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36-inch wool mixed dress poods 25c Men's suspenders 19C and 25<
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NEWS OF S
KIESTER AND STEES EACH
KILLED ABUCK THIS WEEK
Members of Steelton Club Will Enjoy
a Venison Supper in December
From Two Animals Slain Near Fa
Bartram Shelley, a member of the
Steelton Club, who returned last even
ing from an auto trip to the club's deer
i-amp near Favetteville, brought the
first authentic news to the borough of
the success of the local club members
in bagging two deer this week.
On._> of the bucks killed had seven
prongs while the other had but four.
The names of the successful shots were
given as Walter Kiester and Frank
Stees. The four-prong buck was killed
Tuesday morning and the *evcn-prong
buck was laid low yesterday morning.
Although the local hunters have
been on deer hunts about six years this
is the tirst time that more than one
buck was killed in any oue year. On
the return of the hunters the'slain ani
mals «ill be placed in cold storage un
til in December when the club members
will have their annual venison supper.
LOSERS BANQUETTEO WINNER*
Local Bowling Teams Feasted at Bes
The bowling team of the machine
shop department at the local steel plant,
winners in a twelve-game tournament
with the outside department construc
tion team, were banquetted by the los
:ng team last evening at the Bessemer
House, Main street. The tournament
ended in a score of V to 4 with one tie
Those present were Joseph Lenhart,
Eubert Miller, Harry Shannon, James
Coleman, Edward Witt, Sam Books,
Robert Young, George Xace, George
Hayes, William Shipp, Charles Olds,
John Chunko, William Marks and
SURPRISED HAROLD SUYUAM
In Honor of Latter'a Birthday Friends
Gathered at His Home
A number of young folks surprised
Harold Suvdam at his home,
street, Tuesday eveuing in honor of the
latter's birthday. A period spent in
games and music was followed by the
serving of luncheon to the following
Paul Jefl'erics, Marleon Day, Donald
Stourt'er, Donald MeCauley, John
Grimes, Curtis Smith, Harold Suydam,
Romaine Zacharias, Mrs. H. C. Zach
arias, Miss Haifleigh, Kaymoud Suy
dam, Miss Esther Suvdam and Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Suvdam.
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HIGHSPIRE WOMAN DIED IN
Mrs. Ecbecca Stutzman, Her Sister and
Daughter Were Thrown Out of
Wagon Early Last Week When
Horse Became Unmanageable
Mrs. Rebecca Stutzman, fo-r many
years a resident of Highspire, died in
the \\ inchester, Va., hospital yesterday
morning at 7 o'clock from injuries re
ceived early last week when she was
thrown out of a wagon by a runawav
Mrs. Stutzman was making an ex
tended visit to her daughter, Airs. An
nie Samsel, who resides at Stephens
' ity, \a. Mrs. Sadie McDonald, of
Connellsville, a sister of Mrs. Stutz
man, was also visiting at the Samsel
home. Early last week Mrs. Samsel,
accompanied by her mother and Mrs.
McDonald, started for the etrchard in
a one-horse wagon, intending to get a
load of apples.
On the road the horse became fright"
ened and unmanageable and in some
manner the three women were thrown
out of the vehicle. Mrs. Stutzman suf
fered a broken hip and internal
injuries, which caused death yes
terday. Mrs. McDonald sustained
n sprained shoulder and painful bruises.
but was not seriously hurt. Mrs. Sam
sel had her left arm badly sprained
and was painfully bruised.
Mrs. Stutzman" is survived by the
following: Her husband. James: four
sons, Edward, of Reading; John, Steel
ton; Jacob. Highspire. and Harry,
Swatara township; live daughters, Mrs.
Annie Samsel, Stephens City, Va.; Mrs.
Mary Diffenderfer, Highspire; >Mrs.
Emma Kurtz, Myerstown; Mrs. Grace
Myers, Middietown, and Mrs. Edith
Garman, Palmyra; live sisters, Mrs.
James D. Stewart, in the Pittsburgh
district; Mrs. Sadie MDonald, Con
nellsville; Mrs. Mary McDonald, New
■Alexandria, Pa.; Mrs. Emma Barr,
Gaithersburg, Md„ and Mrs. Annie S.
Mueneh, Pottsville, and two brothers,
John 8. Whitman, Steelton. and Harry
The body arrived in iHarrisburg from !
Winchester »o-day at 11.U0 a. m. and ,
was taken to her late home on Second j
street. Highspire, 4>y H. Wilt 's Sons, j
Funeral arrangements will be an- i
The Benton Catholic Club will hold a]
promenade and euchre in the Club Hall,
47 North Front street, Wednesday!
evening, November 2.>.
The Monumental A. M. V.. church •
will serve u Thanksgiving dinner in the,
church Thursday, November 26, from;
noou to 11 o'clock in the evening.
At a meeting hold in the local Pres
byterian church last evening it was de
cided to co-operate in the Stough cam
Floran Galoner, Myers street, was
arraigned before Squire Gardner last
evening on charges of assualt and bat-1
tery preferred by his wife, Katie. In
default of bail, Galoner was committed I
to jail for court.
Just after alightiug from a street j
ear at Front and Lincoln streets last j
evening about 8 o'clock, Mrs. Martha
rLVRRISBTRG STAR-INDEPENDENT, THIHtSPAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1914.
Washington, of Ridge street, was
struck by a bicycle and thrown heavilv
jto the street. The bievcie was ridden
by Elmer Fields, also of Ridge street,
who was scratched about the face in the
fall after hitting the woman. '
Mrs. Catherine Harclerode, South
Second street, is spending one week at
| Wilkinsburg, Pa., as guest of her son.
One hit mired pupils of the Central
j Grammar school hiked to Harrisburg
i this afternoon chaperoned by Professor
G. W. Henerv and Professor X. A.
Yeany. Under direction of Professor
W. M. Harclerode these scholars ren
dered a number of vocal selections be
fore the Dauphin Couutv Teachers" In-
Mrs. Jeremiah Poorman and son. Jo-
I seph, Paxtang, were entertained last
evening by Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Felker.
| North Front street.
The following school directors of the
I borough attended the school directors'
j meeting held at Harrisburg to-day in
i connection with th P Dauphin Countv
| Teachers' Institute: J. B. Martin, Wil
; Ham Attick, W. H. Nell, H. C. Wright,
j John Reider, M. C. Zerbe and W. F
Mm Wilcoi, the visiting nurse em
: Ployed bv the Steeltou Civic Club, wiU
be in her office from 8 a. m. to 9
*. from 12.30 p. m . to 1.30 p. a
POOL TO OPEN EXCHANGES
#250,000,000 Is Suggested to Cover
Philadelphia, Nov. 12.—The forma
tion of a $250,000,000 pool to buy
bonds and stocks that may 'be thrown on
the market by panic-stricken investors
and thus insure 'the immediate opening
of the stock exchanges of this country
was recommended toy Charles 18. Cald*-
well, of Chicago, president of tne In
vestment Bankers' Association of Amer
ica in his address at the opening session
of the annual convention of the organ
ization in this city to-day.
■Mr. Caldwell praised the new federal
'banking law and was optimistic as to
the future of this country. More than
four hundred delegates' representing
banking houses in all parts of the coun
try were in attendance.
Dr. James' Headache
Powders Give In
Dime a Package
Nerve-racking, splitting or dull,
throbbing headaches yield in just a few
moments to Dr. James' Headache Pow
ders which cost only 10 cents a package
|at any drug store, tt's the quickest,
surest headache relief in the whole
world. Don't suffer! Relieve the agony
and distress now! Von can. Millions
of men and women have found that
headache or neuralgia misery is need
less. Get what you ask for. Adv.
Rub Pain Right Out
With Small Trial Bot
tle of Old "St.
Kidneys cause Backache? Xo!
They have no nerves, therefore can
not cause pain. listen! Your back
aclie is caused by Lumbago, sciatica
or a strain, and the quickest relief is
soothing, penetrating "St. Jacob's Oil."
Rub it right on your painful back, and
instantly the soreness, stiffness and
lameness disappears. Dou't stay
crippled! Get a small trial bottle of
"St. Jacob's Oil" from your druggist
and limber up. A moment after it ia
applied you'll wonder what became of
the backache or lumbago pain.
Bub old. honest "St. Jacob's Oil"
whenever you have sciatica, neuralgia,
rheumatism or sprains, as it is abso
lutely harmless ar.d doesn't burn the
Philadelphia Division—ll9 crew to
[go first after 4 p. m.: 108, 109, 125.
! 107, 127, 117, 126, 120, 122, 106!
Engineers for 107, 109. 117 120
Firemen for 107. 116.
Conductors for 103. 109. 122. 125.
Flagmen for 113, 119, 127.
Brakemen for 106, 107, 119, 127. .
Engineers up: Kellev, Hubler, Sup
plee, Brubaker, Buck. Kennedy, Ten
uaut, M■■ vau 1 ley, Mailenf ord, Hindnian,
H elsh. Sellers, Goodwin, Young, Bia.-
singer, Brooke, Bissinger. Iveane, Gal
lagher. Newcomer, 'Alanlev, Albright
Firemen up: Behman. W'hichello,
Me Curdy, Koehenouer, Packer, Maloney,
Arnstoerger, Yentzer, Grove, Manning,
Mulholm. Gelsinger, Carr, Gilberg, Wag
ner, Dnnlevy, Davidson, S'hive, Ilartz,
Bjefeh, Kreider, Ho'binson, Oopeland,
I-iibhart. 'Moulder, Wilson. Bals'baugh,
Myers. Weaver, Moffatt, Cover.
Conductor up: Looker.
Flagmen up: Bruelil, Banks.
Brakemen up: Krupp, OCoGinnis,
Coleman. Hivner, Griftie, Dingier, tjSteh
man, Baitozer, File, M«Naughton,
Middle Division —2lß crew to go
first after 2.15 p. in.: 238, 222, 216,
Engineers up: Hertzler. Webster,
Free, SmilCi, Bennett, 'Mummu, Wissler.
Firemen up: Davis, Weibley. Sim
mons, Bornmau, Sea grist, Stouffer,
Look, Potteiger, Sheesley, Uross. Fletch
er. Buyer. Lidbaii.
Conductors up: Bogner, Fraliek.
Flagmen up: Cain, i'-'rank.
Brakemen ivp: Wenriek, Putt, Ker
win, Reese, Kipp, Stahl. Fritz, Plack,
Yard Crews —Enginers u'p: Pelton,
Shaver, il-andis, HoyJer. Hohenshelt,
Brenneman. Thomas, lludy, Houser,
Meals, Stahl, Silks, Crest, Saltsman,
Firemen up: Bartolet. Getty. Hart,
Barker. Sheets. Bair, Evde, Essig, Xey,
Myers, Boyle. Crc>w r Kevie, Uleh, Bot:-
dorf, >ihieffer, Rauch. Weigle, Cook
erly, Maeyer, T-aokey, Snell.
Engineers for 707. 90, 1820.
Firemen for 707, 17 58, 14.
Philadelphia Division —237 crew to
go first after 3.55 p. m.: 215, 241.
227, 204, 203, 206, 240.
Engineers for 215, 240, 242.
Firemen for 204, 225, 242.
Conductor for 227.
Flagmen for 204. 206. 215. 240.
Brakemen for 206. 218, 227, 241,
Conductors up: Penuell, Eaton.
Flagman up: Kroh.
Brakemen up: N'aylor, Musser,
Campbell, Keller, Sammy, Fair, Wolfe,
Middle Division —22s c-rew to go
first after 2 p. in.: 215, 240. 227. 235.
223. 24 3. 230, 234, 231, 250.
P., H. and P.— After 4 p. in.: 19,
9. 8, 16. 14, 12, 4, 18. 22.
Eastbound—After 9.30 a. m.: 62,
53, 63, 58, 70, 60, 61, 64, 68. SS.
Conductor up: Alleman.
Engineers up: Fetrow, Massimore.
Morrison, Keitner, Pletz, Lape, Sassi
Firemen up: King, Brown, Corl,
Dobbins, Dowhouer, Stephens.
Brakemen up: Maurer, Grimes,
Hoover, Hinkle, Dunkle.
Hununelstowu Patients With Typt oid
Mrs. Samuel Stevenson and her
daughter, Florence, 8 years old, of Hum
mels'town, were admitted to the Harris
burg hospital last evening suffering
from typhoid fever.
HAVE YOU CATARRH?
It's a Dangerous Disease—Hyomei Is
the Effective Remedy
Catarrh, which is indicated by
sniffling, frequent colds and crusts in
the nose is a serious disease and if not
checked surely spreads to the delicate
lining of the air passages, and fre
quently destroys the hearing.
To cure catarrh you must have some
thing that will quickly reach the dis
eased tissues, kill the germs, and drive
out the poison.
Hyomei is just such a remedy. Being
a mixture of antiseptic oils that you
breathe through a small inhaler its
health-restoring medication cannot help
going direct to the raw and inflamed
lining of the nose and throat, quickly
relieving that choked-up feeling, stop
ping the unclean discharges, and heal
ing the sore spots—you breathe freely.
Even the worst cases respond.at once.
There is nothing for the treatment of
catarrh ills that is easier, more pleas
ant or so satisfying as Hyomei. H. C.
Kennedy sells it on the "No-cure-no
pay" pian. Adv.
IE Oil ON 10
Speakers Advise Coun*
ty School Directors
to Co-operate in Get
ting Laws Passed
Instructors Told to Join State Organi
zations as a Means of Obtaining
Beneficial Legislative Enactments—
Shambaugh Is Endorsed
About 165 school directors enrolled
at this morning's meeting of the School
Directors' Association of Dauphin
county held in the caucus room of the
House of Representatives.
Several talks were given to try and
get the directors to influence the teach
ers to become members cither of the
Pennsylvania State Educational Asso
ciation or the Teachers' League so as
to be able to have bills presented be
fore the Legislature and have some
chance of having these bills passed. It
was also intimated that the officials of
these two associations are trying to af
fect an amalgamation so as to be able
to make a more concentrated effort to
have passed bills which will benefit the
Professor Shambaugh. County Super
intendent, made an earnest plea to the
directors for their co-operation. Profes
sor Mairs gave a talk on "Centraliza
tion of Country Schools." He showed
that while less than 50 per cent, of the
population of the United States live in
the country more than 65 per cent, of
the children attend country schools. He
also showed that more than 75 per cent,
of the Presidents of the United States,'
Governors of the various States, Cabi
net members, Senators, Congressmen
and railroad presidents had received
their education in the country schools.
This, lie said, goes to show that the
country schools should be the very best
in the land. "Democracy and Educa
tion" was the topic on which Dr. Bar
Tho following delegates were elected
to attend the next meeting of State
School Directors' Association: John H.
I-iehr, Lvkens; S. S. Pick, Millersburg;
J. E. Rutherford. Paxtang; John P. Eb
ersole. Lower Swatara township, and C.
G. Miller, of Penbrook. The following
alternate delegates were selected: Rob
ert A. Shultz, Swatara township;
Charles Grubb, Washington township;
George Hockcr. South Hanover town
ship; E. C. Martin, Londonderry town
ship, and David Erb. of Lower Swatara
It was decided to hold the next meet
ing of the Dauphin County Association
William 11. Nell, of Steelton, was
elected treasurer of the association to
succeed .T. A. Ebersole who this morn
ing tendered his resignation. A. W.
SnaveJy, of Hershey, was selected to
audit the books.
It was also suggested that the dele
gates be instructed to try to interest
the State Association and have it make
a strong effort to have more mouey ap
propriated for the benefit of the Dau
phin county schools.
A committee presented resolutions
suggesting that all teachers at once af
filiate themselves with the Pennsylva
nia State Association. They, also of
fered to Professor Shambaugii the unit
ed support of the directors.
Foley's Honey aud Tar Compound
Croup scares yon. The loud lioarse
croupy cough, choking and gasping for
breath, labored breathing, call for im
mediate relief. The very first doses of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will
master the croup. It cuts the thick
mucus, clears away the phlegm and
of-ens up and eases the air passages.
Harold Berg, .Mass. Mich., writes: "We
give Foley 's Honey and Tar to our chil
dren for croup and it always acts quick
ly." Every user is a friend. Geo. A.
Gorgas, 16 North Third street and P.
R. R. Station. Adv.
PROVIDED BY DEMOCRAT
Contlßurd From Kirat P»gr.
paying it in superb style. The dinner
took place at Cold Spring cottage,
along the Yellow Breeches creek near
Williams' G-rove, and Mrs. McClure
had a dinner prepared that was fit for
the gods. But there were more than
fifteen present —not gods, just guests.
There were at least thirty aud Mr.
Tate was inclined to believe the wily
Senator had worked in a few "ring
ers.' ' He remarked, as the guests par
took of tho feast, that if it had been
deferred much longer he would have
'been compelled to hire a hall to ac
commodate tho Senator's friends.
Mr. Tate presided an<l at one end
of the table sat Judge Kiinkel, with
Judge McCarrell at the opposite end.
"Above the salt" sat Senator William
E. Crow, Republican State chairman;
W. Harry Baker, Secretary of the Sen
ate and secretary of the Republican
State "Committee; Senator Beidelman,
Charles E. Covert, Herman L. Kephart,
chief clerk of the Senate; Harry C.
Ross. Charles S. 8011, Carl Dean, Frank
IA. Smith, Republican State committee
man; Freeman L. Gcr'berich, M. Harvey
Taylor, City Commissioner of Parks and
Public Property; William Metzger, Jo
seph L. Shearer, Henry W. Gough,
County Controller, and many other
friends of the host and the Senator.
There were numerous "few re
marks'' made during the dinner, set
speeches being tabooed, and there was
story and wit and repartee, and a gen
eral good time was had.
Tho Republican i?>tate Committee offi
cials returned home last night. Before
the party dispersed it was unanimously
voted that Senator Beidclman shall,
with the proceeds of two of his wagers
with MJI*. Tate, give a sauerkraut sup
per in the near future, at which the
guests assembled around the board last
evening will be present.
PEEVISH. CONSTIPATED CHILDREN
LOVE "CALIFORNIA SVRIIP OF PIGS
Harmless "Fruit Laxa
tive" Cleanses Stom
ach. Liver and
Look at the tongue, mother! If
coated, it is a sure sign that your little
one's stomach, liver and bowels need a
gentle, thorough cleansing at once.
When peevish, cross, listless, |>ale,
doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally, or is
feverish, stomach sour, breath bad, has
stomach ache, sore throat, diarrhoea.
To-night, Fannie Ward in "Madam
Saturday afternoon and evening,
Friday, November L'O, Uose cStahl in
'' A Perfect Lady.''
Every afternoon and evening, high
Daily continuous /audeviile and pic
Miss Fannie Ward, who will be seen
as the star of the French farce comedy,
"Madam President" at the Majestic
this evening, was one of the Americans
abroad who hastened home when the
first intimations of the great Kuropeau
war sounded. Miss Ward spends her
summer abroad; she owns a handsome
home in London at " Berkeley Square,
the fnshionable Mavfair district. When
news came that preparations were be
ing made to care for the wounded from
the front Miss Ward cabled to the Ad
miralty in London offering her home
for use as a hospital for the wounded
and convalseent soldiers. Her offer
was accepted and her stylish house now
is in tbe hands of the Government.
This play was a big hit last season ill
New York City. It also has been suc
cessfully presented in Paris, Berlin, Vi
enna, Milan and London. Miss Ward
will be seen here in the original New
York production and practically the
same supporting cast, which includes
Harry .1. Ashford, John W. Dean, Amy
Lee, Prank Dawson, Jack J. Horwitz,
George Brenuan, Charles Laite, William
Reynolds Sweetland, Harriet.
Trench, Alice Kelly, Emily Hampton
and Helen Buckley. Adv.
"September Morn" has found her
way to the stage. Mr. Phillips has been
given an important trial, found guilty
in the first degree and sentenced to
star in the new musical frivolity for
a long term.
"September Morn," which comes to
the Majestic Saturday matinee and
night, is in three acts, with songs,
mirth, melody, happiness and joy, pre
sented by Rowland & Clifford's big mu
sical comedy company. There is a big
chorus of dancing and singing girls—
prettily costumed and attractively
coache<l in many dashing ensembles.
Arthur Gillespie wrote the book and
lyrics; music by AiHircy Stauffer ami
the dances, tangos, etc., wore invented
by Virgil Bennett and the well-known
director, Frank Tannehill, Jr., staged
"September Morn" had a most prof
itable run at the IjaSalle Opera House,
Chicago, last season. Adv.
At the Orphcum
The news of the Orpheum's great
bill has spread all over town. Not
only because it seems to be the chief
topic of the week, but the season's big
gest audiences are viewing the array of
talent. With three acts running neck
and neck for headline honors, the con
test is an interesting one and up to the
present time its a pretty hard matter to
judge the winner. Admirers of Ruth
Rove, the genius of ragtime, proclaim
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\ [ tesUnt hooks and at the Amount Kapense Items, with the necessary Free Certificate. i >
J | WAIL ORDERB—Any b*-»k by pareel post. Include EXTRA 7 cents within ! [
j j liO miles; 10 cents 150 to 300 miles; for greater distances ask your postmaster '
J ' amotint to include for 3 pounds. r. i f
full of cold, give n teaspoonl'ul of "Cf,;.
ifornia Syrup of Pigs." and in just :i
| few hours all the foul, constipate I
| waste, undigested food anil sour bi e
gently moves out of its little bowe •
'and you have a well, playful chill
You needn't coax sick children I >
lake this harmless fruit laxative: the
love its delicious taste and it always
makes them feel splendid,
j Ask your druggist for a 50-cont bo',
tie of "California Syrup of Figs," whir
has directions for babies, children of a!
'ages, and for grownups plainly o*
jeach bottle. Beware of counterjeii
'sold here. (»et the genuine, mudu b
"California Fig Syrup Company." lie
fuse any other kind with uonlcmpt.
the big honors for her. And Ruth's a[>
plause which brings the little lady on
tor the last song she If** in her reper
toire and then about a half n doxoi
bows is the tale of her success. Am.
then there are those who arc a lit.lt
more partial to the clever juvenile mil
sical comedy "The Lawn Party" with
about tlio merriest and most clever
youngsters ever seen at the Orphtvuxn.
Their fun, froliu ami song is spieuJiii.
Con lin Steel Trio are alsj riinnin;
close for favoritism. The trio is clever
as ever and in their new act they are
equally as popular if not more so" tha i
when they were here before. The ex
cellence of the bill, however,. is no.
wrapped up in these three acts, but cx
tends from the opening act down to |,li"
close. There are reasons for the popu
larity of the current offering. Next
week Nat Wills, the comedian of inter
national fame, will be the big head
At the Colonial
The tine vaudeville bill that will h*
uncovered at the Colonial to-day will
have a special added attraction to inor
row night, when the management will
introduce a surprise comedy -show . No
further descriptions of this'special per
tormauce has been announced, although
the management savs it is a laughing
surprise of the first water. This sur
prise feature will last about twenty
minutes and will be a part of both of
the evening shows. "The House That
Jack Built," the most pretentious mu
sical comedy ever shown at the '' Busv
Corner," heads the offering for the lasi.
half of the week. C*her names of thJ
same offering will include the Devon
Sisters, Ford Watts and Hayes, an 1
Harry and Augusta Turpin. Adv.
At the Photoplay
'•The Midnight Hide of Paul He
vere" has been picturized by the Bui
son Company and is shown to-day at.
the Photoplay. Two acts which every
man, woman and child should see.
"Whatsoever a Woman Soweth," a li
act Essanav feature, will also be shows.
Mock Trial Monday Evening
Washington Camp, No. TIG, P. 0.
S. of A., will hold a mock trial in its
hall, Market street, Monday evening,
November 16, the proceeds to be de
voted to the benefit of the degree team.
The case on trial will be Astorbilt vs.
Astorbilt, in divorce.
Woman, Lovely Woman
Every time a new young man cbTts
the girl who wouldn't know a waffle
griddle from a nutmeg grater gets ter
ribly domestic in the trend of her con
Interesting and restful, because of
the fascinating charms of tropica!
life and climate. Excellent hotels.
Sailings from New York each Thursday
and Saturday at noon. Through rates to
Isle of Pinee, Santiago, etc.
in the Bahamas, offers many attractions
as a W inter Resort.
Balrny climate, charming social life,
golf, bathing, boating, tenni*. polo, motor
Olhtr attract.ot short trips and cruises
at louf rales. Wrltt far booklet.
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