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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1913.
Woodwarcl & Xothrop,
New York WASHINGTON-Paris
China, Glass & Housefurnishings (not) at
Especially Attractive February Prices.
Articles that will give permanent satisfaction by reason of
their excellent quality, and will afford efficient service as well.
The very low prices now prevailing establish the present as the
acceptable purchasing time.
Consisting of 6 dishes, 4 to 9
inches in size, in a popular
An Exceptional Saving.
Fern Dishes at
65c and $1.00.
THE POPULAR MAT
In ariously assorted sizes
and many artistic shapes.
$1.00 to $1.50.
Colonial Glass Bowls
A DAINTY BOWL FOR
The serviceable 9-inch size,
of clear, lustrous glass, in co
An Excellent alue.
Rubber Door Mats, size 18x30 inches.
Special price, 78c each.
Finest Sanitary Office Furniture
At Generous February Reductions.
All this Furniture is from our own stock not a piece was
bought for sale purposes. E cry Desk is of the highest improved
sanitary tjpe, and includes both Flat and Roll Top Office Desks,
and the best designs in Typewriter Desks.
QUARTERED OAK SANI
TARY FLAT-TOP DESKS.
fcizM. mow. Former pices.
50x34 inches -31.50 $40.00
60x36 inches $47.50 $65.00
5434 incheb $27 50 $35 00
66x34 inches $27.50 $35 00
5032 inches $27.50 $40 00
5532 mche $31.50 $42.00
54x34 inches 32.00 s45 00
60x34 inches $35 00 $50.00
QUARTERED OAK SANI
TARY ROLL-TOP DESKS.
Sire I'nces. Former .rices.
5532 inches $38.75 $60.00
55x32 inches $39.75 $52.00
60x33 inches $42.50 $85.00
QUARTERED OAK FLAT
Frices. Former rnces.
Tenth Floor G rL
THERE'S a "Flower
Show"' worth see
ing practically ev
ery day at Blackistone's.
Just now the store is
abloom with spring flow
ers tulips jonquils, mar
guerites, sweet peas, and
other popular varieties.
Growing Begonias, Cy
clamen, Orchids, Lilacs,
Primroses, &c lend add
ed attraction to the scene.
Your inspection invited.
Tasteful floral effects for
dinner and luncheon ta
bles, teas, &c
Cor. 14th and H
We sire Herald (35,000
SMALL'S is the Hardware
Store with the complete
stock and the little prices.
Small's Hardware Store, 713 7th St.N. W.
K fir rtaorlsi npirtlcjartilr. Prtct, 35c
At all dmsElata.
mnr " I'honr
Salt and Pepper
IN EVERY WAY.
Very attracthc in shape
and size; all-glass top; will
A Regular 23c Value.
SCRUB PAIL, SCRUB
BRUSH AND CLOTH
Splendid qualiU articles
that will render good sen-ice.
The Best Possible Value.
French Plate Mirrors
BEST OUALITY FRENCH
PLATE GLASS, SIZE
White Enameled Frames.
Ideal in eer particular for
Verj Special alue.
QUARTERED OAK RE
$7.95 were $10.00.
$8.75 were $15.00.
$10.00 were $15.00.
1 Quartered Oak Flat-top
Double Desk, sanitary style;
size 60x47 inchc.
$47.00. Was $77.00.
1 High-grade Office Table,
golden quartered oak, with large
drawer and built-up top; lock
$19.75. Was $25.00.
1 Golden Oak Office Settee,
heavily constructed, plain de
sign; broad arms and saddle
seat : 48 inches long.
$8.50. Was $15.00.
SMAET SET AWAKENS.
Interest In nelnjr. Shorn, l Proton
O.iid-raljlo Interest is bclns shown bj
......ibiui.s mnan set in the cominff
I rre-entation of Preston Glbons newest
....v.,.,b. viiiuuL and Kunne." which I
to be produced by the Pluers Club of
Washington at the Pla5honsc on Febru
ary 19 and remain there for the balance
or the week Prominent local charities
will be the beneficUrle. and It is fully
expected that by the opening nlirtit CAery
scat for all performances will be dis
The company of forti-fhe. including a
cliorus of attrartUe girls and men. has
been selected from the best talent that
the Players Club affords, and as the
membership of the club Includes a ma
jority of those who have had the leadins
nartt in Vasifnfrtnn'o am..... .......
of recent jears, an exceptionally good
The orchestra, which will be under the
direction of the composer of the music.
Louis Inngerlch Matthews, will be a
large one, and the scenery, which was
constructed by professional scene paint
ers ana euuit carpenters, coth settings
Trill prove a revelation to those who are
used to the average amateur production,
the second act being an especially at
tractive one. Fhowing the lobby of an
Atlantic Citv hotel, with hto-u x....v.
window's at tre bark, through which can
do een u view 01 me oeach and ocean.
In this act the much-discussed bath In.;
girl chorus wl'l appear.
A r-ftstumrr h i rwwn nonui.it.
-- - - ivirtiijr en
gaged to make the necessary costume
which will be very attractive and artistic,
and a fashionable haberdasher will sup-
(iy me Buiuuicr aiuic lor Ule men.
Lectnre on Arapahoe Indiana.
An Illustrated lecture on the Arapahoe
Indians was given yesterday afternoon
at the monthly meeting of the DIocesean
branch of the Woman's Auxiliary of
St- John's Episcopal Church In the par
ish hall by Mrs. John Cooper, who trav
eled extensively among this tribe. The
stereopUcon pictures were instructive
and entertaining. Mrs. Cooper Is con
nected with the board of missions of the
Capt T. W. Bracken, . ninety-three
Sears old. of Swampscott. Mass, Is still
active as a fisherman, a business he
has followed for seventy-four scars.
There are 150.015 children In Chicago
under Gve Jeers old.
Miss Helen Taft was the guest
honor at a dinner last night, given by
Miss Frances Llppltt, daughterof Sena
tor Llppltt of Rhode Island. Afterward
Miss Taft and her couMn, Miss Ander
son, returned to the White House for
the army and navy reception, going later
to the dance given by Miss Ruth Wales
at the Playhouse.
Mme. Culp's song recital jesterday
afternoon at the Columbia Theater,
brought together one of tho most notable
nudleuce of the National Capital. Mme.
Culp Is the famous Dutch lleder signed
and is the particular protege of Queen
LmmJ. mother of Queen Wllhelralna of
Holland She received an ovation at the
Columbia jesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Taft occupied the Presidential
box. and bad as her guests Mrs. Buckner
Kandolph, Miss Blddlc, Mrs. Horace
Westcott, Miss Anderson, and Mls Helen
Taft. The MInUter of the Netherlands
tind Mme Loudon entertained Prof.
Harold Randolph, uf EalUmcre. and Miss
Laura Hirlan in their box. Mrs. Henry
F. Dimock and Mrs. Dlmock Hutchinson
had their house guests. Mr. and Mrs.
John Harrison, of Minneapolis, with them
In thclr"box. Others who entertained box
Iartlcs were Mrs. L. Z. Lelter and Mrs,
Anions the audience were the French
Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand. the
3ritUh Ambassador and Mrs. Eryce. the
Swedish Minister, the Norwegian Minis
ter and Mme. Brvn. Mrs. Richard Town-
send, the Spanish Minister and 2-me. do
Rlano, the Attorney General and Mrs.
Wlckersham. Mr and Mr". Christian
Ilemmlck. Mrs. John Hay, Mr. and Mrs.
George EusUs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Howe. Mr. a.id Mrs Henry White. Mrs.
Beekman Wlrthrop, Mrs. C C. Glover,
Miss Alice Rlgga. airs Ralph Cniss
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont.
Mrs Robert Hinckley, Mis Gladjs
Hinckley, Mrs. Jeffry Parsons, Mrs.
Henry C. Corbln. the Misses Patten. Mrs.
Samuel Spencer. Mme. Hauge, and Mrs
Mrs. JusUco and Mrs Pitney enter
tained at a dinner last night before the
army and navy reception at the White
Houso to which they went later.
accompanied by their guests, among
whom were members of the Cabinet and
associate Justices. '
Former Senator and Mrs John B.
Henderson were hosts last night at their
annual dance In honor of their Con
gressional friends It was a most de
lightful occasion. A supper was served
at midnight and dancing was resumed
af terw ard
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Wjeth enter
tained at a joung people's dinner last
night In honor of their house guest. Miss
Powell, of Cincinnati Their guests were
Miss Marlon Wise. Miss Alice Whiting.
Miss Mar" McCaulej. and the latter's
guest. Miss nichtner. Mr Phillips
Brooks Robinson. Mr. James Phillips,
Lieut. Emest Wilkinson. I'. S N.: Mr.
Jack Palmer, and Mr Hugh Rowland.
Later In the evening the entire party
attended the dance given bj- Miss Ruth
Wales at the Playhouse.
Mrs. Thotras F. Rtc'itrason was hostess
at a dinner last night at her residence
in I Street
Mr and Mrs. John E. Rejourn cave
a dinner last night at their residence in
Mr. and Mrs Edward IL Wales en
tertained at a dance last night at the
Plaj house In honor of their house guest.
Miss Beatrice Claflln. of New York. The
additional guests were the friends of
their daughter. Miss Ruth Wales A
bufTit supper was served at midnight,
after which dancing was resumed
The Congressional Cluh was again the
scone of a delightrul reception jester
aJ afternoon when Mrs. Charles E
Townsend, wife of Senator Tpwnscnd of
Michigan, and Mrs. Ru&sell i uooawm,
wife of Assitant Attorney General Good,
win. were the hostesses
Smllax. palms and clusters of spring
blossoms formed the decorations in tne
drawing rooms and In the dining room
palms and red flowers were used, a cen
terrjleee formed of Richmond roses, white
lilacs and smllax In the form of
open umbrela, adomlng the tea table for
the occasion The candles had aamiy
red silk shades.
Assisting Mrs. Tonnsend and Mrs.
Goodwin in receiving their guests and
dispensing the hospitalities of the after
noon were tho wives of the Michigan
delegation in Congress, including Mrs.
William Alden Smith, wife of Senator
Smith: Mrs. F. E. Doremus. Mrs. J. M.
C Smith, Mrs. E. L. Hamilton. Mrs. E.
F. Sweet. Mrs Henry McMorran. Mrs.
J W. Fordney. Mrs. George A. Loud,
Mrs II. F. Dodds, and Mrs. Olln Young,
and Mrs. Brown, wife of Senator Brown
of Nebraska, Mrs. Gamble, wife of Sen
ator Gamble of South Dakota; Mrs. Crum
racker. wife of Congressman Cumpacker
ot Indiana, Mrs. Wallace Radcllffe, Miss
Lucille Smith. Miss Vera Cory, Miss
Harchfcld. ind Ml"" Sophia, Sweet.
Mrs. William Alden Smith, Mrs. Allen
and Mrs Waller presided at the tea
Mrs. Rojer Birmie and Miss Ingram, of
Governors Island have arrived in Wash
ington and are stopping at the Shore
Archbishop Ireland, of St Paul, has ar
rived in Washington and is stopping at
Prof. Harold Randolph, director of the
Feabody Conservatory of Music in Bal
timore, gave one of his recitations In
music jestcrdaj morning at Mrs. Edson
Bradley's residence, in ConnecUcut Ave
nue. It was one of the most largely
attended of his series of lectures, of
which only two remain. Among those
present were the Netherlands Minister
and Mme. Loudon, Mrs. u. z. cetter ana
her house guests, the Misses Loring:
Ihe Swedish Minister, the Norwegian
Minister and Mme. Bryn. Mrs. Buckner
Randolph. Mrs. Hennen Jennings, Miss
Jennings. Mrs. Parsons, and Mme. Chris
The first of the series of the Tuesday
morning Lenten lectures to be given at
the Congressional Club this season was
largely attended yesterday morning. The
guests were asked for 11 o'clock, and
Miss Keith Wakeman gave a talk on
the New National Drama Theater. The
next lecture of the group will be on
Tuesday morning. February IL
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Hllles were
guests of honor at a dinner given in
Baltimore Monday night by Mr. and Mrs.
Wjatt W. Randall, prior to attendance
at the Bachelors' cotillon. There were
sixteen guests at the dinner.
Mr. Roger Tread well. Miss Barbara
Hoge, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Coale,
Mrs. James Mitchell, Mr. James Douglas,
Jr. Col. and Mrs. Stephen M. Foote,
Miss Esther Brooke Foote, Mr. S. Theo
dore Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D.
Hllles. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Dennlston.
Representative and Mrs. A. Mitchell
Palmer, Mr. Richard W. Flournoy, Lieut.
Commander and Mrs. Arthur J. Hep
burn, and Mr. Clarence M. Roberts were
the Washington guests who went over
to the Bachelors cotillon last night In
beautiful wedding took rilaee 1.it
nlfrht nf r.Vlrj.lr In G A . .... .
Church, when MUs Adelaide Lancaster
Warm?, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Lancaster Waring, and Mr. Raj-mond
Warmon were married. The ceremony
was performedTby the Rev. Dr. Diamond.
The bride,' who was escorted by her
father, wore a lovely gown of white crepe
nieteor, trimmed with roso point lace.
which had adorned her mothers wedding
dress. Her tulle veil was caught In place
with natural orange blossoms, and she
carried a bouquet of white orchids and
lilies of the valley. -'
The maid of honor. Miss Grace Allen,
wore a handsome costume of white char
mcuse, and carried white roses.
The bridesmaids Miss Emily Millard.
Miss Alice Durrltt. and Miss Armstead
Taj lor, of Ame'Ia. Va. wore charming
gowns of white charmcuse, and carrier
bouquets of pink sweet peas.
Mr. Samuel Rogers was best man, and
the ushers were Dr. Louis Taylor, Air.
Henry Alden. Dr. Richard Dear, of Fori.
HJocum.: Mr. Charles Beard, and Mr.
Louis Harvle, of. Richmond. v
A small reception at the hoitje of the
bride's parents followed the church cere
mony. The Zooms were artistically deco
rated with palms, ferns, and cut flowers,
the color scheme being pink and green.
Mrs. Waring received her guests wearing
a handsome costume, of black crepe dc
Refreshments were served, after which
the bride and bridegroom left Washington
on their wedding trip. The bride wore a
stylish gown of dark blue serge and a
dark blue hat to match.
Justice Morgan J. O'Brien, of New
York, has arived at the Shorcham.
Mr and Mrs. N. W. Harris, of Chicago,
are stopping at the Shorehara. They ex
pect to be here until after Inauguration.
A charming house wedding took place
last night when Miss Florence Ljons
and Mr. Chester J. Berry were married
at 8 o'clock In the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Lyons,
formerly of Baltimore. Md. The cere
monj' was performed bj' the Rev. P. J.
O Connell' a cousin ot the bride.
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs William K. Berry, of Portland, Ind.
A small reception followed the cere
mony, those present being relatives from
Baltimore and a few Intimate friends.
The house was attractively decorated
with palms and cut flowers.
The bride, who was given away by
her father, wore a handsome gown of
light blue embroidered chiffon, and she
carried a shower bouquet of Hies of the
valey and Bride's roses.
The wedding march was plajed bj
Miss Glad j a Strong
Mrs Lj ons wore a lov el j gow not black
A buffet supper was served, after which
the bride and bridegroom left Washington
on their wedding trip Mrs. Berry wore
a becoming traveling suit of brown chif
fon broadcloth, trimmed with velvet,
and a stilish velvet hat. On their re
turn thej will reside at the Raymond
Dr and Mrs. William F M. Sowers
have returned from their wedding trip
and have taken possession of their resi
dence, 17M Rhode Island Avenue
Miss Pauline Kronhelm. daughter of
Mr and Mrs Jacob Kronhelm. and Mr.
0car M 1-izrus. of Brooklj-n. N Y ,
will be mixrifd quletlj- at noon next
Sunday at the home of the brlde'j
parents. Xyo Thirteenth Street North
Mrs. John Falls, of Memphis. Tcnn . I;
remaining at the New W'lllard until
after the Inauguration.
The "open house" reception and tea at
tho Young Women's Chrlstlin Av)cla
tlon this afternoon, from 3 to . will be
In charge of the extension department, of
which Miss Elizabeth F rierco K chair
man Other member" of tra committee
who will aBSlst In receiving are Mrs. Frd
Wright, Mr. R. I Teele. Mrs Thcmas
H Mitchell. Mrs Woodbury Pulslfer. Miss
Ardelle Pajne. Ml" Ruth Hendershott.
Miss Loulo Lecd. Miss Dorothy Kuhn.
Miss Mary McKeever. Miss Jessie Mar
riner. and Miss Mildred Bartholow The!
receptions are being held everj' Wednes
daj afternoon for three weeks In order
that the members may become familiar
with the new rooms, at MS V Street, and
may meet the mem.bers of the different
BECEPTION FOB TOMULTY.
Secretary to President-elect Wilson
to Sleet Xeirspaper Men.
Joseph P Tumulty, secretary to Gov.
Wilson, and who will be secretary to
President-elect Wilson In the new ad
ministration, jesterday accepted an In
vitation to be the truest of the National
Press Club In Washington, at 5 o'clock
Friday afternoon, where a reception will
be tendered to him. to slve the news
paper correspondents of the National
Capital an opportunity to meet the man
with whom they will have to "do busi
ness" at the White House the next four
Memorials Will Be Described.
There will be a free Illustrated lecture
at the Church or Our Father, Universal
st. Thirteenth and L Streets Northwest,
next Sunday evenins. The subject, "Me
morials," will be descriptive of a number
of the less well-known memorials In
Washington, as well as the proposed
Lincoln memorial and the Perry memo
rial at Erie.
GeM Metal, Loadea. 1911
ZtrjeJi SU HIGH-GRADE Tea in Wtrld
Por TEN Cents you can buy at your
grocer's a sample package of Ridgways
Tea, the WORLD'S FINEST for nearly
a century, that will make fifty cups of
the most fragrant and delicious tea that
youlveeyer tasted. Try it...10 cents.
50c. per pound.,
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VAe gtvr Herald
DUTCH LIEDER SONGS
THRILL AN AUDIENCE
Mme. Julia Culp Score Success Be
fore Brilliant Gathering at
Madame Julia Culp. the distinguished
Dutch lleder slnKer, In a recital at the
Columbia Theater yesterday afternoon
Bave a programme from a few of the
best liedcr composers. Although the
programme was limited to a narrow
range of composers, the songs were well
chosen to afford vivid opportunity for
the full expression of character and
The programme began with a group of
Schubert, and ended with a group of
nnhms. songs A cluster of Tschalkow
sky, Loewe and Llszet made up the
body of thep rogramme If there was
any disappointment there could have
been but one cause the absence of any
English songs. With the exception of
Tschalkowshy"s "Vision" and Pendant
le bal. ' and Uszt s "Angiolln dal biondo
crln." the programme was composed of
German lleder throughout.
3.tiiihsrt' Alwnrtmth " herinnlnr. O.
wle schon 1st delne Welt. Vatcr, wenn I
sic golden strahlet," a lyric full of
quiet serene homage, must have been
felt by every one to be a happv choice
for opening a programme that, from the
restless "Ungeduld." which immediately
followed, through ruch numbers as
"Grctchen am fepinnrade" and Loewe's'
"Madchen's lnd Wle der Wind." led thej
eager listener through every variant of
human mood to the lovely, restful "Wle I
genlled" of Brahms. Mme. Culp's voice
Is lov ely, warm, sympathetic, perfectly j
This was fully exemplified In the pas-,
slonate Intensity of the "Gretchen am
Spinnrade," of Schubert, the tender da-1
v otlonal entreaty of Schubert's "Ave I
Maria," the ecstatic mood of Tschalkow-l
sky's "Vision ' and "Pendant le bal," and
"Ungeduld." the capricious humor of
Loewe's "Madchens ind wle der Wind."
the delicacy and piquant coloring of
Brahms "Standchcn," the ethcrlcal
sweetness of his "Nachticall," the glad
ness of his "Schmled." and last but not
least, his tender cradle song In all
these varying and varied moods her In
teprctatlon was without fault.
In the Brahms songs. In which the
accompaniment plays so significant a
part as to be an Intcrgral part of th
composition, making It rather a con
certed work for piano and voice. Mr
Conrad V. Bos rose to the demand with
perfect understanding. Throughout he
was a most adequate accompanist.
Madame Culp repeated Brahms'
"Schmled" and at tho c!oe of tho pro
gramme sang Schumann's "Wldmunsr."
Of Corduroy the best-wearing of all ma
terials. Both Norfolk and Double Breast
ed Styles, with full-cut Knickerbockers.
Ail sizes, fronj 6 to 17 years, inclusive.
The New Boys' Shop well-known superior
.$5.00 Suits, at only $3.75.
Fur Earband Caps, 50c
Dare not write you of the original price
of these Caps. You might think the re
duction in price too great to be genuine.
See the Gaps.
Sweaters Finally Reduced
Prices now arc $1.15, instead of .$1.50;
$1.50, instead of $2; $1.75, instead of
$2,501 Colors are oxford, red, silver,
brown, and maroon. Sizes 4 to 16 vears.
8:30 to 6
CS)OQ eonteit Tote.
Did You Hear
The Beautiful Recital by the
Distinguished Dutch Lleder Singer
Mme. Julia Culp
With th Well-known Accompanist,
CONItAD V. BOS?
If you did. you appreciate the part
played by the magnificent
In the artistic results obtained
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c ctre Herald 925,000 contest otea.
Tulip and Jonquils,
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Orchids, Gardenias, Violets,
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Xo tbo jesutiotul iroaical Lax of the Twr.
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will not not soil the walls or
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MOPS, WITH HANDLES, $1.25.
HOWARD DUSTLESS WALL
Dusters, with Handle. $1.25.
HOWARD DUSTLESS SHORT
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HOWARD DUSTING CLOTHS,
25c and 45c each.
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Pottery, rorrelaln, China, Glass,
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m FRIDAY, Feb. 7, at 2 o'clock
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p FRIDAY, Feb. 14, 2 o'clock
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Mooiij).'"5 and 3) centx
Xext Week "Grt-IUeh-QuleW Wat
llDcfo., with cast oC forty
iTham. and Sat.
FAMOUS JULIAN JlatThnn.
In The Fascinating Widow
2tw ilosic. Go-ma, Socs Sum Cm! Ca.it.
Neit Wck Seats now trilfcj-
Honey Boy Minstrels
FRIDAY AT 4:30
Vnmivi arvt th PiaBlst
XAVER SCHARWEHKA 1
Ticart. R 8.50. JO. and Se.
i sale at tbeatrr ffl
W Tlmea-4 Mjht-I MalinK-s.
Greatest of rt inter Garden lrodncUorts.
Next Week Seats Now
Wbj worry about
those political JobcT
. fellonr with S3
rent. In ready money
won a Ktrl and a for
tune. ee how It rra
done In the play of
U-iTs. TCE3 . mens. JO.D SAT.
A Stqii.1 to TIIREB WEEK'S.
Minor OItb. Paacliatint BoQunca.
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JOE TURNER vs. JOE LASELLE
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JOS. J. SLLLIVtK and DUE SCHAEFFER.
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