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MS 662 NAMES s
Fighting Men of Army and
Marine Corps Recorded
on Roll of .Honor
DEAD AGGREGATE 378
Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
Maryland .and Virginia
Men Among Heroes
Washington, Nov. 7.
A doullo Jlt of casualties army and
marine corps swells today's totals, BOO
In the Irst named and 13C among tho
"soldiers of the sea." Of theso latter
flfty-eluht are reported dead and seventy-eight
wounded. The'army list shows
125 killed In action, sixty-nfno died of
wounds, and ISO of disease. Tho num
ber of wounded Is 128. The number of
army prisoners Is now 6410, and of ma
rines now In tho handi of tho enemy
and missing, 234.
Summarized, tho losses to dato are:
Nov. 7. Total.
Killed In action 123 11,473
Died of wounds 6!) 4,410
Vita of disease 120 4,188
Died of accldentH and
other causes 1,190
Hissing in action (Includ
ing prisoners). 88 6,410
"Wounded . 128 37,000
Died Of wounds received In nrtlnn... 14
Died of disease , 22
Wounded In action (severely) 11
In hands of enomv 4
Missing In action 11
Killed In Action
CAPTaLv James Kceler, Washlnston,
, KinST MEtTTEMANT Henry L. Hut
bcrt. Ilnlethorpe, M
HKC()Nt I.lfcfjTKNANT HurolJ T. Pal
mer Wllloushbjr. y,
l!'?,'.,,t Wmni1 Itrrrlrrd In Action
SKCONI) L1BUTRNANT Dave. W. Mc
Claln, No neit of kin.
Hilled In Artlon
PltlVATIS Our L. Ponner. Murtlnebur.
.,.oim(led In Artlon (Sorrel)
PHIVATK DaW P. Manning-, McKeerf.
Missing In Attlnn
PltlVATIS Millard Donnchy. Kan.
Hick In Hospital (t'rrrlouslr Iteported
PRIVATE Donald 8. norors. rittaburtb.
Died of Woumh KereUnl In Action
FCTBEIO IEDGEBPHUJADEIjPHIA; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918
led af Dtaense
I'm v jirvi J,nf ": l plete rained
1 III VATt, l,f onanl 8. ltlntee. lllehn
rd 8. Klotio. Itlchmond.
TO CASUALTY LISTS
.-W"il'?,?nl Nov; 7. Announcement
was made today nf the followlnir cor
rections to casualty Hats an affecting
soldiers from Pennsylvania and nearby
Killed In Action, Prevlaiilr Keported Mlsslnr
l'lllVATEa Kuiene U Davis. Talrvllla
N. Y.. Hrlrester John Encllsh. n P. D .'
Erie, l'a.i Paul Onodxnr. Ml. llolly florlnM
Pa.) Horace nusscll looker. Loni, N. j.
Wstindrd SeTerrlr. ITfvletiMr Reported MIs.
. Inf In Action
COOK John J. Manlcy. 013 North Wash
ington avenue, Scranton. Pa. -
PntVATES Anthony Cavrreta, roi Ella,
worth street, Phllailelphlas Prancls A. evil
West Point. Pa. Delbert Dean nose, Hojl
Itottom. Pa. t
Mounded (Prsrre Vncletermlneil). rretlonsts
Brported Mlsslmr in Action
PRIVATES Charles l) Plana, Oarneld.
ir.a K.jward v. Armstrong Marl.
?.Sl JiW "i. Clark 4S2A Aspen
PMIadclphlai Clifford Ullve. Dumont.
Llarence O, Schwrlcer. S273 B atreet.
i?inJi'.'l0.nn ' 82 Wharton atreet,
Kctnrned U Dulr, rmlnilr Brported llss
Inc In Action
''lUVATES Edward V, Armstrong Marl.
:v:.r: isti.s.vw. i. '"
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N. J. I Clarei
FEDERAL RAID IN GLOUCESTER
Bootlegger Suspect Had Whisky,
Liberty Bontl nnd Wnr Stamps
When agents of tho Department of
Justice arrested Charles Whltcomb, an
SitSi-'ifP mploed at one of the Olou
lil.S ii ' rynr.l,s' on """1'lclon of having
f ' w, A ,'i",0 to """I"". hcy found n
5 i'JS-..yfi.h0 rarrld Pint of whisky,
C l?-- y , J0 " . nml 170 worth of war
whuLR,f "V!?- ' or Anderson sent
;Y5,Cb. '? !h0 c,0lin'V J"" o await nr
ralgnment later before U. H Commis
sioner Jollne. In Camden, lie was to
Jjr. rSpoid i.,?lny for nmlnallon
'S?Je a Kensington draft board,
Threo other men were nrretcd hy De
partment of Justice agents last night In
Oloucester. They were James nichard
son. of rOloucester: Joseph J. Klnsle
employed as a carpenter at Yorkshlp
VlllavA. rt Thrnnn. nn..lA -. . . V; .
ship Village. All were aroused of having
furnished liquor to men In the sen Ice.
Store Opens 9 A.M. Store Closes 5.30 P. M. WANAMAKER'S
Crand totals 630,
' Killed In Action
LIEUTENANTS Ocoree M. Baker. Rod,
era Foree. Md.s Randall Houahton, oarland,
Pa.i Clarnco C. Kahlo, l'lttsburgh: Charles
Morton Toole. Uoston. Mais.
Died from Wounds Rrcelted In Action
. LIEUTENANTS Stephen J. Link. Tay
loravllle. L. I.: Matthew F. Olntcln. Prekaklll.
Illrd of Ulaenae
LIEUTENANTS Alexander 12. Anderson.
Wathlnjton. D. CM Earl II. Colter. Colum.
CAPTAINA Itobert Donald Jenkins.
Ohamberaburir. Pa.; John C. II. llanaen.
nKP.Hhlnnds Maaa : William C, ltoi.
w nuuu x rum sirrei.
ard O'Neill, Win.
Killed In Action
. SEROEANTH Klchard E. O'llrlen. Du-
ii auer itt. nnearer, I'arnnaaus.
CORPORALS Iloy C llopklna.Johnatown;
William E Sheridan. Haulej.
MECHANICS Isnaco II. Kwssnlewskl.
Plttabursh' Franrla L. McCool. Lilly.
. PRIVATES Harry Ambrose, Vandorbllt:
Leroy J. Dalton raolia; Robert V. Pouat.
ljollvar: Lowry N. Pry. Howard: rrank 11.
Horn. Pittsburgh: Edward Jacknckl. Pitta
liumh: John Nanorto, Shemndoahj lacoli c.
Neely. Hllaoi Elmer n. Nlttlnirer. Iteadlna;:
Llale It. Shlclda. Ulc Run: I'lilllp Sokl,
Plttaburuh; Loula Wernlknte lot Soith
Third street, Philadelphia: Harry Thorns.
Died of .Mounds Itrrrltcd In Action
SEROEANr floorgo II. Majliton. Yeadon.
CORPORA LI Montron C. IIIU. Ilethl'
lem; Earl II. Mohr. lurbottalllej Clydo S.
Saw hill, Kdirwoocl
PRIVATES Howard S Ponrd bmlthnold:
Alfxnndr hrledel, Jr.. 1 rankford. 1'lillailel-
fhlai John Itldlle Lnlrd Corrv. Jatncv s.
orkhart, 42SJ Pnrrlah atreet Phllaclelphlai
Jacob A Lohmlllrr, 1022 South Fourth
atreet, Philadelphia- John H. Miller Pax.
tnnMllo: I riter w. Ptclter. Eaaton: John c.
Pnlatns. Uuqueano; Thomaa H. AOKncn New
Died of WounU4
PRIVATE William KosakicnLz Stran
ton Died of lllneaite
llttor.ER Joaeph D Laird. Illalrstllle
tVAHONKR Llovil D Aker. Allentown
PRIVATES Iloalllo Canacrano. Sl.ld Vino
atreet Philadelphia: Earl O Dinner' Ileihle
hmi Charlea Dommel. Lancaster; Thaddeus
It. Neal, 1I1J4 Federal atreet. Philadelphia:
Clair J. Hood. New Florence
BATTALION SEltOEANT MAJOR Wil
liam I. Eaalo. Phocnlxvllle
CORPOItAl CoUln A. Shull. Mount Car-mel.
tmvATE iiorry Craig, oiiiett,
SERGEANT Ralph Nclaon fjmnerton.
CORPORALS Ueork-o Anratadt, Ileadlnc:
-John R, MeCallen. Lancaster.
PRIVATES Rlatntlno Mti ro. .110 Weat
Sixth atreet. Cheater: Lnuls K iltakup '-'117
North Bccnth atrwt, Philadelphia: lllard
I Frye. Homestead; lxiula Lerner. Rourae
llulldlna, Weatern Union,. Philadelphia: Or
ris LUIard, Klndwood: Antla H LIntner,
Illalrsvllle: John Lemlnowlrh, Dal8vtuvn;
John Moore, Columbia: William Tarch,
Shamokln: Hcrmnn 1. Wlen-ke. Saltsburir.
Mlablnc In Action
CORPORAL Uoen Arthur Llshtner. Car
PRIVATES Jeora tlnodman, Hostcaja;
William Lalferty, 1S00 North Tenth street.
Philadelphia: Stephen Leplnakl. McKean;
rharlea Mack. Reading; oeorgo B. McOarty.
Smlthneld; John J. Malone, 2114 Winter
street, Philadelphia; Thomas J, Prendercaat,
New Salem; Clay T. Racer. Lewlatnwn;
Henry W. Schacrter, Reading, Charlea Fred
Hilled In Artlon
PRIVATFB Aleaanndro Dl Amlco, Rer
tiardavlllet William Wleoxenakl, Jeraey City;
Albert Wilkinson, Vlneland.
Dfcd From Wound. Krcelied In Action
, PntVATES Loula Ablemr, Clifton; Mi
chael Anastaal, Outtenburg.
MASTER SIONAL ELECTRICIAN Ernwt
Heller. Jr. Jeraey City. .
PRIVATES Mlkp Corf a. Uayonne; Ernest
1(, Ort, Hampton.
PRIVATE Ottavlana Pettlneo, Newark.
Mlaalng la Actlou
SEROEANT Alexander M. Ha) den. As.
PRIVATES Fredsrlek Prenner. Jersey
City: Ired Henna. Newark: Alfred Lew.
Jersey City; William D. Llmbert. Cloater:
James H. Lykea. Freehold; Frank William
McCormack. Jersey City; Wlll'am K. Vali
adts. Lone Praneh; Harry A driver. Lake
wood: Edward M Malone. Ellrabeth; John
Planner, Jersey City; Michael Pleclano, Du.
mpnt Frank Pletro, South Atnboy.
' Died of Disease
Hacbert, Briscoe, Mount Pleasant
PRIVATE I'rank' Haggerty, 420 East
Seventh street, Wilmington.
Killed In Action
SERGEANT James II. Newcomer, Half-
c6rPORALS Charles B, Holxen, Cum
berland: Timothy R. Ryan Baltimore.
I'RIVATES Jerry P.l'lcha. Baltimore!
touts Spencer. Snow Hill.
V Died of Disease
tfRtlOEANT James 11. Lakin. Baltl-
PRIVATE Llojd II, Hartman. Mount
PRIVATES Ocorge KedzersU.' Baltimore!
le'o J .Matthews, Baltimore.
Killed In Action
, PntVATES Lacy T. Carey, Rrooknealj
.Tem-a M Stowarti Cummlnss.
g( "Died from Wounds Rrrehed In Action
.,ri(lVATJS William L. I'enncr, Itlchmond.
Died of Disease
', PJHVATEH Fletcher St. Uavla. Wlllowi
rvn-av I) -Myrs. RowlInK Ureen; Edward
w .IVIIIlllipti rMlltiV!
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ASCO. ASCO. ASCO.l
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(UNI Victory 7Qf
v" t uas
Pt-fr&im. CMS- Si?5i?-
Blended according to Government regulations and guar
anteed to produce the finest results in bread-baking, pies or
any similar household use. Just as palatable and nutritious
as whole wheat flour.
No Substitutes Required with Victory Flour
f'RIVATES Carv I, .Campbell,
WIJ lam J. Ense, Ettrlcka.
Mlsalng In Action
PRIVATES Clarence E. White,
atom Leo H White. Hogan
.jiAniNi: coups oasualtii
J (Summary of casualties to date;
Deaths , E8
Asco Cake pkg. 12c
Sliced Dried Beef pkjf. 13c
KcIIokk's Corn Flakes.. pkg. lie
Post Toastics pkg. lie
Shredded Wheat pkg. 12e
Grape Nuts .....pkg. 12c
National Oats pkg. lie
Karo Syrup can 14c
Seeded Raisins pkg. 13c
California Asparagus. ..can 16c
Fancy Red Beets can 17c
Pure Jelly glass 13c
California Lima Beans... lb. 17c
White Soup Beans lb. 15c
Jello pkg. 10c
Fresh Noodles pkg. 5c
Fancy Shrimp can 15c
Salad Dressing bot, 14c
India Relish bot. 12c
Heinz Baked Beans, can 14c-20c
Choice Cranberries lb. 12c
Pure Apple Butter lb. 15c
Best Mince Meat lb. 18c
Choice Apples XA pk. 17c
Golden Pumpkin can 12c
Best Peanut Butter '2 lb. l2c
Fancy Evap. Pears lb. 20c
Fancy Evap. Apricots lb. 27c
Dried Hakefish, for fish cakes brick 22c
Threaded Codfish pkg;. 8c, 12c
Boasted in our own ovens daily, the quality never varies.
Just one blend, Our Very Best, and it is the best "cup" you ever
Let Your Family Be the Judge
Best Onions, 2lAc
Selected fancy .yellow glob onions. You
can't get them any better.
A pure butter substitute. Cheaper and
better for all lands of cooking and baking than
lard. If the store where you trade does not sell
it, our manager will be glad to direct; you to
our nearest store where it is sold.
s. I s
NEW Tomato es, tig caa 2 0C
Selected red ripe tomatoes, packed in steril
13c Vi lb.; 25c Vl lb.
Blends to suit every palate. Your choice of
Black, Mixed and our famous India Ceylon. One
quality our very best.
These Prices in All Our Meat Markets
We Are Keeping Prices Down
City Dressed Pork KIs 40c lb.
Best Cuts 45C lb. Cut from the finest of corn-fed pigs.
Best Native Beef-
SS Rib Roast
?:;' Rib Roast
Lean Soup Beef, 22c lb. LeanBoiling Beef 28c lb.
Fresh Killed Milk Fed Mi Chickens, 39c
m sanaa or enemy,.
Genuine Spring Lamb
Legs lb. 40c
Loin .Chops lb. 50c
Rib Chops .....' Ib. 45c
Rack Chops i . . . .lb. 38c
Shoulders lb. 32c
Stewing ' lb. 28c
GenuineW ether Mutton
Legs '. Ib. J2c
Loin Chops lb. 38c
Rib Chops lb. 32c
Rack Chops lb. 30c
Shoulders , lb. 25c
Stewing lb. 20c
Qgc I Country Style
Krout - - -
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EVERtWHERE IN PHILADELPHIA
And Throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey Delaware and Maryland L 1
I ', . ' i iii i ii i I m ! n i ii f i
&& &SN' ag- Apco, ACO,
Kinds of Fine Warm Overcoats
Come Out With the White Frost
is the striking new neckwear
which takes the form of collars,
cuffs nnd vests. It is bright and
new nnd gay, and a dark frock
would need no other trimming
than a bit of such brightness.
Red satin on one side while tho
reverse is navy blue.
There are collars
shapes at $1.50. .
Cuffs are ?1.
Vests nre $3.25 and $3.
Special at, a Yard
35-inch chiffon taffeta
m navy blue, Copenhagen
blue and black would be
regularly 1-3 more.
Women's Gloves of
Klne suede gloves in dark gray
nre full pique sewn and have cm
broldeied backs at $2 n pair.
Washable capeskin gloves of a
soft, pliable quality are in giay,
black nnd cordovan brown, out
scam sewn, with spcarpoint backs
Unusual at $2 a pair.
Silk-lined gray mocha or suede
gloves are about the warmest
things you cAn wear. They arc
$2.35 a pair.
Flcccc-lincd capeskin gloes in
black or tan are $2.25 a pair.
Tan or gray capeskin gloes
with seamless all-wool knitted
lining very warm are $3.50.
Perfect for women who drive
their own cars.
Strapiwrist capeskin gloves in
the six-button length have wool
fleece linings and are in gray or
tan at $3.75 a pair.
Fix the House Up
for the Winter
The more cozy and comfortable
it is the more enjoyable and
livable the winter months will
Five Thousand Yards
show many beautiful patterns
nnd colors for curtains and furni
ture coverings. Many rich floral
and verdure patterns among
them. 3G inches wide at 50c a
of marquisette with hemstitched
borders trimmed with lace at
$1.90 and $2 a pair. In white,
cream color and ecru.
Pure round-thread Irish linen
is used and neatly embroidered
and scalloped in blue making
charming things for Christmas
6-inch doilies are 20c each.
10-inch doilies are 40c each.
24-lnch centerpieces are $1.50
18x36 Inches are $1.75 each.
18x45 inches .are $2 each.
18x54 inches are $2.50 each.
consisting of 13 pieces arc $5 a
Warm Things for
Women are voting more and
more in favor of pajamas for
night wear in the cold weather.
Two-piece pajamas with long
sleeves and a pocket in each jacket
are gcneiously full and comfort
able. They are made of flanncllet
with pink or blue stripes. $3.
One-piece pajamas with short
sleeves have elastic at the ankloj
and long ruffles. They are prettllv
A-.- . k 111 .. .."
inmmcu wim narrow satin
Little Maids of 2 to 6
like to look as grown-up as pos
sible and they do feel grown-up
in a regulation frock just like
older sister wears.
Cadet blue regulation frocks of
a fine, smooth lincne are made
iust like tho older girls' are made.
There is an emblem on tho sleeve
and the collar and cuffs aie
One is a P. N. model for aver
age figures. It is made of white
coutil with a low bust, long skirt
over the hips and elastic insets
at the bottom of the back.
The other is a W. B. model for
slender figures. Tho low bust
graduates slightly higher in back.
The corset is of medium length
over tho hips.
Nemo Brassieres at $2
Number 21 fastens in back and
works with corsets to give smooth
lines in front and reduco excess
Number 23 opens in front and
takes care of Joo heavy sKoul
dcrs, giving a smooth line in
A delightful negligee that is
dainty and restful looking is
of crepe in rose, licht blue, pink
and lavender. Shirred satin
ribbon in a color to match trims
the neck and oddly cut sleeves
from which little satin balls
dangle. It is shirred onto cords
at the waist. $5.
Junior Girls Must Have
The proper clothes that are youthful, but
not childish nnd of a style that is particu
larly becoming to growing girls.
Serviceable frocks of serge have first con
sideration for school wear. One style with a
pleated frill, piping on the pockets and but
tons of plaid silk Is $7.50. Another style of
finer serge has a box-pleated skirt, a satin
collar and an attractive belt embroidered
with light blue wool. $15.
For better wear there is a pretty velveteen
frock in navy blue. It has a glistening white
satin monk collar and cuffs and is trimmed
with pearl buttons. $15. Sketched.
A Warm Coat
is of plaid coating. It is belted, has generous
pockets, a collar that buttons high around
'the neck and is half lined. An excellent coat
for school wear. $18.75.
And a man can have no better oppor
tunity to outfit himself in one than right
now in the Wanamaker Down Stairs Store
where he can be sure of a 100 per cent
wool overcoat, well tailored,. in newest style.
From $25 to $35
there are coats that would be $5 to $7.50
more had they been bought on today's
There are single-breasted box coats.
Double-breasted waist line coats.
Double-breasted ulsters and ulsterettes.
All but the box models have convertible
collars and roomy pockets.
Serge Frocks for Real
ufK nning nr. ifiia.bu, wo find frocks of blue, brown or burmmdv
?!? T,,thJrtft,Kh.t ,1?odi(Ve flana that '"ten with buttons oSSSSr
: f?' b,.c !"k, rd es that end in sashes in back. Thov ha?e wWta
sat n collars nnd black silk tics
The pockets on the skirt are wide
Navy Blue and Black Serge Frocks at S15
... J500 im?ny urLtr,!mm(,l with braid around the collarless necks
S.rtSfr'.SS asntblTai,kCSd bUUnS ' ta
Vg$l.&Z durablc f'k the
On the Centre Aisle
500 New Rugs at $2. 75
Lovely, colorful shaikai and chenille rug8 in hit-
?n Wrf?8,' 1he measure 30x60 inches and are
in soft, delightful ahades of rose, yellow, blue, green
Warm Coats Pop Out
Such warm things as pompom and heavy
. -. ,, iulI ilIllngS nre wnat a
woman really needs and wants when the
sun rises on a frosty world.
At $25, coats of pompom in light or
daik warm brown are fully lined with,
harmonizing silk. They are neat, warm
nnd good-looking, with generous collars of
the material, inset pockets and 3-strap
belts in back.
are on new coats of velour in the model
that is sketched. You may have them in
taupe, brown or blue. Notice the good use
'f buttons. Tho coats aro gathered at the
wnis and have set-in pockets. They have
full linings of figured silk. $35.
Good All the Way Through
Lovely coats of fine, thick, soft velour in
brown and taupe are fully lined with lus
trous harmonizing silk. The backs are
straight from the shoulder to the hem and
ripple gracefully. An inner belt on the
lining confines the ripples to the back in a
charming way. There is a belt at the
waistline in front adorned with buttons to
match the deep button-back cuffs.
The collars are of scalene or nutria.
Petticoats Short and Petticoats
Long, Petticoats White and
Special at 50c plain white cambric petticoats have neat
tucked flounces. Other styles of shoit petticoats at $1, $1.25
and $1.50 are of fine muslin or nainsook with embroidery or
pretty lace flounces.
The lengths are 27 inches to 31.
New white petticoats of fine nainsook with deep flounces of
embroidery or lace have underlays. They are wide and gen
erously cut. $2.
More elaborato is a fine nainsook one with tho entire flounce
made of rows of fine lace and embroidered organdie. $3.
Petticoats Strong at $1
Rustly petticoats of percaline in black, purple, taupe, navy
blue, green and rose have pleated flounces and little pleated
Discontinued patterns that have been talcen from
our own stock and reduced for a clearing. As quantities
are limited, we give the exact number. First comers
will get the cream. '
N. Slse Kind rrlre
3 11.3x15 feet, Body Brussels S67.50
3 9x12 feet, Wilton Rugs $57.50
2 , 9x12 feet, Wool Velvet (plain green) $27.50
37 9x12 feet, Straw Rugs (herringbone) $7.50
14 8.3x10.6 feet, Seamless Velvet $27.50
5 8.3x10.6 feet, Axminster Rugs $25
9 6x9 feet, Seamless Velvet '. . $17.50
114 4.6x7.6 feet, Grass Rugs $2.75 x
(Chestnut) f t
The Bag Rings Are
for those forehanded women who
are making pretty bags for their
friends' Christmas gifts.
There aro rings of all shapes
and sizes round ones, oval ones
and those of unusual shapes in
imitation tortoise shell, amber
and colors at 25c to $1.
Also many attractive shell and
metal bag tops to choose from at
70c a Yard
It is a good, lustrous quality
that women want for frocks for
themselves or the childron for
separate skiits, and many women
are using it for draperies (it is so
soft and graceful).
It comes in many shades of
gray, in dark green, navy blue,
wistaria and rose, is 85 Inches
wide and at 70c a yard, much be
low its regular price.
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722 Pair of Women's Shoes
Special at $5.90 a Pair
Four styles are In the lot All laco high and have welted soles.
Shoes of brown kidskin with ivory kid tops have curved heels.
Shoes of gray leather are much like buckskin. They have plain,,
vamps and covered heels. . .
Dark tan calfskin shoes with tops of a lighter shade of soft
leather much like buck have real tips and medium heels or imitation
tips and high heels.
Shoes for Women
are made of dark tan or black
calfskin with low or medium heels
. In laco style. They Itwe kw and
Jwve wHl hIm, fMttklMpVM
."U&a -JteVji '
Men's Shoes ' ,
of heavy tan or black leather art
made with widd tow. They wUI
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