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Across the Ocean's Wide Expanse : Doings of the Day in Old World Lands Told by the Submarine fM
WOMAN WAR CORRESPONDENT
SEES FIRST SHOT FIRED
Big Gun Aimed by Montenegrins at Turkish Fortress at Podgn
ritza Opens Hostilities in the Balkans
By Marx Edith Durham
SKECIAI, CX>BRI?Pr>Vt?BN?: E
PODOORITZA. Montenegro. Oct. 9.
i IiHtADV on the 4th 1 had It
from one of !h? g*nerals that.
If I meant to see the first
?not ii red l must i-.aster. to the
front. But SSetJ reJktea* and horse had
been i ommandeered by the government.
? seat in a earringt- ?aj, iiowever.
courteously assigned to me. and I ar?
rived at Podgor.tza on Sunday night
With five officials, having. Indeed, walke<i
a considerable part of the way. for the
borer ? were heavily overladen.
Here at Podgoritz* almost every shop
Was already closed; troops streaming- in;
old men (decked with the medals they
won In the last wan begging to be ac?
cepted as volunteers; boys of 15 vowing
they were 1? in hopes of being enrolled.
But no noise, no undue excitement.
Rather a calm determination and a high
hope that the day waa about to dawn
when the long slavery of the Turks'
Christian subjects would end.
Yesterday morning I was toid. in con?
fidence, that the proclamation of war
waa Mxad for the morrow. Events follow?
ed rapidly. The member" of the royal
family arrived. The troops were inspect?
ed by Prince Uanilo. I think every one
knew that we were on the brink, but no
?no tatked openly of immediate war. In
the evening we watched troops file
through the town and go to encamp on
the plain beyond. Later came artillery.
On the open staircase at the back of the
Inn I met an old hero of tbe last war.
ease of the Voivodas.
"XJood-ntght." he said, "we must sleep
early if we mean to rest tonight."
"Then we begin tom#rrow'" ?
"God willing," said tbe old man grave?
ly, "and then God's wit] be done!'*
Blessing; the Great Banner
We turned out before the dawn, in a
fine drizzle. A long line of pack horses
and men showed dim under the treea It
was 5 A- M. Already the bishop of Ostrog j
bad Messed the great banner in the
church. Tbe whole atmosphere seemed
tense with restrained excitement All eras
reedy. A few officers were still dashing
about with messages, and mutton was be?
ing piled on the pack horses. Then a
perianlk. one of th* king's guards, said.
"The king has gone up to Goritza."
Goritza Is the little hill above the town.
The rain was rearing and the sun came
out as 1 scrambled over rock and wet
grass toward the summit, where, against
the sky. was standing, conspicuous, the
stalwart figure of the old king, surround
; ed by his suite, while the perianik? kept
guard a litt'?- below
It was clear I iiad come t" 'he right
I viewpoint. But even then I coiii'i not
: realise that a European war wae about to
begin, that the status quo under which
' the people had been suffering sS long ami
! so cruelly was about to be upset, that the
?boom' thundered i big gun from the
heights of Gardlna and struck accurately
j In the Turkish fortified camp at Planl
' nltsa, high on the mountainside across
< the valley. The *un shone brilliantly an.I
illuminated 'he white column of smoki
' that rose. The mountain was deep purple
' under a sullen rain cloud.
The military band struck up the na
? ttonal hymn. "God Help Montenegro:" All
j uncovered and. as the hymn die<j away,
i cried aloud. "Zhivio, zhlviol" <vival> The
ehurch bell rang out from the little white
I church below. It was nearly 6 A. M. War
The Turks in Retreat
I Sho: after shirt struck Planinitza. The
; sun's rays broke through the storm clouds
tit fully, now showing the dark rampar.e
distinctly, now hiding the whole In shad?
ow. Then the small guns from the plain
t?eiow opened fire on the fortifications of
the low hill Regan!, and. far in the dis?
tance, puffs of smoke showed that the
Montenegrin artillery of the Zeta was
firing on the fortifications of Vranje?an?
other little hill that rises, island like,
from the plain across which the frontier
line Is drawn.
Still the Turks made no reply, except
two small shells that fell short. And
after two great masses of smoke, indi?
cating an explosion of ammunition, had
rolled up from Planlnitsa. the Turkish
soldiers were visible- in retreat.
The king and suite left Goritza. and we
returned to the town, where the Turkish
standard was already hauled down from
the Turkish consulate. The fortress of
Shipchanik. that protects the little border
town of Tual. and the defenses on the:
summit of Detehtch. the mountain that
towers highest on the frontier, gave no
sign of life. But we know that there are
30.000 troops awaiting us not far across
the border. War has begun.
Plan for Action Should Russia
Interfere in the War in
REVOLUTION* IX THE AIR
VIEXXA, Nov. S.
It m learned from Warsaw that the j
Polish socialist party is displaying great:
activity with a view to organising
revolution In Russian Poland as soon as
Busala h?s:n* to interfere in the Balkan
war. an emergency which the Socialists
belletto be inevitable.
The Socialists appear to have made
common cause with a secret committee of
gas Polish revolutionary party. Several
slIDOn copies of two revolutionary mani?
festoes have been circulated among the j
station One of the manifestoes sums- |
the population to meet with sym?
pathy the enemy of Russia as soon as she
gets into war. This mesas, of course,
that Austria should be welcomed in Bus
staa Poland aad supported by a national
It is understood moreover, that the
?octal.st party In Qaltrda. Austria, is
squally busy la thia organization, aad
the Austrian polt e ere taking great trou?
ble hi suppressing It.
The second manifesto summons the La?
bor party. In case of a Russian war. to
?sake preparations fee tha d eat r nerton of
the railways aad tetaaiagbs. itisartlea of
tbe army and to support the enemy's oa
vienns tbe outlook < eaUaues to be
The isolation of tbe near Je con?
sidered to be passable only if Turkey ul?
timate; y wins Apart from this, tbe aeat
tbaa of SasanotT. the Ruastaa fnrilga
minister, seems to be shake**, whteb
weoM ?"s? tbe Pan-Ssavtst party la
Busala gaining the upper hand.
fa s report wired today ea hssastige
statoments to his cabinet it is admitted
that Russia, aa well aa Austria, has
made war preparations, but that be baa
getsmtstsn proofs that Austria far the
moment, baa no aggi salve tatenttsrw.
bast libs Russia has ant. bat be ease ad?
mitted that interference Is tbe war by
Austria warnt* inevitably cause Irrtarfer
eaee in tbe war by other aoaeia AM
th!s is reassuring, unless aee-oflMsl Ras?
as gets the agger hand, sad as tomj aa
maatrta (a net constrained to aawh fata
It la ast tree that servta
nOPEXHA<JEX. !?or. 2. - After sn
Bea-tor Undewthal. of Copasv
has itl stove red that tears art as a
antiacpf and that if *.',>Ue?.
When they are atm warm from th- foom
?f bi'SMa emotion, they are e>atiact ce
ff tat awat fcaswroos iwcbroa.
TO ENGLISH COURT
Kaiser Selects Catholic tor Most
Difficult of Germany's Dip?
CAREER IS NOTABLE ONE
BERLIN. Nov. 3.
Prince Kar: Maximilian LJchnowsky.
who has been a member of the German
diplomatic service for the past eight
years, has been appointed ambassador to
London in succession to the late Baron
Marschall ran Bieberstein.
The new ambassador la 52 years old.
married, of the Roman Catholic faith
and extremely wealthy. His selection was
decided upon last week an the receipt
of an official intimation from the British
government that he would be acceptable
as the emissary- of the kaiser at the court
I of St. James.
Prince I-iehnowsky's appointment has a
special Interest from the fact that he
began his diplomatic career there as a
young attache twenty-eight years ago.
Since then he has served ss attache and
secretary at Stockholm. Dresden. Con?
stantinople and Bucharest and as de?
partmental chief of the foreign office.
His service In Turkey and Rou.-nsnia eg
tended over three rears between r*W and
ISM. and his knowledge of near eastern 1
affairs. It hi felt hi Berlin, will serve him
a geed stead m Baurlsnd at this critical
In ISM the prince marrhd Countess
Arcs Zlauebeta. who Is said to be pos?
sessed of brilliant social gift, and the
Load? ssahssaj nuder her auspices tat ta
betoi< far the first time for many years '
the scene of elaborate seotal entertaJn
saenta Both the prince and princess are
ex-ellent English scholars.
la an article contributed ta the Deutsche
Revue !a October. Bsp. the prince, after
diagnosing what he I sasWsrs the imder
lying cause of Iba Anglo-Oermsn tension,
banished te "the realm of rtopks" the
Msa of a naval awJitHasilni "eftbet
??thelj BsMsBniirj te hath parties or
capable of lameilng permanently the
cause far corapiamt er anxiety ft* de
li rBlsd as "the one thing sttalnable far
the present ' s stewing down ? In the rate
of tesasirui Pen, which vmiM be a sur?
ras* ta he gi sspjsj with satiafae'lon. TH?
prince innfi sei d tmjt relatione with oreat
Britain were Qeeusany's "ansreaw prob
uemoon. MaT t?wirnsm htu. ?
eJrrrrtcsaav. Was ssenarnrwd at ?Cftsswreri
owThsasrs ewarter tannin no yesterday to
twassty-este saouthe' issre la ?nme-nt for
bfwsklpp Into s houae at Bedrtta)*: *?d
stealing goods ra! jed a- at** it was sts'-d
that be h>ft INS sSSUisiiu ard fa the
ho *?>? aad the ponce were rhsjs abM te
trace sssa . |
SCENES IX THE BALKAN WAR RECORDED BT THE CAMERA
BOER WIDOW HOLDS
THE MARRIAGE RECORD
Wed Six Husbands and Xow Her
BEGAN WHEN EIGHTEEN
NATAL. NOV. 2.
Mrs Thell* M de Beer, a widow. 78
years of age, residing at Pretoria, prob?
ably holds tbe world's record in matri?
At. the age of 18 she married Petrus
Jacobus Luhbe, who died, leaving her
with one cbikt.
Ten months later she took another hus?
band, a widower with three children.
A year and five months afterward he
also died, leaving her with four children.
Within rive months she married for the
third time, another widower, this time
with seven children. With him she lived
for eleven years, and had seven children,
when he also died.
After five years' widowhood she married
for the fourth time, on this occasion a
widower with eight children.
With him she had four children, and
after eleven yesrs he. too, died.
Five yesrs later she married a man
named Hendrik Klopper.
Another eleven years elapsed, and then
her fifth husband died, leaving her with
In two years" time she contracted an
another marriage with Hendrik Van Wyk.
a widower, who brought five children to
swell the family.
Another eleven years passed, and he,
too. went the way of his five predecessors,
"Wa death occurring only recently.
Mrs. de Beer Is now the mother and
stepmother of forty-nine children and
the grandmother of 27*
ENGLISHMAN LOST IN
j PEAKS OF PYRENEES
After Nine ? Days' Absence
Searchnig Parties Are Scour?
ing Mountains for Him
WEXT WITHOUT GUIDE
PAT. Nov. 2..
The gravest fears are entertained as to
tbe fate of a young Englishman.
Hugh Pope, who has for nine days been
missing from his residence at Pan. and is
lost in tbe Pyrenees. Hurried, arrange?
ments hare been made-for searching tbe
mountains, and yesterday several ener?
getic and experienced explorers and
climbers were hurrying as fast as they
could be carried to the point from which
they can be of service to Mr. Pope, if be
still be alive.
A clue. In the shape of an empty sar?
dine tin. has been found by the searchers
already on the spot. It does not appear
to afford much guidance t? those who are
trying to rescue the missing man. or to
recover his body if the worst has hap?
Mr. Pope set out on his climb nine days
ago. I'nfortuTtately, he went alone. He
anticipated that be nrght not return for
some 'Ittle t.mc. and :a o?hVved to have
taken some food with htm. But there
was a snowstorm soon after the time
when he would have begun the ascent,
and it is feared that if he Is alive be may
have fallen into some deep crack in the
rocks and have been unable to extricate
He had not long been resident in
France, having only recently left New
College, oxford, intending to continue his
studies on the continent.
HAD BULLET II HEART
FOR THIRTY YEARS
During Twenty-five of These He
Did Active Duty as
DIED FROM MERK COLD
liEXKVV Xov :.
.* dwtss py*<i*.rmr. ?; >t?fried Klaxv.er.
who has "worn"- a buiiet !n his heart for
the its* thirty rear*, has just .l> ,| at
Zoflogue. In the Canton of Ararovle. at
hta home at the **?? of ?2, of a r-oid oft
At the age of ? while pursuing a
criminal, he r*crlT*d a Millet In the heart
dorms the chase., and was t.iken to a
hosiMtal In a *?-noo* condition.
The do- tors did not rspc.-t him to re
ewver. *mt fVcher. to their *s*om?h
tnen'. sradwalH tar-ame welt and h-a hv
to ?ifc h a desree that h' aa* nhle to re
)Ol. I tj-e DOiVe rorp* ITe! .aTTT wtlt hi*
ordinary ditV-s for the tm? twenty-Sre
year*. atJM earryha* 'he kmM in hta
! heart, mm no surwenn w hiM wvlertah*
the danaeeoo* oa? ratios of -^ai^rlsa ft.
which Fischer dwilned to undergo wt?b
' oat a guarantee
lurl-w ?h? la?t few 1???. hoWever.
the geitdarw* "?*ina a? shl and
Health, anel yesterda) -or naeaed swav
mar onwton*. wtllwil pair. and ?tiP
I west nai the suJtrt ta his bean.
; CAPTURED BY POLICE
Put L*p I)oi?erate Fight ? Room
^ in Uotd Which Cu>t??ni House
I Officer* Invader!
jo.ooo CIGARS THEIR UX)T
PARIS. Sox. 2.
A r>m*rkat>:e eanturr ?f four v~rwlar?
?rei ji ??- isara '.?;?!. : in a Un> ?Tay
nr?t<?r. ar ?a.? made . :?'<.rn h<wi?e ?>?
rers and U? nisi t tn tue laufe
team <>r rhamtHy. in ihr "nee <k:*nmtrt
A large SSBSJber sf burgiarr ? by n*?p in
a grey mdonir. who turned their atten
Bsn more especially to tobacco ?beoa, had
l" n r< i-o: ???<! for e<wne time, and ? stress;
for.-e of ?tete. tH.-?. potl'-e and t nates*
ho ;*e o?V iai* welt to ChewiNy yesterday.
T'ey fnurel n> e tnirgtstr ?mi a rreworrar
xt rhje Hot?! <fe lOtee. |i>e on'y little Ina
of :b? t-?wn
Kort? police, with revivers In their
i .nov e'?rrnsnd>d the hn'ise and m?he*i
the iterators- rnrm> TV latter were ail
si w??d. sod 'ousht l a.- il'iansi. At the
n-v-e of the srapte <-??. r> house hi OTaasa
hty. whose tnbehttant* ..??t Ties warned
bj t*>e pohV*. poured forth armed men.
The hurslsra ew-ased by the abides i
b'it ther wsre hunted down, and fowr of
th? nre were rasant
?W-vet a I hate* of Inawi c I a.id SMs* C*
sam were foanad in : re oar. The barg lata
are besetcd t* be Bwasjaam
j Powerful Rival Company Con
j trolled by Government to
WILL RUN* OWN ST KAMERS
German> has declared war on the
' Standard Oil Company. It la ofBciaHy
' announced In tonight * North German
Gagette that the Imperial government, in
order to break; the power of Mr. Rocke?
feller's "octopus" in Germany, has de?
cided to create a state monopoly in
In the coming session the reiohstag
will be asked to pass a law chartering
I the company upon which the government
j will confer the exclusive right of selling
oil in the German market. Although the
company is to be formed entirely by pri?
vate capital, furnished mainly by a syn?
dicate of banks, it will be under direct
government supervision, and rigid pre?
cautions will he taken to prevent shares
falling Into foreign hands.
The company will run its own tank
steamers, and will buy in America from
the Standard Oil Company and its rivals.
A legal maximum price will be fixed; If
the same be exceeded, the company's
profits will be limited to the current rate
of Interest in Germany. There will be no
limits to the company's profits oh sales
below the maximum, but four-fifths of
such profits mast he paid - over to tbe
government, and will be devoted to so?
cial objects. ?
The Standard Oil Company has for the
last ten or fifteen years gradually, -been
tightening its grip on the German mar?
Opens Window oi Her Attic
Room and Falls Into
SAW IT DONE IX A SHOW
IX>XTX>X. Nov. 2.
I A bright ii-.tlf girl of 14 years is lying
in the Leeds Inrlrmary suffering 'rum
: shock ami a fracture of the leg. as the
fTesult of a terrible sleep-walking exper.
] ' Nellie.Robinson, living with her parents
j at Fearnley street. Wortley. Leeds, had
; visited- a picture thealer. wliere she be
'cume greatly excited by the adventures of
Ik girl epy| who escaped through a bed
I ruom window. As the girl la the picture
drama got out of the window. Nellie cried
(oat. -Oh. abe Is going to fall!"
! After she had gone to bed Nellie her
j self. In her sleep, apparently re-enscted
I the part of the girl spy. and opening
the window of the attic in which-she'
slept ahe. feil into the yard bel-cw. There
she m?st have lain for nearly two hours.
1 clad only In her night attire, be/ore she
' eras discovered by her mother at 2.30
j o'clork in rne morning. The mother, who
j had been roused by her baby, heard a I
moaning noise. She searched the prem
. ?es, sad in' the yard discovered the j
little girl In an exhausted state, with her ;
; wrist dislocated and her leg broken. j
The clip J says she reaaesebssj n.?tlilng
(at what happened till abe found herself'
i In the yard. She tried to climb' up to a j
[window by mean* of two .lothcs-prop*.
j but fell down again and laud moaning
until found by her mother.
Keel Laid Tomorrov. . It Will Be
Launched Within Four
WORK DAY AND XIGHT
LONDON". Nov. 2.
For the first litre on record a new b**
Ueship |s to be tatti down at Portsroout.'i
within nine days of the launchin?; of
another battleship from the same Or
The first Jteel plate Of toe new vesat:
of an entirely sove! desUrn will be 3aM
by lady Meux nett Mr .1 day. Trr> wa?
o?'ially ?naoun.r.i at Port?s:o':tn. j -4
caused considerable eurprtse.
? It has bedb fully understood KM the
slipway would he lengthened Wo.v th
v-aael was laid down, ss she is to he
?orurer than the lrnn Unk?, riie las: ?? ? ???
holM there, .-und that w?r* will take ?t
least tao months. Tt is now a*htH?t,
however, that the taiirdfnc of ?h? ?Hp
and the < ste:. !??:? of th- s'!p w..l ? "?i
Shipwrights a.'-: ao.-k on the new ves?
sel day sad n.gt. -.ti.l ? er- ffr.? ?
j%? eaahte hs launch bar Sn foar as.
time. I: Is to 1 * 1 >mp*et'*d :?<?
In *t*:eeq month*. .;?<: it a t: >? ?*en.
therefore, that it alfv-ald be ,-on---.i" BBJSaj
an February. (ML ?V-si ?he ?a:r? time
aa the Iron Dike ??! *.ie M?r"l orougt?.
Whi'h were heg.irt T.i-' Janniry.
Haate in hstt!> ?hlp . onstr- t or -.t .
?sent !? .aaav.he- dj.-e- tlon -U" Tt- n'w
anperdraadn >'o? !? K?ns 'r-oCs- V.
wJii-h was is d dawa Ja.- ... ?- h. hdV
atvl laun-hed on * ?etoher ? .-.f be ?nrn?
Fear. Is t.> stet I !ta trta'a or. November '
3?. ami ha r- ad- for ?? >rr?miml<i?!rat a: I
the heelarirsg sf 'ha new year
tt win car-T out a t -Irty *aaurs aieam
trio! ?rst. and on jfevenihrr n win Seem
rt* gunnery Mala
The sew hnrtv-Tuiser PtMaae* Keyal
? 0; ha ? omsslaalooed at #*? etad sf No
-. em'-r. ..nd alii ??:?:??*? U?? tn"-*'V
!n the First Orsahsi Fa-nor.?.. rhi| vassal
**da* at'h ?he Warrie- ? ..m t>e h.o.v.
? ??lKa-r MgiadJroa to retafor a the
IB the Med:t?rraneaa. I
Relative Of Kaiser my Marriage i
Sonamiere?! Si.200.000 in
, KEPT E\ PEN'S I YE HOUSE
PARIS. Nov. t
Baron ?'I.-tri-'n* y >n R.iJowita. said to!
be a nephew of the former German ani
fai-vaior to j^-atn. and a relative, by
mar.-!**-.. -vr tiV Knt;?r-T Wiiitam btm
s- If. w*.< ??re*?e.t <a?t night >>efe on a
?harn* nf n?;n Rkag. He Was in the easa.
|4nv of Mi>. Urbour*, a beautiful tr.usic
. ? :.?.-. i^ te- kt> ?wn a* Tahno d Ar?
T... :?:?.?!?. ?:io I? about 3s. ia< s.iuan
?iere.l i.rte.vOji fra:ir^ withTri the .ist
? >e*r*. and Mit hough nie resources
? ?r- -sb iuste.1 he atlil kept up a c.iun
.n.wi'h .^jrhT-en servant*, fif?
teen tw-ev-s r iree s^ronasMIes awl
lasts reaMe-re in the Rue IVrgoew
Mlie. Tahne ?!' Argent had ? great '
'.Oifej* f?i tastefta and ralsaMe i
??;.[;, an-1 ah n?or ?h?- ->: rti<-u'.ar!v
o.tred an arrt'V :-- l..r?n ,.; ? aer.ted 't to
her. < *tk 4a> the fssjgsgal. being
r-e.l ?f ready n*>?r.e\. visited so l
? ?!????? with w.-.on he had already l
dealings He pr dm ? d. it Is aaJd. a
a. ? nt:> shooing -,e was shortly to
reveire eg*aw* un ,<-r hi- grandfather s
Will, and -l-l. 'Iv ordered t?.oe. worth ?f
f irr.Stwre r t ta,>e?trtea) to he e?nt 1*
kts ' hales u near I onuef n'M.-sn. r.:lT.;
I>ruml**nt> note? ta pajrnserv
% little aster the ?n0-;uar- 1S said to
hare team* 4 that Ms good* had been
p edged or snbs. and as ? ?>- ?.? ... were.
bot nret ea t?' arvaVr.ud Je he lahfrd
a rhaaaw arm aviea the bar..- was rer> ?
ogTviae-l it, a faseaoaa.de night -.e<*ie '
sras harrle.i to the W**hm\ aithougb be
argiird that his dlBh kilties w-re pafsr? j
'Ottilier and sssaj only st%? gr*'
f?-r a sJM 1 aosail.
Me hen ??*?? ',. '?r,a -lotee up
and v::e Yaaaw 4 Argent was
jewels warth saare ssata BahjSSs.
MRS. PANKHURST PUII
Heady to Risk Death, She
in Cause of Woman
AGAIN' AWAITS AJ
lokdox. itw. a
Mrs. pankhuret, who has, sssnmad .ea^y.*:
is virtually the sole control ?f*;
I Women's Social and PoiitJcaJ TJnma
the withdrawal?reported in
Dally Mall-of Mr. and Mrs- Petbtck - !<***?
rence from the union, at her request, '<fa?
flea the government to attest her :
speech at the Albert Hall op
night. In her address she
cited women to acts of
smashing of windows sad. other
on property. - ?
?Was not thet an illegal set?" aim earn
I asked yesterday.
Xo doubt.' was her reply.} "Vuj| -I
Inever shrink from the conseamajs%B^s]C
I my words. I invited the gnvaimassgg ts
take action. I asked them la lists ijtaji I
incited the meeting of rahfltaa, It
them, however, that if they
agatr.st me I should
similar action against 1
son and F E. Smith,
preaching rebalUon In Ulster. If
sent me to prison sad do not a
1 shall not stay there long,
divtelon they put am in. I aal
strike.- We have proved that yam,
keep determined persons in
Are you prepared, then, to
I risk of death?"
"Certainly. I always have
t* death but the end of life:
might come to me in
dent. 1 would very much rather i
Mrs. Pet hick Lawrence now :
Inltely that she has "no Intention at
of forming a rival organisation.
? he heat klndaoaa her friends can pry
I her is to g've :c>al support to the
H i Social artd I'ollLVal I nion.
inancial assistance given the
I herse lf and her husband must sow i
I "Our resources for the date bei
'Will he absorbed la the
I meat of our independent paper.
|tt Women, and in fighting the
Ivtl cases which are golag oa
"T>oae ?tuilc taur s
re : f. e r.o .n - on of
|lgh:lns funds of the union by
i/urseTv?at to be reimbursed for
? X.net;.-three rirnvs are
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