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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916.
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LELIATiON LIKELY
RI RAILROAD STRIKE
Tliroi MoiiiIjph of Ft'ilornl
lo lie Ifrro To-day
to Soi'U I'caco.
SIDES SEr.il AVUYLIXCt
rev coni. of ioo.ooo Wovit-
Voic Wnlkonl Wil-
y,iy Intervene.
ers
son
McMInn In tlio threatened bis rail
ro . I -. ii seemed ti be In tho nlr yon
t r1 cc mo n nfter the nrinniine..m nt
(it ir. rn injt tneetlnr; if re-uresentntlviri
of r "i jec nml the rond. that 61 per
re of the 100.00 members jf tho four
ood h. il voted to Btrll;o If
I wro not Rrunlod. They
it .hour tiny an. I time and a
Uric.
viniiiTtoa enma word that
in L. . nhcrs ami 1. V.
Rho Jut" i"ltlrit tin- switch
lon, nml .'iidKe M irt.n A.
'! .I'ederi I Mosul nf Media-
iioltl itlotj
v York t
TI.C-V (Ml
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Our 4&
GUARANTEED MORTGAGES
urib'orco the most rigid scrutiny
by our exports before being ef-
le.zQio clients. Alienism turn
mry make their own ixim
tr.sKlon of properties before
purchasing.
LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO.
RICHARD M. IIUriD, President
Capltol,5urplus ft Pr.$3,000,000
10 Liberty St.,N.Y. 184 Montague SI..Jtk-;.
STRIKES SETTLED
ON 3 MORE LINES
C'onllniint from first Page.
benefit nerocliulon cannot bo altered ex
ropt by a two-thirds voir at a Fpccl.il
meelliiK of the nKsoclntlon tho inaklin
of tho chance herein eticRcstcd will, of settlement, which. In the public Interest,
nnd 109,000,000 fmRndngors who travelled
on free transfers Tho result was that
our actual receipts a passenger Instead
of being C cents a trip wcro actually a
llttlo under 3 cents a trip.
"It being Impossible! to Increase tho
5 cent fare, ono posslblo other way which
the company can meet Increased finan
cial burdens is through relaxation by the
city of some of the burdens It Imposes
upon the railroad company.
Company geek Ilaeniittlona.
"We have to pay out, for Instance,
every year approximately $400,000 to
1500,000 for paving tho streets Inside
and nlongnlde our car streets. That la
reiiulrcd of us by the city.
"Wo aro also required to remove the
snow on tho streets whero our tracks
run. That expense averages or $100
000 a year, and Is required of us by the
city.
"Wo also pay the city as license for
running our cars approximately $20,000
a year.
"Our taxes amount to upward of moro
than $1,000,000 n year. That Is required
of us by the public.
"If therefore, public officials. In their
rapacity as representing tho broad In
terests and convenience of the public,
plnco upon us additional burdens, we do
not think It Is asking too much to re
quest the cooperation of these ofllclals In
assisting us to meet tho Increased ex-
pene Incident to carrying out tho strike
I vi
.l
tourso bo entirely subject to tlio ;ti
l.rovnl or disapproval of Its members,
v.lm now number upward of 10.000 men."
It uas contended Uy the director of
tlio Now York UallfAys Company yes
terday that nrccptn; of the terms of
t itloment hail not comniltt.d them to
iv.'osnltinn of the union. However. It
sas admitted at the company's, ollices
re leaving list that If tbvlr etr.plojccs came to them
.t In toj. h with with grievances they could not refuse to
t step In legally triat with them, even tlioiu;li they knew
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I1 i by e.th. ? .1e. : the ronmlalnants were the elected leaders
it! of J.uboi Wilson, nho has ; of the union local...
ie r mom,' ihj utiluly tal'dm: j Theso locals will be formed, and of-
"i bleu, left li-- Iljtel fontl- . fleers elected for Manhattan to-n.;lit. for
noy artrr ,t j r w aliloe. i t'ir. Third Avenue to-morrow night and
le w.M jn.
laon. r"f
to mediuti'
ion by t"
despite tV
roads yr-!
Is no do
tvene. v
bitty el.-
.i full rfpert to
. tary Wllruti has
; Tederal lio.ird
exi rrssnd desire
.1 v to settle the
t lYeFldent WII
r .a.ls iloubt In-
can prevent the
btl ...o l ..s.i y.
terday iiornlng's meeting
undo It . ireiu tint they
f ke won:.! , . fir rented. A.
i, prrsld, ' of the Coir.ue
n nll: "No j-ane i.iin would
il li en on a fo'r ba;," and
' Tl.e union leaders renlUe
-Itiuty and will not rail a
lire t.nn).N fur
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r.imiuilti-i' of the rair,as,
'. ' ttU- jft.r (lie morning troci
t ni inii.tr. nt tn.it he . as
t "Ciws ' oji e!e to prevent the
i vu'iM p.ralze tl.e count: y.
p. he'd ai the r.ninet-rini
'. f,'. 2S West Thirty-ninth
ii.ein tliis cimrnul t and
of t..e four biotherho ds.
. i w.v ami.uhlo to a degree.
i following overwhelming ref
. 1 c to ftr.l.-e.
od of Locomotive i:nslner.,
nt. to i'l-i!. -; Or.ler of nail
tors, pt rent, to s'rike:
1 of lt.n!ay riremen. SS.oa ;
1 of Ral'.way Trnmnun, a":
. 85.
to you." raid Chaliman
i Mr. tiee when he had read
. . 1 told also that. Uif pereent
'. Southeast and Vut.l who
1 --Ike v:a 1 'gi.cr than 1.1 th
i nr.w lciiw vh.-: the m n
t !'o pru tlou of an eight
y nd overtime. I want to buy
-: he glad to take up a settle
" b i:s rf mod'flc-ai.on of the
ni'' -tts of the roads cavi
' . i ;i-.ni.l Ust (.prints. At no
o.r s!U pn.-iiiti.(l any deil
' in. If y. u w ;i prc-cnt a
. p opi, ,tlou we will discusa it."
3i. lungers la 5eslii.
' lien ast e.l en a-!Ji trnment
i .-i thnt t 9 nu.i..i: 14 C011M
m:o:r. ot. mid s-e If It
f'.rth a ninfllfleil prrpos.il.
r gr.ri.i-il, nml tuo rail-
ut on e went Into y .
ir !ng.laMed late, and afW
i' Kild tho me-i p'olmb'y
' ' 'In lo-dny to firbitmte.
1. I It they did not l'rcnldent
' 1 ' a h.nnl.
. .Ir.g Werrcn S. Kione.
f ' t..e es'.ii. r , ami T .n
1 1 fio tlret. in ,.ild that I:
' ". ap lo i,i rtlliii.ul nie'i
r 1 r;ri':.i v.'.s t - 'l.-tl. lluth
u.;al ; 1 out ..rb, .ration.
.11 iot suppr.rt veM rduy frrm
" ". . f-'unuii ri.ii.ipe'-i, presl
.1 Ameni' 1 Kifle. 11:011 of I.a
ttre b. .t;n'rlio.ds y.-st. r.lay
1 ff lcrat... 1 ru, d behind te
i p:. -, its sm, uhy
' 't in f.e:r f'sht for It wliethir
no 11 y 10 K:r;!-."
n-Iiy f. Mm. .u of t:io union;
' Jwst-rM-iv frun many Con
. . aur...; Hum t... y v.im'd nut
" ' y i.j.' 1 w . 1 "p.w 1 1
1 n.ll . tl. .1 . y w 1 1 :i
' 'i y vrroti in 1 m- ; to
.i.l till" Ul '.nni. T 10H vl.o
i ... !'. 'ii'.oi.i 'i ii'-nnii sn.if.
1 ..um -miii K.Mi.is, 'J'inibit
' 1 'M und Ti''o:'.
! i.'.l.. w.ll in, tinip prop-. i.
I', o. Imli t: ,h mi' inn;; at llic
' o f . .. r..ii.j.iu.
the men of The Ilronx on Friday nlsht.
PInce Monday nlitht, when the labor
Ftrlfc ended, more than a thousand men
have Joined the unions. The leaders
v ould n'it tell In llqurrs how many of
t!irf.e were pithered from the working
fiir"s of the Interborouifh or the II, II. T.
Kffnt ns mnde to learn If any of the
tranelt lines were throwing obstacles In
the path of tho unions' local growth, but
si far a? could be nscrtalnrrt the New
York Hallnnys, the Third avenue, the
Feeond nvenuc nnd other lines, have
reconciled themselves to tho prosrostlng
unionization.
Nevr Task for Mayor Mltrhel.
ITovever, In the oftlces of the New
Ynr't Hallways Company It was made
r;i;.aretit that the directors look to
Va-nr Mltrhel and Oscar S, Straus, head
.t the Public Scvlc Commission, to re
1 xve them of rome of their bunle ns. even
1" the removed loads have to be lifted on
t' r backs of Now Yotk taxpayer".
Pr.-'iJent Theodore P. Phonts of the
New York Hallways Company discussed
this feature In a statement Pent out lai-t
1 Ifihr In which lie said :
"Pome questions hnvo been raised as
to tke meanlnr; of two paragraphs In the
f tnterr..'tit announcing the settlement of
the strike. These paragraphs were:
" 'It should also be understood that
the nrrremcnt arrived at may Involve
i.creaeil financial burden upon this
1. in" any. The company is not yet able
to pnv the full Interest on Its lionds. al
tl orc'i twice In the pa-t year It has In
tirn".l the wases of lt mcii.
" 'We have nreordlngly nked the co
enerntlon of the Mayor and Public Ser
.cp C I'mb -ltin In assisting us to meet
t 'eh Increased expenses as may be clue
ti- carrying out tho agreement now ar-
tlvtd at.
Itonds of ff t, 000,000 nntstnnitlnar. ,I.hIiik Complete Vacation
"Th fav.ir nnd tho chairman of the W ATrrrrowN, N. .. Aug. S. Pecre
P'lbllc Porvlco Commli-slon were very tary of ptate Itnbert Lansing left here
iTiairter.t unon the point that tho Inter-! to-nUht for Washington after a month's
1 U of the r'-''1Hc ,,f ?s''w Vorlc lie- vacation ut Henderson Harbor. Ho will
mirdeii immeiil.ite setiiemeni 01 tiieinr ,11 -ew iotr ciiy iur u enori nmo 10
they urged us to occept."
V. 8. C. Will Hear Trnnilt Appeal.
Chairman Ptraus, when questioned
about this Intention of tho company to
dem-ind some return for Its ncqulesccnce
In tho strike settlement, said that any
application from the New York ltail
wayr. Company for exemptions from the
city would be taken up In tho ordinary
1 out ire of the Public Service Commls
slon' work,
Mayor Mltchel said any expectations
of the company would be considered
solely on their merits. He said.
"Mr. Cobb, one of the directors of tho
New York Hallways Company, said he
thought tho city and tho Public Service
Copuiv.sIon should cooperate with the
company to relievo the financial pres
sure. We told him that the question of
expense, should be brought up In tho
regular legal way through an appllca
t'on to the Public Pervlcn Commission
and disposed of on Its merits. We told
him tlio question was not a part of tho
arbitration and mediation conference."
Tl'o aftermath of the battle made by
Mayor Mltchel nnd Chairman Ptraus to
end tho car trouble brings with It
many ctorlcs of why and how the com
panies rurrrndered. So far as the au
thentic Information goes, three reasons
presented themelvcs to make tho llr.e
capitulate. These were: prospects of
Inadequate police protection, fear of cx
penes of fighting a long tttrlko and
dread of nntasonlstlc public opinion.
(Jne picturesque story, printed since
the conclusion of the arbitration pro
ceedings, had It that subpu-na servers
fr.nr the Public Service Commission
awaited directors of tho New York Uiill
wavs (V.rnpany to keep them In town
hhould they fall to sign.
CHILD LABOR BILL
PASSED BY SENATE
McnRuro Excludes Products of
Their Labor From Inter
state Commerce.
WAHttivoTOM, Aug. . The Senate to
day passed the bill to exclude from the
chnnnoln of Interstate commerce the
products of the labor of children under
the nge of 14 years, nnd under It If the
child be worked more than eight hours
day.
The measure Is one of the bills
espoused by the President, who made a
demand unon his party followers In the
Senate a few weeks ago that they pass
It. At that time several Southern Sena
tors had determined that the bill should
not be passed. The President's wishes
prevailed and the bill went through, E2
to 12.
republican Senators had goaded the
President's friends over the manifest re
luctance of the Democratic leaders to
net. The 12 votes cast against the bill
to-day' were Democrats except two, Pen.
rose nnd Oliver of Pennsylvania. Sena
tor llrandegee, Connecticut, was paired
against It.
The ten Democrats who voted "No"
were nankhead, Alabama : Bryan and
Fletcher, Florida: Hardwlck and Smith,
Oeorgla; Overman and Simmons, North
Carolina; Tillman and Smith, South
Carolina, and William, Mississippi.
Tho law will not become effective un
til a year after Its passage. Senator
Overman offered an amendment to ex
tend the time to two years after the
passage, but It failed by 42 to 14.
The passage of the child labor bill
marks the end of a fight which has ex
tended over many years. The bill al
ready has been passed by the House.
Democrats expect to use their record
on child labor legislation to great ad
vantage In the coming campaign, espe
cially In appealing for the support of the
Progressives.
The bill as passed would prohibit In
terstate commerco In the product of any
mine or qunrry In which children under
IS years of age have been employed, or
In the product of any mill, cannery,
workshop, factory or manufacturing es
tablishment In which children under 14
have been employed, or In which children
between 14 and It have been employed
more than eight hours a day, more than
six days a week, before 6 o'clock In the
morning or later than 7 o'clock In the
evening.
"EVENING MAIL" TO MOVE.
Leases ike Laptoa Balldlnsr From
the City for Five Years.
Tho Krrtiln.; Mail will soon move
from Its present quarters on IJroadway
No foundation ' nnu ' ""on street to the Lupton Hulld
evlsltc.l for this report. No PubHjni 23 to 27 City Hall place. The
MMie were outside the directors' room 1 Ma" and Express Company, owners of
on Monday night and 110 coercion of any
klnu was attempted by Mayor Mltchel
AUTHOR AGAINST LABOR ALLY.
Xntistllntrs Fat or for llranon,"
Shjs Itoliert Underivootl Johnson.
ltobert Underwood Johnson, In a letter
to the Authors' League of America, yes
terday oppored the propocd afllllatlon
with the American Federation of Labor.
"My chief objection to the alliance,"
Johnson wrote, "Is that It would substi
tute favor for reason as a motlvo of
action."
COaX-HESS neabing zitd.
XaMidcpn
.-.mil. to-d.i
I ill nu 11
c-ntiovc-ry. Put we rccqnlzed very
eeirly that rettlrment upon the terms
tl.'y "propoe.l would probably Involve
r.i"i"",i n.mnclal burden uiwn thta
c m' -uiy
"The New York Hallways has out
fending approximately IIMOO.000 4
l'-r cent, bonis and approximately 30,
(fift.ona .', prr cent, incime bonds. Under
thi !rrnv of the mortgage the company
nuin rny out nil of Its net earnings
after 11 -"cstry woiklng reserves In tho
f .rni of inlrtrst on these S per cent,
liicrvj bond".
"Yet In no year since the reorganlia
t'on i f the New York Hallways has It
T" Id or earre.1 full Interest on such
b 'mK No illvldinils whatever aro paid
11 the company's stock. The property
as n tnitter of fact tins never yet yielded
a fair interest on its conservative bond
Imuo.
"Wo felt It only fair, therefore, to
brlii:; the financial arpocti of the situa
tion Immediately to the attention of
theo ulllcrrs representing the public.
If waf: aro to bo Increased somebody
must pay Iho bill and that fact ought
to I e candidly considered when the ob
1 v itlon Is being Incurred.
Pulley I'ollotrrd In Filmland.
"Tills was the policy followed In sct
t'lmr the Mngllrt Mrlke. In lull when
la- Prill, h Government agreed that
whatever burdens upxn the railroad
c.niiip'inlr.1 i-liould bo due to Increased
v.nsrcH (trowing out of that settlement
hurl 1 bo considered a Justification for
Ir'T' isf d rates.
"'.i matter what Increases In wages
or other expenses the street railroad
n 'i't meet, the public 11111 t be carried
rnv dlHatice for Iho r.'iits. The five
e 1 t far.' Is (.bout ns il ply Imbedded
ill tho hcblts of the Ame 1 nil people as
it, th" Constitution of tho United States.
"Though tho company N absolutely
Ignited to rharslng a 5 cent fare, tho
1 purchasing power of that nickel Is con-
niiiy (locri'UHiiig, 1 ne price or nearly
Nor
Hopeful of Adjournment
Fuvly In September,
At"r. f. TIu cac with
IlM.. t,l of the
' 11 10 in, -I. .v...... ..... 1.,... 1.. ..u... ....
onhVu H . . n,"y ,!'ps ,no s,rt'et r-MrotuX company ac
." . ,, ' " """"'"i ' lualiy receive a i rent rare tor every
in i cunt ml. .'.in, ra. ...1 tho , ,,.lt,.cnger carried. The New York Hall-
iff , '. .Ml .llJ.lt, III, ,., A.u K.llli:.) .li,
in of r ogrc.'.i a -.l j.r. ilial'iin. ono nrio passengers who paid full fare.
-..'Plemlier 1 t Sci-temhcr . I
i up
i -e hn itiflrt l.n rma ,'.'icad
i i ..lent . t.i K.. '. . r.m j-, iM.rt.i.
' I I 1' l"''t H 1 In t ill
Ui ui wi .fine to nu aim
In .y ItV-p . lit itlve Kit. in,
i , Mho iul in i all I u.i.
".Iwin to be prcM-itf, nt ili..r.i
h list vote on fie iro.. il to
I.e.; I.i.ii.l'ni; piVi?,i"ie .'.
iliu & ii.no nml ba'.Kul by tho
mzwes TARirr rosTronsD.
Jk n. it- (), nibrrtifs Would Walt
1 mil Km of Iho Wnr.
An ;. S I)iinocr its of
Kji.-.nea fonnnltte.) u re '1
..I ii. nt tu lb., r. '. i nuc lull ti
... iho oft.i'Ivo dali of the
. tt ft t.u ilT on coal tin1
tin- eio . i.f tho K.ir '! ri
..llein il il 'ii..itiv. t n. i"
. ..tl.'.. ).m ..'ul ii p. ., .
al tar products f.'-a of
loiia of the s.ar In t'n,-
'or.i.sltloas thpt wony the
run. V Is I'..' tux nil mu
tr ll'iilie i'. f.ie foiw.'"'!
pii.pqaal to I upot'c a tux
i of trinlln.; with a f .r' 'm
Tl.. was -uggnstiv.) of an
l ' ( pi ..ii' unrnl iin' oii
.-r 1 1 yi s liir.W.' il
r- t ' r a t ' v.- ' ti
i ' n,t i
' I .v .,iilil ho
i I v I m ll
' u T' Clin
' i i ' tr in '
ti ii us carefully
1 npiml,
I
Mm
Fur Coats Relined
With Skinner's Satin,
Special, $9.00
Your fur coats interlined,
relinrd with Skinner's guar
anteed satin, in any color you
choose, and we furnish a pair
uf satin-covered drena shields
to match, all for $9,00.
This is, we think, quite the
most liberal offer of its kind
now being made, and it for a
few days only.
Write or telephone for our
wajon to call and get your
oat now.
Mill to Mth St. Int. ti ja A.
morrow.
the paper, got the lease of the property
yotirday for five yi'ars from the city,
which owns It, and will move In as soon
as necessary alterations are made.
The Lupton Building wan built about
fifteen years ago for the V. M. Lupton
Company, nmg.iilne publishers, and was
taken by the city under condemnation
proceedings fcr the proposed new civic
centre. Tho property will not be re
quired for public purposes for five years.
The 7.'ieiilsy Jf nil's plana for moving
have been under way for several
months. New machinery and other
equipment have been purchased. In Its
new home the K renin a Hal! will have
approximately 34,000 square fed of
floor space, as against about half that
area In Its former home.
VICTORY ASSURED
FOR BIG NAVY PLAN
Chairman Padfjctt of House
Will Move to Concur in
r
Senate Amendments.
Washington, Aug. R. Administration
leaders believed to-night they had won
their fight for authorisation by Congress
of the big naval building programme, In
cluding four dreadnoughts and four bat
tle cruisers for HI", ns drawn up by
the Senate Naval Committee after con
ferences with President Wilson nnd Sec
retary Daniels.
Majority Leader Kltehln, In serving
notice to-day that he would call up the
bill In the House next Tuesday, an
nounced lhat Chairman Padgett of tho
House Naval Committee, one of those
who held out In conference against tho
Senate Increases, would move that tho
Senate amendments be n greed to.
Karller In the day Mr. Pndgett nnd
Senator Swanson, ranking Democrat of
the Senate committee, had talked over
the subject with President Wilson, who
Is understood to havo reiterated his be
lief that authorisation of the larger pro
gramme wns Imperative.
Senator Swanson said to-night that the
leaders had made a careful canvass of
the situation and were confident that tho
Senate's personnel Increases and con
tinuing building progrommo would be
accepted by the House along with the
building Increases for 1917. A call was
sent broadcast to absentee ltepresenta
tlves to be on hand fcr the vote Tuesday.
in maKing nis announcement to the
House the majority leader said separate
rollcalls would be taken on the Senate
amendment Increasing the capital ships
for next year from four to eight, on the
proposal for a general construction pro
gramme, on provisions for Increased
numbers of submarines, destroyers and
other vessels besides those of the capi
tal class, on the three year continuing
programme, on the personnel Increases
and on an appropriation of 11,081,000 for
a dry dock nt Charleston, 8. C.
That Chairman Padgett would make, a
motion to concur In these amendments
came as a surprise to opponents of a big
naval programme. They would not con
rede defeat and sent out appeals to ab
sent members urging them to return
Tuesday nnd Insist on the House au
thorizations. Senator Swanson says he
has no doubt that tho Senate naval pro
gramme will bo approved.
With final action on the naval bill
near the Senate approved to-day with
out debate the conference report on the
1157,000,000 army appropriation bill,
which will be called up and acted on In
the Houso to-morrow. A favorable vote
Is expected before adjournment at night,
after which the measure will go to the
President.
If expectations of Administration lead
ers are borne out the naval bill will be at
the President's desk within two weeks,
end national defence legislation, under
taken as the salient feature of tho Sixty-fourth
Congress, will have been con
cluded with appropriations aggregating
approximately ItJS.OOO.OOO to carry It
Into effect.
larger naval programme for your coun
try certainly Is Justified by the Inability
to place perfect confidence In the canal s
availability on account of slides now
and then.
"It appears that your naval experts
have duly considered this point In mak
ing provision for 157 additional ships,
Including sixteen capital ships, in a pro
gramme to e completed within the next
three years. With your present strengtn
such an addition will Indeed place you.'
power on the sea next to that of
Urltaln."
A. B. STTCKNEY SERIOUSLY ILL.
Foamier of Chicago Great Western
Railway Ilelleved Near to Death.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 8. A. II. Stick
ney, founder of tho Chicago Great West
ern Hallway and builder of several rail
roads. Is serlouely III at Ills home here.
Ills son, S. C. Stlckney, assistant gen
eral manager of the Krlo lint, lias been
summoned.
Mr. Stlckney, who Is 70 yearn old, has
been In falling health for years. Illness
caused hie resignation In 1908 as presi
dent of the Orent Western.
t.rtltnbro Case Closed,
Wasiiinotok, Auff. 8. American con
suls In Italy having advised tho State
Department that no Americans were
aboard the Italian mall liner l-vtlmbro,
chased and sunk by a submarine In the
Mediterranean, officials said to-day that
no further Investigation would be made.
So far as this Government is concerned,
It wns stated, tho Incident Is closed.
100 Pinks arelt Trniisfer.
Wasiiinoton!, Au-r, R. Arguments '1
i'i i" iii.iiiu iiuiuiu inu reiier.ll Hlt.ffv.
Hoard to-day by rNiresetitatlM s nf Imnkn
III southeastern Wisconsin ami lb., north,
ern peninsula of Michigan mtpiiunlrK
their petition for transfer from t.ie Mn.
neapolls to tho Chicago Federal leerve
district. About ono hundred bank ari)
Involved,
1
PER MONTH ON PLEDGE
xo OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
MANHATTAN.
Fenrth Avrnut, cor, illh Strtet
Eldrldge Street, cor, Rlvlngten Rt
Tenth Ave., bet. 41th aad 41th ata,
Lexington Ave., cor. 114th Street
Orand Strstt, car. Clinton Btrset
East 7id St.. bt. Lexington A Id Ave
Ktst Heutton St.. eer. Eassx St.
BKONX.
Ceurtlandt Ave., cor. 141th Strt.t.
IIROOK l.XX.
Smith St. cor. Mvlngiton St,
arsham Avenue, cor. Dtbevelts St.
Pitkin Avenue, cor, llockaway Ave,
PKH CENT. CHAIt(li:il ON
l I.IIANM Ul.l'All) WITHIN
Jt TWO WRRK8 PUOM IIATK
PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND ACADEMIES
HoaellBl to Vl.lt Bias Bin.
Hnudlnl. the "handcuff king," will
give an exhibition of his skill In escap
ing bonds and fetters before spectators
In Sing Sing prison to-morrow night
SECOND PLACE FOR U. S.
Senate PI am Will aire It. flaya sir
Crprtaa Bridge.
London, July 21 (by mall). The Sen.
ate's naval programme for the United
States la a modest one In the opinion of
Admiral Sir Cyprian Rrldgr, retired, one
of England's greatest naval experts and
counsellors.
"The action of your Government seems
timely," said Admiral Bridge. "I have
been one of those who consider the
Panama Canal n an even greater as.et
for defensive purposes than for com
mercial advantage, and I believe that a
uiiiiiiiiimiittitiiii
aleJaKadaaS
The New Series Franklin
Here is the solution for motorist of America of tlafficult meclsuiical prob
lem that b aifttng the attention of serae of the worWs greatest engineer
lod?y' rF?ih7 wh,en Franklin Company has eliminates! m the
Series 9 Franklin 400 pounds from an alreeeV sdeatifioHg ht-weifht car is
an achievement that is five years in advance of current engirseering practice.
.OR 15 years the principles of scientific
light-weight have been studied, de
veloped and built into Franklin ears.
T!m achievement in weight elimination,
in: rk -d by the New Series Franklin, is
basctl on the knowledge of how to cut down
the forces which wear out a car not mere
weight cutting.
Making the Franklin car resilient instead
of rigid is the reason for the Franklin al
ways being the lightest car in its clas the
cheapest to own and operate, the easiest,
safest and most comfortable to run.
MIE Franklin car holds the world's
record for tire economy and gasoline
economy.
The New Stries Franklin Car will deliver its
owner 17 per cent, more tire economy and
to per cent, more gasoline economy than the
Franklin cars which established these world's
records.
The Franklin car is acknowledged to be
the easiest riding car in the world.
The New 5mi Franklin Car is a smoother
rolling, easier riding, easier controlled car
than any of its predecessors.
HERE in the New Series Franklin is
a full-size five-passenger car weigh
ing only 22H0 pounds.
Ifow has it been done? Note the alumi
num in body, mudguards, engine base, nil
pan, transmission case and cover, rear axle
gear case 150 aluminum parts in all.
YOU will be interested in seeing how
a given amount of metal has been
redistributed and a stronger part
produced, or a less amount of metal used
and a part equally strong produced.
Then the reduction of friction! Ballbear
ings, the closest approach to frictionles$
mechanism, are usea everywhere.
a With all this weight saving and elimina
tion of "drag" comes greater ability at less
expense, mere comfort, greater safety a
saving of tremble and dollars.
THE New Series Franklin incorpor
ates all the established principles of
Franklin construction: Six-cylinder
direct-air-cooled engine; full-elliptic springs
front and rear; wood chassis frame; flexible
drive through the springs; large tires (cord
type).
Built in eight types: Touring Car, $1850;
Runabout, $1800; Four-passenger Roadster.
$1850; Cabriolet, $2650; Sedan, $2750;
Brougham, $2700: Limousine, $3000; Town
Car, $3000.
An inspection of the car now on our sales
room floor will make these points plain.
Driving it will open up a new conception of
motoring pleasure.
Franklin Motor Car Co.
GLENN A. TISDALE, rVita
1848 Broadway, at 61st Street, N. Y.
Talaphons) Columbus 75B8
1-OB 1IOY9 AND VOUNO MEN.
NOTRE DAME. tag.
UNIVERSITY OF
NOTRE DAME
NOTRE DAMH, INDIANA
PnllasA Twenty-one courses
VOIiege. leading to degree.
Hoard and Tuition $400 per year.
Preparatory School. p"
St. Edward's Hall JSS
boys. S2S0 prr year.
Infarasatlon may be obtained at the
NEW YORK OFFICE
f the Unltercltv at
AOS Firill AVKNtC
TELEPHONE MUHUAY DILI. Stt.1
NKWHVKUU-ON-Ht'IMON, N. V.
MOUNT ST7 MARY'S
ACADEMY.
Newburrh-on-lludiMtn, N. Y.
Honltn ictiool for young ladlti anil
little glrli, whore they may enjoy 111., com
fort, of nome wnn rectiving a cultured
and prsetlonl education,
uonauctm ey allien or ine Dominican
Onlnr.
Hmlilered by the New York State Rdu
rational Dept Churtnrtd by Urgent! of
N. Y. Uttlr I'nlvrrxlty,
For further rrtlculn write Mother
Ruptrlor.
FOR DOYH AND YOtINO MEN
CLAMON FOINT New York.
ft int. Cttkellt tnrfltt A Day SaM.I.
Dlrartnl br tin rtirMltn BiMhen Lortlnl
within In rnriroiit el I In rltr. eantrttl
1 brtultful Ill-ten Pwk, bofrtr)ni on Ur I
U. MN. ..Ml... nUMIMI. . ,"WTW , U( Win,,
mi buiimm: cenuuui niiimi ifauiuii.
miuunr illKlpllm Air AUMIn. Sill, ,
mr tprni Hrpi. uv cutlet IMiM, ,
RCV. BROTHER assiST, Olrerter.
viim rein nittry attstay,
llnul, Nra vert city.
I'KNNlMiTON New Jerney.
THE PENNINGTON SCHOOL
Hmlnrted by tho Sttte llutnlt of N.Y., N.J., l'a.
Prepares fur hII collegrt nnd terlinlcnl
thuol.. to mint, from N. Y. TSlh tar
begliut Srpt. aoth, t!Ue. Write
lilt. FHANK MAI IIAMKI..
Heailmuiitrr, llax A, I'KNMMITU.M. N. J.
FOR (JIRI.H AND YOUMI WOMEN.
NEW YORK CITY, New York.
LOYOLASCHOOI
PARK AVE. A S.1D UT. "
A private prenarttory M'riool directed by
JK81IIT KATIti'.KN, 17th Jear iMielna Sept. 37.
Itev, J. Haveni Klehtrdt. S. J 1'rlnclptl.
Addrme Itev. 1'. K. U'tloruiau. n. j 1'rlncJptl.
MONROE Mlchlgaa.
Balat Marr'a Celleae aad Aradeav.
Monro. Michigan.
Per yonng womtn and glr!. Celtege
empnwrrtd to grtnt degrees and Htatt
ttaeh.rt etrtlfleatet. Acadtmr a tilah
ackoot of reregr.li'd atendard. I
I Preparatory foundation for Literary.
I Commercial and Vocational depYrtmonta. i
Comervaiorr of Mu.le. Inmrum.nlal. Volet .
eullurt. Hchool nf art. advanr.it and nor
I rnl conrtea. School of eTpr.,lon. Ctr- 1
i ttSeatea granted. Domratlc Hrltnca. Fur
Ibar Inrormatlon addrtM th Dlrtctraaa.
FREEIIOLI New Jrrtey.
Freehold Military School
Tor J irlfct voting Low. Jutt enouih of
the military traltiltiir to Inculrato hnhll. of
obedience, prtirnptii.tt, ordfrllnei. nml telf.
rtlUnce. Ftudy and play carefully tuper
vit.d. One teacher to eight bo a. "Thetchoot
vkltti the rrrwwl toiKh." Tor eatnlor ait
drru Majur C'uarlee M. Duncan, Doi M,
Freehold. N. J.
HACK F.N SACK Mew Jersey.
newmaFschool
The Catholic School for Boys
Write for Catalogue
Very Ret. S. W. Fit, S.T. D., Rector
Hackensack, N. J.
UIOHT8TOWN New Jeney.
For Ibe all. around ed
ucation of manly boyt.
Alhleile tnorta W-a-ra
camput Preparer, for rol.rge and butlntat
life Ixiacr bchnol for boy. lrnni 11 lo It.
ROUKU . HWETIIM). Ilcailmatler.
JSox A. 11., IllibUtawu. .S. J.
PEDDIE
WHEEMNO Weal Tlrglala.
W1IKEMVO. WIOT VIROIVI.
Mount Do Chantal
Academy.
Academy for Olrla.
Acvad.my tor girlt ronducled br Blattrt
f tbe VI. nation, tttabllihed Rlgbl
Ravtrand llliho-p of Wl.ttllng. Prcaldani of
Uatchool. btudltt relumed Htpttmbtr U'.a.
For caialogu. apply tu Iht Ulr.ctrtaa
NEW YORK'S
PRIVATE
SCHOOLS
YOl'NtS AILN and hots.
HAMILTON I.NHTITL'TK FOR IIOIS.
Illi SI, and V. i:, Ave. Tel. t02 Hutr.
Stth year begin. October aet in I,
CertinratloD for - imlrrrtltlra anil c-uli-f-i
TRINITY m:llllll 117 W. Mil ki7
Knuniliil 17i).
Twelve yearaof School liil'reparatlnnnir'T.il.
lege. ZO'.lh year begin. Monday. Mept. 23in.
DERKKI.EY-IRVINO SCIIIHII..
"From I'rlimiry tn t'nlli-Kr" i m
PwUn'ir Pool, rtc 37th ye.tr op.i , 1. 1
th. 10V-ii V mrd HI. Tel. l'a 1
MctllinieT Reliool, llrll Nlile V.M.I t,
31ft W. .',7th Ht, Phono ('oliitnl.ut 7'i.'o.
I'repan-a fur colleire ami for lif.
A ne day aebu.il Hith tl-.tlni.tlx. fitluna
iiaiinaiid nciiiKti. roii novs.
riel.Utoii. Ilnl ?l2i St llora mir rt
main all day. In. ludlne Sal'y. Mtniy h'nir,
Trunlt ( 'ourta. Ath. I'leld. Klnd'g to Col..(a.
Tlie School Where ReeiiriN rc Mn.lf.
I.earn In Cunerntriil-.
Clark Sebiiiil for I'olMi-iitrnth.n,
i,19 Meat loth .!., '-, V, ('. I rl. ;4 C(..
Mr. COiri'.NTIlIf Xf'lHHii fr l-.OTS
Sin :HS Went Und ve. T,. I'nl, 411).
1 lie lilth year 1 eglnt Oetnlier i. 1'UiI.
Outdoor ereiriMM I JU tu I all mu-r
for f;ini.s and yorvi. mumhn,
HAMILTON INSrlTI'Tl: l lllt (,I.H.
Ilhenliln l)rle nu.l imth .Ireci Svm mi
city, a thoroughly equipped. Ling miab
lltlied tchiKil,
iiir.nAiiNAitu fciKio:. run diiti.a.
Kindergarten to Cell-ve. c ra.luace. in
hading Collegia. "..viiini.luni ami 'IVanli
L'ataloguo. 421 West HMh Mrcct.
RAttNAKD Ht'llllOL OF IIIII SKIIOI.il
AUTH. 82li W 7iMli SI Training r.i.- h.iint
maticra. DreMinakln; ilcik-nlng, latlli.
Pery, cooking, aecouiiti. Til, '.ij'li Sen j"
EJIMITSBlnc Maryland.
St. Jeaeph'a College and Aeadeai.
Emmltiburg, Maryland.
Faunded 1101. Chartered till.
Cenducttd by the Sl.t.ra of Charity at
Balat Vlncant da Paul. Collitra Incornoratal
ndar the lawa ot Maryland with full I
ewtr lo cen'er colleglata degree.. Colleg. I
and Academy Heal.t.red by th. ITnlvertlty I
ef Ihe Ptale of New York and Iti. Stale
vearda ot Education ef Penn.ylvanla and
Laultlana. Sand far lllutlrutad catalogut
this DirtM'Toitr appi:iks imiit
A Sl'MIAY. IMH:h ON IIIHM I'.sl.
i itt: st'iiooi . m.i.i:iii;.Mi i ttu-
III IIKAl', N. T. SfN. N.V. t.'ITl
BORHENTUWN New Jeney.
IIORDKNTOWN MILITARY INSTITUTE
Thorough courses, able teacher, excellent
dl.clpllno and healthful ettuatlon. Prcparutloti
fiirc..lUveorbiiliiw. i rite fur catalogue. The
l'riut'ipal. Ilunieulowu-oii-thtljelaware, N.J.
LAlKMTOVTh New J.raay.
I SIR APtnrUV "eneral education and
BLAinAbAUCJTll Coliega Preparatory.
Ctrtlltcata privilege. New gymnaaluni olib
running track. C.tnlog. JUIIN C. HHARrE,
IX.D.. Uaadmaater. Beg V. Blau-aluwa. N. J.
CANTON Okie.
Colleqe and Academy of
the Immaculate Conception
MOUNT MARIA. CANTON. OHIO.
Chartered by tht Mute ot Ohio and am
owarad te confer the dtgraca Dachelor of
Aria. Uachelor of Phlloaopby, Uacbelsr t
Science and Uachelor of Mualc lllll).
Furiiier Inrormatlon gladly glvaa by tat
Dlrtclrtta.
OSSlNINtl-ON-HUIISON, New York.
OSSININO SCHOOL FOR OIRLS
Suburban lo Ne orU lrciaratnry, Voev
llonal, Art. Muii', ami Homo Making Couraet.
Gardriung and Horlli ullure iib year Mod
ern building. In a teii.iere park, btparalm
Aoal" for youngtr otrlt Year HnuW on rcijueat.
Clara f. Fuller, Principal. Martlra J. Nara
more, A.tH'lali Prim luaJ, Box HI, Ottlnlng-ea-lludton,
N. Y.
CMM1T8UIRO Marylaaa.
MOUNT SAINT MARY'S
Cellege and Ereletlaatlral Hemlaaiy,
Emmltaburg. Maryland.
Faundtd itui. Conducted by aeealar
Clergyintn, aided by Lay Profetiora,
Ceuraae
Freparatory, Commercial, Sclentlfla.
Claaalcal, Eccletla.iRal. Separata depart
ment for young boya.
Addreta Hlgtit Key. Montlgnor
B. J. BRADLEY. LU D.. Praaldaat.
Mary Immaculate School of Raale Park.
Ootlnlng-nn-lludtuA. N. Y.
A atlect boarding and day academy for
mirm r-h.i.l.r.11 liv IK. llt.lv.r.l.w nf Ik.
Stale of New York. For further partlpulare
aauraaa Bitter nuparier.
FORT DEPOSIT Maryland.
The Tome School
An Kniomi rrtparatory School
Offer, the l.e.t poa.llile preparation for col
lege or technical achoul, Tbo rcn.t beauti
ful anil completa tctaaol building and
groumla In America.
Tbomaa H. Raker, l'b. D.. Tort Depealt. Md.
MERCF.RsnL'RO reantjlTnnla.
The Mercersburg Academy
FOR BOYtt. Marrenbarg, Pa,
Fend for catalogue to
Wm. Mann Irvine, Fh, 11., U. D.,
lleadmaater, Bex 141.
BROOKLYN New Tata.
ST. JOHWSCOLLEGE
Lewi, a Wllloughby Ayea.. Breeklya. N. Y.
lliafe tbe vlaco lo educate your boy.
Clatalcal, cltnlinc. commercial, engineer
ing, pedifog Ice! and musical courtee.
ST. BON A VENTURE F. O., CATTABAV.
Ota UOUNTY New York.
St. Benafentve'e ('allege and ftemlaarr.Bt.
Baaavtnturt F. O. (Cattaraucut Co.), N. y,
Ceurtea Commercial. Aoademlo, Celleglaia
and TkteloglcaL
WtlKT MONROE YUrtnta,
I.D POINT COMFORT COLLEOB,
Fort Monroe. Virginia.
A bearding and day tchool for boya
Ceuraae
High flcbeel, Cemmrrrlal, rreparatery.
For Information
BROTHER ANTONINUS, Dlrecter.
WASHINGTON tnttrict ef Celaaakea,
THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
el America. Weablngtoa, ll. c.
Etlalill.lird by the Holy . Dlrteteg ky
tke Epltcopate of tht United Statee.
Far Information apply to Right Htreread
THOMAS 1, All All AN. D, D., Recter.
DANVERH MsaearbueetU.
ST. JOHN'S PREPARATORY COLLEOE.
Dam era, Maae.
Conducted by tho averlan Rrothare and
approved by hit Eminence William Car
Slnal O'C'onnell, Conceded by all I bt the
I lading Catholic Frtparalory School In Ntw
-iW!Vft...w,i,,.Jar estelegue BHOTMKH
ElSJAMln. A. M.
BELMONT North Cart Una.
elmeiit Abbey College, Belmont, N. C. A
elect boarding tchool. Colleglata. Academic
and Commercial Utpta. through eeurets,
bisk standard.
MONT VERNON New Uaaapiklra.
U..M.t.L..IU.Hll'Mi.. w la -i-t.....
nHIIIIIMIIIIIIIIinillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIItlllllllllllllHIIIIIMlilllllll ,bu.lns.ehpr
I rrs-Catalog. Artknry jUtsrs.VsrasWjlJi.
BHE.VI WOOD New York.
ST. JOSEPH'S IN-THF.-PINE3
BRENTWOOD, NEW YORK.
Boarding and day acbool for young ladle
and little girl. Preparatory, colleglata.
Special courata In Art. Vocal and Inttru
antnltl Mutlc.
BUFFALO New York.
MOUNT MERCY ACADEMY. BafTal. N. Y.
The eouree eml-rar.e thraa ri.nirlm..l.
Primary. Intermedial and Academic. Pupil
r an aenoininationa art aamittta. For
ptrtlculart tddreaa Mother Superior,
FOR (illtLs AND Vill'Mi V(IMI;n.
TARRYTOWN-ON-IU'IISON Naw
MARYMOUNT
Tarry lunu-uii-lluil.uii. .in Ia.l
Addreta the Uat cieud Motber fur partlcu'lara
WAMIINIiTirN, D. C.
Imnweulala Seminar. , Mount Marian
VVaatilnBti.il. I. '. lllsh iiiiv i irbjii
tchool Iur Klrl. Wrlie tu Slater Si.re'.urr,
Dept. M, for lurtk-iiiura.
MARLBORO Mattachuwtta.
ST. ANN'S ACADEMY, Marlboro, Maaa.
Conducted by theMieraof St. Ann. A mi.c!
bearding and day tchool for oung jiJim
and glrle. Write fur booklet tflet.r aupariai.
ARUM.TON UBIOHTS Matearbueellt.
. MarycIlfT Academy, Arlington lleljh'a
Mate. A .elect college preparatory buarj.
Ing and day tchool for eirlt. Write far
particulate Mother auptrlor.
CANADA.
LORETTO AnHEY. TOROVTO, CANP
Collcie Coiirtetan.l degree! of I'mr of Toronit
LORRTTO CONVENT. Nl All Alt A FALLS.
DtllgUlful alluatlou. auperlur educutuo.
LAW SCHOOLS.
NEW YORK CITY, New York.
NEW YORK Iho sell,,,,! 171 Viillo-i M.
LAW SCHOOL. Eteolng elni, S I ilr
Nar curta uiul lMn.r.' ni'i. f. rh.'i t I
M. or P. M. or Etenlnz rjv Iii.-'t
MethM" of IliHlitictton, i,iIitj Iri-nllr-.
ele. Three year' iourt Snd f..r i it) ;
No. 68. I.KOItlii; CIIAsE, lr.in.
LAMIUAORs.
NEW YORK CITY, New York.
AMI lirilfR
LAM. I M.F.4
D'YOUVILLE COLLEGE
A Catholic, cellag (or women. Buffale, N. T.
NEW ROCIIKLLE New York.
COLLEOE OF NEW ROCIIEI.LF,
New. Horhctle, N. V.
For Catalogue upply to Secretary.
NOTRE DAME, lnd.
ST iVIARV'S COLLEOB
O 1 . hmA 1 O ua ACADEMY
St. Jeaeuh Ce.. Netre Dame. lnd.
College tanuard; Normal department ac
credited; academy (High School commie
tlontd). Crtdllt accepted by tht leading
Unlvartltlet. Addreet tb Pretldent.
WILMINGTON Delaware.
URSUL1NE ACADEMY
WlLMINtll-ON. DELAWARE.
Select boarding and day achoul (or glrla.
Conducted by the Uraullntt under tb pat-
UUAN, Bithep of WlUnlngtoa.
NEW JERSEY.
n.r. . enfl ur 1 ilnil X,
Cellge of sj. Elliabelh. ronvtnt Station,
H. J, Academy ef W. Vincent. N.warE
fang Branch. N. J. Wrllt far particular.'
COLUMBUS Okie.
ST. MARY'S OF THE HPRINOS.
Columbut. Ohio,
School for glrla conducted by Dominie
liter. On of tb oldttt and bttl
aulpptd Initltutlont of learning In th
dJlt WttL Far catalogue aadrtat Sltttr
Superior,
HAMILTON HEIGHTS, flartfard, Coaa,
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH ACADEMY,
llamlltoa HelgkU. Hartford, Caaa!
Rtaldtnt and day tchool for young ladlta
afniltted with th Catholic Unlvertlty of
America. College, Preparatory, Elementary.
Mualcal. Art and Domrttlc ttclenc Court.
Writ for booklet tht Sltttr .superior.
CHESTNUT MILL Philadelphia. Fa.
H':,?,.'.'Jr,.h Collegiate In.lltute. Cheat.
But i.lll.Phila . Pa For girle and young women
For full Information tddreit Slater Dlrclrs
OREENSUUKO Penntyliaala.
8 ETON HILL NCHOOf A
Oreeneburg, Penna.
St. Jettph'a Academy for glrla St. Marr
Annex for lllll boy. Ilookltt ea rtaueet
te DlretrM.
LANCASTER FeantylTaala.
near! Aeevtemr. Lanraatar. .
Prenaratnrv and Anlahlna. arhoal inr mm
Further particular write Sltttr Suptrltr.
S1NB1NAWA Wltetntta.
Ml. Clara Cellege and Academy, Slnttnawa.
wltcontln. For young womtn and tchool ef
&ul. art and txpraatlon. Cenduottd by lbs
Mrs ef th Order sf taint Doaalal.
SPANISH
Iarn quickly lih pronoun. Itirr re of
Ko.eninni i rra. ileal 1.1m . I. r lit i,
Talking MHchlne-, Write for II '. k .1 or
call for l)rntnnitr.itlon l!eev i
Till: l..N(il'.iK PHONE MKTIIIIII,
ton Putiiiim liidg . : w i.ih m.
IIOTII SEXES'.
FLY I NO INs I'ltut TION.
I.ll.VrtN TO n Y Aern Club ni-rnr.
antee.l; cull or write r... cm s I ll
Aviation. i:l Do Km I. A.. lit k in
LAKEMONT New York.
Starkey Seminary
Ijakemnnt, Yulea Co., N, V,
Btaullful til on r-entcn Lake. Ural ceut
try. pupllt have room and ulr An.ntoaal
borne tchool for both sex.H of 11 rr. arl
upward. Careful training In h n 'l
character. Prepare, for beet caii.n. ..
bualneea. Advanced cotiraea In Art ant
Mutlc. N. Y. .state Itecenl. S'aiJarU
Sacura rnnint early, itatea 1:55 lo IK.
Addreta llox 407.
Martya Nummerbell, LU II., prealdrak
l'LATTMirittl, N. V.
TTIE CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL nl
A M r.ll It .
The Ideal pliee lor a niiiiii.rr va atlon.
SWIMMING.
NEW YORK CITY. New Ytrk.
Scientiticslle
Tnnolit
Swimming
eMMtaaBB m. t STSJUef
PRIVATE
SCHOOLS
Tliprn rr o rnnny ptU 'it
liiMltutlnn Ilml it 1 'in.' tt
for pnirnt" to lUfltln wi h
to ( t To help mAw r
tirf'ltl.in iiiibliofil liifti
tlon lii-HiiiM n ui V '
tit ut.tr ttiitain o at'il t ' 1
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