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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1002.
ihtbest tajTvily laxative-
It is pure.
It Is gehtle.
It is pleasant.
It is efficacious.
It is not expensive.
It is good for children.
It is excellent for ladies.
It is convenient for business men
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.
It is used by millions of families the world over.
It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians.
If you use it you have the best laxative the world
MICKEY SELECTS HIS AIDES
A. B. Allen, a Tecumseh Newspaper Man,
to Be Hit Pritate Secretory.
SON OF THE GOVERNOR IS CHIEF CLERK
Attorney General Front Fllea Brief
In gapnort of Const Nationality
of the Oleomargarine
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nor. 26. (Special.) OoTernor
Wicker' private secretary will not be his :
on. It Is stated that Mr. Mickey had de
cided upon this appointment some weeks
ago, but so much criticism was showered
upon htm and the charge of nepotism re
peated at every turn that the republican
committee took the matter up and used
Its Influence to secure a change of heart
Late last night, after a long conference
with officials of the committee, Mr. Mickey
was Induced to recant. He would agree
to do so In part only, and Insisted that his
on should be a member of his executive
staff. As Anally announced the appoint
A. B. Allen of Tecumseh, private secre
E. F. Mickey of Sprlngvlew, chief clerk.
C C' Husted xt Syracuse, -recorder, f ,
Miss Grace Walker of Plattsmeu.th, sten
ographer. ' .
Mr. Allen Is the present secretary of the
tate committee, and Miss Walker has been
his stenographer. Mr. Mickey is a son of
the governor and Mr. Husted Is the present
chief clerk. Both Allen and Husted are
newspsper men, the former being at pres
ent one of the proprietors of the Tecumseh
Chleftlan. Young Mickey is the third sou
f the governor.
The reason urged by the governor for
naming hla son as his private secretary
was thst he wanted as his confidential man
semeone whom he knew and could there
fore the more thoroughly rely upon. It Is
understood that while Mr. Allen will have
the title of private secretary, he will per
form only a portion of the duties of the
office, the chief clerk acting In purely
advisory and more confidential matters.
The arrangement will probably be similar
to that under Governor Savage, whose real
private secretary most of the time baa been
bis recorder, J. C. F. McKesson, although
at times the governor has wavered between
McKesson and Clancey, sometimes taking
Into his Innermost conSdence, first one and
then the other.
Oleo Caso In Supreme Conrt.
Attorney General Prout has filed his
brief and argument In the case of the state
against Benjamin and George Beha, who op
erate a meat market In this city, who were
several months since fined $26 and costs
each tor selling colored oleomargarine. The
fine waa administered by Judge Cornish In
district court upon stipulated facta, no ef
fort being made by the accused to deny the
charge. In taking the case to the supreme
court on error the defendants rely upon
the claim that the law Is unconstitutional.
The stats rests Its case upon the law of 1895
teflnlng Imitation butter, prohibiting Its be
ing colored In semblance of genuine butter,
regulating Its manufacture, shipment and
ale and protecting tha consumers at the
The Information chargea a violation of
action t of this act. The offense charged Is
tot the unlawful sale of Imitation butter.
We ire very
proud of the
fact that doc
tors so gener
There are two
we send the
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upon request; V
" Thmt't nil
sees for himself thst the medicine is sll we claim for it.
We make no extravagant claims. We raise no false hopes.
. Sixty years of experience make us believe that this is the
best medicine in the world for colds, coughs, croup, bron
chitis, and all other throat and lung troubles. And the doctors
agree with us. tsnesuui Uc. wu. itt. j.craca,uu.k.
but the unlawful sale and possession of Im
itation butter unlawfully colored. It Is the
contention of counsel for the accused that
the legislature Is without power to declare
the sale and possession of colored Imitation
butter an offense and relies upon the sweep
ing declaration that the law violates the
fundamental principles of a free and Just
In bis brief the attorney general contends
that the law Is a valid exercise of the police
powers of the state, and that under the po
lice power of the sovereign not only the
morals and health of the public may be
protected by legislation, but the public may
be protected against fraud and deception
and the sale of all things prohibited which
may or might deceive the consumer. Un
der the law as It stands today In Nebraska
oleomargarine, a substitute for butter, may
be sold lawfully, provided It Is labeled or
stsmped aa auch and Is pure oleomargarine.
The label or stamp la sufficient Informa
tion to the purchaser to protect him; he la
Informed of what he buya. But the con
sumer, the person who sits at the table,
Is not protected or warned by the stamp;
the substitute for butter is set before him
and the label la not served at the table
with the article. By the title of this not
It will be observed that It Is for the pro
tection of the consumer at the table. The
only way he has of ascertaining the true
character of the food In question la by Us
color, pure oleomargarine being of a white
and better naturally of a yellow color. If
colored yellow, oleomargarine is said to be
Indistinguishable from butter, except by an
expert. The full purpose of the law Is to
prevent the deception of both the purchaser
and the consumer. The label protects the
former, the color the latter., But the au
thorities with great unanimity sustain stat
utes Identical in substance with the Ne
braska law, on the broad ground that the
public la entitled to protection against de
ception and fraud which may arise from the
coloring of oleomargarine, even though the
article be stamped.
Ferrar Picks' Hla Sent. V
Henry S. Ferrar, representative-elect
from Hall county, was at the state house
today selecting bis seat tor the coming ses
sion. Incidentally It Is stated that he made
a most excellent Impression around the
capltol, and It la predicted that he will be
one of the strong men In the bouse during
the coming session. Mr. Ferrar'a election
was the outcome of a strong fight which
attracted considerable attention in Its pre
liminary stage. He Is manager of the
Grand Island beet augar factory of the
American Beet Sugar company, and after
he had been nominated aa a representative
of the American beet sugar Interests the
convention which had nominated him
adopted a platform highly commending the
Cuban reciprocity policy of President
Roosevelt. This apparently contradictory
or Incompatible condition of affairs created
considerable tension and an effort wis made
after the convention to cause Ferrar to
withdraw, but he clung to hla guns and
came out victoriously.
The Ancient Order of United Workmen
Temple association of South Omaha has
filed articles of Incorporation with an au
thorised capital of $35,000. Its declared
purpose Is the erection of a fraternity tem
ple in South Omaha and Ita Incorporators
are C. W. Miller, M. A. Martin, J. J. Markey,
B. E. Wilcox. J. F. Scnults. C. M. Rich, G.
H. Brewer, August Miller, F. A- Cressey,
A. L. Bergqutst and John Kennedy.
The protests made for some time past
against Insurance ratea on business prop
erties la Omaha haa resulted In the organ
isation of the State Insurance Company of
Nebraska, which has filed articles of incor.
right. jtm on p-tota U to km,
Its component parts are all wholesome.
It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects.
It is wholly free from objectionable substances.
It contains the laxative principles of plants.
It contains the carminative principles of plants.
It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are
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All are delicately blended.
All are skillfully and scientifically compounded.
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porators are James E. Boyd, John C. Cowln,
A. J. Love, J. J. Dickey, Luther Drake. E.
A. Cudahy, E. W. Dixon, Frank Colpetzer,
F. P. Kirkendall, O. L Hammer, E. E.
Howell, W. M. Glass, E. E. Bruce, Edgar
Allen. M. C. Peters. W. J. C. Kenyon, Wil
liam Krug and E. V. Lewis.
The Kansas Union Life Insurance com
pany of Topeka haa been authorized to
carry on business in this state by the in
surance department of the auditor's office.
Its paid up capital is given at $100,000.
First of Bonds Arrive.
State Treasurer Steufer received today
the first Installment of the $300,000 pur
chase of Massachusetts state bonds.
amounting to $17,000. Another batch will
be received next Friday and It Is proposed
to receive them In small amounts until the
full sum of $300,000 has been received, pay
ments therefor being made aa fast aa means
to purchsse them accumulates In the per
manent school fund. It Is believed that by
the first of the year $200,000 of the bonds
ml have been received and paid for.
Alexander Schlegel, draftsman In the
office of the land commissioner, expects to
leave next Saturday to take up the duties
of hla position at Boise City, Idaho, as chief
clerk In the office of the surveyor general.
His prospective departure waa recognized
today by his associates In the land commis
sioner's office in the presentation to him of
a coatly and handsome watchguard as a
testimonial of their esteem.
Throws Ont Paving; Material. (
City Engineer Campen this morning re
jected aa unsuitable the eight or ten car
loads of rock asphalt now on hand in the
company's yards because it does not con
tain the amount of bitumen, or binding,
that the contract calls for. The rock asphalt
people knocked the Barber company out of
ita monopoly of Lincoln paving tbla sum
mer and got three good contracts. Objec
tions were made to the quality of the ma
terial down on O street and the chemist
who analyzed It reported that it waa not up
to contract specifications Insofar aa the
quantity of bitumen waa concerned. The
company la about to lay paving on C atreet
and N atreet and it waa to prevent this
being put down that the city engineer took
action today. The contract calls for 8 per
cent of bitumen. The samplea assayed but
7 per cent. The contractor Insisted that
the city examine it before being put down
and his request wss complied with. It will
be necesssry to mix other asphalt with the
material if It Is available.
Ask for Advancement.
A request Is made of the aupreme court
that it advance for a apeedy hearing sev
eral cases from Thurston county which In
volve tbe nature of the tenure by which the
Omaha Indiana hold their landa under tbe
allotment of 1882. The questions arise over
the decease of former allottees and the en
deavor of widows to take possession under
the state decedent law, which givea the
widow a life Interest In the property. All
of the facts in the cases have been atipu
lated, and only one attorney, Hiram Chase,
who Is an Indian, appeara In the cases.
There are 100 or more cases awaiting tbe
aettlement of these three.
CRIMINAL CASES IN .CHERRY
Man Aeqnltted of Horse Stealing;, ont
Gai to Penitentiary for Cnttlo
VALENTINE, Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.)
The regular November term of the diatrlct
court for Cherry county convened hers on
the 17th Inst, with Judge J. J. Harrington
of O'Neill presiding. The docket Is un
usually heavy and tbe term will laat for a
week or more yet. The docket contains
eleven criminal and thirty civil cases. The
first week of the term wss occupied In try
ing the cases of George Van Buren and El
mer J. McLaughlin, who were charged with
horse stealing, and Joseph Flnchcr, charged
with an assault upon one Decker with In
tent to kill. Tbe defendants Van Buren and
McLaughlin were found not guilty and
Flncher waa found guilty of assault and
battery and fined $100 and costs. In tbe
case of Vsn Buren and McLaughlin, who
were Jointly charged with horse stesling,
they ssked tor and were granted separate
trials. Van Buren waa tried first and ac
quitted, and then hla co-defendent was put
upon trial aud Van Buren, who had been
found not guilty, went upon tbe stand and
swore that be stole the horse, and the Jury,
after being out several hours, found Mc
Laughlin not gu!lty This Is the second trial
for these defendants. . The first trlsl they
ware found guilty and sentenced to a term
of seven years In ths penitentiary, but tbelr
case waa appealed and the case waa re
versed oa a technicality. At the time they
wsre arrested Van Bursa had been found
guilty of cattle ateallng at a prior term of
court and waa out on bonds. In the mean
time the easa waa affirmed by the aupreme
court, so that he will be taken to tbe peni
tentiary now to serve out h'.a term of four
years. He is a young man and a stepson of
Tha court is now engaged In the trial of
Thomas J. Nelson and John Junod and
Harry Junod, who srs Jointly charged with
ateallng about 1,000 pounds of wire from a
large stockman named David A. Hancock.
These cases will be followed by ths case
wherein John Green la charged with the
murder of William Btover at Merriman on
September IS ot tbla vent. William Stover
was a prominent "squawman" and was well
known In the vicinity of Merriman. The
defendant la a hotel keeper at Merriman. A
great number of witnesses have been sub
poenaed and the outcome, of the case will
be watched with Interest by the friends of
SPECTACLE DEALER IS SHORT
Says He Smoked n Clararette, Slept and
Woke Up to Find Mosey
TORK, Neb., Nov. 26. (Special.) The
case of Frank Price against Alice Hawn waa
called yesterday and an adjournment taken.
Price halls from Havelock, Neb., and Is a
dealer In spectacles, selling his goods from
house to house. He saya that he baa had
many experiences, but the deal he got into
in York wss a new one and that he is loser
ot over $70 in cash. He tells that he went
to the houso of Alice Hawn and that while
there he smoked a cigarette in which there
must have been opium or some other sooth
ing narcotic, aa that ia the last he knew
until he awakened and found that a little
over $70 In cash that he had hid away In
his inside pocket waa missing. Price at
once filed complaint against Alice Hawn,
uelng for $70, which he claims to have
missed while at her house .Alice Hawn is
worth considerable money, owning a good
York county farm, haa the reputation of
promptly paying her accounts and never be
fore during her residence a, York has there
ever been any complaint ef thla kind filed
Her attorney claims that, knowing Alice
Hawn to be worth some money, It may be
a scheme to- hold her up tor this amount.
HOLDS THE COMPANY LIABLE
Conrt Refuses to Restrain Collection
of Railroad Tsui In Colfax
SCHUYLER. Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.)
At the time for payment of 1901 taxes
In February, 1902, the Union Pacific tax
agent declined to pay the taxea In full as
shown by the 1901 tax books to be due.
protesting against the payment of $91,
which was the amount of three mills more
on the assessed valuation than he claimed
waa legal. The local levy waa 28 mills,
Including general purpose and bond levies,
but the railway company claimed that
25 mills as the legal limit. Tender waa
made ot the taxes, less the $91 In dispute,
but tbe treasurer refused it. Later, the
railway company paid the taxea. less the
$91, taking receipt tor partial payment.
It then secured a temporary Injunction to
restrain Colfax county from collecting the
amount raised on 3 mills, $91. Judge Hoi
lenbeck haa Juit rendered a decision, and
haa refused to make the temporary injunc
tion permanent. Tha matter waa carried
Into tha higher court.
Prospecting; for Electric) Lino.
ASHLAND, Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.)
Hon. H. H. Wilson of Lincoln and E. C.
Hurd of Akron, O., addressed a meeting of
about 150 Ashland business men and prop
erty owners relative to the new Inter
urban electric railway from Omaha to
Lincoln. Speeches were made by F. H
Chlckerlng, W. N. Becker. Jr., J. A. Reece,
L. K. Bell and others, all In favor of the
proposed line. It waa atated that the
route had not been made out yet, but the
meeting waa almply to ascertain the feeling
of Ashlsnd people on the proposition, aa
the company of capitalists behind It did
not want to force tbelr way through ter
rltory hostile to the enterprise. At the
close ot the meeting a resolution stating
that it la the aenae of Aahland people that
the proposed line would be beneficial to
local Interests, which waa adopted without
dissent. W. D. Ball and R. H. Baldwin
of Chicago, with a force ot men, arrived
here Monday night on a preliminary sur
vey of the proposed route.
Finds Brother Dead In Road.
ASHLAND. Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.)
Additional detalla have Just reached here
of the murder of Frederick Larimore, aged
22 years, a former resident of thla vt
einity, but who has made hla home with
hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Larl
more, at- Plalnvllle, 111., for ths last four
years. While Larlmore's brother Clarence
waa returning home at night from Plain,
villa and near the family home he stum
bled over a heavy obstruction In the dark,
which proved to be the body of Fred, with
a bullet hole Id hia heart and cold In death.
No trace was obtainable of the aasaasln.
but Millard F. Leser, a resident ot that
vicinity waa arrested, but at the prelim
inary hearing before Justice Morehead of
Adama county, Illinois, Lester waa dis
charged. New Light riwnt tor Xehnwkax.
NEHAWKA, Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.)
Sheldon ft Sturm broke ground yeater
day for a 11,000 aeetyllne gas plant. Work
will be puahed with the utmost energy,
so thst the business part of ths town
may be lighted before cold weather seta
In. All business houses, ths '.burettes, halls
and moat private houses will take the
lights. The gss will also bs used for
cooking and several atovea bare been or
dered. The new kind of General Arthur cigars
all! pleaae you It you car (or good cigars.
1 1 ill I 13 I -VI
AMERICA ACCEPTS TUTUlLA
President Hanks Eamoaoi for Loyal Offer
SENDS CHIEFS CONGRATULATORY GIFTS
Promises to Respect Ancient Rlarhta
and Hopes Pence, Happiness and
Prosperity Will Follow Vntted
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. In consequence
of the voluntary act of loyalty on the part
of the people of Tutuila, In ceding to the
United States the sovereign rights of that
and other Islands, President Roosevelt has
sent them a meassge of greeting, and In
addition haa presented each chief who
signed the Instrument with a silver watch
and chain and a silver medal.
Tbe president's greeting, which was aent
to each chief. Is as follows:
Greeting: Whereas. The chiefs and peo
ple of the Ifrianils of Tutuila, Aunuu and
neighboring umall islands have of their own
free will and pleasure, for the promotion
of the peace and welfare of the people of
said island , for the establishment of a
good and sound government, and for the
preservation of the rights and property of
the Inhabitants of said Islands, solicited of
the United States of America Its super
vision and protection: and.
Whereas. This desire has Been expressed
by the hereditary representatives of the
people of said Islands In a declaration 'dated
the 17th day of April, A. 1. lflOO, executed
according to Samoan custom, and pledging
allegiance to the government of the United
8tates of America,
Therefore. I, Theodore Roosevelt, presi
dent iof the United States of America, do
hereby express to the chiefs and people of
said islands the gratification of the gov
ernment and people of the United States In
receiving from the chiefs and people of the
said Islands thla token of thflr friendship
and their confidence in the Just and friendly
Intentions of the United States. The local
rights and privileges contained In said
declaration will be respected and It Is our
earnest hope that peace, happiness and
prosperity may make their permanent abode
with the good people of these Islands.
White House, Washington, July the twenty-first,
In the year of Our Lord one thou
sand nine hundred and two.
By the president:
JOHN HAY. Secretary of State.
BADLY HURTJN A RUNAWAY
Occupants ot Carriage Are Thrown
Ont and One of the Horses
Killed In Accident.
LOUISVILLE, Neb., Nov. 26. (Special.)
As E. H. Patterson, a teacher, and
James Terryberry were driving In the coun
try behind a spirited team. It took fright,
Just as they reached the brow ot a ateep
hill and dashed down In a frenzied man
ner to tbe bottom, bringing up In' a grove
of treea, with huch terrific force that one
animal was instantly killed and the other
Both men were thrown to the ground.
Mr. Terryberry suffered a dislocation of
the collarbone and was generally bruised
up. Mr. Patterson was taken up for dead
and remained unconscious for several
Dr. Worthman was summoned and on
examination found that the Injuries re
ceived were not as serious ss appearances
Indicated. Their speedy recovery Is as
Drops Dead In the Rond.
NELSON. Neb., Nov. 26. (Special.) The
funeral ot Geary Lee, an old soldier of the
civil war, occurred here today. Lee en
listed In Brady's Independent company of
sharpshooters at Kalamazoo, Mich., in Oc
tober, 1861.' On the 28th ot the same month
the company waa attached to the Sixteenth
regiment, Michigan volunteer Infantry,
where he served until December 28, 1865.
He came to Nelson a dozen years ago and
on May 7, 1899, was married to Myrtle Rob
ertson of this place. On Monday he went
into tbe timber to cut wood, aa has been
hla custom for aeveral daya past. At sup
per time he. failed to come home, when the
wife became uneasy and a messenger was
aent after htm. He waa found dead Just
outside the timber, the Indications being
that he had started "home and gone perhaps
100 yards whea he fell dead. The coroner'a
Jury concluded that death was the result of
Aeensed Man Not Guilty.
WOOD RIVER, Neb., Nov. 26. (Special.)
The trial of George Durham at Poca
tello, Ida., charged with the murder of
John Donaldson of thla city, ended yester
day in the acquittal ot the defendant. The
evidence waa purely circumstantial and In
the minds of tbe Jury waa not sufficient to
fix ths crime on Durham. Mr. Donatdaon
waa murdered while prospecting on the
Indian reservation near Pocatello laat June.
Lsssdry at Norfolk Damaged,
NORFOLK. Neb., Nov.,26. (Special Tele
gram.) Fire 'in the ateam laundry of D.
Craven laat night damaged the building to
the extent ot $600 or 1 700.
The fire originated in one corner ot the
engine room, remote from any chance of
Ignition from the fire under the boiler. It
waa discovered In time to save the building
from entire logs.
Farmer la Declared Insane.
OSCEOLA, Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.) Ira
Kneer, one of the prominent farmera and
old aettlera of Hackberry precinct, waa
brought before the Polk County Board of
Insanity yeaterday, having threatened to
kill his family and himself. Sheriff Hart
man waa ordered to take him to tbe in
sane asylum at Lincoln.
Oakdale lias Gas Llshts.
OAKDALE, Neb.. Nov. 26. (Special.) An
acetylene gaa plant haa Just been Installed
here. About 7,000 feet of malna have been
laid ao far. Owing to the delay In getting
metera and fixtures only a few lights are as
yet In use.
Cold Stoma; Plant at Memphis.
MEMPHIS. Neb., Nov. 26. (Special.)
Armour ft Co. will begin the erection of a
cold atorage house to be used In conjunc
tion with its icehouse at this place. The
building will be 300x604 feet In aize.
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naa nuie iaun in it. nut i soon Decaxne convinced that 1 was not taking
an ordinary medicine, but something of extraordinary valne. At least it
seemed admirably suited to my case. My appetite soon returned and I
found restful sleep. My general health bepan to improve and I became
regular, suffering no pains bnt enjoying perfect health.
Eiperience and knowledge is most valuable and while sometimes se
cured at great expense and sacrifice it ia not easily forgotten. It ia this
rrsonal experience with your remedy which oiakes it ao valuable to me.
might listen to its praise from hundreds who have been cured and read
testimonials by tha score but it would not convince me like the use of one
single bottle did when 1 took it according to directions.
In the same wanner do I feel that if weak, nervous, hysterical women
suffering with the ilia that many of us suffer with would give your home
remedy a trial they would avoid much suffering and pain and many ope
rations. I feel very grateful for what your medicine has done for we and
can only say to those who are sick, I took Wine of Cardui and was cured.
Go thou and do likewise.
BLIB B LB BOH ,
Is your frUnd for tha reason that the ma
terials from which It Is made are absolutely
pure. Viany people who are subject to
weak back aid kidney troubles will drink
no other beer but lilue Ribbon. II builds
up the system IcaUad of Injuring ths kid
neys, and theae facta blalnly demonatrate
th puiiiy of Blue Kibboo beer. If you've
never Utsted our bear, better call us up and
have a Case delivered to your borne.
Breiting Co. Omaha. Phont gC(Tp
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(Swamp-Hoot Is pleasant to take.)
If you are already convinced that Swamp
Root la what you need you can purchase
the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size
bottles at the drug stores everywhere.
Don't mske any mistake, but remember the
name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, and the address, Blnhamton, N. T.,
on every bottle.
ample bottle of this wonderful ' remedy,
also a book telling all about 8wamp-Raot,
on thousands of testimonial letters received
health, in fact their very lives, to the
In writing to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Bingham-
erous offer In The Omaha Dally Bee.
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The letter from this cured girl shows -everv
mother and daughter how cr
fect health can be secured by taking
Wine of Cardui. That Wine of
Cardui cured Eva Olinstead is in
itself a guaranty that this successful
remedy will do the same for you.
This sincere grateful letter tells its
own (rtory of the cure that Wine of
Cajaiei effected in making a weak,
nervous girl strong and healthy and
nothing can be said to wake it
stronger. If vou want such an ex
perience take Wino of Cardui. Thia
great remedy ia needed at every
trying crisis in a woman's life. All
druggists sell 11.00 bottles of Wine
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