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THE EVENING PAPER
IS TIIE PAPER OF TO WEATHER FORECAST
DAY THE MORNING 5 all THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TO
PAPER OF YESTERDAY
DAY AND TOMORROW
Fortieth YearNo 137Price Five Centc
OGDEN CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE
8 J9JO Entered ac Second Clatu Matter at the Postoffkc Ogden Utah
r IOWA IS
i
DiV OED
Hull Defeated and Smith
EfectedCarrolI in
Doubt
Des Moliics June SIn complote
I returns to the Dully Capital from 07
counties Indicate
lcate nomination of Car
roll by 12000 according to the Cap
Jtals analysis The Register and
Loader which claimed Garths nom
iuatlon during the forenoon at 2 p
m analyses the vote as Indicating Car
rolls election by a small margin
C C Nye Carrolls political man
agor claims Carroll nomination bv
10000 on returns from 15 counties
Carrolls average loss ns compared
with two years ago is 110 votes to
ho county on which Nye clnlms Car
rolls nomination
Des Molues la June S Fiftysix
counties out of 99 give Garst Ropub
Hcan for governor 11n30 against
11006 for Carroll Two years ago
these counties gave Oarst 7051 Car
roll 1639J At 1 p mf tho Register
and Lender prog declares Garsts
nomination Is a certainty by GOOO
Neither Governor Carroll nor tho
Dally Capitol admit Carrolls defeat
Dos Moines la Juno STh He
publican nomination for governor was
claimed by both sides this forenoon
by about 10000 The result appar
ently in very clone Unquestionably
Garst has Rained considerably over
his record two years ago when he
was defeated by Carroll I
Des Moines la While returns from
yesterdays primaries arc still far
from complete the nomination of
Porter democrat for governor scorns
certain Eight progressives and three
stand pattcrs were nominated for
congress
Following are the congressional
tickets
Republicans
First district C A Kennedy
standpat
Second district Charles Grllk
progressive
Third districtC E Plckett pro
gressive
Fourth district Gilbert X Huugen
progressive
Fifth district tTames W Good pro
gressive
Sixth dlstrictrNE Kendall pro
gressive
Seventh districtS P Prouty pro
gressive
Eighth district 01 G Townor
standpat John Darrah progressive
claims It I
Ninth district Walter Smith stand
patTenth
Tenth district Frank P Woods
I
progressive
Eleventh district E IL Hubbard
progressive
Democrats
First district A S Pnllard
Second district A De Armond
Third district John Dennison J
C Murtngh claims It
Fourth districtD D Murphy
Fifth district S C Iliibel
Sixth district Daniel W Hamil
Ion
Seventh rletClInl L Price
Eighth districtF Q Stuart
Ninth lst rictW J Cleveland
Tenth districtNo candidate
Eleventh district No candidate
Almost complete unofficial returns
from the seventh district gives
Prouty 1100 over Hull This revers
al Is decisive as two years ago Hull
was nominated by forty votes
Smiths majority In the ninth dis
trict Is another surprise Present
returns give 2000 ocr Attorney
General Byera
Jubilation in Washington
Washington June STile reported
victory of tho standpat candidate for
governor in tho Republican primaries I
In Iowa and the two regular Republi
can candidates for congress Waller
J Smith and C A Kennedy against
whom the insurgents under the lead
rrship of Senator Cummins made
their strongest fight caused jubilation
In the camp of organized Republicans
at the capitol today
Mr Smith who was rcnomlnatod in
the Ninth district is a member of
the rules committee of tho house and I
one of Speaker Cannons staunchest
supporters He telegraphed to Scarg
nntatArins Caason today that he had
been nominated by a majority which
a telegram from former Representa
tine Lacey of Iowa put at SfiOO
Lacoys telegram claimed lGOO raa
ority for Carroll for governor
The defeat of J A T Hull in the
Seventh district moans that In the
next congress there will be a new
chairman of the
house committee on
military affairs over which Mr Hull
has prefiJod for many years The
next ranking Republican on the com
mittee isCapron of Rhode Island but
he Is an invalid and has been unable
to come to Washington during the
present session Ceo W Prince of
Illinois next In rank Is said to be
1 the most logical successor
It was Judge Smiths great per
sonal popularity that overcame his
record on the house rules fight In
the primary yesterday was the In
surgent view of the results as voiced
by Representative Murdock of Kan
sas
Insurgents scored a net gain of
two In the primaries contended Mr
Murdoclr and the result bespeak the
progress of insurgentlsm
f
SECRET S
NOW OUT
H S K the Aviator
Is Miller the Flying
Dutchman
I
Chicago June SGround for1 a
I starting place for contestnnls in tho
ChicagoNew York aeroplane race has
I
been selected by n committee repre
senting the Illinois Aero club The
spot is known as the Argo Clearing I
tract Sixtythird street and Forth
eighth avenue The ground also will
bo used for the weeks aviation tour I
nament scheduled to start on August
7th The tract Is eight square miles
In extent
One of the contestants in the air
race for new distance and speed rec
ords is the mysterious II S K to
whom an aeroplane was shipped from
France It developed during the day
that H S K IK Charles Miller who
was Icnown In bicycle days as the
Flying Dutchman
Miller expects to have the distinc
tion of being a heavy weight aviator
of tho countrv for he weighs 210
pounds and had his aeroplane especi
ally constructed for his weight lie
said he expected to enter the local
contests as well as the ChicagoNew
York race
The engine of my aeroplane he
explained la a fourcylinder one and
capable of developing more power
than any used in aviation Why It
Is superior is a bit of a secret Where
the machine was made is also a se
cret for the present I did not want
any thing known about the machine
until 1 had It In shape rand was pret
ty sure of a successful flight That
16 the reason I concealed my Identi
ty under the Initials H S K
YiTinir Trirr niinron I
JtFFRIES MUST
PAY liIS DEBTS
Grass Valley Cal Juno SJ J
Jeffries must pay a promissory note
given a citizen of Grass Valley or I
stop training fur his bout with Jack
Johnson long enough to come to this
city and defend the case brought I
against him by C A S Stout et al I
When the case was called in court
yesterday the attorney for Jeffries
asked a continuance to some date af
ter the big fight but Judge Jones set
the case for June 15
Jeffries Is being suod by Stout to
recover 2000 The fishier In his an
swer claims the note was given to
pay a gambling debt
MILITARY ACADEMY DESTROYED
Norwalk Can June STh
greater portion of the main building
of Overlook Select Military academy
was destroyed by fire early today
compelling the 75 students to seek
shelter for the remainder of the night
at the Norwalk hotel I
BASE BALL II I
at the OGDEN FAIR GROUNDS
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
I
June 11 and 12 1910
r
Occidentals Saturday 3 p m
Salt Lake Sunday 3 p m
VS
I
Ogden League T eam I
These two games will be the two most interesting games I
of the opening season of this year Dad Gimlin will havo
to play his best
ADMISSION 25c GRANDSTAND EXTRA 25c
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS lOc
CHILDREN UNDER 6 WITH PARENTS FREE
UACN
fOR A 6AL
Mysterious Disappear
ance of a New York
Stenographer
New York June iA squad of New
York detectives In searching tho dark
corners of the city for cluos to the
whereabouts of Esther Moarson a
sixttonyoarold stenographer whoso
strange disappearance while In the
search of employment has led her
parents to tho belief that she Is either
being detained somewhere against
hor will or has been murdered
According to the police the case
resembles In many ways that of Ruth
Wheeler who was murdered In the
rooms of Albert Woltor a few weeks
ago while sucking employment na a
stenographer
The Moarson girl disappeared on
Monday and the search for her bo
gun late Monday night bus thus far
been fruitless The family turned
over to tho detective bureau several
newspaper lists of help wanted ad
vertisements which she had consult
ed With thoso lists as a busts for
their Investigations the detectives
have begun a canvass in the office dls
irlcts to see if they can get some
trace of places whore the girl call
ed looking for work
DISCUSSES BANK PROTECTION
Chattanooga Tenn Juno 81he
aunual contention of the American
institute of banking the bank clerks
section of the American Bankers As
sociation openod here today
William L Burns detective agent I
of the merican Bankers association
discussed bank protection
POST CAR
CAMP GN
One Is Started to
Offset AntiFight
1 Agitators
LOB Angeles June 8101 every
cart load of post cards tho Brooklyn
and other church organizations mall
to Gov Glllctt Urging him to prevent
the JeffriesJohnson light a ton of re
nests for noniqntorferonce will be
sent to the state executive by thoao
who want the big battle to take place
as scheduled
This announcement comes from
Jack Kipper business partner of Jef
fries and who with John Brink and
I several other prominent sporting men
of this city are planning a post card
chain to offset if possible the anti
fight elements mall campaign
Kipper and bin associates command
a fund of several hundrod dollars to
buy postcards on which will be print
ed the following
Dear Governor Please do not
pay any attention to that narrow minth
ed lot that is trying to Influence you
to stop the JcffrlesJohneon fight July
4 Give men with real blood In their
veins a chance
I These cards will he distributed
among men throughout the country
who will be expected to sign them and
send them to the Governor
WILL TRY TO AID
COLORADO CONCERN
Chicago June SA 1250K0 deal
planned for tho purpose of saving the
Denver Reservoir and Irrigation com
pany which on Monday was thrown
into tho hands of a receiver in Colo
rude may be consummated here to
day
dayIf
If the deal should go through with
out objection on tho part of the Chi
cago banks or other Interests to which
hundreds of thousands of dollars are
due It Is declared the Colorado com
pany will be taken out of the hands
of the receivers Colorado capitalists
announce their readiness to put up se
curities for tho payment of the debt
of the embarrassed concern The
leaders of the relief syndicate IH
Henry L Doherty of New York and
associated with him aro said to bo
John F Shafroth of Colorado Coy J
IT Brady of Idaho and Mayor Robert
Speer of Denver
They have come to tho aid of the
embarrassed company because tho
bankruptcy of the corporation they
believe would mean the loss of mil
lions of dollars to other development
projects of tho stale
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O Workers of America restrain 0
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HEAVY INCREASES IN
I SUPPLY OF COPPER
New York June srhe monthly re
port of the Copper Producers associa
tion madu public today shows an In
r crease of stocks on hand Juno 1st
of 1SI41SM pounds over May 1st
Stock on bund Juno tut was 1GO
12597 pounds all Increase of 18441
814 pounds over May Bt May produc
tion was 1232424715 pounds nn in
crease of 07G4S27 pounds over April
total deliveries during May 104800
Gfi2 pounds an Increase of 5483308
pounds over April Of tho deliveries
45193440 pounds were for export an
Increase over April of 14167037
pounds while 59fi5222 pounds wel
d to domestic consumption a
decrease from April of 8080729
pounds
MRS ALLEN IS FINED
100 FOR SMUGGLING
New York June SMrs Charles
W Allen of Kenshaw Wisconsin
wife of the senior member of the
firm of C N Allen Sons company
and a director in the Central Leather
company pleaded guilty today before
Justice Holt In the I United States
I circuit court to an indictment charg
ing her with having smuggled Into
the country jewelry and wearing ap
parel worth about G000 Mrs Al
len was fined 5100
COLORED
SOLDiERS
President Flatly Refuses
to Accede to Demands
For Removal
Washington June SThe President
has flatly refused to accede to a de
mand from the citizens of Seattle
Wash transmitted through Senator
I Jones for the removal of tho Twenty
filth Infantry colored because a sol
dier Is accused of assaulting a white
woman
BANIER llSAT
LAST REFORMED
Now York June SColoncl Edward
E Britton former president of the
Eagle Savings and Loan company now
a convict believes that he may re
gain his usefulness to society and
in that belief has petitioned Governor
Hughes to reduce his sentence from
one year and two months to one year
The way of humajv nature to Its
best achievements has often been
through wrong to atonement through
stumbling to recovery Is a sentence
of tho petition
WORLDS MARKETS
HEAVY DROP ANDTHEN
REBOUND IN STOCKS
Now York Jnne SAII of the ac
tive trading slocksi opened today at
declines running from a large fraction
to a point enter pressure of sales to
realize on yesterdays violent rebound
Union Pacific ran to 1 5S St Pont
112 Reading 134 and United States
Steel 1 14
Thero was quite a list of gains but
they were almost all among Indust I
rials not usually prominent In the
speculation General Electric rose
1 12 Great Northern Ore Ctfs 1
Tho weakness spread to some of
the industrials that had shown firm
ness a the opening and the losses in
the railroad stocks were largely In
creased St Poul lost 3 Union Pa
cific 2 Southern Pacific 1 34 Santa I
Fc and American Smelting 1 BSr
Northern Pacific 1 12 and Great
Northern pfd Pennsylvania and i
Amalgamated Copper 114 A part
of these losses was made up before
11 oclock
Price declines of the first hour were
fully recovered in the second hour
and were rising again at noon with
active buying in progress
Bonds irregular
Chicago Livestock
Chicago June 8CattleRecelpts
estimated at tCOOO market strong
Beeves G80a870 Texas steers 535
a750 western steers 560a750
stocker and feeders J4OOaC60 cows
and heifers 390a71G calves 0t > 0
aSSO
HOSfiRGceIpts estimated at 16000
market 15c higher Light JjUOa
9GO mixed 930a9GO heavy 92Ga
lGO rough ir92Ga93o good to
choice heavy 935a9GO pigs 900a
950 bulk of sales 9IGix955
SheciRecelpts estimated at 18
000 market strong Native 840n
I 570 western 37Ga5SO yearlings
G2Ga750 lambs native Ci2ja8iO
western SGOOaS80
Omaha Livestock
Omaha June S Cattle Rocoipts
1500 market strong to lOc higher
520aS20 cows and
Native steers
heifers KGOnSGO western steers
GOOa750 stockers and feeders 1i o
aC2G calves 400a775
Hogs Receipts 7000 market 15c
mixed
325a930
higher Heavy
96 9 a95 IVSs
12i t2a9 30 light I gs
800a900 hulk 930nl40
SheepReceipts 3000 market 10
Yearlings 300aC76 1
to 15c higher
wethers 0 l90a57G ewes 500uGOO
lambs 725oS75
Chicago Produce
Chicago Juno g RuttorStcady
creameries 23 l2n27 dairies 2aa2G
Eggs Steady firsts 17 I2 Prime
firsts 18 12
Cheese Klrm daisies young Am
ericas and Long Horns 1C 11 Twin
11 8r4a15
Sugar aril Coffee
Now York June SSUnl raw
firm Muscovado 371 centrifugal 1
9 ctoal 124 molasses sugar 349
refined quiet I
Coffee Spot quilt No j Rio
S 14 No 4 Santos 0 11
JIAMIC1 tl
BOTH ARE
DEfEATED
Progressives and Stand
I Pats Are Surprised in
I South Dakota
I
I Sioux Falls S D Juno SLate re
turns Indicate that George W Egan
I Independent Republican candidate for
I governor has won over Governor
I Veasoy progressive candidate for rc
nomination and S B Elrod stalwart
candidate
Supporters of Egan claim his nomi
I nation by a plurality of from 3000 to
oOOO
The progressives say they arc con
I fident they have nominated the re
mainder of tho state ticket and their
two candidate for congress The
stalwarts on the other hand claim
their candidates Congressman Martin
and Burke have been renominated
The congressional situation will not
be cleared up until complete returns
are received Returns on otllces oth
er than governor are coming invery
slowly
Egan surprised the progressives
and stalwarts hy the manner In which
I
he rolled up the vote not only In the
I
part of the slate where he lived but
I also In remote sections of the state
He carried counties which wore re
I garded safely either for the progres
sives or stalwarts Ho had conduct
I ed a spectacular campaign
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0 COOK COMMENCES 0
I C SUIT AGAINST PEARY 0
10 0
I 0 Berlin June According 0
o to tho Lokal Anzelgor Dr 0
o Frederick Cook tho explorer 0
o has Instituted suit In the Ber 0
o lin courts against Commander 0
o Robert E Peary The paper 0
o says Cook seeks to recover 0
o 10000 which he alleges to be 0
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BOY llED
IN AN AUTO
Many Accidents Which
the Victims Are
I Numerous
New Haven Conn Juno SA boy
was killed and three women injured In
automobile accidents In various parts
of Connecticut during the last twenty
four hours
At Berlin an automobile was struck
b > a trolley car and overturned two
women being seriously injured Tho
other occupants of the car escaped
with minor bruises
At BrIcYeport Albert Apdole S
i years old Jumped from n wagon in
front of an automobile and was In
stoutly killed
In coming down the famous Sport
Hill at Easton Mrs C C Lucy lost
control of the car she was driving and
crashed through the side of a bridge
Into the water below Her Injuries
arc serious Her husband who accom
panied hor was uninjured
PRESIDENT ASKED
TO OAL T THEM
Mount Vernon N Y Juno 80n
behalf of commuters living here who
are affected by the advance in com
mutation rates ordered by tho New
York Central and the Now York New
Haven and Hartford railroads May
or Edwin W Fink has sent tho fol
lowing message to President Taft and
Attorney General WIckerslmm
ThIs community desires you if
possible to prevail upon the eastern
railroad not to increase the paesen I
ger rates until such time as the real I
onablentBS of the samo can be decide
cd by a competent commiHslon
Mayor Fink also Informed the may
ors of other towns affected by the In I
crease of what he had done and urged
thorn to send similar appeals to Wash
ington
POLICEMAN IS
FATALLY INJURED
New York June 8 Mounted Po
llcoinnn Gimtav Boettgor is dying In a I
Brooklyn hospital from a fracture of
the skull received last evening when
he was thrown from his horso and
fell under un automobile while try
Ing to stop a runaway He was taken
from tho beneath the machine by two
unHBcruby Though his head was cut
and hits Hkull fractured the plucky
policeman mounted his horse again
und gave chase for five blocks more
only to fall from the saddle nncon
scions us another mounted patrolman
vodc up and stopped the runaway
BODY OF SURVEYOR ANDERSON
Brigham City June 7 Postmaster
L W Anderson reached tbu city yes
terday with the remains of his father
who mot
Surveyor N P Anderson
death ju the Login canyon by drown
Ing Saturday evening Deceased
loaves a wife and five grown chil
dren to mourn his loss Funeral sor
vices will bo held In the tabernacle
Wcdrfcaday afternoon at 2 oclock and
interment will take place in the Brig
ham City cemetery
ASKS FOR REDUCTION
OF PULLMAN RATS
Guthrie Okla June SIt was an
nounced today that Attorney General
West had filed before the Interstate
Commerce commission at Waehlngtoj
application for a hearing In an effort
to compel the Pullman Sleeping Car
company to reduce Its charge for the
use of the upper berths below that
charged for lower berths
In addition to the Pullman com
pany the Santa Fe Southern Pacific
International and Great Northern
Texas and Brazos Valley Rock Island
Frisco and Missouri Kansas and Tex
as roads arc made defendants
WHAT CONDITION
Washingtou June Condition
II of spring wheat 92 8 acreage 19712
i 000 Condition of winter wheat 80
I LLINOIS
JACK POT
I Fish Money Went to I
Sweeten the Cen
tral Fund
Springfield June 8Thllt the fund
of approximately 3000 raised to kill
tho fish bill In tho legislature went to
sweeten the genoral legislative
Jack potf Is the belief of States I
Attorney Burke who today returned
from his third trip to Beardstown Il
linois
The prosecutor said he not only had
I evidence to support this hypothesis
but that he was on the trait of at least
one man who he believed handled the
fish bill fund utter It had been paid I
to Frank J Traud of Boardstown In
the St Nicholas Hotel
A total of 3075 was delivered in
I n package according to Mr Burke
to Dr F J Schweer of Bardstown
who turned It over to his father Fred
J 8 Scheor and the latter brought
It to Springfield and delivered the
money to Frank J Traud on May 26
the same day that the 1750 was
transmitted by wire from Peoria to
Beardfctowu
Tills afternoon Cashier K Condlt
of the First National bank at Beards
town appeared before the jury with
his bank records
AMERICAN GIRL
WEDS EARLS SON I
London June STh marriage of 1
Viscount Maldstone eldest son of the
Earl of AVincholsea and Nottingham
and Miss Margarotla Armstrong I
Droxel the first of three AngloAmeri
I can weddings to take place In London
I this month was celebrated this after
noon at St Margarets Westminster
u But for tho death of tho king placing I
I many people In mourning this would
have been one of the big nodal events
of the season There was a large I
attendance in both the church and at
tho reception held afterward at Mr
Drexels residence In Grosvenor
square
Tho bridal profession was a long
and pretty one The bride accom
I panted by her father who gave her
I away wore a dress of soft cream
i satin with a long court train of white
I and gold brocade while her lace el
and the lace on her gown was that
I worn by her mother grandmother
and great aunt at their weddings
There were ten bridesmaids In soft
white satin and instead ofxlwta they
wore bandeaux of marguerites with
long tulle ella
SENATOR TALIAFERRQ IS
DEFEATED FOR NOMINATION
Jacksonville Fill Juno SFrlend
of United States Senator James V
Tallaforro this morning conceded that
Governor C P Broward had won the
election for the senate bj more than
1500 votes With all counties hoard l
from except parts of four strong
Broward counties the former gover I
nors lead now Is over 2000
EARTQUAKE
SUffERERS
Royal Family of Italy
Well Represented in
Relief Work
Naples June S During the night
a series of slight earth shocks was
recorded by the seismographs at
points in southern Italy Today how
over tho people throughout the region
that was severely shaken yesterday
are calm in the hope that the worst
in over
American Ambassador Loishnm
visited the American cruiser New
York which is lying in the harbor
today If the necessity arises the
cruiser will contribute to the work of
relief for the quako sufferers
Tho Duke of Aosta today joined
King Victor Emmanuel and Queen
Helena at Cnlltrl the town In the
province of Avellino where the great
est damage by the earthquake was
done
Washington June Ambassador
Leishraan at Rome in a telegram to
the state department reports that
the earthquake has caused serious eo
damage to property through an exten
sive disaster In southern Italy The I
loss of life was estimated at from 20 I
to 60 with a large number Injured
So far ns known no Americans had
suffered fJ
NsUR6LNTst
WIll flGUT t I
Ready to Oppose the i i
Railroad Bill If 1
Changed
Washington June SACtr a call
at tho White House today with Sena j
tor Aldrich to learn the Presidents
views Senator Elklns announced that N
ho would call a meeting of the con
ferees on the railroad bill tomorrow 1
While the insurgent senators were
announcing that it must ho the sen
ate bill or nothing and declaring that
they wero prepared to fight all sum
mer If necessary the President indi
cated two changes he would like to
see made in the bill in addition to the
elimination of tho sixtyday clause in
the paragraph giving the Interstate
Commerce commission the right to in
vestigate and suspend now rates
Mr Taft Is anxious that the house
provision for a supervision of the is
suance of stocks and bonds by the
railroad companies be accepted by the
senate He regards this feature as
one of the pledges of tho party and
he does not agree with the position
of many of the senators that such a
provision could he construed as inter
fering with states rights
The President believes the ten
months allowed the Interstate Com
merce commission In which to inves
I tigate rates before acting on them JIB
I entirely too long He thinks six
months would he a bolter period
President Taft told both Senators
Aldrich and Elkins today that uc was
anxious that the conference should
rpoceod as rapidly as possible and
that thero should be a satisfactory
bill
Announcing their willingness to re
main Washington all summer if
necessary Republican insurgents oC
the senate today indicated that they
would light to the last ditch for the
retention in the railroad bill of tho
advantages which they claim to Kato
gained for the people
POLICEMAN ACCIDENTALLY
KILLS HIS WIFE
San Francisco June 8As a result
of what he claims was tho accidental
discharging of a revolver which ho
was cleaning C J Ryan u special po
liceman today shot and killed his
wife himself sustaining a wound in
the left hand from the samo bullet
4 4
I How Big Is Ogden I
I Guess Ogden City has a Population of r
According to the U S Census taken in the month of April
I 1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
being paid at least one day in advance of tho day the Census
Director announces the population of Ogden JUNE 8 1910 VI
t
Sign Here
i
I How Big is Weber County l
I guess Weber Oounty has a Population of 0 4
O According to tho U S Census taken in the month of April t
1910 This guess is good only in the event of my subscription
t being paid at least one day in advance of the day the Census
Director announces the population of Weber County
JUNE 8 1910
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