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eORMELL STUDENT RESCUED FROM THE EAST RiVER
WBATHCB Clear la a To-SHBht gang? Fair.
WKATIIKK 1 iMrlaa To-Stahfl 4ir Fair.
GUI I I w IN
I "Circulation Books Open to All." I L-C
I " Circulation Books Open to All."
PRICE ONE CENT.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1011.
PRICE ONE CENT.
A PR TTA RTi TO F'TND.
. SAYS G. W. PERKINS
Takes Years of Preparation, but
There Is No Limit to Price of One
Who Keeps Pace With Mechani
cal and Commercial Invention.
It takes yearn for man to prepare himtelf for $10,000 obt, and
this tack of preparation is the cause of the dearth of these men.
The moving machinery made by man ha travelled overwhelm
ingly falter than man himtelf.
Inventions have $o crowded the commercial arena that man hat
not been able to cope with them at fatt at they appear.
Nine billion dollars it the approximate turn invested in the
inventions of one man, Edison.
The man uho reaches the $10,000 point in he rcho not only knuurt
his own work thoroughly, but that of the man ahead of him.
The way to promote and drutr out the best In the minds of men
is the constant meeting of groups in discussion waut and means
The $10,000 man is only possible after a lonn apprenticeship in
the school of experience the everyday contact of n an to man
This 1s a "get together" age and the man u ho lommands thf bin
salaries is he who not only knout his own mind, but those of other
No longer is it a question of brawn at much as brain. The day
ha come when we need statesmanship in business and business in
The first crying requisite for doing business is intercommunica
The art of the $10,000 man is to supervise, regulate and control
the actiont of men.
BY SOPHIE IRENE LOEB.
These are the views of George W. Perkins, whom I questioned
concerning (he scarcity of $10,000 men, as claimed by Thrmias Edison, who
Mid recently: "A New York man was looking for a couple of $10,000 men
the other day. He couldn't find 'em. Plenty of threes, b t no tens."
mat reason la a natural
one," said Mr. Perkins, "ana ao eaa
Is more eompeteat to kaew the
reason of the deart . of tea-taoaa-aa-oUar
me-, thea Mr. Bdl
on. The human mind has been
emancipated from the body.
"Electricity has given wings tn the
huovin mind, and It Is the mind, not me
body, that does business. The lt one
hundred yeart has been tue supreme day
nf the Inventor, Steam und -lecr-city,
!i Ids hBnJ, hive annihilated distance
and brougnt the people of the world
face to fs'-ti With "ne another, ami there
tore face to Met with entirely new prob
lem! in coinmerelal affairs.
MEN WHOSE STRIDE MATCHES
"As late an lilt the shortest posslblt
length of lima required for a m.nd In
tne Ln'.ted States to communicate with
mind In htUrOpc wa between fifty and
sixty days To-day a mind on our Fa
clBc Coait tan communicate with a mind
in Japan 'hrougb the air almost in
"la the past few years the men
who have seen making their way
to hitfb salary work have besa fee
lag these tremendous strides, al
most uapreparaJ. It has Some too
fast so tint when they have
reecbed the teu-thousand-dollar
point they have rcuo on up the
lice and have been rarely found,
la the vernacular, cut of a Job.
"Thus il eesaes afeOUl thai when a
man, sb U9tod by Mr. r.aiton, goes out i
in search of a Hrt grade product who
an at on e shoulder the i SSPOBI oil ty
of a business a'. has grown as rapidly
ee the enormous trend o,' the times dle-
tstss, It Is no si, tall wonder thai he has
difficulty m rinding tuoh a one I he rea
son of this is laofc of preparation, Things
have assumed SUOh proportions that the
human gllnd has difficulty in keeping up
with tne production uf man's own mi
ehtnerY, .tpproaltnateli nine billion dol
lars 1 Invented In the Inventions of one
msn Edison Imagine the number of
len-thousanJ-ioiiMi men needed here
'When yog dink of multiplication, dl-
The Building Up Process
A nrwsptprr nuy work monthi In an effort to "forcr" tdvtrtltlng
Into ONb sI'LCIAL hOlTlON and then only secure t hundred adver
tisements for publication.
It Is plain, therefor, that tome attraction far greater than "force,"
argument or persuasion must be responsible for thrte :mpresti..
So far thit year there havt been printed:
1,503,939 world Ad9.
603,878 More Than the Herald.
emd Rerultj only,
WtwM testes' and impress
I vision and adding machines that brine
wonderful results at the touch of a
finger, you mutt corr.a to realize that the
man who cope In any business with
thll condition uf jffuir, mut be wH
"It Is a very difficult matter to sten
'right In near tne top f an enterprise.
ic up me reins ami guide It safely, it
lie no mall wonder that there li a Kreat
: demand for such men and Jmt as Utile
wonder that there le a dearth of mem.
"The other night I was st a dinner
with Ave other business men. One of
our number. .Mr A . was called to the
telephone, lie returned, but after a few
minutes he was called to the telephone
again, and after ., turning had to an
swer a Ihlnl summons, it developed
that In that short space of time an Im
portant business proposition had been
WIRE COVERED MORE THAN
HALF THE COUNTRY.
"H's I call was from Chicago,
ths man with whom be had the di
rest deal. The Chicago man, la
tarn, had to consult with a man la
St. rani and one la Denver. The
second call wae to pnt ths result
of thtss conversations with at.
Paul and Dearer to "Cr. A. Ths
1 third call formed the final decision
of the deal.
I "Now wnen vou understand thst men
must have at their linger tips the whys
land wherefores of their partioulaf out ness
at such a perfects. s uiduid :lia:
, thelt minds must keep usee with 'he
modern Inventions, then theft h the
prime reason lor lack jf pp..r grade
"Suppose It had been possible WentV-
five years ago tor a body f business
) men to have gut In on aeroplane
floWn to Mali
Mars oelng older than
(Continued on Second Page.)
Hnnk Rewerre giai,)iiT,.ino.
The statement of Clearing House banks
for the week shows that the batiks
hold $l2.14,'.:si reserve In excess jf le
requirements. This is a decrease
I2,M4,QM in the proportionate cash i.
compared with last reek,
can explain this enormous
LEE S G"ANDNIECE S
GOOD WAR TACTICS
IN PROCESS SIEGE
Serene in Her Cozy Fortress Kenneth W. Hume of Brook
While Leg.il Men Shiver i lyn Rescued After Attending
in the Rain. a Fraternity Dinner.
MODISJE ASKS PAYMENT.
Besieged f.ady Is Wife of Luis
Pastor y de Mora, Spanish
Minister to China.
Henry II Kntner. en amblt'ons proc
ess er it, declares thai if he is stiu
unable to m:il(e the acquaintance to
day of Mrs ball Pernor y de Mora,
wife of the Spanish Minister to China,
he Probably gill make en affidavit si
strong they'll let him serve his paper.
by nailing ihem to her door at No. 11
East Fifty-fourth street.
It Is very provoking, he thinks, to
have to parade tn front of a dwelling
and neve I - object of his quest smile
tauntingly down on him aa she leans
gracefully out Jf a window In her be-
Mrs. de Mora's residence, according
It) all accounts, has resembled a castle
under alege for several days pat I, Three
process servers have been camped out-
elite part Of the time. She fnrm.rlv
Constance Caienovo ie of Baltimore,
a granunieee of Gen. Hobert E. Lee,
and a niece of Archibald Taylor of this
She Is wanted tn court to explain the
non-payment of a 1700 bill claimed to
have been bi ight last October from a
Fifth avenue store, to wit: Cleopatra
gown. $333; blue velvet suit, 1134, gold
lace. French hat. t5, pink kimono, tii;
motor coat, to;, shirtwaist, 133.
A collection agency had summons
Issued and it Is this summons Kutner
I! trying to serve. He started In Thurs
day and says that after Mrs. de Mora's
private secretary had told him to call
the next day and Mrs. de Mora would
be In to accept service, he heard a
sound at an upper window as ha left
and saw there the lady herself In her
pink kimono Inviting him to leave be
fore she called a policeman. She was
not a bit mad about It and smiled, but
she didn't come down and accept ser
vice. Yesterday he tried again. He eays
two other process servers were also on
the Job, but there was nothing doing
Ktltner st ick It out until late last night
despite the rain. He finally tried a ruse
by sending a young woman In a taxi
to the house, but no one came to the
Some of the servants told reporters
thai Mrs. de Mora's husband was In
ChlM most of the time and that they
had never seen ht:n.
DIES IN BROADWAY CAR.
Ilenrr V Vnn Hike, Knrmrrly lte
lelrar at I'rlncelon, tfins-Ued
h' Heart Dleraer.
Henry N. Van Dylte of No. 540 West
line Hundred and 'Pwenty-se -, id street,
formerly registrar at Mneetetl I'nlver
sity, died of heart disease to-day while
riding nn a southbound I OSdwas1 ear
at Ninety-fourth afreet. A number of
Christmas packngee addressed tn
friends at Princeton and several library
bonks containing a card bearing his
name and address WCTS t'-e meant of
Identlfvlng the body after it was taken
to the West One Hundredth street
The death caused a ha'f-hour block
of the car line, as the ho-ly could no:
he moved until Coroner Wlnterbottom
could be found by telephone to glv,
hvls permutf "n. Mr. Van Dyks leaves
a, widow and two siin He wa a
llstant relative nf the notes! !r Henrr
Van I'yke. former pastor of the Brisk
rreehytortan Church and professor of
literature at Princeton.
Yte Commissioner Johnson announfed
tA.dey a big lot of Chrlatmes promo-
tioM snd appotntmenti at Fire Head'
g i arte e Nine new enptains were
-nmrd: A'.fed W. Walah, John H. Hill,
lamel Coleman. Frank I. Owens,
Mleliatl BrtnSMi Francis X Byrne.
I. ;lte Vtanaftlli Oserge W. I.upplne end
ttl 1 l.angdon.
'Utile RStV lleUttnaatl five englneors
ittamtrt, sixteen probationary fire-
.ren, four Insps .ora of blssis and one
s peilnteiideiit of draughting were also
Commissioner "ohnsen snd Chief Ken
Ion made rompHmentsry epseehes to
the men and told them te keep up the
gjod c-sdltleas ef the departmettt.
SON OF A BANKER,
GIVES NO EXPLANATION
Family Scoff at the Idea Of
Attempted Suicide Or
Alexander Brady, a watchman em
ployed by the Dock I )i ;iurt,m. nt, heard
calls for help early to-lay omliiv Irc-n
the East River off Twenty-fourth stie-:.
Hrndy ran to the end of the recreation
pier which Is nearly a thousand feet
long, anil with the nelp of John ..irk.
another watchman, threw a rope out
from the end of the pier to a young
man who was struggling In the water.
T. en they pulled him ashore.
The two watchmen carried him to the
end of the pier and gave him the first
aid until De, Hrnwn arrived and re
moved him to Itellevue Hospital. At the
hospital the young man became uncon
scious and remained In that condition
until several hours after his rescue. He
fir st gave his name as Charles He, ,1
Later he admitted he was Kenneth W.
Heme, nineteen years old, the son of
Henry M. Hume of No. 13 I'lerpont
street, Brooklyn, banker and broker,
with offices a: No. ID Broadway.
-4i hour after the youth revealed his
name, an automobile containlnsT llnnry
M. Hume, the young mane um-le.
Frederick Hume, ami the family phy
sician, Dr. Van Colt, of Henry street,
Brooklyn, arrived at the hospital.
They went to the ward where young
Hume had ' ern placid. Thi y brought
a new outfit of clothing, and tlm buy
was nken away in the automobile.
YOUTH ATTENDED A FRATERN
ITY DINNER LAST NIOHT.
The police of the East Twenty'-aerond
Strict Station did not learn how the
young man got Into the water- it San
reported from an outelde source that
Hume, who In a CufUOtl student, had
attended a fraternity dinner last night
It Is pi SStMIl sd thai In the lai knees he
walked off the end of the pier.
Henry Hume, the father, would noi
dlsi-uee the matter. Mr. Humu's
! brother, Frederick, said It was a fam,l
At the family residence st No. 1&
I'lerpont street, Brooklyn. Kusaell
Hume, s brother nf the young man,
I eald the family didn't wish any noto
I rlely In the matter. Hie brother, he
! said, had l.-rt home last nlg-lit st 7
I o'clock to Hltend u fraternity dinner In
j Manhattan, and that was nil they knew
' about him until they received wont
i till he was In Bellevue Hospital. Tin
family ecofled l 'he Idea of foul play
or the HiigKealloii that the youth had
j been robbed.
Young Hume Is a freshman at Cor
nell. His mother went to Ithecs a few
lays ago and accompanied hint to the
I ill y .
1 He is now at his Home and lias suf
fered no III effects from his experi
ence In the water.
POPE PIUS SENDS GREETING
THROUGH CARDINAL FARLEY
Porrtlfl Directs New York Di"jiit
ary to Give Christmas Message
to Catholics iii AmerL'i.
ROME Iter. III. Cardinal Farley waa
again granted ai audience with Pope I
PlUt to-day und wis InttfuetSd by the.
Holy Father to coble a greeting from I
him to the CathollOS m America. The
Pontiff chatted with Cardinal Farley,
lor more than an hour and expressed
I hit gratification over tne bright out-j
look for the Chunk in the new world.1
Thirty other Cardlnall were giantel'
Christmas audlsnoes by the Popt. The
Pontiff -llil nol see ,, to be the least '
fatigued nnd was In line spirits.
WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED
ON CHRISTMAS DAY
MONDAY, DEC. 25
Dis a My Bumped Nose;
NOT MUCH HURT
Distinguished Tenor, Sending Freeport District Superintend
Off Presents, Pauses to j ent Fired Because Ciirl Sat
Caricature Himself. in His Lap.
CarutO, the unrivalled tenor of our
generailon, assisted hy two friends,
wae trying to get off his Christmas
mall when ths writer csllnd upun
him In Ills apartment at the Knicker
bocker Hotel yeeterday afternoon to In
quire abuut the condition of li s nose,
which he humped most realistic ally upon
the stage of the Metropolitan opera
House Thursday night while he was im
personating Marlu In Puccini's "Tosca."
"Oh! I'm all right I" he eald "Just
missed breaking any bones 01 losing any
teeth, but It was a close shave, wasn't
There he sat, smiling, In a lOUBglnl
Jacket, with h a nose piaster! In white
ointment, pegging away industriously at
getting rid of his cards and presents.
Upon toe 'able was a h,g book tilled
with addresses, t.'pun the Moor was u
heap of missives uddressed to friends
all over the world In ICuiope, Africa,
Australia, KoUtt America, well as In
the United t.Satus, which constantly was
growing big bar, "Here,'' hu sail, non
chalantly, "tails' your caul, it will save
mailing I've been working at this labor
of lOVS for four BOUTS ulieady."
The turd held the p. dure of a lovely
unman on the uuimUi. With Hi st
Wishes" underneath, and Ina'de It sajd.
In English, French and li.ulun, ' Alerry
Christinas and Happy New Vear. En
"Wen, ypn aren't particulatly a
beauty Josi now," said the writer. "Sup
pose you make a aketcu of yourself In
yuur Inimitable '"'
"Mure!" said Mr CarUSQ, Ani he
wslkrd q a mantelpiece that held a
mirror and made the Cgflcallefg that
accompanies thle article.
Mr. Carus.i speiks tgotlltnl Ragllth
and has a wide vocabularv. fa it "bump,"
which the writer had used in his re
port of toe aooldent, rstner staggered
Mm. "What is this "bump ? ' be asked,
and when It was explained to htm be
laughed snd wrote It In the Inscription
under the caricature, carefully asktug
as ts ths spelling
Maka da Sketch!
HUG OF TEACHER
COSTS MR. BARNES
HIS SCHOOL JOB
tptelsl In Thi- gleets! W'nrta )
HKMI'Sl'i: Mi, U I. 1 B Hustaln-
mg the charges that guperlnteadeni
Artluir 11. BameS nf the Freeport Hhool
District was guilty of Improper conduct
in periolttlna t pretty young achoal.
marm to sit upon his lap, Hchonl t.'om
mlsaloner James H. Oooley to-day an
ajovneed 'hat Mr. Iliirnes was no long
er fit to be a superintendent of schools.
Nils. Armstrong, the young teacher
who la nlleged to have aat upon Mr
I Itarnes's l ip. is boa' man led and .i sid
ling In the West. She vigorously denied
the charge that set tin- countryside hy
the cats. Iter verel-in. in which .Mr
Haines Joins With solemn emphasis, la
that she Bi'uldentalll sit upon t:, ,,.
erlajttndani eiap Mhe had been strug
gling to balaa bar schooi reglttsr, and
the in-rvoiis slr.iln brought on hvsterla,
causing her to faint on Mr, Harness
lanltor John Uteris, win reported the
Incident and preferred tne I irnes.
'didn't see il that wev. it looked to
him as if Miss Armstrong sat down
i dimly '"'! :.if.nail,. like a I v affec.
Ilonately, ind, having set down, en
ta ed if' srmt about Mi Barnaas
; Tne locsllty of Mr llarnea's district
1- split lata tWa camps, gentlmenl Is
aho it squsl ' d vldsd Mr Barset ln
leiuls to appeal f-r " lntteunint.
; FlltST It A i .'..li ng. pii,, gOJ; for
' three-) eai -old. and LIP Ward I Rva fur.
longs Tin Tim, i"-' lAwbrwss), :i la i,
d t i io and 'J lo '. tmni Ueon it. hu
tFalrbrothen, I to t, I to I and to i,
oeond; Bliss beth . in (Hrand), to I,
I I to l ami n to ',, third Time, I.egM
H is hi. Lady Hapsburgi Tsnn iss Hoy
and Hthernlet also ian ami iinlthtd a
HKCON4) HAOK selling, puree, Pfs);
fo- two. year-ul is Avt furlongs First
Aid, im (Brucs), t is I, to ', and 7 to
lb, ttret, Charlie O'Brien, IN (Hopklnsi),
t ti '-. iven and 1 in 2, second; I., ','.. s,,
'C iNteelei, l.'i to i, I to 1 ani II to 1,
third Time, I IS 41. Brslia, Miss Rtan'
nel, Doke Daffv, Cashtn. Heno, k also
ran and flnlsheil as named.
Turn rinrsfirn ihiht
IWU NKtMtN HUKI
AT $1 ,000,000 BLAZE
THAT COSTS A LIFE
'Borough Call" Summons Fifteen
Companies From Manhattan to
Brooklyn, and Firemen Dodge
a Shower of Bricks.
SICK MAN DIES IN ARMS
OF RESCUING POLICEMAN.
People in Crowded Tenements Near
Two Burning Factories Flee in
Panic as Flames Sweep Block.
Not until early to-day was a lire under control that destroyed half a block at
buildings In Williamsburg, caused the Injury of ssreral persons and Indirectly
the death of one man. and entailed a toss of between asan.Oto and tl.OM.OBt, There
were four alarms snd what Bremen call the "borough call." ths latter taking
twelve ensiio s from Manhattan across the bridge, besides three hook and tad
dera, four fuel wagons, a water lower, three btttalion chiefs sad ons deputy
COLLEGE HEAD IS
SUED BY TEACHER,
Normal President Refused to
Recommend Her When She
l ost Job, She Says.
charging President Oeorge I rsvia
of the Normal College, reflected on her
ability aa a teacher. Miss Margaret
lllnnk. rttteln, an Instructor in German
at the Normal College until last June,
bo-day b rough I suit against Wavls for
A latter, alleged in have been WllUsn
by I'.nls. Is lUhmtttsd to the Court In
tl imiplnltit and If la upon the wonl-
of tins that Miss BlankenStSln bases
her suit The letter as written on
May " In it to one "iJ. J n ," and reads
I am sorry I cannot give Mts.s
BlawdlMttata the aesuran-e that she
can remain al the Normal College next
fall There Is no rumor Concerning her
giving Up her work, for Mies IMankcn
ataln ua Informed last fall he.' ser
vices iril.l nit be required after this
.lime While i agree with all you isvy
cot rnlng Miss Blanbtnattln a
woman, 'lie Is not, as a ieachtfi one
when I shouUI rt mruead for a per-
in mi ni position In the Normal Collsga."
Miss Hlankeiisi.cn -us this letter haa
st, nt In Hie way of her getting another
DECLARE WOMAN GUILTY
OF FIRST DEGREE MURDER.
QOtsDBN Coi., Iec il slallty of
murder In 'he llrst dig it With a rec
u'umvndat'ou of llf" imprisonment was
the vrrd1"t returned to-day h (he jury
In the tags of Mrs Angelina (larra
mone, I'htrge.l with killing Sirs. Maria
I.jkc intla. Aug Bs Wei
Mrs CoBtatla Korgione and haf
daughtsr, tall t, leeitaed durlBt tl t trial
tost the) wltaeeacd the sjturder, They
declared they Mrs Qarramoga uke
Mrs. isaguardis iu a ravtkaa naai Tame
Mountain, I - b sr by the ..air und
iliaw i but. hi i Imlfe across her throat,
hbe tn--. i Hut i - I till body In tilt r ivllie,
Wgmsd the srltnesass u "keep
mum" nit rei nrd i" Deave
Tne ronvlctloa nf toe wotjiag breaka
up the gang "' 11 tcgmall Hall 'lis i i it
has terrorised Uallag tjugriei here
for veiis Mis UarrgnMac ras credited
by t e Hull mis wi:h supernatural pew
ere snd dead nated that guarlei',
elslscsjui ressrUiais simI ii-seu m all l 'oeet
snaa. Imrsl Houlh Amsrleaa eul HcnuiUs
swsiusrs- I'hn-S rooui fur lamest sad tauuala
ui.fa ilsl sni Mitfuu isxeaisi. mitis, id sear
eerisr. . ' iss'silers ,he-s.
BueM" trseaV IhiiltsOT tWi
Ths world Tresel
WHO ASKS $50,000
felt tlu Islr.tvuns
The blsss stsrtsd about t o'clock Itt
ths office of ths plant of the K. at
Vernon Company, manufacturers ef
blankbooks end bookbinders, and spread
to ths houses on ths block bounded hf
North Tenth and North Eleventh
streets, Barry strset and Bedford are
no , Brooklyn. An eight-foot curt sep
arates the Vernon factory from last
Klectrose If anufacturlng Company, alls
vei. platers, an sight-story building.
The two factories employ between sevea
hundred snd sight hundred workmen.
At 1 o'clock thla morning whllt Ore
men were still working on the ruins, a
wall on tbe North Eleventh strset tide
of the build. ng fell. Injuring Wtlnean
Qutnn of Engine Company No. 11, Man
hattan, and Fireman Jamee Johnsoa al
Engine Company No. lis, Brooklyn. Thar
were attended by Dr. Eckert of the
Williamsburg Hospital snd taksn home,
suffering from cuts and bruises.
Another part of the sums wall fell at
4.30 and several Bremen of Engine
Company No. 121 came near being
burled. Bricks fell on thorn, but giaao
Ing off their helmets, did no' harm.
l'atrolman Uonoher of ths fire patrol
fe 1 frum a ladder during, the Are and
broke one of his knee caps. He was
taken to a hospital.
SICK MAN DIES IN ARMS OF
John Mulroy was sick In bod tn the
wooden tenement at No. ltd North Tenth
street and was lsft behind in ths rath
from ths building, rullcsman Carroll
of the Herbe t street station brought b;m
out, but he died in the policeman's arms
frum apoplexy, aupei induced by tbe ex
i.teuient, John Carpenter of No. ill North Kiev
enth street had a leg broken by being
bowled over by William Meloney, driver
for Battalion Chief liavannuy, who waa
going top speed through Bedford avenue
to the lire.
After a watchman discovered the
flame, for a time the engines were pow
er I r- s to eend streams above the second
floor Policemen went through four
tenements at North Tenth and Berry
sir, i ts and d ore everybody to the
ttrsela The llreboat Van Wck got
within three Plucks, but could do little
T e roofs of tn,; two factories began
failing Paper from the Vernon fac
toi.v w is hurled high In the air and
caught by a varying wind was carried
to the roofs of tenement houses for a
radius of two hlooka
CAUGHT BY FALLING WALLS
Bj 10 o'clock walls began toppling OS
ever) side of the building. Chief l.ally
orderod the tlretiteti not to appioajh
. lose to tbe burning houses. Three Ara
attn avert detpaU'hed to warn their
comrades back ana were across from
ne ernon factory on Klsventh street
vbell they were caught by falling walla
and I UJ ning timber.
The men were i ivjerlck Schneider ef
No. lit Engine Company, left arm al
most severed, cuts about the face, head
and body, and burns, Anton lloltsntatta.
No. ir Knglne Company, cuts a bent
head, bodv and face, and Internal la
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