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SOCLOU . . . NKBBASKA
STATE FORCES MODILIZINQ AT
MUST DEVOTE ENTIRE TIME
Postmasters MuiU Attend Exclusively
to Department Business Wheat
Prospects Were Never
El 1'aBo, Tox. l'artnl, u rich minim
center of southern Chihuahua state, It
lu the lunula ot coiiHtUtUluiuillul
troops, tho fcdurul garrison of l.Gol
evacuating, ucconllng to tho report ol
an Atnerlcun mining man reuchlng
hero on u motorojele. After Icuvim;
l'arral tho federal column proceeded
toward Clilhtinhiu city, tho Btuto cap
ital, where all state forces were or
dered mobilized tuo weeka ugo. Gen.
Puncho Villa, who Iiuh recruited 400
men In the Uuerra district, Is hurr.
Ing overland to mslBt other groups of
insurgents lu cutting off tho retreat
Nebraska Wheat Prospects.
Lincoln. Winter wheat prospects In
Nebraska were never better at UiIb
tlmo of year than thoy tiro now. This
Is the consensus of opinion of -100 rail
way agents tnndo In reports upon
growing conditions In every county In
tho stato. Tho crop estlmato In four
general sections or the state Is as fol
lows: Eastern Nebraska, 103 per cent;
central Nebraska, 103 percent; south
central NebraBkn, 108 per cent; west
ern Nebraska, 101 per cent.
WHOLE TIME TO THE OFFICE.
That Required of Postmasters Under
Wnshlngton. Tho postmnster gen
oral has nsslgned ns a reason for the
failure of any Nebraska pohtolllco
nominations to bo pent to the senato
that tho department was waiting for
nssurnnces from tho candidates thus
fnr'nnmed that they were going to do
voto nil of their tlmo to tho postofllco
nnd not mako It n Bldo Issue. This
was tho statement mndo by Postmaster
General Iturleson to Hepresentatlvo
Stephens, who went to tho department
to learn If possible why his recom
mendations had not been acted upon
Washington Home and Relics.
New York. The nncestrnl homo ol
George Washington Sulgravo Mnnor
In England which it was nnnounccd
tho delegates to tho British peace
contennnry conference contemplato
purchasing, may bocomo tho repos
itory of the rollcs of tho Washington
family which collateral descendants of
tho first president havo offered to tho
Daughters of tho Ilrltlsh Emplro. Mrs.
Elliott Lnngstaff, president of the so
ciety, has formally applied to Lord
Weardalo for permission to furnish
nnd decorate the mnnor In tho event
of Its purchnso In connection with tho
celebration of 100 years of peaco.
Urged to Postpone Action
Washington. The federal govern
ment's final effort to dolny alien land
owning legislation In California wn
made when Secretnry Ilryan In tho
nnmo of tho president telegraphed
Govornor Johnson notifying him thnt
tho Japancpo ambassador hnd earn
estly protested ngalnst tho bill passed
by the California assembly nnd urged
wini me governor poMpono action by
withholding his fllgnnture.
Absolute Prohibition for Nebraska.
Philadelphia. II. p. Carson nnd
Thomns Dnrnnll, both of Lincoln,
Neb., havo been chosen to lead n cam
paign looking to tho nbsolute prohibi
tion of tho liquor traffic In Nebrnakn,
and will bo delegated to the nntlonal
convention of the Anti-Saloon Leaguo
of America, which Is to be hold at Co
lumbus, O., November 10, 1913.
Bill for Free Admission.
Washington. A bill providing for
tho freo admission to tho United
States of exhibits nt tho San Diego
Panamn-Pacinc exposition in 1915 has
been passed by tho houso.
Refuse Offer of Japanese Aid.
Douglas, Ariz. Pour hundred Jap
aneso residents of Sonora stato hnvo
offered their services lu arms to L. I
resqulern, tho Insurgent governor, nc
cordlng to n codo telegram received
by the constitutionalist commltteo
here. Tho offer wns refused, tho gov
ernor explaining that tho struggle wns
ono in which Mexlcnns only should
participate. Fifteen Japanese formed
tho committee which cnlled on tho
governor at HermoBlllo, tho Btnto cap
ital. Pierre, 'S. D. Instead of going to
established towns, a number of banks
In tho northoastern part of the stato
will bo Btnrted on tho proposed line of
railroad nnd will wnlt for tho railroad
nnd towns to como to them, according
to planB mndo known hero. Tho lpcn
tlonB of tho bankB aro designated on
Sncramento. Cnl.Tho Sunday clos
Ing bill, prohibiting tho snlo of liquor
on Sundays nnd holidays, was beaten
In tho senate after a short debate by
a voto of 6 nyes and 20 noes.
yinitxMkimi &' 'WV.ia.
ACT8 OF THE NATIONAL LAW-MAKERS.
Events of Importance as They Trans
pire In Both Branches
The Sennte Not In session; mcctt
Tuesday at 1! p. m.
Territories committee continued
hearing on Alaskan problems.
Tho Houso- Majority Lender Un
derwood, Progressive Lender Murdoch
nnd Republican Leader Mann con
ferred. Pasted bill to admit freo of duty
exhibits for San FianelRco exposition,
Hill appropriating $fi00,000 for the
hiring of clerks for tho parcel post
Representative IF. Olln Young,
Twelfth Michigan district, announced
IiIh intention of roRlgnlng.
Passed bill creating new district
judgeship In oasteru district of Penn
sylvania. Adjourned nt 5:45 p. m. until noon
Tho Senate In session nt 2 p. m.
I L.aI'Ollctto bill for eight-hour day
for women workers In tho District of
Columbia ordered favorably reported.
Territories commlttco continued Its
hearing on Alaskan developments,
Tariff bill received from house nnd
referred to finance committee for
Senator O'Oorman Introduced bill
to return $(10,000 paid for ransom of
Miss Ellen M. Stone, In 1901.
Adjourned at 5:55 p. in. until 2 p. m.
Tho House Ilegan live-hour dobato
In Glover-Slmms controversy.
milliliter prevented adoption of
rule for creation of additional judgo
for eastern Philadelphia.
Adjourned at 8:05 p. m. until 12
o'clock noon Saturday.
Tho Sennte Not lu session; meets
nt 2 p. m. Friday.
Commerce commission referred La
Folletto's Involuntary servitude bill
for hearings during present session
nnd ordered favorable report on nom
ination of Joseph F. Davles as com
missioner of corporations.
Hearings on Alanknn problems lie
foro territories commission was re
sumed. The House In session nt 2 p. m. to
complete consideration nnd vote on
Passed Underwood tariff bill.
Lenders ngrced no business should
bo transacted between next Satur
day, May 10, nnd Juno 1.
Adjourned at C:32 p. m. until 11 a.
Tho Senate Senator IJacon reintro
duced his bill to define authority of
tho nrplltlnt fnr Infnrvnnf Inn In Pnhn
in mo i mure.
Territories committee resumed
hearing on Alaskan problems, former
Secretary of tho Interior Fisher tes
tlfylng. Passed sundry civil bill, carrying
$117,000,000, nfter voting down Sena
tor Galllnger's nmendment to ollm
Inato clause exempting labor and
farmers' organizations from anti
Adjourned nt 0:53 p. m. until 2 p. m.
Tho House Resumed rending of
tariff bill for nmendment, tnking up
Income tax provision.
C. B. Smith Introduced bill to reg
later lobbyists In congress.
Completed reading of tariff bill for
Republican Leader Mnnn blocked
plan for Immedlnto pinsago of tariff
mensuro on technicality, delaying ac
tion until Thursdny.
Adjourned at 10:05 p. m. until 2 p.
Fund for Needy Students.
Madison, Wis As n memorial ot
tho class of 1913, (100 Bcnlors in the
University of Wisconsin hnvo decided
to tnko a life Insuranco policy of $100
ench In tho stnto's new llfo fund, pay
ments to run twenty yenrs and thon
-bo turned Into n fund for tho support
of needy students.
Association Elects Officers.
Omnhn. At tho business session ol
tho Mississippi Valoy Historical asso
ciation Friday morning James A.
James. Ph. D of Evanston, 111., and
former vlro president of tho organiza
tion, was elected president for tho en
suing year. Dr. James Is professor of
history nt Northwestern university
nnd president of tho Illinois park com
mission. George E Vincent. Ph. D.,
of Minneapolis was chosen first vlco
president: Isnnc J. Cox of Clnelnnntl
was re-elected second vico president;
Clarence S. Paine of Lincoln wns ro
elected secretary-treasurer of tho as
sociation. Property Escheats to State.
Lincoln, Neb. Ono hundred nnd
sixty ncres of Keya Paha county land
a quarter section In Holt county, a
similar amount In Colorado and some
Auburn county realty havo beon
turned over to Stnto Land Commls
sloner Rockninn for uso or tho per
manent school fund. Tho step ter
minates tho history of property noon
mulatlons of Joseph Ulrlch, n Nemaha
county bachelor misor, who dlod throo
yenrs ago without heirs. Th prop
erty eschentB to tho stato under a
order of tho court.
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USUAL SPRING INVASION
CHICAGO OAILV NCWt.
CURRENCY REFORM HOPEFUL
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT LISTENS
TO RECLAMATION PROJECTS.
Currency Legislation Possible at Pres
ent Session Japan Makes Pro
test Huerta Repudiates
Washington. Needs of tho North
Platto water usorB on reclamation pro
octB were presented Friday by Jumes
T. Whitehead and U. W. Scovllle of
Scottbbluff und Morrill before tho
hearing tn tho interior department.
Tho principal objections made wore
first against tho present regulations
forbidding tho assignment of a tract
or land under reclamation project to
any but u bona fide homesteader;
second, that the present allowance or
tlmo In which to complete payment
for water rights was insufficient and
that It should bo extended to twenty
flvo j ears. Somo criticism was of
fered because of tho fact that tho cost
of tho water had been Increased from
$35 to $55 per acre, nnd It was urged
thnt tho water users' association be
given n volco In tho selection of tho
operating force, nnd that they might
bo ablo to somo extent to control the
Japan Protests Allen Land Bill.
Washington. Negotiations between
America and Japan regarding tho Cal
ifornia land legislation wero formally
initiated when Secretary Bryan had
two meetings with tho Japanese am
bassador at the state department.
While there had been n number of ex
changes between tho two officials
slnco tho inception of tho California
legislation, until Friday they had been
Informal and based upon tho desire of
tho Japanese government to avert an
HOPEFUL OF CURRENCY REFORM
Possible at Present Session In Opinion
Washington. President Wilson was
so encouraged by tho passage of the
tariff bill in tho houso that ho hopes
now for flnnl action on currency re
form at tho present session of con
gress. The president studied a. pre
liminary draft of n currency bill
brought him by Representative Glass,
probnblo chairman of the house bank
ing and currency committee, and told
his callers thnt in the Interval be
tween now nnd Juno 1 he expects to
confer with ns many currency authori
ties ns possible. The president re
alizes that everything depends on the
progress of the tariff bill in the senate.
Repudiates American Ambassador.
Mexico City. Keen Interest Is be
ing displayed by tho government nnd
the public generally as to what action
tho United Stntes will take In the vir
tual repudiation of Ambassador Wil
son by President Huerta. Tho presi
dent mndo no statement to Ambnssa
dor Wilson nor to tho public qualify
ing his stntement thnt Mr. Wilson
"diplomatically had no standing," but
Foreign Minister de In Darn, who al
ways has been rognrded ns desirous to
plncato dissensions, displayed nn
eagerness to mlnlmlzo tho Incident.
Senor do la Parra said tlio declara
tion of President Huerta did not mean
tho severance of diplomatic relations
between Mexico nnd tho United StateB.
Must Provide Seats.
Chicago. No more pnssengers may
bo admitted to a street car or elovated
car In Chicago than enn bo provided
In sents nccordlng to nn ordlnnnce
unanimously pnssed by tho city coun
cil. No Desecration of Sabbath.
Iowa City, la. Rev. Wnyno L.
Waters, pastor of tho Congregational
church, a young minister newly ar
rived from Po3ton, hns created a son
satlon In church circles by announc
ing from tho pulpit thnt Sunday was
not necessarily desecrated by being
made a day other than ono or worship.
Judiciously mingled with church at
tendance nnd worship, ho contends,
bnsobnll, golf, moving pictures, etc.,
may not bo unworthy methods of ob
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GOES THROUGH HOUSE WITHOUT
Lincoln Man a Candidate for Public
Printer Hastings Woman Cele-
'brates 113th Birthday
Washington. Tho Underwood tariff
bill, proclaimed by the democrntlo
party as the answer to Its platform
pledge to reduce the tariff downward,
was passed by the house Thursday.
Tho vote was 281 to 139, flvo demo
crats voting ngnlnst tho bill nnd two
republicans voting for It. Four pro
gressives Btipported the measure and
fourteen opposed It, while one Inde
pendent progressive joined with tho
mnjorlty. When Speaker Clark an
nounccd tho vote In loud tones that re
vealed his satisfaction, exuberant dem
ocrats hoisted a stuffed democratic
donkey over tho heads of their col
leagues In tho renr of the chamber, a
faint rlpplo of applause followed and
tho gavel fell on the tlrst chapter in
tho history of President Wilson's ex
tra session of congress.
Celebrates Her 113th Birthday.
Hastings, Neb. Mrs. Clara D.iwson
Brlley, presumably tho oldest person
west of tho Mississippi river, celebrat
ed her 113th birthday nt the homo of
her son, n half mile south of Hastings.
Notwithstanding her advanced age,
Mrs. Drilcy is almost ns sound of mind
nnd of body ns when sho came to
Hastings in 1888. She remembers dls
tinctly things that occurred nearly 100
years ago, and can name many of her
playmates of her childhood days In
Culpepper, Va., where she was born
May 7, 1800.
Presented for Public Printer.
Washington. Rumors that W. M.
Maupln of Lincoln was n candidate
for public printer havo been con
firmed by Senator Hitchcock nnd Rep
resentative Stephens. Thoy ndmltted
thoy had received n number of letters
endorsing Mr. Maupln for the place.
It was stated that they Intended to
confer together In tho matter, and that
Mr. Maupin's nnmo would bo present
ed to tho president, provided It was
not found that a selection for tho
place had been already made.
Commercial Clubs Elect Officers.
Fremont, Neb. Tho Nebraska As
sociation of Commercial Clubs voted
to meet nt Grand Island In 1914. The
by-laws were amended to ndmlt towns
of 1,000 and under to membership at
half tho membership fee of $10. The
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Ross L. Hammond of Fremont;
secretary-treasurer, W. F. Bailey of
Kearney; vice presidents, H. A.
Schneider of Plnttsmouth, first dis
trict; F. I. Elllck of Omaha, second
district; J.- B. Henderson of Central
City, third district; Dr. E. O. Weber
of Wnhoo, fourth district; 11. fl. How
ard of Hastings, fifth district; C. O.
Wertz of Crawford, sixth district.
Frethont, Neb. John H. Woltmnn of
Wnlnut, la., In the county jail here
charged with starting tho Crowcll fire,
committed sulcldo by drinking car
bolic acid. How Woltman got tho ncld
is a mystery. It Is believed that ho
secured it from some prisoner who
concealed n bottlo when tho Jail wns
fumigated at tho expiration of the
smallpox quarantine Woltmnn drnnk
a large quantity ot tho poison nnd died
In ten minutes.
Troop Train Dynamited.
Nognles. A troop train bearing 2,"0
federal soldiers wns destroyed with
dynamite and most of tho passengers
killed, according to an official report
received here, Tho disaster occurred
near tho Sonora-Conhulla stato lino.
Parcel Post Swells Receipts.
Fromont, Neb. Due, It is believed,
to tho parcel post, Fremont's postof
flee receipts for tho quarter Just end
ed reached $16,492, an Increnso of
nearly $1,700 over tho snmo period a
Balloon Race at Kansas City,
Kansas City. Tho national elimina
tion balloon race, tho winners of
which will represent tho United
States In tho next James Gordon Ben
nett International trophy race, will
start from this city on July 4.
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IRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Cook has voted $5,000 lighting bonds
Mrs. Anna Fellans has bought the
Table Rock Argus.
E. J, Cnmeron has been appointed
city marshal at Deshler.
The Wymore Are department will
build a $5,000 auditorium.
Tho Christian church nt Albion 1e
holding evangelistic meetings.
Richardson county will have heavy
crops of alfalfa nnd red clover.
Fullerton has voted $10,000 bonds
for the extension of her wnter system,
Tho town of Berlin, that was de
stroyed by a tornado, Is being rapidly
Tho nnnunl convention of the Stnto
U. C. T. will be held at Fremont May
1G and 17.
The York county Sunday school con
vention will be held In Bradshuw May
14 nnd 15.
Grand Island Knights of Columbus
recently Initiated n clnss of nearly
Ilnrneston has granted license for n
pool hall, the first since the organiza
tion cf the town.
There la not n poor piece or winter
wheat In Tlinyer county, according to
crop observers there.
Rov. Mnry A. Hclser. pastor or the
Congregational church at Wlsner, has
tendered her resignation.
A number or employes In tho enr
shops at Pnlrbury, laid off during
April, have gone to work.
Chicken thieves aro thriving around
Nebrnskn City, ono breeder having
lost nearly a hundred chickens.
Tho first annual May festival of tho
pupils of the Beatrice public schools
was held with 2,000 people In attend
ance. Miss Rebecca Essom. of Beatrice,
has a lemon tree from which she re
cently harvested nearly a bushel of
Lightning struck tho lnrge barn of
Carl Rhode, near Columbus, nnd sev
eral head of stock were burned to
Anton Clnudls, a Greek lnborer at
North Plntto. paid about six dollars
ench for shooting seven ducks out of
Drainage district No. 1 In Nemaha
county hns been completed, and there
Is now little fear of the floods of
The city library at College View
now hns 1,225 volumes on Its shelves.
Two hundred books were ndded during'
the last year.
Despite tho somewhat serious epi
demic of diphtheria In Lincoln, there
were only two denths reported as due
to the disease.
An effort Is being mndo to secure
ex-Speaker Joe Cannon to nttend tho
meeting of the Nebraska G. A. R. to bo
held nt Fremont.
Two hundred licenses to hunt In tho
stato have been Issued by tho stnto
gamo nnd fish commission sinco tho
early part of tho year.
Bishop Tl hen of Lincoln, assisted
by priests of the diocese, confirmed a
class of nbout eighty In St. Joseph's
Catholic church at York.
John Cullls, a fourteen-year-old boy
who wns Injured In tho Omaha tor
nndo, succumbed to his Injuries In a
hospital there last week.
A bnseball team has been organized
nmong tho Wymoro high school stu
dents. Business men have subscribed
$35 toward buying uniforms.
Tho stnto board of ngrlculturo haB
mado application for a quantity of the
newly discovered paraslto which is
said to war on tho nlfalfa weevil.
The postofflco nt Kinney will be dls
continued after May 31, nnd nfter thnt
dnto nil mall for that office will bo
handled through the Wymoro office.
Kinney Is six miles cast of Wymoro
on the Burlington.
Final preparations for the oponlng
of the Nebraskn State Baseball league
anve been completed. Tho season will
bo officially started on Mny 15 with
games In these towns: Hastings at
Grand Island; Seward at Columbus;
York at Kearney, and Superior nt
Some ono with peculiar Ideas of tho
proprieties burglarized the homo of
ex-Govornor Aldrlch nt Lincoln last
week, nnd got $1.30 for his pains.
The sixth nnnunl debate of the Ne
braska High School Debating league
will be held In Lincoln on May 17, nnd
will decide tho championship for 1913.
Prof. Hardy W. Campbell, Burling
ton farm domonstrator, will farm six
ten-ncro tracts nccordlng to IiIb meth
ods close to Hemlngford this summer.
Ho says that Bectlon is well adapted
to his methods or soil culture nnd ex
pects to show the farmers how they
can more than double their yields.
Agltntlon for a seven-for-a-quarter
street car fnre Ib growing deeper nt
Omnhn and petitions are bolng circu
lated to nttaln that end.
A petition signed by thirty-eight
residents' of tho town of Plckroll has
boon filed with tho board of supor
vlBors asking that tho town be
Incorporated under the laws of the
Alleging thnt bootlegging exists at
Lanham to such an extent ns to ren
der conditions intolerable, merchants
and citizens have asked tho county
court to grant Bomeono tho right to
run a licensed Bnloon at that place.
Whllo ondenvorlng to got his gaso
llno engine to work, Joseph Havlr, an
employo of tho Burlington Bhops, was
killed by tho bursting of tho tlywheol.
Prof. E. A. Whlteneck, head or the
Germnn department at Peru normal,
will leave May 20 for Europe to spend
Mio summer studying at Heidelberg,
Hotel Commissioner Ackermnn has
forwnrded to proprietors of hotels,
rooming houses, restnurnuts nnd
apartment houses copies of tho now
hotel laws which he expects to put In
to operation just as Boon ns the legal
Interim is up
From Headache, Backache,
Dizziness and Nervousness,
Restored to Health by
Lydia E. Pink ham's
Lawrence, Knns. "A year ago I was
suffering from a number of ailments. I
aiwny9 had pain and
was Irregular. Dur
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fered a great deal
with headache, back
ache, dizziness, fev
erish spells, nervous
ness and bloating.
I had been married
nenrly three years.
hnm'a Vegetable -Comnonnrl
I feel better than I havo for yenrs. I
recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
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Montana Woman's Case.
Burns, Mont "Lydia E. Pinkham's
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months. I was so weak I could hardly do
my work and my head and eyes ached all
the time. Your Compound helped me
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friends nnd tell them what a grand med
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The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound havo thousands of
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Purely vegetable. Act
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SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICC
Genuine must bear Signature
WHERE HER THOUGHTS WERE
Most Married Men Have Had a 81m
liar Experience, If They Will
Admit the Truth.
The husband was reading a news
,paiier account to his wife Now and
then ho paused and asked a question.
Tho uaturo of her replies mado him
doubt that sho was listening closely.
Ho accused her of having thoughts
elsewhere and sho indignantly retort
ed that sho had heard every word.
He coutlnued reading for a few
minutes and then glanced at her.
From tho far-away look in her eyes-
ho know her thoughts wero not upon
tho item ho was reading. So, turn
ing mo Eticot as an excuse for a
pause, ho continued as follows: ap
" 'Last night, about 2 o'clock In tho
afternoon, Just a few minutes before
breakfast, a hungry boy about sixty
years old bought an orange for nine
pins and threw It through a concrete
wall twenty feet thick. "With a cry
of despair he jumped into a dry mill
pond, broke his arm at tho knee
joint, and was drowned. It was only
ten years later, on the samo day and
at tho samo hour, that a goat gave
birth to six elephants. A high wind
then came up and killed throe dead
horses and a wooden cigar Indian.'
What do you think of that, dear?" he
Sho gave a little start, smiled, and
"I think that's a splendid bnrgaln,
Henry. You had better get half a
dozen, for your stock of shirts is
An ostrich can eat tacks, but it can't
lay a carpet.
ITS HARDTO WORK
It's torture to work with a lame, aching
back. Get rid of It Attack the cause.
Probably it's weak kidneys.
Heavy or confining work is hard on
the kidneys, anyway, and once the kid
neys become inflamed and congested,
the trouble keeps getting worse.
The danger of running into gravel,
dropsy or Bright's disease is serious.
Use Doan's Kidney Pills, a fine remedy
for backache or bad kidneys.
Jamcn H. Toy.
III., eays: "I
was laid up
buck pained no
T couldn't movo.
Tho kidney bo
ere! Inns wero In
cured mo In
hort order and
for four years
tho trouble has
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