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THE OMATTA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. 1905.
In the Line." by A. T. Dudley. Is one
, f the seasonable books for boys, and the j
third volume of the Phillips Exeter eertot.
The story tolls bow a stalwart young stu
dent won lit position " guard. Hnd at the
ame time made equally marked proess
In the formation of character. It 1 In the
ame vein as Ills first lnok, "following
the Pall." which gave the fortunes of a
player In the back field In connection with
his general si hool life, and like that book
fives much information regarding the name
iind the best way of playing some of Its
important positions. The story also Introduce-
the leading arguments for and against
foot ball In connection with the dlfflcultiea
to be overcome before the hero's father
l,na!lv consents to allow his eon to represent
his academy In this way. As In the case
of the former books of this series, the boys
will like It for Its good fellowship and
nccurate presentation of athletic Informa
tion, Mr. Dudley being an athlete as well
us an educator, and their older friends will
approve of It for the Inherent manliness
which la never lacking In Mr. Dudley's
hook. Lnthrop, Iee & Shepard publishers.
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Immense selling of the fall season leaves us with short ends,
odd lots, etc., which we sell on remnant day at the exceptional bar
gains Omaha shoppers always expect at Brandeis.
BARGAINS OF SPECIAL IMPORTANCE
For Friday we announce many specials of most important kind.
Scores of chances for bargain lovers.
$1 and $1.50 Dress Goods Remnants at 39c YardHeavy cloths,
skirtings, fine weaves, finest black goods, dainty stuffs. Every
piece skirt lengths, suit lengths, children's dress
lengths, thousands of ends left over from the
enormous dress goods .business of this season.
Without regard to cost, at main entrance on
big stretch of bargain, at . . . .
When congress settles down to Its labors,
after the Christmas holidays, will there
be legislation affecting rnllroad rate? Will
the ftirlff be revised? These are the two
Important queries of the hour, In "Ameri
can Politics." according to Henry Litchfield
West. In Ills leading contribution to the
October-December Forum. This writer also
Inquires Into the prospects of the election
of t'nlted States senators by the direct
vote of the peoplo. the revelations of politi
cal dishonesty in Pennsylvania and various
phases of Interest in other states of the
"The Traveler's Handbook" Is a practical
book prepared on new lines by Josephine
Toiler for travelers Intending to visit Eu
rope for the first time. It is not Intended
to take the place of "guide books." but
has been compiled with the object of col
lecting in one volume enough hints and
suggestions to anslst travelers contemplat
ing a Journey abroad to make the neces
sary preliminaries for accomplishing the
crossing of the Atlantic comfortably and
understanding the conditions of transporta
tion and other Items directly concerned
with traveling on the other side of the
ocean. The book Is published by Funk &
FRKXCH FLANNEL at lc YARD
For kimonos and waists. Also
Scotch flannels, challies, double
width wool dress goods
In annex, at, per
IN THE ANNEX at 25c YARD
Thousands of remnants of all wool
dress poods, every Imaginable color
and stvle. for coats, Bkirts,
and children's wear, 75c
and $1 value, at, yard. . .
Travelers' Samples, 20c Each Four and six pieces alike of the best
imported, at, each
IN THE BASEMENT A larger and better lot of remnants of drees
goods than last week, will go at
High tirade Imported Goods that can be used for coats, skirts and
children's dresses, at lJ5c each. .For the shorter pieces, each. . . .
EXTR.A SPECIALS IN SILKS
2,500 Yards Pure S.Ik Chiffon All
double width and in every color of i
rat'nfcotr loorth in regular p
way up to 75 rents, at, f.wt
per yard mmr
Pretty Silk Scarfs with ombre
borders, all full 'It yards
long on sale, at, fcQt
per yard - J
Importers' Samples of Fine Velvets, also fresh lot silk samples ( Ifln
for fancy work, trimmings, etc., each C"lUC
All the remnants of splendid silks In lengths from 2 to 10 yards ) C
all colors kinds of silks, bargain square, at, only, yard
Fancy silk, plaid, messaline, black and colored taffetas, bro- yf CI CI
caded satin for linings, 27-in. and 36-ln. shirt waist silk. . . .ffVUl
"The Marathon Mystery," by Burton E.
Stevenson. Is a thrilling detective story.
which comes us a sequel to the popular
"Ilolladay Case," which has been printed
six times, republished In England and trans
lated into German. Here again a refined
young woman seems to be responsible for
a 'cold-blooded murder in a New York
apartment house, which Is followed by a
second, still more mysterious. Implicating
her lover. There Is a very uncanny busi
ness about a vampire, human or other.
The story is illustrated by Ave pictures by
Kliot Keen, reproduced in colors. Henry
Holt & Co. publishers.
Big Remnant Bargains B.cmcnt
Fashionable new Cotton Broadcloth twa utlful finish and rich in appear
ance win De lounrj in ati snaaes oi uroaciciotn sale Friday per
"The Harvest of the Sea," by W. T.
Orenfell, la a talo of both sides of the
Atlantic, in which fact Is presented In
Action form. It la a story of the deep sea
fisherman's life on the Dogger banks In
the North sea and off the coast of New
foundland and Ibrador. It la full of
thrilling heroic adventure, In which men
count not their lives as dear. Dr. Grenfell
has lived with the deep sea fishermen afloat
and ashore and tells in most readable form
tha hardships, danger of adventure and
romance that are Included In "the price of
fish." The Fleming II. Rcvell Co. Is the
"John Van Buren, Politician," a novel I
of today. Is the story of a young lawyer'i
rise In politics In present-day New York.
The police courts, the city hall, the politi
cal clubs and Tammany Hall are fully por
trayed and the fund of political experi
ences and anecdotes recounted Is of great
and singular attraction. It purports to be !
the work of one who has gone though the
mill, as the hero goes through It, and
who vouches for Its unvarnished truth.
The authorship la credited "Anonymous."
Harper A Bros, publishers.
"Down to the Sea" Is another book from
the pen of Morgan Robertson. Mr. Robert
son has no equal as a writer of tales of
the sea. Himself a sailor for many years.
these stories have a tremendous power
ot realty in them and are told In the blunt.
forcible style of a man of action. They
reflect a variety of moods, tales of broad
humor, deep pathos, clever ingenuity and
thrilling horror. Flnnegan, a rough and
ready old salt, who figures In several of
the stories. Is as real and amusing a char
acter as Kipling's Mulvaney.
The recent ovation riven in Tlu t
Secretary Taft and his party might have j
been foreseen In many Japanese signs of
cordiality towards the Occident. Clarence
Ludlow Brownell tells In his book. "The
Heart of Japan," of several he saw over
Japanese shops.. Here are some nf thm.
"Barber to Shave Beard or to rr xjair'.
way," "The Genuinely Bleribuy the Health
zor unnn, -or smokes our tobacco Is
preasure to Our Tongue and give the
Jieunnuiess to Hers and Hea! Also All
feople by It, "Cowmeut and Plrm...
and 'Ramune gouda Sasupre Zinzlnblya
Jlnjyael." This last perhaps needs trans
lation, u means -xcraon Soda, Barsapa-
iino, uiugrr xiver ana lunger Ale.
Anne warner, author of the "Susan
Clegg" stories, which first appeared In the
veniury. nas jUBt fiulahed a short hi.mr.-.
ous serial, which that magazine will print,
beginning In an early number. Th .r..
Is told largely in the form of letters to
ner motner rrom a young American girl,
' i j wiiu re me guests of a
uiimwun iraacioie uncle, whose mono
logues are interspersed with his niece's
ciever letters. The setting of the story is
i in r i a nee.
"Sweethearts and Beaux." by Minna
i nomas Antrim, author of "Naked Truths"
and 'Veiled Illusions," is a clever little
volume arranged In an artistic and catchy
siyie. n IS dedicated to the
Following iiuotuUoiis IikIk-mi . hr, i, . '.
of the blight siiylnKs the honk cm...i..
One might u. well try to photograph air
a. 10 say wny one loves;" "Levels some.
times snncr uecauw. ihry use all their
fuel at once;" - During quarrel, to have
&ia 100 nine may be mendtd; to hav
saia too much, not always;- "Long tem
pera and short tempers should never
New brocaded, fleece back. Waisting. light
grounds with colored dots and all new
plain shades for fall wear
shown for first time at Bran-
dels per yard
Yard wide Washable Flannelette large va
riety desirable styles for dressing
sacques, kimonos, wrappers, etc. cannot
be duplicated for less than
15c per yard will go at per
J2-lnch Cream Shaker Flannel, good grade
Mottled Flannel, light and dnrk f
Outing Flannel special bargains .If.
at per yard
Plain and fancy I.inen Finish Scrim the
kind you buy for fancy work and 71
pay Sftc per yard win he sola M
at per yard "
Large and small figured Drapery and Com
fort Satlnes and KIlKollnes every
yard worth KVic will go at per
Big bargain square of Table I A great lot
Linen remnants, m lengtns nan roweis
of 1A to 3V4 yards at very end will make 4
much below regular prices. I wash cloths, each.
Half yard lengths Imported Cretonnes-
many pieces to match suitable for laun
nry bags, sofa pillow tops, etc.
will go at each
Thousands of yards finest quality light and
oara uuung flannels neat stripes and
vnecKs cno-ce nere rrom largest
assortment every shown at one
time per yard
New lot Japanese Crepe suitable for long
kimonos, dressing sacques splendid for
drapery purposes regular price
29c per yard will go at per
Various qualities plain and white striped
White cjurtaln Bwiss in mill
ends will go at per
Assorted qualities Bleached Muslin and
Cambrics all 3H inches wide
worth up to 124c will go at
per yard...; ,
All Linen Toweling remnants
worth up to uw m i
yard while they floC
We Announce the Biggest, Most Remarkable
EVER KNOWN WEST OF CHICAGO. BEGIN
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30.
Immense assortment of extreme novelties at rare bargains,
Plain and fancy ribbons at prices never thought possible.
MORE RIBBONS, MORE VARIETIES AND MORE BAR
GAINS THAN EVER OFFERED AT A SALE IN THE WEST.
You Must Register Again!
BECAUSE your Registration of September
19, 1905, (Primary Day,) has been declared
illegal and void by the Courts. .
REGISTER AGAIN on FRIDAY, OCT.
27th, 1905, or you cannot vote ON NOV. 7th,
OR AT THE ELECTION NEXT SPRING.
Register Again! v Register Again!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1905.
-REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE,
M. J. Greevy, Secretary. L. C. Gibson, Chairman.
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"" uutins at lowest retail prices.
Aiaunews. izi South Fifteenth street.
Free Sample French Sachet
Villi a recent import order of Fiver'
ftrfumes we reit-lvrj several liun.lr. d
f.retty little Sachet of the Perfume I
"AZrHir'A." We bhall give these away I
H;'tur.1ay to the hint ltU cui.t..ntin a.-k-lng
thiin. Tli.y ure Miiall, tut putty
ami sweet smelling.
Sherman & McConnell Drug Go.
frekcriptton 1 liarmurlsn and I'urvtyois
Corner J" ni Judge SlrceU.
.1 HONKST PHICK3.
v--vtji -"n m i in.i -'
DEPl'TY STATE VETERI:AU AN,
H. L RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S-
Office and Infirmary. 28th and Mason eta.
OMAUA, Is'EU. TtlefUon W
We are now ready to take all
kind of Sweater orders and are
snowing the latest style of men's
and ladles' Jackets and Norfolk,
boys' Buster Krowu - Sweaters
uiiule in any color you desire. Men's
Sweaters In all styles and colors
and for all purposes buntiut;, fish
ing, golf sweater aud jackets.
Foot ball nose in all colors.
All orders filled the same day.
(Jive us a call. Our goods are all
made iu Omaba. IieU quality at
Jos. F. Bilz,
322 S. 16th St,
OMAIIA WEATDEK FORECAST KrlUy Fair.
, VJ ' 6nen Trading Stamp Booth, Main Floor S
Ladies9 Cravcncltc Coats
A great bargain made from fine cravenette cloth halt-fitting back
pleats and stitched bands a regular $9.90 Rain Coat 95
LADIES' NAVAJO BLANKET ROBES
Very attractive colors a five dollar robe 3 50
AN HOrR WRAPPER SALE.
Friday from 9 to 12 a. m. ladies' fleeced House Wrappers
worth $1.23 at T.C
INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S TOQUES.
A most complete stock in the Infants' Department plain C
and fancy, silk and wool prices, 75c, 50c and. C
BOYS' WAISTS AND BLOUSES.
Nearly 1.000 to select from, all In two lots in the Indies' and f (
Children's Ready-to-Wep.r Department prices, 48c and UC
PURSES, nAND BAGS AND CHATELAINE BAOS.
A new and complete stock on sale Friday for the first time in the
Dry Goods Department all the latest fads prices from r .
$5.00 down td ZDC
NEW HAND PAINTED AND APPLIQUE LEATHER PILLOW TOPS.
AND TABLE CENTERS.
Beautiful goods. In the Art Department. Come and see them.
LADIES' SPUN ULASS PETTICOATS. .
Very deep flounce and ruffles our 95c Petticoat Friday
Wool Dress Goods Remnants
All short lengths mviHt go Friday regardless of cost. 1 Vi to 8
yards in length. Black and Colored Voiles. Crepe de Paris, Eollennes,
Tamlae, Nuns Veilings, Serges, Cheviots. Henriettas, Granites, Plaids
and Checks, Tweeds, Coverts, Broadcloths and -Kerseys.
Goods worth up to m Goods worth from m
$1.25 per yard $1.25 to $3 yard Slip
only per yard per yanj oniy wV
SHORT LENGTHS OF APRON GINGHAMS.
The eight and one-third-cent grade A i
per yard KC
S.OOO REMNANTS OF OUTING FLANNELS. FLANNELETTES,
KIMONO AND WOOL FLANNELS.
In lengths of 1 to 8 yards goods worth 12 V&c to 45c for Q i
for Frlda.v per yard only OjC
26 dozen manufacturer's sample Napkins they come 6 In a package
worth $226 dozen Frldav only for a package of n C
Ladles' Sheer Linnen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs worth 10c l
each Friday each JC
LADIES' NECKWEAR Be EACH.
Fancy Embroidered Turnover Collars and Wash Stocks all C
colors worth to 25c each Friday each )C
Bennett's Big Grocery
Our stocks are turned so quickly
that we cannot handle stale goods
at any time. .
Twenty Green Trailing Stamps with
pound fresh roasted Golden Santos
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
- pound B. F. Japan Tea 48c
Fifty Green Trading Stamps with 5-lb.
can Bennett's Capitol Baking Pow
Thirty Green ' Trading Stamps with
pint bottle finest Grape Juice 25c
Granulated Sugar, twenty pounds II. 'W
Ten Green Trading Stamps with S-lb.
can BurnhnWi's Clam Chowder.. 20c
Ten Green Ttfldlng Stamps with three
packages Jiftlyhon, assorted 26c
Fresh Roasted Coffee, per pound.. Inc
Bennett's Bargain Laundry Soap, ten
bars for ...i 25c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pint
bottle Diamond "8" Chill Sauce 25c
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
pound can Bats via fancy Salmon 2.1c
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
can Diamond "H" Fruits, asst'd. 2Xc
Fifty Green Trading Stamps with five
pounds splendid Tapioca 35c
Ten Green Trading Stamps with glass
tumbler Cranberry Sauce 10c
BENNETT'S CANDY SECTION.
Five hundred pounds vanilla flavored
Chocolate Creams, pound.., l!c
Five Green Trading Stamps with Bon
Bon box filled with candies. Hal
lowe'en Novelllea, up from each.. 6c
$1.25 Cook Book, 58c
On Sale Saturday, new edition of
"White House Cook Book,"
regular price $1.25, 5SG
$3 Fountain Peri', $1
A solid 14-k. Gold Pen, for school
or business use, that sells regu
larly lat $3 and is guar- - fr
teed,1 while they last J..UU
10c Ink Tablets, 5c
. SPECIAL SALE.
Large quantities 10c Ink Tablets,
linen bond and plate finish, as
sorted sizes and grades, JfC0
while they last. . iJij
We Give Five Green Trading Stamps
With Every Two Tablets. .
First Floor Near Elevator.
See Onr New
THE RELIABLE STORE.
Friday's Bargain Bulletin 4
Ore at Sale
Great Bargain Event in Silk and
We have given sol?ndid bargains In the past, but we believe these to be t.uVor U
any ever offered.
Plain silk velvet and velveteen lOc
Remnants will go at, per yard ,"
Remnants of Fancy Velvets, LOc
22 in. wide. at. per yard
Plain and fancy silk Remnants. IQc
areat assortment, at, per yard "
Plain and fancy silk Remnants, 20c
best value ever shown, at i
Remnants .Ifi-ln. black Peau ds Sole, worth
up to J150 : 36-ln. black Taffeta, worth up
to $2.00; 8t-ln. colored Putins, worth up
to J1.B0; 27-ln. black and colored Silks,
worth up to $2.00. and 20 In. plain colored
or fancy Silks, worth up to $1.75; fQc
entire lot at one price, per yd vfW
Wool Dress Goods Remnant and
FROM :) TO 12 NOON We will sell
10,000 yards of all wool and silk end wove
Dress Goods In lengths from 2' to 10
yards, regular $2.00. $3.00 and $4.00 dress
goods, all colors and black, In
four lots, at yd., 6ic, 4!e. 39c and.."-'
FROM 2 TO 4 P. M We will have an
other grade wool Dress Goods sale, all
wool, silk and wool, and heavy suitings,
In lengths from 2 yards to 8 yards, worth
from $1.00 to $-1.00 yard. In five Id
iots, at, yd., 49c, 39c, 26c, 19c &
Friday in the Great Domestic
FLANNELETTES In all the new patterns,
2 to 10-yd. lengths, worth up to 18c yard,
while they last. Kf.
f rt,- varri J
SVirt Rtandard Dress Prints,
great snap at. per yard
124c heavy twilled Shirting, file
special at, per yard u"
10c Washington hookfold Percales full sized
clasp patterns for ladles' wrap- En
Fiers. per yard
-,3c Outing Flannel. In light and file
dark colors, at. per yard tJJw
15c Shaker Flannel. S3 In. wide, fZlr
at, per yard 02 w
In Our Cloak Department
In New Tork secured many splendid bargains, a few of which
Gigantic Picture Sale,
OIL. PAINTINGS, WATER COL
ORS, CARBONS. CHRISTY PIC
TURES. ETC., ETC.
THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN
WAITING FOR. .
WATCH ADS. FRIDAY.
SEE DISPLAY 16th St. Window.
Our buyer while
we offer Friday.
CHILDREN'S BEAR 8KIN COATS In
cardinals, navy blue, greens, pinks and
whites. In ages 1 to years. O QU
good value at $5, choice Friday
WOMEN'S SILK COATS Made of an ex
cellent quality Peau de Sole, lined
throughout and with extra full A QU
aleeves. values up to $10, choice
100 WOMEN'S COATS, small lots. In all
Aerordeon pleated Skirts, made of an ex
cellent quality of Henrietta, coma in all
colors, regular $6.00 values, J Qtt
great bargain at
NOBBY SUITS In the short Eton and long
Chesterfield style, garments made to sell
at $18.60 and $20.00, fi
great snap at ,u,uu
colors, secured at about their real
LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS, made from
good quality of outing flannel or Jersey
street, extra full fine patterns, IQc
worth 39c and Mr, at choice Friday.
Ladles' Vests and Pants, heavy ribbed,
good winter weights, worth regu- Q
larly ?9c, at, per garment s
A Rousing Hat Sale for
21 lbs. pure cane granulated Sugar for $1 00
48-lb. sacks Fancy High Patent Minnesota
10 bars best brands Laundry Soap .5c
10-lb. sacks best granulated white of yellow
The best Pearl Tapioca. Sago, Barley or
Farina, per lb So
The best hand picked Navy Beans.
per lb 8;c
Choice Japan Rice, per lb 4
1-lb. can Rumford Baking Powder 19c
1- lb. package Cornstarch 4c
Gibson Polish, large can, each 8'.v;
2- lb. can Sweet Sugar Corn 5c
bee the Windows for Display of Styles.
We manufacture our own trunks, traveling bags and auil
cases. We make thorn of the beat material. Our workman
ship Is unexcelled. W sell them or less than Inferior
gradb would coat you elsewhere. If you buy of us y.u
will get the best you will save inoney you will be better
eatlafled. Leather Bound Matting Suit Cases. $3.60. $$.75 and
?4 OU. Wa do repairing.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY,
1209 Farnam Straat.
FOLLOW THE FLAG
just One Chance
Nov. 27th is the day the Wabash
will sell round trip tickets to many
points' in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio. Ken
tucky, West Virginia, Western New
York'and Pennsylvania, at
Greatly Reduced Rates
The line with free reclining chair cars,
rock ballast, solid road-bed.
AH information call at Wabash City
Office1, 1601 Farnam St., or address
HARRY E. MOORES, G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
rizui . . . . .inzzn
II To October 31. 1905.
I J SHORT M.VK FAST TRAINS XO DELAYS I j
1 fie turt your tickets read over thU line I I
Inquire at ft
y VS. CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST.
V" 'Phone 316. .T
During the day we will sell H.oon yards et
all linen suitings. Imported high grade
Madras, fine dress ginghams, cotton
suiting", flannelettes, etc., worth from
10c to 76c yard. at. per yard. Rp
tA mrtA lW
. " " "
Forenoon, 26c to Rc Linings,
st. per yard
Afternoon. 26c to 36c Linings,
st, per yard
8V Zephyr Oinghama. in great assort ent
or preMv irii paiieroc, nimv
tiiirgrtinn Frldav, at, per yard...
12'4c Bed Seal Zephyr Olnghams.
.1. !.... i-.mn at Tin VtH
fit-o nir.urhr.r1 Mlllln Mnft finish.
12Hc English Long Cloth, !W In wide, Qj
from the bolt, at, per ynrd
10c Outing Flannel. In plain colors file
ami fancy atrlps. at. per yard. ......
Pllk Embroidered Flannel of all tftU"'S
at lust hnlf price.
GRRAT 8ALK OF SAMPLB BED
BLANKETS Best bargains ever offered la
-alue, worth $10.00 and I12.S0, on sale Friday, in two lots, 2.50
at J6.00 and m,m
Four Furnishing Goods Bargains
Men s Shirts and Drawers, heavy neeos
lined rarmenta. good 60c and 76o qualities,
in two lots. Friday at, , 2."Sc
per garment. 6c and
Ladles' and children's Hose. In heavy win
ter weights, worth regularly K;
16c, at, per pair
Hayden's Grocery Prices are Trade
Winners. Read Them.
3-lb. can Baked Beans THe
Fancy Brick Cheese, per lb 120
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per lb..l6o
Choice Dairy Butter, per lb 18o
Fresh, crisp Soda or Oyster Crackers,
per lb 6Ho
Xcelo Breakfast Food, per pkg 7to
FRUIT! FRl'IT!! FKU1T!!!
bushel baskets of Fancy Duchess Can
ning Pears 60o
New Jersey Sweet Potatoes, per lb 2o
Cape Cod Cranberries, per quart iVdo
Fancy shelled Popcorn, per lb 3o
Fancy Tokay flrapcs. per Ib.v .....So
3 measures Fresh Roasted Peanuts lOo
The Best Ihated Office Building in Omaha Is
The Bee Building
. Don't wait till cold weather; there are aeteral choice offlcea
vacant now b.it they never stay empty long. Borne fine offlcea at
from $16.00 to $20.00 ptr month. Including heat, light, water and
R. C. Peters Co.. e Du4,g
JUST TWO MONTHS
Before ChrUtmaa. Would it not he wle to select and f
have your gill laid ui ' while Hie ati Its are un- T
k T ki i. l .. 1 1. I. . ii. 1m, hi wKt line it tfilitrlM ivi. hiiVM r
ever liou a.'.iu t If" iniiiut-K in our sioie. lx.ik
for tl. name.
5. W. LIND5Y, Jeweler,
i51fl DougUa bU
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