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THE WASHINGTON WASHIl WASHINGTONHERALD GTON HERALD SATURDAY SATUDAYHAY JMAY 28 1910 191 5
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Store will dose at 12 oclock noon noon Monday Memorial Day DayBoys DayBoys
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For Decoration Day Outing OutingT OutingWASH OutingW
T ASH SUITS for the little fellows and thin wools for boys boyslvi boysup boysup
WASH W up to 17 years years of age Variety of materials and designs designsto
to select from lvi in all the popular styles All highgrade highgradesightly highgradesightly highgradesightly
sightly clothing thoroughly made inside and out outAs outAs outAs
As Special Values We Offer OfferBoys OfferBoys OfferBoys
Boys Twopiece Wool V 001 Suits very light in weight in Norfolk Norfolkjacket Norfolkjacket Norfolkjacket
jacket and doublebreasted styles with kiiickerbocker trousers the theends theends theends
ends of several good selling lines sizes 5 to to 17 175OO
500 each Values Values 650 to S1000 S1000Boys 1000 1000Boys 1000Boys
Boys Fine Twopiece Wool V 001 Suits with knickerbocker knickerbockertrousers knickerbockertrousers knickerbockertrousers
trousers in medium dark and plain colors and fine fancy striped stripedserges stripedserges stripedserges
serges sizes 7 to 17 Very T ery attractive suits suitsS750
S750 750 each Values S1000 1000 to 51250 51250Attractive 1250 1250Attractive 1250Attractive
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350 to 1000 1000TMrd 1000Th1n1 1000Third
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II Womens Tub Dresses DressesFor DressesFor DressesFor
For Decoration Day Outing OutingWEare OutingE
j T E are showing a large and attractive line of AVash ash or Tub TubDresses TubDressesas Tubvv
WEare vv Dresses Dressesas as they are generally termed termedfor for women Just Justthe Justthe Justthe
the thing for outings and picnics as they can be thrown thrownin thrownin thrownin
in the tub and washed as easily as a handkerchief Besides they theyare theyare theyare
are appropriate for morning and afternoon wear at home or at the theseashore theseashore theseashore
seashore or mountains Materials arc ginghams linens batistes batistesand batistesand batistesand
and lawns White Tjt predominates but all the popular colors are well wellrepresented weUrepresented wellrepresented
represented including neat striped and checked effects Onepiece Onepiecestyles Onepiecestyles Onepiecestyles
styles
375 to 1250 each eachThird eachTWnI eachThkdotOt
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TTENTION is called to an attractive assortment of Girls GirlsWash GirlsVash Girlsrasli
ATTENTION A Wash rasli Dresses The practical kinds made of ginghams ginghamspercales ginghamspcrcales
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percales India linens linens1 batistes c in white plain colors colorsand colorsand colorsand
and neat and attractive stripes plaids and checks Onepiece Onepiecestyles Onepiccestyles Onepiecestyles
styles Sqme S Srne Qme have high necks some Dutch necks Many are aretrimmed aretrimmed aretrimmed
trimmed with dainty laces and embroideries Very V Tery cry neat little littledresses littledresses littledresses
dresses suitable 5uitjlble for general wear at home and all outing purposes
Sizes 6 to 14
295 to S650 650 each eachTUrd eachT1tIId eachThud
Thud floorO floorOWomens 14 14Womens 4 4Womens
Womens and Childrens ° Hats fiatsFor HatsFor HatsFor
For Decoration Day OutingMONG OutingAl10NG Outing OutirgAMONG
MONG out ouq vast selections of this class of millinery will be befound befound befound
AMONG found many very delightful airy and attractive shapes shapesu shapesand shapesand
u and designs including rough sailors with widely varied variedproportions variedproportions variedproportions
proportions in height of crown and brim finished with black bands bandsAlso bandsAl50 bandsAlso
Also mushroom and other shapes of soft and stiff braids and andi andstraw
4 straw i with t daintily j riii applied irj trimmings < r which give that i icarefree cool coolcarefree coolcarefree
carefree air to the wearer smart bewitching be tc mgscarfs scarfs in Parisian Parisianand Parisianand Pariiianand
and Oriental effects ribbon bows and feathers feathersMillinery feathersl1lliIaerr feathersMIUIoery
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AMATEURS GIVE PLAY PLAYJunior PLAYJunior PLAYJunior
Junior CInas of Washington Normal NormalSchool coriiinlSchool orl11nl orl11nlScbool
School In Crnnford 4rnnfordWhKt CrnnfordWhat CrnnfordWbat
What was In reality re 1tty a dress dre rehearsal rehearsalbut rehearsalbut rehearsalbut
but which had all the features of a n regu regular regular rogulsr ¬
lar performance including a capacity au audience audI8n sudisnee ¬
dience dI8n 6 wag given last night Sn th the ball ballof hallor hilor
or the Western e tcrn High School by the junior juniorclass juniorclAM juniorclaaa
class of the Washington htngton Normal Scbool SchoolThe ScboolThe ScboolTha
The play chosen was Cranford by byMarguerite UMarguerite y yMarguerite
Marguerite Merlngton an ovort oeJ1more more am ambitious ambitious ambitlous ¬
bitious undertaking than Pandora Pand ra or ortho ortho orthe
tho Box of Mlsohlof which was the of offering offering otferlng ¬
fering of lat ast years ear junior which ie of ofcourse orcourso ofcourse
course courso this thl years ears senior class classThese ctaJlThen cIaaThoae
These annual dramatic offerings by 1 the thejunior tbejunior thejunior
junior daM ease are complimentary to tit titclass the theelas theclase
class elas above ve and tho girls gk enter into them themwith themwJth themwith
with all the spirit and love of doing that thatamateurs Uatamateur Utamateurs
amateurs everywhere have haveThere haveThere haveThere
There Is talent tal Dt too among these the fu future future future ¬
ture teachers both in the art of acting actingand acUngAnd actingand
and In the matter of o producing produclngtholr produclngtholrplays their theirplays theirplays
plays The moving mo1n spirit of the perform performance performance ¬
ance of Cranford is I t Miss Ml U8 Alberta AlbertaWalker AlbertaWalker
Walker who not ot only did the staging stagingbut stagingbut tagtn tagtnbut
but drilled the girls g1r1 r1s In their parts Ir An AnImmense An1mmenlo Animmenle
Immense amount of credit is due Miss MissWalker II IIVal MiWalker
Walker Val k or who has an undoubted genius geniusfor xenlustor geniusfor
for stage management and effects effectsCranford etIctCranrord effctiCrantord
Cranford is I a s play pia of quaint types typesand typesand typosand
and the girls In their early Victorian Victoriangowns Vlctorlangowns Victoriangowns
gowns and the artistically artStlcall antiquo set setting eettlng ectting ¬
ting made a charming picture Miss Mar Marcaret Margaret Iar IarJaret
caret Williamson J111amaon as Miss i1t Pole Is 1 an anexcellent anoxcocnt anexcellent
excellent actress and cleverly hit off the theairs theairs theairs
airs and graces of the affected maiden maidenlady maidenladr klen klenlad
lady lad Miss MI Miriam Kramer was very vcr vcrtunn
funny tunn as Martha and Mla I1S Elisabeth EllaabethLacy EUaaoothLaC ElisabethLacy
Lacy LaC as a Miss MIs 18S Matty aU had the sympathies sympathiesor
or the audience at all times time Most of oftho ortho ofthe
tho roles were amusing types not pre precisely preclllely procloly ¬
cisely caricatures but certainly cort1nI exasper exasperated exaggerated exeggerated ¬
ated examples of femininity oc tho early earlydays earlydays
days of the nineteenth century centuryTonight centur centuryTonight
Tonight Cranford will be given again againIn apSnIn againlii
In the hall of Western when henth the per performance performance performance ¬
formance will be a sure enough enou h one oneand oneand oneand
and not a a rehearsal rehearsalTho rehOArsalTho rehearsalThe
Tho presentation Is under ndr the supervis supervision supervleI supervieinn ¬
I ion n of Miss Mis Anna M t Goding principal principalof
of the Washington Wa hlnston Normal School The Thecast Thecast Thecast
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Opera Sonson QiidK El1 TonlRUt TonlRUtTonlghts TonhlltTonight TonlglttTonighta
Tonight performance of Robin Hood Hoodnt Hoodnt Hoodet
nt the New National Theater marks nuirl the thefarewell thefarewell thefarewell
farewell night for tho Aborn Comic Opera OperaCompany OperaCompany Operacomiany
Company As Uual this thl will bo an livcnt livcntmarked Dvcntmarked vent ventmarked
marked by b presentations speeches and anda Anda anda
a general Jollification jom tlon by way wn of goodby goodbyTreasury goodb goodbTrel1Jlury goodbyTreasury
Treasury Wniit 10 O Dills DillsLAwronce DUIJILawrance Bill BillLawronce
LAwronce O Murray lIurra Comptroller of ofCurrency otCurrency ofCurrency
Currency Is sending letters to the na national national national ¬
tional banks In every section or the thecountry thocountry thecountry
country asking that U UI 10 bills be s soot < wit to tothe tothe tothe
the Treasury Tre aury In exchange for bills bill of ofsmaller otsmaller ofsmaller
smaller denomination The action is the theresult theresult theresult
result of the popular povul r demand for or bills billsof btllsot billsof
of email denomination
WOMENS SUFFRAGE + E UPHELD UPHELDAffirmative UPHELDAfnrmuthl UPHELDAffirinatise
Affirmative Wins Debate nt North orth orthCnpltol orthCnIltol 1 1Capitol
Capitol M J1a H Church ChurchDesolved ChurchDe ChurchDeceived
Deceived De olved That women should be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to vote ote tbe
on same terms as a men menwas menwu menwas
was the subject of a spirited debate at atNorth atNorth a t tNorth
North Capitol M r K Church las IuS night nightin nlgbtIn t tin
in which th ta ii affirmative teem was de decided dec1dbd docidwi ¬
cided the winner winnerThe wtgner wtgnerThe wtnerThe
The affirmative supported by Thoma ThomasE ThomaE I IL
E L Bennett Robert C Huston
W R RCafle RCa BCane
Cane Ca le andB ancIE P Jenkins contended
that thatwomen thatomen the t twomen
women omen In pollti politics would purify the bal ballot ballot hallot ¬
lot and and tend toward tb the advancement
t of ofthe oftbe o f fthe
the best government governmentFrank gonm governmentFrank nt ntFrank
Frank B Davis a vi Charles A Swan I ILi
1 1 Li P Helsten and J E E Fort opposed opposedthe Opposethe I Ithe
the question and declared the ballot ballotplaced baUotplaced t tplaced
placed in womens band would moan moanoorrupUon mee a acorruption I Icorruption
corruption of the home
and finally
re result r rBult reault ¬
sult in national decadence decadenceThe decadenceThe decadenceThe
The Judges jud cs were Dr James McKee McKeeDr cKfe I IDr
Dr A A A Cheyne and J R R McCoach McCoachWiniam McCo ch chWI I IWilliam
William WI tam A Morris Morn presided presidedTRANSFER preeldedTRANSFER preildedTRANSFER
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Mrs Irs raft Gives the Last of ofSpring ofSpring ofSpring
Spring Garden Parties PartiesWEARS PartiesWEARS IaitiesWEARS
WEARS PALE GREEN GOWN GOWNHoNtcMM GOWNHOlltcul GOWNHosica
HoNtcMM Han Un Long Chiffon Scarf Over OverShoulder OTcrShouMcrllCnpt OTerShouhileraCapt
Shoulder ShouMcrllCnpt Capt Butt Makes Pre PreKentutions prcentntlonll Proaentatlon
Kentutions Guest Lint Beginning Beginningwith DegluululUll Beginningwith
with Ull Letter 11 UiUrll Dlrn Dickinson Im ImWelcomed IsclcOluc1 I IWClCIuCd
Welcomed clcOluc1 Back to City CityMrs Clt CltMrs CityMrs
Mrs Taft entertained at the last of the thegarden thegardon thegarden
garden parties with which she has onllv onllvoncd onlhned onhivned
oncd ned the spring season yesterday YfMt8rdfl after afternoon aCteranoon afternoon
noon under weather condition that left leftmuch lettmuch leftmuch
much to be dealrod though they might mighthave mighthave mighthare
have been worse and were more than thancompensated thAncompensated thancompensated
compensated for by b the warmth of tilt tilthostess tilebostess thchostess
hostess greeting greetingAbundant greetingAbundnnt greetingthundant
Abundant foliage hods of gay sa bloom blooming1 bloomIng bloomIng ¬
Ing plants in colonial design de lgn the musi musicians musicians muoiclans ¬
cians of the Marino Band in their scarlet scarletcoats scarletCO18 scarletcoats
coats and the huge hU 8 fountain and tennis tenniscourt tonnlscourt tenniscourt
court in the distance all added charm charmto charmto charmto
to the natural beauty beaut of the White House Housegrounds Housegrounds Housegrounds
grounds The tea table ta l laid under cen centuryold centuryold centuryold ¬
turyold tree treCtJ was ornamented with clus clusters clu cluters clusters ¬
ters of gracefully arranged flowers in incrystal InIJstal Incrystal
crystal vases vas and attractive conceits ot ofthe otthe otthe
the confectioners art artMrs artolrs artMrs
Mrs Taft was wa gowned owziod in a beautiful boautlfuldress bouUuldres beautifuldrese
dress dres of pale green chiffon over white whiteand whlt whltand
and wore a picture hat wreathed in roses rosesOver roesOver eaOver
Over her shoulders was w gracefuly tulY thrown throwna
a long chiffon scarf > in color harmony harmonywith barmon barmono1th harmonywith
with the costume Capt Archibald Butt Buttmade Buttmodo Buttmade
made the presentations the list of guests guestsincluding guestsIncluding
including the official diplomatic and andresidential androsldent1a1
residential society names bestannins bestanninswith belnnnngwith
with R and continuing through brou the alpha alphabet alphabet alphabet ¬
bet betAmong Among those who received received were wereL sena senator cna cnaor ¬
tor or and Mrs Wetmore etJAOfI of Rhode Jsland JslandSenator llandSenator Ind IndSenator
Senator and airs lr Smooi of Utah Sena Senator Senator Senatoe ¬
tor and Mrs rs Scott of We WooL ret Virginia VirginiaSenator V1rslnl3Senator lrginiaSenator
Senator and Mrs Rayner of Maryland MarylandBrig MarylandBrit
Brig Gen and Mrs Yotherspoon Dr Drand Drand Dcand
and Mm Rixey MaJ I Gen and Mrs MrsSangor M Msnsor
Sangor Representative and Mrs Sherley Sherleyof
of Kentucky Mrs Samuel Spencer Mr Mrand r rand
and Mrs Henry Spencer Mrs John E ERoyborn KRe1burn
Royborn the Spanish Minister ln lter and Mine MraeRiano MineBlano 1108 1108Rlano
Riano the Duke and Duchess dArcos dArcosMaJ dArco8Maj dArcosMaj
MaJ Gen and Mrs Mj John P Story jr jrMr JrlIr JrMr
Mr and Mrs E E Francis Franc Rlggs Mr and andMrs andIf5
Mrs If5 Hannte Taylor Miss Mt t Taylor Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Lawrence lAwr nee Townsend Col and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Thomas W Symons and Mr 1 and andMrs aDdltIrs endMrs I
Mrs S H Vandorsrlft andorgrttt of New York YorkMrs Yorkrs
Mrs rs Dickinson wife of the Secretary Secretaryof Secreta Secretaror i ioC
of War Ynr was welcomed back after ter an anabsence ar I
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absence of several weeks Mb at Clifton CliftonSprings CUftonSprlnga CUtterSprings
Springs and Mrs Meyer Ierer wifeof the t tretary Sec Secretary Seoretary ¬
retary of the Navy aV who wlft leave leavein early earlyIn erljin
in June for bet home In Hamilton Mass Masssaid eaKid
said farewell to many whom she will 1h1 not notmeet DOtmeet not notmeet
meet until the fall fallThe ra11Tho fellThe
The Vice President deDt and Mrs Mr Sherman Shermanleft ShenDAAleCt I
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left the Capital yesterday lentay to spend the theweekend theweekend tiMweekend I
weekend at t their horn home in Utica 1C Y Ywhere Ywhere
where besides b des the letters Iatt ra aged mother motherMrs motherMrs
Mrs Babcock a very ver sick daughterin daughterinlaw daughterInJaw daughterinlaw
law awaits their coming every Friday FridayAnct Frida Fridalt
Anct lt tr er r strong magnet causing them to tomake tomake u
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make the trip North orth with such regularity regularityis r
is the presence pr nc of their fouryearold fouryearoldgranddaughter fouryearokgranddaughter our78roldranddau I
granddaughter randdau hter little littI Ml 11 ItIa6 s Dorothy Dorotby Sher Sherman SbermatL Sherman ¬
man manThe
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The latter la every inoh a Sherman awl awlenjoys 1UM1enJo calenjoys I
enjoys enJo a Joke with tb the host l t of o them themTo themTo thema
To her the nations Sunny Jim Is an anideAl at n nideal a
ideal companion and it would Ould be hard hardto bardto har I
to say 1 which of them mot JftO t thoroughly thoroughlyenjoyed thorouch17enjo1oC1 thoroughI P
enjoyed their recent yMt visit to the circus circusto canto I
to see what hat she volunteered vterod to name nameSilly DamoSilly nemiSilly i
Silly lilies liliesThe IUlesThe hUesThe
The new Spanish Minister > tatster and Mine de deRiano deRlno di
Riano made their Initial appearance at a aWhite aYhlto i L
White House function yesterday terdal where wherethe wher wherthe hen hentho C
the latter became the center of a acoterie little littlecoterie Jtttlecoterie
coterie of friends of other o days when as asMiss UIMia a
Miss Alice AIlcoWard Ward she reigned r d Its t B a belie beliein beUeIn beth bethin C
in Washington WashingtonThe Yashln ton tonThe
The Minister from fromaI1e Chile and M Xllle e Cruz Cruzleft Cruzleft z
left Washington Wdhla on yesterday terda and will sail sailfrom act n nfrom 1
from New X York today for Europe and andthon aRdthon cci ccithen I
thon to Buenos Ayres AyresLieut Ayr AyrLleut
Lieut Col James Jam jgmemnltsry military attache of ofthe 0the e ethe I
the British tthsh Embassy has ha gone to Dublin Dublin1C DubUnK DubLinH
1C K H where here he will join the Hon Hoelrs HoelrsJamoe Mrs MrsJamos NraJames
James and their children who are spend spending spending spendthg ¬
ing the summer months there thereMr theretr thereMr
Mr tr and Mrs Irs Robert Roosevelt who whospent whoapent whi whispent
spent the winter hare with their daugh daughter daushtel ¬
ter Miss 1 Olga Roosevelt have ha va gone one to totheir totbelr ti a
their home at Sayvllle Long Island for forthe forthe fo r
the the month of June Later in the summer summerthey Bummerthey r
they will go abroad to select the extra extrafurnishings extrarurnlshlngs extrifurnishings a
furnishings for their now home in Mr Mrchueetts M Mchusett Mama
chueetts avenue formerly the property of ofthe oftho o otho I
tho late Commander and Mrs Herschel HerschelMain HQliChotlaJn ierechc 11
Main MainMrs laJn laJnlrs
Mrs Charles Y Wheeler beel8l with her herdaughter beldaughtor he r
daughter JU NLin UH Mary Wheeler and MlM MlMMarjorie MISMarjorie U UlarjoI1e I
Marjorie Wheeler arrived here yecterday yecterdayfrom Oitordayrom 1
from rom Now York where they landed in the themorning tbomorninS tb 0
morning on the Adriatic from Europe Europeafter Euroveafter uropi I
after spending the winter season traveling travelingon traveftnjr g
on the continent Mrs Wheeler helor and her herdaughters herdaughters he r
daughters aro now no the the house guests of her hereon herGon he C
eon and daughterinlaw Mr nnd Mrs MrsGeorge MnGeorge Irs IrsGeorSo I
George Y Wheeler WheelerMiss VhcelerMiss WheelerMiss
Miss Frances Thorn debutante daugh daughter dauShtcr ¬
ter of Mrs Charles G Thorn went to toPlttsburg toPlttsburg ti tiPlttsburg D
Plttsburg yesterday 08terda afternoon to attend attendthe attendthe i ithe
the wedding as bridesmaid brld e6tn ald of Miss MissCatherine lIlNCatherIne N NCatherine
Catherine McCook cCook daughter of Mr r and andMrs andMrs ani I IMrs
Mrs Willis UU McCook and Mr Harry J JMiller JUller 3 3MIller
Miller a cousin of Miss Thorn The Thewedding ThoWedding Tb e
wedding will tako place Wednesday edneda June Jun
1 at noon at St Pauls Cathedral CathedralJustice CathodralJustice CathedralJUStICe
Justice Job Barnard and Mrs Barnard Barnardgalled Ba Barnarisailed nard nardsalled
galled from Now York yesterday to spend spendthe spendthe speni spenithe
the summer in Europe EuropeMr Euro EuroIr EuropeMr
Mr Ir and Mrs John W r Garrett th thformer the theformer tbformer
former secretary secrotaf of the embassy in Ber Berlin BerUn Beeun ¬
Un went to Baltimore yesterday after afterbeing aterbeing afto aftobeing
being guestj of Mrs B H Warder ardcr with withwhom wIthwbom witiwhom
whom they the attended attonded the TownsondGerry TownsondGerrywedding TownsondGerrywedding TownsondGerr TownsondGerrwedding
wedding Mr and Mrs Garrett will go goto goto g gto
to Princeton whore they have a house houseand hOUtteand housiand
and will remain there for the class cla exer exercise exere1868 oxerciaeK ¬
e1868 cise and entertain a house party of ofwhich otwhich o owhich
which Mrs Warder will be a member memberMrs momberMrs memberMrs
Mrs Hopo Slater and Miss nH Mary MaryGwynn Mar MarGwnn I IGwynn
Gwynn who have spent some tow months monthsin mon monIn monthIn
in Europe will return here for a short shorttime shorttimEr sliertime
time and then go to Newport where Mrs MrsSlater Mr MrSlator Irs IrsSlator
Slator has a summer home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The alumnae of the National Cathedral CathedralSchool CatbGdralSchool Catho 1 1School
School will give its annual dinner at the tb 0
New Willard this evening when they theywill theywill the thewill
will have ave as special guests Mrs rs Barbor
Walker Walk r principal of the school and ihe iheclass tho thoclast 1h 1hchess
class of 1010 MISS Adeline Hammond Hammondwill Hammondwill Hamrnonwill
will act as toastmistress toastmistrescSenator tOllstmlstre58Senator toastmistressSenator
Senator and a d Mrs Georgo Peabody Wet Wetmore Wetmore Welmore
more will close their town house here herenext horenoxt hoc hocnoxt
noxt week and with their
daughters daughterswill daughtersm daughterwill
will m go to their summer home in Newport NewportMiss Newport1I1SB t tMiss
Miss Eudora Clover has returned to i o
Washington from Virginia Hot Springs Springswhere Springswhero
where she has been tho house guest of c if
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in black and colors stylishly stylishlymade stylishlymade
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Mr M Mrs C a C Pratt PrsLtand and a lll bar ta dastghitei a sliir sliirleft pterleft
left l yesterday for f r tfcetr tII ham Mm in Pennsyl P Pennsylvania I IanlL ¬
v vania vaniaMtoa anlL anlLXIM
Miss Ethel Frederic wbo W whose wetldllc wetldllcto w weddii weddiito ddbi ddbio
to t o Mr Lewis C Wilson take taf place next Mxtmonth nextmonth t tmonth
month Is In Washington for a short shortvMl lhortvtIIt abortisit
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ROMEO AND JULIET PLEASE PLEASEGreet PLEASEGrect PLEASEreet
Greet G reet Company Gives Drama licfore licforeLarge lJcforeIurgc I ILarge
Large Audience AudienceTbe t1tUellceThe
The Ben Greet Players gave a special specialmatinee 8poetaJmadnee spoes I
matinee yesterday of Romeo and Juliet JuHctbefore JuliethefOCe
before b fore a large ar58 audience Aside from frombeauty trombeauty Ironbeauty I
beauty it has additional Interest to lov lovers Iovers ¬
ISvL
e ers n of the classic drama from tho fact factthat aotthat L
that t hat It Is 1 generally consider cons1derd to be beShakespeares b4tShakespeares hi hiShicepearea
Shakespeares first tragedy but whether whetherthis wbethrthis whetbethis
this t his be true or Ot not not It received re re elved an In Interesting Interdng ¬
teresting t Interpretation yesterday the tbework thework tii tiiwork a
work of Violet Vivian as Juliet being beingthe betn betnthe r rthe
the special feature of tho performance performanceBbe performanceJ
performancea
She J e SeemS to be distinctly growing in inher InhfJr It a
her an her delineations being beln < marked markedby markedby makeCby I
by grace expreeeton ion and elocutionary elocutionaryeffect elocuUonyetrect r
effect e ffect It was the first appearance of ofDallas ofDallu o r
Dallas Anderson as Romeo and he made madean mad madan I
an a n Impression strictly In accotfanoe aceo with withthe wit withe tta ttathe I
the t he tradition ry element of the role J JSay JSa1enJ JSayers
Say Sa1enJ era Crawtey and Ben Greet Gr t were ex excellent exceUont ¬
cellent whll while Ruth Vivian sustained the thereputation thereputation th theputation a
reputation r which she he has earned during duringthis durlnrthll C Cthis
this engagement enp ement by her portrayal of the theNurse tbe2UrM th
Nurse Others of tho th cast ca t were entirely entirelyadequate enUr cntireljadequate IY IYadequate r
adequate all working orklng together Intelli Intelligently tnteUlnUy intefligently ¬
gently nUy and harmoniously barmonloual Including IncludingCharles IncludingCbarles
Charles Hopkins as Paris J H Roeder Roederas RoederMontasue Roedeai r
as Montague John Barrington as Capu Capulet Capulet
let Robert Grayl as Eecalus George GeorgeVivian GeorseVIvian GeorgVivian e
Vivian as Benvolio A H Allen as Ty Tybalt Ti Tibait ¬
bait Percival Seymour ymour as Peter Grace GraceHelftey GraceHelHY c
Helftey Mills as Lady Montague and andEthel andEthel ani aniEthel h
Ethel Yen der Ver Sr as Lady lAd Capulet CapuletRomeo CapuletRomeo
Romeo and Juliet wUl a UI be repeated on onMonday onMondar oi ii
Monday and Tuesday evenings even1n of next nextweek nextw nex nexbe t
week w tobe to be followed on the remaining remainingevening remaininge6Dlng remainhritevening
evening with Sidney S1dnf Grundys clever ver com comedy comaeely cornedy ¬
edy A Pair of Spectacles and ncl with withspecial a aspecial aspecial
special matinee of Th The Temp Tempeel t on onFriday onFrida ot otFriday
Friday FridaySTUDENTS Frida FridaSTUDENTS FridaySTUDENTS
STUDENTS SCORE SUCCESSF SUCCESS SUCCESSThe UCOESSThe
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The Elopement of Ellen a comedy In Inthree Inthree It ItlWOO
three t acts was presented lat night by bystudents bylU b bstudent
students lU ent of Eastern High School In the theembty thea th themNy
a embly embty ball of the school for th the bene benefit beneIt ¬
fit t of the athletic and school fund fundarge A Alarge Alarge IL
large l arge audience ad nce greeted the t 1 e young per performers porformers perloners ¬
formersThe formersThe formers
The The ball and the stage was decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith ii
with flowers ow and Eastern High IiJc School Schoolcolors Schoccolors ol olcolors II
colors The play was bright and spark sparkling aparkJlng ¬
i
ling Mr tr Guy of tho class cia of 11 playel playelthe pJayeltho playcthe
the principal prlncipalrehl I roll and showed hi his ability abilityfor abuttytor abtilt abtiltfor
for honors The acting of Miss G Felt Frlzzeli FrzI Felt1l
zeli 1l I and Miss E Gude was excellent excellentOthers exctllentOtbC1a excellentOthers
Others worthy worth worthfof of mention m ntlon were ere Mr lr Stan StanIcy Stanley
Stane
Icy i cy Smith and Mr r Simpson Much or th thscenery tbe tbesconer thscenery e
scenery sconer for the play 118 was by b the art de department d dp depertinent ¬
pertinent p rtment of the school schoolTho choolTho
Tho play was produced under uer directions directionsof directionOf S
of Miss n8 Anna McColm cC01m of tho English de department department department ¬
partment and Miss Prince of tho art artdepartment artdepartment ax axdepartment
department Dancing Dancln in the drill hall fol followed Collowed 01 ¬
lowed tho play The same programme programmewill programmeW111 programmwill C
will be repeated rf > pea ted this evening eveiilngSilver eeulngi eveningSttvr
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COLLEGE C GIRLS GIVE GIVECLASSIC GIVECLASSIC GIVEOLASSIC
CLASSIC COMEDY COMEDYMidsummer COMEDYMidsnmlnel COMEDYtlidsiimincr
Midsummer Night7s Dream DreamPlayed DlCalnPlayed DicainPlayed
Played Successfully SuccessfullyPUPILS Successfull SuccessfullPUPILS SuccessfullyUPILS
PUPILS P ACTING REMARKABLE REMARKABLEi
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I Minn M iss Roc Finn in Hole of Nick NIc Ick Dot Bottom Dottom Battorn ¬
tom Displays Positive PUII Postive the Scenic Tal Talent TaleJ1t Ta TacntMI ¬
ent cntMI Mi I1 1I Katherinc WnlHh nINh in Im Importaiit Imurtnnt maportant
portaiit urtnnt lnrt Sliuirtt Shon Vivacity hnclty ana anaEariiH ItudEurnll andEarns
Earns Applause by b Her Dunce DunceI DanceScenes
I I Scenes from A Midsummer Nights Nightsj 1lshtsDream Nightsream
j Dream D ream were presented by b the dramatic dramaticsociety dramaticociety
I society s of Trinity College to an over overflow overI Overot ¬
I flow 1l ow audience au loace In OConnor Hall of the theseminary thel theeminary
l seminary s 1ls emlnar yesterday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonI afternoonThe
I The performance went through with withI withommendable Ith IthI
I commendable c smoothness quite unlike unliketho unliketho unlikehe
tho t he usual amateur performances of this thiskind thlaakInd thisind
tk
kind k ind and considering conslderln that the girls girlsstaged girl girlstaged girlstaged
staged s the th play themselves under the theguidance theguldaJlce theuIdance
guidance g uIdance of Mrs F R R Hayward one of ofthe ofI ofh0
gt
the t h0 chaperons of the college coli ego the acting actingseemed actingaeem841 actingeemed
I seemed s remarkable remarkableMiss remarkableMia remarkableMiss
Miss ROM Finn 10 who played the therole theI theole
role r ole of Nick Bottom the weaver weav dis displayed dlaI dlaplay di dilayed ¬
I
I played play p layed a positive seenio talent and andearned aAdI andarned
I earned e repeated bursts of applause applauseMiss applaueeU ause auseMiss
Miss U Bertha Strootman It as Quince Quincethe QuIncehe
I
the t he carpenter gave a a good impersona impersonation Impellonatlon hnpersonaion ¬
tion t ion of the giibtongued sUbton ued sedate old oldhardhanded oldhardbDdecl oldhardhanded
hardhanded man of Athens AthensInterpret AtbentInterJlretll AthensInterprets
Interpret Hard Role KoleOf Roleor RoleOf
Of the fairies Miss Mollie Droste Drostedistinguished 1 1dlattngulaJh 10 10hstlngtalohed
distinguished d d herself hen lt by the quiet dig dignity dl dlnlty digity ¬
nity n ity of her Interpretation of this difficult difficultpart diflicultert I Ipart
np
part p ert which seemed as appropriate as it itwas itWU itas
was w as original Miss Mt Elizabeth Sullivan Sullivanthe SullivantIM Sullivanhe
the t he queen looked her part partMiss PLtiUas partMiss
Miss Katherine Walsh in the Important Importantrole Importantrole importantole
role r ole of Puck Puclr or Robin Goodfetlow Goodfetlowsnowed GoodfeU GoodfeUowed Goodlellowhowed
snowed s much animation and vivacity vivacityconsiderably vivacityonsiderably 1vactt 1vacttconalderablr
considerably c augmented ucm ntod by the nervous nervousexcitement D nervousxcitement OUS OUSexdtrment
excitement e of the young actress She Sheoarned Shearned
earned e much applause by her dance in Inthe inhe
the t he last act act although the pain in her herfoot herfoot heroot
foot f oot which Mtm Mt alsh injured on the themorning themor themorning
morning mor of tbe performance annoyed her herAll berAll herAll
All the other performer were in I their theirplaces theirplaeea theiracs
places acs and nd the singing lD In < < and dancing of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he fairies were especially CII taJ1y clever The Thestage Thestae Thetage
stage s presented pre ented the appearance of a awoodland awoodland awoodland
woodland bower with its It profusion of ofpalme orpalnM ofalms
palme p alms ferns and flowers and If back background kekJlound beakground ¬
ground of o fir and pine trees making a abeautiful abeauUtul ab5IUItU
beautiful setting for the play playFollowing playFoflowtng
Following < Is I the cast of characters charactersand cdliotersai1d charactersad
and ai1d h ad tbe management maDJ emftt of the production productionCommittee prodoctlollCommittee productionCommittee
Committee of UlnnnRern UlnnnRernItcoldn JlnnnJerllEUabetl1 ManagersPrcdnt
Itcoldn OtMbeth bMb L 1 SolUnm hhtsu M rim vie jra jradent prtIII pesutent
dent d ent Moth Dnot Drone 7tCIDIdIDc reoonUr tacrtMrr Rote RoteH HoleH RisePbsi
H H Fhm is If oonopouding wcrUry Mark XarIetea1I1 MarkMctsuy Ju JuUcXallr
UcXallr L tmtarcr KkMwr OBrtea O ea 11 H dn dnwtic Catic ik iktk
a wtic tic tk critic Katharine L L Walih IS N uHul J JJICUIC di director dleeter ¬
rector t tin IiI K Grave On 1L U Kesnti Teenathe Teenatheice e eMMktt eMMkttKlleo lEUea
tm Klleo m ice H JIfomIa ma 11 11 With McPWfcfan k McFdd IX 1 ley Mc McCarthy XcCartbJ MeCerthy ¬
Carthy 11 11 IZM ls KJM 12 12Caat 11Cnat U UCast
Cast of Characters CharactersTtMMW Chnrncterle
TtMMW Th Duke e of Atbeo At1Iu1rMrite Marguerite OLcur O OLear OLearIn 11 11Ljmpder Ur
Ljmpder I r hi km 1 with Ibrwfe nrIallelea Helen McKww McKwwDoMbiw 11 11bill IcDmwtda
DoMbiw bill rind rlwalHaaIt HAM Lrkta L Lnkinfather Irta M MKJMO wfather
KJMO fiUh father r 0 rf 1 Henri UJCIeaar Efataor OBrien 11 11Htpftriyta 11PdkRtZdt
PdkRtZdt 0 rewets J Jse55tt5 Ue H HHtJIPI1ta Hate II IIMuliptisti
Htpftriyta QttMtt of the tIatrudc Asaum AsaumGertrude aoos aoosGeatnad
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Hacaila la I tor k7Te with I nodcrK I4Madcr Iauo4crKatiod nodcr
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TW Tb H JJI4 hltidbInded i4bw4 d XM Me erf oltba oltbatrk c Athena AthenaNfcfc Atbi Atbik
Nfcfc trk k BoMom tile weanr weanrRIM ROM Wv Ftau 11 W WQtrhx HIQaiDoP
QaiDoP Q Qtrhx dni th the carreetor oracBartha B tortba rtha Strct St SttbUI Strse4ase ana anaSTWK 15 15rug
STWK S rug the jotoar jotDwJ Knljra McCftOrer I 6eJ 12 BWntf 12the 12Plate
Plate th the MhmhJMOder bOou9MdzBIe scrH Jl icm Sheehan 11 118nrwt 118DaoIIt 11 11tIS
8nrwt th the ttater tl t1vb H Rehnd rtod BrovrmU 11 11StarottBg 11SCIIrTeIIItb It It8tsrrutIig
StarottBg ISo e uH UfIrJrpurit r Margate Pw 11 11F UF UObet IIPahici
F Pahici PahiciOioc sri sriObma
Obma Obet Kit KIIIf of Firitead TtkpsodMotile MoUhr Drorfa DrorfaTh M MIttaDIa 15Titsula
IttaDIa Th nli M qtter qua Ittaatatk Jl Vitt lImn 10 10Pudi 10 10ISck 0rdt
ISck or Rob Ro GwMoltow G GvcKobcKatburthe Q KaOwrtee Walsb aIdl aIdlFlat H
Flat fab7 hllTx hllTxIa fatr Kbaoa a RaUtanecB 1 1IVa 1Psblcian
Ia IVa bioMcm Beatrice tl ones BorawOw onesDaroch7 iixneeazes
Ow C Dorothy Baraei azes M MMostard 15Gtnde
Mostard 1I fd Gertrude G tnIde Cbnnotty tf tfIxmlM Iand 15 15Sin
Sin and dtndng faUWl orotJQ n Bern BernLouis It
Louis Martha 11 11 Ocrtntde WUttoo 12 12Oin 0 4see 4seeOMafli a aOM
OM Oin ny 12 It Beetriet Bazaw M Edith Me Mch1
1 DoaaJd > > M 11 KtUmtoe Ka MriDe Hun M Con Coil B Bnt rttt
12 Elbabeth UMfc fmteth th MeK 3IkKeOUIdI oo i 15 I lbeDe fa n Uarrtty 11 11and 11 II IIand
and Iary > tory WIIIa Wl TaUo 12 12Att 1 1Att U Utttoat
Att tttoat odMiu on I Iuk okc > IVeemKatheriM ODoo ODooell ODOIdDell oe
Dell ell J Z2 aDd od Mwte Drfacon 11 11AU ISUee 12 12tuet
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U 12 12 and Mend Gejrwr It ItAUMMkMri 1ttuDIIaa It Ittttnnt
AUMMkMri oa ce OberooLofctta Mttsaa 11 Ina
McCarthy 1i t 11 11 11 Mid AHc AHea Mflk JiUDa 3401 IS ISUre I IStse 1Slam
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Meegber n 10 10TWELFTH W WTWELFTH teTELFTII
TWELFTH TELFTIIBY NIGHT HIGHfBY NIGHTBY
BY COLLEGE GIRLS GIRLSPupils GIRLSPupiJs GIRLSPupils
Pupils Score Triumph Tr 1ll11 ph in inFinal inFinal l lFinal
Final Performance PerformanceThe
The Dramatic Club of Leojean College Collegeve Conesrve Collegegav
rve gav ve a moat successful presentation a aTwelfth t tTwelfth ofTwelfth
Twelfth NIghtS Jht on the eolla collect e lawn lawnlast lawnlast a wn wnlast
last evening OVeftln before an appreciative audi audience audioace l lonce ¬
once enceThis onceTills oaceThis
This is tho fourth and last las Iasof of a scrios scriosof scrlosot nonesplays
of Shakespearean plays presented pr ted by the theclass theclass theclass
class under the direction of Mrs Glenn GlennSiQlth GleanSruSth GlernaSmith
Smith Tinnin and thawork the work of her puplte puplteshowed Impshowed Imp iuidlshowed
showed a marked Improvozneat even over overthe overthe overthe
the excellency Gtcelleoo of their previous produc productions prochletlons produetions ¬
tions It would have been hard for any anyamateur anyamateur anyamateur
amateur to improve upon Mies MIS IIM Leila LeilaHilts LellaHitts
Hilts interpretation of the conceited Mal Malvollo Malvollo I
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Fascinating Little Vloln VlolnMiss Ioln Iolnll8s iolnMiss
Miss ll8s Rebecca Rf ca Chany made a most m t fasci fascinating fascinating and andnatlag ¬
nating little Viola Iola evidenced by her herdainty bordl herdainty
dainty dl nty acting as well as tho profusion of offlowers otowers offlowers
flowers owers that were presented to her Con Continued Continued Continued ¬
tinued applause greeted the drolleries of ofSir oCSir ofSir
Sir Andrew Andre Aguecheok A3Uech and Sir Toboy ToboyBolch Tobo ToboBolch ToboyBelch
Bolch which characters were well en por portrayed portraoo pertrayed ¬
trayed by b Miss Helen Reeve and Miss MissGertrude Mia MiaGertrude MisGertrude
Gertrude Benedict respectively respectivelyMiss rcapoethely11as respectivelyMIss
Miss 11as Dorothy Doroth Loud gave to the charac character char chartel eharacter < ¬
ter of Olivia OAt all the sweet dignity dl lty and andgrace andgrace andgrace
grace of tho part while bUe Miss nss Drexel Dro as asthe astbe asthe
the clown brought bro t out well all the sub subtle subtle subtie ¬
tle wisdom in her line line She would make makea
a capital caI ttal > Jacques JacquesFinnic JacquesFinnIe JacquesFinnie
FinnIe Is Effective EffectiveTho Ii1ffecthThe EITectIseThe
The > finale Introducing tho whole cant cnatwas caat caatwas cantwa
was wa most effectively rendered lnd rod It Its com complication complication comrnpilcatlon ¬
plication of weaving pact paces e WM most mostprettily motpretUh mostprettily
prettily tanglod and unraveled u by the thedancors edancers thedancorn
dancers tripping to the strains trl U of the theclowns theclon theclowns
clowns clon lute luteThe hl hlThe luteThe
The background of tho greensward greenswardstage graenswardstage MftWard MftWardstage
stage was a maas SU of flowery hedge the thewings thewings thewIngs
wings being botn tastefully not l ot with cedars cedarsand c6darsand codsriand
and shrubbery shrubbor With lha stars 8 rs bright brightoverhead brightocrh brightoverhead
overhead ocrh ad nothing Avni t ns lacking 1t kIDl to make mokethis mnJcethis makethis
this tho most nucMMful of the plays playsgiven playsslvan playgiven
given by b Mrs tra llHula most talented talentedyoung UiJentodoung L Lyoung
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Store Closes at 1230 12 30 Monday Decoration Day DayiECURE DaySuggestions DaySugetions
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cooking pots 2 fry pans 4 4cups 4cups 4cups
cups 1 coffee pot 4 knives knivesand knivesand knivesand
and forks 4 tel te spoons 4 4table 4table 4table
table spoons 4 plates and 4 4bowls 4bowls 4bowls
bowls all made of alumi aluminum aluminum aluminun
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PLEADS FOR NATURE NATUREVictor ATURETictor
I IVictor
Victor Murdock Would V QuId Pre Preserve lleserve 1reserve ¬
serve Racial Hacialillstincts HacialillstinctsGRADUATES Instincts InstinctsGRADUATES InstinctsGBADUATES
GRADUATES ARE WARNED WARNEDTells WARNEDreUs WARNEDrails
Tells Fifteen Young Lndlea L dIe nt Their TliclrCommencement ThclrComulcDcemcnt TheirCommencement
Commencement of the Hunger to tothe tothc tothe
the 3Ialn Jlnln81rhlIa prIiiK of Human ProfiT ProfiTreos Proiress Frogrena
reos Found in Modern Tendencies TendenciesCriticises TcudcnclcllCr1t TeiidenclcsCriticiaca
Cr1t Criticises bCII the Presentday lre5cntda Drama DnuimVictor DrumnVlelor DramaVicter
Victor Murtiock In addiMMls the 1 lt10 lt10grMua 11Ogradiiathigt 0 0graduating
graduating grMua D etas claN of the Fairmont Semi Seminary Semll3 Seminary ¬
nary l3 test night nlptlmpr impressed upon the theyoung theyoung
young women OWMD tb tM importance of UM love lovoof 10 10oC loveof I
of nature and preservation pr1MI UoIt of the racial racialInstincts racialiMdnc racialnstincts
Instincts iMdnc I 5 ac the mainiiprlngB of human humanprogre8 humanprogress I IIrO
progress IrO ea He said the conditions con of ofmodern otmodQln ofmodern
modern life t tend to atrophy of nature natureand nat natand natureand
and degeneration of Instincts InstinctsH 1n t1ftcta t1ftctaHe
H He warned arned them against nst feeding their theirminds tb theirmind r rminds
minds on the sensational columns of ofnewspapers otIMwtlpapprs ofnewspapers
newspapers on the modern drama and andmodern antimodern nj njJD
modern fiction He did not urge them themto themto themto
to abstain entirely from roan aU these but butinsisted butInsl6ted butinsisted
insisted on their disbelieving d1sbe all they saw sawon awon sawon
on the stage characteriains eharact rbiDC the modern moderndrama m moderndrama dtn dtnclrma
drama ae a perverted refteetton re ectlon of o life llffcnd Jtt Jttd lifend
d nd above all he urged u simplicity of ofMfe orUfe ofIu0
Mfe and unfailing < consciousness of its itsresponsibilities itsrponsibUttte itsresponsibUutles
responsibilities which becomes more and endmore andmore andmore
more submerged In the iacrssin iDcrea increasing pros prosporousness rOtpecous prosporousness
porousness pecous and complexity of the present presentday prHentday presentday
day social structure structureTh stUCtureThe structureThe
Th The programme opened open with prayer by byRev byRlV byRev
Rev Henry N Couden Coud n The fifteen fair fairgraduates fairJRduat fairgraduates
graduates JRduat were 9e seated in a a semicircle semicircleon Hl le leon
on a a dais CIa with bouquets bouqu of white wh1t blt8 and andlavender andJloder andlavender
lavender sweet peas In their hands Af After Afttr Alter ¬
ter the address of the evening and some someselecting somfselee somee1ertns
selee selecting by the orchestra three of the thegraduates tb tbsnduates
graduates Misses M Harriett Richardson RichardsonEthel RichardsonEthel RichardsonEthel
Ethel Foster and Ada McConnell en entered enterecl ¬
tered the ball with the national fiag ag and andp andpresented ad adpresented
presented p 8ented the lb college with the portrait of ofMaude oriaude ofMaude
Maude Atoms Acl ru as s the hero of class 10 10following 10fOllowlnc 10following
following Admiral Dewey Down of class c OS OSEdward 06Edward 0 0Edward
Edward Everett Hale 141 of TO G Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TbeodoreI TheodoreRoosevelt I
Roosevelt Roosevelt of OS and tid Julia Ward Howe Howeof Howeof I IoC
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The presentation of the certificates by byDr byDr byDr
Dr Arthur Ramsey then tock place plac the thefollowing therollo thefollowing
following rollo being the recipients recipientsL41ian rec recJJllan recipientsLilian
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