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IHRiG W SIbSTS
Crowd Estimated at Thirty
Thousand Watch Tribune
Bulletins.
NO ROUGHNESS DISPLAYED
Police Handle the Enormous
Outpouring of Humanity in
Broadway in C-T-ed
itabie Manner.
It waa a haPPy. amlllng. good-natured
rlacttaa niai.t crowd. a crowd iwwai
out for the |oy ol betog out. that blew
,,orna and elanged COWbelto, n-gurdleaBof
who ai-neared at the inonu-nt to bc ln tne
i-,,,.,,. vwi few lleklara ar reathar duat
eia: the polioa aaw to that. tbough there
waa little acaaoloti tar taelr laterferenc*.
the crowd contentlnif ltO*_ ?1tb "Oise
and good humored chaffing Kverywhere
arai this good iftuaor Btanlteat-ln i ->
How ln front of th* Trlt-une BttlldlBg. in
Uroadway. bo HaraM and Ue-gaere
aquares.
Tho outpouring was ei.ortnous.
apaces In front of the rarloua aewapapei
sullc-tina belng choked with an cxpectant
masa of humanity. whlle OB UlO BMe
walk.s a never-endlng Btream of men anO
uomen Boaad paal to the dtaeordaal oaa
Be of tihhhorna and OOWl ?
lt was New York ln its bhtbI character
iMlc phaaa; N*w Torh m all its erudlty.
Its vltalitv. ita law-respecting Irreaponal
btatty. There was no brutality; thera
A-aa Bcaroely any roughness. ln Broad
*ay in particular a large proportlon o!
?ho crowd waa composed of young glria
md wo.n.n with their cscorts. and the
iMir-" of the byatandera wa. always
ourteous, more courteoua Indeed than
laB often been the caae in past years
ln front of the Trlbune Building the
rrowd watching the baltetJM 8" ?nor
?nous, a conaervatlve aatUaate placiag lt
M at leaat thirty thotiaand. lt aaa
maaaed on the sidewalks and exl
;nto City Hall Park nearly to Broa.
The horna and eowbella Kept up a furloua
nubbub well into th. mo.-nlng houra, -i.e
?leiwecn the bullettaa The Trlbunea mov
?? pietur* machto*a furnlah.
,,,.ri, adantly appredated.
Th4 Bympathlaera with the varlous can
Mdatea cheered rnoder t< 8~lo
arn by thel! ataadard bear
(.,?!, thongh tt." early returna allorded Ut
tle oonforl to the uauallf loud-lunged
Prov. the Democratic lead
. irty and so deftritely
?I, fOT
hiter rnthoBlaam amoag the Wllaoa aail
Bu_ nalrei In ahort Iboae arac
ted 41. the returns COn
Ivea wtto watching then:
??>- and aerloualy, whlle tboae wh?
0*J1 l..r enjoyment appaarad to b8
d*t*imlB*d to enjof th. maelvea no mat
i.vho mlght be elected, and the earl*
Democratic majorltlaa ?*emed to bav?
little .-ffect on* way or the . ther on tne
volume or enthualaam of their aolaa
The police arrangementB were ad
...le. the offlcere keepln* the alde
walka f-nd roadway* claar and compeiiing
ihe crowd to move conatsntly in all pla'v,
,.x,,. uy la front of the
bulletins
WOMEN BULl'mOOSERS OUT
Philadelphia Polls Manned by
Suffragists for First Time.
|By Telegraph to Tht. Trlbune.]
Phlladelphla. Nov. r..?In many of thr
dlMricta throughont the city the unuaual
e of women maiining the polls wai
wltnessed for the tlr-t time here to-day.
They were the auxiliary members of thl
Bull Moose movement and they Kupplied
the voters and the workers and tht
watchers who were laboring for tlM
Roosevelt cause with coffee and sand
Bflohaa TlUs precaution waa taken lr
order that nonc of the workers mlghl
have to leave the polls until long aftei
the count has been computed to-nlKht.
!n this rcspc.t the electlon la moyt
unuaual ln this city. Heretofore wher
there have been close electlona both BldM
have been wllllng to declare a truce
whlle tho workers of the opposite partka
WOat out for meals. With the addltion
cf a thltd party and the fact that all
were on the watoh all day long, nc
a.uurter wai askcd and none was given.
_- a
THE WEATHER REPORT.
OOU-ial Reeord nnd Foreraat.?Washington.
ypv g._A dlsturt anoe that Is developlng over
tha plalns atat.a la causlng ralns ln tlie a
MiasUilppl Valley, Eaatern Kansaa and OkhV
horaa, whlle an extenalve area of lo?
ometrlc presaura over the northweatern fana
dlan provlncea haa caused rain ln OraahraatOB,
Oregon, Northern Californla, Idaho, Wesuin
Maaaaaa and Bai_rw*aaaia wyoming. in aii
other parts of the country the w.uthe-r re
l^alned falr. Ttmp.ruUres have risen g-11
arally over the oastern half of the country ?na
|_ve cfcangfii llttlo 1 laawbora.
?te Indlcatlona are that the aouthwo-.-rn
BBrturbanct will move e**t and causte ralna
Wednehday in the gr.at .er.lral van- ye tlie
raaion an i th, Qull and aouUi Atlantlc
Matn and Wadnaaday mght and n,uri
ihe tnlddle Atlantlc and New Knglnnd states.
Waat of thf Mlaalaalppl val"-. tha weatbei
tviII b? generally falr. except that rajas Will
continue ln th. north Parlflc atates and the
iior:h RccKy Mountaln region.
Tenipcratures will not change de.ldedlv ln
?nv part of tfic country durlng the next forty
. Ight b _
Forei ast for Spe?lal I~ealll lea.?For Eaat
ern New Vork und Southern New Kngland.
Im-rettidng 4-loudineas t.?-da?. probably fol
lowed bv ruln to nlght and Thurhdaj ; mod
erate aouth nln<l?.
For Eaatern r. r.nav ivanla. New Jaraey,
Delaware B-uytoai, Daatrlet of Oolambla
md virginii.. Incraaateg cloudlnaaj t
? , .;j fOllOWCd by raln; Thursday. ruin.
modarsto aouth winds
ror Northorn Now Kngland. falr to-day;
probsbll rain: nod.rate aouth
and eouthw at wlnda.
For Wtst-m PonnajrlTanla and Westem
Haw V'.ik nneottlod woathor ?tth rain t..
rtsa; modarata south
Wlada becojnlng .ariahl^
rjgirBI ibainailraa H I ITahad m..-.<*
'v.athtr btarasaa al 8 P- m yesterday follow
...... Ti Bperaturo. v
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o?wJ^."B' v.v.v.v:.v.v Sun
^'arhington. M L":*lr
Humldlty.
g a. m.H 1 9. aa.. 0111 P 81. *
IxmbI Oftlrlal Reeord. Th. followlng offlchil
re.ord from the Weath.r Bur.a.i hhowa the
BBaagaalB the temi>eratiire for th* last tWl
ii.ajrs, ln toniparlson with the i-orreapond
lng date of laat year:
1811. laiir.' iO_L n*ii'
3 a m.*8 4SI ? P m.W ?
?! m.41' 441 8 p. m.81 ?
ol n .44 88 11 P- m._ N
4 p m. M
iii-i.eat uaapiralrr reaterdsy, 81 degre.-?.
l.mest 42 (at 7:l<) a m 1: akerar'. 58; average
?* **rre.;"ndlng data But yosr. ?*! H?
age for BBglwipOWOIng -la"- lasi thl.tvihi
^'u'a^f'.r- ? :.?? i-.ha eUaat 1
pr'.bat.lv f..!low.,i bj rain to i.lgl.l anU 'Ihuia
day; anoUeiate auuth winua.
MJMWB1
Flashlights Blaze Garish Salute
as Ballot No. 1121s Castin
Engine House at 10:51.
BALLOTS TOO BIG, HE SAYS
Returns Home to Go Over Mail,
and Is Visited by McAdoo
and Daniels?Telegrams
Begin Pouring In.
rm- Tclerranh ?n Tbe T'lhune 1
Prlnceton. M. J.. Nov. 5.-Governor
Wnodrnw Wllnon voted a ?tral*ht Demo
eratle ticket at tOSl o'clook this mornlng
imM the elare and smoke of flnshllghts
, iet off t.y a dozen or more photographers.
j Th? pnlllag place was ln the englne
house nf tho Prlnceton Flre Department.
in Chambsra etreet. Just a few doors
away from the house ln which Governor
Wilson hoarded whlle a ?tudent at the
unlverslty.
The Oovernor's ballot waa No. 112. and
lt took him four nilnutes to mnrk It. Ju't
one minute legs than the tlme allowed by
law.
Croeeraor wilson left Mo home at t0:*8
o'clock. arcompanled bv Captain "B'.H"
MeDonaM, his bodyguard. and Wslter
Messday, his campaign sacretary. a
brlsk walk brot.ght the party torhambers
Btrsst and ar. tbe Governor ciized ln
the dlrertl'n of the polllng pMee the
battery of photographers was the flr't
j thlng to oatoh hlB eye.
j Captain MeDonaM was worrled at the
I FlKht of the squad. and. turnlng to the
! Governor. askod !f he had better not "ex
: cusS" them "Oh, no." replled the Gov
; f-rnor; "I'm userf to them by thlF tlme."
When the Governor walked lnto the
j polllng place the phetOgraphero trooped
in after him.
"l'll enferoa the law If jrotl llke and
have those men put out: T'm Governor.
; vou know." the nomlnee said laughlngiy
| to th.- tellers: bul thal trsrt a. oylm the
scene too much t'> objeet.
Governor Chata with Voter.
The Governor had to walt a few mln
Otes before one of the three polllng
bootha was vacant. Norman Armour,
Prlnceton '77, was ln one of the booths.
"Governor." he said, "when I was ln
N<-w Tof- I BB- a banner BSSdsd, *WH?
?on Natlonal PreajreaalTa BepuWlcoua
Ticket' That'O the ticket I voted."
"I feel very much cmplimeiited," an
gwere- the Governor. 'You know, 1 have
alwaya wondered ut those banners that
sala Regular Progressive Nomlnatlons.' I
i araya thought the Progressive nom
Inotlona arere irregular."
The crowd laughtd. atid the Governor
entered tbe votlng bootk Hi thought
Um ballota arere inslde.
"Yuii'll have to have one of thase firat,"
called "no of the tellers, all of whom
arere nldtime friends of the Governor
atid the nomlnee recelved his ballot
"Woodrow Wilson, No. 9 Cleveland
Lsne, Ballot 11-." announced one of the
tellers _s he recorded the Governor's
After !?nving the. booth Governor Wil?
son complained of the BtS9 of the ballots
and the dlfflculty he had experienced la
lindinj? the Democratic candidates.
"They're l.urlod down at the bottom of
the fhett tomewhere," he murmured.
ICANDIDATES 'VOTE EARLY
_
Hedges, Sulzer and Straus Pose
for Photographers.
I Job K. Hedges, the Republican cai.di
l date for QOTsrnOf! Oscar Straus, the Pro
greaaOve. a:id Wiillam Sulzer, candidate
for Governor on the Dcnocratlc ticket,
j arrivt-d at their respectlve polllng placefl
\ aud cast their votes early yesterday
! morning. Kach was conlident of OOCS
! pylng the Governor's rnan*lon at AU-any
D?Xt year Aftir poslng for flashlight
' photographs, the three candidates huil'lod
; away to their bomea for a much needed
'< rest
Mr. lledRcs's v. a-? the 132d vote ln hla
' distrlct, aarid he cast his ballot at 9:35
i o'clock. Ho voted at No. ?20 Slxth ave
'? nne, the l'lfteenth Klertlon Dlbtrtct of
i the -7th Assembly Dlstrlct. Ai he walked
to the polllng place he was cheered for
several mfnutes by the number who were
waiting to vote. Mr. Hedges expressed
, no fear that Mr Taft would not carry
| New York State for his ticket, and was
very tonfldent of his election
Oscar Straus cast his ballot at No "'>3
Amsterdam avonue. He was acoompanied
to the polls by his son, Roger Wiillam
Strnus who had Walked Wltb him from
their home at No. l> 'West 70th street. Mr.
Straus entered the polls at 9:54 o'clock,
and was busy with the ballot for four
nilnutes, Ue declared that he voted the
atralght t'.oi.. t
Wllliam Sulzer voted ballot No. 1 ln
the Nlneteenth Klection Dlatrlct of the
Thlru Assembly Distrlct. Mr. Sulzer was
not the flrst at the polls. ttowever, but
as a niark of recpeet the .ln tlon ofncials
reesread that ballot for him. He dld
not vote until a few mlnutes after 10
O'clock.
"I always vote the same ticket and
v.ite it stralght," sal-l Mr. Sulzer, ln
: snslrsr to a Jestlng Inqulry. He then ex
1 Srsassd his convlctlon that lt was a Dem
I Ocrattc year, and that ho would be the
I next Governor. Mre. Sulzor waa so firmly
1 ounyinced of this that it was rald ihe
had already planned to keep their house
j In Second avenue open even after she
; liail bii-.une mlstrcBS of the Governor's
; home ln Albany, as this would be more
, economlcal than to store her furniture.
i Her husband agreed
DISTRICT AJLL WILSON'S
, Central Park Landslide of Three
Democratic Votes.
There were three votes cast ln the 34th
K.ctlon District of the 19th Assembly
DiS-ftel vestorday, and one of the three
was a flrat vote.
Tho dietrkt ls ln Central Perk and the
SOtJng plaoa ln the rear of McGown'a
Paaa TntetB.
Max BeekS-i who runa the tavern; his
' gsn Paul. who cast his llrst vote, and
i "Joe" Maher, the doorman of the tavern,
i were the three voters.
"It was a WHson landslide." said Mr. j
BOSBOB "We had those fellows ln the j
polls worklng all day, for we stretched
out the votes." 1
Two patrolmen were on hand to prevent
any rush. and there were flve ballot boxes
to Bl I IIIIITTI lBlBt< the ballots.
A full set of Inspectors and poll clerks |
w. n- on hand and there was conslderable
. xettement when the voter? show?Kl up at
.liffertnt lntervals durlng tn* day.
lt cost about t-_J to detray the cost of
the dlstrict.
n
BALLOT AT OVSTER BAY
Goes to Polling Place Surround
ed by Bodyguard of Ser
vants and Detectives.
BIG CROWD GREETS HIM
Thinks He "Cinched" Senator
Root and Other Lawyers
in Oontroversy Over
the Courts.
fBy T?le<ranh to Tfc? Trlbune.1
Oyster Bay, Long Island, Nov. 5.
Colonel Roosevelt voted at 12:06 o'clock
this afternoon, remalnlng in the polllng
place Just four minutes to cast his
stralght Progressive ticket. He also ep
proved of four proposittons subrnitted to
Oyster Bay by he Town Counell. Then
he returned Immediately to Sagamore
Hlll. After luncheon he went out for a
walk with Mrs. Roosevelt.
The arrlval of the as?Presldent at the
ftre englne house. which was the polllng
place for the villave, was awalted all
the mornlng b> a lar?e and curious
crowd. Keveral eamcra mon from Ks_
York were among those ptesent Colonel
Roosevelt eame down ln his blg tojrlng
car surrounded by tvo prtvate detecttVSS,
.James Amos, his bodjr sorvant; Ralpb
Amos, his butler; Howard Brooko and
I'harles l>ee, his ooaohmsn. Wiillam
Halley and Wiillam Cart. tho. g.irdrners.
j nnd Arthur Merryam. his ohauffeur.
| The colonel paused g'jo.l naturedly on
his way lnto the bulldlng to he "snaj.p?d"
by the camera men, and as he emeiged
| lnto the street he again posed for u sun
llght exposuro. The phutographcrs were
so Inslstent for more that the. OOloBel'9
patlence was a trifle stralned.
Tho ex-Presidont <a-.t bull.it No. 2fi&.
When he had handed It ln the propef
ofTlrial he turned lo chat with a irronn of
h!s admirers who were preaalng ln hard
to get a I'-ok at hlm. He wanted a chawe
to mctitlon hla reply to Senator Root,
made last nlght ln the I.ync Theatre In
the vlllage, and he got lt.
"Senator Root ana the other lawyers
J gave me Juat the chancc l was looklng
! for," he declarc-4 with a Roosevelt'.an
j BOstta "I thlnk I ctnebtd them all rlght. ?
I They gave me the opportunlty to show j
j the people of the countrv that the
Nf corporatlon lawyers stand stronsly j
!agnnst all that we IVogrcBsive* Htand
I for. If they had only come out with their
' protest a few days ago. Lord. how I
; would have Bluggea them under the
I ropes," the colonel anapped with a gTim
I ace. "But I'm not through with thoae
! gentlcmen. They wlll hear a good d*al
i from me later on. by George!" he added
! with a gesture of his rlght hand. The
| crowd theered loudly.
Joseph Krench. the poll cierk ln the
! distric t which Ineludea Sagamore Hlll,
| sald to-day that Colonel Rooaevelt waa
enrolled at the laat general electlon but
! he dld not raglotar at the sprlng pri
! marlea. Accordlng to the law governing
! rural dlstrlctB, he was OBtltlad to Wt*
thla month, Mr. French sald. Colonel
Roosevelt refused to enroll in a party
caucub to-day because no proviaiona have
I v.-i t.e.n made for I'rogresslves to enroll.
the party never before havlng had an/
[ ofnclal tecognltlon.
MARSHALL VOTED EARLY
Cast Straight Democratic Bal
lot in Indianapolis.
Indianapolls, Nov. S.-"I BUgPOM you
voted th* straight tlcket. Oovernoi ?"
"I aure dld," r*ptl*d ''.overnor Thomas
R. MatHhall, Democratic candldate fnr
V*|ea>Pra*ldaat Just after be had caat his |
hallot at IJI this morning.
The Governor, aca*mpani*d ^y aforo
.Mth NlchoUon. the atithor, walked to the
| polls.
a
CLARA BARTON LEFT $20,000,
Worcester, Mars.. Nov. 5.?Wrltten ln
' Uadpaactl the orlB <>f mi*b Clara Barton.
founder of the Red Croaa. was rlled In the
Probato Caort a*re to-day. An aatate af
> 120,800 I to be Otrlded among relatives.
Mtaa riarton natnod a COBUalttOO tO write
| >ei hl'iirraphy.
TAFT SLOW IN VOTING
Occupies the Full Five'Minutes
in Polling Booth.
Clnclnnatl, Nov. 6.-Presldent Taft took .
the alb.tted flve mlnutea when he voted ,
Wiortly after noon to-day. He cast each j
of the slx separate ballots, flve of which
are devoted to local affairs.
Before vlsltlng the polllng booth. the |
President vlslted Clnclnr.atl friends, ln- ?
cludlng RepresenUtlve Nlcholas Long
worth, Bon-ln-law of Colonel Boosevelt
President Taft was cheered as he drove |
through the street- on his way to vote. ,
AMU1EMENT3. _?
||fi^C?r|<rJES
UNDER 'MANY FLAGS
? ._ Dally -fatB...B?-r s*at? |1JB~ a.
t'siaglrlt Baa* Bj*
WINTER QARDEN ^onMeiTn^asa-_!_*
-THK I'AKSINO HIIOW OK 191* ?
Kx^tra Keiituie-^Bordonnn The Flr-. Affalr
BroadwayTh -n- llat Bv.Ortg. N.'it. 8at.
^?,^6^' Th? Dovi o? ?eace
| VDir 42d. W. of B'way. Evu?. at S00
L- I i\l _- $l.GO Matlnee To-day at 9.
^re^ntV'^ JULIU- -AtSAR
Caat Incl" t?s Mr. Pav.-rshtm, F.tnW K?onr.n.
Tvrone 1'ower. Fuller M.lllah. Mi'a .Tulle Opp
DALT'flX UyS.lo'." Br*8:_S, -a4.T-Bajr.ll.0e
THE POINT OF V.LW
3l)lli E J'b.. 1!.. r.r H ?" Mitlnce Todaf $1 Vi
fX The Bllndness ot Yirtae vA
MunhiittanOp. Ho.. :14 _ 9th Av. Kv- at JTfj
;' : ;", ,, BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
PLAYHOUSE ' 5S_irl_-^-ur7sSa1
?0(,;y,ft LITTLE WOMEN
M.?l..e F.IIMf. Th.. 0-th. fc*t# f<"^j_V?
li.ae-uttne- READY MONEY
48TH SL THEATRE ETlB^f
.'?-? LITILt MIS_ JROWN
(__M Bl ii Bv. 0:.0. M?t. Tuday, 91 *0 .
THE MERRY COUNTESS
Wllllani Colllafa COMKOY-l IM K'.f B'way ;
S^VI.k FANNY'SFIRSTPLAY;
vi<rt\l) JOBtn S7. nf8th tv. Bv?.0:10.1
?';" , THtWASTRR AT,, H0LSE|
OI I-lIT B*wsyasd?0thBt a>??.0:0j0.
U1JUU MAf gVBBT n\V AT 3:00 .
';;? RA1NEVSAFR1CANHUNT,
REAL E8TATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTIOf*. [ REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Now That Wilson is Elected
Let's Get Down to Business
BUSINESS IS MAKING a Hving and some money besides
for the future.
THE BEST WAY to make money without risk is to take ad
vantage of an opportunity to pick up a bargain at a
Forced Sale of Keal Estate along or near Broadway.
THE CITY is growing so quickiy northward that you are
bound to make money.
That is the way the big fortunes have been made.
GO LOOK AT THE FORSTER-SCHMITT PROPERTIES
464 Lots and 9 Dwellings
Broadway, 258th to 261st Street, Riverdale Ave.
and adjaccnt Aveg. and St.., OPPOSITE VAN CORTLANDT PARK
MUST BE SOLD at Public Auction
Tuesday, Nov. 12th, 1912, at 11 A. M.
At the Exchange Salesroom Titles Imured by the
14 Veaey Street Lawyeri Title Inaurance & Trust Co.
70?o on Mortgage Free to purchaaers.
Savings Bank Books taken aa Deposit on Purchaoe*.
tt._? JOSEPH P. DAY, ? "JST
REAL ESTATE FORSALE ORTO LET
BOROI ..II <il >tl. IIMOND.
8BA8HOBB BAROAIN.? Prdtv drpf rnoin
bungalow and IM. $.'.20; aafc bathln*; de? p
k?a r.Bhii g; ri.n.i satilria: basatlful locatlon
-.eaahore and roun'.ry romMned, fare, ll>c. A-l
dresa Oceanslde ftB. Trlhur.e.
I.O.NG ISI.AND.
For 5ale
Fine Country Home
On North Shoreof L. I.
!0 Mlles Out. J-.i.-ellent ( nnimulatinn.
House la of i-eauiiful Knailsh arehlteetnr*.
Ktan.ta on a larg" plot. Kpl-n.llri ???wg >>f
1 ong Inland Sound. K*<?llent aalahborhood,
Caa be hought at veiy reaaoaable prtee. Oaa
venltnt terms.
S. OSG00D PBLL & CO..
Itrj-ant 5U10 1W2 Fiftli 4*8*8*8
ynfvrj I.ADY not in posttion to eontlnue.
with paymenta on very h.mdi 8888 BtMMM.
R lo-.ins. elertrlr, g..s, phon.-, heat. h.-.iutlfiil
vl. w, very hlgh, large plot, select locatlon.
kkilllng to lose, new house; pavments <>f $110
monthly make you the owner, ran he hotight
at Mg hargaln. Anawer at once. Tl ROI -
Boa, ?*. Tnhaaa Cptoam Oasca, l.itft Broad
* uy.
OVR sffAOAZIBI DBgCRIBtHQ THi 0TON
derful developrn?-nt of l.ong Island. alro a
(ata'ogu-- Of housee. aent free on requcst.
M'KBIOHT REAL.TT CO.. 347 8th ave? New
York. T'l. 8088 Madleon 8<l
NaW" JKKBKV.
IOK HALR.
BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINSIDE HOME
MONTCLAIR, N. J.
South Movmtnln Ave.. 40 mlntilea N'f .?
I Y?Cb, I.a k*\s.k! : a H R.. abundant t-i.n
: wrVtct Shr.rt walk troll.y. Artlatlfl
oraii'.na. hardwasg floors, tieotrt.-ity, ?as. 14
1 ro-irr.s. ;l ba'li ro-nis, also kltchen. laundrv,
cons?rvator;, aun room. butler's pantry;
st?-am l..-at. larg.- poreh. fln- lawn. gard -n.
tennls court. large etable, sultal.le earag.-,
2O0 feet front. of which 100 *a*1 with dwell
| Ing and atable ls 2P'J feet d"-p, and 100 1 at
214 feet deep. Spl.-ndtd old ahsde trees,
Wll-placed, valual.le shinbbory. park-ilkn
1 outiook Ceatra aela-braUMl avtomoblltiis; |
an.i drlvlng roads. brnlle patha. ln Eas. 18
1 t'ounty park r*-servation. Oolf and ao<Ma!
rlu>>a. convenlent publlc and prlvat* schoolf
and good markets Eaay terms THI rf.iai
aalMg bv Trust ''ompany Would a>ll li>0
feel by 292 feet. with houae and atablc. and
make correepondlng reduetlnn In prl< ?? OWWtt
llvhn ln houae. which .-an be Inspect'd at any
time ( wner would eontlnue and pay rent unill
sprtns If deslr. il Owlng 10 hreaklna: up of
rSailly aill s^ll at mu.h helnw actual \alu.-;
r-laht ronsld. r part pavment In fret and
clear nnlmproved Montclatr property l'ho
tographa and survrv anhmltted. Addraa*
JAM80 A. STAHRKTT. N" 'i. Rector Bl .
|t** York. Ttlcnhona *o-m h.ci?:.
TO LET FOR BU8INES8 PURPOSE9. f TO LET FOR BUS1NES3 PURPOSE8.
WOOLWORTH BUILDING
Broadway, Park Place to Barclay St.
Bvary
office
with
unobscur.d
dayllffn'.
and
dlrect
flunJlght.
Ho
waBte
spaee.
A Valuable Asset
The comforl and satisfaction of a
tenant is a valuable asset to the owner
of an office buildinjj. To aid in securtng
either, or both, means a study of the
tenanl's business and how begt lo plan
space for it. Applicanls for offices in
Ihe WOOLWORTH BULDINQ are thus
aided.
Our rcpresentative is at your service.
Moat
completely
equlpp.d
and
moat
aeceaBlhla
ofHc.
hnildlag
la
Kew
York.
EDWARD J. HOGAN, Agcnt, 3 Park Row, Opp. Astor House
TKLKPHONE M7I CORTLANDT.
REAL ESTATEFORSALEORTO LET
NKW JKHSEY.
7 ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
IV-ire I'i.OOO. on aS-f tortm. on BBM -
half acr* plot. bBeatS- ln luountalna
of N'.-w Jsraay, !??*? <han on- hour
from N Y PltJ N>ar iipn'M BtSttaS
sa D..UI w i- "?? ar,d iK-af ahala
of lakea. H?_lth-?"lv'ntt air. un. x.-.-ll'.l
loeatlatl, mldat -OTiif-nliil n-lKhoorn
Writ* for plcturr atid floor pljur
\ddrr*a Opportonlty, I*. <). Bot ;t91.
N*w York (II).
APARTMENT HOTELS.
HOTEL IRV1NG
' 28 ..r-.n.-i. > Tark. -Oth St.. nrar llh Av*.
Th. only h..ul in HUj !>?>" ?* ?*? _?J
H.tipt.rt f?r r.ftn.d famili-* 1-3-0 roami snd
hath. fiirnlih.d or unfiiirl-li.-.! Am-rkan
i.n.1 Baropeaa piam Parlor, bedroetn and
l.ath 9.Ti f,*r woek and up foi t'-vo peraons.
I Aaseficsa pian. _
THE LANGDON 6,\_,?%,*nd
N-_ op?n Be* farafS lateat faihionahle
hotel Bookl.ti -nd panlcularii on requ.-at.
noiei. uooaici Dlu;NlJ u cUATU-Ldsl.
LOPT8, .'.0-61 Orebard at.. in-ar Orand, 50k
s7 *] f.-et: will allcr to sult. Apply K.
RIDLBY. .'>0 Allen st.. 8*1 -t.aa.-ment. 9.;!0
a. m 14 - p. m.. nr wrlta.
UNFURN'SHED APARTMENTS.
WKSI NIDK.
JUST COMPLETED.
165 West 83d Stree!
New 9 Story Soand and Flre Prool
Apartnitnla. 4 ..n.l 5 R*MM and Balh.
}Crt'i ... I iii.i
KI.AWHON i BOBaM. 18S Heat 7td 8t..
nr Rapreaontatlva on fi tfmlaaa.
UOKOl (.11 OF HKOOK1.YN.
BEAUT1FUL NEW LIGHT
BAY HII-n'.K APABTMBNTB.
flUt M.. Ith. and oth avea., 4, 5 6 rooms;
t.ath :.!1 niodern Irnprovamanta; hot water,
. ? .? i m hnit electrlc llght, vacuum cl.at.lng;
avrraca t.-nt. 81?:>u to $J8, n.uat be seen
... h.. approcUtad. Convenlint to aurfa>-e
hnes and I.; 30 mlnutea J'ark How (ieutlles
only, Af.olv on prunlwes. _
AUCTION 8ALES._
I't-RSi'.xNT i" \n AQRBBMENT, antered
I.,:.. batwoaa John Wanamaker, New York,
and Uaeola HMna, I will s.-ll to-day at 10
a. tn., at 374 Uroadway. plano depurtin.-nt,
PAaheasay planu. atyle J, No. BTSOOi maW*
Knate. and atonl. aa provlde.l hy aeotlona
rt.*> an.i 8d of the personal property Uwa of
Mett York. MuB FKY. Auctlouecr.
AMU8EMENT8.
NKW YOKK'S LEADING THEATRES.
CIIDIBC B'wav &~4(Mh St. evT- -' * !?'
ClfJririB L_st MaU Today - Sat.. 2:13.
JOHN DREW'^iS.-,
_THE PEHPI.KXED M'SB-ND.
NEXT MONDAY. **-?? >'ow' _,,
NAZ MOVA ^^SS
I VACI1A- W ?'?'- 4.r.th lt Kvr. 8-20 Sharp
Ll.-Um M?._ T,)nVw * Sat., 2:15
MraBiLLiEBURRE^r
-THK -MlNn THE I'AINT" Oa-H-T
PcDDlOV 05th Bt. nr. Brwar E.-e**:20
UAnnl-rV M tM Tonay _ Sat . 2:13.
john mason ;;:??.:
i.\ Keary BsrS-tets. s-thor -f Tha TM-J?
PQITCQIfly Bway .< 4Vh .-t. Ev.r 8:13
Un|ltnlUr1 Mts Tod_y ft _St. 2 15
Bachelors & Benedicts ,,,> RalphHorz
HARRIS i^-frr*
?R0\RS OF LALQHTER"
?WOBJiP
?'FOR-ES' BEST COMEDY
?TKI.E^RAl'H
JAMES gOBBBB
Author of "Th. C'horn. L_dy &
"Tiie Travrlllnc ftalOTW-D.
?<BESf COMEDY IN A GEN
ERATION" ?BVB
TntTRNAf
AUDIENCl
BUBBLED
AND
LAUGHED
?HRBALD
A RICH
MAN'S SON
READ
THE
SSt yellow
ojm JACKET
i PAPER i ___,
,??,! A GREAT
Sl BIG HIT!
T1TIE FULTON '^inin^s-.r
.j'Nrtt Matln.. iSaturday._
UITI- AM W'"i Mth Ot B?a. 8:25.
tlUll UlS M,,? T.day * Pat.. 2 15.
HEIENWARE%13^
DAQg OSth Bt. Cel. Clrcl.. I_wK 4 Btghte
TBrlB , a?t Ma;g tod'.y A- S*t. 2.-0.
CLIFVON CRAWFORD m(>,kb.k,?t
rharsisf, Ba*. 14?Basu Baat >??**?_
"THE (11 PBY." a Nev. Romantlo Opj^rctt*
NEW AMSTERDAM ^f^lSSSflt"
MATINEK rO-DAT. BKUT J4EATH 01.50
THECdUNT 9LUXEMB0URG
l.D.DTV W.43B 81 Btbb 10 Bts. Today.
LiBCKIT | ?.lf TODAT Mat., OOe-Ol.Oe;
MIIFSTONFS bv untldBennett
ITIiLLO I Ulltd BSward Kneblaach.
hul. kfrhork-r. Bway, 00th W Kvfi 8 15.
Mnllnr'. Today and t*_t.. 2:15.
Tb? Lasl VVord ln Mnal al fornedr.
OH! OH! DELPHINE
MOii im awna _3S?
MATINEE T0--AY-P0P. PRICES
CFELDF0LLIES
ftllCTV B voy and 4rtth
UAlCl I U_, MatB T.dav * Sat.. 2 M
LAST 6 TIMt-S
idm
L___-_-___
:: ?,-..<_..? nssb asa* __ra_r_ Bseaaa
? ?N.vl M'-'d-v. V New Am.rl- ft ft f)
? 'Pft'nTom'w. can Farce. _?_?-'?
_"? * "_" __' irft. tTIM KB TO-DAY st OtlO,
(jLUDLi osrcoMKitv * monr
, Mr RLS1K JAKIB
i;. b. 0:13 1 Th-l.ad.i of tli. Mlpp.r.
aVII i ACK'S I! " f> * :foth st
1 OUR WIVES"
Jav 90e to $1 M
,1th HENH
KOI.KER.
IN SIX DAYS 14,490 PERSONS SAW
Th. OlOO.OeO l.ot:-. laufler tpectacls
"THE DAUGHTER OF HEAVEM"
?]l CENTURY i?l9e_^V9S9ec_t
\t Piieas Horn .'.'.. to $1 .-.'>. ,
F\e? 0:10. atstlseea Today a Bat., - 10.
TflEATBE. 240 w 44 Bt
LITTLE
Bvca I ??"> ?M-'t
*u.\ ir.l.ty, S :i0.
"ANATOL"
SN0W \VHITEn"i^;So:S5RBO?
?nd Bvan Aft*a WCpt Saturdaya. at 8:30.
A la.r?-Tal*' l'lay for ? lill.Ir-n._
rri TlMrC Weat 4'.,rst. Ev_2 at 8:15.
LLlll>-il- Mat. Today APat. at 2 13
WITHIN THE LAW
op cohans Hraa_igsi_S
GEOi Mt COHAN -Br?-4wsy" J?se!
ICTftD I> ' ' S i:'-" 0 r_. Jlatl W. I
ASTUR a B_? Ti ?DAT MAT.. BBa M 91 00
0OLIil.ASPAlRBANKS.a|K;A.H-,,U]K^
?HAWTHORNF.of iheL.b.A. f.-rnArd Paaaa
-:_-m- HO.. -"Irt ?t rst- av?. Mat Today
GRAND Knir.i. roT. **Oter tas mmr
...?in-i Cft Tom I.^wla ft Mlk. Donlln,
UNiON 5Q? 'Wllbu: -M-rk&N.llaWalk.r.
H wny * Mth St H<M>y * l.eo Tom T.rrlB. othl.
.....iii Blanch.Walsh,Th**. B.ndix
COLDNIAL |piHV-ra. I.-.MI. CUflf. Avon
H?uy * OM i;r 'Com'dy 4. l.xo ("arrlllo.olhi.
nutUODl ?Iraltuxl Num-t>." with
ALHAmDna iriark st B-rgaasa. Ray t-'o*.
ft* \t Sj 109 Ot. IB? F". K.ynard. othnri.
iiarjiraa"? "THE OBKAT DIV-DB."
HAHUrVl HO Evi .13-25. D.iCy Mat MJ.-v
SYMPHONY
Pooli-ty of N.w Tork.
WALTER DAMROSCH, Conduotor,
.Mday Aft.. l tMinday Aft..
Nov 9. at 3:H?. ! >or. 10 at 3.
NKW AEOLIAN HALL.
tiFl'TIl. iVEN. itx.rtur., I^onor. No. 3;
,, t Vvnt.liorv'No. 9. liAUBICI BAVTU
?Ujl mera ro*-" (alstasr Oaaaet, Sonn?
s.,.,.. MACCIETEYTE^
Nrtt-ketn 50?-. lo 91.30, now on sale -t >
Hox (M-Sa A.ollan Ha'.l. X
UETROPOLITAN SSE&
i ii. nln? Nlght. Monduy, Nov. II, at 9?
PiKi-ln.'a Manon Lsaeast. LsertalS Borl (de
jut), Dseh-B?! canmo. Srottl. S.gurola.
Bada Bslaa COs4 . Olorgta Polaeeo (d.i'ut).
tl'cd. at 1:90?(iortl.rda.nunrrang. Fr.m
it.t.l Homer. Fornta, A.t.n, ,"park-i. Bur
?!?., irlBWold, Well. <i?rit_ r.Mi.t.. H-rti.
'. Iinrs. at 0?CBaCSSBa. Ueatlnn. Ilom^r, Du
?h.n?; .'muno, AinatoS.-nurola. >'ond.,Polacco.
Kil^.it s 18 _attae_hr. Firrar. Fornla.
M.irtiW Bcottl, BaOa. Cesd., OtaraaL
Saf. Mat. at I Taimhu.nt.rr. D.atlnn.
l" si^zak. s/bII, Ofltharsseea, Rrin.
, . Coa4-ctor, H.rtr
I Seatm H.'Klna Tomorrow at 9 A. M.
HARDMAN PIANO U8BD.
FRANCES STARR
HE ( ABB OT BBOKT.
I 9'Mt Sri n!ng? nt I 15,
' 4-.I Bt 'Mts Vo.lay&Siit.'M
? ? ind r.-.vi?! He!??. o prew
GOVERNOR'S LADY
DCI A-^n UVRt 44tb St Ev"oln*?at 8:20.
DtLA--U m.iih. Thara ft sat., _ 20.
"MISS STARR TRIUMPHS" #??SL
n.w n>
BBLABCO
pr> Mfiitsi
THK ( ASK or BECKT.
DCDIIRI Ift u""' _**niBgaat0:lB
nCrUDLI. u,, st MtiVo,lay&SIit..'Ml\
B'llllaia Blltotl iti.l r.-ivi I He!??.', |.r-hen
T
II
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MBNTAL HVtilKNE KMIIBIT.
Open D-I.y, 9 A, M 10 P, m
city COUU-OB. Wmt laeth Btraat ft St.
s'tchoiat. Terraoe. B'way Bvbway to 117th 8t
NOYEMRER R'fH TO I3TH, 191*.
L.rtui.s and Cliarti and Movlng f'lctnr.i
ahswlsa
CAfJBBB OF UrSANITT.
I Maaa HSBtlaga: Not, 8. 12. 14--Frl, Tues.
and Thura ?v.ning?.
Sl.-nlal diicMM-k r.pla.ii.d by riprrt*. 8 P \f
tDMJHXION FltKf.
sr.w \i:?)ii.\> iitn. 14 \ut 4.1 sV
Vi:XT StT. Aft . -t-.-.iO. Vlolln lt-llal lO'ts
PERSINGER
foo to I'joo it Box (NBea aa4 from M?t M
l i ,1 ion.417 .-ih \\. BTB1NWAY PIAWO
(JAMMERSTEIN'S te; &??*;
"U'ly-lata.?ft 00c Jand 15 other blK acti.
N6w to get down to Busi
ness.
Clothing, i'urnisiiings, hats
and shoes.
For men and boys.
Rogkrs Peet Com p any,
Three Broadwfy Stori*.
at at ,t
Warren St. 13th St. 34tb St
_AMUSEMENTS.
fAHXF.OIE HALL, Siimlu? Aft., Nor. U
PiANO KiDOi.ru
WCiTAL!
Ganz
THE BMIXEXT MVISS PiANIsr.
TICkels. Vk- to 81 "?". now at H x -j-f,??#
AEOLIAN HALL, U Wa* ftM h
Frlday Kvenlng. Korambei a. .-. |:lg
809(0 BBCITAL? EMJIA
LOEFFLER
gorsABt
seata 81.80 to M__B__ at Box OfBce,
rARNKOIE HU.I.. Tue*. Aft., Nov. K, at S.
ZVioim Raeltsl :y H-KKM r_"*.
1MBALIST
7.'.c to 82 Managctnent Lottdon
?he ?lfR?R'Q B*-*" 8 :n'h >t Bt8.|:84
JML IflBan 8 Next Matln^e Hkt., 2M.
A SCRAPE 0' THE PEN
AEOi.IA.N BA1X, ThursdaiT Fie.. Not. 1,
l HARI.EB N. GRANVILLK. Bong R^-ltaL
Mar.agemcnt. waltar And
5ih aur 1','WHy. iTllffOordon. H..>ilie A T.cw
InAfC. v.v st leau-n, Geriaro _ rtailey,
D'ly Mat. .'S-."Oc. [*_8*B Keel.* Co., oth?ra
IN8TRUCTI0N.
For Both fiexes?'Jlty.
BERLITZ
ALL. LANOUAOEg.
Superlor natlva na-hers
Ternu
Trlal lemoti ir..*.
SGHOOL
Tha Best MathoO
D*y and Flvenlng Sessinna
At Bohool at Realdi-n. e
:iass?a and Prrtat* L*s
880*
Martlann BOuart (LLtJ Broadwaj
llarient Branch, ??* l. noa I**., Baa* UTtB St
Brooklyn ___* !.Ivlnv.-ton_8t_>
Law S. l ools.
Women's Law Class
of
New York UniverJty
!.-< tnreshiD endowed by the
\\ aa ?n'? l.egal Edurutlnn !*o< i?-ty
\ -1.-n*- ,ii fOfty-gve lfcturea 0B law [Of
bualneaa women and thssa isti raat
th- i.iar.age.nei.t of property. Mo
Wedneadaya a:ij Frldays. II .10 A M . -r
<'K> P. If., at the Oalvoratt* Ruii.ii; ?.
Washington Square. afSBharru
Lreture, Norembar lith. Lti
;,.-:? of aeholarahtps atrailable, Por fcul
h -. -. ,i Idn ?>
I.. C. SPR\<JIE. Rrg-lstrar, New York I nt
,rrslty, Wa?hlngton Mquare. V v. < Uv
SCHOOL AGENCIES.
Oaeertta* and Forelgn Teaehers' Agency.?
Suppllra Profeaaore, Teachers. Tstora, <;ov
?rneaaes. etc. to Cotlfges. ?? hools nnj Fam
IBea Apply to Mra. M. J. YOUNG-Fl.XTON.
y.i rulon Snuara
~STORAGE NOTICES._,
FIDELITY ST0RA6E WAREHOUSE,
1?M08 W. ??TH sIMBT.
NEW YORK. NOV. 6TH. lOlt
;., tflai D. :.- III ?? Mra. C. M
Bra \ Trotablejr. Mrs. j garayne BcLaod.
trab McCornlck, Mr. Ooo, L t'atl x
Mrs C, Buntnt. Mrs gmaa??l I> ? losk, JT
I. B .'rohay. Mra. Edward Wolfe. |
K Mlllar. Mr. Oacar Vnn B??nard. M s. Ia-!?
F.-rria. Mr. Alfred de An.trode. Mrs. a
vVhlt*. Mr. r. O. Foler. Mra. Nora .
Mr. Clias. R. -Wolfe. Mra. L. n. Blble, M ??
U Wlawall, Mr. D. P. Blble, Mr. F. R .b?r-?
Mr. .loa. l.ynch. Mra. "irant Wllliai-.s. Ml*?
Josephlne Fraderlek. Mr. A. B. Pa*son. Mr.
Jordan, Mlaa Bartha Thayer, Mls? I. C8IW.
Ur. Henry Kuck. Mra. D. Thorne. Mrs EM
sheth Toomba. Mrs. Annle Drla.-o'.'., Mr. <Y
U Belcher, Mr. John La?a. Vou and each
?f you are hernby notin-d tl-.at the um* fm
tha uaymant of our ll^n upon the propertr
har?inaft..r de**rlh*g havlng asplrad, aft"
du* notlco thereof had be^n flvar > u. *?
will cium auch prop. rty, to wlt. H"is-h().4
3ooda. Personal Eflfecta und M-r-'handlt*.
?tor?d ln the Fld-'Ilty Storage Warsh. BM bv
rou or In your nama .or In which >->u ma)
rtave, an Intereatt, to be eold ai publlc aur
tlon. aecordlng to the atatute In such k*J*
made and provlded, at our warer-uu-.es. 10T?
IU8 West Prtth at . Naw York City. oo Bon
iay. November 25th. 1812. at 10 M a- ~
mj If the sale thereof ls not eorspUtad m
latd date the same wtll ba contlnue-1 ?l ,h*
?ame piace on each and every Ifondar ther*
ifter, heKinnlr.g at 10 80 a, in . ai.d contln
ulng untll all tlie g >ods are aald
FIDF.UTY l<TORA<.J_ WAREHOr^g*
CHAS. A COlvUINS, Proprletor.
rYEST-SIDE STORAGE WAREHOUSE,
l?< WKI4T 180TH WT.. NEW >?'RK,
New York, 0*1 80th. 1818
To Marv ^\'ood? tJohn Bl.ich-i.-is or Qoojaa
^'aailuesi, Anna Ty*on. Mra. f Balter, aV*
Kut. Maber, Miss Ka.ie Barphy. Br. J
May.-r, I'.hode srorry. .\4is. Jeaale 1. Brldg?.
k Caria, Btaphea Osraay .Mis <v Mac* ?r
Kslmua A Cn.\ Mr. nnd Mra Eredarleb 51
I.miii (Mr, und Mrs. Havena or John stl*'* ,
I'ou and eacb of you are hereby notlfl <i t"4'
118 llBM for the pavment of v-ur lleB u*?
Lha property heielnaftcr J.-srrili".l i,**,r'
jxplred, aft. r due nottca thereef 'ad l-e?"
prlv.-n you, we will eauaa auch p"":>-?<)'. '
kvl'. Houaehold Oooda. Poraonal EffwtaaBa
Meichandlae. atored in the W-st s:!,- .?>,"r'''*
(Varaheuaa by you or ln you; aaota ur,j
a-hlch vou n.ay havi, an Intrraat). '" f
?ol.i ut publlc ouctlon. aecordlng '', ',
ttattite .n such caae made and provld J
Mltl'-i'a Au.-tlon Rooma. 120 li.iv ? . .!' ?
N>w Y.rk >:itv. ON WBDBB81?.%Y. >???_
BKK I3TM, I9lt. a>t 10:80 4. M . and If ??J
,.\!? tte.eof ls not complated en '?>
ihe ?a ie will be eontlnue 1 al < .,.
,n .aa at.d every TlBODAK IXB "*?%
M>1?AY ther. after. hCKlnnlng ?t 1" -' \.,'
md eot.tlnulnf untll all th '*?"'l*^.JS_
WB~r?l?inB 8TOBAOE WABEMOIO*
"m a. BWEBNEY. Edward Beltramli
;am Flynn. Sarah E. Blalr. K. M \"im*^
Mrs Ada H. Ramadell, Mns. <. 1^
Anna Hotohkln. Mlaa F. A. Knlght
l< Morrell. Mrs. C. F. Plarce. Mrs H lw-?
?rt>. H. c. vhrlaty. J. A. Plaalnl. g^^".!
Kusaelt. Mrs. 8. Blimlngham, Mrs M 11 '??
an.lei. Ur. E. Halm, John W. HoUllBfjWJ
II MotUqr: You and ea.-h of you arr firryw
notined that. tha ttme for th* paymw " /,
;ien upon the prop.-rty hereli:aft.-r de*~1_3
lavlng explred. after <lue notlee Iharaal
>eei: glven you. we will eause au.-h l"01*^.
:o wlt, Houaehold <;ooda. Personal Kn>?<? ?'?
Merchandlse, atored In tha ColumWa Btoraj
A'arehousea by you or ln your nar.e n>r ln w.. ?
ra* may hav? an IntereMtl, to ba *<M 4t pu ?
ui'ti.n. aeoardJoa 'o the atatutc m bikb i-j
nade and provlded. at Noa. M and -8 "",
57th 8t.. on Baturday, November *0t*}', * J_t
it 10.30 A. M.. and it the sale kaWjalBMg
'ompleted on aald date the aame whl *a *m
ilnued at the aamo place on each and e> #
baturday thereafter. heglnning at 10:80 a- ??
r.tll tha aa
ampleted.
ASTORVOIi WAKKH'-'I -1 _
BUSINE88 CMANCES.
loft
HAJJGAIN.?For rent. ioft 2.'>xl0?- JJ4^
gasre, carpet*; rlrat floor; three ''?u,.,a
a<shd*wa; i *rt>. t lU-ht: two **er* __*_a
ivr. nn rraxonable offer -efuaed. Malaon ~"
nard 880 llth a\e I81ai st ?__?-?
HARDWARg AND TIN BU0INE88; BBTA*;
llshed o.er M> yeara on Maln at.. Pauge." ?
mi the-Hudson; will aell for lnvenw>.
nealth cauaes sale. Apply to owner. J?
Kuaaell. ZZl Maln at.. Sauarrtlea, N. ??

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