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I PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK FRIDAY MARCH 9 191H PRICE ONE CENT
18 U S SOLDIERS KILLED AND 52 WOUNDED i
I I IN CHARGE UP MOUNTAIN AGAINST MOROS
St
i BATTLE ON EDGE
OF VOLCANO 600
MOROS ARE SLAIN
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American Troops Fight Their Way to
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pletely Wipe Out a Band of
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Lawless Job Natives
THE WOUNDED OFFICERS
AGEV nilnsi II Vlrmt ltentermnt wounded In hand uIIgbt
CONWAY IVIliEi T frat Muutennnt ejcf llarht
f COOKE If S Enmlga grounded in foot serious
I OILMORE p coimraln
JOIISTO GO1UJOX Flr t Lientooant wounded In boulder
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I HIVKHS TYnniB IL Captain wounded In thlRh light
VIIITC JOIIX n captain of local oon tabularr
MANILA March 9 Eighteen United States soldiers were
I Killed and fiftytwo officers and men wounded In a battle with
tho Moros which lasted nearly two days Six hundred Moros
wcre killed
The battle took place at Mount Dajo near Job It began
en the alternoon of March 6 and lasted until the morning of
March 8 A force Including United States Infantry a naval de
tachment and some of the local constabulary under the com
mand of Col Joseph W Duncan of the Sixth Infantry climbed
t a lava cone 2100 feet high with a crater at the summit It
I was so extremely steep that the artillery had to be taken up
I with block and tackle for 300 feet The last 400 feet was at an
I angle of sixty degrees Gen Leonard Wood was present during
I the engagement but did not take command of the operations
i GEN WOODS REPORT
Gen Wood sent this report from Jolo capital of the Sulu Islands
c A severe action between troops a naval detachment and constabu
n lary and hostile Moros has taken place at Mount Dajo near Jolo The
I engagement opened during the afternoon of March 6 and ended in the
of March S The action involved the
morning capture of Mount Dajo a
I Continued on Second Page
f TEN THINGS YOU WOULD NOT CREDIT
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And Yet When You Read About Them You
Will Find How the Marvels Are Explained
DOES IT SEEM POSSIBLE THAT
ETou Can Go Around the World on a Pound of Ooolt
you Can Make an Omelttte Without Any Eggs
You Can Forget you Art Married
A Han Can Run Fatter Than on Anttoptt
A MultlHilllonalrc Jan Be Bathfledt
A Womana Club Can Be Run Like a Hantf
Society Baa Invented a dame More Dangenut than Football
Ruttlat Reign of Anarchy It Growing JVortef
The Soul Can Be Foundt
You Can Get a Really Artiitto Reproduction of a 1000 Drawing for S Uenttr
Yet mist of these things are not only
s possible but probable
Thomas A Edison Is authority for the
tatomant that It all the energy in coal
I could bu used a pound or two or It
would take a man around the world
I Edison Wmself and Ml the electric wiz
I ards have for years been trying to find
I tome way ot ujlnc more of the energy
in coal Duly three years ago Edison
aid Too greatest nroblem In electric
ity vet to be solved Is the dlroot trans
iormatlon of tho energy of coal Into eloc
inca enIIjrV
N3w Edison himself hasnt delved this
I problem but another man seems to havo
done BoY The first news at this tremen
dous InventiOn Is of colossal importance
and will be presented to the public In a
striking manner In NEXT SUNDAYS
TORLD MAGAZINE
it Is
Ar to the Egglou Omelette
wonderlul con
Of the many
onlY one
oocLtOl1ll whldh prat Thomas B BUll
wlls you how to make In line
man with this antihen Invention are bread
made from ohemlcala in bottles milk
I ai ufnctured miles away trom a cow
cocktails made of powder sugarless su
gar and bananaless bananas
ConcernIng forgetting that you are
matrled this does not mean that any
one can do sooiio girl did it however
and married another man
Its an Indian who can run faster than
an antelope He has done it many a
tlmo Hes coming to New Yorlc Tnwo
a SaA a striking sketch of him bv Robert
Edgren In N138T SUNDAYS WORLD
I IIAOAZINE
That even a multimillionaire ln tho
pursuit of happiness finds It hard work
18 exempllQed In the case of one of the
most prominent oung men of mam
moth fortune in N w To
l fiCbtort
Wfc lii l T H
0 f i
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friends and spends millions doing It
The Idea that at last a womans club
has been found where a member can
I really enjoy herelf and Is not obliged
to listen to Mothers Talks and kin
dred things all the time la ouitKcated
I by an organization founded on regular
mans principles It Is very success
ful and is Interestingly written of by
a clever woman
Recetvtly the Sunday World told the
public about the reckless way In which
society was taking to ballooning as a
sport But ballooning la as beanbag
to prlzetlgihtlng in comparison with a
still nowor sport adopted by the young
men of the ultrafashionable eet Its
a sort of basketball but basketball with
the wildest sort of a aide Issue
The Sunday Worlds article on Rus
sias reien of anarchy Is an appalling
record of the lost twenty months
Regarding the actual location of the I
soul this matter 18 broached In view ot
a very Interesting and Ingeniously con I
trived story by Alice Itohe a story of
ncUon pure and simple but worth
thinking about as vou read It
These are the prominent features of
NEXT SUNDAYS WORLD MAGA
ZINE enough probably to make you
want to see It
Next Sunday the fourth of the serlu
of famous Gibson drawings will be
Issued fro us an art supplement ready
for framing with tho Sunday World
Of tho Comic Section with Its amus
ing new series of pictorial humor
Father flnooier and their friends
It may bo said that It IB well up to its
standard
The Metropolitan Section filled 91111II
New York erlgtetatH needs no espe
cial mention and jibe d1toriaJ oetlon
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JACK 1WIN SULLIVAN AND KIILY IN PING AT LOS ANGELES TONIGHT
Middleweights will meet In twenty round bout which prom lees to be acorker Sullivan Is tho favorite In the betting
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AT CITY PARK
Favorite Zinda Finishes
Outside the Money in
the Third Event
CITY PARK NEW ORkJSAXS March
9 Seven races wih heavy Holds In
each were offered the tulent hero to
ddY So evenly matched wore those
which faced the starter that the betters
had a d4iflcat time locating winners
FlUdl mCE Thro and a halt Wrlongg
lJCttlng
Stdrttrs weights Jocke btrI5
VendiJo HS U Morris 12 s
Sister 1PXKy ida W Mclntyre 10 4
1trry Ijtuy iTtar 110 Munro 10 4
J D Uunu 105 Ko rur so a
Qeo Doucher 105 Jeelctni 80 2 i
Faroy Norm lOs D Austin so s
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Irena A 110 J Henneuy 5 a
Mamie K 110 So illHne 4 53
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Munej Maker lOt Trozler 12 sg
Mix Jewell 10S Pendergut 30 in
Dacra lOS J Joneir jo 4 i
T4ni Moiicnn 110 W Allen 12 5
Lady Mauls 110 NIcol 02 Ss
AprrolHifon 118 McMulfcn 12 B
r1neO44 4S
Won by Vendldo Slater Peggyaecond I
and Merry Leap Year third
SECOND RACS FIT furlongs Mlllnr I
Starters irelffhti and jockeys str 13attintr PI
abu Dlckwnioa W Allen 7 G2
PmUC4 100 XRaersTsUt f m
Futurtha 104 Qulltft 10 4
Armorer 104 Parker no 2
Cygnet 09 S AlIen ffi t
W Caoh IWVDsHy 82 88
Blr Andrew 106 W Dalr 4 ea
OTfton Day 106 nomanelll 10 4
Dart 100 It Lowe 90 20
BiMrre 100 HeCferman J1I 20 s
Percy Clark l06J Jon 72 T0
IUd DerU 102 k Itatthtws 00 20
Tlmea04 45
Won by Ohas Dlckson Prestige was
second and Fugurtha third
TUIBD RAQEVeelllOK fly furlong
Starters wnijthts Jockeys BtrpJ
Cajiclns 100 iMunro 7 s 3
Norwood Ohio 102 Jot 16 Ig
loloo
Jack AcJam 100 nomanelll 20 s
Merry George 102 B Smith B 4
Zlnda 102 D Austin 2 41
Ida Davit 104 Ortagar 13
firrten aYfQol Icoerner is A
neho Dale 100 Troxler 5 2
TVIM Irishman 10S J irenneny 8 2
Bubador 106 Dealy so 10
Won by Casclne Norwood Ohio see
ond and Jack Adama third
FOURTH RiCE Double B to 1 and
2 to 1 1 Del Carlna 6 to 1 for ploco
2 Plying Charcoal 3 4
23D GAMES POSTPONED
Death of Armorer Bryant Pats
Contests OIV to March 11
The Tw ntythlrd Regiment games
which were down for decUHon tomor
row night have been postponed until
March 17 because Ordnance Serst Bry
ant tho armorer died yesterday The
funeral services will be held In tho
main hall of tho armory at 330 P It
Sunday
Land Fraud Counts Quashed
TOPEkA KWN MARCH Judge
Phillips la the United Sta oi District
Court hero today tquaobed the In
dictments against State Senator Fred
ts mlaj ROSCQO Wilson ond T
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BEATEN BY A
ID tO 1 SHOT
Peter Nathaniel Home
in Front of Flavigny
at Fair Grounds
FAIR GROUNDS NEW ORLEANS
March 9The fields were small ns a
role today owing to the continued
heavy track The class of the horses
was below tho average too The fea
ture of tho day was the fourth event
a dash with many good sprinters
named to gu
FIltST rtACE SelHtiB six furlong
furlonitdBittlnc
Bittlnc
Staffers weights an > l jockeyu Htr PI
Usury 110 L Smith 53 1
IVauitcmju no hayes 32 1
Karro lerot Aubnohon 12
Mazzlnl l > 0 llehron 30 10
Sweet Favor U7 V Wnlsh 2O Ig
ruttcrcup 102 J Johnson 20 s
Still Hunt 100 L Jone 40 13
IInitlcker 105 Moreland 10 4
Weidlnc Klnc 7or McO e 80 13
Vhlan 10 M Murphy an in
Quaint 102 McDonald 20 8
Time 11 II
Usury went to the front at the start
made all the running and won by a
length from Deauxtompa who was sec
ond all the way Fargo was third a
length away
SECOND RACE S lllnc four furlotvr
Bdtlntr
Starters weltht and jockeys air PI
H ln Lucas 115 Aubuohon 01 41
KrlcUon 111 McGee 15 A
Blackburn 111 RobbllUl72 73
Baneful 110 Bedell lo 4
Bohroders Midway 103 Moreland 10 4
Bam Chilion 103 L Martn W 0
Queen Babe IDS rXrglnt 2 < > in
Baracrlt 100 Hacan to 10
Weather Vane lia L Smith J t25
Commodore Thelm 100 Xert M 2O
TJme 031 4S
Won by Helen Lucas Friction second
and Blackburn thIrd
THraU RACE Mile and twenty yards
liettlne
Starters weight and JockeiH Sir PI
Peter Nathaniel 97 MorrlanJ 10 4
Flavlsny V J Jouison n i
g Ylr2 i
Canyon 112 Robbing 7 82
North Wind Ill HoTfman 2 > II
ITootllKhts Pavorttt 110 Aubuchon 10 t
Uncle Heory 110 B r d e ll 72 TS
Peter Paul 112 Christian 72 75
Won by Peter Nathaniel Flavigny
was second and Canyon third Time
148 25
FOURTH RACE < Oualn Kate 3 to
1 1 Van Ness out for place 2 In
vlnclblo 3
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Mrs Chadwlcks Plo Cut Off
COLUMBUS 0 Maroh 9Mn Caa
eta Chadwick cannot have plea and
other viands eent her from Cleveland
Warden Gould so ruled today A
Cleveland firm had been shipping eat
ables of various kinds to Mrs Chad
nlck receiving1 payment through her
attorneys
KKhd by Landslide
BINOHAIMTON N T March 0
William Iuscum was Instantly killed
and Edward Day Injured by a landslide
In the Day stone quarry about one and
a half miles treat of Ilalatcad Pa
Sunday World Wants t
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JEROME GETS
I IN ON JURY
fiXING CASE
Wants to Help Nofw and
Makes BaggCork
rffessiorrPubllc
MSr Jerome goent two hours > nth
JudKe BitiJbury todal and now wants
to ooaD rat with him In the Juryflihipr
caA6 revealed by nillntfhast
The Inquiry will go on tomorrow and
Atntoroo N McCaJbe and Daniel W
Patterson attorneys still In the employ
pf the Metropolitan Street Railway
Company will have an opportunity to
explain
Even Mr Jerome now adnlls that the
revelations of TlUlnghast ua to jury fix
Ing In railroad canes go higher up He
Says
SaysIn
In January 1901 Stanley S Dapg
investigator for th e company says
Lawyer Patterson requested him to
have Tlllln hast put upon the jury In
a case and he did so Dngg says Pnt
lerson paid htm 10 no one else being
present and Bag gave tho 10 to TIt
lnfihost
After the term of January 1M2
I
Bagg said ho went to Lawyer McCabe
and Itwna agreed that TlUlnghast
should toe ipalJ 110 and a voucher tr
that sum reading General and special
oxpones was made out and McCabe
O K It I
Mr Jerome also admits that Bagg
swore that In May 1901 less thant iwu
years ago Lawver McCabe Kd an
other voucher for 30 which was paid
to Tlllltighast for cutting down the ver
dint of the traction people In a case
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SUED FOR fffS
Of HIS WEDDING
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Young Society Man of Brook
lyn Failed to Pay and Church
Gets a Judgment for S130
A society wedding which interei
all thc Brooklyn smart set two years
ago was recalled today when the
brIdegroom was sued for the cost of
the service
On April 27 1904A Woodcock Howe
now of No 176 Fenlmore street anl
MS Emma C Kelcftimann of No 734
Putnam avenue vere married at the
Gates Avenue Methodist Church Tlu
expenses should have been paid by Mr
Howe but on the morning of the
wedding ho promised to send a oheck I
ao the service went on without tho
cash Then Howe sent an unsigned
chock He never paid and tho church
sued Mm today In the Gates Avenue
Municipal Court
Hdwe Who Is manager of the Mary
land Casualty Company said In court
he was unable to pay the bill which
amounted to 8130 The afloerlst who
furnished rare orchlda for the wedding
also baa a judgment to show for his
bttlArmy
Army orrlcers Promoted
WASHINGTON March 9The Presi
dent today sent the following nomi
nations to the Senate LieutenantCol
ends to be BrtBadlerOenerals Lorenzo
W Cooke Twenty lxth Infantry Jo
oaph M CaUff Artillery Corps i Henry
B Turrwlll Detputy BureeonQenerol
Crosby V UHler Depuitrf Quurtermaa
Ctflonol to boB tuller
Wo InK In
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GIANTS PRACTISE
TRICK PIAV nN
III U I Lnlu un
THf DIAMOND
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Double Steals Buntsand
JificeHits Rehearsed
by McGraws Men
BY T G SCARBOROUGH
Special to The Evening World
MBMPHJS Tenn March 9The
Giants practised at Red Elm toiln
under the sunny sky Spirited work
was renewed with baseballs and bats
the pushball medicine and footballs
being abandoned In face of the perfect
weather
I Doses were plnneil down for the sec
ond time of the season and the double
steal the sacrifice and hit and hurry
play and other difficult manoeuvres on
the paths were practiced by the entire
tent
taanFrom
From the preterit appearances Mc
Graw will devote much attention this
year tlo tilt bunt In the afternoon the
teans wero lined up aides being cnosen
from the ranlcs of those stopping At
different hotels
Owing to poor accommodations beta
It takes two lintels to acoommoJate
tho Giants and Subs tliU year Mc
Graw llnthcwson Ullburt bonlln
rusfiison and others are houafd at
the Cordova ThU morning McGraw
roceKed a challenge Isaiitd In formal
wnv from dipt McOumi of the Hotel
Clarwidon squad The atio took place
this attriioou itnd was fmUKiu with
scrappy Lase running tiLl liiitj hit
ting
filll Gilbert pulled up with a lime
limb this mornlne nfti the football
qm of Yesterday CuNt iritlu
son comitlalnol if n colt Otherwise
the wet wthot cxnciipii Tl In the
last two lavs left a leii bill of health
ainons the Giants
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ARREST DRESSMAKER
FOR SMUGGLING LACES
Woman on Baltic Said to Have Had
1800 Wound Around
Her Limbs
When Marjorie Mulhall n dressmaker
descended from tho Whlta Star llnei
Baltic today she was arrested by
customs oltlclals charRed with smug
glmg When searhed at tne Custom
House It Is said laces worth Jl800
were found concealed on liar person
The laces according to the CustOu
House officials were wound about hoc
limbs under her ocklngs and beneath
the sleeves of her waist There were
also swathes of them under her corsets
lAs none of the lace had been declared
It was seized and the dressmaker Olaced
under arrest
HEAD OF BOY FOUND
ON FARM UP THE STATE
milNEBECK N Y March 9 Cor
oner Carroll Is Investigating a gruesome
find by a farmhand on an estate be
tween Red Hook and this place
Th nun while at work discovered the
head of a nineyearold boy partly Im
bedded In mud
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Joins Army o Qulet Life
COI a BUS 0 MARCH 8C 0vln
Harris an actor at the Empire The
atre here son of the late Congressman
Harris and worth J60000 toinod tho
bird company of the Coaat AKtlllarr
oday at tho Columbus Barracki He
eaJ6 ho joined the anav to get away
trom undeetraile ccwanoi eng lID
0Iutt
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HURLED FROM AUTO I
WOMAN AND CHllDJ
ARE FATALLY HURT
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Racing on Jerome Avenue Rounds t
man Craig Off for Half Holiday
with Family Crashes Into j1
Iron Trolley Pole
Then wn a twomile automobile race along Jerome avenue In the
Bronx late this afternoon which ended In a smashup that will cause ono
death and possibly two Mrs Robert Craig wife cf a police roundsman is
In Fordham Hospital with her skull split open and cannot recover say tho
surgeons Her little daughter probably fatally Injured Is at a private
house The womans husband two other children and the chauffeur ea
cnped with lesser hurts
I HIGHLANDERS
SEE A HANGING
AT BIRMINGHAM
Execution of Murderer
Part of ToDays Train
ing of Griffiths Men
BY BOSS EM AN BurGERS
Srwlnl to The Evening World
niHMINGHAM Ala March 9Se I
Ing a negro murderer hanged by ths I
neck until dead was an Interesting
par tif the HighlaTidcrs proguimmd
today None of the players had over
seen a legal execution and through
local Influences of Home of the news
paper men rhiey were permitted to en
Joy tho gru som > Jlsht Several bulked
when It came to a show down but
Chase Williams Thomas McUuIre
KePcr Noodles HiUm Yenser
Daugherty and three of the war cor
respondents were game
As the black cap was adjusted ami
the nyKro minister said the final prayer
Thomas turned sick to his stomach
and It was 23 for his Even old Jim
MoQiilro wanted to get out and as the
ttap fell sending the unfortunate
criminal to eternity many Highlanders I
had their faces turned to the wall The
murderer made a confession on the gal i
lows and HA Chose can ope it it word I
for word
Jimmy WllllaniH proved the nerviest I
man of the lot He walled until the
body won ut down so he could see
tha murd rcrj face Following the
iuigln Grlfllili put the teams through
a spirited practice at the ball park
They are rapidly GettIng In shape and
will be In fairly good condition for the
game tomorrow with Birmingham
Roundsman Craig attaohed to the
e t One Hundredth street station
had a half holllay He rented from
an automobile company In Harlem s
big doublesealed machine The con
cern sent along one of Its own drivers
clnoo Craig knew little or nothing
about handling a car The driver was
Alex Cummings of No J3J West On
Hundred and Ninth street
At Craigs home No6 West One Hun
dred and Second street the auto plcked
up Mrs Craig a rather pretty woman 1
of thirtysix years and the three chit J
i en of the household Howard eleven j
Lloyd five and Jeonette three The
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father sat In front with Cummings The
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others filled the tonneau So arranged
the happy party stalled up Jerome ave j
nue bound for Westcliester
Presently another automobile ranged
up alongside and a race ensued First
one car led then the other Finally the
opposing car drow ahead nnd suddenly
without warning cut across Just In
front of Craigs auto To avoid a ooll
llslon with the other maohlna Cum
minK swerved sharply Headon he
flashed Ms car straight into an Iron
tivilltv pole Just where Ono Hundred i
and Seventysecond street crosses the
avenue
At this point the trolley poles stand
single tile In the middle of the drive 4
fil1nkln tlit right of way of the car
tracks i
The shock of the collision flung Mrs
Craig over the chauffeurs head She
fell twenty tet awa against the curb
splitting her skull open Tho little girl
dropped near her Craig and the driver
were likewise pitched out The little
boys remained In the car but they
were thrown so violently against the
back of the front seat that both be
came Instantly unconscious
Craig staggered to his feet tottered
to where his wife lay bleeding kissed
her and fell senseless by her side
Policeman MrGtiwIey of the High
brljjje station Thomas Murohy pro
lrlcior of a roadhouse and neighbors
ared for the six victims until Dra
Oanz and Taft arrived In on ambu
lance from Fordham Hospital
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LATE RESULTS AT FAIR GROUNDS
Fifth Aurumaster 710 Cashier 45 place Rainland
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AT CITY PARK
FifthFlying Raincloud 710 Little Wally 11 pi Trouere
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MICHAELS CANT GET JOB BACK
The Appellate Division of the Supreme Court today handed
jown a Decision in the case of William M Michaels against
3orough President Ahearn Michaels was moved as Super
ntendent of Sewers on Jan 4 1904 and sued tor reinstate
nent The Court holds the office is not protected by Civil Ser
vice and hat Michaels was not exempt from summary removal
This decision secures Alderman John V Coggey who now
holds the job
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DRIVER HURT WHEN RUNAWAY COLLIDES
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George fleid thirtyone years old a driver ofNo 50Wil
et street was taken to Flower Hospital this afternoon sull
ering from a possible fracture of the skull His horse ran
way and swung the wagon agaiist an L pilla1 at Fortyfifth
street and Third avenue Reid was hurled fropijis atanJ 4
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