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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

Page Five PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 15, 1905. pany, ami is a young man nigniy es teemed in the community, possessed of sound business qualifications. The bride has been the assistant secretary of the Mount Union Consolidated Mining company, and is a young woman of charming personality. Their friends MAGNIFICEN I The Social Mirror I ASH FORK here wish them much joy and happi ness in their new relation. Personal. Mrs. W. II. Doyle arrived from Den "And here November smiles in rcbcs of green, And woos sweet summer-for bis cious queen, And treads her flower-paved v:-;,-3 with sr-i'.tr.g face; And unto ii r his scepter givclh place; And so our year is one long summer time, Nor growc'! - Id; 'tis June in its fair prime." The past v.cek has been an unusually quiet one with hardly the diversion of a card club. Hallowe'en celebrations of last week were numerous and jolly, which probably accounts for the lull of the past few days. Next week, how ever, is full of pleasant anticipations, and amon...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

Page Si.v PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 15, igoq. FREDERICK S. NAVE IS ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. (From Wednesday's Daily.) "Word reached this city by wire last evening of the appointment of Frederick S. Nave, United States attorney for Arizona, to the position of judge of the fifth judicial district of Arizona, embracing the counties of Gila and Graham. Judge Nave, who was born in Lewis Center, Ohio, on January 7, 1S73. His father was a minister of the Metho dist church, and was appointed to the position of chaplain in the United States army in 1SS2. He served in that capacity in the regular army un til last April, when he retired. He is now a resident of Los Angeles, and is tlie author of a digest of the Bible, which has had a large sale. Frederick S. Xave lived in his youth in various army posts of the United States. His education began in the iigU school of Omaha, where his fath er was stationed at Fort Omaha. He graduated from that institution, and later entered the Ohio Weslcyan uni versity...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

Page Seven INDICTMENT METROPOLITAN ALSO AIDED CAMPAIGN MANAGERS RUSSIA IS TRANQUIL EXCEPT IN POLAND :n ELECT FRAUD PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 15. 1905. FOUN ION S Campaign Against Tammany' Law Breakers Begins With A Dozen Arrests NEW YORK, Nov. 10 Ten indict ments for violations of the election law, and two for assaults committed at the polls at the election last Tuesday were drawn up today by the grand jury. It is said tonight that Attorney eneral Mayer and State Superintend ent of Elections Morgan havo instituted a searching investigation of the alleged' . i- 1 V " 1 '11 1 i ' election irauus, wmcn wm uu contin ued until the legislature meets. Mor gan and the attorney general examined a number of witnesses in connection with the frauds, and also conferred with Henry E. Yonge, special counsel! of Hearst, and d iscussed plans to S prosecute the persons against whomj charges may be brought. j Mutilated Ballots Found. ) Two ballot boxes were found in ai "NTPW VHP PT 'Viw in TJinTinilci n...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 15 November 1905

Page Eight PRESCOTT ARIZONA, NOV. 15, 1905. COURT DISPOSES OF MANY CIVIL GASES Calendar Arranged For The Current Term Some Cases Dismissed And A Number Continued 10 IS FATALLY FELL DOWN SHAFT BIG BOD! OF ODE I ED Accident to Peter V. Sorenson On Sunday II TOE KEYSTONE E Dies Last Evening At The Hospital In Prescott A large number of cases -were dispos cd of Monday in the district court, many being continued for the term, some dismissed, and others placed upon the calendar for trial. Joseph Dougherty vs. Dan O'Boyle and Ellen Osenburg, intervenor, dis missed. Katie McKinnon vs. Colin Timmons Continued for the term. Hugh McCrum, vs. Alfred Quetu, administrator of the estate of T. G Barlow Massicks, deceased Continued . for the term. Maud M. Clifford vs. the Arizona Eastern and Montana Mining Co. Continued for the term. V alter S. Logan et al vs. the Arizona, Eastern and Montana Mining Co, Continued for the term. A. E. Pitkin vs. James Shirley Continued for the term Samuel Hill vs. Jam...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1905. Forty-Second Year. Wishes to Retire From the Cabinet But Will Remain Until End of Congress SOON KNOW HIS ECRETARY SHAW MAY NEGRO ASSASSIN TO ASPIRE TO TH PRESIDENCY FATE Killed a Mother and Four Children In Texas And Narrowly Escaped Lynching WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 Shaw -will Temain as secretary of the treasury un til the conclusion of the approaching session of Congress, and perhaps for several months longer. It has been understood that Shaw expected to retire from the Cabinet about the first of February or sooner, with the view of greater freedom in promoting his candidacy for the Re- publican Presidential nomination, al though the secretary himself has nev er announced his intention to be a can didate. After an interview between Shaw that at the urgent request of the Presi dent, Shaw consented to continue as secretary of the treasury until the close of the ap proaching session...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

, Page Two PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 22. 1905. ARE DETERMINED TO PUNISH OWENS (From Friday's Daily.) ! Another sensational chapter has been added to the Sadie Easley case the woman who was secreted in the romantic recesses of J Granite Dells for a week some time ago, and who successfully evaded the officers and later escaped to some sequestered spot in the vicinity of Wickenburg, riding all the way on horseback dressed in men's clothes, and whom the officers now believe to be out of the country. J. "Williams Owens of Wickenburg, who is believed by the officers to be responsible in a manner for depriving them of their quarry, was J. taken into custody last evening on a writ of detention, and the she I riff of Maricopa county is expected here this morning to convey J him to Phoenix, where an effort will be made to fasten upon him leg- ally the offense of which he is charged. Owens' arrest comes as the sequel of the failure of the Yavapai County Grand Jury to indict f him. He was arreste...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 22, 1905. Page Three JOTJBNAL-MTNER ON THE CABPET. Managing Editor Cited for Contempt of Court for Publishing News of Grand Jury Doings. What proved to be a revelation to the citizens of Prescott as an evidence or journalistic enterprise and incident' ally shocked the grand jury, was the exclusive publication in the Journal Miner yesterday of a number of in dictments that had been found by that inquisitorial body. In California the publication of such news is not an unusual occurrence, and excites no particular comment, but in Prescott, where fossilized methods of journalism have prevailed for a long period, the Journal-Miner's story of a portion of the record of tho grand jury's deliberative actions occasioned some resentment. It was a journalistic event that was a little too advanced, it appears, for some who have not awak ened to the fact that the "world do move"; that this is an age of electricity and progress; of individual effort and human achievement, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

Page Four ' PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 22, 1905. Tke Arizona Jo urn al-M mer Oldest Paper in Arizona. EstablishedlMarch 9, J864. PUBLISHED BY Wic JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY J. W. MILNES, Editor anl Manager. The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out reguiarly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. Xntered at the Post Office, Prescott, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. THAT CONTEMPT CASE A COMMENT FROM PHOENIX. (From the Phoenix Republican.) The Journal-Miner of Prescott has shaken up the dry bones of that town with up-to-date journalism. The other morning the Journal-Miner came out with the report of the grand j...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 22, igo5. Page Five PREFERS MARRIED LIFE TO THE ARMY. Kaception to Pastor. Tho past wck has been one lorjr to be remembered in the annals of so-:-ty, for every day or evening -was disting uished by some pretty function. Hie largest and nost successful event l:s ing a recc:ii on on Monday night Mrs. G. E. Meany; the Misses Freder icks, Gussie Haible, Emma Dutcher, Helen Meany, Olive Fisher, Luella Chilson, Helen Adams, Maude Xorris, Amy Xelson and Jean Blanchard. the home tv Watts, wh-.-Ladies' A:i number of ir A Complimentary Affair. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. De Witt aiajor and Mrs. J. AL and Miss McNeelv the -h.irn,in.r ;t 1.11c niumuurs 01 me ors at Fort Whipple, were the hon- society invited a large 0red guests at a delightful function at finds to meet Rev. Wheat- the home of Mrs. Dixon. TAcnnt 1 r it.. r i f . , . I V "i- -..inouisi cnurcn ana ins La France roses were .-ittract.vnl- .-r. ..... o uuiii xx ocioc ine ranged throughout tho home, and pretty h...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

Page Six PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 22, 190s. GRAND JURY. (From Wednesday's Daily.) Although the grand jure- will not K I TrJ TITJT TPlWirT 1 1 Tl T 1 I 1 M I i I ' 1 1 1 T II ug, uuu win nut inane lis iiuui rcpuri. mtil after the close of a session that J 111 ' 1 , H 1 . s scheduled for tonight, the Journal- )ody, despite the fact that its mem bers are sworn to absolute secrecy, ind the same seal of silence is placed llilll LIII1 1111. Ill L11I1 UinLlILL aLLUlUCV sheriff's office. As forecasted yesterday, James P. Sias has been indicted for embezzle ment while acting as a bookkeeper for ex-Sheriff Jos. L Roberts. John Skaggs was also indicted for the murder of George Clark, there be ing nineteen witnesses examined by the grand jury. More startling yet is the news that Sadie Easley, Mrs. Cora Olin and F. Peterson have also been indicted, the first named for an assault with intent to kill, and the last two for aiding in her escape from the officers. Pete Abcyia, of Jerome, who shot Juau...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

Page Seven MORE REVELATIONS IN THE INSURANCE "HERALD" ARTICLE IS KlhMA WukKMKN WIS BRANDED AS FALSE TO BREAK THE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, NOV. 22. 1905. SCANDAL Money Paid By Equitable To Quiet Commission In California NEW YORK, Nov. 17 With the end of the morning session today Sen ator Armstrong's committee on i surance investigation finished a 'week of service which has not been eclipsed since the investigation was inaugurat ed. Tho witnesses have been most important, including the "big guns of the financial world as well as in the insurance business. Early in the week Hyde was examined and made charges against Harriman and Odcll, who successively appeared and denied Hyde's statements, and Hyde being recalled, reaffirmed his testimony. Depew was heard, and when the ses sion was opened today it was expect ed that before the day was over Sen ator Piatt would be called. He is wanted to testify as to the collection of contributions to political funds by insurance companies, Odell having tes...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 22 November 1905

Page Eight PRESCOTT ARIZONA, NOV. 22, 1905. in m in wr (From Sunday's Daily.) :sitL23 .rrescoil. George Waddc-11 is in town from his ining camp in the Connor creek scc- at 'Em All Come. Tom Anderson, cattleman from tnu stains from Hunt. v Ed. Golightly returned yesterday UUl UU VJlI t'llSIVC JiUllllXlg Lp 1U me from Walker. C. C. Stukey, thc Walker mining an and men-taut, came in last even ts from tlmf Imsi- inmti Welcome Visitor. F. B. Emory, superintendent of tne ome Bun mine on Groom creek, was Prescott visitor yesterday. ack from "Walker. A. J. Doran has returned from isiness trip to the Walker section, Birre he has valuable mining interests. caches School. Miss Mary C. Miller, who has charge the Groom creek school this season, sit. saves for Mines. J. S. Ross left for his mines in the 'ack Canyon district yesterday with small force of men to resume dcvel Cir?t work. a Business. Max J. AV-us, the merchant of Ma: n, w;xs in town yesterday on a bnsi- ;s -s'sit. He nppears to bo ve...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

T T MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS. Pioneer Paper of Arizona. . PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 6, 1905. Forty-Second Year. ARIY-NAVY FOOTBALL GAME ENDS IN A TIE . President Roosevelt Receives Greater Ovation Than Punters I"!" vvvvvvvvvv PBEVIOUS GAMES 1S90 Xavy, 24; Army, 0. 1891 Army, 32; Xavy, 10. 1592 Navy, 12; Army, 4. 1593 Navy, C; Army, 4. 1S99 Army, 17; Navy 5. ,.T..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..I..T..:..I, 1 -T..T, 11 PBIXCETOX, Dec 2 Amy 6, Navy 6. While the Army and Xavy football game today was probably one of the most exciting events ever played be tween the two institutions, it was sim ply a side show to the social football event of the season. Twenty-five thou sand saw the game. From all sections of the United States came spectators who ordinarily would not travel a score of miles to see a football game. 1'his was doubtless brought about by the fact that President Roosevelt was to be present. Xear the close of the first, half the Army got the ball-on the "Navys...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

Page Twe PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 6. 1905. (in news m Mff (From Saturday's Daily.) Here from Jerome. George Merritt was in the city yester dav from Jerome. A McCabe Visitor. W. H. Spangle, a well known McCabe miner, is in the city. Buns a Hotel. "W. E. Comer, the Walker hotel man, is in the city on business. To Visit at Jerome. Mrs. L. M. Jackson left for Jerome yesterday on a visit with friends. Beturns from Visit. E. Rautman has returned from a visit "with his family in southern California. Attending Court. B. Cannon, a business man from Martinez, is in the city on court busi ness. Vagrants Sentenced. City Recorder McLane sentenced four vagrants to sixty days each yes terday. Anltman Visitor. Fred Stephens, the Aultman mer chant and miner, is in the city on business. Stockman Here. Walter Cline, stockman 'from Camp Wood and Walnut creek tions is in the city. the sec- Business Trip. W. A. Kent, the Poland mining man, came in from his camp yesterday on a short business visit. To ftta...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 6, 1905. Page Three1 T SET FIE BY Made A Mistake And Shot The Wrong Man Murderer Abeyta Gets Twenty Years In Prison (From Uatcrday's Daily.) The jury in the case of AVilliam OH pliant, charged with the shooting of Henry Olea, a Mexican, at Congress on August 24 last, after two hours and a half deliberation last evening, rendered a verdict of not guilty. "I am glad that it is over," said the defendant to a Journal-Miner represen tative last night after the jury re turned its verdict exonerating him. "It was certainly a mistake on my part. I took Henry Olea to be Jose Maria, one of the men who made such a desperate attempt on my life at Crown King one night last summer, and I didnt' know the difference until after the shooting," he said. It appeared from the evidence that Henry Olea and a Mexican boy drove into the town of Congress on the night of August 24 last, and AVilliam Oli phant who was deputy sheriff there, in the dim light of the night, thought he reco...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

Page Four PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 6, 1905. Ike A: 1-Mi: Tit T .nzona ournai-ivimer Oldest Paper in Arizona. EstablishcdIMarch 9, J 864. PUBLISHED BY JOURNAL-MINER PUBLISHING COMPANY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY WHY PUT OFF YOUE CHRISTMAS SHOPPING? J. W. MILNES, Editor and Manager. UMIOIABa The JOURNAL-MINER will be continued until ordered stopped. Bills are sent out regularly, and subscribers are requested to pay the same promptly. Subscribers who desire the paper stopped at any time are urgently requested to send notice to this office and pay up the amount due. Catered at the Post Office, Prescott, Arizona, as mail matter of the second class. TERMS: Daily, per year $9.00 ,, month 75 Weekly, per year 2.50 . Six months 1.50 Three months 1.00 Payable in Advance. THANKSGIVING DAY. Thursday, November 30, is the day set apart for a public mani festation of rejoicing for the blessings .showered upon us in the last year. There has never been a period in any...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

PRESCOTT. ARIZONA, DEC 6, 1905. Page Five NEW BIG PLANT FOB THE PITTSBURG- IE Operations To Resume On A Larger Scale Manager Cochrane Tells Of Conditions In The East (From Sunday's Daily.) "Do you know that the people back east who are interested in the mining business are better posted on the resources of this county and what is being done here than many of the resi dents of this city," said D. S. Coch rane, general manager of the Pittsburg Arizona Mining company, who has just returned from a trip to Pittsburg, Pa., to a Journal-Miner representative yesterday. "It seemed to me when I was back there that all the investing public are interested in Arizona, and what is be ing .done here, and a great many are getting wise, as the saying goes, on mining investments, so that the pro moters of wild cat schemes from the west have a harder time than formerly in placing stocks of companies that have no properties of merit," he said. "Our company has purchased and shipped while I was in Pitts...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 6, iqos. Page Six twt? T.TmnES . AEB TAPPED BY TUNNEL. (From Wednesday's Daily.) "We are now in a distance of 1700 feet on the Dillon tunnel, and going ahead at the rate of from two to three fort ner dar." said G. W. Hull, pre sident of the Cleopatra Mining com pany, to a Journal-Minor representa tive yesterday evening, at the Burke hotel, after returning from a business visit to the Big Bug mining district, where he has extensive mining inter ests. "We have about 1C00 feet more to run before we tap the shaft on the 'SS hut tta inect to strike the 'SS ledce' in the nest 300 feet," he con tmued. "We opened up five ledges so far in the tunnel, and sunk a winze on one vein to a depth of 100 feet, from which we extracted 1200 tons of very rich ore, principally sulphide of copper, he said. In the course of the conversation it ms iparaed from him that a body of ore sampling as high as $70 in gold and from 50 to 00 per cent in copper -was found in one of the ledges ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, DEC. 6. 1905. Page Seven GREAT CHIEFS VISIT RIZONA RED MEN Reception lioaee, John Banquet to the Great Inco Cherry, and the Great Chief of Records, Wilson Brooks John W. Cherry, Great Ineolionee of the Great Council of the United States of the Improved Order of Bed Men, and Wilson Brooks, Greal Chief of Becords of the same organization, ar rived here Fridn on an official visit with the f ri-ui chiefs of this re servation. They -were greeted on their arrival at tlie depot from Los An geles by a large delegation of mem bers of the order, -which included pro minent chiefs from McCabe, Congress, Jerome and this city. The great chiefs were escorted to the Oddfellows ' halt, where a joint council of Zuni 2fo. C and Hiawatha council Xo. 3 of ciples the practice of social friendship, unselfish charity, and American free dom, blending its purposes into the glorious motto: "Our Flag, our Coun try, our Fellow-man. " Teaching that patriotism, -which is the solid growth of all...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Arizona journal-miner. — 6 December 1905

PRESCOTT ARIZONA, DEC. 6, 1905. 1 (in hews in jjiiiiiwww (From Sunday's Daily.) Gone to Kingman. A.'ory T. G. Xorris left yesterday 1 .i-Klnm.in on a professional viit. t-v.u.T6f)&.;K'ltt Eoard of Supervisors.' The regular monthly meting of the r2 of supervisors will take place on "Cay next. A Teacher's Trip. Miss Xi ,tie Tharp, school teacher at .7 rone Junction, spent yesterday in the city on business. :ght iH i 1 fC 1 i s 1 & 1 Raises Big Apples. ILury 'lay is in town from his SIru'l valley ranch, which has a fine crop of apides this season. From the Bradshaws. G. L. Cowan, a miner from the Brad shaw mountain district, is spending a few days in this city on business. Noted Hunter in Town. Joe Drew, the rancher and hunter from the Walnut creek section, is spending a fcw days in the city. From the Bradshaws. G. L. Cowan, a miner from the Brad shaw mountain district, is spending a few days in this city on business. Eeported HI. IL IL Cartter, one of the oldest of the old tim...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizona Journal-Miner
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