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To Split Teacher
Body In 6 Parts
Document Would Divide State
Association - Into' Six Dis
tricts Teachers to Vote
A committee fleeted by the ex-
ccuiive cpmmwee ot the Nebraska
C . T -1 l
oiaic icacners atsociatiorj has P"Cr
paren a proposed new constitution
which provides for a general asso
ciation and six district associations,
complete local control to be vetted
in each district association and a
plan of co-ordination in the. geerl
The governing body of "The gen
eral association is to be . composed
of delegates from the district asso
ciations, one .delegate to be named
or eacit iuu active members
It is provided that the initiative
and referendum shall be operative,
as a guarantee that the control of
the atfairs of the association is
'VOfcted in the active membership of
, To Maintain Secretary,
Another proposition is to main
tain a paid secretary and to issue
official bulletins which .wilt contain
the policies', programs, principffs
and reports of the association, i
In its report the" spcciaV com
Tnittee states: ' ; .
"This constitution provider for an
organization that will put Nebraska
in line with her neighboring states
of Minnesota, loa, Missouri, Kau
nas and Colorado If' conforms
(omewhat closely to , the constitu
tion of the National Educational
iissociation. Under this asspcla
"tfon any,' committee appointed by
the delegate assembly "will represent
the entire state .and will fpeafc for
, .lOO.fKW to 12.000 members." -
The proposed' new constitution
will ,bc submitted to the members
of the association for ratification at
mi. early date.
li the proposed constitution shall
be adopted by the present member
ship of the association;' it mavTbe
amended by a proposition being of-1
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1920.
Husband Kills War .
Buddy for Love Theft
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Row to Be Aired i
In the Senate
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Question of Promotion and
Transfer of 15,000 Office
Causes for Squabble'' in
Mght'iig through tnc great wat
siac Dy side and continuing their
friendship, cemented bv the horrors
of the treifches, upon their retunf,
George Prattis is'dcad and his "bud
dy, Antonejf rangos, is in jail in San
Francisco awaiting trial for the mur
According to tie San Francisco
police, Frangos killed Prattis when
he discovered the latter hart stolen
hiswife'sNlqve. Mrs. Prangos, it is
said, admitted tha Prattis, an al
leged moonshiner, had won her love.'
The photograph shows Mr's. Fran
cos. - ' .
Bodies of Two Men
Of Oregon ;Apples
fered first by a majority of the Asphyxiation From Charcoal
uumci jjciicvcu 10 nave
" Caused Death n of Men
, Found in Ice Chest. ,
and then it must be ratified by
majority ot the six district' asso
ciations. It will then be subject to
a referendum if at least 10 oer tent
of the members of eaiih of the dis
tnct associations sign a referendum
petition. The members mav simi'
larly exercise the power of. the initia
tive it they wish. 1
Cattlfi Triiftvinfir Ftfl'nrl Ta
Broken Up by Four Arrests
Colorado Springs, Colo., Nov. 24.
Four men, said by the police to be
. members of a band, of cattle thieve,
were arrtsted late today at Fred
Curber s ranch, near Elliott Colo,
Two of them. Fred Ccrber and John
Sandbcrg, wili be charged with cat
tle stealing, while George Porter
and Charles Sandbcrg will - be
charged with butchering the stolen
animals. Jack Gurling, deputy dis
trict attorney, said the hid.es ot seven
head of cattle were dug up by bffi1
crs from the bed of a .ocjr creek
near the houseJ ' , . ;
Man Who Took Leather Bag
Sent to Prison for 5 Years
Five years in the Fort Madison
penitentiary was the sentence givh
Frank Conway KaUtman, "floater,'
in Council Bluffs district court
Tuesday when he pleaded guilty to
stealing a leather bag, valued at
?1S0, containing $50,100 worth of
non-negotiable secu'-kies, belong
ing to F. O. Davis, 706 North Fif
tieth street, Omaha bond and
mortgage broker, September 30.
Hotel Clerks Prepare
For Meeting of Greeters
Oniaha hoteK clerks, members of
the American Greeters association,
met Tuesday nigrtVin the Hotel Co-
nant to discuss the program for scc-J
' ond annual joint meeting of the Ne
"braska and Iowa Greeters, the yNe
braska State Hotel association' and
the Omaha Hotel association, to be
held here December 2 and 3.
More than 200 hotej men are ex
pected to attend this meeting. v
: Jim Vaughn tabbed by ;
v Father-in-Law xin Quarrel
Kenosha, Wis., Nov., 24. Jim
"Hippo" Vaughn, a pitcher for the
Uiicago tubs, was stabbed by his
father-in-law last midnight' during
an argument at the Vaughn home.
He is in a serious condition at (he
City hospitaL ' - ' .
Mayor Visits in Iowa.
T,"ayor and Mrs. Smith have gone
Ji;Greenfield, la., to spend Thanks-
-Bodies of two men were found in
a refrigerator car in the railroad
yards at Eighth and Tones streets
yesterday morning when employes
entered the car. 0 (
The bodies were in the empty ice
compartment and a charcoal burner
pointed to the manndr of their death,
Which, is believed by county inves
tigators .to have been by asphyxi
One of the men, from oaoers found
in his pockets, is believed to be Nick
asu, Salem, O. In his pockets $4.09
was found. Theother man is be
lieved to be Szocs Uiorkon. no ad
dress. '' ' i
Special Investnrator Carv Ford of
tne county attorneys office took
charge of the bodies. The car con
tained apples and had been shipped
to Omaha from Oregon. . '' ; i
Suit Shows Cjty's Demand,
For Malt Syrup and Hops
That there is a bis demand in
Omaha for hops and malt syrap be
came known yesterday when E.
Clemens Host , company of San
Francisco filed suit for $7.04272
against Simon Bros, of Omaha for
alleged nonpayment 'for 1,000 cases
of malt syruo and 2S0 cases of hoos.
The suit was filed in theUnited
States' district court.
Those Ingredients would make a
lot of beer," Federal Pr6hibkion Di
rector Hanley said, "but thire is rio
law against such shipments."
Union Outfitting Co:
Is Offering BIJnkets
and Comforters at
very Low Prices
Special Sale v Prices . Result
From Favorable Market
,The prices are sensationally
low, - abbot ' one-half regular
pnee, ana tne low prices coming
right on the eve of winter, shoald
be attended by hundreds of
It is an opportune time to se
cure Blankets and Comforts of
the finest qualities and materials
at money-saving prices.
The assortment comprises
Blankets of a wide variety, wool,
wool nap and cotton blankets.
The Comforters are 72x!M-inili
sire irta variety of coverings. '
It's just such a Dhenomennl
sale as this which is-convincing
of the" Great Buyine Power of
the Union Outfitting Company.
i"wu vuniun vi uie niga xtent
District," where, as always, you
make your own terms.
Jesse Armstrong 'against
i 'IMvaire Beeieea.
James Rlcketts from Zclda Rlcketts, de
aertion. ( f
Fred C.v Meyer' from Preda ' Meyer,
Allle Hickman from Jesse Hickman,
Bee want ade are business getters.
Bq 'ARTHUR SEARS HENNING.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wlr.
Washington, Nov. 24. A tremen
dous row has nroken nut in the army
over the promotion and transfer of
15,000 officers and is destinedHo be
tired in the senate when the ap
pointments come ' before that body
tor doafirmation. N
About 5,000of these appointment!
are to" fill new positvins created by
the organization act of June 4, 1920,
while the remaining 10,000 are pro
motions to fill vacancies and trans
fers from one arm of the service
' to another, or between the line and
The controversy is raging partic
ularly around the appointment of 34
new general officers, all, chosen bv
selection, many of whom have jump
ed over their seniors - Most of the
officers promoted to be major gen
erals, and brigadier generals are said
19 be favorites -of General Pershing
chairman of the selection board, and
of General March, chiif of staff.
Passes 11 Promotions.
0"e of the officers passed over 11
promotions to the tvnk at major
general, is ling. lien. Uarence B.
Edwards, who commanded thfc New-
England division cariv in the war.
ana' who is regarded :u some quar
ters. as- a Iikelv aoDomtee 23 chief
of staff under thd Hardintf 'admin
istration, Senator Lor.jre ano Vac;
xcsiucui-cicti. vuuuuge are expect
ca to champion the caused of General
Edwards when, ' the appointments
come tetore the senate. '
'The' 11 new maior cenerals. all
of 'whose commissions date from
July, 1920, are James W. McAndrew,
John L. Hines. Henry T. Allen,
David C. Shanks, Adelbert Cronk
hite, George'W. Read. Omar Bundv.
Willam M. Wright. Charles H. Muir,
cahries l. Menoher and William
Of the 23 flew brigadier generals,
13 served under General Persuing
in France. They are: William Las
siter. 53; Harry H. Bandholtz, 56;
Douglas MacArthur. 40; Hatson E.
Ely, 53; Dwight E. Aultman, 48;
Johnson. Hagood. 47; Dennis E.
Nolan, 48; William D. Connor, 46;
Fox Conner, 46; Malin Craig, 45;
Robert C. Davis, 55; Hugh. A.
Drum, 41; and Goe. H. Mosel48.
Law Violation Xharged.
It is being pointed out that all
seven of the last named officers ex
cept William D. Connnr havo hn 1
promoted from the rank of captain
to that ok brigadier general since
the outbreak of the war in 1917.
The army reorganization law,
unner wnicn the promotions were
made,, provided that no man should
be promoted by selection to be a
new general officer until h haH
served 1 years.in the army. It is
charged that this provision of the
I "1 1M Wm0 aM .Ji I 1 f
ui9 in cucii, uccu opemy vio
lated by te special board in the
case ot Lieut. LoL Hugh a Drum,
whose 22 years of service was not
reached until Sentemhpr 21 lQ?n nA
Lieut. Col. George H. Mosely, who
win nor nave served ii years until
February 15. 1921 '.
It is alleged that the action of the
iioara in me cases ot these two of
ficers, at least, amounted tn hnUina
two brigadier generalships open for
inese two young othcers to reach the
required jterm of service ,
Selected on Past Record. - 1
On behalf of Pershing, it is assert,
ed that the younger officers who
have been prornoted over the heads
of the;'r seniors were selectedon the
basis of extraordinarytservice in the
war and that when the senate com
mittee .considers the nominations it
will find the general entirely justi-
ueu in approving tne selections
Cantigny and later commanded a
brigade; Johnson Hagood, chief of
staff of the S. O. S. in Trance; Den
nis E. Nolan, chief intelligence of
ficer in France, and commander of a
field brjgade; Fox Conner, chief of
operations at general headquarters.
Drum was chief of staff f the first
army, and at headquarters was es
pecially praised b General Persh
'Frisco Pete' Held
In Kansas City
Alleged Highjacker Who Eg
reaped From Deputy Sher
. iff Year Ago Arrested.
Omaha police were notified "yes
tcrdayv that Henry "Frisco Pete"
Wagworth, notrious Omaha po
lice character and partner of Dave
Gilinsky, recently sentenced to life
imprisonment in the Michigan peni
tentiary for murder, had leen ar
rested m Kansas City.
"Frisco Pete" and Gilinsky we're
arrested a year, ago for the high
jacking of the home of Gottlieb
Storz and the theft -of several thous
and dollars worth of liquor. , At the
time of the alleged offense the men
are alleged to have represented them
selves as deputy sheriffs.
"Frisco Pete" was arrested
month later by police in a small
.Oklahoma town and was beine re
turned to Omaha by Deputy Sheriff
'Roy Johnson when he made his es
cape from a moving train. Since
that time he has been reported shot
in gun battles with police in New
Orleans and Kansas City. .
Douglas .County Sued for
$50,000 "for 'Autoist's Death
A $50,000 damage suit against
Douglas county for the death of -Everett
A. Weathers on the Dodge
street road on. July 23, 1918, went
to trial yesterday before Federal
WilliamS. Weathers, administra
tor of the estate of Everett Weathers,
alleges that a defective roadbed on
the Dodge street road, 12 miles west
of Omaha, was responsible for an
autorhobile turning over in which
Weathers was riding and resulted in
injuries which caused his death.
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Iowa Constitutional .
f Convention Decided
" Des Moines. Nov. 24. Iowa has
decided in favor of a constitutional
convention by -the vole of 279,660 to
221,763, a majority of more tharrJS.-
00Q, according, to the official count
completed here today.' A total of
501,432 votes was cast on, the ques
united Mates to
aii-c c o r. Starving
Kiddies In Europe
Plans of Eight Relief Organ.
zations to "Feed Starving
Children Announced by
Herbert I-Toover. f
By Tlie Associated Press.
Chicago, Nov. 24. Formal an
nouncement .of the organization of
the European relief council, com
rposed of eight American organiza
tions, was made by Ilerbert Hoover
at a dinner last night. Continuation
01 American support in feeding the
undernourished peoples o Europe
was urged by Mr. Hoover, who will
act as chairman of Jhe council. The
cmner, tendered vBy Howard B.
Jackson, formerly vice president of
the United States Grain corporation,
was attended by 300 Chicagoans.
The council consists of the Amer
ican Relief administration. Ameri
can Red Cross, American Friends
service committee (Quakers), Jew
isn joint .Distribution committee.
Federal Council of the Churches of
Christ in America, Knights "df Co
lumbus, T. M. C. A. And Y. W. C. A.
"This council, after full investiea.
tion has decided that complete priority
snouia ne given to American relief
in Europe to support 3,500,000 chil
dren wno nave, since the armistice,
been dependent on American charity,
until the rhildren are secure over
the winter," MY. Hoover said. .
; Preservation of Lives.
"Here is an issue in our foreign
relations which is neither race, pol
itics, nor religion. It- is iust the
preservation of the lives of children.
"Thewarhas collapsed, among
both allies and enemy, in the face
of the greatest famine in 300 years'.
In the first stage of famine the hu
man animals eat the food of their
cattle and thus undermine the pro
duction of rriilk. , In the second
stage they consume the cattle them
selves. The children 6f the white
races are dependent upon cattle for
their very existence, thus famine
bears hardest upon the children. .
Net Perpetual Chare-. ,
"With the harvests of 1010 inJ
1920 and the gradual economic re
cuperation, the sburden has grown
less and the harvest of next sum
mer will greatly lighten the burden.
It is not a aerpetua ' charge von
American charity. It is an -emergency
demand. It will cost $23,000,
000, about $1 per month per child,
until the next harvest. 1 For every
American dollar, another' dollar of
local support is provided in equip
ment and food, together with a vast
amount of voluntary service We
have but to supply them with their
deficient milk, fats; clothing and
in some countries, bread, and they
will succeed; without it, they fail.
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Reds See 5,000,000
Unemployed In US.
Two Organizers Reported In
Moscow to Have Been Sent
to America. X".
Washington, . Nov. 24. Russian
soviet authorities estimate that the
unemployed in this country will
number 5,000,000 bv the end of the
year and two representatives of the
third international, have been sent
to organizfe Soviets here, , according
to informationxfrom Moscow.
Ihe representatives of the Interna
tionale plan to arrive in the United"
States in December, it was said, and
propose to form a committee of the
unemployed in connection with the
communist party. , establishing So
viets of each trade. Their mission,
the advices stated,' is o unite the
revolutionary movement in America
into one fighting body to brine about
an armed revolution. . '
Wliile government officials dis
counted -, the internationale's cstit
mate-of the unemployment in this
countrV, every precaution is being
taken to keep the soviet organizers
from entering the United States. .
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Bankruptcy Case Dismissed.
Chicago. Nov. 24. Federal Tudee
Carpenter dismissed bankruptcy pro
ceedings brought against Charles
Weeghman, owner of a chain of res-:
GivenN Years In Pen.
- On Bigamy Charge
Harrisonburg, Va., - Nov. '24. R
D. Edwards, a Methodist minister,
was convicted today in federal court
of bigamy and violation oj the Mann
act and sentenced to fur years im
prisonment in the fderaeniteu
Nary at Atlauta.
Edwards married and the father
of two children, eloj.ed witlt -Ruth
Bailey of Staunton, Va., last August
They were married in Cincinnati
some time later. EdVuds was ar
rested in Louisville. .
Says Every Railroad '
Man Should Read This
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and up until about five weeks ago I have
been treating them for ahmit v.. onA
five months. ,"
With all the treatments that were nr..
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little benefit, and they kept spreading; and
gave me much distress and caused me to
quit m work.
was induced by a brother brakeman to
iry reterson s Ointment, and after I had
used two boxes I saw wonderful re
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with ugly, painful and horrid ulcers that
your Ointment is a cure for them when
everything else fails, as I have tried about
everything. Thanking you many times
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venue, January 12. 1916.
" know and dozens of people write me,"
jays Peterson-of Buffalo, "that Peterson's
Ointment also cures eczema, old sores, (alt
rheum, tiles and all skin diseases, and all
druggists sell a (big box for 60 cents."
Mail orders filleJ by, Peterson Ointment
Co.. Inc. Buffalol N. Y; Sherman A He-
uonneu vrug uo. will supply yuo.
T in Price at
, tion right now what to
select for ' f Christmas
Gift is in the minds of
hundreds a real Cedar
Chest often answers that
You aKg aware the
fact that there is a great
difference in Chests, the
wood it is made from, the
workmanship, style, the
service ''and satisfaction
it will give. This is ajl as
sured it 'you get one of
Bpwen's; with our positive
guarantee with every
"Another and very im
portant fact is the pfice.
Our price tags bear" no
longer the old war prices,
but the greatly reduced
low ebb prices are in ef
fect right now at Bow
en's. ' Advertisement.
Th$ New Styles:
found at . th
.And, to b
sure, thay are
m o d r ately
priced, tee. ,
Wo are showing a ntw crea
tion in Brown and Black Kid
with 10-inch upper and Louia
heel. This ahoe is mads of tha
finest quality comfortable)
and neat appearing. .
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320 South 16th Street.
Some of the younger officers pro
moted who performed such .distin
guished service it is asserted; were
William Lassiter, chief of artillery
in the A. E. F.; Ernest Hinds in com'
mand of the por,t of embarkation
at Hoboken: Hanson E. Elv. wlin
distinguished himself in command of
Oct. f . .1 t ... f
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Interest in their work, and life
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Youth and Manhood hv run their
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the; 28th infantrj
the battle of
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A day set aside by mankind
to publicly and privately ex- ;
press gratitude for the many
gracious acts of kindness be
,. stowed upon us by family
andv friend and on this day
le't us not forget tovdo-just a
r little bit more tor humanity's
sake thaa re have done in the. '
pas.t, that ' throuh our acts ' ' '
M:e can Bring greater Happi-"
' ncss to all
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A Few Words propriQVe;to ihe Ocasio
IT IS-related that two Scotch fishermen, "Jamie" and
."Sandy," belated and bttfogged. in a rough water,
were in some trepidation lest they should never get
,( ashore again.- yinally Jamie aid: :: -
"Sandy, Tm steerin' and I think you'd better put
; : up a bit pf a prayer." . v . - - x
"I, don't tow how," said Sandy. , .
. - "If ye don't, I'll chuck ye overboard," said Jamie. '
( . . Sandy began: "Oh LordI never ask anything of
ye for fifteen years, and if you'll only get us, safe back -rll
neyer trouble ye again, and" V
' "Whisht, Sandy!"-said Jamie, "the boat's touched
shore; don't be beholden to anybody."
; On this Thanksgiving Day we are not nRhnmpH "tn
Nturn from the thoughts of merchandise and admit that
we are "beholden." , i ,v f
At the close, of one of the most successful years of
( our business experience we are glad to dvote this
space to a serious expression of our'griititude We are
grateful for the remarkable growth of Brandeis Stores;
for the generous patronage of bur ever-growing army
of customers; for the fidelity, ot our employes; for the
bountiful crops of our own beautiful state; -for the
earth's freedom from war and pestilence; for the great
fact that in all parts of the world the tears -are being
wiped from the faces of the children. '
The little girl in "The Servant in. the-House'? de-'
I glared: "Every good wish you wish will come true if you
h only wish hard enough." If that be so then, as a result
of what we are wishing, at this moment, the ThankWiv
- ing Day of 1920 will'be the happiest' Thanksgiving Day
mdM the years for the customers and the Employes of
i'., . Brandeis Stores, and for the customers and employes of
all merchants, everywhere, in all the wjde, wide world!
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim
by neglecting paira and aches.
Guard against trouble by taking
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llver bladder and uric acid troubles.
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NOSTRILS ANJ HEAD
Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
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If your nostrils are clogged jai '
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Ely's Cream Balirrat any drug stor '
Apply a little of this fragrant, ant
septic cream into your nostrils an
let it penetrate through every "ai
passage of your hekd, soothing an
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, Ahl hoW, good it feels. Your nos -trifs
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BIG EATERS GET
Take Salts at first sign
Bladder irritation or
The American men and women
must guard constantly against Kid
ney trouble, because? ivi .f, inn
iiiucn ana all our tood is rich. Our
mooa is tolled with uric acid, whtch
the kidneys strive to filter out? They
weaken from ovprwork, become
sluggish; the enrninative tissues
c og and the resulf i"s 'kidneyMrou
ble. bladder weakness anda general
decline in health. ., N,
When your kidneys feel like
luiips of lead, your back hurts Ar
the urine is cloudy, full of sedim'ent
or you are obliged to sc'pk- rtKr-f
Uwo or three times during the-nitrhr.
rf you suffer with sjck headache or
duzy, nervous spells, acid stomach
or you have rheumatism when the
weather is bad, get from your ohsr-
macist about four, ounces of Jad
Salts, take a tablespoonfiil in a glass
of water before" breakfast for a few
days and your kidneysfwill then act
l Vs yimousvsalts is made from
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tralize the acids in the urine so it
no longer is a source of irriiaiinn
hus ending bladder disorders.
( Jad Salts i inexpensive, cannot in
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hthia-w-atcr beverage and belongs in
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GREAT PRICE REDUC
Right now is the on-
portune time to buy, es
pecially ot tnose things
that are in use daily.
Never in our history have
ve been able to offer
such wonderful Value
Giving as jiow. '
This is especially true
in Towels, Sheets, Pillow
Cases-and Bed Spreads.
Many are befng offered
right nov at about one-,
You need wait no
longer for lower prices
they're here right now
And, as usual, vnn
make, your own terms.
Buy From Yourself
Yuor Gas Plant
Telephone Your Order.
Pay With Gas Bill.
Beware -of peddlers and can
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