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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. MARCH St, 1921.
Pailitnentary Tangle Follows
Substitution of School
,Bond Measure for In
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
Another regulatory measure fell by
the wayside in the senate, when S.
F. 345, to fix the powers of the
state bureau of aninial health, came
up on third reading. It was killed
by a vote of IS to 14. -
, Those voting no included Busliee,
. ' Robbins, Anderson, Beebe, Bliss,
Cooper, Davis, Button, Hoagland,
.Humphrey, Ulian, Johnson, Norval,
i'icketr, Randall, Reed and Wittse.
? S. V. 11 went to the committee
I several weeks ago as a bill to give
the railway commission control over
industrial sites and along rights of
ways, and came out as a bill to" pre-
mit precincts to issue school," dis-
' trict bonds. After arguments that
"-such a procedure was illegal, - the
senate voted on postponing the bill,
hut it lost, 14 to 17. A parliamen
tary tangle followed and the bill fi-
nally remained on the general file.
On recommendation of the judici
ary commitee, the senate killed two
house bills, II. R. 428, an Omaha
bill, making a penalty up to 10 years
lor interfering with officers quell
ing a riot, and II. R. 501, a bill to
, prevent traffic in stolen automobiles.
i he senate added an emergency
clause to S. F. 3-6, changing the
authority of publishing the session
laws from the secretary of finance
- to the secretary of state and sending
it to third reading.
These bills were passed on third
, reading: . . .
II. R. 455 Sinking fund for irriga
II. R. 182 Increasing term of
; mayor of town 1,000 to 5,000 from
one to two years and making city
engineer appointive instead of elect-
ive. Passed by 19 to 13.
S. F. 311 Making more 'stringent
employment agency laws to prevent
imposition on laborers.
, The senate voted, 23 to 0, to con-
cur in the action of the lower house
t in striking out the emergency clause
: in S F. 102, a bill increasing the
pay of deputy sheriffs in Douglas
Nebraska Hotel Rates
; Not Regulated By
Lincoln, March 30. i Special.)
The sky is the limit on hotel rates in
; Nebraska if the proprietors "get
K with it " riVsnitp renorts in some'
ixwspapers to the effect that an
" amendment to the hotel regulation
! bill by Representative Leftwich
; made alleged hotel profiteering dur
l ing state fairs, carnivals or other
---ks! "gatherings impossible.
. There was an amendment by Left-
wich which provided that if a guest
' skipped , without paying his room
rent and was caught the proprietor
Wouldn't : chaxge him. any- more than
,ihe regular rates. '
"However,- that doesn't affect the
" jfightbf hotel-keepers to fix season-
,al rates," Representative Medlar of
.OpiaHa, guardian of" Nebraska hotel
interests, said today.
Hotels are obliged to post rate
cards in the room. But there is
no restriction as to the number of
itjtnes they may be changed and. 'in
'one yeac there may be as many rate'
cards" placed in a room as a blonde
Bill Joining Sarpy to.
Douglas County Raised
Lincoln, Neb., March 30. (Spe-4
cial.) The . Duesedow bill provid
ing for the annexation of Sarpy to
Douglas county on a majority, vote
of each county, was raised in the
lower house of the legislature com
mittee of the whole today by a vote
of 63. Only 60 votes were required
to raise a bill. .
The bill was killed a month ago
when 500 residents of Sarpy county
, went to Lincoln and demanded that
it be defeated. '.' ...
This morning Representative
Byrum of Franklin county, chair
man of Jthe committee on privileges
and elections which killed the bill
moved in the committee of the
whole that it be raised, declaring
that this would be the most logical
way to bring about the paving of
the Fort Crook road and thus of
keeping Fort Crook an active mili
tary post. -
The, .bill is now almost sure to be
passed by the house. It is considered
likely'that the senate will pass it
also- and thus that the way will be
cleared for early consolidation of the
two counties. '
Governor Vetoes Measure on
; learning Solon's Successors
.Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
Governor McKclvie vetoed House
'Roll No. 73 today.
i This , bill provides that when a
United States senator, congress
man, orf member of the Nebraska
state legislature dies, the governor
shall appoint a successor of the
same political affiliation. ..
When the veto was taken to the
lower house of the legislature this
morning, r Representative : Robert
Druesedow of Omaha moved to re
consider the action of the house on
But on the objection of Repre
sentative Williams of Fillmore, re
consideration was postponed for 24
Traction Company Seeks
Hearing on Rate April 25
Lincoln, Keb 'March 30. (Spe
cial) The Omaha and Council
.Blurts street Kailway company filed
application Vith the State Railway
commissicJri here today for a hearing
April 25 to fix a permanent rate of
fare for the company.
Vic Wilson, representing the com
pany, said the company wofild make
no demand, for a fare increase. Un
less some way of cutting operating
xpetise'$is found it may be, neces
sary Jo ask for a iar.e, increase, iow
lvcr,h sai -.. '..
Fountain Pen to Sign
Smith Bread Measure
Lincoln, March 30. (Special Tele
gram.) The "Knockers Club of
Omaha," through Senator Cronin,
presented a fountain pen to Gover
nor McKelvie with which to sign
the Smith standardized bread bill.
The pen was presented to the gover
nor by Senator. Cronin,-. an t upper
house ' 'supporter ' Of the rrieaSure
while debate was Under way in the
governor's office over the merits of
the bill. ; ' ' '
It.' A. Hall, Oniaha attorney who
has fought the bill continually "for
the bakers, and E. B. Ransom, an
other Omaha attorney, pleaded with
the governor to veto the bill. C. E.
Cook, Edgar ' (Neb.).-baker; also
urged a veto. 1 J ''
The" speakers contended the bill
would cripple Omaha bakers in com
peting with bakers of bordering
states, and also asserted it wouli
cost them thousands of., dollars m
being forced to .- by equipment to
comply with provisions of the bill.
Senator Cronin, Representative
Smith and Representative Lundy de
clared the bill was a success in other
states and bakers in those states,
favored it. . .....
"The 'bakers. haVel 'gypped the
public for years and now we Jiave a
meritorious bill reallv in the inter
ests of the public," Senator Cronin
sain. The governor took the bill
?lp on Governor's Wrist
. Is Lightened by House
Lincoln, March -30. (Special.)
The .lower house administered a
gentle slap on-the wrist of Gov
ernor McKelvie for his absence from
the state at various times during
the last two years recommending
passage of a hill , in committee of
the whole a few days, ago which
provided that when' a governor is
away the lieutenant governor shall
receive his pay
Evidently that body believed it
had gone far enough as the bill was
killed on third reading today by a
vote of 68 to 20.
Lower House Makes Absence
Without Leave Expensive
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
"Absent without leave" in the lower
house will be an expensive proposi
tion for the absentee if he has gone
home, c is out of the city, under
a rule adopted today, which pro
vides that in the event of call of
the house it is discovered a member
is absent the sergeant-at-arms shall
be ordered to go after him and the
expense of the. trip shall be assessed
against the absentee.
Central City Minister
To Head Central College
Central City, Neb..- March' 30.
(Special.) Rev. O. W. Carrel, for
three years pastor of the Friends'
church in this city, has been se
lected to fill the vacancy created by
the resignation of Prof. Homer Cop
pock as president of Nebraska Cen
tral college. Rev. Mr. Carrel has
submitted his resignation as pastor
of the church to take effect June 1.
Second-Class Cities Must
. Distribute Funds in Banks
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
A bill forcing- distribution of city
funds in cities of hev second class
in local banks in proportion to
amount-of . surplus and-capital of
these banks passed .the lower house
on third reading.- The bill also
fixes the minimum -interest to . be
paid on -these funds at -2 per . cent.
Cut in Judicial
Rodman and . Epperson . Lead
Fight Against Redistricling
i ' '
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)V
The bill to cut judicial districts in
Nebraska from J&to 9. is dead.
Here's how it happened:
Representative Rodman offered a
motion to recarnmit Senate File 154
to ; thp. committee jof ..the whole for
amendment when tne bill came up
for third reading. The original bill
as it came over to the house from
the senate left the judicial' districts
as. they are at present .excepting it
gave Douglas county two additional
judges. ' When it was first consid
ered in committee of the whole
Representative Epperson moved to
substitute a redisricting bill for the
senate file - and- his motion carried.
"The Rodman ruotion to recommit
carried. This"aftembon',1the lower
house resolved itself ' into committee
of the whole and substituted the
original senate bill, reinstating the
18 judicial districts and providing
nine judges for Douglas county:
Then the bill was advanced to; third
The adoption of the old bill spells
life for. the supreme-court commis
sion for another two years. "The
passage of the substitute bill would
have been death to the commission,
as provision was made .under the
nine-district plan to bring district
judges to: Lincoln to help the su
preme court when - it'- was' . short
handed or overworked.
Legion at North Platte'
Ends Membership Drive
North Flatte, .March 30. (Special
Telegram.) North Flatte. post, -No.
163, American Legion, is celebrating
the close of their first membership
drive which has been under way since
February 23. A banquet was held
at the Masonic hall followed by en
tertainment and speaking by some
of their prominent local 'members.
Department Commander Robert G.
Simons of Sco'ttsDluff also; spoke;
The post has Increased from 114 to
324 paid-up members, which is more
campaign than the leaders antici
pated. E. H. Evans, commander;
E. W.- Rincker, adjutant; H. A.
Langford and John R. Churchill
were campaign captains. .
Young Men From Burr Held
For Attempted Burglary
Nebraska City, Neb., March 30.
(Special.) Russell Schroeder, Leori
Kepler and Charles Williamsyoung,
men residing near Burr, were be
fore Judge Bischof in "coiinty court
to answer a complaint filed by school
authorities in district Fourty-four,
near the .village of Burr, charging
them with entering Jhe building with
"burglarious intent." The young,
men pleaded not guilty and were
released on bonds of $300 each.
Committee Named to Write
Rent Investigation' Report
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
A committee composed of Repre
sentatives Reed, Jeary and Mickey
was selected to prepare a report on
the recent rent investigation held at
Omaha. The report probably will
be ready for presentation to the low
er house early next week.
Budget Bill, Passes
Lincoln, March 30. (Special.)
The administration .' budget bill
passed .the. lower, house . on . third
reading, - , ' . .
By CHARLES DANA GIBSON.
(Copyright l.lfa rubllahlng Company.)
O'Connor Will Case
Will Be- Appealed to
i United States Court
.Lincoln, March 30. (Special.
The famous John O'Connor will case
will be: carried to the United States
supreme court on. appeal from a rul
ing Of the Nebraska supreme court;
reversing the action of the Adams
county district court jury which held
the will valid.-
Heirs of Charles O'Connor' of 'St.
Joseph, Mo., will prosecute the ap
peal to the United " States supreme
court. O'Connor, .who lived the life
of-an--recluse -atiHastings,- deft -- a
$160,00 estate. ' - - --
In the will, which 'was supposed
to have been executed October 10,
1908, at St. Joseph, Mo., the recluse
left his property' to- his; brother,
Charles. "If he be living'other
wise to an orphanage in 'Nebraska
outside of Lincoln and Omaha.
Charles died in. 1903, and, his 11 sons
and daughters are represented in the
The purported w ill, was found in
1917, by the widow of the notary,
who took the acknowledgement of
the witnesses, among his law books.
Unopened, it -Way -mailed to the
"Probate Judge,; -Hastings, Nebras
Prohibition Agents Find
Small Still at Talmagc
Nebraska City, Neb., March 30.
(Special.) County authorities were
notified that' 'federal prohibition of
ficers had found a small still, two
quarts of "moonshine" and several
bottles .of wine -at Tahnage. The
county-' attorney ::,said complaints
would be tiled in county conrr. ac
cording to the information received
by ' Sheriff 'Fischer the still was-located
on premises owned by a man
named Ross and the' whisky and
wine were found' at private resi
dences. Historic Site Selected
For Sidney Water Tank
Sidney, Neb., March 30. (Special-)
The. site, of the new,: 500,000
gallon city water tank is one of the
most historic spots in Sidney. It
was used by the United States-gov-efnment'for
the first fort in western
Nebraska, in 1867. during the build
ing of the-Union Facific railway. It
is 110 feet above the level of the
Social Hygiene Speaker
Talks at Pawnee City
-Pawnee City', Neb., March 30.
(Special.) Frank (J. Wilcox, super
intendent of the department of social
evangelism for the National Hygiene
and Welfare board, is giving a se
ries of lectures here. Mr. Wilcox
has. headquarters ' in-Omaha and
comes under the allspices of the
woman's clubs, of the city.
Tarkio College Glee Club
In Concert at Pawnee City
Pawnee-City, Neb., March 30,
(Special.) The Tarkio (Mo.) college-men's
glee club gave a con
cert here on its return from an ex
tensive trip through Nebraska, Iowa,
Missouri and Kansas. Sixteen men
participated, four of whom reside
in or near Pawnee City.
York Man Held onXharge
Of Looting Aurora Safe
York. Neb., March 30. Sheriff J.
E. Howard of Hamilton county ar
rested James Eldridge .in . this . city
on the charge of -looting a 'safe at
Aurora. . According-to the sherift
a .number .of others are. suspected in
connection with, the .thef) .
Fight in Senate
On Tax Measure
Intangibles WilL Be Consid
ered at Session Today
Two-Thirds of Sections
t'.V Have Been Approved. ..-.;
, , . . .'
Lincoln," March '30. (Special.)
The senate .continued its considera
tion ofeS. F. o5. in the committee of
the whole- for a, time this morning
to give the finance committee time
to prepare .some! changes in the
1 The committee of the whole has
considered two-thirds of the bill and
hue rrtiAt thfl eiiKirt ftf taxntiriTi
of c -intangibles, . including money.
Shares of stocl? and franchises. ; v '
t, CrtM Wair1anrl rnnMntirt . WiC
fight on provision of . the billv.fori
. i. j. . "i ' t.. i i.
inc Lrt.xauun ui.iiuaiig.oics oui nu
had no support and -the senate is
jyproving it section by section.
Hoagland made his fight this
morning with ap . amendment pro
posing to tax banks and trust com
panies on their "average capital"
based on the gross deposits during
the year. His proposal lost 3 to 28.
The committee added stock brok
ers to the class which in the origi
nal substitute bill included produce
dealers,-grain and hay dealers,, movie
exchanges and oil and gasoline deal
ers. Senator Wiltse has asked that
live stock dealers be put in a class
with grain men, but the committee
choose the other kind of stock.
Seeking to meet an objection by
Senator Hoagland, the committee
proposed an amendment, which car
ried, providing that before the state
tax Commissioner maw rpmnvo rmm.
ty assessors, the latter may have a
ncanng Deiore tne state board of
Appeal of O'Callaghan
For Refuge to Be Denied
By State Department
Washington, March 30. The ap
peal of counsel for Donald J. O'Cal
laghan, lord mayor of Cork, who ar
rived as a stowaway without pass
port several months ago to
given asylum in the United
States as a political refugee, will be
denied by the State department, it
was understood tnnicrlit An rvr'n."
- o ' . ' uiiUUU
may be handed down soon.
O'Callaghan, following his arrest
by immigration authorities, was re
leased by former Secretary of La
bor Wilson and when the Depart
ment of State pressed deportation
proceedings against him, he was ad
judged a "seaman" by the Labor de
partment and granted 20 days in
which to ship on a foreign-bound
. The lord mayor, however, ignored
the rnlinir. anr affrr rpmainintr
yond his leave, obtained permission
f r? c . t
ui rormer csecreiary wnson to con
tinue tlJ inrtafinif ctap until on nr
peal for the right of asylum made
io me oiaie aepartmenr, was an
swered. Nebraska City Woman and
Girl Hurt in Auto Wreck
Nebraska City, Neb., Mardi 30.
(Special.) Mrs. Ed, South and
small daughter residing soutkeast
of 'the city were seriously injured
in an automobile- accident near here.
The steering wheel of the car failed
to wovk and the car with, its occu
pants left the road and turned com
pletely over. Mrs. South had, one
leg crushed and suffered cuts and
bruises about the body, while the
daughter 'had her, left . leg broken
and her face bruised.
Wymore Debaters Defeat
Pawnee .City High School
Pawnee City, Neb., March 30.
(Special.) The Pawnee City High
school debating team was defeated
by the Wymore High school team
by a decision of Iwo to one. It was a
league debate and the winner is
now eligible to the final contest
which will determine the champion
ship of this district. Pawnee City
debaters ' were Orville Bosley, Bert
Pyle and Maynard Arnot. Wymore
orators were Robert Shields, Mil
dred Short and Katrinka Molten. ,
Blind Man Confesses
To Robbing Homes;
Tracks Lead to Arrest
Cold Spring Harbor. N. Y., March
30.1-A curiously shaped footprint
in the home of William T. Lock-
wood, which was robbed yesterday,
led to the arrest today of George
Hawxhurst, believed to be the first
blind burglar in eastern police his
tory. Hawxhurst, who has been, blind
from birth and who invariably is
led through the streets by a small
boy, confessed, the police say, that
he also had robbed .he home of Mat
thew Curley, in both instances re
lying upon the senses of touch and
hearing to guide him in his opera
tions. His loot comprised a few bot
tles of grape juice and an alarm
A deputy sheriff observed the pe
culiarity of the footprints and sought
a shoemaker, who informed him that
only Hawxhurst could have left the
imprint. He visited the man, asking
him to walk in the dust. The foot
prints were alike, and upon being
questioned, the blind man confessed
$1.00 Heavy Work Shirts,
$2.00 Heavy Overalls,
$5.00 Extra Trousers,
$8.00 . Dress Trousers to
match any suit; $4.95
Men's Union Suits. . . 98
Men's Balbriggan v Under
wear '. 50
Boys' Blouses .48c4
Children's Hose 14c
Th Store) That Sav You Money
Clothing and Shoes .
314 North 16th St.
Bill Creating Court
Of Public Service is
t Passed by Iowa Senate
r-' tf 1. ii 'Vi...
j les - niuiucs, maim im
Springer bill creating a court of pub
I lie service to adimlicati' disnutes be
tween utilities and city councils and
granting all public utilities in de
terminate franchises was passed by
the senate of the state legislature to
day. The bill had already passed the
Tlif passage of this measure is the
climax of a long and spirited ' fight
waged by tha hcaVjst lobby Iowa
utilities could - naistcr. Before its
final passage the senate 'waged an
oratorical battle over the request of
the house that tne bill he returned lor
reconsideration and eventually re
fused the demand by a decisive ma
jority. TwiivSisters in
Bridegrooms Dismiss With
Smiles Fear They Might
Mistake Each Other's
Bride for Own.
Bcmice Davison and Beatrice Da
vison, twins, 18, Percival, la., were
married by County Judge Crawford
esterda to Harold - V. Kalsay,
21, Thurman, la., and Guy F. Pierce,
21, Thurman, la., respectively.
The girls are beautiful brunets. and
as like as "two peas in a pod." They
were dressed exactly alike, too, wear
ing fur coats, spring hats and other
habiliments, all precisely the same.
"We don't want to get you mixed
up and marry Bernice to Guy and
Beatrice to Harold," said Marriage
License Clerk Stubbendorf, anx
iously. ' i ' '
Grooms Won't Worry.
"Don't worry, I can tell Bernice
from her sister. There's only one
like Bernice in the world," declared
Bridegroom Kalsay earnestly.
"And I could tell my Beatrice
amony a thousand, even in the
dark," exclaimed Bridegroom Pierce
with a tender look at his blushing
The twin marriage licenses were
soon made out and then the duplex
marriage party entered County
t i r- c i- : . - vf--
Alice Kalsay, mother of Harold,
and Mrs. Grace Thomas of Council
Bluffs were witnesses.
"Are You Sure?"
Judge Crawford surveyed the
party with a smile.
"Now are you positive you have
the right girls, boys?" he asked be
fore he married them.
"You bet we are, -judge," they re
plied in unison as they squeezed the
hands of their brides.
In two minutes more the brief
wedding ceremony was ended and,
together, the bridegrooms kissed
their respective wives.
They left yesterday for Thurman,
la., where they will operate adjoin
Beatrice and Bernice are daugh
ters, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davi
son. Percival, la.
INGROWN TOE NAIL
TURNS OUT ITSELF
A noted authority says that a few
drops of "Outgro" Upon the skin
surrounding the ingrowing nail re
duces inflammation and pain and so
toughens the tender, sensitive skm
underneath the toe nail that it can
not penetrate the flesh, and the nail
turns naturally outward almost over
VQutgrp" is a harmless, antiseptic
manufactured for chiropodists; How
ever,, anyone can buy. from the drug
store a tiny bottle, containing direc
Stair and Room
Carpets at V2
Springtime is here and
with it comes the need
for new stair and room
This radical price re
duction on our entire line
of Wilton, Axminster,
Brussels and Velvet Car
pets gives you a wonder
ful opportunity for great
A splendid line to se
lect from in a great vari
ety of patterns, suitable
for any room in the
Home, as '.well as for
Lodge Halls, Churches,
Money hack without question
if HUNT'S Salv faili in th
treatment of ITCH ECZEMA,
RINGWORM. TETTER or
Dlher Itching ikfn dieeaie.
T - K-n. kn a Ml. .i.lt.
Sherman McCsnnell Drug Co.
Hearing on Wage
Scale of Garment
" Workers Opened
Referees in Cleveland District
Hear Arguments on Em
ployers' Request to Re
turn to Old Contracts.
Cleveland,. O., March 30. The
board of three referees who com
pose the supreme court for t he
Cleveland garment industry today
opened a two days' hearing on the
question of wages paid in the 40
houses of the' Cleveland Garment
Manufacturers' association, t
The decision will effect 5.00(1
workers and an annual national bus
iness of $30,000,000, and will put to
the test the1 'agreement between the
manufacturers amKthe International
Ladies' Garment Workers' union,
which was signed two years ago.
The manufacturers ask for a return
to the wage scale of November, 1918,
which would lower the present scale
practically 20 per cent.
'The union opposes any reductions,
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Stave me much distress and caused me to
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Spinogrsphical Laboratory for X-Ray analysis.
Both sides are pledged to abid
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' Woman Defends Title.
Pinrhurst, N. C. March 30. Mrs.
Dorothy Campbell Htird of the West
moreland club, Pittsburgh, retained
her title as north and south golt
champion today by defeating Mr,
1 C. Letts, jr., of the Onweutsi.i
club, Chicago, 4 and 3, in the final
round of the annual tournament.
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Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
Immediately after a "Dandcrine
massage, your hair takes on new
life, lustre and wondrous beauty, ap
pearing twice as heavy and plentiful
because each hair seems to fluff and
thicken. Don't let your hair stay
lifeless, colorless, plain or scraggly.
You, too, want lots of long, strong,
beautiful hair. " I
A 35-cent bottle of delightful
"Danderine" freshens your scalp,
checks dandruff and falliiiR hair.
Ti,ir ui:.. i.on..t..
IMS O 1111 I II la II II K Mltllll.y IIM1IV .
gives to thin, dull, fading hair that 1
youthful brightness and abundant f
thickness All druggists!
Big Sale Overstuffed
and Cane LivingRoom
Suites Next Saturday
Union Outfitting Co.
, , , .
The Extremely Low Sale
Prices Will Set New Rec
ords for Money-Saving.
"Value-givving" will be spelled
with a big: "V" next Saturday at
the Union Outfitting company,
when prices will be deeply
slashed on Living Room Suites.
If you are living In an apart
ment or cozy bungalow, you will
find beautiful Cane Suites in ma
hogany, richly upholstered in fine
velours or damasks and massive,
overstuffed suites in rare tap
estries that will completely fur
nish a living room. As always,
you make your own terms.
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Chiropractic Health Service
Many persons are today in poor health because
they refuse to investigate the merits of Chiro
practic. People are slow to accept anything new
and prefer to suffer for years before they decide to
give Chiropractic c chance.
Come to us today for free consultation If we
you we will not accept
X-Ray analysis will snow tha true t'l
spine, which is the cause ol so mucl
calls to vour house
unable to come to th J
at Council Bluffs wil
rv. kravis in cr.
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