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J 8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' TUESDAY? JUNE 18: 1918. 3CC JUNIOR RED CROSS EXPECTS PRESIDENT To Appear Hcfe Xext Week AS GUEST AT RALLYj President and Sirs. Wilson are ex pected to "drop In" on the Junior Red Cross rally at Alexandria county court house Thursday afternoon, un less pressure of public business In terferes. The President will not make a speech, however, having des ignated Whitehead Kluttz, of the In ternational Joint Commission, to rpeak In his stead. An Invitation also has been extended to Governor Davis of Virginia and to members et the British and French War Mis sions now In this country to be present. The rally will be the first of Its kind held by any Junior Red Cross orsanlxatlon In the United States. During the exercises the first am bulance to be sent to the front by any Junior organization in the country will be dedicated for over seas service. I The program calls for a parade of the several schools In the county from Bed Cross headquarters In Clar endon to the court house. Prizes bare been offered, by citizens for the schools which make the best show ing in the parade and the exercises. Congressman Charles C Carlln has donated a silver loving cup which will be awarded to the school mak ing the best all around showing. Prof. Fletcher Kemp, county super lntendent of schools, has promised cash awards of S5 and S3 as prizes for the second and third beat show lags. The ambulance, which will be dedi cated, has been completed ana is now In Clarendon ready for the dedicatory exercises. The money for Its pur chase has been raised In a campaign under the leadership of Mrs. John Edwin Nerin. of Clarendon. It will be sent Arerseaa fully equipped and win bear on Its side a sliver plate reading as. .follows: -"Presented by the Junior Red Cross of Alexandria, County, Virginia, U. a A." The start of the parade win be made from Red Cross headquar" in Clarendon at 4 o'clock in the after -noon. The exercises at the court house will begin at 4:30. Addresses will be made by Congressman Car- lln, Harris Hart, State superintendent of public Instruction, and other pub lie men. The ambulance will be pre sented to Potomac division of thi Red Cross by Prof. Kemp, and will be accepted on behalf of the Red Cross by Andrew D. White, former ambassador to France, or Miss Llda 1L Bassett, superintendent of the Junior Red Cross membership com mittee. The ambulance will be chris tened with water brought from a historic spring1 at Montlcello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. : v - ..'. .-, - K jtiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsKSSSftUX SSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrieVLS. " ' MaftissstmFV -X' SSSvPSSL Lsf '' - . 3'v ssssst". - LsssKSl Bs1eSBBBBBB JSBSSSSSSISsH JawBT JH i BK Ms. JbbssssssssssssssssssssssssssI Playing at the Capital Theaters TOM MIX. Who Is featured in "Ace High" at the Leader Theater all next week. BROADWAY LIGHTS UP AFTER 2 WEEKS IN DARK NEW YORK. Jane 18. After two weeks of abysmal darkness Broadway blazed with light again last night In response to an order issued by Police Commissioner Enright rescinding the ban against all unnecessary lighting. The lights were originally dimmed to efegsard the city from possible Ger man sir attacks. Commissioner En right conferred yesterday with Mai. Gen. W. A. wi commandant of the Department of the East, after which the welcome rescinding order was Issued. Feature Films For This Week OLYMPIC -Today. Mary Miles Mln- ter in "Social Briars:" Wednesday, Theodore Roberts and Louise Huff In Wild Youth:" Thursday, Harry Carey In The Scarlet Drop:" Friday. Wal lace Reld In "RImrock Jones;" Satur day, June Klvidge In "The Oldest Law." KNICKERBOCKER Today and Wednesday, Barbara Castleton In "Mothers of Liberty:" Thursday and Friday. William a Hart In "Selfish Yates:" Saturday, Viola Dana In "The Only Road." CRANDALL'S Today and Wednesday. Norma Talmadge In "De Luxe Annie;" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Alice Brady In The Ordeal of Rosetta," SAVOY Today. Alice Brady In The Ordeal of Rosetta:" Wednesday, Mae Marsh In "All Woman:" Thursday. June Elvldge in 'The Cabaret;" Fri day, Bushman and Bayne In "Cyclone Hlgglns, D. D.; Saturday, Sessue Hayakawa Is -The White Man's Law." APOLLO Today. Montagu Lore In "Vengeance:" Wednesday, Alice Brady in "The Ordeal of Rosetta; Thursday. Constance Talmadge In "The Lesson;" Friday, Sessue Haya kawa in "The White Man's Lawr" Eat urday, Bushman and Bayne in "Cy clone Hlcclns. D. D." AVENUE GRAND Today, Bushman and Bayne In "Cyclone Hlgglns. D. D.:" Wednesday and Thursday, Mary Plckford In "M'Llss:" Friday. June Elvldge In The Oldest Lawr" Satur day. Bert Lytell In The Trail to Yes terday." AMERICAN Today, Mae Marsh m -The Cinderella Man;" Wednesday Enid Bennett in "Naughty, Naughty!" Thursday, Ethel Clayton In The Journey's End;" Friday, Conway Tearle In "The World For Sale;" Sat urday, Ann Pennington in "Sunshine Nan." STRAND Today and Wednesday, Thomas Melghan and Sylvia Bremer in Mlss:nr. Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Florence Reed in The Woman's Law." GARDEN Today. Bessie Barriseala tn "Rose O Paradise:" Wednesday and Thursday, Bessie Love In "How Conld Yon. Caroline?" Friday nd Satudray. tuna unnora in -iuantgnt Madness." LEADER Today and all week. Tom Mix In "Ace High." Before an audience that, included the J President and Mrs. Wll&n. Secretary i and Mrs. Daniels, and a number of other 'notables. "Pack Up Tour Troubles" had Its Initial showing at the National The ater last night. As a background for Sergt. Guy Em pty's stirring appeal and the drive for War Savings Stamps, Um offering Is par ticularly appropriate. There is no at tempt on the part of the-author to pre sent a coherent play along accepted lines. but, taken with a liberal cosing of patriotism, "the group of amusing stories of our soldiers In the camps and "Over There. " as the program reads, proved not at all unpalatable. The Idea Is bullded about the great melting pot of the national army, and the author, George C Hazeltop. has not placed any undue strain on the mental ity of the audience. The comedy is broad, but clean, and the appeal for applause and cheers Is frankly made through the medium of patriotic utterances and fore casts of what will happen to the Kaiser when the American soldiers and their allies complete their work. There Is a thread of a love story all the way through, another hint of a plot and Incidental music by a very good quartet. In the cast Sergeant Kmpey Is happily cast and proves himself rather better before the footlights than one would ex pect after his brief acquaintance with the stage. The part was evidently written for him and It gives him numerous opportunities to distinguish himself by capturlnc Dfis- i oers. discovering Important Information ana ouer stunts luce that Rose SUM. one of Washlncton'a favor Ite actresses, has the role of Mrs. Andy Shay, his mother, and unfortunately has all too few opportunities. Her charac terization of the mother of the fighting Irish boy Is excellent, and her "lines" Drought applause again and again. .natnaniel Sack elves a dellzhtfuUr funny portrayal of Private Dter Ikev- steln. Florence Martin was a most can gaging nurse. John P. Wade contributed a very clever bit of character work as Mose. and Norval KeedwelL as the aris tocratic youth Just drafted, and Emily Fitxroy, as the dotlnc mother, were well cast. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT COSMOS. "The Whirl of Girls," the Cosmos Theater headllner this week. looks like an act from a musical miil. with a lot of pretty girls, catchy music and "peppy" action. The com pany contains nine gfrls, young and pretty, so much so that the lone man. a gooa singer, rails to capture the spotlight from them an instant dur ing their breezy revue. In addition to their performance on the stags the girls in costume sold war stamps In the aisles, including admission to the big War Savings Stamps entertainment to be given by ine combined theaters of the city at Liberty Hut Thursday evening. The bill opens with a fine novelty oy tieaeury and Price, both artists with the crayon, who draw while singing their songs. Harry Sykes has a new type of blackface offering and Val Gamble astonishes the audi ence with his remarkable off-hand mathematical calculations. His act also has an amusing comedy trend. The Celestial Duo. one unmistakably a Chinese pianist of real merit, offers a big concert number. Including the prologue from Pagllacd and other selections by a barytone with a splen did voice. Grey and Byron make a big bit with their novel song and comedy number. "A Girl's Weight," and unusual Interest Is shown in the extraordinary matinee photoplay, Tarzan of the Apes," Edward Rice Burroughs' unique and thrilling story in pictures. Risque to th point sometimes of crudity Is the latest effort of Cosmo Hamilton, author ot "She Burned Her Fingers," which opened last night at the Belasco. Its title well fits It, and It tells the whole story about which Is woven four acts. Touches of wit relieve situations which border oc casionally on the melodramatic Daring Is scarcely mild enough to describe some of the lines. Careful blue penciling wpuld not Injure the piece In several spots, and the Imag ination might be given a trifle wider play to get the effects gained by frankness. Two characters stand out above the others attractive Estello Wlnwood as Beatrice Vanderdyke, the venture some girl who thought she could defy convention, play with fire, and "get away with It." Opposite her Is War burton Gamble as Pelham Franklin, Hon hunter, who proves to be the cave man who humiliated the proud spirit of Beatrice. Decidedly British In his mannerisms. Gamble did well his part Beatrice toyed with visit ing an artist's studio alone, and though she encountered a man whose conquests with women were notor ious, she fulfilled her promise of having an adventure and coming out unscamea. To explain her absence to doting relatives, she Invented the story that she had been secretly married to Franklin, the man whom the family had hpped she would wed. Franklin, incensed, demanded sue play tne game through. Cornered, she finally admitted she was beaten, but Frank lin relented. Act three In Beatrice's boudoir could be deleted by censor without ruining the play. Of course, as might be expected, the play came out "happily." The girl developed a true love for Frank lin and did marry him. Advertised as a comedy, the play is mildly amusing, and its uarlng probably will appeal to Jaded minds. GLE1T ECHO. Trips to Glen Echo Park are be coming more and more popular with the Capital's augmented wartime pop ulation, as the Increasing attendance demonstrates. From early afternoon until midnight at the resort there is practically a continuous round ot merry making these days. Last night another of the big Mon day night crowds was on hand and early and late kept things humming all over the grounds. Around the en trance to the whip, at the gateways tc the derby racer and gravity, all over the big midway, and in. fact, at each of the attractions hundreds kept tne ticket takers busy. Over at the dance pavllllon the floor was crowded. Sunday afternoon and evening thou sands applauded the popular concerts by Celfo's Band and numerous outing parties, large and small, flock to the park every day. The bill at B. F. Keith's this week Is headed by Qua Edwards' annual song revue , Introducing Olga Cook, prima donna; Dan Healy, comedian; Helen Coyne, daneuse; Mario Vlllanl, tenor,' Marguerite Dana and Char lotte Starbuck, a buxom reminder of Frances White of "Hltehy Koo" fame. The act is called The Fountain of Youth," In nine spouts, and It has undergone slight change since seen here earlier In the season. There Is plenty of song and dancing in tnis tabloid musical corned)', the chorus ladies Invading the aisles at one time to sing "I'm After You." Miss Cook has a delightful voice and scored with each ot her solos. "Listen To My Tra La La," "You Are Mamma's Little Daddy Now," The Red Cross Needs You Now," "Uncle Sam's Bouquet," and "Laddie Boy." The scenic Investiture of the comedy Is ample and the costumes are new. Sylvia Loyal, her Pierrot and ser enty pigeons, opens the bill In an original act featured by acrobatics and Juggling. Charles DeHaven and Freddie Nice present bits of musical comedy. Boyonne Whipple and Wal ter Huston offer an odd skit called "Shoes" and dilating on the difficul ties of obtaining happiness. Charles Irwin In a clever monologue scored with his droit stories of Brit ish soldiers at the front. An episode of the trenches entitled "Somewhere In France," In which an Irishman, Cockney, Scotchman and a Canadian figure, won applause. Each "Tommy" sang a song, used their own peculiar dialects, and the Canadian recited a poem Immortalizing the brave lads who held the corner at St. Julian against the German on slaughts. Marie Fitzglbbon told stories, and the Hearst-Pathe Jiews pictorial rounded out the program. GREAT FALLS PARK. At popular Great Falls the Ladles' Liberty Orchestra Is featuring each afternoon and evening a delightful program of popular and dance music. In the large pavilion overlooking the falls there Is dancing every evening. Powerful varied color searchlights il luminate the falls, adding much to the pleturesqueness of the scene. Free motion pictures and a number of amusements for the children are provided. Daily picnics are enjoyed at this historic resort. Electric trains lave the terminal at Thirty-sixth and M streets for Great Falls at fre quent Intervals. MARSHALL HALL. A boatload of merry excursionists, representting the District of Columbia unit of the American Red Cross, filled the grounds at Marshalll Hall yester day. Many special events. Including novelties, culminated In an evening spent in dancing on the spacious pa vilion on the water's edge. The dally excursions to Marshall Hall on the well-equipped steamer Charles Macalester provide an oppor tunity to enjoy a cool ride along the most beautiful part of the Potomac river. At the hall, rich In its historical associations, many amusements may be Indulged In. The Charles Macal ester leaves the Seventh street wharf three times dally 10 a. m, 2:30, and 0:30 for this resort. CHESAPEAKE BEACH. Chesapeake Beach opened Its season of special vaudeville attractions yes terday, when the aerial De Gran's, acrobats, began a two weeks' engage ment, offering feats ot skill, grace and daring. Performances will be given dally, commencing at three and eight o'clock. The beach was crowded last night with war workers, whr made the after-office trip on the train leaving the District line at 6:30 o'clock. Ar riving at the resort at 7:30, tbey bad time for bathing, fishing, crabbing and boating before darkness came. Then the boardwalk became aglow with Its myriad of lights, and excur sionists turned their attention towardj the numerous amusements. Including the great derby coaster, the carousal, the shooting galleries, the bughouse, the bowling alleys and the other pleasure booths. Ton Can Tell the People Who HaTe Iron In Their Blood Strong, Healthy, Vigorous, Folks Ssrjs Ordinary TTuxsitad Treat WHI lamuir the Strength f STer seus, Bsadsm Peep4e In Tne Weeks? Ttssftla Sissy fw. ONE glance is tawith to ten which people have iron In their blood. They are the ones that do and dare. The others are in the weakling class. Sleepless nlsbts spent worry ing over supposed ailments, constant dosing with habit-forming drugs and narcotics' and useless attempts to brace up with strong coffee or other Bttnralanta are what keep them suffer ing sad vainly longing to be strong. Their real trouble is lack of Iron In the blood. Without Iron the blood has so power to change food Into living tissue and therefore, nothing you eat does you srood: you don't get the strength cut of it. When iron Is, sup plied U enriches the lnipoverisa;d blood and gives the body greater re sistance to ward off disease. Numbers of servoca. run-down people who were finpr all the while have moft as tonishingly increased tuelr tr;tiKi'i and endurance simply by taking Iron tn the proper form And uu atter they bad In some cases been gc-lnc: on for months without getting benefit from anything. If you are net strong or well you owe It to yourself to make the follow ing testi See how long you can work or bow far you csn walk without be coming tired. Next take two nve crsln tablets of Nuxated Iron three times per day after meals for two weeks Then teat your strength again and see for yourself how much jou have gained. There Is nothing like good old Iron to help put color in tour cheeks and sound, healthy flesh on your bones But you must take iron In a form than can be easily ab sorbed and assimilated like Nuxated Iron if you want It to do you any food, otherwise It may prove worse than useless. Many an athlete and prize fighter has won the day simply because he knew the secret of great strength and endurance which comes from bavins plenty of Iron in the blood, while many another has gone 1own to inglorious defeat simply for tbe lack, of Iron. In regard to the value of Nui-ited Iron. Dr. A. J. Newman, late Police burgeon of the City of fhicgao. nl former House Surgeon Jefferson I'ark Hospital. Chicago, says Nuxated Iron has proven through his own tests ct It to excel any preparation he has ever used for creating red blood, building up tbe nerves and strenith nlng the muscles. Dr J. W Armlsted, Grove Hill. Ala., graduate of the Uni versity of Alabama School or Medl else. Mobile, 1883,. says: "In the cases J used noxmeu iron j nave (ouna more beneficial results than from any preparation I have ever used in 31 vears' practice." Dr. R. B. naugti. Polkvllle, Miss- graduate of the -CUT THIS OUT- Whai Nuxated Iron u Made From Jews ttsttsmrf tl CsssmcBIm el tt rsrests THE Board of Directors have au thorized the broadest publics, tlon or the sworn statement of the composition of Nuxated Iron! so A?i !e DUDllc may examine it for themselves and Judgeastoltsmerits. ,HS,w.'I"iteTa everywhere are iH-SKa..to-5?i.,1 ?A.t 'or the gested that physicians make a "4: ord of " and keep It In their offices so that they may intelligently an ?r",?Ut vlons ! P'tientfconcem insr It Everybody Is advised tn cut It out and keep ,1 a copy o? the actual sworn statement will be It is folfow,; WD ae"re ucb- vVfJ1 fept.nat0. sPclal Specific Standard) Quantity given below ?i,,uo'u.'y:?f.n.pb.- US.P. ..-....., vmium Isiycerophos- Phates C.S P. tMonranto.) P.E Nux Vomica. U.S.P. Cascarin BItte? HRP Jim '"arhonate Po Ginger -.. w., aecia t. innamon I S.P .. uP..CarDonte Preclp. U.S P ' LtAJCh Quae nt f u. a t,hl.. ... . 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V-Js"Jl"" toPthat and brain cells of man '" "e n" AH 1V.I1 bf lOrn rV'im tU- i two imnortini (n.i.... -fULVP" a.ed Iron Hron IVpYonaYe ", Glycerophophat-r) wi-tiBi-.i- products as lumur.j L reptonate are ;,,v und ex most other tonics. unaer such elrcumf.-ini-.. he stltutlon by un-cnipuloui persona Is ery great, unrt n,i ..k..I ..J"1" .:"Z".,t0 be careful Bnd iee Health Ijbor.toei:. iV' i.1".' - "ae and Detroit. U. & AI, a. this lithe Polkvllle, Alias, grsauate or tne i;-,; Vi,i. i """ ' ,ron without Memphis Hospital College. Memphis. ?" eJs..,h ''s "ot prce Nuxatud 1E9B, says: i always prcFcnoe rm- I - . atfwf Tran where a reconstructive tonic ' .. . ... . ' . . . ' - JV todlcated.- ",u n,mc "' Pt the stomach. Tb IS incicateo. manufaciurer, guarantee ruccesitful and en hmnfM lams Jtetai rTsxated Ine neom- ttrelr satisfactory results to every purchaser men i eft shave is sot a sent remedy hot on or they will refund your money. It is dls- which lrrQ known u CmzrUU Tcryvbers. prated to this etty by James O'Doiitie ll' TftUlka the cider taorgaate Iron products, it Is Plug Stores, rcopUVi Drus Start, ud. all sojOt saWBsKssVd.ast xftjva the tests, ether good drucglsts. RULES FOR SING WATER POSTED IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS "Don't -wash your hands tn running water?" "Don't leave water faucets run ning!" "See that all water Is shut off be fore leaving the wasiroomr These pertinent Instructions on water saving to meet (he present sit uation of limited water supply In the Capital have been posted in the De partment of Commerce by direction of Secretary Redfleld. The Secretary hates waste and he has stepped to the fore In the water saving cam palgn. Colonel Ridley, superintendent of public buildings and grounds, has Is sued orders closing down- all of the public fountains in Washington, fol lowing the precedent set by the Pres ident. The few Washlngtonlans having private fountains and bathing pools In their homes are expected to fol low suit. I Notices are to be posted in the I wash rooms of all of the executive I departments and war bureaus to save II water, and warning against waste The rule against washing In running water la to be generally enforced. Kaiser Says Struggle Between Races Cannot Be Decided In Year AMSTERDAM, June 18. The Kaiser, in replying to Hlnden burgs congratulations on the thirtieth anniversary of his reign, according to a Berlin dis patch said: "Britain's Intervention meant a world struggle between two world views. Either German principles, of right, freedom, hon or, and morality must be upheld; or Anglo-Saxon principles of Idolatry to mammon must be vic torious. "Anglo Saxon alms are making the people of tbe world slaves. Such a matter as whether the Anglo-Saxon will be the ruling race cannot be decided In a year." CLASSEN EAGER 10 ENL ISI IN TANK SERVIG E As an Illustration of the appeal of the tank corps to men of high type. Charles G. Morgan, who was In the diplomatic service at Vienna until relations with Austria were severed, and then at Berne, Switzerland. Is a member of the 'Treat 'Em Rough" NO BATHING SUIT CENSOR AT CHESAPEAKE BEACH '' PUTS JOY IN E, ACHING FEET "My, how 'Tiz' gladdens tired, swollen, burning feci It's glorious" Ah! what relief. No more tired feet, no more burning feet; no more i-wollcn. aching, tender, sweaty feet. No more- eorcnesj in corns. calloubea. bunions. No ma'ier nhat ails jour feet or what undr the nun you've tried without gettint; relief. Just use "Tiz " "Tiz ' ! the anly remedy that draws nut all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet T izr cures jour foct troubia so you'll never limp or drav, up your race in pain. Your rnoes won t ctm tlicht and our feet will never, never hurt or cet sore and swollen Think of it, no more foot misery, no more agony from corns, callouses or bunions. Get a 25-rent box at any drug store ar department store and get Instant relief. Wear smaller shoes Just once try Tiz" Get a whole years foot comfort for only 25 cents. ininK oi it. Low necks and bare arms and bare legs are two war-time bathing suit fashions at Chesapeake Beach this stasen . ar-tlme economy has hit oven bathing suit, and this year they aro vastly abbreviated. Officials ut the Teach say. too. that thero Is no I'kqllhood of such a censorship as has Just been put Into effect 'at A'ttntic City. Ntarly all of the women's bathing .! at the resort this year art of the two-piece type a pair of trunks anJ a Jersey. Old-fashioned skirts are never seen. Stockings are fur nished those who desire them, but the prevailing fad Is bare legs, and there la no censor. Low necks are extremely popular, and sleeveless Jerseys are worn oy nearly all. Despite the dye shortage, the suits are as varl-colored as the well-known Joseph's coat. Solid reds and blues predominate, but frequently the two colors are combined with touches of white, giving a patriotic ensemble effect. "And yet there really Is nothing shocking on the entire beach." said one official today. "Low necks and bare legs at a beach are offensive only to a few prudes. Tbe police, ot course, see that nothing really dis gusting appears There Is no cen sorship, but naturally common decen cies and proprieties will continue to be observed." organization of tbe army today. E. K. Harrison, of St. Louis, who was a student aviator In Canada until Injuries received while flying, barred him from the service. Is another of those drawn by the lure of the "Liz- Izards of Death." ! "I've seen a lot of things abroad that aroused my fighting blood." said Morgan, "and as I wish to get Into action without delay I selected the tank corps in which to serve. "Injuries received while flying bar me from further work in the aviation section." said Harrison, "and I am clad that I am acceptable for service In another branch that promises spec-' tacular and effective fighting. The usual number of volunteers, draft subjects and transfer-seeking soldiers are making personal appli cation for admission to the corps to day. "The drive for tank men." said an officer of the corps, "has been highly successful, and many of the original twenty classifications under which men were desired have been closed out. Vacancies still exist, however, in the classifications of tractor and heavy auto truck drivers, auto engine and machine gun mechanics, oxy acetylene welders, blacksmiths, wire less buzzer operators and gunners. Collegians and men with some previ ous military training are wanted also." MAYOR "DOLL8 UP" TO FISH. CHICAGO. June 1K. The fish do not bite for Mayor Thompson unless his trouser are "Just so." That, In effect nas the excuse given to Judge La Buv hv Tl K. Marshall. A tailor, arrested a speeder. He said he was hurrying with ( the mayor s trousers neatly criascd for i ri shins". He as fined 15. PRESIDENT'S REVILER HELD. ANNISTON, Ala., June 11 'Mlescd to have made ugly remarks about President Wilson and wishing Ger many success against tho sttllrs. Rob ert Newrlter. a railway- watchman, is toaay neid in the county J the acuoa ox tea aredexal TONIC UPBUILDER i Stubborn Couchs. Weak Lunss and Colds. Try Eckman's Alterative For many years this Calcium rrtparatlaa has maintained an ever inereaglnx reputa tion for accomplishing; food, and often re markable results. $1 Size $2 Size now 80c now $1.50 awoltlngl Prt-Include War Tar. 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