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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 July 1904

9 THE TACOMA TIMES liver) -Ironing Kxropt Sunday by Ttie Taronui Time* Publishing Company Entered st the postofflce at Tocoma, Wash., ns second-class matter. USES THE BCRIPPBMKAK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 7C3,COMMERCE STREET .. . ..TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a n«flKjßßS|^^i 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. ."^gg**^** by Carrier or by Mail. IMPROVE THIS OPPORTUNITY ■lame* t. Hill write* lo The Timnnn Times thai he will be out on the I'aclfle coast Tory s«k»ii. mid Hint he will then be MrilHßf to talk with the licoplc' of this city loiiceiniiiK the possible advent of the (Jreat Northern rplhray. He imikes do promises, but hi- wlllliißueHH to Macaw the propo sition to biinu his road to Tmooium will be noted with great interest. Tfiere Is every reason to believe that n Htrongt determined effort on the part of the citizens of Taroma to get the (Jrent Northern will not ulti mately be in vain. The Times has repeatedly pointed out the fan...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 July 1904

COMMISSIONER WELSH REJECTS YAKIMA AVENUE PING DIDS Because a mistake was made in the engineer's estimate, Commission- er Welsh this morning rejected all bids for paving Yakima avenue. The Barber Asphalt company's bid ■was $s<;,s<mi on an estimate of $59, --000. Warren Bros.' bid was $82,930 on an estimate of 184,695. On a pro rat a basis the Barber bid would have been the lowest, but as a mistake \\ ;is evident Commissioner Welsh de cided to ask for new bids, when both firms will figure on the same estimate. Commissioner Welsh this morning SAILOR DROWNED I><■ |m t y Shipping Commissioner Swift believes that Prank Lyman, the sailor who deserted from the ship Henry Failing last Tuesday night, was drowned in trying to make his ■way to the shore. As was stated In last Saturday* Times, Lyman was signed to make the trip from here to Sydney, Australia, where he was to be paid off and released. He was taken to the boat and placed under orders, and evidently changed his mind and ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 July 1904

4 TIE VOTE IN COUNCIL HAN6S UP THE NEW TELEPHONE FRANCHISE Vonradt Glblett, Hawley, Hoc nig, Lamborn, Whit man and Wright Vote to Keep $1,000,000 Capital Out of Tacoma—Don't Want Up.tO'Date Automatic Phones Borne of the members of the city council don't want to see Tacoma get out of the rut and break away from the ' mots-covered one corporation Idea j On the.proposition to indefinitely postpone further action on the ordi nance granting a franchise to the In dependent Telephone company last bight, there was a tie vote, seven voting for and seven against the mo tion. « That leaves the .matter Just where It was before it was taken up by the council in committee of the whole last night. Those who -voted in favor of in definite postponement were Conrad, Giblett, Hawley, Moving, Lamborn, Whitman and Wright. Those in fa vor of granting the franchise were ChrJetoffeisen, Martenls, Read, Role*, Richards, Ba>m*on and Usher. When the council resolved Itself Into j a committee of the whole F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. XO. !Hl>. ROOSEVELT ACCEPTS NOMINATION • IN A CHARACTERISTIC SPEECH Reviews Work of Republican Party and Outlines Future Policy Villagers Not Allowed to '\ i .' # Hear Speech OYSTER BAY, July 27.—Presi dent Roosevelt was officially notified today of his nomination for president at the hands of the Republican na tional convention, by the convention's notification committee, headed by Speaker Cannon. Owing to a decision made by Sec retary Loeb, who had doubtless con eulted with the president, the towns people at large were not permitted to visit Sagamore hill to listen to tn* speeches. This prohibition caused a good deal of bard feeling among the people. Cannon Makes Speech. Speaker's Cannon's speech in con veying the convention's message to Ore president was extemporaneous and thoroughly characteristic of the Illinois statesman. He said in part: "Ttie Republican party under your leadership has kept its record. From the beginning under Lincoln of d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 July 1904

■", a.. THE TACOMA TIMES __ Kvrry Kvrning BfOSff4 Sunday l»y Th« Tnrniua Time* I'ulili-Mnj: Company red at the postoftVe at Tacomn, Wash., as second class matter. PfBS THE BCRJPPI . rKLBORAPHTC NEWS SKKVICE. OFFICE, 7«8 COMMERCE gTRBBT '. . . .TELEPHONK MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a „l iljß^BH^irt 2& ceuts " Month, 93 a Year, ■>, by Carrier or by Mall. *>? Carrier or by Mail. THE SOUL OF SERVICE Rather an amusing reason is given by Anna B. Doughton as to why young girls' wages still remain so much lower than young men's, when the same work is accomplished and in quite as good a manner. •'S«ldoiii," she says, "does a girl work with any idea of permanency, Ond often the brighter and more capable flic is the sooner da Dg man find that her qualifications are just what he wauls in I wife. indeed, ii is a fact," says the philosopher, "that many employer! haw found it useless to train good looking, capable girla ia any ■pedal lines, ;tiM when they are fitted for the requi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 July 1904

ARBITRATORS EFFECT ANOTHER - CONFERENCE TO END STRIKE CHICAGO, July 27.—At 2 o'clock this afternoon the state board of ar bitration, after another conference with the nnion leaders, succeeded in getting an agreement with the labor men to again meet the packers, tenta SHOOTS WOMAN THEN HIMSELF PUEBLO, Col., July 2 7. —John Anderson, a well known citizen, shot and killed Mrs. J. J. Aftley, a di vorced woman, today, and then com mitted suicide. Jealousy was the cause of the tragedy. PARTY LEADERS VISIT PARKER ESOPTS, N. V., July 27.—The Democratic national committeemen and other prominent Democrats, numbering in all Cl, arrived hero at 2:15 this afternoon, and were driven to Rosemont in a long line of car riages. Among the first to alight from the train were David B. Hill and August and Perry Belmont. BANK CLOSES ITS DOORS. GRTNNELL, la., July 27. —The First National bank closed its doors today. The liabilities are $500,000. SHAWMUTS COURSE MAY BE CHANGED Since the report of the captur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 July 1904

« TACOMA TRADES COUNCIL BAILS ON ROOSEVELT TO INTERVENE f;.:," The following : resolutions, were Adopted by, the Taroma Trades Coun cil at its regular meeting, July 25, iKQi:'!-' «"-.v. ■ ■ -■..-■■ ~ "I.'.' -' '• Whereas, Conditions In : Colorado b»ve reached a stage .where thouß- v «naß "of the-citisens of ", that 'com monwealth have been'and are now ' .being *. denied tln-ir . coiisUmuot.i;tl lights, their" Ifves * endangered and ~-~: property destroyed,' tbeir: homes .; broken up and the fathers and hus f , bands exiled by ' force of. arms and T 'opportunity denied for. recourse to the regular constituted courts of jus . tire; and' *; :_ "Whereas," Many citizens have been forbidden the right to earn their live lihood in the Mid state of Colorado, . solely because of their affiliation wrth „■ labor organizations, as evidenced by the'unwarranted and unlawful clos ing of the Portland mine, the d« ;. atnratioa of the plant of the: Victor "'^ Daily Record and . many, other illegal ' a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 July 1904

Independent in Atf Things VOI-. 1. NO. 1»». ASSASSINATION OF M. YON PLEHWE SIS RUSSIAN EMPIRE TO CORE Revolutionary Conspirators Wreak Dire Vengeance on Minister of the Interior-Blown to Moms While Driving in His Carriage by Bomb Explosion (BULLETIN.) ST. I'KTKKKHIi+Mi. July M.—M. 1 Durnuvo lias been appointed minister of the interior tcmpoi atily to succeed M. Fteftwe, ST. PETERSBURG, July 28.—-M. Yon Plehwe, minister of the interior, was assassinated at 10:55 this morn ing, whrJe driving to visit the czar. i lie official version of the assassin ation says the minister was alone in the carriage when the bomb was thrown by an assassin, who came from a hotel. The minister was thrown to the pavement and 20 persons were in jured, including the assassin. A post mortem examination revealed no wounds on Plehwe's body itself, but the lower jaw was broken. Death is attributed to the shock. ■ACCOUNTS OP TRAGEDY VARY; ASSASSIN SAID TO BE A JEW LONDON, July 28.—Accounts of the assassination of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 July 1904

■ THE TACOMA TIMES Kvery Kvonlng K\rcp« Sunday by The Taroma Times Publishing Company Entered at the poatofflco at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ~ USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE). OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET. .........TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six Cent« a ii^jSßfcin 25 cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. °^gg^^ by Carrier or by Mall. THE VALUE OF HOPE Ik aboiif !lu care-free days of childhood. Why do we remember those days with such delight? Was It bo muse we had nothing to do but play? No. Many of us had errands and chores that'kept us busy from morning until night, It was not idleness that gave us happiness. What, then, is ih, ; ,< ict of the happiness of childhood? The question is answered in one word. Hope. As children we hoped for something new, something better tomor row than.the good that came today. Or If today chanced to have more of tears than of smiles we hoped for a brighter tomorrow. i liilclr.-n we believe in p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 July 1904

DRAWS $10,000 PRIZE IN LAND LOTTERY CHAMBERLAIN, S. D., July 28.— William McCorlDlck, an old Midler of Lancaster Pa., drew the first prize, worth 110,000, in the great Rosebud land lottery this morning. An im- COMMERCE ST. BLOCK SOLD A real estate deal of considerable magnitude was recorded today in the auditor's office when George W. Van derbilt and Edith Stuyvesant Van derbiit, his -wife, conveyed to the Piuific Trust company of Tacorna a block of land 30x100 feet, situated on Commerce street, ror a considera tion of J50.000. The building on the property is occupied by the Standard House Fur nishing company and the transfer is made subject to the right of the com pany to occupy the premises accord ing to its lease, which extends five yean from November, 1902. COSTLY SALVE FOR WOUNDED FEELINGS The federal court jury at noon re turned a verdict in favor of the de fendant in the case of J. C. Petitl against he Northern Pacific Railway company. The plaintiff alleges that he was unlawf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 28 July 1904

4 INDEPENDENT FRANCHISE WINS FIRST BOUT IN CITY COUNCIL rsHii: JkXU whitman CHANGE . i i:.(\i __ CO.VRAI), «!UI.UTT, HAWI.I \. HiUVKJ, LAMBOKN, i >m i; AX!> WIUGHT VOTE TO I'OSTI'OXK. Some surprises were sprung In the round! meeting laet night when the Independent telephone franchise came up for consideration. As soon as Clerk Roys finished reading the ordinance. Councilman Conrad made ■Bother effort in gel an 'indefinite postponement. His motion to post pone was lost by a vote of 9 to 7. Those who voted to hang up the franchise were Conrad, Glblett, Haw ley, Etaealf, Lamborn,, Usher and Wright. When Caller voted for the postponement of the matter a .look ol surprise appeared on the faces or come of the councilmen. At the com- TIGERS FIND PORTERS EASY Pacific Coast Loagne Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma ........ 2 0 1.000 Seattle ............ 2 0 1.000 Los Angeles 1 l .500 Oakland.... l l .600 San Francisco ...... I) 2 .000 Portland ........... 0 2 .00 0 Ov< rail wi pltt&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 July 1904

Independent | in Ail Things | VOL. 1. \<>. »iii. POUT ARTHUR IS CAPTURED (\K\Vs: BY \VU!I:IKSB.) ' SHAX<IIIAI, 4ull> —A dUpaUh from Wei-Hrti-VVei toriHrms the <|ji-' •• foo»dispa^t-hes* and; report^ cff^thV tap* , ture'of^l'ort^ Arthur. ■■?s •vi'*rT-""t?' . .' M>i-Hai-WH has On- BHtish Wire-' STEAMER ARABIA FRDM PORTLAND TAKEN TO VLADIVOSTOK FOR TRIAL Vessel May be Released but Russia Claims Part o Cargo is Contraband-Uncle Sam, However Will Have Something to Say in the Matter—Calchas May be Safe (BULLETIN.) WASHINGTON, D. C, July 29.— At today's cabinet meeting «-on.si<l eration of the recent development* of the Russo-Japanese war relative to the seizure of contraband shipped from the United States made a fruit ful topic. A disposition was mani fested to go slow about making pro tents to Hi. Petersburg in the rase of the Arabia until the fact* were as certained. STKAMKR FROM PORTLAND IN RUSSIAN PORT VLADIVOSTOK, July 29.— German steamship Arabia, chartered by a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 July 1904

.'S;- TH! >MA TIMES •^ *»X v?r yii% '/n Inn* tftcrrpt BwCky bT, .oma \ Time* I'ublliililn* r«inp my ~;J?.ot?icd >"S L .»sh., c* aero»<lfla«a maU-r. ERVICIB KPHONE MAIN 7 "f^Tone■Cc£^&^B |*i5 :cSi",,*^C^KS^ '%*^«o.\m » Month, $3 a Year, \V f :^M. Carrt4^-»r by; Mall , <y>aSßSg^<f c/ Carrier or by Mail. < PUBLIC EYEJS UPOfS'-.THEM -V! 1 ?}!***!}"* c.ltll!' inß' lnc^ng.both those who want and those who >^tfe^tot4iSß^-«*4MBiV^<rj»tx^?f»h<>ne company to do bunlnesa In Tacoma, ajr^edjUpon one thlnjr/^and/that l».-*»at certain councHmen seem " qiilie nnxlou* lo ear the Uvep "<" Sunset Telephone company. .■'■•'• Four:-of:ih^s<jjti-»«rSfimed Hawley, Glblett, Conrad and Wright. Js«'ver«l fother« hove been noticed ducklns and bowing obsequiously to Mtnttger Sand? of the Sunset, but whether with a spirit of expects licm or Is,due to n natural born serfility of disposition, is not yet clear. . ...Tho public eye is closely.scrutinizing: Hawley, Glblett, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 July 1904

TACOMA CITIZENS APPEAR TODAY BEFORE THE MARINE COMMISSION The final session in Tacoma of the congressional commission on mer chant marine was held this morning at 10 o'clock at the Chamber of Com merce. An hour and a half was oc cupied by the commission in taking testimony. Captain Sid Burley of the Tacoma Tug & Barge company; O. J. H. Swift, deputy shipping commission er; Captain John C. Barr; C. S. Eaton, Olympia; J. T. Steeb, steve dore; C. W. Wiley, marine superin tendent of Boston Steamship com pany; Dave Evans, sailors' boarding house keeper; Captain J. N. Ross, collier San Mateo; Henry Hewitt and J. W. Linck were interrogated by the commission. The session was highly interesting and information of much value was brought forth. The commission left the city at 1 o'clock this afternoon for Portland, Ore. Captain Hurley's Idea Captain Sid Burley presented to the commission his idea of building up the merchant marine, and com pared the wages of the American with those of forei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 29 July 1904

I TROUBLE OVER BALDIE CHILDREN The disappearance or the two chl! tfren of Mr. and M- i H. Baldie came near being the cause of a Ban- nary affair late"yesterday'{attcr ; Boon. DatectlVe 'Joy, * who 1 1* em- I ployed by the Northwest Detective agency, . wen nccosted bygone. Potts, who Is' alleged to" be' in ?'the employ of Baldie, and threatened withibodlly ■ barm if he did. not produce the cbll j, <Jren. Detective Joy called the bluff and Potts backed water. Later, Joy reported' the affair to W. iW. Win | gard. manager of, the Northwest De , tftt-iv.. agency,- and ; together ; they i called 011 * Potts to * find out ' where CHAMPIONS ARE STILL ON TOP INcittr roast League Htnndlng. * ", Won. Lost. pit. fat-onia .»'.......... i 3 0 i ,000 battle ....'.;.......*3 ' 0 1.000 Oakland ........... ,2.1 68!! Los Angeles. . 1 2 .3315 Ban Francisco ...... 0 3 .000 Tort land '......*..... 0 3 .000 In Heven Innings of nip ainl-t urk i Dg the Champions pulled out vfotorioui again yesterdaj by a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 July 1904

Independent in All Things VOL, 1. SO. JOS. MALDNY'S MYSTERIOUS METHOD OF SECURING THE CITY'S SHARE OF THE 6AMBLERB' PROFITS Ficticious Names Are Placed on Record to Hide the Offenders-Mayor Wright and Chief JSKalony Only Know the Intricacies ofTacoma's "Fining" System-Slot Machine Business Also Kept Secret The premiums paid by gamblers, disorderly women and the operators of slot machines into the city^treas nry for July privileges aggregate t8»7?0, as compared with $3,330 during June, and $2,7»5 for May. The revenues derived from the fallen women during the three months Since Mayor Wright and Chief Ma lony instituted their system have varied slightly, the amount for May being $1,035, for June $1,000, and for July $1,t>90. The fines imposed upon trade Clot machiries have remained sta tionary 3round $255. Where the Gain Critic From. The big increase in the "open town" revenues during the three months has come principally from the installation of money-paying slot machines, owned an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 July 1904

Bsnmmm i i THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Bandar by The Tmcoom Times Publishing Company ... Entered at the postotßce at Tacotna, Wash., m second class natter. USES THE SCRIPTS TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCH STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cants a ..j^fSflL*- 28 cents a Month, *3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. c^jggg!s3 E> by Carrier or by Mall. What are we, the American people, up agaitißt? In the past the great political parties have presented the public, ev ery four years, with platforms of principles which have sharply diverged and have consequently stirred up strife and enthusiasm. Hut this year? You can hardly tell which is the Republican and Which the Democratic platform, unless you look closely at the label. Thei are a s mm h uliko, practiealiy, as two pea* out of a pod The money fight lias been ah*adoae4a Imperialism deMMi'l cut much Ice, and evon ■vet tht- Paaasna canal thoro is no real divergency of oi)inlon. It has come dow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 July 1904

11. &P. PULLS OFF LITTLE JOKE With its usual consideration for the convenience of the public, Hie T. R. & P. company changed tiie Hchpoul* on the Pohit Defiance car line and gave but little, if any, no tiV« of the change. Until Tuesday nigrht the last car hag been le'avlng the park at 8:30. After that time the cars ran only as far as the smelter. Beginning Tuesday the 9:150 car to the park was taken off. Peo- MINER SHOOTS DOWN THREE RESORT, Idaho, July 30. —Ru dolph Witter, a miner, entered Jack flairs cabin on Thursday and shot and killed L, Water and Christopher I..ing, and wounded Lang's 14-year old son. The shooting was unprofoked. Witter fled into the underbills',!. He was captured yesterday at tUe (iolden Rule mining camp and taken to jail at Lewiston. Dick Fraser, the 15-year-old boy mho was accidentally shot while cele brating the Fourth of July on Vaslion island, died at 2:30 yesterday after * noon at the Fannie Paddock hospital. COMPILING EVIDENCE IN WHITE RIVER CA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 30 July 1904

t MR. CAMPBELL SAYS HE WOULD PROSECUTE THE GAMBLERS, BUT HASN'T BEEN LEGALLY ASKED Statement by the County Attorney Which Flatly Contradicts One Made to The Times by C. R. Miller County Attorney Campbell Isn't satisfied with the statements recently made to The Time* by C. R. Miller, regarding, the failure of the prone cutors office to bring proceedings against F. H. Baldle, thf slot ma rhino owner who has a monopoly in this city. " Mr. Campbell Rays: "The truth of the whole matter i* that E. L. Mead, who was the owner of 18 slot ma chines,' came to my'office'and wanted complaints. Issued against flve men operating slot machines lit- speci fied; five saloons where these ma chines were in DM and wanted the proceedings commenced immediately. I made; out the complaints on his Information and then began to ques tion him as to his motives in bringing the prosecutions. Why llr It«fusc<l Mead. "He told me that he had 18 ma chines of his own and had bees pre vented from using them by city...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 1 August 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. _. NO. If*",. BATTLE IS RAGING AT HAICHENG GEN. KELLER REPORTED KILLED Kuropatkin Notifies the Czar of Another Reverse—Gen. Oku's Army Presses Forward (BULLETIN.) LONDON, -Aug. —Reiner's agen cy lias received a dispatch asserting thai General Kuropatkin's east front or right flank has been turned by tiie Japanese. GENERAL KELLER REPORTED KILLED BY BURSTING SHELL ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 1. —A big battle is in progress at Haicheng. General . Keller, commanding the Russian forces in the action, is re ported to have been killed by a burst ing shell. GENERAL BARON KELLER, General Kuropatkin's report to the czar, however, leaves the result of the fight in doubt, and makes no mention of General Keller's death. It says: Forced to Retire. "On .fitly 31 the Japanese army re newed its attack on our southern front. The Russian rear guard offer ed a stubborn resistance until the ASSASSIN EXPIRES SEALED LIPS ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. I.—The assassin of Minister Yon Plehve d...

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