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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 21 November 1902

AMUSEMENTS The excellent reputation estab lished by Mason and Mason in "Ru dolph and Adolph." last season has been the means of packing the thea tre at every performance wherever they have appeared and as the com pany has been strengthened by the addition of some new and high-class vaudeville features and an attractive female chorus, their engagement here should prove one of the very best musical comedy offerings or' the sea-^ son. They open at the Third Avenue Theatre next Sunday night, for a week's run. • • • "Alphonse and Gaston." The company presenting "Alphonse and Gaston" includes such well known people as Robby Mathews, Herbert Ashley. Eugene Rogers. Thomas Daly, 1 C. f. Burroughs. Leigh Allen, Frank i Kahn, Helen Darling, Vornice White.l Minnie Burroughs, and a trained chor-i us of thirty show girls. The musical numbers by Harry Yon Tiller and Ben If. Jerome, have a swing to them that at once catches and becomes popular with the audi ence. The piece has been staged by that m...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 November 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, \(). IV, POLITICAL POT - PIE The aniiGui:. enient is the various papers to the effect iiiat Gov. Mcßride consented to ihe unanimous election ol Dr. J. .1. Smith, president pro tern of the senate, has been denied by Gov Mcßride's private secretary. Instead of favoring his omlcn the governor, if reports be true, will fight it to the bitter end and will doubtless bring for ward Stanton Waburton. of Tact ma, as an opponent to Dr. Smith. But in this the governor must realize that be is fighting against odds in such an undertaking and with the almost abso lute certainty of losing. Nevertheless lit> seems to reason to himself that it is better t< die fighting than to lay down to an enemy. In spite of the governor's opposition Dr. J. J. Smith will be elected piesident pro tern of the senate and the Pie-maker would suggest to the Governor, in his sena torial candidacy and likewise in his railroad matter, that lie desist from farther fighting Dr. Smith's ...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 November 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor | Susie Revels Cayton Associate } SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Kona Fide Circulation 2,500 ' Editor Clayson occasionally hits the' nail on the head in his Patriarch, and| when he does do so he hits it alfiredly Gorman is being advocated for the Democratic nomination for president. Every day here of late some forgotten fossil is being resurrected. Some of our leading men are the possessers of "untold wealth," but they are because they managed to dodge the tax assessor last year. The fascinating game of ping pong is now giving way to that of puff puff. The latter should have a good run in Washington City this winter. Letter Carrier Kellar, who got Loud in California, stands a good show to get good, as he has wilfully broken the Civil Service rules and may be let out. Since Miss Pearl Conway was run over by a reckless ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 November 1902

WASHINGTON'S EIGHTH LEGISLATURE. ON JOINT BALLOT Republicans Democrats Totals Senate 33 9 42 House • • • 82 I*-* 94 Totals * 115 21 130 MEMBERS OF THE SENATE i)is- Poll- Term trict. Name. tics. Residence. expires. 1. George J. Hurley R. Republic 1904 2. M. E. Stansell R. Rice 1906 3. *Warren W. Tolman D. Spokane 1904 4. ""Herman D. Crow R. Spokane 1904 5. *Stanley Hallett D. Medical Lake 1904 6. Will G. Graves I). Spokane 1906 7. Huber Rasher U. Spokane 1906 8. Dr. G. B. Wilson R. Pullman 1906 9. Oscar E. Hailey R. Oakesdale 1904 10. *Ed Baumeister R. Asotin 1904 11. "Oliver T. Cornwall R. Walla Walla 1904 12. *W. P. Reser D. Walla Walla 1904 13. *J. P. Sharp R. Ellensburg 1904 14. *Gottlieb Garber D. Reardan 1904 15. A. J. Splawn D. North Yakima 1904 16. George H. Baker R. Goldendale 1906 17. *E. M. Rands R. Vancouver 1904 18. H. E. McKenney R. Kelso 1904 19. John T. Welch R. South Bend 1906 20. *J. R. Welty R. Chehalis 1904 21. J. R. O'Donnell R. Elma 1906 22. *A. S. Ruth R. Olymp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 28 November 1902

TWO EXTENSION TABLES f g £ ' ■? A strong, good Hardwood Erj £] B - 1 Dining Table, 6-ft. extension;] ip W I L top is 35x42 in.; legs are sol-! |^jy ft H ft idly bolted to top—s7.oo is £7 & *? the regulars4.9s is the £4 i Standard price. $4.65 T|EJ]zEEg=^ Solid Oak Table, five feet | Mj „,*,« v c fl >':'" 1T ' M extension; excellent and ex- M rB \M (I /■ tra strong; top is 36x42 in.; I 1,1 I w If nicely finished; usual price is $ If ? $ j,| $6.50; special priced in the vj [f Standard way, $4.65. it 0 Priced in the STANDARD Way Standard furniture Company I. Schoonfold & Sons 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue Branch at Whatcom LOCAL. Mr. J. H. Ryan is spending Thanks giving with his family in Spokane. A Thanksgiving concert was given at tlie lit. Zion Baptist church Thurs day evening. Invitations are out for a musical at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cay ton, f>lß Fourteenth Avenue north for this (Friday) evening. Mr. John F. Cragwell is now report ed to be the sole propri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 December 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, No. 27 POLITICAL POT - PIE vVhatever else may he saMofJoho 1 . Wilson, as a candidate for United Spates senaU.r, the statement issued by him last Sunday which t/a* pub lished in both tttJ i. i and the Ta t-cma Ledger, was a most manly one and one that will n»aKe him many friends in the i'.u;:... Whether or idds, howeve., £c:m to be against, him and the Pie-maker believes the edds lavor the election of Mr. Ankeny; nev i rthsless, thr* rtat^ment made by Mr. cot h> will be elected by the naart legislature remains to be seen. The Wilson concerning the Foster-Wilson ci mpact will serve to defeat Mr. Fos ter for re-election in 19U5. No man ran play false in politics and win by it in the long run. Senator Foster has been charged with "double crossing"! ,\lr. Wilson and the Senator Iras not denied the allegation. On the other band Mr. Wilson comes out boldly and gives the exact words oi the agree ment and challenges Senator Foster to deny them, which he ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 December 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton A««ocl*t« SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year *2.0Q j Six Months 1-00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Hona Fide Circulation 2,500 Tom Humes' political arms are fast lalllng fiom him. "Talk is cheap." especially in Wash ington City at present. Got. Mcßride is dead after Harold I'ieston's senatorial plum. Walnnton is one of those warblers that makes a poor singer. A grand jury will cause weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth. Chief Sullivan is said to be contem plating engaging in ft private enter prise. A grand jury could turn on the light quite advantageously m this city at present. We .surmise that Boss Piper will feel lonesome when his smt machine rake off is no more. General De Wet's new book would lake neither the British nor the Boers < ut Of the wet. Tut your ear to the ground and you may hear Venezuela coughing up Johnny Bull's dough. Yob are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 December 1902

WASHINGTON'S EIGHTH LEGISLATURE. I si' . ... : . . -*■-.'- ON JOINT BALLOT Republicans Democrats Totals Senate 33 y 42 House ; ;.. .. 82 us y 4 Totals 115 21 136 MEMBERS OF THE SENATE Dis- Poll- Term trict. Name. tics. Residence. expires. 1. George J. Hurley R. Republic 1904 2. M. E. Stansell R. Rice 1906 3. •Warren W. Tolinan D. Spokane 1904 4. 'Herman D. Crow R. Spokane . 1904 5. *Stanley Hallett D. Medical Lake 1904 G. Will G. Graves D. Spokane 1906 7. Huber Rasher D. Spokane 1906 8. Dr. G. B. Wilson R. Pullman 1906 9. Oscar E. Hailey R. Oakesdale 1904 10. *Ed Baumeister R. Asotin 1904 11. "Oliver T. Cornwall R. Walla Walla 1904 12. *W. P. Reser D. Walla Walla 1904 13. *J. P. Sharp R. Ellensburg 1904 14. ''Gottlieb Garber D. Reardan 1904 15. A. J. Splawn D. North Yakima 1904 16. George H. Baker R. Goldendale 1906 17. *E. M. Rands R. Vancouver 1904 18. H. E. McKenney R. Kelso 1904 11). John T. Welch R. South Bend 1906 20. *J. R. Welty R. Chehalis 1904 21. J. R. ©'Donnell R. Elma j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 5 December 1902

* If YOU HAVE A FRIEND WHO {; © "WILSON" i ASK ABOUT ET. l^^y^^^^^^^P^^^^^S The Wilson is the original "air- £ ■Rs&lsK ' ' ! t tight"—all others have been pat- ' i RbSHu ' „ >^~r*~ff terned after this wonderful heater. I Hmmw?m^^'^ They areln a class strictly by them- i Bf|&>SSf^ selves—positively the best "air \ ' W^mMM^&M I ill We are the exclusive selling agents ' ' % for the Wilaon in Seattle and vidn- \ "Here are the important Wils>r; ' ; >j^3 features—note the diaft principle: IJjJMsi l' i I ,|i I'! Ished steel, steel lined inside to the ; F~^^j!,' !';ij ijt* top, which gives full protection to , , lfi^L^^?iK*'; *lw'""IV**ir^"^ J"v^r *' Drafts -Ey tne patent tneth'-d of | E-UMTi'l!——'''' .1,, ' hi, li mskk jfWrS taking the d;aft from the t( p. a i, ©^fSlrf^^'T^i'-ri.'-:::!, VifflJS perfect air-tigbt heater is Bleared. Z Riving absolute control of the fire. E K&j^^^^ajjj"" ii" ■■■■ '■' ' \^^nS The Wilson draft principle is per- 2 Vgffiaoljy feet, whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 December 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 28 POLITICAL POT - PIE The senatorial question which is to be settled by the coming legifilature : and the senatorial question which is to be settled by the subsequent legis- ( lature is still the all-absorbing conver sation of the day. "Who is going to be elected United States senator?" is the question that is asked a thousand times a day even in Seattle, and should you add Spokane, Walla Walla and Tacoma to this list, it would be safe to say that the question is asked five thousand times a day, more or less. The senatorial question is by no means settled in the opinion of the Pie-maker. It is still in the air and the politician who gives himself cred it for having already settled the sena torial situation reckons without his host, and has rearhed such a conclu sion on the baseless fabric of a vision that will leave a wreck behind. The situation has not changed since the last issue of The Republican and it probably will not change again before th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 December 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton ..Idit«r Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATKS. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second-class Mall Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Where a few legislators are gathered together in the name of politics, you can bet your sweet life there is some thing doing along senatorial lines. The effort on the part of two under takers in Tacoma to control a dead body is truly a case of a dead under taking. Sheriff Cudihee makes no mistake in issuing pre-emptory orders that gambling will not be allowed in South Seattle. In this he meets the approv al of all good citizens. Marconi's wireless telegraph scheme is to break loose in a fresh place in ih< near future. Marconi himself says it will and who will doubt such emi nent authority as he. Barry Johnson may have been a poor actor, but he acted well when he ended his own wretched career, after so brutally murdering Miss ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 December 1902

WASHINGTON'S EIGHTH LEGISLATURE. ON JOINT BALLOT Republicans Democrats Totals Senate 33 9 42 House 82 12 94 Totals 115 21 136 MEMBERS OF THE SENATE Dis- Poli- • Term trict. Name. tics. Residence. expires. 1. George J. Hurley R. Republic 1904 2. M. E. Stansell R. Rice 1906 3. *Warren W. Tolman D. Spokane 1904 4. *Herman D. Crow R. Spokane 1904 5. * Stanley Hallett D. Medical Lake 1904 6. Will G. Graves D. Spokane 1906 7. Huber Rasher D. Spokane 1906 8. Dr. G. B. Wilson R. Pullman 1906 9. Oscar E. Hailey R. Oakesdale 1904 10. *Ed Baumeister R. Asotin 1904 11. *Oliver T. Cornwall R. Walla Walla 1904 12. *W. P. Reser D. Walla Walla 1904 13. *J. P. Sharp R. Ellensburg 1904 14. *Gottlieb Garber D. Reardan 1904 15. A. J. Splawn D. North Yakima 1904 16. George H. Baker R. Goldendale 1906 17. *E. M. Rands R. Vancouver 1904 18. H. E. McKenney R. Kelso 1904 iy. John T. Welch R. South Bend 1906 20. *J. R. Welty R. Chehalis 1904 21. J. R. O'Donnell R. Elma 1906 22. *A. S. Ruth R. Olympia 1904 23...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 12 December 1902

I Standard furniture Company L. Schoenfeld & Sons, 1012-14-16-18 First Avenue SEATTLE TACOKIA —WHATCOM POLITICAL POT PIE. (Continued from Page One.) believes that it would prove a salutary lesson if the next legislature would turn every <;ne of these deficiency measures down, and especially those where the persons were legally in formed that there were no funds to pay lor the same. No work should be 'lone by any one for the state unless there are funds on hand to pay for the it. or the same has been authorized by a previous legislature. This thing of running up enormous bills on the state and then lobbying them through, is a clear cut holdup, because no man can afford, and especially a printer, io do work and then pay a lobbyist expensive wages to have a bill put through the legislature in order to get his pay unless he robs the state in prices. If the work is to be done the same should be brought up by the proper authorities, and the attention of the legislature called to it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 December 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 29 POLITICAL POT - PIE If rumors be true, Senator Foster has provided unusually liberally for the Pierce County legislative delega tion in order that it can meet weekly for consultation. Before the senator le.t for Washington City he went to the proprietor of the Hotel Tacoma and told him that he would stand for "fifteen meals" each week for the del egation, but, under no circumstances for a single meal more than that. That is to say, the delegation, which is composed of fifteen members, is to meet every Saturday and each of these is to be fed at Senator Foster's expense on that occasion. If, in case any one of them happens to be ab sent then those present can invite an outsider to be with them and fill the place of the absent one. The gen erosity of Senator Foster was so lib eral and unexpected that the proprie tor of the hotel almost fell dead from heart disease at the announcement. Just to think, Senator Foster had made provisions for fifteen m...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 December 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year 12.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 Not one Crumm from the president's table will the "Lilly Whites" of the South receive. With a grand jury quite in sight, the gamblers outlook in Seattle is ra ther discouraging. Why was it necessary to raise the chiefs wages? Was he not getting enough without that? Even the hop raiser in the coun try does not deny the fact that it is the devil to raise hops. Judge Bell's jury will find crime enough in this city, but just who to charge it up to will be the conundrum. San Francisco will pronounce the present national administration a very much bitter Root unless it gets injus tice. Paul, the infanticide murderer, may not be under wood, but he is under sentence that must lay exceedingly heavy on him. That recent report of "wars and r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 December 1902

WASHINGTON'S EIGHTH LEGISLATURE. ON JOINT BALLOT Republicans Democrats Totals Senate 33 9 42 House 82 12 94 Totals 115 21 136 MEMBERS OF THE SENATE Dis . Poli- Term trict. Name. tics- Residence. expires. 1. George J. Hurley R. Republic 1904 2. M. E. Stansell R.: Rice 1906 3. ♦ Warren W. Tolman D. Spokane 1904 4 ""Herman D. Crow it. bpokane 1904 5 * Stanley Hallett D. Medical Lake 1904 6 Will G. Graves . D. Spokane 1906 7. Huber Rasher D. Spokane 1906 8 Dr. G. B. Wilson R. Pullman 1906 9. Oscar E. Hailey : R. Oakesdale 1904 10 *Ed Baumeister R. Asotin 1904 11 "Oliver T. Cornwall R. Walla Walla 1904 12* *W P. Reser D. Walla Walla 1904 ' 13 ; *J. P. Sharp R- Ellensburg 1904 14* *Gottlieb Garber D. Reardan 1904 15 AJ. Splawn D. North Yakima 1904 16 George H. Baker ; R. Goldendale 1906 17. *E. M. Rands - R. Vancouver 1904 18 H.E. McKenney R- Kelso 1904 19. John T. Welch R. South Bend 1906 20. *J. R. Welty R- Chehalis 1904 21. J. R. O'Dohhell R- Elma 1906 22. *A. S. Ruth R- Olympia 1904 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 December 1902

Heaters Make Good Gifts, JL&®* Especially Good Heaters |^SP| r ' \ Credit! A, Here is a Heater built on a a ••5 J gj new principle. It is a great @J*"^& jpsg success. —The "Boss" air- 'if^liilfllf^'L jPT tight heater for wood * fc<^lifvF-'l^> This Heater is built upon an entirely new sg-j —-JSg I'?ii3iav~-r^- principle, and premises to prove a great sell- FJSfe~^~"~ iJJrwr^-*'^"^ '"'~- -"?" er. The fire chamber is of a cylindrical fHi§s!u_ - _-__ = _. form, made of heavy sheet steel and is ab fc_~_ : ~ ~^=^==^-i solutely air-tight. The jacket or body is 3&lip-. , &sjk made of smooth steel, square-shaped, having £§-^4 \X=,-;i£/ ' an open bottom and perforations in top, thus Unit! T W'^^^wWl! 1 leaving ample air space between fire- cham i^^lj,- ;(« ber and body. The air circulation is perfect (t ,-r -\. u ».»-- and distributes the heat evenly throughout ' i'i3'||'^feS^^s||| the room. Has heavy cast nickeled fire H§ra&A i ' W'^i^M;^jil! W door for convenience ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 19 December 1902

Heaters Make Good Gifts, uJL^* Especially Good Heaters fvourl r ' f Credit! A. Here is a Heater built on a ■ IS I *? new principle. It is a great 4||^ t<Fii £■- } success. —The "Boss" air- fl^BES^^^. 2..v tight heater for wood * ~^d&P" _jn^ This Heater is built upon an entirely new jj -_ principle, and promises to prove a great sell- ■' ■' er. The fire chamber is of a cylindrical F*' "%l | form, made o' heavy sheet steel and is ab q'TJEJ^lli; "'_'':~_'--dry^^\ solutely air-tight. The jacket or bedy is ffelfp- /.'..- made of smooth steel, square-shaped, having |'-^^^| v^r;.'-^} an open bottom and perforations in top, thus |^||p:i leaving ample air space between fire cham pS^^f" ber and body. The air circulation is perfect Sw-afiL e j^p- i --;«»» i i^,j I antl distributes the heat evenly throughout L*'; WvT^-^^M. tne room- Has heavy cast nickeled fire !■ !f^iiis |R!\:fe^S|'''!| = door for convenience in starting fire, which |||i§|§; |pi-'if©;";.'j^Vv-l an be seen from front, gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 December 1902

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. IX, NO. 30 POLITICAL POT - PIE Senator Ed. Palmer has gone East to visit with relatives during the hol idays and will be absent some two weeks or more. Prior to leaving Mr. Palmer said to the Pie-maker, "I thought it a convenient time to leave the city prior to the convening of the Stand jury, and were it not that Mr. Preston would need me in the coining senatorial fight I might prolong my stay indefinitely." Senator Palmer is one of Mr. Preston's most ardent sup porters and feels very hopeful of his success. • • • The special election called to fill the vacancy caused by the death oi H. Mai tin of Cent! alia, Wash., resulted in a Democrat being ejected to fill the vacancy, and that too despite the fact that the district is overwhelming Republican. What faction or element is responsible for the change of heart o: so many voters has not been clearly stated. The Times, however, declares it to be the result of an anti-Wilson leeling in that section, while ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 26 December 1902

The Seattle Republican Established May, 1894. H. R. Cayton Editor Susie Revels Cayton Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60 Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second-class Mail Matter. Bona Fide Circulation 2,500 As a least day Christmas beats them all and Seattle people in general will verify that from yesterday's feasts. Marconi pronounces wireless tele graphy a complete success. Perhaps Marc is correct, but we are from Mis souri. Both Senator Turner and Col. Bleth on voted the Democratic ticket at the last election, but you would hardly believe it from the final returns. Try as hard as he will or may Stan ton Warburton of Tacoma finds it a difficult task to induce the politicians of this state to have a good opinion of him. Bryan is charged with being more Populist than Democratic. We always Thought him more foolish than vici ous, and this completely substantiates cur idea of the man. If it be true that Chicago expended $45,000,000 in t...

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