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TBI 1VINIK0 WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1912.
61 Talks to Performers in
(Hidr Own German, Italian
Fire! Blood! Blood! Nikisch Demands
Of His Orchestra And Gets Them
IS MUCH IMPRESSED.
Financier's Daughter Will Give
Party for Society Ladles to
Meet Boy Acrobat
Back in America With
After Twenty Years,
Genius Regrets That
He Ever Left Us.
New York Audiences Ap
preciate Music as
When He Knew Them
Before, and They Have
Improved in Two Dec-ades.
Eg Nixola Greeley-Smith.
MORS fire, more blood. Ohro me
Moodl Gentlemen, wo mo oil a
X moo itrofl, I Know, but I must
MOM . . . no WWQI
i and Bailer Or no to-day. She
area o sea drcuo Ufa from behtat tho
iiii uot tho ikM elephants, tho
ffotOKl looporao. tho roertai Mono oar
ha Benawl t'.iera. bat tho pooph tbom-
tho per foi mots who mr apaav
I otothoa and han- by Uses toes aad
I Prancnf :wea.
Mcrean was aoeotwpaalod by
tar Wlllaina. former President of
Sse National Btectrlo Usnt Aaooola
ataa aad tho "oUaibio" of tho atlaV
Ma baoholora In Now York.
MlM Morgan flrot vlaltod tho wnra
owaa room, hi oberge of Mra. Talbot, tho
"mother" of tho olroua. Mra. Talbot
feaa boon with tho bit a how tor twoaty
roata. She toM har vhntor aba had
MM costumes for tho 1.300 pa-rformois
with tho ahow.
"But you must loe a lot of thooo
binge travelltn ao nateh," ran tar ad
"Mot oo much aa a apaiiili.
or anawrd promtly.
la th arson "oom woro MMawJ
M of 6lM performers, reprenenttne;
owearal nationalities. May Wirth. tho
Auotmlinn equestrienne, whose foata
masse oowboya alt up and tako notice,
waa thorn; Victoria Co Jon a. from Spain,
sailed "tho protUaot girl in tho olroua, "
who makes male heart palpitate whan
ha walk tho high wire, waa Intro
duced with Fred Bradna and hli wife
Blla. noted rMora from Oonnany; Mrs.
Dekoe, the daring acrobat of England,
and Mlaa Jardo, the Italian vymnest,
who makes heads apln In harmony with
her air aptnnlng feats.
Miss moroan talked to each
IN HER OWN LANGUAGE.
Mils Morgan talked with them a.
Mae talked with them aa woman to
woman She wanted to know about their
Eves and their customs. She ahowod
them she was also something of aa
aeroSet a linguistic acrobat 'for aha
poke to each In her own lengua.se. She
rattled off Ocrman to the delight of
JYsu Bradna. She reminded Miss Jaado
Of her own sunny skies when she
witched to the Italian. She made "the
prettiest girl" beam When she addressed , out a acore, a feat of memory to which
nsr in utv musical ia ilk " oo ui .-.iwi
She won them all and they all Just bab-
Turn ta M
Thie ta Dot a
call to oaraag
but a Httlo extract
from the remarks
of Arthur Nikisch
aa he conducted a
rehearsal of the
Orchestra la Car-
aegis Hall yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Nlklaoh, It may be remembered,
IB tho Hungarian musical genius who
throw up his Job aa leader of the Bos
ton Symphony Orchestra twenty years
ago because unfeeling directors sought
to dictate his programmes and who
had aevor sot foot In America again
until this week, when he made a tri
umphant New York debut In Carnages
I wanted Mr. Nlkssan to toll ma
whether amarloa has progressed
stoally since he left ua twenty years
ago, but whan I reached Carnegie Hall
I found o rehearsal for last night's con
cert In full awing, and It waa ao much
fun to watoh Mr. NUdsoh conduct that
I waa really glad of the delay.
I always had the Idea till yesterday
that the highly dramatic effects of or
chestra leaders were mainly for the
benefit of the audience, but all alone
with his orchestra In Carnegie Hall Ar
thur Nlklacb was quite the moat tem
peramental human being I have aver
Daring the rehearsal of the
overbore from "Melaterslngsr" the
conductor did everything but stand
ea his head, and he mads the or
ehsatra do everything but stead on
Its head all with a singularly
long and slender baton that
whipped through tho air like a
death dealing rapier In the riot
innate, bat lured ths love mi Uf aa
gently as If It were a spray of
apple blossoms flattered by tho
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mmm b?. i-aw m m
tmm wymv-'jm mm
' mm mm m aw
Fl mV:' : V ri
ono. w m m aw , "mmnmmmemmmi "v
was sent to him at the end of a con- , il KjM as
cert rn Oermany, wrapped In a pro- f OM I M
-.. - - k t wHitM, in sna. tv .Tsssnw
woman's handwriting: "Wear this In , VaaaanBBavBbwJA
memory of an unknown admirer." , TMfif aVrVsssanSssi
I pea, j m, til uitmiivi 7 ui tan nwuisaa, i apapapanw jXM
Ah, wall-a-dayl Wf U
mann aaniiniirnr xatrr
WITH TINY MONKEY JMt
oaiiput im ArniPA L Js
mu- I.UIIIni ll Urifll.U ill
unuuni in ni iiuni
ABDUL BAHA ABBAS
IS HERE 10 PREACH
WHO COMBS TO TEACH
THE BAHI MOVEMENT.
Persian Philosopher and Teach
er of Bahai Movement Met
by Forty Disciples.
London Society Woman Cap
tured the Marmoset Near
the White Nile.
Abdul Baha AMNtf, AMa FnVndl
"teaAmer" of the It ilia I movement, a
Per4an philosopher wrth a floaing robe
and a ehape'less mouth, reached New
York to-day on the White Star liner
Cedrtr. Abhaa Rffendl was aomnpanlftii
by hla nephew, Ir. Ameer Hareed. and
two other philosophers, Said Aawadullah
and Effendl Rtioghl.
Abbas Kffeti.U waa met at the pier by
a party of about fnrty pmspeniua look
ing pontons, Inoludlng Mountford Mills,
of No. U7 West End avenue, a lawyer.
and Arthur Pfllabury Dodge of No. Ml
West One Hundred and Thirty-ninth
;s:reet, alao a lawyer. Among the wom
en In the reception committee waa Mrs.
W. H. Beede of No. 4U Wait One Hun
dred and Fifteenth street, who said the
arrival of the "teacher" would be not
able In the future as "one of the great-
. est dnys in all history."
"What we nerd hero In this country,"
said Mountford Mills while he was wait
ing for the Cedrlc to be docked, "Is a
movement surh as the 'teacher' la leexl-
I Inn a movement to bring Christianity
ana love io ine upper onuers or society.
. The people In the steerage know about
suoh things already."
"I am here." Abdul Baha Abbas til
nn Evening World reporter In hla state
room, "to unify the religions of the
world, to talk In the Interests of uni
versal peace. 1 hnvo no creed
French ; I have nn doctrines to
IV aalflaaaal vQl
ASCOt- PArift ABBAS
JERSEY STRIKERS GIVE IN.
OarfloM Weavers Oo ta Work, Ad.
saletlng They Are Benton.
with the opening ttour at tho Forst
mann and Huffmann worsted mill. Oar
field, N. J. to-day practically all the
weavers who had gone on strike a month
ago and whose rioting had resulted In
bloodshed lest wenk, returned to work,
admitting they had lost the struts and
accepted the offer of a to per cent
Increase In wwges. Tho employers re
fused to recognise the "shop committee."
The return io work followed whole-
eele dsns ttone ewiee the doaasf Jf ,
William D. Haywood, the r a Waal L W. ;
. organiser, for Lawrence, Mam w.
TELLS OF MASKED BANDflf.
Mlton Konklo. an In Mat ui and Saw'
leotor, reported to the polloa of
ton, N. J to-day that three
men hold him up with iodagg dMff
had robbed him last night an the wmS
a nine from that place. ,
They took from him tho day's oaMM
tlona, which amounted to t yestatanfy
although they usually amount to as I el if
hundred dollars. He could give no aap
Isfsrtory description of the robberg.
WINE CLERK SUES SURGEON
FOR HIS WIFE'S AFFECTIONS.
$50,000 BOND BY SHUBERT
IN THE BLUE BIRD SUIT.
few musicians are equal
ONE WOULD THINK AN ARMY
At a rehearsal he frequently halts the
orchestra with an Impatient tap of the
baton on the empty rack before him
and sing a bar or so of the music to
show how It should be played. Yester
day when he uttered the ferocious ex
clamation, "(live me blood! I want
blood and fire!" he accompanied the re
quest with a furious stamping of feet
which ruxKested that sn army with
banners waa approaching.
. Finally, after the orchestra had triad
and tried and tried, he got just the right
crashing conclusion and said curtly,
"Thank you, gentlemen," and tbe re
hearsal was over.
"I should never have left America. I
regret that I left It," aald Mr. Nlkloch
to me afterward. "I Hnd here the same
appreciation of music, the same enthu
siasm thut prevailed twenty years ago.
I cannot laJP that your audiences have
Improved any more Unn all audiences
all over the world have Improved.
"It takea twenty years to appre
ciate a great piece of uiuslo, and
when a musical audience has heard
j It twenty tlmoa, say at one concert
a year, then only is it unaertnooa
"Is It nut rig that this should be?
A great cenlus puts uil his soul and
heart In his music. Ia It likely an audi
ence could receive and understand the
soul and heart of a genius at one con
cert? No, It takes twenty years your
audiences have Improved if they are
twenty yearn older und have been hear
ing sood music all ths time.
SIGN OF GREAT IMPROVEMENT
IN MUSICAL TASTE.
"After I left America, when I first
conducted at the Geuandhaua, In I,elp
sfc, the BUhscrluers gave away their
tickets wl.i ii theie waa a 13:alims sym
phony on the programme. To-day they
crowd the houAca when ilrunms Is
played. There ha.a been tho same lm-
Gerden. She arranged with the circus I provement in musical lasie eterywnere
nana sntaaaat for a jlu .111 hh exhibition else. There Is more appreclatlou be
at 4iet time. Four men and four taUse there Is more knowledge, more
women will demonstrate to the girls tXllerien ,. uf ihe beat music
how. by jlu iiteu. tney can Proiaet ,.NtsW Vo,.k ,la, glven me a wonder-
rnejrnaaives rroni prwwien iwu .nus m
I humble and very proud.
"Of your composers I will not apeak
bled away to her as If they had known
her all their Uvea. It's certain Miss
Morgan never mado a social hit quite
as etrong and lasting as the one she
made In the circus greenroom.
The distinguished daughter of a dis
tinguished father was much mpreased
ylth Eugene. alteen-year-old son of
Mrs. Dekoc. A handsome little chap,
perfect In figure and supple as rubber,
he proved aa modest as a young girl.
Miss Morgan asked the mother all
"When did you begin to train for this
life?" she asked.
"In the cradle." Mrs. Dekoe replied.
I brought him up from the start on
fruits and vegetables and lots of milk.
He does not know the taste of meat.
He comes from flvs generallons of cir
cus people. His groat grandfather was
0 pec!M pet of King Kdward VII, then
he Prince of Wales. My ambition was
to make hlin Ihe very best acrobat the
world has ever scan and I think I am
Mlas Morgan naked If he couldn't
fcilng several of hor rloh little friends
to asm Eugene and the mother proudly
The strongest woman. Frau Sand
w'.na, who juggles weights like Pavm
Morgan jugirles millions, was asaea tor
"Certainly," replied Frau Sindwlna,
and aeialng two of the men performers
by the seats of their trousers, she tossed
them into the air as If she were flicking
dust from her skirt.
Then she handled a few tons of Iron,
while Mas Morgan applauded enthusias
tically. Miss Morgan wsnt away pleased and
Impressed with her visit. She was sur
prised to find the morel tone of the
circus much superior to that of tlm
theatre, she said, attributing It to the
protection thrown about the girl per
formers by their mothers or brothers.
Next Monday afternoon she will have
a bo party of eeveral children of sjri
ctsty whom she will present to little
To-morrow night Mlas Morgan will
entas-tam BOO working girls at Terrace
ful reception, which makes me feel very
When the White Star liner f'edric
reached here to-day Ironi Naples and
Alexandria, her first cabin list did not
mention n very diminutive pasaenm-r
Whose trip had not rout a penny, al
though he enjoyed four heavy metis
each day, bathed regularly and had a
whole oornrr of the top deck to himself
as a solarium.
He is "Dan." a five months' old mar
moset, and he was captured near t'.io
White Nile, in Africa, Mis. Milltaen!
Millar of Ixmdon, who accompanied her
brother on a slx-hundrod-mtle hunting
Mrs. Millar will remain In New York
elghl days, du; Ing which time she hopes
to have mo inliMl a number of email ani
mals that wire trapped or shot by hur
party. She will return to Liverpool on
"Dan" waa cnplured by Mrs. Millar
near Khartum after she l.a.l given the
anlniiil'a mother enough whisky to ren
der her unconscious. Bhe aald the
natlvea advised her this was the safest
way to steal the youncsler. she also
bagged a specimen of buck known as
the "Mra. (Jray" vnrlety, said to be
rare. A crocodile and an alligator were
killed by her, and her bi other has their
Mrs. Millar was joined at Naples hy
Miss Mary Montgomary, of No. stw park
avenue, who had been at the Durbar.
Theatrical Man Doubles the Amount
of Security Suggested by the
Lee Bhubert dispelled the charge of
his opponents In the theatrical world
that he Is on the narrow edge of the
financial horlson by offering to ahow to
Supreme Court Juetice Blschoff to-day
that he owns upward of fl.OOO.QOO in real
estate, bonds and other securities In this
city and does a business of t40.uuo.UOU
Llebler ft Company wanted Justice
Blschoff to appoint a receiver to take
charge vC the affairs of "The Blue Bird'
company, claiming a half lntornst In the
company and alleging that Shubert was
appropriating most of the' profits to his
"It Is not the province of the .Supreme
Court," di elated Justice Hlschnff, "ti
assume the responsibility of theatrical
productions. I shall certainly not en
sane tin court In productions of theatri
Samuel I'Mermyor. appearing with
William Klein for 8hubert, said his
client waa perfectly willln to furntah a
bond for almost uny amount pending
the trial of the Dteber K- Company
claim. Juslos Bunch off suggested a bond
of IJ5.0U0, but Mr. I'ntermyer said he
Would Just aa soon double the amount
and make tiie bun I tGO.'M).
David Oerbsr, representing Uablar &
Company, made a Strong appeal for the
appointment or a receiver, fin.iiy saying
he would even consent to lee hubtrt
Mmself being appointed receiver.
We will furnish a bond for .'".'
within forty-eight hours, ' so ii Mr I'n
termyer. "and this will ,! way with
any necessity for .1 re 'elver."
Asks 150,000 From Fashionable
Doctor, Lately From Berlin, and
I'hlllp (lreenlioot, a wine clerk, to-day
filed suit for Sifl.OiKI In the (supreme
Court through lib attorneys, spits A
llroomherger, No. 3u Nassau street,
sgnlnet Dr. Otto Hchlrmer, n wealthy
surgeon, charglnK allenotlon of his wln 'a
to affiitlons. Dr. ( hlrmer la well know n
pro-' as a visiting surgeon at the Herman
pound. My word Is the word of love. I Hospital, to whlrh Institution ne came
Do not worship a lantern worship 0 ""mJZ ST 21 sVS LS. EE
llKht." " "
I'otvernlng woman suffrage Al.baa Ff- i tne suit the wine clerk alleg.-s not
only alienation, but criminal eonversn-
fendi Is as modern as Sylvia Pankhurat
HE IS FOR WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
AMONG OTHER THINGS.
'The woman suffraiclsts," he aald, "are
flinhttng for what tnuat be. Their men
tal capacities are the same as those of
men; they have the same civil offices;
they are the equal of man, Home of
them, of course, neil further education,
but that Is all. There are as many
ways to Ood as there are souls to Ills
creatures, anil the suffrage movnment Is
but the hewing of another path to Him."
It Is said of the lluhal movement that
It is not a Hert, that It Is not a creed,
that It works without organization and
that It centres altogether about the
will and the persun of Abdul Ilaha Ab
bas, who Is the son of the late Mlrza
All Mohammed, and the grandson of a
wealthy I'erslnn merchant.
Abdul Uojhn Abbas came Into posses
sion of tills wealth alter the advent of
tho Young Turk party. Prior
time he had been a.prisurior In.
a fortress, where, however, he was
permitted to have the company of his
wife nnd family. It Is said he has
come to this coun:ry tmtlrely at hla
own expense. Ilia followers contribute
rmrhlng to his Income, they say, but
they predict for his advent hero a new
era of spiritual thouKht In America.
"These men and women who are here j
to-day," said Mnuntfonl Mills, " are Just
hungering for spiritual food. The pro' -lems
of life nnd all its terrifying com
plexities have puzzled anil bewildered
them until this teacher sent his word.
When that word goes abroad, as It Is
Hon and entlci -nn nt. 1 ne apee'.nc case
of misconduct la charged, on March H
Inat. when Oreenhoot says he broke Into
Dr. Sohlrmer's room 011 the ground floor
of No. 13,1 Knst Sixtieth atreet and dla
covered his wife, Ilertha.
Mr. Oreenhoot began sitit yesterday
for separation on the ground of cruelty,
chancing her III 1st Nil Hi atriKik her on on.
occasion. The (Ireenhoots were marrli-d
ikuh and have two children.
"Ntw York' Portnott Millinery Houm.'
m- ftr Friday t Satartay &
The Most Wonderful Values Ever Producedr
in this Sale of
Ostrich Plume Hats
WHAT BV-ItY WOH'.H KNOWS
and man too. for that matter, is that
toe ll-page J Book which gees wtth
the Bunday World is just about the
eievertst bnlnn 1 rer given with a nsws
paper, A. NBW one negt Sunday, ion't
forgl t to order from newsdeiler In
bound to, we will see an end of all
creed nnd the attainment of the king
dom of brotherly love."
Abdul Ilaha A'l laa went first to the
Ansonla. but he may become the guest
of Mr. Mills.
Mt.ll. KB VI Ol.tltlTV wwnsu
The annual entertainment and ball
Of the Postal Kmployeea' Mutual Aid
Association will be held Tuesday, April
It!, at the Harlem C!nlno, BOOOnd
avenue and One Hundred and Twenty
It venth atreet. The afterno m perform
ance win bo mads unusnaii. In targeting
to ladles and children and will com
mence at 1.30. The evenlttl pcrforman 'o
will begin at S.i;, to bs followed by
dancing, Tickets, good for either after
noon or evening perrorma.ncM, may "e
had from any member of the commute;?.
Ths profits of this entertainment will go
to tho mortuary fund of the association,
which hns paid claims 'mounting to
I'JSl.fliiO from July 23. Isitr,, to date.
Tbe Bat Way to Clean Hoomj.
Put two tablespoonfuls of
CN in a pail of water. Wash
the floors and woodwork, pour
the solution into sinks, drain
pipes and toilet basins, sprinkle
to that I t' on garbage, use it wherever
there is grease, and dirt,
f Use CN from cellar to gar
ret. It will remove every par
ticle of deposit, destroy bad
odors, kill germs and make
everything absolutely clean.
Don't use soap, for soap is only
a surface cleanser. Don't use car
bolic acid because that is a nison.
CN is non-poisonotis.
' CN does the work better and ia
Ask for "Th Yellow Package
with the Gable Top "
This Magnificent Hat of Tagal
Hemp or Milan
Compare these Hats with
old elsewhere at $25, and you'll
find ours equal in every way.
This Stunning Hat in the Very
Newest Straws with
Curled Feather Edge
It to imrjo-aible to duplicate this
Hat anywhere etoe in New York at
this price. The nearest approacn ni
it to in hats that cost 15.oo or 1
$15 WiUow Plume TriMied Ilk,
rv at Compare these hate
if O with those sold and ad
vertised elsewhere as bar
gains and you will aotios
the superiority in every feature of our hats.
The plumes are very large and full, the braid
of very fine silk ramie, with folds of silk. Ia
black, white and combination colors, with
plumes to match.
Steinberg's 6th Ave. Cor. 18th St
ISr, 23c, sde. tl.e.
WEST DISINrLCTlN6 CO.. NEW YORK.
WHAT ITillY WOMAJT MOWS
and man too, for I ial loiittm, la that
the It-pact JoKs nook wnloli mm with
the Bunday World la just aiiout Ins
eleverihl thlnv vrr Klveri with a newH
PsjPar, A Nun OW next Hundiiy. Don I
for t to order from newsdeiler In
QRIVER SPEEDS FROM VICTIM
sfra, Joseph W. T irholl, aevimty
year, old, a wealthy widow of Wor
cester, Msas., waa run over by an ex
press waiton In front of the Martha
Washington Hotel, on East Twenty
nlnth street, to-dv and' mortally In
Jared. Hur arm and noe were litok n
and she received cuts and, bruise an t
The driver of the wagon whipped UP
k . , ,..,1 Ammrn ..ff l,.,fnn, i.Me illtn
oould ma!., out tl.e lettering on the I malic editor of a Qerman nsa'apaprr
waK0) and his astounded millionaire backer,
Mra. Tarboll was carried Into tho who exclaimed:
bote). Dr. i. B, Williams of .No. J , "WsU, Mlxlscb, I'm clad to see
Bast Thiiticth strati sain mars was
almost no chaneo of raoovary, Mrs.
Taroeil maki's her home with her
. i . , bJ . . i . ' . -A Die lit It. V
D Cratheii, of the l"ark CUurcb, of stent says that the huso sapphire rln there Is plenty of money here to msst
WOJCU mia wvers vs cue Mil ueitu nsnt aau Mil ueiimuw,
be.auEe I do not tet;l competent to do
so. Uut my reception here has made
me sorry tluit I ev.ir left A-nem.
y.r. Nikisch had to be coaxud back
coaxed with a guarantee of 1100,(100 to
hlmaelf and the orchestra, made by
Warren It. Falea, a wealthy cotton
manufacturer and music lover of Provi
dence, It. I. Yet. when the temperamental
orclieJtra leader landed last week he
was ao glad to be here that he kissed
everybody In sight, Including the phleg
you ; hat I don't know that Z ass as
(lad as all thatl"
The conductor's highly Ingenious press
CURATE STOPS A RUN
ON STAMFORD BANK.
Foreigners Were Alarmed as Result
of the Teller's Theit of
TAJstFOIlDi Conn., April 11. A
threatened run on the Stamford Sav
ings Hank following the disclosure of
the defalcation of 1:16.200 by tlm
senior teller, Major William H. Holly
was averted to-day by Ray, Antonio
Rtzzo, curate In UU John's Church
father MSIOi an Italian, went among
the Italian of the city, advised them
of the abgoiuts aoundnea of the bank
and persuaded them to lave their
money In It.
Up to noon about IIS.OOO had been
withdrawn. The Imnk deposits amount
to over ,0OO,OOO. "It has been a
picnic," aald Tieamirer llogardus. "We
hsve not had u busy day s business,
Quality Apparel, Moderately Priced
Cloak, Suit & Fur Co
TAFFETA SILK SUITS
Reduced from $23.00 and $30.00
Suit lo left Im of taffeta
silk; i u be had either
In plain or chaniieable
Suit lo right Is of man
nish serge, elaborately
embroidered ; Ml colotSl
spiriul nee aii qU
rJfJrJrr - rJrJ rdrJrirJrsifSI
Half a C'snlarp
Negl!2ees & Petticoats
At $8.75 Negligees of Mull and Dotted Swiss,
Empire Waist and Coat effects, with Val. Lacetrim-
At 411.75 Neulmces of Dotted Voile and Silk
Crept- de Chine, one piece yoke and sleeve, bias
bacK, Val. Lace trim, straight lines. '
At $14.75 Negligees of Silk Crepe de Chine.
Empire. Val. Lace trim, very effective.
At $14.75 Best quality of Habutai Silk, Empire,
with lace tichu and accordion plaited skirt.
At $18.75 Our own Coat Model Negligee ot
Crepe de Chine, Silk lined throughout, excellent
At $20.00 and 25.00 Two very attractive
models, entirely hand made, Crepe de Chine, Em
pire, beautifully embroidered.
At $3.75 Tub silk petticoats, bummer weight.
At $4.'5 Of heavy Mescaline Silk, side plaiting.
At $0.75- Best silk jersey top messaline flounce.
We are showing a very complete line of high
class staples and novelties in all colors of Chiffons.
FouJards, Mabutai, All bilk Jersey and ChiftonTaf-
James McCutcheon & Co.,
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