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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 10C2.
SPECIAL RATES FOR BUYERS
Jbtr aid lfai. facta nn Arrant; to Hslp
HEAVY SPRING BUSINESS ANTICIPATED
Wholesale District Already FHIIa Vp
with Visitors mm Mmmy Meva
Art Empected Early
I Heat Week.,
Yesterday the sals of tickets under the
spring engagement between the Omaha Job
ber' and Manufacturers' association and the
railroads In the Omaba territory went Into
fleet and will continue until February to.
Under the terms of this -agreement all per
sons purchasing tickets for Omaha within
the prescribed time are granted a rate of
one and one-fifth fare for the round trip.
The rules under which these special rates
re granted require the visitor to purchase
ticket for Omaha and take a receipt from
the agent for the money paid. This receipt
la to be deposited at the office of the secre
tary of the Commercial club upon arriving
la the city and when the visitor is ready
to return he will be given an order for a
return ticket, for which he will be required
to pay but one-flfth of the regular rate.
Ticket sold between the dates mentioned
re good returning from February 19 to
There are two excursions to be run this
year and the second promises to bring to
the city a larger number than the first, as
aeveral of the jobbers are preparing es
pecial entertainments for their visitor
from March 1 to March 7. the time the
ticket for the second excursion are on sale.
' Entertainment for EmbaJmers.
The only especial entertainment so far ar
ranged for completely 1 that of M. Wulpl
of the Omaha Casket company. He is pre
paring for a visit of the embalmers of the
states of Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and
parts of Missouri and Kansas. So tar about
, 100 have accepted bis Invitation to De pres
ent. The party will be entertained at tho
ofllc of the company and a series of lec
tures will be given by eminent professionals
oa the subject of . embalming. Introducing
the most approved methods and the modern
discoveries In this line of work.
Tickets for the second excursion will be
good returning from March 4 to March 10.
This rate does not Interfere with the first
Invitation sent out by the Omaha Jobbers
for the spring of 1902, by which they offer
to refund the railroad far paid upon the
purchase of a certain amount of goods.
Wholesale District Filling; Up.
The first trade did not bring to Omaha
' the visitors In large numbers, although the
wholesale district are beginning to fill
with spring purchasers. Persons reaching
Omaha yesterday will have to remain in the
city five days before they can return home
at the reduced rate, and the visit of the
verage buyer Is not more than three days,
so that Monday the large crowds will begin
to arrive, and next week will see the spring
visitor from all section of the territory
visited by Omaha commercial traveler.
A great deal of good 1 betng done In all
part of the country by Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy. The most flattering testi
monial hav been received, giving account
of It good work, of aggravating and per
sistent cough that have yielded to it
soothing effect, of evere cold that have
been broken up by It use, of threatened at
tacks of pneumonia that hav beea warded
off and of dangeroua case of croup that
it has cured. The great popularity and ex
tensive sals of thl great preparation can
not be urprls to anyone who Is ac
quainted with It good qualities. Vie It
when you have need of such a remedy and
It will do you good. For sale by all drug
glsts. . ' -
G. D. Jone Geta the Coat.
Mr, O. D. Jones, 2612 Sherman avenue,
was awarded the $20.00 overcoat -by three
Judges, one from each of the dally papers,
in the Hayden Bros, contest for the best
snswer to "Why do Hayden Bros sell the
most clothing In Omaha?"
Announcements of tho 'theaters.
Tba Orpheum Road Show will bring to
close with matinee and evening per
formance today one of the most satisfac
tory and succesiful engagements that was
ever played at that popular theater. A
series of packed houses have witnessed the
show and the general Verdict is that It Is
really ft leader in -vaudeville. Mclntyre
nd Heath hav changed tbetr bill from the
early part of the week, now presenting
'their famous "Georgia Minstrels," which
seems to lose none of Its popularity. Joe
Welch, as la his wont, told some new sto
ries. A number of theater parties hav
engaged seat for the matinee to witness
the set of th Union Qatllng Guards.
Tomorrow afternoon Innes and his cele
brated band open the first of ths four
concert to be given at the Boyd. The
others sre Sunday night and Monday after
' noon and night. The soloists with the
band are: Kryl, the cornetlat; Zerne,
tenor: Mrs. Boyden, soprano; Blgnorina
Borghl. contralto, and Albertl, baritone.
The especial features will be scenes from
."Lucia," "Carmen," "Faust," Innes' nation
ally famous "Prloca Charming", two-step
march, and ft spectacular "Anvil Chorus,
introducing electrical effects, ft corps of
red-shlrted anvll-beaters, lowered lights,
singing birds snd other realistic effects.
Three Mac to Denver.
Via Union Pacific
On via Omaha (two trains dally).
One via Kansas City (two trains dally)
Ons via Cheyenne (two trains dally).
Ths fast tralna to Denver are via the
Full Information cheerfully furnished on
City ticket office, 1324 Farnam. 'Phone 111.
Union alation, 10th and Marcy. 'Phone
OPES AMERICAN THIUlMJ COI.OKV
GeraWlae, Tn, February SO.
On February 18 the Rock Island Route
will aell tlrketa from Council Bluffs and
Omaha to Holiday, Tex., and return at
rate of 121.30.
For further Information call at Rock
Island city ticket office. ,1323 Farnam street.
. Shampooing and hair oresslng, 15c, at The
uamery, ii-z.-v tee uunaing. inn.
Th Hot Spring, of Arkansas.
Owned and controlled by U. S. govern
meat. The nation's health and pleasure
resort. Splendid winter climate. Oolf. Els
gant hotels Eastman, Park and Arlington
For Information address hotel managers, or
T. F. Godfrey,' P. A T. A.. Missouri Paclfio
Ry , 14ta and Douglas streets, Omaha, Neb.
ftf.OO far a Halt a, Day's Wartt.
: If yeu live in the country or In a small
town and have ft good acquaintance among
th farmer and stock raisers In th neigh
borhood, you can make $3 easily by four
'. or five hour' work. Writ . and w will
ssnd you our proposition. Th Bee Publish
ing company. Solicitors' Dept.. Omaba, Nsb.
. Sesd articles of Incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meeting, etc, ts The Bse
W will glv them proper legs. Insertion
, Be teUphoa, lii.
A Notable Sale of
Women's Fine Shoes
$3 and $3.50 Values, $1.85 pair
A fortnuate purchase of 2,000 pairs of women's fine
shoes from eastern manufacturers and jobbers permits of
this extraordinary announcement. Ftylish and high
grade footwear has never been sold at KUC1I a low price.
The offer includes the most trustworthy and dependable
, makes of women's shoes, such as The
famous Queen Quality Shoes that
are advertised the world over at
$3.00 n nnir.
rv . . 1
' A Ever desirable
11.85 a pair.
Men's Fine Shoes
atari extraordinary law price
Tou can choose from a splendid
variety of the best men's shoes
made, for $1.88. Dozen of correct
styles in the following leathers
Men's Vici Kid Shoes
Men's' Velcvrs Calf Shoes
MerCs S atin Calf Shoes
and men's fin dress shoes In vari
ous leathers. They are 8J.0O. $3.50
and $4.00. A fortunate purchase
enables us td offer them at $1.98
a pair - v'
Basement Shoe Bargains.
Boys' Dress Shoes, 98c pair.
Girls' Dress Shoes, 98c pair.
Boys' Storm Shces, 98c pair.
Girls' Storm Shoes, 98c pair.
Worth up to
$2 a pair,
all go at
1810 Irlas St, "
Saturday morning, 8 to. 10 o'clock.
Saturday evening, T to 9 o'clock. .
Ladles' Wrappers, $1.00
Choice of all our fall style ladles'
Wrappers for $1.00. ' Mads of percales
and a few fleece lined. A there Is
practically no change" In the style of
wrappers, this is a chance to secure a
Ladies' Petticoats, SI.OU
The beet you ever saw for th
money. The dollar price Is only for
this sale, so If you want one at that
price you will have to come Saturday.
Ladies' Fine Wool Waists
We have a few of the $8.00. $.V
and $6.7$ Wool Wslsts that will sell
Saturday at $3 each.
lIO UvlllSI (
Via. Rack Island Route.
Every day during March and April.
On way tlcketa from Council Bluff snd
Salt Lake and Ogden ..' $20.00
Helena and Butte M.00
Portland and Ashland 6.00
Tacoma and Seattle 25.00
City ticket office, 112$ Farnam street.
Tickets to nearly all point In the United
State on sals at all ticket office of th
Chicsgo Crest Western railway on th first
and third Tuesdays of Jaavwwry and Febru
ary at ths low rat of o fare plua $2.00
for the round trip. Good to return in 21
day from dais of sal. For detailed In
formation ri aar Chicago Great West
era agent, or i. P. Elmer. O. P. A.. Chi
Publish your legal notices la The Weekly
De. Telephone $3.
Shampooing and hair dressing, 15c. at Th
BaU.ry. 118-210 Bs Building. Tel. 1T1C
Your choice at
Little Girls' Dress Shoes, 75o.
' Little Boys' School Shoes, 75c.
Little Gents' School Shoe, 75c
These are re
values, and worth
than our special pr.
A Piano Sale
The entire wholesale piano stock of
Jas. T. Reerdon Co. of New York
on aale now at
Schmoller & Mueller's,
175 beautiful standard pianos, com
prising all make and all styles, are
now offered at prices that put all
previous piano sale into Insignifi
cance. Brand new Upright Pianos,
In rosewood, mahogany, flemish oak,
bird's-eye maple, Italian and Hun
garlan aith cases, regular prices $350,
$400, $450 and $500, are now offered
and aold at $118. $137. $149, $158 and
Terms; $10 Cash and S5
These beautiful Instruments are
fully guaranteed by the makers and
by us and are made with all the latest
We are the sole agents for the cele
brated Stelnway, A- B. Chase, Voae,
Steger, Emerson, Eteck, Mason &
Hamlin and Marshall A Wendell
Pianos, the oldest makes In the
United States. Call and pay us a
visit of Inspection, whether you wish
to buy or not. It unable to call, aend
for catalogues, prices and terms. It
will pay you.
The largest piano house In th west.
1313 Fnrnam St.. Omaha
50 2 Broadway. Council 11 luffs.
Telephone; 386. -
SUTHERLAND I.lbbie L., February 10,
lie, ai ituntingcon, uregon, wile Ol A. w
Funeral Saturday afternoon. February It,
at t o'clock from the residence of her
father. Captain John A. Snoue, 1 If South
Twenty-ninth strevt, to rroapect Mill csrne
tery. Funeral and interment private.
HKLDEN Mrs. K . at the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. Lyman.
Funeral will ba Sunday afternoon and
private. Friends axe requested nui to send
Saturday bargain greater than ever new
goods, hew styles continually coming In.
Winter goods of all descriptions slaughtered.
Price cut to one-third their value every
thing going to make room for the new
Tho last call on winter Jackets. Only
375 leftjsome elegant garments among them
garments that sold as high as $20.00, for
Women's cspes In heavy boucle, at $1.15.
Women' curly astrakhan trimmed with
braid edging, that sold at $10.00, for $3.60.
Women' fur cape that aold for $15.00,
Women's muff that sold for $5.00, for
Women's astrakhan collarette that sold
for $7.00, for. $1.16.
Women's fine astrakhan collarettes, satin
lined, that aold for $9.00, on sale at $2.98.
Children' jacket for 60c.
Infant' eiderdown cloaks, 60c.
All our children's Jacket that sold up
to $10.00. for $2.98.
$00 more of those elegant silk skirt
that (old, up to $25.00, for $10.00.
100 rainy-day eklrt Just received beauti
ful thing worth $10.00, for $5.00.
75 rainy-day skirts for only $1.50.
NEW SPRING GOODS we received- the
last few days."
The balance of the wholesale stock of
P. B. Halght A Co., at one-fifth of the
regular prices. We must clean up this lot
of good by Saturday night sure, and we
have marked them down to the price that
will do It. We have named prices before.
but NO ONE has ever before quoted such
prices or vslues as these.
Men' black vlcl. Bale' Goodyear welt.
worth $3.60, go at $1.79.
Men's wax calf, Bali' Goodyear welt,
worth $3.50, go at $1.79.
Men's velour calf, Bals' Goodyear welt.
Saturday in the
Saturday we will put soma bargains o
gains over nt on before. Dress goods, fur
covers, etc. Come early and stay late.
NO PEDDLERS, DEALERS OR MANUF
DRESS GOODS- , .
t8-lnch' nice dress plaids, spring styles,
regular 16c goods, will go At 6c.
30-inch half ,wool fancies. In red, brown.
$ shade of blue, new greens, etc., worth
15o, will go at 7Hc.
36-inch two thirds wool, nice, bright
colors, worth 25 yard, will go at 12ttc.
88-Inch serge, worth 29c, at 19c.
86-lnch line English henrletta, worth
89c, at 25c. '
30-lnch extra heavy suitings, worth S9e,
80-inch extra heavy skirtings, worth 60e,
at c ;.. ' V-
40- Inch fine granite, all color, atrictly
all wool, worth 0o. at 49c.
68-inch all wool eultlngs. worth $1.25, at
56-inch MacK broadcloth, worth $1.26, at
49c. . .' '
75c all wool silk' stripe challls at 49c.
EOo all wool challls, without ths silk
stripe, st 25o. '
75c strictly all wool French flannel, 25o.
Silk striped challls, worth 50c, at 29c.
SILKS. AND VELVETS IN BARGAIN
A handsome new line of silks now en
sale, besides several ..odds snd ends to
close out. Here is where' a lady can And
a handaome silk foulard or waist at a tri
fling expense. Examine them and you will
And them at about half the pries you
would pay elsewhere.
85o foulard, all spring colors, at 49c.
$1.00 striped walsting silks, at 49c.
$1.00 trimming embossed silks, at 89c.
Louslene silks, all colors, at S9c.
25c Pesrl Buttons, per
Saturday at 8:30 a. ra. we will place on
sal 600 gross of tf finest plain snd fancy
pearl buttons, worth from 20c to 26o per
dosens, for 6o per dosen.
None sold to dealers. Limited to three
(8) cards to each customer.
This lot of buttons are the seasons clear
ing of th largest pearl button works In the
world and contain all kinds and else from
No. 10 to No. $4.
Meats end Chickens
' No. 1 sugar cured hama, 11 He.
No. 1 California hams, 7c.
Fresh bologna sausage, Ec.
This Is a line
our store haa long
Handling as we
goods which Is
W hiva ths
GLOVES, as used by surgeons. Then GLOVE
the medium weight glove (The Non
pareil Brand). Also the regular
weight old fashioned gloves with
SIIERHAU & UcGOHIIELL DRUG CO.,
Cor. (6th and Dodge Sts., Omaha.
Mm cwi m-
Women's stylish suits opening price,
New spring suit, stylish garments, $10.00.
New spring suits, silk lined throughout,
opening price only $20.00.
1,500 rainy-day skirts have arrived tc th
last few day in all the new style and
creation. The ablest advertiser eould only
give you a mesger Idea of what the styles
New silk waists with tho new cuff, new
front, new hack and new sleeve, at $3.98,
$4.98 and $8.50.
The most beautiful lot of dress skirt
that ever came to Omaha, at $30.00, $40.00,
$50.00 and $60.00.
SATURDAY NIGHT from 7:30 to :S0 we
will put on sale 35 doien heavy fleece
lined wrappers that sold up to $1.60, for
Great sale on ladles' underskirt and
wrapper will be continued.
Underskirts st 25c, 75c and $1.00. -
Skirts Made Free
Until February 19th we will make a plain
lined skirt free of charge, providing the
goods are bought In our high grade dree
good department and cost not less than
$1.00 per yard. Full particulars at our
high grade dress good department.
worth $4.00, go at $1.79.
Men's tan calf and tan vlcl. Goodyear
welt, worth $3.60, $4.00 snd $4.50, go at
Ladies' best black vlcl lace Goodyear
welt, worth $3.60, go at $1.79.
Ladies' best black vlcl lace, hand turn,
worth $3.50 and $4.00, go at $1.79.
Ladles' btst black vlcl laee, McKay sewed,
worth $3.00 and $3.60, go at $1.79.
Men's English coltak'.n lace, worth $2.50,
go at $1.48.
Men's satin calf lace, worth $2.60, go at
Men's black vlcl lace, worth $2.50 and
$3.00, go at $1.48.
Boys' and youths' satin calf, kangaroo
calf and black vlcl, worth $1.75, $2.00 and
$2.60, go at $1.47.
YOUR SHOE MONEY will go a long ways
In the Bargain Room Saturday.
Men' satin calf, ball, worth $1.75, at
Men's satin calf, bals, worth, $2.00, at $1.39.
Boys' satin calf, bals, worth $1.60, at
Youths' satin calf, bals, worth $1.60, at
Little gents' satin calf, bals, worth $1.35
and $1.60, at 98c.
Ladles' shoes, tan or black, worth up to
$3.60 a pair, go at 95c.
Ladles' best quality common sense but
ton,, 2V to 4V4, worth $3.00 and $3.60, go
Children's black vlcl button or lace, al
ways sold at 60c, Saturday all day, at 19c.
Come early no waiting.
n the tables that are really the best bar-
nlshing goods, ; silks, wash goods, table
ACTURERS SOLD TO IN THIS ROOM.
China silks, 29c and 19c.
Yard. wide black silk skirting, 29c. Ex
tra heavy, worth 69c.
Yard wide black lining silk at 19c.
Kl Ki plaids - and stripe, cord, etc..
worth up to 69c, at 39c.
Silk 'velvet, worth 60c yard, at 19c.
Velveteen, all colors, worth 60c, at 25c.
Corduroy worth 75c yard, at 29c.
7c full standard prints, at 3c.
6c full standard prints at 2Hc
Simpson's black and white prints st 4c.
Simpson's silver gray prints, at 4o.
American shirting prints at 3c.
36-inch One percales, worth 15c, at Ec.
Indigo blue prints at 4c.
15o sllkollne. at 8tto.
20o sllkollne, st 10c.
19c srt denims snd draperies, at 10c.
15c dimities, at 10c.
15o white goods, at 10c.
Men's Stsr and Monarch dress shirts,
worth $1.00 snd $1.60, st 39c.
Men's fine neckwear, at 10c.
15o black sateen, st 8Vic.
16o xephyr ginghams, st 7Vic.
6c spron checks, at 4c.
Shaker flannel, worth 6c, at 3c.
19c linings, at Ec.
Skirt linings, worth Ec, st 2e. v -EXTRA
FROM $ TO 2:30 P. M.
We will sell full standard prlnta, only 10
yards to a customer, at, yard, le.
FROM 7:30 TO 8 P. J.
We will sell 6c apron check, only E yards
to a customer, at, yard, 2c.
At 9:00 p. m. until we close, we will sell
fine bleached muslin, worth 6c yard, only
10 yards to a customer, at, yard, 2c.
Package Fume sausage, 12Hc.
Fresh dressed chickens at low prices.
Fruits and Nuts
New Turkey dates, per pound, 4c.
Sweet naval oranges, each lc
Large meaaure peanuts, Sc.
I Fancy Juicy lemons, per doten, 12Vic
Large naval oranges, per dosen, 82c.
To advertise our fancy grade of pure
cream cheese we will place on sale all our
best, pure cream cheese at, per pound, 14c.
Anchovies, per pound, 8c.
of goods for which
do only goods which
we obtain direct from factorlea, we THC 1 1
are able to furnish at all times new prir I J
of prime Importance,
THIV PURE RUM
gauntlet la black and tan. Price 81.25 per pair; by mall $1.85,
RUBBER GLOVES are now being used for a variety of
purposes where protection ts needed for the bands.
Write for Rubber Goods Cstalogue.
Every pair of boys' and children's shoes that we
sell was made for us direct made of honest stock
and by honest makers.
Every pair of boys' and childen's shoes sold by
us is sold with the distinct understanding that
they are honest shoes.
We do not buy any job lots or doubtful shoes
and run the risk of having you dissatisfied for the
sake of a few additional pennies profit; good shoes
are so cheap now-a-days that it don't pay to buy
or sell poor ones at any price. -
We are now opening our new spring line of
boys', children's and misses' shoes; we think they
are the greatest shoes for the price that ever came
out of a shoe factory.
MADE OF KANGAROO CALF
Misses' 1 . , .
sizes o to
MADE OF SATIN CALF
IT'S A GOOD HOSE, TOO,
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
We are selling at 15c, 2 for 25c. double knee fast black, elastic rinrrnv t-lh '
OUR LINE OF INFANT WEAR IS H KCOMINQ QUITE COMFLETF ami I.
priced so as to effect a saving on each article. v -UMfl-.TE, and 1
BOYS' SPRING SUITS AND TOP COATS GALORE Marked tlose to the core
In style, material and workmanship, they speak for hemelve '""; corr"
Afl THE TAILOR TO THE M iV on A bin wm num!S. vWJ". - '
Saturday tho Last
one this winter that you will have a
chance to buy our Egyptian Lotus Cream
for 6 cents a bottle. Everybody that's
used it knows It's the best. Saturday It's
60c Cramer's Kidney Cure (genuine).... 4'ic
$1.00 Peruna, one to a customer 57o
$1.00 Duffy's Malt Whiskey Tic
$1.00 Wine Cardul 4o
25o Laxative Bromo Quinine l.'c
25c Qulnacetol. best for colds 2no
$1.00 Sexlne Plhs 7So
$1.00 Dr. Pierce's Remedies 67a
$2.00 Cramer s Pennyroyal Pills tl.uo
60c LIKBIO EXTRACT BEEF 13c
1-lb. jar Llebls Extract Beef $l.:5
$1.00 Parisian Hair Tonlo loo
&flc King's New Discovery 8o
$1.00 Newbro's Herplclde bic
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Drasr - tnre.
'11. T47. . W. Cor. IOib and Cbleag.
Goods aellverd FRRE to any oart at city.
93 Bottled in Bond
Whiskey, qt. bottle
This whiskey Is a product
of the old and celebrated
New Hope distillery, located
In Nelson county, Kentucky.
We have something particu
larly tine to offer our pa
trons In this whiskey. It Is
rich, mellow and for nine
years went through ie
process Of ripening In the
barrel. This Is a treat for
patrons and for all lovers of
rare old whiskies, snd an
excellent opportunity to se
cure the article at a very
We personally recommend
this old New Ilnpe, knowing
Its age and excellent qual
ity. Pure California Wines,
ibc, 60o, 7Rc (bottle ripe), per
filled. City order delivered.
Klae Wlara and Table l.tqaors,
Opsostt Pastame. Telei.hone I HI.
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
We always Lave fresh goods.
Mall and telegraph ordera filled
promptly. Special rates to phy
sicians and druggists. We keep
all kinds of VACCINE SHIELDS
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO.,
1M7 Douglas &tre.t
There's nothing to fear, either as to palu
or lack of skill, when ws extract your teeth
with Vitalised Air.
to 11 $1.00
to 2 $1.25
9 to 13 95c t!
13J to 2 $1.10 (
25 to 55 $1.25
.-wu vie i lor prlng.
Od. Orshsrd Yf Usslai
There Are Others
Along with the perfected American Shoe
at $3.50 Always
We carry the most complete line of $2.B0
welted women's shoes ever shown in
If It Is your .ntentlon to put but $2.60 In
a pair of shoes you can have enamel or
patent, calf oi kid, heavy or light, mannixh
And every pair a genuine welt and 81.50
We meke n specialty of $2.60 and $3.10
shoes for women.
SOROSIS SHOE STORE
Bend for catalogue. . f Tel, A724.
Frank Wilcox, Mgr.. 20$ S. 16th St. '
Our Boot Booklet mailed free f:r ths asking.
Is in (he eating, and
the only test of bear I
in the drinking. If ynu
will try our fine bot
tled beer you will
know more about It In
five minutes than we
can tell you In five
week and we will ac
cept your verdict.
Order a case of two
doten quarts or pints.
r OMAHA. NEB. J
Tel. 110. Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumsyer. At., car Neumayer
Hotel, Council Bluffs. Iowa.
The oldest reliable DRUG STORE at 14th
and Douglas has always been known as oa
of th beat place In Omaba to have your
prescriptions compounded. Our help I
always th beet, graduate in pharmacy
and state registered men are the only one
who compound her. All physician who
favor us aay .they know they are getting .
Jrst what they prescribe, as results Is what
tell, snd they get them hers. Our price
sr th most reasonable, consistent with
th genuine remedies furnished. Th
next time glv u a trial.
Htb and Douglas Bts.
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