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HAFTS SAVED 28
A PART OP VELENCIA'S PA8SEN.
CER3 AND CREW Art2 RESCUED.
OTHERS MAY YET BE SAVED
Number Mining From Wrecktd Steam
, er It Now Some May Ce
Ashore--Osttie in Waves.
chiness v.ir v,n. roosevclt.
Tho Miesiod Presented Formally t
Ihe White House.
WASrilNulON. Clilna" Itnjierl.il
commiaalon. to ih-s Lotted St3tt-
to study A'lX'ili'nn conditions sk
educational and indiiHt rial ha been
received foi i),.ill- by President Ho-ik
Vent at the White house. Tlie commie
sinners, accompanied hy Fir. ChcntunJi
I .In Ojr Chins', tlx? Ciilneee minister to
Washington, ami other, was formally
pi trrnted to President Koosevelt bv
Kecreiiity Root. Hal Hunt? CI. I ad
dn ssed tl)" Prcrsldr-iit end presented
to lilni on autograph Idler Lain the
erspcror tf China.
BLAME ON SHIPPERS
WASHINGTON. Hepburn of Iowa,
chairman it the house committee on
interstate and foreign commerce, to
day presented In the house the Hep
burn railroad rate MM with the com
mittee and house report urging Its pa
saee. The report ka?s ' KoiTlethln''1ia
been borrowed from nearly... ail the
till Introduced on the subject Bnd
muny ff the feaiitre of the EacU
FViwnsend bi:f have own preserved.
The "law of today." sy the rejiort.
"would be fairly satisfactory to all
shippers If the spirit of fairness re
quired of It, had controlled the conduct
of the carriers, and the necessity for
the proposed legislation Is the result
and made necessary by the conduct of
parties who are now moat clamorous
against the additional restraint-". ,
SHORT MISSOURI ITEMS
SEATTLE. The :omer Topeka
Jjbs picked up a second raft contain
ing ten survivors of the wrecked
The first raft was picked tip three
miles from Caps lJeale Wednesday
afternoon, ft held elhtefn terribly
cnhauated survivors from the wrecked
The survivors were taken aboard
t'.ie Topi k a after a hard tattle with
the raging was and all will recover.
Tim Topeka was returning; In a vain
attempt to rescue thirty or more per
sons supposed to be still on the wreck
when rhe sighted a small raft badly
Starch for Another.
The rescued men reiorted that an
other raft Lft the Valencia early in
the morning and ths Topeka spent a
large part of the day searching- tho
eea for It, but found no traces, and
toncludede that all on board were lost.
This was the raft found later.
The discovery of tho two rafts
brings the Ilt of known dead down to
It Is poslhle that some of the sur
vivors were warshed ashore, but no
reports of any survivors, other than
the 15 who esca-d Tuesday, and tlios-?
picked up by the Toj-ka had been
Anion? the persons on the raft
found by the Topeka there were five
passenger, the others being mem
bers of the crew.
wnen tne vessel run nam upon ins ocean and the Pacific Business, the
rocks the pasenser rushed to the j management stated, will be startel
rail aud overcrowded the boats. The j net month. President Geoepe i. Who-
A BIG RETAIL
( NEW YORK. The new 10 million
J dollar drug trust Incorporated In New
j Jersey, la to ojin retail stores, it has
j been learned from inside source. In all
the larger cities between the Atlantic
davits of two broke about the same
time the lines were cut. and both
boats wer daxhed over the side of
the vessel and caplazed passcnircr
and crew .The crew uecveded In gett
ing sis passengers on board again.
The Invats when lout were mostly
fillet! with women and children. One
life raft was also lowered, but was
dashed to pieces.
After this four Imatt succeeded In
fretting away from the sMp. all fu'l
CLEVELAND OIL MEN
MAY NQT TESTIFY
CI.KVi:i.ANl. O Affy. On Had
of Missouri ha nrrlted hTe, and
tho lalkajrnf dijKlioris t:i the Stand
ard Oil suit has lues n.
The wtinesse to U examined are:
Frank Kockeffeler; H. W. lirnwn. V.
T. McKce; James Corrth-an: G. J.
Sfclgewald; C. W. KchofSeld: John
Teasle; Justus H. Niedlng; Iau!el
Phurmer and W. K. Judd.
K, I), fjlitirtner; T. W. McKee. . W. K
Jfudd and John Teazle bavo not jet
The depoBltlons at IhU hearin will
rrnctleaily rompb tt tectlmonr ned-e-d
by Hi. ley to prusvnt to Hi rpin
tntssloner appointed by Missouri's su
pjeme c.urt last year.
Revetal of the oil men who bave
Iwen sutipJwiiBid to rive testimony
Itere hsve been out of thp city since
the news wss received of the Inrffti
gallon. Coinmlssintir flchwentner. however,
bat stated tunt h has ample authority
V.nder th law to comiiel all thoe
are wphln service to appear tvefore
htm and etmwer such juentlons as
are 'i i. I'd
Others who have nt taken the trou
t.le to get away from the city are little
Inclined to tell the commissioner hal
they know, and a repetition of the
New York trouble may be seen here.
They fear to antagonize the Stand
ard Oil company.
Ian of the Vt.tted Cigar Stores com
pany, w no org.nlod tUe system under
whicn the teuill tobacou trust does its
buBiness throimhout the country, is
the prime mover In tht? drug- trust.
HEARST BACK FROM MEXICO.
Will Be In His Seat When the Rate
Regulation Bill le Up.
FX PASO. TKX. Representative W
Ft. Hearst and family returned here
afler their trip through Mexico. From
here Mr. Heamt wll go first to Cal
ifornia and then dirert to Washington,
lie stated that be will ba in hi seat
when the debate on railroad rate re
gulation opens in Congress. Mr.
Henrst denounced the proposed Joint
statehood uieafure unjuet and io!it
ical one -itn jiy intended to ketp
down Western representation.
Russian Is Quirttlng.
RT. ri'TFURniTiO Ofrielal circles
announce that the whole Russian em
pire I quite, with the eiceptlon of
the Italtlc provinces and the Caucasus.
Count Wltte affirms that the revolu
tlonary mint tins been dissipated and
epect prompt conctuxlon of the
foreign hwm J'ollowlrg the placing
of the bwui, Wiiie looks forward to a
deUuito era of calsu and iMact).
gixtcsn Minsre Entombed.
POT EAT. I. T News has b.n re
ceived here of an explosion In a mine
at WtitevlMo, a mining village three
rnlles from bere. in which sixteen
miners arc ctitomlx-d.
Statehood Pastes House.
V.'Af. 11NGTON Fty a ot. (f 194
ayes to l.'iO nays the statvhixvl bill
ba puso d the House.
AtinCIRAS The duke of Almod
ovar, Spain's delegate to the Moroc
can conference and preMctit of the
aetnhly, held a levee In honor of
King Alfonso's name day. There was
tut session of the congress.
Ststet-'ood To The 8enate.
WASHINGTON. The Senate eoov
lull'. . i on tcitlioili a bus agreed to re
Jiirt favorably the matt-hood bill as
passed by the House.. 8oum minor
en. i tiiluii tits lum bet u tiuide to the
Inher.tance Tea fl, 100.000.
CHICAGO The Hate of Illinois
will be, lodirectly, one of the large
beneficiaries of the will of Marshsli
Field, estimating the estate at only
$1.10, mm. i (i tho Inheritance tcx w ill
be ll.ooo.ooo. Vr collecting - this
sum County Treasurer Han berg will
be entitled to a fee of liO.OiXl, wihle
CiMik county will be cuilvled to a pro
bate docket fee of fldd.OoO.
N Agreement Vet.
CHICAGO The cases of the beef
packers were continued (n the federal
eoiirt until Monday, The attorney
for loth sides are in conference try
ing to reach an agreeaient aa to the
farts so the Jury nmy be discharge!
The liilnts of law involved 111 be set
tled by the court.
An Australian Bush Fire Ki!' Fifteen.
l.A)Nta"iX. Tho Melixiurnn corres
pondent uf the Iotubn Hally Cbnnb
cle says: Itush fires are raging
throughout Ictnrla and great tre
tcbesof country bate been devastated
A wall of re H" feet blsh which w as
drlten by a gale passed with appalling
aalftnea over Mount Fatlguo, killing
at least fifteen persona.
Cuestt In Philadelphia.
rint.Ai'Ki.niiA. .us aiiih
Itoosetelt and Congressman Nicholas
lxngworth. her finance, were guest
at a testimonial dinner tendered by
Isaac H. Clothier to Lloyd C. GrUoom,
of this city, recently appoiuted am
bassador to lra!L
Liberals Have 160.. .
iXi.NOON Election returns ahow
this atandUig of the parties with IS
const It utenta to be beard from: Liber
als. 30d; Conservatives, US; Nation
alists, fcJ; laUirltes, 61.
Ks:ser 47 Years Old.
ItERIJN. Kmporor William' 4Tth
birthday was celebrated witli the us
Bought a Peper,
LINCOLN. NLU.-C. li. n.lfjir. for
ineily trdltor of the St, Jvaeph listly
News, bas purchased the Liucoln Star.
Lo Angeiee Has a 'Sleeper."
LOS ANGELES. CAI, Mc!-I
lec!rt!!st are greatly putsibid over the
long sleep if Florence Parker of De'f
l.o.is, Mvint. who h l'tt'll aslcp
twelve day. l'h sicUus bate made
evrry ffort to arouse her, but all
their tffor. have been valu.
A New Hed For left a CeMtge.
M Alt SMALLTOWN, lA.-ll. T. IVan
at Iowa college at iiiiiui ll bts l 'n
rlected president f ttut Institution by
lie boaid f tnistet'. ,
I-niinr line a Jai k the I'eeper.
Columbia Is to have a Chautauqua.
Ashland has a inan seven feet tso
Hannibal Is to l.ave a hotel called
the Mark Twain.
Missouri has l21 Incorporated lnki
with total jesource of 32S.4s:,2?a.
Acwrdlng to the Liberty Tribune
that town needs either fewer people
or more bouses.
A Fayette woman paid a debt, of 15
ceuts the other day that has been out
standing for seven years.
Thomas Edward of Hevier claims
title to (.3 acres of land on Manhattan
Island, N. Y., valued at :;Su,uo0.0"u.
Harry Hendrlx. cdortd. the step
father of Filind Bome, the famous
pianist, died In Warrecaburg last
A Carrollton man smokes a pipe the
bow l of w hich Is so large that H keeps
him In smoking material an entire
Dog attacked a flock of over LCW
sheep in Audrain cbuuty recently, kill
ing and wounding 5 bead In one
The minimum fine for a plain drunk
in Hannibal is fixed by the police
Judge at 13. Ornaiiiental drunk come
By beginning now to "agitate" for a
new Union dejiot, Cameron boies, by
the lime It is as large as Kansas City
to bave one.
The Fremont Tribune wants the
price of et:s "Investigated." If it Is,
the fault o' the hens, the Tribune says,
they should be set right. '
Henry Dorman, probably the oldest
man in Southwest Missouri, recently
celebrated his 107th birthday anni
versary with a big dinner.
R. R. Howard, a young farmer who
lives about 16 miles northeast of Mex
loo, has an electric light plant com
plete in every detail on his farm.
The rolice Judge of Webb City has
ftcured up his official fees for lSa'S.
They t.veraged ICi cents a day. He
has abandoned bis projected European
News comes from Davles county
that the railroads are asking for re
bates. The Iiock Island asked the
county to refund I050.SH; of the road
Effort are under way to secure a
pardon for Charles Patterson, a Mia
wiurl newspaper man who shot Former
State Senator Martin In a political
Jack O'Brien. Macon, has been taken
to the penitentiary to serve two years
for stealing his own shoes from the
shop in whlrh be worked and ahlch
wa locked up.
A Paris man received the following
telegram last eek : "Isaiah lth
chapter. Cth vers." That" all there
was to it. but it contained a'd the in
A deputy game wxrden In Spring
field arrested a chorus girl for wear
Ing feathers la her hut contrary to
the game law. The prosecutor dis
missed the case.
Charles I Mi k w as killed and Jopeph
DeFay sustained a broken arm by a
large lcle falling Into the shaft of the
Jupiter mine at Ouenweg. east of Jop-
lln. tbe other day.
The body of a white girl baby was
fouud In the street in Kltksvlll'i one
morning bt week. It wait froten
stiff and no doubt hud been abandoned
by its unnatural mother.
Tbe following from the Peoria j
Transcript Is tielng transcribed by the
Yoa have reached New Yolk, Mis
souri, you have wnd-r-d down
Where tbe fates of lands are moulded,
where the wolves of business
They will look with merry glance at
your sncient black cravat.
At your loose flung old Prlnc Altrt
and your wide brimmed Southern
And they'll shout In laueblng accents:
"Say. old fellow, please skbidoo;
If the System's swallowed other.
Lord' what will It do to you?"
Ye, you'll fluht 'em single banded:
fiht the whole durned crowd
flut we'll hank on you, Missouri; Jut
you stay there and be shown.
Here's our heart and hand. Missouri;
Just you stay there in the fU:ht
lA-t 'em rage and roar and threaten;
let 'em laugh and let 'em bite.
Just you Veep on asking questions.
thon;h In antcer they may ror:
Just vow Veen on asklnir question
with your lck acatnst the door.
For the nation stands behind you with
a kcvti and anxious look.
Writing down the surly answer In a
little dMimday book
Keep tut asking them, Mlseourl, la a
way thai' all vmir own.
And the woild w;!l sure jour glory
when at last ou have tn-en shown
A "cts.n" hitit in Putnam county r
t ulted In a serious shooting scrape l.w
wk The nn'U got Into trouble ovei
their digs The "coon" got away.
Mr. Marshall lUVer. Webster
Groves. U not satisfied with the way,
the sirc-ts bate ! n Improved. nJ !
has tndi tt sVi ti the Jon of bossing
various Improvement hr If, and alo
pitting for the ante.
Say a South Mtourl p'f. Who!
ihe editor wauls Is news, and we ai
going to s-ct it. t'. I we we,t
to'ir heiii In the matter. If wtr wtr
I'.'t y-oii with a ist.ir. let us know,
stid w win tiihke it risht with tUu
ii i in 1. 1.. ... .1111,11 m i. i. ii mi ii.m im !, urn m M.IIMI.
I Hi ..Kliiiii'ifJill
i i t? 'i! 1 hirU'it 1 !
1 l0ll I,'iUnii VAilii;
V , , J
This is to Certify, that Dr. KllrrerE arp-?G3t, th3
great Kidney, liver and fclalier rereiy, Is purely vegetable
aril floes not contain any calorel, rercury," crecscte, ncr
phinebpiura, strychnine , cocaine, nitrate potass (salt-ptre) ,
fcro'side potassiion, narcotic alkaloi;. ishlsicey, wine cr ar.y
harmful or habit producing drugs. Sxarp-Eoat iras fliscoYersl
through scientific; research and stulyfcyDr. Kilmer, tso grad
uated with honors and is no-ar actively engaged in the practice
of his profession, -hich calling he has successfully follCTei
cany years. State of Kew-York, County cf Ercczs, a
City cf Blnghaztcn,
Jonas U. Kilmer, senior renter of the fira cf Lr. Kilrer
& Co., of the. City of Bingha:ton, County cf Erccre, Etato of
l.evr YorK, he ing duly sworn, deposes "and say3 that the
guarantee 'of purity 'of Sararrp-Eoot , as descrited in tta
foregoing certificate, is in all'respects true."
Sutscribed and sworn to) JcWay &yjt'Z
before ne April 26. 1S93
fvVx Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Ijknr r?c--r4T.er,i-d fzt ewTtrg. Jwt S jn rar
kidrsey. liver cr Uadder trcuKe. It will t-e found just tba ?e.-ncd jmu need. Sar-Fj.it rrxs friends.
Cach bot'Je .contains the same standard d purity, strsr-ii arid ticeZr,cs.
You may hav a sample bcttle cf Siam-Root frtse by mail, if ycu tave cot a!reaiy had cr-.
vTien vrit'r.g lo Dr. KUrr.er &. Co., Bir.ghamtoa. K. Y-. t sure to ceLca r-ii.-.g ttia f;--?rnrcJ
offer la this paper.
i If you are already convinced tftat &vafrKoot u 'wT.at ycu neea. 773 caa Frae r-r
ffty-ce.it and one-ddiar sire bottles at dreg stores everywhere. Di't ma say tr.take. Kt rectrr.ber
the name Swatr.p-Roct. Dr. Kilmer's Swarr.p-Rcct. s.-5d the address. B'.-ighar-.tcc. K. ca ever bccJe.
P.UTNAM FADELESS DYES
tet. isxk. isstt knehtr t4 tavtsr ceien tl. im tftx hs 0a 10 ssrks evtart t IWr. TVa. i &i bt'W CM of-w t-. Tm tm e
at (arsimt vitSMl nssisc sssrL Kit bH tm o.i -io U Uy. -c -l i.ixcr MOMff Of 0ua C04 (MMMnMs, (tiSMarl
Men and women get alocir surpris
ingly well, considering how much tbo
men know about tbe women and how
much tte worntn sui.-ct about the
D'.kxl Atcblw-n Globe.
Important to MMIisit.
ExmnlDe cmrrtu'.'.j 1117 botii of CA.Tfn!l.
a sr sbd ur nmv&y for tiJs&ta a&d caudns
Sud m Ust tt.
PRICE. f 23 Cta,
' t n ...a-Jiui 3s S-.V
TO CITS TtE GRIP fi 0
jhfcsc vtun. rot wrotrx
r- i.a ft a r-w r. . t - r
13 CUARAKTIEO TO CCRE
CFJP.EJL3 CCLD,EU2iKlE 113 KUSllCJL
1 nv wll Asrs-S-9e v- -.-r .-.1
it. ,!- .t m a ntit ir ir iMt-rt t bs.
f. W. iMeasser. M. iii Lmji primp HUl, Mm.
W.A-GARDNER AGAIN PROMOTED
!a Cee Tor Owe 3 Xnn.
Xtm soul Yaa litu Juaei
General Manager cf tte IN otwestern
Is Made a Vice-President ''
S!6 AW ACRE
rtvx isoieima vot.
Mr. Ailer IWior, tbre's aotue-:
thing the matter with my tongue'. !
iDoctor My gixxlnes.! The wfcnle;
etad In bnrced off Yon tntiM have:
been patrouUli; a bot cboooUte -m '
. . i i
Patience; I'r'ril! say tlere' noth
ing wast.d in t bouiMs,
Part rice:' She' wror.g I saw ber
kissing ber Ht dog.
day of Ibe promotion cf General Man
ager "WilMatn A- Oardaer of tte Ci.i-'
capo A North wes;m rat'.rc:al to be;
a vice-president of tie r-4- Th is
another chapter in the teady rise el J5 Bu,hj. to Ac Will b tn
Mr. uarczier tscce te rrst eruerej tee;
Cj ndj is th
crop this year
A few song live forever, but the
mort of them are murdere-d by amstvur
Nervou Distortion of Face Cured by
Or. Witliama' Pin Pitt.
Wbat apjiear to be a al.ght nervous
attack may 1 tbe forvrnuoorof a trewre
disorder. No nervous sufferer should
ni'glect the warning nyuipVunt. bot
should sr tbt the starved nerves are
uounslied Kf are the iujury t the dsli
CHte orgnuisiH Las pmeUitii rtieut Hit
reiuiors a cure a d;51cult matter. Tbe
nerve. receive then uocrtUmei:t Ibtvc'h
tbe bKskl, tbe Mine aa every mber aut
of tli bsi v, and the U-l nerve tataic and
f.ssd is lr. WiDlsius' liuk IMI. The
ciperieiice of Mr. Harrr li.'iu:s, t j
Trntbvtlle, Washington duuty, N.Y., j
substeiiMataw this. j
1 had teeu feeling ld'y f a Vwf
time," fe4-a. Mr. Ik iuts, " and ku Iba j
ewi ly part of Septeu.lHtr, 1M. I wasctun-!
jvileil to quit w ork ou want of nij lU j
IhmlIiu. My tro-ubie m at Crsl ea- j
treme nervoasnrsa, tbi n tuv t-:!it bv-i
came a!ts-tt aud 1 ouisuitei au i-j'.it
stio said Issl u3itrui( frojti privtt. j
He lieat. -.1 n e for svuiie ttaie. but i g 1
iKikiifM, 1 tried another WuirRL
agHiu faiUxl . eUitui eaiv rv'.iff. Vyj
nerTiMisnes lncrvaarivl. S-l-sHt U.
Wviubt abu.nl ixake ine I4. My aiin'i; ;
v-vit so I C'U J isMtrv'v el and
one ete was '.!a-Iii s I ou!.i brt:y ,
We. 1 ba t Vvt.T bit.c u tf ley braUs
tu f.v. 1 vtas aliiil a tHe!ie wrtvW.-
" 1 am n'l ttsl't now and tu l wxsik. ;
That is ts-euw I t -i.ors mv Wifti'ss l :
v toe aud l..'k IH, Wili'tui' !iafc IM: '
Mi. bad o-i the stiu iemv!y hermit
w .'h the iietsl giwlift leg retuUs an 1 sti. .
leisoKie.I ttte so try thj sii H ap-'
Mivsl llritt the it. um-s n uiisMci I.J
L-'p M The a -led very urr' tu v
tw, u foi eaiuo lok iiti stuve ud
iu iiiiik t was eeui.'v wi-1! " '
IH Wtiosuu 1'it.V 1" i a' - 'Hu'l
rirugg'.sts i by mail t'V l!e (V ! .,(-. ;
Mfiu-ui t'," SLfiwis lii, S. 'i . A '
l a k ' t t I'Sl NiltU ii k. . I fjv
UU IVNJVU j
W. N. If, KANS A CITY, KvX .
ervlcce f tfcat road la li'i
Average Yield c? Wet.
Other changes bare lj tr!e;'
the vice rtvJJeots of tbe ;
T.. taesl ttat tit- rve vt wmt
is Israsm t.w v -t't. t.': Ukl
tika ...Va--( in. la u mli (fee trr
among toe vice rtvweBts of la ; , , . , . . a
road, who are now Ltur in nuUr. j la fMlM
and each fat charge c! a rvrU'-o de- J ...
rartment of (he sdn.lc'MrHn cr ,t aJ
. , . . at SAfci. tun , a
road a a C sirs. Accvw-dUig ta tbe s ate i
posted they are a fellow: It tram R.I tv 9t " Ontmj tU"
McCullmigh. is charge of frv;g: i r- j ITtL't'T-!? r" M
,e.r.ger tr!-c: Wlhai A. Gardner. rMWi w lis tvi wwee
la charge of Use c;eft:on aai main-, twwsta G.reet aj-1 s. o.t.-rj
tetsaac cf tbe ra'.way of the Mt j aa t w. m mn. tiyr Usmma
I'anj o? i: pp.'riet?y ri'.wiy.! itcu t
Marshall M Ktrkn-.an. tn crsrgi' cf ' 111
cecetpt and di.tiunM-eieats, and Jvdta t ti leil feiu.ea.
M WM'.man. In charge f Uvaiioo and j Karal L J.loe und:tlily How
cocs'ructH'B cf new ilr.KS i-Uiom we know w!st is best t r tt
wn-am A. Cardner was Uvi lo j Her I've ptu hlng nt tit la-
Gardner. Id, Msrctt S, t:-. time ur,u( t.:r..ivv Uw for s:tea
1STI fee bas fceid mar.y pJ '. wS
ifce road, uu'.il 1. M, ttn k
a po!rted geaerat tr.scager He
- a !lrect-r of tt Wfsiera Trust
and Savtrft tank, a rr?vit',;caa 13
tvap.tiia aod a lactr.tier of ti-e I'tlot
LcAgiKu, tt Caicago Athlet e. Ko
ton Covrtry. K-t stis'.a. tj'.a V.w.
i:d lUaifia r''-
tuoutha ilrsirt Lxgtie tut
"l sJvKild fcv Wts on tiiit train
watch plucued Into that o;-n swueS
y U s..si-t It k!ad Frv14iice. la 11.
Lsscrut.Me wis-ictu, Ca4 Cot AVeJ ta .
( coild not gvt a pa-ia."
lknn ta tte Cvitoa sad dep la tie
fboddy la vo!!ee asl co'.tfa la
&Awditet la ausJ$e and !le la tVe
Grutt Is t.e power atx.l gotcro tie
bole. W. L. Maui;o.
Ina st aa Getting It
B.'me ( r-. ,r sv ta' iWn be
rvf.anc ?trh. Tt's l t--ae
tv v e, t.k ea kusuJ at ut iur fcrmnO
rvtstaisi t.oljr u i tn a H1141.
tstUiLh tt) nt a at-1 to hU Ur.t.
t.vuM l!!i wotiina It ue. tr
tk s.ih ets-n.
. IV jcti wast It ca. ) cf tt ua.
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