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A Fashion Note
Mint colored limr Im all tlie -mni
Tim balladlaia will Min liave m-rm
Inspiring plaudits on I lie slag
Wllh "BJyer Thread Among llio
Thoughts for Sunday.
TIm only quiet thing aboat whisky
Tlie soft brwMi nf Ih spring
morning may In pleasant, hut II
mil Inrn the windmill.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1014.
Mrs. Eisman Guest at
Many Affaira '
Th arrival of Mr. Nathan F.lsman
of lioslon aeems to have k Just
th Impetus needed la atari tha o-lal
Lnal Sunday afternoon her mother,
Mra. Hildegerd Mrunsfeid, was at
home In Mra. F.lman's honor and th
many guest who railed that day
Rn evidence of lha visitor' popu
larlty. Hunday and Monday evening Mr.
Ivan Urunsfeld entertained at auc
tion for Mra. F.lsman. There were
four lablea each evening and both
affaira were delightful.
Two dlnnera. one Monday evening
at which Mra. Mux NorUhaua
hostess, the other Wednesday at the
Lou la llfeld home, were em-eptlonnlly
This afternoon the J. A. Weinman
home la fragrant with a prnfualon of
lovely aprlng flowers and Mra. Wain
man la receiving over aiity gueata In
honor of Mra. Nathan Klaman. F.epe
daily eluborate refreshments have
been prepared anl the alfnlr will be
long remembered because of Ha ele
gance and brilliance.
Those, assisting the hoateaa In the
drawing room are Mm. Nathan Kis
tnun, Mn. Iltldcgarde Urumfeld. Mra.
Mm Nonlhau and Mra. Fred Kent.
In the raceplion hall are Mra. Erneat
Hplls. Mra. D. H. Itoaenwald. Mra. Al
bert Hlern and Mra. Hen Jaffa; In the
living room, Mra. Harry Wilier, Mra.
M. U diem and Mra. Margaret Med
ler; and In the dining room, Mra.
Tvan Ortinsfeld. Mra. Beesje Jaffa,
Mra. (V L. llrooks. Mra. I.oula llfeld.
Miaa Klsie Kempenbh and Miaa
Th gueata are Mr. Nathan Kla
man, Mr. N. T. Ariuijo, Mra. Tom
lluhbell, Miaa Mary Arnold, Mra.
Isaac ttarth, Mra. . I,. Kreoke, Mra.
P. O. Cornish. Mr. T. M. Ianahy.
M"rs. Oito Dieckmann. Mra. K. tk
K.dsa-, Mra. M. W. rinurnoy, Mr.
Itildegarde Orunafeld. Mr. Ivan
(irunafeld. Mra. V. U. Hope. Miaa
Helen Hope. Mr. W. R. Hopewell.
Mra. T. Hucher. Mra. Frank Hubhell.
Mra. Arno llunlng. 'Mia. Fran Hu
ntng. Mra. H-rnard llfeld, Mr. NtM
llfeld, Mra. Louis llfeld, Mra. Resale
Jaffa, Mr ISennle Jaffa Mi Julia
and Ixiu lee. Mra. It. A. Maopherson.
Mr. A. J. Maloy. Mia llusel Maloy.
Mra. Margaret Medler. Mra. Joseph
Itrown. Mr. Max Nonlhau, M-.
Harry Owen. Mra. II. E. rtitney, Mr.
I. H. Ilnsenwald. Mra H. H. Iloaen
wuld. Mr. Iteithold .'pit. Mr. Kd
Wnrd Hplts. Mr. L'rnost Hptu, Mr.
AIIntI Htern. Mra. M. L. Htern. Mr.
W. R Htrlcklrr. Miaa Katherlne
Htrlikler. Mra. Harry Wellleer, Mr.
Hoi Welller. Mr. Charles White. Mr.
Frank Wllaon, Mr. W. W. Strong.
Mra. W. li. Hahn. Mra. Walter Con
nell, Mr. Louis Hunmg. Mr. J. K.
Hmlthers. Mr. John l-ee Clark, Mra.
C. II. Conner, Mra. John Elder. Mra.
Haul Harris. Mr. Fred Kenl. Mr. L
C. McElwsin, Mr. Frank Tooler,
Mr. Dave Welller, Mr. Molae llerg
man and Mra. O. N. Marrnn and Miaa
Woman Suffrage Meeting:
A great deal of Inlereat wua taken
thla week In the brief vlatl In Albu
nunro.ua of Mum Mabel Vernon of
Washington, D. C, who cam here
with lettera of introduction from Mia
Km Ferguaeon, daughter of Con
greaaman H. II. Ferguaeon.
Miaa Vernon la an organiser of a
congressional union for woman' suf
frage and la touring the weat In th
Inlereat of tho amendment now before
. Wednesday afternoon Mra. A. n
tilruup, 401 North Eleventh atreet.
Invited th officers of th Woman'
club and of tlie Tueaday club to meet
Mia Vernon, who gave them a very
It n (creating and Instructive talk on
During the meeting a resolution
was adopted railing upon the lower
house of rongreaa to pas favorably
upon the resolution which la before
It. While no definite atepa toward
organisation have been made here.
at. II it la quit probable ihut aome
definite recognition will be made of
Woman' Suffrage day. May 1 la th
day which haa been dedicated to
Woman a auffrag and It will be cele
brated throughout the L' nit id xtatea.
Mta Vernon left Wednesday eve
ning for ent Fe and from
there to Nevada, where alia will apend
aeveral mom ha in the Interest of
Woman's u It rase.
Mrs. II. P. Stamm Surprised
a numoer of neighbors of Mr. M.
P. Htanim met Monday afternoon at
ths heme of Mrs. I.nuis Whit. ti)
Houth Third at reel, end adjourned In
a body to the M. P. Ktum.n relilcn e.
lit eouth Kecond atreet, where ihuy
aucceeded In completely surprising
Mr. Mmm. Hewing and card wr
enjoyed and a delirious lunch, will' h
th guests had brought with them,
Veaivrday afternoon after th Wo
man's club mt-ajOng a number ot
ludiea Were Invited to the W. W.
Hi rung home on Park avenue, where
a rtclictnua and entirely appetlung
rlpaniah lunch served.
This affair wu In honor of Mra. W.
II. Halm of Loa Anaelca too la a
houne gueit of Mra. Huong.
Mrs, 1 1 ,1 tin hs been the guest of
honor at a numher of Informal teaa
By JEAN HUBBS.
and dlnnera thla week. Theae affair
were nulte amull and delightfully en
joyable. Birthday Party
Marian Orunafeld, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ivan Orunafeld. celebrated
her eleventh birthday Friday by hav
ing several of her friends In lo a de
In the evening the merry party ad
journed to the drea rehearsal of the
Hell Floto rlrcu. which waa a novel
and altogether delightful manner of
The gueata were Marrella Mateon,
Mildred llurrl. JuIIpI Fleischer, Car
rie Horner, Hrrtha Weinman, Junlta
Wright. Elisabeth Morrlsett. Father
H.irlan, Katherlne Warren, and Helen
Jolly Sewing Party
Mra. J. A. Itluiney, 0 North
Eighth atreet, gave a Jolly aewing
party Tuesday afternoon In honor nl
her atater. Mia Jane Coagruve of At
The guests were Miss June Cos
ove, Miss Eleanor Vaughry, Mis
Eleanor Marron, Mlaaea Murgaret and
Eugenia Keleher, Miaa Oruce Horro
dalle. Miaa Virginia Carr. Miaa Math
ewe. Mla Anna Iuy and Miaa Huael
Mrs. QUI Entertains
Mra. D. F. Olll, East Oold ave
nue, entertained at live hundred
Monday afternoon and Mr. D. II.
fame waa the fortunate winner of
the priae. a Japanese fruit bneket.
Th lunch, which w exceptionally
delicious, waa erved at l o'clock. A
color scheme of yellow and green
carried out In the refreshment add
ed to their attractlvenea.
Thla affair waa In the nature of
farewell party. Mr. and Mrs. Oltl
have sold their (harming bungalow
to Miaa Isabel Thorns of Joneaboro,
Ark., and will move to their ranch
acrnae the river next week.
The gtteau were Mra. Cieorge Htate
eon. Mrs. It. A. Ktatler. Mrs. John
Venuble, Mra. Charles l-owber, Mrs.
Fred I'anfleld. Mra. A. O. Corson,
Mrs. Mary Hlgglns. Mrs. IV II. earns,
Mra. Frank Tul!. Mr, frank Htnrtx,
Mrs. John W. Wllaon, Mrs. K. I
Ilrudford and Mrs. 1.. (I. line.
Oay Sewing Party
Thursday afternoon Mrs. Hoi nn-
Jamin. Ill North Eleventh street, en
tertained a number of friend moat
enjnyably. After aome time spent
with fancy work, a delectable lunch
waa eerved at a table which waa fra
grant with lovely pink and white
Mr. and Mr. B. II. P-rlgg rrle
barted their twenty-fourth wedding
anniversary Wednesday with an In
formul and entirely appetising din
ner. A huge bowl of lovely rose
graced the renter of the table and tha
gueata who gathered for this huppy
occasion were Mr. and Mra. W. W.
Hlrong. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hahn.
Mra. P. K. Nudlng and Mr. Htanh-y
Mrs. Berthold Kplts. 121 North
Eleventh sdreet. waa hoateaa at a
moat delightful informal dinner party
Dr. Woods Hutchinson
The laal entertainment In the Bed
path Lyceum course, which haa oeen
given here th! winter under the
auspice of the Woman'e club, will
take place Monday evening, and will
be a lecture on the Intel eating sub
ject. "Which Is Man's Life. His Work
or Ills Play?"
tr. Hutchinson ha won national
fume as doctor, a lecturer, an au
thority on economic and sociological
questions and on eugenics and crim
Albuquerque la exceptionally for
tunate to have an opportunity to
hear thla remarkable man who will
lecture next Monday evening at the
Elks' theater, and It la to be hoped
thai packed houee will greet him.
Hurvly the reaidetita of this city
will not overlook this chunre to hear
Dr. Hun hlnaon give a lecture which
will carry a vital and Individual mes
sage to every hearer.
Dance for Hiss Hill
Lsat evening at the Woman's rlub
Mr. and Mra. Oeorg Taylor gave a
dunce In honor or Ihelr house guest,
Mlse Irma Hill. Ther waa delicious
punch throughout Ih evening and
at midnight lovely refreshments were
Music by Miss Blusher's orchestra
waa splendid and all thing united
in making th affair on of Ihe Jol
lies! parties of the season.
The guesis were Mr. and Mra. H.
O. Hlrong, Mr. and Mra. C. II. Con
ner, Mr. and Mrs. R. I- Hunt. Mr.
snd Mrs. D. II. Cam. Mr. and Mra.
John Horradalle. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mann. Mr. and Mrs. T, N. Wllkerson,
Mr. and Mra. Russell Williams, Mr.
and Mra. Henry Coora, Jr., Mr. and
Mra. It. H Elwood, Mr. and Mra. V.
H. Huydum. Mr. and Mra. tieorge
Putridge. Mr. and Mra. E. It. Edgar,
Mr. and Mra. Tony Chisum. Mr. and
Mra. It. K. Curry, Mr. and Mra. II. C.
Miller. Mr. and Mra. Lin Leach, Mr.
and Mra. II. IX. Mead. Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Peters. Mr. and Mi. U McElwain,
Mr. and Mrs. II. ti. Besd. Mra. O
I Hornby, Mrs. Nuncy Heswlck, Mrs.
Robert Hanks, M.ss Irma Illll, Miss
time B.irradalle, M.ss liaael Maloy
This Week's News
ti KKH.w UTKiunv ru n
The Tuesday Uterary club met this
week with Mrs. John Milne nd en
Joyed tha following Instructive pro
gram on Hpanlah Painting:
Current Eventa Mra. K. II. Chrlaty.
Claae Htudy Mrs. Wslter Connell.
Paper "ValesUeB and Murillo,"
Mrs. John Milne.
Talk "I-egends of the Rilnts and of
the Virgin Mary,'' Mrs. Itoy Htnmtn.
HCf KXTIIIC C'M B
Mr. J. M. Doolittle, 101 North
Kernnd street, entertained the Eccen
tric cluo Friday afternoon moat de
lightfully. About t o'clock a delicious
lunch wss served.
Ousal besides the rlub member
were Mr. K. Chapman of Helen. Miaa
Clara Hlueher and Mr. Frank Day.
The Mlercolea club met this week
with Mrs. Frank Hchulls and began
the study of Htoddard'a Lecture on
India, after which lovely refreshment"
Thoae preeent were Mr. E. Allen,
Mrs. M. C. Hwnyne. Mr. Win. Men
aul, Mrs. T. Philbrlck, Mr. O. Pome
rank, Mr. W. Itlakv, Mr. J. (1. Ilen
Iry, and Mra. II. Oerky of paton, .
The Tuesday Afternoon Bewlng club
pent a delightful afternoon thla week
with Mr. J. M. Uavldaon, 512 North
Th Ten Don will meet next Tues
day evening with Dr. W. O Hope and
Mr. A. li. McMillan will read a paper
on "The Panama Canal and ForeUn
physical M'l.TVHK ci.rn
, Attendance at the nieellniia of th
I'hyaicul Culture club Is Inciesalng
steadily. At present there are abuut
sixty enthusiaatic girls in the club and
they are learning dumb-bell, club and
wand drills and will aoon be ready to
give a public exhibition.
Woman's Club Meeting.
One of the most Interesting and
Instructive programa which the
Woman's club Thus had this year
was enjoyed yesterday afternoon.
Misses Maybelle and bora Lovelace.
Mlsaea Margaret and Eugenia Kele
her. Misa Orace Pallison. Misa Paula
Pnetel. Miss Edith Kuletistrnme. Miss
Claud Edgar. Miss Julia Kobertson.
Messrs. Tom Ksan, Max Hippie,
liulph Keleher. Hurry Hit, 11. Hill.
H Emory Davis, K. A. Davis. Hiixn
Tlerney, Bob Crews, J. K. Ooodell,
Charles Kuns. N. O. MrCroden. Ham
Pickard, J. Heed, drover Divine. Ar
thur Hisk, E. Z. Vogt. H. Pnesscndorf,
C. F. Lel'lure and Dr. W. It. Lovelace.
Ht. John' Kantrr Tel.
Wednesday afternoon toe ladiea
fn Ht. John's guild met at the home
of Mrs. Katherlne Farrell. 617 West
noma, lo sew for the Easter tea.
which will be given th Wednesday
after Easter, at the hot ne of Mra.
Amadp Chaveg. (01 North Eleventh
Th guild wll. meet next Monday
and a week from that day the ladiea
will attend Ihelr lime aewing In or
der to have a particularly varied aa
aortmant nf uaeful article lo aell.
Kl or Irk- Tea, Cafeteria Style.
Th Ladiea' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church gave a novel
and aignally successful tea Frlduy
afternoon at Caatle Hunlug.
Delicious rreumed rhirken, waf
fles, biscuit. I oast, tea and coffee
were made In electric rooking dishes
and asrved aleamlng hot to the manv
gueata who attended Ihe affair. The
I act that the lunch waa served In
true cafeteria, fashion added greatly
tu Ita enjoyment and aaalated in
making the affair social well a
Thursday afternoon the Mission
ary Circle of the Baptist church met
with Mrs. T. V. Longfellow.
Th nectors Aid of Ht. John's
Episcopal church held Its regular
mactlng Wednesday In Ihe vestry
room of the church.
The Womsn's Missionary society of
Ihe Central Avenue Methodist Epis
copal church held It regular month
ly clul tea Tueaday afternoon at
th home of Mta. Jeff I'.obeits. 04
Houth Wslter street.
On April llth the ladle or the Im
maculate Conception church will give
box social for the benefit of th
church. II will be a pool lentcn en
tertainment and. a It lo be surmised
from Ihe preparations going on. Ihe
best of the season.
Th first event In th celebration
of Arbor Day at the university wa
particularly fin and Instructive
lecture by Mr. Theodore 0. Woolsey.
aaaiatant district forester, in which
he told the students how to plant
trees and how tn care for them and
lo make them grow, after which
each man set out a tree.
In tha afternoon one of Ihe most
The subject f.ir the ilv was "Art.
Travel and Music," anil Vrs. II. K.
Iliiliinaon was the I'-sil' r.
A feature which added greatly to
Ihe Instructive value ax well as to
the enjoyment of Ihe meeting, was
the wonderful colic, lion t,f western
picturea. belonging to Mra. Itobln
on, which she hud on exhibition for
The program In full, followe:
Leader Mra. II. 1". Ilobineon,
Hull Call Artlai vhoee palnilnss
have made Ihe deaert country
Paper "The D ed la Art," Mrs
Itevlew John C. Van Dyke's "The
lHarrt," Mra. Soyd.
Paper "The World's Panama, -I'urlfic
Exposition nt Hon Friinciaci
in the Muklng," Mrs. J. O. Oould.
Vocal solo "Hong of the Ix-aert
Amy Woodford Flnden. Miaa Vrlwirrl.
He ten Hlnlers Knlrrtalned.
The Heven Hlaters apent the Mlay
Tuendny with .Mra Tlioina laher
wood. They enjoyed ti delicious din
ner at noon, and Into In the after
noon light refreshment were served.
Fancy work and guy conversation
mnde the day a parilciilnrly pleasant
The Heven Hlaters are. Mrs. F.
Huileth. Mrs. T. Adair. Mrs. F. K.
SI urges. .Mrs. Ed Kncei.e. Mrs. O.
Heydt. Mrs. L. Culduell and tho
Valley Hewing f lub.
Mrs. W. . Pfck was hoateaa t-
the Volley HcwIiik club Wcdn.aday
and served a delcutable lunch.
The club memlra preaent were :
Mr. J. O. Oould. Mrs. II. HpniKue,
Mra. J. Illll, Mrs. I.. Hchumaatcr,
Mrs. Tom tsherwood. Mra -. Peek,
Mrs. K. Llnley arm Mlsx Edni Mi-
D. A. It. Meeilng Nipoiicil.
The meeting ef the Lew Wallace
rhu liter of the IaUKhters of the
American devolution, which wag to
have been held this afternoon nt tho
residence of .Mrs. J. II. Wroth, haa
bevn postponed until next Haturduy.
N THE WORUU
Ni JUil 'O'H'N.
J3j0rit clowns " h
r;: Ti'--- i'aw,
exciting ct.ntea -f ih yeir took
place when the fnc-iL. nd student"
played their annuul biielall Kiinie
The lultlitiR was splemlid and the
plavlng ao fnt thai 1'tnplre Adelaide
Hblelda was kept iiulte Imihv. 1'lie
teums were very evenly matched, hut
by nil linen peeled roup tlie rtinp'tlti
wored in the lout itilniitc and won
the game b a score of tin to nine
Hopper waa eaten on the campus
u round n ronriiiK Inc. after which all
ml loomed to the new gyinniiaiiiiu
and spent the evening dancing
Attorney Herbert W. Clark of
l.a Ycg.ia. chairman of the Kcpiildi
enn state committee, baa m et pled
the Invitation sent him bv the mil
erally tn deliver the commencement
addrena III in arins.
The Alumnae iinhocIiii Ion held a
very enthiialaat'c meeting Thursday
evening and decided to have ita an
nual banquet May if", ul the Ahiir
The folloulng roiniultle,. na up
pointed Id have charac u' the ar
rangements and urouae intereai
among the memtiem: Mrs. 1 1. N.
Marron, Misa Lillian Kleke. Mr.
I .ii ill cm c Lee. Mins Evelyn Evci iH,
Mra. Tboniaa l'aiuilij and .Mr. l:ol
rrt Hew ell.
An uniiaiiiil amount of nt tent ion
waa paid to Arbor I n y tbia year and
the results should repay inaiiv tnuca
the effort spent.
The Womun'a club observed Its
annual cuatoin of dlHlrlbutlnt! trees,
bullia. floweriim plain mid vine
which were donated by club mem
bers nnd oilier who worn I n t n -1 , I ,
tn children anil grown-up people, to
aunltiirluma and schoula.
Mrs. H. P.rcwer. vr Oeorne
Kloek and Mrs. f(. K. Curry wero
the coimnltti'e in i harire n ml Hlooilit
feel coinplluienteil at the cnlhiiKlas
tlc Interest which was tuken In tho
liver three hundred trees have
been donated to the Highland pml.
anil a large force of nun will In
busy about it week getting nil of
them planted. Thla park Ih Ideally
located and with an nhiiudunt xhad"
it will become one of f'u iiiont at
tractive places In Ihe city.
Arbor liny wus appropriately cel
ebrated In the various schools
school rooms thrniiKhout he city, a
the Office Boy Saw at the
:""J&. V. ici iHo-jacti
For the Little Girl Whof
Couldn't See the Parade
This la a atory for the little girl who
otildn't como down town thla morn
ing, the little iitrl who dteumed of all
the Ihlmis ahe might have aeen, Who
sobbed n bit as the hands of the old
clock on the mantel reached the ho-ir
of 10; mi. For she was at home, home
where all wnaiiulei and still and lone
ly, where ihe streets outside echoed
never a sound of a pi i mate's vol' e.
wen only dreams could entile ami
dreams are ao MiBiie.
I inly dreams, and downtown, down
where the crowds lined the alilevvalks.
whi le IiIMIhIi voter shouted nnd
laughed, whera mothers and fathers
smiled with reminiscent happiness,
down there the glittering parade of
Ihe Hi lls-Floio I'lrciia and ItufTiilo
I. Ill f himself i was passing, tne bands
Hut ihe little glil was nt home, at
home ami lonely. Her dolls, her play.
iIiiiihs. uiiliiicn Mting, dull on this day
of days, sei-med to stare at her anil lo
mock her. Hhe was at home and you
or the keen ImaKlnuiloii, depict the
heartbreak of It nil If you ran. And
so, for the I, nil,, oirl Who Hluyed "'
Hoiiih this story la written, that sne
only know all that happened and see
It all Ihroiiult the e ea of another.
A long wult or rather It seemed
long to those expectant ones who lin
ed the streets, for they had come far
ahead of the hour.. A long wait and
then a craning of heads which re
H'mliled the lining of a wave. A shout,
ii n editing forward. Then, far down
the atteel there came the glitter, the
gclden reileci Ions of the cirrus waa
ons. the sound of ihe band. Nearer
And there in front of it all, laugh
lni, bowiiiK. waving his hat now and
then, his kindly old Inee crinkling
feature nf the program being the
casting nf voles by the pupil for
the slate flower. Thla vctc was or
dered by the Htate Educational aa
sociatlnn nt It meeting last full.
Th" university students enjoyed a
line lecture on the scientific; rare of
tree by Mr. Theodore H. Woolsty.
Jr., assistant district forester.
with the happiness or It nil, was Buf
falo Illll hlmavl, leading the parade.
Just aa an honor to this city. A'mI
how he chuckled and leaned over th
aide of hla spider trap, when aome
llltln fellow ran out Into the atreet.
Just that he might get a better look
ot him' How he smiled! For Ttuf
falo mil was ns huppy aa thoae who
lookeil upon him.
The reat Seoul traveled on and
neegs craned again, for na fMr na ihoew
whi lined the curbs could sec, there
r'-etched the glittering line of the
parade, wagon after wagon, bespan
gled being after bespangled, sleek
And nil those cage were open, to i,
open ao that one might see tho mon
ko Jumping about nnd pitying trlcie
on one another, or staring at their re
flectiotia In a bit of looking glass:
open so that one might gaxe upon tho
great Hernial tigera pacing from one
end of their sleel-lined prison to thu
other; open bo that one might aee the
Hons and the hyenas nnd the mother
leopard with I pr babies; the fat,
Saw-Jawed hippopotamus, the funny
otaiig-outiinxs and all the other ex
amples of soo life. Not a cage waa
closed, Little Olrl Who Played at
Home, and the unimala seemed tn Ilk
It, to be able to stand up there nnd
look at the crowd which was looking
And then the elephants! The big
elephants, the little ones, nnd the
twins, Kas and Mo, with their hnby.
mouse-like eyes, twinkling ns thougn
they got as much amusement nut of
the parade as the spectators them
selves. The ramel. too, Wobbling
along, their humps swaying, and
pretty women In spangled dresses
swaying with them.
How the bands playeff !t Just
seemed that there never was a mo
ment when the air waa not Juat cram
med full of music. And the clown
band, loo blowing Ihelr funny, mis
shapen horns, looting wilding, furl,
nusly. and caring not one bit for ail
Then came the Indian. There were
thirty of them, with their feather and
(Continued on Pago Four.)
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