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I k THE SALT SALTL4E LAKE HERALD SATURDAY JULY 30 190 3
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HER HERSEWAs SE WAS NOT NOTEVEN N Not NotC T TEVEN
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EVEN SUSPECTED SUSPECTEDJennie
Jennie Vernon Masqueraded Masqueradedasa as asa asa
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Special S to The Herald HeraldCheyenne Heraldtheyennc HeraIdCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo WyoTGlt Jol IMasqucr IMasqucradtag 2LMasqucradtig Masqucr Masqucradhtg
adhtg aa a a man man doing doIn manual labor laborand laborand I
and living among rough uncohtli la laboring 1aboring ¬ I
boring men In Shanty Town in hi South SouthCheyenne SOuthCheyenne I
Cheyenne for two years ever guard guarding pard1n ¬
ing 1n ng her secret and with but few FU FUPcting fW fWpecting u upeetlng
Pcting her identity Jennie Vernon Vernonfinally Vfrnonfinally VtrnOflIThalty
finally gave up the straggle of life and andnow andnow andflow
now Ue lIeR dead at St t t Johns hospital hospitalfrom b bopitalrotfl pital pitaltroln
from rotfl cancer of the stomach Taken Takento
to the th hospital a few days da s ago as asThomas asThoma asThomas
Thomas Maxfield her wx x was as diwov diwovered dilfOvend difOVerd
end by the attendants a and an effort effortH effortwa
H was wa S made to learn something of her herfamily htrfamny hrfamily I
family before she died dif > d but Jennie J nif Ver Vernon YellIon ei ei7on ¬
non did not want the world orld to know of ofJir ofr I Ih
Jir h r past life and died with the secret secretin eretj ret retin
in j her own heart heartSome heartSome heartSome
Some effort has been put forth f rth by the theauthorities theautltorltif theauorJtp1
authorities S to learn of the past history historyof
of this thl strange woman but without withoutresult withoutreault
result The Herald correspondent correspondentafter eorre9ponentafter Jrr ntient ntientafter
after working on the ease l t for several severalliouns steral1u srera1hours I
hours 1u learned much that heretofore heretoforelias ht hertbforeIa >
lias 11 Ia been known only onhAo o those who whowre whore i
wre re intimately inUma tey arquainfpd vftth tth th the thewoman theWOman
woman woman and thfa Information In forma tion may re result re3Olt retult ¬
sult In the diaclosuru of her past life lifeWas lifeWstarrIod Ife IfeWas1rrarrled I
Was1rrarrled Was Married Woman WomanJeaate WODlaRJeJlnSe WomanIeuni
Jeaate Vernon Veii n n came to Cheyenne Cheyennefrom Chyennefom
from Pueblo eb1b Colo July 28th 1902 1902She 190She 1902She I
She was accompanied by Al Vernon Vernonwho Yfrnol1who Vernonbo
who bo was w killed in the Weat Cheyenne Cheyenneyards Cheyenneyards J Jon
yards on May 20th IS03 1 The patr patrlived i
lived in a hut in SoutJ Cheyenne e and andreoently a andreoenUy ud
reoently reoentl Jennie Vernon told a friend friendthat friendth3t friendthat Ii Iireoentl
that she and Af Yernon emon werenan wer ian and andvife andik ftd
vife vifeA iffA ik ikA I
A A Vernon and Jennie came qa to Pueblo Pueblofrona Pi1ofrom tiJ tiJfrom
from Pitteburg Itansas 1tan8 u where Vernon Vernonowned Y non I Iownd
9 owned a valuable house anda an other otherproperty otherproperty otherroperty
property which whichJte lie sold before bt f Tomtng Tomtngwear mlng omtnges1
i wear es1 Aside from these facts little Iitt1 is iskno 115nO Isknown I
kno known nO vji l of Vernon VernoaShortly VerbODShortly VernonShortly
Shortly after the death of Verno VernoJ VernoiTnri
J Jfnrif Tnri nrip got on a drunk and was thrown throwninto throwninto thrownInto
into jail j < it After serving a short sbortt sen sentence seitefle ¬
tence t ti she he returned to touth tieyennie tieyennieKontuckian beyenn beyenno yenne yenneSInd
o SInd took up residence with David Aue AueJt
Jt Kentuckian wfce w is i employed in the theVtiktu te1lIlon 11eridon
Vtiktu Pacific1 yards ards as a wood chopper chopperAue chopperlle chopperAie
Aue lle never suspected Jennies s ex x un until uotil until ¬
til a few weeks ago when she admitted admittedthat admittedhat admittedthat
that hat shf hf was not a man and that Thos ThosIMaxfield ThosMaxfield TheeIacfie1d
IMaxfield was not her tree name She Sheobjected Sheb Sheobjeeted
objected b ted to going jnto details but Aue Aueearned Aulearned Aue1earne
learned 1earne earned much about her pact life lifeMetaer lifeMether lifeNether
Nether Still Living lavingtoday Livingtoday Livingroday
today Aue A e informed your correspon correspondent eenespondent cerrenpondent ¬
dent that Jennie Vernon w wu 47 ye YMI YMIof yeIrie yeIrieof i iof
of a age e and that she leaves a marrf marrfdaughter marrid r
daughter and grandchildren in j a atown snvall snvalltown 11 11ton
town in Mtasouri Ml Aue could not fe fem re re1Df1Dber re remember
m member mber the name of the place He Hepays HefCa Hetas
pays fCa that Jennies motl1er motbervcho Who te IBJflery IBJfleryold very veryJennie veryutii
old and feeble Jive 1ft t Nufte arne town tOWDr townJerinie
r Jennie Vernon left Missouri eV8t eV8ttan eveflreara ev evyears
years tan ago and about the same me time
donned mans attire Herfirst Her list hus hu huband ¬
band was W I dead and being unable I unablto unabltoiake to tomake tomakE
make a living at home she he set out for forthe forthe forthe
the west o8t She he said as a man she could couldg eouldgel
g gt gel > f better Jobs and receive re more nay p y
than as a woman and after once oncechanging ornehanging oncerhanging
changing to mans clothes she liked it itso itEo Iteo
Eo well eU she he e concluded to abandon abandonskirts abandonskirts abandonskIrts
skirts forever foreverDuring fon foreverDuring > ver verDuring
During the Ih past year Jennie Jen Ie Ver Vernnn Yer3100e er ernonlI
nnn nonlI health h alth failed rapidly She drank drankto
to excess and often went ent for many
days without partaking < of food Re Recently Betl Reteiitiy ¬
cently tl she became CD weak that she shecouM sheouWl sheCOUld
COUld not help herself at alL aiLday Three Threedays Threedayn
days ago a physicians pb7 phyaie eiawere were called ea1l d in and andit aAdit andIt
it was wa then that thath her true sex became becameKnown becameThe
Known KnownThe knownThe
The remains will be buried tomorrow tomorrowin
in n the potters field as all efforts to tolind
find relatives have ha e failed failedHOME failedCI failedHOME
CI GIt GItHOr
HOME HOr E FOR THE I HE BUREAU BUREAUReal BUREAUi BUREAUiRe
Real Re I Estate Esta e Men M n Secure SeureLoca SeureLocation Loca Location ¬
tion Fine Mineral Exhibit ExhibitPart ExhibitPart ExhibitPart
Part of the Plan PlanThe PlanThe
The Real Estate association is plan planning plan11iag ¬
1 fr ning to open one of the most attractive attractiveoffices attractivecfllcee i
offices in Salt Lake for the use of the theLurenu j jbureau 1 1ureau
bureau ureau of information that it proposes i it jt
t conduct for the benefit of the city i iIt
It l1 has been practically p ttcUy deckled to toure se j
< ure the around floor of the Mortan Lorlanbhck I Ibl t
bl bluek < ck a few doors west est of Main in hiSecond Inteond
Second South SoJit street This is considered coftScleredt i ith I
th t h moat inosteLigiIe eligible location in the city I
2 ight in the heart of the bosiness dis district diet I It
trict t rictaHd rict aid Jtd accessible bIe toall to all tourists touristsThespian touristsThdpisn
Thespian of the brown IN ta expanding expandingEomewbat xpalH expandingromewhet ng ngfomebat
I
Eomewbat from the original v rtglna l idea Now Nowii Nowit Newii
ii is the intention Ola to hare aa attract altractie attretlverotm ivev ivevrovm
rovm 1 m fitted in the beet of strle and andl andlrg andLirge j
liirg rg enough en b to include a comprehen i ifive IFive iIive
five display of the mineral wealth of oft ofthe I It
t the he entire state of Utah San Francisco Franctecolias Franciscolas < o o1t5
las 1t5 a dhptay d df this kind open to all alltourl antourilttl alltourIs
tourl tourilttl s it t te one of the attractions of oftht ofth o oth
th eoat city lty especially to those inter interested inteipsted ¬
p ested in minerals The Intention is to toJiHve toute tolutva
JiHve ute a similar institution here and a the theHeal theILeaI i ita1
Heal ta1 Estate association Intends to have haveM
v M collection oI tiOll of ores find IHL nd other othermiQerals othermiQeralsthat minerals mineralsthat I
that will do full ull justice > to tbe mining miningdistricts miningdiltrhts miningd
districts d trlets of thE state sta stateTh t > j jThe ITbe
The Th bureau is to be placed to charge chargeof
of f a bright brightinr hustling puMfe pu puoung sptffted j jyoung t
young oung man aad it will ill be supported by bycontributiabs byeontributions j jcontributions
contributions from fro members m m rs of the as anrwIatil i irociati I
rociati fodatin > p and other men interested Int in inthe j jthe
the material mat rial advancement of o 3t sJt Lake lakeity J JCity J JCity I
City ity It will be opened in a few daysThe days ya j
The he errtUrar wilibe win be named nam Monday Mondaynight XcmdaTnilrlat 3oudayrtigM
night at a t the t special meeting meetingCOUE3 meeUf1ooURT meetinga meetingCOURT <
a
COURT NOTES NOTESMb OTBS OTBSMabi I
MbfI Mb J 1 McOorac Jkconc MeCura tc wa was yesterday yesterdaycrant yesterdaygrant4 tenIIaT tenIIaTrantl
grant4 crant rantl l a divorce br i r Jud Judge Hall from fromtieorg fromtIeOr
tieorg tIeOr F McConwac end nd was rwtoredto rwtoredtoh restored to tober to1r
h ber r imai JOaioln < len name na Mabel > 1 Jones Jo Tb Tboouple TbCOQple ThOUPie I
oouple have been Married since nee March larcbreWlion Marchleserion s sreserrion
reserrion reWlion and cruelty are ar the grounds for fortne fortfte fortfle
tne separation Sfpa rat Ion The wife I b given th thcuatody thUIIUd theuaWdy
cuatody UIIUd of a child Melvin Eli 3 weeks weeksIfUen weekso
o nm
IfUen Ien n O Young You Arch McLarty and andKnwte aDdKnwte andKimte
Knwte E Nester tJttI have ba commenred < QII1 nNd suit suitagainst suitgabUH suitagainst
against Taylor Br Bfothrs thvrs Cannon to toquiet tu4ulet toquiet
quiet title to lot ii M hlk < k 7S S plat platlIerhc A AHerbert AHerbert
Herbert > rt J Ffcrncy Yam < ha commene Com commeneetl ae sniH sniHagalnst suHagainst sui1gaInt
against tbe Oregon Short Line Railroad Railroadcompany RailroadNJmpul1 RailroadUmILIIY
company for damages amounting to to0JO 29 29OJ 20 20t
0JO t Farner alleges that while employed employedon plc plcn
on n the railroad codiDanvs eod pan s bridge rIp on Aue Auer Au Aur
r last he h bad an Unsafe place pla on which wblda1u
10 work and was injured jured by being twin thrown tbrowbfrom throwhfrom throwntrom
from a gallows frame which tipped over overJle 4nerlIt everAle
lIt claims his back loIns hip up and andere leg legwere legs legswere
were ere injured and hhfjright bt arm broken brokenM brok n nM
M Trac was granted ra ted a divorce dlvor e from fromAlfred tronllfftd fromlfred
Alfred lfftd S Tracy by Judge TucI Hall yesterday yeaterdayon JMt > tday tdayH
on H n the grounds of desertion de D The wife is ispiven 15Jiv isgiven
given Jiv n th tht custody < o of a 3yetO1d yearow ye son sonGorjr 8OnGeorg sonGeorge
George Kipp now seTTing a tfcreeyear tfcreeyearsentence UllneyeatfeontenCf thresyetIentsoce
sentence in thepenlteatiaTjr thepenJteIIt the penilentliry 117 on the thef charge chargef
< > f burglary rglary will be examined for forfty bwan biosahy bwanity
ity by Judge Morse orae today He was sea sentenced Ieateneed seat ¬
t tenced lest November
7 Judge Hall yesterday granted E Ogden Ogdena
1 a divorce from fro John F Ogden on the thegrounde thetrroUDCk thegrouni
grounde grouni of cruelty
For stealing pies and cakes to the value valuenf TahIeof valueof
of a dollar from fro the residence of K Lar Liarpen LarEen Larcen
pen in Rhrerton precinct p act Chris Fred Predcrieke FredcrIcce
crieke ell waa chargea eblUT with burglary y yYELLOWSTONE yes
tErda terday terdayYELLOWSTONE
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YELLOWSTONE PARK EX EXCURSION EXCURSION EXCIJRSION ¬
CURSION CURSIONBound CURSIONAugu CIJRSIONAiigtist4
Augu Aiigtist4 Aiigtist4Itaund t4 t4Round
Bound trip from Salt Lb only
4 548W This covers en all necessary n rail railand railand railJ
J and stage transportation atJon and hotel hot l ex expenses exp8Dses oxpenses ¬
penses beycmclMoniua for the seven sevendays Clevendays sevendays
days tOUT The party wil WI be limited limitedto
to fifty persons See Short Line agents agentsfor a agenifor ent
for faxthfr f rthrr jiarticuiars anil n oii = k fi fiillustrated fn111Ulltrated Iir Iirilluetrated j
illustrated folder of f tee park
l
LOCAL LOCALBRIFS LOCALBRIFSiALIT BRIEFS BRIEFSTALfcOT
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TALfcOT TO PREACiL PRlAClLRev Her H HTaIIIIot 1iTaibot X XTalfeot
Talfeot wm preach pre atOut t the 1k Bl Dlff S3 M E Eehorch K Keach k kebeech
each at 11 a a m tomorrow tomorrowCITIZENS te tomorrowCITIZENS 1lorrow 1lorrowCITIZENS
CITIZENS I If ATrHALOJSED Judge Judgelicit J JUan
licit leaned IHIII naturalization naturalizationnew ento peera n ndUDaft nIne nInen
new n w dt citizens betas yesterday yesterdayexpected TIle nn9k is isted isexpected
expected = ted to continue throughout t t next acxtweefc DertTL nextweek
week weefcJANITORS weekJANlToR
JANITORS TL lTOW PAYDATClertc P YDA CJerk UJt L LJtzd J1ft1d 6d or ofthe orthe orthe
the board b of education yesterday after afternoon afttrnoon ltftnOOll ¬
noon announced that the janitor of the thepabli tlMpublk thepubIk
pabli < schools con reedy their pay P8 to today today tOday ¬
day for the mouth JnUIIt ot July JulyPLATE JulyPLATE JulyPLATEGISS
PLATE PLATEGISS GLASS FRONT FRONTTM Tlw aid o d front frontof trootof frontof
of Basra Thompsons 8 building on the past pastside JJtof eastside
side of Main street between Second and andThird andThlnl andThird
Third Sooth baa been n torn out und win wtHbe wintoe willte
be replaced with a modern plate smas smasfront gjs5trout
front The work is now ow well under der way waySYMPTOMS waySYMPTOJd waySYMPTOM8
I
SYMPTOMS OF TTP TTPHOIDD OnX D Me MePberson McPbeson te j
Pberson Boy connected COD1IededWlth with the Glue Glasgow GIttswOW Gluegow ¬
gow OW ft Western KxptorathM company companywas
was s taken to t St Marks hospRs yester yesterday yesterday fIter1 ¬
day afternoon 8 eJltOOD with symptoms ef typhoid typhoidThe typhoidrho
The case aa te not regarded as serious seriousNE I INEW
v vXEW
NEW NE OGDEN OGD FIRM FliULnr Por the purpose purposeof
of carrying calYi on ona o a general sen ral mereaMHe thepurpr1 beet business 1NeInpq beetflees ¬
ness in Ogden n J H F Lt J H IIThomas HThomas
Thomas Mae Thomas A O Afyers and andJ a
J W F Volker > have incorporated on onder finder i ir
der r the name of Last A Themes The Thecorporation Thecorporation
corporation Is capttanxed at flOC6 atlOI8IRADE 11OiO11ADE flOC6TfcADE I
TfcADE CONDITIONS CO D1T10NSSpe1cInc Speaking of ofaffirm otlocal oflocal
local trade conditions Braclatreets says saysthis earsthis
this week WAoIaatertl ta various line IlnOaffirm
affirm present conditions are satisfactory satisfactoryas atlstactOlTcompared aLISfCtOrTcompared
as compared with lib previous ft se88OD8 canon Tour Tourlet I IJ
let J t travel n baa keen n a factor in relieving relievingretail 1 1retail
retail dullness fIL The stock et market Is list listless hatless
less 1 and collection fair fairPATENT fairPATENT
PATENT OK 0 A PIN PINMr Mrs E J JPUhe JPUhes Pithey PAthe3a I
5 s a Church street nas just j received a apatent aPltent apatent
patent on a safety rety pin which win no nodoubt nodoubt nodout
doubt improve the tb household bou article The Theinvention Theinvention I
invention is I ow of her owe o and is com composed cornposed ¬
posed of two prong p that are Inserted meerteathrough lMertedtbrou Insertedtbrourh
through tbrou h the fabric and then a snitW cov covers coven coYera ¬ I
ers the points of the prong preventing preventingthem prtVfoUntiKm prevenUligthem
them from iommp Omln through the die cloth A Asliding AslidIng Adiding
sliding guard controls < the sorto which whichhoids whichhoids leb I
hoids ho ds the th pin closed ana cammt caarot be re released toleased
leased until the guard is vnCaeteaed vnCaeteaedDEXIKS unfAetfilltedDEXTJoS anfateeedDENIES
J
DENIES DOG IS Y VIClOtSMrsJsephlne VICIOUSMrs clOrsrSJMephlne
an aftec aftecnoon fler flernocn
Josephine Fredertekson yesterday ye I IDKIn
noon pleaded d not guilty to a charge e of ofkeeping orkffplng ofkeeping
keeping a vicious i < ious dog Her trial was set setfor setfor setfor
for next Tuesday Charles barle8 Krogh K h of 7 7Euclid 1Euclid IEuclid
Euclid avenue west is the t complaining complainingvitntss coaqlahitngwitnoes i ivltnuli
vitntss Krogh alleges that white bUe his hislittle hislittle i ilittle
little daughter was making maid mad wee sl slras She SheTas shewas
was bitten by Mrs FrederlelWDas F erJebMI erJebMIIrs dOg dOgMrs og ogMrs
Mrs Frederickeon maintains that the theanimal theanimal theanimal
animal is by nature t1 e gentle Ue and she will willfight winfi wiltfight
fight fi ht to hold on to her herPAYING herP herPtYING
PAYING P IXG POLL TAX T TAXStreet XStreetSuperln XStreetSuperlntt Street Superin Superintendent Superlntendent ¬
tendent tt ut S M Seddon announced annou ced yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day that the poll tax ta receipts for the themonth thenoatb themouth
month of July would amount to about aboutL9M about9M aboutDelinquent
L9M 9M Delinquent notices have been beenout sent sentout sentout
out to the number of tOO m the tMltIst hist J few fewdays fewda8 fewdays
days and persons are paying up upin in in quite quitelarge quitela quItelarge
large la numbers The receipts ft fr r the theother theour theother
other months were April 5S > May MayL0 Iay Iay1f
1 1f L0 June tiWft 1 ieu This ear > each CMchpre CMchprectnct pre prectact proelect
elect will 111 have street work done accord according accordIng accordlog ¬
ing to the amount of the taxes paid paidtherein p paidtherein id idtJterein
therein thereinMAYOR tJtereinMA thereinMAYOR
MAYOR MA YOR APPROVES LKVlMayer LKVlMayerMorria LBrY LlVYMayerMorris laY8r laY8rMorrta
Morris yesterday e signed the tax levy levyordinance lenontiDaDeend levYordinance
ordinance ontiDaDeend and nd the contract let to P J JMoran JIoran 3Moran
Moran for laying all flftaeninch water watermains watermains watermains
mains m m tbe city which were passed ed by hythe bythe bythe
the council at th Ute last Ia S eee MOM He vetoed vetoedthe vetoedthe
the resolution of Councilman Neohausen Neohausenappointing Neuhausenappointing oohausenappolD
appolD appointing Ag a heRding bu diDb inspector tc serve serveduring servedurt serveduring
during durt UK Illness of F W Lewis the thepresent thepresept thepresat
present incumbent btcu t The reason given V8l1 IB IBthat Istbat I Ithat
that Xr fr Lewis is about recovered reeov and andable andable
able to attend att nd < to his duties so another anotherman anotherman anotherman
man is not necessary s Other minor reso resolutions resohltioDs roselutbous ¬
lutions were approved approvedPERSONALS appro approvedn approvedPERSONALS ed edPERSONALS
n
PERSONALS PERSONALSJoeeuh
Joeeuh J Geojajesan Ge9 epn left on Friday FddayeYeD FddayeYeDfOl even evenlug ven ventajR
lug for a busIness trip to San SaaFnuletecoo SaaFnuletecooJ JPraiietECo JPraiietECoJoaoph lrraaeiecotJoas4i
Joaoph J Hatch a well known knownmePt iriieochaHt iriieochaHtof I etulint etulintof Uint Uintof
of Heber itan a ta the city yesterday hya hyanCilJte an anregistered and andrIetered
registered nCilJte at tile > Cullen CullenG C ll 1 1Q
G S Holmes proprietor of the Knuta Knutafor4 Knlltr1 Knutafd
for4 hoteL hot left last evening eVe g for a two twoweeks twoW twOweks
weeks b ncs trip to Lea 10 Angelea AngeleaV AaselesLeonarel
lv V A Leonard of Ptwblo Cole a rail railroad railread 11 11road ¬
road contractor Is registered reg tered at tb the New NewSouthern XewSGuUletJI NewSouthern
Southern on his way to Nevada NevatlaitQTe whore ne heeXts beexpects netpects
expects to t accept eontracts an th the Clark Clarkjflroad Clarkr Clarkrarosd
jflroad r lllOMhr rarosdCharles jflroadCharles
Charles hr Gellioh Gel o of Goj Goppetialid ertand Ann Anstralia Anntrlia
tralia a mining mi in expert is stopping at the theKnateford meKautaJlord tleICanteford
Knateford H He is invest Investigating atiac Ameri American Amen Amencan Amer1ca ¬
can ca mining nlag methods in the various varJe fields fieldsia
ia the we westA we t tthe
A Bo Ii Sywse of At1iiso tcb Oft a an arrived arrivedthe arrivedthe
the city yesterday ay on his semiann aemijnnual aemijnnualplait nual nualsit al alirlsit I
irlsit plait sit to the Syrnns rtak rta Grocery com comBany comn cornpany
Bany n In which he is financially inter interefted intereted I
efted He is at the Cullen CullenCount CulIflCount I
Count Montague an officer of the theFrench theFrench
French army alIDYat at Paris i Ie registered at atthe atthe atthe J
the Knutotford d H He is maxim 11taX1 a a tour of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Vnked States and Is IncUatitaliy caak caaking making snaking
ing an investigation In tigation of wfttory condi conditions conditions condittons ¬
tions in America AmericaMisses cati1l AmericaMisses
Misses fS Minnie and 1indJIee AHee Stromberg Stromberrdau Strombergdau6ters Strombergdaughters
dau daughters fct re of Alfred Strowtoars vice vicepresident vicepresideit Icepft
president pft of the Strombeig g Oarlstoa OarlstoaTelephone CarletORTelepbone CuristonTelephone
Telephone Mannfacturhtg annacturln company eoNU are aretbe aretbe arethe
tbe guests I of Mrs C O Harris at the theNew thee theNew
New e Southern ru hotel hotelTWO hotelTWO
4 a aTWO
TWO EMINENT EMm VISITORS VISITORSFareigner VISITORSPesIgncr I IForeigners
Foreigners of Note Investigate Western Westem west western ¬
ern em Mines MinesAvon 1nes 1nesAvon I IAvon
Avon Stlbral and H H Albert two twoeminent twoemin twoeminent
eminent emin nt foreigners arc in the city and andregistered andtereCl andregistered
registered tereCl at the Wilson WII The flrst flrstnamed rtnamed Ilcatnamed
named is imperial commissioner ef the theempire theempire theempire
empire of A Austria tria at the Worlds orlds Fair Fairand Fatrand Fairand
and Mr Albert Is the German commis commissioner eommbJsIoQer commiaeisner ¬
sioner of o mmes and metallurgy metal at the thefair tIetair thefair
fair The latter said last ni nlJat ht I Iam Iam f fam
am en rtute rtl to Butte Helena H lena Semitic Semiticand Sositloanti
and other places in the west wBttO to study stadymines t1f1 t1f1mines studymines
mines and mining I went through throughthe I
the mines at Cripple Creek and Lead Leadville LeadUte Leadrifle
rifle Ute Colo 010 and saw the smelters at atPaebto atPufttle atPueblo
Pueblo and DftITer I > e ver I met von TeilStl SU SUbral stibral t
bral by chance or accident in Glen Glenwood GIenwood Glenwood
wood Springs Cole > and we came here heretoseUer heretogether j jtogether
together He left his large 1a staff in St StLouis StLout StLeuls
Louis and is on his hi way to San Fran Franrisco FrandS Fran1SCO
dS risco O Portland and other ot r jriacert on the thePacific thePaCi thePai60
Pacific PaCi coast There are some big lead leadand leadaacI leadand
and zinc inc mines ml in Germany but no nojtold nogold nogold
gold and silver mines like 4n this thtecountry tldscountry thiseOunti
country eOunti We set considerable 1MIId rable silver stiverhowever dverhoeer silverhowever
however from our lead ores We Ve al aiM also j jso
so Lave e large coal mines and pot potassium potaitqum petasslum ¬
assium mines I shall visit t your 0111 smel smelter smelter smelter ¬
ter tomorrow tomorrowSTENO tomorrowSTBNO
tomonoo
o 1I I ISTENO
STENO CLUB MEETSS MEETSSAbout MEET MEETboll MEEThout
About boll fifty members mbfn of the Steno Ste o club clubhei dU dUc1 cluheld
hei held c1 < 1 a meeting ing Thuixlay stoning eni at their theirclub tbelrdub theirclub
club rooms in the Security urlt Tract build building bulWin buildins ¬
ins in and elected the following foHoWi officers officersFre ers I Ipyhhnt IPredent
Fre pyhhnt kK > nt Imer Pe Pet t rice > president pr t Mil Mildred Mudyed IU IUdftd ¬
dyed Lang secretary tar Agnes A Swan cor corropdnding COrPdndfng correapMdlng
ropdnding secretary stc1etar J JFraak Fraak 1 Pflug Pflugtreasurer Pftilt ITflugtreomor
treasurer t J Harvey Han Ashby A bby pram agent agentJ
J 1 K Wllmime re Ibe chairmaa S of pr INO programme programmecomfttee sramm srammAt mMe mMeAt
comfttee < Nellie Robertson RobertsonAt
At the meeting P Q McCann McCannexhibition cave an anexhibition anexhibition
exhibition of speed pe d on the typew typewencouraged tYJHWlfter and andeneuuraged
> encouraged e tQUr d th te members of the etch d b to touecom toJROre tobecome
become uecom morerprofldent more proficient In this branch aD41 of ofthe Cthe ofthe
the work In the > near n future shorthand shorthandand shorthandand sherthandand
and typewritIng tl > writm exhibitions will be given givenby sivtnby givenhr
by tilt > different members JIIe1II rs of the club and andsome andsome j jIIOIIHI
some Interesting contests < are looked MekedfOr tor torSfe rorSee I
gGJ I ISfte
See our Kc window iCI6Ods Ooods ra to there therethat therethat therethat
that cot cost = t u 1UJ 2M IO eairh sale price 25c 25cRICHARDSON icRlCHARDSQX 2cUCHARDSON
RICHARDSON vt ADAMS ADAMSi2 ADAMS181n
i2 2 Main street streetPROVO streetPROVO 9t 9tO 9tPROVO
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200 200July 200July 200July
July 30 Good Until Aug 1 1Good 1Good 1Good
Good mihtog Splendid family fI1I resort resortat resortat
at Upper Falls Delightful urrountf iurroundLags urrountflng noulHlIngg >
lng Lags Cool canyon breeaes b No Nomos Nomosquite mos mosquitef roesqulte I
quite Train leaves Salt Lake SfQ SfQpm i ip R RPM
pm p returning returnhP leaves Upper Falls 9 9pm apm 9pm
pm Sunday SUftd y and 316 pm Monday MondayKOLITZ lDndayca blondayKOUTZEXCURS1ON
ca I IKOUTZ
KOLITZ KOUTZEXCURS1ON KOUTZEXCURS1ONTo EXCURSION EXCURSIONTo
To Ogden OgdenSunday Sunday July 31 31Special 31S 31Special
Special S al train leaves D Do R R G depot depotM d pot pot1t
M a m Returning leaves lea tea Ogden 10 p pm pJ pIn
m BBcycles carried free t on the train trainSplendid trntnSpJeedld trainSplendid
Splendid outing for everybody Re Retcotitments RetD Ret
tcotitments tD t hmnts served free on train Trout TroutAttd Troutad Troutlad
lad chicken dinners at the Hermitage HermitageWw Hennltae11Iitft Hermitageletre
Ww letre JLW L01 for the round trip tripRoy trirno tripRoYkI
no RoYkI Roy Breadwon Bread won Us ts popularity opularJtyon opularJtyonmfrft on onmtrit onnienit
mtrit AH grocers sell it It None gen genuine genune genuine ¬
uine without our label with lth the t e crown crowni crownL4 wn wnr
r GiI GiILt
Lt L4 i of suits breHin brek ln i lots Sttre SUl price priceand pricetI pticet
tI t > and 600 600 Cost us twice this thisnt thisr
t r < nt
ntRICHAIiDSON RICHAIiDSON ADAMS ADAMSj DUI
j 172 1 Main street
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JAPS CELEBRATE CELEBRATEOVEB CELEBRATEOVE CELEBRATEQVEF
OVEB OVE WAR AR NEWS NEWSReport NEWSt NEWSReport NEWSReport
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Report of Fall of Port Arthur ArthurArouses ArthurArouses ArthurArouses
Arouses Enthusiasm EnthusiasmSOME Enthusiasmf EnthusiasmSOME EnthusiasmSOME
f
SOME DOUBT OOUTgXPRESSED OOUTgXPRESSEDWIL EXPRESSED EXPRESSDBEFORE EXPRESSEDI
WILL WIL WAIT FOB aONFIRMAmON aONFIRMAmONBEFOR OONPIBttADIONBEFORE
BEFORE OEEDITOfG OEEDITOfGThe OR NEwS NEwSI BWS
4 4The I
The report that Port Arthur abs wfcstaken
taken by b the Japanese Ja1Ja army ann received receivedin
in the city yesterday afternoon caused1IftJ1sualexdtet causedturpaunt caused causedj
j unusual 1IftJ1sualexdtet excitement ent and enthusiasm enthusiasmamong en enthusiasmamong usiasm usiasmamong
among the Japs of Salt Lake Eddie E4c1ieHashimoto EddieI tldie
I Hashimoto after he read the bulletin bulletinin
in S The Herald window rushed wildly wildlydown wildlydown
down the street waving his hands handsshouting handsshouting
shouting 8 the t th news to everyone Eddie Eddiesaid EddieId eddIesaid
said Id that is i the beginning of the emd emdIt t1IX1t t1IX1tIt untlit
It is the best news I ever heard The Theold Theetd Theold
old bear is dead for sure sureH
t H Senow secretary RtalT and treasurer of oftlte ofthe
Ute Japanese Ja AmeiicaB Aiserfeosicorporatlon Industrial Industrialcorporation IndustrhlloorporatlOft
corporation who is usually lsu Uy a total totalAbstainer Whitbstainer
Abstainer weitt so far ta as to add a ahalf ahalf a ahalf
half tea spoonful of whisky to his hisginger hisginger
ginger ale and called ita It 3 high ball ballJohn ballJohn ballJohn
John J Nahamaro was another anotherenthusiast n JItherentbuslast anotherenthusiast
enthusiast who went his limit in paint painting palntJog paintingthe ¬
Jog ingthe Ute town townIn tonIn townIn
In the different cafes last evening eveninggroups eveninggroups eveninggroups
groups of Japanese were ere seen sitting sittingaround sitUhgaround sittingaround
around tables1 tables discussing dbeusst the news newsOn newsOn newsOn
On all their faces were depicted the theevidence theevidence
evidence of good tidings tidingsIn tidingIn
In speaking seriously of the th report reportair repoir ropo ropoMr
air r Senow S nor said that white he hoped hopedthe hopedthe hopedthe
the fan of Port Arthur would prove provetrue proyetrue provetrue
true he felt that the report came too tooquickly rooqUlckJy tooquickly
quickly after the engagement to be bereliable befable bereliable
reliable fable He said that 1lO no reliance reliancecould reliancecould reliancecould
could be placed upon early reports as aspast aspast aspast
past events had proved provedIt
It may be so however he con continued continued continned ¬
tinued It is only onl a question of oftime oftime oftime
time when ben the Russians Rue ilUlS will have to tocapitulate tocapitul tocaiMtulate
capitulate capitulateMr capitul I IMr
Mr Hashimoto and ilr dr Xakamaro Xakamaroexpressed XkalflQlOexpressed Nakamaroexpressed
expressed themselves inthe In the same 5 me way
We can only hope hopeH they said A few fewmore cwmore fewmore
more days and we e > will know the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth truthIn truthIn truthIn
In speaking of the capture of English Englishand En1IISitand Englishand
and German vessels they all lI seemed seemedto
to believe that it was w more than prob probable probable probable ¬
able that Russia Ru sia was 35 seeking a quarrel quarrelwith quarrelwith quarrelwith
with some other nation in order that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she might retire with less s ignomy in intheir intheir Intheir
their contest with Japan JapanIf
If said one Russia I can only onlymake onlymake onlymake
make it Tiippear appear that she Is over overpowered oerpowered overpowered ¬
powered by the combined attack of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several nations her humiliation in sur surrendering surrenderins nurrendering ¬
rendering to Japan will be decidedly decidedl decidedllessened
lessened lessenediOOKTNG lessenedSTAIr lessenedSTAJ1
STAIr STAJ1 NfWS NfWSr WS WSlOOKING
r
LOOKING FOR IRON HORSE HORSEPresident HORSEPresident HORSEPresident
President Baxter 13aXterSays Says Trains Will be beRunning bec
c Running Running by Sept 1 1Vernal 1Vernal 1Vernal
Vernal July 26 26c C C Baxter president presidentof pr dent dentf
of the Gllson Asphaltum company came cameOTtar cameo cameow
OTtar o r fr from a th tW White river country Mon Monday Menday IOI IOIday ¬
day He state < that work on the frotan frotanrailroad Llntahral tintaltrahroad
railroad ral road is being pushed right along L on and andit andit andit
it is isig11rec1tkt figured that trains tral will 111 be running runninginto runningto runningInto
into to Camp Gulch by Sept 1 1 The com company compn cornpanv ¬
pany pn is trying to interest Ufntafe county countyla COtIbtyIa
la a proposition plOfJC tIon to construct a wagon wagonroad W1Igorltoitd nagoiltoad
road from Vernal to Caiup Gulch that thatwill thatwillscort thatwill
will willscort shorten the present one esme me ten tenmiles t tenmiles n nmiles
miles It this is I i done it ts figured ed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the freight for this section and the he mall mallan mallAaft mallSIRP
Aaft an b be handled thai WfIYimd vepy iyand hod the dis distance dIsUUC dietance ¬
tance to railroad cut in t to o Mr Baxter Baxterstates Ba Baxterstates ter ter5tat
states 5tat that work on the railroad will be beon beon beon
on this end from now no on and he will willbe willbe willbe
be in Vernal more frequently than he hehas hehas heha
has ha been for the past six months monthsDr DIOnUtDr monthsDr
Dr Burton formerly of Prove is in intown intown intown
town looking I over the fold with the theview thefew theview
view few of locating permanently permanentlyFishing permanentlyFiBhIng permanentlyFishing
Fishing parties par to the lake around itt ittBaldy XtBald MtBaIdy
Baldy Bald are tb the popular p pular fad uowadars and andth aIIdthe andthe
th the roads to the mountains are lively livelywith livelywith livelywith
with teams out for this kind ec f sport sportP
F J Kirkpatriek Kirk ek government over lIMmt inspector inspectorof
of surveyors Is in Vernal fitting oat a apartv aPKrty aparty
party to check up the surveys SUT Y8 on the theUintah theUlntah theUlntab
Uintah reservation Orvation H He wfll be in the thefield thekl thefield
field kl all summer summerPioneer summerPioneer summerPleaser
Pioneer day dw was pretty generally ob observed oberveod ohserved ¬
served throughout t bout this county yesterday yesterdayAt
At CMines park a new resort recently recentlybuilt rkentlybuilt r4centlybuilt
built there was a lane crowd out where whereamusements whereaJftU8emfMtts whereamusemmita
amusements ofall of 11 all sorts rta enlivened cnUo ed the thedy theda theday
dy dyA da < IA
A cloudburst m the kills west of f the thevalley theIIt thevalley
valley IIt Monday l0I sent Rt down a great volume volumeof
of muddy water a a d the canals were all ailfilled allfilled allhued
filled to overflowing Farmers enI geoerally geoerallyteok ge genetullytook eraJlYteok
teok advantage advan e of it to irrigate lucern lucernfields lueernIPk1g lucernflelde
fields fieldsGeorge IPk1gGeoone fleldeGeorge
George Miller and Doc Donelly were wereup werevI wereup
up before Justfe J Juntlep HStataa yesterday for forcelebrating forS forcelebrating
celebrating S Pioneer day by battering on onanother one oneatlter oneanother
another into a frasEski l and < were as asessed a aed aseesed
essed ed 10 each eachTATT ea 1 1LAID
eaLAID
TATT LAID > TO BEST BESTPuneral RESTFuneral RZTruneral
Funeral Seuvices S llViQes Over Remains of ofiTra ofMrs of3trit
Mrs Wilde Largely Attended AttendedCoaKdlle Attendedoahdlle AttendedCosidile
CoaKdlle July tThe Tbe funeral services servicesof
of Mrs Irs Sarah Wilde Ide who died last Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day were held this afternoon in the stake staketabernacle staketabemacl staketabernacle
tabernacle All the business houses were wereclosed wereurin wereelosed
closed during urin the service rvice and many manyfriends man manfriends manyfriends
friends came front surr urrlns tendlng stales and andtowns andWWIlS andtowns
towns to show respect re8pt Ct > to the memo memory of ofthe orthe ofthe
the departed pioneer Elders George GeorgeBeard GeGrgeBe GeorgeBeard
Beard Be rd Alma BMrcdge E1dr F H Wright and andW RudClpff andw
W W v Cluff were the OI speakers Mrs MrsWIMe MrsWUde 115 115WIkle
WIMe aMSted in building the first house housein
in Coalville CoalvilleA Ce h1Ile h1IleA
A heavy rainstorm histUag several severalhours everalhours severalhence
hours oerthreVl this eventag ev evenIn n Lars Largquantities Larsf1uantitIes Largequandtles
quantities of hay are in the fields fi ld5 and andhaying andhaYhtS andhaying
haying will be delayed a few 81 days on ac account ae aeceunr nocount ¬
count of the > dr dpnci dpncioont drenchIflCounty > nchin nchinCounty
County oont Clerk Neetey eelPy and family famil start started martM started ¬
ed for the Uintah reservation today for foraa foraa foran
aa outing outingSecretary outingSetrecacr otln otlneereharr
Secretary eereharr of StateHammond is the fa favorite faorlte favonite ¬
vorite of the Republicans In I the h northern northernend northerneski
end lItI of this county for governor lie will willdoabtiesB WilldoubtIesaJ willdoubtiesa
doabtiesB bave t a majority of the dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates from ruin Summit county Should Sea Senator S Seaator n nator ¬
ator Kearns fI however endorse > one of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe other candidates it would change the thecomplexion theconapkxfou thecomplexion
complexion of affairs affairsTEST affall5T affireTEST
TEST T ST OF OPENVBANCE OPENVBANCEAged ENDURANCE ENTJTTBANCEAged ENDURANCEAOcd
Aged t Man Stakes Ma Ascent Asccnt of High HfgliMountain Hight HighMountain HighMountain
Mountain Peak PeaktBox PeakBox
Box Elder News NewsJohn N NewsJohn e1f 8 8J
John J oIm Evans of the Third ward j 7 t < y ya yara yaraof ars arsof r5 r5of
of as n age has long loa had a desire to oJImb am to tohe tothe
the top of Uw Id hislieSt peak In this vicin vicinky ICI ICIttv
ttv so at 7 olock talK Monday morning morninghe
he started in to gratify raUfy his l il desire ihooa ihooainc th h t15 t15i os osinn
inc i the peak east of ThroeMiln for his hisobjective hisobjeethe hisobevtive
objective point He began his ascent at atthe atthe
the Reservoir Re enoir bill and after climbing climbingsteep climbingsteep limbin limbinsteep
steep hills hn over deep de ravine and through throughthick thToU throughthick h
thick underbrush he reach r reaehid hM l the snow snowline gno gno11R snowline
line 11R Just as th the sun went down There Therewa Therewan
wa wan rt t a steep climb mb before him and andexhausted andexba
exhausted txba lted eted as be was wa Jte > u e determined to tomake tomake tomake
make it it He finally reached ret hNl the coveted rneudspot covetedspot etf 1
spot in the gloom Ioom of the evening and andthen am amthen
then bEn his weary march homeward homewardanivlnk homewardarnivink
anivlnk there at 1 oclock o k th the next morn morning mornmit ¬
ing It was a test of endurance that has hasseldom hasseldom
seldom sel om been equaled 1Hi1e4l by b those of Mr MrBvaw MrBtiie tr
Bvaw aas a r and he appears to be none nonethe nonetbe nonethe
the worse rse for the trip tripJKEANTI trt trtMANTI tripMANTIEWS >
JKEANTI MANTIEWS NBWS NOTES NOTESMaatl NoTESMIUIU NOTESMaU
Maatl July 29 tAn An electrical storm stormsuch sturmmtch stormsuch
such tis ts has not been seen in this vicinity vicinityfor vicinityfor idnlt idnltfor
for several years was witnessed last lastevening JustevenlJU lastevenlE
evening accompanied with a heavy Ilea vy rain rainfall rainfall rainfijI ¬
fall The electric power company was wasobliged wnsoWfgt wasobliged
obliged to stop the plant lor some om < > time timean timca timeall
an a all the city was 8 for sonia time left in indarkness indflrkneto indarkness
darkness No damage to mops arid the thelike thelike thelike
like te reported and It was genraily ar arcepteti a afft4d areepted
cepteti as one of the best things that thatroaM thattIkf thatceM
roaM happen to this section is a long longdn Ion Iondn longdry
dn > s spell pel h has s ben experienced experiencedThe e rltned rltnedThe
The nurabi number > r of delegates wh who will at attend attend attend ¬
tend the Republican county convention conventionto ontpntio1J ontpntio1Jto
to be held at Ephrslni p nlJm Aug Au 1 Ii will be bedivided 10 10divided It Itdhldetl
divided as follows Mt Pleasant Plfl8S lnt 16 16Bphraixn 16Ephraim 113pbraim
Bphraixn IS Manti 15 1 Uunnison 10 10Fairvlew 10Falrview 10Pairview
Fairvlew 10 Moroni QronL S Fountain Green GreenS
S Spring City CJt 7 Wales a Mayfield MayflehdFayette IayfleldFayette 2 2Fayettc
Fayette 2 Sterling 2 Chester bmte ester 1 Free Freedom Freedom Freedora ¬
dom 1 Mllburn 1 Iwifanoia IRtifanotalTbe lndhtnota1Tint 1 1The
The taic ta IPV levy > for Ifaati CHy for the theyearlSO theMr theyear
yearlSO Mr J9t Is fixed as follows accoidtac a cotdlni < to tothe tothe tothe
the r r4ort vort c of the city ily Ctumt f Undl Con Contingent ContilUtRt on ontatgent ¬
tingent 5 mUis wa wer er supply SUP for irriga irrigatfon IrrlJ8tbn irnigati
tfon tbn ti a and other purposes 1 mills to im
S
HEWLETT GOT INTO WORLDS FAIR FAIRBY FAIRBY FAIRBY
BY CLIMBING OVER THE FENCE
Membcrjs Membc rs p of the city council axe aretelling e i iteJHngaround
teJHngaround telling aiound i t how President Frank nk J TH 1 1hewlett j I
Hewlett H wlett Kpd h 1inJ d to climb the fence to get I Iinto Ifnt 1into
into fnt the th Vbrlds V dds fair It came about aboutin ahoutin t tin
in this was Wa Hewlett with some someof of the theother theother I
other members were w re inveigled into the thenational thenational f
national pemocisttic emocrittic convention col1 Dtlon ball ballthe ballthe hailthe
the night Judge Parker was nontinated nonttuatedfOJ j jfor Ifor
for the presidency So completely completelycarried I Icarried
I
carried away with the eloquence eIoqupnceof eIoqupnceofLittleton of ofLittleton I ILittleton
Littleton Delrtias Bryan and the other otherlett otherDemoCratic t
DemoCratic orators did President Hew Hewhett i
lett become that he lost all idea of oftime oftime oftime
f time He sat completely hypnotized ypnot ed till tillthe tillthe t
the tIme arrived after which no one onewould
1 would be admitted to tin fair grounds I
When Wh n the lawmaker Ia w t 1lkcr from Jon Xionreached Jon1e3 YIonxea
1e3 reached xea Md the gate out of breath he was wasstopped WASstopped wasstopped
stopped just as though tho gh he hewn was an anordinary anordhinry anordinary
ordinary citizen Here WAS a a aHis Qema QemaHJs Uem UemBJs
His nightcap was In the1 th lprivi private e car carinside nrInside carinside
inside the grounds and hewas he was alone atoneIn aloneIn 1 1In
In a grest st at city After trying every eerygate eCr eCrsate everygate
gate about the grounds with the same sameresult samtIt sameresult
result It he found a dark spot and andusjng AnduslnS andusing
using all the tricks tri < ks lie lid learn learned If8rMdin < i iin
in his applestealing days shinned shinwover shinnedOver hinnMOver
over the fence running the th risk ri k of be being hemS belug ¬
lug shot down by a Jefferson guard guardThe UaTdThe guardThe
The spikes on the top of the ente < aee left leftindentations leftIndentations leftIndentations
indentations in his pants but as he ar arried arlived anrive
lived rive at his car with a whole skin he hewas hewas hewas
was satisfied
RUMORSAYSCLARENCE RUMOR SAYSCLARENCE SAYS CLARENCE K K McCORNICK McGOplGKIS 0 0I
I IS S 8 TO WED WEDLULUGIASER0PERA LULU GLASER OPERA SINGER SI GE
Rumor proclaims that Clarence K KMcCornlck KIcComlck KMeCornick
McCornlck is s engaged to wed the tel talented tal talented telented ¬
ented and fascinating young actress actressMiss ac acI1ss actressMiss
Miss Lulu Glaser The story st stOryoriginated stOryoriginatedwith originated ryorigln8tedwith originatedwith
with some of Miss Has Glasers Gln s friends who whoclaim whoclaim whoclaim
claim to have h ve gotten it in so direct a amanner amsnner amanner
manner as to leave little or no doubt doubtof
of its truth truthMiss truthMiss trothMiss
Miss Glaser has been before the pub pubHe publc publie
He several years ars and was in S Se Salt lt Lake Lakeprove Lakeproe Lakeprove
prove and repair streets and nd sioewalks si
1 mill on the dollar dollarThe dollarTIle dollarThe
The total assessment ssC Sment of ManU City ac according ace according ¬
e cording r lng to the county coun assessor a rfl < amounts amou ts tS
51719 iI for the year ear JSOf JSOfParry lf1rIHm 1101Parr3
Parry Sons of this city have recently recentlyshipped recentlYsllipped recentlyshipped
shipped from this city the cornerstone
for the th Loran tavernaclc The ceremony ceremonywill eremenywill emeDY emeDYwIll
will take place placoSatunla37 Saturday at which time timethe Umethe
I the stake conference commences It is istwentjone istwentone istwentyone
twentjone inches square ana weighs S Spounds SOP SOOpou SOPpounds
pounds poundsThe pou poundsThe
pouThe The city fathers and the ManU Light LightPower LlgbtPower LightPower
Power company have at last agreed iisre on ona ona
a proposotion of lighting the city and
Manti will now have addlUoaal light on onthe oI oIthe onthe
the streets streetsAFTER streetsAPTE
AFTER UTAH HORSES HORSESCaynses HORSESCayuses oasisCayuses
Cayuses to Be Used to Help Out In Inthe IIithe Inthe
the Heat Famine PamineModena FamineModena TainineModena
Modena July ST Representatives of a aGrand 3Grand aGrand
Grand Island I Iand Neb firm are in tows towsendeavoring towsendeaorinJ townendeavoring
endeavoring to buy range > horses Wheth Whether beth bether ¬
er the strike has anything in common commonwith comIRoWltb commoni commoniwith
with this search is not known The Bsca Esca1at
lante 1at valley vnlle was thoroughly scoured 8 last lastyear Ja lastyear t tyear
year and S75 S head of wild wilJ horses were wererounded wererounded wererounded
rounded up and shipped east They The tin
derwent a metamorphosis that was us so socomplete soomplete socomplete
complete that even Indian Jim Jimpert the th ex expert oxpert ¬
pert Piute horse chaser failed to reeog
nfze them under the label of Corned
Beef and Chipped Beef ejf But a few
horses remain at large on the desert at atthe atthe atthe
the present timer timerPROVO tIm tlmPROVO tImPROVO
PROVO NEWS WZ NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProo NOTESProve
Provo July 29 29Frederick Frederick Zipp and Se ¬
bastian Troester of Eureka natives of ofGermany ofGermany
Germany have been admlted to cRteen cRteenship cIQzenship cttiuenShip
ship
In the estate of William Freshwater Fre lJwater
deceased Franklin Perry John T F Tay ¬
Ion and John H H Davis have been ap ¬
pointed appraisers appraisersThe appraiSersThe appraisersThe
The case of fJ Springviile vs Mapletoa hsxi hsxibeen h ha hacen
been cen set for Au Aug 11 17B 11B 11B
B B W Driggs was over from Pleasant
Grove today todayMayor toda todaMayor todarMayor
Mayor Roylance left this evening evenfn for forSu forroi8 forSI
Su roi8 Louis whero cerq er he nvfll take in the thefair th thB
fair >
fairB
B M I Cunningham CunnID h m the Provo pres prestidigitator prosthilgitator ¬
tidigitator has gt gone e to California for a asix asix 1 1six
six weeks profeisonl prot lgOnl engagement He Heis HeIs Heis
is accompanied by Mrs Irs Cunningham CunninghamThe
The Fourth ward save an ice cream creamsocial creamsocial creamSocial
social last evening at t the residence of ofA orJ ofA
A J Southwiok SouthwiokJudge SouthwickJudge SoutliwickJudge
Judge Booth If S Pyne and other Pro Provo PrOo PrOvo
vo 0 people will go to Salt Lake to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the th funeral of Judge Wilson lIson on onSunday onSunday onSunday
Sunday SundayThe SundayThe SundayThe
The funeral services over o er the remains remainsof ramal ramalot romainof
of William Nichells were attended by a alarge s slarge
large numberof num erof relatives re Uvcs and friends to today toda today
day da Th The following speakers spe Jc rs addressed addressedthj I Ith
th congregation Albert Singleton Johitf JohitfGrier JoJulGrier JoishGnier
Grier John D DIxon and George Pow Powclson PowoJolson Powolson
olson Appropriate music mu lc < wa was furnished furnishedby
by a quarette consisting of W D Rob Roberts Robd Roberts ¬
erts jr John Johnson Walter alter White Whitehead Whitebead
O ealter I Iliss
head d and d Samuel H Jones JonesMiss JonesMiss e
Miss liss Lucile Drijjgs Dri gs of Pleasaift Grove GroveW110 Grovewho
who Is connected as an instructor with witnth withthe withthe
th the Deaf Mute institute in Ogden will willeave wUleavo willeave
eave for St Louis with students l5tudentSof of the tWsinstitution t1feInstitutIon theinstitution
institution on Aue Au 3 3Joseph 3f 3fJoseph 3fJosliph <
Joseph Wadley adle of Lindon died yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day from kidney trouble The deceased deceasedwas deceasedwa
was w born in Gloucestershire England EnglandDec EugaadI EnglandDec
I Dec 23 i 1S30 and came to Utah ttth in 1S58 1S58He 1S6ir 1 1He
r He first resided in NepW epbI but since 1SOOut lSl lSlI
I had < 1 made his home in Pleasant Grove Grovewhore Grovtwhero
I whore he was 88 very ery successful as a fruit fruitjrrower fruitJrOwer fruitI
I grower He Hcleavesa leaves j a wife and nd two cMI ehlJdren chilI
I dren ureaMayor Mayor J D Wadley adley of Pleasant PleasantGrove Ple88alltGrove
Grove and Mrs Irt Eunis wife of Bishop BishopEnnis BlahepEnnis BishOpI
I Ennis of Draper The funeral will be beheld beheld beheld
held at 4 oclock Sunday at the Linden Lindenmeeting Lindenmeeting Lindenmaccling
meeting house houseA bouseA
A special meeting of the oily ty council conacllwas couaeflwas councilwas
was held last evening at which a reso resoand reEOJulion resolotion
lotion wa was po paSsed 4Md authorizin authorizing t the e mayor mayorand mayorand
and the city clt recorder to sign an agree agreement a ament agreemeat ¬
ment wit htho Telluride Power company companypermitting companypormitting companypermitting
permitting the city cJt to lay its waterworks waterworksextension waterworksextension waterworksextension
extension pipes underv underthe the pipes of the thepower thepower
power company at the upper plant in inProvo InProvo inProvo
Provo canyon canyonThe canORThe canyonThe
The Seventh Day Adventists Advfnt ts will hold holdtheir poldtlteir boldtheir
their annual camp meeting meeti here com commencing eornmenc commnencing ¬
mencing menc mnencing ng Aug 10 The meetings meoetlusswlll will be beheld be1Iefd behed
held 1Iefd on the northeast corner oo of Fourth FourthWest FOUltbrest FourthWcst
West rest and First South streets stree Wider W WB WB V VB
B B White president t reslilent of the Pacific Count OastUnion ceastFnlon CountITnion
Union conference and other prominent prominentmembers prominentmembers
members of the church are expected to tobo tobe tobe
be In attendance attendanceDeputy attendanceDepuh attendanceDeputy
Deputy Sheriff John N Buchi with withwhom withhom withwhom
whom hom the the X G U officials have been beenconferring beenI beenconferring
conferring with a view to having ha havi him himorganize himorganize himorganIze
I organize a a militia company here has ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged to obtain the lower floor of th thSnow the theSnow
Snow furniture store for quarters for the theproposed theprlposed theproposed
I proposed company The Th matter has b been beQAubmltted beensubmitted o osubmitted
submitted to the guard uard offkfcrs lrs and if the Uiebuilding tJtebunding thebuilding
building is secured see red and other arrange arrangemonts arraagementq arrangemania
mania made for the convenience of ofcompany a acompan a acompany
company Mr r Buchi will take hold of t tile tileorsanlza theorganizallon e eorganization
organization organizationPAYSON orsanlza organizallonV organizallonPAYSON on onPAYSON V
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PAYSON NEWS N NOTES NOTESPayson NOTESPay NOTESPavaon
Payson Pay m July 29 29A A fire the origin of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which is unknown destroyed dp troyecJ ari acre of orgrain ofgrain ofgrain
grain and did other damage in the field fieWwest fieldwest fiehdwest
west of town yesterday After a battle
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49 Cents CentsWill CentsWill
Will but bu shirt waists made ot otsheer orsheer ofsheer
sheer white lawn tucked yokes yokesand vokesand yokesand
and fronts or embroidery embroidf > ry trim trimmed trImmed trimmcd ¬
med Thlte hIte lawn with lth black do dOJs dOJsand dos dosand > s sand
and navy blue a 8nd nd wl black Values Values75c Yaluesjc
75c jc to 11 1111 125
5125 5125Will 125 125Will
Will buy girls sailor suits made of oftfce oftbe ofthe
the best Amoskeng tfhm tfhmbmld = i5hani ghamabraid
braid trimmings sizes nom t to tott
12 yearr > car a nr The regular prices o othese ot otthtsc ofthese
these run up to 300 300Cents OO
8 Cents CentsWitt
WIll m bu hur an n unblP1thPd nbl iehpd Turkish Turkishtoath Turkbhbttth Turkishbath
toath towel towel size Ins xM worth 5Sc
9 Cents CentsWill
Will buy bu a Rood ood huck towel size size18x40 size18xO selixiP
18x40 worth i3c i3cIQc lkOC iclOc
lOc OC Yard YardVill
Vill buy bu our best quality Tclfe Tcfl du duXord diiNord
2 Xord ord ginghams that you will soon soonwant soonwant soonwant
want for school dresses d ses and boys boyswaists boyswalas boyswaists
waists 15c is the regular b1I1ar price crice15c prlie15c price15c
15c Yard YardWill
Will buy the genuine enulne AndW Anderwt AnderwtScotch AndertScotch r t tScotch
Scotch ze zephyrs hyrs E inches wide vide In Inboth Inbotb inboth
both olain > Iafn colors and checks checksIs 3tc 3tcIs c cIs
Is the regular price price1O
10 Cents CentsWill
Will 1 ll buy a whit t belt made of ofpique ofpique ofV
V pique and madras with removable removablegilt removablogilt removablegilt
gilt buckle 25c ia the regular regularprice relUlarprice regularprice
price
19 Cent CcntmWill CentWill
Will Iuy iU a L handsome stylish belt beltin elt eltIn eItin
in stylish colors sfna na white in both bothleather bothl bothleather
leather l atber and washable mfiterials mtteI1alltulJ mtterlalhV mtterlalhfull
full worth onh SOc SOcC
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J I City within ithjn the last year as prima IJrima1m don donI te teIMI
I IMI of the Dolly Varden cerapaay
While here f1Rrtne Clarence McCorklck M OIiaI k paid paidher paidher paidher
her considerable attention attentionI attendORShe attentionShe
I She got amer her er reputation aa an actress actresswhilewith actresswhile actresswhile
whilewith while with Fra Francium cJs Wilson WilsonClarence WIJsoIClarene WlloV
V Clarence is out of the ctty in Paris Parisor Partsr Parisor
or r New York YorkHiss YorkH YorkH
Hiss H banker father W S S McCornick McCornickI
I last night denied den1 d all knowledge of the thealleged Utealleged thealleged
alleged engagement to Miss Glaser Glaserwith CNQserthe Olaserwith
with the flames mes the farmers of the theneighborhood theJhborhood theneighborhood
neighborhood Jhborhood nut int the fire out
Will ill Douglass arrived arrl yesterday from
St Louis where he hel da d place with withthe
the University of Utah basket ball team teamm t
m In the competition for the worlds chant championship chantplcnshli ¬
pionship He will play with the Payson Paysonboys Paysonbo1S Paysonboys
boys in their same of baseball with withAmerican mthArnerfran withAmerican
American Fork at Lagoon next Monday YOfldaUh
With Uh the assistance of him and Arthur ArthurChivrell ArtburChivren ArthurChlvrell
Chivrell in the box Ute Payson players playersare plafi8are
are confident of coming out victorious victoriousThe victoriousThe
The 16yearold daughter of Joseph Tan Tannor Tanner Tsnnor
nor fell from a horse Monday and dislo dislocated dielocated ¬ I Ic
cated c too her trrtst trrtstMODENA iTIstNODEA st stMODENA
MODENA NEWS NOTES NOTESModena NOTES2odena NOTESModena
Modena july 57 7Mrs Mrs Dr C c A Af Affleck ACneck Atfleck ¬
fleck of St George arrived from Salt SaltI SaltLake SaltLake
I Lake City yesterday Ht rd where she he has been beenvisiting lte beenvlsltjng JI JIvlslttDJ
visiting friends and departed for f r her
home bom in Dixie DixieVery DixieYery DixieVery
Very favorable report continue e nUnue to be bereceived berif bereceived
received here of the theehowings showing in th thprop prop
er
ertias rif of the PiocheXevada fO h r Consolidated t tI
Mining company com an To facilitate develop
I meet in some of the openings made a ai aWhim aWhim
I i whim and all accessories were purchased aed
from the B ft F Mining company yes yesterday yeterda yesterday
terday terda and will m bo b installed by Supcrm
tendent Charles E Rives at once onceThe onecThe onceThe
The grain yield at the dry experimental
farm near Enterprise TTtah has been beenvery beenery beenvery
very ery satisfactory It will be threshed
in a few days da S a complete < thresher be
I lug Shipped to Superintendent John Day
from the Agricultural college at Logan
for that purpose Much interest Is teevinced Iseneed Isevinced
evinced by the farmers generally in the theexperiment theC theexperiment
experiment C and considerable coDsldera e curiosity as asi asI
I i to what the yield per acre will prove to
I 1have have been and quality of the grain raised
To all appearances the grain is said t t
be first class classDEATH classDEATII classDEATH
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DEATH OF T J J FERRIS FEBBISWord FERRISWord PERRISWord
Word was received from Phoenix Aria rl
test 1a night by Mrs Emma K K Ferris that thatV
V h berhU8banc1 beg r husband T J Ferris died there last
T TKes Tuesday esflay a Mr 11 Ferris has had illhealth Kk
for several vtral years and some time ago agowent agewent
went to Arizona accompanied by b his son sonW I
W V J 1 Ferris thinking that a change c of ofclimate orclimate ofdllmate
climate would improve his health He Hewas Bewas Hewas
was SO years ears old and leaves a wife and andone anclOUQ andone
one son Percy Perc A Ferris another anotherSOlI anotherSOlIwbo so sowho sou souwho
who was employed in Van Dykes drug drugstore dt1lgstore drugstore
store in this city died last February
during his fathers absence Denver pa papers papers papers ¬
pers please copy copyFUNERAL COP copyFUNERAL
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FUNERAL FUNER L NOTICE NOTICEThe NOTICEThe NOTICEThe
The funeral services over the remains remainsof
of the late Frank Johnson late of 1 1reka 1ht 1htreka 1lwreka
reka ttah aged ed 40 years native of Sv Svden S Sden Sden
> den will be held today Saturday at atp atp 5 5p
p m from 3 328 32 South Eighth East atre street streetFriends treat treatFriends t tFrIends
Friends are Invited to attend attendBRIDAL attendBRIDAL attendBRIDALVEIL
BRIDAL BRIDALVEIL VEIL FALLS AND ANDRE ANDREV ANDRETURN125 RE RETURN125 HETURN
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Salt Lake S3 ara Returning Retur fn leaves leavesUpper leavesUpper leavesUpper
Upper Falls 831 83 pm Grand outing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the veteran firemen Everybody E e13bodywel e13bodywelcome welcome wel welcome ¬
come Enjoy the tbl cool canyon breezes breeKesTrout breezesTrout breezesTrout
Trout and chicken dinners at the Up Upper C Cper Upper ¬
per Falls resort resortYELLOWSTONE resortYELLOWSTONE resortYELLOWSTONE
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YELLOWSTONE PARK EX EXCURSION EXCURSION ¬
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August 4 4Hound 4ftound t tRound
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4950 This covers all necessary rail railand railand railand
and stage S transportation and hotel ex eapenses j
penses beyondMonWa for the seven PeVe11da sevendays I
days da tour The petrty alit he limloej 1IaIIICreIto 1Iml 1Imlto j jto
to fifty persons See Short Line Lh agents agentfor i ifor
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for further particulars and ask for forillustrated forilluottated
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J Iet M Grace Tivus It flu Blutharsch aged U Uyears UYeArS 41years
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Tho funeral will be heW today at 10 10a 1a 10a
a a m at the fun funeral ntl parlors of S So D Ev Eva Evisis
a isis s 215 21 South Stat State street interment intermentMt II
V Mt u Olivet cemetery cemeteryBENEDICT cemetery3ENEDI ocr ocrBENhiDlCT1n
BENEDICT 3ENEDI TIn In this city Jolr 2t l 194 194at i iat
at 417 West Third South street Frank FrankL 1J041
L L Benedict Be cdlct aged K years yearsFuneral years1uzeraI > r8 r8Funeral
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Funeral will b 00 held from the I O O OF 0F
F temple on Market street at t S p m mSunday mSunda inSunday
Sunday Sunda July 31 under the auspices of ofStilt j jSalt i8alt
Salt Lake City lty tent No 2 KnIghts f fthe tth fthe
the th Mavraheps I abf > of whih vhi hkh > h the floopisci floopisciwaa fJrfani V Vwas
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knowing that I have found a positive pos tive cuj e euq jtffr ig d drt ci 4rspg a and most 1nQststumach moststumacF
rt stumach nach troubles I do not hesitate to urge ovary eVQl snilfefta Sur t iL o try tins new newvegetable newveg newvettle
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investigate jD1Ie6 gte the merits of this medicine medi ine and then honestly J onesWytell teU tire public the thetruth thenUtlr thetutlr I
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every evel persiwi per who cannot sleep to toget get a bottle ofPanr of Paw P Paw Take it ac according xceordin secording ¬
cording eordin to directions and notice how quickly it wilt soothe and calm the thenerves theDrve5 thenerves
nerves how soon it will give vigor gor and strength to the wile system and andeaable andeJla andenable
enable eJla 1e ydu to sleep sl cp restfully and soundly soundlyDont soundlyDoitt V VDont
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are worse V rSe than either of o them Remember Paw Paw esbilerates exJ Jerates but does doesItUt doeslt
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hopes and sn holds you routhere there Set aside aideaU all drugs all medicines all stimulants stimulantsand stimulantsnd stimulantsand
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the entrance
27 cents centsWill
Will buy bu ladies Ja4 white muslin cor corset corih conset ¬
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San Francisco Chicago St 4 0 K 1
Louis OmahA and Denver 8 t1 t1ts a i ia
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Ogden ° Cache Valley and
mediate points pointsKansas pointsFrom InterII55 a II
From Ogden Chicago St st Louts LoutsV
Kansas City Cft Omah OmahProm Omaha Denver
V and San Prancico PrancicoFrom Ldaha Dezwer4 421 P M MFront
Prom Ogden Cache Valley
Btttte Portland aOd San F
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No 4 for Denver De ver aa uw East 8aff 8 fL fL2ell FV FVe aL aLe
2ell e U forCgden for Ogden t n and local point 806 to Pil p ai L
No 11 for H Usher ber Provo and 41
Marysvale MrysvaleNo SOOAM 500 A Y
No 8 fop Provo and Eureka 600 PAL P ai
No 3 for Ogden and West t11 Ola6 11 5 n PM
Ne 1 for Ogden aad West 146 1 PM
Ko 5 for Ogden and West 14 1050 AM AMle
Ko KG for Park City 815 AW AtlNo
No 112 for Btogham a 1 i A ANo 0 0No tNo >
No 114 for Blngham nijo ijI I PM PMAEBIVB P l lARRIVE lLRRIvE
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No 12 from Ogdea O 1ea and beat loealpoints loalp9tnts beatpoints
points 1 15 1IAM 1IAMNo SAM A1t A1tNo5
Ko No5 5 from Denver and East 1040 AM A 14
Ne 1 from Denver and Bast 145 PM P PMNo L LNo
No S from Denver and East Eutil4 j U 46 Pit PitNo
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale
Marysvale 60 6oo W P pNo T TNo ffa
No 6 from Ogden and West t 840 8 AAJ AAJNo AMNo 11 11No
No 2 from Ogden and West S 195 PiL PMNe PiLN94 PILNo
Ne N94 4 from Offdsn O n and West 755 Pt PtNo PLNo PJJNo
No 7 from Eureka and Provo ProvolOOO 1000 AM AMNo AMNe AMNo
No in from Park City 615 PM
No Ill from Bingham il0 11 00 AM AMNo A 1 1No 1 1No
No 111 from BIngham 550 PM PMPERFECT PUlERFECT PMPEBFECT
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79 West Second South Street StreetSAITULSB StreetSALT StreetSALT
SAITULSB SALT LAXE CITY CITYHbtice 0ITrNotice CITYNotice
Notice of Assessment No 10 10THE 10THE 10THE
THE SILVER SHIELD MINING AND A D
Milling tliUln iorapany principal LI place of boa business bU bUn boaliens ¬
ness n Salt alt Lake City Utah Notice i ihereby 11 11herpby e ehereby
hereby given that at a meeting of th thboard thbord tl tlherd
board o Qf directors of the above namvi namvicompany nam1ompany nam namcompany
company < held on the l Dth tfe day of Job 111 11119M
J9M assessment No K ro > of 3 cents per r share shirwas 8br8 8br8was sharewas
was levied on the capital stock of the cor corporation corporation or orporation ¬
poration outstanding ou taodlng payable immediate immediatet <
t ti > K E F H Mead assistant secretary at 51 51Metornick 51 51leCornick i 4 4McCornick
Metornick building Salt Lake City Utai UtaiAny lranv itdny
Any nv stock upon which this assessmenr assessmenrmay assessm assessmma e ema
may ma remain unpaid on Wednesday Wednft lQ AUK AIJIt A u
4 1904 win be delinquent and advert advertifor advtnjfor a afor
for sale sai saXe at public auction and ule ulepayment ua uasnnent iiatea iiateapayment
payment snnent Is made before will be e sold ji or orMonday n nMonday rM
Monday M nday Sept 12 13 19 1901 < H at W a a m at tij tijoffice tbft tbftoftlco in inoffice
office of the assistant secretary secretaryCornick SK 51 Mr MrCornick M <
Cornick building bun ding Salt Lake Lak City Cft Utah U t tpay to topay 1pay
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514 McCornlck building bui1d Salt Lake City
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