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FOR R. I. FAILS
New I. C. C. Rules for Ac?
counting Cause It to
ACT TO SAVE ROAD
l.xpense of Reorganization Will
Fall on Collateral Trust
I'h? plan foi ' he reor
i- Rock Island Rail?
rood system, providing for the elimi
?if the 'a o holding corpora
,. .iiiiii.imiO in capital
???rarities, which wn? adopted b>
bondholder? and ?.tockholder*,' pr?t?e*
i OS ? '? on dune 10, 191 t. was
iihandoiied yesterday. According to
lesa? -vu* 1 by the stock
h..?dei.?' eommittoe, of whieb Will
isrs A Ri n, the fail*
nie ?if the plat) linigtd upon the
question ot underwriting, which
"jld not he undertaken in view of a
heel ami estimate of
1 go, Rock l-,;iml *?? '
. > Company'* earnings, mad?***.
-.?ry for the accountitiK rule? of
the Intel tat? Commerce Commission,
which ' ' '
presented to the com?
mittee mi July 17.
From the apparent voluntary with?
drawal of the itockholdera' commit?
tee from the situation and a state*
mem issued bj the bondholders' com?
mittee the expene? of >. Reck laland
reorganization will now fall exclu?
upon the ?.olh.teial tru?t bond?
holder*. Under the tentative plan
th?' stockholders were to participate
b) subscribing to new preferred
. , IS per cent
v.ilr- o:" the Interstate
Commerce Commission, which caused
?he sjnderwriting plan to fall through.
required the Rock l.-land to make
for depreciation of
equipment, and whet these charees
had been revised it ?va? found that
?he earnings did not make a suA
,ient!;. ? try showing as to
ihe 7 per cent dividend? that were
intended to be paid on the proposed
,i of new preferred
?toe? itockholders' protective
committee then deemed it inadvisable
i with th.' tentative plan
the underwriting syndicate.
??Inch wai already oversubscribed.
w Ulam A. Read, chairman of the
?tocliholders' committee, said that
the failure of the tentative readjust
.lid not necessarily mean
rship for th.- Chicago, Rock
I-land <**. Pacific Railway In the near
luture. He explained that the com?
pany's n??eds hHd been provided for
lanuar) I, Mb.
i , bondholders'protective commit
,,. ..- H-hii i Jam? - ";. Wallace, presi
of the Central Trust Company, is
lh the f;.;!uiv of
? on plai- :
of this eonamit
luaei ? .?m,nation of the
propel '-he < hieago,
? ? <? Railway Com*
. made on its behalf, and as a
th th? cons?
' me 20. 191 '..
In ?... effective the
? ? h ? thereof abe it $3<
ad to be u. derwrittea.
July 21 t
Ich old < ' committee
the managers of the syndicate
lorn? d fot derwriting of the
? . i a* h having und? nu it
len more than sufficient in amount, de
. t.. proceed, becauac . 11 the
? ami * " ps
I li*. 30, 1916, ai
g officer- of
upon i in pi ??
??f ptn ?? ';k, and 2i adjustments
In the capital foi
the railway company,
srgely decrease or po
bl) ?n? relj wipe ?>ut the turplu
on t' ? ? of the railway eompai y.
"Fa ' II to underwrite the plan
aril) causes the abandonment of
and the termination of the
"it t.t reached between thi? rom
.. I * e stockholders' commit
*? i* Th? re| ort of E W MeKerna, the
; ert employed by this
committee, ihowi that a large amount
of ae eessary if the value of
be presen*! .- po??er re
? i ami the proportiei kept from
p. The fini
.' ion of th
? nporary character. The
,- of the railway com
g Jui ?? SO, 1915,
I9.2f0.000, an?; during
II1.?., i,C*Ofi > ?
*** led for th? of equipment
expire on f | ? ' r,,re
iV .r.drr -hould
?I ?led immed.ate!
H ert of action by the boldei s
Ate ta be pre?er\ed.
.. . ? .
'or an in
?..?id?, in ?hi* .'?iii-rmeri*
? ' . BITS
mitter will prepare and nuhrin' a plan
the ? ? .
ert' agreement, .!*??'! l-eh,'...
?'.?14, ,l?*[.o* tor-, a "?*? the |iromu!*fa
;..an i? no' at
? ?? her 16, 1911,
i .. ?
? ? e ? ?,. ,n. it?ee to ju?' ti judK
< ,tei\ muy b?
rsuant to tbe torma of
"Fall ire by tbe eolia
te may oaaily re?ult in
Ihe ultimat?- racoieei ? I rail
way company and the poi.iblr total
? ml the titoik under ? Hule
in pro? eed.nf ?. instituted by the n?, i
er? of ob gal ? '?' the ra,!?????
pan> if*.; aoa) for tbe tenta?
tive p'?n arrived at ? iui,?* thm ?it
a-tit hi. .e aristi on -lui;. I,
.-?? " ? ??*,,*? of the
? '? ? banking
to the ra
of tbe adoption of tac tentative plan",
Bill Permitting Federal B
Issue Passes Committee
Washington, .lu!;. 21. Ti.?' Se
' ' PostofflcCS ; u?l
Roads (?r?lrr. . .rabio i
Rood rouds bill submitted bj Sei
Bryan as s substitute for the Sha?
ford bill, which passed the House.
hill i.- desi<**ned to provide federal
ro food roads and to permit the st
tu utili/r the credit of the L'n
States 'i raising road construe
The 'mil would provide 'hut the
eral government i-?uc 50 year 3
cent bond?? to the amount of *.">"?'."
?. in lots of $100.000.00 each for
'.??ill?. States could partie.!
use of the funds by issuing I Per i
bend?. \?hich when deposited in
?Viler.il treasury would be exchar
The i per eonl difference in inte
btrtweon tha federal and state be
would be held in a sinking fund ?
which to aid the -Hate? in retiring
HER NAME ON BALLO
Jersey Woman Socialist Ci
didate for Assembly.
The authorities of Hudson I <?u
N. J., announced yesterday that
name of lira. Gertrude Reilly, of V
hawken, \?ould be printed on the <?
tion ballot?. Mis. Reill) i? 'be Soc
?st candidate for member of tha
-enibly from that county, and sh?
the first woman in the state to h
bor name put on the ballot :.? a cai
oi a ?(..?it in the Legislature.
If she ?hould be elected the Rt<
ber? of tho Assembly ??ill themsel
*.ote to decide whether to receive
County Clerk Crosby ?aid yestcr
t1 at he ba?l no authority to reject p
tions of nominations when the) ?s
legally prepared and presentid to li
'! he constitution pro? ides that no i
-on .?hall be eligible for raembershir
the legislature unies.? he be ???nut
to the rtfrht of suffrage."
HOUSE IN TANGL
Government Appropriation f
Panama Exposition First
Won. Then Lost.
Washington, July 21. The House I
came involved in a parliament!
hite tO-day that taxed the (,'(
eralship of the warring experts
rules and finally forced adjournmc
The unusual situation was brou*
Bbout by Representative Kahn, of Ci
fornia, ?ho won and then lost a :..
for a Senate amendment to the Sumi
civil bill to apropriate 1500,000 for
government building at the Panan
Mr. Dupre, of Louisiana, who agre
\?ith other speakers thai California h
promised nol tO ask for federal aid
uceeeded in securing the e?po
tion sought by Now Orleans, reliev
the tension by declaring:
"I call attention to the fact that.
addition to ?? glorious climat? und
few nativ? sons. California produces t
best bunch of liars 1 ever knew. I s
this in an impersonal sense, of cour:
I ??.n well believe the t??o great ui
versities on the Pacific Slope ha
created a chair for the special purpo
of promolin?' the* gentle art of mc
Opposed by Democratic members
tl ? appropriations committee, Mr. K?
moved to accept the Senate amendme
for the government building. The m
t um ?n eoncur s s - can ici by a . <?
of 11.' to 10'.?. 'Ihe disgruntled chai
?iirt'i of the appropriations committ
demanded a recapitulation. The resu
? a- the ?ame.
Mr. Kahn then made th* tactic
blunder of moving to reconsider tl
vote and lay that motion on the tabl
ordinarilj a perfunctory motion ma<
by one in fa?or of a bill and ?lenii
by one opposed to it. Mr. Pitzgera
and M r. Sherlej ? lickl) ? ed the
opportunity, asked for a division of tl
motion and thus forced the (|ue.-tic
firs, on reconsideration.
California members "err puni
m ... bu* b) the t ?me s rolles
.?. obtained a quorum bad di.?ai
peared, the rote for reconsideration b?
? .? ; far to il" aga nat, fourteen le
a quorum. Halting a ca.. for
?luoruni. Mr. Fitzgerald moved an a?
\ ? legun, with tl
mi' eompleted. The House vote
to adjourn 103 to '.'s. amid the cheer
the appropriations contingent
DRUGS SEND THREE
Six Others. Hardly More thai
Boys. Held for Examination
I ??. o ini?n ?Aere sent to jail yesterds
for havii u drugs in their po.-^c-sior
one was sentenced to the federal peni
tentiaiy for manufacturing opium an
sis others, hardly more than boy?
were held until powder found on then
can be anal? zed.
??!?? of the m*n who ??rnt to jai!
Peil ''ii.. ol '-'-'?7 West .".."?ti
ecognised bj Justice Kemo
chan, in Special 8? I lion a - u man whi
went by th?' name of .Jud^e when thi
istice wi n Yah H< adm it?? ?i
.-?i- \ months .lames Carter, o
.".'.' Tayloi -'.. Astoria, was led off '.
.?er??? n yrar in the penitentiary
Maj;. trate Ten Kyrk, in Jelfersoi
Market Court, held Alfred Intermonte
of '.''? Chariten st., and Paul Racetti
- Thompson st., in $600 bail ?*acl
'rial. The former was charge?
hi The, Bronx Magistrate Simmi
bad four cn-( -? during the day. In th?
morning John Smith, or 745 K.a?t 166tl
t., and Jona MeGee, of 158 Bast nr,tl
????<? hci'i foi examination to
morrow in $1,000 bail each. Fran I
l'.<.- . " 121 I. .-? i Mth -? . and Jame?
llaiii:.** . el 1060 Prankliti av., cam.
th? afternoon. They v. er?
chained with having narcotics in theil
and will explain abottl it
t?, in(.- ?
. </?? Gi abb, ti ?n< Pede ral I? I
I i, jr*. sentenced -loe Hrown, alia?
Abraham Brown, to the federal peni
t*ntiary at Atlanta, <>a . for f.\e year
nannfactui e opium m
hm room at ill Ftmyth st. Brown
ha? sorved time for four bnnrlari?
lie v .. .ii July 1 I h-, ['?.lire ||?
toi O'Brien. HI trial la-ted two
t:\0~ I."4 I . -., n.i unk no? ir|
' '??'?? Mi m ,r?.
?I M I- ?.,. ?win ?-,
? ? " ? ? | .
? !' ? t
'i ?,. \\tat
?. '-> no i; n.h i
O'Gorman's Efforts to
Break Deadlock May
WILSON MAY STILL
PREVAIL ON BANKER
Jones in Statement Defends Acts
of Companies and Declares
' i mm 1 ? Trlfn im B?ni -
y sshington, July 21. Senator O't?or
man'i efforts to brfak the deadlock be?
tween the President and the Senate
l!;:i king and Currency Committee over
the nomination of Paul M. Warburg
ma? be defeated by the drterminatleu
? Senators no! to modi'/ their de
nip'id ?hat Mr. Warburg appear for?
mally before the committee to answer
questions thai may be put to him con
eerning h?s qualifications for member
i ,,n the Federal Reserve Beard.
Th? members ol the committee wer?
not informe?! '??-da: of any chant;?? ?n
Mr. Warburg's attitude, and there is no
lition to compromise with him by
hearing him informally. I? is under?
stood to be the Pre ident's desire that
the New York banker comply with the
request of the committee and the re
tin': t?a; he had decided to corne to
Washington would not cause much sur?
\ statement by Thomas D. Jones, of
Chicago, replying to the Senate com
mittca' report adverse to his confirm?
ation, was made public to-day by the
administration Senators conducting the
i ghl 'n his behalf. Mr. .Iones say?
that the -nits brought against the In
ternational Harvester Company ver?
based upon facts connected with it-'
"I then believed," he add.?, referring
to his appointment i ? a director, "and
1 still believe that at '?be date of my
acceptance of the position of dirccor
the corporation was lawabiding and
that it ? business methods were produc?
tive of benefit, not of harm. In that
belief I accepted the position of di?
Mr. Jones's Defence.
"As to the ot'ner branch, namely, the
acts of the company and its board of
directors since I became a director. BO
far as 1 have known they have been
neither oppressive nor illegal in any
particular. I h?lice that the record
v ill bear me out in the statement which
1 now nial??* that no? une single act
of the company during that period ??as
instanced in my hearing before the
committee as constituting a violation
"In an inquiry ostensibly intended
simply to ?leternnne my fitness for pub?
lic office a corporation in which I was
n director had been branded as a trust
and its earninra stigmatised as 'un
conscionable' and these charge* ?rere
spread broadcast tnrough the public
nre?? under the great authority of the
Committee or. Hanking and Currency
of the Senate of the United States. And
this, too, occurred in the case of a
corporation which in its present form
has been carrying on M - business for
seventei n years and against which not
,i single accusation has ever been made
in any tribuna!, either federal or ?t?te,
that [ts organization is illegal or that
tice? are oppressive or extor?
tionate. 1 submit tu your honorable
con mittee 'i ?' inch procedure is
groi ly unfair."
With reference to the Missouri ease
in which the organization of the Har?
vester Company was declared illegal.
Mr. .lone? insisted thai the charge of
"unfair dealing by the rimpany toward
the fanners was emphatically denied
1 y the court."
Criticises ( ommittee.
Concerning the New Jersey Zinc
Company, with which Mr. .Iones also
i- connected, the < hicagoan declared
that the charge made by the committee
majority that it "owns practically all
the zinc ore in the 1'nited States'' had
not a particle of evidence to lupport
it and thai "moreover, everybody who
the ordin?r*.' rudiments of ? i.??
zinc industry know- that ?he ?tatemeni
is not ?imply fal?e it is ridiculous-ly
false." He criticised the committee for
? en | .i its examination o: him "a
Reports reaching W ishington to-day
from White Sulphur Spring?, 'A. Va.
that Senator *)'?,orinan, of New York,
liad conferred there with Mr. Warburg
atid that sent ! arrangements bad been
made whereby Mr. Warb'irg would
agtee to appear before the Banking
< ommittee were not known to any
members of ?he comm?tes in Wa. n
Doyle Back to Pacific Fleet.
Washington? duly 21. Rear Admiral
R. M. Doyle, on duty on the west coast
ol Mexico, was ordered to-day to ?e
turn to the command of the Pacific
icsenc fleet, with headquarters on the
cruiser Colorado at Puget Sound.
Army and Navy Orders;
Movements of Warships
\?. i ihliifton, Jul) .'i
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? HIHPH \M ?retired di ta? bed ?as
Philadelphia o bom?
I. H ?'ii \\i?i.i:it and Com w R
?.in;i:.\ri?i ? ..i iniltMloned.
8 ROH I HON, detached command
l'ou? i M <<i.MM??\. commlai.rd
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Minneapolis to Petrel
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DIPLOMATS FEAR ZAPATA
British and German Ministers
Call in Their Nationals.
Mexico City, July M. Th. British
a,,d Cerman ministers to-day auv iseu
"hoir nationals living in suburban
towns in the federal district to leave
their homes and -*oncentrate in the
ranital "i view of the possibility of at
tacka Ml their towns by the followers
of Emiliano /.apatn.
The other representative* of foreign
powers here have issued no wariiinK to
their nationals and ere not takm?; so
icrioni * " ?* ,llf '"J**''0'' ?MiPe
British and German ministers, [he
hotels of the '.'ipnal. however, are till?
ing up '' ?th persons of all nationalities
coming in from suburban towns.
FOREIGNERS TO LOSE LAND
Carranza to Seize American,
French and Japanese Holdings.
Loi Angeles, July 81. Asnerlean,
French and Japanese land holder- in
Lower California who received con-.-es
.I..I1? through Huerta or Dia/ hre to be
ou led and their land turned over to
the Mexican people by General Car?
ranza, according t.. Adolfo Carillo.local
agent of the Mexican Constitutional?
In addition, pearl fisheries rights
Kiven by Huerta to the French and
Japanese ??ill be taken away.
OFFICER GONE ON
EVE OF ARMY TRIAL
Lieut. Poindexter. Nephew of
Senator. Put War Depart?
ment in Quandary.
i Froi '? "
Washington, July SI. The military
authorities Hre bafflfd over the myste?
rious disappearance of First bleuten
anf Field L Poindexter. I . 8. A. .re?
tired, ?aid to he a nephew of Senatoi
Poindexter. He has made his home in
Wasl Innrton. In the Just year the war
llr-partn-.ent received many complaint'
concerning Lieutenant Poindexter s
?"ailurc to meet financial oblif-atioii ?.
He explained to the adjutant sen
eral, bu*, the complaint? continued and
proved of such a nature that the om
e<r wai culled upon to make i. sati*
fucUrj- adjustment ?if his affairs or
present himself before a j-cneral court
martial. Char-res alleging Irregular!
fes in flnoneial trau-.actions were pre?
pared bv the jud?-r advocate trcneral
'of the nrniy and everything was n
readiness to brine Lieutenant Poin?
dexter before a court in March, when
,,. diaappeared. Orders were -riven to
?*.op Lieutenant Poindextl r'? P<K
He hi' not bien at his home address
?nee March, hm re-rularly once a
month the War Departmenl receives a
?eport from him. as is required DJ
army r ?? ilaf ons. He ha? not pri ? i
?.i himself to the War Department and
an order thai he do <? has not been
acknowledged. Being a retired officer
??,,1 reporting regularly :-nd not bav?
in? dl obeyed an) orders ?? h'eh he
nclcnowledgi havii g received, he can?
not be diopped from the army register
? -. deserter, as would be th.* .-a?'* o
a': active ?ftrer who had been absent
without leave for three month?.
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from June 16 !o Juni 23 on pick r. i-vrt
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pr,?<ti<<- fo CHEW II
AFTER EVERY MEAL
HOUSE SILENT AS
Illinois Representative De?
nies Charge of Corrup?
tion in Office.
TO SEEK VINDICATION
THROUGH RE ELECTION
Committee Having Reported for
Censure. Case Was Due to
Come Up Tomorrow.
Washington, July 21. Informing the
House that he would take bis appeal
ti the ?roten of the itockyard district
of Chicago, Kepi M;.' e Jam? I
Mel? "-mott. conspicuous in '?he Mulhhil
lobby chaiL'? . ?? g ! from I ongr?
to-day. Mr. MeO rmott' resignation
?ame two days before the date set for
consid?r?t io i ol ;i "?solution recom?
mending censure of the Illinois mem?
ber because "r" m- connection with the
lobbyists of the National Association
of slai rfactnn ? ?
? ?? ure also was proposed because
of money borrowed by h tin from S
Washington pawnbrokei and ?? liquor
denier, both ol ? bom later opposed
pending legislation. The committee,
however, ?aid il was unable to charge
that Mr. McDermott had been influ?
Mr. McDermott read his re ignation
:o th ? House amid an embarrassing
silence. He entered s general denial
oi' all wrongdoing, ?aying that, unfort?
unately, he ?va? poor and had h id 10
borro?? money from friend tend of
from bank ?. ' .1 ?I thes? 'riei d ?.???re
pawnbrokei and th? representatives of
a liquor deal? ra' as ociat ion.
Ad* ?sing the Hou 1? thai ; 1 did not
intend to embarrass m- membership b;
having s rote <>n the eensure n
t ?on, ?? hieh he a-.i rt netrted upon I ?
constituency a? well as himself, Mr.
McDl rmott said he would seek vindi?
cation by re-election a) th? poll?.
Referring t?i the committee refer?
i? his "ethic?" and "training/*
Mr. McDi rmot! said:
"It is true that I have n??t had the
educational training and perhaps the
sociul training and advantages that
other members may boast, 01 may have
had? 1 have been invited to man] places
in Chicago and elsewhere thai perhaps
-??in?' members think above my -orial
station, but I have preferred to
c?ate with the people who sent nie to
? ongress, and whon I am at home in
t hieago I am to be found a? my accus?
tomed hauet ami among mj old com?
panions, BS m ?..ting " til tlie in? 11 and
!.. ;,?.? m the greal I nion Stock I ?
the people I love and wanl i?? associate
"My training for over twenty years
"??en with them. 1 admire them
and love them; they are unen and
alm\e board. Ii th( ghl you, they
tight you on the square. If Ihey arc
againsl you, the) come to ro 1 face to
furo, ?did manfully tell you ?>. but
'hey do not use the brigand methods
of .-hooting at \ou from ambush. I
have ne?er east a vote that these hon?
est, home-loving people criticised me
???r. I go back to them and am willing
and gla I to do 0. ["hey ? ill bi
.' . know I ne? er lied t<?
them. I have al? >? been then- loyal
fi lend ami - er? ant."
Trust Company Head a Suicide
Rutland, Vl . Jul) 21. 1 arroll E.
Kinsman, ti -asurei of the Wesl liut
laini Trust Compon). killed ?
* ith ? r.??.ol 1 er tu da). Despondi
??' ei tin ? non ? ?linea of
... ... the rau ?. tecon ig to II.
I,. Richmond, ? ice pi ? d< nt, the cm
annual ? (ami nal ion ol I he company ' ?
? -, 1.m -li.-ii thi week, I on .
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to \l.. r.
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more than ?
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You Will Find
"A SUMMER PARADISE"
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sports ? -r
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l*ooM< ? I . ... CORNELL, Mgr. I
When country air
alone is not
WHEN evening after evening he
comes home to that country life he
longed tor, only to wake ami face the
long ?la? s ?work in a hot office ?as tired as
when he went to heil, mativ a man has
begun to wonder "What can help me?"
And "Sanatri^rn" i? the logical answer. Not
only from the 21.000 physicians who hare writ?
ten i 'ii enthusiastic letters, but from the mul?
titndr*?of brain-workers tn tropt* altiuntritsvtho
tin.) in Sanatogenthe mturiskittg help they must
lo keep up under the enervating pressura
of lint ??rather.
For alter a", health in summer m largel* a
matter ol diet. \nd Sanatogen, bringing to the
i ?? e cells and tissues the very foods they must
1 ,i a. gnd in the purest and most easily assimil
., - form, restores and re-rit/ifies the whole
?\-,ri:i. And helping other food dis:*--: il
- the tax upon stomach and nerves.
!? :? this mo-fnlH eifert ?v
? *,*.?(; and. tnserviitg
nerve for? ethai makes San
.,- -n ?,i lielptul ia hut
?veather. An?! not until
i ... e h it ii* ? plendid
? ? eir, is n you
begin to knon how much
Sanatogen ? mu nx
s.i latogen is sold hj good
?. ever*, w here in
three sizes, from *?1 .HO up.
Geumi r.i?, InttTMtimmm, i nm
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for "The Art of Living
a charmingly written little essaj bj a New Vork doetot <?? ho-s to gel the b il
nf hot ?veather and make the HMOi pi it It is free I ear this "'I as a remindei
ill Hot Weather to address III!. BAUER CHEMICAL CO., *| Irvii Place, New Vork.
95% OF THE CAFFEINE REMOVED
You will probably notice that Kaffee HAG is stronger than
ordinary coffee because the green bean is cleaned and refined
at the same time that the drug caffeine is removed.
Years ago people used crude brown sugar nobody would
think of using it on the table today.
And now, the discriminating demand refined coffee?Kafiee
HAG is not only cleaned or refined but with the nerve des?
troying and stomach disturbing drug caffeine removed, ?x is
a perfectly safe beverage for everybody.
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