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TELEPHONE 2.-171 EDMONTON JOURNAL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1937 'NINETEEN Club To Affiliate With League Society Mrs. J C. Bowen It Named New Honorary President Decision to affiliate with the Ed- imonton branch of the League of Nations' society was taken by the !Edmonton Business and Professional 1 Women's club at a meeting Wednes-"day In the Commercial Printers hall. Following up this move. Miss Eva Bantfster was appointed convener of . League of Nations' study group. , Mrs. J. C. Bowen, wife of the lieutenant-governor, consented to be honorary president. Representative of the organization ' t the approaching peace conference will be Mrs. M. L. Chapman, who as named as delegate Wednesday. . Miss Muriel Batstone was appointed a member of the loan committee .and Miss Jessie Mae Moses to look after the sale of club pint and f emblems. ; Carrying out the club's policy of - keeping In touch with matters of ,. public Interest, members were urged ; to attend at least one public meeting in connection with the approaching eivic election. Economics tudy group will meet Friday at the home of Miss Margaret Thompson, 12121 109A ave. Miss Lois Gainer presided. Sunbonnet Girls Fun To Stitch On Laura Wheeler Tea -Towels Smith "" GREETINGS October 29 Cecils Cornelius, Msyerthorpe (S): Vtlara Plamondon. Plamondon (7): 1 Sean McNeilly (3): Joyce Schmutz, , gedgewtck (3); Billy Oroat, Brule (3); Doris Schumunk, Hythe (Jl). I A Edward Peterson, Strome 8; Eileen ' "Seech, Barrhead (14): Merlan John-1 on. Amisk (3); Roger Rosdahl, Pikes Peal:. Sask. (9); Natalia Tkachuk, Willlnirdon (6). Jean Thompson. Cadomln (S): Rudl un Past, Round Hill (6): Bud Stuart. ' ?clt.on -Harcllsty (13): Bernle Cherskl. Har- BennlD rtsty IB): Merle Brummet, Vegrevllle 2; Dorothy Mutachler, Fox Valley B: Jewell Thompson, Wlldwood (2); eorgl Stonehouse, Clandonald (4). Women Curlers Granite Club f Plans for its annual meeting to be f eld at the club house Monday at 1.30 p.m., were completed by members of the Granit Ladles' Curling tlub at an executive meeting this eek tit the home of Mrs. F. R. Mun-Shaw. ,' Prospective players were asked to tiotifv Mrs. J. W. Adair as soon as possible. Pattern 1390 THESE busy little sunbonnet maidens show you how a week's work might well be planned, and at the same time make a delightful set of tea towels. Perfect for gifts easy to do In single and outline stitch, with a touch of cross stitch they're a pleasant bit of pick-up work. So thread your needle with the gayest of floss and get started! Pattern 1590 contains a transfer pattern of seven motifs (one for each day of the week) averaging about 5'4x8 Inches; material requirements; color suggestions; illustrations of all stitches used. Send 20 cents for this pattern to The Edmoxton Journal Needlecralt department, writing plainly the pattern number, your name and address. Allow 14 days for delivery. Five-Pin Bowling THl'RS. MTE MIXED LEAGL'E .Mixed S Pins Sn.wBake B - 1 Caa. Parkers Rear as 140 113 Brooks 161 114 1M Steels 117 110 144 Brooks 131 1&3 111 Williams 141 110 138 Haswell 1 IS 125 107 Hender'o 171 159 142: Williams 231 166 153 Salt 117 170 I5i Hdcp. SS 35 351 My Favorite Recipe Pumpkin Spice Bread Is Good as Cake ! 4 170 111 lw til 1S7 1S1 1 1M Ml 351 84 744 717) Nertt Warning 127 175 1M Davis" n Hicks 197 314 HS Budd ' Warning 300 7 176, Alien Wilson 195 1SS 197 Cotter 1S4 151 114 David n . Hdcp. 13 121 S4.! j Morgan 12 755 (52 Aees ' ! 131 110 140 1 Ml 1S4 7 i 127 15 110 ; 157 105 20) 210 143 191 ' '61 S3 83 51 30 Sit i l.ivcwireR t Woodwards Brun'llS 121 173 127IKSV 160 180 201 157 110 140! Collier 339 207 220 Robson 144 129 165 Fox 145 190 102; Morgan . fivers I Capitate Barton 130 204 143! Edwards 74 397 190 Clarks 152 145 199; Husky V'Beent 10 129 145 Koop ' Youni 159 174 UI'Kuaab L. Score lea 94 170; Auitla Hdcp. 44 61 53: 783 807 411 fares I Ceatrs Das Oarn 131 173 114 Aimer 151221 33 1 Mill 125 154 143 Inkaler ; Mellon 18 91 lttlD'Rouais ' Noble 122 131 167: Plce Osrn 16 151 142 L. 8corS Hdcp. 49 4 491 187 111 i 158 121 17S I 13 139 349 115 231 171 1J3 (1 114 1 PUMPKIN Spice Bread (or cake) just like any other fancy bread is eaten sliced with butter. It Is very good. Directions; Cream together one-half cup shortening and one cup sugar. Add two eggs unbeaten to the creamed mixture and beat well. Add one cup pumpkin. Sift two cups flour, three teaspoons baking powder, salt, one teaspoon cloves, one-half teaspoon nutmeg, two teaspoons cinnamon. Add alternately to first mixture with one cup milk. Stir in one-half cup chopped dates. Bake in a loaf pan at 350 degrees. Slice and spread with butter. Miss J.M.C. New Combination Is Lucille's Choice LUCILLE BALL Introduces a new color combination in her recently purchased ensemble of dove gray and periwinkle blue. The swagger eoat of rich gray duvetyn boasts a full swing back, self -material cord ing outlining the high turned - down collar. Broad cuffs on the three-quarter length bell sleeves is an outstanding feature of the occasion. Underneath, Lucille wears a heavy silk crepe dress of contrasting blue emphasizing the pencil slim silhouette and featuring a high draped bodice, trimmed at the neck with self-material cording. Gray accessories and an off-the-face felt hat complete the outfit. NEW YORK Every honest family should be able to live in a healthy house, said John Laing, a British home builder here to aid a New York committee In a drive for better housing. Star Dust This Quaint Frock Is Thrift Leader Any . Little Girl Would Love Its Attractive Features ism frock for your daughter so easily and quickly! There's not a little girl 1 who wouldn't love the snug bodice, button-back closing, and smart box pleats that mother knows will resist the strain of hard duty behind the desk all winter long. You'll find It so simple to make for your youngest child that you'll stitch up another version for her older sister. Spiced with gay buttons, pattern 6162 Is equally fetching made up in a wide variety of colorful fabrics. Choose flower-spangled percale, checked gingham, plaid wool for everyday wear, and dotted swlsa for partying. The complete diagrammed Marian Martin sew chart's your guide In the making. Pattern 1182 may be ordered only In children's sizes 3, 4, 6, S and 10. Size ft requires J'i yards 36-lnch fabric and "4 yard contrast. Send 20 cents for this pattern 10 coins or stamps looins preferred). PATTERN ORDER FORM Nam Address ,,,, , Size Number Address all mail orders to Edmonton Journal Pattern Department. Edmonton, Alberta. Allow 10 days for delivery. OPPOSE DIVORCE v OTTAWA, Oct. 29. FUttSntb annual convention of the Archdiocese of Ottawa Catholic Women's League passed a resolution calling for united and vigorous opposition to divorce, birth control and sterilization. LONDON Books issued with the national "Keep Pit" campaign stress the necessity for the recreational side, and commend swimming, skipping and dancing as beneficial to both sexes. PHOCFEIUNB auiokhr leh IsacUaf, stssp-rebbiag serves gsia at vitality. The llasp soundly, and ( tarauga its) Say with as taarrjr. lake just a law scoSMssscal imps daily. GetPnoSFERINEfraBewdrsajiiit. ! Mc, 11.00 and 11.90. g PHOSFMNEffiK TT'S fun to be thrifty . . . 'specially . when you can make this quaint 751 75 133 i 754 07 1045 MACDONAI.D HOTEL LEA OLE Mixed S Fins Daray 1 Rallinttr The Physiology of Vision By Jackson Bros. Eyesight Specialist AT Ol'R FOUNTAIN! CHERRY NUT SUNDAE 10c LIGGET'S Owl Drug Co., Ltd. Jasper Ave. and 101st St. 1 Special Friday and Saturday . rtt Covard I MThs'n ! Coward I M'Ph's'n Wat Hdcp. tu m 35, Wall Hants Dorsy Edward! Hlem Chassse Wilson 10 830 1101 1 "dep' 190 113 222 ' 171 203 208 159 112 370 160 180 301 I 171 1 SOOiHOll fer 171 174 133 Senattl 310 183 157, Lilts 204 147 185!oll'tr 180 193 17S Seiattl 53 53 531 H 17 137 1 113 131 154 303 133 145 154 1(3 S03 154 144 SOI " - M D'sld II ,7 !IS!Melnick ISO 104 . 1S4 - M5nae.0 130 120; U 8C0 184 I 1(H) 100 100! Ne Method 4S3S 8031 191 137 40 311 139 104 t Harris I Lesnta ' 157 IMS 151 Lemp're 175 124 154'Wnoda J01 160 Ml 111 157 119 Kellaa 230 110 1431 Robert'n 1S3 137 42 ! 11 117 104 Lemplere 135 228 148 Kellers 137 '.Si 163 Harris 375 197 184; L. ScorS 175 110 15S I Hdcp. 33 23 231 j 1 Ruse i Harris I Smith 1 Pearm'fl Lslrd ' Hdcp. 4(1 791 M4 " ' 114 ISA 308 DAIZien lou -10 139 305 IliThomp n 178 321 1481 Dunn 147 147 l5l!Canf'ld 1S 101 167iThomp'n 53 53 63 11s 10Q no i eeo 178 lit 137 ' "oner 1S6 302 148 I JjW 154 173 161 j W011 28 683 74 455 S71 M4 Chahlty ' I tatf Chahley. 113 30S 153IMartln' 189 11 144 St 886 711 ! (71 1131 nowflaks A 1 Campbell's Farn. pnllnrt 212 2h5 1421 Heath 154 31B 236 106 188 a03Ureairy 111 170 147; Woodruff 153 11 136'Sprsgue 191 194 1711 Scott Hdcp. 148 127 129'Colem'n 211 176 178,Hreh' 179 173 17 GllfJ ' 184 158 199!Lut 43 43 43! 79 863 t74 127 137 188 103 137 130 63 145 123 335 288 it Curtis Dennis Val'tlne Sherwin 118 125 205 9S 114 113 168 178 1S9 178 117 113 28 28 it 73 923 7981 44 778 957 19 S83 JR. COMMERCIAL LEAGL'E Ladies' 5 Plin Avenus Theatre Vpia-Dawns Hopwood 184 147 166 Threiher 143 1M 132 Embleton 94 113 147 Dame 139 104 Gray 120 143 136 Hartson 144 111 lit Gordon 141 98 133 Dsme 123 109 Slater 139 204 149 ROJM 148 131 10 Hdcp. 63 61 86 Mack , 111 130 That Dashing Fashion at, QL DUD'S High Suede and Handsome $5.95 ... for Sheer Foot Flattery We recommend these high front suedes, as comfortable as they are beautiful. $2-95 to Every New Fall Style and Material It Here! LORD'S brings the world of fashion to your feet Including suede In black, brown, green, burgundy and multi-colors; open toes, perforations, cross-straps, step-ins, Illusion silhouettes, In fact everything that's ne and smart for Pall. OVER 300 STYLES. 101 it St., Opp. Rialto Theatre 730 764 17' N.A.lj. foal I ; 61ialen M'Elroy Bowie Lake Jenls 154 123 176Jone 129 125!810COmb4 107 137 115iMofIatt 114 153 107i Simpson 111 lit 104 Henninf iMoRatt I Hdcp. -I 745 7l S71 C.K.K. 95 1S4 171 60 71 73 134 122 73 46 135 171 132 71 106 74 St 90 17 178 7371 . tOO 9S S93 Aminos I Hojal Indiana Thorn 109 99 75 M'C'tney 111 301 111 Roach 129 135 115 Boyle 147 153 153 Graham 163 140 117iDelmsr 314 130 153 Innea 110 113 137( Whlteh'n 141 19 139 Woodw'd 123 15S 107 L. Score 109 99 75 Hdcp. 10 130 130 754 765 771. 734 (54 130 Merrymakers ! Stefedoree Cle'elH 133 156 148 Saunders 151 lit 133 Mitchell 150 111 146 Brown 104 143 106 M M l'.an 311 138 120 Youns 127 150 104 Cic elli, 147 155 169 Fryer 134 17 13 Gcrlock 334 187 111 I Score 133 111 130 Hdcp. 70 7 0 70 The eye Is certainly the most useful as it is the most wonderful of 11 our organs of special sense. The organs of touch, taste, and smell, in order to perform their functions, must be placed in actual contact with the foreign substances "which excite their activity; but the sense of sight is . not so limited, but Is equally sensitive to the impressions of light, whether it comes from an object close at hand,. or from the immeasurable distances of the fixed stars. The , eye is in more direct connection with the brain and mind than is any other organ, and thus it often expresses the strongest passions and the most tumultuous emotions, as well as the gentlest thoughts and most delicate sentiments. Much of this external intelligence that dwells in the eyes is marred in persons who squint or who are near-sighted. How often are we influenced in our own judgment of the character of others, whom we meet for the first time, by the expression of their eyes. The cavity of the eyeball is like a room with but one window, where all the light which enters comes from the front, and necessarily strikes the back wall of the apartment. Images of external objects are formed in the eye exactly as they are formed in a photographer's camera, where they fall upon a chemically sensitive plate and are made permanent by the chemical changes induced by light. In the eye they fall upon the nervously sensitive retina, and the impression they make is immediately conveyed to the brain by the fibres of the optic nerve, so that it is really not the eye that sees, but the brain, as it is only after the brain takes cognizance of the image that is formed In the eye, that the visual act is complete. " i After reading the above you can readily see why so many people suffer headaches through eyestrain, as it affects the brain. Our eyesight clinic is open every day except Sundays and holidays for your convenience. Make use of it to reliable people we extend our easy payment plan, enabling them to wear their glasses while paying for them. For your appointment, Call, Write or Phone 21747. JACKSON BROS., JEWELERS LTD. OPTICIANS AND OPTOMETRISTS 9962 Jasper Avenue Edmonton, Alt. 7t 747 7051 713 74 S63 STENOS LEACiCE Ladies' S Pins ore Grips I Maiwaias Rooters Ilea Colvln Banter Shants Hdcp. 149 149 i Fowler 176 83 Westcott 114 131 IHastie 95 139 Arnett 155 108 (Rlddell 108 106 l 14418 0 65 146 144 139 93 144 161 i SHELDON'S BIG FALL SALE Big Savings for CUy and Country Folk Be Surt to Listen to Our Radio Program each Day at 12:55 noon CFRN WINTER UNDERWEAR Men's heavy random flewe combination. "Sen-ond." Sliet 34 to 46 90c WORK SHIRTS flannel, mi 69c Of totron flannel, mottled rey. Sliea 15 to SNOW SUITS All wool Blanket Cloths. Choice of colon. A .m AH Sizes t to i3Vl yean BOYS' SWEATERS All wool Jumbo knit. Bllrk or brown. Slits 26 to 34. $1 79 MEN' OVERALLS -or.. red hack drnlm, anas; proof. Also tmorks. Size 34 to 44. $1.69 Soap, P. O. GROCERIES 10 bar' 39c KISSES, Wrapped. ' 15C TOMATOES, atk tins st m choice qual . M$ avC Ity. iH't... I'LAM IS, am lbs a asr Freshly 3 2jC roaited ... as-... 3 "- t9c TEA. Nabob, m asr lb -45c BROOMS 5-String Special, 29c MEN'S UNDERWEAR Heavy welfht wool ribbed combinations. A sj Size 38 to 44 ... e 1 y L) GIRLS' COATS Fur trimmed novelty tweed! In neat styles. Warmly Interlined. Bizet I to 6 years. 04.95 Stockings Botany wool in fawn shade. . . . "Substandard." Sizes 7 to 10. 35c MEN'S FALL CAPO 90c GirU' Bloomers Heavy fleece lined. Colon: Peach, navy. All sizes. 35c LADIES' SHOES Special clearance pumps, straps, oxfords, all s4z In the lot. ssrrr.?:.... 0190 LADIES' Winter Coats With fur collars, made la wool treebark, blanket elothd and all wool dlat onal eoatlnis. W ell lined and Interlined. Extra, Special 09.95 Superlative Value, in Richly Furred Coata. s . Special 0 a 2.95 Doneial tweeds, rayon lined TAMO All wool In many shade 29c New Fall Shades and Stylet 90c to $1.7S BOYS' SUITS 93.95 Check tweeds, z-plece suits. sport back. Sizes tS to 32 GIRLS' School SHOES Oxfords or straps, solid leather. Sizes 11 to t .... nuuu itrtms. ittri $1.59 Flannelette Sheeting 0 Inches wide, plain trey 4 S5T-............. 49c 70S sea Marshall Wells Spink Earner DaUlson Bsher Olaen Hdcp. 141 ii 133 124 97 S3 148 13 147 144 7 7 I I: - Chorley -Kint - McLean -; Hague . -I Cobea 03 654 1st aerial 119 12S 113 130 304 134 144 197 t 123 10 tit Ednosdoras i Black'd 209 177 I Arnold 132 201 Heaven'r 237 lot ; Foster 174 12 ) Marshall 164 304 36 tlD Rot.1 Ale. I H Mratt -INIsbet -I Flak -I Nlabet -, L. Score ! Hdcp. 637 701 Imp 121 131 139 157 141 97 310 131 1!S3 lot 31 3 lx.!hiiii !) tnr am liiik ii ihunn Smith zmksn Glows M'C'tney Let Hdcp. 129 144 101 41 110 71 It 156 60 12S 107 107 -i Rlddell Andar'n -I Dodda -: Csrr -!L. Score 791 Its Leaaors If 117 149 102 113 123 lit 121 0 (1 Coles Kossm'B Stacey Stent WMim'n Hdcp. S95 77 Flnatlrs 179 21S 122 153 141 309 122 355 130 161 24 34 I 467 627 Detendania .1 Perry Letts Home Kyn'tley Park't'n L. Score 203 0 136 177 142 123 nt lti 123 153 711 1034 Bk. at Commerce Douglas I Ruasell Chiiflin McKay Dell Hdcp. 134 316 164 334 131 113 153 141 133 10 I Law Otter Frith Rose Stewart Hdcp. 724 149 Clrlra 53 50 154 lit 140 117 133 137 150 154 44 64 769 713 Nerr-Nes Patt'l'n Hackett Reld Gray Lock'by 131 159 162 337 lit 113 154 141 173 339 74i Pallia Brown Werner I Ramsey H Moroney Capers 193 174 176 163 131 154 115 134 133 139 493 771 793 751 A.C.T. I-ArtlE.' I.EAGI E Ladles' 5 Pins Hum Bufa Elliott 114 135 Marker 304 129 Everett 143 1st Murray lit 79 Hauler 94 121 74 429 Willies Bleteher 133 171 Canlleld 17 143 DeLlale 95 154 Maxwell 113 WlUlam'n 139 lit ' I 129' Kerr 111! Brown 133' Brown 14H Jacobs lit! Jacques Hopefuls 100 164 lit 133 104 104 Hi 143 71 151 44 (4 161 135 97 66S 603 419 Hit and Miss 147!Maddreas 131 104 111 O Cramck 153 124 111 131: Stewart 119 106 -14 3 Uask 34 96 121 14 42 753 485) MS Ml 713 Blackbirds I Alibis Napier 130 90 143 Dollih'n 195 lit 273 McLrod 113 120 320 Shore 141 17 19 Bones 131 133 139 Brown 137 113 97 Booths 130 344 375 Castor 113 1M 171 Blackm'r 152 143 130 Brennan 151 131 132 166 730 S97 797 734 743 TourUta left over I14.500.O0O iCuba in the lan fiscal year. In Tftej hung their washing out together A dance showed which used Pearl ty ORDINARY washing can leave dirt behind Petrlntver. Actual test) by housewives proved Pearl wishing to be many shades whiter, tnd without any hard rubbing or scrubbing. A few minutes, at most, of the lightest rubbing proved sufficient. Similar tests proved that Pearl White Naptha gives i quicker lather that standi up longer and washti entirely clean in warm water. No need to redden your hands with "hot water when you use Pearl. Start uting Pearl White Naptha now, and see for yourself the extra whitcnesi of your Pearl-washed linens compared with the article left in your linen cupboard. And remember, Pearl ii gentle and safe it acts on the dirt only, never on the fabric. SAVE THE WRAPPERS far Valuable Gifts Th Royal Crown Sopj Ltd. P 8187 Winnipeg Calgary V.ncouvar V CnAII If I 1 1 I 1 METROPOLITAN STORES If I LIMITED U AT ii lOlit STREET AT 101A AVENUE, EDMONTON tjf HOSIERY Ladles' Celanese Hose. Chiffon and semi-service weight Fashioned. Dull finish. Streteh-eas top. Site l!i to 104. Hankies Ladles' cotton hankies. Hand embroidered corners. Hem stitched ed-lni. 10c Sleepers Kiddies' fleece lined sleepers. Novelty pocket. Drop seat. Pink, blue and white. 79c Purses lAillrV handbags In the newest styles. Mark and brown. Pouch and underarm styles. 51.00 Gloves . Mens pls-tej (loves. I'nllned. Llitht shade. All sixes. Dome fastening pair, $1.19 1 I Hallowe'en Novelties FALSE Q for r FACES ...... a) DC FALSE FACES. r Each DC HORNS. C Each DC Black and Orange CREPE PAPER. 1 C - Roll IDC HALLOWE'EN COSTUMES .. fl1 AA CANDY Hallowe'en a Kisses, !,-Ib sC h Chocolate Coated Nut I Caramels , I H-lb IDC Peanut and Cocoanut I Toffee, a 1 K-lb iUC Hallowe'en Hum- bugs, !i-lb. . Filled FrniU. 1 -lb 10c 12c Is Peppermint Patties. Small site. n H-lb IDC I 1 BEAUTY PARLOR HaU continue to fly away from the face, makinc new hair style a necessity. Look your best in that new Fall hat with Coiffure individually styled by onr operator. For appointment, Phone M445. Millinery Indies' new fall felts. Latest styles, . , New fall shades. - $1.00 Linen Doilies Appllqued arast linen dollies . . , Natural shad. Round, ohlont and oval shapes. 10c to 25c Underwear Men's plum combinations. Good heavy quality. But-tun and hut-txinlewi. SiKes 31 to 44. $1.00 Bathrobes Kiddles' bathrobes. Satin bound collar. Cord belt. Fine selection of colors. $1.19 1 I I COLLARS Ladies' Dresa Collar. New smart style. Really smart assortment to choose from. Colors, white, pink, 29c -39c 50c GROCERY SPECIALS CREAMERY Bl'TTER .Metro politan Brand In one-pound prints. Every pound cuarantred First i lbs. tirade GAINERS' BACON Side, sliced, per lb Bark, sliced, per lb. , GAINERS' BOLOGNA, sliced, per lb ORANGES, Matsumaa, Medium size, per dozen APPLES, C lbs. Mcintosh Reds ..." GRAPES, Tokays, per lb CANNED TOMATOES, Prlile of Okanaran. In 1 fl No. 2U le tin, each .. UC OKI, MUZ NIHLETS, per tin 89c 28c 13c 22c 25c 11c 11c 7c Pac- 25c CANNED SO CPS, Avlmer Tomato, Vegetable or Cream of Oys ter, In lO-ox, tins, each CANNED MILK, Carnation, Pac ific or Alpine, o for In tall tins DR. JACKSON'S ROMAN nm MEAL, per package I C BLACK LABEL PINEAPPLE, Sliced, crushed or . i enhes, per tin IOC Ml It KAY'S ASSORTED JAMS, In 4-lb. tins, each JOC CANNED CORN', Choice quality In golden or white. 1ft. per tin UC CAN MID S ALMON . Clover Leaf Fancy Pink In tall tins, each 10c HtNIER'S CHEESE, H-'b. 9 pkt.a 4. COFFEE, fresh ground, per lb COFFEE, Nabob, Blue Ribbon or Maxwell House, 0C ner lb J0C TEA, Nabob or Blue Ribbon, per lb SALT, Iodized or plain It 7. 2-lb. pkts., each SI OAR WAFERS, Vanilla At or Chocolate, oer lb WHITE BEAN'S, 2-lb cello bac. each . . . N ABOB JELLY POWDERS, all C tot flavor. PRINCESS SOAP f for FLAKBS ... ..... 4.9C for OC- 18c .46c 10c 23c

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