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J, The Salt XiAKE xRiBinsrEs xhubsday MoiomrG, Juste 9, 1904. 11 JM
MM Clamors for
W Life of Murderer
f He Killed Wife and Brother and
11 I 111611 Sh0t mS 0wn EyC8
7& I' 0ut
cSfTABMl. "I- Junf S'- b
lS l I surrounded the home o John
huS' W Koblnson at Maunlnee early to-
h? ? da'- clamorlner for his life.
thiS F Sheriff qpnnery and thlrty-slx armed
srS? deputies Were keeping back the
rui?,f riotous crowd. It was thought the mob
aS Z. would not succeed in Its mission, as the
3 I officers were determined to do their
ie I lloblnsor.. who killed his wife and
otS 'i brother-in-law and then attempted to
CH ake his own life on Monday, has sufll
iHft clentlv recovered to dlscure the crime,
tbisv ! He s'iowb no emotion, and only says,
' X i "People don"t kill one another for noth
otS ' inc" He Invited Arterbury, his broth
tW I er-In-law. home with him. They quar
trfi ft. reled. and Robinson shot and killed Ar
im? .l terbury. His wife then was shot to
liws! t death as she' held her baby. Robinson
MS? ft then shot himself,
Tha S On learning that he was not dead, a
ah' mob formed and made an attack on the
t dace where Roblneon 1b being cared for.
S3 I He has lost both eyes, and begs the
c" 1, Sheriff to let the mob have Its will.
j3 CHEAP RATES EAST.
fll VIa Burlington Route
"IRto Kansas CltyO, return 535.00
iSlJsio Omaha anc;d by rci 35.00
TlAfllfcPo Su Paul rvolume on 42.90
lififMyTo Minneapolis Xyel I turn 42.90
flftMrn0 Chicago and return'- 47.50
'"igfr To St. Louis and return 42.50
LlCwi One fare plus ?5 for round trip from
llftnf Utah points to all "Western Passenger
.'EC Association territory. On sale May 30th,
?Jst and June 8th, 9th. Return limit
jWfood until September 15th. Stop-overs
f "Jfc'-Sllowed. Write or call on R. F. Neslen,
nMfaenl. AgL, 79 "West 2nd South St.
g fibers Elect
1 1 Executive Body
jwfi Western Federation Completes Elec-
ff- tion of Officers at Denver .
Ia"! f Convention.
TfeEKVER, Colo., June S. The an
lUfil: 8 nua convent'on of the Western
I -a Federation of Miners today com
I pleted the election of officers by
choosing the following executive body:
Sfl J District No. 1 N. "W. Moore of Arl
imW I 'strict No. 2 L. J. SImkins of Wal
of mi f lace' ldtu
3 District No. 3 James P. Murphy of
ir ' Butte, Mont.
oris District No. 4 Frank Schmelzer of
aStf i 6"vertoni Colo.
0iS if District No. 5 James Klrwan of Ter
froaTa J. r" s- D-
iln'fio 9 "trlct No. 6 James A. Baker of Slo
S $ can, J C.
ne ft ProM.'ion was made by the conven
ciftUi f tlon for 'he care of the men expelled
urt & r0,n lhe Cripple Creek district,
a'ftfw H , A number of the deported miners who
,o( all jreached Denver last night called upon
oaigf p Secretary Haywood of the federation
tSbs J late I" the day and were escorted to the
ropST ;T convention hall. Tlie delegates were
.nuisi H anxious to have the exiled men Impart
plila J some direct Information on the sltua
hldii" I tion In the Cripple Creek district and mi
Ihlfi S Invitation was forthwith extended by
iedj T the chair Several made short ad
;offl I dresses and were roundly cheered by
.liei'i I the convention. Routine business com
brw 1 pleted the work of the session and the
to'? & convention adjourned sine die.
S'S WEATHER TODAY.
f, , .sterdas record at the local office 'of
V weather bureau:
iuj if Iaxrmum temperature, GS degrees; mlnl-
Aiih k nium temperature. 53 degrees; mean tcm-
tjSs m Pratur. 60 degrees, which Is 3 degrees
if below the normal
f Accumulated deilotcncv of temperature
I ilnce the flrt of the month. 26 degrees.
j Accumulated deficiency of tcmporaturo
:pl 4 tlnce January 1, 13 degrees.
ftA Total Precipitation from 6 p. m. to C
Uriw" I p. m., none
.Jit ,Accumuluted deficiency of precipitation
JGSBI? 8nco lno firKt oC tho month, . Inch.
CflK Accumulated exceps of precipitation
-rilr 8 Januarv 3 iAS Inches.
''-'jM Temperature at Other Points.
&m 20130 re
mJ ?,hlcaKo ;
c3ffr' Denver , 55
J2ML Grand Junction S8
iriJJ.y-tIIavre ; CS
hii!Pl-,Sclena '",' ' c:
heMP "iuron ;.;74
itpMs Was City Si
o08 'A"Belc3 4 74
,-ei) Pocatcllo 3?
,0iSB Knd -i
''-jjlu gan l ranclsco 6-3
S.1m. Sri:an? -f-- AO
hiilK 2t. iouis s'
'im ,pa ::.:.::::;:.::::;::::go
'efSF Mlnncmucco , ,G6
?'5u K?LIN- Jline S. The yachts entered
Z lhe. Klcl r.ar'cs number 104. Including
lllCm. tlflcen In special class No. 1, Over twen-
ot foreign yachts are entered. Including
&T?m 0 American vcsacls, the Ingoraar and
foUjK' .Swa" eleven British, three Danish
i&SF a?d,w? Bclc'an. The entries for the races
jlft p boats reach 1G0.
-erIW. Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
ith''JjfiK Wonderful things are done for the
'ilK human body by BUrsery. Organs arc
lKkCn Ut 11,1(1 scraped nnd Polished
'' K',and pui bnck or they m:iy he removed
dlpJK entirely: bones are splloeil; pipes take
l tlie Place of diseased section of veins;
he' tntlsePtlc dresslngu are applied to
tp iWa$ ouadE, bruises, burns and like In-"'K-
3Ul1ea ,)eforft Inflalnmatlon sets In,
; J'JB' whlch causes them to heel without ma
SP" tUratlon Qnd ,s one-third the time re
iw" qUlred by lhe old lrcatinent. Cham
ibcrlaIn'8 Pa,n BaJm acts on this prln-iMt4plc-
It Is an antiseptic and when 0p
JBPUed to such Injuries, causes them to
CroB!1 VC!T I"11 11 also allays the
caiW3Hraln aT,d eorenesa. Keep a bottle of
t' V5wiP&l11 BRlrn ln yoUr nome and l
Tm faVe TOU 'r,e and nnoney' not to men
,nc4f'! tl0n tl:o convenience and suffering
iivgSSk !hlch 8uch Injuries entail, For uale
lctullns druplsts. 1
TRACK, SHOP AND OFFICE
SCHLAGKS IS HERE
ON INSPECTION TOUR
Head of the Rio Grande Hallway and
Utah Fuel Company Hakes
First Official Visit.
VICE-PRESIDENT CHARLES H.
SCHLACKS of the Rio. Grande
System and Utah Fuel company
1 yesterday arrived In the city on
his first tour of Inspection, which will
cover nil the property in Utah. Mr.
Schlacks Is well remembered as the as
sistant general manager of the Denver
&. Rio Grande, and Is the same genial
official as of old. For so young a
man, the elevation to tho vice-presidency
of such a great group of corpora
tions has been frequently spoken of
here lately as one of the remarkable
moves ln railroad work, and the story
of the rise of Mr. Schlacks Is pointed
out as what a young man can achieve
by keeping everlastingly at It nnd doing
it well. But tills Important promotion
has not changed him one whit, and
when he was asked for a little Interview
on railroad affairs his smile was'Just as
of yore, and his demeanor exactly the
same, that la to say, very courteous, but
reluctant to discuss the policies of the
companies under his charge, although
willing to give- out anything considered
really of public Interest.
Those who know Mr. Schlacks best I
are sure of his full success as head of
the system In the West.
Mr. Schlacks Is very well pleasejd with
the road as far as he has gone- ovqr
, and before he returns he will I
carefully make a tour over every I
branch between Ogden and Grand
Junction. As to news of any lm- 1
portance, he said he had nothing at all
of Interest. He Is accompanied by the
veteran traffic manager, A. S. Hughes,
who counts his friends by the hundreds
all over the West: E. J. Yard, the chief
engineer who was promoted from Salt
Lake-; AI Cowhc, formerly of the local
office, and now of the Utah Fuel com
pany. It was just like meeting old
friends. Also on the train were Man
ager Williams of the Utah Fuel, Man
ager Edson of the Rio Grande System
and General Superintendent Young of
the Rio Grande.
Mr. Young and Mr. Derrah did the
honors, and the visitors will be properly
entertained during their brief stay."
Man found Dead
in Miner's Cabin
Fouv Bullet Wounds in Top of Head
Indicate That He Was Mur
dered. BAKERSFIELD, Cal., June A man
supposed to be J. A. Valentine of
32T. North Main street, Jxjs Angelesi
was found dead ln an Isolated mi
ner's cabin In Kelso canyon, fourteen
miles from the railroad, at Callento. He
hnd been shot four times In the top of the
head, and the revolver was found under
his hand, but from the nature of tho
wounds it Is thought to have been a cas"
of murder The man hnd been dead several
days. No one knew him and tho only clue
to his Identity Is a number of letters
signed by the above name. In which ho
gave the Los Angeles address. He was
presumably a miner and prospector.
NEWS NOTES BY WIRE.
PHILADELPHIA. June 8 Mary Rich
ardson, a young married woman, was to
day stabbed through the heart by May
Richardson, hr slater-ln-law, during a
quarrel ln a real C6tate office.
CHICAGO. June S The coal yards of
the Crescent "oal and Mining company
and the Peterson Hay and Grain com
j.anv's elevator were burned today. Loss,
GREENVILLE. Pa.. June S. The Pcarcc
woolen mills were damaged 200,000 by lire.
WASHINGTON. June S. Tho President
hns appointed Post Quartermaster Sergt.
Earnest Flacker, stationed at Fort Sill.
Indian Territory, a Second Lieutenant ln
the Philippine scouts.
SAN FRANCISCO, June S. During trial
of Jacob Epplnger today Francis E. Ucck,
mcnagcr of the International Banking
corporation, testified that several banks
had contributed to a fund for tho prosecu
tion of the accused.
NEW YORK. June 8. A distinguished
assemblage of alumni and guests gathered
at Columbia university today to attend the
JCOth annual commencement exerclsea,
I BOSTON. June S. The directors of the
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy railroad
have the right to change the rate of In
terest of ;4.W2.0OO bonds, according to a
decision by Judga Lathrop of the Supreme
court today. The directors desired to
change the rate from 3 to 4 per cent.
SAN JOSE. Cal.. June 8. Paul P. T.
Wilkes, an alleged New York socloty man.
Is In jail here on a charge of having
passed a fictitious check for 350 on the St.
Luke's hospital management He came to
San Joso Lwo weeks ago
NEWCHWANG. Juno 8. Tho funeral of
Lewis Etzcl, correspondent of the London
Dallv Telegraph, took place here this af
ternoon He was killed ten mllc3 out at
sea by some Chinese soldiers who were
searching for pirates.
MANILA. June S. The Casino Espnnol.
the Spanish club of Manila, has decided
to participate In tiie forthcoming Fourth
of July celebrations here. Tho Casino de
cided on this course because of the hon
ors paid by the American army and nnvy
to, the dead Spanish soldiers and sailors
burled ut Manila and Baler.
OTTAWA. June 8, Hon. W. S. Fielding.
Minister of Finance, In a statement ln tho
House, has announced that there Is to be
no general revision of tho tariff until the
next session of Parliament.
LONDON. Juno S. Arch Duke Freder
ick of Austria arrived In London today.
He is the bearer of the Field Marshal's
baton bestowed by Emperor Francis Jo
seph to King Edward.
PARIS. June S- Mrs. George Crocker of
New York, who has been seriously ill. Is
now slightly bettor Mrs, Crocker was
formerly Mrs, Rutherford of San Fran
cisco. RIO UK JANEIRO, June S. A bill pro
viding for tho reorganization of tho Bra
zilian navy was Introduced In Congress to
day. It provides for the purchase of
twenty-eight warships. Including thrcu
lronclnda and three armored cruisers.
LONDON, Juno 8. The White Star, Do- 1
minion and Allan lines have decided to
cut steerage rates from Liverpool and I
Glasgow to American and Canadian por'"
to $15, commencimr Juno U.
BOY CONSTRUCTS A
Master Boy Morgan Builds a Five
Inch Gauge With All the
SALT LAKE has a railway of which
nothing has ever been said, al
though It has been building for
seven years or more. Master Roy
Morgan Is the manager, unci It runs
through the orchard and garden at the
rear of -123 West Second South street.
Roy Is a mechanical genius. To begin
with he has a station called Salt Lake
and a five-stall roundhouse with a
switch engine, two passenger engines
and two freights. A turntable Is In
place, and It Is a wonder. The track Is
rive-Iych gauge- and runs all through
the yard. It Is well built, and even
to switches and frogs, right-of-way
signs, whistling posts and all, It Is com
plete. The engines move and couple
to trains. There Is a trestle and a river
from the garden spring with several
stations In the vegetable garden and
weeds of the lower end of the yard.
He was unknown until discovered yes
terday, but If any person desires to see
what a boy can do and how perfectly he
enn work out the- minute details, all he
has to do Is to take a peep In this rear
garden. It Is about as interesting a dis
play as can be found within a radius of
It Is the Rock Canyon railway, and In
the same syndicate Is the Green River
railway, which Master Wilkin has In
his back yard on First West and Sec
ond South. Here Is a coal trestle. Both
boys have many cars, and they are
counterparts of real cars.
The Oregon Short Line's train, duo to
leave here dally at 0 a. m. for the East.
Is being held one hour for the accommo
dation of passengors taking the through
car to St. Louis.
Travel Is very heavy in both directions.
Mr. Schlacks and party reclsterod at the
Knulsford and enjoyed "Du Barry" last
General Manager R. E. Wells and party
of officials from this city returned last
evening from tho south, but Chief Engi
neer Hnwgood remained at the front to
thoroughly inspect the work being done
at this portion of tho line.
Cut by Glass
in Train Wreck
Several Persons Injured in an. Acci
dent on tthe Northern Pa
HELENA, Mont, June S West
bound passenger train numbei
three, on the Northern Pacific,
jumped tho track near Park City,
Mont., about eighty miles cast of Hel
ena today. Three men were Injured.
They are Fireman R. Rowland, Living
ston, leg crushed; T. B. Capp, engineer,
ribs hurt; William Ogden, extra ex-
press messenger, scalp cut. W. C. DI1
' Ion, regular messenger, bruised and
shaken. Many passengers were cut by
glass from the windows, which they
broke In an effort to escape by that
means. One "was seriously hint. A
Great Northern Railroad surgeon was
aboard and attended tho Injured.
When they travel, go one route, re
turning another, In order to sec all
the country. You can do this on your
Eastern trip by asking for your tick
ets at least one way Colorado Midland.
Costs no more. Through standard and
Ring up 3053-Z for all 'Rinds of re.
pairs or alterations on your buildings.
Screens and Job work a specialty. Esti
mates cheorfully given. H. F. Williams.
jGO East Second South.
MUST PAY FARE IF
Considerable Indignation is expressed
by members of the police force at the
action of Manager Campbell of the
Utah Light and Railway company In
enforcing to the letter the company's
regulation that policemen not ln full
uniforms must pay their fares. The
new policemen say that having re
cently been added to the force, they
have not had time to get their uni
forms, and will not be able to secure
them for some time to come. One of
them went to Mr. Campbell and put
the matter courteously to him, but was
told that the matter would have to
stand as It was, and those who had not
full uniforms must pay their fares.
A notice has recently been put up
In the company's barn cmphnslzlng the
fact that all policemen must wear full
uniforms. The company has men
watching to report any conductors who
Infringe this rule. The police say that
rather than get the conductors Into
trouble they will pay ten fares.
1 The man who insures IiJs life Is
wise for his family.
The man who Insured his health
is wise both for his family and
You may insure health by guard
ing it. It is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
which generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani
fests Itself in Innumerable ways
And save yout health.
for Bnfants and Children.
The KIM You Haie Always Bought
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Bn Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CCNTAUR COMPANY. TT MUHRAV OTHCCT, NC- YOUR CCYY.
there Is nothing wanting In jj
I it leads in universal popularity. ?
3 It has
1 Absolute Purity,
I Exquisite Flavor.
1 ' TOED. J. KTESEL A CO.. V
I Metrostyle Pianola j
U Is the most modern Piano Player
w constructed. More simple than jj
E others, It can be played readily ')
a by any person. Lot us show 5
I you Its great simplicity of con- J
1 structlon. We have them In all a
I -woods; also the latest popular jj
I music, ic
I The Metrostyle Pianola costs J?
I $oOQ f
I Cash or terms. i
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IP Temple of Music j
I .,74 MAIN STREET.. (
ff Formerly Dayncs Music Co. (j
Good Hope Placer Mlnmpr Company. Lo
cation of principal place of business. Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notice. There are de
linquent upon the following described
Htock on account of assessment No. 7,
levied on the 9th dny of April, 1901. the
several amounts set opposite the names of
tho respectlvo shareholders, as follows:
Cert No. of
Name. No. Shares. Ami.
C. H. Aldrlch, part of 103 S.672 J300.00
J, Baumgartcn -IS 1.000 Co. 00
J Baumfrten C3 l,f) 33 CO
S. Beckner SS 700 24.50
S. Beckner 103 SOO 10.50
C. W. Bennett 91 SJ 1.17
P. H. Brooks 9 2,000 70. 00
P. II. Brooks Ill 752 25.32
J. Enzonapergcr H W0 17.C0
J. EnzenspcrRcr 6S GOD 17.50
J A. Marshall 92 34 1.17
J. C. Roylo -0 50) 17. R0
J. C. Ttoylo U0 1SS C.hS
Marv A. Scaboldt 70 . 3,000 105.00
W. 6. Sharp IS 1,000 35.00
Henry Sadler 30 1.000 35. 00
A. II.' Smith 90 300 10 CO
And ln accordance with law and an or
der o the board of directors made on tho
9th day of April. 1004. so many shares of
each parcel of bucIi stock as may bo ne
cessary will bo sold at the office of tho
secretary, room S05 Dooly block, Salt Lake
Cltv. Utah, on tho 11th day of June. 1904,
at tho hour of 12 o'clock, noon, to pay tho
delinquent assessment thereon, together
with tho cost of advertl?Jnr and expenses
of oalc. WM. P. COLTON.
May 13. 1904. w27SS
, NOTICE TO WATER-USERS.
Stato Enclnoer'a Office, Salt Lako City,
May 12, 1904.
Notlco is hereby given that John Preeco
whose poatoffice address Is Farmlngton,
Davis county. Utah, has made applica
tion ln accordanco with tho requirements
of Chapter 1(0 of the Session Laws of
Utah, 1903. to appropriate two one-hun-dredths
(2-100ths) of a second-foot of the
water . flowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creok, ln Davis county,
to bo diverted by means of dams and
hcadsates at a point on snld creek about
10.5 chalnsi north and 14-1 chalnn cast from
the southwest corner of Section 18. Town
ship S north. Rango t east. Salt Lake
base and meridian, from where the water
will bo conducted through a. ditch for a
distance of about 214 feet and there be
used from April 1 to November 1 of each
year to irrigate about 1.5S acres of laud
In lot 9, block 15, Big Creek plat, In said
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must bo made In writing nnd filed in this
offico after thirty (30) days and before
sixty (60) days from the date heroof.
A. F. DOUHMUS.
I iTlrst publloatlon May. 12; lost Juno 11.
I A Bath' m I
8 the Sea . s
! !J "With a few handfuls of our
genuine sea salt ln the tub you
may have all of tho refreshing, mm
stimulating, ncrvc-quletlng of-
SpP feels of a bath ln the sea and yr
ffe without some of the inconvcnl- $p
enccs of ocean bathing.
If you take salt baths this X
KB summer you will feel better, mm
look better and will be better 3S,
MP able to stand the debilitating' cf-' fif
at fec-ts of hot weather. Flc- X
up pound bag. 10c.
I Druehl & Franken, S
m DRUGGISTS, $
(J9 Southeast Corner Main and W
,ffh Third South Streets, Salt jm
JJJ Lake City. jr
Slipper Sale at
$1.00 a Pair.
Up to $5.00 values
ALL THIS WEEK.
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OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS
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Jffi EPfc Tuoso suffering from weak
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H U gg of life should tnko Juven Pills.
Ono box will tell a story of
marvelous results. This medicine lias moro
rejuvonating, vltallsine forco thnn has over
been oll'ored. Sent post-paid In plain packaco
only on receipt of this adv. ana SI.
Made by its originators C. 1. Hood Co.. pro.
prlotor3 Hood's. Sarsaporilla. Lowell, itas?
S A HEALTHFUL S
AS DELICIOUS AS IT IS NU- 1
e TRITIOUS IS THE FAMOUS H
PETER'S SWISS MILK CHOC-
f OLATE, WHICH WE CARRY
'g IN TINS OF EVERY SIZE. I
C RANGING IN PRICE FROM 10 i
ft CENTS UP. A COMBINATION 3
OF THE PUREST CREAM AND I
! MILK WITH THE FINEST I
i CHOCOLATE, AND CONSE- I
EOT QI.TENTLY OF PARTICULAR 1
BENEFIT TO INFANTS. CON- 1
YALESCENTS AND INVA- 1
LIDS. IT IS PUT UP IN THE I
FORM , OF SARDINES, LADY I
B FINGERS. TABLETS' AND
CROQUETTES. CONVENIENT I
IN SIZE AND EASY IN PRICE. I
I Where the Cars I
1 Stop. I
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' Children's . I
MS Little rockers f' l
Hi J oak, ash, reed and I mm
1 J1 elm, some with cane . I
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(8 porniar.'intly cured, no mat- arv Cures quick and radical lnjl jflpfl
a ter how lone standing the Wff 20 to GO days, by my own Sfl
R dlcwase, ln from 6 to 20 days. PJL mous method. ,
'& Stricture M fl1 Varicocele WL
A cured In 15 days, without W W Completely and permanent- HI
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J tentlon from business. Jgg&ffl cesa, all dlsaprocablo sytnp-
IS W -:! n rr Upaknpcft iv ll toms ?oon disappear com- Mmmm
Wasting weKness AN Jj pletoly and forever; It la HI
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days, by my original, very ml IrLJmMn 'An absolute euro guaxajw-
n simple remedy (used cxclu- 7fmgRsA vmmntA teed. ''jHH
1 PrlVate D'seases MK Bwry vesWo of poison
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g out the uao of poisonous Y'V out aid of mercury or pot- ' i'HIH
u drugs. ash. '!HH
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H nothing that eclenco can dovlsc or skill perfect has been left undone to afford ' 'iil
j you a speedy, safe and permanent cure j 'llfl
fi WRlTB me In full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appear to I JiH
'f you, and receive by ruturn mall my honest and candid opinion of your case. 3 'JH
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ggrgjjfiM 'JBljtl!!MmBS MtWrtBWHW Hll
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! invoiced $36,000, I U
and is being sold by us WLm
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