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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1915)
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AGED WOMAN TAKES
FIRST RIDE IN AUTO
and Mothers with Careworn Facet
and Hardened Eandi Take Chil
dren to Joyoui Picnic.
TRAINING AGAINST SCISSORS
Charles Cutler Hat All Hit Stable
Practicing Famoui "Steelier"
Hold On Him.
CHICAGO WONDERS AT MATCH
CHICAGO. June (Speolal )-Charley
Cutler sot down to the real earnest work
VOLUNTEERS ARE HOST TO MANY of training this morning .st hli private
Rymnsslum on the north ride and after
Yesterday was the bluest day of trugling for fifty minute on the mat
ih.mr irrnt. nprhsr.. Chrlitmas i wlth hl wrestling mate expressed th
i v . ii i, ... opinion that he would he In great condl-
for several hundred resident! ot , fn hi match July w)th Jo6
naha to whom fortune lias not been e,.her )n omsha.
I Thli match, la a real championship af-
It Was the flay CI me volunteers isir via Known io ps sinruy on me up
of America picnic, a day talked of
and planned tor and Joyously anti
cipated In many a humble home.
Hours before the chartered cars
, were scheduled' to leave for Elmwood
park some were already waiting at
the floor of headquarters, 114 North
And at IS o'clock the bis bulldlna wii
Mothers, they were, mostly mothers
with little children, mothers with care
worn faces and with handa hardened by
toll. Mothers, now. with brlsht looks
as they saw their children happy, cared
for, about to be delighted with a day
of that pleasure that life has denied
Babel f Happy Voles.
The building was a babel of happy
voices. Major and Mrs. F. A. MoCor
mick answered a thousand questions,
and vouns Miss Alios McCormlck and
her chum. Miss Laura lillllnahain,
two animated sunbeams, flitting
snd-up. The betting in Ncbrsska Is re
ported to be heavy at even money, and
Cutler ajrsnts are reported to be actively
at work picking up the farmers' coin in
-The Michlnan ginnt returned a couple
of days ago from his Michigan farm and
j brought his entire camp with him With
; him came Ed Lewis, the Kenturky
! tranKler," who now wrltfhs Kfi pounds;
Joe Geshtout. who has had charge of
Charley's early work, and Earl Caddock,
amateur champion. The party was joined
today by Charley Challenger, known as
the "Mysterious Conductor.", All of
these men worked with. Cutler this morn
ing, giving dim about fifteen minutes
apiece. .. , . . i
To the select few who were permitted
to see ths work It wss quite apparent
that Cutler la devoting all or bis time
snd attention to a. defense for the famous
"body scissors" ' with which Htecher
throws sll of his opponents. All of Cut
ler's mates tried this on the big man In
wera i different forms snd the "Conductor's"
hre I instructions and illustrations of it were
sn4 wMt tk rrsf srrtkbt twe penrwds
of that figure.
DUCKY HOLMES TEAM GETS
PLACE IN GREATER OMAHA
The tiucky lloimn team has entered
the Greater Omaha league, taking the
place of the Towniwnd, which team ha
disbanded. For the first time In the
history the hoard of directors of the
Amateur association met Wednesday
nlnht and did not have a protested geme
RAILROADS HAVE REPAIRED
MOST OF RECENT DAMAGES
According to reports to the railroads,
heavy rains are again full Ins In central
Kansas,- Interfering to some extent with
the movement of trains. In Nebraska,
however, the weather generally Is fine
and much warmer.
The railroads have completed all re-
pnrrs reswHma from the baavy raina lu
Nebraska, and again the trains are mov
ing on regular schedules. .'
John Shearman New
Golf Pro at Seymour
Lake Country Club
John Shesrmsn, brother of STke Shear
man, who was for several years club
maker at the Field cluh. Is to be the new
professions! st the Seymour Lake Coun
try club Khesrman has been professional
at the Hloux City Boat club this summer
and brother Mike Is professional at the
Eloux City Country club. Both Mike and
John are regarded as valuable men in
Flonx City snd John will make a good,
live professional for the Seymour Lak
Read ths Bee Want Ads each day.
and there, pinning on each fortunate
picnicker a button Inscribed "Volunteers
of America Plcnlo." snd with a tiny
American flsg underneath.
Even "Teddy," ths llttls yellow dog
of ths Volunteers, 'circulated" around
among ths crowd, smiling and wagging
his U and trying to keep out of ths
way of people's feet
Ths little old womsn whom you hsv
often seen about ths streets selling
matches sat contentedly on her chair,
ber broomstick cans la on band and
ber basket on ber arm.
And then ths band arrived. Tes, sir,
they had a band. Major McCormlck, In
planning ths picnic, had gone to ths
Omaha Musicians' association band and
asked what they would charge to play.
The Omaha (Musicians' association band
consultsd among thsmselvaa and then
announced to the major that they would
llay for precisely nothing. And there
they vers, fifteen strong, and they
couldn't bav looked finer if John D.
Rockefeller had hired them at a million
dollar a day.
Then up cam ths chartered cars and
a coupla of men tied big banners on
the sides reading "Volunteers of Amer
Hello, what's this? A' big automoblla
pulled, up In front of headquarters and
a llttls old lady sat in ths back seat
Ths little old lady looked just as happy
as could bo. . This ws Mrs. Barrett,
who lives at 181 M street. South Omaha.
She la M year old and had never rid
den in an automobile before. Mrs. Harry
Flcharty was ths driver or ths car aria
Mrs. Ocorg Do an was with her.
Hair Nt Kvsm Cray.
Ths band burst out In a fine tun In
bonor of th llttl eld lady, whll
everybody gathered around to greet bsr
nd wondered how well hs looked and
that her hair wasn't even gray.
Then tame th photographer and vry
body lined up . on th sidewalk for a
picture. At th last minute they brought
out the little match woman and seated
her right In front of ths crowd. Bh
still held ber broomstick, can and. her
After ths picture wss taken the little
match woman wss given a seat tieslds
Mrs. Barrett In th automobile. Bh put
her bs.ket in th bottom of th car.
Another woman with a little girl with
red curls wss seated between th two.
She almost cried with Joy. and chattered
and patted her two aged companions on
the back and helped Mrs Barrett put
her veil over her llttls black bonnet and
tied It under her chin. '
All Are Happy.
By this tuns ths ears were loaded and
very child had either a horn of a flag.
"Dltig-dlng." said th conductor of th
lirst car to th motorman. "Plng-dlng"
. said th motorman, and away they went.
Th others followed while th band In
tlie, front srata of th first csr "boo no-
. boomed" awsy. And ths' automobile
"chug-chugged" up ana whlssed off
with th three hsppieit old ladles In
Omaha on ths back sest
They were all turned loose In Elmwood
psrk. And there wer sack races and
potato races and ball gamea. And ths
food! My, my, it seemed there was no
nd of it ai.d all kinds of It. meats snd
vegetables and lemonade and Ice cream
and rale. And the major In asking th
bleaslttg said they should be thankful
to Ood flret. and they should also bs
thankful to all the good people who had
contributed the food and th (irises
that w ere awarded for ths tames.
particularly good because he has tackled
Stecher and knows pretty much all then
Is to know abort him.
Certainly Cu lsr nevsr looked , better.'
H says hs wjlghs about 230 Pounds and
Scratched and It Would Burn and
Hurt. Spread Larger and Larger.
Used Cutlcura Soap and Oint
ment. In Two Week$"Wellt
Joppa; ni. "I was aanoysd both day
and night by Itching and burning on my leg.
The troubl broke out with a rash something
Uk beat, was raw and began
to get worse. It Itched vary
badly. I would scratch until
th blood would com and then
Ohl how It would bum and
hurt. It began to spread
larger and larger. It would
hurt when my clothing touched
"I tried several remedies, such as
Sal re, " , etc, without success. I had
this troubl about ton months before I
began to us Cutlcura Soap and Ointment.
First I would wash th affected part with
Cutlcura Boap and then apply tb Cutlcura
Ointment. la two months I was completely
well and It ha not returned." (Signed)
Boscoa Taylor, July 9, 1914.
Cutlcura Boap to deans and purtfy and
Cutlcura Ointment to sooths and hal ars
most effective toilet preparations.
Somple Each Free by Mall
With aa-p. Bkln Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Cutleurs, Dept. T, Bee
tea," Bold throughout th world.
All White Enamelware
A special purchase of an entire oar load of very best rrad tripU ooatd
war, whit both laald aad outslds. This goes oa sals Friday moraine- at
about Hth Hs real worth. It's th blggsst snantalwar bargala w av
had for snaay a day.
&OT OHE WOKTK TO 1J.
i na Kettles, 7-
re s e r v 1 n si
KM ties. l-qt..
10-qt. and It-
qt., worth toJ
10 a n d 12-qt..
Dish Pans, 10-qt..
Ifl-qt.. worth ll.Jo.
Hire Boilers, l-qt.
t-qt. and 4-o.t.,
worm to ii.zk.
14-qt. and I f
Coffee Pots, 4-qt,'
complete with cov.
r, 4-qt. 4-qt, I
qt. and 1 u q t
worth to tl.lt.
X.OT TWO WOkTS TO 66o
Preserving Kettles. t-qt. 4-qt. rUnira I Berlin Kettles
Pitchers, 1 snd 4
qt.. worth o.
Preserving Kettles. I-qt. 4-qt. Chnifm l Berlin Kettles, I-qt., t-qt
and 4-qt, worth to 5e. I a.HWK.e I and 4qt worth to (Rc "
Wash Basins, any else, worth L m f ' J ('bombers, small, medium
to He. f f C 1 large.
Covered Pails, and 4-qt., I I JL I Baking Dishes, worth 4o.
worth 6c. ' Mixing Bowls, worth 4o.
l-qt., t-qt and
Any slxs wash basin.
Lipped Bauca Pans, t and
Pudding- Pans, 1 to 4-qU
Milk Pans, 1 to t-qt
WOITH TO 390.
rj.ni'. I Mixing Bowl),
1 r Ia.. i Mixing
t-ot vwti.c Any ,iM p,. PIate,
r Il KAny six or styl
For Quality Good and a Saving of 25 to 50
on iarocertes Try Hay dens Firtt, It Pay
best pur can
48-lb. sacks best high grads Diamond
H Flour nothing finer for bread,
plea or cskes sack $1.60
10 bars Beat-'Etn-AII. Diamond C or
Laundry queen Whit Laundry Soup
7 lb, beat Whit or Tallow Corn
meal for , lo
I lbs. bast Mixed Chiok Feed.... Boo
T lb. Bulk Laundrv Btaroli BSo
The beat Domeatlo Macaroni, Vennl-
telli or Spaghetti, ;g TH
ill or Mustard Sadlnes, can....SVa
Ulb. PH. Corn Starch 40
. O. C. or Krumbla for breakfast.
E. C. Corn Flake, pkg , quality
all cans Alaska Salmon 10
tl-os. Jar Pur Fruit Preserve. BBo
Fancy Queen Olives, quart 3BO
Larg bottlea Worcester Sauce, pur
Tomato Catsup, plcklss assorted
kinds. Prepared Mustard, bottle 9Vto
4 lbs. fancy Japan Rio, loc quality.
for , BS
4 Iba beat Hand Pleked Navy Bean
tor - BSo
f-lb. can fancy Bwt Sugar Corn,
Wax, Btrlng, Oreen or Lima Beans
9)polal Pkg. Loose-Wiles famous
Bunshln Cookies, I varieties in pkg.,
made In Omaha ...Boo
MaoLarsn'a Peanut Butter, lb. It
OoUlen (ianto Coffe, lb 90o
He th special demonstration of
Hetns 57 varieties of Plcklss, Sauces,
Jams. Jellies, etc. Free ssmples.
1.000 lOo loaves California R&isin
Bread to bs given away free 8atur-
day. Watch Friday evening ad.
The Trtable ana fnlt Market for
It lbs. New Potatoes to th peck.BS
It lbs. Old Pots toes to the peck..BOo
4 bunches fresh Beets. Carrot or
Turnip for .Bo
4 bunches fresh Radishes, Onions oJ
Ldiiuco, Tor .....9
new caooage, per id
Fancy Rtpe Tomatoes, lb.,
t large Oreen Peppers . .
S large heads Lettuce .p
sancy wax or ureen Beans, lb.. 74
4 bunches fresh Rhubsrt) , , . 5
Ml up yux Flnappl and Cher
X.arr Juloy Trfmou, dos. . . ,19oBOo
Th Batter, Cbees and Srg Hark
for th Veopl.
Th best .Creamery Butter, carton,
per lb. 90
The best Creamery Butter, bulk, per
pound . '. 98
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Tabla Butter,
per lb S6o
Good Dairy Butter, per lb as
A full line of all kinds of Berries
and Small Fruits for canning. Fresh
1,000 loaves California Batata Broad
to bs given awsy free Saturday.
Mad by Wew Bng-laod Bakery Co.
Watch rrlday night's ppT for
like the Brook
, y vs 'saa r m vra w v wa
d. "It b irjpssible to hold interest b a serial for
1 hftdwrvcf " of mora, said a?y y'iybot
I ottty pirTs rrducer. BstlheiUiysielaiat that
3 Hits iljrtJsias" ssnal fai sad keyaBu uatitstMa,
apublie waa'l U h Slop, th uSmIm ma
wei rtatl stop. I Reev sad Ga4dard, th -
tKer. t t WU s aisch that i ever grew.
I ""T wef aid. sad v U bav he
f Yh ywfa. jo4 rrieads. VtH ssssy wssai mat I Th
f ii ' ii in i liel.ii.silssT In ks rsns.lsrl
)' isyutsirtj-kj tplyxplladi TarUCMbisstioa
i W bifvy warkiac tettnr, sjadsr tb ekrectioa
CHwSSZi im isvi sssss si AaW B. Kaws la'.
THE SUNDAY BEE
Lysagst Shining . .
' Mark for the Nuts
James R. L) saght. ths genial o itslds
representative of th army recruiting sta
tion st Fifteenth snd ttodge streets, de-
clsres thsl his position makrs him a
silnlng mark for all the "nuts."
However, his masterly dlsplomary helps
t-.rn out of many predicaments. Wednes
dsy a larg colored man, bearing a heavy
club, ram up to hlin.
"Ah want protectlln." he said. Lyaght I
spotted him for a nut at' oar. He tola I
s story about people bring "after" him
and trying to "set him."
"Have you told th police?" aakeu I.y
sht. Th colored person hsd, i ut he
said they refused to give him protc.tlon.
Lissght trk-d again.
"Have you been to th sheriff? hs
asKed. No, the colored man hdn' been
'VVell, of course." said Lyasght. with
th air of having found a great miataka,
"yon bav to see th sheriff first, if he
won't do anything, you next go I the
adjutant general. Tliea ws coin. In,
after that. If they haven't given you pro.
Th colored man thanked th repre
sentative of the srruy and seat to hunt)
up tli sheriff.
VJm JF . " '. . " " " f . m
Sks wm " P.uUae " i the " fVUs"
asd shs's "EUia aw, tk steal
fsaaui sad beloved cbarastar vr
enstod. Tk vary aaavs is a bouts-
hold word sll ovr As
nuu uS cast that ks iacluded Arnold Daly. Skeldoa Lswi.
Cmyktoa He, M. W. RaU. Edwia Aidea. c. Hi
acbo is slwsyt clastic, always delightiuL
m uiva a. P3
Daa't Be t'aastlaated.
All kinds of ailments resuit from con
stipation. Pr. King's New Life Pills ire
mlid aad effective. - prevent consilpsllon.
St. All drugglsta Advsrtiment.
storieB by Reve; pictures by PatKe, acenarioa by Goddard, with a ctt that
Included DaJy, Lewia, Peavrl While, Creightan llaJe, Exlwin Ardcn.
Frankly, cttn it b beaten?
TO ALL ELAINE WORSHIPPERS: Writ us what you think of th Llain
pictures. Address Peari White, I. F. S. Co, 226 William St, N. Y.
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A Wonderful Outpouring of Bargains Friday in Our
Twenty-Eighth Anniversary Sale
. . 1""" ' ' ' JT? s nnifnsmt1 r
DON T MISS THE GREAT 5 -Cl7 QH'l 0UK mu UUfflM1 Cf
Bargain Sales in Domestic j
Room. Every offering ex
ROOM will be the "mecha."
All hunters after real bar
gains Friday, come early.
In Domestic Room.
Women's Cotton Hose
Light or medium weight,
black or black with while
feet, regular and odd
sizes. Special bargains,
at. per pair Sy3c
Children's Cotton Hose Both
black and colon, broken lots
of value to 20c per pair. On
sale to close 4 pairs for 25c
Children's Tace HoseBlack
only, broken lots to 26c per
pair values. On sale 4 pairs
Fancy Goods and
Domestic Room Friday
Ladies' Neckwear, 25c to 50c
values at 10
A big sample line of the popu
lar neckwear styles.
200 da. Machine Thread, spool. .2c
10c and 20c Hose Supporters, ladles'
and children's, per pair 5c
Ladies' Belts, snap at. 10c
50c Hair Brushes, at .....25c
6 pkgs. pins, Friday 5c
4 doren Nnrsery pins 5c
10c Embroideries, per yard.... 8 He
In Domestic. Room
$1 Umbrellas, 49c
A big special purchase of
Men's and Ladies' Um
brellas, all perfect, good
rain-proof covers, choice,
at, each 49
Children's Parasols, made
to sell to 25c. two lots,
.at 5 andl0
Ladies' Taffeta Silk
Gloves, made to sell at 50c
a pair, small si7.es to close
Friday, choice, pair 10c
$12.50 and $15.00 Silk Dresses for $3.98
A well-known manufacturer sold us his entire sample lin.
for cash AT 33c ON THE DOLLAR. Friday the entire
stock goes on sale in Domestic Room at one price. Crepe dt
Chine and Mescaline Dresses, Silk, Pongee and Poplin
Dreses in late designs, and all newest
colorings, $12.50 and $15.00 values,
viij-,trLj cum a vMii
49c Long Klmonas 25c
76c and $1 Waists, at 25c
New Wash Dresses to $3.00
values. Friday, at $1.25
$4.00 Dress Skirts $1.98
Wash Dresses and Skirts, soiled,
.to $1.00 value. Choice 05c
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES.
49c values, sizes 4 to 12 years.
Choice, each 25c
Many other splendid specials.
Boys' $2.95 Suits
Knickerbocker Suits (or boys, ages, 6 to 16 years,
blue, gray and brown colors, well made and the
best styles. These suits are on sals Friday and
Saturday in the Domestic Room, at $1.05
Boy's $1.25 Play Suits . 75c Indian Suits of
khaki cloth, trimmed with red fringe, fast color,
seven-feather head gear; slies 4 to 12 years. On
sale Friday and Saturday In Domestic room at .
only ; 75o
Domestic - Room Clothing Sale.
Men's $1.50 Khaki Trousers, $1.00 Dark shade,
good wetghl khaki, made with belt loops and
cuff or plain bottom, welt seams. All slses 27
to 44 waist. On sale Friday and Saturday, at.$l
Men's $18.00 Blue Serge Suits, $8.50 Men's and
Young Men 'a Serge suits, made from the cele
brated Oswego pur dye serge, hand-tailored and
band finished. Slses from 34 to 44, 2 or 3-but-ton
models. On sale Friday and Saturday, at,
Old Fashioned Bargain
Domestic Room Bales.
8,000 yards Printed Momle weave, dress voile, 28
Inches wide, dainty figured florals, buds, etc., on
white grounds. Made to sell at 12 He, sale price
per yard 5c
2,800 yards Novelty Printed, lawn and voile, 27
to 86-Inch widths. All In mill remnant lengths.
Sale price, per yard . 3)sc
3,500 yards fast color Apron check, "Trossoch
Brand," none better at 6c. Sale price, per yard,
only. . 394c
6,000 yards White Cambric Muslin "Pure Bleach,'
yard wide, high grade quality. Made to sell at
lOo. Sale price, per yard. . ,..6J,c
1,500 yards 10-4 width Bleached Sheeting, stand
ard 28o quality. On sale, at, per yard. . . .10 He
1,000 Bed Sheets, 72 and 81x90 site. 3-lnch
hemmed end, 69o to 69c values. On sale, each. 50c
260 ,Bed Spreads, "Elgin Brand," full size, crochet
"quality spreads," actual value, $1.35. On sale,
at, each 05c
3,000 yards 40-inch Novelty Printed and Stripe
Voile, "all 1916 designs." slightly imperfect, 26c
grade. On sale, at per yard 12 He
In Trunk Department
$4.50 surr cases $2,05.
Genuine Cowhide Suit Cases,
ateel frame, linen lined, with
shirt fold. Snap at .$2.05
Matting and Fiber Suit Cases
76o values, strong and
serviceable. On sale, at . . 45c
In Domestic Room
MEN'S 50c UNION SUITS
Good quality, ribbed or plain.
In all sizes. On sale, at. ,85c
Men's Undershirt and Draw
ers Balbrlggan or mesh,
atces 34 to 46, per garment,
at , c
Men's 25c Neckties, in boas
and four-in-hands, at choice,
Man's 10c socks, pair .5c
In Domestic Room
Gowns and Combination Suits,
to $1.00 values, in good qual
ity nainsooks and cambrics,
well made, generously pro
portioned, on sale 39?
35c Knit Union Suits', good
quality cotton, all sizes, lace
- trimmed, on sale at 19
Women's Lisle Vests, in ail
sizes, snap Friday, at . . 10
Children's Union Suits, alt
sizes, choice, Friday . . . 19
Summer Shirts to $2 Val
ues 69c and 35c.
Madras, Percales, Pon
gees, Penangs and Silk
and Mercerized fabrics,
newest patterns and
Men's Guaranteed Hose
6 pairs Guaranteed to wear 6
months, for 60c
25c Soft Collars...! 5c
26c Wash Ties, at. ..... .12 He
75c Initial Belts. ........ .49c
25c Fiber Silk Hose 10c
made to 6ell to
$7.50, on sale at . . .
200 pretty hats for selec
tion, in'biack, white and
colors, trimmed with
Ostrich, Ribbons, Flowers,
etc., an immense assort
ment for your selection.
Every Hat k rare bargain.
Choice of the House Sale
f'f2ioo Trimmed Hats
TWO MORE DAYS FRIDAY
Hundreds of beautiful hats for your
selection. No two alike. A broad
assortment of classy shapes, rang
ing from the extremely large sailors
to the close fitting turban effects.
Never in the history of Omaha mer
chandising were more delightful
millinery bargains offered.
i . ....
Four Rousing Anniversary Silk Specials Friday
Remnants of Plain and Novelty Silks to 59c per yard
values, length sufficient for skirts, waisi or aress.
Friday, at, per yard , . . . .2c
All Silk Crepe-de-Chlne and Canton Silk Crepes, in
printed effects, also silk poplins. 40 Inches wide,
to $2 per yard values, at, per yard .0c
Silk Poplins and Wash Silks 36 Inches wide in the
best selling colors, Including imported Jap Wash
Silks, at per yard ...,68c
Yard-Wide Black Dress Taffeta chiffon finish, also
Peau de Soies and Mescalines. Very superior val
ues, st. per yard 88c
In Domestic Room.
Toilet Goods Specials
S bars Ivory Sosp 10e
10c bar Jap Rose or Palm-
35c Jar Cold Cream. ) 15c
86c pkg. Rice Face Powder.l5c
25c Williams' Talcum Powder,
10c and 15c Toilet soap, spe
cial. 3 for at
tic can I .a Dansant Talcum. IS
toe Ktc Kac Powder. Imoorii.
at. only -SS
tOc 'sr r'erfunwd Bath Balt..S
Iak Vra Chamois S
Aa saaay etas specials.
Linens, Towels, Sheet and Pillow Cases
Main White Section.
1.500 Bath Towels, the large, heavy, well made kind, in all white
or with colored borders. Superior towel values, at, each
200 doaea "Two-Thread" pure White Huck Towels Will out-wear
any other eotton to el made at lic. This lot, 17x34 size, at. per
American Mode -Tab Damask, 70 Inchea aide, best 76c quality.
Sale price, per yard 48c
Bed Sheets, 72x90 stse, patent center aeam, good quality sheeting.
On sal, each... ;.T ttc
Pillow Cases Hemstitched or scalloped, made "right way of the
goods." best 26c vslues, each .ittc
Bed Spread, full site, hemmed, summer weight, satin stripe pat
tern. Actual value. $3.00, each ,...ta.bW
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