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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 January 1903

f HQIESTEO WHEN HE -^r TOOK lUdATED *0. 31 . ^Continued from rim page).been In tih'e service of the Norfolk I* - . *nd . Wee tern fourteen years, anil " . \ had-been in several wrecks. A pecu[j,V liar'fact being that' he was In a very aerious freight wreok, In which BnB?,;gin'eer Steger was killed live years ago, at almost the identical spot that he lost hia life Saturday, This seems to be i<' . a fatal piece of track, as it will be remembered the terrible Thaxton disaster occurred near there-, also the freight wreck in which Mr. Myers had euoh a narrow escape, the wreck of No.4 Saturday and lastly the freight wreck Sunday night, which happened only about a hundred yards from the scene of No. 4's mishap. u is luipoestoie 10 nsiTTwin positively Che cause of the explosion In I which Mr. Myers was killed.'but It Is thought uhnt H was due to the engine, \ No. 1. one of tho old type having been In the service of the company twentytwo years, being entirely played out. and not c...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 January 1903

' LORD BBRESFORD TALKS ABOLT IS p- > The British Admiral Admires Wcr--- Americans' Administra-_ tive Abilities. To Get Pointers -Hopes to Gain Much Information Which Will Benefit His Es?'" . . Courtrymen. l?on<lon. dan. " The North (britum Lloyd steamer Kuisertn Maria Tl>? r.-*a which is to sail from Bremen tvSlav f. i and from Southampton tomorrow. will take among her i>a--vsei?ger.s Admiral ' lx>nl (Varies- IU resford. There is no p". truth in the report that tin* -admiral ~ is to take a position with the Ipyrnutiomil Mercantile Mariue Company. Lord Berewford said to a reprtvxn- . K'... ; latlve of the Associated Prixa; "1 am going to Atni rica 1 wraith I | have some private business t<? attend i to. It has nothing: to do w.;h the I fA., shipping combine. If the Morgan* h:u! j . p;ti?l mb-thc obmpl.ncnt of off-ving me j something in "that eontoV fton, \\ h>ch K*> " they have not. i should hnvi ...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 January 1903

i Conning away pvfrom. runaway . "ir -? Passenger Train Make ThrillIng Race to Avoid RearEnd Collision. Light Engiiic Runs Out of Tunncl and Crashes Into Passenger. Both Firemen Killed. Engineers Hurt. * v- ** v ' ?t' Wilkcsfoarre. l*a..'Jan. 3.?There wa* I " " a thrilliriK fare on the Wilk,es,h?rre and Eastern railroad today in an attempt 4 to avoiil a collision. A freight car loaded with ties ran away on the steep grade at Vatesville. The passenger train fur Wilkosbarre had jnst lilt the ' station-^ The flagman heard the noise > of the oncoming runaway car and the ? engineer was signaled to put on ull speed. The engine driver pelltM the ? throttle. but the freight car continued -I- to gain on the passenger train. - Seeing that a collision was Inevitable, the passengers from the rear cur wen hurried into the front car. At K'lneytown, three miles front here, the runaway car crashed Into the rear passen' ? ger coach, derailing it and also throwing the froiglt> c...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 January 1903

^ Put livei^thlD^ in the laundry bag. !?on't hold anything |H&:' tack luvatuse you fear it may 1h> in- i HrT,f Jnret iu the wash. Th" ??'ak'?t and j owl dtL'.eate urt-I le* pass th.outrh E* our hands without mutilation. I RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY KiY' does nil work wo'l. To do anything f badly woukl injure the reputation we I S enjoy. WTS. and J. B. GREENWAY ( It Is quite an casv matter to decide { m .. Why we are. selling more Hearers and BC-. ' COok StoVes than our ncighlwrs. an I j you will see at a glance when you j C compare our prices. We have an el*- I ?- : ? gan supply of eight-day bickel alarm clocks, and furniture for the rich and the poor, tlome Christmas Toys at half E price. Anionns Kaitting Yarn to beat Sj? the band. Come and see us. jy . W. S. Green way & Son's i;. _ General Auctioneers and Dealers. impii lyV r j?=K? (b. b/ I.HE reliable Plumber See r him: he will tell you of the importance of having the best i aj Kv' Plumbing at lowest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

k, ; /^/4 ~~" /^T ' "^1 | ?l)c Qfretttng News. 1 VOL 6, NO. 55: ~ v ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6. 1903. PRICE 1 CEKT " 1 ' ' ' 1 ~ i. 1.1 . ,. .ii 1 1 1 f: ;j Now You , i; |v i: Need Them H u Now is the time for Win- \\ ter Laprobes. . < i a 6 -4k o ^ We have them < .> J ; Our Horse Blankets are HjH ; ; veiy seasonable.. *\ * . * ; We invite your inspec- * | I 1 tion. _ ) ' A few handsome Carving H: * Sm < k Sets lfft over, suitable for .< H .. < New Year's gifts. <> j._ .< | Greatly reduced prices. <> ~ _ m:- p FAIRFAX S JiLL, I; - Tli Hardvart Hnstlirs, I * OS. JeffeksOX St. * J! jt^ Wc Have The Finest Line of Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, H Figs, Dates, Candies, Grapes, L. ' L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in the City and priees the lowest. Come in and see I us. L HUNTER & CO. |F THE QROCER8. Cor. Salem ava. and Commerce SL * I WEDDING L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

If reconvened K Question Comes Up in 22 Senate-Lodge Wishes Removed. L ^- "^Sleclc, of Indiana, in "Colloquy With I Hay, of Virginia, Rakes Roosevelt, Saying He's Subject to Petticoat Army Rule. , Washington. Jan. 5.?When the Sc.iit reconvened today, after the liolid../ eoess, few senators were absent A! nost Immediately a discussion t?ga.: egarding the coal situation. Mr. I.o.lg. irefacedhis introduction of a bill so tending for ninety days the duty .1 oal, with the statement that m V< w England there was nun h distre.-s owi.itt 0. the .scarcity of coal and that un4*^..? ellef was afforded at once a nmn!>* >f factories would haw to shut down ie wai aware, he said, that such a h.', hould originate in the Ho'use or Rep esentativos, but it was his desire t all the attention of the finance .on littee to the state of affairs. Mr. Culberson-followed with a rpso trtion providing for the removal o hejduty.on anthracite coal, and asked or it* immediate consi...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

. r.. N. & W. RAILWAY COMPANY. Lr y . ?? ?% 4- Earnings and Expenses (or Honth ' of November, $02. Miles operated, . '... 170/ ? ~t EARNINGS. ' Passenger, Mall" and Exprosa $ "24V241 02 ff- ? Freight ...... 3 WU.TSti 91 Total Earnings 11 .027 03 - OPERATING EXPENSES. Maintenance of -Way and Structures $ 911.351 95 Maintenance of Equipment.. 279.SM 53 Conducting Transportation. 49 2 .*510 34 General Expenses, lncludi.... T?w,ko 71 f|07. r.7 Tomt-Expenses .'..$1,061,675 39 Net Earning a $,">67,152 51 Deduct Fixed Charges, etc. 212.940 00 iSurptus $35 i.412 54 l^voportion of Bxj?enne? to 4 * Cii:(xp< Earning* 6.x per cent. ROOSEVELT'S CONFIDENCE In Cuban Reciprocity Has Not *? - fL.l !_ AI I A automate ror i-nneu nuin wiumi. Boles Penrlse. of Philadelphia, will be accorded the honor and the election will' follow at separate meeting)* of the two bodies on January 20. and with a Joint session on-the following day. FOR Dirr OOODS. fr CLEARANCE SALE. Hambu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

|The Even f- PUBLISHED EVERY I , - Roanoke No J&|SE SSfr;;::::;;;: p?& jgf^v;? both ph( KrnilNRI Office . p; ESHoriol Rooms E r TifB WEATHER- For Vtrg'nia ~ A GREAT N HB' There is now pending before the YirE.ft K'nia legislature a bill which should h. ?' hAve ?he sanction of every citizen of' the state and which. Hhould it become Kf; r. ? a law and be rigidly-enforced. we are Ei. inclined to the belief would revolu g tloniio elections in this state. The ob- | p? Ject of the bill Is the insuring of purSi Hy n election#, to prevent the purK chase of ballots and the sale; of the |F ... fame- There la a law of this nature j E'l_ .trhieh "baa long been in existence In : R 'England, and which la rigidly'enforc-| E& 'ed. As a resxilt. there la no country rj"V~ 'in the world wb+eh^ enjoys such parity ] In elections. The bill .provides that F ao candidate for oongrrss-^r any state Kc?county, district or municipal oflVe shall i . ccrrrtrpfty expend, pay. pr...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

- r . I _ FOOTOGHT GLEAMS j Dan -Darlelgh. the clever charjicterT comnlian, who will Uy^teen at the Academy of Music Thursday. has an enviable J repi-t:KJon hs an ftrtW 111 riira! roles, \ is out again (his season Lu the farm life comedy. "Old 81 Stebblns," r. play _ that appeals to every thcatre-^uinR , class. Its success thus far has been a!- ( most phenomenal, and the comwty bids fair to "be even more successful. There " Is nut a dry or prosy spot in the entire , toniHily, and -the audience Is kept on < ' the qui vlve to know -what, will hap- | pen next Mr. Dartelgh portrays the paVt of "81 Stebblns.and around him he has a Jtim-pany of high-class actors >< and' a tresses. There have been many | rural comedies presented. 'but none has , proven more of a success than "Old , Si Siebhiiui." visit to Itoston a! mow; an aumence into convulsions. 1 * but he extricates himself from his en- | tanglen.ent and returns home ar sad- ] der. but wiser farmer. Th...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

BE ' ^SO^OIERS COMPLIMENTED & Sultin of Bacolod Uy Th?y Are ^ 1 "Swine Who'Eflt Swine." . . Washington, Jan. 5.?"Swine who eat ) - ivloe" Is thelatest oopiplliuent tender?f1 Aw??ric?n soldiers In Mindanao t>.KT 2.' ~ the sultan of Bar?4od anil T5e pariadiin. gan'ofthat place. These two-HllpltPi K&L_r " >"br?Tes" of the y?r?i tribe have cans, d . the American tit?ops no little annoylp^. _afice since the occupation, by their " Kuerrtalla warfare. ; The following is an example of ti e Ik- ' - - In the last Philippine maiU. it was sent , to the American officers in Mindaono 1. layering the impriatur of the sultan amp BgW \ the panadwngan of Mac >loi|: ~ "We want wai it you do not get out fit hexe and go hack tr> the sea,"bo*-aim ? noLther the[V>uItan of Bucotnd nor tie pan;idtinaaii wants to be your friend. Within this month wo wan: he ,w o to ft begin."hint if yrw j!o not w.rw Ft are a lot of cowardly rascal...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

ETO ENFORCE ; ! V THE BLOCKADE England and Germany fame to an Understanding Pour Days Ago. The Prizes Were Towed to Los Roqucs by Two Warships, Where They Remained Under Gpard. Berlin, Jan. 3.?Groat Britain and Germany caino to an undemanding fotir days .ifa> to enforce the blockade of the Venc^ielan coast precisely as though the negotiations for arbitrations were not going on. It was doubtless In consequence of this understanding that the' vessels at Porto Cabollo were taken. Commodore Sohedt r telegraphs . 'that the Germans on Saturday seized fifteen large Venezuelan sailing vessels at PortoT'abello. The prizes were ? ^owed liy the warships Stock and Rcstaorftdor to lae.i Roqnoti w.here fhry remain under guard. Otherwise there have been no developments at Porto Oabello. . " i The official view here is that the blockad4:ig commanders acted quite in accordance with their instruction. The allied governments' determination appears to 'be iliat. pending the signature -~qf rh...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 6 January 1903

Put Everything in the lacndry barg.. : r>on't hold anything Hrta&ck becans yqti f< ar !t may l>e in yjurtti Hi the wash. The weakest and g/vtm&l xtelSc-jtc articles . pass through R' our hands witho.i: mutilation. K'f; RADFORD IP STEAM LAUNDRY HP?. does ail work uth. 'to dir anything badly would injure the refutation we enjoy. !-*.$?bd J. B. GREENWAY _... It Is quite an easy matter to decide' *h< we are selling n:ore Heaters and j Cook Stoves th?n our neighbors, and you will see at a glanee when you j compare our prices. We have an el->-> gan supply of eight-day nickel alarm j clocks, and furniture for the rich and | the poor. Some Christmas Toys at hn'f \ price. Amonns Knitting Yarn to be s" the band. Come and see us. W. S. Greenway & Son's ... General Auctioneers and Dealers. A. J KBHNARD ' j The relive Ptamber him; he will tell you of the\ RrL- TV?^ ' importance of having-the bea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

gfic ffocrtteg ?gea>g. ^1 > -~ VOL. G, NO. "><>. . ' ' ROANOKE, VA., \VP:nNKSD^^EVENlNG. .TANI AKY 7.19(137 " i>"mnia Hi Now You ;; . _ !i Need Them ] * How is the time for \Vin- J [ i ~ * J * < tor 1-uprobeB. < o We havojhein o 4 ^ < "l i < very seasonable. < We invite your inspec- <> 3 3 tion. , 33 *> A few handsome Carving 3? < 3 Sets* left over, suitable for 3I ' -.33 New. Year's gifts. 3! o o 3 3 Greatly reduced prices. 33 3 3. ..-33 \\ FAIRFAX & BELL, \\ 33 The Hardware Hustlerr, '\\ t * .* '_ *1 3 3' 0 S. jkkkkkson St. 31 - I?. ..... v...n We Have The Finest Line of. Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Figs, Datos, Candies, Grapes, L. L. Raisins and "Cranberries to be found in the City and prices the lowest. Come in and see us. HUNTER & CO. THE GROCERS. _ ? Cor. 9al?m are. and Commerce 8L & ...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

MRpmroorT mx f lafnas Cannot Billing to tho - Clutch md <i Call-Walks Atlantic City. X. J., Jan. ".- No nejtro i " I' ?U a pood church member ami take < Mr." part Ja cake-walks. *? thg ^ru-)n*!i>p .if I \e^TO ( BpalltirUl Union of Atlantic U'tyTI Jr Br arhloh net jeeterday and declared that SR. "the pern icons Influences of cake-walk & eb\- ||>g la demoralizing to thq race." A gT IV minister* also , denounced tlie practice of members of the race b.:nc married in public places as a perte:-i pr Slon of the sanctity of marriage- and a UjnJU R! f:Card-playing anil dancing *rc :i!fo ; fo' classed among the amusements wtmii J ?t' are demoralizing to-church and p ?>- | " pWpfc?rtn? m\Ill3tcrs (jTvirtrrt Trmv .-V j K-; for the regeneration of the ra !>> i [ securing pledges to abstain iro'm these If aamisraxienis ?nii prn.-nu* CARRJL&D away oa hi:. K. Altoona. Pa.. Jan. 7. ? Standing &am...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

... 11 I ? J MISS KATfc SMITH'S DEATH. ijr; ' , i . Vy . Demise ot a Well Known Edifeator ^ . " - ? in Floyd County. *2 V ?.rv5". , '* KJiyJ. \X Jan. 6.?Mian Kate Smith, who nij3r^Ji~Sinipson'fi.-in thin county. ?UUjU Kri'Jay night only three day >> llltT*?ssr'* ith j)ii< iuli6Ula.?WWgL Smith was a .native of Salem. Mans. IWoro* ihe war Misyrs Ann Maria and K1?en Mtuktrt. slsit'i s or rtm itwj..-.rn, -rmr*" ducted a school for young Indies in Rt< Iwidnid. and knew Kdgttr Allen l'oe .of whom they oftrti .tfpoke "after the : <umt' to (Uiti eouuty. -While in Kicuniond Miss Kilen Smith married ? _ . young Creek named Stiects. who was In this <^nintry preparing himself for missionary works in South Africa,where . - she lalxtrcd fi>r Mass.; as a-missionary to Cape Town, year or two, until h? c health save way., being ?tricki-n down with t)u< terfilie itve-r of that land. Kin1 IN-Ulrneii lt^ro. hut "nev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

B.P* ' " PUBLISHED EVERY ( K Roanok* N? "RATES yyyyy.yy . ...v.T Bp^;- THB WKATHKH?For Virginia: OPPOSITION TO TT W Tkf Richmond Dispatr h m)\is he ; (oliovine reference to the C bj Democratic primary plan: ,The outlook for the repeal or materm ,al amendment of the Democratic priKS'vmary plan for nominating candidates F | promises to become a live issue duringHL the year. As recently shown by the J Pi Dispatch, there is considerable 'indisIB^iuIaed opposition to the plan, chlefly HE:: An acoonnt of the evoensc imno-;ed tin Ilatps thereby. There are many besides the Tnembecv, -nr the lejr ? who fa\-or the repeal of th? and. In fact, nearly every mar. I now. or anticipates being herein aspirant #or office Is against iu >net ftobert Catlett. of I^xlngton. ias been, in the city several day.tlncse. last night. in con ver.?n lion i Dispatch reporter expressed 'the that the plan would be repealed, rat itThotild be. He regards IT as . """"V"' A STARTI Arthnr McDonald. a governmen...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

| -FOOTUGHT GLEAMS j TteaUi 1 entertainments ahd the I impression they make uponthe public are best attested try th < Uox office receipts. Accepting th's tart us a teRt of merit. tj> ruraTjilfty "Old Si SicWtlfVo"' i which appear^-at the Academy of Music tomorrow night. l? un assured success, for the season thus far has been phenomenal jone. The play appeal Is ' to air ci&sses of theatre-goers. telling a pure story of New 'England lite and introducing the true Yankee spi?i^. The ! fragrance of the soil is In every line, j Ldve poultry two trained pigs, a conipany catT and real corn shocks -Mire-1 among t-ho realistic props usct!. Pan Darleigh f*unu\s 1n an agreeable man- j Qer tho role of :si. and is surrounded ; by a company ctrpiible of pleasing '.he I . lover of the pastoral drama. V riutn- | ber of crt ?lltcpecbaltios?at* Uprq"Nluced during the [performance /^tFfid ' make good in every way. A notable . feature is the solo Imnd and orchestra t un...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

prsTORIESOF P / INTIMIDATION Recited by Witnesses Before Anthracite Coal Strike Commission. Mr, Mitchell's Cross-jFxamination of ,| K'jgi: C Witness was Feature of YestcrRt day's Session Chairman _ Gt&Y Surprised. |iioy?i| in ,Vn! ?!:< . >m! in. rSiri*'* CO ill HI smuii in . > in? i i""> . jit it s ?-it\ today and i I ihf ?? tola tales of perse 'i: ion they and others underwent during the late iim! sinko iwrauso they chose to work rather than i Join the striker* The single . x. .iu- j (ion was Charles IJ. Schu?lt. of Scran- j ton. the trbf-rtff-r?f d^tr k itft."I roiir.ty" and his presence mt .tin* stand. t> 11 <It*?* iho 1 roRs-ox.?a?in.u ion <>f t'resident | John Mitchell. of -In* in inn*.- unio;.. j prove<1 10 h*' t!to pr itt?.:j>a' fe.itnr. c : the day's ?proi ceding*. 5^'' The sh-eiilY Raid that In* .1 pro. I Vianiation shortly after the s?rik< wa...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

[OAR ATTACKS D. THE TRUSTS Is Speech Before Senate Yesterday Listened to With ? _ Much Interest. eathlees Silence in Chamber When Venerable Statesmen Spoke. Attorney-Gereral's Letter. Washington, Jan. ?The day in the jnate was eventful because "of a nutae speech by Senator Hoar on his bill nutating trustsand the attack Uy enator Vest on protected industries trough the operation of the Dinglcy iw. Senator Hoars utterances w-re atened to with marked attention. He ikt that nearly all thoughtful men in ila country arc agreed that some lc?Jatlon. State or national ought to lead 'for the r.g'ilattrnt and control of Jtat are called "trusts". nird ox larg t nounts of capital accumulated by iororations or artificial persons holding roperty and conducting bualw-i-s within individual liability. There was. he lWl, a gen'-ml frolli\g of insecurity Id alarm about the matter, and wc are ealing with a rehl peril and n<d wi*h fancied or imaginary danger. He rgued that if his bill should J...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 7 January 1903

yi. ^ ^ ^ " . bhv: . .our !;.! . !.<?:?! n.rtr *a* :?*?r. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRYdoc*- < '' ; k ? ; . : v'i badly *i i..i iiij :'( !?.- :: o.; ? en iu v IW. S. and J. B. GREENWAY . ' It Is quite an easy matt, r tn ?! < :>ia J why \v.> arc gelling n>n-e ll> n t ' Cook Stov# s. than our iwii'.at'.irsT a::! yon v.'11 ; at a g'ntve- vvh<:i y> : . com pari* or prl?v\?. \V>- ) . %< .iir?v--.f gan supply of ciytr-tlay. nit k< 1 a'fartn cloths. an?1 fnrnlt?nr" for the rich atil tl??* i>o .r. t\?nie t'hr'st'mps T >,' '* at half t price. Aninuns Kiti'ting Vara 4? the -ban'I t'omc dfin! see us. W! S. Greenway & Son's , UorH?ral Auctioneers ami Dealers. A J KEHNARU THE reliable Plumber See ' him; he will tell you of the. importance ofli.tvingTHe best , Plumbing at lowest prices. ?CAMPBELL' AVE., VV. ; ~ W.-t: SHIELDS & CO...

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