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VOL. XLV XO. 239.
OMAHA, THURSDAY MQV" vsr lAHCH
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SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
Yuan Declares Abandonment of
Monarchy and Restoration of
, Popular Government in
REVOLUTION IS VICTORIOUS
Rebellion Shows People Not United
in Favor of Empire, Says
SO HE RENOUNCES HIS CROWN
PEKING, March 22. A State de
partment mandate issued tonight
announced the abandonment of the
monarchy and resumption of the
The mandate says that the revo
lution shows that the demand for a
monarchy is not unanimous and
that, therefore, Yuan Shi Kal re
jects the emperorship and resumes
' The' imperial documents, the
mandate adds, will be returned by
Yuan Shi Kal to the state council,
which will reconvene at J.he senate,
preparatory to the resumption of the
Hsu Shin Chang, who left the
I cabinet because of the monarchical
movement, signed the mandate as
recretary of state, having re-entered
Means. Revolt Over.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 22,-Of-
ficiala of the Chinese Republic associa
tion, which haa been actively financing;
the opposition to Yuan Shi Kal, said here
today that the announcement from Pe
king means that the revolution Is at an
end. The association has a membership
In the America of about 300.0U).
Austrians Abandon ;
The Turks Erzinjan
LONDQN, March SJ. Abandonment ef
Ckernowltx, capital of Bukowina by the
Austrians is reported In an unofficial
wireless dispatch ' received here " today
from Rome. '
A. Bucharest dispatch, forwarded by
Amsterdam by the Central News, says
the Turks have evacuated Ertinjan, a
fortress of Asia Minor, 130 miles west of
Erxeruro. , ""
BERLIN (Via London), March 22. The
Russians have sained no success in their
great attended offensive against the Ger
man lines, the war offloe announced to
PARIS. March J2. German Infantry at
tacks were again directed today against
the French front between Avocourt wood
and the village of Malancourt. All the
"V voun, nuwever. wen uiiwuuu, kvi.uiuiiib
L , . . i i. . i
v rn inn nrriciAi irAumenc luura lomenL
the French war office.
,The Germans succeeded in g..alnlng
foothold on the small hill of Haucourt.
In Mouth of Thames
LONDON. March 22. -The Galloper
lightship, at the mouth of the Thames,
, has .been torpedoed and sunk, according
to a Lloyds report.
Forest Fires Cause
Damage in Missouri
FAIR PLAY, Mo.. March 22. Driven by
high winds, forest fires in Polk county
resulted last night In much damage to
property and the losa of one life. Fred
Hlmmons, a farmer, was burned to death
while trying to save his live stock.
Forecast till 7 p. m. Thursday:
For Omaha, Council Bluff and Vicinity
Partly cloudy; rl8in temperature.
1 tours. ve.
f a. m 35 1
fi a. m 36 i
7 a. m ii I
a. m 3'
a. ni 37 '
10 a. m 34 !
il a. m ' W
ii m X8
1 p. m 39
2 p. m 42
:i d. m 4.1
4 p. m ii
i p. in 44
p. m 43
. ' P. m .1....42
S p. m 40
Caasparatl Local Heeora,
191 191 1914 191
Hluhest yesterday 43 42 4 ;:4
Lowest yemerduy 3." 2 2 17
Mean temperature 40 3 14 1'6
l'recipitation 01 .1)0 .00 M
Temperature and precipitation depar.
lures from the normal:
Normal temperature 39
Kxcesa. for the day j
Totiil excess siine March 1 Si
Normal precipitation .flo'lnch
Iieflclency for the dav 04 Inch
Total rHinfall aince March 1 OJ Inch
deficiency since Mar. h 1 7S Inert
Kxceas for cor. period. 1913 77 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period. 1914 72 Inch
Heperls froaa Slatloaa at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Hlth- Raln
of Weather. 7 p.m. est. fall.
Cheyenne, partly cloudy.. .54 M
1iubuiue, clear M ji j jr
Ienver, cloudy m t(
lies Jioinei, viear si 4'l .is
rth Platte, pt. cloudy. ..n? :j im
. imaha. clear 4-' 4i in
Put uid City. pt. cloudy. ; .,
Santa re, rain 4t Tl
Sheridan, clenr HK ,tn) i
Himix City, clear V, in I
xlnii'ie. cliar K ;-t .in)
T imtliaUs tr:n e of recti ita'ion. i
L. .V. WtLSII. likl l-oie.uster.
MADE HOMELESS BY
Business District and More Than
Fifteen Hundred Houses Are
Destroyed in Great
LOSS ABOUT EIGHT MILLION
Only About One-Third of the City
Was Not Touched by the
SEVERAL LIVES PROBABLY LOST
PARIS, Tex., March 22. Conserva
tive estimate of the number of peo
ple made homeless by last night's
fire in the business and residential
districts here was 8.0Q0, made early
today' by Mayr MoCuistion.
Although the city Is without food,
there was apparently little suffering,
and a good nat tired, though da.ed
view was taken of the disaster by a
majority of the citizens.
The fire -wiped out the entire business
district,' destroyed from 1,5""0 to J.Onn
homes, and caused a Ions estimated at
from $2,SO0,0no to W.500.000. About one
third of the rtty was untouched hy the
flames. Confirmation was Impossible of
rumors that from ten to thirty people
had lost their lives. Fires were still
burning In some sections at daybreak.
Brick walls, blackened by heavy smoke,
and extending into the air five and six
stories, wero being rased by dynamite,
with a safety lone roped off, that passers
by might not be endangered by falling
The work of dynamiting the buildings
commenced early today. One by one the
buildings, which cost from 1100.000 to
$300,000, already- gutted by the flames,
tumbled with a roar to add to the debris
In the streets. t
Batlnaat ef Loai Raised.
Estimate of the monetary damage done
by the fire were placed at about 5,000,'JOO,
although it was Impossible to get an
accurate accounting of the loss. 'An un
usual fact in connection with the fire
was that there was no loss of life atid
so far as reported no one seriously In
In the business section there are left
only smaller stores on side streets radi
ating from the public square.
In these stores Parts business men.
opened establishments this morning to
care Jorth needy, In one prick build
ing leas than fifty feet wide and about
(Continued on Page Eleven, Column Two.)
McQraw Oklahoma's ;
OKLAHOMA CITT, o'kl., March
The-tondltlon"ef Earnest E. Blake of
Oklahoma City, who clashed early today
with Alva McDonald f la-Reno during
the state committee hearing on contested
delegates to- the Oklahoma state repub
lican : con venion late oday was repored
critical. He baa been conscious 'only at
intervals since the alleged altercation.
'.Discussion of. the report of the crcdn
tlali commute caused wild disorder and
several fist battles here late today. Police
quelled the belligerent delegates and an
"old soldier" fife and drum corps helped
divert attention until quiet was restored.
J. J. McQraw was elected republican
national committeeman from Oklahoma
in the state convention here late today,
following the withdrawal of James A.
Harris, his oponent.
U. S. Army Trucks
Are Abandoned and
The Drivers Missing
DEMINO, N. M., March 22. A motor
cycle courier arriving from the front re
ported today, according to a message
from Columbus, that twenty-seven United
States army trucks were found thirty
miles off the line of march yesterday in
northern Chihuahua and that their driv
ers were missing.
Trooper Married !
On Way to Front
DEMINQ. N. M., March 2J. Within a
few hours after his marriage Howard P.
Burns, a private of Troop C, the Thir
teenth cavalry, today started south into
Mexico to join In the hunt for Francisco
Troop C arrived st Columbus yesterday
from Marfa, Tex. Aa soon as he could,
Burns hu'rted here to the home of his
fiancee, Miss Lucille Lablance.
Last night they were married by C. C.
Rogera, Justice of the peace. Shortly
afterward Burns returned to Columbus to
proceed to the front.
Power to Call for
WASHINGTON", March 22. Senator
Sherman of Illinois today Introduced a
resolution to authorize and direct Hie
president at once to 'call for oO.Oue volun
teers for service In Mexico. i'nder the
rules It lies on the table until tomorrow.
"I am apprehensive that congress doea
not fully appreciate conditions on the
Mexican border and in Mexico," said
Senator Sherman. "We have a few thous
and American soldiers with their officers
In Mexico. They will soon be hundreds
of miles from our boundary. The rall
roada of Mexico are demoralized In ser
vice and equipment. Trucks and hiidttet
are easily dcatro-d. The comimiiilca
lon of Hie forces In pursuit of Villi
. .i-i l e cut ot any lio .r. in cone of an
HERRERA AND ALL
HIS FORCES JOIN
Ousted Carranza Governor of Chi
huahua Goes Over to Bandit
Camp with Force of Two
COLUMBUS CENSOR' PASSES 'THIS
People on the Border. All De Facto
Soldiers Are Ready to
TAKE NO STOCK IN BATTLE YARN
COH MBt'S, N. M., March 22.
iPassed by Censor) General Luis
Ferrera, until recently Carranza
military governor of Chihuahua,
haa ronounrcd Carranza and an
nounced in favor of Villa, taking;
the field In western Chihuahua with
2,000 troops, according to reliable
Information received here tonight.
The exact place at which General
Herrera's troops are encamped was
not Indicated in the message which
reached Columbus from a source
that always has been found thor
oughly reliable. It is believed, how
ever, that the troops, most of whom
recently constituted the Carransa
garrison at Chihuahua City, tonight
are some place in the distance be
tween the ,San Pedro and Cfcfthua
hua and are preparing to work
north and west toward the American,
punitive expedition, in the field un
der Genera) Pershing. .
All Are for Villa.
The sentiment of the people lit
this district, which lies about sev
enty miles directly east of the
Guerrero region, la which Villa be
gan his days as aa outlaw, Is
strongly In favor of the bandit
chieftain. His success in with
standing Porflrio Dlaa' rurales for
eight years, during all of which" timo
there was a heavy price on his head,
was due to the loyalty of the peons,
who worship Pancho Villa as an
Idol. Army men believe here tat
Herrera and his command will have
every'poflslble co-qperatlon .from he
people of the district.' ' '
' ' Silence Omtaoas,
EL PASO, Tex., March 22-The sllenoe
which f er , two days ha enveloped tha
Mexican situation as far as any definite
news of the pursuit of Pancho Villa Is
concerned, gave fresh force today to the
numerous reports from various sources
of grave disaffection . among the Car
ranza troops. On the border at leaat It
Is firmly believed that the soldiers of
the first chief are from giving any real
co-operation to the American expedi
tionary forces, t is admitted thaGen
eral CarransoSand some of his lleuten
nti are " sincerely anxious to avoid
friction with the United States but it
not believed that the head of the de
facto government represents the attitude
of sentiments of his army or fellow cttl-
Herrera's Men Revolt.
From several different sources a cir
cumstantial report was received today
that the garrison at Chihuahua, supposed
to number 2,000 men, had revolted and"
that their commander. General Luis Her
rera had declared In favor "of Villa.
Andrea Garcia, the Carransa consul here,
emphatically branded this report as false
but in high' official circles here It was
Continued on Page Eleven Column Four.)
Town of Spray, N.C.,
GREKNBBOBO, N. C. March VI.
Spray, N. C, north of here, was burn
ing this afternoon.' Practically all struc
tures in the business district were re
ported destroyed and the flames wero
spreading. Spray has 6.000 population
and ten of the largest cotton and woolen
mills In the state.
La Follette Leading
In Dakota Primary
FARGO, N. P., March 22. Returns to
day from yesterdays presidential pri
mary Indicate that United States Sena
tor Robert M. Ia Follte of Wisconsin
appsrently defeated Henry D, Estabrook
of New York, tut by a majority greatly
less than sntlclpated by his supporters.
The returns are being slowly receive.!
owing to severe snow storms.
Wilson Be Given
emergency, whar military strength can
be mobilised promptly and massed for
the support or protection of our far dis
tant line advancing into unknown terri
"I wish now to warn those In author
ity In the executive .department that we
are trifling with the lives of men. with
the safety of our border states and with
our national honor more than some men
"If It be neglected, the d-lay then II I
a crisis will be a blunder and vhe kind of
blunder that Is worse than a trims. The
bert method of redeeming ourselves from
diaiister Is to be prepared before the dis
atr arrives. Thai lir the purpnre of this
ic-olu' 1 n."
SIXTEENTH INFANTRY LOADING SUPPLY TRAINS to be moved across the border.
On account of the barren territory and the unfriendliness of many Mexicans, the United
States expedition in pursuit of Villa must depend almost entirely upon supplies and even
water rushed from the United States.
s. . . .
S t '
FIRE SWEEPS BIG
. CITIEOF SOUTH
Twenty-Seven Blocks Destroyed in
Nashville, and Augusta, Ga.,
v. Suffers Loss.
LATTER BLAZE STILL SPREADING
AUGUSTA, Oa., March 22. Kiro
which broke out early tonight in the
business section of AngURta had
caused damage estimated at $500
000 at 9 o'clock and still was spread
ing before a high wind.
The Dyer bank building was
among the structures destroyed and
the Union bank building, the West
ern Union building and the build
ings housing the Augusta Chronicle
and Augusta Herald were among
those damaged. Fire companies
with equipment were rushed here on
special trains from Macon, and At
NABH'ILt,B. Tenn., March , 22. Tie
fire' department, announced at 7 p. in.,
after thirty-five blocks had been swept,
that a fire, starting early this afternoon,
was definitely under control. One negro
was burned. '.Not less than 1,000 peope
The governor had called on all semi,
military organisation to Join the militia
in aiding the fir sufferers and protect
ing their property.
The Cumberland river separates the fire
wept section from the business district.
Eransvllle, Chattanooga and Louisville
have been asked- for fire apparatus.
Is Reported Safe;
Only One Missing
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March 52. Gen
eral Funston today received .from Gen
eral Pershing the first report from the
front In sixty hours. It came from Casas
Grandes and the only reference made
to the operations of Villa was that
Villista and Carranza troops had been
engaged Monday near Namaqulpa.
Major Sample, reporting from Colum
bus, N. M., said that Aviator Willis Is
safe and that Aviator Gorrell Is the only
flyer no1 missing. Gorrell was last
sighted over the Colona Juarea, south
east of Cases Grandes.
General Perahlng reported an aeroplane
In communication with the Seventh cav
alry, sixty miles southeast of Casas
Grandes. Two other sdvance cavalry
columns are known to be pushing south.
No report of fighting between Americans
and Vlhistas hos been received.
Small Fire at Farwell.
FARWEU-, Neb.. Maroh 22. 4 Special.)
Monday evening fire was discovered in
the kitchen of the hotel. The blaze wan
well started but quick work . with two
chemical engines and a bucket brigade
soon had Uu nder control. The Ions Is
about 1300. No Insurance was carried.
The Day's War News
THE BATTLH FOR VEHUI X, now
well la Its foeirth week, ronllneea
with InteaaUy, but at present the
Infantry Is held In leaah while the
hi g ajuns prepare fur farther as
sanlts. TUB POWERKt I. liEHMAS thrnst
west of the Menar, which ilni-l.
ope a early this week, halted when
It reached the sonthern edare of
Aroconrt wood. ' Hat the activity
t the (irruian artillery in this sec
tor, which Paris reports particu
larly violent. Indicates that the
German Intention probably le
make farther determined attempts
to advance this Important flank
SITt ATION 4J the eastern bank of
the Mense Is rkansrJ, bnt here,
too, the artillery fire continues In.
tense, particularly near Vans anil
RISSIAK WARSHIPS are reported
active In the Black Sen, where Ike
T,0O-tn German atrauier Cnprr
nnsn, said to be loaded with food
staffs, has hern eeok off the Rou
manian coast, accordion to advices
from Hacharesl. Sluklnic of n
score of small aniline shtp also la
' PEACE STORIES
White House and State Department
Deny Report Germany Has Inti
mated Desire for Mediation.
NO BASIS FOR INTERFERENCE
WASHINGTON, March 22. Presi
dent Wilson was represented at the
White House today as being resent
ful of publication of stories that
Ambassador Gerard had reported
Germany was about to make a move
for peace. The published reports
were characterized as being based
on Inferences. The statement was
"President Wilson, through Secre
tary Tumulty, today authorized ' a
denial of stories appearing In papers
to the effort that the purpose of Am
bassador Gerard's remaining in Ber
lin was to await Germany'! proposal;
for peace. There la no Justification:
for that Inference being drawn."
Testerday the State department took
notice of the publications by denying that
Germany had intimated te the United
States that the time was ripe for the
United States, aa the largest neutral, to
renew its friendly of floes for peace, or
that the United States had been informed
that Mr. Gerard had been requested to
postpone his vacation because 'of pending
Unofficial reports reaching here today
said the ambaaaador actually had post
poned his vacation, but gave no reason.
' State Department's Statement.
The State department today again took
cognizance of the report and the follow
ing statement was lsued:
"Any statement that the German gov
ernment had Intimated that it desired
this government to tct as mediator in
neace negotlatlona or had In any way
suggested, formally or informally that
this government should take the matter
up with other powers Is absolutely with
out foundation, and the State department
has no Information that Germany Is pre
paring to make a definite move In the
direction of peace."
State department officials declared they
were resentful at the publication of the
reports because, they said, if there were
any prospects of mediation It would be
damaged. If not destroyed.
It Is known that the American am
bassadors in all the belligerent countries
have constantly been reporting on con
fidential conference for the Information
of President Wilson, and It Is understood
the burden of their reports has been that
there were no more prospects for peace
now than there have been at any time In
the last six months.
All the belligerents are understood to
be ready for peace on their own terms.
Fire in Oil Field
Near Drumright, Okl.
TL'FSA. Okl., March 23. Damage esti
mated at not leas than tl.omi.OiO was
uone In tl e oil fields near Drumright lait
nlKht, when a fire, starting In a pile of
refuse, spread to the wells. At inldnlRht
twelve wells were burning, twenty-four
derricks had been destroyed, and many
IhousnndH of barrels of oil In tankage
consumed by the flames. Without
means of checking the fire, oil men
feared that the loss would extend Into
many millions of dollars.
Missing Aeroplanes Too Small for
Effective' Work, Say Army Officers
KAN WKUO. Cel., March 22. United
Htales army fliers here awaited with an
xiety today definite news of Junior Mil
itary Aviators IMgar 8. Gorrell am Rob
ert N. Willis, Jr., who are reported mis
sin In Mexico. Hnth men received their
training at the North Inland school here,
as did Lieutenant Thomas S. Koaen, who
was injured by a fall In his machine near
Lieutenant lictiell is rated as one of
the clcvercm end most couaervatlve fliers
In the si lay. Lieutenant Willis Is one of
the yountiexi aviators ill the service.
All of the aeroplane hlcli fliiured in
j i -vf
NEW COLUMN MAY
BE SENT TO MEXICO
Expedition Will Advance
Wagon Road Running; South
from Fabrans, Texas.
TRAJJSrORT IS BIO PROBLEM
KL PASO, Tex., March 22. The
Mexican railroad problem again took
first place in public Interest on the
border today following a report that
the American military authorities
were contemplating sending a new
column into Mexico from Fabecs, ft
village thirty miles east of here.
It was stated that the . plan was
i.nder consideration as an alternatlvi
should General Carransa refuse tht
request of the Washington govern
ment for the use of the Mexico North
western railroad orer which to
transport supplies. .
Th report of the plan for an entry
from Fabena followed a conference be
tween General Boll and an American,
who la thoroughly familiar with that sec
tion of Mexlon. Genoral Bell declined to
discuss the report.
Hood W a axon Road.
From Guadeloupe across the border
ftom Fabens, one of the best wagon
roads in northern Mexico leads south
and southwest through Charcoa to the
lake region about Ahumada and El Car-
rlial. From Kl Carrlsal It follows the
Rio De Carmen to a spot scarcely fifteen
ml lea from Kl Valle, the most southerly
(Continued on Page Two, Column One.)
Prairie Fires in
Dozen Counties in
TOPBKA. Kan., March M.-Pralrie
fires were burning in a dosen western
Kansas counties early today. Although
no loss of life has been reported, many
houses ' have been caught In the fast
moving flames and pasture land have
been reduced to vast reaches of black
Podge City maintained a fire guard
all last night on the edge of the city
to check the flame which threatened
from the northwest. Six counties were
afire to the north and, west of that place.
Barton county reported a small blase.
Volunteer fire fighters worked all night
plowing fire-guard furrows, carrying
water and using every other possible
method to stop the advance of the
Agree Upon Draft of
-WASHINGTON, March ii.-A draft of
the protocol asked for by General Car
ranza to govern the operations of the
American expedition in Mexico was
agreed upon late today by acting Secre
tary Polk and'Ellseo Arredondo, Mexi
can amhassndor designate, It was for
warded at once to Carransa for approval
and Is expected to be In effect within a
SENATE VOTES TO DOUBLE
THE NUMBER OF CADETS
WASHINGTON, March 22.-The senate
today passed the Chambei'lsin bill to
double the number of cadets In the West
Point miliary atadrmy.
the Mexican expeditionary forces are lou
horscpower with tractors. At the time
they were purshaaed for the First aero
squadron, they were considered by avia
tion experts to be the .best obtainable
in this country for scounting work. With
pilot and observer, the biplanes could at
tain a maximum speed of eighty-three
miles an hour and could carry sufficient
fuel to last for eight hours flight at full
Amy aviators declaie. however, that
theae machines are too low horsepower
to permit of good reionnalsiance work
j among the swirly air conditions found
j among the jiwuintaina ef northern Mexico.
wm . .... ..
COME TO BORDER
All Are in Code and Army Officers
Refuse to Reveal the Con
tents or Discuss
ONE AVIATOR IS HEARD FROM
Missing Airman Descended South of
Casas Grandes His Name
THINK VILLA ELUDED PURSUERS
COLUMM'S. N. M.. Mirch 22.
Wireless communication with the'ad
vanced base of the American expedi
tionary forces at Casas Grandes was
restored today. Several messages,
all In code, were received, but none
gave word of the two missing lieu
tenants of the army aero corps.
Search for the missing men Is being
SAN ANTONIO. Tex., March 22.
One of the aviators missing from the
squadron tha went to join General
Pershing's column, descended some
where south of Casas Grandes, It was
learned at General. Funston's head
quarters tocjay. ills name was not
Earlier reports had indicated that
both came down somewhere, along
the line of communication between
the border line and Casas Grandes,
General Pershing's advanced base of
Reports today explained that one
reached Casas Grandes and was sent
south over the country In which the
three detachments of cavalry are
operating. No details relative to hir
disappearance were received.
General Pershing's failure to report an
encounter of his troops and those of
Francisco Villa, and the absence ot news
from Mexican source relative to the out
come ef the fighting between Villa's men
and Carransa' troops In the vicinity of
(Continued en Page Two, Column Three.)
Funston Thinks that
Pershing May Have
Met Forces of Foe
BAN ANTONIO, , Tex.. March , -Although
It was sixty hours at noon today
since General Pershing filed ' hi last
message regarding the disposition of cav
alry south of Casss Grande. General
Funston professed no anxiety as to the
welfare of any ot the troops.
The exact whereabout of General
Pershing' was unknown "at headquarters
here. It was considered probable he was -out
with' one of three detachment, away
from his wireless and In no position to
report. r ,
Whether the Carransa troop succeeded
In holding Villa near Namaqulpa, or
whether the detachment of American
cavalry that was riding toward that
point encountered him, were not known,
but General Funston believed it not un
likely that by this time the Americans
and Villa's men had met. Villa -wag re
ported to have had a superior force, but
General Funaton proteased confidence
that the smaller force of American would
be able to more than hold 1U own.
The moat, evident worry, of General
Funston was caused by. the new that
two of hi aviators. Lieutenant Oorrell
and Willis, are missing. He was deeply
concerned to learn their fate, ....
Of the two regiment now on their
way to the border, all but one battalion
will be sent into Mexico, Increasing Gen
eral Pershing's force by about 1,000 men.
One battalion of h Twenty-fourth
Infantry, a negro regiment which s at
Its full w strength and which re.
cently returned from the Philippines,
will be held' at tb border,
Repeated failure of the wireless sets
General Pershing hoe been using caused
the dispatch from here of Captain 1
Charles , DeF Chandler, of the signal
corps, to supervise their operation.
Telegraph wire between Torreon and
Pledraa Negras, opposite bagle Pass,
were cut today, according to a telegram
General Funston today reauested news
paper correspondents to deny again that
Villa's men had raptured machine guna
at Columbus or anything else, either
st Columbus or on the march south of
the border. Friends of the general have
written to htm expressing their sym
pathy over the "loss" of the machine
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