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TBI EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY. OCTOBER
MEN WHO LYNCHED
Wyoming Penitentiary War
den Can't Isolate Avengers
( Aged Jail Angst.
RAWUINCM, v.'io, Set 1 i.'onvK-ta
In lha Matt Pi lentlafy, wh. ye.t-dny
lynched KranK Wtafall. a nrtfro. after
hi BOSStfl rf how lie h1 sulte1 aunt
Hf Kithar UWx'.ns, the all anel.
tiaVs 10 far t'iivjrt1 every effort of
Ilia Warden a dls over the :aIer In
Ousids ami uap?iel prloner were
MMMMIItf in the iifrlee to-day ami put
on Ika trill) kVJl th Wirdtn got no
enure limn the Coroner's Jury tiot late
ytStlfstay. The laagers are mum, and
ihose w mi were only InsiissMor are ra
eperitris tha au.-il that has pusseu
"Tli" nrt mm alio suea! Will li
hi Mlit "
tt la rcportfd that n Mate Incjuiry ffUl
follow the unpfaji vi ntrd occurrence.
Wlafall . aajtarea' In the moun
tains after Mr. Hlirnlns had crawl I
to the houta nf a neighbor and told her
eioty. Mi was taken tu hm Htaele. but
mod I,-.-it. so threatening; that for
aafety lie nut In the penitentiary.
There lie boaste-l of hi rrlme.
lust after breakfast, when only two
Ituard were In the cell room, 100 con
victs made a dash for Wig-fall, flrtt
anat'hln the ky fro.u ono of tha
Ktianls. Tim MflM u taken to the
upper t!r of cells, and a rope, pro
duced from miiiib myaterluus ource,
vii half -hitched around bis neck, tha
other end fastened to the ratling. Then
he was hoisted to the top of the ralllnii
and thrown over Ills nock was broken
and death was a !.! Inataxitaneoua.
The nrlaoners then mar. -Med yuletly out
to i n workshop.
RAIDERS AFTER GHOULS
FIND ONLY A QRAVEDIGGER
Sexton Had KntereJ Cemetery to
Fit New Key (0 I
Horrid thoualita of ghoul rushed I"
lii.. nkltti of Walter Tailor of No. i"
RoHIAIIM avenue Jersey Cltv. When hp
aw a faint Unlit flickering in SrlSto
rratlc old Horaen Cemetery, lleren ave.
nun at'-1 Hroom street, as he parsed
early this rmvrnlns. lie peered throuah
the iron fence and between Ihc, trcea
The llht flickered again.
"Its robber!" gasped Taylor: and
they're getting Into the rich folks'
In five mimics i stream of detectives
I ao4 -asorv .m pouring from t!ie
nearest, ..!., lioue The nelghlior-
hood was etrsosed siartlliig stories
I waased fiom rij'e,it to restleril, and
Pete 'Me Nun 11'irS )""1P"I tnrougli the
I'M It to 'hent an cllrrtr uj.' wingitia;
"Orave rohlier'" rhonted the detective.
"You leggo of me." said the man,
peevishly "I'm luhn Nowlilrlc, the
seal. in of the cemetery aad the aekton
tt the Iteformed "hurrh over there. If
von have Just not to linow. T loit the
key to the vaults, and th-re'a a bin
funeral to-dav. 1 made a new key anil
was fitting It. That' all. Vnw .'
pecpie go on home."
THE FIRST GRAY HAIR SIGN CF AGE.
DON T LOCK OLD BEFORE YOUF
Buy Way in Prrjnrvp Vnt-
iirnl Color of the llnir
and Mitkr It Grow.
A harmless remedy, miule from com
mon Burden siigc. qnicklv restores N)
hair to natural color The care of the
I hair, to ircv, nt it (r on lining it-. . i!..r
sn l lustre, is jml as llUpO riant ai In
CON (or teeth to keep IMM from dis
folurin;. Why IptllO loouey for cos
metics unit creams In improve I lie com
plexion, and y.-l neglect vniir hnir, alien
gray liair is rcn more rnn-ipirtioiis anil
( suggestive nt nc than wrinkle or a
i poor complexion? 01 the two, it i
easier to preserve llie natural cn'.nr ami
beauty nf (he haul than il is tn Inive
! a good complexion.
Tailor Trlra tss Dir.
Piullp Htsger. a tailor, early to day
tiled to end hla life at the home of hla
brother, Hlgmiind, at No. 2o Hiving
ton street. The hrother'a wife, small
ina ras. broke In the door and found
Itleger unrunaeinua on the had. He la
Ht Unuveiiieur lloapltat and probably
In usiaa I'oalani. you arc usiua (he
j most modern and mint suocrssf ul remedy
ever devised for the quirk eradication
n( all skin trmililes. It is daily arrnm
plishins astounding cures with almost
incredible rapidity. Its pleasant, easy
healing process. i'i intense antiseptic
properties, make it invaluable in boapital
Take any case of eczema, acne, itch,
salt i hen in. pile, scalp acale. etc., how
ever stiihhnrn. and l'oslam will atop
itching as soim as applied, bringing im
mediate relief ami comfort. If anv skin
difficulty besets you, try Poslam S'OW
and prove it merit.
I'OM.AM si l VP i the soap of aoaps
for daily use, for toilet and hath, a a
means of improving color and texture of
the skin and suring Its continued
health. It derive its rare lienrficial
effects from medication with Poslam.
All druggist sell l'oslam (price, 30
rents) and I'oalam Knap (price. iS cents).
For free sample, write to the Kmergency
I.aWatnrie. Sf West Hath Street. New
All thai is necmnf.V i- lb occasional
use of eth .!('' all. I Mulphuf Hair
Kemrdy, a preparali.m i f . ..inmon gar
den r-iige and Mulphtifi rntaMnad ii!i
i t'n r valuaiile rcniedie, for dry. sMftbi
fadrd hair, dandruff, ilehing scalp mid
falling hnir. After n few applications
of this simple, harmless reniedv, i'r
hair will gradually be restnreii to its
naturul color, in a short time the dsn
druff will he removed, und your huir
will no longer come mil. Imt will star'
to grow as Nature inletoled it should
llon't neglect jour hair, for it goo
further tlmii anylhiui; c1 e la make n
mnr vniir good lotla, Von can liny
this reineily nl any drug store for fifty
cents a hn'.tle. and your druggist a ill
give your money hack if you are not
satisfied after using. Purchase a Imttle
to .a Von will never regret it alien
you NallM the dtffrreUC it will make
in vour appearance.
Call and Make Your Own Terms
Our Term Xnnlr la Nw Vark, w Jrrser, l.nna Island, ronnerllrnl.
Best Credit System One Low Price -Cash or Credit
ALL CIOODS VIAHKI.D IN PLAIN I Mil Nl s mm p y
Our M2 Catalog Mailed Free rttnwr
3 Rooms Fiirnlsaed Completely
CJt r t 1 1 M
lor $1.00 Weekly
Mna closet :
.to. no. . 18.50
4-Rooni tdA QQ triA uc t a rv rw no
teal swsr w -m. V V
Cr iluartsred liaa
II ii IT,. i. si qu
750-752 8th Ave., Cor. 46th St. WrEj;:
Another 24-page Magazine World in advance. See your
next Sunday. Don't fail to ' newsdealer to-morrow morn
get it. Order next Sunday's 1 ing.
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tt OarhartOo. IWCMVlatts nahfd
rtf'aJLtaQdsl wacvfTMiisrC th
L Creation Wa apolK'.u.'.at lot
aswniasaa ewes sfivO'iiiilsrv rUnaninU: li IfsaaV.
V . V fJ.-M l I as, aVW luc
HACKE1T. CARHAfiT S CO. HftCKETT
UaMllUa rut at SSOO.OOO
. the Asset, at
. 176,000 I.
rWWJ.Ws... mJZZZ trains. itACrTari x ,s s i hi m bniLn a nHnuo
- . P."- : 1 VaaeeamaBB,
uawnos. puttw aar.ooa I
ii . ana tan mmm M,Pm.TKiMMmWmf"'rmM'l ec9' ' mwmM-"f
11 Ibsji MmrMr.mM, Meant, a. ... ,, i;. ,tr.v.'I.V"!PWm
u.aT.BmaaT P.-JT JKT : - itT'i'' .-Baa:''.!l' mwm null" "A1", asaaW .' : : '
msmmffjmm . Sale
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TOQI on r KOKBT
nana s s . ,
FIRM GOES INTO1
AgaiMT Man's Clothing Houts
lOI $99.598;4. t
NERS SAY THAT I
MCY IS A0MITTK0 1
-aF;, ,:.i.,wt:.-,l;, IS!' ''.fS It'll.) If'M' .l
tigwtffitiMw To You
in tin 'iiilistiliiiillai i nasi .lT flllilli 'I V r i m..;,u , n llllllliiiiiy'i1 1 n'l lilHlli isiiilililiillilltilinMiiliLiTllllliyyi i.
Fresh from the Tailors1 Hands Yesterday
Before the Hackett-Carhar t receivership, fabrics had been bought
These have been in work ever since. The finest tailors in the
country hsve been engaged in the making.
And to-day deliveries are being made of garments whose style
and workmanship are worthy of the finest Fifth Avenue tailor shop.
Today's opportunities are, if anything, greater than those of
last Thursday the first day of the sale.
You can choose here now among nearly 25,000 garments in over
one hundred models. More than fifteen hundred designs and fabrics
are here for your selection.
Among yesterday's arrivals were some overcoats which would
have been wonderful values at $25 to $55. On sale now at prices
from $13.50 to $32.50.
More than five hundred medium weight English "Guard" coats
all of smart English and Scotch idea fabrics, and half silk lined.
Designed and tsilortxl to retail at $30. $35 and $37.50. The sale
prices are $ 1 7 and $2 1 .
Also, within the. past few days, nearly five hundred Vicuna. Oxford
and Cambridge Fall coats full silk lined- -were received. Intended
to sell for $25, $30 and M5. Now priced at $1 7 and $21 .
And so on, throughout the entire stocks new arrivals are con
stant. Hundreds of brand new styles and models in medium and winter
weight overcoats, made to sell at $15 to $25. are priced now at $10
Altogether, nearly 2309 fine suits have come in this week. The
quality and exclusiveness of their fabrics, and the fineness of their
tailoring, make them easily worth $22.50 to $40. Present prices
$13.50 to $27.50.
New York has never known -and perhaps never will know
again -such splendid clothes at such rare values. On account of
the recent receivership, your average saving is
50 Cents on the Dollar
$13.50, $15, $18 and $20 -All medium, Fall and Winter Suits and
Overcasts. Inchsding all new nuitures, as well as Bhws and
Blacks. New $10.00
$20, $22.50 and $25 -All medium, Fall and Winter Suits and
Overcoats. Including new mixtures, as well as Blues and
Slacks. New ( $13.50
$25, $28, $30 and $32.50 All medium, Fall and Winter Suits and
Overcoats. Including all new mixtures, as well as Blues and
Me. fc 75e. Neckwear; New Fall Shad 25c
65c. Knitted Neckwear 3 for gl.OO. . . . . . 35c
$ & tl W Knitted and Cut Silk. Imported isilkt SSc
50c Pure Thread Eco Silk Hoe 25c
$1.50 t $2.00 Shirt. Fmous Makes 85c
$2 fc $2.50 Shirts. Cutom and Famous Make $1.35
$1 .85 St $2.50 Imported English Walking and
Arabian Mocha Glore $1.18
12.50 Imported Mocha Clove $1.
50c Egyptian Cotton Balbriggan Undrrwear 35c
$1 Non-Shnnkabl Medium Weight Worsted
$28, $30, $32.50 and $35 All medium, Fall and Winter-weight
Suits and Overcoats. Including all new mixtures, as well as
Blues and Blacks. Now $21.00
$32.30. $35, $40 and $42.50 -All medium, Fall and Winter Sultl
and Overcoats. Now $21.00
$35, $37.50, $13 and ff -AIIFalland Winler-wei ht Suits anil
Overcoats. Now $27.50
$45, $50 and $55 ll $45 Fall and Winter Suits, and all $50 and
$55 Overrosts, are new $32.3 J
Full Dreu, Tuxedos, Cutawsy Coats and Vests and Fur-'insd Over
coats at Reductions of
$1.50 Non-Shrmkable Mr-Jium WriBlit Wurited
$7 fc $2.50. So('nH Still Hts $1.35
$2.50 Stitched Cloth Hat .... $1.35
The Hachclt-Curh ,rl Cuuran.'r : Your
entire satisfaction is lha first considera
tion of Hackatt, Carhart & Co. Inc..
Retail. If your aelm ti. i fail to render
tha right kind of ervica, return it, an !
sua will refund your nxonty.
33 j to u
)li$),MSBitliStif(.Hsts,Famu Mdk" 41.75
J4M5 SnksnJ Still Hsts. $2.6j
Vi & $7 G'nume Austrian Vr!u ir nd Bcsvei
ENGLISH RUBBERIZED, GABARU
AND ENGLISH TARED RAINCOAT
1 f. $7.0 R jlib'r.itj Raincoats S4.21
It k $18 Rubbcriitd rUincesi ... J6.7S
$13 and $io Iwrtil awl English KubbcrisM
$20. $22 50 5.'i Ejtgli !, K 1 betii d sad
English Tweed Hauwesti . IIS, SO
Near rhaniber at. )
OiiikisU. 1 it Hall.
as saih at.
Near I alaa Saj.
IS4 E.125th St.
Nrnr .M w.
llnM I uin$'..
119 W. 424 St
$r H -".iii r 1 .
M--ll I ttl l
THE CIMBEL SUBWAY SToHE
The Subway Store Feels Justly Proud of These
Attractive New Suits for Men and Youths at $10.60
The dozen new patterni, wr Mirvr, arc tho host yet offered at thin very low price; English
mixt urea, nt w striped iK'.tterrtu ami plr.in blut s and hlarkn.
Tho materials ore ubsulutely all wool, and will give f-atisfpxtion; cheviot, caaaimerea, tweeda,
serges and thiliets.
Tho tailoring and finishing are jvwt aa remarkable as the fabrics. Not the hand-worked
buttonholes; hand-turned edged and the hand-felled collars.
Men's sizes 35 to 50 regular and stout . Youth sixes 31 to 36.
We want all men that desire moderate priced, serviceable, good looking suits to see these
Men's Medium Weight Overcoats, $10.50
Over 300 coats in the collection. Usually sold nt $15 and $18.50. Medium weisrht coats of
velour in Oxford and Cambridge gray; plain black cheviot coats, m n.e of thtm silk faced, and about
DO Kaplan coats in gray mixtures. Sizes 34 to 46 in the group all at $10.60.
Men's Derbies 8c Soft Hats, 1 .46
The Derbies are the Seconds of a reliable maker; in nearly
all of the styles made this seaaon. Black only. Usually sold
at $J and $2.50. This lot tomorrow at $1.46.
The Soft Hats are the odd dozens of one of our leading
manufacturers, in a wide variety of patterns and modeis, low
priced at $1.46.
Boys' Soft Rata at $1 and $1.26
A I .In variety of Tyrolean. Pueter, Teddy and Telescope shapea, of cordu
roy, vplvrta, rough and plain cloths, in all the wanted colon. Ixiw priced
at $1 and $1.26.
Other Hats and Caps for Beys, a quite extenatvo variety at SOc.
Subway Store, Balcony
1 saw sra a
a? am s
Men's Full Dress Shirts, 50c.
Any man that requires a full dress shirt may save $1 by taking
advantage of this most unusual offering, for these full dress
shirts are usually sold at $1.50; this special lot tomorrow
Made and finished the Gimbel way, of good muslin, with fine linen bosom.
Shirts that will fit well and give excellent satisfaction. Nr 18t9 to 17.
Usua lly 11.60, now 60c.
Men's Soft Shirts, 36c
A limited quantity. Plain colors and striped pattern--aome slightly
soiied. Sizes 144 to 17. Usually 76c and SI. Now See, or S for el.
New Neckwear at 26c
Knitted , silk (our-in-handa and bat -wing ties; nplendid variety of new
patterna u. i plain colors, low priced at 2tc.
Subway Store, Balcony
$2 to $4.50
New patterns for Fall.
Medium and dark striped
worsteds and plain blue
Subway Store, Bale any
Boys' Suits at $2, $3.95 & $5.
Attractive new patterns and styles just received, and, what it
equally essential, these m w suits are carefully made of depend
able, long wearing materials and will fit right.
Boys' Suits at $8
Norfolk, doublc-brraatrd, Russian and sailor blouse models, eaalllSas
and cheviot, in new ersy, brown and tan mixtures, aa well aa blue sergea SM
thibeta, for boys of 2) t to 17 years.
Boys' Suits, With 2 Pairs of Trousers, at IB
Norfolk style, with atrh pockets ami belt loops. Emart new gray sad
brow n patterns, in cheviota and tweeds. For boys of 7 to 17 years.
Boys' Knickerbockers at $1.16
Well made of all wool fast color blue serge, for boys of 7 to 17 yean.
Boys' All-Wool Blue Berte Suits at $3.96
Norfolk style, suits that compare favorably with many at $8. Per beye
of 7 to 17 yeura.
Subway Store, Baleeny
1000 New Suits for Women and Misses
The majority of the offerings are careful copies of Suits selling at much higher prices.
Many sample garments are also included, in BDIftfl cum at l ull the usual prices.
Our experts have also purchased from leading munufucturers attractive Suits at matarial
concessions from their regular prices.
The Prices Are Very Low at $10 to $18.75
We cannot, of course, tell of all the Suits in this splendid variety, but here are some of then:
SUITS AT $10
Suits for misses and women,, in twulve new
models. Esceptionally wall tailored, of whip
cords, basket weaves, chaviota and eerges;
mainly ;ilMnch coats, some with Kmpiro bncka
or velvet collars, many brstd-bound ; blues,
blacks and brow r.F.
SUITS AT $15
Suita for women and mit.re, in five new
models, of Vicuna cloth, fine ergen and wide
wale cheviot and serges; plain bluet1, blin k ana
browns, and new mixtures. The modi'l illus
trated) of dark gray zibelinr, is trimmed with
velvet buttons. Also plain tailored and cut
SUITS AT $13.75
Misses' l orduroy Suits, illustrated a very
smart, new, modified Norfolk modal, of excellent
quality rorduruy, in browns, bloea and blacks;
plum gored skirt .
SUITS AT $18.75
Suits for n:i. en ;ind women, it. six nsrs models.
Suita of blue uri'i I lark hroudcloth, pluin cut
away model, button trimmed. atrikinv
model ol wide wide rheviot, tho coat buttonad
hiih in i' nirk; inlaid velvet collar and velvet
scnif. AkW plain tailored rutoway models oi
broadcloth; black, blue and brown.
Women's Coats at $9.76, $12.75 and $15
There are full length and three-quarter IsBgth Coats in the great assorlrr.tnt.
71 Coats that envelop the whole figure, and fit rather snugly, with the decidedly
tratht (Mil an Mil ikid this ssaiann 1 he new rnuu i fal.ncsureexi't id lonullvoleus-
ing; Knglish mixtures, boucles, zihelines and others, in a wide variety of patterns.
You Will Quickly See That the Prices Are Lnmually Low
hspecially if you will slip on one or more of these attractive ntw i oats.
COATS AT 99.76
Three-quarter length Coats of Kngliab
mixtures, plaid back, in shades of brown,
gray and blue. Some braid bound.
Full-length Tourist ( 'oats, of atriking new
English mixtures, buttoning close to the neck.
Full-length Coats, of fashionable new
boucle fabric, in navy and black; also Cents
of Thibet cluth, black, with colors on the
COATS AT $12 60
Eight new model:i; three-ii'.urter
cngth Cocts, of grty mixtures,
plaid bark. Coats of boucle cloth,
with inlaid velvet oollarr, the
striking new block ami white xebru
cloth coats with velvet n llur,
braid-bound, and u fine variety of
smart Coats of the fushiontblc DOW
COATS AT $16
Six new model. One particularly striking
Coat is a pluin, straight model of gray or blue
chinchilla cluth, with plaid back.
Another ('oat of gray sibelinc, plaid back,
braid-bound, is very attractive. Others
evii'Hy etriking, nf new English mixtures,
7i lc. cloth, una the light, warm, new boucle
labriis. The model illustrated i a striking
diagonal cloth, plaid back, bound all around
black and white
with wide black
260 Girls' Goats at $3.95
The samples and odd Coats from three of our
leading makers : intended to sell at $6 to $7.60
12 smart new styles mainly the favored buttoned to
the neck models.
One smart little cost of bearcloth, buttons to the neck, with military
collar and large fancy buttons.
Another coat of cheviot has a sort of reversible ri ver that may be
buttoned tight around the neck.
The materials are the season's favorites: Caracul Cloth, Ziliellnc,
Corduroys and Cheviots. Blaek. blur, gray, (an and bruirn.
BotM with the quilted linings, others suffiriintly warm without
linings. Just 210 Coats all i old, sizes 0 to 14 in the group;
tomorrow, all at $3 86. Subway Store, Balcony
Two Half Price Sales
Ilemurkid'lc! Moth of them' Such remarkubie offerinrs that aaa
tell what will remain for tomorrow's selling. The Sulvs started with
4,000 Women's House Dresses
A cleurani'c of odd and broken lines)
W'ero 7bc, now 38c W ere $1.60, now TSo
Were $1, now 60c Were $2 and $8, now SSo
Subway Store, Balcony
96 Brass Bedsteads
Many styles only on
The showroom Mamfles of u leading maker.
of a kind in most roars:
All Half Price, at $4.26 to $36.76
In addition gas uffi-r a number of lines from our regular stocks of
Druss Desist cads, .Springs und Mattreraea ut much reduced prices.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
Our Annual Fall Sale of
Blankets and Comfortables
Presenting great stocks of these necessary ld Coverings ut very low
prices, i li.s udvertis. ment is small and m'.ugrc when compared with Jii"
splendid imnrtmeat ready (or your immediute selection.
4.60 Comfortables and Woolen Blanket .i, $.3
Very attractive, srann, ytt light, comfortables, dainty coverings ol
figuri-d sill- mull, with 'J-inrh silk border; pink, blue, yellow und lavender;
fnled witli Huffy white cotton, cut size 72x7S inches, usually $4.1 V, ut J3.
'Iho full-sired White Woolen Blenketa un equally attractive,
wooldilled for warmth, with a cotton warp for strength, good sveight,
ai d a quite ft murkubl. offering at $3.
Men's and Women's Knitted
Underwear at 35c to $1.25
,1.7b Comfortables, $1.26
Dainty new floral desig.-i .. with
plain r hired bordei i.
$3 Comfortables, $1.96
l Igurc4 nainsook eoven; pink,
blue, yellow and luve.uli r uesigns.
U BUnLets, $3.76 Pair
V. M, ami cotton filling on u
I tt n warp, with a' Ida dk binding
tn mutch the uorder.
1,000 Crib Blankets, at 26c
hi and pretty pink and blue
designs, :uxto Iricnea,
Subway Store, Lower Floor
2 Blankets, $1.26 r'air
New soft fir.ishtM Cotton Hlanket,
while and gray.
$3.26Plaid Blankets, $2. 26Pr.
New block designs in bright,
attractive colorings. 60x86 Inches.
A splendid saaortnicnt ol
wuntfil gg get) wtihts, rcatly
Men's Merino Shirts and llruveni,
hits and nuturul colors, midium
and bsavy-eelght, "Jc grade, tOc.
Men's y Oolan Shirts and Drawers,
rneaiun weight, m to U), $1
ra...., nt 76c.
Men's hev" Cotton Miirts and
Drawers, gbtlv fleeced, at tOc.
Wotnen'i ribbed Cotton I'nder
wear, pure white, mexiium weight,
vest i and tight.:, :tgular sixes, tOc;
extra sizes, 60c.
Children's Black Stockings, cotton
or mercerized IMe, mtdium cr heavy
aught, usually '28c, at 18c pair,
S pcin for tOo,
well liked styles, and the
for in mediate select it. n.
Vl omen's IllAW Cniinn Villi mA
Drawers, slightly fleeced, 60c grade,
at 36c, or three for $1.
Children's Cotton Vests aad
Drawers, pure white, sizes 3 to fl, at
Uc ; sizes 7 to 9, at M e.
Children's Black Ct : ton StocWnajs,
ril tul, heavy or medium weight,
usually 18c, at ISVte.
Women's Combination Suits, cot
ton, medium weight, regular sasse,
1; extra sizes, 11 M.
women's Black Cotton Hose,
medium weight, high spliced heals.
arm we soles and toes, zee grade, at
Subway Stare, Ba
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