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AIBUQUUQUX XTXlffXt X1KALD, WIMHWDAY, NQYBM1M, t, 1911.
Mlill'S CONQUEST OF THE I IntwMtinf Sidelights Threwn OnXcwMt fhfum of the Wriffkt Itbthtrs and Tkelr Dimterie;. When Aviator Itudget fiom tho AthiHtlc cuntt shook hand with AvI nlor Fowler Irura the Pacific count, down In AfUonu a day or so ago, It wn n greeting brought over man)' hundred mile of territory, tttlll. u thin to Cilnk of ! that thn ruitcrn man wn In the western man' own country, rising superior to iicedcnt, unn after another. jnd Fowler tin ex orcised the Mine pluck but with left luck. Tlio eastern mail hud utmost completed the titnk to which he et himself, and the western man hod but fairly bosun. When word coiiins thut Jtodgels hfc completed thw tntk he tint hlmneir ami taken hid machine from ocean tn ocean, In- will hnv nr. cumplished one of tlio greatest fenl In aviation iii to thl time. Hi' will not net tho fortune Hint wan offered, tlm man to II ret make thn flight, at til err hml been 11 time limit et upon thnt. Alilch expired Almost n month iiiii. About oil hn will pri ott of It will be the filnp uclilnvrit In making the lint flying tour fruw ocean to ocean. Tli.' WrlitliU havo provril In years pust thut 1 1 1 v are good advertiser. Now they nrn reaping another pub licity harvest, for every movement down nt IJaro Unvll or Kill Devil, or whatever tlm nnnie of thnt hill. I chronicled n quickly n trained men eet to thn wire. if they hnve (lis covered ometh)ug new In flotation, omi'thlnu that will Hike a mrt ot thn danger from airship flight, they ara morn llntn welcome tn all tliu public tt they enn itct In thn newspaper and magatlnes. There seem to l Home thins they have found out. Jut what li Is they will probably let thn world know n soon n they nre ready. Mennwhlle every correspondent ha hl gurn. Th YVrlnW Hwt. While en route from Mateo, N. C. to Norfolk. Orvlllo Wright talked freely to reporter on th subject of automatic control of aeroplane. He gardlng the new device which ho and )il brother Wilbur hnve perfected ho alrt; "The nnw automatic control In not tho mi mo covered by our Preach and JJnglUh patent. The principle I far more complicated, yet the construc tion In more simple. "The Invention hni not yet been Tfilentrd and I cannot, of course, give any ditalhi a to what It In like." Ax described nt the time, Mr Wright obtained pahtnl for an automatic iwl anrlrut device, In 1901. It cenelttcd of tlm apnlletttlon of compressed air power. gent-rated by a pump and held Jn n rtnerrolr, to the manipulation of Resolve to Invest Your Surplus Earnings In Real Estate New Mexico Real Estate Do It Now. Wu brlfu.o It U Mtrcr limn (Hi ting It oil hank ilctnHl r In rtcMls am! bomis fm' ImttrmSU I worth u IKt (line of tabor. Your chance I now. It I Jut ax i' to make money In real eUte today u It va tMty year age and tho profit como more quickly. HltAINV .MUX BAY The wl young man or wtgo eartier of todny Invert hi' money In renl etate." Andrew Carnegie. "Kvcry peron who Invcxt In wU aelecled real eatale In a growin eo tlon of a, preperu community, adopt tho turcat und fa,fri mlhod of becemlni Mifc ndent, for real -Hit 1 ttie bal of wealth." Theo dore XiooMVelt. A financial panic Irtay wipe out a bank or other buln. but It can't destroy n city lot. Tho man who own land U kin. No one reels o independent m the In ml owner, rollowlng nrn h few bargain telrct d from KX.KMlNa RBAI.TV IN VHeJTMKNT CO., recent lilting. Look them over cArefully. Kvery one I a IwrMln, eVery one la rrccHled, ir you do not Md here what you want write or call ut our oefcee ami we WMI J0 all we caw Id pleaie you. 5 Three-room frame, JO-faot lot, o car lln. 4th ward. Trice $198, 6 Ktvc.rtfem frame, ah, IS-foot M. near hep, 3d ward. Price ICOO. 8 )tveraH frame. m4rrH. he ment, k4i mm) Urn: Wai ter rH. Trki 31W.6- Tetmv tmnwrt ?(. k)t'Hi hlM. clst. Mreeieii fk, cwtt iriifT ovm mm inTTni BVlfim M nelthtH, Prlee !(. 12 KJve-riH Krjck, nuMtefn, M TfiM&f Hi Xi Iw5 H Rlx-raam hrlck, m4rn, erM ieeM atreet, ea ear H ?H the rudder plane hhI .elevator In frMt. Tho mechafteeat We In permit tin the application of Mk pewer w ef dual character. 4pH devtee, a pendulum, coupes teJtftvaJvn of the comprenced ulr reeerVWi? caufrt tho valve to bo opened or alt lit us rtxinlr ed by tho UtllitR of the neroplnn. Thin device won to act on thtf nnl.ler nnd to warp tlm plune throiigli plmon utid other rotln connoctthx thni with tlm air rencrvolr. Tho elevator cofltroltlHR device In Muli'd n vano revolving under wisMl prexxuro nnd rclennlnir the compreawi! nlr power whnn thn machine depart d from a horlvontal potion. If neeeMnry. patent npptlcaMoi declared the device could b no reg ulated a to compel the netDplann to travel Indefinitely In circular path. A Ni'vr AwotiUilMuwewt. At Kitty Hawk, N. C on tho re mote outpofit of the American conti nent tlx WrlRht brothem for the patt threo week haVo bten, coiul uctlnjr aeroplane experiment that will have a vital Influence, on tho future of aerial tranporlntlon. TJie cllmnx of thn plodding, palnntnklnic teit occur red when orvllle Wright cau.ed hi motorte'i blplnne to hover over a rpot only 15 feet In diameter for moro than 10 minute. "Our DXperlment have been very wnUnfrtctory," wild Orvlllo WrlRht. dU. cuiuiIiiji hi flliiht. "Tliey have been far beyond my expectation, I enme hero dimply to.enrry out ome Idea I had worked out at home concern In ulldhiK machine. A n mutter of fact, I wh not very oiitimlMIc about rxteimlvt. ucce. Hut after I had rtiirrniiKeit n number of detail, I wn RMonliihed at the eaue .with which 1 uccieded In kerplni; the craft Itt the nlr for uch u long period. Uur ue ct'M I ilu, to thn fnct that thn craft U exceptionally efficient. Hy otil clency. 1 mean that nil It ir( are ; bRlanced o an to mako n perfect ve hicle. Mviien an nflator apenk of effi ciency ho meant the capability of nn aeroplane, to fly with tho haul amount of motive powt r. He hn In mind tha oarliiK quiilltlc of nn neroplftne. 1 tail truly aay that our craft I enor mpuily elllclent. 1 don't mean to ohilm that wo can fly without power, but I do mean that wo can fly with. It power than any mathtn that U built. "tinder certain condition 1 am cer tain that tho Idea wo have develop ed during- the pant few week would cnnble ti to build n machlno which would fly with vvn leu nor, power. I know that wo could fly for nn hour wlthour powtir. Riven proper atmos pheric condition, and I eo no reajon why we cannot fly for ID houra If we. huvo flown for one minute. It I lm ply a nueatloft of the time, tha place, the wind and the machine. "In order to mako extentlre power lr flight, however, the craft woulil have to be built mora itrengly. At thn prrnt time Mich conetructlon 1 now' economical. Owlnn to tlm tate of thn nklll of nvlatorn It would cost them too much to pay for tho frequent brtakasa of nn rxprnoivo craft I"r4e Slachkifl fiood. "But I don't wth to slve the lm heat, ltt ward, clu In. l'rlc $37r,0. 17 i;ihtroom brick, modern, 4th ward, near church ud school, four lot. Price. ISS00. 300 do - M balance term to ult. :o Ten-room brick, modern, 4th ward. nv block from iit occ, corner lot, beautifully located. 1'rlce $4301). IS00 down; balance term-. , . II One rant-front corner lot, ttauth High atreet, adjoining llv held at fioeu. I'rlce far thla' onV $750. as Two eatt-front lot. Ferea aUdl tlon, corner Klevrnth and Kfult. I'rlce f 1,000. 3S One euuth-front corner lot, ICatt Central. Price tSSO. 33 Pitt of ground, floulii John street, cetitalnlng about five aere. near ahop. unliable for factory tta or . auhdlvldlng, Prlc $3330. 40130 acre valley land under ditch; fevlr-room houne, barn and eut building; 30 uvrwi In. alfalfa, bal nnce inture.' near AlbttquVrqu und 3 mile from ahlpplng point on A. T. ft rt. K. K. It. Price $30 per acre. $tlt acre valley iHnd n very high tlate of cultivation, tw H f Improvontent, 30 acres tn bear lug orchard, 30 acre net two years In orchard, 40 Acre In al falfa, balance n pasture and other cropt. Four mile from good town. Price 3100 per acre. 43340 acre deep, rich, level valley land; under good gravity ditch, nearly all tillable; live mile from good town and ahlpplng pmt. With n little development this tract can be clty Inorraeed to a or 4 time It prevent value, Price ler acre, $30. 43 3?.00 acre upland, very fine toll, with about i0 Inche of annual rainfall. Thl I juet the place for dry farming on an ext-lvo acale. Adjoining farm predmcea (3 htuhel of corn aer acre thk yr an4 other crop In prHr Han. Thl eatlee tract (a pete tKtrekf level, but testly '"'! treM which, If fou.i iniwwl'r, cM erly be uttlkeed tw Wri atlg this entire aewettn. Prke far a thert time enly, $18 per aere. 44 1M acre Ifi the fa Pee vV, three mile free l4e w4g. The land hM been aapee' turned ft tha MHr It leeel. aKl 1M r4' la Meal. There 14 aet arietta wM n t 1 preaMon that ! think tha prcaent- mn- clilan In dm I defective. It U my opinion (tint oar latest type of bl plane I artsirt ft ood n nny rrAft will bo for tunny year to come. It. r. -u. ti e ft m flic kM power Ihiiii any imft In . r? """ TTT T ,7, txlt(nn It I Htron and durable. M MM MNTnf OmmfMHt Wmi, and I .(ptlWo of nlmoal pi.ffenl ttityiU fyftm control. When witnt of the thin J, t, f ' J have dltcovcred hero nre Incorpornt- Iw0tjf M ft lwf mwayt Wfff, ed In tho craft, t don't think It will jfe IttW M WtH M mt rMk eally brt iHrped. ' til, jyi nm "J do think Hint the futurn of the V c P ' ' J,.' ncroplnno depend to certain extent W'j' O. O. .. H 99 nfCCCMrMM upon tha fularo of tho tti.r. S'ot thatl ciffM Pim, it that it I vant to ray that tho preeiil mor ,f j twxi ,tM I lacklnc In nny nerlou manner 1 1 wii-guwiit. mum vmim mp mtnem thlnk the motor of thn preent I Jnt MR Mfl mgUlnt WWWgfM tMNK n n perfect a the liumnii machine. rraaltWif aL A-aju JL I do bellovo that with iinturnl cvolu , JL ri;ww tlon. motor will bn made to deliver . ikt gremm t H rtmtM ... - - .. ...... 1... ...,. mi...' L . f J I fa .... i.iv.n bvit uiiu nn. w.t nu.. -i mors compactly. Thcrn ore many frnturea of the motor thnt will be rrllned. "C'onoernlnK the automatic liabil ity devtic which ha been o over eihphaxlxrd In tho pre, I enn only uy that we rcxnrd It 0 iulnMlary .. 1. 1 .. I . ... f .... t U. Ictlly balanced now. It can't turn turtln ir properly nrraiiRCd. The pn diilum O'vico and thn nlteron ion- trlvance. operated by comprewed air,.""" ,9ty m Temtty, It nrn old Idea which wo hat no pur fa mm MeW MfdeflM ithkh IMfY por of trvltiK out here. ' L. J uL , ti ,, . , . . wr- n 1 1 u r itww c n c t , pre Tho devlco we wanted to try n . jTY , up out of nny material In IV minute. t'.. ...Ill .... I) n. llnulnn." I NOHOltV Hl'AMHli. KhliM-y Trouble Atte.ck AlbuijueritHO . Mrh ami Women, tHil ami Young Kidney lit etlne young and old. Como quickly with Utile wamlnlf, Children vuffor In their yetim early Can't control tho kidney ecre tlon. Olrlt arc lanRuld, ntrvout, tuffcr naln. Women worry, can't do dally wortf. Men hav lame nnd aching back. The cure for man, woman or child I tn cure tho cauno tho kidney. ' t)onn' Kidney rill are for tick kidney Have broutht relief to Albuquerque people. Albuquerque testimony prove It. u j p iii'UM.uiii 1 1 can vouch for Donn'n Kidney rillstj a heartily now a when I publicly, recommended thtm over two ynri nifo. Kinco then I havo odvUcd other! peron to try them and I know from report tnnt tncy navft ncteu vaiiiiac torlly. In January 1907, I mI4 In a public statement that tha contents of three boxen had cured ma of pain In thn back thnt had clunx to mo for n long time, I can now add that I havo no recurrence of my ld trouble." rr , MfalJ Vni' Foiter-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Now vv .nu ur.i. rnF ih. itni.r,i Ktttes. . n: ' Hemember the and takt no other. Deputy Murh.l Col. left thin merhlng for thihta V4 on official hiiineit, farm, flawing 1301 gallxn per islnute; abtiit too acre In cut tlvatln, 39 acre n ulfalfa; bal ..Hi " ..u .'.! ioe.S2..5??M .'Ma'M ance could -plow. Price cuth, balance, term to ault pur clnnwr. On the outh line I a clear etream or never-falling wa ter well stocked vflth flth. Thl I all eecand bottom land utid there I no better fruit r al falfa land to be had anywhere. 4 57 1 acre. 3-4 inllo from the oily limit of Hwiwll and U mil from Herendo tatlen. Thl tract ' 1 all connected and ha tlx of tha .i- . .... ...... ... ltnM valley. Adjoining la I nelllng nt $150 tier acre. 'Would be ne. for Mlllng In tmall tract. Price ir"' "I" , , 48 32,000 acre farming, gruing and! timber land. It has been. eslli muted that about ten thousand, acre of this tra.ct l ,vallabte for farming) about IS mMlln feet f tlne timber. All ever the, tract U n heavy growth of r, living water and ft ahllng station. Klgett on the eele nt the property good wagon rd have been built nt considerable expense add cover the tract thoroughly in alt dlreo-: tlon. Also several good build I Inw. Thl would be nn Ideal Place for fnimlng and stock rait ing combined. Price per aere, tS.QO. 47 Ht.COO acre In Old Mexico, 33 mile from I. 8. boundary nnd port of entry. Clood manufacturing toWnt good demand for lumber, prices bring hlieher for this pro duct that In My ether part of the country. Thin tract hat ben gone over thoroughly by three expert cruleera and they report that two hundred ami ttfty mil lon feet of first elM In lum ber can be cut from thk pr erty. It ale hw the arvanta of cheap labor ant, la seM to he easy of ac. Price fer acre, :.;, Our cti tract for teilin; these Hfejt 4fe free tmie t time; there are t t prter sle, withr4 IrtHst Hrt. f cHH In lH-k. at f tts, H4Mt neeiee. U yaei ktv 1144 er w to 1 oi He4 mmH il I Hr ceMt, nek u t uH yem stewrWie wm9a& aVVsa rVH dtVjtn9 K4a' may fun MMilWV i vulIf 1 nmwLLrr 15 ReTK HHX mrMMf 9ch tcltlttific JHMrfrM, M t I Mrrmer tnr pketi mm the mt- tm. 1), S. S. h num entirely 9t Mi! j j ... I KM at pmrikU f Mmtg mfKlW 9t . . compoRlHoii, and vou cm take it insured Hint it will cure y nt and nt "e same itmo Dtilld up youmyBtctn. H. H. vS. cures DcrtunncHtly nnd tier fectly, removing every symptom of the trouhle by nature 'h true way re Hioviiiif the inward cause. S. S. S. ia sold at draff ntorea. llone Treatment uvos irec o nil TIKSWtFT SPECIFIC CO., AtbM: Cm. UATION LAW EEDS CHANGE AN OLD MEM i0J . "rom.!;.SRtor Borah of Uaho Would Alcviftte Hardskips Suffered by Homesteaders by Grant ing Titles Upon Residence Basis Only. Spokane, Vuh., Nov. 7. -Clmtise in the federal land and reclumittion law, which wilt affect tho ciiMre western country, aro proposed by t',"t', antler W. IIOMh of ,, .. , u..i.i. lnho, who I In Hpokane on tho way ... . I n,l 1 1 Hth... It. ..'Ill IK. "ver an addreiw at tho nedlcnllon of (KJllHUlllir, nn ..... I the Uncoln hometcad a a mitlonul 'I park on Novembtr 9. He will Intro- l" V. ,h" J ducn two bill at tho next CMlon of lteiluclns tho homvMcitd rctldenca rrnulrement from Hvi year, a nt prenent. to three year, and (living wttler In reclamation pro Joel titles to tho und a onn ua they huvo fulfilled the residence re (lulrement. InMcad of watting until water right have been paid In full. "Adjustment of tho land low to enable development without an op portunlty for monopoly seem to me to oe tho mott Importnnt legislation for thn wet tlum cun be enacted nt the coming xeatlon of ongre," Ken n,or ,"r!,,1 ,n "xt'O'lnK the plan. 1 " lh homcM'Uil lW .hotild - "" 1'vhle u three year' residence WMcad of tH- present law no title can bo Issued until the water rlaht huve been paid for In full. "The result 1 thut tli - development of the country ha Wn retarded and lu many instnucc tn- veftlers Have uffcred nioro or lee hnrdhlp. Thl U ipeclully noticeable In aouthern Idaho nnd I think It uppllvKcnernlly arid illntrlct nt tho west. Pl'llUHMIIJI HIIIBI UQ Ul'.iw fll.W li Homethlrig must be di'no nnd I .think "i-'' " ' INDIANS HOLD RITXS F0& THEIR DEAD ,m r V I'liitinlalM Kvcri dill, Wlii-n Si-r- hfM nr Hcvi'Aoiil rn IU'ih'HK'iI, Ihiiinliiy, Nov. Tim Illuming Indliui on Ijint Huliiriluy evening hi-hf their nnnunt miiuorlnl service j for their tu-iid. Tii' lio hml pus d nway ilurlng tli. last j'jrar were thus rcmombertil. Ti erv)ce I" re llgloua tn ii nutuie .nd, to the In dian, I t'crv sertiius nffiilr. The place of service was tlio rrservntlmi canyon, wiioro n temimniry structure had been erected for tho service. Here the linnnlng Indian nnd mem ber of neighboring in..es were gath ered In the night nr"Uid ii fire, und their duii n they saw it und a their fore fathers hud sc n i wan done to those Wio hud gone i the spirit land Formed In rings. Hn Indian cir cled nnd swayed to unit fro. the whole night through, m thl strang dnnco for the dcud leader of th trlbv, by phfentlng toi.t thtf story or thu creation. Tribe a'ter trlbn took their places In th. line, chanting their own udrd trr.ai sang, for the ikd. Their endurnn. e I marvelous. and one old woman is said to have tl.nu-ed nnd chanted for five hour without testing, At dawn the ehunling cee nnd tno forme of the dead are burned In effigy. Tl.l I done v catting slotn foils Into thn fire, one doll for e.iot human hetdy. Thi reason for burning the do"i Is m serrei villi the Indians, hut It I powelblci they are nn'iators of tn Ywwa iMlhin In tins respect. The Turn Indiana nctualU cremate the ktxll of their (lend, having fallowed the ctrtrtfrm for centuries. Thn Nan m IsteHan bury their dead, and mwh Htem only by preiene. th bowels when lliey fall ea MrM'a srogerly. IIF.UB1NM 1 an lralt bowel reguittor. t H help Mm liver m4 Momach and fer a 9m fe4tfkg of atrength nnd ktenyaHoy- NEW MEXICO WILL SEND STATE TRAIN IB GONG Big Advertisement Is Expect e4 te Result Prom Speeial Flyer to the National Irri gation Conventien for This Section, Chicago. 111.. Nu. 7. State delvga lion to the National Irrigation con grea at Chlcugo Uccembr :! next nr coming on c'pocla! train from the west, north nnd outn. Tlio mott elnbornte plan nt present ore those of the New Mexico delegation. Colour) W. 8. Hopewell write to the cmgreM hendiiuarter here from Albuquerque. N. M . that n special train hn bten nrrnfiged for, to bf called tho New Klntr train, which will enry delegate to the National Irri gation congri-K to the number uf two or three hundred Till trutn will I'uv.. New Mnx-co Jli time to visit N'en York nnd Washing ton nnd reftWu to ciilengo in Hmo for the Irrlgutinn eonxres and tho land show hi-re. nfter which tho pnriy.wlll dl.itmnd and the member return home a they prefer (loiiKi . .)'' HI write: "Thn New Hint- train cirry ImunerM eildor- lug tin- National Irrlgutlon congres und w- btl-ve It will bn of grent ben eflt to the IrrlKutlon congres. the new slut.- of Nnn Mexico und tho de velopment of in west." Nebriiskii is another stnto which wltl send a iviul ililecatlon. Htnto lin- glnerr li. I). Price wrlle to the Irrl nation enngri-s from Lincoln, Nebraa ku: The Ni-hrnsku Ktntn Irrlgntlorf arsoelation niCM lu llrlrtgtport ofi Ndvi mber II und 13, nt which time It 1 to plan to nroilse considerable cn Ihuslnsm to secure u largo delegation lo the national convention In Chlcngo, W't nre looking forward to a very tac erssful stuto mrotlng nnd ulto to bringing a lares; delegation to the na lloimt cnnveiillon. It hn been (ilnnn- ed to charier one or more Pullmans from the tat- of Nebraska to rhlcaKo nnd return. In thl nay wu -will bo nblo to keep our delegation moro to gether and thus obtain better results." Hneclal dMegntlnn In ehartorod rnra will attend from nevernl other atnteit, atko nnd enthustastlo delegation aro expected from Artxnnn, tho home of II. A. Fowler, president of the con are: Washington, tho residence of It. Inslngrr, chairman of the board of envernort; Missouri, whero Fred TV l'temlnar, first vice president reside-, Montnna, tho home of I Newman, i.tcond vice president tColoradn, whero the third vlcn president. A. a. Watson Uvea; California, the home of fourth vice president Jno. Pnlrweather; Wy oming, thn residence of filth vice! president It. C, Iluffum, a welt a Idaho, Kansas. Nevada, North Dakntn, Kouth Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon. Texnx nnd IMah. The attention being paid thl year to drainage, liu Interested tho smith cm arid eastern state nnd large dele gation are rxprcted to represnt them. GEN. SICKLES REFUSED ADMISSION TO ORDEIl Uiyiil I.-kIiiii ll-mrlcd lo lluve ! clliicil to Admit Hero uf ticllyiburgi tirnrml Nut rieH-rtl. New York. Nov. . -Thut Oeneral Daniel H. Hlckles. the battle-scarred veteran of the Civil war, commander of the third corps at the buttle uf (letlyHburg, where he left n leg, had been blackballed by tho New York commandnry of the Loyal f.eglon a very select organisation of runner officer In tho I'nlon tinny In the t'lvll wnr becaino known tonlgh' (leneral Hlcklcs wn asked about the report thut he hud been blucH biillnl hy the l.oynl Legion. Ills re ply was: I know nothing whatever about It" Hut when he wits told that many of lili friend who had heard thut he had been denied membership In th l.oynl I.egluti hml denounced the ac tion n ulioii Irnge. hi said: "That'a whut everybody consider the ncllou thht litis ht-uril uliuut II." Thereby nnlntciitloimlly confirming the truth of the report. Hr wn miked If there hud evi-r been any crltjrlwii of the New York monument erected hy his commission un the (1etlyburg field. -Them Ihih never been anything but approbatloni" Uenernl ttlckle re plied "I wn on the most intimate terms with (leneral Hancock, whn comiuumleil the Hccund Corps nt Gettysburg and I put him Ail the New York monument, nnd I put Ueynold there, although neither nt them were from till stnto. I don't believe they will ever say unythlng about mo on a 1'rnns) Ivnnla stnte monument '' (Iciicrul Sickle milled-. I might have hud 500 mun in the Loyal I.c- gm who wcro tn my fator. hut If there wern five who were willing to drop In black ball that would pre vent nn getting In." "I do not believe there Is any other medicine so good for whooping cough n Chamberlain' Couh Item crfv." write Mr. Francl Turpln. Junction City. Ore. Thl remedy I also unsurpuMca tor coms unu croup W aate by all druggist. 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