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MANNII5 n. HUCKEDT
Tbe spit hall and the high tall Kill
t rlvnl In the public mind Ibis sum
mer. Pulld your, own monument Do not
strive to compel your fcHow-cltlions
to build It for you.
A iiallne solution may brim th
dead to life, but has no effect on
those politically dead.
King Edward In no longer abl to
set the pace, but he has a store of In
If, as Mark Twain contends, clothes
are royalty. It li eusy to tea why
some women are queens.
When lovely woman wields the ham
mer, she sometimes bit the call on
the bead the thumb nail.
Andrew Carnegie now says he has
r.o Intention of dying poor. Has the
needle's eye lost Its terrors?
There may be 73,000 germs In a dol
lar bin, but we prefer to count the
bills and estimate the perms.
If a man can't Ret enough trouble to
suit him any other way, he ran always
try to raise a vegetable garden.
It would be a decided relief to find
some man cleaning up 1.80 In a stock
deal Instead of making $1,000,000.
A California professor has found an
Ichthyosourus. Why didn't he ret on
the water wagon as It was driven by?
A Baltimore scientist has discover
ed that Adam bad thirteen ribs. No
wonder he was willing to part with
It's a mighty poor sort of man who
hasn't a cure for grip: but under some
circumstances it Is well to encourage
As soon as the Jury learned that
Cassie was to write a book it hesitated
no longer and fixed the sentence at
At last the real yellow peril has
been discovered. An English doctor
has found that the grip germ comes
The Philadelphia Ledger says that
fame awaits the man who will give ns
a national song. What's the matter
Cassle Chadwick says that the loan
sharks made all the trouble. In the
words of the trarspontlne melodrama.
"Alone they done It!"
In New York a mother and her
daughter have hypnotized each other
speechless. That beats all records In
mutual admiration societies.
Mr. Carnegie says wealth Is not so
much after all. However, It may be
easier for a man In Carnegie's position
to take this philosophical view.
A recently Invented machine. It Is
said, will turn out 10,000.000 matches
a day; but nobody will ever be able
to find a match when be wants it, all
The human heart la said to beat
? 2.100 times a day. Hard to believe
that there's any such activity In the
Immediate vicinity of Russell Sage's
A Pennsylvania city council will
from now on open Ita meetings with
prayer. It will no doubt continue to
open the town treasury In the old
If the existing portraits and statues
of Mother Ere may be regarded as
even approximately accurate the poor
woman's waist must have been fright
fully out of fashion.
Tour cents was recently added to
the Vnlted Plates conscience fund
One rent more, and the aforesaid sum
would doubtless have gone to swell
some brewer's bankroll.
The Puke of Manchester w as lost for
ten days In Mexico. A strarg feature
of the case was that people thought
seriously of forming searching parties
for the purpose of gulag out and find
Prof. Samuel Wllliston saya tbe
earth I.CoO.OoO years hence will be
given over entirely to birds. Hence
the antl-Audolwm milliners are seen
to be only tsklug their revenge for
One of the medical papers has a long
article on tbe subject, "How Colds Are
Caught," but It doesn't flit the long
felt want. It's easy enough to catch
colds. What people want to know Is
how to get rid of tbem.
It Is a remarkable fact that when
children are born on rail ay trains it
Is almost Invariably a rase of twlna.
Let the scientists turn their attention
from the spots on the sun, for awhile,
and explain this more Important mys
tery to us.
The New Jersey Justice of tbe peace
who tartly ruled that a woman's
tongue Is a concealed weapon, within
the meaning of tbe law. was promptly
overruled by a higher court. Of
course! The mean thing! lie ought
(o ts ashamed)
TO MEET JAPS
RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE FLEETS
DRAWING CLOSE TOGETHER.
THE RUSSIANS HAYE 47 SHIPS
The Result of the War Hlnas Upon
This Battle and Russian
Ships are in Two
PINOAPORB, STRAITS 8ETT1.K
MRNT. -The Russian Second Pacific
squanion (Haltlc fleet) which steamed
past Singapore Saturday afternoon,
disappeared upon the northeastern
horizon at B o'clock. Iilark Miioke waa
pouring from the funnels of the ves
sels. They parsed seven miles out
The fleet consisted of six battle ship
nltte cruisers, eight torpedo boat de
slxteen colliers, one salvage ship, one
stroyers, three volunteer fleet vetsels,
hospital ship and three Haraburg
The Russian fleet appeared to be
steaming directly toward the Japanese
fleet, which cannot be more than 250
miles away. It may be much closer.
Singapore U hourly awaiting the news
that the battle Is on.
The Russian vessels bore evidence of
the effects of their long sea voyag'e
and at the water line showed seaweed
a foot long. The squadron was led by
a large cruiser, followed by three con
verted former Hamburg American
line vessels. Then came the cruisers.
colliers, battle ships, etc. The colliers
were mostly in the center of the fleet.
The decks of the warships wera coal
laden, while the colliers and the former
Hamburg A Bier loan liners were light
Tbe vessel are burning soft coal and
a tremendous smoke Is visible for
miles. Gangways were not lowered
and no one was permitted on board tbe
vessels. No news was vouchsafed
Artillerymen and submarine miners
were kept at their posts all day, mann
ing the guns and mines.
LONDON. Naval and diplomatic
circles are Intensely Interested In the
moral certainly of a great naval bat
tle within two or three days between
the Japanese admiraj. Togo, and the
Russian admiral, RoJjestvenky. Ro
jestvensky is to fight without a base.
If all the experts who have been watch
ing his correspondence with 6hort
authorities have not been deceived.
and It la therefore, so far aa the Rus
sians are concerned, to be a fight to
the botton of tbe sea or the defeat of
The opinion is unanimous on the
pohit that Rojestvensky must get the
best of the first day's fight. If he
does not he w ill be put on the defen
sive and must retreat and that would
end the war. The other unanimous
opinion is that Russia, having been so
often warned of the plans of the Japan
ese, feels confident that Rojestvensky's
not beleve It Is inviting another and
an irreparable disaster.
WASHINGTON. That a tremen
dous naval battle Is at band Is the be
lief of this govehment. which hope
tbst which ever side wins tbe end of
the war will become Imminent.
Rear Admiral Charles J. Train, commander-in-chief
of tbe Asiatic fleet,
baa been notified that he la relied upon
to preserve the neutrality of the Phil
ippines In the naval operations ex
pected between tbe belligerents. It Is
thought probably that he may have
sent some wanhlp to patrol the w aters
of the southern portion of the arch
ipelago. It l after the battle has been
fought and decided that Philippine
porta may become Internationally Im
portant. It will be remembered that
when the Russian ships rsn out of
Port Arthur last summer they did not
close with the Japanese, but ran for
The Vnlted States already has de
rided what to do In similar events In
the Philippines. The crippled war
ships will be obliged to leave port
with such repairs as are possible In
twenty four hours or else they will
have to dismantle and iutern until the
end of the war.
SINf.APORKT The most Im
portant fighting vessels of Vice Ad
miral Rojestvensky second Pacific
squadron (llaltlc 8-a fleet) have not
passed here and their whereabouts
are unknow. These vessels Include the
battle ships Knlai Houvaroff. Alexand
er It. Ilorodlno and Orel, with tbelr
complement of cruisers, torpedo boat
dwstroyers, colliers and transports. It
Is evident that tbe squadron under
Hear Admiral Rojestvensky Is divided.
The flegiiilp. the Knlai Houvsroff, is
eo doubt lesdltig the other division
and may appear here at any time.
Russia Gets Wyoming Horass.
CHEYENNE, WVO The Russian
government Is purchasing fiO.Ono range
horses fur the use of Us cavalry from
ranchers of this state. The general
rendesvous of the animals brought
Is Moorcraft. where already several
thousanda are herded. Tbey are to
be shipped to tbe Atlantic seaboard
and tbence to St. Petersburg.
Her Name Should he Maud.
Nl'W YORK. Annie pierce, who
aays she Is a "perfect Udy," bad an
exciting time tbe other day kicking
men In the face In front of th
Raines hotel. She also kicked In two
plate glass windows lu the front of
Boats en the Arkansas.
MUSKOGEE, I. T. The Arkansas
liver transportation convention met
here with 200 deli-gates In attendance.
A permanent organization waa effected.
FOR MORE WAR.
The Russian Officials Are Dtttrmlnsd
PARIS. Robert 8. McCoimlrk,
newly n p mI tt r,l American anilisi-sn
dor to Prance, who has Just, arrived
here from St. Petersburg, says be Is
surprised at the report that t)ier
vn a desire to conclude peace at any
prlci manifested In official circles
According to Mr. McCormlrk, no such
desire exists In St. Petersburg.
"On the contrary," he said, "In of
ficial circles there la a general de
sire to continue the war to the bitter
end, and there are great hopes that
Admiral Rojestvensky will meet the
Japanese fleet and gain a victory,
which may change the entire aspect
of the war. All the hope, of llusula
ure now centered In that fleet and Its
encounter with tbe Japanese squadron
la looked forward to with confidence.
Reports of American Intervention lo
the matter are without the slightest
ST. rETERSBl'RUs The war min
ister. General Sakaroff, In an Inter
view, says that the reports of Russia's
countermanding orderB of war mater
ial abroad are baseless and grow out
of the declination of foreign offers
with which the war office and the ad
mtrallty have been swamped. He In
sists that there bns been no relaxa
tion In the preparation to continue the
war. but he says there will be no new
mobilization at present. He explains
that 140.000 troops of the last mobill
r at Ion have already started for the
front and that Instead of mobilizing
new troops these will be followed by
a portion of this year's conscripts.
General Sakaroff denied emphatic
ally that he ever Intrigued agalntt
General Kuropatkln. He affirms that
he gave Kuropatkln the most loyal
support At tbe same time. In dis
cussing the battle of Mukden. Sakaroff
declared the men and material of the
Russian army were equal to those of
the Japanese. This forced the reluc
tant conclusion that the Japanese gen
eralship was superior to the Russian.
ATTEMPTED TO KLlL HOCH.
The Kansas Governor in Danger from
TOPEKA. An Insane man, who
gives his name as J. Everest Worth
Ington, whose former place or resi
dence the police have been unable to
learn, was captured Monday afternoon
within a block of the statehouse, where
he said he was going to kill Governor
Hoch. The man waa unarmed, but Is
of a powerful build and undoubtedly
would have handled the chief execu
tive roughly had he not been Intercept
ed. Tbe news of the capture was with
held by the police until to-day.
Worthington la now In the county
jail and will be sent to an asylum.
All communication with him Is held
by meant of written questions and
answers, as he pretends to be deaf
and dumb. In answer to a question
In regard to what his purpose was
with the governor Worthington said:
"I was Inspired by Pyros, the god of
fire, to come here and kill Governor
Hoch. I have sworn eternal vengeance
against all statenien who pretend that
they are self made men. If It hadn't
been for this officer who captured me.
Governor Hoch would have been no
more, for I wai on my way to the cap
Itol to kill him when I was arrested.
One who has rl'en from obscurity to
a high place Is the worst enemy of the
He was arrested by C. D. Mller. the
officer of the Juvenile court, whose
attention was attracted by the peculiar
action of the man.
JAP TROOPS MOVING.
A Large Number Disappeared Into
HARniN. HrtarhmeuU of Russian
cavalry are actively rveonnolterlng
the Japanese flanks and even the
rear. One of them has penetrated
the village of Krdshltile. where it waa
brought to a stop by Japanese Intrench
mcnta. Ilefore retreating, however. It
Is said to have succeeded In cutting
the railroad and burning the depot
and stores. Tbe detachment brought
news that two weeks ago a mixed
Jaanes division of lO.Ooo men with
artillery left the Japanese rear and
disappeared Into Mongolia and was
followed a few days ago by another
delm hlliellt of C.OOO lllell, Tiles
troops are expected to appear In tbe
region of I to. u i. which, unfortunately.
Is connected with the base by only
poor roads. Klrln la la the same
plight and the loss of thn narrow
gauge rolling stock abandoned at
Mukden Is e-clally felt.
A GIRL A HERO.
Savad Man From Drowning and Gsts
IK8 MOINES. IA. Pur her hero
ism In saving a companion skater from
drowning last wiuter, MUs I-avlna
Hlctle, la In receipt of a Carnigla med
al for her bravery. George Hill, a
Iturlington young man with whom Miss
BUrele waa skating, broke through tbe
be and went down In twelve fuet of
freethig water. His companion, after
a struggle In which her own life was
In perrll, dragged him to safety.
Made One Good Indian.
NEWKIRK, OK Eighteen Indict.
merits bave been returned by tbe grand
Jury. Including a Federal Indictment
against Are Bweetcorn. a Sioux Indian,
for the murder of William Iron Tbund
e rat Ponca City aeveral days ago.
tiwevlcoru was held without bond.
Professor Kills Himsslf.
VIENNA. Dr. Richard llelnxet,
professor of philology In the university
here, committed suicide by shooting.
The professor's action la attributed I
A HARD SHOCK
ONfi HALF OF THE WORLD SHOOK
FROM THE EFFECT.
EARTHQUAKE VERY DESTRUCTIVE
Further Accounts of the Grsat
Losata Will Probably Make
It the Worst In
CAUTTTA. IN W A. The great
earthquake which caused devastation
In India seems to have been half world
wide In Its sweep. The extent of the
disaster In Asia can only be conjectur
ed but the conjecture becomes alarm
ing when It It-learned that all tele
graphic communication with Russia
and the Chlness Turkestan haa been
severed since Tuesday.
The violence of the shock made It
self felt In Europe, for a eeimoetrr
at Gottingln. Gernany. registered to
the extent of a millimeter. The earth
quake shocks were also experienced.
In West India Islands of St. Christ
opher, Dominica and Antigua and at
Point a litre, Guadeloupe, and an ex
amination of the crater of Mount Telee
shows the steam rising in greater
abundance than at any time since the
great eruption of 1902.
LAHOSE, India. Foul hundred
and seventy men of Gurkha regiments
were buried alive as a result of the
earthquake at all the hill station of
Dharmsaia, according to the latest
Information from that place. The re
port adds that It Is Impossible to res
cue the entombed men. The greatest
difflcullty Is experienced In procuring
news from imarmsala. The telegraph
staff at the station there was pract
ically wiped out and a temporary of
fice has been opened thirteen miles
from the town, but the facilities are
scantv. Tbe Kangra valley is believed
to have been devastated, and It U re
ported that the town of Kangra was
reduced to ruins with great loss of life.
No confirmation of the report is ob
tainable as the telegraph station at
Kangra is wrecked.
A private telegram received here
says the whole town or raiampur,
which contains about 5.000 inhabit
ants, haa been leveled to the ground,
and that not a single building Is left
standing. This announcement baa
not been confirmed.
JAPANESE MOVING TROOPS.
They Are Covering a Long Distance
to Reach Vladivostok.
GCNS11U PASS. MANCHlRIA
Tbe skirmishing betwee n the Russians
and Japaneso advancing army con
tinues. General Mislrbeuko la In
Close touch with the Japanese.
Native reporti., w Ulch may be taken
for what they are worth, state that tho
Japanese are leaving before the
Russian from only a screen capable
with the help of the Mukden and
Tie pass fortifications and garrisons,
of holding In check General Lliievttch
and are transferring the bulk of
their five armies to Vladlvostow and by
means of wido movement tbmigh Mn
gollv to Tsl.slhar. Conxlderlng the j
great distance Involed the plan appears
too bold and almost Impracticable;
but Japanese Intoxication fro- con
tinued success, bold initiative and
determined perseverance must be re
garded. Tbe situation affords an
opportunity for the Russian cavalry,
which '.bus far hss played an Insign
ificant role, to distinguish Itself ty
ascertaining the Japaneso Inteulions.
Ambassador Conger Will Return Be
fore Going to Mexico.
PEK1N Edwin II. Confer, who has
vacated tbe post of A rue r lean minister
to China, upon his appointment as
ambassador to Mexico. I 'ft for Amer
ica ti-dr. Representatives of all the
foreign legst'ons assembled at tbe rail
road station to bid him farewell. The
pproarh to tbe station was lined with
Makes a Good Showing.
CHICAGO. ILL Tbe Construction
News says: "It Is doubtful if building
baa ever shown the activity that now
prevails all oor tbe country, lhirlng
March permits were tnkcu out In twen
ty tight of the rrtnripal cttlea of tbe
country for the construction of 12.S0&
buildings. Involving a t"til cost ol
15, 1C0, 744. an Incrtase of CH per cent
over the rorrespoudiug month a year
Leitsr not to Blame.
ZEKil.KU, ILL Tbe coroncr'a Jury
In Its verdict holds that tbe fort threw
men who lost their lives In the I-ellrr
roal mines Monday were killed by
after-damp due to an explosion ot
powder caused by persons unknown.
Hotel Firs not Fatal.
UUFFAIX), N. Y.-Flre which broke
out In the basement of the White
Elephant restaurant on Main street,
spread to tbe upper floors occupied by
the Itienrl hotel.
Senator Piatt III.
WASHINGTON, CONN. Vnlted
States Senator Orvllle II. Piatt la ill
at his summer residence here from an
attack of bronchial pneumonia. Tbe
patient's condition was reported to
show marked improvement Wednesday
A First Settlor Gone.
WOODWARD, OK. John McGrath,
the postmaster here, died at his home
Tuesday evening after an Illness of
over a mouth. He was one of tbe first
(.tiers of Wood sard county.
NO DANOCR OF FLOOD.
Rivera at Normal Stags and Llttlt
Snow In the North,
WASHINGTON. II. C. Prsnken
field, foret ter of tho weather bureau,
who has charge of all Matters nf
mining to floods, believes there will
be no flood at Kansas Ctty this year
unless there cornea a proti acted per
lod of heavy rains. He said:
"Present Indications point to n
flocd of any consequence In Mlnsourl
this year. There la very little snow
In the North and tbe rivers are at
normal stages. Tho only conditions
that would Induce floods now would
result from a period of rains In tbe
upper Mississippi and lower Missouri
watershed Including the Kaw river.
While thia may happen at any time
Ix fore July 1, It must be remembered
that we rarely have destructive floods
at Intervale of only ono or two years.
Thla Is not a forecast, simply an ex
pression of opinion but decidely, there
Is nothing at present to Indicate a
flood at Kansaa City."
TO OPEN THE EXPOSITION.
The President Will Start a Chime of
PORTLAND. ORE. With twt
months still remaining before the
opening day, plans have already been
made by the management of the Lewis
and Clark exposition for the opening
ceremonies. The most prominent
men of the United States, from Presi
dent Roosevelt down, will take part
In the ceremonies.
Tbe part which President Roosevelt
will take in tho exercises will lt
unique In exposition history. Sitting
at his desk In the white house the
president will, at 3 o'clock In the af
ternoon of June 1, press a button
which will set In motion the Immense
chimes In the towers of the Govern
Oil Men Make Favorable Report en
CHANUTE, KAN. The executive
committee which it working on plans
for the fuel oil pipe line, etc., met
here recently. A report was adopted
which says there Is a market for
more than 30,000 barrels of fuel oil
dally in the middle West and that
thia market can be reached by the
Kansas producer and his oil void at
a profit ever In competition with coal
at the rate of $1.40 a ton.
Tbe reort recommends the consoli
dation of all the properties In the field
on an agreed basis of value per barrel
of production and recomends the ap
pointment of nine appraisers who shal.'
pass on all properties la the compuny
May Looae Thtir Lease Contracts by
WASHINGTON. Cattlemen who
hold grailng leases in th Osagn
country are sending to tho Interior
department vigorous protests against
tho quarantine refutation adopted by
the Agricultural department, which
mako compulsory the dipping of rattle
shipped from Texas and ludlao terri
tory points in that country. Some of
the leasees threaten to surrender their
leases If the objectionable regulations
ar not revoked. The objwtion to
tbe dipping Is basest partly upm the
expense Involved, but chiefly upon the
contention that It results ia great in
jury to the stock.
THE CAUCASIANS UNRULY.
They are Destroying Public Buildings
Aftsr Looting Thsm.
ST. PKTUtSHlRil Official ad
vices report continue! disorders In the
Caucasus. Within the last week peas
ants have looted and burned public
offices in many villages In the Gore
district, attacked scuools and private
estates, cutting down trees and threat
ening to kill tbe police If they Inter
ferred and forced priests to go with
them and take the oath of solidarity
with their cause. Similar, but less
serious, disorders are reported in tbe
TOTAL LOSS OF 107,000.
The Battle of Mukdsn Returns Show
HARWN.--Complete returns recei
ved at headquarters give the toal Rus
sian losses la killed, wounded and prU
oners at the battle of Mukden aa 107.
ooo. The won tilled are being taken
away from tit-re over the (Siberian
railroad as rapidly aa possible in order
to free the hospitals preparitory lo a
renewal of tbe fighting. Ily General
Unrvltch's order the bands play dally
al all tbe Rusilan positions.
CHICAGO HAS NEW MAYOR.
Judge Dunne Will Assume Hia Duties
on April 10th.
CHICAGO. Judge Edward F. Ihinne,
mayor-elect of Chicago, began prep
arations Wednesday to leave tbe
bench. He will assume bis new duties
April 10. IHiune's pluarllty la 24.0CL
Other pluralities are: For city treasu
rer, llliK'ki, Democratis, 1J.7CK; for
city clerk, Anson, lM-moors tic, 24.233.
A Little Bit Toe Big.
KANSAS CITY. MO. A hog weigh
lng sSO pounds arrived at the stock
yards the other day In a consignment
The hog waa not sold because moat of
the packers declined to bid, saying that
the animal waa too large to pass
through the packing house machinery
The animal Is of tbe Duroc Jersvy
Standard Sues by Chicago,
CHICAGO. The city baa brought
tuit fur HO. 000 against the Standard
Tho Wonderful Growth of
Is due to Its
Used In Millions of Homes
Houston Post: "Are dogs good eat
ing, papa?" "No. son. they are bad
eating; don't ever twist a dogs tail
when be 1 at dinner.
Talking machines Victor and rvtt-
srm are the best: cash er M"1'. SI
ly. Write to-day. JENkiaS MUSIC
CO., KAftSAS CITY, M0. SO.OuO records la
StOuK, JbenUon tiu paper.
A strong, unsweetened lemonade ta
ken before breakfast will prevent aad
cure bilious attack.
HO TONGUE CAN TELL
Hew I Suffered with Itching and
Bleeding Eciema Until Cured
"Nov tongne can tell bow I tnffered
for five year with a terribly painful,
itching, and bleedtug eciema, my
body and fce being covered wish
sores. Never In my life did I eipv-l-euce
such awful suffering, and I
longed for death, which 1 fell was
near. I had tried doctors and medi
cines without success, but my molber
Insisted thst I try Cuticura. I felt
better after the first btth with Cuti
cura Soap and one application of Cuti
cura Ointment, and was so entirely
well. (Signed) Mr. A. Elsoo, Evlle-
In order to reahr.ee the fu'il value if
some things tbey should be welt In
sured. firflal Attivitw
Is shown without anv disagreeable
sfter effects. If Dr. Caldwell s tlaia
tlvel Syrup Pepsin, In going to the
seat of your trouble, when yon are a
victim of Constipation. lUilousnesa,
Headache, Indigestion. liKsmess. etc.
It gently but firmly drives out the
poisons that are causing your Illness,
and braces no all your Internal organs
to do their proper work. Try IL Skid
fey ail druggists at boe and liw.
Money hark if It faua.
At least uutll grass makes a start to
grow it Is usually best to feed the poul
try regularly three times a day.
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Hawdiist on tbe floor t tbe hen
house will keep tbe biddies' feet warm
and Induce erg production.
Every housekeeper should know
that If lhy will buy Deflate Cold
Water fclarrh tor laundry us they
will save not only lime, becaus It
never sticks lo th Iroa. but bsraus
each package contains It oa. on full
pound wnii sit other Cold Water
fctarrhes ar put up ia V pound pack
ages, and th prtc is tb asm. 19
rents. Tbsa agala becsus IVIisnc
Starch ! frv from all Injurious rbem
Icaia. If your grocer trie to ll you
a Hot. packag It I becaus b baa
a stock on band which b wish to
dlspos of befur h puts In Defiance.
H know that Dcfisoc tilarch baa
printed on vry packag to large let
ters and figures "16 oss " Demand D
fianc and aav much dm and money
and th anuoyaur of th iron stick
ing. Defiance bt aitrka
Chroute bargain hunters soon begin
to tak on a shop-worn look.
Puck: Plnnegan Ob. yls. Ol, cas
understhand how thlm astronomers
can calkilate th' distance av a shtarr.
Its weight, dlnlsty and color and all
thot but th' tiling tbot gets me Is,
how th dlvvle do they know its name.
Maw Hoptoad Tbem actor la a
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