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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 November 1888

T. PAUL REJOICING. HE SAINTLY CITY REPUBLICANS TO GO WILD THIS EVENING. mense Fees Collected From the Late iMn,. Stewart-A Deeleion Against the Bell Telephone Company. ST. PA.,. Nov. 18-The republicans ill celebrate tonight. The committee music has engaged everyband of mus within a rhdius of i50miles and trans rencles used during the campaign have on secured. Dakota ls .Sangune. nATvToww, Dak., Nov. 12-A gener business revival is predicted through t the territory, consequent upon repub o success. The price of real estate already materially advanced, and .at persons of Watertown who were paring to leave Dakota have announ their purpose to remain. The repub n victory is worth millions of dollars Dlakota. An Elestion FreakC. DuLUTh, Nov. 8-One of the humor a incidents of the campaign was the sit of ex-postmaster Knowlton to the et office yesterday. He was succeeded y postmaster Flynn soon after Cleveland ok his place. Yesterday he took a new room and. Went to the office, and with at sa...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 November 1888

WHAT'S THE MATTER NOW? Presents to be given away in Novem bar and December, at C. P. Thomson's Reliable Dry Goods ilouse. I issue an elegant card to my custom ers this month containing the following information. This card is issued to my regular cus tomers during the months of November and December. If you carefully have every item purchased from me in those months marked by the clerks on this card will enable you to procure your Christ mas Goods without any cost to yourself and will also enable me to show my appre elation of your trade during the year. in this connection I wish to say that my goods are guaranteed to be sold at lower prices than elsewhere, and if you can show me any house that undersells me I will refund you the difference with ten per cent added. Presents to be Given Away, $150 worth purchased in November and December entitles you to receiye a gold watch worth .$75. $125 worth in those months $20 worth of Christmas Goods. $75 worth in these months, $15 worth of Chr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 November 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. VOLUME.8, NUMBER 49 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888. PRICE, FIVVE GENIS NEWS OF THE DAY. BLAINE WILL liE OFFERED A PLACE IN HARRISON'S CABINET. Congressman Mills Attributes Cleveland's Defeat to Treashery--Canada Tend ing Toward Federation. Carcaoo, Nov. 15-A Globe special on Corsicana, Texas, says: Roger Q. ills is disappointed but not discouraged t the national democratic disaster. He ttributes the defeat of Cleveland in ew York-to the knifing of him by Hill, Hewitt and Grant, He is particularly sore over the evidences of trading off the eleCtoral ticket for votes for Hill for gov ernor. On tariff reform Mr. Mills is as firm as ever. He says it must be the key note of the campaign of 1892. Cleveland for '98. CEHIAho, -'Nlv, 15.-The Herald con tainsan editorial nominating Mr. Cleve land as the standiard bearer of the Demo crats in 1892. The triumph of the re ppblicans, the Herald declares, was aqcide'dtals4nd based on misinformation and the .i...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 November 1888

NO, sa2s, FIRST NATIONAL BANI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. CoLLINt s . . . President JosN LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ... . C Cashier Al E. DICoERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PAhIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exohange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY PROOF OF TIHE PERFIDY, Reterring to the Tribune's plain and unvarnished statement of facts in regard to the defeat of W. A. Clark for delegate to congress, the Helena Record is moved to say: This is the utmost folly. Mr. S. T. Hauser was in New York on election day and had been there for aconsiderable time. Mr. Marcus Daly was at his usual place of business on election day, attend ing strictly...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 November 1888

TERRIBLE CRIMES. BALD-KNOBBERB LYNCH MEN WHa. WERE WTNESwES AGAINST WALERB. They Waited' for the Deelsfon of thie So. prese Court-Then the Villians *ughtb'ehallatlon. ST. LoUtis, Nov. 16-A telegram to the Post - Dispatch from Christian county, the home of the famous bald - knobber king, Dave Walker, is to the effect that five of the witnesses who testified against him in his trial for murder, had been lynched by ex-bald knobbers. It is said the friends of Walk er waited until the supreme court had passed upon his case and when it was an nounced that the ex-chief of the bald. knobber regulators must hang, they wreaked vengeance on the five leading witnesses who brought him within the sholadow of the gallows. Prise Fighting in Butte. BUTTE, Nov. 10-Tom Barry, middle weight champion of California, and Billy Lynn, the well known light weight, fought here tonight to a finish, with skin gloves, for $600 a side. There was an immense crowd present. Barry forced the fighting from the start a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 17 November 1888

WHAT'S THE MA1TER NOW? Presets to be given away in Novem. bar ann December, at C. P. Thomson's Rellle Dry Goods House. I sue an elegant card to my custom ers his month containing the following I ormation. This card is issued to my regular cus omers during the months of November and December. If you carefully have Severy item purchased from me in those months marked by the clerks on this card will enable you to procure your Christ mas Goods without any cost to yourself and will also enable me to show my appre ciation of your trade during the year. in this connection I wish to say that my goods are guaranteed to be sold at lower prices than elsewhere, and if you can show me any house that undersells me I will refund you the difference with ten per cent added. Presents to be Given Away. $150 worth purchased inNovember and December entitles you to receiye a gold watch worth $75. $125 worth in those months $20 worth of Christmas Goods. $75 worth in these months, $15 worth of Christmas Go...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 November 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. VOLUME 8, NUMBER 50 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENTS - ...... . . ORDON WILL HANG. E DEATH SENTENCE PRONOUNCED BY JUDGE HACH TO-DAY. Executlon to OOeur January 11th An Iapressve BSene in Court The Prisoner Unmovee. NT Bovo, Nov. 19.-(Special to the u,-The most impressive scene was ever witnessed here occurred morning, whe Bberitf Black entered crowded court room shortly after 9 ok, accolnpanied by a good looking og man with blue eyes,light mustache clear cut features, who had been ad guilty of killing John A., Lavalle Chateau in July last, and was about to r his sentence. The prisoner stood ween his counsel J. J. Donnelly and nty attorney McIntyre (who deserves h credit foblhi impartial yet forcible secution of this criminal,) and without erceptible movement of the muscles sign of fear or regret, listened amid an pressive aledce tothe words of Judge oh as he reieied the evidence in the ,and askied the prisoner to show use, if...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 November 1888

NO. 88285 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,000,000. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T.3E. Contras, . . . . President JOHN LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ... ... . . Cashier Al E. DIOKERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERSB, ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. xohanhge drawn on the prlicipal points in the States and Emsope. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1888. SEMI -WEEKLY THE TRADE OUTLOOK. The commercial world was considerably disturbed by the campaign, but business has now resumed its ordinary course. The prospect that the protective system cannot be disturbed for at least four years is gratifying to such manufacturers as profit by it. Bradstreets says that the "tendency toward reaction" from dull times "and a renewed activity is plainly visible." Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 November 1888

Q71-CI SAILING. THE UMBRIA BEAT' THE RECORD ON TRIANS-ATLANTIC VOYAGES. .iegans Visit Renton-Smugglers Held Preparations to Sarvey the Abol islibe Reservation. Naw YORK, Nov. 10.-According to a cable dispatch from Queenstown, the Umbria reached that port at 10 o'clock last night. If this be true the Umbria made the fastest eastward passage acresr the Atlantic on record. The running time being six days, twohonrs andtwenty two minutes. The best eastward passage hitherto made by the Etrunia on April 18th, 1888 was six days, four hours and 49 minutes. The best westward passage on record is Sli days, one hour and fifty minutes by the Etrunin. According to all the accounts brought in by ships from .vr the western ocean, the Umbria had a holing northwest gale to boom her along the whole voyage. Pewderlyto be Re-elecaed. I.muxAro.Lhs, Nov. 20.-Powderly will acdept the ofled again on the condition that he can choose his own advisers on the general erecutive board. Everything indicates that h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 November 1888

Weekly Trlbune Established May 14 l886. iREAT FALLS TRIIUNE nULISE!D DAIL! AND BE35.WEELN THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CONPA.Y. [INCOnPORATND] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. tMail subscriptions must be paid in advance. 8~ND. 1 W 1.60 ne week, oy carrier, .5 Single cop,...... 5 Alloity subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The ci-iulation of the Tribune in northern ntana i guaranteed r, exceed that of A pa per published in the terri o mo. y esoeorbters desiring their address ohanged must send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: TeBImpr PasLISHINOe CoioAnsc ireet dFalls, Montana. WHAT'S THE MATTER NOW? Presents to be given away in Novem. ber and December, at C. P. Thomson's Reliable Dry Goods Bouse. I issue an elegant card to my custom era this mouth containing the following information. This card is issued to my regular cus tomers detring the months of November and December. If you carefully have every stem purbhased from me in tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 November 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, VOLUME 8. NUMBER 51 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1888. PRICE. FIVE CENI ITTD fT y IT rm, ATTATYTT In .. . OUR. CITY COUNCIL. MAYOR GIBSON DELIVERS HI8 FIRST MESSAGE TO THE ALDERMEN. An Able Doument--tPractical Sugges tlhns-The Aldermen Sworn In - General Pro eedlnge. Last evening will be memorable in the civic annals of Great Falls. The city council which was elected on the 10th in. stlant met and organized. The first thing done was to 'administer the customary oaths to the thayor and aldermen. This was done by ErnestRingwald, the deputy county clerk, who, very patiently read to each one the verbose declaration which the law prescribes. All the aldermen were present, the wards being represent ed astfl aiffleld and R. R. Hotch kiss. Second-Charles Wegner and D. R. Mitchell. Third--J. C. Johnson and J. Matthews. Feourth-W. P 5eachley and C. N. Dickinson. Judge Huy, the newly elected police magistoate,: as also present. Among the citizens who witnes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 November 1888

NO. 8625, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T.jE. UOLLIN, . . . . President Jons LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . . Cashier A; E. DIOKERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking businese trnsacted. Exchange drawn on the prinoipal points in the Ststes and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. U-REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY GREAT FALLS ADVANCING. Helena, Butte, Anaconda and Great Falls. Such is the numerical order of the Montana cities that cast the greatest number of votes at the recent election. So that this young city stands already fourth on the list. In elements of gener al civic growth we should rank next to Butte, because Anaconda owes its big vote largely to the working population and not to a mixed com...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 November 1888

DISTRICT COURT. THE TERM WILL BEOIN HERE NEXT MONDAY. A Cmnplete List of the Caues - The Trial and Grand Jurorsa-A Short Term Antio ipated. The second term of the district court or Cascade county will begin on Mon ly next, Judge Thos. E. Bach presiding. 'he docket is not a very lengthy one and t is not expected that the term of court ill be of long duration. No United totes jurors, either grand or petit, were rawn, as there was no work lor them to o. Below we present the full docket, as town by Clerk Cockrill's records: THE DOCKET. 2. United States vs. Jesse R. Beckwith, untorfiting. Robt. B. Smith for s hteft; S. H. & H, . :Mclntyre, and iB, Leslie for defendant. , WVllingtonQuail vs. Jno.G.Ellis, suit or damages on contract. Taylor & Lewis or plaintiff. J. B. Leslie, Carter & Clay. org for defendant. 11. Helena &'Benton StageCo. vs.Phil ibson appeal from justice court. Tay. or & Lewis for plaintiff. T. E. Brady tor defendant. ,13. Lettrell & Moore vs. Frank...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 November 1888

Weekly Tibune EstetllIshed May 14 988. 3REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHED DAILY AND EXI"WEEYLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, [INOORPONATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail Subscriptions no t be paid in advance. DAILY. smau.R1EwsHy. sneeaby mail,$10.00 One year ,by mail,S$11,0 din Oa~Lhe, 60:11 81amonths 1500 ginamonth 1.00 Threemanth" 1.0 ne wsreek, 2 oyrrier, Single oopy....... 5 A1IyIoa subscribers to Daily delioered by carrier Advertising rate, funished on application. the oircletkon of the Tribune in nLrthern M 'ntana is guaranted t0, exoeed that of oay pa per pblbiahedin the teniiPp tiNaopabers desiring their address ohanged uast aend their former address; this should be remembered. Address: TRIBUNE PUNLIU ING COMPANY, dareat Falls, Montana. WHAT'S THE MATTER NOW? Presents to be given away in Noverm. ber and December, at C. P. Thomson'r Reliable Dry Goods House. I issue an elegant card to my custom ers this month containing the following information. This card is issued to my regular cus...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 November 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. VOLUME 3. NUMBER 52 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENTS nTER INTO HIS GATHS WITH THANKS. IN0 AND INTO HIS COURTS WITH AISE; BE THANLK W UNT 1111M AND Iss HIS NAM.-PSALM 0, 4. THE DRESSED TURKEY. One of the parish sant one morn A farmer kind and abl A nice fat turkey, ralsedon or, To grace the pastor's tabl. The farmer's lad want with the i ow], And thu addresed the pstor: "Dear meIf lfln't irdII Herenia A gobblerfrom ny master." The pastor said: "Thou hold not thu Preent the fowl to me; Come, tke-my challkaid for me act, ad I wll act for thee." Th preaetrsor' Sshah reeved the boy, Te fowl the pastor took Went out with lI and thea ae In Wlth pleuant smile and look. And to his yougpro trm, he said: "Der air, myhonored master Prenot this turkey, and hs best Resapect to you, his pastor." "GoodI" said the boy; "your Mlaeter is A gentleman and scholar; My thanks to him, and for yourself, Here is a half a dollar;"' The pastor feltaroun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 November 1888

NO. 66525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . . President JoHN LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . . . . Cashier A, E. DIOCERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORd: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAOINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGIN, B. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINOTON. A seneral banking bosiness transaoted. ~oeohaus drawn on the prinoipal points in the ate.s and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY STATEJHOOLD A ,GAI. Mr. Carle, the Pioneer Press cor respondent writing from Indianapo lis urges the territories to be up ard doing. He says: "It would be a step gained if the Dakota legislature were to authorize a constitutional convention for North Dakota some time this winter, and provide for the election of state officers, legislatures and members of congress by both sections, north an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 November 1888

*WF ce o bhat h n.Jarl . m o n e y iti p rins . TWO THANKSGIVINGS. a T is my belief, 0founded ona along - nd varied expe i riene, that a mass S e tshould never givu Smoney to a bege mionded I long and varied expe gar. As a prlnce r pie, the practice oof indiscriminate almsgiving is sub. verslve of true philanthropy. Of exceptions to this rule, but in the main I think my argument is sound. But I am fully per suaded that if pressed to do so, I could not give good, sound reasons for my be lief, and I confeas that I often violate my creed. The fact is, that in the discussion of great fundamental ideas like those of rehgion or sociology, I find them to be like a creek in the mountains. Follow the creek up, and you will find innumerable brooks babbling into it from innumerable hollows betweenthe hills. Eoch brook ls filled with the spl.rknl produot f lod's distillery, each-rlvolet adds sometitng to the volume ofwater in the cre-k bowing onward to the sea ,But;I have not.the time sortbe to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 November 1888

SAND COULEE. ORATORY AND FESTIVITY IN THE NEW COAL MINING CAMP. A Grand Ball for the Benefit of the School Fund Brings Together Many Ladles and Gentlemen, Who Enjoy the Dancing and Music. The young progressive town of Sand Coulee, the center of North Montana's coal industry, bore a festive aspect last evening when people assembled to com memorate the death of Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, the Irish state prisoners, who rescued Kelly, the revolutionary leader in Manchester, and were hanged to ap pease *the outburst of British passion which that heroic act occasioned. Toward dusk the visitors began to ar rive both from Great Falls and the neigh borhood of Sand Coulee, increasing by their presence the busy aspect of the camp which has sprung up in the prin cipal gulch of this famous coulee. Messrs. Race, Gibbons, Macdonald and the TRIBUNE reporter were early on hand and as representatives of music and the press were courteously received by Mr. Lowry on the part of the reception com mittee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 December 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. VOLUME 8, NUMBER 58 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENITS PER£S1 OF THE SEA. gtILLING ACCOUNT OF A GREAT STORM ON SUNDAY. snee Bravery Dlsplayed--Masny Lives Saved--everail Ships Driven Ashore -Thb Minnesota Con test. BosroN, Nov. 26.-The terrible eftects last night's storm have been every. here maitfest along the coast today. )though the loss of life already re orted is large, it .would have been still reater but for the brave efforts of Capt. oshua James and his volunteer life say ng crew of Hull, who are credited with ving 28 persons from disabled vessels. n Sunday afternoon a large three-master oet broad side on the beach at Hull. Japt lames and his men rushed for the ant gun, Breecher, buoy and the life oat of the MaesachusetteHumaneSociety t Stoney beach and after strenuous ef orts succeeded in bringing ashore a crew f men from the schooner, which proved be the Cox & Green from Philadelphia or Chelsea loaded With coal. Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 December 1888

NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, .... President JOHN LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ..... Cashier A2 E. DICKERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking businesb transated. Exchange drawn on the principal pointa in the itates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Intseoet allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY WILL IT PATY? Of course economy is desirable in the new city government. Public sentiment demands that there shall be no needless outlays and that all improvements shall be made with the strictest regard to light expenditures. While we should guard against waste, we should also take care not to go to that extreme which results in false economy. These general principles are con nected with the propos...

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