t;it!l W . Lead avenue FOR RENT Neatly furnished front room With board, for two. Private family. Modern. Near two cor lines; io minutes' walk to town, $25 cacti per month, Phone 945. FOR RENT -Two nicely furnished rooms for housekeeping. 521 W. Silver avenue. Foil RENT Furnished room, heat ed. Gentleman. 400 S. Seventh St. For RENT Furnished bed "room in pin ale tamlly; modern. ;)20 BOUtn Edith. I FOR TtENT Furnished Toom, 419 8. Third street. Phone 1 257. for RENT Furnished rooms for sleeping. 411 s. Broadway. f'o! It K. N'T Furnished rooms; board If desired. 422 W. Marquette. Poll KENT Furnished rooms, mod ern, 21 1 a.uth Walter street. Foi: PENT .Mi.ten coins with "hot and cold water in each. No Sick 611 W. Coal. I o it PENT--Furnished rooms; mod ern. no Met Apphr r,fliA W. Central AMERICAN HOTEL Modern furnished ami houaetoeplns rooms. 5419 M Tbre, w. Central. FOR RENT- Three rooms furnished for housekeeping. Modern. $ Pi per month (till S. Arno. Phone Fix:;. I PERSONAL. The Neat institute has.fioved t( West Stover, iibone 111, FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. R HALE Flesh eggs. dickens and cockerels, 413 s. Broadway, For HALE Fresh ranch eggs. Wat. Iilelz. 41.1 W. Atlantic. Plume I49IW THE Y lay. tn,-y win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair, , 1 1 111; six firsts, wo seconds, till, j It. C. R. I. Reds. Mottled An- ' conas and S. C. White Orpingtons. 1 KkKs and Thomas, t' Hoseldine, hicks for sale. I.. F. O. Do. 111. 717 Has, STORAGE. v AN lf.;i Pianos, tioisi.i,., goods, i t0 stored safely at reasonable rates. Advances made. Phone 540, The Security Warehouse Improve ment Co. offiv Itooms 3 and 4. Grant block, Third street and Central avenue. INVESTIGATE NOW 2", 40 or 10 a ai res of p rfeotlv where level land, no richer anyvv Perfect water right, annua of water less than $1 pet Price $ SO per acre, $S and $s per year. The Crl pay all payments after the McGlughan & Dexter :io . i. old. ' t I.MI. FOR SALE Houses. FOR BALK -911 Forester; nmdern bungalow, nearly new; six rooms, two screened porches. Kasy terms. J. t . Beth, Phone 207. KOtl SAI.i: $2.2oa. New, "modern bungal o w, 4 and rli , corner. ssed torch, hardwood fi unit. Highlands. 'IV me of inatvy bargaii M. Moore Realty I 'o. erst only John h'oi; SAIJi; Modern ,-room house near the University, 10 per cent down, balance due at (! per cent, Phene I501W, FOR SALE At a sacrifice, a modern seven-room resilience, ClOSS in, hot water heat, large lot, gooil outbuildings; must lie sold quickly, for particulars address P o. Rox No. 4:15. City, A CI.ASSY HOME ONE THAI WILL SI'IT YOU. Shingle lluiignlow. In a fine residence section, block from Cenlrul avenue, In Highlands, 9500 Cash, llalancc, Terms. It is new, only occupied a one the evv months. In architecture and finish. this homo is strictly original, classy, artistic and exclusive. Contains four renins, bath room, side sleeping porch and front porch across the entire front, large pantry, china and clothes closets. The Interior Is finished In white enamel and English oak. with bath and lighting fixtures to match. Tills Is strictly a prettv home at ti price that will sell It quick, SWAN REALTY CO., 211 West Gold Ave FOR SALE Miscellaneous. FOR SALE 'Sewing machine, cheap. 314 W. Lead. i'l 1 1 1 S a17k Ahlgh grad,. Knnhc K o, piano, good as new, or will trade for real estate. 5 12 S. Broad way. FOR flALK Kimball piano, first class condition, Will sidl cheap. In- Oldie 5 III N. Second, Foil SALE on.- llowser one-iia lion. long distance gasoline storage pump. with gallon meter: -barrel storage tank, filter and IS feel of hose. Cost $2S5 new, used but ..tie month, w. d. Crabtreg, Socorro, New MeX. for sale five-passenger touring car, fully equipped! 1100. McClos key Auto Co., 40 W. Copper. Foil HALE Saddles, ponies and sur- rev. J 16 W. fluid avenue. FOR SALE - Cash or tune Drop head Singer sewing machine. Room I zi building. FOR HALE Small cook stove and a Wire ot, both Iii good condition 501 S. High street. FOR SALE fili I nery and bafr" goods nt uioney-sav lug prices. Hals made and trimmed. Mrs. R. U Ranks, 1991 Forrester Ave. FOI i SAT7E -Gasoline IlKlitlng plant". 1 1 1, West Gold. F0R SALE Real Estate. FOR HALE -c.ood lot in Highlands opposite shops. Hammond, litis E. Pacific. FOR BALE Improved farm of fifty I acres under ditch. , bargain, oscurl "ug. nernsr.io, w. m. FOR SALE 9100 nut up. I choice ill V est - lots for I home or a iinnt. on know I he ell d . is growing, start. Terms. 1 ,,t in now md make ., .lohn M. Moore Really Co 0mj0u1aWalt Ads I SEVPN ' By "HOP." PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. It. W. I. BRYAN Attorney-at-lAW Office In First National Hank Build ing, Albuquerque, N. U. WIl.M'.V & LEWIS Attorneys-jt-iJiw. Rooms 1K-1V-1U Cromwell Rulldlag. Res. Phone li22W: Office Phone 1172. A. II. Kolir.lt I SON Lawyer. Stern III,., k. Phone 11414, DENTISTS. 1R. J. K. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 I, Barnett Bldg. Phone 744. Appointments Made hy M n II. i X1 . m PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. A. (i. SIIORTLE, If. I Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Hours: 10 tu 12. Phone 1177. 224 vi W. Central Ave. Albuqtisrque Sanitarium. Phons 141. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. B. Praotlce Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases and Diseases of the Skin. Th Wassermsnn and Noguchl Test Salvarsan "608" Administered, citizens' Rank Hulldlng. Albuquerque, New Mexico. DR. C. If. D INNER, Osteopath. Rooms 1-1, Stern Block. Phone &5-S9i. JOSEPH s. CI PES, M. 1. Tuberculosis. Suite l-.'l, Whiting Pblg. Hours 9-11 S. 111. phonal: Office U19i Sanitarium 67. DH.H. ITU. HAKES, Specialists Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Htate National Hank Bldg. Phone 199. SOMLMON L. RUKTON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Phone 017. Harriett Hldg. WOMAN'S IIOSI'ITAL. Obst retries and Oyn ecology. Dr. Patterson, Mirr.. 728 N. 2nd St REST COTTAGB 715 East Silver Avenue. Tubercular Oases only. REST home i!22 S. High. Medical and Obstetrical Cases Only MISS L, S. AI.G! H, Niirs,, Iii Charge. Phono 1278 POFKSmNLJCO VOICE CULTURE. Mrs. E. L. Bradford VOICE CULTURE. Gold. Phone P10AW l!l W DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKING Work guaranteed, prices reasonable, Mrs. casanover. 410 S. Edith. PIPE REPAIRING aiv i Pipes I Rlehsrds 111 W. o repeat. Central TYPEWRITERS. UNDERWOOD TYPE WRITER Co., 122 south Fourth Street. Phone 174. AI.E KINDST I" dT, new and seoti T hand, bought, gold, rented and re- I, Albuquerque Typewriter Ex- h 1 4 4. 32 I Wesl G lid. Trunks, Suit 1 'ases and Hand Rugs made, repair ed and ex changed. Al bu q 11 e r que Trunk Fac tor). 209 S. 2d St. Phone. 423. THE BTA49B Foil THE HOT SPRING-. Ol JEMEZ, N. M, LsaVeS Albuquerque postoffice dallj ex.-ept Sun. lays at 6 O. in. SI 1 e Can carry three p.issengers at a j e time. First com OS, firs: served. e For tickets apply to e OaYVTNO OAltCTA. Prop. e 1401 H. HroMlwsy. Plume T99. I FRENCH FEMALE ass PILLS. I A ", f'isiiK K91 ig" r 4t eeaatai Him Mil KIIOW" TO MIL. UH --a. 4$4i- fe I.AIi t.uarftiitecl f M.iri lVi4rtt, Sent prvrsu r. . 1 miio 1 - ! ; (1 ' riaJ it 11 9 I ' "Jt ii t9Ve$ iv B9)$ t r 1 n t 'uf o i rar UNlTl ' MrOICAt CO., $9ok 74. LArsC:9t, pane. j change. 1