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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SA T LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 19 1909 3
i I NEWS OFUTAH AND ADJOINING STATES j
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Ogden News
I Office336 Twentyfifth street
CIrculation Department 336 twenty
fifth street
START WORK ON DEPOT
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Construction Begins on the Big 100
000 Freight House for Harri
man Lines
Special to The HeralllRepublican
Oden Nov ISTwentyflve men
have started work on the concrete
foundation of the new S10jOQO freight
depot for the Harriman Hnes at the
corner It Wall avenue and Twenty
fourth street
A rock crushing machine and a con
crete mixer both operated by gasoline
engines have been Installed
The crushed gralae and cobblestone
used In the concretl Is of uniform size
and make a superior foundation
number pf men Jiro engagedin the
extension ot the foundation for th
main depot building which brings It
even wIth the south side ot the Induct
Tile freight platform and sheds will
extend north from the main building
to near the corner of Twentythird
street
FEAR ILPIOFFICES P j
MAY BE MOVED AWAY
Weber Club President Asks Omaha
Superintendent to Hear Ogdens
Side Before Acting
Spcia1 to The Herald Repubutan
Ogden Nov ISFearlng that the
t Ion Pacific Railroad company might
move Its headquarters from Ogden to
reen River A n Hewood president
of the Weber club ent a telegram to
da to W L Park general superln
tpldent of the railroad at Omaha re
Ilpstln that the Ogden people be
gien an opportunity to be heard be
fore any action was taken
For some time there has been a
rumor prevailing to the effect that the
rallloJd meant to move its hEad
Qla trs which would mean that many
families would be taken from Ogden
Presldent lIeywooel while not alarmed
oer thE rumor believed that it woulll
lIe a good Idea to ask for an audience
and hare Ogden givn an opportunity
to express herself on the matter
Tf rumor was started samp time
ago when Major June of the railroads
C cago office was tn Ogden In
n guating the unit system
When 0 a81tll1 1 et tl ffries 0 f
the iew nsIsIt4t stlpmJntendents
Would be he said that roomfor them
lIkelv coulll be found in the Union
depot building that the headquarters
c f tf Utah divisIon likely would be
taken to Green River It Is also stated
that one other reasn wty the move
Is likely to be maOe Is bfc = use of the
anount of room that could be secured
at Green River
Superintendent effers and other
rfal railroad officials have refused to
discuss the matter
HORSE TRADE NO CRIME
Larceny Charge Notustained by
Complainants Testimony
iSpeal < < to The HamldRepublican
Ogden Nov 1SThe preliminary hear
F jg of Matthew Burnett and Earl Spen
jr of Eden charged with grand lar
A ceny came up before thE municipal court
this morning n P Shupe of Eden said
trat on Olt 2 defendants came tD his
rrral and drove away a horse valued
at Z 1 TIlt testimony of Mr Shupe and
lil wife showeU the alleged larceny was
nerdy a horse trade so defendants were
disc barged
STEALS HOSE FOR HOP
Opium Fiend Admlts Being Willing
to Do Anything for Mon y
< < Special tO The HpraldRep can
Ogdfn Nov 18Yilllam Taylor was
arraigned in police court this morning
charged with petit larceny It was al
lcged that last night he stole about 2
worth of rubber hose from Harmer
Lindsay The man Is addicted to the use
of drugs a9d he was In such condition
last night that he said he would do al
most anything to get money with which
to buy hop He was sentenced to pay
a fine of 6 t or serve six das in jail
BURY VICTIM OF WIRE
Schoolmates Attend Funeral of Lad
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Who Was Electrocuted
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov ISPuplls of the Five
Points school and members ot the dea
ecn s quorum attended in a body the I
funeral services today for Fred Bram I
well 13 ars old who was electrocuted J
by a TCllurtd power company wire 1
Bishop Turnquist conducted the ser
115 As the schoolmates ot the Bram
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I well lad passed the bier each laid a car
nation upon the casIet
The ward choir rendered the mulc as
sisted by lIss Myrtle Leavitt who sang
several solos The speakers were Patri
arch George W Larkin Paul Christen
sent Peter L Peterson and Bishop Turn
I quist The remains were interred In the
city cemetery I
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For your pick from my entire I
line of choicest fabricsmade I I
up in any styleshould be
4500 but then
And a fancy vest free to boot
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DANIELS
THE TAILOR
57 West 2d South
No one shops UNDER
STANDINGLY who does not 10
rend the ads
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Pleasure
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It is a pleasant experience for
those who appreciate a cup of
good Tea to know that they can
get a Tea like Hewletts which
is alvays reliable and always
good
The pure food law 15 designed by
the government to protect the pUblic
from Injurious ingredients In foods and
drugs It Is beneficial both to the pub
lic and to the conscientious manufac
turer Elys ream Balm a successful
remedy for cold In the head and nasal
catarrh meets fully the requirements
of the new law and that fact Is stated
on every package It contains none of
the Injurious drugs required by the law
to be mentioned the label Price 50
eta It you prefer to use an atomizer ask
for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the
good qualities of the solid form of this
remedy and will rid you of catarrh or
hay fever No cocaine to breed a dread
ful habit No mercury to dry out the
secretion Price 75c with spraying tube
All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros
56 Warren street New York
FRIDAY SPECIALS I
S That Offer Decidedly Unusual Advantages
or
TIllS WEEK STA6LIsHED 1864 I TillS WEEK
Black J Black Taffeta
Taffeta Silk Silk Special
Special 1136 quality black
Taffeta Uk 16
Jgo quality black inches wide Spe
Taffeta Silk 36 cial per yard
inches wide Sp
clal per yard 98 cents
110
TillS WEl1l
Nf PfIICf TO ALL JaEVEft ceRSaLG
Ladies
TillS WEEK
You have undoubtedly heard of our great Union Suits
150 Extra heavy qual
I Ity silk and wool
mixed Jerse
Sheet SUIT AND DRESS SALE I fake ribbed band ilarvarti fin
Blankets Ished Union Suits
the best anti
A pretty tan How II B f II Tailored I 2500 va nn eat wiate
selling Beautifully
shade large sizes OW we are se Ing eautl u y 81 ore underwear regu
Special at a Pair 7 lar 450 grade at
Dresses for
resses or
350
98 cents
TillS WEEK 1 098 TillS WEEli
Childrens
350
r UP to 40 Dresses for Union SUIts
Gray Wool
Chtldrens best
Mixed I nawral wool non
e 1598 shrinking Union
Blankets Su1ta In sizes 2 to
j 8I In iI and
104 sIze weigh boys tle8 size
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4 lbs Special at I And 5 Suits for regular price I
a pair on sale at
2Io 2395 r cents
I lc rise cinch size
TillS WEEi <
TillS EEJ
Tapestry if I How the store has been crowd
Hemstitched
Table Covers
j ed dally with eager purchasers Ruffled
84 as sIze shown reversible In our 1j Over 600 New Suits and Vhite Swiss
window each Special Dresses at Half Prices Tat Curtains
210 J It is indisputably the greatest border with a value m
THIS WEEK Suit and Dress Sale I ever known Special per pair
in Salt Lake 1i5
500
Cluny and TIllS VEER
Filet Curtains TwoToned
Boys Clothing Sale
White and Ara Madras
bl n color Spe
clal per 298 pair Suits and Overcoats at Sure Selling Prices Curta W eave Ds
TIllS WEEK An ImrneTnse Stock l divided Into this Value week 4 Special per
four lots follows pairp
Extra Heavy as 2 240
Bleached Sluts and Overcoats
Table Linen Values up to 400 your choice at TillS WREK
Sat I n finished 1 95 r i Mens
Inches pure wide flax value 70 Wool
125 Special this SuIts nul Ovcrcoats Underwear
week per yard
74 cents Values up to 600 your 1thice at Bargains
Last of lots etc
290
values up to 2
TillS WEflK per garment You I
choice at
Suits and Overcoats
Brocaded 951 cents
Silver Values up to 800 your choice at
Bleached 385 IIIIS WEEI
German Linen Flannel
SUItS alul Overcoats Work Shirts
72 Inches wide
value 150 Spe Values Ill to 10 your ChOICe Ot Broken imps
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clal this w ek per IMt of lots ell
yard values up to 5
I i 495 Your choice at
88 cents
All styles and sizes for bos from 24 to 16 years 120
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To Buy or Sell a
Sewing Machine
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Few women want to get along without a Sewing Machine
But aU cannot afford the expense of a new one For such
we suggest the reading of the many bargains offered day
after day under the heading Sewing Machines on our
Classified page You can get about any make you want at
almost your own terms If you dont see what you want it
will cost you but a few pennies to insert a little Want Ad
stating just what you want Hundreds have done this and
got what they wantedso can you Many manufacturers
sell surplus stocks this way Anyway you will be sure to
get a buyeror sell your machine by using our little Want
Ads Resultsresultsalways results from them
EXAMPLES
WATEDTO BUYA LIOHTLY USED W 1OR SALISlSlG uctUNEW k W
a w sewing macblne WIll make small cash make Cost 10 leavtllg dty sad will IIdl
payment but desire balance In small payments for 30 Small cash payment ad balance rea I
monthly Mast be bargain Address F 8 GO OnabIe arrangement Address II I 54 this
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Once you BEGIN the use of our Classified columns you wiilcontittue Because
its so easy economical and convenient to use little Want Ads for the various
wants that come up from day to day We arrange our colunins in a busi
nesslike Classified way by subjectsyou can always find and get WHAT
you want WHEN you want it
Copyright ic by George Matthew Adams i
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Child m
The KIni Yow Hall Always Bought
Bears the
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Signaturo of 7cca
Little Soldiers
In your bteod are the millions
of corpuscl that defend you
against disese
To make and keep these little soldiers
healthy and strong is simply to make
and keep the blood of the right quality
and 9nantity
This is just tfhat Hoods Sarsaparilla
doesit hclpsthe little soldiers in your
blood to fight isease for you
It cures scroula eczema eruptions
catarrh rheunatism anemia nervous
ness dyspepsi general debility J and
builds up toe hole system
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I SHEEP QUARANTINED
Owners of Flock Ship Healthy Herd
to Kelton
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Ogden Nov ISHerman Kuchler of
this city and Squire Chipman of Ameri
can Fork shipped through Ogden last
evening four carloads of bucks for lCd
ton to supplant a herd of 500 bucks un
der quarantine because of the lip and leg
disease This disease has recently bro
ken out In some of the western herd
and It is supposed to have been brought
here in shipments made from the east
MONROE HOT SPRINGS
MAY GET BATHHOUSE
Special to The IIeraldRepubllcaq
Richfield XO ISH J Gottfredson
who Is In charge of Monroe Hot Springs
has brought down plans for a bath house
wjileh he hopes to have erected there
soon They include plans for II swimming
pool 4OxiOO feet IJr Gottfredson cites his
own cure as proof the curative prop
erUea of the waters He went to the
springs a broken down man hut now has
vigorous health He slys there will be
big Improvements there within the next
two years
AUTO ROAD PROMOTER
WANTS TO BUILD A DAM
Special to The HlraldRepublican
Richfield Nov lBIn addition to pro
moting an automobile road from Salt
Lake to the rim of Grand canOn E
D Wooley of Kanab Is now negotiating
with three banks here for funds with
which to rebuild the big dam at Kanab
this winter He also says that the first
railroad to build Ino the Kanab coun
try will reap a reward as there are bil
lions of feet of timber in the Buckskin
mountains and veins of coal copper and
other minerals
POCATELLO VALLEY
TO HAVE NEW HIGHWAY
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Special to The HeraldRepublican
Brigham City Nov ISThe county
commissioners will probably grant the
petition of residents of the Pocatello val
ley and Vest Portage to open a road
connecting the Pocatollo valley with the
1Jalad Valley railroad at West Portage
The commissioners decided to begin col
lections of poll taxes The Bear River
Telephone company was granted permis
sion to Erect poles forty feet from the
center of county road Ethelbert Lar
sen was appointed register of vital sta
tistics for the Promontory district ana
Mrs S W Klack register at Ielton
County Justices of the peace will be sup
plied with complied statutes and session
laws of 190 and 1909 A liquor license
was granted the Utah Sanitarium for
ltah Hot springs The county tree In
spector reported he had found a few cases
of San Jose scale
GIVE MONEY FOR ROAD
Ranchmen Subscribe 700 to Repair
SaUna Canyon Thoroughfare
Specal to The HeraldRepublican
Rlchfteld Nor ISRanchmm who Use
thE Salina canon road have subscribed
S700 for repairs to that highway L R
Anderson secretary of the IIanti Live
stock company which owns the Big Ire
landand the Oak Springs ranches In Sa
lina canyon says floods have left the
blghw3 In an almQst impassable ondl
Lion The count commlsslontTs of this
and Emery counties will be aSKed for an
appropriation The Oak Springs ranch
has an orchard in a sheltered nook and
Mr Anderson says the crop Is a won
derful one
FUNERAL MRS BOOTH
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Spanish Fork Nov ISThe funeral of
Mrs Annie Booth wife of C W Booth
was held yesterday In the Third ward
meeting house The speakers were Pres
Ident Henry Gardner of the Nebo stake
II8rlnus Larsen John Moore Mrs John
Halam and Edward M Rowe The invo
cation was given by Henry Tilley and the
ward choir furnished the music
UKASE OUT THAT PARK
CITY WILL BE STORMED
The ukase has gone out and Park City
Is to be stormed on Nov 23 Whether the
date Itself has struck fear or If It Is just
natural nervousness Park City In any
event is already making preparations
for the attack to be made
On Tuesday a strong force ot Iusco
cites will Journey to Park City by spe
cial train The word has been whispered
that beyond the wilds of Parleys canyon
there are a number of Innocents wander
ing about and It Is their capture the
Kremlin Kassan Is after After the bears
are properly tamed and broken a ban
quet will be offeredas a peace offering
WOULD NOT FACE TRIAL
rafayettoI Ind Nov lSElIas Ray
inof the wealthiest land owmrs of In
liana killed himself today rather than
0 to court to face trial for the alleged
murder of one of his employes last spring I
He struck the man with a club during a
Iuarrel Ray leaves a milliondollar es
late
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MRS M BASSETT DEAD
I Octogenarian Mother of Fremont
Stake President Succumbs After I
Useful Career
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Special to The HeraldRepublican I
Rexburg Ida Nov lItFuneral services
for Mrs Margaret Bassett aged b2 who i
died November 13 were held this after
noon In the First wArd meeting house j
There Was a very large attendance from I
Rexburg and nearby settlements Dcce t
dent was the wife of the late Thomas I
Bassett and mother of T E Bassett
pr sldent of the Fremont stake She was
born in Vales In 1ST The speakers at
the funeral services were Bishop B Har
lis of Salem President Mark Austin oC
Sugar City Bishop P E Ricks and Pres
Ident Albert Heath of Rexburg
Opening and closing hymns were sung
by the First ward cholr A quartette of
the Conanton company which Is play
Ing an emagpmEnt in Rexburg sang an
appropriate selection Solos were also
sung by William L Bassett of Provo a
grandson oC decedent and by Mrs John
I T BalliC of Rexburg Interment took I
place In the Pexburg cemetery
BINGHAM MINER IS HURT
WHEN A BIG ROCK FALLS
Special to The HeraldRepublican
Elngham Nov 18Vhlle at work In
No 7 tunnel of the Highland Boy mine
today Andrew rlckson a miner was
caught under a big rock that fell In the
stope ills left leg was fractured near
the ankh His Injuries Were dressed by
Dr D H Ray Later the ijured man
was sent to the KeoghHammond hos
pital in Salt Lake
BODYSHIPPED AWAY
Special to The HeraldRepublican
BlnJham Nov ISThe body of Morris
Dreyfuss thE butcher who was found
dead In Copperton yesterday was shipped
to Palisades N J today rile body was
claimed by a sifter In the New Jersey
town who ordered It sent there It vas
learnfl that Dreyfuss was a member of
a prominent family there
fATHER CHANGED HIS
NAME Tn PROTECT SON I
Thief in Colorado Penitentiary Will
Now Be Tried for Murder
in Nevada
San Francisco Nov ISBy intercept
lag letters l between W G Barr oC ths
city and his son Charles now sPrm t
sentence In a Colorado penltenti1 or
robbing a street car In Pueblo DetJcUv
Redmond of the local police depntmenl
has Identified the son as the murderer of
Deputy Sheriff Vllliam Lakin who wu
shot to death in Humboldt Nov last
year and has revealed what Is probably
the only case on record where a father
has asmmed an alias to say0 his son from
prison
The elder Barr has been operating a
real state business here for some ttrre
under the name or W G SOIlern When
the police of Pueblo sought to identify l
the man whom they had arrested here
for robbery Redmond was Informed that
his father lived here and search estab
lished the fact that Southern is an alias
or Barr The local detectivo department
Informed the Colorado offlcars that their
prisoner Is the man wanted III NhVuda
for murder
Reno NOv No1 ISPeeull1 InIeret
15 attached to the Identity of Charles
Barr by the California authorities as I
just announced through the fact that all
the sheriffs of this state including Sher
Itf Farrell of Vashoe county have been
continually on the watch for the alleged
murdered of Sheriff Lambs deputy Wil
lIam Larkin at Vlnnemucca some
months ago
It will be remembered that Larkin held
a warrant for the arrest of Barr and
went after him As the deputy ap
proached the fugitive Barr turned around
quickly and fired at the officer killing
cape him instantly Barr then made his es I
RICHEST Or THE SEASON I
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WellsFargo Company Melon Ripe
and Its Cutting Announced by
Officials
New York Nov 18The YellsPargo
Co today announced an Increase In
the capital stock of the company from
8000000 to 4OOOOOO The new Issue of
16000000 Is to be offered to stockhold
ers to whom a stock dividend of 300 a
share is to be declared
This action was taken at a special
meeting of the directors today and is
subject to the approval ot the IItockhold
ers ut a meetlll to be held on Dec 22
Thc dividend of 300 is to be paid out
of the accumulated earnings of the corn
pan The new stock will be offerM to
holders of the old stock at par In the
proportion of two shares of neW stack Jor
one of old
The division of the surpluD will take
Its place among the richest dlstrjbutlJTs
oC profits by a l rge corporation In he j
f1lstory of American financial operations
Worked out the dividend plan gives each
stockholder funds for the purchase ff
two shares of the neW stock at par and
fled m ash
fEDERAl GRAND JURY
RETURNS TRUE BillS
Eight Indiana Men Indicted for Em
bezzlement of Funds of National
Banks
Indianapolis Nov ISThe federal
grand jury today returned indictments
against eight men charged with embez
zlement or complicIty In embezzlement
of the funds of national banks
Wiliiam H Marker and Noah Marker
brothers formerly cashier and assistant
cashier of the First National bank or
Tipton Ind are charged with embez
zling 1OOOi of that banks funds and
with having covered their abstractions
for many months by making false en
tries and false reports
Elbert W Shick a capitalist of Chi
cago and northern Indiana president of
the Tipton bank arrested In Chicago
soon after the arrest of the Marker
brothers and charged with misapplica
tion of cash of the bank was not indict
ed because of Insufficient evidence
lax P Emmenh a bookkeeper of
the Capital National bank of Indianap
olis was indicted on a charge of embez
zling 40000 and Paul C Gall and Harry
C Prlnzler depositors In the tank are
charged with complicity with Emmrich
In making false entries
Indictments on charges of embezzling
amounts ranging from 5O00 to 15000 were
returned aJlllnst Howard Phillips as
sistant cashier of the Terre Haute Na
tional bank of Terre Haute Frank H
Icolal assistant cashier of the FIrst
Natl9nal bank of Auburn and E N
Detser teller of the First National bank
of Fort Wayne
A VfUL GRIME All A EM PTED
Discharged Janitorof St LUKes Hos
pital San Francisco Fires
the Building
San Francisco Nov ISThe police
have arrested for T E Saunders a dis
charged janitor oC St Lukes hospital
whom they accuse of responsibility for
the tire which destroye wing of that
Institution at an early hour today
According to the police Saunders was
discharged from his poltlon three das
ago since which time he has appeared
at the hospital and created disturbances
Policemen were summoned last evening
to eject him from tIie basement but he
had disappeared When they were called
agalr to remove him from the hospital
premises at 3 ollock this morning the
tire had started and he had escaei In
the confusion
There were seventeen patlentq in the
Wing destroyed by the fire but all WI re
removed by Night Orderly Frank Whlt
who suffered palnf1 burns and Nuse
Lula Tuily who had charge of the nrd
B A Smythe a patient who was 00
closely I swathed In bandages that he
ol1ld not move was carried from the
burning building by Policeman Robinson
Saunders was arrested several hours
after the tire When found ny police
men in a saloon he fodght desperately
He refused to make any statement after
his arrest
STORM IN NEW YORK
New York Nov ISKew Yorks pro
tracted Indian summer was sUddenly cut
short today by a wind of tropical fury
but of Arctic chili The temperature at 7
oclock tonight was 2 degrees below
freezlnga drop of pearl 20 I degrees In
twpntyfour hours
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tlon at the Smithsonian Institute Was hlngton They represent the captures made before he got Into the heart of the
lion zone and are fine specimens of buf falo roebuck starbuck giraffe wild dog wild bear and rhinoceros killed by
himself and Kermit his son
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THE POWER OF POOR SPEECH
A Dover lawyer tells a story In which
figures the Hon H L Dawes who it
seems in his younger days was an In i
different speaker Shortly after his ad i
mission to the bar he had a case which
was tried before a North Adams justice
of the peace and Dawes was opposed
by a lawyer whose eloquence attracted
a large crowd
The justice was perspiring In the
crowded room and evident losing his
temper Finally he drew oft his coat
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and in the midst of the eloquent ad
dress burst out
Mr Attorney supposing that you
take a seat and let Mr Dawes speak I
want to thin out thIs crowd
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THE CONVICTS COMPLAINT
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Washington Star
Cornelius V Collins the criminologist
and superintendent of New York < s stqte
prisons narrated at a dinner In Troy
some reminiscences of his Interesting
work
A clever criminal ot gluttonous pro
clivities he said once couched a com
plaint In rather neat term
My Inspector entering this mans
cell one day found It very hot and
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stuffy
of Why have you got your ventilator
closed he asked
The burly and gluttonous prisoner
answerell plaintively
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dinner while Irfy back was turned

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