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BUTTE CURRENT NOTES.
Mrs. E. A. Hunt will leave for Minne
Miss Sophia Parsons, of Brooklyn. is
visiting Butte friends.
The members of the P. O. S. of A. will
work the white degree to-night.
Official bonds were filed yesterday of
Harry Hynes and Dennis ()'Neill as con
Lillie, the 12-year-old daughter of James
Hocking of West (enterville, died yester
day morning of heart disease.
The appraisers on the lot in East Gran
ite street, hack of the Marehsseau build
ing., have fixed its value at $400 per front
The late Louis Thayer will he buried
thin afternoon at 2 o'clock. The funeral
will take place from Sherman's under
Mary Ielaney, the infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Ielaney, died yester
day morning. The funeral will be held
Work on the new Montana Union gen
oral office is prgressing rather slowly
and the rooms will not be ready for occu
pancy before July 1.
W. W. Connors and Frank Walker have
opened one of the neatest little places in
town at No. 21 East Park street. It is
known as the "Band Box."
P. F. Boland and R. E. Willlams have
been appointed the committee to sell
tickets for the Miners' Union ball and are
meeting with great success.
A writ of habeas corpus was made yes
terday in the case of JM. Donelson, who
is held as a witness against those arrested
for robbing him. The application will bhe
An eight days' option of $10,000 was se
cured yesterday on the King clay deposit
Ilacer claim, south of town. Tle claimn
embraces fourteen acres and is valuable
for brick making purposes.
Notices of location were filed yesterday
of the Evangeline lode by T. E. Booth et
al; the Gabriel lode by the same; the
Evergreen lode by C. F. Booth et al; the
Adelaidel lode by Stephen D. Mills; the
Ellnlma Webb placer claim by L. H. Madi
atan et al.
4 )rder your sheet mIllcli of Van 4 )rton &
Reinhart, 124 Main street, Butte.
JACK PARSONS' TROUBLES.
I.ucky ign Rlens let ol With a FLie-
Arrested on Another Charge.
Ily tilew tanlarl's lIMwcial Wir*.
Bt"rrr.. June 10.--Tw cane of John A.
Parsons. who created a disturbance in his
saloon on East Broadway, last Sunday at
ternoon, was called before Judge Newkirk
this morning. Parsons failing to report
either in person or through an attorney,
Lis bonds, 1u90, were declared forfeited
and a warrant for his arrest was issued.
Before the warrant could be served,
however, his attorney, C. A. Jones, ap
p~asrd in court and made alldavit that
t was through no fault of the de
fendent that be did not per when the
case was called. The attorn depoed that
he bhad been retained as counsel br the
accused and had informed him that be.
the atorney, would appear for him; that
his deendant's personal appearance was
not neeseauy; that he, the o ,rney,
would plead guiltfor him on the ch
of diurbing the peace and not guit
the other complaint of resisting an omosr.
In conclusion the affidavit stated that ow
ing to peculiar circumstancee the attorney
had been unable to appear at the hour set
for the trial.
No objection being made by the prose
cution the court granted the motion to
reinstate the bonds and fined the
defendant *10 and casts on the plea of
guilty to the charge of diseturbing the
A second warrant was then issued for
the arrest of Parsons for resisting an
oilter, hearing of which complalit was
set for Thursday morning at to10 o'clock.
The omoers interested in the case express
a determination to prosecute Parsons
with all possible rigor, as they say be re
cently threatened to shoot one of them
and when Olficer McLggan attempted
to arrest him Sunday "stood him off"
with a revolver. It was while McLagan
was gone for assistance that O)mier
Waters made the arrest, but not before he
knocked Parsons down for putting his
hand behind him in a threatening man
Pianos tuned and repaired by Miss
Laura Baker, of the Boston (onservatory.
with Van Orton & Reinart, 12 Ma n
Btr., May 31.-To all concerned: o)n
June 9 all passenger rates via the Union
Pacific. both local and through, will be
restored to tariff.
H. W. ADAM,.
ulottc to Centractort.
All contractors bidding on brick, .tone
work and plastering will do well to re.
mIIemter that they can lmake more money
,ni their work by using the Larens lime in
Anacnd.. Butte, Dillon or Deer Ledge.
Wil. LomInlz. Biutt*..
-Tr . ir(,..A!. Agenit. Allacondlll.
wee Ibnus Ib o lules aoe
n olnal m Cd i el bom.
ImlNpernt Suite That Are Apt to
Remaln Forever Uneettled Un
lem an Addltlonal Court
my the utasd .'s speeas Ware.
BL-T2, June lO.-"Whether or not it is
a judgment of God, as the Burlington wo
man thinks." remared a prominent law
yer to.dl, "them is ons thing eartain, we
lawyer. ar practially starving and there
se no chance of selief. What Silver
Bow county must have is two courts. No
pNnwus is being muade toward the trying
of civil easms. Thoee lawyes whoms pwr
ties i obleely in the eminal line ae do
lng well. But thore of us who comine
our prlaelse prlelpally to civil oases have
nothing to do and the chances are that
we will have nothing to do for years, or at
least until the legislature provides us an
extra court and judge. Themr are enough
criminal cases in which Indictments have
been found to occupy the court the
balance of the present iouth. Dur
Ing August this court will take a
vacation. Hence it is not likely that
there will be another grand jury before
September 1. By that time there will be
more criminal cases to be examined thal
were before the last grand jury. So tw
civil cam will be farther off than ever.
"It may be that a few civil cases will he
tried during the Inonth of July. There
are certainly some that are most imnpor
tant. It would a great public Iwsneit if
the Blue Bird case, for examlple. coukl he
triedl durig July. That case will pr.ola
bly (occupy an entire month.
"This situation is not tihe conlseqiuencie
solely of the political nmutddle. It would
have been nearly as bad in any event. It
is a fact that during the past three years
only 1 contested civil cases have been
tried. There have been civil cases
settled and disposed of, but only
a bare dozen tried. Under these circum
stances many causes are never put into
the form of a suit. although there is good
cause for action. Thus the lawyers slf
"In themr any prospect of relief by the
*"There would he a good prouspet if
there was a legasluture. Not heing one
there is no telling when there will Iw re
lief. The need for another court was so
iurlgent, that at the constitutional conven
tion I proposed the provision of two
courts for Silver Bow county, but it was
the opinion of the convention that the
legislature could proviide for an extra
court whenever it should be necessary.
The unforseen dimiculty has made this
relief now improbable and unless the
two legislators can in some way agree ont
necessary legislation we must get along
with criminal cases and let the more ila
portant civil cases go."
County Attorney Baldwin was asked
his opinion as to the neepssity for an
"The need is certainly urgent " said
Mr. Baldwin. "This prolonged delay in
the trial of civil cases amounts virthally
to a denial of Justice. We are proceeding
as fast as possible, and I think we will
catch up In the criminal case early in
the fall. But certainly it would he a
great relief if two courts could be at
work anl civil camse disposed of."
"Is there any propet of the Blue Bird
case being tried during July "'
"That case can only be tried now by
universal consent. There are innumer
able cases ahead of it on the civil calen
dlar, so that if we try civil cases in July
there will he many cases ahead of the
Blue Bird which must be tried unless
their rights are all waived. It is. of
course, of vital importance that that ease
be disposed of, but there is little prospect
of it. I do not now yet whether a grand
jury will he called before Se.ptemlwr 1 or
COWBOYS IN COURT.
• *lod" Je.nlngs Amcused of tealhing a (C,,
With a aslgular Na.e,.'.
Its (I1** .%.t al nt 's M l <*ial \ ire.
BHI"I"ri:, Juline It. "(Ild Nedl" Jenning-s,
a well-known character residing near Mel
rose. was tried before Judge ('antwell this
afternoon for stealing a cow anld a calf.
The complaining witness was J. B. Rey
nolds, who alleged that "Sod" stole the
property fromn him last spring and sold it
to Charles Parson. That Assistant County
Attorney ('otter is not familiar with the
vernacular of the range was made appar
ent when he innocently asked one of the
witnesses, who described the marks on
the calf, what a "dew lap" was. Such
ignorance on the part of an attorney was
astonishing to several cowboys present
and their looks of disgust were painful to
behold. When the same witnesses began
to talk of "circle ays," "flyin W. S.."
"la 8. .." etsc Mr. Cotter clleda halt
and handing thewitne pencil and pa
per asked him to kLindly draw diagrams
of those wonderful byrogphlcle.
The substance of the eiden for the
state was that Reynolds had purchased
the cow, with others from John Joll,
who in turn had bought t of the defend.
The defendant denied that he had sold
that particular cow to Jolly, and said that
when he sold the ranch to Jolly he had
given Mrs. Jolly four mikbh cows as a
present to bind the bargain. He de
soribed the cows given to Mrs. Joldly all
of which were different from the one
alleged to have been stolen. He
did not deny that Reylnolds claimed
the nardtiular cow in controversy
but akl he had no right to do so, as she
did not hbelong to himu. Havina an oppor
tunity !to see the cow to Parson last
month the defendant drove hl."r off the
range and disposed of her.
Nome controversy as to the value of the
row arising. Parson was asked whlut lie
considered the cow worth.
"She ain't worth a cent," was the all
swer. "because she's dead. That's where
I got the worst of it."
The next witness caused much nwrri
ment. He was called by the defense to
Ive a description of the four cows given
Jennings to Mrs. Jolly. He described
t of them and then stopped.
"Go on," said ('ounsellor ()'I)onniell.
who was attorney for Jennings.
"Well," resumed the witness. "she was
a pale, red one with white specks and we
called her O'Donnell."
The counsellor blushed while even the
court had to smile. After hearing much
more testimony the case was dis
missed and Jennings discharged. One of
the witnessnes on whom the prosecution
mainly reliedl to isak.- out their case failed
For 4 oaon.ea~Nemnt Week.
The Monlt.,iln Union will make l*rieal
rate of onl, f.rn. for thl. round tril from
Butte, Ana.n.hda aid Garrison to lk.Pr
Lodge and rtlurn for parties wilhiing to
attend tite .annlllencemlent exercise. of
the ('ollege f MuIntana. Ticrket will be
on sale Jun0. II .-tl 1. and will h.egw.I re
turlning Jurt 1 ;.
JACK DUMP. Y IN BUTTS.
Me Tell a emed mas ea , MIs Cemplmu
,V tie ltandad 's Mseial Wie.
BurrL , June I.-The Utnh t Northern
tri.. which pemled Imt this city at 4
o'elock this aleeres. had on board Jack
Dempsey, the middleweight champion of
the world, Pawdly Gorman, the middlI
weight c'hmpln of AUtrelia, and Dave
Campbell. the farmro dub swhger aad
athlete of PoErtland, Oe. At the depot
reedy to give the Ue a warm welcome
were most of the lteal men interested in
sporting events, including IEva MorgCan.
Jaeek Hyland.Jerry Mauli ohn Maguire.
Louis Villemaie, and rpeementatves of I
the Miner, laker Mountasi and nTANDARD.
Intladuet.ime were quickly made and I
aon the two tl in everal open ar
rile we drieven t th. city. Aftera I
briet drive about town the Dempsey party 1
was dropped at the McDermot botel and I
preereded to wash o the dust of travel. +
Later there was an informal reception I
in the parlaor of the Southern sample
maroom when 1 or od Butte's ctlaeos were I
introduced to the trio. Campbell and +
Gorman bad never been in Butte before
and conteased that they bad never seen
anything like Butte and did not know I
what to make of it.
Jack Dempsey was in Butte in l)e.m- I
her, 188, and was asked by a STAPIJAnD
eporter today how the town comnpared
with its appe ne on his rlst visit. I
"I woolin't know it for the ame Ipla.,"
said )emp.ey. "It has changed wonder I
fully and seems three times as large as
when I saw is before." I
)empnsey aid that be did hot expect to I
get on another match with the Marine +
soon, since the latter is to meet Mitchell I
on June V. The combination will go to I
Helena from Butte, then hack to Salt I
Lake and eastward.
Jack )emp.ey tells qulite a yarnl about l
a job that was put Up on Paddy (orulan l
in Poratello. Being from Australia, I
Paddly had a very indistinct idea of what
an Indian was like, and gave Itiself I
away on leaving San Franei*re by h is
frequent inquirles, betraying a tinge of I
anxiety. He was filled brim full of the
most bloodthirsty Indian yarns, and if
anlything a.pxured in the imperlr i re
gard to Indian outrages, each member
of the party showed the item to Paddy
and elaborated it.
"Bythe tille we reacheld Purat.llo,"
said Iqlppacy "we had l addy pretty well
worked up. le first thing we struck was
a big buck Indian, over six feet tall, and l
we could see Paddy Ilancing nervously ¥
over his shoulder as he had to pass hillm.
That evening we put up a job onl him.
We were in a little private roonm of a
saloon. I had impresseld on all thle In
dians I saw that tormlman was tlhe stron.
cut man on earth and that lie comlll kill
anylxxly with onme pmunelh. ¥You otiught to
see the Illians open their eyes. We told
thlen tlhalt we kelpt the( greait mami
stored away in the rooml, showiing it to
themll and that they could go ill andl look at
ilil., but that they mnust not on anmay on)ldli.
tion may o word to himU orantsweraniylthing
lie mlight say. We sent the bilg hluck, one
after the other.
"The first one was a giant and lie wulat
ted downl right beside Padly, wlho turned
pale and edged up into the conler. Then.
another buck callle in and sat attile other
side of Padkly so that the Australian was
imprisoned. Paddy turned paler yet. but
tried to aplpear composed and as I came
'"They're line built gentlenlen, ain't
"hen three more bucks came in and
seated themselves solmenly in a row di
rertly in front of Gorman. None of the
Indians spoke, but they stared steadily at
Paddy as though he was the great spirit
"1 slipped out and left Paddy alone with
five bucks, bilt you can bet I remained
where I could see and hear. Padkly kept
glancing uneasily from the door to tIw'
Indlans and froml the Indians bhack to the
door. At lengthl he mustered up courage
'" 'Gentlelmen, will you take suthi ":'
"Not a buck moved.
"Paddy tried to tthink of somnie foreign
language hle could ddklrew h them inl. t
they evihk.ntl didn't ilnderstauld Fn
lish. But he Ihal had no 'xlerienee in
talking to any foreignerrs x$ee"lt lhii nslle.
So Ihe said:
" ')ltilke files niece whikkllv'
"Still there wags no repotisae.
"i'addy w.a growing mnore restless. all
the tils alind rang the hell viole.ntlly for
lie waiter. The waiter camne and I amkly
demlanded Jack Iemnl swe. bht the waiter
said he had gone to the hotel.
" 'Jack, Jack, cone Ihere,' yelled PI'addy
at the top of has voice.
"But there was no response. We kept
him in there about 20 minutes. He didn't
dare move until at last we all returled
and let him out.
"The exhibition was given at Pocatello
last night, and to carry out the joke we
announced that German woulld spar with
two Indians at once.
No yo don't,' said Paddy, 'I'll ruin
the combination, I'll let the bloody injun.
knock me out at thing, sure. I wouldn't
lift ýr band against one of them for a
Dempsey and German will spar at Ma
guire's e bos tomorrow evening
and Dae Cmpl of Portland and Evan
aogan 4f cityl, will give a club
h belt of the mklddle weight
csnau p of the world is on esai
bhln at the 'larenon as are also Deampo
s colorI. Dempsey won the belt in
l0S and asa fought for it three times.
with Fo w. February 2,1.lsLaBlancbe.
March 1. l. ; and he won It again De
ceober its, It.
Band and onhestra musti at the musk
parlors of Van Orion & Reinhart, Butte.
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
They W111 Baild a Prisns for Fe~nales
Walkervilne's Ca Ovvrteoked.
LB tie Utandard's SteeiaI Wire.
Bt"rr:, June 10. -The board of coulnty
conminllssioner finished their business to.
day. It was Informally agre.e that the
petition of ISheriff Lloyd fIor a jail for
women should be granted, although. in
stead of Iuildilg a separate jail. the jail
for females should Ie placed over the
holler room which is to Ie built. The lat
ter will be nmad of two stories. anll n r-
eral cells placed In the smacad story
which will be reahebed from the main jail
by a corridor.
.othinal was done with the petition ,of
Walkerville people for inlorporationl as :
ci d ell Hogan was appointed clerk ut
abtract property for the use of t1."
asnesr, takinslte place of P.J.(.illigan.
The bond was recelved of the Metropol
itan .lk.tric Railway company anlld
turned ,ov.er to the county attorney for llp
TI. I I(ickering. Shoninger and Mehnll
piatole anld the Shoninger and Nleedhlua
organs on easy payments. Van (Irlrton
IReinhla.rt. 124 alrin street, Buttl-.
AfItr you,e have enjoyed a gool lunch| .t
Emlil'- Itwer hall you should step ullp tIo tl
show , ' .and take your choice fro.a thl.
finet t a-=,rtnlent of iullai.rte.l lan-I toim.c
tic ci.yr- iii thie state.
IT NEEDS TO BE REVISED
th NU Ior son'e hon seness
lb D kkt fMIIMmI
SheuM h aumr ti.
H. L. Frank Talks to the Board of
Trade About the Matter -The
Road to Champion Ise B
M t Mtandard's 8iseal Wire.
L"rr7 . June 10.-A strong effort was
made by the board d teds to-night to re
vI the movement for Butte's public
. L. Freak was cooen hat the
ouse of epresentatives would pras the
approriation of $150,00) for Butte, if the
matter were premed. Mr. Frank onsld
eed thils ullenkt. He said that a fine
lot could be bought for $I,000 or $P0.000
and for the balance, 75 000 the finest
pIblk building in Montana could he
ereted. AU that is needed i. a luIkling
of two Itories and a basement.
"It is aheolutely impossIile." said Mr.
lrank. "to get an a prption of $i00,000
and I think we are lucky to he olered
$IO.U0,t, atnd we had better take it while
we eal gemt It. Let us ask our represelta
tives. ('rter, Sanders aInd Power to re.tr
tect tlah hill.
"Anlother thing, we must stop paying
pa oltm rent. Helena charges up $4.MIU
a year for its postoltlee, while the govet.r
meat pw..w nothing for the offikce here.
Economically. the povernment would, of
coorse. naturally desire to erent a build
lng in Helena to save the nlt ther,. while.
there i nlo such ilnducement for ,reniung
a bullhliln in Uitte.
"While. I .m on thismuhi.cit I woulhl way
that a('rter treateld tue well in Washlilla
ton anll diId nothinllg anlllgnllistiet to tIhe
bill or to Hiutte."
A l..;lilnioldie hf II. I.. lFrank,(' \\'.
(ood.ulI h anll M. . lHollandl was apolhintitlt
to draft raft ullltiolnl askilng that tie eali
propriatioil " I. l~bwtml andl wine thieiii
to thm* replleslltatlve' ill Waslingtloli.
The inelticienlcy of tile INtofllutte ervice
In Buttme wa"e tel a sublject of remallrk. by
('. W. (;cGlnda anld otlers. Mr. (;aIuale,
deelandl that I'uenaster E.van in doingl
all that a mall can do with the inuade.
ullat falilitie* at Ilis. dlnmiLLamili. HIh
hougllt tlwh hoardl of trade. slihtll
take atioill towarnl obtailining additional
help for thle iumetotlk(e. A cmearllnittee wasl
appohillnaI to invite. Aelmitanlt Plamtmaste.r
General ('ilrksoii to visil Itiutte. that ofnl
cial now hainglnll a tour olf lillie'l'tioln in
The com(illllllittel( Oln a reOlail to ( hmnmilili.lnt
report.ed that it had .ee.11 ti he Itlarl iof
county .*nmilissioners auli that thei. Iharnl
had agrmelr to furnisih 2t.euli toward thI.
construlltion of tIle riaiul. A sIirve'yor will
start oumt tei-morm'ow miiorning toi u1rvey for
the roail allu a letter hai. ltiii reet.iveli
front Chaipion ii tating tlhat this illnrtling
10 mnen IImIan work at tim. other end11I. A
emtnllittee ofi tf e'ity i'uiiniiCil lln tlhe re
.ptionil iof the theAlrlmanl exelarsiollisti wtas
pmre fit. aid a unlllllittdee of IH. I.. Fralik.,
H. I). IlIgat allml E. Ii. Aiken
was iipute(l to ..emIfr with
theun. lie joint 'loUmitt'l.* rclie'rtel
in favor of receiving the. lhlenmall
delegate on Juine I, if that date shall
prove agreeable to them. ('omnmitte.sl of
arrangenlent and re.eption will Ihe ap
poIaed by Prea.lent Barret.
The conrmlittee on the petition for Imak
ing Butte the western and Boelnmall the'
eastern terminus of the short line, re
porled that It had seen General Agent
M)d.a'. who had assured thell tlat this
would he1 done and that trains would hI
made up at Hoseman.
A aoolnittee was apluntclltd' to moliclit
stock sulb'ription for thlle. oar of trale.
plreparatory to purchasingl a lot. Thel
trustees were autllrrised to il.m.orllrl at.e lhI
lloard anld to file iiuci*h (lcrtfleaiteu a5
aren required by law. Tlie rsilgationi
of John H. (uirti, as a iutmimellr owilng toI
lii.dullties in contillrtion(lill with the real l-'i
al oii ti return of hii ertiltlate.I iof l)ili-ll
I.wrlhilp. New (errtiftet.llne were' iilniel to
'hei. following neilw mlii.nliflr wiern
..~etedll : J. I6.* lark. '. I;. Ne*slr.l.. i".
wll. Holimils. II. S. .libthi. J. A. .ewi...
Il. li. ' ininenlit, J. A. annon, F. M. Iluller.
Is. lI. Butler. . Stran-.largler. I. . (or
tett. tn J.. Siie i je William Micllrenim tt
:olli J. E. liawseoe .
TlIo o111n ly h am I tim, . state of lMoniltana
wheri it 'ami lihe fouem itl a i. n immi,.nii
lunch at Emtiii's lbeesr hall, frm II ::t) till
:1 in. ta. anid aleo fremia toc lt. Il. i..
MAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSE!
J.H IN MAC;'IRE. . r.. rp. amul Managrr.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Wednesday, June i,
Engagement Extraordinary !
IIHeaded b) th. World's Chamupu MidUle
*4 -JACK DEMPSEY- >
Tll-F N NP IIA.II..
Itemis t hl w 1at,, et.:u1.
\IAGUIRE'S OPERA HOUSF
I MBUTTE. MONT.
.IlN MAt IRF. 'Pr.p. atod Manager.
- Thre. \..hits. 4 Oilal. l. i.llg
TIHURSDAY, JUNE 12,
Thr Lanighin ( 'It"ly NI t4uert .
Ilrum "lruuen it, I" a rlt. \oung
A nd tI * I | Thal mllls 1.ttle t uu. m lo'tte.
. .. r.ly, Ite al Itt \ . ý..u tl . . n.. l
---AP BUBB I E RTET---TE.
SOAP BUBBLE QUARTETTE.
BABCOCK THE HATTER
- AGENT FOR
Spring Straws now Rready. Helena and Butte.
THIS IS THE PLACE!
To get the ('hoicest Assortment of Wall Paper. Paints, (;las. EC. We ar
also now in a position to do
lf anllly Id'sription. alndl will he pleater l ., figure with yoni. I)nrl.r by M'li:
\iill Receive Prnmlllt Attentionl.
J. E. RICKARDS. OIL AND PAINT CO.,
Butte City, - - - - Montana
_Jclii. A. Nht Iltrul
Iku.". a (e,,erul Rlanking Hiaminei. )Honey to Leaiai in ai.a Amount on Fir.t
(lae t Real or J'ermUmal SCeaariU . Sight )rafts Sold on the Y rineipl ('Itie'e et
the WourldI. (uhlleuiloam (;ivu'm Pnlienomt Attentiont.
A. Tr. M'MILLAN, CASHIER.
LEYSON & TURGK,
SD----DA LRS IN
French Clocks, Opera Glasses and Spectacles!
Look Everywhere, but come here and see us before
you buy. Our Prices and Goods can not
be Duplicated in the State.
EMERY ARTICLE 9XKRRRNTED AS REPRESENTED
LEYSON & TURGK,
City Tiuekeepers, 221 Main-st. :North, Butte, Moat
THE WORLD FAMED YAL BLATZ BEER
Now for sale in Kegs and Cases by
Macall &um Cloutier,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR & CIGAR DERLERS
I lermitage a;nd Old Time Whiskies-the favorite brands
are handled as a specialty. Also the choicest brands of
Cigars. Prices as low as can be offered by the trade.
EAST SECOND STRe6T.
ANACONDA, - - - - Montana
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