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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

T Part Two I THE EVENING STANDARD I Pages 9 to 16 m FORTIETH YEARNO 308 OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 24 J9JO PRICE FIVE CENTS ark t tolF f 91l l i K < y X < I Y 1 t I t I v v 1 r ri tl n tj us rim r l L 1 tlpE e MAJOR B URNHAM4A1fRIC Ica iw I flHTS ITBRITflSH inSQUTHifmCA r 1 1 1 ti a i I iJ C AP T > Af R K TZ D U QUE 5 N1 1R CJ HIS Ameriear v killed the great 4 and terrible py Matabclc God Mlimo thereby I ui ending a bloody ff ti war An Empire was the British day i Empire when it found itself hum j p k bled by the vic e tories of the bl Boers over its best troops in South Africa condescended to ask for his help the Ip of an American citizen because he a Assessed the kind of brains they lacked J 11c man is Major Frederick Russel Unrnham the story of whose deeds on ie Dark Continent like the deeds of many others there reads like the in 1 rntions of a romancer You can count on your fingers and t urn have some to spare the men who lave become famous in two or more...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

T 0 r E I I 0 0 CJ1A LEJT Sxr y QQDa eo + 0 r e r A FORBIDDEN 1 A CHRISTMAS U AIr By MARY HASTINGS Ii J 1 > I + 01t the third Umc tho girl moved F her spinning wheel 1C 1 am too far from tho lIre I freeze and If I am too near the lire I cook she laughingly complained set ting her wheel awhlrl again It Id a bitter night hor old uncle agreed from his corner of the settlo pn tho other aide of tho cobbled chimneyplace of rough stones and mortar where the Teat logs were blazlnff merrily Young Wtstcott on tho settle bes Ill e him said nothing tit all but his eyes followed her every movement with a sort of reluctant fascination They had been following her over since her arrival In tho Massachusetts colony six months before Ho had never seen ouch a girl nor dreamed of such bright I bewilderment of beauty I Something In tho silence perhaps something In Westcolts eyes which rested on her scorned to disconcert the girl for she cast about for a sub ject of remark Dropping her distaff she ben...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

1IJ a TTI > P i lL I tN w TllhIEOcGDtENSTANDAIJD f f S J 4J ii 1 MAR FKOCkFOR Tt1L WINTI 4 SPOPT 5 1 I material of the costume the smarter will It bo FO111 outdoor wear rough rhaggj I materials arc most la vogue but p skn inr dresses the weavers of all rough cloths have surpassed themselves and the long I haired shaggy beautifully woven and c e llcloiwly wnrm tenures that arc now to be bought do credit to their maker Krca the very youu est girls wear their Milts of this heaviest of woollen goods while the costumes of the older girls whose gowns follow more closely the prevailing fash ions of the moment consist of delightfully smart skating costumes In adorable warm shades of red deep pink all touts of blue green and deep wood color In heaviest Scotch tweed Perhaps It Is because of the present fashion which makes all jackets short tho really sensible length for a skating coat that tho skating dresses this year arc nil so extremely smart Th < i coat should be sullicicntly long t...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

T r 1rIHJ IEOG IEN 51r ANA Ij li Ll 11 lld UJ I1dd Y IS bi19 6ll 11 WH IF HF KY PILOT TO THE LUMBERJACKS I iW1lE Missionary Mast Be First a Man Afterward a preacher Higgins Has a Congregation of 30000 in 250 Camps r L 21 I I The Sky Pilot His Church and His Audience Copyright jgio by A A Richardson ASTOR of the Parish of the Pines is the m Rev Francis E Higgins an evangel who ministers to the spiritual and often the temporal wants of n congregation of 30000 and yet has no church He Is tho original of Norman Duncans stories of the Northwest His followers mo lumberjacks and his parish comprises the vast timber land of the North west which he transverses with n dog drawn sledge How he preaches in the language of the woods and how he practises muscular Christianity arc told here r Copjrlsht 1011 lo ilif Son York IlcniM Co All rljthU reserved f f 0 I I were gutting ready for my work ngoju b H said the Jlcv Francis E Illgglns I would take I H lessons In boxing He sullied a good humored H ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

JI r L f e TE O6DENSTANDAD o i l I t9 e Spy WHO WA5 TRAPPED INSIDE THE LINES d OW Captain Nevubury Saved the Life of a Helpless f H oe o ffJj1J less Wounded Comrade and Won a Union Com mission Ipry J HIS remarkable story is supplied by Gen eral J Madison Drake historian of the Army and Navy Modal of Honor Legion h t A U S AI and has been taken by him from the it z records under his care Captain Edward S E Newbury the hero of tho talc Is now living in Elizabeth N Jt hale and hearty bearing no marks of the terrible experlenco through which he passed early In tho civil war Soon after the Incident hero set 1 1 forth Ncwbury captured a deserter from the yet Union lines cs he was about to Join tho Con l federates This man was tho first Union soldier to suffer death for the crime of desertion in the at7 great war For hin valuable services Newbury was rewarded with a commission of lieutenant ob in the Eleventh New Jersey and served until lit June 18GB when he returned to Now Jersey with the...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

i e TE OGDEN TAN AIRIl i fJ j I H jEKFACE J IS HER r FoRTUNE 0 IF HOMELY I 22BS in many Pursuits Woman Demonstrates the Com fffifo merdal Value of a Snub Nose Crossed Eyes or a 8 Stringy Neck J Cojijrtsit 59L1 hr tbo New York Herald Co All rlshU rerTM IIES are tho days of beauty parlors face massage transformations puffs curls THESE courses of feature flaying flesh food acquired figures paraffin In your cheeks operations on your double chin and the thousand and one aids to beauty Man pads his shoulders and manicures In the per severing attempt to emulate Apollo Womans pur suit of beauty began with time and will end only with eternity North and South and East and West of this broad country arc equally Intent upon the same un alterable obj tpInk checks and a shape The publication however In a New York paper re cently would seem to suggest another point of view It ran VFnnted An experienced girl for general housework must be homely no pretty girls need apply This advertisement at first...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

TFHIE060EN STANDAID e U A I r P o i r 17 1 GiJ IN TI Ef UNG LOW I t4 i SSe s i Ji II > ir f5 t 11 1 J J = I j I BErn Is ono place at least Iu THERE the fortunate girl reigns supreme and thnt is in her own summer bungalow There sho in sole mistress besides chief cook and bottle washer and there she follows absolutely he dictates of her own fancy In such a place she hns n power I and nil independence similar to that of her married friends Thero moreover she learns in the way of amusement the I fundamental principle of lioiiHokenping which arc likely to be of inestimable benefit to her Several girls whoso parents havo coun try ffUitoK have induced them to build small bungalows for their ute In which I alley may spend a Part of their summer i and whore they may have nli < o the priv liege to follow closely whatever specialty I appeals to their taste An added ndvan lace is that they are able lo entertain their friends with the spirit of harmless freedom thnt la sometimes impo ible ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 24 December 1910

I 1 l I L 1fIHI IE CD IE N 51f A N II A JR n fJi tt I r + L = L = = = 7 I L = 1 TT t i X r I I LATEST FAR 15 FA5 H ION S A fJ l F < c i t f P1 fYJlELVET Satin and Cloth Costumes in Varied Coloring BY MRS A T ASHMORE 1 HE number of street gowns that arc required for the winter sea T son by the woman who takes any r prominent position in the social world is Ibis season moro than over discouraging to the woman herself who unless she be possessed of n positive mania for clothes bates to spend no much time at her dressmakers But rashion demands a variety of dress and Lcr demands must be complied with and at tills time of year when it might have been thought tho clothes question wan virtually settled as many orders arc being given for tlm additional street gowns ns though the season were not yet begun The velvet costume so marked n feat r ure of thia winters styles continues to I cr > cngh to anit even the most extravagant I In black such a costume Is considered I smartest but havin...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

i t I Ii t i G l t 1 1P rte E i k th r r a i pitit i6 lit th ryL Ana + S IIyt it io r J C9 LET YOUR WANTS BE I I WEATHER FORECAST KNOWN IN THE THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER 1 4 e i f WILL BE FAIR TONIGHT TUESDAY GEN EVENING STANDARD r Ii ERALLY T COLDER IN SOUTH II I FORTIETH YEAR NO 309PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITy UTAH MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 26 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at tle Posofficc OdenUtah t CtnJRC T EANCUORED I End of Floating Church in the East River l New York w York Doc 2GTho floating I iini of Our Saviour for sixtysix 11 i half years unique among the ec I cc i tc structures of the world hits r d Its long career as a spiritual I to r tor mariners The trustees C pr rented it to All Saints parish i Island and the ancient craft > I f nd Its days as an amphibious < rch for It will he n floating church 1 a Inch lido and will rest upon the 1 i of Mariners harbor when the r i I < low ln well services were held In tho T yo odlflco at noon Sunday The nt r...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UT H MONDAY DECEMBER 26 191V l h SJPORTS I mm TO fir AT SAN FRANCISCO SAN FRANCISCO 51or the first Hmo In tho history of aviation a relay raco will b run or more cor rectly flown at Aviation park South San Francisco on Jan 10 This will bt the moot spectacular event of the entire meet and will 0 a contest of Rood Bpeod and quick starting be tween tcamB of three Tho Wright aviators will be represented by Roy Walter Knabcnshuc Archlo Hoxsey and ter I Brookjns tho latter riding his baby biplane with which ho hn made such spectacular sped ght6 Wlllard Mara and Curtlss himself will Wlarl Mar Curlss bm8el wJ relieve each other and endeavor to win honor for the Curtlss machine The Farnam biplane will bo entered with Clifford Harmon the American amateur and possibly GrahamoWhlto tho English flier and one of the three French aviators who will be entered In the not few days During this relayxraco there will bo In tho air at ono tlmo nino biplanes circling tho track...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

H I r r O j I I I 01 r i f i I I i 1a I t J i j d i d It i r tJ tf J j t I tI iI If1 I 1 T11 I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 L HOGS AND VEAL I Wo arc paying for fat hogs as fol low 1 Hoga from 200 Ibs to 300 Ibo F r 100 Ibc 750 Ho33 from 160 to 200 lbst per 100 Ibc 725 hoga from 125 to 160 Iba per 100 lbs 675 We receive hogs daily r Anybody who prefers dressed weight en hogs may bring them In on Tues days or Fridays between 730 and 10 10 m We will then slaughter them v bile you wait and pay 1025 per MCO Ibs dressed On either of these tbs you may cliooso whether you vHiit the llvu wolght price or 51023 l Of ed We iay for fat venls 70 to 125 Ibs dccsed weight 0 cents per Ib and rrcchi them dally You may bring r tern In either live or tI est > ed Access to our plnnt is now con nillit Fince the construction of th < 1 1 ndtict lirCKN PACKING PROVISION CO 1 USE CAMELS IN AUSTRALIA Adelaide Man Sayo They Vlll Solve the Transportation Problem In Some District...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

wqt futuiug tattharii I An Independent Newspaper ESTABLISHED 1870 I PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY WILLIAM QLASMANN to TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN CITY Dally Every Day 1 Year600 Dally Every Day G MonthsS30D 3 MonthsS150 Sunday Only 1 Y PAr 9200 V Day Daily Every In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per month I For Information concerning city subscrlptlim flptnne to the city circulation department Both Phones 60 unttttmtt t rs cslr an ROBBING THE TRAHJ it J The days of the bold brigand are still with us A bandit boarded a train near Leavenworth and by the time the train had reached the outskirts of Kansas Oity he had held up and robbed the passengers of money and valuables The daring of the lone robber is a reminder that the country In which he operated has been the scene of the work of many such outlaws The Jesse James gang operated around Kansas City until the bold gunmen were scattered by constant pursuit killed by the officers or as in the case of...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

V s THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 p I MISS ELVETTA LITTLEFIELD 1 1 of Pueblo Colorado has boea secured as professor of stenography to SUC II ceeJ MISS ADDIE E MORSE who took her oath of offico as a Rte nograplior In the civil service depart ment of this city MISS MINNIE ALBERT who for the past two months has taken Stllwcll bookkeeping has ac cepted a position as bookkeeper and accountant with a firm of this city Sho Is ono of twentyfive other stu dents who have bcon placed In govern ment railroad stole und commercial positions since tho fall term of 101011 began The first semester of the Ogden Business college year 191011 closed December 23rd The new semester will begin Tuesday January Hrd Tho rollogo office will be open for enroll ment during the holidays WALL STREET SUPERSTITION Professional stocktraders have boon reading tho signs wrong Almost all the Gpeculators are superstitious fel lows who believe In charms and amu lets In their pockets they carry lu...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

I THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 8 llik J J USEFUL GIFTS AT HOLNDA REDUCTIONS RuRsinn Marmot Fur Set 2S50 value 1650 4 Brook Mink Sot large muff 2500 value 150 Jnp Mink Set large mutt nnd collar 3000 value 2500 irIDi largn Black Broadcloth Coats full satin lined 25 value 1800 Childrens Cloth Cents colors cardinal and brown sizes 10 and 32 yours 450 value 250 Silk Stockings colors pink blue gray nnd white 200 value 175 Clioicc selection of imported neckwear and handkerchiefs V THE Mt Me WYEES CO I t n UI SPEClM DANCES QHKEP1WAS AND NEW YEAS CONGRfSS AC DEMY REGULARPRICES MORE iAN ION OF fiOLD MONTH TKc Is an Avcrags Production of thc Great G > dfleld Consolidated oldCeld NJV Dec 2The Con o11dtcJ Mlmu company continued god trillion to the mint at shipping1 l lon the rfrfrt of are a ton and a quarter month v The yellow bar arc brought from the r flioYy at the mill by auto rC vlfe Warded to Insure < niobile mobJ 5 and atc conslgnol to the I Ullnst Ils for ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

j THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 1 I t I r IL 1i i t I j I i I So Iii L 1 1 r I G I j I w J I fa J I l I r I RANDOM I Rr fERlEfJCES Continued from Pace1 Five Wanted An apprentice in tho Standard composing room Must have Rood education and some experience Jnquro of foreman at 4 p ni Boston Americans Tip ONOlll of the Boston Americans told Fred Clark when 11e went through hero that the Americans will play In Ogtlon the lat ter part of March if tlioy can arrange for a arne Dr W J Drowning corner Twenty Ze and Grant oer Carrs drug store 622 Bell Uccnses to WedA marriage 11 cense was Issued by County Clerk Dye to Lester Darnell of Omaha Neb and Dolln Drown of Ogden The con tracting parties are colored people State Teachers convention Salt Lake round trip via Oregon Short Line 110 Tickets on sale Dec 27th 2Sth 29th and 30th good returning Jan 9th Try new FORTYFIVE MINUTE FLYERS leaving Ogden 830 a m and 515 p ra Suit for Divorce W J Hoyt has commenced proceedings ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 26 December 1910

8 < r LrJJ i v L bJ CI ft tl IJI l h1 l r t r L l 1 Ut y t I 1 I J tr JIA Y In Ton Lot AT 1300 PER TON The Choicest of Hay nt GROUTS GFAIH STORE S 02 Twentyf < nrth Street I J UHlE ffaOW DfS AS SANT CLAUS ENTERS Dec 25WLth the CINCINNATI 0 25Wltb CLCrNATI from laden with gtfts Christmas tree wlh gits parents and othor rolRtlves and friends and with halt a score of near fronds gathered to pay tho homage of r latC gterd Wlllftun Gardner III Ky today In Co1ntoi to aged two xcars GojD 3cr were boyisHcd when day tho gaoals hQT1ed they to gncsl tho Ute follow had wteh thc advent slmultaueouflly tvlied alm11tlCusl 11h of Santa Clatis f Tho formal presentation of guts from tho Christmas c was to have conutltuted the Initiative In a family reunion of the Carder family of Coy J ington inton coroners verdict has not Ixcen crners Is believed tho Itttlo down with covers In Its ono weighted 1h cer weight smothered to accidentally bod was acchentlr smtered death 00 Impure blood mates a muddy...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 December 1910

t Jf r LET YOUR WANTS BE I FORECAST L KNOWN IN THE 1E2tiiI Itnt THE WEATHER INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE WEATHER I WILL 3E GENERALLY FAIR TONIGHT I EVENING STANDARD AND TOMORROW FORTIETH YEARNO 310 PRICE FIVE CENTS OGDEN CITY UTAH TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 27 1910 Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice Ogden Utah I I I 11 I I ri I I I I I t1 l i d r1m J G fl t J1r h I EXPERIENCE Of Off CR Who Chased a Thief Around a Revolv ing Door I Now York Dec 27An alleged H kl ed a Broadway policeman a hard txenmlnutc chase around and nrlnd a revolving door In an uptown r 1 building lato last night The pJ Iceman was almost at tho fellows cl when ho dashed Into the offIcer II r rway He made no attempt to en t r flip building bat stopped suddenly Ir ti little coriipartnient of the whirl n IOOP and awaited a moment for L policeman to catch up As the Ulecoat pushed a compartment Just 1Lml the quarry started the door nf madly remaining In the partlc 1Ir compartment Uo had entered 1 c ° tho polic...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 December 1910

t CHARREDT BODIfS Of CHILDREN 1I + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + ti + SGOW KY JXC COi t + GLASGOW errand + I + returnIng homo In I3 O fU erWI + + tijday Mr Robert hO uso In + + dow nyi foun at tho + er + asbes andIn 0ocornero ber + oC + ruins the ChLUTCt bodies + + threo children + sho left home Boka + When Mro the flro and + + cnrcCully c01crCL1 evident + It 1rfl5 doOI locited the + + that the chilren lull tried to es + trapped + were tI1P1C + cano but + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 00 MEATS THAT ARE FREE FROM DISEASE I p I nssurnnco or the U MfO the gOvormncnt thnt In all U S In S unwhole nil diseased ctcu meats r npectd and unclean meats are condemned o I All such meats that aro found r cd to bO clean wholesome and free from stamped by the government disease we SST officials a S inspected and iio Paused and aro permitted to be oC r fered for sale at the local moat mar handle uninspect 4 kets Somo markets unless rou see ed meats as well and you tho little blue government Insp...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 December 1910

Jt 0 THE EVENING STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY DECEMBER 27 1910 3 ENERIiL fIGHT RE3ULTSFATllLV LEXINGTON Dec GOne man was killed three others probably fa tally Injured and several others slight ly wounded in L general fight at a Christmas dance In the home of Crad deck In Montgomery county last night Twentyflvo men engaged In the fight which followed a quarrel bs I teen two men Wllloushby was shot I and killed and his brother Craddock WillOHghby and two other men who 1 names have not lioen learned may die fom their wounds A pOBsejof officers have gone to the ceno to prevent possible further bloodshed and to arrest the men who participated In last nights fight 00 fWOUNCEraT J I TO OUR TRADE TVc have Just completed our new lore corner of Twentyseventh street and Barlow avenue Wo like to see all of our old patrons together with a great many new ones We have a iDOdern and sanitary way of handling cur goods nrfd wo handle tho best In al lines We have a complete lino of groceries meats and ...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening standard. — 27 December 1910

w4t El1tUiug ttl1 r An Independent Newspaper I ESTABLISHED 1870 > PUBLISREDEVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY WILLIAM GLASMANN OF SUBSCRIPTION IN ADVANCE TERMS CITY BY MAIL OUTSIDE OF OGDEN 1 Tetr 6OO Dally Kvory Day C Months o Daily Cf7l Dy ntha ct 50 Sunday OnII Ynr 5200 DLIJ EvolY Day 3 39flth315O t taiiy In Ogden City by Carrier 75 cents per montli concerning city subscriptions telephone to the cly Information For Both Phones GG circulation donlrtment clrcu a on r I I CUT IN COAL IN OGBS1T I r After all the first real cut in coal has boon made in Ogden On Coal company of this city announced a reduction Consumers Monday the duction of 1 a ton on all grades of coal making the price on lump I I coal delivered 525 I The attention of tho HeraldRepublican of Salt Lake is called to this cut in coal prices in order that it majr see the difference between the victory over which it did so much boasting and a tweenthe empty triumph of real merit such as the Standard has won in Ogden We are info...

Publication Title: Evening Standard, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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