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rtllSLWOUD MAIL TRIBONK. MEDtfOKU. ORKCION, THURSDAY, AIWST 5. 1915.
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IOCAL AND
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Mrs. A. C. Tavlor who wasoperat
od on at Sacred Heart hospital ban
been removed to her homo on the
Pacific highway. She was accompan
ied by her prlvato nurse, Miss Ada
layno Hamlin.
, Miss Ada Bvnns loavoe today for
San Francisco whoro she will spend
two weeks visiting tlio oxposltlon.
Mrs. C. H. Coble, teacher of tho
piano, oxporlonco 28 years, Is pro
pared to accommodate pupils at 333
Knst.QUi. HO
George Calhoun of OrantH Pass
spent Wednesday In Medford attend
ing. y business muttors.
Sgo Dnvo Wood about that flro In
surance policy. Offlco Mall Tribune
Old.
Ghrla Nntwlclc of Hugh) Point spent
tho day in tho city am! Jacksonville
at'tondlnR to buslnosH mntlors.
'Deo'f Scraps $4.0o por sack. Oyster
Shells J1.H0 por sack. I)an;aln for
this week,, Monarch Hood & reed
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&. rm. mm r ; r
JiSaaL,117 -JO. Main SI.
,. olyotcu cream nt Do Voo's.
t rritQ.Medfprd and Weed baseball
'. teams will piny In this city next
Sunday In what promises to' bo tho
. host Kamo of tho soason. Tho locals
will bo strengthened by tho addition
of llrnnt, nnd other shifts In tho line
up. Jimmy Welsh -of Kupnnc will
pitch for Medford. A largo number
of rooters wll laccompany tho visit
ing team.
Uastland disaster pictures at Page
tonight.
V. II. Johnson of Marshfteld Is at
tending to business mutters In tho
cUy nnd vnlloy this weok.
I tako prldo In making your watch
Uoop perfect time. I huvo ovory fa
culty for doing flno watch ropalrlng.
'Johnson tho Jowolor.
Tho body of Colin Arrnsiulth, an
Indlnn woman, ngo 82 years, was
nhlpped to this city Wednesday from
Yrpkn, Cal., for burlnl today In tho
Jacksonville cemetery. Sho was woll
known nfnong tho early settlors on
tho Applegate whoro sho lived for
many yeurs. Sho Is survived by three
children.
A chanco to got a high grado flour
nt u low price. Wo havo Just ship
ped In a oar of this flour and will
soil It out at It. 10 por sack. Krosh
Corn Meal .3G a sack. Monarch
Seed nnd Feed Co., 317 K. Main.
11S
Thomns Knton of (tldiUu Js a busi
ng visitor In the city today on bus-
InoM.
"When that auto wheel ernoks nnd
pons It needs fixing. Wo mult o as
solid a new, at u small expenso. Ml
Una Carrlngo nnd Auto Works. '
Thu police have been Instructed to
wutoh for a tail nogro who Is alleg
ed to Iikvh slushed iiuother colored
man with a rasor us thu climax to an
argument over a bull game at Vreka,
Cal., Inst Sunday.
Nena Halter Hrcad at Ilrownleo &
Qnntfn, U7
(JlinrtM llorrlu o Klamath Culls Is
oiioudlm; it low day In tin- illy and
valley 1UwitilriK to business nutters.
Keop thu Mia from IhiIIim-Iiik tho
cuws. Use, CoHkny'a iNy Kiiorkor on
tho cows and tut more milk. To m
gau. Monarch Sood & Feed Co. 317
Hast Main Rt. 115'
Arthur Young of AihttmU itttoud
od to bualnoaa mUr In tbts city
(ho first of the weok.
Ijustlund dlMister pictures at Page
tonight.
' A number of Mtslfuril hunters am,
plaiiHlng on golHK next k to be
rowdy fur 111 oimhIiih of tho doer
HMMou,' SuntlHy, August i r. 'flu last
two openings of the mnuhiu havo bwu
iUpflHtl with UiUiUu trugedlw. tho
huiUar mJHnklnji W ar
by shooting nt the nola Iw'.flio brush
In UU dalro to bii venison.
Do Vow crrl8 "tito bust Una of
five cant olgars In the city.
Hrlw I'oiiu vftrilnviph
from h cloudburst Tnaduy .MlglH. Is
Uio hooio town or Jobs SUerUlaii of
this ilt III ! IP aro In
tr(p4 lu tH Krlo l.llfuiirjwtalHi
onuau Jh thoco. uud fur a tlut
tbi locgl nun foartd that thti' hI
suffered iu th flood ItMt wuii vr
tb' lulH's district, lit how se
lifVis tliv wor nut ol th Ungr
tout- AciorUtng to Mr. Morldgn th
lIomNit . eilon an etroulr
pure
loinihoii ut tbi- Hook Store, an
expert .iich rialrr
hml It a' i-i on suit it; tMd B. (J.
Worttiioki'ii "'! ' &W
n a months utiiQ tMtr d Um Cal-
fojila aud Oregon coast )HlMt.
Contrnry to general expectations
all tho fight has not been knocked
out of Bud Anderson, nnd ho Is dick
ering for a bout during tho Pendle
ton roundup to be held noxl month.
Anderson has not won a fight for
years.
EaBtland disaster pictures at Page
tonight.
Flro In the stubble field adjoining
tho W. II, Gore homo, supposed to
havo been cnueod by a spurk .from
a chimney, ,thrcatonod the Gore homo
for a time Wednesday night, but
was under control before any dam
ngo wna done. Tho oxrltement of the
flro affected Mrs. Gore and a physi
cian wns called. Tho damngo Is
slight, two stacks of straw wore do;
stroyod. A month gao, liny valued
at $1500 was dostroyed belonging to
Mr. Goro. .The Medford flro depart
ment assisted lu extinguishing tho
blao.
"Tnxl-333" 16c nnywtiero In city.
Formorly Alco Tnxl. Now offlco Nash
Hotel. Phono 333.
C. II. Nowmnn of Hilt, Cat., Is
spending a few days In tho city and
valley attending to business matters.
Morchnnta' Lunch, 25c, Tho Shasta.
Siskiyou or Colcstln wator, 10c per
bottlo nt De Voo's.
a M. Kldd nnd wife nnd Dr. J. J.
Kmiuons and wife leave shortly on
fin nujo tour of California points.
ChnroJatofl, 30 cents lb. De Voo's.
Frank liny trnnsneted business
mailers In Ashland Wednesday after
noon...' Honio-inade pastry at tho Shnsta.
AVIIIInm Utter of Yrekn, Cal., Is
spondliig u few days In tho city nnd
vnlloy attending to buslnoss matters.
Bnfoty and service Wo give both.
Holmes, tho Insauranco Man.
Wig Ashpolo and Genrgo Nichols
spent Wodnesdny In tho Applcgnto
country buying stock for fnll deliv
ery. Fresh ronsted peanuts at Do Voo's.
Hear creek has dwindled until it
Is but n tiny stream of water and at
presont Is us'low as It wns Inst Aug
ust.
Alco Tnxl, 15o nnywhoro in city;
prompt calls, careful, driver; phono
88211.
The Jackson County Fair nssocln
tlnu bns prepared its premium list
for tho 1916 meet.
J, 0, Gerklng, tho host all nround
photogrnphcr In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mndo nny
whoro, time or placo. Studio 228
Mnln St. Phono 3 20-J.
Attorney 11. It. McCabe spent Wed
nesday nfternoon In Jncksnuvllln at
tending lo business mntters.
Gut your butter, eggs, cream, milk
dna butter milk nt Do Voe's,
Guy llarpor of Jacksonville spent
Wodnesdny evening In tMedford at
tending to business matters.
Itudle Seholr. Is baking the None
Hotter Hrend. 117
Frank Hoffman of Corvnllls Is
among tho out of town visitors In tho
cjty this week.
Havo you tried one of thoso Go
milk shnkos nt DnVoo's?
County Coroner Perl spent Wed
nesday In Gold Hill on official busi
ness.
Hverett Van Dyko of Talent spout
Tuesdny In Medford attending to
business mutters,
Tho flro department was called out
this nun by a grass fire near tho
Trull Lumber company plant. No
damage.
Quick servloo for your Kodak fin
ishing. See Weston's Camera Shop.
AN
BAN
10 PROVIDE TREAT
FOR LOCAL PEOPLE
TJii) eoirjijij; yyf Hn AiHlrc'iun stu
tlont liuinl will he u (rent for the " -pie
of the city. J'htiy lire endoiMil
by the Confiiiorpinl l'li(l iin-J plucCH J')l
them in the liotiles of the citv lisvo
lietiii secured by tho club. Tli-'j
will urrive nt 8:'J0 u. in. Krklnv.
After luneli the boyn will be tfmv't'4,
nt the Nnlutoiium during the :l'tcr
iiiioii. Tlit' bo.vH nie nil good wini
tuers nnd niiuing them ih Otto Steti
lierjr, llie eliijinpion Hwiminer of the
state of Western Auwtrnliii, All per
sons .interested iu swiininiu nro os-
peeinlly invited to the Nntntorium
botli on Friday mid Saturday nfter
noon between '2 nnd -1 p. in., to 'iiin
)dintn relative to tjuiiiuiiinj; nnd wat
er Hports. No ehaigo for ailmis-'ioii
to the building on tlic.o two after-
IIOOIIH.
On Fridav nnd Saturday evening
ut 8;0() o'clock tlio AuHtnilinu Ixi.vh
will give a baud conceit nnd vaude
ville entertainment llmL Iiiih delighted
ull parls of Cnlifornip wlierc they
liuve visited. On tliewe occiiHioiw u
iiomiiinl price of lo cents will be
elinrgcil for iilmiMsou to tlio N'ut'.i
torium. It might ho added that on
Saturday ccniiij; all Iowtk of duueim;
will have mi opporlnnitY of prnctie
iiiK this art lo the music of a J2
liieco oreliestrn furiiislied by the
hUwh of the Australian Ijovh. And
nlthough Munnger Merrick mil elmrge
only the usual nominal price for this
part of the program, thin feature
promise to be the greatest event of
llie kind (luriuir the .year. Tim
dance will follow the coueerl mid
vaudeville entertainment on Satur
day eveiiiu.
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AUSTRALIAN STUDENT BAND AT
NATATORIUM FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
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the senate comtnltteo on military nf
falrs.cach voiced the opinion here to
day that' an extra session of congress
j to provide for tho nntlpnal defense
was unnecessary nnd inadvisable at
this time.
The nucstlon arose when Sonator
Cbnuibcrlnln called upon Sountorl plenty of Biibmnrlnes nnd fast cruls-
Tlllmnn, who has Just relumed from ers nnd whntovor olso wo need to put
WARSAW
FALL'S TO
GERMANS.
( Continued trom pngo ono)
Th funoral snrvjees of I). 11.
Ileame, for IS xmrs n roslduut of
this oily, uiih bold this afternoon lu
tho presence of a largo number of
frlquds. lie wan know it to scores of
Medfonl people as "Jin!dy." Ho was
a vendor of soap and other small ar
ticled, lie was of a kind and gentle
disposition, and Is survived by a wife
uud three children,
Weston Cninora Shop for first class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
J. F. Hi own of liagle Point spent
today lu Medford and Jacksonville
.tttHiidliiK to buslnotm matters.
Take your watch to Johusoji, tho
Jeweler, you will receive unusually
good service.
Curl Y. Tengwald uiotoied to Pros
owl Uedutwla on liuMuo mattois.
iev v,mm' ud In this Issuo an
Mouiulng tho now prluus on tho Fold
cars Touring once are riiduced from
r00 to tlU.'. 70, and llqadsters from
.'. 15 to 1 15.70. Tho past yoar bus
bou vry nucciutsful ono for Ford
ul by Mr. Gaton, far cxruodlug
that or u urovluus jonr.
Ilvur) ItutiH' of Gold Hill spH,t
Vi'd4iodsy ufteruuou tu this city oi
buslneM. '
LADY TAILORS ON STRIKE
RETURN TO WORK
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NKW YOltK'. Aug. r. A strike (ff
Uty uiontttttra of tho iHlernatimml
lAdtos' (Urgent VorKr union was
nuTicd Ut today by Maor Mltehttl's
iiel!Utl eouttcll. lilch rtually nd
iusitd U dUforoori fUr twouty
iter wmwumw. Whtlt thu uulan ul
roody g4 votu o a wU-ont tm
was allow n iar lo4ai's coufripr.
Tk mm MtUo oi wftgot M 0
0i's m lMrMe sithOMgk thu full
4mmm4 wr not RinntBd.
v,'Ub MeJfpr.d Truao u Medfqrd Mada
I rin us to inflict siuiisliin IiIowh upmi
(lie KiiHsiniiH f i out this direction.
Step h(v Htop. the AustroKlenmin
Itosts pounded their way toward the
city from the north uud the south,
while on the west, uctivitioH tilont;
the line of ciitrcnchmcuU that had
8o lone; held off the Gcminiis- in that
section were leHumed. llefoiv the
power of the Tuutonn cuguged in this
eueircliiitr movement the uimies of
Oriiud Duke Nicholas begun to fall
buck.
I'rusn.vsz to the north of Wiirsnw
was nooiipicd uml Hie (lermmi arm
ies swept oil. Il.v July 111 Ihev had
forced the Jhissiuns back to the line
of the Nit row river uud pushed their
way (o within 'JO miles of tluur Koal.
The foil less of (Mrolcukit was taken
and tlio Nowoxcnrgicvhk fnrtifieution,
Hie key to Warsaw on llie north, was
upproaehed. To thu seouth Hiidiun
wus occupied and the Kusuiuu hues
of communication in the l.uliliu reg
ion threatened.
Tighten Around Capital
Then hoyim a tightening of thu
Oormuu hues iiroiiud the enpitat. Thu
lentous torccd their way Hit the
Hhmic line, hoiiIIiwcsI of the city,
piwlied their wiiy nerook the rier
Nu row, below Ontrolouka uml the hul
teriii); at the fortified YH.tc of th
city started in eaineiit on 'I'liesilay
of this week li Hinniiuii troops un
der roiniiiiuiil of Prince Leopold nf
Havniiu.
In Ifcist PruhMu on the imitb mil in
fialieiii on the south, the !tu.siau
armies begun to push forwnid. Twice
iu F.ast l'riissiu the.v were swed
buck, hut before lusj winter set iu,
they hud succeeded in pleasing their
way tluouvh Onlieiu and weie neai'
iuir ('meow, whieli almot direct l.
on u line outli of the Polixli cupit.il.
Plan of Oimpnlgii
In the spiinjr, however, niter l're
mysl hud fiilleu into then bund- and
the victiirmu iumiiii ainui' woe
tlirciitctiiUK the Oermuii binder and
mi invasion of llunjcuiv, came the
oivumsed Austio-Hermuu iuoenuut
which recaptured the ttrest Atistriau
fdlties mid swept the I!iiimii lnif
hack fiiftlu'r east m ooijie section-,
Hint thev had been in early m the
war. The Y.iishw client, thu e
poscd liiuardoiisly from the seuili,
was additionally thiuotmmd b the
Oermaii ndnneo iu the HhIIic ui -nice
which act! not only Ms h up
poitiuK movewont tn.Uie Hunk utiMek
on WjirbiiWi Inn tlnoMUuoil to cut oil'
the tvttvgt ut thu litpuiuu aruiic
Pnnloiu Hiles on Ctly
The firt detenniiud dne ug-iu
W'urNitt' fiiui the west iH'oiirivd I
Orlitber. Within u Jtoit tuue Hm
tlewnun i)VHI,'( RHrli s-m'triitwl
mi wiinm iu lours mi lite eiiv. tver
which (lorWHii HenHUoi umt li
IH'ItU fHW. TlM KHShUUO.
tnHHM bokhlv fnm dolk
sw biHNl from hto
(leraiuMi.
HMHh gflTigrd aveomt' at
tempt wns bum hed illid patlund
force until a gienl hullle d.-velopcl
nloug the tivt-rs Wart a unit tfliilii.
The (Jeniinns ut fiist wtie reported
successful but the lightiiis: turned iu
fnvor ofJIie'ItussmiiH. . Thev mil off
and uppureiitly surrounded two Qer
iiiini corps, who bravely inanajjcd to
cut their way out. . .
February Attempt
Another uttempt nt Wursaw oc
curred in February after the Itusunns
Iiiul for the second time been driven
out of Kant Prussia. This time the
attack came from the noilli ind Field
.Marshal Von iliiiilonliuix'H forues
iviu'hed and captured Prziwiysz with
J 0,00(1 prisoueis on Februarv 'J.i.
Three days later, however, the Hii
sinus leeapturcd it nnd put the
Ocrniiiiis on the defensive. Ilnmmer
iug ulonj; this line and at other sec
tions south uud west from the East
Prussian frontier continued for
months, but not until the inception of
the present campaign was there anv
whoro iv yerioiiH break iu the Russian
defensesi
The oiky which, the Teutonic forces
have taken, lies on the Vistuhi, (123
miles southwest of Petrograd and ;VJ0
miles east of llcrhn. Jt is nn impel t
nnt iudustiial center nnd its popula
tion is estimated at 1100,000.
KRUPP .TOILERS DNiSTRIKE
SENT TO EASTERN FRONT
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GKNBVA, Aug. G. Advices from
Hssett say that nil tho demands of tho
omploycs of tho Krupp works havo
hcon grnntcd nnd that, serious strlko
has thus been averted, Tho German
military authorities brought gront
pressure on tho Krupp administration
to this end.
Many of tho skilled workmen dur
ing tho early part of tho troubles re
fused to contlnuo nt their machlnos,
snmo of them entered tho army nnd
wero sent to tho Ilitsstnu front. Oth
ers In tho nmmiinlllon department
woro ropulncod by women.
Thoro was no strlko among tho en
gineers and draughtsmen. Tho ser
ious situation which even was admit
ted by tho Frankfurter .cltiing soomi
now to havo passod.
Work contluuoH on tho production
of wnr munitions night nnd day lit
three shifts.
RUSSIAN ARMY ESPACES.
(Continued from Page Ono.)
enuteiu operations which ha pii-.cd
almost unnoticed is reuled in the
announcement irom I'utrnur.id of the
desti action, of almost 000 Turkish
era ft in Hie Uluek Sea bv a Jumn
torpido boot tlotilhi. Moie than
S00 of tho ooU weie sniluur lup-
which had been built to eui snp
pliek tu nn the Auntola coat. The
persistcuco of the Tuiks in building
the hlupx, despite tluur coutiuued de
struct ion, h accepted hure ns mean
ins thai Coust.iutiuople in in despcr
ule iiceii of supplies'.
The Htitisli hoard of tnnle repoil
for Jul kIiowd (hat it'.' Iliiti-h steuiu
ei and sailing craft weie sunk h
the (ieiinaiis during the montli, with
a lo t ti;) )ici, while tour 'team
ei and 1!) live were lot bv nunc.
There Is less contnmlnntton of the
water supply of Medfonl, nt present
than shown In nny of tho former
tests .mndo at this sensou of tho
yenr, nccordlng to a statement Issued
by Water Superintendent O. Arnsplg
er today, ns follews:
To City Water Users:
On tho trip to Fish lako recently
takon by inombors of tho city council,
nnd City Health Officer F. a. Thayor,
samplos of wntcr woro tnkon from tho
upper end of Fish lake, the lower cud
of Fish Inko, tho city intake, nnd
from u faucet In tho city, nnd sent
to tho laboratories of tho stnto board
of health nt Salem. The report shows
n less degroo of contamination than
former testB mndo nt this season of
tho yenr. Signed, O. ARNSPJGEn,
Water Superintendent.
Superintendent Arnsplger also an
nounced today Hint Irrigation hours
would bo suspended In tho city next
Tuesdny, Wednesday nnd Thursduy
whllo tho city resorvolr wns being
cleaned. Foreign mnttor found In
tho pipes is attributed to this source.
Until tho reservoir Is denned It Is
urged Hint nil wntor bo filtered.
COURTHGUSENEWS
Jleportod by Jackson County At
tract Co., Sixth nnd Fir Sts.
W
I teal I Matt Transfers
. W. C.ildwvll el u lo Or
lando Dull. i, lot in Axhlaml
W. I).
I. I. Ilmumeil,v et ux to 'Hold
Hill Hank, laud iu see lit!, T.
:tr. s. ii. ;i w., w. i. ...
11. H. Nye et u to ). O. Kul
lems, laud in sen 11), T. .Ill
IC. a W., V. )
dohii A. Taylor el u. to H. P.
Cornelius, lot in Ashliiud,
W. I).
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GREATER NAVY IS
SENATOR TILLMAN'S AIM
POItTIiANli. Aug I -Sonator U.
Tillman, chairman nf the senate com
mutes on naval affairs, nnd Senator
George K. Cliamberlnln, chnlriunn of
.Miviiioien imrraiisT Piii;.si:s
Cl'MOMIJItS.
I, II. llHskins reports custnmoru
gioatly pleasod with the QUICK ac
tion or simple buckthorn bark, gly
cerine, etc., as mixed lu Adlni'-I-ka.
This simple remedy drains the old
foul matter from tho bowolrf so J
THOUOUC.H that ONK SPOONFUL
rejlpvos almost ANY CASB of consti
pation, sour or gassy stomach, it In
so powerful that it Is tisod successful
ly In appendicitis. Adlor-1-kn nover
grlpos and the INSTANT nctton Is
surprising Adv.
itwl
nvr
ui unn g-
IkbWMK uigle4
ilu-i.i nndAynrw
hand op? Hi.-
TOO UT TO ClKSlKT.
POIt SVlB FrwUy oUrMtu few
ojr. F. U. Tm Vollu, JaeiuMfUU.
18l
The $1 Sale
Started off with a
rush. There is a
plenty bargains
to go round for
several days.
Ask your neigh
bor if they are
real bargains.
commlttco" said Senator Tillman, "I
shnll support a program for making
our nnvy as .good as tho best. I did
not fnvor moro battleships nt tho last
session becnuRo recent developments
scorn, to' Indicate that battleships aro
ifabld to become obsolete. I favor
a trip to Alaska. They agreed that
steps to strengthen moasuronbly the
army and nnvy Hhould be taken by
congross at the regular session, hut
thought need for. action prior lo that
lime did not oxlst.
"As clmlrmnn of-the ncvnl nffalrs
our nnvy on tho most offectivo foot
ing."
Senator trillman declared he would
favor making the Ilronicrtun. WubIi.,
nny jlirrt tho equal In Importance
and cnpaclty of tho Hrooklyn nnvy
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OILS V GREASES
GAS O L IN E
Awarded
f
fan firancisco 191
nranctsco
The Exposition ave highest
honors to these Standard prod
ucts made from California
crudes, in r" repetition With other
gasolines aud automobile oils.
tandard
Oil
(California)
1J
Your Vacation or Trip
Is made more pleasant by tho uro of our Travelers
Checks - no worry about rLk of lo' s or theft, ns when
much currency Is carried. You can cash llicm w hero
over you stop.
M
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OVCn 22 YEARS UNDER Ot-- MANAGEMENT'
:r-
tt
' is!
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!
Australian Student
Band Vaudeville Troupe
Swimmers
AUGUST 7th and 8th
At Natatorium
Admission 25 Gents
a
Dance Saturday Night
Music by Australian Orchestra
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V-E32ZE3i3.
WHEN IN
PORTLAND
Stop nt tho incomparable
Hotel Benson. Modern,
fireproof, central.
Rates modoratc.
Scud for f roo booklot.
BENSON HOTEL
S. Benson, Mtjr, A. T. Lundborg. Ass't Mgr. L. P. Byrne, Asst Mgr.
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