N MEN'S AND
t BOYS' WEARABLES
i At Our New Store
i ken's 25c Sen, doz. $1.25
Men s $3.00 Hats $1.66
Men's 51.75 Shirts $120
Boys' and Men's Suits at ii
Everything very much cheaper
at our Closing Out Sale.
320 25th St.
THIS CITY IS TO
BE A CHICKEN
L Evidently ihere 1b a cecided "back
to the chicken" farm movement go
log on In Ogden. according to the re
ports from rea! estate men and poul
ijtry Buppllee dealers. The real es
lute men state that they hae received
more calls and letters from men de
siring to enter the chicken business
than ever before and the eupplv deal
'! Ion report that the sale of chicken
toed and other supplies this spring
Ms exceedingly brisk A large major
j lty of those who are buying supplies
I fare students In thp different schools
According to dealers In real estate
(there 1b usually in the spring a de
I Band for small places situation out
I Ef town, as the "back to the farm'
" Movement strikes many in the spring.
pat they state that this season the de
1 nand Is for places of a few acres
i rhere chickens can be profitably
J I At the time of the Ogden poultry
I Mow the statement That Ogden could
become noted over tie United States
pa a chicken raising coromunlu by
1 nhe aid of a little boosting was made.
I and ihat prediction is beginning to be
fulfilled Thai those vho intend to
I enter the chicken buslncos Intend to
Bo Bo with up to date methods Is
iBtedlcated by the statement of I
-dealer In incubators, who stated that
Wthe majority of prospective purchasers
jBffto entered his store desired one ov
anicre incubators for their ch
Efcrms and their knowledge of the sev
r?J sty 1 r incubators v. as bhown
By the questions asked
I PQUAKE LASTING
AN HOUR RECORDED
Honolulu. March 18. A heavy
I fcarthquake shock lasting more than
I hs hour was recorded late last night
I my the observatory seismograph at
I vo'cano or Kilauea. It Is esti-
Q tinated that the center of the disturb
ance was 2500 miles away.
; WaRh it away with that rfmpl?
oothine Mo.iM. tho E.D.Z). PtccctI
I ties for Eczema. Thru ecnetar.t toaw
Itch vanishes with the firat few
i drops, a 50c bottle prover a to you
Test this simple oire. Wc offer yotl
t full size DOttJe. You aro to decide
1 If it Is wcrtli tbc price If not, pay
It OothiziG. '
It Culley Drug Co.
ft GOLD FILLED
A The Ir.iest -.tyles in Waltham,
J Elgin and Hamilton time pieces
H at le.-s than what others pay
T fcr them.
UNCLE SAM LOAN
ft 278 25th St.
The Newport Gafe
JIM. WONG-WE. "Managers.
H 218 TWENTY-FIFTH STREET.
Ocen Pay ar.d Night.
Everything Sanitary. Fresh Meats
Z Special L inner . . 25c
, ! Lunch (rem 11 a m t p. m.
Dinner frorr 4 p, nr. t 8 p. it..
f - TOM HOY Mgr. 284 ?5th SL
f or Editorial, e and Society
Otpartment. Call .)nly Phono No
For Subscription and Advertising
Department. Call Phone No. 56
Opening Display of Spring Millinery
March 17 and 18. We cordially In
! vile your Inspection. W. L Spur
, geon Millinery Co. 2372 Washington
Maccabees The degree team of
i the- Ogden iod? ol Maccabees will
Pay an official visit to the Salt Lake
lodge Thursday, taking the Bambcr
j gcr train at 6 o'clock. The Salt Lake
lodge Is making preparations to give
j the visitors a royal welcome.
Rose Bushes for sale 25c- and ".:,
each 2." varieties Phone 1225 2SG1
j Pingree Job Plngree. Jr.
Manson In Town Superintendent
E. C. .Manson of the Oregon Short
Line was up from Salt Lake this
norning on a general trip of inspec
tion. He was pleased with condi
tiens as he found them and tatd
that the Oregon Short Line road is
In excellent shape
Special Hot X Buns Mils week Or
dor from your dealer. 20( a do?. The
Purse Lost Mrfl William Llo 6
has reported the loss of a black aiin
puree containing $20 and some car
tickets. According to the information
received hy the police, the purse waa
lost lrtwecn Twenty-fifth street and
the city hall.
PAUL W. STECHER Watchmaker &j
Kngraver. 2478 Wash. Ave Upstairs.-.
Municipal Court imp suit ha - boon
filed In the municipal court, Pr Karl
Junes vs H. L. Madson suit.
The Klrkendall Undertaking Co.
Masonic Temple Phone 150
Salt Lake Player Prank Huelfi
man. the heavy batter of the Union
association and better known as
"Hippo" has been signed by Manager
fohjl McCloskcy of Salt Lake Huels.
man batted second in the associalon
lr.pt pear and had ihe reputation of
being or.e of the hardest hitter plav. i
Ing organized baseball
P A G The yellow hutior in the1
yellow carton, labeled "Cloterleaf."
Phono your grocer lor a pound today
Flag6 Flying The working force i
constructing the gas tank for the j
I'tnh Light and Power company had
Hying from the top of the derrick pole
ai the work an American flag and
; beneath it the green flag oT Ireland.
Th flacs were unfurled at such a
heights that they could be seen from
.almost all parts of the city.
Old ra-ei3 for sale at this offlce;
25c per hundred.
Colonists The 'irst special colonist
train arrived over the Cnlon Pacific
and departed oer the Southern Pa-
! cific for California yesterday The
train consisted of five cars. A num-
i ber left the Union Pacific at Green
River and wont to the northwest over
the Short Line.
For plain sewing nicely done nd-
I dreBS 2521 Orchard avenue
Wyoming Visitor C B Warren, Sr
ci' Rock Springs. Wyo , came to Og
den toda. for a visit with his son
C. E. Warren in the Union Pacific
city ticket office.
Kodak finishing Tripp studio
No Informat on William Darke,
traveling freight agent, and Walter
I Handin, traveling passoncM- -ent,
,lor the Burlington route were in Og
den today on official business Mr.
Darke stated that no Information con
cerning the extension of the railroa i
to Ogd.cn through Ogden canon has
been given out by the heads of the
Cal. 421 for the news, editorial anf'
society departments of the Standard
Arrests Thomas J. Coulev. who
jtays he is a machinist was arrested
by Patrolman Marlln at the depot
tiiis morning on the charge of drunk
enness. Conley had J1S.C1 lu change
scattered through his clothes when
he was searchej at the station. S.
Little, a carpenter. was arrested
shortly alter midnight by Sergeant
Monlman and the arrest was the first
one in twelve hours. St. Patrick's
day was conspicuous by the absence
of any disturbances.
Gene to California G L Be I
left this afternoon over the Salt lakc
route- for Los Angeles.
Ex.occted Home F"red J Kiesel is
exported back from Sacramento where
ho went to consult with his son re
?ardiug his proposed building at
Twenty fourth street and Hudson a
onue. and it i6 thought that Instruc
tion to begin on the foundation will
be given upon his return. ExoaaTors
I are still at work getting the site
J. B. Hinkley has boon placed un-
dor arrest for the alleged forgery f
the name of S. C Monigomery of
! North Ogden to check for $20
it has been only a short tlmei since
Hinkley was released from the coun
I ty Jail for issuing bad checks For
the former offence he was sentenced
to the county Jail and the count v
! allowed him a dollar a day for serv
ices rendered and the money was sent
to his family for its support.
Mary T. Goldman a
Gray Hair Restorer
vill bring back the oriai-
Bcttf VVt (Jn hanJ ' all Jeitlen;
ViSOBm "V LIV- (r,n. expTcn prepaid.
V 5 huit. on receipt ot$l 00. Pree
trU! bottle und comb seat for five 2c stamps to
' cover pontoee ud'1 picking. Be sure and tell me.
IS rial color ol your hair.
I Mary T. Goldmaa, Goldmjn Bld(. , St. Paoi, Mil.
I THE MOVING
I Ogden U to receive publicity
' throughout the country h 1000 feet
l of moving pictures taken of the CltJ
aiifj its vicinity. The directors ol
Chi ogden Publicity bureau passed
resolutions today authorizing me
same A. J. Fairbalrn. representing
the Sowers Motion Picture service of
Deurer, .uid his company will have
men in Ogden during the lattoi part
oi Ifaj to take the pictures In tho
meantime, the bureau will prepare a
j scenario, with a list of features to be
introduced into the film
.'. special meeting was arrange,! by
O .1 Stllwell to take place at the IsIs
theater today at 11: SO o'clock ati
I which members of the Publicity bu-j
reau directorate, the Weber club and
others were prevent
. sample film, taken in Sherman.
Tutas. was blown upon the screen
and was accompanied by suggestions
from the film companj representa
tive i the i-onclusion of the exhibition,'
all present agreed that, if the little,
city of Sherman could furnish so
n ich material in a film loon feet I
Ions, i ci n would he a poor town If
a reel of much higher class could not
bo produced hero .
The scenes and industries of Sher
man are unfolded h means of the
simple expedient of having the film i
tell the story of a party of young la- i
dies on a visit the city They arc
accompanied over tho city to the
schools, churches and manufacturing'
establishment- and inierosi to the
pictures Is secured by means of their
The scenes displayed proed ex
ceedingly interesting to the audience j
and it was pointed out that, if Sher
man with no bneWground of moun
tains or no foliage to speak of. can
ptoduce such an interesting film. Og- I
fln with its canon. farms and build-,
Ings should make a far more attrac- !
The high schnnl might l.o cicn
prominence by reproducing n drill of
the cadets and there ar" other scenes
fhpt couLi be enlivened in much the
same manner, and it has !een sug
gested that tho pictures be taken dur
Ing the spnnc carnival when a novel
prndo ma be pictured to add in
That the physicians do not report
all diseases that should come to the I
attention of the health inspector and
consequently are guilty of misde
meanors is the declaration of Sani- j
tar Inspector George Shorten. He
slated today that, while there is a
statute requiring physicians to report I
all cases of venereal disease to the
health Inspector, not one of the local
physicians observes that law. Many
jalso neglect to report cases of typhoid
meningitis and pneumonia.
'Sanitary conditions in manv re
spects could be bettered If the phys
liclans would report such dis
! eases," said Mr. Shorten today "Tn
many instances where typhoid oc
curs there are conditions to be reme
died and the health of the community
lean be better protected when such
reports are made. '
Referring to the statute that re
quires physicians and hospitals to
, report cases of venereal diseases, he
saic that no such reports are nox
made and that often, persons suffer
ing of such diseases are engaged in
Occupations that endanger the health
Of others Ho stated that men thus
I suffering have been found working
j in restaurants and that many had
been cmp'oed for some time before
thtii condition had become known.
Each physician is furnished with
blanks to report such eases and the
I physician is required tc g:v? all in
formation concerning the disease but
' the name of the patient is not re
: quired. The blanks also urge the
physician to explain the contagious
principles of venereal disease and the
Qeceasarv precautions to be observed
According to Inspector Shorten,
'there does not appear to be any rea
json to be alarmed in Ogden over the
number of cases of infantile paralysis
'or spinal meningitis that have been
' rc ported elsewhere
The meas'e"! situation does not
! abate to any extent There are sixt -four
homes in the city under quaran
tine, though many homes are released
Five families are under quarantine
I with smallpox and twelve cases of
chickenpov are reported
There does not appear to be any
district of the city where the measles
situation is better than few weeks
ago From the addresses on the
books, the cases are scattered over
the entire city.
ST. PATRICK S DAY PARTY.
The home of Mr and Mrs. Albert
Davis was the scene of a pretty St.
Patrick's day party last evening Sml
lax adorned the rooms and potted
plants were effectively arranged
Cards and music were the principal
features of the evening's entertain
ment. First prizes wore awarded o
Mrs C. E Warren and Mr Irvine 1'
Arnold Following Hie rendition of
. i a 1 rnuHiral numbers, a most
temptingly prepared luncheon was
served in the dining room, covers be
ing laid for twenty-six guests. Deeo
rations In the dining room were car
ried out in accordance with Ihe color
scheme of green, appropriate to St.
Patrick's day Place cards adorning
the- long table were of tiny Kren
pipes Napkins in the shape of sht
rocks were novel
Following are the names of the
pueflts bidden Messrs and Meedams
C. L. Warren. Charles Oldermall. Fred
Cross. R H Carter Irving P Arnold
Carl Rasmusson. Carl Allison, S SV.
Kershaw. R L Harlin. Ri'plej
Johnson. W. Manning and V Parker
(Cont nued From Pag Two.)
A team of Ogden bowlers defeated !
the Salt Lake team last nlgiu by th
score of 2208 to J"!'2. The tabulated
Camp 15 158 180 -in
Miller 132 15G 150 438
Oyaln 139 19C 187 - 522
U'afkins 13U 126 159 4"i
Wing 122 135 127 38S
Totals C34 771 803 2203
Disher 145 133 146 421
Fulerton 134 131 120 - :::i
Qulnn 118 146 IlJ
Meyers 16:5 147 $2 4,:
Henagcr 171 in ion- 47s
Totals 734 701 C57 2092 j
WILL BRING CLUB
BACK INTO FOLD
New York. Mar 18 William I
Schimpf, chairman of the contest
board of the American Automobile as
sociation, s on his way west today
to take up the affairs of the Western
Automobile association, an organi;:i
tlon on the Pacific coast formed In
opposition to the rules of the A. A. A.
He will try to bring the clnh "back
Into the fold." Mr. Schlmpfs trip
will lake six weeks and will Include
it its to Chicago. Denrer, San Diego.
Los ngelcs San Francisco. Tacoms
unci Seattle in the Interests of har
mony in the A A. A."
There is a delay in the sanction of'
the arrancements for ho'ding the
Vauderbilt cup races at Savannah on
November 22 because the entry
blanks do not come up to A. A. A re.
fiiiirements. The congest hoard is
alo determined to see that the pri;:e
money for the VandeihUt races Is j
provided before sanction of the race
is ghen The hoard is sMIl suffering
embarrassment because the prizes of
the Vanderbilt races at Milwaukee
last year have not all been paid.
TO BE LEGALIZED
HarriBburg, PS March 18 Ten
round boxing bouts under tbe super
vision of a state athletic board will
be legalized in this state if a bill in
troduced in 'he house of representa
tives here last night becomes a law
The bill provides for a commission
of five members to be appointed by
the governor. They would have ex
clusive control over all boxing and
sparring matches. No boxing or spar
ring match or exhibition could be more
than ten rounds in length and con
testants would have to wear gloves
at least eight ounces in weight.
Each club authorized to give spar
ring matches would hnve to be li
censed by the commission and file a
bond with the auditor general.
For fake boxing a boxer Is disqual
ified from boxing for six months. A
second offense means disqualification
for all time in the state.
PLAY POLO DENIED
New York, March 18 The request
of the Illinois Athletic club for per
mission to play water polo with the
Princeton university team under the
intercollegiate rules is denied in a
ruling which is being forwarded to
day with notice that if the Chicago
organization plays water polo under
an other rules than those agreed up
on at the last annual session of the
A A U. the members would disqual
ify themselves The intercollegiate
rules are similar in many respects to
those which the A. A U recentlv
WOLGAST TO QUIT
RING IF HE LOSES
San Francisco. Mar 18 If Ad Wol
gasi. former lightweight champion.
loses his fight with Tommy Murphy
I next month, he will quit the ring fori
good Tom Jones. Wolgast's manager,
made this assertion In talking over j
plans for the fight prior to Wolgast's (
departure today for his camp at Hor- I
HONORS EVEN IN
New Orleans, March 17 Young
i Denny, the New Orleans welterweight,
and Phil Cross of New York, brother
o: Leach Cross, fought 10 rounds here
, tonight. There was no decision. Hon
ors apparently were about even.
, The recapitulation of the city audi
tor's report for February shows the
receipts and disbursements to have
been as follows:
Public affairs and finance ,..$1,178 :
Waterworks 5.349 33
Public safety 331
Streets and improvements .. 439 50
Public affairs and finnnc e . .$ 6,023 58
Tublic safety .. 5,177.70
Streets and improvement?; . 3,682.04
Cash on hand February 28. $6.08.
LOW PRICES IN MARKET
New York, Mar. 18. There was
'further liquidation of industrial
shares on the stock market today,
owing to discrimination egalnsi then
iu loans and to poor earnings of some
'of them. Dow record prices were
Jfe wear good clothes M
VlTS. not that good clothes make a ; I
ClOtheS ' gentleman, but a gentlem;j.n I
i- pneo th,. w,,ri,ov cannot feel at ease in com-
tT3SE03EEOOBSmE& monPlace garments. I
fJJXI You can spend a good I
wm deal of money on your IBm I
tjft clothes if you :o ahead without consideration I
jZj of price. On the other hand, you can be stylish Y I
EE and tastily dressed at a very reasonable figure. I
Accept our judgment of values and wear I
IjE Styleplus Clothes $17. j!
Yu et e satisfaction that only well-tailored,
correct-fashioned clothes can give. You i "
wtf&a will like the fabrics they are choice sc- JSjja fS5' I
lections of all-wool patterns. You. will '
vgffii find that this special suit made by the
Bjj largest men's tailoring organization in the ffifffi?y ? ; Lfi '
KZj world is firmly constructed inside and out ) I
Jtfm yUT cltnes will wear and hold their iplPpO ! y, 1
Wu All the newest spring effects in every itfmm&wft
EE style to please dashing young men or rL-AS '
Wjfal conservative men of older years. Come $&$bw Y
&'Mt$ in and see it's worth your while, $Js7 PfewSlR I
'made in some Instances and there
'was little indication of Support Im- I
; portant stocks, after some hesitation,
responded to short covering, due to J
the belief that the list was thorough- j
ly liquidated. Bear traders were Im
pressed by the Stability of the lead
ers In the face of renewed selling of
minor stocks. Bonis were Irregular
New York Stock List
Amalgamated Copper 68 1-2
American Beet Sugar 26 1-2
American Cotton Oil 43
American Smelting & Refng... 68
American Sugar Refng bid .. Ill
American Tel & Tel 132 3-4
Anaconda Mining Co 36 1-S
Atchison 101 1-8
Atlantic Coast Lino 123
Baltimore & Ohio 100 1-'-
Brookln Rapid Transit 87 1?
Canadian Pacific 223
Chesapeake & Ohic 71 1-2
rhirago & Northw, bbid 133
Chicago, Mil & St Paul ins .v
Colorado Fuel & Iron 32 5-
Colorado & Southern 26 1-2
Delaware fr Hudson, bid 15S
Dcner ft Rio Grande 19
Erie 26 8-8
General Electric 137
Great Xortbcrn pfd 125 7-8
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 34
Illinois Central, bid 121
Interborough Met 17 1-3
Dralorrxrl F.f4 i
Iuter Harvester, bid 104 1-2
Louisville & Nashville 133
Missouri Pacific 36 5-8
Mo Kansas A Texas 24 1-2
Lehigh Valley 154
National Lead 47 1-2
New York Central 105 3-8
Norfolk & Western 104 12
Northern Pacific 114 3-4
Pennsylvania 118 1-S
People s Gas 109 3-4
Pullman Palace Car. bid ... 157
Rock Island Co 21
Preferred 35 1-2
Southern Pacific 98 3 8
Southern Railway 25
Union Pacific 146 3 1
I nued States Steel 59 3-8
Preferred 107 1-2
Wabash, bid 3 5-S
Western Union 67
New York Exchange.
New York. March 18 Prime mer
cantile paper. 5 3-4 6 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady with actu
al business in bankers' bills at 4 8275
for 60 day bills and 4.8720 for de
mand Commercial bills. 4.82 1-2
Bar silver, 56 7-8.
Government bonds steady.
Railroad bonds irregular.
Monev on call firm. 3 1-24 ::-4 p-r
cent; rilling rate. 4 3-4. closing bid.
4, offered at 4 1-4.
Time loans easier; 60 and days,
5 3-4 6 per cent; six months, 5 1-2
Cmcago Market Review
Chicago. March 18 -Buying of
wheat bv a leading long sent the mar
ket up todav The upturn was excit
ed bv buving of flour in large lots.
Opening prices were SolrVV
higher Mav started at SS 3-8l-2. a
gain of 1-8l-4. and advanced to
88 5 87 3-4.
M u corn opened unchanged to l i
higher at 51 3-47-S and went to
52 1-4 ff 3-8.
May" outs began at 82 L-43-8, a
shade to 1-8 1-4 up, and advanced to
A lighter run o( hogs sent prov.
sions higher The opening was un
changed to 7 l-2tflf dearer with these
prices for May. Pork. 20.77 1-2: lard.
10 70 to 10.72 1-2: ribs. 10.82 1-2.
Speculative buying today made lbs
highest hog market of the year. Fall
ing off In receipts helped the market
upward, though the big packers were
not active bidders A lop price of
$9 30 was expected early and was
realized. .. . ,
( attic trade was steady on a light
supply Buers held off ?omewhat
at lower prices were expected tomorrow-
. . ,
Lambs were slow on lack of orders.
but hheep were fairly steady at the
closing prices of last nifchu
We have the biggest stock and the lar- I
gest assortment of Fancy Cheese in Ogden. I
! RICHELIEU, AGNEW, HOLLAND, E
EDAM, MacLAREN'S IMPORTED, ELK- i
HORN BRIE, CREAM CAMEMBERT,
NEUFCHATEL AND OTHERS.
n ipjpppi, ,, iisaajajiiMiM mi m
Increase in the world's visible sup
plv sent wheat off slightly but the de
pression was temporary. The close
was firm at Ss 3-4Ti7-s for May, l-2vi
5-8 above last night
Light receipts tended to keep the
market fairlv steady The close v.-as
firm. 3-8(01-2 net higher for May at
Chicago, March IS Hogs Receipts
12,000; strong to 5c higher, bulk. 8.9c.
9.16; light 8 95(&9.30; mixed, 8.8iij
9.20; heavy, 8.65 9.12 12; rough, 8.55'
w 8 70; pigs. 7.109.1i.
Cattle Receipts. 3,500; market
steady: beeves. 7.259.15. Texas steers
6.507.65; western steers. 6.8fi 8.15 ; i
6tockers and feeders, 6.15(5 8.20; cows
and heifers, 6.508.10; calves. 10.50ft
Sheep Receipts, 7.500. market
slow, natives. 6. 157.00; western 6 20
5 7.00; yearlings. 7.208.26; lambs,
native, 7i858.80; western. 7.858.S0.
Omaha. Neb.. March 18 Cattle
Receipts. 4,700, market 6teady; native
steers. 7.73ff8.76: cows and heifers.
.508.15; western steers, 6.768.30;
Texas steers. 6.007.75; cows and
heifers, 5.007.25; calves. 8.259.25.
Hogs Receipts. 10.500; market
higher; heavy. 8.808-T5; light. 8.70tf
s su pips. 7.5" fi 8.25; bulk of sales.
Sh.-ep Receipts. 3.000: market
si. . xearlings. 7.0tf 7.r- aethers
6 006.60. lambs. 8.008.85.
Boston. March 18 Domestic wool
continues to move slowly toward the!
mills. Values are firmer, but prin
cipally through the unwillingness of
holders to accept low bids.
Shearing is active in tbe west, but
growers are reported to be holding
for high prices and bidding has been
Some old territory fine staple
changed hands recently at 60 cents,
clean. Fair trading is reported in j
, ; :
Don't Take It I
For Granted I
Ths I just because you are in busi
ness everybody is aware of the
fact Your goods may be the fin
est in the market, but they will re
main on your shelves unless the
people are told about them.
If you want to move your merchan
diss Reach the buyers in their
homes through the columns of this
paper and on every dollar expend
ed you will reap a handsome dividend.
Texas and California stock, mut near
by fleeces are dull Demand for pull
ed woo) Is very light.
New York. March IS Copper 1 H
Firm; spot to June, 14 00914.75; elec- .
trolytlc, 15.0015.12, lake. 15 25 Tr
15.37: castings 14 75 to 14 87.
Tin Firm, spot to March. 46.00
4i..25; April, 45 87 46.25; May. 45 75
"'(46 00 I H
Lead Steady; 44.3044 50. j H
Antimony Dull; Cooksons, 9.25 H
Iron Steady: unchanged. i H
St Louis. March IS Wool Steady. rl
territory and western mediums, 21 a '
25; fine mediums. 1820; fine. 13 l
New York. Mar. IS Raw sugar ! H
firm; muscondo, .89 test. $3.0S; cen- H
trifuga!, 96 test. ?3.58; molasses. .S9 il
test, $2.83. refined, steady .M
mini UN-I Ilss1iiiiiii
This Week's Specials at the National
are the greatest bargains to be found in all ncv spring merchandise.
Ladles' Suits, $23 50 values $15 00 I
Ladles" Coats. $20 00 values $12.9o fc,
Ladies' Dresses, $20 CO values j
as Good ac Sj
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