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G. 0. P. CONVENTION
REPUBLICANS MEET IN ST. LOUIS
AND SELECT DELEGATES.
NAGEL WINS FROM NIEORINGHAUS
Indorses Taft for President and Had
ley for Governor of Missouri
Resolutions.
Rt. liiii. M Tin- U. i"ihlli'.'in
Fl;ili' in i n : i hi . whu-h in ! In SI.
1.11111.1 Thur-ihi i , lmliii"l W illiam II.
T.i 1 1 fur in iil. ii! ;iinl lli rli. n S. Mini- j
lev lor kiivi riiur nf MisMiii;i, imluri-'i'il j
'h:irli'n XaKi I til St. Umis fur iintiuiiiil
riiininiinrtii.in hit Tlmiiui'- K Nn'il
rltitfhaiis ly 11 vnti- of r.::i tn ::r.; i h rt '
xl fi.ur rt 1 uuii s at tars.' ami four a!
triiialrs to tin' Iti'imliliiMii Natiiiual
Cimu'iit inn. tin' I'lii rtiati " In-ill it 1 1 I
ncuniri. ami iiiiiiilnali il ili.'h'1'ii lui's
tiltl.l I'll'I'till'S
Nut a Illicit in. inn! tin- oik (if the
cum uttiui, nii-r whii'h Si natnr Wll
11a in Waim i' nn-siili-il a- " niiani n!
cli.urlilall All nf tin KiilltN of ilissi'li ;
slim i xci jit rliuici' lu't w ii caiiiliilati s j
pri'stiiti'i fur na'liMial t'uniiiii'ti rinrn
win' llirrshul mil In th' riitnmltt' rs.
fn that whi'ii tin1 riiiiM'iit imi m'I tn
wnrk rvi rvililnu tunyi'il ith t lie pro- '
i-iMiiP nl rhirl,iuK Senator Warner !
il c !;i 1 1 this In liavf Iiii n till' lim-'t nr
(liTl.i i-uiivi tiiliin in his cvpi'rii'iiri'.
t'vrns I Wallii IiIki- was trmpnrary 1
rliairinan. Thr run vent l m was ) ti
In Stall- Chairman Walti i S lin K -v.
Hii V C Ccilimaii iiffinil a pnm r
Th' Ii.iihI plmi'il tin- "St, ii Spatml' '1
I'aniifi" ami t lu- ttuik nt thr imiimii
Hull I" ran.
Kansis City Fares Well. ,
l-.atisas I'lii caiiii- In Inr thr linn's ;
Khali- nf tltc liiiiiuiK at tin1 disposal nf ,
Hi" c m v-n t iim . Tlir i py hy the Ktiw
uTiiiiil tin tli'l' Katt'K al lam' . inn' ,
iilti i nat and imr iii' shli nti.il ilrr'nr
ut l.irei'. St lmis latidi il tin' iiati'iiia!
riiniiiii"i'i iii.in ami i ! rtnl H 1 1 1 W
Kifl. tlf ntlit't' pti siili'ittia! i 1 rim at
hiri'r. Tliniuas H Marks nf Kansas
Pity was I'lcrti'il itiianiniiHi.-! as pri-s-lili'iithil
I'lcctiir at larip'. II' was wire
I nat "'il liy Chairman Dnki'V nf th"
Stati' Ciititnillii'i'. Kiel ha, I tn llht fur
thr hniinr and .(nhn II Owin nf I In
Tuillth illslilft ihti'iv ti'ii di'li'nat.'S
fnini tlm Sixth ward In II, fi. Minn of
I't int i tnn. Hiram S I,nd nnmitiati d '
KM.
Crews Defends Warner.
Vrlsmi Cri'ws nf Kan-'as City, thn
fi'li't'i-d nralnr. wlm pirs as oin- of thr
al'i'i nati's at larci- to ihr Natinttal Cnn
vi'ption, mail" an address In Ini" th"
iiiiiv til inn. in which he defended Sen
a'or W.nnir limn attacks In itiemlieis
of hN race through circulars sratieii u
uhlan the cniiveiition hall.
Warner Is Applauded.
After the oriiaiii.aliun cummin e
had made its n-purt. Wallii iiH-'e led
lot ai d Senator W arner ami di linTed
the "al'l. a "ildi d lie! ihhom'd. leaV
lliallel. tn llilll
" Had I Itei ti consulted." wilil Seiiatnr
W'.n m r. in mis i r in the applause and
ha! waiiin; that "ivded him. "the . in
I" i .i : nritaiil. atimi unithl have In i n
tnail" p"t llialii'lit It w as never n
LTiati I honor than mm tn l.e a ri puli
llcaii ' m r since )i;i has a "i-' ati r
American ucctipii d the executive
chair. mer -ince Lincoln has there
liei n a president c!.-er to tile people,
than Thendlile llllllv lit. 1,1 t Us Cull
duct these prut eciIiiiL's so that the
rule of addition rather than that uf
Hiihtraction shall prevail In the repuli
lican paity In Missouri. We may il if -fir
here as to tiii'ii. hut after tin pait
lias spiikcu its vmce shnllld he the
voire nf en rv I'l ptilillcan. Ill ni" the
Bhaduws nf life an- lenthenim; and
the fires of anihltion for future prefer
incut are luiinlii" low. All I ask Is the
luivilcee nf lleliiitm for the success of
the party and not for the success nf
on" man."
The romtnitlei' on resnluilotis re
pi rted as follows:
MlMourmni Are Indomed.
it r.i..h,.l lli.it ... the IliMilitl
rani ut M lniiiii. hi Slate I'uiivi'
lieu ns
ulliiii tn
r ,;im
III;. ih-
S'ilil'l"il iliiinth I'.irflrni inn il. i
tla i.i. li in.' iinil .i I ' n ' 1 1 .l"S nf inn
dm tt ttn'S ami I'liiniiili v which tin
jnii'ialile luitie ut liiit'irv Imw irn
-.1
In- i niiilin n e In tiall.iiiiil eruslierlll-. ir.Mi'l
em ernnii-lit iilnl all the t.li siii; liu I. I. nt
f lift In
W e Iniliirs.' fii". lallv the ailtiilnfslra
tl"il "f TI ill He C. uneven anil i-ulntii. let
I.IS i-fTnils lii n-eme a M'li:ire d''ill f"l all
the I pi" Tlinniltlmilt his ailmtli lt t a -
thin I Im riKlils nf the i-iinimiiti iii-nfle ha-e
1'ii'ti i k'tiiz-il anil iiiihild its ii. ei' li.--
fllte III tile IllMlniy uf t l-nlinhV W'e
li.-li.-i. W illiam II. Tuft In lie Die l.iKl'-ll
ciiinliil.il. uf th" Ui-iutlti-iin p.itli f.u
the preililetli'V lif It!" I'lltti'il Stiti. that
111- ri'.ei'".ilH tin' Il.'iuililli an prin.'iiil. s
ntnl imhi'les whlili fur thn Ijmi it..,'.ut..
Itnio tiiiuti this Ihe irroati-il atnl t.it
ruleil tiiiti'.n mi I'liitti: mill m- herein In
lliil-e Ms eiiliittitai'V fur preslili'iit ami
pleilt'.' lilni uiir Millie suinirt ntnl e'i
iiii'iatl"tt In litinir ahiiul Ms uiunltial inn
ntnl elfctliin It tieitiK our tlrm enin i-'tlun
thai then enulil he nu safer nr mnr" i.x
prrii'Hi'iil tat''"tniui vuiil" nur fulure
liitllimal ilest inti-H Ills IiIkIi liersnrial
ctiar ii li r inul wm-til -w lile kiinw-li'ilKe r n -
lli-t htm i'"iiharll lltleil tn s isT'dlv
eniiie with tin- plntilenis Whh'h eniifliH'1
iis iis ii inilmii. Atnl In fiirthi't an. e nf
tilt" Ml'Tit llll.-lil we lu-reliy lii"lriiet mil
deleimtes III the Natlinilll ('iiliHMilli.il l.i
cast lli-lr Hill- fur William II. Tafl ami
In liu- nil tnmiinitile nieani 111 jicriire lit-
lininliialliiii fut the presidi-ney.
W'e tierehy hislrilel th" ili'leil.'ltl'li ete.'t
fil til' tlll eiitili'lllliitl III I'nle fill' tic
elii.il" c nf this eiilll etil lull fur tile In l.i r
nf tin. Nniliinal rmmnttlee of the suite
df Xtlnmii
W e lutlnrsr tllf "I'lenill'l rneiirds nf Sen
lltni' Watner mil tile Iti'l'ulilieall reiri -
Explosion In Mexican Mine.
Rabinas. Coanhila, Mexico An ex
plosion of fire damp occurred
rally Thursday morning In No. ?, shaft
of Ihe Hoslta mine al Mtisipilz. and for
a time I! was feared that many miners
had lost their lives. Kellef parties,
liowever. were immediately orcani.ed
and all of the men hroupht to the sur
face brfore the suhsequnt fire had
gained headway. A number of men
are working In an effort to extinguish
Oin fire.
CONVENTION SELECTIONS.
For National Commtttaeman.
IT ill.- Niik.'I. uf St IauiIs.
For DolrQates at Larqe.
S'i.iiI. i U nil, on U'an.er. Katiiau City,
H' il,. it S. M.i.ll-v, Knnui i M .
J.iiiii II n.aliw.l!. Si.l.ill.i.
.1.1:11 I: Helm' - .1. n ) M .
AltrrnatrR at Large.
Vil N. Ill"
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, c- i.ii ,t st .I.-' i-h.
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PreR'tleritiat Electors,
at ; "I h. .!!...- I: M.u k. K infl
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II. .11. ' n il. I.l T I i i . . I . ami '. :l
iielit I"' I' l- .'"l .m ntet ""- I infill
.i.t.,,. I,iit. I I ui ' 'i I!..- I irlit ,.t ltn n ii-
..' .,f Ml II I .ii .1 . . ..tl'ill : In . . .
!fiB w.irlli w I" lel-v 'II.I..I-- Mm i- H..
It. "'it'll.- il lllli' ' l"T It'iV. I ' - " ii'll
i. ilt'e Mill mil niiitii.lt to lirlni: all ".t Ills
ii'iiilinatieii .ili'l "Ii 'il""
lu phe itm the in mi m :i t i m uf a na
tlunal ennimlttcenian as the fonrh
ntder of hnsities. the enmmittee re
putt said: 'Kmii'th. the naniMi nf a
tiatiunul coiniiiitteeman. fm wlnitu the
di lei-ates at lar:-.' ate herein- im-'ruit
i d to vote and dislrict deei.-ates are
resiectlull i "ipii'sii'd to lot" "
C. NlWtntl uf the SlX'eeirll ill--
trict then placed ('Paths .n.'i I In
nomination for national riiniinltio
man
Thomas II Marks nf the Fifth (lis.
trict Humiliated Thomas K Nirdi Mut
ilans. The vote for national ciitnmiltei'iiiaii
In dlstrict.s resulted as follows:
IHstrirls. Nacrl. Netdriii'ihaus
I'irst r.i! 7
Second I" "n
Third II ?"
Kuiirth M 1 r.
Kif'lt S
Sell 1 1 1 -S
lar.lith is r:
Ninth r.s II
Tetnh .'1 ''.I
Klevcnth II It
Twelfth 11
Thirteenth "I '.'I
I'uurli eiith I't "s
Kti'ei-tnh 'u -I-'
Sixteenth Il ?,
Tula'" (.:!
Nagel Selection Unanimous.
Seaiei h had the vote In en ale
nonticcil w In n lliiiin r II. M.-ittn id the
I'ifth district the nnii district which
hail int. it siiliilli for Ni di inutl.ius,
na- on his ft .. ii j h u uiuiion tn make
th" si lection uf Nau'ul unanimous.
When lie cant beat 'cm, we 'jine'
'til." he said.
The iiumliiallnn of catnlidiites for
ib h'Katfs at lat'ee was next taken up.
Isaiic Kimball of th. Klf'h district
nouiiiiiit' d Iladlev ' W'h. ri ver he bin
been placed by the republican parti,
he has stii'i ecileil," Kimbitll said, "lli
ls inore Ilk" Hoosevelt and Tafl than
nni inaui anion" u- He stands for
the sipiaie ih a! ami has been a clntnl
by day and a pillar uf lire by nl(;hl to
the repiiblicaiis nf Mlssnurl."
Humcr Mann, iil-i nf the Fifth dis
j trict, placed Senator Winner In mini!
I natlun as the second memhi r of the
; "hi", four." He iipohmied fur the fact
t that Kiitisas Cii lias innuopolilti",
i the renter of the slam-. "The reason
Is." he said, "because we have pro
duced the tivn bluest republicans in
; th" state." He tnnved to suspend tin"
' rules llilll tn make the selectlnll nf the
twn nominees by acclamation This
- was done amhl KiriC enthusiasm.
Warner, who had duriuK this time
j relliitpiished the (tine) to Secrelary
i Lake, appeared nn thr platform roll
! tliirlluK Hadb y by the itrni, and Inlro
j dured t) I III lo Ihe convention as "tho
man who will next occupy tt tern-
tive mansion nt .Irffersnn City."
"I hope," said Iladlev in liPKlnnlnir
; his Bpeccb, "that Senator Warner Is
as KiH'd a prophet as he Is a sta'es
i man. It w ill he my duty and my pleas
, lire to vote al Ihe convention for Wll
j lliim H. Taft. I am n;ipuwpi to Ink-
lint any backward step or even to
t uniklnir lime nn the policies of IIiiosp
velt. We may differ as to nirn. but we
can not condemn those who differ with
j us as rascals. What the republican
j parti needs Is recruits, not victims,
j la t us march forward and achieve the
full rrih'tnptinn of Missouri."
j The convention adjourned at 7: lii
! o'clock Thursday nlKht .after beliiK In
I session about seven hours.
Agree on Reduction of Wages-
Iiiiisville, Ky After nn all day
conference between th" officials
of lb" lnilsvllle & Nashville
I railroad and n general committee of
! adjustment headed by .1. D. keenr,
i rrenernl chairman of the Ordrr of Rail
i way Conductors, It was announced last
' nliiht that the Ixiuisvllb' & Nashville
conductors agreed to a reduction In
wages. The reduction consists of a re
: turn to the wages In effect prior tn
March 1. 1907. and will tako eltool
j March 1, 1908.
HER GOOD FORTUNE.
After Years Spent In Vain Effort.
Mrs. Mary 1" II. House, of Cam
bridm'. N. Y , sais: "rive yrnr aco
I liiul a had fall ami
It aflectrd m kid
liei. Severe paltirt
In tnv hack ami hips
I'l-iaine con.'.t ,i tit , and
sh.-.rp twlnei's ful
hniei liny cxertlun.
The kidney Bccre
tiuiis ueie had!)' ills
ciiliil.il. 1 lost flesh
find ittuiv too weak to work. Thimtth
cui:ita:iti ii-ini: meilicitie I dcspalii'I
nf In-ill.', cured until I hcKan taking
liniin'.s Kiilnev Tills. Then icliel'rame
ipiii Li' . llilll III
short time
I am now
w as
IX-
rumpletely c
d.
rclli nt health.
Sold In nil il. :tl.'
I''liSle'.llll,lllii Co.
enls
. N
a hnx
Y.
Hullali
RESOLVED TO SNUB EVE.
Mrs.
Intheswtm Intended to Draw So
cial Line In Heaven,
The minister had dropped In to tea,
and tlm cot.vcrsaiinti had drifted
throuiih intious channels lo the huck
tlnn of whi tln r nr not e shiiulil know
i arh other in heaven. rri'sumitiK that
our physical heintts would he perpi'itt
Hted. and that n i ntiltlun would be as
sured, tin- minister had asked vaiiuus
lines at t In talile amoii' w hum the Illh
llral characters th'-y would be mout
Interesti'd in ri.'ceL'hi.itif;.
Souir nieiitlcm d oi.e prophet anil
Home another, hut one lady, noted for
her uncial I Xcltlsil eliess. llilll tl'd
Hpnlten. Turning to her Hie nilnl.-ter
said: "And who would inn like tn nu.'.'l
In heaven, Mr;, Intheswlni?"
Mm Iiitheswim puiscil lier llpH "I
ri'Ully dim t know." she said, "hut their
Is uiie thiiiK I do know, and that Is
thut 1 sliniililn t i air to un i t li' 111
fact, 1 don I know thut I would apeak
to Iht if 1 did!"
CURED HER CHILDREN.
Girls Suffered with Itching Eciema
Baby Had a Tender Skin, Too
Relied on Cuticura Remedies.
"Sumo years nun mv threp little
plrls had a a rv had form of eczema
ltchint; eruptions formed on the hark
of their heads which were simply cov
ered. 1 tried almost everyihltiK, hill
failed. Then my mother recommended
the Cut tenia Krinrdles 1 w ashed my
rhilili ins heids with Cnttrura Soap
and then npplicd the wonderful oint
ment. Cuticura I did this four or live
times and I can fay that they have
been entirely cured 1 have another
l.ahy who is so plump that the folds of
nkln on his neck were broken and rven
bled. I used Cuticura Soap and Cuti
cura Ointment find the licit ninrnltiK
the trouble hail disappeared Mine.
Napoleon I'mcppc. 41 llululh St.,
Moutrcul. Que. May 1M, 11107. "
SPITE.
P'4
Prnml Mother Everybody says tho
haby looks like me.
Her llrother The spiteful thintTs
Jon t say that to your face, do they?
With an Eye to the Future.
Queru Alexandra attended last
t'prlnt!'s anuiial .Vansion House fete In
London, and because of that atisplc iom
fact there Is a tale to tell--nnd worth
the while. One of the dlnilmtllve How
or maidens was both pretty and plump
and when her majesty stopped lor an
Instant to smile down upon her, what
did slip do but put lip her wee (and
tempting) mouth for a kiss, which sin
received.
"Molly!" pasped her nstoundef!
mother, and after tho distinguished
visitor had passed on, "how could
you!"
And Molly pave a pood reason. "I
fought," said blip. "It 'ii Id bo Interest
In' to tell my grandchildren." Har
prr's Weekly.
The Difference.
"(irnfton mils himself a 'profes
sional man' and yet he tnkes no part
lu anythlnK hut politics. Is politics a
profession or a hurlni'ss?"
"Well, when his slilo Is In power It's
a business; otherwise It s merely a
profession." Philadelphia PresB.
Unh.ippily Alike.
"He has no car for music," said
BulRPr. pityingly. "It's actually a
!act that he couldn't distinguish be
'.ween Hip air of 'America' nnd that
f 'God Save the King.' "
'"r'"'UA- ' "j-tfi'ii i - -
When
Run
Down
B tt
Wonderful Phraseology.
A party of American tourists who
were comfortably established In a ho
tel In CiTtnany discovered a new con
tribution to "KliftllHlt as she Is spoke,"
only this time Ihcy found It in th"
wiitten word. The buildinK had bee:i
recently wired for elect! irlty and un
ib r the bulbs in each room directions
were posted in I'lench, Herman and
!'.!:::!! h The In tu b was lrrepi oach
a!"", the dcrmaii ncarli so The Knc-
h. -h lead as follows: "To open am',
si tit the llebtcnliiK rlrrlilcal on, Li rc
ipiestcd tn turn tn the null! hand (::
I' liii.' to bed It must be closed, (ithcl-wti-e
the Imhtrnmi; must be paid,"
Billion Dollar Grass.
Ma.! Miiiurk.il.il' pr.i 'I tlm nuittiry.
I I ini thtee imi-'.lu ' ti l"- .illtlll till.
I":. bill t.llfier un I-'" aiit-- "Id Ssl.
S- 'H 11., rtli i f seeil .ili.l hnl :"" tuna "I
li-il be.;.!i- It I- inilinn-c liu liy It.
I I'll l"r ami nils Miner,
m l t !. .I.'hn s,,,.,.r See l C.,, I.n
lu,..,., i. . tu fi. ii pii.taifi', etc . nii'1
tl-i ml! In. ul nu tin- u nil uiinuul BCl'd
i. .'i!"i: iilli-tn ,1 in Aiiii'lir.i ii'th Willi
t ... . f Itillmn Di'llnr lit i.. M u- irnnt
iie. it, the s!v miller ni:er. N.iilile'ti tin;
i!n mil lit x it nn t l . Vn-ti'iii Kiii'iv I he '.tic
.i ten "ri'i'tl I I lirinlllii't , silier King
b.ili i yiil'hnu 173 Lu. per .nn'. etc . etc.,
it
ml if mil r nil Uc we mil add a park-
IU'i et new firm ee.l tn'irr bi'lutl' I'l'TI
I'. I. .11 .lihtl A NiliT Sil'l Co., Im
I : , i-. K. .
Sunday School Lessons for the World.
A power greater than that nf kliik'S
S' elas to have been weld"d by the
li''e cr.itii nf tliouehtful men who
i- i' !:i t ni :it the 1'eniiay ri sidence of
V. N Hartshorn to select the lea
Mi,:, for the Sunday schools of tho
u aid. sais thr Huston Herald. Kvery
i":it they eiither to make this choice,
iit 'l when a ilii lsinn bus been reached
tin lessons are banded nut to the
! i ii t i-.-s ami by them literally scat
t.ieil over the planel. The word thus
v ics forth not lu one but In Bcores
uf lani;tiai'cs. Kurope aiul Africa, east
. ntnl weat. north and south. P't these
I I 1 ps lo relhtlous study in the vernac
j ii : :i r There Is a Ftipply for Hawaii,
.'a; an and the islands of the sea. For
It. din alone -PI dialects have to be iro-
'
'li'led for Some rain linn, inul Sunday
j school leaflets aru thus distributed
' evi ry year.
! In a Pinch. Use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE.
A powder. It cures paiulul. sniart
1 Itiii, nervous feet ami Innrow Iiik nails.
' li s the greatest comfort discovery of
i t! e uk'. Makes new shoes easy, A
( rt.iln cure fur sweating feet. Sold
In ail I irill'ltlSIS. U.'ic Accept no sub
, s'ltute Trial piukak'u, KUKH. Ad
'. l!''"-!l A. S. (Il'nsted. l.e Hoy. N. Y.
The Wicked Husband.
"Why does n man lie to his wife?"
asks a woman w riter. Dear me; docs
be? Duliith Herald
Sudden Changes of the Weather
often cause hroncbial and I. link' trim
l b s. "Itrown's Pronchlal Troches" al
lay throat Irritation and coughs.
The averak'e nian's Idea of a pood
sermon is one that goes oier lib' head
and hltB one of bis acnuamtaiices.
I'll. IK ll'ltril IN A TO 14 114 VH.
t'AZ" HIM WKM' I. iiimtmili-e'l I" i n"' liny iumi
if in t, iik C mil Hl'-eitnii i.r I'f IIU.IHIK li.i'n III
lb i a.i) i.r in. n.' u f iinai.il Uli.
An averane yl' ld of rIiikit In Ja
maica is about ",uuu pounds an acre.
ONI V livr "II HOMO OI'IMMT"
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uiir ilriili't' ui l.i-i. i-' K.n'ti.ry, I'm. i.t. lli
Some silence may be pi'luen, but
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Truth and
Quality
nppciil to tin- Will Indit'inr-il in pvory
walk of lid' ami nrr fs-i'iitiiil tn ii'riiiaii'iit
sucrrsH nnii cri'ilitnlilr stniulinj;. Arcnr
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ami l'.lhir of Si uu.i is tin' nnly ri'iucily of
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why it i the I" ' "f piTonul anil family
laxatives is the fa' t that it rlerm'i,
sweetens nnii relieves the internal organ"
on which it arts without any debilitating
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It nets pleasantly anil naturally nnd '
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parts are known to nnd approved by '
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fi'i'linp, llatulfiii'y,iii(liKos
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(1908 10 )
MUSIC
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