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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PRICE TWO CENTS. MOST STAY IN THE JAIL Supreme Court Is Against Alex McKenzie. HABEAS CORPUS DENIED Under Sentence for Contempt in Nome Receivership Cases. OPINION BY THE CHIEF JUSTICE Habeas Corpna Proceeding)* Cannot B« tlie Baiti of Proceedlngii In Error. Special to The Journal. Washington. March 25.—The United States supreme court to-day denied the application of Alexander McKenzie for leave to file a petition for a writ of habeas corpus, releasing him from impris onment in California, under the pro ceeding of the circuit court of appeals for contempt In connection with his conduct as receiver of mines in Alaska. The decision was based on the ground that a habeas corpus proceeding cannot be made the basis of a proceeding in error. The opinion was read by the chief justice. The Opinion. The opinion says in part: The writ of habeas corpus cannot be availed of as a writ of error, and unless the writ, or orders, for the violation of which the peti tioner ie ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

2 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE GETS HARD KNOCKS The Uniform Text-Book Bill Opposed by Educators. HARD TO HARMONIZE SCHOOLS Especially Those of the City and the Country—ltasea County Wants Money. Some 'ijird raps were given the unif jrm Wt took biii by several w»ll-knowi e<iu i-ators, at the pubitc bearing oa the bill this afternoon. There was hardly ;i »ection iv the nreatiure that appealed to them, and, while their objections were couched in ttmpeiate words, it was pia. i>. that ali considered the whole proposition undesirable and impracticable. Ore of the objections was that a uni form series of books for urban and rural •cLcole is quite impossible, the require ments of the two classes of schools bt ing so different owing to the different lengths of the school year. A fear was also expressed that the low price placed as the maximum for the books supplied by the text book com mission would result in the purchase of inferior works. It was claimed that no commission could keep step wi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

!MX)NDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1901. A Strong Sermon ;:^'"^^ "Sleep dwell upon thine eyes, peace in LjSSTcJ : quotati^nlkk&^ppropriately ap-1 LjSffl Qu°tatson can. be appropriately ap- V.\ \J\ plied when spfeaking of 'Duffy's Pure Malt SjL"'s*A Whiskey. It brings refreshing sleep to the ";.- BlS^'aa weary and peace to the diseased, tired brain. 1 __jgjffi flifo.,. The following letter from the, Rev. B. Mills *"^ ~ ; fC^H B^ was written in answer to a criticism and Jill BiggßWaMk ' query from one of his church members. M !»■ WL H? sa}' s Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey \ ,hV Mil 0 A Ik is a blessing to mankind. <■>'<-. _>::■- J^WBaiHr '«->a2B SbeS^.. ". Meade Center, Katis. v ■#*- jTfflfiF'i"""* ''(H Hl^l I^. My Dear Bro.: Your favor with the in- A »^Bml By\-^M * Bt^H m closed slip is at hand. The facts are these: ,«/. . ri-*M ft\3i -■ SHU ' 1^ My wife was an invalid for several yean I C .■' i p *HrFjinsffl«r in and on our physician's recom «-— " ■ ===== 3sSyvsV * ' .I—^l, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

4 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, * MANAGER. EDITOR. T THE JOURNAL is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building;, Minneapolis, Minn. V , C J. tmiNoii, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. .. : ' . < NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88. Tribune building. ■ -' . . " . CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, - 308 1 Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing: Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month. $0.35 One copy, three months. 1.00 One copy, six m0nth5. .'...i.^.1V.... . 2.00 One copy, one year;.... , 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, .20 .to 26 pages... 1.50 ■IV;Vi Delivered by Carrier. " ; One copy, one week............. 1.8 cents One - copy, r one., month.... .".'.•.: ;.\ 35 cents Single copy ..2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering . addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinua...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1901. RAINY-DAY fy w r.fv **+/•+ WALKING '■ - Lj 'I/V9 ' Kjff lHlw T^ r^ r"* r~* T^ - ■ ■» ■ Gn/s &3 Pk, .JS* R« *S 1 Wr r~^ t~* I ' - |9G|| |j| E»fi W5 Flf '- he MUKIj C3^ We have made a special effort this season on Skirts of : all kinds. We start at a price of $5.00 and have them up to $125.00. Our Rainy- Day Skirts comprise over 40 styles from the leading- New York makers. The prices are: $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 $15.00, $18.50, $20.00. Our special Unlined Street Skirts of Home spuns, Cheviots and Broadcloths are works of > art at moderate prices of slo.oo, $12.50, $15.00. In Silk Skirts and Lace and Net Effects we have a wide selection and a great variety. Spe cial Taffeta Skirts, appliqucd, $10.00, $12.60, $16.00 to $26.00 Novelty effects in fine imported patterns (one of a kind only), at prices of d t $35.00 to $95.00 | But what's the use? We can't tell you about all our stock in the paper. Take v a glance at our windows. Come in and spend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

ft CITY NEWS It Was Carbolic Acid— post mor tem held Friday in the case •of Harvey Potts, the young man ; who . died suddenly Thursday night, convinced.the coroner that carbolic : add ' poisoning was i the cause of death. The remains will be taken to Cnartes City, lowa, lor interment. Warn in Pelting* Sleise —Rev. Charles K. Ewlng.Twho passed,through the.siege of Peking and escaped through : Mongolia, ; will be in Minneapolis this weeK. He will speak at the liyndale Avenue Congregational, church Thursday evening and at Plymouth church a week from to-morrow night. He will be accompanied by Key. Mr. Haskell.of Salonika, who will tell or the Turk. W." G. l,H\u000e't Sudden Death— Saturday, Mrs. Jean Mitchell Lawrence received,a cablegram informing her of the' death of her husband, \V. G. Lawrence, at Aberdeen, Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence wore married just three weeks • ago, and a week later he sailed for Scotland to spend a short time before going out 10 South Africa, where he expe...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

MONDAY ETCEJSING, MAECH 25, 19GL VERXA Good beets, peck c Rutabagas 6c Carrots ......... 1...... 10c Parsnips - ioc Cabbage, lb c Fine lemons, dozen ioc Bananas, dozen, up „- # 10c Strictly fresh eggs, dozen ........;!! 12c Excellent sweet corn, 5c can; dozen.!6oc Very floe Winne^ago Corn, 6e can; dozen 70 C Very best potatoes, full 60-lb bu ..45c Best Rolled Oata, pound l^c Delicious Dates, lb ..!!.i!.!!!". 5c Nice California Prunes - '............. 3^ c Coffee Our Coffee cannot be beaten in America- Finest flavor at very moderate pricee. Hoffman House Coffee, pound . 30c Kobal 2jJc Gulden Rio and Santos, pound ........15c Ho\e\. Club and Cafe Coffee a specialty. California naval oranges, small size but sweet, dozen 10c "Oood Bread, Oood Butter, Oood Coffee," THE GRILL 308-310 First Ay. S. A CHANGE IN CALENDAR OXB MAI BE WAUE AT THE -I."' Seuieiters Mny fie Substituted for I'eruii— Uesjrrees May Be Abandoned. Professor Woodbridge at the univer sity faculty meeting Saturday proposed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

8 f& I Mackintoshes s£ The season of rainy chilly weather is at hand, and a good waterproof storm coat is a necessity. The Latest Box Coats The "B. K." Rain Coats in blue, black and covert cloth. water-proof cloth—no rubber. $3.00 and upwards $15, $18 and $20. Our Soecial Durabletwilledserge-26and28-in- $ \ -. - " -- paragon frame, natural wood.or sil- U Hll) rdia, >*er mounted handles,excellent value at MINNESOTA WINTHROP — A epeclal school meeting Toted 15,000 bonds for an addition to the ■choolhouse. LAKE PARK—Smallpox has been dis covered. The hotel Is under quarantine until Xumtgated and boarders vaccinated. MAZEPPA—John Reide, a prominent'farm er, died from peritonitis as the result of & kick from a horse. His age was &- years. DULUTH— George R. King, the contractor, lost two 11.000 bills.— residence of Clin ton Markell was damaged to the extent of several thousand dollars by fire. BAUK CENTER—M. Hogan, who has served two terms as mayor, has concluded to make th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1901. Silks and Velvets ¥T* f V THI m V XI *T W x -^ an —.Z —| ■ irjss^jss^ rl^111" iI s llll nrflATlH L t ? ali l; a!ierandPaints feta you ever saw; ten pieces only. W2g\~ j! J il J IM I m II Mil Beßt f^nch Ingrain, all colors but reds, Anniversary price OVC >\ BH M IMI Im fi IB B m ~M i 5 one color nearly red. Anniversary |A A All colors Taffeta 39c H li F^ If If % W& W4 !; £"<». «>ll |(JC Wash Goods Illli II Ii II kl 111 II li S^^^^'SilS Prints-o cases very best quality Novelty I; JL U " Tllllf JL ■ lunj B V "'" iLj *■ # J |j Prlce ' Sallou S> ■■ IW fbeTvJ/av^fya^kinr* 6priu*| y£; ji ««. <"*, «». w eaa, ©a«, 827. 629 n,collet avenue Crockery Department j Anniversary-Price... ...^2^ ;| »>——— i ' „„„,„! a lM ,^,| ' ' ,-,„. mmamm : ■« - Table Tumblers - Best polished crystal - Colored Dress Goods |! « ~ . H ' The second event of its rf£S£E^«L2c iS^^^^f'hnp^ :i| il llf AV^AVIf WAI A kind, honoring the first i|. Hardware and Housefurnish...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

10 WHEAT CLOSED A SHADE LOWER-MAY 74& c The News in General Carried a De pressing Tone, but the Mar ket Held Steady. THE CORN MARKET WAS STRONG N. W. Receipt* More Liberal—Clear ances 805,000 Bu. and Decrease of 409,000 in the Visible. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 25.— The opening in wheat this morning brought practically no change from last week's close. At the start there was not enough difference in the general situation to warrant any material change of sentiment, but as the session progressed the market turned weak on the lack of support and a ran of news of a slightly bearish character. May opened %c over Saturday at 74%e, and sold off to 74Vac; July started at 76% c, easing off to 759tC Liverpool was %d higher at first, losing *4d on the later cables. Paris closed unchanged on wheat, and 10 to 15 centimes lower on flour. Receipt* in the northwest were liberal, Ehowlng 621 cars against 731 last year. Kansas City had 162 cars against 120 last year, and St. Louis 7...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

MONDAY EVENING. MA. T 25, 1901. TO DEFEND ITSELF The Pennsylvania Now Said to Be After the "Q." TO MEET THE. MORGAN SYNDICATE The Latter Said to Be Flouring on h Mammoth . Western ; Ji !•■:■ .-;-. ; Combine. mmw York Sun Spmotal Sorvtom Philadelphia, March 25.—The Philadel phia : Times'to-day; says: •It seems to be determined that the Chicago, Burlingiou i & Quincy is to come under the « control* of the Pennsylvania system. /This was stated on Saturday as the next" movement by the Pennsyl vania management in': order to meet the Morgan syndicate on its own terms and cover- the Vanderbilt plans to consoli date the Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and Santa Pc roads in one great trans continental line, using the Reading as the connecting link in the east. Mr. Morgan has announced that the acquire ment of the Jersey Central and the Balti more & Ohio may follow any day.' The Pennsylvania has two of the eleven mem-, bers on the Baltimore & Ohio board. First. Vice-President John...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 25 March 1901

12 > WALTHAM WATCHES Over twenty-five years ago the American Waltham Watch Company stated that "350,000 Waltham Watches are speaking for themselves in the pockets of the people." To-day EIGHT MILLION Waltham Watches are in use throughout the civilized world. " The Perfected American Watch ", an illustrated book of interesting information about watches, <witt be sent . free upon request. American Waltham Watch Company, Waltham, Mass. The hops used in Schlitz LYj beer are the best hops grown |pi in the world; most of them ggrl are imported from the re- HH nowned Saaz district in Bo- Rja hernia. They are personally |XJ selected at the hop-picking iKji season by one of the owners g©|| of our business. Bnl Then we keep them in re- LLJ frigerating rooms until they Hfl are used. We preserve their §&& aroma, so that they come to iH our vats with all the freshness P^ and virtue that they had on mM the vines. W?% That's one reason why VI Schlitz beer is so palatable. R)^ Every i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS -^tQTIRNAIi PRICE TWO CENTS. HAY WARNS THE CHINESE His Note on the Manchuria Agreement. NO SECRJET TREATIES £ xtreme Danger to China in the Proposed Convention. AGREEMENT IS NOT YET SIGNED ■:.- — . % sited States Insists on the ''Open ' ~r Door" Whatever the Out come May Be. ■Washington. March 23.—The crisis in the ffclnese question, brought about through the expiration of the period allowed for the signature by China of the Manchurian agreement, mas the principal topic before the cabinet to-day. The conviction ob tained that the United States had dono all that it could properly do to prevent this arrangement, and to make clear the complete ilisapproval for thi9 sort of secret treaty-making it was decided to give out the following instructions sent to the rep resentatives of the United States in Ber lin, Vienna, Paris, London, Rome, Tokio «nd St. Petersburg: Department of State, Washington, March 1, 3901.—The following memorandum, which was handed to the Chinese mini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

2_ MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE THE NAIL TRIUMPHS Senate Flops and Kills the Cigar ette Bill. PASSED IT A SHORT TIME AGO House Had Tacked On an Amend ment Openl'ntr the Way for the Senate's Action. The senate this morning killed the an ticigarette bill after having previously passed it with only five votes In opposi tion. None of those who "flopped" seemed to care to explain the change of sentiment, but Senator Halvorson, the author of the bill, declared that the sen ate's feat was a remarkable one. The bill came back from the house this morning with a somewhat technical amendment which, however, did not affect the main purpose. The senate immediate ly nonconcurred In the house amend ments and Halvorson demanded a call of the house. Without much preliminary oratory a vote was taken, and to the sur prise of those who were not in the "game" it was lost by 25 ayes and -7 MM, Senator Benedict, one of the most ar dent supporters of the bill, gave notice of reconsideration, expecting to have the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAECH 26, 1901. FROM 'v MARCH TO 5 MAY Are the Months That Try the Nerves and Derangre the Blood. Pe-ru-na is Known the World Over as an Ideal Spring Tonic And Blood Purifier. l*fl |^ 14 THAT March, ■mV is If Arii and May ■■ vm J •■**■■."•. are so trying to the nerves and so sure to ; produce" blood derange ments? The fact that it is so is known to nearly everybody. But why it is so is not bo clear to many. Some of the reasons are that the bra cing air of winter is a thing of the past. The enervating nearness of the spring equinox is felt. The gathering heat of the:tropics begins to send premonitions of its approach. The reaction of lassi tude that follows the nerve tension of winter insidiously threatens everybody. Hence, the prevalence of nervous dis eases, flagging energies, depression of spirits, tendency to weariness and a con tinuous sense, of tiredness... The tonic that restores without stimu lating is Peruna. Unlike the" bitter tonics of quinine and strychni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

4 THE JOURNAL - LUCIAN SWIFT, ' J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER., EDITOR. T H 12 JOURNAL Is published every evening', except , Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C J. mutton, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. . NEW YORK OFFICE— 87, 88 Tribune building. » CHICAGO OFFICE— 308 Stock Ex change building. SI BSt RIFTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents Worse Than the Boodle Talk The fear is expressed on the part of fcome republican members thai the talk of bribery in connection with the work of the legislature will hurt the republi can party. It won't hurt it half as much as will a failure to pass the gross earnings bill. The people of the state have been call ins 'or this increase ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

TtJSSDAT EVENING, i MARCH 26, 190 L ARMSTRONG'S Nos. 111 and 113 Central Aye. Millinery Opening, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, March 27th and 28th. We invite you to inspect our patterns. newest Designs. We open the Spring and Summer Season with everything that is new and fashionable'^ in Furniture, in both the simple and ornate lines. ; Two other important features are the moderate prices at which the goods are marked, and the unequaled assortments of Carpets, Rugs, Drap eries, Lace Curtains, Parlor Suits, Chairs, Brass Beds, Hair Matresses, Mahogany Dressers ..and Chiffonniers. Davenports made to order. Many a satisfied customer is evidence of our superior work and low prices. Reuphol storing as it ought to be done. , $ MOORE & SQRIVER, 7iWols«. Dress = Skirts »- Princess Walking ■<-** Skirts A moat magnificent showing— of the latest imported models.— Everything that is correct in Skirts. Taffeta Skirts,—Lace Skirts, —Brussels Net Skirts, Eta mine Skirts,—Crepe De Chine Skirts Sil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

8 CITY NEWS Off for the Philippines— Charles A. Willard. of this city, recently appointed as sociate judge of the supreme court of the Philippines, left Sunday evening for Manila. He will aail April 1. Mrs. \miicj J. Hunter's Death—Mrs. Nancy J. Hunter, residing at Forty-second street and Mlnnehaha aveuue, died Saturday morning at the age of 72. The remains will be taken to Burlington, lowa, tor burial. Services were held at the residence to-day a-. - o'clock. F. J. Marrow* Promoted—Washing ton dispatches announce the promotiou of Frederick J. Barrows to the position of cap taiu of the Thirtieth United States velunteers. Captain Barrows was a captain iv the Fif teenth Minnesota, aad upon the reorganiza tion of the army secured a lieutenancy iv the provisional army. His promotion will be ap proved by his friends in Minneapolis. A. J. Bit-then on Hla Way West— A. J. Blethen, editor of the Seattle Times, uud a former Minneapolis newspaper man, m la the city Sunday en his way bouae from...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAttCH 26, igOT. VERXA Good beets, peck 6c Rutabagas 6c Carrots 10c Parsnips 10c Cabbage, lb 2c Fine lemons, dozen 10c Bananas, dozen, up 10c Strictly fresh eggs, dozen 12c Excellent sweet corn, 5c can; dozen..6oc Very fine Winnebago Corn, 6c can; dozen 70c Very best potatoes, full 60-lb bu 45c Best Rolled Oats, pound l^c Delicious Dates, lb 5c Nice California Prunes 3^c Coffee Our Coffee cannot be beaten in America. Finest flavor at very moderate prices. Hoffman House Coffee, pound 30c Robal 22c Gulden Rio and Santos, pound 15c Hotel, Club and Cafe Coffee a specialty. < 'allfornia naval oranges, small size, but sweet, dozen 10c Pure Fruit Jellies, per tumbler 10c Cans Preserved Raspberriea, 0n1y.... "c Flaked Peas and Beans, per pack age 8c Good Swiss Cheese, per lb Me 2-lb cans Marrowfat Peas for, can... 9c 2 large packages Washing Powder for 5c 3-lb cans Egg or Gage Plums f0r.... 10c Good Brick Cheese, per lb Hie Full Cream Cheese, per lb 10c ai-lb boxes pure ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 26 March 1901

8 Dr. Geo. Leininger's Message to the People of Minneapolis Ringing Words of Cheer and Comfort to the Sick and Afflicted. Dr. Ltlnlnger Says: "My Greatest Pleasure in Life is to Hear Sick Men and Women Thank Me for Restoring Them To Perfect Health With For-mal-de-hyde Remedies," A SEPARATE REMEDY FOR EACH DISEASE-NOT A PATENT MEDICINE, BUT A MEDICAL DISCOVERY Dear Editor —A physician's greatest claim to honor is the good that he ran accomplish among the aick and afflicted. It was moat gratifying for me to hear of the thousands of sick that took advantage of my free distribution made in this city. My only regret la that I was not present personally to administer to the wants of the many. My greatest pleasure in life is to hear men and women thank me for restoring them to perfect health with For-mal-de-hyde Remedies —perhaps saved them from an untimely grave. What true physician would not rather bear as his reward the honest blessings of the sick than a baronet or a scepter bestowed b...

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