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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 4, 1917.
r lashes from Filmland
PHOTO PLAYS FOR OMAHA DEVOTEES
Bills for the Current Week
fttrad Dorolh? Olsh, Frank Keeman and
Clara Williams are the featured performer
tt the Strand thla week, commenetm today
when "The Utile Tank," a atory different
of the civil war la presented .with Dorothy
QUh in the leadlnc role. Tueaday 'Ml Thurs
day comes Yrank Keeman In "The Brld
f Hate." a atory of tha picturesque ante
bellum days down aouth. Friday and Sat
urday a story of the preaent European war.
partly laid In America and partly on tha
firing- lines In Europe, with Clara Wtlltama
In the leadlns part. Manager Thomas an
nounces for five day' eng-airetnent, benln
linw February 11, Norma Til mad ge In her
Urst BUperfeature, "Pantbae.
Mnar Edith Storey and Antonio Moreno,
Vttaicraph etara, wilt be aeen at tha Muae
today and Monday tn "Money Mafic," whlrh
deals with the power of money. The al
ways Interesting Hearst -Paths newa and
a comedy will alao be shown. Tueaday,
Wednesday and Thursday Oeorfo Beban
will be featured In "His SweetheaW a
irons; story of politics and love. Mrs.
Vernon Castle will be on the bill aa "Patrla"
in "Iktuble Crossed.'" Dorothy Green Is In
' trodured in this eptaoda as the vampire.
2559 Leayenworth St.
Mr. Gearge Lewie, tha new owner af
this theater, wlabe ta announce to
ita many friends and patrons, -tha
sarae blfh-claas photaplays will
ba presented in tha future that hav
made It so successful in tha past,
and beta ta announce that splendid
offerings have bean arranged.
Today at 2, 3:30, 5, 6:30, 8, 9:30
and a notable Triangla cart
"The Honorable AIgyM
unci a Hug hie Mack comedy
The Final Chapter el
'The Shielding Shadow"
"PEARL OF THE ARMY"
Ic FIVE REELS FIRST RUN Sc
. EDDY LYONS and LEE MORAN
"HIS WIFE'S RELATIVES'
MEAL HART and LOIS WILSON
' "WON BY GRIT
A "Uf -Getter" Camady
"THE HERO OF BUNKO HILL"
CUli n 3IUKCT
ItVIAieW sVdl A a I
His Wealth .Rot Love, Beatded Her
iZ-JS Br tha magic power
vis her conaent and built
and made her queen.
But sbe wai more t daughter to hlcn
than a wife.
Slowly be realized hla mlataken mar
riage. Even more pointedly did he feel
It when tbe handsome easterner came to
the mountain. What was rich to dc"
Sunday and Monday
A story different of the Civil War
-The Litt e Yank'
Featuring that delightfully dimpled
and poutingly pretty little actress,
Supported by an exceptionally
strong Fine Arts cast
Friday and Baturdsy Virion Martin will '
be presented in "The Wax Model."
Sun's feature for today and
tomorrow la "Tha Hungry Heart," In which
Alice Brady has scored her latest success.
The atory Is baaed on the famous play
"Frou Frou,'' and Miss Brady Is supported
by a strong cast. On Tuesday and Wednes
day tha secret service picture, "Pldgen
Island," will be shown, featuring May Alli
son and Harold Iovkwood. During the lat
ter part of the week Valeaka Hurrate will
appear in "Th Peacock of Ne w York
Mr. and Mrs. Draw are the hadllnent for
tha comedy reela. Organ recitals will Ik
given at every performance by Ed B. Hor
Empress' -The Km press ts announcing the
return of Charlie Chaplin to the screen
Monday for three days after an absence
of eight weeka. This la tha ninth of the
Chaplin-Mutual specials and Js entitled
"F.aey Htreet." Ita plot Is nothing short
of a riot. On tha same bill Is Clara Kim
ball Toung In a five-set World. "Trilby."
On tbe second half of the bill will be seen
Vincent Cerrano In "A Modern Monte
Crislo," produced by Thanhouser.
PHnceaa Tha offerings at the Princes
thester todsy will ba a three-reel drsms,
featuring Nesl Hsrt and Lois Wilson In
"Won by Orlt;" Eddy Lyons and I Month
In "His Wlfe'a Relatives," snd a Victor com
- edy, "Tha Hero of Bunko !illl." Monday th
I offerings will ba King Basgott tn "Th
Boon tan Affair," and tbe twelfth chapter
ol "The Myateriea ofMyra."
Rohlff Charles Ray In "Honorable Algy,"
a plesslng comedy-dran.ii, will be tbe at
i traction at the Kohlff theater today. In
j this picture ha tn a lord sent to this coun
: try to marry a rich heiress to clean up tha
family, debts. The many situations bo geta
I In will more than amuse you, and being
r produced in the usual hlgb atandard of
! Triangle-Key Bee, you may be assured of
seeing a photoplay thst leaves nothing to
be desired. Hughie Mack will also be
I shown on the same bill In "RshT Rah! Rant''
i Monday will bn the final chapter of "Tha
Shielding Khadow," and also Pearl White
i In "Pearl of the Army."
I Magte Tha Magic (South Hide), will pre
sent ton ay a ran reature, -i ne uove iniei,
! featuring Gretchen Harlman in the title
rolo. A good comedy that It screamingly
funny, will ba presented In connection,
whlrh rounds out an Ideal show.
OrnhanaaThe Orpheum (South Ride), will
I today present Ita usual btg double Sunday
snow, ana on Monaay win present nicnara
Bennett in "The Valley of Decision."
Benlvrd-The Boulevard will present a
Paramount today, "The Rainbow Princess,"
featuring Ann Pennington. Monday and.
Tuesday the offering will ba Kdlth Storey
In "Tha Two. Edged Sword," a Vita graph
Plivmawt Juna Capri oe will ba tha attrac
tion at tha Diamond today in a Fax fea
ture, "Little Mtaa Happiness." Monday tha
offsrlng will ba Margaret Van la "Tha Room
of Mystery;" Helen Gibson In (The Mogul
Mountain Mystery" and a toad) general pro
gram. . , .'
retlirewThe Lsthrop will present-to Ita
patrons today and Monday a Vitaarapa pre-
Big Double Show
. . , Five Raab of Picture.
2 Big Acta of VaooVrUlo 2
THE VALLEY OF DECISION
of money, ha won
for bar a Banaion
Stars Who Will Shine on Screen for
ductlon, "Stilvitlon Joan." It fi.turR. Ednft
My. ocl la aald to ba ona of tha moat
notable plcturea that haa baan releaaai for
aoma tlraa. Tueaday win ba a Bltiablra
photoplay, Cleo Madlaoa In 'Tha lilack
Monraa Tha Monroe will preaent eln
today, "The Unwritten tlaw," a acreen ver.
alon of the aUga play of the aame name,
(leatiia Mlrhelena l tha atar and aha la aald
to add anothor triumph to her career.
Grand The offerln at the Orand today
will ba Carlyla Blackwell tn "On Forbidden
around," from the World studloa. A two
real Vofue comedy will complete tha bill.
Monday will aee Frank Keenaa. eapported by
Enid Markey In "Jlin Urtmeby'e Boy," a
Trutnf le-Kay Bee production. A Keystone
comady will alao be on tha name bill.
Apalla The Apollo preaenta today one of
the Paramount offerlnia. "The Love Route"
and featurea Winifred Klnleton. A twn.reel
Vogue comedy will be preaented on the eame
bllL Monday will be Ann Pannlniton In
Tha Rainbow Prlnceaa."
ui.. tmI.t and Monday Mary McLaren
will ba ahawn at the Hipp thealar In a Blue
bird photoplay, in. ajn,w..
asa AlA D
D Grechen Hartman D
"The Love Thief."
A good, ide-plitting
comedy on uun bill.
Telepaoao Harney 42T1
33rd and Unanatta St..
The Rainbow Princess
Monday and Tuesday
Q The Two-Edged Sword D
O A Sward at Vaafeaitc That Pravea
f Ml -A
Thera'a A Place For "U" in Tha
May Allison ; Harold Lockwood
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Wean the Most Gorgeous Gowns of Her Career.
"The iJevv York Peacock"
A Fascinating Picture and Style Show Combined.
At Every Performance Edward B. Horton's Organ Recital
a. II T VAW II
'V'v aria m i s ts-a av irni mm mm i
Ml ITa M' Mi
On Tueaday and Wedneaday. T.OU Tellegen,
who, by tha way, ta the husband of Oeral
dlnc Karrar, will be seen In "The Victoria
Croaa." On Thursday only, Hlrhard Ben
nett will be nhown In "Tbe Glided Youth."
Friday and Saturday will aee Vivian Martin
In "The Right Direction."
Charlie Chaplin did not think It was easy
to bs a movla actor when a lamp post fell
on ths center of hla faca and chose for a
landing placa that part commonly called
(ho nose. It was In making one of tht
scenes for hla newest picture called "Easy
Htreet," that this occurred, and Charlie
said that It should have bean considerate
and cdossd a spot where It could bo cov
ered by grsass paint.
Hav j noticed that tha new orna
cental pipes tor the San s large pipe organ
are now In place? They make a very pleas
ing appaaranoa and add to tha beauty of the
already artistic -Interior.
Manager Thomaa of tha Btrand amtoancea
that for the coming attraction of Mary Plck
for In "The Pride of the Clan" there will
be a special stage Betting, descriptive of
tha play, and tha usherettes will be attired
in Scottish costumes. If he himself pata
on a Scottish costume and will be In the
Una of vision It will ba "worth ths price of
admission" Jost to look at him.
Barry Herman, nuoacar of the local
World Film exchange, la very much
"peeve!1 these days. The reason la that
one of the shows ant In the state took
a notion to return a faatara production via
the parcel peat route, with the result that
It was only two days late tn arriving. And
this, daar reader, Is one of the reasons that
at your favorite theater you do not always
see tha show that is advertised.
The movies still keep claiming stars who
have made fame and fortune on the stage.
The latest addition la Maria Cahlll, who Is
known from one end of the country to the
other as a vary clever comedienne. The
Mutual Film corporation announces that It
has elosed a oontract with her and that
in a ahort tint aha will be shown In two
reel comedies every two weeks. Thus do
the wenderoua stars bow to tba lure of the
Telephone Harney 106.
29th and Leavenworth Sts.
Today at 2, 3:45, 5:30, 7:15, 9.
Paramount aP regent
THE LOVE ROUTE."
Alio m Two-Real Comedy.
Va -rSI X'-SJ W SJ MJAl LL Mil KM
Today and Monday
From tha Famoua Plr
Tueaday and Wednesday
Omaha This Week
George Lewis New Owner
Of the Rohlff Theater
Last Monday the Rohlff theater
was bought by George Lewis from A.
A. Watts, the new owner taking pos
session at once. Mr. Lewis says that
the same high class features will be
presented in the future that have
made the Rohlff so popular in the
past, and that nothing but the best
features that money can buy will be
shown. He has some new ideas in
mind for the comfort of his patrons
that will mark a new era in suburban
showmanship. Just what these are he
does not wish to say at the present
time. Mr. Lewis, although new in
the show business, is a live wire, and
there is no doubt but what his suc
cess will be great.
Lester Sturm Signs Up a
- New Child Actor for Life
Lester Sturm, local manager of the
Fox Film corporation, for a long time
has thought that Jane and Katherine
Lee of the Fox force of actors were
just about the cutest children he had
ever seen. He still admits that they
are clever, but not as much as be
thought at one time. In fact, be is
feeling Foxier than he has ever been
known to. He has not been seen for
the last few days but that there was
a smile all over his face and meeting
somewhere in the back part of his
neck. The reason? Oh, boyl And it
is a dandy, weighed nine pounds and
can almost lick his father. Oh, boyl
LUXURY IN PURITAN DAYS
Not Even the Sumptuary Laws of
Massachusetts Could Stop
At no time, of course, was luxury
completely absent from America. Men
spend when the purse is full, even
though the purse be small. Not all
the sumptuary laws of seventeenth
century Massachusetts could prevent
sober Puritan from launching into ex
travagance; from purchasing apparel
"woolen, silke or lynnen, with lace
on it; silver, golde, silke or thread."
Even the pious slid back into em
broidered doublets with slashed
sleeves, into "gold or silver girdles,
hatbands, . belts, ruffs, beaver hats,"
while women of no particular rank
appeared in forbidden silk and tiffany
hoods. A century later we encounter
disapproval of John Hatrcock's "show
and extravagance in living," of his
French and English furniture, his
dances, dinners, carriages, wine cel
lars and fine cloths.
Washington starved with his sol
diers at Valley Forge, but lived like
an English gentleman in his home at
Mount Vernon. Luxury, pomp, cere
monial were not absent in the
eighteenth century, and even ardent
democrats, who cheered Citizen Genet
and the glorious principles of '89, and
who dearly hated all aristocrats,
were not beyond the temptation of
an occasional venial luxury. Har
rjer'sMagazine. uii:itiini:fiiiiiiitiiiiii'iiiiiiii!tiwti!i!iriuiiirifi!i mi:
j LOJHROP !
Z TODAY AND MONDAY -
i EDNA MAY, In
I "SALVATION JOAN" P
. Huskie Mack Comedy. ?
Today and Monday
THE MYSTERIOUS MRS. M
A welcome return of the norohio ol
Tnaadav and Wedneaday
-THE VICTORIA CROSS"
Adapted Irani the play By Paul Patter.
Tnnradar Only '
A aplendid atory ol a I ood -(or -nothing
that fuMUy maaoa food.
. 4 Friday and Saturday
"THE RIGHT DIRECTION"
The pleasing experfencaa af a "T-lttle-Mothar".
"BLUy' Bey" and "Raga"
Stories of Coming Features
Synoptical Review of Feature Productions that Will Be
Given First Presenta ion to tlie Local Patrons This Week
"His Sweetheart" ! "The Guilded Youth"
. hi ;
Cast of characters:
Joe PlclarH . . . . A , ...C.eorfe Beban
Mamma Mia Sarah Kernan
Trina Oaptne Helen Jerome Eddy
Godfrey Kelland Harry Devere
Mrs. Kelland Kathleen Klrkham
Joe, an tlalian, has an ice establish
ment in the "East Side." Trina lives
I net door. She is fond of Joe and is
I relieved when she learns Joe's "sweet
: heart" is "Mamma Mia," his mother.
! Godfrey Kelland is candidate for
the governorship, and Joe's efforts are
' enlisted. The Weasel is arrested as
: he seeks refuge in Joes house; sus
! picions arc cast upon Mamma Mia.
: Mrs. Kelland loses a diamond pin.
! Baby Kelland has placed the pin ui
; tlie basket of clothes Mamma Mia
is to wash and she is found "guilty"
and sentenced to the penitentiary.
Joe and his mother have witnessed
an attempt upon Kelland's lite and
assisted him, but Kelland i9 .vigorous
in his prosecution. Later Mrs. Kel
land discovers the baby putting an
other piece of jewelry in the basket
and decides Joe's mother is innocent.
Two crooks from flic gang de
termine to put a slop to Kelland's
activities and to "plant" a golf ball
filled with nitroglycerine so that Kel
land will be blown up. as by an un
known accident. . lhey play upon
Joe's feeling and induce him to place
the ball. As Kelland -is about to
strike the ball, Mrs. Kelland and
rina come into the grounds and Joe
takes the blow.. Joe's confession
that the ball was intended for him
incites Kelland's anger, but Mrs. Kit
land's story of the baby's innocent
part in the tragedy soften the politi
cian's heart, the Italian 'family is re
united and Trina's happiness also, se
cured. "The Bride of Hate"
'The Bride of Hate'' is written by
John Lynch, directed by Walter Ed
wards and supervised by Thomas H.
Ince. The cast:
Dr. Dupley Duphex Frank Keenan
Mereedea Mendosa ........Maraery Wllaon
Paul Crenahaw Jerome Store
Judge Shone Datld M. Hartford
Roae Dnprea BtTlra Well
Mammy Loo Mra. J. Hunt
A drama of love and revenge, with
its scenes laid in the "old south," is
"The Bride of Hate." The principal
characters in the story are Dr. Dup
ley Duprez, a wealthy planter, whose
orphaned niece is betrayed by a young
blood named Paul Crenshaw. The
girl kills herself, and the doctor re
venges himself upon Crenshaw by
introducing to him as a Creole a slave
girl whom he has won at cards. The
girl, Mercedes, is an unwilling party
to the plot. Crenshaw falls violently
in love with Mercedes and marries
her, after which Duprez disgraces
him by revealing that he bas married
a negress. Crenshaw and Mercedes
separate immediately after the cere
mony, and the young man, sunken in
dissipation, soon meets a violent
death. Then Duprez makes tbe start
ling discovery that Mercedes is really
a Spanish girl who has been wrong
fully held in slavery, and her forgive
ness, granted when he seeks it, is the
greatest joy of his life.
FACTORIES ARE ECONOMIZING
Sarins; the Pieces a Regular Feature
of Big Manufacturing
The incentive to search for the nu
merous classes of economies varies
with different individual concerns as
well as with different lines of industry,
but the present high prices of practic
ally all materials constitute a common
spur to savings of this kind in every
line of business.
One of the best ways to save mate
rials is to reclaim them and use over
again. And so you find the Southern
Railway dismantling its box cars, re
moving the siding and reworking it
for roofing boards on other cars. If
you are familiar with wire mills, you
may know that the American Steel
and Wire company has introduced a
vacuum system for cleaning lime dust
laden floors. The plan was started as a
sanitary movement, but the device has
resulted in an entirely unlooked-for
return in dollars and cents in that the
lime thus removed is bagged and sold
as a by-product. You will find textile
mills reclaiming soap from waste
water, fountain pen plants getting
gold from the same source and
foundries recovering acid from waste
There is always the danger of over
enthusiasm in this sort of work to the
extent that the economics may actu
ally cost more when supervision and
labor are taken into strict account
than they are worth.
ST. PAUL. MINN. 1n. .thomand .. JoyfOi
ptaMUTt -lawke. ffftrbed in varleltrd
covtumcki. make Mtnnatuta'i Moond out-
' door .port cmrntval a marry fttr.
PITTSBURGH, PA. An entire quvr MAefc
of tbe crowded btttlnefe Section 1' con
sumed by, a dlstufroua fire, with a Iom
of I2.ioo.6m. '
new, York cttt H4mi frirnt txr
carrying uopll for th b11tgereit. are
flumped "Into th rivet whe th lighter
turns over. .. .
IN SERBIA Monastic, rveently reeAMor!
by -the Serb. In an txample of lb nn
. wenchable spirit that alttrtlatea t nation
. ttibiJnf.to .liberate Ita, Ian. . - i;
LONDON. KNOLANOVTroapa aM ( tttn
more troopn," 1 the-iHylnt oall U whth
all Britain nobly reepotn? af aa, the alHea da
.termina to vtruggle trimly on t6fctory.
PARK TOWTCR. WTO. rlrd , Of MaOn,
which wildly roamed tnt weatcri. riri,
' art now almost eitttVot eltept In fcapUrlty.
SOURUAK-&, TBXA-aoutkw4trtt oft
fieide raoelvi a boom wheA a tufa nw
,ruk.er .suddenly breaKa forth,., ftoodlns
the surrounding section. ' t -
RfcD BANK. N. J. Alrplarilnf fhi lea
a new oport .which eamblnea tbe lleajraree
of ice-boating with tha thrill of the wMrt
Ittg prop I let, la now possible for ardent
pef lovers. - - ' -
COLlTMBUS.1 N.' IL Tha American expedi
tion to lleleo is at an end end U'n
tire force sent across the border alsi
moat hs ago Is recalled: .,', .'.-
John Slocura Richard Bennett
Mary Rhea Mitchell
Be" Adrlemie aforrtaon
John Crow Oeorce Perlolat
Steele Charlee Newton
Uncle Henry... Alfred HollUiaaworth
A young society chap bent on mak
ing a fortune and not knowing how to
go about it, but who "muddles
through" in the long run is an inter
esting story which has to do with the
adventures of John Slocum, nephew
of a wealthy manufacturer, known as
: Uncle Henry wants young Slocum
to marry his ward. Bessie Dc Voe,
who is Adriennc Morrison, but the
I young man has ideas .of his own on
; the subject of marriage and has fallen
: in love with a waitress. Of course
I this leads to innumerable complica
tions, with John suffering the pangs
01 poverty until a lucky stroke m the
stock market makes him a fortune
over night and he marries Mary as
the clock strikes 12.'
'Modern Monte Cristo'
D'- Kmeraon Vincent Serrano
i n rnomaa currait
j ,renl J'eane at age of 6.. Helen Badgley
...,,. ,cnr ml use 01 ib... uiaays uor.
Tom Penderton Boyd Marshall
"A Modern Monte Cristo," is, as the
name suggests, a story somewhat
similar to Dumas' "Count of Monte
Cristo," in a modern setting. It was
written by Lloyd Lonergan, and the
production has been made in Jackson
ville, Fla.: Block Island, N. Y., and
New Rochelle. X. Y., under the di
rection of Eugene Moore, with a
It is a tale of a young doctor be
trayed by a false friend, who nurses
a secret hate because he has been
rejected by the girl the doctor is to
marry. How the rival throws sus
picion on the latter as the willful
murderer of a .man who had died in
undergoing an operation at his hands,
how he marries the girl to whom the
other was engaged, and how he is
brought to final justice, makes a pow
erful and absorbing story.
A screen Tersioi? of BaroM ICacOrath's
mat novel, rjgt-
John Cranford Harsld Lcwwd
uiana Wynne May Allison
Michael Smead Doo Pomeroy Cannon
E0"!1, J! OB L"ter
"nc' Billy Fred Wllaon
wc ianian Hayward
L8' Ellsah Zerr
Wah as.. Table Atroma
1 On n Iran irA a r,l ...
j m o,v.. ocvn.c
agent, falls in love -with a grirl he be-
nevca to oe a law Dreatcer. 1 he scene
is the Canadian border, where ex
tensive smuggling is Henna; on.
In the meantime Diana Wynne, un
known to John, is a customs agent
herself. She intercepts a telegram
that forma a clue to the smuggling.
So she and Tnhn omrlr a.
poses, each on the track of the smug
glers, and each suspecting the other,
until the exciting denouement cleara
up the mystery.
Cranford's pursuit of those who
are defrauding the government gives
opportunity to show raids on opium
dens and smuggling operations.
Swiftly moving scenes show these op
erations both before and after their
discoverv. The Hnel u..j
districts of a great city's Chinatown,
jiiBiu in an aeroplane carrying a tor
tune in jewels, a great storm at sea,
their miraculous recapture of . th
jewels which seem lost beyond all
possibility of discovery, are a few of
the incidents nf lhi ii.ixmII.
MAN WE HAVE FORGOTTEN
Matthew Fontaine Maury, a Truly
Great American, is Unknown
Everyone who has heard of Robert
Fulton, certainly everyone jvho has
heard of S. F. B. Morse or Cyrus
W. Field ought ilso-to have heard of
Matthew Fontaine Maury. Bnt that
is Kt the ease. For my part I had
never heard of Maury until I went to
Virginia. I have asked schoolboys if
they have heard of him. None of
them has. Yet Maury's scientific re
searches and accomplishments have
had an enromoas effect, not only in
this country, but throughout the
It may be said that Maury laic! the
foundation for our modern weather
bureau and that the science of mete
orology began with him. He founded
the national nautical observatory and
the hydrographic office in Washing
ton and discovered, among other
things, the cause of the gulf stream
and flie existence of that plateau in
the north Atlantic ocean which, if
I am not mistaken, mad . possible
the laying of the first Atlantic cable,
Cyrus 'W. Field said, with reference
to this: "Manry furnished the brains, ,
England the money and I did the
work.'' Further than this th charts
of th north Atlantic which Manry
made years ago are today the basis
upon which that ocean is navigated
by ill nations. '
I am informed that though he was
decorated, by many foreign govern
ments' he was never given so much as
a cheap little medal by that of the
United States and that his name has
not been kept'1 alive by any memorial
of other' token of his country's grati
tude Julian Street in Collier's.
Veney Bony hi
;ul rtorado la the moat lively town In Ran
aaa. according -to' K. IS. Pltaoarrirk. .h.
epent a. eajr recently at the Butter (Kan.) -county
.oil town. ,
'A tit, Oray of II Dorado bought a forty,
gfrre leaae montha ago for eetd rtts--
rauiek. "He aold one-half Internal tn tl n
few weeka ago to n ayndteate for tcft.oee.
Srhen ' no .Bold th. other half Interest foe
, M90. That made htm fisenno for an ISO
Iflveafment. The land Is eight mtlee west
of town. They Are paying etreote and build
ing new bouaea all over El Dorado. "Kan
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