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HORSE SHOW OPENS iuHHC ATTACKS IN AUTO ! TO MWmpm I SUFFRAGETTE ARMY !W&a. ONE TERRIBLE SIGHT
IN A BIT OF JAPAN
SET IN THE GARDEN
Equine, King for a Week, but
Queens in Boxes Will Get
DM Mr a bores oen think, if ns
can. ha can think ha li If In for a wt-k
begaaoisg to-day H ran think that all
tl A, hllAn Qnnara ( 1 -. I . . I
la tor him. But the thoroughbred! no
hare baa theougb It before know that
tka bast rtiay mill get a little blue
rtbboa. Tha homage la for tha Queena
of tka Mori Show. The Queem Will
all la tha boaei to-night. Tha Kings
will book uf ta tha alalia, They ore
maraly tha entertainer! of the wjueens.
Tha Horae Show haa opened probably
fha last big National HorM Snow. The
Oraat Show wlli be to-night MUM tin;
t'xe are orowded anl tne "board wain "
thronged. Tha board walk circle tha
Uabark arena aad la for the sightseers.
The real sights will be In the boxea and
tha aeatt behind them. They will le
women, lovely women, gowns, beautiful
lovni; glittering. fltahlng, danllng
gems, reflecting tha raye of myriads of
rlactrlo Ughtl strung from pillar to
dome In the Interior of a gieet p;(god.i.
Vcm can call It a psgo,la if you like.
They have than In Japan and this I
W.i n you atep Into Madilon .Square
s,o'-i; ton andhe i l i in .-'.. uih.
Tbrougli the heavy plush portieres you
emerge Into the l.uij of the chrysan
themum, wletarlu and the cherry tree,
rtralght ahead, with the Fourth avenue
wall for ft background, more of Japan
Is glltnpm',1 t i. in one gels when he leaves
rha steamer at Yokohama. To the right
ars an-.lllng fields and
nla or ins, wistaria arm crtrysanme- fpM ,lf thOrOUgbOradl and ponies
mum. To the left la the raoweappad . The army ofllcers were the flrat tn
mountain of Fujiyama, the "Ketreat ot advantg(a of tha arena and were
tha Ooda," where th, little brown men stepping and fancy footing over
used to worahlp and mtk pllgrln.igea. ,h(, UBOtrk, Tn,, ,,,, rnJov , ,mm.
and maybe do 5 e-. In i .entie Ot the , f(,r ,. ,,,, ()f f
acana la the village Of MkJto. gftarward the are,,. Wi a spectacle of
Fujiyama Is Japan'. mot lamous eml- nyin co and hackneys. Several woman
nance. It can b. see, from all over the I ,.,,,, , a,i,;,i ,.,.t to tha occasion, and
empire. It oa ba eeen from all over i the bmrdnnlk was parked at the Kourth
tha Oarden. Coming out of tha picture j avenue end with ridara in uniforms and
Into real tlonbtrs Is the bridge of N'lkkn, riding suits.
made holy bv legend and ktp, holv by ' Th" luncheon ' Mr Vanderbllt took
tha annual tramp of the Mikado aero.. va"r ut 1 o'clock m iha olub room up.
, m UM , sialrs. His ues,-, were Hie visiting
It. Only onoe a year does the Mikadu ,, 5 ... ,
' ' , i officers, the directors and the Udgei
crosa tha bridge. Only once would any- Mt lw k,rs Snow It
body elae to .roes It. OIT would gu big waH 4 cl,it.orte .fflr and was he
head. Over the gat-a through which joundin? of the gong for tha opening
the horsos enter the arena are three of the show
torll, the gates ot pillars and cross .Meantime the ft ran , was filling up,
bars which front every Shinto temple. and Mr. Vanderbllt', men were Keitlm
nsur rn r, ittcb rdj lh bdxei of iioodtea'for diatrlbtl
KV LUe DOME TO GLITTER ,, i.,)nK w orJh,n, Thp arrlv.,.
WITH ELECTRIC STARS. n( .,. nrtle guest a as n former
The dome of the Harden Is blue, ftky'yeara t ie p, ellmln u . svenl ,. ll , t
blue. It Is supposed '., be ihe sky
To-night when the llghie are agleum
there will be twinkling stars in the .ky.
'7i ... ... .,,,.. Amu,
eneem me , aewr ' -,. gdvartltlng tha -how Bui Charles K
fairy tea houses. Io-n'g!n t.,e ,.0).w M Vgndarbllfa aecretary,
Clow like llfbtllOUttl Bag cherry lr-ea ; WM fchl, aft,.r the nrpham and had
are painted on the plllara. their . aserythlng li. lesdlness for their i o-n-branohes
In clouds of wistaria being in,
carried out toward tile lea housea To I Thee ain In roinpantei from -he
make the house look like
1111,11, sii they
lack are the deling gtns, rruin i
aky and the nee branches hang Vako
nirno and Japanese lanterns in arches,
In Uggg and elUiterl Between tut trteg,
covering the rail Of the balcony, ed
roof tiling adds re lllggtlog W the .lapa',-
se rgfraaentatlon, Hnanaa cornices, are
studded With eH' ' , V lights.
s. .VI., -k ,hl afternoon was Ihe
hour eat for ihe opening of Hi snow,
. . .7. ... .heed up
nuu p. cj,.
to neon. The eria was c, npleted yes- 1
terday. A four foot fenee Incloses the j
arena and they wgri .pre.id.ng Ihe tan
this morning. A rail ll raised
above tha fen ' and when
gat thick this Is going ll
the vision of th.,se in ,
tUOl eome bOTia
anal will grohlbly P.' 3'
talk. In the centre
of the tan bark
the .l.idgta' -
all In aeld and
Some Mew Faces at This Year's Horse
won't look Ilka much money whan
boxes era filled to-night.
GIRLS IN BLACK AND GOLD ARE
rVsr the flrat time !n the history of
I'tha H'-lae Show the nailers are gill"
The Kirls are dreaaed tn block, eao b
having a gold i-ash from the rlgtit
ahouldar caught up ut the waist at thu
left. TVtare are a doaeu of the pfttty
misses and, notwithstanding the
awverlty of their gowne, thay make ui.
added attraction to the show.
Contrary to custom, tha kitchen of I
tha cafe w if open to-day. Usually mi
the opening day the oafe puts forward
only light, sparkling and dull red re- .
freshmen!. The kitchen will remain I
open until S o'clock In the evening---MM
oafs until 11 The bar Is em
bowered In a hedge of spruce trees and
but off completely from the res- j
Horace planed downstairs waiting;
their tin, to go In'.o Japan. High step-
part, hlgti-stepped '.! along the run
way lip were out In New York tor
an airing tirooma and stable boys
and hoatlura were all busy below, nnd
those above knew not what was going
on downstairs That 'I where the ma
chinery Is. Trim's where they put on
the gloss and gloW to the equine ex
hibits. They put Ihl blue ribbons on tn
Alfred O. Van.l-rn.lt is President of
the National Horse Show Aasoclatlon of
Amaitoa, under whoae auaplcaa the
twen'.y-etghti. annual exhibition Is be
ing given. Mr. Vanderbllt was on Die
ground early tuia morning over uniting
tne finishing tauchgi and making a
short trip through Japan. Vlce-Preel-dant
I Ti StOtaabury and Secretary
James T. Ilyda and several of the direr
toft ware also among the early visitors.
Mr. Vanderbllt ha tne same box
occupied by himself and family last
year. It ta Box U, Ha la sure that he
has taken the hoodoo out of thirteen
for the year lias passed and here lalHr",p" ,
Kr. ,,. n..ln.i4 r v.n- I side .be DUtalde O!
.i . , . i i , .n bl.. w 1
GARDEN EARLY A 8PECTACLE
OF BRILLIANCY AND LIFE.
As soon as Tie tanbark was spread
in the arena, the ilarden took on new
life T!ie sun. streaming through the
windows, threw the north light on little
Japan and, touching up the scenery e.t
effective points enhanced the beauty of
the pnnoramrc Soon the tan berk w:is
c'as. ,i the show Nothing hnd been
seld for publication i it the lomlng
"f the lit i- ne. fearing lal II mlghl
be construed Into unkind i;tesrn aa
The Hebrew i )r-
mat died at the !
orphans and til,
in, marc .til their !
he hoya and vlris
phan Asylum band
hei.l Of the Hebrew
Ko u a, i dathollo Asy
bend ftl IhO herd ,,f
of tha, InitlMltlOn, They
the arena fthd ftlons Iha
nar -de.l into i
board a alk, '
,ii. ,1s playing, the horsei pra
the crowds cheering It Is
1 that bptwaan MO and 1,0011
ami girls partielp.it
in he '11111 Mon
j Henri PMrad'g Old
'pled ull.uters tn the
floard Bin I uecu-
aoutn of the Mem.
t.eia' Bog, A I llllf.pall one th,. hand
was In full play, i e all sfta heavy
Will, tne lldOl o I, in bark. Toe ap
pearance and Ihe gronia of Ihe Harden
!..- ami eu'se; " Tin children from tha
orphan .isiiume ft'en hi graatgr num
ber., than expected There were I. "(In
in all. and tiie uacaalon laatnad to ,,e
one ,,f tha Joyi ig) Mielr llvaa.
Rad Croat 'J- Cough Dropa.
Mataai nmiit (at eUliata't aula. as.
THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBXR 18, 1912.
uiiddvq daqtimi: i : .UeMJ liftir mm ' marrhfn Ann Mil Fn w hsk n k k
muuui o no u car2&z& r Sr ,v ,v,,i-v -
HEIRESS SWEARS IILTW -VcV 1 ! In2ut
Mrs. Kane, Jabbed With Hat
pin, Says Her Nose Was
Broken in Previous Fight.
When little Mrs Alma Kane, wife of
rrarik J, Kane, had told her story to
Magistrate Harris In the Klatbuah
Court tn-doy the Magistrate was quite
willing to believe It wns not alcohol
which set the tielreas to (creaming
"Police"' from the tonnenu of her auto-
mobile yesterday. Tha Magistrate dls-
missed the charge of Intoxication)
ftgalMt Mrs. K.uie and freed her chauf- I
feur, I'nul Abcndroth, who wae accused
of carrying a concealed weapon.
The row which led to the arrest of
i Mra. Kant" at Nostrand avenue and ,
i Fulton a-treot, Brooklyn, was not qulta
so serious, according to chai kes made ,
' In court at that time, as their last cn
' counter, which was staged In the ton- ,
I noau of the same motor car In Septftm-
I ber. At tliat time Mrs
was broken, she told
1 but on this occasion lh
I has only a few
Mrs. Kane came to court
I mobile; her husband cam
in the auto
lean agalnat the
the tonneau and
peak earnestly to nil win, ou. n,.
ntd chin and appeared to be l.ilnk-
mr of something lUe, Then she swept
pnst him Into the courtroom with a
allken rustle, and Mr. Kane did not
choose to follow.
DECLARES HUSBAND HELD RE
VOLVER AND THREATENED.
"1 haven't been well since my husband
beat , on Jamaica avenue, oh, weeks
ago,'' testified Mis. Kane. "Night before
last I waa taken very 111 and went to
the Hotel Mohawk, Yesterday I sent
the chauffeur out to lexter Park to get
my hue band,
"When Mr. Kane arrived 1 could see
at onoe le had been .111, iking, 1 alwaa
can tall Ha itapped me on the back
and reproved ,e because I was In bed,
rending novel, and no) draaaad in
readiness to mo, or with him to Itock
Vtlla Centra, 1 not up and be struca
' After that we had words Hi Kane
turned l,l back 10 in an I walked a
few paces away. Than he wheeled and
there was a r volver in his hand. Ho
aakl ha ,va golhg to inoa me. Frank
btltg one of the owners of Iexter
Park, had en. in. with Mr. Kan", and he
took the gun nway from him and gave
,t to Paul, the Chauffeur, to keep.
,r, ssed and u " Itartad off in an
automobile. When we got to N'ostranl
ftvrnua and Pulton street my hat
same loose. T ,1s iinMoyoa Mr. Kane
i and be pulled out the hatpin an1
labbe, I ,t Into my arm Then my hat
w blown oil of the macblro and
this Incie.ised his wrath.
"i screamed '',,,,' H polleaman ,inmed
Winter came up. I said: 'My husband
:t lii, struck me w'th I hatpin and
I'm afraid he will do omethlng worse.'
The polloeman asked Mr Kane If he
had a revolver nnd be shook bis head.
But the policeman marched him and
then geftrehed Paul, and, of courae. he
found the revolver In Paul s po. ket "
WIFE ALLEGES TWENTY-FOUR
THREATS ON LIFE.
As Mr. Kane was mt In court ,o ,l!
the story the c
but n"t before
I i-grs w.-r-'
I atioiu" . John H. mutiii,
a stiiiil n s 1 101 A, tor, ley or
Succeeded In reading Into the mtntitea
some scathing ri niarUs oonci rnlng his
client's husband. lie said Mrs Kane
llgd sts'ied sill, for separation several
Itmei a i.i invariibly had haan penugdad
tu nil pmeeedlngi off.
Among oi i. l.lngs he remarked there
were twenty -l-cir InaU'.ncea cited of at
tempts b. Mr Kane to kin hie wife
Then, rOO, he a-sae-te.!, Ku.ne liad run
through be own fortuna ftffwl i living
ot, mone) luppltad by hli wfe.
'He is tiling tor aa a meal llakgti'
in-, His lawyer.
Tka Kanea beta baaa married au
' I K a B; (V ivaittiVVie i CWCM lAIUBil CUP'S ttPtl mi-rii aiiii Tnnnni r
. ' i aBZSBg&Lr VX ca "?mv in wnTr nmioinr n
years and have thiee children. Mrs j
Kane'n prrandfathor was tha Klmpland i
of Heard Klmi'luiid. who built Heard '
Stores In Brig DmUI, and sh,- Is heiress j
of his estutc. Among tha recent nds-
Nrtunes of tha Karies was the burning j
of thair r eslden in VPoOflhaVan.
gltnce then thay have basfl living With
frletvds at RookVllIo Contra 'ir In apar-t' I
mraits at tin- H.itel Mohawk.
HOLD ON! LISTEN TO THIS.
Are you interested in the Balkan mix-
.Mavbe nt. Some people aren't.
But it's dollars to doughnuts and,
kohlnoors to carrots that you're Inter-1
fstfd in love and a good light.
Also In a story of a Yankee youth i
who can plunge into the Balkans and
fight with fists and brains and find'
time to win a glorious girl, besides.
That's the sort of thing that happens,
in "Hawthorne of the U. S. A.," by'
Albert Fayson Terhune: founded on.
J. B. ragan s successful play of the
same name now running in New York ,
"Hawthorne of the U. S. A." Is going'
to run as a serial in The livening World.!
Beginning Tuesday, November 19. 1
It's a great story.
Don't forgrt to read it.
Remember, the date Is Tuesday, ;
November 19. I
FAST TRAIN DERAILED
ItllaPORD, Conn., Nov. M
l"he Por -
land Ksprees. arhloh runs to New York i
b the wav of gorUurflald. Mass.. was I
trailed, probably by a spreading awltoh,
hnrc early to-.la, ami a frelgnt train
runnmig west nn tha next Inward tra I.
r.ppod out the sides of four derailed
Boaohea No passenger was Injured, '.-
thAuasi a ntlmbar eat a ahaklna? un. T
SMIWaes was about two hours late .
yio.e.11 inrwuam .' "
which was f..ll.,-lng t.H.k on buaril Iha
passengers of the expn-Hs and anled
then: forward to their destination, '.fler
cons-.dcral.lc delay The i urs derailed
Wari n maker, lav coach and IWO
sleeper., The point of derailment, indi
cated by two lengths of rail completely
torn ijp. began ai a awiooh for ., spur
trndv to ft ajravel pWe. for a hundred
yard?' One H smashed unit the r.isdheil
serrated by the car wiieola.
Trainc was bl.Kked, but by o'olok
WagtbOUtld trains erOWdad with Ya.e
men DOUnd for Princeton wero lielng
moved rjver the eagtbOlind tra Ka. iraltlc
rro:n New York iielng temporarily held
Wakes Kind Home In I lames
Ilouaed by the am- ll of enioke about
; o'clock. Isidore Waelri . who Uvea it, I
the third floor at No Ittt I'lfth avenue,
found his sitting room u flames. He
had Juat time to get out his wlfv and
two children when the flames reached
the hallway. The rest of the tenants
war alarmed, but all got out safely,
The Are was confined to tha Waaler Hat
snd did about lon damage.
When Taking a Physic
Use the Safe, Sure, Perfect Remedy
The Chocolate Laxative
Ka-I-as la Tree fro.o powerful druga
w'.vj. a new madli Inal agent that bis
To prove its value make thla test te-nlghl Kat two "s l.as ct.is o.ataa
before retiring Tbll will l-,. your atomacb. remove eaoeaa bile frtnn your
liver and carry, off .ill undlgeated, fermenting waste matter from your bawate,
and In tha morning you will be cheerful and happy.
Ex-Lax Highly Recommended for Its Good. Sale Work
a io Cent Ooi Villi Iro Ita VaiiM
THIEF CUTS OFF
FOR $150 PURSE
anes Battles With High
waymen Till Knife Makes
Her i lelpless.
Mrs. Yetta I .an
who lost part of
two fingers when a robber ,
she was tluhling hacked at
with a knife. Is under the
are of a
physician to-day at her home
Bail .Second street.
Mrs. Laiiei, tha mother of Dr. Max
well I, anes, an east side dentist, la tiff,
vears old. She owns RillCb. property on
the east ,,t,e of hr holdlnga belna
building ut Thirteenth Ureal and Ave-
nue A. occupied bv a saloon. .She had
H"1 c"ll,'r,,'d a'6" rent for the bit i -
room, wner ene was attacKe.i iaai nign,.
She had ihe money In a ha, nib., a, tne
H""P around her wrist.
I a ana neavreo i we, rtn street sue saw
'e'1 "' u"d a youth about aeventeen I
Standing In the shadow of a doorway.
I Hh" ''Id not even look up, but as she I
" ssnaww ssan ma ooy
itrabbed the bag.
Tln-n begun a furious battle. Finally
tl,e bov caught the woman by both
I arnta alld ,hl.v (r,n lo , pavement,
suddenly the youth drew a knife an 1
( cut the wrist at rap. Mrs. Lanes grabbed
at the bag and held on. Thn her as.
laalMnl slashed her bat, severing
dashed her hand severing t
Inula of ihe 11 rat two ringers and cutting
the others lo the bona, Then he fled
down the gVOAUe with the hag.
' Detective .Mien i.ter ar reeled, on
Mrs. I.anes's description, a nan wh
ald he Oral Joseph geHultS. twentv-two, 1
ot No. Mr, Baal Thirteenth streel. The
police aay the woman identified him ail
one of the pair ihiit had grabbed har. ;
lie was locked up. . barged with roblasry
HAWLEY DEM.. FOR SENATE.
Ills Appointment lo ftoevard llay
bnrn Will He Made by Hapwbllean.
if Idaho annow
lnv Janir-t H
that h will
resign probably to-day.
Ueut-Oov, Sweetser, who Is a Repuh
1 llcan, will appoint Hawley Cnlted Htatae
Benator to succeed the lata Senator Hey-
' Qov. Hawley la a Democrat.
ll la a " id nakr nf ahaoolata ml ted
tha indorsniiient of rauiuua Itomaoh
nnisn rive w ecks i ramp
London Hn'Mn lidinburg;h
and Present Petition.'
UONDOrfi Nov M The suffragetl
I army wblcb started f;, n KdlnburOTh on
Oct II gelling signatures to a vot.s
' for-women iMtltlou nOtnpleted If foui
1 hunilted-mlle Irimp to leimbm Ibis af-
Iternoon, having tike,, Mactty n
weeks to do Ihe Journey. Cider t tl
I aad era alp of M,a Da fon tbaftnu.ua, who
travelled on ' ore, bin k. the proQIOded
imiiexiiateiv ,, the Prime Mlnialer'a
residence In Downing street and pre
anted ,n"lr petition ileinandlnK the suf
fi age for wo nen.
i Premier AatUtthi prolltlng from his
I experience of pretrioUl meetings with
1 the vote-seektng minii'ii, had retired to
, Ihe country for the week-end. Ills ago
I retar, however. gQOgptad Ihe docu
' mini and there was no untoward Inel
! Ihe Mttle band or Woman ined a
trlnmphnl Brogragg during the last
i mile or two of their long march. A
baud headed the procession through
the lot, llraeta, playing "See the
, 'oiaiuerlng Hero Oontag." while thou
sHiids of Niiffi nget tes and male sympa
thisers lined up behind Ihem
Three. nrenilmiHahla for Auairlo.
BUDAPsatT, llunnaiv. Mov, II The
Minister of Marine to-da) Informed the
members of thi Altetrlgn and ttie llun
laiiag delegation t'eil be hud received
authorisation from Is, lb the Austrian
I n.i Hungarian fJovarnmanti to provide
' for three dfoadnollgfl Is. al a total OOll
; of HO.OOO.OQO, bl III.'..
THE UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT
witl hold en Unusual Sale on Monday, Nov. 118, of
Reversible Velour Portieres
AT ABOUT ONE-HALF THE REGULAR
ANNOUNCE POR TUESDAY. NOV. 19th,
A Very "SpeciiaD SaDe of
THE DETAILS OF WHICH WJLL APPEAR
Pfjfjt Xiviuu, "J-lUj unit
PifteenYearOkl iri Can't stay
nine ic Gel TiwiiieiUi Sayi
Jusl because Hose stref u cla Is g ilma
in be married Tueeday oonatltwtea no ,
MlggOg ,n I 10 eyes Of the la A for I,'',
.staying aw.i fro ,i school, in, I she iiiue.
not pla truani nny mor e WMian alia Is
married she will be OOinpOllod lo a:, en I I
BOhOOl until slie Is sixteen RoN Is r.i i
busy preparing her trouaaeau an I pay
ing ittantloni to the prospective groom
thu, she Is not il.le to llrid tuna lo fuln
h. r. iUlre,nen,s of i.o- Hoard of BdU1
lie, parents. AntnntO and Man. Rita
f. tela, of No. ii niBt slieet, we., -utn-
monad to the Adaene Wraai Co irl to-1
. . . . i
day I" explain her in n-.i: temaani e
Mlg Sttefaccla smiled broadly at Mag
istrate Voorhees after he li 1,1 I n
chlded for Jila neglect. i no ni. r
Imagined be held a trump card, i lo
waved his hand for silence :, nil lull
tha Maglstrste bow Hose wb i la Rftas n
yaara end ten months old. would ftp
rear at Brooktyn Horougii tievtl MotWIa;
to take out a maiTlagi, ll-ense. Sh
eould be married the following .lay.
Maglstrste Voorhees was not flustered
' Married or single " said he. she will
have lo attend achOOl until she Is six
teen years old, as prescribe,! hi law."
T.ie case was then set back until Nn
, when If Hose la not attending school,
there will be another session The girl
wns prolan! In OOUrti but spoke no
ftohhers (iel fteray la tale.
QLOVVRNVItaUs. N. Y., Nov.
The jM.st-ofh e at llnMulalbln. ftaVftl
hare, was entered bv
and the safe blown
eggs earl tieil u
roar hundred doi,-
and a sme'l ajttM
a rs worm or aiansg
lllv of cash
men left no
was t.gen. i ne era ks
U0 snd tnsde thetr get
Jjtlj Muffin. Xtux fort.
Whole Body Broke Out if Rod Spoti.
Formed Big Sores. Awful Suffer
mg. Could Not Sleep. Burned
and Itched. Cuticura Soap and
Ointment Cured in Three Week.
443 Real 103rd rt . Carnaaie. N. T.
"The tniuhle began some m until i bach,
whan my whole body began to break out
Into little red spots, which
gradually formed Into great
big sores when I scratched
It and turned ail blue. I
was affected from
foot aod also ray
and srraa. I looLert
terrible sigh. It cau
awful suffering and I could
noi. sieop tor uireo or law
nlgble at a time. It seemed to burn aaa
Itch so that I thought I should go meat
One of my friends would say. 'Rub wall
wltb vinegar', another. 'Can sulphur east
aard . but nothing seemed to help sea.
"One day looking through a paper I
came across an advertisement of f uilcura
rtoap and Ointment, so I bought the same.
1 would lake a Istth In warm antler using
tha cuticura goap, then use the t'utkrura
nintnteot, which gave me instant relief.
At I be end of three weeks I waa entirety
cured of the disease." "lined) George
Vet tar. January 17. 1013.
For treellaa poor completions, red. rouge,
hands, and dry. thin and falling hair. Outs
cure Knap and C'uitcnra Ointment have bean
tbe world's favorites for more than a gen
erallon. Hold every here Liberal sample ol
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