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THE BEE: OMAITA. THOSPAT. JULY 2D. 1W.
IN ROW OVER TFIE GOVERNOR
Democrat Very Nearly Split oa the
TAMIL Y FIGHT IS GETTING HOT
afetealfe Hip la rtank Pleda-laa;
Farfy taltlatlv and Refer
ta, the Wheel,
torses Are Rampant.
From a Ktaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. July 2X. Specll.)-The very
Uncertain endorsement of Governor Shal
lenheraer .n1 'the democratic legislature
by the. democratic tate convention yester
day was brought about only after three
member! of the resolutions committee had
begged and pleaded with the majority of
the committee to he allowed to insert the
plank In the platform. The paragraph
that was allomed to be put In the platform
was aecepted by the majority of the com
mittee after several stronger ones had
been rejected and then It was favored only
by three members of the committee. Rich
aid L Metcalfe, Harvey Newbranch and
George C. Glllam.
At ore Ume during the proceedings the
eommlt'ee aaa given the information that
unl.., It endorsed the administration. Gov
ernor Fhkllcnberger would make a fijtht
on Hie floor of tha convention for an en
dorsement. Four members of the eonmtttee. Edgar
Howard. W H. Thompson, Jui'ge Cowan
and II J Ludl, favored the flKht. but
Neahtar.ch. who held that regent's com
mission safe in his pocket. Joined with
Metcalfe and Glliam (n a plea not to dis
grace th party "by refusing some crumb
of satisfaction to the first democratic
goveirfov Nerbaskn has had in years," and
eo the majority consented to put In the
One Plnnk a Surprise.
The platform was strictly a Metcalfe
affair, notwithstanding Chairman Loomls
named a wet resolutions committee But
the majority of the committee was asleep
at the switch and Metcalfe threw In his
initiative a and referendum plank and it
waa voted for unainmously. The report of
the committee was held back so long that
many of the delegates had gone home
without waiting for It and so when the
initiative and referendum plank was read
those in the hall who had been entrusted
with the care of these matters permitted
Metcalfe to put one over them.
After the convention was over and some of
the delegates discovered what had been done
to them, they were free to express their
dissatisfaction. Harry Hayward of Omaha
and others did not mlnee matters In their
denunciation of the initiative plan. Can
didates for supreme Judge through their
friends were put out because the platform
was not limited to the endorsement of the
nonpartisan judiciary and they discovered
too lata that they had been out-generaled
by an older hand at the business.
A aotfcer Blow to Governor.
But tha worst bomb of all that was
thrown into the Shallenberger camp was
tha declination of Chris. Gruenther of the
position of chairman of the state com
mittee. That many of the Dahlmanites
knew Gruenther would not accept the place
there la not the least doubt. Gruenther
had expressed himself before the conven
tion and his statement had been published
in The Be. But Shallenberger. to make
peace. Insisted that Gruenther should be
named and the convention helped him out
only to see the Job thrown Into the face
of tha governor.
The program for next year has already
been mapped out by the opponents of the
governor, and it includes the election of
Chris. Gruenther for chairman and the
nomination of Dahlman for governor, or
his attempted nomination.
'The new viaduct on North Tenth street
will be started Thursday. It will cost
aSa Ctttt ma
A superior blend of
finest coffees, person
ally selected and test
ed by Mr. C. F.
Blanke, the best cof
fee expert in the
country, who guar
antees its drinking
quality. Costs less
than one-half cent
per cup to make.
Ret Weijsl tJC
Sold only at grocery
Stores which sell the
best grades of grocer
ies and give custom
ers best values.
Look for the Tally
Ho Sign. It's an as
surance of best coffee
best groceries fair
and honeet dealings.
c r. bunii ru mb
St. UaU. C ft. 1,
R&h, Pimply Facaa
ad cUsr, smooth, beautiful.
Biatrkse, blackheads, suabara
laa. skia-roufhneu and r.dnew
e.uicklj raod. Stf.. peas
ant"", mon but toilet
r. p. ration oa tha matk.i.
. - , . trial
h smtu. 0 Cat Bonis.
Maaatactared sod for sale bi
Sherman V McCannall Dry; Co.
. Itt aaa Dwdgs, Omaha.
OWL DRUG CO.
. lata anal Harney.
tl'S.noo. E. La Manna and Engineer Car
penter of the Missouri Pacific, who have
charge of the work, ara now in tha city
and the surveyors will be her la lha
More Beer la elsed.
Another wagon load of beer waa taken
in charge by the police thla morning. The
Big Four Transfer company was dellr
erlng the beer around the city. It having
been ordered from another city. Tha po
lice took charge of tha load and forced
the transfer company to take It to its
headquarters and there leave It. The com
pany was told the owners of the beer may
call there for it. The beer was consigned
to a half dosen families.
Waan froaa Drimtrk.
Mrs. John Zummer arrived In Lincoln
this morning from Denmark to meet her
son and husband, but they failed to meet
her at the station and neither could be
located up to lata thla afternoon. The
woman was taken in charge by the charity
association and a notice left at the address
of the husband that his wife waa In town.
Secretary Mot Naaaed.
Chairman Hayward of the republican
state committee haa not yet named his sec
retary or his executive committee. Mr.
Hayward was at tha state house this
morning, but concluded there waa no spe
cial hurry about naming tha secretary.
Cklef Scoot to Go-renar.
Billy the Bear haa been appointed "chief
guide and scout to the governor." The
commission was mailed to the scout to
day. Billy the Bear, whose name is L.
J. F. Iaeger. acted as guide for the gov
ernor and his staff of colonels during their
recent visit to Crawford, nd his official
appointment? w aa in recognition of the good
work he did. He has the rank of colonel,
but has been excused from wearing the
uniform of the staff at his own request.
Jeweler Are Baakrapt.
Eastern creditors today brought invol
untary bankruptcy proceedings against
Roscoe E. Henderson of Bethany and
Holger Hald of Lincoln, partners In the re
tall Jewelry business in Lincoln. The pa
pers were filed In the United States dis
trict court and name the New England
Watch company of Waterbury, Conn.;
Charles E. Trout and Clarence H. Schielkl
of New York, N. T.; Weidllch Bros, of
Bridgeport, Conn.; Ritter, Kahn Co. of
Philadelphia and Theodore Tankhauer &
Co. of New York as creditor.
The creditors allege that Henderson &
Hald owe them Jointly $1,162.53 and that
their assets amount to hardly 540.
Two Salts Against City.
Two suits against the city of Lincoln
were filed in the district court Tuesday
afternoon. R. W. Taylor and W. Pierce
bringing the actions. The petitioners al
lege damages to property to the amount of
$5,000 as a . e.-ult of cutting down the
streets at Thirty-third and O.
Fire Chief clement bad a narrow es
cape Irom serious accident this afternoon.
He was returning from a small fire in the
suburbs when his automobile struck a
chuck hole near Fourteenth and M streets
and was overturned. Mr, Clements was
caught under the machine, which waa
badly wrecked, but eaoaped without a
RUM A WAV
Japonic Fleming, Who Left Home la
Chicago, la la Haattaa.
HASTINGS, Neb., July 28. (Special Tele
gram.) Japonlca Fleming, 11 year old, is
being cared for at the Seventh Day Ad
ventl.it hospital here until her mother,
Mrs. W. D. Fleming of Chicago, comes
for her. U Is understood here that Mrs.
Fleming is now on her way to Hastings,
and that upon her return to Chicago with
her daughter she will institute proceed
ings against a man whom she holds re
sponsible for the child's disappearance.
When she arrived her Japonlca had (
cents left of her $15 savings, which she
secured by selling papers In Chicago.
"I left home because they whipped me,"
said the girl when she went to the home
of Mrs. Morrill, with whom she and her
parents stayed for a week last April. Aft
erwards Japonlca said she had been ac
cused of something she had not done and
left home because she waa afraid of being
punished. The girl waa In a hospital for
a short time before coming here, but
whether sent there by her mother or some
one else is not known.
Kansas Official Arrested at Nebraska
City Advised to Bring; Actloa.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb., July 28.-
(Special.) Word has been received here
from Kansas, that the states attorney has
i advised the sheriff of Rooks county, who
was arrested and Jailed here for bringing
an Insane man here and trying to dump
i nlm on the county, to bring suit against
1 the county. The sheriff wa taken be
; fore a Justice of the peaco on a criminal
i charge, under the statute, but released
1 and he has several suits to answer to and
j will have to return. H I advised to
. bring the suit In the federal court. There
j are several very nice question to be de
: elded by the court In case the suit is
brought, because the man and hi mother
I had moved away from here and gone to
J Kansas to reside on some land she owned
before he wa arrested and confined there
on an insane charge.
BAR SOCIALIST FROM XEW TOWN
Towaalt Conaaay Refuse Mas Lot
Reeaaaa of Political Views.
BRIDGEPORT. Neb, July . (Special.)
Broadwater, the new town on the Union
Pacific In this county, scrutinizes a
man's politic before admitting him to
citizenship. John Shankman from North
Platte arrived there last week and
selected a lot on which he proposed to
build a house. He deposited a consider
able sum of money in the local bank
and waited patiently for his deed to ar
rive from thla city. In the meantime
it leaked out that Mr. Shankman 1 a
socialist and then he wa notified ay
the townslte proprietor that he could buy
no lot In Broadwater. Mr. Shankman did
not wait to argue the question, but came
at once to the cosmopolitan city of
Bridgeport where he purchased five lots
and will proceed at once to erect a
HABEAS TORPIS FOR MRS. MORA
an Foand lasaao at Nebraska
City la Fiabtlna la Conns.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. July 28-(8pec-ial.)
Th attorney for Mrs. Maud Moran,
wife of Attorney W. T. Moran, who after
a hearing covering flva week before the
commissioners of Insanity wa declared
insane, has gone before Judge H. D.
Travis and secured a writ of habeaa cor
pus. The hearing I set for August 1.
Th Judge tray appoint a new commis
sion to hear hor ca again. Thla case
will pile up a big bill of expense for
the county, because all of the expenses
have to be paid by th county In cases
of this kind. The husband filed the com
plaint. Soma thirty or more witnesses
were called and a large number of de
Writ for Relaae at Dr. Xeff.
BEATRICE. Nb. July ?7-Spe,-il Tel
cf: am.) Allot be) L. W. Colby secured a
writ of habeas corpus today in the county
court for the release of Pr. J. G. Neff
of Sterling. Neb., who Is In Jail at Te
cumeeh on the charge of assault preferred
by his daughter.
BEATRICE B1I.I. FOR EXPENSES
Conoeli Adopts Practically Same Levy
a La at Year.
BEATRICE, Neb. July 28 (Special.)
The city council held its regular meet
ing last evening and, adopted the annua!
eipense bill which amounts to II3.400. Tne
annual levy, which was decided upon, Is
V mills. Last year it was 30 S-7. The
assessed valuation of all property in the
city Is $1,410,000. A resolution was passed
increasing the salary of the police Judg
$10 per month. $.10 per month which he
has heretofore received, being deeme.1
too small. City Attorney Sabin reported
on the status of the Charles park. Mrs.
IVIIber' attorneys- have signified their
Intention to petition the supreme court
for a rehearing of the case, and nothing
can be done until this matter Is disposed
of. which will probably be at the Sep
tember term of court.
ATE RAT BISCUIT,
Nebraska City Woman Takes Poison
and Thea Tells Family.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., July 3. -(Special.)
Mrs. Andrew Lingle. who with her
husband and children reside In the south
ern part of the city, had some trouble
with her family and at the conclusion of
the quarrel secured some rat biscuits and
ate them. After midnight she awoke her
husband and family and told them what
she had done and prayed to them to
save her life. A physician was called
and after working several hours pro
nounced her out of danger.
Crowd at Wayne Chaotaan.ua.
WAYNE. Neb., July 2S.-(Speclal.)-The
third annual assembly of trie Wayne Chau
tauqua continues a success In spite of the
Inclement weather Sunday and Monday, on
which days the attendance was not as
large as It would have otherwise been. Tes
terday the attendance was good. In the
morning, from S:30 to 13 o'clock, is the
Children's hour, In charge of Miss Laura
Phillips. Domestic science by Miss Ger
trude McCheyne anj Bible lecture by
Clinton N. Howard. In the afternoon and
evening the audiences were splendidly en
tertained by the McDonald Concert com
pany and lecture by Dr. William Byron
Forbush. This afternoon the Weber Male
quartet gained the applause of a splendid
audience, while Dr. William Forbush so
well entertained the people that many
were unaware of his having finished the
lecture at the conclusion. Tonight the
Weber Male quartet and Wayne Com
mercial club band will fill the program.
It Is expected that between 3.000 and 4.000
people will be In attendance to hear Mr.
Court Decree Nulled by Tears.
CENTRAL CITY, Neb.. July .-(Special.)
A pathetic incident occurred at the
close of a case in Judge Peterson's court
after a wilt of habeas corpus had been
granted ordering the rturn of Dulcle and
Myrtle Squier to their father. New-ton L.
Squler of Sliver Creek. The girls, who are
14 and 11 years old, made such a vigorous
protest on the court house lawn that they
were allowed to remain with their aunt,
Lillian Wanke. and granafather, Joseph
Wanke. For over a year the Wankes had
charge of the girls, whose mother died in
1908. But early In the present year Squler
married again and desired that they be re
turned to his care. But they had become
greatly attached to their relatives and the
affection was mutual. Other means fail
ing, Squler filed a petition for a writ of
habeas corpus compelling their return to
Twa Deaths at Syracuse.
SYRACL SK, Neb.. . July 28. Special.)
William Wellensick of Osage died yester
day of heart disease. He was in town In
the forenoon and attended to business.
After going home he lay down and in a
short time was found breathing his last.
He was one of the oldest settlers, being
one of four brothers coming here from St.
Louis about forty years ago. He was the
owner of a large amount of valuable land
In this county. He left a wife and a large
Mrs. George Purvlance died at Lincoln on
Monday and was buried here today. She
left a husband and two small children.
Dr. Neff I Released.
BEATRICE. Neb., July 2S. -(Special Tel
egram.) The hearing on the writ of ha
beas corpus secured yesterday in county
court for the release of Pr. John G.
Neff of Sterling, Neb., who has been in
Jail at Tectimseh on the charge of assault
ing his daughter, Lora Neff. was held to
day In county court, and at the close of
the hearing Judge Spafford released the
defendant. The assault case against Dr.
Neff was also dismissed.
Overload Reaches , Bridgeport.
BRIDGEPORT, Neb.. July (Special.)
The new North Platte valley line of the
Union Pacific railroad has at last reached
this city and the chief officials of the road
have arrived here to select the depot
grounds and make transfer arrangements
with the Burlington. Bridgeport will be
the terminus of the road for the present
Mob Warns Young Xraro.
BRIDGEPORT. Neb., July 2S (Special.)
An "orderly mob" was organized here
last night and. armed with a rope, sought
out a young negro who had become al
together too fresh and informed him that
he could chose between leaving town and
It may by a good plan for
some people to go without
breakfast that's a matter
for each to decide for hinv
self. But the average in"
dividual will "be on time
to breakfast" with a keen
appetite, too when he
looks forward to
Post - Tocxstles
with cream or fruit
"The Taste Lingers"
Popular pkg.f 10c.
Large Family size, 15c
Ask the grocer.
being strung up to a telegraph pole. He
Nebraska News Motes.
BEATRICE Considerable new wheat is
being marketed here. The price paid by
the local grain buyers is 98 cents per
bushel. 4 cents lower than the price a few
FALLS CITT-C. F. Paeschner died ai
his home In Preston Monday, aged M
years. The funeral was held from the Ger
man Evangelical church at Preston on
FALLS CITY Bernice McPantels. aged 14.
and Forest McDanlels. aged 12. were sen
tenced Tuesday by Judge Gannon to the
reform ochool. as their parents stated that
they were unable to control them or to
keep them at home.
KEARNEY One of the candidates for
sheriff In this county was doing some very
tall work campalKning this last week. His
method Is rather unique; each place he
visits in the country he leaves his card
and on It Is a large bottle of beer. The
candidate Is running .on the democratic
KEARNEY Two boys ran away from
the Industrial school at an early hour Tues
day morning. They were helpers In the
kitchen and were sent In the kitchen ahead
of one of the officera to do some work.
When the officer arrived the boys had
disappeared and. althouKh the country was
scoured, they are still missing.
FAIRBl'KY The school board disoosed
of the southeast ward school building at
public sale yesterday. The sale included
the. site and brick building, erected about
twenty-five years ago. the property being
adjoining the yards of the Ruck Island
Hallway company. The property sold for
S00 and was bought by the railroad com
pany. FREMONT A man who gave his name
to the police as Calvin Brown is in the
county Jail because of an alleged attempt
to commit suicide. Calvin became infatu
ated with an inmate of a house of ill fame
and when she refused to marry him or "ur
nlh him with money he bought some laud
anum and wrote a letter to the girl that
they would find his cold body at his room
ing house. She notified the police and they
Intercepted him before he arrived there
and took him to Jail.
A l.lfe Problem Solved
by that gTeat health tonic. Electric Bitters,
is the enrichment of poor, thin, blood and
strengthening the weak. 50c. Sold by
Beaton Drug Co.
WASHINGTON. July 2S Forecast for
Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska Fair Thursday; somewhat
cooler In northeast portion; Friday, fair.
For Iowa Generally fain
For South Dakota Fair Thursday; cooler
in east and central portions; Friday, fair.
For Colorado Fair Thursday and Friday.
For Wyoming Fair, warmer Thursday;
For Missouri and Kansas Fair, continued
warm Thursday and Friday.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER FCREAU.
OMAHA. July 2 Official record of tem
peihiuie and pi ecipitaiion. compared with
the corret-pondlng day of the last three
years: 1909. rso yMC. I'M,.
Maximum temperature ., 89 94 82 SO
Minimum temperature .. 72 72 tio 7
Mean temperature SO 83 74 74
Precipitation 00 .00 . 00 . 00
Temperature and precipitation depaitures
from the normal at Omaha sl:,ce March 1.
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature 77
Excess for the day 3
Deficiency since March 1 275
Normal precipitation 13 inch
IWIclency for the day 13 inch
Precipitation since March 1 17 49 inches
Deficiency since March 1 42 inch
Excess cor. period 1908 1 ttf inches
Deficiency cor. period 1907 4 68 inches
Reports froia Stallone at T P. M.
Station and Slate Tern,
of Weather. 7 p. m.
Bismarck, cloudy 88
Cheyenne, clear 82
Chicago, cloudy ,s8
Dener, clear W
Helena, part cloudy
Huron, clear 84
Kansas City, clear 88
North Platte, cloudy 84
Omaha, clear 87
Rapid City, clear 78
St. Louis, clear 88
St. Paul, clear 84
Salt Lake City, clear 78
Valentine, clear 92
llllnon. part cloudy 88
mn trac of i-reclnltatlon.
WELcH. Local Forecaster.
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V . J 8a.m...
!7 10 a. m...
J-'ai I p. m . . .
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milk over them; add a little cream and salt to suit the taste.
Or, if you don't like milk, try it this way : Heat two Biscuits
in oven to restore crispness; then dip them quickly in salt
water, place a piece of butter on the Biscuit, allowing it to
melt into the shreds.
Or, heat the Biscuits in oven, dip them in milk, drain,
and fry in butter, after which they may be served with a
little cream, if desired.
A little fruit makes the meal even more wholesome and adds
little to the cost. Try one of these tomorrow.
Shredded Wheat is made of the choicest selected white
wheat, cleaned, steam-cooked and baked. Try it for breakfast
to-morrow with milk or cream. The Biscuit is also delicious
for any meal in combination with fresh or preserved fruits.
THE ONLY "BREAKFAST CEREAL" MADE IN BISCUIT FORM
BUILDING AND LOAN LEAGUE
Annual Convention of Associations is
in Session in Philadelphia.
STEADY GROWTH IN ASSETS
Membership and amber of IfrsssU
sations Also Increase ebraslta
Hanks Tenth In the
THIALDELPHIA. July Special).
The seventeenth annual convention of the
United States League of Loral Building
and Loan associations began here today.
Delegates were present from eighteen
states In the eastern, central went and
The annual report of Secretary H. F.
Cellarius of Cincinnati, shows steady
growth In membership, assets and total
number of associations. There are n.aX
local associations in the United States,
with a total membership of l.Mm.Ml. and
assets amounting to $77.V.'. W. This is
an increase In membership over last year
of 69.t!2 and an Increase for the year in
assets of 144.15'i.FHE.
The volume of business transacted was
not much in excess of the preceding year,
due largely to the number of laboring men
out of work and consequently the usual
amount was not saved. This condition
naturally also Increased the amount of
withdrawals and did not admit of as many
loans being made by the associations.
The total receipts were 1519. 721.571, and of
cents. Cobs are'full grown, full made, full qual-
ity, four-inch Havana cigars, rough looking and plainly packed.
You can't smoke anything but the cigar, so we've left off gold bands
and we haven't lithographed the box. We haven't paid for fancy
to the taste.
Meal for 5 Cents
"YOU don't believe it,
do you? Here it is:
Take two SHRED
DED WHEAT BIS
CUITS ; heat them in
the oven to restore
crispness, pour hot
this sum Sir.4. 13.170 was loaned out on
mortgages as against $203.!:r.072 In the pre
ceding year. The total business transacted
was at an expense of i'.,.".4 fiiM. or seven
tenths of 1 per cent based on the assets.
Nebraska Is Tenth.
A table of statistics by states puts Penn
sylvania far in the lead with 1.423 asso
ciations, a membership of 37.noo and $l,"A
(MO.000 in assets. Ohio ranks second, with
646 associations, but with assets and mem
bership close to the Pennsylvania totals
Nebraska ranks tenth, with sixty-eight as
sociations. 42.3 members, and assets of
$13.4i;..S-'2. These figures cover the fiscal
year ending June CO. 1W. Kansas reports-fifty-five
associations. 1".'0 members and
$j,77!.0 in assets. Iowa ranks seventeenth,
with forty-eight associations, 15,300 mem
bers and 14.390.000 In assets.
The convention will last two days.
ELLIS CHARGEDJVITH MURDER
Man Who hot nthnnlrl I". Willis
la Held by Coroner's
L1TTLK HOCK. Ark., July 2S After
being spirited away In a motor car last j
nlpht Y. Kllis of Pine Bluff, Ark., who;
shot and killed Nathunlel P. Willis, a I
wealthy resident of Indianapolis, Ind., in
the circuit court room yetserday afternoon. '
has been returned to the Pulaski county i
j Jail. Although the shooting has occasioned
j great excitement there Is n6 danger of j
i violence. I
! At a coroner's inquest over the body of i
Ellis a veidict recommending that Kills
be held on a charge of muider was re
turned. The formal charge of murder was
preferred against Ellis today .
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would add to the price, without adding anything
Nine nf tlim Inirl aA .,-.-.r-,,- r.ii j
" ..w tiu kjh uiLaauic . mil ydiii.
You can buy this full yard of pure
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Allen Bros. Co.
Relative of Ta-t
Killed by Auto
Mrs. William Chase of Middleton
Struck by Car on Way to
M1DPLKTOWN. N. T., July UL-Mr
William Chase of this clt jr. said to b I
telative of President Taft, wa struck and
killed today by an Erie train a she was
about to leave for a seaside resort.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Total 'Western Slaughter to Date
Nearly Million l.eaa Than
CINCINNATI, July 2S.-Speeial Tele
gram.) Price Current says: The market
ing of hogs continues w Ithltr moderate lim
its, total western packing being 35.000 head
against 33T,000 head the preceding week and
410.000 head last year. Since March L the
total is 9.W5.000. agalnstt 10.815.000 a year
ago. Prominent places compare a follow:
Chicago 1.995.000 3.210.000
Kansas Cltv 1.310 000 1,370,000
South Omaha 945.000 930,000
St. Louis M5.000 835,000
St. Joseph 6W.OO0 035.000
Indianapolis 490.000 595.0OO
Milwaukee 847.000 481.000
Cincinnati J16.000 24.000
Ottumwa 220.000 139.0W
Cedar Rapids 178.000 210.000
Sioux City 443,000 480,000
St. Paul 252.000 362.000
Cleveland 2S0.000 306.000
l La l.0.
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