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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 March 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Poet'sCorner ito the Ornedjr (Jrasper Hopthla mud rush, ye thoughtless^man! Pauseawhile and think! ^ ^^VIII you not heed^do you not scan.^The near approaching brink^|Of tin., allowed you on earth. Whichyou. In your haate, so tnla-^uae, |Thatyou have almoat alnce your birth,^Done little else except abuae! Yemortal man through cyclea of time^That Ood developed from plane to^plane. Theneareat approach to the Sublime,^Should hearken to hla rightful^claim, Toyou alone are g-tfta aupplied The greateat work by nature^wrought.^And to all elae on earth denied. Thepower to enfold the Soul of^Thought Heedyon then hla Juat appeal. Canyou not aee the world'a great^need Itla ample time you ahould reveal Othertralta than thoae of Creed.^You have gifts of great reaource, Andtalents whereby yon can plan,^It la wrong to concentrate thla force^To hurl agalnat your brother man. Ixok ye everywhere the world around,^At mlaery, anguiah, dlatresa and^pain. Kitwhich no reason c...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 24 March 1910

.1 OF n tc or Ob m* On. I Be tr TK | clathe CUI Irissen Wethe^^lv exr.to w1 alotha do Th* tecI coir pow has upp enU froi beci clas the ofI cult for TIt*^ed i^per^of li^das.-^wide^of la^and^the^educ^thy^mor Ittlon^dust!^born^the ^^ty w^claaa^fane Thently^work^equil^life,^achot^this,^as fa^the ) Mrfiver^Vive^that^come^and^Vent'^The^Ixlng^claaa.^move^Ing (^from^leas,^tion,^gives^and It^true^of ak^able^their^hope'^^thla ^^to gn^ter th^educa MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT ToOur Supporters! Whenthe Socialist Party ceased publishing the Montana News, there^wen- it considerable number of bills left unpaid which have never been met^by the Slate Committee of the Socialist Party of Montana. Inorder to continue publishing the News and maintain tlx business stand -^Inn. (lie present publishers, Graliam and Hazlett, ha^l to guarantee the pay^^ments of some of the debts of the So. lulls! Part). \- we were Hnaiicially^unable to pay them all off. notes were given to guarantee payment ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 March 1910

VOTEFOK THE I'ARTY [ ^^^!^ JII^ior(p^^ Hi OFYOUR CLASS, j ''^^ ONTANANEWS ABOLISHTHE C AP-^TAI.IST SYSTK.M. VOL.VII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY. MARCH 30,1910. NO.32 MILITARISMAND LESE MAJESTEIN MONTANA DonahueMilitia Bill Russianizes the State. Vicious^Legislation Aimed at Organized Labor. Militia OfficersEmpowered to Arrest^Without a Warrant. NEWSTRIKE BREAKINGLAW CorporateInterests in Montana^Assembly Ride Rough^Shod Over the^People. Inthe last session of the Montana^Legislature a bill known as House^Kill No. 210 was lntrbduc. d by Dr.^Donahue of Dawson County, a demo-^ciat. lis object was to reorganize^the state mllltla .if Montana Perhapsnot In the history of Anglo-^Saxon civilization, since the days of^Charles Stuart, has so drastic a meas^^ure been Introduced in MM Legislative,^halls of any English speaking country.^Kut It was passed by the Legislature^of Montana without any opposition ex^^cept the few members belonging to^organlz. d labor. 'After the bill was approved by the^^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 March 1910

wmm MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ISSUEDWEEKLY.^GRAHAM ft HAZLETT, Publisher*^OFFICB It PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908^Entered at the Post Offlce for truii- missionthrough the mall at second- claaarate*. SUBSCRIPTIONS: On*Year SixMonths ,l Onecent per copy In bundles up to 100 Goodwins Woekly. publshed In Salt^Lake City, Is another paper that has a^bad attack of mtllturiphodla. In a re^^cent issue It advocates the establishing^of military schools In the western^states, and believes that the Pacific^coast states should pass laws compel^^ling all boys of eighteen years of age^to attend an army school for at least^a year and a half. Graduallythe capitalists are creat^^ing a MritaMl In favor of compul-^aory military service through the en^^tire country. Slowlybut surely the people are^being educated by the ruling class to^demand war. TheBritish capitalists who wanted^to wipe out the Republics of South^Africa spent six years in educating^the English working nun Into believ^^ing that a war with t...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 March 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELKN'A, MONTANA. WorkGrsIn Convention WEEKLY LETTEU8 ON WOttl-D HOUNDLKCTMtE TOl'R.^HV ffilOi THOMAS Mill-^A STRIKING PARTNERSHIP Kllblrnle,Scotland, Ido not think there is uny Question^at all that the Id.-nlman of the future^will he devoted aliow everything elsi^to the promotion of the common good,^to the perfection of the race life. Necessarilyno far, all views of life^have been more or hs^ limit .I views. Itwas a narrow view of life which better Twentyminion pounds a year are^expended and only harm la done so^fas ar affecting de-ilverance Is concern^^ed, fllx hundred thousand children^are help, d In ,,ne way or another each^year. Two hundred and seventy^thousand an all the time under poor^law care, more than twenty thouxand^living In tie workhouse and tie i^cord growing worse rather than Theproposition as outlined In this^letter is of vital Interest to the or-^gienlatlona affiliated with the National^HVtWl Trade* C-.-nncll. W IN alfll^i n. .I mid tub-nil d hut tbiii...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 30 March 1910

1 MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. STOPYOTING FOR THEOLD PARTIES ByAnna A. Maley.^Have you union men any reason to^trust republican official* or democratic^officials^ Can you show cause why^you should trust the one set more than^the other^ Have they kept faith with^you so often that you still feel you will^get something by giving them your^support nt the polls^ (You will ^get^something^ no doubt, but what will it^be and where will you get It^) Ifthe lessons you have had in the dustrles.And tills profit must come^out of you. And In order that this^profit may be high, you must be forced^to sell yourself cheop on the open^market. Ifthe republicans and elemocra.s^stand for the right of the bosses to^own the Industries and thus make^profits out of you, why should not^their elected officials scnej soldler^ In^time of strike to force you to sell your^^self cheap^ What do you expect^^Black liills are not enough, look at The Great Northern Hallway would^some other cases. The street car men no g...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 March 1910

rui FOR THE PARTY^or YOUK CLASH TheOnly Workingmans Paper in Montana MONTANANEWS OWNED AND PIJBIJSHED fO^ SOCIALISM IN MONTANA VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1910. aVMMJaVJH CAP-^^t^1 - KYBTKM NO.24 GraftStill GoingOn OrganizedLabor in Deer Lodge Strikes^and Compells State Official to^Obey the Laws Thecarpentcri of Deer Lodge re-^c. ntly went on strike agalnat Convict^Labor and won a victory. The large^rooming house or hotel that la being^built for Conley ^ McTague ^u the^^erne of the strike an^l the cause was^what the News has told In previous^Issues. Convictswere used to do the work^of teamsters In hauling the building^material to the building under con^^struction. All the lumber used In the^building was hauled by convicts. The^work of excavation was also dune by^convicts and the convicts were load^^ing the sand at the gravel pits und^doing the work of teamsters In trans^^porting the same to the building^where the sand was to In used In the^mortar for plastering the...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 March 1910

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX 101 Enteredat the Poet Office for trana-^mlMlon through the mall at aecond-^claas rates. GRAHAMA HAZLETT, Publlahera. IDACROCCH-HAZLETT^Editor and Manager. vatepark that there la now an oppot-^tnlty to obtain, haa thla to say: Thereal taxpayera are the people whodo almost all the work, pay moat^all the rent (directly or Indirectly) or^own the little homes^who buy moat^of the goods of the city or make it^possible for other people to buy. Sothe Imposslblllsts will get an^^other chance to save the country by^expounding political economy. MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. linesand aeverul influential newapa-1 stitutlonallty of legislation enacted by]^pear are exposing various public offlc-! congrci alsand different phases of American corruption. TheAppeal to Reason la denounc^^ing Judge Pollock and especially Judge^Groascup. As a result of these ex-^posures, and criticism, there la a^growing demand for clean public men. SUBSCRIPTION...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 March 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. Debtson the Court*. Thetrusts and corporation* furnish^the campaign fundi with which the^president Is elected, the president ap^^points the supreme court, and the su^^preme court safeguards the trusts and^corporations. This Is the magic circle^of government of the people, by the^supreme court for the trusts and cor^^porations. Thearch enemy of the people is the^supreme court of the United States.^Each of its nine members Is a skill^^fully trained and highly successful^corporation attorney and each secur^^ed his appointment through the Influ^^ence of corporate wealth. This court^of last resort, with powers greater^than any court on earth, is the cita^^del of capitalism, behind which are^intrenched the powers that rob labor,^corrupt politics and enslave and de^^grade the people. Thepower o fthe supreme court Is^absolute. From its decision there Is^no appeal^ except revolution. The^United States is governed by this court^consisting of nine solemn-looking c...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 31 March 1910

MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT iinimniiMiiTii^* ToOur Supporters! Whenthe MM Party incased publishing the Montana Newi, there^were a considerable number of bills left unpaid which liave ncter been mrt^by the State Committee of the Socialist Party of Montana. Inorder to t-uitliwe publishing the News and maintain its buHlnem stand^lug. Uir prc-rnt publishers. Graham and Harlot!, had to guarantee the pay^^ments of some of the debts of the Socialist Party. As we were flnaiulally^unable to pay them all off. notes were giwii to guarantee payment of cer-^taln debts, and these notes harked by our personal securities. Twoof the notes, amounting to $250.00 ea^ h and one of $100.00 fall duo^on April 17th with Interest at ten per rent per annum. Tomeet these notes and make the niivssary lni|^r^^^eineiita on the paper^as well as continuing the publication of the News will be a strain greater^than we can bear at this time. We need support. We need help and ask^all supporters and sy...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 April 1910

VlMstFOR THE PARTY^OF TOUR CLASS TheOnly Workingman's Paper in Montana MONTANA OWNED AND PCBLISHKD FOR SOCIALISM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP-^IT M.is i 8YSTKM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1910. NO.25 RevisedCount^Shows Gain Defeatof Old Parties in Milwaukee Is^^Worse^ Than at First Supposed.^Emil Seidel's Plurality Runs^Up to 7,178 Votes Milwaukee,Wis.^The official re^^turn! ihow that he Socialist admini^^stration In Milwaukee was elected by^an even larger plurality than was^shown by the police returns. Emit^Seldel was elected mayor with a plu^^rality of 7.178 votes Instead of 7.108^first shown. Hereceived 27,708 votes against^20^30 for J. J. Schoenecker, demo^^crat, and 11,346 for John F. Beffcl,^republican. The official canvass brings^the number of votes cast for mayor^on election day to 68,684. CharlesB. Whltnall, who was elect^^ed city treasurer on the Social-Dem^^ocratic ticket, received a plurality of^7,488. For controller, Carl P. DleU.^received 26,610 votes a...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 April 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. JSSI' I- I ^ WEEKLY. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX 101 Enteredat the Po*t Office for trans^^mission through the mall at second-^class rates. GRAHAM A HAZLETT. Publtahera IDACROCOU-HAZIiETT^Kdttor and Manager. BVBSCRIPTION 8: On*Taar 100 SixMonth* Onecent per copy In bundle* up to 600 NationalHeadquarters. J. Mahlon^Barnes Secretary- 1*0 Washington^^treat. Chicago. III. fW AOC S \\*S^!) COUNCIL TIIF.RKUIIX BK NO GRAFT. tolet, neither Interest nor profits to^Increase it preserve. Fromthe very beginning the So^^cialist official Is cut off from all con-^MSJtlM with Mm forces that make for^official corruption. He la pledged to^wage war upon these forces. He Is^pledged to a vast multitude of meas^^ures^all part of a rounded pro^^gramme^that cannot accord with any^corrupt measure. Hewill not be dishonest, because^the work which he must do, and^which If he falls to do It wll mean his^political death, is such as to cut him^loose from all connectio...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 April 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEPESSIMIST. Nothingto do but work,^Nothing to eat but food, Nothingto wear but clothe*.^To keep one from going nude. Nothingto breathe but air, 1 Quickaa flaah 'tla gone;^Nowhere to fall but off.^Nowhere to stand but on. Nothingto comb but hair.^Nowhere to steep but In bed; Nothingto weep but tears.^Nothing to bury but dead. Nothingto sing but song*, Ah,well, alas! alack!^Nowhere to go but out. Nowhereto come but back. Nothingto see but sights. Nothingto quench but thirst. Nothingto have but what we've got,^Thus thro' life we are cursed. Nothingto strike but a gait.^Everything moves that goes. Nothingat all but common sense^Can ever withstand these woes. Columbus News. THE SPRING CALL. WHATwas it made me drop th*^spade and aft me head to^look again^^Was it wowing or the west^wind or a olrd song truaT^(O Redbreast, how you sang It till th^^bough Deneath you snook again I)^^Ah aprtng'a come back to Kerry, lad.^and all the world's mad* nsw! ThenIt's HI T...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 April 1910

\ MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. LOCALDEPARTMENT ^^n^wiirmTirn- i^i^.^.-.^.^.*av^vi ^^iNIMb ToOur Subscribers! Owingto tlto financial condlUons of Uie Newi, we are forced to ln-^^ Tease the subscription prl^-e In order that we may be able to par off^the debu left u* by the State Com m It lee. AsIt la easier to secure sutvuiiptlo iih at tlftjr cents than at one dollar,^we have decided to reduce Uic number of weeks the News will be^sent for fifty cent* and after APRII SOlh all suhsorptions to the Man-^forty weeks for lifty ^-enls. With tana News will be on the basis of^this reduction In Uie number of weeks Uic paper will be sent to Its^subscribers. We hope to be In Uie position to have all debta cleared^off In a short time, then return to Uie old prl^-e of flfty-two weeks for^fifty cents All subs received befor e April 20th will be filled out at Uie^regular rate. In other words all prsent subscribers will receive fifty-^two numbers of the News for the lifty cents paid. Debtof Honor The...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 May 1910

'triscFOR THE PARTY^Ob* YOUR CLASS TheOnly Workingman's Paper in Montana .MONTANA NEWS OWNED AND l i HI.I Ml KI^ FOR SOCIALISM IN MONTANA ABOLISH THE CAP^^ITALIST SYSTEM VOL.VIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 12 1910. NO.26 CONVICTSWORKING ONSTATE HIGHWAYS GovernorNorris and Attorney General Galen^Violate Law^ Contempt of Court by High^^est Officials in State^Work of Con^^victs Helps Reduce Wages of^Common Laborers NODISSENTING VOTE INSTATE SENATE OrganizedLabor Opposed to Obnox^^ious Resolution which Was Intro^^duced by Request of Moss,^a Billings Capitalist Lastweek 50 convicts from the state^penitentiary were placed at work on^the construction of state roads be^^tween Deer Lodge and Helena and^Deer Lodge and Missoula. Fifty more^convicts were put at work Just outside^the prison walls making brick and an^^other crew of forty was sent out to the^site of the proposed power plant^which will be constructed for the pur^^pose of supplying light to the state^Insane asylum at Warm Spring...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 May 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. IS8UEDWEEKLY. OrriCE1^ PARK AV. P. O. BOX 101 Enteredat the Port Office tor trans^^mission through the mall at aecond-^claas rates. GRAHAMA HAZLETT. Publishers. IDACROUCH-HAZLETT^Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTIONS: ObsTsar *^ SixMonths Onecent per copy In bundles up to (00 NationalHeadquarters, J. Mahlon^Barnes. Secretary. 110 Washington^Street. Chicago. III. SOCIALIST CONGB EES. TheSocialist Party holds Its first^congress In Chicago commencing next^Sunday, May 16th. The work of thli^congress will be to outline a plan of^attack to be made by the Socialists^against capitalism. To close some^breaks n our breastwork and to take^ways and means to make the forma^^tion of an Independent Labor Party^impossible. Thework that Is to be done will be^of grave importance to the Socialist^movement and all we can say at this^time, Is we hope that our comrades^in convention do their duty well. NO FVSION^NO COLLISION. Weknow of a local In Montana that^at...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 May 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THETOK1I OK LIHKRTY. Raisethe torch of liberty! GraspIt with a flrmer hand;^Let your tyrant maat^^n see AndIta moaning understand.^Labor's hosts have sworn to be^From the yoke of bondage, free. Raisethe torch, lift It high. Andwith loyal hearts and brave,^Shout the revolution's cry Toeach master, to each slave^Freedom comes and Slavery^Banished from the earth shall be. Raisethe torch! O may Its flame^Set the nation's heart aglow! BearIt high In freedom's nam*.^Singing ever as you go, Workersof the World, Unite, ThisIs freedom's holy fight. Raisethe torch of Liberty BearIt onward through the gloom Ofthe night of tyranny. Shoutaloud the tyrant's doom. Onwardtill the world shall be Fromthis yoke of bondage free. John Spargo. WlmiMiHlnNote*. TheMilwaukee city council, in^which the Social-Democrats have a^majority of 21 members out of a total^of 35, got down to work last Tuesday.^Their first move was the Intrductlon^of seventeen different resolutions, most^o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 May 1910

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA LOCALDEPARTMENT E^To Our Subscribers! Owingto the financial conditions of the News, we are forced to In-^(retae the subscription price in order tliat we may be able to pay off^the debta left us by the State Committee. AsIt la easier to secure subscriptions at fifty ccnta than at one dollar,^we have decided to reduce the nnmber of weeks the News will be^aent for fifty cents and after APR] I' 20th all subm-rlptloiis to the Mon^^tana News will be on the basis of forty weeks for fifty cents. With^this redaction in the number of weeks the paper will be sent to Its^snbrn-rlbers. We hope to be in the position to have all debts cleared^off in a short time, then return to the old price of fifty-two weeks for^fifty cents All subs received before April 30th will be filled out at the^regular rate. In other words all present suh*crll^ers will receive fifty-^two numbers of the News for the fifty cents paid. Debtof Honor Thersstill remains a debt of $799^contracted by ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 August 1910

TheOnly Workingman's Paper in Montana ^mFOR THE PARTY OF YOUR CLASS 6*t 44* MONTANANEWS ABOLISH THE CAP-^ITAIJST SYSTEM VOLVIII. HELENA,MONTANA, THURSDAY, AU(i. 11, 1910. NO.27 CONVICTLABOR IS ON PAR CONVICTSAT THE CAPITALCITY StatePrison Board Bring Convicts to^Helena to Work on State Fair^Grounds and Buildings^ -Mon^^tana Federation to Act Convictlulior is still un unsolved^question in Montana. Aboutforty convicts are being^housed at th. state Fair grounds^near Helena, having been brought^from the state prison by Warden Con-^ley who done so under instruction*^fr ^m the Prison Hoard. The union^m^ n of Helena are on the war path^over the matter and threaten to put^the State Fair on the unfair list, and^a rommlttee of the unions of Butts^and Helena In conjunction with Pres^^ident Donahue and Secretary I'artelon^of the Montana Federation of l^alior^had a conference with Governor^Norris, Attorney General Galen and^Secretary of State Yoder. Nothingcame of the conference^except that the ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 11 August 1910

r MONTANANEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. OFFICEII PARK AV. P. O. BOX 908 Enteredat the Poet Office for trans-^mlaaJon through the mall at second-^class rates. QRAIIAH \ HAZLETT. Publishers IDACROTJCH - HAZLETT^Editor^JAM MS l' I.KMIAN SUBSCRIPTIONS: OneTear ^0c BizMonths H Onecent per copy In bundles up to 600 NationalHeadquarters. J. Mahlon^Barnes. Secretary- 110 Washington^Street. Chicago. 111. TR AOCS (ffigfl COUNoL) OLDPAim PRESS AND CONVICT LAMM 'An example of how unreasonable^and how Inconsistent are the labor^unions In dealing with the employ^^ment of convicts outside th^' state^penitentiary was given at the con^^ference held botwi en the members^of the prlwm board and representa^^tive of the Silver How Trades and^Labor Assembly and the Helena^Trades and Labor Assembly held in^Hi leiia last Tuesday. The representa^^tive ..hj.et.d to the convicts being^employed in road building because^they had built two or three small^concrete bridges on a road that ^wM^...

Publication Title: Montana News
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