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1 2463 Washington Ave
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I REfERfNCES
Continued from Page Five
If you cat cat at Livingstons
Cafeteria
Visitor From Reno Miss Enna
Warren a popular young lady of
Reno Nov is In Ogden visiting Miss
Irene Rowlands daughter of Superin
tendent T F Rowlands of the South
ern Pacific
Bankrupt sale of Mrs Blairs stock
of millinery at Stafford Millinery Co
2367 Washington avenue formerly
3rd floor Wrights
Recovering Assistant Resident En
gineer J C Bell who recently un
derwent an operation for appendicitis
atthe hospital Is getting along nice
ly and is expected to he back to his
desk in about ten days
Dr Powers residence Lincoln ho
tel 23rd SL Tnd phone In hotel Boll
I phone at office Eccles Ibldg
I Sued on Contract In thojclvll di
vision of tbo municipal court this
morning the Fred J Klcscl company
commenced suit against the Rio
Grande company to recover 29103 al
leged to ho due on a contract
Kodak Onioning Trlpp 340 26th
street
Called by Death AHSlstant Super
s intendont F C Smith of the South
ern Pacific and wife are now in Wash
ington DC where they were call
ed by the death of Mr Smiths fath
0 or The elder Mr Smith died Wed
l nesday morning
Buy your anthracito coal during
July 1050 delivered Phones 110
Robt B Lewis
t Col Dubell one of the directors of
the Santa Fe railroad will bo in Og
den for a short time tomorrow morn
Ing He is going cast In a special
C It Is worth while to call IS and get
I our rates on storage coal Shurtllff
I Co phones 18
A Day at Devils Slide The local
Woodmen of the World baseball team
will cross bats with the ball twlrlcrs
I of Devils Slide Sunday afternoon
The Woodmen will Journey to the
Slide tomorrow evening and partici
I pate In a dance with the cement poo
pie during the evening On the fol
lowing morning the company will be
taken on a fishing trip and Iho ball
i camo will finish the festivities in the
afternoon in addition to theUnll
toain a number of Woodmen will take
advantage of the outing
100 round trip to Salt Lake ev
cry Sunday via D R G Choice of
E Glx trains Fastest time
R G Butter has quality that
means a saving
Y Dr Samuel L Brick has moved bio
office to rooms 32 and 33 Lewis build
I i Jug
7 Fast Fruit Trains Five frulL trains
will pal tbrouh < Ogden from Call
fornia over tbe Harriman Hnca with
1 lu the next twentyfour haurs Ench
of these trains will bo made up of 1
I I from fifty to fiftyfive cars They 1
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will make the run between Spark
Nev and tails ftJJyiln from thirty to
thirtytwo hours nil are expected to
arrive In Ogden from two to lhre < 2
hours ahead of their schedules
The employes of the forest service
are given a half holiday each Satur
day afternoon fid they have ar
ranged to take an outing at Lagoon
tomorrow They will leave the city
at about 130 p m
Mrs Anna Halberg Is erecting a
new residolice on Twentyfifth street
tlvut Jwlll cost about 2000 Mrs
Halberg Is connected with the forest
service
CAPT BARTLETT j
A CRACK 801
Captain George E Bartlell ex
United States marshal and scout
known among the Sioux Indians of
the Dakotas as Wounded Knef s
In Ogden demonstrating the efficiency
of the Remington autoloading rlllo
and the Peters Cartridge companys
ammunition Ho Is the coast repre
sentative of the Peters company
Bartlett is not only an expert with
the rifle but with a shot gun as well
and will shoW some remarkable ac
curacy with both weapons He hits
bricks thrown in tho air with rifle
Lullets shattering them to atoms
Tin cans are also reduced to scrap
tin when tossed high in the air All
sorts of smaller objects are struck
with bullets while spinning throiiRi
space To show the penetrating qual
ities of the Peters steel coated bul
lets he will shoot through boiler
plate with them His shot gun dem
Onstrations are equal to his work
with the rifle
ROOSfEVLEl
IIN POUTCS
OYSTER BAY N Y July 2S Be
fore Theodore Roosevelt launches out
again on the troubled sea of national
politics he will scan the chart
with those of his friends who already
have tested the temper of the storm
The colonels reticence of last night
continued today He repeated that he
was unwilling to comment on the ac
tion of the OhIo Republican stale con
ventlon until he had received reports
from men who were on the ground
but he added who these men will be
They arc James R Garfield and Wade
H Ellis chairman of the Ohio Repub
lican committee
Mr Ellis it is thought will ask Col
onel Roosevelt to stump Ohio for the
ticket nominated yesterday The col
onel would not say tonight whether he
will accept The colonel already has
agreed to speak In Cincinnati on Sep
tember 9 but it Is unlikely he will
venture on state issues then
Glfford Pinchot now on route for
New York will bring back word of
how the west feels Umard conserva
tism The roloncl Inquired today
with considerable Interest when Mr
Pluchot was due to return
OLD ARMY OfFICER TO
SPfNO TIMf IN SADDLE
WASHINGTON July STust to
show the doubtnc Thomases that ho
can withstand any physical test set
for army officers General Robert S
Oliver assistant secretary of war Is
to spend most of his months vacation
beginning tomorrow III the saddle
General Oliver Is CI5 years old
HIs first tank will be a 250mile
horseback ride from Fort Wingjite N
M to the Moqul and Navajo Indian
reservations
Miss Oliver his daughter will ac
company him
During tho month ho will attend the
military camps of Instructions at Fort
Rile Ran Fort D A Russell Wyo
Fort Benjamin Harrison hid and the
camp at Sparta Wls
INDIAN FOUND GUILTY
HELENA MONT July 28Ed
hears Fire a Crow Indian who shot
and killed his wife Takes Agun on
the Crow reservation was convicted
of manslaughter In the federal court
today after a trial lasting three days
The defense sought to establish that
the woman killed herself This is the
third Indian murder case which has
been tried In the federal court hero
during the past few weeks oim of the
former resulting in acquittal aid tho
other in a verdict of manslaughter
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RAISED WHITE FLAG AND FLED
BJiUEFIELDS NACARAGUA July
28 According to advices given out
at the insurgent headquarters today
General Moncado yesterday defeated
a government force under General
Lara which was attempting to form
a Junction with the troops of General
Chamorro Cabtllla north of Acoyapa
Moncado reports that after three hours
desperate fighting Lara raised tho
white flag though most of his men
fled before they could be taken pris I
oners II
HEAVY STORM IN DENVER
DENVER July 28A heavy rain
storm accompanied by thunder and
lightning unusual in Intensity swept
over Denver this afternoon breaking
a dry spell of several weeks duration
The storm was accompanied by a con
flldorablo drop In temperature which
for more than three weiks has been
higher than ninety each day and twice
has passed 100 degrees
JEALOUSY THE CAUSE
Toledo 0 July 29Gco Coylo this
morning Shot and killed Mrs Edward
Heflnger wounded Mrs Dora Stroll
Wilson and then shot himself Ho
may die Jealousy Is alleged to he
the cause of tho shooting
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Man Who Stole Securi
ties Caught by Police
of New York
New York July 29Erne3l Wider
the missing cashier of tho Russo
Chinese bank sought for In connec
tion with the theft of SOOOOO III se
curities from that Institution was ar
rested hero this afternoon accord
ing to Information received by police
headquarters shortly before 3 oclock
The detective was instructed to bring
IMS prisoner to headquarters Imme
diately
Almost simultaneously with the re
port of Wlders arrest the grand Jury
handed down an Indictment against
him In the Indictment Wider is
specifically charged with the theft
01 three certificates aggregating 100
shares of the stock of the Baltimore
it Ohio railroad It being alleged that
he disposed of them to the brokerage
house of Dick Brothers on May 22
last
SURPRISES AT
BUTTE RACES
BUTTE MONT July 2S Todays
races woro marked by upsets and sur
prises and the day was one for the
books The feature event on tho card
was the Silver Bow Handicap the
fourth race of tho day In which tho
heavily played favorite Coppertown
was beaten by the lightwclghted Ba
tronla Three horses at prices of C to
1 won first money Results
First race five furlongs for maid
ens St Holer 109 Radke 1 to
won Great Caesar 109 fGaugel S
to 1 second Bosslo C 109 Callahan
S to 1 third Time 101 35
Second race 5 furlongs selling
Sir BaIT 107 Parker C to 1 won
Annie Wells 107 McCarthy S to 5
second Minnedocia 93 Jahnscn 5
to 1 third Time 100 15
Third race mile selling Royal
River 103 Gaugel l > to 1 won Al
tenberg lOG Page 7 to 2 second
Warner Griswell 109 Carroll 6 to
1 third Time 142 2C
Fourth race f > 12 furlongs Sliver
I Bow Handicap Batronia 97 Calla
han 6 to 1 won Coppertown 109
Fischer 9 to 5 second Thistle
Belle 9S Sclden 4 to 1 third Time
107
Fifth raceFIfth race one mile
soiling Rather Royal J05 Cancel
0 to ft won LlvJua 03 Llndhorst
n to J second Kogo lOG Dennison
5 to 2 third Time 111 15
Sixth race six furlongs Swa erla
tor 12C < Fischer C to 1 won Wis
arIa 121 Prior IS to o second FI
gent 122 Gaugol 3 to 1 third
MAGAIINf WINS
AT EMPIRE CITY
EMPIRE CITY N Y July 28
Magazine nicely ridden by Archibald
Wall the Flcotwlng handicap here to
day Melisande the 3 to 5 favorite
was poorly handled
First race six furlongs Kormak 20
to 1 won Tho Hague 3 to 1 second
Little Rajah G to 5 third Time 114
Second race mile and twenty yards
J R need 7 to 10 won Rockstone
10 to 1 second Alice Goorgo 20 to
J third Time 143
Third race six furlongs Infatua
tion 12 to 1 won Scarpla S to G sec
ond Oxer 1C to 5 third Tlmo 113
Fourth race the Fleetwlng handi
cap six furlongs Magazine 5to 2
won Collopuy 25 to 1 second Melt
sande 3 to 5 third Time 112
Fifth race five and a half furlongs
I
Rcgon lf to fii won Hectagon even
second Alivia 7 to 1 third Time
107 25
Sixth race mile and 20 yards Sail
VIto 30 to L won Apologize 5 to 1
second Faultless 20 to 10 third Time
112
STRlKEBREA1RS
ESERTINfiRQJAD
DURAND Mich July 28U10n
ho arrival hero today of four com
panies of the First Regiment Michi
gan Guard called from Detiolt to
preverit any disorder that might arise
iii connection with the strike of Grand
Trunk trainmen a mass meeting of
citizens assembled to register a po
t > t against Governor Warners ac
tion In ordering out the troops
The strikers it is said are offering
strike breakers the regular strike al
lowance from the strike fund and
many of the new men aro deserting
the company A brakeman on tho
iialn car lng the troops Into Durand
was persuaded to leave his post at
Pontiac
There has been on trouble today
PEARSON HOLDING
GO TO KUHNWEB
NEW YORK July 2SNow that
the sale of the socalled Pearson hold
Ings in the Rock Island Lohlgh Val
ley Wabash Missouri Pacific and
Denver Rio Grande stock Is con
firmed Wall street was asking today
what the KuhnLieb syndicate the j I
purchasers propose to do with tho
securities
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Dr F D Pearson and his brother I
associates acquired the stock late in
1908 and early In 1910 with the rheam
of a vast transcontinental system
This plan must no dwbc abandoned
temporarily at least but opinion is j
divided as to whether It will be re I
vived undor now and more powerful I
guidance One member of the pur
chasing syndicate said positively this
afternoon that we have no plans for I
a new transcontinental railway sys j
torn and the purchase docs not em j
brace control of any of the properties
whose stocks we have acquired
On the other hand another banker
concerned said tbat Dr Pearsons i
project would be shelved only for the
time holng While the primary ob j
Ject of taking over the holdings ho
said was to save an awkward market
situation yet he was of the opinion
that Kuhn Loeb Co and their
friends including some of the most
Important banking Interests in Ger <
man would seek to carry out the
idea too big for the Pearson group to
swing i
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE II
Santa Fe N M July IFlre
which started in a bakery last night
I
wiped out an entire business square
at Jvstancla the county seat of Tor j
ranCe county LQSS 20000 Insur
ance 14000 r
Only last week the court house and
several adjoining buildings were de
stroyed In the fire last night besides
several stores and an abstract office
the homo of Mayor Geo 1L Van Stone
was burned
YOUNG FARMER MURDERED
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GREAT BEND KAN July SThe
body of William Miller a farmer 25
years old was found In a cornfield
near a tent In which he lived three
miles south of hero today There was
a bullet wound In hc head Millers
horses wero gono from their stalls
Foot prints believed to ho those of a
man and a woman were found near the
body
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MARRIAGE ENGAGEMENT
Vlennaluly Announcement was
made today of the marriage engage
ment of Miss Gladys Kerens of St
Louis Mo daughter of Richard C
Kerens American ambassador to
AustriaHungary and Geo H Colket
of Philadelphia
MACARONi
a fACTORY IS
RUNNING
The macaroni factory on Washing
ton avenue between Niuotecuth and
Twentieth streets under the direc
tion of the Ogden Macaroni Manu
fiT luring company Is now running
full blast The machinery has been
In operation for three days and today
there Is a good supply of rolled dough
abott read to be boxed and shipped I
under tho name of spaghetti porcii
tolll dllallnl cauollinl zltn atoll
QUI or orzo the various brands of
macaroni
The factory Is under the manage
ment of E Do Rocco and F Uagouo
tho principal stockholders In the cor I
poration The gentlemen state that I
they have completed their plant hav I
ing installed 10000 worth of ma
chlnory and that the factory la now
manufacturing two tons of macar
oni each day which means that nearly
that many tons of the best grade of I
flour is being used dally Tho fin
ished product sells at retail for 8
cents per pound and Is sold by tho
nnufnrturcrs In wholesale lots at
2 cents a pound
The making of macaroni is per
haps not fully understood by the ma
jority of the people It Is made of
flour and water which is placed un
der a pressure of about 20000 pounds
It passes from tho compressor
through machinery which cuts it in
to various forms It Is then taken to
the drying rooms which are equipped
with largo fans run by electric power
whore It goes through the process uf
drying redrying and redrying anal
sweating for a period of about ten
rtaya when it is ready to place on the
market
KENTUCKY CONTINUES TO
BE A WET STATE
Louisville July 29 Following yes
terdays heavy storm In Louisville
and many section of tho state there
was a precipitation of nearly one Inch
In Louisville this morning It has
mined In this section of the state
nearly every day for over five weeks
and the damage to crops Is mounting
high sorno persons placing the loss
to farmers and railroads thus far this
season at 3000000 Railroad traffic
In the southwestern part of the stale
is nearly at a standstill because of
washouts
PRESIDENT PLAYS GOLF
WITH JOHN HAYS HAMMOND
Beverly Mass uly 29 President
Tafts sprained ankle had so far un
proved today that ho decided to try
a game of golf over the Myocopla
course He had Henry C Frick and
John Hays Hammond as opponents
The Mayflower on which the Maine
cruise was made steamed over to
Gloucester today to lie there until the
President goes to Provincetown on
August 5th to rovlew the Atlantic
battleship fleet and to speak at tho
dedication of the Pilgrims monument I
RAISING THE MAINE
Washington July 29 General Oli
ver acting secretary of war flios ap
pointed a board of Engineers charged
with the responsibility of raising the
battleship Maine In Havana harbor
Tho board consists of Colonel William
B Black Lieutenant Colonel Mason
M Patrick and Captain Harley B Fer
guson
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DEMOCRATS
Nomine te Lind Platform
Deplcres Weakness °
of Taft
MINNEAPOLIS July 2S Demo
cratic storm signals which wore flying
when tho slate Democratic convention
met here today were torn to shreds by
the tempest of feeling which was let
loose late this afternoon over the
nomination of John Lind for governor
and tho attempt to introduce a direct
resolution in the part platform favor
Ing county option
For more than three hours up to the
very minute when lie motion to ad
journ was carried there was no lot up
to tho scene of disorder except for a
few moments when tho chairman
made himself heard after terrific
pounding with a piece of two by four
scantling which ho used as a gavel
The ticket named is
For GovernorJohn Llnd of Minne
apolis
For Secretary of State Fred John
son of Now Ulm
Clerk of Supremo CourtFred F
Vheaton Minneapolis
Attorney General M Freeman
Olivia
State Treasurer Charles F Lan
der SL Cloud
Railroad and Warehouse Commis
sioner James C Trace Rochester
State AudltorTJ Mcaghan Al
bert Lea
Justices of Supreme CourtTl
OBrien SL Paul A W Snow Wino
na Phillip E Brown of Luverne Cal
vin L Brown of Morris
Mutteriugs of tho trouble were h d
ear III the day and an unusual con
dition existed Tho delegates were
unanimous in declaring that Jjhn
Llnd was one of tho best Domowits
In Minnesota They were oil his
friends but divided Into two factious
One declared that tdnd must bo nom
inated despite his refusals to be a
candidate and his final flat declara
tion in a telegram from Portland
Ore yesterday that he would not ac
cept the nomination If made the oth
er argued that LInd had been gov
ernor of Minnesota and had nothing
to gain by flue nomination and that I
he was of snfllclont Importance to
have his wishes heeded by tho con
vention The latter faction argued
and shook fists at the chairman and
at the other side while those who
were bent on nominating Llnd howled
hissed and completely blocked tho
proceedings until by sheer forco of
I noise and enthusiasm they won their I I
point and secured the nomination
Even then the friends opposed to I
tho nomination took advantage of
a motion to make the nomination to
argue
They wanted an opportunity to sub
mit tho nomination to Mr Lind by
telegraph and await his answer to
take a recess until S oclock tonight if
necessary but this failed and finally
the nomination was made unanimous I
and the convention adjourned at 035 I
p m Other nominations were made
by acclamation
On the metier of resolutions there I
was no contention except for a plank
on county option The anticounty op
tionlats were in tho majority In tho
convention on resolutions This com
mittee hoard the resolutions offered
by tho county opllonists and then
voted them down and Inserted a plank
declaring for the Initiative and refer
endum which the committee declared
would answer the same purpose
On the other resolutions in the plat
form thoro vas no HghL On national
Issues the platform says TVe de
plore the weakness and timidity of
President Taft who with his cam
paign promises still fresh but dom
inated by the predatory Interests
weald failed to use the tremendous
force to his high office to force a rec
reant congressional majority to do its
duty in reforming the tariff
No subsequent effort to fulfill par
ty promises can atone for this su
preme failure to restore public coufl
thence We condemn tho national adminis
tration for Its Initial effort to prevent
the conservation of natural resources
and have nothing but contempt for Its
insincere efforts to appear to support
conservation after public disapproval
of Its course manifested
Wo condemn the retention of Rich
ard A Bnlllnser as secretary of he In
terior after tho exposure of his meth
ods of conducting the affairs of that
office relating to conservation and de
clare It to be a national scandal
We deplore the discharge of Gif
ford Pinchot from the office of chief
forester as a national crime
Tho Democrats of Minnesota com
mend the Republican Insurgents of
Minnesota for their vote on tho Payne
tariff bill
W < strongly commend the course
of Winfleld Scott Hammond tho Dem
ocratic representative of Minnesota
congress and urge ftc people of his
district to reelect him
We demand the electlonor United
Slates senators by direct vote of the
people
A resolution favoring additional
laws protecUng womon wage earners
and several other stale Issues of min
or Importance woro Included In the
A
platform
L nd Going to Alaska
PORTLAND ORRAJuly 25 For
mer Governor John Liud of Minnesota
left Portland today for Puget Sound
and Alaska He departed before the
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news of his nomination by tho Minne
sota Democracy was received here
Mr Llnd was asked If he Intended
to accept the nomination If tendered
He stated that ho had not dotermlned
whether ho would or not and that ho
would not decide the matter for some
time probably not until after tho con
I elusion of his Alaska trip The Im
pression Mr Lind gave was that he
would make ovory effort to Induce his
party to substitute some ono In hin
place to head the ticket
IDR0 CRIPPEN
ON BOARD
Continued from Pago One
ing Crippon at the time suspicion was
first strongly directed against him
I With the determination today that
tho steamer Montrose which Is be
j Ileved to have on board Dr Hawloy
Crlppen and Ethel Lenove will not be
I hoarded by tho officers of the law
I probably before Sunday morning
I when she will stoff off here to take on
1 I a river pilot Immediately the interest 1
I among the assembled crowd of detec 1
I tives reporters photographers and
I villagers shifted to a lively contest 1
i between the Dominion authorities and
I the provincial police both Jealous of
the honor of making the arrest
I Detective Charles Gauvreau Is horo
and shows a letter from A P Sher
wood chief commissioner 4f the Do
minion police authorizing him to take
Dr Crippen and Miss Lenove
do ClEFT
A wedding party from Salt Lake ar
rived In autos yesterday accompany
ing Mr and Mrs F W Varnoy who
were married at tho home of the
brides parents Mr and Mrs George
Williams 133 West Fourth street at
high noon yesterday After a pleasant
sojourn In Ogden canyon the nowry
wedded pair will leave for Bellevuc
Idaho whoro Mr Varnoy holds a pet
sltion as general superintendent of
tho Idaho Consolidated Mining com
pany
The annual cuting of tho Veteran
Firemen of Ogden and Volunteers of
Five Points will be held at The Her
milage in Ogden Canyon next Thurs
day A One schedule of games con
tests speechmaking and musical nuui
bers topped off with a menu fit for tho
gods has been arranged and a cordial
invitation to all is extended
Miss Ida Wysong of Ogden and
cousin Miss Vera Foul er of Salt
Lake have returned from a two
weeks trip to Emigration canyon
A party of young girls who have
boon at tho Idlowlld in Ogden canyon
during tho past two weeks returned
to Salt Lake yesterday reporting a
delightful time spent at the resort
The young ladles wens caaporon d
by Miss Kate Halloran Anng those
mentioned wore XTsscs Elsa Barn
berger Florence Hftlloran Dorothy
Bambergcr Helen Wilson Cynthia
Hardy Lillian Dorechor Ruth Sowles
and Blanche Honder Jon I
The ladies otthe Preth terltin
church and their friends spent a
pleasant afternoon yesterday as tbe
guests of Meadames J E Carver Ed
ward Goodale Wakeman Thompson
Oren Hndlock and Fred wWllllatns at
the home of Mrs Carver 846 Twenty
fifth street I
I The Ladles Aid society of the
Methodist church met yesterday af
i ternoon in the church parlors A
l large number of members and their
I guests were proaenL and after a
short business session a pleasant so
clal time was enjoyed the usual nun
bor of musical selections vocal and
Instrumental being an enjoyable fen
turo Tempting refreshments were
I
served
I The Ladle Auxiliary of Harry A
Young camp No 2 U S S W V
I held their rogular meeting last even
I lug at which a lecoption In honor of
I Post Commander of Utah Spanish
War Veterans G W McCreery and
I wife was decided upon and tile vari
ous details of the affair planned
I
I The Ladles Auxiliary of the U S
Spanish War Veterans have planned
I a farewell reception to be given in
I the near future in honor of Rev and
Mrs G W McCreery who leave sopp
I for their new field of labor
I
I SOLDIER MAY BE
VICTIM OF SLUGGING
I
Missoula July 9A soldier Pri
I vate John S Turner Company F
o Fort Harrison one of the Command
vhlch marched from Fort Harrison
en route to American Lake was
found with hid skull damaged and his
back broken lying on a pile of rocks
on the Isand underneath the Hlg
gns avonue bridge over the Mis
soula river hcn at 630 oclock tbld
morning He was taken across th3
stream in a boat and sent to the Fort
Missoula hospital where his condl
Ion Is reported an critical
Turner regained consciousness afi
discovered but was unable
or being
totoll how ho happened to fall from
and
the brlgo over a fourfoor railing
to a pile of locks 35 feet below
The case appears very mysterious
by Lho officers that
and It is believed
Turner was slugged in the back of
the head and thrown over the rail
lug oL the bridge O
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