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maltreat or mislead their th < rfr wlw wlwfounded > II iu iuS iufounded lire liretoundcll
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wide We do not care to diseuu Hie qu ques questlon quetion e etun
iwpoiUlon a awould and andWIUlilnot an anWQ1IIl
tun raised by this thl
would WIUlilnot not have mentioned the odltorlnin odltorln I IIn
in the iho Eagle were It not for the thcnsso awo awoelation assoclatlon I IIWon
Incident with the Mor Mormon itormon1 lor I Inon
elation of this
In New York mad madby madby I Iby
mon mon1 propaeMida
In dlscusslns the subjoct subjoctSpeaking subjoctSvcnklng subjoelSpnkIng
that
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Speaking of the desire of men
Mormon mission missionnrleB msslonnrl mIssionnrIe
drive out
Btroy BtrO or to
nrleB nrl 1 wherever they aro making pro proselytei proelyt prosriyte
selytei elyt s of married women It argue arguethftt nrguosthl arguethht
Mormon propaganda propagandawhole i iwhole II IIl1ole
thftt thl from a
whole l1ole community may I1n deem Its entire entlriproperty entireprlptrt entirpropertY
property In womanhood put in peril perilgeneral V Vpcneral fgcneral
general uprising uprl lnlt against the propagancl propagancllaid
laid i3t then becomes easy eas natural am ameffective nnd nnderrccllve an anerfectlse
effective effectiveThe
The desire here supposed does no noexist not notcxlst noexist
exist where people are wolMnformci wolMnformcintid welllnrormeltnntl
and entirely sane It Is only on I among amontmen amongnlen amonmen
men nlen who are densely Ignorant of Mor Mormon MorI 101 101mon
I mon doctrines and teachings or winhiiva win whohtwo wiuffivo
hiiva lost their reason that such a do doftre deIre dorite
Ire is inhibited Why should sh uld there b bony be bei biCli <
Cli ony i IY objection to the reception of o ret re rellijIouH reoUglous >
llijIouH truth by married womermore womer womenmoro womermore
more moro than by single women 01 01than orthan o othan
t than by married or single singlemen singlelIien slnghmen
men Mormonlsm does not noiInterffcre noIntcrere i
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Interffcre with the property In woman womanhood romanhod omanbond
hood cither of a community or of ar arIndividual anndlvltlual orIndividual
Individual Ifdoes not attempt to take tnktthe takethe takthe
the wlfo from the husband or the hus husband ilushand ¬ I ItJnn1
band from the wife It enjoins com complete complel comlete ¬
plete lete and perfect erfeCt fulfillment of the mar marriage mnrrlnlte marrloge ¬
riage contact Missionaries 1II slonnrles s sent nt intn intnthe IntllIho intith
the th world to preach tho Gospel OOSPOIIlI ax held heldby heltlby heldthe
by the Mormon Church aic Instruct Instructfiil I
fiil i1 1 not to baptize married women womenagainst womenagt spins spinsagainst
agt against lnst the objection of their husbands husbandsnor hU8b nds ndsnor
nor minor children contrary to the thewlahes thewishes thewishes
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wishes of their parents parentsA
1 A general uprising against the pro propagandlsts proJ1aandlsts propagandists
I pagandlsts may become easy be because heI liecause
I cause ot misrepresentation and the In Inflaming Inlaming Inflaming ¬
flaming of the passions of Ignorant pea people peapIc iieoVie ¬
Vie but there > Is no excuse for It In Inreason Intellson InI
reason because there Is not the slight slightcst
I t cst danger either to the community cOl1lm nlIY orto or orto orto
to any person from the preaching of our ourElders ourI ourElders
I Elders or from the acceptance of their theirteachings theIrf theiri
i teachings teachln by man woman or child childPeoplo chlltlIi childPeople
Ii People who embrace tho Mormon Mormonxfath Mormonfaith
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xfath faith ulthnre are not required to violate their theirfamily theiri theirfamiiy
i family relations nor to leave their theirhomes theirft theiruiomes
ft 1 f t 1 homes nor to do anything contrary tothe to tothe toi
i the most rigid rules of virtue and pro propriety prot proprlety ¬
t I priety Any statements to the con contrary conJh contrary ¬
Jh trary tra ry of o this are utterly false and with without withtat withI
out shadow of foundation In fact factThe
tat 1 I Iii I The notions of o the majority of man mankind mnnkind mankind ¬
1 kind who have not Investigated tho thodpctrlnea
dpctrlnea of o Mormonlsm are of tho thovaguest theVaguest
vt if vaguest and crudest character Even Eventhe EvenJ
i J the clergy of the various sects and the theeditors theit theeditors
editors of o prominent nuwttpuperR 1II1IIJ1IiI rll en entertain ent ¬
t it t tertain Ideas Ide on this subject that are aroas aref arctar
< f as tar from fr < t1 the truth us Saturn is from fromtho fromf fromtho
f tho sun and usually their minds arc so soOloudftl sol soc
l c clouded with prejudice rlilns from the themists theinlets
mists ot o rumor that there lg little op oppoitunlty opI I
poitunlty I tunltr for the light of truth to torttgh tozeph
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rttgh them themV th m mjrregtUd
t jrregtUd V 1Vregard regard the Brooklyn Eagle as n nfair nt aLI
LI fair t llr and nnt able paper far above aba the aver average aIi averI ¬
i I tH age of prominent Journals in this thl COunt conntry COunttrrAntl countryAnd
try trrAntl And yet et th the tenor of its remarks remarksOn
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On this subject shown sho that ItR editor Is IDtlngad Isvi i ir
r vi tinged with lth the common notion about aboutMormona abouttnrmotu aboutMormons
I Mormons and the family relation relationWhen relationI relationt relationWhen I
t When th the influential JourimllUs of this thisj thisOoUntr
j 5 1 counts rwh the undemanding of the thetmth tbej tuetrttth
< j tmth on this question there will fc fcson be bei
i 0 son 8QJflt probability that the manes of oftl ottI ofthe
tl tb the Wipl lIP Will become b < t lle h better ti r informed informedand III Co rmel1 rmel1Ule
and an 0 the d df dplr lr i to kill or drive out outMormon outonnonmlJelvnllrle outhionnoif
tI Mormon onnonmlJelvnllrle mUtlmme will cease cea tot to torMkfo toIii
t rate Iii n tie bourns of < m men ItltnJ menThere n nT
J T There art IIt ii ao people under the nun nunart
r i WtlO art rs u Idtr o r ufh anngentlobllga anngentlobllgaUMM sriiigent obliga obligaUoi
UMM before ton Cod and nd the Church to tobIcb
I bIcb ca ae htlcD hIIeDh to preserve J1re ervc person personII personebaity
II 1 ehutuy md ng to refrain from Infring InfringIn
In Inl upoft tiie irl r1hti of ot ott others irc in refer referto riCerfatt refereaee
fatt eaee to t ih tilt rotrf ro Thrrge ce relation a as ate nioKH noII atetJi
tJi II KH F1 Eliere ra o of th the Church of Jesus JesusUtt Jesust JesusChrist
Christ t If Utt Latterda rday SalnU San nta Next ext to tornt toU1tr toIIttr
U1tr IIttr llr th theii rnt q I i M t t ifioiin e orhing Ilna to toU t9tent tothe
U the > tent tf thin Churrh jt I the th viola violaW 1011or Iolatton
tton W W o the tev seventh nth commandment The Thereatrvailon ThertWalloli Thersratuoe
reatrvailon Of pornonii 1 virtue li I ono 0110Oi oneC
Oi < > C 0 be jwlncij < 1tt most perniitently In Intilled InIU1 Intills4
4 IU1 tilled into tsto the minds I llJd of our youth It Itt ItIt
4s s t It etPete4 x ette4 ttht that t wunr > < uug men In this thisi thisiIU
i I f 11 i ti rt iIU aU u br a kill pure an 11 the young youngt Oungt
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t ui W l mil th g taught to them thfmI thlmITllU themtrni
I frm tin tlllif r ihiiitiool ihiiitioolJ hdhootThe I1I1n10011TM
J The stir lIr ih ILt than ha N 1 > en made In re reJ
I I J I i < Hgtou circles In Niw l w York ov ot oei r thfc thfcneptatice th thkeptante
neptatice of r VJi Mrml1l > imnnNm tn by two In Ini Intllltrtlal inlcerttal
i duertlal and Intelligent ladHfl III Ia1l will willreault XVIIIprhpe 111prhllfJl
prhllfJl reault in clearing away awaT some someT Omei
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T H
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Tf f Iii prrnnemts ItnnrcMlorid IInllr I < 1I1S s M > com cominin camIIl4i om om1lI1
Mormonlmw nl ° In an anothr IUIother another <
inin 1lI1 coiicwrnlng I
other article rt1cCI on this pa 11Ae a1e e wilt bo foum foumrn tounlOrne founitime
rn st tat 1 m fleflt if nt tf from ° m Mrs ulalr tuk tuken tuktn tuken
time
New York Sun They fhe will wllrve willcrvo vIlscrV
en from root Ih t h
scrV rve to I fl II that thll t th thllr r > H I no Image damito tlanrto
belong belongthrough belongthroulh olol1gthrouh
to the fa faI1llr nllv to which she
through her > oiveteloa ncr lon to the doctrlnei doctrlneiof
Whatever properly ir irmarrlA Inmarrlqrl Itinarr1
of thin thl fhurch hurc
marrlA ta i v tliled t d In the hvi husband bnnd It Ith Inhlr Iihr
In that of any In other map mapned millried metrAed
or
h hlr r r r1f
> ver be II l Infringed ai aia nsa tua
ned woman 0 In In will 1It n nver
ot f Mormon tenchlnt tenchlntor
I1
cnn MnU enflMtUfltC nuvnce
or a Inilufiice On the contrary It wl11 wl11b wilbe ll llbe
be b rejrarded If t poailblo moro sacrcdlj sacrcdljthun stlcr encredilthan ly lythn
than A1ver ver before tMforeWe beforeWe beforeWe
that the attitude a tlllll of tin tinMormon theMormo thMunson
We ar aM aw aware aro
Mormon Church in ntfer nCatlnce nce V Vplural tn tnplittAI t tplural
plural marriage In tIntS piwt has oc ocessloned oet1llontd ocesnned
essloned much mlMPPtUtatulon lon con conmnlna
tin family rela rclaton relaton relatoli
subject of
mnlna 4 1 nlnlf tl10 h °
ex exl 4JXliht oxatnOt34
when that practice
ton Jut ven en
rday Saints t3aintswhich Saintswhich SaintswhJch
l liht u I ainaw the tttrjla Utt
llmlUil extent eJCt nt thi thifianio Ihefll1m tbftarn
which wan till only to 9
fianio inftrd all n now for the rights c cbiixbaodt ot othlllllnd ohIiILIIdI
biixbaodt ami liD nii II wives wlv wa Viti required nm nmthe nn1 nn1the nnithe
wives wivesthan wlVQUUII lva lvatheC
the fact that a man hod moro
than one did not Justify him In any nnjWM an anwise
Intrude nri nriothtr nnother another
WM 1 in attempting to Intru upon
other family or invade any nn mans home homeIf
If anything of the kInd over occurred occurredIt
It van contrary to the faith anl IU < mon mosiuncred molltRrred monNacred
uncred obligations of the Indlvlduu Indlvlduuwho
who ho thus sinned tnn d apalmt Inlt God a Ind IndaIMlnat cmi cmiagainst in inaitalnat
against his own roneclence roneclenceThere eonpcietieeThere onlcllntThere
There U i nothing In the religion which whlofIK
Is being promulgated by b the EHilera o othlu of ofthlll ot ottliI
thlu tliI Church < that can give oCcasion o clUllon foi foithe torthf folthe
the rpifntment which hlh the Knglo seoin seointo selmsto scetnIto
to think Is g natural nnil Justlllnlilc JustlllnlilcIt
It is the pure ure aoapel of Jesus J sus Christ Chrlaian
an taught taulht1Jy by HlmHulf and AlII Ills Apostles Apostlesand
and It nIl It iiromoted honesty Integrity Integritychastity Intfertlyrhastlly htitegritychastIty
chastity and the practice of all the thtrhrlatlan thehrlllln thcChristian
rhrlatlan virtues which in theory arc nrcupheld nreIIJ1helcI arcuitheld
upheld by modern creeds This should shouldbe
be understood by our contemporaries contemporarheteverywhere contemporarieseverywhere contemporarieslrerywlIere
everywhere A deposition dlpposl tlon on theft theiipart theftpllrt theitPRrt
part to learn und then oxplaln the thetruth thltruth timctruth
truth In reference to Mormonism nod amiIts 11I11Itll nodits
Its piopagnntla will ba welcomod with withJoy withJoy withJoy
Joy by a much maligned people and andwill an anwill andwill
will prove to be of benefit to those pa papers Ja Japers a apers ¬
pers and to the grant t public amongwhom among amongwhom nmongwhom
whom they cltoulate Anyhow truth truthIs
Is mighty Inightand and will prevail prevailMllS prevaillHS jirovailMhts
MllS JHII1It m IIl flXIbstINblasturn UXlIAINS UXlIAINSKasturn 1XlIIIlNS1a
Kasturn 1a turn pnpcra have bad much to say sayitiout say1OUt ay ay1100ut
itiout thiS alleged discourtesy of Mormen Mor Mormon tor torlIon
mon mlsslonirlM ml slOllrlllt in attending nod niulspenklng nndspeaking nodspeaking
speaking at a Christian ChrJ tlall Endeavor Endeavormeeting Endeavorinretltig ndeaorIneetlng
meeting It is all on account of o the con conversion conImlon conVerion ¬
version of two prominent ladles to toMormonlsm toorl11onlsm totormonism
Mormonlsm MormonlsmThere tormonismIharo orl11onlsmThere
There is of course not the slightest slightestground slightestrotind t tIrolJnd
ground for or the complaint as I Isj made madevery mAdevery madevery
very plain by b Mrs Irs Blair the former formerpresident tormerpreldnt formerpresident
president of the Endeavor society and andtho nndthe andthe
the lady at whose Invitation the mis misBlonartea mlRslonartes misslonartes
slonartes appeared nt the meeting Mrs MrsUlalr MrsUlair rs rslJIalr
Ulalr In an Interview with n New o York YorkEvening Yorkrenlng YoricvenIng
Evening Hun reporter made IlIn lf this state statement stlltement statement ¬
ment which appeared In the Sun of ofthe ofLt otth
the th ISth of this month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The Mormons refuse to allow a mar married marrled marned ¬
ned woman to Join their Church by bybaptism by11111I1SI11 byhaptisin
baptism without the full consent of her herhusmnd harhUMIIn heriusbcmnd
husmnd Now what other clum h does doesthat dOCRIhlt doesIhat
that Doesnt that show what kind of ofpeople oCpeople ofpeople
people they are ure1 My Iy husband knows knowshow knowsholY knowsnow
how I feel but b lt I have not yet secured securedhis se ured uredhis
his is consent to being baptized and I IMnt IIJ Iant
IJ ant nt be baptized < 1 until I do o To be sure sureI
I I nm as much of o a Mormon orrnon In my be bellcf belIf beEIef
llcf a HI MIlS Dickinson I am also a aChristian nChrlllan aLhrtstiao
Christian for the Mormonii are Ohrlntlnn ChrlltlRn Ohrln ChriliIons
Ions although ministers who dont dontknow dontcriow ontkllv
know anything about t thorn say they theyere thlYto
ere to not notthat that they are heathens As to tothe tothe toits
the etor > about trying to break up that thatJociety thatrodetf thatoclety
Jociety meeting most of It Is false falseThe taJseIh
The Ih hie lady further explained how she sheIxtnme shenllle she5XiIfle
Ixtnme nllle convinced of o the truth of Mornottism Mor Mormonism MarmOIlIKm
monism und camp to go to Mr r Sever Severancoh SoerI1I1C1I 3ovorcnce
ancoh cnce meeting She and Mlssjfilckln Mlssjfilcklnion MlsSj MissXlcktn MissXlcktnIon Dlckln Dlcklnson
ion as president and secretary of the thehrlstlan theChrlstfnn thebristlan
hrlstlan hrlstlanflindenvor flindenvor Endeavor Enden or Society had sold soldtickets solttickets soldickets
tickets for a church entertainment to totho totho tolie
tho missionaries Their money was as ascod 119gcod ascoil
cod ns any one eltos she paid atd and andr anddr
dr r Severance had been glad to get It ItThen IlThon Ithen
Then ah she said slllahe she ho thought It her duty dutyto dut dutto
to 0 look after ntt r the Mormons opnons at the en enerUilriment enterlllrltnent enertjclriineflt
erUilriment and Introduced them to the thointor theI1n theator
I1n intor tor She continues her statement statementA
A few days after that after I had Imdicnt hadent hadeat
eat In III my resignation Mr Severance Severancenine
nine hero and asked n ked me what I meant meanto
to o 1 take up Mormonlsm I asked him himIt himhOI
hOI L > It differed from what there was In Inhe Inthe inhe
he BIble Instead of taking the Bible IllbloinJ IIlblenncI Bibleml
inJ showing me It ho could he did not notepty notreply noteply
reply with lIh a single argument but said saidhat BollIIhat saidhat
hat any anyone one who would read Mormon MormonlUrature MormonIIterUure MormonIterature
lUrature and listen to their mission missionirlwi missIonArll missionrios
Arll rios had hnllsunk sunk to tho level of heathen heathensm
18m sm m That was the way aiho ho tried to brine brineick brln brln1N bringack
1N ick k his lambs mind you Qjir < lrobject object
In going to his church was to give our ourtemimony ourItIiUrnony ourtestlfliony
temimony that WP were believers inChrist In InChrist InChrIst
Christ and In the BIble We went bc bccauw 00rUUII because
cause that night we had no church of ofour otour ofour i
our own to go to It wasnt a night nightfor nllhttor nightfor
for one of our meetings Mr tr Sever Severance Severnnrt Severance ¬
ance in thc opening prayer told every everyone everyone everyone
one we core Mormon I save a VIJ my m tes testimony testlmon testlnion ¬
timony tlmon that the Gospel wa WM true and andthey nncIthe andthey
they the said nftortvard that I was a asmooth asmooth asmooth
smooth talker talkerRider tn talkerElder liter literllder
Rider Ncff has one of tho Mormons MormonsHot
Hot pprml prmisIon lon to speak He said he hebelltvcd he1Jf liebidiev0
belltvcd 1Jf > 111 < 1 every CII word of the Bible and andIn
In flirist There was no disturbance disturbancebut
but afterward some of o the people came camoto cameto carn carnto
to u UN and nskcd how we Mohnmmo MohnmmoOan
dane nil on ono called u its dared to speak speakI
I nftld Ilcl that we wero not Mohammedans Mohammedansbut
but that we wero Christians that we wehntl vuhad e ehad
had us much right to speak there as n nPresbyterian 1 1lrl it1reyter1ah
Presbyterian PresbyterianWhy lrl btertnn btertnnVh
Why Vh did I leave the church for Mor Mormonism Mormonisin tor I
monism Well In tho first place I Ihave Ihltv Ihave
have always thought baptism by b lm lmtwrslon 1mmlrlon immirsion
twrslon waft the ojily true kind Then ThenI
I believed 1 In Ifiltordny revelation revelationwhich rcvelatlonwhlrh revelationwhich
which Is the pnfriorstono tnor9tono of the Mormon Mormonfaith Mormonfaith ormon ormontalth
faith What led did once he must doalwayr1S1iy do doalwnyf doalwaiv1
alwnyf alwaiv1 NTiy did He II reveal Himself Himselfto IIImstltn
to people In the Old Testament and andwh anelVh nailwh
wh > does He not do It t now But He Hedo HlliMA liedoe
do liMA a reveal rceal1Um HlmPelf el now to the head li d of ofHis o oIlls ofIlls
Ills Church ChurchMrs ChurchMrs hurchrll
Mrs rll Blair DlalrCurthcr further said emphatically emphaticallyMust
Must Qf Mr Ir Severances everance statements statementsand
and his account of that meeting are areHen areIip
Hen 111 The Mormons orrnon ore perfect Chris Christian Chrislinn Christhin ¬
linn gentlemen and they the are a good gooddeal goodilla1 gooddeal
deal nearer heaven perhaps than he hills hillsrile Is IsThe isTime
The assertion allj rton that tho Latterday LatterdaySaints Latterdayalnta LntterdlliSllnts
Saints arc Christians scents to has havIrritated hl1lIrrl1Rt hasirritate4
Irritated Irrl1Rt tfojne of o the Reverend gentle gentlemeti gentlemetl gentlealesm
meti ot If tho tholironx Bronx district and one of ofhem ottltm ofthem
hem took occasion occolllqn to say sn through tha thaSun thoSun thaSun
Sun reporter that they are not There Therean
an others Jth rs who would like to see that thatojilnlon Thatopinioti thalollnlol
ojilnlon preVall It may ma therefore bemesh be bewell beell
well ell to point out that this question questiona qu lIon lIont
a t as pnrly ft M 1SOI was 118 considered by bythe byLillO bythe
the Swiss government g v rnfonl and decided ns nsfar Oilfllr asfar
odlclai decision on such a anueStlon BIIUl aciuestion
far J as an
nueStlon IIUl tlon can be Ie had in the affirms affirmative nmrmAlive affirmslive ¬
live The following document is self selfexplanatory Nitoxplnnntol selfexplanatory
explanatory explanatoryHocne oxplnnntolnot explanatoryimone
Hocne not the 23rd of April 181 181The 1H 1HThe 1244TIme
The topartment of the Interior of ofthe ottht ofthe
the Swiss SVI Confederation ConfederationTo
To the Bwlf wI I Federal I < edera CouncilThe Council CouncilTho Cou 1 111 111Tho
Tho question questionWhether c1ticstionWhether tue tl n nWhether
Whether the Mormons are to be Ac Acknowledged 11 11knpwlell ac acknitvledgdI ¬
knowledged knpwlell n hit a Christian sect orwiot orwiothas or or4totbbs oliO oliOhn
has hn been transmitted tr l1 1mltted by b the Federalcouncil Federal Federalcouncil Fedraluncll
council uncll 16 t tt JJcpartment c nrtment of the In In4i In4I
4i 4I 4Ii
I i
T
TC TCtrlor
tenor on tho 18th Inst While this tbIsDs tbIsDsparttnuiit De Deixirtmunt DeLlllrtllont
ixirtmunt In its report closely sticks tick tickthe t ti to toIhe
i lie wording of the tibovu question ye yeIt yeIt ot
It must llrst of all call cn your nur attcntloi attcntloito
to tho fact thut there Is no II olllcta olllctaauthority olHcltllauthority etudeauthority
authority In Christendom to tnpusJ puss i 1
decision and binding judgment on thl this thisItllestOI1 thtiittelItloll thlucatlon
ucatlon For the Catholic must o onecessity onecsslty onecessity
necessity Judgo differently from fr m th thProtestant the thePrntestant thiProtestant
Protestant and l II I within thoIrotbatun thoIrotbatunchurch thoIrolclltllntchurch tho Irotbstnn Irotbstnnclonrdhm
church opinions and imc3 judgments dlffe dlffevery tlllTern thiflevery
very n > ry much concerning concern III the Mormons Mormohlltlill MormohlltlillIhelr aiv aivtheir antheir
their social condition Therefore thlDepartment this thisepnltmllIt thilIoprtrttnint
Department can express hothlng iju ijuan but butI1n buIntl
an Individual opinion to tho Federn Federncouncil 1 FeileroCItIflCii ed ml mlcounrll
council and It would not bo very ll mud muddifferent nmucdifftrettt
different If the opinions of this or the thatheologian thnltholotlllll thetheologIan
theologian of nil tho theological faoul itaQultIl faoulties fuoulties
ties were ascertained Moreover 1 It i imrtre tnlllre intidre
mrtre than doubtful that whatever wn wnthe wlli A Athe
the IVdural council may decide I Imuld It Itrouhl Iroukl
muld make binding upon tIme Canton CantonItn
Itn It II decision and Jts conception oft 0 Mor Morr MarIIl1nl
IIl1nl 1110 ISImI lIl
r
With htit these th He preliminary consldcra con consIdrntlons hl rn rntons
Ions this Department takes liberty ti tigive tn tngive iigive
give Its It opinion on the question submit submitted mibmnittoil
ted for Its examination and report reportWith rU1JorlsWith reportWith
With the fotowlng fotowlngThe tolowlnThl < <
The most correct bnsls for Jtulglnf Jtulglnfa jI ll llIt llItn
a rellglmm community ollmunlt Is no doubt 1101l Jtltll JtltllOWII Iti Itiown iiiomii
own confession contOl lon of o faith Tho Mormon Mormoncommunity MormonrIlnimutiit tormonIwtllmulllt
community has lmti Homo linn tin JIRO publish publishrd
rd such 811 h a confession of faith faith1 ns a refu refutatlon I mtutation ru rutntlon
tatlon to the accusation of hciithunlrm hciithunlrmami Itcimthmomtmand
and that Is reproduced hero In wilting
Hero follow tho Articles of o Faith FaithIn
In regard to thin confession ronte8 lon of taUtthe faith follrtho faiththo
tho undersigned > department ex itxresem itxresemfor > res re lcH lcHor of offor
for or Itself tHel tho opinion that the Mar Mormons MVImOIlK ¬
mons art nr a Christian Chrl tlnn sect sectThe scctlhe sectliie
The department of the Interior q qthe ot otth1SwllA otheSwtss
the th1SwllA Swiss confederation confederationTo
To the Swiss federal councilApril council cOllnollApril councliAPril
April 23id 1SC4 1SC4Tho 1S6Tho IS4Time
Tho secretary of the department ol olthe otthe oithe
the Interior
KAIU < HCHENK HCHENKMr HCIIENI1Mr
Mr tr Schenlt for 30 years held most mostImportant ntnslImportant ost ostImportant
Important olllcoH In tho Swiss republic republicSeveral rep repitbhicSeveral lbllc lbllcSeveral
Several times he was Its president and andthere andthere andthere
there Is no doubt of the Importance ol oltho ortho cithmo
tho opinion to which whIch he afllxcd his sig signature algnnture slgnature ¬
nature natureTho nntureThe natureThe
The entire agitation n ltatlon In New York on onaccount onnccount onaccount
account of the conversions that th tltno tltnotoken have havotaken havetaken
taken place Is ridiculous WQ believe believeanybody believeanybody believeanybody
anybody who will read tho statement statementof
of Mrs tril Blair without prejudice will willadmit willnt1mlt svlhladmit
admit that the fuss U was W lIJ needless needlessIf
If the Elders on Invitation entered nn nnEndeavor nnEndeaor anEndeavor
Endeavor meeting and spoke there therethey therethey therethey
they violated no rules of denomina denominational dOIlOOlIIlItlonnl denonminmaleant ¬
leant etiquette We believe Endeavorers Endeav Endeavorers End I Iorers
orers have spoken In the Mormon MormonTabernacle Mormonrabernacte tormonlnbernacle
Tabernacle In this city without con conscientious cansclentlous coinscientious ¬
scientious scruples The conversions conversionswero conversloIwere
were not the result df d their attendance attendanceat attcnd lIcQ lIcQnt mmceat
at that meeting but had occurred pre previously prevlously previously ¬
viously so there was no reason for forcomplaint torcomplnlnt forcomplaint
complaint on that icoie Christians Christiansgenerally ChrI8t1 Christiansgenerally nR nRgenerl1l1y
generally should be more liberal I1bcr IJ and andless anllless andless
less Jealous and there would be1 bemuch bemuchioss benwciiUss much muchloss
loss trouble troubleA
1 1A
A IiANOUAdB 11 G UAI QUUSTION QUUSTIONOne QU I SlION SlIONOne
One of tho dlfllcult questions to tode todedde rto rtoclde 11 11elde
clde In the Philippines Is that relating relatingto
to what language shall be the olllclal olllclalmeans 01cI111means Officialmoans
means of communication ShallIt be beEnglish beEngllBh beEnglish
English or Spanish Judge Taft It Is Issaid lasuld issaid
said will soon forward to tho govern government gov gosrnmont rn rnmcnt ¬
mont n memorial on that subject subjectAt
At present many of o the native olll ollldais 0111clnls oflicinls
dais do not understand English Most Mostof Mostof roslat
of the foreign rorel 1I residents are familiar familiarwith tarnlllnrwith familiarwith
with Spanish and use that tongue tong e In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the courts while the Americans Amerlcansot Amerlcansotourse of ofcourse ofcolmrse
course ourse uso their own language languageTho lansuageTho
Tho language question Is ut llrst not noteasy 1I0teaay noteasy
easy of solution but by and by b It will willsettle willsettle willsettle
settle Itself and naturally In favor aor of ofEnglish otEligHsh ofEnglish
English The language of the predom predominating predomInnitng predombutting ¬
butting race Is always adopted when whentho whentho whenthe
tho various factions meet meo In contest contestOur C cQntestOur lntest lntestOur
Our country Is now now sending teachers tench rs by bythe bythe bytime
the hundreds to the Islands and Fit Filipinos I FitIploos II IIIplnos ¬
ipinos me to come here to be educated educatedIn
In our normal schools The natives nativesare at1vosae
are said to be apt to learn and to todcslro todesIre tOdesire
desIre to study IItud English As A the work workof ork orkat
of education goes on the natives will willacquire willnCl1ulrc willacquiro
acquire knowledge of our language and andtho amttho antitime
tho difficulty will be settled It will willbo willbe ssliibe
be Incumbent upon Congiess to enact enactlegislation encllegislation etmrmctlegislation
legislation for the purpose of olruclll olrucllltatlng facili facilitating facilltating ¬
tating the acquisition of knowledge knowledgeamonsr ImowledgoIlmong knowledgeamong
among the children antI the youth outh and andthen andthen andthen
then time will do the rest restIt restIt vestIt
It Is well known that the lan language lantuagequestion languagequestion uage uagequestion
question has caused much trouble In Inthe Inthc IntIme
the world People cling with wonder wonderful ¬
ful tenacity to the mother tongue In InFinland InFinland n nlnlnnd
Finland Hussla has not yet et bo been n able ableto lbloto
to Holvo the problem satisfactorily satisfactorilyPolish satisfactorilyPolish
Polish Is still a spoken tongue Ip IJlIIPlte IJlIIPlteo nplto npltoof pltoof
of o all efforts at Its suppression III InAustriaHungary IIIAustria Iii5untrIuIlUngarY
AustriaHungary Austria Hungary the language coritqst coritqstthreatens conlljstthrentens contqstthreatens
threatens to disrupt the empire In InSouth InSouth InSouth
South Africa the difference of o speech speechbetween Bpeechbetweon speechbetween
between Britons and Boars was one tof tofthe Dtthe bfthe
the causes of o 111 feeling that led to war warIn WI1IIn warIn
In this country however the linguistic
question has never been a serious mat matter matter matter ¬
ter Immigrants have come ond learned learnedEnglish leapedEnglish
English l and often even forgotten tor otten their ilielrnative theirnlltlc theirnative
native vernaculars There la II all reason reasonto
to believe that an American system of ofeducation ofeducation ofeducation
education will bring on similar slrllnr results resultsIn
In the Philippines and that we will be bedoing bullolng bedoing
doing there what no other nation Has liasbeen Hasbeen Ifa Ifabeen
been able to do except by brutal force forceThe forceThe CorceThe
The natives will soon find that to tolearn tolenrn tolearn
learn our language will be to their theirvantage ad advantage nl nlvantage ¬
vantage and prompted Ilr mlltW by such a mo motive motlve metive ¬
tive they will take it up without coor coorclon coorcion coerdon
don
A little lit tie knowledge may ma or may ndtbe ndt ndtbe ndtbe
be a dangerous thing It all depends dependsupon delJCncIUllon depcnd3upon
upon what It Is about aboutMrs abouttrtJ aboutMrs
Mrs trtJ Lease nH has gone Into bank bankruptcy bankMlptcy bankrimptey ¬
ruptcy and people are beginning to toask toask toask
ask What will she he KO 0 Into nextf nextfMen nex net7 net7Men t tten
Men must suffer before they can cannet CAnact canact
act says Richard Mansfield And even evenafter conatter ovenafter
after that the audience must often su suCor suficr suf suffor
for
Shoes that exactly fit n girl are n ncuriosity ncurloslt acuriosity
curiosity says n Chicago philosopher philosopherCinderellas philosopherClnderells philosopherCinderellas
Cinderellas sister held the some opin opinion oplnIon opinion ¬
ion
Guam Is becoming civilized all right rightenough rightennugh rightenough
enough Tho governor has Ismied n nproclamation 1 1proclamotlon aproclamation
proclamation lamenting the prevalence prevalenceof
of hoodlumlsm hoodlumlsmEverything hoodlulIIlsmrerithlng imoodlutnism1verything
Everything comes high In InCity p Paivson PaivsonCtty son sonClti
City even justice A murder trial there therehas thereh herohas
has h s already cost a hundred 1h thdusnnd thdusnnddollars thiOumsncIdollars u and anddollars
dollars and It Is still going on1 on1lIng on onKing i
King I lng Edward R ward Is orVosfcl opoe d to tbitumng tbitufflngchIldren fltuning fltuningchildren
children with too much knowledge His Hismaje lIltmaJHti flitmajesty I
maje majesty ty Is right Stuff emwith tII1 flth time timeroast thjroaat tft
rout beef ot o old England ami plum plumduff piumnduff Jum Jumduff I
duff i iWhell
When hmen an attempt was made yeter yetertar ieF ieFday tlr i ida
tar da < to rate the transport trnn port Inrralli It Itdropped Itdro itdropped
dropped dro an additional four feet feetwee Tbtn Tbtnwai Tit Tita
wee a drop in th the bctslnitml not In the thebucket thibuckt lbsbucket
bucket bucketXutlian bucktNlthan bucketNatiman
Xutlian Hnleg schoolhouse Is to be bettd b bPfN1 tmepttsmid
PfN1 pttsmid ttd 1 It eh rhculd > uld b 1 be > 4 > for there Inimtan kint kintan IIIntun
an institution ot f learnln In all the land
l ltllIt
that teachcfl 8 < love IO of country better bet o thai thaitliut thattutu
tutu samo SIII little Nchoolhousc NchoolhouscThomas sctmolhomiseTimornLmSOJormmmeil Hd1lOlhollSC1h
Thomas TimornLmSOJormmmeil 1h 0 III II OPonnell M P 1 has de deelated declalcd deelated >
elated In the tim commons tiat thQ Irish Irlslmembers IrishUttJl1bur IrisiHmeohtjrg
members Intend to make hluh a hivinilanguage living livinglanguage 1IlnSIntlguage
language They are capable of o maklnc maklnclively rnakllllively mitkinilively
lively times tInisif If not living languages languagesPresident langllngelrclflent languageslrctmtTent
President McKlnley ctijoyn the theunlijue thel1I1 hittmtmiU
unlijue tmtmiU l1I1 uu llxtliictlon dl t1leton of belni the only onlyprominent onlyIlfominent ommi ommipt
prominent pt public man to escape the theLL theIrJ hitI4I
LL 0 1 > contnclon Had he goUt to Cam Cambridge ClunbrhlHo 1mtmbridge
bridge he h inetoo too would have caught It ItWhile ItWhllo itViilto
While his band 1m 1111 of Insurgents were weregiving wongising I I11lng
giving up their arms Oen Cnllles wept weptIt veptIt i iIt
It Is no Imputation upon hlo well wellimown wellimownohnlncter hnowr hnowrcharacter ktmotvcOhmutcicter
character to suggest that they nuu nuuhftvo ninthvo TIIlYhr
hftvo hr 0 been crocodile t ten tenrs nrs IS that dropped droppedfrom doppeiom
from iom his eyes eyesDown cyesDown eyesDawn
Down In lnianora Sonora Mexico they have havebeen hnVcbcclI imacbecti
been seeing n great meteor foil from fromthe fromthe frotrtime
the shy sIc s1 ami they th think It a wonder wonderThtt wanderThm Intor IntorTho
Thtt Thm best be time to BOO meteors fall Ifi Ifidm 1ftdUllng Iniltititig
dm dUllng Ing tho November OclIIJor elections Thou Thoutlioy Thollthoy Timerthey
they coma conm co 111 11 out of u the political sky inshowers ItItlmosvers in 111IIhowcrs
showers showersTen IIhowcrsTon ItlmosversTon
Ton thousand horses in in Now York arc arcsuffering nresufC arcsuffering
suffering sufC rlng from tr m some mysterious1 dlsenna dls iUsIl hi hicane
cane Il that the veterinary doctors ciill ciilltho vhlithu ltl ltltho
tho grip If the disease spreads lpleOdlll11ul muoii muoiimoie nmtic1mote li limore
more It may be ll necessary to 0 omnhml omnhmlexult employ employoxim olnlloyOXIIII
oxim for or heavy work This was it done ol1 In InIS inISi
IS 1814 Jut how how1t It will make Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMnllot Ihlh phli1 phli1Inllol
Mnllot MnllotIf InllolI
If I there therels Is one timing thin moro morothith than an another anqtlwr arttimor ¬
other that arpunes the frasclblllty ot oftho ottho otthu
tho antlMormon paper In this thlllclt thlllcltIt city cityIt
It Is the production of Its own < lan language InnglugO lentguage ¬
guage In refutation of Its own Il ral rah rahassertions raicttseortioims > lt ltI1sserllons
assertions When that Is don look out outfor out outCor outfor
for expletives and foam Vide titlemorningaTrlb this thismornings thlmornings
mornings morningaTrlb morningaTrlbJust Trlb TrlbJust TrlbJust
Just what the true situation In inSouth inSouthAfrica South SouthAfrica SouthAtrlca
Africa Is no one tjccms to know at atleast atleoBt atleast
least no one seems to tell Evidently I vldent1 It ItIs ItIs itIs
Is far from satisfactory to the English EnglishGovernment I Englishgovemnmejmt ngll8hGocrnlllcnt
Government It III by no means Impos Impossible izmnpoaeible hupossible ¬
sible that the war may drag on for fora or ora
a year or two ror the Boers seem less lessInclined lessInclined ionsinclined
Inclined to give up than ever There Therenever Theretiever fhereneVer
never was a I more wlley foe than they theyTho theYrho theyThu
Tho veterans ot the Legion and sur surVlvors IIUIIvors surylvors
Vlvors of old ot time tinn organizations who whowere whoW svlmowere
were W re at tho tIi lake on Tuesday wero weroconspicuous woroconspicuous ivoreconspicuous
conspicuous for tholr eneigy vigor and andstalwart nntstalwnrt antistalwart
stalwart appearance Considering Cunshlerll1rthelr Cunshlerll1rthelrlgo their theirage theirage
age they showed astonishing vitality vitalityand vitalityammtl
and activity Their services In troub troublous trolub trolublous troubbus ¬
lous times should never be forgotten forgottenand
and It was a good thing to appointthat appoint appointthat appointthllt
that committee to keep up a 1 permanent permanentannual lJcrmanelltullllua1 Pertnanetttomumuni
I
annual celebration In their honor honorThe honorrhe honorThe
The tariff dispute between bel ween this coun counttry country country
try and Itussla Is assuming a serious seriousaspect sortousnspect serjousaspect
aspect While this is so It Is not en entirely entlrely entlrely ¬
tlrely without Its humorous aspect It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is rather amusing to 9 gee ce either country countryIntorpietlnK countryifltcritetlIlg ountryIntotJletlug
IntorpietlnK the laws of the other and andtelling IIn IIntclling andtelling
telling what their real meaning Is How Howwould Howould flowwould
would ould It do to refer the matter to Tho ThoHague ThoHague Ttm Ttmhague
Hague tribunal That most worthy ini inistltutlon In Instltutlon irtistltutlon
stltutlon baa been open for business for forsome torS0l110 forHoimw
some time but the business doesnt doesntseem doesnlIIcem doesntseem
seem to conic Here is a splendid opportunity op Optportunlty opmOrtunlty ¬
portunity to start It In the way it itshould 11should ILshould
should go go1II1I1U1tJ gornitimurem
minimi j io IlAuuiu IlAuuiuSt
St Paul Pioneer Piess PiessThe ItessThe I IThe
The death of Got G V Plntreeln London LondonKitnoves LondonIdinoses I IIQIIIOveS
Kitnoves from tlomUi ronz the staKu of otllIerICa otllIerICapublic America Americapublic AnteriCarPublIc
public life one oncoUts of Its mast lomantabio lomantabioif lcIIUUIaJl lcIIUUIaJlIf
if f not one of Its distinguUhou 111 actors actorsIn
In spite of o his eccentricities of the nar narrowness 0111lownIIS muirlowness ¬
lowness of o his judKment anti his Im Impetuous 1mlotuoll3 mmlmotuous ¬
petuous temper Uov UU Pmgree was 119 a aman nman aimnan
man of great force of < character who whowas whowas svliusvmls
was animated by b u desire to reform reformwhatever rcCorrnwhuloul reformwhatever
whatever lie regarded us abuses nbls B andWas and andwas andwas
was courageous1 enough to undertake undertaketo undertnkto
to smash whatever stood in the way or arthe orthe orlime
the ends he sought to accomplish Hu Huaccomplishd H HItccomptlshtd lienceomnphishtti
accomplishd a greut deal of good while whilemayor whllomayur whilemayor
mayor of o Detroit by his 1mm aggressive IIlgre8 he pol policy PolIcy lul lulIcy ¬
icy In matters of It municipal reform reformTransferred 1eorl1lrrnnderred neformmmTransferred
Transferred to the executive headship headshipof
of the state ho did not prove equal to tothe tothe tothe
the broader field ot o state admlnlstra administration
S
tlon
Baltimore Sun SunBoth SunDoth Sunfloth
Both as mayor and ns governor MrPingree Mr MrPlngroo Ir IrPlngrec
Plngroo was an extremist but he Ap Apparently dppU1ently tippotently ¬
potently hud no selfish object In view viewund viewamid Iew IewIInll
und was sva actuated nolMy by tho desire deslroto
to protect the t jlt public agulnst thOso thOsowhom tMsOwhom thitisewhonm
whom he considered oppressors Doubt Doubtless Doubtless Doubtlees
less he would have accomplished moro moroIf morlI
If I he had been hP n less radical in thu me methods mlJthods limethods ¬
thods he adapted and ln the measures ha haadvocated huodvocatet1 headvocated
advocated lie was long a tnrget tor tornewspaper or ornewspaper ornewspoler
newspaper satirists while cartoonists cartoonistsmade cnrtoonltsmado vartoonitsmade
made him the subject of many carica caricatures carlentures caricatures ¬
tures But despite his eccentricities eccentricitieshis e
his heart seems to have been In the tharight therhrht therlirht
right place iile Ho was a far better and
more i rc respectable iesp ct e type of tho publli publliofficial lulJllqo01clul PUtIioflielni
official than those who connive at franchise fran tranehlse franvhito ¬
chise grabbing and grow rich In olllco olllcothrough olllclthrough ollictthrough
through neglecting negl < rtlng tho public welfare welfarev welfarePeorla welfareleorla welfareVcorla
v I
Peorla Journal JournallIe
lIe will be remembered as tho man manwho m1nwho imtnwho
who first Introduced the custom of al allowing cillowing cilowing ¬
lowing the people to improve the vacant vacantlots sacantlots cant cantlots
lots of o cities cltl these plots of vacant vacantground saOimntground alantground
ground being generally planted to po potatoes P0tatoes o otntoes ¬
tatoes From this ho was given the thename thename thename
name of o Potato Jingree But Mr MrPIngrees MrIIngrees fr frPJngrces
PIngrees plan was a great helrf 110lrlto to poor poorpeople poorJ1eople poorpeoile
people and was adopted by many other othercities othlrcities otherCIties
cities In tho land Mr Ir PIngree wasVery was wasvery wnsVer
very Ver advancedand radical In his views viewson viewon
on many subject but he always com commanded commlllHled cornmaimded ¬
manded respect even from his l1 political politicalenemies politicalenemle politleaenemies
enemies who recognized rt > the fact that thathe thltte th thlie
he te was thoroughly honest and earnest earnestIn
In his views Probably tliereHas there hns bean bconno bcrmno
no man In thi country who did more morato moreto
to Improve the prospects and sweeten sweetenthe
the life of the very poor than Hazen S SPIngree SIJnsree SPingree
PIngree
Chicago News M MHe I tlie 41 41He <
He wag wa not a theorist and andvhere Where ho hodid 110diet hothu
did subscribe Iuh crlbe to economic theories ha hawas idewas
was 1111 not always sure of o his ground But Buthe nuthe Butlie
he had In a peculiar degree a quality qualityof lusUtof
of common sense which taught him that thatit
it a 1 certain Improvement wero good goodfor Joodtor goodfor
for the public It oueht to be considered consideredImpracticable consideredImprnctlcolJle consideredimpracticable
Impracticable until It had been tried triedDurlnu trlecIPllrlnlf triedDmirinic
Durlnu the four our terms In which he held heldthe hellltha liehilthe
the office of mayor of Detroit he Insti Instituted Instltuted institOted ¬
tuted and cnrreld to n successful itsuo itsuocome hsuome hruosome
come me Important measures which tho re reformers reo reoformers yeformers ¬
formers In other cities had just begun begunid
id speculate upon A a result of his hisefforts Illseerorts lml lmlefforts
efforts Detroit today has certain advan advantages IdRIItngell advantnge ¬
tages which are fnnosned by b scarcely scarcelyany scarreiany cnrcelyani
any other American city clt nn adequate adequatestreet adequatestreet llcqunteItreet
street railway system Iw tpm with low fares faresexcellent faret1xclllent faresexcellent
excellent facilities In other branches of ofpublic otlubllo oflubhio
public service Its own Hunting lI htln plant plantand plnntnnd plantand
and n wellmanaged system ot public publicworks publloworks publicworks
works
Kansas ansns City Cit Star StarGovernor StarGoernol StarCiovernor
Governor II S Pingree of I f Michigan Michiganwas
was s nn eccentric O < man but he wns wnsstrong wnsstron wa wastrong
strong and earnest He tried to domany do domany domlln
many mlln things which he thought would wouldbe ouMb
be b benellclal to society lodet and ho In succeed succeeded ¬
ed In many He wfis unusual but ho howai liewa
wai wa 31 by no mians Impractical Not n afew nfew IIr
few r w of the reforms rt > orms for or which he stood stoodand stoodonll stoodSnil
and which were pronounced > visionary visionaryand vlBlonarIInd
and llloslofll became operative and andwtre RndI andWere
I wtre pr proven ven to bo > salutary and unl right rightf rightPirr
f rnrr r PInre wan all n wrson Who Whoprevailed vjmotrcvslled ho hoIrcItIljt
prevailed In his undertakings through throughthe
the power of faith and energy When WhenIve Wh n nII
Ive II took up a cause his hI devotion tlevottontolt tlevottontoltw toIt toItwin to1tt
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cities were s y ore on the side of popular rights rightsPlngrue rightsIlngr rightsl3lngree
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RECENT PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONSModern
Modern Culture for July contains two twcarticles twoarticles tsscarticles
articles on the PanAmerican exposl exposltlon exposltlon exposition <
tlon one by b Mr C Y Turner and an another 11 11other another ¬
other by Mr r William Fltzroger In the thelatter thelattel tinlatter
latter we ate told of o the marvel and andmagic ancImaGic antS
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and bulb have wrought wrouthtln In electrical electricaldisplay electricaldl electrlcadisplay
display dl pJiI another Interesting article Isthat Is IIIthat Intimat
that of Paul S Helnseh on The 1h As Assimilation AuImllatlon AsirniIatlon ¬
similation of Races otflaces Count LyofToMol LyofToMolIs
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The Lethe Mystery I ster Is a short serial lie rial by byMarlon hyMnrlon b bMarion
Marion Harlaud and nd Miss Uaynes De Debut Dcbut Dobut ¬
but 18 a a short story stor which the sweet sweetgirl sweetIrl awedgirl
girl Irl graduate will find especially time timely tlmoI ¬
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