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THE EVENING WORLDTUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912.
STUB THEIR TOES
ON EXCISE SNAGS
State Bond Takes a Hand in
Attack on the Martin
I CATXDKNCES TOO 'WET.
Viggles, Bunnies and Grizzlies
Lubricated by Drinks
Wis -X3atoawt hew" at T,oii1s rtln's
testairrant, Broadway and Forty. second I
street, wbleh tat for several month I
provided olveeston for New York' Jaded '
nppotXe, l Id dancer of sudden sad
Hummavr Oermlnsttlon. It nan fallen tin- j
aer uo nan or tit Stat Department of
The ahow wu in ruU M.at laat nlrht.
in canarat room toeing- crowded to tha
door, but the managers of tha place
wr to-day served with nejpvs by th
Kxclee Department, and within twenty
days answer nyuit be made to th
department, to ahow why tha reataur
.mt's license and its bond of O.W should
tint be forfeited.
New Yorker are beeomtnar mora dtffl-
lilt to amuse every rear, aad til
' absj-et ahow" at Lout Martin' waa
-in attempt Do provide aametrdnc new.
MAURICE'S WEIRD PRANCING W
And, from the first night tables in too
' abaret." which 1 on th fourth floor
f the building, have been at a premium.
Tat ainglng waa nothing- remarkable. It
t as th dancing that mainly attracted
d Maurtoa and bis blond
i ne crowa.
p.irtner ware the magnet
Maurlc is the protagonist of the new
danoe wMh have been Ui subject of
i-onTatiatlon and litigation ever gtnea
t y attracted attention Among the
anca as -Th Orlaaly Bear," "The
Buaay Hug." 'The Tonga," "The
Harem Slide," "Th Vienna VlgMe" and
th famous "Turkey UroL"
But th Bads Department frowned
upon them. It aent Inspector to the cab
met to mingle with tha money spender
and th "win openers" and, lncldent
elly. to took ovr thing with a calm,
. old. official aye. Bight or ton agents
il'lted tn place nt various times and
-when they went away they reported un
favorably, so th "Cabart Show" is
likely to end
The speclfl" chtrge against the place
U that llcjuor li s.iUl thara on Sunday,
that liquor Is sold ofter the lerai rloa
li.sf time-that la, between I 0'cloek and
in th morning -and also tliar tn
inanauers have permitted 'he restaurant
to become disorderly by having dances
whlall are, at least, tuggastlvt.
INSPECTORS FOUND THAT CAB
ARET COMES HIGH.
The excise Inspectors, by the way.
reported what they had epent In the
Jilace, and thcNn were the pr!- s thy
eny they were charged: For a drink of
whiskey. 40 rents; for cocktails. So
cents, and fcr a rin'. of Apolllnaris, o
cen t .
I.ouin Martin's place has had a
Tailed career It started as the t'afe
d" I'opera and nnounoamani was made
a he t no one would be served unless he
were In evening -lothes. New York
snood for that Ju! a little while and
then not tired of III regtftOtlon. Trade
fell .iff and the Sheriff closed the houa.
Later Louis Martin look it over and It
lias flourished ever since.
Louis Martin ' laj proftised utter
Ignorance of nn steps of ihe Mate
authorities against hla establishment
"T have not been i red with papers."
gu- said. "Morenveri :e c-otr-is h.ix-
gacantl decided laat the cabaret show
givn it my place li iot i public exhi
bition, f'ut an artistic and litrht enter,
gglnnienti parmlftlble In an exoliulvg
COST HIS DAD $700,000!
gjubway Builder Tells In Court
How He Speni Fortune iistab
lishiiiR Son as Broker,
How ne parted with
a-On.nfln In trying to "
guislnens was told bote
Stifgtr In Pan in
something 01 er
hl son up In
Iu tie New-
f the Muprem
Court to-day by Albert liallatlii W.ierl
ar. who said Oft the witness atand that
lie "daeigndi laid out and constructed"
the Chicago subway.
Mr. Wheeler was a witness on lehrtlf
or his son. Albert Oatl itln Wheeler )'
jrhote wife was Miss Claudia Cat'letedt,
pnown iu iter actreai days as -'the ratty
gdrl In the red tight. She Is now en
Stavonng to K' t deore for 110,000 In-
gtead of ti,oi") a -ar alUnony,
"Von have been maintaining your
gon since I, It. Ruasall S t', went out
-af business, have yon not "" Attorney
John v. Bouvler Jr, asXed
"Yes,'' sai'l XI I' Win eler
j. h. Kusseii a fo. tva the channel
e&sed by younn Wl I"1 iTi his effort. .,
et into bUinSN." which, h hi;,-,.
gJOt hllll hll fOt t one.
Justice Nawburger took th -i teatlon
trf alimony undei HdVlaement, saying
ghat he thomtht he could prepare n
derision Thursday, stitch will he .1
legal holiday. Vouna Wheeler i 'inite
gu anxious to liaV III 10,000 11 year
gjlluony r edUOSd as his wife Is Ul have
gl Increased Me I'l.ntend he la with
taut any means whatVr, IgV th
liounty of his father,
ifaft to Lead . I'airlck I'aaennl.
gfAJUIINOTON, l-'eb. 20. Prestdani
S"ft told Mayor Fitggersld of Boston
griterday that he would p'.r a hntrak
fry the lapel uf his coat, look around t :
a good ihlllelari and nde at tbi hagn
Bf the 8t Patrick' I f and Kvacua
gton l3' parades when ' e 'rilis Boiloh
an Mondy, March U.
WOMAN BADLY WOUNDED
IN A FURIOUS BATTLE
WITH CAT IN FLAT
"IAD CAT FIGHTS WOMAN
AND HUSBAND IN FLAT.
Mrs. Sdmeider Sent to Hospital
With Severe Wounds After
Encounter With Animal.
In a furious battle with a gaunt, half
starved cat that entered their flat. No
M Kast One Hundred and Thlrty-1:h
street, in search of food early to-day
Mrs. Anna Schneider wax ao badly bit
tan and scratched that he was aent to
the I.ln. -o n Hospital, .md her btiaband
.Samuel suffered severe bite on the lea"
Mr. Schneider a awakened by cries
of her fourteen-month old ohlld Charles,
who slept rn Nie next room with Ml
three year-old brother Daniel. As she
entered the room the rat apt-ane; upon
her. She screamed and foiurhl the anl
H' rWllt hand, fac, a,K' ,:ht ,e
........ ..r.. lt- tibMbp urA
Mrs. Marie 8c-hen. k. ids mother-in-law
came lo the rescue, but fell back when
she- rat attacked them.
T.ie screams of the family drew Fo
Mceman Oala'.ian. He ran Into the flat
and the eat sprang at htm. Calaha
choked the animal to death.
MEXICAN FEDERALS ROUT
REBELS AT SANTA MARIA
IN SIX HOURS' BATTLE.
Zapatistas Make Stubborn Fight
Under Fire of Machine Guns
Prison Mutiny at Puebla.
MEXICO CITY, Feb. 20. After
battle which lasted from i o'clock I
the morning until noon yesterdy
town of Santa Maria, -.line miles to the
north of Cuer.i.ivacs, III the state f
Crelo. which nus been the scene of
half a dcren recent encounters, wi.s
taken possession of and held by the
Fedora 1 troona.
A force of Z.ipatlstai had entrench d
Itself strnnsiy to awai; the attack by
the Federal soi liers, who advanced in
two columns supported by machine (runs
and mountain arUUery. Tne rebels held
ttnaoiousty 10 their poBittoni but egra
finally driven out and forced to retire.
The Federal corkmunder reports that
a eaptaln waa allied itnd taran or hi
n.er wounded The r oei loei is not
JULIA MARLOWE ILL.
actress I ndertfoee tlprratlun on
Throat In la ashlnalon llospllal.
gpeil tn The l.'Mlirip Wrld),
WABMtNOTON, Feu. 20,-JulU -Ma -OWi
who. with her liusband, !i II.
Sot hern, played .ere Ir.n week, is rest
ing to-dy after a llght operation ye,
tetiti;. the KptaVopal Rye, liar and
Throat Hospital. The operation wai
painful but no: dangerous. It was per-
formed ' - mo a throat affection of
Ioiir itandlng Mlaa Marlon's iin re
join the ''ontputiy next nroek. Iter
UnderitUd I now appealing 111 her
"' 1 1
ARE DAILY RECEIVING NEW MODE1.S OF
WOMEN'S SUITS AND DRESSES IN THE
VARIOUS FASHIONABLE MATERIALS.
ARE PREPARED TO OFFER
BOYS' CLOTHING AND GENERAL FURNISHING?
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
AN INSTCTION f-
Jtnij Xuxxax, 34tlj tutu
GETS A LAUGH ON
I Enjoyi Efforts of Reporters to
Interview John Temple
Graves After Conference.
After motoring in from OyOtOf Hay
last gventngi Coi, Tittoeera Raoaivali
spent toe night at the home o' ,1 West
Rooesvelt, No. 11" Fast Till: t -first
street, and naiked to his off! e to-dsy
HI lit-at visitor was John Temple
ilraves. editor of the Atlanta tleoiwiaii
Mr Ortavgg spent aa hour with t'ol
ROOaevell When he appenied f'om the
finer aanctUOl he was linmediatnly be
sieged by reporter. The irolonel. who
followed Mr ilraves out. enloyed tin
spactaole of a noaapaper man belnc
held up by hll own craftsman for a
This Is certainly a case of the biter
being bit." chuckled the Colonel. "It
reminds :n of the atory Mark
Twain', waa It not" of th plumber
going into the drug store, or of the
burglar who entered a couotry news
paper office, wan caught by the editor
and escaped only with hi clothes."
SEES A COPY OF THE COLUM
Mr. Graves said he had bean Shown a
draft the speech to be delivered by
t'ol. Hoosevelt at Coluirtbu to-morrow.
"A most interesting speech, and I am
sura It will create a lot of interest,"
aid Mr. ilraves.
WiUlam H Nelson, owner of the Kan
sas City Star, who has had several con
ferences with the Coionei, waa another
caller at the Roosevelt offices this morn
ing. "The Republican candidate to be j
elected must tarry every State west of
the Mississippi River. said Mr. Nelson
after th confrence. "Mr. Taft can
not carry a atngle one of those Statei
and Col. Roosevelt Is the onb Hepubll
oan who can."
When asked a to a recently publ'fher
interview In which Mr. Nelson alleged
lie was misquoted, he was unable to
point out a single line that was not cor
rect. After trying to find come error
Xtr. Nelson gave It up and dlsouaseii
it her matter.
Col. Roosevelt appeared to grow- nerv
OUg as the day progressed. XXIien he
came out to see the reporters after hi
conference with Mr. Nelson he wss
without the usual broad smile.
"I have nothing to sny and I do not
want you to ask me question." he said
He did finally y that hi visit to
Roaton would be to see personal friends
and that he would not malt a speech
OFF FOR MEDITERRANEAN.
Camilla nll lax
That the tide of wi-.ter travel to the
XIeditrranesn and Bgypl ha. jio? bee
halted by the local rise In temperatnr
n Since 1840 has been
Itnown a a -tomach
twaatener nni bown
K- regulator of uniiitui
merit. It's the same re
Irted a-ticle to-day that
It wai-. when your irrand
parent nsked for it. Be
ware of bulk magnesia.
Look for the blue wrap
per. At all reliable ilruU.
He careful Id taking nmcnesln. Moa
ner, a welshed ou: to .oil in bulk Is ceeM
and gritty. Itubnd'l Celad Mnsnesla
is sold only In bottles. For all stomach
disorders there is nothing to ,-o.ua! It.
Alwsvs iemiiibi'r when buj ills niHjtaesia
to ask for ltusDand'a.
AT MODERATE PRICES
THE Mint; 19 IN VI (ED
33th, jrtrwls, 2Cau flmfc.
nil shown to-.lny by Hi firm rabln '
( uasscnaer list of the ' 'unar.lr OaTOAja,
whleli .ulled for tllhralt ir, QgflOO and
.pies. mere were :..n nrst-class pas-
.enters bound for warmer cltmee:
Oi'i'iipyini; Ihf fines t suite on the,?
Mttp were Mr ant Mr. William Quit'
I then Gardner. They were married on
Keh 14, Mm. Gardner bavin leen
Marlon Mdlth Heajan. daughter of .lames
IV n.-iran of the Knickerbocker Hotel,
j Mr. Uardiier Is Hrltleh Vice Omul In
. ". . .
inr .-viie iriD nnc proceed to rar e ami i
, i nibliMi u.. ..... M . ti,..,
t be joined In Palii two month hetnee
by Mr ami Mrs Rtgnn, who will ac
ci.mpany them back aoine
DANCE FOR ELEVATOR MEN.
Reception at ratal Harden a Hear-
I fur lick Fund.
'Die tnenty-tiilrd annual etiteitnin
ment and reception of the New York
Kievator Operator' Betsefti a anode
'ion win be held to-morrow evening i
Palm Sargeti In Fifty-eighth street,
near Lexington avenue. Till ortanlaa
jtlon i made ip .,r men of atnadi
nor-.a and coo! jiMftnent who operate
the elevators g u,s ggya, rapara of the
The piceedw f the
wMI be devoted to the
The World's Greatest
Fourth Ave. at 24th St., N. Y.
Location l'wo eOOfi from 'iilnl SI reel Sllhwny;
One block nut of Metropolitan Tnwer.
What Is a
fV'lt selling ilks direct frmii our mills to the
consumer at ninntifuctiin'r's prlcea bus
Wrought forth innumeruhlc silk sale announce
incuts in the daily papers.
'J'hc nnnounceineiits arc iinpn'ssivc. tlc claims
arc lig and the difference between "former
prices" and selling prices is really ten national.
Hut test the claims mid compare I be varieties
and prices with whut you will find at our whole
The "former prices" have nothing to do witli
selling values, since we have opened our whole
sale store to the buying public.
""l'lt mill-to-coniiumer prices have revolll
t ionized the selling of silks in New York
"it y. We have created a new Htsndsrd of values
which can be equalled only by manufacturers
with our equipment selling direct to I be consumer.
For widest varieties, for latest styles, for cm-Iii
' siveness mid for real economy, comparison will
prove that this store stands supreme in silk
Rogers Thompson Givernaud Co.,
Fourth Avenue at 24th St., N. Y.
ROSENBAUM & CO.
tO He 18 WEST 2399 STREET
ANNOUNCE FOR TO-MORROW
First Showing of New
Lingerie, Tunic & Coat Waists
Exact Copy of $5.00 Models.
Made of pretty allover Embroidery and
trimmed with Cluny and Val. laces and
Several attractive models to select from.
WILL CLOSE OUT
85 Tailored Winter Suits
Comprising Every Winter
former prices up to $40.00.
Nona Exchanged None
I FURNITURE, CAR PETS, RUGS AND BEOOINC I
at the ONE LOW PRICE
CASH 85 LI BERAL CREDIT!
There will be
i fe.osloiial talent, mid I'ruf. Cooper'
ihMtra "HI f;irnisli tho tniis.-
How Society Woman
Wards Off Wrinkles
"Wrinkles rr nut strangers 10 me
, . , , t i, ,:.i:.Ir,.i,
Inn alien 1 acciuuc IUCB clnliguri inriiti
I know how to lose I beni 111 a hurry
A well-known society matron ronfided
this to me. I hail wundereil how he,
with her itNMOVI OCiaJ ilulie. and
late hours, could so lOWptetgia ward
off the usual marks of care anil ilis.i
pillion "I don't wear wrinklen Iu pulilii , nor
those horriil rings beneath I lie eyes. "
she cxinlinuril, "since I've lriirned what
plain, ordinary saxolite will lo When
nnv of thine hateful murks appear. I
ictiil ti the ilrug slon- for an ounce of
powdered snxoliie ami a hall pint nl
Witch he"'1 I "I ""'
face in lite -olulion ami lhat' lh
whole acfe I I've never Iried anylhing
that works " mira' BaOUal M thll
i. inclined to donhki t lii- Ironblt, loo
I n 1
in cluc k In Hi sami
Dean In Ton n Talk
iSBUR PA R K
ln 81 ck 7.50
C. O. D.
F mon ej l(hon -m Ami f i tn rrr1 r.nnr P0Vr
Inrjs a' nonr-to sern i-n. -b lrftttBt bai-
aTBlna ..ff..r-.,1 it mnn.. mOftlli
Prices Hold for This Week Only
Big Savings Like This:
Boyal W I 1 t on
atuas 111(121, tiar
ku a r a n ted fur
tine, Icinn service
wutoa T.lv.t Bugs C'xl
Value cct tin- irlve
Renulnrly l! , no. r-
clll I til
Boyal wtitnn nuii 111, eslrn high
i le; nf Oriental magnificence. xi:i.ie
ic last Htsiima: ac t-
uai i nine iie.es, .n
ei eedltygt) prenl bar
Wilton Velvet Carp.t. With or Wltltaul
liunilaont hcir.lcru .i ninti'li. Or.ll-
narlly II. 10 rardi reducer!
.'i r- e, in 'luitliiK niiiklns,
UriltiK 'an I la Itiir
Axtiilntr C-iiiets, In bitting fie
famou xi ..nil r. ii anil aavonnerlc
ui .i.les Worth II T.'. ; ar l
aplendld h.crir.iin puce.
Including i . .ii k- liniiiK
in. I laving
Tap.strj Briiss.is Oarpst, 10-wlre;
hc'st made enywnern; l,wt
yard ml in anerlal price. In OA
fiudiiiR uinking, lining ami OvC
Buy now at your oaelnf. DllTrl
mad. when you ay.
stak.i of Carpets for Half a Century
"t i KM
West Mill St.
let. Mh ami th Avs
anbway ami Hudson Tunnels.
The fond fur all work,
mental or physical, is RL v.
Also more nourishing ami
easier to digest than any
Hner without irritation, and
clear thinking brain arc the It jits
ol Kice eating.
I very finest quality
Cleaned, Uncoated, Absolutely
Pare White Head Rice
Packed only in
bag with our
10c per lb. at
B. FISCHER CO.
lapoct'ii N.w York
Sis. Hits Qsaliiy
I'll. II A I .ml Ici-lnrrciw, l-ebruar.
-cilli and Bi. lie -hull lisve on sale
-eieral liuiiclrecl slnale -I ..ne IManiuml
Ulna, at lice aticivr Helahl. ami ullees.
Rtsrs our Kill -land I lie lest .nil has
a sn.r.iiteeil .sine t nr.rlc ilculile
.iir iirlc rv. I he Silll ulir oral III.
inndfl tia.e the aiiiiear.iii-r f one and
iie-tmlf carat cliainctinU. Ker Ula
nccliil hu. heen rut will, a l.rae .lireiiU
of -iirfac-r. I he can he relumed uithln
unserve the y sight, umi urlsea
.nine of cnir oilier "sure I.I llUnmnd
illiis." that ivlll hr cm -ule Willi It,.
'" aareeiiieril . eiun.llc a. ihrsit.
7 anil l-U I arm. W.-.."ll
I and Ms
:t nod I .
J Hill I
I I H.
. 1 1
I umi fag
I 111. 1 .t-st
I .n il I '.
- and r. Hi
I and :t-M
I unci I -j
I anil .1-111
I and USi '
r,-H cr a earal
I aud l-li;
.1-1 I -II I si it
I -'4 of 1, c .rat
n-l 1 -ci 1 f a
s nf i. c-nrat
C HAKLES A. KEENE
iii.iutnnilw iiti'hgi), .eit t-irv,
180 Broadway, . V.
All last Jeuasf articles l
.OTtlaad la Tha W orld will b.
BMaJat The World's lac.nna
sUn Kurea.. Pamser Huil.iins
Areade. rSark sowi Hcid's
roseoin OrTlre. a.irlhws.1 ,
Bar BHth at. ...t Snalsui
World's Hailicm Office Mil
Waal 136th Nl.. aad WyelS's
o-oealra Of rle., asSWasatsaf
lua Hi.. Brseklrw, far 80 daw.
r.lUartas tlni asraasSa sat U.
P p l
1-4 Carat. $10
3-4 " 2Q
1 " 30
i w- i . -s. L-aw e
( rm n
R. H. Ma-v Co.'
Every Department Excelling Itself
Our prices all the year around for reliable quality
merchandise are admittedly lowest in the city. But this is
not HMUgtl for us. When these Anniversary occasions
come around we feel that we ought to J' something even
more than we usuall do. Ever) buyer is instructed to
exen hints?) I lo thai end.
The result of this general co-operation is to be found
in a combination of values such as are lo be found in no
other house in the ciu .
Practically ever) manufacturer with whom we do
business joins with us in making this event a record suc
cess. It is not an occasion tor making profits. It is an
occasion for inakins friends.
HIGH CUT SHOES
Note the Difference in Our
in ti,e InaMtaaal Bjana
'An tines. in itn ila .11,1..
t-.it I Rise, au to it.
S'at.lltl. iu.i -,. 1 .. l. i
c ii1, m .- av.tiT. Is
lead ..1 pa mi
Made ova 1 shapely
short Vamp. lli;ii-tv
last, with welted soli-,
1 I'rM Oitk leal Ivr.
in patent leather or
in metal leather w ifli
1 it in Biiai
e 1 ,i, .
. nf m.tiT
, talt Valurs
MARQUISETTE $2 97
ii 11. nntn .
1) u-cit tntin ' . iiv tiioii
tlii s msom. hi t'i mi in i: 1 i.ii iino ; 1
Th bui'l lirnds c.l Mre.i'i-in ( liny
whicli Ir m A' r iH eettll we ii Irt
haul 'ert I Mlnwaill 'eylli f .ei rli
callar, ii -r reund yeka -n I sitapi ilthtf
aid of renlre an I ate ul line V.-laiv-
I'inrr Wa re.i train l-'nnch
modfh, up to fSS.SO, Afi bettn
ones tavlthly hand-embroidered.
A ffttuMook Wi iMftnurted with
Valrneiennn thai graduatet Into
tiny frills, is tt.Wfi. A Marqui
sette Mouse, with wide bias band
nf marquisette Kuirurr. is IJ.34
MEN'S CORDED MADRAS SilttrS, 79c
Qualities that Sell Elsewhere for 31.50 and $2.00
alit'iit this price
their ! i! ' I tttitl .
SHIRTS TO MEASURE in
tin in exclusive with V.
madras, up to $10.30 In
porttA by us from France,
HAND FRAMED SILK
re art' .his i lumber surt -
Sfi thi ise if
Ciocrib ctfld Accotdioii Weaves. Every Piece a WorkolArt
rti ik. Mi- lo hp crin(uae1 with th ordinary evcry-day
i.i. nil tin mwhlnr-msilf In ureal qiuntttlsi at a time
.1 (rsniisi ties ire in, i hiiht operated frame that ac vimmotlstes
liirei lien at .t lime, unl .. 11 . heii made h anyone operator per day.
I'tierp inootll ;. ii' itn these lies that you will stl-
' find i -i I w'aln EES lesf
VISIT "0LD-FaSHI0NED MACY'S
A New Departure, to Which Our Entire Sixth Floor
Is Given Over.
Attract ont Ar Their Low frier.
Prices and Prices Elsewhere
Th.' new washable sub
stitute for Buckskin.
Mitde ovi-r ;i ne-.it.
wvll lupxllast. W-.-ited
solesol bmtaak ici'hcr.
Leather Cuban htvls.
N -.it rxnor.itio 1 around
fee ci.d S'liMr. Near i
rail n .item
in I t .... 1 ,.. I
nir tsHssUr "lUiht
lasts, lntii ,tur,
11 iMlnti una
11 itaia ii .t. c
f'Oiir navy s,-r;
Ing in froni to o 11
s, 1 i.,i MM M'wjniVU
I ii I, all fasten
1 to, .nid wahout
cor. 1 in 'irJI.- -;1 v t: ' .
1 rerduro. ie-j, iislTini to ana
(Ma with lalin Ini: Black latin
cnll.r an ! (Ms eat in nteitapninf seintj.
2 rill 1 rre, It "r. -d , tf tin fie
norell) , Ur, e . j.id culb. Ofr
lappir. : ul i lasls-ilei with peiii-cra'.icd
butter. ; : 'i.nVv.nii'c of ta'rl.
3 fUAU i mmmi -l. ...I.-. I -
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of Colonial Uy'.et, how.ng rnf
tied tklrtt, frilled lace leevet.
fichu i, and scalloped or pinked
ban ts. From il9. 4toSI24.00.
Fast co or .tripes black
and white, bLe and white,
' 1 node r nod white, also fancy
ii,ured stri; es. All sites 14
Coat model: both plaited
and pljin negligee.
Square cults attached.
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tl9W Sprint patterns, many of
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