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THE OHEGON PATLT JOTON-ft. JQHTLATV TntntSDAT- ETEyiygV JAXTTr -t 4ftV;
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. THE COMPOSER OP THIS TUNE
ful and popular opera
Writes eilers piand house.
In Utter just received by Mr. Ellen from dustav
Luders, the popular composer, whose latest works, "King
Dodo" and the "Prince of Pilsen" bar mit with most phe
. nomenal success, he states as follows:
"Please accept my thanks for the use of the beautiful
Kimball Upright Piano at my apartments In the hotel. The
piano Is simply perfect In every particular. In fact, the beau
tiful tone qualities and its delightful touch gava me the In
spiration for a charming melody to be heard In my next opera.
Very sincerely yours,
(Signed) QUSTAV LUDERS
Portland's Finances are
; ; Improving
Mort f tick Wmtd. Fire Rtfo
' BaUnce on Hand.
' City .Auditor Devlin submitted his an
nua) report, at i o'clock yesterday after
- noon, as was announced by The Journal
would be the case. The report, as h
Whole, is quite encouraging, inaitmuoh as
It shows that the city Is In a better con
dition, financially, than It was expected
would be the ease two months una. The
very respectable balance of KS.lOT.iB In
th genera fund Is shown. With th de
rtnfroh -from thf umoui of salaries for
December and current ullls, there will
still be left something like $11,000 us a
.- AlBr b balance available for the
payment of December bills, there Is the
general lund, as already shown, of more
. han mxx. The bonded indebtedness In-
fund. (17i.6X.ITt. improvement bond sink
ing fund, IU.407.U In the fund for the
Fir Department there Is !.17S.5S, an-)
tor the l'ollce Department fund $ti.5tS.4t'
Other items show: LJght fund, 21
street repair fund, f,5U.t: Unprovcmem
bond Interest fund, $l.627.3; street ami
- sewer Interest fund, H05.1S. The full en
timate of expense for the year have not
yet been made. Supt. Donaldson of llu
street cleaning and sprinkling acpnrt
nient, estimates those hi his department
at f74,tf7i The pound master figures It out
that ttXM will be required In his depuit
tneni: .i'rhe estimate of City Engineer
Klltott have not yet been made.
Th'loard of i'olloe Commissioners,
through Hecretary Kau, made Its esti
mate of expense for the Poiico Depart-
jnent, which It places at P&.om. The prin
cipal Item Is that of salaries t76.SJ2.
Among the other items are. for prison
er. 1, '; alarm system. Jl.ouu; contin
gent, f.TSi Other Items of estimated, ex
pense covet hcrses, bicycles, patrol
wogsn, Jail repairs, fuel, light, hrok! and
printing, telephone and telegram. These
-of- from - 7 up -to. -iuU-
Chlef of Police Mcl.auchln rfported a
total expense in the fugitive fund of iM.
' FIRE DEPARTMENT.
' (rt.-1rVrfder, aocrctary of the Board
f.twi. "',.... i .... i . . . ..... !
v ni .;44iiiuoHiouer, suouijiieu a state
ment of the, funnlpg expenses of the Fire
lfpartmeiit at a total of UW.J0O, This
incftnle, " alBTftK. S,r ' - repaljw to
houses. J8.000; reiwlrs to appart-tus. $2.M0;
horseshoeing. If, 61; feed, Id.JW fuel. 12,
500 Ineidentato, hydrant repairs and Are
alarm and telegraph repairs. tl.OUO each,
other Irefns are rents, horse account, vet
erinary surgeon, harness and repairs,
stores, cistern reu)r, otllce expenses and
printing, etc. These Include totals of
from flTiO up to piW each.
In the annual report of the Fire Com
missioners, the installation of two en
gine eompanies and one t-ick company.
In addition to the present force, will be
recomanended. For new nvuterlal, the
following estimate was submitted:
l'oae . . ,. 3.oo oo
Horses . . . i.ooo TO
Hydrants , 4t000 uu
Fire alarm telegraph, new boxes
and new construction ,500 00
.1 20.0(10 (0
-Thl U'iturbanue central off the mouth
or the Columbia River yesterday morn
ing lias moved rapidly eastward and Is
now central over Montana, It caused
general rains, in ' some instances ac
companied by snow, in this district, and
high winds along the cost. The high
est velocity reached was 0 miles an
hour at North Head. The storm warn
ing ordered displayed at Ml seaports In
Oregon and Washington "Sunday night
were lowered this morning.
The Indications are for partly cloudy
weather In this dixtrict during the next
3 hours, except In North west eru Ore
gon and Western Washington, where
showers are expected to prevail Friday
afternoon. There will be a gradual fall
In the temperature at all stations.
Western . Oregon Tonight. partly
cloudy, cooler. Friday, ioudv with
probably occasional shower north por
Alon: variable winds, mostly northerly.
Western Washington Tonight, partly
eloady. Friday, probably occasional rain
otith to west winds.
Easter Washington and Idaho To
night and Friday, partly cloudy; prob
Eastern Oregon Tonight .and Friday
partly cloudy; probably cooler tonight
A. B. WOI.LABKR.
' Acting Forecast Official.
, AH railroad tiket BIRcea
nnut noon today, and the freight and
general offices are closed th whole day.
Kvery retail business bouse remains
open until noon and the wholesale hpuse
until tomorrow morning. However,
fnany- bookkeepers , wrr4 -t - work
tbla morning cleaning p their work for
V BOlie ooart Will be held today m
account ot th -NW- Tear. J .-' :
Permanent Exhibit at
Meeting of Subscribers Yesterday- j
A permanent exhibit of Oregon products
and an Informatoin bureau about Ore
gon, to be located at the Union Depot,
Is at last a reality. Articles of incur
poratien will be filed this week for such
an enterprise, after which officers will
be elected, and the gathering of articles
for exhibition purposes will be com
William KIlllnsB worth, Charles E.Iadd,
I.. O. Clarke, V. H. Beharrell and Colonel
Hi C. Judaon will act as Incorporators.
This was decided upon at a meeting of
the subscribers late yesterday afternoon.
About 116,000 has been subscribed for the
purpose of establishing such an exhibit.
At yestsrday' .meeting aver io per cent
of the stock was represented b'Those
present, among whom were:
W. L. KUllngsworth, H. Wittenberg. A
Julius 1 Meier, J. C. Ainsworth, A. I..
"Jalg, Colonel F. V. Drake, T. B. Potter,
Whitney L. Boiae and W. E. Coman.
Hy virtue of being chairman of the solic
iting committee, Mr. KUllngsworth acted
as chairman. Colonel F. V. Drake was
appointed secretary pro-tern and A. II
Devers assistant secretary pro-tem. The
meeting was very enthusiastic and the
question of who Is to have churge of the
exhibit aroused considerable dUcuHHlon.
Colonel Drake reported that many of the
HUhsorlbers wlnhed Messrs. KIlllnEHWorth.
Uidd, Clarke, Beharrell and Judson to act
as an executive committee of five. This
aroused A. H. Devera, who vehemently
stated that In his opinion much better
results would be attained If the commit
tee be Increased to nine. This Idea was
scouted by Mr. Wittenberg, ably second
ed by Mr. Coman. After some discus.
wlon a compromise was agreed to accord
ing to a motion made by Mr. Boise.
Air. Boise moved that the mentioned
nve Da appointed to act as a committee
to file articles of Incorporation, after
which another meeting of subscribers be
-held at w-rrtch-the- ijttestlon-he again taken
up and a ruling be made at that time.
At a special meeting held by the Coun
cil nquor license committee yesterday
afternoon, a number of applications for
licenses were reconsidered for which ap
plication had been made at a former meet
ing. Some of these the committee had
previously declined to grant. The com
mittee decided to allow John Elskamp a
ucrnse ior ine naager saloon at the cor
ner of Fourth and Davis streets. The ap
plications or tne following were rejected:
Ulaslef Brothers & Co., the Paris House,
uavis street, upstairs- L, A. Carkls-
mo, the All Nations saloon, 64 North
Third street: Fred de Rock. 2 North Third
Birel; waiter j. Halght. the Home
rtancn. mt and S49 Couch street; R. W.
i auerson, to isorth Fourth street: Frank
May, 85 North Second street, and Frank
jise, , worth First street.
No further consideration of th rmi.
cation of Joseph Gugllelmo will be taken
vuuiu; v-uuri snau nave con-
ciuaea m. settlement of his estate.
Double licenses on all saloons conducting
upstairs bars was. decided upon by the
committee. it is not unlikely that a
double license, amounting to $800, will be
charged for those who conduct a bar
oa the first and second floors ..h
tion is favored by the members of the
committee generally, and will probably
imu a. ounnite rule to that
c-ueci ai we next meeting.
MORE HOMESEEKERS COMING
Many North Pakotans are looking to
wn urexoH' as tneir future home.
nine since one man who settled
cr r urove was so well pleased
-uii in. experiences mat be spread the
suu uuins among nis old neighbors in
North Dakota. As a result, from the
community In which he formerly resided '
uui less man iou naye already or will
emigrate very soon to Oregon. This
North Dakotan declares that the Ore
gon ralns-are not at all objectionable tn
him. They are far more to be desired j
" cnmaie wnere ne declares It Is
mo cold In winter that It is extremely
uuuKerouB xw ger more tnan 300 yards
iivra ones Bresiue.
Th Cisr Pra ClBb Of Wwrtbu a,lll 1
, mwtln Saturday evening for th
purpose of adODttaa? a set of hr.i...
v"jrM hr wir.'ui
& mora fantnil lAgkaitlnn I. I I
r unctions in the MQ?$ldIkys v
Long Since Passed
.. By K. IC .
Any observance of New Tear's Day (n
Ore eon In the food old Knickerbocker
style goes far enough back In history to
make Interesting reading. Especially as
the rumors one hears of a possible resur
rection of tbe old calling customs never
materialise. A few of the ladles who
played a prominent part In the old festiv
ities have given some glimpses of the day
us they knew It. ,
One pioneer . who has, been a .leader in
society all her life prefers to "give her
experience under the nom de plumaofj "One
of the Oldest Bodies in Oregon." Her
recollections of New Tear's go-back as
far as im. Her family moved to Oregon
In lSuJ fld that very next .first day of
January they threw the house open to
callers. There was not much attempt at
style nor many caller to come, but It
made a connecting link across the plains
between the old and new homes.
After that .first year it grew to be a
general custom among her friend.' Some
time a number of them received to
gether, or met at some home Id the even
ing for a jollification. They all kept lists
of their caller In a special book. It was
y "If. V
t ( i
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A Msrtin Derry In "Shor Acres" at th Marquam Qrand Thaatr Tonlghi.
Rurprlsing to see how the names -changed.
Perhups there would not be more than
three or four of the Mime ones In the lists
of two years. So many men were com
ing und going Interested in this thing
and that; not settled to any positive
place or business just out making up
their minds where they wanted to locate.
In the Winter of 1855 or 1826 thla mother
of Orrgun spent her holidays away from
her own Juune, The weather on New
Year's Day was usually much' a It t
this year, but then a heavy falj of snow
made it a real Eastern New Year. When
Rhe came home on the 2d or 3d she found
the names of her callers scratched In the
snow from the gate to the door and back
BRINGS BACK MEMORIES.
Mrs. Henry E. Jones regrets the passing
of the old celebration very much. She
would like to live over some of the old
'ays when her large home had Hs bevy
of excited maidens receiving ail the after
noon and dancing away the evening with
friends who came In to give an added
festivity to the day. . The stairs used to
befefull of couples resting after the giddy
whirl and wishing one (mother all sorts'
of Jgood .Juck for the new year. , Some
tiroes when she is sitting In, the hall alone
If all comes back so plainly It Is quite
Mrs. Jones believes the responsibility for
the dying out of the custom belongs to
the men, who took that ODuortunltv of
t6rcfhgfh"e!r,'way' Info" homes" where imey
were unacquainted and unwelcome. It led
to unpleasant after experiences, and as
the ladles could not refuse to see one
and receive another, all had to suffer
DEARER THAN CHRISTMAS.
To Mrs. John McCracken the day waa
always more welcome than Christmas.
Her family believed In a religious ob
servance of the 25th.. All th family gifts
were exchanged on New Tear Day. In
the early times everyone knew everyone
else, so a reception was like a great home
party. There was nothing elaborate about
the preparations at all. A few simple
decorations were all they attempted, for
there were no florists and no-one thought
Yesterday afternoon the children of
St. Mary's Cathedral Sunday School held
their Christmas tree celebration. It vt(
a most beautiful tree that had been ar
ranged for the glad occasion. TlZere
was a crowd of merry children .that
filled the room to the wall. Archblshoo
Christie was present, a were several
members of th local clergy,
Bisters Juliana, Aim ere and . RoaarJo
o. u tj.u..i . .r.i.. r...
CbrUtmas Tree." Evelyn Mooney; "Glory
.j . . '.rrr 9
du.t, Kelw X-lghUier and llarlon jr-
Account -of Socie ty's
bf using Ore(5nifTpe. Sometime"' ther
were sad Wlntr.roes for th tables, Just
as there ar tht-yeer. -
1 Mrs. McCracken thinks of the old
Trinity Church, as a very dear part of
her, New- Year. , Thwo used'alwayil; t-be
a service therat J0:S0 lir th morning:"
It Is one. of thernany memorta connected
with the Church that made ' its " lbs a
feal sorrow, -
' Mrs. Qeorid Blory remembers the day.
too, as delightful, because the first com
ers were so Well gcauainted. As Port-,
(and began to grow and new faces found
their- w)s lnt tbe home, she saw-' lass
and lea Ot the. festivities. Mora slabor-
St preparations .wer needed, and with
er little family to care for ana swvanu
feo difficult to get, she found It too much,
for bar. 8h always expected to receive
again when her children were old enough
Jo be with ber, but by that time th old
Charm of the day had worn off, and the
observance was) almost at an end.
IN THE FIFTIES.
The earliest recollection Mrs. Jacob
Kamm has of . a real "At Home," with
pretty tables, dainty viands, expectant
young ladles and hosts and hosts of gal
lants dropping in with New Year wishes
wa 'Me.. In t he fifties,, when she was a
joung gin visiting at the old Millard
name, on Fourth street where Mr. Ed
wuiu iwiran s unaenaxing parlors are
now located. The callers began coming
mm uay oerore 13 0 clock, .and It was
after 9 In the. everting before -the last one
naa nis cup of tea' and bowed himself out
After her murrlagef a few years later,
she saw very little bf Portland's New
i ear lestivities. for Mr. Kamm and she
spent almost every Winter for years In
California or some Eastern city. She
oiten neipeo out of town friends receive,
anu oiu, occanlanally, keep open house
when she happened to be In Portland
cpeeially if th. re were young lady guests
in ine nouse. r
THANKS TO THE HEN
today I.h the fifty-first ahnlversarv of
Abigail Scott Dunlwav'a nettling
i.. r. ... .
in "ii-gDii, unu me memories are not very
-- mi imii'k. i nner, a family of moth
er.esa inns in a strange, countrv with
little to do with and tired ' and discour
aged by their .-xperience In crosetng the
plains did not look forward very eagerly
to New Year's Day In Lafayette. But
they had a caller who lightened thing up
wonderfully. An old speckled hen was-
urreu into men woodshed and leHKi New
Year egg. While Biddy was stirPcack
llng her adieuo. her eager hostesses beat
up a one-eKge rake and, contrary to all
Hitieueius, i up tneir refresh
A LIST OF THE CALLERS.
a list of the caller of long ago would
oe interesting The baby of one pioneer
home remembers some of the men who
endeared themselves to her by their gifts
.mui, attentions. Bne has never for
gotten one NoW Tear's Day when she sat
n her high chair at the table In the dln
Ingroom un tea with each calier
l?f'm , tiny new cup that were the
m. i. 1 lnenV Tner were Theo.
Minor Mr. Randall, J.JB. . Wyatt, . Ms.
leri Mr' L1"". Tom Davl 8am
u..l -J' Z.' BcnuyMr' John R. Foster.
Harry North run r... r,
" caiiu manv. Tnantr At has
vost; dialomia ktm
WhJt Anme kotov, LuoiU
Vrhyte and Isabelle 'Springer Santa
Cluus' Tronhio- r ; o"u
vi . T lroub'e." Jame
Viola Barenatecher. ;
NOT GUILTY OF LARCENY
JTf' K,Il' aM '' Trammeu ap
peared In the Municipal Court yestertUy
in answer to tho comptelnt Of U. O.
if mI ,Wh0, chare rnm with larceny
of his furniture to .tho value of -10
il i.- .tMr naaiti m the evidence
,,e ofre theni for room
rent, which h declared Alanself unaMe
to pay at the present time. To aacur
ihemaeiy,, tby iejd hi furniture, sine
there waa n
charged, th tetnT dJamST
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Th Mawiuam GrandWam A. Berne's
"Bhor Acres," under th management
oP Mrs. Werner ' .- ' - , -:
The Baker "A Temperance Town."
CI) lies ttoyfa Hay.
Ck.-!!, PaerafcsekeT. &alr
ltvan, Mack and TrumjuU.
fVederlcksburs; VaudwrUle,- contlnu.
The- Idarauam OrandWBhora Acres."
for th week, with maAlae on Saturday
af IOf O'ClOck. ; vli-i, - r- :
Baker "Temneranca Town.
the week,-with matinee en Saturday at
J:U o' alock. . , :r
Cordray'--"Irl8h Pawnbroker," for
the week, with matinee on Suturday at
3:15 o'clock., ,
. Fredericksburg Vaijideville each' night
. ''Maid Marian," the new De Kovea &
Smkh opera of the Bostonlan. . sequel
of "Robin Hood," was sung by them last-
flight at the Mmrquam Grand Theatre.
It' 1 destined to vie with, the older com-;
position for popularity among the thou
sand that Mtnualljr witness their per
formances. "Robin Hood" every one
know. TJity are familiar with th de
lightful comedy of Barnab, the vet-.
eran, a th Sharlff of Nottingham: with
the gallantry of Robin Hood, a part often
changed)' for . till cast, with tbe pretty
sentiment of Alan-a-Dle for the pretty
Annabel', both role having bean often
given to new members; with th beauty
and warm-heartedness of Marian; with
th droll wit of Friar Tuck, always play
ed by Frothlngham; with the faithfulness
of Little John, Mr. MacDonald's part,
and with the funny Dame Burden and
Guy of Qlsbom.
"Maid Haitian" continues all of these
character wlh little alteration.
The scenes are laid: Act 1, in the park
surrounding the castle of the Barl of
Huntington. Act II, in the camp of the
Crusaders In the desert, with the City
f Acre. In the distance Act III, In the
great banqueting hall of the Huntington
The. plot carries out tne wea. oi "Din
Hood." with th lnflrigu by the Sheriff
Of Nottingham, who desires to separate
Robin and Marian, and marry the latter
to Qisborn. Robin has gone to the Holy
Land to fight fo the cross, under tho
banner of Kmg Gorge. In his absence,
Nottingham get his massive eye and
eagle bruin" Into working order again,
and secures forged letters showing Robin
Unfaithful to the King and to Marian,
with whom he had finally been united
at the 'finale' of the other opera. Not
tingham also has an order from the
King for Marian marry such suitable
husband as Nottingham may select. Not
tlnghnrn charges Robin with affairs with
Orlenr women, und generally perturbs
Marian, who Join the others, all going
to the Holy Land to meet Robin and find
him still wearing the insignia of those
who fight the Saracens, 'and remaining
true to Ws Bnrlish love.
They return. to England for the last act,
when there 1 the usual denouement
necessary to anything but a tragedy, with
1tt6' iovWH; irtei end tmci wrtlWi -happily,,.
and the scheming fellows spoiled in all
The first act Is satisfactory, while the
second ' is brilliant with beautiful cos
tuming, ami tho third is simply a triumph
for Baranbec. In five minutes the great
old comedy singer was Interrupted five
times with prolonged applause. His lines
are one succession of bright repartee and
Olive Celeste Moore w charming last
night a Alan-a-Dale. Her song. "THI
Me." was sung with artistic finish, and
with svmpathy that Is mor marked thnn
Intheslriglnrof Miss Van Studdlford, who
Rings the Marian In both operas. Miss
Studdlford. as to technique. Is well nlirh
perfect. She controls her voice with
never a flaw In rendition from the me
chanical point of view. Yet there Is a
suggestion of a lark of the sympathy
that, added to her qualities, would make
her all of great In the role. However,
she pleased the audiences and elicited re-
enlls each time. Her manner of acting
Miss Alice Judson as Lady Vivian wa
nromlnent h the first net. and sustained
hersetf -with rredlt,- stngtng und acting
with grent skill.
Mr. Weeden sang Robin Hood last
night, alternating with Mr. Gordon..
Neither Is made for the part, although
there Is much of excellence In the work
of each. Th deficiency . He In. the too
short .stature.. Mr. Weeden Is not Mr,
Gordon's equal as a singer.
The audience was as always when the
Bostonlans come brilliant, and so large
as the size of the theatre permitted.
Costly Orana Plaao.
Two exquisite masterpieces In the form
of hig-h art Parlor Grand Pianos that at
tracted such marked attention from mu
sicians and connoisseurs during the re
cent Holiday exhibition of Eilers Piano
House were purchased by Mr. F. J.
Doernbecher and Mr. M. L. Hoi brook, and
delivered yesterday at their respective
mansions in Irvjngton and at Willamette
Heights, most appropriate and accept
able New Year a surprises at riieli home.
These beautiful pianos, made by Weber,
valued at 11.250 each, represent the most
perfect workmanship In every detail, and
the highest achievement in American
piano building. The cases are mad in
fanciest selected, genuine, mottled ma
hogany, th rims of ute instruments being-
built ud or glued together of 19 1
separate layers o .wood.1.jUie,..rala.. ?t I
which runs in opposite directions. These
beaui.tul pianos will, surely be heard
from, and that most favorably in Port
land musical circles.
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Marriage license bave been issued to
Nathaniel Rice and Maggie McDonald,
Elmer E. McQray and Anna E. McCar
thy, 'Edward T. Watt 'and . Mary E.
Burke. Earl A. Erlck and 'Adele Hol-
combe. Charles M. Menkies' afid HnHT
etta , Mae.Bamaay. -
Th Edward Kolman trnsrta.kln n
Tamhtlh. Choa 607.
fir i ' -
taly VCoa, fuasral director
id Mnalmers,hsv vmnoved to thsir
tw taBllniiit. Mmr -i
ldi stesot o phone & .
lias, sear ItUwMti moi.rn. -Jii-KVT
oomplsts. ChAnr -Adults, man- kti7:
jam, ass. Tisitors, to 8 p. m. rortlan
Brsaaauea aooiatlon. VorUaad, OrT
Clark avoa. for innn.
Multnotoaft Camo. N.
Veterans. AU member re reaiip.t
t meet tomorrow at 1 o'clock at Hol
ian' TJaderUklna PaMors to attend th
i uwra t m our wu comrsoe, John Baker;
' J. W. WILLBUN, CapUin. '
A. A. aTUARTrs)ecretary.
. . Marine and Stationary Boilers manufacture
r . Jedand repaired, and all kinds of boilers
" n altered tpincrease heating! surface, v -
85 TO 89 UNION AVE., PORTLAND, OR.
PHIL METCQHAM, ?(
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: A rMORAL JDEGEflERATE.
United SUte District Attorney Hall
received notification 'today VfrOm- Special
Agent bf the Potoffle DejpaVtment Clark
from PendIeto-tha.t" Is of Interest. ' He
say that he arrested Herbert J, , Mun
Jeli, a 15-year-old boy who rebbad the
postofflce at Alba, Ore.. December 1902, !
w. i ne ooy nag been committed to
the Umatilla County jail at Pendleton,
and will be tried before United States
Oomlsionr. HalKr Monday next.
All of the money has bean recovered. Th
boy: seems to be a sort of moral degen
erate, and was absolutely defiant of paren
tal cntoi. it Is probable that he will
get a reform school sentsnce, ,
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to real estate from th TR1 Ouarant
Trut Company, Chamber of Commarc.
Zf you wish th Dally renraal deliv
ered to your kom o otto hy earriex at
10 eant a wk, aaad la von ords i
Ongoa shoa Mate 600. r Colnnhi.
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