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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1912.
CHORDS AND DISCORDS
BY J. M. C
AS IDIGA?rT SCISCRIBCR.
Telephone In the editor's office rings.
"Is that the editor?"
-Well, this Is Mr. I'm set-
tine tired of reading misleading stor
ies la yoor paper."
"What's ths trouble now?"
"Well, you printed an article last
night telling about a prominent man
from another city being arrested with
two women In a disreputable hotel, and
then failed to give his correct nam.
Don't believe that is the way to treat
"The name was printed as It was
given to our reporter by the police.
Besides, we understand the man comes
from a family that wonld be greatly
humiliated by the real facts. If they
were brought out In the public press.
Furthermore, the offender harmed no
one except himself. He alone was In
volved." "Of course, you protect him because
of the social position of his family. I
take a paper to get the news, and my
argument Is that I am ntt getting what
I pay for when you shield a dissolute
person wnose real character ought to
he spread before the community."
"Why dont you call up the chief of
police? Ton are a taxpayer, and are
entitled to courteous consideration of
, a requf-st on a matter of information."
"That's right, I could do that. But
Fm taking your paper to keep me
"True, but we are not scavengers.
Furthermore, we do not feel that the
community would have been benefited
If we laid bare some untoward action
.of the man in Question. Anyway, we
dr. not know that it is a fact that any
other man than the one of the name
mentioned was arrested in the affair
you have reference to. . However, w
have heard by street report that he is
a prominent resident of one of our
"Couldn't you tell m confidentially
iio he is?"
"We have no objection to telling you
who common report says he is. Re
port has It that he is Mr. ,
"That a fact? I'm sorry."
"Tes. Thought you would be."
"And you are not going any further
Into the case?"
"No. There is no occasion to do so.'
"That's fine. I always did admire
your paper for its cleanliness. Besides,
our families sre good friends, and it
would have been terrible to have print
ed the truth. I want to congratulate
your paper. There are some things
sftcr all, that should not appear In the
public prints. My, how my chlldrea
would have blushed had they seen that
man's name published in connection
with such a case."
And It was ever thus, and ever
A DELAYED FEE.
Dr. H. W. Reed, pastor of the First
BaptlEt church of this city, performed
a marriage ceremony while stationed
at LaCosse, Wis., 14 years ago, for
which he failed to receive a fee. The
young couple dropped in on the doctor
lette's friends gathered at her home
Sunday evening and decorously watch
ed the old year die.
merce of Charleston, S. C, will pre
side over a drainage conference In
Nashville during the sessions of the
southern commercial congress April
Louisville, Ky. At the eighth an
nual conference of the national child
labor committee to be held Jan. 25-
28 emphasis will be laid on the need
for the Adoption of a uniform child
ANY REWARD Y
Elmer Patterson was seen m this Pbor b 016 8tatea
If You Want to Burn Good Coal
131 A VITAL SPOT
(Cameron. I1L, Gatette.)
Schenectady, N. T. Mayor George
D. Lunn, socialist, has called Into
consultation here Mayor Emil
Seldel of Milwaukee and others in an
in his study one evening. The groom I days ago and it failed to heal proper
S. B. Armstrong hurt his hand a few lndeavor fQ bring about
explained that he had not been work
ing for some time, but that he had a
good job in sight, and one of the first
obligations that he would satisfy was
that of the pastor that tied the knot
for him. The good minister answered
that he was not the kind that would
allow a fee to stand In the way of the
happiness of a pair of young people.
and told the chap that when he was so
situated that he could conveniently do
so, he could drop around with the
"I made a notation of the service,"
Dr. Reed said, while recalling the in-,
cldent the other day. "Months after,
in perusing my records. I saw that
tbere'wa a fee due me. I wrote the
young man a reminder, not that I was
hungry for the money, but to not per
mit him to get the Idea into his head
that the ministers are a soft lot simply
because they are ministers. He called,
and assured me that he was doing
nicely and that after he got a few oth
er little matters straightened, he would
take care of me. He seemed a sincere
fellow, and I had faith in him. I in
quired about his wife, and encouraged
him ss best I could, and told him not
to worry over what he owed me.
"I 'came to my Rock Island charge
In 1902. Six years ago, one Sunday
night, as I walked from my pulpit to
my residence at the rear of the church,
a stranger stopped me.
"'You Rev. Reed?' he asked.
" 'I Am he,' I answered.
"'Guess you don't remember me?'
"'No. Must have forgotten you, 1
" "Why, I am Mr. . Remem
ber, you married me years ago in La
crosse, and I stood you off for the
Oh, yes. I recall you now. How
are you gett.ng along? I am glad to
" 'I am glad to see you again, too.
I was Just passing through, and I heard
you were located here, and I thought
It would be a good Idea to let you
know that I had not forgotten that lit
"But I haven't received my fee yet,"
remarked Dr. Reed.
A number of Miss Florence Mal-
ly. Blood poison set in in the middle
of the week and he has suffered terri
bly, but is' now on the mend.
Some of our ladles mourn the loss thfl notJ8e of representatives recom
or their house plants, wnicn ieu vie
Urns of the frigid weather.
date revision of business methods in
Columbia, S. C. A committee of
mended that portions of Governor
Blease's special message giving rea
sons whv he vetoed a libel act and
chaxce to get rid op worth- attacklng Soutn Carolina newspa-
LEss iiisbasus. ners be expunged from the record of
(Port Byron uioDe.j the house as unfit for publication
Port Byron is to have another com
bination sale this spring. Articles are Berlin. The condition of Engel-
now being listed. If you have anything Dert Humperdinck has improved.
you want to get rid of, see Auctioneer Tne fever symptons have dlsappear-
D. B. Noah. He can sell anything ex- 9 DUt tne partial paralysis con-
Archie Henderson again cuts our
steak, roasts and fries at the meat I Greenock, Scotland Passengers
market The same genial and accom- of the Allan line steamer Pretorian
modating wlelder of the cleaver that on arriving here reported that flames
he was when he left the block about broke out in the smoking room on
two years ago. Princeton Correspond' the upper deck when the liner was
ence. about 130 miles irom Malm Head.
The new year was very quietly ush- The smoking room was destroyed,
ered In here last Monday. Several out no one was injured
have told us of good Intentions form
ed, and while we believe them all sin
cere, we think quite probable that in FOREIGN NEWS
their naDHS win average ttouui
Pyroiite Coal n)
Cheapest and Best for Furnace, Cook or Heating Stove
MUELLER LUMBER CO.
Old Phone West 511
The Story of a Joy Hunter
TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO
(From The Argus Files of 1S87.)
Jan. 8 Henry GIskm. the well known
korsehoer on Eighteenth street. Is a
little anuuyi'd by reports which have
been repeatedly brought to him about
what other shoers could accomplish.
And be dexlres to state that he will
wager from $50 to ,$100 that he can
fit and drive thoes on 20 horses in
Irss time than any man in the three
Jan. 10 President Ferguson has
called a meeting of U.e Rock Inland
Himlueas Mil's hiR'K-iiUlo:i to be held
at the Harper house . tomorrow after
noon. The principal business Is to
consider the best mode of offering in
ducements to the Atkinson, Topcka
and Santa Fe to build its proposed ex
tension into Rock Ixland. The Argus
of Saturday evening called attention
to this matter as it did to taking steps
to have the C, B. ic Q. build a line
from New Boston to Rock Island, thus
placing the city on one of the impor
tant lines of that great system, a mat
ter which is also to have the attention
of the meeting.
One of our commercial travelers had
his pretty blond mustache sadly muti
lated the other day. He gave a rural
barber instructions to trim his bisute
lipendHge. and fell asleep in the chair.
I'pon awakening, he was horrified to
discover that it had been cut close to
his lip and his face had a pugilistic
Jan. 11 Adair Pleasants has gone
to Springfield to attend the meeting
of the State Bar association.
Locksmith Pleblg left for Oskaloosa
and What Cheer, lows, yesterday after-
Verily, Fieblg Is In great demand.
Jan. 12 H. P. Greenough, superin
tendent of telegrsph for the R. I. &
P. road. Is proud of a new dock which
ornaments his office in the R. I. & P.
building. It Is one of the handsomest
timepieces that was ever put together.
It is extraordinarily large, Is made of
black walnut, finely carved, and has
the perpetual calendar attachment. It
Is also a splendid timepiece and will
serve as Mr. Greenonph's guide In
keeping his trains right on the dot of
schedule time. .
Postmaster Haw eg' report shows re
ceipts for the year just closed amount
to $21,455.75. Last year the total was
$I.,2a.C3. A phasing increase.
The Lcdios' Aid society of Eeards
'.cy eaxp, Sons of Veterans, have
through their efforts and the money
derived from the G. A. R. encampment
last fall and recent entertainment, re
carpeted and repapered G. A. R. hall,
had the furniture newly painted and
varnished, and placed handsome cur
tains at the windows, which gives it
a neat and cozy appearance.
Jan. 13. This morning Postmaster
C. W. Hawes received orders from
First Assistant Postmaster General
Stevenson to prepare to inaugurate the
carrier or free delivery system in Rock
Island Feb. 1.
The carriers will soon be appointed,
nuu im re are iiuy apiuicaii's 10 cnouse i
the same with them that 1911 did. The (Special Correspondence of The Argus.)
cay enaea up wun a gruuu umsuci- jwnnA ereneral election will be
ade ball at Dennis' hall. Princeton held throughout the German empire
Correspondence. Friday. Jan. 12. to choose members
of the reichstag. Rarely has an elec-
whats the tsB of nrrrxo coal Uon exclted more intere8t since the
WHEX 1'ODTIE l LOVEt fniiTKHnar of modern fiornmnv anil
(Hillsdale post.) rarely has greater iiADortance at-
Leonard Ashdown raced tne com tached to the result.
weather all the way to rirte sunaay The widespread dissatisfaction
evening, where he enjoyed the even- over tne policy of the government In
lng with his lady friend. Call again, tne Moroccan negotiations, a dissat
Len. I isf action which left it apparently
without a single friend in the reicbs
docs new location. Ha, and the jrreat increase in the
(Sherrard Bulletin.) cost of the necessaries of life, which
Mrs. Robert Baily and son Harvey bears most heavily upon the wage-
were in Rock Island Saturday between I workers and all persons of small in
trains, where the latter is having den- comes, have created a situation In
tal work done. which the most acute political pro-
John Niebling transacted business In phets find themselves at a loss to
Rock Island between trains Saturday, predict the probable result at the
Ines Paublekonski of Rock Island, pons.
accompanied by her friend, Mr. Stuy- It seems to be conceded that the
vart of Moline, called on the former parties of the left the liberal
friend, Mrs. Albert Poschke, between groups and the socialists will make
trains Saturday evening. gains, oui meir proDawe extent is
lies that make tou thixk. tne reicbstag Just dissolved was
From George Broadhursfs play, elected In January, 1907, and sat
The Price." in which Helen Ware is iur lue uve years Term provmea in
starring" luo tuusuiuuuu. ii wii cuusuiuiea,
A clever man can explain to tlrt 'u"uwras iw elections or as
rioh,t nniin nr at least n. clever wo- loiiows.
... m - I TJtfht ( (VinfioruoHroi fra rrr.
man accents any exnianauon rrom ma i
riv,t Berrauves, agrarian associa-
I will take my happiness at any price, ' ' : ' ' tit
at any sacrifice. What is life without p";" V. , ,.u . V.
if Va flr 11 entitled to our haDDi- luttLluual ""eruia . raai-
.' ... cals 61) 106
Pfifia If oan ertt it I ' w v
-v... o e - ties) 6
man taken ft an a matter of course; o
but if they go wrong-Ha! , 6 Bre" growtn or tne tie at
Fate nearly always finds a means of tfce .ePmBe of the rural districts has
escape, if one is willing to pay her rKea especia ly against the social
price, but she drives a hard bargain, ,olD' vu'cl "ulB ,,u
and she exacts the last penny.
An ideal! something a young girl
dreams of; the engaged girl thinks
she has found; and the married woman
knows that there never was.
BY P. B.
There was once a Gilded Youth
whose idea of Paradise was an Island
of Turkish Tobacco surrounded by an
Ocean of Champagne and populated by
Innumerable Fac-similes of the Venus
de Milo. His Watchword was Pleas
ure, with the Accent on the Antepenult,
as in Radish.
His Distinguished Progenitor had
through Kick- Him- In - the- Mouth -and-
Grab-It-Methods, gotten a Strangle
Hold on the Hind Leg of Luxury and
Opulence, and found it necessary to
employ a small Regiment of Menials
to count the shekels as they Rolled
Into the Strong Boxes. These Slaves
all donned Rubber Gloves during the
performance of this Task, lest magni-
tudlnous Gobs of Concentrated Taint
come In contact with their Salary
Hooks and instill in their systems the
deadly Bacteria, which would render
them first class Bank Robbers and
Second Story Workers.
The most Herculean Undertaking
with which this Gay Boy was ever
confronted was the devising of new
ways and means of disbursing the Gov
ernor's coin, and discredit us not when
we ejaculate Little Oswald was there
like a Bartender at a Telephone Girls'
Each Night would find him In some
Go-as-Far-as-You-Llke Rathskeller seat-
ed across the Table from a Flashy
Looking Broad with $47 worth of Wil
low Plumes, a Painty Smile and a
Liquid Storage Receptacle like a Bot
tomless Pit. These Feminine Com
panions invariably knew all the wait
ers by their First Names, and could,
after the Initial Sip of their Cocktails,
announce with deadly accuracy which
Bartender had concocted the Libation.
There he would remain until the en
trance, of the Uniformed Dinge and
the attendant Business of placing
Chairs upon the Tables implanted in
his Foggy Dome the Information that
Joy and Revelry had both been re
leased for the Nonce and that there
existed on this Planet some weak In
dividuals who occasionally seek Repose.
After esevn or eight years of this
Clip, Little Oswald began to look Hol
low under the Eyes and Bundry Streaks
of snow began to appear around his
Temples. His thirst had increased by
Leaps and Bounds, but his Appetite
was Vacancy. So constantly and Per
sistently did he Absorb the Joyous
Elixir that very time he would Dally
with Solid Food his Stomach register
ed a Protest and Kicked over the
Traces. He began to Evince a marked
interest in things Zoological and fre
quently of an evening would Lie in
bed and Tickle a green Elephant with
bis Large Toe while affectionately
caressing a Red, White and Blue
Grasshopper upon the Forehead. As
day followed Day he added to his Col
lection and bestowed upon Each of bis
pets a Monicker. One night the Purple
Boa Constrictor got Fresh with Chow
Chow, the Man Eating Squirrel, and in
trying to separate the Combatants,
Oswald was mortally wounded in the
Struggle, which la a very Delicate Por
tion of the Human Frame, and as a re
sult of his injuries, Ossy Passed Out
unostentatiously in the General Direc
tion of the Tropics.
Moral: What is the moral? WTe
rlsburg. Probably the. most Interest
ing feature of the exhibit are th
pen and Ink sketches of Shakespear
ean characters, numbered among the
last efforts of the dead artist. These
were the result of a life long study
of Shakespeare's works and the
Shakespeare country made by Ab
bey, but he had not progressed far
enough with the great work to ex
hibit any of it before his death. !
The Abbey exhibit is in charge of
Sir Frederick A. Eaton, secretary of
the Royal academy. After preparing
the exhibit, Mrs. Abbey sailed for
New York. The Abbey exhibit at
Burlington house will be followed by
an exhibition of old masters which
will be the most important given by
the academy in recent years.
With the taking over of the Na
tional Telephone company on Jan. 1.
the government became the owner
of practically All of the telephone fa
cilities of the British isles.
The property of the company be
comes the possession of the state
and the 18,000 employes Join the
ranks of the civil servants of the
kingdom. Generally speaking, the
officials and employes of the com
pany are not pleased with the change
as they feel that It will militate
against their chance of advancement.
Now that the government is in su
preme control of the telephone facil
ities of the country, it is expected
that efforts will be made to extend
it greatly, especially in the rural
districts, where the telephone Is al
most unknown. Even In London the
telephone directory is no larger than
those of several cities of the United
States with population of lesa than
I believe, as you do, that whom God
has Joined, no man should put asunder,
but do you think God has Joined most
of the couples that are married? If
He has, why don't they get along to
Hired girls are a nuisance. If you
get a good one, you cannot stand her;
and if you get a green one, by the
time she knows enough to be worth
her salt she either is grabbed by the
woman next door or she elopes with
the Ice man.
When a man meets a woman whom
he knows is not what the world calls
virtuous, he may love her. marry her.
and be happy with her; but if he loves
five from. There will be ten disap- J a woman whom he thinks virtuous, and
pointed to every one who is fortunate
in receiving an appointment.
Jan. 14. Last evening P. L. Mitch
ell, in coming down the steps of his
then finds that she is not that is the
What does any man know of Justice
where a woman is concerned? If a
many, as elsewhere, is mainly in the
great centers of population. Five of
Berlin's six delegates to the late
reichstag were socialists, as were all
three of Hamburg's delegates.
The original two parties of 50 and
more years ago the royalists and
democrats have developed since the
erection of the modern empire Into
no less than 40 parties. Of these
13 had representatives in the late
reichstag and seven delegates more
over were without any nominal party
allegiance. Disregarding, however,
all but the essential points of var
iance between these various parties,
five great groups can be named
which comprehend fairly the con
crete views of all but the particular
istic voters of the empire. These
groups are the conservatives, center,
national liberals, radicals (or pro
gressives) and socialists.
The conservatives are, above all, a
government party and the represen
tatives of the great landed propri
etors of north Germany, especially
mansion on Second avenue, slipped , girl buys a bankrupt prince for his
and fell, striking the back of his head ! title, if she pays him and his credi
on the stone steps. A doctor was im- tors for the privilege of marrying him,
mediately called, who found a email if she buys him and gives herself to
scalp wound on the back of the head : him without even a thought of love, if
she does these things and the man
dies, would you hold them against her
ana say "you are not fit to be my
in which he took a few stitches.
On the occasion of his 65th anniver
sary, George Wagner was surprised
by about sixty couple of his friends ' wife?" Oh, no! Or, if I had sold my
last evening. An elegant supper was ! self to a beast with money, but had
served and the Druid Maennerchoir j done it legally, and if I had walked
rendered some choice music. The af-1 down the aisle of a church with lies
fair left pleasing remembrances with! in my heart. If I had stood before the
I We Do Not Bleach
our shirts to death. Look at any of the shirts of our old R
acd steady customers and you will note that the colors
are just as bright as when first laundered.
L. E. BAKER
minister and, in the sight of God, had
sworn to do things I knew I never
could do if, in doing this, I had sold
myself as openly as a girl sells herself
on the street, but had done It legally
that would not even call for forgive
ness. I could buy a man or I could sell
myself to a man, but so long as I did
it legally it would not be held against
me; but if I go to a man for love, Jot
that I am to be condemned and. cast
out! And you talk of Justice? Oh,
you men! You men!
Phore West 23 7.
633 Seventeenth St.
Hayden, Ariz. An armed posse !s
on iu way here from Globe to sup
press a race war between Moxleaa
and Japanese, following a pitched ! womanly trouble, take Cardui.
battle which occurred at the smelter
Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful
Experience that Might Have
Rivesville, W. Va. Mrs. Dora Martin,
In a letter from Rivesville, writes:
"For three years, I suffered with wo
manly troubles, and had pains in my
back and side. I was nervous and
could not sleep at night
The doctor could not help me. He
said I would have to be operated on be
fore I could get better. I thought I
would try using Cardui.
Now, I am entirely well.
I am sure Cardui saved my life. I
will never be without Cardui in my
borne. I recommend It to my friends."
For fifty years, Cardui has been re
lieving pain and distress caused by wo
manly trouble. It will surely help you.
It goes to the spot reaches the
trouble relieves the symptoms, and
drives away the cause.
If you suffer from any symptoms of
WAshintrtor. A. W. MrKeanrt!
CCCCOOOCKXCtteCCCOOOOOOOOOCOOOOO ot tne chamber of com-
Your druggist sells and recommends
It. Get a bottle from him today.
V.t. Writito: Ladi AlvHory Dtpt- Oiatt.
noora MrdVHM Co.. Chuunooca. Trnn.. for Fpecial
i t'rrc?iT!j, ana M-rac rook, ricmtlra
be Vr ataca." hu is s.aiii viappar, ui T jirHl
Prussia, the eastern provinces of
which form their stronghold. They
are strongly monarchistic, opposed
to every step that may lead to a more
direct participation of the common
people in governmental affairs and
opposed to the general franchise, fa
voring instead "a franchise based
upon the organic groups of the peo
ple." The center or Catholic party is the
strongest party numerically in the
reichstag and has been the strong
est almost without exception since
1874. From this it comes that the
center has always held the decisive
vote on all questions and the gov
ernment ,has always had to reckon
with it. Its moving principle Is the
protection of the interests of the Ro
man Catholic church and its equal
ity before the law with the Evangel
leal or state church. It supports a
high tariff and since 1898 has been
a government party, allied with the
conservatives on all' important ques
tions and building thus what is call
ed the "black-blue block."
The national liberals, since the
formation of the black-blue block,
may be said to constitute a middle
party, midway between the extreme
democrats. Once the all-powerful
party of Germany, which, supporting
Bismarck, played an important role
in the formation of the modern em
pire, the national aoerais nave rau
en from a high estate.
The radicals, who term them
themselves the "progressive peo
ple's party," are made up of three
previously existing radical factions
fthe radical people's ' party, tho
radical league and the German peo
ple's party, all of which had dele
gates In the last reichstag. In
March, 1910, these three principal
parties of the left were united. The
radicals are an outgrowth of the
old progressive party, which was or
ganized In 1848 by advocates of free
trade. The present coalition advo
cates a systematic abolition of the
protective tariff, and equal rights for
all citizens and all religions, with
absolute religious freedom for the
individual. The program flatly de
mands a "responsible, collegial im
nerial ministry." Peaceful arbitra
tion of all international disputes Is
a cardinal point in the party pro
The socialists program is that of
the socialists the world over and is
well known. Their ultimate polit
ical aim is a pure democracy, in
which all citizens, including the wo
men, shall have equal rights. They
are unalterably opposed to arma
ments and war, to tariffs and indi
rect taxes', favor communal owner
ship of property and of all means of
production, no interference in re
ligious affairs, separation of church
and state, direct legislation by ot
ers through the initiative and ref
erendum, universal direct franchise,
abolition of night work for women
and children and the fullest self
government down to the Smallest
municipal divisions of the empire.
The socialists have no friends
among the other parties and are
hated by the emperor, who has term
ed them "the arch enemies of the
empire." Their growth has been al
most phenomenal. In 1871 they poll
ed 113,048 votes; in 1877. 493,258;
in 1890, 1.427,298; and in 1907,
3,258,000. This growth has come In
the face of most determined opposi
tion from the government, which
suffers no socialist to hold any im
portant government position or 'to
receive any political honor, decora
tion or title.
London Count Lutznow, the Bo
hemian scholar and historian, will
leave London on Jan. 20 for an ex
tended tour of America, and will, be
sides giving an address before con
gress, deliver a series of lectures
among many of the chief universi
ties of America.
The address before congress will
be largely devoted to the subject of
universal peace and early attempts
in that direction made by a king of
Bohemia, King George of Podebrad,
who proposed a union of European
countries to put a stop to war. The
lectures at the universities will be
on the history and literature of Bo
hemia, politics as far as possible be
The count Is due to arrive in
Washington on Feb. 4 and the ad
dress to congress will be delivered
on the next day.
Count Lutznow Is known through
out Europe as an authority on
things Bohemian and he has lectur
ed and written about his country in
almost every university on this side
of the water. This, however, will be
his first trip to America, and he is
looking forward to it with a great
deal of interest. He was induced to
make it by the Bohemian society of
Chicago, and by the fact that in Ne
braska and other western states
there are large and prosperous Bo
hemian colonies. A big. Jolly man
who is 'usually surrounded in his
London residence, where he and the
countess entertain, by the best of
the literary circle of England and
the continent, the count Is sure to
appeal to the American collegian.
An exhibition of the last work of
the late Edwin A. Abbey, ttie Amer
ican artist, was opened ' with the
New Year by the Royal academy at
Burlington house. Such exhibitions t
are a signal honor which the acad
emy grants only in the case of its
most distinguished deceased mem
bers. The pictures selected for the ex
hibit were picked by Mrs. Abbey,
with the assistance of members of
the Royal academy who were in close
touch and sympathy with the work
of her husband.
Among the pictures are several
sketches made preliminary to the
paintings which Abbey did for the
state capltol of Pennsylvania at Har-
enjoys a big slice of our home
made, bread and wise parents
know how good it Is for them
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