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TIIE OMJIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, XOVEMHEK 21, l!0o.
SOCIETY IN A BUST SEASON
Wesk Juit Closed Was Actits and Ceming
Week Will Ee.
BF1LUANT FUNCTIONS MARK THE DAYS
Affair Innnnnllr rreteatloea Fill the
alrnilir anil !mart Folba Are
Hrpt Mm In at Rather
Ha pM fialf.
A MaMen'a Thankaali Ins.
I m thankful that I'm on and twenty!
I'm thankful that of wraith I va plenty!
I'm thankf'il that I n not In nVbt!
I'm thankful I'm not niarrlf rt yet !
I'm thankful to the power above,
I'm thankful that I frll In love!
I'm thankful, though It m a strain,
I'm thankful I fHI out araln!
I'm thankful I've a g-ood complpxtlonl
I'm thankful, too, in this ronnertlon.
I'm thankful folk cay I am pretty!
I'm thankful tliey anM "amart and witty!"
I'm thankful for my lovely e-nwna!
I'm thankful for my rival' frown:
J in tliMtikful. fl nil mninVna are.
I'm thankful for a motor car!
I'm thankful, though I'm netting stout,
I'm thankful for my runabout:
I'm thankful 1 ean play bridge whist!
I'm thankful I'm on fashion Mat!
I'm thankful I giva thank earn year!
I'm thankful more than I appear:
I'm thankful I am not a alnner:
.And I'm " thankful for thl dinner'
New York Time.
The Social Calendar.
MONDAY-Cotillion club dance; Ml !
Marguerite. Prlfchett'a luncheon; Omaha
Tt "ESP AY South Side Whlat club meet- '
Ing, Mri. Hoi Hopper hoate; Mr. Ben- i
awa entertains card club. i
WKDNK8PA Y Pritcliett wedding nnd re
ception! Mr. C. O. McDonald s tea from
3 to 5 o'clock.
THCRBDAY Young Women' Christian
asportation reception from 6 to 10 p. m.
FRIDAY Mr. O. J. Ingweraon at home;
Mr. Ella Nash entertain the Frldiiv
Bridge club; . Mr. T. ('. Druncr enter
tains the Friday club.
FATl'RDAY Mr. nnd Mr. , A. D. Iloag
. entertain the Konntxe Place Card club.
Excepting; the week of the horse ahow,
last week came nearer deserving to be
called brilliant than any since the opening
vt the season. The week was not only re
plete with entertainment, but nearly every
day brought some function of more than
ordinary pretension that caused the fush
lon;iblcs to shako the wrinkles out of their
lies! frocks nnd to get their choicest Jewels
home from the safety deposit vaults. The
Blspham concert Thursday evening was, of
course, the pre-eminent feature, but the
Webster reception Wednesday evening was
a close second. Two brilliant buffet lunch
eons by Mrs. C. C. Allison and Mrs. James
Ixive Paxton were only a part of the series
of' smart things extending through the en
tire week In honor of Miss Marguerite
Pritcliett, whose marriage to Mr. John li.
Kennedy takes place this week. Mrs.
Frank J. Hoel'a tea was another affair
that would have been conspicuous, even In
a more crowded week, and besides these
there were more than a half dozen card
pnrtles that would have constituted an
eventful week all by themselves.
But It takes more than one brilliant week
to make a season, and because society has
been rushed for the past six dny and has
prospect of six more rather busy ones,
there Is no telling how soon the reaction
will set In. The season has been decidedly
spasmodic so far. A crush of things has
alternated with a dead calm, with a cer
tainty that makes' one hesitate to expect,
much less predict much. The chances are!
however, that there will he plenty doing
before the week Is over, for the college
folks, who have little more than been got
ten rid of, will come trooping back for
Thanksgiving, and unless they have under
gone a decided change of heart In the last
three months they will make ample oppor
tunities for enjoying their brief vacation.
A prevailing fad In handbags was re
sponsible for a little episode the other
afternoon that was not without Its em
barrassing side. As the members of a cer
tain kenslngton club were departing after
a meeting Mrs. A. discovered that Mrs. X.
had curried off her handbag by mistake,
nnd as her puise was In her own she was
forced to borrow carfare. A still more
Kcrlou difficulty a:oae when, upon reaching
home, she remembered that her key wa
also In her bag Finally, with the assist
ance of the neighbors, she effected an en
trance, and after a time, secretly vexed at
Mrs. X.'s apparent indifference, she tele
phoned that lady Inquiring for her prop
erty. Very much surprised, Mrs. X. repllea
that ahc certainly did not have nor bag,
but wns very glad to locate her own. which
she had supposed she had exchanged with
Mrs. Z. until upon Inquiry of that lady she
had learned her mistake, and she sug
Kosted that Mrs. Z. would doubtless bo
finally relieved to learn what had become
or tier bag.
Mrs. Ella Nash will entertain the Friday
Bridge club at this week's meeting.
Mrs. Benawa will be hostess at the meet
ing of one of the card clubs Tuesday after
noon. Miss Marguerite Pritcliett will entertain
the members of her bridal party at lunch
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoag will entertain
the members of the Kountte Place Card
club Saturday evening.
Mrs. Q. J. Ingwersen will be at home
Informally Friday afternoon for her sister.
Mrs. Sidney Brown of Chicago, al her
home, s.rs Harney street.
The Cotillion club will give the first of
Its season's dances Monday evening at
Chambers' at 8:30 o'clock. Instead of the
German It will be a regular program dance.
Mrs. Sol Hopper will be hostess at Tues-
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BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
How very often it happens that we are perplexed about what to
give as a suitable and appropriate rhrixima preoent. Then loo it Is
not always convenient for us to give the present that we would lik.i
to. No one desires to give a dear friend a cheap, ordinary piexent
Let rue IM you. I have the largest and moM complete stock of Dia
mond Rings. Pin. Brooches. Wau lies. Silverware and Jewelry or
all kimU ever shown for you to insect and select from. Then
MY EASY PAYMENT PLAN
inakt it possible for honest persons in all circumstances to make
twaullful and appropriate gifts. It mike io do the work of M You
' small amount down, the balance in kmuil weeklv or monthlv
amounts, arranged to suit jour convenience, your credit is good with
TMK LKADINO JEWELER
day afternoon's meeting of the flouth Plda
The local council. Knights of Columbu.
will give Its third annual reception and
dance Friday evening at Metropolitan club.
Mr. and Mr. Cliarlc H. McDonald are
entertaining Mr. McDonald's brother and
hi wife, Mr. and Mr. Arthur B. Clark of
Mllford. Conn. Wednesday afternoon Mr.
McDonald will give a tea from 3 to n
o'rlock In Mr. Clark's honor at her home,
112 North Thirty-eighth street.
Th Omaha Ouards will gtre a medal drill
snd hop Monday evening at their armory.
The Toung Women' Cbrlstlan associa
tion will keep open house Thanksgiving
dav from R to 10 p. m. In the association
rooms In the I'axton block. All young j
women, whether members or not, are cor
dially Invited to call. Supper will be served
about B o'clock, snd. that the committee
may make definite arrangements, those ex
pecting to attend are asked to leave their
name at the office or with some of the
Mr. and Mrs. flarouel Hitter Brown have
taken a house In Ithaca, N. T.. for the
winter and are receiving not a little social
Mr. t,ewl Reed sailed last Sunday from
Y-lverpool for New TorV. Mr. Thlllp Reed
ha gone to New York to Join his mother
and return with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Mile Houck have returned
from their wedding trip to California and
are at home with Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Wllklns for the present until their own
home Is ready for occupancy.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T. Smith have
dosed their summer place at Rockford,
Me., and are In New York. They expect to
leave there Friday for Omaha and will
spend a fortnight In Omaha. They will
have apartments at the Taxton during
their stay here.
Mrs. B. B. Wood snd Miss Margaret
Wood, who returned last week from a
month's visit In the east, were among the
Omaha guests at the Tale-Princeton foot
ball game at New Haven. They were
guests of Mr. Cranmer of Denver, who Is
a Tale senior and a member of Kl Phi
fraternity. The fraternity house was
turned over to the guests of members and
a ball was given for them at Torke hall
the evening before the game. Miss Eugenie
Whltmore was also a guest at tne nouse
party and ball.
Come and no Rosslp.
Mr. E. W. Dixon has gone to New York
to remain until the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Klplinger are back
from a two weeks' trip to Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Relehenberg have
returned from a two weeks' eastern trip.
Mrs. D. O. Clarke has returned from a
two weeks' visit In Colorado and Kansas.
Mrs. Alfred Metcalf was called to Lin
coln Tuesday by the Illness of her mother.
Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Wallace are spend
ing a short time on their claim near Har
Mrs. II. Xj. Whitney returned Friday
from Norfolk, where she has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Burgess and Mrs.
Byron Smith have returned from a trip to
Messrs. Elmer J. Jones and Fred Vorwald
are spending Sunday at the home of the
former at T'tlca. Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gibson have returned
from a two weeks' trip to New York,
Washington and Baltimore.
Mrs. J. II. Dumont nnd Miss Edith Du
mont are expected home today from a
visit with friends In Des Moines.
Mrs. Frank Kleffner will go to Kansas
City today to visit her dnughters. Mrs.
C. H. Sawyer and Mrs. C. B. Prueitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bain Smith of Phila
delphia are guests of their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Smith.
Mrs. E. C. McShane has returned from
Kansas City, where she has been the guct
of her daughter, Mrs. John Sargent, for
the last two weeks.
Miss Eugenie Whltmore will spend the
Thanksgiving vacation with friends In New
York and will go to Princeton to attend
the army and navy game.
Mrs. T. B. McPherson went to Chicago
Thursday evening to meet her daughter.
Miss Louise McPherson, who Is returning
from the east. She was accompanied by
Miss Helen Forbs.
Mrs. James E. Boyd returned Thursday
from a two months' visit In Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Byrne, who have
spent the last week In New York, are ex
pected home Monday.
Mrs. Joy Morton, who has been the guest
of her daughter. Mrs. Joseph Cudahy. for
the last two weeks, has returned to Arbor
Lodge, Nebraska City, accompanied by her
mother. Mrs. George Lake.
Mr. H. A. Stoddard has had as his guests
during the last week Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
McCold of Keokuk and Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Stoddard of Chicago. Mrs. McCold and Mr.
Stoddard are duughter and son of Mr. H.
Mrs. Dick Stewart entertained at lunch
eon Saturday complimentary to Miss Mar
Mrs. Paul Patton guve a luncheon at her
home In Dundee Saturday at 1 o'clock. Cov
ers were laid for eight.
The members of Omlkron Alpha PI fra
ternity gave another of their very enjoyable
dancing parties at Chambers' academy Sat
Mrs. Jacob Fawcett and Miss Fawcett
gave another largo afternoon Saturday at
their home In Kountse Place. It was a
kenslngton and there were about forty
Mr. XV. 8. Dexter gave a dinner party
for ten at his residence Wednesday even
ing. Those present were: Mrs. E. C,
Twamley. Mls Edith Dennis. Miss Bertha
Ellingwood, Miss Rose O'Neil. Miss Julia
Shortllff; Messrs. K. C. Twamley, Theodore
Helgren. C. K Rabeock, James Burns snd
W. 8. Deter.
Misses Dorothy and Janet Hall gave a
luncheon Saturday to some of their girl
friends, followed by a box party at the
Burwood. Those present were: Ruth
Hammer. Ruth Hitchcock. Bertha Dickey,
Helen Scoble, FJixahcth and Mene Davis.
F.lisabeth Bruce. Mary Rlngwalt. Kath
erlne ThummH. Dorothy and Jnet Hall.
Mr. and Mr. William Jacobberger of
Council Bluffs, formerly of Omaha, en
tertained In honor of their third wedding
anniversary Monday evening. The evening
wa spent In playing cards and other
games, after which a very delightful
luncheon was served. About forty-five
guests were present. Assisting were Miss
Bishop and Mis Maxwell.
Mr. Henry A. Raapke gave a theater
party, followed by a supper. Thursday
evening as a farewell to a few friends. His
guests were: Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Jensen.
Mls Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dinning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Davey and Dr. and Mrs.
George Todd. Mr. Raapke haa for the laat
four years been associated with Mr. T. R.
Kimball as an architect, and will leave
Thursday for Paris, going later to Italy
for a post-graduate course In artistic archi
tecture. On Wednesday, November 12. occurred
the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dudgeon. In the
evening their friends surprised them at
their home on Davenport street. A delight
ful evening was spent In cards, games and
dancing. A sumptuous supper was served
at midnight, the guests bringing ample
provisions with them. Those present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames M. J. Lawless,
Charles Oraham, Hugh McDonald. J. Dar
nell, C. F. Sllngerland, J. F. Benolken,
Klmmerllng. P. Besen and Mesdames
Woods.. Pelronnet. Wilson, Ripley and
WOMAN H CLUB AND CHARITY
The program for the Fourth Triennial
Council of Jewish Women, to be held at
Chicago December 6 to 12, Is out and In
cluded among the speakers are the names
of some of the foremost Jewish women of
the country, besides a number of equally
promlent workers In other organization.
The meetings will be held at Slnal temple
and Mrs. Henry Solomon of Chicago will
preside. There will be ft meeting to re
ceive credentials of delegates at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, Dr comber B. and later
In the afternoon an Informal reception will
be tendered the visiting delegates and offi
cers. The president's annual address will
be given In the evening together with tne
report of the corresponding secretary. Miss
Sndie American, and the formal welcome
will be extended. A meeting of the na
tional hoard will be held Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock and the early part of the
afternoon will be devoted to tne prelim
inary routine reports. "Religion" will af
ford the ub1ect of the later afternoon.
There will be a report from the chairman
on religion and several papers on the
Kevera 1 nhases of rellnlous work by Miss
Josephine Lazarus of New York. Mrs. C.
Much of Providence. R. I.: Mrs. J. An
drews, president of the Boston section,
and Mrs. 8. M. Blumauer of Portland.
Reports of sections, of organizers and of
the peace committee, together with the re
port of the nominating committee, will be
heard Thursday morning and In the aft
ernoon the delegates will be given a re
ception at Lakeside club by the members
of the Chicago section. In the evening
Mrs. Joel Hillman of Washington. D. C,
will conduct a round table nnd lead dis
cussion of civic work, business methods,
ethics of organization, the relation and
obligations to national work nnd co
operation with national and local asso
ciations, the Consumers' league and house
hold research. A revision of the constitu
tion Is scheduled for Friday morning, to
be followed by reports of sections, and In
the afternoon there will he reports from
the International council and the reciproc
ity bureau and the election of officer.
Services will be held In the evening at
Temple Israel In the evening at 8 o'clock,
Dr.' Emll G. Hlrsch presiding. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Salomon will be at home In
formally, to the officers, speukers nnd vis
iting women from 9 to 11 o'clock. Saturday
morning there will be services at Temple
Israel nnd in the afternoon there will be
a visit to the University of Chicago and
a reoeptlon tendered by the Women's
union of the university from 2 to 4 o'clock
at Lexington hall. A number of other In
vitations have becti extended for the after
noon to visit Institutions on the South side.
The reports of the religious schools com
mittee will be made Sunday afternoon and
the rest of the session will be devoted to
a consideration of the work among the
Juniors. Settlement work, housing and
philanthropy will be discussed Sunday
evening by such well known women as
Miss Sadie American of New York, Mrs.
Sadie Wnld of Chicago and Mrs. Edwin
Wehle of Louisville, Ky. The reports of
the philanthropic child labor, Juvenile
court and oilier standing committees will
continue through Monday and Tuesday, to
gether with a consideration of .kindred
topics. Unfinished business will be dis
posed of and the convention close with
a luncheon at Hull House Tuesday at 1:30
Rev. Anna Shaw, president of the Na
tional Woman's Suffrage association, will
go west to participate In the Oregon cam
paign for the enfranchisement of women,
soon after the close of the national con
vention In Baltimore In February. The
Nebraska association Is anxious that Miss
Shaw stop in this state, and a speaking
appointment may he arranged for her in
The meeting of the household economics
department of the Woman's club will be
held Friday morning of this week at 10
o'clock Instead of Thursday, owing to
Thanksgiving. Further reports will be
made of the dairy and milk Inspection and
Investigation and all Interested are invited
to attend. Mrs. C. W". Hayes will have
a paper on "A Model Dairy," in which the
will set forth some of the esssential con
ditions. Tli meeting will be held in the
east parlor of the First Congregational
The members of the musical department
will present the following program at the
open meeting of the Woman' club tomor
row afternoon. The program will begin
promptly at 3;3 o'clock, following the busi
ness hour of the club:
Concert In O minor Mendelssohn
Meoilames Kiehardsun and Olds!
Valnkas Bongs Whlshaw
(b When Uive Is Gone Hawley
( For You and Me Smith
Panse Creole. Chanilna.le
Mrs. S. Kati.
Cycle of dips)- hons. Dvorak, op. K
Mr. Ira B. Peuntuian.
The advocates of e.iual rights for women
are indebted to the Ladies' Home Journal
and the Outlook. It has heen suggested by
a prominent writer on women's topics that
a vote of thanks is duo the edltoia of theaa
two publication for Mr. Cleveland's out
break against women's clubs and womsn
suffrage In the former and "a Kurop.-an
uulverbity woman's" attark upon the
Amtrtcxn Women's college have, done more
to bring the undecided to definite conclu
sions on these aubjects thn all the other
Influences of the year combined. In
thousand of clubs all over the country
these articles have been read and discussed
and those who hsd not already definite
convictions went over Into the liberal camp
by the hundred. An officer of the Gen
eral Federation of Wemen's Clubs In an
address recently attributed the recent ac
tion of the New York City Federation of
Club and the Oregon State Federation of
Club In Ignoring the conservative policy
of the national organization and formally
declaring themselves for the enfranchise
ment of women to the education resulting
directly from the discussion of Mr. Cleve
land's views as presented In these articles.
A very enjoyable muslcale was given at
Monmouth Tark school Friday afternoon,
both the pupils and patrons participating
In the program.
The members of the Scriptural union
held their meeting last week at the home
of Mrs. Block, 423d Dewey avenue.
TO TAKE BABES OFF STREETS
Kewshnya and l'e.ldlera t'nder Fight
Mnst i;lve Ip Baslnes
'Judge Redlck Saturday morning dis
charged from custody Ave boys arrested j
ror innecent conuuet towara ginn avteno
Ing the night sessions at Comenlus school.
The Judge gave the boys a lecture on the
proper conduct toward girls and women
and on general deportment. The boya
promised to behave themselves and to re
port occasionally to the court.
In the main branch of the Juvenile court
Judge Day straightened out a number of
tangled ends and cautioned parents of a
number of children reported ss committing
such offenses as throwing stones at signal
lights and tampering with seals on cars. j
Hereafter that provision of the Juvenile
court law which I againt permitting chil- (
dren under 8 year old on the streets as
peddlers and newsboys, etc., will be strictly
JUDGE M'HUGFTS ONE POINT
Omaha Uwyrr Wants to Know If
Man Cannot Roll Cigarettes
"I shall test the law only In one par
ticular, and that Is whether it Is unlaw
ful for a person to manufacture a cigarette
for his own use," remarked Judge Me- 1
Hugh, who Is ' pushing an appeal taken
from the decision of Police Judge Cos-
grave or Lincoln, who recently nncd a
young man named Raymond $50 and costs
for rolling a cigarette.
Much Interest has been aroused over the
coming test case of the Casebeer anti
cigarette law enacted by the last legisla
ture. The law already has been upheld i
by the supreme court Insofar as the en
actment relates to the selling or giving of
WILL FEED 0NE THOUSAND
Volunteers of America Preparing: for
Annnal Thanksgiving; Basket
The Thanksgiving basket dinner to be
given by. the Volunteers of America:
promises to he the largest and best they
have ever given In this city.
The expect to give away food enough to
feed l.Ofio worthy persons by this Method.
Any donations of .food or money for this
purpose should be sent to the Volunteers of
America, 7 Crounse block. ,'
Fearful (nrnage f
occurs every day from cuts, Injuries, etc.
Stop bleeding and heal the wounds with
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 26c. For sale by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Reunion of Drltt Family.
A reunion of several members of the Brltt
family was held In Omaha Saturday after
a separation of twelve years, by the mem
bers gathered together. C. W. Brltt Is an
Omaha attorney and John C. Britt of De
troit is his nephew. J. P. Brltt is sn old
Omaha newspaper man. having worked on
several of the Omaha papers fourteen years
ago. Since that time he lias traveled to all
parts of the globe, engaging In newspaper
work as he traveled. In Manila be met
Don Riley, a well known Omaha newspaper
man of the olden time.
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Kt-quefcts attention this
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dependent upon lis. Why not insure our eyes, upon which
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Eye insurance consists of a pair of our Spectacles or
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New Stamped Pillow Tops,
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ENGRAVING FOR SOCIAL AFFAIRS
It is going to be a very gay winter socially speaking
and the Engraving department is already busy on orders for
Invitations, Reception Cards, At-Home Cards, Calling Cards
and other similar work. If you expect to entertain this
winter it will be to your advantage to place your Engraving
orders as early as possible
The Moyer stamp on Engraving is the mark of quality.
M0YER STATIONERY COMPANY, 220 South 16th Street
JEWELRY, CUT GLASS and SILVERWARE
AT WHOLESALE Inspection Invited. 409 S. 15th Street
This is not a scheme to sell goods. It is a straight sale. We positively
assert over our signature, "We are going to close out our book stock aiul will
lut stationery in its place." AVe have decided to make this change. We
need the room and are willing to take a loss to get it quick. Our loss shoufd
be your gain. The finest and largest book stock west of Chicago is being
sacrificed. You make a mistake if you do not avail yourself of this oppor
tunity to make your Xmas money go further than ever before. Prices
quoted are good as long as the books last.
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regular price $2.00 ....
Best boys' book ever
regular price $2.75....
ibon'8 Every-Day Peopli
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In lyOVP'B (iarden
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By Hamilton Wright Mabte.
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Life of Santa Clan
By U. Frank Uauui regular
Full Teachers' Bible
leather bound Divinity Circuit
regular price $1.25..
Everything that Can Bo Cut Is Uoing ut a K educed Price.
Omaha to Buy Books ItK.HT.
HATH STATIONERY GO.
Trunks, Traveling Bags and Suit Gases
We have just received a larg shipment for the holi
day trade which we are selling at way-down prices; also
a lot of robes, horse blankets and all winter goods.
Harness. Saddles and Fancy Horse Goods.
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IS 10 Howard St.
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN,
H. L RAMACCIOTTI. D. V.
CITY VETKKI ARIAS.
Office and Innrmary, Uitb and Mason Sis.,
OMAHA. KEU. Telephone 639.
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