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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 4, 1913.
JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres.
WM. L. HOLZatAN, Treas. j
Senior Class of the University of Omaha
Startling Values, Spring Suits, 10 J35
True Economy in Clothes Making and Selling
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YOU'RE not asked to pay $40 or $50 for -clothes
here. "Why? The greater Nebroska'B buyers
know the details of production; qirect the making; employ
tho best Eochester, N. Y., journeymen tailors; fabrics the
oreamjof the looms and bought direct from the mills. Here'a
a new standard of value, style, fit and satisfaction, a guar
anteed saving of $5.00 to $8.00 for you here. Wonderful
showing of newest "weaves and f i. (DQC
models, at iA...tpJLU LO tpOO
Furnishings'" Best Values
Choose your summer furnishings here this store and
stock stands today tho best in tho West. Shirts 50c to
$2.50. TJnderwear, largest stock, 50c to $2.50. Men's
hosiery most extensive variety 15c to $1,00. Arrow
and Barker collars all sizes always. The grcater"Nebrasku
invites the critical attention of all men and young men the
Btoro that's NEW in every sense of the word.
On Friday evening, June 6. eleven Deo
fle trill go forth with their sheepskins to
battle with tho problems of the world ni
toe first graduating class of the Unl
verslty of Omaha. Prior to the gradua
tion thle June there have been two Erad
ttatee. Mlis Claudia Callaway In Ull and
Hurry Jerome In 1912. IJoth of those, bow
ever, entered tho reboot with more than
the required number of entrance credits.
The claaa which graduates this year U
the tint to complete four yean' work it
tno local institution. Though rather
mall la point of number, considering
tho percentage of those who were In
school the flrit year, the number la tre
mendously large as at tho cloao of the
first year there were but nineteen en
rolled In the university. Two of tho nine
teen havo graduated from educational In
stitutions since that time-Mr. Jerome
Jast year from the university and Miss
Jean Hamilton from Northwestern uni
versity of Evanston, III. Clinton Halsey,
another member of th'e first class to
enter, was out of school last year, but Is
npw attending and will complete his
course In June, 1914. Of those who wero
In attendance when the school ovenert
every student was a resldont of Omaha
and all with the oxceptlon of Mr. Jeromo
arid Mebane Ramsey were graduates of
the Omaha High school.
The great majority of the c'.ass became
alumni of the Omaha High school Jn 1500.
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NllfflK WKKK HkI.PKFI TWTAV
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Comparisons of the Relief Heoordi
-v y huibs.
" 1 I
tern MAte k . I
KO COXFOKATIOITS AFSTSTT.Tl
"HsIm KstahksheA Fma mn&
Xr Thousands ef BalUra
"Wwm Distribute AnetR
The relief eemmlttea (a gathering reo
erSa ot the amount ef. rMlaf
Bloyea by certain carnori.tinna,&. t.nr-Ut
fums of the eljy, In order that this may
k Included in the commlttoe'a recorda
as an aM ) deciding- on ths relief to be
rraiited In oases that apply. The. com
mlttee has not ssued a formal call for
thes reports, hut has Intimated to some
f ths corporations that such reoorta I
would be welcome, aa they would form
a valuable part.ot the cmmlttee's roc-
end. for example, a man called at tne
relief station Friday and told how much
os ho had sustained, and declared he
Vaa In great need. Ha was halscd hv.th.
committee. Then the record of the hnn4 of Mayor Dahlman and Commls
Uplon Pactflo relief came In "and It was ,ontr Ryder, who are expected to effect
found that this same man had, received a aettlemenfc The Omaha Taxi company
aoxnethins over WW from the Union Pa- dotmtltl the UM 'fEo taxi again u
clflo Jena- hafara ha hbbIib.i h r. fw days ago. The operating committer
lief eommlttos. In stating his case to the
committee he had not mentioned what
the railroad corooratlon hid dona for
vi m. I
at v . i w tv4b smtae
cclvtd Is that ot the Omaha & Council
JJlutls Street Hallway company. It shows
that a fund ot $7,994.14 was raised by the
company acd tho employes and expended
la relief of employee ot the company.
TWrtyoco canes wem thus carod for tlth
this fund. They were, given anything
from exceedingly small amounts ot
money, as the case might require, up to
f5 or more. Tho fund was raised In tho
Officers and directors , t00.00'
Vinton street barn 811.51
Shops , 8)0,00
Pierce street bam ,.,....v. iTO.9)
Amu avenue barn .. 1U.7R
Central power station l&tO
Council BluJIs 9T.50
Twenty-socond street statldn U3
Office clerks to.U
Untoa Poclfto Pnstd.
The Union Pacific relief fund expended
fey the Union Pacific among tta employes
Hotray! Baby To
Rule the Hwse
1 KoLose? Do Voroen Fear Th Great
mii of All Huaan Blasting.
It Is a joy esq contort to tnow thai
the cuti-taltcdet pahii and otber Civ
tresses list are tald to precede eh'.ld-bcar-
Icff may estllr be arrOd. No waacn ntti
fear ths slightest uUort if tie w!:j
fortify herself vrlt'a the wll.kaown t4
tlae-honorea retsedy, "ilether's Prlead."
TbU ta a most crstefvl, rn'ratlDc.
. ftsroal application thit t ones sottess au'
BasJtes pitta t the 1 abdominal muscles and
Nfaauala. They sstcril!? expsod wlthcet
Mte allxhtsst ttraln, and thus net cr';
MaUh all tendeacy to nerrous, twltcux:
oetlt, bet there U as eatlrt freedem froa
9MHa OlteoBifort, ('.cep'.essneu aad drcti
Jshat oltsa leave their laprew open the
TS eecaslosi hi taUrtfore one of an-
. Joyful aatUlpatisa, and too tnuca
aot be laid ttpon the remarkab'.c
wtttefc a nother happy, pr-naU
HsBnlMiti Us vpob toe health and ter
of tat teaeratlon to eoas.
rrs Friend Is recommended, only for
aa ceesfort of, expectant metier.
of whoa nays usca ana recess-
it Too will find It ca sslt at all ftnig
t 11.00 botm Writ. tr w
Bssrahitor Co.. 130 Lamar Kdr.
nemta. Osu. far a saest lastrectlw bak oa
I la' mate U all urtjtcU. aothwlMod,
- " jip?
Those who wilt graduate and the school
and class of graduation are; Zella Dccbe,
Omaha '03 1 Gladys Solomon. Omaha "CO;
Clara Hendrlcksen, Omaha '03 ; Katherlne
Mathtcs, Omaha '03: Helen Hansen,
Omaha '00; Pansy Williams, Omaha '00;
George Parish, Omaha '09; Btanton Balls-
bury. Omaha '09; Mebane Ramsey, Chi
cago "09! rorne Nlcoles, Omaha OS:
George Perclval, Omaha 'M.
amounted to IH.lM.Mi Besides this
amount of cash the company gave thirty
eight tons of coal, besides great nunn
t,tis ot clo,hln bedding and other sup-
pioyes of the Union Pacific were aided
In nmnunta ranirlnv Vi tv. jv H i
.ii0tisA kibu am iiw in in-
dividual cases. Qeneral Manager Charles
ware or me union Pacific submitted the
report to the relief committee as the
final arid complete report of the relief
furnished by the Union Pacific.
The payroll of the reconstruction .com
mittee of the tornado relief committee
for carpenters, bricklayers, plasterers and
laborers , tor" tho Week amounted to (CM.
was made up at the relief station and
,d t0 th m'n noon wnn thoy quit
Kork. .It .want to some fifty men In
h var," branches of the. rcconatruo-
tlon wor't' Next week tie( committee, eje-
pct' ,0 hnv ft lArKer roree working,
" mr T" investigated and
","ou , y iiioi ume
Tax! Bill Unnuld.
Taxlcab bills of the relief committee
nav not yot DCt, ntt'd. This la because
on ot tno ,arC hlllu gained some little
notoriety a few weeks ago. The taxi
h'V. h.aye now all been placed In the
18 n0 lonfr '"K Private owners oi
automobiles ,io donate the services ot
car' " w thought this courtesy
had been accepted a,i long as the com
ImltUe could consistently exDoct It
IN NEW TRAFFIC RULES
As requested by Chief ot Police Dunn,
the shifts at ths station have, been read
the traffic regulations, In a body, and
Instructed to carry out tho ordinances
to the tetter, aergeant Vanous corralled
his menials In police court Friday after
noon and forced thtm to listen to every
word of a twenty-elght-page booklet KoV
erntng the trafMs. Vanous- expounded
the following In the course ot his read-
tngt "That all vehicles. Including trl
cyolea, and velocipedes, must be equipped
with one headlight at least, and a rear
llsht. after dark."
Bo, If your 5-year-old son or daughter
la incarcerated while pedalling the streets
after the shadow have fallen, you will
know It Is because their velocipedes aro
not equipped with lighting systems.
ERE JONAH WAS BURIED
Banotttr of th Prophet's Tomb ait
Xflaevah Upheld by the
The site of Nineveh Is almost perfectly
level. Out adjoining the western wall
are two huge mounds concealing the pal
ares ot the greatest kings of Assyria.
The lower, or southern, mound Is oc
rupled by a mosque and a village of con
slderable slxe, Its name Is Kebt Yunu,
or the Prophet Jonah, for In the mosque
Is the tomb In which Jonah Is Hid to
have been burled. The age of the tomb
Is uncertain, yet probably It dates from
long after the Hebrew prophet time
However, the place Is now sacred, so
sacred that pilgrims visit It from afar,
I rode up the steep narrow streets ot
the villas to the mosque, and to the
amassment of the natives I dltmounted
and entered' the moique yard. A crowd
of excited men quickly surrounded mo.
To a priest I explained that I had come
to see the grave of Jonah, and with
motion of the band I made It understood
that he would be rewarded Removing
my shoes, 1 followed the priest through
a. dark passageway. Tnere ne pointea
t0 wan an( laid that the tomb was
I jUJt beyond. I wtihed to enter the prayer
room from which the tomb Itself might
tx seen, but the place was considered far
too r acred for my profane feet However,
the few Christiana who have, .been per
mltted to see the tomb may look only
thrnuvh ft small window Into a dark
chambsr m whlcrt a cloth covered raound i
MTteW discernible. It Is said that
I co Moslem, even, will enter the Inner
The Persistent ana Judicious Use ot
J un)n ftuoteaa.
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MRS HE A?Y3IV
Commerce School to
Add New Studies to
Prlnetpat I C, Rusmlsel of the Omaha
High School of Commerce has announced
several additions to Its curriculum- One
of the most striking changes Is the In
troduction of commercial Gorman. Ger
man Is used a great deal In tho buslnest
world and It Is therefore a useful addi
tion to any ono's list ot capabilities.
Commercial chemistry Is to be taught
next term also, This study will enable
tho pupils to perform all the chemical
tests Usod In tho creameries, wholesale
houses, and In similar activities. Tim
stenographic department will also bo
broadened, and It la believed that the
students will ba given actual practice In
court reporting at the various law trials
at the court house. The students of this
department will also be taught the use ot
the Gammeter multlgraph. .of which It la
likely that this school Is the only pos-
seesor and user of any school In the west.
It Is Intended that the entire curriculum
shall be strengthened In every way pos
sible. "Commerce," the school paper of Com
merce High school, Is out for this month
and 4t Is certainly maintaining Its stand
ard. AinntiB lt various itepnrtmentB nre
tho story of transportation, by Miss
livolyn Cppelnnd, sevoral poems and va
rious rhymes containing advice on every
day policies, and numerous other articles.
The Gregg shotthand pin which was
offered last month as a prise for tho best
tmnnorlptton of n poem by Ella Wheeler
Wilcox, written In shorthand, was won
by Miss wltma Van Hymlng. This
month a year's subscription to the Amer
ican Penman, a monthly Journal devoted
i ixmmananip ana ousiness, is oticrod
as a prlxo for the best copy of a set of
capital letters appearing In the Com
merce. Those writing tho next four best
copies will receive honorable mention.
A call has been sent out for candidate
for the Commerce staff and several re
sincuons nave ceon laid. No person
having a "D" In any subject, or no per
son having a general average below "B,"
is eligible for candidacy.
A recent visitor of this school was tl.
U Hamilton, who la the head ot the
commercial department of BIoux City.
One of the teachere of this commercial
department visited this school not lung
ago and upon her return to filoux City
took with her a copy of "Commixe
and a heap of good Impressions ot com
merce, school. Mr- Hamilton said that
the good things he had heard of thla
school and the copy of ''Commerce"
which he saw Influenced him to visit hare.
He even iwent so far aa to acknowledge
that commerce school has hjs own beaten,
but cald that the school board ot Sioux
Clly did not show such a lively spirit of
co-operation aa has the Omaha achool
Possibly success doesn't lie so much In
having a generous school board as In
having a good hustler for a principal.
The senior commencement announce
ments have been printed and may be
obtained by those graduating, at the
price ot ( cents apiece.
The usual weekly meeting of the
Junior Commercial club waa postponed
Friday afternoon because ot the "Know
Omaha" class excursion.
Movements of Ocean Steamers,
Perti. Arrl4. Ull.d.
AM3RA OtrnuaU '
ST JOHN, AthtBls.
BAN FHANCIBCO Nlptwl Mini.
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VOYAGE F0R CARAVELS
World's Fair Iletlca Booked . for
Whter Trtp to Pnnamn
A memorable lerson In history, .bring
ing home one of tho chief events of .the
world with a vividness unapproachable
by books, will be afforded by a voyage
which replicas of the three tiny caravels
of Columbus, will Bhortly makft down
the Mississippi river to the Gulf of
Mexico, whence they will proceed through
the Panama canal to tho San Francisco
exposition. These quaint vessels, almost !
forgotten relics of the World's Colum
bian exposition, have lain for years on
a lagoon In Jackson pari:, Chicago.
Here they will represent the spacious
old days when the Atlantla Ocean was
called tho Spanish Main; when all
Europe, upon the discovery of the now
world, was uplifted with such exulta
tion aa mankind would feel today If a
highway of Mars wore opened up; when
men In frnslie barks adventured boldly
Into the perilous mysteries of unknown
They will meet here the contrast of a
great twentieth century city, throbblns
with modern machinery, towered with
skycrapers, and binding tho Mississippi
river with the glnnt fetters ot the Eads
bridge. Sailing against currents and wind
by the aid of ft force which might have
bctn called mnglc In tho days ot Colum
bus, steamboats will ply about the
queerly rigged mementos ot olden navi
gation. A comparison between these steamboats
and the craft which braved the uncrossed
Atlantic will awaken an enhanced ad
miration ot the audacity of fltteenth cen
tury sea captains. It will bo een that
If the Santa Marie, the Plnta and the
Nina wero placed In line, stem to stern,
on the deck ot the Eagle Packet boat
Alton, their combined leng hs would over
lap the length of the iteamboat only
nine feet. If -the three caravels were
placed side by side on the Alton's deck,
room would stilt remain on either flank
for a man to pass.
The calculation will be mads that It
a parr ot balances large enough were
at hand and the Alton were placed In
one acale, five Santa Marias, tour
Flntas and two N'lnas, placed In the
opposite scale, would together still lack
twenty tons of tipping the beam. For
the Alton's displacement Is 800 tons, aa
against 100 for tho Santa Maria, fifty
for the rinta and forty for the Nina.
The Alton is 211 (jet long, the Santa
Marie 100, the Plnta eighty-five, and the
Nlpa only sixty-five. The Alton has a
maximum beam of seventy-two feet, as
contrasted with twenty-three tor
great admiral's flagship, twenty.three
for the Plnta and twenty for the Nina.
In place ot the square yards, queerly
combined with lateen rt suing on the rear
masts, which propelled the Spanish cara
vels, the Alton has In Its hold a device
which, fed with water and fire, pro
duces the might ot 1.3SQ horses.
The' three caravels, and particularly the
Santa Maria, were built with the most
careful art so- that they might reproduce
tho ships ot Columbus as exactly as pos
sible. The most learned archeologtsta In
Spain were employed to reconstruct the
originals. St Louis Post Dispatch.
To the Woodahed.
Little Willie, aged t and a half, had
been very bad. lie had forgotten his
table manners before "company." so his
father waa celled Into service to ad
"Willie you have been a very bad little
boy." said he. "You have shocked your
mamma, your grandma and your aunts
by your conduct and I want you to
know that I do not approve your aetlonx
It may be that I shall havo to cha?tlse
you. Do you understand what I am
"I got you, Etsve." aaU WUUe-In-linsUa
COliHEOT APPAREL FOR MEN A No WOMEN
SUIT FOR FIFTEEN MILLIONS
Iowa County Will Ask Rock Island
Road to Pay Back Taxes.
FAILURE TO LIST SECURITIES
Amount Sought So Great that Its
Collection Might Eiiitmrrnss Line
and Hidden Mennlnif !
Sonsrht for Move.
Suit for approximately $15,000,000 In back
taxes wl'.l be brought against tho Chi
cago, Rock Island & Pacific Pallroad
company by the supervisors of Polk
county, Iowa, In which Des Moines Is lo
cated, If the company refuses to pay
thla amount, according 'to an announce
ment yesterday. The supervisors In a
resolution authorized format demand tor
tl)e sum and lugal proceedings If neces
sary. It Is asserted the Rock Island company
has concealed $160,000,000 tn moneys, cred
its and corporation shares and stocks
during the laat five years.
A firm of Council Bluffs attorney
was retained by the Polk County Board'
of Supervisors to bring action. Under
the terms of the contract these attorneys
are to have 40 per cent of tho total
amount of alleged back taxes collected.
llnnil Attnmryn Protest.
Tho Rock island company's attorneys
assert there Ib no- foundation for the su'.t
and that the taxes have' been promptly
But If the suit which has been author
ized for taxes should succeed, the Pock
Island would have to stand for a loss ot so
many millions that It might be forced Into
bankruptcy. The case Is a) peculiar ono
and railroad officials and county officers
do not know what to make of It.
The claim Is based upon the conten
tion that the railroad company should
have listed for taxation Its corporate
shares, in addition to Its moneys and
ci edits. The attorneys hold that since
the company Is Incorporated In Iowa. Its
stock I? llablo for taxation, as Is also
all ot Its moneys tfnd credits. The dls-
! covery has been made that approximately
JISO.000,000 worth of this property Is sub
ject to taxation, although It has nover
been listed with assessors.
Covers Five Yenrs.
Under the law taxes cannot be col
lected for a period longer than five years
after due. and the suit authorized by the
Polk County Board ot Supervisors asks
tax payments for the last ttve years.
In the resolution adopted by the board
a demand for tho payment ot J15.K9.4I0
was made by the county treasurer upon
thft railroad company,-
Gcorgo S. Wright, attorney of Council
Bluffs, and M. L Ktssell, connected with
the tax-ferreting business In Council
Bluffs In connection with Ben McCoy.
have made the contract with the county
supervisors of Polk county, whereby they
have undertaken to enforce the demand
in the courts.
Snyn Clntui Is Valid.
Attorney Wright yesterday said that
the claim Is collectible and that It would
bo fought through the courti as tar as
the company chose to carry It The
Incentive to make vigorous flcht Is ex
collcnt. The two Council Bluffs men are
to get 40 per cent of the gross amount
"Wo wanted W per cent," said Mr,
Wright, "but they would not let Us have
but 40 per cent and I told them they
had robbed us ot about U.CW.COO."
The suit Is taken seriously, however,
as' It Involves Important points, some of
which have been partially adjudicated
nnd others entirely undecided. If the
suit should be won the state will get
; a considerable proportion ot the amount
tlpally paid, but Po)k county, next to
the attorneys, will got the largest share-
It Will, ot course, be a federal court case
when It la fnally Instituted.
AUTOS SPEEDING THROUGH
SMOKE COLLIDE; NONE HURT
GRAND RAPIDS. Minn.. May t
Speeding up his automobile to make a
dash through a smole filled lane betwteri
walls of brush tires, O. H. Dickinson,
manager ot a local mercantile company,
late yesterday closed his eyes and darted
Into the smoke.
Mr. and Mrs. Pear of Hlbblng. on the
way from Hlbblng to Grand Rapids,
closed their eyes, added speed to their
car and dashed Into the same lane from
the opposite direction.
Midway the two cars collided. The oc
cupants of both cara bounced up, turned
over and landed In each other'a car.
None was hurt seriously.
Tho Persistent and Jud.dou. Use
ONE OF TH$ MEMBERS OF THE
PLOW COMPANY MANAGER
SAYS HE HAS COMPETITION
SIOUX FATjLS. S. P.. May 2. At the
opening of the fourth session of the hear
ing here In the government antl-trusj
suit against the International Harvester
company today, 8. p. waasworm or
BIoux Falls, manager ot the Rock Island
Plow company, which la a competitor pt
the International Harvester company In
this territory, declared in hl.i testimony
that TO per cent of the lino of his com
pany was In direct competition with In
ternational Implements, that "We always
found them fair competitors, In fact bet
ter than the other fellows." ,
Method Is the offspring ot punctuality.
Fortunately, one's Ambitions are not
limited to the attainable.
ben women vote there will be a cur
few for married men. perhaps.
There are Just as good compliments
floating around as ever were fished for,
Make the bqkt of your life. You may
never get another chance to be happy.
Qlrts may not be much good at play
ing base ball, but they can play the
But a man's obituary notice always
comes along too late to get him a bet
Before burning your bridges behind you
It might be well to see that they are
fully Insured. Chicago News.
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LIFE INDICATIONS ON MAR'S
Recent Investigation Strengthen
Gnrtlrr Belief that Planet
- Is Inhabited.
Investigations reentry conducted unor
an elaborate scale at tnu great observa.
tory ot Flagstaff, Ariz., prove to th
, satisfaction of many astronomers that
tne networK ot cana.is on ?n pianet
Mars Is evidence of mighty f forts on tho
part of the Martians to preserve tho
fast diminishing supply of water. Tho
i telescope has revealed that Mars Is evl-
dently a world of unusual beauty, but
bearing signs of great age; a planet In
habited by Intelligent beings, but a world
which has rearched the period when Its
scib have practically dried up. The here-
totoro startling claims of Prof. Perclval
Lowell, who waa one ot the first sci
entists to Insist that Mars Is the abode
of a race ot highly civilised people, an
now being aoly auupported by Prof. Jamei
II. Worthlngton, another noted scientist
who says that there can nb longer re.
main any doubt nf the existence of canal
builders on Mars. The earn authority
also declares that th'e construction -of
these canats Is rriode comparatively easy
because the Martians have no' mountains
to contend with. In another section of
his report on this Interesting subject
Prof. Worthlngton says "Assuming that
thft Martian atmosphere exerts a pressure
of'IVi Inches of mercury upon the sur
faceand It can scarcely be greater than
this Lowell has shown that water would
boll at a temperature of 11 degrees F.
Aa the solar energy falling on Mars is
certainly not Itss than that which heat
the rocks of the Sahara to at least W
degrees F., It Is clear that evapora
tlon Is much more rnpld there than here;
anV consequently, water traveling In an
open channel would evaporate long dc
foro It reached the tropics of the planet
a Journey which we know occupies sev
eral , weeks. It Is, therefore, probable
that the water is carried In something
Lakin to pipes, and this Is rendered the
more plausible by the fact that the water
does not flow naturally, but Is driven,
a, conclusion to which the shape of the
planet has led us" The professor fur
ther declares that "on account of the
weakness o gravity on Mars. It Is prob.
able that, though water may be scarce,
yet, ,th commoner parts of the earth's
utmpephere may be present there. Among
thcf gases are those which make life
possible here, namely: Water, vapor,
oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. It
appear, therefore, that we are Justified
In concluding that the atmosphere of
Mars may be like our own, though less
dense, and that It Is disappearing grad
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made from b&rleyarid other strength
giving nourishing grains, by skilled
experts. All the gTAln is thoroughly
malted and only sound, perfect grain
can be malted, which, insures a rich,
pure &nd wholesome -distillation,
Because of Its known purity Duf
fy's is used and indorsed by doctors
everywhere. It is ma4e for medl-
cinal purposes only.
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