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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 27. 1901. Only 3 ; Days More OF THE GREAT Resolution Sale Fine Footwear Knoblauch's Arcade, -*• '*■ -M Nicollet Aye. and 23=25 So. Wash. Aye. Ladies' rubbers, sizes 2| to — -_ 3_, worth sale price"....» *-» Ladies'- storm 'rubbers, QC^ worth r 50c', sale price... ,OvV Ladies' light -sandal rubbers, low, all sizes, worth 50c, sale Qflp price aam^mW%A Ladies' $1.50 kid button and lace, patent and kid tips, _E_.B_.f~t broken sizes, sale price. . ©€_Pf_f Ladiee" $s,oo.vici. welt sole lace, price f_...-..::....."... W-tohOU price ....'. M>-faß*U*J Ladies' $3.00 .patent leather'and line vici kid lace, "^^ l|g) sale price '. '-' 'i. '. -..'.' . M* 1 ■ Jar Ladies' felt house slip- &T& B% £_ pers, worth -75c, sale price" »£ 15 Ladies' ki"d strap sandals and opera kid slippers; worth .00 mwf€hg\ and $1.25, sale price .... £*!¥%* SALE PRICES ON CHILDREN'S SHOES Misses kid, button and lace, CI (___•*_ worth $1.50. , Sale price,.. ... €5 aLw %» Misses' Stor...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

12 BmwM JW& B? mm amWm fi£?l flßjjj|ftw §■_____! 98 4m\ SS aWW \WM IBS ■* SS3P3_v * LWBk ~ *Amm\\m* * jBffBW MSkX IKS _*f£R3*w IPS *&£ ■ - _#ti f^*B^ mß '.__Wfc ■Q B* tornado, A, Li BELKNAP AGENCYi ™*r fl°°*> PLATE GLASS. — insurance .—.— New York Life Building SCOTTISH UNION AND NATIONAL IN aurance Company. Principal Office in the United States: Hartford, Conn. (Commenced business in the United States, 1880.) 8 James 11. Brewster, General Manager in the United States. Attorney to accept service in. Min nesota: Insurance Commissioner. Deposit Capital. $200,000. , '" . : INCOME IN 1900. Premiums other than perpetuals $1,939,994.83 Rents and interest 150,304.48 Profit on ledger assets over book ■ ■ _ values ..;...* 3.225.64 From all other sources ' 79,526.27 Total income .."..;..'.........'. $2,173,051.22 DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. _ - Amount paid for losses ..... $1,389,865.73 Commissions, brokerage, salaries and allowances to agents .... 393,485.61 Salaries of officers and em...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EV^EOTNG, FEBBUARY 27^901^ SPORTS PLAYERS' AVERAGES The Records of Last Year's Western League Men. ' ... . GIVEN OUT BY PRES'T HICKEY ■ •"-• '«.■.'.' ... A' Chance for Fans to Sl*e I i> the Men Who Will Appear Here This Summer. The official batting and fielding aver ages of the Western league for the sea sou of 1900 have been given out by Pres ident Hickey. . They are as follows: BATTING. Players— G. R.BH.TB.Pct. SH.SB McVlcker, Omaha .. 98 71 106 146 .389 17 15 Wilson, St. J. -P.... 25 16 29 46 .378 2 5 Kane, Dehver ...... 12 5 9 12 .375 0 0 Burrell, Omaha .... 11 2 11 10 .34$ 2 1 Mines.' Dcs Moines.. 89 90 132 153 .336 13 -21 Schrall, St. Joseph. .M 86S 149 213 .334 5 14 Sullivan. Denver ..58 08 71 98 .331 8 6 Freeland, Omaha.... 17 13 20 26 .3-7 2 4 Holland, Denver ... 58 38 71 98 .331 8 0 Closaon, D. M.-P.... 54 38 64 80.321 4 12 Mcliale, Pueblo 98 86 185 174 .319 I 61 Seisler. Dcs Moines. 78 .48 88 103 .318 7 5 Preston, Denver ....104 101 137 186 .317 23 35:| llule...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

14* WHEAT WAS LOWER TO START, BUT CLOSED FIRM May Sold to 74*1-8- for Low Point, Recovering the Loss Towards * the End. NO NEWS OF LEADING INTEREST Some Export Inquiry Reported, but Not Much Actual Business-* General News, Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 27. —Wheat eased off a fraction this morning. May selling at 74%0 on the early decline. The -weakness -*_ due to lower foreign mar kets, Liverpool coming Ho to %d off. Con tinental markets wen* easier. May opened at 74%@74%0 and after selling at 74% c, held fairly steady on recovery to 74% c. There •were reports of export inquiry in Chicago and at the seaboard, and the market steadied on the probability of business resulting. The market was extremely dull- towards noon. Northwestern receipts were again light, but other conditions mora than offset this. All news as to winter wheat continues favorable. The proposition of the Chicago board to pro hibit ownership of grain stored in their houses by elevator proprietors will not com...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 27, 1901. THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. I W^&SB» liiaisaa ______ Won't run itself- An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. AH 1 _____ I if a a [ iour Business i^x^i-rm^^m^' I"'"™^1 "'"™^ Needs Advertising AGENTS WANTED WANTED"-AGENTS EVERYWHERE TO handle our French erayonette portraits; $35 to $50 per week made by hustlers: 1 splendid proposition; write for prices. Whetston & Little, 88-92 W Jackson boulevard, Chicago,. 10 AGENTS FOR A NEW ARTICLE NEED ed in every house; can work in the two cities. Call any time. 401 James ay N. ANNOUNCEMENTS W. L. PETTIT. THE WHOLESALE JEW eler, has removed 'from Masonic Temple to 18 6th st S. > , - . • ONLY TWO DAYS MORE at present • • prices. See our ad under •'Mines and • • Mining." * Order to-day. • • INTER STATE GOLD MINING CO.' • • - 235 Boston Block. -• • HMtM ,-■ THE GOLDEN STAR RESTAURANT^ 114 3D st S, opposite Guaranty Loan building, under the management of-Mr.-S. Peteison, proprie tor, will be open...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 27 February 1901

16 JiiESOIA LEGISLATURE THE VOTE WAS EVEN vA Tie on Horton's; Osteopathy Bill in the Senate. IT :STAYS ON GENERAL; ORDERS Eloquent Arguments - Advanced Fro and Con—The Thompson Telephone Bill, In the senate this morning osteopathy found many ardent supporters. The bill ere—ting an Independent board of exam iners *in osteopathy, introduced by Sen ator Horton of St. Paul, was. reached on general orders. It failed to secure the indorsement of the senate by a vote of 24 Ito 24 and the motion to recommend its passage was declared lost. By a mo tion of Senator Ives it was restored to its place on general orders. Senator Horton grew eloquent in urg ing the bill. He declared that Wiscon sin only yesterday passed a bill almost Identical with the one introduced here and California also had passed a similar measure a few days ago. The osteopaths ■SB Christian Yon Wald, Goodhue—There ought to be more of us honest farmers in the legislature. did not want to have their system of healing considere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS tTOrTRNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. TAXES WILL BE REDUCED Conference Agreement on the Measure. IT PASSES THE SENATE Compromise on Tobacco and House Rate on Beer. NO TAX ON MESSAGES AND CHECKS Backet Shop Proviilon Stand*—Total Redaction Auionnti to Jg41.000.000. Washington, Feb. 28.—The conferees of the senate and the house have agreed on the war revenue reduction bill. The report was adopted by the senate with out objection. The changes in the pres ent law are as follows: —Twenty per cent discount of the original tax of 12 cents per pound, as against 25 per cent reduction a* fixed by the senate and none as the bill passed the house. The rate will make.the tax $9.60 per 100 pounds. Cigars—On those weighing more than three pounds per 1,000, the .house rate of $3 per 1,000 was retained; as against.s3.3o as fixed by the senate and $3.60 as in the present law. ; On those weighing less than three. pounds per 1,000, the : senate rate of 18 cents per pound is alloYed to stand as ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

2 PILES ON THE TAXES Cost of the South African War Is Estimated at £130,000,000. COMPLETE COLLAPSE LOOKED FOR Though D« Wet Is Still at U»fe His ■. J Operations Will Be Hamp \ .. ■ ered. '' ." ■ ' • Mew York Sun fiemclml Smrvfo* London, Feb. 28. —The favorable news from the Transvaal- causes much reH«f among the supporters of 'the government that the Khaki election was held in good .time, owing to the adroitness of Mr. * Chamberlain, and that the party is strong ly intrenched in power. But it is an awk ward thing for Sir Michael Hicks-Beach to admit that a deficit of at least £50. --000.000 must be provided for by parlia ment. ■• The total cost of the Boer war has been concealed by various devices, but it will 'exceed £130,000,000. A prominent liberal has asserted that .the aggregate would be over £140,000i,000 if the accounts could be closed at one*. • . * : i It is now assumed that the collapse £f ' the Boer arms cannot be deferred many .weeks, since it will be impracticable for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. PEBBUABY 28. 1901. AI |ATIAM At*e Residence JtUullUllUO4)iolletA? Monday Next, 4th, at 10 a. m. Sharp. By order of owner, who is leaving the city. Goods in use less than six months, and are in condition equal to new. Comprising Mahogany and Oak Dressers, Iron and Brass Beds, Hair Mattresses, Decorated Toilet Sets, Carpets, Matting and Rugs, Morris Chair, Neat 3-Piece Parlor Suite, Library and Center Tables, Mantel Clock and Bronzes, Fine Leather and Oak Rockers, Pictures, Palms, Jardinieres, Oak Extension Table and Din ing Chairs, English Dinner Service, Rogers Silverware, a sweet-toned Up right Piano in fine condition, Brussels Lace Draperies, Couohes, Oak Hall Tree, Flemish Oak Pedestal, Mahogany Tea Table, Secretary, Bookcase, Taborettes, good Steel Range, Refrigerator, Kitchen Furniture and gen eral eftecta, all without reserve. May be inspected morning of sale only. HUBERT BOWN & CO., Auctioneers House for Rtnt. Inquire of R. i. Newport & Son, 309-11 P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

* THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, ' J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. . EDITOR. the: journal 4 i« published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Buildinsr, Minneapolis, Minn. \ ; c. J. unison, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87. 88 Tribune building. • . I CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. .'■■;-■' ' SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one month... .....$0.35 One-copy, three m0nth5....'..........J 1-00 One copy, six m0nth5................. 2.00 One copy, one year ..........••*. 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week .......... 8 cents One copy, one month. ........So cents Single copy ..V.:........... 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS 7" ! Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. " CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

THTJTtgDAT EVENING. FEKRTTARY 28, 1901. " .1 .^,T^e Plymouth Clothing House/ *' "' h*?^ iS MS a ££8i Jl& M7a I®l im m« 11 Hanan ffifflH 11 H H HI;HPB. B UL"'^^Aw JH «• B flßw Shoes. ,: (.<« Correct Dress from Head to Foot. [ Bargain. Friday ] /Wo j^^ . Examine tHe following /^f&£ .- \^sk Bargain List closely — fwWxk xa^^fefc^^« there's something meritor /wirvWi^^ra/W *ous ere or everybody— l^'JrMl^^J^BLJflßßl man ' ..woman or child—for ySl^l f ■m|\l men ' we offer: Ul r • /ft^f/IV r- I) Your choice of an f" ftSffil VT^ Men's Ulster left in .our . -.' ,;-;.. I /\v HI \ 1 whole stock —including £h^*JF I*■ m^B M some that have-sold up" m \ ■ %~;;%k: -$&£-£* I \to $15 and $20. -'."*......'.'.'.'. :0. j >3s^f ■.;'.'.. I j ll Single Coats from :'C **¥' at^Hr,,', "■«.) , Black Clay Suits,.worth : r£ f *b ]■;;■. £p3=» —n^.^.J>«^o? $12 and $14, Friday •:>^/-; Bargains in '"Boys* Clothing, Etc. ' ;, Boys' and Children's $3.00 Knee Pant Suits, ages 3 to 16 years, in yes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

6 CITY NEWS WiUiant "Wise In Minneapolis—Wil liam Wise, father of the Wise girls, who suffered partial paralysis as the result of a gun shot wound received at Auoka last May, was brought to Minneapolis Tuesday from the St. Paul city hospital. He Is at the home of relative!. May Be a Former I'remdent—Mem bers ot "U" senior class are looking around for a commencement speaker and If their am bitions are realized one ot t»e most noted personages in the United States, perhaps former President Cleveland or Harrison, will address them. Arrangements will be made early in March. Class Play Written —George North rop, Amy Robbins and Margaret Moore, the committee appointed to write the "U" senior play, will read the play to the class next Saturday. The aim this year has been to make it more of a literary production than formerly and yet to allow room for special ties. Tne play is intended to Interest out siders as well as the students of the uni versity. Bar Association Meeting—A meeting of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1901. YERXA Unheard of Low Prices on Dried Fruits. 5-lbs of good Evaporated Peaches for 25c "Q-lb,box fancy: Peaches, 1b..'......... 7^c Good California Prunes, 1b... .... 3^c New Dates, lb . 5c Mew California Figs, 1-lb pkg.lb..;. 6c Evaporated Apples, lb 8c C 4 l# --"'- wooden boxes of the Genessee free Odll ruunlug salt lor salt shakers and salt cellars—it's a splendid article and a splen did bargain at, »_ per box ..'... *.. 0 C [Washing Powder, two pkgs for > These are very cheap." Fine quality Sugar Corn, can.... 5c Strictly Fresh Eggs, doz 17c Holled Oats, lb .;.............. l%c Potatoes SeT!?: 48s Compare our bushels with tne measure you get elsewhere. Beans Good navy, ■ It ucallS quart 16 Very Fine Creamery ?ib 22c Fresh Dairy Butter &M 20 Tomato Catsup £S£ I2k American Piskles Kie......8e Piskles Suar^ Bl!ck^.-.....48c Fruit Jelly £ c s per......... IDs Mince Meat £&«e ...6c Coffee. We offer better Coffees for the price asked than...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

8 WHEAT CLOSED QUIET AND FIRM? MAY AT 74»c Northwestern Receipts Continue Light, by Comparison With Last Year. SOME BEAR LINES WERE PUT OUT Good Demand for Spot Wheat and Flour Trade a Little Better —General Sew». (Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Feb. Wheat opened unchanged and quiet. May at 74%@74%c. There was a show of weakness at first with a dip to 74 14@74! but later re covery to 74%e. where It held. Northwestern receipts were- light. 282 care, against 630 last year, with the falling off at Duluth again the feature. ■ Liverpool was '%d higher. Some favorable sentiment developed here on the good demand for cash wheat, and the fact that flour trade on the whole is a little bet ter. Chicago drew a trace of confidence from the talk that the vexing question of quota tions seems in a fair, way to be settled satis factorily. At the start there was some letting go, and Chicago said a number of light short lines were put out, but the market held against the pressure. The weather is rep...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1901. \B Bmj ssa Won't run itself. An automatic business is as yet undiscovered. AS | A I ■■ ■ 11 our Business iss r^oes waW power for many a Needs Advertising MORSE OF MINRJEAPOLIS Hlll.O* FIRSTIHI\KSK FI.OI X MILL I. i, (annul Miller at (tliuiiKkiiiur Telia About Flour MiKllntl in (lilnu. . F. G. Morse of Minneapolis personally supervised the building of the first mod ern American flour mill in China. It is located beyond the Markham road on the Shanghai h»uk of the Soochow cieek. It was fitted by the Edward P. Allits com- i I'.uiy of Milwaukee, and is a wt<2l-con- ■ structed ami flourishing mill. He»ry B. i Miller, U., S. consul at Chungking, tells about it in a report on "Flour in Chiivi." ; One of the signs of the growth of »est ern ideas in China is the increasing .pro duction of wheat and a corresponding rise; in milling. Industry. Right in the center of the rice region the Chinese have seized upon wheat as an article of food. The Fou Foong f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

10 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THOMPSON IS WARM Objects to Newspaper Criticism of His Telephone Bill. HE CALLS IT A FARMERS* BILL Senator Baldwin ! Claims - the - Bill Will • Deprive Cities of Their Right*. Yesterday's controversy over the Burns- Thompson bill granting private citizens and companies the privilege to use pub lic highways for telephone and telegraph lines was renewed this morning by sena tor Thompson, who took violent excep tion to press criticisms fired at his bill. Rising; to a question of privilege he stated that the Pioneer Press had mis represented his bill and his purpose in presenting it. He was accused of seek ing to invalidate city charters and pro vide means by which telephone companies could evade a gross earnings tax. That such was the object of his bill he denied most strenuously. He was willing to accept any amendment which would conserve to cities any of the rights which they now possess or he would join with the city members in a separate bill regu- ws)s <...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 28 February 1901

10 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THOMPSON IS WARM Objects to Newspaper Criticism of His Telephone Bill. HE CALLS IT A FARMERS' BILL Senator Baldwin Claims . the Bill WillDeprive*Cities of ; Their Rights. Yesterday's controversy over the Burns- Thompson bill granting private citizens and companies the privilege to use pub lic highways for telephone and telegraph lines was renewed this morning by eena tor Thompson, who took violent excep tion to press criticisms fired at his bill. Rising to a question of privilege he stated that the Pioneer Press had mis represented his bill and his purpose in presenting it. He was accused of seek ing to invalidate city charters and pro vide means by which telephone companies could evade a gross earnings tax. That such was the object of his bill he denied most strenuously. He was willing to accept any amendment which would conserve to cities any of the rights which they now possess or he would Join with the city members ia a separate bill regu- I—l ms 2/ Sena...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURmBE) PRICE TWO CENTS. HOAR CLAUSE NOT FATAL President Will Not Veto the Army Bill. NOT AN EXTRA SESSION Confidence That Cuba Will Agree to American Terms. SOME SENATORS FEAR TROUBLE House Committee Dec Ides to Accept the Senate Amendment* Without . Conference. ttmw York Sun Special Servlco Washington, March 1. —The president, i lie secretary of war and the other mem bers of the cabinet and republicans in both houses of congress are entirely sat isfied with the situation resulting from the passage of the army bill with the amendments relating to the Philippines : :;d ("aba. They would be better pleased if the Hoar amendment, prohibiting the granting of franchises in the Philippines, had not been adopted, but they do not regard it as fatal to tha success of the '■lan for inaugurating civil government in the islands under the Spooner amend ment. The president has no thought of vetoing the army bill, as has been reported, be cause of the Hoar amendment, and there wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

2V: MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE LEFT TO THE CITIES Thompson Telephone. Bill in Hands of Urban Delegations. ANOTHER SHARP DEBATE TO-DAY A» a Result the Bill la Given to City .Members to Tinker. ■ ' /'V i Another battle- was waged this morning bet ween Senators Thompson- and Baldwin aver the Burns-Thompson bill granting companies; and private.• persons the right to use the public highways or, telephone ; and telegraph lines. .The engagement was indecisive but each senator retired .with the honors of war, the bill being referred to the delegations from Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth, so that . they,. might frame an amendment exempting _ them from the provisions of the bill. The unaminity with which the senators hold aloof 'from discussing the bill la not only remarkable but amusing. They are content to let ", Senators Thompson and Baldwin;do all the talking.. . '. -. The Duluth senator went at the bill with •11 the weapons at his command \ this morning, when another attempt was made to for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 March 1901

FRIDAY E\fgTTiyG, MARCH 1, 1901. BLOOD WILL TELL No Better Way of Determining One's Physical Condition. Impure Blood Denotes a Dis ordered System. How to Gain Health and Purify this Life-Generating Fluid. Pure blood means good health. Impure Wood leads to sickness and death. Impurities of the blood that can be seen externally, , originate in some one of the great vital organs of the body. When you see a man or woman with a face that is covered with blotches, pimples, or eruptions you may be sure that they are Buffering internally from some terrible affec tion. Such cases on investigation will be found to be most serious. ' People who die from impure blood when examined after death disclose the fact that the kidneys had been eaten away by de structive ulcerations. The stomachs of such victims are found to be covered with terri ble and virulent penetrating ulcers. The liver of such sufferers will have hardened, and will be found to be absolutely disabled bo that it was unable during l...

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