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Ahead of All Com ¬
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Committee Con1mitteeCaught Caught
Napping N pping
LIZARD England May 29 29The The
threemasted ttireema5tedsci1ooner schooner Atlantic Atlan tic owned owne d
by Wilson Wllson Marshall of the theN NewTTork New w York
Yacht Club with Capt CaptCharlesBarr Charles Barr at
the wheel heel has won the Kaisers Cup
races rac
The TIlo Atlantic w with ith all sails set
romped on1pedpa5t past the Liaard today defeat ¬
ing inSher ng her ten competitors In handy style
It was ws wn an expected and unexpected
victory for f r the American boat
Before the race started the Atlantic
was was a astrcllg strong favorite and the th popular
choice for the race Within the last
few days reports repOrtsfrom from transAtlantic
steamships placed the German airman boat
Hamburg in the lead with the Endym
lon onof of the Indian In n Harbor Yacht YaehtCIJJ Club
of New York Yorksecond Yorksecondand second secondand and hopes for
the Atlantics victory rl tory were iver almost dis
sijpated i
Quick Win a Surprise
V it was W hardly expected tnat the t ie race i
would V be finished before the middle of
this weelr week and the sudden appearance
of oftlie the Atlantic today oit rr the M Scilly i
V islands was a a surprise V V
The Atlantic Atlanticcama came in with j V a i istrpn V string strpn ong
pIping pfpfng wind wind which she he brought bro ht in Inr Inrfrom nfrom Vfr from bm
seaward se v iT rtI the thereby therebyarr1vlng eb yu arriving r1 lga ahead head of oftth ftt the n
t1fulculat tl tltfl V tfl caIetilatd d by b th the conunittee ommitteea atthc the t tt1fulculat
finish fInish The Thft Atlantics time has not been l
eompntcd but she hehacbrokc he has broken the they the yacht y chl V
Continued ContlnuGdon on Fourth Page
P1Esll1Erfl P ESI ENl m TO1PA PEAK
Will Will Go to Brooklyn and Review Me
morial DayvParade Day DayParadeAdresg ParadeAdaress Aldiess at
r at Slocum Statue
President Roosevelt will leave Wash
V ingien ntcn s shortly after aft midnight mldnlghttoulght tonight for
Brooklyn where io Trill deliyer del yeran an ad ¬
dress tomorrow at the theunveiUng unveiling unveiling of the th
monument to Gen Henry W Slocum
The President Pre dentw1llalso will also review the
Memorial MemorlalDar Day parade o ot the civil war
and Spanish war veterans vetfJra
The special car which wh1 h will w1 1 1carry carry tho
President ana anahia his par party ty to New NewYork V York
0 will will be attached to th the V regu1arPonnsyl regular Pennsyl ¬
V Vvanla vania train tT31n wMch whichwill will arrive arrlv1nJer arriveftrergey in Jersey ey
City at 7 oclock The Th President will
be met there by the theconumtteeJncharge committee In V charge
of the arrangements and will be driven
to the Union UnlonLeagueClub League Club in Brooklyn
where breakfast will be served
After holding a reception the Presi ¬
dent will drive to Eastern Parkway ParkWayand and
V Bedford avenue where the Slocum mon ¬
ument umentis is located and at 930 oclock the
V ceremonies c will begin Addresses will
be delivered de tlverod by the President and Mayor M Ma Ma a yor o or r
McCIollan One of the largest military
parades ever held in New York will
V pass passm in review before the President and
V the mayor after aftertbe the unveiling of the
V statue After Atterthe the parade the President
will visit the naval Y M C A A at
r i iV V V VV the navy yard if he h has time and will
V ave for Washington at 1 oclock
jaseompanylng eompany1ng ompan ng the President wlllbe will be
Secretary Loeb M M A Latta Messrs
Tyree and Sloan mean and one or two White
House attaches
L The depression depressI that has been hover
lag over overthe the plateau region Teal on since Thurs ¬
day last has finally finallypassed passed eastward
across the Rocky mountains and Is
central this morning over Iowa It Is
V moving northeastward and will probably
pass paSs down the St St Lawrence valley Tues ¬
day An area of high hiS h pressure continues I
over OV l the north Hocfcv mountain region
and pressure is high hIg over the Atlantic
ocean and the upper lake regions V
Heavy Heav rains have fallen In the m middle iddle
Missouri Mlssourialley31so valley also In the middle Mis ¬
sissippi el aippl valley and the western portion
of the lake region There have ha va been
scattered showers and thunderstorms in
the Rocky mountain mount n region and the
South So uth Atlantic States
Temperature changes have been un
V Rain is indicated for fortbnlchtand tonight and
Tuesday in the Middle Atlantic States
and for tonight only in the lower lake
V region r o
It oiu will iu be somewhat cooler ilong the
lower l wer lakes htk elsewhere the temperature
changes will be besma1l small
9 9am a m 77
12 noon > 79
1 lpm p m > S1
r T Sun sets today to L Y H 710
Sun rises rIs s tomorrow tomorrow43S 433
J High tide tf e tQn t 4ny yr y 454 4 1 pjn pW
Low tide t1d today ll2 Ud pm
High tide tomorrow513 tomorrow s 13 am 539 > 39 pm
Low Lovttide la Dy tide tomorrow tomorrow12 12 noon
Grant Circle Ladies of G Admiral Bewey Says This
A R Follow F llowOustom Custom Is Only Q111yAlternative Alternative
Evidence to Connect Craw
ford With Transactions
Testimony of ofGovernment Government Expected Expectedto to
Be Finished by Wednesday WednesdayToledo Toledo
MDn fffnTi Star Witness
In the course of the trial of William G
Crawford Indicted for conspiracy to de ¬
fraud the United States the Government
this morn morning ing examined four witnesses
three of whom whom were bankers or clerks
from Toledo Tole < 10and and Cleveland Ohio who
testified as to the hank accounts of
George GeorgeE E Lorenz and identified his
signature oh checks and drafts d fj passing pa ing
to A A W WMachen Machen
The fourth fourth witness was Edwin A
Niess of f the Postofflce Department The
Government met with a slight draw ¬
back through this witness He was In ¬
troduced for the purpose of Identifying
the three classes of bags called call d for in
the th contract with the Postal Device D vice and
Lock Company His testimony was ob ¬
jected j cted to by the defense and tho court
sustained the objection refusing the
Government the right to place the bags
in evidence V
Progress of the Trial Tr ial
I i PostcHce Postcra Postc V Uce e Inspector Mayer ycr who had
gathered most of the eveldence for the
Government G 0 vemment said he thought all testi tes d
I mony for the theproaecution prosecution would bo in
j by Thursday or Friday It Is likely
therefore that the star witness of the
Government Geor ge E Lorenz will j
take the stand standr standemnesday Wednesday V VT T dncsday or Thursday
It is not known how much time the der de
feces entle will wmtatc take to place Its case casebcore before
the jury but it Is not thought thouglttthat that more
than three three or four days will vil1 be neces ¬
In weaving its net around Crawford
the Government is pursuing much the
same course which was followed in tho
Machen case Twothirds of the wit ¬
nesses n s e so tar have been b en bak b a k presidents pres Iden ts
cashiers cnshlersand cashieTs and clerks who identified com ¬
mercial papers of various kinds which
passed between Lorenz and Mstehen
Seek to Prove Fraud
In this way the District Attorney ov os
identiy d nt1 seeks to prove the thopuJmont payment of
money to Lorena I IJ J oren by yCrawford Crawford for the
Postal Device and Lock Company and
Continued CQntlnu d on Fifth FlftliPage Page
Taste ful fu l Cemetery Bouquets BouquetB50c 50c Up
I I I BlocklBtonea BIfl kistones 14th and H nw Phone 208
gg V
Submits to I Contempt of
Cour Couri i Order
Files an Application for Habeas Corpus
With Supreme Court of
United States
Benjamin F McCaully for many years
a well known liveryman in Washington
was today committed to t > Jail by Justice
Wright presiding In Criminal Court
No No1 1 for six months for contempt of
court His counsel as soon on as practi ¬
cable afterward went to t the Capitol and j
filed in the Supreme Court of the United
States an application for a writ of
habeas corpus
When hen the order of court committing
him to jail was wa made out McCaully was
placed In the custody of Deputy Mar ¬
shal hal James Springman who delivered
him to Warden Harris at the District
jail He arrived there about 1130 11 30 a m
McCaully appeared at the City Hall
this morning at 10 oclock He was ac ¬
I companied by a few friends frien He was
dressed in a blue sack suit and seemed
I to be in good spirits
He was driven to the Jail in a private
I vehicle accompanied by Deputy y Marshal
V Springman 8P rlngman Before B afore let leaving LVIng the city C ItY Hall H an
he bid goodby to his friends V
Charge Against McCauly
l I McCaully cCaully was wascharge charged 1 on the affidavit
Of Assistant District Attorney Attorn y James S
EasbySmith of having willfully Im In1 ¬
properly and corruptly attempted to
corrupt and Influence Benjamin F Shaw Sha w
a juror serving on the regular panel in i
the th Criminal Court No 1 in November r1
last The alleged attempt at corruption
occurred a fow days before the second
1 trial of Samuel Gassanhelmeri Gassenhe1m for fore re ¬
ceiving embezzled Baltimore and Ohio I
I 1
tickets 1
j A day or two before the trial trln i iwasbt V was wasbt be ¬ i
j gun It it was testified at the hearing hell1luglr Mr str
McCaull McCaully y approached Juror Shaw 8hu aw W and
aald to him M A case cn > e la coming on for
trial in which a railroal raUroadCOUlpanyla company is try
Ing to down a a man It Is supposed tho
man referred to was GuHsonhelrnfer r Jus J Ju 1 ¬
tice Wright declared declltr d Mr McCnuIlv to
bo guilty of contempt of court uid tnjseu spn sen ¬
tenced him to Impr Imnrisonment isonment In fne nil for
six si months V < e
Continued ICcnUnucdon on Fourth I ourth Psurti ptlJ
Veterans of Capitol Police Honor Mem ¬
ory oryofLincoln of Lincoln and of George I
Washington n I
Following their annual custom the
members of U S Grant Circle No 1
Ladles of the he G A A R this morning
decorated the statue of Gen Ulysses S
Grant in the rotunda at the Capitol and
held memorial services in honor of him
from whom their circle takes its name
Immediately Imrn liiately afterward nft lward the veteran sol ¬
diem dl rsol1 ou the force pf f the Capitol police
conducted a a similar memorial before the
statue of Lincoln Lincolnl l on the V opposite oppositesi side o
of the rotunda and also decorated with I
the national colors the bust in bronze
of George Washington
We are here today in this historic
hall In the Capitol of the United Lnt d States
to pay our respects to the memory of
one of the greatest generals we had
dur du r ing the th e war wa I of the rebellion said SUld11rs
Mrs Dell Fuller Wright in opening l
the Grant exercises Thirteen years
ago this circle of ladies of the Grand
Army of the Republic was organized
and named in inhollor honor of Gen 0 S Grant
We Va are proud of our circle and its
name It has been our custom to moot mc t 0
here at the foot < of f this benuti benutiul bQfl V UtifUl ul statue
on the 29th day of May each year to
place a wreath of flowers In remem ¬
brance and have devotional exercises
V Placed Wreath on Statue
Mrs Wright held a beautiful garland
and with the words I now place this
wreath as a symbol of love in tUe th tlt naiie
of U S Grant Circle No 1 Ladies of 1
the G G GA A A R she placed the wreath wrea h at
the baSe of the heroic figure in marble 1
Divine bless bIeusng ing was Invoked by Key Re I
Mr Couden the blind chaplain chaplainQf of the th 1
House of o f Representatives and Col B
F Hawkes introduced as master of j
Other epeakers were Col William IS
Rogers Mrs Mi S s Ellen Spencer Mussey lIu > and
Past Department Commander Bingham
Mrs Noble Nob e Newport Potts sang The
StarSpangled Banner as a a solb and an
the thofttl5c assemblage asc mblage united unltedln In singing Amer A Ul ¬
Cunt CI pt J P pMcGrow McGrow lead in the core ¬
monies monlasO o of the veterans of the Capitol
Police before the th statuo of Lincoln a De
fctivG tcxtloWeber Weber read the theInrtyred Martyred Presl
dents a Gettysburg Oett burg speech and HU General
Bingham delivered the address of the
day raps were sounded by Bugler Keel
Decoration Day Excursion Pen Mar
n and d Gettysburg G ttvSbUIg via Pennsylvania Hail
ioad Special train leaves Washington
815 8lIiam a m and returning will leave le ve
Gettysburg Gettytl 11rt 11rtnt nt 6 p in and Pen p i Mar at
010 p pm m Tickets Ti ketN for this train 20 for
the roun d trip to either Pen Mar or
V d V V f J L
Leader Ir ader of American Am e can Navy Attributes
Japanese Victory to Togos
H HIt It is 1 the beginning of the end I can
see ho no other outcome than that Russia
will su sue for peace
Admiral George Dewey commanderin
chief of the United States navy made
this declaratlcnto declaration n to a reporter from The
Times when shown a dispatch from fro m
Tokyo this morning giving Admiral
Togos report of the total losses sus ¬
tabled by the Russian fleet in the en ¬
gagement of Satur Saturday day and Sunday
Admiral Deweys further furth r comment
was In my opinion the victory of
the Japanese may be attributed to their
training and preparedness Doubtless
the same spirit was exhibited eX lblted that they
carried with them in their assaults on
Port Arthur Such advices as we wehave have
would W 0 uld seem to show that tha t the Japanese Ta paneso I
achieved their victory by hurling tor ¬
pedo boats against nga nst the > Russians I
Japan Was Prepared
Still we cannot ascribe their success
to tliis thIs alone It is not to be supposed
that the two Russian battleships re ¬
ported captured would surrender to the
torpedo boats alone Admiral Tpgos ogos
training and preparedness throughout
his hi fleet I am convince d is r responsible
for his victory In the great greatnDval naval en ¬
Throughout the day Admiral Dewej
exhibited the keenest possible interest
in the details of the fighting with bulle ¬
tins of which he was furnished turnlshedbyn by news ws ¬
paper representatives rcpres ntatives as well w n as by the
Navy Nav y i Department Dep rtment agencies Talking
with some of his fellowofficers Admiral
Dewey went over all a U the details detnllsof of the
battle and an it was the absorbing abJOrbl gtoplc topic
of tho day Admiral Dewey Dewe r repeatedly
expressing the V view that It was the
beginning of the end
It takes a alQng long time to t build a It i fleet
he said to to one officer and I cannot
see how Russ R Russia ss ia lals is now in ina a position position to
continue her campaign by sea Japan
with the two a additional additlQnalbatt1eg battles battleships hips lpg cap ¬
tured by her and with the Russian
ships shlpssunlt sunk at Port LArthur Arthur which wchslislic she
will doubtless doubt1tssb be btiableto able 3b to t restore r Sfire to use V
fulncssi now appears to have the theprc pre ¬ V
ponderating sea 80apower power
V In Lesampo Bay
At the Bureau of Naval Intelligence
details letnllswereleurnel were learned which servo to show
that naval navillotncers officers here just learned where
Admiral Adml ralolo Toro has been keeping l eepl < 1g his fleet
for tlw the past two weeks in readiness for
Rogpstvenskys Rog t ensk Badvance advance This llils port Is l a V
sheltered harbor h In Lesarnpp L sainpo bay in tIll
Korean straits Here To Togo go has had his
Con Continued tinued on eu Third Page
Ba ltic lti Fleet Fle tPractica Practica lly Anni Annihilate hilate d dSixteen Sixteen
Wars W r hips Jps Sun k kQr or Capture Capt re dGther d t4 t4r r
Vesse ls I in Fti ll llFHghtWit Flight With P t
V Japanese in Pursuit V V c
His Fate in poa DoobtEight Dou btEight Capta ins i s o y f fHis f His f
Comman d Chose j a Hero Heros Ii V erO erOt erOS ro rot ros t s pate E tg
Man ManyP Many Prisoners r sOl1efS i 1ak Ta 1akn ken n
TOK TOKYO 0 May May29 29 29It It is ispfficially officially aimonr annouIlcec1t announced e S jja hat a t the
Baltic fleet under the command o f Admiral Admir EogestYens Ro R fes gestensky tY tYnsky nsky fey
has been practically a annihilated aunihilat IlIlihilated d V
Sixteen Sjxteenwarships warships have hav e either ither been een sun s unk k or Q1 capture captured d
The two lar Iarg 1ai gest sty vesse sse ls lso o f fth th thq trans port divsion div slonare are ai mthe in n the V
hands o c if f tb the Japanese Two Tw torpedo boats DO i ts have been sunk
All remaining Russian vessels vesselsar are in full fu ll flight
It is rumored rUIDOJedbutnot but not confirmed that Bogestvenskys
flags hip has been sunk sun kan k and an an d the f fate ate ateo o f the Russ Russian ian a d ¬
miral is in doubt V V
Eight o o of f the captains captainsQ o f the the1tls Russian an vessels which w whic hich h
were destroyed d de e str oyedmthe in the battle b ttIe were w re drowned iiro W1l d dc c with Wl th th the e sin s sink ink k ¬
ing ngo of o r the ir ships s The Theerewshavepeen crews have been ma de d pr isoners
To JQky kyo is delir lelirious ious with wifujoYa1d joy an d Admiral idnnr dmITaLTogosreporl al Togo Togos J Js s report
is awaited with withfeveris feverish flimpa impatience tience V
During the ba battle ttle the thefiringcould firmg ring could be pIall1 plainly heard on
the shore >
The list listQf o f Russian vessels vesse vess ls Is capture ca Ptl1red prs pr sunk UIiksP V so far ar
as reported r por edto to iMs t 1 is time timeiQUows follows fo11 v I
c c BattIeshipsBoro tl1 sh pE pEc c gJQ4Wp dino Al Alexan Ade der lIt W Wc j c V dnural gl Ousa i1S
koff sunk jff Ore l ico tO k 1dinra i f 1 r SeI a ii dAffmiraI rrrM
J Jrax Apraxm rax in capture d r j > > 5 vf r i V r
V Arihored IDored cruisers cruisersAdmira1 Admiral Naldiimoffe N V aliliimoff Ihnitoi D toi Don Do
s skoiV1adiInir skoi koi Vladimir ir Monomach M lonoma nomach hsu sunk ik
V Protected Proh cted ctedcru cruisers cru sers Pviet1anaJen Pvietlana Jentc Jeiththug tc hug laumru lrUd d
V Repair ship s mpKamschatka Kamschatka V
Several torpe do cra cr aft ft were weres sun unJi k
It is rumored but Jlotco not con nfirmedthatille firmed Thmedthat that the battleships b ship8
Kniaz Suvaro ff and Sissoi SissoiVeli1ialso Veliki also 1 1a have ave a ve been beensllrtlf sunk
V Japanese JapaIlesenaval naval men are confident c rrfide ntnoton not one oneo o f f the e Rus ¬
sian vessels will escape
Togos victory vlct ry over the Russian fleet
has been < complete omp 1jte Only a few crippled
warships o f the th magnificent armada
which challenged thenavalPo the naval powtr r of
Japan Saturday are are leftThc left These c are
hopelessly hopelesslycrIppled crippled and it Is on ly a ques ¬
tion of a faw hours when they thc will be
captured jr r sunk
The latest lalestnewsfrom news from Toga ro o which
comes comesin in brief bulletins bulletinsr b 1l tins r tolls of the
Russian losses as given lvenabov abova abov All this
damage t ti tc > > the enemy has been cone one
with withno no serious damage to the Saps Tapsfleet fleet
Which s as as fit to fight today todayas as it vas
on Saturday morning
More than 5000 men went down with
the ships Half that number have been
taken as prisoners by the Taps
Rescue llemueofEnem of Enemy r V
In the height of the fighting and when
the pursuit was at the most critical
point the th smaller vessels of rages ffret lfi t
stopped to pick up as many of the
drowning Russians us JSDos possible slhle I
Up to this time then there is no detailed etail d
Vivid Vi1J id8loryo Story o f fConflict Con flict
Between Sea Leviathans
Special Sp cial Copyrighted Coprig tedCable Cable I
CHEFOO May 29 19The The greatest naval
battle In history has been fought foughtn in l
the Tsushima TS u Sh 1 m l Straits s tlmtJii and 51ndhasreSUltel has resulted
in a complete Japanese victory VIctor
The conditions s sw Were w r c ideal for the 1
Japanese when on Saturday mornlri mQrIing o
the Russian fleet was < = sighted SIR hted to the
south of Tsuahima Tsushimalleadtd headed for the he 1
Krusenstern or Or r Eastern Enste rn Channel
The weather w < ather was thick thic k kan an d heavy I
w wth ith a good bit of o sea earunnnSAt running At one I
time the haze haZ deepened deepenclinto Into heavy he11V fog1 fog
just the weather vCath er for the t h e o Opf operation > ra tIono1 o
torpedo boats V
V Torpedo Boat V Attack I
It was shortly short1 after noon Saturday Satur dR
when 1 1c c n the Russ R Rueian U5 3iu ian n fleet 11 CAt entered en ter < lth the chan n nnel
nel which separates Tsushirim from I
Japan Almost a at i t the thq thqsame same time the
great battle began
A flotilla ottorpdo of torpedo boats crept rc ptout out J
under undercover cover of f the fas fo According A cOl lng to
the reports reaching here these boals l
five hundred of the thoI I
were within voltmdredrards yards thoI
big battleship Borotllno before tKo fo fog I
lifted and an they were discovered
A hail h ilQf of shot from the rapid fire of f
tho Russians beat down ono one o or the Jnp
anese an se craft In Ia Ii a few m minutes inutes three t1 o tor ¬
pedo boats had been sent down 1ownlmt but not
until they thyhnd had fatally wounded W Un1H their
giant enemy
A AUttle little later one of the big Russian
account of the way in which the greatest V
naval navaIbattIe battle ever fought has been won
Togo has been too busy to do more than
send results = the details will vl11come come later
It is firmly believed here that news
soon will be b received rec elved from from roffi the other
Russian s hips which it Is not believed
possible p ssibleCin can escape escape from the Japanese
There Is the greatest rejoicing among amohg
all classes here It grows more in ¬
tense as as V additional additlonalnews dd ddi ddtIa i tIa hews conies com s from
the great sea S 3fighter fighter of Nippon
Togo is the hero h ro of tha hour His
praises are on o n nall all lips When he comes
next to totliecapJtal the capital he will be given
reception the like of w which hich has never
been tendered tender ed a subject before
The bulletins of victory vlctorY1retraris are trans ¬
mitted without delay to Malshal0yama Marshal Oyama
He is now llowns as fully inforiI informed ed Q ot the sea ea
situation as as is the general eneral staff tat
On this thi knowledge will w 1l1 be based base his
plans It is predicted here this after ¬
noon that thataviqtQry a victory on land to to match
Togos at sea soon oon will be b flashed fiasheduyU ov
the wires from Harbin V
cruisers either struck a mine or was
torpedoed by a submarine She went
down down almost Immediatelyca Immediately carrying rrringall all
her officers and ander crew w
The suddenness suddennssof of the attack and its it
appalling appalUIltsuccess success threw the Russians
into int confusion confusion It was some time before Qe re
Rogres teen tnmskj sky and his lieutenants sue ¬
ceeded eedeiin in restoring order sufficiently to
pftifmit inhjt the hOOt tJet1t tQ to proceed
Then the t tog o HI lifted tea ted Together the great
Heel of ofJapanese Japanese battleships and ar iu
ll leered O cruisers took tooka a hand in the fight
They lhQW61e wave able abletQ to keep a distance just
within w V Uhri range of their theirgrcDt great guns slow ¬
ly l retiring rQUrln as the Russians with des ¬
perate rate valor yaHnpushc1 pushed on n
Deadly De ialYTunfire Gunfire
The Jnprili Japanese egun gun practice was dead
Jy far ta superior to that that of the ha Russians
Their fire fir WitS directed principally prlncip 1l1Y <
against the Kniaz Suvaroff which flew ew
tho V flag of Rogestvensky at Its mast ¬
head the Sissoi Veliki ebogatofts
flagship JallhJO and n d tlcA4mir the Admiral ulNak1MJ Nakhemoff
with vltl Vorllcersom in command These
vessels Y vescl ss ls were w re repeatedly stru struck kbp by the V
great twelveinch projectiles
In the tlelneatUIne meantime the thOJapanescto Japanese torpedo r pedQ
flotilla was active Constantly in
jrroiips roups of oifour four or five they wo would ld make
desperate sallies Dl1ies toward the enemy
so 9i ii feSmy itf every W Y fnvorabla opportunity V
and dashing In with utter disregard for
death del tl
ThaI lnHYdhi SkI l wonderfully wnderf lh effective work
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