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Honolulu star-bulletin. [volume] (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1912-2010, April 09, 1917, 2:30 Edition, SPORTS SECTION, Image 9

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In 'Millinery at the shop of
MISS- POWER, Boston BIdg.
POULTBY
PRODUCE
JJEATS
Territorial Marketing- Div'n.
Maunakea near Queen Phone 1t40
YlCTROLAS
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
1020 Fort St. Phone 2321
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
ORIENTAL SILKS
MUTUAL
SJessagej despatched accurately
"and specdl! to ships at aea and
to "other Island. Phone ,1574.
WIHELCQS
V ttandarln Coats
;j.J U Lab - ewtfklnss, Etc
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aozAiu
. 109-111 No. King StrseL
DANCE
a : . '::)!. Our. tuition does not merely tsach
S'J " 'etepvit develop dancing ability and
ft 4 individuality. For rates cheno 34C4,
i : N. E. MONJO;
, ? - Meana Hetel. , '.,
' Pyrene Fire Extinguishers
Gaso-Tonic
Acetylene Light' A Agency Co Ltd.
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Ccrroctly -Oeslflned and Fitted
THE CLARION, Fort & Hotel 8ts
' - ' - - rcr any meal "
j. Iaeat,' ri!h Delicatessen . ,
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IMrczzlltzn-f.! eat Market
, Oxford for summer. 3.50, a. pair
, MANU FACTU R E RS S H 0 E
; , CTORE ; , ; , ' : .
s 1- ;:r';10n rort St ; -
;eu:.::.ier styles
w(. ; ' ia Sloes " .
-: nZGAL CHOE STORE ,
.- ;. Hotel and Fort Sts; ', .
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iull i:Acnmi:?.Y
ho::jLulu ino:jv;,Ks.co.
' ' .Get a Koiak Savings Bank
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Orieatal and British fabrics
- '' for
. r.iEirs surrs .
W. V. AH ANA CO, Tailors
'.. Kin; tear Bethel
'Kitchener'a Mob' : ' r
An .'American 'a experience In
Kitchener's4 volunteer army.
- v. Price $1.40
-The First Hundred Thousand"
'' By IAN HAY .
.OmamenUKTrees of Hawaii"
:. ' , Cy -Prof. J. r. Rock
. '-Hawaii, Past and Present" .
, ;v , v By W. R CatUe, 4r ;
New FlcUoa J In reprints, 50c
'" per rolume
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Dress
Suits
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Honolulu demands a 'fair business
administration. . That's the kind of
administration Honolulu will have
when I am mayor. ;
".J. C. COHEN.
Highland Swiss Chiffon ;
Note Paper
1 lb. box. 60c ' . '
Envelopes to match -
PATTEN'S,, HOTEL 8TREET
Protective
Agency of Hawaii ;
. Day and Night Patrols ,
Phone 1411, 5 and 6 Elite BIdg.
WM. E. MILES, Mgr. ,
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icr aery psrycie v-
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Tliese great values still
Iiolcl out for "a few tiays
longer until April 10th.
Kconomical buyers: ought
to take adantage of ( the
opportunity. ,J Any man
who has ? ever bought a;
suit at tliis store .doesn't
heed to be; told what to
expect ' of 4is. You can '
now save -big
and then some..
money v
C15.00 Suits. T2 for $22.50
You Save $7.50
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$17.50 Suits. .2 for $27.50
You Save $7.50 u
C23.C3 Suits;. 2'fcr $3o!u0
You Save " $10.00 v :
$22.50 Suits ;.2 for $3Z50
; You Save $12.50
$25100 Suits, 1 2' for 5.00
You Save $15.(K)
$27.50 Suits .2 for $3750
; . You Save $17.50;
$30.00 Suits. .2 for $40.00
: c You Save $20.00 : v
$35.00 Suits. .2 for $45.00
v You Save $25.00! . fe
HlO DEL Clothiers
I i Fort . Street
; THIS SALE IS -FOR
; CASH ONLY
, 'Kb Alterations " i
v No Deliveries ...
:: ." No Exchange, ';
Open from 8 a.ni. to 6 p.m.'
Saturdays till- 9 at'nightJ
. V . rotTMi
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AteriCTteWrV)c3CeKx
m passenger
SHIPS FOUND ON
MEDITERRANEAN
ABOARD 8. 8. WOXTE.vECRO. Io
nian Sea Not a dozen passenger
boats are now flying the Mediterranean one is now showing at the Liberty
ean whereas beiore the war there theater. -rue soul or tvura-san. The
were hundreds; the rest haTe been J stars are: Sessue Hayakawa, Myrtle
requisitioned for war purposes, or injstedman. Tsuru Aoki and George
the case nf Anitrian trd Rrmm tm. Webb. AH have been seen In Hono-
sels. Interned; ainy have been sunk
by submarines, and some removed to
other services where navigation is
less dangerous
The Montenegro is the first passen
ger-carrying ship of any nationality to
leave The Piraeus since the first of
December, the practical beginning of
the .Allied bloc cade of Greece, though
T; K,: :ruT,7r,
were accepted even on her without!
special permits from the Allied govern
ments, as the blockade is still in effect
at' this writing. It is said that the
Greek passenger steamers . formerly
running from the Piraeus to New York.
Naples. Marseilles, Or. Barcelona will
be taken over by the British govern
ment. According tothe Greek owners
the British offer to lease the ships
at so much per ton carries with it the
alternative that if the offer is not ac
cepted no coal will be available to run
the boats. The second largest Greek
transatlantic ship, the Fatris, has been
held at Gibraltar now for two months
and until the Greek shipowners agree
to the British proposals.
As may be judged from the number
of vessels sunk by submarines in the
Mediterranean, an officer on a pas
senger ship now has no enviable
responsibility. Scarcely one has not
partielpated in, or. at least witnessed
the sinking of some vesseL Aboard
the Montenegro two of the minor offi
cers have been on ships submarined;
one was onjUie Scllla sunk on the way
from the Piraeus to Rhodes, the other
on the Washington bound from Syra
cuse to Alexandria. ; - " .
vOa, the present trip, from. Saloniki
to the Piraeus, a gale forced the Mon
tenegro to take refuge; in the port of
Volo, where she arrived badly damag
ed, Capt Cantamessa himself having
a leg. broken and one arm, in a sling
as a result' of the rough weather. On
the previous trip the same captain had
a fire in the coal bunkers of. his ves
sel and was only: able to save his ship
by half swamping it with water. ;
All - the Mediterranean v passenger
ships flying flags of the Allied Powers
carry at least cne run. aft. as a dis
couragement to pursuing submarines.
as uiese.guns are generally only one
inchers,v while iany, ct rthe modern
submarines carrjf .three Inch guns, the
iaucr wnue o'u.oi range 01 me pas
senger 'vessel can safely cannonade
I her at will untn the passenger, ship's
superior speed' puns ner out or range.
AH the ; merchantmen . officers , of
Mediterranean passenger , ships are
mobilized, and" r.re ; expected to ;put
up a fight whenever a ; submarine
appears. Jt is rare,' however that an
expert gunner Is furnirhed td .do the
shooting, a fact to which the merchant
captains : attribute the small number
of submarines damaged by fire . from
merchant vessels. r.-"' ' . ,.
The following program will ' be giv
en next Fridav eveiiinc. : Anril IS. in
Charles . R. Bisnop Hall 'by: pupils of
Miss Clarke and Miss Cad well of the
Punahou Music school; v- :.?S: ;
- ' .Program .
From the Land of Thousand? Lakes
..r..:..;w.....;;;; Jean Sibelius
Air ' Castles ; (Prelude) I (Finnish)
Evening Calm ;
Nocturne' r:' v': v'.; ?T,
Alia Gavotta' 5 ' ' . ..-,
i - Dora Broadbeat V
Improwiso. ; Edoardo Celll
Serenade Russe . . . Domenico Savlho
Vvir-:' ' ; (Italian):
v, Agnes Chalmers i
Nocturne ... .... ;.; Genari Karganoft
Mazurka . . . ; .-Peter Tschaikowsky
, - ; t - (RussUn)
' i'-: - Elisabeth -Hcbdy i :-" .
ScherxettoV i.-V. :Tincent d'Indy
Romance sans Pane . 4 . . . . .'.
. r. ;,v. U t . ; Camille Saint. Saens
Sur 1'ondel , ..Florent Schmitt
..' ' v (French).
; oiive vmiert . -;. -r
My ' Silver ' ThToated ;,Faun (Sioux;.
Love Song) .-...Thurlow Lieurance
Siif
Pakoble v lTh Rose)' A (Cheyenne
Flute Song) .... '.'.-.. ,V.Anlerlcan
Pluck This UUle Flower '(Tagore)
;, -; ....... .: . Landon ; Ronald
My Lute Samuel Ud die
.: ; - r v . .(English)
. N; , ' Margaret Austin) " .
Melodie . . . . . . .. . . ."Christian Sinding
Little Bird ....... ..... . E4vard Grieg
Crescendo -. , . . . . . . . . . . - Per Lasson
:' .'(Scandinavfan)
.-r -.- ; . , . Aiieen Gibb) , v :
Caprice ' . . . L - .. . . . 1 i . .. Max Reger
Traunierei i... .V. :.. Richard Straus
Tarantelle.... , . Alerancer von Fielitz
r (German) ,
.. ; . . Evean Webster vr ! v
Allegro de Concierto . . . . . . :
...r. ... .'. Enrique Granados
. ; .' .- - vSpanish)
;y Florc.Ke Campbell : X r
The rrogran have not been set
out as usual bnt friends and - patrons
of the school i re Justus cordially as
ever Invited to be Repent ,
; There is a material decrease in the
number of publie. vehicles plying the
streets of London, as compared with
When Veer Eyes need Cere
v Try tfurlcs Eys Remedy i
OLD FAVORITES
BACK AT LIBERTY
Photoplays boasting a quartet of.
stars are few and far between. Suca
l"lu on number of previous occasions
but the last named only in the flesh
This Is Webb's initial appearance in
the film drama and it in no exaggera
tion to state that he is superior in
his 6creen work to that on the stage.
and his reputation for the latter Is well
established in Honolulu.
The story is a most fascinating one
land brings cut the aMlity of all th9
ly. Hayakawa is the particularly, fea
tured star and there ia no denying
the claim that he is a shining star. .
-Pearl of the Army," the new Pearl
White serial touching on prepared
nesfly is in its second instalment and
there is every Indication that this well
known star is going to give some
thrilling exhibitions ' of , her steel
nerves before the ' word "finis" is
written over this serial.
"Matrimony" is the interesting title
of the current feature offering at the
Hawaii theater, and the .drama is
equally as interesting as is its title.
Julia Dean . is the featured star ' in
this five-part Triangle drama of life:
life as it is found daily but : told on
tue screen in a manner that makes it
appear to be the exception. In the
big Triangle ; supporting ' cat' little
Thelma Salter shines out like a new
constellaUon and quickly Joins the
ranks of juvenile idols of the screen
fans. v -
It might be stated that the Hawaii
is presenting a pair of features dur
ing the- present part of the week as
brings to this theater, two of the' lead
ing artists, in this line of endeavor.
"Stolen Magic" is the title of the com
edy which' features the renowned Ray
mond Hitchcock and Mabel Normand.
The latter ill be .best remembered
for her . work ' in Tillie's Punctured
Romance" and ) other Mack Sennett
laugh-makers.'
One of the recently Introduced speci
alties 'at the Hawaii that is ' causing
much favorable comment Js thei'Tathe
Colorfilm-" These, films are works 'of
art and deal With science and nature
in. a, moat Jntlmate.xnanxier. .l
; i m mm m
' If the patriotic spectacle, "The Bat
tle Cry of Peace," which is being
shown at the Bijou .theater, does noth
ing else it will have accomplished a
'great purpose if it succeeds in awak
ening the long dormant spirit of 76.
Judging from the applause whenever
the American flag was shown, the
picture is accomplishing this noble
purpose. , -X: :-" . :"X-'!---:
In . a cunning way the author of
"The Battle Cry of Peace has worked
on his audience in, the endeavor to' set
ablaze the feeling' of national patriot
ism. For this purpose the ' spirits of
Washington, 1 Lincoln and Grant are
invoked, and! their appearance on the
screen was the occasion of long ap
plause. f : : -. - -In
order to meet the great popular
demand to see this picture, "The Bat-
Ue Cry of Peace" will bar shown at
Xhe Bijou theater tonight, tomorrow
night and Wednesday night,
EV1 CROSS, SICK
CHILDREN LOVE
If Feverish, Bilious, .Cohstipat
' ed, Give Fruit Laxative
atOnce ;
.V; Don't scold . ... your v frUf ul. peevish
child. See if tongue Is coated; this is
a . sure sign its little stomach, liver
ana bowels are clogged with sour
waste.. ;;.-'. r
When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't
eat, sleep or act naturally, has stom
ach-ache, Indigestion, diarrhoea, give
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs" and in a few Hours all the foul
waste, the sour bile and , fermenting
food passer out of the bowels and you
have a well and playful child again.
Children love ! this harmless "fruit
laxative," and mothers can rest easy
after giving it, because it never fails
to make their little "Insides" clean
and sweet. -
Keep it handy, vother! A little giv
en today saves a sick child tomorrow,
but get the genuine. Ask your drug
gist for a 50-cent bottle of "California
Syrup . of Figs, which has . directions
for babiesr children of all ages - and
for grown-ups plainly . on the . bottle.
Remember there are counterfeits sold
here, so surely look and see that yours
is made by the "California Fig: Syrup
Company. Hand back with contempt
any other fig syrup. Adv.
n a rrninrruni a an . '
rAi ni n
mm m m n n hkv t
SYRUP OF FIGS
ortiiisiiwis
0.1EC0RDl7iTH
HORSEfflTS
Many tnea of Uritih birth met at
the British Club Saturday night for
the chief purpose $f adopting and for
warding to the president of the United
States resolutions approving of the
entrance of the United States into the
war against Germany and offering: the
services of its members to any branch
of the American, government
Peter . E Toshv who seconded the
resolution, said all must feel glad now
that America has planted the flag of
I freedom alougide that of Great Brit
ain, and Judge : C. W. Ashford re
marked that the United States had ar
rived at a decision that ought to have
come with the sinking of the Lnsl
tania. 'vv-;-, v.- .... ..'
C. A. Elmslie, eS-premler of Vic
toria, Australia, who fs resting In Hon
olulu, was a gvest at- the meeting.
He told what Australia had done in
the war and expressed great .appreci
etion of the action of -the United
States and of the British Club. SgL
Harry Cohen.BatteiKF.' Niiith Field
Artillerv. asked that tHe claOse God
save the President ? of r the - United
States" be included in the resolution,
and his request was unanimously approved.'-
: '
Judge Ashford's motion that resolu
tions congratulating the Russian peo
ple for their new form of government
be drawn up was adopted. The resolu
tions on the war situation follow; .
r "Whereas, the British Club of the
Territory of Hawaii is composed of
men of British blood, a large majority
of- whom are American citizens; and
: "Whereas, the President and con-'
gress have decided to crush attempts)
to destroy' the liberties of the world, j
to prevent further inhumanities, atroci-j
ties, brutalities and-disregard oi sol
emn obligations by Germany; and :
"Whereas, we- rejoice that the Unit
ed States of America, along with her
brave and honorable allies; has taken
np the Sword of Justice.- to fight the
fight for Liberty and Right.?
Therefcre, Be It Resolved that the
British. Club of Hawaii (360 members)
indorse the. action; of the President
and congress, and offers, pledges and
dedicates its members to national ser
vice, whether It' be the army, navy,
or whatever duty they can best qualify.
"God save the President of tne
United States.- -.-:-.v - .
-FRED HARRISON.
- . - k -. . . -. v., ."President
'GEORGE- BUSTARD. J ;
i. : -,- i - "Vice-President.
: . ; . "W. F. .WILSON, : . -
f v . "Secretary and Treasurer.
"Pape's Diapepsin" ; is the
Quickest and surest Stom
: : ach Relief ,?v
.- "? ' .' " j-,'. .' t: , -:.
If what you just ate is souring on
your stoQiach or lie's like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest, or yon belch
gas and eructate sotirr undigested food,
or have a feeling of dizziness, heart
burn, ru lines?.' nausea,, bad i taste tn
mouth, and stomach headache, you can
surely get reliet in five, minutes. :
'-Ask . your . pharmacist to show you
the formula, plainly printed on thse
fifty-ceut .cases of Pair's DlaiepslD.
then you will understand why dys
peptic troubles. of all kinds must go.
and' why it relieves spur, out-of order
stomachs -or indigestion In five mln
utesv "PapeV Dlapepsln" is narmless?
tastes like candy, though each losf
will digest and prepare for. asslmila;
tlon into the blood all. the food you
eat; besides, it makos you go to the
table with a .healthy appetite; bat
what will please you most, is tbatjou
will feel that your stomach and lnte
tines -are" clean and fresh, and you will
not need to resort to laxatives orjivet
pills for biliousness or constipation.
-Thia city .will" have- many . fPape's
Dlapepsin" cranks, as some people will
call them, but you wiU be. enthusiastic
about this splendid atomic h prepara
tion, too. If you ever tate' It. for indi
gestion, gases, heartburn, sourness,
dyspepsia, or any stomach misery
, Get some now; this minute, and rid
yourself of stomach misery and Indi
gestion in five minute; adv. ';
NEW EGO GUARANTY, ; V
rajr AsaBdaUd' Tntaj
LONDON, Eng. According to a new
classification of eggs just adopted by
the wholesale trade, here, i eggs will
henchforth be sold with directions
These eggs not to be - boiled? ', or
"These eggs guaranteed to boiU ;
. The usual ; label . is due to the Im
portation of eggs from - distant parts,
some of the importations being dipped
in a chemical solution to preserve
them, which makes them' airtight and
causes them to explode it put into
Lot' water. . . i.. X.'-. ' ".
The Grand .'Banks of Newfoundland
supply more fish than any 'other sec
tion of the sea.': -."'. .-: . '
The York Cotton Mills at Saco, Me,
employing 2300 hands, were closed for
tn indefinite period, the management
announced, as a result of a strike ol
1 23 weavers for higher wages. T.
IN FIVE MINUTES J
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UXltil h U til llli H i .
IDIOESM GAS
CALL
CASTLE! COOKE, limiiet
General Insurance Agents
' ; Fort" and Merchant Streets ' : . "
1
Thrift is efllcieut saving: and spending of forces given ns.'
Get sometliing to spend by saving now at onr v
: SAV11IGS DEPARTMENT
Bank
of
: Fort and
i
C. DM & CO.
(LIMITEO) ..'"'.'" :
; V SUGAR FACTORS -COMMISSION
MERCHANTS"
SHIPPING AND INSURANCE
AGENT8 -
- FORT 8T HONOLULU, T. H.
List of Officers and Directors; '
E; Fi BISH6p.V.7..;PrssJdsnt
G. H, ROBERTSON I . . "ia'h.'i , ,
r Vice-Prssident and ' Manager: ;
R. tVERS . ...... .. . .. . I'.i . .-'
Vice-President and Secretary
-A.' GARTLtY. . Vlce-Pretldint (
E. A.. R. ROSS 1 .'.Treasurer '
I GEO. , R. CARTE R . . ; Director
:C H. COO K E. . i . . : . Director -
J.' R. CALT...V... ..V.Cpireetor
R. A. COOKE.V.. Director
D. G. MAY.; i V. ....... Auditor
Ltd.
: Fort treet," near QuseiV
Transacts a general - Banking
Business.
Invites your account and. guar
antees safe and efficient service.
Exchange, Letters of Credit and
'Traveler! ' C&ecka . Istued 'n
erincipal pointsv -: .
Cable Transfers -
-t -5
when you save and deposit it with
us. We pay -4 - per cent Interest.
-h bishop & co;1;".
The National City Company
Nsw York. ; 8an Francisco
: ; INVESTMENT BONDS
: ; H. A. BRUCE
200 Bank of UawaU BIdg. Tel 1S19
FOR RENT
Electricity, gas, screen In all houses.
S-bedroom house ; garage ; $20.. . .
4-bedroom house; .garage; $30. .
Stores; Maunakea sL. $270. ; ' ,
J.H.SCHNACK
842 Kaahumanu St.
Telephone 3833
In cur a nee
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO. LTD.
PH0IH3 4915 ;
Fire,; Ufa,1 Accident, Compensation
; Surety bonds 1 ::
p h. burnette )
79 Merchant SL ; Phone 184 3
f NOTARY PUBLIC . -
Commissioner of Deeds '
. .California and Nsw York . " ;
Draws f : Wllla, Deeda Mort::;;s and
., aM . Legal Documpta.-r.
a Life, Rrc, toinv
i I Autorr,ob:!2f TcarlstsV r
Baggage cr .Accident
insurance,
UPON
.1
til
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., Ltd.
" ' Stocks and Bonds
Beal Estate , : ' Insurance
- - - Safe Deposit Vaults . .,
Authorised by law, to act as Trustees Xxecu.
. tors. Adrnini'straibrs and Guardiani
Hawaii
Ltd
Uerehant Sts.
0
': . - Umltad ; ,'
Sugar Factors : : -j
Commission Merchant i
H and Insurance: Agents
. Agsnta for ' f '
Hawaiian' Commercial A 8ujr
:Company.: - ,;, ;
Ilailni Sagai Company.
PaJa Plantation Compcny.
Haul Agricultural Coapaay..,' . -
- . .
Hawaiian .Sugar Company. ry',
Kahuku: rfantatlon 'Company.
MeBryde Sugar Company. :
Kabulul Railroad Company, '
Kauai Railway Compaay. !
Kanai Fruit ft Land Co, Ltd.
Honolua Ranch. ' f ; "
THE YOKOHAMA 'SPECI2 , -
'BANK. LIMITED, f
Capital subscriUd .yea S,(0.C: j
Capital paid up..... yen lo.000.CCJ
Reserfe fund .......yen 2J,S0O.c;)
".-S. AWOKI, Local Mana;sr
. LIONEL E. A IIAIl?
CampbVll Block :U Phone No. ::::
MINING AND OIL SSCURITIZ
- OFFERS INVESTORS 3 TO
- v.;, -50 PER ANNUM
!
V E. C. PETERS
i , 210 McCandli Elds.
'-IS Honolulu, T. H. .'.
Stocks,- Donds, ecurit!sa, Loans
- Nesotlatad, Trust Cstatas
- - . -' Manajtd.
J. F. MORGAN CO., LTD,
; STOCK BROKERS' V
Information Furnished and Loars
-'-..-:. Made .'
Merchant Strtst Ctar CuHilna
: Phone U72 .
HOME 1NSURANC2 COMPANY C
; HAWAII, LIMITED,
til Fort 8treet Tsitshone
PACIFIC ENGINEERING -i ; :
" - COMPANY, LIMITED
Consulting, DeslnJrj anj.Co
atructlr? Er;!nsra . -Bridges,
BaCiisgs, Cc-creta Ctn-
turei. Steel Structures, Eizitary Cj
tems. Reports and Ettlziilt ca Prc
ecta. Phone J043.
" CHOP CUI ' . -
' 13 North Ktej Xlrttt -'
(Catweert MaunaJcsa tr.i Cr.".)
Call and see our brand r: C'.'.Z?
SVl HOUSZ EvsryU.:.' 3 f.':-t
; -"and Clean
Tables may be reserved by r;
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