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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. 1911.
GEO.W HICKOX COMPANY NKW MKXICO-? I'lOMIF.n JI'.W JXETCJB Waarb IneiHxtore fr Kant le and ('oast iJuoa. Hot Waeda K iwlrtnf aiid Fjigraxlnf. rire Anai fuoxt t is & becojtd sr. H-e-f-f 4 M'-e''t4'M-" , CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. f-toe, llanree, llon ruritUliliif flood. Cutlerr, Toole, Iron F1pa Valr ami IlttlntfH, Plumbing, Healing, Tin and Copper Work, til V. t t-VrUAL AVE. T1XKPHONB til. "-' MATTHEW'S ICE CREAM flta the etandard for abiolute purity, aa well aa dellcloua Barer. Ik tilt on belts Barred with Matthew' only. rilOXB 420. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR FORT Canned Vegetables and BRAND Fruits THE FINEST AND MOST DELICIOUS ON THE MARKET Zwiebock Fresh from the Colorado Snnitar- ium Co. Fresh sup- j ply just to hand 1 15c per Package j Ward's Store i ltMI It II. IU. Mgr. 3li Mai hie W, Pimm Una Poll Tax Is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractor. ritura and workmanahlp couaL W rmnntee mora for your money than an other contracting firm to Albu iurque. Office t tha fupertor Planing M11L Phone 177. Mental Activity and Physical Comfort us Superior Union Suits M' !."0 V2.00 $2.00 E. 1. WASHHl'KN CO. Albuquerque N.M. us , mil. in v, r.,.1,1. LAUNDRY i .' 1 i in WHITE WAGONS yuu HENRY GOETZ CAFE yen's of High Quality at i.ow nucics posite Trlmblee .... ll N. Id St. Strong Brothers Cpdertakrre aad Emb&lmer. Prompt Service Day or Night. Telephone 76. Reeldeuce tti hlron Ulk., Copper and Sid la the ...nt that ro .(inula Bat rvceir. rour mnmini ppr ulpta M in l' K1AL TICLbuHAfU .V. ! tnr four Dm n& e,IUraa n& the (lr will W il.ilvcrrd br a .peolal lHMtr Ta. Ulapbone U Nj. It es.ee ri: Amw w aa. The abore reward will fce paid (or the emit and rosvtctlna of any one eaufht .teallnc eoplee of the Moraiee Journal frnm tie door ware of eubecrtbere JOURNAL 1-LBLliHlNa CO. - LOCAL .SEWS OF INTEREST THE WKATlIEn. Weather report lr twenty-four hours ending jit ti p, ni.. Juno S'l- Maximum t, 'mperantre, st; mini mum. Kit; range, 21; temperature al 6 t. in., T'; southeasterly winds; pun i loud v. 1'urii t. v asiiiiiKinii, jun,- su .( v, Mexico IKHl shoUt'Tlt Wednesday Hllll prob ably Thursday cM't'i'l lari inulisl purtinii. Artl"IIH J Pair eolith. Im itl nhciw. ith north port Inn; Wodncit.lay ami irolullv Thursilav. Wrl T l air AVc.Iik s.la ; warmer mkI pi'rlioiiM. t-rnnvT niul cooItT at muht or Ttuusrt.iy mum portion, f :i ir soutliit and por tion. Ir. soliMmikor, o-ktiiiIi 1 ! 'it I rii t nir in ( i "1 i vli Mlay. phono 717 on I'l l n.ihllo taf I- X t -1 1 - W. II S nr, i c.f I : i K 111 tho I it v. I i. h. !,n M. :.H1! I'll' i n It it st. r.l.n Imian. XM'll-klli 1 IMPT It .i Ui 11 lllln no y ( Itv (.f r,,.i! v . -1 r ' ! Mr I'l.i.-r i l.o.- M. Mi l- ill I". II. k . li luiiu d Ire W i !t .111.11 H . I . ,11,1 l:.s 1...1! but now SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. ol O,.1 That old rcssp:.ol is full aga.n. Why don't ou call C, Fisher & Co.. and have them connect your house with the new sewer. Best work at lowest prices. C. FISHER & CO. Phones 83-1106. 224 West Gold. ... . ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND Mill CO. TrI. tHa TeL 1M French &. Lowber Funeral Directors and Embaimers lavly AaaleUU COR. aTU AND CKNTRAL. Offlr IIvhw 6 hort. lie ati'onipanli'il hi wife and liiUI ho will ri'inaln away during the Mimmor ihoiiUin. Tli r- la' a kioi l.il oiiumini-i-.ition of Toinplc I.oilno o. .. F. & A'M. this evening nt ! o rlork. for work In ihv K. A. d.mio. Hy order of tin: W. M.. J. A. Mill. r. . r. tjry. Kl. hard I I'hrman of 1 ' John Ktrii t, better known as I'ii k. the f.illt-r." has returned Irom a vi.it to J'ltt.-il'Urit. Pa., his loriner home. He Htso visittMl Hunalo and Niagara Fulls. An hde.iron W. K. Warren has been fort.d to abandon hi eoiitemplateil trip to the Uoldeii Out.- elty to attend tht National Sunday School conveii tlun now in acf.slon there Henry Swain, a leadline druuKii't of Wan.m Mound. N. M . was in the elty yesterday rnl'init" home with his bride, who. until June 14 was Mi"" l.lllie Jeiililnun of Kerrvville. Texan, where the weddlna omirred Liwreiiee I'e returned n the lim ited yesterday Irom Yale, where he is ni'W msaiced In the pursuit of know ledne. Mr. Uco ha.i had a fin ec.-sfu! year and will upend the nummcr with hie relatives botore returning to Md Kli. St. John ;ul!d will h'dd i's mi nx nthly eiM'inl nieetiin; t.ilK uternoon from 3 to j. at the c.ulld hail. This meetin will be as informal ns it Is ponnilde to make it. Ail iadles of the parish find atrnnRi-re ate invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. M. I'.). on of the fhiko ily fleuinim eoinpi'b.v. left on the limited yesterdav lor I'alifornla. Mr". H-rbi-rt Sehb-K of Nedleo. Calif, lift yteterday lor Kl Faso. ai-, tr b ivinir p nt several dnye vlvitlne in this city. i Tony Mori'lll. a hamjaire aent at tile San!;i Fe depm. arrested yes- j terday by Chief MrMillin for ilesert-; Iiib and abandoning Ins wlte and two rloldren. The arre."t was made on j eomplnlnt of the wile. Morelll a rebase.j on bis ow n rei-etm am e and will appear ifcis' morning at 1U o'clock, j Froi. I. W". Uichards, iioeompanied hv his wile, he arrived In Alhiuiu r- j i,'ie. an. I will become Interested In the j II. S. I.ithgow- company, hook bind- j ere ;ml rubber stamp makers. Frof. Ki hards was formerl connected with the Fniversity of New- Mexico j faculty and for the last year hue been at tin' lo ad of the city schools of j Cl.ivtoii, N. M. H.irv F igus.Min, Ji w ho has been ; dttendinj a. Iool st the W'ashinKtoli and 1-ce I'nlvereitv of Virginui. return. ed ve.-terd iv for the summer vacaio Mr. und Mr. A. Wood, a wealthy ("onnecticiit people, who have occu pied the Rainer home fr the past few months lure, leave tomorrow- wnn their little daughter and maid for folorado sprintf i"r ' Khort flay oe !orc gomK to t'alifornia. mlninij properlies In the Sjindlas, Hailroad automobile No. 110 left hero vesterday moriiiiiK lor San Mar ei.il. VarryiiiK the tollowinc railroad otlbials: Illusion Superintendent F. F Summers. Ueiieral or man of Hrldste and UulldlnK Mayes, Train master Mackle of San Marcial. How ard H Iimiing of Topeka. and Mr. Carker of San Marcial. The trip was made in three hours and was for the purpose of bruise inspection enroute. ("heap rates at Ihe ulrdoine. ( Huilsoiie lru-re on pa IH'rlia us ing. Jour lal Want Aas Get Results THE LEADER 5,10c and 15c Store M AIL OIUIF.HS FIIJ.KD rUOMlTLV. S09-SU W. CT.NTUAL AVE. A Sale of White China American Seml-I", I'r.iad and Hatter si I'le t.re, 6 f.r .rcelain , for IMales. 2.V 3tk- 10. li .?0 ami -,'"m' to. I.". in ami 2.V I IV I .V' 7V JltiO tiK- 1 ;hee n Fib' 1',; . in V :k -I-! I- t. ',, , 'itlu wed i: ,!-, h t,,r 1 A.nr-i-iin mi- it r n r n j 1 sscrt s;s. . f..r S.V !t, a i,i..i !. ',kf.s: i-.e, for I'H-i M'n c r s.v, . f, !ot 5m' ;i'"I" '" Sa'.lcets. for l.K' j j !':! S r- i'. f-r 20c ! I ''.! ,!-. e- '; sin.'. I, .!'. ,V' . Me.llulil Siit: j 1 ' ,'m J bowls, 3 for ,.SV . ) ' J ..Large .at? ho it ' -mtxmmmedTf lite i Meat F! Mb rv I Ve.i till, Wonderful Bargains in WOMEN'S SHOES We are iftering a fine assortment cf highv grade Shoes for ladles, in blacks or tans, high or low cuts, lace or button, selling reg ulaily for $3,50 to $4,00 a pair, for the extremely low price, per pair $1.99 These Shoes are mov ing fast and our advice is to make your selection sarly in order to obtain he best. of thq .style Local Doctors Complete Elab oi ate Arrangements to Wel come Delegates to Los . i .i r r . Angeies tonvention tn tioute j Till' loct. ! ,,1 I grossing w ill) th. the tiMilit) lr., rr nig. in? , nt the re. cpti.'ii 1 the veil Hal nd t-nt. rta:i b-a.ls of th ; ,n Medi, tl , v ii In rc in ; . is to 1 1 a . at the d !' take them . : sii; and i ! in. givh -ie t-il and i , tors ir-- , " r, lal club. , 'ii and l!u I'l-Ottlllg tie II. e ba U .; hip -.1 Seere' ,, ihi'oiich a I let n are I . ' a c e "lesi rn o! of th, The Alio i.-s Hi plan 1, do f r .11. b , Hid e. t ; in n i ; . v. ti M LP t the i:)H Siher imi i" g...l Vjew o! 1 The !oal ,b with the i olio no, oil, a."", Imiiiig i at en A i on'ini'.l, e o .1, r the b ad, :. tbning will g w 1,1 le t lo med in,,, him - 1-I.-I at.ire ot All-;. , i tunc Acio. I" li. It. trains I. rune and N e .. in tor, s. tl. The t itT.e:,. of Al', .pi, 'laie a'il"s an.l ,ih,i tio noi 'lie Anlo'in i o.- asso, iat .oil (,;.,sl,-.i to hiii i thur macbin lep.lt It" a OooM f,,r the tol tb., tore . 'id members of the i ,nd t in, rtaoiir, nt commit! u t at till . T'l, ,et ar herri Medi s w lib the oln. ; r. ,1. I, firing tbt ,,-i- iv , Albmiuer., 1 tnd ;dge Abbott Hears Arguments In Case of Ten itory as Ir.ter venor h Action to O' ct Title. Vest, ri! attfinoon Jutii,-.' Al l", It ntniiE in tbambers was tig-ag. ,1 ai b. arirg th. argumente ot the territory ll New Mfii.'o i liitTvei,' r In tin snt of Mtrif and KlixahctS, lpist.. tg..lnst Hclm.t Uingila and Mors The euit was 01 finally brought by tt.t fust named parties to nlet the tit!, lo tttt.iin property of the lute John I.ancila. s t . at.nl tn this m on X r-f xtid o II. '..". Walter sti.et. . Kdith f a .tieia,.' and worth e m The et.it of heirs of J stert.tl l i i ts i.n l.jinriia. th- pluin- t-,l all. g.ng thev wvre t.ie ninunii In irs ant! -..tt. tin" the i la .rts .,( the fendaiits. The terntoTv fore in-toiv.n.-il end pbade.t that J- ' n ljiii KiU di. J without hcirn an.i in.- pi,p ,rtv sli oiul tightlully m.-rt t . th. It-rriiorv It wan tins 110 U. n ot the Wrriloi. Uul.iuil tni J .M. St atu tii.ui, t autui). '' l"b. ns'-n v.tlfntii'. 1 H(,Meteee 'n .p- JwsenwaldS BinEPY;AUTOS FOR MEDfGOES i 515.QQQ 11 II LITIGATION big unit cow IN SUM FE De Vargas Pageant On Fourth Will Be Picturesque and' Brilliant Says Albuquerque i Man Back From Capital. I'.eorKe I. I. laniard of the iiiii.sk house el l.earnard and l.indcmann, has jut returned from Santa Fe. where he w.nt on business trip in connection with th present piano sale now i;,.ine on at the store. I ncv. r in my life saw a place im prove like Santa Fe has done.'" said Mr. L urnurd to a M'Tiiiio; Jennie I representative ycstciday. They are paviiiu the streets, and putlini; down sidewalks fo- all the world like one of the t,us towns of the east. And the p.ople are awake and are starting things In nr at shape. ' Thev ' purnose having a lie Vargas page int as a part of the sane Fourth f July celebration. You knew De Vargas was tlie Spanish K"vernor who i ecmpicreil what Is n w New Mexico for the Spaniards in Ifi'J2. Hon. Hi orae W'. Armijo. who is a de scendant of De Varnas. will imper sonate the governor in the pase int. wcirintr an exact facsiioile of the old costume worn by the conqueror on Ins inn north from Kl Faso. ; "Mr. Armijo, who has t.ikin great interest in the pageant has received the promise of all Foe Indian chiefs near Santa Fe that they will be pres ent and take part In the pageant in the sam. class of costume they wore when resisting the invasion of De Vargas. The movement on foot Is to make this -mgcant an antiuil affair as famous us th- N"er Orleans Madrl lira. "That Santa Fe it" alive to the pos sibilities of the moment Is evidenced by the fact that they have already j subscribed l,Un in cash to finance 1 the doings for this year. 1 "In order that Santa Fe may be In a position to welcome the many guests all places of business will he closed on the Fourth from 10 a. in. until p. in. In the evening there will lie band concerts and an immense fireworks displiy at old fort Many. I .j. I If yon need a carpenter, u-lcphone IK'HM'ldon; phone 377. I Flush Miner Who Demands Joy Ride From Alvarado to Deny ing Sleeper Pays Well for Privilege. (Hie ol the funniest t. lings that ever ocevrnd in this city was witnessed last Saturday at the Alvaido. The de tails have just leaked out. A promi- nnl vounir mining man of th south' western oortion of the territory ca me to tow n with his pockets bulging with coin and hills, the ravings of probablj a vear. lie was on his wav to Den xr and other points nortli and eaM to have a time, and he started It here, He arrived, on the 1C1 Faso train earlv Satuiday morning, and upon ar rivil loiiml that a telegram awaited him Irom a trund in Kl l'aso. asking him to come y.nk th.re nnd the two of Ho in would start together lor the .,m,n,.r This W ! S illviUltioIl enollg.l. so the voting tellow win d back he In llav Ibis the the t.iat night train. WOU ,1 c.'ll"- on the m.abtmn n.. r,- Jot walttllir to be put ill. was sin nt in th- u i a w ii, le Most of tecllon ot tr:iin lime llarieV le vming 'miner h.ii a cargo aboard a,v . mild cairv b. tier than one ! The Irani dr. " on in front of the n hotel -.nd imnie.hat ii ' .it r-'d an ant, niobil rh the min, r or- e to take him I" nitidis were o-e-lii,' tiani as Just ..or made no dt. ,in auto to I ike ,1 be was goiim to ; ii',. si iiion. l i'' , less The la, I tr.at ' Mllt-l'ie the from It. r, n- . he wanted I un to t.ie trim ai. li'iv. it. The ii.H.i was i til tl. the . side young nap loor ef the , bmbed in tt"!ii m I ol. I and wi's lino t.ist ub'iig rrs' ,fl,irc. Where be s baggage The , ditched him in tel and tharged Mr-. I t lb. ti, k t , r. ,.c,i,,l t I'm , r "l t:i 1 1..-. K h iCt.l til-' ,-avov In ir.'iu ot the boo tw o del! ,r l,,r tn, rine. .i -'-oung man had then ,i. r and wi ,-r I., w.Uk back .1., and to tl, 4 sta!ulr.. g 1 , blocKS III toe .''-- ,. Deniing sleeper, who h twe,,' in ooM had t 'vanor, .1 i. t iiinii "e" :r,,..) ,,ii bis ant" tl ml . i; Stiih hor-es and bu-Jgles fur l.y V. L. :orth Second tiisbcd on snort nome Trimble & Fo.. US street. I'hone J. POPULAR ALBUQUERQUE YOUNG LADY TO MARRY KANSAS CITY DENTIST It will be interesting n to tin ,i:numctai I, A i u.U. rum- friends of tn.. bri.b -, I.-, t to h. ar that Miss ibitrade V. .r-n.nt. daught' r o! Mr' an, I Mrs W". J Y.'Thv.L of ': south Arni.t. is P. i.o.onie the bnd.' in a f.w dats ol Dr J. K. Thonip-oti, a ri.'in: xoui.g d nlal prat titiutit r, i f Kansas Citv Mo. The cereinonv will otiiir in tlct iity at Ihe home of the pare ran of ihe KHs'in. nr. anu .Mrs. . Thompson at S3S Swope Fark- way. The w. tided couple wi.l mak: their horn, in Kansas City. Miss Zir hut. f,.lb,., l.y the cordial good wish.e of nam friends, left on train So. 1" on the Santa Fe, yeslerdai morning- accompanied hy a friend, for Kansae City. She t a very popular girl r,d will lie r.-atly missed l a large i irele of admiring acquaintance? here. Foley Kidney rills contain just the Ingredient necessary to regulate ann etrenithen the action of the kidney and Madder. Try them yourself. J H. OT.ielly. Orrlllo Lamp Gallup Lump - HAHN ' ' A vriitt fTTTi Ai r. CoWe, Mlfl Wood, Faolorjr l"Lri Brick. Fir Clae. Kama Fe DOLLARS FOIl i BLOCKS YOUR for FRIENDS Post Card Day Your selection from 25 subjects of Local View Post Cards 5 for 5c SPECIAL the next three days , a 25c Local View For only Souvenir Book, for 5c Strong's Book Store, Central A to. NOTED SPEAKERS ft! IE President Taft Heads Dis tinguished List; Attendance Expected to Be Unusually Large. The reports whoch are coming in to the hcailquaru rs of the Fulled Society of Christian Kndenvor indicate an unusually large attendance at the Twenty-filth International Christian Kndenvor convention to be held on the Million-Dollar I'ier at Atlantic City, N". J., July 6-1-'. The large num ber of hotel reservations already made, shows that Christian Kntleavor ors and their friends from all parts of the continent will take advantage of the exceptional opportunity which offers a very strong lst of speakers and numerous other attractive, fea tures. The revised list of program speak ers include the following: I'resident Taft. Hon. Champ Clark, Speaker of the House of Representatives, former Vice President Charles Warren Fair banks, Judge Hen H. I.indsey of Den ver, Dr. Charles M. Slieldton, of Kan sas, Principal Hooker T. Washington of Tuskegee Institute. Commander Kva liootli of the Salvation Army, Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, the famous evan gelist. Dr. Russell II. Conwcll of the Philadelphia I'.aptist Temple, Kev. F. J. Horselield, President of the Brit ish Christian Kndeavor I'nion, Rev. K. Fukuda of Japan. Rev. IL I. Mar shall, of Iftirmn, Rev. R. S. Cray of New Zealand. Hon. John Wanamukt-r of Philadelphia. Mr. Fred n. Smith of the International V'. M. C. A., Mrs. Mary Wood-Allen Chapman, the per sonal purity worker, and a score or more of pastors and specialists in Christian Kndeuvor work from many denominations, and missionaries from loieign lands. Choruses are being trained in sev eral different cities to lead the i (in vention singing. A Christian Kndeavor Institute in several sections conducted by experts in Young Pen, do's work will be hold during live of the seven mornings of uonvention week, and there are other nninu features which promise to make this one of the greatest gather ings this world-wide niovt melit has ever held. Young's Million-Dollar Pier, the largest pier at Atlantic City, has been leas -, by the Christian Kndeavorers t,,r the entire Wf k. and only register ed delegates and convention visitors will be allowed on the pier while the . one ntion is in session. Special railroad rates have been granted from nearly all points throughout the country for this con vention, and unusually low hotel rates are also otfcl'ed. The convention pro-ram is so ar ranged that'The hours from 10:0fi in the morning until ":"0 in the after noon are left free of meetings each day. so that the delegates may en joy to the full extent the bathing and other outdoor recrcatlous at Atlantic City. Dr. Francis K. Clark, the founder of chrl-ttinn Kndeavor, whj is in his thirtieth year of service in connection with the movement, will preside at the convention and announce the re sult of the increase campaign, in which the Kndeavorers of the Vnit ed States and Canada have undertak en to add 10.000 new societies and on- million new members In the two veals between the last International tonvention In 1 !0! nntl the coining gathering at Atlantic City. XOTICK. This Is the last month In uliMi lo pay your tax bofoic H-nalty Is added, ilellniiieiit road tarx i K paahlo at this of fill'. I'.. Pituioj, treasurer and ((-officio collivtor. SOUTHERN PACIFIC MUST PAY VICTIM $50,000 San Francisco, June 2". The su preme court affirmed the largest Judg ment today ever awarded in this slap for personal Injuries. In a ruling on an apptal the court decreed that the Southern Pacific railway company must pay Witlurd R. Cibbell of Fresno, who was run ovci l,v a train, $50,000. Xew Roar Admiral. Washington. June 2l. Captain iTiarlos 11. T. Moore, commandant of the San Francisco naval training n.t. tinn. was nominated as a rear admiral bv President Talt today. Try v. Morning Journal Want Ad COAL CO. Corllloi Store Gallup Stove I SEND CONVENTION OF END AVORERu PHOXK ! Kirr KTr4M toak 5 WikkI. C.vnl Wood. Native Kindling ItrlcL. romnion Itrlck. Uiiia. 1 time you 2 feel the desire S for good-things-to- S wear, hurry in here. Hart Shalfner & I Marks clothes are 5 waiting for you; j S and a lot of other S good stuff. I Suits $18 and Up: I Simon Stern j The Central Avenue Clothier, i The home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes. DENVER AND RIO GRANDE. BOOKLET TELLS OF THE JOYS OF CAMPING The Joys of outdoor life in the Rot ky Mountains are pictured and described In a new bookb t Issued by the passenger department of the Den ver i Rio ilrande railroad, entitled, "Camping, in the Rockies." ll.i-ides Ihe well executed cover design in color, depleting a party of campers ejoying the evening around the glowing embers of a camp lire, tho book contains thirty-three excel lent hall-lone illustrations, showing pit turcs.pi. t amping spots In the Rockies. Tin- introduction of the hook whs written by Kdward L. Sabln, who writes knowingly about places to go, supplies to be taken, tackle to be used and other valuable suggestions to tho man who contemplates an out door vacation. Thu story is supple mented by some estimates, showing tho cost of outing tours in Colorado, I'tah and New Mexico, which includes, railroad, hotel, carriage ami other In cidental expenses. Space is also devot ed to tamping conveniences, sites, supplies, suggestions and seasons. The fcest saduio norses to be had In the city arc at W. I Trimble's 113 North Second street; p'.ione S. India Linons Less India I. icons for summer frocks nnd waists, take special prii i s. In -lining this morning savin'-is alone on these qualities' pr.ii lii ally pi'ovid, s findings itn.l triiiiiiiinij lings. ton- S 1 tiur Ha :) iualilifi ll:i titles i, at .. (iljC ..8 i.a- i nir 1 ' lllillities it I2'2i: of figured Also 1 ", luwns our piece, ! l-3c valiit at 6c a Yard Women's Ribbed Vests at Less In our knit underwear sec- lion for a vvt .k-tnd special we offer women's Swiss Ribbed Vests, that are unusual values, at r, diu c,l pries. Low iie'ik, no sleeves with, narrow or wide shoulder straps. Tlnse art hiuh grade goods', ii, vtr sold at less than 3:.e. F,,r the rest nf thi week they will be on sale at 25c FERGUSON ...AND... COLLISTER Albuquerque's Dry Goods Shop, r.f'np A tv t; H. 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