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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBt'NE AND CAPE ( OINTY HER ALT)
Dull Life Serving Hash and
Joins Police Force.
ST LOUIS MER- KENNETT CITIZEN DETECTIVE JONES
CHANTS WARM- STOLEN FROM BED FAILS TO SHOW UP
I ill J
ADM C TACH
II UU Id I 1IL 1
LeeShelton Enticed From Home Tool of Men's Club Had Feeling f
by Conspirators With Head- Shame and Failed to Appear
quarters in Cape to Recite His Record
HLAUY 10 TESTIFY
BETRAYS BEST FRIEND INTERESTING TALKS MADE
Woman With W hom He Is Said ! Everybody Enjoyed a Pleasant
To Have Eloped Was Chum of ' Evening, and Everybody Went
Trusting Wife 1 Home Well Pleased
Intertaining Meeting Held at .POLICE ARE AFTER THEM TWO CASES DISMISSED
Club Rooms After Arrival ;
of Visitors I Dropped off St. Louis Train and Told so Many Conflicting Stories
I j Subjected to Bewildering Wiles ; That His Appearance Would
oft ape Confidence Men Have Availed but Little
ATTORNEY ANNOUNCES READI
NESS TO CALL DEFENDANT
IF HE SO DESIRES.
PROSECUTION HAS SURPRISE
Lec Shdton, one of tin best known In the
people of tin- lliriviiiK little I'ily of j chain mI
Kennett lias been reported as kid
napped from his home on Fiiilay
afternoon, and a feeling of great
solicitude as to his safety anil where
abouts exists among his army of
friends and associates in the narrow
the locality from which
Clyde LnHosc, the reformer of j The sperinl train brought the Sales
Poplar Muff, who recently caused h j Managers Association of the Husiness
ensiktion in that scat of lethargic i Men's League of St. Louis Friday
n,.mirm' bv rlifitiirinir his wavs from ' niiht urriviiur at '.1:50 I), m. from i confines of
worldlv sinfulness to that of ft re-j the south. I ' s'1"1 " l,:iv'' been stolen,
stirrer" of lost morals through his The Sales Managers Association is j Mr. Shelton lis never been away
"Mens Club" practices as a police-' composed of representatives of whole- j from home before, and it is feared
man, it is said has abandoned his 1 sale jobbers and manufacturers, lo-jthat he will fall into the hands of
work as a redeemer and eloped with .rated in St. Louis. Nearly 10(1 of , unscrupulous men or women, wno w
the wife of a friend, departing for such firms were represented last tuglit.
fields foreign to the knowledge of The train was met at the station
the man whome he had betrayed by a delegation of the Cape Com-,
and the woman he had taken as his mcrrial Club, headed by President
lawful wife. jClenn. Promptly on arrival, Scy-
LuKosc, until a short time ago, ; mom's band which accompanied the
was engaged in the restaurant husi- special, led the pit ssion to the
ness in Poplar PlulT, and operated Llk's building, where the visitors'
the popular resort known as the White were conducted to the ball room, and
House Cafe. The woman with hwom after a great amount of hand shaking
he is said to have eloped was an in- and getting acquainted, seats were
timate friend of hi- wife, and was the taken and cigars passed. President
wife of a man by the name of (Ibiin of the Commercial Club made
Klitchback wl perates the pool the introductory speech, followed by
hall in the Wright hotel. The two the President of tin' Ifctail Mer
familics always seemed to entertain chant s A-sociation. II. K. Xiis-batim.
a very close friend-hip toward each and Manager of the Missouri Public
other, and u-ually all ate together Ctilities Co.. A. M. Tin-ley, after
at the cafe of hieli Mr. Laltose which the inciting was tinned over
take advantage of his unsophistica
tion and tell him things that one
of his age should not know. It is
rumored that a party by the name of
Ld Massengill, with another man of
(piestionable character, named John
Ku-sell, enticed the unsuspecting Shel
ton aboard the St. Louis train of
Hn-imss Homners, brought him In
the Cape where the tender victim
of the villainous conspiracy was
cast adrift. It is said that Massen
gill, one of the party accussed of
enticing Mr. Slicltnn away from
his happy h me, was at one ti e a
member of the famed Pat Crowe j
gang, and that he figured conspicu- j eh n
ously in the Cudahy episod
the voiitig son of the famous million-
wherciii : 1,1 -
1 1 i
case of State vs. Sid Vcrblc
with operating his saloon
on Sunday, decision was rendered in
favor of the defendant, in the Circuit
Court at Jackson Thursday, the plain
tiffs producing no witnesses to sub
stantiate the charges. It seems
that they Detective Jones Nance
and who knows what else, failed to
materialize, having met with such
miserable luck on his previous at
tempts to secure convictions on per
jure I statements and admitted Sacts
of immorality on his part, at the
instance of certain members of a
blind form of a black hand organiza
tion whom he testified paid him
Moil per month to indulge in un
mentionable practices in order toj
convict others of the same offense.
The same witness was depended j
Upoti by the state to secure a con
viction of a Mis. Delatiev w ho was
chalked with having conducted an
immoral hnu-e. and the case was di--i
mis--d ',,- tin. ii as hi that theie wasj
no evidence to o!b-r against the dc-
Tie men who arc instrumental in
ha mg created sentiment by bogus
again-t thc-e ileteuilant-, plac
lasling siigma on their charae
wilhout daring to offer a word
'Lefty Louie's" Widow Admitted Her
Testimony at Gunmens' Trial Wat
False, but Was Gives to Save
Her Husband's Life.
hud management and control. La-Ro-e
sold out his business not long
ago, and through his pretch-ions as
a reformer, was made a member of
the police force, lie proceeded forth
with to master the shortcomings of,
his former associates, by waging an
titirclf tiling war for the purpose of
CNposing them ill the places where
they carried on their immoral prac
tices. In lool.ing after their interests
he seemed to glow -lightly forget fill
of his own -l:i rteoiiiiiigs, a:id as a
result Mrs. .aHo-e i- pining for a
husband and Mrs. Klitchback ha
tO cook his own meals. I. a Hose beats
llite all unenviable reputation, so
far as his previous relations with the
fairer se are concerned. He is
well known in the I 'ape having once
extracted a bride from the mangier
machine in the I ical s'eani laundry.
This match was poorly made, and on
r :.. .. . ll.L: I .., I
JICCOII11I Ol I ileum ia I 1 1 u 1 1 1 alio "'in, i
disorders the fetters by which they
were bound wile quickly shattered,
and Laltose worked l.i ru-e on a truly
good and Iru-ting oung lady in
Poplar I 'duff w ho is now mourning
the departure of In-r erring ,-p.ii-c.
No one seemed to have any inkling
of the intent i iis of the delinquents.
to the St. Louis contingent. ;
Manager Lee was on hand with I
a speech and many funny stories)
He introduced Mr. Sehlapp of the
Krinning-Schlapp tiro. Co.. Mr. L. ,
K. Wise of the Merchant -l.a( "ledc ,
Hank, C. K. ltedlield of the Am.
ltadiator Co.. Karl l LMdy of the
Coa-I Products Co., W. Ureal of
Huberts .Inhn-oii iV Itand Shoe Co.,
and Mi. (lartisoh, Kditor of 'flic
I try (I l-inali", all of whom con
vulsed their he.oers with funny stories j
:d-o boosting for Southea-t Mis-ouri
and St. Louis. !
The smoker was greatly enjoyed J
by all. j
These "get together" events are j
of great importance to all concerned,
and we hope our St. Louis friends
w ill conn' again.
The delegation was quartered in ;
their special train last night, and after j
visiting the busini -s men and look-I
ing around the city for which atitos
wis ileoi'ived of his of ti-tilnony
is said that Mr. Slid- ' hai-. - which
held for six bits ransom ! praetic- brought
at this time no one j be made to pay
d to the demands of j injuries wrought
The police have I II ,
ft loin. It
ton is being
uotilicd of the mysterious disappear-;
aliee and have been requested to
arrest the victim and to pay no al-
tetitinn to the panic- responsible for
hi- disatuiearalice. (ieoige, Pattoul
another local celebrity whose action
ubs) ant iat.
were by underhand
against them, should
the penalty for the
ASFLEE NG CAPITA
PRIVATE DISPATCH SAYS HE IS
HEADED FOR WEST COAST
Were placed at
Ill o'i I
EVIDENCE DISCLOSES DEALS OF
NEW HAVEN ROAD IN OBTAIN
INTENDS TO BOARD GUNBDAT
Llntcd States Fa'.tli sinus M Ports on
Pacific Const Are Keeping Clone
WatchHe Will Not Ee
Allowed to Leave.
Itt'SC New SWvtcc t
New York, May IS Man in T. Man
ton, chief counsel of Charles Hocker,
fanner police lieutenant, charged with
bavins Instigated tlio murder of Her
man Rosenthal, the gambler, an
liouncvd that If llerker desired to taka
the stand ho would be culled as the
first witness In his own behalf and
Mrs. Pecker, too, would lie called If
willing to testify. Until desire to tell
their story and are expected to go
on the. stand Tuesday.
I'titll the story of the alleged plot
for the murder of Rosenthal had been
plvvti hut few new touches were intro
duced and the testimony of Hose, cor
rohoiated by Valloti and Webber, re
mained as the chief evidence upon
which Mlstrlct Attorney Whitman
based his case n gainst Pecker. Then,
however. Whitman sprung a surprise
by callitu; Mrs. Lillian Uosenhorg,
widow of "Lefty Louie." one of the
four gun men executed on April LI last
for his part in the killing of Hosclj
thai. Former Testimony Was False.
Mrs Itoseiilierg admitted that her
testimony at the trial of the gunmen
had little or no liasis of truth, hut de
dared that she had so testified to
sae lor lin-huhd from the electrlo
thalr. In making this admission and
In telling under oath of the meeting
in her Hat between her husband, the
other gunmen and Hose, when the
murder of Rosenthal was planin d, she
made it appear eeiialu that no mis
take had been made ill the conviction
of the giinini n. of whom her husband
Mrs. Rosenberg said Rose called at
her house and told her husband, liar
ry Horowitz, Whitey Lewis and Frank
Cirolici that Hocker was angry at
them and at Rosenthal, lb' advise!
them to stay Indoors or Heel, or would
get them on a framed up charge of
w said Rose told the men if lluy
would kill Rosenthal everything would
be ah right with Pecker.
"Aft".' Hie murder of Rosenthal the
four boys were in my apartments. I
saw tlieni dividing a roll of money. 1
think there was in the roll,"
he witness declared.
(Mi cross ca minat ion a copy of the
testimony at the trial of the gunmen
was read to Mrs. Host nberg. in which
REBELS PLAN TO START MARCH
TO CAPITAL AS SOON AS
CONTROL NORTHERN MEXICO
Seaport Gained by Constitutionalist
Will Be of Immense Advantage
In Obtaining Munitions
ti n ib
ier. 'about s. at this time
dot In d in t he m i pi .-t
d I y an
13 STIPULATIONS ARE MADE
SICK VICE FOB
Still greater service
be at the command of
cycle owners -hortlv.
nouneem. lit l t In
direct factory brain
oif Llcctrical '..
.. with the an
p. tiing of s viTal
n- by I lie Split
In charge of
The Star C
of tl,i- cit.
Mi --i s. Cope
liialia I'.i Ineht .
,.! I i- int.-
I!'.m-e . w ho w ill
in. tit and conti-o
the future. Mr
( hi- old holm
will -petid a few
frieiul- and relative
iv spirts, ami completely i ipiip
ici remit r miv de-in d technical
eoiiii-el and as-.-talitf on plitlori-
In, hati ignit ion. the new magneto
-t, lions will suppler, , cut the supeih MLETIM;
caning .V Pressing (',,..
foriuel l opt I'atetl by
l lianisi .v. has c'.aiH.eil
Mr. .1. W . Cope has
e-t.-t lo Mr. i:. ''.
h: ye i nt ire Ilia nag. -of
the bii-iu.'s- in
C.pc will 1 f II I'll
in SiKe.-ton where
weeks vi-iting with
Mellen Will Be Rer.llcci to otand in
Effcrt to Cisccver Channels
Through Which Courts Wert
Influenced as Charged.
r I he W"i
v i 1 1; l ivi:
i gainat ion
A as a
May IS. The Inter
na!,' toi.ini. rce commission disclo.se.l
cviilcnci' ii.diialing that part of the
New Hum n railroad's high finance
was to 'ill iin lieu thu tour!-, through
f'ninft of the important data uncov
ered by Solicitor Folk showed that
one of the 11! demands of the New
I '.i veil befrir.' it purchased the con
i .roiling inn re. t in the New York,
j Westchester Ar Itostoil railroad was
HOARD thai the courts should uphold the va
ilidity of the franchise. It was this
Ideal that former Fi'i-.-idetit Mellen de
flared "cost $ I ,';. n. mm for stock worth
In cents a pound."
Thirteen Charges Are Made.
i Y N ! ' N', - s:i l ! . 1
I Pan Francisco, M. y 1." A private
I dispatch received 1,. re stal. il !':'
liiitria was In ad. d lor tin- w. .-i, h .
I of Mexico. 'I he mossac.' indicated
1'iat Admiral Howard's Pacific fleet
1 l.i .1 been noti'.i"d ol the dictator's rc
i potted movement and that the I'niteil
i States warships Cleveland, Denver
j and Maryland were watching for him.
!t is reported that he Intends to ioin
j tin I'unl oat (!ii rrcr.i. wlil.h htiM:.:i
r millo for SaUna Cruz. The theory Is
that the tiuurrera intends to meet
. I in. rta at the latter port.
Rebels to Demand Recognition.
Washington, May LY Formal rie
! I'unid that tlio Fr.ii. -d States reeof-
ni.'.e the hellUi r. I cy of the .Mexican
i i en -titiitlonabsts is cxpeett d to b
! :.i-5- by to n. Carr.ii.a almost inimo
' .il: t. ty, as the re-nit of the capture
(if T.ltllpico by the rebel forces.
nied that Rtee had ever
house or that die had
gunmen dtvorinr Vm
e le-! inn n y v as not
a ! 1 he had
f I..' ui 1 at tie
I l. d Ih.'ll be. I'l:-.
1 wanted to uiif the niati 1 bned
fl5U! the i h itiie i hail',' -he s:dd
N y ;
.1 the le
V, !'- 1' I
iVNF News Hrrvlec 1
Vera Cruis. May 15. Tamplco haul
(alien and Its fall has hastened the
doom of President Huerta. The cour
stltutlonallstH ar now lu complete
possession of the north and the nccne
of tin' civil war Is transferred to the
south with the rebels boasting that
they will drlvi- lluerta from ixiwer
within a month.
A inewjuu'.e r"cdved hern from Con
Ptltutlonallst lieadipiarters said that
the attack on Saltlllo would heglii lm
tnediately ami tjien, after that ctty
! falls, the filial march will ho beeutl
on Mexico City.
! New Source of Supply.
! With the capture of Taiupioo the
constitutionalists have gained a ne
i port that will be of vast advantago to
them Through Tamplco they expect
to gain the munitions of war that
wile cut off by the renewal of the
! Ann lit nil embargo on the border
i The federal ib-fellders led by (iell.
I Zaiago.a sufli red terrific losses la
! the eontlit t lit the oil town At least
: ",iniii fed. rals were Killed or taken
' prlsom rs, according to the report
thai have been recilved here When
the rebels opened thdr attack (Ion.
, Zaragoa h.nl 7, mm men. Only 2,11(10
are said to V.ave made tin ir escape on
the Mexican Central train Hint had
been made up tor pr. pai at tin for
! Pan don. Mi ' it ", May 1". -With
this city as a kc, f "a in lal cemdl-
, tut iohali1 mow in. nt again. :( Sallillo
Will begin Tweiitv two thmisalid coll-
' Ftitutioiial ' t are iiiii"-i il at '.his
point, whl.h is just miles north of
S.iltillo. making it at present tho
rreat'sl military camp in the repute
lie About pii'tiii other troops are in
the ieinity of Saltillo
1 The light Ihus far has been nt long
r:iii.:e. Hen Villa having givt n orders
'that the n-a ml assault he .Played in.
i til the entire constitutionalist army of
'the north is ma-sod about the city
' with its arlill. ty.
I'lirsiiinc bis usual tactics, Villa
1 probably will begin tin main attack
I upon Salt. Ilo with a lb ice boinbanl
incut from his siece guns. The
'charge of th" iiitanlry forces probably
! w ill be mad" at tiiclit. as at (billies
I 1 niacin anil Torr"'iti.
NcGO REVOLT AMTK'TEP
! Government Is Takmu Precautions
; Ayainit Tloeatrned Outbreak, but
E.Tys it Is Merely Politica1. !
a, (V! a. M i I.", M hough
'l! I' e"-ll l!
nut n" 1 1 " l'ii t ance
EVANS HAS A NOVEL RECORD ZZZ2:r.
threatened general upri-et,:' of necroo-i
r.lcator ConductJi. 30 Years In Wadi
inijton Monumtrt. His Taken
-l.OCO.OCO Pertons to Top.
i -oil I
iilLITANTS OUST SYLVIA P.
( 'lal 1
I. .1 1
I I. .'
Fcrt Wort-i Eert
mr. cf t'
Sets Ditc for Ben
f. P. nd for the
Only three of the L! articles wi re
public. I hey s bowed that t "
I la v . u l.i::h tin.i nciors. .! ir. Ji.d-
or the Wc-iel.i s
y d"ni.''mb.l fi.t
ll'l au.l iti: 1 ! ;.,
i that 'he cout'is
Ira neh'se. .a i . r
I f '
a new ti'Mi.-h
. or;.;.: : ''ui
1 be 1.
- wi r
No-Reit Strike Sche"ic Is Rr!
fltason Why She W.-.s Dtoppcd
I 'l.i -!..! ! i - '; :
i.i ' !'. 'i '. : - .
.. I v p.. V'.'. S . I ' I
i ,! 1 !.;.: .' i . t i :
.,- I-.!'.:. :.: 1
I-', 1 - r .i . . S
'l!i" n.'gro.'. have been acting m
i,l, i . , , i -1 v for setiit time and have been
,,..N). N, ., , , .. , , ! Ii.tidii.c ni.it.y t l in"-, bu' the mnve
V:o 1 iir-Moi'.. ' Mav I1- .latnes I! ' lie nl i - r. i:a-tb d as tin rely political
iMam. who has ali.io.-t i-ompleled his j and "ot lik"ly to he a warlike out
tho t.v sixth . ar in the s"i b i' of tl ' br.al: It b- . hilar. al tin the black
W'a-liin'-ton Monument, and who. I' T ! ne'iebers of th" republic at'" only mil-aliuo-t
L'". wai.-. las lue.n i 1" vat or j , i ;, ,us to cut a greater t inure In pod
. i n. In. tor there, has been brushing ; i , . and ar" not plannlnc to ov . ri hrow
up on his arithmetic. a result. I " th. :-,i, rnment
tililioiinees that he has bawled about , ,r. taty II. via said recailintr the
L1-. i miles up a nd .low n sin. c I i ' '-I- ri ., 'ion "II." covrntiu t't I" coir
'b ut Haws .'ipiio'nte.l hiln to his .e IM; ,hi ,.i (1... mow metif and Is vateh
Kcnt job. and ie-p:to h;s luiiny i.iphl ; , ,. ,., car fully, but It believed
lines in l.is pn.si ion. n"l." I:" ''v'rt!.ai tlair hit attj-tnpt nt an upi dug
:.ue( i .-I'i!!v i. ii. n. t.a! '.vlli him for ,,,! 1... re-ull fortm .1 t. " f re ,t :i
I' " ' " , v ari.i; c f-.r t " ti u'eb " - alio''.!-
Ib n !.;! I teir Cips- up , r , ,h ui, il, ' l.' '. 'c M '
t i'e toot 1 ' ' i t i 1 1 " i .; of t he
::"'',::,'! :". !; '. M:, wo:.!am c:t j-ml snufncE
' . tl 1 . ;" .:!.' sli. o i '
il.. , . - ; j ;,. ;.,! pi . . ;s job rift r.o.i'i' l."';it.''l ,tv.' C w-victrd
1 f ,r VoV.-'t n f I.' !, ' '.' -ftp
V0LC.4N0 ftEP'JHTED ACTIVE
.lu t I.
plallo all'. 'i- x ' ' '" "
piooMhi. mi l. cami:
lV. MW 2
I OK I Kl-
1 1 1 c
V. i 1 '.
tl at .
I , .1
. I'll i
Felt Worth. Tex.. May LY The 1
t' ."uitlt...al Lil.'.e Si ltd. tits' :..' -i" ' .
ti 'U in" l'.ri Wor'.h. compo.-ed of ah .'
leu ii, eii, b u .:, has. announce 1 thu! 1:
has become convinced thn.'.tgh Htirl"
(f th.e I'.ihl" that the "elect" -V ill ):.
In October of this y. ar and Mat Lb"
indleiilum will begin.
Tliyc nre not (piitr pure nhout the '
Ant l.'ttt figure that It will ho nmnr
time this fall and hi liovo th.it nhout
Oct. 1 will mark tho end of their lives
on earth Tin y have not made spe
cial preparations for tho end, how
ever, and all are following; their dally
occupations. Tho sect Is known In
mm. places a lJo "Church of the
Put Into 115 Languages.
London, May 1Y Ibtnyan'a "Pil
prltr' Progres'," ha.-i just hern print
ed In tin- Swvahlli language, making
the ll",tli distinct tongue In which It
has been published to date.
; : a
pel" ; 'n P
' l.v, s tJ;..
n- .' I'inlls.'le
v : s iuiiiuaie
.r 'V.'.ie. :il ii
. i. r oli it
' . i.r.uigh: t n
la ('it')' line
and lhi! We
toe list are
'.111 ! V
,:, ,it.;. and l ho U esicu.
il. In toe list are pro:..
i ,, dud law ers ol X. ..
nee an 1 Albany.
i.i thai J. T. Hicham-,
tl .' J ".loll l'(illsOli(l.,ll 'J
b a :. "tl l.fmfi rloil.s
'. la s, r . dock and HT."
.. niiact loii.pany ns an
knli.-rt C. I'tuyn, an Al
r. had l.jii shares in tint
ii i.'iiiny Names of a numb, r
contractors ai.fl -4 "dumnib s
on :y to r.'V. i to :.i'." u;) i v t in
t ; i. i ion by ti r. ". f-t . ti'al I.1
L il ::its j.Jr, ,, !y lia'. e . i- '" I th
!' !:t pled:, lo .e "!!" ! Ik"
tv i 'I'd is given, .--j I; I i l. ni' .:
in rail out lo r ' I'.-oph s At "
i . eessary, fur l!n,:r p'ot.. ti vi
I 'tihlie annoiim . ui"tlt of
b. i w "Mi Sylvia a ti 1 her n.'
after n sccr- ctml'i icno si;
tie t i.f.
T i.ntjrc, cf Fla.ne T'
C . nta .". f.'ore ) : '
i-.; ?.'e:.( kr :
i : .t
I'l out of
Ca ai.i i. M :" -F.,rt!i.p::,l
t'ho. K- ' "'iv " s.'arii.iiig fro
(: ir ) Moi.'.l I -: a is i vt!'":ii"l ' ae
KW'. A nuv.li..! ft the houses weak
cned by pr' Viou:' shot I,. s have fallen,,
but then! have b".u no faialit i" -'. as
th" poruihiee of th" city and courtly-1
Rkb Is campeil la the opett. ',
Co',' i .
i ,1u i
i- ' the
,1 i ll'V
1 i t r ii t
ib. r .
1 1: ' I I 'Vui'lCi'd
1, V; l-.pl'l'.' I idh't.'tl
, 1 I - J:''- I'iee'1 'Ip'Tf-
r . ' culprit. i"id for
. : i: ."I cb ii'ciicy in
: 1 1
in in Prills, nt. which fyP i:i i'. -i -l
t 1 on utibzin:.' in her e.'-:: v. . v
iin t.H ami condi' io.'is :n ! " F. t I-'te
that matle t Is - wi:l: i-:-. r. '!..':. ui:.". -i
( id from that t l.v v.lvi" iu I ' s.d .t
glso appear as ; lookhohlers.
w ant result:'
Utah "Cattle Queen" Die6. 1 f"
Salt Lake Cry, Ftah, May lc, Mr 4. : r
Eiiziibi th )!(!. r etnart, know n thro ; .1. '
out the We:a as the cattle sic! t-lc ;. : '
qui I'll r f Fiji'i, b: Jend at In r 1' 'i " '
here. Mrs. P.ui.i.i mart came to Ft .h : F
from Scotland Pi ISO:., wheti Jo w-ii" ' y'
obi. and has miuio a fonuao tutnpuied I
Vlr Down Creed Change,
.'i . "v City. Ok , May n.
. t Ivtlist, will ( tuit iniie to
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