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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

VOLUME XXX. HOLOCAUST IN SHANTY Thirty Italian Labor ers Perish in Flames MANY OTHERS BADLY BURNtD * ! Ji-rec Hundred Men Were Sleeping ,n Railroad Bunk House Having Only One Door. A.LTOONA, IN. Nov. 21.—Thirty • Italian laborers were burned to ;>, a shanty IS miles west of this morning. Fifteen others ser ■ i some fatally burned are in , Is The men were employed by , i contractors on the Pennsyl improvement work. The fire out it - this morning In a long lilding occupied by 150 men bunkhouse. The stoves were d set fire to the bunks I.i v . th straw. The lire spread like It was a one door house windows, a perfect death ise nearest the door escaped, i desperate right at the en < atside who had es iii effort to return to oney from the bunks, teniay being payday. Those im for egress and the choked with the in- Fourteen bodies : in and around the door. Twenty bodies were taken out before i n. The injured were re moved to Johnstown. CHAMBERLAIN CALLS SPECIAL SESSION Oregon Legislatu...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

HO IAKI IN AFFAIR UNITED STATES NOT MIXED IN SECESSION OF PANAMA,, SO MR. WELLMAN STATES. President Roosevelt at Time Was En gaged in Formulating His Canal Policy. CHICAGO, Nov. 21.—Walter Well man, In a Washington special to the Record-Herald says: That the American government had no hand in fomenting secession upon the isthmus is conclusively shown by an important disclosure which I am permitted to make upon authority. At the very time the isthmian revolution was brewing President Roosevelt was engaged in formulating his canal pol icy, and the secession of Panama was not in any way a part of it. President Roosevelt not only re solved that he would not lend the slightest encouragement to the isth mians who were talking of revolt, a resolution which he faithfully and Scroupulously adhered to throughout, but that he would take no action what ever on his own responsibility, and that he would appeal to congress to formulate a policy and authorize the executive to proceed. President Roo...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

j DIGS 111 Uf j . C. C. Gose entertained the Entre at her home in Fern avenue ifternoon. Mrs. c. P. Gani fe a review on the "Right of by Parker, after which dainty ents were served. Mrs. Gam entertain the club at her home Alder street a week from next . afternoon. ♦ • ♦ lies' Aid society of the First j r $2,600 ~i i 1 1 4 f Will Double in Value in 4 ♦ Two Years J { ♦ ♦ BEST VACANT LOT ON 4 ♦ ALDER ST. ♦ ist us tomorrow to I i ! $1,500 I j ♦ STOP PAYING RENT | i* .i *i Imy a nice home ▼ t four blocks from business ▼ $ l of town with down and ▼ + .nth. | t THIS WEEK ONLY ♦ House and Lot | A PINE BUY ♦ I | $440 | | ♦ ♦ distance from iota J Park addition that T ♦ ■ £700 ♦ ♦ * ral good propo- 4 A looking for a 4 t) See us be- 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ Leonard & Baxter ♦ k'xim i~ Baumeirter Bldg. near Third J ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ L*# mm t AN OYSTER STORY la tt L ■ 1 — •• IF nice fresh stock received daily and served in •• * any style wanted in a handsomely appointed parlor is any inducement for you to ...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St, Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by ma 11)... In advance * JJ Btx months 6 JJ One month by carrier ■» One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their paperß will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser- Tlce printed in these columns dally is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. Bam Is by far the best report pub- Huhed in Walla Walla. Sty official paper NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement mutt be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure Insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Sunday occasional rain, probably partly snow Sunday. Councilman Glasford has reconsider ed his resignation of the chairmanship of the street committee and has con cluded to retain the position. This in formation will be gratifying to the Citizens of Walla Walla, who have great confidence in Mr. Clasford's hon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

THE OLD RELIABLE m '^^^^^ Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE j Thanksgiving Special ? for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only ■a Z There can be only one reason why any * store will make an offer of this kind —it's just 1 I 'advertising." An offer like this is sure to Ibe talked about—the store that makes it ean | not help but be mentioned favorably many | times. To appreciate this extraordinary value we i will ask you to look at the suite in our \ window, i I Tliis Dining Suite \ consists of eight pieces—Sideboard, Exten % sion Table and six Chairs. | The Sideboard is a splendid pattern, | hardwood, two swell top drawers; odd shaped | top, 20x43 inches; large beveled mirror, 14x24 •s inches. Dining Table is solid oak, six feet I extension; top 42x42 inches; neat moulding | around edges; heavy solid legs, set in—the | popular pillar construction. Chairs, solid oak, imitation leather seats; | Hat spindles in .back,, * heavy slat across top; tr„ nn^i J S ai * mS Thanksgiving Offer I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

jOome and j^ e JP^s^ ONIONS RULE HIGH CARLOAD SHIPPED OUT LAST NIGHT THAT NETTED $1.10 TO GROWER. Today Has Been a Dull One Around Local Wheat Offices—Local Sit uation Unchanged. With hut a few carloads left in the valley, onions have advanced in price to way beyond the price growers re ceived last fall. A carload shipped out to eastern points last night by the Walla Walla I'roduce company netted the grower $1.10 a hundred weight Which is an advance of 35 cents a hun dred over the price of three months ago. "J'he valley crop is growing per iously short for export and a half doz fii carloads would probably clean out the available supply for shipping pur poses. WALLA WALLA MARKETS REVISED DAILY. Retail Prices. The selling quotations on the lo cal market are: Sugar—Per 100 lbs., $6.10. Cheese -Per lb. 20c. Vegetables Potatoes, per sack, 60c. Onions - Per 100 lbs.. $1.25. Cabbage Per lb. l%c Beets -Per lb. lc. Celery- Per doz. bunches 40c. Potatoes Per mo lbs., 60c Sweet potatoes—Per lb...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

MR THE FAVORITE BELIEVED HE WILL PUT GARD NER AWAY LIGHT HEAVY WEIGHT HONORS. BfflFlght Is but Four Days Away Now } -Both Men in Good Condition. SAN I RANCISCO, Cat, Nov. 21.— With the battle between Robert Fitz nd George Gardner for the weight championship of the ■ four days off the public In ter, the event has reached a high pit, ii. The boat is the subject of con in all places where sporting n»•:. re wont to congregate and from all appearances the contest is due to fee, is much attention as ever did onship tight palled off in this city The popular interest may be ascribed in a large measure to the prevailii g belief that the tight will be one and certainly interesting from s< ientific standpoint. mons continues to be a slight fevorite over Gardner in the betting t: being done "ti the result. The ! npion continues hard at i . tra'ning quarters and those who have seen him box have 1 n so impressed that they are will lug to ) k him to carry off the hon ors. v. ile Fitzsin mons is...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

MOST ACCEPTABLE THINGS We have on display in our salesrooms a handsome new line of music cabinets and ladies' desks in wax weathered and weathered oak and combination cases in handsome designs. These goods are of the lat est designs and would make most acceptable hol iday gifts. We invite a careful inspection of our large stock of furniture and house furnishing line. Esderts' Double Stores Corner Fifth and Maiu. Do You Know jes«sft i aaaa.. * gag «afa*:>,,.*3ag3«6a . - j- Thai the Mercantile foun tain pen, made by Aikin, Lambert & Co., is the best fountain pen in the world? Do you also know that about 80% of the fountain pens used are made by Aikin, Lambert & Co.. of these we carry a full line including the pearl and gold trimmed. What could you give a friend that would be more appre ciated than one of these pens. Ask to see our line when in the store. L. L. TALLMAN Corner .Second and Mnin Sts. Telephone Muln 96. n»p local lews. The condition of Fred Howard, who is Buffer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

A . - rL) - Amusements. ♦ There a;., twenty principal and fifty its m the De Wolf Hopper company's "Mr. Pickwick," a il production of the Dickens • piece to be seen here tonight. P'ckwick Tonight. 'hofee Ivho are fond ,of tests of ;tnd skili will be interested in >.« ; • ' Qg bout which occurs at the : second acl of "An American The average American othing better than a trial of ,; is Proved in the national sp >rts of ail kinds. The in "An American Gen occurs naturally in the prog *$<>*❖♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Ls Jan. 1,1903. $382,000,000; now over $400,000,000 ♦ THE X UAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. | OF NEW YORK - + Life Insurance Company in the world, and the oldest of the active companies in America. ▼ ! April 12, 1842, and began business February 1, 1843. It has no stock capital, and its ▼ mutual members. The first year the company was In existence its income exceeded ▲ : b\ $32,311.05; the second year by $56,160.31; and the third year by $119,516.42. These ex- iua...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 21 November 1903

! THURSDAY'S THE DAY j THE day of rest, contentment and thanksgiving. About the only business to be transacted will be with tbe • turkey and in the dining roam. So here, a few days before, we suggest that perhaps yoa are going to do v • some brightening cp in that particular room, and for that reason we have arranged this seasonable store news. • { It'll not be our fault if everything pertaining to the famishing of the room is not perfect. Just everything that • • yoti can possibly need is right here, priced ia the fair, Davis-Kaser way. t • It pays to trade on Alder street. * • — : ~ = ~~ — , • I Veiy Special Prices J Record Breaking Prices on Reliable j The Home Beatftiftfl \ 9 ) A 46,t /*. ****** fvltfC Yl £k*t\r\ \ Of D(«i«i 117 _ _ ) Of course you're anxious to have the home look 'it's best" j f& 4M\ *W j OllVCf JrlatCO WarC for the annual family gathering. Possibly yoi. ye thought of get- X { \ ting a pair of Portiers. a rug or a new carpet, to give it that j J 2 FV*>«r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

VOLUME xxx. PRINCESS ELOPES Daughter of Don Car los Flees. IS, WE OF A GERMAN PRINCE The Police Have Been in Pursuit for Two Weeks but Without Avail. BERLIN, Nov. 23. —Princess Alice. : of tie- prince of Schoenberg-Wal irg, and youngest daughter of Don Carlos of Bourbon, Spain, eloped fi her lonne at Meissga, Prussia, v ith her own coachman a fortnight ago. This fact became known today. police are in hot pursuit, but so far have been unsuccessful. The princess is 27 years old. M'INTYRE SCORED BY INSPECTORS He and the First Officer of Steamer South Portland Guilty of Cowardice. SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 23.—Local inspectors Bolles and i'.oger will ren der : <!••■ ision this evening on the • ise "i" the wrecked steamer South Portland. It i-s stated on good author | ity that Captain Mclntyre will be sus- I pended for some time and severely *ured by the inspectors; also that ITi-st Officer Bruce will be severely I i ui •, %' Cholera in Turkey. ASIIIXGTON, Nov. 23.—Tbe state ■ .4t'Vai'ttn&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

WILL FIGHT IT OUT Group of Multi-Millionaires Are Organizing RESULT Of RAILROAD LOSSES Gould and Rockefeller Said to Be Plotting the Overthrow of President Cassatt. NEW YORK, Nov. 23.—The World publishes the following: The renewed fall in the price of Jennsylvania railroad stock on Thurs day and Saturday of last week was caused by manipulation of the Gould- Rockefeller interests. A group of Philadelphia multi-mil lionaires of whom President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania railroad is lead er, has suffered tremendous losses by the recent decline in stocks. Some of them are crippled. One is on the brink of financial failure. All of them have suffered heavily by the recent fall in stocks, for the reason that they have been the victims of a campaign directed specially against the compa nies in which they were most heavily Interested. This campaign, planned, engineered and executed by the Gould-Rockefel ler interests as an act of revenge upon President Cassatt. is intended by them to weaken ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

ELOPED WITH AN INDIAN. f- ncr Member of Illinois Football r Team Skips With Areola Girl. SCOLA, HL, Nov. 23.—Miss Anna ler "! Areola eloped last night Prank Cayou, the Indian who on the University of Illinois team two years ago. They ~- , married here. i is a graduate of Carlisle In .l. The couple left for the but refused to reveal their destination. ir $2.600 ]1 t Will Double in Value in i ♦ Two Years ? ! ♦ ♦ BEST VACANT LOT ON 4 ♦ ALDER ST. ♦ ? j | ] usl see us tomorrow to X f [$1,500 | ♦ | * STOP PAYING RENTj $ an buy a nice home 4 ♦ four blocks from business ▼ ♦ • i t ol town with $200 down and ▼ ♦ month. ♦ tTHIS WEEK ONLY? \ House and Lot \ ♦ A FINE BUY ♦ I $440 I j ♦ Oily . short distance from rots 7 - Park addition that J " r al *TOO T ♦ 4> ♦ si eral good propo- 4 ♦ one looking for a $ ? See us be- if { f ♦ 4 | Leonard & Baxter t k.>om ;•- liaumeister Bldg. near Third J # a * z i z I GRAND OPENING I %—= — « WE would respectfully call your attention to our com- 2 ple...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

The Evening Statesman Published by THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO Office No. 9, Third St, Near Main. Telephone Main 123. One year (delivered by ma 11)... In advance * 6 00 «x months 3 50 One month by carrier • One week by carrier 15 Subscribers who do not get their papers will favor us by reporting at the office. The complete telegraphic news ser vice printed in thase columns daily is furnished by SCRIPPS-M'RAE. and is by far the best report pub lished In Walla Walla. Sty official paper NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy of change of advertisement must be delivered to the business of fice by the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to Insure insertion in the issue of even date. WEATHER. Tonight and Tuesday cloudy, unset tled weather with occasional rain. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PLAN. Councilman Glasford's plan for the solution of the water problem is growing in favor the more it is studied by the taxpayers. He proposes to continue the use of the present supply of pure water for the residence dis tricts wes...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

A (JAJIE * WHITMAN AN D3U LLMAN TEAMS WILL MEET >N THE GRID IRON FIELD THURSDAY. Baldwin Chosen Baeball Manager for Next Season —VYdter Brown at Head of th< Pioneer. The great Thanksgiving football j game with Pullman is in everyone's mind at Whitman coHge now. W. A. j C. is the great rival >t Whitman and the contest between he two schools; is always tbe great c mt of the foot ball season. For the past two years the games between fee two colleges have been very close nd hard fought and the one this year promises to be no exception to the lie. Notwith standing three defeats 'hitman's team is in better condition ght now than at any time this seaso: Both Coach Allen and Captain Brom are hopeful <bf winning the game ixt Thursday. We have a good fighmg chance," : sai<! Allen this morning. "At the be ginning of the season le team had only two old men and tl hard games which it has been up agvist this year have been very useful 1 licking it into shape for this last tame. Pul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

Home and Foreign Markets. BMT SOME WHEAT TWENTY THOUSAND BUSHELS CHANGED HANDS SATUR DAY AFTERNOON. J. C. Scott Bought 15,000 Bushels—Be lieved Wheat Was for Up- Country Mills. Although wheal ruled as low Satur day as it has for weeks past a few lots aggregating nearly 20,000 bushels changed hands. J. C. Scott bought 15,@00 bushels and several of the other dealers were aide to pick up small lots. According to the custom being adopted by several of the dealers the name of the seller or the price paid ■was not made public. It is believed, however, the wheat bought Saturday is for up-country mills which have orders on hand for immediate delivery. Dealers last week thought that a tetter t in the local market would prevail this week but the situation to day remained unchanged, club being quoted around •'«•"> to cents and blue- Mem around SS to 7<» cents. Chicago December wheal showed weakness to day opening at 79% and closing off a quarter. Liverpool closed up a quar tet of a pence...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

Seamen's Union In Session. NEW FORK, X. V., Nov. 23.—The convention of the International n's union of America, which ~i In this city today, is attended jjy delegates from nil parts of the I st.lies and its insular posnos and from Australia, and New and is more thoroughly rep tative <>f the forces comprising this 5 great labor organization than I the preceding conventions. Re prepared hy the officers for pre*i tation to the convention show that) during the past year the seamen failed States have gained sev important decisions in federal ■ totfrts, and that the union has also been instrumental in securing the abolishment of many objectionable orts where sailors were robbed of •: r money, ami has furthermore con ,i i< ted a successful crusade against ng "crimpers" and "shanghai" opei tors in many ports. The present con\ ration will last a week or longer number of momentous problems i.. considered and acted upon by tn.- delegates. MERGER CASE AN ISSUE. W i Street Journal Says a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 23 November 1903

-- ' j",' ' • . >'.i ■■ i 4 »-i » i-i •< ii ii■ '■ ' ■' »'-j4 is j : I B OPEN SATURDAY ff| P EVENINGS H g 7TO 8 O'CLOCK. g MOST ACCEPTABLE THINGS We have on display in our salesrooms a handsome new line of music cabinets and ladies' desks in wax weathered and weathered oak and combination cases in handsome designs. These goods are of the lat est designs and would make most acceptable hol iday sin*- We invite a careful inspection of our large stock of -furniture and house furnishing line. Esderls' Double Stores Corner Fifth aud Maiu. Do You Know — That the Mercantile foun tain pen. made by Aikin, Lambert ft Co., is the best fountain pen in the world? Do yoa also know that about 80% of the fountain pens used are made by Aikin, Lambert <*t Co., of these we carry a full line including the I pearl and sold trimmed. What could you give a friend ! that would be more appre- j ! ciated than one of these pens. Ask to see our line when in the store. L. L. TALLMAN Corner Second and M*l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 November 1903

THE EVENING STATESMAN. VOLUME XXX. BIG FIGHT TOMORROW fitz and Gardiner at San Francisco. M\s TRAINING GOMPLEIED TW Records Made by the Antagonists i n the R'r.g—Their Measure ments Compared. -~ i n< Height 5 ft. 11 in. Neck. IS inches chesl (normal) 39% in. Ch< s< (expanded) 43 in. Waist. 28 inches Thigh. 14 inches Calf. 12% inches Biceps 12% inches Reach. 77 V-> inches' SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 24.— g this city has more interest! !„.• taken in a pugilistic encounter' t!,,., is now manifested regarding to-I ight's contest between George ,: : Robert Fitzsimmons for ; . jig • vyweight championship. Betting, however, has been com para- • the prevailing odds of of Fitzsimmons. The safe of tickets has been unusually I tl c time is called there is not likelj to be a vacant seat in tl i ■ • tically completed their trai •; today was spent in exercises to keep in con ontinuing at his I quarters on the beach, near CI I House, and Gardner across the . t Ala i. Reports from their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening statesman. — 24 November 1903

HANNA WILL FIGHT Will Oppose Roosevelt for President. SO SAYS A NEW YORK DISPATCH Believed That Roosevelt Cannot Win Nomination Without a Hard Struggle. A dispatch from New York says sen ator Marcus A. Hanna, of Ohio, is a Candidate for president of the United States to succeed President Roosevelt. Failing- in that, he will exert every ef fort to nominate Oovernor-elect Myron T. Herrick, of Ohio. Furthemore, Sen ator Thomas C. Piatt, of New York, has been, or will be asked to help nom inate the former or the latter as con ditions may dictate. Further, the Ohio senator will fight the confirmation of General Leonard Wood, nominated by the president to be major-general, unless General Wood disavows his acts with relation to the prosecution and conviction of Estes G. Rathbone, ex-director-general of posts in Cuba. Until the Wood con troversy shall be settled, with respect to the demands of Rathbone and his friends. President Roosevelt will not receive an answer from Senator Han na as to...

Publication Title: Evening Statesman, The
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