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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

.SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1901!. STARTLINfi REVELATIONS By a Wonderful Woman. Knows Your Secrets, Reads Your Very Thoughts—Tells How She Ac quired Her Power. MRS. GENEVA BALDWIN. Mrs. Geneva Baldwin of Los Angeles. Ca.l., is the woman of the hour. She has attracted widespread attention by her wonderful insigh; iuto human nature. No less than twenty persons owe their won derful success directly to the marvelous powers of this gifted woman. She found them employed in vocations to which they were entirely unsuited and pointed out to them avenues in which they would achieve success. Mankind Is to her an open book. She reads character, abili ties end talents, and points out the path of success as one gifted with the power of second sight. It is useless to attempt to deceive her or to try to hide anything from the scrutiny of her searching eses. She has told people secrets which they believed were locked in the innermost re- : cesses of their very souls. Her startling I fe*u of disclosi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

% SECRETS OF PERSONAL MAGNETISM LAID BARE Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Books on Personal Magnetism and Hypnotism to be Given Away by a Noted Philadelphia College. Hon. James R. Kenney, of Pennsylvania, Chairman of the Committee on Distribution. Every One May Now Learn All the Secrets of These flysterious Sciences at his Own Home. \ * :-""- ■ ' ' • Hon. JAMES R. KENNEY, of Pennsylvania, Ex-Mayor of Reading, Pa., noted orator, author and scientist. "I can honestly and conscientiously say from my long experience in dealing ■with people and from my personal acquaintance "with many of the most prom inent men in this country, that there is no other one thing which will help one bo much in life as a thorough knowledge of Personal Magnetism," says Hon. James R. Kenney, " and for this reason I accepted the Chairmanship of the Committee on Distribution of -works on Personal Magnetism and Hypnotism for the American College of Sciences of Philadelphia. "The real secrets of Personal. Magnetism...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY EVEMNG, APEIL 6, 1901. A Defiance to the Sun Most paints are but a poor protection from the sun. The sun's rays cannot penetrate the perfect protection Patton'sSun Proof Paints give a house. It is a permanent painting out of every thing that can injure walls or roof—a defiance to the sun Patten's ,£, Paints are made of the purest materials, accurately mixed by powerful machines that make every can alike and make it possible to guarantee the paint in every can to near n-ell for five years. It usually lasts twice as long." Send for our free book of paint knowledge, or write for anything you want to know about paint PATTON PAIMT COMPANY, MiEwaukee, Wis. PITTSBrRGH PLATE GLASS CO., DUtribmrr.. VJO 10 MO H. grd St.. Mlnpnp.lli, Minn. fl A full stock of Patton's Sun Proof Paints can be had at the following places: Andrews & Sullivan, 610 Ist Ay S. Waldron & Co., 2600 Lyndale Ay. S F. C. Smith, 1401 Western Ay. F. Hirschfield, 243 20th Ay. N. Peter Faber, 211 Plymouth Ay. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

6 CITY NEWS One More Fined Smoker —John San derson, engineer of the building, 11C-118 Fourth street N, was fined $10 yesterday la 5 the municipal court for maintaining a smoke nuisance. Commercial Club Festivities — On next Wednesday evening, the entertainment committee of the Commercial Club will give a reception, dinner and dance to tbe members and their wive*. Beginning April 14, the club will serve Sunday dinners from 5 o'clock until 7. Ther* will be mualc from 5 until t on those day*. Funeral of Walter < a»e>—The fu nertU of Walter Casey, who died Wednesday in San Antonio, Texas, will be held Monday at 10 a. m., from the residence of E. Teas dale, 3000 Harriet avenue. Mr. Casey was a member of the Royal Arcanum, Minneapolis Typographical union. Junior Order of Ameri can Mechanics and the Flambeau club. Smallpox Case— The health officials closed the saloon and ticket office at Wash ington and Third avenue* S, yesterday, having located a caae of smallpox In the place. The b...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 80- MI\.\EArOLU, MIMIV. Capital. ....'_ $300,000.00 Guaranty Fund. $100,000.00 Interest 2% as. Allowed on £ \r* o tt Deposits. *:Cr*> tsssL legal Depository O^Gf, «". Tra»t fuad< ....... INVESTMENTS— ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TtUSTS — classes of Trusts care fully administered, »AJwnr i>*i»«»rr taflw. —I. M I ■ ■!■'■ I I 111 I 111 I ——■—— Wh« in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden West Hotel, Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washing!©* and Third Ayes. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $2 to $2.50 per day; European plan. Wo, 760. $1 and $1.50, with choice restaurant at reasonable prloes. Special rates by week andl month. ' Hotel VICTORIA 27th Street, Broadway and sth Aye., New York European /ffijfffffiS Absolutely PUn ]|ifp||[ Fireproof la the ctre of the stepping and theatre district A Modem Pint-dial Hotel. Complete In all Its appoint ment*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

8 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS I John W. Trott and wife, Charles J.r > = Trott and . wife, Judson H. Trott and, wife, Ira B. Trott, Bessie Trott, William J. Pomroy and wife, Calvin H. Pomroy and wife, John T. Pom roy , and wife, Herbert B. Pomroy and wife, Carrie Day and husband, . Lucy Ehlers and husband to Anton Burg, in section 36, town 28, north; of range 24...'. ....*; $3,450 John' Youngren to Bessie Youngren, . lots 3 and 4, block 10, Camden Park addition 400 Lawrence Minot to Emilia Rivlnlus and . Emma R. Faas, lots V. 10. 11 and 12, Maple wood Point 1,500 Minnesota Debenture company to Alex W. Scott, lot 7, block 3, Stlllman's addition ;...;.:............ 500 Lawrence Minot to Kmllie Rivinius and Emma R. Faas, lots 1, 2, 8 and part lot 7, Maple wood Point 1,500 Charles A. Peck and wife to Minne sota Debenture company, lot 7, block 3, Stillman's addition .... 222 Lucy C. Parker; to Laurence Minot, ; lots 1, 2, 8 and part lot 7, Maple " wood Point 1,500...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 190 L NUMBER 31—Continued. SALESMEN WHO ARE . CAP ' "able of earning $2,000 to $3,000 per year, to establish branch offices ai>d carry on hand a supply of Benedict's pen copying letter and bill books; the simple act of writing with pen produces the copy without trouble; on the market only six weeks and a perfect success; 100 per cent better value than other books for this purpose and very rapid sellers; sales men preferred who have had experience : handling agents; capital required to carrry stock,and open office, from $50 to $100. Write *> for. specimen of work and state briefly experi ence.- Klmball & Storer Co., D, 14 oth st S, Minneapolis, Minn. SALESMAN— 1"" GROCERY SALESMAN for Wisconsin, by eucecessful specialty house; well known line; new plan; quick sales; good : business; big money. Apply by letter, N 941, ; Journal. - ■ ARE YOU DESIROUS OF BECOMING A „ doctor; if so whyl not taKe up physical thera , peutic and make from $10 to $25 per ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

10 WANT ADS ON PAGES 8, 9, 10. NUMBER 48—Continued. 12 ACRES AT FRIDLEY, OX RAILROAD track; liea -well; half price, easy terms. Bally, J507 New York Life building. FOR SALE—CHEAP—3,4OO ACRES FINE farming lands in different part* of Morton county, North Dakota. All -within a short distance of Mandan. Some is improved, with good hay land. G. A. Blngenhelmer. 642 6th ay N. - 110 ACRES, BIG LAKE, PARTLY CULTl ■vated; buildings, timber, fenced, lake, stock and machinery. Sell for cash or consider house and lot. 707 Sykes block. 60 ACRES, COON CftKBK, WELL IM proved, good buildings, stuck and machinery; Dig snap for cash, or may consider house and lot. 707 Sykea block. * __ SOUTHERN MINNESOTA; CONSID er half trade. I . 400 acres hardwood timber, $4 per acre; de • elded. bargain. 1100 Lumber Exchange. ■-• - POFTsALE-^CHEAP—3eO-ACRE~FARM IN. ■ "Wright' county; 40 acres under | cultivation, 100 acres good meadow and 220 acres timber, mostly hardwood; house, barn, well, granary; •will make go...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

FART ZZ in JO URN AL JUNIOR Artistic Bulletin Posters for Juvenile Readers. fi11..., . ...,,.... , r ........... . .....»'.. ... .......... .iiiiiiiwjii/miiiijiiiiiii^iiMiiiiiii^i^ Disc ovcyy Day i\\ l\\ J44^ DESIGN BY HARRY CL OUTIER. NORTH HIGH. Bl^fED Z/^Vc-'i I/FIE LT- TRL4S-- zMwMiN lJS>'- TI6MS 1 6F I B^^^^ CbbD RbyH^HCE. I i^ " ) XiJ 1 NhlbßK t>J7rx >^r . L-7 .^S S Torched oN NisHICH P^Pi — CFNIIZS*"" jpfr^f""-— : - <y : ■..-... ■. . - „„„,. ,ni | MBMMMBMMB||M||||B|^^ Jrobert I- "Tb PR Cl/DO laothor ROBERT ' |r\Cr\OV/r\L (**. OF LOUIS * [Cl IVkJI J "DAVID STtV£NSON l^Uflll |J, BA-LFOUR? RARE COON CATS IN MINNEAPOLIS "Coon cat" is almost an unknown term In Minneapolis except to those who claim the state of Maine as a birthplace, and to those who are fortunate enough to own such a cat. As far as the cat census shows the only Minneapolitans who own coon cats are James G. Blame, Fendall G. Winston, S. C. Tooker, Miss Mary Chute, Rufus Lane and H. B. Merrick. John F. K...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

2 Pulpit and Pew Richard Tjaedar, the Swedish evangelist, Bpoke in Swedish at the Swedish Tabernacle lasi evening. To-moriow afternoon, at 4 o'clock, ho will be ut tho Crossley-Hunter meeting iv tho Swedish Temple, at Seventh street aad Tenth avenue S. The address will bfl in English, in the evening, ho will preach at the Swedish Tabernacle, Seventh street and Eighth avenue S, Tuesday evening, he will address a mass meeting of the Endeav orers, at the Swedish Tabernacle. The following program is announced for tho Sunday morning services at Bethany Presbyterian church. Rev. Robert Brown, pastor: Hymn 282, Presbyterian Hymnal; anthem, "O, Give Thanks Unto God," Michael Watson, quartet; Hymn 240, Presbyterian Hymnal; ladies double trio, "Give Thanks," Fields; soprano solo, "Hosannah," Julius Grairon, Miss Cora Owens; Hymn -41, Pres byterian Hymnal. In the evening, an Easter program will be given by the Sunday school. The Easter program for Simpson M. E. church is as follows: *a. in., s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1901. Books and Authors LITERARY OUTLOOK SELMA LAGERLOF HAS WRITTEN A VOLUME OF SHORT STORIES WHICH HAVE JUST BEEN PUBLISHED HERE—STEVENSON AND LIVES OP HIM— AMERICAN HISTORICAL FICTION. Correspondence of The Journal. _^_^E\V YORK. April —As a rule, translations are not popular with us. Only |^J II the masters of literature have been read in other languages than their own yfO^y and this is doubtless, due in some measure to the popularity of their writ- IHk I ings in the original in other than their native countries. We hear it said ffiSLa] so often, "You must read Dante in the original if you wish to understand and appreciate the beauty of the Divine Comedy." The same kind of remark is made in regard to Balzac's Human Comedy, an<J Goethe's Faust, and indeed in connection with the works of almost any foreign author. A few writers, however, a very few, stand out as exceptions. Zola, Tolstoi, Ibsen, Sienkiewicz, Jokai—all have nearly as large a following a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

.;, .r THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. & MoLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE JOURNAL ia published every evening-, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. j. Billson, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. ' NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. . CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, 308 Stock Ex change building. ' SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing- Co. •;•'.■ Delivered by MaiL One copy, one month .........$0.35 One copy, three m0nth5................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 On© copy, 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 discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subscriber* will...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATtJKDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 190 L 14 A DDV A\l FY DI IC V AVC ■ I hat could be transformed according ;to |Arr| AINU BUM UAI I - ' this year's mode. i ii-ii i i i-mi 11/ ukj j | i//-| IJ | At the millinery shops there is alwaya i-* 'r^■ • a A* a ►*-•*—•■ t»*. i'-i.^"'!' ''J'j'*'! l-'l" _ -'•*■ ■■' n '—■'"'••-"' more, or less objection to working over FflP AM A in-! D I-A Dlll--\!P-DC old material, and the milliner will talk 1 Vl\ r\/'l/A 1 LiUl\ vJr\f\L/L.iNCl\3 aDd talk on the impracticability of using X ••:...* -. -'..-•»?.">:•-. :-A ; .: the buckle, feathers or straw a second season, while all the time you know In your inmost soul that; the buckle is the identical match . for the one . that is on the pattern hat she is trying to sell you. If a milliner uses old material she loses an : opportunity to sell new. It Is to her advantage to prove that the * feathers cannot be . used again and she does it ' seven times out of eight. . - It is at this time that the neighborhood milline...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

Q MY LADY OF ORANGE [Copyright, 1900, by H. C. Bailey.] CHAPTER VHI.-THE WAYS OF DE SERTERS. "Sir, this is a day of good tidings!" It was the little burgomaster came tiptoeing Into our room ere we had sat. "Sir, this is a day of good tidings. God has been very gracious unto us!" The poor man was breathless in his hurry, but he carried his head very high now; quite other was he than the hesitating fool of the day before. "And to you we owe much," he went on. "All has fallen out as you said. Breuthe will never forget who made the plan that saved her; and truly, sir. In some sense 1 owe you an amend. I confess that Yesterday 1 doubted your wisdom. 1 was wrong, sir." "i>do not speak of it," said I. He bowed. "We must send a message to the prince, sir. i think every horse In the town is yours." "Yes; we shall not have to eat them now," said I. "1 will provide a messenger; and for the present—pardon me, fcut we were on the walls all night." "You shall not tt&ve cause to call us un ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1901. THEATERS BILLS OF THE WEEK ' "Midsummer Night* Dream" and <'Zaia"-at the Metropolitan. "Because She Loved Him So"— at the Bijou. "EiiKlttiu Folly Company"— the Devvey. Shakspere's "Midsummer Night's Dream," /which is almost unknown as a ' stage production in thia country, will be seen at the Metro "MIDSUMMER politan theater to morrow night. It will NIGHT'S be given on a mag nificent scale. Miss DREAM." Kathryn Kidder and Mr. Louis James will be seen in the roles of Helena and Bottom respectively. "Midsummer Night's Dream" is the most fanciful of all the Shaksperian crea tions. It includes the nobility of the Athe nian court, the "rude mechanicals" of the i low class Athenians, and a veritable little kingdom of faries. It is replete with ! sound observations as well as light and airy nothings. "The staging af the piece affords unriv aled scope for the scenic artist, the cos tumer and the master of the dai»t»e. The scenery, which was painted by Alex...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

8 ANOTHER LOW POINT SCORED ON THE DECLINE May Sold a Shade Under 70 x-x and Closed Weak, and Without Good Support. PRESSURE FROM SHORT SELLING Favorable Outlook, for Winter Wheat !■ the Principal Weakening Factor. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, Jtpril 6.—The end of the week brought a new low figure in the wheat decline. Al though the foreign markets were closed, and a half holiday tone general, the bears were not inclined to let go any oppor tunity to force the market lower, and took advantage of to-day's short session to hammer May to 70%<3'70%e. The mar ket opened a shade higher than Thurs day's close. May at 71% c, but could not be held up,—breaking on the first trades. Some round lots were offered and tt was short selling in good part. Weather con ditions were the principal help to the beara aud operated to weaken wheat, but had contrary effect on the com market. At times there were faint rallies in wheat on occasional support from buyers who figured on reaction, but after ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1901. "Being on Lager" *^^&>^ J& signifies the of beer *&&^bS& to properly mature. -JfjL 'Uu. The enormous cold r^^^^l^v storage capacity of Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass St. Louis, U. S. A. enables them to "lager" their beers five to six months before bottling,thus insuring age, flavor and healthfulness. ?, r a ?H e n S°p tl lei fanioUS c Buciweiser ' Bl*ck&Tan, Faust, Anheuser- Standard, Pale-Lager, Export Pale, Michelob and Exquisite. Order* promp'ly tilled by A. D. GIANINNI. MGR. Anheuser-Busch Branch, MINNEAPOLIS. |Record Voyage 6 Days. 7 Hours, 22 Minutes.f High-CJasj PassengerStaamships, Baston & Portland, Me., to Liverpool CHARACTERISTICS. New, large twin-screw steamers, ideal service and excellent cuisine. t Steadiness—account enormous size. No stancher, handsomer ships cross the At lantic. T. H. LARKE, General Northwestern Agent, 127SThird St. (Guaranty Bldg.i, Minneapolis. H 3LLAIID -AH ERI iSA LINE New VoiK-Hotterdii...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

i(T ORTONVILLE AND ITS CLUBS These Are Maintaining a Successful and Helpful Rest and Reading Room That Is Expected to Develop Into a Public Library —Foster Park and Public improvements. Ortonville may be called the Newport of western Minnesota. It Is situated on a lake thirty-five miles long and from one to two broad, dotted with islands or indented with bays or picturesque with frequent rocky capes or peninsulas. Be side fine fishing and boating, an added attraction is furnished by a summer Chautauqua meeting, hich convenes on grounds lying ou the hillside op posite Ortonville. Regular steamboat lines ply up and down the lake in sum mer and ice boats dot the surface in win ter. |-\ '' ' Ylk~ . / *> Mmßm&^^^+ i H Ik grSi Tfi KJklflp> 111 I S * *"" * "-S v <•*> *w )>■ * " ; " "'" ''"* - ■ ~" " ' a*~-& "'"' ■■■■■■ -.■ ■ ■ .. >■ -'s THH ORTONVILiLEJ, MTNTN., TOURIST CIiTTB IN ITAIiIAX COSTUME AS THEY AP PEARED AT A REC EXT BANQUET. Beginning at the left, those...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

The Journal Junior In Three Parts Morning and Night Possess Greater At tractions than Noon for the Minne apolis Juniors. »? & if *? V* ■■& >■■■■■ ORNING and night arc more popular with the I M I Junior's than the middle portion of the day. Be- J^njg cause the noonday meal is the best of the three I X A I or because the appetites are most active between LmmmmJ the school sessions, were the principal reasons jc^fl/si given by those who preferred the latter. A large &k IS^ number, instead of giving points that would apply cdl \^\ to the entire year, confined themselves to reasons J§^> \(z& that would hold good only during certain seasons, (£? y<& usually spring and summer. One Junior gave as » A R>J his sole reason for selecting morning that "it is tf^k ]g the best time for fishing" and another said it was ' Xa^y the most suitable time for battles. One of the L.iiJnraJ girls made a point that has more truth than fic tion in it, "All parts of the day are ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 6 April 1901

2 „ - - in the grave. "I am going to," spoke one, "it was my cart that brought her." "No, you shan't; it was my dog that pulled the cart." Then chunks of mud bega.i to fly, fists were closed and a general battle ensued. I grabb&d ths doll and made my way home, telling them the funeral would be next day and that not one of them could come. At which some said: "I didn't do anything, it was all —-." "I didn't either," you started it." It ended in the funeral being finished and Amelia at last laid to rest with much sorrow and weeping. —Myrtle Jackson, Tenth Grade. Graf ton, N. D. I- • ' ' .• - : . * : , . : Popularity of Jane. (High School Credit.) Never shall I forget the death of little Jane, although it was many years ago. Jane was only a little black rubber doll, but she was preferred to all the others, for she could be handled and kicked about without being broken or receiving any of those horrible cracks which all others are wont to suffer. Her chewed toes and fingers made me ...

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