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W w t
raallshej t Two lections, every
raeaaay and Friday, at Journal Build'
M Craven Street
CjUXLZS L. gUTXXa,
EDITOR AND FROPBIXTOK.
Official Papar of
New . Bars and
Two Months.. .. IS
Threa lfontfca.. .. .. , n II
to Month.. . .. . , K. M
fvalra Months.. .. .. .. ; LN
s i ONLY IN ADVANCE. -Tha
Journal la emrjr aaat on pay-ln-dvanca
bacla. Subscribers will re
eelv aottca of axplratloa of their itib
acrlptlona and aa immediate response
Vo notica wu oa appreciated by the
lenrnaL '-', ; 'y-J'..r- '
Adverttalng rataa tarnished npon
application at tha oUce, or apon la
flolr by maT :-:. ,
linteied at th Portotflca, New Barn.
W. G, aa second-daea matter.
New Bern, N. C. December, 12. 1911.
THE CHRISTMAS -"SPIRIT."
, i' Everywhere welcome," Drink
em and Killem whiskies.' ''Prepare
to enjoy the Christmas holidays
by ordering at once." "Rednose
Brothers liquors. - ''The spirit of
the season" Whackem's pure Ken-
' tucky brand of whiskey, "no fam
ily should be without it" Such or
similar advertisements may now
be read in the daily newspapers.
And by every mail are "Christmas
Letters" containing offers for spe
cial holiday bargains in every kind
of liquor, . sent expressage paid,
"Truly, the "spirit" of Christmas !
That these public and private
opportunities to be merry and
worse during the holidays are not
let pass, look at the express wag-
ons or the office. Take notice of really the only effective method,
drafts with bills of lading attach- Those who were not present at the
ed, for boxes and barrels of every "howling'' scene ask the plain
kind of liquor that may be found proof, not "howls" as proof,
in the railroad freight offices. Commissioner Graham, of the
Truly the "Spirit" of Christmas in State Board of Agriculture, is au
the basest sense ! other instance of the higher criti
A few days ago a liquor house clsm in his annual report. Mr.
outside of the state, of course, sent Graham's criticism is that eer
to 300 addresses in this city pos- tain members of the Board ex
tal cards with return answer, of- ceed their authority, that their
fering 4 quarts of whiskey on trial acts are illegal and discour
to be paid for in 60 days. Within teous. This is of course a lim
48 hours it is said that 200 accep- ited matter compared to President
tances went back.. ; Governor Coon's position, but Commissioner
Plaisted of Maine has said: Graham- is cither justified or
'It is high time that Maine at a not justified in his position
State removed heraelf from the ridicn- critic and it ought not to
7 ! " w , V
eyes of the nation on thia half century
of merely professed prohibition. An
honest enforcement of the statewide
prohibition amendment as it now stands state department, 1 1 should stand
is impossible when two or three voters right within, so that its officials
in our cities favor the thing that the , v . ,..
I.wdecrees a erime. Youcannotex- "V " have such d.flercnces as
pect local police official; to enforce a to affect the conduct and welfare
law under any such violent opposition on of the department. It should he
the part of two-thirds of the voters who settled at.oc.ee as to what is a right
have placed them in authority. conduct of its affairs.
What'g the prohibition answer iD both of these matters, Mr.
in this city, whose citizens, with and Mr. Graham's, . their
the proposition "wet or dry", have criticism only reflects upon them
gone to the polls at three different 8eves if incorrect. If thev are
times and voted by a large majori-
ty, dry"t "The eternal liquor
niipflt.innt" ' PTelaims nm A reader.
question!" 'exclaims some reader.
Certainly, and it will continue un
til the prohibition lav means more
than it does today,
in its obser-
vance by those who sought to place
it upon the Statute books ofthispor good many years doctors pro-'
state, and by all who as law ob-
servers, if not church members or
ii! .J,-it m.lr-
iv.kto. w .v..6.vu v ,
the Drohibition test an individual
" . . ,. ...
one and soapply it There is aholy
and gracious Christmas spirit, that
auuutu prevau Kb tau trcaauu. jucu
and women should ' be , Strong
euougu w ov uiuuiiwnj u wmr .
ment that Calls for high and lofty
A.t V A A. I ".I I 1 A- I
buuugnu. . w nave vunsbiuits
Christlike, far removed from those
"spirits" that work ruin and dam
i. ion to body and soul.
ANY REAL HAEM IN TOE
HIGH EB CRITICISM !
The recent "howling down" in
bis annual address befora the North
Carolina Teachers Assembly, of
'President Charles L. Coon, be
cause of hif criticism of the educa
tional system of this State, pro
vokes the query, are men elected
4o high positions to remain silent
if they see what they consider
faults or errors in tha oface or af
fYns over which they are placed t
' 1 up
( f ' " 1 -- i
The Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
lu- wver ou jcars, iias iorne . uie tugnatur
i has been mado under his
f JT- SJtftf-firf4-. sonal supervision since its infai
anr. utuK AUow no olie to locelve you in ,
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Kxpnrluients that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and ChUdren-r-Exnerienee against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I
Castorlaisa harmless substitute for Castor Oil,sParo
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups.- It is Pleasant. , It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance Its ajro Is its guarantee It destroys AY orm
and allays Teverishness. t cures Diarrhaui and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's I rlend.
GENUINE CASTORI A AUVAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For
THE CENTAUR COMPNr,
abuses are remedied. The burden
seems to be on those who "howled
down" President Coon during his
speech to prove the statements he
made as being untrue which would
be certainly the decent way, and
be hard to fiud whether he is
. , . .
r,&ht or wrong. The State Board
of Agriculture is a most important
right their criticisms fall upon two
important - state departments,
which need correcting.
There is more Catarrh in this section
100 country than all others diseases
,e.riwai ,UnDo.ed to be incurable.
joe,, remedies. and by conMantly fail-
lnsr w cure witn local treatment,, pro
wnced it incurable. Science has pro-
Ten caiarrn 10 ne a constitutional dis
ease and therefore requires constitu-
tional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure,
mgnufsctured by F. J. chenev & Co.
loieao, unio, is tneoniy constitutional
naly m do8ei from l0 drop, to a teg
spoonful. It acts directly on the Mood
xhay offer one hundred dollars for anv
eaM il ai' to cure. Send for circulars
T. J. CHENEY A CO.,rrops, '
I '' Toledo, 0
Sold by druggists, -price 75c.
. Taka Haifa familv nilla for eon
stipatioa. : , ;.'
Austro-nungary, Germsny and Great
Britain intimated to the Forte that the
opening of the Dardanelles wou.ld be
dangerous to the peace of the world,
, Women of the nijhest type,
iromen of mperSor education and
rdlneQent, whoM oiicernmcct
izl juJ;ment five weight an J
f:rca ta tLe'r opinion, Kijul
won ia fal corrective
c .''.rt prpcrtiei cf Chsr
:-ac! mi liver T!-
l l,.e r it.j t
L t, f. t .. :,
tf r ' r-
Bousrht. and jvlilch has been
has borne the tsiirnaturA of
von in this.
and Just-as-irood" are but
Over 30 Years
MUKRAT STtlTET. NEW YCtHK CITY.
Which Is Which T
Above a certain cafe there are two
rooms, the one being occupied by a
womeifs "sewing circle," the other be
ing the dlnlug room of tho cafe. Out-"
side the cafe hangs the sigu. "Grill
The Gorman proprietor of the cafe
la still wondering why the president
of the sou lug circle denounces the
fiitfn as libelous and demands Its re
moval. Judge's Library. 1
The quicker a cold is gotten rid of lhL.n Thnr.li'nii. .t a on i.u i.
mhV "u "d mT T'"w T
Hall, of Waverly, Va., says: "I firmly
bt-heve Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
. u i.. uie.y uie Dest preparanon
on the market for colds. 1 have recom-
mended it to my friends and thev all
agree with me." For sale hv all deal-
t'ersia made appeals to Germany and
the United States ueainst Russian aar-
FOR AHEUMATISM KIONKYS ANO BLAOOIH
Either Senator Sutherland, of Utah,
or Secretary Nagel will be appointed to
the vancancy in the United States Su
preme Court, it was stated in Washing'
ten. ; .-. v
A CHARMING WOMAN.
is one whom lovely in face, form, mind and
temper. "Hut its hard for a woman to
be charming without health. A weak,
pickly woman Will be nervous and irrit
able. Constipation and kidney poisons
how in pimples, blotches, skin erup-
tion8 and a wretched complexion. But
Electric Bitters always prove a godsend
to women who want health, beauty and
friends. They regulate Stomach, Liv-
er and Kidneys, purify the blood; give
Bfrnnrt lioitiaa Kirrhf ana tiiiukiiAAtk
smooTh 'vVlvetvs?; Iov7om
and ncrfei t health Trtr thorn Ki .
Thseker.v th. nmnih.,;
Tbuckerny was a iremieut patron of
the early omnibus. "I remember,'
write "An Old Passenger. "a driver
polntlnit out Mr. Tlmrkeray to me, who
was ruling ny uie sioe or anomer om
nlbus driver, and I. noticed theextraor
dlnary' length of his legs, which he al
lowed to dangle In the air. He hud
Ids hat pushed well hack over bis head
end seeoieu to be keenly enjoying b
ride and conversation with the driver.
--London Chronicle. -,: X'. '
WORK WILL SOON START.
afteryou take Dr. King's New tl'e
fills, ancryou II quickly enjoy their fine
results. Constipation and indigestion
Vanish and fine annetita rMirna Tk..
regulate stomach, liver and bowels and
impart new strength and energy to the
Z V. " I". '"'1:7 inem-
Th Consulting Caddie. -
JTIre Im oue ; pepton who of late
yenrs has nifher dlmippeared from the
gulling orld. bui ised to be greatly
ill evidence Jn It (be advisory caddie
Many of the cuddles of the old Scotch
wlinul ul to trviif their masters (so
cnllrdi imicb In the manner that a
Rood old nurse, treats a baby when
he U lieKlDnltig to tench It' how to
wnlk. in iIkimh d;iys there was not-s
irok pla.vcd without the most care
ful ; cousultuflon v Uh these ' sapient
niuutors. London Tutlcr.
A Fsat of Horse Riding. '
At Newmurkt't. Kugland. May 3,
liM, a wager was Inld by a young wo
man that she' -ffotild ride on horse
hack l.(XK) nillp In J,00( hours. She
arconiili;ilifd tlie fifit In a little more
tlmn one third of the time named.
"V.V.ZT ON EARTH"
This ix (ho v.t ' , t of It, J. Iln-v. M,
TriK'V, O.", who Ii ht. I'oli''s U.irit-y
:in. '1 ,ir ( 'nmi(iiiinl l.ir liis wif. "ld-r
e-xf was tlu wurit 1 have over n -n,
nd I""1 ! like n Hum cii'ie "f roiiHimxi
ii"i. Her lni!M wcrn it..r and t
-I elrni. t in''' ! iy m'i I I t
i ..... i . t
Questions In Julius Caesar. Boys
Basket Ball Team. Spelling
! Bees, Athenian For No
vember. The class in Shakespeare's Julius
Caesar has just finished Act. S of that
play. On Thursday they were given a
written teat on this act. Below we
give half-doseaof the questions asked.
1 Who stabbed Caesar first, who
8 Who speaks first after the assassi
nation of Caesar and what does he say?
3 -What effect does Anthony - say
Caesar's death will have on Italy?
5 Contrast in full Brutus and An
thony's speech giving the reasoning in
6-Brutus speech is In prose, An
thony's in blank verse WbyT
6 What part does the mob play in
The German classes sang Goethe
!The Boy and the Rosa" in chapel thia
week. Both the words and the music
have been, thoroughly memorised and
while quite a number in Chapel did not
know German, yet all enjoyed the song
nevertheless. The Athenian la from the
press this week and everybody seems
delighted with, it Especially approp
riate is the cover, which la neat and
dignified, and the whole magazine in
appearance' reflects credit npon the
Richardson Printing Co. The leading
anicie : oy uertruae (jairaway. on
"Some Unmarked Historical Spots in
New Bern and Vicinity" will prove of
interest to everybody. The editors are
planning to follow this article with oth
ers of an historical nature, concerning
New Bern and New Bernese. ' We
ought to have at least one hundred sub
scribers in town to this worthy enter
prise of the school children The boys
in high school have organized several
basket-ball teams and are practicing
each afternoon. This la a fine same.
suitable for both boys and girls.
a clean open game ot skill and In on
open climate may be played out-of
doors. A very enjoyable oyster roast
was eiven to the teachers bv Mr. Crs.
t o' Griffi" Building.
. 0a Friday morning, a spelling bee
was held in the 3A Grade oa two weeks
work. 34 remained standing when only
tn . ..'
1'. v? """ m rn,"P
Ulx0n omitted from tha Honor
Roll in the 1st. Grade for the month of
November. This grade is busy making
bells for banta Claus. An oral contest
on the multinlication table wss held in
the 2 A Grade on Thursday. Tha con
teat lasted for a period of forty-five
minates, and at its close the following
pupils had perfect records: Adelaide
Royal, Orrin Philips, Elizabeth Simp
son, Rudolph Jackson, Edgar Hollowell,
John Charlton. Marcus Williams. Her
bert Ireland, Eleanor Hall. Helen Hoi
lister, Lionet Huff, Robert McSorley,
Minnie Scales. : Edward Smith, John
Goulding. Willie Dillon, Ethel Brinson.
James Willis, jGeorge McKeel, John
Bioadbent, Laura Smith;
In the 8B Gnde, Laura Roberta hits
had 40 perfect lessons in spelling and
Kathleen Nelson has had 89. The 6A
Giade is beginning to . study fractions
in earnest. Tba following have been
ferfrt il, "P'"!"' t!ltwks-
Lockyer Brenda Knapp, Kathleen Sat-
terthwaite, Guy Odum. : ; - j
. At the present time, the 5C Grade fa
l8kin ,ntew" S-History.
lessons contained in the
text-hooks, each one makes a search a
home to sea what they can find interest
t 1 1 l . -ian
Dl"11 ln cnaracters stuaieo. two
mornings in the week they have decld-
d to discuss Historical New Bern. The
following have not misied a word la
spelling this month: Bertoa Berry, Ida
May Hall. Joseoh Nassef. Ruth Med
I ford, Goldie Littleton, Mamie , Frazler,
Eva May Scales, Mildred Scales.
In a spelling Jwe Friday morning b.
tween the 4A and 4B Grades, the 4A
won by a score of 13 to 8. :
' na rrival of Russian Foreign Mia-
iater Sazonoff at Paris is regarded aa a
timely reamrmatlon of the Rosso-
AN ALARM AT NIGHT; " ,
That strikes terror to the entile house
hold is the loud, hoarse, and metallic
cough or croup. No mistaking it, and
fortunate then the lucky parents who
kep roiev s Honey and ir comoour.d
on hand. II. W. Catslman, Canton, N.
Y., says: ' It is worth its weight in
gold. Our little children are troubled
with croup and hoarsenms, and all we
irive them is Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. I always have a bottle of
it in the bouse," ' ror sale by all deal
Congressman Undorwood was indorsed
for the Democratic PreniJf ntiul nomi
nation by the Aluhanna di-lcgation In
ConnresJ, ', .
t-4 imam hA Jf Jmk
rr- w I
LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
.-v ' -" ' ..- "
Dlartrathaa fcy Dfannrik TaaM
Oaarrlyht lMie, b Loula JaMpk Vaasa
Continued From Faga 1 l
good for one like soma women I've
known In ma time.; Tls not good for
Terence that'a aura; f , 'tie tha
O'Rourke that'a going stale and soft
with all thia easy living. . . -. Ms
that has mora than many another to
live for and hops for and atrive fori
. . .. -And I'm lingering here In tha
vary lap of luxury stuffing nieself with
rare food befuddling meself with
rarer wines me that has fought-a
day and a night and a half a day aton
t that on nothing and a glass . of
muddy water! risking me money as
If there was no' end to It, throwing It
away scandalous tips Ilka " any
irunken sailor I And all for the scant
katlsf action of behaving Ilka a- fool of
an Irishman. . . 'TU alckenlng dis
gusting; naught less. . r-- . Tm
thinking thia night ends It, though;
some , the morning I'll be pulling up
itakes and striking; out for a healthier,
simpler place, where there's some
thing afoot a man can taka an Inter
est in without losing his self-respect
. i ' . Ill do Just that, I will!" ,
This ha meant, firmly, and was glad
of It, with a heart Immeasurably light-1
ened by tha strength of his good res-1
Blutlon. Ho began to hum tha old !
tune that the unknown woman's voice
had ' set bussing In his. brain, and
broke off to snap his fingers defiant
ly at the Caalno. ,That for ye!" ha
flouted it "sitting there with your
painted smile and your cold eyes, Ilka
the brazen huzzy ye are Goddess of
Chance, indeed! thinking ye have
but to bide your time for all men to
coma and render up their souls to ye!
Here's once ya lose, madam; after this
night I'm dona with ye; not a sou of
mine will ever; again cross your ta
bles. . I'll have ye to understand the
He laughed softly, In high feather
with his conceit; and, thinking cheer-
fully of tha daya of movement and
change that were to follow, tha song
In his heart shaped Itself la words
upon his Hps.
i'Trn Paddy Whack
Not long ago turned aoldlar-O
At grand attack.
Or storm or sack, -
Nona than I will prove boldar Oi"'
His voice was by way of being a
tanor of tolerable quality and volume,
but untrained nothing wonderful. It
waa just the way he trolled out - the
rollicking stanza that aendered It in
fectious, . irresistible. For'- as "he
paused the voice of the woman that
had reminded him of tha song capped
the verse neatly.
"An whin wa gat tha route
Wld a shout.
How they pout! ' '
Wld a ready rlfht-abeut
Goas tha bould soldlar-boy!"
O'Rourke . caught his breath, star
tled, stunned. "It can't be" he
whiSDarad. x IPop If at first hw nni..
subdued In distance, had stirred w-'
memory with a touch aa vacua and 1
thrilling as the caress of a woman's
hand In darkness, now that he heard
the fuft strength of that soprano: bell-
clear, and spirited,. he was-sure he
knew the singer. He told himself that
there could be no two women In the
world with voices Just like that: not
another than her he knew could have
rendered the words with so true a
spirit, so rare a brogue tinged as
that had been : with the faintest.
quaintest exotlo - inflection imagin
able. - -v... '
But . aha ; had stopped ' with tha
versa half sung. His pulses quicken
ing, O'Rourke leaned forth from the
window and carried It on: -
"O, tls thin tha ladles fair "
In daapalr , , i .
Taar thalr hairl ;
But-' Tla dlvvla bit I carer
:, Crlas tha twuld soldlcr-boy!" ; "
There fell a pause. : He listened
with his heart In his mouth, 'but heard
aothlng. And It seemed lmnosslbla to
surmise whence, from which one of all
the rooms with windows opening upon
that aide ot tha hotel, had come the
voice of the woman. She might aa
well have been above as below him.
or on either side: he could not guess.
But be was determined.
Now there was beneath his window
balcony with a floor of wood and a
rail of Iron-filigree a long balcony,
extending from one corner of the ho
tel to tba other. At Intervals It was
splashed with light from the windows
of chambers still occupied by guests
belated or busy, like himself, with the
task of dressing for the evening. The
window to bis left was slight; that
on his right, dark. With half his body
on the balcony, his legdaugling with
in the room, O'Rourke watched the
opening on his left with Jealous,
breathless exoectancy. Kgt a sound
came therefrom. He hesitated.
"If that weren't her room, I'd htkr
somebody moving shout," he reasoned.
"'TIS frightened she Is not su ; ... t
la't.'sii.e. . . . tut how do I know
't'a 1. i ,.-'f? . . ; 1 iilthl could n.e
'it' t l.U til
art ct t ,
i (:'. :l il
' " 1
rr.ACTiCAL SY. I. ATHY.
A Pretty . Incident In the Career ef
' . : (toss Bonheur.
"We are not brothers for nothing,"
Rosa Bonheur once wrote In Jestli"'
affection to her brother Isidore. And
; in truth the wonderful, quaint, boykli
little woman, with her bright eyes.
cropped curls and breezy ways, was
almost more a brotherly chum than a
sister to tha "JDodore" whom she so
dearly loved. .. ,-.
Much of tha time on her country es
tate. In her studio and among her ani
mals, wild and tame, she wore . the
masculine costume which her manner
of life required, to wear which she had,
with one other woman, a famous ex
plorer and archaeologist, received ex
press permission from the French gov
eminent - let this very mannish little
person was far from unwomanly .m ber
sympathies, -and her latest biography
records a pretty incident related by her
friend. Joseph, Verdier, the landscape
painter: . . , j v ,;. - ' . -
"One evening she was dining with me
and some. friends. Among the friends
was a young lady recently married.
who gave us an account of the furnish
tag of her bouse. All tha rooms were
furnished except the dining room.'. For
this last her husband could not yet give
ber the money, and aba was compelled
to hold her little receptions In her
sleeping room. ' ' 'V-' 'r'' J. v'-
"After dinner Rosa asked me for i
large sheet' of drawing paper,' and
while we were talking she sketched a
delightful bunting scene,: which she
signed with her full name. Then, un
der cover of a general conversation on
music, while tea was being served, she
approached tha young wife and said to
oer: -t '.; , v : r . vj.t; v-r
" Take this picture to Tedesco ;6n
your return to Paris, and be will give
you at least 1,500 francs for It Then
you will bo able to furnish your dining
room.' " r-
. FOR FLETCHER'S. r
CASTQ R I A
The annual report of tha Comptroller
of the Currency showed gains by the
national banks, v
FOB THAT DULL REEMNO aptvrI
. - eatinq, - .
i3t!;a-t.tbe.yMhf ? J--
e good than any tablets I have ever
fohitVarlh J?k? ..?S?H.i -
iiliuirlnr In nilli hn m mi auu r.
v ...v..C(.uv.i v Diviiiavu mwj IIU"
a f ree e.mnre .t all di. A .Zl
and see what a splendid medicine it Is.
A clerk in the annex station ofthe
St, Louis Pi stofflce returned a package!
I containing s,uuu wnicn naa Men mu
sing a year and which he admitted tak-
When your feet are wet and eold. and!
your body chilled through and through
l from exposure, take a bis dose of Cham
berlain'a Cough Remedy, bathe your
feetiin hot water tefore going to bed,
and you are almost certain to ward off a
evere coio. r or sale by all dealers.
French and Belgian bankers refused
a ,oan t0 lhe Chinese government,
( 1 " ' ' , .,;
raHHsuMATiaM KiDNcvaAMo akAooaal
The King and Q wen of England weral
wf let m id at Delhi. . - - -
WR BCZEIIA. TETTER AND SALT
.Tba intense itching. eharacterl He of
i'mj'rits . ta almost instantly al-
,ayea Dy .Chamberlain's Sle. Mny
eera cases have been cured h. it Fnr
i ..I- i i. . -
ie uy an oeaiera.
" Basabal Versus Art. -.
Teacher (reprovingly! The word lsnt
"pitcher," Parc. if "picture." Yon.
Tommy, tell the class the difference
between the two words. Tommy (son
of an ortisti-ritchers sell for mora
than pictures. Puofc.
A DREADFUL WOUND
rom a knife, gnn, tin can, rusty nail
nre worss, or or any otner nature, de
mands prompt treatment with Bock
lea S Arnica Salve to prevent blood
' cn or rantrrene. tta tha n lflr.f
sorest healer for all such wounds as al-1
mi uuuui, uuira, doits, oain crup-i
tions. Eczema. Chnnl Hand. fvJuf
or rues, zoc at an drupgigt.
i , Ml - IfllTri
m mm mm aaaa aasa.
SWANSKORO, N. C.
All modern conveniences for bath
ing and Inside fishing.
BOAT LEAVE I .
o a. m L.v. swansDoro Ar. t:;;u p. m.l
11:30 a m. Ar' M. City Lv. 2;00 p. m.
IWNICIM CT!.)I . CU1CK M R. JLTJ
Give cuuij.t relief from EAC:AC;.:
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G. S. WATERS & SONS
NEW BERN, , , N. C.
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