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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

ri TRUTH w Iouocl Weekly by HJ ( Truth Publishing Company. H 32 Kaglo Block, Salt Lake City. HJ Milt I.uko City HJ John W. Hughes, Editor andManagar HJ Entered June 19, lOtti. at Suit Luke City, Utah B n s-oaiid-cla8 mutter under act of Concrsm of March .1, 18711 HJ Terms of Subscription. ONI'. YKU In uilvuiice) $2.00 H MX MONTH-. (In u.minco) 1.00 J Til It UK MONTH iln wlvuiiro) 75 Hi Postmaatorssotidliiganhscrlpttons to TROTH I inuy retain 2" per cunt uf subscription price an commission. BJ If the paper Is not desired beyond the dais HI subscribed fur. t lie publication should bs I notified by letter two wcmkHor more befors HI the term expires. BM Discontinuances. Bfl Kemembpr thut the publisher must lis tiotl- fled by letter when u siibucrlbKi wishes ln HI pnuer stuppd;uilurraur must bapild In J H Uequosts uf subscribers to have their paper mulled to n new uddresa, to sROiire attan- H tlou, must meutluu fortuvr us wll s pres- eutuddreas, BJ Address all coinmiu. Icutlons to 1KUTI1...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

TRUTH 61 cajoled, threatened, or beguiled Into voting the democratic ticket, or any , part thereof, at this time, In view of ;,tlic,liostllo attitude of the democratic 'jWrty, toward the Mormon people? 6 "l'It'ls'nn Incontrovertible fact, already "'well demonstrated beyond the possibil ity of doubt no matter how much boasting, sputtering, protesting and do ' ception may bo engaged in to the con trary that, so far as the Mormon peo Mp,le are concerned, the democratic par m 'ty'has abandoned whatever high prin ' cijiles It once had, and has become the 'party of intolerant, selfish, cruel, re lentless religious persecution, and is ' a violator of the national constitution in so far as that great charter of hu man liberty guarantees to all citizens, Mormons or otherwise, freedom to wor. ship God and to exercise the full rights . of citizenship now enjoyed. And fur 'ther: The policy now being followed toward the Mormon people by the democratic party is a rank and inex cusablo betrayal of...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

ILT jo truth: ' H TFalse Logic. H' ft Attorney Genoral Moody, discussing ff a. legal point, said: "That Is striking H -1 but 'also logic. It reminds mo of I , conversation I once heard at the sea shoio. A. man In a striped bathing (, suit was running on thin, pale legs i. ov6r tho hot white beach toward the coolwator when a friend, seizing him by tho arm, said: 'What! Are you going in to bathe Just after a heavy ;) lunch? Why, you will bo drowned.' ' 'Oh, no; not at all, replied tho other. ; 'I ato nothing but fish.' " v . i. '. H 1 One of His Gloomy Moods. H Honesty is tho best policy, to be H Hure,'-'. moralized tho professor, "but in H ! thq caso of too many men It is a pol- Icy that has a surrender value." The Offending Hatpin. A girl, no matter how pretty, who bristles with tho points of obtrusive hatpins is a menace to the public wel fare and should be legislated against llko mobs and invasions. u Meaning of "Balkan." "Balkan" Is a Turkish generic term, referring to a rango or...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

TRUTH Nl 1 MASONIC TEMPLE DEDICATION. The dedication of the new Masonic Temple last Sunday marked an epoch In local Masonic circles. On Sept. 15 of last year the building at Second Bast and first South streets was com menced. On December 3, following, the corner stono was laid by Grand Master Charles S. Varlan. While no effort was made to establish a record m In the matter of speed, the building w has been completed in an incredibly short time, and this, too, In the face of many exasperating delays which the building committee had to sur mount. The conveniences of the several apartments of the spacious building are perfect and wonderful. From tho heating plant In tho basement, tho most moaern ventilating plant that has yet been devised, through all tho upper lloors, nothing has been left unprovided. Tho auditorium and stage will be regarded by many as tho crown jewel of the Masonic treasure house. It is safe to say that there A. is no theatrical stage in the United States more compl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

WLf n TRUTH I I I ' H H "What It worth doing It worth doing well." ' m ( I THE I F.W.GARDINER CO. I PRINTERS BLANK BOOK .' MAKERS I " 216 So. West Temple I Salt Lake City. H ."UP-TO-THE-MINUTE" H with all our work. I R. L. POLK & CO. H - W. p. cdoPCR, sictv Man at & M D1RECTOR.Y PUBLISHERS. H :;CIty Directories. State Cazetteers, Blue H Books, National Trade H Directories. H 617-620 Dooly Bldg. . Bell Tel. 39. -' SALT LAKE CITY. H Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo, Col- orado Springs and Cheyenne. H ' THUTH is a legal journal. Send In H ,your Mining Notices, Assessment No H ;tlces, and Delinquent Notices. TRUTH H .OFFICE, 241 South West Tompla. H DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD WWW Lwfl M CUItltENT TIM lil TAB LIE, H i In Effect June 3, 1000. WWH i M ') LEAVE SALT SAKE CITI. WWB (No. 10 For lleber, Provo H and Marysvale ... HiOOn.m. WWH lo. 112 For Bingham HilOn.ni. WWfl ; 'o. 102 For Park City HilSn.m. WWB -i No. 6 For Denver and East 8:00 a.m. WWB '.No. 13 For Ogden UiOOp....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

TRTTT n I Lawyer's Directory. Aildersbn, f . i., 22 Atlas Elk. Armstrong, S. P., 120-123 Corhhiercidi tilli. Ashwcrth, T. P., 312 Ddly tildg. Backmah, G. H., basement 32 So. Main St. Bagley, E. M., 316 Deseret News Bldg. Bagley, J. A., 404 Templeton Bldg. Bailey, J. H., JR., 7 Deseret Natl. Bk. Bldg. Baldwin, Charles, 274-75 Commercial Blk. Uierer, fivei'ald," it., 300 Auerbach Dldg. , , Bird, W. H., 4bi Scott Sldg. Booth & Lee, B0g:B02 Auerbdeh Bldg, MnwHltS, d. H., 89 Commercial Blk. Bowman, J. M., $4, Commercial Blk. Bovd. C. W.. 400 McCornlck Bldg. Bradley & Pischel, 300-304 AtlaB Blk. Braffett, M. P., B18 Dooley Bldg. Ureeden & Farnsworth, 316 D. P. Wdl V knrBldg, ,, , . ,, Brown, Arthur, ,212, Sq. Main St. Browne, H. C., 23i D. P. Walker Bldg. Browne, T. E., 2C-27 Commercial Bldg. Cannon & Irvine, 512-514 Templeton ' Bldg. Casey, A. W., 95 Commercial Blk. Cherrlugton, Pennel, 208-209 Herald Bldg. Cherry & Pardee, 208-20D Herald Bldg. ' ' ChrlstDnBGn, A. E.,...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

PI 14 TRUTH H' m nlng thcnco north ton rods, thcnco H W west 3-1-3 rods, thcnco south ten rods, H t thence cast 3-1-3 rods to tho placo of H beginning, aro required to bo and np- H pear "before the equity division of tho I Third District Court of Salt Lake H County, Utah, on tho 29th day of Oct., H 1906, 'and exhibit then and there, tho H r tho 'proof of tholr said liens. 'the PACIFIC LUMBER CO., H ?- By GEORGE E. ROMNEY, H Manager. H . W. R. HUTCHINSON. H t Attorney, Atlas Block. I NOTICE. H In.tho Third District Court, Salt H Lako:County, Utah. H Tjio Pacific Lumber Co., a corpora- H tlon, vs. C. B. Hawley, ct al. H All persons holding or claiming n H lien upon tho following described real estate, to-wlt: H Beginning seven (7) rods south M from the northwest corner of Lot H thr6o'(3), block twenty-four (24), Plat H "D,"" Salt Lako City Survey, running thence cast 155 feet; thoncO south M three rods; thcnco west 155 feet; M thence north threo rods to tho placo M of beginning, aro r...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

truth: s 1 cording to tho demand of the com plaint, of which a copy Is herewith served upon you. Richards, Richards & Ferry, Plain tiff's Attorneys, P. O. address No. 502 McCornlck Building, Salt Lako City, Utah. - C. L. OLSON, jt Attorney, 401 Scott Building, NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO bate division, In and for Salt Lako County, State of Utah. In the matter of the estate of William G. Rohson, deceased. Notice. Tho petition of Sarah Jane Robson, praying for tho issuance to herself of letters of administration in tho estate -of William G. Robson, de ceased, has been set for hearing on Saturday, the 10th day of November, A. D. 190G, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho ft county court house, In tho court room of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt 1 Lake County, Utah. J Witness tho clerk of said court with tho sail thereof affixed, this 25th day of October, A. D. 100G. J. U. ELDREDGB, JR., (Seal) Clerk. By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk. ; Culbert L. Olson, Attorney for. Petitioner...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 27 October 1906

I 16 '' ,,. - ' TRUTH 1 I YourcMeals When I You Want Them r ?,, That's,, otic advantage of the Burlington's thro' service H to'' Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas' City, Omaha and other m gfc points East. Wit,h a dining car in the train, there is no 1 A? such thing as twenty-minute dinners, eaten at certain H f stations ..regardless of whether or not you are ready. H ,Sj There's nothing finer than Burlington dining cars and H nothing better than the meals served. H " For details of th's b.tvIoo apply to H IBHSMEflHI ' ''' R: F NESLEN- General -Agent, I RMraWMIK. . C. B-AJQ. RY., H IllnllllltUllllll 79 W. Second South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Tfrp Local Merchant . Advertisers H M?thebest judge of advertising penerally find people who buy thlnga -VA. i ii - J in the mot receptive mood in the vuo fthe various weekly papers BUrrounding9 of fiome and Family H lnthla Olty. He puts his money especially at evening, when there in Hi wftere It payB best. Tho best paper leisure and inclination f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

r H i . "t'i" " H ! Vol. 6; No. 8 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, NOV. 3, 1906. Price S Cents I it - - - - - . - H i ' F ' . Tuesday's Election Prospect ' ( Threo days prior to the election of i. Tuesday next, and wo can witness I things lined up with a definlteness that was hardly to bo expected In the condjtlons of a week ago. Especially Is this the caso In Salt Lake county. A week since, and few , peoplo had a fixed opinion as to which J was the stronger party, tho republican or tho democratic, with which to beat ' ' tho Kearns aggregation In the county. j Now tho consensus of opinion, and It j Is a safe one, is that tho republican 1 party is much tho stronger, and that for this election tho democratic party must take a rear seat. Tho republican ticket Is tho ono with which to over come tho Kearns crowd, if It Is to bo overcome. With those accountants who have , figured tho other way until they were i convinced by stubborn facts that they . were working on mistaken lines, tho figures of th...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

w m 2 truth: i B THE STANDARD .OIL AND THE ' NEW YORK CENTRAL CON- VICTI0N8. B, Hasty judgments on tho significance Hi o tho trust and rcbato convictions ot H last week are avoided by tho press, In H' view o tho fact that both cases have H yet to bo reviewed by tho higher HI courts, which may roverso last week's H decisions. Theso preliminary con- J vlcltlons are salutary, however, in the H opinion of tho Philadelphia Press, H "because they dispel tho Impression, Industriously urged, that great cor HJ poratlons can not bo convicted for HJl tho crimes they commit, and by which HJr they profit." Tho decision agalnsi Hl tho Now York Central for giving fa H vors to tho Sugar Trust Is a bencfll 1 to'overy railroad In tho country, adds HJ tho same paper, and Is a support to H honest trado as well. Tho convic HJ tlon of tho Standard Oil coiuiiany ol HJ violating tho Ohio Anti-trust law Is Hi similarly welcomed. The Cleveland HJ Leader refers to the operations of the HJ OH Trust In that sta...

Publication Title: Truth
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

I v't " mi aiHiiii) .li.wgaaasaaaBniiii ..JJJDjasjwfBM -J I truth: i I S3 TRUTHS. J The Tribune's great sensation (?) V about the tax books has flattened out L to nothing. It was only sprung to 11- 1 vert the attention of the public from 1 tho police and city treasurer scandals. The promised further revelations re k.irdluj; the tax books have not ap jj peared. I Wm. J. Lunch Is made tho subject ) of tho . Tribune's virulent attacks In I pursuance of a threat that was made j to punish Mr. Lynch for daring to ar- i rest a certain man who was implicatea j In tho Porland fair irregularities and who atterwards fled to Canada, John Q. Cannon. The Tribune don't like people who are honest and decent. This is no figure of speech. It's cold fact, but tho Trlbuno can't help It. Such Is the nature of tho man who owns the sheet and of courso tho sheet pailakes of the nature of its owner. Because of its antipathy to honest folks it has ) ade Sheriff Emery an especial sub ject of attack during thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

K 4 TRUTH ? 1 SH IN THE SOCIAL REALM Hg H' Miss OUlo Wall, daughter of Col. K and Mrs. E. A. Wall, was tlio guest K of honor at a box party at tho Or- H't heum Monday, which was given by B Mrs. A. Fred Wey to celebrate Olllo's U ninth birthday anniversary. The eight K ' llttlo pcoplo who enjoyed tho play and H i the supper afterwards at Franklin's '. wero Darleno Kimball, Mary Hagen H I barth, Margaret Brown, Zcnlo Cowan, H Graco Cunningham, Naomi Hoffman H and Morris Daly. Hf Tho Thlstlo club gavo a Hallow- Ht o'en danco Wedncsdayjovenlng at Jen- H nlngs' hall. H. H, Tho Ladles' Aid society of tho West- H minister Probyterian -church enter- H talncd nt a Hallowe'en socfal'at the H homo of Mrs. A. E. Phillips Tuesday H evening. H Miss Esther Nelson was tho hostess H at a Hollowo'cn party Thursday oven- M H Tho Willing Workers of tho First H Baptist church held a Hnllowo'en so- H - clal Tuesday evening in tho church. M H Mrs. Louise Schoppe entertained in- H formally Wednesday aftern...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

TRUTH ? '4V THE AUTUMN F fe F wl iLto HEBs N-i I ,n "Dtm,aP" exhibit the new- ' ty$(MKIBi J cst creations "r HOR.- pX bHHHBS C TON $3.00 quality embraces tSiSjJHJIJpjHjiSU 11 style and good value wear. : iSsuSB$l Th fun ,ine f wearaWe rfa FURNISHINGS are being 1 X shown in novelties from the -- -j"--A j,cst maCrs SOLE AGENTS OLj.u i n.J-- SOLE AGENTS , I For Dr. Delmel Linen Ollll Id IU UlUBI Dr. Jaeger Sanitary Wool A I Mesh Unclei wear Underwear. - - - - I ' ' BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO. 1 TELEPHONE 193-2 Rings 166 MAIN.STREET i ALL OFF WITH STENOGRAPHERS. It looks as If It was all off with tho I stenographer. Advices from down east tell us how sho Is going to bo dls i placed. Machinery is going to estab j llsh a sort of typewriter trust, where a man's letters aro to "bo ground out for him by experts, and the little girl In the office will be of no more ser vice. I Plans now under way will make it unnecessary for business men to de pend upon private stenographers or typewriter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

K 6 TRUTH I AMUSEMENTS' HI Thoso who failed to see "Parsifal' Hj last season when It was here should H ' not miss the opportunity of going thit H time. And thoso who did see it last H season sliould go again. It is one ol H thoso strango masterpieces of the H stage which not only excites pro 11 1- H able controversy, but opens wide av- H enucs of meditation as well. H According to tho point of view "Par- Hl slfal",is allegorical, ethical, historical- lf ly religious or religiously historical, with all tho lights and shades of spec- H ulativo meaning woven into the story. H It has excited both tho favor and H disfavor of the preacher, tho laymen ' H and writers who delight in dissecting H lltcraturo with tho joy of lettered sur- H gery. H anything which can so generally en- H gage attention is out of the ordinary H and there Is nothing ordinary about "Parsifal." H "Parsifal," in English, will be pre- B seiuuu ac me bait l.ukc theatre at the 1 matmeu today and performance to- i1 night...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

" "" " !! ill IPHPiiH IWWIUBMii mUHMiF il'll ' ' "I'-ifjjB ! TRUTH 7 I THE ENGLISH SENSE OF HUMOR. i George Ado says: I All humor Is local. What Is funny I in Chicago Isn't funny in New York. s I) 's th. samo the world over. Local ity Us everything to do with It. Tho Envlsh have a sense of humcr, of , course, but It Is very different from ours. They appreciate Impossible sit uations, when they are portrayed, very keenly. A favorlto bit of comedy with them is tho part of the play when tho servant masquerades as tho mistress. It seems so utterly absurd and Impos sible to them to have tho servant put ting on tho airs of tho master or mis tress that they laugh very heartily. You see, It depends entirely on tho point of view. American humor does not appeal to Harry J. Robinson lives at Bingham where ho conducts a newspaper, Tho Bingham Bulletin. For several years ho has played an important part in the public affairs of Bingham. Ho Is bold, fearless and aggressive, makes tho English peopl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

W 1 8 TRUTH I TRUTH H lasued Weekly by B Truth Publishing Company. H. 32 Eaglo Block, Salt Lake City. l Halt Lake City M John W. Hughi,EdltorandMnnager H Entered June 1, 1903, at Salt Lake City, Utah H as leeond-elau matter under aot of Congresf B of March 3, 1879' H Ttrmi of Subscription. H ONB THAR In advance) $2.00 V SIX MONTHS (In advance) 1.00 j THRHH MONTHS (In advance) 71 H Postmaatersaendingaubscrlptlons to TKUTI1 M may retain 25 per cent of iiibioriptlon price M at eommlnion. H If the paptr U not desired beyond the date M subscribed for, the publication ihould bt B notified by letter two weeka or more before B the term expires. 1 Dlaoontlnuances. M Remember that the publisher must be notl- H fled by letter when a subscriber wishes In. H paper stopped; all arrears must be paid in I Requests of subscribers to have their papei 1 mailed to a new address, to seoure ntteu- H tlon, must mention former as well us pres- 1 ent address. H Address all communications to TRUTH I'UIt- B L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

truth: q I BPB j IfeN x i vim, MiiMBF W. N. WILLIAMS State Senator State Senator William N. Williams, who has already served two terms In tho legislature Is a candidate for re election. Ho Is not a candidate be cause ho wants the ofllco particularly, but becauso ho has served tho public well and consclenclously In tho past and tho public wants him again. He is about tho farthest removed from THE CONTEST IN IDAHO. A careful Investigation or tho Idaho situation leveals that if there is a lair election there, Governor Gooding will bo re turned by a handsome mapority over Stockslager, tho Dubois candidate. Not even tho dastardly scheme of the democrats to disfranchise tho whole Mormon people In Idaho can prevent It. Notwithstanding tho claims of va rious parties, careful inquiry shows that northern Idaho is safely for ft) Goo,1'ni" which means tho election of JW the whole republican ticket and the 'j overwhelming defeat of Fred T. Du 'j bois as a political factor In that state, flie onl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

Wi 10 truth: HT WOMAN'S .WORK IN GERMANY. M Tho recent great Socialist gathering H at Mannheim was not without its fern- B inist adjuncts, although tho organs of m Kautsky, Braun and Behol complain Hf that the addresses and papers read by H tho women were too much up in the M clouds, too purely academic, and did j not have the interest which would 1 have resulted from a plain statement l of fact. The Neuo Qcscllschaft- (Bcr- H lin), referring to tho report of the H "ommlttee on women farm laborers, H regrets that there wero not moro clear H information about tho work, hours, H wages, and social habits of tho many H women who toll on tho farms and Hi roads of Germany. Tho tone of specu J' lation taken by tho German feminists may ho seen from an article in the H Berlin Umschau written by Elizabeth H Gotthcincr, which is rcmarkablo in H some ways for its moderation. This H wnLor demnnds that the education oi H woman should bo identical with that H of men and adds: H "Tho girls who have...

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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Truth. — 3 November 1906

TRUTH l' II Additional Truths. Continued from Page 3. tax, but notwithstanding that ho can J and generally does make the borrower pay it. The same kind of a law ex isted in a good many other states, but I it was found to bo unjust and in most yk of them has been repealed. Voters " should voto "yes" on the question of changing tho system. Brlant S. Young withdrew from the republican ticket and William McMll iU. J u- Eldredge, Jr., is ono of tho best known men in public life in Salt Lake. Ho Is not only well known, but favorably known, known for his abil ity, straighforwardness, reliability and honesty, qualities which count for all that makes llfo worth living. Ho has ( hold several public offices and has t filled them with moro than credit to, Ian has taken his place as candidate for tho lower house of tho legislature. fr iV'cMlllan Is a very capable man and adds strength to tho ticket. Mr. Kearns and Mr. Cannon think M t thoy aro Just whooping things up by issuing challenges for im...

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