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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

fllE YAKIMA HERALD. BAII.EY A TI'KMLKY. Publlsben. Palili- • 1 every Thursday, aubwrtiitloii 11.00 I r year in advanre. Advertising ratea upon application. IFFIfIU FISIOX PAPER YIKIIA CMim TIICRSD.4Y. Sh.PTEMISER 8, ml. YAKIMA COIATY ITSIONTICKET Kor Representative, FRED COLBY. Kor I'rneeiuting Attorney, VKsTAL SNYDER. For Sheriff, A. .1. SHAW. For Treasurer, C. R. DONOVAN. Kor Auditor, A. B. FLINT. For Clerk. JAMES R. UOE. For Assessor, JOHN L. LASSWELL. For -ill.ml Superintendent, F. H. I'LUMB. For Coroner, LOUIS KER. For Surveyor, F. 11. MARBLE Commissioner First District, J. 1' MCAFFERTY. Commissioner Second District, STEPHEN SCHREINER. United we Maud. The convention was a stunner. Even the republicans admit that the ticket is a strong one. Alger has about concluded to agree with Sherman that "war is hell." The republicans will go through the i ro. of nominating a ticket Saturday, i ireal Britain and Russia are on tbe eye of war, according to press dispatches. but press (lit pat...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

lIISIIII Silver Kqmlilicans, Democrats and Populists in Joint Convention NOMINATE A STRONG TICKET Aid oe< Which Will Be a Sure Winner Next November-Full Report of Eacb Coven tlnn and the Joist Session of the Three Parties Tbe republicans of Yakima county are disappointed. First, tie'anse the big joint convention of last Saturday passed off without a single incident of sufficient importance to mar the harmony and general good feeling ol the great reform forces that convened to nominate a county ticket for the November election ; and second, because the ticket nominal ad gives such uniisnl satisfaction. They had hoped that the little differences of opinion that exists in every party would widen ao that when the forces came to gethsr the breach would be so wile that cementation would tie impoesiole and fu sion a thing of the past. But the history of the lest two years of tbe fusion ■ arty was enough of an argu ment to satisfy all delegates that it had proyen a success and that it mu...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

g. „ WASHINGTON 'l^MLisi mN mV A ■■■E" ______" A I ______% i*i*ldi f' STATE FAIR W s** NORTH YAKIMA, SEPTEMBER 26 TO OCTOBER 1 $10,000 iii IV >riii in in* for Live _^^BP|BWiSfete. TTT rt T\ n „ flm. Flminnn I m.». ir,i».e. W PaY rIRK si..si. ...si s..ssssi WKmß^^^SS*w If v 1 11! UUI 1 UIUUU I SFE23ID FTl<DC3rTtmA.l^ : [trf" r First Day, Monday, Sept. 26. Fifth Day, Seattle Day, Friday, Sept. 30. > < Trotting, lor 2-year-olds, 2in 3, I'ursc $100 00 Pacing, 2:25 class, 2in 3 ~°° °° v— —* Pacing, for 2-year-old, 21113 too 00 Trotting, 2 .40 class, 3in 5 200 00 j "j f 1 Pacing, tor 3-year-olds, 2iu 3 150 00 Running, ?£-mile dash, for 3-year-olds and upwards; *~~j3 Trotting, for 3-year-olds, 2 in 3 1,50 00 winner of one race this year to carry 5 pounds penalty; Sms . ■•*— —* Second Day, Spokane Day, Tuesday, Sept. 27. two or more, 7 pounds; non-winners allowed 7 1 1 f— •—-, Pacing, 2:20 class, 3in 5 200 00 pounds; maidens allowed 10 pounds 100 00 | » 1 st Trotting, 2:33 class...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

IN I m ARENA Brief Bits of Xeus Gathered Prom Various Sources. FEKSOXAL AXI) IMI'EKSOXAL. "Hews" Is Soiaetlilss Thst Is Not Generally Known, and Here Readers of "TSe Her ald" Will Find Several Col umns of It. Photo scarf pins at Bushnell's. 32 Our teas st the old prices. Elm J k Co. Everything st eastern prices at the Chicago Dry Goods Store. 32*4t If you wsnt s range or a cook stove that will give you satiafactien get a St. Clair. The Yakima Hardware Co., have a One line. Nice assortment of vegetables on hnnd such as new onions, cabbage, turnips, beets, etc. Kinsey A Co. 32 Chief Moses is again a prominent character upon the streets, having arrived with I.is followers the first of the week. Tbe chief will be the centre of attraction at the state fair and jubilee. Jelly glasses with rovers, or table glsssee. 40c per dozen at Harris' 32 tf Bheriff Gray, of Pasco, was s Yakima visitor last Thursday sod while here took what the Elks bad to give him in order for him to become a member. ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

«■■»#■« %Jt *T7* \LJt 1-W.Y Cannot keep yon warm during the coining cold weather, hut it has arranged with ns to supply one and all with the newest IFI *W -^ WIX and best kind of - 1 1 UNDERWEAR $ $ for men, women and children, at prices within the range of all. We also have six different styles of WOOLEN BLANKETS, WORTH $7.50, Which will go at $5.00 per pair. We bought our underwear and blankets direct from the matiutacturers, so can give you better values than can be procured elsewhere. When it comes to DRESS T.OODS, SILKS, JACKETS AND CAPES, we show the best things on earth this season. Remember, we guarantee our prices to be as low as the lowest, and lower. AqoiiiK for RapM Hoolcg mul By«i, T")I rT irT I"F!~R.* IE3__ER#OS iliiiSlWS What is Going on Daily of Interest to ah Our People, hiscellaseous rbws notrs Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form tor "The Herald's" Busy Readers. 1' X Horn, of liel.n.-i, whh a Yakima visitor on Monday. Cwus C. I'.abh, U. S. g...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

STXTR PAIK NOTF.S. Secretsry liunn desires to notify sll horsemen that ihe apeciui circuit rate on race bor.-es will h« pntiliahed sithir. a few days. He also desires to call at tention of all inn-ruling exhibitors jtl livi stock, from one animal to s car load or in in- that he has secured special rates on all points on the line of the Northern Pacific railroad and branches, including Portland, Ore., for live stock shipped here for exhibition; but in order to secure these rates it is necessary to correspond with the secretary or U. A. Graham, agent of the Northern Pacific Railway company at North Yakima, before ship ping. Rates will be famished on appli cation. Entries to harness races closed on Sep tember Ist; and the commission Is grati fied to be able to annonnce that, with very few exceptions, ths harness races have been filled and the horse., are arriving dsily. This insures s grand rsce meet for the fair. Arrangements sre just about perfected whereby the leadiug dailies of the...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 8 September 1898

FINDING A POCKET-BOOK •> ■ <^ thi** m i s «*,„ %x The Best Place lo Trade i r roccr *n town "_V~VXTI II will give you closer fyfsJ%_W_% \\ prices, better weight, /" WWW \\ or a superior stock to /*___— '-WJK -I ill choose from than j» o!mmw E- M> HARRIS, !|j) .-* FIRST STREET -> XOKTH YAKIMA AM) VICINITY. TV 0. CsrtST, a prominent. minini{ man of lio/.pinsii, Mont., is registered at the Bart hole.. The new evaporator on west Yakima aye. is drying fruit. See them if yon want any evaporated. Night Operator Hankey is on the sick list and heen compelled to go to the N. P. hospital for treatment. Mrs. T. R. Fisher Wednesday received a telegram conveying the sad news that her motber was not expected to live. Rev. S. K. Hornihrook will deliver his farewell sermons at Artemesia Sunday morning and at Mox<*e in the evening. Would like to cori-espond with lady beta Pen the age of .10 and 45. Object matrimony. Address X V Z, Hkkai.ii office. Mrs, Ella Stair returned last evening ...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

The Yakima Herald. VOL. X, I/48&. vT PI AID RANGES Guaranteed to give Satisfaction. THE FINEST LINE IN THE CITY TO SELECT FROM AT THI * YAKIMA MIS COMPANY * Ditratel BAKERY, * RESTAURANT and J* ICE CREAM PARLORS. WHITE HUP OKLY EMPLOYES Clean Tasty Cooking Guarantee! Regular dinner served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Short Orders at all Hours luring tbe Day and Evening. A SHARE OF YOUR PATROIASE SOLICITED Your Consignments Solicited BY The Campbell Commission Co., 987 We»t*Bt„ SEATTLE, WASH. _**__**, I '■ W. Youdr, No. Y»klmt. "™>lk I John B«wbridge, ■*> EYERYTHI.\fi IEAT AID TASTY. THE RICHELIEU RESTAURANT Privati: R.iits lor Ladits and Famils Parties. iIEAIS, 25 AND 50 CENTS. All tbe dslksctSf of the season on cur Tsblss. Cii!! sad «cc us. >uniti imxttN urn to ft \t I \NJ> I'lllll IHWIIIV __■ TBE RIiaELILI KLSTAIRAM NORTH YAKIMA. WASHINGTON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1898. The Splendid H fl fl H 0 New Line of L \ Fall and Winter U U U U 0 Just received by us are just cau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

THE YAKIMA HERALD. ii m i.i.v a TiEsr.ET. rni.ii.hrr*. HORTH YAKIMA WAriH. fPITOME OF THE DISPATCHES Int. mating 0011-trSlon of lu>iii« Fr**M__ Ma/iy WaaaS Oallod From ths r.iii r ILri'.rU or tha ( .rrr*nt Weak. Manila, Sopt. 14. — Boar-Admiral Dewey says he considers the situation critical. Ho has asked for an addition al cruiser and a battle-chip. The Spaniards assert that Germany will take a ooaling station hero, and that Spain will retain tho remainder of the islands. Tbe last Spanish garrison at Iftxiog'dnd Lagnnet have *u*rren-i«icd, :li_■ 1 thi* whole island-of Luyon is in the- hands of tho insurgents, except \l.unl.i and Cavite. • ... . Aguinaldo went to Lolollos'on Fri day. IJ" has announced hia intention of cop veiling an assembly'of tbe Fili pinoc. on September'lft in 'Order to do cido upon tho policy to be 'adopted hy the insurgents. * "■ The correspondent hero of the Asso ciated PreHg has hud an interview with Agninuldo, who paid there were 07,000 insurgents aimed wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

NEW ISLAND POSSESSION To Be Designated as the "Territory of Hawaii." THE COMMISSION'S DECISION The Form of OoYerninent for tha lalanda Decided I'pon by the < on-rreanlonaJ CommlMaa—Tka I'arilli < able. Ban Francisco, Sept. 12.—The steam si Coptic arrived from Yokohama and Hong Kong, via Honolulu, bringing tbe following advises from tbe IstSer city under date of September 6: Tho territory of "Hawaii" is tha name which the annexation commission has decided to recommend to congress. Thus will be preserved in tbe president nomenclature from the United States tbe distinctive origin of this part ot the United States. The history and tradi tion of the islands and the associations that new residents here want forgotten will go on in unbroken union with the name. The form of government will be modeled on that of existing terri tories. There will be no further de parture from this form than local con ditions and national political consider ations make necessary. It is possible that in w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

THE YAKIMA HHRALD. BAIt.KY A ITKHt.ItY. hUMn Pabltpl eil every Thiirnday. aitl-arrlptioa ll.Oti j*r year in a.lvanr-e. A.lvrrtlalng ratea upon application. •mci.iL resiM paper tuiii mm TiII"RSDAY. SEPTEMRER If,, 1898. YAKIMA CO! XTY EISIOX TICKET Kor Representative, KKKD COLBY. Kor rroaecutinir Attorney, VESTAL SNYDER. Kor Sheriff, A. J. SHAW. For Treasurer. C. R. DONOVAN. For Auditor, A. B. FLINT. For Clerk. JAMES R. COE. For Assessor. JOHN L. LABSWELL. Kor School Superintendent, F. H. I'M Ml!. Kor Coroner, LOUIS KER. For Surveyor, F. H. MARBLE. Comniir-Honer First Diotrict, J. 1' MCAFFERTY. ('ommissioner Second District, STEPHEN BCHREINER. A vo'e for Colby is a vote for reform. Shorty kelso can't run fast enough to beat Flint. A swift team : McCafferty and Sbrei aer for commissioners. It will be Judge Taggard if tbe g. o. p. wins! Not much danger. -.— They told Phillip* to run home and told Tucker to run for sheriff. Jim Coe will beat (.sorgo A'len worse thvi he beat Itailey for c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

A Victorious Ticket Is Named at Eilcasburg. LEWIS AM) JONES LEADERS Hesstoa sad Godmaa Named for Supreme Jultes-Tbc Emlrr Ticket Gives Uni versal Satisfaction Among tbe Fusion Forces. J«MK« iumi,re-i If. Win, mi inti «*. josar.N. tor tup rem i* Judges, in. n. i.tmn in, h. r. HF.I 99000. About twelve hundred delegates at tended the Populist, Democratic and Free Silver Republican convention at El lensburg last week, their deliberations luting for three days. While there were differences ot opinioo among the leaders of the three great parties which required time to adjust, the final result of that great convention is meeting the approval of the reform forces of tbe state of Wash ington. The first day was devoted to the orga nization of the different wings, the Silver Republicans occupying the court house, the Democrats the upper floor of the ar mory, and the Populists tbe lower tl ».r. All tbe business uf the different conven tions except that left to the conference committee was accom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

convent on, but which had so far lacked •n opp ir;unity to show what they could do. came forward and sang "We Want the Old Tines Back," end had to respond to an encore. Tbe chairman then an nounced that at the conclusion of the playing of "Marching Through Georgia" by the band that was preeent tbe con vention would stand adjourned withont delsv. During the rendition the dele gates stood singing, cheering, waving canes and throwing their bats in the sir. Evervhody wss hsppy and wanted it to be known. The convention of 1898 was passing into history. The union of " '96" nad been welded anew again. 411 waa finishe I The train was waiting to convey them home. The time for leav ing had come, and so, with three ringing cheers m 4 a tiger for the ticket, the con vention room was left. Tin: ri.ArKoitM. The joint committee reported thp fo! --lowiiiL' union pUt'orm, which tM adopt ed l»v hII the conventions: "We ilemnn.l the re-establishment of bimetallism by return to the free and unlimited c...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

STATE PAIR NOTES. Season tickets for the fair are now on •ale »t the drug stores. Over twenty besd of live stock hsve been received at the grounds, consisting of the herd of fine Holsteins belonging to Guy McL. Richards. Mr. Richards will also hsve exhibits of Chester White bogs snd some poultry. Batter makers are hereby notified not to compete for the special premiums of P. M. .Sharpies, West Chester, Pa., and the Vermont Farm machine company of Bellows Falls, Vt., as these parties refuse to give their premiums ss published in the premium list. The merchants of North Yskima have arranged lor a grand Indian jubilee for October 3 and 4, the Monday snd Tues day following tbe fair. Among tbe at tractions will be squaw races, four mile rsces, mounted warriors in procession headed by Chief Moses and others from tbe tribes of Idsbo, Montsoa and Wash ington, in full glory of paint, feathers and other trippings so dear to the heart of the average si wash. The well-known trotting horse Nette...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

PIANOS * * EZnaTbe *_BlarcirriarL FreirLklirL HZarrington. KlingslDTary IKlrell 3=*,oyal CTe^wett Pease We will move soon into our new quarters in the old Dills store where we will carry a big stock of everything in the musical line. Symphon ion Music Boxes a specialty. OBGANS * «~ Mason <Sg Hamlin, Estey, .A_rLii -A-rbor, Oliicago Cottage, "Vocalioxi. Mil DRW What is (iuini| nn Dnih of.lnterest to All Our People. MISCELLANEOUS SEWS SOTES Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Klegant display of baby bonnets at Madame Connllv's. E.lwar.l Baker and family of Ellent burg are visiting friends in this city. Wanted—A secondhand typewriter in good repair. Apply to Claude Uriggs. Found, a door key. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. Attorney Carroll 15. Graves of Kllons burg has been in tho city the past few days on legal business. Almond Bukcr, wif:> and son Herman, ol (ioldendale, are in t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

i si is mn The Machine Was Well Oiled and Put In Motion. TICKER'S NOMINATION EOKCED Pretsy't Friends on the Warfftk-EverytWai to Be Sacrificed by the MtutHuas to Elect the Keprtstata tlve. The republican county convention met on Saturday last at the court house pnr aoant to the call of the chairman, Dr. Hare, with 108 delegates in attendance. The first order of bnsinras was the ele. - tion of a temporary chairman, and on motion Dr. Hare was again called upon to preside. C. A. Anderson was elec'ed •eeretary and W. J. Aumiller assistant. Upon assuming tin* chair the genial dor'tor, whose qualifications as an aftei dinner speaker are well known, gave the delegates a 'smile and a "thank yon" f< r the honor bestowed upon him, and stat ed tbst he wan plpased to note thp entbu- Biasm within the republican ranks at this time, snd that the ring of which Bill Mc- Kinley was the leader would doubtless bring the opposing^forces forth to slaugh ter this fall. Of course all of this sound ed ni...

Publication Title: Yakima Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

fiEIIIIifS •What Is (iointi on Daily of Interest to All Our People. NISCRLUNROI'S \K\\S NOTES Items of Personal and Local Mention Put Into Condensed Form for "The Herald's" Busy Readers. Jeliy glasses with lids, or table glasses, 4t)c per dozen at Harris. 33 tf Clark's O N. T. thread. 7 for a quarter at the Chicago Dry (iooos Store. 32 41 W. A. t'ox spent Saturday in North Yakima before returning t> his duties at Medical Lake. Hon. Thus Maliney, secretary of the democratic elate ceHtral committee, wss in the city last Saturday. For sale at a bargain, good second hand organ. Apply at Moore r& Moore's. The to Yives are noi only extra cheap but extra good. Walluce-Coburn Hard ware Co Miss Jennie Sherwood returned last week from St. Paul, where she has been • pending her vacation, the guest of rela tives in that • it v. T. L. Stephens ol Madton was In the: city several days last week. He is ar-! ranging lo send hi** invalid wife east lor' medical treatment. Complete line of dry g...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

* GRAND OPENING * SlMll,. 1111111 l HI, Illillill Mil 111 Tlßlll. Ik SI 111!71 We are ready with the Newest , Styles, Seasonable Novelties, ___=_= ~ Latest Attractions, Finest Se- —== lections, Greatest Assortment « It is our pleasure to extend the compliments of the season to charge the right prices for them, that comparison will convince you all, and announce that our fall and winter stock is now open you. We sell them right—by this we mean just what we say. for inspection, and the consideration of those who are seeking Nothing will be misrepresented and that is half the confidence of first-class goods at Lowest prices. You have the money and we buying. When you put yourself in our hands we aim not to make have the goods. These two truths are very emphatically impress- yon one sale but to make you a regular customer, and will do all ed on our minds. We are certain that the money part is correct, that courtesy and honesty can dictate. for all around us we see evidence of prosperity...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

STORY OF THE WAR WITH SPAIN IN February, 1805, both branches of the Spanish Cortes—in which Cuba had forty-three representatives—nnnn lmoasly passed a bill brought forward by Penor Abaruza, n Cuban, to establish in Cuba a liberal regime which should virtu ally confer autonomy, or home rule. This AM in response to the demands of the autonomist Cuban members of the Cortes. Ten days after the enactment of the re form law an insurrection was begun In the province of Santiago- Their purpose, it has been stated, was to prevent the sue t-ess of n reform which would content the people ami render them indifferent t/i the ilea of Culm lihre. A republic was proclaimed and Oue- Ntas was made tho capital, but tbe civil government was imaginary. The chief command and entire local government was in the bands of (Jen. Gomez, lie, with Miiceo and others, gradually extend ed the rebel operations over the whole island, destroying everything outside the towns. Stealing in small hands through the hush u...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Yakima herald. — 15 September 1898

Weak Stomach Sensitive to every little in di acre it.*, tn rating, even to erposure to draughts and to ovcr-pereptratlou—thij couditlou is pleasantly, positively and permanently overcome by the magtc tonic touch of Hood's S»r«apartllu,' which li«_.rally "makes weak Blotuaclut ~t»*»t_Vt " ft 1 also creates an appetite — tiftce* }rou feel reol hungry, and drives- aWilr all symptoms Of dyspepsia Be sure to -get Hood's Barsaparilln America's Greatest Medicine. All Druggists. Hnoi'l Pllla euro all Liver nl*. V, emits ferv.rted I delta uf 11.u.11j Some of the natives of Australia have a qneor idoa of beauty. Tbey cut themselves with shell**, keep the wounds open for v long time, atid when tbey lieu! huge-scare ate the result. . Theae scars are deemed highly ornamental. DKAPNESS. CANNOT HE CCRKD By local'Jfcj-llcat-nt-i**. l*»fhir*y cannot roach the dl-.cf_-.ml' pdMf% til4m9-**fbaf*t~—* *■ on'T ?n<y way to cur** 'lcarno... and thai W t'.j* Oensfftu tional rowed!**.*.. I'eatnoss is cause...

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