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01 18 1 5 NO KB 6 J I I l I I S J I I I I I l I U I I I S Price rice 5 Gents The Salt Lake Herald HeraldVol
Vol 167 No No3 3U
TAfT TUCKED TUCKOAWAY TUCKEDPresident
AWAY AVAYEARLY AVAYEARLYTAFT ARlY ARlYi
i
President Secured a Good GoodNights GoodNights
Nights Rest Before Three ThreeDays ThreeDays
Days of Sightseeing in the theBeautiful theBeautiful theBeautiful
Beautiful Yosemite Valley ValleyWILL ValleyWILL ValleyWILL
WILL VISIT THE GIANT GIANTTREES GIANTTREES GIANTTREES
TREES THIS MORNING MORNINGThen MORNINThen MORNINGThen
Then All the Show Places in inthe inthe inthe
the Park Will Be Viewed in inTurn inTurn inTurn
Turn Before the Executive ExecutiveContinues Executivepo
po Continues Homeward Trip TripFEW TripFE Trip1FEW
FEW FE V SPEECHES YESTERDAY YESTERDAYEl
El Portal Cal Oct 6 GPresident GPresidentTaft President PresidentTaft
Taft is safely tucked away tonight in inthis inthis iiithis
this remote little settlement at the thefoot thefoot thefoot
foot of the Sierras and near the gate gateway gateway gateway ¬
way of the Yosemite valley one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the garden spots of the world worldClad worldClad worldClad
Clad in khaki riding breeches soft softshirt softshirt softI
I shirt khaki coat boots and cap Pres President President President ¬
ident Taft tomorrow morning will willstart willstart willstart
start out of El Portal on a three days daystrip daystrip daystrip
trip of sightseeing sightseeingBy
B By stage and on foot he will visit the thegiant thegant thegiant
giant sequoias In the Mariposa big tree treegrove treegrove treegrove
grove will follow the roads and trails trailsInto trailsInto trailsInto
Into the valley valle and will ill walk about the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor of that park to admire its Impos Imposing ImpoiiIng ImpoIng ¬
ing scenic splendor splendorThe
The visit to the big trees said to be
the tlolllest oldest and largest of living things thingst thingsmes thingsrnes
t me8 first In Mr Tafts itinerary Itlnt > rary Leav ¬
ing In by b coach early tomorrow morning he heand heand heand
and his party will m be driven to Wawona Wawonaat awona awonant
at the edge of the grove where real mon inonarchs monarths monarehs
archs of the forest grow to an altitude altitudeof
of more than 300 feet and more than 100
feet in circumference at th the base baeeA
A Wonderful Experience ExperienceMr
Mr Ir Taft will be driven through a tun tunnel tunml timncI ¬
ncI cut through thr ugh the base of one of the theold theold theold
old trees t s which is said to have been beenstanding beenstanding beenstanding
standing from 3000 to 50W years ear The
forenoon fon > noon of Friday will be given I ven over to
the th big trees the President spending
Thursday night at the hotel In AVawona
On Friday afternoon the President will willenter willnttr willntr
enter the park from one of the highest highestpoints hlKhestplnts highestpints
points and after a trip to all the show showI showJlaes
I laces of the upper levels will begin a adscent adescent
descent to the thenoor floor which is enclosed by byalmost byalmost
almost perpendicular cliffs of stone more morethan morethan morethan
than 3000 feet in height It will be the
Presidents first trip into the Yosemite Yosemiteand Yosemiteand
and he has been looking forward to it for formoMthe formOJths forrnoiths
moMthe both as a a sightseeing experience experienceand
and as affording three days of rest from fromsurging from5urging fromsurging
surging crowds and speechmaking sneechmaktngDisplay speech making makingDisplay
Display Not Desired DesiredWhen DesiredWben Desiredpretty
When the park officials heard that the
President was coming they arranged to
have a troop of United States cavalry act actas actas actas
as his escort for the day among the high hightrees highv hightrees
v trees and the two days in the valley vane Mr MrTaft llrrfaft MrTaft
Taft was Informed of the plans at San SanFrancisco SanFranclflCO SanFrancisco
Francisco and he asked at once that the thecoc thesort thetort
coc sort ort be dispensed dlspen ed with He is anxious anxiousthat anxioust1at anxioustiat
that the trip through the park shall be bedevoid bedevoid bedevoid
devoid of spectacular features and that thathis thathIs thaths
his visit be relieved as much as possible possibleof
of an official aspect Th The President was waspretty wasprttty wasDisplay
pretty tired tl d from his strenuous day in inSan InSan inSan
San Francisco Francl co Oakland and Berkeley Berkeleyjesterday Berkeleesterday
A yesterday and retired early tonight in the thelittle theJlttle thelittle
little hotel here
John Muir on Hand HandJohn HandJohn HandJohn
John Muir the noted naturalist and andgeologist andgeologist andgeologist
geologist who is the recognized authority authorityon authollton
on all matters of the Yosemite joined the thePresidents thePresldents thePresidents
Presidents party at San Francisco this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning and will personally explain the thewonders thewonders thewnders
wonders of the park and valley alle to Mr MrTaft MrTaft Ir IrTaft
Taft The Yosemite recently was re recJed reded rectied
cJed ded by b the state of California to the theUnited thePnltpd theVnItd
United States and now Is under the same samecontrol sameControl samecontrol
control as a the Yellowstone The Presi President Presld President ¬
dent d > nt visited the Yellowstone several years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago and during his present tour Is adding addingtr addlntthE
tr th Yosemite and the Grand canyon in inArizona InArizona InArizona
Arizona to the long list of the worlds worldswonders worldsonders worldsiondem
wonders it has been his good fortune to tosee toSfE toefe
see
Few Members in Party PartyMr
Mr r Taft will be accompanied into the thelig theloig thetug
tug tree grove and into the park only by bymembers bynHmbErs bymembers
members of his own party and a Califor California California CaliforrLla ¬
nia delegation consisting of Governor Gil GIlth
1 tti Senator Flint and Representatives RepresentativesX Repre RepresentativesNedham ntatlves ntatlvesNtdham
X Ntdham edham McKinlay IcKlnla and Engelbright Engelbrightlien
When lien the date of the Presidents visit visitt
ti t < 1 the park was fixed there was U great greatfear greatfpar groatfear
fear that his trip might be seriously seriouslyriarred serioushrlarred seriouslymirred
riarred by the suffocating dust which whichhimetimes whichfmetimes
1 himetimes is encountered on the way wa in inand Inind innd
and < nd out during the dry season ea on of the theiear thear theetr
iear etr ar Rains during the > last ten days dayshowever dayslowever I
however have fortunately served to put putthe putthe putthe
the roads In the best of condition and andalso andalso I Ialso
also to provide a new supply of water for forthe forthe I Ithe
the falls which at this season have but butsmall butsmall butrmalt
small semblance to the rushing pitching pitchingt pitchingftaracta pitchingrataracts
t ataraets of the spring
BIG INHERITANCE TAX TAXSan TAXSan TAXSan
San Francisco Oct 6 Probate Judge JudgeCnffey JudgeHey Judgeffey
Cnffey Hey today fixed the amount of the theinheritance theIhrltanre theJnhr1tancQ
inheritance ax to be paid to the state stateb stateby
b by the th widow of the th late Claus Sprockets Spreckelsat
at 97651 97 1 I In a partial distribution of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the estate three weeks ago Mrs Spreckels Spreckelsas
was as allotted J3370S81
CONFERENCE CONffRfNCfAT
AT AN END ENDPresident NO NOPresident
President Joseph F Smith De Delivers Delivers Delivers ¬
I
I livers a Strong Address in inWhich inWhich inWhich
Which He Says S ys God Only OnlyShould OnlyShould OnlyShould
Should Judge Mistakes MistakesLEVI MistakesLEVI MistakesLEVI
LEVI EDGAR YOUNG IS ISGIVEN ISGIVEN
GIVEN A HIGH OFFICE OFFICEThree OFFICEThree OFFICEThree
Three Officers of Church Are AreDropped AreDropped AreDropped
Dropped From List and Sev Several Several Several ¬
eral Excellent Addresses Are AreGiven AreGiven AreGiven
Given During the Session SessionCONFERENCE SessionCONFERENCE Session1CONFERENCE
CONFERENCE IS A SUCCESS SUCCESSConference SUCCESSCOl SUCCESSConference
Conference COl erence closed yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon with the presentation of the thenames thenames thenames
names of the general officers all of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom were sustained and a closing closingaddress closingaddress closingaddress
address of Joseph P Smith president presidentof
of the church The attendance was wassmaller wassmaller wassmaller
smaller at both morning and after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon sessions than on any previous previousday
day although the tabernacle was well wellfilled wellfilled wellfilled
filled filledIncluding filledIncluding filledIncluding
Including that of the president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the church there were eight ad addresses addresses addresses ¬
dresses on various v rious subjects yesterday yesterdayand
and the conference was pronounced pronouncedby
by the church officers as one of the themost themost themost
most successful in years yearsA
A scathing rebuke to Brigham H HRoberts HRoberts HRoberts
Roberts was delivered by Joseph F PSmith FSmith FSmith
Smith president of the church Earlier Earlierin
in the day Mr Roberts had said in an anaddress anaddress anaddress
address that the church had made mis mistakes mistakes mistakes ¬
takes and a change in Its attitude attitudewould attitudewould attitudeWould
would sweep away every vestige of ex excuse exCUI cxcuse ¬
cuse CUI e for the warfare which was being beingwaged beingwaged beingwaged
waged against the church The presi president president president ¬
dent of the church in his closing re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks said the Lord God Almighty Almightywas
was the only one to judge mistakes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the church and no member or officer officerhad otficerhad officerhad
had the right to point out weaknesses weaknessesMr
Mr Smith began by b saying he wished wishedto
to express his thanks and gratitude to toall toall toall
all the members of the clurch for the theexcellent thEexcellent theexcellent
excellent and peaceful spirit that had hadpervaded hadJeraded hadpervaded
pervaded all of the meetings and given givento
to all a great degree of enjoyment and andsatisfaction andsatl andsgttsfacthn
satisfaction satl factkm He then read a prayer prayerwritten prayerwritten prayerwritten
written by Joseph Smith on the occa occasion occasion oeeasion ¬
sion of the dedication of the Kirtland Kirtlandtemple Kirtlandtemple Kirtlandtemple
temple At t the conclusion of the prayer prayerhe prayerhe prayerhe
he said
Speaks of Addresses AddressesAs
As Bishop Nlbley has said we have havehad havehad havehad
had a variety of subjects here during
this conference and I want to say to tothe tothe tothe
the Saints and to the elders that have havespoken havespoken havespoken
spoken that personally I have rejoiced rejoicedexceedingly rejoicedexceedingb rejoicedexceedingly
exceedingly In every word that has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been spoken wherein the proclamation proclamationof
of the gospel of Jesus Christ has been beenmade beenIDde beenmade
made
Speaking of the addresses addre es that had hadbe hadbeen hadbeen
be been n made at the conference the presi president president president ¬
dent of the church said he believed that thatall thatall thatall
all the leaders and officers of the church churchshould churchshould churchshould
should devote themselves to the procla proclamation proclamation proclamation ¬
mation of the gospel of the life ever everlasting everlasting everlasting ¬
lasting and not dwell or seek to dwell dwellon
on the trivial and nonsensical things of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the world or on personal conduct He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said he thought they the should be dignified dignifiedand
and full of truth and full of inspiration inspirationof
of the gospel and consider that it was wastheir wastheir wastheir
their mission to bear testimony of the therecord therecor1 therecord
record of Jesus Christ and the divinity divinityof
of the work of God through Joseph JosephSmith JosephSmith JosephSmith
Smith who was the instrument in the thehand thehand thehand
hand of God for establishing his church churchMr churchIr
Mr Ir Smith said he believed if the thebrethren thebrethren thebrethren
brethren would devote their minds in inthis inthis inthis
this direction they the would please God Godbetter Godbetter Godbetter
better and they would satisfy the theSaints theSaints theSaints
Saints better and that by so doing they theywould theywould theywould
would satisfy the object of their mission missionbetter mi88ionbetter missionbetter
better than they could possibly do dodealing dode dodling
dealing de llng in the trashy things of the theworld thtworld theworld >
world He said there was never a time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when there were not foolish ones with within within ¬
in the church Many were foolish foolishthrough foolishthrough foolishthrough
through overzeal and many man were fool foolish foolIsh foollab ¬
ish through lack of zeal Many had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been foolish in saying things that were werebetter werebetter werebetter
better left unsaid and many had not notsaid notsaid notsaid
said what they the should have said This Thiscondition Thiscondition Thiscondition
condition Mr Il Smith said would re remain remain remain ¬
main so long as men were imperfect and anddo anddo anddo
do not see as the Lord sees seesMr seesMr i
Mr Smith said he did not think it itwise was waswise I
wise for him to proclaim the weak weaknees weakneS weakneses
nees neS s or defects of the church or the thefaults thefaults thefaults
faults of the priesthood He did not notthink notthink notthink
think it was right for him to point out outweaknesses outve outvenknesses
weaknesses ve knei and he said he believed believedthat believedthat believedthat
that the Lord God Almighty should sh uld be beContinued beContinued beContinued
Continued on Page 2
MORSE PAYING CREDITORS CREDITORSAND
AND MAY NOT GO TO PHIS PHISGives PRISON PRISONMORSE
Gives Bond of 125000 to Secure SecureHis SecureHis SecureHIs
His Liberty Pending Decision Decisionon
on Appeal AppealUew
New York Oct 6 GThe The last of the twenty signatures required to tovalidate tovalidate tovalidate
validate the new bail bond for 125000 which Charles W V Morse had to tofurnish tofurnish tofurnish
furnish to save himself from iurther incarceration in jail until the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States circuit court of appeals decides deci es his case was attached to the bond
afternoon
Morse was convicted of violating th thfederal thOfderal thfederal
federal banking laws and sentenced to tofifteen tofifteen tofifteen
fifteen years ears imprpisonment from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which he Immediately appealed The Therenewal Therenewal Therenewal
renewal of the bond Is regarded as an anIndication anIndication anIndication
Indication that a decision on the appeal appealwhich appealwhich appealwhich
which was looked for soon after the theUnited thernlted thernlted
rnlted States court of appeals con convenes convenfS convenes ¬
venes on Oct 11 may be delayed until untilwinter untilwInter untilwinter
winter winterJudge wInterJudge winterJudge
Judge Noyes No es who with Judges La Lacombe Lacombe Lacombo
combe and Coxe heard he rd the arguments argumentsof
of Martin W V Littleton counsel for forMorse forMorse forMorse
Morse is In Europe and may not re return r rturn return ¬
turn until Dec DE 1 Also the wording of nfthe oftile i ithe
the ne t bond undioat > p TRslblp ssible dola dolafor dlay dlayfor >
for the document provides rovidcs that In case ca f
the decision is not rertdered at an early earlysession earlyseulon earlysession
session of the court bail shall be ex extended extended cxtended ¬
tended until such a decision is made madeif
if it so pleases the court courtIt
It was largely through the th efforts of ofSirs ofIrs ofMrs
Sirs Irs Morse that the convicted banker bankerwas
was admitted to bail in June The bond bondwas bondwas bondwas
was signed again today By the same sameprominent sampprominent sameprominent
prominent bankers brokers and busi business business bustflees ¬
ness men who put their signatures to tothe tothe tothe
the first document Morse remains remainsbusily remainsbusily remainsbusily
busily engaged in straightening out his hisaffairs hisaffairs hisaffairs
affairs and Is confident that his appeal appealfrom appealfrom appealfrom
from his long sentence in prison will be begranted bfgranted begranted
granted It became known recently recentlythat recpntlythat recentlythat
that he had succeeded in paying off offiOOOItf offT0O0lir
7 iOOOItf > 00 our of If his debts and was fast gain gaining gainIng gainhg ¬
ing control < ot his shattered shatt red properties
Salt Lake Educator Present Presentat
at the Harvard Celebration
UNlVfRSI1V UNlVfRSI1VI UIVER3ITYSEATTAKEN
I Sf SEATTAKEN SEATTAKENDistinguished AT TAKfN TAKfNDistinguished
I
Distinguished Men From All AllPq AllP AllParts
Pq P Parts ts of the World Join in inBig inBig inBig
Big Affair When Abbott L LLowell LLowell LLowell
Lowell Takes the Chair ChairM ChairBoston
1 + + + M MMtMM + H t M t tBoston + + + + +
4 Boston Oct 6 6Among Among the dlstln dlstlnI +
4 4 gulshed educators sent to Harvard Harvardunlverslt Harvarduniversity +
I + university today to take part In the thenotable thenotable f +
+ f notable exercises whereby Abbott AbbottLawrence AbbottLawrence +
+ Lawrence Lowell was formally formallyplaced
+ placed in the position so long held heldby heldby heldby t
+ by Charles Eliot was President Pr ldent Jo Joseph Joseph
+ seph T Kingsbury of Salt Lake As Asaccredited AsaccredIted +
4 + accredited delegats from the Unlver Unlvcrsity 41 41sity 4sity
+ sity of Utah he brought greeting greetingp 4 +
4 p from his institution pnd extended to toT tothe 4 4the
T + the new president Its cordial good goodwishes goodwishes +
+ wishes wishesIr wishesMr +
+ Mr Ir Kingsbuty took part IJj It the pro procession procession 4
4 + cession which was made brilliant brilliantand 41
+ and impressive by the th many colored coloredgowns coloredgowns +
+ gowns and capes worn by b all and andwas andwas +
+ was seated near President Lowell Lowellwhen Lowellwhen
+ when ho conferred a number of hon honorary honorary t
+ orary degrees degrees4H degreesCambridge degreesCambridge
4H + fMM + + + H + + H + + tf t + + 44444H 44444HCambridge + + + + + + +
Cambridge Mass Oct 6 GAbbott Abbott Law Lawlence Lawlence Lawmence
lence Lowell seated himself today in the thepresidents thepresidents thepresidents
presidents chair of Harvard university universityfrom
from which he proclaimed his policies and anddistributed anddistributed anddistributed
distributed the celebration gifts of the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university to thirty of the men of letters letterswho letterswho letterswho
who came from various parts of the world worldto
to pay pa him tribute tributeIn
In outlining his policies President Low Lowell Lowell Loweli ¬
ell declared d lared himself in favor of men menlearning menlearning menlearning
learning one thing well and something somethingof
of everything He placed himself on the theside theside theside
side of intercollegiate sports as the only onlystriking onlystriking onlystriking
striking occasion for the display of col college college cotlege ¬
lege solidarity He also stated his belief
in the segregation of the freshmen and andof andof andof
of the drawing together of the ties among amongupper amongupper amongupper
upper clasmen And finally he differed differedradically dlfferetlradically differedraSically
radically from some of the policies of his hismmedl
Immediate mmedl te predecessor Charles Cha le W Yo Eliot EliotTwo EliotTwo EliotTwo
Two Great Leaders LeadersYet
Yet the two great leaders leadersthe the old and andthe andthe andthe
the new newmarched marched side by side in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon to the memorial hall and there
President Emeritus Eliot said the occa occasion occasion oceaston ¬
sion was one of confident expectation of ofexaltation ofexaltation ofexaltation
exaltation of the memories of the past pastand pastand pastand
and of assured hopes for the future futureAlthough futureAlthough
Although the two men dominated the In Inaugural Inaugural inaugural ¬
augural celebration the grand parade of ofscholars ofscholars ofscholars
scholars and guests and alumni through
the college yard tt > the stage in the morn ¬
ing and the massing of the variegated
hoods and gowns of the stage in memorial
hall In the afternoon gave a brilliancy to
the scene which will last long In the an annals annals annals ¬
nals of the college
Dr Eliot as head of the alumni host
Introduced the speakers s kers and read tele telegrams txemsof e egrams ¬
grams msof of appreciation p r lation and felicitation
from President Pre id t Taft the Harvard Hlin ard asso association association so sociatlon ¬
ciation at the John Harvard house Strat I
fordonAvon from the th minister of edu education education education ¬
cation of Prussia and from Adolphus
Busch of St Louis who hnnounced that
he had increased his gift to the building
fund of the Germanic museum to 150000 l OOOO
JOSEPH JOSEPHTKINGSBURY JOSEPHTKINGSBURYPresident T lONGSBUBY lONGSBUBYPresident KINGSBURYPresident
President of University of Utah
STRYCH STRYCHflNE JINE IN INPACKAGf INPACKAGEOF
PACKAGf PACKAGEOF Of UAAttempt UA TEAAttempt
Attempt to Murder Two Prom Prominent Prominent Prominent ¬
inent Seattle Women by byMeans byMeans byMeans
Means of Poison PoisonPortland PoisonPortland PoisonPortland
Portland Oct C 6Vhat What proves to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been an attempt to murder Mrs Lola G GBaldwin GBaldwin GBaldwin
Baldwin superintendent of the depart department department department ¬
ment of young women of the Young Wo Womens Womens Yo Yomens ¬
mens Christian association and another anotherunnamed anotherunnamed anotherunnamed
unnamed woman the divorced wife of ofan ofan ofan
an alleged suspect Is revealed through throughthe
the chemical analysis of two packages packagesof
of tea mailed from Seattle on Aug 11 11addressed IIaddre 11addressed
addressed addre sed to Mrs Baldwin and the di divorcee divorcee divorcee ¬
vorcee Mrs Irs Baldwins suspicions were werearoused werearoueed werearoused
aroused by b the peculiar appearance of
the package awl she consulted a physi physician physician phystclan ¬
cian who informed her that the tea con contained contained contamed ¬
tained enough strychnine stlchnl to kill a small smallarmy smallarmy smallarmy
army armyAbout armyAbout armyAbout
About the same time a similar pack package package package ¬
age of tea was delivered to the unnamed
divorcee whose suspicions were also alsoaroused alsoaroused alsoaroused
aroused with the same result Both pack packages packages packages ¬
ages undoubtedly were mailed by the thesame thesame thesame
same person and the police have under undersurveillance undersurveillance undersurveillance
surveillance the former husband of the
divorced woman whose name they the refuse
to divulge It Is alleged that Mrs Bald Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin ¬
win through her charitable work In say sa ¬
ing young women aroused the enmity of
this man who swore to make away with
her
C
BRYAN STARTS WEST WESTLincoln WESTIlncoln WESTLincoln
Lincoln Neb Oct 6 William J Bryan
today left for an extended trip to the
Pacific northwest He will visit the Se Seattle Soattle ¬
attle exposition Oct 12
I
PROPOSITION TO TOBE TOBE
BE SUBMITTED SUBMITTEDRepublicans
Republicans to Give Democrats DemocratsChance DemocratsChance DemocratsChance
Chance to Get on Winning WinningTicket VJinningTicket WinningTicket
Ticket TicketThe
The city committee of the Citizen Citizenparty Cltizenparty Citizensparty
party held a meeting last lastevenlnlt evening at theomce the theoffice theoffice
office of C B Felt at 42 Postofflce placed placedTIM placeTh
TIM conference committee reported that thatno thatno thatno
no agreement had been reached with the theRepublicans theRpubIicans I
Republicans relative to fusion and it was wasinstructed wasI wasinstructed
instructed I to confer with 1th the Democrats Democratsat
at 5 oclock this afternoon to arrange arrangesome arrangesome arrangesome
some basis for fusion The Citizens party partyix
ix in need of several more candidates for forcity forclt forcity
city clt offices most of their candidates hav having havIng hayIng ¬
ing resigned from the ticket and they theyare the theare theyare
are probably trying to secure new candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates by fusion
As the result of a conference held last lastevening lasttrening
evening between James D Murdoch the theRepublican theRfpubllcan theRepublican I
Republican candidate for mayor and andFrederick andFrederick andFrederick I
Frederick C Loofbourow chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republican city committee it was de decided decided docided ¬ I
cided to submit a fusion preposition to tothe tothe tothe
the Democratic party today By the theterms theterms theterms
terms of the proposition to be submitted submittedto
to the th Democrats the Republleans will willname willlIame willname
name the mayor to head the ticket From Fromthe Fromt Fromthq
the t thq other four offices ttte t tl Democrats are areto areto areto
to select any an office and to name a man manfor manfor manfor
for It Then from the other three the theRepublicans theUelubllcarus theHeiublicans
Republicans an to select an office and to toname tonAme toname
name a man for the office Of the re remaining remammg remamng ¬
maining two offices the Democrats are areto areto areto
to be > given their choice leaving the re remaining remaining e emalulng ¬
maining office > to be filled by the uepuo uepuollcaps Republkans ItepubIieans
llcaps llcapsUnder lkansUnder IieansUnder
Under this arrangement the Republicans Republicanswill
will have the mayor and two other of offices offlees offices ¬
fices on the city clt ticket and the Demo Democuts Democn DemoCiitS
cuts cn ts will have two offices In view of ofth oftho ofth
th = > > splendid organization which the Re Republicans ReIHlblicans RePubl1ans ¬
publicans have now in operation and in inview Inview inview
view of the fact that the prevalent senti sentiment sentiment sentiiflent ¬
ment imonsr the Republicans is that the theRepublican theRepublican theRepublican
Republican city clt ticket will be elected electedwhether electedwh electedwhether
whether wh ther or not there is any fusion tl the theIlr thelr3Position e eproposition
proposition Ilr Olltlon Is considered a fair one
SUICIDE OF F H ROSS ROSSFORMER ROSSFORMER ROSSFORMERARMY
FORMER FORMERARMY ARMY OFFICER OFFICERNew
New YQrk Oct 6 GF F H Ross for formerly formerly formerly ¬
merly of San Francisco shot himself himselfdead hlmseltdead himselfdead
dead late today as he sat at his desk deskin deskIn deskin
in the offices officesof of the New Mexico De Development Development Dcvelopment ¬
velopment company in the financial fin nclal dis district district district ¬
trict Despondency over the death of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his wife wifeand and his own ill health is sup supposed suppQsed supposed ¬
posed to have led to the suicide suicideRoss suicideRoss suicideRoss
Ross who was bookkeeper for or the theNew theNew theNew
New Mexico Development company companywas
was as 63 years ears of age and is said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been a West Point graduate and to have haveserved haveserved haveserved
served many years in the army mostly
in the west He came to New York Yorkfrom Yorkfrom Yorkfrom
from San Francisco thirteen years ago agowith agowith agowith
with his family famll
CUT OfF OfFBY OFFBY
BY STREET CAR CARRichard CARRichard
Richard Solomon Falls on the theTrack theTrack theTrack
Track and Is Terribly Man Mangled Mangled Mangled ¬
gled Under Wheels WheelsRichard WheelsRIhar WheelsRichard
Richard Solomon aged 60 years liv living HvIng living ¬
ing at Seventh East and Seventh South Southstreets SouthIItreets Southstreets
streets fell beneath the wheels of a aWandamere aWandamere aWandamere
Wandamere car at Seventh East and andSixth andSixth andSixth
Sixth South streets at S oclock lost lostnight ll15tnight matnight
night and was instantly Instnntl Killed KilledThe killedThe killedThe
The front wheels passed pas ecl over his left leftshoulder leftshoulder leftshoulder
shoulder and diagonally across the neck neckand neckand neckand
and face severing his head from his hisbody hIsbod hisbody
body bodySolomon bod bodySolomon
Solomon had crossed the tracks on the thesouth thesouth
south side of the street stI t directly in front frontof
of a northbound car which slowed down downto
to let him cross When entirely clear clearof clearofthe clearofthe
of ofthe the track he turned about staggered staggereda
a few steps and lurched backward onto ontothe ontothe ontothe
the track It happened so quickly that
Motorman William Cocking had no notime notime notime
time to drop the fender or stop the car carSolomon carSolomon carSolomon
Solomon was not more than three feet feetahead feetahead feetahead
ahead of the car when he fell His Hisquivering Hisquivering Hisquivering
quivering body bod with the head dangling
by b mere shreds of skin and flesh was waspicked waspicked vztapIcked
picked out from between the wheels of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the front truck The skull was crushed crushedIn
In five places and his features were wereblotted wereblotted wereblotted
blotted out entirely the wheels having havingpassed havingpassed havingpassed
passed directly over the nose and andmouth andmouth andmouth
mouth mouthSeveral mouthve mouthSeveral
Several ve l women w men passengers who whoalighted whoalighted whoaIlgnteu
alighted at the same corner are said saidto saidto saidto
to have been frightened by Solomons Solomonsactions Solomonsactions Solomonsactions
actions It is believed he had been
drinking Solomon crossed the street streetIn
in a bewildered manner He had gotten gottenoff
off at the wrong corner a
moment he turned and crossed the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street again meeting his fate as he fell
backward under the northbound car carSolomons carSolomons carSolomons
Solomons queer action in stopping stoppingand
and plunging backward after crossing
the track in safety gave rise to the sus suspicion suspicion suspiclon ¬
picion that he purposely precipitated
himself under the wheels but eyewit eyewitnesses eyewitnesses eyewitnesses ¬
nesses generally believe it was an acci ¬
dent His body was taken to the Evans Evansundertaking Evansundertaking Evansundertaking
undertaking morgue
CULBERSON A CANDIDATE CANDIDATESpokane CANDIDATESpokane CANDIDATESpokane
Spokane Oct 6 6Serator Senator Charles A
Culberson of Texas will be the opponent opponentof
of William J Bryan for the Democratic Democraticnomination Democratltnomination Democraticnomination
nomination for the presidency In 1912 1912announced 191 191announced 1912announced
announced Senator Robert Taylor of Ten Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee ¬
nessee who arrived here today toda I am
for Culberson He is broad clean con conservative consenative conservative ¬
servative and an able exponent of Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic principles
REPUBLICAN REP UBLICA 1V CITY CI T Y ORGANIZATION ORGANIZATIONThe ORGANIZA OR GA NIZA TION TIONThe
The Republican organizatidn for the city campaign is now complete Each one of the executive members membersof
of the organization is giving practically his entire time to the fall campaign In addition to the official organi organization organization organization ¬
zation there are thousands of volunteer workers for the Republican ticket in every part of the city The offi official official official ¬
cial organization of the Republican city campaign follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The committee committeeFrederick Frederick C Loofbourow chairman Parley Jenson secretary members first precinct
Howard A King Claude Y Russell second precinct William A leatham John C Corless third precinct Wil ¬
I liam T Edwards Heber C Anderson fourth precinct Harry S Joseph 0 P Eldredge fifth precinct Par ¬
ley Jenson and Arthur E Graham GrahamPrecinct GrahamPreqinct GrahamPrecinct
Precinct officers officersFirst First precinct A L Hamlin chairman J 3 Rankin secretary Second precinct William
A leatham chairman Alex Buchanan secreetary Third precinct George Davis chairman Fred l J A A3aques
Jaques secretary Fourth precinct H P Myton chairman M ML I Cummings secretary Fifth precinct John
M Hays chairman William H Folland secretary
District chairmen chairmenFirst First precinct J F Bowman second Ray Sermon third R L Eddington fourth N
H Tanner fifth Peter Hart sixth Tom Tellefsen seventhJulian seventh Julian Riley eighth Andrew Smith jr ninth
0 C Brown tenth J F C Tuckfield eleventh J H Rasmussen twelfth William T Knapton thirteenth
Claude Y Russell fourteenth Axel HSteele H Steele fifteenth George Buckle sixteenth William P Silver seven sevenI ¬
I teenth I E Willey eighteenth Guardello Brown nineteenth James Cowan twentieth W A Aubrey twen ¬
tyfirst John E Busby twentysecond James A Anderson twentythird Jake Jeffs twentyfourth J L S Ver Vermillion Vermillion Vermillion
million twentyfifth Joseph J J Meyers twentysixth George Wilson twentyseventh J J Greenewald twen ¬
tyeighth James C Sharp twentyninth Joseph E Burbidge thirtieth James W Wilson thirtyfirst W B
Booth thirtysecond J P White thirtythird George Davis thirtyfourth Wjlliam J r Yard thirtyfifth R
G Collett thirtysixth Walter Westerman thirtyseventh William Gillespie thirtyeighth Duncan Kippen
thirtyninth If Nets els Forsberg fortieth F J A Jaques fortyfirst S B Clawson fortysecond John A 1 i Groes
beck fortythird John James fortyfourth H S Joseph fortyfiffh Joseph Bush fortysixth W S Higham
fortyseventh W R Hutchinson fortyeighth A E Graham fortyninth N G Stringham fiftieth W H Fol ¬
land fiftyfirst Carl Hardy fiftysecond Jettie J Browning fiftythird Aaron Meyers fiftyfourth Parley
Jenson enson
WANT HEARST HfARSTTO HEARSTTORUNAGAIN
TO TORUNAGAIN TORUNAGAINNew RUN AGAIN AGAINNew
New York Newspaper Publish Publisher
er Nominated for f r Mayor at atMass atMass atMass
Mass Meeting of Four Thou Thousand Thousand Thousid ¬
sand of His AdmirersGREAT AdmirersGREAT Admirers AdmirersGREAT
GREAT DEMONSTRATION DEMONSTRATIONFOLLOWED DEMONSTRATIONFOLLOWED DEMONSTRATIONFOLLOWED
FOLLOWED NOMINATION NOMINATIONJustice NOMINATIONJustice NOMINATIONJustice
Justice Gay Gaynorl nor the Tammany TammanyCandidate TammanyCandidate TammanyCandidate
Candidate Scored for Drag Dragging Dragging Dragging ¬
ging the Judicial Ermine in inMire inMire inMire
Mire for Partisan Purposes PurposesJEROME PurposesIJEROME Purposes5JEROME
JEROME MAY QUIT FIGHT FIGHTNew FIGHTNew
New York Oct 6 GWilliam William Ran Randolph Randolph Randolph ¬
dolph Hearst once defeated for mayor mayorof
of this city by George B McClellan McClellanand
and later defeated by Charles E EHughes EH BHughes
Hughes H ghes for governor of the state was wasnominated wasnominated wasnominated
nominated for mayor tonight at a amass amass amass
mass meeting of four thousand of his hisadmirers hisadmirers hisadmirers
admirers at Cooper Union UnionThis UnionThis UnionThis
This action was made despite his hisauthoritative hisauthoritative hisauthoritative
authoritative statement last evening eveningthat eveningthat eveningthat
that he would not be a candidate candidateResolutions candidateResolutions candidateResolutions
Resolutions were adopted directing directingthat
that a committee of five be appointed appointedto
to take steps for the naming of an en entire entire entire ¬
tire city clt county count and borough ticket ticketwhich ticketwhich ticketwhich
which will be placed in nomination by bypetition bypetition bypetition
petition petitionTonights petitionTonights petitionTonights
Tonights meeting was called accord according according according ¬
ing to its leaders with a view to show showing showing showing ¬
ing Mr Hearst that opinion among his hiefollowers hisfollowers hisfollowers
followers in the old Independence IndependenceLeague Ind IndependenceLeague IMmdence IMmdenceLeague
League was so strongly in favor of his hisrunning hisrunning hisrunning
running again as to override even his hispositive hispositive hispositive
positive declaration declarationThe
The demonstration which followed his hisnomination hisnomination hisnomination
nomination lasted twenty minutes be before before before ¬
fore the chairmans call for order could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be heard heardNominated hoordNominated heardNominated
Nominated by W M Ivins IvinsThe IvinsThe IvinsThe
The principal address was made by byWilliam byWllllam
William M Ivins who was the Repub Republican Republican Republican ¬
lican candidate for mayor against againstHearst againstHearst againstHearst
Hearst and McClellan four years ago agoMr agollr agoMr
Mr Ivins devoted a few minutes to tothe tothe tothe
the Tammany ticket headed by Justice JusticeWilliam JusticeWilliam JusticeWilliam
William J Gaynor GaynorJustice GaynorJustice GaynorJustice
Justice Gaynor is carrying the ban banner banner banncr ¬
ner for the gang he said He is the thestalking thestalking thestalking
stalking horse for Tammany He leads leadsthe leAdsthe L Lthe
the weakest ticket that has ever been beenplaced beenplaced
beenI
placed before New York In spite of his hisjudicial hisjudicial hisjudicial I
judicial position he has for months de devoted devoted tievoted ¬
voted himself to a cleverly framed add artdadroitly a addadroitly d
adroitly executed conspiracy whereby wherebythe wh reby rebythe
the two beneficiaries are to be the judge judgeon
on one hand and the band of f political politicalcriminals pQlltlCalmiminals politia1criminals
criminals on the other oth r
Attack on Gaynor GaynorJustice GaynorJustice GaynorJustice
Justice Gaynor has told us that he hehas hehas hehas
has a right to take any mans vote but butthere butthere butthere
there are some votes In New York that thatno thatno thatno
no decent man should care or dare to totake totak totake
take The Tammany T mman ticket is not enti entitled entitled entitied ¬
tled to the serious consideration of any anyman anyman anyman
man who pretends to be a friend of the thecity theclt thecity
city cityMr clt
Mr Ivins created a peculiar situation situationMr
Mr Heart in a formal statement last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night declined to run for mayor and andannounced andannounced andannounced
announced that he would support the thecandidacy thecandidacy thecandidacy
candidacy of Judge Gaynor in prefer preference preference preference ¬
ence to Otto T Bannard the Republi Republican ¬
can nominee nomineeThe noml nomineeThe ee eeThe
The only other important development developmentin
in the local political situation was a re report report report ¬
port that District Attorney Jerome Jeromehaving Jeromehaving
having failed to get the Tammany in indorsement indorsement ¬ I I
dorsement and in the face of the he fu fusionist fusionist
sionist rally in favor of Charles R RWhitman RWhitman HWhitman
Whitman the Republican candidate candidatewould candidatewould candidatewould
would quit his Independent fight for re reelection reel reelection ¬
election el ctlon Mr Jerome had not confirmed confirmedthe
the report up to a late hour tonight
TWENTYFIVEBODIES TWENTYFIVEBODIESTAKEN TWENTYFIVE BODIES BODIESTAKEN BODIESTAKEN
TAKEN FROM THE MINE MINELadysmlth MINELad MINELadysmith
Ladysmlth Lad smlth B BC C Oct 6 ItWhen When dark darkness darkness darkness ¬
ness came tonight twentyfive bodies had
been removed from the Extension mine mineof mineof mineof
of the Wellington colliery company where wherethirtytwo wherethlrt wherethirtytwo
thirtytwo thlrt two men lost their lives following followingan
an explosion of firedamp yesterday yesterdamorning
morning morningThose morningThose morningThose
Those engaged In the work of rescue are arenow arenow arenow
now in sight of the seven victims remain ¬
ing in the mine It is expected that Ole
bodies of these will be recovered within withina
a few hours
WHISKY LOWER LOWERCincinnati LOWERCincinnati LOWERCincinnati
Cincinnati Oct 6 Announcement was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made in the chamber of commerce of a areduction areduction
reduction of 2 cents In the basic bn 1c price of ofwhisky ofwhisky ofwhisky
whisky The decline which is from 138 138to I3 I3to
to 137 is due to the drop of corn prices
MOROS MOROSUNFIT MOROSUNFITTOMAKELAS UNfIT UNfITJO
JO TOMAKELAS TOMAKELASHave MAKf lAWS lAWSHave
Have Not the Slightest Con Conception Conception Conception ¬
ception of the Word Inde Independence Independencej Independence1 ¬
pendence and Must Be Con Controlled Oontrolled Controlled ¬
trolled by Force Only OnlyINTERESTING OnlyINTERESTING OnlyINTERESTING
INTERESTING REPORT REPORTOF
OF COL RALPH W HOYT HOYTArmy HOYTArmy HOYTArmy
Army Officer Advocates Sepa Separation Separation Separation ¬
ration of Southern Islands IslandsFrom IslandsFrom IslandsFrom
From Rest of the Philippine PhilippineArchipelago PhilippineArchipelago PhilippineArchipelago
Archipelago for Its Good GoodNATIVES GoodNATIVES GoodNATIVES
NATIVES STILL SAVAGES SAVAGESSeattle SAVAGESSeattle SAVAGESSeattle
Seattle Wash Oct 6 GRecom GRecommending 6Beconimending Recom Recommending ¬
mending as a means of securing a apermanent apermanent apermanent
permanent American influence in the theOrient theOrient theOrient
Orient the establishment of an Amer American American Amerjean ¬
ican territory including the southern southernislands southernislands southernislands
islands of the Philippine archipelago archipelagoColonel archipelagoColonel archipelagoColonel
Colonel Ralph W Hoyt of the Twen Twentyfifth Twentyfifth Twentyfifth ¬
tyfifth United States infantry for former former fornier ¬
mer commanding officer of the de department department departinent ¬
partment of Mindanao has tendered tenderedhis
his resignation as s civil governor of ofMoro ofMoro ofMoro
Moro province and has sent his final finalrenort finalreport finalreport
report to Washington WashingtonIn
In in his report Colonel Hoyt urges that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the attention of the higher authorities be bainvited beinvited beinvited
invited to the great difference in the ac actual actual actual ¬
tual conditions that exist in the Moro Moroprovince lIoroprovince Moreprovince
province as compared with the rest of the thePhilippines thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines and that congress enact such suchlaws suelllaws suettlaws
laws as will ill effect a permanent separa separation separatlon separation ¬
tion of ths th southern islands including includingMindahao IncludingMlndahao includingMlndahao
Mlndahao Sulu archipelago and Palawan Palawanfrom Palawanfrom Palawanfrom
from the rest of the Philippine archipel archipelago ¬
ago
CivlIMilitaiy ClvllM llitary Government GovernmentIn
In discussing dl cu ing thlsquestion tblsque tion today Colon ColonHoyt ColonllHot ColonelHoyt
Hoyt said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The southern group of islands thus thusseparated thusseparated thaseparated
separated might be called the Mindanao Mindanaoplantations Mindanaoplantations Mindanaoplantations
plantations to designate it from the rest restof restof restof
of the Philippines It should be declared declaredterritory declaredterritor declaredterritory
territory of the United States not a 8 col colony colony cotony ¬
ony to be occupied by a naval base It Itshould Itshould Itshould
should have a civilmilitary government governmentsimilar governmentsimilar governmentsimilar
similar to the present government of the theMoro theMoro theMoro
Moro province with a policy so plain plalnlexpressed plainlyexpressed v vexpressed
expressed that it will settle any question questionof
of independence or political agitation f for forannexation frannexation < > r rannexation
annexation to the northern group The Thenatives Thenatives Thenatives
natives might be assigned al to the reserva reservations resenatlO reservations ¬
tions tlO l secured in all of their rights und undtzo undtzomilitary unrmilitary < = > r rmilitary
military protection protectionThe
The rest of the territory should be di divided iiiyided 1ivided ¬
vided into plantations and forest orellt reseri re reservsopen ens ensopen 3 3open
open to occupation and development The
immense poMiblllttee of increased prn produthai produ < iu iutkm <
thai under this arrangement the impetusgiven Impetus Impetusgiven impetusgiven
given to labor and trade In establish establishbusiness estabiishlg
business bu lnellS on a permanent beds would a actl < ti
to the arguments a ment8 for the continued occu occupation ocrupatlon oceupation ¬
pation of these the e southern Islands by the theunited theUnited theUnited
united States besides providing a perma permanent permanent permasent ¬
nent foothold of absolute American Influ Influence Influence influence ¬
ence in the Orient OrientUnfit OrientUnfit OrientUnfit
Unfit for SelfGovernment
The Moroe have no conception of rep ¬
resentative government or the meaning of
Independence having no word in th their ir
language to give it expression We have havenot havenot havenot
not yet built up a 8 state or reached thmaN th thmass thmass
mass of people In any general uplifting
movement The little red schoolhouse e has
been started but instruction languishes
for want of trained teachers or the de dealre deIIlre desire
sire of the natives to profit by or ap ¬
predate pr te the advantages of education
The mailed fist Is the first law of the
land IImdpeace peace would be impossible without
the actual presence of troops troopfor for this thiscountry thIscountry thiscountry
country is neither ready rea y nor has it ev ewr r
known any other form of government
The civilmilitary government in which
the government controls the armed fore fores s
is Indispensable low and will be for gen generations generations gm gmerations ¬
erations to come A purely civil govern government government government ¬
ment is quite impossible and at the pres present prtsent present ¬
ent time would carry with It untold mis ¬
ery and suffering
HIGH FINANCE FINANCEIN IN BOSTON BOSTONMember
Member of Banking Firm Pin and a aBroker aBroker aBroker
Broker Enter No Plea and andGive andGive andGive
Give 20000 Bonds BondsBoston BondsBoston BondsBoston
Boston Oct 6 Charles H Rollins of f
the firm of Freeman Rollins Co bank bankers bankers bankerg ¬
ers and a former member of the gov governors governors governors ¬
ernors council surrendered to the poll pOlice re
today on an indictment in connection Wall
the bankruptcy of Sederqulst Barry Barr
Co CoLike
Like the indictments upon which Ar ¬
thur B Sederquist and John E Barry Bammembers
members of the th lite firm were arrested
last Monday that against Rollins Rollinscharges Rollinscharges
charges larceny larcen of 136590 in 189 count
Rollins entered net plea and furnished
139000 bonds pending further proceedings
In connection con ection with wit Sederqulst Barry
Co troubles also Harry F 1 F Curtis of
Brookline a broker surrendered himself
today He entered no plea and fur furnished furnished furfished ¬
nished J20009 S3 > ui 008 bonds bondsCurtis bondsCurtis bondsCurtis
Curtis was the organizer of both Seder Sederqulst Sederquiet Sederquiet ¬
quiet Barry Co and Freeman Rol ¬
lins Co but after a short period dropped droppedout
out of both
SCHOOL GIRL MURDERED BY BYNDAN BYINDIAN BYINDIAN
INDIAN ON MOUNTAIN TRAIL TRAILYoung TRAILYouni TRAILYound
Young Fiend in Woodland Cal CatJail CalJailMuch CalJailJrluch
Jail JailMuch Much Excitement and andLynching andLynching andLynching
Lynching Likely LikelyWoodland
Woodland Cal Oct 6 GThe The body of Violet Gilmer a fifteenyearold fifteenyearoldschool
school girl was found today on a lonely mountain trail near Rumsey over overwhich overwhich overwhich
which she traveled on her way to and from schotfi The body was terribly terriblymutilated terriblymutilated terriblymutilated
mutilated The clothing even to the stockings had been torn away and andthere
there were other evidences of the girls struggle with her assailant
The girls body was found this morning morningby
by her father who went out to search searchfor searchfor searchfor
for her when she failed to return last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night from school schoolUpon schoolUpon schoolUpon
Upon finding the body Gilmer hastened hastenedto
to Rumsey and spread the alarm With Within ¬
in a few minutes searching parties had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been organized and were scouring s < the thehills thehills thehills
hills and canyons In all directions directionsWilbur directionsWilbur directionsWilbur
Wilbur Benjamin a fullblooded Indian Indianconfessed Indianconfessed Indianconfessed
confessed tonight to the murder of the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl The confession was made to Dis District District Dietrict ¬
trict Attorney Anderson at the county
jail and with Sheriff Brown and Coroner CoronerKitter CoronerKltter CoronerKitter
Kitter present presentBenjamin presentBenjamin presentBenjamrn i
Benjamin stated that he h waylaid the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl as she was on htr way home from fromschool from5ho1 fromschool i
school last Monday She repulsed his Ad Advances td tdvances ¬
vances and he choked her to death He j I
then fled through the hills and was ar ¬
rested on the outskirts of this city
Extra precautions to guard the jail jail are
being taken by Sheriff Brown Publio
feeling has been Inflamed by the confes ¬
sion and threats of lynching are freely free freemade
made The officers fear trouble before
the night ends endsBenjamin endsBenjamin I
Benjamin Is about 23 years rs old and fair ¬
ly well educated
GOLD IN ABUNDANCE ABUNDANCENome
Nome Alaska Oct 6 6A A rich pay streak
ten miles long and hundreds of feet wide
has been uncovered in the bed of the Up Upper Upper Upper ¬
per Kougarok river The unusually light lightrainfall lightrainfall
rainfall last summer permitted the mir mirers miners mm mmem
ers to reach rea < h the gold One nugget found foundIs
Is worth 700 J The district promises t tbe tbe tbe >
be the th b bst st it the entire Seward penin peninsula peninsula ¬
sula

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