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Ii Fair F tonight and andWednesday d 7r t tt fit n t 0 U art + m d II I LAs L S EDITION EDITIONWednesday mnoN 1 1lL
I lL Wednesday a II l1tt u Z li 6J1 With Cloning cnomU V V Stock Prices PricesNUMBER pn II IINUMBER I INUMBER
NUMBER 4410 WASHINGTON TUESDAY EVENING EV NING JULY 10 1906 PRICE PRICE ONe CENT
SHE SHEHEARDTHA SHEHEARDTHATALK HEARD THAW THAWTALK
TALK OF OFMrs MURDER MURDERWOMAN MURDEROMANWILL
WOMAN OMANWILL WILL SAY SAYJrs SAYMrs
Mrs Jrs Schwartz Star Wit Witness vVitness Witness ¬
ness for Prosecution ProsecutionTells ProsecutionTells ProsecutionTells
Tells Story StoryA
A RELATIVE OF G Gfirst GORMAN GORMANFirst GORMANlFirst OR MAN
First Husband of Now Figure Figurein
in Tragedy Belonged Belon ed to toSenators toSenators toSenators
Senators Family Family3JEW FamilyEY
3JEW EY YORK July 10 10The The ahrtrict ahrtrictattorneys dttItaoietJttorneys ditetrletsttorners
attorneys office today discovered the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman who will nl be the star If tar tvltnoaa witnoaafor tvltnoaafor wltDtMIStor
for the prosecution against Hurry HurryK
1 K g Thaw when w CI1 he comM to trial trialfor trialfor trialfor
for the murder murd r of Stanford White Whitethe Whitthe hite hitethe
the noted architect architectThis architectfhls architeotThis
This woman 1 ia Mrs Beatrice BeatriceSchwartz Beatrice8chwortz BeatriceSchwartz
Schwartz who lives at the Hotel HotelPierrepont HotelPierrepont HotelPlerrepont
Pierrepont ou West feet Thirtysecond Thirtysecondstreet TJdrtysecondstreet Thirtyaeeondstreet
street She was w an intimate friend friendof friendof friendof
of Thaw Tk and Evelyn Ev Jrn Nesbit and was wasalso WHSalso WHAalso
also acquainted with White and wan waapreecnt wanpresent WApreent
present when Thaw in H rage drew drewa
a revolver from his pocket and de declared dec dedared ¬
dared c red that he would yet ye ret kill White WhiteOf WJiteOf WhiteOf
Of only less importance importA e titan the theforegtrfitf tJae tJae10rgohl theforegoing
foregoing wiil be her testimony to tothe totIle tothe
the effect that White had only thekindest the thekindest theI
I kindest feelings for Evelyn Nesbit XesbiLShe Nesbitfhe Nesbitthe
She will be able fo swear under oath oaththat oaththat oaththat
that when she told White of Kvelyn KvelynJvesbits Jhel JheleabUs Xvelyneabits
Jvesbits eabUs marriage to Thaw in Pitta Pittaburg Pitt Pittburg Pitte
e burg White 1hite said soldPoor saidPoor saidPoor
Poor wayward kid that is i the thel Ut Utbest thebest
best l > est thing that could possibly have havehappened havehappened havehappened
happened to her herMrs herMrs herMre
Mrs Schwartz it was learned to toSay to today
Say 9 is a i woman of independent independentmeans bldepctJIdutU1eans Independentmeans
means and will ill be an irreproachable irreproachablewitness lrr irreproachablewitness proaehable proaehablewitBeas
witness when Elio h he takes the stand stands ataJulio1 standor
s io1 or the prosecution 1 1Eome cution unlike perhaps perhapssome peruptsorne
some orne of the other th tber r women who have havethus havethUi havethus
thus far told what they know of ofThaw ofThaw ofThaw
Thaw White and Evelvfa NeabltMarried Nesbit NesbitMarried Neabitharried
Married Gormans Relative RelativMrs R RelativeMrs lU lUYra
Mrs Schwartzs first husband was wasVL walloCJ waas
VL oCJ near relative of the late th United Unitedctates Uxltedtdea ited itedctates
ctates tdea Senator Gorman She after aftervard atterward afterward
ward married while abroad abroadwealthy a awealthy awealthy
wealthy Alsatian from whom she sheseparated ahet sheseparated
separated t some years ago She Shecomes Sheome Shecomea
comes ome of a prominent Southern Southernfamily Sothernfumily Southernfamily
family familyI
I first met the Thaws on thei theiseond
second 3 cond trip tri p to Europe h said MrsSehwartx Mrs MrsSchwartz M N NSchwartz
Schwartz today We Tft were all i iPads
Pads aria This lhi was before the marrla g gf
r f the Thaws in Pittsburg I Ire Irenrned returned re returned
turned to New York before the therild
did and after they arrived here
came to see me at my homeBilly home homeBilly homeBilly
Billy Sturgis was w with them themWe tbemWe themWe
We were ere all chatting amicably amicabl
s tomu ml on one I have forgotten torc tten who hap happened hapened ha hawened
pened > > ened to poMk sp ak of having met Stanfrd Stanford Stan Stanford
ford frd White The talk for a moment o owo
two wo turned to Wbtta Whit Ite The change i iHarry
Harry Thaw was instantaneous mtantan H Hbecame
became fiercely flercel angry aftlP and then drawing draw drawIng drawInK
Ing a revolver from hla b I pocket he de declared decJarfd d dd e
Glared d that he would yet kill White Whiteand Whiteand Whitand
and kill him too with the revolver h hthen hthm hthen
then held in his handB hand handBilly hando
o Billy B IIy Sturgis remonstrated with Id Idxnd
xnd and finally succeeded in calming him himvbe himh himThe
The h incident naturally indelibly imreeasednitself im impressed 1mrt8sed
pressed rt8sed reeasednitself itself on my mind mindIn in fact ac
h he m minds a of every one there + ha haeras
eras aa nearly two years axo axoIt a aIt 0 0It
It was KS only a a short time after th thftair
A ffair that I happened to meet Stan Stanord Stanord
ford ord W White hlte h e I spoke to him about Eve EveJyn Evetyn Evelyn
lyn having been married to Thaw an anhe anhe <
he Mid It was the best thing that couihave coukihave <
have happened to the poor waywan
kid id He Hed Ud she was wa foolish and head headstro head5tro headatro
stro > + j J and that she would be out o oill oall
ill ill temptationAH temptation
AH an offset to this and other weight weighttestimony wethtltlmony weighttestimony
testimony ltlmony that th t the district attorney attorneyifflce attomeyzfftee
ifflce has ha seemed 1Iee1et for use at the trial trialthe tn tnthe trialthe
the defenses dt > n8t11 lawyers declared toga togahat todalhat
lhat hat if the now famous affidavit whtc1Evelyn
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw is alleged to havThaw
eigned lgI1t < l In an intended action again
Thaw was u Introduced by the prosecu proseculion proee proecuUn u ulinn
lion it would be proven a forgery
tpon Mrs Mr W William TY w mother o oContinued oContinued
Continued on Second Page PageTHE PqeTHE PageTHE
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTConditions REPORTondltlons REPORTondltlons
ondltlons are more or less le unsettlet UnMtU
Throughout the country and tb the middliAtlantic ndddlAtlantic
Atlantic States tate the Ohio valley alley th thNorthwest <
Northwest and the Pacific States Sta Stathe Statesthe an anthe
the only districts free from showersHigh showers showersHigh showersHigh
High temperatures were the rule dur during durng durmg
ing Monday and today they are generally gener generally g n r rally
ally above the seasonal average excep
in the South SouthTher SouthThe1 SouthThere
There will be showers ho rs this afternooirr
rr r 1 tonight in the northern portion o othe 0the othe
the middle Atlantic States Stale 4 followed b bfair
fair weather Wednesday ednMday There wi wielso wll wllalso n n61so
also be local showers tonight and Wednesday Wed Wedncsday Wedfsday
ncsday in the south lth Atlantic and eas easGulf c cGult ra raGulf
Gulf States In the Ohio valley th thlower U Ulower thlower
lower lake region sad the southenth sou souportion Uuer
portion ort1on oC the middle Iddl AUantie
th the weather will b be fair fairIt fairIt fairIt
It will ill b be cooler tonight along thlower thlower
lower lakes lak
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IM lliss Josephine Boardman Br Bride de of o f Senator Crane
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the Eve of Wed Wedding
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II ried Couple Will Take TakeLong TakeLong TakeLong
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RRTFIF BRIDE BRIDE Miss Josephine JosephineBoardman
UlUJJ Boardman of Vash Washington VashIngton Vashington ¬
ington ingtonBRIDEGROOM IngtonBRIDEGROOM ingtonBRIDEGROOM
BRIDEGROOM BRIDEGROOMCrane Senator SenatorW t n
W Murray MurrayCrane r y yCrane
Crane of MassachusettsCLERGYMAN Massachusetts MassachusettsCLERGYMAN la sachu etts ettsCLERGYMAN
CLERGYMAN uLciuiimau The T h e Rev R e eDr T TDr
Dr Roland R01andCotton RolandCotton RolandCotton
Cotton Smith of IJ St Johns JohnsWashington John JohnsWashington s sVAshington
Washington WashingtonSfFNF VAshingtonSCENE
S 3Uin SCENE SfFNF GENEhtnc Windclyffo V id I n del l y t f c the theBoardman
Boardman s summer summerhome Bum u m mar marhome m e r rhome
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MANCHESTER Mass raSli July 10 10United 10United 10United
United States Senator W Murray MurrayCrane MurrayCrane MurrayCrane
Crane of Dalton Mass Jt junior Sen Senator 56na ¬
ator a ator tor was w married at 1J90 12t oclook oclookthis oclockthia
this afternoon to Miss i6a Josephine JosephinePorter J QticphinoPo
Porter Po ter Boardman Boar mAn tjaaghtar ughter of Mran Mr Mran Mratft
an i Mrs A 1 Uonrdman of > f Wash Washington alth althinlrton ¬
ington ingtonThe inlrtonThe ingtonThe
The wedding weddil took place at t Windedyffe Wind Windclyffe VindclyiYe
clyffe the Bonrdmans summer cot cottage cotta cottage ¬
tage ta e a delightful spot on < > n the sum summit summit summit ¬
mit of a high knoll half a mile milefrom milefroln
from the village center and wasquiet was wasquiet W1iaI
I quiet and without ithout ostentation of ofany ofany
any kind kindThere Jrin JrinT1tore
There was IIS neither bridesmaid brl1eam id nor norl
1 PSt st man Ths Than lh tft o were two clergy clergymen CltlgYmen cleagyluen ¬
men although this was not the orig original oririn original ¬
inal in l intention The Jtev ev Dr Roland RolandCotton RolandCottOft
Cotton Smith rector of St Johns JohnsEpiscopal
I Episcopal Church Washington Washingtonwhich Washingtonwhich VhIngtonwhIch
which the Boardman family attends attendswn attendstvaf
wn W tvaf P to t Rare hav 1tad j l f ua oed eil the cere ceremony rc rc1Ilo ¬
mony 1Ilo J unassisted but it was It Ii discov discovered di discoverect co1 co1ered ¬
ered that the laws of Massachusetts Massachusettsforbid Iaehuettaforbid i iI
forbid any minister performing n nwedding I Ir IIGH1EN ICEMEN TO FIGHT FIGHTl
r wedding ceremony in this Common Commonwealth Commonwealth Commonp ¬
p wealth unless he is i a resident here hereThen hercTIaen hereThen
Then en the Itev W II Dewart rector rectorof rectorof I
of Christ Church in Hyde Park ParkMass ParkOlaN ParkMass GASES IN COURT COURTASK
semired assist assistThirtytwo assistThirtytwo
Mass was aK secured to
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The Thirtytwo brides sister Persons Miss Mabel Present PresentThe PresentThe PresentThe Beard Beardman B Beardman ttrd ttrdman ASK ASKFOR FOR TIME i
man was the only attendant and th thwhole the thewhole UIEwhole a abe TIMEI TIMEITvo
whole affair was wa very Informal In e com oomrllIOn comparlaon m mparison an
parison rllIOn to the th usual society S clety weddings I Ithe In Inthe 111the n
the room were thirtytwo persons be besides besldea ¬
sides the bride and groom and the two twoofficiating tW1ofNclaUng tw twofficiating beo o Two of Seven Men Ac Accused Accused Aca ¬
officiating clergymen clergymenA ele ymen ymenA
A small U stringed strln < < ed orchestra orehe tra playedwedding played I layod a awedding 8wedding a cused Granted Con Continuance ContInuance ¬
wedding march as 8 the party marched marchedinto march marchInto ed edt < J JInto
into the room and during the breakfast breakfastthey breaktaslthey breakfasthey t
tinuance tinuanceSeven tInuanceSeven
they played incidental Incldent l music musicThe mUIlIet
t I The list of guests Iue ts was so small that thateven thaIeven thaeven
even the ministers wives were not pres present present prost ¬
t ent Most 1lo t of the wedding guests ar arrived arerived ¬
of lee driver drivercharged drlvercharged driverscharged
rived Seven eases 0Ate wagon
yesterday and have been register registered ¬
ed at the Masconomo Hotel in Man Manchester Manchester ¬ charged with violating lol lng the act of June Junero Juneg
chester where the Senator has as been beenstopping beenstopping beenstopping
stopping during his stay This morning mornin g 20 19CC 19f4 dealing d aJtn with weights elghts and meas messuras measures measg
they paid a visit to the famous singlnbeach singing singingbeach singingbeaeh g urea in the District were brought to tothe tothe tothe
beach and some of them went In bath bathing bathIng
¬ attention of Judge Mullowny MuUon in the thePolice th thPolice thePolice
S Senator the
t ing la senator nator Crane remained at the ho hotel hotel ¬
tel tElntost most of the forenoon He was driv driven driven driven ¬ Police Court this morning Collateral Collateralwas Co1Jaterdwas
en over to Ws Wyndecllffe ndoeliffe a little before 11 Uoclock 11oeloek was forfeited by five ve of the drivers whowere who whowere whowere
oclock in a covered beach wagon wagonList wagonList wagonList were taken into custody yesterday ye terday while whiletwo whiletwo j jtwo
List of If Wedding GuestsThe Guests GuestsThe GuestsThe two requested a a continuance which wasgranted was wasgranted wasgranted
The wedding guests arrived shortly shortlyafter shortlYafter shortl shortlafter y granted by the court courtThose courtThMe
after IS 1 Those who witnessed th thS the theeoremony thecQtemon e Those who forfeited torfelt were George LUC LUCkott Luckott
S ceremony cQtemon wereMr were wereMr weroMr kott who was charged charged with havinge having havingfailed hovln hovlntailed
Mr and Mrs George St St John Sho Shoo e failed to weigh lee before delivering It
field Attleborough Mass Col and Mrs 1 William Tyler Robert Walsh alsh charg charged charged chargd ¬
Mason Tyler Ier Plalnsfield N J Mr and an d ed with a similar offense forfeited the theBomo theomo theseine
1 Mrs A Henry Mosle Now York Mr Mrand Mrand
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and Mrs W H Boardman Cleveland seine amount William Weaver ac accused accused accured ¬
Ohio NMrs Mrs Von on Rottenburg Phelps cused of havlrg used scales which did didnot didnot didnot
Teaneck N J Mrs Zenas Marshall Marshati not conform to the standard forfeited
Crane Miss Clara Crane W V M Crane D Webster Vcb ter was also
William
5 charg charged charged charged ¬
Jr Mr and Mrs Zonas Crane and their theltsons theli theliiiQns theirSons
sons iiQns Dalton Mass Mr and Mrs S G GColt GColt ed with using short weight scales and andforfeited andforfeited andforfeited
Colt Pittsfield Mr and Mrs G G T forfeited ii f Each of these men are arein arein areIn
Plunkett Hinsdale Mass Mr and Mrs MrsT MrsT in business for themselves themselvesFrank themselvesFrank themselvesFrank
T IA L I Pomeroy Pittsfield Mass Mr MrContinued MrConlnucd Frank Wells Tolls and Robert L Matthews MatthewsContinued fatthcVsContinued I IContinued
Continued on Second Page Continued on Second Page
LOCALFREIGHTS LOCALFREIGHTSWOULD LOCAL lRIGHTS lRIGHTSWmULD
WOULD DEVELOP DEVELOPSHIPPERS DEVELOPSHIPPERS DEVELOPSHIPPERSTRADE
SHIPPERS SHIPPERSTRADE SHIPPERSTRADENeed MvNeed M TRADENeed
vNeed Need Complete System Systemto
to Cover All Towns Townsin
in FiftyMile FiftyMileRadius FiftyMileRadius FiftyMileRadius
Radius Radiuss RadiusRAILROADS RadiusRAILROADS
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RAILROADS D NOT AWAKE AWAKETO AWAKETO A ACITYS
TO CITYS POSITION POSITIONFrank POSITIONFrank POSITIONFrank
Frank E Graham Believes BelievesCorporations BelievesCorporations BelievesCorporations
Corporations Will Meet MeetBusiness MeetBusiness MeetBusiness
Business Men MenA Ment MenA
t R RChance
A Chance fo IM IMYour Help HelpYour HelpYour
Your Home City CttyWashington Clf ClfVashington
Washington D C CMr crr CMr
Mr rr C J J Bell chairmanThe chairman chairmanThe chAirDtaBTh
The Th American Security and andTrust aadTrust andTrust
Trust Company City CityDear CItyDear QtrDear
Dear Sir In accordance with withyour withyour withyour
your circular letter to me con concerning1 concerning concerning ¬
cerning the formation of a Ship Shippers Shippers Shippers ¬
pers AEooiation of the th City of ofWashington ofWashington I
Washington I hereby authorize authorizeyou authorizeyou f fjOU
you to affix my name na11l name to the roll rollof rollof I Iof
of membership of the th proposed proposedorganization propo proposedorganization ed I
organization provided the annual annualdues
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dues for the first year de not notexceed notexceed
I II Iexceed
exceed 10 10Application 1 0 0Appilcatlea
I I IAppllcatloa
Application for m ensenberejuip m rsMr in the theShippers thESbI1tPecr theShIppere
Shippers Association AssociationBusiness AocIatJoaBusnee AaeodMionBusiness
Business men me interested in the in increase increase ¬
crease of the jobMag trade of cWashing cWashingtos Washing WuhlngUNa Washingtea
tea the adjtietmeat adjllet of fr f freistt M t rates ratesa ratessad oatuA4
a sad A4 the betterment of trrtjbi 1rlJbtaetUtlC8 1rlJbtaetUtlC8us teelUtlca teelUtlcaare fastliticaare
are wrr n ered d te dip sign tgft an and forward the theapplication thfappJtcati theappilrattioa
application appJtcati o printed above aboveWhat aboveWhat aboveWhat
What this fA town noed to develop developits developits developits
its wholesale trade in the territory territorythat territorythat territorythat
that is naturally and exclusively its itsown it itown itsown
own is that which is i possessed potI eued by byevery byevery byevery
every other city ity of any consequence consequencein
in the countrys country countr system of local localI 1031freight localfreight
I freight trains leaving leaiu each day at atregular atregular atregular
regular hours ant ani reaching all H the thetowns thetowns thetowns
towns within a fiftymile radius radiusFrank radiusPrank radiusFrank
Frank E Graham manager of the theArmour theArmour theArmour
Armour Packing P8c1dn Companys Campaft Wash Washington Washingtor uh uhingtoL ¬
ington branch whose wh remarkable remarkableinterview remarkabkintoITicw remarkableinterview
interview on the th subject of freight freightfacilities frpightfacilities freightfacilities
facilities in this city printed prlat d it in The TheTimes TheTimeII TheTimes
Times yesterday has attracted wide wideattention wiliaattention wideattention
attention throughout the whole wholebusiness wholebusiness wholebusiness
business community offered today todaya
a furthest f contribution to the cur current currcnt current ¬
rent discussion Mr Graham speaks speaksfrom speakfrom speaksfrom
from a wide wid experience and in the thelight thelight thelight
light of a constant contact with withconditions withconditions ith ithconditions
conditions here hereThe heroThe hereThe
The truth is said Mr fr Graham Grahamthe Grahamth6 Grahamthe
the railroads are not awake to totheir totheir totheir
their Washington opportunitiesThey opportunities opportunitiesThey opportunitiesThey
They have beau accustomed to look lookupon lookupon lookupon
upon Washington exclusively as a acity acit acity
city cit of Government and residence residenceand residenceand residenceand
and Held in the grip rlp oftthis ofthi habit of ofthought ofthought ofthought
thought they have not been able ble to topercoive toperooive toperceive
perceive the great strides the city cityhas cityhas citylies
has been making in business l ami amitrade anlltrade an + l ltrade
trade
Railroads Willing to Help HelpFor HelpFor HelpFor
For myself I believe most of the rail railroads railrOAds railroads ¬
roads entering Washington will be very verywilling verywllling verywilling
willing to moot the Shippers Association Associationhalf Aaoclat Associationhalf or orhalt
half way 0 and do everything rthln they can canto clinto canto
to remedy remed rate discriminations and pro provide provide provide ¬
vide better facilities acUltJo The facilities are arewhat arewbat arewhat
what we want v > ant fcr th the discrimination discriminationare discriminationvare
are net material obstacles in the paths pathsof pathsof pathsof
of progress progressWhen progresshen progressWhen
When hen we W go to the read roads with our ourcomplaints ourcomplaints ourcomplaints
complaints they are going to listen No Nopublic NopublIc Nopublic
public service servh corporation doing do1n busi business busIness business ¬
ness in t r city of the size Biz of Washing Washington Washington aBhlng aBhlngton
ton is going to listen unmoved to the therepresentations therepresentations therepresentations
representations of ISO fill business bullne men each eachone eachone eachone
one of whom Is anxious to ship some something something something ¬
thing over the companys line lIn and in a aposition aposition aposition
position largely larg ly tc increase hit ship shipments shljments sh1rmenta
ments as soon as the needed neede facilities facilitiesare tacilltiesare facilitiesare
are afforded I have every confidencedospito confidence confidencedosplto coolldfncedesplto
dosplto my own individual experience experienceand experienceand experienceand
and the experience of other shippers in inthe inthe inthe
the past that our united efforts are go goIng g gIng golug
Ing to accomplish a very decided d ed change changeBetter changeBetter changeBetter
Better Thai3 Than Tha Express Service ServiceIf
If we had a 0 dally local loc l freight ser service service sorviceout ¬
vice viceout out of Washington I have every everyconfidence everyconfidonce everyconfidence
confidence there would soon be ample ampletraffic amplotrafflc i itraffic
i ithe
traffic to make it decidedly profitable to tothe tothe
the operating roade It would be bet better better better ¬
ter than an express service M1VI for the thepassenger thepassenger thepassenger
passenger trains usually do not leave leaveat leaveat leaveat
at a convenient hour for the shipping shippingbusiness shippingbuslnos2 shippingbusiness
business Tho rates rate of course would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be much more favorable At any rate ratewith ratewith ratewith
with 150 shippers united in a request for forthe torthe forthe
the experiment I do not believe the rail railroads raUroads railroads ¬
roads would refuse It If it proved un unprofitable unprofitable unprofitable ¬
profitable it would bs within their theirright theirright theirright
right to discontinue It ItBakers It ItBakers itBakers
Bakers Say Facilities Are Poor PoorThat PoorThat PoorThat
That poor poor freight facilities facflltle have oper operated operated operated ¬
ated to the decided < disadvantage dl advantaae of ofWashington orWashington ofWashington
Washington is indicated by the exper experience experience experlenee ¬
ience of other business men than Mr MrGraham MrGraham MrGraham
Graham The Washington bakeries bakerieswhich bakerlNIwhich bakerieswhich
which are LU among the largest and most mostprogressive mostprogressive mostprogressive
progressive in the country and do on asr
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