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' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 190G. " 3 H
Year-Old Daughter of
uk Parker of Woods
MGross Is Victim.
s UPON THE TRACK
Jnd struck BY PILOT
bSe Dies After Reaching
39 General Hospital
iS8i at Ogden.
SyiSKrAIay 5. No, 1 of the Rio
iefltern, due hero at 2:40 p. m.,
"yjRpung child botwecn Vlgilinl
Ulg'-Cross this afternoon and the
"gained such Injuries that It died
' 'jSit arrived In the Ogden Gcn-
;jj(3r&wls Upon. Track.
jtr. was tho two-year-old daugh
W5?and Mrs. Frank Parker, who
Woods Crosa. The father U
ijiAploy of tho brick yards Jim
jLjJVoods Cross and It Is thought
.itafternoon the baby attempted
rvIfS tno falhcr- The little one
ilKirough the wire fence and
Mhyje track, but failed to attract
gJon of the parent.
.ijtes in the Hospital.
p.tiwas struck by tho pilot of the
.ttlfthe little one was brought to
smthe father and mother and
.Vsfie Ogden General hospital, but
tilTfJ.w.ere so severe that it expired
iy- on arrival at the hospital.
Witeuldn't Stop Train.
mne was handled by Engineer
?SlLnd tho train was In cliargo of
H MRGIeason. The engineer states
jilald not bring th train to a rull
Uhe struck the child, owing to
iitthich closed the view and loft
Sfpjrtbut a short distance.
MY FOB POSTMASTER.
tNews Says Police Judge
7 Be Appointed.
S'jplay 5. The latest information
jjld to be warm from Washing
Tgiithe next postmaster of Ogden
jpno else but John D. Murphy,
lWlof the Municipal court, it is
?ithe reasons wny Mr. Murphy
ligjvanccd Is because of his hii
;nJti He has been known to let
jflie' worst rascals that ever came
Municipal bar in Ogden go
technicality. This Is being urged
:;rs'Smoot and Sutherland as a
Q9n why he should bo the next
2SEIow-ell for Davis.
BtraJght and It has been an--vjhat
Congressman Howell doos
ajra the appointment of Judge
ut desires to retain Postmaster
i,gp Davis, whose servlcea have
Urtolutoly satisfactory to tho peo
J,l)en. However, the two Senators
W.ve the best of the matter now,
mto tho grapevlno Information,
Airill raise heaven and earth to
ntJe appointment of John D.
It will also be like an offering
jax to placate another element
jjflnever worked for Ogden's good
f, enjoyed a good living from
fily Few Inys More.
Djyi more will determine whether
f Nyls is to be displaced bv any
UHhot at all likely as, according
Information, the President had
.utmost assurances of the
If ;-Mr. Davis.
' !BBED A BOX CAR,
j 'SPpcd His Booty and Made
M His Escape,
rjMay B. At an early hour this
Kujfflcers Farr and Martin saw a
"!pg northward alongside of a
Jle railroad yards. As tho of
rtitrached he dropped a bundlo of
"Imade. his escape. The good3
i-?rercd and consisted of twenty
ssjflfta and a number of eombrero
igjft being checked they wero
ffrec with tho description of
"Awaken from an Oregon Short
TER I2T TROUBLE.
i!$glght Charged With Stcal
gjET. $20 Gold Piece.
'StMay 5.-Tonight Sergt. Tout
JPrles Wright, a painter, who
iwlth having stolen a twenty
5K;plece from he purse of Mrs
Vh, at 3533 "Wall avenue. Wright
jTEflcrvIce of Mr. Lund, who was
jr.work In the house of Mrs
jfJe went there to receive his
and finding her purse, is
w&lhavo abstracted tho money
&ed. He Is In Jail and will be
jjESS IS PROMISED.
fSjon of "Niobe" Looked For
jrd to With Interest.
'i?X.?''nia Presentation ot tho
V JtJ lobc." at the Grand opera
I'!5Di!?ertLTuc3la' nEhi promlB-3
-V- J . bvBt tre""tH of nmatour.i
ra In Ocdcn. Tho presentation la
.J ovation to Rev. Fnther P. II.
All""0 .bu"iPr of ilio lino Htructuro
tho corner of Twenty-fourth
j4y yuorrm avenue, and who haa served
Jpwpa hair falling. Positively!
n'Pttruir . A hleb-claes dressing. B
tk'E"? . Slowy.hcaltuy.abundant. I
Bwdnor linen. 1
rfE BOTTLE FREE
' df(KPt"l?ut.wItyour name and
KM.tnailoith6 ctnU forpostao. !
0cnV.AddrcS31hJ0 iy Co.,
COnfc l,ottl8 at drugglits
HONEST MENWOMENENDORSE PE RUJMA I
"glceed BecT I
' ' ItlsSable of destroying: Bight,
. j ' teste.
?SiSo"Tr -x.- Kfc' -?Fi' : : f-''V;.:Aiy There Is probably no fact in popular
Mt&MWM?'' ' Iwl mm SSSmMi of lives would be saved, and tons of
UMmni- J- ' X PgaM, thousands of cases of chronic catarrh
fBtWmm0 .A PftWite aSmWI prevented by this simple precaution
(ft0mmm&$ff ; H QM0mW BSmWWm within the reach of everyone.
I (.mmmA A vfeVMfe fU&ffim ?mdW&k Peruna Is not simply a palliative to
W M&V, VATlrf :tH tome. It brings permanent relief. H
pifcli mmp-' ';K''WBS 4 011111611 Thirty PoTmdB to t- 1
STT7? PETNCE7J0MAR gg v'my pMr. JohnCRussell, 810 County St,
-i-iLu..w- K AL5VM I ANAOLE Sli W"I thought I would bo dolns but Jus-
BKi'W5' tlce to your grcatmedlclneto tell you
aPjj Recommends Pe-ni-na Highly. 8' oJrs?ana3! I
'1 111,53 Mtirie L. Meunler, 913 Ontario street, Montreal. P. Q.. Can-, writes: l a" weokS?n attendance6 upon my wife,
tn-ko pleasure in stating that I have been cured of catarrh by Pe- M&- $$0 who was 3urferlng' from acute Indlges
I runa- This cli3ense made life miserable, especially in tho morning, JBhSW ""While on a visit to some friends she
5stete- "when I had to cough and spit and make every effort to clear my thront MWW-W ' had an attack and I prepared to go for
WMbi and air passages. This remedy cured me promptly and I recommend it JK--' fWb tho doctor wncn our frlcnd Proposed
Lm most to persons afflicted with this terrible disease." JSW Sve h aose. H
.fe'l Health Restored Pe-ru-na for General Debility. Recommends feS Smceh that Q time mywlfoas1 gaTnea
by Pe-ru-nn. Mrs. M. W. Seffel. 212 Matagorda St.. Pe-ru-nn. fSSiSi f ' iSM thirty pounds.
mPM San Antonio Tex writes- lilSIPSv "We are novcr out of Peruna. When
ISSl M 1 a s D e 1 1 a -I hav ioJ?;Vnn ?or cAn.ro! I,SS Thoresa Wftfct the children'or I have a cold-we take H
Stroebe. 710 Rich- . have ufcd perun for neral de- Luml Secretary MX fW4i some of mamma's Peruna. H
mond street, Ap-bilitv d ve found it very bene- AIpha LodBe No 1-.W flf at It has cut my doctor bUls H
fflrifaa Pie-n. W 1 s., ;;vmiam h SwRzer R Sjne, jBliK K"- Hand.
"For s e v o r nl street- New York C,ly- writes: "I havr- used Mr- and Mr3, JosePh K,ec 215 R 4th
The Utmost Confidence in Pe-ru-na. years i was m a tlar;aabi T ,PeriT, for Pe-TU"Iia Recommended For Coughs and Colds. 8t SJSi vmhepieased with
nn i uld slderably as a result thereof for a "h and have . Peruna and do not hesitate to praise it.
Hon. C. C. Brooks. Mayor of Sunbury, Ohi6., also At- iK'no roHef from P",0,d ft)f JTS' thn? you c 1 aim Prince John Kalanlanaole, 1522 K St., N. W., Wash- w"S7l
torney for Farmers' Bank and Sunbury Building & Loan doctors and medl- era"iealth wus uffeTled- f , , , for it. I cheerful- ,ngton. D. C, DelrspAV i.tH uioj, wflno0 ui oao ?o the same condition incident H
Co. writes- cines "Three years ago I was forced to glvo iy recommend to tne same. ih
"I have the utmost confidence in the virtue of Peruna. "I could not en- up business and took up my residence PerUna to any "I can cheerfully recommend your Peruna as a very ef- Mth "P H
Tf c BWf mntPin Jy mr meals Qnd J1 ,U,10 Wc3tern country, looking for re- one s u f f o r i ng fective remedy for coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble." " r took Pent na for a cold which set-
"It is a great modicine. could not sleep at Hcf in a change of climate as well as a from catarrh, as J tin, n mv klrtnP much
"I have used it and I have known many of my friends night. change in the method of treatment for t believe that, as n!n Kiunejs, giving me mucn
ho have obtained beneficial results from its use. A "I had h e a v y a'lment- In my case, it will prove a sure cure. ' Probably no other physician has re- much better and H
"I cannot praise Peruna too hitrhlv dfrk C ' mv. hadIknown1tf Peruna before but PC-ru-na Credit, colved such a volui"e of enthuslstlc let- In a few months I was well.
I cannot praise Peruna too highly. t h e e y e s. My my belief seemed to lie in private treat- Gives Pe ru na ureait, tors of thanks as Dr. Hartman for "We keep it on hand all the time, In
trltnntlrJ Mr- James D- Kln Alam0 Hote1' Peruna. case we take cold."
mucn aiarmcu. "After much expense, both here and Colorado Springs, Colo., member You- Prevised Pormul a,
Colds in Head, Throat and Chest. "I was advised to give Peruna a trial, in the AVest, 1 was induced by a friend mans of America, wrltos: Mr. Abner N. Keep, "Vlneland, On-
and to my Joy I began to Improve with in Chicago to try Peruna. ..j na(1 to como hcre on acC0Unt of tarlo. Can,, writes: "Fort a number of years requests have
Mrs Lucy Hoey 574 6th Ave., Brook- the first bottle. befran the use of same whilst there lung trouble and found that my recov- For over twonly yeara z waa a suf. Jom,m K?$U H
lyn. N. writes. After takln sIx bottle3 i felt com- and continued It for about five weeks, ery was very slow. ferer from catarrh and hud tried almost uJut LaUve aualltv I have beeS 1
"I am thoroughly convinced that pletely cured. at the end of which time I returned to -a friend suggested that T try Peruna everything I could hear of. I doctored experimenting vlth a laxative addition 1
Peruna Js everj'thlng that It Is said - cannot say too much for Peruna as New lork, both well and happy. and I did so. I began to Improve very with physicians and specialists, but did for quite a length ot time, and now feel
t0 bc- . . a medlcino for women in a run-down "I am now no longer taking Peruna, rapidly and I kept right on using It. not get relief. gratified to announce to the friends of
"It cured me of a cold which hung on condition." but, If the necessity should again arise, In four months . my lungs were all "Finally I decldo to try Peruna, Peruna that I have Incorporated such
for over two months and which had me The large number of homes in the I shall remember its friendship. healed and my cough all gone. One bottle of It gave relief. After tak- a quality in the medicine which, in my
greatly worried. Peruna, though, acted United States alone, In which Peruna "Furthermore, I will always be "I feel that much of tho credit Is due ing five bottles I was sound and well. I opinion, can only enhance its well- '
like magic and I earnestly recommend i3 used as a household remedy, can pleased to speak a word In favor of this to Peruna, and I am pleased to en- am S2 years old and feel as good today known beneficial charater.
it to all sufferers. scarcely be estimated. excellent remedy." dorse it." as when I was in my thirties." "S. B. HARTMAN, M. D."
tli Catholics ot Ocrden for iho paat twenty
Ilvc years. It is his Jubilee.
The "parts aro all cast among- the pupil of
the Sacred Hcurt academy, wuh somo of the
younr men of the Catholic church. Th
training for tho occasion hus been under tho
direction of W. V. Bltncr, who is ono of
tho bent staco managers and arrangers In
Several Ogdenites Get Hilarious and
Spclal to The Tribune.
OGDEN, May 5. Bob Wotherspoon got
drunk and disturbed tho peaco tonight.
Tho police gave him two warnlnss, but ho
finally had to bo lodged In Jail. Hla com
panion with whom he was lighting waa
Ferry JohnBon, a boy not over 1C vears
of age, was also landed in Jail for being
drunk. Ho will be held until he tells
where he procured tho liquor
WILL MINE NEAR BRIGHAM.
Wasatch Copper Company of Ogden
Files Articles of Incorporation.
Socclol to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN. May C Articles of Incorporation
of the Wasatch Copiwr company wero tiled
today with County Clerk Matlaon. Tho hi
coriwrutlon provides for a capitalization of
WKJ.000 and all of the Incorporators aro Ocden
men. Tho shares aro M each, par value.
Tho company owns seven claims near Brlir
ham City, and with considerable development
work haa exooscd numerous and cxtcnslvo
bodlc.i of copper ore.
This Is another evidence that tho rcclon
from Ocdon. north to Brleham City, and" pos
sibly extending farther. Is highly mineralized,
and the efforts of Osdcn pecplo to devuloii
tho came Is commended.
Suit in Foreclosure.
Special to The Tribune.
OCDEN, Hay 0. A complaint wns fllel In
tho District court today by the lecal ilrm of
Mat'lnnla & Corn to foreclose a morlBaRe on
certain real estate that secured a Dromlwory
note eiven by Kllznboth Cumpboll on Juno
C, 1E03. to Flora McDonald for $100, with In
terest at the rato of 12 per cent per annum.
Mattson Judge Pro Tern.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, May 5. Owing to the nbsnco of
Judco J A. Howell, who Is holdlnc court at
Loinin, tho probato cases were heard In tho
DUtrlct court today by County Clerk Mutt
eon, who made orders for continuance In a
number of tho cases.
OGDEN'S FOUR HUNDRED.
What Society People of Junction City
Did During Week.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN May 3.-Mrs. J. G. Paino waa
houtess, Tuesday nnd Wednesday after
noons, at two beautifully arranged lunch
eons given at her home on Atlanta ave
n,uc' J MH'-P0lc was stationed between
the dining-room and parlor, streamers of
yarl-colored ribbon, beautifully combined,
being entwined nround tho lop of the polo
and radiating to the corners of tho two
rooms. Vases of carnations and spring
blossoms lent an added brightness to the
pretty ucene. The elaborate seven-coureo
uncheon wns served on small tables, seat
ing four encb. and a basket of applo blos
soms on uiich tablo further accentuated
tL1?.?iIa.rda;' ,dcfV Ab"t alxly guests en
joyed tho charming affairs.
The eighth anniversary 0f Clara Barton
division No. 237. G. I. A to B. of L E
was very pleasantly celebrated Wed'noH
tlav evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs
John l-orrest on Adams avenue. Rcfroah
mhini? wero . HC,rv by tho committee,
which comprised Mcsdomoa Aran Nameo
Haslet, Baker, Young, nsslstcd by tho
Misses Forest, Miss Is. 13. Brown and
Miss Francca Van Narnoo. A very de
lightful evening was participated In by
Mr. and Mrs. F. Young, Mr. and Mrs.
Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. F. Neeslcy, Mcs
dames Bogart, Lindsay, Murphy, Staples,
Hlnley, Noble, Helms, Freeman. McKcl
Hps, Alexander, Helms, Hoaly, Hoisted,
Cave, Woldman. Line, Shields, Tomasek,
Complon. Whetmore, and Miss N. Free
man and Graham Cross.
Mrs. Georgo Reynolds will entertain the
Lucky Thirteen club "Wednesdav after
noon at the home of Mrs. J. II. Rhino on
Mrs. John Gay entertained a few friends
at a birthday anniversary Thursday oxt
crnoon. Mrs. II. M. Rowo and Mrs. A. G. Horn
have Invitations out for a card party on
Monday afternoon at tho Virginia.
Mrs. S. M. Day of Salt Lake Is spending
a few days In the city, a guest at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hurst.
Mrs. O. B. Gllson and Mrs. H. M. Rowe
spent Wednesday In Salt Lake with
Mrs. William Glasmann entertained tho
members of tho Lively circlo Thursday
at tho afternoon performance of "Tho
Woman In the Cose."
Sanford Bingham of Rlvcrdalo fittingly
celebrated his L-lghty-flrtn birthday anni
versary Thursday afternoon, about 100
relatives and friends participating In the
Mrs. Lyman Wright was hostess on Fri
day evening at a very Jolly surprise, her
home on Twenty-first street being tho
scene of tho event.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Henderson havo as
guests at their home Dr. and Mrs. T. T.
Tulley of New York. Dr. and Mrs. Tulloy
arc on their way homo from a visit to
Mrs. Elwood Nolson entertained tho Ger
man club on Friday afternoon.
Ono of tho events of the coining week
will bo tho play "Nlobe," which will be
presented at the Grand by the young
pcoplo of St. Joseph's parish Tuesday
evening In honor of the twenty-fifth an
1 niveraary of service In Ogden of Rev. P.
Thu Homo Culture club met at the homo
of Mrs. T. 1, Johnson at 522 Twenty-third
street, Thursday The afternoon was
spent In reviewing tho magazine articles
on French art- Among tho most Inter
esting of these wero "Gobelin Tapestry,"
by Mrs. G. Coolldgo; "Corot, tho Great
French Landscape Painter." by Mrs. Mar
kel, and a brief sketch on tho famous
painter, Angelo AHtl. by Mrs. D N.
Smith. The club will meet next with Miss
Kennedy at 2010 Washington avonuc. May
17, when tho first four chapters of "Aus-tro-Hungarian
Life In Town and Coun
try" will be taken up.
A euchre party was tho delightful mode
of entertainment planned by Mrs. Charles
Deo Friday afternoon. The decorations,
luncheon and prizes were of the nicest
description and a largo number of hor
friends enjoyed tho pleasant occasion.
At the Inst scuslon of tho Century club, tho
meeting waa held at tho roxldcnco of Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. BccUcr mid- tho nostras won
nsslBtcd by Mrs. Con Bonn. A most elab-
I Tolophonos Bell 61S-Y; Ind. 607.
Engine Butts, Floors and Foundations,
Asphaltum and Composition Roof a
'Fred J. Sanborn 8c Co,,
CONTRACTORS FOR OEMENT AND
2M0 "Washington Avenue, Ogden, Utah.
Ail "Work Guaranteed.
orato luncheon was cerved after thn card
ramcs, which consisted of whist, and tho
guests of tho cvenlne wero tho following:
Mayor and Mrs. E. M. Conroy, Mrs. BrouKh
ton, a ulstor of Mayor Conroy; Dr. and Mra.
II. P. Hlbbs. Mr. and Mrs. IX. II. Spencer.
Senator and Mrs. Frunk J. Cannon, Mr. and
Mrs. U. Alexander Grant. Postmaster and
Mrs. Thomns II. Davis, Mr. und Mrs. Abo
Kuhn, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Manson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Raymond aro back
from Long Beach, Cal., whero they havo
been spending tho winter.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN, May C Dick Nelson, central agent
of tho Burllntton. waa In Osden ncaln to
day. William. G. Sharp, formerly superintendent
of tho Pleasant Volley coal mines In Utah,
went wnet tonlcht on No. 1 of the Overland
nnd will visit San Francisco nnd all coast
points, llo Is now located In New York.
Judeo V. C. Hall, of Utah, returned today
from California nnd went on to Salt Lake.
II states that the half of tho nxtent of the
San Francisco dlsaatcr hns not been told,
nnd nnscrts that tho Iobb of life and property
was something nppalllng, and probably the
createHt ever uustalned on tho American continent.
MUCH TALK IN HOUSE
Naval Appropriation Bill Still Sub
ject of Debate.
WASHINGTON, May B.-Gcncral debate
on tho naval appropriation terminated
with tho close of today's session of tho
House, one paragraph of tho bill being
read In order to make tho continuing or
der before tho House adjourned.
Features of the Day.
International arbitration, tho reduction
of our armament, a carefully-prepared ad
dress on the achievements of the navy
and a defense of the naval programme for
1907, together with a speech in favor-of a
monument on King's Mountain battle
field, were tho features of this legislatlvo
Those who addressed the House formally
wero Mr. Bartholdt of Missouri, Mr. John
son of South Carolina, Mr. Webb of North
Carolina, Mr. Tlrrlll and Mr. Weeks of
Several Days' Debate.
Mr. Foss of Illinois. In charge of tho
bill, staled that tho naval budget probably
would bo completed after two days' do
bate under tho fivc-mlnuto rulo. Mr.
Payne, tho floor leader, thought It would
take a day longer.
Pittsburg District Workers Have'
Ended Troubles and Will Work.
PITTSBURG. May 5 Tho differences
between the United Mlno Workers of tho
Pittsburg district and the Great Lakos
Ccal company at Kaylor, Pa., have been
satisfactorily adjusted and work will bo
at once resumed.
The agreement 13 based on the 1003
scale with tho concessions slnco obtained
and Is for two yoars. About 1&00 mun wero
Big Firo in Denver.
DENVER, May C A ccncrnl merchandlss
otornjre warchouso on Wowrttta Btrcot In this
city, belonging to tho Denvor Transit and
Warohouno company, woo dostroyed by flrn
today. Tho loss Is estimated at J1M.000 nnd
Is divided nmontr a number of firms.
Trlore Gold for 'Frisco.
LONDON. May C Tho American stoamer
St. Paul, which called from Southampton for
New York today, took J1.S35.000 In cold, most
of which Is dostlncd for tho acants of Drltluh
Inouranco companies to meet their San Ftan
Held's band, Liberty park today. J
" victim of ram
Colorado Attorney on His Way
Home From Idaho When
J. K. P. McCallum, the Colorado attor
ney who was knocked down by Second
South street car No. 71 Friday night, sus
taining various painful though no dan
gerous Injuries, in rapidly recovering at
the L. D. S. hospital and will bo himself
again In a fow uayc.
Message of Inquiry.
On account of tho prevailing opinion I
that ho was badly, perhaps fatally, In
jured, tho news of tho accident wus tele
graphed throughout tho country. As a
result of tho spread of these dispatches a
number of Inquiries havo been received
from distant points sont by partlos seek
ing to ascertain tho extent of Mr. Mc
Callum's Injuries. One of these camo
from a brother at Fort Collins, Colo., tho
home of the injured man. It reads:
"Department of Police, Salt Lako City.
Utah: Can yon glvo me Information re
garding Injury of J. K. McCallum of this
place on street car within last day or two?
How scr!oU3? Answer.
"A. B. McCALLUM."
To this Soargcant J. A. Lenzl wired the
following In the name of Chief of Police
Sheets: "J. K. P. McCallum conscious.
Not considered serious. Refer you. at
request, to J. F. McKnlght. claim agent
of Utah State and Railway company. '
On His Way Home.
It was learned Saturday that Mr Mc
Callum had only been In Salt Lake a dav
or two and wns pn his way homo from
Mackny. Idaho, where he had been at
tending to some mining litigation for his
brother, who Is an extensive owner of
mining and milling properties In that
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HONOR FOR HEINZE
Reported That He Will Succeed Mr.
Clark as Senator.
BUTTE, Mont., May G. The report Is
current here that F. A. Helnzc will suc
ceed W. A. Clark as Senator from Mon
tana, Mr. Clark having authorized tho an
nouncement that ho is not a candidate to
It is freely stated that this honor for
Mr. Helnzo is a part of the deal by which
hu relinquished his enormous copper in
terests to tho Amalgamated company,
bringing to a conclusion the long-drawn-out
conflict between the copper magnates.
PASSION FOR SANITATION '
German Town Council Prohibits ( jH
Dresses With Trains.
NORDHAUSEN, Prussian Saxony, May
5. Tho Town Council of Nordhausen haa jH
Issued an ordinance, prohibiting women jH
from allowing tho trains of their dresses
to drag in tho streets as a "measure for
tho precaution of health and for the pre
vcntlon of tainting the air with dust."
The passion of sanitation sweeping over
Germany is likely to result (In similar or
dlnances being enforced byl other munlc-
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