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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

f THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1011. CITIES' GROWTH Capital Everywhere Exploiting ills Municipalities. FEAR PERMANENT HIGH PRICES North American Urban Rush Being Duplicated In Old World, Even Reaching India, China and Japan and Sweeping Over South America' as Well. i A worldwide change In human con ditious, political 11s well as economic, Is Indicated by tlio lutest figures ns to the growth of cities. The figures now being gathered show the phenomenon 19 not confined to America, but Is sweeping over Europe and Asia and Africa nnd the Australian continent. In the Polish district of Russia, for example, there has been in the last year an Increase of 1-1,000 workmen In Moscow and 11.000 in Warsaw. This means 100,000 more mouths to feed In these two plares. The problem Is of the greatest iin porlaui'e to those who live in Ameri can cities, for until the reaction, tho "back to the soil" movement, comes, perhaps twenty to twenty-five years hence, this enormous growth of mu-nieipall...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, AVEDNESDAY, KKintUAItV 1, 1011. DAYS OF FANCY 1 II snapshots at SALARY PASSING Epidemic of Reductions Strikes American Financial World. STEEL COMBINE SETS PACE, Farrell Given $50,000 as President as Against ,$100,000 Received by Corey. Equitable Life to Shave Morton's $80,C00 to Prevailing Insurance Sti pend of $50,000. There appears to be an epidemic of lowering the big salaries of the In dustrial and financial world these days. The steel trust showed Its symptoms, and now comes further evidence In the Equitable Life Assurance society's intention to pay its president 50,000 Instead of 580,000. Tho death of I'aul Morton, president f tho Equitable, has furnished op portunity for the reduction. It was said the trustees probably will Insist n the lower salary when electing his successor on tho theory that $30,000 would bo sufficient to command the services, of the ablest man In the life insurance business. Those who took this view pointed to the fact that Charles A. Peabod...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

Till!, OITIHKN, WKHNESDAY, FEIlUUAItY 1 1011. THE CITIZEN Bcnil-Wcckly Founded 1008; Weekly Founded IS I I. runusiiED nvKnv Wednesday and Friday iiy THE CITIZEN rUBMSHIKB COMPANY. Kntered as second-class mutter, at tlie post olllce. llonesdalc. l'a. K. B.IIAHDKNHKIKIH, - PllKSIDKNT WW. WOOD. - MAN AGEK AND SKC'Y J.M.BMELTZKIl EDITOR directors: c. ii. dorfmnoeb. m. b. allen. OXNRY WILSON. E. R. IIARDENBERdll. W. W. WOOD. "WEDNESDAY, FE11KUAHY 1, 1011. LETTISH OF C1IHIST? Wo find It Impossible, at present, to comply with tlio requests of ninny ,f our readers wlio want us to pub lish a copy of what Is alleged to be a letter mitten by Christ and llrst published in 1801. Wo have it on authority of a prominent priest of the Itoman Catholic church, that no 'ono nceu fear any misfortune or bad luck by failing to comply with the di rections as to its publication and ownership, issued by the circulators of this pseudo-epistle. GOVEKNOH TENEH COMMENDED. Governor Teller's attitude on good roads...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEimUAllY 1, 1011. JL ioia(!eieiieie CENT A WORD COLUMN! Mil. WINT, the piano tuner, will bo In Honesdsle the week begin ning February 6th. Leave orders at Hotel Wayne. 2t. WANTED Two or three girls at Paper Box Factory. 8tf AIjWAYS offering bargains. $G1 value, yours for $20. 530 Edison phonographs and GO records. Ik Intyre. 7eoi2 FOK KENT 7 rooms and bath, gas and furnace. 616 Church street. Inquire at house. FOK SALE Kelly & Stelnm'an brick factory building, Including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. A $25.00 sewing machine, all attach ments. Used short time. Fully van-anted. Now $10. Mclntyre A SIX Octave, Chicago Cottage or gan. Walnut case. High top and Mirror. Time conditions ?30. Mc lntyre. 7eol2. LOCAL MENTION. Candlemas Day will be observed next Thursday in the local Roman Catholic churches. The- Daughters of America met at the homo of Willis Bishop Wed nesday. Tea was served by Mrs. Bishop. Installation services of...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

THE OITIZKN, WEDNESDAY, FEBUUAHY J, 1011. TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS; Shoeing the Farm Horse. Regarding tlio length of tluio shoes should bo left on the liorso without refitting them, one must be guided largely by circumstances. From four to six weeks Is tho safest period, and eight weeks should bo tho extreme lim it. Leaving shoes on horses too long Is apt to result In dangerous hoof troubles or a permanent de formity of tho foot, as tho shoe prevents a normal growth of the hoof. Some horses require more fre fluont fitting of shoes than others on Recount of the rapidity of growth. Hoofs nro not so liable to rapid growth during winter as in summer. A young liorso that is still growing will require much closer attention in this respect Uian older horses and may have a hoof ruined a great deal sooner through eglcct or inefficient shoeing, Dry Quarters For Poultry. Keeping poultry dry is of more Im portance than keeping thorn warm. If they are dry they will bo comfortable. For this reaso...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

THE CITIZliX, WEDNESDAY, FEUHUAltV 1, 1011. For the Children A Charming Little Girl Is Mies Gloria Gould. 1910, by American Press Association. MISS GT.OltIA GOULD. Don't you think that a Uttlo girl of six Is rather young to be Interviewed by it newspaper reporter and to have her picture- snapped by the camera man? Well, this experience happened recently to little Miss Gloria Gould when she was an Interested spectator nt a society circus given at Georgian Court, the magnificent home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gould, nt LaUewood, N. J. Miss Gloria was not at all scared at having the camern pointed at her; but, like many grownup people, she object ed, just nt first, to bo photographed for publication. The picture shows what n charming little girl she Is in her play clothes. This little lady, who some day will have a splendid big coming out party Kke those of her older Bisters, was very much broken up the day this pic ture was taken over the sudden death f her pet dog. Buste...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1011. SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE HAWLEY NEWFOUNDLAND. Speclnl to THE CITIZEN. Newfoundland. Pa.. January 31. Uev. and Airs. A. E. Francke are visiting relatives and friends In Bethlehem. Lewis Walter, who has been work ing In Scranton, lias returned home. Wo arc sorry to learn that Mr. Charles Beehn Is not Improving very fast. Dr. Froy, Scranton, was called to consult with Dr. Simons In regard to Mr. Deehn's case. Alfred Walter has returned from New York. Despite the Inclement weather, the local institute held hero last Satur day was well attended. Reuben Sicg, who has boon ill with a severe attack of grip, Is able to be out again. STEENE. "Hot And Spots" In Sieenc Ico Harvest Over Maple Sugiir Iloll iug, Next Personals. Special to THE CITIZEN. Steene, Pa., January 28. Mer chant Dlmond says he sees now where he made a very grave mistake In ngreelug to take all of farmers Denny's and Wood's eggs and pay ing the highest market price, paying said farmers 40...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

AVEATKEit FORECAST: Unsettled. AVEATHER FORECAST: Unsettled. mHE CITIZEN is tho most JL widely read semi-weekly newspaper In Wnyno County. Lustier now tlinn at any time in its 08 years' history. , n OOl) MORNING, Dear X erst What, in your opl should u newspaper do-; tho Truth or Suimress it? phono the Kdltor ahoiitlt.. 68th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE 00., PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. Rei SUNDAY SCHOOL STANDARDS Tho Stundard Of Excellence For Tho Elementary Grades Of The Sunday School. Miss Carrie Clark. Mrs. Baldwin, our Stnte Elemen tary Superintendent, Is anxious to put the Standard of Excellence be fore every Sunday school In tho state. We have thought thnt perhaps the best way to reach tho schools of Wayne county would be through the columns of THE CITIZEN which has so kindly offered to aid us in our Sunday school work. This does not mean that all schools not meeting the Standard should seek at once to Introduce many new departments, but It does mean that each school should at t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

THE CITIZKK, FRIDAY, FKBRUARY 3, 1011. WANT N E The Investigating Commit tee Makes Its Report. PLANS TO STOP BRIBERY. Assembly Is Urged to Adopt an Amendment to New York Penal Code Would Also Put an End to Insurance Rebates. Albany, Felt. 1. Thu Icjjlslatlve In vestigating committee, of which Ed win A. Mcrritt, Jr., of the assembly is chairman, submitted its report to the legislature today. The resolution ere atiiiR the coiumltlee provided for a report uin Jan. 15. An extension un til Keb. 1 was .'ranted by resolution adopted In both branches Jan. 15. The report cover 2(53 typewritten pases and is divided into six parts. The first live deal with the evidence taken at the heariiiKS concerning cor rupt practices in connection with legislation nnd set forth the sullen facts established by the evidence. The conclusions reached by the com mittee with reference to the different' subjects of corruption Investigated are set forth In various subdivisions in the ! nature of tindiiiKs. The rep...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

TUE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY .1, 1011. 1 CLEWS FKi. Arnold Family Lawyer Tel!: of Mother's Quest. THEY BELIEVE SHE IS DEAD. Lorenzo D. Armstrong Makes a Stata ment of the Missing Girl Case and of the Efforts of Her Parents to Find Her. New York, Feb. 1. The mother of Dorothy Arnold is in Europe conduct ing with the assistance of family Irlends n search for the girl who van ished Doc. 12. Mrs. rnold has con tinued to believe that Dorothy went abroad, although other members of the family came eventually to the concln nlon that she was dead. It was Dorothy's mother who called with her oldest sou, John W. Arnold, a George S. Griscom, Jr., at Mr. Criscom's hotel in Florence, Italy, Jan. 18, a month after Mr. Griscom had abled that ho knew nothing alxmt Dorothy's whereabouts or motives for leaving home and renewed requoxtt lor information. Lorenzo D. Arm strong, who has superseded bis law fartner, John S. Keith, as the commti slcator between the family and i in- newspapers, said that whi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

Tllli CITIZHN, FlUDAY, I'KTJIil'AKY 3, 1011. THE CITIZEN Hcmi-AVcekly Pounded 1008; Weekly Founded 1814. FtTlLHIlKll EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY HY THE CITIZEN rOnLISHINO COMI-ANY. Knterecl as second-class matter, nt the post office, Honesdale. l'n. K. B. IIAUDENllKIiail. - - PRESIDENT .W W. WOOD. - MANAGER AND 8KCY J.M.SMELTZER EDITOR DIRECTORS: a. a. oonruNaER. M. B. ALLKN. K. B. HARDENBKRnit. QZHBY WILSON. W. W. WOOD. FRIDAY, 1'KlHtUARY !J, 1011. .1UDGK AIICHHAIjI) INSTAIjIjKI). Judgo Archhnld, Scranton, whose appointment as one of tlio Judges of tlio new Court of Commerce, was confirmed by tlio United States Sen ate, took tlio oath of ofllce on Wed nesday In the United States District Court Itooin at Scranton, all of which was done contrary to the wishes and without tlio consent of tlio North American, tlio orcan of elvic righteousness, if u great famine should overtake our land or the "heavens liecomo as brass and the earth as iron," it will bo jio doubt because wo did not bow t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

XIIG CITIZEN, F1UIA!, FEBRUARY ft, lOlli I - OE33SrT - WANTED. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral house work. Mrs. C. T. Bent ley, 1407 Main street, Honesdale. tf WANTED Two or three girls at Paper Box Factory. 8tf von sale. A SIX Octave, Chicago Cottage or gan. Walnut case. High top and mirror. Time conditions $30. Mc Jntyre. 7eol2. A $2,".00 sewing machine, all attach ments. Used short time. Fully warranted. Now $10. Mclntyre AIjWAYS offering bargains. $51 value, yours for $20. $30 Edison phonographs and GO records. Mc lntyre. 7eoi2 FOU SALE Kelly & Steinman brick factory building, including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. 50tf. HONESDALE AND ENVIRONS. If all goes well the rural mall car riers will receive $1,000 a year af ter July 1, Instead of $900. The proposition to increase the salary kas passed the House and will un doubtedly become a law. Judge A. T. Searle, of Wayne eounty, visited the departments to day. The Judge was formerly As sistant Unite...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

'IBB 0IT1ZKN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1011. Canadian Piinclpalily of French man Woriii Fortune. ANTIGOSTI BEING DEVELOPED. Wood Pulp to Be Exported to United j States, as Menier's Property Is Not ' Amenable to New Dominion Law. ; Half a Million to Be Expended on Improvements. Aiitlcostl, tlio Canadian Island prin cipality of Henri Mentor, tho French j chocolate mau, la shut out from the ; outside world for anotlier season, llio ' last boat .having arrived hi Quebec i from there, and nothing more will be beard from it till navigation In the lower St. Lawrence and gulf is opened ja tho spring. Great changes are go ing on In tho island, which is rapidly becoming Important Industrially. Henri Menler has tried many things to make the island self supporting. In cluded In these enterprises have been lobster and other fisheries and even tlio breeding of silver foxes, only to result in failure. New Markets Opened. Thoro is a great amount of sprue and fir timber on the island, but it is for the m...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

THE C1TIZKX, FRIDAY, FKIUtUAUY 3, lOli. lit LOST A Woman's Shrew;!.: -s di locks a Myiipy. "Oil, Marin, I'm ruined; Our wed ding will have to be postponed." "For heaven's sake, George, what's the matter?" "I've lost twenty 100 bills." "Where?" "Where? What nonsense! If I know where wouldn't I go and find thein? I've been robbed." "Itobbedl" "One of the customers of the house camo Into the olllco last evening when I was nlonc and Insisted on paying me 52,000. I told him that I would not receive It, as the safe was locked and I didn't know the combination. Then lie said he had to take a nighl train for New York nnd I must receive It. us ho wouldn't carry It with lilm. Fearing he would report mo to tho firm nnd they would blame me, I con sented and gave him a receipt. After ho had gone I put the bills In my In side pocket and started for home, t nan remember leaving the otllcc and walking a short distance. Then mv memory stops. At tho end of a blank T was lying on tho sidewalk with a c...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, Fill DAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1011. - - SEVEN DAYS IN WAYNE DREHER. Special to THE CITIZEN. Drehcr, Va., February 1. Dr. Par son, Mt. Pocono, la located at New foundland and for tho present ho Is stopping at the Newfoundland Hotel, until ho can secure a house suitable for his profession. C. A, Ueehn, a veternn of the Civil war, Is In falling health from some derangement of tho stomach. A specialist from Scranton was recently called in consultation but docs not give an encouraging report. Frank Hhlnehart, South Sterling, Is a severe sufferer with kidney trouble. C. I. Bnrtleson was brought homo from a Scranton hospital one day last weak where ho was subjected to an operation for an abscess on his stomach. He Is Improving in health. Rev. C. E. Vail, Clifton, conducted quarterly meeting services and ad ministration of the Lord's Supper at East Sterling church on January 21 and '22; also services at the Union church on Sunday evening. Jtev. Hellas Seriously Injured. Rev. R. B. Bell...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

"WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. WEATHER FORECAST: Snow. mHE CITIZEN is tlio most JL widely rend scinl-wcckly newspaper in Wnyno County. Lustier now than at any time in its 08 yours' history. 68th YEAR. Samuel Reed "That Mr. Reed will give you a little over a year," said Judge Alonzo T. Searle, after sentencing Samuel Reed, Monday morning to an indeterminate "term of not less than fourteen months nor more than twelve years In the Eastern Peni tentiary at separate and solitary con finement at labor; to pay the costs of prosecution and a line of $250," for the part he took in the "big fight" at Equlnunk, July 12, 1910, when Silas E. Lord, received a blow in the head, either from a pick or a hoe, which resulted In his death twelve days later, and for complicity in which Leona Lord was recently tried, convicted of manslaughter, and given a sentence of not less than three nor more than 12 years In the Eastern Penitentiary; to pay the costs of prosecution and a fine of 3G00. Sheriff M. Lee Braman...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

Tins CITIZEN', WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1011. PERSONNEL OF : Dozen Old Members Re elected or Certain to Be, While Thirteen Will Yield Their Seats. ' Dy JAMLS A. IU1GEUTON. 'E now know for the most part the personnel of the new senate. A few state legislatures are yet dead locked because of our archaic method of choosing senators, and the results in these may not be known for days or even weeks. In Georgia the legis lature will not gather till .Tune to name a mau to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Clay, now temporarily occupied by former Gov- ernor Terrell. The Hoke Smith faction Is in control, and It is not likely to elect 5'orrell. A progressive Democrat will presumably win. There is even talk of liie redoubtable Hoke himself. I There are an oven twelve members ' of the present senate who have been or almost certainly will be re-elected to the new one Clapp of Minnesota, Clark of Wyoming, Culberson of Tex as. On Pont of Delaware, La Follette l Df Wisconsin. Lodge of M...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

THK OlTIZEJf, WEDNESDAY, FI2H11UAKY , 1011. TAY HE A HELP YOUR TOW It Is the Duty of All to Go What We Can, CITY NO PLAGE TO Overcrowded, Unhealthful Metropoli tan Centers Have Little Room For Country Youth Your Own Town Has Larger Prospects. By JAMES SCHREIBER, Jr. As one who lone In populous city pent, Where houses thick and sewers annoy the air. From "Paradise Lost." ,K was ever thus and will no doubt CTer be so the city, whoro houses thick and sewers annoy the air; where the sun's rising nnd setting are Been by fw unless by chance; where the moon is forgotten, being undlstln gulshed from the dull glare of the eloctrlc lamps swinging above the Wi street; where people are confined in tenements and small roomed apart ments; where souls sro huddled to gether. all striving to beat their neigh bors to a phantom goal riches; where guileless wanderers como from afar and become lost in the mire of failure Or say success Is attained tlmt Is. a moderate success, for one In n hundred reache...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

Till-. OITI'EN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1011. THE CITIZEN Scml-Wcekly Founded 1008 i Weekly Founded 1811. rOBMRIIKT) KVKRT WEDNESDAY AND FP.IDAY BY TIIK CITI7.ES rUBLISIUNO COMPANY. Kutered as second-class matter, nt the post nfllcc. Honesdale. l'a. K. B.HAKDENUKliaH. - - PRESIDENT WW. WOOD. - MANAGER AND SKC'Y J.M.SMEI.TZER EDITOR DirtECTORS: c. n. Donn.iNQKit. ' m. n. allkk. UXNBY WILSON. E. B. IIAKDENIUSROII. w. w. woon. WEDNESDAY, FEItltL'AKY 8, 1011. " I DON'T CADE!" "1 don't care! I'd Just as lief die!" How frequently wo hear this oppression, coming from people who aro sick of this world's struggle. And yet it is the universal rule Among men that no ono is willing to go until Ids timo comes. After all there is tho eternal hope that things may get hotter. "Tho great leap in tho dark" has its terrors oven for the bravest hearts. Sui cide, at host, is but n coward's trick, to which strong 'men and women never resort. And then, too, what prollt can there possibly bo in Jumping from...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 8 February 1911

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, FNIiltUAKY 8, lOlt. - A OEJ2srT - WANTED. WANTED Competent girl for gen eral Iioubo work. Mrs. C. T. Bent ley, 1407 Main street, Honesdalo. tf WANTED Two or three girls at Paper Box Factory. 8tf EOIt SAIiE. A SIX Octave, Chicago Cottage or gan. Walnut case. High top and mirror. Time conditions $30. Mc Intyre. 7eol2. A 925.00 sewing machine, all attach ments. Used short time. Fully warranted. Now $10. Jlclntyro FOH SALE Kelly & Stelnman brick factory building, including en gine, boiler and shafting. Inquire of J. B. Robinson. BOtf. HEI,1 WANTED. WANTED A boy to work in print ing omce. Inquire at CITIZEN office. HONESDALE AND ENVIRONS. The Town Council will organize the first Monday in March. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lesch, Cottage street, a daughter. J. A. Loomis spent Sunday at De posit, N. Y. i Earl Sherwood, Esq., spent the ! week-end at Waymart. i County Detective N. B. Spencer I spent Friday and Saturday in Da- j nascus township. j An Important meet...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
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