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

= JDIIJ^ COMA TIMES I».ry Kvcnlng Except Sunday by Tim Tiromi Tim— Publishing Company Entered at the poitofflee at Tacoma, Wash., a* second class matter. ' USES THEBCRIPPS-M'RAE THLEORAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE.- 768 COMMERCE STREET..........TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ..(rtjfgff^, 26 cents a Month, 13 a Year. Week, by Carrier or by Mall. <geggggj»P>. by Carrier or by Mail. WHAT THE ELECTION MEANT The Tacoma Times was the only newspaper in the city that gave fair treatment to the independent movement in the Chamber of Com merce which resulted yesterday in the election of William Jones as presi dent of that body. The Tim- stated several weeks ago that the underlying cause of the movement was a feeling that Tacoma had been too long subjected to ■the controlling and restrictive Influences of a few large corporations and that the time had arrived. in the Judgment of many of the business men ■of the city, for the reorganization of the Chamber of Commerce on bro...

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 September 1904

GREAT MEAT STRIKE MAY END TODAY CHICAGO, Sept. 6.—That the vote of the striking butcher workmen to be taken today will end the stock yards struggle and that the men will go back to work tomorrow Is freely predicted nt the strikers' headquar ters today. A referendum vote on the propo sition will be taken today and the result will probably be known at 6 'PASQUALE THREATENED TO KILL GRAY" TESTIFIES WITNESS COZZA (Continued from First Page.) ant yards master at the Northern Pacific yards and that one the night of May 20 Gray, with the defendant, came through the yards. Gray ap proached Fltzpatrlck and asked Where the "Dago" cars were located. pn being informed, he Joined his companion, who had stood some dis tance away. The two men then walked up the yard. Fitzpatrick had •bo conversation with the murd<erer, but he said tlte man seemed In a kurry to get away. S. H. Rockwell, after being sworn, testified that he was sealing cars in the freight yards at the head «f the way on the eveni...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 September 1904

;, 4 INDEPENDENT TICKET WINS IN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CONTEST ••••••••••••••••••a I • VKW OFFICKIUJ AXD TIM • • : TKKS OF < MXMI'.i I; OF • . © COMMERCE. • • President—William Jones. • • Yke-Presldent —A. F. Al- • • ben son. • • Treasurer —H. A. Rhodes. • • Trust, B. K. Halkwill, R. • • L. McCormick, William Virges, • • U G. Hudson, W. H. Snell, Al- • • sSMHkH Tinllng. • ••••••••••••« ."Election day in the Chamber of Commerce resulted In a victory for the independent ticket. The election ■was the most. hotly contested of any ;in the- history of the organization. ' Out of a possible 330 votes, 310 were cast,; yesterday afternoon. When the ballots were counted the following result appeared: : ' How They Voted. $ President—-William*^ Jonesy 162; W. B. . Bronson, 148. . /■ Vice President A .F. Albertson, •804.-; ••:■: •,;-,' ■>■■ ■..Treasurer—Henry A. Rhodes, 304. Trustees—S. R. Balkwlll, 309; R. It, McCormick, 304; William Vtrgea, i If 8; l{ O. Hudson, 168; W. H. Knell. Alexander T...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. t. KO. 225. WOUNDED RUSSIANS LEFT 81 COMRADES TO PERISH Soldiers in Their Hasty Retreat Forced to Leave Injured Be hind-Gen. Kuropatkin Reaches Mukden With Japanese Army Still at His Heels (IH'LLKTIN.) MUKDEN, Kept. — (Delayed.) — l'art,of (he Russian army which is coming to Mukden along the «-agon road is in danger of being cut of) 1. All day and night Monday the Jap ■ nee in the hills to the east of the road shelled the Russian troops and Slso attacked a large force of Rus •lan infantry which had taken to the THUS FAR AND NO FARTHER At Liao Yang the Japs and Russians got so close together that hand to-hand struggles ensued and the loss of life was frightful. ADMITS THAT PASQUALE KILLED GRAY The fourth day in the trial of Frank Pasquale, charged with mur der in the first degree, was com menced on the opening of court this morning before Judge Snell. Attor ney Leo, for the defense, who occu pied the greater part of yesterday afternoon in making his sta...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 September 1904

;.'..; gjj'v '■ -~ THE TACOMA TIMES Krerr Evening Krrept Sunday by Th«« Tacoma Times Publishing Company '. ' "" *** ~ *' *'"■' i* r "'"'."'■'■■!» ' '„ ''„ "■' , '.r ■■ i-'in. 11 '■ i "n" .li-f:' —iM" '"' ' - ""' ' ''" """ Entered at the postofilca at Tacoma, Wash., as second-class matter. ,^. USE 3 HE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy. Six Cents a -rfSSgSffi&Vv 25 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. °lgg||g«g»" by carrier or by Mall. P PURE WATER FOR THE CITY Tin- Time*' complete outline of a feasible plan for securing a plenti ful supply of pure water in this city, published yesterday, is receiving thoughtful consideration. -It wan the first adequate presentation of specillc;ilii>ns, with figures of cost, given to the public, and judging from the expressions already heard, Hie plan Ims met with . generul. approval. ; * • Mayor Wright is understood to favor a new waterworks system for the...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 September 1904

OPENING OF METHODIST CONFERENCE MONTESAttO, Wash., Sept. 7.— The Puget Sound conference of the Methodist Episcopal church opened its twenty-fust session here this nioinig at 8:30 o'clock with Bishop Henry Spellmeyer presiding. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper was administered by the bishop, assisted by the presiding elders and the Rev J. W. Flesher, pastor of the church here. Rev. 6. L. Cuddy, pastor of Fow ler Methodist, church, Tacoma, was re-elected secretary, with L. ,T. Cov ington, Horace VVilliston and Herbert Michener, assjatanta. Rev. M. A. Covington of Puyallup was elected statistical secretary with Revs. G. W. Frame, C. E Todd F L Bowers, S. S. Gilder, G. A. Bheafej Second-hand school books bought nnd sold at Central News Co. *** Helping acorn a Women The man who blacks his shoes in front and lets the heels go is on the same principle of the home with a bright parlor and a drudgery kitchen. Same with the bath rooms. It's as easy to have a warm, com fortable bath room as ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 September 1904

* ARMY OF TEN THOUSAND PICKING HOPS Hop picking commences this week In the fields of the Puyallup and Yaakima valleys. It is estimated that st least l«, 000 persons will be en gage d in this occupation during the next three weeks, and as an average Of one box a day is very reasonable It Is figured that the growers will pay $1 sci.ooo for the picking alone. Drying is another large item, that Includes the cost of hauling, and this will probably represent $:iO.OOO, or a total of $230,000 for gathering the entire crop. The price paid for picking is $1 a box. Tickers Go in Parties. The big majority of the pickers have gone out.to the fields in par ties, many families leaving together. .In other 'cases a number of the young folks will be tinder the espionage and care of some one fam ily, and these parties camp and oc cupy' contiguous quarters at the yards during the entire picking sea son. Fewer Indiana. One feature of this season's pick- Ing will be the "decreased number 'of Indian picke...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 22«. MUKDEN HELD DV RUSSIANS Kuropatkin's Forces Still Strag gling Into Mukden-Japs Con tinue the Attack—Russian Guns and Stores Captured by Enemy (BULLETIN.) BERLIN, Kept. B.—Colonel Caed ke, the war correspondent of the Tageblatt, wires that Mukden was ■till held by the Russian* this morn ing. (BULLETIN.) LONDON, Sept. B.The St. Pe tersburg correspondent of Kilter's agency reports that the Russian army Is now concentrated around Mukden. He also says that Jnpnucan cruisers have bombarded Khimi kovsk, on the island of Saghalien. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. B.— is reported tat a fight Ik now progres •ing Mouth of Mukden. The Russian lessen thus far are said to exceed 1,000 killed mid wounded. It l» sutld that in the retreat from Liao Yang; the EtataJanc abandoned ulioiit* 80 million. FORCE CONTRACTORS TO MAKE REPAIRS If such a thing is possible, the city council will compel the contractors to Immediately repair the bituminous iniicadnm pave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 September 1904

2 THE TACOMA TIMES * ;* ■' -■■ „,,,, , , — ; Krerjr Krrnlng Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Publishing Company Entered at the poetofllce at Tacoma, Wash., an second-class matter. '■';; I KES THE BCRIPPS-M'RAB TKLEURAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. * OFFICE. 788 COMMERCE STREET.'. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a -fSfiffiSStot* ■ 26 cents a Month, $3 a Year, Weok. by Carrier or by Mall. g^^^g» by Carrier or by Mall. EVERYBODY DEMANDS PURE WATER The city council is taking energetic action in regard to an Improved water supply. At its meeting. last night a committee was appointed to go : over to Seattle and inspect the Cedar river water system used there. An other committee was scheduled to go out to South Tacoma this afternoon and inspect, the new city wells in connection with the proposition advo cated by The Times of constructing a system depending entirely upon air lift wells. Since the movement In favor of a pure water supply began to take definite shape, agents for all sorts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 September 1904

METHODIST MINISTERS PRESENT DR. WILLIAMS WITH GOLD WATCH MONTESANO, Wash., Sept. S.— Dr. R. C. Glass of Seattle conducted the devotional services of the Metho dist conference this morning. Bish op Spellmeyer then took the chair for the business session. Rev. T. E. Elliott of Aberdeen, in a felicitous speech, presented to Rev. J. E. Williams, on behalf of the min isters of Chehalia district, a fine gold watch. Dr. Williams, who recently resigned as presiding elder of the Chehalis district to accept the presi dency of the University of Puget Sound at Tacoma, made a touching response. Rev. O. L. Doane of Tacoma, re cently in charge of a church at Eaton ville, surrendered his credentials to the conference, withdrawing from the mmistry and membership of the Methodist Episcopal church. R«v. John Ovall and Rev. B. P Brooks, presiding elder«, of Tacoma made report! of their dUtrlcts Rev Fletcher L. Wharton, who was re Every boy or girl in the city buy- Ing school books at Theodore's Book St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 September 1904

4 WILL RETURN SOON WITH ABDUCTORS ' Word ' was . received from Van >oiiv«r today to the effect that De te ( five Smith of Tacoma will prob ably ! leave with Horace Gates and • Gertie Johnson, who are charged with {the abduction of Miss Norma j ~ 4 Hoyt, some time this week. The de ' lay in bringing the alleged offenders I>ack was occasioned by the trouble I INDIANS LOSE TO CHAMPIONS Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet. Tacoma ........... 24 16 .600 Los Angeles ....... 22 16 .579 Seattle ............ 20., 21 .488 Oakland .*.......... 18 23 .452 Ran Francisco ...... 18 22 .450 Portland ...;. 18 23 .439 SEATTLE,. Sept. 8. —The Tigers took a'lo-innlng game from the Sl wasbes yesterday by the score of 16 to; 11. Up to the tenth the score Mood 11 all, but here the Champions pulled In five runs on one hit, which brought the affair to a close.' *' '" The - contest was a hit-and-run match from the first, with errors galore on both Bide*. Hughes held the Tigers, down to 13 hit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 September 1904

Independent in All Things VOL. 1. NO. 827. ELEVEN KILLED FORTY INJURED In Disaster on Seaboard Line-Fast Ex press Dashes Through a Trestle Into River, and a Second Train Plunges Into Wreckage-Railroad Officials Declare Rails Were Removed From Bridge (BULLETIN.) CHARLOTTE, X. C, Sept. 0. —The If lent i tied dead are: E. B. Rarksdale of Abbeyville. S. V., eiijjrtneer. Mrs, T. C. Black, of Abbeyville. Krt Roberta, colored, fireman. Forty |hts«iiß were injured. The Seaboard Airline officials say lie wreck wa« canse<l by the removal if rails by unknown parties. A later report says 11 persons were killed in tlie wreck. Among the dead identified later ur: Mrs. White, of Cincinnati. Robert .Means, colored, fireman of (he freight. The engine of the extra dropped on top of the Pullman, crushing it like an eggshell. Two of the killed occu pied berth* in the sleeper. (Several of the injured nre expected U> die. TWO TRAINS LEAP INTO DEEP ItIYKK CHARLOTTE, N. «'., Sept. —A train of five day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 September 1904

• THE TACOMA TIMES Every livening Kxcrjit Sunday by Th* Taroma Time* PublUblng Company Entered at tho post office at Tacoma, Wash., aa second-class matter. ÜBK3 THE SCRIPPS-M'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BERVICB. OFFICE!. 708 COMMERCE STREET.... . '.~ . . TELEPHONE MAIN 783. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a _.*3rT!R&S:. -■ cents a Month, $3 a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by Mall. <x^^^^ * by Carrier or by Mail. FALLING INTO LINE The Times notes that the other dall] papers in Tacoma ;< into line in the campaign for pure w:iter. .his morninp gave to iis )■ . full the complete plan new wa in which was printed on the first pace of The Times Pwaedaj under the heading, "Hu« Tacoma Can Secure Plenty of Pure Water." Th' Ledger Incorporates this plan Inl count of a \-;-ii yt >f a special committee of the «ttj eoancll to f i-.« ■ new louth Taeoma wells. Tin' Times' Igvres of coat, f460,000, are also adopted b> the Ledger. The News has made only sparing mention of thi- movement for a pure tra...

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

METHODIST MINISTERS ASTONISHED AT DR. RARRINCTON'S WIND STORY MONTBBANO, Sept. 9. — The Methodist conference was opened this morning with Rev. .T. \Y. Miller of Central!! In charge of the devo t lonal exereii • The principal event of the morn um session was the admission or ,i ■ hiss consisting of C. P. Bennett, B. M. Oalbraith and E. B. Reese Into fun membership in the conference. The class appeared on the floor of the con ference and, after an earnest address by Bishop Spellmeyer, was formally admitted. H. \V. Michener of Oak Harhor ami lU'v. George (table, pastor of the First Methodist church at Tacoma. were elected to elders' orders. Among the conference visitors to day are Mrs. A. M. Ridout and Miss Emma Page of Tacoma. Wind Mi>wml a (lunch. Dr. Harrington of Seattle related an interesting story of how a church at lssaquah was moved. The build ing had been standing on property not owned by the society. A provi dential windstorm moved the build ing to the desired location wit...

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

4 WILL HAVE TO MAKE CUT IN ESTIMATES All the ■ pstimatCß of the cost of running the, municipal machinery .next year have been filed with the city ,1 controller by the -. heads of the different departments, and Controller Jackson has commenced work on his report to the city council. The re port 1: will be presented next Wednes day, night* and will contain all Infor mation needed for the councilmen to decide on what improvements the clt can afford to make and the tax levy for next year. The Mtlmates amount to over a million dollars, but as the receipts Will not reach Mint amount some of them will have to be pruned consid t year Controller Lister ■Mimated the city's receipts for the »inft year as follows Waterr;;TV".Tr.;. $145,000 Light i -ff«f;>p«.;.;;-;. ■ 95,000 License... - ....... 80.000 Police court ............. 5,000 Miscellaneous 15,000 Duei : lux, , 311,723 MAYBE RUSSIA NEEDS IT NOW Thr Neptune Salvage company. «uw that the work of raining the steamer Islander has been aba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 September 1904

Independent in All Things vol. i. no. am. EVACUATION OF MUKDEN 19 SI TO Mi GDMNIENGED Reported That Kuropatkin Is Now at Tia Pass—Oyama Is Prepar ing for Another General Engagement (bulletin.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 10.— It Is reported that General Kuropatkin Is at Tin pass mid that the Russians are moving northward from Mukden. However, it is not ofliciully Admitted. OYAMA PLANS ANOTHER GENERAL ENGAGEMENT PARIS, Sept. 10.—A prominent Japanese here is authority for the assertion that Field Marshal Oyama has planned one more general en gagement with Kuropatkin before ■winter sets in. The Japanese he ■ays, recognize at least a year's fight- Ing ahead of them agaimt heavier odfls than those encountered during the present campaign, but consider the fall of Port Arthur and the oc- Cupation of the whole of Korea and of Southern Manchuria a sufficient trophy for the first year of war. THOI'BAXDS OF WOUNDED BEING SEXT XORTH BT. PETERSBURG, Sept. 10.—Or dinary oamp life has been set at Mttkde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 September 1904

? ■ THE TACOMA TIMES __ ■ry Krrnlng l"«««-pf Sunday by The Taroma Times .Publishing Company Entered at th« postofflce at Tacoma, Wash., as second matter. ■ USES THE SCRIPPS M UAH TI3LEORAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. .OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET.... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a ,^-»C 35; T-£?*>-v 25 cents a Moath, IS a Tear, Week, by Carrier or by MalL c*S3gsP > by Carrier or by Mall. MUST CARE FOR HIMSELF It has ever been true from the dawn of civilization that the laborer as an Individual la comparatively helpless, but that laborers acting to gether in concert have power of defence and assertion of rights. Almost invariably labor la more abundant than employment. Unless there is steady advancement in Industries the growth of population tends to overtake the opportunity for —hence the Individual laborer Is practically at a disadvantage In that he meets competition at every turn. It is distinctly an American Idea that the individual laborer, in seek- Ing to care for h...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 September 1904

PROMISED SUPPORT TO CHURCH PAPER H MOXTESANO, Sept. 10.— ReT. S. G. Jones of Kelso led the opening ex ercises of the Methodist conference i!iis morning. The meeting was one of the busiest of the session. Mrs. James Clulow, conference president of the Women's Home Mis sionary society, spoke this morning on the work of the society. Dr. D. L. Rader, editor of the Pacific Christian Advocate, gave an interesting ad drew. In the course of his remarks he urged the members of tne con ference to give their united support to the paper. Enthusiastic responses WANTED—A young man to learn newspaper business. Apply 768 Com merce St., apply between 4 and 5. BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS 900 Pacific Avenue. Pulled My Teeth—Never Hurt a Bit. Teeth Extracted without PAIN and free of charge while we are fighting the STATE SOCIETY DENTAL TRUST. Teeth Without plates, crown and bridge work for cost of material at the BOS TON PAINLESS DENTISTS' while we are fighting the STATE SOCIETY DENTAL TRUST. Teeth Crowne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 10 September 1904

4 GAMBLERS ARE FLEEING FROM PORTLAND PORTLAND, Sept. 10.—The final step in the anti-gambling crusade which has been waged here for sev eral weeks was taken yesterday, when 'notice was given to the sellers of lot tery tickets that they will be prose cuted under the gambling ordinance If sales are continued. Tnder orders of the chief of po pery slot machine in the city has been closed down, and the offl SIWASHES IN FOURTH PLACE Pacific Coast League Standing. Won. Lost. Pet' Tacoma .. 25 16 .610 Los Angeles 23 17 .575 Oakland. '.'.* 22 23 .489 Seattle ............ ,20 22 .475 Portland ........... 19 24 .442 Sun ' Francisco 18 25 .419 SEATTLE, Sept. 10.—The game yosterday between the Tigers and the Indians was another Id-inning affair and the Champions an usual came home with the money. • Casey whs responsible for the win ning run, but was aided materially by Cm-Ins Smith of ; the Siwasln B. The long man failed to connect with Casey's long fly in the tenth, and the. latter reached third...

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

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. HO. '220. KUROPATKIN WILL IE NEXT SUHI 111 TIELING Russian Forces nowßetiring From Mukden to the A orth-Fighting Is at a Standstill—Russians Ac cused of Using DumDum Bul lets In Battle of Liao Yang (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 12.— General Kuropatkin's army is again in retreat. The forces which have been resting at Mukden for several days are now retiring on Tieling, ■where a stnnd will be made against the Japanese advance. (BULLETIN.) ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 12.— The three armies of General Oyania LINE OF KUROPA The map shows the Russian line of retreat from Liao Yang to Muk den. Kuropatkin used both roads and the railway track. The distance Is about 42 miles. A St. Petersburg dispatch today states that the Russians are now re tiring on Tieling (Telini, where, it Is said, another stand will be made. The left hand map shows the vicinity of Mukden; that on the right, reduced as to scale, shows the railroad route which Kuropatkin will fol low shoul...

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