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Washington^ yoRTH Carolina, monday afternoon, october>4, 1909.
Future Kaiser Pleased
All [Others for High Flying ?
Goes.Up 1,600 Feet ? He Re
ceives a Diamond Pin.
~ Fotadam. Oct. 2. ? Orvllte Wright,
the American aviator, broke his own
I '..f and all other recorfis for high flying
?' _ioday- ? .. . ?
, He reached the unprecedented
' height of more than 1,000 feet, al
though an * official" measurement was
He had a red-letter day in a double
sense as an arlator, taking up Crown
Prince Frederick William aa a pas
senger naU ibopo Uiai> duuhlins the
altitude Record whjch ho made re
cently over the same flcld. .
The Crown Prince had been con
stantly urging Wright, since he first
saw the American fly, to take him up
as a passenger.' Wright evaded this
k ~ responsibility while making flights at
, ... ?tbe ^Tempelhof field, owing to unfaV
L .. orable rrhids.^but slr.re the t>egin
nlng of the flights at Bornste^t^field,
telephoning the .aviator every morn
"ing, asking him If he wan. ready to
gratify his lennestr WilglH Anally
The Prince reached the field at
'4:30 p. pj, without hU adjutage
After drawing on his dvercoat, at
- Wright's suggestion, to save his uni
from from being spattered with oil,
t ?*" the Prince took his seat alongside the,
aviator and the machine rose in the
Alf. Wright kept it at a height of
abottf 8ft jget for a brief period, but
the Crown Prince exclaimed:
u ( Finally the aviator went up above
60 feet and the crowds heartily cheer
who wsvPfThnrk his
acknowledgement. The aeroplane
. glided back to the starting- pblnt 10
ger who looked so pleased. He Just
Mailed when we started and he kept
?miliar all along.
"I felt a great responsibility In bas
ing the future German ffmperor as a
passenger. Not that I mistrusted the
machine, but any little irregularity
might cause tlTe people anxiety. I
stayed low at first, but the Prince
kept urging me to go higher.
The lonk distance fihntmm* *n tw
TfWIBQth was rosomed this
* f pucky effort
The Crown Prince congratulated
Mr. Wright on the easy and safe mo
tion of the aeroplane and presented
to him a diamond and ruby, pin, com
posing the letter W and Crown, as a
souvenir of the occasion. He watch
ed the daring aviator make his high
flight, which was also viewed by a
est altitude excursionists on a Havel j
steamer "three miles away thought
the aeroplane was a big box kite and
were surprised when further evolu- 1
--tioae ehowed the -object to
Wright's aeroplane. ' , .
'Speaking of his. .marvelous fl!ght|
afterward, Wright said:
"I never flew so high before.
lyionmirnmpnt n-n- Inli... tin* f -
mate that I reached an altitude of
600 meters (1,637 feet). It Is diffi
cult to gauge height, but I make the
estlm&^e from the time It took me
"rom thft-etartteg point" to~ the great -
* "Immediately after rlblng I set the
height rudder- at the maximum and
kept"cllm?>ing steadily for 15 min
utes, until -the field and adjacent
fnim trr .rnmlnrfml nuy *? " ? "y*
"had from Zeppelin's airship, ? oijty
things Bcoiued smaller
% "The descent I made in fl,ve min
utes. I came down at a simply ter
rifying speed. .The whole machine
shook ss It rushed through the air,
but my sensations were lust the same
as In lower altitudes. The ^r was no
colder, and the wind resistance M
With regard to his passenger, the
Crown Prince, Mr. Wright said:
"The Prince did not say much more
than 'fine* during the flight,, but I
? lable to read his Impressions from
T * *- -- -
JOHN KING, THE
The -Second Act ot Heroism
Saved Lives and" Prevented Se
rions Accident on the Scout
Washington. Oct. 4. ? For the sec
ond time In his life, John King, a
water tender on the U. S. S. Salem,
was today awarded a medal of honor
for extraordinary heroism by the
Navy Department. '
King was in charge of the feed
water Oa the Salem at Hampton
Roads on the afternoon -of September
13. when an accident occurred to one
of the boilers. His action in the
emergency hea been. found by the- do
partment saved the ship from a more
serious accident. He not only mani
pulated the machinery eo as to pre
vent a more serious aecftient, but ren
dered aid to others In peril at the risk
of his own life. In addition to the,
medal King- has been grained ~g gra
tulty of 9100.
King's first medal was granted for
a similar act of heroism on board the
Vicksburg In 1901.
"x-' In connection with the accident on
the Salem. W. T. Bancroft will re
ceive a letter of commendation from
the Secretary pf the Navy, and
George Damer, Thomas Davis, Chaa. ,
E. Brings, Michael M. O'Connell. Wil
liam J. Ouinee and James A. -Ryan,
all enlisted men. will be credited with
TI?: GINNKRS REPORT.
The cnttoa -glnners report up to
September 25, gives 2,562,000 bales.
TW?-?.port will compare with 2,582,
000 bales ginned up to September 25,
last year, when the crop was 13,800.
000 baler, and 2,355,000 In 1S05-6,
yhfifl thfi frftft,wu jn.<n nno .Tniu
HOWE'S GREAT LOXDOX SHOWS
Memcrie* of Vouth Awakened? Our
Roys and Girls Juat Like Their
Parents Were. "
There is no tiling more pathetic on
earth than the urchin who stands
outside the big tent, views his com
panions blithely pass before him. to
*nter pararilr"\ while ail tlma tho
has not been able to muster- the price
of admission.^ lie may grow up la
ter to be a great and good mac, and
become president of the United
States, but he does not care tot that
now ? he- would give all his chances
1n this world for the possession of the
put him face to face with tho glee
some, fleasnme babboon. 1/ _you meet
any ^uch wistful hangers-on at the
outer pale of the land of heaj?a-de
slre and are moved by the memories
of your youth to paa* hlm;nTyml will
do a butter, deed thaji If you found
iiixu ? In tha street, hungry, and fod
hlm, for he will digest the meal and
need another before long, but a. cir
cus is worth missing many meals to
?M. ' ?
r ?0 go to THe cirrus, and cfdrTt DfT
so ashamed of wanting to^go'that you
make the excuse that you are going
Just to take care of the chlldren."*Xd
mlt that you like It. Go and. eat pea
nuts, and laugh at the clowns* and
feel young and^happy again. Tfie
clown Is another test. He will be, to
all Intents and purposes, the flrft
clown that you ever saw; and he will
have thers4me jokes; but If ?ou at
tend In the proper spirlCy yotf will k(
so laugh In the same old places. The
elown la not meant to minister to
your sense of hjmu>r; his Is the high
er function of' testing the degree ot
yduth which you retain. ?
Howe's Great London Shows are
coming for -t,wo exhibitions on Tues
day, October II.
*?fce~?a?Mne was ?UghUy-damag?4
and the propeller arm vu smashed,
but Farman expects to m&ke repairs
In time to tako part In the closing
Rougleri affbr doing a trial round
-at-*-high level, aa preparation for^ the
wwtght contend went ny again with
his mechanic and covered four clr
m'lti 'tli> mwiiiliMlaft J?f .?htcK
steered the aeroplane to the center of
the field and encircled ? the judges'
stand, h? front 6f which he landed
mM veclferettS" applause. : , r
His passenger stepped on the
nsal m. wniafi rtpiirftfi bin
in* 174 1
They made, the four
mm news ? -
f KIGKERS COLUMN
Is to Start Saturday^
One Column Will be Devoted to
Mr. Kicker to Kick at Things
Generally? All Latitude Will be
The Dally News realizing the im
portance of the ''kicker" to every
community, has resolved to give them
opportunity to express themselves
by the use of printer's ink.
Beginning next Saturday and each
Saturday following, a column in the |
Daily News will be devoted exclusive
ly to* those desiring to kick about |
things generally, and will be headed
"The Kicker's Column." '
The "Kicker" will ho given I.. I
tude desired, so he does" not "use more
than the column. He can kick about
how the city is run, about social af
fairs, streets, electrjc lights, fire
alarmB, civic improvements- ? he will
be confined to no ope particular sub
let ? heeanjwrt-kJekaflho wants to. j
There is hardly a day that passes
someone does not call at the office}
with some grievance ? what they j
would say or do if they Were running '
a newspaper. In ordeY to give allj
these full sway and wishing to relieve
their battles. The News has decided
to give all such frte space. ? The man
agement thinks this the best way to
solve the problem, so all wishing to
publish their wants ?nd dont's, now's
tho opportunity. Copy should be in
the office Friday afternoon before, to
avoid the rush. , ?
All articles must be signed, but the
name will not be published unless so
desired. " . .
the Red Men
Tau'Tribe, No. 18, Improved Order]
of Red Men. at*>nded the First Prea- I
byterian Church Sunday evening In aj
body, Rer. H. B. Searight. the pas- j
tor, delivered lo Lhe order a
scnaon. The -discourse was instroe-:
tlve and thoughtful, and. all present!
greatly enjoyed tke services. The!
music was one of the features. About I
65 ^members of thl ggg jjjgtotol ?? j
with our citizens aud is doing a groat
work in Washington.
A Guldsboro Voutl Wanted (o
be a Desperado ? Now in-.
? finlrinlmrn. firr ?? ? After reading
ttva ftjivftntnrp-. ni Nick Carter and
how Be SnaVlT Bucceeded In landing
"Bloody Pete' in Jail, after a long
chase around the world. "Cat"
TWrpcW". it'yomn oi tfiTs "city 7 "was ar
rested and lodged" In jail on the
L'lmrgu or Bteaimg ptitnis from aei
eral parties lir the city. The youthful
criminal Informed the authorities
day tnat ne stole the pistgls for the
purpose of holding up some one and
relieving them of their valuables and
then .see If h? tould have better suc
cess than "Bloody Pete." When ar
rested he had four pistols on his per
pon, all loaded, arid seemed to t&ink
that he was a hero, bufwheh he
heard the heavy IKoH door of his cell
close and realized that he was in Jail,
between bqHs he. itated' that be wna
satisfied that pete's profession was
not the line he was looking for.
r.'uyt":;' j?? '? r ?'?'
The Dlllr'row* kifllttOwledgM ,tfce
rocotpt Of the ?l|<nrtB|rtirtttjrmnr'
Mr. *oa Mm. Jo Jin Plnkln
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of tbejr daughter, f
Mr. /t>avld Itobert Cufler
Wednesday October- girth. an.
hundred and nilie"
-t-*;.1''1,- - s -TnTi
Halrds Croek, N. C.
The groom-elscrii engaged In the
bfcyrle business In thls Mty:^
_ PUM ^rii Tur
Ufttl UttL t tit
. . | .
Judge Waddell Enters His De
cree in the Famous Case aficT
| Will Name Special C6unsel to
| Represent Receivers,
. - ^ i .
I Judge Edmund Waddlll, Jr.. of the
j Federal court, Saturday ifiornlng ren
j d?red a decision in the Xorfolk and
J Southern Railway receivership mat
ter, allowing the filing of the- petition
of Fergus Reld, of NeW York, a min
ority stockholder, who sought to stay
p. sale of tho properties pending iae
investigation of the financial affairs
of the corporation by a special mas
tor to be named by the. court, but the
, onrt hnwprrr thnr ?
of sale should be entered forthwith
as desired by the owners and set next
Saturday, In Richmond, as the time
for hearing arguments upon the pro
posed decree of sale as already pre
sented by counsel. _
In this-comrecllbh Judge Waddlll
said that In directing the sale of the
railroad property lt--im?tlJbe done
with all of the rights of petitioner
Reld reserved and further^ihat such
a saie will be subject togny rights
and Interests that may appeal to the
-eourt after the investigation snail
have been made.
Judge Waddill further announced
that the receivers of the iSorfolk and
Southern would be continued In office
pending the coming Investigation and
that special counsel will be named to
appear and represent the receivers
during the financial Investigation. At
torney Robert B. Tunstall, represent
ing. Petitioner Reld, urged that such
special counsel for the receivers be
named without delay. ?
Yesterday morning Attygney Tun
stall argued for a continua?#B for 30
days _of the entering of llii.i'fciireeot
sate, or,- until ' suefftlme as the de
fendants shall have answered the pe
tition of fils client fully. TJxe court
was adverse to a long delay. Coun
sel for Petitioner Reld then gave no
tice to the court that he. would appear
In Richmond Saturday October 9 . and
[ urge the? immediate "appointment of
j special eotiRsel-for~tlre receivers.
I All questions pertaining to a post
I ponement of a decree of sale by the '
j court were strongly objected to by j
| Attorney fig warrl R
[He said that tho proposed decree of \
( sale had already "been prepared and]
I was ready for the court. In an-!
nounclng-his decision tho Judge said j
he felt as if he was acting for the 56SE]
\ interests of the owners of the prop
j crty and the great majority con
1 rerned ? J
Special Music at
Tfro music at thft ffjHHTh.l
Sunday morning and ? evening ? I
been highly complimented., "in addir j
tfciij' to the regular , music rendered by
the chplr, Miss Mabel Jone>, of B?rk- 1
^v-y.-'VTt. r unmiitw oT"TO:.;-t?gorge~liT
Jones, formerly of this city, gang
solos at bpth 'services. Her rich full
soprano received many enconiums.
:LarKe congregations attended both I
Report Tonight |
The lolloping- letter been re-|
ceived by.JJayor C. H. Sterling frojnJ
Mr. Wy P- Hiltoffl^jrbicii explains jt-]
' self. k -
Norfolk, V? . Sept. 30. 1?0?.
Hon^C. H. Sterling, Mpyor.
Washington. N. tJ. r-' > B
1 -Dear 'Sir: ' . , /
tain verification with pureTrt|wi^ ot
bonds issued - by ycTur pi# regar<^n?
Important matters concerning
I them, and. Vill also( have (o wait for
some Information along ttyla tj*me;
[line fr<fm > Ofta nf thA Vflw~ iMrk
I had expected to be w$t*;you M(jn
nik iiign i, out tne atAtemmt "eahnot
go closed until the abtm} setters. aro
heard- from and. as I see Utiow, I ?)..
it *111 Kr Joaw^^tor me
- WELL ATTENBEfl
Enthusiastic for Road
Citizens from All Along the Pro
posed Mattamuskeet Route Are
in City to Discuss Ways and
Means to Secure Rttad.
The citizens of Washington. Bath,
Bath toWfTshlp. Hunjers Bridge, and
other points on this side of the river,
met at the courthouse today at noon
to consider the proposition of the
Governd^ and Council of State, rela
tive to the construction of the Mat
tamuskeet HaiTroad from Belhaven to
this city. . The meeting was first
called for 10 o'clock, but owing to
some delay in boats reaching here by
that hum' llm HHitii.f, it pustiJuui'd
until 12 o'clock*
?Quite a large delegation from all
parts of the country between Wash
ington and Belhaven were present
and took an active part in- the delib
HtlOM.^- * :
Mr. W. D.- Grimes was called to the
chair and Messrs. W. K. Jaeobson
and James L. Mayo, made secretaries.
The chair requested that Captain
George J. Studdfert state the object of
the meeting. He responded with *
speech full of enthusiasm and Infor
mation for these present. He told of
what the State required of our people
if they wished to secure the road,
that while the burden was heavy we
could win If we would. He said that
if every man in Washington and Bath
township did their full duty in this
railroad matter, the task would not
be light, -f?t. If all did a part, he
thought, the coming of the^read from
Belhaven to Washington via Bath
was assured. Captain Studdert sug-1
gested that Washington secure the
rights of way from Bath to Washing
ton and Bath secure the rights of
from that town to BSlhayen.
Two maps were exhibited to the.
citizens and explained by the speaker.
These maps showed the route of the
proposed road. Thfe Speaker empha
sized the fact that the people must go
to work, said the meeting wasL not |
called for the purpose of securing i
inoTreyTfut sFmply to devise ways and
means looking toward the building
of the road and doing what we could
to meet the requirements of the1
Cjouncil of State.
V- ' W-5U.
rights of way would be given or stock .
would be accepted In payment, and
that some cash subscriptions could be'
had 1n his section.
Mr. T. A. Brooks, of Rath, thought
"tlire would be no trouble in securtng
the rights of way. and as for himself,
he expected to do all within "His power
to acewre the I'O&fl. 1 * "
M**. J ? D. ih )ii in Ravi- it -as Uij ujilil-'
ion that all the rights of way could
be had free of cost.
At this Juncture the chairman -re
quested Mr. Stephen C. Bragaw to
read the resolution passed by the
Council of State and to give It an ex
planation: ? Thin .MP. UragSw" did.'-Sx
plaluliig ffic resolution and what
would be required of the citizens re
siding along the route.
Cul, 11^ r*
Chamber of Commerce, announced]
U?e oommittee appointed by the
Chamber to cooperate with the people
of Bath township.
It was moved- that the re
quest Mr. T. A. Brooks, J. D. Eborn,
W. F. Wlnstead and.W. C. Kinlon to
set as a committee to confer with the
Right, of Way Committee of the
Chamber 4t Commerce. t ? V
Mr. J. F. Tayloe made a short talk.
Mr. W. F. Winstead also addressed
the meeting. Mr. E. A. Daniel ad
dressed those present upon the neces
sity of -building the road. He' was
followed by W. K. Jaeobson, E. W
"Myers SncI'TJorWooif L. 81mmonS.
A meeting of ^he committee qythe
part of the Chamber of ?ofl?merce
and Bfcth was held and they passed
the following resolution:
? llMt B. fibora. "Mt: W. F
Winstead, Mr. C, J. Kinlon. -Dr. J. T.
Klcholson and Mr. T. A. Brooks are
requested to $all a-meetlng at or near
Bath township and to appoint, if nec
essary, another. cbmmittee to secure
the frights of way from'* Belhaven to
Jhth. H. C. . ?
fc1ff.Tr. DISTRICT MKKTINO.
The dlafHct meeting of the Char
itable brotherhood ipeets at Pantego
tomorrow In regular annuel deealon.
The dlatrlc* Include* all of Baa u fort
}?., - THE GEM Cl6sKI>.
' . <*?? Theater will ?* cloned
***** Saturday fttgfct on ?O0tnm t
of the cmlTal being here thla WMk.
Meiers. L._ IK. O'Connor and Jack
Mulford. proprietor* of the Qem, left
? THE REPORT
Said to Be Most Critical Situation
and One of Rare Occurrence ?
Confronts Southern Mills Be
cause of the High Price.
!? Charlotte. N. C . Oct (.?A <rll
ical situation and one of rare occur
rence confronts Southern cotton mills
because of the high price of raw cot
ton and unle8g?th?*r<? Is a rirridod drofr
in the price oK(he staple In less than
two weeks, according to Ex-President
S. B. Tanner, of the American Cotton
Manufacturers' Association. Southern
mills will he forced to shut down;
He declared that the mills are buy
tag prauiiallj uu iau um.un W
valling figures for the quotations on'
cotton goods atrd cotton yarns are
far too low today to leave any profit
to the manufacturer. Many of tlje
mills have some little cotton on hand
which thoy stored when cotton wits
bringing 10 and 11 cents, but these
stocks will shortly be exhausted.
President Parker, of the American
Cotton Manufacturers' Association,
has called a meeting of the board of
governors for Friday, October *8. in
Charlotte, to consider thp qn.mHon r>f
curtailment of production In order to
m^ke the present stocks of the mills
go as far as possible and to operate
^on high priced cotton at as little loss
as possible. The governors will also
select the place for tfie next meeting
of the association.
Washington, D. C-, Oct. 4. ? After a
-toar -months'* THcatfon the supreme"
Court of the United States convened
today for the term of 1909-1910. No
official business was transacted be
yond CEe admission of attorneys to
the bar. Tomorrow the call of the
docket will be begun and the presen
tation of arguments in contested
cases will be in order. Associate Jus
tice Moody is not expected to be able I
! to resume his work on the bench this I
! fall, being confined ?to his home by'
I illness, and it-Js likely that Justice';
^jia mto -
' on_ the bench the greater part of the
; term, as he also is in ill health. %
A number of interesting cases are
Jon the docket for the present term.
Foremost in public interest are the
railroad nate cases. Another case of
Interest is that of former Sheriff J.
F. Shipp, of Chattanooga. Tenn., and
his five co-dp fPTwirtri??. \vfio have thfst r
ultaU r.> it, ? hsftw i Mi|i.t'!iHr
tribunal to reve^ve_senience for con
tempi of court'in connection with the
lynching of the r.egro Jo&nson.
?nr. Kay n?n*r FuHk and Sustain
Valnful Injuries. .
On Saturday morning as the Ral
Mr. Ray Bailey. baggagemasterrin'
Jumping off. fell, bruising his knees'
bo badly that medical assistance was
necessary. He was sent to the Wash
VETERAN RKTVRNS HOME.
Mr. Selby Recover* Use of I/eft Eye (
For Which He "Was Treated.
Mr. J. W. Selby returned to hlBi
home in Aurora Saturday afternoon j
after several months In the city. Mr.
Selby has recovered the use of his
left eye for which he has been under
' going- treatment, and will return to
the cltyln a few weeks to have the
right eye treated. It Is -thought the
sight of this eye can also btj fully re
3TT. Ufelbf Wisher fo express to the
Daughters of the Confederacy his
thanks for the assistance rendered
by them to him.
?1FTS TO THE MlXM-.SOTA>
i^?w Yorli, Oct. 4- ? -A fcfindsnmB
silver wrlce^aga^a itandjrf min^a,
wero preson'ted to the battleship Hln
?Ho?t, M anchor In' the JfoMh-Wrar.
?today bjr a committee of prominent
cttUehs ot Minneapolis and St. Pyill
Tbe silver service JU one of the Uu-g*
est and moet elaborate even present
ed to any >hlt> of the revy. The cea
tral feature of the aet is a punch
^bowl aad plateau weighing more than
I of Uul
THE BIG SHOW
r- E* TB Tfr
; Opens This Evening
The Barkoot Amusement Com
; pany is Now Busy Erecting Its'
Tents ? For Benefit of Ocean
I Fire Company.
' Ti.*. Borkoot Amusement Carnivaf
i C ompany arrived here yest^day
, raora!:^ via the Atlantic Toast Line
from'Greenville. and will exhibit here
rstt-rhfs week. The different attrac
tions are now being erected on Mar
ket street from- Slain street out as
far as they go. Mr. K. G. Darkoot Is
the proprietor of the show, and he
has brought together Auite 'an aggre
gation of attractions. T'w m-nivnt
Is -highly endorsed and no doubt will
be llberalty patronized this week by
the citizens here and from afar.
Among the attractions are tjhe Fer
ris Wheel, the Merry-Go-Roun?b\DoI
letta. the Crazy House, Salome D^nce,
Old Plant at Ion _jiwse Jatnes, LlfeNof
Christ, -and the penny Arcade. Tne^
Four-in-Ou? Museum Is one of the v
features At tue big show. Twice a
day-^tfiVGay at 4:30 and 10:30 will
dire from a*tower?^02 feet high Into
a tank containing T\ feet of water.
turning a HHCkWard Bomersauit in hla
descent. Phoenix Bros, will give
aerial acts twice a day. ,
A band of 12 pieces with Angelo
Mummolo. director, wilt give open
air concerts about the grounds dally.
The carnival comes to Washington
under the auspices of tho Ocean Fire
Company. The firemen are making
an effort to purchase a new hose
wagon and they. hope to do so from
the proceeds of the carnival.
The shows will be In readiness for
tonight, and big crowds are expected
to attend the opening.
Local Candidates Expect fo At
tend to Receive Their
C. Kugler, Fred W. Ay- -
bardson an'd A. T. West
ie Institution of Khedive
Temple A. A- O. N. M. S\ in the city
of Norfolk, iomorrow evening, when
C. H. Itirhardeon, A. T. West, G. T.
Leach, F. C. Kugler. will be candi
dates for the degree.
A special tar from Xcw Bern to
Nimuik i,u.- ^ Norfolk and South-1
ern has ?een provided for the Shrln
ers. They expected to"* return
Wednesday. . White ia Norfolk the
S^riners will have headquarters
at the Montlcello Hotel.
Two Logical ?
T alks YesterHay
F. Finney, Southern Secre
Brotherhood of St. An
drew. spoTce-at St. Peter's Episcopal
Church yesterday morning to a large
and appreclati^ audience. His ad
dress was very Interesting from start
to finish. He in? pressed all with his
earnestness. His taik showed his en
thusiasm for the work In which he la
engaged. ? It was highly enjoyed.
Sondar afternoon at 3 o'clock, Mr. ?
Finney addressed 'the Young Men's
Christian League. Those present
were highly elated with the address.
It was thoughtful and logical. " The
speaker made a 1 astro IT impression
upon his hearers. The music was a
Mr. Finney's coming to Washing
ton was anticipated with pleasure by_
all OU'r people, ""and he measured up
fully to their expectations. Ho will
be welcomed at all times.
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