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OGDEN CITY UTAH SATURDAY JULY 2 J910J6 PAGES Entered aa Second Class Matter at the Poatofflce Ogden Utah
RENO
i WILD
Great Crowds in the
I Hotels and at the
Trains
i
I Reno Nov July 2The confusion
I and squabble over the details of the
ring and the arena took a new angle
this morning when Jack Johnson mo
tored Into the city In search of Tex
Rickard Johnson declared > he was
not satisfied with the overhang of the
I platform outside the ropes The roped
square Is twentytwo feet and the
platform Itself a little over twenty
three feet Johnson wanted more
Bpace beyond the ropes and was after
Rickard to see that an additional toot
all around Is added giving the usual
two feet of platform beyond the
ropes
The big negroes appearance in town
created much Interest and a rush ot
newcomers for his motor which drew
up In front of RIckards hotel John
son came in as the guest of Dick
Shevlln the Yale athlete in the tat
ters car No sooner had it stopp d
in front of the hotel than a curious
throng Jammed about It staring at
the big black fighter who pat in the
tonneau laughing and joking appar
ently with no thought for the great
battle but two days off
Whenever he comes to town he
dresses In a loose fitting square blacic
suit with soft shirt open at the
throat and a Panama hat This garb
accentuates his size and he looms
among the crowd seemingly as big as
any other two men In night While
he sal In the car toda his golden
smllo flashed continuously on the
picturesque throng around him
Rickard came down from his room
about 2 oclock He looked as though
he had spent a restful night to spite
of the worries and over rocurring ob
stacles that have confronted him at
almost every slop
Suppose youll be glad when its
over Trx was suggested
You bet I will said Rickard But
1 feel fine today Slept all night
A swarm of war correspondents
had already gathered in the hOle lob
by They began a flank movement op 1
the promoter but he evaded the rush I
and slipped across the street to 1 i
I cafe for breakfast
While Johnson vailqdlllckard was
h in seclusion nnd was not
fo1 > c found It was thought however
that llio discussion regarding thVfinV
I between the fighter and promoter
would be held later In the du
I Big Purse of 101000
One of the Ural matters to which
Rickard was booked to give his atten = i
tion today was the putting up of tho
balance of the 101000 purse Stake I
holder Dig Tim Sullivan already
has 50000 of the money in hand
Twenty thousand was deposited In
New York when the articles were
1 signed and 30000 more went Into a
San Francisco bank vault about two i
months ago This amount was
brought to Reno and today 5100i
was added to It in a local bank before
noon I
Sharkey and Fitz I
Every train from the east and west
I
today left many additions to tho
crowd ot prospective fight spectators
ready gathered A number of ring
1
celebrities were due to arrive during
the day including Bob Fltzslmmons
and Tom Sharkey Besides those
many sporting men from nil parts of
the countiy and large additions to tho
I army of sporting writers and lilprnrv
rieu already mobilized were expected
I With early hours of the mornli R
the city began to show something 9fl
c the excited expectancy that will not
r
I l ns > s away until the fight is over
Heretofore there have been fcw nf
k the fight fans abroad before 10 1
s oclock In the forenoon most of the I
gossipplng and before tho battle ar
I guments being confined to the after I
noon and evening and lasting Into the
small hour ot the morning Today
howevei the hotel lobbies were
crowded before 9 oclock and crowds
nisinjd to tho depot to meet oVery
train and the clamor of wolcoiuo re
sounded along the platform as the
cars dihgorgcd tho dusty travelers
Well how does It look now was
the first greeting from evey new ar
rival Because of the many and sud
den changes In the fight situation
during the past week any one who
has been out of touch with Reno for
two das or more fears tlllRome
I
Lung else might happen to bring about
another change
Everything fine and lovely ions
the reassuring response to alt such
qliirlo >
Fighters ready arena ready and
ciowdp coming in every minute
Mrs Jcffricc Busy v w
While her husband played cards nt
his Moana Springs cottage and lnIJt
cit 1 of Truckeo river trout MrsJameH
J + Jeffries in the Interests of die
famil spent moat of the morning In
Tfeno saving money lu attorney
lUiifc T
For moe than an hour she was in
tho office of the lawyer who draftcil
tho contract between Jeffries anti lli
picture concern to which the fonneri
uianiplon recently sold his shnro Ir
the films effecting a malerlaLro
ductlon In the size of the orl lust
d 5100 claimed by the man of law Tor
t his services
lAT
BUBONIC PLAGUE r
AT HONOLULU
Honolulu July 2A suspected case
oi bubonic plague was discovered oil
tin steamship Chlyo Mnru which ar
rived today from HouK Kong
The nneda baseball team arrived
today from Japan for a series of
I games with a plctod ulnerfroui Oahu
The learn was welcomed by the may
I or of Honolulu and a committee of
prominent Japaueae residents
I CLOSING OF THE
I BANK OF BILLIMS
I
Washington July 2Tbe First Na
j Bona Bank of Diilings was closed to
day by direction of the comptroller of
Jthe currency the bank having been
reported by the examiner to be In
solvent
1C W Cnodhttit has been appointed
reed r
On March 29 last the dale of tho
report to the comptroller of the cur
rency the bonk Included among its
esources 1353319 11 loans and dis
counts and 134103 In cash and cash
items
The liabilities Included 150000 in
capital stock SolGIS in surplus and
undivided profits and 1692425 in
deposits
iA MINISTER
IN TROUBLE
1 His Prayer Was a i e
I on One of His Con
gregation
Springfield July 2Rcv R D Fish
I er of Nearo 111 has been made a de
fendant In a 5tOOO suit
I 0 Lord make Biother Stroh a
better man cause him to pay his debts
and have him cease backbiting fer
I vently supplicated the minister in a
I prayer which startled Ills congrega
tion and started Stroh upon a line of
action culminntlug in the suit for
I libelf
I Other faults of the parishioner
I were cited In the ministers prayer
and Divine Interference was asked for
I
to rectify them
I Now youd better make another
prayer and straighten things up with
the Lord declared Stroh when the
pastor concluded his prayer But Dr
Flsl cr refused
ir
O IcER QL
r D KILLED
f
Loavenworlh Kan July 2 Am
brose Donahue a merchant policeman
of this city was shot and killed by an
unknown man whom he attempted to
I arrest early today
I Donah no and two railroad wryli
men heard a shot in the railroad
yards and upon investigation found
a man in a box car When they or
dered him to come out he fired kill
ing Donahue
The murderer continued to shoot as
ho jumped from the car and escaped
across the bridge into Missouri His
pursuers shot at him several times
A posse started In pursuit of the fu
I gitive
I
WORLDS MA KETS
Bank Statement
New York July 2The following
is the clearing house bank statement
I Loans 1215637000 increase 15
i 755000
I Deposits 1208273800 increase
7197500
Circulation 4S418OQO increase
71000
I Legal tenders GS377COO de
crease 51340900
Specie 262G09300 decrease G
crease 50710900
Resono 320920900 decrease S
160800
Reserve required 302008150 in
I crease 1709395
Surplus 18918450 decrease 9
i 9fiG17n
I ExU S deposits 19122775 de
crease 9891425
I
Chicago Livestock
I Chicago July 2CatUc receipts
I estimated at 300 market steady
Beeves fi35a850 Texas steers 125a
C80 Tvesteron steers 5IOa733 stock
ers and feeders 4GOa515 cows and
I heifers 280a700 calves C50aS25
I Hogs Receipts estimated at 8000
market easy Light 910a940 mixed
i 895a935 heavy S45a920 rough
fcG5aSSo good to choice SSOa915
I bulk of sales S95n915
I eltnccelllt8 estimated at GOOO
market steady Native 276alSf
western S25al Si yearlings 5OOa
fiOO Iambs native U75aSIO west
ern 526a77n
i
Omaha Livestock
Omaha July 2 Cattle Receipts
j 100 Market unchanged
Hogs Receipts G500 Market lOc
lower Heavy S75a8S5 mixed S
1 75a8SO light S85a900 pigs 7
OOaS50 bulk of Bales SS75nSS5
I ShoenrRecclpts 7000 Market
stood Yearlings 5475afi50 weth
ers 3inn4JM owes 340allO
lambs C25aSOO
New York Money
Now York July 2Prhne morcau
tile paper 434S5 per cent
i Sterling exchange nominal with
actual business In bankers hills at
181 48410 for sixtyday bills and
at 1850 for demand
j Conrmercial bills 483144S13J
MONEY ON
I THE FUT 1
Tex Rickard Expects
His Proiits to Be
100000
I
Reno Nev July Training activ
I ities have ostensibly ceased In both
the Johnson and the Jeffries camp find
I Reno has settled down with what
quiet it may to await the big bat
i tie on next Monday There being
1 little of Interest at the fighters head
quarters the greater part of the
crowds remain down town today pack
Ing the streets hotel gambling plac
es and fight headquarters
Discussion regarding tho merits of
the principals Is rife and each man
seems to have many supporters But
the arguments cool and as yet the
police have had no trouble with thj
throng which has come here to see
the contest
Fight followers do not expect any
surprises from the Johnson camp
The negro said he is through and his
word Is taken for It But it is well
known that the whimsical Jeffries
may change his announced plans at
any time The result i that no one
would be surprised at anything tho
big pugilist might do Therefore
while few arc Journeying out over
the dusty trail to his camp every
one keeps In close touch with the
white mans moves for fear that he
may decide to take on some fighter
or several fighters some dayor for
that matter tho night before tho
championship contest
A good example of the fane dis
trust of Jeffries was shown yester
day and last night Following the
arrival of Sam Langford here tho
report gnjned circulation tlIat the
negroand Jeffries would box fifteen
rounds during the evening At the
time the story started the oxboller
makers camp was descried except
for his Immediate associates A re
port that Langford had been seen go
Ing towards the Jeffries camp with
his fighting paraphernalia came next
I Then begun a general exodus from
the city to Moano Springs They
traveled In wagons on street cars and
I In automobiles Some even expressed
the belief that Jeffries might ibox
fifteen rounds with Langford Jim
Corhett having said such a program
would suit him very nicely
But the visitors were disappointed
Jeffries did not box Corbotl assured
every one that thnrff would beno
more boxing at the camp Langford
said he had no Intention of sparring
with Jeffries But these reiterated
assurances did not satisfv tho crowd
and many were up early today to
keep a watchful eye on Langford and
make sure he did not slip away to
Jeffries place to participate In the
fighters unique sunrise exercise
Betting on Fight
While tho gambling places are well
filled at all hojira tho scarcity of
bettors at the commissioners head
quarters Is sonlowhat surprising to
I the wagering fraternity Betting Im
proved a bit last night however At
Tom Corbetts It was announced to
day that about 15000 was placed on
Jeftries at 10 to o 12 With two ex
ceptions the amounts were under
2000 Jim Corbett has 5000 at
his brothers place to bo bet on Jef
fries A now York man has left 10
I
000 Both wagers are to be placed
at the prevailing odds
I But betting commissioners expect 1
large amounts of money will ho
I placed today and tomorrow They
j explain that tho crowd here now is
composed In major part of men who
I have business In Reno and not to
wager money The arrival of special
I trains from tho big cities between
now and Monday morning will boost
the betting they believe Tex Rick
nrds final announcement that he
j would positively referee the fight
will probably cause money to loosen I
upA I
A few of the extremely cautious folk
girt holding off their money unlll tho
r 51000 of the purse Is
I placed in Big Tim Sullivans
hands This Is to be done some time
today according to thQ arangomcnt
effecting between tho promoters and
Sullivan here last night Tex Rickard
assured Sullivan that he would either
turn over the amount In cash or in
check form today
I Profits for Rickard I
Rickard has recovered from all ner
I vousness he may have foil over the
financial outcome of tho battle He
now believes the profits from tho bat
tle alone will amount to 100000
I expect the receipts to be about
250000 he said Our expenses
I have been a littlo less than 100000
II We should clear about 100000
Seat Halos hero since lire paste
boards were brought up from San
Francisco by Jack Gleason have been
highly pleasing to the promoters
Practically all of the 50 and 10 seats
arc gone The higher priced seats
sold quickly on account of tljelr good
J location and a large part of them
I were reserved before the sale opened
here Many bought the 10 seats be
I cause they were high and spectators
who hold them will gpl the benefit of
a breeze If one Is blowing on thu dar
of the battle
Fans who expected to purchase 5
scats will bo dloappolmod for there
will be none at this price
Folks whp want lo pity 5 will have
to get telephone poly privileges said
RIcknrd laughingly
Many pooplo who bought tickets
hoforc the fight was transferred and
had their mqney refunded are now
seeking to have their origin accom
modations back again Rlckurd said
last night IJpt as fast ns the money
t was refunded for tickets ic paste
boards were again placed on sale so
It Is doubtful If many succeed In get
I ting their original reservations
All Is not yet serene between Rick
ard and the contractors who built the
arena The structure will be com
pleted tomorrow and Rickard says he
is going to have immediate possession
of it The contractors however de
I clare they will not relinquish it until
July S The builders fear the men
I who drew the plans for the big bal
i tlinj place may put up signs advertis
1 ing that they erected It as they
tiled to do Wednesday nnd get thes
advertisements Into the moving pic
tures
Gotch in Reno
Celebrities continue to arrive here
on evory train Frank Golch the
champion wrestler of the world cre
ated a stir aboul the hotels last
night when he walked around greet
ing friends
None was happier to soe Gotch than
Jeffries himself When the giant
Iowa farmerwrestler appeared at the
gate of Jefiries yard thee pugilist
rushed out and grasped his hand
warmly
Its great to see you Frank he
shouted gleefully Ive been anx
iously awaiting your arrival
Gotcli was much impressed with his
friends condition He freely predict
ed victory for Jeffries
He looks the best that I have ever
seen him said Gotch I cant be
gin to say how much better his ap
pearance Is than it was when I left
him at the end of our theatrical tour
And It was good then This work In
the mountains has done wonders for
him Why he Is as tan < ns a shoe
sole and his muscles are hard as
iron f V
Will ho win That B tia useless
question Of course KieMlj win I
should say that somewhere between
the fltccnth and the twentieth round
he will knock Johnson out You may
bo certain of this The fight wont
go over twenty rounds and Jeffries
will carry off the big end of the
purse
Gotch will visit Jeffries nt his
camp before the fight but ho says he
will offer him no advice Farmer
Burns who taught Gotch the wrestl
ing game will give Jeffries all the
information ho needs about the tricks
of wrestling And then Jeffries pick
ed up considerable ainout of Informa
tion from Gotch while they were on
their theatrical tour last winter too
which the evbollermnker says ho has
not forgotten
Everything Is calm at Johnsons
camp The negro ha ceased all work
with the exception of walking His
entire camp says he Is fit and last
night the champions partners gave
proof of their sincerity Jn their state
ment by placing 5OOQ With a bet
ting commissioner lo bgl placed on
Johnson at tho prevailing odds
I
l tAVY L4iS 7
l A r
r FLAMES
Canadian Northern Has
Much Property Des
I troyed by Fires
I Winnipeg Man July 2 The Cana
dian Northern railway announced to
day that Its loss this week by bush
fires in the Rainy river district was
125 box cars 30 depots station
houses freight sheds water tanks and
500000 worth of yard material
Last night Elmo Ont was cut off
from communication and was sur
rounded by fires
Only one house remains in the vil
lage of Miscampell
Farmers In directions are aban
doning their homes and are taking
the women and children to places of
safety
i
INCREASE IN THE
NEW YORK TAXES
I
New York July 2A substantial
Increase In tax rate faces the New
York property owners the coming
year Estimates based on the tax
rolls show that the rate will be about
17G as compared with 107 tills year
Now Yorks ratewill bo very close
to the average rate of the big cities
of the country The Increase in as
sessed valuation this year Is 235000
000 as compared with 81000000 last
I year
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O FIREMAN BURIED 0
O UNDER WALLS 0
O 0
O St Louis July 2Clpt 0
O Michael J Lyons of the 0
O tire department and a fireman 0
O were killed and two other fire 0
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C 011 companys store house here 0
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I VCTM Of
I W l MANIAI
Son of Henry Watterson I
Shoots a Saloon
Proprietor
I
j New York July 2 Conflicting re
ports as > to the Identity of the man
who yesterday at Saugerties N Y
while apparently domented shot and
slightly wounded Michael Martin a I
saloon proprietor were cleared up
today when it was learned that Mar I
tins assailant way Ewing Watterson
eldest son of Col Henry Watterson
of Louisville Ky
Wattcrson Is under arrest at Sau
gortlcs Col Vatterson who Is In
this city was appraised of his sous
outbreak and plans to go to Sauger
ties late today or tomorrow to look
after the young mans interests From I
him the circumstances of the case
were learned I
Ewln Wntterson his father says
baa for some years been the victim
of a form of religious mania which
has failed to yield to treatment In
the effort to better his sons condi
tion Col Watterson placed him for
some time on a ranch in the west
and when this environment failed to
result In Improvement bought him a I
farm In the Hudson river hills near
Saugerties where it was hoped the air i
and quiet surroundings would benefit j
himEwin I
Bwin Watterson according to the i
reports from Saugerties entered Mar
tins place ot business yesterday and
created a disturbance After some
words with tho proprietor Wutterson I
opened fire shooting Martin three I
times None of the bullets Inflicted
serious injiuy vatlcrson was lock I
ed up and word was sent to his fa
ther In this city
From what could he learned of Col
Wattersons plans It Is believed an
application will be made to have his
son placed in sanitarium or asylum I
His mania bad never before manifest
ed Itself in a violent form
Another son of Col Wattorson
Tater W Wattcrson was killed in j
tills city in November 190S by falling
from the 19th floor ot a Wall street
office building
JEWS TQLEA YE
1 r CTJ iD
DOR R aJtl J
Pillsburg July Proinlnent Jews I
from all sections of the world many
of whom will leave next year for I
i Palestine where they will make their I
permanent home are in Pittsburg to
attend the annual convention of tho
I Federation of American Zionists
which opens tomorrow Already
about 300 delegates from sections of
this country have registered many of
whom arc women Every delegate is
interested in the worldwide move
ment of the Jews for emancipation In
tho proposed establishment of a na
tion In tho holy land
Some of the prominent Jews that I
are here are Dr Joseph Nasln of New
York secretary of the federation
Louis Leneki editor of the Maccadea
Bernard G Richards secretary of the
Jewish Kehilla M Chazzan and Rab
bi Jacob Menlcea of Now York
Simon Goldman and his family of j
St Louis will leave for Palestine In a
few weeks while I Borushak of the
same city who IB also here is one of
a party that will follow within a year
I The business sessions of the con
vention begin tomorrow morning and
twill
Will continue until Wednesday
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O tour Athletic association cham 0
0 plonshlp meet at Stanford 0
0 Bridge today Texas Rams 0
C dell of the University of Penn 0
O sylvanla won the 100yard 0
O dash bya foot from R E Val 0
O her the champion In 10 15 0
O Walker who is a South Afrl 0
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O by winning the hundredmetre 0
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O Ono persbn was killed and sev c
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BODY OF SOLDIER I
I BURIED AT SEA i I
i
Miami Flu July Complying 1
his wlIIJ
with a request contained in
friends ot Captain A R Simmons a
grand army veteran who died at tho
National soldiers home Johnson City
Tenn burled his body at sea Friday
afternoon and the veterans last atop
Is In the depths of beautiful Blscayno
Day
Captain Simmons who was a firm
believer in evolution expressed the
further desire that no religious ser
vices be held over hIt body and that
his friends in performing tho last I
rites conduct themselves with as
much gaiety as possible These rites
merely consisted of reading the will
firing of three guns and placing the
flags of tho yacht at half mast as
the body encased In a bag was low
ered Into the gulf stream
The body of Captain Simmons who
served throughout the Civil war with
a New York regiment was first inter
red at Johnson City but was exhumed
when the contents of tho will became
known
NEGROES TO
PRAY MONDAY I
Holiness Church Will
Ask God to Help
Johnson
Hulchlnsou Knn July 2Tbo Ne
gro Holiness church here today
called special service for Monday af
ternoon to pray that Johnson may
defeat Jeffries
The Negro Holiness church has not
yet built a house of worship here and I
a large tent was constructed today j
for teh accommodation of those who
will attend services Monday
There are about 1200 negroes and
It Is expected that a majority of them
will attend the meeting According to
tho program announced the negroes
will pray and sing religious hymns
until Johnson wins the battle if It
takes nil night
Arrangements have been made to
have the result of the fight bulletined
by rounds at the meeting
FKST ACCIDENT
OF THE El6 FI1T I
1
1
Chicago July 2 Because Arthur
Miller knew the exact blow with
which he figured Jeffries will lay
° T i ti S h n liJI1 low ho wlroR bt teltd
for the fight yesterday is in the hos
pital today Miller Who Js 28 years
old lives In Gary and It was on the i
train from Gary to Chicago where lie 1
was to start for Reno that ho receiv = +
ed his knockout Harry King a
friend was on the train and Miller I
tried tQ illustrate his discovery In
the melee Miller broke a window of +
the car and a falling piece of glass
cut a serious gash In Ills threat Ho
was given medical aid at Indian Har
bor and then rushed to the Chicago I
hospital
I
ACCIDENTS IN I
LARGE CITY
I
Now York July 2The report of
the National Highways Protective So j
clety for the month of June 1910
shows that there were fewer acci1
dents In New York for that month
than in any month since January
1909 Only one child was killed b
an automobile Twentytwo persons
were Injure eight of whom were
children under Ifi years of age Trol
ley cars killed three and injured one
Three children and one man were kill
by trucks
ED SON ON
AEROPLANE
Great Inventor Points
Out Some Problems
to Be Solved
New York July 2 Eliomas Edison
is watching the aeroplane develop
ment with tho keenest interest In
an Interview given out here today ho
cpmmenta as follows on Glenn Curtis
recent experiments at Hnmmonll port
in attempting to drop bombs onto a
target resembling In shape and size a
modern war vessel
Tho experiments are very Interest
ing and give us an Insight into the
big possibilities which must be solv
ed by the aeroplane inventors An
invention for making lie aviators aim
more accurate should not be difficult
to devise I do not think a gun
would be the ideal plan I rather
think that some way should be In
vented by which the missiles would be
let down a tube as soon as the object
was sighted and tho aim carefully
sighted On the other hand the an i
swer to the destructive effect of such
a bomb if It actually struck the deck
of a heavily armored battleship
striking the deck lo my mind would
not do any serious damage unless aa
explosive were used Experiments
along this line will now be In order
Another thing the aeroplane such as
Curtiss uses is very delicately pol
ed In the air Traveling nt great
I speed their ability to remain In the
I air is dependent solely on the main
tenance of the speed and of their
equipoise T cannot help thinking that
the dropping of a missile weighing
say twentyfive pound unless man
aged with the greatest care which
aqan might tend to offset accuracy
of aim would seriously jeopardize the
equilibrium of the plane But I am
absolutely convinced that the future
of flying lies in the perfection of the
helicopter machine which will not bo
under such a handicap
ROOSEVfcLT ISiN
OREA DEMAND
New York Juno 2A large propor
II tion of the letters which burden Thoo
tore Roosevelts desk at his uptown
desk each day fire from churchme
of faiths as various as the Iocalllle5
UrJ1l which they wrte > Re 3JL rsta for
him to slJoatl nJipTpnV UeTC Eart
orings in all parts of the country are
particularly numerous
l During his I sojourn In Africa Mr
It Roosevelt saw much or Christian mls
I sionary work and evidenced a largo in
terost In it
I The American hoard the oldest ot
American missionary organizations
to celebrate its 100th anniversary this
coming October when it will have
not only many Important addresses
but also the most remarkable collec
tion of missionary exhibits over made
Efforts are being made to induce Mr
Roosevelt to speak at this celebration
on missions in general and his per
sonal examinations of missions in Af
rica
OFF FOR THE POLE
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Kiel Germany July 2Tho
Malnrc bearing Prince Henry and limo
entire complement of tho Zeppelin
party arranging for the Polar balloon
voyage sailed for Spltzcnbergor to
day There were scientists who will
study conditions In the far north with
n view to determining whether the
project Is practicable included in the
company
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