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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

The Only Paper in the IEj F All the News All the InterMountain West that Time Fearless Frank and Weather 30 Carries the Fall Report of WJ Honest Is The Herald Pages the Associated Press and Hr4JD RIE PUOLIN Republican Slogan Today the Hearst leased Wire If You Dont Read The News Service Herald Do You Republican Know How Fair Established InterMountain February Republican 12 1806 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1 1909 1 Price 5 Cents The Salt Lake Herald xtabl18bed June 8 1S70 NINE PERSONS MANY ARE INJURED 4 Passenger Trains Collide on Rio Grande As Result of Mistake in Orders WOMEN TOURISTS AID IN RESCUE Colorado Springs Aug HNine per sons are dead and others are expected to die between foity and nfty are injured three engines are In the ditch two bag gage cars Including the contents are smashed and several passenger coaches are badly damaged as the result oC a headon collision between eastbound passenger train No 8 and westbound t passenger No1 on the Denver Rio Grande near Hu ted thi...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

i 2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 GUESTS lEAVING BY THOUSANDS Salt Lake Is Praised by All for Her Handling of G A R Encampment CROWD IS ESTIMATED BIG ATTENDANCE IS CREDITED TO CITY AND THE STATE Thousands of veterans and their friends waited last evening until after the parade of the living flag and the Wizard of the Wasatch before taking their leave of Salt Lake All of the trains leaving Salt Lake yesterday and specially the trains leaving late last night took away thousands Trains to Seattle and the Yellowstone park have been packed with departing encamp ment visitors On last nights train for the Seattle exposition General Henry M Nevius tiring commanderinchief and Mrs Nevius Governor Samuel R Van Sant the new commanderinchtef and Mrs Samuel R Van Sant accompanied by the national staff officers and a large umber of other prominent G A R men left to be present at the G A R day at the fair Some few of the G A R men in cluding Judge Ell Torrance past com man...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

E T 1 U THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 3 Ogden News A Offlce410 Twentyfifth street Circulation Department 366 Twenty fifth Street Ogden Sunday Aug 15 OTHR r UNABLE TO RESCUE SON Haskell Merrick Must Stay at Industrial SchoolWrit Is I Quashed 4 Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Aug HThe State Industrial school won in the district court yester day in the contention over the detention of Hasktll Merrkk The boy who is a man in appearance is supposed to bn 19 yers f age He appeared before Judge Howell today on a writ of habeas turpus the plea being made for him to it the juvenile court of Salt Lake h 11 no jurisdiction because of his age Judge Howell quashed the writ of luit > eas corpus on the grounds that it Vd3 defective and ordered young Mer rii k back to school r STEAL A ARCH r ON BAMBfRGfR J3gden Street Railway Is Rush ing Work of TrackLay ing on Streets Special to The HeraldRepublican Ogden Aug HThere was a slight SNnt of war in the air today with f...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 S THE SALT LAKE HERALDREPUBLICAN The InterMountain Republican Est Feb 12 ISO The Salt Lake Herald Edt June 1 1STO Only Republican Daily Newspaper in Salt Lake City Utah Terms of Subscription DAILY AND SUNDAYOne month 76 c nts one year 800 SLNDAyone year J200 SEMI WHEK Y < In advance one year tl50 six months 75 cents Subscribers wishing address ot pajwr changed must give former as well ae irfsent address All papers are continued until explicit order is I received to discontinue All ar rearages must be paid in every case WORD OF A GOOD WORKMAN It Is the pleasure of The HeraldRe publKcri to Hirpriso Mr William igIe hart with a public woed of commend H n He IB a very good workman H Is much of a man He Is one of the last ti consent to receiving bouquets And It is the peculiarity of his craft that men In newspaper work rarely have at c ue chance and inclination tj say of each other what ma with sincerity and judgment be said Mr ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

U THE HERALDREPUBLICAN J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 5 I l ALL IMPORTANr SPORTS fROM EVERYWHERE J I I I BASEBALL RESULTS I STANDING OF THE CLUBS NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost PC Plttsburg n St t 716 Chicago K 35 Bit New York to S7 680 < 6 Cincinnati 51 60 505 5 Philadelphia 47 E 40 St Louis 48 65 4M Brooklyn 34 63 a64 Boston 78 1iiO AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lout PC Philadelphia K 41 flS Detroit W 41 610 Boston It tt 696 Cleveland fit W 1 Chicago 51M 490 New York 41 M 4C St Louie K 61 437 Washington Si 75 132 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE BROOKLYN LOSES IN NINTH St Louis Aug 14 Brooklyn lost a game this afternoon in the ninth inning after one was down by a score of 4 to S After Bliss had filed out Koenetchy and Eans singled and Devlin broke up the Fame with a drive to the right field fence scoring the Cardinal pair Up to this time Hunter for Brooklyn had al lowed only five hits while Brooklyn had Registered three times R H E St Louis M 000 00Z4 8 2 Brooklyn 101 000 0108 10 1 Batteries Detchman a...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 0 r w f k k Y i4 tfa t > N y c r J F lN 4 4f 7 5Y7 f a3 s b 6 f d x n < < t r iP4 A C t t > Ii 4 e + a6r + t 3 F s r < t 4 w y 3c w N > < = W Y > > r L v w 1 a z fir r a I r tee try = i w INNES ORCHESTRAL BAND Negotiations which have been pending I with the Innes orchestral band and ac companying soloists for their appear ance at Saltair beach on Friday Sat urday and Sunday Aug 20 21 22 have been closed The organization is to come here in its full strengthsixty players accom panied by several notable soloists Lov ers of music will hail the news with delight There is no musical organiza tion in the country that has a wider fol lowing or more deserved reputation The more the great organization is heard the larger is the public demand for its services The cause of this suc cess is not hard to understand Innes had a high ideal at the start and has loyally and steadfastly devoted him I self to achieving ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUCUST 15 1809 7 3 v < < jvV s A r J > t > + V A V w r y4 f + X V c < rt oc x + > xWs 1r y tpppItt Js R < > r i A a 1 r 446 C Ydl M1oJ f q > C J S 4 Hjy < > i k d W P w yJ 7 t l tpq b 1 Y 4 ar fAt T iwt e 46VY i 8d Xi 4 p 4c5 Y c n tP 93 ri + Z tl i 7 t F fr 41 Srw 1 1 34 w 4 i 4A E 1 a i n taj s rs z a r f rti A kf + S Q t r ± 1 i V t 4 Ir < o Y 2 ecrr w w r e i k f SnR Y w THOMAS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COLORADO AND HIS STAFF PHOTOGRAPHED AT CAMP CUTLER ON FRIDAY HOME IS RANSACKED BUT NOTHING STOLEN y The sheriffs office received Informa tion Saturday night that the home of Mrs W Holmes at 1600 South Seven teenth East street had been entered and robbed during the absence of the family Saturday On Investigation however it was found that the home had been turned topsy turvy but that nothing had been taken 350 Recipe Cures Weak MenFree Send Name and Address To day You Can Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

L 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 1 IT I I r r l t n i J K s 3 l s3 ns a K 4 r z al9 Y ° j y qM M v s rw a t 1 S s3 a v 4 a fr i 1 t z a A n w c nr I V NATIONAL OFFICERS OF THE GJRaAb ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC Photograph taken by Almeron Newman official photographer of the G A R Encampment Whew How I Hate Heat Say Mr and Mrs Fat Is It any wonder that the fat people r tc hot weather If your heart and jy s and stomach were bound around vt r layer after layer of false flesh that got out a terrible unnatural heat and 1 tU interfered with the normal functions 1C a w iaid understand the aversion of fat Tpl T to hot weathe There is abeo 1S no reason tot fat people staying f t n this age of triumph We do not acas drugging yourself dieting or ex t sng yourself o death but there Is a rtnnrj that has been proven successful It is the famous Marmola tablets which i twork of removing fat exactly like t iturt > Intends It should be done They rtp the digestive organs from pr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

TTI W 1 CLAS3IFIED SOCIETY REAL ESTATE fjfl RALD CATHEDRAL SECTION TWO SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 PAGES 9 TO 16 I Altars of St Marys Cathedral Are Beautiful Works of Art IlL I 1 t vn Y r t w tA t < y Y s 6W aa rs t I 7 I t k ry t A rd a1a ay f a 1 j 4 i t tjr a 1 fj s A ifci > 4 ir + fr Tj J r y to r ac y r a Y St sF i s s r iPH I 5 V j W a rf > iii lL > ft > C 11 x i d A v y dYK lE r AwF x a cF YsaF a e t et 4 Sy r a < SP y t dsQ Ly c antwwtanr + gvte V a < i i 4 t I v rte 2 y > t 35if 2 f cayka iL > eYY JJf f w n m m h V The acme of the sculptors art the en shrining of the belief of millions of com municants the holy of holies of the Ro man Catholic faith Is In the altar The arc of the covenant of the Old Testa ment was as beautiful a receptacle as the children of the wilderness could pro vide In the great Roman Catholic cathedrals of the world the beauty of the wonder ful architectural magnificence is crowned by the marvelous grandeur of their a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

t 10 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 f = n I OW that encampment week Is Now a memory and the old veterans from every part of the United States their families and friend for the most part have gone to their homes Salt Lake Fouety is ready once more to take up its brilliant functions and continue its enju > inent as in the past irue it is that 4urlng the week there wer > many notable functions but there wen few of the larger one Uiat were not of a semipublic nature Of course there were many little family affairs and some larger affairs during the busy week but a majority of Salt Lakes cot ial set were too busy entertaining visitors and attending the big affairs to do entertaining on a large scale Few homes in the city were without visitors and when one has visitors that one has to entertain there is little time left to provide entertainment for ones social set especially during a week that was as full of public affairs as was last week Many of Salt Lakes ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 11 I t THEATRICALS IN LONDON I By FRANKLIN FYLES London Aug 15on suburban com mons of London and village greens of England companies of young men practice mhtary drill after supper or diner until 9 oclock brings night fall at this season They are the terrl trial army hastily organized to sup ers rle the militia and get ready to rep I German invasion A hundred Brtsh war vessels from big battie st to little torpedo boats have for a ivtnight bn a London show on the Thames river and estuary These do irs have < me of a play An Eng lishmans Home bored a months aud Ifddl In New York because they took nj pains to romprehend It allegory of a German capture of England and saw in it nothing more than a burlesque comedy It got American appreciation f of its keen satire in Canada only Here j in London it was performed half a y < ar and was stopped only when the C ernment wanted it to It roused Englands martial spirit hence the ter rit...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

I I 12 I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 r I i COMING EVENTS I Continued From Page Ten Monday by Miea Helen Boxrud In honor of Miss Winifred Mtlapaugh of Los An geles who la visiting at the homo of MIss Beth Crltchlow Miss Madeline Weitz will entertain on Tuesday with a live hundred party A lake party will be given on Tuesday evening by the younger society boys in honor of Miss Shirley Palmer The party will be chaperoned by Mrs J R Walker and Mrs H Vance Lane Mrs W H Child will entertain with a weekend house party given In honor of Miss Betsy Woodard who Is the guest of the Misses Rae and Olive Bartch On Sunday afternoon a number of guests will lie entertained with an informal tea by Mrs Child Mrs Leon Engstrom will entertain at a supper this evening In honor of Miss Martha Johnson one of the fall brides Miss Migni Dtnhalter will entertain on Wednesday for Miss Viola Godbe who is to be married in September The Commercial club will be the scene of a luncheon to be ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 13 PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICE Consult county clerk or respective sign 4 era for further information IN THE DISTRICT CQURT PRO bate division in and for Salt Lake county State of Utah In the matter of me estate and guardianship of Enid Gwendolyn Mul lett and George Mullett minors Notice Tne petition for approval and settlement of the first annual ac C unt of the guardian of the persons and the estates of Enid Gwendolyn Mullett and George Mullett minors has teen set for hearing on Friday the 27th dav of August A D 1909 at 2 oclock pm at the county court house In the toiirt room of said court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWltnets Wltnets the clerk of said court with the seal thereof affixed this 2nd day of August A D 1909 MARGARET ZANB WITCHER Seal Clerk By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk f Walter W Little Attorney for Peti tioner IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO bate division in and for Salt Lake county state of Utah In the ma...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 WANTED FEMALE HELP I VVH TED adyuartera for Hotel Restaurant and Domestic Help I S waitresses Idaho 35 I waitresses city S to I Ii ihambermaM 20 to 3ii V oman cook w A oilier positions mt mentioned Empire Employment Agency No 3 V d So Both plioji s OW NTiD HKArQTARTERS For hotel btjiuint and domestic help 4 Wait bSfe ldho 3i month r > viattesse t it > 7 and 8 week mbernifiids I 20 to 31 v i inn c < ok i5 tr O J i Ie SL1 I S3 SG 7 week i mpin Employment Agency s 0 3 YT M So Both phones TED vV nsses looks chambermaids L JMIIS md all kinds of restaurant t > wanted fur my and country S lKS 7MJLOYMENT AGENCY NJ i E M I So Phones 464 Basrllent Kenyon hotel XTED Lav to travel in Utah gl pay and nidimade suit free in 90 d xppriiC unnoeessaiN reliable t write ir particulars J E Mc I Liy Co lit rtn NTED CmltPnt girl to do general b ISrk Au = G W CusbJng 770 E S Trople KTED Good girl o woman for gea e i < ueworK Apply 82...

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

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 15 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE LITTLE LITTLE Get In on a buyers market Below are some good opportjnltles S 165x196 corner of West Temple and 6th So only 3 blocks from the New house hotel 133 per foot 39xas one block from Salt Lake the atre House rents for S per month 100 per foot 100x185 Brigham street aear Catholic cathedral 18000 49 feet on 3d W Iwtweon M and 3d South only half a Mock from the D R G depot zoo per foot 247 feet trackage very dose IB rests for 11500 a year and pays interest Its a good location for hotel or rooming house Only JW foot 115 x330 only one and a half Mocks from Newhouee hotel 3500 89x132 comer W Temple and 9th S at 175 foot 4 45x122 with a right if way all around It Build a flat on It and in a few years It will be businesB property lat So be tween 2d and 3d But SOJ per foM 9Ox2S on State street halt a bleak north of Eale Gate 12 room modern brick house Its great depth and excellent lo cation make it vey deah...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

± ± 16 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 1 JOHN HAYS HAMMOND TO ACCOMPANY TAFT I ON HIS CONTEMPLATED TRlrTHROUfiU WEST HE COMES AT TAFTSREQUEST President and Famous Mining Man Are Warm Personal and Political Friends JOINS KITCHEN CABINET POWERFUL INFLUENCE AS HEAD OF REPUBLICAN CLUBS J hn Hays Hammond president cf the National League of Republican Ckt who recently declined an ap I itment to the post of minister to I hina has been invited by the president b accompany him on his trip through the vcst next month Because of his long experience In the w t and his prominent part in the de pment of Its mineral and other nat ural resources few are considered by the president to have a better under standing1 of the men and problems of that section of the country than Mr Hammond When the famous mining f glnec was a candidate for the vice residency last year some of those 1 not friendly to his candidacy never nrocked the point where these votes TV tra recorded As presiden...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

° I4T I y a MAGAZINE WO Ei d II RALD ° PUBLlCAN AMUSEMENTS FEATURES SECTION THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 PAGES 1 TO 10 r 1 Ite DtPirr AVCNCDR ahr 1 t i v t i t y 1 41 W SiT T TET W W JT Si Ik W jf > a < W ET A W > N vi I t f1LDLEY RICHARDJN J L tC pyrJ7 r I9o9 by TH NORTH AMERICAN Co r Synopsis When about to drown himself Paul Jarret IS intercepted by John Clifford a mysterious old man Promised great wealth Jarret signs an agreement to do liffords bidding for seven years The latter then es tablishes the young man under the name of Paul Clel laud in a magnificent country house and supplies him liberally wth money Paul fMlN in love with Margaret Shenstone davghUr of a judge and is encouraged < < In his suit by Clifford Toe lat the young man learns that he is heir to a large for tune and tries in vain to have Clifford release him from his pledge Mrs Shenstone a rather mysterious woman mother of Margaret questions Paul closely as to his Identity and he afterwa...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 b III r 1JiJJIIIIIIII Ik1 I cII I iii L r L9 L 4 vS Corianton at Colonial i I big audiences that have greeted nanton at the Colonial the past v i ek coupled with the fact that bun Oreds of Salt Lake people have asked fit they b 1 given an opportunity of see ig the famous Mormon play have in 1 ic j d the management to extend the en gs ment for another week During the st three days hundreds of requests were IMV that the play might be given for her wed I twas ascertained that house Iniild be secured and after i wires hud been l > kept hot for two days unvngements w re made whereby Mr Sn son Miss Kendall Mr Moore Miss Ur and other members of the cast who iv U lure from the east and west could r main over for another week the thousands of visitors who saw the ii during the last week were unani ritous 1 in their opinion that Corianton is < greatest lisious drama ever pre > nted The theme of the play as in s rpn red by a sp...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

IH THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 3 tf 1 MR s DOOLEY ON VACATIONS if By Copyright F 1909 by P H H McClure DUNNE Company I I Well sir said Mr Dooley I ranly dont know whether Im glad or Sorry to get back It seems a little Ethrange to be here again in the tur moil iv life fn a large city but thin again tis pleasant to see th famllar fares wanst more Has anny thing happened since I whit away on me va cation Did ye miss me Am I much sunburnt i I What arre ye talkin about abnut asked Mr Hennessy I see Jp ony last night Ye did not said Mr Dooley Ye may hav seen me undherstudy but ye dtflnt see nw Where was I It de pnris on what time Iv night it was If it a 8 oVIock I was croosln in Pier piint Morgans yacht off th coast Iv Labrador We were both Jv us settin vir IIn > th front stoop Iv thO boat I had jut won thirty nilllyon dollars frm him throw dice an he remarked to 1nr I Oft it1 hot in Chicago But nbnit eight thir v th wind which had Vi u tow in acrost th bric...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 15 August 1909

t 4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN J SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 15 1909 I I r THE GREENHORNS WEDDING 3 I I Copyright Thp night was cold for June and all sepu of the Proutas boarders sat about thc kitchen stove chatting Two bracket amps lighted the room On a line be t ltJ the range hung certain working huts newly washed and drying In the h at Ant nia climbing the stairs with a dull weight at her heart held the picture in mind seven hearty Jolly now > stalwart in white shirtsleeves prosperous bachelors all homeless but r ar rrpp Truly America made changes In lC hitf oapbNrrilh food and lilgn wages store clothes iron stoves th mines twostory houses all these v Tf a matter of course Xobody but JinHf gap a thought to the silvered t iri > y fields the string of peat smoke n + t th + nostril the stork s nest on the that + < h at hum The language to be t ar was still Lithuifth but the chil Tfii s very voices took on strange in t1 atiuns in this foreign land But now she Antnnina had come to A...

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