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THE TIKE: OMAHA, TlJUliSDAY, AHUL 22, 1913.
HEAT PRICES JUMP
UP FASTIN WEEK
lfarketa Forced to Pay Juit Twice
as Much for Fork Loins ai They
Did a Week Ago.
BEET AND- MUTTON UP, TOO
The aharp advance of prices cf
meat la a matter of considerable
concent to householder throughout
the Cty," Judging by expression
Jacob Roeoff of the Public Market
ezplalna that tha packer are charg
ing top prices for their products and
it necessarily follows that the'retalt
era must govern themselves accord
ingly. . ..' .,
He eitea, for Instance, the case of porsT
and mutton ptlcea. A week ago he paid
rente wholesale for pork loins and
Tuesday he had to par IS cent. . Two
Mki aco ha paid 1 cents a pound for
Iambi, whlcn Tuesday coat him cents.
Ha Bays ba paid this week aa high aa 26
centa a pound for a rack of lamb.
The advance of steaks baa had tha ef
fect, meat market men any. of creatine
a greater demand for soup "and boiling
seef. Wlth-roOndsteek around 25 centa
a pound, houaeholdera with large famllle
hav found that they cannot -Indulge In
this luxury many, time a weak.
Mrtolm and porterheuee ateaka ar be
earning so valuable that aome of tha re
taltera ara eonalderlng keeping theaa
meat In aafaa af burgler-proof designs.
ALLIANCE LAND OFFICE
; . ATPOINTMENTS MADE
WASHINGTON, .AprU L Prealdent
Wilson today appointed Joseph I Aah-
brtdge of Roundup United State marahal
John C. Morrow of Scott's Bluff, re
ceiver of publlo money at Alliance, Neb.
Thomas J. CKeefe 'of Alliance, register
f land office' at AH lance, Neb.
Theaa newly dealgnated official for
(Nebraska will luoceeit Harvey J. Bill,
(receiver, and.'W. 'W. Wood, register.
Both of the new appointee were recom
mended by Senator tlltohcock, the for
mer, ' Mr. Morrow," In ' September, 1914;
Mr. CKeefe In January of the preaent
year. ' It I underetood that Secretary
Bryan made no objection to either on of
the two newly designated official.
Allies Will Win, but Must Have
More Men and More Ammunition
BRUSH FIRE AT PIERRE
ENDANGERS CITY PROPERTY
TTETmB. S.;D.. April 81-fpeclal Tel
esrsm.) A tirush fir which tarted on
the ialaad "Jpst opposite tha eastern part
f thla crty '. today dotroyed a large
amount of , young" timber and wa tlll
burning thla evening.
The hltrh wind drove It rapidly during
the afternoon and spark crossing tha
narrow channel on thla aid fired tha
building owned by E. J. Perry near St.
Mary' hoapltal. destroying th building
and contents ad endangering the hos
pital for a time before the firemen ar-.l
rived on, the cene, to, protect property
tXJNDON. April 21. Arthur Hamilton
Iiee. M. P., who wai British military at
tache with the t'nlted States army dur
ing the Ppiinlsh-Amrrksn war and who
rairrM Miss Ruth Mooie of New Tork,
I serving a colonol on the continent.
He ha a written letter home from the
brltleh headquarter in France, in whlrh
"The alile have It In their power to
win, but tbla does not mean that victory
U cloe at hand or that tha hardest fight
ing a:id tha heaviest loesea are not yet
"The vent Herman armlea occupying
and dvatntlng part of France and most
of Pelglum are held In check. It la true,
but in no sense re they defeated. Our
men at the front are keen, skilled and
determined, and our victory at NeuVe
Cbanelle had filled them with enthusiasm
and confidence. Their one desire now l
to advance, but this they cannot do with
out better support from lhlr nates and
ruler s.t home. They fully realise that
the casualties already Incurred must be
doubled and trebled before tha victory Is
llnnlly won. They rannot understand
why the greatest manufacturing country
In the world should not supply them with
sufficient ammunition eight months after
the outbreak of the war and they express
themselves freely on thla subject.
"In the meanwhile we all must make
up lost time, not counting the rost. Men
and shells In an Increasing stream Is the
nped of the hour."
Colonel Lee retired fnom the army In
lBofl, but rejoined In 1!H and wa ap
pointed special service offlrer with the
expeditionary force to the continent. He
wa. British military attache In Wash
ington In l-l!no.
Thome Questions ;
! I for Railroads Arc '
, j Held Impractical
IqHICAOO. 'April. M. Th forty-on
western "railroads seeking an advance In
ffelght rates on certain commodities will
no, ba 'required to answer the thirty
sight Interrogatories relative to their
affair propounded recently . by Clifford
Therne, chairman of the special com
posing tha '.quested advances.
Instead of th Thorne question the
Interstate ' Commerce commission will
fonnuiat a new -set of questions and
submit them to th railroad. . With re
gard to Thorne interrogatories tha" com
mission' held that in the .light ot-eaperl-enoe
In the es stern rate eaae, "some of
th question should b omitted, other
hould lie modified and certain new one
The ruling to thla effect wa read af
tha opening of today's session of tha
eommodlty rat case before XV. W.
Danlols, Interstate Commerce commis
sioner, who said:
"Th proposed question cannot be sub
mitted and ar.swered and an Intelligent
analysis of the answer made during 'the
period of the trial In this ease.
. "Tha commission will formulate a new
act of questions which will be submitted
to the carrier with a view of collecting
Information that will be helpful alike to
tha commission, and tha parties to thl
Among th Thorn question were re
quests) for actual physical value of
th road; amount expended over
period of year and the um charged to
operating expense and to maintenance
The' railroad objected to the questions
on the ground that they called for a mass
of figures which were unnecessary and
would, they claimed, encumber the record
with useless matter.
' Fatrfears- News Notes.
FAtnBURT. Neb., April SH.-BnolaJ, -
County Judjce l, 3. Nutsman marfird.
Harold R-r'wriyind, Mia Flora ,K.
Shepherd of Wakefield, Kan.; la county '
court yesterday. After the ceremony the
couple returned to Kanaa to make their
home. , , , t :
Mayor iq. Vf Mason and City I'hyalcian
W. J. .Kawea have t aside 'April 13 a
"clean-up-' .day in Falrbury. .
Don Lothlum of Topeka. Kan., waa In
Falrbury yesterday and held a "aafety
first" moetlng for all section foremen on
tha district enployed between Falrbury
and Phllllpshurg. Kan.
Owing to the reduction In th engineers'
iv. rmruurr ana a numoer or
j young snrlneer returning to firemen, a
number of Important change have been
made.- rienrg O. Wylle has been assigned
to the Jersey passenger runs, Falrbury
to Phllllpshurg. Kan. I Marlon Reed take
th preferred 'red hall freight runs. No.
94 and W, Falrbury to Council Jlluf.", la.;
. T. Birr has- been- aaigned to tha
lo-jsj freight run on the Falrburr-Nel son
line; iSiaton Jiali tskes th passenger
run on the same district: W. C Tomlln.
who ha been firing the Oklahoma ex
press, run. Falrbury te Council Rluffa.
Ia.t take extra paaenmr work ant nt
I rairmiry oa the Nebraska division. -Mr.
and Mr. C. M. Elsham have de
j parted for Hot Springs, Ark.. In th hop
I of reeuperaUrur the latter' health. C, M.
Parkins oa I conductor on Mr. Elsham'
urns, rwvu'f to Belleville, Kan.
Trie to Kill His Wlfa.
! SIOCX FALLS. 8. D April il.-Spelal
-leiegram.) while in a rage today Frank
Aopecxe. a j-onsn laborer, flrsd four
ahota at hi wife, twe of which took af
reet, on In th efleshy part of tha arm
and tha other In the right aid of the
head over the ear. it ta feared that the
I wound In the head may cause the wom
an s Oeath. ;
After firing the shots Konecka .1
tempted to end his life, but inflicted enly
t ii)f wuuna.
Baakera Mill Meet at Randolph.
RANDOLPIt, Neb.. AprU tl.-tflpeclaj
mt eianieenin annual convention of
vision . Northeast Nebraska Bank
assocUtlon, maeU at Randolph tomorrow.
. K. tain. jr.. or Omaha, E. R. Ourney
of Fremont. J. B. Alexander of Bloux
City. John Rush of Omaha and John v.
Uorby of Chicago are among the speak
er is expected that at leaat BO menv-
ner WIU attend and extensive preuar.
tlona have been made for their accom
modation and enlertalnment.
LIVE STOCK INSPECTION LAW
" UPHELD BY PROSECUTION
.LINCOLN. April H.--Ppeclal.-On a
warrant worn out by Ptate Veterinarian
L..C. Kigin. Him U Wataon of Colum
bus. Trnn. ha beea arrested at Kean-ey
and I now tinder a bond of 11, 00), ohargki
with dlspoalnk of fifteen Jack' which
had hot baenlexamlned acoordlns tp the
awe of the state. ""Mte .1ark--wre Bold
In Bnfals. oouqtjt awd-tfi esse wa taken
up at Kearney. ..... .
vTha penalty tor aoh count, and there
are fourteen oi them, t' from $M to llho
fine, or imprlacnment In the county Jail
three months... ..... i
PET DOG AWAKENS FREMONT
FAMILY IN BURNING HOUSE
FREMONT. Neb,, April (Speclall-
Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Qerocke were aroused
about 1 o'clock Monday morning by tha
barking of their pet fox terrier In time to
escape from their home which wa ablae
on the Interior. The furniture had been
packed tn bones for shipment to Texas,
where the Qerr.cke had planned to move,
and the fire started In the boxes. Nearly
all the furniture waa destroyed together
with all "Mr. and Mrs. Oerecke'a cloth
ing. The' loss to th furniture I covered
by Insurance, . . . ,
Coaoba ana folds Am. .!..--
Ion't disregard your cold. You aneese,
cwugn. are fevaiiaa-saturea warning.
Ir. King's New Discovery will cure you
WASHINOTON. April a.-8petlal Tele
grain.) Nrlruki iMiMimHai... .....i....
helinar. Keith county. VMlber N. oreutt
ho m. ... iveiiar. miiwd u.n. i,.
1'awes county. Warren banders, ilea A. T.
.n.unty. Kuth Wuif. vie E. K. Uaru.k.
RursJ letter carriers appointed for Ne
hraska: Fairfield. Aluheus 1'hnat- pi
antdaje. Percy 1'elerson. Iowa: Iowa City,
ovuai . ennui. EHuin i-aaoia: ftluw
ou. iwwrt w . raiicya.
Oiay. Uncolo. 112; Anna t. Morgan. M lo
se h. til.
Albert Hkby of Routh lkota haa been
atpoluted examiner In the patent off he.
aaiUtry ti.Uw per annum.
Iry boula Market.
NKVy YORK. April 11. -DRY GOODS
i'otton six -Is weio st firm and cotton
' rns woia atrunger. Tha carpet auc
nojia were aa -ll attended as on pro-
i tlOLio days snd prl'-tts ran ahead of niony
f na valnee pold os tlx oi-.uim days
Jvnlt t'xi: ia and entbruidcriea
souoed aa Imw md demaaid.
THREE BUSINESS BUILDINGS
ARE BURNED AT CHAPMAN
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. April 21.-(r?pe.
clal) Four freme buildings In Chapman
burned last night with a total loss of
about 117.000. The losses and Insurance,
are approklr-.etely as follows: John Oar
ber, residence, loss , ll.STO, Insurance,
11,000; J. f'rlmann, loss on building oc
cupied by Merer. Oneve and Kaster,
12.000. . Insurance, 11.500; D. T. Reeves,
general iner-haniilee stock, loss U.000, In
surance, Harry Easter, restaurant,
loa. tock. IWO. no Insurance; O. I.
Oallogly, general merchandise stock,
los,- M.000, Insurance l:!,000; D. E. Mag
nusen bulldlnn oc-cuplod by Oallogly, loss
11,000, Insurance Chapman ftate
bank partly dsmaged, loss $W0. Insruance
WOO. TcUl loss, U,700; Insurance, $10,900.
BLOODHOUNDS. FAIL TO
FIND TABOR THIEF
TABOR. Ia.. AprU 21.-1 Special Tele
gram.) Bloodhounda from Glenwood and
Hamburg were brought here today to
help run down burglars, who tapped the
safe of the Hawkeye Lumber company,
securing 129 which had been left there
for aafe keeping by a farmer. The en
tire neighborhood haa been scoured, the
Hamburg dogs leading one posse to a
barn two milts from Tabor where there,
were evidences that the robber had slept
In tho hay loft. Her the trail was lost.
AVOCA, Neb., April 21. (Special. )
Louis Bpesrhas and Mia Sophia B rum
mer have secured a marriage license and
will be married this week. Th bride la
th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brum
mer nnd has grown to womanhood near
this place, while the groom Is a popular
young farmer. They will reside on a farm
Otto If. Jensen and Miss Anna Marie
Knudsen, both -of Omaha, were united
In marriage. Wednesday afternoon at i
o'clock by Rev. Charles W. FavMge at
his office In th Branded theater build
MARSH ELECTED BY DEMOS
Iowa State Committee Chooses One
Member of the National
ADJOURNMENT IN A DEADLOCK
(From a Staff Corespondent.)
DKR MOINES, April 21.-(8peclal Tele
grsm.) -The meeting of the democratic
state committee held In this city today
wa only partially successful. The com
mittee elected W. W. Mursh of Waterloo
member of the national committee after
a short struggle.
The First district member chsnged his
vote and elected Marsh over C. 8. Hubcr
of Tama. Hut the committee was unable
to agree upon a member of the committee
from the Third district and adjourned In
a deadlock. The 'decision lies bet wen
two factions. Both parties clal to rep
resent the administration.
Railroad Wins Suit
Brought by Corneer
The Jury In the case of Erhard Corneer
against tha Missouri Pacific railroad re
turned a verdict today in federal court
for the defendant, after being out twenty-
Corneer sued for ?lB,0n0 for Injuries al
leged to have been received on the com
pany rlght-of-wy at Thirty-fourth
street. Omaha, In June, 101.1.
In hi charge to the Jury Judge Robert
F. Lewis declared that there had not
been a particle of evidence outside of the
plaintiffs own to show that the 111 health
lie complained of was tn sny way due
to th Injuries h alleged he received;
also that there had been no evidence to
show that the defendant railway had
been guilty In any way .of negligence.
Otto Rtabheadlrk Dlea of lajarlra.
AVOCA, Neb., April . CBpectal.)
Otto, the SO-year-old eon of Otto Stub
bendlrk, a prominent farmer living south
west of town, died yesterday afternoon.
The young man wa thrown against tha
manger and crushed by a mule last Sat
urday, and succumbed to his injuries.
Rent room quick with a Bee Want Ad.
Notes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb., April SI. (Special)
At a largely attended meeting of Com-pa-'hyC
Tuesday evening Mao U Abbott
nd Lawrence 'g, Jones were elected
first land' second lieutenants, respec
F. O. Claussen. Joe Berk and John
Huntllng appeared In police court Tues
day to answer the charge of exceeding
the apeed limit Hunday with their autos.
Claussen and Berks pleaded guilty and
were fined II and coats each. The case
against Huntllng was dismissed for Isck
The quarterly meeting of the Gage
County Medical society was held Tues
day evening In the Commercial club
room, l'apers were read by Dr. Frarjcjs
r.uaa. r. I. Mcotrr. C. A. "pel man. O.
R. Buckley and O. U Beeson. Th next
meeting will be held at Wymore.
STATE LUTHER LEAGUE
MEETS IN P0H0CCO
FREMONT, Neb., April H (Special.)
The fifth annual convention of tha Ne
braska Luther league will be held at th
Danish Lutheran church In Pohooco on
Thursday and Friday of thl week. Rev.
F. C. Schuldt of Fremont 1 prealdent
Among the speakers on tha program ar
Rer. J. Matthleaan of Fall City, Rev.
U U Upo of Grand Island, Mr. A. T.
Tot of North Piatt and C. O. Larrnon
of Omaha. ...
GOTHENBURG TO HAVE
OOTHFJNB17RC1, Neb.. April tl. ("pe
dal.) Th contract for tha new Carnegie
library waa awarded to Daniel Fauble of
Grand Island. He will begin the erection
of the new 110.000 building at once.
Faoeral ' Mrs, Herores.
FREMONT. Neb.. April Zl.-8pecial )-
The funeral of Mra. A. C. Records welt
known Fremont woman, who died at her
home here following an Illness of several
months, wis held Tuesday afternoon.
sirs, itecords had lived continuously In
Fremont for several years, with the ex
ception or a short time (he spent In
Omaha last winter with her son. A son
Claude Records of Omaha, and a daugh
ter, air. Carl D. Bowman of Med ford.
ure.. ar me close surviving relatives.
Mra. Cornelias Nichols.
Mrs. C. Nichols. 2S10 Camden avenue,
seed C year, died thla morning at her
home following an Illness of several
ceks. She 1 survived by two sons. W.
1 Mchol of Omaha nd E. 8. Nichols
of Hettenger. N. D.
Funeral services will be hrld Thursday
afternoon at I o'clock from the Grace
I'nlted Evangelical church. Twenty-sev
enth and Camden avenue. Interment a III
take place in Essex, la., Friday.
D. M. Bvotl.
CAMBRIDGE. Neb, prl! n.-8peclal.)
-D. M. 8cott of Denver, agent for the
v.apimi insurance company, died sud
denly this morning, at a local hotel, ap
parently or heart falluro. He bad bean
here for three weeks soliciting Insurance.
He haa a brother, located In Lincoln.
oeiag aiaie agent tor the company. An
other brother, Uvea at Burlington. Kan.
Tuey have been aoti nd and era on thele
Ask for atop ( Liberty Bell.
HASTINGS. Neb., April II. (Eteclal
Telegram.) The Chamber of Commerce,
through Postmaster Wajilqulft and Mayor
Madgett, today - telegraphed Becretary
uryan asking that the liberty betl be
routed via Hastings for a brief stop tiers
en routs to the Ban Francisco exposition.
no ice when
you get our
The Store for
Tailored linen blouses
are meeting with approval
this spring, and these new
arrivals are exceedingly
$2.95 and $4.95.
Table Cloth i
xfr Values for Thursday
$2.50 Bleached Table
Cloths ...... $1.75
$3.00 Bleached Table
Cloths, round design,4 $2
$5 Bleached Table Cloths,
round design - - $2.89
Una Section Mala Tloor.
Our First Great Cotton
Dress Goods Sale
$1.00 Imported 38-inch
Cas-Ca-Duse Crepe 50c a Yard
An extraordinary purchase about 5,000 yards in
the lot; a quick, short transaction; ready cash to the
And to you, HALT PRICE: Two summer dresses
for the price of one; every color a new one: Peach
bloom, corn, ciel blue, helio, new blue, Copenhagen,
tan, and black, One whole counter given over to this
More healthful titan Tea or Coffee.
Agree with the weakest digestion.
Deucioua, fovJgoratiig and nutritious.
Rich yniHc, malted gram, powder f era.
A Quick Lutc& Prepared la EZuratt
Unlmmm yam susy -ttomioacff
you may got m Sttismtltatsu
Our stocks are splen
didly complete. Every
thing ready for prompt
service. There Is particu
lar satisfaction in select
ing shoes here because
there are so many, many
new styles of fine shoes,
pumps and slippers from
which to choose.
Prices $3.50 to
$7 a Pair
On 200 Beautiful, Stylish
Trimmed Hats Thursday
All From Regular Stock
To make room for new arrivals of mid-summer mil
linery we will dispose of these 200 very desirable hats
at such price reductions as will please every woman
who sees them.
An unusual assortment of dress and semi-dress hats
in sailor, mushroom and turban shapes, featuring the
new ribbon bow and other favored trimmings.
Greatly Reduced for Thursday.
Millinery Section Third Floor.
Send Your Cleaning
To Us By Parcel Post
. No matter whero you live you can now have your
Cleaning and Dyeing done in the Largest and Best
Cleaning Establishment in tbe Middle West just ns
cheaply as though you lived right here in Omaha.
Make a package of your soiled garments, houne
furnishings, etc., and mail to us with instructions; we'll
put them in first class shape . and pay the return
charges to any point in the country. -
"Write for our IVice List nnd any other informa
tion you desire.
"Good Cleaner and Dyer
1513-15-17 JONES ST., OMAHA, NEB.
IlKfflY SOAP, 3 GMES 5c
TXVmlDAT OsTXY OaJtBS TO A CTraTOaOBm. sTot sold te ehlldrea,
l')u not u wa ask you te maka sums oiuar purchase to s.t this
tr(Jo your own sis purchase. iook over your lueUtvlna cablast and
fill up your aborts.
u pca Deists
Successors To Ichiffer's Brut Store, 11th tnd Ceo.las Sts.
Twin City Limited
l. Omshs ... . m.
I.t. re. Bluffs.l uAa. m.
Ar. St. Ptul..1:l0s. m.
Ar MinnMjKlla 6 ra.
First night train from
Amahs to rvark th Twla
CltlM). Carries BtMl
s,lMprs, Chslr Cars an
Coarhas. Buffat Clvib
Car. lor tas availing, and
Dar trals Isstm Oma
sa t:N a, at. with f'afa
Parlor Par a4 Bundara
HE above picture shows a Chicago Great Wes
tern crossing protected by .an INTERLOCK
ING SYSTEM. These towers command a
clear view of the track in all direction and contain a mechan
ism to operate signals and switches. All the levera used by
the operator are bo Interlocked aa to be absolutely proof
aaalnat error, and the only thinr tnst can happen through failure
of tha operator la a delay to tha train. AH levera must be
properly or they cannot be moved at all. About half a mile In each
direction from one or these tow
'distant signal ' warning- tne engineer or conditions st the crossing;
a hundred yards from tha crossing Is another semaphore known aa
the "home signal" which signals him either to halt or proceed.
Even here the niechantam la Infallible, becauae If for any reason
the train does not obey a atop signal within certain limits a very
aimple but effective device In the track forces It to stop.
All Important grade crossings on the Chicago Great Western
are equipped with Interlocking Towers.
Your Telephone is Handy
P. F. BOXORDEN, C P. A. M. E. SIMMONS, D. P. A.
(tmphasut th "GREAT")
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Most Modern and Sanltarv Brewery la the Weal.
Family trade supplied by: South Omaha WM. JKTTER, 2503 M
Street; Telephone South 80S. Omaha HUGO P. UILZ, 1824 Douglas
Streeti Phone Douglas SO40. Council liluff OLD AGE BAR. 1012 South
Sixth Street i Phon S62.1.
This Sunday Dee if the only
Omaha newt paper that
tfivcf it readers four big
pctfea of colored comiea.
Hoci if PinzQUBt Plctuns La
eVAJT tool TOOAT
' Sm tas OoaaleeJ (Malaty Batlre,
, auus. St Vaesu
CMAsH.B raOIIUI Fssssata
-OUAstA'a TV csarrxa
t-fSlJ' Bvaau. lausO-TSo.
Tka Master Snow For Laagha.
BERT BARER lit Bon-ToniJ'u.
MMftt Millar. telli Mao'. Oonloa Mar
phr. Chaa. Raxmoaa. Alrli. a Williams, Paul
Alias sa a Bis Basutr cl"ru snS, Bart Bskar
la tbs Bisgaat lAt, es the Btaa; tha JaOa Bun
or ot Burlesqas.
baaies' Sims Matlaee Week Days.
14 Times, Start Sua Matlaae, April 89
With Tn BKBTMABT HOW VsVATSmS
EXTRA! la eoajuaotloi with tas first 7
"" psrformaaoss of The Behmaa
how (laeludlBeT We&aeaday Matlaee)
'HSTJess Willard ass.
WlllArd BUmaelf i Wot Moving rtetttres.
la Ker Ores teat Oosae4y Baoeeas.
losar arts: Hut C.
hi us. MrvbonT A Pbeifa,
ImoBS. MSM. W. Lm:
Si' a eaalaaTTrUa BrtMh A Bletar, ta Paaaat
Dvo, "Soau Plasaias". Orptauai TrMl Waaair.
Itcs: UsliaM saUivr. M. tMat smis mms
auirar auuaal. 3U. Nl, . Mk, SM
AVE I, AID!
5 Juggling Mowatu.
? Klliott ?
Herbert Brooka A Co.
Hughe Musical Trio,
Matlaee Tetay. liSOj Toaxrht
butb omt-iowiao ltbox
PAID IN FULL
? wseki "in sur rvmrz.B.M
Taay, Beelaty Oeaoart Bight,
KM. Ull IUJWOSTI DAL
opraae, Betweea Aeta.
Mats. Bua.. Wed., Thar.. Bat- Sic:
Blathts as am oOa. '
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