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   Muskogee Times Democrat (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Muskogee, Oklahoma                                MnskogCe stood 28th in all Am: erican cities for new traild�gB in September, VOLUME XVIII-No. 6 THE WEATHER Oklahoma-Tonight  and  Friday, unsettled.. ;.� MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 14,'1911 PRICE.Fn E CENTS ing Mackey Home-Bribery is Alleged-Will Accuse Zeb Mackey that \vtlt.iam ikw1x,    who 3S. on . TKTAl.i   charged .'with conspiracy .asd 'mit rider in connection''" with thk rloav-jng ci� by dynamite of the maokey home.at taft,' when CASTRLTjA and herbert sells WERE ... KFIiliEl), was one of the instigators of the plot and that IRWIN i'iY    connected crime  AND HAD AI/TiEN   and   SAM. was imrect-with      the I5RHJEI)  DOC. lowe.   VAC-' Germany Would Train Its Women In Arts of War Duosse'dorf,. Germany, Dec. 14.- Introduction of ol'lii;..ipry military service for wbriien was proposed at a .'meeting today of the. patriotic .womenjs union, Here by. .nynlical Councillor " Wifzel, professor at the' medical academy at ' Duessel-dor'f. '. Tlie' lecturer suggested that -women should be enrolled in the hospital service aim � aiipu-ld he :. mobilized with the troops in ease of The   proposition thii.siast.icaHy   by as it i's regardPrl which represents the est from her share . auxiliary other var. \va,s   trfken   entile, suffragettes, t'hcm-as o)i Hy years ago in -will also re-next .Inly, secured in"e-She was noti-.JUiiL some month;; ago that idle w.puld figure in this gigantic fortune of sixty million dollars.  - Co!- Shusart... .'curing, the - - early-summer ;of"the present" year., full heir to $!)',0'0i> by the death of . a brother in the west, and is to re_ coive" $-1.3.000 "more in a. short time anil' sixty- thousand, additional when, the. es'-ate is woundup. . The colonel is finite a picturesque character, wearing his .hair down over his shoulders. '     � Tim couple live in a I'tt.le iinpre. tentiour. cortnge  on  laiul . ret da info d Ki:\Il   ADMIRAL   K.   F.   Nl'C'HOL- .........: -..... i - son*..........- Durant, Okla., *Dec. , I .!.-.(SpecT ial.>'-- Because lie talked loo much, A. C. Bcshicrs will have to pay to this, place  a   tliou- Eiirl   Alb'ii.';of sand dollars in the   judgment slander, Allen   alleged cold cash. lie on   a " charge sot. of that    He: made the. statement  that hiel's Allen had was j The commission  has iducat ional survey  of fiiiding out   all  about, efficiency   in  schools session here, instituted an ,-stato "and is the  cost   and ol' all classes. '     . "The pI'mi.so-, 'fool graduates,' is far too popular to be without .sonic; b:isi>-.'-' saiil William Allen -Wbiiu-of Emporia, editor and member, of Hie commission, yc-stonlay.  IJirpu.ghoui Aiiierica'Jajid especia liy ."There' is, fa projim no freliii"g in Kansas, that a.- lo.t;.'bf si ul'f tiKen "Hi bv -The child atiil youth in the' guis,'> of edit catkin'" is What lawyers rail iucompeterit. irrevelant and .immaterial aud not Hie best, of--education .   �:. "We   are Jgoltjng   infonnajioji   to Top Much Family She Alleges And Asks a Divorce i'    11. wa.s family,  a'i divorce,  -| tnilav In- (.' implicated-in-fcho. robbery bank at Albany, \vhirh' occurrd a few weeks ago. AlX'i.i . sued H.e-shiers for slander, and live jury was Out only thirty minutes before it brought in a verdict. for $1,000 it   pays to' give* t he. oi' girl  who  becomes 4:_ the'a liiisiiiesc man or n mechanic or it .how \v]�et her di'dinarv  bqv husbaild, ,, |     CozeHa double ha [ ilCeaiii "oT;" hand .�.[ook live � .wit li "firou nrkis -quarrel   Ik husbands jsays,  gave f:.v   If)   hu,\ ko.LTee,   wh ! pel led   to: in  a   hotel just  a case of too   "much cording to a  petit ion   for. t'i'ed   in : tjie  distri.i I . court' '>'<�� -.u   ..lUce .. against,   hor .io'lin itecc. -of |i'ort rimith. says I hat life in t lio riH'Ss was one long sweet. Tfa"ppiii^ss'litl1.11."lieu "husher to . Kort .Smith to' his family. Tlien t'ho begaii, tjuarrel followed Mw.een t'o/.etti.i and lior lieopl'e.  Then Rec.e, 'sh6' . hor barely enough ' nioii-. tie'Is of,   liacl; . to   Mus-( ere  she   has   been   .coin-earn  her  riving  working I lo sent  her away wit h Has Be'f ii Wandering Abii.t /Ov#r Kansas-Court Finds Him Mentally Incompetent and Will . Dismiss the Entire Jury in the Hyde Case Kansas'iiy.^sjio., flee. 11.-Harry Waldron. the juror' whose disappearance last. Hunday night, ulo.cft-ed the progress of the second trial of Dr. B. ei.irk Hyde, charged willi the murder, of Col. Thomae II. Swope, returned to his Dome today, pale and emaciated, after four days of wandering over Kan- inafing ariV granting of men.   � " argument against, I he franchise    to the wo- ING THEM I5ETWKEN FIVE AND SIX THOUSAND DOOKARS FOR THETR PART OF THE AWFlI/  U? \V.1uS THE START LINO AND SENSATIONAI, STATEMENT MADE BY ATTORNEY S. M. RFTHRRFORO THIS "AFTERNOON IN HIS OPENING' STATEMENT 'TO THE JURY FOR THE STATE. .7ui*5: .Selected. Thev Jury was finally � selected at '11:40 tjils morning;. Mr.   Rutherford's:, outline-of � I ho.' .'   caise and   what  the  si.-i'te  expected to prove  was niost ifitartlrhg.    The-Mg  court  room   \v?s . so  stUl   that .'the 'drop of a pin could' be* heard. Rutherford went into details as \ to the explosi'on of dynamite-which : blew irp the _-..Macl;ey home on March 2". last'., lie told, of ..the | rush to rescue t'ho b'urnhig negro ; ... children ant! how Zeb Mackey, j their step-fa (her. held Mrs. Mar-key j to keep her from rushing into the ~"'wOTntnTrimll fling-:-1---"-----~ He said (hat the state would prove ..the i,Inrovbry of" dynamite iir a pond in the rear of the home "" of Stout H-am, one of the.- defendants: � that the state's witnesses would, swear to secret meetings between . Sam Lowe and Doc Allen, and that Allen had told one man there was from $.">,00n- to $R,0 00 In tbo job. and all would divide, it.' The state will show that -loo -Norwood and Sam Lowe had handled dynamite a number of times and wer^ familiar witr � it. The fre-fueht meetings of trese men, Mr. Rutherford said, would he proven. The  morning   following. the  explosion,   one   witness   will   testify. ~3tHen... was . seen . one   ami .-.one-half ' miles south of tre city, headed for l'orlej".       ~-."-..-"~j�L:--'r-e:;r.. vvvr Allen had been offered $6,000 to blow" up the Mackey home, according to tre state. Irwin at Tift? Tre most startling statement, made by (ho state wa,s r.tiat they1 will prove tlwit Will Irwin, on the anorning following tne explosion, was' seen one mile from tb.e town of Taft. He was traveling alone .�and walking.. A witness will swear,. said Rutherford, that Tr-win came to bis. place, -dirty, .tired and all tousled up- and. said -he had lost his way and slept leftside a stump all night. The state will ,nut on the stand Jim Johnson,  who  was negro  por-.. iter' In . at hotel   in   .Mexico-   City, /and - Johnson  is .expected . to swear froni a ft'O" pond. Their co'cd fortune of . the year has not changed their, inodf. of livine in the slightest b-u', thev'are thinking of buj"lding a better house and taking a. trip to Florida t his - winter. .Mrs. Rhugart has invested' her million in Panama^ ciuial bonds. For Boy Who, Got Life Sentence Because Woman Loved Him and Hated His Sister I 'New Orleans, I)ecV .7 1-The. state pardon board yesterday recommended the full and unconditoinal pardon of Charles Denton of Colfax. 'La., sentenced in 1005 ..to a life '.term in the ponitentia"rj- for be-1 ing an accessory.-with- Mrs. Sa villa (.Roberts to the .murder of ' lira un-. |tie in' 1 00 3 . i.  Mrs.   Roberts  was  also   sentenc-led lor. life,-, but. was pardoned.' |    In  joining her efforts with  oth-|e-i^-^)--ftwiiie--tliir~parTrrrri-0T"'TTen""' 'ton,  Mrs.   Roberts said  that- when !she  i'mplir Jited, the  "green  country was in love with him and want    to   be    in   prison remained  f reo. J&agQJl,  she   said,     was sister' frtTfghed -'at Avif oHtenced . BIG MIMSTkEL FRIDAY NIGHT mother, a course in . high ''mat he-; on ly th clothes upon her back matj'cs and geography and to edit- ! lias refused to send her the cate 'them'-"in the knowledge of j mainder of her apparel. He Irees, grissos. crops �nd ' to know , faikul to support her. and she Hie' na'ines' of the creeks of- his can't bear to live with Rece's township.;'' , ' I'le and asks for a .divorce. He was 'brought to court by Waldron and at. once went in-conferenco with Judge Porter"- Tlu. have rial urdaj jar an.; people   of   .M.iiskoge? in   oi'portunki    Kriday nights  to .witness  a half' show  for one md at the same time get boy" she did    not while he Another-that Denton's when she was PRIZES FOR FARM CROPS , There   will  be ' a prize's   offeredto ! V i.r I-; o I":. M u s!-. nt-i e._ under- the Caption, of big  variety  of "file-   hoys ". and crunvt j'- in . IfHCr the Roys' and UNIFORMS FOR THE SCOUTS � About thirty tenderfoot boy scouts will be issued unifor.ni cer-. ti'ficates the first of next week, entitling .them to .wear the copyrighted uniform or the organization. These thjrt\�- Muskogee lads Jiave successfully passed the examinations, admitting them to the first rank of scoutdom. About half of Ibese sqouts are from the Franklin school company: arid the other (half from (lie Christian -church company.       The     Xew-    Phoenix svColthing company is to ;ict as the distributors   of  th<�   uniforms     in . Muskogee. Girls' Cotton Growing contest. � At th meeting of the Oklahoma Cotton Reed Cpusjxers' association..,, held at Oklahoma City the latter part of.. November-,, the association voted to let the prizes offered in 19V 12. J. A. Schwartz, secretary of the association, has notified Stnte Agricultural agent W. D. Bentley of Yukon to the effect that, the association's re-wards will b,e paid for., the past season as soon as final confirmation of. the winners is made. Besides the above mentioned e wards, the Muskogee Fair association is offering a l)ig prize for the best cotton raised by a Kirl or hoy in the county, and Senator Robert  L. ' Owen   and   others   will will auil dol-_  dol- ilar and at the same time get dou-Ible' action  on  the  numey,   because; jlh'e net ' proceeds 'go  to advertising �.the city. Don't gel .ueidea in-your [head   that  tais i�  in  ai:.>-  sense, a ulonaioiu     .More   tlinn   TO   of  4ttc4 i lit st   ladies  and 'ge'.:-.tieme-iu�in   the city   have been . gi'�-ag  their   time. ; a! te.iition   and   talent   for   the  past | two' weeks - W'il hout.   cost --to    the 'work   of,  inaking   tjie   t'ommercial +riTTlT~Tnms-l'rTTs^~'gTeaa"~^^ 'every   member  of  the cas'   is 'buying   seats   for   other   members ,. of i heir families and tor oilier friends. 1 ,   This deiiioiiKtTales what the. pfr-j formers think of tlie entertainment. If you 'vaut to enjoy good 'singing jand   wan   to   laugh-even   if   you don't   grow   fat - the-  time   is   Fri-diry'"-"-and   Saturday-    h'ights.     the place   is the I Union opera house. The  program   is  the,-best_lfii'iir_i put on here by local talent, con- 1 sisting of a chorus of 65 voices, excellent quartettes, high grade so-jos. with- local gag*, and a fine olio, concluding with a side-splitting farce, entitled, "The Immortal Suffrage!, Club. Watermelon. Council, Sa. .participated in by the .end dadics and. end men, dur-iiii: wliiidr Mrr-atma: 11.Law will deliver a stump speech on . "The Chronological Amalgamation of the fiosphorus," . or   "Why   Is   Woman Suffrage?/:".' ........ ..... The'sci t sale is at Kroh's Music Co., and if you are late in securing a good selection for Friday night', remember Saturday night will be even better.- l'ubltc .1 udge Police Safety w. o. Ha rry Coinmissioiicr of l/rnest. Cook. Police Carr .and Chief of Wake of tin's eil.v are maiipiiig � out, � I plan for the prevention of white slave traffic in' Muskogee. ' "It is my honest ..opinion," said Chief Blake,., "that much'of this so-cartecl~wtiit,e slave.; traffic could be done away with, almost, entirely . if cities provided ordinances making it a case of line and imprisonment, for ,hajuk_ aifrt cab drivers to act. as pro-cure'rs "fiFi'ify" uVsifffftiK^W^thy-an**-iiave so miUi.,'. of i.t to contend with iu this city., but. I fact that iiackmen cities are largely much of it. Many make a practice of anil'In many such purpose! know it to he a in the larger responsible for night hackmi.'ii procuring women cases y*ung girls', for Strangers, and 1 am sorry to say, .well known citizens of each 'community, often call a hack-, "nran-'und ask him to procure a young girl or. woman for ilieni. These hackmen, because of the nature of their night, "business know where many such women and girls- live and call for them when they have occasion. tliat i he   is   the   ni'in- .who   signeid the- deeds   as ' Hardy   Srllsi   Hnd-Mlr'.,!>-:lh.:>'- "f^r - individual   prizes, /received for so doing a brown suit ,of . clothes and $1 0 Mex. " (Continued on  page '" .. -  ?--- Local present reports' opment Agent J. ,jf. Daily is at gaflioring the last of the of all, of. th? farm deve;-under government methods in Muskogee during the past year. He wil finish a detailed report--of this work by the en"d of the wfe'eli," "nd next week 'will start oh a campaign to secure additional demonstrators and co-operative farmers, to put in small p�nts under the direction of the government. experts Xext year there -til 'be boys', and girls'   cotton   growing, contests    In every  state  where  the   fa.rni . demonstration "-work i's being carried on |and   Mr.   Rentley   writes   that     he j hopes Oklahoma will  rank  high  in I the  list   of  these .states   when   the ; final   announcement   of   results    in made.    He  states  that   from   4^ej reports   of   crops   turned   in 1911. "the   contestants   understand very   clearly   the   art     of     e.otton growing i    Those   jvhoj attended   tbe;   Commercial   club " minstrels,  last    year (will remember .Mrs. Joe Rren singling "Red  Head," "Baby ROy" and i"A. Little  Girl  Like ,-Me," and  the I tremendp'us hit thnt she made. Thi3 !year she will sing, "Why Don't.,-You i-Ro a Mnn_J,-ikip Your Dad?," "Take ,Care,-r~Liitle.    Girl.     Take' Care," I'Lovey Dear" and "That's the Rea-'soii I Am Back A sain." i    The   imperial  quartette,   compos-Trd-Tif-,rM rs-r- �'V,":~ e".---J'ackBOnT-'MTS" E.   D. � ilevitt 'and-Messrs'.    S.  "B. Gamble, and L.  Ja. Ilyd.e, will sing Dudlo"y Rucks arrangement of "Annie Laurie." ' The solos are  in - the hands, .of capable, artists, and this fact.  together with a well-trained -chorus, promises,   a   musical   treat   to   all those who attend the' performances. ___________ NOTTTI \G OV>; RT.OOICKD.... stated periods' and show where she is livihg. No women will be allowed to enter these houses' unless'lheiy register at. the police department. If she is a newcomer in .this, city she will be 'compelled to give an account of herself- and if found to bo,a wo^' man of .questionable 'reputation will be'allowed to enter � one of* the houses. Proprietors of. those places wik| not be allowed to take in women or girls until they have first, been registered at tho police department.' To Protect th,. Innocent.. In this way it 'will be possible to .'.i"1"";; lun-d � to ��,the*c-.plii.'do and prevent any so-called white slavery from getting a foolho'ld hero. Ilack-liioit,, or others, will bo prevented from procuring Women for such purposes and heavy penalties'' and fines, or both, will be provided for all violaiions of the rules as they will he set'down. It is felt that-this action is � necessary to properly purge the ci!y as much as possible of an evil that-exists, .but, which under modern social conditions is one of the most, difficult to-control. Oklahoma City, Okla., Dec. Tl.1- The plan to ' organize from, the "grass roots" up ih' the movement to " reduce teh cotton acreage in Oklahoma; as well as other cotton growing states, is being taken with considerable enthusiasm in this state and Secretary Ben Hennessey of the board of agriculture is having the cooperation of "the chairmen of the different, coherents already, appointed. .' An effort .is-heln,g made to secure pledges from vfaVmers not to plant to exceed 7!-'percent '6f the acreage �Uif. tiie* 19 H' crop.  '.'        1^.'- " , Chargilng--t.hat since the fihst of January. 1011, her husband has cursed and abused her and been extremely cruel. ,Mrs, Almeda Upton,, wife of a merchant of 120 South Miin street, h':S filed suit for divorce. She says her husband has a stock -of merchandise -valued at: $1,000 and' about- S-t,0O0 other property,,, She asks that, she fiprT"j.he' given a division of the, property, $r>ft a month alimony and that her maiden name be restored to her. Sen. Owen to Do $80,000 Worth p f Bitflding Soon Plans for-.three-buildings aggregating in cost about $so,ooo have been prepared by the Muscogee � Realty company, of which Senator. Robert L. Oenw is president, and ground was broken this morning for -one of theni, on the southeast corner of Fifth and Okmulgee. This Jjullding is to be two story brick, 96, feet by 100, and Is to rpst about 51S00O'. It.will'he dIviiled'.Into store and' office rooms. . A's soon as thisv'building Tr; completed., work will start on a 'wo stjjry concrete apartm.ent. house, UO by lfio, at the corAer of E and East Broadway. . There will be thirty-'.wo apartments in 'this building:, and the whole will eost-?2G000. A four story building, 100 feet, "square, is planned for the so|ith-west .corner of, I^ifth and Okmulgee-This .will bp .a very handsome st ri'te-. tvoifC    /.-'�   . '' '*''.' Women 111 League, "Hundreds of young working girls -and-w+MUcnure in-league with thetie hackmen. To all outward appearances these women and girlsi. are leading respectable ilves, and    the hackmen. and - those -who _seud......for. them, are the only ones, who really know the- actual- conditions, in the case of an arrest the white slave cry is brought forward and in many instances the young girl receives sympathy to which she is no,t entitled. If j is a most sordid que/stion, at its best, and the only way to break it up is to" 'provide aity ordinances or po_ lice rules covering the matter. 1 do not mean to say that white slavery does "not exist, because I know that it does, but maaiy alleged cases are .merely upon the surface and d'o.hot exist, if the'realTacts' xf ere* "known, as they are to'tho police.   '        . ____WOuien ..J[jJuli.wI J^Jies^rts...^-______T "Clirlsvand women who reach. ,a city upon the night 'trains, alone, are often lured" by these hackmen to questionable -resorts, and 1 have heard of cases where hackmen have beeii paid big sums of money by the proprietors of these places. This, however, 1 ain glad to; say, is the exception and.not the rule- it is the plan of the police department of Muskogee to segregate, all women of knp.vvn questionable character in one district as the one-way of controlling them under existing social conditions. There are women and young girls in this city, who, to all intents and purposes, are of questionable-character, 'but we^cannob confine them to this district. Many of theiil work, or at work atha" "cloak in their neaF vocation, know them and the for them know, them^ remunerative oneTfbr and OFFICIALS TO TALK POLITICS .   (Sliiff Sp�-VI�il.) Oklahoma City. Okla., Dec. 14',--A star-chamber session of the elective state� officials^Jivil] be held in the rooms of  the  state"   supreme court   in   the  Lawrence    building, (tonight at 7:30 o'cupek.    The top-lies to be discussed are believed to j be   of  a   political   nature    purely ; though   none  of   the  elective leers cared to say Wednesday 'the object of the meting was. " '--?----! McOAR IJ I {K IJvt.TK I >. and sas.. re-' Mrs. has to. a just, field ;  . ___________________      __. -       ' pep-i Judge Porterfieid, after conference with Waldron, announced that ho would dismj'ss the Jury   'LIEUT.  COM'.  PHILIP ANDREWS. Washington,.'.'D.   C,   Dec.   14.--! The appointment by Secretary M-ey- 1 er of Lieut. Com. Philip Andrews I as chief of the bureau of naviga- j tion has aroused  the ire .of navy ! men. � Rear Admiral'-Nicholson"was j practically   forced   out  of   the   job by iiiis appointment to Boa duty as comriiantler i'n chief of tlie Asiatic fleet,   s'6'  Andrews'-cWtd-get- ther place.  Charges  of   favoritism   are made against Meyer. (By JohnjKttT; Ftonncr.). Washington,.'-dT-C.,   Dec.   14.-1 The  supreme  cout> has  dismissed the case appealed .from the circuit 4court of aptfealaitor^^eJSagWV circuit  by  Bottle  Lignon'icgalnW' Gov. Johnston of the-Chickasaw nation,  and  former  Governor  Green McCurtain, deceased, of the Choctaw nation, by which Bettle Ligripn and about  two thousand-. Ghoetaw . and ' Chickaeaw    freedmsn     wera clamoring- for  enrollment  as  cltl-.zens �'" by   blood.     The   case    was dismissed   because   the   appellants, failed to submit printed briefs. -.-*- Cleveland, Ohio, Dec 14;-A. verdict awarding the "AiCUP-AV Coal company of, Haileyville, Okla., ?30,-750 in their damage suit against the Globe Oil company of Cleveland, was brought in by a federal grand jury today.  The H'ailey-Ola company sued   to: recovejc $8,0,000 . damages   incurred'. -when supposedly non-inflamable  oil bought .frpm the Globe company ignited, twenty-nine men being killed us the result of the "oxploston. -------------- offl-what least use their � which- "o hide The hackmen men who send Tlie trade is a the hackmen, tho traffic is conducted as quietly as possible. Sometimes they are caught and brought to the police station. Bond is at once given and that is the last of the matter, as [[they never appear to answer, tho Charge in cQjurt. It is .an eating sore ip'on^ ' the, body sociaPbut we are j pjqwwless to stop it without disrupt-! ing the whole community- The best j wc can do, in the interests of .all ---^!^^XUUa^_JlBiUJ..;t^=J^ldaJ.L The league of Oklahoma .Municipal,' itis closed its three days' session hero I ate Wednesday. The,new name above given was adopted by tlie organization Wednesday. � Oklahoma City was selected as the next place., of meeting, and the third annual meeting will be held theire jn December, 1915!, just prior to the con�vening�-o^'-th^--leKi3.1ature.-:s^^��..�>.,,'-. A. P. McGarr. ex-mavor of Muskogee, was re-elected president of the. league and the other new officials are Mayor L- J. Martin, of Tulsa, and Mayor J. B. (Burton, of rh'ickasha.-first vice-presidents: May or P. R. Duffev. of El Reno, secre tary; Mayor A. D. Martin, of Shaw. nrie, treasurer. ^Executive- board, Mayor Martin, of Tulsa. Mayor .1. C. Starr, of Vinifa; City Clerk,. D. X; Carpenter, of Daeoma: Mayor Pete Hanarattv, of MrAlester; Mayor Whit M.-Grant of Oklahoma City. Alleges His Wife Left Him for a Younger Man The old. old story of a man of mature' years marrying a young woman and the latter dissatisfied with his love, anij fleeing to a younger man.-'_{pr lovo'*and companionship, is lha.t? of' W. Karnse, a wealthy farmer and bis wife, Hattrc Karnes, which will be aired in the courts in |a,ali-ort tirafi-....;-,-____,______1!_______________ . Karnes yesterday swore" out. a warrant charging bis wife. Hattie Karnes and W. R. McClarey. a hajid-soiije young farmer, witlj&adultryV" Both :i>le(aded not. guilty. Mrs, Karnes gave bond in the sum. of S500 and in detfault of $1,000 bond McClarey was committed to jail. Mrs; Karnes is accused-iy her husband with living In o,pea and no_ torlous adultry with McCVarp.y.. Karnes claims that he lost his wife's love several months ago. At that tim
                            

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