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TUESDAY, PEIRUARV H,1U.
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AN UGLY CHARGE
Indicted For Alleged Embezzlement
Of Bank's Funds
Smiders Without A Word-Accused A Brother Of the
Superintendent Of The State Department Of Banks
And Banking-Charges Grow Out Of Shortage In A
Cilnmhis Bank's Cash Balance The Day It
Columbus, O., Feb. ID. Clom Max
tor et Lima, O., an examiner In the
tate department of banka mid bank
ing, of which his brother, P. E. Bax
3sr, ) superintendent, arrived In Co
ambus to surrender to an Indictment
"barging cmboMlomont of $3,040 from
t Columbus Savings and Trust com
enay, which failed a year nso. lie
tween tho tlmo tlio bank closed at 3
. . and midnight, when state exam
tears completed tholr examination,
akortago developed In tho cash
Jftftlaace. Whon It wan called to tho
attention of bank attaches, thoy madn
-a vigorous protest of Innocence.
George .1. Magly, secretary of tho
Teutonla Building and uoan company
at Columbus, who recently confessed
'to a $24,000 shortage, was Indicted on
chargcB of embezzlement nml malting
Mr. Uaxter would give out no state
Boat. The examiners signed a utato
meat that tho cash fouud was $:i,040
Its than llio books called for, but
Treasurer W. II, Iluckhim of the hnnk
Stenbenvlllo, O., Felt. ID. A. It.
Pearmaii, clerk of tho school board at
sUyland, this county, Is under arrest
at Huntington, Ind. Ho Is wunted for
.She alloged embezzloinnut of $240 of
Jhn funds of tho Itnyland hcIioo!
hoard that waa duo Martins Furry
MEMBERS OF TRUST
Detroit, Mich., Fob. 15. Tho Jury In
tie criminal trial of tlio mombnrit ot
Uo alleged tmthtuli trust found tho
Sefendants and Individuals guilty as
'Tho charge upon which thoy were
tried was violation of tho Sherman
aatUrust law, It was alleRod that
ejkrough an agreement between u" ma
jority of the iiiai'MliictiircrH and near
ly all tho 400 jobbers In this country
arlco llfct wax aKrucd on which Uxo-l
Claclnnati, O,, Feb, 15. Soutmico
will not bo passed for savoral days
President John H. Patterson and
: ether officials and employes of tho
si Cash KeglBter company, con
ot criminal violation of the
an anti-trust act, according to
' atatemont by United States Judge
abfilster. Judgo Hqllister doclded
'sbM the $5,000 bond on which each
ttke defendants has boon at liberty
wriag tho trial will bo continued.
The Uefendunts will ask tor a now
Mrs. Thomas Tlco and daugutor,
- t Mr, and Mrs. Albert Harris, North.
Mr. Julius Hogors of Columbus wan
Tim. Mt, Vernon Saturday morning on
Mlua Klslo Studor of Homur spent
AjMarday In ML Vernon visiting wltti
2 ' ' jr n . ' - l( ' s, , - .
refused to sign this, it Is said. Neither
of the tellers In whoso chests tho
shortage was found was requested
subsequently to replace the money,
although thoy woro under bond, and
It Is said It was not reported to the
state banking department.
It Is declared that the morning af
ter the cash had been counted Mr.
Backhus had ono of the examiners
shadowed. This ono subsequently
purchased an automobllo, giving a
draft In payment. Mr. Backhus sought
to learn tho dotalls as to tho deposit
on tho account on which tho draft
had been drawn. Ho was blocked In
this. Subsequently the case was
brought to tho attention of Attorney
General Hogan and Prosecuting At
Birmingham, England, Feb, 15.
Militant Huffragets dropped a phial
containing an oxploslvo substance
Into tho lottnr box of tho England
vevcnuo oillco here. An explosion and
a llro followed promptly. Tho box
contained S,000 In paper money.
Most of this was rescued, however,
bcfnro the flames could reach it
Falls to Get Letter; Kills Self.
Wollston, O., Fob. ID, Despondent
over troubles at home and because
nor lover did not writo at the appoint
ed tlmo, It is said, Kdlth Kully, 19,
tommlttod Hiilcldo by drinking tour
Dunces of carbolic acid.
GUILTY AS CHARGED
price absolutely in ovory section oi
The defendants number among
them moiiio of tho most prominent
Hon In Pittsburg and othur cities of
the east. Some of them wept during
tho argument of Attornoy Hodman
when ho pictured to tho jury tho dis
grace that would (nit on tho defend
ants ahould they ho convicted. The
government attornoys confined their
efforts sololy to tho fact.
Rowling Green, O., Fob. 15. Tho
eud ot the $4,000 robbery case at
Itortago on Nov, 19, whon tho Munn
llrothors bank was rifled, was writton
(n court hero whon William Bohren
sen ot Cleveland und Albert Poverott
of South Bend, Ind., woro respective
ly sentenced to servo 12 and 10 yoars
in tho penitentiary for complicity in
Infirmary Inmate a Suicide.
Cirolevlllo, 0., Fob, 15. William
Limohaugh. GO, slnglo, suicided at the
county lnllrmary, blowing bis head off
with n Hhotgnn. Ho Is a brother of
deorgo W. Llmebaugu, wealthy fur
dealer, ot this city.
RUB IT IN THOROUGHLY
A sprain or strain should bavo lm
modlato uttentlon to chock tho swell
ing, Rub on, and rub In thoroughly
Hanfords Balsam of Myrrh and you
will bavo quick relief. Always havo
a bottlo on hand for accidents.
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Memorial Services Held To-
day In Washington
Washington, D. C, Feb. 15 In tho
precence of ah audience that compris
ed the President and his cabinet, tho
numbers of tlio Supremo Court of tho
United States, tho foreign diplomatic
cor'js, army nnd navy officers station
ed in Washington, and scores of In
vited guests of nntlonal fame, tho
two' houses of Congress today paid tri
bute to tho memory of Vice President
James S. Sherman. Tlio memorial ex
ercises were held in the Hall of Rep
resentatives. Kvery available Inch of space In tlio
galleries nnd on tho door was occu
pied, and the audience was an lm
mciiKo one. Admission to the Capitol
was restricted to tho holders of tick
ets. Every member of Congress was
attired In black. Tho galleries wero
'brizht with tho costumes of women,
but the only touch of color on1 the (loot
wn.t In the uniforms of several high
officers of tho army and navy.
Tho services wero of a slmplo but
Impressive character. The program
was opened with a prayer by tho chap
lain of tho House and closed with tho
benediction by tho chaplain of tho Sen
ato. President Tatt dollvercd ono of
tho addresses of eulogy, and Speaker
Clark delivered another. President
Taft's address was universally pro
nounced n splendid eulogy of his form
er colleague and friend. Ho delivered
it with no effort at oratorical effect;
yet, through the three quarters ot un
hour that ho occupied, ho was listened
to with breathless silence and strain
ed attention, and when ho concluded
thero was a storm of applause.
President Taft's action. In visiting
tho Hall of Representatives and deliv
ering an address thero was almost
without precedent. Not slnco 1801,
whon President Jefferson Introduced
tho cuBtom of tho President's Bond
ing "a message in writing" instead of
innkiug n speech at tho opening ses
sion, hnd n President spoken directly
to n House of Congress.
Mnnslllon, O., Fob. 15. Largo fret
canned tho downfall of Joseph Wll-
helm, 25, ot Masslllon, who last week.
robbed threo downtown business
houses In this city. With tho dimen
sion of footprints left in tho vicinity,
Chlol Krtlo traced tho thefts to tno
Voung man, whoso shoes are slzo 11.
When confronted by tho fac-olmllo of
iho footprints Wllhclm broko down
Charleston, W. Va., Fob". 15. Of
tho COO miners Iwho arrived In town
from distant strlko region points, the
fcrontor number returned to tlmlr
homcB after having failed to malto th
domoust ration which thoy were cred
ited with threatening. Tliu rapltnl
grounds woro quiet and but a fow
Btrngglurfl , approached thorn, All l
quiet In the striko region, accordtn''
New YorK. fob. 15. Thu orders for
the strlko of tho firemen on tho east
ern ruilrouds wore drawn up and
topics printed In readiness to bo sent
to tho dllteront , divisions. It wits
rlglnally Intended" to start tho strike
kt midnight ot Sunday, but a delay
has beon doclded upon until confer
mens uro concluded. Judge Martin
A. Knnpp, with D, W. W, Hunger, act
ing United States labor commissioner.
Is now heru making n Htm! attempt
to settle ,uy mediation tlio points In
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Thi KIM YmHivi Always Boufht
LITERACY TEST 1
A MIRE FALLACY
Tift's Reason For Vetoing tin
UPHOLDS SECRETARY NA6EL
President Disapproves Measure Solely
Because of the Provision Which
Would Lock the Doore of the Unit
ed States Against the Allen Who
Could Not Read Some Language or
Washington, Feb. 15. President
Taft vetoed tlio Immigration bill, on
the ground that tho Illiteracy test pre
scribed would not prove satisfactory
snd would be objectionable. Senator
Lodge, who has chargo of tho meas
ure, announced that an effort would
be made to pass it over the voto.
In a short messago, which was ac
companied by a letter from Soretnry
Nagel, the president eni In explana
tion of his refusal to sign tho meas
ure: "I do this with great reluctance.
Th bill contains many valuable
amendments to tho present Immigra
tion law which will insure greater
certainty in excluding undeslrablo Im
migrants. But I can not mako up my
salad to sign a bill which In Its chief
provision violates a principle that
ought In my opinion to be upheld In
dealing with our immigration. I refer
to the literacy test."
The immigration legislation with tho
Illiteracy test has been urged chiefly
by tho American Federation of Labor.
Tho veto message was accompanied
by a letter to the president from Sec
retary Nagel denouncing tho literacy
test as a radical provision "based
upon a fallacy in undertaking to ap
ply a test which Is not calculated to
reach tho truth and to find relief from
a dangor which really docs not exist."
Tho president adopted tho secretary's
Senate and houso lenders lost no
tlmo In arranging for an effort to
ovorrldo tho veto. As soon as tho
mcsBBgo woB;rpad Senators Dilling
ham and Simmons and Representa
tive Burnett, leading tho congression
al supporters of tho mcasuro, mado
arrangements to toko It up In tho
senate on Monday nnd in tho house
Tuesday. With Senator Lodge thoy
wore conlldent that the bill would be
passed easily. in both houses by th
noccBBary twiMlrds voto.
IN BRIBERY PROBE
Will Tell Grand Jury What They
Know About Deals.
Charleston, W. Va., Feb. 15.
Kvory member of tho West Virginia
legislature, except thoeo against
whom indictments havo boon roturn
od, together with many other well
known persons, liaH been summoned
to appear before tho spoclal grand
jury in the Kanawha county Interme
diate court and toll what ho knows
about tho allrgod purchase ot votes
for United States senator and money
alloged to have boon spont for tho
pnsoago or defeat ot legislation.
Six mcrnbura ,of the loglslntura
wero Indicted, seven indictments In
all being returned. State Senator B.
A. Smith and Dologates David Hill,
H. F. Anbury, V. S. O. Rhodes and
Rath Duff wero Indicted, cbargod with
feloniously receiving bribes in con
nection with tlieir vote for United
States Senator Claronco W. Watson.
Later n second lndlctmont was re
turned iignlnst Delegate Rhodes for
offering a $2,000 brlbo to Dologate J.
M. Smith ot Tyler county. An Indict
ment also was returnod against Dele
gato George S, Van Motor, charged
with accepting a gift of monoy on
WOULD MAKE GRAVEYARD
A MUSEUM OF ART. X
; Chicago Fob. 16. Mrs. Ella .
Wood Dean, the author and
horsewoman, ,1s posing for her )
tombstone. Mrs. Dean's tomb-
! stone will be emblematic aud !
not religious, and is a part of a ;
, moveniont started by her to re-
movo tho clement ot horror from )
the graveyards and placing the !
J tombstone Industry in the hands
or artists Instead of quarry
J workers, It IsHhe purpose of the
i movement tovchango the grave-
; yard into a museum nt art. Flow- ;
ors and crosnus, also terrifying
) figures, which are now tho chief
i forms of decoration, are to be re-
', ', placed by stat'uos' and statuettes
representing artUtlc concop- '
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General Wees'ferd Dead.
New York. Feb.:i6.Goneral Stow
irt L. Woodford, veteran publicist and
tormer United States minister to
fpaln, Is dead. Hewas 78,
TRIBUTE TO SHERMAN
snate Devotes Day to Ceremonies
Commemorative of His Life.
Washington, Feb. 15. The senate
devoted today's session to ceremonies
commemorative ot tho life, character
nnd public works of the late Vice
President James S. Sherman of New
York. Tho ceremonies were tho most
impresslvo over hold in the senate.
President Taft, th members of the
cabinet, the speaker, the members of
tho houso of representatives, the
chief Justice and associate Justices of
tho supromo court, tho ambassadors
and ministers to the United States
and other Important dignitaries were
present. Speeches wero delivered by
Senators Root of New York, Martin
of Virginia, Galllngor of New Hamp
shire, Thornton oi Louisiana, Lodgo
of Massachusetts, Kern of Indiana,
LaFollette of Wisconsin, Wllllnms of
Mississippi, Curtis of Kansas, Cum
mins ot Iowa, Oliver of Pennsylvania
nnd O'Gorman of New York, Speaker
Clark and President Taft.
The members of the late Vlco Pres
ident Sherman's family attended 'tho
exercises, as did many of his friends
in New York. President-elect Wilson
and ex-President Roosovclt wero in
vited, but were not present
THIS INVENTION PUTS
EDISON IN THE SHADE
Ealinsand OrinklnsAra Possible
Thraueh the Giistograph.
South Norwalk, Conn., Feb. 15.
Edison is placed in the passe class
and eating and drinking are taken
from tho luxuries list and placed on
tho commonplace through a wonder
ful Invention made public by George
H. Hadley of this place. Tho inven
tion is a now gustograph which repro
duces on phonographic records all tho
gastronomical sensations and results
which can be reproduced at will by
Blmply affixing tho gastronomical
transmitter to tho palate and starting
tho record. The gustograph, accord
ing to tho Inventor, will roproduco tho
most ample banquet from soup to
nuts on a slnglo record, nnd the meal'
can be eatevt a thousand times over,
while in a similar way. a "souse" can
bo reproduced and enjoyod at will
without a fractional part of the orig
inal cost Also if a person does not
take his own sensations while in n
state of Inebriation, all ho has to do
Is to invest in another's record.
Another variety will, bo cheap under,
those conditions' and tho' united
States law putting a ban on the ab
sinthe and its glorious effects will be
nil. For ono such treat can be fed
,to tho entire country.
Tho dotalls of tho gustograph have
not been mado public as yot, but Mr.
Hadley states that the sensation re
corder Is affixed to tho palate 'and an
electric wire transmits all the sensa
tions to the delicate cylinder on which
the same Is recorded. While the
senses that are most affected are
merely imagination, the Inventor Is
yet at sea as to whether the effects
on tho human systora will be the
same as the primitive and original
way of eating or drinking. Ho is in
clined, howovor, to think that there
Will be little dlfforonco.
Refuses to Answer Questions Regard
ing Action Brought Against Him.
Berlin, Fob. 15. John O. A. Lelsh
ttan, the American ambassador to
Gorniany, absolutely refused to an
swer any questions in regard to the
action brought against him by Ra
mond, Plnchon & Company, stock
brokers, with ofucoa In New York,
Paris and London, fpr $70,010.95 as a
balance alloged to bo duo from stock
transactions which aggregated $1,
846,509 in a period ot 30 days. The
ambassador would say nothing be
yond "tho matter Is in the hands of
my attorneys, who will fllo n answer
at the propor time."
Cure For Hesdaoh.
When the flrst symptoms of a head
ache appear take one tciispoouful of
clear lemon julco flfteeu minutes be
fore each meal and nt bedtime und con
tinue until symptoms uro past. For
biliousness plain lemon Julco nnd wa
ter Is very good. It allays fever and
promotes sleep and nppctlte.
If the cuticle about your nails seems
tough nnd there Is n tendency to "hang
nails" rub In n llttlo vaseline or cold
cream every night before retiring.
Soon you will see i marked improve
ment in the condition of the nulls'.
The Two Sides.
"Thore are two sides to every argu
ment," said tho ready made philoso
pher. "Yes," replied the gloomy person,
"but it mukes a difference which side
you choose, There are two sides to a
piece of fly papers'Washington Star,
"It wns a very appropriate birthday
present our young friend, the lawyer,
got, wnsu't It?"
"What was the present!"
"A new suit" Kxcbauge.
Cautiously avoid talking of the do
mestic affairs ot yourself or of other
people. YqnrM are nothing to thero but
Astlsktiu nneutn fPhnliM s ttAthlnstl frn
vou.-Lord Chesterfield. ,
Use! imwilitf Amti tf A Mir li
The Myw's Curt
Through an unfortunate mistake, an
Item in tho Banner ot Thursday even
ing read that Jerry Latherns had been
arrested and fined, for disorderly con
duct in tho mayor's court, whereas
tho name should havo been that of
Read Rockwell's farm nd In this is
sue of tho Banner. tf
Mr. Clifford Hunt of South Vernon
was a business visitor in Columbus
Miss Mary Sapp of this city spent
Thursday afternoon with friends In
For calks use Hanford's Balsam.
Mrs. Clydo Weaver of North Gay
street went to Danville Friday morn
ing to make a short visit
Look at the new Spring hats In our
window. Milton Lewis.
Mr. J. F. Williams of Folkston, Ga,,
arrived in this city Thursday to enter
Tho Mt Vernon Business College.
Mrs. Rose Coyle returned home
Thursday after a Bhort visit In Cleve
land and Warren.
Mrs. Anthony White returned to
her homo in Aahvllle, Ohio, Friday
morning nfter a two weeks' visit with
friends In Mt. Vernon nnd Howard.
Mijgf Delia Stritch returned to her
home In Springfield this morning al
ter a short visit with relatives In the
Hanford's Balsam heals when nil
Our windows show the latest Styles.
Look. Milton Lewis.
Miss Ruth Mnrtludale of Newark is
visiting for several days with hor
grandfather, Mr. Morris Penrose, ot
South Norton street.
Mr. Allen Cole, who has been spend
ing tho past year in Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Colo, East Vino street.
Judgo Georgo Coyner nnd Dr. C. N.
Lorey wont to Columbus Friday morn
ing to atteend tho state school board
Mrs. Burgess Belt left Thursday
See the new spring styles In our
windows. Milton Lewis,
for Adam Center, N. Y., being called
thore by tho serious lllhcBS of heh
Mrs. C. V. L. Nichols "of NewYcirjk
City reuinlns critically HI. According
to a communication received by her
brother, Mr. John Wlllemln, Friday
morning, hor condition Is unchanged.
Mrs. Lannlng Parsons, Mrs. S. M.
Braldflold and Mrs. L. G. Hunt re
turned to their homes in Mt. Vernon'
Thursday afternoon after a visit with
Mrs. F. A. Wernett of Coshocton.
Mrs. May King, who has been the
guest of her undo and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Val Setzler, of West Chestnut
street, has returned to her home in
New Spring styles arriving dally at
the Home of Good Clothes. Milton
Ask your dealer for tho free booklet,
"Useful Hints for Horso Owners," Is
sued by G. C. Hnnford Mfg. Co,, Syra
cusq, N. Y manufacturers of Han
ford's Balsam of Myrrh.
Among tho Mt. Vernon people who
went to Columbus Friday to hear
Harry Lauder at the Southern thea
tre this qvenlng were: Judgo and Mrs.
Frank O. levering, Mr, and Mrs. 3.
Clifford Levering, Mrs. Edward C.
Fleming, Hon. and Mrs. Lewis 1J.
Houck and son, Don., Dr, and Mrs.
James F. Lee, Judgo and Mrs. J. B.
Wnight, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Mooro.
DR. 0. O. OBTDIR .
Office and residence corner
Gambler and Mulberry sts. Calls
answered day or night Both
'phones, Cltliens' 173 blue; Bell
KNOX OO. TIAOHIRS'
Meetings for the examination of
teachers will be held at the
OINTRAL SCHOOL Bldg
Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
The first Saturday of every montfc
The third Saturday of April and th
third Saturday in May; Examlnatlov
will commence at 8:00 o'clock a. xu
Address all communications to th
Clerk of Board ot Examiners.
Organization ot board:
J. S. ALAN, President,
Mt Vernon, Ohio.
R. L. JONES, V. President,
ML Vernon, Ohio.
-A L. MURRY, Clerk,
HOW MRS. BROWN
Diarimff Change of Life How
Lydle E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Made
Her a Well Woman.
Iola, Kansas.-" During the Changa
of Life I was sick for two years. Be
fore I took your med
icine I could not
bear tho weight of
my clothes and was'
bloated very badly.
I doctored with three,
doctors but they did
me no good. They
said nature must
have its way. My
sister advised mo to
take Lydia E. Pink
Compound nnd .1 purchased a bottle.
Before it was gone the bloating left me ,
and I was not so sore. I continued tak
ing it until I had taken twelve bottles.
Now I am stronger than I have been for
years and can do all my work, even the
washing. Your medicine is worth its
weight in gold. I cannot praise it
enough. If more women would take
your medicine there would be more
healthy women. You may use this let
ter for the good of others." Mrs. D.
H. Brown, 809 N. Walnut St, Iola,Kan.
Change of Life is one of the most
critical periods of a woman's existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known to
so successfully carry women through
this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's
If yen want special advice write to
Lydia E. PlnUam Medicine Ce. (coal
destlal) Ljm, Mass. Tear letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence-
Tt iltO Sfittltr Vttma C.MiAln'ocJjtUi
inuicncw ureiricwoi msnnutia.
baskatcnewan ana Al
berta, there aro thous
ands of Free Home
steads left.whicb to the
man making entry in
three years' tlmewill be
worth from $20 to S3
per acre. These lands
are well adapted to
tnnnv c&3a the. rallwavs tn
Canicla hava htmn huiit in nd.
I vancfl of fltttmnt. and In nfihnrt.
sgSj time there .will not be a rtttler
l wno need be more than' ten or
I twelve miles from n line of rail-.
I way. Railway rates are tcculated'
oy liovenuocnt uimmlaslcn.
oelai Conditions. The Ameri
can settler is at (hornet In West
ern Canada. He lanot a stranger
in a strange land, having nearly
a million of his own neonlc al
ready settled there. Send to the S
ianauuinuovt:rnmcni niicm lur
literature, rates, &c. Address
or address Sunt, of Immigration,
L. B. HOUCK
Office Rogers' building, No. jll South
Main street, Mt Vernon, Ohio. Rooms.
2 and 3, second floor.
FRANK O. LEVERING,
ATTORNEY. A LAW
All business of legal nature given
prompt Attention and especially to
practice in the Probate Court Offloe
No, 8 East High street,, Mt Vernon, O.
New Phone, Office 104.
X. O. BIGGS
Office in, Arnold clock corner
East High street and, Monument
square, ML Vernon, Ohio.
O. X. OONABD, M. D.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND
Office and residence, 18 Bast Vine 'm
CIUmbs' "phone 51. Office hours: I
to 4 ana 7 to p. m.
Bell 163 R. ,
THE FIRE INSURANCE MAN
WILL J. "Doe" WILSH
If yeu ewn anyttimt, have
Citlseas' Those Ml Red.
8 East Gambler street. Mt Vernea, a
Luther A. 'stream Wm. P. Rimer
BTBXAM k BIMIB
REAL ESTATK AND LOINS
Farms' and city pnperty bought sol
and exchanged. aopertles rented and
rents collected. Fire insurance a spe
cialty. Representing 14 old reliable4.
stock companies. Accident Insurance
Uve stock Insurance. Plate, glass In
surance, automobile insurance, In fact
we can Insure any property you may
have; Surety bonds of all kinds. Call
and see us. Room 1 Btpe bldg., Bouts
Main st Clt 'phone No. 447 Black ;
Miss Helen McNabb went to Colura-
bus -Saturday morning to spend the
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