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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

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Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

to I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 2 t r EXAMINE IT Satisfy yourself that the ROYAL is all that we claim fpr it j f Our opinion is necessarily biasedwe know that our claims arc warrantedyou dorjt yet Compare the Royal with every other typewriter made compare the work the touch the speed the construction see dollars difference in them if you can find thirtyfive t WE KNOW what your decision will be We know it to the extent that we are willing to place our machine with you for a oompetitive test Thats OUR brand of confidence Dont you think the saving to YOU warrants at least an investigation Get One on Trial 0 The ROYAL + Standard Sixty Five Dollars d L H BECRAFT OGDEN UTAH AGENT UTAH IDAHO AND WYOMING I Positive II Proof that our CAREY ACT IRRI GATED LANDS in Mlllard Coun ty aro good Is substantiated by tho fact that during the past forty days we havo sold 3340 acres to Utah Farmers Why not you join thorn thereby becoming Inde pendent and Happy 10 Yearly Paymen...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

rY 1 7 JJ j r > j Y f I I 0 r 1 o r T pf ii l I Q I o iI J U o J A L1W1i3 LatJjlaJl J 1 1 iJ k THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 + 3 + NEWCLERKS IN COURT HOUSE c 1 THOSE WHO ARE TO TAKE OF FICE NEXT MONDAY Few Changes Are to be Made by Of ficials John Bluth to Serve Under Dye r The > newly elected officers of Wo r her county will be formally Inductee Inlo office next Monday morning Many i of them havo already tiled tholr bonds and the others will do so before tak ing the oath of office With Sheriff Wilson will ho Carl Allison chief deputy and Deputies John Murphy P J Naylln John Hut chens nUll S H Gave tho latter act ing in the capacity of court bailiff Samuel G Dye the new county clerk will formally assume his dut ies as an official early Monday morn lug and his office force will consist of John V Bluth chief clerk Harry i Hales court clerk Frank J Ilondcr shot general olflce clerk Miss Ray Keck cashier and Mrs Elda Uuorlu Miss Edith Reid and Miss Janet Bl...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

1 4 I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 P I i TE EXAMINER Published Every Day In the Year I by The Standard Publishing Com pany Entered ac second clasz matter at the PoGtofficc Ogden Utah under Act of Congrcoo Communications to this paper arc limited tQ 200 words SUBSCRIPTION RATES Delivered by Carrier In Oglen City Including Sunday Morn ing Examiner in advance 500 At end of month 75c Single copies Sc BY MAIL IN ADVANCE The Examiner is sent by mall outside of Ogden per ycar6oo At least quarterly in advance 150 FEARLESS and INDEPENDENT The Examiner Is a strictly inde pendent newspaper It gives all sides an equal show Tho Examiner nas no favorites and no enemies to punlsu It will give the news unbiased end un prejudiced Communication will bo lecolved on all subjects presented in re spectful language from Utovn Indi viduals but the truo name must ni published in full All letors amt communications signed by nom de plumes or assumed name will oe thrown In the waste ba...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

1 1 J 1G < 1 c D I Ir ji n 4 b r C r 7 l r I t THE MORNING EXAMINEE OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 t I A ri L 1 Have Yov Seen the New rw 0619099 HAT as theonly eailllly new 1r V1tI 909 of the 20th century c0D0Iviscaco0 HOTEL CORNER BROOM II > lr = r llJI t JA Dl it 7 rr wl1b > ll J 1J T 1tD 1 i II r B REvrru Hazel Tout Wins PrizeAt a beauty contest In Empress hall London Hazel Tout of Ogden won second prize There were 45 young ladies in the contest Mrs W V Cassldy will be the soloist at the Congregational church this morning Mary Parmloy and Rosamund Laird will play the violin offertory The evening service will be Jl service for young people with a ser mon upon the New Heroism Italian Earthquake Tho theme of the sermon at tho Methodist church this evening will be Lessons From the Italian Eirthquake Those pres ent will be given an opportunity to show their sympathy by contributing to the relief 01 the sufferers Engagement Announced Cards are out announcing tho engagement o...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 r 6 4 > r = = = III II llI 1111 11 L 1I F ffti II E lfE L IEJfr II Tt I fill Y 1 exUJ Q IYa UJ UJo z CJ i I > a > uJ UJ u I ill Charges In consideration of the low prices which are made during this sale we must insist g on receiving cash for all goods which leave the store H I U MenS 12 Suits 595 SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW EXCEL LENT VALUES GOOD STYLES AND HONEST MATERIALS THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MENS CLOTHING OVER COATS AND FURNISHINGS ARE CHEAPER D II Ilf PUBLIC DEBT Washington Jan 2The public debt statement issued by the secre tary of the treasury shows that at Lite cloao of business December 31 IfldS the debts less cash in the treas ury amounted to 997849761 which Is un Increase for the month of 7916 1DO accounted for by the issue of 30 000000 Panama canal bonds Tho dfbts is recapitulated as follows Interest bearing debt 912900850 Debt on which Interest has ceased singe maturity 3448935 Debt bearing no interest 400501 3S2 3S...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

p V > Tc r s I < 9 IIIIIIIIII i 1 c 1 > i J L > 1 = I T mm 7 T > 1 i 4HJT J II A j 7 f W I rHJi MO Ivan KSTATflirTEK ULrJJJUW UTAH S0WDAY JANUARY 3 IitlB t i l r JERIAL RETURNS l CERT AIN FRUIT CULTURE MOST PROMIS ING INDUSTRY KNOWN Sure and Satisfactory Results Follow the Investment of Capital In Orcharding I Weber county Itself as well as tho largo territory Immediately tributary find contiguous ot Ogden Is justly con ceded the finest and most successful fruit growing district In the entire intermountain region and the indus try is simply in Its Infancy with a iuturo that promises marked develop ment and rich returns for those who oigago exclusively and Intelligently In fruit culture during the next few years and while land Is compara tively cheap and easy to secure While exceptionally fine fruit has been grown In northern Utah for a quarter of a century or more the or chard was regarded as merely a side isauo of agricultural pursuits until within the last tow years...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

H 1 8 I THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 t I 01G I I I I I EXAMINER TELEPHONES EDITORIAL ROOMS Ind Phone two rings No 50 Boll Phone two rlngo No 56 BUSINESS OFFICE InH Phone One ring No 50 Bo1 Phone one ring No 66 REVlTiES I F S Larson of 2103 Adams hold the lucky number for first prize at Smalloys nleo Mrs K R Walker of 2042 Waoh Ave hold the lucky number for 2nd prize d At the Preabyterlan Church ° Tho recullar Natural Phenomena of South orn Italy With Its Relation to the Recent Earthquake will bo dlsciiesoa nL the Presbyterian church at the Sunday evening service In the theme of the owning Rev Carver treats of tho relation of science to prayer For nges the peoples of southern Italy liavo prayed to jibe delivered from the earthquakes 1 If you driuk drink the best at The BeslJt 326 25th street i GLOBE THEATER The most up todate picture show west of Chicago lwo changes of program a week Tues day and Saturday Matinee every day except Sunday South of Grand Opera H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

o c t vO I w I v uafttv1 I r J t V J Stir a r F r 1 F TLU I Part Two 1 MORN NG EXAM NER I Pages9toI6 i OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 3 J909 VOL VINO3 PRICE FIVE CENTS J pj 1r m W91 11W t iIllit S lGRAND HOUSECOMING AT1RACTION1 r I T 1 n t 4 l I I MONDAY SUNDAY JANUARY 10 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 I JZ I THE DEVIL THE FLOWER OF THE RANCH FIFTY MILES FROM BOSTON I I 4 THE DEVIL AT THE GRAND MONDAY NIGHT THE DEVIL MONDAY The Devil which is to be present ed here for the first time was describ ed bj one New York drnmntlc critic as The Servant in the House turned Inside out He went further and called the play TIle Devil in thu House In this worldfamous play the Dell introduces himself without too much mystery and without red fire into the studlp of an artist Karl Mahler He Is known as Dr Miller at I everyones service He is always at Mahlers elbow and at the elbow of the rich bankers wife Olga Hofnmmi I whom Mahler loves and who loves Mahler fanning the flame of passion urging tempting...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 O a ooomooo orosoeo ocao rocooOOCGCQQ 00OC oao ocCOCeoaooo < oa ooeocooooatcoocoosoe oc f I e Stage Morality on the WaneJ Outline of The Vampire j H I 0 < > I Paul M Potter Sinks to Writing The Queen of the Moulin Rouge j = LIf I Mantell Undertakes Foreign Tour of Record Length I U V i I From Our New York Dramatlo Corre I spondent I HEN a playwright of the ability and standing of I W Paul M Potter entangles his pen In the wob of mediocrity and vulgarity as seen In The Queen of the Moulin Rouge at the Clrclo theater It Is time to won der whether or not the plavmaklng profession has not fallen among evil days When tho dramatlzcr of Trilby took to dabbling largely in the music al field composing lyrics etc ho mot with fair success but his latest dia matlc effort Is nothing less than a cloud on his reputation Whatever possessed him to allow his name to appear on the program IB impossible to understand I Ting Queen of tho Moul...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

I If r I 77 J R I R1 i n r 1 r = li 1 rte k f ell t 1r f 7 NnnMnnNnMn vivwnMNwnivninnnnnnnnNVnnnnsiMNNVniwv nnvnwNV nnn nnnN n N < SHt < 0i W < 4b N 0 < V + C > < < r > r l V r l1Sy J r r A Wr r N r > 0 < t00 < n xy > < I0000 S nET y d TTfo o A tf f 1 W J ° tl ° Ce TY TTfeiil I l Lt Mabel BaJrison Anna eld and Fritzi Scheff In New Plays Ij S t 1YMRWI I WlllU lI rMJUi Jl ivi WJlJi i Ji IL 18 1 kJVMVJiiL llil ll VV I 1W a V U = s t < gf = 1 i < I I ysti 1x > JyJ 0n000v > txJ < > f R 13 y x v uY i + NNH < MwNMo < WoWMv i I < V < A < oov < V M > < 4 M44 rWrZrvr > r 0 t nVV 1 I From Our New York Dramatic Corre spondent HE arrival of the holiday sea son has as usual hen marked THE by the production of a large irk number of now plays and It eo happens lhal the dramas put on al n this time this year exhibit 11 wide I no range In subject and regretfully In a quality also I The Blue Mouse at the Lyric the ater...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

r r i issSY1v 15iONrET I I Qjl tJcK ClrU T WflcSenl tJrailjb d r ID I ever tell you of the most memor able visit to Arapahoe asked the g bishop looking up from magazine with which he had beguiled the last hour of the journey I No I replied that was before my time I believe I was a newcomer in the diocese comparatively speak ing I Yes answered the bishop Something in this I paper recalled it to me This notice of the Irving Terry performance of Macbeth in New York with the pictures you know he added handing me the book What connection is there bishop between your most memorable visit to Arapahoe and the Irving Terry performance of Macbclht Not any said the bishop except that it reminded me of another theatrical performance which I attended in Arapahoe I am not one of those clergymen who join in the clerical hue and cry against theaters he continued reflectively In fact I think the theater 1 and that a good play is may be a means of grace up i and elevating tinsf 1 w religious party of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

I 0 f r 7iF r r r of r 0 1 1F < b + V i l M 1 r c V i h d r C L w > 1 1 t 0 utAH THE mORNING EX11UNER OGDEN UT AA SUNDAY JANUARY 3 19051 I t r t + c as + 8J b8d a c < 1 1 FREE rz f f I F T u F1 i f t 10 I 11 fi I E GIF TS I I r y r r to 0 r a I = il d N e i C L v r J F r M t s C r l I bIers r 1d OF THE < I J 101I r 1 ri j jl i tj r tl M f l r 1 4 r d S tandard d f Examiner aoI < f 3 1 BY Mail j t i 1 The foUowino books win be given free to id and new Subscribers who pay in 1 advance the IiHrnmber off montlhs hereiIYI fter sftaied Tbe books oUeredare only a few 01 t each kind leU of omUf premjhmm and wbeJfil 1ihe sIDlppRy n exhausted will not be renewed r t a r FIRST COME FIRST SERVED 1 I u 1 Any one of the following books can be had by any responsible a i person who will sign a contract to subscribe for either th a Standard Y or Examiner for 18 months and pay for same quarterly in advance L Fifty cents additional if book is sent by mail or express 10 BooksDr Gunns New...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

I 14 0 THE mORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1900 I r I 45YAR = HE ilY fP EY lX f5 liLAP EmV I CHAPTER XIII Continued I To all purposes I was a caged pris I oner The risk I bad run to spy on I them would bo to no purpose unless I I could surprise thorn at their nights I I work I raged at my impotence Then I thought of tho window Perhaps there was a balcony There was no blind at the window but wooden shutters that fastened with a catch I pushed open the French windows Yes there was tho balcony and to my joy I saw that It extended the length of the suite And now a new difficulty stared mo In the face At any moment they might enter the bedroom and when I bad gained the balcony outside the i salon would shutters prevent my see Ing within As to the first risk must take It The door had jammed before It would Jam again Tho noise made in opening It would give mo somo warn ing I I gained the balcony there wore hntterg tint I could sco readily through tho Interstices It was the apa...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

r iV 1 r J f aJ L Y i Ft l T 06 > I a THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN UTAH I SUNDAY JANUARY 3 1909 I = = J5 4 e JIll 1 jar i a nke tnc till lap ah licr vas you had 01 i 01t > t Ige IlIle we era low 1Y Von Vonot ot r Sn oth out I Cur t I 1110 iiiltl the igIt rnc use hen the i In ina too suo sod V I Iii IOVR for por get two ach the big got ting Inks got got j in to ting a toj too inclf tho lion nettt You out nol s it1 th tier < I th6 1 VII n It Itor or URlU peo h an J mine Dad thai I ayE H1r t ows ovt auci t b < bho bOI iche < beet consS irlea it catf rtilcl at ns etera > WlllJ 3 pro have stroj havM v the re on uructi allantj ly rc1 a poo2 re be 1 this latlou ho V n n 1116 a pInt rni detect > Icking < cation Is thej malroSt i are to iet an t then anamlil I ruddy ho tan o a p ° iouldn1 IB must scarlel fire of slaknbH lUng ofj J cookij tea I lior out Is cheap 10 larg Lll good ged and and are tson the the girl til he la his face by th blon de fi as t18 tchor H itcr Cat...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

t i + L i THE SUNDAY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 3 1009 I t i J I I I I H 2dGE 1fJ Y I I o i t I f I S S I A I DPESSfflGI > a tQ itj3xpre jon I 9 x I PERSONALITY f r = hp 7oeIIer l The Actresss Opportunity To Set Fashions Where Some Stage Frocks Are Made The Devils Effect on Fashions Lillian Russell Directoirlied I The Sensational Anna Held 1 I Salome Influences Dress I 1 r I Do actresses set the fashions or follow them It mny be said perhaps that If tho ac tress follows echo follows so closely In I the von of Fashions Inspiration that tho first expression of Madame Modes whim filefi are often accredited to her own orlgl nnllty Tbat some fashions arc set by the stage Is Indisputable For example The Jane Hading veilthe Mary Manncrlug curl tho Merry Widow hat the drop far rlnJfirst worn by Miss Batrymore In I Alice Sit by tho Flrenml other cos I tume Items which have leaped Into ex travagant popularity becnuse In tile I glamour of the footlights they proved tiO pictu...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

I = 1 00 0 1Je > 0 a I 0 I R > J > rPl17 1 r L > J r < ft > i r f f T 0 0 i t > 5 o l r r 0 I I J J L I 7 i j r I I 411 01 1 I I I 1 r tlq YU41 SUER a NEtU I c GINS LEAs f t a t en OGDEN CITY UTAH SUNDAY 0 I r + e > 0 It j i L 1 A I III Howi THIS FOR A WILD STUNT 7 BVD 5fHTH H I I new smo1 1 long iraockl to thej vlth a nhern wo raj In as d lace a atci j spire lurkcij deba nS lit n any iG only ill bcrl ae III e nilt gotra much cr but IB ao us nod In tljol c I Mku lathe Mnudel Egyp te one sprtI Icl hf j rcfullrl js tbej at pith Her thy S3 thfl to con del for singe flrlabljj iing in TDS ate t clvnbly wadayfl opt a sports ag et course r hoic redding tl attolr ollppcrfl rd witifl II what proper alth tol 1 doteh Jsl ilIl to d13 to have that ors chuCtI 8l1ppt uk as ul a trine wct the aD red nil he heels cr dry hen tbe 1 occorn It WPs pair of I ounl or IC luade chow InS n r1 61l1 S rlrlob r Mile or s9 barrid I colored rcalhID all wbUe o wreilh IC cordrd ers hart Jr a...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

1j i J I I o t I I II I 1 i I U 1 I I t HER DECISION A T only goes to prove d observed tics II a w k o H nnvpfly thai so vacillating a I m person must bo more I 1 or less morally de t nclanc If lfiss Decatur I catur had any proper sense of her obli gations she would never havo given pay ing guests such a din ner as we had tonight But aunt Surah Marjorie Ran dolph ventured diffidently the din nor hero arc almost always good but Norah has been Buffering with neu i ralgia all day and 4 Miss Decatur spoils Norah shame fully and wo suffer tho consequences of her credulous good nature Inter posed Charlotte Craig a cleareyed young person with the authoritative somewhat dictatorial manner of a successful professional nurse What can you expect of a woman who confesses to having eat up till 4 oclock In the morning reading nov els laughed Honor Templn But I flatter myself she triumphant ly that I havo cured our hostess of wasting her time over swashbuckler romances I consider It an Important p...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

r t j4 7L f c 1 1 r I i G i I 1 i 1 I mac need e fled eh fl all rC ajjj fora Nita G18 lfbly light hilh 1na then > ited Wait log d tall and you t a t t H a FORA THE MART SET I i tot cal hear her ying 3CSa Sa o she atur ctly foeh Y on on Cate tint if a tltc her re itch the is i Iget lea yea htr htra her inti er Jw n roC icn the lit IUi t ef ed f C Ids ii 1 dl lu Z13 er tic LC or It il > ilofi t ivnit nit tie lot JIct ctsr sr IJ Ihg lcr en Iite A ter e o ire t i l c IJ J L I I a i J1i J a t II tilti I b m I LATEST CONeEiT i IN e NDLESTI JSt Done In fted I r m L b I 1d I = t = i v I rr I > tit > + J If j CANDLESTICKS CANDLESTICKS CANDLESTICKS I The craze for candlesticks has extender i tender to all hoincu and for those who i arts not fortunate onough to possess antique ones almost exact reproduc tions have boon made Thope of an cient origin arc not the only ones which arc to be desired for Home of the newest ones are very beautiful and are not copico of old patterns o t F o...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning examiner. — 3 January 1909

i c MOW GRL I HAVE A I 1 I It ff I YoU SAID YOU WERE1 r I k m SURPRISE FOR YOU WELL GO E I III I 4N Y 2 YEAR 5 I = = = = T IN FOR A = UTTLE LUNCHEON < o ° Ou I 1I11 r V r V I I I I III 911 IiI I I I I r I II III II II Iii It IIII I I I I I II III II I I I I I I Iii if I I I I I I I if It I I Ill I It II I I I I I I fi I I H III Ill fi ifi H H ft Well Gr ndE a Prim Ke carne to town He put his trusty zun away And then they played some oldtirae Jj A meS 10 watch the Mew Year in And opened ap a s a ck ClubPit end e pinthe late 1 He Ibr ought Kis > trusty un 10t J And s read the nut s a hd pples out > ATI cl hlckmychl k my crane crow I To ada unto the a1L1 For evTY ORe to sn ck Unit it grew quite llte f And jkrst the youngsters drovvsyuBrew Bh 1 Pvnklettle Par Gr tldp a s 2 ur All the Polks in the house woke up J Then 2dl oeS s n to blink She g ave z Little OX hj And then the whistles blew I Soon a11 bat Pinkie snoring were And Gr onclpX took Ker out of < doors And soon the O...

Publication Title: Morning Examiner, The
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