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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - April 26, 1922, Mitchell, South Dakota
The evening Republican third edition vol. , South Dakota wednesday april 26,1922 number 177 or a a Texas floods claim 46 sports making better bodies physician says or. Eugene Fiske says Dano it ing helps but jazz is far prom real dancing figures show facts editors and contributors to wednesdays Republican to twin or it of to tier to or mis ago give Way to More vigorous sports by or. Eugene Lyman Fisk. Mcneal dilator. Life Extension Institute. Yow York. N. Y., april 26.-�?the Cne Loco girl of 1922 physically is Milos ahead of Tho girl of i 90. She is Fil Thier stronger taller heavier. Wider in the Waistline and More muscular. Sports Are making women better physically. Short skirts and sensible shoes Are helping. Jazz dancing is the Only had influence. It is a menace to physical health entirely aside from morals. Dancing is an Aid to health if its real dancing. Jazz is not exercise there is nothing in it to improve the health. It is a Mere walk with gyrations that Are primitive Barbaric and Mono Onous. Jazz is not so vigorous As the Waltz or the Virginia reel. A revival of the old fashioned barn dances would hip health. Jazz t think is fading before it has had time seriously to injure the health of Young people. Girls in High schools and colleges have attained a higher physical Standard that could be duplicated among Iris in factory and commercial life if they would adopt with Fidelity regular forms of exercise. Compare Tho average College girl of today with the girl of yesterday As shown in Vassar statistics 189 1 1922 height .5 it. 3.1 id. 5 it. 4.6 in. Weight.118.2 lbs. 124.7 lbs. Waist .23.6 in. 23.6 in. Abolishing tight Waist lines in new styles of dress alone has improved health. The Short skirt which does no to sweep up germs is sensible because it is healthy. Take a census of feet on the Street and you will find most women wearing sensible shoes without High heels and pointed toes. Thirty years ago girls were in for Only two sports on the average usually Tennis and croquet. Today they Are in a dozen or More basketball Tennis hockey Volley Ball. Swimming rowing Golf. Soccer Riding skating and even baseball and track athletics. The girl of 1 922 is healthier than the Man. She is sink oftener in a minor Way but brr death rate is lower than Many a. Girls formerly were puny anaemic and undersized. The modern girl is reaching Normal but she get reckless Abnir it. Jazz dancing is the worst form of recklessness. Try the Waltz and especially the rhythmic dances. Just As football is better exercise for men than baseball so Tennis and Golf Are better for women than basketball and hockey. Soccer swimming. Rowing Volley Ball Riding and skating ire Ideal for women. Basketball and hockey Are a bit too vigorous for the average girl. Japan rocked by earthquake several killed both Tok if i and Yokohama \ re shaken a i i i j. R a i ii in communication broken child health conference is set for May 8 state convention of league of women voters resulted in much Benefit to membership by mrs. Fred Hoffman. Sioux Falls the third annual convention of the South Dakota league of women voters was held in Huron. April 4. 5 and 6,1922, with delegations pres league of women voters will j�?�.1. From a Wpm its of the state a3 of f a c follows Mitchell 3. Sioux Falls 9. Mage important Cessions. Next month mrs. M. P. Weller mrs. P. H. Kelly might. Martin wider mothers Are invited Mavor and Lub women of City sex Dorse move will lose on m Ayio a children s health conference will be conducted under the auspices of the league of v Omen voters endorsed by the City federation of c Lubs. This movement has the Sanction and co operation of the mayor who says that it is % most commendable undertaking nod that it deserves the support of every Man and woman in Mitchell to make it a Success. The big object of this conference and others to follow is for the improvement of the manhood and womanhood of South Dakota that the children May grow up to be As Fine As the state they live in. The primary purpose of the conference is educational. It is not a contest or a clinic. The examinations arc non competitive and no score cards will be used. It is a conference of physicians and mothers to determine the development and present condition of children brought by their mothers for examination. It includes a careful physical examination of cacti child in which the child is weighed measured and compared Point by Point with the Normal child in order that the Mother Iglus see where she it succeeding or where she is fail lat and How she May secure better flows Cults. Keeping tin \ new child Well the children a health conference is intended to be a practical demonstration to the Community of the value of keeping the Well child Well by periodic physical him motions. It corresponds to the Tion of school child the child of pc sub regular inspection child of school Aga of physical examinations consequent preventative follows Mitchell de Smet i. Manchester i Watertown 3, Miller 5. Vermillion 2. Huron 5, Pierre 4. Deadwood 2, members of Board 6. The convention opened tuesday april 4 at 2 p. M. In the presbyterian Church. The rest of the stolons the exception of mrs. Meson s address were held in the Ball room of the Marvin Hughitt hotel. The Quot business sessions dispersed throughout the program resulted in the adoption of a Constitution passing of resolutions recommending subjects for future legislation arranging a budget for state expenses for the ensuing year and the apportionment of tim amount among the different counties according to membership. Officers were elected As follows president mrs. John l. Pyle Huron vice president mrs. Gunderson \ Vermillion Secretary mrs. Whiting. Pierre treasurer. Mrs. E f. Wilson Huron Delegate at Large. Mrs. Paul Bowman at Deadwood District directors first District. Mrs. Myra p. Weller. Mitchell second District mrs. S. X. Way. Watertown and third to be appointed. The first speaker on the convention program was mrs. Notestein. State chairman of the child welfare committee and the next was or. A ass of Bic state health department. Or. A ass gave a very comprehensive review of the Shepherd Towner Bill and explained Bow legislation is Nec Edical inspect and Means to i age what the Means to the tile importance and the measures mrs. It. E. Daw is or. A. U. He Ken today Tho league of women voters acted As editors of Tho Mitchell evening Republican. Mrs. Myra i. Weller served As alter in chief with mrs. I. H. Kelley As assistant. Mrs. In f dawns mrs a i Hoon and mrs mar1-�?T Martin wider Wen among those who served As chief contributors to the edition although a number of other women including or. Edith m. So milk. Mis. Flora Wilson mrs. I. T. Sweeney mrs. S. M. Grun Laius. Or Quot. Nan a Donnul. Contributed special articles. Today a Issue of the Republican probably will is Shell wider circulation than any tither Community edition for the Mitchell league plans to .&Quot<11 1 copies of their Handiwork to All chapter of the Hague of women voters in tile country. Promotion of High arts Aid to Community Mitchell Bxs done much this Vox n dec think stat i could help in adopted cannot be Nve a emphasized. The child welfare department of Tho league of women voters invites All mothers of Dawson county to bring their babies arg children below i six years it of ago to Aho City Hall in Mitchell on May s. 9 and 10 to be j examined. Physician and nurses of the City will be in Carge. Most Carp j Fui attention will Belven each child individually. If defects Are found which need treatment Tho Mother will be advised to consult Bor own j physician. Individual parents will be -r.trowr. Ways brr we re Otvey them-1 selves May improve the canc of their children. For babies under sixth childrens health conference isl intended neither for the child of exceptional development nor for Tho sick child but rather for ail children who though apparently Well Are rarely found free from defect. The discovery of such defects at an Early i ago when they May be easily reme i died is the chief aim if the Confer once. Special attention will be Given to j the bottle fed baby. Demonstrations will to conducted which will enable the Mother to follow More accurately the instructions from her physician. Miss e. M. S. By associated priss Tokio. Japan. April Erth Shock entering curved at 10 15 of clock considerable damage buildings in the City. The earthquake was preceded try no eruption yesterday of mount Asama Patna. 90 Miles Northwest of to Kio. Which broke out with a loud report. Pouring Forth volumes of ashes tones and smoke. No serious damage was caused by the eruption. Seismographs broken. The seismographs at the University wore damaged making it impossible to obtain accurate record of the shocks. Telephone and Telegraph service was interrupted. Yokohama was As severely shaken Trio. And the chinese quarters n Yokohama was virtually destroyed and the water works disrupted. Thoi earthquake caused the death of a few persons none of the victims however being americans or europeans. Many narrow pm tapes Thoro wore Many escapes of the a or Wost sort Dom collapsing Chim Rte a and Walls. The earthquake was one of the re opt severe experienced Boro in a b in period. Officials stated it lasted of a Eon minutes the longest in years. Tho american embassy was slight paged and Many of Tho exhibits peace exhibition were broken. Today baseball american league Chicago. 110 202 o Cleveland. Ooi 110 0 Roberston and Mehalk Rugby mor and Nuna maker. Haled wire 2 6.�?a heavy in Tokio cd j this morning. I was done to politics topic for league of women voters Farmer Burns for Kidd meet question of endorsing opposing candidates for office is discussed at tin by associated press leased wire Baltimore md., april 26�?the difficult a problem of whether the National league of women voters shall a get into politics by endorsing or opposing candidates for political office. Was on the program for. Consideration today it the leagues annual convention Here. Lively debate was anticipated. Miss Mary Garret Hay new York mrs. Solon Jacobs. Alabama and miss Helen Kenbridge Indiana were selected lenders of the discussion. Preceding the consideration of this subject the convention finished its Long list of committee and recommendations. Among reports presented was one on a one year in Congress by miss Marion i. Parkhurst. Reciting achievements of the league in taming National and state legislation for the Benefit of womankind. The report gave first place to Tho passage of tie Shephard Towner maternity Bill. For the enactment of which Tho league concentrated strongest efforts. Noted now a health expert and former wrestler to speak Here tomorrow a Farmer Burns noted Iowa health authority and former worlds wrestling Champion will speak at father and son banquet at the Palace tomorrow evening according to an announcement made late this afternoon. Arrangements have been completed to feed nearly men and at the big get to go Thor banquet which will begin promptly at 7 of clock. Of nation to pay Honor to Grant Harding will deliver address at Point pleasant Ohio Celebration Mill Creek clean up fills Manchester jail by associated press leased wire Cincinnati Ohio. April 26�?elaborate preparations have Ben completed for the reception of president and mrs. Harling on their arrival Here tomorrow morning for the Tenary Celebration at the Birthplace Corn j of general Ulysses 8. Grant at Point j pleasant thirty Miles East of Cin i Cannati. The presidential party will arrive from Washington at 9 a. In. And leave an hour and a half later by boat for Point pleasant. After the exercises there president and mrs. Harding will return to Cincinnati. The history of education records nothing More striking than the shifting of emphasis and interest alternately Between realism and idealism. When the former is dominant the later seem shadowy and vague when the latter prevails the former is looked upon As cheap and utilitarian. The truth which Many among us clearly perceive is. That the attempt to set one of these interests Over against the other is fallacious. Each is an indispensable part of that whole which we Call education. And just now we need not to depreciate the interest and emphasis devoted to the practical Side of life. Hut to secure a balance by the Ren Naissance of interest in the ethical development of our Young people. All agree that our schools should fit one to a make a living a but Many fail to see that that is Only a part of Complete development and that the appreciation of the finer things is equally essential if we Are to get the most out of life. Work play love and Beauty Are what men live by. We live in a three fold world whose departments arc. Work , and Leisure and the education which neglects anyone of these is not fully equipping one for life. To be capable of coordinating Braih and hand and heart in the production of a piece of work that and that alone is to be the new and Fuller education. We must see to it. That while we arc preparing our boys and girls to make a living in Commerce and Industry we Are also nourishing and developing the ethical Side. Which alone gives Worth and stability to All human interests. Herein we find the function of Art. Music pictures and god literature. Good pictures and Good music fill the mind with Lovely images that arc the raw material of impulse. Character and conduct. Music Iii great factory Essary to make it Active in bomb Dakota. State superintendent of Public instruction Fred Shaw spoke on education for american citizenship and deplored the fad that the state superintendent is elected with the rest of the a court Houey a gang and advocated a change whereby the j office would become appointive. And he also went on record As Avo the removal of the time limit o both state and county Suer Nten dents term of office. He paid a glowing tribute to the americanization schools throughout South Dakota but lamented the fact that they arc not reaching the settled districts owing to inadequate funds. Miss Dorothy Rehfield of Aberdeen state chairman of he department of uniform Laws for women recommended one Federal and six state Laws which women should be especially interested in securing miss Gladys Pyle National organizer for the league. Gave an interesting and instructive talk upon the j a maims scope and methods of the league of women voters miss Alice Lorraine Daly. State chairman of the department women in Industry. Introduced four proposed Laws relative to that subject and a a mended legislative action or mrs. Peter Oleson of it Loquet Minn whose candidacy for the i muted states Senate has been recently endorsed by Minnesota democrats gave n most inspiring and Pat non. Address upon the a new social scion so she emphasized the necessity for women to enter politics a Quot citizens and not to expect courtesies because of sex different. To Appeal to men s intelligence instead of their chivalry. Mrs. Oleson made an eloquent plea for More consideration of the common people and declared world wide peace should be the Creed of every citizen of every land. Doane Robinson submitted his project of a Hydro electric for South Dakota and presented Many convincing facts in favor of the proposition. The delegates were much impressed and passed a Resolution endorsing tile Bill which will be submitted to the people at tile fall election. I he convention As a whole was instructive and inspiring and will result in much Benefit to the entire membership of the league. Farrington is opposing move by government head of Illinois miners saas men prefer to negotiate with operators fort Worth. Is emerging from Waters yellow torrents of Trinity River Are reported to be slowly subsiding Many persons missing levees alleged to Haye been dynamited grand jury 18 to Start probe fort ii a fort it a Orth. Texas april 26 six persons Are dead or missing Iii tin Trinity Ruer Hood heft a revised 11 i indicates. Fort Worth today on Quot or rounded on lir in Quot ides by a Sheet of Oater extending Over an area or limit it my at 23 to 30 Square Mil Quot. Tin a Rox try damage will in about one million dollars in Ord ing to estimates today. By associated press leased wire Chicago. 111. April 26.�?the Union mint workers of Illinois do not went the government to intervene in the Coal strike but Perter to Deal directly with operators and he time when a conference can be held is a not very far Frank Farrington president of the Illinois miners declared today. Or. Farrington indicated dissatisfaction with the conduct of the strike by International Headquarters under direction of president John l. Lewis and gave some indication that the Illinois workers May urge separate action in the not Distant future. Or. Farrington made it Plain that the Illinois miners were hoping for some modification of strike policy which would allow them to open negotiations with the Illinois operators. Of m Rochester. The county a ii Jailer Harris men prisoners Tkv. April 26.�?with filled and the Home of sheltering Many to Tho Mill greek Section with reports the of it Quot of Clay county is quiet today. In compliance with circuit judge Hiram j. Johnson s orders for the arrest of every person Over twelve years of age in the Mill a reek territory the jail today houses 135 men and Many More i Are under orders to appear before the i grand jury to testify regarding the j murder of a witness and the wounding of a Deputy sheriff. In a 070 0 Lea 101 too and 010 too men. Poston. Washington. Bonnock Karr and Walters n and Gharrity. Philadelphia. Too new York i of by smell Perkins Jones 8eha Rig. I Detroit. S i no is. A Ole Bassler Rayne evened. National league new York too of Philadelphia. 020 of j. Barnes and Smith King and Henrlne. Brooklyn too too 4 Boston i of too 9 Vance and bungling Fillingim of so Liger. Gowdy. Pittsburgh .21 it Liciago to missing seaplane is found All its passengers Safe paper makers vote to reject any Cut in present Scales new York. April 26.�?the strike vote taken by the International brotherhood of Paperny Kern was Over a when mingle against acceptance of the Wager diction proposed by manii fact users of newsprint paper. Jeremiah t. Farcy president of the Broth i Erwood. Announced at a conference with the manufacturers Hufe today. Of tomorrow will Mark giants 100th birthday Point pleasant april 26.�?the Century old Street Sof the snearly forgotten Ohio River Village Wil Lecho tomorrow with the footsteps of distinguished men who will come Here to do Honor to the memory of an Ohi ohioan we Hose name is written Large in the history of the country general Ulysses s. Grant. Just 100 years ago tomorrow. Point pleasant friends and neighbors of Jesse Grant a Tanner congratulated him on the birth of a son. Little dreaming that to years later the president of the United states would be in their settlement Honor Tong the memory of that baby boy. President and mrs. Harding and their party which will include United states senators Willis and Pom Erene of Ohio and other distinguished men Wil intake the trip to Point pleasant by River steamers tomorrow morning. President Harding is to speak from the porch of the Little hotel shortly after i p. In. Tomorrow. Oooo Adams and Gooch Alexander and Hartnette. Louis too 0 Cincinnati. Too i Walker and Clemons Rixey avoid win so. By associated press leaved wire Miami. Fla. April 26.�?the seaplane Santa Maria missing since ear j by monday when it began a flight j from key West to Nassau with six persons aboard Bas been found at Wilson Island according to a wire less message received Here today at j 11 30 a. Rn., from Havana. The radio from one of the naval planes sent out Early today stated that the passengers on the Santa Maria were taken to Massau by a Small boat while the Pilot and the mechanician remained Witto i he plane. Strike vote is on among Kansas showmen Parsons. Kan. April 26�?strike ballots Are being sent out by chiefs of the various shop crafts on the Missouri. Kansas and Texas railway it announced Here today. The diff arose Over the Railroad promo of putting car shop employees piece work basis said. The shop crafts stand of the car shop inst the plan of work. Weather report South Dakota generally fair tonight and thursday except probably Snow or rain Southwest portion not much change in temperature. Lineal temperatures by the Republican s recording thermometer 3 p. In. 58 6 p. In. 52 9 p. In. 44 12 p. In. 40 a culty sit Ion on a Union Heads endorsed the employees a maximum 58 at minimum 34 at 3 a. In. 6 a. In. 9 a. In. 12 in. 3 p. In. Wednesday wednesday ther 34 40 48 58 58 3 p. In. 3 a. In. By the official government Rometer from noon yesterday to noon today. Maximum 5? minimum 31 at noon 53 in the great Bethlehem steel works they Stop All the machinery at a certain hour every Day and the thousands of men Ami women who work there listen to music. Its very costly to Stop Roll the machinery in a big factory and do a thing like that but Charles m. Schwab who arranged it. Says the gain of it off sets the loss. Melodies get the work i cars minds off their work dust out their brains and they go Back refreshed mentally Ard physically. They work better they produce More they Are happier. These workers May not know it. But their pm Plover whose wages clothe and feed their bodies has also fed their souls. I nourished the spiritual Side of the individual. Business men Are coming More i and More to realize that life Hon Bons Are broadened at d that its Joys Are multiplied and sharpened by a capacity to take Delight in a Canvas. A symphony a Marble or a poem. Mitchell has done much Mitchell has done More than most. Cities of its size to Foster and Deve Flop a love for Fine arts. Our schools have not overlooked the value of music and Art appreciation and the musical contest it on this year did \ much to arouse interest among he j boys and girls. Our band symphony orchestra and musical c. Ii Ltd i helped to make our City a mils Ca Center of which we Are justly proud while the Art exhibits put on by i schools and women s c time to time have kept awake an j interest in picture appreciation Are coming to understand As the body is to be the mind enriched. That minister to the spirit cared for. No education is what it ought to be unless there is some appreciative understanding works of Genius in the a the Bureau of education greatly enhance its service o e country if it were to lend atsed to the fostering of Good music sculpture painting literature and be higher accomplishments of partisanship. And the state departments of education could supplement and extend the work to fit the needs and conditions of the different states. Sult h promotion of High arts would be Worth vastly More than it costs conducted on a disinterested and Mitchell High to end debate season Friday triangular cont St be Taa Een Hio a Falls. Slot x City and locals scheduled by Ash lated pres Lea is wire fort Worth. Tex., april 26�?gradu-uall> emerging from the flood Waler of the Trinity River which for two Days have prostrated the City. Fort Worth today took up the task of reestablishing Community life. An unofficial Cannity Roll contains the names of Twenty eight dead and missing. Dispatches from Breckenridge Texas state that three persons were drowned there. A report to the police said the Trinity had risen two Rind one Hall feet since it of clock last night. Kor Lier in the night a Rise of fourteen inches an hour in the Trinity Aud eleven inches in a Lear Fork was reported. A slight fall then was followed by a further Rise of an Inch in the former. Bodies of the victims have not been recovered and for this reason no casualty list can be compiled. The death toll based on reports of missing persons was variously estimated from 15 to 25. Many arc missing several persons have been seen to fall into the swollen River and others Are missing. The missing include the Kotlier of it. A. Pettis. Mrs. Sam a. Bradley and three children and a son of cd w. Jettis All believed drowned. Response the Appeal with which Era. Request for a grand jury investigation of the alleged dynamite no of levees by unknown persons was expected today. John la. Mecan chairman of the levee Board. Declared last night that levee which broke yesterday were dynamited nth North Side Twenty five Square Miles of land is said to be under water and that portion of the City virtually is isolated. In other elections the situation is nearly As serious. Families within the danger line of Sycamore a reek have fled to higher ground. Rescued i rom tree. Rescue workers Early today rescued a family from a tree. Relief work was hindered last night by icky darkness but Rescue workers continued to comb the flooded Arias. Power was obtained from Waco thus saving the City from total darkness. Early today a torrential rain swept the City. Streets in the business Section flowed with a Stream of water that reached the curbs. Red Gross Relief Headquarters have been established in various parts of the flooded districts. Armed sentries were almost Tho Only persons on the streets Early today. They Wen members of the american legion who Are co operating with the police department in protecting the City. Was awaited today to last night for $40,000 to care for flood stiff r matched High school will close its a a a a forensic season Friday reverting when local debaters will take part in a triangular meet with Sioux City and Sioux Falls. These three schools formed an association last year for annual contests. For discussion is the a philippine is granted their inde five Mitchell affirmative in the City. Lloyd Kreutz. And the question a resolved that land should be Pendency within will uphold the debate with Sioux Rlaph Hoffman Dean Grunland will represent Mitchell. The contest will be held at 8 in. And will be judged by r. E. P Lauritz Miller and d. M. Rog Rich Era. Saturday evening the Mitchell negative to com including Ben Barnard Thomas Roberts and Walter Ingram will go to Sioux Falls. Both teams Are being coached by Gerald m. Francis. Mitchell won both its debates in this association last year winning two cups. The school which wins these cups two years out of three endures permanent Possession so by winning Friday evening Mitchell would secure both cups. Kail traffic ii voted by rising flood Waters Dallas. Tex. April 26�?the Trinity River was rising steadily Bere today with a forty foot flood stage pre dieted. Rain continued to fall Early i this morning and probable additional i precipitation was forecast. Early today water lacked but ten feet of overlooking the Union terminal railway Yards. Traffic on the Texas and Pacific Between Bere and fort Worth is demoralized. Missouri. Kansas and Texas service North and Santa be and Cotton Belt schedules Are reported Normal. With the exception of 1s93. When a flood stage of 52.6 feet was registered. The River has never reached the 40 foot stage forecast for tonight. City officials and local welfare and Relief agencies Are preparing to car for All flood victims. Two grandmothers of St. Paul Start walk to Sioux qty our from we that just murmured. And so the things Are to be of Field of the Fine if a Ducot ional plane or league officers Davison county s league of women voters is conducted under the direction of mrs. Myra p Weller District chairman and mrs. P. H. Kelley president. Other officers serving at present include miss Edla Laurson. First vice president mrs. W. 8. Hill. Be Ond vice president mrs so x Grunland. Recording Secretary mrs. 8. R. Wallis corresponding Secretary mrs. Ellen Gregory treasurer mrs. To. 8. Wilson membership chairman miss Lily Terson. Auditor and mrs. Haines pianist. The newly elected officers who will take office in october Are mrs William Scallin. President p. H. Kelley first vice pres afro. J. F. Way. Second vice or Esther Cropp. Recording Secretary mrs. Alma Leighiv. Corresponding Secretary mrs m g. Wider auditor and mrs m. P. Well a. Press correspondent. Pat r. C. Mrs. Ident president m. G. W. St. Paul. Minn. April 28 a two St. Paul women both grandmother and each sixty of age. Plan a it Start today on the first Lap of a 286 mile walk to Sioux City Iowa. They Are mrs. Mary Mckee and mrs. Clara Morris and they expect to reach their destination not later than May 16. If weather conditions Are favourable Twenty Miles a Day will be attempted. They will visit mrs. Morris daughter at Sioux City. Both mrs. Mckee and mrs. Morris went on a hikes daily last Winter averaging about seven Miles a Day. Women a advisory Board starts round of visits to schools the women s advisory Hoard of the Mitchell Board of education today started the annual visits to Tho schools of the City. These visit take in even room in the Public school system and make it possible for the Hoard members to meet the teacher. The members of the Hoard include mrs. A. C Miller. Mrs. C. 8. Bobb mrs. G. G. Kimball. Mrs. A. B. Hager and mrs. P. H. Kelley. A to by associated pre Quot Quot leased wire Tokio. Japan. April 26.�?a heavy Earth Shock entering in Tokio. Occurred at 10 15 of clock this morning. Considerable damage was done to buildings in the City
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