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Swept Ity Flames.
Ml. Tamalpoi Park and Summer
Residence Doomed -('it ion
In Imminent Hunger.
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( lean Sponge.
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tinn miiv l remraieu iy euanm
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plaro fih supply or ooraa w
indtonUiue the ,rwc8 until the
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It-ally the Whole Thing.
; on wi iniin care in her erlti
I of n'lti-r in that she look well.
luichr-t. r I'nion.
I Takes KITect in DiHtrict
Washington, 1). C. No woman in
WanhingUin i able to buy her ho If any
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n . . ... , iiiwh.hiiiih onus, uu it nniu
aan rrancisco I Measure Kcsortl,o"tr"nK' "'! or traight. For the
nrsi tune in history the District or
(Columbia, ao far as women are con
cernuil, went dry, largely because of
activity of Si-nator Jonei, of WaahinK
ton. The Joni'-Work li(juor bill went
into effect July 1. Under ita reatric
tiona no liquor can be aold directly to
women in botch, reatauranta, or tlite
whore. At hoteli women with eacorta
may have drinka aerved with their
meala, but not otherwise.
liy inHtitutinx another filibuater in
the senate Jones fortified his bill to
the extent that he is now, Kinle-hand-cd,
preventing the sale of liquor to
women in rextaurants, aummer gar
dens and similar establishment, and
in these places women are not able to
be served, even when escorted and
when seeking drinka with meala. The
bill providea that no such resort ahall
sell to women until it has been exam
ined by the excise board. The law re
quire the apMiintmenl oi a new ex
cise board, the old one having gone out
of existence June 3D, but Senator
Jonea is holding up the nomination of
the board recently appointed by the
'resident. Thi make it impossible
at thi time to grant special licenses
to restaurants to sell to women under
the same conditions a hotels, and un
til an excise board i confirmed res
taurants and summer gardens must
servo only aoft drinka to women
Senator Jones' filibuster ia due to
the fact that one member of the board,
appointed by the President, appeared
before congress in opposition to the
Jones- Work bill. Senator Jone
maintain that a man who publicly op
posed the bill is not fit to enforce it.
FIGHT TO DEATH
200,000 Former Friends
In Deadly Conflict.
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UM Ur School
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l....u. att. llaa.iua
Tilt n-1 1 H ' I'l Itiott, OfnM
ti. Il.-l-u. Hall
Queer I i n) on Coif linka.
IWm "iippn-aching one oi tne
m on An y. County Mlilare, Ire
, pilf ln;k during n recent week.
!jli.ic.;t into the lurr wun ner
IL uncarUic! a et of lalse leem.
Pi woman never cease, to wnnnnr
t her Imbaml did with the 13 he
;!ut we. k. l'liiUdephia I-edgcr.
AISTFLY KILLER CTSrKSS
" "W'VJnTI !.. all
"VA'x.-'Vl' I a-W.-aa
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fCt-r' 'Il IMa.a aarMa.
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ktHJt SMMI.MS, U
iMkaia a. a i . a.
fthon woiild'sl be happy and aie
ihr family, above all thing ob-
v il Nciphne. r.veryone in u
M know their duty; and there
ild h a time and place for every-
g; ami whatever elsa la done or
tted, be sure to begin and end with
San Francisco, Thursday Five men
are retorted to have been burned to
death on the Larkspur side of Mount
Tamalpais. A correspondent of the
Associated I'ress talked with men who
said they saw the live CHrried away on
stretchers toward Mill Valley.
1 he report that the Mount Tamal
pais lire had swept into the big red
wood grove, Muir Wsda, was con
firmed here at midnight. Immediate
ly a train was assembled and hundreds
of lire fighters were dispatched to join
those nov striving to save the big
trees. The great grove is one of the
noted show place of the slate.
The women and children of Mill
Valley are standing in terrorized
group in tho street, clutching a few
of their moat precious belongings, and
watching the approach down lllythe
dale Canyon of the Mount Tamalpais
lire. The husbands ami father, aided
by 20(11) men from the army and navy,
are battling bravely to check the
Humes. At another point K0U civilians
are fighting (lame.
The fire, which had been considered
no longer dangerou early in the day,
was whipM'd into action by the after
noon breeze from the sea, and it
raged down the canyon, leaping the
burned-out path of the backfire, until
at 9 o'clock it wa.i reixirted a mile and
threecpiarter of a mile from the
town. The wind slackened toward
Girl niuht. which cave somo hope, but
lu..ll..ra in I hi mnvnn were ordered to
abandon their home.
Kcnidciit of the whole district spent
a long day of extreme anxiety
Amonir the noteworthy properties
threatened was the country estate of
Kalston Uivell White, known as the
"Cardcn of Allah," which is valued at
1, 000,0110. The estate I in charge
of Mr. William Tierney, a young wo
man whose husband i with the fire
fighter. Sho refused to leave her du
ties as caretaker.
Three automobile in the garage
were left to their fate for lack of any
nn to drive them to aafety. The val
uable paintings, tapestry and some of
the furniture, were removed. Much
of the prize iu!try had to be aban
The fire in Haltimore Canyon also is
reported to have leaped a trench dug
to halt it. It i said that about 80"
civilians are making a desperate stand
against thi fire, w hich threaten the
town of forte Madera and Larkspur.
An entirely distinct fire has started
down Kedwood Canyon and is charg
ing on the Muir forest of Sequoias.
Cottage near Muir Woods are burn
Bulgarian Have Advantage Ser
via SulTera More Than Dur
ing War With Turkey.
TO ISEEF YOUTH
and beauty to prevent wrinkles and "crow s.
feet" and deep black circles under the eyes
nothing is as good as
Dr. U7 A 7flTP ITT? DFCPniPTTnV
li Pierce's H; m m. u a.mujj.m.m. aavt
Give It a fair trial for banishing those distressing pains or
ralna on one'a vitality. Thi precription of Dr. Fierce' regulaUa all tn
avomanly function. It aradicatea and destroy "remale Complaint and
weaknesses that make women miserable and oln before their time, tvery girl
need it before womanhood. Every mother need it. It I an invigorating tonla
for the female system. All medicine dealera have o!d it with attraction, to
eustomera for the past 4') year. It is now obtainable In liquid or tablet form
at drugstore or end U) one-cent tamps for trial box, to K. V. rierce, cuaaia.
INDIAN PATRIOTISM WANES
Idaho Trihe Sad When Government
Forbidrt Sun Dance.
I'ocatello. Idaho Angered because
order to stop their annual un dance
came from Washington, 1000 tribes
men from the ron Jian inuian reser
vation, who had gathered at an Indian
farm ten mile east of here for a four
day observance of an ancient tribal
eustom. drifted back to the reservation
with all oatriotism gone from their
Thev nliinned to hold a Fourth of
July celebration as a wind-up to their
sun dance, but when the Great White
Father at Washington decreed that
they could no longer perform the un
dance, the fire of patriotism waned
Only tact and diplomacy on the part
nf tribal leaders prevented a demon
stration when the Washington order
FKIEDMANN LOSING GROUND
M trn iMe'oiiio akin affection If
r cult to ilia -nose nt tho outset, lie
'b snfe hide, therefore, and when
r tlin rklri Is Irritated use Tyrce'
IwpMf Powder Immediately and
4 fiirt'n r trouble, i&c. at drug
i. H-imt .. cent free by J. 8. Tyree,
mifct. v ,n illusion. I). C Adv.
Lie Alwaya More Active. '
:trange the truth never get the
'.circulation a lie doe. Florida
Most Important Func
ion and One to be Care
nn of i klilnor belna to
r tlm m,,.,i the juMitUm of treating;
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't'l dm fully. Instrad of lnur ati
M ki i, ,.y atlmiilniit th better plan
firiry Dm t,i,.l with an antidotal
''t mu ll nn ymi ot from B. 8. 8.
mn'.. l.i. reinumbarail that lh klil-
rn ti .i.l.i up (,f a fine net work nf
"1 v.- , !.i, n, it a to ptlmulata the
"il'iiiii iH-tivlty of kjilnar tlssua
'iRh this iiiiiiunrv net work ttiut
fl- 8. sIujws une of It most ramarkable
P mr'llclnnl vnlu of th eomponenta
3. R. am relatively lust a vital
My kl.'nry sctlon a lh outrlmena
Mnril from a-ruin tnaat. rata, aucar.
ay othrr imrt nf our dallr fooJ t0
1 natiinu roconstruotlve requirement
'tis ilxstura. An.l there I on com
of R H. R. which serve the active
"' f siliniilatlna tha eelliilar tissue
klitr.ev to a hrnlthy and JuiJtclou
"Ion of lis own esaanttal nutriment.
J. In rases of rliaumatlam. cystitis.
inlo t,,rt throat, huaklnasa of voice.
"ttilMa, ssthma. and the myrtail of
T rrflFi ln.Vf.ll.ma nf weak kldneV
""I, flrat litirlfv vnur lilood with S. I.
Will rnulila Ilia tlaanaa to rebuild
f ' esHnlar strenalh and rsfaln their
"U hm th
a ran i n n at anv drua tor
P1 '! no other ao-callad blood punner.
B H. la f.imlv a hmanlnal nroduct.
F'i yiu will n.,b. a araat tnlatake to
' "tn enthusiast palm off a mr
T. rurnio or lo.lUle ef potash prepare.
' "it may do you Irreparable harm
" 8. H, U prapareil by Th Swift Br
-" . ldo Hwlft Blda.. Atlanta, ua,
' 11 Vm have any deepaeated or ob-
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llomeatead Hill In Reported.
Washington, V. C Senator Cham
berlain, chairman of the public lanos
committee, laid before his committee
Senator llorah'a bill amending the
three-year homestead law. and after a
brief discussion the bill wa unani
mously favorably reported.
Thi bill seeks to make the three
year law a real benefit to homestead-
er by providinn " "
vating 20 acre of land during the
third year of residence, homesteader
i m .1.1. I . t i. fi Ihil
may show gso iaun aim a-t.., ..
law by making improvement on their
land amounting to $1,110 for each acre
entered. . , ,
The merit of the bill waa quickly
recognized by member of the commit
tee and no opposition wa made to it.
Polar Explorcra in Nome.
Nome. Alaska -The Canadian Polar
.Tnlnration ship Karluk has arrive.!
here from Victoria. II .C. with 12 of
tho c entists who win go wm , ....
jalmer Stefansson into tho Arctic
few hours later the steamship Vie'
arrived with Steiansson,
Anderson, his lieutenant.
Berlin Medical Society Refuses to
Teat Tuberculosis Serum.
TtcrnnThe Berlin medical society
at its reirular meeting Saturday re-
iected bv an overwhelming majority
tho renuest of Professor Ludwig
Schleich. the assistant of Dr. Friede
rich F. Friiilmann. that the society
.n..,int a committee of four to test
he Friedmann vaccine for tuberculo
sis in any way which might appear to
it most advisable.
The decision of the society '
rr ml with crie of bravo.
Tho nruaiilent of the society, speak
ino- informally later, declared that if
hp Friedmann really desired a teat he
rnuld have it by placing hi remedy at
the disposal of the different hospitals.
This statement was appiauoeo.
IMPERATOR AID TO CHARITY
IOndon After ten day of fighting,
more severe and deadly In character
than anvthinir in the last Balkan war,
a little liifht beirins to break on the
hitherto obscure operationa. In the
first place, the Servians have lost
more men than in the whole previou
campaign, anu semi-oinciai Biau-meme
issued at Belgrade have the appear
ance of an intention to prepare the
public for new of a disaster.
Desperate fighting, with varying
fortunes, has progressed along the
Vardar and Bregalinitsa rivers, and
seems to be in favor of the Bulgarian.
Important news has been received
of the Bulgarian invasion of Servia
through Belogradchyk, 45 miles north
east of Nish, Servia's most important
fortified town. No indication is given
of the strength of the Bulgarian col
umn at this point, but the Bulgarians
declare they have defeated the Ser
vian and captured five gun and a
quantity of other war material, and,
by the occupation or tne passes, uj
ave opened the roaa to ruisn.
There a heavy ngnting aiao ue-
tween the Servians and Bulgarian to
the south of Istip and in the neighbor
hood of Kotchana. About zuo.uuu men
are engaged, and the losses on both
ides appear to be terrible.
Bulgaria's strategy appear lo oe w
hold the Greeks in check, proDaDiy
with comparatively small forces, while
she deal with Servia. Thi asump-
ion, if correct, would explain the vic
torious advance oi tne ureea army.
Unconfirmed reports credit the uui-
(T-.rmna Wltn Victories near nunii,
giving them the key to ubup, mm
with an outflanking movement from
the south of Tahynos Lake, which
would cut off the Greek retreat.
Saloniki dispatches continue to re
port Greek victories. The Greeks are
said to have captured 16 guns at Doi
ran. Evidence of desperate fighting
s found in the arrival of 8000 wound
ed at Saloniki, taxing the town s ac
commodations and resources to tne uttermost.
A conservative estimate oi me
killed and wounded in last week
fiirhtinir fixes the number at from 30,-
000 to 40,000. Thousand of destitute
refugees from the scene of tne ngni-
ing are coming into baloniki.
The Greeks continue to make whole
sale charges against the Bulgarians of
burning and pillaging all the villages
thev abandon and of committing mur
ders, mutilation and other horrors.
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To Check Foreign Influx.
Washington. D. C William B. Wil-
.a I .. V. i nl.tnrla t r
son, secretary oi ibuvi, -
ask for a thorough revision oi mo im
migration laws to prevent the tremen
dous influx of undesirable foreigners
to this country each year,
Very Many Like Him.
Sometimes children are more observ
ant than they are credited with being.
Little Rob's mother, for instance, was
telling a visitor how "masterful" an
other neighbor was in his home life
when Rob, unnoticed beside her, put
in hi little oar. "1 don't think Mr.
Tata la an awful bossv. mamma," he
remarked, suddenly. '"Course he
does a lot of talking, but he never
makes Mrs. Tate do a thing she
doesn't wanter, I've noticed that."
in Mra. Wlnrnirf Sothln
rrrupthob-atrnnedr Uiiim lor tt.aU ctuldred
urlag lb teettUuc period.
Shock Was Too Great.
Policeman "Do you know this sick
mant" Interested Bystander eo;
I only jest met him. He seemed a
nice sort of a feller; he shook my
band and we chatted a while, an I
told 'im I was Seth Pinewood from
Pennsylvania, an' that I'd come on
with one thousand in cash to see this
here town. I ast him If he knew of
some young feller as could show me
awniinrl ' an ' then he threw up his
hands an fell down!" Puck.
Jesting- and Dancing.
It is good to make a jest, but not to
make a trade of jesting. The earl of
Leicester, knowing Queen Elizabeth
was much delighted to see a gentle
man dance well, brought the master
of the dancing school to dance befora
her. "Pish," said the queen, "it Is
his profession. I will not see him."
She liked it not where it was a masUr
quality, but where it attended oa
other perfections. The same may wa
say of jesting. Thomas fuller.
R-d Croaii Ball Blue, all blua. beat bhiln- Tahas
in Mm whole world, makes tha Uundreas smile.
It is more valuable to bo well thaa
to mean well. Tatler.
Pad Crnas Ball Blua will wantl double aa mny
elothaa aa any other blua. IWt put jour monaj
tbto any otiicr. .
Criminals Have Low Temperatures.
Cold-bloodedness is a physical char-
He is at .-tHstie of the habitual criminal and
present making an exhaustive study of tne temperature of murderers is strik
the problem and his recommendations jnKy Deiow normal, according to sta-
Dr. It. M
be transferred to tne
Atiiskan. wnirn win
;... them nartv. under Dr.
. . . 1' .....lal.nil
Anderson, from INomo u y hum.
for scientific research work.
Daniel to Visit Northwest.
Washington. D. 0.-Secretary of
the Navy Daniels will visit I or land
July 20, on his way from the 1 uget
. i ., .,or,t o San Francisco, and
will return to Portland July 28 on h is
V1V to Snokane. ine secret. y
bo at Seattle July 16 to 18 ami
, .u.. itrnmerton navy yum.
will spend July 19 in Tacoma and July
2'J in Spokane.
u.il I-arge as Walnuts.
Columbus, O.-A terrific rain and
hailstorm swept Prt-or J-mu--
and vicinity Thursuay
Inir treat damage in me ciiy .
try. HailHtones as
were anoveieo uy
which lasted less
Fruit trees were
Money Paid by Sightseers Put to
New York Mayor Gaynor has re
ceived a letter from Dr. Carl Bunz,
resident mananger of the Hamburg
American line, asking him to accept
the company's check for $5000 to be
distributed among the charitable in
stitutions of Manhattan.
When the steamship Imperator ar
rived here recently on her maiden trip,
Bunx announced that visitor would be
permitted to inspect the vessel on
nf RO cents each, and the
...m collected would be turned
over to charity. It is in fulfillment
nt this promise that the mayor has
u.. auk..,l tn accent the cneca.
In all. 30.688 raid to inspecune
Imperator and a total of $15,344 was
collected. The rest of the money has
been divided among several local Ger
man societies and hospitals.
in ha anhmitted to President Wilson.
"I have decided," Mr. Wilson told
a reporter, "that the immigration
laws are not sufficiently strong.
"Our first duty is to those who are
in America, native or foreign. The
question naturally follows whether the
tremendous influx of aliens is not in
jurious to those who are already here.
There is no question that there is
great evil in our immigration system
and it is up to us to correct, mis.
Both Democrats ana nepuuiicana
and congress will join next year in
putting through a strong immigration
Miners and Owners Firm.
Charleston, W. Va. According to
intimations received here, "Fight It
Out" Is the slogan of both the coal
operators and striking miners in the
Paint and Cabin creek fields. At a
.. 1.-1.1 A. M iil tw
mass meeting neiu v , rV- :
Thomas Reams, president of District
No. 17, United Mincworkers of Amer
ica, urged the miners to stand their
ground, and announced that W. L.
Connell, of the Paint Creek Collieries
company, with whom he conferred re
cently, has refused to make conces
sions. Thousands of miners are idle
in the two fields.
tistica published Dy ine American
Medical association. General physical
degeneracy is found to stigmatize the
criminal. The average convict is
three inches below the normal in stat
ure, light in weight and with small
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Kwnedy. N SmanlnR F1
t,Je Ana Oiilrkly. Try It for Krd, Wrak,
Watery kj and Uranulatrd Kytllila. lllue-
Don't allow a weak
stomach, lazy liver and
clogged bowels to put
you "in bad." Always be
game, and help nature
overcome such trouble
It strengthens the entire
"inner man" and drives
out all Stomach, Liver
and Bowel Ailments.
Make the start today.
"DIDN'T HURT A BIT"
is what they all say
Uce) for niittiT
k:..b ri.-jiu-att'd totba I'nb-
Eo and soli brVniKSlst at lo.nd tflopei ""l
fcanui o Salre la Aptio Tuoea, 2Tkj and too.
Murlno Eye Romoay vo.t .mo,w
A lawyer, more fluent in hi speech
than careful in his metaphors, was
once guilty of the following perora
tion: "Gentlemen, it will be for you
to say whether this defendant shall be
aiinmuri to come into coun wun un
blushing footsteps, with the cloaa oi
Wnneriav in his moutn, ana araw
three bullocks out of my client' pock
et with impunity."
rw Piprce's Pellets, small, sugar-
coated, easy to take as candy, regulate
and invigorate slomacn, uver aim uv
els. Do not gripe.
larire as walnuts
after the storm,
than ten minutes,
stripped bare and
truck farms were shorn of the grow
Price of Coffee Fallintr.
New York-There was a break or
New iu Thursday,
fullv a nnii ... . . .
he culmination of heavy selhng : which
h been in progress for several
.n,l which ha caused a de-
dine of 5 cents a pound In coffee since
Hyde and Snyder Must Do Time.
Waahintgon. D. C.-Frcderick A.
Hyde and Joost H. Snyder, convicted
here in December, 1908, of land frauds
in California and Oregon, must begin
serving their prison sentences. At-
afternoon ordered the Supreme court'
.,i.i banded down to the District
of Columbia courts for enforcement of
Both President tail ho itoiuwh
Wilson denied clemency. Hyde got two
years and a fine of $10,000; fcnyuer
got 14 months and a fine of $1000.
Quakes Wreck Two Towns.
Douglas. Ari. Resident of Guas
abas and Granados, Sonora, are living
in a tent city. The two towns, luvat
ed 120 miles below the border at this
point, were wrecked totally by earth
quake shocks occurring at intervals
since May 17. The adobe building of
the neighboring town were raxed. It
I estimated that 8000 person are
residing in tents.
Sa. a. a. win reneait aw a,
I : i 'J:.
lle can baTe theii
plate and brtdce.
work Snlabed la eae
day U aeceasafT.
antee. becked by M
Wise Dental Co.
In 8 P M. SuiMlev 9 te 1
Pkoneo A 202:' Meia 202,
felllnt Bld.. Third and Weshlnttoa. Portlaaa)
Mothers Testify in Suit.
Cincinnati The hearing of evidence
on the application of ice manufactur
ers against Mayor Hunt, the board of
health and the city of Cincinnati for
.n intimation to Drevent them from
operating the ice plants eized by the
city a a result of the strike of em
ployes, was resumed Monday, fceverai
hor. tMtified that their babies had
Buffered as a result or the laca oi ice
in their home since the strike began.
Judges fixed $65,000 as the bond that
the city must give as a guarantee
against damaging the seized plants.
Stray Rock Hits Grocer.
Louisville, Ky. Unconscious and
with his skull crushed, Alfred Atte-
bury, a Louisville grocer, is in a iocai
hnanital. the victim of a peculiar acci
dent. Attebury was sitting in front
of his store when the wheels of an
nrnmnbiln. runninfi swiftly along the
street, caught up a stone five inches
In diameter and hurled it against his
head. The doctors believe that Atte
burg will not recover.
The choir wished to sing a hymn,
the first verse of which ended: "The
night Is falling. Heaven help us as
-oallincr." But as they wished
It for morning service, the leader sug
gested that they change the wording
of it a bit. A young man dutifully
proposed the following amendment:
"The morn is dawning. Heaven help
us a we're yawning.
k . . .
cause much annoyance to children
and great anxiety to parents.
The presence of worms is recog
nized by these common symptoms:
itching nose, unsatisfied appetite,
offensive breath and colic pains.
DR. PEERY'S VERMIFUGE
CUaniM tti tY.tnj ol worm is wry Itw hours
OUT Of TOWN
can Tr1v rrrnpr
maiitii of If on-rolewaoaa,
C GEE WO
the CMaaae doctor.
Try once a-or it roe bare baaa dortorlna wftb
thi. on. and that one and have ao nMeinaa par.
maaaitt ralixt. ltthi trtl nature haalardlae-
p'anrt pmaiTtl aoma ramail whoaa
. aura and wita. in. vrrm iwu.
nM your om
. . . . l . . Hih.nJ fmm ...TI QTiar-
nrcf th ah, lhaam-ietaof thaaaaiedlclaae
ara n.H known to tha ont.i.lo woria. tint na.a rmmm
h.n..l il.wn fnim I.Uiar to aaa la tha iihaiolaaa
taoitliaa ia China.
If .on !It out nt town and oannot rail, write for
arniptom blank and c uvular, anclouue oaata la
THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO.
ITrst St., Cor. Morrison
riLES! PILES! PILES!
For that troublesome ailment nee
DR. SCBREIDER'S PILB BKMEDT
Bifhly recommended. Sample packace 10a.
The Vitalitaa Chemical Co.
North Baak Blda Seattle, Waah.
P. N. U.
No. IS, '13
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,T ilea this paper.
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