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THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH THURSDAY APRIL 21 1910 G I
Dtah llowo fhlst
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for
cat any cue of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hills CAtarrh Cure
t p j CIIRNIY S co Props Toledo o
f We the underpinned have known 1 J
11z Cheney for the list fifteen year and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business trans
= 4 actions and financially able to carry out any
ti obligations made by their firm
15Ar Tau x Wholoalc PrugdMs TolcdoO
11ptourt KIMNAXMMVI Wholesale Drug
gists Toledo 0
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally act
Id inK directly upon the blood and mucous scar
faces of the system Price Tdc per bottle
Sold by all drud t Testimonials free
Halls Family Till are the tot
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WE ELIMINATE
I THE COST QUESTION
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No NEW suit or gown will bo a
necessity this spring If you have us
DRY CLEAN
your last seasons garments
I We give wonderful rosults from our
I process practically return to you
now fresh and stylish garments at a
fraction of the cost of now clothes
TO us
Ogden Steam
Laundry Co
LAUNDERERS AND
DRY CLEANERS
Phones 174 437 25th Street
DR EED ERS
TAKE NOT CE
I will offer the following stallions
for public service at the Fair grounds
season 1910
KNOTT MoKINNEY 44833
By McKlnnoy 211 tho slro of 22
with records bettor thin 210 Tho
greatest sire too world has over
known He sold for 50000 at 17
years of age Fee 3000
MONTEREY 31706
Record 209 11 trotting Ho has
shown you if you are from Missouri
He has as much peed as any horse
living or dead Foo 2Ei00
ADMIRAL EVANS P899
Record 217 14 4th heat The
fastest and gamest 3 year old pacer
on tho north Pacific coast Inst year
CA 205 pacer sure No hobbles
Feo 2000
Terms cash or bankable note A
few good driving and family horses
for sale C B JOHNSON
Mitchell Broso
Great Sale of
Monumental Work
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Pay no attention to lying mis
representations from our com
petitors and do not pay big
commissions to agents but see
us wo can oavo you money
Yards 2003 Jefferson
Be euro and get
FclsNaptha
from your grocer today
OGDEN TURF EXCHANGE
826 25th street
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Wires to all tracks on all
Sporting Events
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hair jut M surely fls rata
find fonehlDo raises crops It produces a tlilcll
grorrlh of luxuriant hair when uI otbic rcmo
Ac fail Wo jTjarantco anJerlno All drug
Klstfl soil 1t2a we and Si per bottle To
proTO Its worth tend thU ad with too la gtarnpt
or sllvor and rre will mall you a largo roe
eaaplr KNOWLTOH DAflDEUINE CO
Oulccco IU
Every W man
Ialnlerellod saved should kaox
Atou t1J wODrtcrtal
MARVEL Whirling Spray
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teat It cmcaeeu
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Tilnailo to ladle MAR 1Lco
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Wholesome Bread Rolls and
Biscuit IE to buy the flour where the
wheat was carefully selected
Where the milling conditions were
sanitary
Where the true Food Value of the
wheat was considered
Then youll go out and buy a sack of
PEERYS
CRESCENT
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UNION LABEL
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two ringsNo 83
Boll Phone two rinDs N ° 60
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone ono rlnjNo 08
Ball Phone ono ringNo G8
RANDOM
REfERENCES
C C Hupfer Home Charles C
Hupfor has returned home from a
Bad mission to Illinois where from
Nebraska he accompanied the re
mains of his father whose death oc
curred recently
Advertisers roust nave their copy tot
tho Evening Standard tho evening be
fore the day on match tho advertise
ment Is to appear In order to Insure
publlcaUon
James Wothorspoon was In Salt
Lake City yesterday
Coal call Mf Parker r Co for
rates on lump nut and nlack
Reception to Bishop The Rev Wil
liam W Fleotwood has Issued Invita
tions for a mens dinner to bo given
in honor of Bishop SpaldIng of Salt
Lake City on Thursday April 28 at
tho parish house
Puro foot only Charles Cafe
teria
G A Buchanan of Cheyenne camo
In from tho east this morning and
says the capital of Wyoming Is thrif
ty prosperous and growing Tho Un
ion Paclllc shops there are being en
larged at present and nearly 1500 sol
diers are now stationed at tho Fort
Castle Gato Clear Creek and Hock
Springs coal 560 per ton cash on
delivery Phone 119 Robt B Lewis
H G Holdt of St Louis came down
from tho north this morning and af
ter visiting Ogden briefly will continue
tinue on to the coast over the South
ern Pacific
For SaleOld mats Good to put
under carpets Inquire Standard office
V W Almonds came In from Devils
Slide this morning and Is transact
ing business with local merchants
COAL Call up Parker A Co for
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Matron at Sparks Miss Alice Mc
Donald formerly matron of the emerg
ency hospital at Ogden is now locat
ed at Sparks whero she Is in charge
of tho new Southern Pacllic hospital
recently erected there
Call Allen pnonen 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
c specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25tb
Dec Hospital Work Is progressing
as fast as possible on the new Dee
hospital and it Is now confidently ex
pected that the Institution will ho
completed and ready for occupancy
tho latter part of June or tho first
of July WhHo tho stall fot the new
Institution fiats not yet been an
nounced Il Is known that the man
agement will be vested in District
Surgeon Joyce of the Harriman sys
tem and his associates who are at
present In control of tho Ogden Gon
oral hospital
You can got your Spring Hat for
oliohalf city prices at the Five Points
Millinery 238 Washington Ave
Estate of N S WlIsonJn the pro
bate division of the district court
Frederick Wilson has filed a petition
for letters of administration In the
estate of Nathaniel S Wilson deceas
ed who died In Ogden April 1C 1910
and left an estate valued at 750
The estate consists of 400 cash 200
real estate and 150 personal proper
ty The heirs are Jano Ann Wilson
tho mother and Frederick Wilson a
brother
Continued on Page Six
CUiLDREN om
WEll ARBOR DAY
A report at the office of the board
of education indicates that the school
children were thoroughly imbued with
the importance of Arbor day and that
the spirit of planting and cleaning
homo premises largely prevailed The
students of all the schools were given
their choice as to whether they should
plant trees lawns flowers shrubs
and vines or devote a part of the
day to cleaning ho yards at home
but they were all urged to do some
thing In line with the expressed ob
ject of Arbor day
Superintendent Mills and the teach
ers of the schools are gratified over I
tho report sent In and they express
the thought that If all other people
of the city did as well as the school
children on Arbor day much was ac
complished The report of the days
work by the students of all the
schools Is as follows
Number of treed planted 304C
Number of shrubs planted671
Number of vines planted HHS
Number of lawns planted 809
Number of rose hushes planted3800
Kinds of flowers planted GGOS
Number of yards cleaned2016
PROVEN ECZEMA CURE
For several years we have an
nounced with our recommendation
that wo had found a positive cure for
ocxnrnn a simple skin wash oil of
wintergreen compounded with other
healing Ingredients
Yet we Know there aro people right
in this town who have eczema and
still have never tried thIs remedy
Wo have therefore arranged with
tho D D D Laboratories of Chicago
for a SpecS offer of a trial bottle
Pl 25 cents Instead of tho 100 bottle
is regularly sold Bo euro of the
correct name D D Prescription
We offer this trial bottle with out
recommendation and assurance that
just nit noon as the patient washes
hln Itching Hkln this mild liquid will
cake the itch away Instantly
Culloy Drug Oo 2470 Washington
OFfiCERS Of
KNH UTS
ELECTED
The commanding officers elected by
the Knights Templar In Ogden yes
tordav are
Samuel Paul Salt Lake right emi
nent grand commander
J 11 Epperson Ogden vice emi
nent deputy grand commander
H N Mayo Salt Lake grand gen
eralissimo
Henry Hughes Park City grand
captain general
J F Jennings Salt Lake grand
senior warden
F C Schramm Salt Lake grand
junior warden
J S Lewis Ogden grand prelate
W F Adams Salt Lake grand
treasurer
W II Cunningham Salt Lake
grand recorder
J A Houghton Suit Lake grand
sword bearer
William Raddon Park City rand
standard bearer
H C Baker Ogden grand warden
F C Richmond Salt Lake grand I
captain of the guard
After months and months of work
In which repeated efforts have boon
mode to form a grand cornmnndory
of Knights Templar for this state by
members of Utah commandery No 1
of Salt Lake El Monte Commander
No 2 of Ogden and Malta command
cry of Park City the hopes of time
members who have worked to this
end were realized today when the
grand commander was Instituted
with all the Impressive pomp and
splendor incident to such an occasion
and with the beautiful ritualistic
ceremony of the order
Excellent Representation
An excellent representation from
the three command cries of the stale
was present to witness the birth of
the grand commander as well as
ninny knights from other states
1 among whom wore Jesse Converse
and Frank M Foote past grand com
manders of Wyoming who acting
under proxies delivered to thorn by
Dr J II Epperson the representa
tive In the twentyfirst district for
Most Eminent Grand Master Henry
Warren Rugg took charge of tho In
stitution of the grand oommnndcry
Utah Is next to the last state In tho
Union to form a grand commandery
leaving Nevada as the only state
where there Is no such organization
although steps are now being taken
by the commanderies of that state to
form a grand commandcry
Over sixty knights have been In at
tendance upon the conclave which as
embled In Ogden yesterday among
whom arc the most prominent mem
bers of tho order from this state
Wyoming Idaho and Colorado
Honorary Members
At the conclusion of the election
of officers for the grand commnndory
and their installation Jesse Converse
Frank M Foote Otto Granim and J
Dickie past grand commanders of
Wyoming and J A Plnnoy past
grand commander of I Idaho were
unanimously chosen honorary mom
bora of tho Utah grand commandery
A number of resolutions among
which was the naming of the next
conclave to be hold May 11 1911 at
Salt Lake City wore passed after
which an adjournment was taken un
til this evening when an elegant ban
quet spread In the banquet hall of
the New Masonic temple concludel
the conclave which has been tn J
most memorable In the history of the
Kiilghta Templar this state
DONT EXPERIMENT
You Will Make No Mistake If You Fol
low This Citizens Advice
Never neglect your kidneys
If you havo pain In the back uri
nary disorders dizziness and nervous
ness Its time to act and no lime to
experiment These arc all symptoms
of kidney trouble and you should seek
a remedy which is known to cure the
kidneys
Doans Kidney Pills Is the remedy
to uso No need to experiment It
has cured many stubborn cases in
Ogden Follow tho advice of an Og
den citizen and bo cured yourself
Mrs George Walden 2SGO Grant
Ave Ogden Utah says Kidney
complaint came on mo gradually three
or four years ago and I spent a great
deal of money experimenting with
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doctors medicines and socalled kid
ney medicines of all kinds without be
Jog helped to any extent Finally
Doans Kidney Pllle were brought to
my notice and I procured a sample
from BADCONS PHARMACY They
helped me from the first and tho con
tents of seven boxes entirely removed
tho backache and corrected the kid
ney disorder I always keep Doans
Kidney Pills on hand and whenever I
have the opportunity I recommend
them
For sale by all Dealers Price 50
cents FosterMliburn Co Buffalo
Now York sole agents for tho United
States
Remember the namo Doans and
take no other I
AMPLE SUPPLY Of
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MOUNTAiN W ATR
On account of the light snowfall In
tho mountains there has been a fear
expressed in interested quarters that
the supply of water for Irrigation pur
poses during the summer months
would bo Inadequate to meet the de
mands Such fears may be sot at
rent however by tho observations of
Director ThlcHsen of tho Utah weath
er bureau station who states that
there will be no deficiency In the wa
ter supply during tho season hough
tho flow will probably not be as great
an it was last year rho prospects
are however that the supply will be
above tho average and thla is esti
mated from the fact that though tho
snowfall has been light what hue como
has been well packed and that by the
USE ALLENS FOOT EASE
Tho anllsoptlcpowilorto bo thftken Into tho hOC
If lou hoUr aching f cct try AlJcnaPootline
Itrcl tho feet and mal < M new or tlclit eloc easy
Carla aching awnllen hot twenUnpfcot Hcllcvci
corn and bniilon of all pain and girt rm and
comfort Always DM It < o Drvak In Now nhooa
Try < t fvwtoj fold cverywlicro Yb cte J > ut
I 022711 ant nibtHiuU For KREB trial package
adin ma Allen ItI OlnulCl IofloyjN T
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and the subsequent
March J
chatsIn I
beet Pmcllcnlly
cold spell It hay pr
co Uod into ice This insures a
at the time water
1itc thaw so that
If needed W the farmer there
Is most
will probably be plenty of It on hand
qdcle thaw and rapid runoff
It IR tho q
off that Is disastrous in the summer
for when this occurs
water
supply of
the mountains are made bare early In
tho season and tHe along toward the
middle of the summer when moisture
IB most badly needed nature has no
reserve supply to draw from and
drought results
The reports from observers In tho
watersheds which supply the valleys
wllh the Irrigation streams show com
parnUvely light sngwfnll for tho win
circumstances make
though other
ter
conditions very satisfactory
JEWISH fEAST
Of PASSOVER
rho Jowlsh passover celebration
one of tho moat sacred and Into st
ing festivals on the calendar of tho
JewIsh religious year will begin next
Saturday evening April 23 at sun
down
Tho meaning of lie event and the
significance of the various services
and customs observed by the Jewish
people In Its celebration makes of it
an occasion well worthy of the Im
presslvcncss and sincerity with which
it Is regarded by those of the faith
As stated the celebration of the
passover begins at sundown on next
Saturday which marks the full moon
of the first month Nlsan of tho
Jewish religious year By the liberal
branch of the church the festival will
be continued for seven days while
those of the orthodox branch will cel
ebrate for eight full days The be
ginning of the passover Is coincident
with tho first full moon after the ver
nal equinox so that It IB also a sort
of spring festival celebrating the
awakening of nature from Its winters
sleep Ordinarily the event comes
before tho Easter week of tho Protes
I ant churches but this year which
according to the Jewish calendar Is
leap year there being seven such
years In each cycle of nineteen years
the celebration Is lateas late In
fact us It over can come The first
day of lime passover and Easter Sun
day fall on the same day In every
100 years This was tho case last
year so that such a coincidence will
not occur again for four centuries
Exodus from Egypt
Tho passover festival commemo
rates the exodus of the children of
Israel from Egypt and tho deliverance
of the Israelites from Egyptian bond
age During the week of Its celebra
tion those who observe tho feast must
partake of no food or beverages of a
leavened nature this mandnte being
according to the scriptures as aro
all In fact of the practices indulged
In during the celebration On the
first evening of the festival the Se
der service is observed in the Jew
Ifjh homes The family is gathered at
tho table which bears the symbols
which are adjunct to the festival and
there lg told In song and prayer the
Mngcadnh or story of the exodus
This story Is told by the father to
the children who aak n series of pre
scribed questions regarding Its mean
Ing the answers being Illustrated by
reference to the symbols which are
placed for that purpose These jym
hols consist of a roast of lambto
designate the pascal bone the un
leavened broad bitter herbs Indica
tive of the life ofa slave unfer
monted wine and an egg symbolical
of the resurrection There Is also
placed at tho table the cup of Eli
jah which is reserved for the wel
come stranger
Eat Unleavened Bread
On the first evening of tho passover
in the homes in whloh this service is
observed those partriUIng of the serv
ice are obliged lo eat of the unleav
ened bread and to drink four cups of
the unfermented wino Alter the first
evening the eating of tho unleavened
bread Is not obligatory though noth
ing of a leavened nature either food
or drink must pass the lips during
the period of celebration In the or
thodox homes this Seder service Is
often repeated on the second evening
Following the Seder service and tho
regular meal the evening Is spent In
the singing of special songs tho
Passover Melodies
The passover festival celebration Is
sometimes called the festival of un
leavened bread this food being sig
nificant because the Israelites wero
forced to leave in great haste and
had not time to wait unlll tho bread
had become leavened The orthodox
Jews remove every leavened thing
from their homes prior to the festival
though In this practice as In other
features of tho church celebrations
the members of the liberal branch of
the faith are less strict The unleav
ened bread is known as matzoth
The Seder service is significant
to Christians because it was In this
service that Christ was engaged when
he was apprehended and it was while
observing this service also that ho
was eating hU last supper
DANDRUFF EASILY CURED
In fact BADCON the druggist has
a certain hair restorer called Pari lan
Sage which coals only 50 cents a largo
bottle that Is guaranteed to cure dan
druff In two weeks or money back
Parisian Sage is the discovery of
I an eminent student scientist and
specialist and la made In this country
only by the Glroux Mfg Co Buffalo
NY
Parisian Sago ian most pleasant
daintily perfumed hair dressing and
besides curing dandruff your drug
gist will return your money If It falls
to stop falling hair or itching of tho
scalp
It will make hair grow and women
who doelro soft beautiful and luxur
iant hair can have tIII two weeks by
using ihla famous quick acting prep
aration It is not sticky or greasy
FORD AUTO AGfNGY
WILL LOCATE hERE
A H Meredith the Salt lake man
ager of the Utah Ford Automobile
Agency Is In Ogdo for the purpose
of establishing a Ford agency III this
city Chas Hend Jr the manager
of tho Denver branch and one of HIP
pioneers and best known automobll
latR In the west IB with Mr Meredith
They aro endeavoring to place thou
car with H Pnw live agent
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SENSATION AL
ARTICLE A
FAKE
A sensational article published In
thu Denver News of last Monday morn
ing lo the effect that at a confer
ence between President Lovetl and
other prominent officials of the Ilarrl I
man system held In Ogden last Sat I
urday it was practically decided to
abandon the Ogden Lucin cutoff was
the subject of a great deal of mirth I
ful comment at local railroad head
quarters today and the story In iw
entirety was denounced as a fake In
the broadest and most emphatic
terms In tho absence of Superinten
dent E C Manson superintendent of
the Salt Lake division wherein the
cutoff is located Assistant Superin
tendent Rowlands was interviewed
briefly on the subject by a Standard
reporter Mr Rowlands was averse
to discussing the subject In any form I
but finally said
Tho entire story is a baldfaced
fabrication In overt sense and abso
lutely has no foundation whatevor
It Is understood In railroad circles
that Judge lx > velt took occasion while
hero to ridicule and deny the rumor
Hint any thought of abandoning the
cutoff was entertained by those in
authority President Lovott and his
party were at Ogden with tho special
train just seventeen minutes and
there was absolutely no conference
of any kind relative to the cutoff
Coming across the lake President Lo
vott Inspected conditions thoroughly
and it Is understood endorsed the
work ordered by General Manager
Bancroft and Chief Engineer Athlon
Instead of abandoning the cutoff
I wo now have six work trains employ
ed there in strengthening the west
ern approach and several hundred
men are at work dumping ISO cars
or JSOO yards of rock where It will
do the most good Aside from this
force Engineer Campbell has a large
force of men at work strengthening
and Improving the trestle and all of
this work is being pushed without de
lay and as fast as possible The cut
off Is the busiest place on the entire
Salt Lake division and Superintendent
Manson Is giving the Improvements
his close personal attention
It is true that Foreman Fisher
In charge of bridges and buildings
on the division has a force of men
now at work Improving the old Kol
ton line wherever necessary and the
buildings pumps track and tele
graph llneK are being repaired wher
ever necessary No operators or other
employee will be sent out there how
over and these nrecautlonary meas
ures are simply being taken so that
the old road can he used at any time
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In a case of emergency
No sir the cutoff Is all right in 1
every sense of the word and the Den I
ver News story Is a ludicrous fake
without merit or fact
FLAMES FROM CAS
STOVE CAUSE FIRE
At COO oclock last night tho fire
department received a call from 3S5
Twentysecond street The lire oc I
curred In the rooming house over the i
cigar store of noltman Brothers
caused hy the flames of a gas
stove The fire department made a
quick run arrived upon the scone be
fore the blaze had gained any dama
ging headway and within a few mo
ments succeeded in extinguishing it
with practically no damage having
been created
COMET IS VISIBLE
TO THE NAKED EYE
Salt Lake April 21Halleys comet
was seen by the naked eye Wednes
day morning at 4iJ3 oclock Profes
sor J L Gibson in company with
others at the University of Utah kept
a night vigil In the hope of catching
a glimpse of tho comet and were re I
warded by getting u good view of
the comet at the time mentioned
Professor Gibson said
Tho comet had Just arisen above
the mountain at 413 oclock It ap
peared to bo a star of the third mag
nitude but by means of averted vis
Ion one could see the tail When the
comet was first sighted tho telescope
was at once pointed In Its direction
and through the instrument a great
deal of nebulosity could be seen
around the head The tall appeared
to bo frOm onequarter to onehalf
degree In length We were able to
follow the comet for half an hour un
til daylight came on the horizon when
it faded from view
The comet rises about 2 degrees
south from that In which the sun
rises It is now near the Omega Prlf
cum a star and of course a number
of degrees south of the star known as
Pgasi Gamma It is about the same
brightness as Pgasi Gamma and
arises a few minutes after that star1
GANS SAYS JEFF HAS PASSED
Sun Francisco April 21 According
to letters received here today from
Joe Gans former lightweight cham
pion who Is running a hotel In Balti
more Tack Johnson will have to find
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fo time when comparatively few were using Weber Club Coffee Y
t and now the number increases overy day And most of these
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beginners are those to whom Weber Club Coffee has been re
commended by some friend That of course is the best kind i
of advertising and Incidentally very complimentary
But for fear you have not a friend who has tried Itlet us send
some now It
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AGENTS OGDEN UTAH I
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II someone else to handle his ruining
I camp at Seal Rock Inn when ho
comes to thc coal lo start his train
Ing in a couple of weeks
Too time old master will not lie
on the job according to tho letter
It appears that Johnson wanted to
I copper all the money which comes in
his direction As a result ho and Joe
j could not reach a final agreement
I It is known for a fact that Johnson
I usually tries to bullyrag all his em
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jiloyes to work for leas than they ar
worth However Joe 18 not busted l
by H long way and he was not so over I
come with tire honor of having charge I
of Jacks training that ho forgot lo <
em
Toe Hald that he would he present t
at the light Tie is going to bet his 1
money on Johnson Jeffries was a I
worldbeater in his time writes Joe t
but his day has passed just Ilk
rnlno has
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careful consideration to the matter of security for
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I I H C Bigelow President A P Bigelow Cashier
J M Browning VicePrest J E Halverson Asst Cashr
G L Becker E L Van Meter John K Spiers
0 A Parmloy L F Bigelow J N Spargo
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