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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912.
TRAIN ROBBER OF
OTHER DAYS NOW
RUNS FOR OFFICE
A1 Jennings, Once f-rontior
Desperado, a Candidate for
HAS A PRISON RECORD.
But He Is Loved and Admired,
and Has a Good Chance
: partner. And la nt tlH generally con
ceded to tie deelratile, irT )t ny 11
41 Jennings, one-time train rohber. hn)J of tMrkn .,, .t,.,-,?
oamaw and. ban man of tha M Indian Jjf B vfry ffrt)- n(1 on,,,.,, tjpp.
Territory, wants to be a OnMI At- ! of ,nf.,u(rragist who If obeaeead by
tarney again down In Oklahoma, o the thg Un tha, (h wni, jntv of woman
deaf istches from Oklahoma City say. I u t0 b proton,. And .h are
Ha raelved trie nemorratlr nomination I frw puffragutg who In their rampant
for tha ofHr-e over half a dozen other d,miinfl tnr 'rights' ara somesehnt in
randidate In rrmt primaries ami now cVnrA lo overlook duties. But tha
in Ills rsmpsign hs's telling the voter rnk fl, , whatever our polltl
of Oklahoma that even though he once .nnvl'llona or lak of tham, aro
robbed express car and did a term In prM,y we) convnred that, married or
Federal prls'in h watita a chano to i unmarred, a woman tiai har job and
prove rbat ha ran tie an honest official. u 0 hfr , io Jt,
FROM "OLE VIROINNY" TO WILD
ANO WOOLLV FRONTIER.
The whirlwind romance of Al Jen
nlng' life be in whop hla father, fni,
Jennings, a Con fell crate soldier, who
raid bean ruined by the war. move! Tile
family from Virginia out to tha then
vary real frontier of the Indian Terrl -
tory. He aertleil with hi large family
In rwtawaiomie .ouniy in w. im
wa a lawyer and a politician, arie.r mate lo mm. Hi" pannrrsuip i wtw
th old achool type, and he had tralMd iaafrtaV Why continue to aak inteieat
hla four aona for the bar. At the time on mock In which aha la no longer Jcant
that Col. Jennlnna waa Prohate Judfe 1 owner? Support for her child la an
of Pottawatomie County youni- Al wa ,.,.. matter. In tliat caae the iliuoband o
elected attorney of Canadian County, i obllfatlon la equal with her own. But
with bl office at Reno, the county wrini ehe aaka aupport for heraelf aha
at. almply Join thaprank of the matrl-
lt wa In a little court room nt Wood- ! monlal urafter.
ward, Okla., that the la wa paaed I However, we are now oonalderln the
by Al Jennlnare and hi brother married woman who hontly want to
M. who were ervlnir Inlntly aa oinel pu her har. The conenau of opln
la a petty caae, to Col. Temple Iloui- .on o far h been that while the wife
ton. a on of the noted fighter and ohould have her own economic value,
liberator Ham Houaton. HOIUtOat, hot , oia gimuld find It within th four wall
tempered and untamed, aa hi father !of ner home. "A penny alved la a
bad been, alapped M IaMlllffa'1 face In prnr,y e:inied," and In tbl faahlon a
court The three men met In a taloon j frlfa'f enrtilnc ahould be gathered,
treat night and each made the lightning j To-diiy the convera of thla theorem
move to the hip whloh apclt eudden , precntr I by Mr. Charle V. Oray
death In th borderland In thoie day. r fa, IM Proapect Park Waat, Brook
When the amoke '.rted away K.I yn j,.r!i. Oray I an affectionate wlf
Jennlng wa atretchecl on the DM room
floor, dead. Al Jennlng hnd a bullet
through hi ahnulder. and th eon of
Kara llomton was un'rathed. .I Jrn
Btngs himself has ea'd that tl v is that
quick and intense moment In the sa'oon
which made him an outlaw lie threw
up his pra'tlce, strapped hla un to his
Mp, and rode-out Into the wild land to
"gat" th mn wtw had killed his
"After that I didn't rare Vint hnp
ponysl." wa the way Al J.i.n'.'.xs re
counted t hla phase of hi career when
h was talking to new-made friend In
New York four years ago. "I couldn't
go back without being arrrstid for
something or other I hadn't done. I wj
outside the law and :t got In my blood
that I might well go th 'whole
WITH BROTHER TOOK UP PRO
FESSION OF TRAIN ROBBER.
o JennlnR and nil brother Frank be.
cams train robbers a lucrative and
not altogether danxerous business In
thoae wild days In the old Territory.
Ha associated with h!mr,!f Pat end
Morris O'Malley. wild boy and quli It
shooters, who h.d been outlaw hunter.
themselves when they were l'liltcd
Htates deputy mur.hal lr Houthaestern
Oklahoma. Other, drapern'e men who
lovsd the game a. much for the danger
In It aa the loot, gravitated to the hand
until the fame of the "Jennlma gang '
spread through a'l the Southwest
Finally came the most rinrlmr of t i
Ua gang' robberle. Word came tJ
Al Jennings Shut a wet-bound Hock
Island train was carrying Sl'si.uoo In
specie out to pay off the soldiers In Ills
Nsw Msxlran fort.. The band of rob.
hers rode lo a little siding and se. tlon
house on th" Una of the railroad south I
or OtafcHSW; the; locked tha three I
section men In their own bouse, then
sat down to wall for the coming of the
trsrn Al Jennings threw the derailing !
soften onto a rhort spur track ending
In a sandbank, believing that when the
engineer ssw the reverse, signal on ths
switch he would stop. m
THE JOB WAS BUNGLED BY
The engineer stopped the Ira -i in the
, . , ., ... ' 1
nlok of time. Fhen the robbers g t
.we;- "mm nut iou on Plinsr . us
or the train srllh ockd rid, read
to shoot down tlm first mini t h in
hi head, the real of th ":.ok let pits
,. , , , , ,'
the esprea. car a., I tSCklad th- MfS
! v t , '." " "K '
.move ha unen ptl..,! ,, i
522 t o , w, ; '
hela In the safe who h( SOUP
njjaaAWj .M,'..ir..pej,,. sai ...
uudei, but ODl) blew off a portion cf
n ?..'. i, t i mi n unA ri.a p. ' I ......
coveted through a '-rark in lb IWlatad
safe, but they did not have tlm IS
pry open the receptacle, and all Ihelr
explosive rnlgtur i, k ns, Bo they
oad la content thautsslvei who pa i .
througti the rrowdad passenger i is bsi
and taking ihe al.jjba ,,t the pjsash-gc.-f
Pursuit by a sheriff s posse begun im
mediately. For three months tin
led through the territory of th,
asaw and th, C reek and Cherokee S's.
Hons and Anally lb hiding pi. i . f
ths gsng a .. hul n u ih,- town of
Claremore wu revealej b) u QU Ism
friend of the outlaw. Then was a
desperate battle uboi.t the hut but tha
Bbase did not dare rush the Intrenched
outlaws, and undat cover of aarknssi
they msnage.l . ., .... Siv.iil da v.
later the po.se met the Jennings gang
unexpectedly on a road an l all or bam
aurrandered when nib. were brought
ta Bear upon them.
Married Women to Be Real HappylMk LEADS FLEE! OF
"A Wife Who Is in B mi
nes Can Make More
Money Than She Would
Save by Practising Econ -omy
at Home," Say
Mrt. Charles Cray, Who
Is Employed in Her Hue
Marqmritr Monrrs Marshall.
Why ! a happy maITlC. '
In thli serin of artli-le on the e-o
Inomln errsngements condti'Mng to th
hsppy domestic partnership of man snd
wife, every contributor has admitted
that the woman should lie an active
WOMAN SHOULD NOT BE A
Tha ohl definition Of the married wom
an aa the 'helpmate' atlll holda good.
That la Just exactly what she should be.
! w,hat aha aliould not be la a dragwclght.
'incidentally. It aeema to me the aheereet
( effrontery for a woman separated or
I dlvoroed from her huaband to claim
alimony, wne ia no mninr neiy j
Bm, tho motiicr of two urn ill daughter.
Hut she la alao the Dusiiiesa aeaorsaie
of lier husbnnd, and reports dally at
her desk In bis Park place office.
"Tha answer fk the young oon
pla afraid to roarr beoauae of the
prospective husband's asaaU laooaae
la for tha ftrl to go Into knatnsas,"
Mrs. Oray proclaim enthusiasti
cally. "Bbo can arn dollar where
If aha atayad at home aa might
ave pennle. And with tha right
sort of training before marriage
ehe ran continue to direct har homo
aotintlea, even If tha actual man
ual labor of housekeeping la dele
gated, to othrs.
"I know all about It became I've been
through It. Ilef.ire my marriage I was
a California srlrl and a profeaalonal
planlat. Then after I married I went
through the usual atage of feeling that
1 ought not to work for money any
more, since t ns.i a nuaiano io isse
rare of me. I at'.ll played, now and
then, but I wouldn't accept a penny
"Thn we came Kaat and Ihe bablea
came. The oldest Is only Ave, so natu-
rlir V '"'n k"'" "rHy
a lew month, ago 1 just alien a nut
with myself and decided that the time
had come for a change. I have alwaya
been tremendously iutere.ted In niy hua
baad'l work, 1 decided to go Into his
office Instead of starting out In a new
field for myaelf. And you can't think
kx"- """eh 1 enjoy ill Aa ror my hu.-
""' h" h w"uM h"v b'Pn
millions : If I'd begun to work with
him a fw year earlier."
SHE HAS A JEWEL OF A MAID
"Mow do you manage about your
housework and the . hllUrrn'.'" I asked
"1 bars a Jewel of a maid," replied
Mrs. (Tray "1 bad to make a good
many trial, and changes bofore I got
what 1 wanted, but If u woman knows
what a good aervant ought to be she
! can find her In Ihe end. I m at home
j with the children two hours In the
morning, before 1 start for the office,
"nl w(' hn" nuln together. With my
I maid I look over the ksrdar -oij lay out
' the plans for the day. If a woman had
, , w . ,,
a h-ss '-,' trained servai.i she ouhl
, ,, ,, . , . .
lasvi written directions for each days
work, if she herself understood sy.tem-
MSUVam I ., t... mmm l,. I, mt .
, 7,, . . , ., i
from t i oSVoa 1 do my marketing. 1
, , ' , , ,. , . .,, ,....
" ' tr..t market tW are
uyt,,,K , ,. get In
Brooklyn And 1 u.ua.lv pay about half
to do two dajn? mar-
,';..,: , ::T:;;;r
,Mv lhin ( V.r lie(or
two Utile girls, and then I put the
gay to bed and have an hour longer
with the older one. I feci that I am
really gU .ng my . hlldren more than I
should If 1 staved with them al day
long, i 'hlldren do get on one's nerve,
after long hour peni continuously In
their company, t'l , much belter t
come . I in fresh and give tham of
one's b. : Aud it 1. also bt'.trr IS OS
K- th- kind '' S Biothaf who l.ss her .-til I-
dren'a ennftdeues than to reaorl ta a
system of . .-nstaiit espionage.
"Ol conr I could not manage
ao weU if I did not know all abont
housework myeslf. Z waa fortu
nate anough to have aapUadld
mother, who gave me thl beet sort
of tralnlar. Z bad three elate re,
aau as soon as wa ware old enongb
each one of na took satis, charge
of tha boasskeeptag for a week at
Work tor Their Living
IlV' ;w'Vt. U JF' n.. -
M R, 'Vi 1
tisas. Wa learned how to market
and keep accounts and manage
servants, bealdea tha actual cook
ing and clsaulag. Z was always
taught that I oonlt not shift ra
possibility, that if anything want
wrong during my week a manage
ment I must examine myself to
see where I waa at fault."
"And do you think other wives could
combine the duties of house manager
and buslne woman?" I aakyd
"I don't see why not," Mrs. Oray
malrialned atoutly. "They should begin
lmnu if.ately after marriage and keep up
their wnrlt till the coming of the flrt
child Of SpurU Just btftttg and Jut
aftM- that event a woman cannot go to
an office. Hut few modern womrn have
more Hunt two or threo children, and
suppose the do occupy their attention
for five or six vears. There is ttvs rest
of the woman's 1'fe left!
"Many women who have taken up pro
fessional work of one sort or another
would not have to step out for o long
a period if they becanv niotjicra. One
room in the home could be devoted to
studio or writing room or typist' office,
and a certsln amount of time gven
regularly to the puTault of th chosen
occu pat Ion.
"Meanwhile h-r own life will be
broadened and enriched by contact with
the world, and ler cumpunlouili-.p with
her husband will become much closer,
psrtlcularly If her business life can bo
directly associated with his."
STOLEN 25-CENT CIGARS
00 TO INSURANCE AGENTS
Taste for Perfectns Cultivated at
ExpCflM of Dealers, and Two
The fact thut many life Insurance
agrtits liave been puffing twenty-five
cent perfeetoa on their dully round, of
the city for several months past Is not
necessarily an indication of the Increui-
I lug prosperity of their business. .Hubert
Hrlgg. of Mo, ' Third avenue. Brook
lyn, himself nn ngenl. was forced to tell
the Inihle story to-day, before Magis
trate O'Connsr In tha Ynrkvllle t'ourt.
Joseph IV Heanlen of No 143 Kast
Nlnetv-eeventh street lias for the past
two years been employed a shipping
clerk In the Fart & Tllford eetabllKh
ment, at No. S"l Fifth avenue. The
Hark A Tllford Company have oilseed
about I! en worth of cigars In the
last five months KpUae Detective
Morris' Aahnsr observed Heurdon oar
rlng twenty boxes of He-cent clgura
to the top floor of the stole yesterduy,
and later, lie declared, he baw Hrlgg
ascend lo the top lloor and receive the
ilnuis from Heurdon.
Lieutenant lHyle was summoned I'rom
s nearby BPitps station an. I ti.i.lel
!,rt ln Br; "
'" '" "tSd OH
Meantime. H am. bad been taken In
..... , ,.,,.,
Hutu prl..iuer waived examination in
ciiirt this mortslng ami were held In
tl.'' hall for trial. Hnggs captained
to the Manlstni.e he hail been disposing
of tha ciK.irs io life insurance aatenti for
consider. ihlv les- than thrv ,-oi wh,,1.
The money Sll divided with
Ranrdon, h said
ISCILLIVT tU I I Hi QP WILSON
(Kcm iii ssrslsga baa
The New York World is Mndinl
out to He nailers ii photOgrSTurs of
Woodrow WUhoii Hint Ik g modal na
a campaign picture It la highly
realistic, and hIiows the intm an he
li. In fact, one may iiltmist Imagine,
lie Is looking nt ihe living mun. 10
lifelike Is the jrlttt Anybody who 1
wants to know Just how WIlSSB
looks to thn human eye should get a
ropy of The World picture it
good enough to be framed and pre
served, which is all thai can be said
of a campaign picture.
o:i.K in th. g.rt uereaa of laat fu"
dav' offer. asWther Wimdrow Wilson
nleuir coupon sooit for the splendid abate
sravur will be printed In next Hundsr's
YACHTS UP SOUND ON
RUN TO NEW LONDON
f. P. Morgan's Corsair Joins
Flock of Racers in Cruise of
New York Club.
HTOXf ItROOK. I I Aug. .
Anxiety to reerrh New Iomlon early In
tha afternoon aenf the New York Tacht
Club fleet out of ftmlthtown Bay a
couple of hour after aunrlse to-day on
the wlntca of a moderate aoutherly
breeie. Home of tha fast cruller re
mained In the broad roadstead for a
few ho.ira longer, but the racing Mo
tion made nail with th rlalng aun and
long uefore morning colore the port of
the day had begun.
The IncontfVe for to-day' rce war
the cup contributed by the naval
alumni aoc1atlon, and aome fifty mllea
of the moothet water In Long Wand
Pound lay before the yacht from thn
Mart of Crane' Neck to the flnlh at
HaraVa Liedg buoy, at the entrance Qf
the Thames. It wa plain aalllng broad
off the breeze with th coure a trifle
north of eaat.
The fleet na further augmented by
the arrival of the Coraalr, with former
Commodore J. Plcrpont Morgnn and
ever! guests. and the auxiliary
schooner Intrepid, owned by lioyd
Tha starting line was established at
7 A. It, off 'rane' Nck nmi half an
hour later the little achoonerettes went
scurrying; off to th eastward with
booms well out to port. The thirty
footers followed fast, with the Phryne.
Mlled by J. P. Morgan Jr., In the lead.
Then came the aloopa, sll crowding; for
Ihe line with balloon Jib topsails belly
ing kut before the breeze and rushing'!
acrn at xreut speed. .
In the fight for honors at the start
the Avenger defeated eihimna and the
Doreiio II. had the better of th strut-
gle with the Medora. The small and n-
trrmediata schooners followed the sloops
with the Princess In the lead at the
Then came the big fellows, the Elena
irii a and Knchantreas and tha pian;
sva BMasta ...... V. ' - 1 ,,.,,.' Baa aa
n'"1 '"'""" .'
pride or place ai me neao oc me sec-
The wind was Wowing shout seven
C CIGARETTES &
by the United Cigar
Stores Co., can now be
obtained at all dealers.
10 cents for 10
Four coupons in each
package of plain tips.
Each redeemable at
your dealers for l2c.
cash or in premiums
knot when the fleet got away, ao that
It wa plain aalllng atralght up the
Sound and broad on the starboard tack
with all kite doing their belt A
trong ebb tld helped th fleet along,
and at mld-fnrcnoon half th distance
waa beginning to loom up.
The Klena waa leading the fleet at
10 A. AT, while the druggie In the
(mailer cllsaes was an Interesting one.
WON'T PAY POLICE
Comptroller Refuses Waldo's Requi
sition in Order to Test
The Comptroller yesterday decllnd
to honor Police Commissioner Waldo's
requlaltlon for money to reimburse the
police contingent fund for money lost
st gambling. The requlltlon aaked
for 17,147. in for various expenses. Of
this ll.M3.t0 was held up on the
ground that the bills contained Items
for money lost at faro, stuss and other
gambling gsmea and In poolrooms. A
voucher was sent for the bslanc,
In hla researches Deputy Comptrol
ler Douglaa Mathewaon became con
vinced such expenditures are unautho
rised by law, and the action yeaterday
In holding out more than tl.bOO of tha
July requlaltlon for the contingent
fund was taken to test the matter.
Comptroller Met made a Similar
fight In the early daya of his adminis
tration, but lost his contention. Mr.
Mathewson believes the new light dis
covered by him will change this and
makl It Impoaalhle for city money to
be uaed In that way In future
Lightning Oeta Him at Last.
ni.KVUUANL), Aug. 9. Ldghtnlng yas
terday killed Ian Williams, a farmer,
and Ills pair of horses. Two weka
Williams lost a pair of horses when
IIKnwuuK vinjin iiiv u.iu. iraianisr IS
went to Elyrla, bought another pair and
was driving horns when a bolt descended.
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY TEARS AGO almost err cry mother thought her child must hare
PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep. These drugs will produce
sleep, and a FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP
FROM wfilCH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who
have been killed or whose health has
num and morphine, each of which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists
nro prohibit! f rota polling either of ,tho narcotics naniml to children at all, or
to anybody without labelling them, " poison." The definition of " narcotic "
is: "A medicine which relieve pom and pradmee $Uep, Imt which in poiton-
ouj dotea produces stupor, coma, convuhions and death." The taste and
smell of medicines containing opium are disguised, and sold under the names
of " Drops," Cordlala, " Soothing Syrups," etc You should not permit any
medicine to be given to your children without you or your physician know
of what it is conrposed. CASTORIA DOES NOT m
CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature
f'K a a TT ssHamt Ah A" J & - S H . J?
-i v L.
tjrenainn vsawns amajs sassara ss
from our catalogue.
AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.
Ill FIFTH AVENUE
WILL KEEP UP THE WAR
Long Prison Terms Given
Women Declared Act of i
Terrorism to Halt Militants.
IOVDON. Aug. . Warning that no
punishment It can Invent will frighten
the militant auffragettes Into abandon
mentr forcible methods In their fight
for the bsllot was served on the govern
ment to-dsy by the Women's Social and
"The Iniquitous sentences prnnoun-ed
against Mrs. Mary Ielgh and Miss
Gladys Rvans were not Intended as pen
alties for any offense they were accused
of committing," aays a abatement the
union lasued, "but were paed In th
hop of terrorising the militant. It was
a last deaperate effort to break the auf
"The judge'a hint that abandonment
of militancy might justify a reduction of
the sentences amount to tha ehameleas
offer of a bribe, which It waa Impossible
for us to accept. Militancy will con
tinue until the ballot la granted to 'is
"We are determined not only tq secure
the relaaaa of Mrs. Leigh and Miss
Rvans, but the franchise, and to secure
It during the life of tha present govern
ment." beon ruined for life by paregoric, lauda-
.1 , r Z, JsAS
nfasiur v i-.. r. - -v mm tm.
gdV a Lota of men ara
M buying in my
X Half-Price Salt
-JL -w who have no
5 immediate need
M W but they
X know that I tell
Y . 01,1 y Merchant
M Tailort' $25 to
IhBj -y sm garments, and
f I llr Custom Model
BIB cothej nd
ga m mm they know that
mm L these clothes are
111 W ofar ahead of
jBaL L resdy-made in
m -mmm style that they
will be up with the beat products
of nut Sprint, at a clear, clean
cut saving of 50 per cent.
Not a garment reserved.
Every two and three piece
Sack Suit, Walking,
Prince Albert, Dreaa and
Tuxedo Suit, lightweight
Overcoat, etc., in the
store ia in the gale at the
$15.00 Now $7.50
$16.50 Now $8.25
$18.00 Now $9.00
$20.00 Now S 1 0.00
$22.50 Now $11.25
$25.00 Now S 1 2.50
$28.00 Now $ 1 4.00
$30.00 Now $15.00
$35.00 Now $17.50
$40.00 Now $20.00
$45.00 Now $22.50
Rather than carry
them over I offer
these EXTRA Specials
Waterproof Mnh.lr Cesta MLflQ
and Trousers. Xeat pen-
ell etrlpee. Reg. gin.
Palm Bearh ( loth Cost. C-v rn
aad Trousers. I'lala anil J4"'u
fancy weavee. Reg. g 1 7.BO J
42 West 34th
Bet. Broadway & 5th Ave.
KsUhlishrri 1N7(, M ,nr originator
f" aJ mrri hsnt tsllors' nn-
rullMl-fcir sunn, in- in. I ,r-ator of
Ororc-s M,..,.l ( , ,,),. ,.
ALSO STORES AT
ISili a ( htnut. asi Wnlilnaioo.
Main. .fin H'cctmla.ter,
Oiscouraged About Your
! . .rn' asHlai aalsas
I the ptaplat, In ; j. 1, ttJack
I Ucm of G5.
i 1 An nnt hid
M'iM O." ffij Bprtf (0
Dr. James P. Camobell's
Sale Arsenic Complex mi Wafers
an t tH.Bliti. m.
ktn, til l fl, j
mm am. ... thn NgMlfSa
I tt'fp fthfoJnl ' 141 fe sv- ' Mm:. m wtfevs
for 30 fin-l tlitn V: yoitr tnir.ur lralM tha
mom VOMtrffiil beaullfirr "f the Lumiilexlofj bo l
figure ttnown o tlx tat Ileal p ttu V$$a h
i.fBiitifni n-mf'i i " tfl ytari. p,t log.
i Full 3t ilsy ' r'.ttiinti .)
We gu ir.intff u fif nlily rncl'fl inrl full
itrrngtli, onliv when bnin ijire !;;.ib WrapinT
MBring our pftetM g'.i.ti'-f. t-M t,v llilcr
fffgrnsa an! nil nllier rcllahlf -'.i,;i-ti or eot
b inH Pftj Btil tn i (Bill fortf ffun
RICHARD FINK CO.,
0 p'. W. 413 Rr3idway. Htm orli Cily.
Refill ll Pdmtl in ittmrl tot -".in". box.
Plenty of Money
Then Why Worry?
i.ast month tltero wen printed
World "Real Estate" and
4,4i4 Mora than the Herald.
Cbancai ta buy lmusei, iota,
farms a:ul lrsl(
Alto JtorJ, thops, :i:.irlcets, rea
Uurgntt, notdi, cues, &v..
At Prices that. In Many Cases,
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sanaay woriq. w par Hunaay
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