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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1917.
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JAMAICA, H.Y.
Euf ferine; Cured by Med!
) cine Recommended by
Sister-nvLr.
Jamaica, N. Y. "I tuCcrcd crcatty
with my bead and with backache, was
weak, cizzy, ner
rout, with hot
flashes and felt very
miserable, as I was
irregular for two
years. Oneday
when I was feeling
anajaally bad my
sister-in-law came
in and aald, 'I
wish yon would try
Lydia E. Pinkham'i
Compound So I
tepan taking it and I am sow in good
health and am cured. I toolc the Com
pound three, times a day after meals,
and on retiring at night. ' I always keep
bottle in the bouse,'-Mrs. L. N.
utkam( 235 South St, Jamaica, N.Y.
' Women who recover their health nat--
h It. A.Tt .1 l ! .1 .1
v fccu uuiers wdai oeipea uiem.
v rome write and allow their names and
photographs to be published with testi
tnoniala. Many more tell their friends.
IVrito Lydia E. Pinkham Medi
'.'. cine Co. (confidential), Lynn,
Mass, for anything you need to
Unovr about foor ailments;;
Sterling Silver
Rhinestone Pins
Exact r duplicates of the
Platinum Diamond Brooches.
Also see ;cirr. American Flag
Fins, Lapel Buttons, Set Pins
and. Cuff Links. -'- r:: . '
H. Culman Co., Ltd.
Fort .and Hotel Sts.
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Fancy
madef to order at any time.
Tlieyre; jipepared by an
.rxpt'rt; pastr' cook and
Imkcrvio a bipr, sanitary
ki(clien?and bakeslioiC
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. v .M .Xr-My baked ,
l".. Pies,-
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: A v CcfTce' Ca kes,. ; I x ;
.! ;T;;'Honey Cakes, ' u ; ;
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Hntpl n Mr Port ..
Who ' Oriplnatcd..
Thf iSchcmo bf
' Quarter Pounds ' 1
It Is Tho 1917
Idea in Butter
Distribution
try irtroVftsLf' '
cf ICO Feints.
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EEAL ESTATE
STOCKS and BONDS
INSURANCE
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! TJII-: FOOTMGHT PRODUCTION
The Buddha of the Hills" will be
i prescntc d by The Footlights Clab to
t to
ven -
an expectant auOienee tomorrow even
; ing at the handsome diamond Head
Inr i the handsome Iamond Head
lesicence of lr. and Mrs. Charles
Adams. The flm production will be
given this evening to invitea rnena
while tomorrow evening the general
u. 1 A 4m tfivilfti. f V AAtM A
iUV v"1
eeas aie 10 oe seni 10 wounaea
I French artistH fund to care for the
j men who oTierea their au and gave
J renerously for their country.
i .!..! t- j ..r
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jlUC IJUIIIC Will LTC llItT
! for the episode of the romance and
the attractions of the site and the play
Lave already insured an excellent as
r embly.
The cast Includes the cleverest
members of The Footlights Club,
among them being Mrs. Charles Judd,
Mrs. A. L. Castle, Mrs, George Potter
and the three Misses Raymond, Mrs.
R. J. lluchly. Mr. Ned Steel. Mr.
George Po'ter, Mr. ' William . Lewers,
Mr. Parker. Mr. William Warren," Mr.
Lambert, Mr. Charles. Judd, and Mr.
Watson Dallentyne. An altogether
charming and entertaining evening in
anticipated.
The cast will be as follows:
ftuddha .Mr. Buchly
Kitogaya , ....... .....,Mr. Potter
Kamuramura ....Mr. Steel
The Lover ........ .......Mr. Lewers
.Mr!. Parker
1 be Priest .......
The Fisherman ..
First Samoural ..
.Mr. Warren
C.r. Mr. Lambert
Second ' Samoural . Mr. Charles Judd
Third Samourai.,...'..Mr. Dallentyne
Fourth Samoural. . ........ ,Mr. Lucas
The Mother....... .Mrs. Charles Judd
The Daughter.... Mrs. Harold Castle
1 The Attendant ...Mrs. Potter
First Maid . ........ ...Miss Raymond
i Second Maid . ...4.r.'. .r v.
v ,.r. Miss Catherine Raymond
Tickets at Cunba'a Music Stored
.JPRErA'RA.TIONS FOR NpTADLE
.Vi,iiL.WEDDING
The near approach of the, wedding
of Miss Rose Herbert and Mr. Mar
shall Henshaw has brought Miss 11a
j Ward to Honolulu, for she Is to be a
, bridal, attendant as well as Miss Violet
Makee, who is Miss Herbert s Cousin.
t)f the two attendants a recent note
in the social columns of the San Fran- J
Cisco Chronicle said: ,
"Miss -Violet McKee and Miss Ila
Ward shared the honors at several
social affairs given prior to their de
parture for the Hawaiian Islands. They
I left yesterday for Honolulu,' where
' Miss Ward will visit Miss Rose Her
t bert. She will 'be on s of the brides
; maids- at the w eddlng of Miss Herbert
'and Marshall Henshaw, which will be
ah eent of June and which, will be
. one of the notable affairs in the Ha
waiian Islands.' ; . ' ;
"Society on both sides of the bay
Lwlll te interested In this announce-
ment, as Miss Herbert has , visited
here on . several occasions and .has a
large ; circle' of friends Itf- this city.
She Is a niece of Mrs, Edward Tenney
and Mrs. Helen Noonan, who are close
friends of Mrs. William O.; Irwin ana
Mrs. Henry Foster Dutton.
j "Mrs! Noonan and Mr. and Mrs. Ten
ney also tailed this week for their
hemes in the Hawaiian Islands, after
a pleasant visit here. V
"Miss Wllhelmlna Tenney,' the, only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teoney, who
is taking a course in settlement work
in Boston, Mass will return; to Hono
lulu In time for the wedding at which
she will be the maid of honor. -
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DlS.NR-DANC AT THE; PIS-
, - ANTON , , f.
! this evening the Pleasanton will be
one of the gayest and most joyful
places In town, for nith five ocean
liners in and their olficers as guests
of the hotel for the evening, it prom
ises ta La rcf$ gay. "
AFromJ6!C0 to h:3Q the Royal Hawai
ian band will play. A special dinner
is being served fcr which many reser
rations have been bnade. After, din
ner the exhlMUon fit Hawaiian danc
ing will be i?resented, thus Uie regular
w eekly, dance. of. the hotel which, by
the way, has becoire a feature, will
"be "tSetli version for-thev festrot the
evening ? J t'"-". rr:"trt.-f
air tPortef is entertaining 'a. 'dozen
gue?t and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Helser
have reserved a table for iUnr- guests,
Many other smaller parties" have rtw
served Cables' and" a: jolly eveuiitls
anticipate. -7. ; ...,'.-
TES CERE FACT JIIAT
Scott'Si Era
is generoudy usfed in
tuberculosis camps is
proof positive that it is
the hiost energizing prepa
ration in' the world." It
' has power to create power.
; It warms and nourishes
-it enriches the blood.
stops loss of flesh and
builds you up , -; -x
CCOTTC KS PlinZ HID niCII
fJID fTIEE ftx:.i ALCOHOL
. 8coUatBorwB.Btoomfield.K.J. . 16-44
: LOANS
SAFE DEPOSIT
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COI AND MRS HOWELL HONORED.
Col. and Mrs. Daniel 'Howell, who'
' arrived Sunday from Honojulu and are
J guests at the Hotel Cecil, were feted -
t-TaW ani Mr Wafoa at a iinnr'
' at the Palace Hotel on Thursdav even-;
jng
Asked to meet them were Brig.-i
; Gen. and, Mrs. Robert K. Evans. Mr.
iand Mrs. James Howell. Mr. and Mrs.!
Richard Sprague. Miss Auguta Ames.
j William Sanborn and J
ew York.
C. ( arson oTj
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Col. and Mrs. Howell are t'ae parents-
?f M"- ya,e?' S.?n ,f!'.Iw- James !
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noweii. Ol
Howell will be here fo
t a month, when he will leave for his!
fuuon on ine uoracr. .Mrs. tioweii!
w ill not accompany hini. but will oc-
cupy a home at the Presidio. San i
FYancisco Call.
CLIFT HOTEL LUNCHEON ;
Mrs. Lee Colt Burnham was hostess!
at a luncheon yesterday at the Clift
Hotel In compliment to Mrs. Frank j
Armstrong cf Honolulu, who leaves
next week for her island home. Ask-j
ed to greet Mrs. Armstrong were Mes
dames. Walter Barnwell, William'
Hamilton Morrison, J. Eugene Free
man, Henry Roscnfeld, Randolph V.
Whiting, Prentiss Cobb Hale, George
a Morgan, Jr Eugene Bresse, Clar
ence Crowell, William Cushlng Ede,
Frederick Knight, Wlckbam Havens,
Robert S. Browne. Mai Her Searles. I
WHWam G. Henshaw, Robert M. FiU-J
Berald and Misses Carrie Nicholson
!and Mona Crellin. San Francisco Call.
R ETURNtfD - FROM HONOLULU
'"I Mrs. Jessie Brainerd, who left here
five months gw for ft trip to Honolulu,
arrived; home yesterday and is at pres
ent occupying her home on the corn
erXixtb and C streets. Mrs. Brain
erd arrived in San Francisco Wednes
day and at this city yesterday. She
reports having had a pleasant trip and
brings, the newt that tb remainder of
the Petal u mans who have been at the
island are coming home next month.
Mrs. Coggshal had planned to reach
home at the same time as her broth"
er,James Elder, and Miss Coggshallf
arrive from ; South America.-Petalu-ma,
Cal., Courier.' J-
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MAN FROM HAWAII VISITING
ABBSY FAMILY
. ! Uobert Elder and daughter Betty,
who., returned last Sunday from the
Hawaiian islands, are visiting at the
'iiome.of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Abbey.
Mr. and. Mrs. Elder left about a year
ago fcr the Islands, Mrs. Elder to
liach school and Mr. Elder to accept
a . foremanshlp on a plantation. The
fatter, was obliged to return to the
States on account of illness while Mrs.
Elder will remain until the close: of
the school in June. Mrs. Elder is the
daughter of E. E. Tefft of this city.
Anacortes, Wash American. . i
VALOJIA i UAmikttO' HONOk Tm As.
' -. -V-'; DAM: MELBA-.:-:"-'. ; '':
: Madam Melba was the honor guest
at a dance given by the management
of the Moana Hotel on Tuesday even
ing. ! A large' number of society folk
took this means of coming and bid
dining the famous prima donna aloha,
for she Is leaving for Australia, Madam
Melba is accompanied by Lady Susan
Fitzclarence. .
j-It is with sincere regTet that she
goes and an equally sincere regret of
all ilonolulans follow this famous wo
man.. About 3C0 guests were in the
dining room,.:.--
MR. C. U. STODDArtD A DINNER
: 1 ' .HOST.. .
t . Mr, C. Mi Stoddard , was ' a" dinner
host cn Tuesday evening at the Moana
Hotel. A basket r cf dainty , spring
floweYs made a pretty centerpiece.'
Mr.. Stoddard's guests were . Mrs.
Rivers, . Miss Rivers, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Cunha, Mr. and Mrs David
Dowsett.' MrsL Edward Fuller WitselL
Misa Merrm. r Lieut! Charles Lyman,
Dr. r White, , Dr.- Harry Deiber, Lieut
Edward F. WitseU,Mr.-Forsythe and
Alf: Jl McBoyle.1 After dinner, danc
ing wis the evening's diversion, ;'
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s f HOfE FItOM, HONOLULU ,
U After an absence "of the paif four
months Wallace, eldest son of M r.
and Mrs. E. M. Reblnson, has returned
to his home In Fortuca. The time
hai been spent by Mr. Robinson in
Honolulu, where he was employed as
quartermaster on a steamer plying be
tween.. Honolulu. Kahulul and Kaana
tall. Ills friends are glad to see him
back In Fortuna again. Eureka Cal
Standard. , .......
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MISS NETTIE- BARRACLQUGH A
t , DINNER HOSTESS .
t Miss Nettie Barrarfbugh was a din
ner, hostess on Sunday evening. A
l asket filled wkih pink roses and lace
fecn adorned the tale center. After
dinner te evenin? was snent listen-
ing- to the vCorelli trio. .Miss Barra-
c!cu?h"s guetts were Col. and'" Mrs.
WPI-ani Pratt Kendall. Madame licur-
gardler and Col. R. G. Ebert
' : - ' '
. Miss Susanne Gregory, niere of
Capt. Jemes Gregory cf thc Kinau,
was tendered a birthday party at, her
home -ft the PierMnt Hotel. Waikikl.;
last nfrlit by Misn Elizabeth Danielson
and other, friends.- Tlio enterta'Dment f
..-ncf cf aA . f era rti Aa "ctrr'tM on.'l
dinefnr on th lunul follnrve 1 and
jendi with a swimming tatty, at ih?.,
endof the nier. ice creim ni ca'a
were served nnd TonvN .Hawaiian
quintet played characteristlo music. :
Several couples were Tretr.t
. , , , ,, .
; Mrs. S.'H. Iwton and children re-
turned from Honolulu Ian week on
the transport Sherman. Lieut Law-
ton is attached to the cruiser st. ixiuis
at that poiV On the way here from r
Fan Francisco Mrs. Ijiwton was taken
111. and' upon- her arrival at the yard
was taken immediately to the home of
her sister, Mrs. E. G. Morsel!. Vallejo,
Cal., Times.
f f
Cait. and a-in. .WilMi AVti n ar 1
4.
janied by ills- Miriam Hwin. left for,
Pan Fram-fsc-r tn Tuesday, from
whore they will sail fr Honolulu. ;
Miss Ewins will regain in Honolulu
for seme time Jfter Mr, and Mrs.!
I lfer return to the btitea. vUitmz ,
fr.ends. rtrt.znd. ure..
Tc.e 'ram.
, rZn:JSl
.rV" "W'a .r,;, : v"'v
rlT?aga"nt three years here. They have
mafia fnr tKtpmsplvps a nlpasanf anrial
fr.ho aH aII thrfP ,viI1 h niiaMv
and sincerely missed. A hearty aloha
gorg whh t:ein from Honolulu' folk.
Mr. and -Mrs. n. U . rr.rvis oi i
Honalulu. w ho have been staying at
i. the Cecil hotel fo. tne last six months i
left Tuesday, for the Last. They were i
I 9frmnhSin!pH liv tlipir fl:illrhtpr Miss i
giiburn Purvis' and Mrs. A. C. Pick-j
nt .,in!ii s. Vranrisrr, chnv !
nicle.
Dr. and Mrs. ( aris O'Day
have re
turned to Honolulu to make their
home here alter several years' ab
sence in Portland. They are torn
fortably domi:iled at the Hawaiian
Hotel in the Keretania avenue cot
tage. !
Mr. and. Mrs. C. C. Kennedy of Hilo j
are in tow:n and guests at the Young, i
vf r K'pnnedv. to the deeu cratification
of his friends, is greatly improved in,
health and with a few weeks here a 1
big .improvement is hoped for.
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Mrs. Victoria Ward. Miss Kulumanu
Ward and Mrs. R. C Booth were incom
ing passengers . on ilie Manoa. It is
nearly a year since Mrs. Ward and
Miss Ward left here and a very warm
welcome is being extended the threo
returned travelers.
The Maui wnl carry away a very
large passenger list cf lecal j'oIk, who
have to travel on this splendidly equip
ped steamer. However, many of the
passengers w ho came ' down in her
will remain a month before returning.
1 ;.
Miss Elise Shlrtser, a cousin of Mrs.
A. Gartenberg, who has been the
house-guest of this pleasant household
for the past two months, leaves for
her San Francisco home on the sec
ond of May. .'" '
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. Lieut, and Mrs, George Tooley have
moved from then quarters in the 25th
Cantonment to ' Fort Kamehameha,
where Dr. Tooley has been transferred
for duty. He was, until recently, with
the 32d Inf. - 0
t ,j, 4, -4, ''
Mrs. Albert Waterhouse is leaving
for Singapore, where shewill jolit Mr.
Waterhcuse and remains six months
and then return to Honolulu. .-Tho
Waterlfoupe children arc remaining In
Honolulu r '..'':' "''?. 'aJn !' "
- jl rr J. A. Puck, who s kMbeaviiy in
teres.ted In Hakalau plantation on Ha
waii and Honolulu -plantation on Oahu,
and .Mrs. Buck came down on the
Maui. This is their first visit In a
year y .
,.. .' . 4. ...
Mrs. Mary B. Eichler, v,ho has been
visiting in Walla Walla for the past
year, left yesterday for San Francisco
on her way to her ' home in Honolulu.
Walla Walla, Wash., Bulletin.
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Mrs. .H... M. trnick, sister of,. Mrs.
Charles Ferbcs, irom Norfolk, Virgi
nia, is. here visiting, to reniain six
.weeks jonger. - This is Mrs. Ccrnick's
ef.cnd visit Lo Honoi-i.
'Mrs. Charles Aiuerton, to the grati
fication of her' large circle of friends,
iy'reebvering very nicely from her ap
pendicitis operation, and will be home
shortly from the hospital.
. ' V -
Mr. and Mrs. J. U i.uckenbar-k f
the Luckenback Steamship Company
are Honolulu -visitors coming aown
on the. Maui. They are in love with
Houclu'u. ' r
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'Mrs. Frank H. Richardson was a
bridge hostess on Tuesday, honoring
her sitter, Mrs. Harriet Lecker, who
leaves for her California 'home on the
Maui.
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Mrs. C. F. Eckart of Olaa is a town
visitor, coming in on Tuesday's Mauna
Kea. .
,'..'. '
Mrs. Geo. R. Carter. Miss Elizabeth
and Robert Carter of Honolulu have
been at ths LaureMn-t he-Pines, Lake
wood, New Jersey, for several weeks.
r n lred flCnUlS feet ICelrC-
. II freshed after an. application
. cf Sloan 8 'Liniment, do not
: nneritM anr! sonifies
"f" penetrates ana SOOtfies.
Cleaner than mussy plasters or
ointments, does not stain the skin.
r , i t
Have f bottle handy tor fnCUv
mauc pains, neuralgia, fiour, ium
bago, sprains, strains, toothache,
bruises and muscle soreness.
bruises and muscle soreness.
At all druggists, 25c 50c. and $1JX1.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry F, Damon, who
litre been on the matn'aml for several
n-onths. are exiwtel home oa the
Matscnia.
Mr. jnd Mr. Ftoyo Emman-s. ho
1 left several months a so for a tour of
the East, arc expected rn the Matso-
nia.
.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. liella entertained
a half dozen guests for dinner at the
Mcana Hotel on Tuesday evening.
Miss Mamie Flood, who has leen
m the coast for two months, is boo
ed to return on the .Matsrnfa.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Ma goon
were incoming pasengers on tne
Manoa from lfae mainla
inland.
Mr anI frc William Minlnn Imvo
for an extended visit to the mainland
n h.d m.j.,1
Mrs. J. H. Hughes was an arrival
on the Manca from the mainland on
Tuesday.
10FGWN
hv not visit the Roof Garden after .
the show? Dancing every-night from
nine to twelve, music furnished by the:
famous Russian orchestra.
Tiffin and supper are now served;
on the roof and smart people ire seen
there daily entertaining their friends.
-Adv. . ,
) DAILY REMINDERS:
Make some of today' want ads
serve YOU by answering a few of
them. - ' '. ;
Wanted Two more passengers for
motor party around Island, 4 each.
Lewis Garagephone 2141. ;AdVi, ,
Don't forget the big clearance; sale
at Yee Chan & Co., Where bargains
reign supreme. '
For Distilled Water, Hire'a Root
Beer and all other Popular Drinks
try the Con. Sooa Water Worka Ca
Adv. ';- . ' ;- '.- .
STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU
TOOAVS NEWS TODAY
KENNETH ALEXANDER
Portraits
8ittinqs by Appoiitmanta-4682
...' 424 Beretanla St.'. -'
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The (Jisi)lav in the
ENTERTAIN ON
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stvlc'notes in Street and Afternoon Dresses, Evening Frocks arid Sport- y.
(ostuiries 'and Skirts. . ' 'W : ;V'":'i-":---'.v'f 'v-.f; " ''V
Kasshionable 'dresses, in TalTeta, Tvie de Chine, Geoigette and, Soirccr; i; v
priced froyi &I8.0O to $43.00. . iv;,--: : ; ': " ' ..-y'
Ail-white Net -and ".Lingerie dresses, $13.00 to J5.0). ": w..-:.-.; i ;v. i-.-: f .W..
Separate Skirts, White Serge; Silk Jersey, Spotf Shantung and Cottoi ,;-: ; ;
fabiics. White washable skirts in a; largi number of models , ,' "
Our show ing of MILLINERY em Iraees 'all the strietlyncwm
bioii-'lit out by the foremost atelievs of the country. , ' ; Z :':.--
SKial sliowin- of BLACK LISEUE SAILORS anil Tnrbani
Camisole and Brassiere
in one
NVat ami at t motive 'gartiiciits '.'
to Uv worn with iter waists -tlifv
combine comfort aiul ser-
icoability and atbl to the sen
tral apiH-'araiifO ami set of tlie
outer iranaents.
IMriin net Willi cotton founda
tion, ln.stens down the frout,
regular camisole style 'wit I:
shoulder straps
A very excel lent style of net
with .lace insertion and edire, a
combiuntiori corset cover and
brassiere, '$-.23.'
B F. Ehlers & Go.
- JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS, KIMONOS
i AND EMBROIDERIES,
S AYEGUS A ; v i
1120 NUUANU STREET, JUST ABOVE HOTEL
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i, Hotel St., near Hunana
We Have, ft Nics Line of
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HAND BAGS
Prices . Very Reasonable
-We make hand bags to
order.
Japanese Bazaar
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Mr; and- Mrr X. t. Lupfer. :crom"
Bethel Street
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