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HE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914,
By MELLIFIOIA. Monday, Juno 8. 1914.
MAHA travelers abroad have been lavishly entertained both by
former Omaha people now residing on the other tide and by Eu
American Consul George Helmrod at Berne, Switzerland,
formerly of Omaha, has been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Haller
during a short visit in Berne. They all attended the National Bwies ex
position, which they found of great Interest.
hllo in Paris Mr. and Mrs. Haller wero the guests of Mr. Lewis
Reed, formerly of Omaha, at several affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Dlotz and Miss Louise White, who have been in
Paris, wero entertained" by Madame Bouguercau, the widow of the fa
mous artist, and horself almost as famous In the art world as her dis
tinguished husband. Mr. Diets owns a valuable painting by Madamo
Tho Return of Spring," one of the most admired paintings in the
Llnlugvr art gallery, was painted by Monsieur Bouguoroau of Paris. Be
fore tho days of he militant suffragette, a fanatic threw a chair at this
b autlful nalnng. Not being accustomed to art, hp thought the picture
l iunodest Fortunntcly, this was before the So'.th of the great artist, and
.Vr. Llnlnger immediately returned to Paris with the painting and Mon
cleur Bouguoroau remodeled and repainted It.
Mr. C. S. Diets' friends are wondering If ho will purchaso another
p.iture this year while In Paris to add to his Interesting collection.
At Hamir Hollow wl" b PfU". A beautiful old
At iiapjy Hollow. . . do.te1 by Mrs
fcvr;nl numiiers or nappy uonow nineu y . , -. - ' . - ,
t the .lb Kmday .vcn.n. Incluoln.- W. " ",l.h ''ZT V'.t
In for hia ranch In Montana the Utter
part of this week.
Mr, and Mra. H. P. Ansell of The Thor
vald left Saturday for an extenilve visit
In iouthern California.
Mlia Alice Coad. who ha been attend
ing; school at Mount 8t Vlneent-on-the-Hudeon,
near ?ew York City, and who
apent latt week vleltlnn her ulster. .r.
E. V. Krun and Mr. Krugr In St. Loulu,
la expected home Wedneiday.
Mr. Alexander Gunther, who has been
111 with an attack of appendlcltli, l re
covering and la able to be out again.
Mra. William F. Neabltt and children,
who were In Oalveiton, Tex., returned to
Fort Crook last week for a few days and
have gone to Cleveland, where they vlll
take an apartment. Captain Neabltt la
with the troopa at Vera Crur. Mra.
Reginald Kelley of Fort Crook haa gone
to her former home In California while
Lieutenant Kelley Is at Vera Cms.
U Oatea. who had four gusaw; A. II.
Howcli lour. E. A. Ilenaon, two; V. A.
leett, four. J. E. Goodrich, four; A. J
linmn, four. E. F. Liry. ten; E. W. Y.
Louck, fouri J. C. Howard, two; W O.
Bllver. four; Kennelli need, two; T. 8lb
liornfn, four; Vlrtor White, two; C W,
Arthur, two; II. 8. Suemunn, twof M. F.
Knc'.tnan, four; E. F. Folaom, two; Lloyd
Hmlth, wo. J. M. GllchrUt, three; Dr.
X T iarmlpp, four; H. G. Straight, alx;
J Ci, Drcwniue, three; V. Aldoua. tlve; F.
C Ililta. two; C. II. Mcrley, four.'
Bridge for Visitor.
Mra. Paul Wernher was hdateia at a
bridge party this afternoon at her homo
In honflr of her aunt, Mrs, F. S.'Lamonte
of Portland, Ore. Yellow and white gar
den flowers were used In decoration. The
EUeita Included; 1
V B. Lnmonte,
John K. Morrison,
W H Conrad.
C C ItoMwatcr,
P. B. McCully,
Arthur V. Bmlth,
WilUam It. Wood,
V. W. Judson,
Arthur V. Rogers,
H, J McVunn,
Mloa Gladys Peters.
N. I.. Gucknrt,
Harry Jordan, '
A. M. Joffrey,
J. It. McDonald,
E. II. Druennlnr,
A. W. Hcrluner,
A delightful surprise porty was given In
honor of Mr. Lesllo Pickett Thursday.
The evening waa spent in mualc and
games. Those present were:
Missus Misses ,
Dlanche Kaiser, Mary Bechmelster,
Krna noehl, Grace Kaiser,
Elizabeth Hlldlnger, Catherine Kaiser,
j lose nocnmcisiar,
I urlle Kendlc.
Crcehe Bridge Party.
An unusually largo number of tickets
havo been nolil for tho annual bridge party
to be given for the benefit of the
Crecho on Tuesday afternoon at tho Coun
Very beautiful prizes havo been donAlsd
and preparations ore being made for
forty-eight tables of playent and there
Found At Last!
The Great English Discovery
Orystolis "Grows Hair
in 30 Days."
piooo,oo HewanI If Wo Fall On Our
Positive Guarantee. Try It At Our
Itfek Mail Coupon Today.
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Mrs. John A. .McBhane haa contributed a
"Cuban fan, which she brought from
Havana. Mr. Milton Darling has given a
lovely pletitte; Mr. W. n. Matthews, a
book; Mra. T. L. Kimball, a, culling
basket; Mrs. Allison, a ptetura of a Hol
land scene; Miss Kimball, a silver olive
spoon, and many other attractive 4tft
will be awarded at prize.
All the tnembem of the Creche board
will be present Tuesday Mrs. Harry Jor
dan haa charge of the game, Mra. Wil
liam Hums', Mrs. J. It. Scoble, Mrs. 0.
M, Wheeler, Jr., and Mrs. Joseph Barltar
will assist in the different sections.
Mrs. Caldwell Entertains.
Mrs. Victor D. Caldwell waa hostess at
a luncheon today at her home In compli
ment to Mrs. H. M. Caldwel and Mis
flaldwln of Tioga, Pa. Covers were placed
for ten guests.
Cards have been received announcing
the marriage of Miss Viola F.lla Vahl-
camp, lit South Twenty-fifth avenue, to
Frank It. Landts of Twin Falls, Idaho.
Miss Vahtcamp left here last week for
a trip to the Ilocky Mountains and told
her frlepda she would return In two
weeks, so the marriage announcement
comes sb a surprise to her friends.
After a wedding trip of six weeks the
couple will be at home at Twin Falls,
Mr. Landes la a civil engineer and Is
associated with an Irrigation construction
At the Country Club. '
Miss Elisabeth Plckena entertained at
the Country club 8undayeventng In honor
of !) Mary Denman of,- Dea Molnefl,
MJss Ilachael Klncald of Kansas'-Clty,
Mr. Fred Hubbei of Des Molne and Mra
Milton Denman of Da Moines, the Des.
Molnea visitors being the guests of Misses
Elizabeth and Men! Davis, Covers were
placed for twenty.
Mrs. John Daugherty entertained at the
club In honor of Miss Katherlne Ileeson
and Jack 'Webster, and the members ol
their wedding party, the other guests
being Miss Mary Hurkley and Miss
Daphne Peters, covers were plaeed foi
With Mr. and Mra. John M. Daughtrty
Mr. mid Mrs. A. G. Deeaon.
Mr. and Mra. O. W. Pierce of Lafayette,
Mr. and Mra. J. It. Webster,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gaines,
Mr. Frank iiurkley.
Others at the club were: Mr .and Mre
Glenn C. Wharton and Mr. and Mrs. M
G, Cotpetzer. Together were: Mr, and
Mrs. Louis Clarke and Mr, and Mrs
George Iledlck. Mra. Mary Munchhoft
waa with Mr. and Mra. A. V. Klnater,
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Judson, Mlsa Dorothy
Judson and Mrs. W. A. C. Johnson were
At the Field OlubT"
About fifty members dined at the
Field club Sunday evening.
This afternoon Mrs. Arthur. F. mlttt
will entertain at a kenslngton at the
club for twelve guetts.
Mr. and Mrs. M. It. Murphy will enter
tain at dinner this evening at the club
fcr Miss Josephine Murphy and Mr. Nor-
btrt C. Leary and the member of their
wedding party and the out-of-town guests.
Covers will be placed for twenty.
A surprise party waa given for Miss
Lilian Curtis Saturday evening. Those
Squabble Over Who
Took a Pooketbook
Pretty Betty Downes, entertainer In the
Drandels atores's "Pompellan room," and
Clara Anderson, equally pretty and en
tertainer In another popular afternoon
tea place, locked horns In the office of
Chief of Detectives Maloney over a mlsi
lng purse and t, with Maloney an the
arbiter. He called It a tie and decided to
settle the affair sometime In the future.
Mlrs Downes was singing, "Whaddaya
Mean, Ya Lost Yer Dog," Thursday af
ternoon and waa charging up and down
the aisles, snapping her fingers nnd
whistling for "Hover" the canine hero
of the song when Mtaa Anderson called
her over to one of the tableM.
"filng 'Money Makes the Mare Oo. but
It Takes Horsea for a Complex,' " in-
quested Miss Anderson.
"Aw I do no that one," evaded Mia
Downes. "l')l sing "You Made Me What I
Am Todoy,' though."
Miss Downes called to the pianist for a
chord In "O" and started, When she madq
the third turn around Miss Anderson's
table, she noticed that her purse, con
taining S, which she had just laid there
for a moment, was missing. From "You
Made Me What I Am Today" she
switched to a aong In a more plaintive
key. When the latter failed, she had Miss
Anderson arrested tor the theft of the
purse, and In Maloney'a office ahe sant
most unmusically, "gimme, gimme,
gimme gimme what I cry for, ya know
ya got the pocketbook that I d die for,
In the argument that ensued, Miss An
derson, In denying the allegations of Mlsa
Downes, added that later Is a vlxem.
Miss Downes replied to the effect that
Miss Anderson Is a brazen husslc.
Then Maloney Interfered and called the
So far as material evidence goes, '.he
Identity of the pocketbook thief la etlll a
ENTERTAIN THE DELEGATES
Commercial Club Assists Woman's
Club in Acting as Host.
GOING TO CHICAGO CONVENTION
nirnnlnl ( onrrtif loti of the (irnrrnl
Frdrrntlon of Wnmen'a Clnha
Drum Mirny from I'nr Wert,
Who Slop 0er Here.
The Omaha Commercial cub Joined
the. Omaha Woman's club tn entertaining
the vtaltlng drlcgatea from the west, who
were In the city Monday afternoon for a.
few hours, on the'r way to Chicago to
attend the bfennlal convention of the
General Federation or Women's clubs.
Committees from the Woman's -jlub
were at the t'nlon station to meet the
incoming trains and escorted the deleg.Uis
to the Commercial club rooms for vne
reception given in their honor there. An
other committee waa designated to dis
tribute Omahn souvenirs to the Salt LaKe
City delegation, who stopped hero only
fifteen minutes and could not be present
at the reception.
Mrs. Edward Johnson was In charge of
the entertainment at the Commercial
club. Moving pictures of the tornado 4u
trlct and the reconstruction work were
ehown through the courtesy of the dab,
nnd Miss Charlotte Van Wlckle, whs
played "Conscience" In "Everywoman,
gave, vocal selections. Assisting Mrs.
Johnson wero Mcsdames C. II. Chlsam,
Iasac Douglas, Louis Muser, James Lid
ded, Charles Iloscwater, C. H, Townsend,
Cuthbcrt Vincent." T. I, Ward, F. W.
Cnrmlchacl, F. !'. Porter, F. 3. MtLat-
ftrty and Miss Daisy Jankowekl.
At the station to meet the dclcsmes
nnd escort them to the club roms wrro
members of the executive committee of
the Woman's club, Including Mesdamea
Edward Syfert, John O. Yelser, Karl Stan
field, A. L. Fernald. C. H. Marley, nnd
Mcsdames Edward Allen. William Berry,
F. B. Bryant, C B. Coon. G. B. Darr.
E. R Hume. J. T. Johnston, W. S.
Knight, 11. E. McKeivey, W. O. Perry,
C. II. Mullln, F. C. Tym. H. R. Baker,
M. D. Cameron, J. C, Hammond and A.
B. Somers. Mrs. B C Brookflcld and Mr?.
II. P. Hamilton met the trains which
stopped here for only a few moments.
The visiting women wero taken to 'he
club room on the Farnam Car line i.nd
taken back to the station on the Harney
line, special car service being arranged
for them. Souvenirs of Omaba made
goods were distributed nnd refreshments
served to the vlaltbra by the Commercial
the senior play ocurs Tuesday at ' M
p. m. In the natural outdoor amphi
theater nar the campus. "A Comedy if
Errors ' will be presented by the seniors.
The thirty-fourth, annual commencement
occurs Wednesday morning, with nev
Aloxander Corker of Wayne as the
SEEKS MAN WHO LEFT
OWING A CLOTHING BILL
A letter addressee to "Justice of the
Peace, Omaha," written by W. T. Bunko,
proprietor of a store at Nor:?, Platte,
waa delivered to county court. Mr.
Banks rcqdeits that suit be brought
against Frank O. Clark, who. the letter
says, left North Platte without paying
a hill of U for clothing. "Don't let this
fellow get away," the writer urges th
recipient of the letter.
This Kan Is Growing Bald "CryitollB"
Is Jnst the Thinr for Baca Cases.
In Europ ,Malla." th ftrw XsilUh lUIr
tr wr hit tn cll4 lb nuxl woo4rrll dltcof
vry of tn cestury
Tk )if at the Brunei, n4 rri Eipoijtloni
atkiuwtttuiir awarded said mdU lo this mir-Tt'-uii
Alrttdr tn wrurd th AmrMriQ rlshlt
JiusdrtUj of nen and venra hte ltln telllni
f ih phenomena) itaolo obtained tr It, um.
IVopla who hir been -bald fer )rra tall ho the
",ow iurr In beauilfut hair Xlaor report new hair
,i' w'ti In M daya or lea. Otheri who hate hag
find ruff all their Urea aay Iher baVe fot a clean
nalibr aealp attar a few applloillooa of thta
W do not ear whether row are bothered with
falllnc bilr. preaMturrlr arar hair, matted hair,
rtttle hair or atria r hair dandruff. Iteblni aralp,
or any or all forma a( hair trouble, we want lotl
I. tn -CRYBTOUB" at er rlak.
Wo (lo row a blndlsc svaranteo without anr
' 'trlDii" or rod tape, that It won't oeat rou a
rent If wo do not pro, to rou that "Crr'totia"
will lo all wo elaim far II. and what's Important
wo hare plentr ( monor tn back our guarantee.
II. tfOO baa been deooatted In oar local hank aa a
'pe tal Fund to bo forfeited if we fall to coraplr
wi'h thla contract Cut out the coupon below and
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74 V Ktwet Dlnatatnlon. N. Y
I an a reader sf Ttw Omaha Deo. Proea to
bio without coit how tYralolla atopa falling
tialr. xrowa oew hair, fcaoiahe daadrult and
.tcklos acalpa and reetorcs premaluro sray
end faded hair lo Mural color Write jer
Mail and a14rcaa plainlr and
i ih thi i u os to rot n untn
The wedding of Mlsa Lillian Ward nnd
Mr. Harold L Kuhn was celebrated at
high noon today at Lincoln at the home
of the brlde'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Ward, SOO Garfield street. Those at
tending from Omaha were the officiating
clergyman, Itev. Halph II. Houseman.
Mr. Houseman, and a sister and brother.
In-law of the bride, Mr, and Mrs. J. L,
Doan. After graduating from the Uni
versity Conservatory of Muslo at Lincoln
two years past Miss Ward went to Vat
cntlne, Neb., where she conducted a uni
versity extension class In mualc. It was
here she met Mr. Kuhn, an officer of the
local First National bank. Alter two
weeka sojourn In C61orado the youni;
couple will locate In their new home In
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr. Jerome Mage returned home Sat
urday from a trip to Texas.
Mr. J. A. C. Kennedy and Mr. John
nine are spending a week In Washington.
D. C. and New York City.
Mr. Arthur Keellne left Thursdsy to
spend several days In Chicago before I tav-
Street Gang Takes
Ocoasion to Pick on
Boys Dressed Up
dordon Weysworth, "IS NOrth Thirty
,thfrd , street, decided that Sunday oven
lngv would be a propitious time to take a
stroll through the business sections of
tho city without suffering the molesta
tion of a bustling crowd of persons bent
on business. So accompanied by another
youth of similar proclivities he set forth
on his march. Hut In passing Thirteenth
and Farnam streets Weysworth and his
companion encountered an army of speci
mens which would answer well tho de
scription of "rough but nifty." This
"rough but nifty" bunch disapproved of
the appearanco of Weysworth and an
nounced the fact In no uncertain or mod
est tones. This Incensed the Weysworth
chap and ha replied In kind. Instantly
Weyaworth and hla companion were at
the bottom of a large heap of animated
humanity and only the timely appearanco
of Detective Kennelly prevented a sub
sequent ambulance call. In police court
Weysworth, and Martin McTlge, 2823
Dodge street, who was the leader of the
gang, were released with warnings.
Among the plunder discovered by Ken
nelly waa one powder puff, the property
FREMONT MEN HELD
FOR FLIRTING ON TRAIN
"You, a school teacher an Instructor of
the young Idea are you not ashamed to
admit In open court that you flirted with
a woman on a train, and your predica
ment now Is the wsultT" accused Fred
Xnheusur. city prosecutor. In police court
when Jerry Maxner and Ira Norton, a
school teacher and a lawyer, both of Fre
mont, were brought up. f
The two men were charged by 8peclal
Officer Williams with attempting to lead
astray two minor girls. Their case was
cohllnued until Wednesday morning.
Both men admitted meeting Mrs. It
Herred, 18, whose husband Is In South
America, ond Mamla Gore, 17, on a train
bound from Fremont to Omaha. It was
the actions of the four around several
shady hotels that attracted Williams' at
tention and he sent them to police head-Quarters.
The Juvenile authorities have charge of
the girls, while the men are out on bond,
Norton has been teaching school at O'Nell
and Maxner recently waa graduated from
Framont college law department. Tho
girls are from Dodge, Neb.
Dr. KlriK'a Nf-rr Life Pllla.
For constipation, torpid liver, aallow
complexion. Their frequent use will
strengthen and add tone to your system.
lie. All druggists. Advertisement
Lodge No. ltt of the, Danish Brother
hood celebrated Its tenth anniversary
with a banquet last night In Washington
hall with John A. Jensen as toaatmaater
The speakera were J. Mlchelaen for "The
Brotherhood," Christ Nielsen for Amer
lea," Frits Jaeobsen for "Denmark," L.
P. Thlnd for "The Ladles" and John
Mathlesen spoke of the free constitution
King Frederick VII gave the Danlsn
people June &, ISO. After the banquet
those present danced until 12 o'clock.
There were about SM people present.
REV. STOOKEY ADDRESSES
BELLEVUE STUDENT BODY
rtov. S. W. Stookey, former president
of Ilellovtie college, addressed the Chris
tian aoclatlons of the collego studen
body Sunday evqnlng. The baccalaureate
sermon was delivered In the morning by
Itev. Stephen Phelps, pastor of the Pres
byterian church there.
The annual play by the academy of the
college will be given this evening and
Th'o Cake. That Malt
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M a k Reputation
With Cake Flour
The best cake flour ii Swans
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best cake makers in home
and shop have used it exclu
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the tightest, whitest, finest
cakes. A trial package will
! Prepared !
is far different from bread
flour. It is especially pro
pared. It is low in gluten,
which means that it com
bines ben with the eggs,
butter and sugar, and
makes the lightest cake.
Swans Down Caka
Flour comes in convenient
packages fresh, clean and
sanitary. Keeps fresh tha
Phone your grocer today
for package and you will
be delighted with the re
caka making if you use
Swans Down Caka Flour.
Our Call SecrtU Booklet,
telling you all about caks
making and containing
many tested recipes, is frte
for the asking. Write lot
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Stvanz Down Cake Flout
Valuable Coupon In
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Ij-uu a Also makers of Swana Down
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Boarding nnd Day School
for Voung Women nnd Girls.
Advanced courses In Household
Arts, Music and Expression for
high school graduates. Junior
day school for llttlo girls.
For catalogue and
MISS EUPHEMIA JOHNSON,
Holnsr lo the "Slavic" Tonight f
If you want to know In advance what
p'ctures am going to be shown at your
I favorite theater tonight, read "Today's
Complete Movie Programs" on the tirst
want aa page complete programs nr
practically every moving picture theater
In Omaha appear KXCLfSlVELY In
The Food Drink for all Ages Others-are ImiUtiopx
Sale of $1 and $1.50 Waists 87c
Hundreds of pretty new summer
stylos In lingerie waists at an extreme
low price Tuesday In the Basement.
Fancy crepes, strips fabrics, fine white
materials, etc. New effects in erj
sleeves and collars. Actual $1 7 i C
nnd fl.50 waists, choice w
Sale of Silk Kimonos at $1
As an extra special Tuesday wo of
fer pretty kimonos of dotted Jap
onika silk. Several styles, regularly
worth $1.50 and ?2. Choice ff-
in basement at P X
Women's black and colored sateen
petticoats in all desirable colors. Look
llko eilk. 75c values QlJr
In the Basement for OOC
Wash Dresses I Child's Dresses
Misses', juniors' and children's
wash dresses of fine percales,
ginghams, chambrays and striped
tissues. Very pretty styles, regu
larly worth up to $2, on sale
Pretty wash dresses for chil
dren of 2 to 6 and 6 to 14 years.
Excellent quality wash materials
in white nnd various colors. All
arc good 75c and $1 drosses,
on sale In Basement, on
Tuesday at 37C
The Stylish Norfolk Suits at g
Women's and misses' Norfolk suits of fine quality lln
eno and linen crash: tan and white. Regular $2, $2.50
and $3 suits, in the Basement, at
Colonial Pumps Worth to $3
Women's smart colonial pumps of
patent leather, black satin and duu
leathers. New styles with the latest
heels. Easy fitting, well made. All
sizes and widths. Qualities worth up
to $3, on sale in tho Basement at. . . .
For soft kid house slippers for women.
Common sonse hoels and toes. The
three-point style. All sizes.
Oxfords and pumps
for women. Regular
$2 and $2.50 styles,
For men and boyB.
Made with rubber
soles. All sizes, on
sale In Baso
ment, at. .
Odds and Ends
Of women's pumps
and oxfords of patent
and dull calf leathers.
$1.50 to OO.
$2.50 values. OOC
Sale of Handkerchiefs
. mm 1 a atai
Thousands of handkerchiefs purchased from an overstocked
maker will be on sale beginning Tuesday at very attractive re
ductions from usual prices. This allows you big savings Just at the
time when handkerchiefs are most In demand.
5c Handkerchiefs, 2c.
A large lot of plain hemstitched or
fancy colored border handkerchiefs
regularly worth 5c, on sale f
in the Baseriient Tuesday; at,
each f . .. .fc
Values to 10c at 5c. .
Lace and embroidery trlmmedUand
plain hemstitched, also 'initial band
kerchiefs for women, also large pi
hemstitched ones for men. Val- Sf
hob up to 10c. Tuesday
Kerchiefo Worth to 15o at 7o.
Mep's all linen initial or plain hem
Btltched and women's plain, initialed or
lace or embroidery trimmed sel
handkerchiefs, .regularly worth -
up to 15e, on sale at
Values to 25c for 10c.
Pure Irish linen handkerchiefs with
fancy colored borders or Initials, one
corner embroidered or lace v
trimmed styles, regularly worth jlp
to 25c, at,-each
Kerchiefs Worth to 35c, at 15c.
"Men's and women's all pure linen Initial handkerchiefs, mt
also hand embroidered corners or lace trimmed and men's
large plain styles. Values to 35c, at
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The Bee. Got a .nice cool room for the summer,
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