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TIIE BEK: OMAHA." WKDNESlUV. MAY l!. l!l.".
State Board of Assessment Does Not
Change Figures of Last Year
for Taxation Purposes.
TAX COMMISSIONERS HAVE SAY
(from a Stiff Correspondent)
LINCOLN. May IS. (Special Aaeesa
mfttts on railroad property will remain
the earns tl.ii year as last, the State
Board of Assessmont deciding today after
Tax Commissioner R. D. Pollard of the
Burlington, and Tax Commissioner A. W.
Sorlbner of the Union Taclfic had been
called to discuss Intangible values as
made by the last board.
A condition existing- In the assessment
of the railroads which In the minds of
the tax commissioners is unfair to the
roads. They are assessed on everything
the roads own. and then on top of M all
are assessed on what Is called an in
tangible valuation for the benefit of
cities and villages. This intsnaible value
la supposed to cover the rolling stock,
but tha assessment made In many In
stances covers more than the valuation
placed upon all the property of the com
pany, they say.
For Instance In the town of Franklin,
tha home of State Treasurer Hall, a
member of the board of assessment. Tax
Commissioner Pollard says the entire
valuation of the road In 1914 is placed
at about 17,600, as reported by the com
pany. The county assessor assessed the
read at tha same figures .and then the
atata board added over $8,000 as intangible
Instance front Fairmont.
In tha town of Fairmont the assessed
valuation of tha roa dwas put in at
S18M. Tha county assessor made the
amount an even 114.965, but when the
matter came to the State Board of As
sessment it assessed tha "intangible"
property at $15,208 In addition to the as
sessor figures. In the minds of the
tax commissioners this Is unfair and Is
simply a donation of the road to the
village, a there la nothing ' tangible to
assess except the rolling stock.
What is true of these towns is true
throughout the state in most of the
towns, to a greater or lesser degree, they
No Inflation, They Insist.
Governor Morehead objected to the
methods of the roads in placing inflated
valuations upon their stock for the pur
pose, of selling bonds of tha company,
but Commissioners Scribner and Pollard
explained that tha Burlington and Union
Paolflo did not have that condition ex
isting in their stocks, and produced fig
urea which, they said, showed that what
might be true of some other roads. Is
not true of thee two.
The valuations this year will be the
same as last year and the total valua
tion rlll be tha same except in Instances
where there has been an Increase in
mileage. Tha assessment last year was:
U. P. ....
1.SLS.1T . 14.666.W l(Mfc,lJ
8, '.NO. 00
.. 304. TS
Rock Island. 246.63
St. J. O. L. 1U61
Om. B. T..' LSI
Om. A B. Int. M
Om. U a B. Ill
MIL St. P
0.4L.RL. . 13
111. Cent. ... ....
Wabash ...... ....
Totals Z.1S1.46 $ s.050.48 $a6.46,074.66
DISTRICT COURT SITS
IN MADISON COUNTY
MADISON, Neb.. Mar 18. (Special
District court convened at 1 o'clock Mon
day, It being tha regular Mar term. Judge
Welch presiding. After the preliminary
work or assigning the docket waa com
Pleted, a grand Jury consisting of Ernest
Haaae, Samuel J. Horrocks, Will Harlow,
J. W. Harding, 6am Kent. Charles Hol
low, Joe Maas, George Marsh, O. C,
Mayhew, H. J. Morris, C. A. Randall,
LaRor Munger, 8. H. Raymond, A. "B
Robinson, W. J. Stafford, Fred Tegeler
waa Impanelled. C. A. Randall waa ap
pointed foreman. Twelve witnesses for
tha grand Jury reported and six were
mvom and appeared. (
Sean Nelson. Glataf Nits. Richard
Peter, William Hulls and Peter Bah risen
were given naturalisation papers. Appli
cations of Phillip Fruhoff and Jacob
Peterson were dismissed.
The caaa of Olln M. Mayfield against
the city of Norfolk was dismissed for
want of prosecution on account of fail
ure to comply with order of the court
to make petition mora specific.
Home Savings bank against NlchoUl
Fullaas et al., decree of foreclosure Jor
$1,869 waa granted.
Cora A. Bingham was granted a divorce
flora her husband, Glenn A. Bingham.
Burr Taft et al. against city of Norfolk,
injunction in eewer district tax. Judg
ment of dismissal waa entered at plain
tiffs costs. May M. Sewell was granted
a divorce ftom Walter M. Sewell, also
judgment against defendant for costs and
$7& plaintiffs attorney fees. Einma B.
Root waa allowed a divorce from Joseph
I Root, custody of the children, defend-
ant to pay costs and $00 attorneys' tees
for plaintiff. Sarah M. Gano was arsnted
a divorce from James T. Gano.
.Notes fro in Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb.. May la.-(tpcc:al.) .
A. B. Prindle, for the last to year,
physical director of the Beatrice Young
Men's Christian association, yes'erday
resigned his position and will leave June
1 for Pueblo. Colo., where he will orsuma
charge of the association at that plsce.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schlndler, pioneer
rtsldent. of Lost rice, Sunday celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary at their
homo In tl-ls city. They were marricj in
Germany May 16, 165.
Charles McColrry of South Beatrice
broke hi" right arm near the wrist yes
terday while cranking his a itomohllc.
Jsmea Waxliam. a resident of Gag
county for nearly thirty years and a civil
war veteran, died this morning at a local
hospital aged 77 years. He is survived
t y one son, William Waxhara of this city.
His wife passed away years ago.
Tha Baa Want Ada Are Best Business
Sam Howell Asks
The Rail Board
For His 58 Cents
i From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May IX. (Special.) A con
troversy involving M cents wss held be
fore the State Railway commission this
afternoon. A complaint was filed by Bam
J. Howell of PaplHion alleging that the
Omaha-Lincoln Power nnd Klcctrlc com
pany, which runs an Intertirhnn roal be
tween Omaha and Psi'llllon. hsi sold
him a book containing a certain number
of tickets which were to be used within
a certain date. As !t happened the line
was tied up by the sno snowstorms three
days last February and unsbln to run
cars. At the expiration of the month
Howell hnd five round-trln tickets left
In Ills book and he demanded that the
company give Mm some more to take
their place. The company offered him
( three round-trip ticket, the same number
inai naa necn given lo oiner pasenarers
who lost out on account of the snows,
but he refused to accept.
The value of a round trip ticket If
bought In look form Is C9 cents. The
round trip If paid each time Is 50 cents.
Among other things Howell wants the
commission to make a rate for the com
pany between PapllHon and Forty-fourth
and Q streets, but, presented no evidence.
He admitted that he "didn't know noth
ing very much about conducting a hear
ing" and waa informed br Commissioner
Hall that it was always necessary In
making a complaint to present some evi
dence. There not being any evidence regard
ing other things. Mr. Howell wanted be
sides his 68 cents. Commissioner Hall de-
Uclared the hearing at a close.
Omaha Sure of Next
Meet of Physicians
HA8TTN0S, Neb., May 18. (Special
Telegram.) With close to 200 delegates
In attendanoe the forty-seventh annual
convention of the Nebraska State Medical
society opened here today. President
Gtlligan at the business session of the
house of delegates, appointed a nominat
ing committee, which Is expected to
propose candidates for association of
It la practically assured that Omaha
will get the next convention. The doc
tor were welcomed by Mayor Madgett,
and response waa made by President
Gllltgan. Tonight a public meeting waa
held, devoted -to the discussion of hy
giene, sanitation and diet.
Foot of Snow Out
In Cheyenne County
SIDNEY, Neb.. My 18. -(Special Tele
gram.) An unprecedented snowstorm un
known to the oldest inhabitant began here
this morning, covering Cheyenne county
with twelve inchea during the night.
This means an enormous crop of winter
wheat, already being from fifteen to
twenty lnohea high. Cattle and horses
are out of danger as tb farmers gam
rally have plenty of feed. " j j
Thera is no- abatement tot tha snow and
present indications are that It wffi con
tinue all night
G. A. E. Commander
KHARNET. Neb., May .-(Spoclal
Telegram.) National Commander Pal
mer of tha rGand Army of the Repub
plo, addressed the students of the state
normal in Kearney today, driving over
from Minden, where the state encamp
ment Is in progress. Colonel Tarn Majors
of Peru accompanied the commander and!
introduced tha speaker. "Patriotism"
was dwelt upon at some length by tha
CLUB DIRECTORS MEET
SUPERIOR. Neb.. May H.-(SpeclaJ
Telegram.) Tha directors of the Su
perior Commercial club met last night
and arranged committees for the coming
It la the Intention of the club to rent
a suite of rooms for club purposes. An
old-fashioned celebration July B waa de
cided on. John Kohr, chairman of tha
amusement committee of the club, is to
have charge of the concessions and the
Ernest Bossemeycr was elected corres
ponding secretry of the' club.
J. J. ANSELMO IS
KILLED IN RUNAWAY
ANSELMO, Neb.. May 18.-fSpeclul Tel
egram.) James Judge Anaelmo liie at
Whitman this morning as a result of In
juries received in a runaway last night.
He left here yesterday to visit a ton
living near Whitman, and the accident
occurred on the way out. He was one
of the oldest residents of C"tcr county,
coming here In early cowboy ydays. Ho
leaves a number of grown ons and
daughters. The body will be brought
here for burial.
ews .Notes of Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb. May It. (Special
lelegTam.) The Ledger general store at
' Plekrell, this county, was robbed cf a
jouantity of cutlery and merchandise lst
Jr.lKht. There is no clue to the ro" i.ery.
Oscar Draper, t harged with stealing
sixteen cases of eggi from Swift and
Company here, and Charles Perkins, held
for raising a check from $!.5i) to JSS.'Ki,
pleaded guilty this afternoon cetore
Judge Pemberton and were psrol-d to
the sheriff and probation officer.
A cold rain has been falling h?rc all
i ay an dtonlght the temperature has
fallen almost to the freexlng point. The
moisture waa bidly needed and will off
set damage done by thf cold.
vlehrntes tlandreth Hlrthdnr.
."TJLI.A. Xch.. Mav 18 -igpei-lah-Sout'nwenern
N'ebrarks claims a cen
tenarian for on Monday iand:iH Welmer
celebrated her one hundcedth birthday
wlth a family party ot the l.nnie of Mr.
isnd Mrs. I'snlel S. Welmer In Brown-
vllle. She wss bom In Ohio and married
at the aas of 21 ye;irs. Hh came to Ne
braska and entered a homestead In Cus
ter county at the age of 70 years. She Is
the mother of three children, two of
whom are living. Fhe has ten grand
children, eighteen great-grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Be Wast Ads Produce Results.
BRIAN FROM PLACE
Candidates for Insurance Commis
sioner Actively Wage Contest
for Job at Lincoln.
APPOINTMENT IS EXPECTED S00F
it'roni a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. May 18. (Special.) The j
Stale Insurance board probably will select j
a successor to Insurance Commissioner,
lAwson O. Brian before the first of next
month. It In possible. Mr. Brian may
succeed. Attorney General Reed will
leave June 1 for Chlcngo on business con- I
nectod wllh the state and the select-on
will be made before he leaves.
Governor Morehead, a democrat, Mate
Auditor Smith, nnother democrat, and
Attorney General Reed, a democrat, com
pose the board. Mr. Brian Is a repub
lican. Some lively hustling for the place is
going on among democrats, some of the
aspirants- being Harry M. Boydstou 6f
Lincoln, Ed A. Ages of Waterloo, Frank
Wnlsh of Omaha, K. A. Becker of Lin
coln, M. G. Radcllffe of Benkelman. Some
mention has been made of .1. II. Rroady
of Lincoln. It Is well known that Mr.
Brian would not objei t to continuing in
his present position.
Itonrri Itrnlea llnute thenac.
The State Railway commission has I
denied the contention of objectors to the
extentlon of a line of the Lincoln Street
railway down Sixth street from M to O,
holding that the extension Is a ftwltch
and that the board has authority to
order ln switches when In the Interests
of public convenience one Is needed. The
extension or switch would simply take
a part of the cars off of the line by the
Llndell hotel, which Joins the O street
line and Thlrtenth and routo them
straight down Sixteenth by the Orpheum
theater and the Victoria hotel.
Many Want Mntnte.
Orders for copies of the statues are
already coming in to the secretary of
state, an order from the county clerk
of Franklin for thlrten copies with the
money for the money for the same and
also for twenty-five copies of the session
laws being received this morning. No
new statutes will be printed this year,
about 1.500 of the old remaining.
Thomas to Deliver Addreaaea.
County Superintendent Thomas will de
liver the commencement address to the
Cedar Bluffs High school Wednesday
. Tk.. .nln wilt n
to Emer for a like address. On Friday
evening he will deliver the commence
ment address at Brunlng. His time will
be fully occupied - for the rest of the
month In tommencement addresses for
Nebraska high school..' ',
Phone Rate Ratae Denied.
The application of the Surprle Tsele-
phone company, which Includes nine ex
changes, to raise rates from $1 to $1.60
and apply a county esrvlce In Butler
county was denied by the Railway com
'.' Barrett May Be Candidate.
Representative John C. , Barrett of
Omaha wa am oallar at tha state houes
this morning. He said he was here on
legal business. It has been Intimated,
though denied, that Mr. Barrett delsgna
to run for some state office, possibly that
of lieuteant governor.'
Omaha Men Seek Contract.
William Kennedy, representing the Mis
souri Valley Marble and Tile company of
Omaha, with T. J. Dougherty and Ed J.
O'Neill, war callers on the Board of oCn-
trot this morning to secure a chance to
put ln interior marble In some of the
state building now being put up by the
board. They were introduced to tha
board by Representative John Barrett of
Marrlaare License to Oanahaa.
A marriage license was .issued yester
day afternoon at the county court house
to Charles B. Johnato nof Minneapolis,
Mln., age 36, adn Josephine E. Pardoe
of Omaha, ago 2.
Riprest' Companies Matt Pay.
Express companies will be required to
pay the state occupation tax under the
Smith occupation' tax' law .according to
an opinion of Attorney General Reed this
afternoon. The Smith law called for a
state tax of $ par cent upon the earn
ings of the express companies.
The companies contended that If they
had to pay a state occupation tax thry
ought not to be required to pay a city
or vlllagft occupation tax in addition.
The Ada.ns Express company paid the
tax the first year after the law was
passed, but outside of that no tax haa
been paid in. The attorney general holds
that they must pay the tax of the state
as well as of the municipality.
Avset Man Dies la Germany.
AVOCA. Neb.. May 18.-4Speclal) Word
haa been received here of the death of
Oswald Baler, whose death occurred
about thirty dnys ago In Germany. Mr.
Baler was an old resident of this vicinity,
having resided nesr this cty for a num
ber of years. He left for Germany last
summer. Several children survive him. .
An Easy Way to Get
Fat and Be Strong
The trouble with most thin folfcs who
wish to gain u eight is thai they insist
on dr'iKgmg their stomach or stuffing It
with grcavy foods; t'lih.ng on Heelers
"flesh creams." or following some fpo!
tsh physical culture nt int. while tue lefll
cause o: thinness gues vr.touchfd. You
cannot get fat until your digestive trsrt
fisslinilaies the food von est.
Thanks to a i einai'kahle new stientific
d'stowrv, it is now poss'bl In combine
into simple form the very elements nerd.
hy the digeialve organs to hsip tliem
convert luot into rich. fst-la1ei b'oou.
Jhis master- stroke of modern '.hciulstry
is called Harol end bus been termed tiiS
freatef. of flesh-bi lliiers. Kargr.l " slm's
.througH its re-generative, re-cunsiruu-tive
powers to con:; il- kluinach .i.hi in
testines to llteially otk up the fatten
ing elements of yo'ir ;ol and paaa them
Into the blood, where they are. carried
to -every starel, hn,l;en-dow n celi and
tissue of your brdy. uu run readily
pictuie the result alu-ii tliik missing
transformation has tfclen pli.ee and you
notice how jour chek fill out. hollows
ahout your u k. ho'ili?rs and outt dis
sppear and yo i take on fiom Q to 20
pounds of S'llid. nesl'hy fWn. Ksrgol
Is absolutely hsrni !'. ',ncprn.!ive, f
f t. lent. Hkhiidii o. oi icI I)n 8
stores and otliei leading di.irg.ita of
Omaha and vMnlty have It and will re
fund your inonrt If you are not satis
f.ed. as per the gusrantee fuund In etery
Csutloat While Sargol has given e
reiU iit results In over oiniug nervous
dyspepsia and general ftomach troubles
it shoul.l -not be taken by those w ho do
not wish to gain tea pounds or more.
AT JREEZING MARK
(Continued from Page One.)
ftngor at a spot on bis map marked
"high" and located In the north Missis
sippi villey, extending up as far as Win
Piper. "That la the cause of this cold snap,"
he said "Monday that 'high' was In
nearly the same poltVn and we figured
on It moving off. Put Instead of doing
so it stayed there and piled up higher."
Snow that be ran falling early this
morning at Ellsworth had at TO a. m.
covered the sirouml and with a high
nortlienul wind hs assumed hllixnrdy
condition. With a freezing temperature
the storm extends from Whitman to the
western boundary of the state.
, nnw In ntr.
Alon(t ,,,, ;;nlon pacific' during the
mornlng tl Bowort about sll
,he wg. fr)W, Grand Island through to
T,,r,mMi Wyo. In most places the snow
mtlM ai fa ,t felli bul ln others
lt rvt tn rrovmd to a depth of an
llM.hi wlth a temperature rsnglng from
J-J to 40 bo e.
Along tlte Northwestern there was snow
and Sleet Most of the way from Valentine
west across .Nebraska and Into Wyoming
ss far '.as Casper, ln many places the
now was one-half Inch deep and with
the stt-ohg wind blowing from the north
west conditions were very bllstardy.
The Burlington reported sno nearly all
the way fnnm Broken Bow to Sheridan,
Wyo., with from one-half to an Inch over
a large portion of the country tributary
to the line, f-colt a Bluff. Alliance. Bridge
port, Broken Bow. Curtis. Madrid, ft.
Paul. Loup City. Pauline, Grand Island,
Aurora, Palmer, Greeley Center and Erlc-
"n reported temperatures of freezing and
Market gardeners in the city from the
bottoms around and above Florence, all
reported a damaging frost, most of them
asserting that it was a hard freese,
completely destroying plants and vege
tables thst were up and In the open.
Early - corn that waa up waa troxen
solid to the ground, and this was true
with reference to tomato, cabbage and
other tender plants.
The gardeners coming from Council
Bluffs asserted that In the hills on the
Iowa side of the river, ice formed to a
thickness of one-fourth of an Inch. Many
of them are of the opinion that the freese
has destroyed about everything- in the
fruit line, with the possible exception' of
cherries. currants and strawberries.
These fruits ore so far along that It Is
the opinion that the freeze will not In
jure them materially. The apple crop, it
..asserted, is gone. The buds had set
and were Just at the stage where they
could not withstand the severe cold. Tha
same Is true with reference to the
peaches and pears, and It la believed tha
clop completely destroyed.
Rnln and Know In Michigan.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., May 11-Raln
and light snow during the early morning
hours Is believed to have saved western
Michigan's fruit belt from serious dam
age by frost last night. Snow fell In
Muskegon. Jackson, this city and several
other points. It soon changed to rain,
however, and hope was expressed today
that tha growing crops In most districts
would survive. '
News Notes of Plattansoath.
PLATTSMOL'TH. Neb.. May ll-MBps.
clal.) Attorneys Palmer. "Taylor and
I aimer have file, da petition In the Cass
county, district court ask! ng judgment for
Nils John Carlson in the sum of ll.MO
gainst the Missouri Pacific Railway
company for injuries received while
vorklng for the company as a carpenter
n the terminal round house.
John Richardson, ferryman a tha Bur
lington bridge, yesterday received a tele
phone message asking him to go to an
Island eight miles south and get two
6c aNDERBILT 2ofcf
(Uturtti-ytZtrdi XW east alrfZri CjUinuM.
ilEW YORK. CIT Y
An Ideal Hotel with an Ideal Situation
WALTON H. MARSHALL. Manager
i?"' j h If HA" .1
By reason of the extensive improvement work
which has recently been completed, resulting
in a better, smoother track, the Frisco an
nounces schedules as follows, effective Sunday,
Leave Kansat City
Arrive' Oklahoma City
The train equipment is as good as the running time:
electric lighted coaches and chair cars and drawing
room sleepers. Fred Harvey meals. The roadbed haa
been thoroughly overhauled, and is in tiptop shape.
Detailed information and sleeping- car reservation
may bs had by writing, telephoning or calling upon
J. C Lovrien, Division Passenger Agent,
09 Weldheias Building, Kansas City
men marooned there, who fatd they
started down the Missouri river from
Omaha In a raotorboat last Frldav and
were unable to get It back Into the river.
It waa found that the boat belonged to
,'ohn Iverson of this city and had been
John Maurer, a blacksmith, accidentally
lad an arm broken In two places.
lews Xtta af Harvard. j
HARVARD. Neb., May 1tJnecal
Telegram.) Edward 11. Plfleld fell from j
a windmill at his home In Eldorado Sat- !
urdav afternoon, sustaining a fracture of -the
right arm at the wrtst Gangrene '
appeared and In spite of several op- I
eratlomt, the patient may not survive.
Cold weather has prevailed for three j
days. Yesterday morning there w as .
heavy frost. Today much snow fell. !
Stephen V. Phelps, a former resident j
of Harvard and an old settler In Clay j
t-uunvv, nnn nis nonir near irumoiin,
died at a Hastings sanitarium Monday
morning, following an operation for gall
stones, aged M years.
wa otja f Kdaar.
EDGAR, Neb., May 18. (Special.) Tha
P. E. O. entertained the others of Etfgar
yesterday afternoon at the home of Mre.
C. A. Voorheea.
Pete Wise haa bought the barber shop
of Ray Foy.
M. E. Lowrey has leased the Horhrltner
brick block and will put In a large stock 1
of goods. I
Rain fell last night and early this
morning, there waa a little sleet. Insect
pests have been numerous and farmers
and gardenera are making a strong ef
fort to overcome them. A good lain Is
CENTRAL C1TT. Neb.. May t8.-(Spe-citl
Telegram.) In county court. Charles I
Winner and Charles Moulton were bound i
over fb district court under $"00 bonds by I
County Judge Patricks Heaton on charge !
of breaking In the home of John Stiles, I
Union Pacific bridge watchman, two j
miles southeast of Central City, and ,
stealing numerous articles. On an at
tempt to make their escape they were
caught noar Hordville. District court
will convene next Monday. May 84.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Finds Man to Watch
for Tom M'Govern
Over at the court house keeplnr their
eagle eyes peeled on the vsultjn which I
ara stored the Drecious ballots of the last
election are two watchmen employed by j
Walter Jardlne and Tom JJcGovern. Mr.
McGovern was just a few votes behind
Mr. Jardlne in the count and he haa
orked a recount. Thus are the watchmen
on tha lob to see that no mlsci4ant shall
disturb the ballots before Harley Moor-
head's crew of more or less expert ac
countants hop to the Job.
But Monday night Mr. Jardlne'. watch
man discovered something amiss with
Mr. McGovern's watchman. All wnu not
right, Mr. McGovern's watchman wa.
not alive to hi. dutfes.
So Mr. Jardine's . watchman called Mr.
Jardlne and told him of the hortcomlng.
of his opponent's waiohman. Mr. Jar
dlne Immediately called Mr. McQovtrn.
Mr. Jardlne came down to the court
house on the run. So did Mr. MoGovern.
Then Mr. Jardlne and Mr. McQovern a.
sayed tha roles of , watchmen while 'Mr.
Jardine's watchman hustled out to get
another watchman for Mr. McGovern,
cne who would attend striotly to his
duties and not flirt with the little god
Bacchus at such a crucial time.
With a new watohman on the scene
Mr. Jardlne and' Mr. McGovern retired
to their homes, while a bystander re
marked, "What a difference between this
country and Europe."
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private office; 630 square feet. .. -945.00
322 Choice office Suite, north light, very desirable
for doctors or dentists; waiting room aad two
private offices; S30 square feet. .. .845.00
Suite of three
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locks and other fea
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value at only.......
nice rooms with north light. 270
Sup't.. Room 103.
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