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NEW BERN CRAVEN COUNTY. N. C, FRIDAY. MARCH 23 1906. FIRST SECTION.
Given Headship of Great Canadian
Leave, liffnortant Vacancy In A. It Col-
lege. Pa tonal - nahlyh Cltj At
torney and News and Observer
Rcpreteiilatlvj Have Street ;
Special to Journal, ;T ; " "
Raleigh, . March 21. Prof H. II
Hume of the A & M. College,- and the
Department- of 'Agiicalture baa fin-
nounced his resignation to accept the
position of head in the new MacDonald
College of St. AnnaDe Beltevue, near
Montreal, in Canada, not far from the
place of his birth. This moans the
headship of a colle e that has millions
back of it, a complete equipment
and an endowment that runs up to the
millions, which are aecured by Sir Wil
liam MacDonald, one of the wealthiest
tobacconists in the British Possessions
lie will assume the duties of the. new
place after September first, of this
year, though the new school will not be
opened to the public before the fall of
1907. - . ' "
-. Joseph G. Brown a member of the
the American Bankers Association ex
ecutive council will attend the meeting
of that body. May 2nd in New York,
this being hiB third term as such an
officer. . - , s
City Attorney William B. Snow, and
Robert Li Gray, a staff member of the
Raleigh News and Observer, under
tress of feeling, had a short encounter
on Fayetteville stra t today because of
asperationa by the latter, which were
resented by Mr. Snow.; The affair took
place in front of the newspaper office,
and as the combatants came together,
Josephus Daniels of the paper, inter
fered. The matter was occasioned by
comments made concerning the trial of
the ill repute district yesterday.
Yanted to Buy
All Kinds of -
for CAB II or will handle on
consignment.7 Let me know
. your prices on what . you
havfr or will have. ; .
StEn ldittci, Jr.,
C ommisslon tiercbam
29 York St., Utica, N. Y.
m nt vtrn tJi'MMcn
I have puj chased the stock rf gener
al merchandise owned by Goo. S. Wil
cox, (.ieceased) at Bclliiir, N. C and
-will continue the husin -ps at the same
place. Mii Iittin W i'cox will man
age the bur-ines, with the asristance
.of Daniel I dne r.
Weexpctto carry a full line of
General Merchandise and sell at New
Hern prices. , "
We will toank all former patrons to
continue with us.
GUY S. LANE.
Sltre z:.! Loth Crbtzl
A Lot 65x100 feet, and
f a with ?,hed 12x40 feet.
ifitttion apj ly to
J. W. JORDAN,
Oriental, N. C.
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Its Importance and Personal Vindi
Thru Years el Effort to Destroy Man
Fearless In Discharge ol Public
Duty. Prevention of Cruelly to
Animals Association. Trol-.
. toy Company Wants
. , ". 1 . Franchlts. '
Greensboro, March 21. At a largely
attended meeting here last night of
parties interested in forming' a society
for the prevention of cruelty to animals,
it being discovered that there was no
State organization, the formation of a
local society was defer-ed and a com
mittee composed of Messrs. E. D,
Broadhurst, J. S." Betts, C, L. .Van-
noppen, R. WY Cooke and W. B,
iStreeter to prepare and secure a State
charter to be the North Carolina So
ciety Prevention' Cruelty, to Animals
and constitution and by-laws, governing
same in accordance with authority for
such organization under the code.
At a meeting of the Board of Alder
men last night E. J. Justice attorney,
made application for franchise for trol
ley car' company between High Point
and Greensboro, franchise havlnir been
obtained from county. ; Action was de
terred lor lack of. quorum. Justice
gave names of promoters as qeing
James H. Deans, Vice-President Amer
ican Pipe Company, Philadelphia, H,
Boyd Houch secretary same corpora
tion and J. W. Perry, Vice -President
City National Bank, Norfolk. . They
offer if franchise Is granted to obligate
under thousand dollar forfeit to begin
building road within six months, an-
complete same in three months there
after to High Point, a distance of six
teen miles.- ; - '
United States District Attorney IIol-
ton spent yesterday afternoon here re
turning home to Winston from Wash
ington, where he had been to answer
the charges filed against him by -Congressman
Blackburn before a special
Senate committee appointed to investi
gate them.' The unanimous recommend
iation of this committee that Holton's
nomination by the President be con
firmed and the fall down of those fight
ing his confirmation is row a matter of
historjC , .. :' ' '' -
Holton is a curious, man, While ap
pearing iron nerved.it has been well
known that he was greatly troubled
over the fight made on Jiim," touching
as it did, hia real y most sensitive point
pride in the conduct of his office and
hope for an endorsement of his record
is a capable and fearless official. The
ighton him began three years ago
when he first bearded in their den the
strongly entrenched forces of revenue
officials and distillers by indictm and
prosecuting to conviction and sentence,
Young Sprinkle and Angle of Rocking
ham and Cii8e.l rounties, revealing a
system of "graft," wnich ramified the
revenue circle f. seven States, and
came so uricomfrta''ly near depart
ment officer, that th term "reaching
higher u" na first used by this cor
refrpondent. In hia speech in defense
of the defendants in that case, Judge
Bynum did not ht-iate to charge that
it was imp: s ible for defendants to be
guilty of offens- charged "without
the active connivancp or criminal negli
gence of officers higher up in the rev
enue service." Holton did not stop
with that case but went on higher up;
until instead of storckvpeers and guag
ers and distillers alone being indicted,
he went "higher u" and.took in the
deputy collectors. And like a snow
ball gathering weight by every' turn,
the fight on Holton has gathered it tei -sity
by every new indictment, until
there are at least twenty-five promi
nent attorneys alone, now interested in
seeing that he be not confirmed, in
duty to clients whose fees they had
taken to defend them' against indict
ments, which only Holton could with
experience prosecute. - Having left the
distillers, after the Young and Angle
case, and taken a step higher up by
going for the store-keepers and guag
ers, and from them taking a higher
step and going for the deputy collec
tors, the interest.ng question now is,
"1 the man crazy enough to attempt
to "go up" still and bag bigger than
even a Congressman'"
Today this man of iron nerve and
heart showed deep feeling as well as
! the delight of a school boy over the re
lief from the heavy Btrain. What
sivmod to upset him worse, was the ev-
li lwe he had had from all over the
, St ite from men in every cull'ng of the
I h lief that jn the contest it was right,
J w nli he was champion'ng. 'I can'
Jike it as a personal vi:tory for
myself," he continually repeated. "It
means tliiit North Carolina believes a
j nt source of corruption exists and
Hi';.,i;U l.e l.r !,cn up, and that I have
hon.-.;t!y ps uii ':' ;. I (1f my govern,
ment aU' irj u l to da my duty and
their hnnils will uphold an honest
(, ;,ht in t ;To! to to hv. the law obev-
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Governor and Party of Pennsylva
nians Pass Through.
Chsrges Against Frazler Fully lovattlgatad.
Convocation Meeting. Injunction Suit
In Paving Contract Senator' -Daniol
to Maks Mtnolal Ad- .
dross to Elks.'
- . . (Special Correspondence. )"
' Greensboro, March": 22. A special
train of seven cars passed through here
at. 8 45 last night -conveying .. Governor
Pennypacker and party of ' Pennsylva
nia to-Vicksburg,; Miss., to attend an
unveiling ceremony.': In the party
were many -members of the G. A. R.
and richly epauletted "peace soldiers",
members, of Governor Pennypacker's
staff, The party took supper here and
seemed to be out on pleasure bent.
Po8tofflce Inspector C. B, Keen re
turned to Washington last night having
completed his investigation of the
charges which were filed in Washing'
ton against . Dr.; C. P. Frazier whose
confirmation for- postmaster here has
been held up for some time.
St Barnabas Episcopal Church was
well filled last at the first Bervice of the
Convocation meeting, which begins its
regular session today. " Revi E. A. Os
born, Archdeacon f the Convocation
conducted the service assisted by Rev
Guignard. The sermon was preached
by Rev A. R. Berkely, of vayodan,
who has been recently called to the
rectorship of St Barnabas parish but
who is still considering the call.
The city has retained Messrs.' Sted-
LmM, and Cooke td assist City Attorney
Strudwkk in contesting the injunction
secured by E. J Justice, attorney for
property holders who have had pay ntent
on the street paving held up on the
ground of imperfect work and' extra
vagant prices. It is said ; that in the
event thn charges made in the' com
plaint of negligence of duty, if not of
corruption against Chairman of Street
Committee Hunter and City Engineer
Potter are not sustained by . the Judge,
these officials will bring a libel suit
against the complainants in the peti
tion, Messrs. C. D. Benbow and B. H.
Morrison, Mr. T. H, Lasley, of Chatta
nooga, president of the Southern Pav
ing and Construction Company ,t which
is doing the vitrified brick paving here,
left last night returning to Chattanoo
ga, it is understood that the company
will deny every allegation made by the
parties who brought the injunction and
will allege that itis doing work in a
dozen cities similar to that being done
here and no trouble has arisen. ...
A letter was received yesterday by
Mr. David Dreyfus, exalted ruler,
Greensboro Lodge No. 602 B. P. O. E.
from Senator John W, Daniel, of Vlr
ginia, containing his acceptance to an
invitation to deliver the annual memo
rftl address to the Elks in this city
next December. During his stay in
Greensboro he will be the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Dreyfus on St. Washington
kludge Boyd yesterday received . a
tatter from Circuit Judge Nathan Golf,
stating that he had been assigned to
preside at the trial of Congressman
Blackburn which would be tried April
Have you weakness of any kind
stomach, back, or organs of the body?
Don t dope yourself with ordinary medi
cine. Holiister s Kocky Mountain Tea
is the supreme curative power, 35
cents. Sold by F. S. Duffy.
: . Loco . '
. March 21.
We are having it quite rainy again
and its bad for those who have colds.
Elder Job Smith, who has been sick
for quite awhile is improving very slow
ly. Mr. Needham While of Polloks-
villef gladdened his heart 'very much
Monday with his presence and Christian
conversation ' .
Our school closed the 16th with much
regret to some of the pupils, especially
Miss Sidney Higgins, who wishing to
lose no time has gone over in Jonta to
attend that school, 1
Miss Nannie Higgins who had been a
welcome visitor at Olivers for two
weeks, returned home Saturday, ac
companied by her brother Manly and
wife. Their presence was a source of
happines to the family of E. J. Hig
eins, as it was their first trip since
Mr. Byrus Rigg9 of Silverdale spent,
Saturday night at he home of G. W.
Smith. II ib grand uuughter, Miss Etta,
returned home with him.
Mrs Maud Collins, of Jones, viaited
her grand father, Elder Job Smith,
Sunday. He rejoiced to see her and
talked of days gone by when she used
to help nurse him while sick
Mrs. Noreis Collins, of Jones ounty,
vmited her son Roily at this place Sun
day. Wer.'Brry to learn of Mrs. It'n.i
Gilleu's nii-knosa. Hope u),e will tie
(lilt l" ;i ! Hoori-
MRS. LONG WORTHS THANKS
Tht Whits HouM Brldt Sands a Nlct ,Noto
' , ' el Ackaowjtdgsmtnl to Mr. ,
Mrs. Robert Hancock sent as wed
ding present to Hon." and Mrs Nicholas
Longworth a richly and beautifully
I cmuroiuerea soia piuow. inn yawciu
j was purchased in Boston and. the em
broidery work was exquisitely perform
ed Dy Mrs. Clyde Benton, ine louowing
letter of acknowledgement waa re
ceived this week : yT- ' J :
Washington, D. C, March 16, 1906.
My Dear Mrs. Hancock : "-
Mrs. Longworth appreciates very much
jthe beautiful embroidered cushion you
sent her and thanks you very mm h for
your kind thought of her. !; "J
--;''.V . Yours truly, ,1
' V NICHOLAS LONGWORTH. ,
Have you pains in the back, , ififlain
mation of any kind, rheumatism, faint
ing spells, indigestion or constipation,
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes
you well, k eps you welL 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Sold by F. S. Duffy. . :
We have been having a great deal of
ran recently, causing the farmers to
be much behind in their work, v "
sir Freeman Hawk, of Allentown.
Pa , president of Pine Lumber Co of
New Bern spent a few hours here last
Mr B E Williams spent a few hours
in New Bern Monday. :
Mr E S Ballenger spent Tuesdays in
New Bein.. ".. '",' v
' Mr J E Hank was down to see ui
again Saturday. " , :
Miss Bessie Morton, who has lean
home on the sick list since last week,
has returned and resumed her duties as
teacher at this place.
' Mrs Bettie Whaley and son of New
Bern, spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs H W Bell.
Mrs Emily Charlotte, of New Bern,
is spending a few weeks in our berg.
Miss Nannie Hardison returned from
New Bern-Sunday after spending a
week with her sister Mrs Ballard. .
Mr . W N. Sammona made a flying-
trip to Jacksonville Monday.
Mies Bessie Bell, of New Bern, spent
Saturday and Sunday with her parents
Mr and Mrs H W Bell. . - ,. .
Rev Isler filled his regular appoint
ment here Tuesday night -
Mr Ed Littleton has returned from
Hawk-Side, where he went to see his
parents :. '; ; r-
Mr B I Ebro spent Tuesday in New
Bern. " - !
Messrs Bert and Brent Williams, . C
W and Ben Hardison spent Saturday at
New Bern. . .
Rev Daughty filled his regular ap
pointment here at Freewill Baptist
Finest print butter, 30 cents per
pound. Coast Line Market
yinol Guaranteed by Physicians and Over
Two Thousand loading Druggists . , .
as tho Bast Strength Cm ' '
stor Knows to Man. - ...
This is because Vinol is the latest
scientific production of the greatest
tonic rebuilder the world had ever
known, namely, cod liver oiL 4
In Vinol the system-clogging, nau
seating oil is eliminated, and the me
dicinal, curative elements known to
exist in the cod's liver are administered
in a highly concentrated form, there
fore, a preparation containing all these
medicinal, curative and body-building
elements, free from oil or grease, must
be the best strength creator possible to
produce. . '.
In Vinol you know what you are tak
ing, for -everything it contains is named
on the back label of every bottle.--
This is why Vinol is so unqualifiedly re
commended by physicians and guaran
teed by over two thousand of the lead'
teed by over two thousand ol tn lead- frUM1ted by the ladies seeking the
ing druggists of the United States aa a'gtyles of the pretty sh rt waist hats,
body-builder and strength-creator for There were the morning hats in their
old people, weak women, puny child ( neat and attractive arrangements and
ren, after sickness and for all pulmo- pkm BaiiorBt representing the latest
nary diseases. The doctor knows what effecta m Frencn miHinery for the
he is giving and the patient knows coming season.
what he is taking. : I In the beautiful display of childrens
Our leading druggist, Mr. ; F. S. naU were ieghorn8 trimmed in small
Duffy, says, "We sell Vinol on a posi- flowers chiffon Bnd ribbona making a
tive guarantee mat it is ana win ao au
we claim lor it or reiuna money wun-
out question. .
This in itself proves the truth of all
statements published about Vinol in
this paper." ' F. S. DUFFY.
Smoked Salmon at Oaks Market
Death Rate In Kw York And Chlcigs
1!).)3, one fifth of the
detha in New
York and CM n;ro were from pneu-
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SECOND ESCAPE RETURNED
Suspicion; Cast at Klnttoa Proves Another
' Mas. Pursuit Continues. '
About 2 a. ra., yesterday, the depu
ties Williams' and Holton in pursuit of
the escaped Craven county jail prison
era, located two 'of the men at the
house of Fleming' Johnson, about 14
miles from here, in Pamlico county.
Johnson is the , father-in-law of Ed
Banks. As the deputies entered the
house, Banks and Douglas ran out the
rear way and into the barn, and there
Douglas tried to hide in a stack of corn
husks, but was pulled out with the help
of a rake and pitch fork. Banks dash
ed away into the woods, was fired upon
but entering the swamp could not be
pursued in the darkness.
Deputy White went to Kinston? yes
terday upon Word sent here that Cor
nelius Staton, another : escape was
there. The man taken into custody at
Kinston proved upon examination to be
Charlie White, a former employe of the
Rlades Lumber .Co. He had teen at
Dover and went up to Kinston the day
before. Of course he was not detained.
Punta Gorda Items.
We extend greetings to our friends
Bogue and hope this letter finds them
all well. ";'.-;'.
There has been but little news of in
terest here. The sad death of the
young wife of Capt-- Parker of which
we wrote last week. She was well
liked in our town and we all will miss
Fishing is again dull. Some boats
get quite1 gooeVh&uls but there are not
many of them. R. H. Weeks came in
one day last week with 5800 pounds of
fish on board. This was the haul we
have had at one time.
The East coast crowd has returned
and although they have all been
roasting-' Vnnta Gorda, we notice
that they are all glad to get back to
the old town in the spring.. ' ,
Capt E. Weeks went down today on
the Sharpie Parrott Capt. Rigdon
Weeks took a crowd down on the lum
ber schooner Vigilant last Sunday a
The boating season is at hand and one
can see lots of them coming or going
all the time. ,
On fie Wing.
It pours the oil of life into your sys
tem. It warms you up uid starts the
life blood circulating. Thats what Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35
cents, Tea or Tablets. Sold by F. S.
Duffy. - .
Rev. Geddie preached a good sermon
at Queens Creek church Sunday. In
the text found in Matt III; 11 and 12.
Mr Clyde Morton, publisher of the
Jacksonville Enterprise had a bad acci
dent a few days ago being burnt by an
explosion. He was laid up and the pa
per did not appear last week. V '
Misses Sarah Trott and Laura Eu-
banksof Deppe, are visiting relatives
Mr. W H Willis carried B F Willis to
Jacksonville last week, to consult with
a physician. : .
Our friend George Ennett, of New
Bern, was a visitor in this section one
day last week. ' v'
MrW F Gilbert the hustling repre
sentative of the Journal, waa in in our
town last week.
We wish to call Congressman Thomas'
attention to that appropriation for the
improvement of New River which he
promised four years ago. There is need
of that improvement and it will pay
Everybody desires to see it done.
Simmons & Hollowetl's Opening
. - . Continued.
Yesterday the millinery department
of Simmons A Hollowell's store waa
picturesque creation for the wearer.
Married in Reelsboro
Reelaboro, March 22. Mr. Allen
Dixon of this place and Miss Bessie
Dixon of Bairds Creek, were married
at the home of the brides parents Wed
nesday evening. The groom is one of
the leading young men of his town and
Lv. e is very popular among all,
both young and old. The have the
best wishes of many friends.
Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis
cuit home-made. They will be fresher;
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the house
wife to produce at home, quickly and eco
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised
hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer
cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does
not compare. .
Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.
ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
"OPENING" IS SPRING SIGN.
It was a picturesque scene at Bar
foot Bros store yesterday. Blossoming
on long stems, like rare American beau
ties or chrysanthemums, the hats nod
ded and swayed like flowers in an en
chanted garden. : The entire store was
decorated in evergreens and in the milli
nery department the various flowers
vied with each other in beauty and
color as they hung gracefully on the
walls in numerous Bhaped designs.
There were hats done in fine braids
trimmed in maline, forget-me-nots and
roses. There were others as lacy in
..b-w,,, ,,u.e of Pollocksville, were in the city yea
pink and lavender plumes, as fragile as terday.
oca ouciin. I
The neapolitan and Fifth Ave. shapes
were-much in evidence and milan j w,
straws. ; The sailor is the great hat of Mr. Wade Meadows is at home from
the Beason, there are shown in any nunvthe University of Virginia for a few
ber of shapes and In all braids, both days.
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design with high bandeau of velvet and
silk and velvet flowers. , , .
Quills and wings are particularly
lish and ostrich is used liberally. As
to shades the most desired are old rose!
and gray. There were many exquisite
dress goods patterns on 'exhibition and
all the latest style shoes.
The Silver Dagger.
The popular DePew Burdette Stock
Company will open an engagement of
one solid week, commencing next Mon
day night, when they will present forthe
first time hee, "The Silver Dagger."
The company isj said to be one of the
strongest organizations playing at
popular prices, and no old pieces are
rehashed and produced under new titles,
as is often the case with repertoire
companies.. . v.:.Vv;-;
Among the more prominent polite
vaudeville "turns" presented between
the acts are: The inimitable' Thos. E.
DePew, everybody's favorite comedi
an; Miss .Minnie DuPree, America's
foremost, buck and wing dancer, hold-j
ing the Richard K. fox gold medal lor
having . won the terpsichorean cham
pionship at Madison Square Garden,
New York city last summer for the
third time. Although Miss DuPree is
gifted with an attractive stage pres-j
ence and a
magnetic personality, ner
ition as an fartiBte is due
principally to her hard work and efforts
to make the best of eveiy opportunity.
Next come the Pepper twins, funny
mimics and sketch artisU, and some
others, seaunowon sale at Waters'
. March 22.
If March did come in like a lamb, it
has got to be a lion and two weeks yet
to roar in, and if it continues to in
crease In fury it will go plum crazy in
a few more days.
; Mrs. N. J. Brothers entertained Mrr.
Jas Wooten and children of LaGrange
The Southern Express Co. has put up
an office here, glad of it as it will save
many a drive to Trenton.
The head violinist in the Cove String
Band imitates the singing of tie Mock
ing bird so perfectly that it is no un
usual thing to see mocking birds flying
about the window on moonlight night',
when the band is playing the Mocking
Shad are scarce and high this season,
our R. F. D. man brings In a few and
sells them like hot cakes at a Dutch
Mr. K. M. Harris left last Saturday
for Macon, Ga., where be vill make
his home and he will be folio ed by the
J genuine food wishes of. hi many
friends in Cove nn I specially by the
Indies whose a linir;.tim he lias for the
niiii Wnl iitttn!. inn lie lias ulways pnid
thi'iri s well in for ins aMr .tlve
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THEY COME AND GO.
Mrs. R. S. Primrosft left yesterday
for Baltimore accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. McGrady.
, Mr. W. A. Mcintosh returned from
a business trip at Salisbury and Greens
Mr. Marvin Meecham, of Kinston, left
for Newport yesterday. ' "
Mr. George T. Farnell, of Bayboro,
clerk of the Superior court of Pamlico
county was in the city yesterday.
Mr. C. P. Morton and family have
removed to their former home in Blades
after a short residence here:
Me8ar8i T Belland John pearC6t
Rev. T. P. Noe, of Beaufort, is in
Among the guests registered at the
Chatta wka Vest eWav were' irTrtMn.
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Eliz beth City ; M. P. Hatch, Wilming-
sty-'r?D' MasK, uoiusooro; S. Al.
Among the arrivals at the Hazelton
yesterday were: A. M. ' Mattocks, Ori-
ental; W. H. McDonald and J. T. Liet-
ner, Norfolk. ,
- Dr. A. T. Pendleton, of Elizabeth
City, was in the city last night
New York Cotton Market.
The following were the opening and
closing prices on the New York Cotton
Exchange, March 22.
Open High Low
10.93 1108 ' 10 90
11.00 1103 10 91
10 39 10 43 10.33
Last year, 23,262. '
EASTER GIFTS NOW
Something different, so me
thing beautiful, Something
USeiUl. SOmetHing new. We
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are prepared tO delight VOU
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Our line Of lOVely China
arl(4 rnafiv nHHitiAnal itomo
ana many .aaoixionai, items
in our house supply depart
ment. New goods just re
ceived, SELECT YOUR
EASTER GIFTS NOW
WATERS CHINA STORE.
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f e V -A l T it 23 Years.
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