The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 162, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 11, 1922 Page: 5 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
LAYS OUT BIG
BATCH Or WUKK
teuton and Ladies Plan
Many Civic Activities
) for Near Future
10 HELPJBOY SCOUTS
Plan to Help Lions in Work
of Bcainiiyii'B i"u
fPiiV'i' WlaWi 10. At tlio meet.
... cf c American keglon and tlie
U)' a ' ary several tilings of
. p n . mo up ntirf woro acted
'' ' n fr. A short tlmo ago
ih U t'.i decided to furnish
rei t would Bct them out
Vd fi.'1 of them t0 ifut"y
h. . '.( night the legion
ilojiteJ r' "J"un(' Indorsing this
moto ai' J uicd to help tho Lions
In the i.' ' t kmif.
in ' r move put over was that
n il ; "t li going to foster a
rVtli'v 'J " ay lcro uni1 wl" "
ihit uV " 11 month havo so.uo
triui jscmcnt attraction for
i L towi ' "1 country people who
uc frit. I- V CI worker
d im in tins way try to Induce all
the tude m tills c"y from tho fields
dlacciit t . inn. At tho uncetlng
iwt Hk'"' n commlttco waa ap-
se'nti'd t arrange all tho details
nil In'crw'W tho merchants on tho
rrtn. Through this method
the'loml peit mombets figure that
i fund enn ' raised with which they
cm bmid them a clubhouso or homo
of ttu ir own.
Tho nut-'lon of taking a complete
nua of nil i"c-soldlers nnd women
irho ti'i( lurt in the World war wan
fcronRht up and a committee ap-
pointed to felect men to malto tho
ranvais nt n no distant day as this
is In confnrmliv to Instructions from
ftite lic.iiliuarters. Tho local post Is
waking up and will no a llvo mom-
txr In a f Irnrt time. It waa also de-
cided to foster ono troop of I3oy
fi-outs nnd tlio work of organizing
this troip r to begin at onco.
FIVE HELD FOR CASUALTY
Driier nf Pencil far Claims Clarlng
Light raiiso or ik-ucii.
frl'lllm rho Wn.lll.
ro.Ni'X ' IT. March 10. Flvo
tfjroo? thrco men and two women
ire being held lit tho Kay county
jail and a . hargo of manslaughter
haj been made against ono of them
ISeir Ja' 1 b 'ii an niitomolillo
ijeni y employe. In connection with
the death hero List Sunday evening
tf Mrs. Charles Hartley who was
tun down and killed Immediately by
i car In winch tho flvo wcro riding
tnd blch was being driven by Jack-
ion. Tho latter admits being tho
driver of tho car but declares that
the oncoming lights of another car
ttre rc'ponplblo for tho accident.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Hadley was
t'tf hero today. Sho was 62 years
(J the wife of Charles Iladloy a
fruit tree vendor and tho mother of
Hoy Hadley of Anndarkn- Henry
llidlty of Tulsa and Mrs. Lilllo May
Kins of Havana Kan. Sho was ro-
turnlnj homo from church Sunday
evening when struck by tho car.
Jickion had borrowed tho car
from mother employe of tho Sav-
8 Motor company hero and wns
having a joy rldo with tho othor
NEW litKSUYTIJHIAX lASTOK
Former Incumbent Hcslgnctl Last
Summer Ih-cnuso nr Health.
VIN1TA. March 10. Hcv. Tal-
E0 of Murium Mich. Is expected
tere March 27 to take up his work
'partor of tho Presbyterian church
lie was called by tho church somo
tm ago but could not takn up his
"ties until about April 1. His fam-
W will accompany him.
Tho church has been without ft
tutor tlnco itov. Charles Curtis Mo-
JWjjre resigned on nccount of his 111
ifillh last summer.
11Jrn"Trati Plan Banquet
;t'll (The World.
PAWHt'SKA. March- 10 A .Tef-
ron day hanquet will bo given
r April 13 by tho Iaguo of
loung Democrats according to plans
t!iTnctd by "0 president Hogers
m.5:. Mh W1" 1 In "connection
jruri tlio thorough organization of
1.hi .suo lhroughout tho county
LI y .n Preparation for tho state
convention to b0 held hero on Wash-
imoni blriidny In 1923.
Ku.Kltit l'srado nt Sulphur.
HI'r.l'IITtl! nrxn.1 n fll
galla but not carrying banners as Is -r
customary. 67 knights of tho Ku- One Mail Gets Filled With
ji.iua jviivii jiuraucu wio Biruin 01
Sulphur lato Wednesday night. Most
of the men wcro on foot tho leader
carrying a lighted cross.
Saved lilfo by rjenp.
IIUOO. Leaping from his auto-
mobile Just before It was struck by
a Frisco passenger train near Saw-
yer ton miles east c Hugo Floyd
Taylor Hugo lumberman inarrowly
escaped Instant death Ho hod
plenty of tlmo but tho car stalled
on tho track. Tho car was carried
beforo the engine 100 yards and.was
Hc-nrycttu Chun.ii Ilnrctl.
HKNHYKTTA. Work of razing
tho Methodist church a landmark
of pioneer days has begun. In its
stead will bo erected an Imposing
structuro to cost 170000. Tho nuw
plant will ho known os the Hcnry-
otta Kducatlonal and Social Institute.
Chickens Co Vu In Smoke.
STII.LWATEn. Firo thought to
havo originated In ti warehouso In
tho rear of tho produco company's
office and salesroom and com-
municating to a frame barn ad-
joining did damago estimated at
1800 SS0O of which was loss of
stock belonging to tho company.
Tho warohoimo and barn contained
250 llvo chickens n largo quantity
of baled hay and straw grain feed
machinery and other articles.
Stnrtllnc; Salary Cut.
HUGO. Tho most drastic salary
cut In tho history of Hugo will go
In effcot hero May 23 according
to action taken by tho city council
It was learned Wednesday. Aa n
fcamplo tho salary of tho mayor Is
cut from $200 a month to J 75. and
many other officers suffer llkowlsu.
No statement concerning tho reason
for tho slash has bcon given out.
Do Jtolay. Chapter at Hugo.
HUGO. Preparations for the In-
stnllatlon of a chapter of Do Molay
fraternal order of boys sponsored by
Itoyal Arch Masons aro being com-
pleted hero. Installation of tho
chapter only awaits flnnl word from
Hold l'nrc-nrcil Sale.
GL'THHIB. With offerings se-
lected from 18 of tho leading herds
of Logan county tho Shorthorn
Drceders association will hold a salo
of registered animals nt tho fair-
grounds hero Wednesday March 15
Livestock raisers of tho county will
bo given a banquet Tuesday night
preceding tho sale.
Voto on lllg Itnnd Tsmio.
HK.V11YETTA. To meet tho do-
mands mado by tho growth of tho
city llcnrycttu will vote on a
budget bond Issue March 30 Irj tho
sum of $230000 tho money to bo
divided between a disposal plant and
sanitary sewers storm sewers water
main extension and additional firo
equipment. This la In addition to
$200000 recently spent on city Improvements.
Woman HscaiK-s lYom Doiuity.
CH1CKASHA. Whllo Henry Wil-
son deputy sheriff of Pontotoc
county awaited her return from tho
washroom of a Chlckasha cato n
woman whom tho officer had under
arrest escaped through tho rear
door and has not been seen since.
Her husband and two small chil-
dren wero with tho officer ho giv-
ing the name of C. K. Morris of Fort
Worth Texas. Sho Is wanted In
Ada on a bogus check charge.
Hugo to Hold Fashion Slrnvr.
Ht'UO. Plans for a spring fash-
Ion pageant aro under way. Kx-
tcnslvo preparations are being mado
for tho election by popular voto of
a queen of fashion. Tho show will
bo staged through tho co-operation
Vacation Aftor Ulght Yearn.
ADA.-tM. F. Mnnvlllc nowly ap-
pointed postmaster for Ada this
week assumed official charge of the
offlco hero. Ho succeeds J. W.
Wcttbrook who had boen postmas-
ter hero for tho past eight years.
To WcddJng by AlnInna
DUNCAN. A unlquo bridal trip
was mado Wednesday from Dun-
can to Decatur Texas when Aviator
Charles Medley flow from Corslcana
and carried Miss Starr Agnes
Thompson from Duncan. Upon ar-
rival at their destination they were
TO HIS GASOLINE
CONTINUE FIGHT ON COKE'
Shotgun Charge and
urops His Loot
Specie! In Tho World.
llAKTLl.SVlLLi: March 10.
Members of tho sheriffs force are
making Inquiry to ascertain If any
man suffering from gunshot wotindH
has United a physician In this vl-
elnlty during tho last two das. T.
. Wells manager of tho Conti-
nental Supply company heard u
nolso near ins garnge Wednesday
night nnd wont out to lnvestlgntn.
Ho found a five-gallon ran near his
'ar and a piece of rubber hoso run-
ning from ills gunnlinn tank to the
can. Tho hose n syphoning the
gasoline from the tank to the run.
Ho went to tho liomo and obtained
ft shotgun and on returning to tho
Kara go miw two men coming down
tho alley and closo behind u third
man driving n car.
Ono of tho men on font grabbed
tho gasollno ran and Jumped on the
runtilng-bonrd of tho car. Wrlls
opened firo with his shotgun nnd
the man on the running-board foil
Into tho car dropping the gasollno
enn as ho did m. Tho threo men
speeded up ami escaped. It Is
thought that they wero out-of-town
motor oar tlileves ns local physi-
cians havo reported Hint no Htrnnger
has appeared to havo gunshot
NEGRO HELD FOR MURDEfl
ludlilgnl lu Hurl nnd Slew Hit
Siecll to Tho World.
PONCA CITY March 10 Tom
Hughes a barber or wills Hang (Do
Noyn) an oil field town in U;e
western (Vnge Is being held In toe
Osago county Jail on a chargo of
murder for (.hooting nnd killing
Owen llrown -IS years old a restau-
rant conk. Wltnrssca of tho shooting
claim that Hrown fired twlco at
Hughes with a. rifle prior to Hughes
returning tho firo with a revolver
It Is understood that thero had
been a long standing feud between
tho two. Tho shooting took place
In a barber shop at Do Noya Sundiiy
nf tcrnoon. Ui own w o u n d e d
Hughes twice. In ono nrm and on
tho forehead but it la said the
wounds aro not serious.
TURN DOWN WALTON PLAN
Not I)Ishi1 to Pick 1111 tlio Corpo-
Special tn Tlio World.
HAUTLKSVlLLi: March 10 The
Bartlesvlllo city comnilxsloncrM arc
not favorable townrd tho pinposal
of XIayor J. C. Walton of Oklahoma
City that a movement bo started to
repeal tho stato law giving tho state
corporation tho right to mako rates
for all public utilities.
"There is no sentn to Walton's
move nt all." City Attorney A. O.
Harrison said hern Tuesday. "It's
Just tho samo as If a person hero
said ho did not liko tho Olntrtct
Judge nnd wanted to pass n law to
abolish tho district court. Our pres-
ont system Is nil right and tho only
grlovanco wo hnvo Is with tho mem-
bers of tho corporation commission.
It they don't get tho tight commis-
sioners down there It Is tho people's
fault. You enn't deal nt arms'
length with tho utility corporations.
They will quit you overnight the
minute they ln not get a rato
which makes them a fair return on
their Investment "
Tho members of tho Jlartlcsvllle
city commission have mado It known
that they do not Intend to send n
representative to tho meeting that Is
being proposed by Mayor Walton.
Clco Springs Scliool Accredited.
FAIItVIKW. Clco Springs high
school again has been plnced on tho
list of fully accredited schools ac-
cording to word from tlio stato high
Headaches From Slight Colds.
Laxatlvn IJUOMO QUININK Tablets
rcllovo tho headacho by curing tho
Cold. A tonic laxative and germ de-
stroyer. Tho genuine boars tho sig-
nature of K. W. Orovo. tHo sure you
get rntOMO ) 30c Advertisement.
hi-y siMitir is ixrticnoFs
High School llojs KiitliuliiMlc
Slm-o Itccciit organization
WELCH. March 10. Tho HI-Y
boys of the high school are showing
much spirit since their organization
a few weeks ngo and aro preparing
some soul-stirring jello to bo sprung
March 27 when they have charge of
the chapel exercises. The 1 1 1 - Y
spirit Is becoming Infectious nnd In-
fluencing other depnitmenta of the
The contest soon to he held be-
tween tho two literary societies of
tho school In expected to be one of
much Interest. Th school lins Just
closed a contract for next henson's
FARMERS AND WIVES CONFER
Plan to Work Together on Project
of Mutual Inli'iiX.
Spr !! to Tti Worl.1.
t'l'HIIlNfl. March 10. Merchants
of this city ate planning to hold u
(-cries of nicetinn here to which all
farmers and their wives In this sec-
tlqn will be invited for tho purpose
of discussing mutual problems and
promoting the best InterunU of tlx-
district. Subjects. Mich ah good
roads will bo taken up by come lo-
cal speaker after which a round-
table discussion of tho subject will
be had and plans made to work to-
gether on those projects which are
of mutual InterrKt.
This plan Is the outcome of a
meeting which wns luld In Febru-
ary when the nilclng of pure-hied
livestock wns discussed. An a lesull
of this meeting inoro than fifty
puro-brod nnltnnls were brought nt
tho salo of tho Payne County Im-
proved ItrcederH isi lathm which
wan held tho next day by farmers
nnd buslucKS men of this section.
Tho first of til two meetings will be
held in April.
Until Sides of 0H'ii Sliop (Jiiotlon
Will Ho Inquired Into.
SpfflU to Tim World.
HAHTI.IlSVII.I.i:. Match in.
Tho llaitlesvUlo high school debaters
aro actively engaged In preparations
for tho spring contests tho first of
which will bo with tho Nowntu de-
bate team on Mnrch 21. This de-
bate will bo a ilual affair with bnyn
nnd girls' tenuis loinpotlng. Tho
IlnrtlesvUle girls will bo rnmpnueit
of Patilo Pitts Hudson Until Hlgben
and Dorothy Wlttenmeyer and they
will go to Nouota for tho contest
whllo the boys' team composed of
Louis Plunked Hoy Jones nnd .lack
Swab will remain here. 'Jim boys'
team will take tho nfflrmallvu of
"Itesohed that tho policy of tho
open shop should bn adopted in the
Fnlted Stiitcs." Tho girls' team
will uphold the negatlvo fide of the
same resolution lu Its debato nt
Tho Oklahoma CU.v hoys' debating
team will bn In llartlesvillo April
1 1 nnd will meet ft tenm composed
nf tho best dobatera from tho locul
Claim 'Hint .Imtgc's Inaction Acts as
Kqmil to .Sul'ii-loti.
Spoclnl in Th World
TAHLIWAII March 10 A
strenuous attempt was made when
tho tmnid of county commissioners
nsseinhled Mondny morning to pre-
vent (leorge Coke republican ihalr-
tnnn from acting but tho moo uns
unsuccessful hiiiI Cokn and John
Hond inpiibllcan from the Flin
district hehl the regular meeting
lusappolntcd In their attempt t
oust Coko some weeks ago. certnli
politicians have soumlit to have lb'
matter reopened nnd when the Jury
111 thn district court nequltted Coke
the attorney opposing sought to
have a tehenrlng of tho case.
The Judge took no action In the
matter nnd thosn opposing Coke
on Monday lnt stated that tlie fll-
nro of the Judge to lake action on
the motion ruled ns s. suspension
nnd that Coke could not sie on
the board. At this time It is ID
mo red that m ." reding will he In
slitilted In mi effort to lone the
proceeding of tl two republican
membem of the boanl decl.ired Il-
legal. Coke from thn beginning
has claimed Mint the chntgc iiisdc
against 1 i I lit was for pnlHIcni reasons
Ho!pltahlo Itoinrlaiis to Wu)lay
Srr'isl In Tli W its
rUHIll.Nt). March to All arrange-
ments have tit'cn made for tho enter-
tainment .of dip wntiniis from the
Drtiinrlglrt and Stillwater Hntary
club by the IochI club When they
arrive In this lty on their way to
the district ltotary convention nt
It is planned by thn various clubs
lo assemble nt dishing In their
special trains fur transportation to
tho convention cltv and ns thorn will
be a wait of sevirnl hours beforo the
train leaves the Im-al club has prom-
ised to put on an evening's enter-
tainment to whllu away thn 1 1 1 no. A
banquet followed bv an entertain-
ment nnd dancing wll imnpoHo tho
major portion of the evening's fun.
New Member of 1'nlr Hoard.
Spec ml ti. The World.
HAltTLKSVil.I.n March 10. The
assoclato member of the board of
dlroctot of thn Washington County
Free Fair association have been
selected and are aa follows: !2 A.
Hadcllff nnd D.mlel (lucrum y Jeff-
erson township; Clyde Voting Co-
pan and It. 11. Jeter W.inn I'nptut
township; W. II lilachley Unities-
villa and O. A. Anderson Hartles-
vllle Jackson township; Hurl Wooil-
ard Dewey Hugh Amlck Dewey
Dewey township; C. II. Mitchell nnd
Marshnl Dlggs Madison township.
J. II. Wise and J. L'. Disch Vera
Ilullil From Ciinry to Fairfax.
RnfM-ln! In Tli WnrM.
PAWHl'SKA March 10. A en- '
tract for the construction of the i
Santa Fn rulhoad between ( auey.
Kan. and Pawhiislta extending on
to Fairfax has been let t" M.inev
brothers. This firm lias established
offices In Pawhuska nnd nctunl
work Is lei si.irt at once.
WlrclrNH in Nounta School.
NOWATA Muicli 10 --Tho No-
wntu high school Is preparing to In-
stall a wlrelesH telephone up.irnlus
It will bn li.idy In tlmo for the
school to rnrcivc the number of tin.
grand opera prngiuma at I'hlcugn
l.isi iif this mouth
ave. Bathe and
Shampoo with one
Spasmodic Croup Is ffoflnontly
relieved by one application of
Oott 17 Million fan Uud Ytait
TODAY WE PRESENT
Our First Sale of Dresses
Smart Models in a Special Purchase That Permits
Pussy willow taffetas and canton
crepes new materials in a wide
range of new shades for spring in
the chic bouffant waistline models
ruffle trim predominating very at-
tractive' dresses and extra special
values for Saturday at
420 South Main Mayo Bldg.
Formerly DcWHl's Location
301 South Main Street
A Sale! A Sale!
New Silk Frocks
In New Spring Models for
Women and Misses
$ J Q-75
This sale is a gorgeous presenta-
tion of springtime's newest theme
portrayed by the most lovely
frocks imaginable. Each is a
Rne's specially designed dress
and tailored to our standards. At
the low prico of $19.75 we pre-
dict an eager demand.
A Gala Array of New
Spring Capes and Coats
$20 $25 $35 $45
The season's most desirable modes in capes and
coats to be found in this selection that wc price so
remarkably low for today. Most every style varia-
tion and springtime shade is represented.
301 South Main Street
No Sale Is Completed Until the
Customer Is Satisfied Vandevers
KcRtilnr Values Up to $39.50
This is o'to if tin In t suit Millies
It has In en inn- pli.isiire to offi r
for mans' years. Only suits of real
worth and superior tailoring are lu
eluded. Tho styles materials nndjC
colorings n i o varied enough to
please every taste. There aro popu-
lar sport models either plain or
belled with tuxedo or plain collars
short box coats tlpplo stylos nnd
tailored effects Material nro Jei
eeys Trlcotlnes Tweeds Home-
spun and flannels In every desired
shade. This salo for Siitntdiiy only.
Special Purchase Salo of Vacuum Bottles
I'arafo liottlo with aluminum
v. ry co nrr
Pint sle Vai iium with coriii-
gati'd ft I ii i 1 1 i ii in case TlVig
and i in. iry fpci ial I C
Jewelry Special for
-Hed and nmher bead neck-
lace with tassels. Very
-Illnek silk cord necklace
with Jet slide nnd drop or-
nament. Very special
-America One. Day Alarm
Glove Specials for
-White Chaniolsetto Oloves
In l'ownes n ti d Kayser
brands In short lengths
llmbroldered backs. Hegu-
Isr $1.25 valuo very spe-
-Same In gauntlet length
with strap wrist $1.75
value to clone out
"Just Jtlle" Hairnets don
-llaby Pants pink natural
and Willie. All sizes each
-"Kotex" S.inltrvt. Napkins.
-Ttrgulnr SSo Vs.1over'a
I.lnrn Weave Writing Pa-
per pound box
-Knvclopes to match pack-
-Cube Pins black nnd white
100 pins In cube
2 for 25c
25 Fabric Hats in
small a n d medium
sizcH mostly black;
Bonic colors. Special
-25 Canton Crop c
and Killc Silk Hatu
and straw combina-
tions. All colors va-
rious shapes and
.styles. Special whilo
Mulii i loor
. .SI. AM
. . ).
. . auj
IiJrr-KlM Toll.l Wlr ..
I..TiMri Tolln Wulfr ..
lioMiny Tellst Wstsr ..
1'lven Vi.ki.IsIi sll oilnr.
M.l Tullcl W'strr
Wilrh llsiel a.le
MHI'H Skin lotion tlio
Olrlianl Willi. ajo
Klmn I'uriirnlisr Cimii ...7Ur IUn
IllniU lluliry slut Atlnoli.l. 3l)u SUo
l.vuin I'uwiUr slut I'ustrn
I'tilKHt' Teolh I'owilrr..
i"il Tnolll l'unriltr
1'yurrlioclilo Teotti 1'owilnr
I. A It. Culi! ("ti-sui.. ISr 40c lOn
I'liml's t'nlil Crrsm Or Sin
Milkvr f'rssin 37a
Aiik.Iu Itiion C'reutn ....nUc Itiu
Nsillnola Oresni !7
MsvtitUn Itrsatii X7n
Mrlha (i.iinslnir rraiti... .1!)e. 7tln
Msltm Tlfkiin I'rrslil :t9r ti.tO
lr lorry's I'Verlds rrrstu 4t'u
Hliltninn's Trsckl. i'ishiii. ..sin
f'mtrlni Msss.im frosin. .3tr Stle
i;imo rlrsnslnii Cliwlll 4fr. Slle
AlHrVPIOIIS l rrrtOl
Wunilhury's I'nlil rre.m..
VVnniltniry's Vsnlslilnir .
MnrllielliB T.nltllcn Crsm
Msrlnrllo Tlii. ftrsni..
Msrlnrllii WlilttnliiK t'r.ani 4r lSn
Jlstlii'llo Axtlnuent I'r.sm 4Sr Vie
Isrhiello I'aca Powflrr 4Sr KOs
Armaml Culd Cream 1'owiltr. . . .7Ae
Mary Harden ?Ai
flantsn Krasrnnc. 370
('my Ksco I'awitfr e.ia
lloKfr millet Ilk. ranri1ir....3Aa
llunfenit ...... 37a
Mslbs lar. I'owil.r 3.1a
All 60a Iloug.. 39a
Amolln ..30r Ilia
(litn-ru tin 47c 1.1a
llsrilrlis llslr Tenlx SDc 30a
lu ii. Quhiliia llnlr
Tonlo l.lo so
r.ysnl "Or SOr 10a
I)Jt-KIi Koap. enka 40a
Ilrstnol Ointment SOe tn
rtiilriir Ointment .4Re Z3a
Menlliolalme 30r I Ho
l.litrcln. lie 37e lOo
Mella Tal 1ft 7l
r.linn Tela Ite 4Ua
WlllUln.' Tftln 12a
lJer-KIa Talo ISa
Mavl. Tata Isa
Mary Oariten Talo 23r 40a
Oarilenirlo Talo tea
lletrer tc Outlet Violet Talo. Ha
Hrjulbba Talo S0a
ICIrk'a Jap Pnao finap 3 for...tna
IVonilhliry'. Hasp 3 l'or........AAa
Outlrurs Mnap !0a
Kirk's ILMnater foap 3 for... loo
Sayinan's Hnsp 3 fur 3.1a
4711 Willis lies. Hoap 10a
Packer's Tar Unap 10a
Infant Ca.lll Hoap 3 for.....SIa
JlrV.e Perfumes of AOa
Willi Itaa. Perfiim.. ot AOo
fxieuat llleaaorn l'.rfurn. oi....A0a
Vlol.t rerfuma o AOa
lletlolrop. l'srfume ox. .AOa
Uly at the Valley Perfum oi. S0a
We Offer Toilet tie Special
Is the Last
Last Chance Today
To See the
Second and Elgin
South of Santa Fe Freight Depot
QflOf) T)inninnrl 7?inn fZiiwn A tnmi
Tonight 9:00 P. M.
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