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I 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1910
USED A DETECTIVE
TO SHADOW SPOUSE
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Result Is Catherine McDonald
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Gets Information Which
Secured Divorce
Tiackins her husband through the
streets of Salt Lake by moons of a private
detective after she had learned through
a friend that the charms of another wom
an had attracted her mate Mrs Cath
erine E McDonald nays she obtained In
formation upon which she based an action
t r divorce and through which she was
Slanted a decree by Judge C W Morse
j < stcrday at the regular Wet kly divorce
matinee
Mrs McDonald erstwhile proprietor of
t c Hampton rooming houwe said she had
time some investigating after dispensing
tutu the services of the private detective
Mid had learned facts which proved to
lr that her husband Alan E McDon
ald had been following the gilded
1 ute too strenuously naming Mrs Phoebe
I vans Sib East Sixth South street as the
mc w charmer
Mrs McDonald was married in Denver
Colo on OctoKr liUS At that time
M 1 said she owned a sevenroom brick
hot worth 4uti and her husband had
i uthlng Later she tame to Salt Lake
jiurcliuhing the Hampton rooming house
v iU U slib has since sold
The deposition of the detective taken
11 San Francisco was read to
tltc court yesterdaj telling of the shad
owing of Mr McDonald and Mrs Evans
tach day Mrs Ida Frckel was a fair
v jtness who substantiated many of the
at Uiunts of Mrs McDonald
Judge Morso granted th > divorce with
c it i clUing upun several of the other wit
jc C sc who were in the courtroom With
th < > decree Mrs McDonald took her
maiden name of Catherine Duddid
Mary Marriott whose suit against her
3 jsland Joseph Marriott was dismissed
lij Judge Morse last week but whose
motion to reopen the oas was agreed to
In the husband and allowed by Judge
Morse received a decree nt tins hands of
Judge Morsf yesterday with 10 as per
i anent alimony Tht husband owns a
linn near Big Cottonwooti canyon valued
ht I 1500 and the chief fight was over
t is land They were married February
U I ls > 6
T u decree in the case of Louise Pitts
j jinst Samuel V Itts granted some
I icks ig by Judge Morse was amended
7 csterday by plying the wife f 250 as per
instead of li month
1 a i iiiit alimony a
F a Williams obtained a decree from
JjiJge Morse separating her from Aus
tn G Williams whr > m she married in
Po Uello Ids on July W W04 They
L 1 two children
Judge Morse gave the wifo a dlvorro
c istidy of the children and J15 a month
f r fie support of them
Heher C Jarman was given the right to
r c IPS two children twice between now
rnd n > > xt Friday when he will be heard
li I ssuit against his former wife Kthcl
h Jarman for permission to soe the
clildrcn
For Big
Shavers
Safety razors razor strops
shaving brushes shaving soap
cream lotion and n full line of
shaving necessities
For Little Shavers
Nursing bottles nipples paci
fiers all kinds of baby foods
and everything else necessary
for the little fellows comfort
See Window Display
The Pure Drug
Dispensary
112114
South Main
Street
Pythian Sisters are giving a dance
Tuesday February 15 1910 at Unity
hall 18 South 2d East Tickets 50c
per couple All invited
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The Medicinal Value of
Whiskey
is admitted by the best medical authorities
SunryBroc
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Is the highest type of a wholesome plett
healthful
ant stimulant and invigorating
tonic Absolute purty and mellowness
nwke its use perfectly safe and free from
Armful effects It is distilled aged and a
bottled under the direct iupervi ion of U S
Government Inspectors and the GREEN
GOVERNMENT STAMP over the cork
of each bottle tells the correct age
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SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO i
Jefferson County KENTUCKY
Ask Your Dealer For It
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SUGGESTS THE USE
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They preserve your val
I uable documents and I
Th J you always know how I
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to find aiy
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made to suit your demands
InalH1sall sizes and
I s VERT11ftl s hap e s wood and
STORAGE steel
CASES
Come in and see our fine showing
Dinwoodeys
HERALDREPUBLICAN
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HOUSEHOLD COUPON I
Name
mstjiiJ I v I S j
Address C f 1
Notice Coupons must be of consecutive
numbers Only one coupon of each number will
bo accepted
For 30 consecutively numbered coupons together with n nmnll cnih pay
snOut you may have jour choice of our Hjilcudlil household premiums See
HumllleH nt HeralilHepulillcnn office
Only One BROMO QUININE
That Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Look for the signature of E W GROVE
Used the world over to cure a Cold In
One day 25c
You Neednt keep on feeling dis
tressed after eating nor belching nor
experiencing nausea between meals
Hoods Sarsaparilla cures dyspepsia
It strengthens the stomach and other
digestive organs for the proper per
formance of their functions Take
Hoods
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Two million dollars guarantees the
accuracy of every abstract made by the
Salt Lake Security Trust Co 32 Up
Main We own our own records
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Pioneer Roofing
Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT PAPER CO
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CASTOR IA i
Jor Infants and Chilian
The Kind You Have Always Bought II I I
Bears tho
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Signature of
VALENTINESHALF PRICE
Open Today Till 9 P M
The assortment embraces every va
riety of lace novelties cards comics
postals and mehanicaK
DESERKT NEWS BOOK STORE
The Leading Book Concern 6 Main St
Constipation i i
Vanishes Forever
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
CARTERS LITTLE
LIVER PILLS leVel
fail Purely veget
able act lurcly i 1CATE5
but gently on 1
the liver I
Stop cftsr
dinner
distress
cure indi i
gtirion improve the complexion brighten
g the eyes Snail Pill Saall Dote Siall Prici
Genuine must bear Signature
f 1 Special No 2 1
Being advance spring shipment
of our 2S5 special for women In 1
I new complete lines also many of
4 lines that
our very best 350 and I
we Intend to discontinue from I
stock Wp have your size
Yours Shoely I
HIRSCHMANS I
SHOE PEOPLE
118 SOUTH MAIN
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Thess tIny CAPSULES are superior I
to Balsam of Copaiba
Cubebs odnjectionsand I
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the same diseases with I
I out inconvenience
I Sold by all drvrmtt I
CH1CHESTER S PILLS
WLr THE IIIAMONU IlBAJtD yx
Ladled A U your UrnzeUi for
I Chlchevtera Diamond Itrmnil
1 Illl la llrd tnd Uold mrulllc
boio idled nUt Blua Ribbon
Take no other liny of yonrwy
Prnttffll Ask or CIIICI > STEn 1
DIAMONI JIUAN1 IlLLS for l5i
years known as Bcs Safest AIWIIS RelIable
SOLD BY DflUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
r 222224 Main Street r
Save on these Saturday Specials
for Coats for Smart Skirts
I 11 75 worth to 40 5 95 worth up to 139
Heres good coat news for about 50 women A regrouping of broken lines means this
Blacks and wanted colors in broadcloth years lowest prices on wanted skirts
and coats also tweeds man
kersey serge Just 35 in the lot including every size
nish cloakings and mixtures in colors at
color and blacks
onethird and less their real value
Styles materials and colors are the same Materials are serges panamas broad
for which our customers six weeks ago cloths fancy mixtures and quiet novelty effects
in blacks Tai
bets Mostly
were glad to pay full prices panamas
All sizes in colors only sizes 40 and 42 lored styles in plain and pleated effect
selfcolored button trimmed
in blacks Some are
All Winter Suits 1 0 I ASS Winter Suits 1650
Worth up to 38 Sat J Worth to 60 Sat =
Last Call on Childrens Coats 135 Kimonos 75c
of all childrens coats for
should the last
Saturday see These long kimonos are made
we have I regrouped them I all in two lots Every wanted of a splendid quality of wash
material style and color represented Sizes to 12 years able flannelette pretty design
in reds pink tans and blues
AI I Coats worth up to 750 now 195 with contrasting Persian bor
cord trimmed
der Satin
AU Coats worth yp to 18 now 495 J
BabysWear2Specials r 125 Corsets 69c Blanket 2 French Robes Silk 98c
Cliildrens white wash
dresses of cambric nainsook Broken lines of 100 and Beautiful French Silk
and lawn lace and ribbon 125 corsets grouped for mercerized cotton blanket
trimmed sizes 6 months to quick selling at 69c robes in Oriental colorings
4 Makes are the famous G D for automobiles buggies and
years Slightly soiledso tho and C B a la spirite good qual cow comers Effective for
r S ity of coutil with and without draperies or robes Size 50x
500
rape
tl 65c to
worth J
I they are wor 1 u c 0 hose supporter attachment Lace
you may choose at onethird trimmed Colors and white and 70 Value 200 Saturday
less or from 43c to 365 black only 98c
V for 25c ready
Baby Bonnets 1 Price Hosiery Underwear 15 C made glass lintn
All baby and children for 50c womens vests and pants polishing 1 towels size 2x
bonnets in felt and silk go kle 39c length tailored drawer cut sateen covered pearl seams button an 36 inches
now Colors are white pink and crochet trimmed white and grey for lOc soft finish
for 26 ° me3 and women all Sy
worth 100 to J fSf blue
blue and red a 2s C wool black hose with merino chambray in
350 now just half price heel and toe red and tan
for 65c boys flannelette night
50c to 175 49c gowns sizes to 11 years Picquette is a now
wash fabric on the poplin
Jewelry Specials Last of the Lace Sale Drder but of a heavier repp FmC
y tS for 60c values In belt and mercerized with rich lutr v
2 Cflr sash pins and Dutch collar ly
pins gold and bronze with colored In the big lace sale some 700 yards finish Splendidly adapted fl
stone settings of fine Irish crochet got muF f < 1 anI Spring euits and dresses Ovor i1 q
cuff
n for roc values in gold
250 links plain and engraved slightly soiled worth to Si a yard now hides and white Repnlnr
some with stone settings value I 4i Saturday only jit 1J
I 2 5c and for 50c bronze hat effects pins old in fancy silver choose Satur q s tfVt U 1Jrl Jmtry Irip 25c
day fJtJiI
stone settings r r LVl 1
125 Beads 39c Green
One big lot of string It Trading
heads in pearl turquoise co Stamps Bring
ral jet amethyst etc Handsome
worth regularly from The to Premiums
125 Saturday 39c I Free
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is the only solution of the highprice problem AVe are
making an effort to provide Fish to suit every purse
Carp per Ib 5c Carp ready for the
Herring per Ib 15c pan lOc
Salmon per Ib 20c Soles per Ib 15o
Smelts 15c Halibut per Ib 20c
Fancy fresh dressed chickens 25c
Booths guaranteed can oysters each 40c 60c 80c
BOOTH FISIERBES COD
30 West First South Street
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Any Suit or Overcoat Store
TODAY AND MONDAY
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I cost of manufacturing in i order to move them quickly Spring goods
arc arriving and we need the room
r NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET A GUARANTEED
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THAN COST OF MANUFACTURING
DONT MISS IT
Remember we are in the new business district Leave the cars at
State and Third South Streets
Barton Co
The Old Reliable Clothing House
OUR NEW LOCATION
264 South State
To take It to market In the want
ad way may require but a few hours
or In some Instances a few days
Under aU circumstances Its the
SHORTEST way
Exchange used things for used
things through a classified ad get
I ting the needed for the unneeded arti
I cle JUST AS THE MAN WITH WHOM
YOU TRADE WILL TOO
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To the Stockholders of the Selma
Consolidated Mining Company
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN In J 11 tl J
stockholders of the Selma CIIIIHI I 1
Mining company a corporatin it r f
state of Utah that on the lit h l t
December A D 1909 at a reguiai
stockholders meeting of said ci > niiii
was decided that all tha propem I
liabilities of said company shoulil I
signed and transferred to a in
pany in which the capital stock i T
able in consideration of the n v
pans exchanging its capital j = t > h 1
stock in the Selna Consolidated
company on the basis of share fr
A new company now known as tit
Mines company has been oi gd niL
accordance with the action and l dn r
> f the said stockholder meeui j
new company has taken ovti 1 1
sUllied all the liabilities debts lid
ertv of the Selma Consolldat i M I i
onipany Secretary of the nt S i
Mines company U I POW ready to
excliang stock in the Mid SHn i Sf
Company for stock in the ald iH iJ t I
iolidated Mining company sh < ii
share Said stockholders must 11 <
their stock within 0 day from ft 1 J
3f the first publication of this not
O W CARLSON
Secretary of Selma Mines C h i r
Office ilfl Newhouse Bldg Sat J
in I Utah
Date of first publication Ffbrn r
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Delinquent Notice
SILVER KING COlSOLIPA7n
Mining company of Utah Innr
place of business Salt Lake City fr
There are delinquent on the
described stock on account of asf
ment levied on the 14th day of LvCe
ber 1909 the several amounts set
posite the names of the respc uQ
shareholders as follows
Name No of No of
Cert shares A t
J T Hodsen 715 100 T
Mel SchwelUer 662 1000 i I j
And in accordance with law ana t
order of the board of directors m 3
OP the 17th day of January mo >
many share of each parcel of s
stock as may be necessary will 11 F
at the office of the company room 4
Atlas block Salt Lake City t u i
the 15th day of February 1910 at t T
hour of 3 oclock p m to pay tIe r
linquent assessment thereon tog t cr
with the cost ef advertising aiid ex
pense of sale
G W BROWNING Secretary
403 Atlas block Salt Lake City Ita
Assessment No4
SEVEN TROUGHS MONARCH MM <
company Principal place of bu e
Salt Lake City Utah
Notice Is hereby given that at a r ct
Ing of the board of directors of tho S > > i
Troughs Monarch Mines company lJ t
on the 8th day of February 19l > an as
sessment of onehalf > cent pc r s ri
was levied on the outstanding stock rf i u t >
corporation payable at once to VI ii ri
II Tibbals secretary at the offi t f
said company room 712 Boston bmllr
Salt Lake City Utah
Any stock on which the assessment shaI
remain unpaid on the 13th day of Mar
1910 will be delinquent and advertised
sale at public auction and unless pa
ment is made before so many shares >
each parcel of such stock as may to
necessary will be sold at 2 oclock p m
on Saturday the second day of Arri
1910 to pay the delinquent assesamert
together with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale WM H TIBBALS
S cretarv
Location of Office 712 Boston Building
Salt Lake City Utah
High School Site Wanted
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION WILT
receive sealed proposals for a high school
site up to noon February 19 1910 Site 11 I
be not leas than 20 by 90 rods east e ±
Main street
The right Is reserved ta reject any or
all proposals
proposalsBOARD OF EDUCATION
JQ2 City and County Building
MAKES SERIOUS CHARGES
Wife in Petition for Divorce Accuses
Husband of Frequently Threat
ening Her Life
That her husband made several attempts
to take her life during tholr short and
tumultuous married life Is charged by
Mrs Anna Kettleson in a suit for divorce
from Charles J Kettloson filed in tho
district court yesterday They were mar
ried at Richfield S vier county on May
7 1907 and have a daughter Nedra two
years old
L un
Mrs Ivettleson says that while they
were living in Milford in June 1BOS her
husband threatened to kill her displaying
a revolver to back his threats She ran
to neighbors for protection and came to
Salt Lake soon afterwards In July 1909
she says her husband rushed at her with
an open razor but that her life was paved
by her brotherinlaw William Clure On
February 8 1910 she says her husband
grasped her by the throat with one hand
and held a revolver In the other which
he pressed against her right temple and
threatened to kill her Another time she
says her husband hurled a heavy earth
enware cup at her which she dodged Sho
asks for custody of the daughter and 30
per month alimony
ASK PAVING Of STREETS
Council to Be Asked to Make Im
provements Near New Rio
Grande Station
Denver Rio Grande officials will ask
the city council to pass an ordinance for
the paving of Fourth West street from
Second South to Fourth South streets
to pave on the west side of the depot and
to complete tho paving of West Third
South street which leads Into the new
station
The railroad officials are willing to
stand the expense of the improvement
although abutting property owners along
Third South street will have to bear must
of the cspenso of paving as far as Fourth
West as provided in an ordinance passed
some time ajjo
The paving of the streets surrounding
the now Denver Rio Grande station
will be Hccomplishec before the building
is dedicated to public use It Is the ex
pectation of Rio Grande officials to have
all the work done by the time the build
ing is ready for occupancy about ten
weeks hence i
w uu
i In addition to having all of the sur
rounding streets paved with asphalt the
new station will lie made attractive In
many ways Gardens will be laid In the
unused ground contiguous to the station
and when spring comes the scheme to
beautify the premises will be carried out
Lawns and flower beds will make a pretty
contrast to the railroad tracks and the
surrounding scenery giving incoming
passengers a pleasant impression of Salt
Lake aa soon as they alight from the
trains
KNEW THE COMBINATION
Drug Store Safe Robbed of Money
and Securities
Thieves apparently familiar with the
combination of the safe in the Coombe
Drug company at Fourth South and
State streets robbed it of 10 In change
early yesterday morning along with a
number of mining stock certificates and
life insurance policies The burglars entered
ered by way of a rear door that they
pried open with a jimmy which they
eft on a counter of the drug store after
he safe had been opened The burglars
overlooked about 31110 belonging to the
postoffice department
Chief of Detectives George Sheets fails
to understand now the safe could have
been opened if it was securely I locked
Thursday night as there are less than
a dozen thieves in the country who knew
how to manipulate a safe combination
I without breaking the lock
MUST REPORT TO STATE
All Insurance I Concerns Required to
File a Statement
Notice is being sent out from the office
of the insurance commissioner calling at
tention to the fact that laws of the state
require all insurance companies and asso
ciations operated within the state to make
a full report of business done during the
past year to the insurance commissioner
not later than March 1 1910
This includes all stock mutual and as
sessment companies writing any line if
insurance life fire or miscellaneous and
all fraternal orders writing life health or
accident insurance Attention is called tc
the fact that heretofore fraternal organi
zations have not been required to make
tilII reports and if any officers of such
organisations l l desire specific information I
as to what is required in these reports
they are Invited to confer with the com I
missioner
Officers of all fraternal orders operating
In the state without organizing local
lodges are asked to confer with the com
missioner also in order that the relations
of these orders to the insurance depart
ment may be properly adjusted I
or
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Robert F Wineman and wife to Tasy
AV Grace part block 26 plat P2250
W J Newman to T M Newman
part eCtion 3f township 1 north
range 1 west 250
Lida L Wellman to Charles Moore
lot 15 block 2 Walkers subdivision 10
William M Gerrard and wife to Nel
lie J Bennion part section 11 town
ship 2 south rango 1 west 1073
Salt Lake Security Trust Co to
Kimball Richards Co lots lOS
UK 107 Hollywood tract 10
John Mackay to Walter S Mackay
part section 31 township 1 south
range 1 west 10
John Mackay to Hazel Murphy ot al
I port section 31 township 1 south
I range 1 west 1
Cannon Bros Co to May W Cannon
part lot 5 block 17 plat B 1
Elis Sahn and wife to Ilyrtim L
Giles lot 11 block 19 plat J 2250
John F Johnson and wife to Walter
W Griffin part lot 4 block 20 plat
400
UtahIdaho B Sugar Co to Orson San
ders and wife part section 26 town
ship 2 south range p 1 west 250 iI I i
NO TRUTH REPORT I
OF REV FR RYANS DEATH 1
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Confirmation of the report that Father
Audrt J Ryan of St Marys parish i i
was alive and well and would start ffr I
contained In
Salt Lake Friday night was
a telegram received here yesterday after
noon from San Francisco Telegrams
apparently genuine were received here
Thursday night stating that the popular
priest had died In the Golden Gate city
and arrangements were at once startfd
tlrough ODonnell Co for his burial
here Apparently there had len a mis
understanding for later messages indicate
that there Is no cause for alarm over the
healtl of thB priest
BEATEN BY MOTORMAN r
Traveling Salesman Objects Because
Car Does Not Stop and Is
Knocked From Car
James Lynch a traveling salesman for
the Wagener Brewing company was se
verely beaten by a street car motorman
of the O S L depot line 01 Main street
between First and Second South streets
late yesterday afternoon when Lyuch re
monstrated with him for not Stopping
his car at First South street as he had
requested
Lynch had been riding in the frunt
vestibule He carried a heavy grip in
each hand At First South street he
asked the motorman to stop the car when
he made the turn down Main street Tho
motorman failed to stop and an alter
cation ensued
The motorman applied the emergency
brake when the car was half way be
tween First and Second South streets
and it is I alleged struck Lynch in the
jaw sending him sprawling through the
vestibule door and into tht < muddy street
with the grips still in each hand No ar
rests followed
DEBATING AT U A C
Three Interesting Events Being Pre
pared For By Students
The interest in intercollegiate debating
at the U A C is far greater this year
than ever in the history of the institu
tion In the first place the students are
excited at the prospect of three intercol
legiate debates one with the U of U
one with the B Y C of Provo and one
with the Montana Agricultural college
Two of these the U of U and the Mon
tana debates occur for the first time this
year and the Provo debate has been an
annual affair for some time A number
of promising young debaters entered the
tryouts for these teams and as a result
the following were chosen to represent
the U A C in the debate with the B Y
U J W Sessions L A Stevens and J
B Decker This debate will be held in
Provo about March 15 The question is
Resolved that a central bank be estab I
lished to be operated under the super
vision of the federal government consti
tutionality conceded
About two weeks later Asa Bullen John
Welch and D E Robinson with M O
Maughan as alternate will represent the
school in the U of U debate at Salt Lake
City The question is Resolved that
a system of bank deposit guarantee simi
lar to that in use in Oklahoma is desir
able
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ESPERANTO EXPOUNDED
Universal Language Bound to Come
Says Arthur Baker
Arthur Baker exponent of Esperanto
delighted a number of the Salt Lake group
at a meeting in the Commercial club
building last night Mr Baker said that
universal language would surely come
and that the worldwide expression would
bring humanity closer together lie gave
an outline of the proposed new code I
showing its simplicity and its value as
an asset for intercommunication between
the races
Following the lecture last night great I
Impetus was giver the movement and the
Salt I akq group tfill go about its work
with added vigor I
BUILDING PERMITS
A building permit was issued yesterday I I
by Inspector A B Hirth to Baer Bros I
Mercantile company for an addition to
their store at 2433 South State street
which will cost 11000 I

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