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HELEN GOULD BARS
Sipp's Lawyer Held
f.t IHUn Kalr to-night an Tharadan warssor
PRICE ONE CENT.
GRAFT WWtn COUNSEL
FOR TRIAL IN SIPP BRIBERY
Newell Defers Plea AfurjC
Long Conference W ith
QUICK ACTION ON HOVE !
Indictment of Policeman W ho
Accused Quran Is
EdWgrd II KeWt.ll, former counsel
to QmTC A S!;p, was arraigned
before Justice O.ifT thin gftarOOOn to
);!r;id lo cu IndlCttTttBl rhar'-i'Vi liini
rltb Wilfully dloougdloi a aHiip'm--'jeorR''
Si pp to testify i:i a ji'ottii
Hon laotltittod by tba DUtrtct-Attor-ney.
Tli" offaOM Charged ;t';a!ni
Nowoll is :i mUdemeanor, There wan
no lnd! ntOBt retiris ! ngalii.t hi'"
L'ttarstUI liim with bribing Sipu with
New ell's OOUBMI Halted that Ihe
I tradltis bp deferred until n"M Mon
day. The request wan granted. Mid
Justice oT fixed ball at si.uon,
v hicii wan promptly toratfttd.
The nctu.il return of the Indictment,
which voted by tba Orami Jury
Yesterday, araa somewhat al surprise,
it had been supposed that Lawyer
Newell would go before tba Ocand Jury
n a Wltnstg for the Slate n'nl laut tba
indleUneiit weuld navar bo bled.
NEWELL AND COUNSEL CONFER
Neural and his oounaal, William M K
Olcott, vlalled tha District-Attorney tnla
morning and remained with bint forty
minutes. They refuted to slate to re
urlprii t'.ie Object of ih Ir viMt.
II all tha: ha bevti prlntad about m
true" raut -Mr. Neeli. "1 dt".n-ve to
'jbe indicted. Bui It if not true, Thr IU
dii'linent, If baaed on (ba atoi !.- of H1;)P,
Ida wife and Ibalr aon aa aueb BtOrlea
liae aip-.ii'd in tba nea-apaper. la
'a.tnJ on fa!it atatawttntfi t'artit nlat ly
false duix lidlculoua u tiie atutaraant,
aradltad to lira. 'ipp. that i tried to
pariliada hot1 husband and her ton io
i ru a ratraotlon of tba, cbancea Hipp
iijd mad,- gjaalim PoUoanian Kox. ltuth
SIpp and bil BOn iiad .; I Ino atate-
manta sbaraiai foa with bribery, it
would bave been foolish lo try In K t
theai to aim one statement reCac.ins.
I nun COUnaal for Sipp wiien he le.'i
Ifffn, Ur, Whltmaa aaked rue to try ta
bifkj biiu baaa. t went to sipp. wiio
r id he would bol ie tum antaai tha
jUrtct-Attomay luaraataad to yrant
bin Uumualty from proaaeutlon for hd
LTima he mlfbt have aanualttad In the
ls.si live ) ear.
' 'Villa ui'."aKo from 'iiP I i onunun!
i'a!"d to Asxlstant I ,' riet-A ttoni' "
(Iroohl, While I waa walling fur a re
. I u use, 1 rlalted 'PP ami fiund he had
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I World Ad. Kclipses
All Its Competitors
lit re's the
H'VhV Mill U'H i!;-i.'-'.fii a i -(. $ 'ft
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Srm York Citf, Jn. -Oth, ti:t
M m i nrH WoiM
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imam rf tl I r(Wltl WtuMd frnoi f.- at- ir
for Mm u ttrilciBriit lnr tod in FfMaUTi
Jit. ifth'i l TM Hw sort wMM4 llrrt.d
T M nuioi'V of "iliM wrtH lo all
IfMUatM II Hfi dio"' u fotlowt:
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p-v fin Amrrlt'in 10
N vmIhih aSfllUoMdae. '4'i
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It ippUOMU l1l'OUt,l VOW P'lhlirMlon.
Irmit Ml m l iDpni 04 jjur wr
mai h JKMOUMtT blUBftl rOEM f
W orld "Help Wanted" Ads. tor
Oeorrlaht. IBIS, hr
Ce. I Tlx Haw
IS SENTENCED 10
AT LEAST 5 YEARS
Jusiiee Coll Imposes Maxi
mum of 7 - Years on Real
PLEA FOR MERCY DENIED
Wizard Who Used Women as
Lure of Investors to Stand
Ed far R Jaekaon. con-1otad lat K.-:-dn
uf awlndl.nt. W eenter.-e.! I lu
l ee tlotf to-day le aeftaa rot leaa than
Bra eu.-' nor mora than aavm and "ne-
ball yeaia in Hlrre 'n; l'r;on. The
max in nenleti.e fop tbi offeiiaa
obarffed a7lnt Jaobbaa aa a Mrat of-
lendar iMyriaananiajtl from Bve yewi
10 ten yiiiia.
Jaefceon w.i sonvlarad or awindune
Mlaa .Man liiirfltii of Akron. O.. out
al IMM uv aalHaj inr ortbleai aaart-
KaKcH mi land nenr Harden t'ity, I., f,
'I'he Woman lud to borrow H Om to
n.ike up her t5.iKI investment.
When Jaekaou was arraigned to-day.
hia tOonaoL Jamea V. Uabome. made
a !oiik pteo for nlameney, Mr, Oeboroe
breofnt In the caae of Mr. Berry, the
widow who kliid baraalf i.t nun,ii.v
beemiee. hw nold and i OMBaalen, Hllaa I
belli Wliaon, Mid, ahe had lost tnuie
.ban ts .ii.i in jaokaoii'a lebanMB.
MRS. BERRY PROFITED. SAVS
Mra. Kerry," aald .Mr. Uaburne, "took
more money out of tha .lackaon com
pany tha. i ahe put In. 8he killed hereelf
btoauaa ahe bad been an invalid for a
"I have read or tha eaae." aald Jua
tiee Ooff. - It will no Influence my a;
llon in thia oaae."
Mr. Ooboraa made appll atlon. later
In the day. to Joatloo Hendrkk In the
S'iprnnie Court for a certificate of
reseoiiaole doulrt. There are three more
Indictments agalnat Jackaon and he w.il
he irleJ on one of them within a few
JaokgOfl later In tha day obtained an
order from .luatlee Orrenbaiim to ahow
cause why lw ahontd not be admitted
to ball pending an appeal from hie con
viction. The order Is returnable Irlda.y.
before Juatlee Hendrlck. Meantime.
Jeebaon Will remain In the Toml
DeteeUVe Kiood arrived In the city
mis afternoon, having In cuntody Clar
ence J'. iay who. It la charged, waa
formerly associated with Jackaon in
ills land ewlndlee, Day waa arreated
a fOW daya ago at BpHUfSeldi Ohio.
on laatruetloaa ta the police there that
ne had been IndtOtOd In this city
GIRL USED AS LURE ALONE
LOYAL TO JACKSON.
ito is aeon led with JOokaan and oih-
era uf swindling Dr. I.eitdy uf Vonkers
and others out of 2:i,0u0. Day was ar
raigned before Judge Hosalaav who
fixed bail at IMM whlcn was fur-
Ueaide Jackaoii. probably the p.-raun
who waa nmst affected lu-daj by nlr
aeuleu e was .Mlaa lluih K. Dace, who
has Bated as .1 dummy In many of the
real estate wuard'a ti anaactlona.
Miss Date, wtio was formerly a school
lea alter In Harrlaaurtr, Mo., came from
her home town In 190H 10 Join her
sister. Mrs. Ada Biankenahtnp, who waa
a partner With Ja-kfon In several van
turea. Neither woman had any knowl
edge tiii he waa not tisnsa. tlng buai
neaa on strictly legitimate lines. Jark
aon's personal magentlam made iilm
much loved hy all who nine la contact
with him, partl.ularly Mm Dace, who
iiaa remained loyal to li'm to the end.
According to K ft. Deunlaon. a lawyer
of MO, Wt Hroadwav, Jackun gave Mlaa
Mace the now famous Roaemary Col
lage, at Oardea t'tty. U i . a gift which
To iMpreve sbr. bur litter.
WASHINGTON. .Ian. JC -lmpruve- '
ment of the SbreWBbUry 'n in New i
Jeraey at a ooot of rjM.ooi b) providing!
a aix-fo.it ebanaal was reeotnnunded aol
I'ongifss tOsOS) bt Oea. Bixii. Chiefl
v( lbs A. m atnoieeaie. I
OGAR R. JACKSON
" Circulation Books Open to All."
Tba Ma Pol
HUBBY, "EXHIBIT A"
His Massive Frame and Stc.i
torian Voice Disprove Hfr
Charge He's a Consumptive.
COURT ENJOYS JOKE.
Mr. Jackson's "Evidence," Re
vealed by Guffaw, Puts Quick
Stop to Wife's Testimony.
All the anawer Joseph Jackaon had to
make to hit wife'a ault to annul than
marriage was to present himself .0
Justice New-burger aa Defendant4!. Kx
hlMt A. The llvlne exhibit waa legally
received In evidence and Mra. Jackson's
ault wis thiown out of court.
M's Jaekaen complaiiicd ah had mf
rlad Jaokaon under the sssumptlon that
bh health wai good. Ma montha aflai
the raivnoiiv, In 110, aha swore. Jack
aon was ordered to the mountains be
au af tUbercttUtr symptoms. She in
sisted he tsae victim of the whits plague
urfo.e their marriage and had withheld
hla phyglCal condition frrfrn her. 8b
siked her murrtaae be dissolved becauaa
ef tills rraud.
During ths reoltgl by Mra. Jarkson of
her husband'a Ill-health Justice Naw
bnraer wss startled hy a aucoaoeton at
anortt and gnint- coming from the vi
cinity of the lawyer'a table.
"Stop a moment "' exclaimed the
Court ansilly. "What la that nolaa,
"It'a ths defendant, air," meekly re
turned the lawyer.
"Defendant I Where?" ejaculated tha
Court, rising from hla chair and peering
over Ida bench in aenicb of the pitiful
' .ins imptlve, wlusa Helpless Illness had
been described in much detail by his
THE DEFENDANT It INTRO
DUCED AS EXHIBIT A.
.lustH e New-burger, not a Utile aur
pilsed. aank back In his seat.
"Vou needn't ask this witness sny
more questions. Call the defendant 'o
the witness stand," he directed.
From the counsel table there loomed
up a youne colossu;. He laboriously
made his way to me railing and hesi
tated. "Come riKlit In." Invited the Court
"Hwear hlr.i, clerk."
As Jackaon tok the oath to tell the
truth jid nothing but the truth the
Court remarked to the lawyer:
"Da you wish to liave the exhibit
ms.'ked for identlfl -atlon?"
' I wo iid prefer If Vour llouor would
mark bint in evidence.'' returned the
"J a it a moment. Toe exhibit us an 1
been properly Identified yet."
Tnen Justlcs New burger, who pja
sesses a splendid haaao voice, elevated
ile notes 10 a thundering pitch and de
manded: "Are you the consumptive hugbaud
thla wife complalna of'.'"
"TOi air, I am," returned the exhibit.
' I'll receive the exhibit In evidence,"
atated the CourL satisfied with ths
"But how er where will t mark the
exhibit?" asked the stenographer,
Charles J. O'Catlaarlian, In dire perplex
ity fot the first time in twenty years f
dally marking exhibits In evidence.
HIS 230 POUNDS WIN CASE FOR
Mark him well," returned the I'ouri
In the words of the puet as he turned
to the "exhibit," wnose broad, cxpan
gve face I'll bubbling with gay laugh
ter. "How old are you, air'.'" asked tnr
' I Bin going on thirty, air"
' Uow high ate you 6 feet la ui
The sxhihlt was in doubt, and the
' Stand lipl We'll measure you with
A hugs bulk of a man aross on the
platform. Ilia giant frame towered
over His Court. Ills maealva hand
reated on the edge of the Court's desk.
Juatlee Newburger la by no means
pigmy In stature, but the "exhibit"
aruas above hlm like the Wolworth
Building over the Astor Houe.
"Sit down, air. How much do you
"Two hundred and thirty pounds,
"I'nmplainl dismissed:' exploded Hie
Court. "That la all, all. Vou may go
and be careful of the steps as you
leave the witness chair. Next caael"
Tne law , en Joined wltu numeroua
litigants and wilneaaea In uncontrolled
laughter. Tne party qulckl) left the
court room. I heir feree wreathed in
smiles, lackaon waa the merriest of
"I told vnu we ion hi bea' ths caae
easily, he rsatiadae ble lawyer.
IN WIFE S SU
BY HIS 230 POUNDS
for Trial in Graft Bribe Scandal
YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22,
Latest Photograph of Helen Miller Gould,
Who To-Day Became Mrs. Finley J. Shepard
Full Description of the Bride' Costume.
Docbegl Ivory yaffil icith three-and-a-half uard trainAof tmin Flipprrt . 01 responded iclfh B9SMi trimmed
Long tleevet and neck cut Vhapc. thneral effect ofu)th rotettet of orange blottomt
gown it long linei. I Jcuil MIUtHti of a ttring of erqulttte pearlt taid
. 'to have belonged to Kmprett .totephinr ana formerly
Trmming of dw'hett and rote point Itn c ; need pearl,. , . , . ... buhj. -
' xhclonged to the bride t mother. Within the pearlt.
embroidery: lace caught up at tide o! tkirt with orange urr01lni1ini) m fc ((.((f .orf ht,au,ifu, prar.
Veil of rare and daiitu
the Duche.it de Talleyrand, titter of the bride, irho
alto provided the lace trlmmingt. Veil attai hed to hair
with a tpray of orange blottomt and extended to limit
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CUT AS MOB TRAPS
Comercd In Shop, Terrified
Worker Seizes Knife and
Slashes at Invaders.
John Ryan Of No. N Hcrg.n sit set,
Brook!) n, ties perhaps mm uiiiy grounded
In tne Swedish Hospital as the refill!
of injuries he re -rived liLvt hlgbl hi i
pltCfted battle between strikers and non
union iluthlng workers.
I meal Mlgal t No, Nil Bergen Mreet,
who ripped Hyau'i throat open with a
knife when be found lilgaself hemmed
in by angry itrlUara, was held wlthuti
nail in the I'latbiua Avenue Com ti
day to await the pr Inhly fatal oul
of Ityan'a Injurtea. t'narlea A t'ul :
af No. eje St. stork's av enue, a at neld
m ii bail fa aaaaulUni m ioI.
ffroobal started al i e'eiuak laei aoM
detlgn. the gift of ,.iiaoed diamond
The bride carried a
favorite flower, and
'krrhirf, the gilt of
Copyrighted by Falk. N. T.)
when the non-union employees, wmo have
taken the places of the striking oper
ntlvrs In the Kenyon Company's big
raincoat manufactory at Atlantic and
Carlton avenue, left the building. A
i-iowd of uhcut five hundred strikers
closed In on them and followed thorn
dowti the street.
Migal, outnumbered hv the menai-lng
striker, tried to take refuge In Sight
He dudged Into the little tailor shop of
Abe Jackowakv. When tba foremost
members of the mob charged Into ths
shop Mlgal golga I a knife from a heia ii
and whipped It a' toss Ityan'a throut
Ironi ear to ear.
HENNESSY FILLS NEW OFFICE
aulser Appnlnla JrvraiaprrniaB
ADItA.VV. .Tan. 22 -lov Mulxer to-day
appointed John a Hanneaay of Brook.
iv 11 exc -utile auditor. Hilary 1 4,000, He
it a w-ell-kiiown ROWapapsr man, who
has the Coventor's ,'onfldenoai and his
work In the newly create I ofllce will be
i" put a atop to unnecessary expenses.
liov .-r.iizef sgplalnlng the oreatlon
of the new offer io which Ur Hon-M-ei
has been uppoit ie,i aald
"Ttie people would stand aghaei
lio v know of some gf tbe Clings thai
hive hern io!liK Og Ifl this StHte fur
yea re, i learned thai the suite hag
been paylag oig hllla t aitraotora
wlihoui properly InveetlgatUal the a, -counti
rendered The oonuntt tea of in
I bag agreed with me that go ros
ing -n ii done lo guard against
KSlflMe fr.i id and grai In this ron
neetlon, ' It will ne a iart of Mr H'i-
neeei'i dot) re examine Mlli raodetad
"Circulation Books Open to
oendant. the aitl of the bridegroom.
bouquet of Ultra of the vnlleu. hrv
nlto tarried a beautifiil point lace
Mrt. Ifutirll fage.
Jewels and Much Silver
in Gould Wedding Gifts;
Official List Given Out
Following 1a a parUal list of the Helen
Qottid wedding presents:
From Mr. and Mra. fleorge J. Oould,
at. ext aordlnary coraage pin. ninalstlng
of a large bowknot of diamonds and
pearls, with a huge niarulse diamond
ex'iulsltely aet In platinum surrounded
by pearls, suspended therefrom by
strands of pearls so arranged as to give
a ribbon effe'-t aoiue three or four Inches
Mr. and Mra. Rdwln Oould, a loin
fan chain made up entirely of diamonds
tot In platinum.
Howard UkHtld, a beautiful Imported
ivory statue entitled "Hot.oi "
The Duchess de Talh y and provldel
tlin lace for the bride's wedding gown.
I got bender keroblaf gad ie exijuieite -
really tniii vellou fr lace vail.
Mr. and Mis ICrank Jay ilould. a
r .alii net kliu-e of pearls, diamonds and
emeralds, from Which suspends a large
(rang ujer iharrl pondaat f diamon ia
ami emeralds uf tare beauty.
Helen and Dorothy Houhl, nieces af
the hi Ide, a hag of delicately wrought
gold etggh mounted with sapphires.
juagdaa, ueorge .t , bMiu gad Uiurto
HELEN GOULD PASSES
HONEYMOON AT HOME;
GUARDS AT WEDDING
noon in Lyndhurst, Her Coun
try Home, Unites Her With
Finley J. Shepard.
GUESTS WERE INVITED.
Bride Distributes Among tne Guests
Heart-Shaped Satin Cake Boxes with
Initials of Herself and Husband.
Helen Mltkr fjould was married at tier country home, LynJ
hurst, at Irvinfm-the-Hiithon, at 12.38 o'clock this afternoon to Hi lly
J. Shepard, vice-president of the Missouri Padfc, the railroad BtWl
her fsther, Jay Gould, made part of his steel highway between the At
lantic and the Pacific.
VVithout any affectation of austerity or pretense that the occasion
was not worthy of the mest beautiful setting whidi the wealth represented
it could afford, the wedding was as simple and as quiet as all of the
bride's busy life has been.
By ths expreaa direction
Jould, the only alcohol In ths dining
room or anywhere elsa about ths prem
ises ltuiiie the festivities waa that uaid
U kaep foal warm on the serving table.
The thtrat of the gueata waa eatlanVd
gf apt ins water and grape Juice. A
anload of aueh llqull refreshments was
deltesred. during the morning.
Ne authtrltattve Information was
alien out regarding the honeymoon
Mono oT Mr. and afra. ihepard It
seeined to be generally understood at
Lyndhurst that Ch couple would stay
there a week or two snd then go to
Km one The preeence hf an unidentified
yacht off rhe Oould place ava rlas to
rumors ths' the honeymoon was to bo
ffin on MM water, 'but the household
arrangements tmll -aled olherwlae.
TWO LITTLE NIBCfft BRIDE'S
Miss Oould was atlsndsd by her little
nieces. Helen, her namesake, and Doro
thy, daiMTMera of Frank Uould. Only
aeventy-flve gueata were present whan
ttie wedding procession moved down the
broad central stairway of ths house Into
the embowered east drawing roo.n,
where the Rev. Daniel Hussell was In
wsltlng. Mr. Huaasll arrived at Lynd
hurst two hours before ths hour set for
rhe wedding. Draeumably for a final
Beyond an elaborate musical pro
Uould, children of Mr. and Mis. Oeorwe
J, Uould, an eaceedmgly bandaome
-inure ut diamond ring set In plsUnum
i'Uiruundrd with brilliants.
EMPLOYEES SEND HER PRACTI
Mr. and Mrs. Kobbla and the em
ployee at l.yndhuret, a silver centra
piece for fruits or flowers.
From the employees of ths town house
a table set of allvri nut disl.es
Daniel 8. Miller, uncle of the bride, a
rare book, beautifully tooled, binding
Inlaid with pie, i , is etonea.
Mra l'. . Dickinson, ths brlde'a aunt,
a handsome sliver tray with coffee urn,
formerly the property of ths brlds's
V. m, Dickinson, a fetching miniature.
Mr and Mra. Jay Uould, a teakwood
atand auppurtlng a handsom ' ne.se
Mr. and Mra. H Iluah. a centre
piece beautifully patterned, In silver
and gold, formerly the property of Uen.
firaf von llrltteuger. who ventured In
Mexico In KOU.
l-'rom tba otrlceia of the Denver end
te - alaht aaed TkirMtri wan
PRICE ONE CENT.
Early This After
aramms by Mahan Franko and au
orchestra of forty plecss Which played
bshlnd a heavy screen of palms and ihs
oft and marvellous besuty of Ihs
blossoms with which the walla were
banked, the wedding was plain aa that
1hs bridal of any of the thousands
of working girls who have been sn
conraged and aided by Miss Uould's
Ths brlds entered on ths arm of her
brother Ocorge and was mat at ths
noral altar before Mr. JUiaaoU by the
bridegroom, who was attended by Lamia
Hhepard, his 'brother.
Miss Oould a wedding gown woo of
Ivory white aatln. sntbslUshsd with rare
point lacs, ths gift of hsr slstsr Anna
Tha veil waa bum of point lacs.
Halea and Dorothy Oould, agad tan
snd eight years, ware tba attendants, act.
Ina aa flower girls. Tshy were gowned In
dainty pals pink satin covered with
lace; white silk stocklnaa and white
slippers, adorned with butterfly buoajes
Each carried a basket of pink rosea.
SOFTENED LIGHT ENHANCES
THE BEAUTY OF FLOWERS.
Ths southwest drawing room Is Bluest
altogether glassed In and in order to
soften the hard brilliance of the January
sun, ths windowa had bssn blocked and
the apacas In front of thorn covered by
flowers and vines. The electric lights,
hidden In the fotlags. - ere subdusd to
a utt ysllow. which gave greater
beauty to the bloaaoms and ths green
Isavss of the walla. Ktther by accident
or by tba work of one of ths household,
ths curtain of ons window shifted as.d
lust as llav. Mr. Itusssll joined tha
itanda of the bridal couple and a bOOOd
shaft of aunllaht fell acroee ths hsads
of the thrss.
Among those who witnessed the nup
tials were Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge .1.
Oould. Mr. Klugdon Oould, Mra. and
Mra. Jay Oould, Mr. and Mra. Anthony
J. Drexel Jr., Maxtor Oeorae Jay
Uould jr., tbe Misses Edith and Ulur.a
Mr. and Mrs. Rdwln Oould and tnr -sons,
Messrs. Edwin Jr. and Fraa
Due and Duchess ds Talleyrand, with
their son, ths little Prlncs de tiagan.
Mr. Howard Oould.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jay Oould.
All of ths abova wars of ths buds' a
Of ths bridegroom's family there were
present Mr. and Mrs. Burton II. Wright.
Mrs. D. W, Cutter, Miss Cutter and
Mr. Iasuls J. Uhepard.
Only a few very old family friends
were there, among them Docioi and
Mra Charles H. .Snow, Miss Helen
Oould Know, Messrs Oordon and
Howard eSnow. Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
WaHter, Mr. and Mra. W. B. Walker.
Mr. and Mra. B. F. Bush, Mrs. William
Northa-up, Miss Ida Nortbrup, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward A. IVrpail. Mlaa Li. 1'ei'
pall, Mr. Hex Perpall, Mr. and Mra
Howard O. NurUirup.
All the gueata not Immediate ma tu
bers ot ths family went to lrvlugtou
from this city la the two private cars
attaobsd to the Albany local leavtag
the Oraad Caabral OiaUos gg hUe. It
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