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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 August 1904

c THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE.. OFFICE. 70S COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ffiflfjß-fc^. 25 cents * Month, *3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. "^JJSSu**^ by Carrier or by Mall. WHY THE TIMES PROSPERS The Tacoma Times Is the only paper in the city that prints ALL of (lie new*. It plays no favorites. It'suppresses nothing worth knowing. .The community has found the fact out during tile last seven months. Yesterday (be chief of police wasn't civil to The Time-. He was mail as a hornet. So were -..me other people around tho city hull, Including .Mayor Wright. Why? Because Tin- Times had been printing NEWS .-riling the protection given by the police to violators of lan In this city. The gam blers, of course. The Times had given a list of the assumed names nu clei which the Ramblers were ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 August 1904

GERMANY'S CROWN PRINCE IS A RECKLESS HORSEMAN GERMAN CROWN PRINCE JUMPING A COMBINED HEDGE AND DITCH IN THE OFFICERS' STEEPLECHASE NEAR BERLIN. BERLIN, Aug. 6. —The German crown prince enjoys the reputation of being the best rider and the most daring horseman in the kaiser's do minions. Not long ago he rode on horse hack up and down the long and steep flight of rough stone steps which lead to the castle of Sans Soucl in Pots dam. This daring feat was per formed in view of the first regiment of guards in which the crown prince is captain of a company. The specta tors watched the unique ride with extreme alarm, for it seemed impos sible that the future emperor could reach the top and ride down again DEMAND BETTER CAR SERVICE General Manager W. S. Dimmock Of the Tacoma Railway & Power com pany was waited upon yesterday aft ernoon by a committee of North X street residents, who desire better street car service on that line. Frank B. Cole and Frank Allyn headed the committee and they...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 August 1904

I OFFICER O'BOYLE HAS TROUBLE WITH SOUTH TACOMA COWS There was an exciting little drama in three acts enacted in South Ta coma last night, in which the personam consisted of: ■ Officer O'Boyle (properly mount ed). ' Freddie Ludwig (the barefoot now herder \. " Three cows (without a herder). .Various boys, townspeople, etc. ACT I. O'Boyle swoops down upon the cows grazing peacefully on the com mons. He directs them toward the pound, musing gleefully to himself: "1 will tell the- chief about this. It Will mean 85 to the city." (&Vy ACT 11. Enter Freddie. Discovers O'Boyle TIGERS SHUT OUT BY BO LEPER Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. ■nettle -7 3 .700 Tacoma 6 4 .600 Los Angeles ........ 6 4 .600 Portland .......... 4 6 .400 San Francisco 4 6 .400 Oakland 3 7 .300 PORTLAND, Aug. 6.—The Porters, with Hastings up, took the Cham pions down the line yesterday for their first shut-out during the season, Keefe was pitted against Dugdale's "bush" pitcher, but the- latter coul...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. 199. BGDRES OF PASSENGERS HURLED TO DEATH IN DISASTER ON 0. & 0.6. World's Fair Flyer Crashes Through Bridge Into a Roaring Torrent, ear Pueblo, Colo.—Death List Estimated at Nearly 100 Ilentlfied Bead. FRANK H. WHITMAN. ALEXANDER £ MAXWELL. 1 A. £. HOES, Pueblo. MRS. • STEVENS, Northampton, Mass. MAJOR FRANK H. WHITMAN. HARRY PINGMAN, engineer, Denver. MISS SEWARD. MISS IRENE WRIGHT, Pueblo. JAMBS H. SMITH, conductor, Denver. MISS MINNIE DAVIS, Pueblo. MISS ELSIE HOLLAND, Linds burg, Kan. MISS HADENBURY, Sanina, Kan. DR. W. P. MUNN, Pueblo. MRS. JOHN MOLLIVER. Pueblo. GENEVIEVE MOLLIVER, 4 years Old. MARY MOLLIVER, 2 years old. MISS IDA LEONARD, Pueblo. MRS. MARY WALSH, Chicago. MRS. MARY PRICE, LaSalle, 111. HERBERT R. BRAVES, plumber, Pueblo. ED CURTIS, bricklayer, Pueblo. LOWELL DURMAN. MISS CARRIE DOWNEY, Pueblo. GEORGE ENGLAND, Pueblo. MISS DOROTHY JOHNSON, Pu eblo. W. H. LAMOON. MRS. W. H. LAMOON. THOMAS S. REESE, messenger, Denver. M...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 August 1904

si THE TACOMA TIMES ... .... . i ......... . ~~.— I. . . . IJvcry Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ' USES THE SCRIPPS-M'ItAE TKLEGR NEWS SERVICE. ~ OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a „|ft c?3SfcT.i 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall, ""sl^gg*!!! I by Carrier or by Mall. MAY TWIST BRITISH LION'S TAIL A story was going the rounds tills morning that Peter Sandberg had told his friends last Saturday evening that lie had actually seen Mayor Wright's naturalization palters and that they were dated 1805. One of same friends claims to have telephoned the mayor and to have he-en In formed by the latter that Peter was talking through Ills hut, that ho had not seen the papers. Then Hilly Welsh, the commissioner of public works, gave out a confi dential statement. It was to the effort that the- Canadian lonian who now acts as chief execu...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 August 1904

MORE TIDE LAND OPTIONS EXPIRE NEXT WEEK He-sides the Options on 91 acres of tide-lands which were taken up Sat urday, the same parties still have op tions on about 104 acres in the same vicinity. The belief is strong among real estate men that these will be taken up when the time comes. The price named is so ridiculously low that the parties could well afford to buy for an investment, even if they had no immediate use for the prop 2.000 BARREL FLOUR MILL CONTRACT SIGNED TODAY The contract for the construction of a flour mill with a daily capacity of 2,000 barrels for the Tacoma Warehouse & Elevator company of Tacoma and the Sperry Flour Mill company of San Francisco was Signed this morning. Rydslrom & Estes were awarded the contract and the plant will cost, exclusive of the Site, about $175,000. • Work on the new mill will be com menced at once. The building will be 90 feet wide, 140 feet long and five stories in height. One hundred men will be required to operate the plant....

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 August 1904

1 4 FAKE MARDI GRAS LEAVES FOR NEW FIELDS AND PASTURES GREEN DAI) POOH PICKING IN TACOMA WEDDING POSTPONED BR. CAUSE FUNDS WERE LACKING . AND DISAPPOINTED CROWD LEAVES THE GROUNDS. .'. Almost before the crowd had left the grounds last night the fake Mardi Gras combination was being packed for shipment to the next town where the people can be played for a good Mr- Dorion. "They evident!] used us thing. All that remained of huge merely advertising pill In. thinK. All that remained of the huge ■,-, ,„.,,. „ „ i ci make' matters worse, a company humbug this morning was an acre of of friends in South Tacoma,where the confetti-covered ground and the un- prospective bride and groom live, had peasant memories of many dollars of arranged for a reception for them the people's good money gone glim- when the) should return from the swing. Mardi (iras grounds. Saturday night, which was to have Mr. Dories stated that he and Miss been the big night of the show, Eley had intended to gel married pro...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. NO. 200. HEALTH OFFICER TRACING CAUSE OF - • J . ■ THE DEADLY TYPHOID GERMS IN MILK .c Finds One Dairy With Conditions Too Filthy for Belief=-A Local Epidemic is Threatened There is no doubt in the minds of people living in the West End but that contaminated milk is the cause of the number of cases of typhoid fever that have broken out there re cently. An Investigation of the sur roundings of one of the dairies by which that section is supplied with milk reveals a condition almost too CABLESHIP BURNSIDE PERFORMS MARVELOUS CABLE LAYING FEAT A message was received from the cableship Burnside yesterday stating that the vessel had laid 128 miles of cable between Sunday noon and € o'clock Monday morning, an ex traordinary feat. In the absence of accidents or storms the Burnside should be in Tacoma by Friday to take the last installment of the Sitka cable, and the line should be com pleted by August 20 to Seattle. Only one more link will then be required ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 August 1904

2 ___ THE TACOMA TIMES . ..... — Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'ItAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. C"'"'," "-■■'.'""" ~"Ti."'r tSSSSSSSSm «'■ i"""r- """ '"■■■"-'-'——'— .. .... ii. . I, — isSM tt.'.” ii. 1 ■'" ~ " ' ' OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a „_£s2S__^ 25 conts a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. "l||^_*Jg^ by Carrier or by Mall. FLOOD GATES THROWN OPEN Mayor Wright's brief administration ha* certainly brought him no laurels. He has already lost a large part of the Democratic and Repub lican support that was his at t;ic time of the spring election. Within a few ■mintlis lie has changed Tacoma Into a refuge for sure-thing men, gam* biers and a multitude of sporting women, who ply their trades under the oper-n protection of the police. • Hundred* of voters who objected to the rigid "closed town policy" as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 August 1904

Ml WILL FOLLOW UNLESS TURK ACCEDES TD DEMANDS •WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. B.— Instructions have been sent to Min ister Irishman at Constantinople to hand in his passports and prepare to. leave Turkey provided the de mands of the American government have not been acceded to by. the time- the European squadron arrives at Smyrna. , In case things comedo this pass. SMOKED HiM OUT! Mayor Wright Claims He is an American Citizen Under Papers Granted in 1894 The Times has smoked out Mayor Wright at last! He declares that lie Is a natura lized citizen of the United States in good and regular standing and that he has foresworn all allegiance to foreign powers, princes and poten tates. Today he gave out the statement that he secured second papers In-fore Judge Sturdevant of tlie superior court of Dayton, Columbia county, Washington, on June 30, 1894. Further lie declares that his first papers were taken out in Colfax in 1887. The mayor still refuses, however, ENGINEER ANDERSON LOSES LEFT ARM IN AC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 August 1904

4 DR. MACGREGOR OF BALLARD A VICTIM OF RAILROAD DISASTER PUEBLO, Colo., Aug. 9.—Dr. James B. MacGregor of Ballard, Wash., and his fiancee-, Miss Stella McDonald of this city, were victims of the disaster on the Denver * Rio Grande railway. The engagement of the young couple had been an nounced only last week. Dr. . MacGregor was Ballard's health officer. He bad been visiting in Pueblo with his sisters, and, to gether with Miss Stella McDonald, hail gene to Denver to spend Sunday. Dr. MacGregor left Ballard about NEW SERIES OPENS TODAY The (Tigers and the Porters ar rived yesterday and will open the third series of the season this after noon. Fisher is only one game ahead of the cellar champions of last season thus far, but he should gain at least another this week. .The Tigers, however, are not play ing championship ball these weeks. They have fallen low in their bat ting averages and the number of errors! also seems to Increase every time the team goes away from home. Not a member ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 August 1904

Independent in AS! Things VOL. 1. No. 201. HE OiLED TIE RAMI PI JTIOHS tun STOPPED THE CITY'S PIPS 111 olUrrtU lit b ITb rUilro Water Supply From South Tacoma Cut Off by a Carpenter Who Was Trying to Act as Engineer Mayor Wright's city administra tion is conducted upon the principle of grabbing all the spoils in sight. Out at South Tacoma the spoils Included three jobs in the city's new pumping station at the wells. Two carpenters recently needed places, also an engineer. They were assigned to the pumping station. The fact that there were plenty of competent Democrats who were en gineers didn't cut any ice. The Dem ocratic politicians running the city government had friends to take care Of. The fact that the carpenters knew nothing about pumping machinery cut no figure in the arrangement. Each wanted work, and, as one of them naively informed a Times re porter, "He guessed he could learn." The three were given an eight hour shift apiece and the city's valu able pumps turned over to ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 August 1904

' «* . THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the postofflee at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ' t'SES THE M RAH TKLJEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 788 COMaf-RCB STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six Cents' a ~«^SJsfc>r. 26 cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. c^!i__i*^ by Carrier or by Mall. ■ a—- , ' ' . „' . I' ' „'■ . ,- ■~==^=Z HIS INCENTIVE TO CITIZENSHIP Mayor Wright states that he was naturalized as an American citizen In 1594. He also says that he took, out his first papers away back in : 1887. / F%'»':;' "v' A little calculation shows that Ho mayor was In no particular hurry to avail himself of citizenship in this country. He allowed seven years to elapse, according to his own figures. Then it see— SB have occurred to him that office-holding in the United Slates would lie an attractive and lucrative occupation, no it was not many months before lie went to the Populist convention o...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 August 1904

FAKE MARDI GRAS IS STRANDED The fake Mardi Gras, owing to the slim patronage accorded it by the people of Tacoma, Is stranded, and the indications are that it will not make its engagements in East ern Washington as scheduled. Manager Hutchins has agreed to pay the employes of the concern 25 cents on the dollar, but this the clamoring acrobats and actors have refused to accept. Yesterday a mort HEALTH COMMISSIONER MAY PUT DAIRY OUT OF BUSINESS "Although we are practically cer tain that the milk supplied to the West End by a certain dairy con tained typhoid germs," said Dr. Love, health commissioner, today, "we have not gone far enough to make a public statement. We have visited the suspected dairy and have ordered that the water used there be boiled. MANUFACTURERS TO HAVE A SHOW The Taconia Manufacturers' asso ciation held an enthusiastic- meeting at the Chamber of Commerce last night. On the suggestion of John Blaattw, the matter of holding a Carnival or fair was taken up. It was su...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 August 1904

4 CITIZEN M'CABE WANTS TNT MAYOR TO EXPLAIN THAT FLAG INCIDENT Editor Taconia Times Sir: It will be remembered that, Im mediately following the celebration of the Fourth of July in Tacoma, at tention was called to the fact that an appointee of. Mayor Wright, who draws a salary from the city, had hoisted upon his premises 11 solitary flag— the flag of Great Britain — keeping It there more than a week continuously. When this matter was mentioned In the newspapers, this loyal admirer of the British flag and whatever it may represent—kings and royalty, baccarat tables, class privileges, Sack vl lie-West, etc., proceeded to take sanctuary behind the skirts of a little girl, and attempted 10 excuse the spectacle by informing an Inter ested public that his little daughter, seeing so many flags and so much TIGERS WIN BY_DEFAULT f Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet Seattle ..... 9 4 .692 'I acomn 8 5 .615 Li. Angeles 7 6 .538 San Francisco ...... 7 7 .600 Portland 5 8 .886 Oakland...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 August 1904

Independent in Ail Things Voi* 1. NO. 202. FRANK MTOI HASTILY LEAVES TAGOU AFTER COUHCIL BRIBERY INQUIRY IS ORDERED Boards Midnight Train for Portland Leaving Room Rent Unpaid and His Effects Unclaimed—Mys terious Seizure of His Papers Takes Place at Bay View Hotel This Morning—Developments Follow Thick and Fast and the End is not Yet Frank Mortimer, promoter for the Independent Telephone company, which has been seeking a franchise in this city, hurriedly left town shortly before midnight last night, after hearing the city council order an Investigation of bribery charges. Mr. Mortimer departed in such haste on the 11:45 train for Port land that he left his valise, papers and other effects behind in his room, No. 16 Bayview hotel. Immediately after the city council lad directed a committee to investi gate the sworn charges made by Councilman Conrad that Mortimer had offered him a bribe, Mortimer left the door of the council cham hcr, where he' had been standing, and hurried down Com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 August 1904

* THE TACOMA TIMES ___ Bvrry Kvenlug Except Sunday by The T«~»m_ Timtvi Publishing Company 'Entered at the postoffice at Tacoma, Wash., as second class matter. USK3 TIIiTicRIPPS-M-nAIS TELEGRAPHIC HEWS SERVICE. OFFICE. 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a J __SSE__v» 25 cents a Month, $1 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mali. c^*___gg^ by Carrier or by Mail. COUNCIL BRIBERY INVESTIGATION The Times has stirred up a bribery investigation in the city council that may lead to some startling exposures of corruption. On Friday, July 29, this paper first called attention to the peculiar actions of certain councllmen in connection with the fight he-ins made by the Independent Telephone company to secure a franchise to do business In this city. In an editorial headed 'Public Eye Is Upon Them" certain striking . facts wore brought out. showing the remarkable activity displayed by four councllmen in endeavoring to PREVENT the Independent from get ting 1 foothold i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 August 1904

TWO MEN CAUGHT UNDER TONS OF LUMBER Two men. Charles Ekwell and O. 1.1. Schnyder, were caught beneath 15,000 feet of falling lumber at the St. Paul mill yards about noon today and both received dangerous If not fatal injuries. Ekwell, who was tallyman at the ■ city yard, and Schnyder, the ship ping clerk for the Pacific Manufac turing company, went Into the. lum ber shed to begin to measure off a load of lumber, when the scantlings supporting between 15,000 and 20, --000 feet of dressed lumber broke aobve their heads, allowing the lum ber to fall to the ground, a distance of about 12 feet. The fall came with out warning and before the men had time to escape they were caught and crushed to the ground. Workmen who heard the crash rushed to the rescue and began re MRS. HENDERSON HIGHLY HONORED Mrs. Alice P. Henderson of this city has been appointed a member of the jury on awards In the bureau of ethnology by the board of lady man agers of the St. laouls fair. This is the second time th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 August 1904

4 _____ ALLEGED $132,0011 USE KILLS 'PINE RttKMSE Conrad Is Smoked Out and Makes Affidavit That He Refused a Fortune for His Vote-Bel llngham, Salmson and Lamborn to Investigate Charges 09 99««0«999«999999 09 00«99«*909 99 9e«*e>» u9i, 9 • State of Washington, County of Pierce, sa: • 9 J. J. Conrad, being first duly sworn, deposes and says, that on 9 9 July 18th,-1904, Frank Mortimer, the party applying for the tele- 9 • phone franchise now pending before the city council of Tacoma, ap • 9 peered in his office at 913 Commerce street, Tacoma, Washington, 9 • and placed before the said J. J. Conrad a copy of one' of the daily 9 • papers of Los Angeles, Calif., and turned to the list of stock quota- • 9 'ions, and pointed mil the Home Telephone company: "This Is the 9 9 name of our company, and you see the stock is quoted at a little over • 9 $41 per share, $100 being par value." Mr. Mortimer continued: 9 9 "Our company here will perhaps be designated and known as the 9 9 Home Telep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 August 1904

Independent in AH Things VOI.. 1. NO. 203. UNI BATTLESHIPS SCATTERED. IN ALL DIRECTIONS BT JAPANESE Five Cruisers Enter Port Arthur, While Others Seek Refuge in Chinese Ports=« Japanese Fleet Escapes Damage—Russia Protests Against the Japanese Attack at Chefoo Russian battleship Retvlzan, which was struck seventeen times by Japanese shells during recent bom bardment ol Port Arthur. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 12.— The emperor received a long tele gram from Kai Chou today. The news that four Russian battleships have arrived off Siianghai is received with great satisfaction ai the admir alty as an indication that the bulk of tlie Port Arthur squadron escaped. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 12.— The Russian government has sent a vigorous protest to Japan against the attack on the Russian destroyer Uyeshitelni in Chefoo harbor. (BULLETIN.) TOKIO, Aug. 12.Admiral Togo reports that tlie Russian battleship Csttrovcritc-li was probably sunk in the engagement oucbsiede of Port Arthur ...

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