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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 1 October 1903

[ust received an elegant line of Parlor Carpets n whets and axminsters, also wme beautiful Rugs n oriental colorings and designs, hey're in Bagdads, Ax minsters md Brussels. Prices will suit ,-ou. ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. BRIEF LOGfIL X OF IDDIY f. Watson, a well known Alto farm , is in the city. V. V. Staley of Freewater is regis . at the State today. R?. Bradley a prominent Weston cit izen is in the city today. A. Denny and wife are Walla i visitors from Waitsburg. D. Knuppell and daughter of Pi scott are guests at the State. B. F. Morse of Pomeroy is in the citj visiting friends for a few days. ard Coston and wife of Pom -5 are guests at the State today. >h Lloyd and J. D. Harkins of irq are registered at the State today. 1.. W. Watrous, " .1 old time resident ivton, is registered at the Pal ace today. I>. R. Kirk and R. L. Cline promi •. d.l Eureka fiat farmers are in town today on business. ng out-of-town visitors in Wal a are Guy Saunders and M. J. of...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 1 October 1903

r in Recruit 5c Cigars is due entirely .3^ to their quality—Don't forget that! R if At the same time every f% A / has a band around it that may bring Jfc Ik you a fortune. $142,500 given away— )\ jL $5,000 may come your way! JM /X s Save the Bauds *S «L _ Two bands from Recruit Cigars are equal to % one tag from Star Tobacco in secuiring presents, f • • •••••••• j NEW YORK FASHION LETTER I • • • • • MAUDE ORIJFFIIV. * • • •••••••••••••••Aft * New York, Sept. 26. —Nature does not make a hap, but fashion does sometimes. The autumn season will afford a most striking proof of this axiom. The frills, flounces and full waists and skirts that have charact erized the modes of the past few years inns: give way to severe but ar tistic simplicity—a vogue that will prove most trying to those who are not blessed with attractive forms. Th, prevailing expression in smart gowns is a following closely of the contour of the figure so that the ang ular, unattractive sisterhood will nave greater need t...

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. — 1 October 1903

r - I Don't Hesitate j *', when y°» J*™ undecided where to* J c y ? ur lint ' n laui >dered to bring^ *LAUNnPV WA v LLA WALLA STEAM^ V You will always thank? I W*M* « aP °unall S ( Jed tlv T be sure I% | |.; ;j^ ile sh ™ ann ' er ~i n which 0 we do up! ' ti : \ ye , d edg ! s - n ° buttonholes 0 * but linen that i s sent home in a per-2 v *feet condition, with a color and finish? CP p»«.ght. a ~.., J:on it that are unsurpassed * * COMING EVENTS. Fairs Carnivals, Etc. : fl'as] tngton State Fair, North Ya- I member 28 —October 3. Fair, Spokane, October m , whitman County Fair, Davenport, o,' r 12-17. tate Fair, Lewiston, October 86-31. state Fair, Moscow, Septem >, ■■ .. ■ ■ tober 2. [nternational Fair races, Boise, C ' * :MT q T turney, Lewiston, November I ad Southern Oregon District Fair, Eugene, September 29-October 3. Harnej County Fair, Burns, Ore., September 14-20. Races, Antelope, Ore., September ; R-19. Sto< k exhibit and race meet, Port ed September 21-26. Second Ea...

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. — 1 October 1903

; •» '* j' ELAMS 1 Solicits Business. THIS IS EAGLES* DAY (Her One Hundred Attend= ed Fair Today. mi CAVE SPLENDID PARADE Listened to Fine Address at Pavilion 3nd a Delightful Program by Ellery's Band. This is Eagles' day at the fruit fair and taking advantage of the courtesy ..-1 v a I- d by the fair maaagenen, a EoßTge uumber of members of the Wj'la Walla Auric visited the pavilion thi-.s afternoon and enjoyed a splendid address !>y President Brown of the 3|s >kane Aerie and a delightful con seri program by Ellery's hand. '.Tii'i to the commencement of the I .< gram at the fair building there anus a tine parade participated in by Bfft) Eagle.-, beaded by Ellery's baud. YTto due of march was from Eagle Bait-d quarters down Aider street then ap Main street, thence out Third to Hue pavilion. I'resinen Brown made a splendid Calk <)ii the good of the order, depict nag the rapid growth it had enjoyed am] the vast amount of good it had Dsxs to humanity. The address was aaassS...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. BRi i fSn REDCOATS lake Possession of City of Boston. [NGIANb'S CRACKJARTIILERY Arrives in Boston Harbor and Re ceives a Hearty Welcome to America. Mass., Oct. 2.—ln striking tras to the scene witnessed in Boston somewhat more than a hun years ago, when the British ; the city and the citizens | at( | them as they went, was the right ya] welcome given today to •„... Am ient and Honorable Artillery ■ of London, the oldest mili rganization in the world and pride oi all Britishers. The An ents : r the command of the Earl Den igh, come to Boston as guests An ient and Honorable Artil iof this city. The trip . return [or the fraternal visit Boston organization to London several years ago. icached Boston 1 steamship Mayflower shortlj in),m today. The arri val of thi Mayflower in Boston harbor , salutes from the Uni ted Stal - ruiser Chicago and the Retribution and a' similar ■. r -y was paid by the. land fortifications. With bands playing alternately the pa...

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. — 2 October 1903

The "Smoke of Peace." » The'one cigar you can depend upon being the same in quality whether you smoke one or a thousand. Always 5 cents, Aym and so good the dealer can't afford, to cut the price. Avßm The Largest Selling Brand of jM^r HOPPLES AND WIND SHIELDS Used to Give Prince Alert Fast Time IWSEK OF 111 I'ATtll TALKS He Says That Without These Artific ial Aids Prince Alert Would Hall Short. Minneapolis, Minn. —Are mechani cal devices that force a horse to hold' his fastest gait and literally pal] him along to b e accepted as legitimate featur. < of equine speeding? To M. j W. Savage of Minneapolis, owner of Roy Wilkes, 2:06%, this question is extremely pertinent in connection wun the recent performance of Prince Alert, which was heralded as a break ing of the world's pacing record made by Dan Patch. Mr. Savage says: "In the minds of the people who understand the facts. Dan Patch is still the champion pacer, because he will li,. judged by his wonderful miles under natural cond...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

>aw Edges / \ tf e»H right on saws, but s ons : uve /- J^^ 7 ' * ae M KS don,t carp for then; ou the«r WAIU WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY m TBOI4S MURDERED BY THE UMIMH C. r Hoye Says That He Was Killed to Keep Him From Teiling Facts. c ttle- That William C. Thomas, ; Policeman Albert C. Schane lerers, was himself mur prevent him from betraying anions in the crime, is sus ; . Coroner Hoye. result of these suspicions th e >r wil] hold an inquest today which the surgeons, who per the operation on Thomas, and witi ■ &ses will be called to tell what they know. "I believe that Thomas was mur [," said Coroner Hoye. "I think irder was incited by the friends mas' companions. It was com i : to prevent the wounded pris ma telling what he know of "No operation was necessary in Thomas' case. I know this. I at tei led Thomas. The wound in his was practically healed. It was gag him no trouble. His tempera tun was normal. He was feeling "While Dr. Buckley had charge of case and Dr. Wiltsie and my ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. On* year (delivered by mail)... ' , .$6 00 l! * ■b months 8 J" Or.. Tiomh by carrier 65 Ot week by carrier 15 g bscribers who do not get their pa; will favor us by reporting at the office. ___ TL. complete telegraphic news ser vjee ; rii red in these columns daily is furnit: • d by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. cTty 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. to insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight ami Saturday fair, cooler tonight with frost. SPORROW AGREES WITH KIER STED. The views of Engineer Sporrow en the development of a gravity water supply for Walla Walla coincide with those expressed by Engineer Kiersied In his report to the council on the same subject ten years ago. Both de clare that there is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

, I • ;eived an elegant line of Parlor Carpets velvets find axminsters, also some beautiful Rugs ntal colorings and designs, c in Bagdads, Axminsters Brussels. Prices will suit voti. ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES Corner Fifth and Main. j m M Ml OF TODHY j j C. Kaurk of Dixie is registered at the Palace today. William Mitchell of Huntsville is in the city today, a guest at the State. Louis Rollwage of Forest City, Arkansas, has arrived in Walla Walla • Mrs. M. B. Swift of Bourn, Oregon, has enteri ! St Mary's hospital for S. A. Pennic, a wel] known Adams, Oregon, tizen is among out-of-town George Romaine and L. Trimble, oent Prescott residents, are reg isti :• I at the State today. Charles Mays of Dayton is among :. Columbia county people risiting in Walla Walla this week. A. E. Braden and J, S. Braden, well known Waitsburg residents, are am rig visitors in Walla Walla today. Clydi Weatherford, son of ex-Sheriff Weatherl of Columbia county, and V H Vainii of Covello are in the ■tj ." oding t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

I Our New Pianos Fresh From the Factory embrac= ing such good ones as mm MB) & MS jSTEdIER and HER. We are prepared to offer greater inducements than ever before on our line of pianos. Talking machines and disc records. Large new stock just reciev ed. Early selections will secure you latest disc music. DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 EAST HAIN Four Doors Above the Bridge t Calling Cards % * — - - - <* m 111 vi tat i 011s *<■ —= & $ — S »■ > *; Wedding Stationery j * i» « I AT HOnE CARDS | J .» J MENU CARDS.... ... j « ami everything in 1 a * the nature of :': | I lIfUPIII. I * ' , * I f 1 « » «v 1 We have an excellent * 4 line of samples of the « g approved forms for ff fi society printing and j 3 customers are assured 8 fls that their printing will j • be done in the right .* I i % 9 South Third Strecet } % *t , 5 § I Telephone Main 121 I 5 | | I lie Slatesman Pitt I Here We A.r*o -Ajrain. 644 acres with stock and imple ments. $20 per acre. 400 acre stock and grain ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

I TWO BLOWN TO ATOMS. k others Injured By Powder Ex- W* C plosion Near Gem. * , Idaho. —At an early hour morning two miners weio - . .. killed and two others were I by the accidental explosion , rground powder magazine .. • in nel No. 6 of the Mammoth ' ween the towns of Gem and Burke. T , ;W ,, men kille are Charles F. „", a nd Ed Wing. A miner named posi ' ' * H-V * j* * ***** Hh|mlnHn^^ , * -> -* i» -0- * » -> i» fl. /JL .5. 4 4- * » •> -> * -» •: : * 1 T I SCROLL TOP POPULAR PHAETON I 4* Has 15-16 inch long running axle, 7-8 inch Kelly Rubber tires, T three open head oil tempered Elliptic Springs, Rubber Coy- 4> ered Steps, Leather Trim, Full Leather Top and High Spring <#» Back. Fenders and Leather Dash, with Silver Driving Rail. 4! Large and roomy seat, with fine oil burning lamps and quick X change couplings. One of the most handsome Phaetons I s Lade. Call and examine same at r I THE JOHN SMITH COMPANY I I Walla Walla .... Washington | . v l k » H-* H- M-**...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 2 October 1903

They Look Like 30c, But t ,ie y are cn! y 15c We are talking about our new ot of Tooth Brushes which we purchased st a great bar ciain. Twelve different kinds ot 15c each. Ccme and take your choice while they last. L L TALLMAN Corner Second and Main Sts Telephone Main 96. REDUCTION OF WAGES BY STEEL TRUST at the Homestead Plant and Wi|| Extend All Along the Line. Chicago, Oct. 2.—A rumor is cur- SMtt in local tinancial circles that on nary Ist the wages of all employes ■Ftfce Homestead Steel Mills will be rmtneed 15 per cent. This reduction, ft is stated, is the forerunner of a Similar reduction in ail plants of the j.'-->-i trust. IMPORTED THOROUGHBRED SALE few York., Oct. 2. —Prominent I wwraen from many parts of the . :'Oiy attended the opening of the grt---.j l sale i>t' imported thoroughbred :-•..>. at the America.i Horse Ex it age today. The thoroughbreds to ••: disposed of at the sale form one *Mt the largest collections of imported Mood ever brought to this country....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 October 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME 30. PI 4STROUS EXPLOSION In Distillery at Peo= ria, Illinois SEVEN MEN KILiED OUTRIGHT a ' a Score of Others Injured, Some Fattaliy—Three Big Buildings Destroyed. [11 Oct. 3. —In a boiler ex this morning in the Corning v three men were killed out two others so injured that lied at a hospital. It i's re ; that several others were bur in! in the ruins. a known that seven per son A-ere instantly killed and 20 • . injured. The dead are: JAM ES McMINUS. CHARLES POWIELL. JAMES O'KEEFE. GE< iRGE SHAKER, c, GEORGE. JOHN WILSON. GUY BRENHAM. The fatally injured are: A i ipp< ;• cooker eight feet in diam _■ [i et long under too great was blown clear through m and mill room into . feel distanct, cutting down tree in its fligjit. The • re frightfully scalded by thi oiling mass. Three were iden strips oT their clothing. :' Wilson and Brenham inder the ruins. The dam * - $100,000 as three build stories high were blown topi - The debris was piled so - that ii wi...

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. — 3 October 1903

See-— Our New Pianos Fresh From the Factor} embrac ing such good ones as BEBlfi RID & m |STM and SIMM. We arc prepared to offer greater inducements than ever before on our line of pianos. Talking machines and disc records. Large new stock just reciev ed. Early selections w ill secure you latest disc music. DWELLEY HERRICK MUSIC CO. 51 HAST /TAIN j I j Four Doors Above the Bridge 1 I « C; 111 i i ilt Cards % *■ » * * « J I 1 V 1 I«' 1 t 1 < >1 1 X » « ft * * *' ft J Wedding Stationery * « » 1 AT HOHE CARDS * «. » J MENU CARD 5........ £ « and everything in t { ; the nature of :': * \ SOCIETY PMING. i J f > « * « * tt We have an excellent > « ft •t 1,1 samples of the * J approved forma for ;{ ■*> soeietv printing ami -* I customers f assured % V that their i i intiuii w ill * «. be done in the right » : «■»>-■ | * > S Ps • Third Strccct % 4 > 4- •> 4 t « Telephone Main v; % « i «• * I ft siGiHii Prinfery I Here W*s A i«> A- :iin. 644 acres with stock ...

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. — 3 October 1903

YORK FAS Si ION LETTER* 15 V MAUDE GRIFFIN. ..' ■ one 'nas an unlimited . ince. The stores are bril displays of fashionable au cvhose price-tags cause whose small savings must ntire winter outfit to lie d this season, but there ;ter otyped old consolation . ing the exclusive designs ,; : ensive materials. developed into a very pop and "lobster" which has ,1. a term of opprobrium ged from the limbo of ridi ■ie name of a particularly color for street dresses and a uo m< die coats. [esign -uit lias attracted much 1; for its originality of de ried out in lobster red satin ,Vith gored skirt. The fulness • the hips is disposed of in four tucks on either side and one rx-plait ar the back. Around ttom there are four circular s gradually widening from the • until they extend half way up •a; tlie back. Finishing the • nee? is a silk embroidered red and braid stitched on with a piping jacket is an Eton effect with - . applied tucks of the cloth own the back in a sharply ; - irpli ffect. Onl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 October 1903

The Evening Statesman' Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St., Near Main. Telephone Main 123. Ono year (delivered by mail)... In advance * Six months 3 50 One month by carrier 6 » One week by carrier lo 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 is tarnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. Mid is by far the best report pub lished in Walla Walla. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER <$UNi6 \ ABEL> NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of chance of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Sunday partly cloudy Cooler tonight will: frost. King Eld ward could not do a more graceful thing than to appoint Sir Thomas Upton ambassador to Wash [ngton to succeed the late Sir Michael Herbert Upton is the most popular Englishman in America. Like Her bert himself he is almost an Am...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 October 1903

I THE NEW PATH \ m ' becoming pretty well beaten w \ & A path they would be very all i ™ if We REVe Walla Walla folks a ROod honest - cordial invitation to try the new <T ; 1 . verything just as we rep/ t X at W ° rd " And they dsd_they came along the new path: WC think **** f ° Und ' J -Vn ( li,llin.nflw o . Presen ed it. At least we heard many compliments on the new store, on the beautiful furniture-, on the m m spienuiu nne or ranees and . . , • • • \ i Si 2 hope more will come f on the manner m which our goods are displayed and on the store s fair pricing. And « * Ire buying here Tr- ° r W * nk you will lik e the Davis-Kaser kind of merchandising; we think you'll "feel at home" when $ iWll tell i 7-1' you like h maybe you'll tell your friends about it. If by accident you should not like it we f ; i "" gggggg ~ £ I FURNITURE NEWS | f • ' *' this week give oui stock that completeness which makes shopping here a pleasure Just m .-.iii- (4 new goods: & I 7 F^^W^ > Parl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 October 1903

X )SSIP OF GOTHAM cretary Shaw Popular in Rail Street U>MES' KHM BEISG FOBBEl! ..../«, Administration Worried Ovei . , ran: '- for increased Appropria tions in AM Departments. Me* York. Oct. 3-The public jjoojj. of New York may have be -1 T noted within recent years for - variet> and scope of their course t met ion It is now announced early date lessons in box- be given regularly to the pupils. This may be followed sourses in fencing, dancing, bowl -7 billiards, etc. There are many v ', Workers of a practical turn of , | who are under the impression \ there would be more hope for B» rising generation if there were a to the three It's of the old-time -jitSChOOIS. nriosity is about as strong in a big :>? ; as in any country lace. Janitors other attendants in the swell Mmrtmenl houses are complaining , numb,-!, of well dressed women every day to be shown $8000 a »an Mats not with any thought of .ag th e ame but merely to see . themselves iust what such apart -1 lf) b [(hp [• i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 October 1903

'i l l V 1 '//' ' : _ r> Saw Edges f \ l if \^\ Tishx 011 Baws . b »t sensitive . ■ % 1 f if ru for them on their ' f, I hilars or cuffs. Our perfect meth •>>T> "~ H " * IV *. you careful work, which Xf /---><<,-, 3 S fi°* D 1 1,1 l J e beau ty of our Domes/- / x 1 tn ii 1 the imma cnlate color X fora tJi We S * Jlld your linoD honK 2&££jJ WALLA STEAM LAUNDRY | D SY THE OPERATION. Thomas Shows This Is the Case. [ . performed on . (v of William S. Thomas, the 1 -6 thai d< atn was caused by an j .vhich, in the opinion of the ent, with the exception I . >• ings, was not necessary. operation, which was per ■, i rovidence hospital v tfternoon by Dr. Camming?, - ill I t ir:; no ai empt was n , ~ to interfere with or ex ... ■ ■ nil |in Thomas' hack. received from the gun of h ' -nelyuthctimeheat | . the scene of . ii i urd .r on the night I found at the au- I t wa? li cated after by Drs. H iye, Bra Iley I v wiltsie. imbedded in the muscles of the ha* out thre...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 3 October 1903

j They Look Like 30c, Sut they are oniy 15c t We are talking about our new i ot of Tooth Brushes which we I -i.Tve purchased at a great bar jain. Twelve different kinds I J at Ir>c1 r >c each. Come and take j ;our choice while they last. i i L L TALLMAN I Corner Second and Main sts It Telephone Main 96. j Just received an elegant line of Parlor Carpets in velvets and axminsters, also some beautiful Rugs bo oriental colorings and designs, they're 111 Bagdads, Axtnitisters and Brussels. Prices will suit ESDERTS DOUBLE STORES 1 Corner Fifth and Main. LOCAL ITEMS. Hiss Buck, of tiie faculty of St. Paul's school and Mrs. Hard, will be tome v> their friends next Wednes ix? afternoon and the first Wednes- CHj afternoon of each month there after. Alder Street Meat Market, Quick s rvice. Tel. Main 3C. 0 O Al O 1* 1^ •18*'. Q r "^r r ' TV <q ~ '* s an essential feature both for the M' welfare of man or horse. a| '-^v ' laVo i ,IS( * received a supply of V \ fail and Winter LAP ROB...

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