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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

ip* m\ lit. , . ' " 'V - . W-T-- r'r"^^T.- : ' ^^i^'^li^iPi^PJMM I VOL. 7, NO. 147. " ' - ROANOKE, VA.. MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 12, 1903. PRICE-ONE CENT ff -??- ?? - - - _____ j " LAMBERT WAS DESPERATE MAN H -?Bad a Bad -Record in Tazewell County." I . MFT THE 11QITAI ?>? ?* iuju uuunl li \ u A special from Tazewell, since :he publication of the untimely end cf Harry Lambert, who was shot, it has become known that he was one of the moat desperate characters this county has ever known. He was an escaped convict, a reward of several hundred dollars being on hia head, and has committed a murder since he escaped from tht penitentiary at Richmond. While confined in the ccunty jail he made a desperate attempt to escape by attacking the jailer with a pair of scissors while th?. officer was feeding the prisoners He was unsuccessful, however, the jailer having near him at the time a heavy iron :>ar. which was used with good effect on Lambert's head. It is thought that La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

Euan trial BEARING TNETND * ' * of Testimony Was Heard esterday? Witnesses' Veracity Attacked. ington, S. C.. Oct. 10.?The last to be heard in the trial of H. Tillman, charged with the t Ot Editor Gonaales, left the at 4 o'clock this afternoon, thus ding the taking of testimony in promised to be a much longer ;ban this will be. On Monday I uesday counsel will address the tevwn hours being given to each rumenta. On Wednesday morn lac Judco Gary will charge the jury and place the case with It for deliberation and determination. Thin pro Cram was decided upon by rcurt und counsel. and announced by the court t' lost prior to adjournment today. Counsel for the defenae proposed that "T'.~ the raae heauhmWt^d trt the iiirv without argument, the state suggesting-that three hours be devoted to each side, hut the court proposed a day each t which was accepted by the attorneys on both sides. The employment of expeditious methods has materially hastened the,end of this important case. A vast nu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

~ Preventionis_ Better Than Cure ' In vivw of the season of sudden changes. !t will pay y<-tt to get a bcttie of our COUGH SYRUP W'iiIa i?f <\n isa U/\erth r\n n<l AX' llil Pine Tar. Glycerine and Ammonia. The H he St syrup nvado for Coughs. Colds, Asthma. Cramp. Bronchitis, Whooping H Cough, and all Throat and Lung Dla eases, it. con tat no no morphine **f H chlon forrn The Tiesl known remedy H for small children. Perfectly reliable. Don't fail to get a bottle and trv It. H Large Dottle for U.'> cents. SOLD ONLY BY I McGee's Pharmacy. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST. Corner Campbell avenue and Henry St. Night Clerk over store. AT THE ACADEMY. A Fair Sized House Greets "As You It" With Marks of Approval. Although not greeted by as large an audience u?? the merits of the production deserved, the rendering of Shakespeare's delightful romorty "Ah You Like "It" as the Academy Saturday evening was a remarkably pleasing one to those who sat through the pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

fra mining howsj; E ROANOKE, VA. j Wt Feb) la bed rery day except Sunday, < R THE ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. c_ f One year ? 13.60 B Six months 1.50 i j .- . Three man the 75 B- jE. -One month...... 25 r C?'*'""" Oo* copy 01 ; BOTH PHONES f f . BM|m" Office. 143 ^ uKrlal Boom#...., 124 . Delivered by carriers In al! parts of ^^.._!L-_L________ Shun, a? way letters from correspondK. mta are solicited; but no attention w.ll be -siren to anonymous oommunlcaSons. Every article of whatsoever hind that la not accompanied by the aame of a responsible persons (not E necessarily for publication) will be deg-~ strayed. WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Fair today arid TuesR day; warmer Tuesday. ABSURD LABOR LEGISLATION. It- Thffl \Va?hlngliin P???f i-omnipntinir I 1-on labor legislation, says: The bulldvnB, contractors, and mater- | all men. who have been most bitter In * their denunciation of the extreme at- ? tldude taken by labor organizations J under the leadership of such men as \ Sam ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

Evenly Balance lust as sasy to buy a nice Piano or Orga 7 For your horns as to spend y< money in nonsense. We can a you a Fine Piano for only 2( per day, or an Organ for 10c. | day, and no notes to sign. Thinks it over; get our prici investigate our methods. FACTORY BRANCH HOUSE. Roanoke Music C C. T. Jennings. Mgr.- 22 Salem NEVER TOO LATE TO DO GO< "Hello. Georye." "Howdy do, Hanry ?" : 1 "Say. George, did you hear aboti Foreman's misfortune?" "No. What about it?" "He fell off a ladder and broke legs." "He did?" "Yes. The doctor says he will to amputate both limbs." "Poor fellow. What will his fi do new?" "I don't know. George. ! saw Tu the Maccabee deputy, talking to last week, and be was trying t< him to lake out a $3,000 poliey li Maccabees', but he said he would awhile." "Well, what good wculd a $3.00< . Ley do him in his case? He is not d< "No. he is not dead; but he is tc diflrttled. and if he had taken ou policy, lie w ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

|r "EVERY " - PL1 7 * ?> In l< ' 'n Extravagant Co deneo ;*. ?perty w<> have f . .-! This 7:?jpi rt> 1* !<*? In square Irum cat' liu.*, Ijt J" front lawn, one cf whi.h Is n ti Hie rear cf lot. Building is Fram Interior gu FIRt The hall, parlor. sotting r?w* ?All with." fmnt > .i-,v 1 in- i>:tr.' room l.*>xlS feel. heated hy a 1 by jrrav . Kach <T these rooms. ' Hers. The [tailor has an elegit ami sittii-v; room each have ma.si I 8T The staircase in the fr. nt h? mention 4-te o its ease ami bran SECC ? Two laiRe ?on nesting chaml l also bath tcoiti eonveniently lev R-' All :C? tns :irt- high |?it< h<*?1. P \ * Is all expensive, attractive lp- J Is 15x18 feet, ami while it I L ' ' fact. it is aa well lighted as at P' ; T_r ~ B ? - Ha#, in addition to the kittl jL_ room that could be used as a di FENCES are all iu good con MP/vrmv*. E' ~ OUV 1 iv*^o. K &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

OUR DAI GEE: I HOPE MY PARD DO rL_ _ UP. WH In Saturday's puzzle, by usil OXfess Is fontul t<? tho 1??f? r.r tv. upper-right corner as base the p tho tree. STYLES , <| As we do, makes this th JI indulge your fancy to t \ J wear. If you feel like k ;find \V inter Suits and . \ | will make you feel like j * > If you have had tro * \ wear, we can Rive you \ ii AIRHEARTKI :; 102 SALEM AVENUE. \ \ ONE PRICE CLOTHII < INTERSTA1 -Sufi! . i Before maki that you ins Remingto ? always pleat .and Kerning all. A (nil Shell Belts. "Everything ft Nelson f "Th Convenience, ' Brill The Electric Lis doubt at all about it's bei fumbling in the dark for i l turn the key, it's dark. FOR i Wiring W. E. W< NT COME A I/O NO AN' MAKE ME DIVVY tiv^IS HIS PARTNER? lg the upper left corner as base, the wicked e princess, formed In the wall. By using the rince is found in the>.right corner, formed in gj with | ij the 1-AOVANCil in clothing ! ie ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 October 1903

r TO BRING THE SHIRT j k*re entails no more work than tak- ( mt Ins U el.^ewhtre, b it Ibe resuiu are { ] entirely different. The laundering will js be perfect and many ?rlpe to our tub < will not m!n the fabric*. At tha Radford Steam Laundry 1 thing? are cleansed as they are at ] home, .but by experienced worker* i who fciiTe every modem convenience ] _ at band. fc ' But you nebdu't bring?the 'things-j jr- ' here. We'll send for them. * I D OL D'S r Westpbalia Hams and j | Choice Breakfast Bacon.I I HUNTER & CO Oor. Balem ava and Commerce 8L 5 ! SMALL 4^$ j OF YOUR CHILDREN are cf as much | IMPORTANCE to them as voura are to 5 you, or more, when you consider the S fact that they are expected to grow up ? and be PREPARED TO FILL YOUR ? PLACE in the world, which will REQUIRE MORE OF THEM, on account ? of GREATER PROGRESS. Therefore ? .It Is well worth YOUR CAREFUL ? -^CONSIDERATION. and you should call S In and bring them. toe. and let us be of ? UNTOLD VALUE T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

VOL. 7, NO. 148. BOANOKE, VA.. TUESDAYEVKNING OCTOBER 13, 1903. . PRICE?ONE CENT 1 . ' . ' . M i .? __ - . - ^ f>"r OLD SOLI HAVE In Their Home Near Richmond ? ^ | WILD SCENE Commander Peay Struck Over the Head by a Comrade-Second Flgbt Narrowly Averted Later in die Day. 1 ? Kk-hmond, Va., Oct. 13.?Commander A. C. Pear, of the Soldier's Home, la wearing several large pieces of court plaster over a wound just above his right ear. which was received yesterday in consequence of a blew he suffered in the mess hall at the breakfast hour. The blow was struck by Comrade Par' ker, who la said to be rrom Oreens, ville county, Va. in in? met* nan were probably zuo man. who warp seated at twenty-five table#. A number of tbaae Interfered In order to aeparat? the two men. Commander Pea jr. when aeen, declined to dlacuaa the matter, and laid he would leave It to the executive committee to five out anjr statement they deemed proper. " . . From the beet Information at present obtainable ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

f|. The Ash Pan T ILjjT -V the story of the wastef ^ r ^=3^ There is no economy ii K'V.. ~t77 the name "Detroit St on every genuine J? - ' : " Jewell lit Hid ind SHEPHERD CtfAiNfiANC SYSTEM IS RESPONSIBLE For Outrages of Negroes* Says Dr. W. P. TbirkieMIin : _ an Address. - Cincinnati, Oct. 12.?Dr. W. P. Thlr? kield, corresponding secretary of the MfthcxHst Freeman's Aid and Southern Educational Society, in delivering the opening (Aiurws 01 mv c#\ augi-ucai ajE~ Itince TXKiay. Charged that the ouiiagea Sot negroes In the South wag dm- to the chain gang prison systt'tn. Hjb & ;, . aatd in part : "F4f Winroiin me to'utter one ^ word in extenuation of the unspeakable crime of which some blaek men are guilty. Let ua keep 1n mind, how>r ever, that only about twenty per cent. of the black men who are lynched hav? ever been charged with the unspeakable crime agai nst the sue redness of . womanhood. Let the black man bring every Influence to bear to make ouch Crimea i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

jl If jW /j/ u^HR ^iIIQr7 f^7 i(| JuIr u <^7 ?c% / i &\^BBByvK7 Prevention is Better Than Cure In vlsir -of the season of sudden chances, it will pay ycu to get a bcttle of our nniiRH syriip VV WWII W I IIWI Mrit of^pure Horehound. WHd Cberry. Pine Tar, Glycerine and Ammonia. The best syrup made for Coughs. Colds. Asthma, Cramp. Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, and ail Throat and Lung Dls? eases. 16 contains no morphine cr c*i lor of or pi Thg best known remedy for small children. Perfectly reliable. Ppg't fa? to get a ixHIle and try it. Urg? Botti? for za r?nu SOLD ONLY BY McGee's Pharmacy. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST. Corner Campbell arenu^and Henry St. Night Clerk orer store. "?NEED LARGER QUARTERS. n.m * - Wm. Watts Camp to Make a Change? A Patriotic Entertainment: A largely attended meeting of "William Wattg Camp Ok) Confederate Veterans was held last evening in Captain Spindle's office. Aa result of the Increased Interest being taken In the camp and the line showin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

ft ROANOKE, VA. P ?r?i7 day except Sunday, Jp THE ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. ^ xoontSui.. v- T."1. .76 - -- - V BOTH PHONES B ?552 Bnrmi .. . . . . .124 MlmM by carriers in all parta of Pp . the city. bm?n, N?i; letters from carrespondt? its era solicited: tout no attention will be given to anonymous communicaHons. Every article of whatsoever bind that is not accompanied by the " game of a responsible persons (not aecesaarttr for publication) will be destroyed. ? K_ "WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Fair Tuesday and Wednesday; light norlh wln-Ja bccomplas variable. ??gjpgg?m RATI NO TOO MI CH. While experiment* at Washington are to discover the effect on the human system of food preservatives, others by Profess:r Crittenden, at Yale, are to determine what quantities of different foods will support active life. Comp ' - men ting on the latter experiments. Dr. Shradv maintains that the majority of f' ' 'ja-v . 4 R ?'* people eat too much?especially the rich, "with whom bountiful dinners and B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

Evenly Balanced i ; Just at ea?y to bay a nlco . j Piano or Oraran1 i - -.y r*f*> ~ ? For your home a* to spend: your t money in nonsense. We cap soil ? you a Fine Piano for oaly:20c. ~ * pur day, or an Orfan for 10o. pur ; day, and no notes to sign. ; Think it auar; out our prices; < ..." investigate bur methods. j FACTORY MARCH HBU8E. | Roanoke Music Co. . T. Jennings, Mgr. 22 Salem Ave. ? f? j ^ ^ ~ ; keVer too late to do good. ' "Hello." George."" ?"Howdy do. Hmy?" =? "Say. George, did you hear about Jim , Foreman's misfortune?" < > . i "No. What about It?" t "He fell off a ladder and broke both lega." . _ "He dfd?" "Yea. Tbe noctor says he will have / to tmmiflf* hnth llmlw " "Poor fellow. What will his family e i <lo now?" "I don't know, Gearge. I saw Turner, y the Marrabeo deputy, talking to him t last week, and he was trying to get b him to rakQ out a $3,000 policy in the h JCjMoabees, but he said he would wait awhile." ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

F PLEOSES" k la not an Extravagant Comment in Connection with a Rest 8y deooe Property wc have for Sale in the Southwest Section o Kfe.. ^ 'This property is located In the most desirable section of the city, one * L\ aaaare from car line, lot 50 feet frcnl with three large shade trees on the IE' ttaat lawn, one of \*hUli lu a natural growth oak; nice fruit and grapes un itbe rear of Jot. ^Building Is Frame, Slate Roof with Rock ^ ' Foundation. E-W Interior of Dwelling: F FIRST FLOOR The pexler. sitting room and dining room conn* rt by sliding dcorv. all with a front view. Tho parlor la 15x15 feet, heated by grate; the dining room la 15x18 feet, heated by a Latrobe stove: sitting room 15x15 feet, heated by grate. Eateh cf these rooms, as well as the hall, have beautiful chandeliers. The parlor has an elegant mahogany cabinet mantel The dining STAIRCASE. The staircase In the front hall is natural oak and is entitletf to special I mention due to Its ease and beauty. SECOND FLOOR Two la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

0URJ3AH ..^si i MP1 \m I 1 -MARTHA, I THINK THAT PAR FIND MARTHA In yesterday's puzzle, by unlng ner is found near the lower corner. - m ii ISTYLES II > *1 As we do, makes this the < ??{II indulge your fancy to the * * VAAr If VAll faal lilra Iraoi <; and Winter Suits and Ov * I will make you feel like you * 1 If you have had troubl < I wear, we can give you whi I; I ' AIRHEART KIR :: 102 SALEM. AVENUE. 4 : ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS INTERSTATE GUNS GUNS ; * , Before making that yon inspet I Remington always please, and Remingtoi I all.- \ foil 1 Shell Belts <fec . "Everything for | Nelson Hi Kv "The I ^ I Convenience, CI m\ s"?. Brillh I Tfce Electric Llfbt K 4aaM at aO abeat it's bdai I fumbllBf In the dark for ma I . tara the key. It*a dark. Sb I; . FORES I Wiring V K; t? i fHJ22tX Oliver ' ROT HAS OOTTN OUT OF ITS CAGE." . A LSU THE PARROT. the upper right corner as base, hi* part- , 1?WfFH I a THE | advance! N CLOTHING 4 I 1 )ne s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 13 October 1903

Hpnl ^Cvft (fi^? * TinW ^K. l^^Bi ||^B HL c I ^fk Bfc 5 ^j Kj> B|4 \ A'lfl He< ; I y |e I TO BRING THE SHIRT^ Rf |?t ?Bt?IT? no nor* work than tal fr ta? It ol*?wfe?r?. but tha rtaulli ai Iaani; oi|i<arcni. iae jannaenng wi iMwrfect nnd^oany^ripe to oe r tx Radford Steam Laundry fhlnge ere cleansed M they are i home. bat by . experienced worke Who have everjljliddern oonrenlen* It'll bend. - Bat yon needn't bring the thini here. Well aend for them. p>|ai-D's Westphalia Hams an Choice Breakfast Bacon HUNTER & CC IOar. Baton m and Commerce Bt SMALL OP YOUR CHILDREN are cf M muc IMPORTANCE to them aa yours are I you, or more, when you consider tb thai they ?r* oxpoftxt to grow n Od be PREPARED TO FILL YOU PLACE In the world, which will RI QUIRE MORE OF THEM, on accoui Of GREATER PROGRESS.' Therefor tt Si la well worth YOUR CAREFU CONSIDERATION, and you should ha La and bring them, too. and let as be < UNTOLD VALUE TO BO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 October 1903

' r~W .:i i VOL. 7, NO. 149. ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 14, 1903. T7 PRICE?ONE C EN 1 H^B ' . ' ' - OFFICER SHOT : FLEEING NEGRO * ' ? PVas Found With Bullet in Back S NOW IN CITY JAIL Portsmouth, Va.. Oct. 14.?Police Ofll r Halstead. of the county, shot Rufus tones, alias Bill Moore, colored, hrough the lower part of his back rhile he was escaping from the officer Iter ha had been placed under arrest, tones b> now In the county jail sufferng from the wound, but the attending thyslclan states that his Injuries are tot fatal. Offlcer HaLstead had placed the negro inder arrest on a charge of stealing rom the petscn. Soon afterward.while ?w mi t a t r> thf tall IntiM in/ldnnlv roke away from the officer and started o run. whereupon Halstead drew bis Utnl ?nH WrwH The negro continued to run. however taking good his escape, and it was nonown that the shot fired by Uie cfllcer iMd taken effect in the negro's body intil he was found in a house.cn Queen tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 October 1903

I THE FATE OF pp \ JIM TIUMAN . May be Known Be fore Another Sun Rises?Arguments H Almost Complete. Ljevinpton. S C.. Oct. 111.?The jury in the uial of James H. Tillman listened J? argument by counsel throughout Ttiw day. When court rnnKT >ene<l today an unusually large cn>w7| was present and by the time adjournment was taken tonight the room was packed, with many standing The sec- I tion reserved for ladies was filled. 7 he I l f ?u ir? u hirh hn?* ltppn runnine tetVffD Cohirabia an<t I-exingt<?n "was p IIled when It wenr ever this m^rnins while a regular train running late: in 'he day brought an additional ntim K: ber. M any different part* of the state j were represented in the erowcl of *pe. tatora to day. By Contrary to the pregram _agreed n;mii the tfguu<ents to the jury w .*7 c not concltided today.' When file hour < ! fcr - ? 5 p_ ru arrived (Colonel Croft, who was 1L closing The argument for the de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 October 1903

Prevention is Better Than Cure In view of the treason of BUiMeu changes, it will pay y? u to get a bcttie of our COUGH SYRUP Made of pure Horehound. \Vlld Cherry. Pine.Tar, Glycerine and Ammonia. The beat syrup made for Coughs. Colds, Asthma. Cramp. Bronchitis. Whooping Cough, and all Throat and tung Dia__eaaea. LC contains no morphine. cr chloroform.- The best known remedy for small children. Perfectly reliable. Don't fail to pet a bottle and try It. I>arge Bottle for 23 ?-ents. SOLD ON IA BY NIcGee's Pharmacy. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST. Corner Campbell avenue and Henry St Night Clerk over atore. DEATH OF MRS. QUICK. - Wat a Most Highly Respected Lady of ScottsVille.' Scottaville, Va.. Oct. 13.?Mrs. Emily R. Quick quietly passed away in the 82nd yea: of her age. She was a great auffarer, but bore it with Christian fortitude and "when the end came, she was willing to go. In fact about the - last words she spoke were, "all Is well." Mis. Quick?was?born?Hi?Fluvanna county, July...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 14 October 1903

P^-flrtwhl Ibis. C ROANOKE. VA. I Published every day except Sunday, ME , ? THl ROANOKB NgW8 COMPAN/* RATES DAILY: , One year*...!. " 13.00 Six month*....'. 1.50 Three months 75 One month Jk One oopf.4..; BOTH PHONES Editorial Booms... 124 Delivered hy carriers in all parts of Suuri, newsy letters from correspondmts are solicited; hut no attention will he given to anonymous eommuniea- ! ttOLe. Every article of whatsoever hind that la not accompanied by the name of a responsible persons (not necessarily for publication) will be destroyed. ? - WEATHER REPORT [For Virginia: Fair and warmer Wednesday and Thursday. Light variable win da. TOO MANY STITHES. Hnsines-s men who advertise for youths j to fill positions requiring a knowledge ) of "tjio ;hree R.->' complain that the | boys who apply for employment of:cn spell badly, know little arithmetic and ~? display Ignorance In- matters of every- 1 day concern to themselves and their employers. They can recall isolated facts in a...

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