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14 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
Ve Are Going to Quit the H Retail Business J and our entire stock, including HOLIDAY GOODS I will be thrown on sale fl Wednesday, December 10 Look for our double page advertisement on I December 8, giving sale prices. H WAIT!! WAIT!! WAIT1 ! Wash. Av. KVHN'S at Modern Clothes at I 26S SHOP 35 I TEAMSTERS ASK FOR AGREEMENT I Employers Asked to Pay Mini mum Union Scale No Discrimination. Indianapolis, nd . Dec 3. Officials of the teamsters union, which has been on strike here since Sunda midnight, began a concerted effort today to get employers to sign a tentative agreement It is bindinn for only ten riaR and the only de mands are that the employers pay the minimum union scale and not discriminate against union men. Eugene Luttlcdge, 18 years old. was shot In the leg when a crowd pttacking a coal wagon was fired on by strikebreakers on the wagon. J. H. Mason, the negro who was shot through the abdomen yesterday by special officers, died this after noon This makes the second fatal lty during the strike. Claud Lewis having been killed at the time Mason was shot. oo I CROSS MEETS VICTOR IN TUESDAY'S MATCH Los Angeles, Dec. 3 - Apparently Riving up hope of enticing Joe Rivers Into another ring engagement in the near future, Sam Wallach, manager of Leach Cros?, today notified Pro moter Mcf'arey that Leach would ac cept the Pa i iflc Athletic club's offer 01 a New Year's date to box the v.ln tier of the Ander-;on-Barrlau fight next Tuesday night Cross has a knockout over Anderson to his credit Cross, of course, would prefer a return match with Rivers, but the Mexican lightweight is hot alter VYn lie Rllchie and unless the champion lefuses to give him a battle there is not much probability of Cross and Rivers booking up again. Ritchie has informed Rivers be will give him a teply after his bout with "Harlem'' Tommy Murphy. ( roes will not go to San Francisco in attend the Ritchie-Murphy scrap Wednesday night but will be at the Vernon ringside on Tuesday night to Bee his two prospective opponents in action. According to reports from his train Leg camp, Anderson Is working well and is in tiptop condition I UTAH STUDENT IS ATHLETIC SENSATION W arren Stratton one of the Univer sity of Utah students who was pre sented with a Rhodes scholarship: has won honors at Oxford university England. Stratton has been proclaim ed a deucedly clever athlete by the Britishers, who give him the honor for the victory of the Lincoln Col lege of Oxford, in the annual class boat race Stratton handled the btroke oar. Stratton never took pari in ath letics at the Salt Lake high school or University of Utah and the news will be a surprise to many of his I friends. Ho is studying law at Ox ford and reports say that he is giving j I a good account of himself in all his J classes. MERRILL HAS RETURNED. Provo. Dec 2 City Physician H. G. j Merrill ha6 just returned from a tour' of seven months in Great Britain and! on the European rontlnent His time was spent In visiting hospitals and medical collegpp. and he says that he i gathered much useful information REMARKABLE FLIGHT OF AVIATION Rheims France, Dec 3. Jean Biel ovurlr. the Peruvian aviator who flew across the Alps In January this year, made a remarkable flight here today j Turning the hose of hi? monoplane ', upward, he ascended, 3600 foot in two 1 minutes, SO seconds, making an al j most vertical spiral. SCHOOLS START AN EGG BOYCOTT PLAN Chicago III., Dec. 4 Pupils in the public schools have joined Chicago women club members in the egg boy cott, by which it is hoped to reduce the price of eggs to 32 cents a dozen "No egg' pledges were distributed among the pupils in the Fiske school j esterday It is said there were many signers and that more pledges will be cir culated todav in other schools of the city There was 8 drop of 1 cent In the price of eggs on the Chicago butter and egg board yesterday. Eggs Being Advanced. Pittsburg. Dec 4 In face or the fact that agents of the department oi justice are here to investigate the cause of the high price of eggs, quo tations for 'selected" a6 the Pitts burg Butter and Egg exchange terms them, were advanced today from 45 and 46 cents to 5U and 12 cents a dozen. Dealers declare this is be cause eggs, to bear the name of "select must not be more than :i week old Alleged price fixing by the exchange is one of the ihing the government's agents Is Investigating Kansas Egg Boycott. Kansas City Dec 4 Placing of n boycott on eggs in every home in Kansas Citj was the announced pur pose of a mass meeting of practlcal Ij all the women's organizations in the city called toda by the Kansas ( lty Housewives league. Tne women sought to place a bar on the home consumption of eggs until the pres ent retail price of 40 cents is reduced. Mrs Willaril Q hurch. president ol the local housewives' league, was chairman of the mass meeting oo WILL GIVE CHARITY BALL Brlgham City. Dec 3 Prepara tions are complete for the big annual charity ball to be given this evening by the Civic Improvement club of this city The ball, to be given at the hall in the Academy of Music, Is for the purpose of raising funds with which to aid some of the poor folks of the city prior to the Christ mas holidays IjLjHOT SODA, Now Being Served W j The soda season never stops with us. There are - many people who like cold drinks throughout the year, so we always serve them. As the season for hot soda is at serving delicious dfc ORUGS drinks that are cheer- ri d r ,, log and healthful. 1 he Buy Corner. I I SAVINGS 1 I -I H A savings account Is an incentive to economy and pro- H H vlde a we protection against need In the case of mis- EE &&$f M fortune r loss. This old, strong bank pays 4 per cent j -f Interest, compounded quarterly, and affords absolute se- : J curlty for all funds. l .l : You are Invited to open an account today. H LOPEZ MAY HAVE MADEHISESCAPE; Opening From Minnie Mine to Yampa Tunnel Known to Exist. Bingham, Dec 4. With thp dls 1 cover? yesterday of a possible way In which Lopez might have used tho dynamite fuse in the Appex mine to escape, the belief that the Mexican, has escaped is prowinR hourly Never theloss, the smudginc Is being con tinued and will be until the smoke backs up enouch to smother the fires for lack of nwpen. Experts say this will take twenty-four hours loncer The secret of whether Lopes Is en tombed or far from his pursuers will therefore be sealed behind the mas sive bulkheads until tonight or tomor row mernlnp. It was learned yesterday that there is a shaft lort feet long leading from 1 the 700 level to what is known as the ?,00 level but which is in reality slightly above the Parvenu or 110(1 level fopez has had two days and nlphts to deis a means of settinft down the l?M)-fort shaft Into the lower part of the mine, from which he nights to devise B means of gettinz I were m duty. Owing to the fact that larce amounts of fuse were known to be In various parts of the mine. It is believed that the clever outlaw might have used It to lower himself into the I30b Patrolmen W.H. Hend rlckson and William Domm of Salt llake tested out tbe fuse yesterday anil found It would easily bear the weight of a man In any event there would hae been plont of the fuse so 'that Ivopez miht hae twisted two ,or three strands together After Lopez did the shootlnK in the Andy Incline just above the And tunnel Saturday, when the guards be hind the incline made the dash out of the tunnel after shooting out tho lieht 1,0)107 would have had time to slip down tbe incline, past the Andv tunnel and on down to the 700 level This lee was not hulkheadod until Monday, giving the bandit forty-eight hours' start while his pursuers thought he was In the upper part of the mine All of the noises heard In the mine at various points can be accounted for in other ways except the statement of Deputv Sheriff C. L. Schettler. who claims to have heard I,opez call "Ju lius." Last niftbt Schettler persisted that he had heard tho call distinctly If this 16 true and Schettler Is not mistaken it is probable that Ixpez Is still in the mine because at that time it was thoroughly bulkheaded The shifting of the timbers in the Painell portal Sunday afternoon has been found to have been caused by melting snow. The melting snow shifted some dirt and this in turn moved the timbers slightly Those who have worked In the mine sav lhat it is full of rats, some of which are very large. It is believed that the sulphur fumes made them USUSUal I ;h live, and runnlnc over the grave in many places, the noises might eas ily have been taken for Lopez. it is also possible that Lopez may have reached the lower portions ol the mine, but did not leave it. How ever, he must have heard the bulk beads being built and realized that he must get to freedom quickly More than a dozen guards expressedthoir belief yesterday that I.opez had es caped Added to all of this are persistent offers in Bingham to wager that Lo pez will not be found In the mine either dead or alive, when the Jnilk headsare removed This betting Is thought to hae been started by for eigners, perhaps admirers of Lopez, and this, together with the facts ad duced yesterdav has strengthened the belief In tbe theory that the man has escaped in any eent, the problem will not be solved at least until tonight and posslbl until tomorrow Not In Stampede. The markmanship of Lopez and the statements of those who knew him, that the Mexican had at one time been a well-known rider, caused the belief In Salt Lake yesterday that be might possibly have been a member of the company of cowboys who took part in "the stampede' in this city last July. Investigation last nl?ht, however, re vealed the fact that but one Mexican took part in the performances, and that man was Maurice Valdes. tbe man who lives on the Mclniyre ranch, west of Eureka. Another mem ber of the stampede company and who was at one time employed at Mcln tyre ranch said last night that he was poslUve that Valdes was the onlv Mexican who took part in the wild west show. ' The mine will not be opened un til the 6moke being forced into It backs up and smothers the fires This will indicate that there Is no oxygen left in the mine making the exist ence of human life Impossible " This was the statement of Sheriff Andrew Smith. Jr., tonight Mining experts believe that it will take at least twenty four hours long er to accomplish this plan It l possible then, that tne work of open ing the bulkheads may start late to morrow night or early Friday mora Ing Yesterday was the most uneventful daj of the entire hunt The fires were kept burning and the guards were kept at the portals of all the tunnels. Otherwise there was little activity. County Attorney L E. Wil ley visited Bingham today to inves tlgate charges that the expenses were higher than was necessary". When they concluded their confer ence with Sheriff Smith and their inspection of the operations being car ried on, thev expressed their satis faction. During the past forty-eight hours, since the mine has been bulk headed, Sheriff Smith has been able to cut down tbe force to fifty-eight men. having let out eighty special deputies. County Attorney Wllley said that the county could not be held respon sible for any damage through cessa tion of work in the mine or for tho salaries of tho 225 mlnerB w ho are idie while the works are being smudged He said that police powers were giv en by law which permit the sheriff to take such steps as he considers necessary. The county commission ers and county attorney returned to Salt Lake this afternoon. Ex-Sheriff M. If. Bush of Tooele I who made a thorough Investigation of the roports of the guard- at the bulkhead in the 700 level that they heard Ixipez there yesterday morning Is convinced that the reports were true. Sheriff Bush believes that Lo pcz will be found dead or alive near that bulkhead. A number of tho men on guard at that point aro expert mi ners and agree with Sheriff Bush The Andy Incline runs down to the Too level from the Andy tunnel and enters tho Ton ieei at a point Just in side where the hulkhead has been placed It Is thought that Lopez might have slid down the ore cbu'.e and in that case he i trapped, as tho Incline is too steep for him to return The draft at the bulkhead is an in ward one. and it is possible that by keeping low. where the fumes of the Mrc built just outside would not reach him as they enter the top of tho bulkhead. Lopez might have kept alive. However some of the guards believe that It uould have been Im possible for Lopez to have remained in such a position for two days All ngree, however, that if Iopez Is there he Is In a trap from which he can not escape. Inr-lf 1 - Imlrafnin on the Bingham & (iarficld railroad, declared today that there Is a tunnel connect ing the Yampa nnd the Apex mines He says that the tunnel is about two thirds filled with dirt, but that Lo pez could crawl to the top and get through Then, he believes. Lopez might easily have joined the Mexi cans In the Yampa mine and walked out of It in safety. Both the superintendent of the Yampa and the superintendent of the Apex deny that there is any connec tion, as do all the miners who work In either property. Little credence is given Phillips's statement here, de spite the fact that he Insists that he Is familiar with both mines. Italian Tells Different Story. Bingham Dec. 4 That Lopez first visited Mike Stefano in his cabin near tbe mouth of the Minnie tunnel on Tuesday night instend of Yedne9day night, was the statement made by the Italian to Sheriff Andrew Smith, Jr., yesterdav It was corroborated by Julius Corrello According to this story. Lopez must have got Into the mine before da break Tuesday morn ing. He would have had to travel twenty-three mlle9 from the north west aide of Lake mountains to the mine Monday night. Stefano told the sheriff yesterday that Lopez first visited him about midnight Tuesday Ho 6aid that Lo pez told him that he (Stefano) was his friend and that he shouid go down and tell Julius Corrello to come up and 6ee him. Stefano said that Lo pez told him to have Corrello bring up medic ine, money and supplies and come Into the mine. Then he went to his hiding place. Stefano said he went down and told Corrello the next morning and that Corrello said "No. Raphael Is a bad man He has shot three good men and I will have nothing more to do with him " Stefano said he carried this raes sage back and reported to Lopez when he came out Wednesday night It was then Stefano said, that Lopez took the blankets and food in with him. The next day, Thursday, Ste faiio reported the matter Discuss Opening Mine Bingham, Dec 3. Just how w get into the mine most quickly and safe ly when the bulkheads are opened is a matter now being discussed by the men In charge of the work It is known that the sulphur fumes will hang In tbe mine for some time and In places where the outer air did not penetrate quickly might be danger ous to those who enter It Is probable that the men who go in will hae their noses and mouths 1 ovcred with w et tow els Ropes w 111 probably be tied around their bodies and a signal system arranged so that they can give warning it they feel the fumes getting the best of them. There is an oxygen apparatus man ufactured for just such work, which Is very similar to the kind used by sea divers The difference is tha"t Instead of a long ho6e to the surface the helmet of the mine suit6 is sup plied with ox) gen from a tank car ried by the wearer The supply of oxygen carried will last from one to two hours However, so far a known there is no apparatus of this kind In Bingham. If possible, one of the machines will be brought here for the search work. 00 Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers have been placed on record in the counts recorders office: John P. Stephens and William P Stephens to Joseph White, a part of lot I, block 19, plat A. South Ogden survey. Consideration $1-ii). W. O. Johnson and wife to F'phraim W. Manning, lot 12. block A. William Lund's addition of Ogden survey, and a part of the northeast quarter of sec tion 17, township 6 north range I, west of the Salt lake meridian Con slderatlon 91,850 Annie P. McKay-Parr and others, to George W. McKeown, a part of lota 3 and 6, South Osden survey Con sideration $865 George H. Tribe and wife to the George H. Tribe Investment com pany, a part of lot 8, block 32, plat A, Ogden survey. , Consideration $1, 00 COLOMBIA ARRAIGNS COL ROOSEVELT Mexico City, Dec. 3. The Colombia congress severely criticises former President Roosevelt in a eommunica t'.on cabled to the Mexican senate and chamber of deputies today It ar raigns Colonel Roosevelt and the gov ernmental methods of the United States. The communication was considered in secret session at which it was de cided to lay It on the table. 00 LA BAR R A LEAVES FOR JAPAN Paris, Dec 3. Francisco de la Bar ra, former provisional president of Mexico, who has been Mexican min ister to France for several months, left suddenly today for Japan, on the receipt of orders from General Huerta. uu Eugne Sandow says that a flight of stairs is all tbe gymnasium any man needs. An aeronautical map of the entire world on a scale of one to 200.000 was planned at the recent internation al geographical congress at Rome. NOT REDUCING COST OF LIVING New Tariff Has Failed to Bring Down the High Prices. Washington, Dec. 3 Tho resent ment of Republicans and the deslro of several senators to talk about va rious subjects prevented a voto again today on the Kern caucus res olution for protracted dally and night sessions beginning at 10 o'clock In the morning until the currency bill is passed Republicans hae held th whip hand for three days, and proved to the Democrats that their program Is not so easy as they thought it might be. W hen the resolution went 0er again thl nftcmnnn lliov on. peared to bo satisfied, and Senator Galllnger, Republican leader, said tbe resolution might come to a vote to morrow Meanwhile, however, the senate went ahead holding night ees slons Currency was mentioned today only in the most incidental fashion. The day was occupied with Hetch Hetcby principally, although there was a brief and characteristic Republican outbreak against the new tariff law. When Senator Galllnger asked the Democrats ir tho wanted to Jam cur rency through In order to keep their promise that currency legislation would help the tariff bill to make times good, the Republican leader touched upon the tariff to say: Platform Promises. ' The Democratic platform promised to reduce the cost of living. One Democrat on this floor in debate said the Republican tariff had placed a burden of MOO, 000. 000 on the people that the Democratic measure woulfi lift Ma I ask my Democratic col leagues what they now have to eay about the high cost of living and the amount by which it has been reduc ecp Do they expect the currency law they arc to enact to perform according to their promises as their tariff bill, which has failed to main tain any promise made7" Senator Galllnger read from num erous newspaper clippings to show that tbe recent Thanksgiving dinner was them ost expensive the meiican people hae had In twenty-five years. He read from New England news papers to prove that Canadian meats shipped across the line and admitted free of duty, instead of bringing down the American prices, had at once gone up to the domestic level without benefiting the consumer one penny. Gronna's Fling. Senator Gronna of North Dakota also had his fling at the Democrats. He showed from price quotations that within a few days after the tariff went into effect the prices of cattle when purchased from the farmer had dropped from 1 to 2 cents a pound, but the price of dressed beef to the consumer bad gone up. The same v true, he declared, in barley and other cereals. "The farmer in practically every-I thing he raises since the Democratic tariff gets less for his product and the consumer Is paying more,'' de clared Senator Gronna "Yes." observed Senator Galllnger, this great panacea for all our ills Is not working out aa It was hoped at the time and as our Democratic brothers hoped it would work There was something wrong about that Democratic prediction and I venture to say now thai the Democratic pro pheey in connection with their cur rency legislation will not come any nearer being true " Republican Progressives today had a lot of fun with Democratic sena j tcrs when they called up President Wilson's recommendations for a pres 1 Iciential preference primary and be gau to prod them as to when they would report such a measure to the senate. It Is no secret that the plan of the president has always been unpopular among the Democrats of the senate Any bill even Indirectly rointing in that direction has been smothered to death and Progressives keenly enjoyed themselves today ENVV INCITES WOMEN TO ACT Woman Who Was Ridden on Rail by Six Neighbors Tes tifies in Court. VSaukegan, III., Dec. 3. Mrs. Min r.ie Richardson, who testified yester day to having been ridden on a rail by six of her woman neighbors ot the Hamlet of Volo, near here, was cross-examined today. Mrs Richardson testified that the action of the women assisted by one man. was prompted by envy. He husband, although a cripple, keeps the general store at Volo and his wife was spared some of the drudgery of her neighbors and is said to have shone brightest among them wearing 8 riding dress. Among tho incidents which aroused tho reeentment of the other women of Yolo was the buggy riding of Mrs. Richardson with her brother-in-law, William Dunnill 00 LIMITATION CLAUSE WILL BE ENFORCED Railroads cannot waive tho four months' limitation clause in the new universal bills of lading, according to a decision reached at the confer ence of railroad attorneys at Chicago recently. Pursuant to this decision railroads all over the west are send ing out notices to all their agents that under no circumstances can. a claim be considered later than four months after it arises Heretofore agents and railroads have been waiv ing thl6 feature of the bill of lading in order to procure shipments over their lines. The interstate commerce commission decided last October that the clause was a part of the bill of lading and that no part of the bill of lading could be waived by the rail road company At the rhlcago conference of the attorneys It was thought that the clause could bo waived after ship ment took place and claims which were more than four months old could bo paid, providing tho railroad company desired to make the dis bursement. The attorneys decided that this was a subterfuge and should not be tolerated and that tbe rall road should live up to tho decision of the Interstate commerce commis sion. Hereafter any claims arising for damages to freight In transit, or on station platforms or either actually or constructively in the possession of the transportation lines, must be filed with tho proper officer of tho rail toad within four months from the date the liability accrues or the clause of the universal bill of lading will be enforced and the claim Ignor ed. Suit cannot be Instituted to col lect the amount as acceptance of tho bill of lading completes the con tract and outlaws any claims for dam ages not presented within four months, the attorneys held. The Union Pacific system, the Ore gon Short Line, the Gould lines are sending out circulars to their agents informing them that they must not waive or attempt to waive the time limit liability clause. It was held by the railroad attorneys that the clauye was and Is a part of the published tariffs, as It bad been classified and attached to the western classification tariffs. Owing to this, the clause could not be waived In any Instance Violation of the ruling will render the railroad liable to fine for dis crimination in tho payment of claims A call has also been Issued by the general offices of tho railroads for agents to forward all claims to the claim agents and attorneys at once so that 'Maims arising prior to De cember 1 can be paid and the claim departments started on the new basis January. 00 TODAY IN CONGRESS , Washington. Dec 4. The day in con gress: Senate Met at 10 a m Adoption of administration curren cy bill went oor another day. Republican senators attacked the ! Democratic caucus , House. Met at noon Rules committee gave a hearing to the anti-suffragists. Hensley resolution for naval holl oay generally discussed. 00 SOCIETY UTAH NIGHT John J. McClellan, Utah's greatest organist, and Wlllard Weihe, Utah's greatest violinist, will appear at the Ogden Tabernacle, December 5, to aid the Ogden choir in giving an en tertainment for ' Utah Night." It will be a rare entertainment in music and song The program is being furnish ed by the Weber academy lecture course committee and It is stated that it will be the most elaborate musical entertainment of the season. The program will be given In con nection with the regular number on the lecture course program, as fol- Overture to "Oberon ' C Von Weber Mr. J. J. McClellan Russian Airs Weiniawski Mr. Wlllard E. Welhe Babylon's Wave Gounod Ogden Tabernacle Choir (a) The Swan N. . . . St. Saens (b) Communion Batiste (c) An old melody Arranged by Performers Mr McClellan fa) Dreams Wagner (b) Muzurka de Concert Musin Mr. Welhe. "Soldiers' Chorus" (Faust) . Gounod Tabernacle Choir. (a) Selected (b) Taccanta in F Widor (From fith organ svmphonv) Mr McClellan. (a) "Traumeroi" Schumann (b) "Cradle ong" Sauret Mr. Weihe (a) "Woo Thou Sweet Music". Elgar tbi "In Time of Roses" ... Relchardt (c) "The Rosary'" Nevln Tabernacle Choir, (a 1 "O Thou Sublime, Sweet Eve ning Star" Wagner (b) 'Chorus of Pilgrims" (Tann- hauser) Wagner Mr McClellan. on PROSPERITY IN THE NORTHWEST New York, Dec 3 Colonel W. P. ( lough, chairman of the Northern Pa cific railroad, arrived here today af ter making an inspection trip over S50n miles of the road, and declared that the public cry for lower freight rates Is not as Insistent as a year or two ago "The people In the northwest seem well satisfied," ho said. "Farmers are putting up better buildings. In creasing their livestock and building j larger silos. They do not expect de prcs8lon in their business and there Is every sign of prosperity there "The rumor that the Northern Pa- 1 cific will acquire the Erie has no lasls of fact. Such a transcontlnent al line would be so unwieldly as to make It unprofitable." New York, Deb. 3 James J. Hill, who Is In New York to purchase Christmas presents and to attend to certain business matters, said today "People In the northwest feel pret- tj optimistic and there are no great signs of depression there Of course, retail trade Is slowing down on ac count of warm weather and people j are not buying as much as they might. Because prices are somewhat lower than last year farmers are not belling a great deal of grain They ! have enough funds to hold out until better prices prevail." 00 TO INSTRUCT IN RAT CATCHING Provo, Dec 3. T. A. Tormey. the professional rat catcher of Toronto, was before tho city commission this eenlng. Ho explained methods em ployed In coast cities for suppressing the destructive rats and offered to assist in their extermination in Provo. While the commissioners have little money available for such purpose, it is probable that tbe expert will be engaged to Instruct a couple of local men In bis methods. GENERAL DIAZ PUT I ON ACTIVE LIST Mexico City, Dec ?, The war de- h parfrnent todav published an order transferring Porflrlo Diaz from the re- I tired list to the active list. The order bears the date of Sep (ember 20. OO :'a DELICATE HINT. j Palladlst Don't hoi think if I'd cut out one of my four songs It would lm- m prove my act? J( Stage Manager Yeg, abcit 5 per ' cent Brookhn Life. L V I OGDEN 1 1 I SAVINGS 1 ij I BANK I Ogden, BhH I That Nickel of Yours j Did you ever stop to think 4 1 how many people are after it? 1 There's the street car company, D the moving picture man, the iL news stand, the cigar man, the I soda fountain man, and an army fl of others, j They all want that nickel, g and the one who gets It will be , sure to add It to his bank ac- M count. Why not bank It yourself? j XM AS GIFTS :: NEW LIFE VIBRATORS AT Ml SPECIAL PRICES Very handsome and will last a -t lifetime. It means I IrJALTH and 7 BEAUTY. What more could you Iff want. 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