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T1T3 MOKMXG OREGOXIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1907.
Explanation Is Given of Delay
in Action on Olli
WANTS TO DO IT HIMSELF
Beliefs Government Can Do Work
Bettor Directly and Will Resign
If Contract Is Let Action
Postponed Two Weeks.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. (Special.)
Chief Engineer John F. Stevens wants
to dig the Panama Canal, and it he
cannot dig the big ditch without the
medium of a contractor, there is likely
to be another vacancy at the head of
affairs on the isthmus. This is under
stood to be the secret of the myste
rious holding up of the award of the
Panama Canal contract that has ex
cited Interest and curiosity for the
last two weeks.
everybody has been wondering why
the administration has been delaying
action, on the O.llver bid for digging
the canal. One -theory has been that
it was due to a fight between rival
financial interests, those represented by
the contractors underbid by the Olllver
firm being credited with the efforts
to throw out the lower bidder and take
the prize. There have been tangles
resrarrilnir Mr. Olllver's nartners. Final
ly a positive decision from President
Roosevelt, Secretary of War Taft and
Chairman blionts, of me Canal Com
mission, has been postponed for two
weeks longer, ostensibly to complete a
full examination of the Olliver bid,
but in reality, it is believed, to solve
the problem presented by Mr. Stevens'
One year ago Mr. Stevens was an
enthusiastic advocate of the contract
idea of canal construction, and It was
doubtless his opinion that inclined the
President to take the ssme view. Now,
it is understood, he has undergone a
change of heart, and, after thorough
consideration of the revised plans for
digging the canal. Is of the opinion
that the work will be expedited great
ly if the Government assume full con
trol of the actual details. Under ex
clusive Government direction, Mr.
Stevens believes, the canal will be open
to the commerce of the world within
An effort has been made to get Mr.
Stevrns to change his mind, but he has
continued obdurate, and the indications
are that the administration will ac
cede to his request and that the con
struction will be continued by the
Government. This Information caused
some surprise, as Mr. Stevens testified
before the Senate canal committee that
he favored building the canal by con
tract. Following a conference of the Presi
dent with Secretary Taft, Secretary
Loeb gave out a formal statement that
"the Secretary of War and the Canal
Commission will thoroughly examine
into the qualifications, experience and
achievements of Mr. Olliver and his
.associates and into the responsibility
of the sureties." Mr. Taft's letter in
formed Mr. Olliver that the President
was very much inclined to give the
contract to Mr. Olliver and his associ
ates, but that he would not surrender
his right to reject all bids.
CALLS BOOKER SENATOR
PORAKER TAKES FXIXQ AT
NEGRO LEADER'S ACTIVITY.
Amusing Episode of Brownsville In
quiry Dlscliarged Soldiers Say
Townsmen Did Shooting.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. Five witnesses
were examined today in the Brownsville
inquiry by the Senate committee on mili
tary. All. were members of the dis
charged battalion of negro soldiers ex
cept ex-Sergeant Luther Thornton, of
Company B. He testified that, when
aroused by the firing on the night of Au
gust 13, he was under the impression
that the barracks were being fired upon
by people of the town.
The next witness called for by Senator
Foraker was Winter Washington, and
Senator Overman asked if he had said
"No." said Mr. Foraker, "Booker Wash
ington is too busy attending to his Sena
torial duties to come here." He referred
to the interest of Booker T. Washington
in the question of having a negro ap
pointed to a Federal position in Ohio,
patronage which has been regarded as
belonging to the Senators from Ohio.
Washington's Idea of the Brownsville
affair . was that "Mexican greasers" and
"Texas cowboys" had done the shooting
in order to make trouble for the negro
HOrSE PASSES HARBOR BILL
Adds Provision for Survey of Mis
' sourl River Channel.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. The' House to
day completed and passed the river and
harbor appropriation bill, carrying more
than JSO.000.OuO. with sundry amendments,
all of which were suggested by the chair
man of the committee. Burton. Among
the Important amendments adopted were:
For the maintenance and continuing of
the improvement of the Chicago River,
J200.000. being an increase of $1SO.OOO.
A survey of the Missouri River was
authorized, from its mouth to Sioux City.
A bill amending the naval appropriation
bill was taken up and made the continu
MAKE OPPONENTS RESPONSIBLE
Democratic Senators Wash Hands of
Santo Domingo Treaty.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. Democratic
Senate leaders decided today that the
Republican leaders must take the entire
responsibility, If a treaty with Santo Do
mingo continuing the present financial
relations is ratified.
INDIANS MUST HOLD LAND
Senate Rejects Provisions Recom
mended by Special Committee.
. WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. The Indian ap
propriation bill received rough handling
by the Senate today. The amendments of
the committee, especially those suggested
by the special committee which went to
th Indian Territory last Summer to in-
yestigate conditions, were nearly all re
jected on points of order.
The provision which allowed full-blood
Indians of the Indian Territory to sell
their surplus land was defeated by a voto
of 31 to 82. which leaves in force the pro
vision of the law known as tha McCumr
amendment, prohibiting the alienation of
such land, for 25 years.
The debate on the bill today was con
fined to the amendment allowing land
n'lenation. Stone made the principal
Fl3ch for the amendment and Spooner
the principal argument against it.
May Retreat Before Blizzards.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. The Senate to
day passed a bill providing that no home,
stead entry upon public land shall be
canceled because of the failure of the
entryman thereon to hereafter reside up
on the land during the months of De
cember, January. February and March.
In computing ,the homestead proofs, no
credit is to be given for the period of
Would Repeal Statehood Law. '
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. Representative
Murphy today introduced a bill to repeal
the act admitting Oklahoma ta state
hood, on the ground that the constitu
tional convention of Oklahoma and In
dian Territory had failed to comply with
the conditions of the Joint statehood act.
Lady Cook to Visit Roosevelt.
NEW TORK, Feb. 7. Lad,y Cook will
visit President Roosevelt in Washing
ton Saturday to confer with him on
the subject of woman's rights. Lady
Cook is the widow of Sir Francis J.
Cook, and has a New York home.
' District Attorney for Alaska.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. The President
today cent to the Senate the nomination
of John J. Boyce, of California, to be
L'nlted States Attorney for Division No. 1
SOONERS IN PEACE VALLEY
Valuable Claims Secured by Private
Tip From Ottawa.
VICTORIA, B. C, Feb. 7. Sooners,
acting on pointers received from Ottawa,
and reported to have grabbed a large
portion of 3,500,000 acres of land in Peace
River Valley, granted to the Federal
Government by British Columbia under
the settlement act of 1884.
Though the land was surveyed last
Summer, It has not yet been handed over
to the Dominion, but a reliable authority,
who has just returned from Peace River
Valley, says that a large number of valuable-
coal and agrlculaural areas have
already been staked out by friends of
the government now in power.
Residents of the Valley say that the
etakers have received assurances that
when the land is formally turned over
their staklngs would, be respected.
MAKE ROOSEVELT MEMBER
North American Game Association
Acts on His Application.
QUEBEC. Feb. 7. At the annual meet
ing of the North American Fish and
Game Association, held here today, an
application for membership was received
from President Roosevelt and favorably
acted upon. The President drew the at
tention of the organization to the report
that a herd of buffalo in a wild state had
been seen In Alberta. Canada, and sug
gested that the provincial government
see that this herd be given protection.
TO END THEATER NUISANCE
Manager lYoliman Decides to Stop
NEW YORK, Feb. 7. Asserting that
speculation In theater tickets had
brought about much criticism and 111
feleing against the managers of theaters
in New York City, Daniel Frohman to
day announced that a conference of the
managers of many of the theaters in the
city had decided to end the nuisance by
allowing no speculation and discontinu
ing the sale of tickets to agents and man
agers of news stands in the more Impor
tant hotels in Manhattan.
REVOLT IN ARGENTINE.
Rebels Are Reported to Have De
feated Government Forces.
NEW YORK, Feb. 7. Reports received
here today state that a revolutionary out
break has occurred in San Juan, Argen
tine Republic, in which the rebels defeated
the government forces and seized the
reins of government. A number of men
are reported killed and wounded in the
THE DAY'S DEATH RECORD
Ex-Congressman B. W. Harris.
BRIDGEPORT, Mass., Feb. 7. For
mer Congressman Benjamin W. Harris
died at his home here today, aged' S3
years. He was known in Congress as
the "father of the new Navy."
Jsabelle Urquhart, Actress..
ROCHESTER, N. Y., Feb. 7. Isa
bel le Urquhart, the actress, died here
Beach Bill Lost In House.
SALEM, Or., Feb. 7. (Special.) The
bill by Senator Beach, requiring the Gov
ernor to appoint on the Board of Text
book Commissioners at least two prac
tical educators was defeated In the House
this morning by a vote of 17 ayes, 39
noes, 4 absent. Speaker Davey led. the
opposition against the proposed change
in the personnel of this board, and he
was ably assisted by Newell and Camp
bell. Those supporting the bill in the de
bate that preceded its defeat were Bev
erldge, McCue and Freeman.
"There is no demand whatever for this
legislation, said Campbell, "other than
from the teachers themselves. Not a
word of complaint has been found with
the work of the Commission. On the
same grounds that the educators of the
state demand representation on this com
mission It Is Just as reasonable to ex
pect that when the proposed Railroad
Commission is created, that at least two
members thereof must be men engaged
in or interested in the railroad business,
because they are acquainted with the de
tails of the railroad business. The law
is right as it now stands, and should not
be amended in this important particu
lar." Parker Backs Vp Roosevelt.
NEW YORK, Feb. 7. Alton B. Parker,
addressing the Maryland Society hert to
night, said he believed the President had
the right to discharge the negro soldiers
at Brownsville, and was Justified In using
that power. He condemned the interfer
ence of the legislative branch of the gov
ernment and attributed its action in the
matter to political mohtives.
Great Discovery In Egypt.
LONDON, Feb. 8. The Times an
nounces this morning the sensational
discovery by Theo Davis at Thebes or
mummy of the- famous Egyptian Queen
Every odd piece we have in the
entire stock goes on sale at
just one-third . less than the
, regular price. Drawers, cor
set covers, chemise, gowns and
skirts, and if you can find
what you want in the
assortment, you save
This week ivill be one that you will never forget. Prices slashed again. The Odd Lots Sale
goes forward with a rush. A 11-week bargains augmented by these Timely Friday Specials.
Women's Ext. Size
WOMEN'S EXTRA SIZE ME
RODE COTTON UNION
SUITS, medium weight, long
sleeve, ankle length. Sizes 40-42-44,
$1.50 vaL f)Q
Spec'l, garment... V',,
WOMEN'S VESTS, Merode
make, silk and cotton, low
neck, sleeveless, hand finished,
silk trimming, ankle and knee
length tights to match. Vests
in sizes 3, 4 and 5. Tights all
sizes. Regular $1.00 GQn
WOMEN'S LACE HOSE, im
ported black lace hose, assort
ed styles, have spliced heel and
double sole. 75c vals., AQgs
Special, today 'ut
WOMEN'S HOSE, .black mer
cerized lisle, spliced heels,
double sole, 50c vals., 90r
CHILDREN'S HOSE, broken
lines of 15c and 20c black
cotton hose, 1 fir
CHILDREN'S HOSE, broken
lot up to 25c pair. fOf
MISSES' VESTS, white lisle,
long sleeve, neatly trimmed,
ankle length pants to match.
35c values. . Special 1Qn
BOYS' BLOUSE WAISTS,
light shades, also white madras
blouses. Regular 50c OQ
value; special, today.
Specials from the
Decorated. ' German China,
gold-lined and decorations are
pink flowers, specially priced
4-Piece Tea Sets, sugar, creamer
and spoon holder, regularly
worth $1.00 the GOt
set; special 11
4-Piece Tea Set, regularly worth
75c. Special, sf
only i. 7L.
8-Inch Plates, in assorted col
ors, regularly worth $5.00
the dozen. C ? zf C
8-Inch Plates, worth $2.75 the
8-inch Plates, with gold decora
tions, regularly $3.00 the doz-
Haviland China, very-special
bargains in the following sets:
Salad Sets, of 7 pieces, that
sell regularly for d0 AO
$4.75, spec'l p0.tO
Salad Sets, of 13 pieces, worth
$5.65 the set, for QQ
Oat Meal Sets, of 13 pieces, reg-
Coffee Sets, of 17 pieces, reg.
worth $9.60; spe- Ovf CJ?
Soup Sets, of 14 pieces, regu
larly worth nn
$10.15;' special ...Py uu
Roast Sets, 15 pieces, worth
$11.45 regular; T OO
DECIDE ON STOCK SHOW
COMMITTEE HOPES TO EQTJAIj
1905 FAIR EXHIBIT.
Say Project Can Be Financed Read
ily and That Easterners
Portland will have a livestock show In
the Fall designed to equal if not surpass
the great livestock exhibition of the Lewis
and Clark Exposition. The special com
mittee of the Chamber of Commerce ap
pointed by President Reed met yesterday
afternoon and practicably decided to hold
the show and will mat again Saturday
afternoon to arrange preliminary plans
and to determine on a site.
Those who attended the meeting were
Charles E. Ladd. Richard Scott and H. C.
Campbell, all of whom are highly en
thusiastic over the Idea. M. D. Wisdom,
the other member of the committee, was
unable to attend, but his support is as
sured. W. P. Olds was originally ap
pointed on the committee, but said he
could not find time to serve.
. Few details were discussed yester
day, but the members were all of opin
ion that the business men of Portland
are willing to support the movement and
it was said several large cash subscrip
tions were waiting. These subscrip
tions were offered without solicitation,
as no steps have been taken to raise
money, and are taken to show that pub
lic sentiment favors an exhibition. It is
believed the necessary money can be
raised in a few days after a definite plan
has been adopted.
XoLbiiur was said relative to the u
PORTLAND AGENTS LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
Ten Hourly Shoe
From 8 to 9 A. M.
SMALL GIRLS' SHOE In button or lace; many
styles in fancy and plain leathers J all have first
class soles and uppers, and are well made through
out; spring heels; sizes 5 to 8. Value to 7Cks
$1.50 ' 7C
Same in small sizes, 1 to 6 49c
From 9 to 10 A. M.
WOMEN'S WARM SLIPPERS Made in the best
grades of felt and of kid leather; black fur trimmed.
The felt ones are trimmed with different colored fur,
and fitted with leather or wood covered Cuban heels.
No better felt goods than these are to ti 1 IZQ
be had. Regular value to $2.50, now P
$1.69 grades, now $1.39
$1.39 grades, now 89
From 10 to 11 A. M.
WOMEN'S SLIPPERS Made in many styles; full
2000 pairs of every pattern and design imaginable
straps, bows, lace, ribbon ties, fitted with different
height heels; all have hand-turned soles. We can as
sure you that you will have no trouble in finding
something that will please you ; all sizes, but not in
each style. "Value to $3.50. Clearance QQ
From 11 to 12 A. M.
PATENT KID DRESS SHOES Made by Val Dutten
hofer & Sons. Have hand-turned sole, with and
without tip. Most all have medium height Louis
heels. The grade of shoes is splendid
and will be a bargain; $5 values
From 12 to 1 P. M.
MEN'S HIGHEST GRADE SHOES-Made in patent
and calf leather, button or lace; last and styles only
found in the very best grades. We shall include in
this lot broken lines of as good shoes as can be
made, in value to $6.00. kSale
A lot fine silk and wool 'colored dress goods, a
splendid assortment of colorings and lengths, regard
less of what the regular price was, today they sell for
BLACK JAP SILK, 27 in. wide, worth $1.00 "70n
the yard, for " OC
WHITE JAP SILKS, 27 and 36 inches wide, regular
$1.00 qualities special this week, the 7 Q.
From Second Floor Suit Department
WOMEN'S SUITS in short jacket effects, most of them in fancy mixed materials, and some in rich plain
black, made-in stylish models, nicely trimmed "and there are suits in the lot that have sold for as high as $35 ea.
This is a final clearing out of about 150, and to make them go at a very lively rate, for today &Q OC
we sell them for only '. fZ7.0D
WOMEN'S COATS, half fitting and loose back style, also a few in the swagger Empire effects, mostly in
fancy mixed materials, and worth as high as $25 each. " GA Q f
Special for today p.Z70
CHILDREN'S COATS, in fancy mixtures and plain colors, for children 6 to 14 years of age. A lot of
about 75 to clean up at once, and to make quick selling we are going to cut the regular prices 1
($4.50 to $18.50) in half
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS Cream colored cotton,
medium or heavy weight. Regular $1.00 value; spe
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS Silver gray worsted,
worth to 90c; special 33
BOYS' UNDERSHIRTS Winter weight, cotton, reg
ular 35c value; special 18
. . : .1 -Katncv Wiitpd bv Dan
nuai expuaiiiun . .
McAllen and others, but this will be taken
up later. Mr. McAiien ana
friends believe that an exposition, ought
to be held in connection with the live
stock show. ,
The livestock show is to last a week or
more. Support of the Eastern and Cali
fornia livestock men is assured, as ever
since the Lewis and Clark Fair they have
Deen corresponams wmi 1 11 u .
stock men, requesting that another ex
hibition De neia. x-rvimn"'-
of the East are making arrangements to
send a tralnload of prize-winners out to
the Coast in the Fall for exhibition pur
poses. Arrangements will be made to
have the tralnload in Portland when the
livestock show is held and there will be
many other exhibitors from the East.
Not until the show at the Fair did Ore
gon have a reputation for exceptionally
fine livestock. Then the Oregon exhibit
ors were brought .into close competition
with the Eastern exhibitors and they
surprised even themselves, carrying off
the majority of the prizes.
One reason why the Eastern exhibitors
are anxious to come to the Northwest is
that they regard this as a comparatively
LONG SIGNS 25 PLAYERS
Manager or Seals Starts Practice
With Ten Pitchers More to Come.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 7. (Special.)
Danny Long is wondering if there are
enough hotels at Bakersfield to house his
horde of seals which he will take South
with him the first of March. Long has
signed 25 players and there are still a
few more blank contracts In his pockets.
"I will start oft with ten pitchers, at
least," remarked Long today, who will
soon announce his list of players, "and
I may have more. If half of them make
OF PRETTY VALENTINES
and Dress Goods Specials
good I will be more than pleased. Wheel
er and Henley will do to begin with.
A contract has been sent Arrelanes, who
sent me his terms, which I accepted."
Long is undecided about first base,
though Nick v'illiams is liable to get the
first chance at it. Mohler, of course, will
be at second and Irwin will likely play
third, though there Is some difference over
salary matters. Hildebrand and Spencer
will be two of the outfielders, but the
other is In doubt. Danny has signed an
outfielder by the name of Shaughnessy
for the third garden, and he has fine
recommendations. He has been up in the
big league, having played a short session
with Washington, but he worked in the
"Millionaires' League" last season.
"I have a strong notion that my Hono
lulu pltoher. Joy, will make good in this
league," said Long. "If he is only half
what they say he is he will do. He
has been hitting over 400 right along
down In the islands and tbey have some
Moneyback wasn't a word. Schilling's
Best had the meaning and made it.
Relieve Nasal Catarrh, allay inflamma
tion, soothe and heal the mucous mem
brane, sweeten and purify
the breath. Best gargle
for Sore Throat. 60c. or
$1. Druggists or mail.
l It's Goody
Give instant relief in Ronr Rtnmncri
Heartburn, Nausea, all discomforts of
indigestion' and dyspepsia. Pleasant
and economical. Medium size, 25c;
Large, $1 ; Pocket, handsome aluminum
bonbonniere, 10c. Druggists or mail.
C. I. HOOD CO., Lowell, Maea.
From 1 to 2 P. M.
2500 PAIRS OF MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS
Any style, all most wanted patents and dull leathers,
blucher, 'button or regular lace, swing and straight
lasts; built with light soles for dress wear or heavy
double soles for hard service. It doesn't matter for
what purpose you want them, you can find just what
you want in this assortment. Come and take home
a pair of shoes. Worth up to $3 19
From 2 to 3 P. M.
WOMEN'S SHOES 2200 pairs, in patent leathers,
gunmetal calf and kid; come in button or lace style,
blucher or regular cut, and college or regular height;
welt and hand-turned soles, and new, stylish lasts.
Shoes well worth $4.00 the pair this d O f Q
week, special pJ.lZ
From 3 to 4 P. M.
WOMEN'S ODD LINES OF HIGH-GRADE SHOES
Made in hand-turned and welt soles, button or
lace; a large assortment, embracing styles and ma
terials found only in this grade of footwear. Man
nish effects and college designs; also all styles of
heels and toes. No better shoe made. Laird, Scho
ber & Co., Wright Peters, Hallahan & OQ
Son. Value to $6.00. Sale price pJ.QZJ
From 4 to 5 P. M.
GIRLS'' SCHOOL SHOES Made in several styles, in
box calf and kid leathers; good heavy soles; lace or
Sizes 5 to 8, regular $1.50, now $1.19
Sizes 8i2 to 11, regular $1.75, now $1.39
Sizes 1VZ to 2, regular $2.00, now $1.69
From 5 to 6 P. M.
BOYS' SHOES In tan or black, blucher or lace; good
heavy soles, with uppers of kid, calf and English
grain leathers. Sizes 9 to 2, regular $2.25, now $1.39 ;
2V2 to o'z, regular $2.75 value, QQ
BLACK TAFFETA, 23 in,
price $1.10 a yard, for.......
ODD LOTS of Fancy Suiting Silks, all stylish color
ings, from this season's choicest fabrics; regular
prices $1.00 to $1.50 the yard special this 70
BLACK DUCHESS SATIN, 21 inches wide, regular
price $1.25 a yard special this 7 O
week I OC
WOMEN'S HOSE Black lisle; great 25c value; spe
WOMEN'S FANCY HOSE-In black, white and fancy
stripes and shades; 50c value; special, per pair.29
WOMEN'S HOSE Fine black maco cotton, white
double sole; regular 50c value; special, pair 33c-
WOMEN'S OPERA-LENGTH HOSE-Plain or drop
stitch, fast black;. regular $1 value; special 48J
H. Liebes & Co.
J. P. Plagemann, Manager
Furs 135 Fifth
Odd Lots Corsets
Yes, odd lots, but they are the"
famous .Royal Worcester Cor
sets. We want you to help us
to free our stock from all short
lots at once, and you are al
most sure to find a moilel here
that will suit you. Odd
lots reduced one-third..
65c Hat Pins
Hatpins 15c Each An as
sortment of pretty Hatpins,
set wiih pretty peacock eyes,
in gold-filled and gold-plated
mountings; our reg. b-c val
ues; special at, each 15
Sterling Silver and Gold-Filled
Scarfpins for 25 A lot of
pretty sterling silver and gold
filled Scarfpins, in a great va
riety of designs; some worth
up to. 85c; special this sale at
only, each 25
Pretty Gold-Plated Bar Pins,
Special 5c Each A line of
Gold-Plated Bar Pins, in open
work and stone-set designs;
worth to 15c ; special today,
at, each 5
$1.50 Sterling Silver Gum
Boxes; Special for 75 c
Sterling Silver Gum Boxes, for
pocket use, to hold a regular
size package of gum ; our regu
lar $1.50 values; closing them
out at the special price of,
$1 Card Cases
Card Cases 65J Genuine seal
and walrus leather Card Cases,
lined with fine calf leather;
come in black, brown and tan.
Our regular $1.00 values; spe-
' cial for 65c
Children's Bead Purses, Special
49 An assortment of pret
ty imported Bead Purses, with
gold and steel bead designs, in
side metal frame, with chain
handles; our regular 65c val
ues; special for 49
Men's Hose Oyster gray, with
black stripes and figures; a
grade that usually sells for
20c; special IOC-
Men's Golf Shirts, plain or
plaited styles, have attached
cuffs; qualities worth $2 each;
special today $1.19
Men's Underwear Super
weight gray wool, shirts and
drawers, that sell regularly for
75c the garment 55
Men's Golf Shirts A broken
line; come in plain blue, tan
and fancy figured effects; reg
ular 75c shirts; special for
Still continues, and such val
ues in choice furs have never
before been offered to the
Portland public. This in
cludes ties suitable for
Spring wear, and very natty
in appearance. Every arti
cle in the house has been un
mercifully cut. We are now
prepared to remodel prompt
ly all fur garments.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR RAW FURS.
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