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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 July 1893

AS BOSTON SEES IT. Mr. Crownlnshield Thinks the shermaun Law Must Be Itepealed to Re store Colfidence. TO THE EDITOR OF THF. THIUUNr: Sir: I have read 4ith a great deal of interest the ideas of the Hou. Paris Gib son on the "Silver Issue" as stated in TIP1 ''fitntUNE of the l3d of Juno. Mr. Gibson has struck the keynote of the situation. The present Sherman act is largely responsible for the increas ing and alarming lack of confidence throughout the country; and only by its early repeal can confidence be restored and business again resume its natural activity. The wiseet heads everywhere agree that a bimetallic currency woult be a most desirable thing provided an inter national agreement could be reached; but until such an international agree ment can be reached we, as a nation and iLdividually, cannot afford to have the stability of our currency open to the least suspicion of doubt. The vast and constantly increasing at cumulation of silver in the trea ury tends more than anything ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 July 1893

WILL CLOSE DOWN. The Smelting and Mining Men of Colorado Have Resolved to Shut Up Shop. All Smelters, Mines and Mills Will in Consequence Cease Work-Thons anlds of Men Will Be Idle. DE NVEt., June 2).-A large number of the representative smelting and mining men of the state met at the Brown Palace hotel this afternoon and unanimously decided to completely close down all th3 smelters, mills, and mines in Colo rado. J. S. Hagerman of Colorado Springs called the meeting to order and ex-Gov, Grant of Omaha and of the Grant smelter was elected chairman. Resolu tions were adopted by the meeting that declare that the world cannot transact its business without the use of silver money; that the actual cost and value c of the metal far exceeds the incorrectt views which monometallists have formed; that the inevitable course of the events will quickly demonstrate that the enor- t mous sums of money invested in rail roads, loans and other property will so depreciate in value that monometallists...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 July 1893

TALK OF THE TOWN. Senator R. F. Pettigrew of South Da kota, spent ThurIsay in Great Falls, and on being shown about the falls, mills and towneite generally, he declared that there is noyoung town in the country that he has seen, so certainly destined for a great future. lie was amazed with the extent of the water-power, of the coal fields, and other natural resources, and when hesaw the crops on the sur rounding farms he predicted that this would soon be the garden spot of the west. Senator Pettigrew is one of the wheel horses for free silver in the United States senate and is greatly incensed on account of the turn affairs have taken in the last few days. In couversation with a TarlnI'UNI: reporter, yesterday, the sen ator said: "My own belief is that the Now York bankers are chiefly tot blame for the present situation. They are at every crisis a disturbing element to the coun try's linances. Among thorn are a lot of men who have no country, nou patriotism, and no God. They are the...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 July 1893

LOVE'S SECRET. N·ever eek to tell thy Mve. Love that never told can bet forthe gentle wind doth move Silently, invisibly. I told my love. I told my love. I told her all my heart. Trembling, cold, in ghastly fears, Ah! She did depart! S.oot after she was gone from me. A traveler ceme by. Silently, invisibly: ile took her with a sigh. -Wiulirgr Blake in eow York Ledger. THE MISSIN(G COAT. My name is Frederick Putnam. I have been the last 10 years foreman and bookkeeper of the lumbering establish ment of William Winston & Co. Mr. Winston is the resident partner and man ager of the business. The other menm bers of the firm live in the city and at tend to the sales of lumber which we send to them by vessel. One coll evening as I was preparing for homeo I heard foitsteps outside, and presently a tall, stout. w, ll dressed man with a small traveling hzig in one hand and a shawl over his arm enhtred the office. I was alone. I had already put on mIy overcoat and was turning down the ligh...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

FINE WATCH REPAIRING, uDIAMOND INrINGo. W. E. CHAMBERLAIN JEWIELRY MANUFACTURNGO TVATCRB1, 3E D IAJEOW /L A T C8TmIrLIN C, ,.!I . W A t J, W O. CHAM ERLAIN'I .EA L L RICH JW .UBR. 4 120 Crlt l .b" VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY M()I~NIN, .I[ TrJLY 1, I S'. NUMIBEII 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - I. . . KILLED 30 FIREMEN W'hile Fighting ia 'ire iat the IWorld'a Fair lrtilotnds TIlte Bratve .lMen Perittsh. A Terrille nSlene of Living Men ('lre mated Witnessed by Many Tllhollsads. WoniLt'S 1FAIR (lOt'NonIs, July 10.--No less that thirty firemen lost their lives at the World's fair grounds this afternoon just before 2 o'clock. At that time the cold storage warehouse just south of the Sixty-fourth street gate caught tire in the top of the cupola which rises fully 200 feet from the ground. ' hrough this I cupola the chimney passes. The ctuleaI is built of wood overlaid with stall, andt is highly ornamented with colulmnll ail pillars. Near the top is a landing. ''he ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY JULY 14. 1M. SENATOR HILL FOR sILVEIt. I It has been said from time to time t that Senator D. B. Hill of New York in tends to work for the free coinage of sil ver at the approaching session of con. gress. As no definite statement has been made bly the senator some papers u in the west have doubted his loyalty to r silver, but the matter seems now to he t settled by the following assertion of the Washington Post. After commenting at length on the fixed conviction of .Mr. p B1ill in favor of silver, the l'o,st says: "It r is impossible at this time to present an c intelligent forecast. A new congresse will assemble in September- or when ever Mr. Cleveland summons it --and it represents to sonme extent an unknown v quantity. The claim has been set up f' that the stringency in tunney matters v and consequent disturbarces in com merc have converted many, aho, six fi months ago, were the sworn partisans of I° silver. And all this may be so. But it n is equally t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

ONE WOMAN'S POINT OF VIEW The Hielp. Side of the Servaut qu1(es. tiion Ilrielly and Pointedly Discussled. Hlos the Iefined and Gen(;tle Mind 3a-l Ap\llprei'ite tilhe Sc'lenery Ilereaboluts. Probably it you could dive at will into the inner consciousness--or is it uncon sciouseness':-of the average woman of today you would tind uppermost the "Servant-ilirl Quastion," with capitals. It is the problem of the day with women, for most of us are destined to be either mistress or maid. The relation is one that adnits of great mutual affection and respect as well as happiness. As it exists we seldom find any of theoe liqu'li ties.but rather jealousy Land envy on one side enIl soltishness on Iilth. eliwh gives as little and takes as ouch ae she can. Neither hais any conlilenlce in the other. Now, I look at it this wval. 'Ii'h higher the attainments or the socitl po. sition the greater the reslponsibilit. Therefore we must hav' good i iS.tresses before we have goodl nslilt. It is uc: lees for...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDI)AY JULY 14. 18938. WIl.ST <a1 TIEl; sI'T'I''itE. JusLit now there if scarcoly any other topic in the east as well as in the wret eveeopt the repeal if thle Sherman law and what is to ,e d(1o11 wit the ,ione tary sy-te' ' f tlhe country alfter that ia ti.pIosell If. l':ntire' I115e1 of the big lanterT. newI - Ipaer.arIl 1C iven , the sllubjc''t. aid tle Na ,Irk W\rl. whiclh ] n h-l the ,is 11155 111 ,,ells tl r,'aliz,' better than 115-t fl thI'Il lhow 1'serious tihe Iqustion is. gilv s th , following list Ill jpoSsihte Sult.titutes for til ~lhlrmllI law' I ', i nI W' i it I (tr h +t. -r.1,.,, tli.,' 'l. .4 III II Ah-,'t,, frm; i . , 1 i' . ,' . 1 ... 1 ,r 1 i r' A'l ·,r l.l+. it it ,, I . Nillw I, I'- n whIlihll i. ii.i Ti lt ! h rising (If ,t'll l Ii~ T~e t l lls ace. ' ri ts. Ti l,' ,+,a? i, I, ,i , iw t t\wo or 1 t1)1111. (If the Sliver IJ l li thbus far teresiei g j rlitn w iii Sl~IC (I ¶u~ c·till' anyI coLnvening.lI tliIl, Illii aillil. t'14,hhr t~le...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

HER LIFE WAS WRECKED. Renegade Life Led by a Married Man in Canada and Ilere. And Wretci-heid Experience of the Wife lie 'Wronged iund Alandonedtl -- Victilms Uniorel. A story of man's cruelty and decep-. tion and woman's suffering that paints in blackest lines the character of Robert C. Scott, a former clerk in Murphy, Ma clay & Co.'s store, has just come to light, This is the abandoned wife's story. On Slept. 1., 1889. Scott was on trial in Calgary, N. W. 'I'., for cruelty to his wife antid defendedl himself by atttclkil.i her virtue, bribing lnumerous witntto.es to swear falsely. Afterwards oine oif theie perjurors was sent to the Manitlba I,', itontiary for three years for the crin', and Nov. 10, 1890, to aivoid illortl i;ltvrti punisrhment hlmaelf, Sctt Cilllt to I (Great Valls, andl soon obtalineld lwork it the grocery depoartment of Murphy. Mla clay & Co.'s store. lie tlhon sent _-;, to a girl by the name tof ,Ana Mlilley, or (Gervis. of Calgary, by whom hei had a1 ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

GOLD BUGS AT WORK. l'ti'ondititnll Ilepe.t' l ofi'l The ' Shtl'r an tl lat n Ithenuched liyv New Vork C'ongre.. Iteqlue.ted to AIPoilt iit I'olt lissionlt to Iteport on tlhe itlo- y etary q4a'et"I ion. NI\\ Yomul. July I;. .\ Al-pctial meet of the chaimber of coitinerce was held tl thls aftternoon for the purposa of giving ci public oexpression to, pinions f hbusiness men as to remedies tio be applied for the restoration of c.,nli.t.ic inii place of the present diisturii,,l c'oniili, u of the liuth - cos. liiiul disiiture' l c 'l itin,t. s'ays the call, has been brouulht aboht plriimarily by the tnforced purchases of us, l:'.s .I- T o'er bul ,i lh, el thlr teo !qemnt t distrt st of the ai'ility of the govi'ru-neint to 1'I"" serve a gold staiida',i. Fully a Ihunhoii lul ltenbts were prer,,H t wbho the Ili~1 nig was, callcd to or I,. by. A.lexaunder I. S., o rr. lir-t tice, prl -it, l. It, the absl t ce of I'r,,-lint i m h, s S ite art Smith. ,JoIn t ,li , ,,r.i ll i ailer deiscriing ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

APTAIN COUCH'S FINE HORSES Sun River Ranch That May Soon Ilival OIme on Bitter AINMt. ilst Stuck of PIerfeet IPreedin 1nl1d li'anntil'nl to the lie. holher. On the other side of the range when ne horsets are mentioned one naturally ilinks of the superb Daly ranch in Bit ey Root valley, and so when the breed. g of trotters is mnentioned over here ne reverts to the beautiful ranch of aptuin Thomas Couch on Sun Itiver. he former is the head of a big demo ratic following on the west side, and ie latter a power in republican pIoltics Silver Biow county, but both are alike nd of good horses, and are lmaking a ide issue of moJre or lees importanceo in hat lina. .Alidly Mr. Unl)y's sprinters ave gathered in many great prizes 1f he turf. and it is atInI)Ig the lribabili ice that Captain Couch will have sonme inners on the track before loug. A TIUnI.vS: repolrter Fpent tll Ith of uly at Captain Couch's farm and look d over his stbles. Th'lle farm consists e some 1.2t0 acres and was formerly w...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 July 1893

THE HERO OF TODAY. ELEMENTS OF CHARACTER WHICH p RAISE MAN TO THE FORE. C A Man Is Often Judged by the Men He c Admires, as Is a Nation by the Kind of a tMen She Honmaors-Courage Is Not the i Only Iouillty Ittnisitel I n i Hero.. It is it tnit 0 :h iir. hs it yet eollie to be fully rlt.tedz that mluch of ith, chrl, acter of an inilividual deln,Ind, 11up his ideas of heroisim. What he adllires :ail honors is a good test of what le is, or r rather what lihe logs to be, and his hercs will always have a strong attractive force, which will draw him as far as pos sible into their sphere. In all the various types of the hiero onte quality r.emains forever prominent-courage. The can nibal who has distinguished himself by the number of his murders. the robber chieftain who hal held thousands at bay. the Indian with his helt adorned with scalps. the duelist who h,lds his lifei cheaper than his fau:ied honor, have all in times past been regarded as heroes, and whatever estimato they now receiv...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

FINE WATCH WEEKPA TRRIBUNEI WE DIAMOND sETTRJ,B W E. CHAMBERLAI JEWIELRY MANUFACTURING VATCHER, : : )IAMORD?, AT WTERLINO ILWERWARE, W. 3. CHAMIERLkIN'd RICH JIWRLRY. I2O Central Ave VOTLUME XIII. (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY 3MOIrNING, .f .LYS 21, 1893. NUMBER 14 -- " " . . . . . -7 . . . . . . . . . . .. . -: -- 7 - --- -- -- -- - -. - ---" - 2 . . - . .- -. y 2 -- -2 7 . . . - Y2 . .. .- "--- .. . .. -. .. . . .. . _ . MOST FIENDISH PLOT A 4'onple of Pri-Omislllme i the C'lifton (N. V. I'risoanl'Iatn to K. ('ilia4. 'Thle PIlt I nclided tle M turdier of Two Keepers -ilhm it Was Iiscovered. An iljtN(, N, Y., .niJuly 17. The warden of Clifton prison, at I )annemlora. :ahti itowIt to Albany late this afternoon and procoeded into the executive chamtber and related to G(ov. Flower a brutal cheenlo of a nu)mber of long-term pris uners iconllned in this prison to guait their freedom, which ilinlutded the (ihld bitloded miurdler of several of the plison guards. ()n of the lpritsoners who...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY JULY 11. 1890. HOKE .MITH ON 5ILVER. Although the secretary of the interior was not disposed to talk for publication on the silver question while here yester day, he talked freely to a TuLii.t'NI. man and finally gave this paper permissaon to print the views he expressed. As a broad proposition he said tllat h is a bi-metallist. but he doets not believe that a hi-metallic basis at the present ratio can be maintained b% the United States alone. (On this point Mr. Snith said: "I am a fervent admot ate of a low taritff and sound money. I am inter ested, for instance, in some iron proper ties in the south. If I cannot work these iron mines at a profit I alt not going to ask the government to help mue by taxing my neighbors fir my benefit in order that I may maiik a protit. I believe in every tuit standing on its own bottom. When a golt mniner delves i. the earth for the yellow metal lie knows that he can get at dollar for his dust only when he produces a dolla...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

NO SUNDAY FAIR. The Local Board It.,i' 1 That There i1 No Money ill Sunda. Spening. Afterr' TomorroTw, Therefore. There Will lie No Mor'e SundayI Se slons Allowed. Cn, I.t, .July 11.- The World's fair is to be closed on Sur.days, and after July 1I; it will not he open to the public on that day. The admissions of next Sunday have already been donated fur the relief of the families of liremen who lost tlheir live in the rccent lire on the groundtl. and but for this fact the fair woull. probably have ubee clouedl n-it Sunday. 'l'he vote of the local directory rescinding its former ic' ion Wla l ver-. Iwhehliingly in favor of clouiag it, stand. 21 to 1. i'. Whsu the meeting of directors wse called late this afternoon an addtlress ad vocating Sunday closing signed by all the leading Chicago clergymen was read. Vice President Peck, who presided inl the absence of President Iliginbotham, then read the following resolution, which was at once adopted, and the directore adjourned apparently w...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FIII)DAY JULY 21. 1.3. 'ill N11: 'ITll I' t Ill l' ll. .\A one tof the most feasibhle methods of se.eurir;i rolief for A.\ mriean intds trie ,.ve submit thiA pIil prreenteI by Mr. 31. 31. Lytvi: In eies of the iapprlunchini. jipil ..i.i,, I' f on r.n -, the distur'bt ,i co tI tion of tilaner andl buines alfairse, ant the wi,,iN diTetrent ant- unsettled tihe - ries andl ,-i.he of the it.'li, i inanciers of te uniltry. would it ut be well to suILe ;t sonme concedred ltin uf action for the consileral-m ofi thi, people somie pla lby whieti th peiople of the so-called silver anl ugiiultuiral states may bie enabled to icr in concert andt Lbrin to tbar upon ,courress the greattst possile preseure in an attempt to ob tain thiineial legislati-n favorable and ust to their interests: In the present depressnel1 condition of alrairs all tler the lan i. the gold stand artl adt veates trind au ei'luse for an at 't utt t further demlor etiz' silver. This as 'atled forth from the...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

FIRIF-IIIJ(i AT WVOKI(. Two Cenltral Avenule IlululluIin ln lledl Iy What Neem to 11e Inlendiiary Fires. About 2::10 a. m, Monday t;re was discovered in the small frame building at the corner of Central avenue and Fourth street, owned by :4. A. ileachley and occupied by J. I'. Woodlley'y paper •and paint establishment. 3Ihbe Ilames had good headway but the departtmont promptly responded and soon had the tire out. T'I' lire originateal in the up per story, which was unoccupied, and was evidently the work of an incendiary. No lire had been in the store for slon time and no one was at work in the store Sunday. A door was open so anyone might have entered. The building is badly charred tup stunas. ''ile loss to Woodley is between tikll and ti il,whlieh is covered by insurance with Ilanks & Fullerton and lhlrghardt & 'rary in the amount of $Ma). Sunday morning's lire in tihe Ulhowen block was also probably of incendiary origin. It was discovered about :1 a. m. by an A. I). T. mes...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

A TERRIFIC CRASH. A F ! 1-Fl3 ih EIprr.* Cpe 'rasJhe sl ut a Freighlut Train'lu'at W'its Stanudl ing o" a $itsling. Fitv I'.irsaen Wm z \ ' Ii Filed I -ainu1t and a Iazu NcccccXIlcr WVeie .litre uc" IAr" I jnj irtd. r.11.il :' ll N. 1. . .. Juiy 1:. - t'he Wtst Shore day express, No. 1. due here at 12:11 p. n., was wrect'ke in thei W\\t Shore freigh' yard today. The train co,.istediof the lcoitolitiv'e, a aw_'ir.me and express catr. a sllioker, two da'\ coachel and a parlor car. The' enrgineer was Ialuieli i'."hlb.i alit the cnlducltor Iliehard .\Ader.''n. The rain was a few miciutts late at t'irnwall, four miles soutl f hlere. andl was running very Sfa-tt. When it rtao.,l a switch which conliets t te itila'in :oai with the West , ',, f : . r ::.<i. a mile south of :he otatit,' I '. l: e picked up, it is s p ..... . I ,' , , ct which caused it to ju I.,p tl,. I .. anit leave the track. It r,:. hiot. t. ties a dibtal:ce equal to tI, ',,'ii . ft .e traitn and then crashed Into, e t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

CITY ENUINEER SUED. * Ugly Charge Against J. 1D. White Owing to a land Deal. A. K. Barbour, trustee, Joseph O. regg and Massena Bullard have brought it against .James I). White. now city gineer of (treat Falls; Geo. W. Bird, 'hite's former partner in 1"argo, in the vil engineering business, arid S. II. in y, an attorney of I argo, to recover i.0tN) damuages. T''he material faIct of the complaint e as fllohs; About May 1. 188, Gtregg became de rous of securing some government land d asked Pinney wb.hthor he thought would bu advisable to take it with valentine scrip," or not, and was ad ed by L'inucy to, instead, mak, a sol er's additinmal homestead emntry. ''To this Mr. Gregg paid Pinncy 8~,71M0 to ure a power of attorney to binm from honorably discharged so'dier, which nney did and Gregg transferred it to arbour, who locutoe lt anti the north at quarter of the southwest quarter section 41. township 21 north, range east. ould beLafIer ti .ecurT s i quilt , imll eed fronm lMatrlal c'l...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 July 1893

AN EX-CONVICT'S STORY. PItiful Plaint of a Man Who Has Served a Term For Forgery. "No. 15,481" tells a pitiable story of his difficulties in attempting to obtain a liv ing honestly after undergoing a term of imprisonment. He was sentenced 8j years ago to two years' imprisonment for forgery. Previously he had been pos sessed of considerable imeais, had i einll brought upl) ill luxury, but Ixhi:lneting his fortunle had ctmnlllitted forgery to obtain more mioney. During his iimprisionmnent he canme into contact with many young fellows who had committed similar crimes, and who had not tlheslightest idea as to how they were to gain a living when they got out. Wheni he was released, he had a few pounds, and when this was gone he appllied to thel Discharged Prison ers' Aid society. lie stays: "I was told I citll come into the house (and so mix with sont, of the /'roatest of criminalsa, for which I should have to choI wood or do tailor ing, etc., but this I oljected to do, so was given a no...

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