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niosr MragQ, September i2, 1B04. THE SALT LAHE TEIBTCSTE.
PAGE FIVE I
Of Tnterest to Klomett. .
flti MAN, POOR MAN!
BY KEITH GORDON.
rrlght. by Francos "Wilson.)
& theyhed the first ledgo
Icing Slto. a mist like float
jn jjulcfl ofhcd pearl rolled nolsc
hrough satires of tho hills and
jffi flout thnge. tho bay and tho
1 jjand chs of San Francisco
? K vvordt world. In tho damp
lh ijglrl's curled more dlstract
81 lian eve'ovor had ho seen It
,35 tjframedow forohcad In so be
! fig an cjuo of rlnga and
J? find wa
1 swell yourself," sho
TR In reo to his eloquent
fcf approKnlckors and a Nor
Stand tluct aren't half bad on
laken In jctlon with your cloft
'eho wer, throwing her head
nd flcrewp her eyes critically,
imako yt very presentable
.won't ttbout that," was the
eply. '"ftalk to Point Bonlta
pened hos wide.
jilnly," assented politely.
Bonlta. 6tanco. If It ha3 any
9bJect," vent on sternly, "If
i'golng bto that old subject,
ISO a Blether "
lis time wero moving In the
it a clou
g his tunje Innocent,
fmean o.'lth a lino Imitation
illcnce. sn't a girl over for
, fellow hre happened to fancy
Jlnjlovc her and say so?"
9lnk of lrl s cheeks It had
t, furred that Is rcsponHlblo
tfslang aJve "peachy," dcop
ddcnly, uuntably. Out of tho
Ihls oyo outh observed this
!ng fact cruel glee, refloct
:h a pamt ho should have
fdlplomac a vocation Instead
should fo and forget the sins
youth," burned. "You know
Isted lhaj would always bo
of frendj that's what I need
change (y enough. I must
10 remarHth somo heat. "It
iwhat?" hallcngcd, but sho
away nnl not reply, while
Js of mlsly closed In nearer
jit do ypu to tell me?" she
wined at las an oddly subdued
irl- Ho did nswer Immediately,
feng on ahc her In tho narrow
' If ho snaking a way for
ms Tail Art of
I Cookii Censidrd
J ne of thssentlals
I institution hilndelphia In
bded to Malnn Happy
3 If Md.
.ADELPlIA, ,pt. ll."Brldes
1 llhcrc" Mghtj bo the Inscrlp-
I ijtho sbiglo c new lnstltuto of
Kat L?an, ahlonable suburb.
Maro A'cnty-yj students In a
J ircsldeover s8 Ethel IIen.
K, Tr whole lrao Is grounded
be Idi that , j9 lM0 "holc
Kbcfnnlng of lorm Rlris stavt
7 WteWks with rleon headings.
i flblok spaces comment and
itlotnf the mnheax. a gllmpso
.WjeaogB Is enoulo make eligible
jfors ant to rus0 Philadelphia
"ij"0 ot nnnexla. craduato of
II r..MId,CT3S. wlio cam show
'' E M- 11 ""'el helpmate.
J Jade's Duty Cilned.
! bride's duty nuUncd ln tho
I f$ul C tn ruclre38:
I it repose.
I n substantially.
our servants we
l Inoney prudently.
? UlohTou!or.h.t a comfortable,
j ;io household wies to your.
gy nlwtl'fl for i unexpected
t Vow time Iwtweonby and bus-
0 gatocl In his busln :uid ln his
Jfclris to be an enterinJr chcer
Bnterestcd compnnli i"
f careful In your rrc and -as
o please as before Yrlagc
l?ir.i?0UI" husband "pend at
idglu a week at thli'or with
least one "n9" room
(Kcan entertain wlthVectTrcS-
Jjjwt Edict, Feed
miVl?n?,n.?-Pmcllc . "Feed
antlally" the llrst'ct. stu-
! keturn thla?t merVn
iif h Btu1fn1n'? a "Uml with
J and elaborately structed
would pulo a Frermaltro
J It means that Ui Aro to
fehlon.11 bCBt "voS
fr to sclecl a proper
Jshould gain by lew
K tea w'th more are
fting more time tc2n-
her througli the mist. So ho had got
over his love for her. Sho felt a shud
dering serso of desolation. Still, she ar
gued, she could scarcely havo supposed
ho would go on caring, especially since
sho had explained to him with judicial
carefulness that she must marry a man
with money, on nccount of her mother
and the joifnger girls.
Strangely enough, though she had pic
tured herself as married to another;
there had always been a somber. Inter
esting figure hovering In th background
of that picture one to whom she moant
to bo so kind, so gentle, so all-sweet that
his regret should become" like a beautiful,
sad sonz to be wept over and enjoyed.
And now, tho bruto was asking her to
"forgive and forget" that ho had over
told her that ho loved her!
Thoy had reached tho summit of a hill
and ho proposed that they sit down upon
a convenient boulder to rest beforo at
tempting tho next ono. Apparently her
silence was unnoticed.
"You see, fato's been tolling off my
buttons lately," ho began In a business
like tono, "and tho decreo Is that It has
got to be money!"
"What do you mean?"
"Rich woman, poor woman, beggar
woman, squaw!" ho elucidated, touch
ing tho buttons on his Jacket, "and tho
lot falls to rich woman every time. It
seems a beastly thing to4hlnlc of marry
ing for money. I would bo a cad enough
to do It, but tho thing Is that thero's a
girl a mighty flno girl and I really I
hang It, I like her! But how am I to tell
whether It's the real thing or whothcr
her money has something to do with It?
You see, there are reasons, why I should
havo money right away, long beforo I can
hope to gain It by my own efforts. Tho
governor Is breaking down and his af
fairs aro In bad shape, and there aro tho
two kids and mothor to provldo for."
Tho girl's heart was sinking as tho
morcury does In a falling temperature.
All the joy of living seemed to bo oozing
away through her linger tips, leaving her
cold and Inert. Ho turned toward her
"Of course, you don't think I'd con
sider such a thing If I woro not forced
to It by duty!" he went on fervently.
"And I camo to you becauso I thought
you'd understand, because circumstances
aro forcing you Into tho same thing.
They say you're going to mnrry Brad
shaw. You'll be a rich woman and a
happy one. I hope but whether you aro
or not. you will havo done your duty by
the family. That will bo your consola
tion, and that's why I come to you In
my difficulty. What do you think can I
decently ask the girl to marry me? Re
member. I like her, but I'm not sure I
how to distinguish fresh vegetables from
those in a rummage salo condition of
usefulness, and they learn to market with
out draining tho pocketbook. Thoy aro
taught that "enough for two" does not
mean a supply for a regiment, and they
are coached In thoso details lack of knowl
edgo of which makes tho avorago young
bride an oasy mark for a shrewd trades
man and keeps tho garbago pall better
stocked Mian the pantry. '
Having mastered marketing, the pros
pective bride sots to work making meals.
Supplies In every dotail aro taken up ln
routine until tho pupil has mastered tho
entire cooking and serving of a full courso
dinner, even Into browing a favorlto
Hints on House Pumishing.
Room arranging and decorating is prac
ticed and reduced to a science. The furni
ture Is arranged and placed for various
effects. Hangings are rohung and cush
Ioiih are disposed of to got tho best re
sults In comfort and appearance.
Furnishing a house from top to bottom
Is one of the practical lessons that come
under the head, and students are required
ln theory to buy every article of equip
ment from nutmeg grater to a grand
piano and to decorate various rooms In
the hrtuse and to fit them with all appur
tenances ready for Immediate occupancy.
RECEPTION AT LAFAYETTE.
Citizens Given Opportunity to Inspect
New School Building-.
The Lafayette school will be opened
this morning. All of the furniture Is
In position, the building Is thoroughly
cleaned, and everything' Is In readiness
for the reception of pupils laud patrons.
The pupils will be excused for the day
at 12 o'clock, and ' during the after
noon there will be an Informal recep
tion for the patrons and citizens in
general, who are earnestly requested to
be presont, for the purpose of Inspect
ing the building.
At 2 o'clock sharp there will be on
informal programme ln the large as
sembly room of the building. The room
Is seated and citizens are requested to
be In their seats at the appointed time.
Mr. Wetzel I, supervisor of music, has
arranged for two musical nuirbers
Miss Agatha Berkhoel will sing and
Mrs. W. Li. Loomls will act as her ac
companist. Miss Alice Seckles will
render a piano solo. There will also be
a few Impromptu talks by members of
the Board of Education and represen
Persons Interested In modern school
buildings and the educational progress
of today no doubt will be Interested ln
Inspecting this thoroughly modern and
well furnished school building.
Chlldron's Annual Benefit,
On next Frlduy evening In the First
Methodist church will bo hold the "Chil
dren's Annual Beneilt."' a musical and lit
erary entertainment for tho benllt of the
Children's Aid and Home-Finding asso
ciation of Utah. An unusually attractive
programme has been arranged for the
event, as follows:
Prayer Rev. ID. T. Goshen
Plnno solo Miss Beiilah Bchlo
Recitation, "Unto Me". ...Dorothy Savory
Solo Miss Aura Rogers
Violin solo Prof. Nettloton
Mrs. Kato Bridewell Anderson, Mrs. A.
G-. Andrews, Mrs. P. N, Cook.
Remarks Rov. T. W. PInkerton
Solo Miss Hope Mclntyro
Reading, "Scl" Miss Vlda Jones
Piano solo Miss Beulah Behlo
Solo Miss Lenoro Morso
Reading Miss Leafy Montgomery
Soro, "Waltz Song" (Ardlttl)
Mrs. Florence Macdonald Snyder
Piano solo Miss Ethol Nettleton
Solo Mrs. Martha Roylo King
WON TEN 1Y A TRICK,
Lady Cashier Falls Victim to a
Ono of tho neatost tricks turned In this
city for some tlrno was porpotratod upon
ono of tho cashiers In Keith-O'Brien's
storo Saturday night. Tho man was well
drcascd nnd respectable appearing. He
stood before tho cashier's window and,
when sho wns busy nttendlng to several
.cuBtomcrs asked If oho would glvo him
The fog, which had Boemed about to
crush them softly a fow moments before,
wao now falling back, but they wero still
In a remote world. With tho very sight
of habitations cut off from tholr viow,
It was hard to believe ln tho reality of
purplo and line linen, horses and car
riages and gold. Suddenly the scales fell
from the girl's eyes, though she realized
with a pang that It wns too late. She
had put tho only thing that mattered
out of her life, as thoughtlessly and
carelessly as she would toss a pebblo
from horTth. Sho had not oven real
ized what she was doing. Down below,
where the Bnwlshaw fortuno cast Its
glamour, everything had looked different.
Sho had thought that with money all
things else must fall Into place. But
hero, cut off from tho world, the Brad
sliaw wealth seemed less than noUilng.
and lovo tho only thing!
Further and further the fog receded,
showing thin ln spots, but still conceal
ing the valley beneath them. But she
was very sure now. Evon when the
world assumed Its old proportions It
would be the came. Sho had liad her
lesson. Tho peachblow tint was gone
from her cheeks, and her eyes were grave
and unglrllsh as sho spoke
"I'm not going to marry Grant Brad
shaw!" she said steadily, "nor any other
man whom I don't love. So you sco I
can't help you after nl! I don't think
I could ever really havo meant to do such
Her voice broke, and tho eyes that had
been looking Into his with a pleading
stronger than any words, suddenly tilled
"I'm such a silly!" sho explained rather
unevenly, "but I hnto to bo accused of
such a thing. And I think you ought to
bo ashamed, Jack! You'ro a m;in, and
you can mako money for yourself and"
But ho seemed to bo paying no atten
tion to her words. With deep absorption
ho was naming tho buttons of her coat,
as If he were consulting an ornclc.
' Rich man, poor man. beggar man,
chief," ho chanted. "Doctor, lawyer,
merchant, thief. Rich man, poor man!"
ho stopped, looking anxiously for an
other button, but thcro was none there.
"You sco!" sho gibed triumphantly.
"Perhaps you've made a mistake In your
own case, too," and with a demure face
sho counted tho buttons. "Poor womnn!"
she announced, and then something In
his glanco brought tho bloom lack to
her faco and her head went down upon
Tho thin places ln the fog gave way.
leaving two Jagged spacds that framed a
beautiful picture. Down below tno sun
was shining on the blue waters of the
bay. on tho trees and hedges, among
which nestled the houses of tho town.
Tho girl caught her breath. Sho felt as
If It wero a benediction, a revelation of
tho peace of tho years to come
"But what about our families?" she
asked In a troubled volco when the mist
bad blotted out tho pictures once more.
Ho laughed joyously.
"See that?" ho said, holding out a
brawny right arnl.
gold for some sliver. Placing a five-dollar
gold piece and five silver dollars 'down on
tho counter, he said: "Kindly glvo mo a
ten for that."
Tho young lady slid his money Just ln
sldo the window, slipped the ten-dollar
gold piece on the outside and then went
on waiting on some other customers
While thus busily engaged tho man pushed
tho ten-dollar piece inside tho grating with
the other money and said, "Please glvo
me a twenty for that."
Tho cashier handed out tho twenty and
raked tho other money Into her till. Not
until tho smooth gentleman had left the
store did she discover that ho had gotten
tho better of her by ten dollars. Tho
management of tho store have a good de
scription of the man and will bo on tho
lookout for him."
AN pLO ADAGE
"A light purse is a heavy curse"
Sickness makes a light purse.
The LIVER is the seat of nine
tenths of all disease.
go to the root of the whole mat
ter, thoroughly, quickly safely
and restore the action of the
LIVER to normal condition.
Give tone to the system and
solid flesh to the body.
Take No Substitute.
The Champagne You Toast
Your Friends With '
SEC BRUT I :
Yellow Label Gold Label
I A. VIGNIER CO., Distributors I
SAN FRANCI5CO, CAL. J
BIEGEB & LINDLEY, Distributors,
Salt Lake City.
e.. EN ,,4 i
il Bath Goods. :
" A GLANCE at our "WEST WIN- T
DOW will prove Mio ABOVE AS- J
SERTION7. The lino Is complete, -f
II "Welcome. Step ln. All cars start T
' from I
:: Godbe-Pitts Drug j j
t Store f i
J BOTH PHONES 140. I
tfr.U tlMIIIIHIIIIlM f 1 m
Let all the ' people praise
Fels-Naptha, for it saves the
mothers of men.
I Sounds like hot air, but 'tis the ffl
real thing If you are Riving up B
money to a rent grabbing- land- H
Give us your hand,' old man, H
and we'll get you a roof. H
"Reavis System" I
Home Builders. I
32-3- MAIN STREET I
ff I I I I I M I I H I) I I I j I I I f4
Wo had. a snowstorm nine
years ngo this month. Don't i
know that we'll have one this
" year, but, if we do, thoso wise -
- ones who have a cellar full of "
" ''that good coal" will havo the -'-
laugh on the others.
u. s. a. : :
i ! H I I I I I 1 H HI I I I I I I r MH-
Get your fall garments from
The Western Tailors,
So. Main st. 2nd floor.
Suits S1G.S0 to $20.00. worth up to J3P.00.
Trousers to $6.50, worth up to $10 00.
We Iwep all work made by us ln repair
KKEE of charge for ono year.
OPEN TILL 9 P. M.
The State Bank of Utah
Comer 2ain and' South Temple Sts,.
Salt Lako ty.
JOSEPH P. SMITH, President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vlcft-Prctldcnt.
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BA2TKINQ BTJSENESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade, Corrcspondenoa Invito"
J. EL CooKTlff, Preo. E. W. Wlleon, Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Dalj', W. P. Noble, Vlcc-Prenldenfcj.
A. H, Pcabody, Ass'i Caahi?.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt. Lako City, "Utah.
Tho Oiaat and Strongest Boole ta TJtaa.
Surplus V... 4114279,300
Undivided profits )
Transacts a General banklnrj buslneso,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with feacica SS
principal cities of the world.
Drafts, ) On all
letters of Credit, f gromlnont
Telegraphic Transfers. ) dtlea.
Deposits receivedsubject to chock.
H. L. MILLER, Caahiar.
H. P. CLARK, Aaot. Cstonlar.
ESTABLISHED ISil. 1M OFPICEa
THE OLDEST AND LAHOEST.
Q. & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
OEOROE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and 'Wyoming.
Office ln Progress bldu . Salt Zi:e City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. CCO0.CO0.CO.
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Establlohsd 1859. Incorporated CS01
Tronoact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
QEBEHET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $50,000
U S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER.
LL 0. YOUNO, E. S. KILLS,
Caahlor. Aaot Cashier.
Sato deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX President
IAMBS A. MURRAY Vlce-Prealdont
W. F. ADAMS..... Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN. J200.000.
Banking In all itu branchco transacted.
Sxchanco drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITa
yJcCOBNIOB: & CO.,
gfett Lako City, TTtaSt
Anthracite coal, all sizes '
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
CO W. 2nd So. 'Phono S0& L
Visit Brigham City
Sept. 15, 1904.
Peaches and melons will bQ
served all day -without money
and without price.
Baseball Games in afternqon
and dancing at night in the
celebrated Academy of Music
and Dancing, also a grand
concert by iliss Nannie Tout,
the renowned Utah singer.
Special rates on railroads
from Salt Lake City and all
Come, have a feast on fruit
and meet your friends at
Maybe You Doubt It i
Just ask Thomas Mar-
nanc, the feed man at IS By
East Second South otroot fttfJ
Ho knows. Wc'vo col- re)
lected somo bad ones for HS
him recently. mm
If you have any out- KM
standing accounts, send fjpj
them hero. ' It makes no ifes
dlfferenco whother they ro pKI
ln Kalamazoo or Sanpete, bfzl
"'Wo'll get the money." U3
JOHN J. WALLACE S CO., M
Offlcea Top Floor D. F Kj
"Walker BUlf?., SALT LAKE fS?H
CITY. Bell 'Phono 1-K.
Ind. 'Phono 1003 Reference BsJ
(sw-a. "WfUker Brew.' Bank JgJ
A boarding nnd day school for girls, un
der tho supervision of tho Episcopal
church. Primary. Intcrmcdlato and
Certificate admits to Smith and Welles
For cataloeuo and other Information
apply to ,
Miss Clara Colburne,
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
MUST LCOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH !
j FOR WOMEfS
1LIQUOZONE FREE ;
Any nick peraon ivho has never used .
Uquozono oliould writ the Liquid j
Ozono Co.. 158-460 Wabaah ave.. Chi- 1
cago. They will eend you an order on
your drugclat for a CO-cent bottle free, i
it you will state tbo 0 laeaa to bo I
treated 2-H. G. F. E.
' ' BH
I ESTABLISHED j I
ONE. PRiCElTO ALL. NEVE Re UNDERSOLD I I
AR0U5INQ BIQj I
I A Scale of surpassing importance of almost incredible
STARTS HERE THIS MORNING I
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
I Thousands and thousands of dollars worth of the H
1 finest, most durable and dependable Table Linen, Nap- j
1 kins,. Table Sets, Towels, Towelings, Bedspreads and
j Bed Linens, from the most noted linen centers of the en- I H
1 tire world. Every piece of it absolutely first quality, go ? H
I on sale this week at practically the cost of making. ' And j
k this morning opens the ball, ifever before have we been H
I able to present such an army of price-wrecked linen val- H
8 ues. This week you can roll and revel and riot in linen : H
J bargains. This week you can make your dollars reach. IH
i A word of warning: It's better to be early than sorry, so J IH
I be prompt if you wish to reap the benefits' of the great j IH
9 Cold Cream. M
W "A 20TH CENTURY TOILET
0Q LUXURY." fjft
tfSL Made from the purest and (Sm
stlfl sweetest materials and daintily
Ffc perfumed. A Toilet Article ln- jg&
w dispensable to every woman of
rellnomenL Tho Best Skin O)
Food, the Best Massago Cream,
tb.0 Greatest Complexion Beautl-
Samplo size, 25c. Jy
Regular sizes, -lb. jars, 60c: ML
1-lb. Jars, 75c. 6
i Druehl & FranRen, 9
W PRESCRIPTION DRUG-
W GISTS, f
x&y S. E. Corner Main and Third 9
fSh South Streets, Salt Lake ft
K City, Utah. 'Phone. Bell, W
p3 100 and 1S25. Independent. fflB
After th baby dies with croup
you will reproach yourself for not ?
(a having given It Hall's Cough Rem. H
E cdy. Keep It op. hand. Ask your 4
B druggist for 1L jr
P At Wholesale by Nelden-Judson J
I Drug Co., Salt Lake, Utah. J
INelden-Judson Drag Co. j IH
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. j
CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
POSTOFFICE BOX 370.
EDW. C. SMITH. Pres. SH
JOHN P. COBB. Vlce-Pres. & Mgr. IH
JNO. J, JUDSON. Trcas. ilH
F. L, PEARL. Sec.
lv LinrEiLv pure
ON ALL CAR LINEs.
Try it th Next Time You H
S. C. EWTNG, Proprietor. 11
Hondfjcarters for mining men and otock- tfl
men. RES tS A DAY AND UP.
VX Lots of new things H
mccck.X dn jewelry in 1Ic. iM
agS JEWILE? ere fH
Conahay's window, el
I 41w2ndSo H
Carload and local ship- kll
znents; high-class goods Hl
and quick shipments. ful
Write us for prices. J?r. lll
PEERY BROS. HILLING CO. I
I "Jli Until September 15 I
word that Is responslblo for moro dc- PQjSisSSeSife it ,mi .. ii ,n,.. 0 'JH
: cayed teeth than any half-dozen other ffffsJ A t will give a special discount as HI
causes. Whatever the cauxo. If your ff ( ,1 J J Y Y f j roiioa. u IH
teeth neid attention you should con- "fci, J. ' JS 00 SET OF TEETH cenn H 'H
j suit a reputable dentist without dc- for r pOUU a WM
stitch in tlrno saves nine' HOUrS, 8:30 tO 6:30. U2MSET OF'TEE'ril J$9t,00 I
OUR CROWN SlIEldfiyS, 10 tO 2. CWith Gold Fillings Fneo.)
j BRIDGE WORK , , $15.00 SET OF TEETH $1100 I IH
,, , ...... , All work dono by operator for .UU H JH
: Exempllllcs irfectlon In dentistry It of experience and ability and fwith Twn Rol.l Vllllnrs Frce 1
i is the modern method of fllllnc tho guaranteed flrst-class twitn iwo uoiu iiinncs itcc.; n kiH
: spaces caused by one or moro missing SBT OP TEETH C 1 c rn I uH
tcuth-wlthout tho u.so of a plate to t3tjl u xt-juxn $.J5.00 I JM
cover tho roof of the mouth. It per- ,,,., "U"V."" r,,,,, I H
5 mils tho fullest enjoyment while eat- w, xv tfn 3 (Wlth Go,d CroSn V,d Two FJIllnes 1
( Ing. and does not Intorfero with tho lC 1 fil Free.) hjH
' sciiso of ULste. SJP$ 3L aa Painless GOLD CROWN, c-r nn tH
Our crown and bridge work Is mado guaranteed - 4J.UJ H Il
i "f2-"-E"1- HFNTAI s.:. $5.00 1 H
BEAUTY and COMFORT JBjrlV JL JrMx PaJnkjssOOLD $J.OO and Up I
i aYKM PAKI OR lCs'" . 50c I H
l glveR suction to tho entire surface of IT cTTbfiiL VIJP FILLING
plate. Used In all difficult cases. If gco samples of tho Elegant Work wo I H
our plate does not 'stick". you will 1 0- TMToJ Cr do at jur ontrancc Examination free. H IH
appreciate ono thaL positively will. 171am Otroei. Ladles' Attendants. I H
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