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   Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Waterloo, Iowa                              priw in Waterloo of thii of the Courier Is THREE CENTS are all supplied with change and buyers are asked to Insist upon paying only the advertised price AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER WKATHER Jan tonight jirnrwbat colder in extreme east por Uon Jncreauilnig cloudiness becoming unruled by nlyht ConricT ZitabUahcd 1858 Mcportor 1888 ASSOCIATED PKESS WJKE W A T 15 RL 0 0 1 0 W A T V K S J A V 1 A N I AI V 1 1 2 0 T K L V K J A I K S TRICK XOMJK MOOW tjtmmx Oi new PEICE M SUBJECT OF EHTEIipUIICIL Committee of Ambassadors to Complete Presentation of Treaty Is Considered BUFORDS SOVIET CARGO THOUGHT BOUND FOR LIBAU By the Associated Tress Kiel Sunday Jan ulti mate destination of the American army transport Buford the soviet ark which was compelled to lay up here for boiler repairs is be lieved to be Libau Latvia on the I Baltic sea 143 miles southwest Riga The 249 undesirable aliens de ported from the United States aboard the Buford were confined below deck while the ships boilers were undergoing repairs Even the j Bufords crew was prohibited from contact withthe involuntary pas sengers NEW ORGANIZATION NEED SeiSan men who at As ENVOYS LEAVE tempted to the Buford were Premiers Expected to Approve Plan for Body to Handle Work Left by Allies iBy the Associated Press j Paris Jan consid eration was given hy the supreme council this morning to a plan for the appointment of a committee of amhassadors to complete the de tails for the presentation and sign lint of the Hungarian peace treaty and to carry thru the other unfin ished business of the peace confer ence The decision however was left to the heads of tne govern imerts of the principal powers The necessity for the return home of the Italian and British members of the council was advanc ed as the reason why another or ganization should be created It isthought that the premiers now taking part in the conferences here Lloyd George and approve of the idea 01 creating the committee of ambassa dors as many questions likely to come up in future in connection with the execution of the various peace treaties will be diplomatic j questions as well as peace probj i Cjoal FJirnishhia Deal AltcreO The council today made a slight modification in the draft of the treaty dealing with the furnishing of coal by Hungary to Poland and CzechoSlovakia rnei document now is considered finally shaped and already is in theymnt ers hands The council decided that pubhcal jtion of all acts of the peace confer ence be made in French by the French government and in English compelled to get permits from the German naval authorities First Sizable Conferences of Party in 1920 Campaign to Be Held in Des Moines fL i i HES URGING THAT TREATY QUESTION BE OUT OF WAY Wants Senators to Confer and 3 MEXICANSIN NET AS SLAYERS Agree So passageMay Be OF2 AMERICANS Assured at Next Vote 13 Villistas Die When Men Take Them Agua 1rieta Sonora Mexico Jan reaching hero this morning thru military channels stated that 13 members of a roam Ing Villa band were executed by Gen Kdaurdo Gonzalos troops of Ures on Sunday night The leader of the baudJuan Rodriques was an officer In the Vil la army at the time Francisco Vil la was commanding his army in an attack on this town in November 1914 Since that time ihe has been operating with a small band in both this state and Chihuahua Rodri ques was among those executed flPTER 32 YEftRS Personal Affairs and Family to Get Attention Retains Desk Room CASE TO GOVERN N J WEEK TILL WET TAKES SEAT By the Associated Press Mexico City Monday Jan Three persons alleged to be the as sassins of Earl Boles and F J Roney American oil men killed near Fort Lobes early this month have been arrested according to a report received here from Col Car los SOrozco chief of operations in this Tampico district Col Orozco declares that others implicated in the tragedy have Taeen located and apprehended shortly Des Moines Moines Jan and Iowa Democrats will i confer with and hear the Tiews of William Jennings Bryan on the j league of nations and public ques tions late this afternoon and even ing The conferences and meetings will be the first of any size of the 1920 presidential campaign In addition to delegations from many parts of Iowa representative Demo crats from Minnesota and South Dakota have signified an intention of being present Women to Be Addressed Mr Bryan was to arrive about p m Before evening he will hold several conferences with party workers and also meeting of women between 4 and 5 oclock Tonight after a ban quet Mr Bryan will address a pub lic massmeeting It is announced that his address tonight will deal with the league Of nations President Wilsons attij I tude on national political issues and government control of indus tries Early action at Washington on the peace treaty is being urged I by Bryan in all ofhis speeches these days and he wants to get this TO FORM ITS FIRST WAS EMPLOYED IN DUBUQUE BANKING HOUSE Native of Black Hawk County Assumed Big Tasks During Period of the War Because Evidence Against Packers Lacked Story By the Associated Press Chicago Jan of j ACter 32 years most of the time as cashier and president of First I National bank the oldest national j bank in Waterloo and one of the I best known financial institutions in i Iowa today announced his retire Allowed in Chicaqo for needed rest and oppor a tunity to give closer attention to his personal business affairs Mr Eighmcy who was born in this county in ISGi the son of Cal vin W and Katherine Eighmey began his banking career when a boy of 20 He became an employe of the First National bank Duhu statement credited to William quo His first duties were Jowly in boy In three contained m i letter addressed ni CVWV41 Senator Gronna chairman of the senate committee on agriculture by Everett C Brown president of the Women Among Them for First J question and of the way Time Chairman Cummings Jells Giving Names By the Associated Press Washington D C Jan 1 before the real political campaign gets under way Wants Conference Agreement Bryan proposes that a confer j ence of senators be held where i reservations to the treaty can be I agreed to so that the treaty can be cure a sufficient vote to insure its by the British The subject of demand by Turkey for a decision regarding the prohibition of business relations between her and the central powers wastaienlup and it was decided German goods might Tse sent Appointment ofa committee of 17 j passage when it again comes up in including two women to arrange the for the Democratic national con1 vention at San Francisco on Jan 28 was announced today fry Chair man Cummings of the national com mittee This will he the first time handintbgpret limiriary atrangemeiits 6t to Turkey but only thru third parjdential nominating convention Mr He said the injunction suits werei Chairman Cummincs will a trfthrds majority Tote I granted in the district court at Chii the committee the members ln the treaty heas cAgo because the commission men tne committee ana tne memoers sured from among the Republicans j will he Mrs George Bass Chicago already known to favor ratification Misa May E Foy Los Angeles J with certain reservations ties i I Cummingssaid Probably Swan Somr for Body j Two Women Roster probably was the last meet fng of the supreme council as at present organized U S Gives Up Foe Tonnage Paris Jan the supreme j Bruce Kremer Montana Wilbur today Hugh C Wallace the W Marsh Iowa Edward G Hoff American ambassador raised the j man Indiana Clark Howell Geor iquestion whether the council ingia JJorman E Mack New York tended to maintain the percentages Fred B Lynch MinnesotaCharles previously adopted for the distriBoeschenstein Illinois E H button among the allied and assoiMoore Ohio Arthur F Mullen Ne powers of the warship tonj braste Dr John N Coglin Massa inage to be given upby Germany chusetts Isadore B Dockweiler If such an agreement cannot be reached he proposes that the Demo crats serve notice that Republicans proceedto carry out the program of reservations adopted by the for eign affairs commltteaand lae fiir according to news dispatcTies that a sufflcierit num ber of Democrats withdraw from rthe senate when the rote is taken Union stockyards and made public here today Sought to Halt Prosecution Mr Colver was quoted Jan 9 as having told the committee that Mr Brown had started an injunction suit to stay department of agricul ture prosecutions of certain live stock men shortly after he had crit icised the department before the committee for failure to institute such prosecutions In another section of Mr Colvers reported tes timony Mr Brown was charged with requesting cessation of certain prosecutions because it would harm the packers Mr Brown in his letter saidihe had visited the department before and not after appearing before the committee He said he had asked I the solicitor of the department aS to the evidence upon which certain prosecutions had been based and compared adversely the action such cases Denial Entered by Brown Hedenied flatly that he had ask ed cessation of any prosecutions be cause of their effect on the packers he became bookkeeper lOv the Associated rrons TjtiiUw N J Jan tlari E Case Republican as state ionato president succeeded Wil liam N Runyon as acting governor of New Jersey at noon pond ins the inaugural next Tuesday of Edward 1 lid wards Democrat who1 was elected ou a wet platform i Mr Runyou as senate president siHcecdcd Gov Walter K Edge when the latter was elected to the United Stales senate In his fare well message to the new state leg ifelature which tho Republicans control Mr Uunyon urged its supj port of his Democratic successor rogdlcsK of parly unless lliruj mischance or otherwise he shall give his backing to anything that is unworthy CHUT flS VESSEL TO PIECES KIEEIOBCEFI OF French Dreadnoughts to Stop Building If i Cabinet Plans Prevail By the Associated Tress Paris Jan were tak en by tho cabinet today to slop the Raft Thought to Captain of Afrique Rescue Steamers Seeking It Paris Inn Huvas Ilio steamer Ccyliin landed a number of passengers from the lost shin Afriquo at La 1njlicp lust night according to advices U ho Matin O1 hers were placed on shore Iort Ilocho fort Bordeaux Jan of the highest order en y e cane oay o sop e te highestorder w displaved b v construction of the five dreadthe captain officers and menof Will Not However Be Party to PriceFixing Beyond Life of Lever Law f i REPLY TO THEIR QUERIES NOT TO SWAY ATTITUDE Judgement of Commission to Be Basis of Wage Pact Not Agreement Itself j By the Associated Press I Washington D C Jan Mine operators in the central com petitive field today told the commis i sion named to settle the bitumin ous coal strike that they would ac cept with a single reservation any award the commission might make to Ijust With Lever Law jTpl not be a party hel beyond operators said the they would of coal noughts of the Normundie classsteamer Afrique while that vessel laid down just before the war but was being pounded to nieces onii never completed Finance MinjRoche Donne shoal in he Bav Of Hveness of tne Lever lawtne war ister Klotz was authorized to inj Biscay Sunday nighl accord Ink to measure under which the gov troduce a bill for this purpose Othsurvivors of the disaster i eminent has controlled food and er measures authorized wiM direct It is not known us yet whether1 nroeaRalph Crews counsel that tho six scout cruisers provldany lives were lost In the wreck lho ccntral operators explain ed by tho law of 1012 as well as One life raft is still missing and be ed Ulat making this reser 12 sVout destroyers shall he laid ing sought by rescue steamers It7 n lhe operators could not down during 1920 is believed Capt Ledu of the Ie5allv Join any price fixing agree lAfrique Is on board this frail craft ment e also said the operators I WAn nnt TVTJ The plans for the Normanclio Ilass of dreadnoughts provided for vessels displacing 25230 tons each with main batteries of twelve 134 inch guns ad twentyfour 55 inch gunp Lifeboat Is Wiislicd Ashore ivsnoic u not make acceptance MQ v ot the commissions award con Nantes France Jan life tingent upon the preparation of 8ter Alricluc answers to a series of questions wm n jhich went to the bottom yester which the operators vesterday ask day morning in a heavy storm hasjed the commission Nippon Ship Couldnt ffnne Defended diers nilVV UVIKIlUtll Illb i According to the survivors thev Stptlf MfYirn to JumP into tne sea to reach OeitC irl CAtCW r CI ait L he al By tho Associated Press Washington D C Jan Intelligence officers of the war de partment aresatisfied alter1 an in vestigation that the arrival at Man sanillo Mex of a steamer bearing arms and ammunition from Japan and the Japanese cruiser Yakuma bad no connection These officers i said today that the Yakuma was a training ship and could not have protected the munitions ship even had there been occasion for theef fort Legislatures Cannot Repeal Dry Law Is Wheelers Contention FRANK JEIGHMEY concerned had denied any wrongi doing and the department of agriltb6n went to Del1 RapidsS u culture had procured no evidence where he organized the First Na to that effect i ieceiving an answer in the af firrxiative Ambassador Wallace in formed the council that the United in that case waived its claim to any part of this tonnage No Senate Action This Week D C Jan California John T Barnett Colo rado Patrick H Qninn Rhode Is land and Robert H Elder Idaho First Meetingin Saa The first meetingof the arrange I ments committee will he in San Francisco probably within 60 days ASK mmm More Army Medals Won on This Side Is Charge of Gallivan jtional bank and became its cashier j In188G Mr Eighmey became associated with First National Widow of Murdered Michigan Man Taken in Tow as Perjurer Mount Clemens Mich Jan bank in Waterloo He was called MnjRuth Prevost Brown 19year to the presidency of the institution Widow of J Stanley Brown lo presidency in 1912 In most of his nearly a third Of a century of service Mr Eighmey was the guiding head of of Illinois Farmers fpre next week spokesmen of both v parties predicted was probable Democrats declaredthey ijwould be satisfied ifratification was i effected this month negotiations over reser vations gained new impetus today it was said some Democrats were disposed to defer action until after the caucus Thursday when a mii nbrity leader will be elected j Seek Early Ratification Washington D C Jan With the announcement of seeking ways and means for the early ratij fication of peace a conference delegates represented 2 Americans began here to day Among the delegates were Heri By the Associated Press Washingtou D C Jan 13 Urging congressional investigation I the bank Under his direction the institution grew in assets and in j the confidence of the people Feels He Needs Rest cai society man who was murdered Dec 23 was arrested last night on perjury charges arising from state ments made by her during the in vestigation of the crime She is the second person held in connection with the slaying Lloyd Prevost her cousin and a chum of the slain of the awards of army decorations For 32 years I have given all my j man is in the county jail charged for services during the war Repre time and energy to the upbuilding with the murder sentative Gallivan Democrat Masjot the First National bank and the sachusetts declared in the house to various nterrises in Wart jsachusetts declared in the house toj various enterprises in Waterloo i day that more distinguished serjsaid Mr Eighmey today I have A commit1 vice medals in proportion werej filled each and every position in A ffiniffarf lever i hank iin tn fho nrAcont nno rtho nuglov UK I rr llii tee of 10 Iowa men was prepared awarded to army officers who never i bank up to the present one the today to start to Washington togot nearer the front than Washing presidency morrow for a conferenceon thejton than to those who saw service I Cumminsrailrbad bill with the senoverseas jators and representatives from this Congress should l state Fred Canfield president of a wards of niedals and crosses Mr jof railroads By the Associated Press j Peoria 111 Jan thou sand farmers are to atteud a two day association and the pooling of j the State Federation of Labor will head the committee The men will ask for a two years extension of j government and operation re 3 I feel that after so many years j of service and hard work that it is investigate all clue to myself to take a rest for the j being and devote my attenl Taking Victims Gallivan said so as to determine why some recommendations werenurposdonK favorably and others doea not mean that T win Mineola N Y Jan guilty to murder in the disregarded to my personal affairs which for having IMrs Clara Branch by striking her over the head with a hatchet at Representatives of labor includi today railroad employes announced iy convention of st nigM after a long conference tijat their respective associations PUT OFF 60 RADICAL Chicago Jan Mbline 111 arrested in the drive against radicals gave bond of oppose the Cummins railroad00 in Judge Pains court yester jmeasure The appointment of the and was released The casesof mug UL woui oommiftAp tr en in uraahtrnrtrn fn 60 other radicals including Wil topics for was one of the stenf n the am Havwood of the T W W sion and action at the convention J fill were continued by Judge Pam un Resolutions adopted at the meet leave Waterloo nor does it mean j Valley Stream in November last i thaA wfl be interesfed theMrs Marie Warren was sentenced welfare of lne community and the yesterday to life imprisonment banJ long served Mrs Warren who is 31 years old The directors of the bank have admitted taking from the mur ii offered me desk room in thedered woman I have accepted afi an bv today J R Howard president of the the request of the hert Houston of the National AdiAmencan Farm Bureau federation vertising clubs and Matthew WolliWIJ be tn chlf speaker today and Morrison of the Fed era The resignation of Harvey J ing late yesterday asked that Sena tor Cummins introduce immediately tion of Labor By the Associated Iress Chicago Jan Womens i iete to Federal Oil company organized in i 1916 by women today is in the hands of new menj Sconce Vermilion county president wHl tafe charge I campaign for the presidential nomgressrnen introduce resolutions ex1 of Gov Lowden tending for two years government j railway control and that Iowa con1 gressmen use their influence to de feat the Cummins bill The KenyonAnderson bill for control of packing interests was in dorsed in resolutions j Called By Farmers Societies A local man who was in attend ance at the conference at Des Moines yesterday when shown the today said that the called by state offij cials of different farmers organii lltalian Socialists in America Urged to Spread Their Ideals By Hie Associated Florence Italy Jan Socialists in America in of deals laeais SFIEEF SOVIETS 15 IN PIME STftlE Polish Russians Taking Refuge in Oskirow Helped by Army Officers and Citizens PHI HER ILLI OEBT THIS By tha Associated Press Washington D C Jan State legislatures cannot under the repeal law repeal ratification of the constitutional prohibition amend ment Wayne B Wheeler counsel for the AntiSaloon league declar ed today in discussing recommenda tions for repeal made to the law makers of New York by Gov Smith Wheeler cited the attempt or Crews said understood that the commissions award should of it self consIAute a final contract be tween the miners and operators for the period of time fixed by the commission President Robinson reminded him that President Wilsons letter creating the commission author ized it only to make an award which might be used as a basis for a wage contract He asked if the operators would not modify the language in theiracceptance ac cordingly and Mr Crews finally agreed that the commission should determine that point Iicwis Ujuifs Record Clear The mine workers understand of New Jersey and Ohio to withdraw ratification of the fourteenth being made here which can be used subsequently as a basis for a re auiendment Congress refusad to fusal by the operators to write into accept the repeal and both stales were counted among those voting a wage agreement the commissions award affirmatively Without their ratiflj President Robinson said Mr cation the amendment lacked sumCrews stipulation thatthe cornmis cient votes to become operative i sion should have power to deter Chief Justice Marshall was quot ed by Mr Wheeler as follows The principle is that one legis lature is competent to repeal an act which a former legislature was competent to pass The correctness of this principle so far as respects general legislation can never he controverted But ir an act be done under a law a succeeding leg islature cannot undo it The past cannot be recalled by the most ab solute power Stockholders if Three Convening Today Retain 10J9 Officers Past Year Good mine what the procedure should be had cleared up this point Miners Repeat Original Demands Miners representatives put be fore the commission their full de mands as originally made and re fused by the operators before the calling of the coal strike last No vember Acting President Lewis recited demands for an increase of 60 per cent in wages thesixhour work day and five days a week for the abolition of double consideration by districts of inter national difference anddefended each of them The living cpnditiorisrand social condition bf the miners the environment in which hehas been compelled to raise his family have ever been tocx low he said itt Johnson National bank were I chusetts reelected at the sixtythird annual meeting of stockholders this morn ing The cashiers report showed j the past year as the most successful in the banks history The gain in me i I wish to thank the friends and associates I have had in the past and trust that T may retain them jail Carried War Work Burden During most of the period of the war Mr Eighmey altho burdened down with financial work was ap pointed and accepted a position on the local draft board He wasi named its chairman During the i rushing period of sending men to 1 oamp for training Mr Eighmey worked until late at night on ex Rpnaratinnc Qnnvc Fivori iB Miller Raymond Rouse assist nroption papers Tins work nepdi dllUflS oUm S riXCU ants A Frank Roger Leavitt MILLER IN G O P JOB By the Associated Washington D C Jan Former Representative Clarence B Miller new secretary of the He publican national committee took j charge of national headquarters here today and at the same time I James B Reynolds the retiring sec j rotary opened national headcruar All officers and directors of Leaviters fof Gov Coolidge of Massa TEUTS AT PEACE By the Associated tress Rio Janeiro Jan Pessoa last night promulgated the j deposits upto the close of business j treaty of Versailles thus making Dec 31 1919 was effective that part ofthe treaty re Men returned toleadership of the ferring to Brazil The president of bank for the next 12 months are Ira Rodamar president C E Pick ett J O Trumbauer vice presi dents Fred H Wray cashier R first claim upon me he frequently told his friends when they expostu lated warning him against the ef fects of overwork Mr Eighmey carried this burden until from sheer he was obliged to lay it his residence in Water down During Shell Give Bond Equalling 1 20000000000 Marks Paris Monday Jan French Wireless the open flcially declared a state of peace with Germany which will hasten their fations rather than the labor un Reports about the con1 Vbut abor the Italian Socialists inj whlch include the railway workers fasafimllholiidicate that the party is very strong Terc to send representa llar rornoraiion its financiai T1 r j lives The farmers are apparently i very much opposed to the proposed X SPAINS LEAGUE ENVOY Cummins hill as leaders among the dollar corporation its financial Ttnv iv condition today was told by Ualy at time Jiancial on 51775 balance in banks 53 cents deficit for the year The company dealt By the Associated Press Paris Monday Jan 12 1111 French Wireless Vfi I rt ft T thousand shares were issued and i iias 2000 sharei t spain different farm organizations claim that the farmers are almost unani By the Associated Press Paris Monday Jan French Wireless Russian Jews are fleeing at the ap proach of bolshevik bands between Kiev and Woloczys according to loo Mr Eighmey has been interest ed in the upbuilding of the city He has been iclivt in the social reli gious and industrial life of the community and retires with the j best wishes of a host of friends foi i his future success i in iird avof t ip Cermanv the iM on W W Marsh C E Pickett Ira Rodamar F E Stewart J O Trumbauer directors Kugg Resigns j for a brief rest The only change in the officiary of Black Hawk National bank comes thru the resignation of H E Rugg assistant cashier which is efj COr HOUSE AT HOUSTOX By the Associated Piess Houston Tex Jan E M House a member pf the Ameri can peace delegation reached Houston today He said he came the commission win lne commission will see jr ciamatciui uaauieu wuicil is et hprifective tomorrow it developed at jthe fifteenth annual meeting ofj j that institution this morning Mr iRugg will become office manager for A E Rumsey general agent of j i Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insur that Germany carries out her obli gallons Must Deposit Her Security ance company He became connect ed with the bank 13 years ago as collector against its adoption at Mrs H H Honore jr former president and one of the organizers was the last woman connected with the concern She aid the corpor ation was started with every fai voraMe omen but the men ruined j I j Holiday Xutinnrjrarine j The brand thatequals Butter I aavertlscmcnt I reports from Warsaw At Zmerin ka there are some 15000 of these refugees who are in a pitiable con The other were dition The same state of affairs discussed were cooperulion with at Oskirow where the inhabi the idea of bringing the farmer and i tants of the Polish laboring men in the city into closer amy are aiding the sufferers touch with each BIWj BY KEXYOX Until the amount of reparation Officers and directors of this bank Cause Medical payments has been fixed Germany will have to deposit 20000000000 marks in gold or its equivalent in material ships securities and coal R O Hutchison James Loonan B MH er A vice E Glenny presidents Charles W Knoop cashier B A Bv hc AMOctaled rres1 New Jac for The Courier should be deliv ered at your home before oclock If thru error of the carrier boy or other cause you fail to receive your pajer by that time please Phone 3880 and a copy of the paper will be sent Phone calls most reach ihi office before p m JAP SHIPS TOQUIT FUOHOAV By the Associated Paris Jan has de cided to withdraw her warships from Fnchow China where they were sent some weeks ago owing to the maltreatment of Japanese subjects according to information iccriveri here by iheJapanese dele gation to the peace conference nt Vo othrtPhT ar dC Schaefer assistant George B S Bv Washington D C Jan bill proposing a federal blue skyj law to prevent flotation of worth less stocks and bonds was introduc ed yesterday by Senator Kcnyon Republican Iowa Favorite Smoke San Felice ami El Vcryo Oipars advertisement here has caused Dr Royal S Cope j land health commissioner to ask Dr W H Park director of the bu reau of laboratories to undertake a serious study of the disease at once Aopcnranee of measles at his time of year was unexpected Dr Cope land said as it usually reaches its maximum here in May There ravo been 2221 cases reported in the last 10 days E J T Swift J ITS 11 SPEECH to hand over gold bonds represent ing the full amount Will Pay 40000000000 Marks tors Iowa State Bank Stockholders of Iowa State bank the Associated Press Paris Jan was Wil clared inseparable from the Turk opening of the chamber deputies on Monday according to dispatches In addition to this 40000000 met for the sixteenth time this 000 marks in gold bonds immedi ately negotiable will be exacted and another sum of 40000000000 marks in gold bonds which the comj with B Lichtyaijid J G Clarki As the sultan was unable to attend the meeting the speech was by morning and elected the following the miateter of the interior to offices G N Garrettson presSmvrna is now in the Greek zone BIpugh cashier They mission will negotiate only as It shall consider the financial condi tion of Germany warrants constitute the directorate Other banks will have their meet ings tonight of occupation Stick to trs Americas favorite clear vf   

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