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    TTIF, P.EE: OMAITA. FRIDAY. PI-'CKMriKlv 22. 1011.
SNOW TWELYEJNCHES DEEP
Heavy Blanket of the Beautiful Cot-
WALKER SAYS HE CUNKOT
Council Bluffs
What Our School Children Are Doing-VIII
ers Entire West.
Minor Mention
SNOWS ALL WEDNESDAY NIGHT
The Council liluffs Office of
The Oninhn l?oe 1 at 13
Scott Street. Telephone 43.
Davis. drugs.
I.ffert's. optician!!.
IL Horwlek for wall paper.
Corrlgans, undertakers. rhonrs 11.
Genuine VIctrola, $1.1. A. Hcspe Co.
For authority en watches see teffert.
FAi-nT BEER AT HOUKHS' BCFFET.
Woodring Undertaking Co. Tel. 3M.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone 7.
For Rent Modern house, 7:3 Sixth Ave.
Every Victor record in stock A.
Hospe Co.
1'rlntiiiK and binding well done. More
house Ac Cu.
The best wines fir EOo per quurt at
Rosenfeirts, .611 S. Main St.
Kyea tested M glasses fitted. Lcfforta.
registered opticians, xsroaCway.
We give premium coupons at Tho Puff,
H9 Uroajwuy. Ctgara and tobacco.
Merchants' lunch, S5c, at Tony's cafe,
17 fouth fc'lxth. A good place to eat.
Pictures framed to order for Christ
mas presents. Wo cio not charge holiday
prices. H. Horwick, 211 B. Main bt.
If you want AYi;NDOV G.VAES ca'l Ueil
phone U. Muff City la.s and Mirror
Works, lhT'-ii West Uroaiiway. SVe make
; a specialty of (JLAZIKU at low p;-lces.
SAM SXTl'EK LOANS MONEY on
household kudus, horses, cattle and all
chattel securities at a lug discount or the
usual rates, ornce over G-'U U est Uroad
Way, Mrs. F. N. Pmlth, 50"1 Avenue P. xras
taken to the Uenerul hospHal In Omaha
jesterrlay to undergo an operation for
appendicitis. The, operation whs per
formed by Dr. Hombuvh of this city.
Arrangements have been perfected by
the. Improved Order of Jted Men to hold
their regular monthly social session this
evening. ljanctng will be the feature.
The event will be exclusively for the
members and their families, Refresh
ments will bo served.
EVERYRODY HAS THE XMA3
SPIRIT NOW. Don't forget your clothes,
they may need attention. To look nice
cleaned and pressed. Send them to the
Uluff City 1-aundiy, Cleaners and Dyers,
There is where you get the best work for
the leust money. Phones 314.
John Nath, ua years old, died at Pt. Ber
nard's hospital yesterday after a long ill
ness. He was u patient at the Institu
tion. His former home was In fcoulh
Omaha, where a son now resides. The
body was removed to Cutler's awaiting
arrangements for the funeral.
The regular monthly meeting of Har
mony chapter No. L'o, Order of the East
ern tftar, wlll be held this evening at
Masonic temple. Officers will bo elected
for the Running year and other important
business will be transacted, and a full
meeting of the members Is desired.
Mrs. Uertha Johnson, wife of Nels
Johnson, died at the Kdmumlson hospital
yesterday after an Illness of two weeks.
She was 41 years old and Is survived by
her husband and one son, Carl. The body
was removed to Cutler's and will be later
taken to the residence, Ifelt Houtli Sev
enth street.
FUcklnger Brothers yesterday received
notice that the supreme court had granted
ineir application iur a renearing oi me
appeal of the . suit of Frohadt against
Duff, in Which a Judgment of tl,iW was
returned In the district court against
Duff. Ills attorneys appealed it to the
supremo court and the court sustained
the appeal and ordered a new trial. The
application was then made by Flicklnger
Brothers, attorneys for the plaintiff, and
it was this that was grunted. i
An unusual suit has been commenced in
the district court in wnich Pottawatta
mie county- In the plaintiff and James A.
Hadfield. a patient in. the. hospital for the
Insane at Clarinda, Is the . defendant.
The county- has filed the original notice
of y suit i;aHi.n liirh for the coat of
malntenunco in tho n-sylum since April
26, 1107. amounting to !). SV T he return
of the notloo fliowa that it was served
Upon, hlin fll the hospital,
A bulldog owned by J. II, Rodgere, a
plumber, whose home and business place
is on West Broadway, has caused another
civil suit to be Hied against him in the
district court. The piajntiff is Frank
fct. Clair, who alleges that on November
2 the dog attacked and bit hlin on the
arm. severely injuring him and causing
damages that may prove of a more or less
permanent character. He asks a total of
j.'.Oia). I-ast fall the same dog attacked
the youns son of Henry Roark while the
child was passing the plumbing shop and
f alnfully injured him. A suit far several
housuiid dollars was filed soon after.
Jurors for Different
; Courts Are Drawn
Yesterday was jury drawing day.
Grand jtlrors for 1912, petit Jury for the
Jan,ry term of the district court and
the jurymen for the superior court were
Urawn. The grand jurors:
P. N. Suiksdorf, Silver Creek.
William Schley, jr., Lwls.
' L. Parrlsh, Hasel Dell.
'.- 3. Cooper, Kane,
William Cleary, Norwalk.
: Oeorge Kadel, York,
! NIC Pieper, Mlnden.
K. W. itead. Crescent.
William Meyeis, Keg Creek.
W. H. Christmas, Neola,
Oeorge . Smith, tioomer.
O. W.. Crofcsley, Garner.
- The following named persons will com
prise the trial Jury list for the first term
of court In the year:
P. O. Cook, Council Bluffs,
IOUis I.angensen, Trej nor. '
, Joe Currle, ltockford.
Joe Holder, Garner.
David Olson, Council Bluffs.
I. K. Bridonsteln, Council Bluffs.
C. K. Taylor, Council Bluffs.
.George V. 'Ihompsin, Council 1 Huffs.
. Autfiitt Dleuhler, Silver Creek.
i..K. Russell, Council Bluffs,
Howard Terry, Crescent.'
Karl Caiiile. Norwalk.
o. I'. Anderson. Council Bluffs.
John Shroder, Boomer.
John Driscoll, Neola.
H. Doreiu. Council Bluffs.
M, O'Connor, Neola.
J. A. Wortiuan, Treynor.
- if. K Kauiulers, Council Bluffs.
Charles Waiieu, Couiuil Bluff. s.
Herbert 1 'airliiKton, Hazel Dell,
M. Flnerty, jr., Neola.
Fred Nleman, Council Bluffs.
C, A. Morgan, Council Blufts.
C. ). Frazer, Council Klufts.
' Herbert Yeruoc, Garner.
John Powell, Boomer.
James Carlln, Council Bluffs.
Henry Strobehn, Treynor.
W. A. Campbell, Keg Creek.
N, C. Jnm.in. Wasli iiMton.
William Holier, tr 4'ouneil Bluffs.
Oscar Haines, Silver Creek.
A. B. Mlckelsori, Boomer.
Bert Iwi, Hockford.
G. O. Mortenstn. Council Bluffs.
Charles Head, Council Bluffs.
Peter Beck. Council Bluffs.
John Watts, Council Bluffs.
Otis Cradt, Washington.
Thes cnstltuto the superior court Jury
lor the first quarter of the year:
Harry McClellan, Council Bluffs.
Sherman Johnson. Boomer.
Thomas Holier, Council Bluffs.
J. K. Btockwell, Council Bluffs.
James Htephensen, Garner.
H. J. Sternberg, Neola.
Frank Fechter, McClelland.
James A. Flynn. Mlnden.
C. K. I'4 0okhuuser, Hockford.
F. M. Rhodes, Council Bluffs.
A. II. Horner, Council Bluffs.
C. C. Merrill, Council Blnffs.
J. B Wolcut. Council Bluffs.
W. Iyelk. Council Bluffs.
George Slater, Crewe it.
K. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. sio. Nil nt H701
Pot-ket Halves, Kcliniri, lliiori.
Bean pots. . chafing dishes and cas
seroles. We invite comparison. Our stock
is large and our prices reasonable. P. C.
De Vol Hard yare Co., 5i4 Broadway.
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ada. -
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B1GIITH
JURY SITS IN LEPPIN CASE
Body of Aged Man Who Was Mur
dered is Buried.
NO CLUE TO HIS ASSAILANTS
Nothing Han Been Heard of Man's
Son, Who May Have Shared
the Same Fate aa Ilia
Father.
The body of William Leppln, the aged
employe at the Milwaukee roundhouse,
who was murdered and robbed on the
night of November 18, was burled yester
day by Coroner Cutler, after he had em
panelled a Jury to view It for the purpose
of holding an Inquest at some future
time If something more tangible can be
learned. The Jurymen are Architect
Frederick. E. Cox, Bert Hill and I'aul
Tremalne.
Leppln's dead body was found in the
weeds nearly 200 yards from the Mil
waukee roundhouse, where he had lived
with his half-witted on in a dismounted
box car stationed in th yards near the
roundhouse. He -had been shot In the
side of the head with a .45 caliber Colt's
automatic pistol, as indicated by some
shells found I'm his pocTteta and one
empty one lying' on the ground nearby.
The pistol, which had been bought by
himself tot protection, was missing, and
about S300 which ,the aged man was
known to, have had on. his person was
gone with- the exception of J2.ll found In
his overcoat pockets.
At 4 o'clock on the night of the murder
the car was found to be afire oh the
Inside with the 'door' locked with an out
side padlock. The old man's keys were
afterwards found In the car. The half
witted son disappeared that, night and
has never been heard of. He held the
only other key to the lock. It was evi
dently the purpose to convey the Impres
sion that the old man had committed
suicide after locking the car and setting
It afire. A letter was found In his pocket
telling of two. others he had written to
the chief of police and which were de
livered the day the body was found. It
has been shown that neither the writing
nor the signatures were those of the old
man, and they could not have been
penned by the defective aon. There has
been a strong conviction that the boy
was lured into a conspiracy to kill and
rob his father and was afterwards slain
himself and his body disposed of some
where. Not a trace of the boy has been
found at St. Joseph or Kansas City,
where they formerly lived. It is believed
that if 4ilivo he would have made his
way back there if he had possessed any
knowledge of a conspiracy against his
aged father. The body, which had been
preserved for more than a month, was
viewed by the coroner'a Jury yesterday
ufternoon. It was burled In Falrvlew
cemetery.
Wines and whiskies for family use.
Rosenfeld's Family Liquor house, S19 S.
Main St.
Whiskies, 75c per full quart, at Rosen
feld's, 519 S. Main St.
HEAD 15 SCALY
HAIR ALL CAE OUT
And Baby's Face Broke Out in Red
Bumps, Spread on Hands and
Arms. Got Worse All the Time.
Mother Savs, "I Don't Think Any
thing Else Would Have Cured
Him Except Cuticura,"
"TYhen my first bby was ilx months oM
t broke out on his head with little butnpi.
They would dry
up and leave
sral. Then I
would bretk l;t
I n lid It
spread all ter his
head. All the hair
came out and In.
head l Wal.r all
over. Thin h I
face broke out all
over In red humps
and It kept iprenrt
lug until it
ui hW hand, and
arms. I houitht neveral hoxaa of ointment, riva
hlin blood medicine, and had two doctor, to
treat htm. but he got worse all the time. He
had il about six month, wtu-n a trl-rid told
me about Cuticura. 1 aent and got a bottle
of Cuticura Keaolvent, a cake of Cutlinri,
buap and a box of Cuticura Olnta-fiit. Jn
three days after using tlierd he he(ua to
Improve. He brcan to take long m.) and
to mop rratciiir:ir his bead. After takinj
two bottle, of Itewlvent, tw. boies of Ouit -rri'tit
ami three cuke of Soap he am aotnid
and well, and never had any breakin out of
any kind. His hair ram out In intle curls
ail over r,ls bead. I dun t think anrlMii(
else woulJ. have cured him except Cuticura.
"I ha bought Cuticura Ointment and
Roup sevMu) tuura tinea to use for cuts and
ao'ei and have never known them to fill it
cure what I put them on. Cuticura f-oap is
the bent tnt I have ever u.el for loilrt
pi.rTKxe.." (S'mcd) Bra. F. E. ilirniuo.
U. F. U. 2. Atoka, term.. Sept. 10, lOlu.
Cuticura ooap and Ointment sold throurtv
out the nt,j. Sri nl to 1'ui ter i'.ug A Clicm.
t o-p Dept. I CM, Jloton, nr a liberal natri'la
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CiAl):-: CLASS OK Till: I.ON;i SCHOOL,
Mrs. Fallers Unable
to Identify the Belt
Word has been received from Mrs. Fal
lers, after she was advised of the find
ing of part of a' skeleton on a sundbar
in the Missouri river five or six miles
below tho Douglas street bridge with
nothing but a leather belt to .dentlfy
It, In which she 1s unable to add any
thing to prove or disprove the possibility
of tho body being that of her husband.
Mrs, Fallers says she is-unnblo to say If
her husband wore a belt on tho night he
Is believed to have been murdered and
thrown off the bridge where he was sta
tioned ns tolltakr, end It Is doubtful if
the belt will be sent to her for further
Identification.
Sherman Humphrey, who was among
the lust to see Fallers alive and who waa
Intimately acquainted with him, says Fal
lers was wearing such a belt during the
summer and that he frequently noticed
It. Before ho waa told anything about
finding the belted skeleton Mr. Humphrey
was asked if Fallers wore a belt. He
said he. did and gave a most accurate de
scription of the belt found around the
bones of the headless trunk. He said It
was a - narrow, black pebbled or grained
leather , belt. Tho belt found was such
as would not likely have been bought by
a laboring man, for its value was about
J1.75. . The fact that It waa drawn up to
thO'last hole and the end not put through
the. portion, qf the buckle fitted for it in
dicates that It might have been forcibly
tightened tor .lipid a weight for sinking
the body.
The- bonea of tho skeletct. were burled
yesterday- by .Coroner Cutler.
ATYPICAL OLD WORLD" BREW MADE WITH GREAT CARE
BY THE GOOD OLD GERMAN METHOD A RARE AND
MELLOW BEER WITH AM EXQUISITE TANG AND A RICH
FULL HjAYORED BODY--IT 15 A REAL MASTER BREW
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NOTHING
LIKE. IT
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YOU WILL FIND IT AT ALL FIRST CLASS BARS AND CAFES-ORDER
A CASE FOR YOUR H0ME'DO IT NOW- THE DEMAND WILL BE GREAT
CALL OR, WRITE.
CHA5. 5T01?Z riSoi 182T SHERMAN AYE.
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WHICH WILL OHADCATI3 IN FKURI'AIIY.
COUNCIL BLUFFS MAN GETS
SOLDIER RIVER PROJECT
IOGAN, la., Dec. 21.-(Bpeclal.)-P. M.
Crane of Council Bluffs was awarded the
contract of the Boldler river drainage
project here yesterday at 6 cents per
yard. The total yardage will be about
l,C00,0i0 cubic yards. According to the
present estimate the project will cost
close to $114,000. This will Include exca
vation right of way, and will benefit a
tract of land estimated at about 30.000
acres.
According to the terms of the contract,
work will liegln March 19, 1912, and must
be completed on or before June 1, 1913,
J. S. Wattles, a civil engineer at Mis
souri. Valley, has been appointed to su
perintend the construction of the ditches.
Notwithstanding reports to the con
trary. Auditor A. W. (lains asserts that
the Board of Supervisors was not en
Joined from awarding the contract here
yesterday. The board and auditor were
subpoenaed In a drainage case to be
heard In the federal court.
HUNDRED AND FIFTY VOTERS
IN ONE COUNTY INDICTED
BRISTOL, Tenn., Dec. a. One hundred
and fifty Indictments against alleged vote
sellers in Lee county, Virginia, were re
turned today. It is said others are to
follow tomorrow as a result of the grand
Jury Investigation Into election lrreguiorl
ties during the last thre weeks.
' I'tfelonsr nondage
to dyspepsia, liver complaints and kid
ney troubles Is needless. Electric Bitten
Is the guaranteed remedy. Only 60c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
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CONDUCTOR'S WIDOW WANTS
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
FORT DO OOF., la., Dec. 21. (Special.)
K. D. Wolf, freight conductor for the
Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern, was
killed November 21, 1910, when he fell un
derneath his train just as he was stepping
from one car to another. ' His wife now
sues for fcw.000, alleging the roadbed, at
Meti on the old Newton A Northwestern,
where the fatality occurred, wan In bad
and uneven condition, thus causing the
Jolting which made the conductor lose his
balance. . .
CRKSTON, la.. Deo. 0,-(8peclRl.)-A.
Latimer Wilson of this city, who has been
selected an one of tho Judges for the In
ternational Stock show held In' Chicago
for several years, waa laat week elected
as one of the directors of the Kngllsh
Horse association, also was made a mem
ber of the Belgian Druft association, both
of which met last week In Chicago dur
ing the live stock show. Mr, Wilson and
his partner urn among tlm largest im
porters of horses In the. United States. ....
ELGIN BOY APPOINTED
TO WEST POINT ACADEMY
ELGIN, Neb., Deo. 21.-(8pelal Teld
gram.) Ixigan McBrlde, a member of the
senior class In the Elgin High school,
has just received an appointment to the
West Point military academy. He reft
Elgin this morning to be gone two yean.
When you want a reliable medicine for
a cough or cold take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It can always be de
pended upon and is pleasant and safe to
take. For sale by all druggists, . '
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PHONES
Farmers HeJnlee, as it Inaorea m
tioo.l Mart foe the Crops aad
Helps Make l p Mois
ture Deficiency.
Snow continues to fall over a large por
tion of the territory between the moun.
tains and the Missouri river. Is the re
port received by the railroads from their
agenla yesterday.
Along the lines of the t'nlon Pacific
and the Hock Island, In western Kansas,
snow fell most of Wednesday, ail Wednes
day morning and had not ceased at 7 yes
erdav morning. FVom Cheyenne Well east
to Kills, report are. to the effect that the
snow avcrnges fifteen Inches. Fast Of
there to Marysvllle It Is from one, two
to seven Inches and west of Cheyenne
Wells to Denver, the fall has been from
una to alt Inches.
Mono- the Burlington, Vnlon Pacific and
the Novthwestern'a line to the south
west, Wednesday night there was a con
tlnuoiis snow storm most of the way from
Omaha to the Wyoming and Colorado
east lines. The snow over thla section
ranges from a couple of Inches to a foot
In depth.
The Northwestern reports a steady fall
of snow Wednesday and Wednesday night
over most of the Omaha, Long Pine and
Wyoming divisions, extending up Into
South Dakota. Through the section In
many localities the snow has attained a
depth of twelve Inches.
DRIVERS ON NEW DELIVERY
SYSTEM GO OUT ON STRIKE
CRFJJTON, la.',! Doc. 31. (Rpaclal.V-A
strike begun yesterday by ths delivery
clerks of the new merchant delivery sys
tem here, Waa brought to a close last
night, when the manager of the system
acceded to the demands of the men for
higher wsges and shorter hours. The men
had been paid 10 Ter month and 'when
they approached the manager at ftrat for
an Increase It was refused and all the
men except one went out. All day yestar
Hay the manager tried to get others to
take the places of the drivers, but no on
would volunteer, so last night an agree
ment was reached whereby the men get
(It per week and make but four deliv
eries each day.
A Dellatoas Beverasre.
, Have you tried STORZ OLD SAXON
BRAtJ? If not you are missing a treat
It Is a typical "old world" brew, full
bodied and of exquisite flavor. Order a
case today. Phont Chaa. Stors, Web. 1900;
Ind. B-1JC1.
LOGAN CHURCHES PLAN TO
i GIVE TO OMAHA CHARITIES
, IXKJAN. Ia., Deo. 20.-(8peclal.)-Blrd-tlr's
Christmas carol in pantomime and
a Christmas tree at the Methodist church
f Logan Saturday evening, December 23,
and a Christmas tree and a musical and
literary program at Bethel, eait of Logan,
punday evening are being planned by the
members of the two church organisations
In observance of Christmas.
Rev. C. 8. Iyles, pastor, authorised the
charging of an apple admission for thoao
who attend. The apple offering or ad
mission fee will bs collected, barreled
and shipped to the Associated Charities
of Omaha.
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PBAISEJTT00 HIGHLY
Since Uie of New Tonio Feel. Strongj
and Well Once More.
GIVES FACTS OF HIS CONDITION
The Kerrouaneas ana) Pepreaalon
liar Disappeared and lie
Sleeps Well aad Kate Well
4Jreat Chaaa-e.
Among the many statements mado In
connection with the introduction of
"Tona Vita," the new tonlo that la ac
complishing auch remarkable results In
Omaha, none are more Interesting and
"mpreeslve that the following by C. Y.
Walker of 3M7 South Nineteenth street,
city.
Mr. Walker said: "I have been com
plaining for some time past. I havo
doctored almost continually during that
time and taken every remedy I ever
heard of, but with no success. I hail
atomaeh trouble and was nervous and all
run down. I couldn't digest my food and
whenever I did eat anything gas wouhl
form on my stomach and distress mo tor
some time afterwards.
"About a week ago I waa In Brandels
Stores drug department and saw a crowd
of people at the counter where this "Ton
Vita' Is being sold. I went up to the
counter and talked with one of the spec
ial lata there and he gave me a sample of
the medicine. I bought a bottle and be
gan the treatment- I saw immediato
results from the first dose, I now eat
and steep well and my food agrees with,
me. I feel strong one more and the
miserable nervousness and depression are
gone.' I cannot recommend this medicine,
too highly."
Thousands In Omaha are afflicted with;
the same trouble In a more or leas ag
gravated form, aaya the specialists who
are her Introducing "Tona Vita."
"The strain of modern city life," said
on of these specialists, "causes ir
regularitles with regard to eating and.
sleeping and produce a most miserable
condition of the body, which la known
to us as nervous debility, that modern
plague whose chief symptoms are Im
perfect digestion, bowel trouble, nervous
ness, depression of spirits, little vitality,
headaches, backachea, sluggish mind and
poor memory, dull palna In the back, poor
circulation, cold feet, susceptibility to
coughs and colds, dlxsy spells, spots be
fore the eyes, uneasy sleep and poor ap
petite. " "Tona Vita. continued ha, "will re
move this condition affording the right
food material for a complete rejuvenation
of all organs and their restoration to a
healthy, normal condition."
The "Tona Vita" specialists are ax
pVainlng the nature of their remarkable
remedy at Brandels Stores drug depart
ment, Sixteenth and Douglas streets,
south; aide, main floor, and are meetlnif
the public from a, m. to ft. p. m. Adv.
Red
Cross
Seals
Bring a Merry Christmas
Red Cross Seals Provide
These Things
Public Edsoitlaa
Hospitals and Sanatoria
Dupenaartei and Visiting Nunaa
These Prevent Tuberculosis
and Protect Your Home
Lttt Tear 1300,000 Worth Wert Soli
This Year a Minion la Needed from
Red Cross SeaJa
WILL YOU DO YOUR JftRT?
Red Cross Seats Coat only Ooe
Cent each, and ahould be tuad
oa Ihe back Of all Christmas Mad
U res caaaet bey aW Craw Walt la yaet tkaatow
V wruale
State Agent
IU City sTaUoaai lul B
Only a Few Days
Away
Remember how much trouble
you had last year how you
waited till tho last minute to
buy your Christmas presents -and
how cranky the tired clerks
were, and how you complained
that the goods were all picked
over and soiled, and you re
solved to shop early this year?
Do yout
On the want-ad pages of Tho
Bee will be found, under tha
classification of "For Christ
mas," a great many merchants
who are offering bargains tq
you if you will shop early.
Turn to the want-ad page
ON j ! ONE
CINT I CENT
EACH ; Vt' l! EACH
oi er ca, pobi-irce, w-r.a p. book wa
now.
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