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ST. CANDIDUS THE MARTYR
Opening o? the Solemii Triduum
in His Honor
DR. THOMSON AT UNITY
He Advocates arc Independent American
Catholic Church
«t Might Live Without art Infallible Pope.
Usefulness of Affliction Discussed
at Y. Wt C. A.
St. Vincent's Church was? the scene of a
limst Imposing celebration yesterday on
th" occasion of the commencement i>f the
Sojprnn Triduum, in honor of St. Candi
<lus, n martyr of the third century.
At H):30 o'clock yesterday morning,
amid the pealing ol bells, the magnificent
shrine, containing a waxen figure 61 the
martyr, iv which his remains arc en
closed, Was hnrne in sole in n procession
iron, the college Into the church. The
procession was headed by the girl* of the
Mrhih school, tastefully dressed in white
iv 1111 red Bushes and ivy cmwns inter
spersed with gold. The boys of the parish
School followed, also with red sashes, and
carry:,, palms. Succeeding these were
the sanctuary boys carrying lighted
tori-le--; then the magnificent golden
shrine with the martyr s remains, ami
finally the clergy chid in red vestments, ap
pfeprtate to the occasion. As the proces
sion entered the church the organ burst
forth and the choir chanted the sweet
hymn composed In honor of the martyr.
The shrine was placed on a gorgeous stand
in the chancel where it will remain dur
ing the Triduum. The procession was. fol
lowed by solemn high mass, sung hy the
Hey. A,* A. J. Myers, C, M.. assisted hy
the Rev. W. J, Worrell, C. M.. deacon,
J. .1. Behlerethi <'. M.. snbdeacon, George
le Siige. masterOi ceremonies, and Messrs.
V. Bonet, IL 8 tan nerd and B. McOuinnlS,
minor offleersii
The choir, under the leadership of Prof.
J. J, Wilde, rendered the mass beaut i
fatty. The sermon was delivered hy the
Key. 11. ti. Dockery. C, SI He had lor
his subject The Christian Martyr. He
showed that tbe testimony of the Chris
tian martyr in laying down his life for his
faith is aii evident and unmistakable mark
Of the divinity of the Catholic Church.
The church WAS decorated with red vel
vet and gold; trailing smilax covered the
ait ir and twined around the vases and
Ciitidelehra, the whole enhanced by the
hr Hiant glare of more than a hundred
lighted tapers. The shrine 011 a gorgeous
stand at the entrance of the sanctuary
wee the center of attraction, and was
surrounded by palms. Mowers ami lighted
tapers. It consists Of B waxen figure of
the saint executed hy an artist in Rome
and sent to this country some months
airo. it enclosea the remains of the mar
tyred < land Id us.
Aft r the solemn vespers tomorrow
•Tuning, the shrine will be carried in
solemn procession to the altar of the
Sacred Heart, under which the relics of
th' Saint will henceforth be preserved
a d e.\ m:m' 1 [or the veneration of the
faithful,
Key. c. Montgomery, D. !>.. was to
hay delivered the sermon yesterday but
being detained outside the olty by illness,
bfs place was supplied by Father Docker/.
Unity Church
A Sermon on The Relation,! of the Hu
man Catholic Church to Our Country was
preach 1 ycstehlay morning at Unity
Church by the pastor, J. s. Thomson,
us-ing for his text the words, "My king
dom i.s not of this world."—John L&I9U.
for years the Catholic church has
trained ber members to be loyal and seif
gscrtticing; and as a result Catholics are
bio re loyal and devoted to their church
than Protestants are to their churches.
Th s spirit, it properly directed, would be
a _i\tii I lector In this country's political
affairs. The Protestant is so individual
istic that he doei not love and tight lor
the organizations tie belongs to as the
Catholic <loes. Socialism, in all its forms,
will tind its strongest foe in the Catholic
church, which teaches with all Its power
'that every toiler has a right to dp as he
li!.rs with his honest earnings. We often
complain of the careless ways in which
people mar to unci are divorced in our age;
hut the Catholic Church lias fur many
eeiuuries Ut light that marriage is a sacra
ment, und that the sanctity of the
home ami nation must dene ml
Upon this most sacred union. Catholics
compelled the tyrant John to sign the
great charter. In Switzerland, France,
Ittily ami Mexico, ami in other so-called
Catholic countries, they have taught their
own priesthood to obey the laws of their
governments. They laid the foundations
of this state. The hard work in the
building of railroads, highways anil
houses was largely done by the in. Catho
lics and Catholic priests have taken part
in measures to purify our polities. They
honored themselves in sending repre
sentatives io the Parliament of Religions.
Catholic priests are noted tot paying their
honest debts. The Catholic Church, as a
rule, has utterly disregarded Christ's
statement, that His kingdom is not of
litis world, aud His uiiestion, "Who made
Me a judge or a divider among you?" All
inordinate love of political Influence and
ascendancy lias characterized that church
trom the beginning. It has been the aim
.of the Bishop of Home to be king of kings,
ami to shape political measures in favor of
the Church. He deposed monarch s and
gave nations to bis favorites. He
still bankers after lost political power.
Qui Constitution utterly refused to recog
nize any sect or any particular form ol
religion. So tbe spirit of the church is
opposed to the.spirit of tbe Constitution.
California has wisely ordered ail churches
ti 1 lIH taxed, and no grant should be given
to any sect for any purpose. The priest
hood, with many noble exceptions, op
poses the public schools, one of the great
est American institutions. This is an
■ unpardonable sin against the Republic.
The grammar schools are essential to
ttarery citizen, and all the children of the
Hepnblic should he sent to the same
-Schools, lo learn not only the essentials
of education, but to learn to know one an
other, and thus grow Up as friends and
Yellow citizens, ami not as bigots, hating
Vie another. Denominational religion
-flu be taught in fhe churches, hut the
fcciiools should he managed on civil serv
rioe principles, keeping out politics and
sectarianism, li the schools are good
enough for Protestant children, they are
<good enough for Catholic children; and,
if they are not good enough, then both
Protestants ami Catholics should Improve
dhem. The Catholic Church has
the reputation ol sheltering the Jes
uit-, while many priests hate them, and
many countries have banished them.
Protestant Churches are not free from the
srtiHt of Jesuitism; for, like Catholic
4 hurchcH, they believe the end justifies
the means, and they Use tricks, schemes
and lies in the name of Christ for their
oWU advancement. The Catholic Church
for its own sake should he utterly sincere
ami so act that its own noblest utterances
cannot be suspected of insincerity. The |
Catholic Church iuis been organized after
the plan of the Homan Empire, and it is
wetter suited to a monarchy than to a re
\Yiblic. The Donstitutlon id' this country
ftis suggested by and coined after the
wtgregational form of church govern
or. American Catholics should owe no
Aiience lo a foreign potentate of any
j/ml ; ami an independent American
Catholic Church could not be suspected of
allowing a foreigner to dictate to it about
ifgcjul and political mutters. The other
denominations have several officii] rela
tions with their brothers in Kurope, and
BUffer no damage thereby. Why should
not Catholics do the same? Catholicism
lived when it had no infallible Pope. It
could do so avail).
Scr\ lets at Pirst Christian Church
Evangel!sl H. \\ MeLane of Clrtcln
nate, Ohio, began a series of revival meet
ings at the Fir t Christian Church, cor
ner of Mope end (Cleventh streets, yester
day. The evangelist is a man in the
prime of life, with a good voice and a rap
id and fluent delivery, which at once
commanded the closest attention of the
Large congregation. The text was 11
Tim., 1:5.
'IM the work of an evangelist," said
the sneaker. "What a man does in the
world is the test of what a man is in the
world. It is not what we feel or what we
say we are, but it is what we do that de
termines our standing in the world and
before Odd, To he religious is to do re
ligiously, and to do religiously is to he
religious. God does not call Idlers to his
service. Moses was called from his flocks
on the mountain side; Gideon was culled
from the threshing floor, and EHshn from
his plow, to serve Qod and lead His
people.
'The keynote of Paul's life and of his
great work for Christ was enthusiasm,
which means, God in you. Could we
have gone into his prison al PhlHppt, or
al Rome, or could we have nod him after
his stoning at Lystra, or after his strug
gles with the wild Leasts at BpheSUS
or the mobs of Jerusalem, and asked
him to cease preaching the gospel of
Jesus Christ, ins answer would have
doubtless been: "Hut one thing I do,
Forgetting those things that are behind,
and reaching forth unto those that are be
fore, I press toward the mark of the prize
of the high calling of God in Jesus Christ. "
A graphic and touching picture was
drawn of the aged Paul in his Lamamtine
dungeon. As he writes to his son Timothy,
"Preach the word, endure afflictions, do
the work of an evangelist." Ami then
bent with age, his gray hair and heard
stained with prison damp, he is led out to
die for the cause of Christ. An earnest
plea to Christians to he up and doing the
work of the Master in winning the world
to Christ; and an appeal to sinners to
obey the call of Jesus closed the sermon
amidst almost breathless attention and
rapt Interest. The singing will be in
charge of Professor Co Iyer, an accomp
lished lender of sacred songs, and a most
Interesting scries of meetings is assured.
Key. MeLane has a ready fund of beauti
ful illustrations which he uses in such a
way that the sermons are made plain to
the simplest mind. Meetings are held
every night except Sunday.
Y. W. C. A.
The gospel meeting at 107 North Spring
street yesterday opened with a song serv
ice, Miss Lizzie Oliver as pianist and
Miss Fern West, violinist.
The meeting was conducted hy Mrs. O.
V. Rice of the First Congregational
Church,
Her subject was God in Everything,
Mrs. Rice spoke of the usefulness of the
afflictions ol our lives. No trial, however
hard and bitter it may seem to us in the
hour of its intensity, is without itri pur
pose, [f we accept it in the right spirit
good will come out of the pain. She said :
■Our affliction comes directly from God's
hand and we see a sweetness in it, ami it
must he for our good."
She also said that we most not allow
ourselves to think that Satan ever lias
supremacy over us—if God does not inter
pose His hand to shield us, we may take
it as a reproof from Him and learn'a les
son of good from it.
Mrs. Bice spoke in conclusion of the
necessity of earthly parents to govern
their children, sometimes with seeming
severity, hut only for their final good.
God's dealings with us are the same, and
as His children we must accept cheerfully
these trials, knowing that they are for our
Una! good.
Miss Morse spoke briefly, advising nil
to be of good cheer. Woes and sorrows
had been borne hy Christ, and must he hy
us if we would share in the pleasures of
the VtTOrld to come. Just so long as we
walk with Jesus we dwell in a secure
place. My Jesus I Love Thee and the
Christian Kndeavor benediction closed the
meeting.
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An informal meeting for the discussion
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IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 10, 1895.
Trains leave and are due to arrive at Log An
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Leave for LOB ANGELES. Arr. from
fi:oopm ... Chicago Limited... 9:35 a.m
7;oiia.in ..Overland Express , 0,30 p.m
8:15 n.m Son Diego Coast Line. 1 :I5 p.m
4:JO p.m gun Diego Const Line. G;45 p.m
7:00 a.m . ..San Bernardino.. .. a.m
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5:00 p m Pasadena 0:30 p.m
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9:00 a.m Via San Bernardino. 0:30 p.m
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a 8:00 pm a 4:06 p.m
A 4: , iop.m ". a 5:25n m
a 6:20 pin a 7:05 p.m
a 0 ::0 p.m a 8 :05 p.m
nll ;30 p. m b 12:15 a.m
c 9:3 I pm f 10:15 p m
Downey-avenue leaving time 7 minutes later.
Leave Los Angeles for Leave Altadena June-
Altadcna Junction. ( tion for Loa Angeles.
a 9:00 a.m Ato:loam
*10:30 am ... Al2:ooa.m
a 1:10 p.m A 2:40 p:m
a 4:66 p m ! a 5:00 p.m
All train*, start liom First-atreet depot.
Leave Los Angeles for Leave GlendalsTor Los
Olendale. • Angeleß.
b 0; to a m . b 7:2 a m
a 8:15 a.m.. ! A9:C7a.m
2:00 p.m a 2:45 p.m
A 5:25 p. m . |. ,* fl:!3 p.m.
Leave Los Angelea for Leave East San Pedro
Long Bench and East for
San Pedro. Los Angeles.
B 7:25 a.m
a 9:55 a.m ! c 7:50 a.m
0 1: <5 pin ! cl 2: Oam
b 5:15 p.m ' b 3:40 p.m
C I','OQ p.m 0 4-15 pm
Between hast San Pedro and Long Beach 10
minutes.
RUBIO CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN.
Trains leave Los AngeUs <lady at 9 a.m.,
10:8il a.m , 1 :40 p m. and 4 p.m.
Fine pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery.
the Wilmington Tiansportation steamers
connect for Avalon at East San Pedro with
train leaving Los Angeles 9:55 a.m. daily ex
cept Sunday, returning at 3:40 pin, except
Sunday. *
a Daily, it Daily except Sundays, c Sun
days only.
Stages meet the 8 a.m. and 12:25 p.m. trains
at Pasadena for Mt. Wilson on new trail.
Passengers Icuving Los Augelesou the 8 a.m.
train for Mt. Wilson can return same day.
Special rates to excursions and picnic partie \
Depots east end ot First street and Downey
avenue bridgt-s.
City ticket office Greenwald's cigar store,
corner Second and Spring streets.
General olllces, First-«ireet depot.
T. a BURNETT. General Manager.
W. WIN CUP, Gen. Passenger AgL
nt. Lowe Railway
FOR TIME TABLE SEE LOS ANGELES
TERMINAL RAILWAY.
JJACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
Goodall. Perkins & Co., General Agents, San
Francisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland.
Ore , Yictorla, B. C. and Puget Sound, Alaska
and alt ccast points.
SOUTH KB N ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR FEBRUARY, 1895.
LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO.
For—
Port Harford 8.8. Corona, Feb. 8 10, 24,
Santa Barbara , March 4.
Redondo
Port Los Angeles .. S.S. Santa Ros«, Feb. 4,12,
Newport 20, 2S, March 8.
San Diego.. _ _
For- S.S. coos Bay. Feb. 0, 14,
East San Pedro 22; March 2.
Han Pedro and way S.B. Eureka, Feb. 2, 10,18,
porta.... ; 20; March 0.
LEAVE PORT I.OS ANOELEB AND RKDONEO.
For— .-.8. Santa Rosa, Feb. ti, 14,
22; March 2.
San Diego S.S. Corona. Feb. 2,10, 18,
: 20; March 6.
For— H.M. Santa Rosa, Feb. 8,10,
Sau Francisco. 24; March 4.
Port Harford S.-. Corona, Feb. 4, 12, 20,
Santa Barbara.. 1 28; March 8.
LEAVE SAN PKI>HO ANH EAST HAN I'KDRO.
~Vot—"" jB.P. huieka, Feb. 5, IS, 21,
San Franclaco March ].
and 8.8. Coos Bay, Feb, 9, 17,
way ports | 25; March 5.
Cars to connect with steamers via San Pedro
leaves. P. K. R Arcade depot at 5 p.m. and
Terminal R. R. depot at 5,15 p m.
Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
depot at 10 a. m. or from Redondo railway de
pot at 9 a.m.
Cars to connect via Port Los Angeles leave S.
P. R. R depot at 1:10 pm. for steamers north
bound.
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office,
where berths may beseemed.
'Hie company reserves the right to change
the steamers or their days yf sailing,
M/t For passage or freight as above or for
tirkets to and from ail important points in
Europe, apply to W. PARRIB, Agent
Office No. 124 W. Second s reet, Los Angeles.
Redondo Railway
NO. 14— IN EFFECT 5 A. M. MONDAY,
JAN 14, 1805.
Loa Angeles Depot: Corner Grand avenue
and JefferMin street. Take Grand avenue cable
or Main street and Agricultural park horse cars.
Trains leave Trains leave
Los Angeles Redondo tor
for Redondo. Los Angeles.
9:05 a, m. daily. 7:30 a. m daily.
2:30 p. m. d..ily. 10:30 a in daily.
6:30 p. m. daily. 4:10 p. m. daily.
a 8:05 a. m. a 6:45 a. m.
ASaturdays and Sundays only.
7:30 train from Redondo in the morning
makes run up lv 45 minutes.
6:30 iraln from Los Angeles in the evening
makes run down in 40 minutes.
For rates on freight and passengers apply at
room 432 Bradbury building, corner Third and
Broadway ('Phone ISS4), oral depot, corner
Grand avenue and Jefferson st. ('Phone No. 1
West. ■ D. McFARLAND, President.
J. N. sutton, superintendent
jEBV-Jhi- time table id ; übl
HERALD for the convenience of [ti
and the traveling public.
Other ra'lroad companies pay for Ul
cation of their time tables.
The Southern I'acifle compel)? refott
for the publi<'atlon of its lime tal
HERALD because thin paper hi crll
corporation's policy oppo-inir I b
Pedro; its attitude toward i..
proposition; its attempt to oppres
the people of Pasadena, and it- tyi Ul
crimination against the Ltttereftf of I ■
of tiie San Joaquin vtillcy.
gOCTVKBN PACIFH COMPANY,
TIME TABLE DECEMBER SO, tfl '
Arcade Depot, Loa AngteJc
Leave for. DESTINATION,
Friday, \ "sunset Limited" - Sat
2:loam I...New Orleuns » S:J
(Sec foot note.)
Saturday, j i F, .
8 ;4o p.m ). . San i'rane [SCO |
£ ;i»0 p. m San I'run .V raCratn 1 to
7:45 p.rn San Fran & Sacrain'to
2:(io p.m OgdenA But, lid clas,
7 :4ft p. in Ogden »fc East, Ist class
7:45 p.m..Portland, Off. 7; *
8 :30 a.m . XI Paso and East .
8 :30 a.m...Doming nnd Bast,.. 7:OJ
8 :30 a.m liannimr V
Redlands atf: ■>■■■■■.
8:30 a.m Redlands a 10:141 h m
10:30 a.m Redimds
4:30 p.m Redlands 7
i Colton sii:a.m
8:30 -.m Col to it i 10:10 n m
10:30 a.rn Colton
4 '30 i' in Colton : 7:0 ' ii
Riverside. 59:20 >i.m
8 :*0 a. in Riverside a 10:10 a.m
10:30 a m Riverside 1
4:3 up.m Riverside. ... 7
San Bernardino. . s'.' :'-<» a in
8 :30 a. m . .San Bernardino tli>:l I
10:30 a. m Bernardino... 1
4:30 p.m . . Ban Bernardino.... 7
j China a 8 :•}.*> .i.m
8:30 a.m 1 Chino. | s0:2O a. m
4:30a.m .Chino. a. 10:10 ...hi
a 5 :25 p.m Chino 4
* :50 a.m Monrovia 8:20 a.m
a 2:15 p.m Monrovia \ 1
5:15 p.m Monrovia 4:20 p.m
7:30a.m ...Santa Barbara. . t
2:00 p.m Bant* Barbara. . H
0:40 a. in Santa Ana & Anaheim H:4
a 1 :5 sp. m Han ta Ana .v. An ah to in Al :0U p.m
5 :10 p.m Santa Ana .v. Anaheim 4:20 p.m
s:<op.m Tustin i S-u a»m
0:40 a.m Whittier
aI :5a p.m Whittier. Alt
5 :10 p.m .Whlitler i:
9 :25 a.m Long B'h & San Pedro
12 :55 pm l ong BTi & San Pedro 11:54 r m
5 :03 p.m Long B'h A San Pedro 4 !
9:30 a.m Santa Monica 8:00 a tv
1:10 p.m Santa Monica. .
5:15 p.m.. .Santa Monica. 1 -
6:00 p.m .Santa Monica ! 4;50 pre
9:30 a.m . Soldiers' Home 8:
0:00 p. m ~. Soldiers' H0m0....
9:30 a.mr Port Los Angeles i 12:12 p.m
} and > ; 4:58 p.m
1:10 p.m (North B'ch Station)
| ( Chatsworth Park 1
a8;30 a.m I Trains start from!
] Rfver station iSan f
| I Fernando st) only. J
aSundays only. ASundavs excepted. All other
other trains daily.
CATALINA ISLAND.
Connecting with W. T. Co.'s steamers at Ban
Pedro.
Xeave. Arpade Depot. i ArrlvO.
Daily, except
12:55 p.m .Sundays 11
"Sunset Limited"—East bound, arrl
departs River Station only. West boui
rives and departs Arcade depot. Pae i
can board vestibule sleepers of Sunset I
at Arcade depot Thursday evenings, 8 a
o'clock midnight. Tickets can there t>
and baggage checked until midnight;
midnight at River station.
All of the seaside aud local inter;
stop at the new station, corner of Fl
Alameda streets.
The train arriving from Santa Monica
m. stops only at The Palms and Culvers!
tween Santa Monica and Arcade depot,
General passenger office. 144 s. Bprl v
Cdiie Gene* Transn"
FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE.
CIOMPANY'S PIER (NEW) NO. 42
J river, foot of Morton st., New STork.
Travelers by this line avoid both tri
English railway and the discomfort (
ing the channel in a small bout.
La Normandle, February 23.
La Champagne. March 2.
La Gascogne, March 9.
La Bourgogne, Marcli 10.
La Normandie, March 23.
La Champagne, March 30.
New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via
first-class #160, second-class BITS.
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET. Agent
No. 2 Bowling Green, Nev, Yot ...
J. F. FUGAZI & CO., agents, 5 Montgi
aye., San Francisco. Branch office,
gomery st. Tickets are for sale by nil n
and stearbship offices.
DR. wong HIM, who has practice
cine in Los Angeles for 20 ye ' !
whose office is at 030 Upper Main stri
treat by medicine all diseases of worn
and children. The doctor i 1 alms thai
remedies that are superior to all othc
specific for troubles of women and
trial alone will convince the sick I
Wong Him's remedies are more effioai
can be prescribed Dr, Wong Him is
physician of prominence and n gentle
responsibility. 11 Is reputation is m
well established, and al I person
services can rely on his skill and abl
cure is guaranteed in every esse
covery is possible. Herb medicines foi
DR. WONG Hls^
HERB DOCTOR,
639 Upper Main Street, Los A
P. O BOX 227, STATION C.
Los Ano El. km, Cai*. June 17, 1 -:): >
To the PUBLIC: I have been guile rh
piles and kidney trouble for over fi
and nave tried several remedies, bul v
to relieve me. A short time since I I
Wong Him, 039 Upper Main street,
now well and strong and oonaider bin}
class doctor. Yours truly,
W. 11. Hll.i YKK,
235 s. Hill st, Los Angeloa, < a,
Los Anoei.b*, June 0, 181
To the Public: For over live yoai
been troubled with nervous sick headai
liver complaint. I didn't seem to find a
from the many doctors «nd medicine
tried until I tried Dr. Wong Him. U
Main street. lam now well. Yours triil'
MISS M. G. BROOI
4S Hintou aye., Los \:-. .
TO THE PUBLIC:
Los ANOEI.KK, Cal., July 21. 1894,
DH. WONG HIM, 030 Upper Main st.
Deak BIB; I take pleasure In adding
timony to the many youalr<ady havi
I will say thai after taking your tri a
catarrh of the head and throat, thai
well, and ask you to re er to me an
that may feel skeptical and I will sal
as to the etlicaey of your treatment iurs
truly, P. li X
Attorney and Notary Pi
Garvausa, cai
S. R. COOPER &
Baakers and Brokers.
114! i S. Main st. Telephone l itis.
Chicago Grain
New York Stocks
S. F. Wheat and Bai
Bought, sold .11(1 carried on margin
circular and little books on specula
HOW TO MAKE MONEY, mailed free.
SANTA FE SPRINGS
Medical and Suroicat m
Twelve miles from Los Angeles, via i 1
railway. The place for the weary ton
tbe sick to get well Hot and cold .
baths at popular prices. Correspondent o
tted. y-2.» jui
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