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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, JANUARY
tor re male,
Hons Rolls. ,
Norton, Polk Ltruiied sulTragt
1 for femalp
Reiner, Thomas Board- In
or uie lovm meridian may
H. R. 12. Hn-s.nt Itnorto. n-..i.i
street car companies to pave space between
rails; also etunlr, lruhea each side.
H I! I 'ft lln.r.l rt,..,l T l
I day for drug clerks.
H. R. 336, Thomas, Box Butte Requiring
subflcrlbera to pay for papers whith they
(regularly take out of postofftec. allhouali '
time may have expired. I
QUESTIONS ARE SENT OUT -SrrrS.h,1
I a. nuiir luiji new?-
(From a Staff Correaoondent.) paper advertialns out of ciDfnnp ...ii.i..
I 1.. T -! C ' t TI..1 I must renort linrVr. fni-riinr nr,,,H I
the present car shortage is the result ,, LV.lhm': Butte-l,cl.re.
. , .. D , V , " -"-" i.rrj poiaiin or oilier mm-
ot abnormal conditions which may ral solutions to be enmmon carrier and
Legislative Committee Finds
Conditions Such Not Likely
to Occur Again.
URE REPLY THROWS
BLAME JJPON SMITH
Former Douglas Treasurer
Says State .Official Refused
to Oive Proper Receipts.
MONEY READY WHEN DUE
Child Reconciles Parents in Court Room
not occur again, imposing hardships V1 ,hem undr railway commission juris
on the snippers and the roads them- h. r. 23o. Reneker. Richard-on-An,,,
selves appears to DC ine ieeiing OI nurses or not lna than six months' training
nil jwiiil lUIIIIIllllCi; Ul UIC ICIMdlUIC I . .
which has been appointed to look into
the Situation. H. R. 2m. Xavlor and Thoma-T.rrf .
At a recent niretine of the c omit- fines must have full crews.
... - i h n ii I?!.- ii . , .
ilary of supreme uourt
iv, imi .mum njiiiuvii , . I. OIIUII- I tH l?a .
II. secretary of the State Farmers' J commission department.
levator association, said that Ne- H R Finance c
prlatea $8,0(10 for expena
Of National tlmtni
Fourth and I
Kr-,,l.n hT Ii.. 1 a. prlatea
CdTiArt , ""'""J " wuul incidental to muster out
S4.UW per mile with a valuation per Fifth regimmm
'Pile Of $74,000, which WOUld make an H- H. 3.S4, Mosely. Lancaster Provides
carning.capacity ot about 6 per cent. 1,' . l nfi statutes at con
mnimlttm .- J . .' I c,u,,,on preamit session.
tft VL , l ' .u H. : ft Ub'Sm Ain''- ralby, Taylor
.u o Bani oinpptio tu uic amic ru mcs ior landlord s lien on
nig them, under oath, to give the "SP--- ,,c .
... nnu i.u, nib .muuiit ui uusi- i " void ,-ounty treasurer
.inc.- ,l, I, J . J 4 H. R. 31!7 ni.. ui ,' . . .
count of scarcity of cars and the num- , for mc'' p"-
her of cars w hich would have been H. R. :sg. om. v.n.y ProvidM for ..i.
necessary to handle the shipments ''' nrim.nt station at Cuibrtaon
jropeiiy ine past montns. mi. n
it is said that should the rcrU he ST."..'r :"?.d '
compelled to build cars, or could R Litmbors, An'tiopprovtie
tucy i.uiio nicm in time to relieve diri. 7ri, .z """""" v"
the present condition, that if.er the wP"t 6.oo for
present situation had abated and nor- Rifmr.tii. Knoi Detinm.
inn lunuiuons rciurneo, per cent ,,. as mates to ron
of their ,r,inm. n..A K. :,ll. tra.ra and subcontractors.
(From a Staff Correspondent,
Lincoln. Jan. 22. (Special )--"'Twant
me. it was him." is the drift
of the excuses which County Treas
urer L're of Douglas county gives for
not malfino- rniitfaiii-fc .tn tlt ciqtn
treasurer monthly, in his answer to
the suit filed in the supreme court
by State Treasurer George Hall to
compel the payment bv Ore of the
penalty of $.1,817.91 for failure to
remit the amount due the state each
State Auditor William H. Smith is
tr. hl3m. ,1.. ...i.i.. ....
cording to l're. who sets out that the
comity board told him not to make
remittances unless the state auditor
furnished the proper blanks and a'f-
1 nxcu me proper signatures.
1 ?r cllimc flint ,1ia mn.... ..1
ways ready to be paid when due. hut i
m uic iaLc 01 me laci mai ine re
ceipts returned did not contain the
signature of the state auditor, but 1
ol. a deputy and sometimes a clerk,
and several times made with a com
mon lead pencil, did not make them
legal, and therefore he objected.
State Treasurer Hall then came back
and cair! that I',. t.srt cirr.....!
ply as "treasurer" without specifying
wndi tie was treasurer 01.
Anvfinur 1h millpr ic on n d.-
supreme court for adjudication and
i.A . ...:n j .
im. i",iuuii win ionic uowi; in uuc
! j 1 i
' II ' I I
Will Pass Bill for
( I'" in m ii Staff Correspondent,)
Lincoln. Jan. 22. (Special.) The
orton bill, H. R. 2, which passed the
house last week, providing for a con
stitutional convention, will probably
become a law unless the senate or the
govemop throws a senatorial monkey
wrench or an executive claw hammer
in its way. .
As it appears now the senate will
pass Ihc bill and there is nothing to
indicate that the governor will do
otherwise than sign the same. The
S.iIUmi I! Thiil at the next election of
mc-mlHTM of the legislature there shall It
j MihmiMod to the electors of Ine wtatc the
4iMilnn if llu- calling of a constitutional
I convention (o prtipoao amendments (o lh
i-i.usllHMfcm of thn stale of Neliraska. All
i iiniciulnicnts which such oonmliutlonal con
i v.nilin may propose shall he voted upon
j separately wIumi submitted to the electors
i for HpproVHl or reject Ion.
Section 2 That at sr.ld general election
i tlv proposlllon herein sliall lie submit ted to
. l hi- elot-lnrs of Ihn state upnti tho official
: liallmx tt the following form:
' For the calling of a constitutional eon
j vem Ion tn submit to the electors ametiil-
metits to I tie constitution of Nchraska. (he
j nmei -Imertts to bo voted upon separately."
I "AKHlnat the islllng of a constitutional
convention Hi submit lo the electors amend
mei.ia lo the constitution of Nebraska, the
amendments lo be vnied upon separately,"
H. R. 24B Tnrl 'n .j.
to n.tlon.1 l.,,,,,0. w",cn cn,n"
.c;n r Ke'"-Provldes that
action for rocov.ry of lands and realty may
aft.- h. .v" , '""a ?'
., iwvb accrued.
of their equipment would be idle.
Notes from Beatrice
And Gaae Countv
l.cairice. .rh an ? fisnAM
-The Hlnr nrint, Cm.' Ifl
tor COmnanv held its annual meeting ...-, Trumblc, Sherman Defines do-
at Blue Sorintrs Saturdav and de. hro'r""'"?.."? .m"" drastic
v.aitu a pci etui utviuenu. i ne a .
icnnrtQ of tl, .J Senate Bills
showed that the last year was a most suffr.F.,MiiS'""1'"',. Trk-Prflai equal
nrn.n.rn.,, . .U- b111 Permits Women to VOte fnr
These officers were elected: Presi- .t ""'""" " the
(lent, ."5. A. ft01lth; Vice president, E. L. ",1BM and Adams Provides a
K HwrnKerUis. . ' ??POBlto7 for state funds, on emmum
... vm.ihivmiiiii, 1'iMuici, urui uc lb (is. "
Harpster; secretary-manager, William r. so. Moriarty of rjougiaa Proves for
Leroy F. La Selle, for forty-five enn'sw ..Ll... "' .of luKia Olves
years a resident of Beatrice, died disbud w.T 'L''0 co,lect and
- "v"1' 'W uu -""uiib waier oisinct funds.
Saturday at (US home here. He was L S- F- 2- Morlatry of Douglas Provides
uvm di icudiion, i., in JCHO of death nmgiBiraies in case
came to Beatrice in 1875. He is sur
VlVPfl hV ltC WlHnut an1 Ci v- ehtlHron
Word was received here Saturday
announcing the death of Mrs. Adelia
fcharr, tormerly of this city, which oc
curred at her home in Los Angeles,
rr.1 tn r tl.
v,ni. 'Jiiv wxa lf rCiia UI dKC. 1 DC
ua :n i li.a. .i f
uvuy win uc yruuBiu to iniS Cliy IOr B. F. 88, ChapeH of Kearney-
iniciuiciit ucsmc mat oi ner nuSDanu, aMU allowances of claims and time
the late George Sharr. who died here ed .crfTl,to t present claims against
8. F. B7 .ahnoN r ft
thm . ""'" "i iraijw iroviaes for
nillB vi run as in me state.
S. F. fin R t t. .
registration ot motorcycles and fee to be
V. H3. Thannell of v...n r. .
f.iiti t. rncBse me aisirict of a
S. F. a Ohappeii of Kearney Relates
to order at a in ........ .1 . . .
suspension of execution in mi..,. " "
J' l"1"" of K Relate, to
I ..,"'"-1. r"'"" "' u,cu "CM: estate, from slxtv t f h..
twelve years ago.
Funeral of Johnson
Pinnoop UolH ol- Pnnl nam'
Tecumseh, Neb Jan. 22.-(Special.) TLTtTZ'V,
The ftllipral nf Hpnrv T ivinnctnn duties and Dowers.
who died in a , hospital at Omaha ity,orraiw?v?n,KI,7lallF'"'"
Wednesday was held at thtf family s r. , Monarty of iU,Trprvides
home near Look, Sunday afternoon. for the manner in which municipal taxes
Henry Livingston was born at New Bh5" J ABV,d and ""ected.
Albany Ind. fifty-five years ago. He tJTtm
came to Nebraska with his parents counties havint more than 26,ooo ind less
in 1865, locating in Otoe county, and lhfo.M inhabitants, for register of deeds.
. . . . and In mnnll.. a. ,. . . .
two years later came to trtis county, ,,,, .,,, , . d.p,,
where his father, the late Duncan s. r. n. Moriarty of Dona-las Provides
Livingston, located upon the farm the ,h' or chief of police may issue
son later-acquired. Mr. Livingston vim" 1. ""7.
was married to Miss Laura Blake, a no asses., ,h.i, L "SSZTSS u'nti!
daughter of the late Hon. Palmer "'" oofi f assessment has certified to
Blake of this county, and five chil- CT v '.T
lng. Besides the Wife and children or to purchase any auditorium or real estate
UK T.ivino-ctrm ic enrtriv. k., ..... for public buildlnn.
sisters, Mrs. .Martha WilkinsW Cook rt.r wLt,6con4dm'.0th.Dnr";Pr',vld"
and Mrs. Sarah Hubbard of Lincoln. tTSi VTuufiEXll
Another sister. Mrs. Marir,n nilUn bank.
died in Lincoln about a month ago! Lion oi nnTn."? i'aw relatl," 10
Mr. Livingston was a successful s. p. u, b..i of Custer-Aiiow. railway
farmer and a good citizen and his commission discretionary power over pas
death is a Hitinrt lncc tn Tr,hG. senier rates
, A Doctor t Narrow Escane.
Tecumseh Church Calls Pastor. Geneva. Neb., Jan. 22.-While driv
. vu..., lu, .. ou.,., m8 m nis car to ueneva from Fa r
Ihe members of the conereiratinn mnnt n, Ahi. i
of the Tecumseh Christian church cident by a falling pole. Hundreds of
have - ii 1-1 ft H s fntl tn ilia nf-n..n4. I J l I J .
""Z, ""'U'-'i." , . ' ' -omigt to tne telephone ncs
to Rev. K. b.. Ji anrharrl of VerAnn lh. ,....! At .1 . v
Rev. Mr. Blanchard has accented, has
resigned the charge at Verdon and Give your Want Ad a chance to
...k ...... i....M gou. nun ii in inetJee.
rcuiudij i. x ne newiy-appoiniea
minister was educated at Drake uni
versity, Des Moines, and has been
in the ministry for twenty years. Rev.
C. C. Atwood, who had the charge
nere, nas gone to tinott, la.
Transfer for Motor Cars
Is Provided in Bill
(From ft Staff Correspondent.)
"Lincoln, Jan. 22. (Special.) A
bill was introduced in the legislature
today which provides methods of
transfer for automobiles and other
motor vehicles under certain restric
tions which will protect parties buy
ing machines which may have been
The bill was introduced by Repre
sentative James Auten of Boone
county and is said to have the back
ing of automobile organizations, sher
iffs and other officers. It has met the
approval of the Lincoln Commercial
club as being about the right measure
to stnn thp nle tt ct.!n .
The bill provides for a printed form
of bill of sale which will .k.
make of the car, model and type, en
gine ana cnassis numbers, name and
olace of residence of the rll.r ...i,.
purchased with a statement of all sales
ur iransiers trom the time the car was
The transfer will be recorded with
the county treasurer and a fee of .tl
charged for recording the same, one
fourth as a fee and three-fourths to
go to the county road fund. Failure to
carry out the provisions of the act
will cost the person from $10 to $100
Ihe secretary of state is authorized
to have printed placards containing
the law which sha he :
. - ..uilu ,u every
automobile garage in the state.
Table Rock is Ready to
Begin Drillinq for Oil
Table Rock, Neb., Jan. 22. (Spe
cial (After several weeks of careful
preliminary work of a geological na
ture hv the H tirt ntl man fnM f
bill. Wvo.. the Inratinn of .k.
oil well to be drilled has heromr
known to the general public The
location is nn the MiHor l-,l n t:,.i.
more than a mile, north, and a little
east of town, between the old and new
channels of the Nemaha river. The
rig is a standard one of the heavy
California type of modern style. Mr.
Hurst expects to start with an eight-een-inch
hole, sufficient to go 3,000
icci, ii necessary. ,
County School Heads
, Will Meet for Conference
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Jan. 22. (Special.) State
Superintendent W. H. Clemmons has
sent out letters of invitation to all
county superintendents of the state
for a meetino to he h1H k. ncc
of the state superintendent, January
25 and 26. Almost all the ennntv it.
Derintendenta have artnA ,k-
' - me ,-
Titation and a splendid meeting is anticipated.
MCS DUDIEY E BROWN.
Dudley P. Brown, head of a nianu
facturing corporation, and his wife
have become reconciled as 'a result
of the efforts of their 6-year-old
daughter. The couple appeared in
the supreme court. Mrs. Brown hav
ing procured a writ of habeas corpus
for her daughter, Dudley Brown, ex
plaining that she and her husbarl
had-separated, hut that Brown re
fused to give her the custody of the
little girl, as agreed. While the case
was pjriceediug the little girl took
In Senate and 220 j
In Lower House!
llCrnm a Staff Cnrrnnnnmlont. )
Lincoln Jan. 22. (Special.) Thir-
teen working days have elapsed in the '
house since that body of the legisla- j
ture began its duties and 220 bills
have been introduced. In the senate
ten days have been used and seventy
seven bills have been introduced.
Of the 220 bills introduced ill the
house the twelve Douglas county men
have contributed forty-three in the
thirteen days so far gone.. In the
senate the five Douglas county sena
tors have nut ir. twentv-four nf ihe
seventv-seven bills: Moriartv has in-
rnAaA 11. tl.,..ll U- Unn..A,, :.
Tanner, 2, and Strchlow, 1. This would
make tne average ot ootn nouses a
Kill. o.,aP -n killa l ,uA
which comes very nearly exceeding
tne spcea limit.
her father by the hand and led him
over to her mother and drew their
hands together until they smiled.
Then the couple decided to talk it
over, with the result that the case
was adjourned while they went into
conference. It finally was decided to
let bygones he bygones, drop the
legal proceedings and tackle the
matrimonial harness once more.
for. Your Cold!
Dr. Klne s New Discovery will euro your
cold. it Is antiseptic and aoothlnit, kills
tho cold norms. All drus-glsts. Adv.
Norton Measure Provides
Ballot Boxes for Women
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 22. Separate
ballots and ballot boxes for women
are among the features of the statu
tory equal suffrage bill, backed by the
Nebraska organization devoted to
that. reform, which was introduced in
the lower house of the legislature by
Mr. Norton Monday. The hill per-'
niits women to vote on president, mu
nicipal offices and all others except
those mentioned in Ihe state consti
tution which restricts the right of
suffrage to males.
United States senators and .con
gressmen are not included in the list
of those for whom women may vote,
as they arc mentioned in the Ne
more vexatious as the cost
of foods climbs skyward.
Meat, eggs and vegetables ,l
are almost beyond the fam
ily purse. Happy is the
housewife who knows
Shredded Wheat, its low
cost and its high food value.
A better balanced ration
than meat or eggs and costs
much less. Two Shredded
Wheat Biscuits with milk
or cream make a complete,
perfect meal, supplying all
the. nutriment needed for a
half day's work at a cost of
a few cents. Delicious for
any meal with milk orcream,
or with stewed fruits.
Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y.
proves it 25c at all druggists.;
Baok. - A I
ff 'EJj Sw
las World s Arret sit
MOVIE ACTRESSES AND
Did it ever occur to you that every
movie actress you hac seen has love
ly hair, while the most popular count
their curls as their chief beautv? In
fact, many arc leading ladies just be
cause of their attractive locks. In
quiry among them discloses the fact
that they bring out all the natural
beauty of their hair by careful sham-nooinc-
not with anv coan or tn,t,.
shift, but with a simple mixture by
putting a teaspoonfiil of canthrox
(which they get from the druggist) in
a cup of hot water and applying this
instead of soap. This full cup of
shampoo liquid is enough so it is
easy to apply it to all the hair instead
of just the top of the head. After
its use, the hair dries rapidly with
uniform color. Dandruff, excess oil
and dirt are dissolved and entirely
disappear. The hair is so fluffy that
it looks much heavier than it is, while
its lustre and softness is delightful.
JOHN P. SWALLOW, a pioneer
Nebraskan. died at his residence In
Itnrrharr lust week nt thn sura nf an I
years. He had been a resident ot the
siaic ior nearly nan a century. He
was a member of the Grand Army of
uie rtepuDic ana or tne tNeoraska Plo-
ni-ena' aHnnelntlrtn TTa wan
In the mercantile business much of the
lime and published the Hurt-hard I
Times for several years. He is sur
vived by an aged wife and two I
JOHN DEHM, aged 65 years, died
suddenly at Htrugis, 8. D., Sunday eve
nine nf nnpiimnniii Mo h.H kAan ,
lar-hed tn thp nimrtprm..tnr'. .nn.i.. I
at Fort Meade as an expert wheel-1
wriuni since iai. ne naa no known
Al'cali In Soap
Bad For the Hair
Soap should be used very carefully,
if VOU want to keen vnnr hair
mg its best. Most soaps and prepared
s hnninrms contain too m...-u -it. i:
.,, . ' 7 , "lu" ttllVdll.
I his dries the scalp, makes the hair
in 'inc. ana ruins it.
The best Ihino tor cteirl., .....
,. o , ' l"-ouJ use IS
just ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil
i which is pure and greaseless), and
is better than the most expensive
or auytning else you can use.
One or two i,cnnnt..i.
cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly
Simply moisten the hair with water
aim luo u in. it makes an abundance
of rich, creamy lather, which rinses
out easilv. removing u nn-,:.i.
of dusi. dirt, dandruff and excessive
on. i ne nair dries quickly and evenly
and it leaves the scalp soft, and the
uuc ami siiKy, Dright, lustrous,
lliiffv and easv to mini..
You can i?c! nuiKinn,! o.r..,. :t
" luvu.iui Ull f
at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and It
icw ounces win supply every meni
ner of Ihe family for months. Adv.
Bethlehem's Bid on Shells
for the United States Navy
To the American People:
"lFSl .t,he Navy has awarded contracts' amounting to over $3,000,
000 to a British hirlHor -for 1A ic iu .
., , " projectiles ior tne ss&vy, tor the rea
son that the British firm offered prices very much below those of American
manufacturers, including ourselves.
We know nothing of the basis upon which the British bids were made, but the'
r " 'cu ,uw cis upon wnicn we ourselves bid for this work.
Jr X CODtr:eU ' m1" 4,200 ,4-inch P f
tW .nT (W Pr;m" fr d,Uyed Despite the fact
that all our experience and fac.I.ties have been strained to fulfill these con
tracts, up to now not . .h.H h be., .cc.no by the Gov.r .
althouf h, on th work already dono '
We have expended in wages, materials, etc. . . . $447 g8.
Expended in making tests for the Government '.'.WW 7000
Making our total actual expenditures up to date $52281
And we have not received a SINGLE DOLLAR on these contrf.
Navy Department tests are now so severe that neithpr r
. - ""' far as we.
know, any other manufacturer, have yet been able to produce in quantity 14-
..wft. u..wu MIVI1 Tf III UlCCIf l-IICJIl,
In the light of our experience, and i u .... , . . . . .
shes approximately th, same rate per poJndlhoS hi
DeDartment ant.ua v aanioA i ;-u .k.n , lvdv)
rf v Biien contract one year ago.
CHAS. M. SCHWAB, Chirm.n D a.L 1 1 n s. , '
EUGENE G. GRACE. President DeUlieneiT. OteCI LOmnanV
Pre -Inventory Basement Shoe Sale
Women's, Misses' and Children's $
Dress and Street Sfioes1600 Pairs
WE HAVE gathered together 1,600 pairs . of
Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes all good
Footwear in the lot are many bf the best sell
ers we have. Some of the 1 in PS WP nrp rrmnrr
to discontinue, and in ordef to dispose of them
before stock-taking time, we have put the one
price on them all $1.00 a pair.
800 Pairs of Women's Dress Shoes
They consist of Vici Kid, Patent, Dull Leather and Calfskin. Every pair
made with a "welt" sole. Also Velvet Shoes, in button and lace styles; Cu
ban heels. Sizes up to 7 and a generous assortment in each size.
300 Pairs of Women's Felt Lined Shoes
Have Vici Kid Vamp, with cloth top; patent and plain toes: light, sinerle
sole; sizes from 2y2 to 9. . s
500 Pairs of Misses' and Children's Shoes
White top, red top, nap kid and cloth top. Hand-turned and sewed soles
Lace and button styles. In the turn sole they run up to size 8 and in the
seweu suit; uiey run-irom oyi to Z.
The Balance of the Laces
From Our $2,000 Purchase
A fortunate purchase made from S. Steinfeld &
Co., of 23d Street, New York City.
If you failed to share in the wonderful offerings
on Monday, be sure to come here Tuesday. A splen
did opportunity to save on the most desirable laces
for all uses.
Dainty Lace Flouncings, 12 to 22 inches widen
fine silk and cotton designs
Gold and Silver Run Laces
Net Top Flouncings,, to 27 inches wide J
Net Top Lace Edges, to 16 inches wide. White,)
cream and ecru '
Fine Shadow Lace Edges, white or cream. . . . (
All-Linen Cluny Bands j
Fancy Wash Laces
1ulicu anu r lam ruuunjjs, wnite ana cream.
Filet Vals., Edges arid Insertions to match
French and German Vals., cream and white. . .
Piatt Vals., Bands and Edges
Ecru Cotton Cluny Laces, Bands and Edges.
Edged and Plain Beadings
Main Floor. .
Tuesday Is Taffy Day
Pure, delicious Taffy, in all flavors Strawberry,
Vanilla, Chocolate and Molasses.
Candy for the kiddies as well as the grown-ups.
10c a Pound
Sanitary Napkins, Mon
day, dozen 25c
Large Sanitary Aprons,
White Ivory Dressing
Combs, each igc
Rust-proof Dress Clasps,
J- & P. Coats' Thread,
Fast Colored Wash Edg
ing, bo't 10c
Fast Colored Darning
iuiiun, 'i spools 5C
Best English Twilled
I ape, bolt , 5C
Irish Linen Tape, bolt. .3UC
Real Human Hair Nets,
o ior ac; each iqc
Pure Silk Middy Laces,
Large 25c Bolts of Im
ported Kick-Rack 15c
Shell Hair Pins, 6 in a
Black Jersey Covered
isust rorms, each. I ...89c
Scissors and Shears, all
Wash Braids, all fast
colors, yard 3ygC
Cable Cord, all sizes, yd. 1C
3-in-One Machine Oil,
Wooden Button Molds',' "
all sizes, dozen. 2Yc
Neck Bands, for men's
shirts, each 2V4c
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