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a THE NOMKOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , APGl'ST 20 , J905 ,
WORK COMMENCES TO CONTROL
CORPORATION GULCH ,
DITCHES ARE DEINQ ENLARGED
Plan IB to Carry the Gulch Floods
Down the Sides of Thirteenth Street ,
While Wntcr From Other Streets
Will be Divided.
Yesterday Street Commissioner
Illchoy commenced work that Is de
signed to take care of the water that
comes down Corporation pilch , nnd
every property owner who has hold
ings west of the railroad trucks will
certainly hope that the plan adopted
by the city may prove successful.
The plan contemplates enlarging and
deepening the ditch on the west sldo
of Thirteenth street , making It largo
enough to carry off the hulk of the
water that comes down the gulch.
The ditch on the east nldo of the same
street will also ho iiiatlo inoro exten
sive but not so largo as I ho wont
ditch. The tllo culverts are all to ho
romo\IM | 'iiii' > i i M i ' , ' ' "I
oil , HO that thoio will bo nmhmt ; 10 In-
torfuru with the free How of the
Hoods. At the Main street crossing
of Thirteenth a way will bo opened
to glvo the water clear sailing Into
The plan of taking care of the water
was adopted by a committee of the
city council , consisting of 1' . .1. Staf
ford , .1. S. Mathowson , A. II. Klosau
nnd .1. C. Spellman , who have been
working under the counsel and advice -
vice of Engineer King. Mr. King's
opinion that the arrangement contem
plated will effectively take care of the
water that comes down the gulch , Is
approved by Engineer Hosowater of
Omaha , who snld that it would drain
water from H.OOO ncios of laud , and
( hero are not so many acres tributary
to the gulch. Fly making a free run
way for the stream from the tlmo It
enters the city limits until It roaches
the ditches , the water will not bo hold
back until It causes overflow but will
run off freely.
The work of handling water In the
western part of town contemplates ox
tonslvo work on practically all the
streets. The water that accumulates
on Thirteenth street between Norfolk
avenue and Koonlgstoln avenue will
bo carried Into the ditches , whllo the
water that comes from all other cross
streets will bo taken care of by the
Hrst east and west avomio below it.
The object Is to protect Norfolk av
enue , which has now become the main
water way of the western part of town ,
nnd Is at the present tlmo In a most
disreputable condition. The Hoods
from Corporation gulch and from side
streets have cut and gouged It until
It Is full of gullies , ruts and ravines.
In some places it Is almost Impossible
to drlvo up In front of a rosldenco on
account of the deep ditch that has
been washed out , whllo at ether places
the front lawn Is Hlled with mud and
Hlth as the residue of the last flood.
The gulch has boon the cause of
contention over slnco the residence
portion of town began to extend to
the west sldo. Periodically tremendous
deus freshets have swept down from
the gulch and Inundated property in
all directions , and there Is no way to
estimate the amount of damage that
has accrued from it. It has boon con
tended by ono administration after
another that the city had no right to
divert the water from Its original chan
nel , but in the mcantlmo the city has
occasionally done a llttlo work and
the lot owners have done more , and
the result is that almost the whole
volume of water has been diverted
down Norfolk avenue , whereas nature
originally carried it down the west
sldo In the neighborhood of Thlrteontl
and Fourteenth streets. The work
that is being done now may not bo
adequate to take care of all the water
a great many people think It will not
hut the engineers who are handling
it bellevo it will , and It Is certalnlv
a nig start in the right direction to |
have the ditches opened up With the ]
disposition of the city authorities to
take care of the trouble , if it is found
that they are not providing sulllciont
waterways more nmv be added at com
paratively small cost The work is
all right and people who are disposed
to think it will not carry out the In
tention , should withhold their criti
cisms until the plan has been given a
The Commissioner Hns Troubles.
When Commissioner Hlchey moved
his grading paraphernalia up to Thir
teenth street yesterday , ho was mot
by a hand of protesting property own
ers , largely women , living on the west
side of Thirteenth. They insisted that
ho should not touch the ditch that Is
already in front of their places and
for a tlmo the argument was hot and
threatening. One woman promised to
produce a gun and pour a few slugs
of lead Into the street commissioner ,
but ho stood firm , saying that ho had
orders from the city to enlarge that
ditch and enlarge ho was going to.
Then the Irate property owners ap
pealed to Mayor Friday , but ho could
glvo them no relief.
The gulch Is certainly a vexed ques
tion and it Is almost Impossible to do
anything with it without protest from
some ono , but the plan adopted seems
to bring hardship upon the smallest
number of any that has been proposed ,
and It Is really not a serious matter
for those residents on the west side ol
Thirteenth , because their land is all
high and above any ordinary flood ,
whereas if Norfolk avenue is contin
ued nu the water course every property
owner on the west sldo between Sev
enth and Thirteenth struct In badly
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at the postolllco at Norfolk , Nob. ,
Aug 22 , lOOfi :
. ! . A. McCllntock , Mrs. M. 0. Me
dium , Mrs. W. McDonald , Miss Mlnnlo
Miller , Fred Tannohlll , .1. W. Cox , W.
H. Cox , Sylvia Marshall , A. C. IJurdllt ,
Tims. Knott , Robert Mlllor , Rudolph
Schneider , .1. A. Thompson , Mru. Her-
Ilia Howory ,
If not called for In Hftcon days will
ho sent to the dead letter ofllco.
Parties calling for any of the above
please say "advertised. "
John R. Hays , P. M.
It will ho noticed that there Is a
dearth of personal Horns In The News
today. Ira Hamilton , who gathers
much of this class of Items , was not
on duty this morning , and the person
al column suffers. Ira was at homo at
Iho tlmo ho Is usually making trains ,
welcoming a now son to his house It
is hoped that normal conditions will
bo restored by tomonow.
MATTER OF HIGH SCHOOL TEACH
ER UP IN AIR.
ARE USING TELEGRAPH WIRES
Mr. Hollauer of Webster , N. Y. , Has
Secured a Position In New York and
Can Not Come to Norfolk Three
Have Been Selected no Possible.
The prlnclpalshlp of the Norfolk
ilgh school Is again up In the air , Mr.
lollauer of Webster , N. Y , the newly
iloctod teacher , having nodded the
loard of education that ho has decid
ed to resign because of an election to
i school In Now York state.
The board of education is at a loss
o know what to do In regard to the
natter , as the season has so far ad-
iiuiciMl that almost all teachers have
nado tholr definite arranguments for
ho year and It is dllllouH to llnd Iho
Today Secretary Malrau has boon
islng the telegraph wires freely In the
lope of securing a now man , three
candidates having been selected by
he board of education from the appli
cations at , hand.
The salary of the position here is
$80 or ? Sfi , which will , It Is hoped ,
succeed In securing a drat class prin
cipal before school begins.
P II. Ingoldsby has put a now light
ing plant Into his saloon building this
Owen O'Neill was up to his ranch
near Long Pine the llrst of the week.
A daughter was welcomed at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mlllor
John Claason Is painting his rosl
denco on Depot street this week.
John Hongstlor was here Sunday
from Meadow drove visiting his broth
er Andrew Ilengstlor.
Goo. Drechlor left Tuesday for Min
neapolis , Minn. , where ho expects to
make his future homo.
Rev. Mr. Barker of Emorick occu
pied the pulpit at the Baptist church
The Ladles aid society of the Luth
eran church met Tuesday with Mrs
Aug. Steffen. The olllcors are : Pres
ident. Mrs. H. Rolf : truasuior. Mrs. H
Hogrofo : secretary , Mrs L. F. Morz.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Risk returnee
Sunday from Hot Springs , S. D.
Goo. Splerer of Long Pine has taken
a position in the Ruzlck meat market
\V. K. Hoover Is painting the hlgl
school this week.
Mr and Mrs Win. Preusker went to
Uuirol Saturday for a visit with Mrs.
Pruoskor's brothers , Clustavo , Edward
and Adolph Mtttolstadt , and returned
FLAMES BREAK OUT IN .PILE OF
FIREMEN WORE WET BLANKETS
In Order to Fight the Flames , Which
Threatened to Get Beyond Control.
Two Large Piles of Lumber Were
Torn Down Biggest for Some Time.
Long Pine , Neb , Aug. 22. Special
to The News : Fire started in a large
pile of old ties in the railroad yards
east of the roundhouse yesterday after
noon. It looked for a tlmo like it could
not be chocked and would do much
damage in the new material , but the
railroad hose , with the town hose , was
attached to the big boiler in the roundhouse -
house and by keeping the no/.zlemen
covered with wet blankets they were
able to hold the , dro In this pile of
The Austrlans who are working on
the now bridge for Widell-Finley com
pany , with the assistance from rttl-
zcns of the town , tore down nnd car
ried away two largo piles of Ijmber ,
to make a break In case thr flre got
Late last night the dre was got un
der control. Nothing vas burned but
the pile of old ties. It was by far the
largest flro Long P'no ' has had for
FIREMAN REED OF SYRACUSE IS
HURLED THROUGH BUILDING.
LIGHTED A MATCH IN THE PIT
An Explosion of Accumulated G
Gives the Fireman His Death Blow
.inI Almost Wrecked the Water and
Lighting Station ,
Syracuse , Nob. , Aug. 22. J. 13. Hoed ,
llroman of the city water and light
plant , was fatally burned and the light
ing station almost completely wrecked
liy an explosion of gas. It was dis
covered that there was a leak of gas
In the pit nnd Reed wont In to repair
Iho pipe. It was dark In the pit and
10 lighted a match to enable him to
see where the trouble was. An ex
plosion of the accumulated gas Imino-
llatoly followed , hurling his body out
if the building. The north end of the
strucluro was blown out and the roof
was torn off. Rood cannot recover.
DAUGHTER OF A. J. DUNLEVY.
Madge Dunlevy , Aged Thirteen , is
Dead of Peritonitis.
Tlldon. Neb. , Aug -Special to
1'ho News : Madge Dunlovy , daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dunlevy , died at
. ' ! o'clock this morning of peritonitis.
She was thirteen years and six months
old. Her father , mother , ono sister
nnd ono brother survive her. The fu
neral will bo hold from the homo at
1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Dunlovy , manager of the Nor
folk Auditorium last season , is well
known In Norfolk. Ho Is a member
of the local lodge of Elks.
GREER , MILLS & CO.
View of Live Stock Markets at South
Omaha , C. A. Mallory , Mgr.
South Omaha , Aug. 21. There Is
milling very new or startling to wrlto
n connection with the cattle situation
lint wo have not nlieady touched upon.
The locolpts of corn fed cattle con-
Iniio moderate , and under n strong
lomand , pi Ices have advanced 10F7M5 (
outs , with prospects still favorable
'or well matured corn foil cattle. As
suggested by us a number of times re
cently , we would not be surprised to
see still higher prices for strictly
choice dry lot cattle during the next
; wo or three months.
A largo proportion of the receipts at
all markets , as usual at this season
of the year , Is range cattle. As these
cattle are coming In good condition ,
and corn fed cattle being scarce , the
demand is fairly active and prices for
the general run of fat range cattle are
The demand for good to choice feed
ers continues strong , and prices are
stady ( for the strong weight cattle of
Kood quality , the bulk selling from
$3.75 to $4.00 ; whllo the lighter
weights are not in so good demand
and are selling 10j > 15 cents lower than
With the abundance of feed and
prospects for moderate prices , wo do
not look for very low prices for good
stockers and feeders , and while wo ex
pect liberal receipts of cattle during
the next two or three months nnd
some decline from present prices , wo
again urge our readers to correspond
with us as early as possible regarding
tholr wants for this fall and winter.
The general marke1. for butcher
stock averaged about steady , nnd
prospects favor a llttlo lower market
In the near future.
Hogs The receipts of hogs , part of
the time , were liberal , but the quality
Is the poorest of the season. The
range In prices Is a llttlo wider , choice
hogs of nil weights commanding a fair
premium. The provision market has
advanced still further until prices are
the highest of the year , nnd today the
hog maikot ruled active and .Iff 10
cents higher , with the bulk of the
hogs selling from $ ! > .90 < ? TG.Ori.
Wo look for a strong and higher
market the balance of tills week , and
would not bo surprised to see prices
fairly well maintained for several
wtoks , but It Is only a question of time
before the market will break , and wo
aualu advlso our readers to market
tholr hogs just as fast as possible , as
present prices ought to satisfy any
Sheep and lambs The receipts of
sheep and lambs at Chicago and Oma
ha the forepart of this week were the
largest of the season , and although the
demand continues good , prices on the
general run of fat stuff shows a decline
of 1015 cents The demand contin
ues unabated for all kinds of sheep
and lambs and prices are at the high
est point of the year. Wo do not look
for much change In the market this
week , and would not bo surprised to
see little lower range In prices the
next few weeks , especially on fat
Any ono interested in this branch of
the buslnrss will receive our personal
attentkn If they will communicate
with us fully as to their needs.
BEST PAPER IN NEBRASKA.
C , B , Hanger of Clearwatcr Likes Nor
folk's Dally News.
Clearwater , Neb. , Ang. 21. Mr.
Huso : Enclosed find P. O. money or
der to apply on my account for The
Dally News. The Dally News Is the
best paper In Nebraska.
Yours truly ,
C. B. Hanger , R. F. D. No. 1.
A VICTIM OJJEWER GAS
Chief McFnrlnnd of the Fire Department -
ment Is "All In. "
Flro Chlof S. H. McFnrland Is dccld-
oilly itntlor tlio wonlhor and 1ms l > eon
for inoro tlmn three weeks as the ro-
Hull of having Inhaled sewer gas whllo
assisting In Hushing out n main some
tlmo ago. AH clilof of the flro depart-
inont ho Is required by ordinance to
nccotniinny the flro apparatus when It
Is iifiod for Hushing newer mains , and
ho not only accompanied the depart
ment hut went ahead and helped do
the heavy work. Ho was feeding flno
heforo ho got Into the sewer gas hut
after a slego of that ho was knocked
out completely and has not been well
Merchant Buys Automobile.
AliiHworth , Noh. , Aug. 22. Special
to The NOWH : Yesterday morning II.
13. Jones , a merchant of Sprlngvlow ,
"nloadod a ton-horso-powor automnhlln
hero for his own private uso. Ho soon
had the thing oiled up and by a wave
of his hand ho hid good bye to the
pcoplo here who had gathered to see
him off , and started for his homo In
Sprlngvlow , 2i ( miles away , where he
exported to tirrlvo In loss than two
hours Ho WIIH formorb a clerk here
AS A WHOLE THE CROP IS IN EXCELLENT -
THE WEEKLY STATE BULLETIN
High Winds nnd Rain In Northwestern
Counties Has Blown Down Corn to
Some Extent Potatoes are Not
Yielding Largely This Season.
Lincoln , Neb , Aug. 22. The weekly
crop bulletin Issued this afternoon by
the agricultural bureau , Is as follows :
Lincoln , Aug. 22. The past week
was warm , with maximum tempera
tures above 00 degrees on several
days. The dally mc n temperature
averaged 2 degrees above normal , ex
cept In northwestern counties where
It was about 2 degrees below normal.
Heavy showers occurred quite gen
erally in eastern counties where the
rainfall mostly exceeded one inch and
ranged from two to more than throe
inches In considerable areas. In most
central and western counties the rain
fall was less than one-half inch.
Haying and thrashing progressed
rapidly except in eastern counties Fri
day and Saturday , where the heavy
rain Thursday night retarded work of
this character. Some spring wheat
has been thrashed nnd the yield is
rather bettor than exnected. Potatoes
are not yielding as well as expected.
Corn has grown well and has been
much benefited by the rain in the
eastern counties. In some northeast
ern counties a high wind accompanied
the rain and damaged corn to some
extent by breaking and blowing it
down. As a whole corn is now In ex
cellent condition with every promise
of a largo crop. Fall plowing has
progressed nicely with the soil in ex
G. A. R. of Sixteen Kansas and Ne
Franklin , Neb. , Aug. 23. The Grand
Army interstate reunion , comprising
sixteen counties in Kansas and Nebraska
braska , opened with a good crowd
yesterday. The sham battle ghun bj
Company L , Nebraska National
Guards , was interesting and exciting.
THREE OF THEM KIDNAPPED SIX
BUTTE BECOMES THE MECCA
Within Less Than a Week Four Kidnapped -
napped Children Have Been Re
turned to Boyd County P. H. Si
mons Finds His Son and Daughters.
Returning to his homo at Butte ,
Neb. , with bis three children , kid
napped six years ago , in charge , P. H.
Simons , a pioneer of Boyd county ,
passed through Norfolk yesterday af
ter a long , difficult and at last success
ful search for his son and daughters.
Stolen six years ago , all trace of the
three children was lost to Mr. Simons
until about a month since , when he re
ceived a hint as to tholr whereabouts.
Ho started at once and after four
weeks of constant traveling and huntIng -
Ing in every nook of four states Iowa ,
Illinois , Missouri and Kansas his ef
forts were crowned with success in
the restoration of the trio. The old
est , n daughter of n dozen summers ,
was located InIowa. . The boy and
younger daughter were found In Kan
sas. During the four weeks of searchIng -
Ing Mr. Simons .says that ho has never
even taken the tlmo to take off his
clothing at night. Much of his huntIng -
Ing was by long drives.
Only two days ago another kid
napped child Mrs. Herman Wlpporn
of St. Louis was restored to parents
near Butte , making four within a sin
gle week. Mrs. Wlppern had been lost
light , digestible
Only one heap
is needed for one
quart of flour.
SLUGGED BY TRAMP-COMRADE ,
DISGUISE IS DISCOVERED.
SHE WAS PICKED UP FOR DEAD
A Queer Pair of Tramps Quarreled
Late Today , One Slugging the Oth
er The Victim Later Proved to be
a Girl , Dressed In Man's Attire.
Stretched out as dead from the of-
'ccts of n blow on the ear , a human
) olng dressed in man's clothing was
picked up in the alloy at the rear of
ho Thiom meat market yesterday af-
ornoon and carried , rigid and uncon
scious , Into the city jail. While phy
sicians were making efforts to revive
the sufferer , It was determined that
he person was not a young man at
nil , as the clothing and closely clipped
lead of hair would indicate , but in
eality a young woman in disguise.
Man Struck Her With Fist.
A little bunch of clothing on the
ground , with a peculiar behaving man
( csido It and waving his arms to
mesers-by on Fourth street , attracted
) eople to the scene in the alloy at
2:30 : o'clock. It was found that the
bunch of clothing was in reality a hu
man being , limp and unconscious , and
that the man besldo the "dead one"
was the person who had struck the
lenumblng blow. The disguised girl
was picked up by men at hand and
carried into the jail. The man was
arrested and locked up. Later the wo
man , when she came to , was taken
to the ofllco of Drs. Bear and Pilger ,
where her ear was given medical at
tention. She refused to admit that
she was a woman , refused to tell any
portion of her story , swore like n
trooper and had all the appearance of
a very tough Individual.
Two arc Tramping Together.
The pair of them are tramping to
gether and arrived In Norfolk either
late last night or early this morning.
They were seen early this morning
near the race tracks , just crawling
out of the section house along the
railroad tracks. Later they were seen
on the street.
It Is believed that after an argu
ment , whoso cause could not bo as
certained , the man slapped his com
rade on the ear. The ear is afflicted
with a chronic rupture so that the
blow caused a concussion and sent the
little girl to the earth in an Instant
Then the man , believing that ho had
killed her , began motioning wildly to
people along the street. The blow
was witnessed by a butcher in Thlem's
meat market who said that the fellow
slapped the girl , who dropped , and
then dragged his victim Into the shade
How She Is Dressed.
A slender form of medium height
dressed In ragged blue coat and trou
sers , nnd crowned with a white clotl
hat which sat on a head of black hair
cut very short this Is the way tht
boy-girl looked. Her face was some
what soiled by her recent encounter
but the skin was delicate , for all that
and the eyes were bright and quick
The hands are small and white.
"You Don't Know I'm a Girl.
"You don't know that I'm a girl , '
said the woman at the doctor's ofllce
where she was treated. "And , what'
more , you shall not know. You maj
arrest me on suspicion that I am s
woman and that Is all. The laws o
Nebraska protect me I have right
which you can not interfere with with
out rendering the city liable. "
Notwithstanding this , however , th
physicians declared that they coult
swear to the fact that the creature i
a woman. Her voice is like that of a
girl and she was apparently embar
rassed when she found that those wh
watched her were sure she was n
The language of this tramp-woman
was very bad. She spoke as thong'
she were straining a point to mak
herself just as tough a boy ns pos
She was later locked up in the cit
She refused to give her name am
cleverly eluded any questioning what
soever , either on the part of the doc
tors or the police. The man gave hi
name as Gllmour , but this Is dcscredlt
ed by the police.
Clyde Williams of Butte is In th
city to take In the races.
Rev. J. J. Parker of Plalnvlew Is
N i i' n ' ' " U > o cltv
O \ \ VUiu. and W C1 Kaley of
Crelghton came down to take in the
Joe \Valz returned to his homo at
Carroll , Iowa , this morning , after a
Islt of several days with friends.
Commissioner S. J. Flnnegan arrived
n the city this morning to watch the
Norfolk races. Ho greeted many
riends In the city during the day.
Miss Laura Buckendorf returned on
londay from a visit to Denver and '
esterday left for St. Joseph to study f' '
all millinery styles.
Charles S. Miller arrived today from
Belle Fourche , S. D. , to visit his pa-
ents , Mr. nnd Mrs. S. L. Miller. He
vorks for a contracting company at
Dr. F. G. Walters has gone to Wash-
ngton , in response to a telegram of-
ering him a government position in
ho Panama. If the offer seems favor-
bio when he reaches the capital , it
s his intention to accept.
J. F. Dedorman will leave tonight
or Hot Springs , S. D. , where ho will
omaln for a several weeks' sojourn.
The saloon of F. J. .Tanner is being
.roated to a coat of fresh paint.
The Elkhorn Building and Savings
ssoclation building is being freshly
The German Turnvereln society is
planning to hold a picnic on Septom-
> er 10. A committee of the associa-
lon has been appointed to look up a
lace and make arrangements.
Col. Al. Johnson is authority for the
tatement that dshing is no good at
his time In the Northfork. And Col.
Al. Johnson knows if anyone does
ibout the condition of the dshing in
his section of the world.
The Trinity Sunday school picnic ,
held on the Springbranch yesterday ,
proved a gala day for the young peo- _ . -
> le who attended. They went out in -31
tig wagons about 9 o'clock in the J
morning and returned before night began -
gan to fall.
After considerable skirmishing about
this morning , W. B. Vail , of the race
committee , succeeded in securing a
gong for use In starting the races. It
is a Swiss gong , secured from Fred
It Is reported that a large number
of people will arrive in the city from
Stanton tomorrow noon , to attend the
races. Good crowds are also e'xpected
frlm Pierce , Battle Creek , Tllden , Mad
ison nnd other points near Norfolk.
On Invitation of Mrs. J. K. Boas to
Join In a picnic , that they might meet
her friend Mrs Ellis of Sioux CHJ ,
quite a party of people went to Burrell
Reed's grove , on the Elkhorn , yester
day afternoon and passed a few hours
Miss Adelia Erlckson of Wall Lake ,
Iowa , loft for her homo today , after
spending the summer with her nncle
and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. John Luders ,
who live east of town. Last evening
a number of young friends , with whom
she became acquainted during her vis
it here , gave her a farewell party that
was a very enjoyable affair
The twenty-fourth annual reunion of
the Pioneers and Old Settlers associa
tion of Dakota county will be held at
Clinton park , Dakota City , on August
HI , when the dftieth anniversary of the
settlement of that county will be cel
ebrated. The drst real settlement of
the county was on August 19 , 1855 ,
and there will be several of the pioneers
neers of that year present at the com
Most all of the Norfolk business
houses will close tomorrow afternoon
for the races. A petition seeking that
end was circulated this morning by
O. J. Johnson and It received signa
tures of most of the business houses.
With good races coming but once In a
long tlmo In Norfolk , the business
men feel that the whole city should
turn out and look on and it is this
spirit which will make the meetings
Without dllng a charge against
them , the police last night released
from custody the two tramps who
were found In an alloy , the ono a wo
man in disguise and the other a slugger -
ger who had put his comrade Into the
land of dreams by a vicious blow of
his dst. The mysterious pair nro still
about town. According to the doctors ,
women tramps In the disguise of men
are not only not Infrequent but are
common In the course of trampdom.
"A largo portion of the tramps on the
road , " said a physician today , "are
women from pretty good homes , who
are wearing the garb of the man "
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