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The Independent Meat Co. will open their new shop
at 128 East Park street. We carry nothing but the
best steer beef, mutton, veal and pork.
ROAST PORK, BEEF HEARTS or 1
Ib. LIVER, lb.
ROAST BEEF, JWL BACON, 30
Steer), Ib... ....... .... b. ......................
PRIME RIB, rolled, 30
ROAST VEAL, C lb. -U
lb. ........ . MUTTON CHOPS, 25
LE:G OF MUTTON, 2 Ib. PORK
Ib. - PORK STEAK, 35
lb............ C.. . .
SHOULDER OF 20c VEAL CHOPS, 35C
MUTTON, lb. 20 VEAL CHOPSb.
. ... ...- --- - ,,- - -- . . . .. . . . . .. . . 3 5 C
MUTTON STEW, 'J@ HOME MADE
l.b. . 1... SAUSAGE, Ib 25
All meats government inspected and of finest quality.
Independent Meat Co.
128 EAST PARK STREET
Southwest Corner-of Park and Arizona Streets
Our Own League of Nations
I rom (.()01) 31)ItONIN(L.
Inasmlllll l as ii is the style just
now for everyone to le, iI favor of
somle liart'ictlir Leaguell of Nations,
Good Morning herewith sets forth
ill tentative outlinet his ihdea for a
League of Nations which would best
conserve the interests of the most iml
portant of the dwellers upon the
ea rth's surface:
(1) There shall be ablsolite free
dolm of the seas wihin reasonaible
limits. T'he seas shall tbe allowed to
indulge ill the regular tidal move
Ilellnts upon notifying the signatory
powers hereto, and ('speicially (reat
Britain, of su(hl intentionll. They
shall b)(e rough on stormy (ldays and
smloothl onl c1alm(1 days provided ti is
does not interfere with tilhe inler
ialistic anbliliton of anlly mlellmber of
tilhe league .nl espleclially Great Brit
ain. All fi-hb who now have vestedl
rights ill 1the seas may conlltinllue to
cxerclise those rights provided tl.ey
are not ca1ughlt at it
(2) On and0 after the (late of the
signing of this agreemlent by the
parties hereto. ino imperialistic ;!1
blitiollns whatsoever shall ie recog
nlized lunless tlhey llemanallte froll 1onI
don, Wasi ngl ,. Pari., Ite;;a , or
Tokio and it would he well if even
somie of theoee c|enters w,'(re a little
modest ill ally dem(ands that might
be colnstrllull d as iimperialist ic.
(3) Nothing ill this Leagllue of
Nations shall he construetd as iltr
ferrillg ill any way with tll' rights
of the vIarious govenmlllel'llts to waste
the public moni-s of their r' slpo.tive
constituencies wletlher ly arinia
Inents, mllilitary lmachines, junkets,
deficiency bill, rlevolving Ifunlds, lprice
fixing schemells or oltherlwiie: .
(4) All questionls concerniniig thel'
welfare of the different 1 publics ie
longing to tile clagueil. shiall ie c arI
ifully concealed from tile iublic un
til it is too lliat for hlle lpublic to as
sert its will ill oppostion.
(5) 'Tile governme'illnt of the leaguno
shall be ill thile handls of a suplll'rml
council consisting of we rel'liable
censors from eac(h signatory nl11ion!.
Notice of Time appointed for Plroving
In the dlistrict court of the S'con.l
Judicial district of tll sltate of
Montana, in and for the county of
In the matter of the estate of John
F. Sullivan, deceasted.
Pursuant to an order of said dis
trict court, made on the 31st day 1i
May, 1919, notice is hereby given
that Saturday, the 14th day of June.
1919, at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said dad
at the courtroom of said court, at
the city of Butte in the said county
of Silver Bow, has been appointed as
the time and place for proving tlhe
will of said John F. Sullivan, lde
ceased, and for hearing the applica
tion of Jerry J. Sullivan for the issu
ance to him of letters testamentary.
when and where lany person interest
ed may appear and contest the same.
Dated May 31, 1919.
OTIS LEIE, Clerk.
By II. W. McIntyre, Deputy Clerk.
(First Publication May 31. 1919.)
Sidewalks and Foundations-All
Kinds of Cement Work--Prices
M. F. KILEY
Phone 2610-J. 1109 W. Woolhnan
Locke-The remains of Charles E.
Locke. are at Daniels & Bilboa's un
dertaking parlors. Arrangements for
the funeral have not yet been coinm
pleted. Funeral announcement will
appear in later papers.
DANIELS & BILBOA
Undertakers and Embalmers
125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Auto and Carriage Equiomeae
Plable Undertaker and Embalmme
I North Main Ltrnt
l'hese cnsors shall bIe carefully se
lectted indl each shaull p)res-fnt satis
fraltory evidenllce that lie is interest
ed in no popularll or progressive
mIoveOlent whlatsoever. This Sl)premle
counlllcil hall have the continlluoll
and active as-istance of a subordinlate
council c'omlp0,osed as follows from
each lnatio: One ballker worth niot
less than two billion dollars; one
bulsineltss man who can plrove 1 lltt hliI
is a dilrector ill not less 1h,1n1 forty
seenll corpor'ionsllo; onle laboilr leader
Vho ihals do(1n1 no useful woilrk for atl
least t wenty-five yoIlrs ad who, \v1)I has,
lost all touch \1wi the laboriwng
classes; one sltates an l 1()t yo lnger
thanll sixty; iand one( socialist who is
collnvinced thait the only mistake the
socialist:; of ilissia, (b'German1y an1d
elsewhellre are Imakingl, is ill trying to
bring liout ithe state of .f'airs lIthat
the socialists haveo boe! !wtalking for.
(6t The u.:prei e council ant!
other subordinallte bodlies shall meet
in various purls of the world fel'on
time to ti)me. 'T'hse place, shall be
selected a.cording to the'ir remote-1
l;s fom1"1)11 lOVOll iilliary C(eI) rS 1II
or)der that theoy lmally not he) distullrb
led biy revolutionary nactivities.
(71) In join ini g the l .l t.l' of ,!
liilon!, Ithe I' iled Slltates of 1) .loeriel
pledges itself to llnd o111 y. live,'.
supplies pand dSnioeraiic r,.pectabil
ily to any oth.l"r lnl lnh:lr of (lio
league, and esl;ei:1lly Great Britaih,
who wishe' to pull off any !iltle i:,!
pl'rialiti , aunt, . )llt lnothlllill h lere'ill
Ian itged States u!nles,' it be to their
hest ilnt ,,er -sts so to do.
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S0pecial Service Article
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OameU M1a;'cnhiast'tt s Woiten.
The industries of Miass:achusett'
iemploy 212,ti46i adull t woml,.ni' (St :ti:,
lies of Mlanu iticturors, 1917 1. One
tenth oif thise womien were vworki!ng
for $8 per wve(·o or less. 18,127 were
being paid $S. but under $9 per
week; 22,429 were receiving $9 but
tunder $10 per week; 24,60) were re
coiving $10 bulit under t$11 pier week:
and 21,133 were receiving $11 l but
under $12 pr1 w(ck. In short, 51.81
li'er cent of the total tnittitibe (of wi)
mlieOn working in the 1itssachuitttisl't
industries at the timine when thlose:
figiltres were collectedl were wotrking
for $12 tper week or less. Only foiur
vwomen in each thundred employedc
were paid as muchl as $20 lper week.
'T'hese wages are for the weeks
when women iactualll y w\\ork. They
talke no aice(olnt (of llperiodl, of lunlnl
ploymtent. At the time these figure:
were collectied a living wage for a
wotmani ill Massachunsetts was approx
imately $12 pier week. The inidut:
tri's of Mtassach:lllIset:ts vialue their
womeni so lightly that they are wilil
ilg to pay more than 101t,00t) of themt
a; wage on whiich! livillg ldeceicy can
not be maintained.
Figures covering the general in
dustries of ,Massachusetts were col
lected in the early stages of the war.
'rlie Massaihlusetts 1itiltlllunm Wage
Commltnission has ju: I Is: ued a bulle
till dealing with the wagles paid to
womlten employe d int the manufac
ture of candy. Thlese latter figures
were compiled after the signing of
the armiistice when tlhe cost of liv
ing was considerablly higher than it
was in 1917. There were 1,071 wo
tmen at work ill tia estatilisllnlents
investigated. Of these 17.6 pler cent
were being paid less than $6 per
week; 45.1 per clnt were working
for less than $8 per week; 76.7 per
cent were receiving less than $10 per
week, and only S.7 per cent had a
weekly wage in exe('<s of $12. As
Sniing that tihe m iiillumn living
wage in 1918 was still $12 per week
(in reality it was i.:ore than that)
nine-tenths of all the wtoiten in all
important industry were being paid
less than this anmoui!t.
The ruling class in Massachusetts
may lament over tih fate of womllen
in Ilelgium and Serbia. It may sulb
scribe largely to ritlisf funds for the
women sufferers ill the near East.
Charity and intelli:. .;, statestman
ship begin at homi. L owever, and in
both of these dier ti Ions the master
class of tlassachltto.'tts seems to be
They are not foll:i:g Governor Fra
zier. The way lie ordlers the referen
dum ballots printl l1, s0o as to avoid as
far as posiblili c otfliu0iion of voters.
is worthy h111e lm:n. And what ;
blessing that Nirtmi Dakota people
have a goverllor atllo has the cour
t d r,
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A WORD TO
THE WISE IS
HOW THEY FENCED IN THE GERMANS
i t ;
Thbis f'ence was built about the HIotel Trianon in Versailles as a necessary
safety adjunhlt to the Geirman delegates., who are at present sta3yiug there
pending the signling of the peace treaty.
Quee n Soplhije of (Greece.
It may he that history will hold
i:olhie of Greece responsible for the
downfall of a dynasety, for the throne
of King Constantino, her royal hus
hand, has fallen. It is said that ehe
~.a in a great ealusure responsil)le
for the pro-Germ:' n sentiments of the
:lreek court and the reason is not
aor to seek, for the ex-Klaiser is her
b,:rther. Queen Sophie was born in
lBerlin June 14th, 1870. lcfore het
marriage she was a princess of Prus
":ia. Her mother was a daughter ol
lhe late Queen Victoria of England
Princess Sophie was married in 1889
to thli Duke of Sparta. who succeed
,d to the Greek throne upon the
death of the late King George of
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j ii tI;ii riijt s i I";t iiI
tsit ii iN i t~ ql ipl gis iii ;:};( (it f
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Iiil111 i g a nt : ! !( iI~l wt(
I hi ( U l II U ll11 ý'i .lti1 Iit(i Is i III1
I ut`,, f~i ' t ;t ~ll 'a' itl I It l ; :I ilt it II
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lju l till tn Il;t:t:r I loll pa I-0
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Today We Celebrate
Cathol . i,:, and Italian
Cathlall'c ' .n , will cole
hatc, td; : . . ivtal if St. An
thony of !.', . I "wi rrk." of utr
aele." it .. tr of hertic;."
the " r': , nI . nt, anid tin
"oldti - -0 o i . I'r:ticis." Thou
salnls o. , . ' ill f. vI y large
Am rii :i:, - a: V as in Italy,
will dlt1,n O.tay to parades aind
religi, . ;nlri the shrinles of
St. A tt , ,, 'dua will be visited
by the ct ''1 and sick who will
s I k itht t .-ioni of thr Saint ill
the hIot , ' a Iide whole again.
One a i , t!! trs iof the festival
will Ii" t . t tirel'e o small hoys
with the. .. -h garb of the Fran
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All Honor to the Yankee
,JOHN H.l\('i , Mont.
All honor to thliI Yanle. lboys and
their brae. " ioli.nXtits.
Noble heroes. one, and ;ill. ii h fought
and bled in h'lnd.ut
.i(nd those who !-Iood at .\ Aronl e
wood, whlre I ';;: Ii rude on
W\\here nests of l1lun a \'Iere hid by
I-Iuns in nlllderbl'rusl andll
Where shot and 1hell 1tnd 'hrapnel
Like lhailstonees from on h1i0
.Anld aeroplanes wv'ere drPl.a. h,:tIbs
f rom awa1Iy up in Ih It¢'.
No worlds of mine, nor lhra':o, fine
OnIl-hlIlf the truth can glci
The grnIndi was red, wIVrl' herlloet
I'hat liberty moight live.
;:`11 r:ý 1 t 'y ',ent, on v\ic'torly hatt,
\itlh m1 er a thought of fail.
\And I 11t, n 1 llbl I' lad went dlo\ in
all'llth the iron hail.
liut the' e41l't' wtasX just, a0nd 1 in ill t y
No 11ma11'1' \\ilI 1h (ost.
\\halt good would there be left in lif''
If lib rty Vwere h11.,1.
()111' nobhle so)ns out throughl the Ilu14i.
And the great o41 n Ilinden's line;
he Pru101 e'i.: g11 ar itd tr1111t' e' hi5 I4 ll '-d
They vstartt'd for I(,t Ithine.
Iiuti oiut. ye bells t"f \ ictory, andl 1 I
oll glor'y X\ilt4',
TII'he W rl' is done, the 1 1 ic'tory wV on,
S'ra y i.. s.ved.
Bulletin Boosters should patronize
vere illness, and who thave been
saved, thetir im t lie.r; i nd'o ly bliev,,
through tlheilr Ilyers and vows to
St. Anthony of Paduao . Some Of the
youngsters will awtir their \vstmlents
for only a moiiuth or two, otherlts f'or
a year oy mOl'e. i5 ad a fiew will ie
dedielted to lth ol'rder for the re
Inailuder olf their lives. Ill the latterI
cases the lads will not wear I(e reguf
lar 11ioikish robes oultside their own
clotliinig. bIi will wear inext to their
bodites if garlil iit . ul t soli.thing lik'(
a cliest lirotlctlor, aind tiedt with ;.
knotted fild. 'Tli'e knlots ipressing
Constaintly against thie tender flesh
will ii a. i I oniitfuois remtlinder'
to the i ids of their l mothier's vows
and of ifiow llhy were' siaved by the
holy o.:il f Pd"I'udia. The iereminotv
of i Vli' re Ill ' i. \vey solemnlll. Fi'st
the little brown robe is draped about
the lid. tilin iiit knioitt d wl!ite ca ord
is tie' abo utl hi: waist, and finally
tile lri,, :ll iitoll is ptlacled oIver each
W hi II·t tival oll St. Anthony
of Padula is o..st gei'fal ly obser'ved
by Italian,. TiIs' !';ilit ,':a;i Italian only
tby adoption. ;tlf 11d Pi l rti uiigi e-, 1' S
birth 1, ice " ; ia c.ilompanion of St.
Francis, ,'r I forni'd one oif the
grea[test I; : io orderi t it s in (Chri:;t
endomi. St. .lntllonys v'i wodly inaiiti
was Felrdiniaiil de Itillooin s. Iegin
iilng his rilifious ai'el't as a pilir
Franciscani !riar, lihe was eventuallfy
called flront obscullrity and for nllyily
year lie t'l'tachetld and, it is alleget d,
lperformnl d tl iral(tes il FrI'tanr e, Italy\
and Sicily. It was whfiile staying with
"a friend i.i the ciiy of Padau, witll
whiich thIe ,lint 's name is inseparably
connecttd, 'h;bt 'hiis host saw bril
liant rays 'tr'lllllFing unlllder the door
of the saitil's rolo, land on looking
Ihrotnh itlh( kivihole' he behold a lit
ihe child oif iarveloi'u beauty stand
ing upon fa boiok which lay opell upon
tiii table, :iiil t clilging with both
arims around Ainthonyis neck.
That circumllllstlanl gait' rise to St.
Anthony's faime as the protector of
ohildren and ilt, w\orker of iniracles
in their behalf. \\'henr her children
are threatened with illny danger, the
first thought oif any devout Catholic
mllother in Italy is of St. Anthony of
Padua. Malny are tile remarkable
tales of nliralculolus cures wrought
by the good saint's intercession, and
annually scores of boys throughout
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
I CENT ADVANCE " LESS THAN
MALE HELP WANTED
\WANTEID-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 \Vest Broadway.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CIIIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a Irial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operat;on. See Flora W. Emery,
Leoomn 9, Silver Bow block.
I.ETUlItNEI SOLIIERLS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bul
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
"XTi'.\ I fine dolbhle-deckl show case.
12 lee' t long. 19 lights of glass, 12
lidling doors; also beautiful Kimball
pilno for sale at sa.rifice; shop and
fixtures for sale. Good location for
nt tire anlld repair shlt l; cheap
rInt; imlnlmdiate p1ossession. C(all at
321 E. Park st.
-2 ,At'111: farm; 5 miles from Nor
ris; 201 acre:; tillable; 50 ares
Ibroke; lnced; good barn, house and
other ill)rrovements; horses 1a111\
aIlin eqllilipl t; good spIrings; will
sacrilice for quick sale; further pal
liculars, Owner, Fred Snio.ball, Nit
SIX-1I OLE Wonlder rangll e with
reservoir and hot closet; h1(1and
)ower colncrete Imixer. llert Itent
frlon, :lut) A ti herst st.
lFOtllll ROOM1S of good furniture In
lloder house, close In; could rent
ou1t one or two rools; a bargain.
519 W. ],roadway.
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
:-Iul) ).\l house :;., 61 ; d 1blehI .o -
ntr lots; $ 50)) if soldl this wekI .
23:15 l'rice on1 avI e.
-ViITI Ltghorns at $15 a. dozon.
T'lhe reen CooIp, thr'e blocks east
of lake Avoca.
2-C(IIAllL harbtr ;hlop, old sland
V. lilroadwa .
DAIRY FIOR SALE-A1, centralt)
located. Sn'p. Phone 5790-W.
()NI, t1.\ll:, weight "bout 1,100
pl unds, cheap. 90s (lallatin st.
50 YOIlN(G lIhode Island Reds.
261)I III l lrison a oe.
LI, IT, taln wiclk'r go-cart, cheap.
521 \W. (nlaha.
3-RO11OM house on two ot; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
oming st. Phone 5403-J.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
\MVi:inAN'Dyeing & Cleaning Wks
1:141 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
HIGIIHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools.
l:xl'IRSSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
pressmen when you want them.
ItUDOLPH TRANSFER CO. Phone
2711 or 2749.
.TTENTI:ON, JAMES % wIlirTE.
.1 .E\.\ 11 i HVIII't'I:. who was deported
from Bisbeooe, Ariz., July 12, 19l17..,.
is ,14'lu(ested to call at ;IS N. \Vyoml-
Pianos Tuned and Repaire6
(TIIYON. 1600 . Clark Ave. 16iR5-.l
('Inh( h ill recognition of their debt to
tnt. Anthony of Padua.
The Canadian Parliament.
The firstt parlianelnt of tlhe United
ProIvinlces of ('a.ttla was forllerly
opened seventy-eight years ago to
da:y by the governor, Lord Svdenhatl.
ThOe session of the lawmllakers was
hilld in Kingston. which had been
c'htson by lord Sydenhanl asl his
ciapital. Under tIie alt for the union
(of the ('anada. Ilte old provinces of
('pper and Lower ('Caniada were each
to hIave forty t Ie Illtemlbecrs in the
legislati\'e (as aiily ' The governior
died froml in)iri,'s rece'ived ilfront an
we'idi I8131 flil from ai horse, soon
after the meiting of the first parlia
ment, and was sueceleded by Sir
C(nl.rles Itagot, who retained Kings
ton as the, capital. Whien Sir Charles
died in 1s 13, Sir Charles Metcalf be
catmIo governor and he removed the
capital to Montreal in 1844, under
tile lprovisionl of tile Union Act by
which the right to select the place
and fix the date for holding "the first
•,ndl on.vareI, O(t310 RPwnann" nf thn 1t
CHAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
and cleaned to look like new.
,oth ladies' and gents' hats renovat
ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
nat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
;l'/ E. Park st.
TWO ('LEAN housekeeping rooms,
moder10 . 513 \'. liroa(ivay.
-1-ROOM uol(ern lhouse. Key in the
re:r house. 4157 N. Idaho.
• -R001 louse, furnished or unfur
nished. 514 N. Main.
2-IlOOM cabin for rent. Kemper
aye. ('a!1 26i4;-J.
3-ROOM furnished cottage. 1125
,FIVE THOUSAND WORKIERS
wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO LOAN
(;TI' YOI:11 MONEY at 3 per cent on
diamonds, watches, jewelry, Lib
er(y bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairs
Jeweler. Two entrances--Main and
road d wlay.
MONEY LOANED on diamonds,
watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reasonable rate of interest. The
Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 2833 E. Park.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant
furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; sunny; close in. 607
PERIM;. NENT or transient; clean,
liglt roomsl $.2.50 er week and
i i1. er(ury blk., 381' E. Mercury st
1914 BUICK, delivery body; self
starter, lighting system; in fine
condition. You should see this car.
• mith Machiune shop, 401 S. Wyom
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaldner's barber shop,
13 3 W. Broadway.
WIIY not save money. Have your
tires retreaded, made good as new
for half price tt the American Vul
Works, 11012 W. Granite. Phone
1035. Goodrich Tires and Accessor
ies. Ball & Etzel.
FURNITURE FOR SALE
I'PI1.NITUIIE of 5-room flat for
sale, cash or terms; flat for rent;
two front rooms pays most of rent.
510, W\V. Galena.
F'I'RNITI'RE for housekeeping and
large roomls for rent. 144 Penn
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
WOO()()D-Bl NING camp stove with 4
holes and oven; kitchen cabinet,
tableware, blankets, high grade bi
eycle. Phone 3579-W.
GET THAT chimney repaired before
it falls and kills somebody. Fire
places, mantels and chimneys my spe
cialty. J. B. Pruden, 1649 Sherman
at. Phone 565(i-J.
The first house which met in
Kingston was largely French and
radical in political affiliations, while
the executive council, headed by the
Hon. W. H. Draper, was completely
tory, save for one liberal leader, the
Hon. Robert Baldwin, French-Cana
dians were without reprecsntation
in the ministry, and this fact, to
gether with the fact that all but one
of the members of the council were
tories, naturally aroused the animos
ity of the new assembly. Lord Syd
enham, by the arts of diplomacy.
postponld the impending storm,
which broke during the administra
tion of Sir Charles lagot. Follow
ing the conflict betweein the house
and the Draper executive council,
and the resignation of Baldwin, Sir
Charles formed a new executive
council under the joint leadership
of Robert Baldwin and L. H. Lafon
taine. In this ministry, which was
liberal, the French-Canadians were
fairly represented. When Sir
Charles Metcalfe took up the govern
ment and announced his policies, the
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