San Antonio Express. (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 334, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 30, 1913 Page: 3 of 85
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SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 1913.
Former (tovernor of
Philippines to Tell
of Islands' Resources
PURPOSE APPEARS TO BE TO DE-
CEIVE THEIR PEOPLE AMD
Special Telegram to The Eipreas.
LAKKl»o. Tex., Nov. 2V.—Uae of the
mo*t preposterous ami sensational news
btorie* ever published in a supposedly
reliable newspaper in Mexico, uud which
is thought to have been at the belwst
of the Mexicau authorities in au atteiup
Co stop the exodus of wealthy Mexican*
who are fleeing from Mexico to the Lulled
Slates for safety, appeured in lil Noiiciero
—the leadiug newspaper of Monterey, yes-
terday afternoon aud a copy of which was
Received here today. The Mexican govern-
ment prohioits tUe cirtuUtion of Aiueri
can papers in places here soldiers are
stationed iu older lo keep theiu in i if nor-
dnce of what is developing and it is lor
Uie purpose «»t deluding these people as
well as stopping tlie tide of emigration tbat
j) row pied ih • publication of the article.
Captioned by glaring deadlines ou its
Iront page the article iu Spanish pro-
ceeds to inform the people of Monterey
iu*l elsewhere that the negroes (»f Texas!
auraged by the buruiuj; alive of negroes
In \arious towns of Texas had riseu iu
re\olt to the number oi several thousands, j
thr immediate cause being the "arrest oi
some negroes of the educated class who j
were suspected of complicity iu ploti»."i
thai there had becu "a revolt of itattallou :
i\ of the negroes stationed at FU»resville. |
Texas, who were Joined by over 3.UW j
Texas negroes who proceeded to destroy
the railway between San Antonio ami
Corpus Christi, afterwards looting several
small stores which they encountered ou
the way and burning house*.."
The article then proceeds to relate how
the Senate of the luited States was great-
ly disturbed over the affair and Presi-
dent Wilson became so alarmed that he
ordered Governor Colquitt to issue a de-
cree" prohibiting the Mexicans from
leaving Texas for their own country
which they were doing in large nuin
bers until stopped by the "decree"
»f the Texas Governor. The article
concludes with the statement that the
Mexican Federal commander at Nuevo La
tedo has had his garrison augmented in
order to be able to hold back thousands
of Americans who are fleeing from the
United State- and crossing over the bord-
er it Nuevo Laredo. It is said the above
Statements were published iu papers iu va-
rious parts of Mexico simultaneously.
V. v. DALRYMP
Governor Palryniple'a visit to the I'ufied
States at this time is in the nature of
a publicity eaiupaign. He will show what
the Filipinos have done and are capable
of doing. His lectures will be delivered
largely before commercial bodies. He will
be on the lecture platform nine mouths.
MITEI SIN LUIS P0TDS1
In the Lead-
That's Frank Bros.' clothes from the beginning of one
season to another.
Always there with the "dope"—don't know what
"dope" is? Well, that's the "smartness," "style," "indi-
viduality," which all means that they're out of the or-
We have four great lines for you to choose from—
Stein-Bloch, Strouse Bros., Kuppenheimer and L. System.
SLIT OR OVERCOAT $15.00 TO $35.00
It's a pleasure for us to show you the many new presents that
we have for Xmas.
Everything from a 50c tie to a $35.00 lounging robe.
With HIM in mind you need not worry what you should give
him. Just come to our shop and look through our stocks, and you'll
see so many pretty things that you can easily make a selection.
PLAZA Frank Bros'.
"The Store for You"
Riding Into Ysleta, They Are Taken
Into Custody—Uefu.se to Tell
Names or Destination.
ftpeciai Telegram to The Express.
KI, TAMO, Tm., Nov. 29.—Sixteen Mexi-
cans, four of them heavily armed with
rifles, daggers aud ammunition, rode Into
Ysleta, twelve milts east of El Paso, this
afternoou on the Interurban, and were
promptly arresteij by Deputy Sheriff Paul
wuerscbmidi and Customs Inspector 11.,
The Mexicans were turned over to the
American soldier* at Ysleta to be guarded
until Sheriff Peyton J. Kdwsrds could
get there to tale charge of them. He
brought the four armed men to HI Paso.
The prisoners made no attempt to create
a disturbance, aud would not give their
names or tell fkirt they were from, or
what was their object in going to Ysleta.
They were dressed iu new clothing, had
uew shoes and suit "ases and jll.WKl iu
National Railways to Pay Interest.
NEW YOttK, Nov. 29.—The National
Knilwayp of Mexico will pay the lute rest
duo Monday, December 1, on Its $20,000
two-year G per cent notes, according to an
announcement made at the company's
off ifcm today. Owing to financial losses
resulting from the Internal strife In Mex-
ico, the ability of the company to meet the
obligation has been in doubt.
lor itliruiuatiftiii. Elmer & Amend'*
N. Y. 2sr»l gives relief. Why suffer when
this relieves you'.' Reliable druggists
carry it. (Adv.)
Stops Tobacco Habit
in One Day
Sanitarium Polishes Free Rook Show-
ing -low Tobacco Habit Caa Be
Banished in From One to
Five IJavs at Home.
The Elders Sanitarium, located at W1
Mailt St., St Joseph, Mo., has published
a free book showing the deadly effect
of the tobacco habit, and how it can tie
banished in from one to five days at home.
Men ivho have used tobacco for ui>r>'
thau fifty years have tried this method
and say It is entirely successful, aud it.
addition to banishing the desire for to
baeco has improved their health wonder
fully. This method banishes the desire
for tobacco, no matter whether It i"
smoking, chewing, cigarettes or snuff
Af this book is being distributed free,
anyone wanting a copy should send their
name aud address at, once. (Advertise-
That City Now Appears to Be Objec-
tive Point it the Consti-
CITY or MEXICO, Nov 29. San Luis
Potosi, the largest town between the cap-
ital and Monterey, and the most Important
railroad center in Central Mexico.'appears
to be the objective point of those Con-
stitutionalists who recently began concen-
trating south of Saltlilo. Reports from
the State of Tamaulipas Indicate that the
concentration at Victoria hits brought to-
gether more than ti.twi men and that Gen-
eral liubio Navarrete, the Federal com-
mander who intended to recapture Victoria,
is iu a difficult situation north of that
town. There is an unconfirmed report
that Xavarrete's force has been cut to
pieces, although according to tlie war de-
partmeut be has retaken Victoria.
West of Sail Luis l'ntosi, iu the State
of Guanajuato, ou the Peujatuo branch of
the National Hallways, Constitutionalists
today burned the new $40,00u-peso station
Another troop train was blown up near
San Luis l'otesi yesterday. Private ad-
vices indicate the presence of a thousand
Constitutionalists within striking 'instance
of that city. A passenger who arrived here
today from San Luis Potosi told a story
of the wiping out of a military escort of
fifty men on a train bound from Tatnplco
to San Luis Potosi four days ago. He
said the railway line since thou has been
cut and traffic suspended.
The story o£ this man, who said he was
a passenger on the train, was that the
traiu ran into a cut guarded by Consti-
tutionalists. Mac hine guns had been placed
on both sides of the track aud their fire
was concentrated on the traiu. When the
engagement was over every soldier on
board the train had been killed aud forty-
five passengers wounded.
Constitutionalists who entered the
coaches after the fight to rob the pas-
sengers, expressed regret that any pas-
sengers had been hit by their bullets. The
passengers were left with enough money
to carry them to their destinations.
Some reports received here say Tarn-
pleo has been taken but iu best informed
circles they are discredited, although It Is
known that the Constitutionalist circle is
slowly tightening about that port.
Saltlilo and Monterey continue isolated
aud reports from other parts of the coun-
try Indicate successful Constitutionalist ac-
in the capital there is an absence of any
news indicating an Increased government
strength, either financial or military.
Denials were made today both at the
American embassy uud the palace that
any negotiations between' Mexico and the
United States are under way, notwith-
standing tiie departure of Foreign Minister
Moheuo for Vera Cruz, where it is under-
stood John Llud, President Wilson's per-
sonal representative, returned today.
The Japanese minister conferred today
with Nelson o'Shaiighnessy, American
charge d'affaires, regarding the protection
Japanese subjects might expect on the
west const. The minister was assured by
Mr. O'Bhaughnessy tliey would receive the
same protection as far as the United
States was concerned, as other foreigners.
Admiral von Uiutze, the German min-
ister, talked with Mr. O'Shaiighnessy re-
garding plans for the defense of the for-
eign colonics in the capital. The Amer-
icans have not yet united with the Eu-
ropeans in any action looking toward de-
fense in case it should become necessary,
IS MORE CRITICAL
PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT'S EF-
FORTS TO GET FUNDS FOR NA-
TIONAL LINES SIGNIFICANT.
Continued from Page One.
regard the. subject as one beyond the
ability of the lutyed States Government to
handle without anything more than the
moral Minport of other foreign nations.
QliRT IN OIL KnCLI)S.
A long telegraphic report was received
during the day from Admiral Fletcher on
lilsi flagship Rhode Inland. The admiral's
report dealt with conditions in the oil
fields, which are so fur quiet but still
With the arrival in Mexican waters of
the fourth division <>f the Atlanth fleet In
the course <»t' a fortnight, three fourths of
that great naval aggregation will be en-
gaged In the protection of American and
foreign interests In Mexico.
The final termination of the threatened
Navajo uprising in Northwestern New
Mexico will have the effect of releasing
the squadron of the Twelfth Cavalry which
was rushed from Fort Ho bin son, Neb., to
the Indian agency, aud these troops will
go at once to Texas, reinforcing ou the
border patrol the Second and Fifteenth
Cevalry now at Kl Paso, along with the
battery of the Fifth Field Artillery.
E NI i LIS H CO-OPE U AT I NO.
Although Hear Admiral Craddock, com-
manding the Kritlsh ships in Mexican
waters outranks Admiral Fletcher by
virtue of seniority, the British commander
has notified the admiral that he wishes to
subordinate himself in co-operating with
the United States forces. This fresh evi-
dence of friendly feeling and hearty co*
operation between the two governments,
was received here today with manifest
Koar Admiral rraddock has been ad
vised by Hear Admiral Fletcher of the ex
tent of the plans adopted by the American
commander to safeguard British as well
hm American interests at Tampico anil
Tuxpum. The action of the British ad-
miral in sailing away from Tampico la
taken us evidence that he was satisfied
with the adequacy of those plans.
Official dispatches from Culiacan, capi-
tal of Hlnaloa, say both Governor IUveron
and General Obregon, the civil and mili-
tary heads, have stated that strict orders
have been given to tiieir followers that
foreigners and their interests shall not be
Along the northeast border conditions
are reported quiet. Vice consul Johnson
and family, and several American refugees
have left Monterey.
Paris Temps Calls
for Concerted Action
With linited States
PAH18, Nov. 29.— The I'arls Temps to-
day prints a vigorous editorial upon 'The
Aanrchy in Mexico." The newspaper in
concluding the article says:
"Iu the presence of death, destruction
and ruin the moment appears to linve been
ttaclied when humanity aud general iulor-
est commands nil the powers to take con-
certed action with the United States to
compel all the parties In Mexico to lay
down their arms and bring au end to the
it* it% now pn5S Mitr"ni'P f,Mj
H| J ■■■I and carries new member's
insurance to March, 1014.
$25 weekly indemnity. f3,uuo accidental death.
Accident insurance at actual cost for business,
traveling and professional men. Now Is a good
time to Join. International Travelers' Associa-
tion of America, Dallas, Texas. 1'rlce Cross,
president. Bam 1*. Stubr, secretary.
Holiday Excursion Rales
— TO POINTS IN ========
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Ken-
tucky, Mississippi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Vir-
ginia, Washington, D. C., St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City and Denver.
0a Sale Dec. 20-21-22 —Limit Jan. 18
Office 401 £. Houston r-Phones 425
Kail wiiy Co.
Villa's Troops Are Only Thirty-five
Miles North of Federals at
EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 29.—The vanguard
of Gen. Francisco Villa's forces, which left
.luaros Friday night, Is reported tonight
at Los Mcdanos, about thirty-five miles
north of n column of Federal forces, which
have been at Villa Ahumada since the bat-
tle of 'l'lerra ltlanca.
The vanguard will remain at Los Me-
diums until tliey are Joined by 3,000 troops
uinler Gen. Maclovio Herrera that left
Jmtri-z on threw trains today. Herrera's
forces are expected to reach Los Meditnos
on Monday. A delay iu tlie journey south-
ward from that point is expected us a
Federal train was found iu the ditch at
Hancheria, where the federals abandoned
General Villa will leave for the south In
a day l two with the remainder of tin
rebel' forces now in Juarez. Ills train
will lie, followed by an artillery train.
Federal officials In KI Paso report that
Gep. Puscual Oro7.r0 with fi.ottn Federal
troops Is moving northward from Clilbuu-
liuu to attack Villa's vanguard.
Escudero Goes to Juarez.
IfOGALIOS, Sunora, Nov. 28.- Francisco
Hscuilero, Minister of Foreign Affairs In
the pmvlsonnl Constitutionalist cabinet,
left here today for J wires, Mexico
Huerta Seeks Loans in Vain.
Jilt I SSK 1.8. Nov. 20. Mexican agents
eontilme to seek loans here. It Is under-
stood that Louis tie la Hurra, financial
agent. In London of the Mexican govern-
ment. bus entered into negotiations for ad-
vances, but has not beetc very sucessful.
The Phlllpsoti Hank, which Is behind the
Secondary Itallrouds t'ouipany, whose con
c sslon for S.200 miles of railroads Is
pending before the Mexican Congress, Is
considered as the concern most likely to
make a loan to Provisional President
Huertn's administration, r. M. Phlllpsou,
however, told the Associated Press today
that a Mexican loan could not now be
floated iu Belgium, us the situation was
Continued from Pane One,
a message anil a greeting from the San
Antonio School Hoard.
"You owe us u visit. It Is years since
this association met with us. We waut
you to see how we have grown sluce lust
you saw us. We want you to see the sort
of tow n we are building.
"We want to show you our magnificent
school system. We are trying to build
up the best there is in Texas. We spend
annually a half million dollars for niuiu-
teuaiice. We are this year spending nearly
another half million for new bulliiuigB and
equipment. We have the finest school
building in the State. We pay our teachers
the best salaries of any city iu the State.
Our organization Is second to noue. We
have a staff of over four hundred teach-
ers. A sample of them are with you here
today—but as good ones are ut home wait-
ing to welcome you in 11)14.
"Ours is a progressive School Hoard. It
was elected by an overwhelming majority
on a ticket pledged to progressive ideas
and bearing into office three or our nobleV
women, to lend us their counsel and ex-
"You should visit Texas' largest, great-
est anil roost beautiful city, the entrepot
of Mexico, the queen city of America's win-
ter garden, the beauties of her parks and
plazas await you.
"The inspiration that will be yours from
treading the historic ground of San An-
tonio will pay you for the coming. Here
lies lteu Milam. Mere stands the Alamo.
Here are the halls that once rang to the
eloquence of Cvockett. Here is the capital
where reigned the viceroy of a foreign
monarch. Farther back lit the dim dawn
of Texas' civilisation here tolled the
cowled monk of Spain to rear a church to
Ills God and found a province for his
King. Can you fit yourself better for
work in your schoolroom than to come
and view these holy scenes? Than to trend
upon this sacred ground?
"Our welcome awaits you. San Antonio
is noted, and Justly noted, for her hospital-
ity. The most momentous gatherings in
the history of Texas have been held there.
'^<1111 Antonio is the greut mother heart
of Texas ,aiid her arms are always open
lo fold in warm embrace her sons and
daughters. Hotels that rival In beauty and
in accommodation any to be found on earth
await you and bid you welcome. Our
homes are open to you and our hands are
ready to clasp yours in cordial greeting.
Our Chamber of Commerce, greater in
size than any In the South, Js pledged to
care for you.
I "Where the full-born river springs,
Where the mocking bird nightly sings;
Is San Antonio.
"Where the clear San Pedro flows;
Where the fig anil plantain grows;
Where the fighting game cock crot£S—
Is San Antonio,
"Where the people's hearts are pure;
Where the sick of earth find cure;
Where the ills of life are fewer—
Is Satt Antonio.
"Where historic scenes are laid!
Where the heroes' graves are made;
In the Alamo's grim shade—
Is San Autonlo.
"It is there we bid you come."
Federals Cross to Arizona.
Yl.'MA, Ariz., Nov. 29.—Fifty Mexican
Federal soldiers are encamped ontheAmer
lean side of the border In the vicinity of
the Colorado ltiver, it was reported liere
touigiit by ranchers of that district. The
ranchers said the Federals had a cache of
arms and ammunition which they were
trailing lor provisions, it was believed
the soldiers fled across the border to es-
cape the Constitutionalists.
Rabago's Death Confirmed.
IIFKMOSILLO, 'Mexico, Nov. 20.—Con-
firmation of the report from the City of
Mexico that General Antonio Habago, mil-
itary governor of the State of Tamaulipas,
llliil committed suicide after losing Vic-
toria, the capital, was received here to-
day. It was milil that Uitbago had killed
himself while Ills forces were being pur-
sued by the Insurgents of General Pablo
CONTENDS LANGUAGE, PURPOSE
AND SALE VIOLATE PROVI-
SIONS OK CONSTITUTION.
ARGUES CASE IN COURT
Special Telegram to Tb# KxpreM.
FOUT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 20.—If Judge
W. F. Itamsey of Austin, former member
of the Court of Criminal Appeals aud
■till later a candidate for Governor, is
correct in bl« contention, then practiacally
every Independent school district bond In
Texas will be invalidated. In the case
of Glass vs. Pool, argued In the Court of
Civil Appeals here Saturday, Judge
Ramsey In attacking the validity of the
bouil issue by the Clifton Independent
school district, made vigorous contention
that the language Iu the bonds, the pur-
poses for which the bonds were Issued uud
the way the money obtained from the sale
of the bonds would be spent are in direct
contravention to the Constitution of the
State of Texas.
The Clifton bouds, in common with a
general practice In issuing Independent
school district bonds, provided that the
money obtained from the sale thereof
I should be used for the purpose of "1'ur-
I chasing a site, the erection of u school
building and the equipping thereof." The
Constitution says that independent school
districts may issue bonds for the pur-
pose uf erecting mid equipping buildings
for school purposes, but the organic law
j is sileut on the question of issuing bouds
for the purpose of a site.
Just what the filial outcome of this con-
test will be Is, of course, not to be guessed
ut, but one thing is certain if the con-
tention of Judge Ramsey is correct, then
practically every independent school dis-
trict in the State tluit bus Issued bonds
depreciate to that point that a bond Il-
legally issued is supposed to depreciate.
laud, Eleventh Cavalry, Is relieved from
treatment at Walter Iteed General Hos-
pital, Washington, I). ('., and he will re-
turn to his proper station.
The President has accepted the resigns-
iiatlon of Second Lieutenant William 11
Sullivan, Philippine Scouts.
Captain C. E. Hawkins, quartermaster
corps, w ill proceed to Fort Reno, tempo-
rary duty, thence to proper station.
Leaves of absence: Captain Garrison
McCnskey, Twenty-sixth Infantry, two
months; Captain Paul C. Galleher, Nine-
teenth infantry, two months; First Lieu-
tenaut Jacob K Fickel, Thirteenth In-
fantry, one month.
Man Held for Burglary.
Two white men are held at the police
station charged with burglary and theft
under $IX). They were arrested by De-
tectives Long aud Harvey and are said
to have robbed a residence on South
Florest Street Friday night, taking a
quantity of household goods. They are
believed to have robbed a box car In the
Sup yards the same night. Some of the
goods have been recovered.
To Leave for Houston.
A. R. A(kluson, division passenger agent
of the Sunset-Central lines, will leave to-
night for Houston to confer with officials
there about several important matters, lie
will return to San Antonio Tuesday.
Young Girl Shoots Herself.
Special Telegram to The Express.
COLEMAN, Tex., Nov. 29.—Miss Addle
McCulloek, It) years of age, daughter or
Mrs. McCulloek of Coleman, ktlled herself
Thursday evening by shooting. I lei
mother ami a brother survive. No cause
Is known for the deed.
TRY GR.VN DM OTHER'S OLD FA-
VORITE RECIPE OF SAGE TEA
Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea
and Sulphur, properly compounded, brings
back the natural color mid lustre to the
hair when faded, streaked or gray; also
ends dandruff. Itching scalp and stops full
ing hair. Years ago the only way to get
this mixture was to uiak.- It at home,
which Is mussy and troublesome. Now
adiiys. by asking at any drug store for
"Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Hntr Remedy"
you will get a large bottle of this famuus
old recipe for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can
possibly tell that you darkened your hulr,
as It does It so naturally and evenly. You
dampen a sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hulr, taking
one small strand at a time; by morning
the gray hair disappears, and after an-
other application or two. your hair be-
comes beautifully dark, thick and glossy.
Guadalupe High at Gonzales.
GONZALES, Tex., Nov. 28.—The rains
have put the Guadalupe River on a rlso
<>f eleven feet. Harvesting of the peach
crop Is being somewhat Interfered with
by the excessive ralng.
Staff Special to The Kxpress.
WASHINGTON, O. C., Nov. 20.—Army
The name of Colonel W. K. Wright, In-
fantry, Is placed on the list of detnehed
officers, to take effcct December 1, and
the name of Colonel Samuel Dunning,
infantry, is removed therefrom, nnd he is
usslgned to the Thirteen Infantry.
First Lieutenant Wade 11. Westmore-
Your Kidneys Are to Blame
Sufferers from kidney disease are prone to imagine they have
dyspepsia, heart disease, nervous prostration and a hundred and
one ills, but nine times out of ten the ^eal trouble is that the kid-
neys are to weak and diseased tnat they are utterly unable to
carry the waste matters out of the body and the uric acid accumu-
lates in the system »nd slowly and surely paves the w»y for
Bright's disease. To make your kidneys
healthy and strong-, you should lose fio
time in taking
Warner's Safe Kidney
and Liver Remedy
H acts on the delicate tissues of the kid-
neys, stimulates the diseased partv pur-
ifies the blood by increasing the circula-
tion and awakens the torpid iiv^r; assist*
digestion and tones up and strengthens
the whole body; enabling every tirgan to
do its work properly and fully.
EACH HI A PllifftSl
1 KM»r .nd Liver
4 Attkma Remedy
SOLD IY ALL DRVCQ1STS
Writ* lor a (tut sample
gi ving the number ol rem-
edy desired to
SAFE REMEDIES CO..
Dept. 280 Rochester, N.Y.
Burled Gold Is Stolen.
city detectives lire helping Henry Ur-
buncek, a building contractor, In an ef-
fect lo recover |220 in gold which be suys
v.as removed from its burial place In his
slied at Too Lninbrniiu Street. The money
viik placed underground three weeks ago
and Its disappearance !s n mystery to
Mr. t'rbuneck, who says no one but him-
self knew of the burled treasure. The
police have found no clue.
Three Defendunts Give Ball.
Hpnclftl Telpgrnm to The ICxpronk,
I'ALKSTTNH, Tex., Nov. 20,—F, .T.
Kongo, charged with the murder of Hous-
ton lthoilas In the northern part of the
county Wednesday, aud his two sons, Ernst
iind Claude, charged with being accom-
plices, wore allowed bull tiefore Justice
Nash. Itange's bond was, flxei^ at $5,000
mill his sons $2.r>00. They made the bouds
aud were released.
Xmas Suggestions to Women
Buying Things for Men
This store is filled with useful and beautiful gift things for
men; it answers all questions of what to give, to whom to
give it to and how much to pay; it's like a huge Christmas
stocking—you can't tell what's inside until you look.
Hats and Caps
Suitcases and Bags
517 CAST HOUSTON STREET
We also offer an extensive assortment of novelty goods,
such as bill books, handkerchief cases, tie racks, collar
boxes, hair brush sets, drinking cups, Pullman slippers,
manicurc sets, etc.
Harf-Schaffner & Marx and
For father, brother or husband, a new suit or overcoat
would make an ideal Christmas present. We have them for
as little as $15 and as much as $50, but $25- is the price
most men pay, because it buys a fine quality. We guarantee
every garment to fit perfectly and will refund money on any
that fail to give satisfactory wear.
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