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IA SALLE 10 mVE'lim inmumliiwl i
P H P I n 1 1 T nnnirAT
A competent dork ami terminal en
gineer is to lie brought to La Salic in
Hie near future to prepare plans ami
estimates for the construction of per
manent dockage facilities here in con
nection with tile proposed La Salle
New Orleans waterway transpor'ation
Hi-oject. The Illinois Valley Manu
facturers' Club, through the inunilic
enee of one of its members, made this
known lust evening, when Captain A
A. Poland, representing the war
partment, tinil Sidney J. Roy, secre
tary of the Mississippi Valley Water
way Association, addressed a gain
ing of members.
The engineer who will be sent here
is n native of Germany, where he had
a wide experience in the building
of docks and terminal facilities along
the Uhine. He is an 'expert in his
line, despite the fact that he has not
followed his calling to any great ex
tent in America.
Consider a New Site.
While there was no definite selec
tion of a site yesterday, when Captain
Poland and the manufacturers' com
mittee Inspected the various locations
a new spot sprang into prominence,
and it Is being highly recommended
us the location for permanent docks.
It is located on the east hank of the
Illinois river, just south of "The
Point." where the steamboat channel
and the river Join. This is regarded
as an Ideal place for a terminal.
Naturally, inasmuch as freight will
he transferred from rail to sii"h
docks, the question of a switch line
came up for discussion. Some of the
members of the committee thought it
feasible to enlarge and raise the tow
path running along the south bank of
the canal as a right-of-way for rail
ft racks, but this, too, was left without
delinite action.
U. S. Can't Build Docks.
While the government can foster
'and assist In many ways the project
which Is now under consideration, It
1 Mrs. Sarah Megatliti. of this city, ha
today fur a visit with her daughter,
Mr. L. II. Smith in Chicago.
Mrs. 1. V. Hurst, district iepiesitiia-
tive or the ( ossanl (. orset company
will be in Ottawa for a few days with
headquarter at MeUer's Ladies'
Mr. and Mrs. John Duugard and
family left last niKht for Knit Hodge,
la., where today they will attend the
marriage of Mr. Hamgard's niece.
Public Kngineer (ieorge L. Farns
worth and Mrs. Karnsworth celebrated
their first wedding anniversary by
welcoming the arrival into their hap
py family circle of an eight pound
j baby boy, who was born at Uyburn
hospital late yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Weitzel of Uock
, Island announce the arrival of an eight
i f ound son, born yesterday. Mrs. W'cit
izel is the daughter of Dr. B. A. Kelly
of this city and Mr. Weitzel is the son
i or Mrs. K. M. Davis. He is employed
!by the Stone Weber Contracting Co.
ias division constructor on the Uoek
! Island arsenal.
Charles Helinlg of Peru transacted
j business in Ottawa today. '
(lt I .miss Mia inmaway ieit this morn
ing ror a short visit in Chicago.
Mrs. ,f. Oren Tucker and son Wil
liam, of Taylorville, 111., formerly of
this city, will arrive in Ottawa tomor
row for
jSociety Notes
4 !
All the conscripted nu n in licieauj
La Salle and Putnam counties are r
be guests of honor at a dance given '
m Hick's Park Friday. October 12.1
The Hicks' Park Pleasure Club is mak- j
ing every arrangement for this party
to lie a great success. Kverything is !
to be Lee to the conscripted men by ;
simply showing their card ai the tick-j
et window. A noted speaker has been j
engaged to open the evening's enter-
tainment by a short address. This
will be followed by dancing. A general j
invitation has befn issued to the gen-j
eral public to come and give the men i
a great farewell party. '
The wedding of Miss Charlotte Ca-!
I ton, second daughter of Mr. anil Mrs.'
j Charles A. Caton, and Samuel H. Cobb
I of Minneapolis will take place in this!
J city, Saturday, November :rd. The ;
! ceremony will be performed in the '
j First Congregational church and iin-1
! mediately following a reception will;
', be held at the home of the bride's
! parents on the North Bluff. The young :
rouble will go to Minneapolis to make i
their home, where the groom is
physical director in one of tho Min- j
neapolis high schools. Many social j
10 saL $3
Illinois. Co -operative' Packing Com
pany is 'the corporate name of the
new $:ii,titi'' company which is to lo
cate its new paeiung plant in Ottawa,
proxidilig I heir is sutlicienl response
l'"f such an institution rmong the
fanners and business men cf La Salle
Tlie packing industry is recognized
a.; one of the gi cutest industries of
America, and several co-operative
plant.; that have sprung up in the
I nited Slates during the last lew
years have been very successful ami
'lave brought good returns, both to
the owners and the farmers lit. the
communities) in which they were lo
cated. The new corporal ion is organized
A Letter
From Washington
The Food Administator Writes Us:
use of baking powder breads made of corn and other eonrs !!nir inet.irl nf nt.nt
wheat flour is recommended by the Conservation Division of the Food Administration. The
wheat needed for expert is thus conserved, and at the same time healthful food for our own
people is provided. The circulation of receipes providing for these use would be of assis
tance in carrying out our plans.''
The following recipes for Corn Bread and Rye Rolls save wheat flour
and innke attractive and wholesome food for every day when made with
i mil!
i l "i
4 t. w-
I'r. 1'iiii
:t titl
t t;iMfN)Mi,ii SHK.'tl
I leasiMinii .salt
mps inll'.-
'J t.'l)lL-Slliltls shlirlelltUK
tlinroiiKlily ilr nmreiiiiMii-: ..i nalU
nielli il slmi't.-niiit ; ln-.it wll: lump iv-
well yxi'iivil pan ii iii I bake in l)n oven ahull'
In-. I'll.
I- s
I', iking
- iii'" ry-
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:i eH llll'k
'J l,lles e.. slliil'll'llillU
ley iiiKi-i ili.-nts I"ki Im r. mid milk ainl
il shut ti i i i . Km-Hil mi lliiiireil hoard;
iniD rell. I'ut iiiii) un-ascd (mm iiihI
ii si ;i utl in warm lnec I'D In :Ti minutcM.
in iiinili r.iu- own Si tn ;) minutes.
a short visit with Ottawa
fi'cnds. ,
Clare Uickwood went to Chicago
this morning on a short business trip.
Mrs. K. K. Hurkholder. of Streator,
county chairman of the National Coun
cil of Defense committee, on the sale
of Liberty Bonds, was in Ottawa on
business connected with the sale of
these bonds t'nis morning.
Barney MiCarry, who has been in
the ltyburn hospital, was removed to
a hospital in Chicago yesterday.
Peter O'Loiiuhlin returned home last
night after a ten days' visit wiih Aur
ora relatives.
T. Vallat and John Link left this
morning for Chicago on business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Weidig announce
the arrival of a baby boy, born Octo
ber I'Mh.
affairs will be held in this city lief ire ; under the laws of South Dakota and,
Our red, white and blue booklet "Best War Time Recipes" containing additional similar
recipes sent free on request. Address Dent. H. 1001 Independence Boulevard, Chicago.
the date of the wedding, for Miss
Caton by her friends.
The members of the faculty of the
Ottawa high school gave a tea yes
terday afternoon in honor of Miss Ca
ton. All the members and the wives
of the members of the faculty were
guests at this affair. Tea was served
in the board room. Mrs. C. H. Kins
man and Miss (Jlorvina Wilson presid
ed at the tea table. '
Tin) ladies of the. Congregational
church will hold an all day hewing
meeting, Friday, October 12th, in the
lecture room of tho church. Kvery
lady is requested to bring a box lunch,
vt i
The wedding of Miss Helen Sluutnn
Klkhart, lad..
South Bend,
the Catholic
and Paul A. Burns
Ind., was celebrated
church in Klkhart,
r Htli. The church
Misses Anna and Kinma Muffler, oH
Seneca, spent l he day in Ottawa.
Mm I. On, M.-I.'ti,... ,.r 1 1... . i
....... ...'iin ,,iv m unit, in ii.imiOr.rt. ... . ,
v..i. I.. .... , , ...7... iTurK.lay.
in;i.i m ii.-.ii;ni; i.i MIC liouie Ol .ll.IIIlt
McCarty in this city. Mrs. McKcnua;
was born mid raised here, but this is
her tirsi visit in Ottawa in "1 years.
Miss Margaret Keating has resigned
her position as long distance operator
I 41. . . 1 I ... I I ,11
... .ne ....h. iciopuoue o.uce. M,. Htant()n n.R s hlu,r -,-,,
. couple will make their home in South
ceremony was followed by a recep
tion at the home of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Stanton, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stanton Jr. of Ot-
itawa were both in the wedding party,
j Mrs. Stanton bring matron of honor
l amp Hodge, Den Moines, Iowa, Oct.
is legally impossible for the United j i i.-The IMnt.h infantry. ' mainly
Stales to actually construct docks and
tenniiul for , water . - tmiuiiortati.iu
roules. That is essentially ft munici
pal problem. What the government
can do, it was explained, is to canal
ize river streams, which aro under
the jurisdiction of the War Depart
ment; establish fa.r freight rates, and
enforce good connections.
Tho recommendations of Captain
Poland was that the city take up the
preposition of docks construction.
This could be dune by municipal ap
proporiatlon or by subscription from
interested industrial concerns. It was
pointed out that the city where the
terminal Is located in the direct bene
fieiary, so that the (tiestion of. con
struction should rest with the ctiy.
Ml S S I N GgTr L 70U N D
years old New
appearance led
Oct. 11- Virginia Collier, Id
York girl whose dis
detectives half way
around the world in search of her.
has been found. It was announced to
day. She Js living in Fort Wayne,
Ind., the wife of a musician who does
not know his bride was the object of
u search that embraced two contin
ents. The missing girl was found largely
through the efforts of detective Ser
geant von Welsenstein, of New York,
who followed her trail from the time
she Is alleged to have eloped from
New York with Lee Moy, a Chinese,
to Seattle, China, Japan and the South
Sea Islands und finally to Chicago.
Mrs. Bridget Dougherty, widow of
the late Bernard Dougherty, died yes
terday afternoon nt 4 o'clock at Hie
homo of her daughter, Mrs. Henry
Pelachoud, near Odell, Mrs. Doug't
erty is an old resident of Ottawa, she
having lived at 118 Kant Joliet street
for many years. Upon the beginning
of her last Illness several months ago
Hhe whs removed to the home of her
daughter near Odell and remained
tl.ere from that time on.
Mrs. Dougherty was almul eighty
nix years old and hud lived in this
elty for many years. She was a faith
ful and devoted member of SI. Coliim
ba'8 church. She Is survived by one
Hon Thomas Dougherty of Chicago and
lier daughter, Mrs. Pelachoud of Odell.
The funeral will be held from St.
Columbu's church Thursday morning
at eleven o'clock and burial will be at
St, Columha's cemetery.
Illiimi rririminit f II... KKit, .liei.l,,,, IOUOIIO
may lie deeply cut into to furnish teen 1
to till units of the army at Cump Pike. I
Littlo Uock. Ark., under Washington I
orders in accordance with the ret cut i
re-organization. I
Five' deserlers from t'i first iniota !
of Ramsey county, North Dakoia.i
members of the I. W. WV. were brought j
to catnu today by a guard of regulars
from Fort Snelling, and turned overt
to the cantonment military police..1
They will be taken before the first;
general court martial held In this di
vision. !
The men were captured at Devils
Lake, North Dakota, with grips filled
with Incendiary literature and are
thought, to have been headed for Can
ada. They were turned over to the
military aulhorilies at Fori Spelling
by a deputy .sheriff of Ramsey county,
North Dakota.
where Mr. Burns is a banker.,
Stanton is well fenown In .nisi
laving visited here many times.1
The ladies of Christ Kpiscopal
church will hold ail all day meeting !
in the parish house. Karh '
lady will bring her own lunch and
the hostesses. Mesdames Farrar and!
Male, will furnish coffee. The women!
will spend the day sewing cn articles!
for the bazaar that will be held the
lirst Wednesday in Novembei.
will be operated entirely by a board of
director.; chosen by the stockholders.
K. II. Doud, of Oak Park, and ,1. M.
Doud, of Chicago, are I lie men who
are responsible for bringing the plant
to Ottawa. They have engaged 1'ie
Chicago linn of Hagg and Blackiston,
well known fiscal agents, lo finance
the new company and dispose of the
slock. L. W. llagg and A. II. Blackis
ton and K. II. Doud are in the cily tp
day making preliminary ai rangements
for starting npcmiioiis on the new
1 lair
The cupitul stock will consist ol
$l.".o,i'i;tt prelereil and $ir,n,niij coin
nion. The pioeecds from the sale of
(lie capital slock will lie used in the
coiistrnclion of the new plant. The
Ida ns of which have already been pre
pared by one of the best architects
'ii factory cons;! i action in the 1'uiied
The local ion of a packiie; plant in
Ottawa will nn an a savin" to the
farmers of a collide dollars on every
hundred pounds of meal shipped from
their farms. II will mean the cliinin
:ion of a half dozen pioliis that go
to buyers, commission men and others.
La Salle county is the ii best .agri
cultural county, in the stale nf Illi
nois and alone could support a coutile
of good packing plants. There is
hardly a Uestion but What the new
industry will meet with a ready re
sponse from Hie financial interests
of La' Salle county.'
ti r.;
iticil after Nov. 1, PUT. without
curing sued license will b.. Ma
in Ihe penult v prescribed by said
oi Congress."
(Continued frim Page 1.)
trad" or
tilled bv sec
In. PUT. to
on any exchange board
similar inst'tition as ile
ion P! of the act of Auu'.
the extent of their deal-
Chicago market report furnished t
the Free Trader Journal by W. 1
Etnyre, member Chicago Board ol
Trade, Moloney Building. Phone 1041.
Correspondent Lamson Bros & CoH
Wheat Open High. Low. Close.
N'o quotations.
Dec l.l.-.Vt l.1")'i
May .... Limy 1. 11:1,4
Dec. ..,
May ...
1 . 1 2 Vse
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Regular Meeting
1 Thursday. Oct. 11, of Ruilding
Trades Council. Special business.
All delegates are requested to be
, present.
; JOHN BERRY, President
All banks will he closed on Friday
on account Columbus Day, a legal
holiday. Natloial City Bank.
First National Bunk.
Cltawa Banking Trust
Peoplo'H Trust & Savings
Live btocK. j
Sleets Slock, per cwt., $!i to $K; ;
fat, per cwt., $10.
Calves, per cwl., $ I i-$ 1 2. ;
Spring lambs, per cwt, $R!Vi, j
Sheep-Per cwt., $S to $111. j
Hogs, per cwt., $H;.r,(i.$l,x.iin,
Produce and Poultry. j
Butter, fresh and sweet, per h :uie. i
Cream butler I'al. per lh., 44e.
Kggs, strictly fresh, per do,
Hens, per lb., lKc.
Springers, per lb. Hie.
Old roosters, per lh Pic,
Ducks, per lb., 1 ic,
Geese, per lb., Pic.
Turkeys, alive, per lb., lllc-ISt
Ottawa Cash Grain
Oats No. 'A white, .'lie.
Hides and Wool.
No. 1 hides, per ii)., ttv.
No. 1 calf skin, per lb., 22:.
No. 1 Horso hide, $5.
Illinois wool, per lb., 45c.
The bloodhounds owned by William
Jacksi 11, of this city, Vere called to
CiCiieseo yesterday afternoon 1o trace
thieves who made away with 11 large
amount of seed corn from a field in
the edge of town the night before.
The trip lo (letieseo, a distance of
about eighty miles, was made in Kil.
Rese's automobile.
When the dogs arrived on the scene
of the robbery, they were able to eaieh
the trail of Ihe men und follow "il
ihril the lield and Ihe fence into the
road. Here tho trail was lost, hut
automobile tracks at Ihe side of the
load indicated the thieves had made
I heir uetaway in a machine.
Upon further investigation it was
learned -,i macli'iie had been se 11 Ihe
night before by people passim; along
the road in the exact spot where the
dogs lost ihe trial yesterday.
Mr. West, the farmer to whom the
seed corn belonged, was unable to
make any estimate as to the value or
amotini of coin taken, but it Is said to
he valuable corn and quite u largo
(Continued trotn Page 1.) '
, '.y to second. No r.'rs, ore hit. no
' en Di'S.' .
GIAfSTr- Drnroith pitching for Ccx.
Bums faiiiod. Hctzog singled to ccn
! lor. Knuff eia-Je another honer, scor
' ing Bcrnr. Zin hit to dee;) center for
a th-c? bagger. Fletcher fanned.
Robrlr?n up. Zim caught fit plate
trying to sn home. Two runs, three
hits, ro rrrm s.
' SOX Eddie Collins walked. Jack
son out, third to first, Collins going to
.":cond, Felch oui on a .grounder
Oandil out on fly to center.. No runs,
no hits, :'o errors.
1 mics on such exchange or board of
i trade.
Capacity for Millers.
j '.'Millers of corn, oats, barley, wheat.
; rve or ri'-e operating 1 nly plains of a
i daily capacity of less than seventy-five
j i-'ii ids . '
: "('miners of pears, dried beans, corn.
I tomatoes, salmon or sardines whose
I ' ro -s production does not exceed ."i.eiin
j cases per annum.
; "Perseus slaughtering, packing and
l;sliibiiiiii': fresh, canned or cured
''cef. pork or mutton whose gross
-ales of such commodities does not ex
iced $liii),miu per annum.
"Oneraiors of poultry or eug pack-
I i;r; plants, whose gross sales do not
1 exceed $r.fi,!iiii) per annum.
! "Manufacturers of maple sinm,
manic sit'-ar and maple compound,
"dinners, buyers mien's, dealers of
jollier hPTiiHers of cotton seed who
nanuie yearly, eel ween Sept. I and
Aug. i'l, Ioks than I .'it) tons of col I on ;
seed; . .
"Are hereby rc.ouircd to secure on
or' before Nov. I, PUT, a license, which
Deriine will he Issued under such
rules mid regulations governing ' the
-fiiniiii'i oi the ii:!suicy as );i,v- le lire-1
.1., ...-. : - .1" ..-S !v t. 1 X V .. . - -)
KClllil'll.' ' ,
How Licenses Obtained. ' ; '
"Ap;di(-itiolis for the license must
' I'm!"' to the I'niled St -.lies rood
administration, Washington, luw-do-;
rtiiieui, license d i vision, on forms
rcii.nel bv it in advance for that
purpose,, which may be secured on re-
ol'ost. ..; ' . o. 1 . .
"Any person, linn or, corporation or
af soeiutton oilier-than those herein
l eler!' excepted who shall eimagil in
,.;irry on any business hereinbefore
I London. Oct. II. The i; British
wbi's sunn by Oei man submarines last
week brings the total number or Brit
j 's'i vessels desl royed since the rillh
j less I' boat warfare began last Febru-
ary up to Sl'', aecerding lo I'mures
ccniplled to.Iav from ollii ial admiralty
rfatenieiits. These do not include lish
I '11.- I uats.
Of the ships lost", ."ili'.l were more
than I, run ions in size and 2 Ki were
. less than l.timi tons.
Among the models in tho "Fashion
Shop," which plays at tho Gayety
theatre, Sunday. October 13, may bo
seen Blanch" LaTelle, the late star of
Douglas Fanrbanks and Miss Lillian
La M01 io of the Joseph Stanley C'i.
''When Dreams Come True," and who
starred with Trixa Frigauz-a in "The
Sweetest Oir! in Paris" Co. The oth
er models are from Big Broadway prd-
iIm:tioa and the act is scoring large
attendance thruout the circuit.
"Four oilier good acts" will be
Pi'IiT Negri
master Sweeiie
I licks, lie il of
nights ago on
'eral aulhorll Ics
wi'.s arrested by Pnsl
y and Chief of Police
Spring Valley, a few
1 notice from the 1'ed
The arrest was ma le
Thi' football team of the Ottawa
high school will go to La Salle for the
Ottawa La Salle football game -to ho
held In that city tomorrow afternoon.
There will be two games between the
Ottawa high school football team and
the La Salle-Peru team this year.
The iirsi will he tomorrow in Ln
Salle and the oilier will he played on
King Field, November J!.
The local high school will not. close
tomorrow afternoon, but all students
wishing to attend, whose parents are
willing for Ihein ,to go will be excus
ed from the afternoon similes to at
tend Ihis game. Arrangements have
been made lo have the 1:50 liiterur
ban leaving Ottawa curry u trailer as
for those wishing to
far as La Salle
j go to La Salle.
The La Salle-Ottawa game Is prob
jahly Ihe mosl Interesting game of
j the schedule every year, More grown
up people are always present than
was ack we
When Faby
When she was a Child, she cried lor
Castorla. 1
at Dai.e!l, while Negri was making a
speech t ' a number of miners in I'i
gatti's hall.
The poslniiis'er at Spring Valley re
ceived a police from Ihe 'federal au
thorities im'ifying him to arrest Negri
should Ii" call for any mail at thai
.place. Th" uoiice stated lhat Negri
, was working in this part of Ihe stale
and would probably land in Spring
jVall-y. where he, would perhaps call
j f:r mail. A close walcli was made at
j'he postollice ill Spring Valley and
jollier posh dices were liolilied. Laler
'the Spring Valley posl master got word
ilhal Negri would probably be In Dal
. ell an I ; close watch was set at that
town, Ne-rl appeared, rented the liall
aud semi g'llhered a fair sized crow, I.
IThe poslmster and Chief of Poll e
jllicks v.,a! lo Dal.ell and arrested
him as he was upon the stage, Negri
: was taken lo Spring Valley, where lie
'is being held awaiting the arrival
el' the Culled States .Marshal with
III warrant.
It Is nni known upon usi what
charge Negri is being held, but the
i supposition is lhat he l-t wanted as an
, I. W. W. It seems thai an indie!
jmont was returned 10 the Peoria fi 1st -r'cl
some time ago against Negri.
.The JDS' )!l :l -1 "I" has not been advised,
j what the charge against him is, and
1 .Vogri da'! denies that he Is an I.
W. W. bill .cy that his wm k is along
Ihe lines d labor and he has bo 11
(ollecling money to be used In aid-.
Ing his countrymen.
Last time today
The Spy
Dustin Farnum
1st show 6:45
2nd show 8:30
Vitagrnph Blue Ribbon fenture
"Buy Right of
Antonio Moreno
fn This Day of High and Rising
Prices Here's a
Real Economy
Many women still make the mistake
of thinking that they cannot ; afford
to buy silk underwear. 1
Don't let any such misconception of
facts stand between you and the sat
isfaction thousands of other women
ar .enjoying. w vvA'.iw.vs
Pure silk i the most enduring of
nil fibres. A single thread it twice at
strong as hemp. Kayser, Italian Silk
will give you a wholly new idea of the
service underwear can give. Unlike
any other material used in underwear,
. Kayser Italian Silk will give you back
in actual service many times the val
ue of every cent you put into it.
There are one million women in
New York City. One out of every
ten wears Italian Silk Underwear.
All these other women could tell you
that no matter what your dress allow
ance is. with intelligent selection you
oan afford to have the silk underwear
you long to own.
Ask any ope that has worn our silk
underwear and she will tell you that
Kayser made silk underwear pisribie for her,
That until she figured her underwear expense at the end of her
first year of wearing Kayscr's, she never knew what underwear
economy was.
We have in stock for your inspection the comnlete line of Kayser
silk Underwear, Nowhere in the state of Illinois out side of Chicago
can you find the comprehensive display cf these garments that you
will find in our shop. We trust that we may have the pleasure of
showing YOU this line.
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(Mr.111 want, add section pug" live
l()lt SAI
stove ill
iliu furnace;
I H2 1 H'altiul
;y. K.
A "Slew; . ha 1 d coal
Mi lletil condition; install ;
; will sell cheap. ( all ai !
(inner I'oiirlli, or phone
hall 1.
air In
, oALK The Ma rii n Kelly home
east end of Congress street; I wo
on coiner, (iood two story metal
frame duelling, live rooms on
floor, four rooms upstairs; al'o
closets, balli room, etc. Ilo!
'at. A line property at .Viiin.
Will sell house and one lot for $t,::iin.
All special assessment paid in full. ;
For further inforiiiii 1 ion cull on or j
'phone to T. II. Parrel, College lihlg., 1
lelepholie IHS-W.
PLI'MPINC, ISrlcklayii.g, Pled cult v.
and Drafting ir-ught by practical In
struction. Illg demand. Positions se
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