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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 24 March 1909

fIRGE SUM MISSING FROM CITY TREASURY (By United Press Leased Wire.) i SAN FRANCISCO, March 24.— Following revelations made to the local grand Jury yesterday after faoon, expert aocmintants itoday are continuing their efforts to trace the course taken by $100, --•00 which has disappeared from the city treasury. Although several witnesses, formerly members of the treasury , WEB TIGHTENS ABOUT ALLEGED KIDNAPERS (Continued From Page One.) . ttves last nigbt captured the ab ductors, while walking along the Street in the east end of the city. Beneath the woman's skirt was found $9,989. All but $40 of it ,«H bound In packages, bearing the original slips placed on the money when Whitla took It from the bank. Immediately following the ar rest the woman confessed that she tutd planned the abduction. Her companion attempted to escape fry breaking into a run but was recaptured after a cowple of shots tmd been fired into the air by the Officers. Lived In Sharon. Chief of Police Kohler this after...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? - If an,' aaat tercet to stre the Tlawa carrier roar ■«? addrru. By Solas «Ma or ay telephonies the Time* of fice. Main 78S or tad. AITSS. you will he luvH of not . ■ l««l»* a Blade copy of your paver. ( The Time* carrier mflrm eovera the whole <•!•> and the auanrba. Vim <■<■ *•»• the 'Ilium delivered to your doer, no matter wbrre' you acre. Ju«i remember to let urn know roar new ad -IWH. VOIi. 6. NO. 81 WHITE GIRL AND JAP LOVER EN ROUTE TO TACOMA TO WED TACOMA GIRL ENDS LIFE iliuf RIGHT TO THRONE Crown Prince of Servia Will' Flee to Escape Rumors-Country in Danger —< • (By United Press Leased Wire.) BELGRADE, March 25. —The Crown Prince George today, in a letter to Premier Novakovltch, re nounced his right to the throne of Bervla and announced that he will go abroad shortly to escape rum ors that he is responsible for such serious injury to one of his ser vants that the man died after an operation. The cabinet was summoned in ' special- session...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

WxWjr ': EE ' "J^MMM^^k ■^'^I^B^^^B^^K^ -V, mSE \W\^^____X^■''■•'■ *■* __T^_W mA-M mW m mm Y.M.G.A. TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP OFCIJY -•' With ! a total 'of : six' dune* won BBd one game I lost a the Tacoma T. M. C. A. basket-bill quintette won the city championship :■--, last alt'ht. tearing off Its- final game With the 5 crack ; high i school ; five S,2»T a score of SI to 23. There ff will be one more game before the ■•Wai dose of the contest, but t-H tte last match Is to be pulled *{«'■' i between Whitworth, % the cellar ■tamnieaa. and the Y. M. C. A. jstnch, ft to not counted on as of '^l. *'**"* *°me: freak - chance, the $ whltwwrth bum* ( *j should ■*: win gjtowwttsiT.l-- M. -C. A. team, th 9 » percentage tof the ' V.'s » and j the f,*lgl» sch*ool team would ;be equal, L .75*, and ' a deciding : game would ••Ye to be pulled off. -• ' . iWIiSITy TEIIIVI TO make tour of OREGON This year's baseball team at the .University of Puget Sounl : will soar Oregon, according ito state- Wmts i mad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

CITY BONO PROJECTS UP TO THE VOTERS PEOPLE WILL, BAIiIXTT ON bridge, ki;\vi:h and park IMPROVEMENTS. If the people want bridges and sewers In Tacoma they will have a chance to say so on election day. The council last night sub mitted for the election April 6 a proposition to issue bonds ' for $300,000 for new concrete and steel bridges and for $75,000 for •ewers. Another chance on bonds may be given the people a little later by a park board. At the meeting last night the board authorized H»* rltv clerk to call a special elec tion April 14 to vote on Issuing I ii»U,VVU worth of park bonds to carry forward the park projects. On the success of this bond issue depends the great boulevard plan •long the bluff, for "which the Northern Pacific has agreed to donate the land if it 1b Improved within a year. "The Dependable Store" STANDARD HOUSE FURNISH COMPANY "The Dependable Store" BIGSALEof RANGES, GAS RANGES COOK STOVES »* HEATERS INAUGURATING OUR SPRING PROFIT-SHARING SALE •;::,-: ■ . ■ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

ffiTfE 7ACOMA TIMES j UHOD ■VBBY BTIHIIfOv iOXOBFT * SUNDAY BY '": THB i Uli^JlSagff TAOOMA TIMES ' PUBIdBHINQ ; COMPANY ": -' V" . { g UMMJH—7«B COMMERCE STREET; POBTOFFICK BOX 128 1; I | jb»tet»d at th« postof at Taooma, '". ra»b, as second-class matter. I VSIJMBAPHIC BBRVIOB OF UNITED PRESS ABBOCIATIONa. JPHfllUFC v***" Ofllc* ........,„, ..Mat* n*, A17«8 ; \ if* mill I a* ' OwlHloi 11**..". Mala 78S, AITSB \ • •BVIII-**.Editorial Peg.-;;V..VV^W«..IUI»iT»A > tAA7S»v | teass^RS'S.t:^ TUMIS OK SI USORIPTIOJI. ;<-v ■ ; ▼ "!r,T |w'."W ■'Biipif." ■■!■■' iiwii ■ mil >j imiliii or UJ 1I>11» ' 5 ►MM a aMMtk by evHar or by auOJt ate ai—th> by mall. «1 JOj i * ••• |WbT by ~*~*l. (aVTO»': ";>".''-■ -v,- „ ' f>; .-. "> ■'• ?,- i. .» ■1..,,-^»• ■- '. i■' -- ' J4 ' IU TOUm m adaSi^a«\» oin<¥ imiBPaNDEKX I ? TACOMAfI ;y. •'• ■ fT^^SS^ 1* ;.,....-. mnrAraL. -■ ■ I f'^99 HAIL ItnUCkUni—Tl»« <>U won roar »üb»crlptlon czptr** ; t-*2«» ttiildrtH Üb*l of mush. pap*.-....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

WAR HERO EVANS ' MAKES GREAT HIT PEOPLE THOROUGHLY ENJOY HIS LKCTUKE. Rear Admiral R. D. Evans made a decided hit with the people of Tacoma in bis lecture at the Ta ooma theater last night on his ex periences in the Spanish-American war as commander of the lowa. He was unstinted in his praise of the men and made it perfectly plain that the credit for victory To Install Wireless] On New Submarines (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, March 25.—The two submarine boats, for which the contract for building was , recent ly let by the government to Moran Bros, of Seattle, will be equipped with efficient sets of wireless tele-1 "SAVING SOULS IS A BUSINESS" DECLARES ADVERTISING MINISTER ONE OP RKV. SIMMONS' AD VIItTISKMKMS • HELL! « • We all believe in it. We • • have seen it. Some of ns 9 • have been there. Some are • • there now, others are on the 9 • road. Choose a wrong course, 9 9) pursue it far enough and you M 9) will be in hell. Not many 9 • men intend tq go far astray, f • They ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

fREE MILLION EARNERS PROTEST AGAINST WHEAT CORNER ■MtCAQO. March 25.—Very people know anything about • movement that is steadily, qulet , It pushing its way over the coun try, and which may revolutionize the whole method of marketing tae products of the soil. This Is the Farmers' union, na tional In scope. Its membership has declared war on the wheat manipulators of Chicago who are trying to corner the world's sup ply, and will demand that con gress abolish wheat speculation and the bucket shops. Its membership includes also the night riders of Kentucky, whose armed resistance has drawn the attention of the nation; the cotton growers of the far south, and the fruit growers of Califor nia. Everywhere the purpose is the same —the benefits of farm la bor to go to the farmers them- The organization has planted Its ramifications in every section of the country during the past two years. It Is destined to play an Important role in political and in dustrial affairs In the near fu ture. It ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

FAUX 7, THUHBOA., MARCH 28 REAL ESTATE BUSINESS PROPERTY—VACANT LOTS — HOICKS — ACRBAOB FARMS FARMS 40 ACRES IMPHOVRD DAIRY 20 acres In cultivation, 2 acres In good bearing orchard; good shot clay soil. There Is a new 8-room house. Just com . pleted, painted; larxe barn, 8 chicken houses; all necessary • : outbuildings; good team of horses. (4 years old); good wagon, . ■ new top buggy; all farm Implements, cream separator, 2 com, • „ 8 hogs, 300 chickens. 60 sacks of seed potatoes; hay enough to winter stock. There are 15 acres of the best drained bottom ' • land, where potatoes, celery and roots pf all kinds give the best ' returns. This place Is a money-maker from the start and can be made to pay large dividends. Price, $4,200; $2,500 cash, balance on easy terms. This place will not last long at this ■ i price. Owner has cut price from $5,000, as he Is anxious to y • close up at once. - ■ . ■ . • 3- , - ..i»-; ■• : ■ -' . ■ ..••'. . , 40 ACRES AT BEXSTOX . ■ . Five miles from big ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 25 March 1909

rAGB 8, THUBSDAT, MABCH 2» - SOCIALIST MAY BE ELECTED MAYOR **i VOTERS CONFRONTED BY PE CULIAR SITUATION. •■■:.•; £glffi^f^"7-^—~ .:";■•-■•' ■- ■ •■-"' & <Br United Press Leased . Wire.) wS&S LOS* ANGELES,' Cal., March 25. Scared C. Wheeler, socialist, has m good chance toady of becoming 8-1 mayor of Los Angeles, following the recall election to be held here tomorrow, when "Uncle" George rV; Alexander will be his only oppon ent for si the office. Alexander Is lit man of Lincoln-Roosevelt league Aand Is the candidate of the forces which invoked the recall against Mayor A. C. Harper, i; who resign sl#di under i fire ' and I was succeeded temporarily ,by;Wm; D. Stephens, ■;|an i appeinteee of the city council. Spi Republicans > and T democrats : of the "regular" forces find them selves confronted with a peculiar alternative of choosing between a fS socialist and an "insurgent" and a surprisingly large proportion has if declared • Its ' faith :In the former. LAWYERS TO HOL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

ARE YOU GOING TO MOVE? It •», doat fora^t to sir* the TUn carrier yoat m*-rr ■ d.lrrM. By dolBB this i»r by teleMoalaa; the Tlmra at *l«-r. Malm T3> or lad. A 1783, you Trill he aura red of mot ■ Ml— a »ia«le eopjr of your pan**. The Times carrier • j»trm covers taw whole city iml the auburlia. : Ye« ,„,, h«»r the Tim™ deliver** to your door, ■<• Matter nhcra jroa move. Just remember to. let u« kuw roar mm ml. •Ma VOL. 6. NO. 82 WOMAN KILLS 300 MEN Confesses to Slaying That Number of Undesirable Husbands in 30 years- Fee Paid For Each Murder (By United Press lieased Wire.) SAMARA, Bussia, March 26.— The police authorities today are investigating the career of Mine. Popovs who was arrested recently on charges of murdering undesir able husbands by wholesale. The woman is declared to have con fessed to having killed three luin dren men In the last thirty years, but the police think she is exag gerating her deeds. ■ ; ' : . The .. authorities, however, ad mitted that the woman wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

SOX COMING j HERE NEXT SPRING Mf jfovpA Prw»!f<>*iea^Wire.) ; ||<i«Uttpi/M.«* 26.—The re- Kporf from' Portland that Fielder ■|pii^^©;^eat;bMebaU(manager ■ |pai4 layer. '' Is Irrevocably; lost 'to ■ ► Wttfte Sox, are not • entirely ■ irrect, ' according to \a ' statement ■ wade ;by i Owner - Chas. Comiskey H today. Oomlskey say* the ' latter B ?jmu i not . definitely settled lat * the B ««tln« fee had with i Jones in B ortland ? f yesterday. Jones . told 5 aiskey that ' if; It i was - possible I.HV Urn to get away from his busl- B . Mas in the Oregon city he would POLICE CATCH COM ISKE V I! AND OTHER BASEBALL || MEN IN A RAID lUalted Press Leased Wire.) g:. BATTLE, I March C—Charles 5 imisfcey, owner !of the Chicago 5 fait* Box,' John Agnew and John ; Burns, prominent lawyers of Chl l Ho, D. B. Dugdale, president of I ' *h/9 Northwest $ baseball * league, ? & John T. Ireland,' manager of jj oldie's ; saloon, were I arrested Iby 1" ft police • sergeant t and two ; plain I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

TO RUSTrWORKOIJ THE NEW DEPOT bidds to bk cam ki» for soon—klliott going to Portland tonight. President Elliott will complete his work here today and will go on to Portland this evening. By the time he leaves every thing will have been arranged ■with reference to the new depot and, ac Boon as the specifications and plans are finished with such changes as have been agreed upon, the company will call for bids and award the contract. The Jobt Coast Plans Royal Reception For Japs • 11. I nil. ,I l'r.«<« I rn>-i-il Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, March 26.— 'Instead of snubbing the Japanese and refusing to participate in a meeting for the purpose of plan ning to entertain Japanese mer chants on the Pacific coast, the Ban Francisco chamber of com merce has taken the exactly op posite course," said Chester Burks GET READY FOR APRIL Ist Don't Trust the Old Leaders and Hooks a* This Man Did. COME BEFORE Till-: RUSH and look over our Large As sortment of New Lines, Hooke, Leaders, Rods and an esp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

*Kd>AY, MAKOH 96 WANTS 4,000 MEN FOR RAILWAY WORK (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, March 26.—T0 se cure the labor of 4,000 men and to purchase 25,000 tons of sup plies, M. J. Heney, who has the contract to build the Copper Riv er railway In Alaska, has returned to Seattle. He arrived yesterday on the Ohio from Cordova, where he went some time ago to lay THREE CONVICTS MAKE BREAK FOR LIBERTY (By United Press Leased Wire.) VANCOUVER, B. C, March 26. I—A special from New Westmin ster says: Three convicts made a desper ate attempt to break away from ■the penitentiary yesterday after noon. Guard Imlah was on duty in the ground with 17 prisoners when he noticed that three of them were edging towards the fence. He spoke to them, but finding them inclined to be mu tinous, ordered them into the building. As he could not leave the other convicts, he covered the three men with his gun until they reached the door, when sud denly they wheeled around and ran toward a certain spot in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

L WASHINGTON Vidtoff PnM Leased Wire.) h£ OnfVTOBiTY OF OREGON. ;^j|i||f MM, Of.'.'. March" 26.—Those l&bo ieard the 5 debate '#j between .»*ae University of Oregon and the nlvwrWty of : Washington :. last bjgbt are unanimous today in the welaration % that \ the .victory | won ■%%T, the Washington debating team Is one that 1 they should jbe j proud of. The i vote of the .■ Judges : was two to one ,In ■ their favor. s,<s*?T-'r; jpiS Oregon• supported J the ■ affirma • Bide of I the ' question: ;£*,v*«£j "Resolved, That, waiving con | stitutionality, the ; federal' govern ment should , Impose a progressive ?^lncome tax on all incomes'. which reach a specified amount."' STOCK MARKET IS FEATURELESS [By United ! Press Leased Wire.) tiwiNEW YORK, March 26. — A s u »ore; featureless ■:■.. stock '*% market than ! today'a 1 could J not 'be ■ imag ined. ■? There j was some life dur- E ing , thei first : and last hour's trad | Ing; but during the middle of the !session orders < were ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

TRIP AY, MARCH 2ft ■ REAL ESTATE P BUSINESS PROPERTY—VAC ANT LOTS — HOICKS — ACRE FARMS FARMS 40 ACRES IMPROVED DAIRY -10 acres In cultivation. 2 acres in good bearing- orchard; . ' . arood shot clay 8011. There Is a new" 8-roora house. Just com pleted, painted; large barn, 8 chicken houses: all. necessary outbuildings; good team of horses; (4 years old): good wagon, new top buggy; all farm Implements, cream separator. 2 cows, 8 hogs, 300 chickens. 50 sacks of seed potatoes; hay enough to winter stock. There are 15 acres of the best drained bottom land, where potatoes, celery and roots of all kinds give the best returns. This place is a money-maker frOm the start and can „ be made to pay large dividends. Price, $4,200: $2,500 cash, balance on easy terms. This place will not last long at this price. Owner has cut prlco from $5,000, as he is anxious to close up at once. I jf 4 ' "' 40 ACRES AT iii:n viov A Five miles from big mill market on the Milwaukee road; shingle mill and railroa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 26 March 1909

_ffK____[ ■ i "j ,)T ' 12. I.; H&W.'m'ymm #mnn_im-n*m ifISSING GIRL MAY I BE KIDNAPER :AW>UCTOR OF WHITI,A BOY IAV BB WOMAN WHO was '^ RIVEN FROM HER OHIO ' MOMS YEARS AGO. <^ri -.-.; [By ' United Press Leaned ? Wire.) Wm CHICAGO, \ March I 26. —Declar- <■'ing that -he was'- unable to; state ■^whether * the '.woman ; arrested |in connection with \ the > aping <of ?■ WHlle s Whltla from Sharon, is his |j daughter, W. E. McDermott, a re tired fireman, sixty-two years old, * today f threw ?. an -interesting side ■'lirht On the career of a girl who j: may. prove to be the woman charg ed with the Pennsylvania kidnap |to«^s^^;K:s^ ?:•■;■;; «-.■■-'-,?:•/•,•>-1- '§'<?, McDermott declared that he bad v three daughters, one of them nam |ed Anna, v who '$ was *j reported to | have | married t but whose * married '! name or .whereabouts he did not know. He added that Anna had I?; been ■'; educated "at a • convent. at jj Madteon, , Wis. • The Sharon sus pect I also had ;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

.ARE YOU QOlflQ TO MOVE? ' ■ ji # »P% I»B«X*lP*ff ,^F%»P %H%^WIV *Ji -*-*i ■ %p» *-n, ■Wl\^ W Sb • »r'j"' "■*"' "rrH.°4nllern< *a s*r« tm« Tl»— imiln •■•• saw''<V .; afMreaa. By aalaa; ■ tMa •* kf tele»a«ala« «h» Tinea of ■ flo«-. Mate T*t *r lad. Aim. yw.wUl be uanrH nf mot . ■': mU>l>( ,■ 1 alaslr \ e*»r «f raar paper..i Th« Tta*«a 'etilMr V ■.■''; »mw wren tb« whale «ltr nd the ntarki, Yon c-im have the Tlmrs delivered to your dim, bo Hatter ivkrrr ■-• rmm . Mm. Juki ' reaaeaaher to let •• kjww /our maw ■-»- ', * ■!•»—■ VOL. O. NO. 88 MOB TRIES TO LYNCH WOMAN KIDNAPER JAP WEDS 61 AT LAST Gladys Emery Becomes Bride of Gungiro Aoki-Married in Seattle IRE COMING TO TACOMA SEATTLE, March 27.—MIbb Gladys Emery, of Corte Madre, Cal., has at last realized her heart's desire. At 11:45 o'clock this morning she became the bride of Gungiro Aokl, who claims to be a Japanese of high rank and a former Journalist, but whose re cent avocation 1b reported to have been that of a dishwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

M m i^j 9^M m\ JL MJL ¥ /IfJli ww Kj^ 'KING BASEBALL I IS AGAIN RULER nans .' and . WKBHTKnS of |W WBATTLK S PLAYING 3 AT,: 3 ■• ; PAHK TODAY. .. . ; -;." •*Baseball is on tap a«ain. '<&&$ -■} ■ "he Tiger* * *»* Webster* ■; of ■ geajtttw are at It thin afternoon at Itette park in the first game of the i season,\* and \ they ' will have ■Mother § game it tomorrow. '. Hall has his men all stiffened up ,by I daily practice, but they will foiget ■it sooa as , the ' rooters i begin ' o toot and I the 'i cacher; begins 'to .teh an>d the old '- enthusiasm of nae* diamond Is in evidence. . ' >^ Players and magnates both look r a good season of baseball in Tswat this ;yeai%'?* f"~:iiC- "■ ' '/.. :■ ;;' MMING MARK | IS LOWERED J ; (Br tiKM l*reaa I.«aae4 'Wire.) > PITTBBURO. March 27. —C. M. -f Daniels ! of J New : York, . broke ■ the i|world's 300-yard ;* swimming , rec jnord before the East Liberty Aquat *lc club last night, making it in 2: ISW 2-5 lor three p seconds ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 27 March 1909

TO VOTE ON TARIFF APRIL 10 •WASHINGTON, D. C, March 17.—Representative Harrison of Mew York,one of the minority ■bolters and one of the new mem bers of the ways and means com mittee, made a speech In the house today, advocating tariff for rev enue only. He referred only once to the democratic split. He said that the vote on the Payne bill would show solid opposition to high protective policies. According to plans of the ways and means committee leaders, the house will vote on the Payne bill on April 10 or immediately after Capitol Heights Reaches idealism more nearly than any other piece of property ever opened for sale in the city of Tacoma. A few minutes' walk or a short i fide on either car line takes you to this magnif icent residence section, lying between 15th and 19th streets, Prospect and Pine. Think of it, right in the heart of the city. A few attractive features that make Capitol Heights more resir ed than the others: Transportation. No part of the city is more favorably p...

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