ON GRAIN HARKET
Drop of 3 Cents Soon After
Later in Session.
Chicago, March 13.—Wheat prices
broke sharply today because of the
general rush to sell. Shipping difficul
ties and the absence of any important
new export business appeared to be
chiefly responsible. At least one large
export house here was conspicuous on
tile soiling side of the market. Open
ing prices, tj hielt ranged from % to 1%
lower, with May 1.08 to 1.08% and July
3.07% to 1.07% were followed by slight
reaction but then a fall to nearly 3
under Saturday's Pnish.
The close uaa firm at 1BIH to 1%@
314 net decline.
Wheat—May, open 1,08, close 1.08%;
July, open 1.07%, close 1,07%.
Corn—May, open 75%, close 76%;
July, open 76%, close 77%.
Oats---May. open 13, close 44: July,
oren 42%, close,42%.
Pork—May, open 24, close 2 3.2 Sjj
July, open 23, close 23.05.
Portland, March 13.—Wheat—Lower.
No trading. Spot bids, 2 and 3o down.
Illuestem, »8: forty-fold, »0; club, 90;
red fife, 90; red Russian, 90.
March 13.—Hogs- Receipt»,
9.507t 9.55 ; rough, 9.51W9.65; pigs, [email protected]
Cattle- Receipts, 300; steady. Native
and feeders, 5.85®
nd heifers, 3.60® S.SO; calves.
beef steers, 7M04Î9.90;
7.25® 8.45; stocke
8 ; cows
i ® 11.55.
Sheep -Receipts 3000;
tr 8.85; iambs, 9/
err, 8 .:
Omaha, March 13.- Hogs—■
9.50; pigs, 8#9; hulk
Receipts 7300'. higher.
9.55; light. 9
of sales, 9,30'
Cattle -Receipt.", 100; steady. Native
% and heifers,
e- tern steers, 6.250*8; Tex
as steers, 6®7; stockera and feeders,
6 Hi 8.
Sheep—Receipts 1 500; steady. Year
lings, 8.50® 19; wethers,
lambs, 10.75fa 11.15.
7.50® 9.2 ■ ;
Portland, March 13.—Cottle—S'r
era. pulp fed, 7.
5: good, 7®'
; medium, 5.
io. heifers, eh
, 0 '
-, s !
light, S.-UKcr K.60; prime strong weights.
K.40(t#8.GO; good prime mixrd. N fa
S.20Î rough heavy, packing, 7.75^ 8;
pig« ancl skips, 7tf/ 7.60.
.Sheep—steady. Receipts Cho*ce
m lambs, R.2."i
7,75 (f( K ; good
• wethers, 7
Hog.«* -Steady. Receipts,
lambs. 8.95®9.05; c
0 8.70; cholc
6.25; common heavy r
Butter and Eggs.
Elgin; 111., .March 13.
»old at 35.
Ikienl fruit- Apples. 75c to $1.25.
Eggs, honey and ranch butter—
«Corrected daily by W. J. Campbell A
Son.)— F; en: h ranc! eggs, per caso,
$4.50; honey', per «asc $2; ranch
butter, 22%e to 25c per Ih.
Hay and sr^in Alfalfa, $11.50012.50
per toil haled; timothy, baled, $13®T4;
wheat. $1.254(1.40 per cwl,; oats, $1.20
Tier cwL; barley, $1.25; sud potatoes.
Dairy produce—(Corrected daily by
Mutual Creamery company) —
•a rnery but
poimd; prints, 30r.
Butter fat, pound. C
ter. et» bon.
Livestock—(Corrected daily by the i
Boise Butcher company—Cows,
$4.50 per cwl.; k teens, $5f«5.50; prime i
boss. $7 per i v. t ; medium, $6.90 per
cwt.; heavy i >\'£h, $.7,9«*; shearling
wethers, *64 6.50 per cwt.: ewes, *4.50
per cwt.; lambs, 6c pel lb.; hens, 11®
12c per lb.; bronkfact bacon, 17c per
pound; hum, 16c per pound; lard, tierce
base, U%c per pound.
'Corrected daily ' y W J. Campbell
& Son)—Potatoes, $1.75®2 per cwt.,
10 pounds for 2.5c; green peppers, 40c
lb., parsley, 5c per bunch; hothouse
radishes, 5 per hunch; cabbage, 3c per
1b.; celery, 5c per bunch: beets, 3c per
lb.; carrots, 2c per lb.; head lettuce 20c
lb.; cucumbers, 26c each; hothouse let
tuce, 25c lb.; sweet potatoes, 3 lbs. 25c;
Brussel sprouts, 15c lb.; artichokes, 2
for 25r; garlic, 25c lb.; Mexican pep
pers, 35c Jb.; cauliflower, 15c per lb.;
celery root, 5c each; new carrots, 10c
bunch : new beets, 10c per hunch; new
»•tthbage, 5c per 11».; new turnips, 10c
K. Local fruits—Apples, 7 lbs. 25c; per
[box, 65e to ,$1.oO.
i) Tropical fruits—Bananas, 3 pound»
for 25c; cut oft bananas. 15®20c dozen;
pineapples, 12%c lb.; oranges, 25 to 60c
[per dozen: lemons, 30c per dozen;
»Florida grapefruit, 10 and 15c; new
Bates, 15c package; tomatoes, 25c per
Hb,; Mishon ligs, 15c; Turkish tigs,
j Sugar and lord—Beet sugar, per
[cwt., «7.65; cane sugar, per cwt., *7.90;
Hard, per 10-pound paiL *1.6*; maple
I sugar, 25c per pound.
* Eggs, butter and honey—Ranch eggs,
|20c; creamery butter, 85e per pound;
[ranch butter, 26c an* SOe per pound;
[honey, 15c pound.
I Poultry—Hens. 22c per pound; spring
Ifr.vg, 60c to 60c each; ducks, 22c; tur
Ikeys, 28c; geese, ISe lb.; capons,
I Flour—Straight graaos, *1.63® 1.75
Iper 48-lb. sack; high patent, *1.80®2
Eper 41-pound sack. ,
I flab—Halibut, 29c per pound; sal
Ne itemacb <k*l«|-)utt bread* the pUawnt
CATARRH, COUGHS, COLBS, CROOP,
RARE THROAT, BROHCHITIS, ETC.
The complrtt HyomO Out*. Indudtni iurd
rubber lnh.hr. u told «6« . podth* pulste* d
, jatJAdory resuHs 0»
Joy Drug Stores.
mon, 20o per lb., 3 pounds for 25c;
perch. 17%c per, lb; fresh herring, 16c
per lb.; kippered salmon, 25c per lb.;
Finnan haddle, 26c;
white fish, 20c pound; brook trout, BOc
per pound; rock cod, 17%c per pound;
clams, 10c pound; crawfish, 75c dozen;
crabs, 30®35; lobsters,
shrimp, 30c pound;
smelts, 3 pounds for 25c.
Mrs. Alice .Burgh of Lewiston 1s vis
iting in Boise.
Earl F. Brace of Jordan Valley is in
the city for a few days.
H. Trask left last night for Kellogg,
Idaho, to take a position.
Wesley Potter of Mountain Home is
transacting bualncss in the city.
Mrs. 8. Collins of Glenns Ferry Is
visiting In the city for a few days.
<'. c. Stinson came In from Pearl yes
terday and is a guest at the Idanha.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carman of Parma
spent Sunday in Boise, guests at the
O. N. iÆubcnhcim and family of
t'oulterville. 111., are guests at the
fitly Painter, cashier of the Middle
ton State hank, was- a Boise business
A. B. Stevenson of Pocatello, super
intendent of the Idaho division of the
1 iregoit Short Line, was in the city to
Mr. and Mrs. A. S Morrison have
their ranch at Kuna for the
Mr. Morrison for a number of
as conductor on the govern
ment railroad to Arrowrock.
Experienced piano movers. Comp-1
ton Transfer Co. Phone 48.—Adv.
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WANTED—Horses and cattle to run
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THOUSANDS government jobs open to
MEN-WOMBN. «76 to «150 month.
Write Immediately for list. Franklin
Institute, DepL 60 N, Rochester.
AUTOMOBILE tops to recov
er; seat covers; and every
thing pertaining to automo
bile and buggy tops; automo
bile cushions, backs and
automobile upholstery of ev
ery kind. Pioneer Tent &
Awning Co., Top Ddpt,, 6th
anti Main Sts. Phone 986-W.
WANTED.—A night clerk.
WANTED—Experienced ^solicitors or
canvassors at once.
Apply room 347
ABLEBODIED MEN for firemen,
brakemen, *120 monthly; experience
unnecessary. Address Railway, care
Capital News. 8t'nMonTues-M29c
WANTED—Five bright, capable ladles
to travel, demonstrate and sell deal
ers- *25 to *50 per week. Railroad
fare paid. Goodrich Drug Company,
Dept. 221, Omaha, Neb. S. O. M26o
THE Younj Woman'» Christian Asso
ciation, with headquarters at 408-9
McCarty Bldg., corner 9th and Idaho,
will be glad to assistany young wo
man in finding lodging or employ
ment; secretary continually in at
tendance. Phone 1546W.
WANTED—Experienced solicitors or
canvassers to act as county agents.
Exclusive territory given and 290
per cent profit on sales. Western
Chemical Sqles Co., 347 Sonna Blk.,
FÖR RENT—Six-room house, *10.
HOUSES FOR RENT and sale. Boiee
Realty Co., 201 Sonna Blk.
4 ROOM modern cottage, $12,50; free
rent, 8 room house. Phone 569-W. tf
FOR RENT—5-room modern house,
fine shape, walking distance. Phone
FOR RENT—Strictly modern 6-roorc
bungalow for rent March 1. Phone
Bungalow— Four rooms, cellar, garage;
$6 per month. Lucas, 215 Idaho
FOR RENT—Modern B-room cottage,
close In, newly tinted; inquire 821
FOR RENT—Five-room modern bun
galow. Hub City Realty Co, 624
FOR RENT—8 room house, strictly
modern, close in, $26 per mo.
Laughlin and Co, 921 Baa.
FOR RENT—March 15th, modern 8
rooni house, sleeping porch and barn;
901 No. 18th. Phone 2275W.
for RENT—Seven-room house, fine
condition. Large lot, plenty shade
Close in on Warm Springs
Phone 206 or room 31 Merino
3-ROOM furnished cottage, 1220-North
FURNISHED 3-room bungalow, mod
ern; also 2-room apartment Call 11
FIVE room furnished house for rent
first of April. Phone 2725W, or call
101 No. 28th St. M18c
FOR RENT—7-room furnished house
with Bleeping porch; 3-room unfur
nished house. Desirable neighbor
hood. Call 145 East Bannock, after
F UR NISH i'll) a part m e n la for house
keeping; cheap; 628 Fort St
FOR RENT—S-room modern, brick
apartment; hot water heat and gar
age: cheap; 909 E. Bannock.
FOR RENT-X-Furnished apartment;
beut, light, pnor
and hot and cold
H. J. Roan, Phons
L IT USeK p g.
FOR RENT—Furnished housekeeping
rooms with sleeping porch. Call 1115
FOR RENT—Two pleasant furnished
housekeeping rooms with sleeping
porch; *8.00 per month. Call 1418-J
Furnished for Housekeeping.
Front housekeeping suite, clean, well
furnished, steam heat, hot water; no
children. Phone 2210—12 until 2.
On* Cent a Word Each Inaortion.
Ne Advertisement Leas Than 16 Cents.
KUR RENT — Large, well-furnished
front room with hot water heat and
hot and cold water lavatory with
use of sleeping porch and bath'
room. 628 Hays.
FOR RENT—5 acres, close in. Phone
2233-W. H. C. Corey.
TO RENT—Good hay, grain and dairy
water. Cash. J. J. Jones, Meridian.
Good house, barn. -Plenty
FOR RENT—On shares, an unim
proved. 40-acre tract on car line.
Phone 922J or write 1608 Lemp street,
FOR RENT—60 acres on Ten Mile; 20
acres alfalfa, small house, «5.00 per
acre, cash rent snap.
Hoobler I .anti Co.
RICE jlbpcorn, 5c lb. Phone 443-J. M14
FOR SALE—One good piano.
OFFICE FURNITURE fo- sale. Phone
FOR SALE—Good seed oats.
196, Boise, Idaho.
CHOICE seed rye recieaned for sale.
Ross Co., 1321 Main.
SEED potatoes; early variety. Old
Cole grocery. 9th and Grove, Mchl3
FOR SALE—A piano at about one
third its value; 205 McCarty Bldg.
M I '
FOR SALE—Bluestem wheat and re
cleancd rye for seed. Ross & Co.,
FOR SALE—6000 lbs. wheat, *1.40 per
cwt.J also one good work horse.
FOR SALE—*250 equity in good piano
or trade for second hand auto. 1367
care Capital News.
WE HAVE a large Bupply of high
grade varnish; *3.26 values out at
*2.75 per gallon, at Klmery's, 816
FOR SALE—Tent, 16x20, with screen
all around—one milk cupboard in
good condition. Address 1368, Cap
ital News. M13c
FOR SALE—$75 Buck steel range al
most new; will sell for half; also
heater almost new, will sell cheap.
M 1 U
FOR SALE by owner: 20 acre tract
with good house, three milec of
Boise, *200 per acre. Address R. D.
No. 2, box 79.
F03 SALE—Owner left his $50 gold
watch with me to sell for $20.' A
very exceptional bargain. Underwood,
Jeweler, So. Ninth St.
FOR SALB) —Horae, wagon and har
ness, soda fountain, syrup, table and
chairs, dishes, etc.
eery, Eighth and Fort.
FOR SALE—Second hand Irrigation
pipe, all sizes, any quantity on hand;
save you money. Idaho Junk House,
613 So. 8th St. Boise. Phone 640.
FOR SALE OR RENT—A good pool
hall in Boise. A going business with
pool tables, cigar cases, etc. Phone
1427 or write to C. W. G., 207 Mode
Bldg., Boise, Idaho.
LIME 8ULPHUR SOLUTION.
PATRONIZE the Old Reliable Home
Industry; no raise In price as long
as present supply of sulphur lasts.
Meridian Spray Mfg. Co, Meridian,
j FOR SALE
! AUTO CARS
Fur SALE—Fold touring car, good
condition, $250 cash only.
Overland Auto Co,
FOR SALE—White Steamer auto, good
condition, cheap. Party leaving for
east; must sell. See car at 613 So.
16th St. M17c
GOOD AUTO—Entirely rebuilt 1914
model with new 1916 gear, really as
good as when new, will take less than
half its real worth. Phone 710-J.
FOR SALE—Some good used cars,
right. The home of the Oakland.
Central Auto Co., 206-208 So. 10th St.
One 1916 Roadster, *285.00.
II in good
1 ' ' 'g*» 7 5*0 ' " r ! 11K '
[three Touring Cars, *250.00 each.
The cars herein advertised are \
more than we are asking.
H. H. BRYANT & SON. M14
Bobolink bracelet. Phone 1687-J. I
ILOST—RJack pocketbook containing'
I g 25 j n monP y. a [ B 0 cards bearing
name of Jolm 8. Herr, Blackfoot,
Gjpop saddle horses. 16th and Main, tf
Idatip. Relurn to Capital Newa. R. -
SADDLE HORSES for hire. Farmers'
HOARD AND ROOM
BOARD AND ROOMS— t'use
1124 Bannock. Phone 923.
One Cent a Word Each Insertion.
No Advertisement <Lesa Than 16 Cents
FOR SALE—Real Estate
Blooded breeding stock.
Eggs for Hatching, la.
Foods, General Supplies
of nil kinds. _
FOR SALE—Baby chicks, 10c each. C.
E. Sharp, Rt. 2. Phone 20-R-l. A9
FOR SALE—Ancona eggs for hatch
Phone 1640-R. Setting, $1.00.
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock eggs
for setting. Phone 2310-J. P. O.
WHITE WTANDOTTE eggs for hatch
ing froip first prize pen at 1918 poul
try show. Phone 2481-J.
ALLEN'S MODEL BARRED ROCKS.
Eggs, cockerels and breeding stock
for sale. Prices right. T. A. Allen,
SHERMAN'S White Wyandottes. Re
cognized Blue Ribbon Winners.
Scotch Collies. Address Chas. C.
PRIZE WINNING Partridge Wyan
dottes, the beauty fowl. Booking
egg o era at *1.50 per 15. tu. T.
Smith, Boise, Rt. 5. Aprl
SHERMAN'S WHITE WYANDOTTES
—Recognized winners; breeders and
eggs. Scotch collies. Charles C.
Sherman, Boise, Idaho.
FOR SALE—Thoroughbred Barred
Rock eggs for hatching from prize
winning stock, *1.50 for 15. Address
J. H. Hopffgarten, 1007 Idaho St., or
FOR SALE—Ancona eggs and baby
chicks, from prime-winning stock, at
1916 show. Sheppard's stock direct
Prices reasonable. Write John De
mond, Boise, Rt. 1.
To Rent or Buy.
WANTED—Two lamp-heated brooders.
White Wyandotte cockerels and
cock for sale. On bench, third hijuse
eouth of Franklin school,
Joseph B. Estabrook.
FOR SALE— S. C. White Leghorn;
year's average 176.95 eggs per hen;
1st, 3rd and 4th cockerels, 3rd, 4th
pullets, Boise Show, 1916. Eggs,
$1.50 per setting; *8.00 per hun
Archie M. Larson,
Chicks, *15 per hundred.
Rt. 3, Weiser,
Horses, Cattle and
Livestock of every
FOR SALE—10 good milch cows. E.
Ebersole, 2716 Fairview.
FOR SALE—Cows, yearling
and steers. Phone 1687-W.
HORSES harness and rigs for sale or
hire, 16th and Main. Phone 635-W.
FOR SALE—One work horse, 9 years
old; weight 1400. Call 1707 N. 13th
FOR SALE—2 draft stud colts, good
C. Conroy, R. 4, Caldwell,
FOR SALE—^Two-year-old heifers;
will be fresh soon. Cuddy and Per
kins, 203 Yates Bldg.
FOR SALE—-Good Holstein cow, fresh
soon; good horse and buggy and
harness. Phone S2-J-2.
BROOD sows for sale; mostly pure
bred8', 7c per lb. Now Is the time
to breed hogs. Phone 885-J or
RED POLL cow giving milk, also
390 egg Cypher.*» incubator or will
trade for chicks; % mile west of
Franklin school. Phone 39-R-l. M14c
HAVE client who wants to trade for
a big ranch near Boise. Carter, Mc
Carty BJdg. A118
TO TRADE—Good land for timber
claims or city property. Carter, Mc
A 75 per cent equity in 4-room house
for auto or extra good motorcycle.
Address 1323, Capital News.
TO TRADE—Fine 50-foot residence lot
on 24th St., Ogden, for Boise real
estate. Address Box 136, Boise. M14
GOOD TRADE—40 acres near Fayette
to trade for stock of merchandise.
Address Owner, Box 159, Payette,
FOR TRADE—40 acres that is bring
ing the money In cash rent. No hack
interest or past due mortgages to
assume. Let us tell you more about
this place. What have you to trade?
Box 853, Boise. Idaho.
BOISE VALLEY TRACTION COM
Leave Boise for Lag!«?, Star, Middle
ton and Caldwell: a. m. 7:00, 8 00,
9:3 0, 11:00; p. m. 1:0% 2 00, 5 60.
4:00, E:30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:05.
Leave Boise for Meridian. -amps
and Caldwell, a. m, 6:30, * 80. 9.00,
10:30, 12:0o noon' p, m. 1:38, 2:30,
3:30, *4; 30, 5:00, 6:30, 8:09, 9:30, 11:00.
*Tq Meridian .and McDermott only.
Boise to Duncan Station: Leave
Boise, a. m. *6:20. *7.05, p. m. 12:06,
Duncan .Stajiou to Boise; »..eave
Dbncnn. a. m. *6:45, *7.30; p. m. 12:30
; 5: JO, «;*#.
I *DaHy except Bui
One Cent a Word Each Insertion.
No Advertiaement Lese Than 16 Cants.
FOR SALE—Real Estate.
FOR SALE—A few dry land home
stead locations, close in, plenty good
springs. F. J. Cowles. 719 East State.
FOR SALE—Oholce 10 acres on the
bench; fruit, house, barn and chick
en house. J. M. Hoover, Boise, Rt.
HOMESTEADS—Can locate you on
good dry land homestead in south*
ern Idaho. See Johnson, 114 S. 18th
FOR SALE—Country property, «40
per acre, near Meridian. N. T. water
paid up. Water alone worth the
price. Carter, McCarty Bldg. Ml 8
6-ACRE SUBURBAN TRACT
Near Boise; well Improved; new 6
room bungalow, barn, poultry house,
cesspool, well, Rldenbaugh water; %
mile from high school and church;
close car and gravel road; easy terms
or will consider unimproved land.
IF YOU WANT BARGAINS SEE US.
160 ACRES Improved in the famous
Methow Valley, Wash., to trade for
small acreage near Boise, improved.
6 ROOÄ^ house on 65 ft. corner lot near
belt line; barn corrall and other
buildings, price «850, *350 cash.
ALL KINDS of bargains and trades,
firm State Realty, 339 Sonna,. Phone
FOR SALE—No trades. Here Is a
snap. 80 acres four miles from Mer
idian; government water; under
fence; small house and barn; only
*30 per acre: part cash, balance
terms. Do you want a 2 a. chicken
ranch near fair grounds In alfalfa.
Price *700; part cash, balapcc terms.
120 ACRE stock ranch, 1 mile from
town, well equipped with machinery,
dairy Cuttle, hogs and horses. No
better place In Idaho, *5000 will
handle it. E. C. 1-aughlln & Co., 921
1 '... n
5-acre tract near Franklin school; low
price, will consider stoc% for part
Good garage, established business;
other interests compel owner to
Well located 80 acres, 40 acres In
prunes; will make special price for
We have several good properties for
exchange both in farm and city prop
1023 Mein St.
Georgs W. Smith, Manager.
$2850 BUYS EXTRA CHOICE
5 acre tract on Hillerest Loop in high
state of cultivation. Thrifty bearing
orchard, atrawberries and other
small fruit, 4 room cement block
house, barn, root cellar, and other
buildings, 5c fare, JCasy terms. *
*10 .00 per acre gets deeded stock ranch
of 160 acres with private water right,
60 acres can be cultivated, has fam
ily orchard bearing. See us about
this quiek. Might consider small
tract. Very easy terms.
2 ACRE tract with nice new house,
fine for chicken ranch or home, on
Hillerest loop. 5c fare, a real snap,
easy terms. The Edward Stein Co.,
109 N. 10th St., Boise, Idaho. MchlT
THE CREAM OF BOISE VALLEY,
80 A. 7 MILES west Boise on macad
am road, 5 room house, cellar, good
well, barns, hay mow, buggy and
wagon sheds, granary, garage, poul
try houses for 1000 chickens, fine
family orchard, berries, garden, lawn,
fine shade, all woven wire fence and
5 woven wire cross fences, level, fine
soil, paid up Settlers water, 40 acrea
blue grass white clover pasture, 25
acres alfalfn and red clover, 10
ncres grain land, clear of . debt, the
finest farm between Boise and Mer
idian and the cream of our great
«alley; 2. miles from high school.
Meridian; price $160 per a. Owner
has been on this ranch for 35 years,
hence wishes to retire. The bargain
of the day, good terms, 7 per cent.
Cattle, horses and implements can
he had at invoice. eClellan-Hooblpr
, Lan Co., Room 3, Gem Bldg., phone
STRAYED—One roan mare, weight
about 1100 lbs., with new halter on;
branded bar 111. Reward. Phone
LAWN WORK, spading, raking and
caretaking. Phone 22-J.
JEWELRY REPAIRING—A. Ballot,
pioneer watchmaker and jeweler, at
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING;
prices right; ail work guaranteed.
Dwight Perkins, 1607, Idaho St.
BOISE VET. HOSPITAL AND 8TAL
lion stable, 1312 Grove. Dr, Nobis tf
PUT THE CAPITAL NEWS WANT
Ads to work for you. Let them do
the hard work; "theyTe used to it."
BE A PROFESSIONAL'
Stenographer; we teach you In three
months for *30. Paragon School, 306
We are .till headquarter« for all kinds
0 ; „tove repair»; tf we haven't what
you want we can git it The Com
pauy store. *06-3 Idaho St «
REN" A REMINGTON—Get perfect
results; visibles $3 for one month;
*7 50 for 3 months. Others nt lower
rates. Rental payments apply on
Co.. 256-7, Sonna Bldg., Boise. Phone
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