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THE BEE: OMAHA. "WEDNESDAY, MAY 29,-1912.
There ft iwtt than wit front in outfitting the rhlMrew from
this wai- lua'H flat! aeltsfnrtloa aa ermBf b ready to
wear faraet Hire In nrtnra an to high standard to find aa
caatlet tnrosfa rate ljiiiipwisae nrpnmi.
aM a year.
Choice selections in serge and
Broadcloths In pretty shades of
gray, tan. blue and red, at HM.
tT-ao, M . . ami tiM.
at rosaea coats
the tinea era deliglitfuiiv varied
with strong values al f-M,
Marina Vests ...
Wool Vaata .....
Still and Waol ..
mac and white striped eerge
coala. TT-to aa Xa.
An attractive tot of Wash Bon
nets In 8arlaa and I,awn. prettily
trimmed la awaa and embroideries
t as. Ma, eoe, tsc iub. i-
a hetter line of Mand trade Bon-
neta, with feather stitching s'd
band embroidery, tl.ao, 11.7a, ,
aa. at-ao. . aad .
QaaJtit hot aasdie lutla Rata In
basnet effects of straws, mulla and
Salss from tao ta sua.
Thee ara la keen competition
lih el-ores' of pretty abapea In th
hat aectton a1Jolnlr
VTaavnuasr' SCOBS ob aal
all the lima.
Tarn an ap
ilii aanrainf ta sue.
aaa ta (like Vaata ...
I Marina Banda
.Tea ta KM I gitk and Wool
. Writ (or new catalogue.
IS IS-20 Far nam Street,
f l J ,!.
$10 ta 9igt
V.V.V.V. ' 'tea
Baptist Board of
Missions Cleared of
Charge of Waste
DEfl MOINK9 la- Mar 8 -The Assert-
cma Baptist foreign mission board vat
cleared of the chare of extravagance
by the a I moot unanimous action of hte
northern Baptist convention bar today
The board will not be restricted to the
um of tl.e for borne office expeodl
turea aa waa recommended by the com
mittee which made the report of eatre-
TS inerial committee alleced that the
board waa uawlae In expending ao great
an amount aa IM.W la the printing ana
lUstrthatlen at the mieelonary Jlteratur.
tranaportlns the entire aecreury member
ship to each national convention, main
taining Independent district eecretarfca
and In IU official management.
The report of the committee provoked
considerable discussion oa the floor of
the .convention. Mornay Williams, an
attorney ef '" Tor, and prominent In
a.ntiu e-lrelaa. made a stirring delens
of the boar, and when the rote waa
taken there were few deicfatee who did
not register ihelr volcea In favor of the
Ministers of the Baptist faith ara arfed
to solemnise aa marriage which doea not
have medical unction. In a resolution
adopted by the aonvenUoa .today- The
resolution also advised the teaching of
sexology to the voting by both parents
and teaheers aa a safeguard to these
students la later life.
The Keriyen-Mieppefd bill now pending
In congress which permits lha states to
regulate In their territories the shipment
of liquors for Ulegal use, received en.
Elected President !
of Tabor College!
TABOR, ta.. May JS. Special. r-At a !
recent meeting of the Tabor ejllege true- ;
tees. Rv. Walter H. Rolllna. pastor of I
rite First Congregational church of ;
Waterloo, la., waa elected president Rev. :
Mr. Rolllna la described aa a most sue- j
ceesfol pastor and a great money raiser, j
He la credited with having built up the :
Waterloo church, which Is awe of the i
prominent churches of the state. He la
expected to be aw tbe ground here at
the opening of the school year la Sep.
t ember. j
One of the truateea. Rev. C E. Wo d. j
pastor of the Congregational enure of i
Red Oak. waa elected to the chair of j
philosophy. Mr. Wood rartved the A. B. j
degree from Amherst collage. B. D. j
from Chicago Theological seminary and j
has done some post graduate work In j
Philosophy at the I nlverilty of Chicago. ;
Prof. Ivor A. Thomas waa elected dl- ,
rector of, the Conservatory of Music, :
Among other prepaia'lons for hfe ape-
deity Prof. Tnomas studied music 13 '
Letpalc for two years. Ha waa for four
yeare head of the coneervatory la Ne-
braska Westeyan university, and for
several years past has been learning In
Canada. He comes from Belleville, Can
ada, to Tabor. He leaves Canada beranse
the cHmate there la too severe for sons
of Ma family. - .
Bishop Stuntz Will
Preach Three Times
: on His First Circuit
General Strike of
LOKDO.V. May at-Ban Tilled, the sec
retary of the Pork, Wharf, riverside and
General Workers union of Great Britain
ni Ireland, said this afternoon that the
atacbhwrr tor a national strike had been
organised but wag being held la a hey.
ewe pending the result of a coats renee
between the strike leaders and the heme
office. The executive committee he said.
In leasee ta protest stronalr ta the soverre
mrnt satinet high army of flea la, the
Board of Trad and the noma office act
ing la aetiualea with the traaiport
"V nlfomwd Hooliganism." Is Tllletft
Characterisation of the police, Tllletl and
OosNa raareasnttas the traaapart work
org' strike commute in the course of aa
Interview with Reginald McKeauna, hum
secretary, offered Is eo-operats with the
borne office la fadltatlng transportatloB
of the necessary food supply for London.
Minn. At Port Bllaa the hVH-ond will
relieve the headquarters and First squad
ron Fourth cavalry, which Jams Its regi
ment at Fort Hsorhuca. Aria
Second Cavalry Will
. . Go to Fort Bliss
WASH1NQTOH. Msy H-Another regi
ment the Second cavalry, bow returning
from the rtilllpptnee Is to he sent to
Fort Bites. Tex., though It is declared
that ao waa)lke aignlflconoe aiiaohoe t
the order. .
The resident is due at Ban Fransiaea
June a aad waa arhrlneU destined for
Xert Maada, d. C, and Fort 8 selling.
Acres for Settlement :
Near Lander, Wyo.
UKKVKR. Wyo, May Js.-opeelal )-The
fsdetal government la making arrange
ments to dispose of tl.oot acres of land
on the Shoshona and Arapahoe Indian
reservation lo white settlers. , The Irriga
tion wotlts- war complete) yean ago, hot
the Indiana are too Indolent to take ad
vaatefe of Ihelr opportunities, and rather
than have the land lit Idle, the govern
ment will allow wblta farmers to settle
on ths farms, and either lease or purchase
outright from the Indiana. The dead In
(Baa lands are now being probated and the
lands Hated for sale or lease. The Indians
favor the government plan, for the ssle
of the lands means big money to then,
and where teased they are assured of a
steady Income of sufficient magnitude to
keep them In tobacco, feed for their
ponies and ammunition for their rtflea.
Tha 'settlement of these Indian lands
under the government ditches will nearly
double the population of Fremont county,
and win bring prosperity to all lines of
business. The lands In question are
capable of growing maximum crops of
grain, alfalfa, aotatoea, peas, beans, etc.,
and even frtrlt growing has heett success
ful on a small eesla. The lands of the
Wind River reservation ara among the
richest In ths west
PECULIAR FIRE RAGING
IN FILL NEAR BOONE
BOONE, to.. May II (Special.) Boone,
la-, la now having a fire that Is very
peculiar and which so far has baffled
tbe efforts of the fir department to ex
tinguish. The big fill en Sooth Marshall
street with a foundation of rubbish .ale.
Is oa firs and great clouds of smoke tr
pnuiina forth from the vraoks and (apt,
Tone of water have been poured Into
thee epenlnga. hut they are doing po
good and the department 'Is atltl out
there. Just how ths fir originated la
not known, but every effort ia ta
made to prevent It from aoreadmt. Juat
how the fire started Is a mystery. When
the fill-m was mad w (flows, old rnhhleh,
paper, etc., war used ss a bottom with
the dirt dumped oa lop. At times small
explosions can he heard and people have
been warned not ta paae over this unless
absolutely necessary, a rave-Ins are
liable lo occur at any moment.
Out a Few
OUT OF TOWN PAT
PIANOS SHIPPED EV
fare reimbursed to pur
chasers within a radius
of 200 miles of Omaha.
Freight prepaid. . Write
today NOW -for de
scriptive bargain list and
TtVm .f i v I
VJIiat Is Duffy's Pure Halt
aa it la an Doiutiy pur ojtitiiauon oi maneu
If grain, and aa nons but sound, elean grtlnj
eta b maltad, Duffy' Pur Malt Whiskey
la mad from Us most carefully as
lactad train of th field. It It a pra-
dlteaud liquid food In tha form or a
medicinal whisk; 11 palatablllty and
freedom from Injnrlou ubtanca ren
der it so that It can b retained by tna
stoat aaosttlv stomach. ,
It is lantla, invigorating ttlnulaat
and tonic that Influence for good erary
, Important origin of th body. It la s
remedy that should be in vrj family
A dicine For All Mankind
It bring Into action all tba vital forces; it make digestion perfect and
enabVpa you to get from th food you eat all th nourishment it contain.
It build op th nsrv tissues, tones up tbe heart,
gives power te the brala. strength aad elasticity
to th stnaclss and rkhncee to th blood.
It Is invaluable for tb overworked, detlcat
and sickly. It strengthen and uitaln tb
system, Ig promoter of good health and longev
ity, shakes tb old fee young and keep th
yoang streag aad vigorous.
It ta s wonderful remedy Is the prevention
and relist of atarveusneaa, typhoid, malaria, all
stomach trpublea, diseases of the throat aad
lung, aad is leoognlaed as s medicine by doc
tors of all school.
' Thousand! of letter bare been received
from men tnd women is all walk of Ufa, many
from those nearly 100 years old. extolling the
virtues of Daffy's Pure Malt Whiskey aa the
world's greatest medietas.
Sold a SEALED BOT
TI.K8 ONLY. Beware of
imitation and eubetim
tea. They ere positively
harmful and are sold for
profit only by unscru
pulous deeiera. Look for
the trade-Bark, th "Old
Chemist," on the label,
and he certain the seal
Ttr th cork Is ua
Sold by druggists, gro
cers and dealers or di
rect, ti e a large bottle.
the Duffy SUM Whiskey
BABY IS DANGEROUSLY
, INJURED BY A COCK
CIARION. Ia., May a.-tSpeelsl.V-
Harold. the t-year-year son of Mr. and
Mr. John Ttauschmsnn of this plsos.
Ilea dangerously low aa a result of al
most bleeding to death from wounds
made by a big cock when It attacked the
child. The little boy waa la the chicken
yard end stoooped down to pick up an
egg when the cock attacked hint. It
etrurk him la the neck with Us apura
severing the Jugular vein. The child's
mother waa able to staunch tbe flew of
blood until a doctor arrived.
CLEAR LAKE. Ia.. May 3.-(peclal
There must be quite a little ef the sen-,
U mental left la the nature ef Dr. Homer
C. Btunta, who waa elected bishop of
the Methodist Episcopal church, at the
general conference now being brought to
a eloss st MtnnespoUe. When he waa
ordained a preacher at the annual con
ference the held at Mason City la 1J.
hi first charge was at Chelsea, a small
place near Belle Plains. With Chelteu
were two other country appointments aad
Rev. Stunts served these three charge
and thoroughly enjoyed the work. When
this last quadrennial conference was
called K waa generally thought that, Mr.
Stums would be selected aa a bishop and
this took a good many of his old parlah
tonare of hi first rharge to Minneapolis.
When he waa nominated and elected on
the first ballot, an honor rarely paid a
candidate, there waa general rejoicing.
And now the announcement la made that
Bishop Stunts will visit Chelsea next
Hundny and not only preach there,, hut
on that day will del ver three sermons.
one In each of these first charges. Bishop
Stunts is the second lows preacher to be
elected to thla, the highest position In
J W V
AND READ THIS
CUR SAL! VERtGOClG
START SOffiTUDXi ill
SPECIALS WORTH INVESTIGATING
' ' a'twera "eves Si o tea.
r-rriRT UOtXllC-Ader hurrying te bar
feuehana s room in the night end com-
lalning she wss erperiemlng great alf
rultv In breath Ins. hire. John Riles
died In her husband's arms, aa he
wrrled her to a oouoh. Mm. Biles waa
ths' mother of nine children. Her age
waa inrty-two years.
POUT rwlWF,onwreasman Frank r.
Woods, today snnuunced that aa a re
sult of sirlnxent examitiatlona taken last
week by young men deetroue or entering
the naval ai-adeiny at Annapolle. II. r.
GHImnre of Webster City will have that
privilege tr he peases the examinations at
Annapolle thlt, lall. Tha young man
made the uautual giade of tst out of a
poasibls MO. Carl Kullenback of of Fort
Uodaa Is alternate witn tne guoq graaa
GLLOKADtrUV. Henry atncaier, tne
flrat Dunkard preacher to IVcach in
Onindy and Hardin counties, more than
fifty years ago, dies at Mrnea, nan.
Al.lKN The Alden High school team
today won the Hardin county High eenool
championship by beating (he A.-.,iy leant
by the eoor of to . titner name mat
competed In the annual chamnio'tth'p
series, were Eldorado, Iowa Falls and
OaJNBVA Probably the orly claea of
Its kind that waa graduated from an
low high school In tha stale wat, giadu
ated here HI it tlht. The cites c,.K,t
of five boya Another peeuliainv of the
class Is that th standing oi au toe mem'
bar is sxcepnonslly high.
DEMS MEET AT GRAND ISLAND
(Continued from First Page!
ROCKEFELLER IS EVASIYE
(Continued from First Psge.1
Dainty White Pumps I
FOR DECORATION DAY !
Satis, . Qon
MeUl or Tan
Host all Fas
ti dious Wo
man art To
rhey seem to
lues t Tooch to
right with the men selected and etlit
snce wss preferred along that lire by
Tlbbets and one or two at Iters.
Mullen then moved another amendment
that the el females selected be pledged
ta Champ Clara.
Mr. Cowen of Stanton shouted : How
about those delegates elected for Har
mon. Mr. Bryan and Tan Ravenaugb of Fair
bun got Into a wordy battle arras tha
hall and the Falrbury statesman had the
temerity to tell tha great democratic
leader that he waa wrong and that his
pmpoelttoa waa unfair.
Mr. Cowea then brought paaos by mak
ing k motion that the alternates be In
structed to vote the same aa their dele
sates were Instructed.
Joha Zlnk, he of the nine-foot bed sheet
tame, then took the floor and said that
he did hot appro ire of the plan, as he
feared for what other democrats would
say out over the state.
16 15 cV DOUGLAS.
INVITED TOJYSTER BAY
t?oeitnned from Para One 1
Arthur L Vorys of Ohio end E. C. Dun
can of North Carolina, a I of whom are
friendly to President T7Va candidacy.
The rulee of the national committee
and the procedure of former convention
ara opposed te such action. It at claimed
by Tart managers snd by many republi
can leader here that the delegate to
the Chicago convention from any state
have no legal standing aad aa authority
to elect a national committeeman, antll
Ihelr credeabaas have beast passed oa by
the existing national committee aad later
by tbe credentials ejoeamtttea of the caa
proxy to Indicate hew yen are voting?"
he waa asked
"Here ia one ef many proxies" be
gan the witness. -
'You are not answering ths questloa,''
Interrupted Mr. Untarmeyer.
I signed tiiis proxy because It came
from some of ths re.rgantsers of the
Standard Oil company," replied Mr.
Rockefeller. "I aseunied thai these
person were the one that a era carry
lag out ths mnndetea of th court."
Her th yVaters-Pierce attorney
wanted lo knew what Individuals hs had
la mlsd. .... . -i
The witness then named ever "Mr. Mot-
fatt. Mr. Bedford. Mr. Pratt, Mr. Ar
nold aad Mr. Jennlnge." a these engaged
ta reorganisation of the Standard Oil
"I looked on them as a group of men.'
he explelned, "who wore conducting the
reorganisation. 1 assumed that thsse gen
tlemen, familiar with the oil bualm
knew what wa beet and aa lwaa not
know what as best, 1 had lo accept
MeMlaas CoastHated Ceatevl.
Previous testimony at tha hearing had
shown that Mr. Rockefeller-a holding of
Waters-Pierce Moek. amounting ta about
on quarter of tlie total were turned
over lo be voted In favor of Standard
Oil atea aa officers ef tbe Weters-Pteros
company. His proxies and that of other
Standard Oil directors were turned down
by the inspectors at the election at 8t.
Louts last February oa the ground that
to vote them would have been in -tola.
tloa of a decree of th United Stales
"DM you understand that bold Inge of
these gentlemen, added to your owe.
constituted a control of the Wstere-
Plerc company V continued Mr. L'ater
"I know that the Pierce Interests did
not have a control and that my holding
liberated would gtv the gentlemen.
Those Interests war outside of Mr.
Pierce a control"
"Too haven't answered my question."
"I am unable to tell all the holding
of these gentlemen." ssld the witness
Mr. Rockefeller." almost shouted Mr.
Untermeyer, "tf w have got to stay
her sll eight. win hecsut I am
going to have my question answered.'
Kvaslve Taetlce Contlnate.
'! didn't make any catculatloa. 1 mad
aa study st ail. 1 knew merely that tne
aggregate of these outside holdings was
la the neighborhood of 7 per cent "
"That doran't answer my questloa.
tnd you know that the holding of these
men In ehsrge of the Standard Oil re
organisation, added to yours, made a
majority of the Wat era-Pierce stock?"
repeated Mr. latenaayar. .
I never made a computation." said
You'll answer thai questloa before
w get through." tareetened Mr. Unter
-I submit that I ass not getting proper
answers to thee questions, i am annuls
to get a categorical answer to a single
a. But 1 asa going te get aa answer
K I have to May her all night," h re
"It la not Intentional. I am trying to
answer the heat I can," aald Mr. Rockefeller.
Change in Grain
Rates from Omaha
Held to Be Lawful
WASHINGTON. May S.-The with
drawal of pro portions ta freight rates oa
grain and grain producta from Kansas
City, Omaha and Council Bluffs to cer
tain milling points In Wisconsin, leaving
local rate only In effect, waa decided by
the Interstate Commerce commission to
day not to result Iri unlawful discrimina
tion In favor of Chicago and Milwaukee
A Sal Ctahar Oae.es etaea
DLAU-Ad. Tax. Mar B-hecnrwbsg
hero today from their LSts-asHe swing
taretign the center or Twxaa. tne Aaaoct
aaed iutreeriaiag Crohn ear ilmsitra woaaoi
sa ihesr- s-rmimi ma i tsnlua anal peaiim
ar thatr sasraao lloassahi (ha l asted
You will tone up your
system and fed better for
takinm the morniaA siaaa of
est acy IMP
i 4S mk7m
isiJ II VM
TKBMS It Makes ao differfmrtt how Uttle joa wish to par. V will acrerit anything wtthrn rrasoa.
JSia SCHr.lOLLER & MUELLER K
Msnafarlurent, WhvlesMilcr, Retailer. Oldest Piano Uoaae ia tiks Wewt,
Waiters in Two New
York Hotels Strike
NEW YORK. May M.-Evry welter la
the Holland houae walked out on strike
during the luncheon hour today to loin
their brethren from th Hotel Kalckar
bockrr. who struck last night.
The places vacated by 20 waiters who
went out at the Hotel Knickerbocker last
night on strike for higher wanes and
shorter hours, were nearly all filled by
strike breakers, according to James M.
Regan, proprietor of the hotel. There was
no disorder today.
Joseph Fleter. leader of th strikers, de
clared that the atrlke would be extended
te every hotel In the Hotel Men'a associa
tion that did not grant the watt era" de
mands. This Includes many of the city's
best known establishments.
W, M. t . China.
ST. PALL. Neb.. May 3.-W. H. C.
China, one of St. Paul's most prominent
oltUsns. died Sunday after an Illness of
only a few deya. Death waa caused by
pneumonia. Mr. China moved to st.
Paul from Indiana In 1S82 and haa con
stantly resided here since. He was a
man highly reapected by all who Knew
him, waa prominent In public affairs and
wa formerly xnayor of Bt. Paul. H is
survived by his widow and three children:
Chsrlea Chlnn. cashier of the Ord Stste
bank of Ord, Neb.; Grant Chtnll of Bt.
Paul and Mrs. Mary Nicholson, also of
St. Paul. The funeral was hsld Tuesday
morning from ths residence of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Nicholson. He waa visiting hi
daughter when he was suddenly taken
4ck and never ' regained sufficient
strength to be moved to his own home, '
Mrs. Thoaeao Bath.
AUBURN. Nab.. May a.-tSpedel.)-Mrs.
Thomas Bath died at her home her
last evening at I o'clock after an limes
of several months. Several weeka ago she
was taken to Omaha and operated on
for gall atonea, but gained no relief. Mrs.
Bath was about M years of ag. Bhe and
his husband. Thomas Bath, reared a large
family of children. Bhe waa the daughter
of William Jonas, an early settler, of
this county and Is an aunt of William H.
Jones, sheriff of Nehema county.
Job a . Masrerr-
OTTUMWA, la.. Msy 38. -John B.
Mowery, aged 71, president of tbe largest
National bank ef Ottumwa and aumaroua
smaller bank la southwestern Iowa, died
today after aa lUnesa of several months.
Mr. Mowery was a native of Knox county.
Illinois, and cam to this county la HTa
Persistent Advertising I the Road to
Mereaaeata at Occam Steamers.
ton. arrtres. ".
. . ...run St.... i. STeMrta.
HAM St RO Aeiertka
NAriJ .awents M
OMS'KJW ... MMwreis.
PALKKUO I"!' ."i'
RREUKX O. Wesstastea.., P. l rmsaue.
aa ee-ievn M '
We have received this
spring a lot of elegant new
things made by the Oorham
Co., in Sterling Silver. ,
OVER $2,000 WORTH
We have taken special
pains to get a big line for
$5.00 Presents, $10.00 Pres.
ents and $15.00 Presents.
Have a look. Yon are al
ways welcome in our store.
C. B. BROWN CO.,
16th ft Faraam, Omaha, Neb.
Greatest Saving Opportuni.
ties Ever Known Will Be
Offered the Buyers in
This Big Sale.
WATCH SUNDAY BEE
; ' l - for the Big Ad. j
More beautiful than ever
, A First Class Restau
rant entirely, enclosed
with screen. . ,
Dancing in the Grand
Ball Boom. Fine Music.
Many other attractions.
Admission to Park Free
combineaquali tfand economy. Mot
cap ro th aoan'd beeaoss of the
splendid rorTc growths. Supsrb
aroma, becatwe of the biead.
On pound will convince jo, t SS
( pound at jovt tracer's.
See fast He seal hi saeeasaa
TONC mOtn Dm Meaaaee), la.
These are tw kisas as aeacsa,
leaf sad "stasis"
I3S-1S7 West 4Ttk Sireat.
K. V. CITY. ,
(Oe reat Eos af Breodaaf.
. ... -". Uieaur. olub aaai haul
Xrtea; convenient to ail car Usee,
an exceptsooal ucehwitra. xuvmi
fth private beta tta per day.
rlL Srmat Caatral tMatsoo, Broed
war cars without traoafar. os
7 - .i. iri i sea Avaaua
ears wtuaei oi"'
H. B. aHARBSV ProiV
-ep.' It -alU pax yop. to
K (at your eld bats
w-' cleaned and reblocked.
First class wot at moderate price.
JSchmar$M' Hat Factory
lata aad California.
Oa Might Oaly, Prlday, May at.
"Frlcss: hOo a tl. Boaea, KM aad (1.
The aealar Clase of th Omaha Klgh
ecaool. Preaeata "aobart Marakall s
TlagUag Comedy Braaaa,
"A Royal Family"
labors te Proaartloa, Oast at rirty,
laetadlaf eraea aaloa. aa
geata at araadsls Bos Office
Only OaaahartAVI ir.MTMfT"
1 ahowuig of a- s suwtii FOToea
. T A"JTJSTTXI.a Includes Brows aad
' Hod see, Indian cartoonists: Tony Lowis.
Blackface: Olrdeller'a Doge; "Scour"
' Burton alngs Lauder's songs. Pictures
'changed dally. New vauaevil! TSare-
COM AsTT TTBtB; WA fH IlBt
' .- ' ' " V
Entertainers & Photo Plays
Dine Out Doors
Tsese. Eveiist 7 23, 1912
A sal tried by
- stase. Seals ernnahy, stoprano.
1ttft, SOc, 7Sc, $1.09 ut $l.r I
ww Oa awsa At aw mt,
The AJk-aar-Soa Opera tie taslstg ta tba
TTCggTg Oil lw&U.
sonrs-oi sTrearT yxrwa u
ruaOao Ooaasmay. Lliliaa RooseiL
Fay Templetoa. Wlliuuc Collier
Oeorge Beratn. Besete Clayton, John
T. Kelly. Ada Loan. Helena Collier
Gsrrirt and Weoer ana KleMs.
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