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AS BILLY TALKS
I?D HOT EEL
Nine Thousand Men in
Tabernacle Sizzle Un?
der Old Theology.
POUNDS SATAN HARD
SwIlgS 9S1 Onto Trail \ftcr
Three M?ost Successful Meet
tags in Patersou.
? c; m?>r( Ilka a furnace
thp.n ?".er. The red iight.- a? the fire
-?! like the ends of red hot
Spreading above Sonday'a head, the
? I -hat ?icccntur.ies
B thin pai!
? at ths
snd up at the t 'ore h?s
had procei ? ith his
sermon th? garment was literally noth
The evang -non harmonised
completely with ths day and Its tem?
perature. He boli? ves in a ron-inr. siz?
zling, ?creeclnnir, red and blue flamed
hell, and he preached 11 He leaped at
? ? ley Ketchel
sp at his ring opponei
bettered ar,<1 liammer"?! them, i
ihem to ilir??ls, wrapped them In par
I.?ke Medical Treatise.
?' ? ? Bsrmon dealing '
'he sor al vices and their conse
'"I in figures and fun?. ,
like a medicul treatise, and was some- |
times ?hoi ? r in its frank-1
"I'm talking now so any r.isigle man
? aping about |
id of is ?
He swung into be against,
"It'? killing -, I It's kill- '
? ou, 1 'ell ? ' lied. "I'm
." he said,
his raucoua voice vibrating.;
. to help you pul a carpet
??...i ?',..:. pu? h pane of glass in
?eal of a pillow, and
fe ami children good
,ng to gat yon to save
?' buying an auto?
mobile for the saloonkeeper while you
fool it Bf the (irac<! of Cod, I
base ?trength to pa-- '-, but
? of s. u havant, and I am trying
; over an." looked into tl a
of a ?rray-headed man. with a
bushy mu ?tar he, in the semnd row.
ii a great ?ncen
traiing his attention ' vidual
for a full minute of raeing
then teerir.g to \nothei
I Iked to One Man.
"'.'in roil % ''1 pul up a fight for you,
old feller." he "nul
man. "Oh, man, why. oh, why, can't
you Bee tl 0 years of whis
ind the terril.1" S
It is to i a and drive
m I ' ' ? . mi .1 be driven
from the co nmunity, Oh,
would do -.id <?f
?nil,' ? ? fw Jerusalem, er
? Wat? r,
i?-. I'i'ii'i' v. hi re thi I . a drop,
brewerj .lied community for
at, fiti?: I'm | ,.in them.
"I dont ? i have bad
anybody" h<? turned to 'ark l
behind h m,
me my chair, Jack " he called, and.
rude kitehet chair, be
yanked 11 npot the pl?i 'orm and atood
on thi * "whether you have
lad anybody vr ht in fore to
* he old. hull i:?-.- . in this
ti-wn before "
The men in the Tabernacle ?tamped
until *? ? usl have resounded for
blocks, sunday, these ringing
. ?.?rame more and more
He spread esgled his I
"When I am through, -r od "1 I '
you car take ?? bridge
over the 1
my neck and dump me or?*i
ind a? 1 come
bark to ?lie surface yosi will have to
?ay. There got of a "?an
???h., wa - no! afr .I
? i rway! ' "
Had Crowd with Him.
Sawdust Bill had *
1 Im more tl an at "*K?
Ha t m... I ?, the
Summer Jostles Spring; Sets New Heat Record
' . ? ?.1r,n_fl ttmrn P?i?. 1
<?** five thousand regular bathers Thay
? ?ported about in the aurf, nnd aome of
; the more original declared that "the
water was t'n. "
Although th? cr??h wa? tremandona
nnd the line* of the B. R. T. ware taxed
to their utmost, the erovda ?-er* or?
derly and no arrests were reported. Po
remelned at the island for dm
ner 'hat hnndreds were forced to wait
?"or an hour or m?-re 'or service at every
' ent,n|f place.
Van i'ortlandt, Bronx and Felhnm
i Bay parks, an well aa Clason Point, City
Island and the beaches on fitaten Isl
1 and, were rlalted by record crowds. A
cnr running between Pelham Parkway
i nnd City Island jumped the track at
I'artow station, but no one was In?
jured, although windows were broken
the pa?*-engprs received a ?hak
loir boy? mannged to up = ct one of
?i?e boat! o ? he o itea el I
Point, bu escaped with .1 thorough
sr nnd n seo the proprie?
: . duT ng the
<iny by no loss than 70.000 people.
the ation reported wen
William W are old, of
I i>re=t Avenue. The Bronx; John
Keymond, tl I 201 E_ ? Thir
and Prank Alger, of
t !60th Strpr* All are expected
to recover Michael Rudish, of 841
Howe Avenne, Passs e, who leaped
.ro-n a train at "he Park Plac curve
career of the great John Clarkson. of
Mike Kelly, of pTsnk Flint, the catcher!
"who hnd every bone in his hnnds ar.d I
in his el est broken, but kept on catch?
ing." While he was telling his story
he illustrated it with all the grare. all
the deftness und agili'v of the hase
ball dinrnond. his body sweeping in
graceful eurves. In passing, he spoko i
??f Rube Mnrquard- "he's good when ,
lie's going right. He's a crackerjuck
of a I 'lew heeler," and laughed a trile
ill. "A lot of It Is hot
air," he said, tin nnd on he went, with I
his I. - the baseball Titans,
how ?lie" ! ved gloriously, how they
died "i erably, and a1 the end he stood '
"M,n of Pater?,-,!!, did they win the
game of life or did I?"
"You.You!" "You"* "You!" fama
from hundreds of throats.
There was another sermon to men .
to-night, but tlie audience was not as
large ns this afternoon's. Two hun?
dred and seventy-two men tnd the
A meeting this morning nt If o'clock
yielded 23R converts andtwo women's
meetings ?>4. The total number of trail
hitters for 'he day was 951.
GIRL "FELLS* POLICEMAN
Alleging Brutality to Captive
She Retorts in Kind.
Ross White, twenty one year? old,
; stood nt the rail in the Sixth Street
police station Inst night nnd offered to
"beat the hr ad off" anv one of a group of
patrolmen who would "put up his fists."
None complied, so she knocked down
Patrolmen (??-orge Veitler a? an
l ration of her prowess. She was locked
i.inht in the Clinton Street
irgod with assealting an
, livea at 136 Norfolk
Street, followed Patrolmen Veil
the head of a ?-mall mob to the station
Vi Mcr had arrested Louis
' IIirschkof'il . of lern Boule
\.,r,I, The Bronx, for disorderly con-1
a1 Norfolk and Li\ ingston Si i
Both tl end Hirschkowiti were in
a crov ? : in ncipelly of mem
bers of the Greaser gang.
At the Sixth Street Station the girl
made bet Stand, telling Captain
? .,t 'h?' patrolman hnd been
brutal to ! is captive. Then she issued
her defiance end swung Veitler to the
ng only when Patrol
mil,' Hughes and several other.? hnd
pinned her down.
New Bank for Matawan, N. J.
.?van. N .1 , \niil 25, The
.. ? .
.,- ? r
.: officers: I
tian Heuser, of I if Heuser A
?i 01 ,?. pre?.dent ; Carl .
II. Baird. nov, of tho Irving National
v York, cashier; George B,
? ., of ?' ,- Perm en and Merchants
Thompson, first ?ice -
snd Ge >rgi' Wyckoff, second vice*
? ? '
BroHchy^y* h 44*?t
Perfection in Food and Service,
Twenty Acts I.very Ev?*milag 7 to I
Superior Seven - Course
Luncheon, 75c (Music)
STRAND ROOF GARDEN
TO-NIGHT "QUEENS NIGHT"
'?III. I' M?t? Plnnr
' < ,
a u?_ x^... Daoaiag a. aj..... .? ?? - ....
1". rsa? i 1(> ?th Mr?4?>(.
1 SM.tiON Mas \s? ""?rh at
*3 il. M ?Kyi la, l?: E. list bL
in thsl ? held fur ol'.'rrvation
prostration ye- ?
rron of his son's home,
Ninety-second Street. Brookl He
Was taken I ?
of M9 . was
Side Doors Swing All Day.
in Defiance of Brewers'
N"o one worked harder in New
yesterday 'Kan the barkeepers. With
the Sunday closing law locked up in,
the safe and tl ?? iltimatum of
Brewer ' Assoeial
sill paU'or? ealed on
?h?. Sabbath a mere ?crap of paper,the
ealoon own? I mar?
shalling the erowdi Is and out of the
(?ido entra' ?
rhs 01 Ij fly in the ointment for the
cnf?'' proprietors lay ?m the fact that
while th?' side door swung merrily to
. : entrance bad to bo
ike. If the
stiiul.l only be a little I CBS par?
ticular on this point every liquor re?
tailer In 'he city would proclaim New
York's "dry Sundays" a sue- ;
Kr'im the lips of every aaloonkeeper
defiance of the brewers trembled and |
fell at the slights I provocal on. No
bunch of Mien ever cri ?" as- '
Berted, could n ake them elo ?? their
pinces on the best bu? ?I
? aiid maybe
day did ?
trims opii ?on was : hnl uni I
been - ? iola
t ?on of 1 law since [
January, 1914, and he has taken abso
"I o ilftv membi ("lnb
of my church in?
the I.. enties nnd
eighties. All of them were doing busi
thi y had i .. en?
? ' ?c ?!
t rout ?
Mr. Chalmers lia- written hia four?
teenth letter of pi ? le Mayor.
' 16, 1914," it ?
aaid: 'We ai
possible.' 1 has?- waited patiently for
? mi,- up ?i' . ?, By per
obasrvation and by
members of I that
? ?? back
are open all tl at ion
br? i ers ai
would i.?' i.?, i.? ?
..\ e, bul
the adi . v.?,a:.! act according
legal ?clliri'.: i
ORDAINS MISSION WORKER
Brooklyn Presbytery Accepts
the Rev. Carlton Par]'..
The Rev. ?a; I
he s*'a? in
Scenes .u ( mir', (aland vrstorday, when midsummer heat drove crowds to the beach,
nnrl an racier ??arlv l->nlrii?r
, taken from hin Imme to Lebanon Hos
? ~hl ?? iffering, phj sieisns
I'erord :?'?:!< in Washington.
Washington, April .'-r> Washington'!
for April, ees, was
equalled to-dey. Not i rice ',-'?'?'< has it
. re. The Weather Ru
: 'he.* the thermoiaeter
irk registered 99, or withia
2 del rVpril ri cord
over Pennsylvania, "hio and
strumental In organizing, was ordained
?,i Third Street "n shytenan
? i Bi i ??' ? n Presbytery,
R? ? Dr. Joseph Burrell, nnstor
of tho ( lesson Avenue Chu eh, presided
and asked the constitutional questions.
all ??f which were answered in a eatis
? - The Rev Dr, John F.
?i -I f'resbyteiian
Church, p.rachcd the s^rmT. while th?
t wai delivered by the
Rev. Nervell Woolsey Wei s, pastor of
the Soutfa Third Street ?'hutch.
CLUBMEN WILL AID
W?ELDERS OF CLUBS
?Start Movement to Make life
More Comfortable for
New York policemen, daring their
eight hours reservo duty shift each
nay, are the objects of an efficiency
und rrcreii'icTial movement fostered by
seventeen large clubs, chief among
which urn the University Club, tho
Automobile Club of America, and the
New Y,,rk Athletic Club.
At the West Forty-seventh Street
nnd the Fast Fifty-first Street nta
tion.s the clubs have installed facili
t es f,,r physical ?xerciso, for improv?
ing ventilation in sleeping rooms,
i I itha SI 1 current reading: mat?
ter foi raen.
A comn ? representing the three
clubs which have been most sctive in
? '. ? ha? presented t? the
Board l?mate and Apportionment
peri menta in the two
?Cations, an?! asked the board to
i mend s plan t?> equip each pre
? ? ' ' ritl limilsr advantages.
? eat in .tes presented
rt, the total cost for ?quip?
ons in the city would
would be less than |9,000. This, the
report points out, is equivalent to an
!" >!0 for each tnem
force and a yearly upkeep
? '" ? 1 I he r ?perl does not recommend
the ps ' / mpio>amenta either
by in,: . b) the <-ity. but sug
i'i'h'-r met? ?ble if the
Board of Estimate ????ill urge that the
be extended to all the stations.
>i have been identified with
m since its Inception are Police
? - Arthur Woo,!?, Henry D.
ice president of the Univer
I Henry B Anderson, presi
Henry Evens, Dave H. Morris,
end l'1 ii rv R T , ?. 'he Automo
R R li ?rge ?' Corbett, Mat
then P i: Jeremiah T Ma
? ? New York Athletic Club.
<? B. Cronnette. of 549
Wesl treet, was srrested when,
to ?ell a revolver to a nawn
?? said in court that it was
riven to h*-r by a boarder She we.?
in 1er own custody.
Despondent because of lack of work,
I Rssnick committed suicide bjv
mself while his wife, with
her infunt child, was in an adjoining
The body of Pomenico Romstone, a
deck hand, ? be was drowned ill the
Harlem River oa March I, !,?? been
: ? covered
* J i
gan record? for April lies' ".ere
".. ami the t\ eather Hure.m hi Id
relief for two or
v . i nu?,- \> eath? r ' ? prom
the RI d'il" Atlantic states.
Mercury at 08 Upstate.
Middleto-fvn, S*. V., April 21. Intense
hen' prevailed ?o-dny throughout
Orange and adjo ning eountlei Thrr
mometi re( itared 98 ?'egrec?, the
highest known ia this section on this |
1 tl?? in many years.
EAST SIDE AGAIN
Prey on Unemployed Girls
?it Dances and Film Shows,
Boy Police Report.
, Th?. cadet, once driven fr.m tho E
Side, is plying hi.? despicable trade in ;
that section again. He is al?o active in
Harlem, The Brons and Rrooklyn.
His presence on the Fast Side ha?
been detected by th? vigilance of the
boy police of the Fast Side Protective
Association. The prevalenc? of unem?
ployment i? aiflintr him to pre'- on girl?
who when nt work are safe from h ',
An official of the association said last
night that the report? from the boy
police shosv that the cadets frequent
the evening dancing classes in the pub?
lic school buildings. \lern they be?
come acquainted with girls, and l
to moving picture shows and ire cream
"We have found," the official said,
"thai not ?lone are the cadets work?
ing their nefarious trade on the ha.t
Side, but the> have bean reported as i
being active in ?he upper pin- ol
city and in The Bronx and Brooklyn as ?
well. In several cases which
con.e undei oui observation wa ha ?
? ha: the mothers of many ol
girls ar?? to blame. .lobs are scarce
and there are many unemployed girls
Some of tho mothers nag them con- I
| tinually for their inability to -ret posi-j
tions, with the result ?hat they become
i despondent and easy prey for the
FOSS CRUSADES FOR DRYS
Asks Bird to Run for Governor
on Prohibition Issue.
Boston, April 25, Ex-Governor Fu
trere V Km ? t., day addressed an o-"-n
' !et?er to Charlea Snmner Bird, candi?
date fur Governor OB 'he Progres
ticket in 1913, asking him to become a
candidate this yes Republican
gubernatorial nomination, ??? I
bition as hi? ? hi?-*" is- ue. Prohl
waa ?me of the planks of thi Prs
aive platform in tins state la?t fall.
The let t? r indicates the intention ofi
Mr. Fobs to return to the Republican
?m ka, a h ich I c lefl n 1910 Laat
si ek il waa announced In political
? he migh' - ?
liean nomination for Governor
year on a ; platform.
In hi? letter I a ?.?. ? that he .
? ? nciled 1 han ei sr to the old
'atandpat' Republican organisation."
Important Spring Sale
Fancy Table Linens
t.fl Trad. Mara
This is n real ?ale with real reduction^ m spit, of the genial ,n
, Zr in the price of Linen. It affordi housewives an opportunity
;:;;;inr,;,,;( glotis of Mrfutcheon Staiidard of quality at rety fr**
Fine Madeira Ten Napkins, twelre deaigna a? *?00, 6.75 8.50 doz.
Sclllop^dDamaslc Linche** and Dinner Cloth* with N.pkm- to
match in three attractive deaigna.
.,..,oo ,? s.pkins .?poo per do? 71 toH| J??J <*?? *.M e*eh
.;?,"; n V.p .1 118-50 prr dosetl hH* Hound Cloth, $?.?0 ?-aoh
?,o inch Round Clothi $10.50 e?i*
Hemstitched Damasl Tea Cloths with IVapkina to match.
15x15 Inch [Vapkins $5.00 dozen
.vi?..'!', inch Cloths $2.50 each
15x45 Inch Cloths $8.71 ench
54x54 inch Cloths |5.00 r.-sch
Madeira Luncheon Sets, Tray Cloths, Scarfs, etc.
fl inch Doylies 12.25, 2.7.1. 4..10(1i>;*:.
in inch Doylies $4.50, 5.50, 7..10 dor
21 inch Center).iri-cs $l.*iO, 2.00, .'I on
Hemstitched Scarfs. Tea Cloths, Napkins and- Tray Cloths, in
hcavv round thread li'.'ii of Cream color with Damask firjurcs.
27 iiirh Centerpieces 11.7.1. 2.50. 1.50.
Oval Trar Cloths 3.1c to 2 00 each.
Ohlon?: tray Cloths ?Oe to 2.7.1.
Scarfs $5 00 to 5.21 each.
Iflx21 in? Trat Cloths 65c e.ieh.
I' ?27 in. Tray Cloths 75c euch.
2 ' 30 in. Tr?y Cloths 8.1c ene;
18x?fi in. Scarfs $1.00 each.
18x48 In. Scarfs $1.25 earn.
1 ???.11 in. Bcarfs $1.50 eaeh.
15x15 ineh Vapkfns !*4.50 dozen.
18x15 ineh Napkins $6.7.1 doren.
.Irixfifl ineh Cloths $1.7.1 each.
45x45 inch Cloths $2.7.1 each
,14x5 * inch Hot he $8 75 eaeh.
72x72 Ineh Cloths $fl.75 each.
Jlavl Woven Irish Daviask Tea Napkins of finest quality.
100 On7.rn 12x12 inch Square $8.75, 100. 1.10 and ?1.00 per doren.
2?")0 D-i/v-r; ih'i Inch Square $6.50 and 6.50 per dozen.
Special Twenty-five piece Luncheon Sets, Scalloped in White on
colored Linen Etamine. Colors Tan, Old Blue and Oreen, $8.7.?
Tea Cloths and Napkins in Filet, Cluny and Eyelet Embroidery.
11x51 Inch Cloths $10.50, 45x1.1 inrh Cloths Si 5.00 each.
8f."\'li> inch Cloths 912.00. 1 t-xl I inch Napkin? $ 12.00 dozen.
We arc closing out our entire stock of fine Cluny Luncheon and
Dinner Cloths at a decided reduction in price.
72 Inches diameter $20.00, 22 M>. 27.50, 17.50 and t-0.00 eaeh.
90 inches diamet? r $52.50, 10.00, 17 50, ?*?7.?e>i> and 8.1.00 each.
The sale also includes Damask Table Linens, Bed Linens.
Towels and Bed Coverings.
James McCutcheon & Co.
Fifth Ave., ,34th & 33d Streets
NEWSBOYS' CAMPAIGN ON
Captains of Fifty Teams Meet
To-day to Hear Plans.
Captains of tho fifty teams in charge
of 'he ten-day campaign to rn'?<> -
000 for the Newsboys' Home will meet
this afternoon at the City Lurch Club,
168 It roadway.
Joseph P. Day will give specific in?
structions aa to the best way to eon
duct the campaign successfully, nnd
r. P. A. who conducts The Tribune's
"colyum," ?ill tell why be be, ame in?
terested In tho movement. ' ollectiona
will start Muy 4.
? , rs ?h,, v. 11 ?tten I the m
fir,- Donn Marl)",', lartii . ?'?
!!. Black, Sol Bloom, \! ? id J. Chatil
lon, Frank I
.'!. Creamer, Rieherd S. Crummy,
Cuddihy, J. Clarence D?vies, W. V
Rating, John T.
Ernest V Garbe, I
\\ Gerard, Johs B. i irl P.
(?? ieshaber, Prank ? I lliam
Edwin Hall, A. W. H I". II.
Hodgkinson, Artemua II. Holmes, ? u
C Lorentzen, S. Wood McClave, Clyde
?tartin, Richard W. Meade, George !'.
Metzger, Bernon S, Prentice, Jeson
Rogers, Fred? rick J. Sachs, William A
Scully, Emil M. Scholz, H. I.. Sim
.1. Norrish Thorne, George \. Wei
H. Wal kina i i
m y end Jes le Wineburgh.
A special committee on pli
of William Fellowes M?
Ralph Pulitzer Marcus Loew and 1-. ! i h -;
A. Pe Lima, hns srrs * sub?
scribers to tne fui
t a* one-fourth of I prom
ised July l, 1915, snd the i 1er in
ihre? instalments, ,i'?.? January 1, 1916;
July 1, 1916, and January 1, 1917,
Lippitt Ready to Run Again.
Provide ice, R, I.. Anril lb. I ?
',,r llonry !' 1. ?
be i, eendidate for re-<
? nt made to-dey b; Jo leph H.
? .un", chairman
ator Lipp ??'- *^rm will expire
March ?1. 1917.
HIPPODROM EjirM?D IN AMERICA
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Photo Playa, Including n?. ja. je??Wl 1 ' v ' *' i" '
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MATS. li> lit, IS*. NIGHTS. IV 2St, MS. I-*?** _* I v.* '?"**1?1' ?ll.l.HLl
PDIMfTCC I'rt?. I M lypic. 1 ..?? ? nt?
rKll^-LtaOC tul' n\l V ?f.?iW?
6m.rt.?t Mu?i al Ct-m> ian.il of tese, III-- v i>b I ?J 1 t\ _/
MO Oat BULL MOMENT ?iii.ui rpi "_D"T""*~ "TZ> ~*V
JLST LAUGHS JOLLY TL'Sf s. PRETTY -J-UV?LJ_|J_T> JL
LASTWORO INMOOER^OANCtNG jjjjg, if!-:,. ; v
vnn unc? uno ?? GE WOLF HOPPER a The Yeomen,,' Guard
TUU Ml HtAK ((iMt,)? j ...
:/r THE WHITE F?Ai??EJ.
PRINCESS?SPECIAL MAT Te DAY ? p M plAVUnil?r ? ? .
LELIZABETH ROTHE Sli-B/ERS
l-l I I LC - ??**"***?_ ifH st. TM. i ?. ? |] Mai
.:?< ? ?? M. a?d _ad at? \ I ft I _T F I I F (i F M ! t*1*"""
?\ PAIR OF SILK STOCKINGS 1 ~T"^ l-*^-5-^J^^%
?" LA.V'H'p^rn'riM.MtV^ " THE PEASANT GIRL
?SLRTiraincD nnvc? standard
? UNUtn lUVtn robert hiluard
T M r A ? , ', L l
MAYOR APPEALS TO
Asks Their Help to Keep Park
Lawns Free from Paper
Mayor Mitchel has mads an nppea!
to ?' - ??' ool children to help In kcep
?n.: li i'1'l pre.aent
able this s. I vinj* up to the
ordinal ng paper?,
other rubbish on the
,? Mayor m mtt* ?
| W. ( hurchill, presi
?' the B -.I, d of i i ?king
him ti ? egerd to
the ordir-arice real for BSVSral ? I
cassive days to all the ?-h i Mr?-? in the
At the same time'?he VsTor hs? in?
atructed the Park Commisilontri Is
provule sufficient r?ceptacle? for rub?
bish in the parks ami instruct att**s4
a-*? t'? draw the at???nt!on of
? ism. In hi? ??'.n'emer.* to thi? school
children the .Mayor ?a:,!:
"The park? are p!a<-.'? for 'le ck??
drei. *., .? ? ? -. ?*
properly bjr not throwing; paper?, pn
ihella or other
walks and lawns. Put iuch rubb
the cans and hove? which ar?> pi
T?,r ?'??'i' ? ? the rlosvrr?
i ad klag a
them. Each of i*ou b
thi? citr to prot? i and
I make th" pari-.
?? for sll '
* :n,?F. N,W YORK LEADING THEATRES HAVE NO DEALINGS WITH THF T
EMPiRE NEW AMSTERDAM -
FKOHMAN .v DAVII* BE.IaASI'O'3 11? 1 Tyil ?r/Mtn r-Tt-n
Ar g -e o ACT A WATCH YOUR STEP
??Se ?T W?WI CELEBRATED Mr. and Mr?. Vrrnon t. ,.', Fran! I..-,
case. .-tt-t-^ ??j||-|0ANAD?FO?l?ESl
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