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U1t InlCM per 100 pounds New = Totl Yorki Forecast for ti j S Salt It Lake
ILocal thunderstorms thundetSt = ns and coolerU1t cooler
City Is Filled With the Antlered Delegates to theGrand the theGrand therand
Grand rand Lodge and Reunion ReunionCity
City in a Blaze of Splendor Welcomes the Visitors VisitorsStreets VisitorsStreetsThronged Streets StreetsThronged Stre ts tsThronged
Thronged With UniformecTGuests UniformecTGuestsAb Uniformed Guests GuestsElks
Elks ElksI JIksorPEJkS
I lorp orPEJkS orPEJkStbntt Elks ElksAbout
Ab About < > f all th thiP Elks ks in tho world worldAnd worldAnn I i
And Ann tb tbtn i some someiT on1 I frITJ
iT ITJ 11 HERE HEJ in the world they all came me frqm frQ nobody 1J nobd 94Y knows knowsor or cares They TheyVI TheyUP
VI 1 aif ar here bt > re From early earl yesterday esterda morning untilthe un U the time all Salt Lakers Lak Lakerswnntd rs rsolld
wnntd nurd have hR gone to > bed if they hadnt beej afraid theyd th yd miss something somethingtbf
tbf tb Elks Arne jm and kept acoming At t a latehour last night It was estimated estimateduat estimatedthat
that bfWn bl > t n SWO and 0000 OOO Elks had reached re r a3he1SaJi ched Salt Lake ake 3 3Today 2TdaY 3 3Today
Today more are coming About every twelve welve minutes a train will pull In Infrom Infrom Infrom
from somewhere JOmlh re and disgorge a bunch Same genius with ith a prophetic propheticsoul propheticsoulMY soul soulMTS soulM
MTS MY M that t llt Salt lt Lake will entertain 20000 pebple p pc plc this week Last night this thisike thisJlkffl thisieke6
ike Jlkffl i likl ike no idle IdI prophecy It w wculU uld have been impossible I to toss a stone stonelo stonelo4DY In Injn InN
jn 4DY > dinlion tPtIlfl without disfiguring an Elk ElkAnd ElkAnti ElkAnd
And every Y one of them was out for a good time If he didnt have It It ItT itaF
1111 T aF R bpuiw tyiI h M couldnt reach the spot p 3 P O B last a8t night stood tor r r a Sut Sutptaeure ut utpifoaflurt it itpia1re
ptaeure > Over Everything There was a splatter ot rain Way back some somebre somere someere
bre ere re the thunder grumbled a little and nd an occasional flash of lightning lightningBrooked Jlghtn1ngrooked lightningnnked
Brooked Its way wa across the sombre clouds But ut that didnt interfere with the thetwtivitifs theThollf
twtivitifs twtivitifsThow 1 tivitiPS tivitiPSTrnie
Thow > who had umbrellas opened them Those who had no umbrellas didnt didntre dldntrare didntcare
rare re what is if technically known as a dcrn The hundred thousand thousandmore more or orkjs orkfSlncand orandeenth
kjs kfSlncand inrand andeenth > centfc enu on the streets streetscontlnued continued to glow and the crowd continued continuedto
to mive about under them For a little while hUe the th sidewalks were ere wide enough enoughBy
By 9 oclock olo k however the multitudes overflowed into the streets and from fromhat fromthat fromthat
that tim on until nearly midnight the street was as the best place for 01 the man mannho J11anho manho
nho ho had to get somewhere quickly It wasa 1as a goodnatured push too If IfHill IfIlt
Hill 1111 Ffppp FlrppPi d on Bills Bill toes Bill was ai more than ready to apologize All the thepwpl thepp thejeople
pwpl pp were wl > rp pushed around some but there wasnt the slightest trSuble trSubleAnd trtrubleAnI trMibleAnd
And the bands Well they the just made a continuous performance It was wasmost wacnint ae aeDlnst
most dl distracting tr8Ung Just about the time when you got ready read to follow one band banddown banddOlln banddoe
down doe n the th > street another hove In sight The > small boy suffered from an attack attackof attackjf
of jf musical tsIcI tremens In the language or the poet hedidnt he didnt know now where he was wasat wasat wasat
at from mm one minute to another anotherThere anotherThprp anotherThere
There was a band from Omaha another from Denver one from Emporla EmporiaKan
han the Cowboy Cowbo band from Ouray Oura Colo Cob and a few others The Herald en enjoyed enOypd enoyed ¬
joyed a serenade last night from 9 oclock until after 11 with several others othersmattered otheratttrM otherssattere4 <
mattered through the day If it wasnt one band it was another and all were wereII
90 II o good that It is going to be mighty difficult for the adjudicators In the contest contestto
to telj t teiJ 1J one from tother totherAnd lotherAnd totherAnd
And Just about the time everybody thought the music was all over Oerthis this was wasalonp wasalong wasalong
along towards to ards 1230 1 30 this morning the circumambient air was rent by yet et more moreMrains morettralnll moretratna
Mrains California had arrived That band had the street all to itself and it itmade itmadt itmade
made the most of Its opportunities It marched and it countermarched ount rmarched and andthen andth andthen
then th D marched and countermarched again At t every ecr step tep the Californians pro produced produffI1 proiued ¬
duced music and enough people were wereleft left on the sidewalks ldewalI s to cheer them on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their war warNot warNot warNot
Not until after 1 oclock did the real finish come Then a lone gentleman gentlemanvlth
with Uh a trombone sauntered by b The Herald office He unllmbered his musical musicalartillery musicalarUJler musicalartillery
artillery in front of o the thebulietin bulletin window wlndowaPd and started off with I Hate to Leave LeaveThee LeaveThH LeaveThee
Thee Hear and full the notes sounded especially full until the middle of tne tneballad tneballat1 theballad
ballad was reached Then the player pla er faltered There Th re was a stutter in his hismusic hISmU8ic ftcmusi
music and nd the last notes died away aWa in a wail wailIt waUrt wallIt
It v was s generally understood under tood that each individual Elk could do as he Individually Indldu811 Indi mdivdualb ¬
vidually du811 pleased but none noue overstepped oe telped reasonable bounds They listened to the thecheering thetlan theban4c
tlan ban4c It ma mayven en be tRldthat said that the they pursued the band They partook of ofMrlng olciertng
cheering Mrlng beverages in variou r fqrms rms but no bf bfThte bjgccowlww bjg croWdas eer more ordeIy ordeIyTb orderiThtv
Thte Tb morrtlrigthe morJ1l g Jhe bl civic civioand and military parade Is to be pulled pulledofr off o The Thewon ThetMr Theweather
weather tMr m man n Jsl1 bitc c ltf1I1urag 1g It tn r y2wt > > lJttl nd fIJk fIJk11M mxno
11M It it t 110eE 8howe Ute ftY jr wHI be cooler It It lloSSn tmlo t hbwef KTJleJ KTJleJont tdti tdtiWont
won Wont ont i heCluite he ne quiit mite 80 > u cuui coolh cool uui hut t C3PJf copfenough < aiv uvui uough It doest vtwiw vtwiwr m rnakey e J1yd1nrence 4i11orepre w whether whetherAU iher iherU
r AU u pay tOut ut money mone or not You u simply cannot cannotlake tafce your Our choice That s the thefunny th thfunny l1e l1efunny
funny thing lb I rtg about iheweathtir iheweathtirfho theweatqcrThfo thewea tIter tIterTb
fho Thfo Tb parade will take tak place anyway It is going to be b the biggest thing of its itskin itsklnti itsiu4
kin klnti fait a1t Lake has ever seen More details de taUs of the disturbance will be found Tounlets1ire foundIe
ets1ire > > Ie l h hrf re > in this mornings Herald HeraldALL HeraldALL HeraldALL
From early pul dawn dawneerda yesterday morning morningcrowds morninguntil morninguntil
until midnight and after laSt night nightrds nightcrowds
crowds of Elks and their friends poured pouredIntoSalt pouredIntoSalt pouredintoSalt
IntoSalt Lake In almost Incessant Incessantstreams IncesslntItrNlms incessantttreams
streams Such another gathering of ofvialtors of1ttors
vialtors was probably never before seen seenh seenhre eenhrp I
h hrp re Train after train of special cars carsemptied carslmrtlffl carsemptied
emptied Its quota of delegates within withinthe withjj withjjthe
the city lty and the streets from the depot depotuptown depotUft depbtupto
uptown Uft upto n were wt > re streams of moving hu humanity bumanit hutuanity ¬
manity manityWherever manit manitWhfrfr tuanityVhereer
Wherever the th eye might fall It rested restedUPD restEdurn restedup
urn up n a scene gt > nf > of shifting shJf ng humanity Men Menand Menanti 1en 1enand
and women wearing wearln various costumes costumesand costumesanti costumesand
and mmlng from almost every quarter quarterof
of the country Io ntr made the city elt a yenta verltaW yentabh erHaI
W I bh cosmopolitan metropolis It is con conu eonCPrvatjv on onluryst
luryst CPrvatjv u > rvatiely f > h estimated that not less than thanSono than6110I than6iW
Sono Elks Flk5 and visitors iltor arrived in the theiftv thedly theIt
iftv It during the day and together t with withth withtb14 withthose
th those < o that had arrived before there are arenow ar arnnw arenow
now probably not less than 8000 to 0000 0000visitor iOOOIsttorg I GOO GOOjltortl
visitor within the gates of ZIon ZIonN ZionNtrl
N 1 Ntrl v rly rl lww of f these t visitors vlf ltoM ump in inVtwepn InwN InbtWe4fl
Vtwepn wN > n the th hours of 6 and 10 oclock oclocklast ocloklast
last night nihtTwentythree nllthTWf nightTwentthrpe
Twentythree TWf > nt thrOe special trains brought broughtthis
this anny Inn of people into the city and andther andthe andthen
then the are still raore TVore to come Fifteen Fifteenrf
fJf rf these t f1Of > nperial trjiins earnerovar cam o or r the theRio theRIo theBk
Rio Grande Gran and nd eight ei ht over the ShortLin short shortLine
Line Lin T Pining Dttrtn > nring today tOdR from twelve to tofifteen tof toiIlten
fifteen fift n more special 1Ie < lal trains are expected expectedto
f to tf arrive bringing betweenSjOBO bet between ween 5OOO j080 and andg
6 M rn > more of the visitors Edtors from various variousiwtions variousJ variouslortions
J iwtions l rtilns of the country countryRailroads eountryRailroads ountoRailroads I
Railroads Are Pushed PushedNotwithstanding PushedntwithstRndtngthe PushecLNAtwithetanding
Notwithstanding the number of peo people D Peop3 o oplf ¬
ple p3 who ho have already arrived the re report repo repont ¬
port po from the railroad companies show showthat showthat showthat
that almost every road leading to Salt Saltlhe SaltLakf SaltLake
Lake IP filled with with moving trains bear beartna bearin beartag
tag in < < the throngs who are bound for the thecity theIt thevltv
city It oC otheo the convention con nUon These trains trainswin trainswill trainswill
will begin to arrive early this morn mornInr mornIn mornma
Inr In and nd by b tonight the th visiting population popu population popuitlon ¬
lation will m no doubt have been almost almostdoubled almostdoUbitd almost4oubed
doubled doubledThe doUbitdThI 4oubedThe
The delegations that arrived yester yestery Y yesterday ster sterIta
Ita day y were erl in numbers numbcrstrom vfrom fifty to 200 200and 00 00and
and the majorfty m jorrt of the delegations yet yetto yetto ct ctto
to come lP are still larger Besides these theserge
targe Ja rge delegations there are numbers numbersof
or small delegations from as many man mandlfffffnt
different cities scattered throughout thro hout the
tnited Vnit States The Indications are arethat artthat arethit
that srarrely < Artely a lodge in the country will wille willlIoout
be e without representation In the great greatconvention greatCOOpntlon greatUefltIon
convention of the grandlodge grandlodgeAlmost gnJndlodgeAlmft grand lodge lodgeAlmost
Almost every Otr delegation ele t1 h ja Is accompa a aecompaal4 < compa compani
ni al4 h a JRrgeCrow or visItors and
1 It is IP I wfe fe to say M tot before the con conntion eonnIon on onn1l00
ntion proper opens there will be be
t tWt5 n i U800 and 20000 Elltsand BUts and nd vis ¬
itors within Uhln the city clt limits limitsStream 11 limltStream ml ts tsStreaxn
Stream of People PeopleAt
At headquarters yesterday esttrda there was wasa sa saa
a continuous stream of people pouring
through the th < registration and accom accomKlaUons accomJllndatlonf
KlaUons > departments from daylight daylightuntil daylightUntil daylightuntiL
until midnight The rush was so great
hat it kept a detail of half a dozen dozenn dozenJnfn dozenmen
men n to keep the passageways as sewas clear clearenough clearenough clearOflough
enough for others to get In and regis ¬
ter Something like 5000 Elks were wereKtetered werert wereTegietere 41
Ktetered rt on o the books during the day da daAnd
And were furnished with accommoda ¬
tions tionsAlthough SonsAlthough
Although this rush has converted the thestreets thestlets theStreets 1
streets into S sea of moving faces faceseverj faceseYer facesevery
every eYer one that has applied for accom accomKMlatlons accomtnodQtlun accornflbodatlontt
KMlatlons has been furnished with
tm to their satisfaction From the theac theae thealce
alce ac of the enormous army arm It would wouldm wouldeem
eem m that Salt Lake would wopkd OJ1d be bevampedy beswamped
swamped but as yet et no difficultyat difficulty at au auI 1
has he I been n experienced In disposing dt po lnJ of ofall ofaU ofall
all who bD have CQme come 3Jhe 4t1edtJens citizens have havearlseti havearIsU havearic
arlseti aric to toU t the occasionand occasion and the accom
modatipns tnoda ttpns committee are are provided with withroom withroom
room for fo all who are here and all a l who whowill whowfU whcwilt
will come cpmeThe comeThe o
The Th largest delegation to arrive yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda was the coast delegation n from fromCalifornia fromCaUCornla fromCalifornia
California which came in late last lastnight lastnight lastntghL
night The visitors came in two mo tvo sue special 5 suecial e eclal ¬
cial sections carrying about 500 SOOpeo pee people peepie ¬
pie Je Including Inl ding Elks and visitors With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the delegation was the Third Artillery Artilleryband ArUJleryband Artilleryband
band from the Presidio one of the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest artillery bands in the country countryThe countryThe countryThe
The members of the organization wilt wiltenter wutentcr willenter
enter the band contest and they expect expectto
to carry am off the prize prizeTheSan prizeTh prizeTh
TheSan Th San Francisco lodge was repre represented repreenttd repxeented ¬
sented by a large delegation and there therewere therewerer therewere
were werer representatives from almost most every everylodge everylodge everyI
lodge In thptate th tate as well as a others othersfrom othersff othersfttn I
from ff inlodges lodges of the states between here hereand hereand
and 1 nd the coast Along with this crowd crowdcame crodcame crowdcame
came a delegation of half a dozen dozenmembers dozenmcmhers dozenmembers
members of the Honolulu lodge who whowill whewill ho howlIJ
will appear In costumes characteristic characteristicof
of the th HawaIIans The coast delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion is Isnuld made Up up of representative reprrgentattvemen reprrgentattvemenrom men menfrom
from rom California and surrounding states statesund stateslI1d statesutd
und they the have all come to have havea a good goodtime goodtlml goodtime
time With them they thc brought a car carload earlo carload
load lo doffIlJlf of California rnla wine Ineo and another anothercarload anotherqarload anothercarload
carload of fruits t lts which they thc propose proponete proponetetreat to towill tD tDtreat
treat t thpvisItors sl tors with The 7deleS ton tIouvlll tonvLIl
will open headquarters near the center centeror centerorthe centerorthe
or orthe the city elt and wilj wil ilJ have their wares wareson warESon wareson S
on tap there thereIor ieref for r all Jolly Elks who care careto careto careto
to call and help themselves themselvesFrom themsfhelFr themselvesProm >
From Fr ri1 the Far North NorthThe NorthThe NorthThe
The Seattle lodge was one of the first firstdelegations firstdolegations Srstdolegafions
delegations to arrive yesterday morn morning morn mornjn moncing ¬
ing jn They The were about fifty fift in number numberand numberand numberanTd
and presented pr sented a neat appearance appe rance in intheir Intheir intheir
their white flannel suits trimmed with withnarrow withnarrow withnarrow
narrow purple fringing The delega delegation delegation delegation ¬
tion was as met at the depot by Helds Heldsband Heldsband Heldsband
band and a number of local Elks who whoaccompanied whoaccompanied whoaccompanied
accompanied them up town The dele delegation delegation delegatlon ¬
gation celebrated d Its advent by b giving givinga gtIngparade
a parade around the streets The pro procession procession procession ¬
cession was headed by < the band which whichyas
yas followed by b a big > float bearing a alarge al aarge
large l arge rge battleship Behind this came the theSeattle theSeattle theseattle
Seattle Elks accompanied by an es escort escort escort ¬
cort of local Elks After the parade paradethe paradethe paradethe
the delegation reported at headquar headquarters headq headquarters ar arters ¬
ters and were assigned to rooms in the theoity theolt thecity
city olt
With flying flyln colors and a Hello HelloBUI HelloBlII HelloBill
Bill for foreerybod everybody the Colorado dele delegattpn del delgatJ delgatipn
gattpn gatJ mcame came in yesterday esterdaaftemoon afternoon in intwo l ltwo Intwo
two section Every principal prln lp l city elt In Inthe Inthe ittthe
the state was representedand they theyadded thejod4 theyadted
od4 added about 325 mo more to the > 11 list of off ofContinued
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T UIE has ceased 1ea dAlI All watch atch hands point to the hour of 11 UThe 11I Ul UlThe
TIME T I The city JtYlf Jp i prodigal with wlthife life and extravagant with ith light and andeolor andeolorBl color colorBlazing cd1orBlazing >
Blazing Bl zJng with withet electrical eie trr trfctil l splendor and radiant within her matchless robesi rOQeii rOQeiior rob robof
of white and andpuplc purnle Puple Salt Lake City Cft last evening spread wide her hospitable hospitablearms hospftalarms hospitablearms
arms and bid a magnificent magnitl ent welcome to her guests the Benevolent and d PJQt Protec
tie Order of Elks ElksThe ElkslThe ElkssTh
The Th illumination was as beautiful At S oclock a gigantic elk with fiery pints pI3
antlers and glowing body bo y burst suddenly Into view high hl h in the airabove ah aboe th t1JEI y
great square near Temple block and gazing a moment upon the thegqrsint1 surging stgit
throngs of Main aln street faded again into ghostly outlines This was the bp b
ginning sinningA V VA >
A moment later lah > r a stream of light passed along the wirws suspended sUf pended abover aboV abo
the street and myriads of tiny tln < lamps flashed and gleamed with jeweled jeieJ d pplens IIpll
dor Buildings were massed with light and nd the city was arched and arufCelt festooned onea
and roofed roof d with flamlns color
Standing at the corner of Second South and Main aln and looking in any dlerec4 dieret
tlon the streets strer s were gorgeous with orange flame At the corner of ofThf Thlrdi Thtr
South and Main like a huge u e tiara in the night hung a brilliant flag with bJu bluer
stars and white and nd purple stripes of electric light On the next comer north f
an elks head with pink antlers and orangp oran body bod added ad ed to the splendor of < thfc t
scene There was ah an h electric shield at the next corner where agreat a great baroE barok
light with the illuminated word Welcome supported a colossal star of colored coloted11
electric lights UhtsThrough lightsThrough i l
Through the mellow splendor people peo le surged like the figures in a a moving m01U1 m01U1picture mOviflg
picture No one o e was tva a ina in a hurry Every one had a dab of color and all weret were o
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THE big Elks civic and militAry pa parade parade paI ¬
THE I rade will take nlaca this morning1t morning1twill morning It Itwill Itwill
will start according to Colonel Sam SamC SamC SamC
C Park at 930 a m and there Is only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one man In the state who can < an dela lelay it itGovernor 11Goernor ItGovernor
Governor H M L i ells The Thecommitt Thecommittwill committee committeewill committeewIll
will watt for the tht Thief thelpxeltte execytlve If nec necsarv ne nesan necsart
san but nobody else For the first time timein timeIn timein
in the history of the th cIty a parade paradeyvilt paradeyviltstart will willstart 111 111start
start on lime limeThe imeThe me meatT
atT The grand eogf lodge ogf officers e will WJgi drop out outat outat
at the e corner e of o Main i and d Third South Southstreets Southstreets o ostreets
streets where Governor Go ernor W Wells V > 11 l1s Is to be bestationed bestationed bestationed
stationed to tore1ew review the parade The ThebanJs Th Thbands Thebands
bands will be there also following is the theorder theorde theorder
order formation and line of march marchGrand marthGrand marchGrand
Grand Marshal Samuel SamuelC C Park and andaides andaides
aides Colonel WD W V D Van Blarcom jr jrIs jrN jrN I
N G C Major C CM M Benedict surgeon surgeonFirst surgeonFirst surgeonFIrst
First Infantry N G Go TJ Captain Charles CharlesV CharleWBowrnan CharlesBowman
WBowrnan V Bowman X G C Cl Captain F S SMunn SMunn SMurn
Munn adjutant First infantry N G TT TTCaptain UCaptain ITCaptain
Captain S So > S SPorterquartnma Porter quartermaster ter N NG 1 1G Na
G U CaptaIn Capt tln AYsMb WIiIJther r Wolf olf U Inspector Inspectoremail Jru inapeetorsmall etor etorsmall
small arms practlc JrutftIFcirlt < First infantry N G GU GU GCaptaIn
U Captain J 1 Ar t Grpen Grlenewald wald signal signalcorps signalcorps ignalcorps
corps N GTJ G U IJt Gaptaia aptsia George o F Sum Summers Summers Summere ¬
mers troopA trooP A Firstcavalry FirstcaV f N G TJ
Captain Alex R Thomas TltomsE High school hool ca ¬
dets Trumpeter Trum Trumpeter ter Kenneth Clark JV
carriages Governor IHeber JL L Wells ells Tantf 11fid5 aifrJttf ta < f In In
First Division DivisionColonel D1V1S10Ju DivisionColonel
Colonel o J W Bubb bbT Twelfth infantry t tTweltth
U S A andv andstatf andstatfTwelfth d taffi ta j jTwelfth
Twelfth United States infantry Infant band
Battalion Twelfth infantry infantryU U I S A
Twentysecond batter battery United States
field artillery
Twelfth battery UnitedStates Unltt UnIted > d States field fieldartillery fieldartillery fieldartillery
artillery r
Second Division DivisionGeneral DivisionGeneral DivisionGeneral
General John Q Cannes Canno N G IT L > r and andstaff andstaff
staff st S SFirst I IFirst
First t Infantry band X G G U iT ci
Battalion First InfantryJfGTJ infantry GU GUTroOD
Trooo A First cavalry N NG G TT TTBattery UBattery t tBattery
Battery A light artillery arUUelY1IiG N G IJ 11Third iTThird V VThird
Third Divisioatl Division DivisiODExalted DivisionExalted l lExalted
Exalted Ruler H E Dear3torff Dear Dearorffajcf Dearorffajcfficera rff > i Mi 5fi f ffleers
fleers of f Salt SaJtLakelode Lake lodge Xf N NHelds Nqf > 81 81Helds
Helds mllltarObartd mllltarj band bandUniformed bandtnlformed j jx jn
Uniformed n ed meHjbejsof m members m s of SaHKLaTteilo 5aILaltcb4e i iEX se
yo x SS I 5 S SExttlthd v v tr trKxalted
EX Kxalted 1t d Rujer R er KSJbyceH 1t S PO oycZficsai4 cftjc > ffJcwsJa aps apsz
lost 10st in admiration admlrat on of the brilliant brUIi brillihnt nt scene Everywhere EV rYwher the eye was as greeted
with color Not always a1a s the colors c lors of the Elks IItS There was just enough pink
and green gr en and blue and gold to add variety to the scene Women omen gorgeous
jn holiday apparel were w re outdone for the nonce notlcebytbe by the magnificent decorations
which covered the men menFakirs menFakirs
Fakirs howled howl bands played and andaooe above the tumult like Uk Imprisoned Roman
handle balls incandescent globes glbwed and sparkled with ith life Under U aer a great
bank nk of pink and white light on Main street str et a fakir displayed di plaed badges of every
conceivable contela le shape and design Beyond another fakir invited people to buy
beribboned canes and golden elks heads Acros Acrosa th the thestreeta street a talkative man
attired attlr d in blue and purple serge sergcimited Invited people to come and see a wonderful
freak of nature Above an illuminated clock tolled the hour of 11 at regular
Intervals IntervalsAt
At the Kenyon the pillars were ornamented with magnificent stuffed elks
heads The Thedry dry goods stores were draped wth fanciful cloths and richly richl il ¬
luminated Great electrical signs blazed bla d over the thetbcatres theatres and streamers of
purple light extended to the globes on the curb Every Eve y light and color bade a awelcome awelrome awelcome
welcome to the guests Color and lightran Jlght ran riot everywhere but Main street
showed off to the best advantage advantagei
i The lavish display of stuffed and ornamented elks heads and the pro
fusIon of light li ht and color challenged chal1en ed the amazement pf theeastern the eastern visitors visitorstho
iho hobelleYed believed they knew kne something about decorations A Pittsburg Elk stand standilhf ¬
ilhf insnear i > near the statue last evening said saidf
f uI I have haegeen seen decorations but1 have never seen seenan anything thlng quite so elaborate elaboratejib e boratc
jib Ih the line of illumination The Thestreets streets look lookasif as if they had beep shot full of star startst
< Just tst
1 h
members rie excrs rs of Ogden Ogclenlodge lodge No 719 B P PExalted
O E EExalted
Exalted Ruler Edward E Pike officers officersarid oUicersand officersant
arid members of Park City lodge No 73 73B 73BOE 3f 3fBP
B BP BOE BOEPark P O E EPark EPark
Park City band bandExalted bandExalted bandExalted
Exalted Ruler J 1 W WGelger cv Geiger officers offj rs and andmembers andmembers I
members of Eureka lodge lo e No 0 711 B P PO POE I
O OE OEExalted E Ej 1
j Exalted Ruler Roger W Powers offl offleers offf1 offf1and Offfcars ¬
cars and members lodge No 1 Junior J JuniorOrder nior niorOrder
1 Order of Elks ElksFourth ElksFourth ElksFourth
Fourth Division DivisionMayor DivisionMayor I IIayor
Mayor Thompson and members of the thet thecfly
t city council councflr councilVeteran I Ill
r Veteran terao Volunteer Firemens associa associailon as associaUon ocia i iChief
< ilon ilonChief ll S SChief
Chief Bertha with section of Salt Lake Lakei > I
i City i y fire department departmentFifth departmentfifth I
Fifth Division DivisionBand DivisionBand
BandtZniformed Band BandsUniformed Jandi I
sUniformed i JiDlfonned companies Woodmen of tne tueotId
tpotl tpotlJ TTofldL TTofldLiKiVent otId otIdcIghts
iKiVent J rJghts ofthe of the Maccabees MaccabeesiCTHe Maccabeesp
iCTHe p tTIte lfe Eagles Eaglesf
f e EaglesSixthDxvision SbrtbDiviEion Sixth SixthDxvisionof > DiVision DiVisionell1bcrs s
i3iepibers ell1bcrs of t ledges od = not In Z2 UnIform unl mt
Labor Labor Floata organizations organizationsFloats o organizationsFloata anizatfon I
I Liu ina of March JCarchThe XarchThe MarchThe
The followinp f J1ow1lu W in the line of march of
the military and civiC hit parade
The parade arade will start from the inter intersection Inters interaeetipn ¬
s section tlon of Stat and Brigham streets 5tr ts at
330 a m Tuesday Aug 12 1302 1302The 1r02The 1i02The
The line of march will be south on State Statestreet Statestreet
street str t to Fifth South street thence thencewoest west westto westta I
to Main street north on the east side or
Main I ln street to Brigham street counter countermarch countermarcb countermarch ¬
march at Brigham street and thence thencesouth thentsouth thencesoOth
south pn west side of Main street to toFourth toFourth toFounth I
Fourth South street stre t thence west to West t > 8t
Temple street north on Westt e5t Temple Teroolestreet Templestreet
street to t < < First South street where the theparade tbeparaile theparade
parade will wtllbe be dismUseo dismUseoIn dism lIe < o oIna I
In Ina all 11 cas ca caae s 1 except ex cept on Main street as asspecified asspeolfied
specified sptclfedthecolumn the column will DC on the left leftside lettsideo leftaide
side sideo of f the street streetThe atreetT1e tre treTlJc I
The governor of Utah will wlllrevlew review th thparade thparade the thep <
parade p rad at the Intttrsecuon Jntfl5 on of fainana C 1n ana
Third TblT ThirdSonth 1S SouthstrHi uth etretta ts as I the column columnm columamoves columamovesrouth moves movescouth es i
couth The rvl reiew tr will be on < tne rKht rKhtandfrom trhtand iI
andfrom and frosa carriage B the r nest > ost of o the gsver gsvernbr grvernOr I
nor IensonThird 1i 1n iuxon onThir Th1rdSottth < rSci E6tith th street str et w west St of ofMaJn ofMair
MaJn strt and tacJnsr tacln cfng east I
fe ii iiPremier
Premier Production of Beans Plat Plaf in i in Salt Lake LakeTheatre LakeTheatre j
Theatre a Pronounced Success Suc es ess essSeveral j fSeveral
m I ISeveral
Several Defects to Be Cured CuredFate Fate of Drama Dramaibwever QweveiyYet wever y Yet Unsolved Un Unsolved 5 5solved
solved in in Spite of Its Manifest Merits i iJIi
T F THERE was Wa a Utahn In that great greatbig greatbig greatI
IF I big audience at the Salt Lake the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre last night whose heart did not notbeat ntbeat n9t n9tbeat
beat Just a little faster from pride It Itwas Itwas itwas
was because he had some unreasonable unreasonableunnatural unreasonableunnaturalgrleyanie unreasonableunnatural
unnatural unnaturalgrleyanie grievance against his state stateand stateand stateand
and people For the the incentive was wasthere wasI wasthere I
there A drama was evolving on the thestage thestage thestage
stage of the famous old house housea a play playof pIa pIaof playof
of heart interest noble sentiment and andthrills andthrills andthrills
thrills the work of a Utah boy on a asubject asubject asubject
subject dear to many and interesting interestingto
to all set In all the th < > grandeur of mod modern modern modera ¬
ern stagecraft made possible by Utah Utahwealth Utahwealth Utahwealth
wealth and capitally capltal acted actedIt actedIt actedIt
It was the premier performance of ofCorfanton otCorlanton ofConianton
Corfanton CorfantonOrestes CorlantonOrestes ConiantonOrestes
Orestes U Bean of Richfield Utah Titanhas Utahhas Utahhas
has produced a great play B H Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts gave him the germ for from his hispen hispen hispen
pen came the storiette of Corianton CoriantonAlmas CorlantonAlmas ConiantonAlmas
Almas wayward wa ward son and the best bestspeeches bestspeeches bestspeeches
speeches that fell upon the thecars cars last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night were lifted verbatim from that thatstory thatstory thatstory
story James H Lewis brought to together together together ¬
gether and trained the company that thatgave thatgave thatgave
gave life to the manuscript And Andfinally Andfinally Andfinally
finally but second In importance only onlyto onl onlto onlyto
to the play itself Joseph Haworth gave gavelife gavetife gavelife
life to the character of Corianton CoriantonPlay CoriantonPlay CoriantonPlay
Play a Great Success SuccessBy SuccessBy SuccessBy
By the audience last night which whichwas whichwas hlch hlchwas
was more representative than fashion fashionable fashionable fashionable ¬
able and nd notable for the number of ofinterested otInterested ofInterested
interested church members who sat in init Init inIt
it Corianton was pronounced a huge hugesuccess hugesuccess hugesuccess
success Play and players were re reqelved reeIved reeived
qelved eIved with the genuine enthusiasm enthusiasmat n nbat
bat at betokens not the whlllng away of ofa ofa ofa I
a couple of hours in amusement but a adeep adeep adeep
deep sincere interest and a large largeamount largeamount largeamount
amount of pride In an enterprise which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the public considered con Idered merited their theirsupport theirsupport theirsupport
support Scholars and critics had hadlooked hadlQoked
looked upon the thing from various variousstandpoints varlousstandpoints variousstandpoints
standpoints The rehearsals of the past pastfive pastfive pastfive
five weeks have been open to the few fewand fewand fewand
and scarcely at any time has much muchbeen muchb muchbeen
been b en said of Corianton that was de derogatory derogatory dorogatory ¬
rogatory But those premeditations premeditationswere I Iwere
were idle The production surpassed surpassedexpectations surpassedexpectations 1 1expectations
expectations It came upon the public publicwith pUblicwith publicwith
with overwhelming force and sudden suddenness suddenness ¬
ness ne ssthatltterauY that literally took away a way the thebreath thebrea thebreath
breath brea breathItt tho 3
III situation for climax and for ac action action action ¬
tion Corlanjton Is great In Its Itsdressing ItsI Itsdsln
I dressing dre dsln ln the tbescenery scenery and nd costumes it itJs itJs itJs5iperlt
Js Js5iperlt afuperh Perlt In In1itera1J literary merit it It Is less lessaremjedy
temetinie roetlPf absnnfgsjrbadiithereIe absnnfgsjrbadiithereIearerndy Tnrfhkg tK er l laremed
aremjedy aremed = for that j 1tiijn Ui thneakareach ea reach
Itneeds It Itfleedhut needs but a afCwfrdkcIpeascho1ar fewstti6Tces f wsrroK grptalschol < pCa1scholar r
ly pen and the work wilt wiI adorn ad m any anystage ny nystage
stage in the world worldSketch worldSketch worldSketch
Sketch of r Plot PlotCorianton PlotCorfanton PlotCorlanton
Corianton as is quite generally general
known in this community was a Ii way ¬ I IWard
ward son on of the Prophet Alma leader leaderof I Iof
of the Nephitish race whose history
predominates the Book of Mormon In Inthe Inthe I
the play pIa which hi < follows very Ery closely
the story by b Mr Roberts the first act
Is taken take n up with the conversion of
Corianton to his fathers faith an anevent anevent anevent
event that Is brought about by the I
tragic death of o Korihor the anti
Christ at the moment he defies God
Alma and his sons go Into Zarahemla
to convert the Zoramites There Cori Corianton Corianton Conanton ¬
anton becomes the guest of Seantum Seantumwhose Seantunwhose Seantuuwhose
whose ambition is to rule the land of
Zarahemla The Nephltish mission if ifsuccessful If8uce8sful ifsuccessful
successful will be fatal to his scheme schemeand sehemeand schemeand
and he plots to ruin it He sends for
Zoan ze Isabel a notorious woman womanwho womanwho womanwho
who by b her cunning and her beauty beautyentices heautyenticesCorlanton beautyentices
entices enticesCorlanton Corianton Into a night of o revel revelry revelry revelsi ¬
ry He drinks freely fre1 and while the thecarousal thearousal theearousal
carousal is at its height Seantum Seantumsends Seantumst Seantumsends
sends st > ndsCries cries abroad with the message
Behold the Nephite prophet comes to
teach us holiness while his son makes makesmerry makesmerr makesmerry
merry merr the night with Isabel IsabelTeaming Isabel3Varning sabelWarning
Teaming of Corianton CoriantonShlblon CorlantonShibton ConiantonShiblon
Shlblon the righteous son wakes
Corianton out of a drunken stupor and andwarns andwarns andwarns
warns him against the havoc that is
being brought about but Corianton Coriantonwill ConantonWit Coniantonwill
will Wit not heed the warning until it is
too late After discovering that he J
has ha been the victim of her falsity he
has a terrific scene with Isabel who
Critical State of Affairs at Porto Cabello Venezuela VenezuelaUprising Uprising
Against Castro CastroUnited United States Has SentWarship SentWarshipto Sent Warship Warshipto
to the Scene of ofthe the Trouble
7AmNGTON HIXGT X Aug 11 llMlnlster iLMinisterV Minister MinisterBowen
WAHIXGTOJC WA V V Bowen has cabled cabl d the state de department department J
1 partment from Caracas Vene Venezuela VenazueJa VenezueJa
zueJa that the revolutionists have cut cutthecable cutt cutthecable
thecable t e cable at Barcelona Minister Bow Bowen BowCl1 Bowen
en says SaYS the cable was cut immediately immediatelyafter Immediatelyafter Immediatelyafter
after the receipt of a message mess ge stating statingthat statingthat
that the revolutionists were entering
the city cityMinister cityUnis cityMinister
Minister Unis er Bowen today advised the thestate thestate thestate
state department that the Germans rmans In Intend 10tena Intend ¬
tend to land a naval force at Porto PortoCabello PortOCabeUo PortoCabello
Cabello to protect Germad Jnterfststhere Intereststhere Interests iptejeststhere
there which are threatened by the theuprising theuprislng theuprising
uprising now In progress progr s The min minister ¬ I IIsler
later advised that we follow suit After Aftera
a conference between the officials of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state tate and navy departments in instructlons
structlons were cabled to Commander ITommanderNicholas
Nicholas of the Topeka to proceed procet > d from fromLaguayara fromIAguayara
Laguayara L guayara to Porto Cabello C bello and toUand toUanda toIanda
a naval force in case of attack The TheTopeka TheTopeka TheTopeka
Topeka has already alread left for Porto Ca Cabello Cabello Cahello ¬
bello belloThe belloTbe helloThe
The Topeka probably will reach Por Porto PorCabello Porto ¬
to Cabello which Is only a short sail sailfrom santrom sailfront
from Laguayara some time today to ay The Thetrouble Thetrnuble Thetrouble
trouble at Porto Cabello grows out of ofzuela ofthe ofthe
the uprising that has convulsed > d Vene Venezuela ene enezuela
zuela for some time It is directed directedagainst directedagainst directedagainst
against President Pr sident Castro and has kept keptthe keptthf keptthe
the country in a state of ferment for formany formany formany
many months monthsMinister monthsMinister monthsMihisten
Minister Bowen recently sent word wordthat wordthat wordthat
that President Castro was leaving for forthe rorthe forthe
the front with the expectation of offighting offighting offighting
fighting a decisive battle with the in insurgents insurgents insurgents ¬
surgents The latter have been gath gathering gathering gathering ¬
ering strength at Porto Cabello CabelloOur CaDelIoOur CabelroOur
Our consul at that point sent word wordrecently wordntb wordgeceOtly
recently ntb that the lives of some of the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American residents Including includlngmembers includlngmembershlsamily lncludlngxnemberSof members membersof
of his hlsamily family were Imperiled and two twoof tothe twoqf
of the ladies of the consuls family familywere familyw familywere
were w re taken awayin away in 1 aJgovernment aJgovernmentship g rnnient
ship Since Stnc then there has been no
again dupes hlmrby hlm bizby by professing to re repent T Tpent e epent ¬
pent and in aShrindlrect ind1rect way snakes snakesppssible makt makesppssible > s sppsslble
ppssible the mutder 1 ider of his brat bintBrokenheartc bratBrokenheart brntBrokenbeartcdlIs
Brokenheartc BrokenbeartcdlIs ptils 1 Is aged father havlrs havi f
been driven front the city by a howl hawIn hottlug
lug In mob Corianfon Corla I n returns home as asprodigal a aprodigal aprodigal
prodigal ivIthMhe news of Shiblo ShibIs ShThIdeath s
death His father faWer finally forgives hr hrIsabel h hIsabel hIsabel
Isabel sincerely sincen5 repentant at las lascomes lascomes lssComes
comes to thelr thelrilty clty and warns Cora Coriathe Corlaoo Coraton
ton oo o of an atta attaj1 about to be made 1 ty y
the Gadiantonfirobbers Gadianton xobbers The warnr warnrIs warnt
Is i in time arid Corianton leads leadsNephite it t tNephite >
Nephite armyj armyt1tO to victory Isabel lsabeo1 lsabeo1murd Isabemurdered 13 13murdered
murdered murd red by Seantum Corianton niati
joins Hells who wh whowas was the plighted wa waof W1or wtot
of his brother brolberShihlon Shiblon and with ith tta ttai tt ttProphet tiaProphet
i Prophet Alma Almagi AlmagtV1flg giyinff g them his blcssicjf hlss g
the t e play closes closesIt
It would beuseless be useless to predict th thfuture tlfuture tt ttfuture >
future of Corianton for t must mustmanJo b bmany be bemany
many miles from here before the AmP American AmPlean Amelean ¬
lean public Jiasjjrecelved or rejected < j it itThe ItTheocal ttThtcni
The Theocal Upcal interest inter it attached ttach d to the pro t In Induet3bn
j ductSbn duct1 n must mus necessarily play DI a part partin partin partIn
in tfie t regal reception r ceItion that Is givea it ithere ithere rthere
here But with alterations that ae areabsolutely aeabsolutelY aeabsolutely
absolutely Imperative Imperativeand and some T nil nilbe O Obe
be made this eekConantcn week Corianton has tasbetter OSbetter hasbetter
better prospects upon the theatrical theatricalmarket theatrfa1market theatrialmarket
market than say saY 75 per cent of the thaplays theplays theplays
plays that get a metropolitan hearing hearingSomeof heari heargSomoof = g
Someof Some of the Defects Defects4For DefectsFor DefectsFor
4For For a first firstnIght night the performance performancelast
last t evening went off O wonderfully web
What bat defects were apparent cane carceusually caneusuallY caxxeustmlly
usually from the singing chorus which thchwas hCh hChwas
was shaky and uncertain and dllnt dllntseem illn di Ia t tseem Cseem
seem to haveAxnuch luck with Mr ilrThatchers MrThatchers MrThatchers
Thatchers music 1nuSic anyway The pro proformance yrrformance
formance was altogether too long en enallowing ettallowing n nallowing
allowing for the usual delays of o an anopening inopening n nopening
opening It vHU be shortened cocs4 cocs4erably ocsIerably rsa rsaerably
erably by th theKelimination eUminatIon of sr S srss srssthat Tis Tisthat < tS tSthat
that can be improved only by elim ¬
ination inationTo mattonTo inatlonTo
To the players unlimited credit is isdue s sdue sdue
due Joseph Haworth is a tower of ofstrength ofstrength ofstrength
strength a human magnet a thor thoroughly thoroughly thoroughiy ¬
oughly magnificent actor He has an anunlimited anunUmlted anunlimited
unlimited amount of force and youth youthreading youthiUl youthful
iUl ful vigor Jgor and has that rare power or orreading efreading
reading his lines as the character characterwould chara ter terwould teswould
would have spoken them Mr Ha Haworths Haworths Haworths
worths Corianton must rank as c ore oreot ceof e eof
of his greatest creations From t tb tbmotmI1t tamomenthe a amomenthe
momenthe motmI1t < 1eappeared appeared he had the atjJT atjJTence aU1ence a aence
ence at his shriiie sJI s1titsand and at the entf en enelthe ft ftthe r rthe
the first act ac with Mr Lewis the Ki Kihor Kxho1 Kzhol
hor took i six curtain curUUI tal calls Rerti Rertihotvevpr Rel1however s sliowaver
however weiiu4e 1a rcwf the le e of the h hMi nl niMiss jv jvble
Mi e1SFal1t e1SFal1tIJss
Miss IJss Agnes Se seLane n 1s an aepa aepable aepable
ble Zoan ze zeIs IsabeL In the soubrert + s sparts sparts 1
parts of the role rol she excelled find flndit g gIt git <
It much easier to present the Innriert innc innekutZoan t i iZoan
Zoan than the shrewd cunning sphei shpIng srhering i iing
ing IsabeL Her Iie emotional climaxes climaxeswere J Jwere I Iwere
were well worked work up and at such t 3 s aMiss j I
Miss Lane shared the sympathy o of ti tiaudience C Caudlence t taudience
audience with the
star i iThomas IThomas IThomas
Thomas Colemans Col mans Seantum Is a aforceful aforcefui aforceful
forceful Interpretation jnt xpretatfon His str strg strgscenea g j
scenes were well sustained and d dg dgnated g
nated an actor actoro of long experience Tfce TeAlma t I i iAlma
Alma of B SI S Young was a carei careiwell care carewell carewell J
well studied portrayal PO rtrayal and while it t s sa sa
a line new nentothe to tothe the well known local localr localrtor c ctor ntar I
tor Mr 1r Young may be credited r t1 h hcomplete s scomplete 1 1complete
complete success succ s In the part Wa ter f fS
S St Clair made an excellent Bas Basthe Baathe i ithe
the jester The character charac r has SCDthe sent acmethe c cthe
the brlghtestllnes in the piece ai arIthtY atthey j
they were read In a very attrave attraveway attrattwa attraveway
way wa by Mr StLClalr Miss Magrares I IRella
Relia was sweet sw et from beginning beginningend f fend t tend
end Mr Lewis LeWiSKorlhor Korihor was brief bit bitwell 1 ltwell > t twen
well done > John J lin S Lindsay read t I i ilines Jlines
lines with usual usu l clearness Only gci gcican gf g1can 1 1can
can be spoken spokenof of the three Gadiant s sAlfred sAlfred SAlfred
Alfred Swenson Luke Cosgrove ai aiB nlB a I IB
B Wlllard They did their bits XPT XPTsatisfactorily t1Y t1YsatlsfactorlIY ry rysatisfactorily
satisfactorily Not a single part la 11truth
truth sufferedl sufferedlA
A beautiful feature f ature of the play is s fra fraballet t9baJ taballet
ballet baJ t Introduced Introdu qd In the second act a athough i ithough
though In th l scene where Isabel Isa l lpassing 3 apassing j jpassing
passing the goblets to Coriantfn t twould tWould Iwould
would be welt well wellto to arrange it so that i 31 31audience e 1 1audience 1audience
audience can canis canee see what hat Is going fi r rIsabel
Isabel was completely hidden by ta t
dancers dancersCorianton dancersCoriantontvIlI 1 1Corianton
Corianton CoriantontvIlI will run rim all a week ai a i
the indications Indicationsare rare are for standing r z zonlyeaehnight z zonly l lonly
only onlyeaehnight each nighti nlg
word of o a critical condition of afa1 afa1but
but the dispatch of today indicatsl india indaIs
that a crislsihas cns1s has been reached reach d 1 1There
There appearsto be no quests quest as
to the right otjthe o the German naval for f r5 3 31 31to
to land forthel forth fOrhpratect1on protection of 1Pn rirn l
Interests It Inno In no way Involves Invo1 S 1 af afMonroe 91Monroe
Monroe doctrine Germany has ha t r 1 t
keeping closewatch clo Watch on Venezuela Veneueasome Venezueasome f rl rlsome
some months t and at one time c ctemplated Cteniplated
templated takhi taking a Venezuelan FT p pr prorder 11 i iorder
order to compel the payment of cr ccrtain crtain crtam
tain tam German claims j i S
It was in that connection that t 1
German ambassador ant at Washfrgt WashfrgtDr ashfgt ashfgtDr
Dr von on HoUebeh HoU made inquiry inquiry1resident r r1jresldent < fjj
president 1resident Roosevelt Ro S Velt and the stat statpartment statpartment statpartment <
partment as towhether whether such a ITTR ITTRby r rby rby = >
by Germanyjfgr Germanyfor the sole purpose cf cfcollecting c ccollecting ccollechng
collecting a claim cJ 1fu and not for the thepose j 1 1pose
pose of territorial expansion Vva Vi Vimeet i imeet 3 3meet
meet with any an < disfavor dlsfa or by the Asrrj A Alean Alean
lean government The response c l c fia fiaUnited t trnited tUnited
United States leftGermany l left Germany trff trffact fr fract t tact >
act as the assurjance assur assurancetbat nc > that no noextension terHtorlal terHtorlalextension terrltl terrltlextension
extension was waSl intended removed fra fracase tecase a acase
case from thei tl the operations o ri1tlons of the M Mroe 3Io 3Ioroe Mroe
roe doctrine doctrineThe doctrineThe v 7 7The
The present landing of a Geitran Geitranforce Genra1force GCnVforce
force has no connection with withVenezuela withmanys G Gmanys <
manys formei orI1 movement aga tt ttVenezuela t tVenezuela
Venezuela although the assurares assuraresheretofore assura Es Esheretorcre P5heretofcre
heretofore gi givenby enby Germany serve servethe In Inthe L Lthe
the present casej case 5 i6show fo shoW that there thereno th thno s sno
no ulteripr p pupipse rnpse behind the pro protion pr prtion prtion
tion of German German1nterests interests at Port Portobello Portbello Portbello
bello belloThe belloThe v vThe
The f fOll folIow1n olio wlhgjinstructions wjlJ jnstructioas pstrucUons were < aj 3 abled 3bled
bled to the TopeKa TopeKaattack TO T eka ekaBe Ka KaBe
Be ready to1 to land ndOrce force in Inattack casp caspattack
attack of pQWfOErfirotectlon PQttif protection ofAnjp1 ofAnjp1Prevent ofAmpcan of4mican
can Interests interesthndtforproteCti0U a f protectlon of ofeign rl rleibIl
eibIl propertYi propertlsqi i 1 required requiredPrevent ulred ulreduPreventoom
uPreventoom Prevent ibomrdment bomSardaientwithou ardment withnti ithou du dunotice dunoUce
tf Actinx linJ SecretarY Seaetaryi

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