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DAILY EVENING EDITION
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MABCH 1901.
Sampling will Convince
llial our g l are more than a
better than the ordinary run of
r i- i ! iocs no; ve nr.' im-
atnl the purchaser it- at ii. great
becaom "iir gHl are sold at
liable price Have you trie Ray
excellent oratm in staple
kite N'tiadron Coffee, pure, strong
tilling Tin. fragrant and daliet
ter OtOOtL) nourishing anil
White House GroHj.
tb I' sjtnmi
h he Newest
Uust to Hips
to set oil a
I lam tlaina-k. groeiu lorder,
iftblo linen, with napkin to
tw Garden SocdJ
O regular (Vc gooda, now
Sch -ol E u I plies
on it. e" goods. SO,
Re I " i i v, box
to J1. . looth tn:iibea 6e
iheball and summer
r ,u i euU. 11.24 to :t.t5.
Hamlin ki- II. to to 14. 5.
' Bawihalla, uiitUt, glove and boxing
lmmenac line of Toilet Soap
Yt to 34c a boa.
Here are the Wash Fabrics
That will bo worn by the most sumptuously dressed women of
AttHNriCa. Not to sec our collection is to be eclipsed in ele
gance by those who do; for the richest and rarest arc here.
Hurmeh Cloth 7c yaril
Alenlda Cord c yard
Tnile-Pn-Nord 10c yard
Zephyr t.inghani 10c yard
Milmrde Dimity 10c yard
BtjOfl l'ancier- I'-'SjC yard
Zephyr Lawn . lSW yard
Queen 'Vrrale V2c yard
Silk luiard 20c yard
Kosaltule Dimity M yard
PrtMM Hctiste, JV yard
Moiist-line Applique . ,2rte yard
Lace Tiwme 20e yard
Windsor Nicousc . 'JOc yard
Never has our showing been so
New Persian Lawn
White and very fine.
W arc cln-ini: out this line t hoys and
pills hose at lOO.
Gold and silver Kelts are very fashion
able and many kinds to ihow Including
the new "straight form'" V shajed.
The third shipment just in only a few
of a kind for our customers satisfaction
not old stull hut new.
New laces and
These are .f newest design and are jut
what many ladies have heeu waitiPjj for.
W ide Embroideries.
The new ones you have been waiting
for. These are very Hue and beautiful
for the priee being a special value from
Evaporated Stock, very fancy.
Get our Wholosale Prices . . .
C. RQHRMAN, : : : :
All best quality Carpets, sewed and layed
cheaper than any other house. Linoleums
in all the latest designs in fancy stamps.
See our office chairs and desks.
Seed Sowing Time...
seed if v 011
expect t o
T. C. TAYLOR, the
Mercer ir.el Chaaibrax. ttt yard
Toile Ie 8oie -6c yard
Lisle TiMiie 2.V yard
Bali'ste Satine 26c yanl
llouoeline Frodie H( yard
BtabroMtftd twit Dot- cv yard
Mercerised Sat i no Hi yanl
Persian Foulard 30c yanl
Unchangeable Lustre. ..36c yard
Mercerized Kulard. Lie yard
lamo Madras 60c yard
Crepe IV Chene (16c yard
Pineapple Tissue Ht yard
Knlanl Silk 11.00 yard
large; never before so beautiful
309-311 Court Street.
FOLSOM, Main Street
Stock is from selected grasses grown
in rich soil which insures a bealtby
growth. Timothy, Alfalfa, Milltt,
Blue Grass, Brome Grass, Ked and
White ( lovtl It any quantity. AiM
liavea full line of garden tools.
I.amar 0. O.llintoro, (H New Orleans,
lis advised the war department that
SB MMMt of llllMM in hi family it
will be impossible for him to accept
one Of tbs supreme 000 ft just icesh i p
of the Philippine.
The Russian Society of Author ha
MM Count Tolstoi the tollowing tele
(tram: "The Russian Society of
Author learn with pleasure of your
improved health. It send the great
Russian author it wuriuet wihe.
and hope he will he iured for many
year of '.abor in the service of ltn.ia
and of humanity."
The Chase, Konerts, Merchant.
American l.men and Metacomet cotton
mill, operating 300.000 ipindle. WON
topped on Monday in pQIWOMMM of the
agree moot to curtail prod not ion. it Ii
probable that next week the majority
of the mill in l ull Kiver. Ma., in
cluding Laurel Iake mill, which had
decided to clone will Ih hut down.
Pin- men who remain in the employ
Of the ManhttM Oil company, ah
hot bed by the Standard Oil company
have received notice that their ervice
will be dispensed with Mav I. The
Manhattan' big refinery at Welker,
Ohio, will be taken down and the ma
terial distributed where it can he ued.
The Manhattan wa the biggest inde
poodoal d in pan y in the country.
An advance in the price of merchant
Wrought iron iiiK' i to he made thi
week. The National Tube .ompaiiv
anil everal !ndeiendent manulBcturer
have jnit withdrawn all option on
wrotight-iron pipe and boiler tubing
fur delivery after April I. It uinler
ntood tliat the Ml price will be
announced on or Iveforo March 2,r, and
that thee price will how an advance
over the raten prevailing since Septem
ber 1 of at leat per cent.
PACIFIC NORTHWKSr NBWS.
The Cbehali atate bank ha gone
into oluntary liquidation, and haa
transferred its account to the bank of
Coffman, Oobson iV Co.
Stock Inspector Joeph H. Jackon
ha ben in tiiiK abeep in John Pay
valley. He inform the Canyon City
Kagle that heepmen had an eay time
lat winter and look forward to a
pmtitahle lambing eaon. He tind
heep free from cab, except a hand
of Joe Keea' at the Smith brother-'
liihoii Lemuel Well, of Spokane.
ha been temporarily jilaced in charge
by Praoldlag Blobop t lark, of Rbodo
lland of the miaiiouary iuriMliction of
Olympia or Wootorn waabington until
a i-uci eor to tlie late Kiliop ilarker
i elected by the general coiientloii,
which will he hehl at San I ranciiOO in
Some dicuion ha Im'cii aromeil at
N'ancouver, B. C, over the prohibition
of hoiating of the green tlag above the
city hall in h- r ol Bt. I'atnckV day.
Alderiiian . .Mi Honal'l lorliiiue the
janitor to hoit the emblem .among the
reaoii given being that it wa merely
a gremi m n amer witnoui a narp, ami
that in it pfttajrt form it wa a
Fenian emblem. The ilag did not go
up, ami the Irmlimeii are lixiigiiuni
Pregident Strong, of the state uui
veraiiv. ha arranged to conduct a
Behoof at Ktlgelie during the flllUUier
month. Tlie apnaraiu ot the unl
veritv will lie Mad and the cae. in-
tructl by profeor of the Institu
tion. 1 lie oliject ol the Hll III IIKT MClllMil
I to meet the need ol teacher, u-
nerintendent and onnciDal of the
tate, urderirraduitte of enllegn an 1
iiniven itie. and advauciMl NtudeutH
who desire sjiecial work in single sub
Considerable excitement exiita in
Aahland OOOf pfOOpOClivO oil develop
ment. Two iiromiiieiii California
capitalist have iiuietly during the pant
year heeu aeipi iring ime in a si'en n
of land skirting the fijthill f the
Siskiyou mountain south of Aslhaiid,
amounting to lu.noo acre. Oil ha
been found iereolating through the
earth on much of the land purchased,
and prominent oil experts who have
exatniiied the projierty ay that every
thing indicates that immense oil de
posits exist beneath the surface.
The California capitalists have in
vested filjui in Uie purchase of the
land. A hical OOnOWrOi the southern
Oroaofl Oil company, Las leased Hii
acres of land in the same locality and
will at once begin Uiriug lor oil. Its
Well was offered for subacrintlon
baturduv. Kleen thousand share
have been taken in Ashland.
Rxereise is a laid an too little lor fj
glowing yA It is r i-ia for her to
owido, and this is ckptcially diiiigeroua
at tli.it critical , I ol a young girl's
life when she MOMM '' line of MMMt
hxl. It i. not an
uiu million thing to
Uy the foundation
for years of uflcr
niiMrry by neglect of
lo i e&sary prt cau
tion al the first
"vhungt ol lift,
'J he use ol Dr.
Pierce' i . .
1'rit riplioL uolonly
ity, b U t It g I e k
Keiiltli to the entire
womanly o gaofani,
It i. the Ukt medi
cine for Ulkeu.es
i uliar to women
(a i uuke it cure the
cubes o I ilikcuke
i olio . It . ', ..lei J, -I
main utly .
tion" tmi 'rif uo
opium cnraiM nor
any olher n. in otic.
t citfiael illiaaiao
with i he roost dtli
" fVul k UI
ni"ijli.n I tuflt i
fenialc lluuUr 1
Of I I ' Hunk Mi
f " 1 Hied
lo ilu mv .uy
riiikiii-ul wl Tkr l.lon suul ii no tw
orl out or liilrruail llutil.U lbr rt i l.a'l I
devilled lo mil.- lo you Ar In If I letli, l
wry ooeourla reply .l1 colwuit i.. c.1 iom!
mriil .1 ooct I lUM ll"l ""' r'.volll
nj.o .ii u week belore I ' I" 'el
bltei and m 1 iomiiiued. my l.eullli giulu.i)y
luiruved aud i. iui(roviiiK ery day '
lr Pierce's Cuminoii Seuar Medical
Adviser, ill paper novel., i seiil Jitc on
ierlLil ol il olie.elll .lalllh. lo
eapeuae o mailing only.
at V- fierce, Buffalo, N. Y
THE BEAR AND LION
ARE STILL AT
Report Says Russians Fired
on the British.
STORY NOT BELIEYED IN LONDON
United States His Vievs on Cbluese ludemnlly
Question Wants Hifiue Court to
Settle tbe Difficult.
London. March JO. The movement
ol the otlicial today lietray MM
anxiety over the unfavorable report
which have been received from Tien
Tin. A tock exchange rumor which
lack continuation ay the Kuian
and BaglllB have tired at each otliei
It is not believed here.
America's Idea on Chinese Indemnity.
Wellington, March 10 AOOOfding
to a d la patch from Commiioner
Rookblll, the plan of the Unitod Mute
regarding Chinem indemnity, that the
power houhl tlrt agree on a lump
Mill ami then deride OpOO the proper
pro rata distribution, ha not met the
approval of the foreign representative
at Pckiu. Kach power init on tiling
its own claim independently. The
Mate department believes thi to be
IspOMlblO of execution, and that at
the oatekU a total of 1180,000,000 i all
that should he demanded. In cae
there can be no agreement between the
minister at !'"kin, the United State
will urge that the uhject be referred
to the Hague court for arbitration.
CONVICT WAR HAS ENDlil).
Warden of Nebraska renltentlary Cap
tures the Mine With Armed Guards.
Leavenworth, Kan., March lit).
Wardiii TomlinMfl ha 000 ut ahead
in the contest with his prisoners in
II. . none, in which :llK) priWsMfl held
the fort al! of Moinlay night, and on
Tuesday. However, hi vnlorv over
tie convict miner wa not hhlle.
When he doMOndod with the armed
mardf, tbOOOOVluta made a rush for
the door of the cage. The gnaril tired
a volley, when the convict retreated
to the dark recee of the mine Kalpll
Claik, a highway robber, wa shot in
the i Ihow, and Alfred Hatlieid was
shot in the leg tiov. Stanley and
Warden Toml mson are couultiiig to.
lav regarding the pun ihment to he in-
THIi PHII.IIMMNI: COMMISSION
tables About Orvanlztna Towns In the
Wahington. Mareh -O .fudge I'aft,
of the Philippine colnin iloli , i ahle.1
tilay from llo llo: "We have organ
ised Tayaha, itomhlen, maller i
land., ami Mabate, including Tiaco
and Ituria. have viited Mariuduiiie,
have initiated the organ uation of
municipal It i there, and w ill organ i.o
the provime bofofl returning. Our
reception were most enthusiastic.
After visiting Negro, vie shall go to
Join and Mindanao, and, uimiii return
lug, hall organ ue Ho llo. ( ' . i -.
Antlipiet, CobO) BoImIj Levin, am
Isianga and Misaim. There is marked
improvement in the general ituat ion. "
GOULD ESTATE DOUBLED.
Rise In Value or Railroad Stocks the
Cause Missouri Pacino Up.
Ko York, March Jii. sin e January
I, kfllROari Paeitie tock ha advanced
from 71 steadily, reaching 100 7-H
tiaiay. for the first time since Jay
niufd's death. Tht) ai lvalue is due to
report of the consul idat ion. 1'he
(iould estale at his death wa estimated
at 75,lkM),Oi), and the riae ol the
Ooold stiM'ks now place it at fl'iO.Uis),
000. HARRISON'S TK1TAMKNT.
Will riled for Probate on Tuesday hi
Indianaeol is, Mareh U I'he will of
'en. Man -on was tiled for probate
lliis afUirnoon. He laUeaths to the
On i tod 'I rust company, as trustee, if
hi wife -hall survive him the Hlllll
ol 1116,000 to be inverted and the in
terest to lie paid her during her life.
He haves 110, (l to his grandm.u.
Pen jam l ii Harrinon Mi K"e To hi.
grandchildren, Mary lvalue Mi Km,
Martha Harriaou and William Henry
Harrison he leaves each fiftUU.
item 10 of the will reads as follows:
"If another child shoilhl be horn to
me ol my pr. .-iit marriage 1 heueatb
to KOI h child Jlhotsi."
He gives to hi islers Sarah I'rviii
and Anna II. Morri and to his sister-in-law
Lluabeth Seott i'arker, each
1600. He bequeaths to his sister
Hettie H. Katon an annuity of 000.
He beuueatii to his nephew ami
naiiiesake Heujaiuiii Harrison, jr. aou
Of lun'biolhei John, I.'jUU. To charity
fie leave $1100. To hi secretary,
CUBANS AIR TO 00.
liruaeels, March Jk) Kigliteeu thous
and e-sJavee o( I'uba. afraid ol huiug
uiallreuttd and oppruaaed uuuer Amuri-
Lan rula, have auilresseaJ a rmjueai
through one of thujr nuuiUr, we I
I iniiiaiiuel, Who Is rej.renenloil an ineir
ha ho for permission for them and
other colored Cubans to settle in the
Congo I ne --late as Belgian colonist.
Belgium is willing, if America has
no objections lo the emigration
ALARM IM ST. PRTRRSRUaii.
Riots occur aud Saveo Hundred Psopla
tit. Petersburg, March 'A). An alarm
prevadee the high circle here. The
ladiue have notified bouse owners to
have their house police report for duty
ami hold tbemeelves ill constant reaaJl
m aa. It is appareutly coufiruied lliat
Uiiew atutlauU were ailteil yeeterilay.
It is reported that one OoMRCl wa
On one lido of the Cathedral the
crowd came into violent Collision with
the OOSRSVOks and polne Altogether
XW male students, 177 women, mostly
BtodentSi and M other porSOOS were ar
fSStod, The police cnmmiiomr. 90
policemen, four (JOSMORI and IS
rioters, male and female were
WOOSkkidi All the hiph Rbools of the
city are closed and all police heml
ijuarter are Bllsd vvith arrtttod DO)
THIi iNLVV YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray ft Co.. I'nndleion,
Chicago Roard of Trade and New York
Stock Rxehanae Brokers.
New York, March .'0. The wheat
market, wa strong tilay, and the cloSS
iboWO tM advance of ',, SI1, being the
high point of the day.
Liverpool Hosed I- higher, n I.
New ork openeil ,1-S higher, HO , s,
and held llrmall day, cloning RsabOYO.
I'he market eem in trong hands,
and indication are for higher pi
Money, per cent.
Close vesterilav, N
(pen today, 80 7-H.
Rang tiaiay, so 6S (0 "I ! , .
Clone I nlay, II '4.
May corn. -Pi 7-8.
Stocks closing: Sugar, HO IVt to
bacco, H.'7 . M, steel, IS',. M. Paul,
161 '4 ; C. H. A i., M 7-s. N. P.,
Wheat In San Francisco.
Sun FntnoisOO, March "JO. M;iv
wheat, IM to 100 h.
Pan-American Structure Dedicated.
Puffalo, March 80, The federal
building ut the PaoAinsrloan sxnosl
(ion ground wa ded n aled tin sftel
noon by Postmaster-tleneral smith
who dropHd the first letter, one ml
dressed to President Mckinley, in the
new mail QOB This evening Mr.
Smith deliver an add res, purl y eight
molder employed on three other
building struck today for ItMftMttd
President Dlax Reaches llio Capital.
Citv of Mexico, March JO. The Dili
expeilitloli arriveil In tl Itv 1 1 1 1 -
afternoon, fbe street are deoorated
with Ilag in honor ol the occasion.
President lia will hold a cabinet
meeting tomorrow . hi "-nndav. the
government triip met the Maya rebel-
near t hail Santa Urns. I he relel
v ere defeated with great losn. Tn
leaders were onptorod"
Nebraska Bolters Are Aisertlve.
1 . 1 in 1 il 11 , March Jo. I'..r the short
term aenalorhip, l. K. Thoinpaon
aecureit the vote of all the republican
on joint ballot today, except lie 1
the outspoken hollers, who i--iit
that they will force a final adjourn
ment w ithout an sloction 11 Fhontpson
stuv - 111 the race.
Pro., halter Resigns.
Stanford I'niversitv, Calif .. Man h
31). Prof. Prank A. Keller, of the
economic department, who wa looked
iini a the probable succesaor of Mr.
Komh an HUpervising instructor in
political economy, ha resigned. Mi
resignation came as a surprise
Willamette a Total Loss.
Victoria, It. ('., March JO. The
Hteamer Willamette which ran on Men
man island near Village point aboOl
two and a half 'uiloa from Union,
where he loaded , .SI toll of colli will
1st a total wreck, for her back ha
l q broken.
Heavy Minnesota Snow Hlorm.
Minneapolis, March Jo. I he boMVl
eat snow Htorui of the winter i 111
progress here, and ha heeu iueesant
MHOS vesterd.i v ImomiUH There in 110
sign of abatement. The railway are
blocked and liusine i iartiallv shut
Tried lo Incrlinlnal Ills Wife.
Mm. lieorge Kent, (offBMfly Ague
Flicker, is under arrest, ollMfSjad with
Bending a laittle ol pnlaWMd whiskey
to her husband. I he evidence nliuW
that Kent Mt-iit the ilson It 1 111 - -1 1 .
having a grudge against hi wife, and
eieleav orml to i in r 1 m 1 u.ile hei
TO CURR A I.OLU IN UNS I1AY.
l..n iaiivn llruiiiu qui 11 1 liu lalila.i
Soft White Hands
n m II.LIUN8 Ol fVGaf US VUB
lJ it 1 1 1 1 IM MlVj'AlKNT,
4 I I
lilvlliaT Hie skill, lot cleuU.lllg the m alp ol . luo ih - .Unl
llRlrilriUfi ami tin alopplng ol fulling hull for aof tvulllg uhiteinug
gill .nothing nil, rough ami aore iiMklld. Ill the fwriU 01 LutlsM fJ
hi iioyUiK IrrltRtlOMR uiid 1 lulling., nr too free or uffeualve pei'.pira
1 ion, fn 1 he form ut w.i.ln lor ttlcerallve weaknesses, uud fur many
OUtlaepllc j mi pose, which nu.lil, Miggeat lliemsi Iv in lo mum 11. anil
eieelully 1111 ilieis, an I lor all the purpoKea ol the toilet, ha Hi and
liunsM. Nu amituut of htu.isIoii pjm iRKlwif ttoRRt who RR"e emir
RjRSSj fl to MM any other, especiully fur piee'vlug ami IHIlifyiNAi
the lltllli SCalp ami h 111 or luf'inla uuu tilhli. u CI I It I Ki MUAi'
oui on ih-iicuie em .nil ni proper! lea sk-riveil fnun i IM rii, the
ttreill skill cine, with the iiureat of ileuii.ilig lugreilleiila uud Hie
Ukuel iirnshliig of Hower oUora. No other mrJunlt U conji ever com-
iiiiuuded i in he compared with It for preaervloet, purlfrlMM sad
beautlyluil the klu, aealp, hair ai.il huuds No other forelflU or do
meatU) tows, soap, bowers expensive la lo lie compared with It for
ull Hie purpUeMSJ or the lollel hath and liuraury. Thua It coin
tiiuea, lii dm: Hi'U at 0M0 lhlt;K, via'. TlVKM'V KIVM
1 i.NTH, the UBMT skin and iiimplexlon soaii mil the llb'HT loilet
aud baby t,oap lu the world.
UoAptofH Fitirnal and Intirnai Treafnonf far inn Hmu, $125,
C'ouUllu ..r t'llTli'llHA SViiAl' iSti-'l. to 'lauw Ik. an ot cru.1. ef.a HfJT,Sc
.!. lb. Ihlckaaial cull. I. IT Mi 'in, A
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10.' I lo ....I auj i'mium II,. UooU A
hkihI wi.U Iom m( keif, wkau
A QUESTION ARISES
Adelhert Hay Resifins Pretoria
I'UILBI MUST IUE A SUCCESSOR
Bui. Id DoIdk This He is Compelled lo Pro
notinre on Brltlsb SoifMnoty
In South Africa.
Washington, March JO. I'nited
tate Consul Adslbsti Hay harrivel
hen and BXpfesSM the intention n(
resigning the Pretoria BOSJt, OR account
of the increased cost of living there
ince the outbreak of the Hist war,
and the fact that he accepted the place
to meet an emergencv which has
pSjSMQ There are nuuiL-r of appli
cant for Ike phlre. lull the prc.nhuit
will be 111 no hurry to name a suc
cessor , a- the appointment carries w ith
it recognition of iritih sovenogntv
in the rratisvnal ami will ollicially
dotorrains the death of the lUier re
Hi'!. Pennlnalon Pound Dead.
Mover, Dl. 1 March Jo. Mrs. John
II. Pennington, mother of Mr. J. P.
Miininng and Mrs. J (IRA OR Mean, of San
Francisco, wim rsooifod poisoned
candy MOf hv Mr. Ilotkin, was found
dead in her bill at the Capitol hotel
oday Kbs MM vears old, and has
been ill with consumption lor two
Went Vlmliila Motel Rurni.
Kenova, W Va , March JO. -The
11 rand hotel bnrsMMRl B st look tin
morning, the guet having a narrow
MORpOi At the HUMS hour Mav 1 and
I 1 oh' . lulling mill in the .'skirts
of the town wa detroil Heventy
live tliousand dollar Is tbe aggregate
All Unlet at (he Hallway IltlaM.
Pekin, March Jo. dlepatcl f-oi
fien Tsin shv- that reinforceii.enik for
the lint ish Ifoops at the railway Hiding
are expeeted toilay. I'he sitnst ion at
this time 1- unlet, no attempt being
made to continue the work which
proved to he hostile action to the
Pti Strikers I Is.hed With Military.
Marseilles. March JO Dock strik
ers and their sympathiier clashed
with II illlary force this morning,
many tn "t Issing woundi.l. They
.ill ptod to Stop the work, and the
cavulrv charged, using their sword.
Mace lor ShO.UUU I Off.
S. w Jfork, March JO. An attempt
to arrange a match race bstWOM John
I. Hcannell'l tbbotl and Ihcina Maw
son's Bora I ma for 160,000 a alda faiUi
tOda) A dispMtS regarding the RSJRS.
l-r of heat cause. I the hitch
Honor, to Uuke ot tornwall.
UlbralUr, March Jo The royal
steai.u r 1 iphir w ith the Make of Corn
wall aunard. en roMU ' .Miairaua anu
Canada, arrmsl Pslay. KlaliraU cere-
mooies w.ll 11 hehl in their honor
Hoar Irani Wreckers Riecaled.
Cape Town March 0. Throe Poere,
srbo Viad bsao ooavietad of wr.oktng
a nam, were shot lo de.th vectenlay
.,t Melr large cr .ad w itneneasl the
eieOMtMNI, i'he IkM'ra met death
PiBki.l.ni Make. 7S Appoliitnienls.
Wahingt March JO the presi
dent ha iiiuutil tifty-sU contract
Mrgeohs, u teen lirst lieutenants of
cavulrv, un l three of infantry
ejra leaaSMS fur Hit Car's HluuS.
lierl 111, March 'JO. The logahlatt
ha 1 orresioiidence frinii l Petersburg
sluiing thai two plot t assassinate the
caar have been dlsnOvMtSs) there.
OUTICPHA HOAP laf 1
for preaervlug, purifying unl
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