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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, J A NTT AH Y
LICE DROP PUN
0 M OX WHEN
SIPP STAYS AWAY
Waldo Directs the Indefinite
Postponement of Case.
14 I 11 h V I s IH lMimi .
Tfttfrman Directs Grand Jury's
Return to Inquiry Into Al
leged Bribing of Witnesses.
ewtssordlnary CJrand Jury re-te-day
It Investigation Into the
on and .llatrihntlnaj of a fund
waa used na a bribe to persuade
Mm nre unoni trie witnesses
oe placed on trial Feil.. a.
ana a special p:mei or in taias-
ia ordered for th Fox Jury.
la tm hop., of the District-Attorney
tiave ,it hast six indictments on file
ngalnat I'ox before the tlal of
groused policeman hftgllls
To z.t thaaa Indict maAta It will be
jarsssary to have the testimony of Kd
ward J Netrell, the lawyer who acted
for Slpp In tin- preliminary staeea of
ht i fllirht. Nt-well la to Se railed to
plead to the mladeniaanor Indictment
landing against him on Monday.
Tbo District-Attorney ha not loat
that Newell trill offer himself a.
eltneaa for the Htate. An Indlotment
tha Stnte. wthlc'i la a felony, line
U wicu i-j uic "i auu w u i ; ..... .
Whitman haa been looking up hla
rd and believe, aufflclent pressure
ba brought to bear to psrsuad
hlDi to aave himself from the ordeal of
. trial and possible disbarment.
At the request Of the District-Attorney
Police Oouiffllai loner Vaiio dl rested to
lay that tlie police trial of Patroltnau
fas be suspended indefinitely Vox was
called up lor tn .J for Die plx'h time kl
Headquarters this tnomliiK.
Previously Deputy Poller ComAla
alonct Walsh had consulted with As
sl.t.uit District-Attorney (Iroch), who
carried a message from Mr Whitman.
U the opening of the Wox trial the
names of Ucoi-Ke A. Hipp, 3. Howard
Slpp and Thoaiae Dorian, wltnw.ee,
ers called as .1 matter or form. None
of the men responded, although the
S.pps have both nerved with suhpoenaa
.it their uo:ne
"Mr. Oram," raid Oommlialoner
Walah, to eoUSMl for Pox, 1 the .-Is-trlct-Attomey
uf New York Oounty haa
idled the Polio '""omimlealoner to pot
poae the d .'parunental trial of your
llent Until attar UM trial of the In.llcl
nent MB) peklin ng.ilnst hlnV 1 am
directed by the Cotniuleekmef to eom
nly Willi .hie rMPMII and thhl trial frill
land over without date."
Tha Indie'.;, in: atralnst Policeman
''narles K. Fnye, chanting perjury, will
a rO turned to Justice Ooff Monday
1 'oye ha. a bondsman readv and alli
surrender' himself ns oon as Ills . oun.'el
ll notified ne is wanted.
(AND N. Y.)
WITH NEW SILK FLAG
Nelfjhborimr Towns Brought
Closer Together by Ex
change of Emblems,
"Mel" Smith rume from It, .lumen, 1,
L, to-da to confer with Mayer tlnynor
out . and tbe Amen an H.ir. The
villager kn,w nil about both iubjrt.
Hecenily Hi" M.iyor lost a raluabla alioat.
John Ahearn .ind "Barber" W'eiaae told
the Mayor tiat a resident ol Hail
Sctaiiket hail been nhsen ed at p dnlglit
rarrylns a ban There was MRMtbllll
nllfo and animate In the batf. The
Mayor let It go at that, but lie did art
ntereated in the mutter of the Maff.
It appears that the people of 8t.
.In ma. Juat a while ago. itattad a tub
scrlptlon to buy a bee-ut-l-f u alia flag
to present to His Honor the .Mayor.
Woll, "Mel" Smith, he was flrnt and
(o rain oat In the ngltatlon and got the
subscription affal-- irolnt! with lha result
that aeveral hundrwl dollars w re ap
propriated. So nest Wedn 'sda' n com
mittee romprlslng "Mai, II, R. H
Wblttaiker, tha poMImastei ol Nekmnaet.
and "Joe" BaohaniMch. Chief r the
.,af)o Hook and Ladder Clompaay of
Ht. James, win soma down to N at lors
and deliver the flag to the Mayor
Ifa a rtllaaTa seere that the Mayor
know all ahoirt It and has promised n
lang the flag Dirar the Pity its'! Cus
todian Ryan of the OMy Hall railed p
on tha phone last night and granted to
know the dimensions of the Muir and
was told. n h- la going i" hava a m:
nbla pole paad)
The areaentatlon ll In tal-e ataee nam
vTadoaaday mid the Mayo.- hs nroili
:ed to ba In ' is ib
Maaoonaet, whi r li H IVIiHuki '
post-mat' r, ! an Indian name, and Hia
Mavor ohriatanad tha pla1 tw" yaarg
nCrt erheh ne .,hl I lie i.'iiKer iii.il n
Might to have a i.,ht-,,ttr thrr
Mayor wrote in tha I'uatmaeii
nd am Hie ts.stmast.-r ' tat
!ier. nod b
t'ia new poal
on the vlllai
a rem: n Hat.
he ralatU III lla over
IM e. and tbai'n ttl rail
r.. aia aolni to jiva blm
For Tha SwMt Note, Clear Ytur
ul. h"l PtOgl f "ugl DH. 6c-4.t.
What Is the Ideal Age to Marry? WAJSf'
Average Men of 25 Lack the Stability,
The SODA PovntAin Bov
IS Mf-ft IDEAL AT If
lte V in Ideal Husband Should Be Thirty Yearsof Age
KWhjV and Should Have an Income That Would FJ
DIMPLES, NEWEST AD.
SENDS PARIS SOCIETY
TO BEAUTY DOCTORS
PARI9. .fan IM.-The Figaro
nays that dimples arc at preseni
fashion's dernier nud. and, ol
OmrMi ouc must ko to tho f:ioo
ppeilallst and huvp tbo rurvp of
lift- rhet'ks prettily punctuated.
Hut the uncertain life of tbe fad
adxlsex a temporary Iwauty In
dent allon. renewed from time to
SEE SUBWAY LOVE
FEAST IN DINNER
( :omptroller Entertains 'Notable
Workers for Contracts at
Union League Club.
''omprroller vV'fl'i.tm A Prendergaat,
who was plaetad to office three years
ago urn trie Fusion th ket and who I. a
Brooklyn RepUbttoaJl, gave a dinner hist
ntgrht at the Union Ijoacue flub to
former Justine of th S ipreme Court
Morgan J. O'llrlen, one of the Intimate
advisors of Taminany leader Oharles V.
Murphy, and a lifelong Demovrat. Ohalr
man William R. Wllloox of the Publlo
Scrvhe t'onmiloslon, srhoaa term ex
pires Feb li and who R-1U outomatlcsvlly
hold over Indefinitely In the event the
man nsmefl by Gov. Sulrr to auoceed
Mm fair! "f confirmation by Uhe Senate,
was ,'moug those seated at tlhe tat)le
will) Mr Prendeo-gas' and the guest of
t'he evening. Judge O'lhieoi.
The eight intmb. ra of the Board of
Estimate, all of whom, wl'h the ex
eantlon of Preeldent John Purroy
Mltc'iiel of the Board of Aldermen, nr.
exiierted to vote for the subway con-
tracta when tliey are sent over by the
Public aarvloa Oomnilsslon, ware pres
enl at the dinner given to Judge
(Vltrlrn. Mayor tlaynor waa a Jovial
. i hiKbl. Illuminating member of
the Darty. Near him were seat d
President Samuel Rea of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad and Mr. Rea'a assl. t
ant A. J t'ounty. Mr Rea's antlvltl
vear ao were Inrgely responsible
far the InterbornuKli getting back Into
the KUbway sltuallon
in, lc rjfBrlen. who Is In private prar
tlce has been an open advocate of the
BNMaaaad Hiil. way contracts. He has ap
nenrnd before the Board of llatlniate an
many o-caalona upon arirus cnvlc propo-
stilons other than the subway matters.
Vet fhrouahout the financial district and
In the oorrldora of the municipality the
dinner was looked upon a a "aubway love
feaat." The aresen e OT rrraioent
Mltchel of the Board of Aldermen was
the only note of dlaoerd to the union of
sentiment upon the subway contrsen.
hut tlien. sn there ware no spear'
made an.i everything waa of a friendly
and aleiaant . a meter, 'he dinner wns
vded n blR eiMteOgl by Ih'.se in aitt-n I
$3,000 IN JEWELS VANISHES.
MlaafHl In Transit From V-i irU
tn I el elHIid.
i Ml I i . I in il The invaier mi"
... tpearanffa ol learela ta'u.-d at $,.'i
Iranw bi agsraei between Cleve
land and St v. nek was raSOftad to
the police It., to-dg Wle package Is
the property of Mrs k Foir f Olava.
) JUDGE O'BRIEN
imprrUM, 1I8, bf Tin Prsas
and Experience a Husband Needs
1 Te ACTOR IS lUT AT K HEK
heu loe-At. CMoice is a
"A Boy of Twenty Has No
and Get Married Than
Writes "A Parent" Who Asserts His Au
thority to Dictate to His Daughter.
BY NIXOLA GREELEY-SMITH.
Perhaps no woman baa ever admitted at what early period of con
Bclouunesa aho first began to plan her
gtrla of five who bad completed all tbe
L. JititU-" 'r
bf w if i
IrelVQLA GPCEIXV-SMITH 1
miration than by the aubtleat praise a
Beem to Indicate that the notion of
of speech, at leaat In girls -and wince
yaara earlier than It suggests Itaelf
" j ay i w
would appear that the Ideal ace for marriage muat occur much earlier in
women than In men; that If Prof. Sharpe of Boston is right In placing the
age of the Ideal husband at twenty-five,
MAN OF TWENTY-FIVE NOT RIPE
Pereonally I 4o not ballev that th
averaaa your. man of twentr-flva haa
stability aad pole and xpsrln
snotarh to moll an Ideal htotoand. For
an Ideal cou.pl I ahould chooas a mti
of at leaat thirty, a woman not las
or a young- gtil't ideal la area
mors variable aad oapricteua than
aha la hsrsslf . Wha she la slateea
h may posstsa atssl-blo ays aad
a silky blond muataohe, aad aia
month later show a olsan-cut fee
tanned a deep bronie by wind aad
rata, aad his dark yaa may .moul
der Ilka Vesuvius with the Ud on.
It all depeada on what novel ahe
haa read, what play aha haa baaa
to ses or what tha boy at tha corner
a nut store looks like.
Probably th worst tal that oould
happen to any man or woman la to
marry tha Ideal worehlirped at rtxtesn.
Tha stern parent has his uasa. If omy
to pr erv us from our undevelops.l
selves. But when this asms parent I
atten.pte to regulate tha mature SltOtea
of a aon or duutrliter, to oppose the
uUsllra.luned oautlon of tnlddl ax to
tli Infallibility of younti lov. lie or
she I. an m-umhrance upon th earth.
Fortunately moat American parent.
Iiave the Intelllxenc to reajjx thalr
superfluous nea In such mattara after
thalr nhlldren are grown up and self
supportlng. ONE DAUGHTER GETS MONEY
AND HUSBAND. TOO.
is there a more ridiculous spectae
on tlie rartli t.'n that of the AmeHin
father who opposed h. dfiahter'e mit
rlxge on tnc grOUl d of a uipoad ttf
fereDjCe '" "soolal posltl'ii'.'" Fate's
Oiust BUpert commentary on snoblblah
nses of tula sort Is otiUliicd to the
well-known Story of a .elf-mads null.
lonalre of nw Yors no dialaharltaj
ona dauKltter for having coped with
her toaahaxan 'left i tins nilltloaa
to another, who promptly eddad sn
Wbeaeter ta daufhler ot a rath aaau
O. (The mm Tart WotM),
More Right to Go Out
He Has to Get Killed,
Ideal huabavd. I have known little
wedding arrangements, even to the
final detail of tbe color of tbe bride-
groom'a mustache, and I recall par
ticularly two email children of five
and even whoae favorite game waa
tbe dlecueskm of tho gowne to be
worn and the refreshment to be of
fered on the occasion of their nup
tials with the Prince of Walea.
That the Prince waa only one of a
kind and already a grandfather did
not dleturb their infant ldaala.
Xetther did the aeemlngly obrloua
detail that one nuptial vision could
not be realized without shattering
the other. Such sordid ronsldera
tlona belong to Later life. At Ave, for
tunately, there are no dreama that
-efuae to eome true. I have never
aeen a baby girl ao young that aha did
not '-bvloualy prefer men to women
and who waa not much more flattered
by the moat oaaual maaeallne ad
woman could offer her. Thla would
matrimony antedates tha aoqnlalUon
It enters the feminine conaclouanesa
to the alow moving mind of boya. It
the Ideal wife abould sot be older
insrrles her chauffeur or slopes with
her riding master, hr foolish parents
strive frantically and often success
fully to break up th marriage on th
plea of social Inequality. How absurd I
Th millionaire's grandfather and the
chauffeur's grandmother may have con
to school together. In a country of
sidden fortunes and sudden rererssls
Individuals may be unsqual; but groups
of Individuals, never! This or that man
or woman may be th superior of
othare. but this or that family holds
no patent of nobility, whether It claims
an arlatocracy of talent, of birth or
merely of money. Genius, whether for
klng-muklDg or brlca-maklng. carries
no entail. Whii th daughter of
seir-made man wants to marry In the
las from which her father sprang she
la simply finding hr natural mate The
husband aho chooass Is tha equal of her
father, mlnua the father's genlua. and
that confera a personal, not a bsrodl
la matrimony man aad women
will alvays Had their natural level
ao matter what social dams are
built to bold th.m uaek.
Thar ai porsons of courae who b
llova firmly In whalnver form of aria
tooracy they have manuged to achieve.
Here for instance I a letter from
father who thtpk h has ths right to
dictate hi dau-.hter' cholos of a bus
band. II aaya:
POWER TO EARN 16 THE MAIN
Pear Madam: Our daughter, are
immanagahle' enough already. Yo'i
auraly can't mean to pretend that
every pinhaadrd girl of twenty know
better whet Is good for her than
her fuih'r and mother. 1 spent thirty
years working for my home and
family. I lisve amassed a email
fortune and In tha natural courae of
events my money will go to our only
ohlldi a daughter, now asvantetn. 1
do not f.el that 1 want the money I
hsve given a lifetime to aor.nvilut
Ing to he spent by some youni n an
wiho can wear fancy neckties, alng
taavM aad took aoulrul, aod hoe
maximum earning capacity la per
hape tlO a weak. If my girl ptcke
a husband satisfactory to m. and
her mother I am perfectly wllUng
to leave her all tha money I have
worked hard for. But I have told
bar that I won't aocapt aa a aon-In-law
anybody her mother doean't
Indorse. Her mother la a good judge
of men. The Ideal age for a girl to
marry la whan her mother approves
of har choir, of a husband. Tha
Ideal age for a young man to marry
la wban he can show tha gtrl'a
par nta he oan support a wife and
otherwise earn their approval. I
married when I waa twenty-one and
my wife waa eighteen, but oura was
an exceptional ca.. Uaiierelly there
la far too little Interference with ro
mantic children by parenta In the
United States. If there were more we
might have fewer divorces A boy
of twenty has no more right to get
married than he has to go out
and gat killed. Parenta ahould as
sert thalr authority and aava their
children from future unrapplneaa.
A PAKKNT WHO 1CNOWS ALL
SHE ASKS SI 50,000 FOR
THE LOSS OF HER HAN0S. i
Turning On Lilectric Light They
Were So Burned They Had
to Be Cut Off.
WIN8TED, Conn.. Jan. M. - Mlas
Gertrude M (rarity. daugbter of John
Oarltp of Hufflsld, valued her hands at
IIM.ono and has sued th Northern (Nn-
neotlntt Llfht and Power ('nmpany and
the Southern New England Telephone
Company to recover that amount.
In attempt!' g to turn on an electiio
light In her ps'euts' home on the night
of Dec. 27 laat she received a aboc.k
which almost killed her. Iloth hands
were so badly burned that they had to
b tit off.
Tti defendants run their wires on ths
same poles In Kuffleld. and before and
sine the aocldent to Miss O.-wity several
pereona have been ahocked In turn'ng
on the electric lights. It Is alleged by
Miss Oarlty that tha p.rwsr company
has wire which carry a voltage of
2.M0 for power pupposss and e'here
wtilrft carry a voltage of 110 for light.
. , n. .-a
Iflu for power purpose, and others
1 lie ouiiip.au... I.', '. ima. .
dofectlve oontru.-tlon and .lefectlve In-
sulatlon which the ooiripanles should I Irelmg art oajjr tne preiiininary synip
have known of and remedied. All of , loins of nervous debility." said Joliii
the property rights and franchises if
the N'orlhern Connectlout Light and
Power Company hsve been attached
It Is said In S-iffleld t!iet other eitliena
who have bn slio-ked will hrlng dam
age Mil against both oompsntee. The
damages sought hv Miss Oarlty are tha
largest asked In an halloa ever brought
In Huperlor fnurt for Hartford COUhtf,
Calasnltlee In ths ,.aair
(Pnm t)ia H - Itetrnt IVs.l T Unas I
lilt tie I eater Davis cut one of Id
fltigsrs very badly Wednesday.
Claud Boon was severely Mtten oy
his owti dog last week. The .log got
fast In a wire fem e, ami Mr. Kcott waa
trying to extricate him when some
other cnnln.s Interfered, causing the
do to hit his master In the hands,
making aoms ugly wounds.
George Khe.ts had a fin mill killed
by Itghtnlng the nhr night.
If mtlcsraernent wear) needed, tbe
imitation surely furnish it.
White Roto Coffee, Only 3Sc. a Poaad
I HI NAT WANT run rvn-sM
, w... .......
TO GO TO COURT, SO
School Teacher, Accused of
Writing Objectionable letters,
Adopted Novel Course.
IIUR CASE CONTINUED. I
Miss Streamer Continues to
Teach Classes Despite Charge
Pending Against Her.
Mima Mary Q. Streamer, aha
ton, a L. enhoolteaoher. who waa put
under parol a week sayo by Maclaarate
Maraah In New Brighton Court, for
writing unwelcome letters to D. ft O.
rtoodwla of New Brighton, had a hear
ing at New Rrlghtoa to-day. W. J,
Kenny rep res en led her ae rounwel. and
at hi request he was allowed until
next Thursday afternoon to familiar
ise himself wish the oase.
Dr. R. U Prltchotd. an atlanlet. who
haa examined Miss Streamer at tbo fas
liieat of Magistrate Marsh, waa pres
ent, lis s.tld be had formed a very
dehnlte opinion aa to the condition of
Mlas Streamer, but hla testimony wns
deferred for the next hearing laetrtct
Attomey Albert 0, Pach, who waa ahot,
last summer, by a woman client, who
had written letters to Mm not unlike
those written to lr (Juodwdn by Mlas
HtreameT, mode no objection to the ad
journment. Mnglatrate Marsh sal.) to-day tha'.
after the nrst arraign rasa! of miss
Streamer, he bad a letter from her,
which was apparently mailed bof-ire
she waa iieremptorlly ordered to obey
a summons and attend court In this
letter aha said she noticed that the
summons, which shs Inclosed, had In
It a warning of a I2fi penalty for
court, and therefore Inclosed a oheek
for IIS to pay the fine.
Since her last hearing, which Miss
Mresmer attended only after a threat
from the oourl of forcthle arrest, Mr
Kach and Magistrate Marsh have fa
celved many long lettera from Miss
Streamer. According to the prlialpsl
of th school, her srork with the rhll
dren of her classe. (as been going on
as usual and satisfactorily.
NEW YORK LADY
i HAS STARTED
A NEW FASHION
j Has Improved Her Health by
the Use of the Great
ADVOCATES TONA VITA
Claims that It Is Hxcellent for
All Women Who Heel
A tlstrment that ahoiilil lie partim
' larly IptarsetllB, In i.mrn waa ms.le
j the other ilsy l.y Misa Alice llenly, sfler
slir bad taken a course of tlir new
' tonic. TOM Vita.
Miss Mealy, who lives at i:t4 Ka.t
88il St.. New York, stated:
"for some time I have been both
ered with what I should call an 'all-run-down'
condition. I tirrd much
more raMly than I usrd to, and did not
have the energy to do the tiling1) that
formerly were a pleasure to me. My
nerves Iroul.leil in. greatly. If I hear. I
an unexeird aoiai l.ebind m I would
iump as though I had been shot. Since
have I. ecu taking Tuna Vita I have
experienced (treat relief from my trouble.
It haa toned ine up us unly a long stay
la the country or a see trip would have
done. It is estreuiely pleasant to take
ami il l.rinas relief very nuicklv. I
J 0,"y..0"ll", , ' '
1 it as mi excellent tonic.
lie able to endorse
... I l I
I Jumpy nerves and that run-don
i lleazlry Webb, I lie London rxperl.
Hho is ailini! in llitrodlli illg ioioi
j(l Direcllv llieae hvmploms
felt the subject should take the matter
iii hand before they beeoane a thorough
uervous wreck NerVOUl del.ility van
injure the health in several stays. It
can cause such disorders as nervous 1
dysie.sia, sleeplessness, gnawing und
oilier iinconifortalile sensations in the
stomach, loss of memory and will :
poWeTi melancholy and lack of an. In
to. u, lots of appetite and many other '
disorders Tuna Vila is such a powerful
tonic that it can successfully relieve
the condition in aim lever stage it is in, ,
I. ul naturally the sooner it is luken the i
qui.'ker rrlief will BOOM ind the shorter
limn it will take for the relief to be per- j
"Druggists in New York report that
the calls for Tuna Vita are growing;
no, re numerous every day." I
f WANGS H. U6GETT COMPANY
MAILED JODGE FINE
"4 I ASK
Last Day of the
Saturday only then the opportunity will have
paucd to secure these Very Slightly Damaged
Bedell Good at the Sacrifice Price which we have
been offering this week.
Last Week's Fire
slight as it was, occurred in the midst of our Great
January Clearance, when prices had already been
reduced to the lowest level.
These Fire Reductions arc from the
Low Qewance Prices Already in Force
Slightly damaged by smoke only, you may take
your choice Saturday from tremendous assort
FASHIONABLE TAILORED SUITS. .
HANDSOME WINTER LONG COATS,
WAISTS. SILK PETTICOATS. SKIRTS
at Fire Sale Prices which will not average above
25 of Their Value
Two Extraordinary Bargains
f. Mt.i JL
In shade of brown, blue
and black. Splendid silky
quality. All fixes. Number
1 4-16 WEST V45TRffT
Below Actual Cost
WOVEN EDGES Special
ISO do ten. staadard makes. All brand aad colore, woven
edges, for every make machine. Value 78c each
LINEN AND BOND Special
Also onion skin second sheets. 800
ream Ml weights. Kegular v,l,,e.
Mc Verona Pencils 9 Am 10s 2-liKitl leitm. Itatlutr) 9(U
Bsgularly Oo ssr deaas. CVos- SJ9y iB0 m f iA finish: At
Ing eut at 80s dea.i 83 greee. BHJ. ,.Dar. rag. So. . at BOX
$1.50 BRASS CORNER DESK PADS CA
Viae teste laeltea MVt
20 Reductions on All Leather Goods
Including Hand llsgs, Suit Case, Trip Bags. Mat Boars, Card Cases,
Hill I'olds, Ladies' Rand Baa and Moil Bags. etc.
1 SALE MAIN FLOOR. CENTRE AISLE. SOTH STORES
Usska, OAcs Fa si tan, File, tarn. Csreeta,
Linsliaasi aad CaaapUt Omce Eauipssent
sBsssass Look for Thla Sign BBsasaj-
"W ol SarJafartlos) afW
We Have But Two Stosea
rise Ada. Ol.plsred I n Hut Htore Wlaeswa
W. 34th St. Opposite Waldor-f Astoria
FINAL DISPOSITION OF ALL
WINTER COATS AND SUITS
41 Persian Lamb Cloth Coats
Lined throughout with Heavy S.nin,
aniart full length model with Shawl foliar.
Value "7 60
69 Handsome Chinchilla Coats
Various Ite Models In All tshadee- and
Ta lengths, Fluah Collars and Cuffs
Value 30 oo
73 Smartly Tailored Suits
Plain ('oat Model, with band felled edge.
Skinner Satin Lined and Interlinod, Modish
Hklrt: Bla.k. Navy and Mou'l Wear
Sttiiies Value 3". 00
52 High Grade Fancy Tailored Suits
Various Moil. -Is of Cheviots, Wide Wan s.
Veluur de Uilnea and Diagonals.
Were 30.00, 35.00 aad 0 on
Wr rm fit ffMll H'oatea
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