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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

Saturday. SRpt 14. A. E. Eaton will return from his trip to Boston and vicinity Monday. Dr. Ernest (rutuher has received nOews of the serious illnes)of his m0other. Mrs. J. W. Porter and children of Great Falls, are visiting Mrs. Healy and MIrs. Hull this week. Sun River Sun. Lee Dennis and Charles J. Jones of Belt have each iseued a challenge to run Lee Tutt of Great Falls 50 or 100 yards for $100 to $250. Mrs. F. B. Wilcox and eon will return in about ten days from Minneapolis, where they have been visiting for the past three months. In the suit of Bach, Cory & Co. vs. W. V. and Juno Talbott, judgnflnt by default for $125.112 was entered in the district court yestrilay. During the past week seven care of ore have been shipped from Neihart, the Broadwater enipping live and the Flor ence and Benton one each. E. S. Gile ;nd wife d(o14 io C. V. Nor mross, for '4 consider I l'tun of 40 105, lot 11, bl)0ckJ,"F'oulrth s4t114 :bilition to U1,h towneito of North I(relit lells. Miss Ber...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

VESSEL__ON FIRE Flames on the Steamer lona Burn to Death Six I'assengcrs and the Stewardees. WOMEN AND CHILDREN PERISH Alleged that th Male Passengers Acted in a Cowardly Manner Scene of Horror. Lo oox, Sept. 16.-Fire broke out on the steamer lona from Edinburg to London. The flames spread with so much rapidity that before aid reached the vessel six passengers and the stew ardessof the Iona were burned to death. The fire was put out after a four hours'. struggle. The tire broke out when the lona was off Clackton, in the fore part of the vessel. The passengers were aroused and it was supposed that all escaped from the burning cabin. While the crew were lighting the flames the soldiers on board assisted in lowering the boats and supplying th.e passengere with life belts. There was no wind and the sea was perfectly smooth. There was, however, some excitement and cia fusion emong the passengers when it was discovered that some women and children were missing. The stewardess re-entered t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

HE PAST WEEK IN SOCIEJY retty Wedding at Fort Benton Wed-. nesday Evening Sept. 11, of Miss Turner and Mr. Huse. pjoyable Reception Given By Mrs. Downing and Mrs. Dunn Friday Afternoon Special correspondence of TaE TeRI- I ',j; from Fort Benton save: One of the rettiest weddings ever witnessed in ort Benton was that of Miss Fay Ahline urner and Mr. J. Ward Huse at St. I aul's Episcopal church Wednesday ý vening, Sept. 11. The church was beautifully decorated or the occasion, one of the most hand me and appropriate features being a arge floral wedding bell of sweet peas uspended over the chancel. The church as filled with an assembly of the umerous friends of the contracting par ies and exactly at 8:30 o'clock the Lo engrin "Wedding March," skillfully layed by Mr. John C. Sullivan, an ounced the arrival of the wedding arty. The four ushers, Messrs. C F. Morris, . F. Knox, Roy Clary and Oscar Wack rlin, advanced up the aisle, followed by he bridesmaids, Miss Olive Turner, the ister of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 September 1895

MET WITH A BAD ACCIDENT Pat McCann, a Well-Known Rancher of Ming Coulee, Thrown from His Wagon Tuesday. By a Runaway Toam-It Is Feared that His Injuries Are Serious. From Wednesday's Daily. Last night about 8:30 o'clock a run away accident occurred on Fourth ave nue south, between Seventh and Eighth streets, which resulted in seriously in juring Pat McCann, a well-known rancher of Ming coulee. Mr. McCann had been in the city on business and had started for home when his horses in some way became frightened and he was violently thrown from his wagon, strik ing the ground so hard that it was feared last night by those who found him that his spine was iljured. lIf was taken to the Columtus hospital and Dr. Liego way sunonioned. The physician declined to express an opinion on the extent and character of his injuries till today, but as he appour 'A to be partially paralyzed last night it is feared that tile injuries may be of a serious character. On the other hand the prysician eait that...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

GREAT FALLS EKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. FRi )A V , SEPTEMBER 27, 1895. NUMBER 20 N O Old Stock NO .e in this store; everything sold by us is made this season. With a store full of good cloth ing, shoes, hats and furnishing goods for man or boy, the thing best worth telling about is our $8, $10, $12 and $15 SUITS They ar-° excellent, stylish suits; Worsted, Serge, Cheviot and Mel tons. Come in today, pick out your suit, let us alter it it neceusary; then buy it when you wi ot it. No bother and uncertainty when you are in a hurry. Fedora Hate, :1."-,to 00. Negligee Shirts with ti s. Pr to i 1.50. (Good Underwear, 35c, 51c. L d better if you want them. Shoes, 1.,M; better once : - lsrge stock of them. ..iYM. Kaufman... 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. SPECIAL SALE ...OF... S. SWEATRS..I Twenty dozen All-Wool heavy Sweaters just received for $1.50 They are pure wool and honest worth S2.5O. The Sw :at r, li'c the "net wonman" la5 com to stay. Noth inl. can a placc it for outdoor we...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

GAVE HIMSELF UP Morgan Jones Surrenders to a Melrose Constable, Stating That He Shot a Man. THE VICTIM IS STILL LIVING Jones Says Joe linneanit Called Hiim a Liar and Threatened to Strike Him. lipeciml to The Tribune. BUTrTE, Mont., Sept. 20.-Constable Cheater of Melrose arrived in Butte to day with a man named Morgan Jonee, who delivered himself up to the con stable at Melrose last night and stated that he had shot a man named Joseph liuneault at Camp Creek yesterday. Jones is a yourg man who formerly worked around Blutte. lie has been em ployed as a miner since last spring by John leottege, who is sinking a shaft on the 'Twin line lode for F. A. llein'e, Joe Iluneault is one of the shift boesse at that mine and is also the engineer. ite is about a2 years of age and it well known in lutte, having blen en. loyeti for a long ti urn as 1ngineer at the Ilarus while that property was operated by 8. Ilirbowe. Jonus we ri-on at the county jail by the corre-pondi hut of 'Ti. TI, : I Si. I ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

THE WATER QUESTION AGAIN Is a Mubject of Discusslon by the City Council-M. S. Parker Will Investigate And Report on the Condition and Capacity of the Plant-Aid. Fitagerald's Plan. The city council met again Monday pursuant to adjournment and took an other step in the matter of acquiring the water work. for the city. As soon as the roll call disclosed all the councilmen to be present and the session opened, Alder man Young presented the following reso lution: "Resolved, That Mr. M. S. Parker be appointed by the city council as engin eer to report on the construction, mater ial and general condition of the water works of this city at as early a date as possible, and that his remuneration shail not exceed $200. Further, That on the submission of his report to the mayor, a meeting of the council be called, until which time we adjourn subject to the call of the mayor." Aid. Dunn said he would he better satiesled if some engineer from outsido the city should be appointed, and moved as an ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. W KELY. One peer.3.. .8.00 t~ne year.6.....1.50 l~smonths...,. 4.00 Six months.....1.00 One month.... .75 Three months.... 70 One week ......... .2h Single copy......0 Uanless paid In advance the daily will invari ably be 71 51 cpto pr month, and the weekly $2 per poner sI for iIs thnnix and 20 cents per Advertising rates furnished on application. Tax iiT'tsea leavse all compel itore far be hind in cirenioation. Advertisers mop have so cees to ito books at any time, Suobscribers desiring their address changed must send their foremer address ae welU as the new addrses; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. TIlE CAPITOL SITE. The capitol site question is not yet settled. A woman in South Dakota tel egraphs the attorney general that she is the owner of a large share of the site and will not sign the deed conveying it to the state unless she receives a "quid pro quo." Whether her claim be just or not it for the time bein...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEE Saturday. Sept 21. Judge Dudley DuBose of Fort Benton was in the city yesterday. One vote today may close the public schools until next September. Albert Campbell, a machinist in the employ of the Great Northern, has gone to 8%. Paul for a three weeks' visit. Mrs. S. B. Foreter returned yesterday from Marysville and Helena, where she visited the state fair and many friends. W. D. Deaton of Lewistown will ship 400, and Cappesn & Peters of St. Paul 200 steers from Fort Benton Sept. 29. Postmaster T. A. Gillespie of Sand Coulee has ordered seventy additional lock-boxes for the postollice at that place. John Anderech left this morning on a business trip and to visit relatives and friends In Minneapolis. Hle will be ab sent several weeks. During the last week six care of ore have been shipped from Neihart, the Broadwater shipping four and the Flor. ence and Benton one each. The city council of Neihart has appro. priated $50 toward the expenses of the Neihart delegati...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

NE WS OF BUTTE Captain Palmer Resigns His Position With the Butte and Boston and Will Be SUCCEEDED BY CAPT. COUCH Miorgan Jones Arrested for Murdering Hnneault-Postmaster Sutherland Had Saved Some Money. Special to The Tribune. BurrE, Sept. 23.--From a reliable source it is learned today that Capt. Charles H. Palmer, who has been gen eral manager of the Butte & Boston cromrpany since its organization, has re signed his position. The resignation will take effect on October 1. After that late ('apt. Thomas Couch will have charge of the Butte & Boston mines and smelters. as well is those of the Boston & Montaia and of the Merced company's operations in Mariposa county. Califor nia. Capt. Palmer will retain his hold ings in the Buttt' & lasion and will probably serve on the directory, and will also ioltinue his identilication with other mining prote rties in the district in which he is now interested. He ri signs only to 'njoy a much-needed rest after mniny years of resp...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

ATER W1ORK cussed Once More by the Cit; Council-A Red*Hot Roast from Mayor Webster. 0 MUCH SLANDEROUS TALI e Condition of the Plant Is to Bi Examined by an Expert Hy-. draulic Engineer. The city council met Saturday in ape. at session to consider the water ques n, the mayor presiding, and all tho at. riuen being present. The clerk read o following communication to the unil: the Honorable the City Council of the City of Great Falls: GENTLEMEN- With reference to the rchase of the water works by the city bog leave to submit the following coi. unication: Setting aside all action pertaining to is subject prior to the advent of this ministration, the potent fact is that were placed in power by the people on the issue that we should favor city nership of the water works. 'ursuant to the supposed will of the pie this council duly served upon the ter company notice of the city's desire purchase; and to that end requcetei t a price be placed upon the plant by company. \ price was named which ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 September 1895

CUT THROAT GANG Democrats of New York Split Into Factions of Every Hue and Creed. EACH BACK-YARD BOYCOTTED By Members of Factions to Which It Does Not Belong-Fair child Hissed. SYa tccse, N. V., Sept. 25.-The state democracy suet at P:45, and Everett Wheeler offered a resolution claiming that they are entitled as loyal democrats to full recognition in the party, and that they should not accept the offer of the convention. This was adopted unani mously and a conotittee was appointed to go before th.t convention refusing the representation given them. Ex-Sec. Fair child, who presided. indorsed this action. The delay in openi gtheconveetion was cause bylv aconference for the purpose of try ing to pertii dl John loyd Thaelu r of .1hII in, Mii is personally friencltl , iDot cortidns of the party, to accept th,.' it tintiti for the comptiol lr bil . TIwler refused itbSOlutely at first, i ni 1o 1 legan ; a ries of argt nietll by the lell ers 1 o im in sit to fall into ine. It i al i 11- ic...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

Mgot I GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 4, 1895. . NUMBER 21 V Old Stock his store; everything sold by us is made this season. ith a store full of good cloth shoes, hats and furnishing ds for man or boy, the thing t worth telling about is our $8, $10, $12 and $15 SUITS ey ar excellent, stylish suits; rsted, Serge, Cheviot and Mel s. ome in today, pick out your t, let us alter it if necessary; n buy it when you want it. No her and uncertainty when you in a hurry. edora Hats, $1.25 to $300. egligee Shirts with ties, 75c to 11.50. ood Underwear, 35e, 50c, 7oe and ter if you want them. hoes, 61.50; better ones 87 71; large k of them. .M. Kaufmanll.. 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. ERIOUS CHARGE uple of Well Known Great Falls Butchers Arrested For Stealing Cattle. IUR MEN ARE IMPLICATED licials ('laim That They llrave a Positive ('Cae Ag..inst the Acu.i isedl. For some time past several of the ttle men in the vicinity of (Irt'at Falls ve had 'n idea 'ihat ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

THE SAME TRACK Was Not Quite Large Enough for Two Trains Which Were Moving in THE SAME DIRECTION ON IT A Number of Passengers Injured, Some Seriously-An Engineer Was To Blame. GRAFTON, W. Va., Sept. 27.--ast night about 11 o'clock a serious accident occurred at Tunnelton, a Baltimore and Ohio railroad station, twelve miles east of this place. Trains are required to slow up at either end of the tunnel and await a signal before passing on to the single track. Train No. 1, westward bound, approached the station while the first section of No. 4, east-bound, was at the platform, taking on passengers. The engineer claims to have mistaken the signal and, without stopping, to use a railroad term, "sidewiped" No. 4, over turning two passenger coachee and strik ing the sleeping car in front. The steam cocks of the colliding engine were knocked off and a number of passengers were injured, some seriously. Following are the most seriously injured: William lReese of Salina, Kan., right knee bruis...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

TRESTLE BURNED A Big Independent Tru:m Il idIg on Northern Paciflc- Near liome. stake, Destroyed. ORIGIN OF THE FIRE UNKNOWN Through Trains Temporarily lulnning via Garrison- -Freight Engineer Inijured. Special to the T'ribt',o. t1'3Iri- :, Sept. :t(. The Nrth lirn Pa cific railroadl tit with cilther ;-'v eral .loss yesterday illriu t in the I, rning of tre.tei No. L.81, ar Itn.estitc .. The trestle wats etlc'r ilI 'iet in a.gilh and was one ef the h',: :t'tc lcccI t tius bI pelndent It en lridc'll s o' I. hI- wv ole sit ti . tecit ll 0 11(c ii \V iii Y ' ', I , t - i I tl, t li'lictil f . ¶ITlhe fire was ein lsuc'-,t-- .I - cIlnt , c,,, n ieg by it rnii ' wi r -h - c.te l i l l ,ice splhin, e, dinrr i,,ll cal ba lh ,.it," ;I pur il lsille li l eft r c .c l 1.t , i,,ci tlt' W,-i t ictuniti i cf i' ; i ' , '' ,,, t! h I Lii a l: flaggc'ed. T'Ihl i , i ci , i l'ic i ntl, y stti t ei'l illt, I ta l t.c -- ,,, f c r l ,. trestle, but whel her ,., I ,, iur,.= diary cor hy p r''l,' s frn-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WELVY. One year ..........5O00 Inse year..........$1..0 ifmnnth ........ . n nthe....... 1. Oner,, no ..........5 Thremonths..... .75 One wk ......... 15 singloecopy....... . 05 Untis paid in advwnce the dally will Inlsri ebly h". 75 cets e .,r tnonth. end thn wea.ly $2 per y(tr, $1 for lx maouth, an d 20 toente p.r month fir lono thalln i x nloths. Advertielug rates tu iehoe.d on atiplih ation. 1i)1P TIltilUNe e, a ,.I l ,i.i m i ,ntite ftar hi. hind in, cinulation. Ai vrtinlrs Ihly liave ac. tess to its hok at ) a inly n, Snbertrllirs d,,liring their aIddrne tihaneni atenet ntrit thnir frtrior addrisrstn welt aC thiu luew addrtes, :hi ,h tbnld bHin rnemb,.red. iHE "LI:li\UNE. Gr-.at 1'0llt,. ?ont. "S'hlial l'uha Bl , r' I W ''"is tl titln oI., a ptititi that is now Ibt intg irculatetl all , ,r the United States, atl whit'h ill be presntoI t to con greligi wthen it assenmhbl,.rs. 'fie petoition is ni ,lo rato iu tu,ne inl itly .i.ks tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

datt y. Sept 2S . Frank Johnson of Great Falls and Nora Butler of Sprague, Wash., were yee',4rday licensed to wed George Monger of Millegan and Annie ourgland of l'rt Logan were granted a marriage license yesterday. Clerk Cockrill yesterday issued a nlrar riage license to Mat Baranon and Kusa Auula, botb of Sand Coulee. In the suit of Chas. Edick ve. E. II, Nash, judgment by default for 8167.88 was entered in tihe district court yester day. Il. W. Millard and wife dloid to An drew Karaffa lot 19, block 7, First ad dlition to the tow nite of Belt; considur ation, $123. Robert Fischer has sold to William J1. Johnson, for a coneileration of $.30~t, the stock and fixtures in 11;5 I'irrst ravonn north and a horse and wagon. Judge lBenton yesterday granetd Lenam Rlandell a divorcr from I iluiwrii I.r . 1Iun dell on the ground of desert.iirn anll tax od the cos)ts, 1'.5, to tire cufrndlaint. During the past week iii care if ,re fron Niillart ar.riv. in V i r:i a F ll , the Blroadwatir shli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

MEETS DEATH IN THE FLAMES Marshall Nevils Perishes in a Sunday Morning Fire Which Destroys the Eclipse Stables. The Unfortunate Victim Was Sleeping in the Haynmow-Probably Suf'o cated-Body Recovered. Twenty-Three HIorses Burned to Death -Cascade Hotel Gutted--Orig in of Fire Unknown. At I o'clock Sunday morningui a gen eral ;iiarm 11 suuoned thei entire city tire dpal)rtmcntt It t'i building on the soutlhw1,t I orlllr of lFirt avenlue sutlli tnd Fourth I stiIret, ci tcupicd by the -c] ip l -t' l es. TI ,.ntire strut urle, witch tas in tir' ,rtitt. 'tltS Ii tiL SS tof 11lh s, ]the Jirm hu 1,tin in a ft.luh front thr rear of o ]Th., iat rt it, \a, -I l the ill t ;h1o t ']il1,1 :t1ti , ",,n11 hmI Six s. nt' is 11 ;"- +n the rtlmns. \ tit ;t t ,t,- ils,-i ale t. ibtd.l m a ti i,,,. " ,m t,,1 i + ,: ,. \a ;. , l e -hri n kin, i '1 atit: i tnd rr , !l r-in" fromt oI~ an1 , the sial,,, I ,e i ,s ' ,+thtq tiu l i. al Sthou h lt h ir <ri m . re ut kitl silhal l, 1 e . t cl , !, 1 atl s .a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

MR, GAY'S BILL FOR EXTRAS It Caused Considerable Discussion in the School Board Meeting Last Evening. pupils Must Be Vaccinated-Coal Con tracts Awarded-Other Busi ness Transacted. The'school board hold a special ses- F sion Saturday night all members being present with the exception* of Trustee Hanks. The reading of the minutes of b the previous meeting was dispensed e with. Supt. Largent stated that he had found it necessary to place Miss Con ner's room in the Whittier building on half day sessions on account of the lack of room. The superintendent desired to know if the schools were to close for one-half day during the fair. Accord ing to a rule adopted by the board 98 per cent of the pupils were entitled to a half-holiday. lte was anxious that the new school building in the Ilston & Montana smelter district Ie mad(l ready for occupancy. It was decided that the scholars be given a half-holiday and that those rooms entitled to it be given a whole day during the progress of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 October 1895

THE FIRST DAY OF THE FAIR ]leaven Smiles on the Fair and Sends Splendid Weather-About 1,000 People Present. Dr. Carver's Slhooting Creates a Sen sation-The Exhibits Now In Good Shape. The Cascade county fair opened Tues day most auspiciously. A more perfect day could hardly have been desired. The san shone brightly all day long and it was just warm enough to be pleasant. The exhibitors thronged the grounds during the forenoon, getting their ex hibits entered and put in order. It was afternoon before many visitors arrived, but after dinner they began to arrive on the grounds, and before 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the hour tixed for Dr. Carver's shooting exhibition, about 1,C00 paid ad mission tickets had been sold at the box ofile. Everything about the fair is now, how ever, in good shape an 1 today will be one of the best days to s~e the fair. The vegetable displays will be all in today and will be at their freshest and best. and those interested in this department would do well to...

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