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THK OMAHA DAILY TIIUHSDAY, A I' II I L IT. 1002.
FREIGHT RATES CUT FIGURE
Becretary TJtt Pointi Out Omaha'i Advan
tage on Indian Supplies.
LOCAL MEN EXPECT SOME CONTRACTS
Fallare tn Specify Omaha lellerr
for lra Likely Hrlna A hunt
Sonar Actlltjr In Wi.hinc
Ion Official Circles.
John E. I'tt, secretary o( the Commercial
club. retuinel yesterday from Chicago,
where he went to be present t the opening
of bin's for Indian supplies.
"The question of freights seemed to be
one In which Omaha wan more deeply In
terested than anything else after the fig
urea had been submitted," said he. "When
I met the commissioner of Indian supplies
I told him that everything else being equal
the bids of the Omaha partus would be the
most favorable for the government on ac
count of the lower rale from this city to
the larger number of Indian reservations
In the west. He seemed to doubt this state
ment, so I aecured from the agents of the
different railroad companies a statement
showing the rntea from Chicago and other
points and from ; Omaha to the different
reservations. This statement bore out my
contention, and I then had another inter
view with Mr. Jones. When presented with
the figures he seemed surprised and ad
mitted that' the question of freight rates
would have considerable to do with the let
ting of contracts, especially when bids will
be close. The result of the bidding cannot
be known for some time, but Omaha was
well represented and we all hope that local
bidders will secure awards."
The present letting of bids Is likely to
cause some stir In Washington over the
failure of the Indian commissioner to
specify Omaha delivery on drugs thla year.
In 1897 and again In 1898 the Richardson
Prug company of this city secured the con
tract for the sale of drugs to the Indiana.
Lest year when the contracts were adver
tised Omaha delivery of drugs was not pro
vided for. Commissioner Jones said that
a change could not then be made, but that
he would specify Omaha delivery this year.
The matter waa referred to Congressman
Mercer, who (aid that he would see that
Omaha delivery waa specified this year, but
when the specifications were made no
Omaha delivery was specified. Again the
matter was called to the attention of the
commissioner and again be said that It was
too late, but he would do better tn 1903.
Senator Millard heard of the matter and
sent to Omaha for a statement of the en
tire matter with the intention of bringing
It before the Indian bureau or the Interior
department for the purpose of seeing that
Omaha interests are protected in the fu
ture. For ' (hose who desire w se the Ssnta
Fs California Limited trclns for the trip
to Los Angeles account Woman's Federa
ted clubs convention May 1 to Inolustve,
the management has arranged to accept
on these trains the special rate round
trip tickets on sale for this occasion April
21 to 2T inclusive. $45.00 la the rats from
principal points In Nebraska. Thla is an ex
ceptional opportunity to travel on this cele
brated train, as ordinarily only full fars
first class tickets are accepted. Applica
tions for accommodations should be made
as far in advance as poslble. E. L. Palmer
of Dea Moines la the district passenger
Graphophona at av Bargain.
FOR BALE Latest modal type, A. O.
combination graphophone, which playa both
large and small reoords; list price, $90.00.
This is especially designed -for concert pur
poses, having a thlrty-ela-lnch . horn and
stand. It also Includes twenty large Edi
son records and carrying casa of twenty
tour records. The machine is entirely new
and has never been used. Will sell at a
bargain. Address X 86, In cars of The Bee.
TO PRINT BOHEMIAN PAPERS
V. I. Kostorys n Others Incorporate
Articles of 'incorporation for the Bohemian-American
Newspaper union have been
Hied with the county clerk by 8. L. Kos
torys, F. J. Havluy, Charles C. Stelntcka
and Frank Valla of Omaha, James Havlek
of Llnwood, Neb., and V. J. Kacer of Wtl
ber. In Omaha, as Its principal place of
business, the company is to print and pub
lish weekly, semi-weekly, trl-weekly and
dally newspapers and patent insldes for
newspapers. The authorized capital stock
Is given aa $25,000. The Incorporators con
stitute the first board of directors and will
cloct the officers of the corporation.
The corporation la the successor of the
Osveta Publishing company, and S. L. Kos
torys of the old Arm is the head of the new
one, butlis associates are said to have been
not of the old Arm, but Its employes. The
publication of the Osveta Is to ba continued
and in addition the corporation acquires
smaller papers In other towns of the state
where It will print papers of a also and
frequency determined by the caliber ot the
town and community. All will be in Bo
hemian. A great many women are subject to
ipclli of dizziness, spots before the eyes,
and a ringing noise in the head. These
symptoms are commonly associated with
liver " trouble as the result of a diseased
condition of the stomach and other or
gang of digestion and nutrition.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery care diseases of the stomach and the
' allied organs of digestion and nutrition.
It cures through the stomach diseases
seeminglv remote from that organ, but
which have their origin in a diseased
condition of the stomach and digestive
' and nutritive system. Hence, cures of
heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and other
organs are constantly effected by the
use of Dr. Pierce a Golden Medical Dis
covery. There la no alcohol in the " Discovery
and it is free from opium, cocaine, and
all other narcotics.
Some dealers may offer a aubstitute as
just aa good" aa Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. There's more profit
la substitutes for the dealer. There's
tnors health in the " Discovery for yon.
Doat ba imposed on.
u a) wtta taa grcatsst pleaawra 1 write yoa
tla mmU avy nutter as rcccivwl from your
'Ooldca Medical Diwy," says Miu Cams
iokiuoa, of Lowsxnilc Amherst Co.. Virginia.
h suferwd anlotd misery wtvh utertoe dues
sod aarravaaoM, aad had a cotm.nl rosnog
sod rtngiag aotat ia her bead. After uking
sis hotJcs of Dr. Picm's Gohdca Medical Di
1 auvery she was entirely carL
When a laxative is required use Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
s 1 1 V
4 n.OOBS LOADED WITH Plains.
At llnnpe's, Iftia-tfllll Ooaslaa street
All the lesdlng makes of plsnos, the
greatest variety of medium grsde plsnos
and many of the chesper grades are forced
on the market at prices thst put competi
tion In the shade, on payments of less than
$1.25 per week, for the cheaper grades, en
abling anyone to become the possessor of
an Instrument which will make home
Think of buying upright plsnos which are
usually sold at from $2V) to t2"0 for $97.
$10. $117. $12ft. $135, $144, and so on, in
cluding stool snd scarf.
Then look st the elegant cased upright
pianos in mahogsny, in walnut, in golden
oak, In butternut. In rosewood finish, pianos
running from $325 up to $450 and $500,
which we are selling at $217, $228, $246,
$273, and so on, on terms to suit every
body. Then we have an Immense line of new
and second-hand organs, which we are sell
ing at $6, $10, $18. $23. $29. $32. $36, $42,
etc.. from 50c a week up. All goods marked
In plain figures: no more will be asked, no
It Is well known that we have what we
advertise, we do what we agree; the guar
antee you get from ua Is sufficient, but we
supplement it with one from the factory,
so you are doubly secured. We have rep
resented many of the prominent makes of
pianos for twenty-eight years. We can
show you the plsnos In the homes of the
customers who have used them for over a
quarter of a century. We take pride In
being able to convince you that our pianos
outwesr the guarantee five times.
Fire la The Bee BallitlnsT,
A few days ago a fire broke out in one
of the rooms oa the second floor of The
Bee building. A waste bssket caught fire,
setting a Jesk ablaze. There were perhaps
not a dozen tenants of the building who
knew that there was a fire, and those who
did were not in the least alarmed. The
only damage which it realy did was to burn
off the wooden door casing, for the casings
are the only wooden construction In the
There are not many buildings In Omaha
where this could have occurred without
having done a great amount of damage.
In what kind of a building do you have
Any morning you may wake up and find
that the eatlre contents ot your office,
your valuable books and papers have been
destroyed by fire. Is It not worth while
to have an office in s building where fire
has no terrors? There are other reasons
besides its being a fireproof building. Call
on R. C. Peters ft Co., the rental agents, snd
they will be glad to show you sfflces which
we know will please you.
Announcement of the Theaters.
"The Climbers," Clyde Fitch's brilliant
play of social life, will be presented tor
the first time In thla olty st the Boyd
Thursday night, the engagement being lim
ited to four performances. - The theme of
"The Climbers" is the pursuit of social
distinction by one set of personages in
the play, of wealth through dishonest meth
ods by another, and of happiness and high
Ideals by a third. All this Mr. Fitch treats
In serious or satirical manner. Illuminating
the serious aspect of his drsma by many
ingeniously diverting bits of characteriza
tion snd clean comedy. There are four acts,
all of which have been mounted with great
care. Three of them are interior snd are
considered to be the beet reproductions yet
seen of a home of wealth and fashion. The
original equipment will be brought here for
the engagement. The dressing of the wom
en thoughout the play Is notable.
Send articles of Incorporation, notices ef
stockholders' meetings, etc., to The Bee.
Ws will give them proper legal insertion.
Bee telephone, 238.
NOW UP TO SCHOOL BOARD
Charges of Derlatloa froas Plai
Contractors oa Planning"
At the next meeting of the Board of Edu
cation it is probable that there will be a
"showdown" tn the contest which has been
carried on for some time between Archi
tect Lateneer snd John Rows ft Co., the con
tractors who installed the heating plant for
the new High school building.
Members of the board have been served
with copies of a letter written by the archi
tect to the contractors in which he soeclfles
a number of places in which the plans have
not been followed by the contractors. The
architect also says that changes have been
made which were not approved by him.
The complaint covers four typewritten pages
and contains sixty-eight separate charges
of vsrlatlons from the plans. The greater
number of complaints ars that smaller
pipes have been used than were snectOed.
that changea have been mada In the loca
tion of machinery and that a number of
valves provided tor In the specifications
have been omitted.
The- contractors snswer the srchltect In
a letter to the members of the Board of
Education In which each Item of complaint
Is taken up by number. While admitting
that the changes complained of by the
architect have been made, they deny some
ot the charges and say. "We have made no
changes from the specifications except un
der the direction of the architect and when
we saw we could improve the work. Ws
are willing at any time to fix up any de
tective plena of work that may arise within
a reasonable time and not caused by care
lessness in or about the building."
VOLUNTEER TO FIX CLOCK
Esnerte Think They Cant Hake Bis;
Timepiece Readable After
Two men . from Washington have volun
teered to solve the problem of the federal
building clock and the cuatedlan has writ
ten to the supervising architect asking that
tbey be granted permission to make the
experiment. When Mr. Wood well and Mr.
Daugherty, lolted Btstes Inspectors of
electrical appliances In federal buildings.
visited the city a week or two ago the
problem of securing service from the clock
after the shades fall was mentioned to
them, and tbey were told of the obstacles
which have appeared to be iosurmountsble
to lorsl talant.
In spite of every failure so recorded
these men announced that they had solved
the problem before and that they knew
of one clock of about the asms elxe which
would announce the time ot night to all
beholders at the distance ot a mile. Tbey
bad. however, scruples against taking the
matter up on their own account, so the
custodian volunteersd to have the archi
tect rail upon them for their solution of
the clock problem.
The electrical experts did not mention
the way in which they would make the
clock legible after nightfall, but a promise
of the possibility was enough to awaken
the interest of the eustodlan, to whom ths
clock baa become a sort of bugbesr, sad he
Is doing wbst he can te have a new plan
has ths unanimous endorsement of the med
ical profession. It Is prepared by the An-
hsuse-Buses, Brewing Ass's, which fact
guarantees the purity, ea.oallen.oe and merit
dallied for U. .....
TROUBLES OF THE ASSESSOR
He Questions Good Faith of Pnblio Cry
WANTS AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HEARD
Criticises Practice of Hoard of Equal
isation In llrarlna; C omplaints
Wlthnat Presence of An-
"Everybody is hsvlng a grest desl to say
Just now about the things that the asses
sors should and should not do," remarked
one of the most experienced assessors ot
the county's twenty-nine as he etood In
the treasurer's office vesterdsy morning. "It
would be helpful If they could show the
same eagerness for fair returns when a
call on them individually.
"The fact Is the assessors of Douglas
county do not f-el that the public Is sin
cere to the extent that It would back them
In doing what it now advises. An assessor
fare Just like a dogcatcher everybody
cries to have the dogs tsxed, but the first
man who sees the catcher carrying away
his own pet raise3 the deuce about It. Sup
pose, in seeking to ascertain the real or
fair value of a stock of goods on which a
prominent merchant makes a return that
Is apparently too low, the assessor resorts
to legal procedure to force the merchant
and others to appear and testify, do you
suppose the commissioners and everybody
else In authority, ss well aa the public,
will help that assessor all they can? Not
for a minute will they do that; rathnr
would I expect them to throw obstacles in
Would Defend Hie Work.
"Again, the assessor has no fair oooor-
tunlty to defend his work when the Board
of County Commissioners meets as a board
of equalization, for when the property-owner
makes his complaint about the assess
ment he Is notified to appear for a hearing
on a certain date, but the assessor is sent
no such word. The complainant very often
prefers that 'the assessor be not present
and the matter is purposely kept quiet.
When the besring is had the property
owner tells his story, makes bis claims,
produces his figures and, as there la no one
present to dispute tbem, the commissioners.
who feel themselves too busy to go out and
look over the premises, often accept the
complainant's word or at least compromise
matters, when, had the assessor been tres
ent to defend his figures, there might have
been no change at all.
"The commissioners may be acting In
the beat of faith, but how are they to tell
from a one-handed debate what to do If
they cannot go themselves to the cremlses
and investigate? If the public la sincere In
its demand for a change in methods let It
require the commissioners to notify asses
sors of the date of hesring on certain com
plaints, just as they notify the complain
ants. The assessors could collect nothing
for their time, but very often thev would
appear just because tbey would wish to de
fend the figures attacked."
' Shampooing and hair dressing, 25o, at the
Bsthery, 2K-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1716.,
Tourist Car Service to Denver.
On April IS the Union Pacific placed in
service between Council Bluffs, Omaha ant
Denver a through ordinary (tourist) car,
"The Colorado Special." Both first and second-class
tickets will be honored on these
cars, and passengers wishing to economize
in their traveling expenses may avail them
selves of this excellent service. The rats
for a double berth between above points Is
$1.50. The cars are just as neat and clean
as Palaca Sleeping care, are well ventilated,
have separate lavatories for ladies snd gen
tlemen, and all the cars being carpeted and
Leaves Council Bluffs 11:05 p. m. today.
Leaves Omaha 11:30 p. m. today.
Arrives Denver 2 p. m. tomorrow.
For further information, reservations,
etc., call on or address City Ticket Office,
1324 Farnam street. 'Phone 816. Union
8tat!on, 10th and Marcy. 'Phone 629.
A Book tor Club Women,
The Santa Fe passenger department has
Issued a pamphlet with the title. "A Book
for Club Women," which Is of special in
terest to those who contemplste attending
the biennial convention of the Federation
of Women'a Clubs to be held at Los An
geles May 1 to 8. It describes the Cali
fornia clubs and contains other pertinent
matter, and will be mailed free on applica
tion to E. L. Palmer, pasaenger agent, 409
Equitable building. Dea Moines.
fitlllman ft Price, att'ys, law, collections.
K. P. Ltllls, notary, 28 U. S. Nat. Tel. 1720.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
Shampooing and hair dressing, 25o, at the
Bathery, 218-220 Bee Building. Tel. 1718.
CHILD8 Mary A., mother of Oeorge R.,
Charles W., Burt L. and Mrs. C. W.
Reed, April 15, in her seventy-seventh
Funeral services Thursday afternoon,
April 17, 1902. at 2 o'clock at the residence
of her son, C. W. Chllds. 3615 Ames ave
nue. Interment Forest Lawn.
HR. PAINTER ! !
We want year BRUSH trade and your
PAINT trade. Of course, you know all
about the Sherwin-Williams' Paint (al
most every painter, srchltect and builder
does), but it's the Brushes we are talking
We sell a complete line of the Sherwin-
Williams' colors in oil.
Sherman & McGonnall Drue Co,
Cor. 16th and Dodge, Omaha.
Saturday will be our opening day at the
Guarantee, 1519-21 Douglas street. It will
be to your Interest if you are In need of
clothing, hats, caps or furnishings, to wait
until Saturday morning.
Everything is entirely new and up-to-date,
with one price to everybody, which
will ba lower than Srat-class goods bsve
ever bean sold for before In Omaha.
Our aim Is to become the leading cloth
ing and gents' furnishing store In Omaha,
and it good goods, low prices and courteous
treatment count, surely we will be.
P. 8. Wait tor our grand opening an-
Douacemeat la Friday evening payaf.
It is to your Interest to attend this Mill End sale every dav it Is tn
progress. There are hundreds ot sin ill lots of merchsndlso that will not last
for one day's selling and cannot be advertised, these will be sold on barsain
counters at trivial prices. The benefits of this grest sale are manifold, as the
thousands that have attended will attest. Come aud dnrlve of these benefits.
Mill End Sale in Basement
Mill End. sale of remnants of all kinds
Velvet and Body Brussels carpet, in
worth S3.00, go at, per remnant
Mill remnants of best standard
indigo blue prints
Mill Knds of best grade fancy
15c gingham Rt. yiird
Best grade 12'4c chamliray
gingham at, yard
Best grade fnncy 25c
Mill Ends of fine 10c and 15c
dlrnltU'S and lawns, ynrd
Mill Knds of Lonsdale. Fruit
Loom, ltlsrkstone and Hope
Remnants Silk Mousseline De Soic
All the Mill Ends of silk mousseline
satin stripes. In evening shades, also
and dark grounds. In lengths of 4,
pieces to match, per remnant
50c Dress Goods 124c Yd.
This lot Includes all wool ciiallls, silk
Bnd wool, novelties, dress gonHs,
henrlettas, cashmeres, brllllantlnes.
and coverts, lengths from 2 to
n, lengths imm i to a
V0c Value. 1 l 1
in euuiire M. Jmj
go on nnrgasr
39c Sunbonnets 15c
All the odd lots of sunbonnets where
we have only one or two of a kind,
in cbambray and gingham, worth
39c, go in this Mill End
sals on main floor,
50c and 75c Aprons 25c
Odd lota and samples of ladles'
aprons, made of fine lawns. India
linens, cambrics and Swiss lawns,
very beautifully embroidered and
hemstitched, some with,
bibs, also nurses' aprons
60c and 7Sc quality
Ladies' All Linen Handker'fs 5c
Very good quality hand
kerchiefs, all' linen.
worth l&c, at
196 Doaarlas It.
FOR THURSDAY'S TRADE
Skirts made of this same material
have been sold for just about double
this price. None better made a bar
gain. Come early.
1 IDIO Ovulsi ntseat. j
Ws are the only shoe house in
Omaha selling a satisfactory patent
leather shoe for men at S3.50.
Oil. WOOD STAINS.
Mahogany, Cherry, Hunt Oak. dark Oak,
Walnut, Chestnut, and Rosewood.
Warranted not to raise the grain of the
wood and not to fade.
Vfc pint can Ollwood, stain ISc
I pint can Oilwood ntaln 25c
1 quart can Ollwood stain 50c
For domestic use where It Is deslrsble to
complete the work with one application,
combining stain and varnish coats.
Vt pint can Varnish stsln 2k:
1 pint can Varnish fctaln Vkt
I quart can Varnish stain fcc
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO.,
lla ssl firmans treats, Omaha.
of Wilton. Moquette,
lengths up to 2Vi yards,
Mill Knd sale of all kinds
hurk towels worth 5c, at
Mill Knd snle 36-mch wide
Mill End sale drapery cretonne,
ing. denim, etc.,
y a rd
Mill End sale heavy linings,
sliesla, etc., yard
Mill End sile of burlep, banket
weave and plain ticking, yd...,
Mill End sale finest quality
drapery silkoline, yard
de sole. In plain colors, crepe effects, with
foulard patterns, light
4 and one-yard many
75c Drapery Silks at 25c Yd.
These are nearly a yard wide, light
and dark grounds, floral and oriental
designs, also plain china.
silks. In silk depart
ment at, yard
$1 and $1.50 Corsets 29c
All the well known brands of corsets,
where ve have not complete sizes,
made of French batiste. French
coutll, sateen and many Imported
cloths, in order to elope them out in
this Mill End sale
they go on main floor
Men's 124c Handkerchiefs 5c
Men's cambric handker
chiefs, fancy and plain
50c Underwear 15c
Ladles' vests, fine ribbed, la blue.
red, pink, also white
lisle thread vesta, 50c
DO YOU KNOW
That your feet need to breathe. Give
them a chance by wearing the "NEW
RESILIA" shoe Its the sole of com
forthas a patent air breathing
flexible sole that dispels the sweat
through an absolute air pump action,
keeping the feet clean, cool, ' hardy
and healthy; gives a bounce to the
step, rest to the spine and ventila
tion to the foot. We are the exclusive
agesta for the"Resllla" shoe and have
a complete line for men and women
at one price, $3.00; Inspection in
vited. Drexel Shoo Co.,
Catalogue Free for the Asking.
Omaha'i Ip-to-dsti Shoe Hoase,
1410 FARNAM STREET.
The Man of Money
Or he of medium purse finds Mets Beer
the beverage to tickle their palate and
quench their thirst.
We make it us good beer should be made
from the UK8T MAl.T and HOPS that
MONEY can Ul' Y and by s method that
Imparts to the beverage all the purity and
body that a good brow can have.
For your siomach's sake It's worth your
Aletz Bros. Brewing Co.
Tel. Ill, Omaha.
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt.. care Neumayer
Hotel, Council Blurt's, luwt.
TT .. IMIfll 'KlMfJlS , I' 3
A most impressive offering of women s suits
walking skirts and wrappers will be
some of the important featitrcs of our wo
man's section Thursday. Better visit this
department, IVeve soim exceedingly good
values to offer you. Come, by all means.
Women's Man-Tailored Suits
75 Sample Suits on Sale IhuradayThey ar mado of
the finest materials, Venetians, broadcloths, cheviots and
etamines, in the new eton aud libson blouse effect, all
high class garments, made by one of the best manufactur
ers in America, naViinplea we bought them at "0c on the
dollar and will sell them the same way, S I Q 7K
suits worth from ?23 to $33, choice Thursday Ui I J
50 Dozen Women's Wrappers,
made of the best standard print,
in dark patterns, ruffle over shoul
der, nicely trimmed with braid,
well made, wide skirts and cut
extra full over the hips, sold by
other stores for 9Se,
toe, straight kid or patent tip, genuine welt-sewed, exten
sion sole, military heel, a wonderful money's worth we
guarantee this shoe to be equal in value to any $3.30 or
$4.00 shoe sold in America. No $3.50 shoe for women is
a whit better than our $2.50
Watch These Columns
10K FUliTHEll PAKTICULAT'S.
ON SATURDAY, APHIL 19th WE WILL INAUGU
RATE A VEKY IMPORTANT WHITE WAIST SALE.
We have purchased the entire sample line of a very
prominent waist manufacturer, they are now being assort
ed and marked, and Friday evening we will be able to give
you news of the greatest, most wonderful waist sale ever
HIGH ART DRIVING WAGONS K
KINGMAN IMPLEMENT CO,,
Cor. I Oth and Farnam, Omaha.
Invitations are nut for several weddings this month.
A piece pf our cut glass or silver would make an ac
ceptable gift for the bride. We are showlnv a beauti
ful line of these goods. Spend a few minutes at our
store. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, The Jeweler,
1516 Douglus tit.
IF YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE.
Try one, then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havana
Tobacco and compare It with high priced Imported Cigars.
r. 8. Sice Uercaotlla Clear Co.. Uaoutacturars. ix. Luuta. V'sioa UaOa,
Women's Walking Skirts
One ppotial lot of women's walk
ing skirts, mailt of line materials,
such as homespuns, basket cloths,
meltons anil coverts, in all the new
shailes. These skirts hang very grace
fully, with a graduated flounce or
Hare effects, finished with rows of
tailor's stitching there is only one
of a kind in this lot and thev
worth from ".."O to J,
Choice Thursday ..
Children's Walking Skirts
of children's walking skirts, sires
from 10 to 14 years, g
made of same maicrla's
When you find a shoe store where
you can depend absolutely upon
the reliability of their merchandise
you should not attempt to belter
condition by trying other houses.
You'll regret it if you . do. Fiu
Thursday's selling we off or ladies
vici kid shoes, made from the fin
est selected stock, medium round
I jjj j Runabojts,
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