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OMAIIA, SATURDAY MOllNINO, DECEMBER 5, 1914 TWENTY PAGES. .VaV SINGLE v COPY TWO CENTS.
AS WHITE SLAYER;
YERSE IN EYIDEHCE
Colonel Charles Alexander, Bich
'. Man of Providence, Arretted for
-Violating Mann Act
MIS3 JESSIE COPE THE WOMAN
Hit "Great Big Girl of the Golden
West" Under Surveillance of
V. S, Authorities.
GOLD WEATHER STRIKES THE WAR ZONE Bel
gian troopers using their blankets as hoods to keep them
HE WHITES A "POME" OR TWO
. Charged with Transporting Her
from Los Angeles to Chicago.
BUNGALOW IN THE BERKSHIBE9
Promised to Froonr IMvoree from
' Wife aad Then Proceeded to
Make Lott l Ardent
CHICAOO, Dec. 4. Colonel Charlei Al
exander, a Providence, R. I., millionaire.
Indicted here charged with violation of
the Mann act. ha been arretted In Provi
dence, acoordlng to an announcement re
ceived here by Charles T. Clyne. district
attorney. He Is charged with transport
ing Mint Jessie Cope Of Los Angeles from
Los Angeles to. Chicago.
Mtsfr Cape is under the survellance -f
federal officers in Chicago, and it is re-
ported' the grand Jury will consldor
charges, of extortion said to have been
mule against her.
Colonel Alexander is a member of the
" firm of Alexander Bros., at Providence, a
director of the Canadian Steel company
and a man of prominence and family, ac
cording to a statement issued by District
Meet i' Los Aniseles.
"Colonel Alexander met Miss Jessie E.
Cope at a social gathering In Los Angeles
two vears ago," the statement said. "He
explained after their first meeting that
he was a man of family and would pro
cure a divorce and marry her. Then he
proceeded to make violent love to- Miss
'The evidence of the girl shows she re
lied on his promise to marry her. At. his
suggestion Miss Cope met him in Chicago
on February 13, MIS. They occupied con
necting rooms at a downtown hotel. Later
they went to New Orleans, and from
hr to California. -
. "During the time they were traveling
together. Colonel Alexander gave her
many presents and much money,
v . Son "Pome!" Mere or Lse.
' :"The colonel built for her a bungalow
at Taunton Mass,, In the Berkshire Hills.
On New Year's day, IMS. Colonel Alexan
der sent her the following gTeettng:
in warmth, and cheer, and firelight glow,
7 Come sit with me in my bungalow:
A welcome .'waits you all, my friends,
And while the blaalns fireplace sends
Its sparks to Join the star on high,
We'll feast and sing and Jollify. : ;
And drive away all cares and iUs,
At my bungalow in. Berkshire Hills.
'. "Another poem which Colonel Alexander
wrote to Miss Cope he called 'The Mod
ern Alexander." It follows:
Alexander of the olden days, . '
Was said to sadly weep.
Because there were no other worlds
To conquer and to keep.
' But lit thee latter,1 better days
Of trusts and politics,
- Another Alexander came
Who knew the modern tricks.
"In a letter of December 18, 19U. Colonel
Alexander referred to Miss Cope as hia
Great, Big Girl of the Golden West.'. "
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' LITTLE SERVIA
Balkan Kingdom Which Has Borne
Brunt of the War' in South
Has New Enemy.
REPORT IS FROM BUCHAREST
State Department at Washington
Has Dispatch from Roumanian
ALL TREATIES ARE SUSPENDED
Servian Minister at Bucharest Says
His Government Has Declared
Pacts with Turkey Void.
FOREIGNERS BECOME RESTLESS
Austrian War Office Reports
Successful Sortie from Przcmysl
. WASHINGTON, Dec. 4. Austro-Hun-gurlan
successes along the entire line In
Bervla, which have driven the Serbs from
the banks of the calubara river, and a
ucceesful sortie from the fortress of
Prsemysl were reported In Vienna official
dispatches today to the Austro-Hun-gartan
embassy. The dispatch said:
"In Bervla the enemy resisting with all
Its force on the east of the River Calu
bara and LJIda, after a most obstinate
fight on the whole line, was beaten. The
enemy retired with considerable losses.
"Since the beginning of the last offen
sive we have captured 1S.000 prisoners.
The front In West Qallcla and Russian
Poland was generally quiet yesterday. On
the front before rreimysl the enemy, try
ing to approach from the north of the
fortress, was repulsed by a counter attack
of the garrison. -
"Commander of the fifth army sent the
emperor a telegram of homage, announc
ing the occupation of Belgrade by the
Autro.IIungarin troops. An attack of
the Russians near Wolhrom was repulsed.
Otherwise relative calm."
Turkey Expels all French Nationals
from Interior Cities.
REFUGEES .WITHOUT MEANS
America Ambassador Morgraathaa
la Carina- for Handred at Bel
rat, Bmyraa ut Tro-blsoad.
SIX DAYS WORK A
WEEK IS ENOUGH
Rev. Harry F. Ward Denounces Lon
Hours and Low Wages Before
' Methodist Convention, ,
NEED , . , MORE - CHRISTIANITY
Speaker Folats Oat tkat Indamtry
Most 'Hecoarntae Hum a a Side of
Its Administration Dwells
, . on Strikers.
Old Officers Are Re-elected land
' ' Plans for Carrying on Future 4
Work Are Considered;
LEGISLATURE TO BE 'WATCHED
fteeent Defeat in Ifebraaka ta Char-i
cterlsed aa a Victory that ta .
NBW.TORK. Deo. 4. Smith McNoll'a j
restaurant and hotel, a lanamar ror
sixty years on Washington street, and
UnnwA hv thousands of travelers when
the only entrance to Now York w" 1 h.
ferry, ineo n unjnnmni
and may bo compelled to dose its doort
.Th restaurant! was started by Henry
Smith and Thomas B. McNeil In 1M m a
basement room. Smith died In M81. but
McNeil continued dally at the place until
three years ago when he retired at the
age of B year to his ranch at Ventura,
Cal He was moro than once a million
aire and to the end he continued the
same homely methods of business that
had marked the partnership. For years
under that organisation the servants had
been paid nightly and when the share of
the house had been set aside the partners
themselves divided what remained.
Declaring .that six days a week and
Afirht Koiira H.v in tanar Annttirti fnl
anybody to work, uni assorting that
"starvation , wages" . should cease and
adequate incomes should be assured all
workers, Rev. Harry F. Ward, D. D.,
of .Chicago, secretary for social service
In the Methodist church, ' denounced,
rules of law and industry that put prop
erty right ahead of human rights and
even' human life.
His address was one of the features of
the morning session of the big Methodist'
convention, - being ' held at the First
Methodist church for hundreds of dele
gates from the Omaha. Council Bluffs
and Teonmseh - districts. : He spoke on
"The Challenge of Labor to Christian ty,"
and clearly pointed out the human side
of Industry and the need of religious
principles in its administration.
"The first' demand should bo that In
dustry shall not waste human life," he
said. "We are still worshiping Mammon.
still requires human sacrifice.
Officers Elected. ' '
President. Mrs. Draper Smith. Omaha,
Vice president. 1 Mrs. Anna Kovanda,
Recording secretary, miss uauy uoane,
Corresponding secretary, Miss Mary
Treasuror. Mrs. W. K Hardy. Lincoln.
Klrst auditor, Mrs. H. II. Wheeler, Lin
Kocond auditor, Mrs. George F, Copper,
WASHINGTON, Dec, 4. Official
advices of the proclamation by Tur
key of a holy war against Servla and
I Its allies wero received at the State;
department today from Minister
Voplcka at Bucharest, Rou mania,
who received his Information from
the Servian minister In the Rouman
ian capital. The Servian govern
ment has announced that all treaties
between .Turkey and Bervla are im
perative. : Ambassador Morgenthau at Con
stantinople reported unrest among
foreigners In Turkey and the expul
sion of about 100 French nationals
from the Interior country. The ref
ugees now are assembled at Beirut,
Trebicond' and Smyrna without
means,' but will " be " aided by the
American .diplomatic and consular
officers. ' . :'
', v Mr Morgenthau added that other
French, refugees wera arriving "at
those threj,cltios dally, anffron that
State department officials Infer that
a general expulsion of the French
has been undertaken. Mr. Morgan
thau'a dispatch did not mention Ilk
action against nationals or other
belligerent. ' , ' .'
War Helps Collect
Income Tax from
! 1 Americans Abroad
! WASHINGTON, Dec. One effect of
the European war, which Treasury de-
I partment officials are beginning to ap-
, predate, to the opportunity afforded to
i gather accurate lists of Americans living
In Europe, who are subject to the Income
(Continued on Page Four, Column One.)
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Normal temperature 21
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Total excess since March 1 841
Normal precipitation .03 inch
iMfii-im;v lor the day .03 lnrb
Total rsiufali siiua Much 1... .24.43 inches
Def lrlency since March 1 4 ul inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 191J.. t.67 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1X12.. Inches
He rts from Stattoas at T r. M.
Station and Rtate Temp. Hlch. Rota,
of Weather. I p. m. Cat. tail.
Cheyenne, cloudy 14
ravenport. cloudy ......... .3
Denver, clouuy W
les Molnee, cloudy '
Dodxe t'lty, clear U
North JUlte, clear U
Omaha, clear U
Hepirt City, part cloudy.. 43
Vtous City, ciear ...........
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With Larceny While
Sing Sing Prisoner
NEW YORK, Deo. i. The Kings county
grand jury investigation which resulted
In the dismissal of Thomas F. McCormlck
as warden of Sing Sing prison, because
of favors shown by him to David A.
fculllvan, who Is serving a two-yeaf -.sentence
for the part he played In wrecking
the Union bank of Brooklyn, virtually
ended today, with the finding of three
Indictments against Sullivan, charging
him with grand larceny while a prisoner
at Sing Sing prison.
Th alleged offense was eommltted
within the prison walls and consisted of
Sullivan's diversion to his own use of
payments made on a mortgage which. It
charged,, was really the property of
the Union bank.
The' district attorney said that he ex
pected to have Sullivan arraigned soon,
possibly tomorrow, to plead to the three
Go to Work, Others
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. More than 100
pickpockets, unable to make a living by
following their vocation, have turned tem
porarily honest within the latt two months
and have sought work, according to reo
ords made public today by the depart
ment of correction.
"Old-time pickpockets tell us." sold
Deputy Commissioner Lewis, "that by
rifling fifty or sixty pockets a day tnty
can make only tit or so a week. They
used to be able to retire for a month
after picking half a dozen pockets. Folks
haven't been carrying money in their
"Borne of the pickpockets liars turned
gunmen. This may account In part for
th so-called crime wave. If the situa
tion continues, all the pickpockets In the
city probably will go out of business."
The closing session of the Nebraska
Woman suffrage convention yesterday
was given over to adopting working plans
for the next year, although Mrs. Draper!
Smith said that the new board had no
i.,iHit. nAnnH ... . A. .....
ommendation of the treasurer, Mrs. W. b(nnl f hoBOlm ( Amer.
E Hardy Lincoln, that each county pay',,, , abro(lj b to n iMw t
16 per cent of Its apportionment let. year, AnwrlcllB con,u,ate. and thousand, of
to help carry on the coming campaign. ln thw record., of which
m AilnntMl ThA Alii rttintrm all I ... . rr ....
'. McCook an4 Nehawka extended invita
tions for the next convention, but no
action was taken. The constitution com-
FIGHTING HEN ARE
HIDDEN JJROM YIEW
Correspondent of Asiooiated Presa
Tells of Hii Visit to Trenches
of the French.
NO MOVEMENT CAN' BE SEEN
j Handled Choasaad Mew Wlthlta
! ISTnlikt id Still Arm Concealed
la Deest and lasrvnloasly
Consrcted Trenehea. "
IN FLANDERS. Dee. t-CVta Paria,
Dec. . -A visit to the trenches of the
French In Flanders by a correspondent
of the Associated Press tinder the aus
pices of the French general staff, Is
hero described: '
"Standing In the shelter of a wonder
fully Ingenious and deep dug trenches on
what undoubtedly Is the bloodiest battle
field In European history, the first and
most notable Impression of an observer
is one pt utter surprise at the absenoe
of movement and the lack of noise,
Within one's range of vision with a strong
field glass, there are probably eonoealed
100,000 men, yet except for the few French
soldier, with rifles In their hands, stand
ing or kneeling in the Immediate vicinity
and keenly peering over the flat land
toward the position known to be hold by
the Germans, no human presence was
"A staff officer supplied the Informa
tion that behind a slight slope some 200
yards away , many German guns were
hidden front sight,. but only. an occasional
burst of flame and a sharp whirring
sound coming1 from an Indefinite point
told of the presence of this artillery. .
"A little forest to the left Is believed
to bo bristling with machine guns, booked
by Infantry In' rifle pita and ' covered
trenches. The approach tto these posi
tions has ben made almost Impossible
from' the standpoint "of an Infantry attaok
by barbed -wire entanglements strewn
with brush and branches of trea"v '.
Fresh Troops la Reserve, ' " '''
Behind the advance line of the allies,
which thus far has suooeeded in Jioldltur
back the strong" forward movements of
the German troops are large bodies of
fresh reserrets, ready to give their help
In stopping any attempted rush of, the
derm ana for the channel ports.
. Troops cf cavalrymen stand .at the
heads of their, chargers ln neighboring
villages, ready to lump Into the saddle
at a moment's call. Other cavalry regt
menu, owing to the small extent to which
horsemen may be used in this burrow
ing campaign, have ben supplied with
rifles and bayonets, and are taking their
turn In the trenches. In many Instances
they have proved their versatility and
displayed great dash.
The artillerymen, who often have suf
fered severely from tho destructive fire
of shell and shrapnel, have now learned
to seek proper .cover and conceal their
positions, so that hostile airmen rarely
can discern them.
mo income la aivision oi ins i reasury
I department had no knowledge from any
available Information hero. '
! The department has asked . the State
, department for a complete record of such
Man Killed and
vby Snipers at Naco
NACO. Arl., Deo. 4. Snipers in the
trenches of the Mexican combatants
The almost complete stoppage
of news of the war from of
ficial or other sources raised
the Question whether a -censorship
of unusual severity had been put
For several days It has been
Intimated unofficially that an
other great battle ln Belgium
and ' northwestern France was
pending. The forces of the allies
In that region have been strength
ened, and the assumption of su
preme command there by . the
English general, Sir John French, '
was believed to indicate that the
new English army recently sent
to the continent had been scat
tered along the Tser ln Belgium
and in northern France, perhaps
in 'preparation for a great attack.'
Germany has resumed the of
fensive in the east and Is striking
another blow, at Russia.
A new battle has developed
southwest of Loda, where ' the
Germans have formed another
line and are again attempting to
pierce the Russian center,
The German war office state
ment, says that the French have
made repeated attacks in Fland
ers, which were repulsed.
In Alsace, too, the French ap
parently have made a new attack,
The German - statement reports
that an attempted, advance north- '
west of Altalrch, upper Alsace, was ;
beaten back with considerable
' losses for the French. , ' ;
' ' )n the campaign against the
' Russians, Germany asserts that it '
has won a victory in aat Fru$- ;
t sis, inflicting .heavy losses in
checking a Russian advance east1
of the plains of the Masurian 1
TROOPS AT PORT
Fleet of Transport Escorted by
British and French Warships
Arrive! at Antivai.
EAST IS CENTER OF INTEREST!
Outcome of dre&t Battle Raging in
Russian Poland May Determine
Issue of War.
ANOTHER STRUGGLE DEVELOPS
Germans Expected to Make Another
Desperate Effort to Break Way
to English' Channel .
ALLIES MAY TAKE 0FFENSTV3
ITALY'S ACT HEAR
Austria May Regard the Demonstra
tion in Parliament as a
NATION IS READY . TO FIGHT
Refereaea In Presaler'a Sptvrch to
Italy's Jnst Aspirations Takes
to Refer to the Aastriaa
Province, of Treat.
mittea IncludlngMrs. H. H- Wheeler. ' Americans and will use the lists In check- across the line fired Into American ter
V A J , Z v;ov"' 1,!ln up returns made by Americans llv-
J. Doyle and Miss Edith Swain brought ;,n, ,tt tottlKn countries. It was said
In suggestions for changes ln the oonstl- to4ar that It would have taken many
years to oolleot the Information through
tutlon, to be voted upon at the next con
vention. -Among me charurea con- -i-.,.
templated are the abolition of the office
of second auditor and the addition of six I f Tr 1 1
vice presidents, one from tuh mn. I I !rll ISP.T KHT Snlnfi
(Continued on Page Four, Column "Two!)
Dr. Kirby Arraigned
on Per jury Charge
at Grand Island
GRAND ISLtAND, Neb.. Dee. 4. Special
Telegram.) Dr. Kirby of Kearney was ar
raigned before United States Commis
sioner Cloary on the charge of perjury In
connection with the Kearney postoffloe
robbery trial.. ' He waived preliminary
hearing and was bound over to the federal
district court - ' . .
rltory last night and today, killing a
Mexican civilian and wounding a United
States soldier. The man killed was An
tonio Bracemonte, a teamster, who was
shot through the heart while at work In
front of the United States postoffice here.
Private John Miller of the Tenth cav
alry was shot In the thigh today while in
III 1 . V. ... .I. ?. I
in .North Atlantic to be h,t by Mx,can Eien
Aiiiunvmns wis iwvuiyvigMV moA,unB uu
. j this side of the border have been killed
NEW YORK, Doc 1 A report that the' or wounded stnos the fighting at Naoo,
German crutaer Karlsruhe had left South . Sonora, began.
America and was cruising near the
steamship lana ln the North'AUantlc, on
a hunt for ships flying flags of the allies,
was brought here by officers of the
steamer Zacapa, la today from Jamaica.
On Tuesday of last week, while off Port
Antonio, Jamaica, the officers said, the
wireless operator of the Zacapa received
a message from the steamship Banan of
the same line, containing the Informa
tion that the Karlsruhe, bound north, had
Typhoid is Raging
in the Belgian Army
LONDON, Dec. 1-The British medical
officials are : vigorously attacking the
problem of a typhoid outbreak ln the Bel
gian army. Orders have been Issued as
signing a ship for duty as a floating hos
pital In the harbor of Calais.
Major Stedman, who Is In charge of the
anti-typhoid campaign, will select a site
in Calais for an isolation hospital os land.
As soon as possible this equipment will
be suDDlemented br the erection of a
CHICAGO, Dec. t-Postmaster General , numb()l. of ,m-n wateroroof shelters as
Burleson was criticised for "Inviting the Eolation units. The floating hospital will
advice of congressmen relative to the . ba aupplemented by a number of barges.
MntntFaHv. flu. II f lo ttna stf Allfrltiljka tr . . . , ... i i
The Telerraaf savs that anr1 a moniuin inquu y w in r-
jns teirgraai . says mat uenerai von1,,tK t.n..,-r.v,i tf..i I . ...
1 -" . w . ...' ..... . . nrains in.nft(vr luuiir tnu Kmiiuu,
with a view of stamping out the source
of the epidemic.
CIVIL SERVICE LEAGUE
Austrian General Is
, Killed in Battle
AMSTERDAM, Deo; 4 (via London.)
The Telegraaf . says that General ' von
Stutterbfim. commander of an Austrian ; dent w,OIl w&. pralBed for obtalnlnK th.
been killed on aa eastern
From the Front
Full Page in
defeat of legislation which sought to cur
tall the working of civil service, in reso
lutions passed at today's session here of
the National Civil Service Reform league.
Appointment of all employes of the
federal reserve board, without regard to
! civil service, was condemned by a reso
lution which also criticised a bill ex
empting commercial attaches of foreign
ministries froin civil service.
All officers of the league were re
elected. t j
BOOKKEEPER, to take charge of
- small of rice t must be experienced
and furnish god referonnes. Salary
66 to start Kh; excellent chance
Tor further Information ebons
Shis opportttalty, see tfao Want Ad
aecUa of today's Mee.
Tomorrow the Best
The Sunday Dee
RQME, Dec. i Many members of Par
liament Consider the statement of Premier
Salandra in Parliament yesterday,
In which he advised that Italy maintain
its attitude of watchful and armed neu
trality and made a reference to what he
termed the Just aspirations of Italy, to
gether with a demonstration by the mem
bers, means that Italy Is now ready.
Others think that the phrase " of the
premier regarding the aspiration of Italy
was misunderstood and that bo might In
stead have alluded to the exlstanoe of an
Halo Austrian agreement, delimitating
the Italian frontier by the peaceful an
nexation of a portion of the province of
Trent. A few express the fear that Aus
tria may Interpret the events in Par
liament aa a challenge.
A committee of . deputies has been
formed and Its members are endeavoring
to Induce their colleagues to refrain from
speaking on the premier's statement In
order to give the vote of confidence In
the government greater solemnity.
Hudson Gets One
CHICAQO, Dec. 1 A continuance) of a
week was granted today In the case of
Carleton Hudson, . wealthy Chicago real
estate dealer, who was arrested yester
day on the supposition that he was Carle
ton H. Betta, wanted In New York to
answer a twenty-year-old charge of forg
ery and fraud.
Hudson's bond was raised from 11,500
to $5,000. Officers were expected to ar
rive from New Tork today to take him
Gen. Joffre Says His' Artillery Haft
Demonstrated Its Superiority.
BATTLE IN ALSACE 13 EXPECTED
Tnatoaa Will Make Effort Drive)
Preach from Dlspated Pro-rime
Rasalana Have Coat
pletety Invested Cretoerw 1 1
. j ,.
LONDON, Dee, 4,In a tfljipatclt
from Petrograd the correspondent ot
the Central News says:
The battle of Lodi has anded la
success for the Russian troops ac
cording to the Bourse Q&sette,
which adds that great numbers of
German prisoners, cannon and ma
chine guns are being brought into
LONDON, Deo. 4. A dispatch to
the Central News from Berlin says
that according to an unofficial an
nouncement made there a number1
of transports, escorted by British
and French warships, have reached
Antlva'rt, the sola seaport of Mon
tenegro. The Austrian sbipa
guarding the coast are said to bay
retired. before tha newcomers. 1
! Austrisu aeroplanes ara actlra, It
is; stated, 'making disembarkation
from thetraneport nnaaiav . :
;' . , . Raa. Center af laiirer
, LONDON, Dea. 4. A few indirect
references to the visits of Emperor
William and King George to tha re
spective bdttle fronts 'and the activi
ties of, the prince of Wales" In tha
trenches constitute virtually tha en
tire budget of war news which has
reached the British public in the last
twenty-four hours; apart, of course,
from the' unillumlnatlng reports
given out at the French, Russian and
German headquarters of the detail
of the fighting, with Its enormous
toll of killed and wounded, the pub
lie hears nothing.
For the moment the dominating
issue remains in the eastern arena of
the war, where the result ot the great
clash of millions of men In Poland
will go far toward determining the
duration of war, as well aa its char
acter during tha next tew months,
but those more or less behind th
scenes believe they see signs that tha
deceptive interval of retetlva calm
which has marked the operations In
Flanders tor the last few days has
about reached Its limit.
Aaother Oaalnaght Probable.
The present activity or the German
artillery is 'believed to be a orelude to
another formidable' and concentrated on
slaught somewhere on the 'allies' lino.
This line, however. Is belleed by both
British and French experts to have been
made Impregnable since the last German
effort was so nearly successful in ham
mering Its way through.
However this may be, It appears to ba
established that in these recent artillery
duels the allies, have found their heavy
guns capable of overbearing the artillery
of the enemy. .This has been emphasised)
In many of the recent dispatches of Gen-
THREE ARE INDICTED FOR
REVEALING A, P. NEWS
NEW TORK. Dec 4.-H. U Under, a
telegraph operator, attached to the office
' ot the New Tork Oiobe, and two other
fiersons, unnamed, were indicted this
, afternoon on charges of having violated
I section 562 of the penal law by revealing
the contents of a telegraphic message
1 sent out by the Associated Presa Three
j indictments were handed up.
1 Llnder was arrested on November 27
I after he had repeated to the New York
ruews Bureau, s wan street concern, a
prepared message sent to the Globe a
short time previously and ''killed" before
it was printed In that newspaper, pur
porting to tall of the destruction by a
mine of the mythical Russian dread
nought "riiba," ,
(Continued on Page Two, Column Four.i
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