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VOL. XXIII.
MOST MODERN
OF DEFENSES IN
USE AT TORREON
Yet General Villa Is.Confident City
Will Be His Soon With Lit
tle Fighting
INVESTMENT ABOUT TO START
Progress of Rebel Commander
Has Met With Feeble Oppo
sition So Far
BelnejIUe, Dutnugo, (Conetitutlou
alist Held base) -March 11. Marked
by .-harp bfUgbpg with tin- enemy,
General Villa's spectacular march
rjjp'" Torreon, which ijcKin !(
Friday, was Marini tin- end today
Only a few bactendag and auburban
towns remained between ins army t
IS, oat ami tin- actual alege ( Torreon,
villa is confident that only a ton more
bourn and Itttte Rghtlng win paai !.
fota his amy is InvaatlM Torr oa
oreoer.
Officers, after viewlae aome of thai
federal fortifications through Held
slcaeee, reported tha lafanaai ate l j -borate
a ad tin- latest approved math
odu employed, so Ihe troops may move
frmii trench to trench without expoo'
lug t h instd i s. Barbed aIra entanxle
mantl are Viatbla,
Troops eontlnttad to pour Intc tins
city from the North today. Practical
hr ;di supplied from yermo are now
have,
Much Interest In Battle.
Washington, March Information
received by tha president Indicate iim
Iha parleys at Vara Crua batweaa John
Li ad and Minister Bojea havt not
reached the stags of formal negotia
tion or definite proposals Nothing of
Isaportanos has developed, the preel
dent told cailera. Inter t In official
circles i focused almoal entlrel) on the
buttle of Torreon.
The hattt- will be the turning
point in the Mexican revolution, la the
opinion of adralntetratlon ofBclala l(
eteuriy will Indicate) it is believed the
relative Hreagth of the coeaftltutlouaN
ist cauae and the ftuorta government.
Tin mttcomc is 'xi ted to Influence
tha American alley to a considerable
extant
Thf ptmnuaeo in Vara Crua at this
time of Charge oghaughaeeay and
Chara Hairier f the United Btates
saebassy and itritish lefjatioa rcapoot
Ivety is taken data t mean that the
Batttah government la eo operating
with the United States in the la teat
effects lo bring shout a peaceful get
tlement Rebel Garrison Wiped Out.
Pellro, Texas. March Twenty
seven mamheri of tin- Const Itutlonal-
1st jjnrnson at Lag V.nns, Mexico,
which was reported annihilated yes
terday by tha federaia, arrived here
ami aarrsaderad to Mm American hol
der forces.
Infers Benton Wis Stabbed.
Washington. March It.- rittoh
Coonael Perclvara offtelel report of the
killing of Herton. an KnKlishman. St
Jsarres .says: "No pistol shots were
tired" in the fifhl which ended in the
ranchman's death, laavlnfl the infer
. n S that lie was stabbed.
The PefCtval report makes no deft
nlte ( barffa as to the manner of Ben
ton'i death further than to eatablten
it was net iv gboottnft as Bret aald b)
Villa. The broad Inference that Hen
ton was stabbed is regarded as espe
cially significant m connection with
other information here thai the Coi-
stltutlonaltet Investigating committer
found Benton waa btahhed by one of
Villa1.- ofgeere, who. it la expected, will
l.e n ied for tin i rime.
NOW BELIEVE PROFESSOR
MERICALLI WAS MURDERED.
Naples. March ItvThe police be
lleve that Professor Meriialli. director
of the Veauvlua uaaarvaton found
burned is death recently, was mur
oerad Fourteen hundred dollara he
had is missinK. it is believed tha
tMeyea took tha money, strangled the
profeeeoc aaturated tha bad a Ith pel
rwtoum, and set tire to its to eon. sal
the erinie,
U S. SUPERDREADNOUGHT
OKLAHOMA IS LAUNCHED.
Philadelphia, Mar. h IS. The super
dreadnouuht klaholini. one of the
law Bt and most pOWCl ful ol Ann rl n
imttlashlpa. wan launched today. In tin
Nan York sMpbuUdtng yarda at Cam
gun, N. J.. In the pr. seiue of a lafgC
nundn r of invited ituestn. ineludinn ol
(h.-rs of the Argentina and Chineea
I1H l S
CHICAGO POLITICIAN AND
HIS SON ARE PI N EC FOR
KEEPING GAMBLING HOUSE.
Chicago, March lm. M'ii .s Babath
and s.,n. Mariv. Wi Pi fWnd fttlltj Oi
aaeplng aamblini hunaa in 1
lon formerly owned by thein MoT
rin. who l Mttfa in n
was gSjsd JJim, ami his O u lf.
ii - o i a
FORMER COACHMAN SECRETLY MARRIES
DAUGHTER OF MICHIGAN MILLIONAIRE
o
Max Frederick Kleist's Relatives
at Marquette Admit His Mar
riage to Miss Juliet Breitung in
East Last Fall.
A Marquette diapatch to the Detroit
FrM Press M) I :
Beta Uvea of the bridegroom s emitted
the truth of the reported secret mar
riage of Miss Juliet Brett una and Max
Frederick. Khnat la Nee fork city, it
is mute re toad the wedding took phv a
last November,
Bdward n. Brettunxi father of the
) oitng woman, is one of the nrealth
iest men in the state. Vouns Klelat
formerly Hved here, being empkyd
as coachman and gaadener by Austin
Farrell, whose reaidence adjoint thit
of the Bre!tunga on BSaal Bidxe street.
The young man spent a year in lb
city,
Mlea Breitung was in Marquette all
last summer. She left In the late fall
for New York, where ehe has irtace re
mained, participating with her mother
lu man of the most Important ocietj
events of the season. The family oc
cuplea a luxurious sutte In th' Hotel
! Bt. Bexla.
Orifjin of the Romance.
Belatlvea of Miss Breituna here hat
n . i ed no eord of the reported mat
riags and the) at 1
dee la red
story could not be true, Howeve . tha
news was credited by rarhnia person
in tha part of the I it where the ro
mance had its beginning,
The couple are said to hava mat
frequently. The) were seen walking
and ri'linu together. To persons aware
of their meeting the news of the mar
riaKe came as no surprise.
Young Kleist la 11 enra old He
is quite and unaaaumlng. la ot wholly I
good hablta and of excellent reputa-
Bqu bare, and regarded aa an exera
nlai roUnU man. lb a'lie to Mar
inette from Mantatlque,
It Ills father. W illiam
ow ni r Of a farm m the
a eJch the bo) had batnt
for this eft) .
At present he is in Mt
near whlctl
Kleist. is the
ruttlvntlon of
d until h left
aollon. a mln
USJ riiinp i" New tdUXtCO, PreVtoUBlj
to .;oilLi there he had leell ill Colo
rado and elsewhere hi the West. It !l
said here that he is in the emplov of a
mining eegapen) in which Mr, Breltuna
is lalariadad ib haa iwa sisters in
this city.
Family Very Wealthy.
The bride is II rears old. she waa
educated at fashionahle schools In
(he east and l private lUUMM
home and has spent much time awa
from the city, sin- is i Btriklngl)
handaome young woman and is the
onlv child of the tainilv.
Her father is interested iii banking
and other HtTga eiiierpilses. He is
several times a tnlllluimlre. Loula
K. Kaufman, hanker of N' Fork;
Kathaa sTaafaasUi owner of the Con
Kiess hotel. Chicago, and g. B Kattf
man. hanker of this city, are Uncles of
the fOUUg woman. OK lot mothei s
side.
The BtOftUng and Kaufnian Int.i
ests control IdK Iron and copper ndnes
in th upper peninsula, two hanks IS
Marquettai iwa hanks in Nan xottA
GOING DOWN PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
I i WW , Hk,
i?8
He
- if e n
i- ; ; ff rtvr f 9f t
THE "BLUEBEARD" OF
QIRMANV IS BEHLADED.
KILLED FOUR PERSONS.
l "i a nkfort - on - Mail.. i b rm-
ony, March zs. Carl HopC I
drUSflat of this city, known as
the ''Bluebeard of Germany1
e aa bahendad today, Ha was
found gulHy of murdering his
father, (tret wife, ins two chil
dren and also attempting to
mui del hla aeeand and third
wives and several Other per
sons. ROOSEVELT HAS NARROW
ESCAPE; LOSES OUTFIT
New York. Marsh M Colonel
Booeevelt'a family and ftleada are
anxiously awaiting further advices rc
gsrdlng an accident in which his party
lost their entire equipment iii the rap
ids of a graalllan river. Whlta no
concern, n is stated, is Ml fur the
saldy of the fornu r president, it is de
Vlred to learn Jusi lio.v and when the
ae -blent ocenred. and w hether the ex
pedltlon will be abandoned.
News of the mishap came in a brief
mesaaae from tnthony Flala, a mem
ber of the parly, it was dated Banta-
rem, Brnall, yesterday, and read:
uwe lost everything In the rapids.
Telephone my wife of my safety."
Pie nn firm la In the state of Para.
and the dispatch probably was sent
there by courier.
The accident In all probability oc
curred on Ihe unknown river which
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., -aid Ills fath
er, n a letter tO Him had called the
itio Dntuata, or "River at Doubt." in
a 1. 1 tee written Juluury, la, in tha
central part of Brnall, ami received
last weak by a friend, ftoooevdt aptd
i. . , i e ted lo explore this unknown
liver. -
NAME GLACIER PARK LAKE.
Washington. I. 1'.. March IS. Lake
Ellen W'ils.ui now is ihe name of a
beautiful body of water in CNacler Na
tional park, Secretary Lena has .-
named It in honor of the president's
.vile gecretary Lane found the lake,
said t' he ihe meat beautiful of its si.e
in ihe '.vest, on his trip last summer. It
is a mile kmg and half a mile wide.
JAP CABINET MmY RESIGN.
Tokio, March The Japanese par
liament was prolonged today by tha
emperor, owing to ihe inability of the
House of Peels and House of Hcpre-
entatlvea to aggaa on appropriations
for the navy, in political circles it la
pone roll) befteved Ihe cabinet win re
afcrn. and are reported to he worth ahotit
$;.",. mill. una ggUJgHJt I g KaUfRMM was
mrmerl) promlnsnt in Mlohlgnn pull-
KMist lived with his sister,
( hat l - Moi rlsnn, in MarpH lie.
.li.
CALUMET. MICHIGAN, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH
s
mm'fi h'h'F
PATHETIC SCENE IN N
WHITE HOUSE TODAY
Dying Boy of Twelve Has Wish to
See President Hratlfisd
Washington, MufCh -'!. Pale, hut
smiling, a lad of twelve lay on a
stretcher ill the blue room of the white
house today, and heslde him sat the
pre aidant of the Batted states
The scons was the culmination of
weeks of learning, and tha kind re
sponse of the president to the UttWt
boy's plea, made through the lad's
mother, who had written to Mrs. Wil
son, tailing how the bay had been
praying t . we the president.
Pa 111 1 zed in limit, ami his life slow ly
ebbing away, little Wlnthrop Davis,
if geWk'kJey, Pa., was the president's
early caller, He came in a motor am
bulance and three hospital attendants
bora Mm to the white house and into
the Hue room.
The president 'hatted several min
utes to the little fellow, w hose eyes
beamed with joy ami, w ho, at first, was
too happy to spank, Final!) he asked
about Mrs. Wilson and baft gowers for
her.
The president's eyes dimmed aa tin
little !oy was carried out on the
tretcher to be taken to Atlantic city.
CHICAGO TO RE HOST TO
DENTISTS OF THE WORLD
Chicago, 111. March - t. Bentlata
fn m all parts of the world are gather
ing in Chicago to take part in the cele
bration this week of the liftieth anni
versary of the founding of the Illinois
state Dental aociety. With several
thousand visitors alreadv in the 1 1
and many other prominent leaders it
the dental prolession expected to ar
rive by tomorrow, the gathering k'v"s
prom tea of being one of tin- largest and
most representative of its kind ever
held. This afternoon the tirst of a
large series of ctinici atranxed for the
week were hei.i at the rnrioua meeting
halls and dental colleges. At these
clinics smln ni dental expert! from
various states and from ' anada ami
Europe dem o net rated tin- latest die-
COVOriea ami methods in dental wink.
MICHIGAN LOCAL OPTION
LAW IS CONSTITUTIONAL
Washington. March St. The Mh hi
Kan local option law of Ifgg was up
held today as conatltutlonal kj the
supreme court.
SMOKED W TO 30 v
CIGARS DAILY: DIES OF v
CANCER OF TONGUE, v
New York. March I'll.
Thomas I MagUtTU, a veteran v
theatric,! manage!' who lived V
for ten yeara arltbout a tongue,
whic'i aaa reuaeeud because of
catn er. 'la d vesterdny of that v
dHc.se. He smoked Iweiitv- V
live to t hn tv citmrs almost ev -eiy
gs) i"1' twenty Vears.
t'anci . 1' the toiiKiie devel- d
oped
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23. 1914.
PEACE REIGNS IN ULSTER; TROOPS THERE
ONLY TO PROTECT PROPERTY, RUT ORANGE
FORCES ARE PREPARED FOR EVENTUALITIES
IRISH CRISIS IN
Irish parliamentary part) in Mouse ,.f Commons, ufu i -n KKhn
for .vears. induced Brltteb government to introduce Irish home rule
hill.
With the slogan "I'lster will tlKht,' iraniemen o I'lster, realla Bg
Lome rule almosi a certaint.v, have OTgaolaed a roluntOOr arm) esti
mated at from I lio.ooo to M0,sfg men. under the leadership of Sir
Bdward Car n. lumar Law and u there, te reatet b) torn of aim. .
Dublin aarHaaaent,
I'eai inn uprisitiKs if home rule were enacted. PeeaeJer Aaqulfh d
Isasd to eaaanronriaa b) permitting tha nine TTatnr roantles to vote
on the question of refusing ' reeuglllas an Irish parliament for six
ream
ITIateritea refused any compiromlai
since Thursday has been mobilising
strati glc io,nts.
Man) arm) offlcera have res lamed
see age in threatened civil war.
The home rule hill has passed twice the House ,
haa beau rejected twice by the Ifeuae ..f Lords if
time aj the ('ominous it he omea a law reicariJless
the House ot Lords,
"MOTHER" JONES
AGAIN PRISONER
IN STRIKE ZONE
Taken by Military From Train on;
the Way to Trinidad
Denver, March 1 tressed in Mad,
Clot haa a hit ruatry, alone and almost
unrecognised, "Mother" .baas walked
throtiKh the Kates ol tin- I'nion depot
last Bight and boarded a train for
Trinidad, in spite oi the warnings of
the bigkl state officials.
Is Arrested by Troops.
'alst uberg, Colo., March II.- After
a week's freedom Mother'" iar;.
Jones is analn a milltar.v prisoner. The
aged strike leader was taken from the
train here at ." o'clock this morning by
Captain Hlckeeaon, acting under or
deis of Adjutant General Che ae, and
lodged in the count) hospital und'-r
military guard, "Mother" Jonei bald
incommunicado.
"Kidnaping," Declares Lawson.
Denver, March u.'t. "It is a plain
case of kidnaping ami nothing else.'
declared John Lawaou, international
board member tf the United Mine
Workers, when advised that '.Mother''
JOUOS had been taken from the tram at
Wateenburg. she was going through
the piece, and there was abeotutel) no
charge agatnri her 1 bo pa the supreme
court will act."
Lawson left for Wateenburg this
nwrning,
To Appeal to High Court.
Denver, March f Horace Hawhina,
attorney for "Mother" Jones, said aba
would apply t the aupremo court for
a writ of ha has a cot pug for her re-
teeaa She will ask the supreme court
to take original a tlon.
FAVORS GRANTED MADAME
CAILLADX ARODSE PROTESTS
Paria, March Mutiny is threat
ened smong the eight hundred women
Incarcerated in the saint Latere pris
on, ail of whom object to the granting
of so many privileges to Madame Call-
luux. The puntebment cella an- lilted
with refractor) women, who continue
to shriek protects agalnat "discrimi
nation." Their attorneys demand 'hat
(he women's cells he heated andth.it
la tter food he supplied their clients
Madame Calllattg was Sgaln before
the examining magtetrata today,
Strong guarda were in the victalty of
the conns to previni demo na tret Ions,
CaiHaua Mak-r. Denial.
Paris, March IS, -There ate main
rumors in political circles as to the
pfohaole fall ol ihe I'f. ii. Il cahiuet as
a seiuei id' tin- revetettona of govern
mi nt Influence brought to bear tro
curv a pootponement of the trial id
Henri Hnchette. who swiinlhd th
Krem h pubBc of ndllions
former Minister of Finance CM!
laiix. at his own reipiest, appeared be
fore the chamber of deputise1 Invee
Ugnttng committee today and b niei
iv either dins-tiv or indirectly vc
sueatad the lawyer leprteootiag Bo-
chette to ask for a postponement of
the trial.
Fires at Judges.
Paris. March A woman appar
ently demented, whose Identity baa p A
been eotablhnunt, tired three shots at
the Jiutees slttinu in the j.iiii cham
ber of the palace of Justice today,
GREAT HARVEST PREDICTED.
San Prancis. . March -':!. BapOTtg
pr, die' that th. I' V ill. COUat, (torn
Brlttab Cgltwbla the Mexican ior
der will produce the sreatest harvest
la r mil m.,.,i. In
III I u sum in ei ' i.-ii
t in extreme a i
A NUTSHELL
ind the Brltteb
' ops ami ship
j;ov ernmen I
-of-war at
their
immisslona rather than
r Commons and
passed a third
of SO) Vote in
REP. IV! DONALD
ACCUSES CRUSE
AND OPERATORS
Rants Before Committee About
"Autocratic Control"
Washington. March IS. "Ufa and
labor conditions in the Butte, Montana,
field are much superior to life and la
bor conditions in tin- Michigan copper
field." declared John Mitchell before
the Hons,- commutes Inveet beating the
Calumet strike. He son) the Hutte
miners Were paid on the Uasls of the
selling price of copper, a minimum if
3.fi0 for an eitihl-hpur nay. wen- not
fori ed io tradi w ith company titores
and live in compan.v houses.
Chairman Taylor pointed out that
the contention of the Michigan opera
tors is that the Western Federation oi
Miners was founded on "Ked Sociul
ism." Mitchell said the Socialist party Was
organized and was circulating a news
paper in the oopper counti) before any
attempt was tnade to unionize the la
borere. "It would seem," he said.
"that the opposition of the mine opera
tors is not agalnat the political goctat
ist. hut sgalnat the organ teed employee,
opposition to paying a fair wage, rath
er than to any political party or pro
paganda." MacDonald Addresses Committee.
Representative MaoDonaM, of Mich
igan, author of the original reeolutl n
authortalug the Investigation, mauv
brief statement. Ha declared that con
ditions in the copper count: .' rfg
made possihle because "of t . auto
cratic control of all land, husmess, nov-
ernment ami opnortunit) "bj big mtn
inn corporations."
"This antocrbtlc control is the Mf
vital thing in this situation," In said.
"Unless It is dissipated you will never
he aide to settle tins dist tirhancc."
All of the forces ,,f government In
the copper COUtttry, ha said, were mil-
Itded tluriiiu the strike, The sheriff,"
l.e continued. ' 'made R0 hoiia tide effort
to enftWCe the law Mr. Waddell .f
the company Which imported the kum
mcn took harga of the sheriff's office
just as soon as the strike began, mi
of tin- fore s in tin sberlfTi office were
subverted from the dut) of enforclns
Continued on 6th Page. 4t- Column
.j. .;- ; .. ; ; ; -; ; ;
V SIR EDWARD CARSON. v
: BRILLIANT OrtATOR. HAS v
: . LONG LED L LSTE RITES, v
I Sir Bdward Henr) Carson has
kmg been an important figure in
British politics, i .v en before the
; la trod action of the present
home rate hill sir Bdward was :
one f the ri gnkaed lenders of
the union lata He waa solicitor
'I general for Ireland in istS, and
! daring tin- Balfour admlntetrn- t
tkm be vvas gelteltor geneiai ..r !
the Magekan. He Is a brlBlant
lawyer and a forceful apeaker,
sin. a the beginning (' the
present home rule agitation gir
: Bdwntd has been rscognteed
I- leader of the I'lster iriOOOU-
ciiahies. in pnrllnment he has
I' npeatedlv asserted that I'lster
will not sabmit to any Dublin
or nramsnt. ami he has been
V the legging spirit in the orKan-
J. laat km of the tftgtCf army of
defense. v
J There can he no doiiht of S.r
Bdward Carson's sumeetueea or g
oi ins determination to SgM !
rather than to snhniii la thein- d)
cluBtea of rister in anj aehaena
of Irish home rule. v
He was born m Diitdin ,",!
vears BgO.
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NUMBER 132
CRISIS IN ARMY
IS CLEARED UP
Premier Asquith Says It Was Mis
understanding Which Caused
Officers to Resign
NO EXCITEMENT ON SUNDAY
Situation Is More Favorable and
in Meantime Ulster Awaits
the Next Move
l. on ion. March "Misunderstand
nij;" was the ke note of Preina i A --
quiths explanation today .: the crista
brought about bj the reabynationa of
army officers w h n their regknenta
were ordered to prepare to proceed i i
Qlater. B pea king la the iioi.se of Com
mons, As.piith made it dear, howese.-.
that othe rs and men ,,f the Brltteb a,
D9) Mfuaiag to obey orders in . onnec-
tios with Hi.- opposition oi' Ulster to
the introduction of boUM fttle, we.
liable to dismissal.
Interest in the disss t Isfartl-n In the
artnv. arising out ot tin newest phase
of the home rule situation, was dis
played in the House of Canunoaa thia
afternoon when the ilo ise was crowd
ed to listen to th-- statement of CoL
Seeiv. secretary of war.
Beeiy's ogfganunbatlon waa brief end
u'terlv eaggjtej The atat Of i mis that
some officer hud Informed COUUttan-der-ln
-i 'hief PaRet. in Ireland, that
they could not serve in certain even
tualities. There was. lie said a llli-undersiandill-:,
an.' the.-' officer.-, we.
ordered t rejoin their regiment, Tin;
movement ,,f troops, he declared was
solely to protect government property.
Bonar Law. leader of the oppoaltlon.
h . tared nothinu could suve Hie arniv
innv l.ut the declaration that offiCSra of
the navy anil army not he i om pelted to
enaage in civil w,n against their wish
A mm h easier feeiina has been cre
ated b) the renaaurtng statement i
Premier Aequitb that the troop move
ment in rister was ordered aa oat) i
precautionary measure for the protec
tion of government property.
Quiet In Ulster Capital.
Belfast, March ZS. Tha capital of
Ulster, in wbicb are the beadQuartei ;
of the provisional government, toduj
was perhaps the least excited city oil,
ward!) in the United KbUjdmn. Sffo
in. re troops arrived, a. id none ar. i
pe. tell. The UnlOJdl s. however, StS
determined to be pn pared ror ail
v entttalittee.
No Trouble on Sunday.
London. March II The dread Bun
day passed without the slightest dis
turbances 'f order in Belfast ..r in I'l
ster. hut the gravity of the . risis is
fully indicated hy the feci that the
kinir cancelled his intended week-end
visit to tiie Bnrl and the Couuteea of
I Rerby at i.iv erpooL
The kitiK has thrown his Influence
larmstly on the side of conciliation.
He seems to have made a pefeottal aj'
peal to the otlh ers who have trsi.lv . 1
to reslun rather than fece the poaal
biiily of being called upon to Bght In
I'lster. ami it may he taken for grunt
ed that ihe king is quatty aerting his
influence with ins ministers in the
same conciliator) direction,
Nationalists Abandon Parade.
Proofs are not wanting of tin- deoire
on botfe shies thai everything possible
Should he done te avoid an hatii e I'
conflict. The Nationalists l ave sbes
done, their proposed parade al Len
donderry, and Sir Bdward Carson, the
rister I'n'omst here, continues t"
fetOe the desire tfl do his utmost I
a v. .id prOVR n a I iv e acts.
The government announces that ail
intended movements ,a troop-, in Ire
land have not been completed, hut this
mav he a dei isioil I .late. hv the
threatened iwlggatiun "f the officers.
Numerous tfueetkma on Ihte and con
nate matters are to be nsel in parlia
ment tomorrow and should bring tot It
reliable information on w hat at preei ii
Cont'iued on feth Hgs, 5th Columr..
THE WEATHER.
Generally fair to
day. Not so cold
night snd Tues-Tuesdsy.
IS

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