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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BJGB: SEPTEMBER 21, 1U1U
tilYM THE DREGS A MST.head op the salvation abmy
FORCES IN OMAHA.
Salvation Army Ever Extending Its
Helping Hand to Many ,
UTILIZING WASTE MATERIALS
Ortnntralton Picks Up and Use
Sifter Cnat Oft Articles and Pnta
Them Where fher Will Do
Someone Elae Good,
The little bands of devoted men and
nvomen In unlforma who hold religious
services on the streets or All ot our largo
towns And cities can give the casual
passerby only the faintest notion or the
great constructive work which the Sal
vation army Is dotns Roosovelt
Captain It. Holllster Kline, manager ot
the Omaha, Salvation Army Industrial
home, and his foreman were standing
on the lone freight receiving platform
of the newly finished Salvation ArmyJn
dustrfal home, located In the Old Model
Laundry building at 1110-1112 East Dodge
street when a wagon heavily laden with
household furniture In charge of two men
drove up and 'proceeded to deposit Its
burden. The latter consisted of an Iron
bed, mattress, springs, a dining room
table, some chairs and a cook stove. No
sooner had the load been deposited than
the" "wagon hastened to make way for
another which brought a huge load of
aid waste paper, together with several
largebundlea of magazines. Instantly
a number of men in response to a call by
the foreman began unloadlnff this wagon
and conveying the content! to the large
storeroom reserved for this purpose, tho
Waste paper to remain there until dropped
through specially arranged chutes to the
baling machine In the basement, whllo
the magailnes were carefully assorted
and put away until needed by the prisons
and hospitals. The. whole transaction,
occupying a few minutes, was conducted
In a Bystematlo and efficient manner
which bespoke the nillltary training and
marked organising ability of tho chief.
Oyportnnlty to Make Oood.
For these men were derelicts In the oh
rushing stream of Ufo and their ener
geto conduct waa the effort to make
cood with the man who was giving them
an honorable opportunity to get on thatr
icet again when all else in the world
had seemingly been dented them.
The captain's clear, gray eyes twinkled
behind his glasses and he spoke a word
of encouragement to his assistants.
"You eee," he said, pointing to the in
creasing pile of waste paper, "we put
waste labor .on waste material and con-
,vrt It into a marketable "commodity. Ar
tides that the citizens of Omaha destroy
or discard as useless we gather up and
turn Into food, clothing and shelter (or
men a neea. i ao not want to give a
bum or a gfrafter anything. I do all I
can to discourage ahlftlessness and in
temperance ana win rtpt neip a man
while ho 4s under, the influence of liquor
or dope. This institution Is run for the
workihgman who needs a lift. Mind you,
I said worklngraan. It is the first estab
lishment In Omaha of an up-to-date com'
- prehenslve. plant and plan fdr the han
sling of . worklngmen who are tempo
rarlly up against It. And I have the sat
tsfactlon of knowing that wo are helping
hundreds ' of worthy men to reorganize
their Uvea and get a new start. Why,
iook nere, exciaimea the captain, Kls
eyes shining with the glow of the-true
Propagandist of optimism, "here is the
statement for the six months ending June
K, Purine that period 190 men were
admitted, and 103 passed out. We". served
8,8n meals' tp inmate; and furnished
t,0S3 beds, while 421 meals and m beds
wero given away without oharge. We
gavj to the worthy, who Vera in need,
717 garments, 72 pairs of shoes, 21 pieces
or turniture, Zl5 loaves of broad and lur
. nlshed transportation to a number of
young -boys who were trying to get to
their libmes In Denver, Minneapolis and
other- places. During that time our pay
roll ranged from $35 to 170 a week. We
endeavor to be practical in our giving
Curid At Home
n Here? tbencfct I wewld Sk1! Agahe
. ami jryrajMia rue- Ke7 res
, f Me Xelp--48icfc.
Many u but. -x v i toon cured
by just a trial package of Pyramid Pile
Remedy. It always proves its value and
you can get the regular stzo CO cent box
from any druggist, but be sure you get
the kind you ask for.
Simply send your name and address to
Pyramid DrUg Co., 47$ Pyramid Bldg..
Marshall, Mich., and you will rncelye a
sample package of the great Pyramid
Pile Remedy in plain wrapper, by return
mall, all charges prepaid.
Save yourself from the surgeon's knife
and Its torture, the doctor and his bills,
pyramid Pile Bemedv will do t, and
thousands of testimonials tell you em
phatically it is the world's remedy for
CAPTAIN H. Jt. K&INE.
Office For Rent
The largo room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens
White Goal Co.
Nica Faxnam strest front
age. About 1,500 square
fe'st of floor space with
large vault. -Extra en
trance from court of tbi
Fine office fixtures are ot.
H fcred for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil Bee office.
cose, bow 4 z
tra striaare at S3. 00,
R.OO, gr.OO. S8.60,
810.00. $15.00. 23
old on Easy Pay.
Writ ( Vr Catulei at Uulul
A. HQSPE CO.
Bmct U Otaaka. .
and place the aonmioira -wnore we do- j
llevo they will do the most good. A j
woman's home burned down this sum- j
mer and we gave her, without one cent
of cost,' a complete outfit of furnttW.
comprising carpets, bed, chairs, tables,
a stoVo and all that waa needed to make
Please bear in mind," he continued,
"this was all accomplished with only
limited facilities and accommodations.
When I came here a year ago last August'
there were accommodations for only five
men. Now we keep eighteen to twenty
five men constantly employed, at the
present time using twenty men and five
wagons. We give these men their room
and board and outfit them with such
clothing as they require, in addition to
which we pay each of them frorn II
to 8 & week. Our object is to keep
them busly employed until thpy are able
to fnd & situation elsewhere. They are
made to be self supporting and yet no
man ever came to my place In honest
need and was. turned away. I believe
that an ablebodled man should support
himself or should bo taught how to, do
so. I do not believe In Indiscriminate
charity. I believe that charity, Ilka man,
is sometimes blind, and frequently mis
guided. I believe that to give money un
thinkingly, to give It without considering
how It is to be used, Instead of being
for tho good of our fellow creatures, may
often prove the greatesMnJury we could
Inflict upon them. In short, I believe that
charity which merely consists In giving
Is an Idle indulgence often an idle vice.
And I believe that a man should be
permjtted and encouraged to work "for
What Is offered him and thereby main
tain his manly self respect.
'There are some who critic ze tha sal
vation Army Industrial work for beirfg
self supporting. It Is self supporting as
a matter of deliberate policy. I do not
admtrp dependent Institutions any more
tnan I aam)re enronjeamy oepenaent indi
viduals. After the necessary Initial equip
ment and founding expenses has been
mot, and when tn final, running" ordsr,
the Industrial Homo In Omaha and in all
other cities as well, will be, and Is, self
supporting. It has cost in round figures
the sum of $5,000 to put the Omaha Insti
tution where It Is today. Of ths sum
8 bout 13,000 Is yet owing for equipment
This home was not founded to meet the
needs of today only, but waa planned
(.0 fill all the requirements of the Greater
Omaha of five and ten yews' hence, when
the need for its ministrations will be
vastly Increased. It is my special task
to plan, organise and cstabtlsh such Insti
tutions as this wherever the need seems
ireatest, and Omaha, by reason of the
plendld 'yromlae ,0f futuro growth was
hosen by me as the site of one of these
In Response to Demand.
"The Industrial home In Omaha, how.
evert" continued Captain-Kline, ''was not
established for the benefit or tne salva
tion Army, but In response to -an in
sts'tent demand on us to take care qf the
man who s down and out. We contlnu
ally receive men from the various char
(table organitattpna of the city and we
give. tnr) needed aid. Judge Foster of
the police court regularly turps men over
to ui. only a few days ago a young man
(roni out-of-town was robbed ot all his
money, and being found wandering aim
lessly about the streets was taken to the
"olfce station' Upon hearing his story
Judge Foster instead of placing; htn In
ii cell sent him to me, and ye kept him
until he wis able lorece!ve money from
home for which ha bad written. When
Ihe funds came he paid fqr his lodging1
and expressed appreciation ot the fact
that we had kept him out of jail. I tell
you no self-respecting man likes to be
placed behind the bars, even it only for
his own protection, and we spare many
a man that humiliating experience." The
captain laughed. "Why a short time
ago," ha continued, "a boy about j years
old came to Omaha with ISO tn his pocket
to see tne sights, tie reu in with a
chauffeur and the latter agreed to show
him a chauffeur's verilon of the "Oreat
White Way." With tho assistance of the
chauffeur and two girls the young main
succeeded in getting rid of his ISO in .short
prder, and then the chauffeur had him ar
retted for failure to pay a f20 taxi bill and
he was taken before judge Foster. The
judge didn't want to put the boy In Jail,
so he sent him to me, and by giving hm
wow to. ao no was nnauy able to get
enough money together to square himself
and at the same time was spared the
stigma of a term tn prison.
tmililnjc Watte paper.
"Would you like to Inspect the place?"
asKa me captain. "1 Know you are
curious concerning the use we make ot
all this old papermost visitors are. Come
with me ana x win give a demonstration
pf my Wjmark that we apply waste Jabor
Ho then led the day to where man
with r riko was pulling' scraps of paper
out or a storage bin and dumping tt Into
a chut which led down to the basement
In the basement a man stood beside .
largo baling machlnw and when a sufft
dent quantity had been received he pro
oeeded, to compress the loose material
Into huge bales as high as his head and
weighing about 700 pounds. The bale
were wrapped in sacking, bound with
heavy baling wire and placed In a stor
age section of the basement ready to be
delivered when needed.
"This is one of the means whereby we
succeed In making- the institution elf
supporting." remarked Captain Klin.
"From tha proceeds of the sale of this
and ot other castoff articles we pay the
wagea ot the men employed here, the
rent, food and other necessary charges.
During the first six months ot tho pres
ent year we baled and aOld 15,079 pounds
of paper, 7,81s pounds of old ras and
S.G5S pounds ot excelsior. And this does
not begin to measure the vast amount ot
waste In the city ot Omaha. Do you
know that enough waato material Is de
strayed every year by the housewives and
business concerns ot Omaha to feed,
clothe and shelter an army of homeless
yet worthy men Do you realise that
enough value in old newspapers is burned
in this city ev"ory twelve months to care
for these men during tha hard days Of
winter? Do you appreciate the fact that
the presence of these men is an economic
burden upon the whole mass of our cltU
xenehlp and that this burden can be
greatly lightened and practically removed
by utilizing the various waste article of
the household and mercantile concerns
which customarily are thrown In th ash
barrel or the flames? We hear complaint
on every ido ot the high cost ot living,
but we go right ahead and Ignore one ot
the. Important leaks In our economic eye
tern that helps to make tt so. For waste
la a leak, an appalling drain on our na
tional resources, and la pne of our great
est national taxes. And every article ot
clothing, every pound of paper, every
bundle ot excelsior or old rags not utlllxed
to the last shred is merely an addition to
this tax which bears down upon us all.
It the good people of this city only knew
it, they could render a distinct economlo
assistance to the -whole community by
allowing this waste to be converted Into a
commodity of value and thereby in come
measure aid in solving the vor Increasing
problem of unemployment that is begin
ning to attract the attention of the most
thoughtful statesmen of our times."
Clothlnir Alt Sorted Oat.
On the first floor of the spacious build
ing we were conducted through the
salesroom. Here, neatly hung on iron
racks and coat hangers such as uptown
stores display, was a varied assortment ot
mens clothing, some of it new and all
neatly cleaned and repaired. On com
modious display shelves were doaens ot
pairs of discarded shoes ranging In stylos
from dainty eatln ballroom slippers for
women to huge boots suited for the
worklngmen. On a long counter was dls
played white goods in wide variety which
had been carefully clecned and all day
long women and girls were turning them
over and examining them as critically as
their more fortunate sisters are in the
habit ot doing in the large department
stores. On a stand of shelves was a
goodly assortment of books, not the least
ot which was a law library ot no mean
proportions. Arranged around the. room
were beds, tables, chairs and othor homo
hold furniture, while in an adjoining room
were a number of cook stoves, heatlnit
stoves, oil heaters and gas stoves. Stoves
are in much demand at the present time
and many poor people ar? enabled to
seouro here needed household articles
which would otherwise be beyond their
scanty financial means. Anotlier room
was p(led to, the celling with neatly folded
overcoats and winter undorwear which
Will prove all too meager for the de
mand the frosty months wli exact. On
this floor also Is the tub and shower
bath and lavatories.
On the second floor are the dormitories
of the Industrial hotel, which is operated
in connection, iters in r. large and airy
room neatly Painted in ..blue and white
are twenty-two, comfortable white iron
cots while twenty-two private rooms ad-
joinisgr, each with a cot,, table and cha)r
nave, just receives their final coat ot
paint. All the furnish ngs in this depart
roent. the cots, ajattrewes, tables, chairs,
sheots and pillows' are hew &hd nMit.
The prices to he charged wtl bo 1$ cents
for a private room more elaborately fur-
njsnea. Here nts,n low in funds and
temporarily uncertain regarding his 1m
mediate future mpy come and be assured
of A safe and clean plac to spend the
night at a nominal price. Pn another see-
moj? ox mis, oor is tne repair shop, the
carpenter shop and th& paint shop where
mi articles .received are Inspected and
nut in first Class nnrilH
rpen Umpe-rarliy stranded and In refuge
here are skilled mechanics and artisans
and the rork done on all of these
nicies is of the best. In fact. 4h
whole bulldihjrhas been put in ts present
excellent condition by mfcn who did the
work in exchange for food ana shelter
under tho personal superAlslpn of Cap
tain Kline, who takes pride in what they
The Mast t ait.
Not the least Important department of
the' home Is the kitchen. rAai ,
.by a man who knows how to please the
"-t-- Miliar man ana wno pre
pare dally menu ot good wholesome
food fqr the workers. In the. morning
a break(aat of mush and milk and hot
cakes with butterlne, syrup and coffee )e
served, for dinner, corned beef, boiled or
fried potatoes, spaghetti, bread, butter
natjf 4aa m. A . .
" ior supper, tea, oormjq
beef hash, fried potatoes, stewed driM
peaches, bread and bytter. Adjoining
tho dining room Is a sitting room with
newspapers and magazines on the table
where the men may gather after the
day's work is finished.
Tito Satles Room.
The salesroom on the first floor af
fords an excellent kaleidoscope of Inter
esting phases bf human nature. He,re la
a worklngmen displaying every evidence
of Industry trying on coats. At last,
after many trtJs and after Iqoktng at
himself critically In the long pier glass,
whiph remains yet to b sojd, he finds
a suit to satisfy him arid gpln to the
counter asks the kind.faeed elderly,
woman the price. She looks at It, The
whole suit has been renovated, and re
paired and has evidently berl hut little
worm "Oh, I guess you can have that
for a dollar, she says. Not an exceisive
profit in that, surely. The coat, wajst
coat and trousers are thp wrapped up
and the purchaser, plutchng his bargain,
Captain Kline and the vs(tor looked
on. "To some people those things ore
rubbish," he said. "TJjey are only too
glad to get rid ot them. But it would
do my heart good it they realized the
"See. this is some of it." Ue called
attention to a pile ot discarded women's
clothing-, Jackets, cloaks, skirts, all per
fectly clean- A eroup ot women was
Struggling and tUgg?ng with It and talk
ing In a perfect babej of tongues, all
eager to get the worth ot the limited
funds they had to expend for wearing
apparel, Thee are fd to them at prices
ranging from cents tv II. in many ln
stances a man's svllt Is received that if
practically unworn. Ip such cases tha
arment ts teat W the cleaner and then
I a a A . . . ' . . .
eoia -or irom fs to p. uptown they
would "bring from $ to t4 and to all
Intents they are new."
Captain Kline's books show that every
penny received in the sale of material
or for the rent of bed or roome Is Ac
counted for, as well as every cent ot
expenditure, the excellent set of books
giving an Insight Into the volume of
business done each day,
Have you trouble with
A lady said to us the other day: "The thought of hav:
ing a dress made, makes me sick."
See Kilpatrick's Monday and you'll
he care free on this subject at least
We have planned and experimented for sometime, and
now are able to announce that we are ready to take your
orders for a one or f u;o-piece dress, made to your rneas
ureu; marfe-finished by expert women arid man
tailored. A va& variety of different &yl$s to choose
from, giving an identity, exclusiveness and ' individuality
to each and every dress- and the price will be ' . ,
for the making.
Select your materials and leave your orders on 'Mon
day morning at the dress goods section
First on deck! First served!! Fit guaranteed.
We miss our guess if this is not the most important
announcement in today's papers.
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co.
Don't pass the silk counter Monday without taking a pfeep at the new silk
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Odd JtllOws to Unveil Memorial
TO CELEBRATE COLUMIUS DAY
VprlqwM Itallnia Societies PlB!as;
to Mold n qig1 Dejnonstr&ttoa en
tke Anniversary of Ami
South Omaha .lodge, No, lis, Indepen
dent Order pf Odd Fellows, will dedicate
the triple memorial n)onUment erected to
their dead at Qraoeland Park cemetery
today- Norrls Urown will deliver the
oration of tho day and A. C. Fanooaat
will preside, at the services. Rev. R. L.
Wheeler of the first, Presbyterian church
will perform the dodjestory etrvlce.
The dedication servloea will begjrr at S
o-qo?K, s.unougn mp local wage nu on
called .tp meet at its hall an hour earlier,
Prom Twenty.fourth and N street to
the cemetery the local lodt. tosftther
with the visiting odd Fellows from sun
rounding towns, wl) tate special oars.
Secretary t-ew Stter says fveryone Is In
vited to attend,
.the following Is to be the program.
Presiding officer, A. p. Pancoastl
Invocation, Kav. S. H. Terian. .
Music, quartet, . , ,
Address of the day, KorrU Brown.
"Bebekabs," Mrs. Kmma Tafbot. grand
Unveiling ot monument. Canton' SSxra
Wlliara, to. l, ana usnipn I'roa j. la-
Dedicatory services, .Chaplain Oeorjre A.
Bradley and nv, Robert IT Wheeler.
Benediction. Rev. Harold I Bowt-p-Committee
on Arrangements Fred H.
Lush. E. n. Leigh, Thomsjt 1. Galloway,
E. K. Roberts, I6n AUgoy oqd Law
Officer of the Day Thomas' J. Galloway.
Ail Odd Fellows and Bebekah and their
friends wl meat at the Odd Fellow hUl
at Twenty-fourth and M streets, South
Omaha, at 2 p. m. to march from ther
to Twenty-fourth Ana It irts ind then
countermarch to Twenty-fourth and N
street, when cars will be waiting.
The following lodges from Omah. Couth
Omaha, Benson and Florence will take
parr in me paraae ana exercises;
Canton Eira. Millard, No. 1; Canton t
ter, No. V Butn Rebekeh. Wo. U Ivy Re-
bekabi No. M; Alpha nebekabi "O. :
Omaha, No. t; State, No, 10; Wosa, No.
lft; Pannbrog, No, 2U! Btqion, No. ti
Florence, No. TTC; Pannebrog, No. 251;
South Omaha, NO. US.
Benson lodge No, tn will celebrate the
lifting ot the mortgage from list ball
with a banquet Moqdiy evening. Judge
Sutton will be the principal speaker.
Dunoon cistlo of South Omaha will
entertain Us members Wednesday even
ing. September H t Odd Fellows' boll,
opposite the South Oman poatofflea Al
Royal -IlUhlond'ers &r cordially Invited
Fernoilffe cattle of Omaha will hold
nd meeting Wednesday, September tt, as
all members of thU castle are invited to
Attend a meeting ot Dunoon castle at
south Omaha. These dealring may meet
at Easier hall. IU0 Harney street, and
arrange to leave In A body promptly at
I p. tn.
Junior Order American Mechanic,
MOHUJGENT TO BE PEOIOATED AT
SOUTH 0MA3CA TODAY.
rtNvrciLTNO OF MEMOniATj TO . T1K
ATTENDED BY ALU LOCAL ODD
Ait momWfl of Omaha council. Junior
Order United American Mechanics, have
beet requested to do present tor wur
n tha first degree at the Fafcton block
boll Monday evening, I p'clock sharp.
Woodmen of the World.
LtthUAnlan camp' No. 414 will dance Sat
urday avenlns; at the New pettltrs' hA,
Thlrtr-slxth and U street, South Om&b-
Schiller camp No. VH Is arranglntr for
a eliss introduction for the first meeting
In October at the German Home.
Joseph Wolf, deputy or;anter for the
Bohellan camps, Is seriously 111 at his
German-American camp No. 104 will
Introduce, a class ot candidates, October
Boptmlan camps, Is seriously 111 at his
and Dorcas street.
John tfOvalewskl, clerk of Sobelska
camp No. 70, reports a flock of candl
dates for their first meeting In Oc
tober at Sheely.
Thomas C. Mustaln, chairman of the
Omaha Beynwur Camp No. Ii entertain
ment committee, wilt give a dance at
the Board of Trade building, Tuesday
evening, for the membership.
Mrs. Kmma B. Manchester, supreme
guardian of the Woodmen Circle, is it
Wichita, Kan., with Mr. Manchester,
who Is very HI.
Tribe of Ben liar.
Next Thursday night will be an open
eight at Mecca court, when tbe mem
bers will entertain their friends, At their
new hall. iKA Hornay street. An excep
tionally fine musical program has been
arranged, after which thero wllj be a i-
ceptlon to give tbe members an op
portunity to meet the new chief.
V(II Celebrate Cotuuibus Dajr,
Representatives of. the five Italian lo'
oletle, towtt: Giovanni d'Ameglle, Dal
Cenltlo alia Etna, Cristofaro Colurabo,
HumbeY first lodge, M. B. A., and Omaha
Italian Benevolent association, met at J
the Roma, bote last MostaW even!g, to
form an organisation to oelsbrate Cel-
umbua day, on Monday, October 14, mxt
it. J. Piaui waa sejeotea as cr.JrmH
Sebastian 6aerno as trtaturer, and
Julius CAntoni a secretory. Arrange
ments .were made tor a monster parade
and an entertainment in the evening. A
general Invitation wan extended to the
Knights ot Columbus, and all other leeat
societies to take pArt In the celebration,
and a committee was appointed to In
vite the city and cOimty oflclAis and the
judge to 'participate. The meeting was
a vpry entnusiostio one, ana comtorf
able sum wm realised to take core of
the expenses. Every Italian resident of
the city and county will b Invited to
Join the parade and each on Of the
five Italian societies will be preceded
,by a band. It Is expected that the par
aae win ob one ai in. (rsfew vv.r i
tempted by Italians weet of the MIeeourl
river, The commltteo will hold Its next
meeting at the Horns, hotel, Eleventh
and Dodge streets, 'Monday evening ai
7:90 to make further arrangements.
Knlsjhts a I.mAUs f tfeenrlty.
The newly elected officers ai Qmptka
rouijcll No. ?5, Mnlghts and Ladles of
Security, will be Installed lata their re
spective offices Monday ovenlag by the
officers of Maglo City council No. 3761.
The installation wilt be held In Myrtle
hall, corner Fifteenth and Douglas. ,
Fraternal Union of Apt"!''
Mondamln lodge No. ill has issued In
vitations to Its members and friends In
celebration of Its anniversary, Wednes
day evenlns at Odd Fellows' htlL Four
teenth and Dodge streets.
Key to tho Sltu&tJonB Advertising.
Berlin to Establish
"Municipal Dairy for
Deliveries fco Pool
BERLIN, Sept. ao.-The Berlin mUnV
clfTallty, in addition to its many thel
llneo of business and social activity, hot
decided to so Into the milk business,
and Beginning October I It will under,
take to supply the poor ot part ol
Berlin with milk from Its own farms.
The mujclpallty hap been forced InU
this business by the results ot . year's
investigation of the milk ' supplied thi
board of oharltles through. r)vate dealers
Frequent complaints ot the Quality ot tin
milk hod been received, and tets in the
city JaijorAtory surprised f Vea the1 critics.
The milk was far below standard, beta
la riehnesf and cleannH. The board of
oharltlM first attempted to remedy thli
porialtle by deprlvinf all depict milk
men of their contracts to supvly tho
par. Sut even tht drastle proedur
did not result in material Improvement
the dealer being bound up by long-time
contracts with putslde dairymen wha
could not bf reached by tha municipal
It was then da!dd to establish an
experimental dairy on on of the muni
cipal farms ih the outskirts of thi
city arjd supply from this Uja poor ct
one distrlot. The municipality will not
assure tn delivering milk, but will ture
over the product of Its dairy to one of
the regular mill: firms tor this pur
pose. It the experiment In successful
the system wilt be extended to othei
poor districts-eft thb city.
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