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Hard Time Dance
Stevens and Manley Hall
S'EDNESI)AY EVE, MARI'H
Nellie Heagy Sievers Orchestra.
Finest music and finest floor in
town. Admission 50c and 25c
qxtra lady. Si,. cash prizes
SAY YOU SAW IT IN B(ILLETIN.
W. F. DUNN
Candidate for Mayor, Democratic Ticket
Asks the Co-Operation of Every Honest,
Decent Person in Butte
The affairs of the city of Butte are in a deplorable condition.
For many years-with one exception-Butte has been cursed
with administrations intent only on plunder, content to "pass
the buck" to posterity.
The various pity governments have served the autocracy of
Silver Bow county well. They have kept the machine intact
at the expense of the people until today, in Butte, thousands of
citizens have determined that never again shall a man on whom
rests the slightest suspicion of connection with or sympathy
for the ruthless interests that have almost ruined Butte be
mayor of this city.
I am a candidate for the office of mayor. I believe I can
administer the office, better than most of the men who have
held it, and of one thing I am certain.
It is that the seat of the city government will, if I am elected,
be restored to the city hall.
It will not be located in any other building.
I desire to be the servant, not the master, of the people and
I want the advice and co-operation of every honest, decent
person in the city of Butte.
We wish to make Butte a city for whose government we do
not need to apologize, a city that is governed for the people
who live in it and not for and by any special interest.
I have been accused of being somewhat radical, and it is
probable that I am, but it takes some strength of character to
be a radical these days, and that same strength of character
that has been developed in a fight for what I believe is right,
will be used, if I am elected, in giving the people of this city
a clean, honest, efficient and just administration of the city's
Those affairs are in such shape that none but fools would
be optimistic. The task of putting the city on its feet is a
difficult one, but I will do the very best I can. One cannot do
more. W. F. DLIUNN.
If You Can't Come, Phono
biol ft.sh 1-9-8-5 8 'si I
c·as. h I lil I)llt u lt
(al.l'ry, (ftret l h frol
otoay, doz. cCAR H Y'S un),
5_c,. 64 EAST BROADWAY i,. _ _..
No. 5 hoxes fresll, crisp graha .r';i1 r1 .i......... $1.10
2 lbs. Tree( tea. extra s ecial ............... .....------- ......---- ... 98c
"'('omo" fanify Ipatent flor, lput u1p 1y the RuIssell
Miller Milling (o., extra quality; 98-lb. seks .... $6.10
98-1b sacks "Rex" fancy hig h plltent flour. just like
we used to have befoire the wlr, fr - -. ...-$6.00
No. 5 ,ans of "crrant ani d apple" jelly, extra
special ..............-...-...................... $1.35
) -gflloli kegs sweet ''1100(1 Hirer ' cider to---- - $6.00
5-gallon kegs sweet "lood River" cider for. .....$6.00
Our flour splecial is the talk of our "friends" and
No. 10s pure goveriinmieiit inspected lard, extra
special ..-------. ...----------------------------------.. ... $2.75
5-lb. cans of Royal Club1 (.,ffee( (worth 51)Oe lh.), extra
5-1b. cans AI. J. B13. coffee tfresh front the rouster..$2.35
.: lbs. extra fine blended coffee ...............................$1.00
SAY YOU SAW IT IN T'i'llL" Ii:llTI IN.
ments express your
ideas. With GOOD PRINTING you
are sure of the best results.
Let us co-operate with you in selection of stock,
coinposition, and cuts, to make your ads or cir
culars more attractive.
The same careful aliention given ti large or gmall jobs.
THE BUTTE DAILY BULLETIN
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
.. d ir .:}.
The primary election takes
place Monday, March 24.
The polls open at 12 noon and
close at 7 p. in.
The offices to be filled are:
A Police Magistrate.
An Ahlderman in each of the
Each voting place shoudhl be
watched carefully during the vot
ing anld the countillg.
$100 reward will be paid to any
one proving we do not put in the
best mainspring for $1. Mayer, 37
iNorth Main street.-Adv.
lire doi troyed Ihe tie.h t ofi'i. ;ii
the th.osall jarl: yest.rlay
nioon. Had it not 1 )'1 for a
response o)l tihe p)at(i of the li ti lc nl:,
the flamesi. i'anutd y Ia win l, \ewou[l
have reached thie gCranlir(l;nd. 'Thi
los,1 War lall. A ,, fA i 0 :uti.- 1.
the dlP.t"' tlnOint \ 1: c al5 t] o t11 I ,
stimoliher flinies which haid s~lrted in
a barn at Mi in a;nd (ltlen;l Stre((..
it, is thought to have barn 1o !;rted b:
boys. It ;is . xtilngui:Slh Id .i ,t ,,
l:li:n ll "'.
Al int I to of iiit' l t';lllI nt cil.
11irb ii r Ib ld]hing thin ! v enl n, ail ,
1o'clock. 'T i oe il t:: on 1 . u iiii(ltitul
'regardin' g th li' lirk;: 1d11 jdhe s of5
btln app"llointedI, will'l ble un idered.
'.he slayers of John Shea. C ..
Manos and llaini. llTi 'Ihoias hae n. to
been atpprehondtd, and ('hieh of l'o.
The young son of George E. Daoi
of hellena. i popular ' alesmian for t oll I
Minnc ap.olis P'aper , on tlany. (i ,s i
buried at lelcnh yesterTl ais . 11:h.r t
death rsaultedl from influenza.
Mrs. M'ary SullivSn, 1 o East Con
day at noon. Funeral ainotn 1cent11 i
Willieo Collins. the^ -oor-old son
of Nir. and Mrs. George Collins of To
boggl an ett'iue. Walri r''illi'. w as run
lover by the W.aulkcrtillt hlTi'rcnttil
delivei'ry agton, having hit legs painl
hlly ine jured.
should se that the whole ftmily itk
It caost tli'ree or four doses of Thor
ough purifying, systeii-c(leansing
medicine ,this spring. Now is the
happier and get along better if lthe
blood is given a thorough purifying,
annd the gillierms of winter, acts uutlllt -i
ed ini the system, driven away. l- ll
lister's ltoclky Mountain Tea is onel
of the very best m. surtiest spring c
medicines to take. Cot it and ise t
the dif ference it th e lwh e famiily.
Their Ticl'r w' ill h te fo rI thei 1i el r
dIinjit lee an i weill and happy. 1 a ily,
rit hugr St.tor. - Aidv.
(Spei! Una'itaed Prd Wire.)
S'tci tlpi. March 17. L.retti.-;t
to i t Itav ci fpt ie d I'tanon bt g I
irotil ht :l'e vili troops, ac watrditg tof
- -----'- -
in (Cast Pery .ssia, 47 toiler stil.ti nest
(Sp itil I' nihted lt-ress W ite.
Zli ch, ,larcit 17.-f' ( le Ati ll t for.
the union of Atstrie ani d Georf any tli
tpassed its third rea it g, a Viic r ii in
l'uts, llarTlhe funriale ougs h I)nily.
Zoitung sayN and l agre Dienll hoas blni
srigoned by rpresent rtivet of variu
er'man states wherebyn they re-ll
nuncei t heir rilghts, particul.arly r
llardOg ring m ary questions. lii
AI) RE AND FUNERALS
Iorllal 'T.'he funteral of Dennis,
son of M. and Mrs. Dennis HollNand,
residence 315 Past Summit seet.
Interment in Holy Cross cemetery.
Alinte di-The remnt1ains of the In.t.
at Duggan's undertaking parlors. i'S
neral announcement later.h i
tReliable Undertaker and Embrlalmer
at'2 North Main Street
IRE .NTt NCTI GHT.
31eQuaid-The arrangements fo. i
the funeral of Wiltliam l cQuaid, who'
died Saturday, have not beln cont
pleted. The remains are at Dani&ils
& rilboa's undertaking parlors. 1"u
naral announcement will be 'ire10
alater.nd ItN A
the funerltl of the late oDavid W.
nunf emhent 2woilnce latives l.
Anto and narriage eaqulpment
UlNDERTAKERt and palo -RS
Automobile anl Oi hier. lment
Broadwly ande e a al m7
OPENS HE[AD ARTERS
Nonpartisan Club Cam
paign headquarters have
been opened at 11 South
Montana street. All work
ers and friends who desire
to restore the city hall to
the people are invited to
LATEST UNITED PRESS
(SIpecial United Press Wire.)
Paris, March I 7.-.In .11 iArian
freight train ranlii off ;IIa emtilanklimnit
nlear Slinizaire, killing Iso .mt ii(,uanis
ntd injuring the entint ls airi fire -
(Special United t'irss Wii.)
i Stockholn, Mahtich I 1-Martialn
ilw .i. as extended tio distrlicits Ineari
terlin, di.spatches d.th.i. nThe citly
'was c plllaratively Haquicr Satur ia
(Special United I'lres WVire.)
_uriclh, March I t--.nother at
ltempt was made to aiwnsinate LI
ile, sais a Berlin dispatch. ie w.as
sht.t at in Moscow, b|Iu tas nIO
.wounde1 . The, wool-he assassin i .as
(Special United Press Wirie.)
Seville, March 1It.--Tio wthere
killed nld severalll woltlld durinlg ai
-iot following organized heckling of,
speakers at a Ipoilitical 11tiltinug in
bull rinig here'. T''e police charged
the distuiell s, i creating pInilic.
UP AGAINST LEAGUE
( SClpiail luniled I'r. g Onire.)
\r 'ang hiittlou , March 17.I -A cleut
majoriy i ill (i l iSt l niate is p lieg d to
tilt ag !inst tl I l iite of intlil
cottstitutii unlgg --.is ito tt: l t, litngvl
opponents hl av(e declan l ,d. It is, said
i dIrtni ei(,l s t alivi c rili Ir or ll orli
irivaltely declareht d opeptt)ilto tior i I h
mpactin in ts presenti firl. byth
o ie republic'ns t d IiiOni ly on S w-ll
lid aritg inst tlhe Co oltnalni. Thi:n: li l.
"l2, i5 t lhre ti o iiail : 1 cliif.orily at
(Coti iimlld 'rom Page One.)
briing about ;! e rom tuoiiv bet] Wt\it
flit shipowtler's ;111(1 strilktrs, acting
in the rolol el i o f diator, tohiih hi a
untel d i urli .r 'in h n day. 'ti.it it rn
d niind full pay for the pdist tris n iti
during which il y ihave biee idl h . Sir
IRoginail suggst'lid to tihe s:hinu l
lor that tRhe li n I)ti paid 'frtil da.y .
The owgniors rIfuritd to co.silit -ia
'nd(er the dtre( iis. d b1y the
iiv t mrlle nt fli ll tire llhitcr se wili
t1-.nt i.s in loadlil tO Iird unloadint i -
thipis in the harb er. It is p irovidet
that all vessels ra ( i',i ng io ii) t thei
srt.te of tilt government shall
teat t tie ltprt. 'The nwn ei tiployed
on il worll t willlt t ede o in ot'rl -
iar l d kig t hen u iuate ffe;t aprice.
Th, d[, ,rltte ibeei,l te tfftet'iv, thisi
morning. The government says it. has
eiolgh illt n to n llaii le ficie t s'rlv
'Th Ireamblh to thie lldecree say:!
that it is impollisible to permil it . fur
ther prolongation of the port strikte
be t.tse i is ai del rimei t to the wioi-.
far' of th.th count ry o
Labor "lead'ers" thle world over
are finding it ioe difficult eacih day
to serov two -llild ive H.
ray you saw it advertised in the
In thei distric .oco rt of the Stlrcona(
Judicial distric(t of tihe state io f
Mont Ioiala, inl andi( for th1oe eotiy of
In th( malllllr r O. f the estate ofli
tChoarles ). lure, deceasd.
Notice is heii-ry given the t inc
toursuano e to nill ofsaid o th-c io\-'t,
tntitel aourt , mit iiri os e tire 12th da'i
of March, 1919, in the matter ai f thert
ostato t of Charr i I). MeLure, err
tteaslid, the oil rton eignrerdr, the Ixecu-I
tor of htre last w 1i of said o-hdentI
will ,ell at iriitale, sale to the &iXolI
zakin, 'thNo 4 ii t offer ahld urt'j-.
Silver ]low ia itly, Montana, all t ,i
right, title, i --,,i and estate of thr
enaii Chairlir i). \ SrLitre, deceascd. atn
the 1iiii) ot liu dliath, and all liii'
rigrht, tll, -lo i ut-n-est that the saint
estate ha:; tii (r-ration of law oi
oihii rwi.r, ntequ-ii-i other that), or iil
idrtiinin to th:Ii of the said Chli:rt s
D. ,le uri.. at th( timne of his di.rhh
in rud ti or-lle ruinired Fifty Thirr
mand It ,i iti!i) :ihares of the caulit:
stock of ihi. ter-ade Sliver Mine.:
and XMill,. i- -..ir-ation, organi it
ann i-si- ii..g id.T the laws of iii-,
" -, ni ; -ml auditions of sale: "ei
(lit) pr ii aiti t of the purr-Irla
nill-o y lii t, i l, il the day of sal-,,
aln p ih t tioi ll f .n- (15) per citet
tm n ran (lii-..iutn of sale by ili
said districr .il-i, and twenly-fie'
iiay t; I' ni Ih, of conllrittatiorr,
andI l- balai,,r nil or before six t.s
l i rt-iih.s fr i !~e date of conlit-tnia
\Ill.1.IAM R. MeLURE
1;x-11t,0 "of the last will of
('hairi' u. NI'eLure'deeeased.
1)atrac Jl1ll~cL 1.', 181#ýt"
CUTTS RUNNING TRUE
Continued on Page Throe)
ments before lihe citizens, of this
W.ill you al'c'ept lhis fair off'er, MIr.
(utts, or must the public p l:talog ('oll
aIs aI 'oWlrl'd as we(ll ira lair?
As a fI lurther illlllll'llent, 1Mr.
Cutts, to get (cll to Itlpulic'ly debate
tile statemellnts ilontiltlted inll 0ur
pumphlet, "lii (Guard," the friends of
W4. F. )Dullt will coltribiute $1). to,
y' ra)I pa' l ig';;llllill f'u d f'or eVe('ry s'tate
nient colltaiihld -in that pli phllll|t tlilfat
you prnoe tRo be true, providiztgg Toll
will contri lute $.i t1o thlie iunln i llil
state'tltts he disproiv.
You infer in lour undlay l ioHninl
article that thlie .. t'. A1. hasls lot oiie'
ihroitgh i1s will .l Null eipected, so
here is it chanlce (o mauke smaie mloney
-if iitu aIre telling the truth.lt i ..
li 1"ite w'itl ll'. tlli'. F'. (iio y iio lilli 1. 11
If iiyou cannot Ihink of niii way ofi
side-stepping this offer, kiidlt let is
possiblel conllver nillille.
You .migt lis o securel' thte Broill
Siw y theater, as ii t i ill het i i.is ilttoll
yo , butll n t tlil lo . F. I liiDunn.
Try not to keep the public laig.n.
ally longer. than absolutely 'cessy:tl.
They tIlare it alti'ng lyou sotetll at
anxiously as tlhe i lajoirily blelieve
that if you haven'lt the courage It de
L:alll.t with Il. . l Iunn l you i will hardly
iihve the backhol lle necessary toI de ft
l ity Ally and I he t . I . tt 1. it t ull lar.iie
I'. Si.-Il its oitiy Ally that is kleep
ing youiii fta i iceptinig thi's chail
ling', lust 'et W '. F. ilun li low iandi
he'll fix it ul p 'for you, a ll illltghI I(tit
is probli'iabl doing yoitu tl favor at that.
fly (C)TIT NEI.\llN(.
.\Iother i of ilnvention; flather of i ilL e
lion such is necessityl, i. AVh(len ourl
iii1'llit tt ll't'vllt i illt'itttt't3,ll' ity . itt'
(le r nilly, Ilrging the .l exclS of
military nei e sity, crossed h--lgil-i
in order ill invade iiilrance. In the
facie of this necessity thle treatyli
which She violated bl);al'ml "a mere
scrap of paper.'
Engliand, el';s'd by win-the-w\ r
necessity, blmued aside h'ii deiryst
tridiiins tuld .stablibihed cons.ic ilp
world safe for demtocraey, feill 1l1
necessity of pissing il ,e espionage
law, under which l'ro, speech and
flie press ]li:ve becom it m leoniry.
The watl iuc,.ssily has gone, and
maw, behold! a now necessity -thie
suptplr'ssion of holdw\i!smi. w ould
fhl first Iotendmlent hle forgotten
Iulder the war pressure? flow, in
'vilahle that it s. o.ltld he set aside
once mIle whihil l another measure
- enlterd to 1ei,1 the dire nece.s'. ilyi
Ihit lias comel with ear'e.
The judiciary co. uiilile of the
sw!ait by mll nimouls volte as re
ported out a bill designed io aicomi
plislit this result by throttling free
speech and riroe pr'as in peace tinge
as the scpionage act did in war lime.
linder this bill as drafted it. is a
(91imii "to lorin, publish, sell or dis
tribute" any written or" printed moai
iini',lcalion in which there is advo
eated or invited "the overthrow by
'orto or violence, or by physical in
jiu'y to persorniil prlopel'ly, or by Ill'
g leneral cessation of indllstry, of the
government of lhe Unit'd States or
all governmelnll t. ' It is also lilad a
erimoe to display any f]ig ","symboliz
Dlle :all KoAd Lees
A Word Than 15
i AdvCLASSIFIED ADS Cents.
MALE HELP WANTED
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CIlLtOPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
Room 9 Silver 1Bow block.
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily Bul
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
Y()l NICwidouo of 25 w\islh s to corrn"
spoIn wilth :) yl'o r; ha llabo)l
that ag. lExpect Illta riallony. A.d
dress Mrs. V'illiam Tu'Irner. Vickl,
Fl'RNISIIE I) ]10015,, alo 4 rooms
unfurnisuihed, d ant hla,., lbet lo
catn ini in 'Vil , 17 East (ranite.
10()O 1 I':NT I *xclh; ne'tll ( for labor,
rent '( a i) n it) It nd ulip. 619
F'Or 1 ENT --- 'Two housekeeping
rooms, $10 a Inontlh. 1014 Gal
FOR REN'T-Two furnished rooms
for housekeeping. 716 Madison St.
2 FI';NISIIED houseke.." rooms
with bath. 51(01 W.' ena.
BOARD AND ROOM
I l 'lNIlt-l :i' rIools with good board,
1141 . Iah. lPhone 499!5-W.
OA XI' AN.))i 1100.11 for miners;
home (o,tiig. B[urt Earfley, 627
I0:ll) .\N) 1I0011 in private fam
ily for c(c. or two gentlemen.
plhone 49.* W.
AUTOS FOR HIRE.
SEVEN-PASSENGER Chandler Se
dau. A. U. Nyman. Phone 5642-J.
DENTISTRY WORK YOU'LL
APPRECIATE SITTING THRU
You an rest assured that Union Dentistry
\\ill civo you all that thie word iiii ile~i --
no(I pain, perf.ect and careful workma n
slhip. and the use of the finest lmaterials
on he market. \Vhat's the result? We
(tln'l svy "l)ilntisltry that cannot ih
eqialedl," hut antistry thalt cannot he
On the Third Floor
32 4 F AITO FPUILDINGre'&FI.
Dr. R. O. Heine, Manager
Dr. J. R. Keane, Plate Specialist
IIly attendnII t.
S.\Y ttllT .\\\' I'I I T I'I' 111 I .I I'IIN .
34 E. Park St.
We Annonnce the Arrival of an
ALL WOOL AFTER WAR
Offerl ii ahldilion to our r'egul.ar display of 1R ady
i W\, ar I H lpri anII d Su\ it eIr SI. Each 1f rlic
made to \s ,ul' in(lividulal mean e,".' at Inices i (. laper
tlhan rrea'i l \vo r 4.lolloiinu.
('11 l s 1a i ri LO I tIn look nl., a 1 I) 1101. II W(eer.
THINK OF IT
A Suit to Your Individual Measure, $20 Up
___ .\_ _ SAW__ ilT ITIN LL[,TIN.
ing orI iiintendiied to flJyiiflhit hIjayoh
Lihe i I ill is not d'ihsi ectdl againso
overt'' l jii ,. li' i nns p oviniiint
juris aaaay e p rini t ... an . ... 1..
Niocimssil soc si l and lii iiiiih t ali'o'
A 11I.L SLNAP- -5-roon house, ;ll
plastered; conlilent (c(llar'; wate.t ;
telelphlone t nld electric lights; 4 lots.
all f'enced in; chicken louse, 40x50;
cow shed and coal h1i'd; 2 blocks
froin No. 2 car. Illtljire 10t15 Cob
ban. liPhone 52!l-J.
THItEE 1.OOM1 house, large wood
shed on1 two ihis, watel(r talld (l vi
feitc lights inl house, sleeping plrch(
and1111 frnitiure. 1824 (Monroe. Call
after 5:30 in ithe evening.
(FOi ItOO1MS, ncew; cultivated lot:
furnitureo all for $1,900. 1408
,Ieff'erson st r''et. 'hone .577.5-.1.
5-110t1)1 ltlmodern houise. furnace
heat, g tarage, two lots or fotur lots.
FORl SALE,----,ot ,toxt100; .tnced;
C.1sspool, water. garage'. chicken
house andt yardtl, rees, walks; price,
$250.00 today. Inquire 1913 Caro
4-RIOOM houlse; athroonm; two lots
in goodl location, facing Floral
park. A bargain at $1,500. In
quttire Box 52, Bulletin.
3-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner. 19145 S. Wy
onming st. Phone 5401-1.
BIlI('K :17; Raylield carburetor; tine
coIIndition; will demnonstrate; textra
tires and rims. ]Phone 843. 43 lir
PHONOCIRAI'II records bought and
sold, also exchanged for only a
dime. 329 i S. .,A aie, St. R1ec
Pianos Tuned and Repairer
GT1VON. fl0n ) . Clnrk Ave. 6585-.
Friends we feed,
Friends we meet,
Como to the "Pony"
Chile to eat.
TIlE CLASSIC CHILI PARLOR, 210
N. Main st. Chill, litbt lunches,
etc. Open diay and night.
• .1 +. . ;
lof illv(·!-r i.;l l iho fatlher of action.
\ ii, i \. , orl :r , lovers of ilb
eIIty :aroI'c yourselves to the one
u114)oel ne0 es.ilty -the neceassity of
rbuilding the o walls of the temple "
Ithere is I.h iY of fol'od. clothing"
a1(l n\e;llthl of every descript ionll ill
the w rl W\\liit the worlkers need
is s 1( ' ."; to it.
If you want to sell. nuy, exchange
or rent, use Bulletin want ads. They
l"IVM THOUSAND WORKEIR
wanted to buy $5 worth of stoch
in The Bulletin Publlshlng Co.
1 SIET IEncyclolpedia Britannica, 11th
Ed. India paper ('dition; $35 quick
:alh. Fred Clough, 101 S. Idaho.
INEW ZE'ALAND Reds and Flemish
Giant rabbits, 2 months to 7
innths old. Also rabtbit pens cheap.
(;0. N. Alas:ka st.
O(())14 l1lALIL for sale, half block
frm(l Main street. See owner, 47
'I)lLtOOIGHIIIIRED Silver Lace Wy
a dlote setting eggs; 125-egg
Queen incubator, half price. C. P.
licks, 3102 Keokuk.
JIEWELRY and -second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
CITY EGGS, 75e dozen. 215 W. Mer
cury or the Big Green Coop, Co
MONEY TO rLOAN
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds.
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28% E. Park.
MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
monds, jewelry, Liberty bonds,.
Mose LTnz, upstairs Ieweler.
LEWIS & WALKER. assayers .and
chemists, 108 N. Wyoming. Phone
CLEANERS AND DYERS
A&MERI!CAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wire,
1 ,41 loarrison ave. Phone 131.
hAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
I'3% ' W. Broadway.
Hemstitching and Braiding
BRAIDING, hematitohing t vco0t-o
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