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2 JTHE SALT LAKE LA HERALD WEDNESDAY WED SDc1 MARCH JIAR H 14 1906
SOUTHERN UTAH UTAHSWEPT UTAHSWEPT
SWEPT BY STORM STORMExcessive
Excessive Rainfall Tremendous Fall Fallof Fallof Fallof
of Snow and a Wind of Hur Hurricane Hurricane Burricane ¬
ricane Force ForceR ForceREPORT ForceREPORT
R REPORT < IMMENSE MENSE DAMAGE DAMAGEFAMILIES DAMAGEFAMILIES DAMAGEFAMILIES
FAMILIES FORCED TO LEAVE LEAVETHEIR LEAVETHEIR LEAVETHEIR
THEIR HOMES HOMESSpecialto HOMES1pecJal HOMESpecIal
1pecJal Specialto pecIal to The Herald HeraldModen Herald1oden4 HeraldModei
Moden 1oden4 U Utah March 13 lJone One of the theheaviast thehea the1ieaijost
heaviast hea iSt storms ever experienced in insouthern in80Ut1 inouthrn
southern 80Ut1 Utah t h passed J > 5sed over this section sectionSunday soctionSunday octionSunday
Sunday Monday and today accompa accompanied accompanied aecompanied ¬
nied by heavy snow excessive rainfall rainfalland ralnfal1and rainfalland
and wind of hurricane burrlc ne force washing washingaway washinga washingaway
away a roads houses and endangering endangeringthe
the 40000 reservoir at Enterprise Enterprisewhere Enterprisewhere Enterprisewhere
where it is estimated from three to four fourinches fourInches fourinches
inches of rain fell in twentyfour twentyfourhours twsnt twentyfourhours four fourhours
hours The storm appears to have been beenheaviest beenheaviest beenheaviest
heaviest at this point although it is isbelieved ISbelieved isbelieved
believed to have extended as far as St StGeorge StGeorge StGeorge
George with which place communica communication communication communication ¬
tion by telephone has been interrupted interruptedthe
the line of the Southern Utah Tele Telephone Telephone Telephone ¬
phone company being prostrated l below belowHolts belmHolfs belowHolts
Holts ranch where about ten feet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the road is washed out and where the theSt theSt theSt
St George stage is blocked blockedFled b10ckedFled blockedFled
Fled for Their Lives LivesFour LIvesFour LivesFour
Four or five families at Enterprise Enterprisewere
were forced to flee from their homes homesand homesand homesand
and the residence of John Alger is a acomplete acomplete acomplete
complete wreck While Thlle attempting to tocross toCTOSS tocross
cross the road near the Enterprise res reservoir reservoIr roservoir ¬
ervoir C S Fackerall had a narrow narrowescape narrowescape narrowescape
escape from drowning having sunk sunktwice sunktwice sunktwice
twice beneath the water before he was wasrescued wasrescued wasThsoued
rescued Grave fears were entertained entertainedlate entertained1ate entertainedlate
late this afternoon for the safety of the thereservoir theleservoir thereservoir
reservoir the loss 1os of which would in inflict Infilet infilet ¬
filet a heavy blow upon the farmers of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that section sectionStage sectionStage sectionStage
Stage Held by Water WaterThe WaterThe WaterThe
The Pine ValleyEnterprise stage stagewhich stagewhich stageichich
which carries the mall and which is isdue isdue isdue
due here today is unable to pass En Enterprise EnterprIse Enterprise ¬
terprise where the roads are flooded floodedfive fioodedfive floodedfive
five or six feet deep About a dozen dozenfreighters dozenfreighters dozenfreighters
freighters are delayed here owing to tothe tothe tothe
the condition of the roads I Last > ast night litghtthe nlghtthe nightthe
the wind attained a velocity of sixty sixtymiles sixtymUes sixtymIles
miles at the weather bureau observa observatory observatory observatory ¬
tory here and there were several gusts gustsof gustsof gustsof
of from seventyfive to eighty miles mUesHeadaches milesHeadaches milesHeadaches
Headaches and Neuralgia NeuraigiaFrom From Colds ColdsLaxative ColdsLILCatve ColdsLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinire the world worldwide worldwileC01d worldiviie ¬
wide wileC01d Cold and Grip remedy removes removesthe removesthe removesthe
the cause Call for the full name and andlojk andlnk
lojk 10 Jk for signature of E W Grove 26c 26cSEVERAL 26co 26cSEVERAL 26cSEVERAL
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SEVERAL MINDS JNDs RELIEVED RELIEVEDSpeeches RELIEVEDSpeeches RELIEVEDSpeeches
Speeches on Various Subjects In the theLower theLower theLower
Lower House of Congress CongressWashington CongressWblrington CongressWasbington
Washington March 13 13The The house housedevoted housedevoted housedevoted
devoted Itself today to general debate debateon
on the legislative appropriation bill billFirst billljrst billFirst
First there was discussed the question questionof
of eliminating aged clerks from the theemploy themploy theemploy
employ of the government then came camea camediscussion
a discussion of free alcohol for the arts artsthe artsthe artsthe
the restriction of Japanese immigration immigrationand
and finally a 8 defense of New York City CityMr City1r CityMr
Mr 1r TIttauer of New Ne York and iklr iklrLivingston Mr MrLivingston ZjrLivingston
Livingston of Georgia representing the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican and Democratic views con concurred concurred concurred ¬
curred on the question that something somethingmust somethingmust somethingmust
must be done in the way of reorganiz reorganizing reorganizIng reorganisIng ¬
ing the government service Mr Ir Mar Marshall Marshan Marshall ¬
shall of North Dakota gave his voice to tothe tothe tothe
the proposition of free alcohol Mr MrHayes MrHayes MrHayes
Hayes of California spoke In behalf of ofrestricting ofrestrIcting ofrestricting
restricting Japanese and Korean I < orean im immigration Immigration liiimigration ¬
migration and Mr r Bennett of New NewTork NewYork NewYork
York defended his city in relation to tothe tothe tothe
the class of foreigners who make New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City their home homeSECRETARY homeSECRETARY homeSECRETARY
SECRETARY TAFT WILL WILLCONSULT WILLCONSULT WILLCONSULT
CONSULT HIS BROTHERS BROTHERSWashington BROTHERSWashington BROTHERSWashington
Washington March 13 13Secretary 13SecretaryTaft Secretary SecretaryTaft
Taft who leaves here tomorrow for forNew forNew forNew
New York will meet in that city his histwo histwo hIstwo
two brothers Henry the New York Yorklawyer Yorklawyer Yorklawyer
lawyer and Charles the Cincinnati Cincinnatibusiness CincInnatibusiness Cincinnatibusiness
business and newspaper man The pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose Is to hold a family council to de determine determine deterinine ¬
termine the secretarys official future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The matter W was discussed somewhat at atthe atthe atthe
the cabinet meeting and at the close closeof closeot closeof
of the meeting Secretary Taft was in inconference inconference inconference
conference for some time with Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary Root at the latters office In the thestate thestate thestate
state department If Mr Taft accepts acceptsthe acceptsthe acceptsthe
the place on the supreme bench the thechange thehange thew
w change < will not take place until the thefall thefaU thefall
fall term of the court next October Octoberthereby Octoberthereby Octoberthereby
thereby affording Secretary Taft an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to carry forward certain certainpublic certainpubUc certainpublic
public measures in which he Is inter interested interested interested ¬
ested
I MERELY TRYING TRYINGI
I TO MAKE MAKEESCAPE MAKEESCAPEIndians ESCAPE ESCAPEIndians
Indians Who Killed the Deputy Mar Marshal M rsbal r rshal ¬
shal Neither Horse Thieves ThievesHor ThievesNor ThievesThr
Nor Thr Bobbers BobbersALL RobbersALL BobbersALL
ALL ARE DESPERATE MEN WiENNO MENNO
NO NEWS FROM POSSES ON QN THE THETRAIL THETRAI THETRAIL
TRAIL TRAILVinita TRAILVinita L Lt
+ t + t + + + t + t t + t + + + t t t
+ Vinita I T March 13 13Up Up to toiJ
+ 9 oclock tonight no word had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen +
+ been received from United States StatesMarshal StatesMarshal +
+ Marshal Darrough or any of his hisposses hisposses + 4
+ posses who are pursuing the theWickliffe therickliffe + r rf
+ f Wickliffe rickliffe gang of Cherokee out outlaws outlaws + f flaws
+ laws The night is dark and rain ra1nIs rainis + +
4 + Is falling and a courier would wouldnot wouldnot + f fnot
+ not be able to make his way from fromthe fromthe + f
+ the Nighthawk country The Thechase Thechase +
4 + chase may last several days be before before +
4 + fore the Indians are overtaken overtakent + 4Vinita
+ t 4 t 4 + + + + 4 + + + t tVinita + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4Vinita + + + + + + + + + + +
Vinita I T March 13 13Marshal Marshal Dar Darrough Darrough Darrough ¬
rough and his posses are continuing continuingthe
the search today for the Wickliffe In Indians Indians Indiana ¬
dians outlaws who Sunday In a battle battlewith battlewith battlewith
with deputies killed one of the offi officers officers oflicers ¬
cers and wounded another Darrough Darroughshould Darroughshould Darroughshould
should have reached the town of Kan Kansag Kansas Kansas
sas late yesterday evening but it would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not have been possible for him to have havebegun hebegun havebegun
begun a concentrated search before to today today today ¬
day No word has been received from fromhim fromhim fromhim
him up to late this forenoon and it may maybe marbe maybe
be several days before the outlaws can canbe canbe canbe
be located owing to the good start startthey startthey startthey
they have and the fact that the coun country country country ¬
try affords many means of escape and andplaces andplaces andplaces
places of concealment concealmentThe
The body of Deputy Ike Gilstrop was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought in this t1 is morning accompanied accompaniedby
by his widow who had driven through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the hills forty miles with It Richard RichardCarey RichardCarey RichardCaiey
Carey another deputy who was shot shotthrough shotthrough shotthrough
through the chest is still alive but it itis itIs itis
is believed he cannot recover Otis Tut Tuttle Tuttle Tuttie
tle the deputy at first reported killed killedIs
Is at the head of one of the posses posseschasing posseschasing posseschasing
chasing the outlaws outlawsNews outlawsNens outlawsNews
News from the section where the pos posses posses possen ¬
ses and outlaws outlowsare are maneuvering is ismeager ismeager ismeager
meager and slow coming In as there thereare thereare thereare
are no telephone nor telegraph wires in inthat int11at inthat
that region The three Wickliffe boys boysare boysare boysare
are not horse thieves nor robbers in inany inany inany
any sense as has been stated They Theybegan The Thebegan Theybegan
began their career by resisting arrest arrestand arrestand arrestand
and are now charged with several sever l mur murders murders murders ¬
ders committed mostly in their at attempts attempts attempts ¬
tempts to escape escapeEat eSC8ipeEat escapeEat
Eat your lunch in the Palm garden gardenat
at the Royal RoyalSHEEPifi RoyalI RoyalSIIEPMN
I SHEEPifi will 111 1ft OBJECT OBJECTE
E H H1 Callister and John S SMackay SMackay SMackay
Mackay Will Appear for forThem forThem forThem
Them at Washingtoh WashingtohE
E H Callister collector of internal internalrevenue intentalrevenue internalrevenue
revenue accompanied by his wife and andCounty andCounty andCounty
County Commissioner John S Mackay Mackaywill lIackaywil11eave Mackaywill
will wil11eave leave today for Washington D C Cwhere cwhere Cwhere
where he goes goes in the interest of sheep sheepmen sheepmen sheepmen ¬
men of western Wyoming and Utah UtahMessrs UtahIessrs UtahMessrs
Messrs Callister and Mackay will ap appear appelir appear ¬
pear before the chief of the bureau of ofanimal ofanimal ofanimal
animal industry in an endeavor to have havechanged hlLvechanged havechanged
changed the recent restrictions placed placedon
on sheep entering forest reserves for forforage forfornge forforage
forage purposes Mr Ir Callister has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been granted a leave ot absence for fortwo fortwo fortwo
two weeks He expects to remain in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington the greater part of this thisperiod thisperiod thisperiod
period periodIn
In a a recent bulletin issued by the bu bureau bureau bureau ¬
reau of animal industry of the depart department dep department rt rtment ¬
ment of the interior it was ordered orderedthat orderedthat orderedthat
that all sheep entering forest reserves reserveswould reserveswould reserveswould
would have to be dipped at least once oncenot oncenot oncenot
not less than ten days prior to such suchentrance suchentrance suchentrance
entrance All sheep sheared and turned turnedInto turnedinto turnedInto
Into forest reserves were to come under underthe underthe underthe
the same rule according to the bulletin bulletinThese bulletinThese bulletinThese
These rules are regarded as being det detrimental detrimental detrimental ¬
rimental to sheepmen of Wyoming and andUtah andUtah andUtah
Utah especially Wyoming It is to se secure secure secure ¬
cure a remedy for the alleged evil that thatMessrs thatMessrs thatMessrs
Messrs Callister and Mackay make maketheir maketheir maketheir
their trip tripRecently tripRecently tripRecently
Recently It was announced from Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den that the sheepmen In the north northern northern northem ¬
ern em section of the state would endeavor endeavorto
to have changes made In the ruling af affecting affecting affeeling ¬
fecting the shipment of sheep It Is Issupposed issupposed issupposed
supposed that the representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the northern Utah sheepmen and those thosefrom thosefrom thosefrom
from Wyoming and Salt Lake will willwork willwork willwork
work tosrether The rule the northern northernsheepmen northernsheepmen northernsheepmen
sheepmen want changed prohibits all allundipped allundlpped allundipped
undipped sheep from leaving this state statebefore statebefore statebefore
before being dipped This It is claimed claimedworks claimedworks claimedworks
works a great hardship on sheepmen sheepmenwho sheepmenwho sheepmonwho
who winter their flocks in Utah and andsummer an ansummer andsummer
summer them In Idaho
We Could Sing a aSong aSong
1 Song of ofthe the Shirt ShirtWhich
Which would be a classic in a way wayWed wayWe1a wayWed
Wed have the inspiration of this new newspring newspring newspring
spring line were showing and that is isenough isn isenough
enough n u 4 to make any man enthusiastic enthusiasticlson1y It Itfrisiqniy I IyisqnJy
frisiqniy a few days till negligee shirt time timeVju timer time timeBur
Vju VjuBpywliilfe
Bur Bpywliilfe r whu1 l1ile the stock is is complete completeRICHARDSON completeRICHARDSON omplete1r
1rItr 1r >
RICHARDSON Itr HARDSON ADAMS CO COA
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A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENHAt MENI
I HAt AttheSign AttheSignoftbeoUr the Sign 0
01 oftbeoUr Four 17 i72M4N M IN STRiJt STRrETrws T TrrTX
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JOfiON OGDENNEWS OGDENNEWSOfIce Nrws NWSOffice
1 OffIce 2484 Washington Wash ngton Ave AveOgden AveOgden AveOgden
Ogden Wednesday March arch 14 14JESTS 14OFFICER 14OFFICER
OFFICER ARRESTS THREESuspected THREE THREESuspected TllEESuspected
Suspected Crooks Cowed by
Plain Clothes Man With Witha WithaReady
a aReady Ready Gun GunPolice GunPolics GUJiPolice
Police Officer M L Malone arrested three threesupposedly threes threesupposedly
supposedly s dangerous criminals on lower lowerTwentyfifth lowerT lowerTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth T eIK firtb street last evening The Thearrest Thearret Thearrest
arrest was effected at the point of a gun
During yesterday afternoon reports reportsreached reportsreached reportsreached
reached police headquarters that three threemen threeme threemen
men me were attempting attemptingto o sell numerous numerousarticles numerousarticles numerousarticles
articles in < the northern part of the city
and on account of the quality of the thegoods thegoods thegoods
goods it was suspected that the stuff had
bten stolen A description of the men menwas menWllf menwai
was received in this way and last even
Ing Officer Malone a plain clothes man manSAW manS8W mans1w
SAW the men walking along the street
Ho recognized them from the descriptions
he had been given Hidirtg in a door doorway doorway doorway ¬
way the officer allowed the men to pass
He then followed them for a short ris ristance riBtance rIstance
tance In the meantime he had drawn his hisgun hisgun hisgun
gun from an overcoat pocket Leveling
the gun on the men he commanded them themto themIto
to < throw up their hands One of the men menreached menreached menreached
reached for his pocket but a blow on onth onth onth
th jaw jawconvinced convinced him that resistance was wasuseless wasubfless wasUbeleSS
useless so he complied with the com command command cornmand ¬
mand While the hands of all three were werein werein wereilL
in the air the officer searched them do doing doing doing ¬
ing this with one hand and holding the thegun thegun thegun
gun upon them with the other The man manwho manwho manwho
who had refused to obey the officers re request request request ¬
quest had 8 Browning automatic gun in inthe inthe inthe
the pocket he was so desirous of reach reaching reaching reachbig ¬
ing Art the police station they thc gave their theirnames theirnames theirnames
names as George Ge < > rge A Johnson A J Wil Wilson Vil Vilson Vilson ¬
son and Thomas Fitzgerald When Whensearched Whensearched Then Thensearched
searched a large amount of supposed supposedplunder supposedplunder supposedplunder
plunder was found upon them This con consisted consisted consisted ¬
sisted of two cases of finger rings set setwith setwith setwith
with garnets emeralds and amethysts amethystsalsto amethystsalso amethystsah9o
also a quantity of scarfpins set with withvarious withvStrjous withvarious
various stones cuff and collar buttons buttonsknives butJtonsknives buttonsknives
knives and watches Wilson tho man manwho manwho manwho
who attempted to reach his gun wore a arew Iirew areur
rew sheepskin lined canvas coat which whichhe whichhe
he claimed to have purchased in Reno Renoseveral Renoseveral Renoseveral
several weeks ago but it had the appear appearance appearance appearanee ¬
ance of being new An effort is j being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made to locate the rightful owners of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the property propertyST propertST propertyST
ST PATRICKS PATRICKSPROGRAMME PATRICKSPROGRAMMEPupils PROGRAMME PROGRAMMEPupils
Pupils of Sacred Heart Academy AcademyPrepare AcademyPrepare AcademyPrepare
Prepare Entertainment EntertainmentIn
In commemoration of St Patricks day daythe daythe daythe
the young women of the Sacred Heart Heartacademy Heartacademy Heartacademy
academy will give an entertainment on onFriday onFriday onFriday
Friday evening Considerable attention attentionhas uttentiollhas attentionhas
has been given to the programme by b the thestudents thestudents thestudents
students which will be as follows followsMy follows1y followsMy
My 1y Wild Irish Rose Ro Olcott OlcottJunior OlcottJunior
Junior Vocal Class ClnsaCome ClasjfCome ClassCome
Come Back to EnD calisthenic calisthenicsong calisthenicS calisthenicsong
song S g Claribel ClaribelTlie ClarIbelTae ClaribelThe
Tae Minims MinimsThe MinimaThe MInlmsThe
The Fearless Club Comedy
Act 1 IA A room in Miss Henleys country countrywme
home homeRecitation homeRecitation wme wmeRecftlltioll
Recitation Down on the Irish Coast
CoastLocke
Locke LockeMiss LockeMi cko ckoMiss
Miss Mi A Coltman ColtmanVocal ColtmmVocal Coltm n nVocal
Vocal duet d t Theres a Song in My
Heart Walker WalkerMisses ValkeUs ValkoMisses
Misses Us es J Tarter and F I Downey > owney
Act 2 ZCottage Cottage ttage on Spook island islandWaltzes islandooValtzes islandWaltzes
Waltzes Blonkc BlonkcS
I S H A CeceHan club clubContralto clubContralto clubContralto
Contralto ado nob Irish lri h Hush Song
Needham isreedhamMtee Needham111s6 NeedhamMISS
MISS A j A Anderson AndersonAct AndersonAct AndersonAct
Act 3 3Same Same ts s Act 2 2Vccal 2Vccal
Vccal ScotchIrish Medley Me4Iley0 I Arnold ArnoldMiaees ArnoldlIJ ArnoldMbses
Miaees lIJ cs J Tarter Kilkenny Knkenn Shop Shophard Shephard Shophard
hard F Downey Iverson A Colt Coltman Coltnwn Coltniazi
man Needercorn N edercorn Thompson A AAnderson AAnderson AAnderson
Anderson AndersonConcert AndersonCORCert AndersonConcert
Concert recitation Limerick Bells Bellslit Bellsii
13 ii S Place PlaceAccompanist PlaceAccompanist PlaceAccompanist
Accompanist Miss L I Leipsiger LeipsigerMisses Leipslgeorlm LeipsigerMisses
Misses lm ses Shephard Miller Maguire MaguireIverson MaguireIverson MaguireIverson
Iverson J Tarter F Downey Downe T A AColtman ACollman ACoitman
Coltman Trapp Kane M Kane KaneMftrcer KanMfJrcer 1aneMercer
Mercer Gamble P Gleed Krauss KraussPender KraussPender KniussPender
Pender Malone A Conroy M MMoran MMoran 1 1lIoran
Moran B ONeil Dumas Murray MurrayOConnor MurrayOConnor MurrayOConnor
OConnor Hague H e H McCarty M MVallaux MVaflaux 1 1Vallaux
Vallaux McGuiness Jackman Jac 11an K KOBrien KOBrien KOBrien
OBrien M Grill Rouff RouffSoldfers RouffSoldlers RouffSoldiers
Soldiers Chorus Ch rus from Faust
Gounod GounodChoral GounodChoral GounodChoral
Choral class classVARIETY classVARIETY classVARIETY
VARIETY IN THE STORN STORNWind STOijNWind STORNIWind
Wind Electricity and Then a Heavy HeavySnowfall HeavySnowfall HeavySnowfall
Snowfall SnowfallOne SnowfallOne SnowfallOne
One of the most severe s Yere storms that has hasvisited hasvisited hasvisited
visited this section for a long time fol followed followed 101lowed ¬
lowed a 8 twoday windstorm and reached reachedhere reachedhere reachedhere
here about 2 oclock yesterday morning morningat
at which time the wind died down Pre Preceding Precoding Precoding ¬
coding the heaviest fall of snow of the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter was u a display of lightning fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by heavy peals of thunder Hail Hailfollowed Haltfollowed Hailfollowed
followed and later the snow began fall falling falling fallng ¬
ing ng This continued until it had reached reacheda
a depth of more than a foot The storm stormwas stormwas stormwas
was perhaps much more severe west of ofOgden ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden than in this immediate vicinity and andtraffic anduafflc andtiaffic
traffic of all kinds suffered materially materiallyTelegraph l114tenallyTelegraph materiallyTelegraph
Telegraph and telephone poles were wer blown blowndown blowndown blowndown
down and the service greatly interrupted interruptedThe
The passenger trains both from the east eastand eastand eastand
and from the west were considerably be behind behind behind ¬
hind their schedule time on account of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the storm stormAUTO stormAUTO stormAUTO
AUTO OWNERS OWNERSINCENSED OWNERSINCENSEDSay INCENSED INCENSEDSay
Say Ordinance Restricting Speed to toFour toFour toFour
Four Miles Is Absurd AbsurdThe AbsurdThe AbsurdI
I The ordinance passed by the city coun council counejJ councii
cil Monday night regulating the speed speedof
of automobiles to eight miles per hour hourthrough hourthrough hourthrough
through the streets and four miles per perhour perbour perhour
hour over crosswalks according to own owners ownocs owners ¬
ers is abeurd They assert that the speed speedlimit speedlimit I IIImit
limit Is so S low that it is Impossible to toobey toobey toobey
obey It and operate a a machine To re reduce reduce reduce ¬
duce the speed of the machine to four fourmiles fourmftes fourmiles
miles at each crossing and taking Into Intoconsideration Intoconsideration intoconsideration
consideration the time it takes to get the themachine themachine I Imaclune
machine under way again ag n as well as the thetime theUme thelime
time consumed in slowing up would make makethe makethe makethe
the average erag8 speed through the city about aboutfour aboutf aboutfour
four f r miles mil s per hour Fifteen Fifte n miles per perhour perhour I
hour with the machine under control at atstreet atstreet atstreet
street crossings are about the usual usualregulations usualregulations I Iregulations
regulations It Is expected that the mayor mayorferring may mayerwill r rvil1
will veto that part or the ordinance re reterring referring
ferring to the speed s ced to be maintained maintainedCigar maintainedCigar maintainedCigar
Cigar Makers Rule RuleTho RuleThe RuleThe
The Ogden Cigar Makers union unlo held Ilf 1d a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting here yesterday forenoon regard regarding regarding regardleg ¬
ing the enforcement of a rule adopted adoptedby adoptedbr
by b them about a a week ago which pro provides providos prodos ¬
vides dos that no manufacturer shall be al allowed a1lwed allowod ¬
lowed to handle or sell in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with others any nonunion nonunioncigars made madecigars mndcigars
cigars Complaint has been made to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that local loc l manufacturers have been beenselling beenselling beenselling
selling cigars contrary to this rule Whilethe Whilethe While Whilethe
the action of the body was not given givenout givenout givenout
out It Is stated that the local decided decidedto
to leave the matter to the international internationalbody internationalbody interuationalbody
body and abide by its action It is ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected that an amicable adjustment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the matter m tter will be effected without fur further turUier furiher ¬
ther trouble troubleAnnounces troubleAnnounces troubleAnnounces
Announces Machinery Purchase PurchaseBata PurchaseBela
1 Bela Kadish announced yesterday that thathe thathe thatho
he had already alro dy purchased about 50000 50000worth 00000worth IOOOworth
worth of machinery for f r the new smelter smelterto
to be built near Ogden The contract for forfurnishing forfurnishing
furnishing the power has been awarded awardedto
to Brigham City A line to transmit this thispower thispower thispower
power will be constructed from the power powerhouse powerhouse powerhouse
house In Brigham City canyon to the thesmelter thesmelter thesmelter
smelter site siteBurial siteBurial siteBurialof
Burial Burialof of C A Hambley HambleyFuneral HambleyFuner8l HambleyFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of ofC ofC ofC
C A Hambley were held from the resi residence residance resideuce ¬
dance 92S Twentythird street at 3 3oclock 3o 3oelock
oclock o eloak yesterday af aftQr afternoon tornoon oon Samuel SamuelBlair SamuelBlair SamuellaIr
Blair laIr of the f o First Methodist church churchpreachedthasermon churchreached churchpteatthed
preachedthasermon pteatthed reached tbssennon the and a quartette quartettefrom quartettefrom quartettefrom
from th the MeChodist MeCho lst choir furnished the thet
t
Petermans s Roach Food FoodA
A BOON TO HOUSEKEEPERS HOUSEKEEPERSThe HO SEKEEPERS SEKEEPERSThe
The most Improved method to free a ahouse ahouse ahouse
house of large or small roaches Is to touse touse touse
use the contents of a box of Peter Petermans Petermans Petermans ¬
mans Roach Food at t one time Shake ShakeIt
It on joints so some of It will penetrate penetrateand
and remain to keep kee the premises con continuously contfnuously continuously ¬
tinuously free Roaches Roac es eat It as food foodIt
It Is the most destructive remedy on onthis onthis onthis
this earth to them and it will not scat scatter scatter scatter ¬
ter them to other places to live and andmultiply andmulUply andmultiply
multiply multiplyBEDBUGS mulUplyBEDBUG8Petermans multiplyBEDBUGSPeterinans
BEDBUGS BEDBUG8Petermans Petermans Discovery Discoveryf DiscoveryquicksUver
f quicksilver Bedbugs Bedbugstake Bedbugstake Bedbugstake
take it up In the circu clrcuwhen circulation circulatlon
lation when going over overwhere
0 where It is brushed on on1fghtly
4 lightly Its invaluable fnvaluabJeN
N If 0 brushed on beds bedswhen bedsb
b when apart and on onback onback onI
I back of picture frames framesmouldings framesmouldings framesmouldiugs
mouldings etc It will willnot willnot willnot
not rust or harm furniture or bedding
Odorless and not poisonous poisonousPetermans poIsonousPetermans poisonousPetermang
Petermans Discovery liquid iquldIn liquidInflexible iquldInflexible In Inflexible
flexible handy cans for cracks walls wallsmattresses wallsmattresses wallsmattresses
mattresses etc Odorless nonexplo nonexplosive nonexplosive ¬
sive sivePeternrnns
Petermans Ant Food FoodA A strong strongpowder strongpowder strongpowder
powder to kill and drive away ants antsPetermans antsPetermans antsPetermans
Petermans Ratmouse Food makes makesrats makesrats makesrats
rats or mice wild they will leave and andnot andnot andnot
not return returnTake returnTake returnTake
Take no other as time may be even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more Important than money moneyOriginated moneyOriginated moneyOriginated
Originated in 1873 Perfected in 1905 1905by 1905by 1905by
by Wm Peterman Mfg Chemist
54 56 G 58 West 13th St New York City
London Eng Montreal P Q QSold QSold QSold
Sold by all druggists in Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
City and throughout the United States StatesSold StatesSold StatesSold
Sold wholesale and retail by byr byI byZI
I ZI r C M M1 I h Drug Oru Store Sturell2114
112114 Main Street Salt Lake City Citymusic Citymusic Citymusic
music The Carpenters union of which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the dead man was a member attended attendedthe attendedthe attendedthe
the services services in in a body acting as pall pallbearers p pallbearers U Ubearers ¬
bearers and performing their ritual ser service service service ¬
vice at the grave Interment was in the thecity thecity thecity
city cemetery
Ogden Briefs BriefsJ
J H Devine Is in Evanston today todayFrank toda todaFrank todayFrank
Frank Hinkley one of of the men who whomade whomade whomade
made the gun play in the Palm saloon saloona
a few nights ago was fined 40 by Judge
J 1 D Murphy 1UJr hy in the police court here hereyesterday bereyesterday hereyesterday
yesterday yesterdayInvitations yesterdayInvitations 0 0Invitations
Invitations have been issued for the
fifth of the dancing parties to be given
by the Ogden High school alumni which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be held at the Toller Dancing acad academy academy acadezny ¬
emy Friday Frida evening eveningA
A T Wright and several other direc directors directcrs directrs ¬
tors of the new Union Portland Cement Cementcompanyreturned Cementc1mpanyreturned Cementcompany
companyreturned company returned yesterday from an in inspection Inspection inspection ¬
spection trip to he plant of the Portland PortlandCement PortlundCement PortlandCement
Cement company at Portland Colo ColoThe ColoThe Cob CobThe
The meeting of the Humane society societywhich societywhich societywhich
which was called for last evening has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been postponed until next Thursday even evening eening evenlug ¬
ing at S oclock in the First Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchuroh
church An effort will 111 be made to organ organize orgaize organize ¬
ize a branch of the society societ in Ogden OgdenHarry OgdenHarry OgdenHarry
Harry Simons aged 17 was sent to the theReform theReform theReform
Reform school scho l here yesterday by Judge JudgeA
A B Patton in the juvenile court and andhie andhis I
his chum Gustav Nordstrom will ill prob probably probably ¬ I Iably
ably be turned over to the district court courtThe courtThe I
The boys were up on charges of petit petitlarceny petitlayceny
larceny larcenyE laTcenyE II IIlaTceny
E O Wattis In charge of the Utah UtahCrnstruction UtahCCDStruCtlOn UtahCenstrudilon
Crnstruction companys work at Oro Orovilte OroYUle OroI1ie
YUle I1ie on the route of the Western Pacific Pacificis
is in Ogden for a 3 few days and an announces announces announces ¬
nounces that although there is a large largeforce largeforce largeforce
force of men at work there there is still stillroom stmroom stillroom
room for more men menIn menIn menIn
In the district court here yesterday the thesession thesession thesession
session was occupied with the Belnap BelnapWiddlson BelnapWiddison
Widdison damage suit which will again againbe againbe againbe
be taken up this morning John Little Lktlefield Littlefield Littlefield
field pleaded guilty to simple assault and andwas andwas andwas
was sentenced to ninety days in the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county jail jailHORRIBLE jailHORRIBLE
01 01HORRIBLE
HORRIBLE MURDER IN INHAWAIIAN INHAWAIIAN INHAWAIIAN
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ISLANDSf ISLANDSHonolulu ISLANDSHonolulu
f Honolulu March 7 via San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco +
4 + Francisco March 13 13Five Five Core Coreans 9 9ans f
4 + ans on the Island of Hawaii have havebeen havebeen +
+ been accused of a murder of un unusual unusual +
4 + usual atrocity Their alleged vie vicUm vietim +
4 + tim was a 8 fellow countryman sus suspected +
4 4 pected of stealing 56 They are aresaid aresaid +
4 + said to have seized him In a cane canefield + 4field +
4 + field and then held Inquisition It Itis Itis +
4 + is charged that he was beaten beatenand beatenand +
4 + + and cut and when he fainted his hiscaptors +
4 + 4 captors revived him with wine wineof wineof +
4 + of which they partook themselves themselvesresuming 4 4resuming + f
4 + resuming the tortures when he hewas + f
4 4 was strong enough To add to his hisf hissufferings + 4sufferinGS
+ f sufferings salt Is said to have havebeen havebeen +
+ been placed in his open wounds woundsHe +
4 4 He died when a fire was kindled kindledunder 4 4under f
+ under a Portion of his body Be Besides Besides + f
+ sides the five men Indicted four fourf tourothers + 4others
+ f others are in custody in connec connectlon connection + f
+ tlon with the affair affairAPRIL affairtttt affairAPRIL +
tttt f fAPRIL
APRIL CONFERENCE CONFERENCESANPETE CONFERENCESANPETEATTENTION CONFERENCESANPETEATTENTION SANPETE SANPETEATTENTION
ATTENTION ATTENTIONWait
Wait Talt for announcement of Sanpete SanpeteValley SanpeteValley SarpeteValley
Valley trains The Pioneer line J H HHornung HHornung HHornung
Hornung G A ManU MantlRESIST ManURESIST ManUIESIS1
RESIST BY FORCE 0 OF IUUCatholics ARMS ARMSCatholics ARMSCatholics
Catholics Aroused to Despera Desperation Desperation Desperation ¬
tion by Enforcement of ofFrench ofFrench ofFrench
French Law LawMarseilles LawMarseilles Law1Marseilles
Marseilles March 13 lSAn An exciting excitingscene excitingscene excitingscene
scene occurred oc urred today at the doors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cathedral The local authorities s at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to take an inventory under underthe underthe underthe
the church and separation law where whereupon whereupon whereupon ¬
upon the bishop wearing his mitre and andsurrounded andsurrounded andsurrounded
surrounded by the congregation chant chanting ch chnting JIlt JIlting ¬
ing ordered the authorities not to en enter enter enter ¬
ter the cathedral and read a declara declaration dec1aration declaration ¬
tion denouncing the law as renewing renewingthe
the evils which brought on the revolu revolution revolution revolution ¬
tion and the reign of terror The Thebishop Thebishop Thebishop
bishop added Here before the altar altarI
I announce that I am prepared to suf suffer suffer suffor ¬
fer Imprisonment exile or death In de defending defending defending ¬
fending the rights of the church churchThe churchThe churchThe
The authorities withdrew in order to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid trouble The cathedral will be beclosed beclosed beclosed
closed day and night and guards who whowill whowIll whowill
will keep regular watches have been beenorganized beenorganized beenorganized
organized to resist the government in inspectors inspectol9 Inspectora ¬
spectors spectorsPrivas spectol9Prlvas spectoraPrivas
Privas France March 13 1SThe The pop population population population ¬
ulation of the town of Coucouron about aboutfify aboutflfy aboutftfy
fify miles from here are are determined to toresist toresist toresist
resist the taking of the inventory of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church under the church and state stateseparation states stateseparation
separation s law The doors are heavily heavilybarricaded heavilybarrIcAded heavilybarricded
barricaded and strong gratings have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been fastened across the windows A Ahundred Ahundred Ahundred
hundred men armed with rifles and pro provisioned provisioned provisioned ¬
visioned for a long siege are installed installedinside installedinside InstalledInside
inside the building buildingWE buUdlngWE buildIngWE
a
WE EMPLOY A LARGE FORCE FORCEOf
Of competent workmen to execute or orders orders orders ¬
ders for Painting Paper Hanging HangingTinting HangingTInting HangIngTinting
Tinting etc etcC etcCR etcC
C CR H Bodel Bod 3335 33 S East flst lEt South
IRE RAISED OF OFHONEST OFHONESTOLD
HONEST HONESTOLD OLD MAN MANFonner
Former Senator Cockrell Severely SeverelyRebukes SeverelyRebukes SeverelyRebukes
Rebukes One of the Standard StandardOil
Oil Managers ManagersINDULGED ManagersINDULGED anagers anagersINDULGED
INDULGED IN PLAIN TALK TALKWITNESS TALKWITN TALKWITNESS
WITNESS WITN ESS HAD THE TH E hJSUAL USUAL HI HIDONT II IIDONT 1 1DONT
DONT KNOW KNOWKansas KNOWKansas KNOWKansas
Kansas City March 13 ISFrancis Francis M MCockrell MCockrell 31Cockrell
Cockrell of the interstate commerce commercecommission commercecommission commercecommission
commission severely reprimanded G GW GV GW
W V Mayer 31ay Kansas City manager of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Standard S ndard Oil company today dur during dUrIng during ¬
ing the investigation Into alleged allegedmethods allegedmethods allegedmethods
methods of railroads and the Standard StandardOil
Oil company in discriminating dls rlminating against againstIndependent againstindependent againstindependent
Independent oil men hereabouts The Thelawyers TheIa Thelawyers
lawyers Ia wyers for the commission commissionT J T TMarehand TMarehand TMarehand
Marehand and Charles Munn and the thelawyers thelawyers thelawyers
lawyers for the independent oil pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers Frank S Monnett Clifford CliffordThome CliffordThome CliffordThorne
Thome and S W Brookhart had been beentrying beentrying beentrying
trying hard to get from Mayer an ad admission admission admission ¬
mission that there was any connec connection connection connection ¬
tion between the Standard Oil com company company cornpany ¬
pany the Union Tank Line company companythe companythe companythe
the Republic Oil company the Waters WatersPierce WatersPierce WatersPierce
Pierce OH company and other com companies cornpanics < om ompanles ¬
panics To all Questions Mr Mayer Mayeranswered Mayeranswered Mayeranswered
answered answeredI
I do not know although he had hadbeen l1adbfen badbeen
been a manager of the Standard Oil Oilcompany Oilcompany Oilcompany
company for twentyeight years yearsCockrellIndignant yearsCockrelllndignant yearsCockrell
CockrellIndignant CockrellIndignantAt Cockrell Indignant IndignantAt
At the close of his testimony Mr MrCockrell 11rCokreU MrCoekrell
Cockrell asked him himDell himliell himTell
Dell this commission are the Re Republic RepubUc Republic ¬
public Oil company and the Waters AYatersPierce WatersPierce YatersPierce
Pierce Oil company part of the Stand Standard Standard Standard ¬
ard Oil company companyI
I do not know sir sirWhat sirWhat sirWhat
What is your best impression about aboutIt
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I have nope nopeDont DOPeDont nopeDont
Dont you ou feel In your heart hca rt it is isso isso isso
so
I dont know kn wy sir sirMade sirMade sirMade
Made the Missourian Tired TiredThen TiredThen TiredTlieii
Then the veteran senator slapped the thedesk th thdesk thedesk
desk with his fist and said severely severelyI
001 I am tired and sick of this effort effortmade el effortmade ort ortmade
made by Standard Oil people to con conceal conceal conceal ¬
ceal this fact when every man woman womanand womanand womanand
and child knows it is so Now every everybody cerybody everybody ¬
body wants the truth told here and andwhy andwhy andwhy
why dont you tell it Every tub ought oughtto
to stand on its own bottom and you youfolks ou oufolks oufolks
folks ought not to dodge this question questionfurther questIonfurther questionfurther
further furtherSeveral furtherSeeral furtherSeveral
Several witnesses testified today to todiscrimination todiscrimination todiscrimination
discrimination by railroads against In Independent Indepebdent iiidepebdent ¬
depebdent producers producersThe
The hearing will be concluded to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowThermometer
o 4 4BUTTE 0 0BUTTE
BUTTE SUFFERS SUFFERSFROM FROrn GOLD GOLDThermoll1eter COEDThermometer
Thermometer 22 Below With Witha
a High Wind Blowing BlowingMines BlowingMines BlowingMines
Mines Shut Down DownButte DownButte DownButte
Butte March 13 lJButtc 13Butte Butte and the state stategenerally stategenernJly stategenerally
generally were visited last night and I1d to today today today ¬
day by one of the severest storms in inyears Inyears inycrs
years The thermometer dropped as low lowas lowas
as 22 2 below zero with a high 11 h wind 1Id The Thestorm Thestorm rh rh1torm
storm center Is in the eastern and south southern 5Outllfn ¬
ern fn portions of the state heavy snow snowfailing sno snofallln snowfalling
failing fallln accompanied by extreme cold
The Oregon Short Line railroad is tIe demoralized tIemoraJized tiemoralized ¬
moralized On One passenger train due in
this city clth city at 245 24 a m arrived this even everfng ¬
ing eighteen eft t n hours lateJ late la This train traincaped es escaped escaped ¬
caped the brunt of the storm but the thapassenger th thp thepassenger
passenger p following followln is still sOmewhere sbmewheryalong s sOmewherealong mewhen mewhenelong
along the road with communication in Ir ¬
terrupted Northern Pacific and Bur ¬
lington trains are all running hours late
Stock interests are suffering severely and andthe andthe andthe
the lots will be considerable con tdernble The wave
tonight appears broken brokenAll brokenAU brokenAll
All of the mine mln of the Amalgamated
Copper company are compelled to sus suspend suspend sunpend ¬
pend operations tonight as the result of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the cold freezing the ore in the bins binsalso binsalso binsalso
also hampering the work at the smelt smelters smelters smelters ¬
ers
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Conference Service Via the Pioneer PioneerLine Piopeer PiopeerLine PioneerLine
Line LineAs LineAs LineAs
As usual the Sanpete Valley Rail Railway Rallyay Railway ¬
way will operate the fastest scheduled scheduledtrains sch scheduedtrains ue < 1 1trains
trains for congerence Instant con connections connections ¬
nections at Nephi See agents or J JH JH 3H
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r most perfect confections made madeEvery madeI
I Every sealed package is war warranted warranted warJ ¬ I
J ranted to be beth in prime primecondition primeconditionI condition conditionor I
I or money refunded refundedOne refundedOne refundedI
I One thing thlngpeculiar peculiar to Lowneys Lowneyscandies Lowneyscandies Lowneyscandles
candies is that they can be eaten eatenfreely eatenfreelYi eatenI
I freely they ore pure and whole wholesome wholesome wholeii ¬
ii some someAnother someAnother
11 Another is that the Lowneypack8ge Lowney Lowneypackages
I packages are full weight weightSend weightSm weightI
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I The WALTER VAL TER M LOWNEY CO COBOSTON COBOSTON
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RAILWAY RATE DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONSenator DISCUSSIONSenator DISCUSSIONSenator
Senator Simmons of North Carolina CarolinaHeld Carolinaheld I IHeld
Held the Floor Yesterday Ad Advocating Advocating ¬ I Ivacating
vocating House Measure MeasureWashington MeasureWashington I IVushington
Washington March 13 13Before Before tak taking taking taking ¬
ing up the railroad question today the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate passed pas a number of bills some someof someof seineof
of which were of considerable Import Importance importance Importance ¬
ance One of them provides for the thepunishment thepunishment thepunishment
punishment of government officials for forthe forthe forthe
the premature divulgence of secret in informatioin informatioin informatloin
formatioin of government bureaus In Insuch Insuch insuch
such matters as the crop reports an another another another ¬
other grants executive authority in the thematter thematter thematter
matter of construction of bridges over overinavigable overnavigable overnavigable
navigable streams and still another anothergives anothergives anothergives
gives congressional sanction s etion to the ef effort effort effort ¬
fort on the part of Delaware and New NewJersey NewTersey NewJersey
Jersey to adjust their Ions pending pendingboundary pendIngboundary pendingboundary
boundary dispute disputeMr disDutelIr disputeMr
Mr Simmons made the speech of o the theday theday theday
day on the railroad rate question He Heannounced Heannounced Heannounced
announced his support suppor of the house housemeasure housemeasure housemeasure
measure but said he was not opposed opposedto
to reasonable modifications modificationsMr
Mr Ir Tillman announced that after to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow he would seek to tohave have the rate ratebill rat ratbill ratebill
bill taken up for consideration each eachday eachday eachday
day immediately after disposing of the theroutine theroutine theroutine
routine business of the senate instead insteadof
of waiting until 2 oclock
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who n ho have bought diamonds of us ushave ushave
have made good investments They Theyeach Theyeach
each nave a good diamond and andpaid andpaid
paid us less than it can be bought boughtor boughtfor
for or now nowWe nowWe
We are prepared to sustain our ourreputation ourreputation
reputation for diamonds diamondsEstablished diamondsREASorABLE
Established EstablishedREASONABLE
REASONABLE PRICES PRICESKeep I IKeep aKeep
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of steam up upeat ulelit upekt
eat lots of ofzood Qtsrood Ofgood
good b breati breatiand r e a n nand tl tland
and butter You will be beof sure sureof curof
of good bread if you use usePRESTON usePreston usePreston
Preston Flour FlourPRESTON FlowPRESTON
PRESTON MILLING CO COPreston coPreston COPreston
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L Idaho IdahoPANIC IdahoPANIC IdahoPANIC
PANIC OF PASSENGERS PASSENGERSSTOPPED PASSENGERSSTOPPED PASSENGERSSTOPPED
STOPPED BY THREATS THREATSNew
New York March 13 IJA A terrifying terrifyingperienee terrifyingperience s sperience
perience at s sea a was aasreported reported by the < ff ficers ffcers ffcers
cers of the French line steamer t0am r Hudson Hudsonwhich Hud Hudsaiwhich ot1 ot1which
which arrived hare h eo today During tV tVstorm ll llstann i i istorm
storm which swept the Atlantic last Fri Friday Fnday I Iday ¬
day afternoon and evening eV nlnb the 336 stor storage sfrerage t > r rage ¬
age passengers on the stammer st ner beeam beeampanic beeampanic beamapanic
panic stricken strick and were quieted qlete4only only aft after a nflor fl fler ¬
er the captain and first officer ha la lathreatened 1 1threatened
threatened them with revBlv revqIrr r and nd kuifr kuifrCaptain kniftCaptain kn i f fCaptain
Captain Juham said that Hie tu storm whll whllit wh1lit whiit
it lasted was as the most severe he ev evr evraaw d dAW r rsaw
saw In his thirty year ears experience at atserf atseL atPAl
serf serfPAINTS Co CoPAl
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