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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

i. C. C. DUE DECISION FED out sr spoonful; Some Dlsap|>olntnient Felt Because j No Immediate Bullishness ' Appears. FINDING HELPFUI* TO PRICKS General Opinion Is That Public Soon Will Realize Importance of Changed Attitude, and This Will Result in Increased Hn.ving Orders. BY IIROADAX WAM,. NEW TOHK. Drcfmbtr lfr.?To-dny'n stock market closed tlrtn. ufter an early nttack of the blue*, which threatened to carry prices of leading Issues down to the official i minimum The Interstate Commerce Commission's de- ! clslon on freight rates was fed to Wall Street : ever the new.- tickers. l).v the spoonful. The first dose stimulated prices carrying I'nion Pacific. Amalgamated nnd Steel up a point I each. Some (ilKappotntmvnt ?as ft It because no Immediate bullishness followed. an<l then prices sagged. Old-fashioned speculation, where operator* ! had one ear for news, one cur for she I idione nnd both eyes on the tape Is absent. | These were th? men that brought k re sulfS. and fashioned...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

liRirfnnonii QTuiiBS-fltepatdj SIXTY ?FOURTH VKAH ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THIS SOUTH FOR CI.ASS UMED ADVERTISING. rKI.KPIUJNE YOUll WANTS TO TUB TIMES-UISI'aTCII llAMlOLIMI 1 I IliMXII.l'll WANT A I). IIATMS. |>\M,Y. mio rout ? word when paid In i\d vance. No ad. taken for than 10 ctnu. j>UXI)AY, nnr and one-half ruit" a word for nl' cliiiwllled nd*. except Situations Wiiiited til ?nc cent a word. No ud. taken for lens than li rents. ><? ADS. taken for !r?M than 2-j rents wlien hurled or phoned In. i'lioued orders not Kuarnnteed. Chtsglflcatloaa nut guaranteed .ftei \f-.yj I'. M. LOST AND FOUND !100 reward, no questions asked. for return of diamond pin lost October TOO W't'.Ht tirace Street. |iOST. sorrel horse :<nd top Iiuxkj Sat urday night. Reward if returned to r"J I North Twentieth SI r? ? et. LOST, watch fob, with small locket, at J Second and Broad about 0 o'clock Iruesday evening.* I toward If returned |o 300 Chatnberiayno Avenue. Plionc ivlndison 1!701'...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 19 December 1914

THE NEWS -a" <" ? boars tho lru OF VIRGINIA pr0S8 of au" kjr v lAVjinia ihenticlty in : THE TIMES-DISPATCH Itidpnonft T? 1 1\/1 rwrri r-> * ^ RICHMOND. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 19141 TENANT Ncod not be hard if you muko ubo " ?r ~ UOU FI N DI N O of th0 Want Ad .CoIUUlllH. ? ? . THE TIMES-DISPATCH Special Notice! On Account of Numerous Requests, We Will Continue the 20'/o Reduction On All Standard Book. Sets! Cntil Christmas. Rasement. Give Silk HOSIERY Get the BEST at the Hosiery Store The ideal gift" for wife, daughter, sweetheart, friend. Silk Stockings are dignified, useful and al ways appreciated. We (the Hosiery Store of Richmond) sell only Silk Hosiery made by the world's best makers, whose years of experience has taught them to pro duce Silk Hosiery of quality that not only looks well, but wears well. All Hosiery for gift purposes boxed free. An Extia Value at $1 Per Pair Women's Pure Thread Silk Hose?Silk from top to toe?with colored tops of lavender, orange or white: sp...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

BEGIN THE WEEK RIGHT Uy placing an order for the dally delivery to your home or oittce of THE TIMES-DISPATCH READ THE WANT ADS Ther tell of opportunltlea for vrhlch you may have Urea look* lt?K? THE TIMES-DISPATCH 64th YEAR NUMBER 19,935. "to""?" CLOUDY PRICE F1VE CENTS FRANK CONTINUES ! HOT! FOR LIFE, Federal Court Judge Newman' Refuses Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. J APPEAL TAKEN BY LAWYERS Decision on Motion for Refer-; ence to U. S. Supreme Court to Be Given on Monday. ATLANTA, OA., December 19.?I.eo | M. Frank, condemned to be hanged on ! January 22 next for the murder here In April, 1913, of Mary I'hagan, j was refused a writ of habeas corpus . by Federal Judtce W. T. Newman here! to-day. A motion was Immediately j made by Frank's attorneys, requentlng j an appeal from to-day's derision to the 1 United States Supreme Court, and j Judge Newman announced he would; gl\'e a decision on this motion on Mon- . day. There was some confusion with re-j gard to the appeal, arid it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

three steamers previously reportod no having been destroyed. a mine sweeper, clearing the seas. was blown up to-day, and It Ih reported two other vessels met a like fate. This occurred whllo tho funeral# of the victims of the bom bardment at Scarborough and the llar tlepooln w#r? being held. While the motor section of the South African defense force Is gathering In the remainder of the scattered rebels, the main army Is forming on German South African frontier, where the ad vance guards are In touch. SBVKRAL GERMAN ATTACKS HKITI'SKl) MY HUSSIANS PBTROOUAD, December 19.?The fol lowing official communication was la sued to-night from general headquart ers: "On the right bank of tho Vistula (North Poland) there has been no change. An attempt by the enemy to proceed from the right bank of the Vistula near Dobreyn was repulsed by artillery fire. The enemy has been compelled to evacuate quickly an la land In the Vistula which we had oc cupied. We seized at this point sev eral pontoon brid...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

Cameo Brooches, $5.<10 to $12.50. Scarf Phis. $5.00 ones for $J!.05. Neck Chains for $1.00. Hat Pins, 3 to a card, $1.05. Hlrthstone La Vallleres, $.'J.08. CJold Kings, $12..">0 to $17.75. Cuff Buttons, 70c to $5.00. Solid Gold Jewelry Every pieco selected with skillful care. Diamond Set Jewelry of every kind. Many pretty designs. Prices are so very attrac tive they suit every purse. Here are a few suggestions: I'Igar Cutters, $1.05 to $5.00. Diamond Rings, $.'$.08 to $18.00. Gold Tie Clasps, $1.00 to $7.50. Diamond Set La Vallleres, $17.50. fJohl Beauty I'ins, $1.00 to $5.00. Lockets and Chains, $4.50 to $25. Main Floor. In Our Popular Jewelry Section Looking for inspiration? Then this Jewelry Section teems to overflowing with gift suggestions. Here are a few: The justly celebrated \V. B. Jewelry, comprising Bar I'ins, Cuff I'ins, La Vallleres, Bracelets, Collar Pins, Crescent Pins, Baby Pin Sots, all arc guaranteed for 5 years; choice of anv 25c, 50c and $1.00. German Silver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

RAILROAD LITIGATION MAY OPEN VAST FIELD jDape Fcnr and Yadkin Valley Case Likely to Lead Jo Many Other Suits. NO DEFINITE ACTION* TAKEN I Attorney-fJeneral Has Not Said What Disposition He Will Make of Re quest That Effort He Made to Annul Receivership Sale. rSpoolnl to The Times-Dispatch.] RALEIGH. N. C., December 19.? j There has conic as yet no arknowlcdg- | ment from United States Attorney- j General Gregory of the receipt of the | papers in the Cape Fear and ^ adUIn Valley Railway ease. and the recom- j mendatlon on th?~ part of Attorney General Biekett. of North Carolinn. that , the Federal Department of .Justice in- ' stltute suit for the annulment of the road in 1 and Its partition between i the Southern and Seaboard Air Lino in ; violation, it is alleged, of the order of ; the Federal court insistii'u that the sale be under stipulation that there be jio dismemberment, and of the Sherman antitrust act. The little discussion of 'he case heard tends toward the view that while ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

GOn WILL UNDERTAKE ' TD END BORDER TROUBLES: ilef of Staff of Army at Naco to Confer With Illval Mcxiran Lcuders. KACKFUL SOLUTION KXl?K( TKI? | eneral Hliss, Commanding; Amor- | Iran Patrol. Suggests Plan of Hct- I tlemcnt to Secretary of War Oar- j rlson?Terms Not Made Public. | ^ (Special to The Tlines-Dlspatch. | I WASHINGTON, Docotnbcr 19.?Gen- I ?nl Hugh Scott, chief of staff of t!?r? nltod States Army and tho President's >eclal representative to nettle the ouliles at Naco. Arizona, where tho exlcans have been continually flrtuvc ?rows tho linn, was expected to ar ve there to-night at & o'clock and ay confer first with General llill, who munnnds Carraiaa's troops in tho >wn. Tho way for conferences between enerals Scott, Hllsn, Hill and Maytor ?a ban been paved by Mr. Carothers. >eclal agent of Secretary of State ryan. Air. Carothers pot there first and re nted to tho State Department to-day mt General Maytorena had ordered is troops not to fire until a settlement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

# ?/ I Santa Claus's Musical Headquarters Thin Victroln nnd 12 Selections, $10.50.. Buy the Christmas Piano of Walter D. Moses & Co. and you will be entirely sure of getting three things: (1) a good, reliable instrument that will give a lifetime of satisfactory service; (2) a guarantee that protects you absolutely; (3) the utmost value for the sum invested. We are sole factory distributors in this section for the leading Pianos of the world?among them: Stein way Hardman Weber Kimball Steck Wheelock Standard Weser Haines Walter D. Moses & Co., Etc. And the only genuine Pianola Pianos. Lowest prices. Easy monthly payments. This Victroln nwl 22 Selections, $88.75. This Victroln nn<l 22 Selections, $48.75. This Victroln and 22 Seloctiona, $158.75. Victrola Specials for Christmas Th'e following 22 musical selections (11 Victor Double Faced Records) included, with Victrolas nt the priceB listed. 10 New Dances Ballln" the Jack?Fox Trot: Men* dowhrook?Fox Trot: By the Beauti ful ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

EASIER HOURS PROMISED llroad Street Mlll^ery, Department and Dry (ioodsHtoros Decide to Close *Eurly." ?Wllil/ ^ FACILITATE DELIVERY 'Early Closing' Movement Has (?allied til-eater foothold In Itlch . monil This Yew Than Ever Be fore?will Not *e Open at Night. tihopgiiiH in Htoi^H on llroad Street will not labor "aftf hours" nor work "over time" during; |1i?j Christmas holi days, for millinery,liry ?oo?1b and de partment stores '.jmploylng female "elfcrkH have close at <i o'clock S/duVim; Ilie holiday season. This tie lion lias been taMlt in order that ..sa{cs people, the ^livery forece, driv ers and horses msf K?t sufficient rent /111line the busy asisoii and to fae.M tate tin- prompt cHlvery of packages. Much lias been preached and writ ten about the outworked shopgirls durliiK 'he chrlstnas holidays, and year after year t,e leading stores of itiehiuonil have gradually shortened the hours. l-'or JJ long time many or the Idehmond stoi'H have closed early during the holidjr seaso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS M ON FORD HOTEL LOT Co-Operation Invited in Distribution of Stockings to Poor Children. AUTOMOBILES WILL BE NEICDKI) District- Chairmen to Receive Dona tions of Candy, Fruit und Toys With Which to Fill Stockings. Singers Invited to Join Choir. "Olad Tidings, olad Tidings." The I old refrain will ring: out Its messiigo from the throats of 1.500 young voices, in commemoration of the stable scene j upon the hills of Bethlehem on Christ- ! map Evo In the shadow of the big Christmas tree on the old Ford Hotel ! lot. The community Christmas tree cele bration promises to outshine the cf- ! forts of the past this year, and busy I committees are enthusiastic in declar ing that every child In Kichmond shall j have a Christmas stocking-. If they are I able to reach the children. To th's end ' they ask that any one 1(nowlng of a I "kildie"' who should have one, will > pUsse send Jin the 'name. The co-ope'ratlon of the business j men and Individuals is urrred by Mrs. | J. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

A\\\\uuvw///##///MUumvw///i\\\vv> Olhrr N(orrs May Cqual Our l'rloe*. Iiul Never Our Value*. Jewelry Specials Child's Sweaters |' Children's Heavy Sweaters, ?jj in all desirable colors; V J neclt; Rood tittlnif ?1zch; worth 51.50, special at Qf!n jJ only ,. ?j Children's Wool Sweaters, w. with hl?h collars, all wanted colorH; perfcot fitting; worth ^ j $1.69 gi' Weinberger's lid Floor. ^ j $4.75 Hnnlcutr and C'omlt nnd llrunh fltli at it UJk SkvIdk. Women's Silver Set, Comh IJrush and Mirror; actual $>>.50 valuo.. Women's Silver Manicure, Cornb, Brush and Mirror Com bination Set; very hund some; MS value. ?Ut5Q at T M?:n'a Silver Military Sets, two line Brushes and Comb; 55.30 values, at per pJQ het Extra Specials Women's Leather Hags, inanufaeturtrs' Samples; no two alike; gilt and silver l'ram"s; ore and two strap handles: values up to Cl."> o in the lot, each, SI.98 at Women's Neckwear, Tleauti lul Lace Collar and Cuff Sets; values up to $1.00 a set, specially priced,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

: DOCTORS COME TO AID OF ASSOCIATED CHARITIES -.-Jinlniivc Krcmi Kntertainment Fund Is (ilvcn to Poor of City. *jiotakv (lilt si:\ds sit?o l'at Met ic Appeal Come* From Man With Dependent Family?noth ing ami Shoes Are Needed Almost as Much as Food. Contributions for the Associated Charities <ilrl?' \ii\llliirv <>f (lie Hclle nrjaii Diiji \urMcry. S ."(? Of) C??h on >1 r*. M. I? I) ... (hi Stinrin} school 2 IO M. *. ? hi no t ?i?h ^ INI Hrerlinl Hceettilter Ml as la I'rei Iniiol? iicktinnli'ilKi'il -Ullt IMl Totnl rrcrlvnl #171 III ? iiii<rlliiili<ms for re)lof of the un rni|iloit'il or Iticlitiiond ninj lie Kent Jo Tlio Timr?-lllH|ititrli. Tlie} will l>o prompt I j ui'linoit I ed nod, mid III ho r\prndt'd In relief of worthy In <11 vMmiiIn, without publicity," Inil ?ltli cIojip K?i|ior\ImIoii. fi? addition to the money collected through The Tim-s-1 lispatch and ttirnod over to the treasurer of the association, tip- Assncin;. -.1 Charities yesterday .received ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

ROGERS URGES PURCHASE OF CLYDE LIKE WHARVES / * Thinks City Should Own Larger Strip of Its Water l?>ont. NEEDS FREIGHT COMPETITION Water-Borno Coiumerce In Hands of Old Dominion Steamship Company, Controlled by Railroads, Says Chairman of Committee. ?? "When the business interests of the city make known the necessity of pur chasing the olil Cllydo I^lho Wharf, the ?City Council will (icqulro the proporty," ,sald George W. Rogers, chairman of the City Dock, lUver and Harbor Com - ^inlttoo, last night. VTho Council has always, In my opinion, stood ready to carry out the wishes of the people, whenever they (lave been willing to forward and make them known." There are few men In Richmond who know the actual water conditions as Mr. Rogers. He has been chairman of the important Cou,lc'l committee for several yearn, and haH always taken an active part hi its deliberations. He has made a careful study of local con ditions, and -has attended a number of big waterways meetings, where he ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

COME SOUTH, IS THE GHY I Trains Passim; Through Richmond Crowded Fvory Day?Folks Going Down South. STOPPING OVKIi IN RICHMOND Northern People With Much to Spend, Shut Off Front Kurope, Are Coming South This Good Winter. Itichmond Catches On. The war in Kuropp is a bad tiling, n very had thing in many ways, but in some ways tt tuny prove a pood thing. Far lie it from the Southern people to boast <>f any good things to come to them erowinc out of tlie war, but then some bad things have conic to them. Kor instance, the cotton in dustry lias suffered much, not alto gether :is much perhaps as sentimental people have tried to make it appear, but It has suffered all the same, and it may n<>t 1>?* amiss for the down South people t< gather all of the con solation they can <<ut of the fact that the Northern people who have lots of money to spend in traveling and sight seeing are ilniling it necessary to spend that money this year in visit ing Florida and Georgia and Al...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

Shop Early?Early in the Day! "What Shall I Give? if Still in Doubt, Shop at Miller & Rhoads Morning Shopping Is BEST! Ukr&R Here's the Answer! ONLY FOUR DAYS?Everybody'll be in a hurry to shop?they'll have to. SAVE TIME?a most valuable item?and money besides, by coming directly to MILLER & RHOADS, where service is both prompt and efficient. WITH SUCH ASSORTMENTS OF XMAS GOODS, the amount you have to spend doesn't matter. Whether it be 25 or 50 Cents or as many dollars, there's no place where more value can be obtained for the same outlay than HERE. Add to this the accepted fact that a Gift from this store will carry with it the true spirit of Xmas friendship, as well as the assurance of QUALITY and good taste?and a visit to this store should be a quick solution to the perplexing problem, "What Shall,I Give"? Suggestions: Store Closes as Usual at 6 o'Clock?Not Open Evenings Before Christmas A Gift Memo For Last Moment Purchasers Is there some friend who has been overlooke...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

RESERVATION BELIEVED TO IWIilFlf CONVENTION I'nited States Socks to Impose Higher Standards on All Shipping in American Waters. UIXOXSIDERATION IS SOUGHT Stnte and Commerce Department Of ficials Think Kntire Benefits Will lie I/<>st if Resolution Is Permitted to CJo Through. WASHINGTON', December 10.?He consideration l>y the Senate of the resolution adopted last week ratifying thi! safet.v-at-esa convention will be sought early next week, It was learned to-night, because State and Commerce Department officials believe the reser vation to the United ?States' of th< richt to Impose higher standards on all shipping in American waters than those imposed by the treaty virtually nulli ties the international agreement. The subject was discussed to-day by (Secretary Bryan, Secretary Kedtield. Commissioner Chamberlain, of the Navigation Bureau, and Chairman Alexander, of the House Merchant Ma rine Committee. Senator Stone, chair man of the Foreign Relations Com mittee, talked wit...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

Bertha Haa.se Beckh, Inc. 220 North Second ? Christmas Sale of Fine Furs Hudson Seal Coats, Near - Seal Coats, at special prices. Skunk, Black Fox, Hudson Seal, Fitch and all leading Furs of this season. Mad You Thought T of Exquisite Jewelry? friend j?ct the gift that will please that relative or If f!? other gift le eo lastingly pleasing?no-other gift > nicely expreesea good taste and discrimination. What Jewelry From Kohler's Means For 38 years, our one idea has been reliability. Ew -y piece of jewelry sold here has a reputation of orer a HALF A CENTURY behind It. That's why Kohler's jewelry Is most appreciated. Shop Early Even now we are getting a "taste" of the Christmas rush. Don't wait until the stores are packed and jam med. Come now and select that EXQUISITE GlFT! Kohler's Price* Are No Higher. Sec ments. our splendid a?#ort There are many things here that will be ap propriate and pleasing. If u's for a man, why not select a fine Watch?Tie Pin?Cuff Links?Shirt Studs?Watc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

MAYOR SIGNS ORDINANCE IN AID OF UNEMPLOYED About 800 Men Will Hp I'ut to Work Immediately on City Enterprises. HOAItO LISTS TIIK APPLICANTS j About One-Thlnl of Appropriation Must He Kxppiidptl for Supplies, ilemnlnder (ioin^ in Wages to Those Added to City's Pay Itolls. i Mayor Ainslle yesterday sicned the ordinance appropriating $125,000 for the relief r>f the unomployod, the rnonov to; bo sp?-nt by the Administrative Board [ in pormnn<'ni improvements. Long bo-i forr th*> ordinance had been sipned by the Mayor and had become a law, the j rooms of the Administrative Hoard were besieged by men looking for work. They were 'willing to bopin work im mediately The names of all applicants were llst? d. Councilman Knglish help ins th" work. The busiest man of all was Councilman C. C. Jones, patron) of the ordinance, who was taking names when he was not receiving con-1 pratulatlons f.>r the dispatch and sue- j i-pss with which his ffTort was crowned. All the applicants whose n...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 20 December 1914

SPORTS PART TWO G4th YEAR RICHMOND. VA.t SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS Premier American League Pitch er Places Name to Wash ington Contract. RECEIVES $500 INCrfEASE Will Return $6,000 Received From the #*eds?Gilmore Re fuses to Believe Story. KANSAS CITY. MO. December 19.? ! Clark Griffith, manager of the Wash- j ington American League baseball club, j announced h'.e late to-day that he ha<l nlgned Waiter Johnson as pitcher for the Washington Americans with a three-year contract, and that Johnson would play with Washington next sea son. The manager and pitchcr reported an agreement In an all-day conference, j Johnson issued this signed statement: j "After a conference with Manager 1 Crlfllth and legal authority. I ant con- i vinucd the option In my last year's contract with the Washington ball club was binding, and I am going to return : to the Washington- ball club and ful- | ll'.i my agreement .and at the terms offered me by that club." Will llrrrlvc .Salary of #1...

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