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VOL. I NO. OH
PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1915.
PRIOE ONE CENT
CopmattT, 1815, t tiii rcua Limm Counm.
PIRATES TIE SCORE ON "ALEX;"
BROWNS DOWN ATHLETICS, 8-2
'Bernstorff and Lansing
; Agree on Interpretation
of German Note
IpW A I T U-BOAT REPORT
WASHINGTON, Sept. 13.
Tho t'nltcil States la willing to arbi
trate tho question of Germany's liability
for tho deaths of tho two Americans who
lout their lives In the sinking of the liner
Secretary of Slate Lansing explained to
Count von Bernstorff, tho German Am
baasador, at a 35-mlnUto conference to
day, that ho saw no real objection to
such a course.
From confidential but trustworthy
sources It wa learned this afternoon
that Count von Bernstorff discussed
with Secretary Lansing tho proposition
of reaching nn amicable undcrstandlns
"on all of tho questions between the
United States and Germany." Within
the next ten days or two weeks Count
von Bernstorff believes that every ques
tion will have been disposed of satisfac
torily, and that the need of any notes
between tho two governments will have
'been swept aside.
NO FINAL. ARRANGEMENT
No final arrangement was reached at
today's noon conference, It was learned.
This was not taken as a denial of the
A theory that Lansing agreed to aibltra
T" 'lnn nn tho lustlHabilltv of thn Arabic at-
! " tack. It was Interpreted as Implying that
no general adjustment was effected.
It was stated, however, that "no terms
were proposed by the Ambassador or ac-
; . cepted by Secretary Lansing."
K Bernstorff was said to consider that he
i- "has every reason to feel hopeful."
The Impression was that Lansing had
outlined tho American viewpoint and that
i-.'' Bernstorff was about to submit tho mat-
- ter to Berlin, trusting that the two gov-
i' ., ernments will bo able to get together.
X From the general mass of contradictory
iJt Information, threo facts stood out:
If. I, A misunderstanding has arisen.
m 2. This ."misunderstanding" has not yet
tiy been settled.
v (Bernstorff aro tryftig to reach an flgree-
iTQtiu, ana me Ambassador at least is
V) U, O. A,Ot-i) AIVUliAUU4i
There Is good reason for believing In
American acceptance of tho German
proposition to arbitrate the Arabic cnae.
That Is, the point to be settled was
Continued on 1'aae Two, Column Six
;ST. LOUIS BROWNS
WIN POORLY PLAYED
GAME MM MACKS
S' Athlofloa' PUivnit- DUnlinva T
1-75 effective Aorainst Branch
Rickey's Young Hopefuls.
Score, 8 to 2
JSISLER'S HARD HITTING
AH. It. H. O. A. E.
Shotten. If 3 0 12 0 0
, tx iiowara, -ju 5 2 3 1 1 u
nwer, lb 5 1 2 U 1 0
Pratt, 2b 4 13 2 11
Lee, If 4 0 0 3 0 0
Jacobson, rf. 4 110 0 0
'Lavan, s 3 113 4 0
lary c 4 2 15 10
Phillips, p 3 0 0 0 10
TotaU 35 8 12 27 12 1
A. II. It. H. O. A. K.
Jocnane. if 1 1 a
IWaUh. If 4 oil
JlBtrunk. et 1 n 1 1
iLaJole, ss 4 0 0 1
frcjnnls, lb 4 0 0 10
iiOldrinir. 3h 3 a 1 0
f Malone, 2b , 3 113
.flvoy, o 3 0 v
lieehan, p 0- 0 0 .0
les, p , 2 0 0 0
Totals , 31 3 7 12 1
HownrH nut hit hv nllnhfil hall In
: MomrK.Prnftt PHnUa fltrltnV. nnilb-
i'-Pratt, 81 Malone, Jacobson, Howard.
-"-nuces-Hneennn, Shotten, l'nuupi,
Stolen bases Pratt, Howard. Stryck out
y Bheehan. 2i Phillips, 4j Eccles, 4.
s on balia off Sheehan 2: Phillips.
k BHinE PAK, Sept. 13. t. Louis won
i" mira straight victory over the Ath
tlc this afternoon by batting; Shechan
ut of tho box while Phillips, -a recruit
from Wllkes-Barre, held tho Mackmen
rMte at III! lma Tim (ltml si-nrn WHS
.'. to !.
v After Sheehan waa batted from tho
tound Mack Bent lankv southpaw
Mmed Ecclea to the mound. He Is one
if wack's morning school recruits, ana
r pitched splendid ball for five Innings.
hotten singled to left. Howard forced
ouen, Mclnnls to Lajole. Lajole threw
'; Continued on !'( Two, Column Two
Tito Kenslngtonian Says:
Wrf htar that Mart Rrennan teat con-
' lnNpfotlnjji o Iriji to Ewropet but after
110 fAat thtv were throwing (llomba
l anil Irt Mart decided to itau at
if and open a ftth ttore.
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In the St. Louis-Athletics game this afternoon, Sislcr, Branch Rickey's Michigan recruit, hit like a fiend. In
the third inning his hit sent Shotten romping home. Shcehnn, Athletics' pitcher, is shown backing up
McAvoy, who missed tagging the runner. Umpire Evans' attitude show clearly that Shotten was safe.
NEW CORD CLUE;
SLAIN MAN'S WILL
GIVES WIDOW ALL
New Witnesses Heard
Shots S.aw Man Leaving
Murder Scene in Buggy
DROVE AT HIGH SPEED
An entirely new theory of how and
when Samuel S. Cord, wealthy realty
man, wasfmJrdored Is .being 'pursued iV
l'rosecutor William J. IvTaft as the re
sult of a story told by three employes
"of tho Pennsylvania Itailroad Company
at the Kishhouse, N. J., station,-100 yards
from tho spot where Cord's body was
The three men said they heard five
shots at flvo minutes before 3 o'clock
on tho afternoon of Monday, August 30,
the last day Cord was seen alive. They
also saw a light buggy driven by a man
about 45 years old, who we dark cloth
Ins nnd a soft hat, across -n old baseball
diamond near the point where the body
DRIVEN AT HIGH SPEED.
According to the new witnesses, this
carriage was driven at furious speed. It
crossed the diamond, plunged Into some '
high weeds In rough ground and disap
peared up the road to Delalr, N. J. This
story manes tne nrst naw in me ineory
that Cord was murdered In an automo
bile. The new witnesses are Frank J. Mur
phy, of 1725 Fillmore street, Camden, and
Elmer A. Lacy, of 630 Stevens Btreet,
Camden. Murphy Is towerman at the
Flshhouse station. So is Lacey. A third
man, employed In the maintenance de
partment, corroborates their story.
Lacey told Prosecutor Kraft today that
he was on his way home, August 30, when"
Continued on rage Sir, Column Three
Admits Burying Stolen Jewelry
Julia Hill, a negress, told Magistrate
Pennock In the Central Police. Court to
duy that In the backyard of her mother's
home, on Tennessee avenue, Atlantic
City, there was Jewelry vulued at more
than two which she said she burled there
after taking It from tho rooms of guests
at the Greater Pittsburgh Hotel, whero
.he was employed. Tho prisoner was held
to await requisition papers from New
Jersey. She was arrested at 21st and
Lombard streets, on Saturday night, by
Detectives Williams and Brown. She
protested her innocence at the time, but
later the police say she admitted her
guilt. She Is also accused of stealing
100 In cash from the hotel.
PIRATES TO PROTEST
PHILS 3-2 VICTORY
Complaint oil Grounds of Inter
ference When Barney Was
Hit by Boll
PITTSBURGH, Sept, 13. The Pitts
burgh National Baseball League Club
has protested to JTesJdent Tcjier the
game won by Philadelphia Club here Sat
urday, by a score of 3 to t.
In the eighth Inning OulHelder Barney,
of Pittsburgh, was called out for Inter
ference with his own batted ball, because,
after laying down a bunt, the ball struck
the bat a second time while he was
getting away to first liase.
The Pittsburgh Club 'contends that in.
such a case a player cannot be called
out for Interference unless the Interfer
enpe Is deliberate.
$5000 GEM THEFT IN HOTEL
Wife of Columbia Manufacturer
Robbed in Lancaster, Pa.
LANCASTKIl. Pa7"sept. ".-ISSa
slonal thieve stole gems valued at 500
from a suite of rooms, occupied by Mrj.
Edward T Edwards, wife of K. T. Kd
wards, owner of Columbia, ltolllng Mills,
at th Stevens House today. The robbery
iu the buldtat and biggest committed here
i tor some time.
Two men. who registered at tbe hotel
o,.,l who UUaPBtNires snunir Biier
)-obbery. rftutM4. Md detectives ra
SWEETHEART OF DEAD
R. R. CASHIER INSISTS
HE WAS SLAIN BY FOE
Young Woman Declares He Was
Robbed of the Diamond Ring
He Purchased as Birth
day Gift for Her
There Is considerable division of opin
ion today among the people of College
vlle ns to how John Yost, an employe of
the Philadelphia and Reading Railway,
met his death. Yost's body was found
Sunday along tho railroad tracks.
Relatives of the dead man contend that
he was murdered. His sweetheart, Edna
Ullman, to whom he was to have given a
diamond ring on the night of his death,
believes that Yost was struck down by a
man who held a life-long grudge against
.him. Yost had often remarked to ner,
she said, that this man had threatened
his life. He told her he had too keep on
The man In question Is said to be a
prominent citizen of Lansdale, and aa' re
cently as two vceks ago. It Is said, he re
newed his threats against Yost.
Miss Ullman,' a decidedly pretty girl,
was on 'the verge of collapse today. This
Is her 24th birthday. She believes that
the man who killed her sweetheart also
took his money and the diamond ring,
which he had Intended aa a gift on her
birthday. The fact that only small
change was found In tho pockets of the
dead man, a few hours after he had been
seen In a cafe with a roll, of bills, seems
to bear' out the murder theory, In the
opinion of Coroner MqOlathery, who Is
directing the Investigation.
This Is the second time that death has
Interfered with th$ marriage plans of
Miss Ullman. Six years ago she was en
gaged to Allan Kneer, a telegraph ,op
erator .of Collegevllle, but he died one
month before the date set for the wed
ding. The rfiother of Yost Is among others
who believe that her son waa murdered.
She Is overwhelmed with grief, for It has
Continued on Pace Two, Column One
WESTERN FARMERS AROUSED
BY BIO DROP IN WHEAT
i Appeal to U, S. Treasurer Burke and
Accuso Speculative Interests
ST. PAUI-. Minn., Sept. U The sensa
tional drop of over CO cents In wheat,
since the crop was In sight, entailing
loss of many, millions to growers, has
aroused farmer of North Dakota, who
charge It to gralnyspeculators and allied
financial Interests. They appealed to
United States Treasurer John Ilurke,
former Clovernor of North Dakota, and
he has telegraphed:
"The Government will do everything to
help the situation and. If necessary, I
will come out. The Minneapolis Reserve
Dank was established for the benefit of
the people. If It Is not fulfilling Its func
tions, petition the Reserve Doard."
Farmers declare the drop In prices, to
getbor with Inability to get loans to hold
their wheat, Is Intended t force selllrur
for the benefit of the big speculative lil-
J M ' iSmmc
. AND TIE SCORE
IN THE SEVENTH
Alexander Hard Hit in Two
Innings of Second Phil
KILLEFER LEAVES TEAM
By a Staff Correspondent
. FORBES . FlEIj'ri,;,lUsburBh.i-irj
'SepC VI. Manager.- Moran ifelcted Alex-
nnder to do the defenslvp work this aft
ernoon against the Pirates. Cooper was
on tho hill for tho locals, while Burns
and Gibson did tho receiving.
There were fully 300 present when the
game began, one of whom was Senator
Penrose; another, celebrity In tlio nelah
borhood Is Lillian Itufsell. well-known
spotlight artist and tonsorlal scribe. Miss
Russell Is staying at the Sclicnley Hotel,
tho temporary home of tho Phillies. She
did not predict today a victory for Pat
Moran's men In tho pennant race.
Manager Moran decided today before1
the game that he would send his big
backstop. Bill Klllefcr, to Bonesetter
Neither team scored In the first, al
though the Phillies had a man on second
with two down.
The Phillies Jumped Into .a two-run
lead in their halt of the second Inning
on Whltted's single, Nlehoft's double and
Alexander's safe drive to tight.
Stock popped to VIox. Bancroft singled
to right. Paskert forced Bancroft, Wag
ner to Vlox. Paskert stole second. Crav
ath filed to Barney. No runs, one hit, no
Carey filed to Bancroft. Johnston
walked, Barney lined to Bancroft, whose
throtv.- to Ludcrus doubled Johnston. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Luderus filed to Carey. Whltted singled
to left, and scored on Nlehoft's double,
which rolled to the left-left fence. Burns
grounded to Johnston. Nlehoff taking
third. Alexander singled to right, scoring
Nlehoff. Wagner made a. wonderful catch
In left centre field of Stock's drive. Two
runs, threo hits, no errors.,,
Hlnchman singled through Stock. Wag
ner fanned. Hlnchman went to second on
Vlox's out, Nlehoff to Bancrpft to Lu
deruB. Balrd filed to Cravath. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
.Bancroft walked. Paskert sacrificed,
Cooper to Johnston. Cravath filed to
Continued on rn Two, Column Two
saved from death
Mrs. Anna Albright, 76 Years
Old, Found in Room With
Gas Jets Open
A woman who has-lived at ono address
for the last 40 years and who has spent
the last 12 years of this period In mourn
ing the death of her husband by living as
a recluse, Is In the. Presbyterian Hospital
this atternpon as a result or an alleged
attempt to end her life by inhaling Illumi
nating Eas. She Is Mrs. Susanna Al
bright, 76 years old. of 3122 Filbert street.
The woman was discovered by Mrs.
Anna Allen, a neighbor, who noticed that
Mrs. Albright was not to be seen about
'her house as usual. She rang the bell
and, receiving no answer, got a hatchet
and forced a window. Mrs.. Albright was
lying pn a. sofa. In tho parlor of her home,
three gas jets and a gas heater turned
on. She was clad In stilken undergar
ments and a dressing gown, also of silk.
The police were notified of the case,
and Mrs. Albright was rushed to the hos
pital, where It was said that she would
recover. Upon regaining consciousness
the woman denied' that she had attempt
ed suicide, asserting that none of the
gas Jets had been turned on when no
lay down on the couch,
Mrs, Albright Is. said to have a brpther
living In the city and a. sister, Mrs. Mary
miey, of Filbert street below 31th, from
whom she Is said to have been estranged
for several years, She Is also repotted to
be well to do. having recently sold two
lofaeveral propertle held by her for
FIRE ABOARD SHIP
Dispatch Received From
Captain of Sant' Anna,
Ablaze in Hold
ANCONA IS ALONGSIDE
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. The fire aboard
the Fabro liner Sant Anna has been ex
tinguished, according to a wireless mes
sage received by her agents here this af
ternoon. She Is proceeding on her course.
Thero nre 338 Phlladclphlans, all but four
Italian reservists, nboard the Sant' Anna.
Tho message was relayed to New York
from tho Capo Race wireless station.
"Fire In hold No. 2," tho message read.
"Fire out. Proceeding to Azores, escorted
"Pavey." the name signed to the mes
sage. Is Captain Francftls Pavey, of the
Sant' Anna. The Ancona is tho Italian
liner which left New York for Naples
eight hours behind the Sant' Anna and
Is believed to have been within two or
three miles of the Febre liner when the
'fire was discovered.
Officers of tho Italian lino have received
no advices, but it Is assumed that tho
Ancona caught tho Sant' Anna's distress
slgiiHi last night and dashed eastward to
her assistance, arriving before noon to
day. It Is assumed that other vessels
closed in on tho burning ship. '
Captain Pavey's message did not dis
close the origin of the fire, which ship
ping agents say, m;ry have been started
by a spy. Officials of the Fabre line have
cabled to Marseilles' for full particulars.
An cndlebs stream of wireless messages
was flushed out along the coast early to
day calling assistance to the Sant' Anna.
which is afire at sea, with 1941 souls on
board, more than 1600 of them Italian
reshcrvlsts. Tho Sant' Anna is about 1100
miles cast by southeast of this port.
All efforts to get In communication with
the Imperiled vessel's commander, Cap
tain Francois Pavy, had been unavailing
until this afternoon. .,
19U 40ULS ON
The Sant Anna carried 1766 passengers,
of whom 19 were In the first cabin, 44 in
the second cabin and 1703 In the steerage.
Her crew numbered 175.
Four of the passengers In the first cabin,
one In the second cabin and 333 In the
steerage are listed as coming from Phila
delphia. Tho list of first-cabin passengers has
been issued, as follows:
MRS. T. FEIXEB.. Philadelphia.
MR. AND MPjS. II. a. BKALJ,, rhllidelphU.
C. A. 8TEWAn.T. Philadelphia!.
MISS MAItTIIA LANDnY. 5 Eaat 83d street.
MRS. ALXEN WALLACE. Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel. New York city,
BISTER DENAMINA (a nun). New Haven,
MRS. A. LELAND OAMBINOSSI, San Fran
cisco. MISS OAMDIN09SI. Ran Franclico.
VICS BERTHA CROCKER, Lake Placid.
MRS. E. LAUOHTON, Lake PlacM. N. Y.
MRS. J. R. PUTNAM and C-ytar-old daughter.
New York city.
MISS M. nARNICOU.V, New York clty
MME. ELEANORE DOREMUS SMITH, New
REV. EDWIN A. McORATH, Providence,
MRS. II. a. DoMELLI and son. New York
NUNS IN SECOND CABIN.
Chlcotte Arlese, of Philadelphia, an
Italian reservist. Is among the second
SISTER MARIE NUNBIA.
SISTER MARIE OAPE.
M8TKR MARIE QASPARAL.
SISTER MARIE SAI.VATORE.
BISTER MARIE A. A. R. NICOLL.
SIhTER MARIE O. Y. ARSENAULT.
HISTKR MARIE J. R. RAY.
SISTER MARIE II. J. E. SIMARD.
MbTER MARIE A. C. ARCHAU,
SISTER U IlEAUCHARI).
SISTER MARIE C. Y. BOISSERT.
BISTER MARIE A. C. S. DESPARE.
SISTER MARIE E. TIIIEHAULT.
SISTER MARIE A. A. BERMER.
8lS?r.H MARIE II. D. COLE.
SISTER MARIE A. K. 8. E. DAVL1NO.
SISTER MARIE A. L. CHARTIEN.
BIBTER MARIE C. A. DAI LAIRE.
Among the other second cabin passen
gers were Giovanni Venteresna and Bruno
Modaffarl, addresses not known.
Following the receipt of a radiogram
Continued on rase Two, Column l'our
BELL TO MAKE BIORE STOPS
Program of Return Trip Exlended by
Many new stops fpr the Liberty Hell
on Us return trip to this city were added
by members of the Itinerary Committee
of the Liberty Bell Committee this after
noor. Stops ranging from five minutes to
three days at the Panama-California Ex
position at San Diego are planned, and
the trip east -will cover a. period" of 14
The Bell Committee will leave Philadel
phia on Friday, November 5, reaching San
Francisco at noon on Tuesday, Novem
LOST AND POUND
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WHAT Din YOU FJNDt
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nnder can donate tbe owner at any
time. If you have found an article
that has not been advertleed aa leat
the Ledier will aUo record your
nam and addres and aiit In And
Ins the rlthtful owner, who will, be
placet! In touyb wllb you. fbl Ilk
all other service at Ledger Central
MEMORANDUM. HOOK, found on Labor Day.
with a drivers' union card wltb nam of
Jsmea Tatiert; owner can have aam by
applying to f Mchlroann. 213 Walkla t
UOX Lost, from automobile between Vlllaneva
and Broad at., via 034, Chestnut, 22d and
Spruce, email whit box containing two baby
oatia. very old,
I'oon &rjn Mawr
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PHILLIES BEAT PIRATES IN THIRTEENTH
PHILLIES ' r h o 'a e PITTSBURGH r h o a e
Stock, 3b y '.0240.0 Carey, If 11400
Bun-.iort, t' o 13 5 0 Johnston, lb 0 112 0 o
PMkert, of. 0 2 3 0-0 Barney, cf i i 4 0 0
C.vatJr.if 0 14 10 Hlnchman, rf 0 3 2 10
Ludefin, lb o".114 0 0 Wagner, sb 0 17 5 1
WhlttetJ.lf 2 3 10 0 Vlbx, 2b 0 0 3 4 0
Nlehof t, Sb ,21350 Baird, 3b .02100
E. Burns, c 0810 Gibson, c 02200
Alexander, p 0 2 0 G 0 Cooper, p 0 0 0 5 0
Murphy, c 0 0 4 4 1
XU1b 1 C9 13 0 Totals 2 13 39 19 2
TODAY'S BASEBALL SCORES
ST, LOUIS 1023 0 00 1 1-812
ATHLETICS OOI OOl 00 0-27
Sheehan nnd McAvoy; Phillips and Leary.
PHILLIES 020 OOO
PITTSBURGH OOO 1 GO
JUexaidcr nnd Burns; Cooper
CHICAGO, 1st S OOOOOOOI
BOSTON 0001 0010
Scott nud Schalk; Leonard nnd Carrigan.
CHICAGO, 2d e 1 OOOOOOO
3 0 0 0
j?aber and Mayer; Shore and
Detroit 001.1 00000 0-2 100
NEW YORK 000000000-0 20
James und"Stanagc; Eisner and Nunamaker.
CLEVELAND O OSO 1 OOOO 12
WASHINGTON 30000000 X 3
Garrett and O'Neill; Uoeliling and Henry.
t c?i?SxAEl ooO COO
Tearccut and Keyers; Dale anil 7iis;!. '
boston 20 1 200000"S
CHICAGO 00020002 O 4
Barnes and Gowdy; Pierce and Archer.
BB00KLYN O O 5 O O O .
ST. louis o O O O 2 O r-
PITTSBURGH 0O100 132O-7 120
BROOKLYN 20100020 0-5 91
Comstock'and Berry; Marlon nnd Land.
NEWARK O O 03 200 O 1 6 12 2
ST. LOUIS O 1 1 . 0 O O O 1 O- 3 9 2
Buelbach'and Rarlden; Watson and Hartley.
DIES 0? INJURIES CAUSED BY EXPLOSION ON WARSHIP
WASHINGTON, Sept. 13. Ewell Bell, gunner's, innta on tie
Decatur, injured in the explosion on that 6hlp last week at Cavite,
in the Philippine Islands, died Sunday afternoon, according to wod
received by the Navy Department this afternoon. His father, Frank
Bell, lives in Arkansas,
DETAILS OF PHILLIES-PITTSBURGH GAME
Ninth Burns walked. Alexander sacrificed. Stock singled.
Bancroft filed to Hinohman and Burns waas out at the plate. No
runs. Baird singled. Murphy forcod Balrd. Cooper and Murphy
were safe on Bancroft's throw to Nlehoff. Carey fanned. Johnston
singled, .Alexander threw out Barney, No runs.
Tenth Cooper threw out TaSkert. Wagner threw out Cravath,.
Luderus singled. WhltUd' filed to Barney, No runs. Hlnchraaa
filed to Nlehoff. Wagner popped to Stock. Alexander threw &i,
Vlox. No runs,
Eleventh Nlehoff filed to Waguer,.Burnsaud Alexander faHtted.
JTo runs,. Baird singled and was out napping. Murphy aiwl frrir
fanned. No, runs,,., ;' '"f
m ' Twelfth Stock doubled.
at third,' Paskert filed to Hinchman, Bancroft out (mMm.,
runs. JUienoi. tuiew uui vujoyrnm uvuuuh wusna w ws
Baniew. N runs.
Thirteenth Wnguer threw
airtgled and s.tole, then reached
hoff walked and stole. Bums siugled, scoring "Whitted, wid NUtwff.
Burns out stealing. Two runs. Nlehoff tkrw out Lwi4ewj.
WoB-ntr filed to Paskert. Baiirroft turew mu v.o. un
QOO OOO 2-4 14 O
ICO COO 0-2 13 2
0 0 0 1
0 5 0 0
Bancroft bunted and Stock
out Cntvath and L4rsv, WW
third on Murphy's -wild tkrow, )K '
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