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THE WASHINGTON HERAUD. SATURDAY, 'JANUARY 25. 1913.
DARNEILLE ON STAND
' IN INSURANCE PROBE
To the Public
For This Great Sale We Are Offering Two Carloads
of Choice Pig Pork Cuts and Many Other Attractions
NOTE THE PRICES
Butter, lb. ...
Brookfield Creamery Butter, lb. . .36c
Swift's Premium Oleomargerine,
QOZ. . . . .
Best Michigan White Potatoes, peck . . 18c
Large, Sweet Florida Oranges, 176's, doz 25c
Ripe Florida Grape Fruit, each 5c
Cabbage, Large Heads, each 4c
Yellow Globe Onions, -pk 4c
Old Dutch Market, Inc.
930 La. Are. N. W.
8th and E SU. S. E.
31st and M Sts. N. W.
7th & Que Sts. N. W.
1111 H St N. E.
1632 North Capitol St
GENERAL FURNISHING STORE
Everything tor father, mother, and
3304 Ga. Ave. Col. 1334.
Git your votes hen !a Herald 23.000 Contest.
IndndlDg casket, outside case, embtlmlsx.
abroad, owning of crave, three carrfacn,
brant. &jl. ic Call or phone, for further
W. W. DEAL & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS ASD EMBALMEBS.
81S n STREET NORTHEAST.
CONOMY MEAT MARKE
THirrt tho but of Foodstufli as
ht had it the lowest tawraUlng
tsiees. Meats. sTsu. sad tmruuc
409 Third St. N. W.
W Gin ots to Ti BnU'i Own Costast,
BEE HIVE MARKET
Large Can Corn Us.
Raisins. 3 for. Jto
Citron, pound ....... .....Ua
Tomatoes. cans Jot
Oth and M Strveta.
Fhcne N. 2334.
r ln Totea la Tba Herald's ES-Bt Oontssk
Largest Morning Circulation,
f The Market 051 Martit JB
mm Economies JhmXmhE Giness S&M
Years of Straight Savings
Fresh Shoulders, 101a
Little Pig, lb ... C2Z
Pork Loins, Small, -I C
Very Choice, lb. ... w
Fresh Hams, small, lb 1 6c
Lean Pork Chops, lb 1 5c
Honey Brand Hams, from our own smokehouse, V-
Picnic Shoulders, from our own smokehouse,
Pure Lard (&nn - 5
Compound, a Lard Substitute, lb ., . . . QliC
Holly Brand Sausage, Pure Pork and Pure
Spices, lb 20c
Sliced Bacon, mild and sweet, lb 20c
Beef, Prime Young Steer Cuts at Very Low Prices.
Lamb, Prime Native Quality in Large Supplies.
Home-dressed Poultry. The Choicest Young Birds
Come to Market
Millbrook Eggs, extra selected and
graded for weight and size; in
sealed cartons, each egg guaran
teed, doz 25c
New York State Cheese, lb 20c
Fancy Sauer Kraut, qt 5c
Norway Mackerel, fat and white,
3420 Georgia Ave. N. W.
1935 14th St N. W.
7th and B SU. N. E.
1778 U St N. W.
3113 14th St N. W.
Bring Back replies because each,
order receivea the amo personal
attention. Irrespective of size.
Tou will And our letters free
from dark edses, broken type,
t pojrraphlcal errors. S.c
Tou can safely Intrust Impor
tant form letters to us. belnsr as
sured that they trill be carefully
edited and delivered on time.
2,000 LETTERS, $4.0)
ALFORD LETTER COMPANY
607 15th Street N. Hf.
Second Floor Over Ford A Gra
ham Dairy Lunch, Opposite
II. S. Treasury.
Phone Main 7308.
J 909 SEVEHTH STREET J
"See Etz and See Better"
EDWIN H. ETZ
1003 -G" STREET
We Clve Herald S2S.000 contest votes.
VOU are cordially ln
1 vlted to hear Gen
eral Secretary E. W.
Brennelsen, of the Peo
ple's Pulpit Association,
of New York, discuss
the above subject to
morrow at 3 p. m.
New Masonic Temple.
New York Avenue and
s-s to what Paint or
Enamel to use In your
-.-. .. TOB.
HODGKIN'S family palit store
n WSV W inOjj, Seventh Street
New Association Is Formed at
Meeting Held at the
MILLS IS PRESIDENT
dab Headquarters Are Donated by
Young and Simon in New
, York Arenac
The Washington Motorists' Association,
an outgrowth of the old Automobile
Club, was organized last night at a
meeting of fifty prominent motorists of
the District at the Raleigh. The mem
bership of the new organization Is open
not only to automobile owners, but to
drivers, dealers, and any one Interested in
automobiles. Its objects are to bring
Into closer relationship all motorists of
the District, to advocate and promote
safe and sane legislation, and to work
for the repeal or amendment of all laws
and regulations considered unfair, un
necessary and unduly oppressive.
An attorney will be retained by the
association to defend the members
against unlawful arrest and to acquaint
them oi the automobile laws of the
The question of affiliation with the
American Automobile Association was
Informally discussed. There developed
some unexpected opposition to the move
ment, but the general opinion seemed
to be that the association tiould even
tually affiliate with the parent body.
Hiirrlncton Mills President.
A. G Batchelder. chairman of the exec.
utive committee of the American Auto
mobile Association, conferred with John
ii. Heyi. regarding the movement. Mr.
Batchelder stated that his organization
would establish Its headquarters In this
city in trie near future. The second an
nual convention of the organization will
be held In Washington March 5 to 7.
The constitution and by-laws, as
framed by the committee on resolutions.
appointed at a recent meeting, were
unanimously adopted. The question of
ine apportionment of the 'dues to pay
expenses and the officers' salaries u
left to the discretion of the, board of di
rectors. Morris Simon, of the real estate firm of
Young & Simon, donated to the new
club the use of rooms In their building in
New York Avenue.
Harrington Mills uas elected president;
W. IV Chiswell, vice president: John
K. Heyi. secretary and treasurer, and
IV. S. Duvall. attorney. The following
were electee: to serve on the board of
directors: Joseph W. Stoddard. W. C
Long, AV. D. West, Claude Miller, and
O. J. DeMoll.
Among those present last night were
LeRoy Mark, IV W. Chiswell, C. II.
Warrington. Harrington Mill, W. D.
West. Daniel Levy. G. P. Orme, John K
Hejl. John B Flick, S S. Grogan. Q G.
Hamner, W. C Ley. W. S Duvall, Ru
dolph Jose. Wllllim Ullman, Morris Si
mon, and Harry il. Cohen.
AUTO DEALERS PLAN
Committee of Carnival Association at
Work on Arrangements for Pro
cession February 10.
Plans for an c'aborate automobile pa
rade on February 10 arc being worked
out by the parade committee of th Car
nit al Association. Samuel A. I.uttrell,
chairman or thi' committer, said last
night that thi route had nut been de
termined upoi. but that lln.il action
would be taken at the next meeting of
The parade will b- composed of 1S13
cars ot agents and the owners.
Owners are requested to communicate
with the nccnts or their cars so that
positions in the parade may be pro
Idcd, and banners and other decora
tions furnished them.
The arious dealer are perfecting
plans for the "All-week Carnival," to be
held February 10 to 13. Various sales
rooms will be In gala attire and elab
orate souvenirs distributed. Extra auto
mobiles will be stationed at salesrooms
to afford visitors the opportunity of In
specting all makes of cars. The follow
ing dealers are members of the Carnival
David S. Hcndrick. Marion Motor Com
pany, r.ulck Motor Company. Cook &
Stoddard, Zcll Motor Car Company, Du
pont Garage Company, William P. Barn
hart & Co. Miller Bros. Auto and Supply
Company, Overland-Washington Motor
Company, H. R Lcary. Jr. M. T. Tol
lock, the I-uttreU Company, Warring
ton Motor Car Company, Foss-HughcS
Company, T. Lamar Jackson, and Com
mercial Auto and Supply Company.
SUNSHINE CLUB MEETS,
JIIss Alberta Ilnrnit Delivers L.ectnrc-
oh Snffraire- 3fo-,ement.
The Washington Sunshine Club listened
to a discourse jon woman suffrage at Its
meeting yesterday afternoon in the as
sembly hall of the New Raleigh from
Miss Alberta Burns, of London.
Miss Bums gave a brief outline of how
the suffrage campaign was organized in
England, and urged that women of the
United States organize themselves and
work more In unison for their common
E. S. Martin. District Superintendent
of Playgrounds, gave a brief talk on
how the District Is providing for Its
children In thi way of open-air play
places. He had several children at the
meeting to demonstrate certain games
they had been taught. Mrs. Fred T. Du
bois gave a short talk on the "big
Tezans to Form Society.
Natives of Texas residing; In Wash
ington will hold a meeting to-night at
the Pythian Temple, 1013 Ninth Street
Northwest, to organize a Texas Society.
A large number of notification cards
have been sent to Texans in Washing
ton. An Interesting programme has
been prepared. Including- short talks, by
several members of Congress and eov
ernment officials. The organization will
be nonpolltlcal In character.
Dog Tlltea Pedestrian.
E. G. Borden, of 103S Newton Street
Northeast, while walking In Michigan
Avenue, near Seventh Street North
east, yesterday afternoon, was bitten
on the knee by a dog belonging" to Paul
McCarty. of 718 Lawrence Street North
east. Bordon was treated at a near
by drug store. The dog was sent to the
District pound, where he will be ob
served. To Core Camstlpafloa.
Don't dose the system with a lot of dim.
gerous habit-forming drugs. Physicians
everywhere are now prescribing HofTs
Lemon Seldlltz, the good-tasting soldllts
pawder. All druggists sell It.
A Nnr York ho-rr-IUI 1 mxrimentior lits 11.
lumiDAtinc the floors of rooms fma hrrtith with
fkrtrle Umps vet under zlus asd biczrd by to
Appraiser Says $2,000,000 Vaharlea
on'SostnerB Btulrlihf Was Compro
mise from Original Firare.
That Charles F. Carusl Informed him
that his valuation of ,12,033.600 on the
Southern Building property was too high
and that the final valuation placed upon
the property of fi.000.000 Involved a com
promise between oonfUcflng estimates of
145 and SCO as the square foot value of
the land was part of the testimony of
Hopewell H. Darnellle at tba. Insur
ance Investigation yesterday.
Mr. Darnellle was one of three ap
praisers appointed to reappraise the
property at the request of the Insur
ance companies, the new owners. He
testified that at the Urao of the appraisal
he did not know that the two In
surance companies were In existence or
that they owned the building. When he
received the statemnt from Mr. Carusl,
ho said, he was under the Impression
that the latter was president or the
Southern Building Corporation. He said
the appraisers in tlielr Judgment of the
value of the property were not affected
by the statement as to the earning ca
pacity of the building received from Mr.
Brighrwood Park Organization Sixteen
Years Old Members Enjoy Musi
cal and Literary Programme.
The Brlghtwood Park Citizens' Asso
ciation last night celebrated the six
teenth anniversary of Its organization
with a musical, literary, and social pro
gramme that was enjoyed by a large
D. A. Edwards, president of the Fed
eration of Citizens' Associations, was the
guest of the evening and talked Interest
ingly of the British Invasion of Wash
ington In mi.
The programme consisted ot an over
ture by the orchestra, solos by Fred
Boorman. Miss Laura conison, ana
Master Samuel Moores. recitations by Al
fred Roderick and Miss Helen Freas,
Instrumental solos by E Kerrigan,
mandolin, and James Dorio. cornet,
an vocal selections by the Olympic
Quartet. Dancing followed the regular
The officers of the Brlghtwood Park
Citizens' Association are: President, J.
D. Mclntyre; vice president, SL J White;
secretary, F. M. Falconer, Jr ; treasurer,
J. C Proctor.
PRAISES BOAHD OF TBADE.
V. 1: Olmsted Commends "Work In
Interest of rrl Plans.
r-AA-tAi T-iu, nimstetl. of Brookllne.
.,.- .... .Mnrlvln. member of the
Mud-., uiti; dm. ., - -
Park Comml'slon. has commended the
Washington Board of Trade tor us ac
tivity In creating public sentiment favor
able to the commission's plans for the
development of Washington.
In n telegram to Arthur C. Moses,
chairman of the Board's special park
commission committee, Mr. Olmsted
"I would urge attention to the two
fold nature of park requirements In
Washington: First, the orderly, dignified,
and beautiful development both of open
spaces and of public structures, as they
shall be required to provide In an ade
quate manner for the increasing vol
umes of the nation's governmental busi
ness. of those local recreation grounds, out
line part", and connecting parkwaya
w men are rcjutsi-e w kin- cicwc 3
Inhabitants of everj' city."
Mr Olmsted. Augustus St Gaudens,
Daniel H. uurnnum, ana tnaries sr. jjc
Jrira of Paleallnr.
Verubaven, one of the foremost men
In Jerusalem, will deliver a lecture to
the members of Boalay Zion to-morrow
evening at 7.30 o'clock at Carroll
Institute Hall. He will speak on "The
New Jews of Palestine"
Ilrarr F- It. II rcn. 3)11 Frxnklin St. m.
Jnirpa E. Rurcwr. 65. Ca-ault-- llarUL
Edoard Ber-r-T, 91. Sol-llrii.' Hem--. D. C.
Curie Strteru. 1. Ctlldrrn- llwrlui.
Iluonh Knnebt. ffl. 51 Sth 81. nr.
Brirrtts K1"Z 't. O Hth -St. .
Jinm Molrith. U, Uuullt-r Horplul.
tUnh E. Miar. 68. KS9 II M. ir
Infant of Brnjunln ud E!al.TIi--nmu. 1 dtr.
351 L M. .
Infant of Henrr J and Maria nrnnlz. 3 Hours.
Man-ant Kober, 5 minutea. 700 5th St. ne.
Jamri II Hti--.il. ST ean, 32S 9lh St. n.
John Edward. IS, V ashtn-rton Aajtam llosrtlal.
WUhelmln O W-rrhr. S montbi. &3 V St. Ufr.
Infant of Albert and Prancr MatUu-, 1 dij. 1M
Qnai-dfr St r
D. 8 Dect. ef Aarlcultnr--. weather Boreas.
Wunlnrton. D. a. Pridar. Jaa. :- p. m.
Local rains will oc-atinns' Saturday la the South
and Mlddlo Atlantic SUtt-. probablr extendta Into
Kc-alhtrn Xr England and with crnerallr fair
weather following on Sunday. In the Interior the
weather will be fair Baturdar and Pundar. excrrt
that rains and anows will conUnua Baturdar in tho
North PadSo SUM and In the Northwest. t!lnx
during baturdar sight and Hundaj Into the Central
Plains States, the Urrer Jli-alsinrt vauer. ana
rrooabrr tho Weatem Urrer Lake region.
It will do momewnat colder Bauraav id ine uai
Gulf and South Atlantic Mates and warmer Sunday
orer tho central portions of tho country. It will bo
colder Saturday night or Sunday in the Northwest.
Midnight. ; z a m.. O; I a. m . O 6 a. m.. U; 8
a. to.. ?; 10 a. m., 13: 11 noon. ; 2 p. m., 50, 4
p. m.. C; 6 p. nu. 16. 8 p. m., 43; 10 p. m., C High
est. SO; lowett, 43.
RelaUr hmnldltr-S a. m.. SB: I n. m.. 71: t n. m..
S3. Balnfall (I p. m. to t p. m.), OIL Hours of
su whine, aoo; per cent of rb!e aunaoute. 0
Temperature same date but year Highest, 43; low
Temperatures In Other Cities.
Temperatures In other eJtle. together with tho
amount of rainfall for the twenty-four hours ended at
8 p. m. yesterday, an aa followa:
Max. Mln. 8 p.m. tau.
Asherille. X. C. 44 49 H 0.34
Atlanta. Ga. 61 60 SO 0.C!
AtlanrJo City, X. J......... SO 44 44-8.09
Bismarck. X Dak IS I 16
Boston. Maas .... 48 44 41
Buffalo. X Y 38 2 31
Chicago. Ill a !l 1
Cindnnatl, OHo....... 41 40 42 ....
Cheyenne. Wyo. 21 3t ....
Iiafenport. lows.....M as it ..
Denier. Colo - M ; 46
Des Molnea. lows.......... 40 K 36
Duluth. Minn 11 -4 8
Oalmton. Tex 62 60 62 0 04
Helena. Mont. 44 28 41
Indlanapoll. lnd ..... 42 34 10 ....
Kansaa City. ilo. 46 21 41
Uttlo Rock. Ark t 46 52
Los Angeles, Cal.. 68 42 60
Marquette. Mich 3 2 00
Memchia. Tran .. 48 46 41 0.02
New Orleans. La.......... 74 64 e.ri
New Tort. X. Y....... .-. 41 41 42 .12
Omahv Xebr. ... 46 S 4!
rhllidXrf-lIa. Pa SO 41 42 C.02
Ilttaburg. Pa 42 36 4
Portland. Me - 44 40 28 0 01
Portland. Ore M 38 54 0.JI
Salt Lake. City. Utah..... 30 II 28
Ft, Louis. Mo 42 30 12
St. Paul. Minn 32 4 28
San Ftaodaco. Cal...- 68 46 54
Bprlngaekl. IU 40 24 36
TamtK. Fla ....... 80 66 fl
Toledo. Ohlu .... 40 24 36
Vickaburg. Mlas 62 52 0.71
Cheeanrake A Ohio Tlr. to New Orlran.
and return, account Mardt Gras. J27.TS.
t u. omees. &13 i'a. Ave. and 1229
; au aw.
Tn order to reduce our stock of Boys' Gothing before .in
ventory prices have been cut to the quick. To-day we will offer
Boys' Double-Breasted Suits, 2ty QO
Worth 14.50. at A.yO
A number of different styles and materials; all sizes in the lot.
$6.00 and $8.00 Suits at 33.69
All-wool materials ; sizes 7
and materials; also our entire
All our $4.00 Juvenile and
All our $6.00 Juvenile and
Storm Cap given with every Suit or Overcoat purchased
during this sale.
Dally Mats., All Seat, 10c. Evenings and Sundays, lOo and 20o
The Home of Quality Shows
ALL NEXT WEEK
SHOW HEWER STOPS COWTIMHS, 1 TO 11 P. H.
Nathan RnaenbUtt. X and Elizabeth B. Stoi-
lrg. 20 Iter Abram Sunon.
Cart L. Hamilton. 31. and Anna L. Burnham. 23.
Rer S. IL Greene.
Guy Uaenou. 27. of Ttnctoo, Mus., and Margant
Stgoursey Smith. 1Z. Rer R. C Smith.
Robert S. Pestodr. 67. of Booton. Mais., and
nn Lee. 32. Rer Thomaa S Lee.
Rorrt TruDlnger, 24, and Pearl Jordan, 24. RcT
A. H. Thomrson.
W Manln. X and Bertha Oraxa, 0.
Michael A and Lucy ToMcfo, girl twins.
Otto 8. ami LClun M. SchulU. boy.
James &M Eliza btewart, buy.
Elgin and Lula Smith, toy.
Lloyd H. and Clara J. Slorum, girL
Olirrr II and Hatlle E. Shepherd, girt.
Raymond and Mildred Langley. girL
Henry J. and Marie Hennig. boy.
John I. and Bertha V. Ericsson, girt.
Jamea L. and Mary Crowley, girt.
Frank L. and EUa G. Croeby. girt.
Prtrr and Alice Hawkins. girL
Wllhzm and Gertmda Young, girl.
William and Bertha Washington, girL
William and Adlina Smallwood. girL
Gflorge and ETangellne Ierry. girL
Simon and Laura Little. girL
John F. and Clara I Lnckey. girl.
Oilier IL and EUa Lewis, boy.
William 8. and Catherim Holmes. girL
Augustus and Minnie GoTham. boy.
Edward and Annia 8. Giboon. girt
Loatoa and Edith Edmonds, boy.
Thomas and Roaetta Docfcett. boy
I Will Refund Your Money if My
.Cold Remedy Fails to Cure.
I know that my Cold Remedy will re
lieve the head. nose, throat and 'onS
almost immediately, and prevent Pnf.o
.monia. Bronchitis, Grippe and other ou
. Get a 25 cent bottle of these ""'J JJJ'j
lets today and If you are not perfectly
Fstl.flcd with results I will refund joor
If your blood Is Impure, or If you are
constipated, or If you haTe prspepls. or
any HTer or stomach trouble. lon t nu
to use Munyon s raw-mw ""w
ocip in curing a coio.
GE0HQE P. ZUEH0RST,
S3 CAST OAriTOL ST.
CaUhlUhed UST. CBAS. B. IUBI10HST. 8fsr.
W. R. SPEARE,
fUNERAL niRZCTOR AND ZUBAUCIX,
940 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON, a C
ntANK rVSPEAKEt Maaa.w.
to 17 ; a number of pretty- styles
line of Overcoats.
Call up Main 1419 for AH Kinds
of Printing Supplies.
J. W. JORDAN
623 D Street N. W.
We GlM Voles In The Heralds S2U0S Contest
Ol-TICB OK THE MtTl"I. PIKK INSURANt. K
tX)Ml'ANV ot tr- IHunct cf Cteombu. u
Inetcfi, Jan. 13 L1 T stuniul mftrf rrf I
mlttl nnn ii koce company of
THE DI3TISICT OF CHLrBT t11 M bcM i
the FIRST 5IONIA I.V FEBRUARY (th 3.!
rrcilmoj. t tiv or?!? y the rotnpuir, enraer Uta
6L nd Vew York At b., rocmrndrs it 13
o'deck v si
Bj th chirtfr ef tb cnnraBy it election of
serai aisutftn t fDn-iart the 21t of the coa
pnT U rerjuinnl to be held at the ahore irertinf
Br the th artide rf ih fcr-lavt cf the com
pany It 1 pnrridfd At the a&naal cretiS of xha
crtnpaji;. the fint bcslceM ts anler baU be th
anstictmrat of a chairman who ihall eondoet ttu
meetmr and ekrtlon ta iteanrcUnca with the act of
liin?iTirTation. l-rxwrea the hours of 1 o'clocX
a. m. acd S p. in
Annuel eif rrfrrjim rxca . CLfieCMI Oi
AnxMmt of cash on huvL ..... 13.CS 63
Sccurttim 2K 530OI
Real fUtc . . -.. .I36rt
OSre furniture and ftTtnrrs. W0 CO
Iiovei br fre pld in WIT .... 9 410 03
ITe annual statement will be ready fT diitnbutla-i
at trve nfflce fif the cnmrnT about February 1. Mli
By crier of the bourl of maraj?er.
U PIKRC13 BOTFER, Pecrrtary
THE C0HC0RAN GALLERY OF ART
lit ue (.-tu-u iu vuc puuiic lor 1119
purpose of reinstalling; the permanent
collection, from Monday morning. Jan-
iii3- " " P- rt KrcfiiTinz-
OFFICE OF TUB WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT
Washington. D C Jan. K. mi.
The annual meeting of the afaareholden rf th
Washmgtoo Gas Light Company for tho election ot
directors aM for such other bnsizeM aa may prcn-
eny com beforo said meeting will bo DtM at ths
oCn- of the company. Nm 41MI7 10th St. nw.
MOMMY. February J U. at 12 o'clock noon.
Tr potit will be open from 12 o'clock, noon to 1
o'clock p. m.
WILLI VV R. ORME. Seei-tary
HOtSO!OU GOODS STORED IX TnE FOL
lowixtg names will b sold for charge February
11. 1912. at 2 JO o'clock, at 1Q0 U Street nw: Kath-
rm Dewey. F L. Lockwond. Ms. IMuik i.
Aprje. FIDELITT STORAGE COMPANT.
VIAVI SCIENCE Or HEALTH. NATURAL.
isOBnirairal: 400-ww Iwk free. Arrly by nuUL 9S
Colorado Bide. Fn lectun for vocara Wednesday
ilJOp m. Sit-u
COFFEV On Friday. January 24. 19U,
at her residence. 1713 K Street North
west. MARY KERB COFFEY, widow
of Titian J. Coffey.
DEVINT-On Ttlday. January II. 1S1J. at
his residence. 7M Fourteenth Street
Northeast. MICHAEL, beloved son
of Edward and Mary Devlny, aged
Notice of funeral hereafter.
LOOR-On Friday, January W. 1513, at
13:30 a. m.. HARRY E. LOOR. the.
son of John R. and the late Julia A.
Loor. axed forty-four years.
Funeral from residence of his sister.
Mrs. H. C. Newell. 3J1I Franklin
Street Northeast. Lansdon. Saturday.
January IS. at 2 p. m. Interment in
Rock Creek Cemetery.
" FUNERAL TLOWERS
CM Ztsrj Deacrlption-MoJormtaly PrlssaV
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