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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY," JULY 1, 1S00. .- t- J I 4- 1 0 3 5? a t & For that coat Those broken lots we must dean out while the hot weather's hcrcm You know our rule: No goods carried over AT THE BOND, $47,000 U. S. Gov't coupon 3s. $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind., As. $15,000 Indianapolis Gas Co. 6s. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. - Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. HEARTY WELCOME HOME PRESIDENT ASD 31RS. M'KINLEY A3203G CAMO ISEIGHHOKS. Enthusiastic Greeting; All Alone the Way, Folloire! by a "Warm Reception In the Home City ; CANTON, X)., June SO.-At 10:15 o'clock this morning President and Mrs. McKinley reached Canton on a regular Pennsylvania train. Fifteen minutes later the President was . in his own home, the remodeled cottage In North Market street, made famous In the campaign of 'OS, shaking hands with the members of the citizens reception com- t mittee of W who h.'.d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

s . i ö THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY V 1900; .-X ) QLUXAL'SIILSIXESS DIUECTOIIY. i;.NT INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL TUce. West Mlcblcan street. TeleIn: old. i7; new, 2152. Tarrrory "e 01 t river. i.T frbiim Cftal Ov. Elit 22d St- An Uraclto. wk. bard and oft coaL Phone 2C pnnTnr.MAN'TJ floral company. New No. m Mais ave,. 226 N. Del. st. TeL S40. I UN DRIES uxion. cd-operative laundry. rjtjcalled for: l?-14l Vlrg. ave. hon 1KB. P. iL i'UiUiCLL (Mantels. Furnace). - üi Aims. . LTENT LAUTERSV. IL LOCKWOOD, 41X11 Temcxe tnnnng. LLS AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buekboaroa. ere) ' 2ö circle. Tel. vrji. Show cases WILLLUI WEIGEL. 143 South Meridian Street. ;ndektakers FRANK BLANCTIARD. 5 N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. . LL, PAPEItÄ IL C. STEVENS, New Style Wall Parer. Low r rices. &3 N. Senate are. Tel. 2 cn 1 Fl'.VCRAL DIRECTORS. FLANNEtt & BUCHANAN f Licensed embalxners.) Can ship diphtheria and scarlet fever. Lad embalmer for ladle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

TWO EXCITING RACES contests or college nOAT CREWS o. the hudson river. Four-Mile VrIty Event "Won by Pennsylvania 1 19:44 3-3, with V.'lMconnln Clone Behind. CORNELL WAS UNFORTUNATE TWO OF HER .MEN COLLAPSED AXD SHE FIMSIIEO Til HID. TwoOIlie Frtihmnn Race Taken by Wisconsin, Pennsylvania Second Other Eveut Not Rowed. POUGHKEEF2IE, X. Y., June SO. One of the roost magnificent races in the history of college aquatics for years was the 'varsity race rowed on the Hudson course this afternoon. Following it was an equally exciting two-mile brush among the freshmen crews, and then it was so dark that the four-oared race had to be postponed until Monday. Here is the record: University race, distance" four milesContestants: Pennsylvania. Wisconsin. Cornell, Columbia and Georgetown; conditions, smooth water, rather brisk northwesterly wind and a fairly strong ebb tide. Rowed at 6:55 o'clock. Pennsylvania won in 13:44 3-5; Wisconsin second, l:46 2-5; Cornell third. 20:01 1-5; Columbia, fourth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

I inaiana j urcarcjT vuirtDUTcrs oj- ury ucoas. I r7ZT "T7L7T ÜjC TUT 7 "I wi) Zimmer itä&ZBJ Jni(&äl!CJlttj& -Hcgin Kaith JVcjet Saturday Afternoon From that dare, up to atid including September 8, our store will close each Saturday at 12:1)0 p. in. The demand for shorter working hours is most general and is backed by the press aud the sentiment of the public. The summer half-holiday is already firmly established in all the larger cities, and we believe it to be but a question of time until all important business houses in Indianapolis will be closed Saturday alternoons. Until then, forward a good cau fjy completing your week's shopping before Saturday noon. It s;ems needless to add that July 4 will find our store closed all day. For to-morrow we announce special values in summer wash goods, black teffcta dres3 skirts, children's mull hats and shirt wa.sts. Sole IgcnU for Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. BUGS 111 ush for ATS onday's BARGAIN...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

' i Part Two Pages 9 to 16 PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. A H H l A V J -K l A - - ... E TT Is reached in our present ojfeLSJlHSfe all-woolSu and $12.00 grades, at the unprecedented low price of We desire to place special emphasis on this offer: It is induced by a disappointing business season and our determination to fix prices so low that the most casual inspection will result in sales. These suits are well and handsomely made and trimmed, and comprise only all-wool Cassimeres, Cheviots and Worsteds of the latet patterns. We guarantee that whoever wears one of these suits will be well and satisfactorily dressed. Do not let the low price discredit our offer. We Have Two Grades of Especially Fine Suits for Boys They comprise Cassimeres and Worsteds, in stripes and checks, in- flQ 0 fll (5? 11 fh flifh cludingf Blue Series, with single or double-breasted vests, made up Äööö N ÄIÖv in the very best of style, which we now offer at D We a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

10 1 1 directing the energies of his photographer. He bad Just come from Godhra, where 2,000 reople had died from the cholera within a period of four days. A stampede had followed and U.ooo relief workers had scattered la every dlrectori earning with them the seeds of the dread disease. TUB CATTLE DIE, TOO. The mortality in this district Is not confined to human beings. Of 1.300.000 head of cattle living: at the beglnnins of the famine more than 1.000.000 have died from the lack of water and fodder. Hence the Immediate future of the unhappy farmer who may survive the present ordeal la very uark and discouraging. For without cattle how can they till the soil, and unless they sow how can they reap? In order to meet this emergency It is now proposed to use a plow that can be pulled by a man, a light-weight affair adapted to the ktrcngth of an ordinary farmhand. And one of the noteworthy beneficent 'acta of the American visitor mentioned above was the purchase -of 1,000 of these plows f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

11 E3 3 1 TheCity'sOCIAL LIFE Events, Cbyeties and Personal Activities of the Week THE INDIANAPOLIS jOUBNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900. WfflSSOMS y v II II -v. IV J I II Society has now fairly entered upon Its lumner eolstlce. There has been an unusually large number of June brides this season and the usual entertainments given In their honor. But the last June bride has now showered her fcouquet in exchange lor rice. Graduates have declaimed upon mighty question enough to furnish the country with thought for the next twelve months and eo all the fuss and feathers of the social season Is abandoned and people t making plans for their summer outing. Change of scene means rest usually, but a new environment has, for many, gradually come to Imply only a fresh code of social ethics. Americans grow to love formal festivity over much and maintain an almost disheartening standard. Summer villas in the country or mountains or watering places admit of privileges and home comforts galore, but the s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900. i THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY. JULY 1. 10X). Telephone Call. Buslnera Office. .....S Bditorlal Rooms 8 TKI131S OF St'DSCItltTIOX. DAILY BT MAIL. Pally cnly. one year 8 .0? Daily. Including Sunday. on year.... l'Xwi humlay only, one )rtr 2.W only, one month V'& llly only, three months 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pally, per week, by carrier '. 12 cts huTty. Hirtel copy Cts Xj&Uy and Sunday, ier week, by carrier.... 20 ct "WEEKLY. Per year $LG0 Iletlnced Ilntew to Clnbs. Subscribe with any of our numerous amenta or stnd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Person endins? the Journal throutfh the malls in the United States should put on an eight-page laper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or slxte. n-page paper a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. AJI communications Intended for publication In tnts paper must. In order to receive attention, be acc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

J THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900. is r i : i : r '. '. ' THE ARMY NEWS CENSOR A3iazis(j sti rmiTV or these or11 CI ALS VS SOUTH A Fill CA. Corretpondent Driven to nage and Despair General Ilohert Came and Tut the Ilcd Tape. JulUn Ralph, in London Mnll. It was at De Aar that our first censor hectored ani snubbed some us until 1, for one, began to Imagine it hopeles3 to ittempt to do my duty to my newspaper and the public. It va3 at De Aar that a correspondent was encouraged to writo fiisDatche? In order that a censor might "What do you mean? You cannot be In earnest." "I mean that I am accredited by the War Ofiice and sent here to report what goes on. If I cannot do this, please pass me home. -1 am sorry to have reached this Juncture, but I am clear in my mind. I must have a pass for the raid or a rass to go home." - It is only fair to say that the kindly and courteous gentleman who acted as censor where this took place was greatly shocked by this startling outbreak. ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900. 14. THREE DATES IN HISTORY XIIRTHDAYS OP Sll'StCIAXS THAT occi it this wrcciv. Sons Service by Robert I'nrk Choral Society Music nt Other Churches To-Dny-Mr. John Geiger and pupils gave a recital In Wabash Friday evening. Mr. F. M. Flaniue, banjolst, has left the city and has located at Chattanooga, Tenn. Mi?s Carrie Hyatt will preside at the organ at Grace Cathedral to-day, substituting for Mrs. Hugh McGlbeny, who Is away on a. vacation. There will be a patriotic sons service at Plymouth Church this morning. The regular quartet will be assisted by a male quartet composed of Mr. Fred Lander, Mr. Morris Meek, Mr. C. D. Green and Mr. Fred Loomls. Organ rrelude, patriotic airs Mr. "Willis P. Kent Te Deum" Wagner March of the Flag Goes On" Walker 'America" Double Quartet There will be special music at the First Baptist Church to-day. The musical numbers are as follows: Morning. Hear My Prayer" Mendelssohn Miss Agnes Herd and Chorus. ''One....

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1 CO. Mahoug!athMahoiuiglish I5' BAING'GOULD. Author of "Mehalah" and "John Herring. " . " ' (Copyright, 1000. by S. Baring-Gould. Corea Is exciting not a little interest In the world at present. There are rival claims on it; Japan. Russia. England all desire to have a finger on it. I can recall when the peninsula was absolutely closed, when no foreigner was permitted to set foot on the poll. It was precisely for that reason, out of curiosity, and I suppose native English "cussedness." that, in I. being captain of the Curlew, on my way home from Nagasaki, altered .my course and ran to Corea. I had no right to do so, but I did It because I was inquisitive to know what sort of land It was and what was the reaB on for the exclusivenesa there practiced. I hove In sight of the shore on the coast, rear-Soul.. and I got cut a boat and went on shore to have a look around. We all like doing what is forbidden. It Is our nature. On the beach we were me...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

16 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900, FOR FEMININE READERS ODD 5LECVES, DltAFKD 8KIIITS AXD FA3CY WAISTCOATS ARE AVOIIX. XXorr the Complexion May De Cared for Dnrlnpr the Stimmer OutlnK A Clnb Problem Od du and End. The long sashes, and scarf draperies on dressy gowns for the summer become more and more fashionable. Fays the fashion "writer of the New York Post. They appear not only on the beautiful evening toilets of airy diaphanous materials, but finish charming day gowns of veiling, albatross, summer silk, chambray and even French Cingham. They are appropriate for little girls, young ladles or matrons. Very slight and gradual changes are being made In dress sleeves by all hlghclass modistes. The bell shapes with full undersleeves were the first concession. Then quickly followed all sorts of pretty conceits in the way of small vertical tucks, plaiting and shirrings. inset pieces of guipure, puffed and Insertion-trimmed caps, and long, slender Vandykes formed of panne....

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

O ! Part Three i k NDAY JOITRNA Pages 17 to 20 rRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IJlEi AN INDIANA MAN ABROAD KOTES AND INCIDENTS OP TRAVEL J.N THE SOUTH OP FRANCE. The Road fron Nice to Genoa Monte Carlo and Its Surroundings Alx . Lea Balns and Ita Hatha. Occasional Correspondence of the JournaL AIX LES BAIN'. France. June K.-Many yeara ago. before the railway along the Mediterranean höre was bullt, I journeyed from Nice to Genoa by diligence. The constantly varying panorama of extensive views enjoyed on the trip, a3 I sat outside with the driver of the coach, rolling along over a road as smooth as a billiard table, has never been effaced from my memory, nor have I forgotten when, on starting, an Immensely fat female passenger climbed aboard, how the remark to a traveling companion escaped rhe, "here comes a thlnoceros." She had heard what I said, and fitting down with a snort, she chuckled and In good English flung out the retort, "Yes,...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

18 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900. found a base on the above mentioned plalXotm (whcb, by the way, forms the covering to the room In front of tne wall with the liun'i head;, It seems natural to connect this with the statue of Poseidon, even U we tail to see how the water was brought tu so high a level. 1 must refrain froiu enlarging on othei events of the campaign, but ought not to leave unmentionta a most exquisite votive lelief found In the last days of the work, with sevt-n email figures not more than cignt inches high. The pure spirit of Greek art breathe 3 through it, and is reit as sentlbly from it as from the .Parthenon frieze cr from the Attic tombstones of the beat period. TALK ABOUT WASHINGTON. Oar First President's Gifts as a Letter Writer Hovr II Was Mourned. Philadelphia Record. Now that Washington's birthday is so universally celebrated, it Is interesting to note an instance of the omission of this . popular custom. Only those who have carefully studied...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

THE INDIAN AEOETS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1300. 10 t The Savings Department THE INDIANA TRUST COMPANY CAPITAL - SURPLUS This Company will pay you 3 per cent, interest on Savings Deposits of $1 and upward. - - $1,0C0,0G0) - S7S.C00 Deposits may be made at any time. No regular amount is required. OFFICERS: J. P. FRENZE L, President. FREDERICK FAHNLEY. First V. Pres. E. G. CORNELIUS. Second V. Pres. JOHN A. BUTLER, Secretary. XOTICE. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock rri. on Saturdays. Real Estate We have many bargains to offer in Indianapolis Real Estate, both in improved property with good income, and in vacant lots and acres with an assured increase in value. . Parties seeking desirable investments are invited to communicate with us. The Central Trust Company 150 East Market Street. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. ILLlCHkRcc CO.S Safe Deposit Vault SO East Washington Street Absoluta safety against fir and burglar. Policeman dar od night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Bo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 July 1900

20 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1900. MRS. JESSIE B. FREMONT Tin: nOM.WCK IX the lifd op-fa-JIOI S IMTIIFIXDCtl'S WIDOW. Second Daughter of Thonin II. Kenton, .MlMooarl'n (irratrttt Stntesxcjuan An Klouement. St. Lou! Po."t-JDl?patch. In far away Los Angeles, besldo the sea he loves and In the fruitful land her lover and lifetime hero added to our national domain, the most famous St. Louis girl, now seventy-six years old, la passing her declining daya. "When the news was flashed throughout the country a few days ago that Mrs. Jepsle Hentern Fremont had sustained a fracture of her hip by a fall, personal friends In every State of the Union and thousands who knew the romantic and ennobling story of her life were anxious lest in her advanced age she might not recover from her injury; but later it as announced that the venerable lady was doing well despite her years and under the tender care of her daughter promised soon to recover. The life-story of Jessie Benton Fremont I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 2 July 1900

1 HE UK WEHKLY KSTATU.tSHED 1S23. DAILY KdTAHLlSlitU ls'0. VOL. L-NO. 183. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1900. A IVlV-rFi O VIill 1 O. 1 UIAJ.NS AND SUNDAW & :i:nts. 7 1 LOOKS BETTER SITUATION IN CHINA SEEMS A SUADE LESS DESPERATE. 2Ilniatera, Tlth One exception, De lieved to Have Been Safe a Day Later Than Before Noted. ATTITUDE OF THE VICEROYS IT GIVES WASHINGTON AX ADDITIONAL SATISFACTION. Fact That They Do Not Follow I rking In Anti-Foreign Denionatrationa Is Very Favorable. LIST OF KILLED AND WOUNDED I AMERICANS Wno FELL IN TI1E SEYL 1 310LR EXPEDITION. Admiral Kempff Cable That Fourteen Thousand Men of All Arms Are Ashore In China. UNDER RUSSIA'S PROTECTION CHINESE ARC SAID TO BE SEEKING 7 1IC BEAR'S HELP. Admiral Brace Compliments Work of British and German CommandfriAmerican Flani Broadening. WASHINGTON, July L To-day's advices to the State Department, made up of two cablegrams from Consul General Goodnow at Shanghai, brought the foreign ministers at Peki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 2 July 1900

THE IKD1 AN APOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 2, ISO?. that few, if any, visitors perished, and that the lors of life was almost entirely among the employes of the company. List of the Dead. NEW YORK. July 2. The following list of dead Is most comprehensive that could lc obtained up to 1:30 o'clock Monday morning: ADOLPH AHLSBORN, thirty-six year3 old, chief officer of the Bremen, died In Jersey City hospital. CHRISTIAN BOLGHMANN. thlrtycisht years old, taken from the Main, died in Christ's Hospital, Jersey City. MRS. LENA. S. CORDTS, thirty-one years old, stewardess on the Saale, died In Jersey City Hospital. FRED CORDEL, 'longshoreman, of Hoboken, body recovered from river. FRED ELTER, fireman on Saale, perched In hold of vessel. FRED HANDELL, 'longshoreman, body found off North German Lloyd pier. KARL HOHENSTEIN, twenty years old. painter on Saaie; four friends saw him burn while his head was through the port able. IRNER, Lead fireman of the Main; said to have perished In hold of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 2 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900. 3 Nevv York Store Established 1S2. .Sole Acrnti Ilntterlck rattern. Ith Gigantic... Begins sharply at 8 o'clock Housework will keep until after you come down to this greatest of sales. Come Early Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. 8IAR0TT, 22 lo 2S East Ya& St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. I omli'c VVnnl Rrnch For caring for Ilardwood Floors. H. Ei HAMILTON & CO., .19 Pembroke Arcade. Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. University of Indianapoll. Cor all kindi of dental work. .The fees are-to cover the costs only. Receives. patients from 9 a. mi to p. m, 8. W. Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. . AMUSEMENTS. Kffle Ellsier Is to head Llebler & Coa 'Western Christian" Company again next Beason. . x .E. II. Sothcrn is said to be contemplating an early appearance in Hamilton's version p; "The. Qount of Monte Cristo." - W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 2 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 2, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY. JULY 2, 1900. ' Telephone Cull. EusIneM Oiüce 2ZS Editorial Rooms U -ii n ii - TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally only, one year 8.00 Dailv. including Sunday, one year. 10.f0 Kunc'ay only, one year N 2.00 Dally onTy, one month $0.70 Dat.'y only, three months 2.00 WH EX FURNISH ED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier 13 cts Funday. inle copy 5 cU Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 Reduced Rate to Clnbs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapoll, Ind. Persons sending: the Journal through the malls In the United State should put on an eight-page J paper a ONE-CENT postage ftamp: on a twelve or sixteen-page paper a TWO-CENT pontage 'amp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. AH communications Intended for publication In i this paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the cam...

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