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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1904

I NIKEI SPIES TO TIE FRONT ITS BETWEEN HIM AMD HEARST AMUN'Y,X. V . April 9,-Judge Park tt'a friends: here are confident that: llie presidential nomination ii now within his reach. They rrjMrd the fight for the sluli' convention which lias been won no decisive ly;; by his friends *» having tiet tied the entire matter. 'hi Parker men Will have over" two-thirds of the delegate* in the «tal«;e<nivcntit>n. . They will ii-(iin for the judge,* and the 30 delegate* from New -York will ([<■ to St. Louis )\yi I unit in hiM favor. ■-'.*.. {<.'{«.''.' Wnril it;. fomett here from alt parts of ■ the country swiiim Ii indicate that many Democrat* were trait ing ; for Xew YorV ! ,to take action. f*inoi' tla: dedaratinn lias been made in favor «f Parker the outxidein | are falling int« line. * , Tin. is' particular)] true in a nnnihor of the Southern »t«te». Sentiment there ■ w«« for months divided amonf all the candidates. " When N< «■ Vurl was found to bo enlid for Parker there wn»...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 97 RUSSIANS SHELL CHINESE PILOT BOATS, MISTAKING THEM FOR JAP BATTLESHIPS KEWCHWANO, April 11.—A misunder standing of customs flashlight signals caused great excitement here last mid- night. The officers in command of the fmis thought the Japanese were making an attack and opened fire on a fleet of pilot boats outward bound. Two Chinese seamen were struck by the sheila and killed. A number of shots were fired before the artillerymen discovered their mistake. Tlie incident shows the mental strain lindci which the Russians are laboring. IMPOSING CEREMONY ROME, April 11.—Pope Pius celebrated hi- first mass at St. Peter's today amid a vast concourse of people. The scene was brilliant and inspiring. The immense baailca was crowded by 40.000 persons, Including representatives of all nations of the world. Hours before the pope arrived the spec tators arrived in stream and struggled for positions of advantage. Troops lined the plaza and kept back the surging crowds. One...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 April 1904

• THE TACOMA TIMES S" Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the post office at Taeoma, Wash., an Mcoiid-ctMi matter. USES THE SCniITS M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. > ■"' : r -,;.....^-?—,—— .-,....,,■.■■.,-.■ ■ ,-- rTT -——— . . OFFICE, J63 COMMERCE STREET „, Tt.l.il'lltiM. MAIN 733 ' » ■ "■ ■ '" ■ — ■— '—..'■ —'.—— :. . ——— One Cent • Copy, Six Cbnta ».'- tiiZ&jSSSteL. '''' ' ''"'" • Month, •■1 « year, ; Week, by.Carrier or by Mai). -5^T I,.i' ' by Carrier or by Mail. A FIEND IIS HUMAN FORM Tfll— i» Itio time of if. when, the formaldehyde fiend begin* to got in hi« deadly Work on infant* by embalming the milk which he h.i for Kate. '. He u«oi« a "preservative" to keep the milk from Minring. thcu-by making his !•>--.- Urn. . , I Little does he care (li.it .111 iii-n|."ii- poiion ie ►pread throughout the <■<>iitlllllr■ 11 v. (liking off tender lit lie (hildicn and causing grave diHCiiKe* umung (bone of more jn ilnrr Mr*. The Fiend wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 April 1904

CITY AND COUNTY ASSESSMENTS SHOW AN INCREASE THIS YEAR • One of the busy in- in Tacoma just bow i- the county assessor's ot'.i.c. The' present force numbers .Mi men. Forty-oat are employed in making assessment) in the country and 18 in the city. Thel regular office Force consists "i three men. All the extra men, except those working in the office and who will continue until the first of August, will be laid oil a- soon as their reports are in. Many of the coun try deputies' reports are in now and the city deputies are expected to have their reports in by the first of next month. • l.^i ini.ii'iil on tlic figum now in. iiio total assessment this year will approxl- mate |£2,625,8G2. I.a*t year it was (88, --591.764 ■ By reason of ■ law passed by the last legislature the county will low several hun dred dollar* this year in the bank assess ment. This law permits the banker* to deduct from their total assessment their own valuation of the realty hold In them, instead of the Blessed valu...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 11 April 1904

• TACOMA IS THE CHIEF CITY IN PUGET SOUND CUSTOMS DISTRICT PORT TOWN'SRKD April ll.—Whili the imports for the district of Puget Bouml fell off $111,204 mid the exports decrease* JGW.IM during the month of March, ai compared ,with February, Taeoma held hei own better than any oilier city in the dm trict. according to the rejiort of illectoi of. Custom*: Clarence ,\V, Ide. -\ ■■:It"'i* thought that the falling off U due to the withdrawal of ma'iy vessel? from the Oriental trade to be need t)> Japan; and Husfia. .ml 'that'an -non n> other '!, vcwlk are secured for these run* the trade ■ill pick up wgain.- v •.•.,'. HARD LUCK HITS TIGERS PACIFIC COAST IK Mil i: STANDING. ■'■ ■ Woo, I."-:. Pet. I** Angel :'..."...-. 13 4 .750 Oakland I-' 4 .750 Taconia ...... .1."..'...... 9 0 .(Km itUe .....:... V....... « 9 .400 San Francisco ..'... 0 10 .375 P0rt1and".............;... -' 1! .V.'s FRESNO," April 11.—Taeoma played In ..■ hard luck yesterday. Although the Tiger* - made more hit- th...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 98 JAP SQUADRON APPEARS OFF PT. ARTHUR BUT DOES NOT ATTACK ET. PPTERSm lid. April 12.-An offi cial dispatch from Port Arthur this nmrn ing reports thai the Japanese squadron ap peaied on the horizon off Port Arthur thia morning, but did not approach the for tificationa, proceeding apparently in the di rection of Xewchwnng. LONDON, April 12.—A Seoul dispatch received this afternoon states that Jap anese officer! at the Korean capital report frequent skirmishes not far from Wiju on Korean soil. The main body of the Jap- ancs,. army is not far from the shores of the Yalu. LOMJON. April 12—Today's dispatches from the Far Eaat indicate that the Rus- eimix .ire falling back from the Yalu before the advancing Japanese. It begins to look as though the Russians had no desire to contest for Korea with their antago nists. • ST. PETERSBURG, April 18.—An offi- FARMER'S GREAT SPRINT FOR LIFE GRANGEVILLE, Idaho, April 12.— John Eokert, who lives near here, had a narrow MC&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1904

■'•' « -.'."" THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. _;■ Entered at the po*toffice at Tacoma, Wash., it* second-clami matter. .•;'".■* USES THE SCRIPPSM'RAE TELEGRAPHICNEWS SERVICE. ~ OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET .................TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a «/#s«~23£*i 25 Cnt» a Month, |3 * year, -,Week, by' Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. THE "KNOCKER" AND THE "JOLLIER" The much-contemned "knocker M has hi* uses. He in not the unmitigated nuisance ITut most people suppose. ■ To be sure, he is an almost insufferable bore, with hi* narrow views,'hi* surly self- Conceit and In- clammy selfishness. But nevertheless he serves .1 purpose. We couldn't appreciate health bat for disease; nd we couldn't realize and rightly r«-t im.it c ltd enjoy the lilo-Mngs of human kindness and sympathy mm) helpfulnesS but for the contract with the little spite* and men:-. of the "knocker." The grievance of the '"knocker" « that nil men arc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1904

COLORADO SHERIFF ORDERED TO ARREST GEN. BELL AND CAPT. WELLS OURAY, Col.. April U. A writ oi ai tachmeiu for the arreal of General l.ell. in command of the stute troops in s.iu Miguel OMinty, and another lor Captain Wells. foi contempt of court in no) producing the body of President Mover ol ilic We»l em Federation ol Miners in Judge St,•veils' court there yesterday, were leaned thla morning. Sheriff Corbet! is imdecided when be wiD go io Teluride to attempt to ge( service on Bel] and Wells. ALL WHITE AS THE SNOW WASHINGTON, D. C, April 12.-The l much discussed report of the MK'all com mittee, which investigated the charge* against members of congress, the report' of which way recently given to the house through the committee on poitofflces, win submitted directly to the house today by Chairman .Mi I all of (he investigating com mittee. After discussing several cases in detail, the report in conclusion issues a clean hill of health to members generally. laying that nothing appeared ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 12 April 1904

• "GIVE THE POOR MAN A CHANCE^ TO LIVE,' SAYS BOOTH TUCKER VCominander Booth-Tin kpr of the Salva tion Army, when Men by ni Time* man at .the Tacoma hotel la- evening, Mated that the (»ole object of hi» trip was to en ate and ; irv»tfl!i/e into • a<.lion v-• ixitmnt ■ in favor of. the colonisation •' ill now pending before' congr***; The bill »a# In Senator Hoar am: is novr inthe band* of the«ecret»ry of the interior, to •how it ha* been referred, Commander Boolh- Tucker thoroughly imprest*** one with bit •inioerity, of purpose lin his great work to .vplift"; mini!- i' 1 ■ During the course of the con versa t "on he *a id: "Our politician* make a great mistake ■when they think that became n limn has no capital there mu«t be something wrong ■with him. The very liom people we have "are the pool family men. They are the I backbone of urn civic organisation,, Under the present ny«l<*in everything Operate* to make it difficult lor this man to live. If should be otherwise. li »hould...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 99 BATTLESHIP BLOWN UP-- ADMIRAL MAKAROFF AND 700 MEN ANNIHILATED Petropavlovsk Strikes a Submarine Mine and is Instantly Destroyed Czar's Nephew, the Grand Duke Cyril, Together With Captain Yakobleff and a Few Other Officers and Sailors Escape-Consternation in St. Petersburg Fol lows Receipt of the News ADMTRAL MAKAROFF. ST. PETERSBURG, April 13, sp. m.—The latest official dispatches state that a naval battle is in progress off Port Arthur. BT. PETERSBURG, April 13.— The gen- ernl statl has confirmed most of the details of the blowing up ol the battleship Petro pavlovsk by a mine. Twenty-live sailor* escaped from the ill fated vessel, in addition to the officers men tioned. The escape of the Grand Duke Cyris is described as miraculous. Though seriously wounded, he swam ashore. The fijt.t reports thai other ships were injured are not confirmed. The czar has dispatched a courier to Madame Mnkaroff to convey his condo lences. BT. PETERSBURG, April 13.—Admiral Gvig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. • - Entered at the posloffSce at Taeoma, Wa*h., is second matter. "': "";■-- ' USES THE BCRIPPS M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET. ....TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six I Santa a „t3R&Stoiu nU • *lontB i W a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. :f*S§gjgs& a by Carrier or by Mail. t * ' ' '■" ——-i r—, , i ',',,■- ■:;.'.: , , ■ ~ "=.' A WAR DEIST Even out of the foul and fetid waters of bloody war grown the white lily of com panion : Over at Chemulpo, where the Russian squadron, after a gallant fight, was de tlroyed by the Japanese fleet, the hitter have established a branch of the Red Cross society, for the benefit of the wounded Russian, The Japanese officers have given personar attention to the care of the wounded, and have spared no pains in relieving suffering. The «tern autocracy of Russia has been touched by the humane treatment of its men and sent word through the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1904

HOT FIGHT OF LAWYERS IN THE HILL-HARRIMAN N. P. CONTEST ST. PAUL, April I.V-The Hillllarrl manniiMi Northern Pacific contest is now !n the hands of the circuit court pud;?"- tot decision. Arguments' ended thi. morning, faunae] for Hill accused Harrimu of seeking t<> delay a decision on the merger mi that people would hp seated into dis posing of thin stock at a low figure to Harriman. The counsel insi-led thai (»ir rights of the SSjOQO stockholder* shotild lie preserved from the Harriuaa crowd, al-o that the false face of the Union l*a cifie should be taken off. MORMONS SKIP OUT TO AVOID TESTIFYING II SMOOT CASE WASHINGTON, D. C, April 13.-«* or the twelve Mormon witnesses for whom summonses have been Issued by the senate committee on privileges and elections to appear and testify in the Smoot cats have disappeared. All efforts to ttnd them WORKMAN KILLED IT ELECTRON While engaged in moving a boiler at the Far West Lumber company's (amp near Electron, on the Tacoma Eastern, ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 13 April 1904

< SOCIAL REFORM SOCIETY WILL GET INTO THE FALL CAMPAIGN The Scandinavian Social Kefonn' society mot at the"Norwegian Lutheran church, corner of South .1 and Fourteenth streets, last night, f.Hie;reports; of the variou* commit were read and accepted. One of the report* Mad »■«» that of the rau nicipal campaign committoc. Following the acceptance of thii report, one of 'In- mem- Wri«, of' the society, *poke briefly regard ing the remits of the campaign just closed. He * w«id: that;" in , view of the fact that the society.; had received no support out side of it»! own" ■ memnenthip and .i few Irieinl- who ; «npi«»rted the independent candidate in the Third ward, the society tad: every laaann to' ftt\ encourage»l,'for the return*l showed j that 500 vote* had Wen polled by itujneinlieni. Allowing clx peifonn to every vote, thin represent* 3,000 TIGERS DEFEAT THE CHAMPIONS PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Pet. Lok Angele* 12 3 .TOH Oakland ......;......... 12 9 .700 Tueoma i.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 100 MORE GRAVE DISASTERS TO CZAR'S FLEET PARIS, April 14—(Bulletin.')—A dis patch to the Journal from St. Petersburg •tates tliat a rumor in current in tbe Russian capital that another Kus^ian war ehip has been totally destroyed. Le Petit Parisian has a like dispatch. ST. PETERSBURG, April H.— An offi cial dispatch states that the Russian bat tleship Pobieda was also struck bj a Jap anese torpedo while engaged with the fleet under command of Admiral Togo, and had ft large hole torn in her side. The Japanese boats also surrounded and sunk the Russian torpedo boat Vefltraahni, Fifty members of the crew of the latter boat were saved. LOXDOX, April 14.—The Central News' correspondent at Rome states that a tele gram has been received from Newchwang DYNAMITE IN 11 ST. PETERSBURG HOTEL KILLS ft GENERAL'S SON LONDON, April 14.—A Central News flitspatch from St. Petersburg states thai a, dynuiuite outrage at the Hotel Moid today wrecked a room in which the son of General...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 April 1904

t THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Time* Pub. Co. Entered at the po»toffice at Tacoma,Wa«h., a* necond-claM nutter. -■' ; ~ "USES TUB ECRIFPSJI'RAE TELEGRAPHIC news SERVICE. " OFFICE, 768~COMMERCE 8TREKT........................TELEPH0NE main 733. One Cent a Copy,. Six Cent* » j _4Sj2fSss>v ■i'2s C*nU •.Month, $3 a year, Wwk; by Carrier or by Mail. C^^^^^ £> by Carrier or by Mail. A MAGIC CURE-ALL 'A doctor at Rutl>, Mont., Indorse* tin assertion made by many miners* thereabout* • hat a peculiar ore found in zinc blende and emitting ■ violet light po««es»es remark able curative qualities when carried by them in theii pocket*. The new mineral, for -'Vap't of i better name, is called "radiumite." The Butti doctor has made an astonishing report to the IJulte Medical society, con firming the stories of the miner* in cases of rheumatism, stomach ailments, nervous And kindred disorders. li is not meet that the common mind should question the results of ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 April 1904

MURDERER MARX TRIES TO HP ROESKI FROM THE SCAFFOLD CHICAGO, April 14.—Emil Marx, one fied that he himselt and not Roeaki killed of the convicted car barn murderers, took Otto Binder in a saloon hold-up. He the witness stand today in the trial of called ii an accident, the plan bring to T!oe,ki. an alleged accomplice. He testl-) kill Rptski, who tv not liked. RECEIVER IS ASKED FOR BUFFALO BILL'S BIG WILD WEST SHOW TRENTON, April 14. Frank Maeder, a *1. lx>uis stockholder*of the Buffalo Bill Wild We-I company, tiled a bill in chan cery today, asking for a receiver and that Buffalo Hill and other officers of the com panj be brought into court to give testl HIGH SCHOOL SUE Tacoma, Wash., April 14. 1004. Editor Tacoma Times-Sir: Assuming that your paper takes an independent po sition in regard to the manner in which our school management proposes to pro vide for a new high school, I shall be ■leased to have you allow space for the following: At (he la-t election for the purpose of app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 14 April 1904

' ff RUSSIAN WOMEN WANT TO , FORM AN AMAZON CORPS •it 1 - JIOSCOW, April 11.—The St. IVter.« burg Gazette publi«>he<l a day or two uo « report, •£;• 5531* la lica had approach ♦d the rniuihtcr of W4r with a reiiur<-t for V-eflnluton to form a "e«>nn of 2fHl ,mn- MM," to go to the front, adding that cuflicient funds had already been rallied. Mile. Marie Sapernikftfl', one of the would-be imitoiM, who live near the I'okrovka in this city, ii blonde, petite, and charming in manner. She took the project very seriously. "Do you not think." »he was asked, "that women are much too fragile to stand the rigors of ■ campaign)" "In «otno cane*, yet," she replied, "but row forgrt that Japeneae men are generally both smaller anil weaker than Runtan Women, and it is the Japanese, not ordin ary men, we have to fight this time. Many nusdian women i.mtflit in the war agatnit Kapnleon. The average Russian peasant' "THE SILVER SUPPER." Patterned on the iwnie Itnet m "Floro ■ot*, ■"lite Sil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 101 PALACE OF KOREAN [WEIR IN SEOUL BURNED TO THE GROUND LONDON', April 15.—The Paris corre spondent of the Exchange Telegraph wires that news has been received that the Im perial palace at Seoul, Korea, has been destroyed by tire and the emperor has fled. LONDON .April 15.—The Kobe, Japan, correspondent of the St. James Gazette ■ends a similar report. ST. PETERSBURG, April 16.-A denial has been issued to the Japanese statement' that the Japanese fleet was responsible for the -.inking of the battleship Petropav lovsk. An officer of the general staff, iv an interview today, stated that the nuxslan dispatcher tailed to show that there was any naval engagement fought, unless the ONE KILLED AND TEN INJURED BY FIRE DEPARTMENT HORSE SEATTLE, April 15, -Anna Omley, a young girl, was Fatally hurt ami ten grown persons badly injured in a series ol acci dents attending the run of the fire depart ment last nighl to a tiro at Second avenue and Cherry street, Hose wagon No. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 April 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES "Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. V Entered at the portoffioe it Tacoma, ffuli., as second-claM matter. ■....■.- USES THB SCB PS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a nfi'nifl&E* ~23 Cents a Month, (3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. °^ggggS^ > by Carrier or by Mai!. UNIFORM DIVORCE LAWS Secretary Dike, of the National League for the Protection at the Family, baa slip plied ,i no« summary of the reasons for uniformity of divorce law* throughout all the state*, and uniformity is to be gained, he contends, by concerted action of the several Hale*, not by national legislation. Congress cannot pa-- ■ divorre law until the federal constitution ban been amend ed, ml amendment of the federal constitution is next to the Impossible. Nearly 15 yi--.il>. Ago a committee of the American Bar Association declared that ■ constitutional amendment m out of the question. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 15 April 1904

TIGERS NEAR FIRST PLACE rAHFIC COAST LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost. Pit. Oakland 13 3 .722 Tacoma 12: 6 .697 I>o s Angeles .... 12 7 .631 San FrancilCO 8 11 .421 Seattle '. 7 "Ml .412 Portland 3 16 .138 LOS ANGELES, April 1.-.. The Tigers took second place awiu from 1..0* Angeles today by winning the third (straight game of the series. The game stood 4 to '1 in favor of the Angels at the beginning of the eighth inning, hut in that inning the Tigers negotiated three hits ami a home run. scoring three time* and making the game a tie. li remained that way until the flrs< half of the eleventh, when 'the Taooma boy» lit on the ball for a total of six inns and then linished Up the job by shutting out the locals in the last half of the inning, .Bill Thomas pitched for the Tigers and the champions could not solve him at all when they needed the hits most. Tacoma got live of her fifteen hits in the eleventh inning, which, with two errors on The part of the champions, brought in the six run...

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