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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 16 May 1904

4 RETIREMENT OF TIE METHODIST BISHOPS IS SEVERELY CRITICISED LOB AXGELKS, M.. 16— Yesterday, •« on Sunday a week apo. the bij>hop» and other* in attendance at the (tWwral conference of th» Methodist .hui'li occu pied the pulpits around and in the "City M Aunt!-, All day 'yesterday the great l»ody of delegate* rested and talked over the event* of the noon. The mutter of retiring the binhojw '„* causing a (irfnt deal of comment xmongt th« di 1" ii<-». and i« severely rritiwed by »me of the lay deli-eaten.. The fjenernl opinion however. is th«t whim the reso lution i* presented it will show ;i .•, ided majority iv favor of the report recom mending that .lii-lii.i - ■Vincent, Mallalieu, ■\Yaldron, \i,.]i.«- mid F»v« be 1 Imt on the cupcrannunted li.»t. When the report on this resolution i-< PORTLAND WON IN SLOW GAME TA' II X ( O.\!«T 1.1. \i;i R STAXDIXO Won. 1...-t. Pet. Tacoma ': 27 18---.600 Oakland 27 19 .587 Seattle 24 18 .571 U» Angeles 27 21 .503 San Francisco 19 27 ' ,4...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 128 EVACUATION OF NEWCIMG BY RUSSIANS COMPLETED —JAPS MAY ENTER TOMORROW N i:\YCTHYA MI. May 17.—The evira tion of this place by the RuMinni ".i« Bade in perfect order, General Kondrats- vitili. the officer in command, leaving with tlir last regiment. Th<> JapancM advance will Vie remnted at Haicheng and l.iavang. where 70,000 mm .ue encamped, Thiolfn, 300 mile* ninth of Ncwehwang. will be the next point of retirement ii the Russian* are defeated at Liayanf, while < osaaclu will barrast the Japanese line of communication. The, Japanese are new within 16 miles of Haicheng, Newchwang is now guarded by -^H) Chi" ■etc police and everything is quiet. The Japanese force at Kaichau is report ed to be 30,000 men. NEWCHWANG, May 17.—Japanese warships and transports appeared oft' Kai chiiu. 30 miles southeast of here, today and shelled the place while troops were AMUSEMENT QUESTION NOT SETTLED LOS ANGELES, May 17.—N0 announce went of the retireme...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. '■-' Entered at the postoffice lit Tacoma, Wash., it second-clans matter. USES THE SCRIPrS-MRAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET .-; TELEPHONE MAIN 733. On* Cent • Copy, Bit Cent. > „r^ffffl>i 25 Cents a Month, $3 a year. Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '"*!!ggf* J' by Carrier or by Mail. PUSH THE RAILROAD CAMPAIGN The time i- opportune for the taking of the second step in the campaign for MOM RAILROADS for Taw, Tin- subject has been thoroughly dia«u*»ed by the people dating the last ten day». and a great many have acted upon the wggettion made in The Times that individual letter* be written to the president** of the various trancontineutal lines asking them to ing their railroads to this city. The Tumi BOW suggest* tlie (tending "I two communication*, « Ilirll may I-. termed "collective letter*," one to K. 11. Tlmrinmn and the other to James J. Mill. each letter to be signed by at leas...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1904

HEARST'S STRENGTH INCREASES SANTA CRUZ, Cal., May 171. -Dilatory tactic* wer« employed by both factions Wring the morning and at noon it was generally believed that the tight would practically be settled by the committee on platform and resolutions. However, tin* Hearst organization claims that it has suf ficient strength to instruct and' «ays it will do so. ' "r -: Lane, MeXab and the anti-initractioa people say there will he no instruction ,md that they will force Tarpey to compro lmse. I lie lmsis of which wi|] probablj be an uninstiuc ted delegation, but the adop tion ol resolutions commending Hear*) i"i his position on public issue- arid commend ing linn to the connideration of the Cali fornia delegation. At noon the platform committee ad iourned until 1 o'clock, without having considered the report of the nib-commit tee, which last night voted in favor of tjie anti-instruction resolution and turned lown the Hearst ii-solutioii. This ftght will probably consume (lie greater por...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 17 May 1904

♦ . THE STATE LAW AND GAMBLING ■ '"•■' .: Since Taeoma has become a wide open I town «nd gambling .houses have bees per taitted to op«n contrary to law, many pro pie'; have expreoaed a <iesire to know what the;state law sayx in regard to gambling. For,' the information of the ■ public The Tunes herewith give* the full text of the gambling law an jiasmtl by the I'Bi-IhUiic in;l*T3. The law «;<~ approved by the governor March 7. 19*13, and i« ax fol lows: "An Act to prohibit the maintaining of gambling resorts, declaring the name a felony, and prescribing a penalty there for. "Be it enacted by the Lcginlatwe of the 1 State of Washington: "Section 1. Any person who shall con duct, carry on, open, or cause to be opened, either a" owner, proprietor, employe, or an*i«tant, or in any manner whatever, whether for hire or not an) game of faro, monte," rouletta rouge ct nun. lun^iuinitti rondo, twenty-one, poker, dra» poker, brag, bluff, thaw, tan, or any banking or other game played wi...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 129 JAPS KEEP RIGHT ON STRIKING THE RUSSIANS IN THEIR FACES ■ Japanese artists are using many illustrations of the war. This is a little Jap urtist'a idea of the latest battle at Port •Avi lmr. WASHINGTON, I). <'.. May 18. The Japanese legation has given out the [ol lon ing Tokio dispatch: "The commander of the landing forces of the Japanese armj on Liao Tung penin sula reports thai there have been daily skirmishes with the enemy, in which the Japanete detacbmi nts successfully drove the Russians back and destroyed their tel egraph h ires and the railway. "Al Tuliantien and riciuily, on the Kith. after severe fighting, the Japanese occu pied the height! about three and c half miles from Kinohow. Tin* Japanese casu alties numbered 14U. including nine officers wounded." TOKIO. May IS. An official dispatch received today reports that up to Tuesduj the railway to Poii Arthur had been cut in five places. The Japanese casualties BAZAAR WILL OPEN TO...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1904

THE TACQMA TIMES 3 _ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at the portotfloe at Tacoma, Waafc., m tecond clvi matter. USES THE BCRIPPSM'RAE TELEGUAPHIO SEWS SERVICE."" OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STUEET ...TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents • rrrf* ->-"_•■■, 38 Cents a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. '''y A 'ji'r,. ' by Carrier or by Mail. FAfE MOVE ME IST GATHERING STRENGTH The MnaNßl in Taeenaa fur MORE RAILROADS ii growing. Like a nmuvhal) rolling down n mmmt.im si.lo, gathering rofonu al every bound, «ml faal tal-n!).* iin the dimenaioni ol an .u.ilaiu lie, go foi MORK 1! \il.UOAl>> it - on, orushing down .ill , ><un< I liinc Hi K OIIIK to Ik' done. -The three "collective letter*" prepnred by The Times and fully described in yes terday'• edition*, have irtartcd out mo«t successfully seeking for thp siKiiatures of T«com«*(! shipper*, business and professional men and citizens generally, The list i- beaded by the nre...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1904

POOL ROOM GAMBLERS ARE HARD HIT BY WESTERN UNION NEW Y<>UK. M.v 18.—A sweeping or der was issued today by the W I nion Telegraph company, reading at fol 1< v. -: "It has been decided to discontinue forthwith the collection and distribution 1)J this company of hone race reports." BURNETT FACES CHARGE IN COURT John Burnett, who. with Adam Wiley. •Pcaptain of police, has been conducting an employment agency under the name of the Western Employment company, and ■who was arrested late yesterday afternoon on complaint of Charles Schnabel, ■ cook, is being tried before fudge Griffin this aft ernoon on the charge of running an em ployment business without a license, The trouble leading up to the arrest oi Burnett started several days ago, when Schnabel demanded the return of 11.50 from the employment company, which he KILLED While sitting on a 'freight ear on a switch at the smelter at I o'clock tins afternoon, Ferdinand Anderson fell from the car and was crushed to death under the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 18 May 1904

4 TIGER STOCK GOES DOWN The .liberality of .Timmy M rain brought about a feeling of general ■!>■ pression 111 l"i l.ii.ilniii yesterday. Ele\en paSKe* and seven hit- were handed over to the. Sia-Aash aggrrsation by the erratic .lame, an.l with tin- collection the visitors negotiated for m yen runs, while the Tigers could set but live. Therefore was there ttitrh lamentation a* the fans wended their way ' from" the ball park. St. \ i.un held llir "I'l'n- linn well 1111 der control until the *eventb ohapter. Up to tli.it lii! ■ ■ «a» 4 to I hi favor ..ml thp tally boj I rrad.i figured „ut Taroma'i itanding But "11, < m il.l. pmii ,iti v i be t\\.< o( the red bwi to bite the du^t »i the ':• • 1 late, and followed witli 1 ontplimentai iei to I on, two of «-hiili w^i. . inverted iato rum before i« retired. Still the Tiger* were in the lead, but St. 'rain repeated hi« dimutroua performance in the eighth. Then it was that FUher culled .Tames to the bench and «ent Thor n- to the tir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 130 CZAR'S BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED WITH GUN THUNDER AID FLAGS Japanese IS aval Disasters Give St. Petersburg Public Some thing to Rejoice About JT. PETERSBURG, May 19. Despite the absence of the czar today, who i* on his rounds bidding farewell to various regiments, tinl celebration of hi» majesty* birthday proceeded with the usual brill iancy. A salute of 121 guns was Bred at the Neva fort, .mil streets and shipping were decorated. The Japanese sen disasters afforded some additional reasons for rejoicing, which were taken advantage of, in view of the long depression in the public spirits. .- ...'■■'. TOKIO, May 19.— report which has been received here from Admiral Devva says the cruisers Kasaga and Yoahino col lided during a fog off I'ort Arthur May 15. The Yoshino sank Instantly, only 90 ■ember* of her crew being saved. On the same day the battleship HatSttte •truck a Russian mine and sank. A supplemental report from Admiral Togo says: "At 14 m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES „, ■■ |. || || „, ■'„,' ■_ ■■ jM „ l . „ „ ,; ...... ff| , , |W , „...,,.„■..,„ „ „ „. ,i.r-- I I Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. .. Entered at the posloffice nt Tacoma, Wash . ft. second-elana matter. USES TUB SCRirrS iI'RAE TELEGRAPHIC skkvicb. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHOXE~MAIN 733. One Cent ■ Copy, Six Cents » gtPJßufctt " (-*nU a Month, $3 a year, .Week," by Carrier or by Mail. <t^si^..< * by Carrier or by Mail. THE POLICY OF THE TACOMA TIMES The Seattle' Tinier', in its is*ue of yesterday, Mule* that Taeoma <iti/cns make public pretew* of virtue, but secretly encourage gambling and other vices. It continues further by saying that "the only paper in Tacoma which dares to apeak of the notorious dealing* with the element that aeti decency .it defiance" i| • "threatened with loss of tabacribi dinrc it took up the anti-naiiiiiling cra«ade." At tin Seattle Time* plainly refers to The Tnroiiii Timeo, it may he well for thin p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1904

REV. J ADDISQN HENRY IS CHOSEN MODERATOR OF PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY UUFFALO, X. V . May 19. (Bulletin) liev. .1. A.1.1i50,, llcniy of Philadelphia was un.iniinously chosen moderator of the Preebyterian gpnci.ti aaentbl) this after noon. BUFFALO, N. V., May 19.-The La fayette Avenue Presbyterian church, spa cious though it is, was scarcely able to accommodate the crowds who sought ad mittance this morning at the opening of the 116 th annual session of the Presby terian general assembly. The gathering was called to order at 11 o'clock by tin/ 1 retiring moderator, the Rev. Robert P. Coyle, D. D., of Denver. Two hours prior to the formal opening the chapel was thrown open to receive the credential! of the commissioners, numbering nearly 700, and an equal number of alternates, and from that hour until the assembly, con vened the Rev. Dr. William H. Roberts, th« stated clerk, was kept busy dis tributing badges and assigning the dele gate* to their places. The galleries of the edilica were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 19 May 1904

4 THE SEATTLE TIMES ATTACKS MAYOR WRIGHT OF TAGOMA The !^*»(tl<> Time*, Demi" r,ni< n< per, in it» is-«\ie ot jrmterd tfayor Wright oa : eeven<olumii heartit)ff^-"l4d,is off! (!»m --bling is wide open in tli<" ntj ■ Dcs-tiny! Here U, the storj* of Taroma's ►harac! Vice rampant iii die city of Tacoma! .Wide open policy rulen, while detent ele ment hide their eye* I City a hotbed of 'corruption an.l crime* have ■ tilted price! Hypocritical citizen* won't listen 1., chock ing state of affairs." > After enumerating the open gambling place* in Taroma ami declaring dial tile gamblers now think they own the city the Seattle lime- gives the following inter view with* Mayor Wright: '"The city is hard up," he Mud to a Times representative. "The last admin- Sbtratinn hud a couple of windfall! which we cannot expect this year. For instance, ■ large aum m realized from the vale of property fair taxes atid more money was srrin.fi an dividends from defunct banks that carried c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1904

Independent in A.I Things VOL. 1. No. 131 BIG GUNS AGAIN BOOMING IN DICTION OF PORT ARTHUR CHEFOO, May 20.—Hear; firing la heard from the direction of Port Arthur today and it is believed that iv battle is being fought there. LONDON, May Baron Hayashi, the Japanese minister to England, is confined to his bed today, differing with influenza. Hr refuse* to receive visitors and is very much depressed over the losses off Port Arthur. • TOKIO, May 20.—A report received here today .-.iv- thai .i force of Japanese reeon noitering in the direction of Shanchusen, north went of Feng Huang Cheng, repulsed a force of Russians, The Japanese lost live killed and the Russians fifty. TOKIO, May Official announcement has been made that the low* among the officers of the battleship Hatsuie are: Commanders Tsukainoto, Nire, Arimori and '22 others. On the cruiser Yoshino, which was dunk in a collision with the Kasaga, the losses included Captain Ayeki, Commander Hiro- CALIFORNIA LUMBER INDUSTRY IS THRE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES|__ Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. Entered at th« i.r.atoffioe at T,ioom«, \V.,,h,, m »eeond-claJßi matter. USES TEST 'I'SM'RAK TELEGRAPHIC NEWS BEKVICK. OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET.,... telephone MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a fl^fflSfea C'nt" a Month, $3 X yenc j Week, by Carrier or by Mail. > by Carrier or by Mail. A LIFE WORTH WHILE The sober monthlies have followed the newspapers in paving tribute to th* meful '.:.:■•.-"::■*' ■•■■■■■■ >■.-_•' . ■■ . ■ tics of old Dr. Samuel Smiles, and now a book in to be wrilten upon hi- long and eminent life. Hi. ' orkl wide and he li.ts pal leaven into million <ii lire*. VCt b nun in liU thinking, and hi« philosophj h.!" nan) ■ time been and commonplace. ' Be that as it may, hi* "t>elf Help" li.i- become ■ standard work wherever Chris tian civilisation prevail*. It bus been translated into nearly i ncore of languages. Vroni the commercial point of view it was one of the most remar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1904

METHODISTS COMING TO TACOMA Beginning Tuesday. .Tune 1. it is prob sil'le that Tucmia will be the Mecca to ward which several hundred memb, the general conference fo the Methodist church, now in -e-ion at L«s Angeles, Will be traveling. Two thousand invitation-. were -cut to 1.0- Angeles by Tacoma Methodist!, a-king the delegate- to pay Tacoma a visit on their wjy home V quantity of advertising matter, including photographs, was also -em k, ih o en e by the Cliambei „t Commerce. An unfortunate occurrence in connection with the matte,- is thai the inriUtlOM and ad rertwing matter were delayed in transit and did not reach l.os Angeles until sev eral days later man was planned. This maj make some difference in the number MAY LOSE BOTH HANDS The 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mr-. Fr«d Mi In tyre, who wai burned to death ,1 lew dayi auo with hot pitch, was buried at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Rose dale. Funeral services were conducted at the school house by Rev. Kllis of Hurley. The ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 20 May 1904

X THEY WANT A BISHOP The top picture at the left i* Her. G. W. I". Uowen of Atlanta, <«i. Underneath v- th.- picture of.Dr. Al. C. J{. Mmob, also oj Atlanta, Mini the tbird,picture if that of Rev. <;. H. Scott, or \.« Orleans. LOS ANGELAS, III] W. Ottered dele. gates to the general conference will make a MroiiK tight fur a bishop elected from their own rank*, Dr. .1. \V. K. Bourn, of < •union Theo logical »fiiiiiitnv, South Atlanta, give* the following ri-Miini' of the colored man's stand: "The colored delegation to the general conference i» divided on the great issues to be tattled, For.the most part they are <om>ervative. "A" majority lit them will vote for thi> retention of the amusement clause, and likewi»e the return nt the time limit. ■ "0" the question of conxolidatiiig book ton«arn interests they stand pretty mlidljf for'utiilication. * "The ■n"-l ill i Hutu fight, will come when Hi'- Disposition to finite the various •orietie* of the I'lmroh 18 presented S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1904

Independent in Ail Things VOL. 1. No. 132 BRUTAL DM IN THE NORTHERN NCR YARDS Chas. S. Gray, an Insurance Solicitor, Shot Down Last /Sight by an Italian-Murderer Was Chased by Railway Employee But He Finally Escaped OCCSOOeecaOtOeOOOSfi and the police believe they are on the J! , r • V right Hack. © I in:- description of the man sus- © The motive for the murder is found in • pitted of murdering Charles S. 15 the fact that Gray and the Italian once © '■'•'> last night In- been sent • had a disagreement over an insurance af • broadcast by the police depart- 0) fair. It appears that the latter took a O meat: 0 policy with Gray, but allowed it to lapse. • Nationality, Italian. oln the meantime he was injured in a © Height. 6 feet 5 inches. 0 street car accident, and at once called on • Weight, 140 pounds, 0 [he insurance company for a settlement. • Age. 28 to 30 years, 0 This was refused him, whereupon he made • General appearance: Hair cut © dire threataa against Gray, accusing him ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1904

THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. totered at th» poatofftee at Tacoma, Wub., an *«con<lrla«* matter. iIK SCBIPPB-MIUE TELKORArniC NKWB BERVICat rot COMUHCE STREKT TELEPHONK MAIN 7M. (One tent a Copy. Six Cent* a » C*nt« ■ Month, $3 a year. Week, by Carrier or b» Mail. by Carrier or by M»U. THE GLORIES OF WAR The present war in the Far Rant ha* i ved at leant to demonstrate that men bay*- not degenerated. Modern arras an.l terrible death-dealing ordnance have not daunted the valor of soldier* nor abated one jot of the heroism of men which ha* t ,n inmioi'talixfd in long and itory from time iinmeniorial. In tin lighting »t Chemulpo, hi Port Arthur, on th« Yulii, men have gone cheer fully to How t li a* freely «>, ever they did In the bright olden day .it chivalry. What more inspiriting night titan the picture "i the Kn«»i«n crew* at the Variag anil Korietc ««ilin({ mil of the liarlmr of Chemulpo, with buida playing and colors flj ing. to f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 21 May 1904

COLORADO TOWNS FLOODED AND THE INHABITANTS IN DANGER DENVER, May 21.-The towns of Liver nxire and L* Porte have been practically wiped out by a cloudburst at the head of the Cache La Poudre river. The ru*b 01 the flood caused the dam in Lake Liv ingston to breuk and the results were disastrous. At Fort Collins, 65 miles be low Lake Livingston, the river is over a mile wide. A Hussjan settlement with over :!00 In habitants is inundated, aad already several Ol the hou-(>s have heen swept trom their foundations and mhi whirling along in the current, So fat only one life lias been reported as lost, but it is almost certain thai many have perished, as wrecked houses, carcases THE TIGERS GO UP ONE NOTGK The drubbing administered to the Biwanhet by the mighty Overall yesterdaj viis a relief to the Tigerville tans. It was the xiant collegian alone who was respoiisi hli' for llii' very iiieasunt outcome, ill though his support was top notch during Hi".-l ol the game. Onl.v eight bits wnc ...

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