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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 7 November 1905

HUNDREDS ARE BURNED ALIVE BY COSSACKS Troops Set Fire to House Where One Thousand People are Assembled— Only About 200 Escape Through The one Exit. BERLIN, Nov. fi.—A dispatoli save that several hundred peasants were barned to death in a the Russian vil lage ofJedozvograd, iv the province of Don, through the firing ny Cossacks of a shed where a political meeting was in session. One thousand persons had gathered to discuss the situation. The prefect was nnable to suppress it and approved to setting fire to the building. The strocture was ablaze in a moment afrer the torch was appli ed. Only about a hundred escaped th ough a single narrow exit - ODESSA, Nov. c,. —This city is ijuiet today. Busiuess is resumed aud vessels are being liaded. HEAD OF MURDERED CHORUS GIRL FOUND BOSTON, Nov. {', —The head of Sousanna Geary was found in a satchel iv the bottom of the harbor yet- Teiday and has been identified by Mrs. Geary as her daughter, Evelyn. It was dragged to the surface very near the ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 7 November 1905

Local and Personal, Money to Lean on city and laim propeity. Jno. A. Gellatiy. Mr. and Mrs. Busloh, of WaterviUe, were passengers on the down river steamer yesterday. Homer S. Mohr. editor of the Ephrata Record'niade a business trip to this city yesterday. Get a pair ol our $3.60 Bradley shoes for $2.67 The Knew. .7. E. ttter. of Stehiken, is in the city today attending to business mat ters. $1000 to loan for one year on good first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm. C. L. Landley, of Leavenworth, is iv a city visitor to lay. A $2 hat for 97c at The Knew. W. H. Delauev of Chelan is in the city today renewing old friendships. Rnssel Keene, who with his fat her has charge of the Columbia River Lurn ber company's warehouse in Rook Island, is iv the city today visiting friends. Be*r Courtway and J. Seaman, pro prietor of the Eagle Livery are in Hartli»e securing a number of new horses for use in Wenatohee. I Fair dealing and your money back if not satisfied is the policy of The Knew Davi:l G...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 November 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 111. 412 VICTIMS OF MOB BURIED AT ODESSA Pitiful Scenes Where Bodies of Jews are Buried—Were Slain After Their Houses had Been Destroyed and Goods Stolen. ODESSA, Nov. B.—Four hundred and twelve Jews, victims of the mass acres oi last week, were buried today. A majority of the shops were closed, inclndiug many of those belonging to Christians. The scenes of grief were heart rending and almost indescribably as the bodies were placed in trenches, each containing 70. Similar funerals will continue lor three days, 2JO of the victims heing in such n condition that today they could not be recogniz ed. ()n each grave wreaths were placed bearing the inscription: 'Mart yrs to the faith—victims of the autocracy. " The mobs completely devastated, plundered and burned all the Jewish houses in the suhnrbs of Daluik. In the large villages ot Severinuovka and Auatolievfca and "he towns of Ovidopo', Maimaia, Akkesman, Ataki and Wnitza, many hundred persons are re...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 November 1905

The Wenatchee World Publiaied Dally Except Sunday by the WOfUD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office-- Business an* Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Wash(n«tc-». Farmers Phon» 234 Sociaty Editor Phon*--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: On* Year, by Mali, in Advance, • $5.00 Six Months, by Mail. In Advance, 2.50 delivered by Carrier, par wilt, - .10 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8. 1905 What ail? them in Russia is that they have no Taft. While the revolution may bring in estimable blessings to th« people of Rossu , if they are not less careless thousands of them will not live to en joy these blessings. We shall see if Russia really has freedom of the press when some news paper ventures to ask the czar pleas ant how he likes sleeping under the bed in a sheet iron nightie. When any western statesman hints about tbe rotten state of the finances in Turkey the sultan doubtless will look pained and ask if they any...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 November 1905

From Our Correspondents Interesting Items From Other Towns WINCHESTER Wincheate:, Nov. C..— J. B Lee came over from Moses Lake this evening to Bpend a few days in this vicinity. Miss Julia E. Coleman took the •Verting train for Spokane. E. J. Primmer came to towu this morning on a business vesture. Heury Mixner is assisting N. F. DeVaney to unload a car load of hay for DeVaney Bros. E. E. Laßare was a passenger ou the noon train for Wenatchee today. The school closed tins evening for two weeks that the teacher may attend the examination and teachers' in stitute ai WaterviUe. W. A. Large took out three loads of furniture this morning aud will soon be at home to his friends 0:1 his home stead. L. O. DeVanev c.inn in from the farm to day to spend a few days with sister, Mrs. Titus. Frank Tidd returned this evening from a trip to Wenatchee. CASHMERE Cashmere, Nov. 7.—Rev. Hilton was a Cashmere visitor today. Walter Olive was ap from Wenat chee Joe Canningam was in Cashmere on business t...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 8 November 1905

.Local and Personal Money tn Lean on city aud tann property. Jno. A. Gellatiy. J. J. Duncan, who recently retnrne 1 from Dawson City. Alaska, is in the city vititiug at tbe Lome of his brother, B. T. Duncan. H. S. Collins, western agent fcr the Chicago and Northwestern railroad, was in the city yesterday drumming up trade for his line. F. McCormiok, a miner of Kalispel, Mont..is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spruck. Mr. Mc- Cormick is on his way to Montana from a trip to Brewster on mining business. $1000 to loan for one year on good first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm. Mrs. R. Weil, owner of the Palace Department store, of Spokane, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. V 1. Neubaur for the past two days return ed to her home yesterday. The N. I. T. Club will attend the theater iv a body this evening. The club will occupy one of the boxes. H. A. Graham, who had charge of the : liielan county exhi!>it at the Portland fair returned to Wenatchee yesterday. Miss Li lie Parr...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 November 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLE VOLUME I.—NO- 112. FIFTY THOUSAND MASSACRED IN RUSSIA Jews in 28 Cities Slaughtered. Their Homes. Shops and Synagogues Pillaged and Burned. SOLDI ERSTO BLAME Murderous Cossacks Were Supplied Wiih Names of Jews and Rooms They Occupied. CHICAGO, ill.. Nov. 9.—Cabling to the Chicago Daily News from St. Petersburg, a correspondent snys: The number of killed and wounded in the recent riots exceeds 50,000, the majority being Jew*. Twenty eight cities have heen'sceues of terrible outbreaks and many thousands are roofless. Homes, shops, ofiices aud synagogues were pillaged and burned. Jew baters among the lowest oftioals helpc 1 to spread the rumors that the Jews had conspired to depose the czar and dismember Russia. Besides, it is incontestable that the Jewish leaders of the revolution angered the masses of the conservatives. When the re luctant half measure manifesto appear ed leaving'out the .Tews, the latter con tinued the agitation. It is gerueraily believed that ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 November 1905

The Wenatchee World Pubi s icd Daily Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee. Washlnot*'. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmer* 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: On* Ysar. by Mall. In Advanot, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mall, In Advance. 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, oar we**. - .10 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9. 1905 FOR BETTER FREIGHT RATES. The anniouncement tbat Frank G. Carpenter is to visit Wenatohee for tbe purpose of writing an article on the valley ie more than passing in terest to the people of this community. Mr. Carpenter is coming here in com pany with C. E. stone, general pass enger agent or the Great Northern railroad and this means that he hi? been sent here by James J. Hill. Mr. Carpent«r is one of the mos 1 ; widely known writers in the United States today and his articles, are read with interest by hundreds of th ousands o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 November 1905

SUES ACTRESS FOR BIG SUM OF MONEY BUFFALO N. V . Nov. 9.—Edna Wallace Hopper, who plays |to this chty this week, is named as defendant in a sensational breach of promise suit brought by James G. Morton. Paperß in the suit were served wbeu sheariiv ed in.Buffalo. Morton is au aotoi but does not give his stage nam';. It is said that for some time past he has been trying to get Miss Hopper to m\ke good and be come his wife and has so far failed. He did not give up hope until Miss Hopper left New York Ciiy on her present tour. At that tin* it if alleged, she stat ed in firm tones thst she had no i» tention of mtrrying Mortoc. It i« charged in the ormlaint that Miss Hopper was the one who propos ed mirriage. Morton demands $50,000 damages for being filter! by Miss Hop per. WOMAN SENTENCED FOR HER HUSBAND'S CRIME OREENURG, PA.. Nov. 8 —Mrs. Margaret Banned, of Parnassus, was tnis morn' ng sentenced to t?n years in the Western penitentiary for second degree murder. Her husband, James 0. Ke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 9 November 1905

Local and Personal Money to Lean on city and farm | property. Jno. A. Gellatiy. Mr. Barnes formerly employed at the j cottage hotel, has been hired as janitor j of the Christian church. > Mrs. P. K. Fisher, of Colorado, is visiting at the li cmc of ber sister Mrs.Famsworth. Mrs. Fisher is look ing over the valley with a view of buying a home here. Wm. Rice has purchased the resid ence occupied by by A. J. Hout aud will move his family in a few days. Yesterday Mr. Rice nude atrip to Pedihastin where he purchased a team ot horses. #1000 to loan for one year on good first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm. Mr. Gormerly has sold bis residence I on Orondo Aye. and with Ins family is now visiting at the home of Mrs. ; Gotiner'y's brother. In a few days he will leav for California and from thete will g ■to his old home in lowa where lie is owner of a fine farm. Mr. Geo. A. Haaber, who is employ ed as piataber for the Sellable Bros, hardware oompativ, yesterday made a trip to Pesliasrin, whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 November 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLfI VOLUME 1.---NO. 113. JEWS BAYONETED AND BORNEO ALIVE Grim Slaughter and Awfui Torture at Kishineff Continued for Two Whole Days. 11 BURNED ALIVE Many Jews Were Beaten to Death With Cudgels and Then Drenched With Oil and Burned. ODESSA, Nov. 10.—Authentic ac counts received here from various points in Bessarabia show that thennti Jewish outbreaks there followed the same lines as at Odessa, varying only in the number of victims. At Kishineff the disturbances were preceded by iuflamaory speeches by gendarmes and city officials near gov ernor's house, asserting that the Jews had tr : ed to take the life of a loc?l bißliOi) ai>l intended too loot the treas ury. Toe mot>, thus incited, start ed the bloo Ir work. Attempts at Jsell defense were quelled by the troops. Ninety per cent of the killed and wounded were victims of the bayonet and rifle bullets. The meeting was accompanied by • a'trocitites similar to those at Odessa, and .continued for two days. They s...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 November 1905

The Wenatchee World Publisied Daily Except Sunday by the WORID PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Postofftce at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee. Washington. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, by Mail, In Advance, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, ocr wee*. - .10 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10. 1905 Before trying to set up a republic it might be well for Russia to put in a lew years setting up little red school houses. Richard Mausheld says the world was beautiful until man m«de it ugly. Well, the theater billboards have done their share. Again our relations with Great Eritain have been "cemented" Prince Lonis of Battenburg, having brought over a special consignment of cement for the purpoie. Under the new disability pension law seme millionaires are getting their names on the pension rolls. Rus sell Sage must be sorry now t...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 November 1905

AMERICA'S NATIONAL THEATER TO BE BUILT NEW YORK, Nov. 10 — America's national theatre, lons dreamed of, is to be founded in New York with Hea - rich Courei Int its head. The plans, aims, and general detail 3ot the estab lishment of the theatre, which is tn do tor the drama what the Theatre Franca ise has accomplished in Franc-?, is explained t\v the financier whese patronage of arttstioefforts in Ani"rici has caused his name, to be witii ly known. He has been a commanding factor in this, in the interest of the stave of America. There will lie lobsotiptions aggre gating $3,000,000 lrcm thirty New York mm. prominent in fin-vice, pit rons ol art and stmch supporters of the grand opera at the Metropolitan. An f■ out from 62nd to •>:; rd street, facing on Centr-il Park West will be purobased. Plaus have been ordered for a superb theatre to cost $2,000,000, coutaining an immense foyer, which is to bo decorated by the famous pointers aud saulptnrs and painters of America and Europe, and...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 10 November 1905

and Persona Money to Lean on city and farm ; Souvenir post cards for Wenatchee, property. .Ino. A. Geflatly. I Cashmere and Lake Chelan for sale at Mis. A. J. Salberg and Miss Sal- Keith's, berg, who are were iv the city a couple Messrs. 1 human and Butler propriet or days this veek ou a shopping trip, ors of the " Knew " store are putting left yesterday afternoon fortheii home new signs over their place of business. iv Quincy #1000 to loan for one year on good first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm, first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm. Judge R. S. Steiner is holding court Clyde Kenny, of Cashmere, paid a in Couconully. Yesterday was the visit to Wenatchee yesterday. first day of the term He will bp in Miss Edna MoOormick, who has Wenatchee ..ext. County Attorney been ill for months with rheumatism j ° raaa «P«e*« him here before Thanks of the heart, i« reported worse. giving. While jompiag oat of his wagon in! 1000 doughnuts at 5 cents a the dark, Frank Compton, a well ~oz - nt the Pa...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 November 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 114. WORLD'S CHOICE FOR CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor - - - T. A. DAVIES City Clerk A. A. BOUSQUET City Treasurer - F. D. CASE City Attorney B. J. WILLIAMS Any five of the following men for councilmen meet with the approval of the World; are capable men and if elected, would promote the best interests of the city: C. S. CRIDER J. A. FANSLER F. W. SMITH C. W- REED F. M. SCHEBLE C. A. BOWER JACOB MILLER E. A. NICHOLS U. G. POGUE C. A. HARLIN JOHN. D. DILL H. C. LITTLEFIELD N. I. NEUBAUER GEO. ELLIS, of the Ellis-Forde Co GUY BROWN E. M. FOY W. E. TOMLINSON R. F. HOLM W. A. THOMPSON A. N. CORBIN. In selecting the above men as candi- dites for the offices of major, city iderk, city treasurer and city attorney, tne World has done si only after the in st careful oonsideiation of the re b >?ctive men who are willing to servo the city add consultaton with the prominent citizens of Wenatohee. These men named are all public spirit ed, bruadininded aud enterprisi...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 November 1905

he Wenatchee World is ied Daily Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the 'ostoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial, MBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee, Washingtc-. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 592 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One Year, by Mall, In Advanes, - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail, in Advance, 2.50 Delivered by Carrier, per wean. - .10 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11. 1905 HAVE YOU REGISTERED? Have you registereed ? You onnuot vote at the coming oity election unless yonr name has been placed on the registration books at the oity clerk's office sinoe January t, 1905. The com ing election is of greatest importance. The offices of mayor, city clerk, city treasurer and city attorney are to be filled; five aldermen are to be chosen. It is not only a privilege of which every American citizen should be proud, but it ii his duty to vote, to take a part in the questions which concern himself and those about him. ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 November 1905

and Personal^ Money to Lean on city aud farm property. Jno. A. Gellatiy. City election D«c. ft. Are yon regis tered? Registration books close Tues day . Nov. 14. at 9 p. m. Mis. H. F. Gray, who is managing the Wfuatchee hotel is slightly ill. Will Miulke, who has just recovered I from an attack of typhoid fever, has accepted a position iv the Ye»ter candy store. Mr. and Mrs. Standfer aud Mrs. Bruce, of Southiide, drove into the city today on their fortuigtly shopping toar. Mr. C. E. Hnrst who has been visit mgt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L°e for the past few days, left ou the noou train for her home in Port land. Mrs. J. H. Qrigg entertained 20 of her friends at her home yesterday afternoon. Th 3W. C. T. U. library is being well patronized. The ladies of the ' oragnizdtion are considering installing a circulating library ii a short, time. $1000 to loan for one year on good first mortgage. Bousquet & Holm. Mr. J. Coburn. instructor in phys ical geography at the high school, ...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 11 November 1905

Wenatchee Department Store Griggs Block - N. I. NEUBAUER - Griggs Block VALUABLE PREMIUM COUPONS WITH EVERY PURCHASE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS ROOM MAKING SALE! Two Carloads of Xmas Goods enroute and in storage, consisting of Imported China, Havilan ware, Statuary, bric-a-brac, Toys and Novelty Goods. Impossible to dis play them until we have more room. Carpenters and plasterers are now at work on our new room, 24x70, second floor, for the display of the above-mentioned goods. This will not give us half the room for display needed, and in order to make room on the main floor we are going to slaughter goods at prices never heard of before regardless of cost, regardless of value. Don't miss the chance 5 as you may never again have the opportunity to secure up-to-date and new merchandise at prices in many cases less than the raw material. This sale will only last six days-- COMMENCES MONDAY, NOV. 13th, at 7 o'clock A. M., CLOSES SATURDAY, NOV. 18th, at 10 o'clock P. M. Remember Premium Coupon...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 13 November 1905

WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD VOLUME I.—NO. 115. SELKIRK SINKS AT TRAMWAY The steamer Selkirk, operating as a freighter between this port and Brew ster, sank at her dock at Tramway, a wheat station lour miles-up the river at 4:30 o'clock >esterday morning. The boat was tied up for tbe night and nil 0:1 board were asleep when the accident occurred. Tbe boat sank In ihallow water and fthe crew escappd. Tbe damage was slight and was confin ed to that done the cargo. As soon ns the news of the accident reached Wenatchee the North Star was sent to tbe assistance of the disabiea vessl and brought down her cargo. At present it is not known how the accident occurred. Mr. E. A. Morck, secretary of the company believes that the boat may have been tied over a sharp rock and tbe weight of tbe cargo may have forced a hole through the bottom of the vessel. Another rbeory offered is tbat the heavy load forced the dry seam? of the hnllnnder water allowing enongb water to run iv to sink her. Mr. T. A. Da...

Publication Title: Wenatchee Daily World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wenatchee daily world. — 13 November 1905

The Wenatchee World Published Daily Except Sunday by the WORLD PUBLISHING CO.. PROP. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Wenatchee, Washington. Main office--Business and Editorial. COLUMBIA VALLEY BANK BUILDING Wenatchee. Washington. Farmers Phone 234 Society Editor Phone--Farmers 582 On* Year, by Mall, In Advance. - $5.00 Six Months, by Mail. In Advance, 2.60 Delivered by Carrlar, ear weak. • .10 MONDAY NOVEMBER 13. 1905 WORLD'S CHOICE FOR CITY OFFICIALS. Mayer - - - T. A. DAVIES City Clerk A. A. BOUSQUET City Treasurer - F. D. CASE City Attorney B. J. WILLIAMS Any five of the following men for councilmen meet with the approval of the World; are capable men and if elected, would promote the best interests of the city: C S. CRIDER J. A. FANSLER F. W. SMITH C W- REED F. M. SCHEBLE C A. BOWER JACOB MILLER E. A. NICHOLS U. G. POGUE C. A. HARLIN JOHN. D. DILL H. C. LITTLEFIELD N. I. NEUBAUER GEO. ELLIS, of the Ellis-FordeCo GUY BROWN E. M. FOY W. E. TOMLINSON R. F. HOLM ...

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