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YOU ArAtSRlCAHS &D
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He UP fAS
Athletic Carnival at Auditorium
Friday Night to Be Hammer.
ENTHUSIASM 18 MOST KEEN
Relar HaceB to He Thrillers-
Kraals to Be Han Oft Fail, nl(h
So Tedious Delay to Tire
Over 1,000 outsiders In addition to ths
tegular members of tho Young Men's
Christian association have been prac
ticing nlghtlr at the association's gym
nasium preparatory to- the bis athletlo
tournament and carnival which Is to be
held this evening at the Auditorium.
All the entrants In the races and tho
teams of gymnasts which wll compete.
In the bar and horse events and the
schoot boys and, church lads who will run
In tho relay races have been working1
hard and consistently to Improve their
speed or prowess, and' It has been a task,
for Physical Director Maxwell to allow
them tho time they wanted.
The enthusiasm among the local ath
letes: Is so high that Mr. Maxwell (s
no longer lamenting over the Inadequate
athletic spirit manifested by the Ne
braska colleges and universities' who
promised to enter teams In tho events
and then failed to make godd 'at' the'
last 'minute. One' solid half of the bal
cony will be fi)led with" a mass of grado
school boys and girts', 'arid nobody else;
will b' allowed la that part of the Audi-i
torium. Every school .Jin the city will!
nave a jway leant enteco, ana mo com-,
petition for supremacy promises to ' be
Stten.j All the school have selected team
of their speediest ruMra ana every team
haa eetf practicing dTflgcntly-'to Imlfrovq
The gymnastic championship event will
be the ,qaeworth going blocks to ace.,
Turneftv from "the. Tel Jed Boko! o .both
Omaha, aed South Omaha and turners
from the Fremont and South Bldo Turn
verelna and ,.f rom tho Lincoln undOraaha.
xoung men s uQriauan associations anov
from the Gentian 'ifomo nnd from tho
Sokol Tyrs, will .enter the event and, as
many of those turners arc possessors ut
medals won in national competition, somo
of the best turning of the decado should
In addition to the competition, drill
teama of the association's members will
give mass exhibitions of skill with the
wands, the IndUn clubs and the dumb
bells. There will be fifty men and bova
in ech of these exhibitions., and nil th'reo
will d ib progress in different parts of
the Auditorium at the same time, so that
it HmiVd be as imposing sight to the
Blar Relax- Race.
A relay race between tho-Omaha Jllgh
school and the Lincoln High school should
be cne of the most exciting events of tho
long program. The two schools have
been Intense rivals since time immemor
able and will extend every effort to
thwart tho ether.
The last event of the evening will be
the two-mile relay race. It will be ono of
the moat exciting as well aa gruelling;
ww iuu iu uiuuia. n resemuies
very much in method of running a six
day bicycle race and all -who have ever
seen a six-day bicycle race will admit
that whenever there is n sprint nothing
can surpass it for. on incentive to heart
failure. As the two-mile race is not. sb
tedious the sprints should -lie often, and
fast It Js an Innovation race and Max
well Is confident th'at it wilt recelv the
welcome of Omaha athletlo fans.
J"or Barns, Bralsea nni Sorr
the quickest and surest cure Is Bucklen'
Arnica Halve; every household should
nave a box on hand all the time. S5c
For by all druggtsts.-Advertlsement
ST. JOE PLAYERS SIGN
WITH CHICAGO FEDERALS
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. 22,-Alexander
.-willing, rormer outnelder of the St. Jo
seph Western Itague base ball team, and
Third Baseman Westerxlll of the local
Western league team announced loday
inat tney nan aignsd two-year contracts
Attn tne unicago federal league club,
A basdtome White Satin
Ktnpcd Madras Collar em
bodying tbe utmost style
wltheut being too extreme.
are ckaracUrlxed by their
Maartshap., their perfect
.qulltlc aid re
srhslednrsbllly, . as i oo.,
KaksM, Troy, jr. T.
Creators of Bmart Htyles
U Collars and Dbfrts.
BRcfTHR. hs Die ffr
TM6 fcbBEL HANS AND MC
To DIM IDG
11 FOUtt tWTM6R. .
University of Omaha
UNlVfe'ltSlTY PLACE, Neb.. Jan. 2l
(Special Telegram.) Nebraska Wesleyan
Inaugurated the season In Intercollegiate
basket ball by a one-sided victory over
the University of Omaha tonight on the
home floor. At tho end of the first half
the- locals had thirty-one points to one
for the visitors.
During the second half three second
team men were In tho lineup. Wesleyan
made twenty-eight points to three for
tho Omaha team, making the total fifty
nine to four. Omaha.' ono field goat
came near the end of the last half.
a a T. Selby
UO J. Selby
Substitutes: Wesleyan. Iluffey. McGea
nd Garey; Omaha, Jorgcnsen and Sei
ner. Umpire: McCandiess.
ROSE AND FRADY WIN IN
PRAIRIE PARK TOURNEY
roots' and Frady cleaned up tha high
nurrjber.'Ot rlns In the Prairie Park whist
tournament ths .'cek with twelve, while
King and Minor wero close behind with
ten. In an. Individual match, D. O. King
defeated 'Walter' Price, 32 to 0. Scores:
Hlcklar and Tlruce....; 8
Nelson and Scanncu, ?
Ross and Frady 12
King and Minor., ,.,4'.! .V. 10
Huck and Hack. 2
Dorst and Jtoblnaon.. ..13
KokJer and Morcan..... 2 3
Parmer and afw,pr,...i...ir,..i'. jUJ
Lucko and Uegthol.. .,...'., ..even
Fried and Roland .. 2
With the Bowlers
lal. M. Sd. Total.
Mlratsky 161 124 122 417
sanaal us w hs - n
Koblson lis : i a2
Totals 46S 361 392 1.21
II, E. TRANSFERS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
Cllbfod 92 M 115 305
Hoffman 171 .147 119 437
ourncy 175 ; lea its bi
Totals 4M . 414 409 1.261
nEES PRINTING CO.
1st. td. 3d. Total.
Kurtz 13 . 1M 121 443
Krejcl VM.,.,. 147. 171 147 467
Ohncsorg 164 179 184 K7
Totals 40 535 , 462
- ' "'OMAHA" PRINTINO CO. '
i , . 1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Nobl 142 144 147 .t
Rohr h;-., ; 164 lit 125 39
drupe , 1SS 117 164 411
4H. 380 433 1.24S
E. PRESS. i
1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
A. Pactow 116 134 143 ' ' 3S3
Fitzgerald 130 1M ISO 3M
R. Pactow 17S 146 "153 4S2
Totals .A 4!4 410 431 1,263
1st. iA. M. Tnt.V
Anaerson ,..1K. ! 113
KalllD- , ;......( 1ST 134 104
Lanlng , Ul Ui 151
Totals 493 41 367
1st. 2d. S1. Tntnl.
Smyth , 150 133 133 421
Durran 101 133 162 396
Ogden 115 133 143 4 27
Kaufman........;... 100 l&a km zkt
Teddy ..." M ... ... 51
'. EM 869 ' 546 l.COS
x lit. LM. 3d. Tnl
Rockwell 115 lis
uennett lto 140 133 413
Williams ,. tt U0 li 234
ColVln 103 121 102 326
IU E. Sunderland... 133 116 170 421
Totals 661 487 466 1.5K
YELLOW WAGONS. x
lit. 2d. 3.1. Total
Biromer i iu ih
Parker ....104 133 118
M career 55
Hurt , 117 Kl !s
aiynn 102 73 95
Eastman 131 123
Totals 657 K6 591 1,714
1st. !d. 31. Tnt.l
Fehls 113 1S6 136 431
FUChs 130 120 131 331
D. M. Edeerley.... 147 107 its m
Tungate 77 137 136 360
O. C. Kdgeriey 93 161 133 292
711 6S4 1.S53
1st 2d. 3d
E. M. Sunderland... 141
Totals 736 6S7 706 t'.m
Lagers trom 123.
V I", .
Totals 790 691 742 2.223
Die from Shock.
SEWARD, Neb,, Jan. 22. SptdaU
Qeorge Osborn, living near Staplemlst.
this county, yesterday, while sawing
timber .with, a power saw, caught hi
arm In (he saw and nearly severed that
member Amputation was necessary and
be died form the shock.
FEDERALS WHA PUSH FIGHT
Latest More is to Place Team i'
MAY MOVE TORONTO TE
President (lllmore Holds Conference
with Manascer of the Local
City Leagne and Tito
CINCINNATI, O., Jan. 22,-Thls city,
which is the headquarters of organized
base ball, Inasmuch as the office of the
National commission is located hero, is
seriously threatened by an Invasion of
the Federal league. At a secret meeting
held last night in the office of a law
firm It was tentatively decided to switch
tho franchise of the Toronto Federal
league club to Cincinnati.
At the meeting were President James
A. Qllmoro of the Federal league, E. E.
Gates, counsel for the leaguol Joseph
Dixon, president of the newly organized
City league, and Paul Connelly, an at
torney. Dixon, who Is prominent in amateur
sports, particularly, base ball,, outlined
the local situation to Qllmore and Gates.
A alto for a new ball park within llfteou
mfmites' ride frpm tho heart of the, filty.
was' considered, but nothing positive, was
determined except that Dixon .would
direct, the new club It an Invasion of this
territory Is decided on.
it Is understood that Gllmore and
Gates will return to thja city soon to
go deeper into the matter and arrange'
Frtelaent, Olfmora repeated -bis state
ment made yesterday that ha writr tight
for the services. of Catcher Kllllfer, who
yesterday signed with the'.P.hlladeJbhU
National Icagua club, to which' ha be
longed previous to signing contracts with
the Federal league. When or where he
wouM tegln action was not disclosed by
WIH Make Kllllfer Cnac a Test.
CHICAGO. Jan. 22.-"Notwlthstandlng
reports I will not believe- that Kllllfer
lias sighed ft contract to Yilis" with the
Philadelphia club Until he has v verbally
admitted It to me personally or to my
James A. Gllmore, president of the Fed
eral league, who Is In Cincinnati, made
this statement over tho long distance
telephone to friends In this city last
night after he received the report from
Philadelphia that William Kllllfer had
algned a contract to play with Phila
delphia Nationals, thereby disregarding a
previous contract made with tha Federal
"Jf Kllllfer, after signing a, FederV.
league contract then signs a contract,
as reported .with the Philadelphia club
ond attempts to play, I am .confident a
court of equity will restrain him." con
tinued Gllmore. "I am prepared with
ample finances and the necessary legal
talent with which to uphold our rights
and I propose to do It.
"If (he rumor Is. verified, I. will indeed
be surprised, as I believe Kllllfer Is too
honorable a man to accept money from
our Chicago Federal league club and
then put the Philadelphia National league
club and himself In bad by repudiating a
genuine and legal contract such as he
signed with the Chicago club.
"There Is a vast difference between a
three-year contract at an agreed salary
and the unconstitutional reserve clause
covering future service without a
definite salary agreed upon by both par
Auto Dealers Draw
For Space, at Shaw
The most enthusiastic and largest at
tnde4 meeting ever held .by tha stock
holders of the Omaha Automobile Show
association waa held at the Commercial
club yesterday afternoon, when every
dealer In the city waa represented.
Drawings for allotments of display space
were made, and all the dealers, even
those who were so unfortunate as to
draw the last numbers, were pleased with
the plans for space and agreed thatthero
waa little preference. Horace Orr of the
Orr Motor Sales company drew No.
ou'. of the hat, which happened to be his
own derby, while the Van Brunt com
pany and the Freeland company drew
No. 3 tnd No. 3, respectively. Guy L.
Smith drew NO. 13, but as he Isn't super
stltlous he didn't complain-
SIGNED CONTRACT OF
CHANNELL IS RECEIVED
NEW YORK, Ja. 21-n-The signed con
tract of Lester Channel!, outfielder,, was
received at the New York American
league club today. Channell was pur
chased from the Denver club of the
Western league last month, 'lie was
member of the New York Americans sev
eral years ago, but broke his leg. -and
after a year's absence was released 'a
Jack Warhop, Chance's veteran pitcher.
sent word to President Far r ell today
that he would mall a signed contract at
w Postaiaater for Cheyenne,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.-Walter U
Larsh was today nominated to be post
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(,V I COtV? (N ? I I -a:'S' u
OMAIJA, .FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914.
AM. llMii WATS lt
HOW Cea.t fiEVIO'
Mrs, Robert Goelet
Sues for Absolute
Divorce at Newport
NEW YORK, Jan. 22. That tho papers
led yesterday In Newport, R. I.', would
show all that was to be said of Mrs-
Robert Goelet's suit against her hus
band, tho millionaire clubman, for an
absolute divorce was tno reply Samuel
Untcrmeyer, her attorney made to In
quiries. Mr. Untermeyer added that
Mrs. Goelet did not regard her affairs
ag- matters of public Interest or concern.
New York friends have known of dif
ferences between Mr. and Mrs. Goelet
It became known today. While they con
tinued to occupy their Fifth avenue man
sion, friends say It waa only to keep up
appearances of, harmony and thero was
no hope of reconciliation. Mrs. Goelet
loft on Tuesday for Daytona, Fla.
Mrs. Goelet, who is of marked beauty
nf face and person. Is the daughter cf
the late Henry Whelen. tho Philadelphia
banker. Her mother Is now the wife of
C. Hartman Kuhn of Philadelphia.
Miss Whelen married Robert Goclqt,
then two years out of Harvard, on June
19. 1904, In- the church of St. Mary ut
Wayne, a fashionable suburb of Phila
Mr. Goelet'lrthersonof the late Ogden
Goelet and,- ! the owner- of an estate.
principally In NqwiYorJt realty, of' moro
thon $35.000jOOv Ife. has ..expectations of
coming ...into. 325,003.000,0 which Is
held In ,h,Uj family. 1J Is a member of
many clubs, and his steam yacht. Nahma,
ia one of tbe most luxurious craft afloat.
Tn 1908 he bought and presented to his
wife a 3500,000 chateau In France nt
Dalhelcdurt, qutbddlng Prince Mural, for
lt-This'aYeKarTde,d'"a't'tho-tlrn'e aa the
finest cotrntry" estatiMn France, bhrrlnir
that of the Rothchllds.
Are Charged With
. Inciting to Riot
HOUGHTONf Mich..-. -Jan. 22.-aus Wil
liams Topparia, president of tho corpora
tion which publishes the Finnish Social
1st paper, Tyomles, and Andrew Sarell,
a stockholder, wero arrested In Hancock
early today by Sheriff Cruse on the recent
warrant charging them with Inciting to
riot through published statements. The
two men were released under 31,000 bonds.,
Publication of an editorial charging
deputies with responsibility for the Italian
hall disastor at Calumet on Christmas eve
was the basis of the complaint against
the men. Five employes of the Tymonles
already had been arrested under tho war
Charged with carrying concealed
weapons, John Huhta, recording secretary
of the South Range local of the Western
Federation of Miners, and Nicholas Ver-
banap, were arrested early today and
lodged In Jail here. Huhta waa one of the
thlrty-soven men Indicted Jointly with
Charles II. Moyer, last Thursday, on the
charge of conspiracy and wns out under
bond. Deputies heard a succession of
pistol shots at South Range late in the
night and some time afterwards they en
countered Huhta and Verbanae riding to
gether In a sleigh. The men were searched
and In their pockets, the deputies said,
were found two revolvers. Jluhta said to
day that ho and Verbanae were. "Just
Judge O'Drien sent word today from
Eagle River. Keweenaw county, that he
would not be able to arrive here in tttne
to hold court today. A report from the
special grand Jury may be ready w,hen
court convenes tomorrow.
' Slaver Who Defied
Police Locked Up
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22,-Emlle C.
Ducotn, said by the police to be the leader
of a white slave ring that has operated
In San Francisco for the last two years,
was arrested here lost last night in his
handsomely furnished residence. The
police refused to permit him to ride to
Jail In his own automobile. He was
booked on two charges of white slavery
and spent the night in a cell.
Duooln is said to have amassed a for
tune of 3300,000 In a short time. Accord
ing to the police he openly boasted that
he was enjoying police protection and
defied the white slave squad to arrest
Ducoln is alleged to have traded ex
tensively In European women of the un
derworld, preventing their deportation by
marrying: them off to Impecunious men
who.wtlllnirly; Jent their names, to the
women-for a (payment of 3100.
PERKINS IN HOSPITAL
BIOL X CITT. Ia., Jan. 22,-Former
Congressman George D. Perkins, editor
and owner of the Sioux City Journal,
waa taken to a hospital today for an
operation which -la considered serious.
Mr. Perkins Is 74 yeara old. He repre
sented the Eleventh Iowa district In
congress .WHntarly.. twetity- years.'
How . -, .
CAIOcV? a ' J3 ' ' '
I I at.
FIFTH WIN FORSOUTH OMAHA
Basket Ball Quintet Walka Over the
Bellevue Preps.. ' .
ROUGH GAME FR0M- START
Sooth Omaha High School Five Piles
Up Good Lead In First Half and
Increases It Durlne the
South Omaha High school won Its
fifth victory In a fast game, of- basket
ball with the Dcllovua college preps by
n scoro .of 33 to 19, last, evening:, In. tho
South Omaha' gymnasiuin- at . -Twenty-fourth
and J . streets. -The -two - teams
were pretty evenly matched and 'both
fought hard for the scoro they got.
Rough play marked .the, ntffejC.gjrthe,
thlrty-Hyo fouls being made ' by' both
The first half opened with the two
teams playing even and both displaying
good team work. South Omaha scored
the first point on a foul and soon
forged ahead, slowly outplaying their op
ponets. Bellevue played a rough gamo
tho first half, making fourteen fouls.
Nixon and Foley came out of the scrim
mage for two baskets each as dfd both
Martin and' Keler of the Q'ellevuo five.
Tho first ha(f ended with the scoro
standing 17" to 11 In . favor of South
Omaha. , .
In the second half tho Bellevue boys
seemed to have let up almost entirely on
rough play and a clean game was played,
Tho gome ended with South Omaha In
the load by sixteen points tho score
standing SS to 19.
South OmahA wllt.Jneet . tbe Beat.r(ce
urday evening. The. lineup; ,.
R. F. Martin
Field coals! South Omaha. Foley (6).
Nixon (5), Shalnholtz. Leach; Bellevue,
Martin (2), Kcnner (4), Evens, Racely.
Foul apuls: South Omaha. "Foley t7)5
Bellevue, Kenner (3). Referee: Shaln
holtz, Timekeeper: Zuhlke. -.Scorers: Pat
ten and Lcov
Aa a preliminary to the .man event a
game was played between the senior and
sophomore teams tn which the sophomores
were victorious by a score, of 8 to 6. The
P. Orchard. ....R.F.
UK. F. Orchard
C. ....,.. ...Boyd
J. Shalnholtz C.
Hoffman L.G.IL.G. .r...Magnuasen
Field goals: Sophomores, Belser, Or
chard, MaBnusfrcm: Seniors) 1 Orchard,
Shoinholts. Foul goal: Sophomores, Or
chard (2) Seniors, Shainholtz-,.,C). Ref
eree: Patten. Timekeeper: CurJV Sforpr:
Lee. Juu x
WANT MATCH BETWEEN
TWO NEGRO PUGILISTS
LONDON, Jan. 22. A nurse . of ,330,000
for a boxing match in June between Jack
Johnson and Sam Langfordr tho negro
pugilists,, was offered today by the man
agement of the Olympla, the great arena
in the west end of London. Three-fourths
of the money will go to the winner and
one-fourth to tho loser.
tUKnn Trim" Maitnolln,
LOGANi la.. Jan. i2.r-(Speclal.) Lonan
High' school basket ball team of boys
defeated the Magnolia High school team
n ere insi evening cry a score oi il to 3.
ball team of South
Tne girls basKet
Onaha will play, the girls' team of the.
i.ogan iiiRii scnoou nere next uaturaay
evening. There will also be a game be
tween the boys' high school team of Lo
gan arid "Call Saturday evening at the
Extension building In' Logan.
Relief from the ailments caused
by disordered stomach, torpid
liver, irregular bowels ia given
quickly, safely, and assur
edlyby the tried and reliable
"tw. la bo. lO.. 2K
for The Bee by
Bank of England
Outs Discount Rate
LONDON, Jan. 22. Tho Bank of Eng
land was enabled today to reduce Its
minimum rate of discount to 4 per cent
owing to the improvement in tho mone
tary situation both here and abroad and
to the settlement of the South African
Tho fact that the German bank rate
also was lowered today and the belief
that the French bank rate will soon fol
low suit, mako market experts confi
dently anticipate a further reduction of
the English rate in' a wek or two.
GRAIN DEALERS ON OMAHA
ROAD COMPLAIN OF RATES
EMERSON, Neb., Jan. 22.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Business men along tho
Omaha road from the towns of Tokamah,
Craig, Bancroft, Pender, Thurston, Car
roll, Colcrldgo and Emerson, met here'
last night to voice their protest against
tho action of the Omaha road In re
fusing to meet competition of -the Bur
lington road in tho same territory. Ele
vators on tho Burlington have been' pay
ing from 4 to 6 cents more per bushel
for- grain from competing points as a
result and business men an the Omaha
road decided to lay tho matter before
General Freight Agent Pierce. Falling to
get relief "from him. the State Hallway
commission will bo appealed to.
Tho Burlington road maintains the
same rates as far north as Homer to
points In tho South Platte territory, as
I from Omaha to this territory, giving
'dealers on Us lines an advantage oVcj.
, dealers -on -the Omaha road, t'u! tho .ex
tent 01 me ireful raio irem tucn poinu
Nr- n Wolf In Wolf limit.
FAIRBURY, Neb., Jan. 22.-(Speclnl.)
Between ' four and five hundred Jeffer
son county farmfirs participated n a cir
cle wolf hunt west' of Falrbury yesterday.
, Tho territory coveted laid between the
I Little Blue river west of Falrbury, -Gladstone
and the 'county poor farm. -Captains
I were selected for each sldo and tho
hunters wero permitted to carry shot
, guns only.
J When ' the lines closed In, two wolvos
were seen, but ono escaped through the
south lino and the other through the
wc& line. The hunters succeeded In
killing' several undred Jack rabbits, but
not a coyote. Another hunt has been
j scheduled to taka place In Richland pre
. clnct north of Falrbury, Friday. Accord
ing to reports brought in by Jefferson
county farmers, wolves are not so plenti
ful this yoar. Last winter approximately
150 wolves were killed in circle hunts.
Odd FellovfS o Meet.
SEWARD, Neb., Jan. 22.-(Speoal.)
Two hundred delegates and members of
tho Odd Fellows lodges of this state wll(
be ontertalned here on February 2 to 4.
' A public meeting will bo held dt the court
house nt 2 p. m. and Mayor Calder will
welcomo tho visitors nnd Guard Master
' Johns, a former Seward county boy, will
respond fo rthe grand lodge, Dr. Dcs
Jardlen will glvo a lecture In Odd Fcl-
j Tho Seward Commercial club will en
tertain the visitors at reception at the
club room from 6 to p. m.
In the evening tho first, second and
third degrees of Odd Fellowship will bo
conferred by the Lincoln- lodge on twelve
candidates and the evening will close
with a banquet.
NATIONAL Publicity is
"the big stick" of. Busi
ness. It compels the dealer
to Carry your goods at your
prices and, often, to advertise
them locally at ins expense.
Call "Doug. 2-5-2"
Go ryni CHrjf'.ffi 5-3WgC.J
Henry Siegel Says .
He is Penniless Now
NEW YORK, Jan. 21-Ucnry Slegel,
head of a chain of stores which failed
recently, took the witness stand today, be
fore a special master In the receivership
proceedings and testified that be was
"I used to draw 31,000 salary every
month from my stores," ho said. "Now
X have no income. I haven't a cent"
"Ths Esuett Riding Car InThtVferU
Tho valves In your motor
should bo of a diamoter well
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They should have the uro
per shape and cam moveJ
ment to obtain the best effl-'
clency in power and econ
omy. nBe sure they are acces
sible 'for adjustment and
easy or removal. ,' LoqK to
the ""Valve jguldta - are" theyj
of ample length and retnov-'
able? " - .
Note the valve tappets tor
accessibility and durability
You may be told that
these features are unimport
ant but Investigate them
The satisfactory service ot
one car (name above) pr6yes '
that such details are all-lmr
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