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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 January 1917

•A: •3 TH08SDAY, JAM: 11,1»17. Cold Wave Is Moving Eastward Winnipeg Reported 26 BelbW Last Night—Lowest in Bismarck Was *10 Degrees Snow flurries tonight with warmer in the east and colder in the extreme west portions of the state is the fore­ cast from the government weatherbu­ reau today. Bis­ marck has ex­ perienced some extreme weather wc9ndUions since vlaSt Tuesday af­ ternoon when the. official read­ ing was '45 de­ grees ajb o|v e. Last night the mercury dropped to 10 below, the coldest for the night. The. cold wave which was over North Dakota yesterday has moved eastward and is most severe over Min­ nesota this afternoon. The northwest­ ern low pressure area has advanced to Saskatchewan and has caused moder­ ation in temperature in Montana and western North Dakota. The further southeastward move­ ment of this disturbance will result in partly cloudy weather tonight and Fri­ day with the possibility of snow flur­ ries tonight. Winnipeg was the coldest point on the weather ma...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 January 1917

', Vr »-vn' •. Tora #i I I ,1, ij |ui .5-"* ri! f' i:i' 'V It-' $8* Jp»V *T&v f£ THE TRIBUNE ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION NT RA ADTA LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at Liquor dealers will hesitate in vio­ lating federal statutes. The decision does not prevent shipment of liquor for personal use. It means however, that manufacturers of .-of goods will scrutinize their orders from dry states more carefully in the future. There may be leaks in Washington, .typl^ere,, .aijf, .^rn" few ^aks. from Wallstreet. WHAT TO EAT. Tlhat we may eat too much and st'll not be fed enough is one of the truths which confuse a man when he lirst takes an interest in his diet. Ordinarily woman sets the table and man takes what is placed before him without comment, other than ap­ proval. But since food prices are now at their highest in 50 years, econ­ omy is an affair of co-operation for the whole family and the stiriv of diet becomes an individual duty. I'very man who di...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 January 1917

THURSDAY, JAM. 11, 1917. t^ar?8 °n younger set. Goes to California. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. DePuy of James­ town have gone, to California, where they will spend 'the remainder of the winter. Dr. and Mrs. DePuy contem­ plated a trip to Honolulu, but have postponed it on account of their in­ ability to secure reservations from the steamship lines. Club Elects Officers. At the annual meetiuft of the Fargo Woman's club, last week. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin was elected president, and Mrs. C. A. Pollock ftrat vice pres­ ident. Mrs. B. J. Weiser was elected second vice president, Mrs. James Ay len recording secretary, Mrs. J. F. Dudley corresponding secretary Mrs. E .G. Clapp treasurer. Sleighing Party. 'Members of the Christian Endeavor society of the Presbyterian church will enjoy a sleighing party this even- "The Happy Way to Health' through mountains of pills or rivers of dope. It is through proper selection of food, pure air and rational exercise. If you have health you can keep it by eating Shre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 January 1917

mmmm&mimm iW I**'? PUT HEK IN TK'MFE- ^0%, SAFE KEEPING- AH' 5tN££_ LET tTOUT IT SEEM5 HIT WOBBLY iNTL 0Aur» Mb —. aren't needed, but he also lias lots of guff which is essential, Chicago beauty doctors make Bat .Nelson's face even worse than it was. Didn't think even a beauty doctor could do that. That ought to encourage the docs. They might take a shot at Kid Broad. We'll hand it to Les Darcy for fall­ ing for American methods. In two days he found a soft spot to light and challenged A1 McCoy. By this time the guys who have kept New Year resolutions are about a poor Future of Amateur Baseball To Be Decided at Meeting By PAUL PURMAN. The future of amateur baseball, as a nationally organized sport will be decided at a meeting of delegates of a score of cities at Toledo, O., January 19. There are a number of important questions to be discussed at this meet­ ing, which will decide whether the association is to represent amateur or semi-pro ball and whether the name, "National Fede...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 January 1917

1 ,• if t' tbcwpay, mii. xi. m7 No 4kdMipl«A7 **T. 'isSIWirWr1' iSfeeii Mipiit 49|lr-ainiwn lltfri* mem iWMi&iir tottar addrMied to be Tribune: l-'J-tf YOUNG MEN—For locomotive, fire" men. Experience unnecessary. 1-8-7-t WANTED—Boy or girl to work in the kitchen. Homah's cafe. i.6-6t WANTEQ-^-Man with references, be­ tween 28 and 40 years of age to work fer tile year, who can do work around hotel, handle horses and mitt cbtorg a home for the riglit man boozers need not apply. $35. a month. A. D. Hitt, Hotel Wilton, Wiltoq, N..-D. ., 1-6-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED— Girls for store work and bean packers. Will Feed Store. i-10-6t WANTED—Womansolici tor for news­ paper canvassing. H, Tribune. _v, i-9-tf WANTED—Housekeeper steady em ploy men good wages. «are Tribune. $ $ ®$ BOOMB WANTED WANTED—Hoom, board, care, for two girls, 14 and 15 years old. •Must be in good faniily and close to schools. Write 61, care Tribune. l-9-3t BORDERS WANTED WANTED—Roomers and boarders, at £08 Thayer ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 January 1917

iir. I&' I ,r 5? ff* & Wj'iiin Hniii STARKWEATHER IIIRDER CASE WILL BE TRIED Judge J. M. Hanley Grants Ap­ plication of Prosecution for a Change of Venue (Special to The Tribune) Mandan, N. D., Jan. 11.—An Affidavit for a change of venue in the second trial of William Starkweather, alleged Mercer county murdered, was filed yesterday morning with Judge Hanley of the district court, who ordered that the case be transferred to Mott, Het­ tinger county. The application for a chango was filed by H. L. Berry, of Stanton, as­ sistant states attorney of Mercer coun­ ty, and S. L. Nuchols, assistant prose­ cutor, who served at the recent trial. GRAND JURY TO INVESTIGATE «LUT TILTING IN l'OLK COUNTY Crookston, Minn., Jan. 11.—Investi­ gations of rumors of "lid" tilting throughout the county has been start­ ed by the grand jury, which convened here yesterday. It is alleged that a number of soft drink emporiums are violating the liquor option law. JUDGE A. A. BRUCE DELIVERS TWO ADDRESSE...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

The Weather Snow, Continued Cold. EQUITY MEET Big Convention in Fargo To Take Majority of Members Away Next Week BUDGET BOARD REPORT WILL BE IN TUESDAY Committee Has Facts in Hand but Has Not Completed Com­ pilation of Data REACH MATTER TODAY. A. C. Townley, president of the Non-partisan league, announced that the league's bill for consti­ tutional revision would be submit ted to the house late this after. noon. The house recessed at 3:30 and it was expected upon reconvening the constitutional matter would be introduced. The Nonpartisan league caucus will take no action on woman suf­ frage, Sabbath breaking laws, or prohibition measures, it ras been decided, according to rumors. The fact that numerous caucus members are bitterly opposed to suffrage and prohibition meas­ ures, on one hand, the report says, and that another group just as insistent upon stringent Sun­ day laws, also exists in the mem­ bership, is said to be responsible for the decision. It is stated that leaders of the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

m- & mm\ 11 S*/# 'V rH: jf j": p'-, s# V"\ irwo Favors Making It Difficult but Not Impossible To Get Drink 1 jn North Dakota TO ASK AFFIDAVIT OF IMPORTERS OF LIQUOR The North Dakota Law Knfoivement league is strong on enforcement, but it does not favor a bill which is to be introduced at the present session in an effort to make North Dakota "bone dry." The league, through one of its officials,stated today that it believes North Dakota's temperance education has not proceeded to a point where the state will appreciate or tolerate com­ plete aridity. Ask For Official. The league is maintaining a strong lobby at the capital in the hope of putting through a bill similar to one introduced two years, ago, providing for the appointment of a law enforce­ ment official, or detective at large, who shall be salaried by the state and whose acts will have the official sanc­ tion of the attorney general. This official wolud take the place of the pri­ vate sleuths now engaged by the league. On...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

I [,| It FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917. Per dozen K0% 7 »rt to Brown Bros. 63—PHONES—56 Like Em, No. 2 1-2 SlicedPeaches, regular 25c value special .. 20c Per dozen $2.25 Like Em Queen Gage Plums, regular 25c value, Special per can 20o .Like Em Grapes regular 25c value, special per can .... 20c Per dozen $235 Like Em Pears No. 2 1-2 size, regular 25c value, specal per can 23c Per dozen $2 60 Stonewall Apricots, regular 25c value, special per can ..... 23c Per dozen $2160 Stonewall Sliced Hawiian Pineapple, 2 1-2 pound size, regular price 23c, special price 20c PeJ dozen !. $2.25 Pufe Comb Honey, per comb 20c Noco Oats, large package 20c Full line of Kraft Cheese in cans and jars. PICKLES German Dills Sweet Mixed Straight Sweets Bulk Olives Full liiie of fresh vegetables and fruits. PURE HIGH TEST SWEET CREAM Sons of Norway Reception. The Sons of Norway' have complet­ ed plans for ail informal reception this evening in the Knights of Pythias hall when all Norsemen of thfe city, resi­ dent...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

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Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917. SOCIETY Musical Club Arranging for a Tea Thursday At a meeting of the Thursday Mu­ sical club yesterday afternoon with Mrs. W. A. Stickley at her home in Second street, prliminary arrange­ ments were made for a tea, which the club will hold next Thursday after­ noon. A special meeting will be held JMonday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in the home of the president, Mrs. John lira ham, in Sixth street, to complete ar­ rangements. The meeting yesterday was very well attended and a most, interesting program of Wagner music was presented. .Mrs. II. F, O'l.lare was the leader. Mrs. Stickley gave a most instructive and interesting re­ view of "Lohengrin" and iMrs, Gra­ ham and Mrs. W. V. Kiebert sang 'El sa's Dream and the llridal Chorus from this work of the noted com­ poser. Miss Doris iFisk read a paper on the "Life of Wagner," which in­ cluded some of the most interesting members to participate in the pro points in his life and career. Other members to participate ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

:rr. I tl* •re ''4 f! .' '. P'-vf' I If. II'f I SIX Jphn S I I :r' r,. ti 'i pT ,* CTAAD THE CUB SvUUr REPORTER OFFICIALS STOP TALK OF Good Weather Usually on Tap for Opening Dates, Says Governor J. K. Tenor Now York, Jan. 12.—There is one mighty good reason why arguments in favor of shortening National league schedules or starting tlieni later, never got serious consideration at meetings ot" the older major league. Governor John K. Tenor is the rea­ son and his explanations always put a quietus on talk of that sort. Toner fig­ ured it out last summer when the Bos­ ton Braves were having such a hard time with at-home dates. Early in the spring a yean ago I lie Braves had good weather at home and so did other National league clubs in the east. Hut later it began to. rain, was cold, and everything seemed to conspire against baseball. The result was that although the Braves were in the race right along they had one of the poorest years in their history. Governor Tenor observed that gto...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

wr-Arrtr^.. ^FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917. rm HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Man and wife, Phone 51. WANTED—Solicitor work. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—A girl for general house work, at once. Phone 4&9L. Mr9, F. Holmboe. Ml-6t WANTE D—Woman solicitor for news paper 'canvassing. H, Tribune. l-9-tf WANTED—Housekeeper steady ein ployment good wages. Write 59 care Tribune. l-6-6t WANTED—Girl for general house work phone 657 or call at 50) Man' dan Ave. 12-30-6t WANTED—A cook at Hotel Colehar bor, N. Dak. 12-14-lmo $ F. E. YOUNG. 8 For Sale—There are many splen- S ^, did bargfttya on -my, big list of 'arm larttts If looking for reaj,"" ^^'i»y^tD|*($»$ /you atteht to-ii$L ''v .vestigatfe-what Ihave to offer 4' :^®^^fore buy|ng.:^?^vi'i-:-.' ijfer' ffale—There arip no Cheaper ^"Ibjfcfor the money In Bismarck #. ^•tUAijfthose 'I®' Hl*erview Addi- 3 '$' tion at from |300.00 to $600.00. ry *s S» $ 8 ROOMS FOR RENT FOR iRENT—Furnished rooms, with board 515 1-2 Fourth St. l-U-3t FOR RENT—Room with moder...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 January 1917

?ilu? h\ JL-J &• I I •i -ic*' ih I it' I V? "•V host la#'! &• DATES FOR NEXT SHORTINRK SALE ARE Al To Be Held in Chicago January 30 and 31—Stock from Hill Farm To Be Sold One of those Shorthorn sales which will attract more than usual attention is one that will be held at Chicago, 111., on January 30 and 31. This sale will comprise a consignment of twenty head from the herd of James Brown, Dundee, 111., and a dispersion of the entire herd owned by W. J. Hill of Northcote, Minn. The Brown offering will consist of young bulls and fe­ males, most of which will be in some way related to his champion sire, King Secret. Since the death of James J. Hill, his son. W. J. Hill, has found it necessary to relinquish the farm at Northcote, Minn., and so will disperse his entire herd which he has been carefully collecting for the past few years. These cattle need no introduc­ tion to the people of Minnesota, North fend South Dakota and Montana, where for the last two years they have been ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

W-' •ifi |Thc Weather Unsettled. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR,NO.<p></p>IXTRA END W Decision Is Made After Confer­ ence With Confidential Ad­ viser House GERMANY TO PROTECT NEUTRAL RIGHTS Probability of Teutons Resuming Unrestricted Subsea War* fare (United Press.) Washington, Jan. 13.—The next peace move that the United States will make is today in the process of formation. Following .a conference with his cabinet, following the receipt of the Entente Allies' reply to his peace sug­ gestions, and a long talk with Col. E. M. House, confidential adviser of President Wilson, the president today began the laying of ground work for further negotiations. These, it is said will necessarily be held confidential for some time. Want Co-operation. For the opening communications, it is realized that it will be necessary to gain the co-operation of neutral nations. Then it is sought to gain some common ground for neutralizing the Entente Allies' demands and thu Teutonic concessions. In the m...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

It Ife r' 4i#W\V:?Mbt: & Bismarck's Newest: Hotel Bisniarck, N. $1.00 per day aad upwards. Strictly Fireproof Telephone, and lint and cold water in uvery room. First class cafe service in con­ nection. Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains D. J. MoGiUis J. 0. Wallade- Wind Gives Cold WaVe Sharp Edge '1 Temperature 17 Degrees Made Morning Seem Coldest of Year in Bismarck NOT QUITE SO COLD, WASHINGTON PREDICTIONS. Washington, Jan. 13.—Weather predictions for the week beginning Sunday, issued by the weather bu­ reau today, are: Plains states and upper and mid­ dle Mississippi valley: fair and cold first part of week, moderat­ ing and becoming unsettled, with probably snow Wednesday and Thursday, followed with fair weather to end of week. cutting edge, making the temperature fell more than the 42-below made one morning during Christmas week. Prince Albert was the coldest point on the weather map at 8 o'clock this morning, reporting 42 degrees below Williston reported -22 St. Paul -12 Swift...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

.-*.*•'. f»." .' -S .• *.% A"-* 'V:- •j? %y ».». '.'1 ,, A us' I «Atma)at,JiHM3,1917. Ciudad Jijarez, Chili., Mex., Jan. 13. —For the prbtection of the two-mil lion-acre American owned. Babicorn ranch, permission to maintain a pri­ vate "feudal" army has been,,granted by do facto government officials. Two hundred men ilre armed t'ftday to de­ fend the properties against bandit forays. In the month the private aifmy has been, inexistence they have engaged marauding bands three times and kill­ ed or captured and turned over to Carranza authorities 28 bandits. Col Rosario Garcia and .two followers, bearing messages to Villa, were Rag­ ged by the Babicorn army and exe­ cuted here by a firing, squad a few weeks ago. John Hayes, American manager of the ranch, estiita&tes-ttie losses. in tlie last 21 niontlis .a* 2$,0H head of. cat­ tle, 1,000. horses and. rtjules, 35,000 bushels o! corn and beans bittned and, an equal' amount, confiscated or stol­ en Ajnerleans .end 20 na­ tives siali...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

J" 41 rotm 0- J*§ 'f. .:• it I: hi Ii ii I? •j Ml i$ THE TRIBUNE •*4«r«4 ffc# mum* l'-i$: itvmr M+mh*r An/til lutr**tt of tiUmUUUm Tit* Hn| Ife A 4? 'M ii 3 V- if WtATti/H Otitjmr MtWM'At'KU (IMaMMMd LOCAL WKATMfcK Bl/LLKTIW, Wnr thn 2i houm wlliiy. ul liooM, VA, I'M 'i'HUtl/HWhff* 00 »«. 't'tiliii/t'iHliuu ill IZ.OO, Winn ... tiitftHKl yutiU*ul»v l/OW«»f ittoi hltcht |fW,|J/)llll )OH iilKhtteI vtimi yulociiy 1(» Kf/r oiII WlltlMlOII WlHIllpnK llllM llMMII IVHi Ittl,V |i(lfll|lii|llllB wIom thllllltinn llliiln II millllitilM HuililiMl nf nlKMMl'ri In |im(I iiOHH, A lllllllll'll V, Buy 0f lht lif If, VmMtom, H, lh, tut tmtmd wukt pay muntw mupivay wmmwmt* mw vhthmm AUfAWWi mrri*r, v*t wato,M 9 lKik//t» Ifimnflb'd wcii. iohIkMI Oiwc ""d »#u»idny, p»oi»n.i|y f-liuft tu lint wsfsi- IIIIIUDII IOIIIKIII iioi llllilw Wl cold III Hot |i'»(U'/fl ('MfKurt I'lih'oH" I'lltjiH ,, 12 OKIIIH W IIOI'.I'JIITH, Mut'inroloKlBl, UlftNtt 0^ TMfe TIMKW, IdWtt'c line. jliRl l/lfulKHi»l lh« Ihtil Dm primar...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

SATURDAY, JAN. 13, 1917. CHARLES L. ADAMS Director of the Elks Minstrel the chief attractions. When the cur­ tain went up last evening the audi­ ence was greeted by a bevy of the younger girls of the city, who have worked so hard to make the minstrel a huge success, and their work was not in vain. Makes a Hit. iMiss Clara Tatley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tatley of the (Grand Pacific hotel, and conceded one of the prettiest girls of the city, took the leading girl's part, interpreting Mias MiMred Miles, a young society girt, whorls trying to stage a home talteht' 'tfhow during a house party. She was supported by Doris and Hel en Pisk, Luclnda Clemens, Bessie Ho man, Dorothy McFarland, Roxy Foss, Harriet SIMM# TOnc** "Lamb, Dor­ othy Blunt, Mildred Morrissey, Hazel 'Mead, Jessie iMcLeod, Bessie Keenan, LjMgff j^B^ershott, Hylda Miller, Em­ ma ^$Aj*qd Josephine Hamel. Miss Tatfeyi|jstantly won her auditors with h^r 'personal charm and splendid stage wdrk, She sang as her first nu...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

,r. sat: SIX r'? u~ A if ... 5s. ni ii fcritirii. E OVAJUr* REPORTER 8ANT. ^AH^r Lawson Could Make Any Other Stage Celebrity Look Like Piker, Says Russell PLUNGER HAS BULLY TIME GUYING BOARD (I5 Cliurles Kiiwiml Kiissei) Washington, I). ('.. Jan. K!.—The world lost its greatest play actor when Thomas W. Lawson went into stocks and advertisements. In the it's a Pleasure ?.' to burn MONARCH coal says the lady who has used it. This is the free burning, clean coal which is making us so many satisfied cust­ omers. If you will try a ton we feel sure you will agree with us that it. is the best coal to had in Bis­ marck. c. A. FINCH Lumber Co. PHONE i7 Monarch Bear Creek Owl Creek Nut Anthracite Nut Come-in and is to join bur Come, in, ask about it. Deposit 5 or 10 cents the first week and increase your deposit 5 or 10 cents each week and in 60 weeks you will have $63.75 or $127.50. ':t: Help your CHILDREN to join it it will teach them to SAVE and SUCCEED. Join YOURSELf. We also have a 1-ce...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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