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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 August 1915

1 1 CH'Y NEWS. I Mrs. Oorfnne Bodine ot Mexico Is spending a week with friends In the city. FOR SALE. Flvo room house; nice location, $1,100. Inquire nt 1518 Tan gent. Dan Williams, 520 Tangent St., Rosedale, Has. Miss Louvenla Franklin left Sunday to visit friends In St. Louts, Before returning she will visit In Versailles and Sedalla, Mo. Mrs. Birdie Foster Harrison of St. Louis, Mo., Is visiting hero the guest of her parents, Prof, and Mrs. It. V. Foster, 1215 Paseo. Mr. Geo. Walker gave an automobile party Sunday afternoon In compliment to his sister, Miss Mae Vire, who left Sunday for California. Mrs. Lulu McCurdy, ho daughter of Rev. Pope of Chicago, 111., and Miss Neota McCurdy, her daughter, are guests at Troy Hall of Prof, and Mrs. J. Dallas Bowser. Misses Callle and Brownleo Balrd of Centralla, Kas., stopped over this week en route to Denver and Colorado Springs. Prof. J. 1. Jones of Muskogee, Okla., spent a fe.v days in the city visiting his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. II....

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 August 1915

. FRANK J. BROWN. Grand Senior Warden of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge and President of the St. Louis Masonic Temple Association. A. R. BOHON, Hannibal, Mo. D. D. G.' M. and Chairman of the local Committee having In charge the arrangements for the Grand Lodge. ,, DRESSMAKING taught In shortest possible time Terms Reasonable Open July 21, 1915 MRS. MATTIE MAE BODINE 1121 Woodland Avenue KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI ,,,, COLORED MAN SCIENTIFIC. Shows Advanced Methods In Dyeing O. K. Cleaners Now In 1500 Block on 18th. O. K. cleaners have a meaning above the ordinary. It practically means that every garment placed with the firm passes through the best scientific process known In cleaning, dyeing anil repairing, finally to come out to the pleased customer l'or his undeniable O. K. approval. Mr. F. S. Phillips, the thoughtful aul progres sive sponsor of these new ideas in clothes preservation, has proven a wizard in using various dyes. Per sons of his cult have sought vainly for a dye that wo...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 August 1915

C. H. COUNTEE. Kansas City's pioneer Undertaker, Past Master of Rone Lodge No. 25. PALMYRA, MISSOURI. Itcv. S. L. Broojts preached two soul stirring sermons at Bethel A. M. HI. church Sunday.... Mesdames Dinwid dle and VS. D. Green tiro convalescing ....Tho members Of St. Paul Temple No. 4 visited the U. 13. i Home at Oakwood, Thursday, and they report a very enjoyablo tlmo,.. .Miss Virginia Hunter of MoIIne, 111., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Jesslo Taylor. ...Mt. Hope Lodge No. 19 of A. F. & A. M. will render a program, at llethel A. M. E. church August 5..!. Prof, and Mrs. 0. M. Ycager, Mr. John Orant and Miss Alice Smiley motored to Hannibal, Monday, and attended tho lecturo giv en by tho Rev. Dr. Sampson Brooks of St. Louis.... Geo. Rose of St. Louis Is tho guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Lewis.... Mrs. Mlnorva gave a moonlight picnic last Thursday night. .. .Mrs. Pearl Sparks Harris ot Hannibal, spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sparks, last week.... Mrs. Anna Johnson ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 7 August 1915

PHOENIX, ARIZONA. There hue been Instituted here a new Masonic Order, with a member ship ol 29 Peerless Court of O. O. held its public Installation at the A. M. K. church a few days ago with credit. It has a membership of 30 or more. Mrs. E. Cunningham was the Installing officer. .. .Mr. Geo. White, one of IJhoenlx's prominent citizens, left a few days ago for certain points In Texas, thence to Cincinnati to at- I tend the Supreme 1-odgo K. of P., of i which he Is a delegate Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Dawson are attending the ' San Francisco Exposition. After I spending some time In San Francisco ' It Is their Intention to spend the rest i of the summer vsltlng relatives In I California... .Mrs. S. L. Cross Is back in the city after visiting her son In i Douglass. She reports a very pleas ant visit.... Maricopa Lodge No. 1C, F. & A. M, is raising money to erect a hall on E. Jefferson street, .which will be a very great credit to It.... Miss Pauline Ulolce of Lexington, Mo., is visiting ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

Say, have yoa a fnrniihtd or on furn'uned rood for rent? Adver tise it in The Son and let it be bringing yon in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for tenms. VOLUME VII. NUMBER . 50. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915. PRICE, 5c. The National Negro Business League Must Come lo Kansas City in 1916 "and be NEGRO GRAND LODGE A. F. 8 A. W. MEETS mun Shown DR. J. H. WILLIAMS, Kansas City, Mo. Grand Medical Registrar of the U. B. F. and S. M. T., who has a wonder ful following for the next. Grand Master of the U. B. F. THE NEED OF A NEGRO NEWS-1 PAPER. When a Negro says without discrim ination that a Negro newspaper is no good and is not worth reading, he does not use good judgment and is lack ing In sound sense or something else. The mission ot the newspaper is to educato and to elevate to warn a peo ple of the danger of the loss of their rights and td offer plans to regain what they lose and to assist in their civil and ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

MtMTIONAL SI1WSQI00L Lesson By E. O. SKI.LBKS. Acting Director ot Sunday School Course, Tlie Moody Bible Institute or Chicago.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 15 JEROBOAM LEADS ISRAEL INTO SIN. LESSON TBXT-I Ktnss 12:26-33. ClOLTJUN' TEXT Thou shnlt not make unto thee a graven Image, nor any like ness ot anything that Is In heaven above. or that Is In the earth beneath, or that Is In the water undqr the earth; thou shalt not bow down thyself down unto them. nor serve them. Ex. 20:4, 5a. Whether Jeroboam incited Israel's rebellion or was summoned home be causo of his being known as on op ponent to Israel, we cannot say. Ho must have remembered Ahljah's prophecy (11:29-40) and he had anotti er prophet on his side, Shemalah (12:22-24), though Ahijah afterwards deserted him (14:1-1S). In Egypt, Jeroboam had learned of the worship ot the bull Apis and upon setting up his kingdom, saw at once the need ot centering the religious life of tho peo ple elsewhere than in Jerusalem. I. "Calves of Gold" vv. 2...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

STYLES FOR THE FALL PARIS OPENINGS PUT OFF UNTIL FIRST OF AUGUST. Flattened Hips Hinted at In Advance Models Silver Lining to Over shadowing Cloud of Full Skirts. Tho majority of tho leading houses In Parts put off the dress openings of the season until tho first of this month, although we were promised all tho 'news of clothes by tho second week of July. What tho reason was for tho change in dates whether the paucity of American buyers in Paris early in tho month of July, or tho difficulty of get ting ready a new sot of models after the manufacturers had depleted tho first set Is of little importance to the question at large; the result Is very satisfying to those buyers and Bellers who want new clothes for tho winter and not for the summer. Tho one thing that tho specialists strive for Is to get their frocks be fore the public who wants tho last thing from Paris and open the way for the manufacturers to copy theso styles at once; tho sooner the better, for tho moment a French styl...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

TIMANSAS CITY SIN PUBLISHED WEEKLY. All communications should be addramd to The Kansai City Bun, 180J Eaat 18th tret. Dell Phone Eat 939. Entered as aecond-claM matter, August 11, 1908, at Uie postofftce at Kansas City, .Mo., under the act of March 3, 1S79. Kelson C. Crews Editor and Owner Wllla D. Glenn General Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Tear U-50 Blx Months 75 Three Months 80 ADVERTISING RATE. BO CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church, 21th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist Church, 604 Char totta St. Centennial M. K Church, 19th and Woodland. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. Allen Chapel A. M. R Church, 10th and Charlotte. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebenezer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and T roost. Vine St. Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. Ward Chapel A. M. E. Church, 11th and Woodland. iSlue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St Jtbne A. M. E. Church, 17 Helle low Seventh Day Adventls...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

A I CITY NEWS. J Sir. 0. P. Tlbba -was called to Malta Bend, llo., on account of the death of Ills sister. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mosby gave an automobile party for Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Geo. Monroe of Qulncy, 111., Thursday. Mr. Arthur Harris, Kansas City's commercial printer, is In St. Louis, Mo., and Chicago, 111., this week on 'buslners. Mrs. Nelson Bowman of Nowata, Okla,, and Mrs. Florence Ford of Kan sas City, Kas., were callers at the Sun office Wednesday. Miss Edith Suttles of Lawrence, Kas., who has been the guest of Mrs. George McPike, 1608 Jefferson, has returned home. Mrs. W. B. Oxloy, 1630 Cottage, left Sunday for Nowata, Okla., to nurse her sister, Mrs. Pauline Smith, who Is seriously ill. Mrs. Willie B. Fagan, 1908 E. 24th street, left August 5 for San Francisco, Calif., to visit the Panama-Pacific ex position, en route she will stop in Denver and Ogden, Utah. 'Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Burnslde, 3107 E. 16th, announce the birth of their daughter, to whom they have given the name Hassil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

Songbirds That Spend the Summer in Washington 117 ASH1NGTON. Certain varieties of songbirds como to Washington for if the summer months only, and at present numbers of these visitors can be seen In the city parks. In the grounds of the capltol, White House or The warblers are a busy little the Potomac from Hosslyn to Chain bridge. They are small birds with thin voices that are not especially musical, although one or two varieties have some really fine singers The thrush family contains some of the sweetest singers, and with many bird lovers they are the favorite songsters. The wood thrush, which is larger than the other varieties, is a bright brown In color, with largo dark spots on Its creamy breast It is found in most woods around Washington, and generally sings at sunset, early in the morning or on a cloudy day. Its song Is clear and thrilling, while its call-noto is a soft "whit, whit." Another Interesting group are the vireos, dainty little birds whose color ing harmonizes so w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

Red Fox Saves His Brush By H. M. EGBERT (Copyright, 1915, by W. G. Chapman.) Red Pox showed his teeth In a grin as ho entered his burrow. Ho had had no adventures worthy of the name that afternoon, but ho meant to have Bomo that evening. That afternon ho had merely Blunk through tho heather Investigating tho food supply. Now ho curled himself up snugly In his earth and prepared to sleep until nightfall. Red Fox was a bachelor. Ho was a monster fox, and ono of the-oldest or the county. Ills Bplendld fur was known to every huntsman over a ra dius of leagues. Ho had pitted his wlta against tho hounds time and again, and always won. Life was nothing without tho spice of adventure. They say a fox loves the bunt as much as the men, the hounds, and tho horses. Red Fox was hunted three times a week, and he know every trick of his trade. Some day, when his strength and speed be gan to fall him, the Inevitable end would como. Tho hounds would tear his slim body, his mask and pads and brush wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 14 August 1915

TIBBETS, MISSOURI, lilltlo Flnace, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson, is quite ill with fccr. . . .Tho Masons had their annual sermon at tho A. M. E. church. Rev. Hamilton delivered a soul-stirring ser mon. A collection of $20.30 was re ceived. .. .Miss Lcona Vernon of Jef ferson City has returned homo after pending several weeks with Mrs. Ethel Keylon and Miss Julia Thomas ...,Uro. A. Dupee conducted tho in stallation of tho Masonic lodge last Saturday evening and ISro. James Fer Cuson was Installed as Worshipful Master.... Mr. Albert Ilragg of Fulton spent Sunday here visiting friends. . . . Misses Murley Qathrlght and Rlssle l'anncll have returned from Jefferson City, Mo.... Mr. James Washington of Columbia, one of the Grand Lodge of ficers of the U. B. F., made his annual visit hore August 4.... Mrs. Host King and son Major, are visiting Mr 3. Fan nlo Dorsoy, the mother oi M. King. . . . Quito a number celebrated the 4th of August. ...Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Fer guson are the ...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

iti) Jinn Say, have yon a furnished or un furn'uned room for rent? Adver tise it io The San and let it be briiing yon in something. We want good reliable Agents in every city and town in the country. Write us for tenms. 1 VOLUME VII. NUMBER 51. KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1915. PRICE, 5c. Nations Closes Monday, August 30. Large Crowds each Evening. Public Invite Carnival of all HON. CRITTENDEN C. CLARK Of St. Louis, Mo., who was elected Grand Junior Warden of the Masons of Missouri. A BANQUET. Omaha, Neb. At high noon Wednesday, August IS, a banquet was given 26 guests, composed of the officers and members of the Grand Lodge, U. B'. P. &, S. M. T., of the state of .Missouri and juris diction, in the spacious lecture room of St. John's chapel, A. M. E. church. The banquet was given by Alex Slater of Jefferson City, Mo. , Promptly at 12:30 the guests of honor arrived headed by Grand Mas ter Caston of the U. B. F., and Grand Master Crews of the Masonlcs. They were s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

AFRO-AMERICAN CULLIHCS J In his "The Education of tho Negro I Prior to 1S61" (Putnam's). C G. Wood son says of the abolitionist agitation that It excited the more active minded of tho Negroes, 'i :o story of Tous salnt l'Ouverture and the talk of the rights of man that followed after the French revolution were disturbing In fluences. About Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston and Now Orleans Insurrec tionary ideas were spread by Negroes coming from unhappy Santo Domingo in 1793. In 1800 "General" Gabriel, a slave, led an uprising In Virginia, and there was one in South Carolina. In 1816 Camden and in 1S22 Charleston were threateend by Negro plots. Den mark Vesey, a slave who had bought his freedom, was an arch-conspirator. There were uprisings, more or less extensive, in North Carolina, and in 1831 Nat Turner's mad raid spread ter ror among the white folks of South ampton county, Virginia. While theso disorders were going on, however, the elementary education of the mass of the colored po...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

An Unfinished Story By HAROLD CARTER (Copyright, 1915, by W. O. Chapman.) "If John Ayro woro to leave mo," said Fltton & Co., "I don't know what I should do." Pltton & Co. was Honry Fltton, the famous publisher. He had started In tho business Ave years before, with a capital of a thousand dollars, and his record since then had been one of con tinuous success. Many publishers stated that they de sired only literary merit In their pro ductions, and not big names; but Henry Fltton meant It. He had brought half a dozen new authors to the front. He was always represented on tho list of best sellers. Dut John Ayre was the cause of his success. Ayre was bis head reader, and ap peared omniscient. Ayre had never let a masterpiece slip through his fin gers. He had an Intuitive Instinct which told him whenever a novel, sub mitted to the firm, was going to sue ceed. Ayro seemed able to plumb the depths of the human heart in manu scripts. But not in life. "Ayre," said Fltton & Co. on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

THE KANSAS CITY SUN PUBLISHED WE'EKLY. AH communications should be addi to The Kansas City Bun. 1803 Bast 18th Btret. Pell Phona East 999. Sintered as second-class matter, August U, 1908. at the pos toff Ice at Kansas City, Ma., under the act Df March 3, 1879. Nelson C Crews Editor and Owner !Wtlla B. Qlcnn General Manager BUBSCIIIPTION RATES: One Tear tt-50 BU Months i 75 Tares Months SO ADVERTISING RATE. 60 CENTS PER INCH. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Bethel A. M. E. Church. 24th and Flora. St. Stephen's Baptist cnurcn, sot tnar Intta Bi centennial M. E. Church, 19th and woodiana. Second Baptist Church, 10th and Char lotte. Allen Chapel A. M, B. Church, 10th and cnarioue. Kansas Ave. Baptist Church, 46th and Kansas. Ebenexer A. M. E. Church, 17th and Tracy. St. Augustine's P. E. Church, 11th and T roost Vine St Baptist Church, 1825 Vine St. ward Chapel A. M. m. Church, utn ana .wooaiana. Blue Valley Baptist church, 1120 Crys tal avenue. St Jvtm't A. M. E. Church, 1743 Belle slew. Saventh Day...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

IWWUW Miss Joyce Dorsey Is visiting her father In Chicago. Mrs. M. Torter, 3614 McQee, left for San Francisco, Cal., iast Wednesday. FOR RENT Large front room fur nished for one or two gentlemen. 1020 .Vine Btreet. Mrs. Anthony Dlcltens entertained with a Blx-course dinner last Saturday In honor of Mrs. Wesley Emery. Mr. Wm. Smith, walking to Galves ton,' writes that he Is In McKlnney, Texas. Mrs. Stella Gant of this city, and Mrs. Effle Richards of Claremore, are In Chicago. Mrs. Harry J. Brown, 1630 Cottage avenue, is attending the Grand Lodge S. M. T. at Omaha this week. Mr. Henry Carvln, a nephew of Dr. J. E. Dibble, was a vlctom of the re cent severe storm at Houston, Tex. Mrs. F. B. Jones of Independence, Mo., entertained a party of ten Sun day In honor of Mrs. Wesley Emery. . .WANTED An unfurnished room in a nice quiet family. Address 1410 Highland avenue. Mrs. Cornelius Hill. Mrs. Wesley Emery o Glasgow, Mo., who has been the guest of Mrs. Mark V. Wilson for the past two wee...

Publication Title: Kansas City Sun, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

ELN6 John SAY I Did you over sit around In the Pullman Car and study a few paragraphs from the world's most fa mous text book human nature? Go after it the first chance you get youH learn at lot. For Instance, during a trip recently on. one o Mr. Pullman's sleep-wagons 1 soon learned that the brisk and breezy crew In the seats around mo we're commercial travelers, and thoy were fanning each other with fairy talcs about the goods they sold. t learned that the one who looked like a human apple was affectionately krioun as Slim becauso ho's so fat that every time he turns around he meets himself coming back. And it wasn't hard to learn that the tall one with the sandy hair was Nick Dalrymplo, who goes after the orders for a hardware house In Columbus and knows everybody In the world bar one family living in Yonkers. Then there was Tod Gilpin, who cuts ice for a match factory in Now urk, and ho's the life of a small party. Tod's main hold Is to creep Into tho "reading room" of a Rub hot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

! 1 INTERNED GERMAN SAILOR 111 V V V AUGHT In Hampton Roads, forced to submit to Internment at Norfolk, re quired to live aboard their ships, the officers and men of the German converted cruisers Prlnz E'tel Fried rich and Kronprlnz Wllbolm have transformed their vessels Into com fortable homes. On the Bhlps more than 600 men are living contentedly. Their contentment Is a tribute to the efficiency of German methods and to' the gene rosity with which they are treated by the United States navy department and naval officers. As few restrictions as possible have been placed upon the interned crews, and reasonable requests have been promptly granted. From the moment the visitor steps upon the gangway of the Prlnz Eltel Frledrich, "which also leads to the Kronprlnz Wllhelm, ho sees evi dences of preparations for a long stay and com fortable living. The cruisers, fbrmerly trans atlantic liners, with commodious cabins and ex pansive decks, have been cleared of all evidence which usually mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas City sun. — 21 August 1915

PROGRESSIVE MILLINER In KANSAS OITY, KAS. Has Large Assortment of HATS Sells Shirt Waists and Skirts at Extremely Low Prices. JAMES TUCKER. The hustling proprietor of a Mil linery Store. Would you think It? Right on Fifth street, too. Just where all patrons aro bound to pass. Yes, the Quindaro or the Chelsea cars will put you oft right in front of tho door, 1421 North Gth street, you couldn't miss It if you tried. Mr. James Tucker is respon sible for the place, and a hustling, bustling gentleman he is. It may be said truly, that ho knows tho business in its various phases. The most striking thing about the store, aside from its cleanliness and lino appointment, is the exceptionally largo stock carried. Positively hun dreds of designs in hats (all up to date patents), skirts, shirt waists and Eowns. -Missouri people will do well to take advantage of the following sale which starts this morning. Re member, you can save, not only your car fare, but 60 per cent on tho dollar. Think of i...

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