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EVENING LEDGEB-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914.
, TO BACON'S VOTE
Relieves Court Order Should
Have Directed Seating of
) Moore Pending Final Decision.
Forty-Fourth Ward Select Coun
cilman Obedient Servant and
Beneficiary of the Ponrose-
Mnyor UlankcnburR today expressed Hie
tplnlon Hint tlio Supremo Court should
Jmve sealed tr. Philip H. Moore ns 8e
Itet Councilman from the 44th Ward until
Its declilon In tin otcctlon contest was an
nounced, Instead of permitting Dr. "Wil
liam I). Uacon to hold tho seat. It was
D.acon's vote which made possible tho
lasao ot tho Municipal Court's vacuo
land-condemnlnK ordinance . oer tho
Slajor's eto In Solcct Council on Tues
day. Tho Mayor said Dr. Moore anoum
JiiTe been seated, because. Judge Audcn
rled had declared Bacon's election had
ttten obtained by fraud and that Dr.
Moore was rightfully and legally entitled
to the scat.
"What do you think of the older of tho
Supremo Court permitting Do tor Racou
to retain his scat In Select Council until
a decision Is rendered In tho contested
loctlon case with Dr. Philip II. Mooio
In Unit ward?" tho Mayor was asked.
"It seems to me ns n layman," he
answered, "that from tho evidence In
llio case and after Judge Audenrlcd had
declared Doctor Mooro eligible to the
snat, he should be tho one retained In
Select Council until the decision of the
Supreme Court Is given, and not Bacon.
That's tho way It icems to me.
"I remembei the famous Conway case
In the fifth Ward ."M years ago. Conway
was counted out In the contest over tho
election for Select Council. He spent
Hinutands of dollars In contesting the
case In tho courts and was Anally award
ed hit seat on the very day that his
term In Councils expired."
VOTE KOR OKGANMSSATION".
The vote of Dr. Bacon, political ob
servers said toda, will continue to bo
recorded In Select Counril In the Interests
of Penrose, McNIchol and Varc, although
Judge Audcnried In Common Pleas Court
declared Bacon Ineligible to his seat.
The Supreme Court Is tho medium being
used to keep Bacon in his scat as the
ostensible representative of the 41th
"Ward, although Judge Audenrlcd Inter
preted the decision of the voters of that
vard, almost a year ago. to be for Ur.
rhlllp II, Moore, n man pledged to uphold
I the policies of the Blankcnhurg Admlnls-
I An ord-'r was made by the Supreme
Court yesterday giving Doctor Bacon the
privilege of remaining In Select Council
until the appeal he made to the higher
court from Judge Audcnrled's decision Is
BACON A MACHINE BENEFICIARY.
Bacon Is Included among tho dual offlee
lioklers In Select Council, whom Mayor
Blankenburg unsparingly denounced In
Ills message last Thursday. He recehes
n salary of $1000 a year as real estate
assessor. The post came ns a gratuity
from tho Republican machine early this
year. Bacon owes his fealty absolutely
to tho McNIchol branch ot the Penrose
According to Judge Audcnrled's Inter
pretation ot the balloting In tho Forty
fourth Ward last fall, Doctor Moore, tr
Blankenburg candidate, was elected by
Crookedness at the official count In the
ward vsas responsible for tho opening of
ll tho ballot boxes Tho examiners
made their report to Judge Audcnried,
eclarlnsr their finding to bo In favor of
Doctor Mootc. The original (.rooked count
ae a handful majority to the Pcntcne
JlcNIchol machine candidate, Dector
Judge Audenrlcd, after hearing the
arguments In the case, declared Moore
entitled to lhe seat. The Penrose-Mc-Mchol
candidate then introduced his
o into me ponderous mazes of the
"ipremo uourt in the shape of an ap
peal, a procedure frequently employed by
the Penrose-McNIchoI-Vare combine in
1 similar lases.
Bacon has already represented the Re
publican machine forces In Select Coun
cil for a year, under a legal expedient
rather than under the legal right, to his
"at. The effect of the order of the Su
preme Court will prolong that tenure.
U. S. THAT HE WILL
NOT ATTACK VILLA
"BABY," THE BULLDOG THIEF CATCHER AND ITS MASTER
NOTHING TOO GOOD
FOR BABY, BULLDOG
WHO CAUGHT THIEF
Mexican Leader Says His
Forces Will Wait on Ac
tion of Rebel General, ,
Who Rushes Army South.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 24.-Tho United
States Government today was notified
by General Cftrransa. that ho would not
nttack "General Villa and his forces, but
i would remain on the defensive and re
Troops of both Villa and Carrnnza !
rcAdy are moving to battle. Those of Car
ranza ars being sent north from Zaca
tecas, while Villa has locn gathering his
forces at Chihuahua and Torreon for sev
General Villa today ordered the mobili
zation of 23,000 troops of the Constitution
alist srmy of the north at Torreon,
where he expects to withstand an attack
by 10,000 Carranzlsta troops, snld to be
moving north from southern Mexico via
Ueneral Felipe Angeles, Villa's chief
lieutenant and leader of the rebel chief
tain s artillery, has been placed In charge
ot the Torreon forces and will command
' them In the first battle of tho new revo
lution now impending,
"Carranza must go and go quick," said
Villa today Is commenting oir his proc
lamation of hostilities. "I have declared
hostilities on him mid I nm prepared to
fight until he Is forced to flee from Mex
ico, Just ns Huerta was compelled to rlee.
This will not take long, as I expect to
push the campaign I have Inaugurated
with all possible speed "
Negotiations for an immense loan from
1 American capitalists are said to be In
progress, and If the transaction Is suc
cessful Villa will have a large fund.
General. mobilization of troops In north
ern Mexico, lojnl to General Carrunza, Is
under way at Monterey.
The present troop movements Indicate
that the first battle between the Car
ranza and .Villa forces will be fought In
the State of Zacatecas, somewhere on tho
Mexican National Railway.
General Villa Is rushing troops south
ward from Torreon as fast as troop
trains can he made up. Constitutionalists
loyal to Villa throughout Chihuahua and
Sonora are being concentrated.
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WAITERS QUARREL OVER TIPS
One Lftrtds In Hospital From Blotf
With Coffeo Pot.
Kdwnrd .Incobosky, of 131!) Wootl stwet.
a waller In the Adelphla Hotel, was hit
on the head with a sliver coffeo pot this
afternoon when he demanded more money
as his share of tho spoils from tho tips
received hv' a fellow worker this noon
He is in the Jefferson Hospital.
George ItlchardH, tho manager of the
kitchen nl the Adelphla, said the waiters
very often agree to divide tips, .fncobosky
and his fellow workers, who escaped
after knocking Jacobosky unconscious,
wero working under this agreement.
V h I lo the spoils were being divided
.Tncnhosky accused his ro-workers of not
giving lilni nil the money to which h
was rritlllfd That was the last ho if
memhered until he awoke In the accident
wnrd of the hospital surrounded by doc
tors and nurses.
SCHOOLBOYS HURT AT PLAY
Collide on the Stairs When Recess
Two bovs were Injured this afternoon
uhen they rolll'led while at play In tho
basement if tlm George ('handler Pub
lie RpIkhiI, Hast Mniitgomerv avenue and
Vt'lldey street The lads both of whom
are In St. Mary's Hospltnl, are Harry
Craig, 8 ears old, 1107 Columbia nvenuo,
nnd Howard lJIsnry, !l years old, 1028
Creasp street. When the bell rang re
culling the rhlldrcn from rneess the bo a
ran up the stairs. They collided near the
landing, each striking the other's head.
Their condition Is not serious.
HOT SOUP BURNS CHILD
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OFFICIAL AUSTRIAN LETTER OPENED BY ENGLISH CENSOR
A breach of neutrality by the British is alleged at the Austrian Consulate
as the result of the opening of this letter. It is said that it was taken from
a neutral ship.
wherever It pleases. This was made ap
parent today when the President told
callers at the White Houo thut tho ship
purchase bill would not be taken from
the Administration's legislative calendar.
It Is to bo pushed through Congress be
fore that body adjourns. Great llrltaln
and Prance have made Informal diplo
matic protests against the HermHItlon of
bolllgercnt ships by United States citizen"
PRESIDENT "STANDS PAT"
ON SHIP PURCHASE BILL
"Will Push. Measure Despite Opposi
tion by Englnnd nnd France.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21. President Wil
son Is to fight for the right of this Gov
ernment to purchase merchant shlA
Two-Year-Old Girl in Hospital With
ftose Stivaek, 2 years old, burned Iter
s' If, probubly fatally, this afternoon when
she pulled a bowl of hot soup over her
self while playing In the kitchen, where
her mother was cooking.
The (hild was ruihed from 631 "Moore
street, whom she lives, to tit" Mount Sinai
Hospital. Physicians say she will not
ATJTO INJURES MOTORCYCLIST
Riding n motorcycle this afternoon nt
Fifteenth and Wirrcohocklng streets,
Hiirthy Reuter. ot 3100 North Ninth street,
collided nltlt an automobile owned and
tit hen b Bruce Harrow, a well-known
teal estate man, of 130 North Twelfth
stteet Mr Harrow took Reuter In hlo
automobile to St. Luke's Hospital
Animal Avenges Master,
Struck Down by Robber.
Baby's Value ' Bounds,
But He's Not for Sale.
DUKE OF MANCHESTER
DUKE OF MANCHESTER
HERE WANTS SOLACE
FROM VEXING CARES
Tried to Interest Capitalists
in Moving Picture Project.
Gets Much Sympathy
From pol lies' Chorus.
(MARCH SMILES WHEN HE
HEARS DEATH SENTENCE
I Convicted of Sharing in Murder of
Ooisc "H. March, charged with tho
ti'Uider nf S Lewis Plnkerton, wan
"nlenced to death today by Judge John
n tn the courthouse at Mediu. Tho
prisoner smiled when condemned to die.
On June 19 last year March and
jfouland S. Pennington followed Pinker
en Into the stable of (i. Sealing WIN
nns fHrm in lodgement township, of
witleh Plnkerton was manager. The
'""n knew that Plnkeiton, who was a
'IV collector, carried nt times large
nims of monej. Pennington he.it the tax
""lleitoi over the head with a club, and
ie n, March rlfl-d the dead mans
They carted the body to j strip ot
woods aii bllrlfl, A FPari.h wus
ntaue for Plnkerton for several weeks,
'pulse Barber, the common law wlfa
Ii. h n,lal,y tt,,nt to the District
Attorney and confessed thut her bus
'Mnd had told her tbout lha killing of
Pennington at the last term of cour
roiiressed to his p.irt In the murder and
in? "entenced to die. His defense was
insanity, and he testified that ths mur
r was planned by March.
WOMAN SENT TO JAIL HAS
SERVED 17 YEARS THERE
Stole Jewelry From Home Where She
Posed as Servant,
fler serving seventeen ears and eight
worilhg lr, jail during the last TS years
"it charges of larceny from houses where
ne was emplojed as maid, Jennie De
'""'y. of many aliases, again was brought
Into tourt toda, charged with stealing
I'Wflry valued at 20 from Mr. Q. A.
ilhn00'!.' of "10 folumbla avenue, by
h" " was employed six day before
OumJ''J as. a """ant. Judge Searle. In
ni , Selon8 Court after the defend
thl! it d l)1,aded guilty sentenced her to
" "?" t Good Shepherd for not less
tout wr pjw than five years.
The Duke of Manchester, who has been
an unhcr aided visitor in Philadelphia, left
this city today after seeking advice as to
how lm could re-establish n ITOUO,000 mov
ing pictuin concern. The company col
lapsed in Now York, Its demise being due
to the complications In Europe, and scarc
ity of money generally.
Tho Duke did not receive much en
couragement from those he saw hare, so
he slipped quietly away from the Belle-
viie-Stratford on learning that conditions
The Duke Intended to make moving
pictures which would Instruct and en
tertain school children and their parents,
nnd to get good material he proposed
visiting the Holy Land and take pictures
In keeping with the plan: trips to India
and other places also were planned.
The entitle was to have been backed
bj tho International Social Service
League, which, up to a few days ago,
had sumptuously appointed office at 15
r.uai nut nireri, vei vorK city. The
league was organized last June, with a
tapltal stock of H0.000.0O. jo sprea(i In
mi oirecnons ma league also absorbed
the Church and School Social Service
Hurcati, of which Dr. William Carter, ex
pastor of Madison Avenue Reformed
Cliurth, was the head.
Or. Carter explained that the war.
economic conditions and failure of the
Duke's friendB to buy stock, caused the
collapse. When the moving picture plan
was picsented to the clergyman, he lm
mediately mado the Duke International
president. H. J. Hlte, of .S'etv York, a
practical plcturo man. was made sub
president, but the death of Mr. Hlte sub
sequently was a blow to the concern
from which It could not recover.
The Duke's wife, who was formerly
Miss Helena Zimmerman, an heiress of
Cincinnati, Is believed to be abroad.
Whether or not she approves of her hus
band's venture is a matter of conjecture
Tha heavy worries of the affair follow".
Ing the failure were a little too much
for the Duke to stand without relaxa
tion. Po he came to Philadelphia and
while here called on soma of the mem
bers of the "Follies of 19H" company It U
said, and told them of his troubles They
gave him lots of sympathy nnd In re
turn It appears that the Duke gave
them a dinner or a breakfast At any
rate It was a good meal. The feast
was In Atlantic City.
i iicu mo i.uRo returned here again
he tould not help thinking of his trou
bins, so he Just packed up, or had his
VPlet do the packing, and got out o
one knows where he went. '
Haby, a loyal bulldog which prevented
tobbcry of his master, Charles Harder, ot
:a West Glrard avenue, a Jeweler, Is hav
c Ing the time of his life today, after spend
I ins tho most miserable night of his canine
career In an alley near Second street and
Qlrard nvenue. Tho dog slunk Into tho
dark alley late last night, after he had
prevented the robbery, and lay there
whining all night.
The courageous animal was found by
Charles Blchl, of ISt West Glrard ave
nue, this morning. Blchl was attracted
by the pitiful ciles of tho dng, and
Baby was taken homo again. Ho Is
getting everything he wants to eat to
day and tho whole neighborhood is
praising his valor, patting him on tho
head nnd telling him what a good dog
NEVEP. "WAS A FIGHTER.
Horetototo Baby has not had much
of a reputation as a fighter. His nature Is
peaceful. He stayed In the house too
much to get experience. He was dozing
In a corner of his master's Jewelry store
last night, when a mar., who later gave
the name of Thomas Stercks, of 1137 East
Columbia avenue, entered.
The man asked to see wedding rings
ano displayed a ?5 bill. Then he re
quested Mr. Harder to show him dia
monds. When tho Jeweler started to put
IMP lU.flf nn ..I.. I .. r..-.
..iR iiiibb uticii oiercKs mew a
piece of lead pipe from under his coat
nnd struck Hnrder over the head. The
Jeweler dropped unconscious.
Stcrcks heard a low, savare growl and
then something that seemed to be all
action and teeth struck him in tha throat.
Scarcely able to see, he fought desperate
ly to break the grip of the bulldog.
But when Stercks tore the animal loose
by main force. Baby sunk his teh
somewhere else, and for ten minutes the
two battled around the store. At last
Stercks managed to get a grip on tho doit
,,.,.. .." .i.ii. uiu inisin ot me room.
Then he fled.
the nonnnrt vanquished.
Baby is fat. but he is a bulldog, and
therefore persistent. He had but one aim
In life, It took him two blocks to catch
Stercks, who ran with the speed of fear
but when Baby sunk his teeth again It
was In tho seat of Steriks" trousers. The
man fell and tho dog stood over him.
By that time persons in the vicinity
of the store learned what had happened
to Harder. The dog willingly stepped
aside. Stercks' head was covered with
blood Ills throat and ear are badly
marked. While Stercks and Harder were
being taken to St. Marl's Hospital, Baby
The bulldog, In spite of the fine treat
ment being given It. is still somewhat
undecided toflay about the whole affair.
When an Kvknino I.Knntn photographer
went to the Jewelry store Baby was
under the safe, and the dog looked wnr.
ned. It will take a few hours of caress.
Ing to overcome th animal's evident
fear that It was too brutal with the In
truder last night
STOHE OPENS 810 A. M. AND CLOTHS AT 5-10 P. M.
.mii, or imiom; oimnrtv rn.i,F;n:
Size 81x90 indies.
No mail or 'phone orders.
, f standard and well-known make
ol bleached sheeting. Medium weight:
no dressing. Three-inch hem.
FIRST FLOOR, NORTH
HATS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE
Market Eighth Filbert Seventh
$2.00 to $6.00
No mail or 'phone orders.
Popular makes in desirable models.
High, medium or low bust. In
count, batiste and fancy materials.
All boned with best corset boning.
Despite the great advance in prices of all gloves we are able to hold,
Our Annual October Glove Sale
And even more remarkable is the fact that many of our prices are lower than were ashed laxt i,car, ,
, ... iu u"!njg in mucn greater quantities and buying earlier long before any one gave tnoutlit to
"";. uc (entries.
The Vast Majority of These Gloves Are Imuorted
Manv nf tha tiiffo Ust 4nAHtA i i .
sc-u-cltv win i uy f?rt,no1J nnrt the future for u's impossible to foretell hat "Jump '
" " i'twa vane (diui (.tilt
Women's Genuine French Kid Gloves, $1
Regular $1.50 Values, at v I
h,Wpwsi!t5JIe .WhIte: tan: Bra'- filso. whlte-wlth-black and black-wlth-whlte backs.
In Paris point, flat and two-tone embroidered effect.
Women's Fine $1.75 and
$2 French J 1 1Q
Kid Gloves, P l l
Two-clasp pique, In black, white,
tan and Kray; nlao whlte-wlth-black
nnd black-wlth-whlte flat
I-'Ine Imported kid; full-cut
arms; tnree clnsps at wrist.
20-button length, tf f (
f3 value tP.JL7
KIItST FLOOR. EIGHTH
A New York Importer's
Entire Sample Line
Regular .lOc to $1
I'or women, misses, men and boi
I3c sure and always get
when ciu shop here. We rivc two for each
10c worth joii purchase before noon.
Soc to $1.00 C!C
Striped Tub Silks:
S2 to .IB Inches wide.
Extra heavy, all
silk qualltv In styl-
strlped effects on white and colored
3fi inches wide; smooth, fine weave
and soft dresH finish. A few de-
- strable shades only.
FIUST EEOOR. SOUTH
$2 and $2.25 Bed Spreads, $1.05
Oik Is, a white .Mar-soilles with a satin finish.
IJr tt ill siuni Plain hem.
Another is tine i IushIi oen white crochet
In MaisiMilrs effects with i ut-nut corners and
I'lRST I I.OOR. NORTH
. . w
whlTBu"; Men's Fall Suits Here
We are practically putting a Five Dollar Note in your pocket in the case of
any of these three lines
R'7lar d Regular f ( Regular &C
$15 Suits P 1 U lOjga'PZU
mbleJes.rn's'arcofo'rl' fiU,rlC5' aU-W00'' ,n a ide " f h" ' '
ironff'saarrvlce.,endltlI' tallorea anrt wl" reUln tnelr drcss' appearjme m sp,t, of
TRAIN HITS IiOOttPIXER
Thomas Kershaw, 57 years old. Ilvinir
at 6 Brick Ito. B.lmor.t. w ..'rMSk
b a train on the Baltimore and Ohio
bridge near Laurel Station early today
II Is in the Woraen'i Homeopathic llo
pltal In a serious condition. w," "oa
Kershaw Is a. Ioomflxer. and w.. ..,.
Inu home from the J. and J. Dobion mills
here he Is employed lfU scalp wag
SAMUEL BAERNCOPF DEAD
Man Interested tn Beneficial Societies
Dies After Long Illness.
Samuel Baerncopf, 60 je3rs old, and a
Rojal Arch Mason, died today at his
home, 4157 Leldy ave He was in feeble
health for is months, but would not be
i-uuiiiieq io nts Dd. tor 30 years Raern
copr had been actively Interested In the
Krakauer Benellclal Association and of
man other socletle He mill be sue-
'"' in rne pawnuroKing business, at
Kii lincaster aienue. by his son Three
dauKhters, Mrs. B. Baernkopf, of New
lork; Carrie D and JeanetU. and a son.
TThd-f R-vr XJf ",'"J hJ,H c""denco In himself nn.l n,,tlim-
11UI UUV rr 111S r I i " " ,en,l assmiime .i-, tu Uuuw
Is properl and st.vlishU cloth..!
l i i n t fls-ineil crinkled
ir.pe .sli,.ooi models nlth
n.ttoii cimn iac- insertion
unu ettce. rinnon run
BOYS' $8.50 SUITS at $4.98
Of worsted cheviots and enssnner-s. also nmv l.luo fiarR. in newest Norfolk and
n,tW" and three-button. double-breasu-d stiles, with p.u, h pucK.ts cut siltct,l
Also corduroy suits tu ne HB,t ,u,d dark hrovvn, with pes-top trouseis a,l
watch pocket, lined throuRhout Some with etra pair trousers
ncsules.nuMlan.and sailor models of ,iiett blue and brourr serge, in i emulation
stles, with chevron on sleeve. And resulatlon stie in fanc mixtures of Kf.,
and brown. Sizes :, to is eats '
SECOND l'UOOl!. St:Vi:.NTH AND MAIIKliT hTUCKT.S
50c Camisoles, 29c
lialow lace, ribbon straps oer shoulder;
$1.00 to $1.50 Silk Q
Stockings JZ C
r.iiniti-d lot of wnm.'iih insrain silk stockings
In blai k with rups tliiishe.i m ilalntv colorlncH
- rul. Kiild laciidei and purple All full fash
iiuiiil with huh splli id hri-ls, duiiblii soles and
iIimiIiI.' sinrtir tnjis Manufacturers throw -vjuti-,
but noihine tn nffiit w.-ar.
Nil Hull Order.
VinST I'M mil SOPTIf
: Of Particular Importance in the Salons of Apparel
Six Styles in Smart M
!$20 Fall Suits . . .
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c.. W.KUH.B ue, ,r- are or cneviot, mcUiuin wcicht serce and cr.il.ir,lme
;in green, brown, blue and black. Smartly tailored in the ultra fashionable
J Redingote effect, with 40- to 45-inch coats, showing wide bands at hips, velvet
; or braid trimming and lined with guaranteed satm.
! With these are combined skirts of veru smart side ulaited and ,mL-a tn
AS AMBASSADOR TO CHILI
Henry P. Fletcher's nomination to
Senate By President,
WASHINGTON, Sept 2.-PreJdnt
lacerated, his back wrenched and he ii. lEXELiZrL 7 t0 ihB J!1 the
' i. itnasyUaala, to he Ambasjadvr t9 ChJU. I V
Womens and Misses' $27.50 Autumn Suits, SQQ
Of serge, gabardine urn! chciiot.
Include F.nctrsh ciit-awav ami Unsman Lin,i fn.i., ...,.- f .,
Hd JTV1!S,,lk:'iral,1.',othcrs,,n,"n,cl1 w,th clvct. cord ornamenu or fur
cloth, and alt lined with vam dved tin
Skirts are exceedingly stylish, too. Colors include
dark broivn, black, Holland and navy blue.
: Women's and Misses' $25 Top Coats $iq en
n. n , . T olu,,!n ures n rich Autumn shades ami shown, rir.nl
;or RedlnBot tendeno Many have plush or fur-cloth trir,r. .' Pp
; satin HnlBw. and all fasten in hlKh mUltary fashion """'"'"' puarant-e.
high military fashion.
(, i , HA :
MM I I m
$1.50 Tea Sets at
T h r e p -piPi
e i'.i r
Mi. in nun i
lll of .
the - al-
t a t I o n
11 ' x a lion
liuw I with
lover and i
ki.t . .. isy -ivZ
lain pili Iipi
SI Inverted Liirhts. 49n
U ith tmtt-il Klds.s shmle pink I.Iup or amber
Complete with Bmnl burner and to mantles.
$1.75 Couch Covers, 97c
Mi-aiv lapi'siu i tinental dehii;ns, fringed all
aiuund t-ull lonth .did wnith
()0c and 75c Heavy Cork OQ
Linoleum, sq. yd JQ,
Ri iiuidiit lengths Two aid fuiir iards wide.
l'U.isu tiruit; sizes
1M1 IlTH FLOOR
SI REX MOP and a 25c BOTTLE SANI.QENIC
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