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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

TODAY'S SPORTING NEWS ■HIGH SCHOOL WINS FROM [ COLLEGE r Tacoma High achol Is too much I for Wbitworth college at basket j kit The regulars defeated the t kitworth team last night on tt> [ n Boor, 29 to 19, and then the •ond teams went at it. This » more Interesting and Whit •rth made the youngsterß go I mm. but the high school got rmjr with the glory of the event | i finished with the score 20 to tMiIiIfOWNSEND I UTS STOP TO S STOP TO 111™ United Pkm lieascd Wire.) 'OWNSEND, Jan. 23. — Mike Mclßaacs had punched any" Rowan ' into a state of msbom in the \ fifth , round of |» prime tight here last night, Sher- Itf, Mclnnia : announced . that ;.?» no acre fights will be allowed in the County. been one of the tew This has been one of the few •laces In the state allowing boxing (■♦'battles i and ; this ' prohibition meets the commendation of the commun ity. Denver •■ Ed. Martin refereed | the mill and it is regarded as a ™Moo.TSi^V■•'■■■■''; '.'-' '■'■■'-■'• •'. • ■ - ':Z VICTORY SCO...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

RAGING WATERS CLAIM LITTLE BOY farmer I/OSES son OUT OF BUGGY whim; crossing SWOLLEN STREAM. (By United Press Leased Wire.) RITZVILLE, Jan. 23.—While John Schlleger was en route home, taking his 12-year-old son form school, Tuesday afternon, during the recent flood, his buggy was up set while crossing a coulee and his boy was wasned out of the vehicle. After a Btruggle the father got out to land, but the boy was no where to be seen. A searching party was almost twenty-four hours finding the body, which was taken by the swift current one and a half miles. Mr. Schlieger is a German farmer, living eighteen miles west of town, and he Is al CIGARETTE LOIBY BUSY AT OLYMPIA OLYMPIA, Jan. 23—there is a quiet, gentle, but persistent, lobby in favor of that badge of univer sal infamy and degradation—the forbidden clgaret. The cigaret and the "makings" being barred from the confines of the state of Washington, makers of Egyptian clgaretes who have their factories In New Hampshire, are anxious ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

Y'^twnf^wffJk i df) J^tJk v? '' TIMES ■ [t^upHnaßnTiEvigftT 1 ■wwmci ITkxckpt bokdat by ihi I W^Sf^CV IXAOOMA TIMES' P TJBZJSHINQ ' COMPANY |lPatTsd at the postofflca at Tacoma. Y.'uh, as second-class matter, jjnnjiORAPHIO BBRVICH OF PNITED PREBB ASSOCIATIONa tllMlAilFC Ba'llM!M Otncl> ........-» ».Hata 7SS, AJ7BB HIIII I «\. Circulation Dept. ►«.. Main 735, AI7BS fe&JR",'. I*-"1 *-" -B«Ut«»tol Pept. ......... . . ,» Main 79*. AI7S3 i'HE lACOMA TIMES ISBaTD EVKBT BVKWING KXCKFT SUNDAY BY TH» XAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPACT OFFIOB—76B COMMERCE STREET d at the poatoffice at Tacomt, V.'ash, as second-class matter, tBAPHIO BBRVICB OF UNITED PREBB ASSOCIATION!! liIFC Bn«i»«M Office M ..Malm m, AJ7B3 I j\ Circulation Dept. 738, AI7SS FllttW .Bd«oitalD«pt « . M*in 794. A 1733 THB TDIKB lit -rfgSS^v. ONLY INDEPKNDEM . TACOMA'B <^Bjgjgjfe?> NKWBPAPHB. TERMS OF HI ÜBCRIPTION. jjgN;OMfmU'a copy, seven cento • week by carrier or by mall; M»m a MMk «by : carrier or by mail; mix mont...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

PPTRE SPOTLIGHfi '9f*l NL. mdGOJ'AIPojF rim JFTAGEr *_ : • 1 AT THK TACOMA. | 4 _ • "THH ALASKAN TONIGHT "The Alaskan" comes to the Tacoma theater tonight and to morrow nights. Edward Martin del, who made a hit last season in the part of Totem Pole Pete, is again seen in the same role, while "William" Fables, as the suscepti ble Bear, once more dons the furs of the Lion of Alaska. General Lew Wallace's Interest ing religions romance "Bon Mnr" Nome of tho show girls in tli <■ comic opera "The Alaskun" at the Tuconia tonight. 'Will be the attraction at the Taco ma theater February 11, 12 and 13. THIS IiAMBARDI GRAND OPERA COMPANY The coming of this famous Lambardi Grand Opera company to the Tacoma theater Feb. 4, 5 and 6 will undoubtedly be one of the greatest musical and social event of . the season. The company numbers over 100 people, includ ing, besides Its many European principals, a chorus of.fifty. "Brewster's Millions" , "Brewster's Millions," present ed by the Cohan & ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

TO DEFER ACTION ON ANT -JAP ■pi lIILHdUIILd 1 ■:':';■ :■-." :' '"' (By i United j Press* Tjeaned Wire.) |MWASHINGTON, D. 0., Jan. 23. —Mayor Phelnn of San Francisco yesterday assured '- '■'-• President £ Roosevelt. \ that i the ' California leg islature would ! undoubtedly I allow $ the;; anti-Japanese • measure to go Ibrer Ito \ the | next ' regular session f* In i order ■to Jf determine; whether the lmlgratlon of Japanese to this •& country 11siIncreasing.»^i*S ■'■„.,';...: W| After ; his . visit with the ' presi * dent, Mr. Phelan told the report en that President Roosevelt had |; declared • to I him i that he j was at :\ tempting Ito restrict Japanese im- I migration, and understood the na- I ture ]of the opposition of , the peo- I ple 2of I the I Pacific slope | against * the Japanese. . ' ' — -, -. ■■ ' IDA! MAY GO | AFTEJHRIISTS "'(By United Press Leased Wire.) BOISE, Ida., Jan. —The 5 anti-trust bill, which was intro duced by the republicans two years I ago and met with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

GAMBLERS TO PAY liii "John Doe" Garrett, the "edi tor," M. L. Larson and two of, the negroes arrested some time ago and convicted in Judge Amtsrm-s court of gambling in a poker joint, after a sensational raid by the police, will pay their fines, ac cording to the statement of Attor ney Leo, counsel for the defend ants, to the court this morning. The cases were appealed to the superior court and then an effort was made to have the city attor neys drop them. The prosecution refused to do this and they were called for assignment. The court Bet them for March 9 after" Attor ney Leo said the men would prob ably all pay their fines. LEAGUE BOWLING MATCH POSTPONED The legue bowling match sched uled for last evening between the Wahooa and the Overlands was postponed until next Monday, ow ing to Illness of some of the mem bers. WRECK ON THE NORTH BANK ROAD t • iM[[ VANCOUVER, B. C, Jan. 23.— The North Bank limited, bound for Portland on the Spokane, Portland & Seattle railroad, was derai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 23 January 1909

SCRIBBLING PROCLIVITIES OF LEGISLATORS TO BE CURBED OLYMPIA, Jan. 23.—Th« legls (re now in session will not be red to engage In so much pen ship m last year, If Mr. Carl member from Thurston coun las anything to say about it , searching over the bills In state auditor's office for the on two years ago, some lnlrr " eating figures touching upon the - excessive penmanship of the (•nth session were disclosed. for instance, so much writing was indulged in that 66 pens were ' required for every, member. The session lasted"slxiy days, so that •ach member used up one and ■ one-twelfth pens per diem. The amount of scribbling to consume this number of pens must have 'been something prodigious, to say the least. But this Is not all. Nothing less than a half barrel of ink was con sumed in this exercise. Had the legislators done nothing but write with pen and ink for eight hours NEW LAWS RECOMMENDED BY EX- PROSECUTOR Acting in accordance with the provisions of a state statute, H. G. Rowland, ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY - 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HO VIE VOL. 6. NO. SO THRILLING STORY OF TRAGEDY AT SEA RECOUNTED GAMBLING EVIL HIT HARD Ministers Sound Strong Protest Against All Kinds of Games of Chance., DICE THROWING IS PUT UNDER THE BAN Tacoraa pulpits thundered against gambling yesterday in the crusade to awaken the public con science and secure the passage at Olympia of the Hanson anti-race track gambling bill. "Anything which Induces men to risk their money or property without any other hope of re turn than to get for nothing any given amount from another, !s gambling," said Dr. Frederick T. Webb, quoting Chief Jußtlce Thompson of Pennsylvania, In hts sermon at St. Luke's Episcopal church, and not only Dr. Webb but nearly every other minister and some of the laymen in Taco ma yesterday lifted their voices against the evil. Denounces Dice Throwing. "Many a hardened gambler be gan by matching pennies with hts friends," said Herbert Judson White at the First Baptist ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

■ B 110 iTESII lIOIHIST i FAGIIF ■BasK !__^ II DATES FOR NORTHWEST LEAGUE [£{Bjr, United t Prem '■ Leased Wire.) ■ 3RTLAND, Ore., Jan. ; 25.— fiutoe W. W. - McCredle Has been Informed Ay; President J. Gal j Ew fwff of the Pacific Coast league that >$1M of rii the : holiday date* »in :. the jjishedule/;^ adopted ** at ** Friday's 'meeting; in San ji Francisco, have . j'»• ■ Portland . Coast: leaguers * rout l#dliar;California towns, whlcn 'mgnm those : dates ! open : , for .the thwestern ■. leßue games .in pPorttand i this ' summer. ; ,*„ ;,' . 'i& i Th* I Information * was welcome .Hews •: to ■•' Manager , Casey, of the j; North.western team and will profo ttbly be equally as pleasing to the •lube '§ of ; the new - organization Which ' lands f these ■ dates at the I Schedule i meeting to be held here On February 6. ;^7\:-i-''. ■:. v- TIME IS FAST IN CROSS-COUNTRY RACE *.> With a'light' skiff of snow on the ground, the Tacoma HigH '•©hoor runners got out Saturday '•nd | spr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

THRILLING STORY OL SEA DISASTER (Continued From Page One.) an explosion of the boilers. They would not love until the water, now up to their necks, threaten ed to take their lives. Passengers Taken Off. "Thirty minutes after the first wireless flash appealed for help the Florida plowed her way through the fog to the side of the Republic and took her passengers aboard. At 8 o'clock Saturday night the Baltic took aboard sev eral passengers. Two of the Re public's passengers- fell into the eea but were promptly rescued." Spokane Mail Tells Story. H. J. Hoover of Spokane, Wash., who was sailing on the Republic at the time of the collision, de clared today that the Impact was terrific. "It Is remarkable how cool all on board remained," he said. "Several of us were thrown from our berths. Half of the passen gers ran to the decks In their night clothes. Captain Made Speech. , "Captain Sealby assured us in a speech that there was no dan ger. That made us feel better. It was a strange sight ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

EHE 7ACO MA TIMES ; SHED KVERY EVENING KXOKPT oCWDAT BX THB :U TACOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPACT . JM^^^lS? OITICM—76I COUMEROH : STRUT -l:-s-~y■■ : 1 •>■■' d at postofftce at Taooma. Trash, as second-class matuw, TattJDQRAPHJC BBRVICB OF UNITED » PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. DMAIIFC Business Offlo* ........... ..Main 788, AITSS ||Tn|ln|rA Ciiculatfo. Dspt. »;..... M**> 788. A 1783 M IIVIILV .Editorial Dep*. „ . Mala 7M, Ai?33 !*> *4. ?; XHB TIMES IS " _^g2*^. ONLYINDEPENDEA* "i / TACOMAB '"*;SSs£ir NEWSPAPKB. POCKING TEETH OUT OF OLD SAWS "Willful waste makes woeful want," and a down other old B saws having to do with thrift, temperance ; and : reward' of • [ virtue, Mem to be toothless when applied to the hard facts of life. iMpifAi moral precept* they are flue; as business precepts they are ,not. ff/-3yi'W one.wants moral health, clear conscience and content, the old V «aw« fit his ease, but there is no use trying to ' make people believe that they, will be useful to carve out grea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

SOLONS TAKE RAKE-OFF ON MILEAGE GRANT OLYMPIA, Jan. 25.—At the liberal mileage allowance of 10 cents a mile granted by law to legislators for the travel to Olym pia from their homes and back again would eeern to be sufficient, but an examination of the records of the committee of the senate show that the state has paid out nearly $100 more than is required by law. In other -words, 1000 miles were added to the distance traveled. The law granting the mileage distinctly states that the shortest distance between the home of the legislator and Olypmia shall be considered. In making the check, the distances were figured accord ing to the figures in the pamph let of the state railway commis sion. The check by the Times corre spondent over the senate mileage committee show overcharges rang ing from $15 down to 10 cents apiece from the King county mem bers. McGregor of Col fax, who Is credited with 1015 miles, accord ing to the railway commission, can come here and go back to his home by tra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

MINE EXPLOSION MADE TO ORDER § Remarkable 1 Test* Made by : th<* jp%.•■ Government at Plant Unlit - li P§ Plttabarg \ tor 3 Purpose of Fix- Mh|; Causes of Mine Disasters—. Whole T| Neighborhood - Shaken Igtt Up—Gas :•-'■ and :.-■■■ Coal .• ■ Past l§| t avouched Of to Help Selene |pS»nd Humanity. ._ -■ . . ■>. PITTBBURG. Jan.. 26.— f explosions to order are made while P you wait at the new government testing plant—the only one In the | oountry—ln ■ Pittsburg, ' as the re £3 nit of .. $150,000 appropriated by •engross, In ian ' effort; -to make ;.* more; safe' the work of men . who toll ) under the ground. At unexpected Intervals every i* day -.1 the % Lawrence ville -. district *> reels and quivers under the vibra tion of tremendous explosions that rival In violence the frightful i ■hocks which too . frequently, turn | the ! Interior 'of coal mines into fiery furnaces and charnal houses. p^ These disturbances are caused by the work of the government ex perts at the United St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

ELMS HULL TO JO NEXT ( ' Another old landmark la Ta coma Is to come down to make room for a fine new business ■block. Notice has been posted at the Builders' Exchange for bias torn the removal of the old Elks' hall on C street between Ninth and Eleventh. .The building oc cupies a lot 100 feet wide and is one of the finest sites in the city. It is owned by John 8. Baker and It is expected that a big business block will be placed on the prop erty. WALL STREET TRADING IS ARTIFICIAL iftJy United Press Leased Wire.) NEW YORK, Jan. 25. — stock market opened steady around Sat urday's final figures. Today's ex hibition was a repetition of what has become -so common of late. Trading was for the most part dull and essentially artificial. The close was firm. Union Pa cific close 17914; Southern Pacific 11014; Erie 30 3-8; Northern Pacific 140 5-8; Reading- 137 1-8; Copper 78 7-8; Smelter 85%. SEEK TO HEAD OFF A POWER MONOPOLY '<By United Press Leased Wire.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 25. —Speak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 January 1909

ST. PAUL SENDS ONE NEW TRAIN WEST EVERY DAY Each Is Accompanied By Complete Crew and Their Families. Work of Building Cars for Railway Will Take Many Months. (By United Press Leased Wire.) MILWAUKEE, Wlb., Jan. 26.— The prospects for business In the region touched by the Pacific Coast extension of the St. Paul railway are so bright and busi ness ia actually developing so rapidly that the road has been un able to turn out the cars needed at Its shops In this city, and has . turned over to the Westingliouse company, at Plttsburg, an order for $60,000. The company is running its lo cal car building works with a night and day force of 6,000 men and is sending West every day a complete train of one engine and 40 freight cars. Each train is accompanied by a complete crew of men and their families and furniture, and each train as It leaves Milwaukee takes a new crew of men to new homes In the Far West. This work will take several months, and according to reports 'received here, the shops a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH ~* DELIVERED AT YOUR HOWE XOU 6. NO. 81 TAFT IS IMPLICA TED IN PANAMA SCANDAL BEHEADED AS CROWD CHEERS Firecrackers Exploded While Frenchman Ex piates Crime on Guillotine. (By United Press Leased Wire.) CARPENTERIAS, France, Jan. 26. Remy Danvers was today guillotined for the murder of Mrs. IK-nal. During the execution the crowd gleefully exploded firecrackers. Atrocious Crime. The crime for which, Danvers was guillotined was of an unusual ly atrocious nature and It was through the clamor of the public, particularly in Paris, where the murder was committed, that Presi dent Fallerles reluctantly consent ed to sign the death warrant. The president. It Is said, toad always a horror of the guillotlnw and when he took office several years ago, expressed his Intention not to sign any warrant for the execution of murderers. The newspapers and the general public, however, became so Insis tent that Danvers should pay the extreme penalty for his crime that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

_ — _ _ ~ l__l_' PLAY BILLIARDS FOR LARGE PURSE Harry Pratt and L.. E. Corby, I managers of the Tunnel and cc billiard halls, met last tic their opening billiard :h at the Tunnel parlors in id-point game to settle the lpionshlp. to announced that $2,000 has put up on the contest. Pratt Won the game by 200 to 168. He ''"seemed more at home on the open table work and Corby appeared 'aervous. They will meet for -the second Contest in the Prince parlors to morrow night. About 600 per sons witnessed the first match. TIM MURNAME'S JUMP FOOLED 'EM. K Speaking of extraordinary per- Qances on the diamond, I think i Murnane's high jump de ■ervee to rank with the best," de clares Jim O'Rourke. "Tim, who la now a base ball editor, was playing with the Ath letics against the Boston Reds In Boston. In those days Murnane's reputation as a Jumper was known to his friends, and, as a matter of fact, few could excel him. In ad dition, he waa one of the cleverest base runners In the game, being quick, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

SENIOR CLASS 10 CHE PLAY TONIGHT IIN. II SCHOOL STUDENTS PRE PARED TO GIVE FIHST CLASS PRODUCTION. "A Scrap of Paper, or the Ad venures of a Love Letter," by J. Palgrave Slmpßon. Cast of Characters. rosper Courmont. .Walter Smyth Baron de la Glaclere. . .Carl Qetz Brlsemouche Louis Ashuy Anatole Ralph Thompson Baptiste Oußt Asberg Louise de la Glaclere. .Mary Werr M'delle Sezanne de Russeville Verna Hessert Mathllde Rose Schwinn Mademoselle Zenobie Bessie Pleasants Madame Dupont. . Florence Knoell Pauline Jessie Drummond The senior class of the High ■chool will be seen this evening in the above three-act comic drama. The play Is the final class Jubilee before the ending of the winter term, and will mark the end of the four years' tutoring for a great number of students. The actors have practiced un tiringly o n their parts and prom is a first class presentation. BOY ARRAIGNED FORTHEFT Charged with having stolen a watch from William Carnlghan when the latter was Intoxicated, Roy Dunc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

THE lACOMA TIMES I rUBIiISHBD | EVERT ' EVENING § BXGEPI ; SUNDAY .3 BT V XHfl • |%Wa '/■''.. TACOMA TIMES 1> U HI. i RHINO COM PANIC k> , j^^!£p,':,-;-r ■: OFFICE—76B COMMERCE BTRBBT :V. " ::-;- Entered at the poitofflce at Taooma, Trash, a» —cond-claw matter, SBLEQRAPHIC ; SERVICE fOF UNITED PRESS . ASSOCIATION IHK TIMKB lb ._*ag££stert ONLY INDEPENDENT! .-/ / . TACOMA'S »K!j§^^9»» NEWSPAPER. THE JUDGE^ND THE TELEPHONE \ A judge in Birmingham, England, boasts that he never used * telephone. . He was unable to say exactly that he had never Been" one. He!had;observed something hanging up on the wall, but.he "bad never gone near it or.used It, and he would not know how to |fiie-H.tP;*v,f/:.;V---^ -■ :; :-%.■..' .^■-;•..> ■„:.;■■•.■: <■'-'.- ... ' li'^Si.The Judge frankly confessed that Tie disliked the telephone and MW no necessity for it. People did. not need it a hundred years ;Mo, and got along"very well without it, he eald, and he did not see jirhy we want It today. ■...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 January 1909

«TWO HUNDRED PIANOS At FORCED SALE |jjjjE JfJ|lg||| Tayler-Gardner Company Stock Sacrificed By Order of the Court |§— ' V '"2S[ ,7* 'Th s^p^ To those who may be interested in a piano at this time, and who have the spare cash at hand, I have a statement extraordinary to make, v^T" »sou*mbh» li i"iANo. knd one that I believe has never heretofore been made by any other piano manufacturer, piano dealer or sales manager in the United States. THM^jVrriTiT^AUKiiu^^^^ 1 ha™ l"ar?^i» u2tyTe a.! cwni rhavJ <!t IoIS But as it is a case of compulsion, I accept the responsibility, and proceed, by venturing the most nervy and apparently impossible thing ever to^rono do bf ytiir7n.'"r""n"l't moa \ Srico' RCtli;ally onhalf thelr reta" attempted in the piano businessthat of undertaking to sell at retail in fifteen days 208 new upright pianos—including 30 costly interior fo? tlthepr!ce pif na"mLdiu tm*«?a*l*iS 1 — . players pianos—for cash, or its equivalent in short time piano contracts. " ' / -....

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