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?Alany Have Seen the Big Haul
Made at Wldewater.
OF PERSONAL INTEREST
Movements of ? Number of People
Well-Known In Fredericksburg So?
ciety?Church Social on
(Special to Tho Tlnv>s-Illsi>ntcli.)
FREDERICKSDURG, VA., May I.--TI10
week Just past has boon another quiet
ono socially. ? numbor of parties havo
been to IVIdewator, on the Potomac dur?
ing tho week to witness the hauling of tho
big scino there, as this was tho last week
of the llsiiing season and to spend a day
In tho country and theso were very en
Joyablo occasions. Baso-bnll has also
been a' ploayjint feature and a line orowd
witnessed tuo game yesterday afternoon
between the Pro'dotich'sburg: College team
,'and that of Gallnudot College of Wash?
A church social was given at the Pros
' byterlan Church on Thursday night by
? the Ladles' Missionary Society and a
it largo assoinblago'.enjoyed the programme.
Miss Alice ' Gammon and Mr. Charles
?. Wright Bang several vocal number's and
Miss Ittlo? May. Fulton; recltod. Thcro
were other ploasant foaturos, bosldes ro
froshments, which were servod In abund?
The pupils of Miss Mamie Bealcgave nn
enjoyable musicale recital at Miss Bealo's
? home one night : this week, whloh was
largely attended by the pupils and tholr
Miss Lena Rowe has returned from a
. visit to friends at Irvlngton and Urban
? t na?
?t Miss Kate Doggett has returned from
han extended stay In Washington,
?I; ?Miss Rosa Tayloe, of Cluirlottesvllle,
? 'wno WRS the ' guest bore this week of
Miss Mary Gordon Wallace, has return?
Prof.' Thomas R. Fltshugh, of the Uni?
versity of Virginia, ? visited his mother
and sisters hero this week.'
Mrs. Nannie S. Barney has roturned
from a visit ot several weeks to friends
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Botts havo return?
ed from a two-weoks' visit to Mr, James
B. Botts, In Roanoke.
Mrs. John Lewie and children have ro
; turned to their home at Bethosda, Md?
< after a visit to Mrs. A. R. Chlchester,
J in Stafford.
1 Mrs. James Carmi ohoel, of Wilmington,
* N. C, was a visitor this week at tho
homo of Judgo A. W. Wallace.
Miss Llztle Rennolds and her sister,
Mrs. Martin, are spending somo time
at Irvlngton, on tho Rappahannock.
Mrs. Kate Jonldns, who has beon visit?
ing Mrs. M- E. Schooler and family hero,
has returned to her home In Orango
AT CAPE CHARLES
|'t Northampton Country Club Beautifully,
if T" ' ''Situated on the Water, ?
(Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.)
CAPE CHARLES. VA., .April 30.?Tho
Northampton Country Club Is beautifully
situated on tho wator and has a mem?
bership of one hundrod. There Is as fine
?roll links as one can find and the tennis
courts and other arausoments tho club
provides, give plenty of pastime and sport,
Thoro ore some excellent golf playors,
Mr. J. G. Rodgers, Bonnor Bussl?s, Wil?
liams Tyler, Byrd and Dr. 'Moore aro tho
host. Tho ladles also make some good
drives and are enthusiastic. Thero was
quito an Interesting golf tournament on
Friday afternoon. The players were
classed by the scores mado In tho past
few weeks, and the per cent, taken and
handicaps of OS, 8, 15, 18 given accord?
ingly; ?R holos wero played and the total
soore for tho 18 holes wa?: J, G. Rodgois,
Mr B. I. Busso?; 09;W'.-.W. Tylor, 100;
W. F. Williamn, 94; J. 13. Gunt, 78; B.
F. MfeCully. 105; Dr. G'. P, Moore, 83,
Tho contest was for one dozen golf balls,
which was won by Mr. J. E. Olunt.
On noxt Friday there will be another
contest for a oup presented to tho club
by. Mr, Prostgravo.
Peaked lapels ; cuffs and
collar narrow ; coat open
lower, longer, easier ; vests
cut lower; trousers easy
arid just right.
No excuse for wearing
ill-fitting or out-of-date
Clothing when you can
get the kind of clothing
we are selling for the price
we are selling them at,
for all we said above.
Why, that is the equal of
any tailor-made suits at
half the price.
We sell the right kind, the kind that mother
and the boy can agree upon, all sizes, 7 to 17
years. All styles double-breasted, two- and three
button, all prices,
BREAK THE NEWS TO MOTHER.
STRAW HATS are open, all styles and prices.
Big sale of Neglig?e Shirts, plain and
Photo, by Kldd.
MISS ANNIE SEXTON,.
Quoen of the Roanoke Carnival.
Miss Susie Orice Entertained
Young Ladies' Evening Club
on Tuesday Evening;
(Special to The Times-Dlepatch.)
PORTSMOUTH, VA., May 8.?One of
tho most enjoyable social events of the
season wa? the complimentary dance
given at Kirn Hall Tuesday night, by
the young ladles to tho members of the
Portsmouth Cotillion Club. The naval
Post Band furnished tho music. The
chaperones were: Mesdames E. P. Boat
wrlght, W. S. Langhortie, James Brown,
Jr., John C. Woodley 'and John W. H.
Thoso who danced wore: :MIss Allen, of
Elizabeth City, and Mr. A. B. Carney,
Miss Jano Noely and Mr. James Carney,
Miss Clara Ashton and Mr. Collins Hill,
Miss Lois Sykes and Mr. O'Hara, Miss
Zoo Sykes and Messrs. Weldon and Fleet,
Miss Watts and Mr. James Maupln, MIbs
Ralnoy, of Florida, and Mr. Edward
Watts. Miss Rebocca Nash and Mr. L.
Hill, Miss Belle Nash and Mr. Bruce
(Butt, Miss Kirn and Mr. Chandler Hill,
Miss Clara Kirn and Mr. Benson, Miss
Grlco and Mr. Porter, Miss Sharp and
Mr. Proctor, Miss Maupln and Mr. Hunter,
Mis Budd, of ePtersburg, ami Mr. Davis,
Miss Edwards, of Hampton, and Mr,,
Iiudgins, MIsb Hudglns and Mr. Victor
Boatwrtght, nnd Messrs. Walter Mat?
thews, R. Kirn. Blllsoly Hudglns, Powell
nnd Duke. Among tho out-of-town guests
wero: Miss Clyde Ralney, of Tallahassee,
Flo.; Min.? Budd, of Petersburg; Miss
Nannie Alloii, of Elizabeth City,-N. C.,?
Miss Blanche Edwards, of Hampton, and
Miss Wrrltcomb, of Atlanta, Go.
Miss Susie Grlco entortalned the Young
Ladles' Evening Club at her homo, In
North Street,. Portsmouth Tuesday eve?
ning. Six-hand euchre was the gamo se?
lected to b? played, and four tables were
surrounded by players.
Miss Grlce's g?est'n wore Miss Ge?rgie
M?rdaugh, Miss Salilo "HoUlday, Mise
Eug?nia Bnln, Mlssns Annlo and-Carrie
Barlow, Miss Winifred Watts, Mise
Ralney, of Tallnharsoo; Miss Rebocca
Nashi Miss Nancy Butt. Miss Lullo Hud?
glns, Mis Clara Ashton, Miss Florenco
Bloot'e; Miss JonCNeely, Miss Lois Wright
Mr, Collins Hill. Mr. John Benson, Mr.
Blllsoly Hudghis, Mr. William Langhorno,
Mr. Rldgl?y Porter, Mnssrs. Chandler and
Lawson Hill, Mr, Jamos M. Thompson
and Dr. Joseph Orice.
Tho scoro was kept by Mrs. Edmund
Barlow and Miss Grlco.
Mrs, G, F. Lucido Cavo a Delightful
Euchro Party Wednesday Evening.
(Special to The TluicB-lHapnteh.)
LYNCHBURO, VA., May 2.-As com?
partir! with preceding years, Lynchburg's
si rloty for the present post-Lenten sea?
son has boon vow quiet, and as tho sum?
mer Hitosnn Is approaching tho number of
entertainments win boco'mo loss and loss.
On Wednesday .Mrs. O, F. Lucano guv*
a delightful euchre party nt her now and
handsome home on Washington Stroet.
Tho midi? lower floor of the residence
was utilized for tho occasion, anil tho
various rooms ami hallway, with tholr
tasteful decorations, presented a,'most at?
.Mrs, It. I). Apporson gave an Informal
tea on Thursday nftoruonn from 4 to 6
111 honor of ner giiest, Mrs. Dabson of
Boston. Only a few ladles wero preeent.
The oucaslon, however, was most dellght
fiil and mm a most charming experience
for all who wore them,
The Klrkwoucl-Otoy Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will be
entertained by Mrs. Appurson on Tues?
day, Muy 12th.
The clitldri ri of the Floyd Sohool build
in,; gave n. musicale at tho Masonic J lall
Thursday cv.mlng for? tho bcuiulit of their
library fund, The- hull was slmiily packed
with th,! friends of the young peoplo, and
Urn entertainment was pronounced by all
who were prosent as one of tho most cm
loyabje that they had ever attended, The
programme was ourrk-ii out under tho
lllrcctloii of Profpseor Hartley . Turner,
ami ilk-re wa? not u hitch In R frpm
Blurt to I?uIbu,
Wedding Breakfast After the
GHENT AFTERNOON TEA
Miss Lutte Heath Was Hostess at the
Meeting of the Embroidery Club at
Her Home on Bute Street?Dr.
Felld's Theatro Party.
(SpecUl to The rlraeit-DUpntch,)
NORFOLK, VA., May ??.-After the
marriage of Mies Florence Mllllgan to Mr.
Tonch Francis Tilghman, which took
place In Christ Episcopal Church Wednes?
day at noon, a', wedding? breakfast was
sorved. at the residence of tho brldo's pa?
rents, Captain and Mrs. Robort WUoy Mll?
llgan, In the navy-yard. The house was
decorated with flowers, palms and potted
Among those present woro Mrs. H. 1C.
Burroughs, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Stephen
son, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh N. Page, Mrs,
Holt W. Page, Mr. and Mrs? Wulllngton
Hard}', >lr, arid Mrs. Robert Baldwin,
Mrs, J. Lelghton Hubard, Mr. and Mrs.
It. Calvert Taylor, Mr. and ???. D. Law
renco Groner, Mrs. Talbot Walke, Jr.,
Dr. nnd Mrs. Kalter, Dr. and Mrs. kite,
Captain' and Mrs, Thomas, Commander
and Mrs. Clinton K. Curtis, Admiral and
Mrs. Harrington, Mr. and Mrs. Holden
Kvuns, Mrs. O. ,B. Bldwall, Mrs. Iredell
Jenkins, Mrs, .John G. Tllton, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter II. Doyle, Mrs. D. Tucker
Brooke, Mr, and Mrs. Philip Ventman,
Mrs. Kennon Hobeon, of Goochland, Tenu.,
and Mrs. Kenneth Caatleman. Mrs.
George Hobson, Miss Nungen, of Itonn
ok<;,? Miss Eleanor Terry, of Washington;
Miss Mabel Murray, of Annapolis: Miss
Nan Buchanan Owen, of Annapolis; Miss
Harriet Jones, of Baltimore; Miss Edith
Tunis. Miss Lola Mayo, Miss Mary Lou
Cooko, Miss Byrd Poro, Miss Emily Allyu,
Miss Stanley Atkins, of Richmond; Miss
Ruth Forobeo, Misses Kathorlno and
Dulie Heath, Miss Rosa MoBee, Miss
Lucy Brooke, Miss Emily Thomas, Miss
Nonio Reed, of Roanoke; Miss Bessie
Doyle, Misses Minnie and Emily Baker,
Miss Elizabeth Taylor, Misses Esalo and
Margaret Reed, Miss Llezlo Tallaierro,
of Roanoko; Mis? Anne Henry, Miss Bes?
sie Grandy, Miss Louise Du Barry,
Mesara. Kensey and Stuart Johns, Mr.
Thomas W. Tannor, Mr. Elliot Heath,
Mr. Mason Terry, Mr. Rufus,Parks, Mr.
Robert Stocker, Mr, J. Iredell Jenkins,
Mr. Goorgo C. Hobson, Mr, Edward Hlg
glns, Mr. Frank Wllcox, Mr. Washington
Roed and Mr. T. H. Hicks.
Miss Mary Thompson entertained. In?
formally at tea Wednesday afternoon, at
hor homo, In Ghent. Among her guest?
wore Mrs. James L. Hubard, Mrs. Cable,
Mrs, Henry Thompson, Mrs. Robert
M. Hughes, Mr?. DeJarnotte, Mrs. Ed?
mund Ruffln, Miss Burnham, Mis? Mottu
and Miss Holllday Well?.
Miss Lulle Heath was hostess at the
meeting of tho Embroidery Club Monday
at her home in Bute Street Her guests
were Mrs. .Richard-Mcllwalne, Jr., Mrs.
Charles H. Wood, MYe. Junlus" Lynch,
Mrs. Harry Myers, Miss Julia Ph?llip?,'o?
Suffolk; Miss Lizzie Tallaferro, of Rich?
mond; Miss Anno Henry and Miss Eliza?
Dr. B. B. Feild gave a. theatro party
Monday evening at the Granby Theatre.
After the performance a supper was
served at the Monticello. Hie guests were
| Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hodges and Mis? Jule
WhlUoy, of Newport News.
???? Bunbeams of Freemason Street Bap?
tist Church gave a tea at the home of
Mre. R. W. Whltehuret In Bute Street
Tnursday In honor of Miss Lottie Moon,
a returned missionary from China.
Miss Bessie Cohen Is visiting friends
In New York.
Miss Mubel Johnson baa returned from
a visit to Miss Urquhart, in Suffolk, and
is quite HI at her home, In Bute Street.
Cenerai William II. Payne and. Mr?.
Arthur Payne, of Washington, D. C,
aro the guests of Mrs. Clarence Wood
ard, In Ghent.
Mies Minnie Stono, of Wood Street,
has returned from Petersburg, Va.,
where she has been the gueat of Rev.
S. C. Hatcher.
AT OLD POINT
Tennis and Golf Now Require
Top Much Exertion.
(Spedai ta Tb? Timea-Dlivatch.)
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA.. May I.?
Tho laut y summer day? have noma at
Old Point and the guest? at the b?tele
seem not to be conaoience-ctricken at
taking advantage of the Point as an
ideal place to lndulg? one'? lasy habit?.
Tenni? end. golf are too much exertion
for the majority of tbe lover? of out-door
sport?, ?o they wander around quaint old
Fort Monroe and at other times ?pend
hours watching the ships going and com?
ing In Hampton Roads.
The Ogden party of "educators which at?
tended Uie. Southern Educational Conven?
tion In Richmond last week, were at the
Chamberlin for several day? early In the
week. Governor ,??a ???. A. J. Monta?
gue, Colonel and Mrs. ?, B, Munford and
Mr, and MS??. Albert Meredith, of Rich?
mond, were In the party. While hero they
attended the commencement exercises at
the Hampton Normal Sohool.
Mrs. B, D, Hotchkles and Miss Lizzie
Hotohkle?, of Richmond, wore at the
Chamberlin for oven Sunday.
Mr?. Warwlojt, of Richmond, and her
ooueln, Mis? Mary Pace Burrows, of Sag
lnaw, Mich., who have been at tho Cham?
berlin for tho past week, expect to re?
turn to Richmond early next week. Mis?
Burrows gave a dinner on Wednesday,
whon her gueat? were Mr?. Warwick,
MISS HARRIOTTS L. TAL?AFE?EO,
A Yoim? Virginia Artie*.
(Spedii to ???? Tlinoi-DUlintcIi.)
GLOUCESTER C H,? VA,, May 2.
Mlss Harrlotte Loo Tallaferro, a Vir?
ginia artist uf groat promise, is a daugh?
ter of Major Thomas &? -Tallaforro, of
Gloucester county,? The following; 1?
from ilia Paris correspondent of the New
York ilerakl und was published In that
"Miss Han-lotto Lee. Tallaferro, for?
merly of Alexandria, Va?, ?nd ft 8JU"
d. nt of art In thls-clty, has been study?
ing for ?omo years tn Germany. Sho is
now In Europe, where sho lias rooentiy
exhibited somo fino worfc from her brush,
which lias' gained her deserved enco?
miums. The art orltlo In the Paris edi?
tion of the Now York Herald, In descrlb
Ing'the exhibition, of (he American Art
Association at Pails, says: On this same
ivull hung two plctur??)i from .the bruah
of a talented young American, whose
work I have not heretofore seen In any
exhibition, Hnrrlotte Taliuferro,'
"If I were pormltod such a term In
speaking of tho work of a young woman,
I should say that' her painting Is essen?
tially virilo. One of the p|otures pre?
sents the head and shoulders of a pens
ant girl standing In the sunlight with
a plnlc 'kerchief drawn about her head.
The other 1? a quiet, mysterious little
landscape, possessing a line quality of
distance and .atmosphere. The former
picture Is pitched In a rathor high key;
the latter Is subdued. Both effects have
been skillfully rendered.
"Miss Tallafoiro'ls ? member pf the
well? know? alo'uoestorV. family of that
name, i<eim?? the daughter of tho gallant
Major Thomas s. Tftllafcrro, ?f Glouces?
ter pointy, ?*? i
... ?? ? J
Mies Sue Field Dunlap, of Lexington,
Ky. ? Lieutenant Edward . Carponter, of
Fort Monroe; Misa Salloy, Mr, Hutson
Bailey and Mr. 0. B. Nelms, of New?
port Now?. >
Mis? Loi? Wood Brown, the youngeet
dayghtor of Mr. and Mrs. Chorlos Au?
gustus Brown, of New York, and Lieuten?
ant, Curtis.,. Gantt Rorebeok. Artillery
Corps, U, a. ?., were married In th?
post chapel at Fort Monroe, on. Wednes?
day - afternoon. Gueata were present to?
witness the ceromony from New York,
Baltimore, Washington. Norfolk and
Newport News, as well as from Old Point
and Fort Monroe, The beautiful decora?
tion? In the. churoh were of palma and
wh'.to spring ' flowers. Captain Thomas
W. Barry, U. S. A,, waa tho celebrant.
.The bride, who waa given away by her
father, wore a handsome gown of white
crepe de chine and oarrled whlto sweet
peas, arranged in a shower bouquet. Her
bridal veil was caught with a spray of
The maid of honor, Mies Luoy Brown,
sister of the bride, was gowned In white
laoe over taffeta and wore a black picture
hat. Her flowers were artillery red car?
nations. Lieutenant Jame* Totten, U.
S. ?.. was best man and the usher? were
Lieutenants Robort McMillan, Richard
BUI?, ?Edward Hill and Francin ?, Cooko.
Immediately after the ceremony there
was a large reception In the administra?
tion building, after .whloh Lieutotiant and
Mrs. Rorebeck left for Fort Dupont, Del.?
where the former 1? stationed.
Tr,v Literary Society and Book Club
(Special, to The Tlmes-DIepatch.)
"Gloucester Literary Society" met at tho
rectory on Friday, and the "Neighbor?
hood Book Club" on Wednesday at Dun
ham-Massle, on the North River, the
home of Mis? Leah Tallaferro.
Mre. Cour tena y Soldon and Mrs, Hi?lzo
both Lewie DI m mock, who spent the win?
ter In Richmond, have returned to Glou?
Mrs. Burr Noland, of Baltimore, Is
'guest at Sherwood.
Mr?. James Dunatan, of Norfolk, is at
Miss Catherine Dlnklo has returned
from a .visit.to Mrs. Julian Mlohaux, of
Now port News,
Miss Anno Page Vandorgrlft, who, with
her niece, Miss Catherine Pago withers,
paid a visit to Nowport News, havo re?
turned to Severnby.
Mrs. Kate Tabb has returned from
visit to Oakland, Md., and Miss Margaret
Tnbb from Petersburg.
Miss Mary Pngo Leo Is In Washington,
the guest of Miss Molly Elliott Soawell.
Mrs. David Baldwin and Mr. John Tyler
Seawell are nt Goshen.
Mr?. 8. S, Hepburn, who has boon visit?
ing hor daughter, Mrs. Bnowdon Hopkins,
returned'to Hanover to-day.
Judge and Mrs. Bovorly Wolford and
Miss Suo Weltord will leave for Richmond
Mr. Verity, of Brooklyn, N. Y? Is the
guest of Mr, H. O. Sanders,
Mrs. J. Halrston Soawell, of "Tho Shel?
ter," Is visiting Mrs. Eliza Gary.
A Complimentary Entertain?
ment by Miss Collier.
(.Special to The Tlmes-Dtspatoh.)
PETERSBURG, VA^ May 2^-M!s?
, Margaret Collier entertained at cards
Tuesday afternoon, complimentary to hor
RU?st, Miss Lottie Galbralth, of Spartan
burg, S. C. Receiving with Mies Collier
were Mrs. Samuel Wlllnon, Miss Marthi
Collier and Mis? Emily Roper. The
decorat Ions wero In wild honeysycklo,
wild tooust and ferns. The score, cards .
wree very dainty. Mrs. R. A. Gambia?
captured tWe first prize, Mrs. ,.anoy
Roper the second prize, while (?'' "jalone
hand prize went to Miss Roberti, v^m'.
The'gueets Included Mrs. Harriet Hous-I
ton, of Baltimore; Mrs. Irving King. of|
Texas; Mrs. Webster, of Norfolk: Mrs,
Paul Williams, Mrs, R, A. Gamble, Mrs.
Alice Epos, Mrs. Tallaferro, Mrs'. Pryor
Jones, Mrs. Georgo Soay, Mra James
Ruffln, Mrs. LeRoy Roper, Mrs. A. B.
Morgan, Mrs. J. Ed, Nosworthy, Mlssoa,
Lee Booth, Griselle Mullen, Elllo Walte,
May Clalborne, Mary Goodwyn Gililam,
Emily Townes. Mary Gee, Muti* Moyl?r,
Carrie Craddook,' Cary Meyer?, B?selo
Venable, Margaret Olli. Roberta GUI,
Mary Beasley, Dena Lee Townes, Annie '
Stokos, Joe Mollwalne.
Mrs. Chlsholm entertained at card?
Miss Mary Gee was the oharmtng host?
ess nt a card party Friday evening.
The "Temple of Fame" Is the title o?
the play given at the Academy of MubIo
In this city Thursday evening, under tho
auspices of the Ladles' Memorial ? Asso?
ciation. The play, which Is the sequel
,0t '-"The Old Maids' Convention," wna
'given undor the direction of Miss Dun?
kel, ]who trained the caste for the "Old
Maids' Convention." nnd was a marked
success, both artistically and financially.
A neat sum will bo added to tho fund
now In hnhd for the Improvements to Old
Tho mnrrlngo of Mr. Joseph Cheshire
Cotton and Miss Salile Whltworth Will
son, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Will
son, of this city, was solemnised Wed?
nesday afternoon at tho home of tho,
bride's mother, on Washington Street, In
this city. The wedding was a qulot one
on account of the continued Illness ot
M.l/ts .WHlson's sister, Mrs. Marion Pee?
bles, who has boon 111 at tho Home foy
tho. Sick In this city for several weeks.
Mr, Cotton Is a membor of a well known
North Carolina family and Is now In
tho United States railway postal service.
Miss Helen Leavenworth was the host?
ess at a card party Thuraday afternoon!
at hor home on South Market Street.
Our "Giirney" Refrigerator?
have "pinked" failure In every
encounter. \:}a ;
They are so scientifically con?
strutted that It Is Impossible
not to have a constant circul?
ation of pure, dry air In them.
Food kept In these Refriger?
ators comes to the table In per?
They save ice.
They save trouble?so easy to
You can keep them "as sweet asa nut "atall time?.
Some of them will hold 100 lbs, of ice in. a porcel? ? tank, These
have a spigot on Ihe outside of the tank to draw off the Ice-water, Re*
fi 'igei atorand Cooler In one, Price, 13-98 to f 20.00.
Others as low as $7.45. , , . , , ,'
Hiere are kinds enough to satisfy your Ideas as io style and price.
Get them on the easy-payment plan If you will,
' Quite posi live that :hi?se are the handsomest, most practical, sanitary
Refrigerators in Richmond. You'll think so, too, when you see them,
All Kinds of Furniture, Carpets, Baby Carriages,
Stoves^ Gas, Oil, eto.
Ryan, Smith ? Taiman
Good Furniture Cash or Credit,
6091,, Broad St, bet. 6th and 7th Stn?R4chmond,Vat
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