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THE EVENING W0RL1V, FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1912.
BULLET STOPS MAN !can a man be his voice lost,
cimNPPAPTHDF SENTENCED FOR TWO ! LIFE WASN'T WORTH
I LLLlMll Uni IUI.L I
FOR OLDSWINDLE
He Is Said to Have Fleeced
Virginia Visitor of $40 by
Pockelbook Curie.
CRIMES IN ONE ACT?
fcx-Policenun
in Odd Ltgli
Atier Serving
Himself
lituntiuti
Term.
A e,nfais..n if !, Iiii tu meer
talnlv a to iflctly 'iow ih HatUtM
L
Sang at GufTinti'S Till (treat
Sorrow Came- F ound Dead
in ( as-Filled Room.
Am onn n at In abl W w,lk, DOW j sbou I I.. I I I hi iilMil 10
Qaiiagl er will be rrlgned for working iWhl i h new i has - i; Ird an n.
th anelent "MM NHMI awi ' "
oil a Tlnltor from Virginia. WMl try
ing to eeape, l lafltsW w A -iv 1
by a ttlW from UaHl-ueiaCTiwa aw
one, may let In- the inn' of tlir lll.ir
.ill n if Oaaffla li Hiwklrn. i friimi'
poMantaan Hacked, to Hie Atnn a t reel
lire. In- 1, nh'i Ml sortlen.'.-d to two
W. Kelly of the Leonard aircet Station. -,.rni In pi ton fol burglar) and mnii'l
Kelly, paaalng lirroy anil Watt itftU .,, ... nbQ i mas -I. lared ha hi :
en a rar last night, i unwed off to wTBtafl ., criMIl ammlttaa1 '. h
two roan. noma five at nn Ml lOUnSl, M
Ma man aaawered dee.-riptlona lvtn , mmrt .1 RJlay, through i i lever use of
to thapollca y Arohl Lewi of Carlton technicalities mil ma vaguvneaa of
Town, V , who lout $40 by an aid in,. i(a under which Ho mill MaJ
wln.llln game two 4ay ago. Tha aanttncaa, ho pal .. mvi pawklns front
Virginian waa going t tha "Id Domln
ton Una ataamalilp Dlar and aw una of
tha man pick up a pOckatbOOt from the
pavement Tha Under opene.l tha book
and pulled fortti aavaral diamonds.
"Big find." commantad Lewis.
"Wish 1 coiiM turn 'cm Into eaah,"
ggd ona of tha men "Wore dead
broK" What'll vou give for tha dia
monds T"
"TTorty dollars," raplled LaWl If!
all I have "
The daal waa maila at MM ami Lwls
attack hut pureli In hla paaUM, A few
Blnutee afterward he opened the pork
etbook. No diamonds wara In It. It
contained a wadding of tissue paper.
Ib informed tha police and described
(fee awlndlere aecurataly.
For three blorka Kally rhaaad hla
wen. One of the fugitive disap
earcrt; the other ran Into tha hall of
Mo. ..v.i Oreenwtrh atrcet and atartad for
tha roof. Kelly In pursuit. At the third
floor landing the detective yelled:
"top or I'll shoot!"
The fugitive Isugissd and Kally flrad.
the bullet pissing through tha calf of
the man' right leg. lie fell In a heap
and waa overpowered.
He aeld he wae Daniel Oallagher,
twenty-three, of No. M Weat Kleventh
treet. Ha waa taken to St. Vincent's
Hospital, a priaoner, charged with
grand larceny.
Tin re w ill be an .intercurrent of
sadnaai among aoma sf tha partlclpanta
of (he usual Jollity ,i' I'.uffanli'a to
nlghl. The musician ' lha :ittle or
chestra t'lii" tliali nlrumanla In a Hie rlin'U r 'i-.ilii
minor key. the patron" l" lp their red
wine with n niomi nt of refle -tion, ftw
Mai f at). M.irno ihe a n iter, he whopr
carefree noiea and fr.i-inliv icraonallty
rtaBrmad all thi rea.te.Urant'ol hnoit'iea
and the mual lara. too KwrM the ln
eoWlpahlhl Tl lead Sun.y ymt know
; i :uffniiii . at No 171 Hnnih avenue,
pnrt of the old lioheniti grant. ng, of
courae. thin New V irk eyei had a real
Bohamia, Ve. yoi muat know (itif-
funti h. ,in I If M il know liiifFnntl'a It
fnllowa. ua a mntter of i otirae, that you
kinw M.irr-o.
Nobody knew hla oiner name No
body knew who hi wn, no" even Signor
Qtlltaiftl Mmtatfi Tli'ir wra v-agne
fttmora, talea that paaaad nmnng wall
era and niiialrlan nicl wc-e handeil on
aervlng thi BanoM of tin two terina
fount v Judi Pike of BrOOtUyei orig
inally ai-ii 1 1 ji ... I lHn Km to ii term of
not leaa than ve yeara nor more ihun
live year ami five montha on the
liarge of btlrtflary of wl.'eh he waa
rOAVlctad, and lo not 'aiaii threr
venra nor mora than three vim itnrt . , rl, pat row -tajaa, j on undi ratand.
ihne nonthi for wnnl laroatty Otlot the fl!mleat tort, vet rendly finding
which he ala. 'oml.ted. a ihinl i ' o;itance--that one lipotl a tlm
BUNTYS BOUQUET
GAVE GOV. WILSON
AWAUHHEATRE
Reveals, Nominee's Presence,
and He Has Hard Time
Escaping Crowd.
Iftdtattnetll lor receiving atolen good!
having ticcn dlaojtieaad, Vm, aincn the
prtmitr'l conviction a new law known
aa the 'olllna. Ind ti rm!n ate Sentence
LAW liaa lianii phggadi which aaftTM to
complicate the altuatlon and ha given
it'.'ev an Oaporttinlty which he haa
long aouirht of ohta.nlng a writ of
certiorari.
I'revloua application which ha
made for auch a writ were refuaed
by judgaa, hecauae they anld he would
hav to wait until hla client had com
pleted the flraj nf tha two aantencaa
which had heen Impoaed upon him.
Thla flrat aentence aaa up Inat Hitt
urdoy. and Klley loat no time In taking
hla raae before Juatlce Van Hlcklen of
the llronklyn Supreme Court to-day.
ItUey oontanded. nrat, that It waa
riot legal for hi client to have lieen
entenred to two term for the oom
mtaalnn of the two crime In one act, In
amuch a two crime In one act were
alway omaklered aa one crime before
the law. To prove thla contention he
chenl a decision of tha Anpefllate Dlv
Jalon. which had heen confirmed by tha
Hiipremo VJottH, 'condiy, the attorney
contended that a hla client had already
eerved t he term of a aentence Impoaed
upon him ihjy a court, he waa now ap
pearing before the Supreme Court aa an
ex-conict, nnd aa an ex-convlct. iimler
the Colltna law, he could he re-enteocel
only to a definite tnrm of yaara. It
might lie necaaaary, he uggeated to the
Juatlce, for hla client to be rearralgned
and sentenced by Judge iDlke.
Jiuftice Van Hlcklen. who axemed much
lmpreaaed with Jllley'a ararument. gram
eil Mm lime to file brief In the caae.
iMarreo tmd heen a person of not. 'If
a certainty he could alng thai II. irht..
hla gret aorrow came.
rJarttlnly, whoever h an, ha had
fih id In Italy from wlm n he receive 1
oi rational QOMnUfllCatiolt and of ,
MMH aealih ami MtllOtl .lo apoke IB
fieituetitiy lo thoe elaatit to him.
Some Weekl nao VII'iit tell 'i d pe i
( ullar i-hangi) in III voice hihI a dtaitu I
allj incii-a-.ng rltf llltlll! or hla tha il
chorda Sinlili olv a la Tie when h '
i 'i u lit HOI alng a" In df Bad In Ihl
.nornltig. and gray terrot gripped Nil
heart. II" rrapi out In a doc lot a
o in a he oatiM and had hi Ihroai
mined. Tho doc tot uM'ihi Ihroai w
afflicted w m Rotni quaar aralytli,
lloio'riK ifa I'gei on imVIJ n m'r imii
or the vo'i e. I lie m:I:I I III 1-1 na
. long feaet, a ' oniplei" relixa
lie aing again The docto "hiuggiil
hla Ihouldarl. Ptfhtpa, It aa hard t r
' an v. I kMlM ful. hut
Vt.i,...,. .... .1 I.. 'lull Hit 1IM.I li. '.I him
hla IfMMtl The prop 1-cory nt till
llnfltf io llo'k.iwiiv fit n It, paid all hla
vpenca ami told him to t the n I
rri. Bui at laal the time came whan
Marren BOtrid tet no Infjgtfi He f
tttfMd io t i'" I ly a week ag i and Ml
rhara had h-n no
change. Thar " aa indication hiit
there eve: w mid he a hange. M.irreo
MMM nurr alng igaln The .-Ingi r
tumbled 'iome lit a dacad cottdHlon io
Ihte ama.l riilllahed room on the third
floor of John llonanltto houae nt No
lit" Waal I'orlv-nlnth Mrrct.
For I iraal lie atmed there, going alii
only nt rare Intel vale and iiaklng morn
ing ami verrinfl If mi mull hn I eoipc
for him Ilia old filcmla at the re,
tnarani give him cheering advice, nnd
told him to hraee op Bui nlthougli he
aald llffle in return nnd did not ai I lift.
la hi troubta, ah ooutd ata that it waj
not well with him. Ill heart wa
breaking
Plnnllv when he did not get up thi
morning. Ilnlianltto went upalilr to
hla room. The proprietor amrlled gas
a he Ml pped on the 1 indlng and u
.ectel what hud happened. He aum
moned aaalatance. and broke Into the
room, where they found the lngev
dead.
TOOTZ WINS KNIFE
BOU
WITH MATTY
SCOREJH0 10
Former Pals Taken ToRethci
to Hospital After Duel
on Water Sheet.
Word paaai i round t' Bnwary MgA
Chinatown early lodt) that "TaJTa"
and '"Matty" had nal on Water afreet
and hoi, i were Hi the HottM of flellef.
The only aiirprl'e aflprataad wa that
(bay were not In the morrie.
hortly aftfr l o'clock I'll-nlmon Boa
a.art of the flak street station found
"Matty" a'ttlng on the euro at James
Klip.
Nothing a the matter.' aal I tha one
time neat Tandarloln wnlter. "I'm Just
taking a rest, that' all."
lint Boa I aft thought th.re wa pain !n
the voice If not In the word, and when
Dr. I.lvlngitnn of Hudson Street Iloa
pltal examined "Matty" In the ttlon
house ha found no feaer than fourteen
atah wound, ome very serines
"It'a nothlmt, I Jilt niet a friend,"
ld "M1ty.' nd he had barely time to
de-crlbe hlni-elf Matthew Rcllly,
twenty-all, waiter, no home, sleeping at
No. llvJ Cherry street, before he fainted.
About the name time PhliaMllan lat
lock of the Elizabeth ."trcet atatlon can e
upon "Toott" trMng lo ge' hlmaelf tlx. d
up In a drug Curf nt No. Howery.
T'ne wounded mar. were taken together
to Hudson Str-el Hospital and the po
lice had difficulty In keeping them apart
on the way. Tha score favored Toots."
though Ihe doc-ora found only ten knife
VOundJl on him
Tooti" had hlm-elt recorded as
Otorga Murray, fol ty-eveo, no occupa
Hon no home. Mccplng at No IM Cherry
trwl He la a well-known Chinatown
chnraclcr. and ha am. "Matt ' have
heen "pals," bu aoine. weeks ago
"Toott" WM seM to the Island nnd
blamad "MaMy" for his trouble. Neither
re ltd mke a emWfla to day, aaah prom
llng to "be a pal again" and "flnl-h Ilia
little matter" If he lived.
rilsorre for Mra. F. 11. tlndd.
Suprtme ','ourt Juatlce I'age yeter
day granted Mra. Adela 3tntes Dodd
a final ile n o of divorce fr.cn I" rank
B. Dodd, tii secretary of the Metro
Mitltaa (Inera and Ileal Batata Com
pany.
whiih owns tho Metropolitan
Opera House.
Maker Trie to Drowa.
George Ham k. a baker, alrty yrari
old, of No. 140 Avenue A, attempted
ulrlde thi afternoon by jumping In ho
Kat Hlver off Hevrnty-ilxth alreet. He
wua taken to Ilellevue Hoapltal a 'prisoner.
Jiatt at the end of the tfterformancof
"Bunty Pitlla the Strlnga" at tha
Comedy laat nlatht Miaa Molly Mrlntyra.
anho fdaya tha role of Bunty. atepped to
flla front of the atae and, aa aha threw
a bowpiet of rosea to a vlaltor in the
third row of alalia, eald
"That for tha waa Nannie laddie who
wl bo tha next Prealdent of lha United
Tha vlaltor on whoa lap tha roaea
flgfl was Oov. Woodrow Wrlaon and at
tha theatre waa rtnglixg with
Oov. Wfiaon waa at the play
hi brother, Joeeiph R. Wllaon
ditor of the lUrmar of NaahvlUe
Few raooamlaad blm during the
, but aa aoon aa hla praaano
known man and woman Joined
ta a wild ooramMa over tha aaala to
Btaaba tha Damoeratlc candldat by tha
Band, and Oov. Waaon had to aaoap
tha ataae door. Tha audience than
out and waited Cor tthn In tha
wUth
Whan tha dheartnr and handdhaklng
Mt tha thaatre wara at their height
xxwjllam A. Brady want to Via Oov
tasor'a rear.ua Mr. Brady got Oov
on, down alda alale and onto the
nt rri.Tox nr..
' JfEW YORK CITY.
Jnlr IT. 1B15.
Reslnol flhenleal IV,., Reltunoa, Mil
rleallenwe I berime afflicted with eeaMna tawvty-fira rears
if I did ervi-rthtna luggeited for It, led often got a tempo
riry reMef but the Itching sad taimlns were so Intense snd eon-
t I ba- I IMa I inn mjawlf In ths rare of a i .ili-i In
r n.l. c'r ami aa then all Winter. The nanill eu of little
rr no tenant: In fiet, the dorter aire me te understand that bf
fohrwair hi dlret1.ins 1 would eimewhat limit lha mlisrr, but
traf a. li act I would bars to anika Ihe laet of It.
Thli I trtwl to do tig ahont I an whan I Wis hi I'MUoel
ill. I anil railed on tha aVa-tor to III him K hi wt knew f
. .th.i r to curi me. lit said "Hat a box of Heatnnl llintment."
171 ant It. Ta UrMng afopprd as if by magic. It
t 1 'i I mors in lew for a month or an, bin: by the ttme tha Jar of
l.eniv vi' all mad lbs curs waa prrfertnl. Kor the iiet tbrwa
or four jeirs t hare allgbt bnjehes, but a aingl aiii'llration da
tirasa It f e moat.
XT I ir vi nil ml perkopa a tkouaoad dollar, sad aadvirad real
nffsrina f r man jiwie. and was at last eeltertd and nired In a
aeanoi.
tyuwntii for tb atiBi of Afv rent, lb price nf one )ar of
fflumsd)
FRANKLIN nt'HT
tat CPUIn I a. A,
Tomorrow
Morning Visit
wwgam
BflM
Have you an itching skin?
Than when this New York .man write that after he bar suffered
for many yean with itching, burning eraeme- and had spent a thou
sand dollars on treatment!.
One jar of Resinol cured
him, every word of hi letter i of vital interest to you. Read it. Then
try Resinol and see if it doe not atop your itching instantly 'and
quickly remove all trace of yoar skin trouble, too.
"a 1 a" I Tour drnggart arils Reeinol Ointment ("Or. and 111 ant Ttralnol
1 rial tree! zxxiiLtz "sssw -ch wri" ,o u""-
BotuboT tha ourtatJi Oov. Wllaon waa
flMloduued to Miaa Mclntyr. After con-
Bfagahulrig her on her work In the play.
Os Oovernor aald. with a amlle:
"You can aaa I'm Scotch myielf by the
cut of my chin!"
hen Mr. Wlaoa appeansd at tha
ataga door In Want Forty -first street
the waiting crowd gave mora cheora,
and a he ollnihed over a ptle of lumbar
to get to Broadway the people again
-! lu. ata lalmnig i.. in a "Lbir next
Frg)dnt!"
The crowd. gathe.r.ng all the way to
Broadway and along Forty-aecond
Mfaat, furred the Oovernor to stop every
Md again ami kept him hand-
an-aing mr lyverai minulea at a time
Ai I i il 1 1 .i- ' . . I
- miiu .lira.
i.. iv. Wilson and his brother escaped by
"i 1,1 ta a Sixth avetuie north-
l.ovi na ..it.
U S Rubber Co Will Use the
Edison Service in Biggest
Uptown Office Building
RENTS HOUSE OF JOHN 0. JR.
Announren;. nt waa made v eal, r.la,
Ml John D. Rockefeller Jr. has lea.ej
inc house at No. IS West Fitly fourll
-t'.-.i i" In. William Jarvle Turner
of No ufl Clinton street. Brooklyn, and
that the physician would ihkc posses
sion . tl.iti a - a .
Dr. rumer I! share ihe house witn
111 um le. llr W. II. ii, Jar . lc. H" a I
list night i expects to occupy the
house Oct. 1. The huuie was recently
purchased by the Rookeftlttrs to pr
tact their PIMPCrty In Fifty fourth
street. ,
Aaale I lull's On I lug.
The Agll t lot. will have lis third
annual outing at Wltsal's, Collag ril;,
jp n"! toi4ay 1 be member- r.!i:
leve t .i: i" idquarUn In Willi im
street In lalli-ooa. it numlier if
liable prizes U1 he awarded tn RUJessa
ful coir.j-etlioia I.: ili giitiie. Piasld II
Jjgk Bulll.C'i any tils will eclipse ill
ioua uutluga ul tin. Ante.
This new 20-ttory structure repre
sents the most approved modern
methods, and, of course, the Edison
Service will be used for both light
and power
The U S Rubber Building is one
of the best located and most per
fectly equipped structures in the
city; it is ideal for either loft or
office purposes
977 of the large buildings erected in
Manhattan last year are using the Edison
Service
Store Closes
- Saturday at 12:30
Plan to get here as early tomorrow morning as you can, and
spend an hour or so among this fine Furniture. It's a pleasure
to see it, even if you don't expect to buy another stick of it in
your life. But if you rfo expect to, it's more than a pleasure
it's an education as to what good furniture really is.
If you're on your way out to your country house, you can
carry with you a clear picture of some charming piece of
Furniture that will add greatly to the enjoyment of your home.
Or, if you are planning new furniture for your city home, a
quiet visit like this will help to clarify your ideas, and give you
some very definite suggestions. You can select now the furni
ture that you will need later on, and we will hold it for you.
Visit the August Furniture Sale tomorrow it's worth
Studying. atMth, Seventh and Big htb Floors
Happy Thoughts for a Half Holiday
VacationSale of HandLugfsge, Saving One-third
Traveling Bags, $3.75 to $12; Suit Cases, $2 to $8
Main Floor
Men's Silk Bow Ties, Many Styles, 36c
Made from remnants of fine silks of $1 quality or more
Main Floor
Men's $4 to $6 Panama Hats, $2.95
Will be as good next Summer as they are now
Fourth Floor
Men's $5 and $6 Tennis Trousers at $3.60
One of the good offerings in the August Clothing Clean-up
Fouath Floor
Men's and Women's $2 to $3 Umbrellas
At $1.36 and $2
Are worth picking up for rainy days to come Bjjj
$6 Women's Blazer Hats at $2.60
Ideal for beach and country Third Floor
Toung Women's $6.76 to $9.76 Washable
Dresses, $3.76 and $4.76
Exceptional economies on such pretty dresses !
New Models in Women's Charmeuse
Dresses, $18.60, $19.76 to $32.60
Introducing the latest ideas of Paris
White Imitation Aigrettes, $1 a Cluster
A modish and unexpensive trimming
Third
Floor
Third
Floor
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BROADWAY
NEW YORK
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55 Duane Street
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our combined service of
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I'arior ftult. aax
10.8 Vet ist Uiu. 1
Udt Ilaaalua Mlreir
1
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Mabossay Gas
Table, round
nuns. obnatr
la. Hires, Pall
Lace Cartalnl. 1
rWmrsted Lamp.
DINING BOOM
Cboioa of BuffeL.
Cblaa Closet. HldY
Siird or llscbios
Oak Finish and
Quartered, 1 Pillar
Cff Bite aal o a
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Hired: it Ursula
FrsUisr Plllowt. 1
Golilru Oak Dreesw,
1 li u I o I n ' si
Waibsland. 1 don.
forler. t Ores Mas
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Kitebea Tabia.
RtUbaa Cnalss. I
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Tards IsaslMflk 1
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EASY PAYMENT
PLAN
2 " liiHS'iTW.
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400
500
I SUto Down,
IS.OO W klr.
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I a.-.n Pawn.
IS.OO U'klr.
Term, APP MW.tbla
00 atllsa of N. T.
WE PAY FREIGHT AND
RAILROAD FARE.
write lor ma
Catalog
Mailed Free
Alteration Sale
Owing- to oxtraalTO Impro t-menta ond rm-larai-isT
our quart era, wo hvo to rnluro
our atork to moke room ond are tm
ffrnBaT atwsrioi innurrmrnia
All Prices Reduced
Writ
lor Out
New
Catalog.
White
Knamel
lied.
aprliur aafl
matlreaa
iiimiilete.
Valueatfl.
8.98
Credit
Terms
$3 $50
5 75
7.50 " 100
$1.00 A Week Opens an Account
Onen Kvenlngs.
Our Mrom Store
Homes
Furnished
3,0.tm,$49.98
75.00
- 99.98
Grand Rapids
Furniture
3-KU0M OUTFIT
ValUS tsnr BC
5 R00M OUTFIT
ST 'ggs
2 Doors Below Kesner's
Our Great August Sale
IS NOW ON
The Savings Range from 20 to 33 1 -3
T1IKOUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3$3sfi&$4 Shoes
W. L. Douglas shoes
hold their shape, fit
better and wear longer
than any other make
tor the price.
Stores In Grotto How York:
Oft XaMAii Htrrft
7iVi llrt).i'1w;ir. POT. "th Ht.
IH flroartway, 'r. litli St.
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Kawflra-Ul II; St. K'V I'llktii Avniii.
Roll FilmstlftUEl
Developed! Afjli
Eastman
KODAKS
$1 a Week
Iver-Johnson Bicycles
On Easy Payments
A few slightly shopworn wheels,
from $10 up. Indian, Pieroa and
I ver-Johnson Motor Cycles.
I. DAVEGA, Jr.
Harlem Trading S .rt nu Go kIi II SBBB
128-125 W. 125th Street,
Bet. Lena and Tth Are.
Open Every Evening
r ic
TURKISH COUCH
FAR BETTER THAN
L.vuiytOlug n.igbt lAivvest frlcea
Credit II You Want It
BRASS BED llr
pays to pay cask
Harlem
$50 lo $65
$65 lo $100
$125 lo $150
Value
$12.00
a Week
$1.25 to $1.50
$2.0J a Week
FREE FURNITURE
Willi Every Porcbase
tT ul u as -a M g-
B' Hi
furniture
147-149Wl25T-HSt
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Until
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Wllron plcturo coupon good for tha
hiiW'iidid pbotoftftruFsi win ba
printed In next Buuday'a WorltL
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