Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on July 3, 1903 · Page 1
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tWfevRMMIitlM RBOUTBIlK«(tk«'NiWf MMDvttftaplMas VOL Yl NO 2:i. f SOLE KDMBEI m. lOLA, KANSAS, JULY 3, J903-FRIDAY. SIX PAGES 1 J LilSIONO • • nil ] il I jn FIFTEEN PERSONS BADLY INJURED IN STREET CAR, WRECK IN ST. LOUI9. MOTORMIINWILLPftOeilBLyiED PASSENGERS BECAME PANIC STRICKEN WHEN THEY S/kW " WHAT WAS COMING. One Car. Turned Complete.Iy^ Over on Its side and Passengere Piled in a Heap. Associated Press DSspatck. St. Louis, July 3.—Fifteen persons were injured this morning in a collision between two street ca,rs at the Intersection of Olive street and Jefferson avenue. A. G. Killu, niolorman on the Olive street car is not e»j)ecled to recover. Both cars were filled with passengers. The.Olive street line has right-of-way but the Jefferson avenue car instead sped;on and crashed into the oth«?r car. When it was scon that a collision was imminent passengers became panic slricken. The impact was so violent that the Olive street car was hurie.1 completely over on its side and all the passengers piled in a heap. The injured were taken in ambulances to Iheir jhome-s or to the city hospital. Mrs. J. W. Robins and little daughter, Dorothy, of ClobTime. Texas, wife of Supt. Rol)ins. of the Santa Fei c&mc in last night from Kansas City for a short visit with ;Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mittlcbach. of 2i;i N. Sycamore. PROHIBITION REALLY. Maine Will Novi^i Be Dry in Fact as Well as in Tlheory—No More Fines. Associated Press Dlspatcli. BanRor. Mo.. July .1.—Within a few days Maine is likely to be in fact vihat it is supposed to be—a prohibition slate. Never until now has constitutional prohibition; prohibited the sale of liquor anywhere in Main^ if a saloonkeeper was \yilling to ^submit to arrest and fine about twice a year. Even in the city bf Portland the la!p Sheriff Pearson was unable to stop the sale, though he had an immense force of deputies and th'e courts on his side. Now, however, | the judges the supreme coiSrt have given notice! that the possession of!a United Slates internal revenue liquor stamp will subject ihe possessor to a jail sentence instead of the usual fine, an all over the stale hotels and restaurants night closed their bars, wholeaale.-s went out of business.' and withlh a week every retailer will have quit selling. Some- think the jiulgcs intend to make prohibition so obno.xious the p<;o- plo will repeal it. SEAMAN WAS DROWNED. For First Time in History of American Ninety Footers a Fatal Accident Occurs. Newport, R. I., July S.—For the first time in the history of American 9|>footers. a fatal accident occurred yesterday. Carl B. Olsen, "a' seaman on the old cup defender. Columbia, was washed from the bowsprit just before the yacht reached 'the first turn in yesterday's race and was drowned. When the yacht lifted fnjm the big wi\ic into which .she had piungcd. Olsen was seen almost under the stem, clinging to the topslay, biil Infore assistance could be given, the Klo <)p dijiped into another groat com))er and he was not seen afterward. FIRST YEAR OF WARE. Numjjer of Allowances Exceded Those of Last Year! to Extent of 13,005. Washington, Jiily 3.—During the fiscal year, whicli; closed yesterday, 132,829 claims were allowed by the pension bureau aiid 11.').720 rejected. The number of allowances exceed those of last yoiir to the extent of;13.005. The number of rejections in 1902 was 118,404. This.; was the first year under the ailminisiraliou of Commissioner Ware. ; GRASSHOPPER PEST. In Montana Pla<ns Dotted With Cattle . That Haye Starved to Death Result of Raids. Butte, Mont.. July 3.— Professor Cooley. of ifhc Slat!e Agricultural college lat i3<jieman, lias returned from an iBvestigatlori ot the grasshopper ridden district about Forsythe. | He says the iudects have devoured evjery- tblng In a i strip seventy miles and fifty miles widCjand that; as a sequence; of their raids, rai^ge, co tions areithe worst he evetlsaw. He eAyBthe pla^s are ldottedrf^*th cattle tbat bare starved to death a$ a xesult of tbe ff^b^per i aids, i ong con- Indi- THE WEATHER I Associated Press DlspatCk. Chicago, July 3.—Missouri—Partly cloudy tonight ^and Saturday with probable local thunderstorms; cooler in northwest portion tonight; fresh southerly winds. Kansas—Local showers and thunderstorms tonight and Saturday; slightly cooler tonight; south to west winds. LOOKING BRIGHTER IN TEXAS. Flood Situation is Greatly Improved— Waters arc Falling Rapidly and Damage Will Be Light. Associated Press Dispatck. Gainesville, Tex., July 3.—The flood situation is greaitly Improved this morning. The rain has stopped and the waters.arc receding rapidly. There is no loss" of life reported here and property damage is (Confined to small stores, outhouses and truck gardens. Reports from the southwestern portion of the state indicate that yesterday's storm was the most severe. Probably fifteen Mexican farm hands lost their lives, and the damage to farming interests, railroads and country roads and bridge? will bo heavy. The waters are falling. In GainesvHle last night the water in the streets was four feet deep. f II m mil LULU PRINCE-KENNEDY CONVICTED OF MURDER OF HUSBAND TO HAVE NEW HEARING. Her Father and Brother Are Yet to Be Tried For Being Accomplices. Associated Press Dispatch. City, July 3.—Lulu Prince- Kennedy, who is under sentence of ten years for the murder of her husband, Philip H. Kennedy, local agent of the Merchants' Dispatch Transportation company, was today granted a new trial Iby the state supreme court. Airs. Kennedy shot her husband two days aficr 'i he had brought suit to have their marriage, '»'hich he asserted had been forced, set aside. Charles W. Prince, "the woman's father and her two brothers, were charged with being accomplices in the crime and William Prince was convicted. The father and other brothers are yet to be tried. .FOUGHT WITH HIS COACHMAN. Driver Refused to Chase After Dog of Wife oif a Wall Street Operator, i Angering Him. AsHoclated Press Dispatch. New Yprk. July 3.—David Lamar the Wallet reel operator, had a severe personal encounter last) nighl with his coachman. James McCdnn, at his summer home, Seabright, N. J. Lamar was knocked own twice-and asserts that he was badly bruised. His face was lacerated and swollen from the coachman's blows. The trouble arose over Mrs. Lamar's lap dog« While slie was driyins the dog leaped from the trap. She ordered tin; driver to catch it. He refused, telling -Mrs. I.,aniar that he was not a dog catcher. Finally .she jumped to tin* ground, and with the ai.l >'f a gardueil raptured her pel. Lait nighl Lamar visiltd the stable. The Ijroker and servan quickly came t.) blows. The coachman declares Lamar struck first. The broker denies this.' At least, he was felled twice in rapid sudcession and the coachmain lied. He jkvas arrested soon afterward and held tjo the grand jury. CROW DENIED HEARING. Supreme Court Upholds Former Decision' Which Will End the Case. Jefferson City. July .3— The supreme court today en banc denied a rehearing to Attorney General Crow in lii.s suit for an ouster of the Contin (5nral Tobacco Company and of the Santa F and other railroads oji charges of violation of the sta'te anti-trusi law.s. The former decision of the court wa."? against the attorney general. This ends the cas«?. TELEGBIIPIIIC BHEVITIES Associated Press Dlspateti. Philadelphia, July 3.—One death from heat and three prosiralions occurred here l)efore eight o'clock this morning, with the temperature at eightj'-one. AsROclated Press Dispatch. IToylostown, Pa., July 3.—Lewis N. Blank, arrested for stealing flowers from graves, -committed suicide by shooting himself. Washington, July 3.—The monthly report of the agricultural department shows cotton to. be 77 as compared with 74.1. May 27, 1903: 84.7 on June 25. 1902. Associated Press Dlsootch. . Dublin, July 3.—Deknyff was today officially declared to have won second place in the automobile race yesterday. Farman was third, only a minute separating hfm from Deknyff, Jen- atzy; won tbe cup bj; eleven minutes. A WEEK PETITION IN BEHALF OF THE RUSSIAN JEWS IS ALMOST READY FOR DELIVERY. WILL BE m U BNCE AND IF RUSSIA SHOULD REFUSE TO RECEIVE IT THE INCIDENT W^LL BE CLOSED. Russian Paper Says Russia Will Not Tolerate Least Interferance in Her Private Affairs. FIREMEN DO GOOD WORK. tesoclated Press Dispatch. Washington, July 3.—Acting Secretary of State Loomis has been notified that the petition in behalf of ihe Russian Jews will prol)abIy be delivered to the start; department or at Oy.sier Bay in about a week. Without delay and immediately upon the receipt of the petition by the United Slates government it will be dispatched to Mr. Riddle. United Stales charge at Si. Petersburg. It will be accompanied by a note of transmittal, instructin.:* Mr. Riddle exactly what disposition to make of the petition; for there is no intention here to place any undue responsibility on the charge in this mailer. The department .does not at present expect to publish that iioie so that its nature is a matter of spccu- latiwn. the weight of opinion being that .Mr. Riddle will be inslructed to inquire of the Russian government whether it is willing to receive the petition, the nature of which will be plainly indicated by him. If there i.s a negative response, Mr. Riddle will so notify the slate department and that probably will end the efforts of the department in connection with the petition. The president, through Secretary Hay. informed his Jewish caller.s that he could not tell what reception the petition would meet with at the hands of the Russian government and should the petition fail of reception after Mr. Riddle's efforts it would absolve the president from further pursuit of the matter. Associated Press Dispatch. St. Petersburg, July 3.—President Roosevelt's decision to forward^ to llie Russian government the petiti(m in behalf of Russian Jews is not iiutj- lished here. The foreign office ha."; made the following statement: "The czar alone-can decide whether the petition will be received but Alexander III would ixevir have received such a - petition. The pclilion from Guide Hall meeting which was called by the lord mayor df London in ISOl was returned through the foreign office as being inconvenient. The foreign office hopes the Americans will not invite such a sliglil . They would resent an anti-lynching petition.* The foreign oflleei has no special interest in the questiion exceiit a desire that iiiter- naiio^al relations remain unharmed since; the mailer is i)urely domestic ami Ix'lonss to another ministerial department." In an artiV-h,' whit-h i.s di-clared to ))e inspired the j Novoc ' Vreniya combats the elaiiu of the United Slates gfivernnieni that Russia should grant American Jews free .iceess to Russian territory. The Novpc Vreniya also refers to the United Stales restricting immigration and conclud<;s: "Wliile Russia in no way assumes the ri;;ht of criticising internaticmal measures of the United Stales she on the other hand will not tolerate least intcifer- ericf in her private affairs on the j'un of .\meriians." FIRED INTO THE CROWD. Adam Monroe Wanted for Striking a Man With a Beer Bottle, Resists Arrest. AsRoclatcd Press Dispatch. Clinton, la.. July 3.—While being pursued by officers early to.lay .\dani Monroe, colored, shot and perhaps fatally wounded Ha^ry Benson of Jacksonville, 111., and seriously wounded Joe Ryan, of Clinton, an innocent bystander. Monroe, who is from Jef- fersonvllle. Mo., and is an attache of a* carnival company now exhibiting here, dislocated Ithe sTioulder of another employe with a beer bottle. When an officer entered the house to arrest Monroe he fired four times Into the crowd andthcnmade his escape. Picture Frames. . Having personally selected from the largest moulding faictories in St. Louis and Chicago a lino of mbulding seldom seen in the west I am now i)ro- pared to fill orders for framing for anyone, even the most fastidious. We have the largest and moat complete lino of picture and room moulding ever brought to Allen county, Including iho latest shades anil styles. A personal Inspection will Convince you of this fact. Our ' framing department is equipped with Ihp latest Improved machinery, Indudink the latest and best oval and circle mat'and glass,machine ever brought to ihe city, for anything in the frame; and. art line go to MILLER, tbe picture, man, northwest corner, square MILLER'S STUDIO, Twenty-One People Rescued From a Burning Building—Fire Caused Only simaU Loss. Associated Pre?s Dispatch. New •'York, July 3.— Twenty-one persons unconscious from smoke were res cued by firemen from a blazing four- story frame building in: Newark avenue, Jersey City at daybreak. The blaze was so hot that the firemen could not work fast enough with their ladders and several of the rescued were tossed safely into life nets. Two of the viciims are in the hospital suffering from burns and inhaling smoke. The fire which the police say was of incendiary origin, caused only a small money loss. PAOLO CAMPELLO DEAD. Man Who Renounced Catholicism and Preached Against it and Then Returned to it, Passes Away. Apsoclated Press Dl.spatch. Rome, July 3.—Count Paolo Campello is dead. The deceased was at one time Canon of St. Peters, but he abandoneil Catholicism and preached in violl'ht language against the Vatl can in iltaly. England and America. He recently recanted, did penance and was restored to priesthood. CHARLES HATHAWAY DEAD. His Firm Built More Than 130 Street Railways Throughout the United States. Associated Press Dispatch. Cleveland O., July 3.—Charles Hathaway, a i)uii(ler of street railroads, is rlead at, his home here. Ho was 84 years f>ld. Mr. Hathaway was formerly associated with DcMoss Robinson. The firm built more than one hundred and thirty street railways throughout the country. LABOR LEADERS IN JAIL. Men Were Adjudged in Contempt of Court for Failing to Respect Restraining Order. Chicago , July 3.—Jail sentences were imposed yesterday on l\yo union labor leaders by Judge Je^se Hol- do!u and tv.o other leaders are required to jiay heavy finesl The men wc-c adjudged in contempt of court for failure to respect; the injuncjlion restraining them from interfer^nt; with I ho business of the Kellogg' Switchboard and Supply Company. ARRIVED AT HONOLULU. ' Cable Ship Anglia Lands With the Honolulu End of Trans-Pacific Cable—In Operation Tomorrow. Associated Vraaf Dispatch. Honolulu. July (By Pacific cable lo A.ssociated Press.)—The cable shij) Anglia arrived here this morning bearing the Honolulu end of the Iran.s- I'acilic calile now extending from Manila via Guam and .Middiiy Islands to this |)(irl. Tiie cai>Ie will b landed at once and coniiecied with a section of ihe line from Honolulu lo San Francisco already in (Jperatioii. The complete line will be in operation by tomorrow morning. DIRECTORS TO GO FREE. Grand Judy; Refuses to Vote Indictments Against Directors Chicago Board of Trade. Cliicago. July 3.—The grand jury today refused lo vole indict incnls :;.^uiiisj il:(! dirtciors and lea.ling mem- hers !>r the iKiard of traile, who were recfuily diargeil with jiermining the opcraiidii f>f "liucket sliops" on the hoard. One witne:*s was hoard. OUR HOGS ARE BARRED. After August First No Hogs From United States Can Be Landed in Great Britain. Associated Press Dispatch. Lcmdon, July 3.— r\. new order of the boanl of• agricullurp wa-s gazetted today, revising previtjus orders, and prohibiting the landing in Groat |Britain of any hogs fnmi the United Stales, besides prohibiting the importation of Cattle from New'England. The order goes into effect August 1st. TRAIN** GOES THROUGH BRIDGE. The Engineer Was Killed and Several Passengers Are Reported Badly Hurt. A.'>!«oolatta Press Dispatch. Dallas, Tex., July 3.—Train No. 0. northbound on the Santa Fe road wont through a bridge ten miles south of Gainc-sviUe during last night's storm. Engin <H ;r Jorn Boyce was killed and several paijsengers are reported hurt. SENSATION IN SIGHT. Lon. V. Stehpens Claims Col. Butler Tried to Bribe Him While Governor. St. Louis, July 3.—Lon. V. Stephens is qujoted today as saying that while goveijnof.' Col. Ed. Butlier, of St. Louis, offered him twenty thousand dollars If he wonld appoint his son, James J. Butler, commissioner. NG PIEUCE IN KANSAS CITY, KANS., FOR TWO YEARS AT LEAST SAYS MAYOR GILBERT. II BIG BlIB WAS MAflE TDBM THREE HUNDRED SLOT MACHINES TURNED TO Tl-E WALL—7 HOUSES CLOSED. Pool Rooms Which Are Now in tion Were Not Disturbed. Opera Associated Press Dispatch. Kansas City. July 3.—Kansas Kansas, the rendevous of gambl4rs of the middle west, was the scene of an active raid by the police, more than 300 slot machines City, oday Iwhen were t'.irned to the wall and seven gamblin houses closed. Mayor Gilbert said later that this was the first act i i the clearing of the city. The preser t administration would, he said, be rid;of gambling for at least two years. Pool rooms, several of which • are V^^f^S operated, were not molested. EXCITEMENT IN COTTON Government Reg^rt Followed by liter burst of Excitement From Lonps, ,Who Had Figured Wrong. Associated Press Dispatch. New York, July 3.—The rep6i|t of the government cotton report on cotton exchange today was folic by an outburst of excitement and ing by disappointed longs who l)een figuring on a condition of a|)oul 75. Just before the report was *ead September sold at $11.52. Thei it dropped point by point to 811.39. The condition in Oklahoma, is Indian Territory, 73; in Missouri Out- the wed son- had 74. CITY COUNCIL MEETING. Bills Allowed, Paving ;Talk, New sessor and Clerk Appointed .by Mayor. seij- The city council mot in regular siAn last night. Sidewalk petition of A. W. Ihri; ct al, referred back. The malic of crcam.ery drain was referred to the public improvements committee. J. W. McBrown asked for the garbage and slop privilege of the t( wu. No action. ' J. M. Watson was issued a liconSc for a pool and billiard hall (the Ferguson hall on the c\st side.) "Telephone Co.'s semi-annual rc;iort was read arid filed. *. Rejiorls: Occupation tax collected $fi!i3 .n8; sale water, $3.02; weigh lees:, $1 .1 .50. . Water and light superinlenJent rc;*- portcd the number of taps. An ordinance was ordered fixing thb duty and salary of the sanitary policc'- man. i An ordinance regulating the cc nu-- tery anil sexton's salary was passcii. i An ordinance for paving Wasl iiig- tou avenue from Jackson to Buch^na^. street was read and action delorn il, I Tlie mailer Of a bridge, sirovt v idcj, over Coon creek on N. Washing ton,' was referred to city engineer. : The mailer of changing paving zo^ Iracl and specifications on West Madison was referred lo properly owi of.<i. The mayor apiHiinted A. E. Wriglit city .isse .s.sor an<l E. C. Remsborg cliy»| clerk for the ensuing year. The c )uni- cil connrined the appointments. -; Salary and other bills were allowed and council adjourned. As- THE MAIIKETS BY Fivi: ¥1 Associated ' jKansas slow alxjujt Press Dtnoatch. City. July 3.— steady. Natl ^iis .lO; cijjws , and helfeijs s dockers and feeders, biills, ;$2.25®4.50; calves, lHogs-^6,000, steady Heavy and packers. $5. dium.' 5J7|)(??5.75; light, yorkers, $5.75@5.S5: pigs Shoe])—|2,000. lambs,; $3.!J0ig :c .45. No row. • I Muttois.. market St. Loujs. July 3.— Cjttle. ,1,500. 13^5; stockers j nd feeder^ Icows. and hellers, ^?.25@ Steers; $4 ,"$2.70@l; 4.50. . 'Hogs—3.500. ELEI^RAPK 4;attle4-2.000, e steers, $3 $2@4.35; $2.75@4.50 $2.65@6. • [to weaker. .70; me$5.60@5.85; $5.40lb5.75. |3@5: tomor- 65@5.' packers, $5.S5(g5.95; butclj G.OO. I Pigs, lighk, $5.S0@6:'' ers. $5.90® Chicago July 3.— -Cattle, 2,000. Na- live s.icerjs. $4515.40; sltckers .and fobdere. $2.75^4.00; cows ind heifers, ICOOO. Top, $3 (Hogs—1 75Vrii5 .8r iBulter— IS.' = pggs-1 Cramery, 1C@20. .95; -bulk, dairyj 15 ON THE CREST OF THE WAVE. I Time for Marshall Field Says jt is I the Greatest Care Amor|g Business Men. Assocl.-itfd Press Dlspjitch. New; York. July 3.—Man khal Field, Ihe merchant prince of Cliicago, 'before stiiling' for likirojie on the White Star liner Oceanic, discusse I thelbusl- ness outlook, especially in the West, . from i standpoint which is [not entirely hopeful. "I shoiild say." said Mr. Field, "that Ihc/word precarious is the-one - that would best fit the situation, as it stands at present. While I have no desire to (liscoura.go the public, 1 am afraid that we have reached the topmost jioint of our great prosperity, and that for a lime, at least, there will. 1)6 need for the greatest care among business men. , "The chief danger to the great In- lerests of the country lies in the atti-. tudi of.organized labor. Strikes have been Carried to such an exte it that no one Jvpows what to fijejury^ on. Qff^- tracls ; have licen .^violated strikes have been ordered on the mjst filmsy pretexts and rules have beer enforced that have caused serious embarrjvss- ment to capital. "The resuft of this is already seen in the" curtailing of cxpensi s by the great i-ailroad corporations. Improvements that jwere planned lop? ago are being abandoned and the- r,e lult m-^st be ithat many men—thousand ; I shonid say—w'ill be thrown out 6i employment. ; You of New York have alread,j: seen the result of the arbitrary demands on the'part of labor, "Another menace is to our export trade. 'It follows that if jou force wages ^l)eyond a certain print and shorten hours at the same l ime, you run the risk of increasing th 3 cost pf })roducUQn to a i)oint where you cannot compete in the markets of the world." L. Z. Co.'s New Offices. The Lanyon Zinc Company has its oflices jn the south end of the sioiie building ever since it joined factory roll in 161a. The offices warm in winter aiid hot in sum and liave the disadvantage of gel a groat deal of sulphur smtke. new office building is now being ci ^L -ct; imi hoit ed east of the Santa Fe traces north of the Pacific on land'owl by the company. , The building i^ a- handsome, two-story frame struct iro;, well lighted and venlilatod. and vilf afford much pieasanter quarters- for^ the office force. ih.vl ol (i th« arv* ncf ihe; Mr. Bowersock's Dam. The destruction of Hon. J. D. BoWer sock's fine flouring mill at Lawre icc, daring the recent flood, occasionci a loss of $50,000, and wrought Eugi ne Ware uj) to iioetical frenzy, and ho burst forth a.s follows: The rain water tumbled in torrents, An/1 washed out his mlli dam at Ljiwreiice. He .Hiiid: "Though belieft, I've 1^ damsile yet left," Wiijch Imigimge occasioned abhorrence. A fine rain visiicd this county last night, beginning toward morning and lasting most of the forenoon. It will be a great benefit to the com which has been making fine headway during the recent hot days. But it made the base hall fans look down th^lr noses, and' many remarks were made aiiont. Tola I luck always coming when there la a :hahce for easjr'yictorjj. .Iasp(}r—Young Scadsby ha.*! enough. Why ikjcsn 't he keep out of business and give others a chance? Jumihippe—But it is by g^lng Into business that rich young iien If.p him give smart young men p. chaniV to make money.—Ex. Stranger (in Kansas City)—I want lo go from here to Seventh streot. Whichis the quickest way to get there? • Native Bby—Go right therje to the edge o' ihi^ slrecl an' fall off, mister— Chicago Triibune. Park?—I wish you would d op in to dinner on ijis any night. I-.ane^Biii how do I know jour wife., would like jo have me? Parlvt— BiUt she would fee the same ailxmt it if it was else.—Brooklyn Life. Sons of rich men ail remind tis. Not to leave our sons a dirpe, Lest tlte spiarks we leave bel; Burn ourlmoney and their "Your daughter, madam, i^ a hom princess." American Mother—"Yes; wje Inherited our weailth.";—Life. "Williams baby yet?" "Almost, mother* to She—Howl have you named the We've got .the t^o granJ- ^rbjlrate the case." I .'wish we could only conceal it frjom the world th^ we are hride atx/l giooiiii He—Easy enough. You tiy to buy . (iverythlpg ; ou see. and I won't let you have the money.—Brool lyn L 1{» K Plng-i:How did that old tjeaf mu-.e Injure his knuckles so? Pong—rWhy, he tried lo cjrack ono of Chaniicey'JB latest jokes—Cblum- bus Jester. She—Ho can't boar to hive girls get ahead of He—Then him. {why doesn't he niug aft^r tlfem ?—Harvard Notice. The barber shops of Ida City will closfe on the thirdoflJulyaind not openfany ?Monday. ^ All [12 o'cl6cK-dn By orderpof topunlttee.- more until tbe Followlns _ shops will be'o ;ien until ' the night of th thirtf.— exactly any one ind us- ime. _ —Life. ^top run- .Ampoon. and Qos

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