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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 24 January 1903

dOODWIN'S WBBKLY. 9 'IIB Minifig JVote: THEiSSHOOL OF MINES. When two farmers own five acres of land each, In the uesert, and jointly own a stream that sup plies just enough water to irrigate five acres, the result is, generally, an all summer's quarrel and no crop for either farmer. One thinks of that while watching the struggle between the Univer sity and Agricultural College for the appropria tion for the school of mines, and the attempt to divide it if it cannot all go to one school. Our thought is that it should not be divided, that it should all go one way, and that a first class school should be built up. If later it seems well to have another school, and the state becomes rich enough to support it, all right, but not now. As to which school should have the appropriation now, it seems to us that the right idea was enter tained by the Constitutional convention, when it piovided how such a school might be established. It foreshadowed attaching the school to the University, and ...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 24 January 1903

We' K $$ 10 GOODWIN'S gfBBKLY, HI ' ill r ' " II 'II '" Qualifications of Mr. Smoot. Im ; TUo deserving of Mr. Reed Smoot for the po- m sition of United States senator has provoked so A Si!! 1ItUo discussion ,and received so little attention fmm a5' to occasion comment among a few persons IjB ft111 foolish enough to believe that aspirations "for J ill H1G 1)lacG sould bo backed either by merit that is i( claimed, or by merit that is admitted. j'ftjl ' While the election of a few United States sen- jjfhf tors has provoked such wide discussion, it is dis. iHj tinctly noticeable that neither the friends nor the !mI foes of the apostle have had much to say as to ilii hjs .qualifications. The opposition has been cen- I ! tjBred in the fact that he is one of the Twelve f H Apostles of the Mormon church, and while, in the SjU ; main, they seem ready enough to concede the Jh man's personal purity and individual observance jlji ; of the law regarding polygamy and polygamous l'l ' ' associati...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 24 January 1903

GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. n L'H What is a Symphony. By Arthur Shepherd. Classical music is a term very much misunder stood. To a great many people it is significant of high sounding or rather loud sounding music, with a multiplicity of notes. The term "classic" bears the same relation to music as it does to litera tme in that it refers more directly to the form or structure of the composition, rather than to its style or import. There is, or should be, as much symmetry in a good musical composition as there Is in a beautiful architectural structure. Was it not Madame de Stael who styled architecture as "Frozen Music?" Whatever her meaning may have been she must have sensed the structural beauty of music in order to think of it as architecture of any kind. To many, the question of form has no place in their contemplation of the beauties of the tone world; yet, matter of fact as it may seem, the indisputable truth remains that most of the veiy greatest music in the world is built and per fect...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 24 January 1903

B;, 12 GOODWIN'S WHeKLY. I Sporting Life. So fur as chicken lighting is concerned in this city it's a poor business, according to Tommy Mc- j Keever and "Kid" Heusen. The two doubled up with Mac and the pair endeavored to pull off a cocking main in the cellar of the Harmonie sa- i loon last Wednesday night. t Biros from Bingham were fetched here to compete with Salt Lake "gaffers," but owing td the solf-assertiveness of a couple of sergeants of po lice, the "gaff" was thrown into the sports. One . .. reason for the "bulls" getting wise to the game I was the freeness with which the affair was ped- ! died about the city. No one but a deaf and dumb , man, without pad or pencil, could have over- jt looked the fact that a cock fight was being '1 framed up. r The pit was fixed up in regulation style. The S1 birds were in fine fettle. The "Knights of the Ijl ( . Star" blew in five strong. Three of them got in a BE draught and were blown out. Two, however, ' S stuck and refused to. let anyt...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 24 January 1903

GOODWIN'S WBBKDY. 13 -,,, B Qualifications of Mr. SmootConiinuedi the will of God that Brother Cannon shbiild be elected United States senator from Utah; it also explains why such Democrats as Able John Evans voted to elect Republican and Apostle George Q. oannon 10 the United States senate. And it explains further, why Apostle Smoot, having failed to earn the place by party service, having neither towering business strength nor striking mental qualities, nor the advantage of long devotion to his cnurch, is, nevertheless, the almost unanimous cnoice of a Legislature elected by the jlormon people. And when he takes his seat the Mormon lead ers, after years of effort, will have triumphed and "forced down the throats of the United States congress" one of their own, in revenge for the expulsion of years ago. Churches neither forgive nor forget Christ's injunction to the contrary notwithstanding. THE PESSIMIST. SCIENCE OF HOME-MAKING I Why So Successfully Studied and Practiced In Califor...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 24 January 1903

HB.i a l Umftm ' ' jt u 0OODWIN'S W-B-BKLY. II Roofing Pitch, I XFU Removal Sale Portland Cement, ifl ----- LUMBER n i 1 Plastering Hair, I f ! : SSSd Mouldings, ali irtods of Building Material I I i Builders' Hardware, at' JReduoed Prices fo GO days. ji ; Lath. I ) j! . Table Legs, I ilj ; SS3U Parker JLumher Co. I I1 j' ) Porch Balisters HI i Porch Brackets'. Cor. 3rd West & 2nd South Sts., Salt Lake City. I it ' ' " 1 I : I 1 ,K ( THOMAS HOMER;ILcssee , and) Manager, I j j I 0(r,MinDeseretNal I IjIjS TCIEPHONE 142. CAPITAC $7S:000-.OOl I lilli i . 1 PI H fMBBBKfirallMli Complete Line of electrical fixtures and Sbadee. Prices and Stock Right. See Our Stock Before Purchasl.j .St MAIN STREET. I Ml' mi - " """ " " I jlfjlJ -.-.-,..,..,.. .-. --.... .-I -i -. -l --! .l .l -l.-i -- .-I-.-..-...-. -. .. -v- -. -. . m niMJlttlflUt1MMtJMLMM B If t ' L I !f , ! R- H. OFFICER & CO., SiT IcT-Trr" !l , - IN 0KCcfiOM Cyanide Method. J ill ! ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. Chlorination Method. I...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

Goodwin's Weekly. 1 Ijljli Vol. II. ' SAM? LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 31, 1903. No. 12. olBl C. C. GOODWIN, Editor. j. T. GOODWIN, - - r - Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OP GOODWIN'S WEEKLY, Including postage In the United States, Canada and Mexico, $2.00 peryear; 81.00 for six months. Subscriptions to all foreign countries within the Postal Union, S3.50 per year. Single copies, 5 cents. Payments should bo made by Check, Money Order, or Registered Letter, payable to Goodwin's Weekly. Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly. Entered at thoPostofllce at Salt Lako City, Utah, U.8.A., as second-claps matter. P. O. Boxes 1074 and 1020. 'Phono 301. 217-230-231 Commercial Club Bldg. Salt Lake City. THE LIGHTS OF SCIENCE. In the realms of science the new century is turning on strange and brilliant lights with a rap idity which promises more miracles and more blessings to men than any preceding century has produced. If the discovery of Dr. Barrows of New York fulf...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

HI , ..... i a M . im 1 1 m ft I to debar a man from holding office, and all Amer- fmm I V leans will subscribe to it unless there Is some- mm I M thing in the religion professed which is a menace L i to our tree institutions. Right there is where 1 m Apostle and Senator-elect Smoot's trouble begins, Uj. jjl because religion, like everything else, must be if jja subject to law. To reason that religious freedom j jl means that no matter what a man does, if ho only ft i'i does it because his religion dictates it and that jlj must not be questioned, is to say that liberty is but license, and that our boasted freedom is but a I ) 1 rope of sand. i 1 When it is said that Apostle Smoot is a be- ( K liever in the faith of the creed of Latter-day fijil Saints and that is his own affair, we all agree to ? ;ij i it. But when Apostle Smoot puts aside his priest- 1 Iy office, turns politician and has an obedient leg- 1 i islature elect him to the Senate of the United 11 ' ffi c States, then it ...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

H IB H Hi I OODWIISTS WEEKLY. 3 ' yeais. Neither of the others could he finished H undpr from seven to twelve years. B The Mandingo can carry through 288 ships u dail.v ; the other from twenty to twenty-five ships. H The Mandingo can pass a ship through, day or night, in five or six hours; the otners would re qiiiie fifteen hours of daylight. We hope it is this pamphlet which has prompt ed the treaty and that it is the Mandingo canal that the authorities are making arrangements to begin work upon. It is quite possible that Presi dent Roosevelt is dreaming of attending, while yet President, the ceremonies of opening this canal to the world's commerce. It may be stated that the overland railway companies are not in love with the prospect, but the West rs growing rapidly; they will all do well enough. MR. WATTERSON'S SPECULATIONS. It is not very profitable to try to speculate as to what Mr. Lincoln's course would have been had he lived through his second term, for it was not to be. Tru...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

Hi! 1 1 ! fa"ft'faSBBMHMP In i D w ! K JpMHBiHH8i. I'l The "Easjr Boj-j " -cfs. ' MIIIIIBI I ! 1 Ambftfothf 9HH I (Special Correspondence.) It Is well that those who take their politics se riously should keep their eyes on New York from now until the time conies again to nominate a Republican candidate for the presidency. Nowhere are there such scientists in the game of politics h as in Now York, and never before not even in I the days when President Garfield met Senator I Conkling in a contest for the mastery of the BJm- I pire state have they matched themselves in such 1 an absorbing struggle for supreme power. The highest rewards that the people can bestow are In the balance and every part of the country will be affected by the result. It is the old struggle of youth against age red j blood against the craft that remains when the limbs are withering. President Roosevelt, the strenuous man who has made himself a president, Governor Qdell, who was the only man whom Senator Hanna wo...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

GOODWIN'S YBBKDY. 6 yM the Senate, and three Senators wjio are need ed to make a Republican majority are holding out from the Piatt forces and consulting with the gov ernor every few days. The governor has posted friends in practically every important office and Is planning to sieze the railroad commission, which holds the lash over all the big transporta tion companies. In Washington the President is taking every opportunity to appoint men to olflce in New iTork who may be relied upon to stand with him when the time comes. All this will come to a test in the primaries this year and next. There will b& a bitter fight all along the line for control of the organization. It will be particularly bitter in New York and Kings counties. If the "easy boss wins there will be three more political ambitions to be laid aside. B. J. Y. BEYOND GRASP. By. . M. R. The spirit evades us ever, However we strive or pray: The woman I hold in my arms tonight Is a million of miles away. Say to me: "Yo...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

mff f I1 l lll 6 OOIDWIN'S WIBBKLY. I II OHh the First JVfighterf. Ng I I li ATTRACTIONS FOR WEEK OF FEB. 2ND. H ii , Monday "The Tyranny of Tears." H gll i Wednesday The Symphony Orchestra. H I j ' Thursday and Friday Anna Held in "The Lit- I bill tlc duchess." H Li 1 The Grand Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, H f "For Her Sake." H t i! 'S i55 i ii5 H i "The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch." H f li t After wading through the marsh of amatory H m - passion in "Zaza" and "Sapho," it was a great rd- H ijpj; lief to see "The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch." A very H ' I h I sad relief, it is true, but a relief nevertheless. H i" 1 ' With all of its depth of suppressed emotion, and H ;' i with all its really harrowing circumstances, the H Ij JK , life of Mrs. Hatch, and the people who came into Hj J i( i it were natural. H & j I ; Distressing as it is, this "Unwelcome Mrs. H A w Hatch" is not a heroine of paint, and powder, H. ;;;, Ij, and emotional hips; there is nothing dubious about H ' i ' the color o...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

m 9BH I 9 I OOODWIN'B WEEKLY. 7 ' , ' M Filday night. If such an arrangement prevails, there will be lots of disappointed theatregoers. -., & & ip "PRINCESS CHIC." Musically "The Princess Chic" is an entertain ing little opera, but it is pleasantest to forget, the wit in its logey lines. It isa good performance, though, with a lot of pretty music scattered through it. and the chorus, and the costumes are very refreshing. Vera Michelena is sweet, and so is her voice, but it lacks the strength which will probably como in a year or two. Our old friend Forest Huff has risen much in po sition and ability, since he sang with the Wilbur Kerwin tear starters, and he gives a finished per formance. He was in fine voice Thursday night, and his friends gave him loud greeting.' Albert Mahar has rather humorous legs, but his attempt at comedy through other sources than those, are painfully flat. Joseph C. Miran as Brevet, soldier of fortune, was the hit of the piece, and was given very au...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

Hill 8 GOODWIN'S WBBKLY. I Hfly S , - I HI " III Society Brents of the tOeeK Ilil Is it true that a war is about to rage between jl the young society matrons, and the unmarried ji young women in the smart set9 j j The woman question has often been a serious ; problem, but this war is to bo over the man ; li I question, and numberless ears will be kept, burn- ;' jl ! ing tor many days. The news of the war was M I introduced by a bon mot dropped at a dinner the i HI other evening. In telling a story one man said of another, "he l ; desn't know any more about so and so, than l ; he does about selecting a wife." ) ! "Pardon me," interrupted the host, "you mean ) in ! whose wife to select?" J "There it goes again," said an indignant young B ' 1 1 lady, "that eternal reference to the young wives. I !. HI , "I'm' not ashamed to say, I'm sick and tired or it. B IJ m They're having a peach of a time all the time, B ' jil and we have to fight for fun. Cats! I don't see B ' what int he world t...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

OODWIN'3 WBBKLY. 9 ffM Mining JSfote. The insurgent victory was one of the most im pel tant events of the week just passed on the ex change. Greater excitement has not prevailed since Ralph Guthrie bid for all the Four Aces shares on the floor, and the break in the corner on Wisdom was tremendous. It was not thought that the uncollected shares could do any particu lar damage, but such was the havoc that the shorts filled at any old price, and those iong who got out at 40 cents on the dollar did extremely well. & & Mr. Peery is now president of the exchange for Hip third 'time, and in that position has always pi oven to be a most popular, and impartial of ficial. &w t tV The accident at the Quincy was most deplor ably and particularly distressing coming so soon after the other accident from the shock of which, the Park nas scarcely recovered. It should serve as a warning to other mining companies in all camps to use all possible means to prevent such accidents. The snowfa...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

SJk I 10 GOODWIN'S OTBBKIY. H fill 111 ! Salary Rcifces and ' fpping the Tajces ' I lil An evening publication with a circulation that ill ! might be increased, made some reference to cer- i ta Sanpete members of the present legislature m ' . ' which were conspicuous for their directness and H j, 1 I clearness. Substantially, the paper called them m jf i asses. Naturally the ntembers referred to were : ! indignant, and their indignation was shared by B i 1 kome others members who were of the same in- B ' b W tellectual calibre, and a resolution was introduced m 11 i which passed strictures upon the paper in question M mm for the freedom with which it expressed its views m jj(j& anent the Sanpeters in question. And, lest the B i Si i paper might not survive the censure passed upon K ''ij . I it, and doubtless fearing future generations might H j 1 1 not know what one very frank writer thought of j , i the legislators criticised, that august body B j'i ' adopted the resolution of ...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

I GOODWIN'S WBBKIV. U- Wil opportunities for corruption; for wide and more exclusive education; for everything that some grafter sees a way ot making a dollar out of with H out earning it; and net one man in the legislature M to raise his voice against it, all the public stand H ing meanwhile, like a safe old cow, and being pa ll tiently stripped of every drop of milk while there II is no one to provide her with iood out of which H she can make more. The public is a cow that yields its milk, but has to rustle tor its own fod K der. Bah, it disgusts one to think it is so sense- less as not to kick sometimes. I THE PESSIMIST. I THE WELL-BRED MAN who knows wine, says Pontet Canet when he or- ders claret. That is if he can afford it if he can't he orders something cheaper. We carry the best imported and California wines constantly in stock, E and that part of your dinner is up to you. H RIEGER & LINDLEY. CALIFORNIA FOR HEALTH. H Mild Climate, Rare Medicinal Springs and Charm ing Sce...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 31 January 1903

!' I 32 OOODWIN'S WEEKLY. I B I If ' i ; : 1 1 H ll ;, Roofing Pitch, liii "SriW Removal Sale IfjjE Portland Cement, (11 ' Acme.Cement. Plaster, Y Y Tlk. 13 "FT Z 1 Nails, , lUJVlJtStJbL M Plast'cHnji-Hair, 1 shingles. Al3d iciiads of Bunding Material l 1 1 Embossed Mouldings, " i Builders' Hardware, a JR.Gd.U.CGd TTlCGS fO SO days. ill :' Tabid Legs, . . ll wTdU Parker JLumoer Co. ', i) ' Porch Balisters, . ,., , . . . . X-,., II Porch Brackets. Cor. 3rd West & 2nd South Sts., Salt Lake City. Ill1 LTON & CO, BSSSS Hm1 ShHHH nlv eH, Pit )PTOwW CompIjKtb Link of Electrical fixtures and Shades Prices and Stock Right. See Our Stock Before Purchasing ISf MAIN STREET. jj jj J 1 lh A"l H Ml f -:4 H itTliitTHrm " MfcA " " ti,.i -m....4- a -uAm-A - a i-a xa a a.--i- - j-.m I iilin i R U OFFICER & CO On SWUM lUorlCS I ores tested by the I ll ; u "" Jr " lC,r WW-, ,mcm . Cyanide Method. J I I ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS. Chlorination Method. I if I I " Hypo " and eltir LeacWg 1 j MfLL T...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 7 February 1903

Go,win, wee., I Vol. II. SAM? LAKE CITY, UTAH, FEBRUARY 7, 1903. No. 13. IIB C. C. GOODWIN, ----- Editor. J. T. GOODWIN, - - - - Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF GOODWIN'S WEEKLY, Including postago In tho United States, Canada and Mexico, $2.00 per year; $1.00 for six months. Subscriptions to all foreign countrles-wlthln tho Postal Union, $3.50 per year. Single copies, 5 cents. Payments should bo made by Check, Money Order,, or Registered Letter, payable to Goodwin's Wkeklt. Address all communications to Goodwin's Weekly. En tercd at tho Postofflco at Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S.A., as Eecond-class matter. P. O. Boxes 1074 and 1020. 'Phone 801. 217-230-231 Commercial Ciani Bldg. Salt Lake City. VOICES FROM THE PAST. Included in a dispatch the other morning say ing that possibly Senator-elect Heyfcurn of Idaho might require a larger chair than any now in the senate, was the following: "Once the Senate had a mighty chair, specially constructed for the late Senato...

Publication Title: Goodwin's Weekly : A Thinking Paper For Thinking People
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. — 7 February 1903

m ;: Pll GOODWIN' WEEKLY. Hi I ill I calls the editor of the Provo Enquirer "a liar" and Hf .4 ! "an assinine bigot" and "servile imbecile," and 1 ill 1 more terrible still proves that he is telling the f 'lll II truth. The immediate provocation was that Mr. 1 'ilji Lawrence and Mr. White in the Legislature op- 1 I'l i posed the election of Mr. Smoot in a manly, hon- IL 111 ' est way, and the Enquirer referred to them as B i "railing against the Churcn," and to White espe- Bf ''ill ' cially "as rampant against the Cnurch," and as 1 'iii repeating "all the old fabrications and -mythologi- B 11 cal yarns he has read against the Mormons." All B ! this the Free Lance disproves by copying exactly B " g what those gentlemen did say and then proceeds B , i to analyze the character, or want of character, of B ffl I . the Enquirer editor, and to establish beyond the B 4 S I peradventure of a doubt that such editor is com- Iljlj 1 posed oi quite 98 per cent base metal. It is amus- j'ijf ' ing...

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