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1 4 THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 1909
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Published Dally except Sundayc by WUllam Glasmann
ADVERTISING RATES
PRICE PER INCH EACH DAte
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Ad to run threo Urnes without change l6c ro lSc 10 I 400
Ad to run J1x times without change He lW I ltc t lc
I Classified want aM ono cent per word each day no first Insertion loan than
23 cents or TSa per lino por month
Random Roieroncca S5o DAT line firs Insertion M cent catch subsequent In
sertion SO costa per lino par week or 301 por line per month with change
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cncoLocal Renders 1Iio DQr line flrat insertion lOc per Uric each subsequent Inser
r tion or EOo por line por week
CHURCHES SECRET SOCIETIES and CharIu bin Institutions 813 cents
per lino either Random References or Locals No heads allowed In Randoms
HAS DAVID EOOLES MADE STREET CAR IMPROVEMENTS IN
OGDEN
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We have for some days been reading that which in newspaper
language is called a roast on the present street car system in
Ogden We have thought that the articles were too severe There
are times when the best of management is open to criti
cism but not such criticism as our II kidish morning con
temporary has been offering Perhaps the young men run
ning the Morning Examiner were not here when that mil
lionaire combination known as the JarvisConklin company ran
the Ogden street car system The old street car system had some
rattletrap cars that had one advantage at least everybody along
the line knew when a car was approaching from the noise it created
Other than the rattling of the cars there was no set minute or hour
that a car was supposed to run If a passenger stopped one of these
cars to get off the chances were about even that the car would not
start again Hardly a day passed but that the passengers had to
help put a car back on the track The system was such a disgrace
that the city council refused to renew their franchise It was then
that David Eccles took hold and he has put into the system just
about onehalf million of his own money During the past twelve
months in the building of the Canyon line and the Plain City branch
and the placing of steel rails in Ogden almost a quarter of a million
dollars has been invested
It is our impression that David Eccles is entitled to just a little
bit more courtesies than is extended to him by our morning contem i
porary David Eccles has started in to build up Ogden He was
getting ready to divert the proceeds from some of his great resources
in Oregon and Washington and invest them in and around Ogden and
to abuse him and those associated with him for any trifling errors
made by employes of the street railway system does not tend to en
courage the Hon David Eccles in his mapped out plan of local im
provements
It is true Mr Eccles is a wealthy man but what is more no one
ever gave David Eccles one dollar He has earned every cent he
possesses and up to this time we have never heard a man say that
David Eccles has a dishonest dollar
Now if the people of Ogden want David Eccles to finish the Hot
Springs line by extending on to Brigham City to push the Canyon
line on to Huntsville to supply the steel rails that should be in all
the paved streets in Ogden it is better to express confidence in Mr
Eccles undertakings than to abuse him simply because he did not
spend the half million dollars in accordance with the wishes of some
one who has not one dollars interest in the street railway company
or in the upbuilding of our community
If the people of Ogden dont want David Eccles or his money
there are many other communities anxious to receive his splendid
energy foresight and wealth
Just one word more on this subject and that is that neither
David Eccles nor his street car system or his employes are considered
by us above criticism It is a well known fact that Mr Eccles does
not personally manage the street railway system He leaves that to
his employes and if any wrong is committed by any of the employes
a letter or a gentlemanly mention of the matter in the newspaper
would speedily correct such wrongs and errors A request that the
street cars be heated or made a little warmer would bring the required
results much quicker than such a lambasting as the Examiner has seen
fit to inflict
BUSTER BROWN SATURDAYS
On Saturday last the Standard commenced the publication of a
Buster Brown page in its supplement This is a substitute for the
other funny pages which this paper has been issuing for some
time The change was made at the solicitation of many parents who
complained that the suggestive features of the funny papers were too
often demoralizing in tendency and at times slightly bordering on
the coarse and vulgar The complaints were considered well taken
and a change was decided upon In looking around for the humorous
in cartoon work the Standard was struck with the cleverness ex
hibit d in the Buster Brown series and finding it free from the objec
tionable contracted for the reproduction of the same
The Buster Brown pages cost more than the four pages of the
funny papers we have been obtaining but we deem them worth the
additional cost by reason of the fact that any child can read them
without possibility of receiving any impressions of lasting harm
Innocent boyish pranks are depicted which afford just enough
of rich nonsense mixed with originality of plotting to amuse and
delight our child readersand their parents
A MINISTERS DEFENSE OF FAITH
One of Ogdens prominent ministers has asked us the point blank
question What is there in life without a hope that extends beyond
the disappointments of this life
We were discussing ancient history when the minister said the
world of thought moves in cycles There wore centuries of paganism
and then came Christianity There was a period of skepticism
called the dark ages and then the restoration of faith Now we are
passing through another period of doubt but we must return to that i
anchorage called hope otherwise when nerves grow weak in the
ADVERTISERS
Are You Interested
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The Evening Standard
Guranlccs a larger paying subscription list than
that of all Ogden and Salt Lake papers combined
circulated in Ogden Utah That should interest
advertisers
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T battles of today there is little on which the mind can dwell to re
store confidence and inspire bright thoughts
That certainly is an appeal which even the iconoclast must admit
is quite unanswerable as a reason why everyone should be fortified 1
with a religious temperament The man or woman who has faith 1
is in possession of a haven of refuge whenever the norms of this
world threaten destruction No doubt many of the doubting phil
osophers of the past and present realizing the good that flows from
the dream of a glorious exhaltation have hesitated to do anything to
destroy that source of consolation which comforts when the skies are
overcast and earthly sunshine has disappeared
CANNON HAD
TE BUNt
Speaker of the House
Narrowly Escaped
Trouble
Washington Dec 7 Speaker Can
non in Ills desire to have sonic mem
ber of his family represented among
the visitors fn tho house gallorlcs
at the opening session nearly got
Into trouble yesterday As his daugh
ter Miss Helen Cannon was not in
town Mr Cannon thought of calling
up his granddaughter Miss Virginia
Le mere who Is a pupil at tho Cathe
dral school for girls
Want to come down and see the
House convene said Uncle Joe
You hot responded Miss Virginia
who is In the vicinity of sweet but
slangy 1C and Ill bring the bunch
She did and she gave the speaker
tho full strength of her class to take
care of Ho did but it was something
of a strain
JUST FOR FUN
ANY COVERING WELCOME
Hands up hissed the burglar
bold in the cheap hotel Ive got you
covered
Thank goodness gasped the
shivering guest That Is moro than
this fourfoot blanket will do
Chicago News
RATHER STRENUOUS
Mr Cassldy Awn will you listen to
this Nora A Baltimore mon hugged
his wolfe so tightly on lh golden wed
ding thot ho broko two av her ribs
Sirs CnssldyAh Patrick awn isnt
ut grand to see such affection after
all thlm years Chicago News
WILLING
Maude What did you say when
Miss Bullion told you she could only
he a sister to you
Jackl asked her If she thought
she could get her father to sign adop
tion papers Exchange
Football Alphabet
A stands for accident ache and atz
tack
B is for brawn and for ball and for
back
D for disable and dropkick and dash
13 thats eleven exhaustion endplay
F Is for forward pass fumble and
fray
G is for guard for gridiron and gear
H is for half and for headwork and
hair
1 is for Impact impede Imprecation
1 Is for Jounces and Jolts and jactation
K is for kill and for knock and for
kick
r f is for lineup and lambast and lick
M Is for mass play for inaui and Cor
m 1ugle
N is for nose that is knocked to an
angle
0 stands for over offense ana offside
P is for penalty pigskin and pride
Q Is for quarterback also qui vivo
R is for referee rush and relieve
S is for signal and scrimmage and
slug
T is for touchdown and tackle and
tug
U Is for umpire the undamaged few
V Is for vanquish and victor too
W IB for winner and wildest elation
X is for xcuse and fierce xccration
Y Is for yelling and yowling galore
Z is for zero thats often tho score
Boston Transcript
Weather Forecasts Revised
Continued squalls tho advent of the
stork
Continued faira girl who uses
face powder
Storm warningAn Intoxicated hus
band homeward bound
Cold waveA Chicago man about
to propose to a Boston heiress
Threatening and warmer A moth
er about to spank her son
Variable windsCampaign prom
ises
Sudden changes A woman buying a
sprint hat
Showers and thunderstorms A
lovers quarrel Judge
Making Hay While the Sun Shines
Lover anxious for a chance to pro
pose Look here little man If youll
see that no one comes Into this room
for half an hour 111 give you a dol
lar
Little biothcr Gee three dollars
Easy money
Lover Hows that
Little brotherWhy one from you
one from sister and one from mother
Judge
Natural
What is loaf sugar Inquired Mrs
Justhitchl
Why its sugar In the form of
loaves I suppose answered her
spouse Why
I was wondering said Mrs J If
that was whut they made sweetbreads
of Cleveland Leader
As Corrected
Tommy said the teacher to a
bright grammar class pupil correct
the sentence I kissed Jennie two
times
I kissed Jennie three times re
plied Tommy proudly Chicago News
Papas Plan Prevents Proposal
He Impecuniously But you say
yourself that your father Is anxious
to get you on his hands
SheYc5 thats why r dont think
hell listen to you Boston Transcript
He Knew
acherWlwn water becomes leo
what is the great change that takes
place
i Bright Pupil The change in price
Red Ito
NOVOCAINE
WONDERfUL
Remarkable Effects of
Anaesthetic During
an Operation
Now York Doc 7 DrLec Ber
ger and Dr Benjamin Jablon of liar
M or Ian hospital operated Sunday on
a woman for intestinal trouble while
tho patient alternately read a prayer
book chatted calmly with the doc
I tors and nurses and discussed the
progress of the operation without
I feeling the pain They used novo
caine
The subject of this operation Is Mrs
Ida Moskowitz 78 years old When
the physicians began to Inject tho
novocolno sho opened her prayer book
and began reading After the oper
ation Mrs Moskowitz was allowed il
glass of water and some food some
thing Impossible for 24 hours with pat
I ients who havo been given other
nervedeadening drugs I
Mfovocaino was discovered oy a
German physician said Dr Jablons
last night but American physicians I
have perfected it It is Injected into
tho tissues at the point to bo operat
ed on and tho affected part become
dead to all feeling
NOBODY SPARED
Kidney Troubles Attack Ogden Men
and Women Old and Young
Kidney ills seize young and old
Como quickly with little warning
Children suffer in their early years
Cant control tho kidney secretions
Girls arc languid nervous suffer
pain Women worry cant do dally work
Men have lame and aching backs
The cure for man woman or child
Is to cure tho cause the kidneys
Doans Kidney Pills cure sick kid
neys
Cure all forms of kidney suffering
I Ogden testimony proves IL
Mrs Thomas 11 feeder 832 22nd
St Ogden Utah says The public
I statement I gao for Doans Kidney
Pills In 1906 and 1907 were correct In
every detail I used Doans Kidney
Pills myself and thoy have boon tak
en by olhor persons In iny home and
havo always brought relief from pain
and soreness in tho back and other
s > of kidney complaint We
always keep Doans Kidney Pills in
tho house procuring our supply from
I Badcons Pharmacy and they have
saved us many a doctor bill I am
glad to r recommend Doans Kidney
Pills to all sufferers from kidney ctfm
Pin Inf1
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cents iFostcrMllburn Co Buffalo
Now York solo agents for the United
Slates r
Remember the name Doans and
take no other
I
STAND FOR SALOON OPPOSITION
Editor Standard I have boon
somewhat criticised by my friends of
the W C T U for not giving more
emphasis to our position on prohibi
tion in a printed interview with an
Examiner reporter A few days since
I was called to the phone and asked
If our union had taken any action on
the work of the AntiSaloon league
at a meeting hold that afternoon I
said we had not but we favored their
work I did not speak of our position
on the temperance question for a
goes without saying that tile W C T
U first last and all the time stands
for statewide prohibition Neverthe
less we favor any measure that tends
toward the suppression oi annihila
tion of tho saloon
Signed M P CRAIG
AN ANNUAL LUXURY
An English boy went to visit his
two Scotch cousins during his sum
A libera Offer
The T H Carr Drug Co
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Guarantee a Relief for Dys
pepsia If the Remedy
Fails It Costs Nothing
To unquestionably prove to the peo
ple thot Indigestion Jmd Dyspepsia
can bo permanently relieved and that
Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets will bring
about this result we will furnish the
medicine absolutely free If it falls to
give satisfaction to any one using it
Tho remarkable success of Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets Is due to tho high
degree of scientific skill used in de
vising their formula a8 well as to tho
care exorcised In their manufacture
whereby tho well known properties of
BisnnithSubnitrato and Pepsin havo
been combined with Carminatives and
other agents
BlsmuthSubnltratc and Pepsin are
constantly employed and recognized
by the entire medical profession at invaluable
I
valuable in the treatment of indiges
tion and dyspepsia
I Tho Pepsin used in HexalJ Dyspep
sia Tablets Is prepared by the process
I which develops its greatest efficiency
I Pepsin supples to the digestive appar
atus one of tho most Important ele
ments of tho digestive fluid and with
I
out it the digestion and assimilation of
I food are Impossible
Teh carminatives possess properties
which aid In relieving tho disturbances
and pain caused > by undigested food
This perfect combination of these in
gredients makes a remedy invaluable
for the complete relief of Indigestion
and dyspepsia
Yo arc so certain of this that we
urge you to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets on our own personal guarantee
Three sizes 125 contu 50 cents and
tOO Remember you can obtain
Rcxull Remedies in Ogden only at our
1 store tho Rexall Store T H Carr
corner Grant and Twentyflfth
mer vacation His breakfast every
morning consisted of plain oatmeal
and he got very tired of It Say
Jack he said dont you over have
milk with your porridge
Jack turned to his brother Eh
Tom he said tho lad thinks Its
Christmas Success Magazine
SUOOTINfi IN
SALT LAKE
CITY
SPECIAL POLICEMAN AND ITAL
TIAN FATALLY WOUNDED
Quarrel Started in a Saloon the Offi
cer Making Slighting Remarks
Battle Fought on Street
What may prove to be a double
tragedy occurred in Salt Lake early
this morning reports of which aro as
follows
Emil Glaser a special policeman
and Pietro Macarllli an Italian were
probably fatally wounded as tho re
sult of a quarrel In a saloon on Vest
Second South street Seven shots
were exchanged the Italian emptying
his gun at tho officer and the officer
shooting twice
According to oyowitnessos who
were In tho saloon at tho limo tho
argument started Macarilli and two
companions were standing at tho bar
drinking They were also discussing
tho soldiers who had enlisted in the
SpanishAmerican war and Macarllli
said that ho had been a soldier and
seemed proud of the fact At this
point of tho discussion Special Po
liceman laser stopped up to the bar
and after listening to the argument
for a few minutes took part In It He
is reported to have made slighting re
marks to tho Italian who resented
the Imputations Blows followed and
In the midst of tho scuffle the Italian
seized his boor glass and tossed the
contents into the face of the police
man He then ran out of the saloon
followed by Glaser The following
moment those inside the saloon heard
tho shots and rushing out saw both
men lying on the sidewalk
After darting out of tho saloon and
running down the street for a short
distance Glaser says Macarllli drew
his gun and turning emptied it Ac
cording to Glaser the first two shots
took effect and ho fell to tho side
walk He regained his feet and after
drawing his own gun shot Mncarilli
twice Macarilli said that Glaser lived
the first shot
When the crowd reached the side
walk both mon had fallen and wore
lying In puddles of blood Both men
wore later removed to St Marks hos
pital
VOL6ASI IS A
GREAT Fl6UIER
By W W Naughton
San Francisco Dec 71hoB6 who
saw Ad Wolgast literally smother
Lew Powell with smashes at Dream
land the other night came away con
vinced that they had seen Wolgast
uuUorfulI sailYet Manager Tom
Jones who Is at the helm in Wol
gasts ring affairs declared yester
day without a flicker of an eyelid tiat
Wolgaat was not extended on Monday
evening
It was in reply to tho criticism that
Wolgast lid not appear to possess a
knockout blow
Way should lie cut loose asked
Jones Ho was fighting In San Fran
cisco for the first time and ho want
ed to make sure of the victory It
meant a great deal to him He
found out from the first that he could
dominate Powell and outbox him any
time they clashed and he determined
to fight carefully He didnt loaf at
that but if anyone should ask you
Wolgast could fight fiercer and fasten
than he fought Monday night
Wolgasts next appearance will be
In Los Angeles He is to fight a fel
low named Picato it sounds more
like tho name of an opera singer In
thy burg named on the night of Do
comber 11 He has already defeated
Picato so that there is some reason
for supposing that Wolgast will be
returned winner again
Jones speaking of his boy said
Tho match which 1 have In view
and am hopeful of Is ono with Battl
ing Nelson The battler promised us
in the office of tho Chicago Amer
ican that he would sign with Wolgast
next January and 1 hope he will keep
his word
How about Abe Attell for the
fentherweight championship
Attell has no more notion of fight
Ing than I have of tackling Jack John
son answered Jones Abe Atloll
will not reply to telegrams sent him
by the promoters at least not as long
as his replies are liable to Involve
himJones
Jones says It Is his object to keep
Wolgast fighting twice a month from
iow until next April In April tho
pair will go abroad probably to
France
FOUR DEATHS FROM
KANSAS CITY EXPLOSION
Kansas City Dec 7The death of
Andrew D Meler a plumber early
today brings the total death list of
victims of the boiler explosion here
yostorday up to four Tho others who
have died are
James Foley a steam fitter
James Cox a driver
Essie Williams colored a fireman
The building which was being re
modeled was partly wrecked and the
Ions will roach about 15000 Two
men who were painfully injured will
recover
UNNECESSARY ACCOMPLISH
MENT
Stella Here is a schedule that says
you can feed a family on 20 a month
BellaWell if you have enough
brains to do that you can catch a hus
band with plenty of money New
York Times
WILLIAM ASTOR DRAYTON
ATTACKED AND ROBBED
New York Dec 7 William Astor
Drayton son of J Coleman Drayton
financier an dnophew of Colonel John
Jacob Aslor was beaten and robbed
early Uulny on cast 57th street while
returning homo from a social affair
He was picked up unconscious by i
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I I q i k I pers will find that Barons Store is the only store in Ogden
= 1 where you can buy more for your money than anywhere
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else
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We will place on sale all this week any 2000 SUIT OR
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A FEW CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS
V Bat Robes Smoking Jackets Mufflers Silk Handker
chiefs and a full complete line of Mens and Youths Fur I
nishings Hats and Shoes i
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policeman Drayton is a student in
Columbia university It is not known
how much tho robber obtained
LEGAL
ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Stockholders of the Overland Min
ing Milling Company attention
At a meeting of the hoard of direc
tors held in Ogden City Utah Octo
ber 25 1909 an assessment of one
mill per share was levied against the
capital stock of the corporation the
same payable immediately to tho Sec
retary at 674 L3rd street Ogden
Utah If not paid on or before Novcm
her 26 1009 tho stock will he adver
tised as delinquent and if not paid
with costs of advertising on or be
fore December 11 1909 sufficient
shares thereof will be sold at public
auction G7I 23rd street at 3 oclock
p m of that day to pay delinquency
cost of advertising and expense of
sale ALBERT SCOWCROFT
President
Notice of Postponement
At a mooting of the iboard of direc
tors of Overland Mining Milling
r Co held at Ogden Utah Dec 3 1909
the date of sale of delinquent stock
hy resolution of said hoard was post
poned to take place on the 17th clay
of December 1909at G74 23rd St
Ogdon Utah at 3 p m
The following stOCk IB delinquent
Name No Cert Shs Amt
Brown A C 2351 1GO
I Drown A C 312 155
Brown A C 435 25
Brown A C 532 4G3
Brown A C 5J11 1159
Brown A C 559 GOO CCC
Chatland Marlah 595 5197 550
Driver Jesse J 49 10290 I
Driver Jesse 1 125 CH03
Driver Jesse J 239 805
Driver Jesse J 354 780
Driver Jesse J 439 130 1767
Gorhain A J 19 1G45
Gorham A J 102 905
Gorham A 270 180
Gorham A J 3G4 1261
Gorham A1 167 201 2S3
Gorham F S IS 241
Gorham F S 103 14
1 Gorham F S 27J t
Gorham F S 3G5 2
Gorham F S 408 J 05
Pock E 88 J4G4
I Peck E Ad 101 1906
Peck E A 298 2HI
Peck E A 100 27
Peck E A Hl21 45 595
God ard 11 H G5 214
Goddard H H r 1661 115
oddard H fl 22
Goddard H II 66 15
Goddard H If Ill 05
Goddard H H 619 170 51
God anl Ermn 5005 fiOOI so
Quln Isnak 102 200
QUill Isaak 1I 110
Qulny Isaak 301 IS
Quiny Isank 101 HI
Qulny Isaak 495 5
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Qulny Isaa1c 58S 2465
I Quln Isaak 589 HI 2S3
Stnner F 1d16 1000
Stanger F M lOS 550
Slnngcr F I 301 821
StlOger F l1 107 7f I
Stanger F r I 4981 151 1n
And in accordance with law Card
order of tho Board of Directors so
many shares of each parcel of soclc
as may ho necessary will oe sofa at
Git 23rd street Ogden City Utah oi
December 17 1909 at 3 p m to par
delinquent assessment with cost of
advertising and sale 1
C W HESTMARK
Secretary and Treasurer
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IEveryihfiI11 If must go by January 1 191100 You
CfllIDl make iJromm 331300 to 7500 on aIRY pUJ rc1hl se r
from flue Dry Good9 Ctoak9 Woimeiiiss and ChiHaI
ren9s UJffide wweaIr 1r y and Notiojl J epaIr teemls I
There Ils a good S6llecffIlo i l110IW so take 3w3n1e2
le oH tffii MEAT OEBFKTUNITY AT OMCE
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THE 10c TABLE CONTAINS
Children Caps worth 3uc to 75c Scotts
Pads and Bustles worth 50c to 75e Child
rcns IloOcls Womens 50u Kimonas Ladies
White waists worth 100 Babys 75c
Drefcses Your choice of any of the articles
mentioned above For19
SKIRTS
A big line of Panama Worsted and Yoille
1 Skirls at closing out prices
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400 Womens Mentor Union Suits F 250
250 Womens Mentor Union Suits 195
225 Womens Union Suits 150
Misses Fleeced Union Suits 29
Womens part Wool r25 Union Suits
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PILLOWS ti
There arc about 20 pillows left and the 1
prices arc extremely low
Childrens nul llisscs Coats in Bear
skins Plushes Moleskins Cloths in all eol
ors at prices from 83 13 Lo 75 per cent dis
count lhcy must go by January 1st
FURS <
A discount of 40 1 ycr cCntJ075 per cent
disco11l1t on all Furs Thercare some goods
left
TOYS
Yon cnn please the little folks nt our toy j
department S Ye are selling our entire line
of toys books games dolls etc at a big
discount Everything must be closed onto j
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