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YAfiD OFFICIALS TO
iAKE TO?B OF EUROPE
ftssrs. Post iwl firgusoj Leave
Ht I* i York n M
lag Abroad
mim in UK public
Object of Trip It Generally Supposed
to bei to Secure Contracts from
Foreign Governments and Shipown?
ers?Assistant General Manager
Hopkins In Charge.
General Manager Walter A. I'os:
and Superintendent of Hull Construc?
tion Homer U Ferguson, of Ule New?
port News Shipbuilding A Dry Dock
Company, lift last night fur New
York, where tomorrow they will sail
tor Liverpool, Kngland. on the Cunurj
liner Mauri tania. They exjK-ct to be
abroad about two months.
At the main office of the yard yes?
terday afternoon it was 'stated that]
the trip of the officials had no par?
ticular significance and that it was I
being made as much for pleasure as]
for any other reason. Their tour,
however, follows closely upon that |
of iMr. Fred J. Gauntlett, the local]
auditor of the yard; and it is gener?
ally supposed that th-y are golug 'u|
search of work 'from foreign gov?
ernments and ship owners. The out?
look for work in this country In tbe|
near future is not especially promis?
ing and that fact strengthens the be?
lief that the officials are going after j
foreign work.
The Itinerary of the trip has not
been made public, but it Is known
that the yard officials will visit all
of the principal countries at Europe
excepting Russia. No work can >,e
secured in Russia, as that country
recently enacted a law requiring all ]
warships for th? Russian navy to be
built in Russia.
As the result of the recent enlarg?
ed naval program that has been]
adopted by England, Germany.
France and other of the European]
nations have adepted a large war?
ship building program and 't is i*>s-j
stble that some of thus ships may
nave to be built in other countries.I
That the local yard can compete sue- j
cessfully with the yards of the con?
tinent of Europe |s au established
fact and the trip of Messrs. Post and
e-rguson may be a very profitable
c for this yard. '
During the absence of the two offi?
cials. Assistant General Manager
Hopkins will be in charge at the ship?
yard. The hull department will be
under Assistant Superintend, nts or
Hull Construction W. A. Ross and
Joseph Weaver.
REPUBLICAN CITY COMMITTEE.
Members Move from Their Wards snd
Various Changes Follow.
Several changes have boon made
in the Republican city executive com-!
mittee on account of members mov?
ing from their wards.
There is. however, only one change
in the personnel of the committee.
Assistant Postmaster Hlmmelwright.
baring moved from the second ward
to the first ward, resigned and was
elected to fill a vacancy created by,
the resignation of postmaster W. T.|
Hopkins, who i signed, upon moving
Into the fourth ward. Mr. Hopkins
Whs elected to succeed Mr. Sweeney.'
resigned, and Mr. T. A. Chaunry was)
chosen to succeed Mr. Hlmmelwrigitt
nan a member from the second ward.!
Commlttecman H. G. Urach? . wt ? j
?hosen secretary, that nftce haying
bron made vacant by Mr. Swency's
resignation.
'* CHILD IS RECOVERED.
a Attorney Gets Writ of Habeas Corpus
for the Meredith Boy.
Attorney J. A. Massie went to Nor-]
folk yesterday and secured from
Judge Moclansore a writ of habeas |
corpus aga'iist O nrae S K. no. (or!
the body of Joseph Charley Meredith
the little boy who was kidnapper,
from the bone of Mr. and Mrs C. A.
Meredith, of this city, last week
Ryno and his wife, who ire tu
charge of the dty mis<i<>u. took th.';
child for its mother. Th - Merediths
took the heby from a rharitahl?? in-1
St lest ion in N- rfolk nearly two years
saw. with the iauntion of raisir.g It.
Now the mother wants her child
twrk. I
Cease Saasen Saturday.
Bflly MaJou > ? Independents will
cioso th-ir season Saturday at the
Casino park, meeting for the fnurih
I?wie thin season the Newport Newt
At Met lea. of the P ntusala Lewapas.
Adter that ram. the Athl ties will
ashy the North End team That will
he the last canv of th- Peninanla
League series to be pl*v?-<j in this
, I
They Take the Ktears Out.
~T have awed Dr Krnc ? New IJI>
PTTla for many -??ar? with lucres*:ne
saanafactlon. They take the klak*
oat of Mow-si h liver and bowls,
without funs or frieHes." *a-* N H
BrOWn, of prttslleld. Vt Guaranteed
St sal druggist*. ?o
Mr. and Mrs. John <; UvsSCy hav
returned from a trip to W'uyii- sboro.
Vs,
?Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Llndgren and
Miss Mabel LiudKren. are visiting nt
Wuyiiesboro.
Mrs. Clarence Watkins Hendley, of
I Jacksonville, Kin., Is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. John (1. Uveser, 5200 Hunt?
ington avenue.
Mrs. Louis C. Phillip? has returned
I from a visit to Halifax, N. C.
Mrs. R. It. Carter has returned
from a visit to her parents in Nelson
I county.
Miss Hildah Greene, of Manches?
ter. Is the gin st of the Misses Green,
on Thirty-first street.
Mrs. J. W. Cooke has returned,
home after spending the simimer in
Halt (more. She was accompanied by
her alater. Mrs. Johnson, and hor
little daughter.
I Miss Harriet llarrett has returned
from a visit to Kmmettsbtirg. Md.
iMr. C. V. Sutlon has returned from
trip to Wayoosboro.
Miss Joule Colona left yesterday f?ri
Richmond to visit her slater. I
Miss Alice Murphy left yesterday!
for her home In Richmond after
spending two weeks with her aunt,
"Mrs. C. W. Loh man.
Enos-Drlver.
Miss Mlaale Kellogg Enos and Mr.
Samuel C. Driver were married yes?
terday morning at 6 o'clock at Hi? j
home of the bride's parents, 1150
Twenty-third street. Rev. p. R. Heii-j
derllte, pastor of the Second Presby- j
terlan church. i>erformed 'he cere-i
mony In the presence of a lew re-|
latives and friends of ihe young p'o-j
pie. The hride was attired in a dark!
blue traveling gown, with blue hai
and gloves. After the ceremony Mr. I
and 'Mrs. Driver left for Palm lli ach;
and other Southern points. Th y
will be at home to their friends In.
this city after October 7. Mr. Driver.1
Is an electrical engineer, and botuj
he and his bride have a wide circle!
of friends in the city.
Per rhe grist-three dsys of this w >ek j
Dreamland offers two vaudeville acts ?
?Allison and Richards, in a comedy |
sketch, and Mar-TJna. a novelty Jug-'
gier. Several, new pictures are shown.
At the Beil.
"Recalled" and "Cinderella" are thei
two feature Alms annminr >d for thl.-il
afternoon and evening at the Dell I
moving picture theater. Several other
new plctucs will be shown. 1
AT THE ACADEMY
"On the Bridge at Midnight will
be at the Academy of Music tonight.
The play Is said to be - of hu?
man intere-t Incidents, and there are
some thrilling scene.?. The famous
Chicago drawbridge scene Is the grest
feature of the production.
Henry B. Harris and j?anr.ce Camp,
bell will present Miss Henrietta Cros
man at the Academy of Music tonight,
playing Rosalind In Shakespeare's
comedy. "As You Like It." In render.
Ing this part Miss Crc-ur.sn has been
pronounced worthy to tread in th"
foouteps of the many charming warn?
en who have acted Ihe heroine of the
doublet and b? .sc In the past.
Miss Crosman fully understands the
"Xtent cf the pure comedy In the char,
sctcr of RosaitnU probably better than
any of h? r more recent predecessors.
She has !wn compared with the fam
on: Adelaide .V-ils >n. beyond donbt
the most ideal Rosalind that the Eng?
lish speaking stage nss knowledge of
This ir. Indeed, high praise for Miss
Crosman.
The rale of sests opened at the Nox
office yesterday morning at 9 o'clock.
snctML imwHToF
TUB CO?nCIL TONIGHT
Street Improvement Matters Acted
Upon by Alcff-rrren to be D'?
Of.
President D. 8 Jones yesterday !.
; :.-d a ca'. for a special meeting nt
the common council to he held to '
night at ? o'clock The object of the
meeting is to diapes? of ihe street
I improvement matters acted npou be
the hoard of aldermen Ian week
' It U ?a?d that a -tmng effort will'
he male to have the lower branch r
fare to erncur ha ih? action of the
boar.: in rejecting all of the enrMng
bids. Sonic of ihe member* desire to j
bav ? the body refnse to concur M
the eontrar- to the Sand* Rirtb-K y |
Compeny the lowest taanVdj snd
?et?d th" matter bach. ?o the shier-,
Com*? for tn, Braros.
I Captafn W P Kiar- cf X >w V?rv I
arrived la tkia cltv yes- rdav to las*
the aew MnJlory fine 'team hip Bra
to* from the Ire?; ?hm-, ard to New
York serf hVmdsr Cap'a.s Fvan* j
?sperinteaded the work in 'he ?: ? |
rns when sh? was l-nlldlng anJ 1. ? !?
nidely knows in Ibis cilv He is
suytng at Ihe Warwick Ho - . I
WAKELEY DIDN'T JUMP
b\mi Fireman Tells Story of
* Inet it Lanexa.
IE llir DON II? EI61IE
Escaping Steam Blinded and Scalded
Him, ana He Crawled Into tie
Oickahominy?Engineer OiJlkiey
Applied Air Brake*.
Fireman J. Q. W'ak -by who wna
painfully Injured at the time Engineer
.Chalkley wim killed in Ite Chesa?
peake A Ohio wreck near Laie xa. Sa
nrday, came to this city ycsteVday, on
his way to Iiis old home on Eastern
Shore. His injuries, severe scalds oa
the hack and several bruises, were
dressed -by Dr. T. J. PrtkJw. While
Mr. Wakeley is not seriously hurt,
h" will re> unable to work lor several
weeks and will leave today for the
Eastern Shore to spend bis enforced
vacation. i
When asked about the wreck, Mr
I Wakely said that, although cvary
Ibody believed inat lu> Juni|ied when
I the engine left the lra<k and went
over the embankment, as a matter <d
[fact he did not leave the cab at a.!
j until he criiwleil out, enveloped in
scalding, blinding si cam alter the en
I sine had landed bottom upward tit
the foot of the Incline. Excited, gut
fering and blinded, he crawled away
from th . wrecked engine and went dl-J
rectly Into tbe river. This gave rise
to the report that he bad leaped from
the engine ami landed in tne Chieka-'
hominy. I
Mr. Wakeh y can give no came for '
the accident. He says that the train .
was running along smoothly at about
4.1 mlb's an hour wh -n the engine left
the track. Engineer Chalkley applied
the air and reached for the r ticrse
lever, but missed it. He (the fire
maul Mixed the lever and threw it;
then th ? engine turned over and roll?
ed down the embankment. Mr Wake- (
ley did not see the engineer ??gain.
Th a funeral of Engineer Chatkley
took place yesterday afternoon a*. '
"5: MO o'clock from the home. 2306 East
Hroad street, Richmond. '
CONTINUED UNTIL MONDAY.
Moses Davis Wants His Mother to
be Present at Trial.
The case of Moses Davis, a negro, i
charged with the murder of Susie ]
HclmiH. alsii colored, was positioned ?
until today in the Corporation Court i
yest rday. in order to await the ar- ,
rival of the prisoner's mother, who |
lives in Smlihlteld. ,
Judge Harham has appointed Attor- ,
ney E. S. Robinson to defend DavU.
Two lawyers who were expect'd to |
represent th-- negro withdrew at the
last moment.
S't-ir
Host of otic ambition*
American girls work too hard si
sdiool. j
Many teachers have little or no
indgment abotat pushing a child 1
w rood her endurance, lltey-onght ?
to Know that girls especially ASSSJ A '
danger period. Often, too often, !
Otter physical oollnpsc id Urn resuiL,
and it takes years and years to
recover loot vitality.
Many a Tonn* girl ha*, been helped ,
over this critical prrio?L,ai?<i been pre i
pared for a beaithy womanhood by i
LYDIA C PfNKHAArS
Vbc9ct|ils comromo
Mkej BkftT. rfnok,of ChcWo, Vi,
writes to Mr*. I "ink ham: s
"I son only sixteen years old, hut I '
want ho tell row that Lydia R? ink- ?
bam*s Yegetaele touutowawi and roar '
advice cured sac of udeaclt*. period io '
pains and slceplraanem. ahv ft a ter- 1
voua. irritable condition after cvrry- t
thing else had failed, and i want to r
Uta? yoa for it." jl
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty ?rnas Lyvim K. Hu?, t
ban's V?-gwt.il4e t <>ror?>u il. mole
froni rrmts and brrt*. ban l**ra the j
MArxlard remedy fur female ilmJi
and has p. <*un i ly cured UV; i*ar>d*o4 i
wt men ?ho haw been trnstbled wuh jr
displaermenU. itirUmmsuk. i.ui-vr*.:
tior. fibroid tumors, inwdantira,!
Cr. xIk pain*. lav. Lache, that bear- '
g-down feeling, flat ulem v. indij-.>- ,'
tkui,du7inc*s,or nerrouspriNitratwwa.'
Why don't ynvj try It?
Mm, I'inkham Invite* nil shrk ',
*? to write her few adrtcc, -
MANY LOCAL BOYS ARE
GOING away 10 COLLEGE
Sixteen of the City's Youoj
Men.
Twenty-seven young men of thts
[elty will attend colleges ami univers;
[tie? this winter With one exception
sl| of them will go tu schools in Vir?
ginia.
[ Sixteen of the ninyl'^f will go to tne
[Virginia Polytechnic Institute at
I Blacksburg They are; John Ham?
ilton, Wlnstca Davis, i>o Kilian, P.
C. Hamilton, A. N. Kilian. ?5uy Via.
Harris Andrews Paul Malm, Kniest
Karthing, Jan;?.. Williamson. Jr.. Har?
old Richardson. John Hughei, Arnold
Huxton, Jacob Kerlin, Lewis Hunting
and Harry Howard, probably no city
of this size In Virginia wlil be so well
represented ni V. P I and it is likely
that th? local boys will form a New?
port News ?Club A ? of' the young
men will leave lor lllackaburg today.
Three young ill ? are aitending the
University of Virginia. Th-y area
Kcbert A. Daus. Algie Valden and
Martin l?den Two other young
men. Albert Hughes and H. P..
Hughes, are an "tiding William and
Mary College; Phillip Murray nnd
Alfnd Humphrey are attending
Washington and Lee University; o.
C. Smith, Jr., is attending Richmond
Medical Colleg'; Eddie Kllby'is en?
rolled uf the I'ni versify College or
Medicine, Ricbm ml: Lunten Hall is
going to Richui lid College, and Al?
bert Loomis will atleud Corn-11 tJns
versify. He is th<- only local boy.
enrolled in a college outside of Vir?
ginia.
TRYINGTo^RRANGET
for another game
Wa'h rgton snd Lee May Meet the
A. & M. College in This City
In November.
Washington and 1. University'a
football squad lias gotten down to I
hard practice a! Lexiimton and pros-!
'lit Indications are that the t am
will bp iu fine .diape wh n it meets :
ihe eleven of ihe University of North'
Carolina in this city c:i Saturday, |
?etobor 10. The Washington and'L"ei
t? -utu will open iis season on Satur-(
lay, October :{. playing th eleven of,
Itoanoke College North Carolina will
"pen Its season on the same da'e. I
An effon is now being made hy j
he Merchants- Assoclattco to have
[he game between- Washington and
Ue and the A. and M. College, ot'
Vorth Carolina, which la scheduled
to be played at Lexington, playe?; in
Newport New.* on November 14. This
ivill be one of the best games of the'
leason In Virginia and local football j
-nthuslaats are abxkats to have It]
day d here.
Washington and Lee's schedule for.
he season is as follows:
Oct. Sr-r-Hoasoke College, LexJng-;
on. I
Oct. 19?North Carolina. Newport
Vews. s , J
Oct 17?Richmond College. Rica
nond. - i
Oct. 21?William and Mar.-. Lex
nrrton.
Oct. 31?V. P. i., Lynchburg.
Nov 7?George Washington. -Wash-1
ngton.
Nov. 14?A. and M.. Lexington.
Nov. 21?Open, Lexington. |
Nov. 2C?G orgefown. Washington j
3esj VOTE PRODUCER j
GETS BRYAN'S GIFT MUlE
-Minnamascot'' Will Be a Good Ani?
mal aro* Broken to Work by
Election Day.
(By Associated Press L
NEW york, Sept. 21?W. J. Bry
in has offered the mascot mule, pre-'
'?nt-d him ly the Agricultural So?
lely of Minnesota, a? a prize to the
?our.ty showing the largest p?dleeniaec >
?f Inert ase in the vote *?? rv-niocratli
'lectori over the average tor tne last
bree campaign*.
The offrr js contained In a letter
rom Mr. Br/an and reads as fol
ows: .
?The Agricultural Society of Min
le.-ota presented me with a mule as
i masc t for this campaign, and after
i eon vernation with the newspaper
eprcentatlveg sojourning at IJncoln.
i-? was named Major Minnamascot?
Minn' *<>r Minnesota, 'A' Pw agrleiti
ural society. The title of 'major- was
tttm him in honor of a new.-paper
epr?-. ent~;iTP-who volunteered to b?
he first to ride htm. and who for a!
iri -f -pac of time was in close prox-j
mlty =o the nui! He has .since Ik-is!
'od- n. and I think wili be safe for
ling by election day. and is broken
o work. I
l??siMr.g to make this ffii> vain-,
il le to tbe party, I propose that be
*> nV led BS a prize to tat county .
suit f :h- largc.,1 pr'-en-agc (f
ncrease ;n the vote for eiertir? over ;
be svrage vote for electors In the
ast :hr- e campaigns on tbe con?i:
ion ths: the county snail turn the
iule over to the precinct showing
he largest sain the D*n?oevn?s of ,
eV ? ? Irct to vote tbe mule to,
be TVnwTBf In the prerinrt , who j
lay think has done mn?.t towards the '.
ser?-s*e
H rada plan i' ?attsfartnrv to yon L
ill as? ovaho the sanm*ncem?-nt. and I
et ib< muk* do his part ia getting
nt the I* mocralkt vote." v<
fought*rtfi'officers.
?strick B-dyers Lacked Up On Dwo> '<
hat Chores
r.- r ? v nthtasra. ? yonn^ msn wan i
he? a? '"o awetT-S',cood ?free*, was i
ift-^t-d >: Huntington avewne and '
P>.rtv ?rveatfe ? street by Paiietwan 1
?bu*2U snd ksrhej wp st the ?tntson I
Krase on chargea af disorderly < or. J
Soda Crackers with crack to them
Soda Crackers with snap to them
Soda Crackers with taste to them
Uneeda Biscuit
Oven-fresh?Oven-crisp?Oven-clean?
I? In dust tight.
moisture proof packagei.
Neiftr sold in bulk.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Do You Need
Money?
If M we have it i:i amount?
fmni 15.00 to $50 <>() for every
working man in the city.
Wo also cater to the la?
dies keeping boarding bouses,
cuok and laundress as well,
In fact every one can bor
row from us.
We send to Hampton three
days each wc->k to attend to
all applications there, can
and let us explain our new
and. novel plau of lending
money which allows you 10
return a little each week or
mouth as best suits yon.
Southern
Loan Co.
Offices 207 29th. St.
Rear of J ?welry Store.
Vmw
duct and resisting ab officer. He will
he given a hearing in lb.' police cftiir
this morning.
BrilgTs. it is all- ged, war, acting
In a disorderly manner on the stree
and Officer John-on arrested, him
Th" youne rear diil ::ot take kimily
to the arrest and is said fa have glv
en the officer a very lively tattle !??
fore he cr.iltl Ik* sulnlued and the
"nippers" spplb'd to his wrisis.
FOREST FIRES RAMPANT
IN NORTHWESTERN STATES
Northern Wisconsin and Upper Michi?
gan Being Swept by Fla-nea
?Inhabitants Fleeing.
fBv Associated Press.)
MILWAUKEE, WIS. Sept. 21.?
Forest fires are racing in Noiinern
Wisconsin and upper Michigan, which
[hreaten to wipe ont several towns Ii
rain dot's not rotr.e to quench the
dames.
In se veral places r s dents are re
portej a.- having had to flee for th'di
lives, and at others trairs are loaded
trl'h go^ds and people, ready to He
ro larger centers If th,. .1am react.
Ihe critical stage.
Cost to Washington.
itr. George K. W' I Hams has g??n ?
lo Wa?hincton :o at end th-- Inlet
national Tubereuhtsis Congress, as a
1< legate 'rota Virginia.
Watt, Doxey & Watt
Children's and
Misses'
School Dresses
This is a cut of one of t'.ie many
styles of school dresses made from
:h< Ladies* Home .lo-rnal Patterns.
We put these styUrh little dresses on
sale today at from $2.50 to $ii.o?i each,
or yoii can buy the patterns at 15c
and the matt-rial at ll*4c or 15c. a
yar.l and make jt yourself* This is
pattern No. loot;.
Watt, Doxey & Watt
2909-2911 Washington Avp
Newport News. V*.
I SEPTEMBER DAYS
Remind us of the coming or Fall and Winter.
you may soon
nt-ed some of those asor's poods we he- to inform you that we
have received and ar. showing ^irone, lines of
Carpets. Druggets, Rugs, Blankets,
Comforts; Heaters, Etc.
Come in and *lef us show yon She new styles. Another Interest?
ing feature tb b ? constden d is oar LOW* PRICKS. If you should
not wish to buy now you Will ho posted when you do gel ready, to buy.
BUXTON ? PARKER
FURNISHERS FOR EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSt.
28th Street, Opposite Washington Square.
EDUCATIONAL
PIANO
SCHOOL
Washington Ave. and 29th Sir eel
A. K. Blakemore, Director.
Class and Private Instruction
Pupils Practice at School.
Opens September 1st
Richmond College
Ssosicn Begins Sept 24.
Sew ng Machines for Rent.
i?y we?k or month, at b>w rate?. The ,
"Unser s\ - Machines, also the;
SVh"eler A Wll-wm an- arknowi-dgcO
:he lightest running and* nt'.*i c<>nve-,
?i'?t of any. Try one and l-e con
stare.I. Only at the Bingr Sicre
l.nok for th? letter S Singer Sewing \ Tt*? rm-rtng rwe n thor-.mm.1
dachtnc Co.. 2*H" Wa?hiug*n? svenae^ I nwni.'-i."? erattwi
? , ? AUVANtAOI-V Orr-'lnSllr W all*** |t.? :
] asst. <? urt*. fr-nm xmw v> i-.iwh ?t *??! :tn I
A Pav-r.n investment. Igt tins* ssiiis*. _.
vi i ? . ... hl,?. pg?e ?**r ?s t ? is- i ?w iinuairv .rf
Mr. John Write. r>f ??* Higbi^n . ,^^,r.^mr om.-i ?r art???-. t*~- s?e?? i ?? I
Have I tStfeSBrV >? ttte Kt> *i*x\rT* nC?r> ti???
nitifc fr riUI'Tir
The Law School HaDiptOI ColtegB
at or
est. ie70.
congh
five. Honlton. sfs'n
teen troubled with
rtnter sad t-nrtn* Ijtst winter
Xi'd many advertised retmMies. bT?
be cvmrh eontlnoet n.tii | l'-ucht r
e> bottle of !>r Kin; ? New It-isoov
wy; before that was half gruv. Ik*
<ongb was all gnoc This wiater
he s'mc happy remit has followed;
I f'V dnee? nur? m re Namsbed tue
innnal coach I am now convinced
hat l> Ring's New Is-evtrcry is tb->
lesrt of sll couth and ions remedte?
loU ander tparaatee at a I droggtaia.
imc and |lo?. Tr'al bottle free.
,- lea ??ee?n'?Tii4te? t
??*"' ?nlkWvtk*. SOt
f. S. IKI?1??l<*MT.r>er>?l.
aaasssMHi
Classical School far OMla US
La Baa.
The twelfth session, will begta G*>
toner 1st. iMhV Man FTtcbev. win bs>
at borne any mom tag to those dostr
lag n s> raoaoJ Interview. Fav cauar
Ac. ssMrean m
Mise FHebett
No Oworuens.
goecreens of Curbina, j ??, yr-ra! council comuiitt'es fatted
Messrs AI op A PV-rC? a "oral firm I to h..ld -che-* led meetings last
f r.-Hit?rglnoera, yesterday I siibt iFccsnwe of 'h" laeg of rrnnmms
Ml.I saeeim>ns of granite and grano j .-S3 s ?
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