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THE OMAJIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1905.
MILE THROWN INTO SEWER
CtraflsoaUs by City Health Commissioner
tat Biac Too Warm.
nuct or kx still goes up
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WKATHEIt FORECAST Thnrday, Showers.
Styles of Silks
& Dress Goods
THE REU&BLK STRK
II 1 1
Ara riaalaa- l ecs.
4 t WllkMt Ttli Case.
ase mt Bt
How woald r Ma to bo tho milkmen,
or, mrt tho loaroaa?
A-eOn AOr tho orders of Health Com
mlaataar Connell, sanitary Inspector
Tnaadar clumped about ISO gallons of milk
aad IK sain Into tha sewers because tho
product woo bains; carried on wagons and
kex at milk depot at temperatures higher
thaaj M dggTMO. .
"Milkmen, Ilk Icemen, hare so long been
acrf rurd to Ignoring ordinances and
roa-alatWna promulgated by the cltr that
lieU attention was paid to the recant cir
cular mt warning Issued br tho health
efflo," aaid a cltr OfflclaL
doner Connell, however, meant
and Intended to make good his
deteOQtaatlon to enforce the delivery of
milk aad cream In good condition.
I Sanitary, Inspectors Wooidrldgs and
Ortmas were Instructed to examine every
milk waAJt and milk depot encountered
'aad toot too Umperatur of the milk with
'pedal thermometers. A few hours work
'proved that suspicions that the milk pur
; vsyot wTO Ignoring tha health office were
One mt the Bod Messes.
Inspector Wooidrldgs found a milk deft
04 tM Marta Sixteenth street, conducted by
. C. Campbell. In extremely dirty and foul
jeoodtttoa, smelling badly and too disagree.
ba aad repulsive for the officer's vo
cabulary properly to express. Forty-live
gallons of milk were found floating around
in watar In the Ire chest at a. temperature
of O degrees. AU of it was poured out In
On wsgon of H. P. Hanson six gallons
of milk were found at t degrees and do
etroyed; six gallons at 60 degrees on a
wagon run by R- Rasmussen, who had
neglected to procure a license; two gal
Ions at (3 degrees on a wagon owned by J.
Jacobson and twenty-nine gallons at 00
degrees on a milk wagon owned by N.
Matthews, all of which was turned Into
the sewer. '
Inspector Grimes confiscated, about sixty
gallons of overwarm milk and cream from
wagons operated by the Center Street
dairy. Nebraska dairy, Puritan dairy and
N. B. Nelson.
Ice still Goes Vp.
Milkmen make tho general complaint
that Ice Is so high they cannot afford to
buy It In this connection another raise
In the price of lea has been noted. Those
coupon book that sold for IS are now
sold for M and tha Indications are that
the Icemen, having escaped discovery In
their trust, will continue to advance tho
prices as they aee fit. It Is a fact, as
, developed upon Inquiry, that many people
are finding It necessary to stop buying
loe because they cannot afford to pay the
extortionate prices. They are making
many sacrifices to do .this and as the
health commissioner points out, are
Jeopardising health. These people are not
confined to the very poor, but In many
eases are home-owners and good wage
earners. The grocers and milkmen are
affected by this movement too, for small
quantities of provisions are ordered, where
the family keeps no lea to preserve them.
A general Improvement la milk on sals
was noted Wednesday morning when tha
Inspectors continued their Investigations.
Tha health commlsloner has changed tha
rule requiring condemned .products to ha.
poured Into tha sewers to having It colored
with analyns, carried by tha Inspectors.
This will discolor It so as to prevent human
consumption, but will not unfit It for tho
use of hogs and other stock. - ,
ALL GIRLS STAND TOGETHER
Entire Feeat Boardta Hon, Halts
Beeawse Oh'i Racial Prlda
1 la O Headed,
It did not 'come before tha people's bar,
but was Infinitely more harrowing, having
to do with tho. pangs of httnger and the de
mands of ,Jhe natural , .American appetite.
At 11:46 Tuesday morning the cooka. the
dl.ilngr room girls and the chambermaids
untied their aprons at Mrs. F. M. Blood
hart's fashionable boarding house, 2616 Far
Ham street, and declared a sympathetic
strike. The ,cook, was just pr paring a
savory dish, but she never got It as far as
the gas range. In brief, the whole force
donned Its' walking skirts and departed from
the usual place Of toil and perspiration.
The landlady telephoned as many of the
men boarders aa possible, explaining the
situation, and Ollle.Coneff, a nearby high
ball prescrtptlonlst, came nobly to the res
cue of the women rf the place with the
choicest morsels of a repast commercially
known as the free lunch, and thus matters
were helped some. By, dinner a new force
had been recruited and the boarding house
regained its reputation (or never falling
The genesis of tha walkout reposed in tha
assertion. tl JCflle Evans, head dining room
girl, that someone had announced to a CU'
lions public, (hat she was of African d.
mcmti, JPtfle 4s a blonde In everything that
word Implies and fiercely resented the Im
putation, Without" parley ahe rushed Into
tha kitchen declaring , that the landlady
had remarked, she was . a "nigger." This
was enough for the cooks and the sym
pathetic strike In full bloom end vigor waa
on the tapis three-fifteenths of a second
later: ' "
At nftoff Wednesday1 Mrs. Woodbart, who
is Jusfrecoverinr from an Illness, Issued a
Wlletlr to the effocr that the places of all
strikers tyid been filled satisfactorily and
that no further Interruptions in the cuisine
would be e ndured.
GUARDIAN FOR OLD HERMIT
Casta la a Will Ba . ..pointed far
aWa Weyaeld, Waa Kearly
.y ;,v. "r"'.
Afte listening to tho testimony o'f neigh
bors al hi own statement, Judge Leslie
baa decided., ta. appoint a guardian tor
Jaoow Waygold, ..tha old man found la a
stajwiag oaadltloav. under, his bad . soins
tiros ago by be police.. He roomed near
Tweatr-4ourih and Hickory st rests, and la
search, of his room money and bank
certificates repjreseating over 19,000 were
We? cole appeared In court In a neat
black suit, Hs made a lengthy' statement
to the Judge, In which he ald It waa tha
derU that put him under the bed. He aaid
bo waa bothered considerably with evil
Spirits aad had hard work getting away
trosa tbam. The neighbors testified he waa
vacs parolta r In ' his aotlons sad cloas n
bis dealings. A grocer said Weygold
would e,buy .Jcesh broad, but would
wait for It to ' become stale, as he could
gat It cheaper. He s a woman hater aud
refused to .bsvs , any woman about tha
Aa far aa be knows, ha has no relatives
la thai aooatry, but ho thinks hs has a
suter trrfog in Qermaay. though he baa
teat, teas tram bar Jar naanjr yeara.
Ladin Walking Skirts at 1
Ladies' and men's fine handkerchiefs of cotton and all
linen, many are initialed and some are mercerized. These
fine goods are manufacturers seconds but the little imper
fections could not be noticed positively worth up to fifty
cents each Thursday special, at, each
LADIES' TURNOVER COLLARS
These collars are all in new
patterns very dainty new ideas
worth as high as 20c
each see them In
. the window, at, -each
Big Doll Sale
A whole carload of Dells bought at auction, dress
ed dolls, kid body dolls, bisque dolls, cloth dolls, eto
At Great Bargains
PARR BOARD TOLD TO ACT
Ordered by Bealth Department to lemoTe
FAILURE TO ;' COMPLY MEANS ARREST
Dirnl lBSraTsseat Claa aaa Hesl.
tnti Dcsaaaa Rcmeral ' ef
Retasa . la fca' ' t
Tha Park beard at last Is to be made
to clean up and remove what Assistant
Health Commissioner Jensen descrlbss as
a "menace to life and health and a nucleus
for tbe spread of diseases," which has lang
existed at the southeast corner of Hanseom
park. The Dupont Improvement club and
resldenta complained to the park "commin-
sloners weeks ago that two lota were being
made a general garbage ground' for the
park, pointed out that several cases of
typhoid fever had developed in the neigh
borhood and asked relief. '
Ther alleged that vegetation to the depth
of several feet, manure and other refuse
bad been hauled upon the lota and allowed
to decompose there, all of which waa found
to be true by Dr. Jensen, who la unqualified
In his condemnation of the nuisance.
Park Superintendent Adams endeavored
to make light of the matter and the com
missioners promised to Investigate, but up
to date nothing has been done. Fln&lly
complaints were filed with the health de
partment and Commissioner Connell took
up the matter. Wednesday morning a no
tice was served on tha, board, requiring
It to remove tha nuisance within Ave days.
Failure to comply will mean arrest for the
park commissioners and an appearance in
tha police court.
PERKINS QUITS ROCK ISLAND
Hcael mt Freight Deaavrtaaeat la
Oataa Leaves to Go ta
Harry 8. Perkins, commercial- agent of
the Rock Island, hasrstgned bis position
to take affect September 1 and about that
date will go to Chicago to take charge
of his business Interests .in that alty. Mr.
Perkins has' been, with the Rock Island
as commercial agent 14 Omaha for sevesal
years and bis popularity among tha busi
ness men of the city has served his road
In good stead. Ills suooeesor ha. not been
appointed. While bearing tha title of com
mercial agent. Mr, Perkins has In reality
been the active head. of the Rock Island s
freight department )a Omaha, whose lot
sine tha recent boycott went Into effect
has not been an easy one. I It Is not known
whether the vacancy will be filled at pres
ent or not, owitig t' the decrease In the
road's freight trafoe 1 here because of tha
boycott levied by tha business Interests of
Omaha whsn the Rook Island Imposed Its
discriminating rata favoring Kansas City.
.. I '
HaaaeCaslac af ; Wllllasa . Jeaalage
The Chicago Great ..Western railway will
run a spsclsl train te' New Tork, leaving
Omaha 1:1s p. m.-. Friday. August Uth.
arriving at Chicago Ma. nv Saturday
and at Nsw York.' p. m. Sunday. Only
tmll for tha round trip from Omaha. Ask
H. H. Churchill. General Agent, 1U2 Far
nam St., Omaha, Neb., about It.
Mortality atattatlaa , '
The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Basra of Health dur
ing the tsrenty-four hours ending at noon
B irths-M ax , Piles. 130 Bsneroft. gtrl;
Bruos E. Brawn. Wis hospital, boy; Jo
seph Bredln. MS Patrick avenue, any;
Charles Hennln. MOl Pecatur. 'girl; Waller
C. Mattbewa. 14 North, Tnlrty-lifth street,
Deaths Mary Elisabeth. Ba!r ill South
Twenty-atxth. eV. Minerva C. Wyman, ftls
North Nineteenth, fc: Charles. Cberrett.
Cuunall Mluifa, a4: Inlsal sharker. UuS
iOhio. L. . . . v ,-r .....
Worth $3, $4 and $5.
Hundreds of up-to-date walking
skirts will be sold on our main
floor Thursday at exceptional
bargains. These skirts are made
of mohairs, Panamas, serges,
white Danish cloths, etc. The
styles include both circular and
pleated effects, self strapped
and button trim
med a splendid
tively worth $3,
$4 and $5, at
Ladles' Dainty Waist mt 69c These
waists are pretty embroidered panel
lace trimmed effect also the
popular and comfortable
Peter Pan Waists worth
up to $1.60, at
e - H 9
FANCY FOLD I NO FANS 100
new styles of folding fans Just
what you need these days
worth regularly up to
' twenty-five cents,
will go at.
A MONEY SAVING
OUR WOMEN CUSTOMERS
Hanan'a Patent Kid,' welt " f "ip
sole Oxfords, $5 , J
Hanan'a Kid Oxfords, l f
welt sole, $4.50. .
Foster's Patent Kid Oxfords, turn
and welt sole, ... r 7 c
at .... J
Foster's Kid Welt Ox'- .9 AA
fords, $4.00..; . . . .J.UU
Armstrong's Patent Colt V g
welt Oxfords, $4.00 '.a.UU
Armstrong's Welt Oxfords, ' t F
13.60 ;.;.;.,. Z.b 5
rive styles $ 3. OOOxfords. patent
colt and gun metal
Two lines $2.50 Oxfords,
turns and welts
Greatest Bargains Ever
100 pairs Women's tan lace
snoes, turns and welt, $4
and $5 values, at
All our Misses' and Child
ren s wblte canvas button
shoes, at. .......
I SEE US FOR SHOE BARGAINS.
DREXEL SHOE 00.
1419 Farnam St.
WILL take advantage of Nicoll's tempt
ing offer to Include so extra pair
of trousers with each suit order this
It's simply Nicoll's way of keeping a
large force of tailora and cutters busy
WILLIAM JERREMO' 80N8.
200-11 Bo. 15th Su
TO KEEP IK GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATU
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
4U Onetn a4 Dnngimt
SPECIAL IN HARDWARE
GENUINE IMPORTED STRANSKY WARE-
No. 18 Berlin Sauce Pans
Window Regular 78c value
While they last, each
LIMIT TWO TO A CUSTOMER.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
QUALITIES ARE ALWAYS CONSIDERED SPLENDID VALUES
AND QUICK SERVICE.
GOLDEN SANTOS COFFEE Pound
Ami Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
BASKET FIRED JAPAN TEA Pound
A r A TwAn f r flifiAn TroHno" Gia m na
XI UVs A vuvj VI I V It
PICKLINQ SPICE Whole Pound.
Ana len ureen ireamg duuupb.
GERMAN NOODLES Large Package
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES Bottle
Anil Ton flrf-en TrsHlnr Rtnmnn
BENNETT'S CAPITOL BAKING POWDER Pound Can .94C
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
NAVY BEANS 2SC
- Seren Pounds., "
RED CROSS CREAM Two Large Cans 9flP
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
SOHEPP'S COCOANUT Pound Package 95
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
BENNETT'S CAPITOL LEMON EXTRACT Bottle IBa
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps. . . AUV
ABERDEEN KIPPERED HERRING Can ' ?()(
And Ten Green Trading Stamps. uvv
PEANUT BUTTER Two Jars
And Ten Green
LAUNDRY QUEEN WASHING COMPOUND Three for OCj
And Ten Green Trading Stamps. . uO
ONE QUART BOTTLE BLOOD OF
And Thirty Green
CHICAGO 0 MEW YORK
' , AND RETURN
August 28th and 29th
Good to tturn until September 4th, inclusive. Apply to
l- - - - Local Ticket Agents, or
j. A. DQLAN, 555 Railroad Exchange, CHICAGO
rninrtAn nnRsensea some
fishing and hunting grounds on earth.
Its myriads of streams and lakes teem
with mountain trout and are the haunt
of millions of geese, ducks and other
VERY LOW RATES OF
c ftfl ln effect from 8ept 19 to 82, to
I U.UU Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo
17 Cfl to same points. -Tickets on sale
)lf.9U every day to Sept. 80th, 190.
'. CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1324 Farnam St. 'Phone
TOU WILL ENJOY TIIE UELltlOlB FKAGKAXCE OF A
ALWAYS THE SAME.
F. IU RICI.MKKCAN'TILECIUAn
HEW YORK CITY
Illinois Central Railroad
TICKETS ON SALE AUG. 24
RETURN LIMIT AUS. 31
Fast trains leave Omaha at 1:00 a.
m. and OU p. m., connecting in t-iu-cago
with U saatbound trains.
Tteketf and Information at
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
140 FARNAM CTRBIT, OMAMA
SIAUPS EVERT TIKE
As shown in Harney Street
t ihuiuq aj vaiu a-o. ssj
of the finest
ALWAVa XiiK lltbT.
CXJ Mauufactui-fr. ST. LOUIS.
SCHOOLS ASD COLLEGES.
The lelg (cast I el Musis sn Dramatis aX
TWENTY-FUST SE4SON. Slxty-fiYeemlDeot
inttractort. t"nurped course of study.
Teachers' Training Department. Diplomat sod
Teecbrr's CertlBcates. I'nrruaUJ Frm AJvan
Imta. Thirty tree scholarships swarded annually
to talented atudenia ni limited maans. fall term
begins bept 10, l'Jiio ataln ua siailae fra. '
JOHN J. HATTSTAEDT. President.
YOUR BOY'S FUTURE
Saawoaa larsalr aa Ike tralaiag s -ecstTsa bateaas
la asaa al Is .aa4 at. Naeaara caa sa
taller ualalos aa sraat suaalbtlUlaa el a.
sane tho at Iba U.AHaLI MiLITAatl'
ACAUUMV. IMxioaaiaui as ala aa4 Mi,
li I nun" 1 aa4 luillaua ai Ua aiaaiaiiiM aSWl
aaay. coatalata aaliasa prapaxalors aaiiul Uals
Its siUllar laaltca. lualraollea aa4 Slaaiailaa
Ikoaaush. tkausa aat aavara. AialMua. tare alt
aa4 assailant aaatuir anaaiitaaa Wnw far Cai.
lexee A. Kaaraay kUiUtarr AcKiatr,
60 pieces of Genuine Renfrew Table
Damask, boiled la oil colors, the best
colored table linen ever made; (or
two hours only (from J to 4 p. m.)
one pattern to customer,
t, a yard aOC
SO dozen Towels, regular 25c values,
a miscellaneous lot, will go A
at, each I""
Special Sale on White Bedspreads
91.43. $1.85. 91.10, CQ
8tV, 75c and saC
Worth Almost Double.
SEVERAL OTHER SPECIALS.
Omaha's Busiest Cloak Dept.
offers many bargain surprises Thursday a great shipment of new' garment
will' he placed on sale for the first time. ..... u (
A MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF WALKING 8KIRT8 -dltlded for
Thursday Into three great lots: s "
LOT 1 96.00 Walking
LOT 8 95.00 Walking
Newest styles, beet fabrics
Stylish patterns. In Pana
mas and Sicilians.
LADIES' ETON COATS.
$7.00 and 18.00 values. In silks and
other fine , materials; greatest bar
gains ever seen ln Omaha,
A manufacturer's surplus stock, worth
up to $2.60 each; newest f AA
styles; sale price Thursday. leUU
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT We are showing for the first time In Omaha
the Renowned CROWN JEWEL SUITS 8old everywhere P f C AA
at $36.00.. Our early fall leader at ,j 4IUU
Boys9 School Clothing
VERY SPECIAL BARGAIN
KNEE PANTS SUITS In Norfolk and
double breasted styles great as
sortment of colored patterns $3.00
to $4.50 values Thursday
92.50, 91-05 and
Never before have such Shoe
past few weeks In our Immense New
are of nn usual bargain Interest. .See
'. LADLES' PATENT AND VICI KID,
$3.00, $4.00 and $6.00 Values, broken
will go in one lot at, pair
AND JULIES $3.00. $3.60 and
$4.00 values at, QQ
per pair .110
MEN'S KANGAROO CALF WORK
SHOES Plain toes . or tops all
bear union stamp i An
at. pair Z.UU
In the New Bargain Roonf.
ALL KINDS OF WASH OOODS-In
long mill ends, worth up to
I2c yard; at, yard. ....... C
13 He SILKOLINE In long mill ends;
special Thutsday at, V.
yard ............ JsC
1 Oc INDIAN. HEAD MUSLINSSpecial
Hardware, Stoves and Housefurnishings.
YOU CANT BEAT 'EM PRICES CUT IN TWO. .
A Regular Dollar Wood saw for. . 59c
25c 4-Side Go Toaster. 13c
15c Hunter Flour Sifter. . . . '. . Oc
10c Steel Egg Pans. . . ......... 5c
10c Cottage Barometer 10c
Two 5c Boxes Toothpicks 5c
15c Sink Strainers for 5c
Make Your Grape Jelly Now., :
Tomorrow (Thursday) we will have 300 baskets of Fancy ;
c Concord Grapes for jelly. As long as they last ' 4 Pft
we will sell them, per basket. ;..,JLwL
PLUMS! PLUMS!! PLUMS Ml.
The plum crop is short. Don't delay in mdking'your jelly.
We will have about 300 more baskets Thursday. As
fc long as they last we will sell them, -I Olp
; per basket ..;w....xl2l'
TOMATOES! TOMATOES!! TOMATOES!! I ,t;
For caning there' is nothing nicer. Thursday we will sell
one-third.bushel baskets of this delicious , . 4 rft
fruit for. .'V. : i . .13 1
20 pounds Best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar. . . . . . ;'. .$1.00
X-Celo Breakfast Food Per package. ......... .. 5o
Malta Vita Per package. , 60
The Best Soda Crackers Per pound. . . ....... 6o
Fresh, Crisp Ginger Snaps Per pound... '..IV 1.. .
Eight pounds Best Rolled Oatmeal. . .V". , .'.V. ... . . 25o
Eight pounds Hand Picked Navy Beans. . . . ... 1 250"
Twelve bars Swift 's Pride, Baet- 'Em-All, White Paris ' -
or Diamond C Laundry Soap f or ....... . v . ... . 25a
BROWNELL HALL, OMAHA
mestlo Science, Oar man and French. Academic course slves uomm Seneral sdueslion.
Certificsie In college preparatorjr eourae admits to Vassar, Wsllesley. Mt. Holfoka.
emlth. i Dlversity vt N.braaka. Unlveralty of Wlseonaln and University of Chltaso.
Instructors eolleas STaduatra of lsrse Uachlns esrleaae. TUojoushness Inslataa
upon as eeaantlaT to character bulldlnsr. Careful attention to social Irainln Wall
eaulpped Kymnsslum. with profaa.lorsl director. Tennis. " hockey sad
sports BtutenU moth.r.d sympathetically by esperienc.d women who appreciate the
needs of youna womanhood Address: MIN MACRAE. Priaclpal.
We still continue our great Curtain
Sale JO, 000 pairs of the finest cur
tains made by the tlon Clty factory
have Just arrived and go on sale to
morrow. All new, perfect roods (no
seconds). The newest patterns out.
Fine large curtains, beautiful designs.,
Regular 65e pair will go on f C
this sale at, each 1 J C
Full sited Curtains, regular 78c Q
pair, will go at, each 1C
fl.00 a pair Curtains, very fine pat
terns, look like flO.OO Curtains;
about 300 pair will go on IT.
this sale at, each a)C
Stt yards long Curtains, sold else
where at fl.26 pair; about 1f
160 pairs at. each , C
THOUSANDS OF PAIRS AT JWV, 8c,
75c, 91.00, 91.25, up. Worth more
than double these prices.
LOT 8 fa.OO Walking
Handsome voiles and Pan-
amas In plain, colon
and plaids. vv
MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF UN.
SKIRTS 75c values else
where. Sale price
BLACK MERCERIZED UNDER
SKIRTS Several different styles
$1.60 and $2.00 values ,
ODD KNEE PANTS Made
double seat and knees In many
different patterns and colors
-worth up to $! choice.
Great Assortment it Slses.
Bargains been offered ar - those of - the
Shoe Department. Thursday's offering
TURN AND WELT; SOLE SHOES.- " J
lots, mostly small sizes, '
lots, mostly small sizes. ' t o '
Roys and Girls.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES Th
best lines ever offered In pa
t Omaha at,, pair.. 1DU
CHILDREN'S SHOES that sell At 85c;
, several . hundred, pairs to select
from Thursday at, J A
INDIA LINON8 AND MERCERIZED"
WAISTINGS Worth tip to 190
yard special at, m.
40-INCH INDIA UNONS Fin and
sheer the 25c quality at, . 7i
pen yard , JC
at, yard ........ i . 6 J,
. . a
25c Lawn Sprinklers. . , , .'. . . f 12c
25c Bread, Cake and Paring Knife
Set , , ... . J8e
25c Ice and Kindling Hatchet. .. . 10c'
Fancy 8-piece 25c CMUUs Set. ... 10c
25c Hlne's Fruit Press, j'i 12o
Horns Bchoul for Girls.
Acsdemle Srwt Callau. Pre-
lory Courses. Bxcepilonai
intaaea ln Idualo. Art. Uo-
MILITARY ft 01 DEMY
Xealsurtaa, Me. Oldest and Lars est Military
fcrhool in the Middle Weet. tlass 'A' by
.recent rating mt Vmt Pepw KeaA fea
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