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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

PERSON MS. - -- RS.~JI. i/aNDISEW-S,- PLEASE CALL THE P..stomce: .ettrr fur you. G. P. no2 2t» i~~~RIKNI>~-I am « 1 1. LING TO GO INTO VODE J speculation wtfh *500. It* T~~RA>lAi:'-''""- WANTED TO PREPARE J/ i ... winter entertainments; also 2 experienced gentlemen. Teacher. li.iii7,t'.\u Branch. It* TCE HAS BEEN SO HIGH HERE THAT ONLY X millionaires could Indulge It: now, with a SHI re- f ri ,;..| and Ice at V 3 tent, tbo saving in pro- visions more than pays the cost, aud luxury comes fr.e. ■• 420 Eighth St. It UP. INKLES— WITH ALMOND NUT CREAM on can positively rni> them away. Scaled par- ticulars 2c. MARY K. MUBKAY. 1059 Washington Blvd.. Chleaso. ills Aleuts wanted. ni>'2 2t WILL NOT BIS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY delitj contracted by my Wife, M LOUIE WAI- poLK, she having lert me without just cause, after this il.-ite, Nov. 2. 1890. [3 3t»] P.. W. WAI.I'OLE. AST WEEK OK THE GREAT FUtE SALE AT LAST WEEK Oh TBE GREAT FIHE SALK AT J the Berlin Clonk and Suit House, '.!.! Gra...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

8 JOHN D. SIEBE'S CANDIDATURE. His Biography and Business Ca- reer in San Francisco. A life-Long F.cpcb'icar, Bat He Has Always Been Opposed to Fo:sism— A Bad Case for the Post— Office of Asii»3or. The next Assessor for Hie City and County of San Francisco w..s b"rn in Hanover, Ger many, in the year is:-:s. When about 1» years of nee he emigrated to America, and arriving at New York remained iv that city sbnit two years. Desiring tv proceed still farther westward Mr. Siebe came to California iv 15.53 and tettled in :-a:i Francisco, where he has ever since resided. He had not been lone in this city when he was conducting grocery-stores In three different pr.rts of the city, and these be operated simultaneously with great suc cess. Subsequently, receiving a handsome business proposal Irom Chesley & Jones, wholesale liquor dealers on Front street, lie entered their employment, and was con nected with their establishment until 1576, when be organized the firm of Siebe Bros., • boles...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. "- - * — - - -• - 1 - a. ai. M. AML A. ■ Colored Dress Goods! HENRIETTAS. At SO Cents. FRENCH HENRIETTA CLOTH in all the latest shades, 40 inches wide, war- ranted all wool, extra value for 75c, will j be sold at 50c pit-ami 1. At V 5 Cents. FRENCH HENRIETTA CLOTH, new fall shades, 42 inches wide, warranted all wool, extra value for SI, will be sold at 750 per yard. At 1 .00. FRENCH HENRIETTA CLOTH, silk fin- ish, new shades, 46 inches wide, war- ', ranted all wool, extra value for Si 50, will be sold at Si per yard. At *1.55. FRENCH HENRIETTA CLOTH, . silk fin- ish, latest shades, 46 inches wide, war- 1 ranted all woo!, extra value ior SI 75, ; will be sold at Si 25 per yard. At *1.50. FRENCH HENRIETTA CLOTH, extra fine finish, new shades, 40 indies wide, warracted all-wool, extra value for $2, will be .sold at £1 50 per yard. FANCY WEAVES. At SO Cents. MELROSE CLOTH, new fall shades, 40 inches wide, warranted all wool, extra value for 85c, will be sold at 00c per y...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

10 THE CALL'S PORTRAITS. Faces of Men Lous Resident in San Francisco. E. F. Thcmas— Captain Oliver E'.dridge— Joseph D. Bedding— Colonel S. H. Savage. C. F. Fargo- J. F. Merrill. In this Issue The Cam. has the pleasure of presenting to its readers the faces of men long resident among no, who have gained distinction in their several professions and vocations. That the selection covers a wide field may be inferred from the fact that a soldier, a sailor, a manufacturer, a mer chant and a lawyer are atuon^ the list. / *"0t__l [ . w ~^JJyt S. P. THOMAS Holds the combined position of manufactur er and bankrr. He is the head of one of the largest producing companies on the Coast, whose plant ts at Berkeley, where he also - much of the summer, passing Hie winters at the Palace Hotel. He was born at Bisne, Albany County, Xew York, ou .Time 14, 1823, and arrived in California November, 18t» ili- iim occupation in this country was connected with a manu facturing bi '-iine>.-. at which be so...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

Jk^\ .V^t 0\s 1/ / F7 ' » _J2_aNr~v-__" r a. _? [■ j? -.; Si -■-.'%..<- _#_Uc£*S*" -' Election Week Promises to Bo a Dull One for the Theaters. REVIVAL OF "THE MAGISTRATE." New Life Enthused Into the Hanlon- Volters — Marion Proposes a Fresh Dialect Dialogue— Liberati and His Band at the Bush. "Mikado" at the Tivoli— The Baldwin Shuts Up Again—Pas more's Album Song Concert. A New Barytone Billed— General Mention. The quality of the petformauce.3 given in this city just now, considered from a dramatic point ol v;ew, is rather below the average, and we do not expect to see the standxrd raised till the appearance of Miss Clara Morris at the lJaldwiu. The best w.ak dt'iie ior some time is that by the Mock c inpany at Uie Alcazar, where we have had bOine rein n'.ters, especially by the cast in "Woman Against Woman," oi the palmy days of the sttge. Earnestness of i trrpose and fidelity to the requirements uj the part assigned have marked the work i-r.il of the people engaged and there ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

12 "TQ: i t Kstxidlers of OixesiiD Clotlilxig, :' SANSOME STREET, .SAN': FRANCISCO. HAVING STARTED AND CARRIED MOST SUCCESSFULLY INTO EFFECT THE EARLY-CLOSING MOVEMENT, WE NOW CALL UPON YOU, IN THE NAME OF HUMANITY AND COMMON DECENCY, TO CLOSE YOUR RETAIL SHOPS ON SUNDAYS. ' REMEMBER, we have never referred to YOUR PAST UNSAVORY RECORDS ; we have never entered a single protest against your running two clothing shops on Kearny street within one block of each other ; never have we asked you personally or called upon you in print to put your firm's name over your doors and upon your busi- ness cards. We never cared or referred to how often you changed the noms de plume of your stores. We never hinted that you repeatedly changed their names or noms de plume to hoodwink the unwary into the belief that men ran them who possessed a reputation for honesty? We have never made a single objection to the exorbitant prices your— AMATEUR— MANAGERS charged their patrons for your merchandise; which...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. MOATED HOUSES IN ENGLAND. One of the Common Methods of Defense for Early English Country Houses. "MOATED GRANGE" OR "MANOR." Modern Advances Tend to Bring Such Methods of Defense of Homes Into Ridicule — These Places, However, Have an In terest for the Lovers of the Pic turesque. r — DWELLING surrounded by A' V a moat, with the only way of (A ) entrance or exit a drawbridge S t-i { raided and lowered at the will I r~~\ \ of the inmates, carries a sense r S r _] of quite perfect security. There is, moreover, a poetic and romantjc fancy clinging to the thoughts of a "moated grange," or "manor-house," making either an especially iuteiesting architectural relic. i ™ -*, JflllM^ __35>_ <l X^yk. 'i'rY I ..''^^-"C-.^.'S 1 . '*! .-/C^ ■_S*..v-i'rj-*8 • IPS SsBwilraa'MjH^I Rfln fiAADHMB *«* Js_;?g?~US?..s^s^ g_ .^s-<^ t^:'^g^'&^v^ S£E*S_S _jj__rT__9ff5_" . f^^^FFT--^ IIP l^^^ilt_i Modern advances may tend to bring such Into ridicule as places of defense, but it i...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

14 A LION AND A LIONESS. An Adventure end a Romance of a Courageous Woman. WRITTEN FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL BY JOAQUIN MILLER. CHAPTER I. • I\ DOUBT if you will find either profit or | a pleasure in reading this incident of my _J third voyage up the Nile. It is real y not worth reading. I have written it down merely for a few friends who know some thing of the facts; Hid also to escape the annoyance of having •-.. tell it over as die of the features of my four years' travel in tha Orient. Bat to begin. Wearying of the Levant. 1 was resting a time in Rome when I was formally invited as well m specially urged to witness the marriage ceremony be tween the (iraiuJ Duchess Alexandria and the Duke of Edinburgh. Let us pass over these wasteful follies; the waste of time, the -.•...-;.• of sense, of soul! I have only mentioned the reason for my presence in St. Peters burg; have only mentioned the fact of my being there, because 1 saw a face in that gathering of people that could not be fo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

A BRIDAL TRIP IN WILD AFRICA. Mrs. Emil Holub's Fonr Years' Travels in Hip Depths of Ncgrolantl. A BRAVE WOMAN'S PLUCK A Vienna Girl Weds an Explorer and Shares the Remarkable Per ils and Sufferings of His Second Trip— Beleaguered for a Month by Savages Who Would Not Make Peace Two Hundred and Forty Days of Flight After They Had Been Robbed of Everything but Their Guns and Three Hun dred Cartridges — Dr. Holub's Thrilling Story. —^1 EVEN years ngo the story was I \ (J I published far and wide that ii V/""""^*^ linn young woman of Vienna was f"} — >, A about to make a wedding tour ! ( )J to Central Africa. Einil Ilolub, •■ — -» ' the explorer, had returned from Ion? wonderiugs in tie Zambesi region, and was about to co back to explore a country north of the Zambesi which no white man had ever visited. When llulub first went to Africa be was almost penniless, but he made money as a physician, end was finally able to HiKAse in his chosen work as an ex plorer. No one in Austria would...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 2 November 1890

16 IN THE GRAND STRATHGLASS. Wakpmnn's Wanderings Among the Grand Peaks of North ern Scotland. A HEARTY HIGHLAND PRAYER. The Meaning of the Old Gaelic Names of Places and Things— The Gray Valley the Deptrts of Which Have Never Been Penetrated or De scribed—The First American to Know S rathglass — Erchles Cas tle, the Great Home of the Chis holms of Chisholm. Special to Thk ScxnAY Call, S^^l T AT II I. A S Scotland, [ C ( I S^pt. 18, 18!>0.— It was an earnest V —^3 welcome that came to me from r^—^Athf iniwellers at the sweet old I I ) J lonely i" an of Fa^nakyle, in ly^^y the heart of grisnd Stratliglnss, »ruotg the grim peaks of Northern Scot la d. Though th« night was already falling like a dark wi:g from the crags as we de scended from toe Etage-coaeh, the situation mid surroundings of the Manse could be vaguely i.iscerned. The great stiatli stretched east and west fur half a day's journey in front. Trie river Glass, Horn whence Strati ,:lass derives it-* name, swept by the ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

[p^ : ,*.^«'«>*>*«>>^o>'j^«>>>'»*»r*-' , , 'roi*'**i*i , i , i''i'.!3] I'■ NOT IN THE RACE! jf K> OO- t SQUARES OF ADVERTISING MATTER IN SUN- <** ■Ft] 000 i DAY'S CALL, OR SIXTY-FIVE PER. CENT MOKE !«> «">' THAN IN THE CHRONICLE AND TWENTX-HVE rEX >*1 I*. CENT JliiKH THAN IN TIIE EXAMINER. ■ ■ . .**. S% Sur.uM is Sunday's Chronic 2050 .*. r\ Squares in Sunday's Examines , 2631 y, : .*. Kll'.IICtS IN ; SIINPAV'S CALL 3354 ',f% ■ ,&4L___* — _-, ....... — : >-ri=t ittTjli'. '.'.'. '•'.'*'• .•*.*••...: ♦*♦"♦*'«**•*'♦**•'"•'*♦*«*'♦■*♦'*♦*'•*■ ETH Ir-jf- - - - ..--•.-»»»-- * - - - - - ............. [Uial VOLUME LXVII-NO. 156. BRITISH ELECTIONS. Results of Ominous Import to the Tories. Hot a Single Dissident Liberal So Far Returned. Stanley's ißSffltutfoiis-- J«jb«oh Demands tie Publication of All the Facts. The O'Sbea Divorce Case. — Special to The Hoaxers Call. London, Nov. 2.— Municipal elections were held in England and Wales yesterday. Whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

2 BUCKLEY'S DOOM. Exercise of Vigilance Is Neces sary at the Polls. Closing Eeputlicsn Meetings of tha Cam paign— Clunie's Doleful Whine. News From Colusa. • The necessity for the exercise of extreme vigilance at the tolls to-morrow cannot be too strongly urged upon those' who are op posed to boss rule in this city. There Is every reason to believe that the Buckley Democrats will make an effort to intimidate voters, and past history leaves no room for doubting that they will attempt to stuff the Hot-boxes in their determination to cap ture one or more of the municipal offices which afford the greatest amount of pa tronage. . It Is to be anticipated that the practical crusade against Buckleyism during this campaign has spurred Buckley's heelers with a desire to offer violence if necessary at any or all of the polling booths, and only a vigorous and determined action against any ruffianly movement of the "lambs" will protect voters from being robbed of their right to cast th&r bal...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

INTERIOR TOWNS. Interesting Events Presented by Local Writers. How ths Fine Weather Benefitted the Fruit- Grcweis— The Lite Fire at Mare Island— Personal Notes. (pedal Correspondence Morning Call. Editor Morning Call: A few years ago a weather prophet, so called, was a mythical personage, supernaturally weatherwise, but in these days of telephones and phonographs be is a very practical, useful individual, whom we call Signal Service Officer, lv an article in Wednesday's "daily" the signal officer said this he .ted term would last at least forty hours longer. We were slightly Incredu lous that there could be a change in so short a time, but, sure enough, Thursday was per ceptibly cooler. Thursday night a heavy fog came up, the first we have had for weeks, biding behind its misty veil the brightness of the moon and stars, a great contrast to the night before. The weather has been growing colder ever since. The ladies can not remember whenever before they could wear with comfort their ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL lit' a a larger circulation ilia" »nr other ueivsp i per ,»nhll»rig I In San Francisco. PI 'HI. If '.I'll'N OFFICE: - ' 656 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. m. liiiAM OFFICES: 710 Market street, near Kearny, ope* until 12 o'clock midnight: 339 11. yes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; 003 1. hi kin street, open until 9:30 o'clock ; 1:518 Mission street, open i. mil » o'clock P. St., anil 116 Ninth meet, open until 9:30 r. ML ■•**-".. . : subscription KATES : DAILY all (including Sundays). 88 per rear by mail, postpaid: 16 cent* per week, or 88 cents per I calendar mouth throogb carriers. DAILY CALL, Cve copies, three im'-.ius So 25. SUNDAY. CALL (twelve pages). Sl 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL and WEEKLY CALL. $2 50 per year, post paid. WEEKLY CALL t ••!-_ ti : paces). 81 itSperyear, post] aid. Cubs or ten (sent to oue address), $10. KIVEATIIER PREDICTIONS. signal SERVICE, U.S. ai'.mv. *) Division ok -hi i Pacific. >- Sax I'i'.vm i~. ■...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

_rSTM*SS CHANCE 1 -. C'-lUli partner Wanted to assist in JfOUU. the store In cue of the lust paying cash businesses In this city; kept by the present owner for the last eight years and clearing at least $250 per mouth, which will be proven by owner: the duties aie light and easily learned; hut a man must give his ii hole lime for 9 hours per day to this busi- ness alone: no previous experlenco required: you caii try the business until fully satisfied before buy- ing. Apply K. KENNY. 22 Kearny st. lt _,-] Ciflfl A GREAT BARGAIN IN A SALOON: ,~ I _UU. a stand that Is doing at least $30 a day trade and of whlah yuu can havo a trial or 30 days ore you buy; none but those with the colu need apply: this is located near the corner of Third and M arket sis. '-, IB IK. KENNY, 22 Kearny st lt (TO .J-n A PARTNER WANTED TO ASSIST tiiiv-'U. looking arter tho plain office work and hired help In one of the largest and bent located flrst-ciass hotels In the immediate vicinity of this city: tilling ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. Some of the Bright Happenings of the Opening Season. Engagement Announcements— Hcvslty in an Oakland Cotillon— Abbott Reception. Future Dances— Notes. The gay time is opening well and the pros pect lies fair before us. Several fashionable weddings loom on the horizon and dances and fetes innumerable wait in store. Never ' have our daughters seemed brighter or the men more enthusiastic, and, clearly, in the coming by-and-by there will be numerous engagements to announce, born of the merry season xl IMW-91. The ladies of the Semper Fidetis Society of Calvary Presbyterian Church have a great tn-at in store for the public. Tliey have been corresponding with Mr. Edward . Fabian, the distinguished elocutionist and basso of New York, with the result that he is to appear in a special "concert anil even ing of humorous and serious readings" at tho churcb in this city on Thursday even ing, the 20th inst. A very quiet wedding was solemnized at Si. John's Church on last Tues...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

SPORTS OF ALL SORTS A Good Pay's Shooting by the Clubs at Harbor Tiew. Olympic Handicaps at the Club's Grounds. -Racing and General Athletics. Checker Games. Yesterday being the first Sunday of the month a largo number of marksmen assem bled at Harbor "View. The day was not a " good one for high scores. A thick haze prevailed for the most part of the day, and it was often very bard to distinguish the out lines of the bull's-eye. The California Club was well represented, and some good individual scores were made. H. 11. Brown snot in splendid form while the light remained steady. When at the cud of his first "string of five" he showed tho excellent score of Us points, he received the congratulations of his comrades on all sides. Believing that the opportunity of fered, he started out for the purpose of breaking the record. Many of his friends believed he would accomplish this result, and ben he finished his next string with another 118 his friends were enthusiastic in the belief that...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 3 November 1890

8 SENATOR ROBERTS' BRILLIANT PLAYING Wins a Close Game for the Sacramentos. Splendid Ball at tbe Haiglit- Street Grounds. The Colonels Succeed in Fulling Ont of a Tight Flacs at Facrameato— L ague Linen. Yesterday's game, between tbe San Fran ciscos aud tho Sacramentos, was a truly magnificent one. It was an interesting, stubbornly fought . contest from beginning to end. replete with many brilliant plays, some haul hitting and skillful work executed by both pitchers. There was a large aud very enthusiastic crowd present, and each clever play Was liberally applauded. The star teatura of the g.-.me did not occur till the tenth inning, and it was a "cork; r." It was probably the greatest and most diffi cult catch ever accomplished on tbe grounds, and Roberts, who made it, was vociferously cheered for five minutes. Coughlin by a vicious swipe lifted the ball out to foul ground, and Huberts sprinted fully eighty fret, gelling it by a mighty effort as it was swerving away from him about t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 November 1890

I ' NOT i M THE RACE! jf fe OOljji SQUARES OF ADVERTISING MATTER IN SUN- $ ; KJ OdD*! DAY'S CALL, OR SIXTY-FIVE I'ER CENT MORE 3 Kf THAN IN THE CHRONICLE AND TWENTY-FIVE FER £» M CENt MORE THAN IN THE EXAMINER. -, A k5 BQPARIIS IK SUNDAY'S Cbronicls .....2050 {, fr* Squares IN Suspat'b EXAMINES , 2691 ■ ,*% !SQJt*AKt-S IN SUNDAYS CALL 3354 [f\, M IsQTJAKKS IN SUNDAY'S CALL 3354 ?, VOLUME LXVII-NO. 157. TO-DAY'S BATTLE. Contest Between the Two Great Political Parties. The Country Thoroughly Awakened to the Important Issues at Stale. S. Ibe Oat'iook In the Different States— The Interest Centered in the Legislative and Congressional Tickets. Special to The MoaxiNQ Cali. Little Rock, Nov. Arkansas will elect five Congressmen to-morrow. The only contests which will be fought on all the lines are in the First and Second districts, where Powell Clayton will endeavor to de feat the Democratic nominees. Both par ties are hard at work, and the only interest in the election is centered in the ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 4 November 1890

2 HAND IN HAND TO VICTORY. . Markham and lie Jtor-Pojnlar Ticket Advance Trißmjtaiit REPUBLICANS CONFIDENT. The Campaign Closes With Everything in Their Favor. Buckley's Army of Lambs " Completely Demoralized. DEMOCRATS DESPONDENT. One of Their Stato Committee men Leaves His Party. Polls Will Be Open From Sunrise to 5 O'Cloek — Police Prepare for Trouble — Federal Offices Closed. "Boss" Buckley Drowning His .Sorrows in Advance— A Straight Ticket From Governor to School Director to Be Elected. TOK rULLS OPEN" AT SUNRISE AND CLOSE AT 5 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING. If toii limply scratch a name on yonr tlckat and you do not write vote" (opposite the name ernsed, the name erased will be counted if it can be made out. -.-•" .'■'■ Beware of mongrel tickets. Itesd every name on your ticket and be sure that it Id the one chosen by the Republican con ventions. Get a Kecnlar Republican ticket, and. if you must chance n nam**, erase it and substitute another. Beware of tickets with Krjiulil lean he...

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