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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

HOUSE FAVORS PLAN FOR BATTLESHIPS ON THE PACIFIC COAST ■WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 18. Although the amendment favor- Ing the equal division of the na tion's warships between the Pa cific and Atlantic coasts, adopted fey the senate, has not passed tne house, the leaders favor It and it seems probable that it will go through the lower branch of con gress without opposition and without debate. It will mean only an expres Mrs. Lemp Secures Divorce and Alimony of $6,000 a Year '(By United Pros* Leased Wire.) ST. LOUIS, Mo., Feb. 18. — Mrs. William J. Lemp was grant ed a divorce today from her bus band, the millionaire brewer. The Interlocutary decree awards her $6,000 a year alimony and the custody of their son, William J. Lemp 111. The court ordered that Lemp might have custody of the child from 9 o'clock Saturday morning until 6 o'clock Sunday evening or each week. Lemp will give a $30,000 bond ■ You'll Like Tacoma and TACOMA'S ' Sunset 1205 Independent 1773 LEADING WINE MERCHANTS . Scotch...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

STATE RESTS IN THE COOPER CASE (lly United Press Leased Wire.) NASHVILLE, Term., Feb. 18.— The state rested its case late this afternoon with the introduction of testimony relative to the positions of the principals in the trial of Colonel Duncan Cooper, Robin Cooper and John D Sharpe, under the charge of murdering Senator K. W. Carmack. The action of the prosecution came aa a marked surprise to the attorneys for the defense. The attorneys for the Coopers were obviously unprepared for the sud den and abrupt ending of the state's evidenciary showing. NASHVILLE, Term., Feb. 18.— The state introduced testimony today to show that after the shooting of Senator E. W. Car mack, Colonel Duncan Cooper, who is on trial with his son, Rob in, and John D. Sharpe, telephon ed to his daughter: "It's all over. Robin has killed Carmack." The testimony was brought for ward for the purpose of proving that the shooting was anticipated. The funeral of Lewis M. Wing will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 February 1909

MOTHER HITCH IN TIICOIUIIIAVE. PROJECT 'There was 'il another .' hitch - last bight in 1 the matter of abolishing Hi* Tacoma avenue bridge above the tennis courts, and securing the Blue acres of land offered by the Taconja Land company for a city !Mrk."';!'K r''"";. ■■,■•':■■;: ■ v""v ■■•'■■ Chairman Turnbull of the street imlttee, who has I fought % the proposition * with | President Lynn, Mid he had been asked to hold die matter over for a week. "Why, It has been held over two weeks * already,',' said Wllkesnn. "We I all i know i what, the proposi tion WWI think we ought to get this land for, the park right away. The company now has a chance to •ell It and get some money out of It 1, lust as ' easy as It can give It to the city and we ought to grab It while we can." '-;,-:;.-, .- :•, Doud wanted to know about the rogradtng tfcj of ; adjoining - streets contemplated, and ' In order ■ that ; this I might Ibe . investigated, the matter was laid over a week. In the \ meantime | the, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. 6. NO. S3 PASTOR MIXED IN BAD CASE Officers Searching for Minister to Clear Up Strange Legal Tangle and Tragedy. Clergyman Accused Chi cago Woman of Extor tion — Was Convicted and Then Killed Herself. (By United Press Leased Wire.) CHICAGO, Feb. 19. —The Rev. Perley H. Powers, pastor of the Monroe Avenue church, is being sought today by the police be cause of the death by suicide of Mrs. Brock Venners, whose arrest he had caused on a charge of at tempting to extort money from him. Order for Arrest. When the woman's death was announced Coroner Hoffman im mediately Issued an order for the pastor's arrest. He is believed to be somewhere in Arizona. According to the story told by Mrs. Venners shortly before her death the Rev. Powers requested money of her when he learned that she possessed $2,500. She says she advanced him $15 and also presented him with a $40 stick pin. The woman declared that when ehe asked him to return...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

mCOMAN ISSUES DETI TO CHAMPION SKAfER W. H. ROBINSON, ONE-TIME CHAMPION OP THK WKHT, ■HBHKB TO COMPETE WITH LA. RBYNIHjm. Following the announcement of • recall of the Marathon roller ftting race held in Butte yes »r«ay, W. H. Robinson, of 1208 tth X street, this city, has is- I * challenge to J. A. Rey- Xridß, winner of the race, for a race to be held eith «r In Taeotna or Butte. i_ Reynolds, who defeated eight ILLENSBURG TO PLAY HERE TONIGHT The Tacoma high school will to ttlfht meet the Ellen&burg normal Mhool baaket-ball team at the Mfh school gymnasium. The normal boys have been going pret- Qr fast but Tacoma expects to win •at Tomorrow night the Puget Bonnd university will go over to Washington state college and tackle the state team. The Pu gat Sound quintet loßt to the •bite boys recently in this city. Whltworth college will tomor row night meet the Centralia high school at Whitworth gym. Cen toall* has defeated most of its rivals this year but lost to the Tacoma high. U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

BIG PROJECT TO RESTORE TIMBER IN THIS STATE (By United Vrenti Leased Wire.) NORTH YAKIMA, Feb. 19. — Government officials are now en gaged in making estimates of the •Ize of burned areas with a view to reforestation of the timber lands of Washington and Oregon, according to plans formulated by the department of agriculture. O. F. Allen, supervisor of the Rainier national forest reserve, Is now In this city receiving applica tions for grazing permits from local cattle and sheep »en. ACUSED OF HOLDING WOMEN IN SLAVERY WEALTHY FRENCHMAN IN JAIL IN PORTLAND AWAIT ING TRIAL ON SERIOUS CHARGE. (By United Press Leased Wire.) PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 19. Accused of being the most persist ent dealer In "white slaves" in the United States, George Beau gard, a wealthy Frenchman, oc cupies a cell here in the county jail today while federal agents are investigating his record. The prisoner is charged with importing from France women who are sent to different parts of the United States to enter house...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

THE lACOHA TIMES lIIHMIHII EVERT ■ KVKlfiaa ItXCKPT SUNDAY BT TIM , ggglgg^glAOOllAi TIMES PUBLISHINGOOMPAWT ;^ OTPIOE 708 COMMERCE STREET; POSTOPFICE BOX 123 >%aUjre* at the postofflca at Tacoma. TTaah. as second-glass matter. IJaCtiIMRAPHIC BERVICB OF UNITED PRESS ASSOCIATIONS. fettAlalirC BuiMMOfflM „ ..Mala 788, AITS* l|l|Wf V Circulation Dope Main 788, AI7BB ff j™"l, * • «ttitorlal PiK- ..."..• » « .Mala 7*4. A 1753 *~ KWS UK Sl' BSCRIPTIOJI. ~~ ~~ * OB* mX • co, ,-•«*«■• cento • week by carrier or by mall» '■^m>'mmm • moaUi by carrier or by mils ate month* by mall, ft.SO; a year by mall. ta.75. ; /v>;v f -v^-,:/ 1-r\. Kx^^Xvf'--.- '" ;■"..* •.-■•■/ "• ■Hm fU TDtKBI 18 ; i Vtf^jgts,,'..- ONLY INUEPWNDKSI j^ TACOMA'B •' 'HlSjfsg** NKWBPAPKB. §*■*■> MAIL SUBSCRIBERS—Tha a at* when four subscription •xplra* B tit* addraM label of each pa par. Whan that data arrtraa. If r»ur subscription ha* not again bean paid In ad.aooa, your nama I* „ tajaaai from {ha Hat. A ehanga o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

BOOSTERS WELL PLEASED WITH FAIR Taconia gave notice to Seattle yesterday that she was going to be In evidence at the Alaska-Yu kon-Pacific exposition. The crowd that went over to inspect the grounds at the invitation of the management of the fair, was well pleased with the way things are going. A. W. Lewis, after luncheon, when Bpeechmaking was in order, again made his plea for Tacoma to erect a building. He said other counties were doing it and he thought Pierce county should. L. W. Pratt gave notice that Tacoma would"bo heard from and If It did not erect a building, it would spend the money some oth er way. l i Tacoma has decided that she can do better with her money in boosting the fair and getting the people there and then getting them to come to Tacoma, than in erecting buildings. "We are going to boost this fair for all we are worth, but we are going to do it our way," was the dictum of Pratt. Mayor Linck made a speech and talked nicely about the friendship between the two cit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

r!HT PRISONERS CUT A HOLE THROUGH DOOR OF JAIL AND DISAPPEAR Ifer Halted Press ; Leased Wire.) OAKLAND, Cal., % Feb. 19—A Wholesale r, jail delivery ■ occurred ; here last j night, when eight pris oners cut a hole through the oak door of the county Jail and escap \&s%%m&i?-\■.;-;■: ,-'■ "V ■:■ ■>■*:-■■■ ft& Posses were organized in quick time! after the ' alarm < was given, but, »as i the < Jailbirds. had I a good ■tart, the police authorities are not hopeful of capturing them. t^, The j prisoner! jjg climbed | to ' the ■;.* "Homephonit"—for protection •gainst "butt-in-sk's." j *** "'*-" ■■-*'•*■'•, '''-■"' i^' If you are still in the market for a raincoat do not fail| to look > over our assortment. We have a good selec tion on hand of me dium and light weight coats; all sizes. £[' The prices are right; $15.00 $17.60, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, $30.00. Menzies o : ■ & ■'■'■■ ' ' " ; ■, ■ • ■ ■ ■ • ■ ■ ■■ ■ "-'-," ■■ ', .-.-■- Stevens ■p^fl,. ,■• fe ■. "'■•■/...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

St. Helens Avenue Bargain We offer today the biggest bargain on St. Helens aye. Three lots •n the upper side, between South 4th and 6th its., 75x120 feet. All assessments and 1908 taxes paid. . "- TUB PRICK IS ONLY «12.r.00. The terms are —$2,500 cash, $2,500 In six months, $1,000 December Ist, 1909; $1,000 December Ist. J1M0; $1,500 December 1, 1911; $2,000 December 1, I'M. $2,000 December 1, ISIS, with privilege of paying In full at any time. Interest 7 per cent per annum, ps>yable seml-annually. ...,-■ IF PURCHASER WILT. PAY a 4,800 CASH we' will make price for these lots $12,000; the remaining $7,600 payable on same schedule as named above, beginning December 1, 1909. This offer Is only good un til Monday, February 22. We have the exclusive sale. A, t. ORAf TOM & CO, 502-3 Berlin Bldg. jM\\\\ iiiiiii \\M &^ 1111$/ Investigate Thoroughly Before You Buy Come and see for yourself, and you will find that I am selling the i, . ONLY piece of TIDKLAND property with trackage ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 February 1909

KrERILIZATION BILL ATTRACTS MUCH ATTENTION tew MEASURE I PASSED rIN ,; ORBGON ft FORMS BASIS SOF ~ INTERESTING DISCUSSION AMONG ; DOCTORS. v—,-:,?• ~: T Kgfiffl»v"' ■"'■'""■ 'i>.-/-»•-'•';;«.;v; (By i United Press Leased Wire.) SALEM, Ore., Feb. 19. — Off •11 the bills awaiting the endorse ment 'or veto of ; Governor Cham feerlaln, the one providing for the sterilization |of . the | criminally in sane | is { unquestionably . the | most Interesting,:, particularly i. from a scientific point of view. • - ■?-ft. It shall be compulsory, accord- Ins to the provisions of the meas ure,- upon every institution of the State | entrusted , with the care* of confirmed .■ criminals, Insane per sons, idiots and. imbeciles | to ap point upon its , staff, fin : addition to the regular surgeons, two skill ed surgeons of recognized ability. ff It will be their >" duty, acting With the chief physician of the in stitution, to '. examine ' the , mental and physical ' condition of the in mates reco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTS PER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. «. NO. 53 MAY NAME SPECIAL PROSECUTOR FOR GRAND JURY PROBE BIG FLEET HOME ON MOIAY Arrival of Battleships to Be Occasion of Historic Navai Pageant (By United Press Leased Wire.) OLD POINT COMFORT, Va., Feb. 20.—When the battleship fleet enters Hampton Roads next Monday and passes In review be fore President Roosevelt on the Mayflower, the war vessels will bo welcomed by a floating armada of passenger boats and excursion vessels, surpassing in size and number any preceding pleasure fleet in this harbor. Vessels will come from many ports along the Atlantic coast bearing distinguished visitors to the Roads to join in the welcome. One steamer will carry more than a hundred members of congress, their families and friends. The harbor will be jammed with craft. Never before in its history have ■o many ships applied for anchor age. The navy department will patrol the waters with swift run ning torpedo boats and no precau tion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

. ITTELI IS BADLY ! HUMPED BY 1111 United Pm Leased Wire.) BW YORK, " Feb. . 20. —Abe Attell, t , the American feather |: w«ight champion, met rather more k than his : match >in Jem « Driscoll, |the Bnglish champion, last night ; f tn their ', 10-rouud ;' match. -„ •» Al though bo decision was given and .both men were in good shape to |:go 3on indefinitely IDriscofl g had rather the better of 'the battle. !j Re i was it apparently more • clever I than Attell , but '. the • latter ; had a little more lin - his . blows. < ■ -; Attell j la general played for the stomach, heart I and :■■}> body :. and '.: Driscoll thumped him all over his face and had ;it S considerably bruised up. ':- SEe^'^ j "•• •• -ii •-—.. -. '. ■ .■ ■ ONE POINT TAKES THE SAME FROM ELLENSBUR6 After i a'l. terrific neck-and-neck ' race , last i night . between Tacoma high school and Ellensburg nor f mat on the local . basket-ball floor, Cook 2 finally put the ball in the | basket In the last < minute of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

Tacoma to Plaster World With Stickers Tacoma may not be "stuck up" but everything that goes out of town In the next six months will be. There will be stadium stickers, Booster stickers, A.-V.-P. stickers and Just plain Tacoma stickers. Everybody Is to be armed with stickers which will be put on all mail, clapped on the baggage of all visitors, stuck on express packages and scattered over the wide world with a free hand. The California excursion went out this morning wltlj 200 Boos ter Btickers. Another invoice will be sent by express to them In Cal HENEY DECLARES ATTORNEY FOR RUEF KNEW OF PLOT TO SHOOT HIM (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20.— With one juryman's seat yet to be filled In th« Patrick Calhoun case before the peremptory chal lenges begin, Prosecutor Heney charged Henry Ach, attorney for Ruef, with having knowledge of the fact that Morris Haas was go ing to shoot Heney. . Attorney Moore for the defense started the argument and it got so hot that Judge L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

%ThE lACOHA TIMES fumm BVKRT EVBNINO KXCBPT SUNDAY BY TUB TAOOMA TIMES PUBLISHING COMPACT I QmOE -768 COMMERCE STREET; FOBTOFFICE BOX 128 ,/._J fcwri at tho poatotflco at.facoma. T.'ath, as second-da— matter, I %aja«»QRAPHIC ; &ERVICB .OF UNITED '* PRESS v ASSOCIATIONS. 1 DIIAIIFC Bnntnni Office .........■; . ..Main 78S, AI7SB I \ Oirculattob | Dept. I r,VTi .i . ... . Main S 788, 41788 I ■ MVIH.O .Editorial DepcT. Mate T»4. AIT 33 | SV* ' TKKMS OK SIBSCRnTIOH. ?*•■'■■' | Ob* cent a copy, seven oenta a week by carrier or by mall; «■• emu a month by carrier or by mail; el* months by mail, »1.50; , MlfMFbr mall, »a.7«. ;<*■ ;■•" w. >-,-,: ■ '.^ :^-^-,tM ■v -: _ 11 ■■ THK TIMKH l_ rtr^BHth.- :^ ONLY IWDBPHITOKX* " :-.:.i:< * TACOMA'B - .. NBWgPAPEB. ;,';•„• "'-^ , «O MAIL IPBMIRianU-Tht a»t« when your aubacriptlon «pIMJ <!■ •_ tti* addroe* label of ; each pa p«v When that : 4tU ■ arrive*. ■If ijfWW »_b»crlpt!on ha« not attain been paid In ad anoe. your name t» _tea from...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

PT'rnE spoTLianfl WJiMMFaadGMSlPernni STAGE I AT THE TACOMA. T « -# "THE BUB«OM.\BTEU". W. P. Cullen's great revival of Pixley & Luder's masterpiece of musical comedy, "The Burgomas ter," will be the big attraction at the Tacoma theater Wednesday Sight. Harry Hermsen and Ruth White, in the leading roles of Peter Stuyvesant and Willie Van Aslorbllt, will play their old parts, and will be supported by a com pany of 60 people. The costumes are especially handsome this year, and the pro duction is new. Much that Is novel has been Installed in the -way of electrical effects.. "THE WOLF." "The Wolf," Eugene Walter's new and stirring play, which will be seen at the Tacoma theater Sunday and Monday, will be pre sented with an exceptionally strong cast, as the play demands. Mr. Andrew Robson will be the Jules Beaubien, and he Is said to make the French Canadian. hand some and manly. He reads beau tifully and forcibly, satisfies. In fact, the eye and the ear, and creates a character. Othe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

«i .>.<■'" fWfJ 5a»JwU? ~ ",i£*i£r*2—L-l:'*ti 2L^^^^l.'i ' .■■', BwpsSSisSHßy Peter Power. .-. : ■ "**,« Despite i all I the laws . that I are enacted Ito I minimize I the evil of I Child : labor, and > all 1 the r agitation directed : against iit by humanitari . Ana and students of social prob lems, there does not only not ap pear to be any appreciable - de- J>!erease of ; the ' number ' of ■■ child Si Workers," but a : startling increase ;)!•;, noted In the larger industrial f canters. According to ' the - New York board of health and chari- Vtable :■""■' organizations there were Just about twice as many children It*' apply '. for employment .', certifi cates during the closing months of % the past year, as sought those cer % tificates ' daring the ■ same \ period »> the year previous. *• mss Public, v quasi-public - and labor *S officials in Philadelphia, Boston, <$ Plttsburg, Chicago and other -I places tell substantially the same !,i story, as I comes from New...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

The Chance of Your Life to Buy a 5 or 10 Acre Tract of Garden Land for $25 . Downand $10 a Month $40 to $100 An Acre T« the pvlee of tract we now offer. The land Is excellent for all kind of garden, or chicken or dairy ranch purposes. The payment of $25 Secure* a 6 or Bor 10-aere tract. Anybody can pay $10 per month. Be fore the last payments are due every tract will be worth double. Lo cated a mile from Northern Pacific, station, school, church, creamery; 12 miles south of Tacoma; all kinds of garden and fruit and dairy ranches are making comfortable and Independent homes In this neigh borhood. Acreage is the best of property for any man of I small means to buy. You can make a living on It when you can't live in town, nnd as 1 the city grows the value of this outside fcround grows.. B«y a Iriu-I for raanrll and live like a country gentleman, or by one for your boy and give him an interest in Tacoma noil. Let us show you. A. H. Barnhisel Company Room 1. 952V4 Pacific Aye. M. 7200 Cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 February 1909

r EXCURSION OFF FOR SOUTH ABCTtt PARTY OF PUGET ) SOUND RBBIDKNTH LEAVES FOR OAMPORNIA .— MANY (ACOMANB INCLUDED. t 9:20 this morning the great fornia excursion from Puget Id »wung out of the Northern We depot here and start/>l nn long Journey to Los Angeles. ; will taken seven days to :• the trip and all the import cities and resorts between ) and the destination will be Tinted. The excursion Is being made for the purpose of boosting the A- V.-P. fair and the Puget sound Cities. Tacoma and Seattle cars Were both loaded with printed natter which will be sown along •the route. The train carries nearly 200 people. i The Tacoma excursionists are: W. R. Bradley, B. Bertelson, Mrs. H. B Blake, D. I. Cornell, M. J. CO-OPERATION THE WATCHWORD OF TACOMA BUSINESS MEN SPEAKERS ?AT COMMERCIAL H CLUB J PINNER URGE THEM Bp.TO GET TOGETHER. Tacoma retail merchants last Bight were urged to buy at home |When they can do so. ■ A. V. Love, ■peaking to the Retail Merchants' i association ■ banquete...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 22 February 1909

1 ONE CENT PER COPY 30 CENTSfPER MONTH DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME VOL. O. NO. 54 U. S. FLEET COMPLETES GREATEST CRUISE IN WORLD'S HISTORY THREE BIG PARADES TODAY Soldiers, Elks and Red Men March Through Streets in Honor of Washington. Washington's birthday anni versary was celebrated today in Tacoma with unusual zeal by pa triotic citizens. Flags floated all over the city, business was gen • erally suspended, public institu tions were closed and In every school house programs of eulogy •were given to commemorate the •works of the father of his. coun try, who is held up to the small boy as the fellow who never told a lie. The Red Men claim their order dates back to the days of Wash ington and they celebrated with a big red fire parade this afternoon •when all the braves came out on bronchos and In buckskins and long feathers In spectacular array. The procession covered the main business streets of the city. The Elks once a year dust off their plug hats for a silk tile par ade and all rec...

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