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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

.I.'.'.tf'"-* -^^ j_r The pursing other W aids her offspring and herself "_f# _!v_W ANHEUSER-BUSCKS (__.i_Sel££» i/fi^thfutime the food drink— -recommended by doctors. Invalids and iconvalescents benefit materi ally by its tonic properties, stimulating the appetite and aiding digestion. Sold by all druggists. Prepared only by the Aiiheuserißusch Brewing Ass n St. Louis, U. S. A. Brewers of the famous Budweiser, Michelob, Black & Tan, Faust, Pale-Lager, Anheuser-Standard, Export Pale and Exquisite. It*.-______W L____r _____$^__3 maa\Wr*L jam ISoid in ninneapolis at I following stores: E. A. Cadwell, Emil Dahl, ma%m\ Dahl & Florin, Fritz Donkowski, John Erickson, J. J. Graaf, _________ Fred Graaf, Home Trade Shoe Store, W, F. Huch, E_P__| A. B. Johnson & Sons, ________[ C. Jorgenson, J. W. Kerr, A. Knoblauch & Sons, C. J. Mansfield, C. A. Olson, O. P. Hagen, H. C. Olson, Palaoe Clothing House, Plymouth Clothing House, is___ X. C. Roberts, ■ V. Schuler, John A. Cederber...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDXY EVENING. __Pl.l__ 27, 1901. •*—*•-—— . 1 : _' ___^_?!_,*__,?__IB____>'>- ■*' "- - '-.*■ .'* * -j* .- <m*f A American CT f\W% Alliance gm% /- V T 111 Th* planter: in:■ Cuba grows the leaf, the /If *"~"""^-'/ // V . / J^* I *"_?! worker in Am«rica shapes it into Xl Merito. J J VU, j N^ J%MiI/!)\ Smokers everywhere who smoke it and I / ' ' 3 J*"* i*£23_r^^^. compare it with other cigars sold for /■ .*■ \ % J V 1 y M np'< \ fiye cents all agree ''// Brings Havana I LTw El HCBITII w^J 1 |_L mtlf 11U I||| ..fii. -W e^ our ea^er y°u are ready f°r it. iilllr^ liilnl iBS BOLTZ, CLYTIER & CO., Philadelphia. MwjJ Cil» m-ttm. *Lm\ _____° 0X * HARRIS ' Distributors, Minneapolis, Mlnn.^JCT Ml jy?j? BRAINERD IN THE FIELD TWO FOR A STATE COMMISSION Available Site in the Fine Section for the Proposed Sanatorium for Consumptives. . Special to The Journal. Brainerd, Minn., April 27.—Local senti ment strongly favors the naming of some well known and prominent resident of Braine...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

(0 WANT ADS ON PAGES 10,11,12 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Ellen J. Carleton and husband, Alice A. Jones and husband, Susan C. Jones and David P. Jones & Co. to Lena Holt; lots 7 and 8, block 2, Cot tage City .- $250 Theresa V. Harrison to Elizabeth M. Chapman; lot 11, block 1, 1. H. Ed mond's addition 6,000 James M. Ryan and wife to Bertha."" Anderson; part lot 7, block 8, Gale's I first addition 1.000 Edward L. McGrory to Christian Nor man; lot 2, Nelson's subdivision 2,600 Mary E. Green, Rnoda J. Carpenter and . husband and Luella R. Emmans and > husband to Fred H. Boardman; lots 1 and 2, block 9, Lakevlew addition.. 1,700 Mary D. Gebbardt and husband to John Funk; lots 8, 9 and 10, block 2, Eustls' third addition .................'... 350 ."Win. C. Ladd and wife to Martha H. Gould; lot 2, block 2, M. C. White's addition 475 Emily A. Babcock and husband to Frederick J. Clark; lot 29,. Meadville Park ;....-*....... 335 Phillip J. Mooney and wife to John G. * Clenietson; , lot 18, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

'SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1901, for RENT ; '„. Continued. FOR RENT— - ADULTS ONLY, THREE rooms and alcove in modern house; walking distance. 141 Lyndale ay N. :p-.>- MODERN SIX-ROOM FLAT; HARDWOOD. ' bath, gas, hot and cold water; 15th ay N and 4th st; $17 per month. ■■-... OR FURNISHED FLATS , *~ FOR RENT—AT THE LEXINGTON, 69 11TH st S, furnished six-room flat, for the, sum mer; $37.50 per month. Inquire at flat 13. j FOR RENT—FURNISHED . FLAT, FIVE rooms, first floor; June 1 to Sept. 1. I6t£ Clinton ay. . >■ FOR RENT—FOR THE SUMMER, FUR nlshed. flat 14, 1613 Clinton ay. MODERN FURNISHED . FLAT OF SEVEN rooms for the summer. 26 loth st N. 83. FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR .UNFUrT . nlshed, six-room flat, for the summer or ' g longer. 1025 3d ay S. L. O. Leßaron. FOR RENT—FURNISHED FLAT, ON THE ground floor; large yard, fine location; every thing modern; walking distance. R 974, Jour nal. 27 OFFICE FOR RENT—WITHIN ONE BLOCK OF THE Chamber of Commerce you can rent room 7. McMillan b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

12 '"•'' WANT ADS ON PAGES 10,11,12 Continued. TO LEASE FOR 99 YEARS. „ 91x142—0n Ist ay S, adjoining Bank Com. 132x100—On 2d st and sth ay S, milling dlst 64x165—0n 2d st near 3d aY S. ' 66x165—0n 3d st and 6th ay S. 165x108—Corner of 2d ay N and 2d st. 75_t&0— of Ist st and 2d ay N. 185xU3—Corner of 7th st and Ist ay N. 64x110—On Nicollet aY near 9th st. 70x160—On Nicollet ay near 10th st 160X1S5—Corner ol Lyndale ay S and Summit. FOR SALE OR LEASE, PART OR WHOLE. 406 feet on Hennepin ay and 460 feet on Oak Grove, fronting park. 44x166— On 3d st near 2d ay S. EDWARDS & HERITAGE, 217 KASOTA BLOCK. • DAVID C. BELL INVESTMENT CO. • • No. 11l 4th st S. • • THESE' ARE BARGAINS. , • • $660— Monroe st NE, between Spring • • - and Summer; all Improvements in • • street _ • • $200— ay SE, between Como and • • Talmadge; east front; stone walk • • " and water. _„__. • $275—Harriet ay, between 34th and • • 36th sts; east front lot 45x128; city • • water and sidewalk. , • • Garfield ay...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

_ PAftTIX on JO CTRN AL JUNIOR ROAD BUILDING IN THE CANADIAN BUSH An Object Lesson in Opening New Country Across the Border by Building Good Roads. Our friends across the Canadian border liave done much in the solving of the good roads problem. From the north shore of Lake Superior a vast unlnhabitated re gion stretches away to Hudson bay. a paradise for hunter and fisher, having, at the same time, remarkable promise for both the miner and the agriculturalist. Much of the area is composed of lakes; some of It "Is Impassible wilderness, with arctic winters; and there is a vast terri tory within the zone of progressive mod ern agriculture. Road making is being carried on In this Jailer region, in the heart of the Canadian | ___r . *. ax BUSPETCSTO^ BRIDGE BTTT.T BY CAT* ADIAN" INDIANS—ONE OF THE MOST RE MARKABLE ENGINEERING - FEATS EVER ACCOMPLISHED BY SAVAGES. tush, a stretch of country lying along the northern shore of Lake Superior and, In general terms, extending northwest to Winn...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

2 Pulpit and Pew SPIRIT OF WISDOM Shown by. Rev. Dr. 3ushnell, Says the Christian Advocate. IN HIS , FORMER CO-PASTORATE A Delicate Situation Delicately and >....' Successfully Handled by > .... . . the Doctor. -The Christian Advocate, a Methodist church paper published in New York city, in an editorial in its last issue on "Co- Pastorates," refers to Dr. "John E. Bush nell,- now pastor of Westminster church in this city, in the following: 'The Madison Avenue and. Phillips Mem orial churches (Presbyterian) in this city were consolidated some time ago, and pro- ceeded for about six months on the theory of a copastoraite of the ministers of the two churches, Drs. Bushnell and Johnson. Dr. 'Bushhell, late pastor of the Phillips Mem orial, recently resigned and wrote a letter pervaded by the spirit of- wisdom and love. "Our services," he says, "up to the present 'time have been so pleasant that most of the people; would wish to continue them without change,' but there are embarras...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIU 27,. 1901. j Books and Authors THE LITERARY OUTLOOK THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF ALFRED DREYFUS FROM 1894 :TO 1899—THE DEVIL'S \ ISLAND DIARY TOGETHER WITH HIS OWN STORY OF HIS ARREST, TRIAL, DEGRADATION, IMPRISONMENT AND RELEASE— WHY THE BOOK; HAS NOT APPEARED BEFORE. Correspondence of The Journal. JPW || EW YORK. April "The most remarkable book of the year," or "The most Hk>Sß remarkable book of the century," is an expression' which is so often over __^_^i worked that 1 hesitate whenever the temptation to use it is strong. One is i^J tempted to judge a work, which is so announced. But, now and then, the | political events of a period or & peculiar combination of circumstance bring out conditions which are so rare that a book embodying the central action of the time is only produced once or twice in a century. Such a book is the partial autobiography of Alfred Dreyfus, ex-Captain of Artillery in the French army, now a private citizen of France. "Five Years of...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

¥ THE JOURNAL -UQIAN.SWIFT, .J. & McLAIN. . MANAGER. EDITOR THE. . JOURNAL. is published every evening, except Sunday,' at 47-49= Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. : NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune .building., y v : CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. • Delivered-by Mall. One copy, one month .................$0.35 One copy, three months..... 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. .One copy, one week Scents One copy, one month.. ....35 cents Single copy ....'.. 2 cents ■ .—, * CHANGES OF AUUHESS . Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must, always give their former as well as present' address., .. •-? CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLA...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 27. 1901. WOLF STORIES TOLD WHILE WOLVES HOWL _r»': «%> " Gus Beaulieu and Charles Moulton Take a Mean Advantage of a Tenderfoot in * the Pine Woods. . When we started from Park Rapids on Our long drive into the Indian country, on ."White Earth reservation it was with the expectation that we would find accommo dations at. our journey's 'end. Relying solely on the Judgment of Gus. Beaulieu, who was more used to roughing it than myself, it never occurred to me to take along a blanket. The belief that we could get some good, honest fare at the lumber camp we were heading for, also blinded my eyes to the necessity of being well stocked with provisions. 7\" "."-: It was not until we reached our jour ney's end that we realized our mistake. After a hard day's ceaseless/jolting in a springless wagon over thirty miles of rough road, we found the camp deserted. The noonday meal had proved Beaulieu to be a miserable failure as a commis sary. For a trip that, would ta...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

6_ ' I ' Nl , ' -__-H__-___a__-_-__-____-___B______^ ■____■_____■■__■ ■B«_________________H______iHM|B____________«__^ MISSES HEISSER AND CHANT GIVE UP THEIR STUDIO Both Will Leave the City at the Close of Their Season of Work—Miss Chant Goes Abroad, and Miss Heisser Will Teach. Changes among the small circle of artists are constant, but the studio of Miss If. E. Heisser and Miss Elizabeth A. Chant has been so long established that it has come to seem likely to be permanent. This hope has been destroyed by the plans of these young women for next year and they will close the studio on Hennepin avenue, which has been kind of an art center, May l. Miss Chant will sail June 15 from Bos-I ton on the Saxon.a (or an extended trip] mam sSmV in *V —'ill I HSi B _Jci' Bi_______{f ' "'8 * {t- -|t all 11«E__P"9_____I^_H 25=?- '*_ __f.f\V\l! J ' fla ____%* ______ I^IL V'^ feM BflHP^I H ___Bf.^__B_2S^_______^^*! '^'J'Jaa-S-H ________! g __[_________„ _.__. _____E_^____H__^'9^_f___i rfai/ *■----_-...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

Popular Journal Excursion No. 41—"In all the World No Trip Like This" Minneapolis Journal's Pan ■ American Excursion by Great Lakes to Buffalo and Niaeara Falls §11 A Glorious Eleven Days' Vacation Trip of 2,500 miles down the Great Lakes to Buffalo, N.Y., on the finest lake steamships ever built, with special visits at Duluth, Mackinac Island, Detroitand Cleveland; four days to enjoy the Wonderful Pan-American Exposition and sublime Niagara Falls, returning by the same delightful, incomparable scenic route. The first and only time this most attractive of trips has ever been offered— rest, recreation, sightseeing and solid enjoyment! AS TO "JOURNAL EXCURSIONS" The Minneapolis Journal has achieved a wide reputation for its popular excursions. Originating popular excursions in the west, The Journal has already conducted no less than forty excur sions and these have included, be sides many one-day trips to interest ing and hitherto inaccessible places within 200 miles of Minneapolis, e...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

c B. o'B.'S TRIPS IN THE CLIMATE LANDS What Is to Be Seen in the Swarming Places of Southern California at the End of the Season. Correspondence of The Journal. Los Angeles, March 25, 1901.—Predic tions for a dull 'winter in California have proved to be as close to tho truth* as"-the average newspaper "forecast" before a national election. The .season, now well on the wane, though late in" starting in, has proved to be a record-breaker, . and for the past . two months . the hotels have reaped a golden harvest.. But the tour ists have well nigh left the coast.resorts, B many have gone north ,or home, but an other few weeks. and the, season of. 1901 will be numbered among the things that were, and for the. next-ten months Cali fornia hotel men and shopkeepers will have to live off one 'another. Here in -Los Angeles, until within the last week, you"could neither get in or got out. It was almost impossible to get any sort of accommodations in the hotels, and even upper berths on the tra...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

: SATURDAY EVEOTNG. APRIL' 27, 1901. MY LADY OF ORANGE By H. C. BAILEY. [Copyright, 1900, by H. C. Bailey. 1 -. ■ . - - . „ CHAPTER XVIII. THE LATEST NEWS. On the next day, the 27th of September, back to Alkmaar went the brave carpenter, Peter van der Mey, bearing dispatches from Sonoy, bidding them take heart, for the end was coming soon. The end was coming. In deed; and now we had decided to do lt, there was not one of us, 1 think,, but shrank in his heart from breaking the dykes. "When they light three beacons In Alk maar 1 break the dykes—to put them out, I suppose. Gott! 1 said I would do It, and I will; but captain; I will see those three beacons first, and that sober," quoth Caspar. "I like it no more than you," said I. "But it will drive Alva back." "Ach, yes, there will be no Alva when I have once played with their sluices. Nor j anyone else, perhaps. Gott! 1 should like to see Vitelli swim!" "How many men will you take?" "Fifty will serve. I want to bring them, all back. A...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

10 THEATERS BILLS OF THE WEEK May Irwin end "The Bursoiufli ter," at the Metropolitan. -"The Elan-Ins Arrow" at-the Dijon. "Moulin Ronee" at the Dewey. Charming May Irwin, a comedienne, holding high favor with theater-goers. BBjSJHB-I ' BBf_!-*nBP. ■' Sf_^fl_tl"* *'" .v ■;*','>* t_H ' '"' ___B______B r B_»'^ __^_fc__*__-**'* *" * *^ *: *-*^Sfci H_______B_^_i_*< r'^____H . *• " _______________lb_: ~ *IH_I: _________■_________. ■*** t «__!_■__£ v "****■>- ~?^_*"-* r ''-"tV** i*"v * *_ *** --" . ' *$ t * *■*-_________•_______! -v* r *• * x .>f*^^ * ****'"^* _._*'■» *t*' *> * "*! » ■*. ■,"^\' _h__9P-____Hk__i»^^ *•**•« "t'^^^'-jf^- 1* ■•*_ £, •* * s, j 1 * -v »< ?v~" „■"■ '^ t ,*^ ; ■"""' " ■Hs*l-!*- *■ ____B___Hf'"-''':'* H^ N **! ¥ I ' ' " "■''"' * * *' * *1 _4 _i 4 *':'--'•_■_____ ' !_____ i ___" __H ________ -tH i 1 GUS WEINBERG AS THE BURGOMASTER At the Metropolitan the la-tter half of next week- •who has come to be known as "The Woman Who Makes "MADGE You Laugh,"...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1901, WHEAT ADVANCED Ifcc, CLOSING VERY FIRM Another Foreign Bulge,* Good Ex j port Sales and Increased Crop Damage Talk. JULY WHEAT SOLD UP TO 76c Local -Stocks Decreased 415,001 Bu. ~.V«hi of an Active Trade aud Lively Session. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. April;27.—There was something approach ing" excitement In the local wheat pit this morning, when the market, repeating the regular performance of the past sev eral days, again took up a higher range and held to it. While of late there has appeared to be no Important short inter est, in the market,* yet there were -evi dences, that the short -lines were more numerous than was supposed.,and,in the early trading i some Quick' covering was done, May selling up %c and July follow ing. There was Utile reaction, the mar ket was well supported and just before the close showed renewed strength, May selling to T-t^c and July striking.76c." The seaboard reported large accep tances of cash wheat overweight on...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

12 STORY OF THE MARTYRS OF ST. JOE Some of the Difficulties the Protestant Missionaries Experienced in Their Early Work for the Northwest. One of the most touching tragedies re corded In the , annals of the new north west was enacted in the sixth decade of the Nineteenth century, on the borders of Prince Rupert's Land and- the Louisiana purchase (now Manitoba and North Da kota). It Is a picturesque spot, where the Pembina ; river outs the International boundary line, and, bursting through the {mountains of the same name,' leisurely pursues .its course to the southeast :to Join the Red River of the North in its course to Hudson's bay. Half-a-century ago, in this place, en circled by the wood-crowned mountain and the forest-lined' river and prairies, rich as the gardens of the gods,' there stood a village and trading post of con siderable Importance, named after the patron saint of the Roman Catholic church in Its midst —.St. Josephcommonly called Et. Joe. It was a busy, .bustling tow...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

The :: Jo\irne_l Junior City or Country? Minneapolis Juniors Weigh the Many Advantages of Both Before Maßing Their Final Decisions, **•*?%*>? g-S-_-BS_____B HERE were many different ideas of "country." To U yS | some it meant shade and water and to others a || 0 '■ ' ree'ess more or less water and to others a treeless and more or less dreary expanse. Re- A I gardless, however, of the various conceptions, it himuij_j-.ji.-_i..a was fully as popular' as cities. The lack of educa ls^^^«l tional advantages was the chief objection to the jffigjpjSi country. A number gave their preferences for cer _wv^^wl tain seasons of the year or under certain conditions i«B/_i_*$-»l but tnere were no "ifs" in the topic and an arbi flJjfi%[\ trary choice had to be made one way or the other. I ll*&r%t 1 The Juniors often complain of the "why." The Wil _s^__ttl following selection from one of the papers shows Jj^Sg J the value and necessity of that little word, "When «■"■*■■■■» 1 first read this t...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

2 "Jupiter must be emptying his drinking bora." Still onward and -• "upward we go, nearer and nearer to the stars,"which I now see are crystal palaces of the gods. My journey has ended and I. am set gently on a soft, fleecy cloud. - : - _ ; • . * Up here all is light. Dreamy music is playing; birds; are singing, and all around are beautiful gardens filled with bright bued flowers, among which graceful maids are flitting to' and fro. The tinkle and splash of the fountains is forgotten as the dreaded Thor suddenly dashes: by in his chariot brandishing a hammer and making the: forests behind him reverberate with thunder. Diana darts forth from the forest, her "bow swung over her shoulder and speeds to the great "Jupiter, who upbraids Thor for his noisy playfulness and commands the noise to be stopped. - How beautiful everything is. "Would that I could stay here always with these happy gods,'.' I murmur, wistfully. But, alas, it cannot be, for I am but a mortal! ' —Emma Kuhfeld, Ninth G...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 April 1901

number of temples in charge of missionaries and one especially where the children seemed more interested. They had a large palm tree with a number of small trinkets, toys and candles on it They use palm trees there, as fir trees do not grow in India, so the man in the moon told us. The children seemed to be interested and were enjoying themselves very much. I suppose' they had been taught about the Christ Child. We then looked towards Sweden, where nearly every family was putting out the bundle of wheat on a post for the birds' Christmas dinner. We then looked towards our own home, where we saw assembled in the church our Sunday school mates. The church and trees were decorated very prettily. After the exercises were over, presents were given to the scholars of the Sunday school. We returned home the next day and told our parents where we had been and what we had seen. Hilma Anderson, Eighth Grade. Litchfield, Minn. •*. Before Sunrise. We stood on the summit of a large mountain look...

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