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KLAMATH VAhlM, ORBOOM, FRIDAY, OCTOBER in, 1911
BIG ELKS' BLOWOUT
MMOKIMJ ASM IIKUIKNIIMKNTM
HELPED IIV A I'lHKlllAM OP
HI'EE'IIEH, MONO, HTOIIV AMI
I'll ACTICAI. JOKKM
If nil) "Ho present nl tho Elks'
niinkiT Inil night doc hot fool lid lor
lor lmliiR attended ami fell th good
fellowship manifested by Ilia iiiembcrsj
lio mint have nerve Hint havo gouo,
lo u atnto of com. It was "somn"'
Miioker. Ill fact It Mi nliuoit n
nliliul-, from tho lnmlolui of npprvjnrlinod, to testify to tho uprightness,
ilnllvo uproar, which was sometimes charity nml fidelity of n brother mriii-
ilo.i to rlotoiu In chnrncti'r.
Tho inn tiimlp tho nun hnwi nnii
Kiulnii, nml rojolro Hint thoy hud nr-
Tho in-Mury wn. -uliannl by fine """ "' u,r,nln '",,,,,c n,r"- ,
lip.rl by tho exulted ruler, K. II. A" " "I'l'ortunlty. bo tboucht the
Hall story teller wlmi-o nrllrMlH,,",, "",1 V,nt h"wM ,oln 1,"u"," r
weronotiiitolb-.mT.'iuary.tnndnrd. " ,,",,, "ol " "' ''u fl,",,l,(.
nml n number of nrntiU wero innile
mid thu offemlen punliheil. Alter
-er)body Imd their fill of thu flrt
hictnllment of upeakliiK and liutnor,
thorv waa n vervlro of rvfreiilimeuU,
fulluwInK whlrli rnino miother liulaIN
uient of fun, which laitrd until qiilt
IIiir time, which la, arcordlnR to tho
..fflcUl Hiiio Inblo of tho Klki, II
Mr. Il.ll, m iir-ildlng: oracer. dldUmll ,, lt ,. ,n ih'rinl N,onil, nutp.lny!" a.ked Councllma-. Ch.rM
bliimelf proud n iiiuat, and hnndleil I)nnk (()ll (t wolM m,,, n- )iu ,( McHowau at Monday nlfht'a tneetlng
tho -jccaalon mcofUy. OprnlnR the ,f , ; )kt, ,no,t of ,,,. own ,,.; of tho city ,-alcra.
.penkln l-ro-ran. ho railed on 0, wltI ,lp ,,,, . ,llinjM ,,,r). hy. Indeed? wa practically he
Clinrli-a J, KcrRinon, tho deputy dli ,,.,, )wny , would tnke tho ntHludo of Councilman a. W. White,
Irlct attorney. tho iimko of tho char- ,(ll :,; , J Bpmena nnd .iit.n-' ' 'lwl h cW' lB,P"r
after of tho order nnd told aoiiiethliiR (( ,( ( MtnKII rrount, 4i that when no rKhl ,0 nl,ow " ,n ""I" wtt'r' ,P
of Ita hl-ttory from the time Charlea
Vltlan flrat orlRlnateil It, nml the'
daya when fifteen rhnrler membera,
held their meetliiR In the pnrlort of
Imr.rdlnR houiei In New York city,
tinny enra nRo. '
lln'dllntvd on thu charnclerlntlra of
ll.o i:ik which led lo "corvm alci-a"
beliiR adopted an tho t)po beil repre-l
ucntltiK tho qualltlea which tho mein-l
bera wlahcd to pattern cfter, iimib-J
trunlre, hut vlsuroun In the effort to,
inako rlcht tirnToll. noviir Ireminmliiu'
on tho rlRhta of other, hut valiant In'
dnfcndlng tho mother and tho )ouiir.I
Tho exalted ruler, followhiR Mr..
KerRUaon' nddrc-w, railed on Itomill
II. Dunbar, auporliitndent, to rIvo n
few remark from tho Uiiilmilnt of
an outildor. Mr. DunUar -aid that 1.1.
ImprvMlon of tho Klk wero prlncl
pntly gained from what ho nbivrvcd
In tho room lat night In the wny of
emblenl and decoration and mem
orle of tho time, lomn months back,
when a curtain roaming band of Klk
Kathored him In on tho t-treet, pined
him In Iron that aklnncd his ahln and
tried him, Imponlng n fine, which ho
bad not yot paid.
Ho M)ko favorably of tho plan of
tho Rika to ha-vn all who entered tho
lodRO door to leavo earn behind, and
mild ho nlwnH told the school teach
er to try to havo plenty of smile In
the achool room and forsnko tho won
rles of tho. rost of Ufa during ses
sions, as It was half tho bottle. Hn
xnftd that If the people would reallxo
tho advantages ot a sunny disposition
and carry It with them constantly, llf
would bo much easier. Arcordlng to
Mr. Dunbar, ho had often thought It
Home of tho rhurchos would hitch to
their train some of tho car of Ideas
tho Rika tried to Inculcate that the
churrhoa would be bettor. Ill ad
lire was full ot humor to offset tho
Big Reclamation Expenditures Next
Year According To Engineer Hopson
Supervising Jlnglntor H. P. Hopson
of the United States reclamation ser
vice arrival last ovtnlag from Port
land, nnd will spend the remainder ot
the. week Inspecting tho Klamath pro
Joe t. This morning, accompanied by
Project Engineer W. W. Patch, ha
wont to Lost River to look over the
work on the diversion eanal tad
dam.tt that nlaaa. "
Th rttlainaU tmU will tpnd
ncrliitiH nidi', iiihI highly npprccliiloit. i
Wlllnril Hmltli win nilli'il on for ii
hour written lu honor of thti I'oi tliunt I
ni'HltiK of i:ikH next )onr. nml rcu
ilcieil It lu it skilled ninimiT. I
l.lMclt-ii.nt flowiiur lllll.o o M Ivl
lu PPl. .. frle... o Ail.ni.r-- Napier
r hla illy, said ho I.a.1 traveled S.nno
lliltiK, iiinKMilrciit illilnnroii, wier
Ki'llc ii(ii)iiiillhiiii'nt of tin Intrepid
piiijiln of thu Wi'-it, nml tliu pretty
women lnri, whit h, ho until, wero the
fnlrint on -nrtli no mime occasional
iron., of tho Booth, whoto thceks luul
been fanned liy tho breeze of tho
lm. ioiiiu nil I ho wny to tho
Wont, ho Raid, on n lulniilon of broth
'bor, lurhlontnl lo bin trip bo would
I lonrn of tho political rpforiiw an In-tl-
iwlnl In Ihl ntnto, n tho Koutli wnn In
inretit need of ehniiKi'H lu iidmliilnrn-
nuuiii inn inn iihto inu Kxaim "i".
portuiillleii for KrlRht and liutllnR
meii, ittperlolly nn tho I'nnnmn cnu'nl
I would innke ,tho enllrn Dixie land
bloMom like u roue.
V. A. DeUell, when rnlled on,
proiil to bo full of run, nml hU witty
i-ullpi wero loudly n-celved. Amoii.
other tbliiRi, ho wni expected by I'x
nlteil Killer Hull lo tell what ho would
"";: ,;:;," . ,.. '.,, ,.., ',.,
.i.. ,. i. i... i ii.. .i
do If ho hnd n million. Ho wild ho
J (Continued rn l-aRoV)'
KIHTIIIt WHO IIAK HKKX
TAKIM1 KAMi Ol!T J)K OWIIUJI",
HK.X. WAHXKH TtJ I.KVK
,,AU,H. 0cl. in.lloward Holton
JnIllei,e n rch American IIvIiir In I'arln
nnd nephew of I'rof. William Jame.
tho noted pblloHopher, today has hit
choice of i-iilttlitR tho country at mien
or of beltiR nosasilnntcd becnuao of n
fight which ho Is waging nt-nln.t KlnK
(leorgo of Kngland.
Tho warning was pouted In I-omlun.
nml was written by n port-on evidently
well eil united nnd upon duo station
ary. It rends: ,
"Vou Inrernal coward! A liar,
)our dn)K uro numbered. A resoluto
baud Is determined to sllenco foro-er
tour scurrilous false attacks against
Kins tleorgo. Your host chance would
he to clear out If there ho tlmo loft
whlrli I doubt."
Jnmcs Ih tho inlllor of tho "Ubor
ntor," printed here, tho object of
which I to promote "an International
republic." This publication In 1910
piloted articles declaring King deorgo
to ho a blgnmist. Tho writer of thoso
ni Helen, an KnglUhman named B. P.
Mlus, I now serving a prlon torm
(or criminal llhol ngalnst tho king.
James ha spent n small fortuno
nmiroxlinatoly 1200,000 la Klamath
county next year, according to Mr.
Hopson. Tho main new work to bo
dono It building tho canal for the
Irrigation of the lauds in Poo valley,
and n strip of land.nlong the east side
of Lost Rlvr It also t6.be supplied
with1 water. New work next year
will racial-' an additional 8,000 acres
Ilrrvi'lliiK ovur Kiirojio Knthurlag tv'
li lire, which liu dcrlnrvH will prove
, Myliiin rlRht. In ovory Ustio of llio
"Liberator" I ho result of liM vnrch
'nut prlnlcil. Tim nuto lit an .inlomo
(.i (hlit publicity.
"I shall olny tight whero I nm,"
Mi'ilnrci .l-imi.fi. "I llilnk tlio whole
IhliiK I n bluff, prepared, vory prob-
n lit) by a H'otlntnl Yurd man, to ream
inu nut of tliu country.' I won': cnw.
f hi wo ri'imon to hollcvi), too, that nit
intuit of tliu United Btnto gi.tcrn-
mini I Imikliii, fittn liiv rfiBu lillll nn
, (l() lubcutIo 0, ,ho
.,.,-,,,. llt , Uol,.t thnk ,-,
HIBH SCHOOL STUOEMTS'
RECEPTION TO FRESHMEN
At tint high school tonight tho tu.
dent body will hold n reception for
the IxnofH of tho Krt-ihmnn clnsa. The
I'niBrmn will Inclmlo nimlc by tho
' ll'f- orche-tm.
BAND BILL GETS
MtUOWA.VM MOTION TO
HAM) 1111.1 HUUNU
MKhTH WITH l-'AVOIt
Itnry band ISO a month when they do
or manner. It wna not a legal entree,
ho nald. nRaliut the taxpayer, al-
thoiiRhJt had been mado In the put
Clty'lterordor T. t Mchola ex-
'plained that tho fSO me'ntloncd In tho
proce'dliiRw u n band cxpcnie had
been allowed by a formor meeting of
tho coiintll, nnd that there waa noth
ing up htfere tho body for djapotttlon,
tho Item -.Imply having been read In
"I moo that no moro bill for tho
band bo nl lowed until next iprlog,"
nald McUownu. Tho motion prevail.
Why not fix tho UmoT" aaked
Councilman M. (J. Wilkin of the Plrtt
"Oh, that' not nri'v-wary, colonel,"
replied Mcdowan, "for thoy'lt be
around beforo next iprlng.1'
lien Gay, a homesteader from Wor-
don, Is In tho city for a tew days.
having romo to meet his mother, Mrs.
J. N. any, and sister, Mlsa Mabel Clay,
of IMttsburg, Pa., who arrived last
nlRht. Mrs. nnd Miss Gay will remain
lu Klamath Palls a- few days to visit
him, utter which thoy will continue
their trip, to Include San Francisco,
Us Angeles, returning via Galveston,
plnnnlng to reach Pittsburg about
BY MANY PEOPLE
OPPICK OP OOVHKXMKNT AT
I-AKKVIKW UHTBjMANY KLAM
AT1I COUNTY PIUNOS IN TIM
1IKH AND STONE CHUMS'
Special to Tho Herald
IjAKBVIHW, 6ct. 18. Tho United
States land offloo here It doing busi
ness on tho wholesale plan. Many
entries ot lands aro being made from
all portions ofthe district, which la
cludoa Lake, Klamath nnd n, portion
Recent niinn irom Kiamain, wan
ty. In timber and atone claims, have
resulted In the settling or taking ot
Inrgo area In township 40 south and
rango 8 oast. -
Mrs. A. A. Thomaa came In front
her ranch on tho Merrill road this
morning, nnd will spend the night In
town, returning to her home tomor
HOLDS A NUMBER
HF.VKXTKKX MKS Akl) WOMK.V
l)l-rrAI.KI POIt FATAUTIK8
OCC'l'I'V CKM-H IX IHHTIUCT OP
WA8HINOTON, Oct. 0. Celts In
murders' row In the District of Col
umbia Jail are occupied 'by seventeen
persona convicted for orVhargcd with
taking human life, (l Is record for
Washington. Tho collection, howovcr
Is only ono greater than 'was the case
halt a doten yr ago, 'whoa alxteen
murderers wero at the tamo time
lodged and fed under the roof ot the
Two of the present occupant of the
row havo been condemned to death.
It means tho gallows, congress not
having adopter clectroc-Hlon for the
enforcement of tho dcath'penalty. Ono
of tho two marked for capital punish
ment Is Msttle Lomsx. a negro woman
tho other Is Arthur Johnson, also a
negro, convicted for a brutal and
wholly unprovoked murder of a
blacksmith. Antonio Sajrlnl,, senten
ced to Imprisonment for life, I held
at tho Jail awalUng the outcome of an
Other, woman tenants'ln tho row
await action by tho grand Jury are
flcsalo Pendleton, Rachacl Bntot and
An odd case la that or Colbert John.
son, who received a scnionce or ninety
dare for assault. Ills victim waa dis
charged from tho hospital, but became
worse, returned there and 4m. The
cbargo against Johnson la aaW one ot
Still moro unusual IfcUui'eaas of
Charlea Fletcher, a negro, who was
pnrtlally tried on the charge of murd
er In tho Brit degree. During hi
trial hla actions were so suspeclous
that a'lunacy commission Investigated
hi case, reported him ot unsound
mind, nnd ho was removed to the
dovornmont hopltal for tho In
sane, where ho remained tnreo year.
T.ast spring n plot was discovered to
liberate tho patient confined In How
ard Hall, and Fletcher was said to bo
tho ringleader ot the conspiracy. Ho
was ro-cxamlncd and pronounced
sano. Now ho Is In Jail awaiting a re
opening ot the cas.
TO WINTER HERE
SAN FRANCISCO WOMAN WHO IN
YKSTKD IN PKOPKRTY IN THIS
PliACE, 18 PIjKASKD WITH ITS
Mrs. Mary A. Jackson of San Fran
cisco and Oakland, who waa one ot
tho pioneer builders In the district
which has boon so developed around
Mr.ln and Esplanade streets. Is a
guest of tho naldwln hotel, and con
templates remaining In the city for
tho winter. Mrs. Jackson wat tho
builder ot tho storo and apartment
building at ftMln and Esplanade, op
posite tho now White Pelican Hotel.
"I am very much pleated witn we
way Klamath Falls bos progressed of
late," said Mrs. Jackson this morning.
"While I have been away only about
two montht, I notice dlcoded cbangea
In the city In Just that short time, for
the amount ot building that la going
on la decldodlv pleasing, and the
character of tho construction ls In
tho main, tho right kind, and the kind
that will last. I believe that Klam
ath Fail la going Ahead, nnd that tho
expansion In the neighborhood In
which I am Interested will t partic
ularly gratifying. The strides that
havo boea made within recent montht,
it would appoar, give considerable
strength to thlt Impression,"
Blduey Sprout, consulting engineer
k. Vlaaiatfc Sunt MHUIT. la
t. . a.. Mute n lunut
the workings of the local plant He e only short time hefore'the
will take n look at the new 1.00 building ismdr.tor oecupancy.
horsopowsr wheel which hat been to- Work to progressing 'rapidly on the
stalled by the eompany at Its plant on threetore .brtak nlldlng bslng eon
UakMvatv " " , ; 'tttuetedby Mr. Arlett. One of the
Mrs. Minnie Mlnnlck, who bag been
vleltlng old tlmj friend In this vicin
ity for somo tlmo, returned to bor
homo In Ashlcnd this morning. Mrs.
Mlnnlck expects to return befor tho
cold weather ceta In and, aa she trays,
"finish her visit." She lived for years
In this section, owning considerable
land In tho vicinity, and on nor recent
trip found so mnny old-tlmo friends
that sho did not havo tlmo to visit
with all, hence her determination to
PEACE BREAKERS FINALLY
SUBIIMO A FIRE
Special to The Herald.
LAKEVIEW, Oct. 13. Charles
Wsllaco and Charles We-, accused of
disturbing tho peace,.woro fined 910
each by Recorder Wm. Wallace, after
pleading guilty when brought beforo
him for trial. Tho two men wero
mixed up In admo words that ted to a
flgbtvat tho danco In the Arcadia the
PCTKIl ''MCCARTHY" SOONCH1X,
YAIXAX IKI1IAK, HAXD8 MAIF
A DOZKX- HIDES TO COUNTY
Poter Bconcnln, better known at
Peter McCarty, an old-time Modoc In
dian, whose boyhood waa spent partly
In the lava beds, and who now holds
out at Yalnax, waa In the once ot
County Clerk Do Lap Thursday to
claim bounty on tklns of half a doxen
coyote that he -had gathered within
the prescribed legaT period. He
caught the animals In a. trap. The
bounty on the hides Is $1.50 each In
IRS. IARY Ai RERRET
SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA
Mrs. Mary Ann Dennett, wife of
John Bennett, whoso residence Is on
Dush street, between Eighth nnd
Ninth, died about 3 o'clock this
morning ot pneumonia. Tho husband
la employed at the Meadow Lake lum
ber mill, nnd was away at his work at
the time tho wlto passed away.
Mrs. Bennett was 61 years ot age,
and thoro survive ber, besldo the bus-
ban, eight children, six ot whom lire
In this city, white two rcsldo elss
where. The funeral services have
boon set for Sunday at 3:S0 p. m..
A-hen Rev. Qcorge II. Fecso, pastor of
Qrace M. E. church, will officiate
ODD FELLOWS TONIGHT
Klamath Falls Lodge No. 137, 1. O.
O. F will hold Its regular meeting
tonight at Odd Fellows ball at 7:30.
There will bo work In the First de
gree, and all members aro requested
to bo presont.
HOUSE GOING UP
PLUMBER OF WHITE PELICAN
HOTEL WILL PUT UP THIRTY.
THOUSAND DOLLAR 8TRUC.
TURK NKAR THERE
Jerry Loony, who bat, tbo plumbing
contract for the White Pelican Hotel,
announcot that he it to build a 130.
000 apartment bouse eighty-are test
south of the new White Pelican. Tho
building it to be erected this fall, and
will have a ground apnea ot 50x130
feet nnd be two stories high. The
building will bo constructed ot brick.
The walla for the new hrlck garage
for the Southern Oregon 'Automobile
company, which it being erected op
posite the White Poltcaa, nro nearly
completed, nnd it is expected that
WAS T06 GENERAL
rooms will bo completed In about two
weeks, and Is to bo occupied by the
"Onco more our golden chain It
broken." Tho Grim Reaper has
taken from our midst to her eter
nal home, Sister Lain Straw, who
served Aloha Chapter No. 61, In 1107,
as Martha, and from January 1, 108,
to January 1, 1911, aa secretary,
when her falling health prevented ber
accepting this offlco longer. She was
ono ot our brightest and most willing
worker. We bow In submission,
knowing that Ood doeth' all things
well, believing In tho sweet assurance
of Him who said "I am tho resurrec
tion and tho life, who that bollevetb In
me ahull never die." Therefore, be It
Resolved, That In her death welt
lose a dovotcd member, who waa ever
ready to help In time ot need; that we
shall mist her-dear pretenco In the
chapter room; that her chapter here
on earth Is closed, yet the memory ot
her mnny virtues shall not go unre
corded In our hearts.
Resolved, That we extend our tin
cere sympathy to ber aged mother,
her sister and brothers, who are most
Resolved, That In acknowledg
ment ot fraternal ties now severed,
and of memories tenderly cherished,
thm memorial bo placed on tho min
utes of our Chapter, a copy bo tent
to the bereaved family and to each of
our city papers for publication. That
In memory ot our sister one charter
be draped for thirty daytv
JENNIE E. REAMES.
FRANCIS E. BOTD, Committee,
DEPART TO EAST
IIRIEF KPISCOPAL RITES WILL
UK HEAD AT PRIVATE SERVICF.
IIY PASTOR OK THE CHRISTIAN
Arrangemontt have been mado for
shipment of the remaina of tho. late
Joseph O. Pierce to hit birthplace,
Forettvlllo, Chautauqua county, New
York, for Interment, Mr. Plerco and
the son to accompany the body, when
It leaves hore on the 5:30 p. m.
Southern Pacific train tomorrow. Mr,
Plorce's brother, Charles II. Plerca.
who had to return temporarily to hit
home In Ashland to prepare for the
eastern Journey, will meet Mrs. Pierce
and son at Weed, and go with them.
It Is intended to have brief funeral
services over. tho dead In this city
beforo shipment. These will bo held
at 4 o'clock tomorrow at tho late rest
ecdon, 70 Conger avenue, and will bo
private. Tbo Episcopal service will be
rend, and for this ministration E. M.
Fllnn. pastor ot the Christian church
has kindly volunteered, ns there it no
rector of the tormerdenomlnntlon at
present stationed In thu elty.
Tom Richardson waa over from hla
homestead In Poe Valley tnla ween
after his winter supples.
Small Faniils Plenty For Man;Ji
HtLsMsteMterH m Real E
. ., v f&-L 1 v i , .
?- f v vwHtWA'lj,.
I Charles Kravaaeo of WeWnttaav
Colo., has' bought forty aifrsat
Charlea Jlalast ti IboHaHn
Mr. Haias3raiM;ettr nerei
htt.boen proven to be enough ta swa
port'a family. , ,r
" This nsreagewbea pi ttorty taken
care of, amounta io more than a targe
acreage of neglected land. " . .
Mr. Kriraaee ows halt ftetloa M
td In Caleraae, MM at Rnaer an
REPAIRS NOT MADE
MANY YARDS OP TUB !
PATHWAY WHICH COtTXCII- Of
STRl'CTKD TO HAVK KAMI ABB
When the council soma tlmo tine
ordered tho street eommtttttnatr,
Charlea Woodard, to Instruct a num
ber of property owners to put la at.
walks or notify them that If thy H4
not make tho Improvement within n
certain period, the city would the
work at the exponas a the proptrty
owners by making the eost of tho
work a Ilea on tho property, K waa
thought a fine bettering of tkt
Ion of the paths around town wwaM
be the result.
Out those who keep their
tho ground occasionally havo looked
In vain for the great, new length of
sldowalk which they were poaHlvo
were to bo provided for padeatlrant.
The reason ls.that the street naper.
Intondcnt struck a tang.
The snag was a legal one.
According to what Mr. Woodard
has reported It It not tcsttWs for the
council to Issue n general enter ta
blanket ttyle to property ownert and
ratka work done) under math aa ardor
a lien on the property In front of .
which It may have to eanotrnet n side
walk when tho property ewner-nec-
lect or refuses to pat' In" the Improvement.
It la nicsttary. la orttr that the
couaeU't rdero far eneh aa Imp ta ,r
ment to be made aladug. for tho
council to draft n document partita
larixlng Just what -property shall ho
subject to the process, In other words.
Tho first effort of the council In tho
direction of hotter sidewalk waa than
too sweeping, nnd ot no caToct. Possl
bio the municipal tUadtrd bearer
will take up tho problem again nnd
get tbo matter started in tho proper
LAKE LANDS ARE TIME
THATARE MSTLY TJUU
.NEARLY THIRTY-FIVB HUNBRMB
ACRES SURROUNDING 8UIIM ,
ALDKRT AND ALKALI WATBK
BODIES FILED.ON FOR 8TATB
Special to Tbo Herald
LAKEVIEW, Oct. 13. That tho
atate ot Orogon believes in securing nn
much ot the good things possible In
the land lino in Lake county ta shown
by the aoiectloa of 3,383.(7 neres by
State Land Agent T. A. Rlnehnrt oa
bit recent trip here. The land tekea
nro nearly nil surrounding. Summer. '
Albert nnd Alkali lakes, nnd will, la
all likelihood, be Immensely valaabi
when tbo mineral properties of these
bodies of water aro utilised. There
wero twelve parcel applied for by Mr.
Rlnehnrt at ono Urns after a ttoreagh
examination ot the soil contents ntnat
ok tho state chemist last summer.
"Xrf :- T5
Mr. S.v I. Daniels earns la frost, Be
nanxu on business last' night, ana wfcU
spend a couple ot days here on bst
ness before returning.
saVnBMgaf - ?n""J
snnwV granTnrV if. .? -, U
jr . V "- .7J Ste it: lp
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