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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 December 1914

Weekly Bureau of Information for All Who Till the Soil or Are Interested in Making Homes AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT All tnqulrlrH nnd communication* nddrcnnrd to The <Tlmen-I)lnpntch' wtl) rrcclvf prompt attention. This department will appear each Monday, tind contribution* or ftuvgcNtlouN will be welcomed. Fact* for Farmers, Stock Breeders, Poaltry Raisers, Orchardists, Truckers and Gardeners?Queries and Answers' BRIEF NOTES THOUGHT OUT BY THE WAYSIDE The practice of getting rid of the poorest cows and putting good ones In their places looks mlphty cxpcnslve, but it Is not eo expensive as keeping them in the herd to drag down the profits of the better ones. The eilo Is a good Investment for tho rich farmer and a great blessing for the average dairyman who is striving to decrease the cost of the milk production. The woodpile ought to be growing dally now. Sawing wood in the summer time is a tough and useless job. In nearly every section where fruit growing is new, insects an...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 December 1914

pimmli ?me?-#i$pa!r!j 8ZXTT-POURTH YEAK >mittedly the best medium in 2?5.?OUTH POR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. rELEPHOMB YOUIl WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPaTCH 11 1 1 lUNOOLPIl l WANT An* rATE8. To ani.&'vs.jim&T AND FOUND tjk^v,ic.'l-1,S"hor-3808 offered for smooth hair Irish ffit* ..an^ur,l'K to nume of Jack jtnl "fco ?8B CPti ,",ounte<l collar and |len frV sir i VW r?r Wft8 2isre?:JL T2J""""" eturiT'oV,^ino l^t'ona asked. for " Oo,""?r iT' Borro1 horse and ton buei>v s?t HELP WANTED?Male &*{&?&%. %te,s??2S . puy ..W6"' steady work LomJ Ked for S?,n0rrn8 TSln<1 Pn??'*8 a. - Institution, Dept., lS^tDfi(.nJ'r lrc<1 n H 8' * ta nt ph ar^ loa-pjspntch. h ?00' car? !SvD' 1 ?THF Rn&s~^filKDi: ! MP ANY. CITY POIVTu P^Y??R Km-' jtt*l WANTED?Male and Fomale. In? ?/\I"er,can National Bank vi^T? rift Club, 'o^u'ns rDecerntber*28.*8tmaa HELP WANTED?Profe^onal ss'sais H;"? . ca...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 14 December 1914

TENANT Need not be hnij i !? 111 ????-? ?? It you make ui FINDINT, of tho Want A I 1 IV Ui W Vj r;nl?mn. . ; THE TIMES-DISPATGI RICHMOND MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1914 7he Glorious Reign of Santa Claus The popularity of Santa Claus goes back through the ages?his reign is brief but ever welcome?for it brings joy to every youngster and sober happiness and good cheer to all who are no longer children. So his arrival is acclaimed on all sides, and he bids Us, for at least once a year, to have kindly thoughts and do kindly deeds for the remeihbrance of home and friends/ What Will Old Santa Bring the Children? Come to our "Xmas Fair" and you'll see! This special Xmas Emporium is packed with various amusing and instructive items, such as Xmas Books, Dolls, Games, etc., and in the main building there are things practical and useful for those who cannot yet stand alone, up to those whose ideas and understanding have been developed. Now Whkt Would You Have Him Bring You? Perhaps you've found this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

\ gasss ; ? "V ' .-.,%-.,r,,T. f. ....^T,v/.:-VH-r^V'^vV'AVu' R SOCIETY NEWS city noil Htate (he beat etlluin lo all Virginia la E TIMES-DISPATCH 9 SHOPPING DAYS Are all that remnlti before Hi OrlMtmaM. Help other* ami (L yournelf by buying Karl jr. ^ THE TIMES-DISPATCH l>4th YEAR NUMBER 19,930. WILSON MAY ORDER ITHREATTO RETURN FIRE CARRIED OUT Probably Will Wait Another Day Before Taking Decisive Action. BOTH FACTIONS SEND REASSURING MESSAGES Gutierrez and Carranza Warn Their Forces Against Shooting Across Border. INSTIllCTIONK NOT HKCKIVKD Washington Ollicials Arc I'nable to Understand Delay in Oelivery at Naco. 1 WASHINGTON', December 14.?Although both Provisional President Gutierrez and General Carranza have assured the American government that their forces have been instructed to confine their lire to Mexican territory, nothing olllclal had been received late to-day to Indicate the receipt of such Instructions at Naco, Sonora. Olliclals here are unable to understand...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

French Report Shows Progress of Allies Along Ypres Carial kindred are pitted apralnst each other. There are several hundred thousand Poles In thu Russian ranks and severnl hundred thousand* more In the ranks of the Germans and Austrlans. GERMANS CLAIM GAIN IX XOHTHKIIN POLAND The Germans claim- a distinct grain In their position In Northern Poland, although they are not believed to he as near Warsaw as the report last week indicated. On the other hand, the Russians announced a strategic realignment of their forces, which strengthened their positions. In a late report to-night the Austrian:* announce that they have reoccupitd the important point of Dukla, north of the Carpathians, on a line south of l'rzemysl and Cracow, hut nearer to th" former, with the capture of 9,000 prisoners. The main issue in the eastern theatre, whethei the German and Austrian* armies will shake the Russian grip from the Przemysl and Cracow fortresses, remains unchanged. The day has shown no important develo...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

HoJkTESTIMONY fails J n tij SflVE J J. CAUDLE EBJ? she Saw Nottingham Sign BfCliock, but Jury Troves ' ? Skeptical. BTS YEAR IX PENITENTIARY ixperts Give Diverse Testimony on Authenticity of Signature to J?oOO Check, for Forgery of Which Defendant Is Convicted. Despite the combined efforts of his rotty young wife, a corps of hand- j 'rltlng experts and able counsel, to leiir him of the forgery chargo pre- j erred against him by the police, a nry in the Hustings Court yesterday, fter a trial of many hours, found J. ^r. Caudle polity of having forced the ami) of 11. W. Nottingham to a check or $500. Judge Richardson sentenced Im to serve a year In the penitentiary. The forgery, according to the police, /as committed on February 20. l'.ill. "audle on that date deposited to his redlt In the Central National Hank a heck for $!?00. drawn on the Mcrli.nits' National Uank, ami signed by Nottingham. The latter, who. It is lated. Is a former clerk of the Northmni.on County Circuit Court, was ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

(SPORTS MEETING NEXT WEEK TO RATIFY BASEBALL DEAL Uasebt\U Situation to He Thoroughly l)lsousse<l?Date anil Place to He Announced Later. STRONG LINE-VP PROMISED Veterans on Oriole Reserve List Form Nucleus for Winning Team. Colonel Ruppert Secures the New York Highlanders. Early next week there will bo a meeting of the loc*?l merchants ami others interested !n bringing the Raltfmorc Orioles to this city. The place and time of meeting has not been decided, tmt will l>o announced later this week. At the meeting. Jack 'Dunn, Kd Barrow. J. .1. Lannan and Connie Mack are expected to be the quests of honor, and each will say a few words about Richmond's new club. This was decided at a meeting held yesterday afternoon at Murphy's Hotel, when the different phases of the baseball situation were carefully gone Into. It was also decided to have President Boatwrlght call a meeting of the Virginia League dul> owners at noon next Tuesday, at which time Secretary B...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

ty SEND OUT HURRY >3S FOB SALESWOMEN DEBIT nr/-e?l Staffs Found Not Suflljflcnt to Caro for ClirlstUeri^ mas Kusli. I/Ol) WEATHER BRINGS TRADE Dine Unique and Ilcautiful as Well an rtilitarian <?ifts Are to He l''nuiiil in Ijocal Shops ? Busy Scenes on Streets. if the Oirlstmas weather man will 1st l?e kind for ten more davB, no ue w 111 niii.il i li ?? extra ti i; ? In the air; ut what woman will ever start on .? lopping tour through drizzle ami tin? With the best of intentions to ?diop early" this year, two-thirds of to Christinas buyer", who art the omen, of course, waited until last aturday to begin the campaign. Heads of ili?- t>i m: stores, who had htlosophh ally decided that Christmas piling would not he fiuite up to standrd this year. ?vi>r<* so rushed Saturday iiat the follow I m; items appeared In lie cointnin, <??f The Times-Dispatch uutfny morning: IKQl'lItli lite services of a numher of bright, active sal...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

l'HB TIMES, Founded 1889 TUB DISPATCH, Founded 1850 Published every day In the r**r by The TiiueaDispatch Publishing Company, Ine. Address nil communications to TlIB TlMEH-DISl'ATCH, Timea-Dlspatch Building, 10 South Tenth Street, Ulcliwend, Vn. TELEPHONE, RANDOLPH 1 Publication OIHce 10 South Tenth Street ?nuth Richmond 1UJMI Hull Street Petersburg; 100 North Sycnmore Street lOKebburj; !tl!i Kljjlith Street HASllHOOK. STORY A BROOKS, INC.. Special Advertising Representative*. Xrw York SOO Fifth Avenue PJillndclphia. Mutual Ufe Building ChicnKO People'* tins Building SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MA Hi One Six Three One TOSTAtiE PA in Year. Man. Mob. Mo. Dally nnd Sunday... .$8.00 ?3.00 91-60 8 .55 Dally only 4.00 2.00 1.00 .tlB Sunday only 2.00 l.OO .50 .25 By Tlmen-Dlipntch Carrier Delivery Service In Kli-hmoiid (nnd nuhurha) and Petcrsbnrgj Dally TFlth Sunday, one ircck 15 centn Daily without Sunday, one week 10 centn Sunday only 5 cents Enter**! Jauunry 27. 1005, nt Richmond, Va., nn sr...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

Household Interests :x> SOCIETY Personal Not e s DEBUTANTES MAKE THEIR BOW TO RICHMOND SOCIETY liirrman Club (ilvci llrllilnnt lOntrr- , (nlnmi'Ot In Jtfffrnuu Hotel lltillroowi. In a setting of palms, bay trees aiull luautitlcs of pink Mowers. thirteen, '"V?-lv young Klrl* mad? their bow to i':<shionublu society lust evening at tin: I initial dance of tho Richmond German1 i tub. Tho function took place in th<-| ballroom of the Jefferson Hotel, ami 411 orchestra played for the dancing. rile "III Mt Monday" belong distinctly J lo the debutantes, and the dunce is isiv<?u over entirely to them, all in- i tercnt being centred in them, their, frocks, their bouquets and their escorts. Tho Richmond Gorman Club is the oldest and most exclusive social organlzation in tlie city, and the names of tin beautiful women who have come and' gone at their balls havo made Inter-j est lug reading In more than one novel and story. The entertainments givenj by ...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

SUGGEST H LOCATION FOR JACKSON MONOMENT W'Mtrlew Land Company Offers Six-tecn-Acre Tract on Monument Avenue Kxtendod. MATTKK VV TO SlTlCOM.MITTKi: Proposed New Site Is Located at Libby Avenue, One Mile From Present Corporate Limits?Two Other Sites Considered. After hearing from Gfori;p Cole Scott fv.ru! Jonathan Brynn. of the Westview Land Company, who asked that the committee withhold action for the present on the petition asking that a site for the proposed Stonewall Jackson Monument he dedicated at the Boulevard and Monument Avenue. Die Council Committee on Streets yesterday afternoon referred the matter for report to a subcommittee composed of Councilman English. < hairman: Councilman Butler. and Aldermen Nelson aiul Puller On the docket of the committee was n petition from the "Stonewall" Jackson Monument Corporation, sinned by a committee from that organization composed of Kev. .lames Power Smith. r>. P., .Iudg>* <;eor?e 1.. Christia...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

ID SOLE SUPPORT OF 'ourteen-Yeur-OId Boy Loses Employment and Appeals to Associated Charities. >EMANDS FROM ALL QUARTERS 'arty of Well-Known Men Make First-Hand Investigation, and Are Amazed at Wunt und Poverty Their Trip Discloses. Contributions for the Associated Charities Eather Circle, St. Mark'* Church ? Mm. T. H. Ilulilutrd I*. S Boy Scout*. Troop \o. 0 2 SO 2 no 1 00 1 oo Received llrcemlirr 14...%, 0 SO 1'rertouiily acknowledged. . . . S31.1 OO Total received S3 JO BO Contribution* for relief of the unemployed of Richmond mar he *ent to The Tln?ei?-DI?pi?tch. They will he |irmn|i(lT iirkmiHlrdiKril, nnil will lie e.ipemlcd In relief of worthy individual*, without publicity. hut with clone nupervlxlou. All the woo and suffering which umari hearts endure aro to be seen the central building of the Assoiated Charities, and the lines of tragic vant are written deep Into the faces f those who come to ask for work for a bit of bread for a hungry hlld. Three women, who ar...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

SMALL BUYING PANIC SEN IN WALL STREET Activity on Floor of KvcIijiiikc Carrie* Prices I'pwards l>y Leaps and Hounds. COM MI TTKK MKKTS , HASTILY Clearlnn-Honse Is Swamped, and It Is Decided to Transfer Trading in j All Storks to I-'Ioor?Amalgamated Copper Leads Advance. m viian n am.. NEW YOIIK. December t? -There was < nn.t'1 i>n il< not i" s-?? 11. 1 ut to buy storks. In Wall Street to-day Three armies made " a Jntiitun those with and w lthout Mocks, those whd hail so!/.! .-tw k? witli the expectation of rebuylnp them at lower prices, ami the Ih'.ii> who were caught short In July anil never ha<l a chance to cover their commitments The combined buying of these three divisions Ravo a sweep to quotations *hat carried prices up l>y leaps and bounds. Kflorts to ?leal in stoins through the clear- ? ing-house absolutely svv.mped tlio facilities anil iiiised :i hasty meeting of the' committee of live, which de ii...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

SIXTY-FOURTH YEAH dmittedly the BEST MEDIUM IN THE SOUTH P*OR CLASSiriKD ADVERTISING., TKLKPHONE YOL'Il WANTS TO J TUB TIMES-DI8PaTCH A.NDOLPII 1 1 ha Nnoi.PH I rfWAKT AD. RATISS. AII.Y, one cent h word when paid in ad- ' vance. No a?ij. tuken for ieua limn w c?nta. V, one and on?-liii( cent* a word for ?ll classified nda. except Sltuutioun Wanted i it one cent i word No ud. tuJieu lor less inan lo c<?nt?. O A1>S. taken for iese than 2J renta when :liari|.;d or phoneil In. fnoned order* not ! guaranteed. Ciaedflcutluna not guaranteed 1 .<fl?r !>.>i i> j,| lAJ.t j ND I- OUMi ENVARD offered for smooth hair Irish terrlei, answering to name of Jack e?r ?t?. a silver mounted collar and etal No. 186. who. strayed or was > olen from bis 1-2 West Franklin |.rcct. Koturn to above uddreBH to aim reward. 00 reward, no quesTTons usked7 for i return of diamond pin lost October' <00 W? nt ilrace Street. OST, s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 15 December 1914

- ? ?*, -.y.^5 -s^y- /?? ? 1 I WANT TO Try a Kinnll Clas- ? Advertise* CCI I HI IT? nicnt la It us men.* OC.LL UU 1 . chances Column. THE TIMES-DISPATCH jRiriunonft Cime?-Pi?patctj RICHMOND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914. A STREET Which Way to Qo; a Classified SICIMTFII^ Ad Head Tells OIU1N 1-c.LLo where t0 Look THE TIMES-DISPATCH If "Dolly" Has Lost Its Head Don't throw it away, bring it here and get a new one! Think of the tiny hearts that will beat wildly with delight at the sight of their favorite Doll, once broken and discarded, but now restored to all its original loveliness?because it has found its head! WE HAVE HEADS FOR HOTII KID BODY AND JOINTED DOLLS, and we're confident we can lit one to your Doll. Bring it and see! These Heads are in perfect condition, in various sizes, with beautiful, lifelike eyes and natural hair. Various Prices, 25c to $1.89 Each Also Doll Shoes and Stockings. Ninas Fair?Six Street. Reduced Prices on Children's Coats! 2 to 6-Year Sizes BUY THAT COAT FO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

WANT AD PUBLICITY Put* your gunt for a altaatloa on aatrlctly bualncaa bn?lx rrhea you advertloe la THE TIMES-DISPATCH NUMBER 19,931 64th YEAR RICHMOND, VA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1914.?TWELVE PAGES 8 DAYS TO SHOP l ou Trill help thr mrrvhiuita and net ?rrvlv? If you SHO?? lOAItl.V. THE TIMES-DISPATCH TO-DAY'S WHATIIKIl FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS. SHOOTS HIS WIFE AFTERJUARREL R. L. Shclton Says He Was Driv- j eft Almost Insane by Nagging of Her Relatives. CONDITION IS PRECARIOUS Husband Arrested at BoardingHouse When About to Take His Own Life. K L. Shelton, 82!' Hayncs Avenue, Hrookland Park, late yesterday afternoon shot liIh wife, little, through the head, following a ciuarrel which took plnce In the dining-room of their home, before the eyes of hlu two small children. The man fired throe shots, the first two missing their mark, hut the third and laut ntiiklng Mrs. Slietlon .lust.below the right ear and passing through the face, making Its exit several inches below the left ear. The Ja...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

AlliesBegin Long-Expected Attempt to Advance inBelg superiority or mo enemy." this in a measure confirms accounts of a Russian victory. The Austrian* again have crossed the Carpathians, and according to their account, are driving the ltusslan left back toward the River San. This Austrian army, assisted hv Herman reinforcements. has undertaken to forco , the Russians to withdraw from In ! front of Cracow, and also to relieve j Przemysl Tlie Austrlans apparently ' have met with at least partial success | In the first project. JfOT VF.T flKro\KKKD KHUM S1SRVIAX SURPRISE i Their army In Servla. however, has ; not recovered from the surprise which ( the Servians nave It Just when they ; were thought to l>e beaten the Servians j turned on the invaders and drove j them westward and northward out of Servian territory. The only part of ' Servla remaining in Austrian hands is a small territory Including the towns i of Shabats and Losnitza. The Montenegrin army also is doing ; its s...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

MOUNT BUREAU IS NOW UP TO MHYOR AINSL1E tlourd of Aldermen Concurs in Ordinance Establishing New City Institution. L'RBAMKH URGED AS MANAGER ll''riends of Former Member of House Will Recommend His Appointment to Honrd of Five Which Will Direct Burcuu. i I , i The creation of a municipal employIment bureau, for almost a year the ?subject of debate and consideration Iby the Council and Its committees, was jlast night assured by the Hoard of Aldermen, which concurred unanimously In the passage of the ordinance, already approved by the Com'inoti Council, establishing such an InIfltltution. ? The ordinance creates an indopensdent board of five ? members, to be appointed by the Mayor without confirmation by tlie Council. This board, .it Is provided, shall organize within ,ten flays after the ordinance Is signed by the Mayor, and shall then clect a 'paid manager, who shall receive a 'salary of {1,500 a year. An allowance I of $U00 a year Is made for an assistant ? to the manager, and $000 ...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] PLAVERS HANDED A Kulta's Nine Demands Considered I'nfnir by Czar of Maseball and Magnate:. of Itoth Leagues. SALARIES .MICH TOO HIGH XOW ?If They Propose to Strike Let Them I)o So," Says American's Leader. Surli Action May Solve Many Problems for Club Owners. NEW YORK, Decern bor 15.?Han' Johnson, president of the American I League, admitted that '-he national commission had denied flatly to entertain favorably any one of nine demands pres. nted last week bv David L. Kultz, president of the Maseball Players' Fraternity. The refusal of the commission was based upon a line in keeping with the recent policies of economy indorsed by both the Na-: .tlonal nnd American Leagues Johnson declared that the tw o most important concessions demanded bv the union would have imposed unfair financial burdens. Fultz and his board ofi dlrectois, who, for the most part, ure stars of the two big; leagues, wi.-hed I organized baseball to bind its...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 16 December 1914

: PETERSBURG \> HSORDERLVCONDUCT !S REPORTED TO COURT 'ontempt Proceedings May Result Kroin Latest Tremble in Harrison Street Ihiptist C'liureli. jlUKVlCEa MADI-; IMPOSSIBLE iympathi/.ci-s of Tartte Faction Hoot i and Hiss When Attempts Arp Made i lo Pray or Sing, ami Place Is , Closed by Police. i I Special lo The Times-Dispatch.] I rKTKH.SllCKC. \'A. December IT..? (I'lie lawful deacons of the Harrison Htreet ?Colore?.l) Itapttsl (Church, representing Jllio antl-Tartte faction, to*1 ??>" made report to Judge J. F. West, j >f the disorderly proceedlugs at the '?bun h meeting last night, which lieI'essltated the closing of tho church by ; he police The conduct of rtome of j he opponents of the legally recognized |inti-Tartte faction was such as to Involve the question of contcmpt of the (?ourl's order restraining them from all interference with the recognized faction placed in possession anil control ??f the, church and Its affairs, and of jhls matte...

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