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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

THE HERALDREflUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 13 I I I financial and Commercial APATHY APPARENT IN STOCK MARKET I Speculation Restrained to a Great Extent by Interna tional Money Position CONGRESS CUTS A FIGURE MORE CORPORATION LEGISLA TION SEEMS TO BE FEARED New York Nov 10The securities mar k t remaIned under restraint of the In ternational money position as was shown lw the apathy ot the dealings and thc flugglshne of the price movement The check administered the early dedlnlng tfld111y ot prices and the later recovery ere due to 0 lope that the Bank ot England authorities would leave the pres cnt official dl count rate unchanged at S tlwlr session tomorrow I Paris transmitted a small sum ot gold to Lnndon yesterday l5QOOO but the nsult was a reaction In the sterling ex hange rate at Paris today ot 1 centime lh call loan rate In New York rose at an early hour to yesterdays 5Y per k cent maximum rate and the sterling ex < Inllg rate ran oft in response although...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

i 14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1 1909 < r t H s aau c pf pfV V I i I i1f I L 44I1 t i ET a I I r i f11 I tI Visit Our Women Readytowear Department t Economy is buying something good at a lower price it is never economy A fir to buy shoddy stuff at an price We carry none but good merchandise They are the cheapest for you Arrivals daily of new creations in I t Ladies Suits Dresses and Coats l fq I Our prices are 20 per cent lower than you have been accustomed to paying because we do a cash f business and you dont have to pay for those who dont pay their bills f Every day 1ve offer economy object lessons ii GRA V BR OS CON 758kS Main II I THE EAVY WIND or Tuesday morn Ing picked up the small frame building known a3 the Yankee Cleanser com p < factory t Ninth South end Eighth West street and tossed It Into an adjoining lot doing about 200 dam age Chlmnpys and roofs m that 1 imty w blrwn away MADE IT A LIFE STUDY I DR J S LEONHARDT FOUND THE CAUSE AND...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 11 November 1909

I 14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 111909 I I I arMlIf27 V rw r 1d i1 ie I 2 I I < I ffll4 a tI Visit Our Womens Readytowear Department Economy is buying something good at a lower price it is never economy to buy shoddy stuff at anJ price We carry none but good merchandise 41 They are the cheapest for you Arrivals dailJ of new creations in r tVdpi V ii j Ladies Suits Dresses and Coats 7 Our prices are 20 per cent lower than you have been accustomed to paying because we do a cash P 1 business and you dont have to pay for those who dont pay their bills Every day we offer economy object lessons PRAY BROS CO 258 S Main Street TIlE HEAVY WIND of Tuesday morn Ing picked up the small frame building known a3 the Yankee Cleanser com pans factory t Ninth South nl Eighth Vest street and tossed It Into an adjoining lot doing about 200 dam age Chimneys and roofs tn that d 1 ainty w hlwn away MADE IT A LIFE STUDY DR L S LEOlmARDT FOUND THE CAUSE AND CURE OF PILES Dr J S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

THE METALS F Chances to sell jroperty Weather I 16 Silver 50c to the person who NEEDS Copper cath 121116c it are offered to ilt ad Today Pages IEILTRt1TI1TIJ ages Lead per 100 lbs 440 vertisers F air InterMountain Republican T All rTV IIT1Ut IPIflAV MflhI 1 lOflO The Salt Lake Hera11 SALT LAKE CI1Y UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 Price 5 Cents Yolo 16 10 92 I I I I J I r1 i i iiiit i i v j i C e en Yolo 167 No 611 n FRENZIED MOB AT CAIRO ILL LYNCHES THE NEGRO I WHO KILLED ANNIE PELLEY I AND A WHITE SLAYER THIRST FOR BLOOD NOT YET SATISFIED Full Regiment State Troops Being Rushed to Scene of the Tragedy Cairo Ill Nov ItWith two men lynched by an angry mob another in imminent danger and the streets filled with wildeyed men thirsty for more blood Cairo after a sleepless night of murder and riot waited anxiously today for the hundreds of soldiers that are on tie way to quell the mob at the orders of Governor Deneen Froggy James a negro confessed murderer of Annie Pelley was hanged riddled with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

E 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 121909 SCHOOL CHilDREN GIVEN A HENTION What Is Being Done in Many Cities and States of the Union HELP FOR THE AFFLICTED SUGGESTIONS MADE BY BUREAU OF MUNICIPAL RESEARCH Acting Cor 1IJJ5 Dorothy Whitney for mer president of the Junlor League of New York City the Bureau oC Iunlcl pal Rescareh has learned from superin tendents ot schools and health boards what 358 cities In 42 states and the Dis trIct of Columbia arc doing this par to discover and removl physical defects of I5chool children AI told these cities have a total population of OOOOOO and a total sehool enrollment of over 4000000 Of these cities 14S with 500000 school children an not making any attempt to discover transmissible diseases at school 10 are Inspecting foe such diseases 27 are xamlnlng for defective vision Il for breathing troubles and 111 for bad teeth 106 with a poptlatlon of 2 00000 nave no examination of any kind for their 600000 school children Beca1se f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 3 SAYS NAMES WERE LEFT OFF LISTS Citizens Tell Councilmen That Protestants Against Sewer Were Squelched DALY REVERSES DININNY ASSISTANT ATTORNEY CONTRA DICTS PRINCIPALS OPINION That names 01 protestants to sewer extension 220 to the extent or at least 20000 feet were left oft the list by the city engineers office was the charge made last night before the engineering committee or the city council by prop erty owners In the southwestern part of the city who do not care to pay 226 a linear foot for the proposed sewer The I proposed extension will cost property owners something In the neighborhood of 175000 There were hundreds or names at tached to the original protest which was finally sent to the city engineer for checking That was when L C Kelsey was city engineer arid the present offi cial George O Chaney wanted It un derstood last night that he had nothing to do with the proposition Former City Engineer Kelsey reported bac...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

I 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 TH E SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN Tile InterMountain ncpullIlca Est Feb 12 1906 Tile SnIt Lake Herald Est June 6 1870 Only Republican Dally Newspaper In Sa1t Lake City Utah TerDUI ot Subscription I DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 75 < < el1ts one year SSOO SUNDAYOne year 200 SEMI WEEKLY < In advance One rear L50 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address of paper chanced must give former as well as lresent address All papers are continued until exrllCI order Is received to discontinue Al ar rearages must be paid In every case 4ScOUWL LISTEN TO THE VOICE OF VERNAL Over In the new country to the east they held an election Tuesday just as in several other parts of the state They elected the whole Republican ticket at Vernal not because the opposition can dIlates were bad men but because the IJeople preferred the nominees who Won And they also pronounced em phatically against prohibition In Ver 11a1 Here is what the E...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 5 I L SOCIETY j TODAYS EVENTS 4 The second In a series ot Infor 4 4 mal hops to be given at Fort 0 4 Douglas during the winter will be 4 given this evening by the tort ot 4 ficers at the hop hall Colonel and 4 b Mrs Walter Scott will receive the 0 4 guests and the dance will be for 4 < b lowed by a number ot hop suppers 4 4 among those entertaining being 4 Mrs Edwin b 4 Lieutenant and b Butcher 4 4 v 4 A 4 oclock tea will be given 4 4 this afternoon by MrS Sophia 4 4 Sharp and her daughter Mrs 0 < b George T Badger at their home C 4 in East South Temple street This v 4 Is the second In a series ot affairs 0 4 being given by Mrs Sharp and 4 4 Mrs Bad jer 4 4 4 4 A large dancing pa ty will be 4 4 gIven this evening at Whitney 4 4 hall when about 250 guests will be 4 b entertained by Dr and Mrs L 0 I 4 W Snow and Mr and Mrs R W 4 4 Dnynes 4 I 4 4 Miss Mary Halloran and Ruel4 0 Halloran will entertain with a five 0 4 hund...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

V 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 J lOOD INSPECTION TO BE CONTNUE State Bureau Outlines Plans to Protect People of Utah From Fraud EMPLOYES ARE RETAINED APPROPRIATIONS MADE FOR EX HIBIT AT LOCAL SHOW Plans for the tscal year starting Dec I were outlined Thursday after noon by the state pure food bureau at its monthly meeting held In the office of Viard Hansen state food and dairy commissioner In the Dooly block The board decided to keep the number of Inspectors In the department at two as at present one deputy being paid out of the appropriation for the work of the bureau amounting to 2750 for each of the fiscal years 1909 and 1910 and the other deputy being paid out of the fund set aside for the use of tne state com missIoner Heber C Smith and Simen Hansen the other deputy under the rure food bureau will be retained in these positions The boar decided to appropriate 50 for the exhibit to be prepared by the bureau at the pure food show to be held In Sal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLlCA SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 190 7 L r NEWS OF UTAH AN ADJOINING STATES I Ogden News Offlce410 Twentyflfth street Circulation Department zro Twenty fifth Street BOYS ARMED TO 1 O TEETH MAY BE BANDiT GANG Ward of Juvenile Court Disappears but Officers Locate Him and Companions Special < < to The IIeraldRepublican Ogden Nov 1lThrough the arrest of Fred Bremer lnd Ed Stewart two ju enJ1es of the c1t3 It Is tlxpccted that disclosures Implicating a number of other boys and some men In n series of thefts Und burglaries ill result Bremer waS formerly an Inmate of the state indus trial school and Stewart for some time past has been under surveillance of the juvenile court here Tlw boys have both been watched by the juvenile court officers because of sus to ItIJ1JS actions Stmvart had failed report to the juvtnlIE court for a num Er of dAys and the court began to won dfr what had lmpponed to the lad An vestiglrtQn brought out the tact that 1 e had been with t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

F V I I I S THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH RIDAY NOV 12 1909 I I I A SALT LAKE BOOSTER I Home made goads for home people Is the slogan of the Utah Manufacturers association At the present time h cam paign is being waged by the members with a view to boosting home IndustrIes The directing spIrit back of that cam pagn Is Daniel F Cotlett secretary of the association who Is at all times a zealous booster for Salt Lake and Utah Since Mr Collett assumed the office of secretary the association has almost doubled In membership In an Interview yesterday Mr Cotlett had the followIng to say with regard to the present status of the manufacturing industry In the state The impetus now In evidence aU over 1tah and contiguous territory iii the dI rection of manufacturIng augurs well for the Industrial affairs of the Inter mountaIn country The people have been I IJl0w to estimate the value of factor and mill In the building of a common wealth being more or less content until noW with the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

Th Tzr TT1 REAL ESTATE MINES IILRALTD RLIPUI3LTCAN i CLASSIFIED MARKETS I PART TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 PAGES 1 TO 8 I L Whats AlitheTime I What in Sports EAST AND WESTON GRIDIRON TOMORROW IlheSporfingAuthoHii L of Salt Lake J SPEED FIEND IS WILD AT ATlANTA Another Track Record Is Broken and Still Jo Injuries Uanu Ga Nov 11John Aiken at th wheel oC a National torty lowered another Amerlc track rllcord at the BiPtdwa today In a furious drive of twpnty mUe every moment of which h was closely pressed from behind ho sr t the new murk ot 1642iG This is 114 better than Oldflelds record at In dianapolill thorge Robertson at last was able to 111T a race and finish it Yesterday 31 j Tuesday he started In several events lut ntver lasted more tItan a lap or two J h aluunt of I > Omo amall defect which iwd to keep In hiding during practice lr Ic I to bob up as soon as a race was on T1e big blonde driver smiling as he 1Id smllro all through his Ill luck with lW from the twen...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

Z t THE HERALDREPUBLICAJ SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 BACKACHE SIMPlY VANISHES AND F DUTOFORDER KIDNEYS ACT FINE I A Few Doses Will Regulate the Kid neys and Cure the Host Severe Bladder Misery j No man Qr woman here whose kid neys are outotorder or who suffers from backache or bladder misery cnn afford to leave Papes DIuretic untried After taking several doses all pains I In the back sides 01 loins rheumatic twinge nlrouncs headache sleep lessness hHlamed 01 swollen eyelids dizziness tired or Wornout feeling and other symptoms of clogged sluggish kidneys simply vanish rncontrollabla urination especially at night smarting dlsnlorcod water and all bladder misery ands The moment you suspect the slight est kidney or bladder disorder or feel rheumatism pains dont contJnue to be miserable or worriEd but It a 50 e1 > nt treatment of Pape Diuretic from OUr drUldst and start takcr as di l 1Jctul hltb the kll1tlejge HInt thr > Is no other mpdlllnE at any price 1 made > any...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

f 1 i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 + 3 Making the Standard Rye Whiskey of America No3 Y t The Elevator a R = Not one bushel of 1 i O grain can enter this t < 1 4j I elevator until it has I 7 been thoroughly r tested in our mo l dern laboratory 1 fuj Every bushel of gram is purchase f 1 subject to this test Only the highest standard will do for mood old BOTn > o lfi BaNo tttVt Pure BOTTLED IN BONO L Beginning here with the grain the watchful eye of the Government never refits until years later the whiskey is bottled and sealed with the Govern i s menls Little Green Stamp Write us for a beautiful book trllint the whole interesting tory of how the Standard Rye Whiskey of America Is made A Guckenheimer Bros Distillers Pittsburg Since 1857 B EVERY time you ea a dish of Quaker Scotch Oats you furnish your system with more building material for brain and muscle than you could get from a similar quantity of any other food to say nothing of its lov cost Q...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

± = 4 5 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 Mines and Mining Stocks PAY ORE 35 FEET IN GOLDEN PRINCE Great Strike on 500 Level of Pioche Mine Is Report From Camp A ledge thirtyfive feet wIde which shJws values ranging from 15 to 110 a tolL has been cut on the 5OOfoot level of till Golden Prince Mining companys wine In Ploche dIstrict according to In formation received yesterday from camp by C H Thompson one of the large r > to < tholders ot the company The word came from D R Lowe one ot the of Iclals of the company In the event that even the minimum a1ues reported hold good as an average for a considerable distance on the strike fir the vein It Is of course the most Important development made In Ploche district since the Prince Consolidated company opened Its mine Only one group of claims that of the Ploche King cmpany lies between the Prince mine and the Golden Prince and the shaft from which the new strike has been made Is something less than 00 feet ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

F c THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 5 i l Financial and Commercial J j SCARCITY OF CASH I DOMINANT FACTOR Transactions in Wall street Reduced in Volume for the Time Being RESERVE MELTING AWAY BANKS BEING FORCED TO RE DUCE LOAN ACCOUNT New York Nov llThe money posI tion was the dominant Influence an the stock speculation again today and the topic ot principal interest The retention ot the 5 per cent Bank of England rate was accepted with satis faction but the feeling of certainty yesterday that thIs course would be followed had allowed action to an ticipate it The influence on the prices of stocks therefore was shortllved here were fresh withdrawals of gold for South America and 8 vIolent drop of two centimes In the sterling exchange rate at Paris Indicated the wanIng power ot one Influence In the recuperation This sIgn of the nar rowIng of the point at Ingress to the Paris money market added to the et feet of the tightening money situation In New York as ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

rTI t I 6 t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT JAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 r Additional Sports I I AMUSEMENTS H AMUSEMENTS TODAY + Salt Luke TheatreuThc Soul + 4 + Kiss 815 p m 4 215t Orpheum TheatreVaudeville 215 + p m and 81 p m + + + Colonial TheatleThe Time the + 4 Place and the GlI 815 p Ill II + I + Bungalow Theatre Pantagcs + 4 4 vaudeville 21 p m and I > p m + 4 rt + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + NEW BILL AT BUNGALOW The yaudei1Ie bill which opened a weeks engagement at th Bungalow I last night was one of exceptional merit Every act was a winner and met with I the enthusiastic approval of the largE audience present While the superlaUte should be handled rather gingerly In de scribing a performance still It can Je said that the show last night was one of the best ever lIresnted In the city at the prices The opening number on the bill was a sensational equlllbrlstic act by Cardua and Maud These two artists showed amazing skill In their work on the slack wire and trapeze One sp...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPlBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 I 7 I READ FOR PROFIT n HeraMRepuHican d i USE FOR RESULTS FOR SALEREAL ESTATE FOR SLE Bead thhl itstof fine residence property whIch 10 offer for salo for caSh or on monthi > pfments IC one 1f these docs not s1t ou we hlve others 4 On 10th ave between E and Fts Ii and SlOom presed brick bungalow OIl short blook from now ithftV car I II hal 111111 rcJms and dlnlnS rooms 1 ae fIr finish stained mIssIon mlMlon tlrlplae In 1Ivngrootn largo bath room pJntrles 2 clothes closets gas antI elec t ic lights fitted for furnace large front jJrrhs ement steps cement cellars hark porch Is screened In prices ZO to 1000 arotillo ave between 9th and 1Ot rnst nnd 6th anl Cth out 1 entrance from tll East just completed 16 three and fourroom eotallI front and back pllrches eleotric lights cltv water grad ed street location eslrsJle for streol railway emlJloye pnees lii to 2000 Hamilton Plnnunnhl north from 6th South betwefl State and II ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 12 November 1909

i L UTAH FRIDAY NOV 12 1909 HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY 8 + STRONG STATEMENT BY lOCAL MATRON Stomach Man Indorsed by Woman Who Says He Made Her Well SUFFERED FOUR YEARS COOPERS THEORIES STIRRING MUCH COMMENT HERE A strong statement concerning the Cooper stomach man was made yes terday at the SmiTh drug store at the Busy Corner by Irs Richard Haw IfY at 453 South First West street She declared she had been entirely cured of stomach trouble ot four years stand ing by the treatment at the young easterner whoRe new theories have stirred so much comment since his ar rival here Coopers most radlcat theory 1s that 95 per cent ot all ill health is caused by stomach trouble He has nn enthusiastic convert In Mrs Haw ley She said About four years ago I began to Butter severely from stomach trouble J doctored all the time and the pains I suffered alter eating finallY grew so bad J feared I had cancer Taking food I1nto my stomach became torture Gll wold form I would become nauseat Ed and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 13 November 1909

I 1FI TIFt THE METALS Chances tosell property Weather 16 1 Silver 50c to the nerson who NEEDS i Copper cath 121116c it are oifered to want ad Today Pages 4 q Lead per 100 lbs 440 vertisers Fair InterMountain Yol 15 No9 Republican SALT LAKE CllY UTAH SATURDAY NOV 13 1909 Price 5 Cents The Yo Salt Lake 167 No6 Herat YOUTHFUL ROBBER MAKES 1 SECOND u DARING ATTEMPT i BOY BANDIT I DEADGAME 1 Earl Bullock Who Held Up the State Bank at Eudora Kan and Killed an Officer j Returns to the Little Town I II I ROBS BANK AGAIN AND I SHOOTS ANOTHER MAN Shoots Himself Through Head to Avoid CaptureHis Ac complice 15 1 Years Old i Makes a Full Confession j LATTER ESCAPES LYNCHING + H + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Eudora Kan Im ISEarl Bul + + lock the boy bandit died In a hos + ital at Lawrence Ian at 225 this + morning + 4 + s 4 v 4 4 + + + 44 + + f + + + + + + + + + EUd01R Kan Nov 12Driven to bay by an armed mob Earl Bullock the 17yearold bandit of Lawrence Kan who twice within the last month...

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