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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

EYEOT^TG, FEBRUAKT 21, 1901. '". \-"^ "f.'% NUMBER?*X^'f^; ' ..' __ AGENTS WANTED - WANTED—THREE GOOD AGENTS TO take orders for ' the most reliable germproof city water ■filters. E. M. Anderson, Sykes block. :.*.-. | AGENTS, WITH HAVES'' METALLIC RUB , ber tires for rocking' chairs you can make -, $100 per month. J. C. Hayes, 418 E. Locust . - st. Des-Moines, Iowa: AGENTS — IN EVERY COUNTY IN THE union, for Opsahl's draught equalizer, for three and four horses; the best of that kind ever known; takes away the side draught ■ from the binders; saves thousands of horses from suffering; working model will be sent lor $2. The Twin City Draught Equalizer Co., 405 Bank of Commerce building, Minne apolis. ',-... . . . -.; • .... .. WANTED—AGENTS IN EVERY. COUNTY In central and southern Minnesota,' lowa and Illinois, to locate-land seekers. Good pay to hustlers. "A. S. Apgar, Warren, Marshall county. Minn. . . //•.-' '.;■ M Mm-:it , : ANNOUNCEMENTS ; "W. L. PETTIT, THE WHOLESALE JEW eler, ha...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 21 February 1901

10 NUMBER 32. HELP WANTED—FEMALE YOUNO LADY—FOR THOROUGH PRKP aration for office work, attend Archibald col lege, Lake st, corner Stevens ay. Day and evening sessions. DRESSMAKERS, SEAMSTRESSES AND •ewing girls; if you can operate a sewing machine successfully you can get steady work and good pay making ladies' wearing appa rel. Sterling Mfg. Co., corner 3d st and sth ay N, second Boor, Heywood building. GIRL TO~DO GENERAL HOUSEWORK• three in family. Call 2709 Emerson ar S. WANTED—ExFerTeNCED~AND TACTFUL lady canvasser. Where can interview be held?__Address N &ra. Journal. WANTED—THREE FIRST-CLASS DINING room girls, at Merchants Hotel, Willniar, Minn. Address M 87i), Journal. WANTED^YOUNG LADY ASSISTANT AT the Elite Massage Parlors, C 26 Hennepin ay; " oue w'tk B°m(s experience preferred. A. COMPETENT GENERAL HOUSEWORK giri; one well recommended. Apply flat 0, 1420 Chicago ay. WANTED—TWO GOOD LAUNDRY GIRLS; Keystone Hand Laundry, 2611 Stevens. WANTED—A THOROUGHLY COMPETENT haird...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. PEICE TWO CENTS. KILLED BY THE MAFIA Wealthy Chicago Italian Is Found Dead. POLICE MAKE A RAID Nine Men Found in a Room, One of Whom Is Wounded. THEY BELONG TO SICILIAN ORDER Kuives anil Revolver* in the Room— v\ .-apoii in the Dcait Man's Pocket. Chicago, Feb. 22.--A murder believed to be the result of a vendetta, was committed late last night near Grand and Milwaukee avenues. Salvatore Giovanna was found shot through the heart. Carlo Battista, who recently arrived from New York, was standing over him. Battista says he and the murdered man were warm friends, and thai while on the way to Giovanni's home, they were attacked by three men. Battista was not injured. He carried a revolver, which had not been fired. lr the dead man's coat pocket, was a revolver, from which three shots had been fired. In his pockets also were many counterfeit coins. Giovanni, one of the most prominent Italians in Chicago, was a member of several secret societies. He came here from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

r*« 0 NATIONAL PARK ' Mr. Eddy Says There Is No Hope for the Minnesota Project. HE DOES NOT FAVOR THE PLAN Co«t U Too Great, He Think*—Seven teen National Park Bills Are Pending. Special to The Journal* Washington, Feb. 22.—"There are sev enteen bills now pending in congress tor the establishment of national parks," said Representative Eddy to-day. "The lands to be set aside for this purpose are located in all sections of the United States and the establishment of all the parks would cost the government many millions of dollars. The expenses of the government are now very heavy—the legitimate expenses for running the gov ernmental machinery, 1 mean —and 1 do not see how we can afford to spend the money necessary to set aside the lands for these parks. "Personally, I am in favor of creating parks where there are natural curiosities to be preserved. As examples of these I can cite the big tree country of California, the Palisades of the Hudson, and, per haps, some others. Proposals to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1901. CLAIMS AN EARLDOM London Organ Grinder Says He Is Earl Poulett's Son. STARTS ACTION IN THE COURTS ill* Mother Waa the Hnauln«i of « Landport Who Mar ried the Karl in 1848. London, Feb. 22.—Proceedings have been started in behalf of Viscount Hinton, -who at one time played an organ in Lon don streets to eject the youthful Earl Pouleit from Hinton house, pending the settlement of his right to the earldom. William Henry, Earl Poulett, who died in London Jan. 22, 1^99, was thrice mar ried, and the orgau grinder claimant says he is the eldest son by Elizabeth Virginia Newman, daughter of a Landport pilot, whom the earl married in 1849. The earl's second marriage was without issue. In 1579 he married Rosa De Melville, the third wife, daughter of Alfred Hugh De Melville, and the son of this union now has the estates. The alleged Earl Poulett has long lived among the London poor, supporting him self by organ grinding. He has given some study to the housing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

2 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. B. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR. THE! JOURNAL, is published every,. evening, except Sunday, at . 47-41> Fourth Street v South, t Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. * C. J. million, Manager Eastern Adver tising. , :pHPH| "•; NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. ' CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. , ■ }S "■ • \ SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. . Delivered "by mail. On© copy, one m0nth............ $0.35 One copy, three "m0nth5....;.......... 1.00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week .......8 cents .One copy, one month .......35 cents Single copy ... 2 cents CUAXGES OK ADDRESS , Subscribers ordering addresses of their l papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. ■•■'• ~ ' ' # CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, FEBRUAEY 22, 1901. TO OUTDO NIAGARA Wonderful Canal and Power Scheme of Duluth Men. MANY LAKES TO BE UTILIZEE Canal From City Limits to Northern Part, of County—loo,ooo H. P. of Electrical Enerjfy. Special to The Journal. Duluth, Minn., Feb. 22.—The Highland cacal and Power company has just tiled papers in condemnation for its line, cov ering lands from the city limits of Du luth to the northern part of the county. The line of the proposed canal is to run straight north from Duluth across the Cloquet river, and up to the eastern end of the opened portion of the Mesaba range, crossing the range through a series of dikes. The company's scheme is very ambi tious. It proposes to construct a system of waterways from the north central part of the county to the brow of the hill above Duluth, and to deliver at that point a sufficient volume of water to create, at consumers" meters in the city, 100,000 horsepower of electrical energy. There is a fall of 765 feet from the end ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

s CITY NEWS Mure Power lor Pill»bury A—New water wheels of 2,500 horse power are to be put in the Pillsbury A mill, aud the down stream tail race is to be widened. A pair of sti-inch horizontal Sampson twin wheels will be connected with the maiu shaft by rope drive. The need of additional power at the A mill ha* been felt for some time, and the improvements contemplated will am ply supply it. Couldn't Work With JaoUnon-Thos. Carey, superintendent of flr» alarms of the St. Paul fire department, resigned his posi tion at a meeting of the flre commissioners last night. 11» declared that he could uot work in harmony with Chief Jackson. FreJ Hough, chief operator, and Sherwood Hough, operator, also resigned. The board then put the entire nre alarm system under the con trol of the chief. Walker Proposition Still 1 I» — The paving committee of the council Wednesday postponed action on tue season's paving ■chedule and T. B. Walker's proposition until next Monday. Chairman Lane of the com mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

[FRIDAY EVENING, 'FEBRUARY 22, 1901. VERXA / —^————— Coffee. We offer better Coffees for the price asked than can be had anywhere in this country. Try us Pin* fanfnc and Golden Rio blend rifle «aniU9 some dealers call lE* it Mocha and Java ....... IOC DA L «I. an excellent Mocha and . ft a _ 110091 Java flavor «. 2C Hoffman House %£?!&.. 30c Teas Fine Teas 85^ 35c up The Minarda pound ...60s Alloerine SU ................. 60c Dviimaa good California Prunes, 4)1 A ■ rUneS the (at lasts, lb «2V Good, Sweet lorn ffibn b; led i as doz OU6canoC Dates &... Ie Ci<v«» New California; |* — rigS l-lb. package .. 01 Rolled Oats 'XX... lie Potatoes Se?! b; ; 48e Compare our bushels with the measure you getelsewhere. v- Beans :'g55^."....™....:...-'-7c Very Fine Creamery S 22c Fresh Dairy Buffer c.. 16<! 20 Tomato Catsup £35.!2Jc American Pickles ':'<:,...... 8e Pickles «£ ?J£!22l 48c Fruit Jelly £•!!... IDs Preserves plr he. u:.:^!?!:..23c Mince Meat package 6c Soap &£*■ 3c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

8 MUNYON'S INHALER Is a Speedy, Positive and Permanent Cure for Catarrh Colds, Coughs, Asthma, Influenza and All Diseases / «.. . of the Nose, Throat and Lungs. Hard Rubber. RELIEF AT ONCE jS U£Mgßk It R«ach«* tb« Sore Always Ready. i^^rSk .trfJSaw It Heals th» Raw Easily Charzed. %£^j *%P&jW Plac«a. It Is Durable. Jf^a \ /<|O|| It Qo»s to th« Seat It is Handy. *'''*JL \^jW£jjjp > "~> of D1»»«m. Can Be Carried la Sf*j| fe^^^fel^H. It Prostrates Ob th* Vest Pocket. _^m. f^wl Bft, *cur« PI• c• • A Little Child Can M Wai I^A, where Drugs It Eaables You to yifr^fy I^Plft Stomach Caanot ta Renders Unaac- Mciai^^S«v I jifflW * d I". ** th" essary ny v- I^^^^W^| ' Whole System. Cauterizing. Better Th«* M«dl" ItOestroyi at Once ' , elne the Bacilli of l £» ow ,of no l r! atT c ♦?" 111 so Better Thaa Any »»v **""" Wi speedily clear and heal all the air pas- - * ■ Bronchitis a«d 3Age , of the head, throat and lungs at thiß« You M «v» i Consumption. my Inhaler.— MUNYON. Ever Tried...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

Friday evening, February 22, i<Boi. CUM. t. Preston. Jas . j. Morrow CRAS. P. PRESTON & CO. Fire lusurance, Real Estate aud Rentals 311 Wicollet Avenue, Minneapolis. MICHIGAN FIRE AND . MARINE INSUR ANCE COMPANY. Principal office, Detroit; Mich. David Whitney, Jr.. President. F. H. Whitney, Secretary. Attorney to accept ser- Tlc« In Minnesota, Insurance Commissioner. Cash capital, $400,000. . ■ . INCOME IN 1900. Premiums other than perpetuals $283,122.09 Rents and interest ..... • • 30.563.90 From all other, sources 122.21 Total income „.."..."..... $320,108.20 ; DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900. Amount paid for losses ..... $160.194 20 Dividends and interest ........ 16,000.00 Commissions, brokerage, sala ries and allowances" to agents. 86.959.53 Salaries of officers and employes 13,568.74 Taxes and fees ."... 15,210.05 All other disbursements 6,802.27 Total disbursements $304,734.79 Excess of income over dis bursements 15,373.41 ASSETS DEC. 31. 1900. Value of real estate owned $89,108...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

tar NlCiftipiATE 1 ' \Rfl * Bra lCiPk. J n| Irak fijja i / Igjft A '$ fl^K&V^ 63 -* m ft**™ ■ Bst. *ji 307 Nicollet Ay. Clearance Sale Broken Lots •* Next to Nothing Prices. Child's Storm Rubbers, «|I? A Men's Rubbers, several OCj* sizes BKc to 9>£, IOC broken lines, sizes C, 7, 11 £9E 40c quality, cut t0.......... »ww / and 12, cut t0.i.:....>... ~ w Ladies' Storm Rubbers, AA _ "en's High Cut 3-Buckle Arctics, stesrcS^.^ 3'?! 1...390 "rofSoTamr $1.00 ...• - !', .■- '. CUt tO ................ riisses;'sl.7s and $2 fine kidand B oys' School Shoes, *>* A A patent leather button, • Qfirf* sizes 3to SK, 81.50 and Si QQ tO .................... Sf ©C 81.75 quality, cut t0... ** • ■! ■v v ._ „ ,„ m. cL* .-a *~~r.A , , Men's Felt Shoes, leather soles or Ladies' Felt Shoes, kid foxed and flt , %t> m ', _ _ leather soles, good sizes, i 2 % ioodt" C 1 (Ix OL2B and BLSO quality. 75C ?uUo 1© One-half price "ww cut l 0 i .hi a»h i «, i ™™ a Hen's $3.00 and $3.50 Box Calf Ladles' H...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 22, 1901. Shoe Success of the Season. Resolution Sale or Fine Footwear Knoblauch's Arcade, 239 Nicollet Aye. and 23=25 So. Wash. Aye. 1 Ladies'rubbers, sizes 2h to Q ~ j Men's $3.00 Winter Tail and Box . 4c, worth 40c, sale price. .. SFO Calf lace, double £fc-fl Al . Ladies' storm rubbers, ** Kf* I 90le ' sale Price '•• • •■•■ " *"* worth 50c, sale price. ... %9%3%* ! Men's $4 &' $5 win-dj« Ri% Ladies'light sandal rubbers, low J ter tans, lace; price s>^»OU _ all sizes, worth 50c, sale OQg* | Men's $3.50 and $4 patent leather P"ce *P*J lace, cloth and kid tops, opera and ! Ladies' $1.50 kid button and lace, L°ndon toes sale <R1 Oil ; patent and kid tips, QR^^" 06 ..q* la^Qß broken sizes, sale price.. Ovu ; Men's $5 box calf and velour calf, , T,. -■ c- nn i en,, r -j double sole, lace, leather or cloth Ladies $0.00 and $6.00 Laird, ; i: ne d, sale price flkn AQ Schober&Co.'s patent leather lace, ' par fancy cloth tops, &<fe CA broken siz...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

12 BUTTERIOK """*! $4* "- PATTERNS I ' &' w . ■ £ Shirt Waist Flannels. ff COLLET AY i^JF &£ih~ street^ Xjtf*^ wVjtr'^- In our Woolen Department we are showing new designs and colorings in Shirt Waist Materials, the popular things for Spring wear. WM Embroidered Flannels % 85c to $1.7 Waist Patterns, in embroidered Flannels, a choice line, $4.50 to $5.50. Plain French Flannels, a great varety, in all the new shades, from 50c to 65c. Plain Scotch Flannels, 32 in. wide, all wool, $1 Silk and Wool Scotch, 36 inches wide, in checks and Stripes, 60c. \ New Suitings. rJ. For Tailor-made Suits —A complete line in our Wool en Department, the largest assortment we have ever shown. Kerseys $2.00 to $3.50 Vemetians .. $1.25 to $2.50 Melton Mixtures ...... Thibet Cloths $1.50 to $2.25 ....... $2.00 to $3.00 Tailor Suitings. Cheviots $1.25 to $2.50 ........ $2.00 to $3.00 Suit Lengths—A number of odds and ends, skirt and suit lengths, former prices $2 to if / C(\ : $2.50,t0 be closed out...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 22, 1901 About Our Busy People WHAT THEY ARE DOING Merchants In all lines of business seem to be saving their tempting offers for the flrst of the month, for 1 found very few bargains worthy of special mention this ■week. There is a fine piano for some one at the Metropolitan Music store, and the ■Dunlap hat opening at Barnaby's to-mor row will interest every man.* But there'll be a general shaking up next week and 1 can promise you some interesting price pointers as the new spring stocks are displayed. Keep an eye on this column a week from to-night. —Man for the Busy People. Quite a number of people were disap pointed last week because they didn't go down to the Metropolitan Musio store as suun as they read of the piano offer there. When a pri.-e on some instrument is cut nearly in halves for v. Saturday special. .you mustn't expect to go there Monday or Tuesday and tiud It waiting for you. While you are thinking about it soioe one else will snap up the ba...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

v A MILLION TONS TO THE GOOD Iron Ore Shipments From the Lake Superior Country—Minnesota Leads on the Water. Lake Superior iron, ora shipments for > the year 1&00 show an increase of about 1,000,000 tons over the previous season. While this is not bo great as was expected early in the year, when the activity was phenomenal, It is an excellent improve ment. The shipments for the year have been 19,330.000 gross tons, which would have been increased by a number of thou sand tons had cold weather not come sud denly and sooner than expected. There is now a good, tonnage of ore in docks and oars, and at stock piles, that should have gone forward, and would have done so but for the severe freeze of late November. The leading port for the year was Two Harbors, to which point there is but one railroad, the Duluth & Iron Range. The shipments of the various ports for the i ear have been as follows: 1899. 1900. Two Harbors, Minn 3,977,733 4,007,294 Duluth. Minn 3,509,U6f. 3,588,936 E...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1901. PROBED; THE PRISON S. D. Legislative Investigating Com mittee Sits at Sioux Falls. '* ''HIDE" FUND WAS LOOSELY KEPT Warden* Salary Increased at the Instance of a. Populist—The . - MV.v .! ~ Rabtne-Case. . Special to The Journal. Sioux .Palls, S. D., Feb. 22.—1f the work done by the legislative investigating com mittee elsewhere is as thorough as that accomplished by the investigation at the Sioux Palls penitentiary, which, has Just been-completed, there is little chance of any shortcomings on the part of any of the officials of the state institutions be ing left undiscovered. The committee com pleted its work yesterday and departed for Plankinton, where the state reform school will be investigated, after which th« committee will return to Pierre to make its report. While r the committee was here, the charges made against. .V E. Phillips, ex warden of the penitentiary, were closely investigated. Nothing of moment was dis covered until what is known ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 22 February 1901

16 HANNA AS ESCORT Precedents for the Inauguration Are Sought. COLONEL ROOSEVELT'S ESCORT The Gorgeous -. Spectacle to Be Pre sented at the Inaugural ■■ Court of Honor. Washington, Feb. 22.—Rules of prece dent have settled the disputed question as to who shall ride with President McKinley along Pennsylvania avenue on the occasion of his second inauguration. Some con tend that, in the absence of an outgoing president, the chief executive who suc ceeds himself should be accompanied by the vice president elect. Theodore Roosevelt, of New York. Others maintain with equal certainty that Senator Hanna should occupy a seat in the presidential vehicle or at least be one of those upon whom the distinction will fall. The latter are correct. The joint committee of both houses of congress, in charge of the cere monies in the senate and on the eastern portico of the capitol. have decided not to Bwerve from custom, according to which at least one, and possibly more members of the congressional co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAE PRICE TWO CENTS. CONGRESS TO NAME TERMS Program for Avoiding an Ex tra Session. M'KINLEY IS WILLING Resolution in Congress to Define Relations With Cuba. DEMOCRATS WILL CO-OPERATE Leader* in Both House* Are Xow Try in it to Carry Out This Projtrniu. From Th« Journal Bureau. Iloom 45, Fo*t . Building, Washington. Washington, Feb. 23.—Senator Platt, chairman of the committee on relations with Cuba, and Senator Spooner, a mem ber of that committee, had a long con ference with President McKinley yester day at the White House by appointment. It was a general holiday, and the presi dent usually reserves these days for him self. His departure from established cus tom has caused comment and speculation, and people who are watching Cuban de velopments with reference to their bear ing on extra session probabilities, have been assuming that the conference had to • do with the extra session matter. It turns , out to-day that they were right. The White House conference wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 23 February 1901

2 -*i plunge. I must have been drawn down -. in the vortex, for the next thing I knew I was struggling in the water. • k I became entangled in a rope and gave up all hope, when" I found myself floating on th« surface. I saw Russell Harper near me, and he i said both his legs were broken. I caught hold of his hand. He was upright in ' the water, having a life-preserver on. I then seized a piece of wreckage and soon after was rescued by Long on the raft. . . Surgeon Arthur O'Neil was picked up with one Japanese and several" Chinese passengers by the Russian ship Harbinger. The surgeon waa not injured and. he told one of the clearest stories of the disaster. He said: . .- >..;'--;. It was exactly 5:25 o'clock when we struck, as I took note of the time. by. my clock. : The ship struck with an awful crash and the blow must have torn out her entire side near the bow. She sank rapidly and was under .water in such a short time that no orderly effort could be made to launch the boats. Alm...

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