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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1902.
1BE MODERN HARDWARE STORE.
During tho cool fall even
ings is a serious question nt
"Brightest and Best"
makes It easy no trouble to
keep your rooms nt an even
Prices, 94.00 to $12.00.
Foote & Shear Co.
il9 "Washington Ave.
of every description can al
ways be found nt this store.
The same can also be said of
everything in supplies for
Arlsto, Platino, Aristo Jr., Solio,
American and Willis & Clements'
Eastman's W. D. Platinum and
Eastman's and French Satin Jr.
blue print paper.
211 Washington ave.
PETER N. HAAN
Livery, Boarding, Cab Service, Shop
ping, Opera, Party, Wedding
and Train Calls.
HEAVY TEAMING AND DEAYING
New Stables, 1415 Mulberry Street.
New 'Phone 2057.
A few shares of Title Guarantee &
Trust Co.'s Stock below the market if
called for immediately.
I. F. riEGARGEL & CO.
Stocks, Bonds and Securities,
Is exceedingly comforting in
times of need. Begin now and
keep at it systematically while
the opportunity is ripe.
THE PEOPLE'S B.UI.
Ml-s nachel Owens, of Brick nvenuc,
has returned from u visit with Philadel
Wado Finn, of North Main avenue, is
entertaining his niece, Miss Jennlu Finn,
of Jlkldlotuwn, N. Y.
Miss Edith IJ.ivis, of Factoryvllle, has
returned homo after it brief visit with
friends on West Market street.
Miss Jessio Cnllcudcr'and Ml.ss Maliel
Fordnum liavo gono to resume their sm
iles ut Aliliot academy, Audover, Mass.
J. Albertson Lord, of Washington, D.
C, nephew of Mr. ami Mis. Clmiles W.
""Matthews, Is vMtlutr nt tho luttor's resi
dence, GCO Quluey avenue.
Invitations have been Issued for tho'
weddliiK of Miss Kathryn Dorrnnco l.uv
erty to William Vail Johison, of Newnrl;,
N. J., In the l'list Pienbyterlan church
on October II.
GENERAL PARADE ABANDONED,
C. T. A. XT. Could Not Get Satisfac
The parade of tho Cutholle Total Ab
stinence, societies comprised in the
Scranton Diocesan union, which was to
have been hold In West Scrunton on
October 10, 1ms been officially declared
off by the board of Rovcrnmcnt because
it has been found Impossible to secure
what the board considers a "reasonable"
rnto of fure from the railroad com
panies. The Delaware and Hudson company
agreed to sell tickets nt half faro from
all points within a radius of fifty miles
of this city except where such u redua
tlon would muko tho prlco of a ticket
fall below twenty-five cents. No com
mission whatever on the sale of tickets
would bo allowed,
It is possible that a parade of the
local total abstinence societies muy bo
held on October 10.
A meeting of executive committee of
the West Scrunton societies will bo held
In St. Leo's hall this ovenlng to take
action on the board of government's re
port, and to decldo whether or not the
local societies will parade.
They Pay the User,
If you wish a half-tone or line cut,
it the Scrunton Tribune mnko It for
ou, Our equipment for this work Is
complete and up-to-date, Wo" have
facilities for doing the finest sort of
work at lowest prices and what's more,
we do it, A trial order will convince
Breck's Grape Juice. Coursen's.
Eat FRUITED WHEAT for breakfast.
THE NEEDS OP
THEY ARE PEOPLE AND MONEY
SAYS MISS WOOD.
Sho Outlined the Work Being Accom
plished by the Association at an
Open Meeting Held in the Elm
Park Church Yesterday Afternoon.
The Need of More Workers with a
Determination to Do Individual
Work Especially Dwelt Upon The
Girls on the Street.
At a public meeting held yesterday
afternoon in the 131m Park Methodist
church tho great alid urgent need for
more active workers and more money
for the Young Women's Christian As
sociation were forcibly presented by
Miss Bertha M.Wootl, tho general sec
retary. Despite the unpleasant weather which
prevailed a fairly large sized gathering
was present. The principal address
wns to havo been made by Mrs. Mar
garet E. Sangster but Illness prevented
her from coming to this city. Mrn. E.
II. Itlpple, the president, was also 111
and In hor place, Rev. Dr. Robert F. Y.
Pierce, jwator of tho Penn avenue Bnp
tlst church acted as presiding ofllcer.
Prayer was offered by Rev. Dr. C. M.
Glflln and" after a selection by the
church quartette, Dr. Plereo Introduced
Miss Wood, paying at the same time a
high compliment to woman's power and
Influence for good throughout nil tho
"You women," said he, "are moulding
lives not only for time but for eternity
and you will never know until you
come before the judgment sent of God
the extent of your Influence."
Miss Wood In beginning said that the
work of the Young Women's Christian
association Is nn expression of the prin
ciple "Love Your Neighbor," which
Christ expressed while upon earth. The
association alms, she said, to recover
not only a woman's soul but her body
NO WORK MORE NOBLE.
"As as-soelntion workers," sho con
tinued, "you must realize that there Is
no work more noble, more Christ-like or
more dignified than assisting In tho
formation of the character of young
women. I have no desire to lessen the
need of reformatory institutions for
young women but I see no reason why
we should wnlt until they have sinned,
until they have lost that which they
can never regain before seeking to save
She outlined at some length the work
being accomplished by tho local asso
ciation and Its branches in both a ma
terial and a spiritual way. The need of
u boarding home where strange young
women coming to the city might stay
pending the making of permanent ar
rangements on their patt was comment
ed upon. Tho closing of tho West
Scranton branch because .of a lack of
funds was commented upon and the
hope expressed .that It might again be
opened this coming winter.
The present debt of the association,
about $1,000, Miss Wood said looked
very large in the eyes of the board of
managers but there would be no need
for Its existence If the Christian people
of this city rallied to tho support of the
work as they should.
"People who go down on Lackawanna
avenue on Saturday night," sho said,
"and see the thousands of young girls
walking up and down are Inclined to
think that the association isn't accom
plishing much. I think wc are accom
plishing more than any reasonable
person could expect us to.
WHY ON THE STREET.
"Did you ever stop to consider that
the reason these girls are on the street
Is because there Isn't much In their
home-life to attract thorn. I wish that
some of us who havo beautiful homes
of our own would open them once in
a while for the use of these young
women. I wish I could get a number
of women to volunteer to open their
homes once or twice a year to these
young women and assist In entertaining
them. I'm sure that the feeling that
one had done something to brighten
their lives nnd to help them to some
thing better would more than repay for
any trouble which might be caused.
"Tho work of the association in this
city would be stronger and more ef
ficient and more young women would
bo saved If we hnd more workers, If
there were more women doing individ
ual work. I think that the best thing
In this work Is to seek out an individual
young woman and bring her to see the
truth rather than to devote one's time
and energies to save tho masses. That
was Christ's way. Ho hunted up in
dividuals. "We have hardly commenced In this
city tho great Held known as extension
work or work among tho factory girls,
of whom there are so many thousands
here. There seems to be hopeful signs
that this work will broaden nnd grow
hero but It hasn't been fulrly com
NOON HOUR SERVICE STOPPED.
Miss Wood told of nn attempt which
was made In the South Scranton silk
mills to have n service at tho noon hour
for girls and how the management had
stopped It. There is a tremendous field
for active work among these girls, sho
said, many of whom work for eleven
hours with but a half hour for lunch.
Of a party of twenty-seven taken to
Lake Scrunton lust summer only two
hnd over visited tho place. Another
tasted Ice-wntcr for tho first tlmo In
tho South Side association rooms.
"It takes two things," sho concluded,
"to Increase tho usefulness of tho Y. W.
C. A, In this city people and money.
There are plenty of both In this city.
I leave the case In your hands,"
Special work: Character-building and
preparation for college and business.
Certificate received by colleges. Co-educational,
Ample attention given to the
ornamental brunches, Superior dormi
tories, science hall, chapel, dining room,
gyinnuslum and athletic field, A finely
equipped preparatory school, $300 a
years term now open. For catalogue,
address L. L. Sprugue, D, D., presi
m ii .
Miss Le Vay at Hotel Jerrayn.
Miss Le Vay will be at tho Hotel
Jermyn, Tuesday only with tailor made
and dress hats. (
Miss Susan Morris
Will show pattern hats today and to
morrow. Breck's Grape Juice, Coursen's.
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
The Generous Opportunities
Afforded Conservatory Students for listening to standard
performances of the best pianoforte literature as presented
In Mr. Pennington's' "Interpretation Lessons," which are
given every Saturday morning In St. Luko's Parish House,
will exercise a most wholesome and refining Influence on
the style and general quality of tho playing of the pupils
themselves. These lessons, or lecture-recitals, are
free to all Conservatory Student's.
Best Gnmo of the Season nt Athletic
Park on Saturday Won by a
Score of 2-1.
The Scranton semi-professionals won
their best game of the season nt Ath
letic park on Saturday by defeating the
strong Plttston Brothers' team, in one
of the clennest and sharpest contests
ever witnessed on a local diamond. The
thousand or more spectators were kept
busy applauding clever plays and fast
Holding, nnd there was no let up until
the winning run was scored in the last
half of the ninth inning, with one man
out. Then followed a succession of hits
which set the fans going, nnd the end
ing was exceedingly pleasing to all
except tho Plttston boys' supporters,
who bet heavily and lost on their favor
ites. The Brothers' only run was scored in
the fourth Inning when Ed Schmaltz
hit safely, stole second, went to third
on Wlrth's passed ball and scored on
an out at first. Tho features on tho
Plttston side were catches of foul Mies
by Toy and Ernest Schmaltz. Their
pitcher weakened In the ninth, and al
lowed four hits in succession. Their
all-around playing, however, was the
best seen here this season by visitors,
their two errors being on hard chances.
Gallagher and Grlflln were easily tho
stars of the home team. The former
made three hits, accepted eight chances
and assisted in two double plays. Tho
latter allowed but three hits, struck out
five men, had four assists, and made
one of the hits that helped win tho
game. The only error was made by
Owns on a throw from McCue, and It
was an excusable one. Manager Wlrth
also played a good game, but his passed
ball was really responsible for Pitlston's
only run. However, he deserves much
credit for the excellent games provided
so late in the season, and should be
encouraged In his endeavor to provide
clean base ball for this city.
The correct detailed score of the game
is as follows:
A13. R. H. PO. A. E.
Madcnspacher, cf. ..7, 0 1 2 0 0
Francis, ss I 0 10 2 0
Ciilkln, If 3 1110 0
Ferris, rf 1 0 0 10 0
Gallagher, 2b 4 0 3 4 4 0
Owens, lb 4 0 1 10 0 1
McCue, 3b 3 1112 0
Wlrth, c 3 0 15 3 0
Griffin, P I 0 10 4 0
31 2 10 27 15 1
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Walsh, ss I 0 112 0
Ed. Schmaltz. 3b.... 3 1 1 4 2 1
Toublll, 2b I 0 0 12 0
Er. Schmaltz, lb 4 0 0 9 10
P. Schmaltz, p 2 0 0 0 10
Runnc. If 3 0 12 0 0
Toy, c 2 0 0 fi 1 0
Burke, rf. 3 0 0 0 11
Moran, 'cf 2 0 0 2 0 0
27 1 3 '23 10 2
One man out when winning run was
Scranton 0 0 o o 0 0 0 l 1-2
Plttston 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 01
Earned runs Scranton, 1; Plttston, 0.
Two-babe hits Culkln. Sacrifice) hits
Ferlrls. Stolen bases Owens, Ed.
Schmaltz. Left on bases Scranton, 5;
Plttston, 3. Struck out By Griffin, 5; by
Schmaltz, 4. Double plays Francis to
Gallagher to Owens, Wlrth to Gallagher.
First on errors Scranton, 1: Plttston, 1.
First on balls-Off Grlfiin, 3; off Schmaltz,
3. Hit by pitcher Moran. Wild pitches
Schmaltz. 1. Passed balls Wlrth. J.
Umpire Southard. Scorer Hughes. Time
WILKES-BARRE IS DEAD.
Secretary Seamans Says Business Is
at a Standstill.
"If you want to see a thoroughly dead
town," said Secretary Seamans of tho
board of trade on Saturdny, "you want
to take n run down to Wllkes-Barro.
Our business hero may have fallen off
somewhat because of tho strlko but tho
condition here Is not to bo compared
with the existing conditions In Wllkes
Barre. Business men nro despondent at
the situation and seem certain that it
will take months for the town to re
cover after the strlko Is over.
"This city Is not dependent upon the
coal Industry to ns great an extent as
Wllkes-Barro Is and for that reason wo
havo not been so much' affected by tho
suspension of work. We have other In
dustries here, thanks to the foresight
of tho hoard of trade, and our business
Interests are therefore safe."
Secretary Seamans had Just returned
from an Interview In another part of
tho state with a gentleman who Is
desirous of establishing nn industry em
ploying ubout 100 hands and who favor
ably considers tho advantages of this
us a site, He Is expected on this wok
to look over the ground,
Mr. Seamans believes In the advan
tages of semiring a number of small
Industries which will have an opportun
ity for growth rather than one large
Industry with growth already attained,
"I would rather huvo ten industries
employing 100 men each established
here," said he, "than one Industry em
ploying 1,000 men. The smaller Indus
tries, If successful, will gradually cm
ploy more hands ns tho demand In
creases and the final result will be much
better for tho city,"
Dr. Llndabury, Surgeon, diseases ot
women a specialty, 215 Connell building.
Hours: 11 a. m. to 4 p. m.j 7 to 8.30
Eat FRUITED WHEAT for breakfast.
Won the Deciding Game in the Series
Which Was Played at Plttston.
Tri-City Social Club Organized.
Tho third nnd deciding game of base
ball in the series between the Scranton
nnd Wllkes-Barro printers waB played
at Riverside park, Plttston, Saturday
afternoon, and resulted In a victory for
the Scranton boys by a score of 9-8.
The contest was replete with brilliant
plays and afforded much amusement
for the spectators,. The score was as
R. H. PO. A. E.
Snyder, c. ...
Rafter. 2b. ..
J. Folan, rf.
Dolan, cf. ...
Jansen, lb. .
E. Folan, ss.
AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Allen, ss 3 112 11
Evans. 3b.-c 5 1 2 G 1 0
Kelly, p 3 0 0 1 G 0
Morgans, c.-3b 1 115 10
Sylvus, lb 5 12 7 11
Youngblood, If 4 1110 0
Fritz, if J 0 10 0 0
Burke, 2b 2 2 0 2 0 0
Lalld, cf 3 110 0 0
3S S 9 21 10 2
Scranton 0 0 0 0 0 3 15 x 9
Wilkcs-Barre 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 1-S
.Earned runs Scranton, G; Wllkes-Barre,
i. Two-base hits E. Folan, Fritz. Three
base hits, Jones. Home runs Snyder,
Sylvus. Struck out By Kelly, 10; by
Jones, 5. Double plays Dolan to Sny
der. First on errors Scranton, 2; Wllkcs
Barrc, 5. I'mplre M. Walton, Scorer
McCollum. Time 1.30.
After the game the visitors headed by
a drum corps, paraded to Caledonian
hall, where a banquet was enjoyed,
after which tho Tri-CIty Typographical
Social club was permanently organized
with the following officers: President,
J. C. Keifer, of Wllkes-Barre; vice
president, Andrew Downing, of Scran
ton; secretary-treasurer, John J. Col
lins, of Scranton.
The club will include In its member
ship tho printers of Wllkes-Barre, Pitts
ton and Scranton, and members of the
various allied crafts. Meeting will be
held three times yearly In the different
cities, and sociability will be the feature
with base ball and banquets us supple
mentary features. Tho next meeting
will be held in this city on Benjamin
Franklin's birthday, January 17, 1903.
SCOTT WAS ACQUITTED.
Case of Importance to Coal and Iron
William H. Scott, a coal and iron
policeman commlsslonqd by the Seneca
Coal company, on July 23, while wait
ing for a street car on Main street In
tho city of Plttston, near the colliery,
was set upon by a gang, who over
powered him, assaulted him, took his
revolver from him, and then dragged
him before a Justice of the peace, whero
he was charged with carrying concealed
weapons und committed to the county
Tho case was tried before Judge John
T.vnnh nnd n inrv Inst week, and n ver
dict rendered Saturday morning ac
quitting tno uorenuant nnu placing mo
costs on tho prosecutor, Peter McDon
ald. This is a recognition of tho right
of coal and iron police to carry re
Tho night bchool of the Lackawanna
Business College will open October 1.
Shorthand, business course, arithmetic,
penmanship, etc, taught by experienced
nnd painstaking instructors. Wo shall
bo pleased to havo you call and see
what wo can do to help you put to good
ndvantago the long evenings which are
Miss Susan Morris
Will show pattern hats today and to
The fiuest uufer
mented Wine on the
market. Made ex
pressly for church
Pints, 25c; $2,r5 Dozen,
Quarts, 50c; $5,50 Dozen,
E, G, Course ii,
PBOM SATURDAY'S WORK IN
THE TRIBUNE'S CONTEST.
Mr. Klpp and Mr. Thompson Are
Tied for Fourth Place Mr. Kresgo
and Miss Harpur for Fifteenth, nnd
Miss Mathowson and Mr. Klbler for
Nineteenth Mr. Thompson Now
Heads the List of September Lend
ers Mr. Havenstrlto in Fourth
Standing: of Contestants
A. J. Kellorman, Scranton.788
Charles Burns, Vandllng. . 583
William T. S. Rodriguez,
Oscar H. Klpp, Elmhurst. .427
Herbert Thompson, Car-
Albert Frcedman, Belle-
Wm. Sherwood, Harford.. 380
Fred K. Qunster, Green
Maxwell Shepherd, Oar-
Chas. W. Dorsey, Scranton.244
J. A. Havenstrite, Mos
L. E. Stanton, Scranton. . .155
Harry Madden, Scranton. 124
Hendrick Adams, Chin
Homer Kresge, Hyde Park. 98
Miss Beatrice Harpur,
Frank B. McCreary, Hall
Don C. Capwell, Scranton. 81
Miss Jane Mathowson,
Fred Kibler, South Scran
William Cooper, Priceburg 62
Lewis Bates, Scranton .... 52
Louis Gere, Brooklyn.... 49
Walter Hallstead, Scran
A. L. Clark, Green Grove. . 41
Lee Culver, Springville ... 40
Miss Edna Coleman,
Grant M. Decker, Hall
Miss Mary Yeager, Green
Elmer Williams, Elmhurst. 33
Hugh Johnston, Forest
Eddie Morris, South Scran
Harry Danvers, Provi
As a result of Saturday's work In
The Tribune's Educational Contest
there are three ties in tho table of
leaders this morning. One of these is
very near the top where Herbert
Thompson, of Carbondnle, succeeded In
tlelng with Oscar H. Kipp, of Elmhurst,
each having 4127 points. Early Satur
day morning thirteen points were re
ceived from Miss Beatrice Harpur, of
Thompson, which would have placed her
ahead of Homer Kresge, of Hyde Park,
had not the latter young man scored
two points late In the afternoon. This
gives each 9S points and Mr. Kresge
still holds tho position by right of pri
ority. Tho third tie was made by Fred
Kibler, of South Scranton, who scored
three points, giving him an equal num
ber with Miss J5me Mathewson, of Fac
toryville. With the three ties made on Saturday
there are now four In the main table,
the other being between Lee Culver, of
Springville, and Miss Edna Culver, of
of Scranton, each having 40 points.
NO CHANGE IN STANDING.
Although ten contestants scored on
Saturday there were no changes In the
main table. The full score of the day
Fred K. Gunster 15
Miss Beatrice Harpur 13
J. A. Havenstrite 12
William Sherwood 3
Maxwell Shepherd 3
William Cooper 3
Fred Kibler 3
Harry Madden 3
Herbert Thompson 3
Homer Kresge 2
THOMPSON LEADS FOR MONTH.
The points scored Saturday made an
Important change among the leaders
for the September prizes. Mr. Thomp
son now holds tlrst place, hnvlng passed
Mr. Kellerman, but he only holds the
position by the nut row margin of two
points. Another important change was
the advancement of Mr. Havenstrite to
fourth position, whero ho is In line for
one of tho four prizes offered for the
best work during the month.
Tomorrow night at C o'clock tho Sep
tember contest closes, and all points
must be In tho hands of the contest
editor bj' that hour. Only points which
nro In The Tribune ofllco or received ut
the Scranton postofllco by 5 p. m. will bu
Remember that the mahv contest has
four weeks yet to run, closing Saturday
evening, October 25. All who wish to
enter tho contest must do so by Wed
nesday of this week, No entries will bo
received nfter that date.
A Mandolin, valued at SIO,
No. 2 Brownie Camera,
No. 1 Brownie Camera.
No, 1 Brownie Camera.
Horbett Thompson ,,., 131
A. J, Kellerman,..,...,., 120
Wm. T, S. Rodriguez 123
Joseph A. Havenstrite ,, at
Oscar H. Klpp, S3
William II. Sherwood 73
Churles W. Dorsey,., 10
Don C. Capwell , CO
Maxwell Shepherd .,,, ,, 65
Charles Burns ,,,,,,,.,,,,.... 65
MADDEN DOING GREAT WORK.
After the above article was prepared,
Harry Madden, of this pity, who Is con
nected with the Thirteenth regiment,
sent in twenty-six new subscribers,
each for one month, and will bo entitled
to twenty-six points tomorrow morning.
Mr. Madden Is wot king hard and will
probably advance two or moro places
before tho end of the week.
Eat FRUITED WHEAT for breakfast.
This Hardly Expresses What
Scranton People Say
Any Itchiness of tho sltln Is annoy
ing. Little danger In Itching skin diseases,
Rut they make you miserable.
Doan's Ointment Is a never falling
For Piles, Eczema, all Itching trou
bles, Scrunton citizens endorse It.
Mr. Frank II. Grecif, of 423 Tenth
street, snys; "I suffered from Itching
hemorrhoids, day In nnd day out. I
used a great many salves during eight
or ten years, but 1 never got any
permanent relief from them, It I got
warm and sat down the terrible Itch
ing began, and I always felt it come
on when I undressed nnd retired. I
saw Doan's Ointment advertised, pro
cured a box nt Matthews Bros.' drug
store and used it according to direc
tions. Two applications convinced me
that It was all right, and continuing
the treatment I was entirely cured. 1
havo had ease and comfort over since."
For sale by all dealers; price CO cents.
Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y
sole agents for tho United States.
Remember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
Sept. 29; 30 and
ALL ARE INVITED.
ALL ARE WELCOME.
All Cars Transfer to
Are the best in the world.
In VARNISHES we carry
Yalen tines and
Also a full line of Brushes
Bittenbender & 51
126-128 Franklin Ave.
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This Coupon and
Buys 5 Pairs of
Today, September 29
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Ten Dollars for Guesses
.Who can namo tlio winner tn Tho
Trlbuno's ICihteatlonftt Contest, and
tell tho number of points he or sho
Plrst Prize 85.00 in Oold.
Next Three 31.00 each.
Next Two 00 cents each.
Next Four 25 cents each
TOTAL Ten Prizes, Ton Dollars,
Cut out the coupon below, fill It tn,
and pond to "Scranton Tribune, Scran
ton, Pa., Guessing Contest."
Monday, Sept. 29.
I think the vlnner ot Tho Trib
une's Educational Contest will bo
No. of points
Cut out thh lower coupon only.l
Will bo pleased to receive
money In any amount and
rato of Interest thereon.
ly nblo to
CAPITAL AN I)
DOLL A US
Open an nccount with us.
Zj. A. WATRKS
V. L. PHIJ.Ul'S.
Third Vice-President and Treasurer
Abiam Xeshllt. Thomas 13. Jones.
William F. Hallstead.
O. S. Johnson. Thomas II. Watklns.
I,. A. WntreS.
"A Good Line" of
in all Weights
can be fgund at
Extra large sizes a specialty.
305 Lacn, P.n TraJini Stamps.
Rooms 1 and 2
KININQ AND BLASTING
Hide at Moosio anil Hushdalo Works.
Laflln & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Hattcrlcf, Klccttlc Kplodc, Ks.
plodins Blasts, Sifcty Fuse.
"REPATJNO CHEMICAL CO.'S I
HIGH EXPLOSIVES. I
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