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I 2 i XIIE SALT su JAKEaERKJ4 iiu uiw > t J1DAYi lt TJ Il 5 5io4 lQ04
t h l beer wa9 vag4w blugl1 dt1 t > e en
4w n i had arrangld the lIttt little 3ehemo to toJ tove
J ye tome me fun Wttl1 the th clty eIt ofl1 lols
Tnnlngs on on Was kUl R1111 tPln in 1il1lriey 1il1lrieyfjstdns 1fIxIeya1oon
fjstdns lJ8Joon on Soutl SOutI State Street StreetI tr et
1 a1t Lake about elgh Igbtn n mon months monthsKoUinian hs hsgy
gy gyHolliman r
Holliman Canic Camem m SOuth SOuthTiollimn olth olthHolliman
Holliman C8WUt heveirom hete from one ot o the thetduthprn theuthern
tduthprn uthern Mates u1 4out t ten yarn ago aloi agoul
i lIllied ul lived near Provo He haafrequent haafrequentfrruble hafreuttrub1e
frruble with his wl wIb who obtalnGd a aliop aiVori
liop iVori from him He isold Dot to bo bof becry
f cry 1 intelligent ToIay when RoUininn RoUininnl Eolllr rtn rtntold
l told that Colter cJalmed he was In InJIctnt InC
JIctnt C flt ot any connection with the fire fireil
11 said saidWIn saideli
WIn eli that Is wrong 00 shouldnt shouldnti
i lik that now that he Is arrested arrestedi
1 i1o 1ght he was ar honest man manIter maniter
Iter i is a man about 36 years of age agenO ageII
nO II h39 ha a family and Is highly respect respectf
f J j1 Lehl HetakOD He takos hIs JiI arrest very veryT
T w lh h to heart and denie that be i Is in inCH InUw
CH WHY connected wlththe fire fireH
1 H J e a askn ks the question Why should shouldI
I burn the creamery for the Insurance Insurancehf1
V hf1 h fl I only had 2O iO In the business busines9I businessLati
I Lati tl this afternoon Cotter was taken takeniwr
11 iwr f Ie Justice Noon where he wag wasrged
11 ged with arson He gave n a 100 10011J 700cl
11J cl t appear at the preliminary hear hearg hearthe
g the date for whiCh has not been beenf beenTWO beenTWO
f <
Sheriff Emery Captures AUgustWn AUgustWnIror
Iror and Frank Wilson WilsonAugust WilsonAugust
August Wllmer nd Frank Wilson ot ott3 oftLA
t3 tLA dty Ity have been arre arrested ted by Sheriff SherifFrank SheriffFrank
Frank Emery and Deputy Sheriffs Sherilrsmlth SheriffsrnIth
mlth and Cowan In connection with
1 Lfhi creumery fire ald the destruc destruc1j
1 1j i n or the Highland Boy boarding boardingat
n at Murray Wilson was taken takenir takenUstOdy
ir I ustody Wednesday Vedne day night at S6 S6Ktn 35Kifl
Ktn > street by Deputy Sheriffs Smith Smithtll Smithowan
tll Cowan owan Yc Yesterday terday Sheriff Emery Emeryanstld Emeryarrested
arrested Wilmer at Silver Bros Coun CounU
U where he was working workinghrifl working4hrriff
hrifl Emery < mery said yesterday that that11Uman that1i
11Uman 1i dliman had conre sed to Sheriff 1ar 1arrn Hart
rn t that Vllmer who owned the thei theriling
i ding house had hired Jennings to torTl toJt4
rTl it t He said that VJlmer had of oftl
tl 1 r Jennings 520 for the job Holll Holllo1l
o1l L then said Jennings offered him himfllt himt1
fllt Wilson t 125 It they would do th thof thci thcir
of r for him They consented he sad sadt eadnj
t nl turned the trlok trlokShfTltY triek4hpritT
ShfTltY Emery said yesterday after aUerthat afterI
I n that since the arrest ot Homman HollimanA
1 has learned where the men bought boughttIIir
tIIir 4 ir coal oil In thIs city The woman womRnfrnt womanr
frnt r ni whom they purchased It has hasi hasn1fled
i In n1fled HIed them After procuring the
1 t tho ll meD walked down the raIlroad railroadI
1 adul ks to Murra Murray and set lire to the theI theuilthnj
I u ildinj It Is said to be a matter of ofT ofcrd
T Ird that the fire Insurance com comjlTltfS corniTitS
jlTltfS iTitS paid YUmer the amount of his hlgIIiliy hisBOLLIMANS
J E Matthews Snys He Swindled SwindledRim SwindiedBim
Rim Out of Boud Bill BillE
TdI1PS E Matthews ttthe or Mammoth has hasit11 hasThe j
it11 The Herald r regarding ardlng HoHlman HoHlmanIr
Ir t th h fol1owln following to sa saI say
I 1 Od 2C 24 1M HolHman e earns mf > to my myJ myiiicl
J 11ld ctalme < 1 that he had ju just t re re reI
I from a thr ears mission In Inpjtt inrie
pjtt ot the 10nnon church Uo Uof Hoil
f 11 that b he WR K going 10 work at the thewr thewr
wr Mammoth mine antI wanted to toj toird
j ml at my house untU he could earn earnrI earnrz
rI rz U V tt t JHl his way I t told ld him he heI
I I uld board with me uatll 10 ov 10 but butWit butti
Wit h f must loItY on that day for his h1tJh1 hisI
h1 I 1 ill October On Nov J8 he paid me met
t 1IU itt money but not enough He had hadtr bedr
tr r v I hlmC Jtm tu b a drunkttn profligate pronlgateIj
Ij In < fl XU Nov 12 I called him up In the UleHrIJg theand
HrIJg and told him I Was as not satisfied flaUtledj
j iiI i h him end that he must sl signanor signanorI an or orr
I r I tt the Lwe Lowej Mammoth Mamot Mining nlnc cm cmhll corn cornj
hll j r r hie wa aeL lu b be pld peid to n me mer
r 1 Iiv m my houBt house He rherulb cheerfully sInned sInnedrdr
11 rdr an an I ant sent It to the Lower LuwarImmoth LowerMmrnoth
Immoth MJnIti lnll < lomJY company but tht thtfar that thatrarn
far rarn evening Holman liofliman sige signed another anoUlerflM anotherrir
flM rir for hi his wages to another man from fromhum fromhe
hum he reeived received a valuable omldera omlderat oont4dera oont4deranfl
t nfl io HolUman then sklJpd skipped out ouL ouLSETTLEMEt4TPROBABLE
Mners diners and Operator Operators Coniderng Considering a aNew
New Scle Sclerdian Scale ScalelldtrapolIg
rdian lldtrapolIg plt led n Marcl March 4The To ope opec opecj
j 1 r und miner mlzterV lub subscsiio cmmltteo cmmltteoJlrtl committee committeerty
Jlrtl rty nftl uft convef coniin toda today > tk took 8 a re ret
55 ti allow the nIner caIe commit committ
t t i zal d n the officers ft r to hold d a conference conferenceIr n nt
Ir t the eonfereneethe en l subscale corn cornr
r 1ttor preented f tshat y ltl it tl 3141 i iiimltmn WR5 Its Itsiirritum
iimltmn nttlna t1nl t ite demnd demand In bat half and andkiiig
kilJ kiiig for a two years er scale Ie at onehair onehairth onehalft
t th tIh 11 12 p pez ent cent Idc drsnce In wages wagesLn
Iln ast ye year Tis This Wul wetild mke make a aIU1on
lwton IU1on of i cnt casts a ton trm from the pre pres presale
i ale aD and a dere decrease in obe other labr labor
bout b Ut f I pt per cnt cntTjdtnt cent centTtsitjeflt
Tjdtnt Ttsitjeflt lUtheU Mitchell and F L L Robbis Robbisth Bobbins Bobbinstlu
th opratr operators sid said tbat that a general generalI
I i t sesion session 1ould would b be hd hd tomorow tomorrow to toI touive
I uive i e the scale alf cmmlttes committees reprt report If Ifl
hr l tr trrns offfrM ofrnd 1 b te the oprtor operatom are aren
apted n cpted or ltte little clge ohaaged a se scale w1 will
1 lf Igne Igned tomorrow tomorrows tomorrowBLOW tomorrowBLOW
Washington VAhlngton March 4Tle 4The interior interiorppartment interiorpartment
ppartment ha has deide decided t to proee proceed wih wihtlf with withtbp
tlf tbp rcLon reUon of s g government ernment cment cmentlo1nt cement cementi1ant
lo1nt In the vicinit vicinity o of th the Tonto ont 0 ha han
Hn n In arizona riznafol 01 turshlng furnishing materal materallor material materialbr
lor the big Irrgton Irrigation projet project there thercrlis thererfj
rlis rfj d dvision islon 11 is the result of the rje rejec rejectijn
tJI tijn of the thebids blds submltedy submitted Jjy cent cement
1 nufacturers th the vernment
nufncture g gOvernment et esti estitaihig
Iadog that I It cnet can erect a fatr factory and andUIl andIui
Iui UIl e the cement cheper cheaper than It can cany
II y i it from the manufacturers manuracturersa manufacturers1EANS
a 4
Sll St jrnflo Franisco March Iach 4Joseph oph Feld FeldpIieman
t 1I pIieman mnn who kale kIled his Catheln Cathelnl fatherIn fatherInJ
l J Fritz Dfrklng was tonight found foundf
j f murlltr rnurtlr In the frt first de degree Te The TheiI
01 iI 11 Was not qu1fle quelIfled and mea meass te teh the theth
th h plaI pcnalt >
3 3t
t I Iskep sle w well l enoug nugk at Jg JgAnd nih nihAn
An And fh the bThncdest lame et a aeflle aeflleEjer ete eteEver
Ever mortal man posscssed posscssedRileys osssea ossseaRlcs
Rlcs Rileys fae farmer i is te the vexy pich pctnre of a anan anan
nan a aIvanced vcc in ye years yet in the ejo ejonet enjoy enjoynent
net nent of perfect e helt health A go good ap apte appe appeate
ate te go good digestion ad and sund sound sle sleep ae aete arc arcthe
digO te the ciei chief factor factors in ina ina
a vigorous old
goou 3a age ageLife
L Life e is sne sustained sustainedS
S by fo food when it i is isproperly
proply properly digested digestedand i c
and aiate assimilated assimilatedt
t When v hen dgaon dgaona digestion digestionlhilsthcrcisaloss
lhilsthcrcisaloss lhilsthcrcisalossof a tee i a lo
of nutrition which whichsn whichI
I sn soon sbws shows itl itself itselfui
i ui physc physical weak weakI
ness nervousness
I Jlc neue
4 sleel sleeplessness et etc etcDoctor
Dtr Doctor Pierces PiercesGolden
les lesGold
Gold Golden e n Medimi MedimiDiscovery
lecl leclDie
Die Discovery cur cures curesI e s sds
I ds c3seasesofthc of thc thcstoc
1 stomach and other otherorgans
stoc ote
or digestion digestionand
ors organs digeton digetona
a and nutto nutrition It Itstngen Itstrengthens
strengthens the theby theA
A by body stngen 1 in te the only onlyway oniya
possibleby possiblebyI
a way
I enblng enabling pbleb te tesmiaton the as assitnilatioa
smiaton sitnilatioa of the thenut theI
nutrition on extracted extractedlt
I nut etcte
lt from fo food foodeI
eI r I u t ten n b9 b9of bottles
4 P of f Dr Pes Pierces Ct Golden GoldenU
U Il I Slediesi aicl Dicovcr Dicovcrd Discovery DiscoveryJ I
J A and d several vials of ofhis
p pa
his Ficassut t PcllcIs PcllcIsn I
a year aKa thIs sprng sprngaud spring springtud
aud lv have b bed no trbewth tmublewith indiseton Indigestion linC since sincerrites
rrites Mr W V T 1 ThompsOn of TOW5d TOW5d8rwtr Townsend Townsendflroa4wter
WI flroa4wter Co Sloutana IOtn2 Thompn Wos Words fai fail t to tell teUho tellow I
ho 8rwtr ow thankful C I am for the rUf relief n t hd bad su sul sulferd
fer ferd t so much Jul aDd it seemed tht that the do doctors doctorsiuld
old iuld do me mu no good I got t dow down in wegh woght to toh toi25 J
h i25 pOUnd anS and o was pot able t to WMI work at Al all alliow
t01 iow pnd I 1gh weigh nearly nearI wl 1 6o f and c can d do a a day days wok wcrl wcrlon
on tlen the terut I ha have e remmende recommended your r ma mcdl mcdlne
Ue ne t to several and sbU shall always hve bwe 1 a go good goodirord oj
tm irord to lvr IY say f for Dr Pee Pierce and nd h1 his mec mecTe mednes mednesThe
Te The Comon Common Sns Sense Meil Medical Advis Advisei
10 1008 pages i in paper coer covers is is st sent free frun
pge ppt
m n receipt of 21 onent 5tS staIflp tp pay payrxpeuse y yIxn
Ixn rxpeuse of ming Ulai1jll oily Address dae D Dr I Ig
R V Piece Pierce Dualo mraio N Y
rpRovrs GREAT i PLENTY PLENTYCOntinued 1 1Cont
Cont COntinued nu From P Page e O One 21 21wl1ch 7J
w wl1ch 1eh la ha pr Piva1id aUid t to 1mprove improve their1 their1dfelte
dfelte The ltit dl dispatch patch aso atsb says thati thatith
t th Japrne 3panese fleet t his has b bediI h We wedlCned wedlCnedby nedJ
by damages sustained ustlned sln since Fb 25 to tothe tothe
the extent Of six criser cruisers 1 IIe l tar tarpedo
pedo bat boat aestroyers and one gpn gpnboat tor1
boat boatf boat boate S
Russ Russbins nns Replenish epl sh Their Stock of ofSupples ofSupplies
Supples Supplies at Vadivostok Vladivostok VladivostokToklo
TOldo March Maoh 4I 4It is clent evident ia iaStcssels tha4 tha4stvcraJ
Stcssels stvcraJ 9saoIs laden wit witi cOld pro1 pro41 pro41lcns
Itns lcns and other contrbnnd contraband arlcle atlcles1 atlcles1have
have recentyefeoted recently effected the passae passage ot otTslru ofTeuguru
Tslru Teuguru stri strait and succeeed succeeded In reh rehIng reecli reecliIng
Ing Ing Vladivostok TheIr wct ercuct numb numband nuuibei9 nuuibei9and
and names are unknown but it Is Isatated Isktated
atated t thht th they y included Brtsh British Nor Norweglan Norwegian
weglan and Geran german veels vessels Two o olbm of ofthem
them ar are said to have crried carried crgoes crgoesot cargoes cargoesof
ot Austrjnn Austrajian cal calJopn coal coalJapan
Jopn Japan evidenty evidently r fralned from mak makIbg inakhg
Ibg hg a special effort fort t to prevent their theirlNe theirI5SjC
lNe I5SjC ad and I It Is not impossible that that thatshe
she clmly calmly permited permitted the delvor delivery o othe of ofthe
the contraband goods olculatng calculating that thattbe thatthey
tbe they woula prove ueful useful t to herself at at ata
n a later stge stage or the cpaig campaign campaignThe
The YJodivotok Vladivostok sudron squadron contnue continues continuesinactive
Inact inactive thougll though it has ample fupply supply ot otCfa ofcal
Cfa cal and the ships are In god good concH condlUon concHlion
lion I It has evldenly been instructed instructedby
by the lu8lan RusSlall goernmet government to t remain remainclo remainclose
clo close to tt the Yladlvotok Vladivostok bttrIes batteries in inpuCerence Inpreference
preference to rIsking a tIght in the open opensa openseas
sa seas I It Is declared to be onlY a que ques question
tion nf f tme time brore before tis this sQuadron vml will willreceive
ltehe receive te the atenton attention oC the Japanese Japanesenavy apanose apanosenav
nav navy
Jnps Planed Planned to ZBle otle Por Port Aru Aruefor Arthur Arthur3efore
3efore efor the War Wart WarSt
St t Peterburg Petersburg llarch March 4 4A r residenti residentiof Iden Idenof
of St St Petenburg Petersburg ho ha has just arrived arrivedhere
here from Port Artur Arthur hlvlng having let left arrveQ th thday f fday
day day bfore before the frt first Japanes Japanese atack atacktls attack attacktells
tls tells an intreaUns Interesting story whIch seem seemto seems seemsto
to Ind Indicate ate that the Japanese planned plannedto
to crk cork the harbor firing a shot He Hesys Hesays
sys says that on the day of his departure departurea
a bi big merchantman frlng flying the Japanese JapaneseSlag Japanesehag
Slag approached te the entrnce entrance and In Inthe Inthe
the narowest narrowest prt part or the channel sud suddenly
dtnl denly stopped sigaled signaled I am sIning sIningand sin3cing sin3cingand
and commence commenced to sette settle LucIdly n ntug a atug
tug with steam up was close by and
toed the Japa Japanese e vessel Into n
lo low lmrt of the outer outer harbor The mcr mcrchantman merchantman
chantman was loaded wih with Iron Her HerC1tln Hercaptain
C1tln captain declared > t he had been caught In Ina ina
a ston storm and the pumps which had kept Iteptthe keptthe
the semer steamer aloatbrke ailoaLbroke down just as asthe asthe
the entrance ntnnce of Port Arthur was wasreched wasreached
reched reached reachedOutbreak
rechedOutbrea Outbrea Outbreak of the War WarThe WarThe
The wie wife or a Ru Russian la naval ofcial ofcialattche official officialattached
attche attached to the armord armored cruiser Rossla Rosslawho Rosslawho
who has ha just arrived here from Vladi Vladivosok Viadivostok
vosok vostok descrJbd described th the scene there at the theHtbr theoutbreak
outbreak < Htbr or hotites hostilities At 8 oclock In Inthe inthe
the mornlnr morning ot Feb 9 a shot was fred fredh fired firedI
h I the filgshlp flKgship and sigals signals were hoisted hoistedcalng hoistedcalling
calng calling al all 5 seamen men and others who were wereon wereon
on shore leve leave to come on board boardThera boardThere
Thera There wa was gret great excitement and en enthufosm enthusiasm
thufosm thusiasm among the people on the thesteets thestreets
steets streets The warhips warships In the horbor horborwere larborwere
were surrounded wit with lee and crowds crowdst1 crowdsgatbred
gatbred t1 re about them watched the ships shipsreehe shipsreeeIte
reehe reeeIte their war colors und cheered an anthe
tne the ice breaker opned opened achannel achannelAt
At 2 oclock In the afternoonhewed afternoonhewedby afternoon beaded beadedby
by the Roslo Rossia and accmpanied accompanied ly by the thellrrhs thehurralis
llrrhs hurralis of the people gathered Dn the theIce theIce
Ice t the e teet fleet steamed out out outCalled
Cled Called to the Colors Colorsimperlol ColorsA1
A1 Imperial order had ben been I88Ed I88Edsummoning Issued Issuedsummoning
summoning the reserve subalterns and andfiretelass nd ndfrtclas
frtclas firetelass reserve menofEuropen menofEuropenRuefto men of European EuropeanRus
Ruefto Rus to the color colors for a a six Ix weeks woekscours weekscourseof
cours courseof ot training A similar lmnor order has hasbeen hasbeen
been isue issued to the naval resenes reserves This Thisi Thisis
i is Interprted interpreted a as Inicatng Indicating that evely evelything evetything
thing Is being made ready for the mO mOb mObilization
izaton ilization of te the whole Rusian Russian ar army If IfneccsaI Ifnecessary
neccsaI necessary necessaryAccording
According to a a service rJce orgn organ the cost costor costof
or the rtons rations of the Ianchurian trops tropsaverages troops troopsaverages
averages 40 kop kope s each of which ZS ZSare
are for met meat 3 for teo tea and 9 for bread breadThe breadThe
The averge average for the Llao Tung soldl soldiers soldiersis
Is 4 46 kopec kopecs The St Petersburg Petersburg post postofce postoffice
ofce office employes tire re staing starting n a fund to tobuid tobuild
buid build n torpedo boat to b be named Post PostTelegph PostTelegraph
Telegph Telegraph TelegraphKING
Czar Advised to Fay No Atention Attention to to1rtsh toBritish
1rtsh British Newspapers NewspapersLdon NewspapersLondon
Ldon London March arch 4The Ruslan Rusian am ambsdor ambassador
bsdor bassador Count Bekendorf Beckendorif who re returned returned
turned from St Petrsburg Petersburg IVednes IVednesday Yenes YenesdRT
day todAY vIsied visited Kfn King Edward ana anar andlreSOfltOd
lreSOfltOd r ted the king wIth an autographic autographicleter autographicletter
leter letter from the czr czar This In answer answerto
to a Jeter letter sent b by tle the king who on onhering onhearing
hering hearing tht that the cunt count intended go goio goIng
io Ing to St St Peterburg Petersburg snt sent for the am amb ambtassador
b btassador dor and ake asked him to hand the thecr theczar
cr czar an autograph leler letter In which whichKin whichKing
Kin King mdwtl Edward in the most friendlY friendlYten friendlyterms
ten terms emIhalze emphasized Great BritIns BrItains com complte cornpiete
plte piete neutndly neutrality during the war In the thefar thefar
far ealt east ad and sid said he trse trusted that the thezr theczar
czar zr would py pay no atenton attention to the thejress
Jr jress report reports Intmtng intimating Great Brian Briana Britain Britainas
a as not Jeut iteutt1 l nr nor to any unfriedly unfriedlyrmmnt unfriendly unfriendlyeoiitments
rmmnt eoiitments or te the British rlth pprs pepers which whichthe whichthe
the king rerete rerete1IAY regretted regrettedMAY
Russian Fleet at Port Arthur Stn Stnin Still Stillin
in the Ring
Paris Marh March 4Intormaton 4Jnforniatlon recived received receivedtiexu
fran tiexu oU11 olilcial 5Ur sources 11 in Kore Korea confn confirms confirmsprevious
prloul previous rrt reports to the efect effect that thatnapho thatChlnampho
Chlnampho napho is fr free frm from ic Ice tat that the theJa theJsnanese
Ja Jsnanese mn he have ces ceased debrking debarking troops troopsat
at Chul Chemulpo and that they have taken takenIvntg taken4vantag
4vantag oC the opning opening ot thl the Chin ChlnHJth Chinampho
Ivntg HJth ampho to land trop troops there thus e ox oxtUsg
l tU tUsg the fowl forward moen1 inoventent inovententOfficial
Otclal Official a adirices fr from 51 St Peterur Ietersburg Ietersburgeon1trm
eon1trm onfrm the Jepr reports tft that a declslVt decisive decisivencvement
ncvement ement Ig antiipte anticipated on the pt ptef part partof
ef thE the ror Iort Arthur Ifuadron tetuadron nw now that that4mlrl thatdmiral
4mlrl dmiral Makert dakereff h has arve arrived there therclhnt therethat
that torpedo bt boats laU wm be berought bebrought
brought Into lay and Uat that In 9tc 9tco spite spiteof
o of rprt reports 1 to the cntrry cOfltrary fu8a Russia Is IscndenO istnderetOod
cndenO tnderetOod t to have 1Ve ample supply of oftorpo oftorpedoes
torpo torpedoes for the these crafs crafsUNLBS crafts craftsUNLESS
Inter Interference rence of te the Powers Righy RighyImprobable rnghiy rnghiyImprobable
Improbable ImprobableParis
Paris JlarJ Marelr 51n 5in a dlttch dispatch frm from
Rome 1 a creo correspondent ent of t the lboro lborouttJ Figaro FigaroUotcs
uttJ Uotcs th the Japne Japanese nlnlr minister to lab italy italyits
18 its lyl saying In an tteIew tntecriew that b be wa Was Wasnot
10t not fuly fully aware of the opinions Ml1 held In
Jtp Japanese nH mlta military eJl clieISs but judging
from rum thp XfntIJ gnsral trend 1 of tb the neWs news juclsng juclsngrum I so soceired
ceired IY from the It seat at war the ate atten attenties
10B ties o of thl the Japanese al1 gHPI gesemis w was n no
lon longer r eOb0trt eoncentrat4 1 01 on Por Port Arthur HI lt ltsaid
said aid 1M he dil did not fear th the cscsntratloit cscsntratloitof tlcfntrtol
of f Rnt flnssIa 11t litltk Blck Black 8 sen and ot otr east eastem
em r flt neets beu becu this was Implbl impossible
before Jmmpr ssmmsr an and Japn Japan Iiopo hoped tht that
the wa war would b be ened ended b by that tme time timeskstl
skstl J cDrnlng concerning the IHblt Imeelbility of E u urUpcn
t rUpcn n cmplctons complications the minister saict
be did not belee believe thM these would miniter supanene si
J if ian was vlctorUH vlctorUHJAr victorious victoriousSAPS
Criser Cruiser Sunk at te the Entrace Entrance of Na Nam NamYang
Yag Yang Creek Creek CreekSt
St Petersburg March 4The The Co1Jwing following followingdispatch I
dl dispatch ptch dat dated Ma March 3 3 ha has been re retehN received
tehN ceived from Major Geler1 General Pfug Pfiug cm cmmandIg corn cornmanding
mandIg thur manding thnr4l1 the Rusan Russian tore Loroes at Port A Ar Arthnr
AU 18 quIet At Port Arthur rUlu and andYlenltz andYiengtz
Ylenltz Yiengtz Acordlg Acoordieg to inonaton iniortnaUon glva given givenby
by wltnN8 witnesses a Japanese apanee cruiser hldng hldngthree hwving hwvingthree
three funais uInels 1 hIs nCBlheulpo near Chemupo be be between
t tween wtn Janct Islands having recty recently sunk sunkthere mnkthere
there therei
i Crfonctnt enrreisnlcnt or t Dnly Daily Mall Mallblhg rfl r I
MI blhg JT bIU chrflo hefo unr unIrdftte re or MarCh MarChlatd March 1 1maUi
latd maUi amfng rneng oti oIlier n tliktgs 1 that he had hadSU had5fl
SU 5fl a JIan Japanere e cruiser or the Xfka Nlitka
The The Bulldog udog of the Russian usi Nav Navy f
Admirl Admiral SkrJdlof Skrldloff who Is now on his hiswa3o hisway
way across Siberia to totake tke comand command ot otthe ofthe
the Russian fet fleet under dmlral Alex AlexIer Alexjeff
Ier jeff i is one of the very fe few men I In the theRusian theRussian
Rusian Russian nav navy w wh has a an actual war warr warrecord
r record cord for s sea fightng fighting The reaon reaono reason reasonof
o of coure course Is that Russin Russia has done prac practcly practically
tcly tically no sea sea fghtng fighting since the open openIng opening
Ing ot the Crrean Crimean war wih wIth the ex excfpton exception
cfpton ception of one series of incidents incidentsVhen incidentsWhen
When R Russia sslo declare declared war aginst aginstTurkey against againstTurkey
Turkey In the sprng spring of 1S7 iS In defense defenseof
of the Serians and Bulgarians Turkey Turkeyhad Turkeyhad
had a number or warshipsIn the Black Blacksel Blacksea
sel sea whie while Russia was to al all intents intentsand intentsand
and purposes wihout without 3 a neet fleet The Tur Turkish Turkish
kish shlD ships were under EnlUah English dlrec dlrecton dircc dircctioii
ton tioii and Infuence Influence and they immed immedlatel immedlately
latel lately atemptel attempted to cut ot off the avanc avancIng advanc advancing
Ing Russian army by entering enterlngthe the Dan Danube Danube
ube and salngun sailing un the rherto lnter lnterept inter intertept
tept ept the Russian forces which were weretyp weretp
typ 3 too ton tons benched at the entrnce entrnceor entrance entranceof
or Nam Yang creek which Is tlfeen tlfeenmie fifteen fifteenmiles
mie miles south of Chemulpo Japanese Japanese naval navalvesels navalvessels
vesels vessels or the NUka Niitka t type pe have three threeCunnels threefunnels
funnels funnelsKNEW
Inpa Japanese se Hve Eave 8 a Plentfu Plentiful Supply of ofCoa ofCoaL
Coa CoaL CoaLLondon
Lonon London 3lareh 1rh iLUte Little changs change in the thefar thefar
far eastern siuaton situation Is reprte reported this thismoring thismorning
moring morning I It I Is apprent apparent that the Japanese Japaneseare aplmVe aplmVeare
are busiy busily engaged in transportng transporting ther therCorc their theirforces
Corc forces Into Kor fnd and thi this WJk work is facil facilt facilttated
tted tated b by te the enforced Inntllt inactivity or the thenY thenavy
nY nYAccoring navy navyAccording
According Accoring t to the Sevastopol crrespnd crrespndnt correspond correspondent
ent nt of the DRiy Daily Graphic Admiral Skryd Skrydlof Skryd10ff
lof 10ff hI has leared learned privately from Por Port Arthur Ar Arthur
thur that tho Rusian Russian battehip battleship RetviZn RetviZnle Retvlzan Retvlzanlies
le lies In such a pslUonas position as to bock blpck er erfectuaUy effectuahly
fectuaUy thE the exit of batteship battleships from the theharbor theharbor
harbor tll the psge passage being practcUY practcUYonly practically practicallyonly
only for cruiserE cruisers cruisersThe
The crrepondent correspondent ads adds that Rusas Rusasnew Russias Russiasnew
new battehip battleships now buiding building on the thoBaUc theBaltic
BaUc Baltic wl will not be redy ready for acUe com commision cornmission
mision mission bfore before te the ed end ot Augst AugstThe August AugustThe
The Ja Japanese u offcer officer who hI has charge chargeof
of Japn Japan s financial lMclal and cmmercal commercial i in intereets
terets tereets In Englan England decllre declares that that his gO gOernment gov goverument
ernment fo foresaw w the pssibUt possibility of cl clbing coal coalbeing
bing being declare declared contrbnd contraband of war and andthat nndthat
that I it had been n coletng collecting large stores storesof storesof
of Welsh rolh stem steam coal for years so that thattoay thattoday
toay today 1t hd had a supply suflclpnt sufficient for the theneds ticsneeds
neds needs of the n navy SUIpy for or year years to come comeJapanese come3apanese
Japanese Eetion EetionTho Election ElectionTho
Tho reent recent Japanese apanee elections elections resulted resultedfavorably
favorbly favorably to the mlnlsttral mlnlaturlaUsts t without withoutIUMy withoutgreedy
IUMy greedy altrng altering the strength of pltl pltlprte political politicalparties
prte parties The retrns returns ar nrc approxhnatb approxhnatbJJ approximately
JJ 130 cnsttutonalsts constitutionahists 0 t6 prgre8lYe progressives 7 7without
wihut without part party and S 53 members from small smallgroups
sroups groups groupsAccording
According to a Toklo crondent correspondent Of Ofthe
the Standard the mlkadQ ha has sent a per llerBI81 personal
BI81 sonal meage message to the emperor of Korea Koreaassuring
alsurng assuring him that war ws delro declared sl slIy sole solely
Iy with the vie view ot tcurlng securing lermrot lermrotpenc permanent permanentpence
penc pence and epreln expressing the sncn sincere wih wihthat aiehthat
that the reentY recently eol coaclhdod < lde JaMn JaMnKorean Japanese JapaneseKorean
Korean protool protocol woUld increase the In Intre intimacy
tre timacy y of the t o cuntre countries countriesOn
On the strength tr th of a atemet statement ma made madeby e eby
by a mltslna mIssionary the Shlmhal Shanghai ebrre ebrrespontient rre rrespnent
spnent spontient ot the Daly Daily Cbrnlce Chronicle send sends In Indoubtful ina
a doubtful Nport report that twenuelght twenuelghtJapRnese twentyeightJapanese
Japanese saiors sailors have lane landed at Tengehitu Tengehituwest rtngcha rtngchawet
wet west or C1efoo Chefoo suln saying that their vessel vesselhad cel celhad
had ank sunk a as the ri2llt ressit ot an olgagQent olgagQentwlk ongagoniant ongagoniantwith
wlk with u a Ru Rueslanwarahip n wUNhlp wllh which ulS also W81t W81ttewo went wentdown
down No o Ru RuSsians lan wee were MVe saved but m mapc 200Japanese
Japanese were rescued by Chinese junks junksThis
rnl This apc acton action Is rcort remrted to han occarre4I occarre4Ibetween
btween between Port Artfur Arthur and the ltao Mtao Islandl IslandlIn
In Lotlehu Lothieshnu chlutel chlutelCAC ehailnel ehailnelCACBE
Jap saps Hd Had a St Store r of Eatbles Eatables in Mn I1an I1anchuria
churia churiaVladivostok
cura curaYladhOok
YladhOok Vladivostok M Maiqh rqh 2 vie in SL Peters Petersburg
bur burg delye deiayedAocOrdfng Aoordfg t to IntormaUon IntormaUonreie information informationreceived
reie received for forty JApnee Japanese trnsprts trnsprtscrt trenports es escarted
crt carted by the fhtr entire nal naVal fleet t have been beenemgetlc1y beenenergetically
emgetlc1y energetically hmdD landing rto rtoops In Korea OTe at atFusn atFuses
Fusn Fuses and Chemoo Chemulpo I It Ia estimated estimatedtbat
tht tbat tul full l00ne ioeoeo utea have dJelbrle dleenlbarkecl dleenlbarkeclsAd
azd sAd i it Is aupped supposed UUt that f animmedlate Jmmelate ad advaJc advance
vaJc vance into northern Kore Kores la cntem cntemJda contem contemplated
Jda plated platedFrom ted tedFrm
Frm From the fat fact tha that th Jllne Jepnese flet fletIs fleet fleetIs
Is tus thus einplqybd It 1 i felt that n no Im Immeiate haiedlate
meiate iedlate ePplQ t4tk on Vladicostok IQ lcqlk or Port PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur woull wouhit e mau maue made madeThe
The e reporJel reported I landing nll ot ot 2500 5 Japanese Japaneseat
at Songehln Songehln Plakln Plaksn ba bay on the norh norheut north northeast
east ct coast ot Kore KOre hu bee haag confirmed conrmldr confirmedriero
r riero r Is a rumor abrold abroad tlll that a quant quantIty quantItyci
ci r trnlrt transport mlerlal mhteriah ant and niny ninety tOns ot otst ofsalt
st salt fish have b been n dfsc dIseoored red laid away awnySnslr4t awaySn
Snslr4t Sn soert plac places In te the neighborhood or orlkJke ofNikeh
Nikeh lkJke ke Tey They w were aparenth parentl1 for the theuse
1 use th ths suriizner suriiznerrhe o of tie e Japneo Japanese force forces tOWfr toward ed sid or orth ofths
rh rhe 5unmcr 5unmcrrh erUmant enrollment Qt f volunteers otunteer Is pro proceing proceeding
ceing ceeding wit with entuslasm enthusiasm at YlndlYtk YlndlYtkWTB Viadivoatok ViadivoatokW
News of Japanese Operaton Operations r In Intended
tended to Deceive DeceiveI DeceiveParis
I Paris March arch 4lq Iq n a dlSPttCh dispatch frm from St St StPete
Petesburg Pete saw ± sburg a lresnqent vorresiiondent t qf the Tem Tempo Temposaw s slgh
sawA A 11gb lgh offIcer of f the e l geuirI letl staff has hasPnte haspointed
Pnte pointed out how ImPQftnt important a Plrt part ar artnC artitle
tnC title play plays In Ul the Jhpftnese aptnee tetC tactics es espeelaly especlally
peelaly peclally In tbe use ot the Englsh Engiish pr press pressto
to spred spread abroad iewa ews Inteded Intended t to de decelve
celv and Is confirmed later
wblc which lI conClrme hy hymore bymore
more or less tlctllous flotttleus opertons operations He He5uggct Hesuggmtd
5uggct suggmtd d that the repete repeated attck attacks on onPort onPort
Port Arthur Arthurweiq We1 apparently wthdut wlthdut pur purpoe purpose
poe pose anI and tkt that the Jallanele Japanese landing at
Poslet Poasiet bay was va 1e lflereI hUtpaed to dlort dlorta divert divertattention
a attention enton from the Alu river riverThe hrerThe
The m merchants rchant at Mpsc 5c wthe w the cor correpor correspondent
repor respondent ent ontnu continues s have decl decided to
Ocott boycott nl till Amlnlctn American good goods unti untli o such t
time eee tease nsAmeraan as American hQstlto hostilities to Rusia Rusiaeee Russia Russiatease
itrLi Ji9 Bsiau i Jews JewsOded e s sOd
Od Oded tr4 ZtarCh rl dotoh dotohnt dotaoh dotaohIBent
IBent nt 1t Df 1eitLli e lh dbtt dttOrileft4for r8 lefifor th thfront the thefront
front lOd bdarece1vipg C hIUg al ac Qya ovation tlon as
ccming by land through Roumanl It Itlooked Itlooked
looked as It the presence ot these Tur Turkish Turkish
kish warships would be an Insurmount Insurmountable insurmountable
able obstacle but this obstacle was waspresently waspresently
presently overcome A series or gallant gallantand gallantand
and daring torpedo boat attacks was wasmade wasmade
made by the usslans by which the theTurkish theTurkish
Turkish Danube fleet was paral paralyzed paralyzedand zed zedand
and the Russian army triumph triumphantly triumphantlymarched ntb ntbmarched
marched southward toward the fatal fatalfield fatalfield
field of Plcvna Admiral Skrldlort Skrldlortthen Skridloffthea
then a youth was one of the Russians Russianswho Russianswho
who won distinction In these torpedo toroedoboat torpedoboat
boat attacks on the Danube twent twentseven twenty twentyseven
seven years ears ago agog and It would be im impossIble Impossible
possIble to speak too highly of the reso resolutIon resoI
I lutIon intrepidity and daring he heshowed h hI
I showed himself on that occasIon to topossess topossess
possess In the intervening years cars he hehas hehas
has perfected himself in the theory and andpractice andpractice
practice of naval s stience lence and onemt onemtlook onenuylook
look for a a campaign ot aj Jorblps > in interest h hterest
terest under his leadershIp leadershIpI
I their train pulled out of f thCslntl thit tatlbh tatlbhTrade > n nTrade
Trade here Is much affected b by the thew thewar
w war r Some of the banks have stppp Stopped Stoppeddiscounting
discounting bills 3nd buslne businets fi firms s are arenot arenot
not makingnew contracts p pfindingd pfindingdveloprnents ndlngde ndlngdeelopments
No Signs of Spr Spring SpringVlacthostok g gYladr
Yladr Vlacthostok ostok llarch March 4All I is qu qufiere quiet quiethere
here No Japanese arshlpshavc been beenseen beenseen
seen since Feb 25 when ten shIps were weresighted weresighted
sighted on the horizon but soondtit soon soonappeared
appeared appearedThe appearedThe
The Inhabitants continuE to leave leaveVladivostok leaveVladivostok
Vladivostok for Nlkolsk Khnbarovsk Khnbarovskor
or Europe Therenre no signs of spring
The Ice tsheavy is heavy and the cold Is severe severePOOL severeoc
POOL oc ROOMS MUST MUSTouisvihle GO GOLoulsme
Loulsme Ky riirch fThe court of ofappeals r rappeals
appeals t Frankrort tOd today overruled pe petitions pa
titions for a reTtearlng 1n the cases of the
Louisville pool rbomtJ and the Western
Union Telegraph l legraph company This decision
drives all rooms out of Louisville and
for the first time In man rnnnr years no bets betswill betswill
will be placed within the elt lty limits ilm1tsliS limitsGO1
Continued from Page 1 1without 1without
without It it It is set forth also thUt
where the first refuses consent to share
her hu husband band with another noth r w v fua tharjJje cSlie
would be de9trO destroyed d
Senator PEittusa Pctttus ked thc meaning
of the word destroyed in that sense
Mr Smith answered that she would
be destroyed by the Lord but that he
WM not informed just how the Lord
would go 0 about It ItThen ItThen
I Then it does not mean that the hue
band could de destroy tro her Senator Pet
tus asked askedNo
10 never neverNot
I INot
Not Really Necessary NecessaryI
1 take it then that th the quostionoC quostionoCgetting question ot otgetting
getting a wlres consent to marry again againmight againmight
might just as well he eliminated en
tlreh said ld Senator Beveridge BeveridgeJust BeveridgeJust
Just as well answered the witness
Senator Overman asked Mr Smith if
lie knew wheth whether r anyone any one ff the six sixpolygamist sixPolygamist
polygamist apostles had dls disobeyed > beyed the
law in regard to polygamous cohabitA
tion since the manifesto of 1890 1890I
1 do not kno know answered Ur tr Smith
r only know that they were In La Laatme thesame
same status of polygamy at the time of
the manifesto as I Vas myself 1 do donot o onot
not pry into theIr family affairs I am
happy to ssy y that I am not n spotter spotteror
or an n Informer I am not n paid sPY spy
Yet you might without being a paid paidSP3 paidspy
spy persisted Senator Overman Overmanr
r 1 know nothing about it As 1 have havesaid i
said before I un not a spotter or in
former answered the witness The Thewords Thewords
words spotter and Informer were ere hissed hissedrather hissedrather
rather than spoken spoltonOvermans spokenOvermans
Overmans Feathers Ruffled RufilcdKeither RuffledNeither
Neither am 1 n paid spotter or in
former retorted Senator nator Overman OvermanYet
Yet I know that In my town people
hove children I think you might an anser answer
ser that question without using the thewords thewords
words spotter and informer In that thatnlanner thatmanner
manner nlannerI
I bag the senators pardon the wit witness It Itnesa
ness responded respondedSe1 respondedSenator
Se1 Senator tor Dubois asked several ques queslions
lions directed to determine the Correct Correctnow correctflees
now ot the statements that not more
than 3 i or 4 per cent ot the Mormdns Mormdnswere Mormdnswere
were polygamists and said he believed
bo could show that n gre greater ter per cent centof centof
of them had been convicted ot the thecharge thecharge I
charge He asked Mr Smith how howmany
many of hIs predeces90rs had been beenmonogamists I
m monogamists and Mr Smith said he j
believed that all of them had plural pluralwives pluralwives
wives wivesLyman Lyman Also 0 Polygamist FolygamistAnd
And 1 believe you qald aid your oursucccs oursucccssor sdcces sdccessor
sor to the throne has more than one onewiCe onewife
wife said Senator Dubois DuboisI
I wish to correct the senator re responded responded
sponded the wltlle witness There Is no suc succ succensor
c censor to the throne throneSenator throneSenator
Senator DuboIs aild ld he would with withdraw withdraw
draw the offensive term thath that he mere merel merely
l wanted to ascertain that th tho SUcce suecesnor J Jsor
nor has been determined upon anti that thathit thathe
hit he Ip I now a polygamist T Te e w w1tnes w1tnesdin1itted n I1
q1titted that this was as the theiase theiaseQtIting ase 1
Q QtIting t1n CroD the new testqlnen n nntbr natbr
ntbr Boal IaU It Ia tatc tatea that t there therea re
Is Jl pcornrnand omII1and that ab a biShop Shop stU1U shall bc bcsob besob4P
sob sob4P and have oneit oneitl one vIfe vIfeATtleat
ATtleat l t one wife lIJi Mr Smith Int inter interruptcIL r rlupte
lupte lupteWell ruptcIL ruptcILWell
Well we dont construe It that way wayIn wayin
In Qurohurch Qur church sold Senator Hoar Hoaramid Hoaramid
amid laughter What 1 wanted to get getr
r at 15 this Now I know several bIshops bIshopsIn
a In our church who are bachelors Do DoytIuregard
Ouregard It n divine command that thattho thatthe
the b bishops hops shall have one wife 01 01more ormore
more What 1 want to know Is how howyou howyou
you construe that comman commanShould command commandShould
Should Have Experience ExperienceI
I believe the practice of pol polygaipy polygaipywas ga1p ga1pwas
was general among the Jews at the thetime thetime
time the scriptures were written aId aIdMr saidMr >
Mr Smith r believe that It was com commanded cornmended
mended that a bishop should be a mar married martied
tied man man because his duties made it itnecessaI ftneceshary
necessaI that he should be an expe experlenced experienced
rlenced man manHere manHero
Here the chairman had to rap laud laudh laudly
h to restore order in the committee committeeroom
room roomSenator roomSenator
Senator McComas took the witness witnefSIn
In hand to bring out whether as the thehead thehead
head of the Mnlmon church Mr Smith Smithhad I Ihad
had ever rebuked the apostles or the thechurch I Ichurch
church or teaching polygamy sInce the themnnifesto themanifesto
manifesto of 1890 and Mr Smith de declared dedared
dared No m member mber of the church has haseyer hasever
ever taught polygamy since that time timeHow tImeHov
How about Apostle Grant GrantMr GrantMr
Mr Smith asserted that the incident incidentover incidentover
over which the antlMomlon papers papershave papershave
have made such n hubbub had been beena
a declaration merely that Apostle Grant Granthad Granthad
had two wives That declaration the thewItness thewitness
wItness said had been made by Grant GrantIn
In a private speech and he had not nottaught nottaught
taught the practice ot the system systemWhot systemWhat
What would you do If the principle principleot
ot plural marrIages was publicly at attacked attacked
tacked 1 Senator lIcComas asked askedYe askedWe
We Ye would defend it said Mr MrSmi MrSmith
Smi Smith tb
tbDocuments Documents Submitted SubmittedWhen SubmittedWhen
When this point Wag reached and as asnone asnone
none of the senators desired to ask any anymore anymore
more questions ot the witness Mr Tay Tayler Taylet
let was instructed to put In the va various a arlous
rlous documents and books which he hed hedosired
d dosired slred to offer as e exhibits Iblts He said it itwould Itwould
would take him half an hour to read readthem readthem
them and the commIttee adjourned un unUl anlii
Ul afternoon afternoonWhen afternoonWhen
When the afternoon session of the thecommittee thecommittee
committee ppened Mr Tayler read from fromthe fromthe
the book Doctrine and Covenants the thefirst thefirst
first revelations of Joseph the seer seerat seerat
at Kirkland 0 In 1831 declarIng that thathe thathe
he had been chosen to receIve reela revelation I
tion9 and that none other should be bechosen bechosen
chosen until he Is taken and then to tobe tobe
be chosen through him only Many Manyother Manyother
other extracts from subsequent reve revelations revelations
lations were read Including that re relatlng relating
latlng to polygamous marriages and andthe andthe
the authority to seal for eternity or to toperform toperform
perform celestial marriages These Thesepassages Thesepassages
passages were incorporated Into the therecord therecord
record as a part ofthe testimony testimonyThe testimonyThe
The book on Mormonism by Brig Brigham Brigham
ham H Roberts was next taken up upund upand
und treated In the frame manner mannerPluml mannerPlural
Plural Xarriages Since 1890 1890Senator 1890enatorIoar
Senator enatorIoar Hoar In a lengthY statement statementgoln statementgoing
goln going over the testimony that has been beenintroduced beenintroduced
introduced said It would soon be beknown beknown
known whether Mr Tayler expects to tocontroert tocontrovert
controvert facts as set forth b by MrSmith Mr MrSmith
Smith that there have been no plural pluralmarrIages pluralmarriages
marrIages since 1890 but that those thosewho thosewho
who had plural wives would continue continueto
to care for them themI
1 expect to show said ald Mr Tayler Taylerthat Taylerthat
that many plural marriages have been beensolemul beenSolemnized
solemul Solemnized ed In Utah since 1890 1890And 1890And
And that llr Smoot had knowledge knowledgeof
of them asked Mr BeverIdge BeverIdgeWhether BeveridgeWhether
Whether with his knowledge I can cannot cannot
not 3y I cannot connect Smoots name namewith namewith
with every word 1 utter said 111 111Tayler MrTayler
Tayler TaylerI
1 expect to sllow that these mar marriages marriages
riages have been consummated among amongom amongoffiCers
om offiCers ers ot the church and that Sen Senator Senator
ator Smoot lS n a mem member er of that bier hierarch bierarchy
arch archy must have had knowledge of the thefact the1at
fact factArticles
Articles of Faith FaithlIany FaithMany
Many questions from the book called ca11edArtlcles calledArticles
Articles oC Faith were included In Inthe inthe
the rocrd oerd among them one which de declared deelaredthat
clared elaredthat that the chosen of God has the thesame thesame
same authority to teach hIs word and andmake andmake
make commands as powerful a as though thoughthey thoughthei
they came from the Savior himself hIrnseltThis himselfThis
This was read to sustain revelations revelationsto
to Joseph Smith jr or his suc successors successorsA essors essorsA
A pamphlet on the Thatcher episode eplgodeby episodeby
by Edwin G Woolley was read In Inwhich inwhich
which it was said that ir Thatcher per perslated persisted
slated In hIs candidacy for the senate senateon
on a platform not in harmony with the thewIshes thewishes
wIshes or the church the logical out outcome outcome
come would be to cut him oft from the thechurch thechurch
church It was stated also by Mr MrVoolley MrWoohley
Voolley Jt would be the same me it any anyother anyother
other person In the church should per persist perslat
slat In running for office In contradic contradiction contradiction
tion of the wishes ot the church churchMr churchMr
Mr Smith was then taken in hand handby handby
by the defense and questioned b by Mr MrVorthington MrWorthington
Worthington Mr Worthington called calledattention calledattention
attention to uan an apparent inconslsten inconslstenC
C Cr In regard to the authority of more morethan morethan
than one person to receIve revela revelations revelations
The Last Revelation RsvelntionMr
Mr Smith said that only the presi president president
dent c could uld receive revelations for the tl1eentire theentire
entire c church urch though every member memberor
or the church could receive revelations revelationsfor
for his personal guidance providing providingI providingthey
I the they liv llvcd worth to receive inspira inspirations inspiratiolis
tions from God GodThe GodThe
The last revelation reeehed accord according accordlug
lug to o l1r Smith was In lSS 1882 and came cnmeto cameto
to President John Taylor c calling lUng two twomen twomen
men to the apostolate apostolnteThat apostolateThat
That is it the only one in twenttwo twenttwoyears twentytwoyears
years said Mr Worthln Worthington WorthingtonThe ton tonThe
The only one except t tjie e manifesto manifestosRid manifestosaid
said Mr Smith SmithAn SmithAn
An Oversight OversiEhtVhy OversightWhy
Why Is It that th the manifesto does doesnot doesnot
not apo apopar > ar In the Doctrine and Cove Coveants Coveants
ants with the other revelations asked askedIr askedMr
Mr Ir Worthington Vorthlngton1t
1t 18 an oversight I should judge judgeI
I believe no now from what what1 have heard heardIt
It shoUld be In and I certal certaLnhy ly will use usemy usemy
my Influence to hove It Inserted In the thenett thenext
next edition published answered Mr MrSml MrSmith
Sml Smith SmithDo h hDo
Do you amend the Bible by pointing pointingout
out certain poInts that should not be betaken betaken
taken lIterally asked llr Worthing
ton tonNo
No we do not Interfere with the theKing theKing
King JalUe Ye version fion ot that book was wasthe wasthe
the answer answerDo answerDo
Do you contend the Bible should be beamended beamended
amended lIr Tayler asked of the theopposing theopposing
opposing counsel counselrell counselWell
Well rell I do b believe lie there are some somethings somethings
things In the Bible Mr Worthington Worthingtonwas
was saying when Senator Hoar Inter Interrupted interrupted
rupted hastily wIth the statement that thatsuch thatsuch
such di discussion ulSIon had no place in the thebearing thehearing
bearing hearingIsanifesto
Manifesto Put in Evidence EvidenceMr
Mr Ir Worthington put Into the record recordthe recordthe
the manifesto and many other docu documents
ments which had been Ignored b3o Mr MrTayler MrTayher
Tayler and then resumed questioning
the witness wItnessTtr
Ttr Ir Smith testified that the la lan rank making ranking
ing polygamous cohabitation 3 crime crimewas crimewas
was passed by the Utah territorial let
slature whIch was overwhelmingly overwhelminglyomposed overwhelminglycomposed
composed ot Mormons and that the theconsUtutlonnl theconstitutional
constitutional conv convenUon ntlon was also alsocomposed alsocomposed
composed ot It large majorIty of Mor Mormons Mormops
mops 50 that the existing laws or Utah Utahlegislating
legislating against polygamous coMb coMbItation
Itation really were the result ot the ef efforts
forts or Mormons themselves themselvesRference themselvesReference
Reference was made to the EvanS bill billwhich billwhich
which passed the Utah senate nate on onMareh onMarch
March 8 10 lOtfl 1i and a few days later the theouse thehouse
house ouse This bill provided that no pro prosecutons proaecutons
secutons for polygamous cohabItation cohabItationshould cohabitationshould
should be instituted except on com complaint cornplaint
plaint of husband or wife The Thewas Thewas
was vetoed by Governor Veils WellsSmith VeilsSmith
Smith Favored the Dill DillMr BillMr
Mr Smith had said he was in favor favorof favorof
of the blll and was asked why whyWell whyWell
Well it waS wa rather no personal mat matter maticr
ter with me I was one of those un unfortunat unfortunatee
fortunat or otherwise men who had hada hada
a a numerous family and aridwq w were werethe p e ethO
the preyot prey of n prying In1rvldua1 who whovhs lio liovlls
vlls vhs continually spying into matrimo matrimoI1 matrimotiI
tiI I1 l ret relhttons tlons t though if such n nP1ssed anaA
naA P1ssed pasredwould Jtiw Uld be n boon to toirt4elfaz
irt4elfaz yfself as well J kDa M < relief to those In Ina toa I
a similar position and put an end to
tb19 thin conUnUlll continualspotting pottJng ot our pdvate pdvatea1I peivateaffairs
a1I affairs lrs I pnk 11IEl a to 11 few frtend frienda about aboutt aboutthis
t this ls pm ihi b but t to nO noti 1 of the mem members ot ottl1 oftu
tl1 leI legislature legislatureSenator latUreu latUreuSen1uor
Senator Hoar naked a number of ofqu ofquelons
qu quelons tlong to eterntlne the relative relativeweight relativeweight
weight Of reelatl reve1atIoai IIp1 the law of ofthe ofthe
the land when the two Come into con contact contact
tact and asked particularly In regard regardto
to the old re1atlons retationsMr
Mr SmIth said that with the older oldermembe oldermembera
membe It was the effort to uphold the theInws thelaws
laws but with the Jr yennger unger oneswell oneswellthey
they were a little hard to control controlB controlBrigLng
B BrigLng agfng the question up to the litter Iqterper litterpers
per pers j s Senatar Iiqar I ar wanted to know knowwhat knowwflat
what MrSm1tih Mr Smith would do Jfth If tile rev revlatIons reve reveIfttiofis
latIons cOnflict with the law Which Whichvould Whichwould
would you u be be bewas was aSked aSkedPerhaps askedPerhaps
Perhaps PerhapsWith 4 4With
With me P perhftps P5 tM revelation revelaUonwould revelationwould
would be uppermost said Mr Smith SmltbCan SmithCan
Can you say P perhaps rhaps to SiUch a aquestion
question f interrupted Mr Hoar se severe severely
vere verely Continuing l1e said Suppose Suppose3oou Supposeyou
you receive n rev revelation elation commanding commandingyour
your people to do something which whichwould whichwould
would con coat t with the law of the land landVhlch landWhich
Which wo ffiJ I1 they have to obey obeyYhlchever obeyThichever
Yhlchever they pleased was the re reply reply
ply There Is no compulsion Then Thenhe Thenhe
he read from one ot the standards or ora1thorlt ofaathority
a1thorlt aathority aathorityLet I
Let no man break the law of the theland
land for he that keepeth the la laws 5 ot otGod ofGod
God hath no need to break the laws of ofthe
the land landMr landMr I
Mr Smith in answer to Sanptor Bev Beveridge Beveridge
eridge said that under the discipline disciplinethat I
that had h been en maintained for the last lasttwenty lasttwenty
twenty yeas the p peoplein oplc1n the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonchurch
church would obey the laws rather than thanany thanany
any revelation which might be in con confilot confilet
filet filotWhich
Which would you do asked Sen Senator Senator
ator Burrows BurrowsI
I should strive with aU my might to toobey toobey
obey the laws of the land said Mr MrSmith MrSmith
Smith and he added But I should not notlike hotlike
like to be put into a position where I Ishould Ishould
should be compelled to abandon my mychildren mychildren
children I could not do that thatMr thatMr
Mr Smith said that ne never had re received received
ceived any revelations direct from God Godbut Godbut
but that If any should come It might mightbe
be by audible voice inspiration known knownonly knownonly
only or heard by himself or as In the thethe thethe
the case of Joseph Smith jr who re received received
ceived the Book of Mormon in wrIting wrItingManifesto writingNanifesth
Manifesto a Revelation RevelationSenator RevelationSenator
Senator Bailey showed a great deal dealof dealof
of Interest In the subject ot the mani manifesto mantfesto
festo and directed n number ot ques questions questions
tions to ascertain whether that was a arevelation arevelation
revelation or a proclamation provoked provokedby
by the knowledge that congress Intend Intended intended
ed to Interfere wIth the continuance ot otpolygamous ofpolygamous
polygamous marriages Mr Smith said saidthe saidthe
the manifesto wag a revelation to Pres PresIdent PresIdent
Ident Woodrufr WoodrufrSenator oodraff oodraffSenator
Senator Dubois asked many qu questions questionsto < sUong sUongto
to determine the effect of the revelation revelationwhlqb revelationwhiqh
whlqb were contrary to state laws lawsopenIng lawsopening
openIng a new line ot Inquiry which whichon
on account of the lateness ot the hour hourIt
It was thought best not to go into be before before
fore tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The commIttee adjourned at 440 un untn until
tn 1030 tomorrow tomorrowFAIRBANKS tomorrowFAIRBANKS
Indiana Man Will Play Second cond Fiddle FiddletoRoos Fiddleto
toRoos to Roosevelt RooseveltWashington velt veltVashlngton
Washington March 4Tbe Star tonight tonightsays tonightsays
says saysSenator Senator Fairbanks will not r resist lst a amovement amovement
movement to make hIm the vice Ice presl presldentlnl prestdential
dentlnl nominee of the Republican party psrtyIf
If the convention nominates him he will w1l1accept willaccept
accept More than that he will not at attempt attempt
tempt to discourage efforts louk1n looking to tohis tohis
his nomination nominationIt
It Is only fair to S say that no explicit expUcltdeclaration explicitdeclaration
declaration b by Senator Fairbanks to that thateect thateffect
effect has been made The Indiana del delgatlon delgation
gatlon in Chicago Was convinced today todaythat todaythat
that Senator Fairbanks yielded Ielded to the thesolicitation thesolicitation
solicitation of men high in the councils councilsoutside councilsoutside
outside or Indiana to take second ond place placeon
on the national ticket ticketAlmost ticketAlmost
Almost wlthollt exception his clos closest closestpolitical > st stPOllticaltrlends
POllticaltrlends political friends have advised him In his hisown hisown
own Interest against accepting th the vice vicepresidency vicepresidency
presidency Influential ROPubllcans In Inthe inthe
the senate such men us Spooner AllIsOn AllIsOnand Allisonand
and Platt ha have urged him to take It Q Qthe citthe
the ground that he would strengthen the theRepublican theRepublican
Republican ticket especia1h In financIal financIalclrcle8 financialcircles
circles and that his first duty is to his Jusparty hisparty
party rather than to his own political pollt1cultuture politicalfuture
o eo eoDEBTS
DEBTS MUST ivs BE FAro FAroTopeka PAIDTopeka
Topeka Ken March 4General 4GenerallIanager 4GeneralManager
Manager Iudge of the Santa Fe today todayIssued todayIssued
Issued an order providing that any em employe employe
ploye of the road whose wages are aregarnisheed aregarnisheed
garnisheed will be suspended from ser servIce service
vIce until after the judgment is with withdrawn withdrawn
drawn Under recent court decisions decisionsthe decisionsthe
the company will be held liable for ford fordouble
d double uble payment in se several l states and andfor andfor
for the companys protection against againstthis againstthis
this the order is made madeCSJO nadee nadePOSTMASTERS
Special to The Herald HeraldVashington HeraldWashington
Washington March 4The following tOllowluSp08tmast followingpostmasts
p08tmast postmasts have been appointed appointedIdahoHone appointedIdahoHorseshoe
IdahoHone hoe Bend Boise 08unt
Lewis B Leee vice Ice Edwin F Stone re reahme re resiined
ahme siinedUuihSiguard
UtnhSlguard UuihSiguard Sovler county G Gertrude GertrudePsctoe rtrude rtrudePectoe
Pectoe vice M r D Myer Ltlgned LtlgnedVyomlngAUantic tesignedWyomingAtlantic
VyomlngAUantic City Fremont COtl1l COtl1lb cosuty
b Lawrence L GlossIer vice R C C Bunt Buntremoved Huntremoved
removed removedREVOLT o o
London larch iIn Ia a dispatch fr m mSalonlca mSalonica
Salonlca European Turk Turksy a cor corspondent corre correspondent
spondent or the DaU Daily Mall says a fresh freshInsurrection h hInsurrection
Insurrection has broken out In Albania AlbanlaThe AlbaniaThe
The districts or Mttrovltza and lpek rec
In open revolt and the Turkish autborltfes autborltfesappear aethorittesappear
appear to be paralY2ed paralY2edTERRIFIC paralysedTERRIFIC
Lima Peru March arcll 4A trmt tremendous tremendousearthquake ndous ndousearthquake
earthquake which did much damage oc occurred occurred
curred here at 520 this morning Nothing otbll otbllcomparable
comparable with It had been experlencf41 experlencf41during experlenceaduring
during the last lasttbirty tblrt years yearsINDIANA
Indianapolis March IThe RepUblican RepUblicanstate Republicanstate
state cuumlttee toda today called the state stateconvention stateconvention
convention fog April 23 and ST j at Indian lndlannpoUs Indianapohis
npoUs Rtlolutl Resolutions ns wr adopted endon endonIng endorsing
Ing PresIdent RObsevelt RObsevelto
Trenton N J March 4Jude Brad Bradford Bradford
ford in the L tTnited nlted States district district Court courttislay
tbdllY decided in favor ot oi the apnofnt apnofntment apsointrnent
ment at n receIver for the Unltitl Unit st States StatesFlreproofing tes tesFJreprooCing
FJreprooCing company of Pittsb Pittsharg PittshargDOWNT rg rgcJI
PUteburg March tThe St Standard csrd Oil Oilcompany Oilcompany
company today cut cu the price or petroleum petroleumcents petroleumI
I cents a barrel bn all 1llghgrades and andcents
2 cents cn the lower grades sradesMUNYON gradesMUtffO
TALKS TO WOrnEr WOrnErInnyons WOMENS3ranyons
Innyons WitchHazel Soap is really reallyskin s
skin food and vitalizer It nourishes the theakin theckm
akin just as much as food nourishes the
body It puts every pore into a healthy healthycthdition
condition assists Nature in throwing off offpoisons offp0150119
poisons from the body allays inflamma inflammation infiammation
tion cools cools soothes and heals all ir irritated irritatedparts tatal tatalparts
parts It cures chapped hands and lips lipsand lipsand
and all forms of clU chaffing ng No o soap no no10tionno nolotionno
10tionno wash ever made Will so quickly quicklyquiet quicklyquiet
quiet a baby babyeufforing suffering with prickly heat heaior heator
or any form of rash ns Munyons Witch WitchHnzel Vitch VitchkInzeL
Hnzel kInzeL Soap Its s soothing effect upon thE
little ones is is almost instantaneous I want wanteVery wantevery
eVery person troubled with hives or who whoistormented
is tormented by any itching to bathe bathewltk
with MunyoIra WitChHazel 5oip p u usinr usinrviithrnThotLiSTth in inw
w viithrnThotLiSTth f rn h trtstheskin skin can canbear beJtr Rell Relief Reliefvillhe f
willbe immediafe MUNYQN MUNYQNSold MIJNYQNSold
Sold cvc evcrwhe wh Price 1ij l cents
ItSB s a Reco Record d Brealier in this thisfORCED thisFORCD
These Values All A Day Long from 8 a m to 10 p m mFiiRCED mF
E1 Embroidered EmbroideredTurnovers Turnovers TurnoversHernetitehed rt 5c 5cHemstiLched
HemstiLched embroidered and andlace andlace
lace laceTurnover5
Turnoers Turnoers35C Turnover535C
WAISTINGS 20 G GHlgh1r CHighly
Highly mercerized imported 2
inch white wastlngs IIn in cheek cheekwee checkweave
wee very popular 1J pattern patternaM patternand
aM good early sprIn spring weight
Greatest value youve ouv seen at above Jiboveprice aboveprice
Advance showing ot beau beautiful ful new spring prlngwailts waists In InmlrcEorized
mercerized striped and fancy figured cottons dainty pin pindot pindot
dot lawns new novelty gra gray mixed cotton white IndIa Indialinens
linens fancy gray a anit c1 tan cotton voiles and pretty style stylenew stylenew
new mercerized sateen sateenThese sateenThese
These waists are aU beautifully tailored and tM style styleand 1 125 25 WI
fit and trimmings are almost exactly the FAme aB our ourhigh ourhigh F FEvery
high grade waists that are selling from t 45O to 1 100O OO r2
Every waist in this lot Is wo worth > rth at least 2 2 O O but we weotter weoffer
otter them in this Coreeel sale one day OAI only choice for forEVENING forLVNN6
75C to 125 125BELTS
BEL BELTS BELTSFor is isFor 12548c
For three hours from rom
7 to 10 p m we will sell 11
high grade peau de sole soletaffeta
taffeta poplin aDd pat patent pateat
eat leather and satin sattricombhiation satincomblziation
combhiation belt > made madein madein
in latest s styles Jee with le leest new neweat
est buckles and ama ornaments amainents
ments also the new newwide newwide
wide crushed leather
belts In gray tan etc etcwhile
while e they last at above abovprlcl aboveprice
We have not the che cheap cheapest p pest
est watch and clock ock repair repairshop repairshop
shop in Salt Lake b becituse becitusewe cause causewe
we have the best best7Phone bestPhone
Phone 65 for the thecorrect thecorrecttime correct correctto
to totimc
about where to Invest your our money safely safelyLook safelyLook
Look at the percentage paid by the Utah UtnbCommercial UtahCommercial
Commercial Savings Bank on yur yursavings ur urvlnp
savings vlnp and which you dont have to toworry toworry
worry over a at all It makes mossy for for1ou foryou
you while you sleep without aR any tsar fserot tsarof
ot loss in bad investments By all m means meansopen ans ansopen
open an acount In the Utah C Commercial Commercialt mmerdal mmerdalgn
t SavingS gn gnank Bank ank it may be tnt neat egg eggof
I IYou
of a fortune fortuneYou
You can bank with us b by man
2224 East First South Street StreetiNVEiWFIlD
In Effect Nov 22 1903 1903LEAVE 1903LEAVE
No G for Denver and East 821 M MNo I
No 2 for Denver aDd East 31i Pld PldNo PMNo
No 01 for Denver and Ealt asit Sti PM PMNo i iNo9
No9 No S for Ogden and local points 8e5 P1L PMNo I INo
No 10 for BinghlUn Heber Pro Provo I
vo and hiaryavale lld 8110 AM AMNo ft i iNe
N No 8 for Provo arid Eureka uick 500 PM PMNo
Ne 5Ftt O Ogden den and all Inter InterN Interir intermediate
mediate poinra > sees seesNo
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N No S for OgOn u nd dWeC1 West li0 AM AMNo
No 1 for O Ogden d n and Vest 145 14 PM PMNo5 PJLNo
No5 No 5 fo for O Ogden en and We t 10iO A Ai AiNo L LNo
No 141eofor Park Ctt City S1fi st AM AMARJUVE ti tiARRIVE
Nc 11 from rBm O Ogden den and 10 local localpoints < 1 1N 1n 1om
N No points 5 n from om Denver j and d East r JG4O 9OS t AM AMNo AM AMNo t tNo1
No1 No 1 from Denver n nd East 14t P M MNo IdNo
No 3 from rom Denver a cgtllt egt 11 r PM M
No It I tr from m Dtnghtun peber peberProvo yteberProvo
Provo and lIarSValb 00l 00 PL PLNo PMNo
No 6 from Ogden nnd West 810 AM AMio AMNo
io No 2 frt r O Ogden n md West est 3iiJ5 P PM PMNo L Lur
No 4 from On and WeSt 75 PM PMNo
No 7 from = Euieka ur and j Provo V = = l 1000 tit tittram AM AMNo
No Iei tram Park CI City 5 5is 1i Fn FnERFECT FMPERFECT
J li l Lam5 exw ex p Nos os f tfsto tfstointermediate t4i e atp t tintermediate
intermediate polfttl polfttlI1cket poitttSTicket >
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I A A n RPNTON roo G A A P D
3Sc cotton and silk St Stocks lcs beauti besutlful
ful destsr1 great variety rtetyo to toe toselect
select e frois 2 25c 25cSOc 5c 5ctile
tile Bulgarian and linen Collar and andCuff nd ndCurt
Curt Seta heavily embroidered imbroidereJa
colon hiceleso celeso15oMuslin Ja 35c
150 15oMuslin 15oMuslinGOWNS Muslin
1 1ftn
Ladles ftn fine muslin gowns In 1 1a alarge
large a of styles each lIIchtrll eachelse
else trll l with tth lab etnIiIroW etnIiIroWeIT emrotdcry
cry or hemstitched tucks every eVlTYone everyOne
one worth sies IiQ to be MId special spedaltoda specialtoday
toda today only at above price
25C 25CLadies 25CLadiesHOSE Ladies
HOSE HOSEFrom I IFrom 5c
From 7 to It p p m we wewill wewill
will dose out at above aboveprIce aboveprice
prIce the remainder o otwo of oftwo
two lines of So e hose f tladI 5Otconsidered
ladI considered 8X 8Xgood exiga exigagood
good values at tile repI repIJar regular
Jar price Be on hand handearly hamearly
early for there are only onlyabout onlyabout
about i dozen left leftTI
TI lIlol
I5C SjJkolines SjJkolinesIcOe Silkolines10c
BiKJfDI chaperO silk sllkoUIIeM silkeliasa
oUIIeM JIIqJe M amaH amaHoraI smallnol
nol IM rick high hleby highly
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Time Table TableI
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San Francisco CJl ClIvage age S Si fi
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pOln pOlnI pOinta pOintaOgden IO a m
Ogden Cache Valley and Inter Intermediate
I InterII5S
m mediate late points polntllFrom pointsFrom a m
From Ogd Ogden n Chleagq St LoW
Kansas CI City Omaha DeuverA
and San Francisco Fr1nclscoFrom Deuver4e5 P PFrom II
From Ogden Cache Valley
St Anthony Portland and S San Z
Franclseo P PDEA3 m IIIFor
For Ogden Omaha Chicago
Denver e Kansas tJlty and St
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LouIs LouIsFor a m mFr
Fr Ogd Portland St AD
thonJ Sea Francisco eo and ha
termedJate points polntsFor pointsFor 11 a Ii
For Qed Ogden en Omaha Chicago
Denver Kansas CitY St Louis Louisand
and Sn Franclsco FranclscoFer FraneMesFor P II
For O Ogden 1en = Cache Valley Den Denverr Denver
verr ver Kansas Sty Omaha St
Louis and Cllle Chicago ChicagoFor go goFor 54Sp Ii
For 08 Ogdsa Cache Valle Vliey Butte
Helena Pertaad San FraaI145 Fran Francisco
cisco and lat intermediate < medla peln pelnT pelnu pelnuT Pm
Traffic Manager
City ticket oCne l Main street Iele Ielepbone Telephone
phone S
CfJr2 San Pedro Los Losout Los1otji
1otji out Angeles Salt Sl01t Lalc LalcR LakDEPART
From Oregon Short Line D Depot pet Salt Lak
For Provo Lehl Falr1eJd 4
Xercur Nephi and Sa Sanpeta 31
Valley points polttsbor pointslOr a II
bor Garielt Beach Toeee
Stock Stockton Mammoth Ch ElKs
ka and Silver CIty 21
For Provo A 1Ierican Ferk
Lehl Jueb XUonf PrIII PrIIIao Prisen
en Calfeatsa and I Iuterme
diato ao points 15 p1I p1IARR1
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Lebi Juab Milford Fris Frisco FrMCo
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dfate palate jOIntaFrom S SFrom 1R
From Provo Lehi Fairfield FaJrfIeldM FairfieldMercur
M Mercur It Railway u and Jlofttts Sanpete Val 535 3 P i 5 5From II i
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Eu Eureka ekn Stockton Tooele 535
and Garfield B Beach eb
Dally Pullman Bur t Sleeping C Cai CaiService
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Cord Modena and CaH atUL CahteatesDirect atULDirect
Direct sta stage e smectia eCtIon for aU t11D12 t11D12dl rnlnta rnlntadistricts
dl districts 1ft 1 southern Utah 1 and Nevada NevadaCIty NevadaCity
CIty TIcket Office 31 I l Main ia S fltrret fltrretTelephone t tTelephone
Telephone 50 50E ISOB
E W GILLETT Gen Pane Agent AgantJ
J 1 L L HOORi iaooitcoinmereiat Commerela1 Agent AgentE5tabUs AgentEstabhisbed9d
E5tabUs Estabhisbed9d ed 111 160 Qfflett QfflettI
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