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If THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY OCTOBER 18 1808
i 1 SWEATERS I
We show all the best models in
Sweaters with the Sweater
Cont in the lead as a favorite
All worsted yarns Full fashioned
i Extra heavy knit Done or Pearl
buttons Some of the styles
have contrasting colors around
the collar and down the front
R
y 150 250 to 6
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notions of any ManFRED
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I REFERENCES I i
Benefit Concert Tuesday night Oct I
i 19 in the Third Ward meeting house
at S oclock In honor of Br Gunerius
Tallefeeu an emigrant who recently
mot with an accident and sustained a
broken arm and other Injuries A
good program Is arranged and the
public Is Invited to help a good cause
and at the same time be entertalned
Let prudence prevail and use only
l B G Butter
Republican RallyRemomber the
I Republican rally at Weber Stake
Academy Wednesday evening at S
oclock sharp
Another packed house at tho Or
pheum Do not miss this weeks great
bill Get your seats early as there will
be no show on Thursday and Friday
nights The company will play Logan
j on these nights
i Every child should see Jacks the
Giant Killer A real giant and mid
gets Got jour seats early
Return Home Mrs G T Busch of
Salt Lake City accompanied by her
daughters Gretchen and Marie have
returned to their home In Salt Lake
City after a pleasant vliilt with
friends in Ogden
Good wages and steady employment
for a dining room girl a laundress
and a house girl at the Stale School
for the Deaf and Blind
j The biggest show of the season at
the Orpheum
Guest at Opera Mrs A R Hoy
wood was the guest of Miss Frances
Phillips in Salt Lake City Saturday
afternoon at the grand opera at the
Colonial theater
Special childrens matinee Wednes
day at 3J5 oclock Buy your tick
ets early Gallery open to children j
admission lOc
All Ogden is talking of that Orph
cum show
Took Water In Salt Lake Louis
Lofgreen of the waterworks depart
ment of the city was a Salt Lake vis
itor Saturday and Sunday
Another Lucky StrlkeThe Coal
from 100 up 2001 pounds in each
ton Shurtllff 8 Co Phones IS
Good morning Been to the Orph
cum yet
Took the Body EastlIrs Grace
Hammond daughter of tote late Le
grand R Anderson arrived in the city
Saturday from Decatur Michigan ex
pecting to find her aged father on n
sick bed She was greatly shocked
I and grieved when she learned that he
i was dead The telegram which she
received a few days ago at hor home
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Oracle Isis a Globe
i ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM
TODAY WITH MANY EXCEL
LENT FEATURES
l SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN FORt
tt SUCH IS THE KINGDOM
t OF LABOR
I A picture that appeals strongly to tho
r American public showing the inhu
I manity of Child Labor in all its lia
r th etc details
f LEATHER STOCKING
A Biograph Indian Story
l A CHANGE OF HEART
Portraying an episode In the life of
11 a son of indulgent parents and a
number of others including a well Sfh
lected bill of comics
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LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE
ORACLE AND GLOBE WEDNES
DAY ISIS THURSDAY
ORACLE ISIS GLOBE
Where the Pictures Are Always Good
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New
Flannelettes
The now Flannelette gowns
havo arrived and just the thing
for comfort theao sharp oven
Ings
t Ladles Gowns in good quality
I flannel full size 56 inches
long SOc
A large assortment at 76c 3100
125 150 175 colors and
white
Childrens Gowns 50c and 76c
Children Sleeping Drawers 65e
I Ladies Short Flannelette Skirts
SOc 60c 65c and 75c
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Buy early and get tho choice
THE M M WYKES CO
2335 Wachlngton Ave I
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did not give the Information that Mr
Anderson WOK dead hut she gleaned
from It the Idea that he was very ill
f With the remains of her father Mrc
Hammond left Ogden Saturday night
for Decatur the old home where fun
eral services will he held and the body
laid to Its final rest In the cemetery
Mr George Auger he largest ac
to t In the world and his company
will hold a reception on the stage at
ter each matinee
Mualcale Director Ballantync of
I the Ogden Tabernacle choir gave an
Interesting and highly appreciated
musicale at the Deaf and Blind School
Saturday owning Professor Dalian
tvne is the director and Instructor of
the music department of tho state In
stitution and his efforts with the stu
dents there Is highly commendable
One of the features of tho evening
j was an excellent program of solos and
ducts produced by a large Victor Vic
trola which was loaned for the even
Ing by the Consolidated Music com
pany Records of solos by Madame
Gadski Caruso and other famous ar
tists were produced with almost life
like effect The unfortunate pupils of
the school enjoyed the concert as
evidenced by their appreciative ap
plause during the rendition of the
evenings program
If you stop the best dressed man
you meet and ask where he got his
clothes hell probably say Wright
Clothing Stors Hart Schaffor 8 Marx
clothes
i Thomas E McKay Named Gov
emor Spry has recommended to Sec
t of State Knox at Washington
the appointment of Thomas E Mc I
I Kay of Ogden as a delegate to repre
bent Utah at the United States Insti
tute of Agiiculluro to be held in
Rome Italy beginning December 12 I I
Mr McKay who Is president of the
GermanSwiss mission has been com
municated with by the governor and
has expressed his intention of at
tending the Institute
0 J Stlhvell has nearly new high
grade piano for rent Independent
phono 07 Bell 102SY
Echo of a Canyon Robbery As a
sequel to the theft of a diamond pin
from Mrs Ida Godman at the Idle
wild Inst summer when she was man
ger of that resort she has brought
suit In Salt Lake City against Pearl
Pitman and Art Bolton lo recover the
pin which she alleges is valued at
S8 and Is being held by them also
50 damages
Tulips and hyacinth bulbs Plant
lug time now Van Del Schull Floral
Co
In Salt Lake Ogdcn visitors reg
istered at the Wilson hotel iu Silt
Lake City yesterday Included Mrs
Bert Peak Miss D MacDougall MM
C P Hood and Miss Clara Peterson
A H Chambers was a Salt Lake vis
itor yesterday
COAL Call up Parker 8 Co for
rata on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Knights to Give n Dance Tho com
Tiilttlccs liaviiij the matter In hand
arc making arrangements for a mile
tart Loll to be given b I hp uniform d
atilt of the Knights of Pythias at tin
Royal acaadcmy Monday night Octo
ber 25 This is the second of a series
of parties to be given by the organiza
lion during this season and It is an
ticipated that it will be among the
most pleasing of the
series It is a
public part however and the knights
arc anxious for their friends to at
tend Aside from the dancing other
social recreation such as card games
etc will be indulged in
Poll Tax Coll ctor Harris is prepar
ing to sue all delinquents Pay up
and avoid additional costs
That Electric FountainThe cast
Iron plates upon which the posts of
the electric fountain in Central park
are to be placed have just been mould
ed and the electricians are engaged In
putting them in place It Is said by
those having tho work in hand that
the fountain will be completed by
Thursday of this week
Household words quality and prep
aration have done Itthats Lewis
goOd coal Phone 149
Return from St PaulPresident
David Eccles and Secretary H H Ro
lapp of the
Amalgamated Sugar com
P ItI ° returned from St Paul Minne
sota yesterday after an absence from
Ogden of ten days The visit to St
Paul was in the
Interests of the com
panys contemplated sugar factor at
Harlem Montana They report a suc
cessful trip but have nothing to make
public at this time
COALRock Springs Castle Gate
and Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
153 West J7th St Phones 1074
At the Presbyterian Church The
music last evening in the First Prub
byteriau church was of a high stand
ard JIis Porter especially deserves
mention The sermon upon the Mys
tories of Christianity contained much
scientific and instructive data
Consumers Coal Co All hinds of
good coal Agents for Grass Creek the
best 4 coal on the market A A
Shaw Mgr Doth phones 4IS
Building Business Block 11 G
Foil has begun the construction of a
two slury brick business block on
Washington avenue between Twenty
ticcom and Twentythird streets The
building will cost not less than 0300
and will be ready for occupancy be
fore the first of the year 10IQ The
building will be 100 foot deep and 20
feel wide The foundation is now be
ing prepared for the walls
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Few good men can get winter em
ployment at the Sugar Factory by ap
plying to the Superintendent at the
Factory
Early Morning MarriageAt 530
his morning Rev P M Cuslmuhan
at St Josephs church performed the
ceremony which united the future
career of William J Mornu and Miss
Alice Belle Spencer Tho arrange
ments for his interesting event were
Kept very quiet Notwithstanding the
early hour a number of Intimato
friends of the
happy couple
were
present to wish them lifelong happi
ness They left for a western trip
immediately after the ceremony and
will return about December 1st
Kcmraerer Coal guaranteed the best
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ind
140 Bell J99K
Republican Ladles All Republican
ladles are requested to meet at Re
publican headquarters tomorrow
Tuesday afternoon In the south
ground floor room of the Opera house
block at 3 oclock sharp
Buy your Approved garments at
the Utah Knitting Co They make
them Sale now onk 302 25th SU
Brick warehousi > for sale Purchas
er to remove material from tbe ground i
Apply John v jacowcroft Sous Co =
THEY CANNOT 1
BESMIRCH HIM
William Glasmann Has Nothing to Hide and Answers His Enemies
Who Whisper That He Did Something Wrong inthe Post
officeComplete Commendation of His Ste r j
I ardship in the Ogden Postoffice I
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The Brewer gang Is circulating
bout town that Mr Glasmann was
declared unfit to run the Ogden post
office and hint at some serious diffi
culty Mr Glasmann has nothing to
hide as to why he left the Ogden post
ofllcc lIe tendered his resignation
and for a long time it was not acted
on Then Mr Glasmann wrote lo Con
gressman Howell about It and the fol
lowing letter was the reply
Post Office Department
Office of First Assistant Post
master General Washington
December S 100S
Hon Joseph Howell
House of Representatives
My Deer Sir Referring to your
call at the Department today con
I
cerning tho postmaslership at Ogden
Utah 1 have to Inform you that the
Department knows of no objection to I
the acceptance of the resignation of
Mr William Glasmann as postmaster
I Regarding jour inquiry as to the rec
ord of Mr Glasmann the Depart I
ments files show that the Ogden of
fice has been satisfactorily conducted
under his management
Very truly yours Signed
E F BUSHNELL
Acting First Assistant Postmaster
General
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Mr Glastnnnn says that after lie
tendered his resignation through tho
efforts of Waller Riche charges were
filed against him stating that Mr
Glasmann had asked the employes of
the poslofilcc to contribute to the Re
publican central committee
Mr Glasmann told the civil service
commissioner that he would like to be
bounced for such a cause even If his
resignation was in The civil service
commissioner accordingly notified tho
postoffice department that Mr GIns
mann be requested to resign and the
department promptly notified the civ
il service commissioner that Mr Glas
mann had already resigned The
above is the record The original let
ters can bo seen at time Standard of
fice
What is the next campaign lie
Does anybody think that Postmaster
General Frank Hitchcock would have
called on Mr Glasmann when he was
here only two weeks ago If Mr Gins
manns postofllcc record was anything
but good
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SMURTHWMTS
BACK DOWN
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His Whole Proof Consists of Police Court Records Where Belle Lon
don Was Fined White Glasmann Was MayorStandard Prints
The Smurthwaite Story Which the Examiner RefusedAll
Proves That the Brewer Gang Pulled the Examiner Off
Smurthwaite Dodges His Previous Charges and Is Quite Humble
When the Brewer gang discovered
that Glasmaun called Mudslinger
Smiirthwaitcs bluff by depositing
1000 for the proof of the foul attack
and discovered that live only proof
Smurthwalto had was that Belle Lou
don was fined while Glasmann was
mayor they pulled thdir hair and ar
ranger with the Examiner first not
to publish Mr Glasmanns challenge
and second not to publish Smurth
waites letter Then the Brewer
peo i
ple went around lolling people that
Glasmann had sufficient influence I
to get the Examiner to kill Smurth
waites letter etc etc
Smurthwaite feels sore He was
staked out to do the dirty work and
now he wants to let the public know
that he referred to official acts and
not personal acls of Mr Glasmann
Being caught with the goods Smurth I
waite qualifies Ills open charge
Smurthwtes Reply
Smurthwaltes reply to Glasmanns
challenge for the proof which the
Morning Examiner refuses to publish
shows that the Brewer crowd pulled
the Examiner off Here is the thing
Tell why the Examiner refused to
publish this
William Glasmann I have seen
your offer to pay me 100000 on pre
sentation of legal proof that you ever
had any discreditable or any other
relations of any kind with Bell Lon
don or anybody representing her
I accept your offer and propose that
the legal proof be established In this
way Bring suit In the district court I
for Weber county against me for li I
bel We will call a jury present our
proofs and if the verdict of the jury I
is in favor of you I will pay all dam
ages assessed If however the ver
dict of thc jury is that I have sus I
tained my charges then I draw down
the 100000 which you have deposit
ed in the First National Bank
You know that I cannot satisfy John
PIngree as to legal proof and more
than that yon know If I did satisfy
Johu Pingree he would have no au
thority to pay lhat money over to
me I suggest further if you want
John Pingree to pass upon the legal
ity and sufficiency oc the proof that
you arrange to call him as a juror
In the trial of the case proposed
You know that the records of the
police court of Ogdori City during
your administrations will prove con
clusively lhal you are guilty of the
things I charge
C A SMURTHWAITE
Oct 15 1000
Glasmann Accepts
C A Smurthwalle I have road
your reply as above to my offer of
1000 for the proof of the Insinua
tions you made in your attack on me
published Oct 15th
You are cowardly and you are
dodging the Issue You arc now
trying to make it appear thai you
only meant that Belle London was
Prosecuted and fined while 1 was
mayor Of course the records show
thai the judge of the municipal court
fined her every time she was arrested
or brought in to court In your at
tack you tried to insinuate soinuUiiny
olso and now you in a cowardly way
dodge the issue But I will even accept
ac
challenge you to present any proof
from the records of the Ogden City
police court that I personally had any
relations whatever with Your Belle
or the proof from the same records
that anybody representing me with
my knowledge and consent over had
any relations with Your Belle
i will deposit 1000 In the Firs
National bank you do the same Ir
you fail to present the proof I take
your money If you furnish it you
tape my money the money tQ be
spent for some charitable purpose
I am informed the police records
can be Inspected and searched com
pletely In an hour or two Therefore
you should bo able to present your
proof within 48 hours Further r
will agree to your suggestion and
have you prosecuted for criminal or
civil libel if you will agree aud de
posit 1000 aa a forfeit that you will
do so In answering the suit I file
against you
FirstThat you will assert and
maintain that the article youpublish
ed on October 15th Is true
Second That you will nol plead
your foul altack was privileged undor
our law by reason of the fact that 1
am a candidate for office or for an
other reason 1
ThirdThat you will make no claim
for mltigallon of damages bj reason
of the fact that a political campaign
is in progress or for any other rea
son
FourthThat the suit be tried with
out you malting any excuses for your
conduct
I You know courts and juries will not
punish for libel If the plaintiff is n
candidate for office so If you will
I agree as aboveI will take action with
1 in 24 hours
I I give you two chances to obtain
1000 Both are your own proposi
tions Now put up the money or con
fess yourself a Blunderer who is so
steeped in all that Is low that he
has not manhood enough to remove
the suspicion he has so unjustly cre
t ated in tine minds of some people
j Now no more dodging Put up your
money against mine which already
awaits your action as follows
October 15 1009
Received from William Glasmaun
the sum of 1000 to be pnld to Chas
Smurthwalle on receipt of the legal
proof thai William Glasmann ever In
all his life had any dishonorable re
lations with the woman referred to in
Smiirthwaitcs attack on Glasmann
First National Dank Ogdcn
JOHN PINGREE Cashier
Signed WM GLASMANN
I DANCE SATURDAY EVENING
WAS WELL ATTENDED
The dancing part in the study room
of the new High School Saturday ev
ening was one of the most enjoyable
social functions In the history of the
school The students are appreciative
of the excellent hall for social gath
erings turned over to them by the
board of education The maplo floor
seemed fair to resound with gladness
as they tripped the light fantastic
There were fully 100 couples In at
lendnnco
The ball was glen by the school or
chestra for the purpose of giving the
football team a lillle financial aid
The members of tine All Hallows
football eleven of Salt Lake were tho
honored guests of the evening The
hall In which the danco was held Is
one of he best in the state Dancing
was conllnueduntll midnight Those
who attended pronounce the entertain
ment one of the best ever given by
the students of the school The pat
Only rich people can I
afford to usepoor soap
For this reason Poor
soap contains an excess
of alkali which weakens
the fabric and shortens
the life of everything it
touches
Rich people can stand
that sort of thing
People who are not
rich should use Ivory
t
Soap for everything but
the coarsest commonest I
things that need to be
washed
Ivory Soap
99 1Woo Per Cent Pure
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WOE
WRIGHTS WRHGHlS I WRIGHTS WRIGHTS
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I At 830 tomorrow we start our l show Of Tbo UK
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Morning Specials j chose which startc the Mon <
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of the
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we are tired of dull mornings we are not satisfiedaiJ world u I
with busy afternoonswe want to be busy all day estlmi a from fino
will price inducements bring crowds out in the morn overl conve thous Spe
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to sa
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the following prices go into effect tomorrow morning live In s
at 830they will be discontinued at 12 sharp no telephones I tlonal local mldv
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approvalswe want to be here ia OUS I
no approva swe you e ere
n i I away Is ma
LI 150 KID GLOVES 95c
Now stock all colors
white or blackone pair to a
customer we cannot lit them
during rush but will do so any
time Afterwards Our regular
U 150 stock
60c CUSHION TOPS 23c
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Choice of any top and back
In stockall of the new fall
styles limit will he two to a
U customer We will give free in
structions In the making
300 OUTFIT 150
Pyrography Outfits new
stock extra good needles
U packed in handsome boxes
limit one to customer at 150
25c SET HAT PINS 10c
The very latestwith long
stems some very largesome
R smallthe limit will be 2 to a
aisle customer at lOc each Main
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Refrshmeds from 12 tin 2 OUock1
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For those ladies who cannot finish their shopping by 12 and who wish to1 have a const cousi
light refreshment we have provided chocolate and wafers which will be served at the I the tempi
aoidlt
Candy Department without charge teepi and
ands
never
We II Wright Sons Co barks blood of alkali from reno the a ir
any i
II Jill droll 31IS1IC Ir w Ii
Mr and
rons anti patronesses were I
Mrs J 0 Gross Miss Susie Rayburn
Miss Edna Martin Miss May Kyle and
members of the faculty
Dr R J Schultz Chiropractor has
moved from 157 26th to 2624 Adams
ave
UNION MEETING
The monthly Weber Slake Sunday
School Union Meeting was held in
the Weber Academy yesterday after
noon with Superintendent Brigham
H Goddard presiding Robert L Me
Glue of the General Sunday school
board was present and visited some
of the departments during the sos
stop of their class study
In addressing the general assembly
Supt Goddard emphasized the neces
sity of fidelity on the part of the work I
ers He referred to the many winter
entertainments dances etc which
are conducted In the various districts
and hoped the teachers and olllcors I I
would not allow these pleasures to I
Interfere with their local hoard duties
and obligations He exhorted all lo
be loyal to the Sunday school cause
COOK SYMPATHIZERS WERE
IN THE AUDIENCE I
Now York Oct ISTime first lec
ture given by Matthew A Henson
who accompanied Commander Robert
E Peary on his recent polar expedi
tion was marred by the fact that
the commander at tho last moment
had ordered him not to use photo
graphs which had been taken on the
trip Hanson took 120 pictures him
self and on his arrival here gave
them to the director of the American
Museum of National History who I
transformed them into lantern slides j
At the last moment Mr Peary In I
structed the museum director not lo
turn time slides over to Henson until
ho Peal had examined them The
director followed Pearys order
Theo were many Cook sympathis
ers lu time audience and the negro
lecturer was questioned closely on
many points Hcnson declared fre
quently throughout ills lecture that
Dr Cool could not have reached the I
north pole and It is said that he
would repeat these statements in the I
lectures which he will give In other
cities throughout the country
Division Inspection Superintendent
Whitney of tho Utah division of tho
Union Pacific leaves this evening for
a thripmer the division which will
last two or three days
AMOSKEG GINGHAM 5c
The genuine old Amoskcg
apron gingham which Is sell
Ing elsewhere at 7c limit 12
yards to a customer at 5c
I
7c CALICO 5c
Standard brands of Calico
reds > grays blacks otcUle
same as is sold all over Iowa
at 7c Tomorrow morning 5c
a yard
100 BLACK TAFETA 680
Full yard wide fine bright
mellow finish a surprising
value even at one dollardont
fall to see Ibis em6Sc
250 LACE CURTAINS 125
Half price for bright new
curtains of latest style plain
coble net with real Batlenberg
mountingLimit will be one
pair to customer at sale price
150 PETTICOATS 95c
Black sateen mid imitation
Hetherbloomstllched strap
flounce of same some have
embroidered flounce Limit
one to a customerTomorrow
moaning at 95c
5 BEAR SKIN COATS 298
The new stock finest qual
ity of curly bear skinfor chil
dren of 1 to 6 years made
with fancy pearl buttons and
fine quilted lining 0110 to cus
tomer in morning al 298
60c OUTING GOWNS 35c
Good quality of outing yoke
and solid color collar body of
gown has stripes in pink blue
and grey Limit one to a cus
tomer at 35c
100 CORSET 78c
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Royal Worcester best low
price modelthe new long hip
less effect Made of best cou
tel with rustless rlbsI hoso
supporters Double stays in
front Limit one pair
d now
ever 1
I ovenAd
50 FLOOR RUG 39 every
and G
Best Saxony size
RUgRoom j lndlco
9x12 feetIn handsome Orion foncle
tail patterns Tomorrow morn realiz
ing the Price Is 39 being
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social
40 FLOOR RUG 27 shIp
age e
Room size Dx12 fcelThis 19 f tend
the famous Axmlnster Rug and I Js on
caa bo had in Floral or Orion I 11wa
tal patterns The price tomol comc
row morning will be 27 this I
self I
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250 HAND BAG 125 lJ or go t
neigh
Every one is a bright new bag Tt
In the latest stylewith limo El sea
overlapping strap of plain comet
blackLimit one at 125 btany
biota Aisle f t UR ho
a I varlOl
machl
stock
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