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LOSE OLD PLAGE
Douglas County Member Said
a to Ha?e Struck Snag in
' Cities and Towns.
HOWARD GETS WHAT WANT
(Phmu a Utr CwwpoMMH.)
Lincoln, Jn. 7. (Speti!.) When
tlit legislature begin its work Tues
day afternoon, it is understood that
the committee on committee, of the
two houses will hive the assignments
in readiness to report. . .
OA account of the usual harmony
which prevails whenever a democratic
delegation . it aent from Douglas
cnumy, it it understood that Rich
mond of that county will not get the
chairmanship of the committee on
cities and towns. It is understood
that this may go to Schneider another
Douglas county members, and it is
possible that Richmond may not he on
the committee. This is rumor, but it
is probably authentic, as it has been
shown several timet sine the mem
bers arrived that there ia not at much
brotherly feeling- between them as
there might be.
"i asked for nothing and t got
everything I wanted," was a remark
made by Representative Howard of
Douglas this morning, so it can be
considered that Jerry geta the chair
manthip on labor.
Naylor of Dawea will be the chair
man of the committee on engrossed
bills, without a question. He held this
position at the last session and show
ed himself at being the right man in
the right place, so there ia not likely
to be a change.
It ia rather figures that T rumble
may get the chairmanship of th com
mittee on corporations and out of
sympathy for Regan, who ia ill in a
hospital in Omaha, he will f robably
be given hit old place at chairman of
the railroads committee. At indicated
before there will be no opposition to
f-riet at chairman of the claims com
mittee and because of hit interest In
irrigation, McAllister of Dakota may
get the irrigation, water power and
drainage committee. The chairman
ship of th live stock and grating
committee will probably go to Dan.
It is said that the committee on
committees hat made an effort not to
put any member em more than two
committee, especially if the commit
tees are important.
Judse Thornell Leaves
Bench to Practice Law
Shenandoah, la Jan. J. (Special )
Judge A, B. Thornell of Sidney, who
ha been district judge for thirty
years, a longer term than any other
judge in Iowa hat served, will resign j
to become partner with hit ton, A.
V. Thomvlt, of Jidry. in a law prac
tice, lie is SO years old and has raited
a larg family. Recently the old Thor
ticll home at Sidney was sold and the
nudge and hi wife moved to a modem
i Vinngalow, The governor will nam
the tr of Judge Thorn U and it
w expcd T. S Steven of Haotharg.
, h-a tv received the eetdoraemewt t
, four-tilths of ttte lawyer ia the Fus
1 treats district, will be appointed, 4
Strcmshuffj Baptist Church
i Has Its Annual Banquet
f Siromsbarg, KtK, Jan, ?.-ifSf-vt
F.dea Baptist church ef ttii
tv held its aaaaal meeting at the
N-ott nail TJmrtday evening. Over
iM gwst were present and a de
tigMitd threaxonrs dinner wan
wrvrd. Church report show tfcat the
r den church ha made marked ad
nceren darhsg the last year and
that all line rf work show great wn
jrofemmu I'ndtr the able teaderahtji
M John L. Rartoa they hope ro maW
the year of 1417 the meat progressive
tfee Eden eh arch history. st '
Karfolk Daily News
i To Become Independent
Xortoik XeV, Jan. T.-SrcM Tel
earawi r Begwiwwg tHi week the
Norfolk Daily Kew. ror twenty- irtt
year rvpntiVan paper, will he nde
rendent in poliiws. The tsmeact.
meat is made by in Haw, wko o
i-cfitrd v, A, He at editor e the
kttrt drpartarc (or Xew York to
tvmc vice pmidtnt erf the Amm-
; men assodatto.
New Note of North Ben.
North Rcwd, Nee, laa. Sr
i t-iat.V The farmers t bodge cwmty
; r ditrhwg their land to good advatt
! lage. Coos'dvraMe ditching wat dwnf
j i thi vkmity last sammer, hat the
: work will be t swort evtvasrvrlv
I the cowing seamm. Two new ditch
f tag wiacamev Costing and JAA
va. h. have hem parfts4, one hy
t e Bt. tne ttt ay Lm Mertrv,
I rntih fartics ha large ce tract for
vaitK urgwiniBg m tft pmg.
Vr. and Mrs, S. tX Lrgge f Boyd
winr are net vwm mead.
Dwimg the last three day of WW
ahoat ,Wi1 Wincts of
United ia FaU. -
Trcewwrfc, XcK Jaa. J.--?teiaV)
Bra Wet-her, the H-vear-oli v mil
I lVck WrKWer, who live north f Srer
I lng. s throw fvrm hi horat yea
5 tvtxiay awrswg. He arrack his
S head and w read red awcoasciaa.
1 he fomg wa wa hi way eo
I sx-hevi, and, a the axtidest harwaed
I r a M.-tt stnert, the 14 lay in the mad
i ictH the wixldie nt the attemnoa e
five heirt discfrttred. He d?d wot re
t rn ooatvkMiiMM- antri that awrht.
NoeJie were hroVea and he mil te
'5 WT. -
.-,. Worn a restrict Otrk ,
Fmorwit, e. Jaa. J. -fSrciaV
I ItKiirc F. , Kweoa rrtarned from
t jenal t"it, where he aroicirl
i m-m.(.- p irrsct wart, ea Mr.
a ra ham. helwwd hy J adev Bortvi to
hr rtie krst woawa rw electee to tr
. oftif 4erk f the ahstrxt eowrt
NrSrs;.),. awarwd her new warw.
W. J'rra. w-ho wo a the
ta roa ten 14 Ian cm the rv ticrt hv
a ha n wrnv- jasml heraett aawc
cf.inWj w(ing Jdg Batte.
- ' Ftmersi tat Rciiert Dem.
3'vwinrh, S, Jaa, 7. SiraaL)
Vhe r.rrrl f cert. tVw wat
1ri at tl fiaprast fhnrch thi tct
.w t 2 lork, arfd w tsutiiaari
t the Tor, Re. S. B. Saewrtt. -iitrf
hy . W, hdrmh amd Sew. I
M. V. . ArtTnmn. hlrmWr mi the1
tf4 ' f the Xenrtbtir iptaa and
I'f'd ile, Jnrtcr rtniMl tti im'
'ihr.ir frcKprtfl J r ikmxrtri r?irK.
) ,v-nwm was. m the Irjcomsvh tnat-
Rabindranath Tagore Will Fill
Postponed Date Here on Wednesday
Sir Rabindranath TagcVe, the Hindu
poet, dramatist, lecturer, philosopher,
prophet, and holder of the Nobel
priie in literature of 191.1, will appear
at the Fontenelle ball room on
Wednesday night at 8:15. The noted
eastern sage waa to appear last Fri
day night at the Brandeis, but the
date waa cancelled on account of ill
nes. The management announce
that Tagore certainly will be here for
next Wednesday, January 10.
A committee composed of E. V.
Graff, superintendent of the Omaha
city schools; Mr. W, G. lire, presi
dent of the Fine Artt society: Mist
Nate AtcHugh, president of the Drama
league, and Mrs. Svfert. president of
the Omaha Woman t club, have chage
of the arrangment of the reception
and introduction of Sir Rabindranath
Tagore, Dr. D. E. Jenkins, president
of Omaha university, will introduce
the eastern poet and will (reside at
The following will form the com
mittee of reception, which will meet
Tagore at the station apd conduct
him to the Fontenellet Dr. D. E. Jen
kins, E. U. Graff. Mr. W. G. lire.
Mrs, E. W. Syfert, Miss Kate Mc
Htigh, H. S. Davidson.
Special announcement will be made
at the high school and colleges of
the city Monday morning, a reduced
rice having been made lor students.
Ir, Pearson, Tagore manager, will
accompany him to the city. They
come to Omaha from Dra Moines,
where Tagore appear on the eveninc
of the 9th at the Dei Moines Audi
torium. Mr. Davidson, who hat been
making the advance arrangements
here, will have charge of the appear
ance at Det Moines, He state that
the interest in Det Moinet it very
lag-ore ts ot retiring nature, and
since hit health it failing, he will not
meet society or literary leaders. Re
porters stid the reception committee
will be the elected onet to meet the
distinguished visitor. He appear al
together in hit Hindu robes and tur
ban. Not only doea he appear" with
the native costume on the stage, but
in every day lift and travel. Ht will
dine alone in hi room and hi room
will likely be the moat tccluded one
in the hotel , -
LIKEN GERARD TO
(r U till 9 Has.) 1
hit return to Germany, he taid, ht had
delivered to the different German re
lief fund (bout 400,000 mark.
V Relation Cordial , ;
"Contmoing, Mr, Gerard said:
"Never inc the beginning of the
wr have the relation between Ger
many and th United Statet been at
cordial at now. I have brought back
an olive branch front the president
or don,t you consider the president's
atesg an oiivt orancnr
"'I, pertonally, m convinced that
a long as Germany fte i directed
hv tacit friends at mv friend the
chancellor and Dr. Helntrkh and Dr.
S-olf : hy Admiral vcvn Capelw (mmis-
trr t the navy), rtoittrmtortt tnea
of the aaval graeral trT and voa;
Maelter (general avsor te tut m-
pere; hy General von Hindenhurg
ch of the teaeral t) and Ladea-
dor rt ejaartensuuter general) and ;
last hat not teast my tnetm ttmaver-1
man. the ttlatioe he twee the two!
cenmtrw are rwnamg ao ruk. ,
Toward the ead ot the eveaaig Dt. ,
thwatrmaa, who had htea attending
CHMsrereiK. w tne Aastro-rsan-1
gariaa foreiga tamttter, Coant Cteruia
voa tJiadniitt appeareei at tat ra
tjaet. Addretasng the gaettt, the Get,
tnaa toreiga aecretary pointed oat
that targe trataher of persons bad
tnppoavd that Atahaxsador Gerard
would (tot return ta Mw Voaatry of
harhariaa.'' hat that he had beea tart
the amhatsador wooVa retara sa good
health ad with tfood iateaoc.
"Xoatmawtg, Or tmaMrraaa taxi:
"I than tolsaaorated with Mr.
Gerard, in ewtlleert nirer and with
tnatatl eemMewctx o that I feel aasrt
that the friendly atrd trastfal reiatMets
hetwra both coamrrie will toanaae
ia tht way exprewd hy Mr. Gerard." "
Funeral of fttsbytwian
Pastor at Central City
Central City, Xeh, laa. J. Spe
cial TetegrawO The faaeral strvw
of Dr. Samael Cetaj-heare was held at
th rrehvteraa carc in this city
vettrday afterwewa asd idariag tht
hoar the haitit honjte wrrt rtw4.
Rev. loha IX Mitt. atar ot ttie
Fried charch, welrveted the ewoa
tad was sted hy Rev. Bryaat
Howe, stor vi the Methodist tAwrch,
For a nenod t arreea mwrni iw.
Coavheare had tea tste ei the
rvejiivrerian arc in this ty and he
was rrencawed thwagwoat tM state
a ahrt siater every trctj.
rrior to xwnng to tjtatrat urj a
iWkM oi5 he had arrrrd for dint
var a pastor esl Ceatral Park IVr
hvteriaa thart at Cedar Rapid, la.
He wt iwatotneat ta Mascma: ctrcMtt,
which order arteaded tht emcc ta a
Dr. Coavheat. was 5$ year f
n Mn'vd hv hi wife, two anas
aad ee aaagnter. t ne aoay, arrow-
Maird hv the tamrtv. retmscatatTO
of the chart and th M.naic todga.
was ukra to Crdar Kafiet, ta. tot
Finda LenaOMt Soa,
FremfflM. Xe. .!. ?. Srriat.
Oftcer of tht jrthera OrfAaa'
hfflme her have rerewed wtwd ed the
rrwaAmg ot J, C Want i Fort C4
hn, Ccto, and Vi aoa, w
dented fcy a iBs at Bawl Owl
-eraJ vear aco. The taet had
rarthrd or eight year tot tht aesa.
Mr, Winn tjrawrty lived Omaha.
whert ht u mplew a amtsemaa
M a tMcartsgrr raw tittaeoa that flaoe
and Kansas ViTy. ;
Sddim Horn Notes.
Mt Ktl. OlO . fJUielV.
V Qr(K.H B moth Tmrn vmn mt
Cmuai. aunt mm wnnaa aunr
Tr . It. tUr w in -rthan tp"nt
141 fcHiWW R
,wlu w, m ti'iwqig'ln lor m aw
, In w r !,-. VtMin ithm wilt
Mae fur www ina. n wilt 1
k aim, will a1 T CH.-lhmTM nrk
rrrh, wOTwrw. Wllj .S.i.ln!r 1nl
I S "V' i 2 ?
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Question of Hour
At State Capital
' Ffa Staff Ciiamtpt.) -Lincoln,
Jan. 7. (Special.) The
prevailing opinion which wa evident
indicating that Representative Norton,
while defeated for the chairmanship
of tht committee on committee, had
gained control of that committee, it
denied by some of the members of
TJorton hasn't control of any
thing," said one of them today.
"Neither it he going to get control
either of the committee or of this
legislature," : v ... V.
However, there ia a pretty well
denned belief that tht Polk county
member will have a hand in legisla
tion when the time come for him to
get busy. Norton is well known to
he a shrewd player of the political
game. He hat just enough friends
among the members who k will back
him on most any kind of a fight he
may undertake to put up. :
' bkkaea-WtUia. ;
Stromharg, Keb, Jan, 7. (Spe
cial.) Albmus Erickton, who made
an unsuccessful race for' sheriff of
Polk county last fall.' was married to
Mr. Bettv VVallia of this city. The
newly married couple began house
keeping m the splendid home occupied
hy th bride. They were married at
York hy tht county jadgc Mrs. Eriek
soa own property in the city and a
good farm near town.
?Y " II .
Conductor on Street Car Forty
Years and Dies Worth Half Million
Chicago, ala. 7. Henry Torhorg
died here today leaving a fortune of
$300,000, ntoM of it accoaralated dor.
ing th last forty year while ton
dactor on a ttreet car of the Blue
IstaM avraue we. He wa 7J yoar
oM J died while at work.
Betwora the age of 14 and 19 Tor-;
wa saved $500. la the sent tea
years, always saving his tnooey, he
worke4 a sugar plantation and
wharf along tit. Gulf of Mexico.
ltita ht came to Uncago ami in
vested hi saving in real estate. He
got a yob with tht street car company,
ooarinwrd to save tad to tavest ia oat-
lyirig ro(prty. . '
The grow th of the ity to a popnla
rVoa of 2Wl.0O0 tells the store ot the
growth of hi fortune, hat few per- i
delicious in flavor
Rr yoars a favorito health
builder for young and old
Grape-Nuts is the
THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JANUARY 8. 191T.
EX-REGENT KALEY '
Widely Known Red Cloud Citi-
gen Passes Away in Los
HAS BROTHER IN OMAHA
Red Cioud, Neb., Jan. 7. (Special
Telegram.) Charlet W. Kaley,
widely known citizen of Red Cloud,
prominent in political circles and a
world-wide traveler, died at 9 o'clock
Saturday evening in Los Angeles,
where in company witli his titter,
Mita Be Kaley of Lincoln, he went
abont ten day ago to spend the win.
ter. r The cause of death was pneu'
monia. The body will be brought
here for interment.
Mr. Kaley leaves four brother. Al
bert U and David H. Kaley of this
city. J. L. .Kaley of Omaha and J,
A. Kaley of Elinyra, O., also three
aistert, Mr. W. K. Black ot Boulder,
Colo.,- Mr. Anna Cather and Mist
Beta Kaley of Lincoln.
Mr, .Kale v was born in Ohio in
1846 and came to this county in 1874,
where he studied law with hit brother,
H. S. Kaley. with whom he formed
a partnership, upon being admitted
to the by in 1876.
- Shortly afterward he became con
nected with the land department of
thev Burlington, continuing as their
representative for many years. He
wat elected county judge in 1679, was
appointed state representative in 1881,
and wat elected to the same position
in 1904. - -
From 1881 to 1903 he served as mem
ber of the State Board 6f Education
and from 1894 to 1898 as regent of
the ttate univertity.
He wat prominent in Masonic cir
clet, being , a member of the blue
lodge, the chapter, commander and
the mystic shrine, , He served one
year as high priest of the grand chap
ter. He waa appointed by Governor
Mickey a a member of hi staff.
Much of hi time in late years has
been spent in travel in the course of
which he made a trip around the
world and a tour of Palestine.
trna a atatt Carmnnaiatt 1
Lincoln, Jan. 7. (Special.) It may
be interesting to th people of Ne
braska to know that the total valua
tion of Nebraska' capital city has
doubled in the last twelve years, ac
cording to' a yearly statement pub
lished by a Lincoln newspaper, from
a valuation of SoOO.000 in 1903, It
jumped to $70,000,000 in 1916.
Taking the assessor! figure for it
the assessed valuation, which is con
sidered to be about 80 per cent of the
full valuation, was 130,946,949 in 1905
and last year was reported at $56,-
Bank clearing increased from 199.-
824,041 in 191 J to $156.SA262 ht 1916;
deposit hi bank from $11,008,111 to
$16571,147; loans and discounts from
$8,564,438 to $1X257 J78, and grot
potto trie receipts from $403,390 to
$50711 , -
Farmer' Arm Broken. ,
Tec Broach. Neb- Ian. 7. (SoeciaLI
John Fosi, a fanner Irving five mile
north of Sterling, is safrermg with a
broken arm. He wa starting home
from Sterling; when his team became
frightened, ran away and be was
thrown out of his rig. His right arm
was broken above the wrist.
sons of the millions who have handed
their nickels over to him dreamed
that the methodical old nan had all
this wealth. Two toat inherit the
fortune. Torhorg had a Bomber of
"Good spender may be good fel
lows, hat a bank account need ao
"Never pay for having; work done
that yoa can do yourself."
"Make vow vacation pile tu year
The tnaa who stop work it like
the oW milt oat of ase; he tails to
The last hit of philosophy is said to
accovnt for his sticking to a job which
tot many year he had ceased to awed
as an iacoene producer.
MISSISSIPPI BELLE TO CHRISTEN NEW NAVAL FIGHT
ER When the new battleship Mittittippi slides down the
ways at Newport News on January 25, Miss Camilla Mc
Beath of Meridian, Mis., will give the new sea fighter the
name of her native state.
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THREE JUDGES SIT IN
Suit Brought by Railroads in
Illinois Hay Have Bearing in
Other States of Union. :
OUTCOME BEING WATCHED
Chicago,' Jan. 7. The decision of
three judges of the United States dis
trict court, sitting en banc here, tn
the Illionis 2-cent fare case yesterday,
doe not settle the litigation, but
dears the legal decks for the real
controversy, according to a statement
issued by counsel for the railroads
Twenty-eight railroads operating in
Illinois sued for an, injunction against
the Public Utilities commission to
restrain it from enforcing the Illinois
law, which is said to conflict with a
rate of 2.4 cents authorized by the
Interstate Commerce commission.
Today the judges denied the peti
tion "without prejudice" and radi
cated the burden rests with the Utili
ties commission. 5 . , . -,
The immediate effect of today's
proceedings was to pave the way. for
a decision by Judge Landis on an
application for a permanent injunc
tion. In this" way decision on the
merit of the case is expected to be
attained, with a decision hy the su
preme court ia ultimate view.
Cases of a similar nature have
been to the upper court before, bat
the present one is said to present
the clearest issue between states'
rights and those of the federal gov
ernment Ten states other than Illi
nois have 2-cent fare laws, namely,
Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Min
nesota, Nebraska. Missouri, Kansas.
Oklahoma and Michigan. All are
watching the pending case. '
The statement of railroad counsel
said m part: The case is of anesaal
importance in that it scjuarely pre
sents to the court a conflict betweca
the national and state authorities in
the matter of railroad rates."
The new hearing by Judge Landis
will begii next Tuesday.
New Masonic Temple at
Alliance Nearly Ready
Alliance, Neb, Jan. 7. (Special.)
The new Masonic building at Alliance
is now nearing compterion. When
thit work is ooosnmaMted st wiU'give
to the Alliance lodge the finest Ma
sonic home ia western Nebraska. The
haildiag presents aa excellent appear
ance and represents aa outlay of about
$30,000. The lower floor will be taken
ap hy two modern store rooms, whae
the second and third floors will be
given over entirely to club and lodge
to ia Cardinal Tlrta la
- ' Catllaat Pafly Fraat 1 ta 11 T. M.
BIGGEST FILM HIT OMAHA HAS EVER KNOWN I
IF YOU ariaa aaaf aiira aaaltt aVwaai ya. wat aataa tWa aaaat aarta. awat
anltiaal ana aaaat aalaiwaau aialiiiwttt am aaataaa aattara ajafcary.
ASK ANYBODY WHO SAW IT YESTERDAY .
TaM WaMkWt all fa
FSaaai at aha Sallaaa a Uaa Oman, a
rJCES Ml t ta T a
Kiaaaa, aa ii. uaia, aaai 1 1 . , -
n iant isUiSlCaU. CUn.9QvK
TllCE CULT wLttk
ANYWAY, a n a fm
. LEW HILTON,
aaauc tnui carr-ti.
ta aaaaaaa ta aaa Ba. ana taaar.
aa. aiaaw aaaaa aat
Oadles af Seaiy Mwey DoUt
Tan aanar aaa
(11 MAS JOlryriw. Wit. Oantv.
- Mats. Ik sod 25c
ha AT A.TV WEEK
UlC DAY MATIKtt
aaat awa a laaaa.
Tkursasy Ettung, tin. 11th
WwlflL tatTatMl TSsJlaTafata
aa a PW.
. lsrnirm mmmg mimmmm
: tm mum t ma riwi
IStflaSSS m 1M M m UM
, tJK: nv 31c
thaSr Maa, a&s4 ao.
JACK WATT A
HIS SCTTCH LIUM
A tASSiES. HAL.
tEW A FW-1X,
Wkttaat t aat
1 11 lOlat w mmmm a
Wa -aaiar aaaa. nana aawaaa.
laa at aa aaaa at waa unaai
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aaiMNa vyraa aar aawa aiawat al
TWO MEN KILLED IN
FIGHT WITH ROBBERS
Posse of Officers and Citizens
Attack the Outlaws While
Camping in Kavine.
BOTH SIDES OPEN FIRE
Nowata, Okl., Jan. 7. In a 6ght
yesterdy with a band of robbers,
eighteen miles northeast of here, John
Garretsop and Marshal Bullock of
Delaware were shot and killed and a
son of Garretsoa- wounded. The rob
bers were camping in a ravine, sur
rounded by a dense forest J
According to people living in the
neighborhood,' the 'men had .made the
ravine their rendervousfor several
days and were always heavily armed.
After Garretson and Bullock were
killed, two men were sent to Nowata
and Delaware for reinforcements. The
man who came here said a general
fight was in progress when he left.
Efforts to trace the involved
in the recent robberiea were futile
until today, when officers here and at
Delaware were notified of the camp
! of the outlaws. Seventeen men volun
teered to hunt the robbers, the men
from Delaware scouting up one side
of the ravine while the deputies from
Nowata took the other side. .
A sentinel of the outlaws discovered
the Delaware men advancing and gave
the alarm. The robbers opened fire
and were answered by shots from
both sides of the ravine, which forced
them to positions behind the auto
mobiles of the Delaware posse. ' ;
7 Traat Caaaba S Caa at Oaeav
Dauaraaa branchial Ira alhaaala Wlaw
aacwetad aakla lata Dr. Kurt Haw DU
aavacr. It will kaep ra wall. All ru-
j awta. AdvarUaelaaat.
At All Matinees
Given Best Seats
sjurial fiwisi Mary,
rai tat Oaaaa aaat aawa -MaMaoi
t paattta by Maa Vara ( yaan
IT ON EARTH
d - dk. Sdaaal CMaW 10c; Aata. He
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"The Princes Pat'
SreCUL AUCME.VTEO OatCHESTRA
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Clin Kiahll Tcbbj
Tbe Rise ef Sbsxb'
afcta Mata afl wraiia aw a hay aad M m f
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aa hah nail caaahat wtth a aiaat actaaaa?
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SaaaM aakat ta Thaw IwiaaiT
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