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THE WASHINGTON TBIES; .SUNDAY; JANUARY 5:4913.
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Distinguished Gathering Will Attend
Annual Charity Ball Tomorrow Night
President and Mrs. Taft
Will Be Among Those
The President and Mrs. -Taft, the Sec
retary of War and Mrs. Stlmson, and
the distinguished company they enter
tain tomorrow night o meet the Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft. -will so to the
'New Wlllard after the dinner, to occupy
boxes -at the annual charity ball for
the benefit of the Children's Hospital.
Tne dinner which the Secretary of
"War and Mrs. Stlmson will give la their
annual event In honor of the President
and 'Mrs. Taft. but many other dinner
Parties early, but all of them quite
notable for distinguished guests will
be given preceding the ball, and the
hosts will accompany their parties to
the New "Wlllard.
Mrs. Levi Z. Letter will entertain a
dinner, party preceding the ball. Mrs.
Henry F. Dlmock has asked a notable
party to meet the British Ambassador
and Mrs. Bryce and their house guests.
Lady Aberdeen and' Miss Asqulth, all
of whom she will take later in the eve
ning to the ball. Mrs. John Badgers
will entertain at dinner, and there will
be adoren other promlnenfsoclal lead
ers "Who will also, have early dinner
parties with no other attraction later
than the charity ball. '
Occupying boxes will be the President
and Mrs. Taft, the Brazilian ambassa
dor. Madame Christian. Hauge. Rear
Admiral -and Mrs. Brownson, Mrs. Rich
ard Ely." Mrs. EdwarS 'T. Stotesbury,'
Mrs. George Marye, .and J4ra. Stephen
Mrs. 'Henry C" Corbln."Mrs.' Churchill
Candee. Mrs. Frederick McGulr2.Mrs.'
Frederick Leech. Mrs.' Horace iWcetcott,
and Mrs. Clarence "Wilson 'will recelve
the guests. ..,-.4...,
The Marine 3and-and. the. Engineer
Band "will alternate In -the .program of
the evening, that there .may be continu
ous dancing, and at midnight supper
will -be served on the ground floor of
the TJew Wlllard. -
For the performance of "Milestones"
to be .given tomorow evening at the
Columbia Theater for the benefit of the
"Washington Alumnae Chapter of Gou
cher College, the boxes 'have all been,
taken and a large number of seats have'
been sold; In the audience. Itf Is' expected
Miss Jessie "Woodrow "Wilson, a gradu
ate of Goucher. will attendT as the
guest' of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer.
Among the" patronesses are' Mrp"WlT
11am M. Davidson. .Mrs. Van "Devanter,
Mrs. Charles "H. Stockton. Mrs. "Kern,
Mrs. P. P.- Claxton. Mrs." 'Aldls B.
Brown, Miss, Janet Richards, Jdrs. Du-
rand. Miss Gay, Mrs. W. F. Holtzman,
and Miss sunonds. ' " s '
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Mrs. Erlc.Bergland, of Baltimore, has ;
Mat out invitations xor a tea next
Saturday -when Mrs. Martha Gielow will
address the Baltimore Auxiliary of the
Southern Industrial Educational Asso?
elation, at her home on North Charles
street. . .
The -young ladles of "Winnie Davis
Chapter. U. D. C have" cards out for-
a card tournament on Friday January
10. Miss Nannie Randolph Heth will
presioe-ai tne iesxaoie alter tne cams.)
The patronesses are Mrs. Marlon But
ler, Mrs. "WT T. Baggett Mrs. Louis
Bennett. Mrs. S- S. Belt. "Mrs. Kate
Kearney Henry, Mrs. Drury C Ludlow,
Mrs. D. U. Fletcher, Mrs. Sally Mack
all. Mrs. Edwin Lee Morgan. Mrs. C
'Wilson, Mrs. Short Adams "Willis, and
Mrs. George T. Vaughan.
Mrs. Mlda C Peabody has as her
gnest her nephew, Arthur P. Johnson,
of Burlington University, Vermont.
Jack M. Russell, of New York, a for
mer Washlugtonlan and son of Charles
W. -Russell, minister to Persia, la visit
Ins In Washlntgon this week.
Major and Mrs. Joslln and their fam
ily have taken an apartment at the
The Congressional Club has sent out
cards for an at home at the club house
Friday. January 17. from 4 until C
o'clock, to meet Miss Helen McCumber.
Miss Sallle Williams, Miss Barbara
Stephens. Miss Frances Hoar, and Miss
Greta Bristow. all debutantes of the
Senator-elect and Mrs. Olile James
and their family, who have been guests
at the Raleigh since coming to Wash
ington this season, have taken an
apartment at the Park wood for the re
mainder of the winter.
The British' Ambassador and Mrs.
Bryce entertained at dinner last night
for their house guests. Lady Aberdeen
and Miss Asqulth, when the French
embassador, dean of. the Diplomatic
Corps, and Mme. Jusserand were the
guests of honor. Others of their parly
were Attorney General and Mrs. Wlck
eraham. 'the Secretary of the Navy and
Mrs. Meyer, Mr. Justice and Mrs.
Holmes, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Hughes,
the Portuguese minister. Viscount d'
Alte; the Minister from the Netherlands
arid Mme. Loudon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
White,, the -BJght Rev. Boyd Carpenter,
Bishop of RIpon, England; Mrs. Boyd
Carpeniter, MIfs Boyd Carpenter, Sen
ator' Soot Senator Lodge, Senator
Bacon and Alfred Mitchell Innis, British
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale McLean
enterlalne'dat dinner last night for the
Russian. Ambessador and Mme. Bakhme
tcff.1 having as guests Mr. and Mrs.
Stuyvesant'Flsh, of New York; Mr. and
Mrs. George 'Eustls, Mrs. Patterson, the
Russian Naval Attache and Mme.
Vassllleff, Miss Janet Fish, Miss Mac
Vcagb,iMr. Taft, Congressman Butler
Ames, Count de Hadrl and Mr. Kal-
Mrs.' Mark Hanna entertained guests
at dinner last night.
The Secretary of Commerce and
Labor and Mrs. Nagei entertained a
luncheon party of ten at the Chevy
Chase Club "today following a long auto
mobile run. "With their guests were
their young relatives. Miss Mary C-v.,1-'.d?e,
of Boston, and Miss Lou'sc Clou
berger, of St. Louis
Commander Robert Kyle Crank, U.
S. N., entertained a luncheon party of
ten at the Chevy Chase Club today.
"Detective Bobert's Peril" Today, Vir-
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v Copyright. G. V. Buck.
MRS.' MORRIS SHEPPARD.
, Mrs. Morris . Sheppard, wife of Sena
torelect Sheppard'ofTexas, has been
-chosen .chairman of, the committee on
invitations and 'decorations of .the Dis
trict branch of the Southern League
"Wilson .'and' Marshall' drgahlzaUoh. 'Mrs.
L.-G. Hottman.f-wlfe of Lieut.-G. "Hoffman,-
secretary, to. .the 'admiral, of.,the
navyr-vibe 'chairman of 'the committee,
.will assist Mrs. Sheppard.- together with
fifty young women from Congressional,
residential, and. army and navy circles.
The "organization Is , planning several
large entertainments during Inaugural
week. Including a dance at the New
"Wlllard March 6, and a special drill at
.Colonel and Mrs Goethals are stay
ing at. the "Powhatan, until 'Tuesday,
.when Colonel Goethals. will go to New
JMork, and Mrs. Goethals will go to the
home of Brig. Gen. And Mrs. Aleshire.
to be their guest for some time.
Mr. and Mr. Daniel S. Balderson,
of Virginia, have sent out cards an
nouncing the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss Lucy Ida Balderson. to Edgar
"W. .Kollln. on .Monday, December TO.
The wedding took place at 5 o'clock
at the "hftme. of .the bride's uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Rldge-
& Si0i Fourteenth street, the Rev.
Hermon S. Pinkham. of Immanuel
Baptist Church, officiating in the pres
ence of a small gathering of relatives
and Intimate friends. Owing to the
illness of Mrs. Ridgely the wedding
Christmas greens and white roses and
carnations adorned the house, and the
wedding music was played by Mrs.
J. W. McGinness, cousin of the bride.
Miss Eva May Follln, sister of the
bridegroom, was the bride's only at
tendant, and Raymond Balderson,
brother of the bride, was best man.
A small and Informal reception fol
lowed the wedding, and later in the
evening Mr. and Mrs. Foliin left Wash
ington for a wedding trip and their
future home at Follln Farm, Fairfax
Miss Marie Kubel, who has been vis
iting Miss Elsie Clohan, in Martins
burg, W. Va., for the last week, re
turned to Washington last evening.
Dr. S. B. Cooper, of Brooklyn, and
Madam Bertha, of New1 York, are
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S.
Gottlieb, 615 Irving street northwest.
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Complete Stock to select from
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isfaction of wearing the clothes
while paying for them.
Secretary and Mrs. Meyer
Give Reception To
' morrow Night.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyer will give the first of two even
ing receptions tomorrow night, from
10 until 12:30 o'clock, afterwards ac
companying their daughters, house
guests, and those of their callers whq
remain, to the New Wlllard.
Last night, the Secretary and Mrs.
Meyer entertained at a small dance
for their house guests, Mrs. John Astor
and M r. and Mrs. Ralph. Ellis, of New
York, and Mrs. Reginald Brooks, of
Virginia. Nearly all of the younger
men of the Diplomatic Corps were In
vited, as were the debutantes and
young married people.
Miss Taft and Miss Eleanor Roelkcr.
of New York, were among the guests
of the Misses Meyer.
Captain Burstyn, Austrian naval at
tache, will go to New York this week
to meet several social engagements.
Mrs. Richard H. Townsend will en
tertain at dinner tonight for the guests
of the British Ambassador and Mrs.
Bryce, and of the Secretary of -'the
Navy and Mrs. Meyer. On January
14 Mrs. Townsend will entertain a large
dinner company In honor of Mrs.v
CoL and Mrs.1 Robert M. Thompson
entertained a dinner party last night
In compliment to the Secretary of War
and Mrs. Stlmson. Following the 'din
ner there was a musicale program by
Myron Whitney. ' '
Major William V. Judson, XT. S.. AT,
Engineer Commissioner, and Mrs. Jud
son entertained one ot the largest
luncheon parties of the day at Chevy
Chase Club, when their thirty-live
iruests. Including Brig. Gen. and Mrs.
James B. Aleshire, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Barrett Ridgely, were asked
to meet Ccd. George W. Goethals,
Engineers Corps, U. S.'A., and Mrs.
The former Speaker and Miss Helen
Cannon will entertain a dinner party-
tomorrow for Miss Virginia LeSeure, a
debutante of a few days ago, and later,
will take their guests to the Charity
.One of the most interesting sights
Just following the reception of the
diplomats and distinguished guests at
the White House on Friday night by
the President and Mrs. Taft, and while
the young people were dancing In the
East Room, was the lively dancing of
the former Speaker and his younger
granddaughter. Miss LeSeure, who Is
So interesting was thd sight, and so
well did Mr. Cannon dance, that every
one stopped to watch him. He will
dance with his debutante granddaugh
ter, and her guests, at the Charity balL
Miss Lorraine Herman left yesterday
to be maid of honor at the wedding
of Miss Ruth Well and Irving Isaacs,
which takes place next AVednesday
Miss Hattic Hansteln, who was in
Washington to attend the Lansburgh
Weinberg wedding, left Washington to
visit relatives In Baltimore before re
turning to her home in Atlantic City.
Mrs. Max Fischer, of Lamer place,
spent a few days In Baltimore this
week, with Mrs. Solomon Hocht.
Mrs. Louis Elseman and daughter.
Miss Erna Elseman, who have been
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nonl
linger, of Blltmore street, have re
turned to their home in Atlanta. Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas, of Nashville,
who have been guests of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mycr
Feihelmer, of Florence court, have re
turned to their home.
Mrs. N. Peyser, of the Stafford, had
as her guest during the week, her
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Dates For At Homes
Tomorrow will mark the season for
official calls, and Cabinet, Supreme
Court, Congressional and other hosts
whd have only been at home Informally
win observe their official days at home
Tomorrow. Supreme Court day, the
following women will receive:
Mrs. E.'D. White, wife of the Chief
justice or the Supreme Court, 1717
Rhode Island avenue.
Mrs. Horace Harmon Lurton, 17M N
Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes, 2100 Six
-Mrs. Mahlon Pitney, 1763 R street
Mrs. Joseph McKenna, the Connecti
cut Mrs. Joseph Rucker Lamar. 1751 New
Mrs. Willis Van De Vanter. 1323 Six
Mrs. Charles B. Howry, wife of 'Judge
Howry, of, the Court of Claliris. .will
receive tomorrow 'at her hbme,"1728 I
street. , - J-, '
Mrs. 'Oliver-E. Pagan and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Charles F. Miller, will receive
toiporrow and the following Mondays
In January at 19C5 Blltmore street
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"Mrs. Albert L. Mills will be at'homeJ
tomorrow at 1523 K street
Mrs. Adams, wife of the First Assis
tant Secretary of the Department, of
the. Interior, will receive' tomorrow and
the following Mondays during the sea
Mrs. Alexander Sharp and Mrs. Alex
ander Sharp, Jr., 'will receive at the.
navy -yard on Mondays during the sea
'son. .. . --
1 Senator and Mrs. Hitchcock"and their
daughter .Miss Ruth . Hitchcock, have
moved to 1712 I street and Mrs. Hitch
cock1 and her daughter will receive'
there on, Thursday.
tMra. Samuel T. Howard. and Miss
Nellie "Howard, assisted by Mrs. Charles
H. Taylor, -of Cleveland Park, win" be
at home Tuesdays, January 7 and 3,
at their home, 3117 N street, north west
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Miss-Dulaney. of Louisville, is visit..
Ing her.sis.ter, Mrs. Judson C. Clements,
-'" uancrott place, ,and will assist
at the tea which Mrs. Clements Is
giving for her debutante daughter. Miss
Claudlne Clements, on Tuesday. r
daughter-in-law. Mrs. Sol -Pevs.r. of
Newport News, Va.
Miss Florence Cohn. of fnitimhi
road, fsvlsiting relatives In -New York.
. Mrs Sol Minster and daughter. Miss
Dorothy Minster, ' have ' returned to
their home in Ontario place, after a
short visit with relaUves in Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi David, 'who have
been in Atlantic City, have returned to
Mr:, and Mrs. Edgar Berliner, .who
have been the guests of Mr. and. Mra.
Emlle. Berliner, have returned to their
home In Montreal, 'Canada.
Atlss-Amio Coherf, who has been thel
guest of her cousin. Miss Ellnore Set
lnger, returned to her home In Now
Mrs. J. Ellas, who has been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Morton Luchs. of,
Connecticut avenue, left yesterday to
visit relatives) In Norfolk.
Mrs. A. Nusbaum, Miss Reta Nusr
baum. 'and II J. Nusbaum. of 1323 Har
vard street, are vjaltiag.ln Baltimore
CVS1AV STKRIEY fSk
Special January Reductions
The products of the Craftsman Shops are
worth one hundred cents on the dollar at any
season of the year. But now that the holiday
" business is over we wish to reduce our stocks.
To accomplish this as quickly as possible we.of
fer thefollowing.special reductions:
Our entire stock-of Rugs and Curtains has
been reduced 10 to 25 per cent.
AH Craftsman Furniture and Willow Furni
turethe finest examples of the old-time crafts
man ideals of earnest and thorough workmanship
are offered at Jrom 10 to 25 per cent off regular
Our handsome assortment of Electric Table
Lamps, in many unique designs,, will be sold at
from 25 to 50 per cent off regular prices.
Craftsman Stores at
1512 H St N. W., Washington
29 West 34th St, New York
468 BoyUton St, Boston
WOMEN TO DEMAND '
Federation of Clubs Stirred to
Action by IecentAttacks on
v streets Jiere.
Roused by the attack on- Mrs. Ade'
lalde Grant by a 'colored- man and the
attempted robbery of two girls last
week by two other colored ' men, the
District of Columbia Federation of
Women's Clubs will petition Congress
to appropriated, larger sum for police
so that a sufficient number of patrolmen
may be employed to 'make the streets
safe. The meeting at which the move
was 'advocated was held In ,the home
In Falrmount of Mrs. William F- An
Since the-attack on Mrs. Grant Major
Sylvester has 1 admitted that 'the force
under him" was "too small to cope with
the 'alteration In Washington and he has
asked that more men be given him. The
attempted -robbery of two girls, a week
ago within a block of the home of Mrs.
Andrews Is another Instance of lack of
I Not only Were the twenty-three afflll-
atea ciuds ot-tne District representee
but also the Mothers' Congress of the
District which applied for membership
In the 'federation. Mrs. Arthur A. Bir
neyh president of the congress, was pres
ent at the meeting.
IS RETURNED HOME
Baltimore i Lad Will Be" Sent
National Training School
' for Boys.
Charles Muscovitz, who ,was arrested
by Detective Jake Berman ,as afugl
tlve from-hls-parentsln Baltimore', was
returned to bis home at 102 .High street
that' city' in company" with ' his 'father
, Muscovietz had been away from home
for two-months-anda half, and during
most of that time was In Washington,
but bv a process of rapidly changing
boarding. houses and Jobs 'successfully
eluded the, police. He did not wish to
return 'tohls horpe, but declared that he
was working, had made good In Wash
ington, and had a bank' account here.
",and wanted to stay. This bank ac
count was i- on aepo8it in a savings in
stitution 'here. MHe consented to re
turn with his father when he was told,
that if he did so he would be allowed
to go to the National Training School
Muscovitz was arrested In front of a
local burlesque theater where, under ait
assumed name, "he had been selling
peanuts. He was returned to Baltimore
on the same train which carried Ike
and Joseph' Marino, wno are wanted
by the Baltimore authorities in connec
tion with the murder of Samuel Klein.
Pittsburgh Men Seek
Delaware Car Lines
WILMINGTON. Del.. Jan. 5. Indica
tions are that the control of the Wll
ndngtdn and 'Philadelphia Traction
Company, In Wllnilngtonr together with
the Chester and Darby, lines, owned, by
the company, will pass Into, the hands
of a .groun of capitalists headed by
Vanhorn Ely. of Pittsburgh. Pa. T. W.
Wilson, formerly of the Buffalo. N.
Y.. traction company, has been In
this city for soma time -examining the
company's property. The Wilmington
and Philadelphia Traction Company has
a capital of 16,500.000. and, aside from
operating three railways, has a mo
nopoly of the electric lighting In Wil
mington. Oscar T. Crosby Is presi
FOR THE CABINET
Foes Think State Executive
Too Friendly to Amalga-
mated Steel Interests.
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offer of the portfolio- He has been
rreatlV OVrWnrkw1 Whltn ho hi tuwn n
ofticeand the glamour lias- decldedirkl
James Gay. Gordon. 'of Philadelphia,
appears In today's gossip as a probabil
ity for the Attorney Generalship. -Mr.
Gordon Is a flghUng-lndependent Demo
crat, who has been prominent in the
Philadelphia -and Pennsylvania contests
of recent years.
In. this connecUon It Is stated that
Louis D. Brandeb, even It Je should
accept a place In the Wilson- Cabinet,
would not desire that whh which his
name naa Deen constant! -associated,
the attorney generalship. Instead, Mr.
Brandeis would "brefer. If h '. u
,have a Cabinet position, to be Secre
tary Of nnmrnarnA an T nKn Trf" tt. .1
post he would have administration ol
the Bureau of Corporations, and thh
Is the particular Instrument that ht
would like to develop 'and utilize fm
the purpose of carrying out his Ideas
concerning the management of greet
aggregations of capital.
Teal in Lead. ,
If the far West fs to get the Secre
taryship of the Interior, Joseph N.
Teal,' of Portland, seems llkelyjo have '
the support of the forces that 'fought
Ball lnger, and that are anxious to have
conservation ntade an effective policy.
Among' the most Interesting bits of
cabinet gossip is the statement, be
lieved by a good many people, that
William F. McCombs. chairman of the
Democratic National Committee, Is ,
likely not 'to be offered a eat In the j
Presidential, household. Mr. McCombs.
despite that he was the manager ot
the ante-convention fight and chairman
in the national fight ,1s not strong with
the liberal Democrats with whom Mr.
Wilson has seemed determined, to asso
The Bryanltes are represented as de
cldpdlv antagonists tn McCombs. be
cause of their understanding that lie-1
Combs started-his Wilson ngftt with a
good deal of,,antagonIsm to Bryan and
the Bryan elements ,m 'the party
City Clerk Expires
Doing Office Work
HORNELLSVILLE, N. T.. Jan. 5.
City Clerk Edwin J. QoXjeventjr-elght
yara old, one of , the best known men
ot this section, died suddenly while en
gaged In completing the city's business
for the week In his office. Acute. Jn
dlgesUon Is given as the cause of
Mr. Cox was born In Falmouth, Va.,
In IKS. He moved to Blnghamton when
a young man and engaged In the-manufacture
of cigars, and In 1872 moved, to
this city. He wai'.a Democrat and in
1SS3 wifa, appointed timekeeper. at the
capltol In Albany under Governor Hill.
Mr. Cox' was a veteran of the civil
war. He was one of the charter mem
bersof Baltimore Lodge No. 1 ot Cigar
makers, and had been a member ot the
Masonic fraternity since 1SS7. He Is
survived by twosons. Albert and Wil
liam, or this city: two sisters. Mrs.
Fannie Barber and Mrs. Emma stretch
mar, and one brother, Charles, of Wash
ington, D. C
Shoreham Hotel Company
H Street Northwest, at Fifteenth Street
WIDOW OF GENERAL
IN HEED OF PENSION
Friends Hope to Obtain Govern
, m ment Aid for Mrs. Arthur
Milwaukee friends of Mrs. MacArthur,
widow of Lieut Gen. Arthur Mae
Arthur, are trying to get a Government
pension for her. The sudden death of
her husband Is said to hate left her
with small means. ,
Mrs. MacArthur Is now living with her
son, Capt Douglas MacArthur, U. S.
The general's salary was not -large
considering1 the expenses of his post
the highest ranking office In the army,
and it is said thathe had no opportunity
to save unui me last lew years orHa
Cigar Store Robbed.
Joseph Simon repoorted to the police
today- that his cigar store at 601 G
street northwest had bee nentered dur
ing the night through a rear window
and $15 stolen.irom the cash register.
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COLUMBIA. 8. C.-.'Jaa.'Jv-GeTenier
Blease has begun revokla the coa
BUsatoiM of 5,889 notaries pnbHe rega-.
out the tftate. sMtgatag as a reaicSa
that the people approved his actfea
two years ago la dolngthe same tfctafr,
and also beage,nHy,,of,,Ws.-eacBUetf
were ashamed of having comatsstoas.
signed: by Blease. ConUnalac he says:
"I do not think, any-mas: sfeoHld hold
a coaahlssJoB uader the gute,jsvenj
ment who. ofriy vtetaed"tlw"iawa of
the State iUst 'year by bettw..ofl the
primary." " rK 4
Governor Bltaae says' the newsypore
criticise him for standing by his friends,
but when It comss to appotatmeats to
be given, out ay PresWent WHsea the?
exclaim. "To the. victors betoar the
spoils," The. goVerBor scores his BOHt
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