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g I; 421
i For Subscription and Advertlelng
pi J Department Call Phono No. 56
J 10 experienced girls to peal toma
V f toes. Utah Canning Co.
" j Fire Prevention Day A formal
j proclamation, setting aaldo October 9
J;Ma day for the proper observance of
tij i FJro Prevention dRy baa been Issued
4 J by Governor Spry. ThlB dato 1b tho
(anniversary of the groat Chicago fire
and was deemed a fitting one for the
10 experienced girls to peal toma
toes. Utah Canning Co.
Return With Auto Harry Llndull
and LouIb A. VIdi have returned from
Ely, Nevada, whore thoy went to get
the automobile, Btolen from Mr, Lln
delL by Prank Burns on the Friday
night during the Fashion Show. The
roads were In such poor oondltlon that
.IT It took them from Thursday noon un-
til Saturday afternoon to mako tho
I trip to Ogden.
ft There's a photographer In town
J who name is Tripp, 320 1-2 25th st.-
I Ike Russell Hore Tko Russell, tho
a Utah boy who scooped the world by
3 getting the first story from the res
f cued wireless operatorH and memberB
S of tho Titanic on board the Carpa
ffthla when it landed in New York, 1b
jrvlsltlng In Osden, tho guest of his
father-in-law, S. S. Smith.
A f Chicken Raisers Fresh ground
fl I bone dally at Waahington. Market
jfi Extension Work University ex
t tension work In Ordfln hns hon ar-
iHTraTiged by the University of Utah. The
jjtt first meeting will bo held in the City
hall, October 8, at 4:30 in the after
JSx xoon. The course baa been arranged
TObo that It will be profitable and inter
mt eating to everyono who decides to take
& Wanted A. house girl; a good place
wand good w flees for a good girl. Mr.
Ijf Culley, 257$ Monroe. Telephono 1716.
W' Depart for Florida Enthusiastic
(jwover their prospect in the Bouth,
iff Jamea Chase and B. F. Sooy of Ogdon
i$Fwlth tlielr families left today for West
jff Pahn Beach, Florida. C. J. Campbell
f and family of Garland are also leav
jfclng for the south taday. They expect
I. to make their homes permanently in
f 'Lake Worth, Florida.
, r Tour Butter troubles will cease If
i ;you try B &. G. It always has that
V. ieliclou, fresh-grass flavor, not to
m 'be found In any other Butter.
Senators to Speak The "Bpealdng
ti commltteo" of the Republican contral
i committee has not yet determined the
y question of who shall address the
jlipeoplo of Weber county in the coming
fScampalgn except that they will have
(flboth Senator Smoot and Senator
Sutherland mako speeches. The time
Wand place cannot be decided on until
Htho senators have been conferrod
3 Old papers for sale at this offlco;
H25o ptr hundred.
K From Idaho Deputy County Clerk
Harry Hales and wife have roturned
Ofrom a short visit with relatives and
(fifrfends of Dayton, Ida.
i 3 Call 303 when you want beer, wines
lor liquors. Foley'6
' H Five Arrested Saturday evening
, deputy Sheriff Walter Jarrell of Hiv
crdalo arrested five men accused of
stealing provisions from the farmers
of that section. The men give their
names as Henry North, William Jen
P Sen, James Harrington, Frank Miller
'and NIel FarsonB.
11 $ Investigate our tree Introductory oi
n fer on beers, wlnoo and liquors. Fo
ley's. I General Superintendent McCarty of
fthe Pennsylvania lines was In Og
den for a few minutes this morning
in prirate car No. 32 of that road.
I Call 421 for the news, editorial and
society departments of the Standard.
More Train Crewe Two extra train
crewB woro added by tho Denver &
Rio Grande railroad at Ogden today.
On crew will bo used to handle the
increased colonlBt traffic and the oth
er will be used on a beet train.
j Klrkendall Undertaking Co.. Mason
ills temple. Phone 150.
X Bound for Zlon Alexander Miller,
iBQcrotary of the Harrlman system.
passed through Ojjd-n this morning
to attend the stockholders' meeting of
the Union Pacific at Salt Lake,
Myers Auto for hire. Stand, Elite
Cafe. Phone 72.
Oj Tho Oregon Short Line employed
gfour special trains to handle the
I A PEW
; j OF THE MANY BARGAINS
j THIS WEEK.
IS Crabapplcc, bushel $1.25
I j Sweet Potatooa, 7 pound... 28c
f Fanoy Jonathan Apples, bu.$1.00
f I Not many In markat; our prlco,
J pound 4o
I Concord Grape, basket.... 30o
I j Flneet German Pruna, bu.$1,00
I Mild Cream Chaeo, pound.. 20o
' Barrels of Q. 8napa 20c
i j1 H. P. Flour (.with BOo order,
j cash) $1.00
v New Dill Plcklea,quart 15o
I 26th and Wash. Phone 91
BT Ses the OaeW&
northbound parsaenrjora from Salt
Lake last night.
Non-deflcrlptiT ticket; Kansas
City, St Louis. Springfield, HI., for
sal cheap. D. P., oaro Standard. --
About 60 cars of grapes and cltrnR
fruits pass through Ogden dally from
J. F. Snedaker, Dontlst, moved to
2457 Washington avenua.
G. G.'Wright, manager or the Con
solidated (Wagon & Machlno com
pany of Idaho Falls, is in Ogden on
D. R. Roberts of Logan was an Og
den visitor yesterday.
G. W. Adnoy, from Corlnne, Is reg
istered at the Reed hotel.
Governor Harmon of Ohio passed
through Ogden this morning.
Marriage License Marriage 11.
cenies have been Issued to Orson H.
Mortcnsen and Margaret Hornsby of
Ogden and to Wallace Garlcy and
Ada Erans Williams of Syracuse.
From the Coast J. T. Jardino, hav
ing in charge the experiment stations
of the grazing department of the for
est service has returned from an ex
tended trip through Oregon and Cal
ifornia where he has spent consider
able tlmo making investigations of
graying lands and general range conditions.
Program to be Prepared At the
meeting of die trustees of the Utah
Educational association, Saturday af
ternoon at the Utah hotel, Prosldent
John M. Mills was authorized to com
plete tho program for the meeting of
the state teachers in Salt Lake on
November 25, 26 and 27.
Brought Back Yesterday Deputy
Sheriff George Leatham brought back
from Salt Lake A. C. Vagnor, former
salesman for tno Cragun Brothers
company on a charge of embezzle
ment.. It Is stated that Mr. Vagner
failed to make an accounting of $200
of the company's money.
Around the World Chas. Humphris
departed thlB afternoon on his trip
around the world. He will bo gone
nearly four months.
Mlnlatera Meet The Ministerial as
sociation was in session this fore
noon, having undor consideration a
nation-wide missionary movement.
On the Cutoff A work train Ib op
erating on the cutoff, between tho
quarries at Lakeside and the big fills
Thirty men nre employed. An air
compressor is being erected at Lake
side to take the place of the one der
stroyed by fire.
Going to School Miss Flora and
Miss Laura Eccle3 will leave for L03
Angeles tomorrow to attend school.
Caledonians The Ogden Caledon
ians society will uold its regular bus
iness meeting at 8 p. m. October 8 at
Labor hall. There will be buainesB of
Importance and initiation of new)
Lost His Money Joseph Gregory, a
railroad man of Pocatello, told the po
Hco Saturday nigRt that he had been
robbed of ?36 at a negro rooming
house. He said that he had been on
ticed there by a nogro while intoxi
cated. The rooming house named bv
Gregory Is at 2624 Wall avenue and fs
conducted b Mrs Mary Anderson.
Gregory is a white man.
Fire Engine Too Fact After thor
ough tests, the new $G,000 auto equip
ment recently purchased for tho fire
department is considered too speedv
for Ogdcn's Btreots It was goared
up to a nominal sixty miles per hour
frhon it left the Elmira, N Y.. plant
of the American La Franco Fire En
gine company There arG verv few
stretches of paved streets in thi's citj
where the five-ton motor can be op
erated at express-train speed with
Bafety to the machine and the men
on it, it is said Chief A B. Canfield
has therefore decided to reduce tho
speed of the auto bv changing the
BROWN James Harvey Browu.
non of tho late Captain James Brown!
died at the home of his daughter,
Miss Rachel Brown, at G.15 o'clock
this morning. Mr Brown was born at
winter quarters, enroute to Utah, Oc
tober &. 1846, coming to Utah with
hiB parents and tho family settling in
Huntsville where he has" resided un
til th0 tlmo of his death The Brown
family wero the first to settle In
Huntsville. He is survived by nine
daughtors and three sons viz Eliz
abeth RlchardBOn, Mary Rawson.
Rachel Brown, James Brown, Nellie
Rawoon. Margaret Curly, Estella
Brown, William Brown, Leona White,
Viola Willes, Frankc Brown. Myrtle
Brown, and thirty-four great grand
children Funeral announcement will
be made later.
Advertisers must haro thlr copt
for th Evening Standard the evening
before the day on which tho adror
ilsemant is to appear, In order to In
6ure publication. '
ARE IN A
An interesting meeting of the Re
publican state commltteo is expected
tonight when the commltteo meets to
name a candidate for presidential
doctor to sucoood E. D. Woolloy of
Kanab, who has resigned from the
Though tho principal business of the
committee scheduled for tonight Is the
Eelootlon of a candidate for this plao&
there are othor matters which are
likely to come up before this commit
tee. Among theee is a discussion of
tho romSval of prominent Republicans
from various Btate committees for al
leged party dlfiloyalt. Amony those
who have boen deposod are Harry S.
Joseph, who waa relieved from duty
on the finance committee; John C.
Mackey, who wob dropped from tho
advisory committee, and J. E. Bagley,
who was removed from the executive
A special mooting of St Joseph's
Sewing Bocletv vrill bo bold In St. Jo
seph's hall Thursday afternoon when
matters of importance win corao be
fore the members and all will be
expected to bo present Mrs. Palenall
will be hostess.
Scad tho ClaWfled Ada.
THE EVEKING STANDARD, QqPBN, UTAH, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912. H
Smelter Men Will Quit
Work If Strikebreak
ers Are Used
Salt Lake City, Oct. 7. A meeting
of the mill and smoker men of Gar
field, Utah, wah held here last night
at which a resolution was adopted fa
voring a strike should the Utah Cop
per company attempt to operate itn
mines at Bingham, Utah, with non
nion men. So far none of the em
ployes of the Utah Copper company's
emelters at Garfield have left their
work, although the Arthur and Mag
na concentrating plants were forced to
clo8o on account of not having any
ore to handle.
D. C. .Tackling, seneral manager of
the Utah Copper company, said to
night that the company had no inten
tion of importing strike-breakers to
Bingham. Tho situation at Bingham
Is unchanged. Hundreds of miners
are leaving tho camp daily and sev
oral business houses will be compell
el to close their doors unless tho
strike Is settled within a few dayB.
Ely, Nov.. Oct. 7 The ?..000 striking
miners here are maintaining excel
lent order. Sevoral conferences havo
been held since President Moyer of
lho miners' federation, announced that
tho questions at issue would bo left
for settlement at a conference be
t7?een the mlno ovmcrs and the min
Two of the miners engaged in a
shooting affair at the mines yesterday
but the quarrel was said to be over
an alleged dobt of ?1.25 and not over
the labor question.
The furniture ordered b tho boaid
of education for the teacherB' room
at the High school has arrived and
was taken to the school today. Thero
is ono largo quarter-sawed oak table,
nxl2 feet and 24 chairs Meetings of
the teachers are held in this room and
the furniture will add much to the
comfort of those in attendance.
I So many girls have become Inter
ested in domestic science that the
board found it necessary to order five
now sewing machines, which have
been Installed In tho sewing room and
are being kept busy by tho large sew
To prepare for the football game
with the University of Utah freshmen
at Salt I-akc next Saturday the foot
ball team i3 practicing long and hard.
Every member of tho squad must be
a full fledged student carrying all
work required of a candidate for grad
uation. Prof Peterson states that
each member of the football team is
a good student a3 well as a good ath
With the coming of cold weather
the members of the Ogdon police
force have found that their light rum
mer uniforms of ollvo drab are not
heavy enough to keep out the cold.
The old blue suits havo been resur
rected from the chests and the odoi
of moth balls Is being destroyed bj
For those members of the force who
did not have bluo uniforms 3lx suit3
were ordered from a Chicago firm and.
as they havo arrlveh the drab uni
formed officers will soon be replaced
by a squad dressed in neat blue.
The fololvilng real estate transfers
have been placed on iecord In the
county recorder's office:
Susan Emma Perry to August H.
Raethel. a part of lot 3, block 13, plat
A. Ogden survey. Consideration $3,
000 Ruth W. Smith to Charles E. Dum
ke, lots 17 to 20 inclusive, block 2,
Chamberlain's addition, Ogden survey
Consideration 1 15.
Carl C RasmusBen and wife to Goo.
I Fretwell. a part of lot 10, block 12,
plat B, Ogden survey. Consideration
Heber C. Saunders and wife to Wil
liam R, Oram, lot IS and a part of lot
17, block !, Woodmnnsee addition, Og
don survey Consideration 3S25.
Vesfct Shaw Chatolaln and others
to Nina Shaw, a part of lot 25, block
7. Ogdon Five Acre plat A, Ogden
survey. Consideration $L
My! What a Headache
When In tho front or back of the
head or In tho templea It la with,
out doubt cauoed from oyeitraln.
We will guarantee our glncsoB to
entlroly relieve auoh headache.
Examlnlnfl and Iodb grinding
J. T. RUSHMER OPTICAL CO..
2464 Wash Ave.
TREES ARE TO
City Park Commissioner 'an der
Schult siatos that from now on the
park ccvmmiBsioners will enforce the
city ordinance relating to the plant
ing of treos. Tho ordinance requires
that certain trees be planted on cer
tain streets and if others are placed
the planters may be prosecuted. Many
Instances have been reported when
trees havo been planted in violation
of this law and these trees must he
removed beforo October 30.
Mr. Van der Schuit calls attention
to the fact that October is a good
month for transplanting plants and ho
urges that all who have planted trees
not designated remove them during
this month to their own varda.
There are booklets for distribution
at the recorder's oOlce, Informing anv
one in doubt Just what trees may be
All dead trees and all boxeldor, lo
cust and poplar trees planted within
the last two years on the streets must
be removed. If the planters do not
remove thom tho board will have the
work done and charged to the perBons
planting the trees
When the jurors assembled this
morning In Salt Lake to hold an In
quest over the body of Thomas E.
White,, a taxlcab ohauffeur who wae
found dead Saturday morning with a
bullet hole through his head, County
Attorney I. E. Willey announced that
ho had decided to dlspenso with such
According to the county attorney, a
charge of murder In the first degTeo
will be filed against Caleb A Inlow, a
school prlnlcpal of Bingham who with
hia wife Is being held for Investiga
tion in connection with the murder,
not later than tomorrow.
The coroner Issued a death certifi
cate ascribing White's death to gun
shot wounds feloniously inflicted.
A permit to transport tho body to
Denver for burial also was iBBued.
ounty road commissioner Joseph
Storey has a force of men and teams
together with the two heavy steam
road rollers, making macadam road in
Rlverdale and Harrlsville, both roads
to be connected with the thorough
fares leading from Ogden
These roads will not be completed
until about October 20, at which time
the road-making operations will be
transferred to the "cuaoff from North
Ogden to Pleasant View.
Named For Governor
Boston, Oct 5 Charles Sumner
Bird is the nominee of the Progres
sive party in Massachusetts for gov
ernor He Is a resident of Walpolo
and Is one of the biggest individual
papor manufacture in tho United
States. Ho was born in EastWalpole
In 1855. Mr. Bird was a supporter of
Grover CCleveland, and in 189S went
as a delogate to the Palmer and
Buckner gold Democratic convention.
He has since voted the Ropubllcan
ticket and has never been a candi
date for or held shy public office.
OGDEN WHOLESAtE PRODUCE.
(Selling Price )
Ogden, Utah, Oct 7. Butter
Creamery, extra, in cartons, 35c;
creamery, firsts, 33c; cooking, 30c;
Cheese Eastern, 22c; Utah, 17c;
Y. A., lc.
Eggs Ranch, per caeo of 30 dozen,
Sugar Beet, JG.OO; cane, $C24).
SUGAR PRICE DROPS.
Now York, Oct. 7. All grades of
refined sugar were reduced five cents
a hundred pounds today.
New York Sugar.
New 'ork, Oct 7. Sugar Raw
Steady; muscovado, S9 test, 3.64c;
centrifugal ,96 test 4-Hc; molasses,
S3 test, 3.39c; Teflned easy. I
Tho annual meeting: of tho Synod
of Utah will convene tomorrow night
at tho Presbyterian church and con
tinue in session during the week.
Delegates will be hore from twenty
eight PreBbyterian churches in the
state and Rev. J. E. Carver and his
congregation have made special prep
aration for their entertainment The
program for Tuesday evening will be:
7:30 p. m. What The Christian
Church Stands for In This Inter
Mountain Region Rt Rev. S. F.
Spalding, D. D.
Tho program for the other days will
Regular Meeting of Synod Wednes
day, 7:30 p. m.
Sermon. Rev. Joslah McCIain.
Sacrament of Lord's Supper.
Election of officers.
Report of committee on arrange
ments. Thursday, October 10.
8-30 a. m., devotions. -
9 o'clock, roll call.
Report of synod clork and treasurer.
Appointment of Btanding committees.
Presentation and reference of pa
pers and Presbyterian records.
Report of committee on standing
rules for synod.
Report of committee on brother
hood. Roport of committee on systematic
Report of committee on evangelistic
Report of committee on ministerial
Thursday, October 10, 1:30 P. M.
1:30 p. m devotions.
2 p. m., report of special commit
tee on plan of work of Presbvterlan
church in Utah.
Roport of Synodical Superintendent
Report of Home mission committee.
Election of synodical superintend
ent. Thursday Evening, October 10.
7 S0 p. m., popular meeting under
the auspices of ihe Ladles' Missionary
Friday, October 11.
8 30 a. m., devotions.
9 a. m., institute for Sunday school
workers, Rev. E. Morris Ferguson pro
siding I. Report of the committee on Sun
day school and public.
Report of Sunday school mission
ary 2. Address. "The Modern Education
al Sunday School," Mr. Ferguson.
(a) Grading the Sunday school
(b) Teacher training.
(c) Westminster standards of ex
cellence. (d) Missions in the Sunday school.
Friday Afternoon, October 11.
1 30 p. m., devotions.
2 p. m., foreign missions.
College board and Westminster college.
"Church Erection," Dr. D. J. Mc
Millen. Bible socletv
Y. P. S. C. E.
Friday Evening, October 11.
7.30 p m . popular meeting.
"Modern Church Problems," Rv Ft
M. Donaldson, D. D
Rev. E. Morris Ferguson.
Saturday, October 12th, 8:30 A. M.
S:30 a. m Devotions.
9:00 a. m. Reports of standing
Bills and overtures.
MinuleB of general nssemblv
Place of next meeting.
Revision of permanent committees
The Ftah Synodical society com
oosid of women of the Presbyterian
church will also hold three meetings
on Thursday The program follows.
Thursday Morning Session 9:30
Devotional Service Led by Miss
Lottie E. Stevenson.
Appointment of committees
Presidents Message Mrs. L. M
Report or corresponding secretarv
-Mrs. W M Ferrv.
Three minute reDorls from. Sec
retary of Young People. Mies Mary
H Martin. Secretary of literature.
Mrs. A. F. Wittenbcrger Secretan
of Freedman. Mrs. John Meeker Sec.
rctar of Btudy classes, Mrs. C. H.
Hamilton Secretary of Sunday
schools. Mrs. Wildman Mnrphy.
Presentation of new roport blanks
Mrs Marv M. F. Allen
Importance of mission study Mrs
R M. Stevenson.
Reading and adoption of minutes.
Afternoon Sosslon 1:30 O'clock.
Korea Mrs. C. H Hamilton,
Open Parliament Conducted bv
Mrs. G. W. Martin
Eloction of officers.
Concecration Prayer Mrs. H. B.
Report of committees and unfin
Reading and adoption of minutes.
Prayer Service Led by Mrs. J W.
Evening Session 7:30 O'clock.
Message to the Synodical Society
Dr. W. M. Paden.
Address Mrs. H. B. Pinnoy, pres
ident Occidental Board.
Address Mr. J. W. Aldrioh, Field
Secretary Womans' Board of Homo
Beginning tomorrow morning Agent
Frank Fouts of the Rio Grande nays
that his company will run a freight
trala to the farm's along Its road each
y fr tb aoeowmodatlon of the
I dox FORGET 1 I
I THOSE EXTRA TROUSERS FREE I H
with each suit during the period of Oct 5 to I M
1 Nov. 19th. Bo not overlook this bargain. I M
Your time is limited do not delay. Call I 1
I I and see us. y 1 lH
I ED SMYTH & CO. ' 1
Security Truat and Savings Bank Bldg. 2432 Waahingion Ave. 1 H
I OPENING OF LYCEUM I I
J THEATER TONIGHT I I
1 Fred Hayter, Manager, presents The Empire Stock Co., In I
1 "TSi Fiwe? of the Ranch" I I
With MISS ADA DANIELS, and ROY WALLING, In the leading I H
M Personal direction, Mr. Seldy Roach. SPECIAL MUSIC 1 1
H Doors open 7:30; Curtain 8:30. Prices 15e, 25c. I lH
canning factories and the Biigar plant
The train will leave the city each
morning and return in the evening.
CONFIDENT OF .
Standard I see by tho morning
paper of the sixth that Mr. Sacos, the
Greek wrestler, whom I am to meet
at tho Armory noxt Wednesday night.
Is after a match wdith Walter John
ton, the Kansas City wrestler, and he
does not think much of his coming
match with me I would llko to say
that If I were Mr. Johnson I would
wait and wrestle tho winner of that
contest. Tho Greek may win tho
..match, but, If he does, I will guar
antee that he will think he has done
ono hard day'a work when he gets
through. Ho Is six pounds heavier
than I am adn the people think that
because It Is allowable to use all
rough tactics. I will stand a poor
chance of winning. In my former
matches all roughness has been bar
red and I tiled to live up to my con
tract. It was not because I did not
know how to uso rough tactics. I will
not start roughness, but if Sacos docs
ho will find that it will not bo one
Bided. He thinks that because he has
defeated Julius Johnson and St took
Mike Yokel almost two hours to get
one fall on him, he will defeat me
easily, but it is mv opinion that ho
will bo one disappointed Greek when
the match is over (Signed)
John T. Brush Is
Principal Owner of
New York Giants
Now York. Oct 3 John T Brush,
tho principal owner of the National
league pennant winners, will see his
toam battle for the third time for the
world's championship, an honor it at
tained in 1905 by defeating the Ath
letics. Mr. Brush's health is not ro
bust. Ho usually watches the games
from his auto, which is run on the
Great Artist Poorly Paid.
Tho report from Netv York of tho
sale of the two famous portraits by
Velasquez, the one of Philip IV. and
tho other of his minister, tho Grand
Duke Ollvarez, brings to light the in
teresting fact that he received "on ac
count" the sum of eight hundred reals
(8) for these and one of Scnor
Garciperes. At very much the same
lime Van Dyck, despite a highly suc
cessful tlmo In northern Italy, was
finding to his co3t that Antwerp, bla
bk-thplace, had little liking for his
genlue. In fact, wo find him stating
that at one time ho had a "certain
fat browor as his only patron." And
oven that patron failed him, because
"when it camo to a matter of remuner
ation the brewer's greed shrank from
an extortionate payment of two pis
toles for tho painting of one portraltl
T. P.'d Weekly.
Evaporating Plant Dctormlncd that
some action must,bo taken to prevent
a recurrence of the great loss which
has resulted this soason from tholr
tho big crop of fruit, the orchardlsts
of Weber county are looking to tho
establishment of an evaporating
plant as a means of oolvlug the ser
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SOLE AGENT FOR
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fortunes that can be attained, the H
highest station that can be acbioved H
are as nothing in the closing hours H
of a man's life. Then it is that he H
scrutinizes hiB part for tho least ves- H
tigo of personal good which he ba.fi H
wrought, and It Is that memory alone t M
which Is worth anything at all to him. '1
He cannot dorive much comfort from 'll
tho wealth he hae accumulated, or tho il
social distinction he has attained, but H
he can and does rely for his eternal il
reward upon the unselfish and simple
sorvlce he has rendered for tho wel- jjl
fare of others. The life upon which M
we place bo high a value must end ,H
some time, Booner perhaps than we H
Imagine. We mnBt build for the fu- M
tare, indeed, not blindly, not selfishly. J
not brutally, but In that spirit of IH
bravo fellowship which measures np M
to every emergency. H
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