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SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 11.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1911. TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
IN NEW DEAL
Throne Apologizes for
Past Wrongs and Par
nrnnnmt-r .ppriUDI Vi
Rhunu'AMlt: AboclYiDLT i
Imperialists Reported to 5e
Burning the Native City
Peking, Oct. 30. There is
a reported cut off of General
Yin Tchang's railway commun -
ication with Peking. The gov-;
ernment is preparing for a de-1
fense of Peking. Terror ha3
now seized the highest officials j
and many are fleeing to Tien
Tsin. It is feared today's sur
render on the part of the throne
came too late to save the situ
ation. Peking. Oc. 3". The in rone i a?
. ded to :he demand of the- i! ni'itial
assembly for a com plet e roJ:' utinnal
ton mnie-nt. An -die- issue ! today by
t : t - throne apolouu-M for ;i;i.-t n gleet
uraiiie a nimme-dia'o entitution. w i'h
a cabinet from which nobb-s will be
xoluded. and free pardon for re'icls
nd ail political offenders
iti.ni.i. iu; i:km;. not i;hmu ..
Tokio. Oft. "0. Reverses of the Chi
i oso relielt at Hankow arc r:o' ennsid-
red as 8-rio-iK. Stratc giealiv ti.e c ty
i- aluoWss, and its possesion would
heavily handicap the letiels. It is
,'iotjablf the rebels will strongly forti
fy Wu-Cbang and make that city their !
TrK CITY BIRMM.. !
Shanghai. Oct. 30. A British war-;
ship at Hankow sends a wireless that!
'tie impe-rialists are burning the native-
city of Hankow, ami tli.it th ud
i ant r of the (joviTiiiii"!.! forces is
marked by fcide-o'is brutality.
IOIAI.IM llOI.lt llNKO.
Hankow. Oct. Tii. loyalists are
in undisputed posst sie.n of Hankow
and preparing to follow tip the :f-ry
l last week by an ;-,:t,i-.k c; u-
hHiig. Admiral Fah CL- n Pit.p yes-
day uotified tl.. foreign ou-ul he
wus viiiy ooutbard t h . ton n. and
npk'-J ail lt r !;i''r.- tu leave
Ah Kelei. an Ai;eii, a;i n.islouar ,
was at.-uck ly a t-uav h.illei dur
tiK Kril,ij ' fijr'.'::-c. in .1 mtious
.( hi m;l kii i t i.
it Krid ' fip!:f at Kiiosn t i "I en, '
'clrhoMth the r hf'. v re ura m!t,er .1
t vvo to OliC l. the itujiel ial'.s'i', and
-'i! je: to a raking flank lit - from wai--hipr.
: ney h- 11 fi:e;r v.i''"i'! nuti! :.
nee kiliej a!;J 1 " ou:uied At
iiisl tii t it-Is : compelled te n-t'r-v
Their tank.- w ere ''roken. b'.t
iiT ' w.s r par.uv The ah mice of
!e lov.i Its: j was a f-plet.ri.d iu.-tilloa-;n
of it-r tiaitnes wimcii ti.'se ::orth- .
"1 fMi; t le. . 1 :'fe;ty l.r.-.ier
I "u rope.
iriK-'o-,; Ten tho'is."-.nl
:r:o the rehel t:.
MUST S.VC ACAI.X
S:.e o: tl. ivrtu.'.e she bad
..i.asoc 1 by her singing. !t l report
ed in New York, and is contemi !t
:r - a ret.;rn to te or concert
; :. fo. tv if er.3Remerl o'c
'it .y.z Hrr lo.e o:i the siook
Mthjr.gt jn tt. past or o are
to Lh rr,r-re -"an iZ.-. W
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow, for
Rock Island, Davenport, Motine,
Rain this afternoon and tonight,
Tiifsday generally fair. Colder to-
jr.f.i.r4i;5"iAt,antc Fleetin New York
Velocity of wind at 7 a. m. n miles
Relative humidity at 7 p. tu. 72,
ai 7 a. Hi. &S.
Stage of water 3.2, no change in
M. SHERIETR, Local Forecaster.
(Prom noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Son set. 4:55. rises 0:23; moon sets!
ns p. m.-. nD-i decimauox 13 de-:
CrPM 4G rcinates south of celestial i
entrenched revolutionary forces at
APPAI-I.INCi M.A l OHTEIt.
Th"re wer- Z.oj n-X-l troops. Theft
! behind weil-plf nned fort';f5a ions
and had Little to fear from an attack
of troops. It w&g the guns of Acraira!
Sah's fleet which finally derM-d the
day apaiut thern. The slauch'er wa
appailing. The revolutionists retir-vd.
'lie nfnio'm the r bels return'
hrineii' r inforce merit. They
i nn -ri rio'i'riie-Q'iick. fheerinc i;k-
g"r school br.yp
Kii.irr i oF..inKii.
They a'faek d the loyalists viuo
I -. bur th f ijiij w a.- on' -sided
traitied :ni tin! soldiers lakid
armed rahbl" with rapid-fire guns.
r' belK idtln.at' lv were compelled o
w ithdraw. They safd their fi 'J zm'.
ani carri d .ft their wounded.
HKI'I lil.K I HI l-lll.l).
U'ashinton. ) t. ". A rep; '.i'.t
named Kwatip-Tutic has been estab
lished by tile people df Canton in
Kwanir-Tm province. China i"oi'Si.l
Wet. era! lJert;iiolz cabled to the st ;te
ii jiartrnePt t'-day. The Maui lit; ai
rison of ti,t c.ty has been c"araiit'''eil
HR MOW K.I) IHIW .
Tripoli. Oct. ''.'!. -- For thtte iar- the
Italians has. been slauphteritiK Arab.
outside the jty. Many women are
killed. In the confusion Httendi'.iK the
Itahan bamhardment of the Iwiirhjizi.
t H. itnmen-ie rjamape wa. done.
Three hnr.dred riviliatif. hait o: v. iiojn
were women and children. were
lyjinjou, Oct. .". A Const antinople
dispatch says': "Accoiding to news
from Tripoli published here, the Turks ;
have captured the last of the Kalian
cuter entrenchments and occupied the(
suburb of Zabre and all approaches to1
Trioli from the northwest
WOMAN IS ACQUITTED
OF A MURDER CHARGE
Ontonagon, Mich.. Oct. .".--Mrs.
Laura Stannurd was Saturday niiiht
found not guilty of murdering her
husband. Charles S f" milliard of
tinj poisonihR. The jury w as out but
ne i;.ir and Ten minutes. Thj
prisotier rose to her feet when the
fi reman of the jury announced t iw
erdiet and she followed the jurors
when they retired to their routi; and
thanked them warmly. Throuch the
trial which betran Oct. Iti. Mrs.
sitai.nard professed the greatest af
fection for her husband and de-lar d
that, he w is alw ays affectionate to
her except when he was1 drinking
and that then h became eruelly
abusive. Her four children china
tie prisoner durinc her trir.l with
marked dec-'ton. Mr. Stamiard
was arrested May 1 after chem
r.aly; at Ann Arbor showed
J rycbr.i'.ie !:i her hutband's s'or.i-
AT W. C.T. U. CONVENTION
Milwaukee, (!t. V.'K "How :av
pi r hih:t ion"
:t it' different
'I'l.llf I ted It ll
as answered by alio
locates who luik
amhes of the work
man's ' h rist i,i".i
a' fodt-i'-'s .-essien
ntu.al coner.'ion A root: e th
reports were those hav inn to '! w ith
work amo::i: foreijjn-sjw-akiflj: p o
. work ainor.c Indians" n.e(ii.;il
t m peruiii e : work anirii.c (o'ore.l
people: juni!e courts and aiu:
i h ild labor.
OVER NIAGARA WHIRLPOOL
Klaus Ijin-en Arrtnipish lriiit
I eat for ") nd Time.
Niaera Fal'.-;, N. V, Oct "d Cap
tain Kla'is Irsen of lVtrot yesterday
made his second Niagara r-icr tr p
from the cataract to Iewis'on iu a mo
tor boat 1 ." feet. " inches loup He
completed trie six-mile trip t'mouph the
turbulent water in minutep. cm:np
C lor.rh witiio'i: a scratch- Irser says
1 is thror.th :th Niagara adventures
en' r.et year will make a fnp across
tie Atlantic in his '.oaf. rlie Niagara.
Sel.g Recovers From Wound.
Los Argeles. Oct. 0 V. N. Se!:g,
who was ho by a Japanese gardener,
w :'. ! i" . .'i'e to 'cave the S.sters' hos-
.-.' .' I:i a . . or two H:- woun-i
: . de cp. b::' lie- is remaiui under
i:.e atren'ion cf a su:geou so that
i.-ct:on w il; set in.
Sugar Stilt Dropping.
N , A"
ori . e.! :, .V! grades cf
sugar ws rt duf-'l : c:rs a
SHIPS IN LINE
Harbor For Review
OVER 30,000 SAILORS
Haf rjozen Dreadnouqhts Are
Line Sportinq Events
for the. Tars.
Ne-v York. Oct. 5". When the
r.:;sts iifted otf the water? of tbe Hud
eon this morning there was disclosed
to view- a j?ray lioe of fighting ships,
extending seven miles up river. It
was the Atlantic feet at anchor, andimer. Faid the witnesp
with one notable exception complete
for inspection by Secretary Meyer
Wednesday and for review by Pr. -si-dent
Taft Thui s.l;: v. One reat
craft yet to arrive is the area c na iijiht
Florida and dt.e t.i siei.ni from
Urooklyn nay yard today to take
place in the column."
tin: I.TlXl OI-'KH I.H.
'Vith the Flori.la's arrival today
the flet t will be practivaliy ton.plete
with 1. ships of all classes, more
than thirty thousand sailor? and ma
rines and 1.70O officers, and when
the Fioriua takes its place there will
be in line six vessels of the dread-,
nacuht cia.rs Florida, Ctah, Dela
ware. North 'nkota. Michigan and
Hi'.c ki'ho i o riti-iii;'i .
Arrangements were completed to
ld ay f ir the reception of President
Taft and for the inspection and re
view of Wednesday and Thursday..
Tonight the fleet will be illuminated
and Ihere will be a searchlight drill.!
The sporting" element among the sail-:
'.- was much interested today m a
! "-oared cutter race, for w hh h 16
ships entered crews. A three-mile
course straightaway from Fort Leo
ferry to West Fiftj-seventh street
was seieeted. and the contests were
held between f and 1" o'clock this
KCHt I OO I II 1.1. HONOItV
The football esms of the battle
ships Connecticut, the flagship, and
from the North Carolina are playing
for the fleer i h a ni p;ons hi p fit the
American 'aeiie park this afternoon.
Rer Admiral Osterhaus is greatly
pleased in the good conduit of the'
men. Of the many aiiorp. v. he bo l
short leave, more than i'O.OOn alto
gether, less than one per cent have
Suspect is Arrested.
i rr,'"'-'l T e Arfj.
Monmouth. III.. Oct. r:r. Ray Oross.
m id by th ;lice to be a tran;p. was
arr- .-'ed at Alexis Saturday night and
rcmc'ced 'o th. jail here. He is being
detained in the belief tha' be may
have some knowledge of th-- muHer
of "be Dawson family bere
Hearing Rate Complaint..
Des Moiiies. Iowa. Oct. ."u. Ka'e ex
perts, representatives of commeicial
organizations and business men from
all sections of the state are gathered
here to take part in the hearing of
27 Iowa rare complaints before Inter
state Commerce Commissioner Harlan,
which oper.ed today.
President's Thanksgiving Proclamation ,
Chicago, Oct. 30. President Taft to-j
day issued tbe annual Thanksgiving i the railroad station bere, and the en-
proclamation, calling upon citizens ofetire party left for Council Bluffs,;
the United States to celebrate Th'irs- j
day. Not. 20, next as a day of thank-;
glrtng and prayer.
Aurora Congressman Tells Chi
cagoan in December, 19 03, j
He Is Winner.
ON A NON-PARTISAN BASIS
Testifies to STiift of Lee O'Neill
Rrowne From Hopkins to Suc
Chicago. Oct. 3. Congressman Ira ;
C. Copley of Aurora, III-, today tti -
fied before tbe Lorimer investigating
i t0mmittee that he told Lonmer In
December. 19'"'$. that Lorimer could be
i elected United states senator on a r.on-
partisan basis. j
BROWXE CHAS'CES MID. (
Copley also paid Irfe O'Neill Browne.;
several weeks before Lorimer was 1
ejected, predicted the senatorial dead-;
lck would be broken with the election
of A. J. Hopkins by democratic votes
Browne later, however
shifted to lxri-
THE MASTER ROLLER
IS IN A RECORD RUN
oiii-iliuieiit of Silk .Alakcs
Time Irom West Coast to
New Vol k.
have received word
in this city,
of a world's!
trans-continental record for a freight
train carrying J2,00'J,000 worth of
silk. The consignment, which came
from the orient, was unloaded 'from
ship at Seattle and taken over the
Creat Northern and Burlington
from the coast to St. Paul, and on
the main line of th5 I!u rlingtori from
St. Paul to Chicago, and from there
on to New York. The entire distance
of 3.1 4S milee was made by the
freight train at an average of 36 H ed police were hurriedly summoned,
miles an hour. This time includes At the sight of the men on horses the
stops and two hours for switching in tbrnng rpn'eted down and the cer' tno
Chicngo. ' nies proceeded.
j PKKSIDKM Mllltt -;f.
LIES HELPLESS AS ! At tLe end cf ,he si,eech ih i'r-
RESULT OF A FALL
In desceiiding the preeipitous
Lank at the foot of Twentieth street,'
in order to go on board the steamer I
Harriett. Henry Beenk, a stevedore
on the boat, lost his balance and fell
Saturday night, breaking his left armi
in two places. While lying on the.
tank, moanirg, employes of the boat
discovered hlrn and summoned a
physician wno dressed tne man e in
juries MAYBRAY REARRESTED
AT THE DOOR OF PRISON
Leavenworth, Kan., Oct. 30. John
Maybray and E. K. Morse, mem
bers of the famous Maybray swin
dling gang, were released from the
federal prison here yesterday, but
their liberty was brief. At the pris-
on sate DeDutv Sheriff R. a.
dmgton and Prosecutor Frank J. Ca
pe!!, both of Council Bluffs. Iowa,
rearrested the two men on a state
charge. Leon Moeer, who was the
fake foot racer of the gang, was also
released tcday, but he was not rear
rested. He left for Denver. Several
other members of the gang are etilT
Neither priuoner expressed
surprise when taken Into custody
again. Maybray's wife met him at
over the Chicago Great Western raj!-;
road. The prisoners were not
Mounted Police Are Called
to Disperse a Crowd
Executive Finally Displays His
. . .
Ability as a Bricklayer in
Chicago. Oct. GO. President Taft
motored many miles through the murk
loom of a rainy day hi Chicago
today to keep a scries of engagements
i that marked the end of his longes'
j visit in this city. His first trip of the
day was to the stock yards, where he
made a brief address on scientific ag
riculture at the national dairy show.
VIK.W - i.l -: k'l lli K.
The president h!m iewed the live
stuck i-jJihi;ion. He said he was sorry
Pauline Wayne, the famous Whi'e
house cow. was not present. Taft re
ferred to Pauline as "Her Majesty."
The next event was the lavini; of the
corner stone of ihe new Hamilton c lub
huilding. in the heart of the business
district, and streets in its vicinity were
blocked for an hour or more.
CKOWll A I'lMC.
While the president Has speaking,
the crowd nearly broke into a panic
People in the rear, fighting for better
positions, started a general forward
movement which swept aside a solid
mass of bluecoats that had stood be
tween the crowd and the sneaking
platform. The disorder was so great
that Taft stODoed sneakinc and mount
i nem, grasping a trowel, exclaimed:
' "I'll now show you bow a corner stone
! really should be laid." The bric klay
ers' union insiste d on Taft joining their
organization before he was pe-rmitted
to officiate at today's ceremony. So
; the president had his union card in his
pex l-.et. A luncheon followed the cor
ner stone laying.
i.h n;nx, HUM o.
jnis ajrernoon me prc-smeiii i,ad a
conference whh Louis De La Harr
brother of the presid'-nt of Mexico,
who brought greetings and expressions
i of good will from th" executive of the
southern i public.
HAS "SAFFTY AFRDPI AlMF"
T'a her Says Hi Mae bine
ttin r.nu -icc iueius in .Mr.
Hiiriins iile. Mo, Oct. ft. !'rderor
N. M. Sowder. superintendent of the
aeroplane v. hich fce is f.jijv confident
solves the problem of air travel w th
U'ad-'lifj;iJt" s-afety. He rails his machine
a biparacrmte and has tested it In
flights tinder various condition.. In
fact, he claims that rhe wind or u;.-
; ward and downward -ustF of air do not
effect his machine. If the engines
miss, propel lor.-: stop or rudders t.-e-ak,
the machine wl'i descend fafely at the
'ordinary rate of a parachute Ko ,:li-
brium I. maintained a itomatica
:the center of the n.a -g is be Io
' center of bouyancy, he .-.ays
Negro Is Lynched In Texas.
Dallas, Texas, Oct.
lynched rear Marshall.
-A negro w-ts
Texas for at-
tacking a white woman
Interest in Massachusetts,
Where Democrats Expect
to Eepeat Nov. 7.
F0SS AGAIN CANDIDATE
Kleitioiis. Preliminary to Presidemtial
Election a Year Hence Sit
Oct. "P. Although the elee-
, tiot-s to be held Nov. 7 will be quiet,
spared the presidential trug-
: &'-e a year hence. Interest In them
beld Nov. 7 will be quiet,
i nevertheless is keen,
j There will be elections of varying ira
I portance 1n a number of states a week,
from next Tuesday. States which w-ill
j elect governors or other state officer
are: Rhode Island. Massachusetts,
: Maryland. Kentucky, Mississippi. Loui
siana and Now Mexico. In other states,
justices of the supreme court and
members of legislatures will be among
the officers chosen and several con
gressional vacancies are to be filled.
iti:iut ix KiirnrsETr.
bile this is regarded as an off
year, natioual interest centers in Mas
sachusetts, where the democratic and
republican parties have named full
sta'c ticket?. Kucene N. Foss, who
was elected as a democratic governor
in a republican state last year, is a
candidate for re-election. The republi
can ticket is headed by liuis A. Froth
lnehatn. the present republican lieuten
WKMHI, l M:W lORk.
In New York state, a new assembly
be elected, as well as several jus
tices of tbe supreme court. The as
sembly election will he unusually im
loitnnt this year, as the repuldi. ans
ill endeavor to regain control of tin?
lewcr house from the democrats.
EW MKK O' Fiuvr vol i:.
New Mexico votes for the flr?t. time
in its history as a state, for a full set
. of state officers, members of congress
and for a supreme court, eight district,
judges and eight district attorneys. lt
; also will vote on a proposed amend
ment to the constitution, making the;
oustit'ition more easily amendable;
th in is at present, provided for.
Arizona on Dec:. 12 will hold its first
state election for state officers, etc.,
the date haviug been fixed by procla-
' tnatiOQ. -- - "
! cittoHcii ELErrn r.nvEROR.
Georgia will hold a primary to nom-
i inate a candidate for governor to suc
ceed Oovernor Hoke Smith, who will
' soon re sign to become United States
! In several states the democratic
. progressive, prohibition, soc ialist aud
socialist labor parties also have nain-
ed candidates for various state offices.
Maryland al-o will ele t a govt rnor.
nhiir F. Corman, Jr., is the choice of
jtbe democrats for grvernor, while the
republicans have named "Phillips Lee.
' In Xehraska, j'idg"S of the supreme
court, a railway commissioner and re-
gents of the ntato university are to be
, iectd. as well as a successor to tbe
; late Representative Latta In the third
Five parties also in Rhode Island,
w he-re a full state ticket is to be ele-t-e-d,
have, nominated candidates. Oov
ernor Aram .1. Pothler, republican, is
a nominee for re-election, while Louis
A. Waterman heads the democratic
There is no general state election in
Kansas, but -successors to the late dep
resentatives Mitchel and Madison will
THREE NEW CARDINALS
ARE CALLED TO ROME
i Washington, Oct. "0. Manager,
Diome-de Falconie, papal ablegate,.'
who has been elevated to a cardinal-,
ate, along with Archbishops William,
H. O'Connell of Hos'on and John M.I
i Farley of New York, to'iay summon-i
ed a e-onsistory in Rome, Nov. li 7 .
Official notice' cf the appoint merit, of
tbe new cardinals reached falcon io!
today. All three; prelates probably'
will ail not later than Nov. 10.
TRIES TO KILL A FAMILY
Man Kills Wife' Parent, hlioot
Her ami Commits Suicide.
Parkersburg, W. 'n., Oct. ;" - The
Lome of W illiam A. Prlt hard and Lis
wife- at Penrioboro una con veTt'-d intej
a diamines w hen Cm roll A. Jamf j i,a'
tered down the door aud began firing
c :i rre-mbers of the hosseho!-!, hiding
Mr. and Mrs. Pri'xhar i. m riousiy
wouiidiirr their daugtiter, who wa.-.
lameh' wife and had r-cent i-fa:''d
suit for divorce- aj.air.sf hiin. ar-d then'
killing himself. Iarr.es' i-year-old
mg io Liu; with .,t arn,i.
about bii-- neck as he
fuf-ir. g to let pi) imt
ran oufjo'ir.-, r
i he true I tie t ,
vicious blow in the fine
aii I --.c,
shot himself Mrs .laru w u
s'j i ralcfi iji r.e h'p, n il probn
c o er.
Two Automobiles Damaged
Tun ;i ii' on: obi owned by '
May-s of Davenpo-f
i i'hrie , A!-do r r' e.
d in"o i
cjther ia&f r.igi.e before 11 u'dwii at
I the corner cf Twentieth stree t &r.d:
Third avenue and ar, a result the ma-'
chine of the Mercer eouttv man w a
uao'y damaged aod had to be to-ed
to a gaage for repa;ri. Outline sufc-'
aired a slight injury to hl hesd.
Attorney General Antici
pates Trust's Reorgan
MUST BE COMPETITION
Insists on Sale and Distribution
of Stock of United Cigar
New York, Oct. 30. The answer of
Attorney General WickerBham to the
plan of dissolution and reorganization
of the American Tobacco company and
codefctidanti, to th" government anti
trust suit was tiled here today in th
circuit court of the United State for
the southern district of New York.
The attorney general, after refer
ring to the directions of the supreme
court to return to competitive condi
tions, says. "ObOously the effect ot
any plan of disintegration submitted to
the consideration of the court fnust b
more or less a matter of conjecture,
and it is impossible for a court to de
termine in advance whether or not a
plan which proposes to restore com
petitive? conditions will actually accom
plish the purposes Intended.
Hie. II I OK Kl KTIIF.lt KKI.IKK.
"Any ib-creo asc-e-i laining aud deter
mining upon u plan should therefore-rese-rve
to the government the right,
at any time within five years from tbe
date? of entry, to apply to the court for
other or further relief upon showing
that, as a matter of fact, such plan has
not resulted in creating a new eoiuli
tion which shall ! honestly in har
mony with and not repugnant to the
law. To that end each and every one
of the new corporations proposed to
be organized should bt brought in as
a party to this euit in order to be sub
jected to the Jurisdiction of th court
and bound by ita decree. "
AKKS PALIS OK TOC K.
The attorney general asks that the
stock of the l'nitecl Cigar Storea com
pany be sold and distributed to par
ti's other than the 29 Individuals, de
fendants or others of the common
stock holders of the American Tobac
co company, to the; -nd that the cor
poration has been entirely separated
from any connection wit Ii the corpora
tions among which the preipertlen ,,f
tbe businesses now in the combination
are to be distributed.
M ni"oi: i:s m:nt cu t.
Trenton, N. J., Oct. ;!'. Subpo-naes
recently issued in tbe suit of tbe gov
ernment against tpe I'nited States
Steel cot pen at Ion were sent out by
mail today to United Slates marshals
of 10 districts in which the defendants
is . riKI'IX. I M'l lUlll'HI-rr TIO.
Washington, Oct. 30. A sweeping
Interpretation was given teday by fb
supremo court to federal safety ap
pliance ac's when it belli the law Is
violated by shipments from one point
in one state to another point In the
same state if carried in a car not. prop
erly e-ciiippe-d, Imt which Is used on a
railway of that highway lor Interstate
High School Building Burnt.
P.Ioomitii-'toii, III., Oct. - Tbe high
Kchoo! building at Mount Pulankf was
destroyed by fire caudug a low t
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