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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 April 1902

TN! IINTR MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DPARTMNlf * 4 - THE WINNING CANDIDATES * * First Ward-Charles E. Car- @ Sriber. * Second Ward-Charles H. * * Williams. 4 * Third Ward-A. G. McLean. 4 - Fourth Ward-N. Knudson. O - Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mc- 4 * Donald. 4 S BSixth Ward-0tto G. Rine- O * hardt. BUSINESS S[SSION :El. ELW0AN CITY CENTRAL COM MIyf EE HOLDS MCEETING. FINANCE PROBLEMS DISCUSSED Organization Is in Good Shape to Carry on the Municipal Campaign Enoouraging Reports Received. (Special to Inter Mountain.) , Anaconda, April 1.-The republican city central committee held a business session last night to discuss matters relative to the campaign. A number of republicans were present during the evening and brought in en couraging news. from the various wards of the city. The opinion was expresi~f" that the republican ticket would be successful. It was reported that the finances of the committee are in good shape and sufficient funds will be on hand to meet the usual expenses of the campaign....

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 1 April 1902

I MIllS AND flM INING I MINES Of KENDALL KING-BABNES IS A HEAVY BULLION PRODUCE.. THERIE WILL BE SOME OTHERS Abbey Company May Build a Mill Prospects for the Launching of a Great Mineral Section Are Good. The Kendall Chronicle, the first vol ume of which was issued on the /2ith of March, contains much valuable inf',r mnation concerning the mines aInd pros pIects of that section. Of the King Barnes and other properties it says: Kendall has one heavy bullion pro ducer in the King-Harnes company; the' second will be that of the Kendall, a third will be the North Moccasin com pany. Three gold producers and divi dend payers and all within say a year and a half of development work, is a record that is not often duplicated in the mining world. And this record may be added to before fall, for if the Ab bey company builds a mill, as is now the talk, it will certainly take its place among the dividend payers. The work of constructing the larnes King mill was commenced last A4ril. and it start...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

SUTTE INT MOUNTAIN. VOL XXII. NO. It BUTTE, MONTANA. WEI3IDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1902, PRICE FIVE CE . _ i - •i lli _Ii iIi llll i illli iiIi iILI I I Il i I i. :_ I II I II I ll iiiOL XX I. NO 1 B TT . !!~q AN . DA E iI IIGAP IL 2,19 2.PR CB FI B STRIIEI OFf OISTIING G N6INERSIIt ROWS THOUSANDS OUT Of I0RK GRAND AM[RICAM HANDICAP OVER NINETY-TUER mNTRIm8 IN BLUE RIBBON EVENT. BETTING ON THE RESULTS Many of the Most Noted Shots in the World Are Taking Part in the Main Event of the Day. (By Associated Press.) Kansas City, April 2.--The Grand American handicap, the feature of the interstate association's tenth annual tournament, is being shot at Blue River park today. There were over 93 entries for this blue ribbon event, when shoot ing began this morning, making the purse $12,025. So large is the list of entries that it is believed it will take the rest of the Week to shoot it out. It is expected that there will .be a few forfeits. The weather was fair. Those who have the call in the ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

MEXICO CON6RSSS 1'WUWM DeA3 RZADB EIS GOOD PROGRESS IS SHOWN Mixico Has Concluded to Manufacture Munitions of War--Remarkable In crease of PostofBoe Department Is Commented Upon. (By Associated Press.) Mexico City, April 2.-President Diaz opened the spring session of congress last evening. Ills message says regard ing the late Pan-American congress, that its effects as far as Mexico Is concerned were favorable to promoting good rela tions with all partlclipating republies. The arbitration agreen.ent adopted by the majority of the republl's through their delegates was sent to the senate for Its approval. Much space is given to educational matters and the president notes the ne cessity of renovating the higher schools. This will be done shortly. School Reform. The presldrnt bestows much Ollt ntiont on school reform and on the stlititltlc works undertaken under the auspllheis of the government. The mining industry continues to make notable progress and in the first half of this flscal ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

Metaua's Imar t Orcery,April 2 Trade Winner ..and a.. Trade Holder That Is the quality of the groce ries we sell, combined with the low prices we sell them at. The best evidence to prove this fact is the constant growth of and increase in our business: and, again, the large volume of business we do enables us to give values which our credit competitors cannot equal. Our regular prices are always lower than their specials. The few only quoted below ought to convince you: fresh Vegetables "Your vegetables are always so nice and fresh," Is, a remark our clerks are told every day. We show nearly as full a line at prices almost as low as they are in the height of the season. Cranberry Sauce As fine as any in the market, 2-lb. cans ........... ............. 15c Our Leader Japan Tea, is as good as any sold In the city, at 75c per ta. Our price... .................. 55c Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce, or plain, 2-lb. cans, 10c; 1-lb. cans.......... Sc for Hot Cakes H. O. Pancake, or Buckwheat ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

DAILY INT[R MOUNTAIN tsued Every Evening, Except Bunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mnail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street, Butte, Mont. Official Paper of Silver 1o.w County and City of Butte. SUBSC'ItIPTITON ltATlS. I'er ytar, by mail, In advance ......37.60 Ity carrizer, per month ................ .7 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Aldermen. First ward-Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third ward-William H. Davltt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Al C. Congdon. Sixth ward--George Porter. Seventh ward-Hiram Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. WEI)NESDAY, A I'Itlf 2, 1902, TIlE [NOINtLRS' WALK OUT. An unusual and extr.ordinary situta tion 1is introducedl in Hulle by the :hton of the hoisting engiCneers, who surin narily quit work last evelning without the i'onsent of thi unll on to w-hich they belong. The new',s of the incidelnt print ed today tells h' llW I( Ill em'bhrs of the stationary r .lgineC r.;' unil n hioh ' a c n'l tr.,...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

New Features in Pianos have the oonstant attention of the manufacturers whose output Is rep resented In our stock and the best are adopted, an our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest content with the triumphs of a decade ago but offer Instruments of the latest construction, design and finish. Tou may see something new If you call It's a real pleasure for us to show You about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Your Last Chance.... This week is the last of the %3 Off Sale /3 We will be located In our New Store Next Week, Corner Park and Academy Streets, New Clark Build. lag. Remember One-Third Off All Goods This Week Only / Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 200 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 This Week Only Our successful book sale of last week induces us to continue our offer for the rest of the week. Book Sale--I Off--r/ On all our bound books (except school books). Save money and furnish library now. See Our Window of Late Rooks EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North fl...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

WAR ON GAMS, SAYS MR. BREEN COUNTY ATTORNEY DECLA..RE HIS INTENTION OF STOPPING ALL GAMBLING. DENOUNCES NEGLIGENCE OF DEMOCRATIC POLICE Declares the Way the Police Wink at Gambling in Butte Is Disgusting Nervy OfRcial May Join in the Raids to Make Certain That Offenders Are Caught and Punished. "The rahling of the glatmbling rooms anil tlIhe arrest of the two gtganllters, W'olf :anl Rtyder, last night was only the first shot ll the war," ('ounty Attorney Breen said today. "It l.t disgutlllg the way the pollee let gambnllilg go on hre'. I am not emplon yed to d li ,et' or4" sheriff's work h.r', bill I'11 go llong tiy self to the rI'lta.; that NwNill hit n tlo' hil ' e after" f I ha 've to. I'll it t' l l tIlllt i to stop gambll ing iln hillt'." •Mr. Ilr, r n i,,. 10'thd tie gam. bling phlace run by Wol\ f and Ity'ler an'i oth r's in the old li.e, ld of ''Io'e totins it the (cOrn"" of 'ark anl Ma1Itin, and Iy the Shhiy brothers ll I rooms i ill In thei "Elw o d block h low , the 'ity ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

SALOON MEN TO FIGHT LAW LIQUOOa DALU.8r OOIVR XTION TO OPPOJB MXYBr.A2DIBZ LI C1B OOOLLZCTION. ARE TO MEET IN HELENA TO PLAN THE CRUSADE oAtion of Butte Saloonkeepers in Pay ing Lioense Under Protest Is to Form Basis of Action-Oigars Are Kept Merely as an Accommodation, Bays Seoretary Nissem. Advance notices are out for the con vention of the Retail Liquor Dealers' Protective Association of Montana, which will be held about the middle of May 1n Helena. Gustave Nissem, secretary of the asso ciation, who is busy getting town and county organizations throughout the state, into line, in speaking of the pros pective work of the convention, this morning said: "Of course the convention will have much routine work to transact and a good deal will be said and done concern ing proper organisation among liquor men in the rural districts and their afflliation with the national association. But the burning question of the cigar li cense law will probably be the most In teresting topic discussed ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

wN AT Ihb Mi6 f Ia oe v`' lJ dr ý ýý -- ýýI New York, April 2.--Iacing control and other functions of a national or ganlzation have been formally assume'd by the Anmerlican Automobile association. The Ilrst regular meeting of the board of dlrectors was held at the quarters of the Automobi,, le club of Anerlha. Winthrop Hearritt, ;,re'sldent of the new uHsocia iiont, was In the chair. l'he cha('lrmaltni outlined the objects of the associlatlon to be the general en couragvment of the automobile Industry, the formlation of proper rules for the use of motor ve'hlhles on road and Irack, the obtalliing of rational legislation and the protec.tion of Ithe followers of the nlew u or't ragain .t Ull)UIt dlHs ri allhl ttloll. MIr. Senarritt urg id a thorough organiza 'ton1, both lot al Inid natiin)ul. Thet racillg questionl has to hle iiet it once 111 clubs thlroullghout tlhe country halle writtn tlhe Alllutm billlHe 'il of America fur sanction n;ldt rules. Th'le it ter club hl Id a prltically...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

THE lIT!R MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT " 4 * THE WINNING OAIDIDATES * * First Wtird-Charles E. Car- 4 * riher. " S $eoond War4-Charles E. * * Williamp. - Third Ward-A. G. McLean. O - Fourth Ward-N. Knudson. > " Fifth Ward-Angus G. Mo- ' * Donald. * Sixth Ward-Otto 0. Rine- 4 * hardt. 4 MADE A MISTAKI BEIJTER CITY DLMOC2RATS HAVE DEFEATED THIHEMSELVES. PLATFORM WAS BAD AFFAIR One Democrat Expresses Himself as Being Particularly Disgusted With the Declaration of Prin ciples Adopted. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 2.-Anaconda demo crats are very much ashamed of the reso lutions adopted by the delegates to their late city convention. One prominent democrat said today that he would have given $50 in cold cash five minutes after they were 'adopt ed by the convention if the work could have been undone. "I can'.t understand," said he. "how it happened; but somehow the delegates wanted them, and they went through. It was a great mistake that they were allowed to go before ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 2 April 1902

---NEWS O'r ...r..D msT6 ýr s CAMPS PRODUCERS SNOW NEAR LIBBY ITS DEPTH INTERFERES WITH MINING WORK. WILL START THE SILVER CABLE But It Cannot Be Done Yet Awhile Mustang Company May Erect a Mill Luring the Year. John I.. Hartt, iiinag"ir of the Silver Culle 9lliing totiipuiny camnl1 down' f'romIl that ipro'rtl'iy this nwi'ik alll lhft iliit night for Mtliroulai., says a Lil,lhhy di.isp,Ithll to the IlcehI nai Itiorit'd. lHe reports tli:at the proprly never lok],,d h.lter and Ih, chancey \rl ,goxott for starting up the concentratori in the sp'ring. I1, has hiad esven !net iat aw,rk winte ()ttohier and has exposetd slne very gcod ire't,, nllpllell.S of which wr\\e'r lit'riught out. On accounlt f thel condition of thle roads, nothing fllrtll I' ti I ' dtUti'ne for about two monthlls. Antiitlhi'r drawback isl the amnount oif 'sin,' in the Silve\r ('a ble canyon, it Ieing anbut Ilve feet on( the level at lthat plalt'. As soon iMs sUIp plies can hle taken il thel ,oncntrlt:tttor will be r...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

VUTLE 1NT1r MoNTAIN VOL XXII. NO. 12 BUTTE, MONTANA, Tlt#U EVENING, APRIL 3 1902. PRICE FIVE [N6fNEEtRS CO 1 TORtSCL; PARROT TO RESUME * The statement published in The Inter Mountain yesterday to 4 * the effect that Charles RMouliffe had boasted to Superintendent Jack 0 4 O'Neill was erroneous in that it was not McAuiiffe, but Charles Mc- 4 G Donald, ar.nther hoisting engineer, who repeated tne remarks when 4 4 referring to F. Augustus Heinse. 4 * It wee iocDonald who said "that F A. Heinse was back of the 4 0 move and would pay each of the engineers $5 per day for keeping 4 4 the mines of the Amalgamated oompany closed." 0 4' This statement Superintendent O'Neill says emphaticoally this 0 4, efternoen had been made to him by McDonald. The engineer went 4 * further in his boasts and made remarks which reflected seriously 4 4 upon Mr. W~lins and his reported influence among the leaders of the 4 6 hoisting engineers. 4' 41 q, T 4 4 ,' ^ 4 < 4a 4' ' & 4 a 1 't 4,4.4' 4.4, &&...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

fOR OLD SETTULRS MIaING 1ZPARATIO1I BFOR OLD ZONE WEER. REUNIONS OF THE PIONEERS Expected That It Will Be a Feature of the Expostkion and Will Promote Many Happy Meetings. (Special Correspondence.) St. Louls, April 3.-This is an institu tion which was established a few years ago i1n counties of some of the older states whose sons are scattered through out the Union from the Atlantli to the Pacific. W'hoveror the Amerlh.n emil grant locates he looks ahead to the time when he can pay a visit to "the, old folks at ihome," mingle again with the friends of his youth, and heir from such of them as haid wandered us he tlid, but to different regions. Where estabtlished custom has fixed upon one week of each year as "Old Home Week," a specillc.dtt ti' for lirt' annutl return of "the wandterers," the trip Is rendlereld fatr irc .attractive anrid benefilial to them by unablhlug thIIn to meet hundreids of old frltnds. \ wvhomn they would plrobably not miniet then or at any time again, but fur t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

Moetaea's largest Oracery,April 3 FISH Bome excellent dishes prepared from fresh canned ocean products. Being packed Immediately when' caught, our canned fish are abso lutely fresh and clean..; As they are packed In the finest canneries of the world, their quality is, of course, only the highest grade. They are so convenient also (cooked ready for use) and so gen uinely good that everyone should try them. Notice these remark ably low prices: Smoked Finnan Haddle, selected pieces in large oval cans, per dozen, $2.75; can ............ 25 Choice Fried Halibut Steaks, large oval cans, per dozen, $2,75; can ......... ... ............ 25 Bayle's Lunch Herring, per dozen cans, $1.10; can ............. 10c Fancy Smoked Sturgeon or Lake Ciscoes in tomato sauce and fine spices; per dozen, $1.10; can. 10c Broiled Mackerel in tomato sauce, mustard or pure spices, extra large oval cans, 35c; medium size....... ............. ,)e Beaquads, a seafood relish for sandwiches, spread on bread, same as ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Zasued Every Evening, Except .undry. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHINO CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street, Butte, Mont. Official Paper of Silver Ifqw County and City of lButte. SUISCIItII'TION tATTI,.S. Per year, by maill, in advance ......$7.50 By carrier, per month ................ .i7 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Aldermen. First ward-Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third ward-William H. Davitt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Al C. Congdon. Sixth ward--George Porter. Seventh ward-Hirazm Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. TIII'RnSDAY, A'lIL ll, 1902. IMPUOVED CONlITIONS. Today the c('nditionsl broIught about by the walkout of Itvh hunsting engineiers are vastly Itllmprtvt I. Last evening, iat a mneeting regul:lrly held, the IHIuttoi statlonary engine.rs rilured the stinmp of disapproval on the rallitl iati n taken btty tlhe twenty-s\ve'tn men whosal pre olplitate course entailed such .serious coin seqlten...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

New Features in Pianos have the constant attention of the manufasturers whose Dutput Is rep resemted in our stock and the best are adopted, as our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest content with the triumphs of a decade ago, but offer Instruments of the latest construotlon, design and finish. tou may see something new If you call It's a real pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Your Last Chance.... This week Is the last of the I/3Off Sale %3 We will be located in our New Store Next Week, Corner Park and Academy Streets, New Clark Build. Ing. Remember One-Third Off All Goods This Week Only Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 This Week Only Our successful book sale of last week Induces us to continue our offer for the rest of the week. Book Sale-- Off--/3 On all our bound books (except school books). Save money and furnish library now. See Our Window of Late Rooks EVANS' BOOK STORE 1a4 North flai...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

STOLE TO GET ALL THE NEWS SNINE-YEAR-OLD BOY SAYS HE WANTED TO EEAD THE PAPERS. JUDGE BOYLE BLUFFED AT LECTURING THE LAD Now Jessie Thomas Entertained Bar • tender William French When the Latter Called to Collect a Bill for Twenty-five Cents-News of the Police Court Boiled Down. It was a pitlable lookling array of offenders that faced Judge Boyle inl police court this morning. A woman, meagerly clad, with disheveled hair and an indifferent expression, charged with fighting; a boy, homeless, ragged and tanned, and an odd number of men charged with drunk and disturbance. Nervously fingei ing his cap. sat It 9 year-old boy, who, when called Itup by the Judge, said his name was Willie Reece. "'Htep this way," said Judge BIoyle. The little fellow, with a frightened ex pression on hils face and tears In his eyes, pressed forward and facd the court. "You have been stealing plolrs in front of residences, have you?" asked the Judge. "Yes, sir. I stole one this mollrnllng, tas I wanted to see...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

RICHARD PAYNE Of THE fIRST WARD t>" c, hT ýA; l1 y" W, v Q Richard Payne, republlcan candidate for alderman of the First ward, is meeting with good suce se in his canvars for votes. He is a p-"iutlar can didate and has friends In all parties. Mr. Payne was born in Monmoutihsh:ir. England. in I'i!, and In 170' emigrattl to America and settled In Scranton, l'a., where he engaged in coal mining. He came to Montana In 1586, and during his l,,ng residence in this city has been engaged in mining. He has always been an ardent repubican and has never been bejforle the people of his ward for any office. Mr. Payne takes commendable pride In flutto, its growth anti future prosperity. He has ever been a supporter of the best interests of the camp. He is a representntive of the mining mnn who are rallyinrg around him strong and his vote will be far above the figuret at which the most sanguine estimates have placed it. RAJAH WANTID 1O LEARN ACTING UNDER HERR BANDMANN TUITON "Aspirants for thea...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 April 1902

96M AB3~F1 a1 ir 4/1 New York. April 3.-The National League aseball war is plraetl'ally end ed, A. G. Spalding has resigned his claim as chief executive of the big league and the oflice will he tendered to W. G. Temple of Pittsburg. There will be no further contest In the courts. MIr. SpnIIilng's letter of rei'fsignaltion was presented to the magnates at thei, siecond dlay' s..slton of tit' pe'a'e inelting ILat thet Fifth Aven\'l hotel. T'he lItter was pro and says: "I wish to emphatically declare that I sin Irompt'ed in this actilon solely by the Ielihef that prolonging a factiionial polill cal warfare into tiLhe paying seasion wo\uldt be distasteful to professional Ias.Iall in general." Andrew Frednman anl his followers contended that S.iailling had nevelr I'n elected pre'sildnt of the league ll l titre-. fore could not resigin the oIll l'. The matter was solved by ita iotiihn to tsimply declare tlhe "Incltld.nt (losed." 'rhe night ,session was lak.n uip in lis cussinIg playing ru...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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