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TITFi OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, APRIL 7, V.m.
SATURDAY ATTRACTIONS 2 KIlPATniCK'S
We need room in our basement salesroom, and we are going to make it on Saturday by
cleaning out a lot of China, A few little inklings of what we propose doing may be of in
terest. (Buy your long Gloves for Easter.) ' ,
One square will be covered with a lot of
fancy Jap Imara bowls, assorted shapes
and decorations, also a lot of fancy glass
baskets, suitable for short stem flowers
fancy plates, usually sold at 50c; everything
on the square Saturday at, each 23c
Another square will be covered with cups
and saucers and plates, all at, each....39c
And still another square, covered with Havi
land plates, cups and saucers, creamers and
sugars, worth up to $1.25 all go on Sat
urday at 69c
A Special Bargain in Ballarat Glasses for Saturady $1.39 Set of Half Dozen Tumblers
On the second floor, something entirely out of the ordinary thus early In the season. A collection ot
fine Suits, made from fine voiles, etc., with silk drop skirts, In a variety of colors, black, white, gray, blue,
greens, coral, etc.; handsomely tailored, usually sold at $50 to $60 and $66, all to go at one price Saturday,
We will also show a new lot of Panama, Silk and Voile' Suits, Eton boleros, new, tight-fitting styles,
especially choice and deRlrable, at $30.00, $25.00, $20.00 and down to $15.00.
Silk Eton Jackets at $7.50 to $75.00 each. (At the risk of tiring you, we repeat, buy long gloves.)
' Fine Tailored Skirts, in gray, black and other colors, made from Panama, serges, voiles and
Bilks, circular flare and pleated effect. (Don't forget, long gloves Saturday.) " '
Saturday we will close out several styles of J. B. Corsets to make room for new goods. Corsets
which sold up to $2.50 all go on Saturday at 49n each. If we have your size you'Jl be delighted with the
value. (If we fit your long gloves we'll guarantee (t hem.)
NOT MANY LEFT Only a small assortment left
of the great Silk Skirt bargain made from reliable
taffeta silk, most colors all day Saturday, $4.95 each.
A NEW DEPARTMENT Just opened, a fine se
lection of Traveling Bags and Suit Cases. On Satur
day we will offer a special bargain in Leather Suit
Cases, well made, at $5.00 each, just aa an Introduc
tion. AT HOSIERY SECTION Several decided bar
gains in ladies' and children's hosiery. The last day
of the sale of full regular made ladles' hose at 15c
pair. Once more we remind you to buy your long
IN THE INFANTS' DEPARTMENT New arri
vals of children's Jackets, sizes 2, 3 and 4. some very
pretty Russian blouse effects. In fine percales, blue
ground and white ground with blue and red dots, sizes
2, 3 and 4, on Saturday will go at $1.00 each.
AT THE NOTION COUNTER Two special bar
gains in Turnover Collars, at 10c and 15c each.
TWO GREAT BARGAINS FOR MEN SATURDAY.
No. 1 A lot of spring weight Drawers to close I . No. 2 A lot of full fashioned black Sox worth
out a dollar number Saturday, 39c each. 25c pair wll go at 19c pair.
ELECTIONS ARE SET ASIDE
Constitutional Democrat of St. Fetenbnrtc
Hot Permitted to Take Seats.
REACTIONARY LAWS ARE PROMULGATED
Political rrlaonrn at Moscow
Threaten to Starve Themselves
,1'aless They At Given
( an Karlr Trial.
ST. PETERSBURG, April 6,-The elec
tions by the constitutional democrats ot the
St. . Petersburg- district of Prof. Paul M.
Milukoff and M. Hessen, aa delegates to
the provincial convention have been an
nulled by the election commission, on the
ground that the recent Indictment In con
nection with the suspension ot the Svo
Bodanabog of which paper they were edi
tors. The commission has replaced them
by .conservative candidates, who ' received
scarcely a tenth of the vote cast for Mm.
Mllukolt and Iiessen., The action of the
authorities has aroused a storm In radical
circles because the commission did not take
exception to their candidates before the
balloting. Besides Prof. Milukoff, Is one
of the prominent ' leaders of the consti
tutional democrats, and was expected to bo
a power In Parliament.
The rigorous press regulations announced
yesterday, have been supplemented by a
sweeping repressive measure, making It
a prison offence to spread false reports
about government officials, or troops which
tend to produce publlo excitement. The
penalty is multiplied In such reports, re
sult In actual rioting.
Father Gepon has formally applied to the
Holy Bynod to withdraw the ban which
forbids him as an unfrocked priest to live
In St. Petersburg for seven years. GHpon
has begun the publication of a paper en
titled, "Ogny" (fire). In the Interest of his
The chief of police of St. Petersburg,
after various teats. Is equipping the police
and gendarmes with coats of mall to be
worn under their uniforms.
Prison Threatens Starvation.
MOSCOW, April 6. The political prisoners
with whom the local Jails are crowded have
declared a "hunger strike" (refusing to
partake of food) to compel the authorities,
cither to bring them to Immediate trial or
order their release. Many of the prisoners
have been three months In Jail without
being confronted with the charges against
them, notwithstanding the fact,, that In
terior Minister Durnovo, in an official order
made public some time ago. Instructed the
local officials throughout the empire to
confront prisoners within twenty-four
hours, with the charges which caused their
arrest. But, the police also received In
structions to hold by administrative order
all prisoners against whom no definite
charges could be brought.
Strong detachments of Cossacks are pa
trollng the Industrial quarters.
In Other Places.
MITAtT, Courland, Russia, April .
Plorlnch, chief of the revolutionary band
which pronounced death sentences agnlnst
the reactionary officials during the recent
revolutionary disturbances here. Was exe
ZHITOMIR. Province Volhynln, Russia,
April 6. An engineer and a lawyer, both
Jews, have been elected to the provincial
GRODNO, Lithuania, Russia, April .
The elections to the provincial convention
have been completed. The delegation con
sists of twenty-nine Poles, thirty Russians,
three Lithuanians, eleven Little Russians
and twenty-five' Jews.
KISHNIEFF. Russia, April .The elec
tions to- the municipal convention have
been completed. The delegation Is com
posed of forty-four radicals. Including
twenty-eight Jews and thirty-six moderates.
The Chief Attractions
AT THE SHOW.
Naturally cars of established reputation like The Cadillac, The Frank
Iln, The White "Steamer" and Tl. Baker Electric, attracted every visitor.
Known leaders in their respective classes, customers realize they were
making no experiment In purchasing any of these machines.
TKC C&dill&C alVcar1'611161 economlca1' ,ow PrIce.d depend-
Tk It..? -,L1 Is a "" h,h- luxurious machine, built ill
A 11C a, 14111 Ml 111 different models to meet varying requirements.
A I1C If UllC OlCalllCr built gives greater power, speed
or endurance; mo other machine Is so easy running or has such flexible
TKl Rnlrtr F.OPr..V Are jusUy known a-"The ArlBto
A III U a tier JUICeirie crats of Motordom." From an en
gineering and carriage standpoint nothing finer has ever been put upon
Caaaa A If n A ' Pa We have lllrKe lln ot "lightly used
tJCeUIlU-IiailU Vl3 machines and demonstrating cars, on
which we can make very attractive prices. Call at our Oarage and ex
Look up our Splendid Display
of Automobile Supplies. v
Make our booth your headquarters at the show. Get catalogue ot
our different cars. Arrange for a demonstration. Call at our Garage,
Oxford-Cambridge float Race Today.
Loxnnx inHi n.. . ..
rSmhrM0' raM between Oxford and
Cambridge universities. Ideal weather and
?or.n?r",Ln .Sni?. re Promised. A
. , " "" were in lavor of
Oxford, but since they have been prac-
ill', ' J" Jh Cambridge men
ie now slightly in their favor. The Ox-
lO Til ftlAn hailA tlia -J . . 1. .
L,i U. i u. ... uvnia in pnysique
hi f V"e the Cambridge crew
thev in- V ..""" .'i'" mna r
- .w omj .113 ruurso are Ski-
most sure to win. Oxford's strength, how
"V- The Oxonians brought a.
,h . 1 ' I-ondon, but a week ago de
cided to revert to last year s boat and
nracML8Per l h8V' boen ln th-'r
pectecC vi a. nne race is ex-
Vale Wrestlers Win.
EW YORK April 6.-Yales wrestlers
won the Intel collegiate wrestling champion
ship in the Columbia university gymnasium
tonight by defeating the teams of Co
lumbia. Prlnctnn arH n.,. .
tlnal score was Yale 7. Columbia 6,'Penn-
y . . uuic i,m .rriuceion f.
Wolcott Mad Gans Hatched.
BOSTON April .-William A. Pierce, on
behalf of Joe Wolcott. telegraphed Morris
Lvy of San Francisco today accepting a
match with Joe Gans for the welterweight
championship of the world. April 17 is the
dute not for the bout.
iWhen traveling to Chicago and the East nso
the line which will afford you the most com
fortable journey. The triple daily service be
tween Omaha and Chicago, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St,
gives the traveling public the choice of three
. most comfortable trains between these two
All trains are fully protected by a perfect
system of block signals.
Trains leave the Union Station, Omaha, 7.55
a. m., 5.45 p. m. and 8.35 p. m. Arrive Union
Station, Chicago, 9.30 p. m., 8.35 a. m. and
9.25 a. m.
f. A. NASH,
General Western Agent.
1524 Farnam Street,
The New York Giants will go Into the
fray with less changes than any other
Pfelster Is counted upon to step right into
regular work, taking the place of Welmer
as regular southpaw.
The fans are all taking a hand In picking
the regular team from the mass of ma
terial, but Pa will take a hand later.
Chicago Nationals outfield probably will
be Scheckard, Single and Bchulte and the
Infield Chance, Kvers, Tinker and Stein
feldt. Pittsburg papers are comparing Gajiley
last year with Des Moines, and Keeler
They say he resembles Wee Willie ln ap
pearance as well as In hitting.
Ban Johnson has set down on fh ttu
which has been going around of I-aJole and
his players, wishing to bet $2,0G0 on the out
come of the race ln the American. Johnson
wired that betting ln any form waa strictly
lui uiuuru ujr uiu American league.
The H Jetter hAnehall n ha.
organjxxd for the season of 1906 under the
name of "Jet tor's Gold Tons." The lln.nn
will be the same as last year, with two
exceptions. The team would like to corre
spond with any amateur teams wishing
The White Box will be here for their an
nual spring ganee Saturday and Sunday,
and If the weather man keeps up his pres
ent cup some gooa ottse nan weainer is lia
ble to De on hand. The Kourkes have been
practicing faithfully since the departure of
the Millers and the pitchers are getting Into
fcnape. Uomllng has not worked a full
name yet. but the fans all know the cau-
taln will be there when called upon. Freeea
and Marx have been doing all the receiving.
are either soft
Soft Hat is
very soft and
never gets stiff.
Stiff Hat is
very stiff and
never gets soft.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Osturieht Brought Back to Be on Hand for
Trial of Clark and Wain.
WORKING ON COUNTRY CLUB GROUNDS
T. J. O'Xell Sabaalta m Proposition for
Settlement of CootroTersy Orer
Location ot tk. City
Chief Krltrgs made a trip to Fremont
yesterday afternoon for the purpose of
bringing to South Omaha Clarence Gath
rlght, so that he may be here at the trial
of Harri-on Clark and Calvin Wain, which
Is to occur Mondny. Blnce the time of the
preliminaries Gathrlght has been held
prisoner In Fremont, while the two other
members of the gang have been retained
In the penitentiary at Lincoln. The chief
arrived ln Pouth Omaha with his chargo
at 9:46 and he was placed In the Isolation
cell of the city Jail. The chief remarked
on the fast time made on the trip. He left
Fremont at 8:46 and wns ln the Jail In
South Omaha In just one hour. Gath
rlght's Imprisonment seems to have hail
little effect on his appearance. He has the
same boyish. Inquiring look as at the time
of his former appearance.
More Treohle for Vrlck.
Teter I'vlck was again arrested yester
day for a breach of the Slocumb law. Otto
Bohults makes the allegation that the for
mer sold liquor to Charles Kamnm, a
minor, and that lOamms became Intoxi
cated and while In that condition reck
lessly fired a revolver at parties In and
about Uvlck's saloon at Twenty-seventh
and M streets. Eamms was arrested
Thursday and fined for reckless use of
firearms within the city limits. Uvlck will
have his trial April 14.
Work at Coantrr flab.
An Important meeting of the South
Omaha Country club was held ln the office
of Dr. C. M. Schlndel yesterday afternoon
A review of the affairs of the club showed
that the membership and the general In
terest warranted all the plana of the or
ganlzatlon being put Into execution. There
are now 100 paid up members and many
more are waiting until the formal opening
of the club house grounds liefore subscrib
ing their names. The work of building the
club house will begin Monday.. A foreman
has been selected by the board of directors
nd ho will oversee the construction of
the building. Work on the grounds haa al
ready begun. It Is 'expected the formal
opening will come as early na the middle
of May. The permanent standing com
mittees of the club were appointed at yes
etrday's meeting. They are: Fnance. W.
B. Cheek, C. W. Sears and C. M. Schlndel;
house, W. B. Tagg, C. F. Mann, D. S,
Clark: grounds, Al Hunter. L. A. Brun-
sted: golf, W. S. King. A. J. Caughey. N.
It. Byerson: baseball, Al Towell, H. Mer
lin, 8. R. Cox; tennis and croquet, W. II
McCreary, Bert Anderson, P. M. Wheeler;
entertainment. G. M. Hamill. W. W. 'Fisher
and R. H. Schlndel. The directors of the
club have been assured by the street rail
way company that, unless hindered by un
foreseen circumstances, the car line will
be finished by the time the early summer
season opens. ,
O'.Veil Haa a Proposition.
In consideration of the present tleup on
he question of the city hall site T. J.
O'Nell comes forward with the following
proposition by which he hopes to be able
to arbitrate the question of location:
NOW that the nennl nf flnnth Omaha im
becoming-very much Interested In the mat
ter oi vie city hall location, and being a
iitxnayer myseir. i realize tne ser
lousness of the present status of the mat
ter, from the present nut Ionic tha cllv u
liable to have to pay 44 per cent on $70,000
nonos j-nr at least two years, which equals
o.iw. j ne rem wnicn tne city must pnv
for Its various offices la snrrethlnir like
S2.400 per year, so that the tntnl loss In the
city and tax psyers will equal at least
n.'.wu. viewing the matter from this nolnt
of view It Is indeed deplorable and while I
leei mat inasmucn as tne people or South
Omaha selected by their votes my location,
to-wlt: The corner of Twenty-fourth and
O streets, nevertheless. In the Interest of
economy and good citizenship. I desire to
make the following proposition to Mr,
Hunt and his co-partners:
i snau select rtve citizens, who are
firoperty owners and business men doing
mslness and residing north of M street,
Mr. Hunt may select five like citizens
south or o street, these ten to select ono
more. Then Mr. Hunt and I are to submit
to this committee the proposition which we
es.cn suomiiiea 10 me council on last
Monday night and whatever selection Is
made by a majority of this committee
must be accepted by each of us. the selec
tion to De made by Saturday night.
Gillln Makes Statement.
J. J. Gillln, city clerk, states regarding
the rumor which haa gained circulation to
the effect that Mr. O'Nell had received his
warrant for the city hall site as ordered by
the city council, last Wednesday night, that
the warrant as It was made out and signed
by the mayor. Is still ln the vault in the
city clerk's office and will remain there un
til the court gives permission to sign the
same. He wishes further to state that on
all usual occasions he is willing to carry
out the wishes and orders of the council.
but knowing the circumstances of this case
and .the previous difficulty encountered
and not knowing whether he had the legal
right to carry out the order, he thought It
wisdom to wait for the full sanction of the
law before signing the warrant.
Regular services will be held in the First
Methodist church Sunday morning and
evening. Dr. F. M. Slsson will preach at
Dr. R. La Wheeler's morning sermon at
tha First Presbyterian church will be on
the topic, "Christ, Our Great High Pries
In the evening a lecture will be given by
Dr. C. W. Hlgglns on "The Mormons and
the Mormon Question." Dr. Hlgglns Is
recently from Salt Laka City. There will
be special mulc by the choir. The officers
of the King's Daughters will be formally
Installed by Dr. Wheeler Friday afternoon
at a meeting at the home of Mrs. George
Stewart, Twelfth and I streets.
At the United Presbyterian church the
Sunday morning sermon will be a discus
ion under the head "Two Foundations.'
In the evening the sermon will be a remi
niscence ln history under the caption, "Ap
pomatox." In commemoration of April t.
1S65, a sermon prepared for old soldiers and
for young people as well. There will be
Rev. George Van Winkle's Sunday morn
ing sermon will be suggestions ln the way
of "Help for a Weak Christian." In the
evening no special topic la given, but the
pastor will follow his usual style of even
ing talks. The First Baptist choir will
Maale City Go-alp.
A. Glettsch has taken out a permit for
Improvements on his property at 2&.Si Mui'l
C. B. Campbell expects to go to Denver
within the next two weeks and may remuin
The birth of a daughter la reported at
the home of Frank Pranelscous, ZS South
George M. ScovHle will soon build a fine
new rexldenco on his property between A
and B streets on Twenty-tourt h.
Vnlon Pacific and Burlington cars were
broken into within the last two days am1
dry goods of valu. taken.
The Merchants' base bull team Is newly
organized and is scheduled for a game wlti
a similar organisation in Council illufTs.
Th. mock Initiation given by the Kebekah
lodge last night at Odd Fellows' hall was
an affair of comedy to the full satisfaction
of the large crowd present.
Th. Nebraska Telephone company is lay
ing new cables through Its conduits. Work
un th. new exchange at Twenty-fourth and
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aUa. W. D. Tlvbtafi, lUka an jsllln. Ut
fey ;ML. y
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or Your Money Back at llartman's
Upon tho enduring: and unshsken rock of Intrprlty th
Mwrtmnn concern has laid Its foundations. Keeping: faith with
the rpople our absolute and unchanging policy. guaran
tee satisfaction with every purchase and will not permit any
transaction to be considered closed until the customer Is en
tirely pleased. We treat our customers generously. You're In
sured against any possible disappointments when yon deal at
..udral Credit on Hartman's New Improved Part Pay-
sells Is imaranteed
no mater how low Uie
All Goods Like
Ko-Cart (exactly like cut
hown tlie most substantttil
and convenient Go-Cart ever
devised. MBde entirely of me'M
liirge wheels, guarantee!' rub
ber tires, new style recllnlug
back, folds easily and very com
pact j Is extra light, yet strong,
and can be carried with perfect
ease; lis foot brake end Im
provements not to bo found In
nny ot her. cart.
Rperlal price for
tomorrow and all
next week, only..
Steel Range Special Every part entering Into
construction of this range nf the very beet material
It is constructed on the most improved lines and Is
consequently a splendid cooker and h.ker, and at the
same time an economizer of fuel. It has S 8-Inch
holes, large oven, high warming closet,
long deep rlrehox, oven lined with asbes
tos, ornamented with heavy nickel trim
mings, guaranteed for R years. Special rrlc.
Terms, 92.30 Cash: 5)c Vely.
anct elegant Framed Pictures, size 15x2".
oval frames In assorted gold, brown and
blKck, easily a 7fc value, but sold at
llartman's not for profit, bjt to
Jet your good m in
or But in-day only
r-'-vrt r g "J?, tv m Y. ' 2 1 "
Bed Combination Special Complete outfit, consisting
of one handsome Bed of above elegant design, large, mas
sive tubing ornamental joints, beautifully enameled; ono
pair One Springs, fine woven wire with strong, substan
tial frame, and one splendid Mattress, made with soft top
and tsped edge. We purchased these goods ln lmmen
quantities for our 22 great stores and ere sell
ing the complete outfit at a price far lower
than any bed outfit of this quality was ever
before offered price
Terms, 41.00 Canh; 50c Weekly.
Kitchen Cabinet (exactly like cut) Size of top,
24x47 lncbea. two kneading boards and two bins which
will hold SO pounds of flour. It Is made of hard wood
throughout and finished golden: haa top as shown and
can be had with glass or panel doors, aa
desired six spice drawers, top Is oak
front. This complete cabinet on easy
terms at only
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. To California . Very low and popular round trip rates; from Omaha $50, direct
routes; $12.50 additional via Shasta Route and Puget Sound. Tickets on sala
April 25 to May 5. .
To California, Portland and Puget Sound, Daily Low Rate Summer Tours.
Very attractive excursion rates commencing June 1st, over variable routes em
bracing the' wonderful scenery between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Slope.
The greatest railroad journey in the world within your reach. Round trip from
Omaha $60.00; via Shasta Route and Puget Sound, $73.50.
To San Francisco for N. E. A. Low. rate excursion tickets June 2Cth to July,
7th." One fare plus $2.00. for the round trip. From Omaha, $52.00, direct routes j
$64.50 via Puget Sound and the Shasta Route. -
To Colorado. Daily low tourist rates to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
commencing June 1st. Prom Omaha, $17.50 for the round trip. '
To Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Still lower rates for the great Elk's
gathering at Denver. From Omaha, $15.00 round trip; tickets sold early in Jury.
To Western Resorts Generally, Summer tourists tickets to many Colorado,
Utah, Wyoming, Black Hills and Montana destinations, with every facility for in
cluding all attractions enroute."
Yellowstone Park. Send for handsome park folders descriptive of this recrea
tive wonderland. Very cheap side trip tickets through the part to holders of
through tickets, also very low rate tours from the Missouri river through the Park
and return, via Gardiner.
Describe your proposed trip and let us advise you the best way to make it at tha
least cost and send you printed matter free.
CITY TICKET AGENT, 1502 FARNAM
Gen'l Passenger Agent, 1004 Farnam
some time past In her old home In Cadis.
O., returned Thursday night, accompanied
by her mother, who la over K0 years old.
The Swedish-Norwegian Republican club
held a well attended meeting Thursday
evening. It was decided not to discontinue
the meetings of the club, and the next one
-.ill bo held May S.
The Byrne-Hummer company delivered
the first shipment of Its machinery yester
day. This will be set up on the upper floors
of the city hall building and the new shirt
and overall factory will begin operations
at an early date.
A tenant which l quickly dUpossesed by
Or. King's liicovery. Is a Cough or Cold.
60 cents and $1.00. For sale by Sherman tc
McConnell Durg Co. "
' The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Hoard of Health dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Births-Frank Klasen, JUi Charles, boy.
teaths Zvlpha K. McMahell, 2H.8 Wirt,
53; Kllas Hicks Clark, 10 Juckson. 76;
Jennie Coffey, 501 North Sixteenth, a; Nels
Anderson. Fifty-sixth and Center, 61.
Troablrd by Preplan Tom.
Residents In the neighborhood of Farnam
and Ixiuglus streets, west of Twenty-fourth,
coniiluiii to the Hllie of having been an
noyed recently by a "Peeping Tommy,"
and descriptions of a young man have been
furnished said to correspond to the one
with the. erase for rubbering Into people's
houses at night. Int. iti vn Home and
Fuuullo caught a young man acting
strangely near Twenty-fourth ami Karnan,
streets last night anil he was locked up.
He gave his name us Horace Kay, but
denied he had lien doing promiscuous
peeping, saying IiIh efforts hid ! n con
fined to watching the movements of a cer
tain young woman whom he intends o
marry, und who, he thinks lie lias reason
to fear, Is keeping coniny of other men
aaaaal Poliee IbbbIow.
Orders have b-eu issued to the police to
prepaie for the annual iuupcctiou. The
date has not been fixed yet, but it
between April 2& and 30.
For Weaters Oceaa 'I'raae.
NEW ORLEANS. April . Huslneaa men
representing nearly every southern state
met here today and formed the Mlalaalp4
Valley Kxport and Import association for
the advancement of trade between the
Mississippi valley and South America. The
lathnitan Canal commlHMlon will be asked
to put on a line of steamers between New
Orleans and Colon to put the territory
concerned on an equal basis with the At
bee ased by MllUoas of Hotfe-ra for Uwatr
JUUdraa mull 1WU1u foe over rift TaaTa;
Sall.L suHii M.a .,;, a,,
aU pain, ourtaj wind euiiu. auA akakl2
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