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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 March 1904

HOW THE MANAGERS ADVERTISE THE CiG FIGHTERS THEY CONTROL. William A. Bidy Concsded to Be the Most Sjcoessf.n of Any of Them. ADVERTISING THE FIGHTER Different Methods Pursued by Man-, Different Managers. Many, and oftentimes unique, are the methods of managers of pugilists in advancing the interests of their charges. Not few of them follow the methods oi theatrical managers, in ex ploiting the abilities of those in their keeping, while others seek the unbeaten paths to bring publicity and success to their men and, incidentally, to them veitising he can get, and with a shrewd manager behind him he is soon in a po sition to command recognition and at tention. Very few pugilists nowa days, no matter what their standing in their vocation may l>e. arc without somebody to io..k after their affairs, ia tnd out of the ring. The lis.ic manager is an institution that has come to stay. But for him many champions before the public to day probably would have been un-j heard of and is. obscuri...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 March 1904

S*\ 0N T HE STOOL OF REPENTANCE where the man will find himself tbat takes his linen to any laucdrv / Wr& / '/ lr>i\ the Walla Wa "a Steam Laundry. tO W>\ *1 y ° Ur CODl3cience don't prick you *°" r collars and cuffs may, and make VtY V ° U appreciate the smooth edges, soft "2*/ / tCff and exquisite color and // i '\u \-af finish that you can always rely on re " (IS n| ceivln S fr om the Walla Walla Steam SHE SUED FOR $40,000 Executor of His Father's Estate Made Defendant. WINNIPEG, Man.. March 14. —Jose- se y, illegitimate daughter of , t q Kinsey, a prominent ;,„._;.,, is sncing the National ... , ~o n ipany for $40,000- The plain .. : s i ve u known in Et. Paul and Chi having taught music there. When i I'.'h.- she was sent away and >; i father was unable to ~. .] i . He advertised extensively ■i. j!,,. help of detectives finally i ~,i j„. r after reviving thousands letters from impostors. At last ....... ... | that she should come f. Winnipeg -md live with him as his...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 14 March 1904

4z'.i2',W' • •■•til riil'l ••■• •• • ■ •■•' j *■ PATRONIZE IM , M t::r -<»J JL£LAff'sT' 1 M&m&> I General Banking ALSO S ::J Savings Department - _r ? :::: - - - j I ... 4 per cent. Interest Paid p:\ Et ...**....».«*»«■ . .jWrjtf Hps Many Points. When the "dope" expert cornea to figure on the other side of the contest, be finds that Jimmy Britt is present lii any number of points th.it entitle bis friends h> the belief that he can win. He has more speed than Corbett. \<> begin with, and is just the man who can 8"t in and away before the Den ver man can land on him. He has a body punch, t«>o. the one weapon that 1 i tighter must have to win from Cor bett. And Jimmy is a fighter until the last gong. So, anyway that you figure it. the battle ought to lie fiercely fought and exciting in every stage. It will i»e interesting to note tlie ef fect upon Itritt of Corbett's "kirming:"' •ii the ring, in every one of his fights in San Francisco the Denver man has been ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. THE CABINET JOLLIFIES Much Pleased Over Merger Decision. KNOh W4RMLY CONGRATULATED Jj m Hi!! Says Promoters and Stock holders of i..erger Will Grace fully Submit. NEW FORK. Mar.h 15.—Jim Hill b ire going into conference today with II the lawyers and bankers interested in I the Northern Securities company said: E* .••(•! ~ , ~,, paiiv w ill obey the law no R matt, : what inconvenience and dis- I , omforl ny follow. As 1 understand f ii,,, situation the decision acts as a ■ finality. I dou'l think we shall have (••li. !! ir. What plans we shall 5 [iiirsue depends entirely upon the ad- I \ • id our counsel. After the calmest fc lieration our line of conduct will be , Won't Incorporate in Canada. W '• '!• id regarding B J c reports that the Securities com- S i v hail incorporated in Canada: H' \ have is much notion of incoi— The Carpet and Rug Season Is at the Door I ( W..- have on display more than 6,500 YARDS of Ingrain Carpets alone, comprising over...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

Northwest News DEMOCRATS NAME WRIGHT Tacoma Jeffersonians Place a Strong Ticket In Field. TACOMA. March 14.—The demo crats of Tacoma met In convention at the Germania theater last evening and placed in the strongest ticket in the field the party has ever put before the people. The convention, to begin with, was a feast of Jeffersonian and Jacksonian complexion, and everything moved with a unity of sentiment and harmony of opinion that augurs the Ultimate success of the ticket at the polls. Aside from the democrats pres ent, the galleries of the hall were crowded with reputable republicans Mho refuse to swallow the ticket the republicans put up in their convention. Chairman James F. Myhan, of the City central committee, called the con vention to order. A temporary organ ization in which C. M. Riddel! was chairman, and Harry H. Johnston, secretary was made permanent. The committee on platform of which A. ('. Mills was chairman, submitted ;i series of resolutions promising an economica...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

HAUT m SOUTH WRITES TO MIS s!SS i?PI LEGISLATURE ON NEGRO PROBLEM. on the Subject Makes a Viev.s Dec ded Hd With Southern Democrats. k -«ON Mis ß -, .March 15.—1n the . on Wednesday p., Ii Smith read a letter in nresentative William Ran -i of New York, expressed . . being unable to accept tion extended by the Missis- Lture to address that body Representative Hearst in which was greeted with . aD plause, deals forcibly f kiv with the negro problem, a 1- ~i be. n heard, a motion i, and carried unanimously . be S p r ead on the official jour i .<• the proceedings of the body , , ler j{ VV;|S instructed to furnish ,ios ia the press for publication. Th- text of the letter follows: "To the Legilsators of Mississippi: Gentlemen:—l consider it a great hon m to he permitted to address the rep resentatives of th- 1 people of Missis sippi a nd I thank you for your court ■ I cannot pretend, of course, to dis cuss with you gentlemen upon the terms of equal knowledge matters af fecting the sou...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Ofßos, No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mall) In advance 00 Six months * BO One month by carrier 66 One week by carrier IB Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in theee columns daily 1 furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE, and Is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICInTPArI WEATHER. Tonight cold, tomorrow fair and Warmer. ACT ()F CONGRESS REQUIRED. An act of congress passed in 1873 abandoned Fort Walla Walla, and the military reservation passed into the hands of the interior department. The local land office was preparing to sell the land when General Jeff C. Davis, who visited the descried but on a tour of inspection, was persuaded by Mayor McAuliffe I" ask the war department to allow its temporary use as a mili tary post. Soon afterward two or three troops of cavalry were sent ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

Royal • Baking Powde* Saves Health and Saves Money ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. RAILROAD TAXATION BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMIS SIONERS OF EASTERN WASH INGTON MAY MEET. To Discuss Conserted Action in Man ner of the Assessment of the Railroads. It is possible that th" boards of counti commissioners in Eastern W may hoi I a copventioii in Hi.- near future for the purpose of dis gussi _ railv i\ taxation in the state .\ number of the county boards have signified - illingness to meet and considei subject and it is thought that an effort will be made to secure a joint meeting. The commissioners of Garfield county started it by the let ter sent "nt i few weeks ago, suggest ing m other boards that they wanted t" back their assessor in a consider able raise of railway valuations and that "if several of the counties would V 3°ln issues, in the matter of a raise, a r much stronger light would be made collectively than for each county to tackle the matter independently." The Garfield county me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

THK ROLL OF NOM LIST 0 F SCHOOL CHILDREN WHO WE D E NEITHER TARDY NOR ABSENT. Work Accomplished in the School Dis tricts of Walla Walla County Last Month. From the monthly reports of the schools throughout the county receiv ;d .v the office of County School Su perintendent Myers there has been compiled by Mrs. Josephine Preston, deputy superintendent, a complete list of the poems that were taught during the month of February and the num ber of pupils enrolled and the names of •hose who had neither been absent nor tardy. The list follows: District No. Abbot school—Songs taught during the month, "Hymn of Washington's Birthday;" poems ♦ aught. Nathan Hale. "Three Golden Gates:" quotations from Washington tnd Lincoln: number enrolled during the month. 25: pupils neither tardy nor absent, Dora Jansen, Minnie Jansen, Teana Scheider, Edgar Strauss. Ervin Mi ley, William Schaffer, Ira Smith, Kline.- Hitler, John Coyle. Verne Dres ser, Herman Strauss. o. O. HARGETT, Grammar Teacher. Song tau...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

0N T HE STOOL OF REPENTANCE * where the man win find himseif Jmwfm\ljfc\ that takes his Unen to any laundry the Walla Walla Steam Laundry. ■ y ° Ur CoEScience doQ,t Prick you Gggf y ° Ur collars and cufl s may, and make V vJ} V ° U appreciate the smooth edges, soft l^ : Wl uUttoll - nol es and exquisite color and 1/ J \l\ yST finish that you can always rely on re- jj| ceiving from the Walla Walla Steam STEEL TRUST FACES HARD FACT r nqs 0 f Big Corporation Decreases in Last Year $24,137,611. yeW FORK, March 15. —By means f me cuts in the pay of its employes ti v refusing to pay any dividends , ; |lions of common stock held . .a || vestors all over the coun billion dollar steel trust, or bj .i P. Morgan with such rs ago, has announced with ereat satisfaction that it had "re expenses in the last year $2,- --i, admits reluctantly that its net - for in" year just ended have • K rand total of its net earnings f or tii" year, the majority of wnlch went into the pockets of the holders 0 f t...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 15 March 1904

v£v» i£ssi is; ;i Pj PATRONIZE !» *<- PI? t.'.; jl.elax's I • 1 Jb airi% I General Banking | -:' ALSO §1 *J m A'" : : Savings Department |ju -*--'-"• 4 per cent. Interest Paid 1 suppose." said tho suitor, "when y..'t» recall what a handsome man your ffa-jfl husband was you wouldn't con .«=.<(*.'r me for .1 minute." "Oh, yes, I .$ iiiii." replied Ui'- pretty widow, "but ? wouldn't consider you for a second." Mr. -X That girl keeps Brgeting around ail the time. Why doesn't she "Hfr.r, still? His Wife-She can't. There a mirror on each side of her. Every Little Helps BUT v/hy not get it ALL IN ONE SANIPURE? nanvtains all the nourishing finalities •«*.*! to successfully feed an infant. Km other food needed. SANIPURE ■ *r.ies the digestive organs and pro lows restful sleep. MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS and THANKFUL ■OTHERS recommend it. Try it and ■?>•. convinced. aali .- on family doctor about it. Prepared by Sanitas Condensed Milk Company Seattle and Kent. Washington •-I.' SALE BY A...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

THE EVENING STATESMAN. . -ME XXX. HORRIBLE TORTURES Atrocities Committed By African Rebels. GtRftWN COLONISTS THE VICTIMS , E d Off. Eyes Poked Out. Bodies Cut Ooen and Vital Organs Removed. . • HAS March 16.—Letters from _ ~-vivors »f the atrocities l>y rebellious H,,,ieros Herman Africa received »i\e details of unprintable in ■~s ~.,! tortures |»erpetrated by |,iat ks. Hundreds et' whites were ~;,,! tortured mail death re .,| them from theit agony. Their . lis were chopped "if. their eyes lio.j s i tit open and P. vital organs removed. Women mv il t ' fees head dovvn leath. Parents tel» the muilation Es •• to Hang for Murder. I'L v KIM li.!.'!■:. Cal.. March IK.— i v-er.li. : i.f mil!,!.-! j u th.- first degree ■ • 'ier< the W.uml case this John Wt mil. is one of the The Carpet one Rug Season Is at the Door < j We have on display more than 6,500 YARDS ot Ingrain Carpets j alone, comprising over SIXTY-FIVE DIFFERENT PATTERNS. i 40c to $1.10 the Yard, Sewed Free GROCERY DEP...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

Northwest News MORMON PERIL FELT IN WEST. How Church Is Extending Influence All Through, the Coast States. SEATTLE, March 16.- Mormonism is by no means confined to Utah, but is rapidly and by most insidious methods extending its influence through Idaho, eastern < >regon, parts of Montana nun is endeavoring to g;iin a foothold in eastern Washington. So quietly but energetically have the emissaries of the Mormon church worked among their neighbors that their power outside the borders of their own state is great enough to give them the balance of powei in many counties, and even throughout one whole state, yet «iti z*-ns of the country at large know al most nothing of it. The Mormons ot Idaho control practically every election. They are not yet in sufllcieiil majority to elect men to office against all opposition, but their leaders are crafty and play the different patties against each other ■with stall adroitness that the Mormon Vote is courted, and men favorable to the Latter D...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

KEY RULINGS MADE WALLA WALLA AND BLUESTEM WHEAT TO BE RECOGNIZED AT SAN FRANCISCO. Callforn a Market Now Taking What .. wheat Can Be Sold From Washington Ports. ~, i rulings of the San exchy »ge trading by the , men may be trans ,•( to the California f ,„( that the San Fran ,,-kH will hereafter recognize ... in ,j blues tern w heat for ~-t, sum. thing which ibited in tiie past and I nrevented northwest specu ,, participating in the Cali , ~ <t ;I ,« asserted. California hut li--.a. virtually under the ,i ~{ r\vo "i tin-" men. The peop le is not big enough to get away . ~ o tot under the tailings in imlv California wheat could be , (M j on contracts Since the crop ft California is small, it was a matter little effort to capture it. if need be. I 11, d shake down the shorts. It is claim- I .-. ihout is mtlt'fa chan<'e for specula on general market conditions ex it as there is in a brace roulette \ s a result northwest wheat 3 , ~„ ~t ~ speculative turn of mind 1 f.,- .- . a-nine...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

The Evening Statesman • Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office, No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by mail) in , advance ** 00 Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 65 One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in these columns daily i furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE, and Is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. tc insure insertion in the issue of ever date. WEATHER. Tonight and Thursday fair. F< »R I' l 'I.ITICA L EFFECT. Th-- revival of tin- Sunday . losing question in Walla Walla is only a transparent effort to play politics to the galleries prior to the . ity election. At last night's meeting of the city Council an attempt was made to pat Chief of Police Jerry Brown in a hol...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

. ,oWLEDGES RECEIPT OF ~ E C |TV COUNCIL'S CON .-TULATORY TELEGRAM. Ankeny Also Write* a Letter - , n king the City Officials for Then- Appreciation. rtte'ly alter the city council ,ened last •■■•th* :lllu before any vas called Mayor Hunt asked . c lerk to read two letters that .... ,„i from Washington re ,„ the retention <>t Port Waila ~ ,v , s from Senator An na the ..ther from the war de- From General Chaffee. Washington, March 7. 1904. ...,,. < l am directed by Lieu i;,.neial «'haft'ee to acknowl ls< ..... ..: ~i the kind telegram of • .. : -. t him by yourself and ,„ .< i,f the city council, in \: s thanks for the or |.'ort Walla Walla on the The general wishes me to express St , ~f •r|-atitication that the ac a •(„ i) iiartineiit in this matter, ~] us careful judgment and terests of in- ser ilol'LTON, Private Secretary. 1 I* »\ i,i 1.1 .KltT lIlr'NT. Mayor, Wash." From Renatca AoUeny i : . • tli pleasure your y..ui i ■ rk.Jt of th- successful fortui it. in sei v...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

Amusements Blanche Walsh In "Resur-ection." Thus- and then number will be Uni ted oab b3 the capacity of the tbea —r. mm» are going to see Blanche Walsh in "Resurrection*' may as well . ir . prepared foi a lew shoek.s as well sms number of thrills. The story .>f the play throws an X-ray light on thai phase ol the sexual problem which Few of ! he so-called reformers have mm* the courage to tackle. There are I kings aboul which none hut a Tolstoy s >, r ,, nough t>. ttdl th' 1 truth, and •hf'-e phases of character and rer ; hie studies which are never por trayed on 'he stage with an> fidelity -v H hy artists who have both the , *urage 11 ii the genius of a Blanche Walsh. It is said no greater transition has been presented in any play in tr.ns than occurs in "Resurrection.*" It"n>m th" rural joyful scenes of th*' prologue and the humor of the jury -f,. M ,.. to the intense tragedy and deg adalion of tbe prison episode, the au }M»ncv is said to experience a mental > &g...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

0N T HE STOOL OF REPENTANCE * where the mac will find himaeli J m tliat take s bis linen to any iaundrv / Walla Walla Steam Lau:idr>. CM jHfi&L\ \ w >* o ur conscience don't prick yen 50Ur collars aiia cuffs ma y. and mau " 2- ,' \ftf ■ I'// IV \ YOU appreciate the smooth edges, sof; uutton-holes asd exquisite color ace ~'^--"/ /fm V J finish that, you can always rely on re * \ Vjj ceiving from the Walla Walla Steam N ,' ; \.\ J/[ L*undry. WANTS ANDY IN FEDERATION I c vie (Tecierntion Has Difficulty In Find- Lra''ei Like Late Senator. vp;\V yi iRK, March 16.—Andrew .... t „ 5.1, ,• . d Seii* tor Han i of the Ci\'ic federation persuaded t<» accept ttw , > Strauss will give a dinner ■ k Among his guests will be ,* most prominent labor It ... ,nd , apitalists in the country, I s~, t he federation. Andrew ■ ;.; i .. ti,.. only guest not en • „ r k. So far ho has de ls i ; take any active part in it. ■ * t . know whether he will ... ~i the leadership and they re v . . mat...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 16 March 1904

g PATRONIZE B *"<J* rP ; 7SP jat :::: g General Banking Eg] 1 j ALSO ffl t : :: Savings Department lU\ 4 per ent. Interest Paid .;;:; DEALINGS IN DIRT. v \, n,e counts auditor's office today «Im> following transfers of real es mOm ■' ere recorded: Man :v,i|i •isii-i and wife to Emillie Stouter, lots ;.. ii. 7. 8, ». 10. 11. 12. 13, lv >; ~ ,| 1« of block 46: also lots L ■j. X i ... 16. 17. is. lit and 20 of Mors 4- ~• i.v-:: m 'ii. View addition to the ~.) Walla Walla: $75*. JLm i- Isaax s .>t al to the H. P. Isaacs •Tympany, all of lot 13 in ok* k :;. of 15...... 8 addition to the < ity of Walla Waiki. *1 I.Ml*)t AIMERS l!S WAILA WALLA BJBcri Howe Will Make This City His Future Home. Mr. ,' Howe, representing the Pio bjo*** ISook Kinder) and Printing com pw •. n ived in Walla Walla this j»>.v--.; i; from Tacoma, ami has ostno li,iyv-i his headquarters in this « ity. Mr. W is well known In Walla Wal- Bi 1,-1 v ts 1 resident of the city about X yi s ago For Sale C'l...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 17 March 1904

* VOLUME XXXI. SECY TAFT IS GALLED He Advises House Committee on Philippines. WOULD ABOLISH SHIP TONNAGE TAX v b |i ev es That Railroads in Philip pines Should Be Built by private Enterprise. WASHINGTON. March 17. —Secre- v Taft l>ef<»re the house committee insular affairs today discussed the hill authorizi g the Philippine He ap i (ivfil the suggestion that the maxi salar- •. ,s - $10, He fa forinity of ni< mi ements as i .s«ar> i 1 the • nforeement of min us. H. s il an additonal ige law so • ••••:i!'f ates in denomi the I trgesl hi pesos. t-nt lo He also asked for a > [>eal or modify the ' g< i «c "ssels i oming into X M so is ... encourage U h from other !• on i ..pa.dty in \ The Carpet and Rug Season Is at the Door We have on display more than 6,500 YARDS of Ingrain Carpets c. comprising over SIXTY-FIVE DIFFERENT PATTERNS. 40c to $1.10 the Yard, Sewed Free GROCERY DEPARTMENT FRESH EGGS FANCY NAVEL 20c ORANGES per dozen 20c per doz. TO-DAY TO-DAY Motter-Whee...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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