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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

TO POSE FOR CHARITY. Society Belles to Appear In Living Pictures as Gib son Girls. KENNEDY ENGAGEMENT PAETY. Mrs. Donahue's Dinner to Father Varsi— Movements of People Out of Town. A number of society belles from San Francisco, with others of San Rafael, will pose over there next Saturday in living pictures chosen from the "Gibson Girl" sketches. The entertainment, which will be under the direction of Mrs. Frances Edgerton, .'will "be for charity. ; A delightful launch party was given last Sunday by H. E. Elliott from Sausalito. An elaborate lunch was served on board to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Milton, Mrs. C. B. Hill, Miss Helen Hill, Miss Wade, Miss Emily "Wade, Miss Constance Milton, Miss Grace Keser, Percy Crump, Harry Elliott. MrSi Peter Donahue gave an elaborate dinner on Sunday evening at her residence on Second street, the guest of honor being Rev. Father Varsi. Mrs. Eleanor Martin assisted the hostess in receiving her guests. Seated at the table were Rev. Fa...

Publication Title: San Francisco Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

6 :'.-■■ .CHARLES M. SHORTRIDOE, • . • '•. '•• • Editor arid Proprietor. 'J .'■':■ ■■■:,: . :;'-'. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Postage Free; ■ . Bally oiid .Sußday.CAi-l-, one week. by carrier .'50.1 5 • ' Dally and Sunday o.ite.y;ear,by mail:...' 6,00 ' ' /Daily arid Stm.hiy'r 'ai:i.. six inon-thsY by mail "3,00 ■ '.. and Sunday pxti^ three ;■■! iis, by 'jma.ll j 1.50 . . '• 'Daily, and Sunday CXixl one mo-nth,; by nia:l •_.. .50 •'. ■Su.nda'y .CA'ttv.bne y ear; :.:...-.. — ... 1.50" • ■AVj:kki •■ - v cur..'l)y mai1..... .-.,..;:..;.: 1.50: . . '•'"■. '• BI!SiNFSS OFFICE >. . ';'';••■-':■ ' •'. ■ ■".. • . ,'. 710 Market Street. ■':"•• '.■■ : -'. •" ; . .Telephone , : .V...'. .'..'.'. . .;:..'...:.; !.;,,.. ,:, .il.a!n—'lB6B . ;.'■"■• . '.•;. „ EDITORIAL ROOMS: : ;•: ; ■:'- .■"■"■'■ '■■-■ ?>l7 Cljay Street. "•.;-• ■■' • •"v/ ■' ■ ;. Te1eph0ne. , .:.. : : .'.'..:. -:..:. v : -.-'- • • • ■- • .-..Main-1874 . .' \ * BRANCH OFFICER : . 'j ' \-53O^Ionl.crohiety.str.eetjcqrjief Cl»y:open nnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

nHj;<i;AY.v.;..;,;.. svlx 4, isos ; CITY: KEWS: IN BRIEF. . The Chinese. "Native Sons will celebrate to day; ' . •■• ".'"'• . ■ ... A -plant mcy be- erected by. j. M. Wllkins to ... ' furnish electric lights for the park.' - .'. " Th';-- tug.- Alice -will 'carry passengers from •' -Clay, street wharf to the cruisers to-day. ' • '. . ..The -police"' "raided a, faro game -at 17 Third . ■ : street, last night, and arrested live: men. ■ :-■. '. Several thousand "employed. and unemployed . • workmen. will parade after to-day's procession. '•:■.; • The winners-, at..- the Ray District yesterday •..'■ v.i re Bobolink , Miela-nle, > Oarmel, ' Myron ana ■ ■ ■ Remus..'-- • ■ . . . ''--■• - .. -'. • TJje .Theobald discharging a cargo of . • '•'rqal which- was- mined in Cooks ■ Inlet, Alaska, last .whiter. ■'.'.■■. [■ '• .' . •-.- Robert' Irw'in,- whose wife was lost oh. the :: : .-;C6Urna,.- arrived by- the Acapulco yesterday .; . . froirOlexico;.. ... / '■■ ;-'./ ' ■ : . "•■ 'The half f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

8 A GREATER STOCKTON. Why the People of the "Sari Joaquin City ■ Are Rejoicing. GORGING TO THE FRONT. Prominent Men Predict a Mar velous and Continued : .'• ; . ; Growth. : Tgk RESULTS OF ENTERPRISE. Thr^e New Railroads for the Manu facturing Center In as Many : -.-■ '. Months. ;■ STOCKTON, Cal., July 3.— Thousands of people will be in this city to-morrow, attracted as much by the idea of seeing ■what a city that can secure three railroads THE LATE CAPTAIN CHARLES W. WEBER, FOUNDER OF THE CITY OF STOCKTON. ... , ■ " • ■•■•,'■ [From a photograph.] in -as many months looks like as by the various features of the celebration. Stock ton people have an air of confidence about them now born of an assurance of a pros perousfuture for their city. Yet a canvass among, some of the leading business men of the city to-day reveals the fact that the people here realize less what is in store for Stockton than do non-residents. John D. .(.iaiJ said this morning that the local people Uo not .seem to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

DEMAND A MASS-MEETING The Chamber Of Commerce ;•.;'■ Will Act on Davidson's %'■■, ':' ■'_■;.- .Dismissal. KABIKE TXNDERWEITERS TALK. The Mechanics' Institute Adopts „ ; Resolutions— Books and Instru :.■.;..;• merits Removed. live popular ' feeling .of merchants and .tifqfe;ssi6ital-raen regarding the peremptory. Professor Davidson from the f least anclGeorli tic Survey has developed V^pclhtaiieous demand fora mass-meeting. •'Thiiint'aVs-mcetinjT., in which it is sug gested that the Chamber of Commerce shait : txLki> the' initiative, will be called sotoie: time ' next 'week • to give an oppor tunity^!?? iiiore concise and direct cxpres •gibjrivbf tivat general, opinion obtaining in this 'Gity'th^t Professor' Davidson's en :'for<ed-.a"b!sepc«/fn)m .that office is.an out raged . '■:"■. • •■• • ._.-.•' ."•'.'Generiit Diiuprid, president of the Cham . fees of ' Coiiime.rce; said yesterday that he heartily indorsed the stand taken by the .iii ; th«.:; matter .'and earnestly con .'•'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

10 The COMMERCIAL WORLD. /.SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. i ■ > ' Shipment of $357,879 to China. ■ . Silver uuVh'auved. ■' : Wheat dull: Freights nominal. .:: Chevalier Barley .coming-in. ' . Qats", Corn, Rye and BncSweat dull. .■-'No demand -for ■■"-• . Feedst'uffs :i. bangi ■ -Hay steady. • .. Potatoes .unchanged. I Onion; in good supply. Bntter'firni. Cheese unchanged. • .• Poultry in better shape. • Ye:*<-t:n>Usroiifinue plentiful. ■ ■ reiicjx s in good supply and weak. ' : A'priVots continue firm. ■ Grapes now ring. •" Berries- very cheap. : .1';:: Fruits quiet. Dried Apricots in demand. ."• Nutsand. Riitfins motionless. .•' Provisions dull and unchanged. ■ Woo: very Brm. '•'•'■ Hide's and Leather strong. ' : .Tallow as heretofore. ■ No ci II for Hop?. , Bleats 4n ample supply. (:ru :; Ji;lt;s weak. " iieavy supplles'of Coal coming. Cauned Fruits very firm. • CotYee dull. ■'-■Oils unchanged. . . ■-'-. WEATHER BIIiEAl 1 ISKPORT. • United States Department OF Aoricol •TUHE. Wka...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

LATEST OAKLAND NEWS An Attempt to Break Jail by v ; :: Means of a Saw and • ; . '■•' "V-.V' ''■'■'.< '■'":■'.'■ '■'.• Acid. .•"■■ ' ■:■'■ '■-. '■ ■ AIL READY FOR CELEBRATION. " ./'•-:-.■• '•';'.'•■- - ; ,<:';■:■•■ • • " '.-•"■. Anonymous Letters Sent to the School Directors— New Sew- . ...... erage System. '■'.'■ A Goddess of Liberty will appear in the parade- to-day, but her identity will not be known until she-; is seen' in her triumphal car occupying the place of honor in the pageant.. P. M. Fisher, the sole remaining . member of the committee that was ap ; pointed to choose a Goddess to preside over the celebration, found her yesterday, but one of. the conditions on which she consented to take. the honor thrust upon her was that, her name should be kept secret until, she was ready to appear with .her escort in the parade;.. .. •■.'■■•'.■•;; . _.-'■. Never in the history of Oakland has the. city been decorated as it is to-day. Many thousands of dollars have been spent in fl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

12 AMONG COAST RANCHES Profits by Diversified Farming Exemplified by John Boggs. EASTERN MEN ARE BIDDING. They Offer to Contract for the En "• . tire Grape Crop of San Joaquin. Bad weather in the States of Washing . ton and Oregon has greatly damaged the hop crop and it is probable that not over half the normal crop of the Northwest will be baled this season. Potatoes, one of the most important ne . cessities of life, are very scarce in Porter ville, says tlie Enterprise of that city. They can/only be obtained from Chinamen at the high figure of ?li'> a sack. Does this 'justify the oft-repeated phrase, ■"There's nothing, in them." The China men, with their vegetable gardens are inakirig money all the time. v Say ß. the Sacramento Record-Union : At the of Mrs. John Stuber, on the outskirts of this city, may be seen a large Sicily lemon tree on which there is a Jarge cfop of big ripe lemons, another of half-growii ones, one of fruit just formed, .arid on many of the branches buds a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

IVY ■ •;■■ '.'.■-;■• I? V S I N K SH (fl A.> i < K s . I <sjq"a nun hoxelpkopert-yandbu-si j > »)V'.l"lV': ness for sale; best paying business. pn line of railroad, in thriving town;- did \- business j -• 16,000 in 1,894, ' far better expectations for ]*<•:■. '.I'm-, buildings • and grounds! accommodations I ' '. ample "and "first-class; splendid -opportunity and ■ ■ " "bargitih to right' man: • CURTIS & BO \VL_Y, Mills ' building, j^an' Francisco. * • % „ Q>X(\(\- PARTNER FOR -HOTEL; l..\l>\ "l Ci>X)v/-". gent: "60 rooms;. 40 steady boarders: " ' .rent $60; no agents.. .G- WILLIAMS, SIS Mission |3p . 8f.,..r00m.19. • .; ■ '■■ • ' • ?i| . ' "OAL'OOX 'WITH PROPERTY FOR BALE: JJ ' -to 'corner. -lot. in" good country town. Particulars )£] • ■; ;af 108'.«.ieary st. " '.. ' .■ •' •• . . . ■ Hi BUTCHER - AXD. A ' FRUITSTORE; I ' Jj, cheap; good business;, owner cannot attend to H" -both..- Call 122 Taylor st.. -. 19' TTTOTEL rX PETA'LUM'A, WITH BAB.OOM- -,.11 ....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 4 July 1895

14 GREAT SINGLE-TAX FIGHT All Efforts to Be Concentrated on Capturing One Small : : - , State. "0# TO DELAWARE!" THE CRY. Propagandists Expect to Convert Voters Into Electing: a Reform : . .Legislature. "On to Delaware!" is now the cry of the single-taxers of this City and of all other cities in the United States. The tiny State of Delaware, not so broad as many a county of California, nor so populous as many a city of New England, has been singled out by the thousands of single-tax believers in this country as their coming battle ground. It is not because Delaware is the smallest of the States— for she isn't— nor that her population is the smallest — which it is not — that she. of all others, has been singled out as the most deserving of all the multitude of blessings— as the single taxeis themselves put it— that must follow the establishment of a commonwealth upon • the principle of not taxing industries. But it isn't a matter of merit at all, the single-tax people are candid enou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

VOLUME LXXVIII.-NO. 35. SAN FRANCISCO'S MOST GLORIOUS FOURTH. OH ! say, can you see by the dawn's early light? Wasn't it a good old-time, a glorious, glorious Fourth? Some thing like live miles of the star spangled banner snapping to a jubilant breeze by day and the enthusiasm of the earth communicated to the stars \a a fiery million rockets by night! It was a glorious, glorious Fourth, each minute of which beat away to the measure of "Am-eriea" and the quick time of all the Ration's songs. It was a burst of old-fashioned patriot . :isin that called'everybody to the sidewalks -to witness.: and cheer the demonstration, save those who. were in the line being .'. cheered-. ' ; •• . The boom' of cannon and snap of fire crackers that began with sundown of the •jiight before have to this writing \>ounded • the throbbing ; air. without interruption, .and .will. .probably salute the Bun that : ■• marks.' the sth of July, as though one day was too narrow a &pace for San Francisco in w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

2 of the float upon which sat the seven beau tiful young ladies. Morosco's Grand Opera-house was in evi dence in the formation by a magnificent scenic float representing four incidents in the Revolutionary War, "Washington Crossing the Delaware" being the most beautiful. The Orpheum had a Boat, "Orphena and Eurydiee," theideain the beautiful myth being cleverly portrayed by a black-stockinged young lady with a rose bedeokod violin, who ever and anon played to a large blonde young woman who sat pensively beneath the globe. Several other beautiful floats, "Moll Pitcher at the Battle <>f Mnnmouth," "The Original Thirteen States,' "The Present States" and "The Ship of State," were in the line, beautiful girls and women representing the dif ferent commonwealths. In the rloat, "The Forty-five Present States," sat Mrs. Hildebrand-Cartwright as Columbia above a bevy of and boys carrying shields, and from start to finish 'hey were the most liberally applauded feature of the parade, sin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

freneroui reception, the Spirit of 177G secni mg to till the hearts of the spectators. Mayor Sutro bringing up the rear of the third'division was Kept busy acknowledg ing the applause which greeted him from all sides. The butchers came in for more than their share of the public attention. Their lit was a symphony of Btuffed.cows, <im\-sc"l meats and frankfurter sausages. All along the line they were generously >'ued. Only one incident occurred during the day that tended in any way to mar the are of the occasion. As the proces sion n'cared Powell street, on Market, a drunken fellow without provocation • I a lieutenant nf the League of ihe . Tin- young fellow dropped his sword and the next instant the intoxicated lay sprawling in the street. The I cheered, the boy picked up Ins i and then the episode ended. Along the line of march gay and elaborate decorations were to be seen. - and all sorts of red, white and blue draperies covered the fronts of the stores, ■ s, hotels, BSloons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

4 INDEPENDENCE DAY ON THE PACIFIC COAST. Magnificent Celebration Held at Los Angeles. THE PARADE FEATURES. Children Make an Excellent Showing and Carry Off a Prize. STOCKTON'S SHORE ABLAZE. Her Water Carnival and Day of Sports Afford Entertainment to Thousands. •; .LOS AFr.ELES, CaL, July 4.— Los 'Angeles has again : acquitted herself with •glory.. The greatest and most elaborate . and successful celebration of the J* ruth of ..July ever witnessed in Southern California Was hold herte to-day, and not one inci dent occurred *.ix mar it. The small boys saw to it that there was no ; late sleepers, and were ably assisted by the daybreak salute ."f . forty-four guns fired from Normal Hill by the.Signal Corps. Most of the decorating was done yester day afternoon and evening, and the lavish ness in display on every side will remain a matter of pride for every Angeleno to comment on. . • . : The procession moved promptly on time, headed by Chief of Police Glass on a magnificent white charge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

TWO FATAL DISASTERS Many Persons Go Down With a Falling Bridge. FIERCE FIGHT FOR LIFE. Victims in the Water Struggle for Places of Van tage. COLLAPSE OF A GRAND STAND.. At the Buffalo Driving Park Death and Injury Are Caused by an Accident. ELKHART, Ind., July 4.-A terrible ac cident occurred at Bristol, a small town six miles from here, late this afternoon. During the progress of a boatrace on the St. Joseph Kiver a crowd of probably 600 people was jammed on a three-span iron bridge. During the finish of an exciting race, and while the crowd was cheering tremendously, the bridge gave way and the ma?s of humanity was precipitated into the water forty feet below. As near as can be learned at present thirty-eight persons have received serious injuries and it is feared that many of them will die. Physicians from Elkhart, Goshen, La Porte and neighboring cities were hastily telephoned for and went to the scene with all possible haste. The accident happened at G o'clock. The race was the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

6 CHARLES Al. StiORTRIDQE, Editor, and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Postage Free : Dally' and Simony Call, one week, by carrier. I'nlly nnd Sunday Call, one year, by mail... 0.00 Dally and Sunday Call, six months, by mail 3.00 Pullyaiid Sunday Call, three months, by mull 1.50 Pally and Sunday Call, otic month, by man .50 Baiiday Call, one year, by mail 1.50 "Weekly Call; one year, by mail 1.50 - • . BUSINESS OFFICE: 710 Market Street. Telephone... -..w .• Main— lß6B Editorial rooms: ' . • " ; 617 Clay Street. telephone Main— lß74 BRANCH OFFICES: r>SO Montgomery street, corner Clay: open until 0:30 o'clock... 389 Haves street: open until 9:30 o'clock. 7 1 7 Lark In im I ; open until 9:80 o'clock. ■ H\V, corner sixteenth and Mission streets; open Until 0 o'clock." 2518 Mission street; open until 9 o'clock. 116 Ninth street; open until 9 :80 o'clock. OAKLAND OFFICE: • POB Broadway. EASTERN OFFICE: rarlflc States Advertlslns Bureau, Khlnelander lniiiciin.-., Kose and Duane streets,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

rBIDAY'..'./...;. JULY 5, 1895 CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. . ' The .Empire Phootin* Club had fine sports at the traps at Ahuneda Point yesterday. ■ David Lesser Lezinsky committed suicide yes terday by shooting himself in the head. : Southern Pacific tracks laid across the middle drive in Golden Gate Park are a menace to the public. • • ' . The winners at- the track yesterday were: Dura-neo, Tiberius, Installatof, Roma, MestOt and/Rico. ' • The singing society of the German section of .-the Socialist party gave a ball at the Turk- Eireet Temple. last evening. The- children ■of the kindergartens, orphan ." Asylums aad day homes s-pent the afternoon at -.; golden Gate-Park yesterday. "■' ; Officers of the cruiser Olympia sharply criti "." cize the: action, of Secretary Herbert in his find .'• ings on the/Born court-martial. . • ■ "Although- it is a year since the Midwinter ••.. Fair was" closed, -the grounds occupied by it are "-: still' m a/most unsightly. condition. '. : - 'The' Pacific Mai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

8 BRIGHT PHŒBUS WON. The Great Realization Stake at Sheeps head Bay. KEENAN WAS DEFEATED. But He Made a Gallant Struggle in the Big Race. CROMWELL SOON DIED OUT. "The Favorite Wins In a Walk," Shouted the Spectators Rather Too Soon. NEW YORK, N. V., July 4.-Bright Phoebus won the Realization stakes at Sheepshead Bay to-day. He was second avorite. Keenan, the odds on favorite, was the only horse that gave him any trouble. The pair fought out the issue for nearly the full length of the homestretch. The course was a veritable quagmire. There was, contrary to general expecta tions, a delay at the post. They finally got away in fine order. Cromwell pursued his usual tactics. He went out and died in front. There was no change worthy of notice until the far turn was reached. Cromwell then began to show some effects of the terrible pace he had set. A furlong from home the race looked like an easy thing for Keenan and everyone was shout ing "the favorite wins in a walk." The cry was prematur...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

RACING AT SAN JOSE Wheelmen From All Parts Throng the Cycling Track. SCORCHERS IN EVIDENCE. Fast Time Made at the League of American Wheel men's Meet. CLASS A BE CORDS LOWERED. Both Class B Events Won by C. S. Wells-Edwards and Delmas Win In Class A. SAN JOSE, Cat., July The tenth an nual race meeting of the North California Division of the League of American "Wheel men was held here to-day on the fast three-lap track of the Garden City Cyclers, and under that club's auspices. A large crowd assembled at the park at 1:30 P. m., when the races were called. Wheelmen from every point within a ra dius of fifty miles of this place came to j town last night and this morning. The Olympic, California and Imperial Cycling clubs from San Francisco were here in large numbers. About fifty members of the Bay City "Wheelmen, neat and natty in new white duck uniforms, made a striking appearance. The Acme and Reliance clubs of Oakland, the Tribune Cyclers of Gilroy and .the Pilot "Wheelmen of Santa ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The San Francisco call. — 5 July 1895

10 MR. MAHUIRE ON LABOR. Its Attitude on the Fourth of July Celebration Very Ominous. THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION. He Will Try to Have a Federal Bureau Established at This : ' ; ; ■■ . . Port. .;. •' ;,' '• ■• The investigation by State Labor Com-.. missioner Fitzgerald and .United States 'Commissioner of Immigration Stradley into the iiiu->..M:taiion of Japanese kinorers ■tinder contracts violating the Fed era): laws has set Congressman James H, ■>! agtii re. t o thin tine very seriously of an effort to se cure the establishment of a Federal immi gration bureau. iii this City similar to that -at New York. . . . ' '' /.':'. ' ;: ; • ;.; : v ;.. Involving as it does one of the most • •.loudly, voiced grievances of white labor, Mr. Maguire naturally feels inclined to .discuss the whole labor problem in this country, particularly in view of the atti tude the . labor organizations assumed toward the Fourth of July celebration. He gave his views yesterday in the following, 1 and did n...

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