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Indianapolis State Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 18, 1903, Indianapolis, IndianaM of a a a it a i Over 100,000 circus Vyrion Tol. Xxxi no. 46. Do Diana Polis. Wedge sat morning. November 18. 1903. A a fifty cents a tear the Frenchman s Burden and in Africa alone Thoy Are Tho United states Proir. More ground in Asia than in South american possessions As the state of new York an Ibl Andl in the West Lillos in _ and the 3�th spas. Paris of Are thickly populated. In a More than co,000.000 inti Ataii the people on the t co of t a the Best of All Trio 1 Algeria. The Fri Iirth Quot they Are spend inc the i they Are Hulm inf ral the principal parts of. Already constr noted at Miles of Wason roads Are being improve my n any size has now its Fintry has a so f j p a aph ounces through messages Are sent Ever a Algeria has Alread recce. Us imports and mating jioo.000.000 a of this Trade is with fran look upon the Conli granary and Market i across the med terran fast steamers can Ren. L a hours and that the r a passage is Twenty Sci vegetables and tropics sent by the shipload thence distributed to France and even to 1 the time to Paris is in but nest lot my to about Alberia. It 1� Lui tries in Africa. Water. Irom the Pledl Terrane Rich soil and climates Timbuktu. These caravan routes i Ell Laid out As Railroad routes. Thi 10 special tracks but the guides iced a ire is i Rous French and and they aim f oases on the Way. Ripolls of the Northern is of Bisk a which is id from Algiers. Here rce foreign Colony no if troops a health. A Oasis is three Miles Ion Lau a half a mile wide i it is one of the Largel ases having a population in luding 1,000 Frene it 1,200 civil european and italians. The plat by for 3r its Dales of inn pro Duclus about by year. The Trees irrigated and each tree is sover neut. The French have an Cnnon Innon a the French Shuilai f the Western part of the trip Irons half Way across 1 hot. Ill Lush territories it Nik the French Congo versed from Dakar that of West of chief Ollices general news of the week Nat Goodwin the actor backs Clear the Arena at Jamaica and wins $5,000. Bear clique in Wall St. Attacks St. Paul locks but the raid is successfully met. Great Northern Railroad borrows of or clan Bankers $7,250,000 Tor two years at Kals item by the dread that he will die of the malady which carried away b father. Pope plus at his first Public consistory Kes mgr. Merry Del Val and four oth six Miles in an hour and forty one minutes Landing safely in Paris. Senator Hopkins of Illinois probably will be chosen to succeed senator Jones on the finance committee. Department of Justice is Apprll of Foi a pen Udu Lent land entries in Cai Ifoma. Arson is suspected at Albia ia., where two fires break out simultaneously and destroy 250,000 Worth of property. Senator Hoar has introduced a Bill setting aside u0,000,000 acres of Laad to provide Homes for worthy unfortunates. A ally after the Long de Hyghe every Visio Spring Leid 111., City Council held by Snoga Creighton without authority to order dismissal of suits against gamblers by City attorney is not City s suit. Confirmation of Gen. Leonard Wood s nomination As major general will be considered in the open session of the military a flairs committee next thursday senator Hansbrough has introduced a Bill calculated to facilitate business in the Senate by doing away with the ancient customs which take up much time. President Harper in addressing educators at the University of Chicago says to expects that fifth and Lexth years will be added soon to High school courses. To Micai developments in the federation of labor convention in Boston indicate that probably All the old of ulcers will be re elected. William Shields special Deputy sheriff hired by Chester w. Chaps a Brooklyn. N. V. Millionaire to guard his game preserve shot by poacher l United states consulate at Barranquilla stoned by colombians because of Panama secession fifty officers deported from Panama for refusing allegiance. President Roosevelt s decision not to bar non Union labor criticised at american federation of Jib or convention on As Quot slap in face Quot for working five thousand Birmingham r ounce Chamberlain s Festal throats to break up the meeting material lie. Several Hundred is Allt i Moi led with St. i land of 1 of the e and Vali. Is of the it is kicked Ert of a my Loloi by the Sandy Sahara. Its d Large As that population comp of whom three French. The natives i a with an Admix to i Gerocs. The by Ratie As our own. Iney Are Luu very industrious. The French them a a a labourers and with their Aid Are set Mhz out vineyards Olive Groves and Orchards. A ii they also cultivate the soil for them elves raising Rich crops of wheat and "iw.circalb. Of Pennsylvan Prises about of e Hundred the Are berbers a lire of moors a Rhos belong t a Al go. If the chief exports of Algeria is if which 27,000,000 pounds Are existed in Hloch the a Palms i Peckally throughout the oases of the Sahara. In Algeria the French have materially improved the condition of the people. They have established primary schools in every part of the country and also schools of higher education and communal colleges. There Are students in the primary schools about 6.000 in the High schools and a Large number in the Coll ties. ,.\bont $1,000,000 is now being annually spent on education. The capital of Algeria i lolis. It is the Taining about Ico a a i Erakly smaller than important in commie French have spent n the Harbor and in 1 a Long pier has Bee largest steamers Cai a danger. Great wan of alg e. Been and 1 Bulmon look and Al Tunisia which 1� Rry univ 1 Luke Chad and thei Ine across the Salia Niles of this Road Hai Louis in Senegal West Dahomey is hot 10 French Congo the French Ca singly. Dahoma coast in Lime ily been a a will be Stead Are being built in and also from St. Ward colonies Are in and Valarious noted for its never develop ice labor. They Tang it Plantation to France the Amerl i Ings a High. A Fri Cotton there for be Cotton is Beer. A and 1 am told Price in Europe been Laid out in the elsewhere. The labor than a 20 lol Onles the hold his beat in the Senate fore that body. Report by the tax Commissio Milwaukee shows that the City Hai property that does not pay taxes 1 assessed for taxation. Nasonal Bureau of labor has plated statistics showing that if Llyl has i. In the eds russian and Imperial chinese troops Are reported to have fought. The russians claim to have believed that the chinese troops were merely robbers. Unexplained explosion destroys the new York dog Pound. Injures five men. One probably fatally and kills hundreds of dogs confined in the place. Recent experiments again demonstrate that in order to get the Best beef cattle must be bred with special reference to their meat producing qualities. Czar s visit to Germany and France results in giving the Lamsdorff party Ascendancy in the russian Council and tends toward a peace in the far East. Senator Hopkins introduces a Bill calling Ifor a naval of ulcer and Surveyor of the port of Chicago to facilitate the clearances and settlement of dues. James o Grady fraternal Delegate from England arouses enthusiasm in the labor federation Conven Uon in Boston by proposing an International Alliance. A Mitchell int Rodu Bill it Lon to be held in Portland ore., in Kab. Physicians have ordered the Kaiser to refrain from talking Riding and eating highly seasoned foods and drinks. Reports from the Palace Are of a cheerful miss Mary Collins for twelve Vears a teacher in the Chicago pubic schools in. Ters the Mother House of the Sisters of Charity at mount Carmei Iowa As s Novice. Lake Bluff thirty two Miles North of Chicago is recommended by Secretary Moody and a Spuccia commission As tin in of Indiana Harbor Appeal steel company to withdraw wage reduction that a strike Lent closing of the Mills May speaker Cannon appoints represent Tive Boutell to the ways and Means coi Mittee which will consider the Bill Gigli effect to the cuban treaty. This Bill introduced by or. Payne. Fail River mass., Cotton manuf ctn ers Cut wages 10 per cent. Other Cei ters Are expected to follow this Lead us til �,000 operatives arc affected a stalk though possible. Is unlikely. Frederick Rankin superintendent i higher things Commerce comm Sist wheat blockade of the United set also of the Peni pie on the isthmus express n Lieving it part of a political a Dent Roosevelt formally recely ister of Panama. A Compisi of agreement by which of is to be transferred to �111 in All prob Abili by Ilii. C., nov. 12.-m, la can Cal repro Republic of Panama Orrow by presiden Complete practically a eco Netlon of Thi e. Recognizing it. In Jure government As i on led As the Daho meantime the it need its Effort to e isthmus by Adels Lent to receive Gen. Native of Colombia real recognition of and an extended con by Hay late yester alls of his approach ranged and it is bus for a canal treaty chairman Hanni National commute the members to m dec. 11 to choose a Lac the rep Bali issued a Call 1 Washington and time for vent Loi National it Lon of the w. T. U. Is formally opened in Cincinnati and mayor Fleischmann is not invited to extend the City s Welcome because he operates a distillery. Members of the Chicago federation of labor gather in the City Hall in order to Block franchise negotiations and to Start a Campaign for municipal owner step of Street railways. All a Celvi three weeks. The ask for a strip Tei under a perpetual petted that m. Buly rules Panama. Asked a tidally of tha Varilla who sign whates and to. Ral Days a great e closing stands in ent . In try Elx schools and a proportion and on the Ivory Ade Chile five we right coloured on my Palm Oil Foi Ell gov i been established umber in Dahomey. All these colonies Europe. They buy Beils knives and Rubl it or. Palm see it is a together the Quot i Paris than j prevails at a Western Algeria thriving City in 1 French Quarter. Adjoining Alge now under the protect. Has an african Bey As but it in the French governor who tolls. Him How to act and handles the Cash. A. Creat Many improvements Are being made a there since the French took charge of the i i country. The canal which has been built i a a nesting the City of Tunis directly with the Bra has greatly improved Commerce a and today there Are Large wharves along the Banks of the canal equipped with lifting engines cranes and port a railways. Tunis is the biggest City on the african Seaboard and its Trade is with to parti of tha medium Ranegan sea and ?. A a a Peou ily Europe. It is connected by no Larny with Algiers and Oran and by caravan with All parts of the Sahara. population of Tunisia is almost two in -.,Rumona consisting chiefly of bedouin re arabs. Berbers and about 60,000 jews i five there Are also 40,000 frenchmen and 82.000 ii Vother Tore liners. Of whom s7,000 Are ital education there. They have a 35 ult eyed a Large number of schools ti6i , and in the Interior have Oto or Inary a shools of which one third Are a a take Hong girls the bulk of the Popula Mohammedan and these go i Large Exten Ihling. 600 Miles of railway iral thousand Miles of Telegraph it has a Small Trade with the states ten Days being required of from Tunis to new York. One of the Queerest possessions of Thela. The desert of Sahara. They to own the whole Western halt of vhav1ng a territory about halt As Large a the. United state proper comprising a Hii shreds of oases and the Best caravan Matei. X big Trade la carried on across of French Sahara from the Rich coun a of the Soudan South of it to Algeria is Tunisia and it is now proposed to i Railroad Over these Sandy wastes in Railroad will be about As Long a knew Toroc to Salt Lake. It will go a Mediterranean southward into i Abata and will then Branch out of avg Oluff to Lake Chad where it will a h a line to Dah Oisey and the d the other going in a South dare Cotton to Timbuktu and of the upper niger. The Road be More than a military one c 1a, doubtful whether it would pay j expenses. All Trats Lacrois the de Vertu by Kii the Hetata. Are raised especially a Ghung and there is a regular a of Reed Luff them. For caravan Are freight an Lala and Lunglai Quot the latter a it Ili Ood a Dale. Or Elln to Cashel u wort Boosi in the and Alsi might by Arab my at a Ica who tie Island of mad High plateau with a fringe of i healthy ind the edges its chief port be Tamatane on the East coast and the capital is Tana Narvo in the heart of the plateau. The French Are building a Rall a Oad from one to the other. It will be Iver a Hundred Miles Long and thirty Flea Miles have already been built. Tananarive stands on a Ridge five Hundred feet High in the Center of a Rich farming country. It has comfortable two who form its chief population have Many people of the Publ i. Ised by the French of legals who nth of France has a by Gascar alone is York to Chicago Washington City it is Reu Bland Empire. Madi s Long As from new and As wide As from it Boston. Just a Isla a a Rhode Island which also below _ France. It is noted for its plantations a of Coffee Vanilla and spices. Northwest 0 Madagascar Are the Comoro islands am the Island of Mayotte All very Rich i sugar Vanilla and Coffee and in the was indies Are a number if islands a quasi valuable. The chief of the West India islands Are Guadeloupe and the French also own the state of Frene Frank g. Carpenter. Copyright 1803. By Frank g. Carpenter this City. Died. She tas seventy one years old. . Elizabeth Ploe or aged sixty two. One of the Best mown women of the City died suddenly. Evansville one store and three esl Dences at porters iii Dubois county Here destroyed by fire. Loss ,000. With o insurance Marion Forrest sheeley aged none Een lost his right forearm while work no with a com shredder. Tho Accident occurred near Fairmount. The Arm was rushed to the Elbow and was amputated. Crawfordsville David m. Hicks of Newmarket while Riding on a Wagon loaded with Brick Tell off and the wheels passed Over his head causing death in a Short time. He left a widow and five children. Elwood forty members of Tho pathfinders together with the degree Tara from Ico Komo were hero thursday night As guests of the local Lodge and initiated a class of fifteen candidates a banquet followed the work. Evansville the three year old child of Kettle of boiling Chocola Thi it received Burns a will Hartford City since the City has become noted for its absence of crime and Jearly Tow arrests have been made aty Council reduced the night police from two night of ulcers to one. Henry Reynolds was dropped Tho Force and in the future this City will be policed by City marshal Nelson Worley and night officer Henry Byars. Delphi the town of Camden eight Miles East of this City is about to incorporate Camden has a population of about 800. The business men Are pushing the proposition from a business standpoint. They say it will give them an Opportunity Jones Norou William Boro aged fifty was seriously haps fatally injured by being or in he i place on a Wago log Tho Timber passed entirely it Dent occurred farm five Miles Paoli mrs. P prominent bund near Bonds thai cult of Allani a Chain broke. T jmj right. The retort courteous. From the Baltimore Sun. A Baltimore girl who has been living in California for several years and who has Recentio returned Home has brought with her a number of stories of the ways of Tho Quot Heathen Chinee Quot As he appears to the dwellers on the Pacific coast thinking that her laundry Man could understand Pigeon English Only the girl from the Ethete East addressed him on the occasion thus Quot me no Lukee my washes Blought Home i Day. Me Lukee Washee thursday. Why do you no. Bling be Washee thursday 1 and the chinaman to her Complete disc comb Turki replied Quot Madame 11 was not convenient after that ill Story Days nothing til tha Moat. Irre which the phys Cia fatally. L Nion City a letter received Here marshal Walto from a Washington d. Requests information As to the Prev residence of mrs. Mary a Surtzer v formerly lived Here. She is the Mother Lieut. J. R. Lewis and As Euch a legacy awaits her. Portland the Hunan Wescott Conj Pany which has been engaged in the mercantile business Here during the past three years announced on Friday that it will go out of business. The company Here from Bloomington ind. And has been very successful. A Winchester Ici Zeiman Bros of Muncie have just begun the erection of a Large office built Flag Hare which will be used by them for the Large of lace Force kept Here by them in looking alter the business of the a Winchester coiled Spring Fence company. Richmond Amos Quot a. Butler. Secretary of the Board of state charities and Carrie g. Wexford. A member visited the Eastern insane Hospital for tha insane Star Day and on Friday wore at the Wayne county poor farm. They were Well pleased with Jie new building Tor men. Which will be dedicated sunday afternoon. Shelbyville Paul c. A Williams of the Union state Bank of Morristown has settlement with county treasurer Lee for the taxes of Hanover township which were paid into the Bank of which he is a representative paid Over to Tho count 224.93. body of George Kroush will be interred at this Liaci arrived from Little Kock. Ark. Kroush was an Early settler of Perry county and lived Here the greater part of his Lite. He was eighty two years old he went to live with a daughter at Little Rock about a year ago. Connersville the local order of Elka Haa about completed arrange i for the memorial services which will be held in the Andre theater sunday after noon dec. 6. A. Chipman of Ander sop will deliver the address. Since Thi this. Day a piled a and cd Bora of . West of Aronia so Tadler . Faiman it hit my to tar at Imei Hald anindlgna., Adirim we with Toddi Wagon band. She i body. Tho acc is dead As a Wagon loaded on the loaded a its of her Hus the pre 1 with her. Tho Tea started suddenly and threw her on hot head. She struck a Stone fracturing h Skull. Alexandria on tuesday Avenir the modern Woodmen of Elwood w bring their team and a candidate to the City where he will be initiated aft which the lodges will Fra Terze in a Sod Stralon. The traction lines in this sect ii have proved the greatest fraternal old that the societies have had and every week brings to the City visitors Fiot town lodges. Lafe Yetty sister member of the order of St. Francis lit on n. Eighteen id received a fracture of the left leg Home. The marshal refused to go. Anil Bell arrested him took Oft his Star and placed him under quarantine. Then e ordered All schools lodges and Church a closed until the course of the disease i checked. Urbana Frank Lester superintend it of the Home Telephone company was most instantly killed by falling across King on a pole. The 1 front of his own Home and his wife to whom a had been married but two weeks was a witness of her husband s tragic death. The body of the electrocuted Man was discovered hanging across the wire by Ray Stephens who at once notified the officers. The Powe and tackle used to lower Ite position an Wabash a been organized with a membership of fifty. It is know As the columbian and include most o the prominent male residents of the Tow in its membership Roll. Handsom red Tor the or j shut off and a Block the body from i e wire local club Hai just 8. The offic. E. V. Is it Fleming. Ruc Day morning when it is e operation will be begun. Both will be conscious. Euc Alne a local Anaesthetic Aid to have no bad effect on Del be used and the patients 1 during the open ,111 1 Quot the men will probably ther Quot said or. Nelden Quot for they wll Ead to head during Tho seven Days 1 will probably cover the period req Complete grafting Tho Only to feared is that of Erysipelas the room in which the men will be 1 plenty of steam heat and to who said he had lost his All i picture of rare value in rubbish. Pro to the cuban reciprocity me , p. V. 16.-in the Republican Vale cd Reso clock on thursday. Isle suppl the demo spoke against the adopted the Rule i a vote of Volding for the cuban my Oft a vote Tor 4 sent to the Houm of the correspond lers relating to to Btu fas it was called by nov. 9. The papers committee of Tor us read of the minority of the ways it is sinc a by repro liar be Williams Otmis of Virginia. Of be York. Valuet work Century ado of Al free a of Terri ibo i the in a to St Anthony s Home the new inst ged people in ferry St Bister Marka who was with sister Arementia fell into the pit hut escaped with be bruises. The pit is thirty feet deep. Hartford cite a Council of Royal and select master masons numbering fifty was instituted Here by Joseph l Shumacher of Indianapolis grand Illus a ious master. There were visiting masons from nearly ail Tho surrounding cities and after Tho work there was a grand banquet. The masonic Lodge of Lis Clov has increased its membership lore this fall than Ever before in its Hla Hagerstown into Matlon has been Ecel Ved at the local Post office to the effect that the third Rural route will to established Here on Jan. 1. It is not known who win be selected car Lei it has been Learned that three of Thi Phi cants have been recommended. Among the three is miss Mattle cheese graduate of the Hagerstown High school who Hopes to be appointed to the position. remaining out All night the jury in the Litsinger murder trial announced that it could not reach diet and was dismissed. The jury stood nine for acquittal arid three for conviction. Letsinger s Bond waa fixed at 13,000. Which he promptly gave Leta Lnger and Dannis Butcher engaged in a quarrel Bogie s mine near Laa Orvllle on the ital of last june and Letsinger shot Andla it anti killed Butcher. _ 1 to amp Hazu spam Dunc rapidly a at. Carton a North of j the Towaf if Ettalily Wuinn Una Una. To it halt la Ohl Cerion the Tonji bans in Makiri James Taylor Chart. Elwood Jho annual Ball go the police department Here was thirty visiting officers being prefer Kokomo Marlon Alexendrin Anderson Muncie and Logansport the affair was held in Tho Apollo and 260 coi pies participated in Tho grand Marc which was led by supt. J. N. Nuzum at wife of Tho local department follow i the Ball a Fine banquet was spread i Tho visitors. The department will Lei More than 500 on the Ball to he applied to Tho Purchase of new uniforms. Lawrenceburg a Fine horse Wai stolen wednesday night from the pasture of p. B. Hiett a Farmer residing Nea enl lord this county. The animal i about flt teen hands High a Light sorrel with Bald face and Sliver mane and tall. The Guilford detective association ofter a Reward of 10 Tor the recovery of Thi horse and <50 Tor the capture of the thief. The stealing of Hiett s horse is the first a predation of this kind committed in Dearborn county for several years. Marion prot. Henry Clayton principal of the thirteenth St. Ward school building was arrested upon an affidavit filed in Justice Weesner s court charging him with assault and Battery. The inferred by Rose Dunathan aged Touren a Pupil under his instruct the child because of a Throat at Fil cuon is unable to sing. The teacher alleged to have become angered when the girl did not sing with other members it the class and it is charged that he knocked her from her seat by striking the head with his fist Muncie Delaware county has a probation officer but has no place to confine juvenile prisoners. Two boys. Ray Jones Agneil twelve and Elmer Evans thirteen were arrested for robbing the till of a fish and produce House. The boys confessed and were turned Over to miss wll Helmina Wallace probation officer. She Haa no place to keep them and has been forced to pay Tor their lodging and Board out other own pocket. The Law prevent their being taken to the county jail. J special meeting of the police com Mussli Raab is Prodahl of Milan. Bela a value placed father Schnell and according to artist the work of Paul Bila anted from 1410 to 14jll. On the picture is s�o500. Lame into Possession of t can used tons is of seeing Tho picture on of the old Cannelton Chapel. Son ago he attended a Church Dedolci his Home town and found the among rubbish thrown out for he asked for it because of its familiarity to him its probable Worth it a few weeks ago. In artist Raab i i has been called to cons Dei Atio Delphi a Little Glria named Leathe Utley seven years old whose parents hive in South Delphi had a narrow escape from death while on her Way t school from her Home near the Cath iii cemetery. She started across the Road near the Entrance of the cd memory it there a was a buggy going on a Wagon with a team of heavy work hor8es Thi thei both Drivers were driving at. I fast y the. Buggy passed the Little Del not a enc the Swakon lit pm in behind the Huny Tower Oak the and right in front of the team i t on a fast prot she wast map big increase in the Standard Oil dividend. New York. Nov. 16.-the Standard Oil company of new Jersey has declared dividend of s12 per share payable dec. Next to stockholders of record of in i. This is an increase of $2 from the dividend declared at this time a ago. Tho dividend will cause a Kisbi i gallon in Tho la s has re r weeks. I minority Lilly should be Amend the clause which pro All be no reduction on countries while the Jund also striking out i refined sugar. The its shall not he adopt inc passage of the Bill Urra. Because we think e Dune by its passage to the evil which will ire to take advantage to diminish the Power in the duties sugars from shall appear t y reciprocal in Loloi be Toi Only to. All. In e Hall it a a a reciprocity Tri aties t especially those on Keiit. And notably c North the Dominion .1 pro Han no process at Larb Lnger of future the other countries be american Contr neighbor to the if Canada. Death of Little German Princess Elizabeth 1 apostle is confident he win be allowed to Reulon seat Berlin nov. 16.-Princesb Elizabeth the eight year old daughter of the grand Duke of Hesse died at . Poland this morning. The Little Princess had accompanied her father who escorting the Czar and Darmstadt to Russia. The Princess had Long been a Bon Contention Between the grand Duke the grand Duchess of Hesse who an forced. From things that went wrong. Prom the Chicago Tribune. Archibald Henry Harris a Young Man who for a year or More had been sending stories to magazines Only to have them returned to him with kind notes from Tho publishers explaining that his efforts. While full of Merit were unfortunately not available for their use. Was in de Pali Quot a Irwi not a Pic tic Jarly Good one am is knew in ills own mind that it Fzli Fai a Uit Citlai Darj h. Had set for him. Washington. D. A. Nov. 16.�?Senate Smoot of Utah does not seem to be at a _. Dismayed at Tho flood of remonstrances i against him that have been pouring into \ a he Senate from All parts of the country Quot within the past week. A i am not in Tho least worried about the i x j to said. Quot i know i am right a it i and there is no just pretext for unseating me except because i am a mormon. I am not a polygamist and that feature we Clr entered into the Roberts trial. Reiml Tang it in the loss Tor him of his seat in the i Quot Quot House Carnot figure in my Cas regarding Tho charge that he took a be ii Cret oath As a mormon apostle Walchi would interfere with the provision a of has oath As a United states senator he said Quot i have taken no secret oath to thels Church recognizing it a Superior country there is no secret oath adral tfx a estered and no distinction is made by.<1 Church regarding an Alliance apostles and other members. Quot of i am unseated any member of i mormon Church May be unseat Edil because hels Audmon. Ism Nota a Aalst and am willing to have my a Lulfs Laid Hare to the? before tar world not. I it to can say hat to ,havs.4

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