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Public Dental Education
Decayed Teeth.
See the wreck and ruin, how rap
Idly It progress#*; cavities multiply,
crown er'Arabllng, teeth sensitive,
nerves exposed, gums sore. Jaws
swollen, abscesses discharging, can
not eat," <3ft't sleep, work or sit still;
pn+resct»wfr ■ matter taken into the
stcuuach with every drink of water
and swallow of food and a breath so
dlsgustly foul and infectious with
difcease-tirèeding germs that a few
ench casee in a room would render it
as~4eadljf -as the Black Hole of Cal
Schcuer Building
Diamond From a Rooater'a Gizzard.
Caldwell, N. J., Dec. 21.—John Carl,
α {armor, near Montrllle, killed a nine
poural rooster for the family dinner.
Iu the gizzard of the bird he found a
diamond, which a Jewel.!.' told him
was worth <75.
Gives $500,000 to Fight Tuberculosis.
Philadelphia, Dec. 21.—Henry Phlpps,
the Pittsburg millionaire, lias given
$000,000 to the University of Pennsyl
vania to aid In the light agnlnst tuber
Lost faith in Doctors until lie had
his prescription filled at Lauer Drug
Co., from pure drugs and by expe
rienced compounders. Smith and
State Sit.
An anchor to windward—ah ad In
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned Intends making applica
tion to the Board of Excise Commis
sioners of thè City of Perth Amboy,
at their* next meeting, for a license
to keep a saloon with the privilege
Of. selling inalt>rnd spirituous liquors
in the City of 'Perth Amboy, and In
the house owned by A. R. A. Over
RttniUj ni ·«« 11*11 STCmhw.
7754-12-21-28-0. e w.
Notice U hereby riven that the uodo'alened
Intenta iiiaVlog apbltoaiIon to the Board of
Kxciso Commissioners of the City of Perth Am
boy. at tbair next media*, -lor t tranafer to
himself of the ltcenae heretofore granted to
Jo^in I'alko to beep a saloon with the privilege
of selling matt ana spirituous Itquors In the City
of I'erlh Amboy and In the hottae υ «Mi by
John I'alko st 884 Payette if.
rated Deo. 14,1«0β BKRNT HOCK I.
7817 la it (t oew
Quality the best.
Prices the lowest.
Watches, Jewelry, Diamond». Rep&irlug.
t)pp. Bameth's. Pank. Perth Amboy, N. J.
Thursday, 23d
Jacob Goldberger
432 State Street, Perth Amboy, N. i.
Corner Washington.
Thursday, Dec. 23d
at 2 P. M. Prompt
R. BARNETT will sell by
at 383 State Street
Tb· -household furniture and effects,
comprising Walnut Sideboard, with
m«rr>l·'top oak Chiffonier, oak China
Clyutt ohU Bedsteads, solid brass Beds,
enameled and bras· Bad·, Parlor Suit,
oak Tables, Chairs, Parlor Stoves,
Couches, Carpets, RugJ, Linoleum, wire
■prisg Ma' '<ies, Gents' and Boys'
Sweaters, Shirts, Pants, Vests,
Collars, CI Silvefware, Watches,'
P.ctures, Koliwcis, Lamps, etc.
The Several Departments of
the Presbyterian Church
Announce Festivals.
The Sunday school Christmas ex
ercises οί the Presbyterian church
will begin with the Christmas tree,
recitations and Bongs of the Begin
ners' Department at 3:30 o'clock in
the chapel tomorrow afternoon.
The main school will» hare Its
Christmas program Thursday night
in the church at 7:30 o'clock.
"Carols for Christmas," selected by
S. Archer Gibson, will be need for
the singing. Mrs. Stevenson, who
has charge of the special exercises,
has prepared several songs and reci
tations to be given by the primary
and junior chlldren.
The pastor will add some more
Christmas Joy with an address to the
children. The following carols and
recitations have been prepared:
Carol, "Hall Blessed King," by the
Junior department.
Recitation, "King Jesus," by seven
boys of the primary department:
Olaf Olsen, Poster Henry, Donald
Conard, Samuel Crowther, Otto Will,
Hans McGee and Curtis Martin.
Rccttatlon In chorus. Willie Lld
dle will give the recitation. The pri
mary and junior departments will
sing the chorus.
Recitation and chorus. The pri
mary department will. sing the
chorus and nine girls will give the
recitations: Mildred Foster, Kath
rine Hamilton, Cora Jensen, Mary
Fraser, Evelyn Fiigen, Ruth Parr,
Agnes Grieve, Barbara McCleod and
Mary Meshrow.
Carol, "The Celestial Song," pri
mary and junior departments.
Lullaby song, primary department.
Miss Amanda Wait, about seventy
tfve years of age, a former resident
of this city, died last night at the
home of her nephew, Charles Martin,
258 Vail i)li£cn Street, πΐημΐν'ΰΰ, Ste
ten Island. Mise Walt resided with
her brother, James Walt, who kept a
bakery In Smith street, for many
The funeral will be held from her
late residence tomorrow night. The
body will be brought to this city
Thursday morning and another ser
vice will be held at Ferd Garretson's
undertaking «parlor at 2:30 o'clock.
Rev. James H. Northrup, J?astor of
the First Presbyterian chtfrch, will
officiate and Interment vrtll follow In
Alpine cemetery.
Peter C. Petersen, forty-flve years
old, of 383 Park avenue, died this
morning after an Illness of about
three year's duration. Mr. Peter
S* .bad resided in this city for tVen
-***. years and had been In the
employ of the Lehigh Valley rail
road on the coal warves for many
He Is survived by a widow and
four children. The funeral will be
held from his late residence Satur
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock and
from the Danish M. E. church at 2
o'clock. Rev. C. W. Hanson will
officiate and Interment will follow
In Alpine cemetery.
John Eagen, forty-three years old,
night bridgeman at the Staten Island
Rapid Transit ferry at the foot of
Smith street, died last night after
an illness of several months. Be
sides his widow he Is survived by
six children. Thomas Eagen, the
eldest son. Is night ticket agent at
the ferry.
Mr. Eagen was a member of St.
Patrick's Alliance of America. The
funeral will be held from his late
residence, 601 State street, Thursday
morning, followed by a mass In St.
Mary's R. C. church at 10 o'clock.
Interment will follow In St. Mary's
Congi-ees (jnlts For Holiday.
<3peoial t>u United Press Wire.
Washington, Dec. 21.—Congress
adjourned this afternoon until Tues
day January 4.
Dally gains reported in health and
weight while using Dikes Cod Liver
Extract Compound. Lauer Drug Co.,
Smith and State Sts.
Several Pleas Are Also Tak
en and Dates Fixed
, for Trial.
ι tpeciat bu United Pre·· TTH»
New Brunswick, Dec. 21:—Juliui
Furesczy, a portrait painter, who se
cured $75 from Sophia Toth on th<
promise of marrying her, was sen
tenced to one year In state prison bj
Judge Lyon today. He has alreadj
served three months In jail.
Joseph Hearns, a negro, accused o:
conducting a rough house at Hinei
Tavern, near Monmouth Junction
was sentenced to the Rahway reform
The court Interpreter, Stephei
Soraogyt, was not present this morn·
ing and M. Frankei, of New Bruns·
wick, acted in his place. A numbei
of pleap were taken.
Andrew Nemlsh pleaded not guiltj
to carrying concealed weapons in
Woodbridge. His trial was set dowc
for Tuesday.
Joseph Ores, of Perth Amboy
pleaded not guilty to atrocious as
sault and battery upon Alex Tlmlck
His trial was fixed for December 28
John Furich pleaded not guilty tc
assault upon Agnes Moyak, of Perth
Amboy. He had" his little daughtei
in court with him when he was ar
raigned and she stood beside him,
His trial was set down for Decembei
Julius McClaak pleaded not gi^ltji
to atrocious assault and battery up
on Richard McDonald, of Roosevelt,
Trial was set down for next Tuesday.
Simon Coles, of Perth Amboy, le
being tried today, being accused ol
stealing brass Journals from the Le
high Valley railroad. Special Of
ficer McDermott, of the Leliigh Val
ley, was the first witness called. The
case Is still on this afternoon.
iyfnot lu fh« Syï3WîTG VWWB
New Brunswick, Dec. 21.—Before
Judge Lloyd in the district court
this morning the retrial of the case
of John Ramsay against the Raritan
Copper Works is being heard. Ram
say had previously secured a ver
dict for the loss of an eye at the cop
per works, but the verdict was set
Ramsay claims that he wae sent
to do the work of a man who was
sick and had not been properly
warned of the danger of his new du
ties. He was engaged in keeping
molten metal moving through a
trough. A long iron ladle was used
for doing this. He took up a bar
which was wet and put it in the
fiery fluid whereupon there was an
explosion and the molten metal
splashed into his eye destroying the
Ramsay Is represented by Sena
tor George S. Silzer and the copper
works by George S. Hobart, of Jer
sey City.
• Despite denials that asy hose
burit at the tire in lower Rector
street Sunday night, Richard Se
gulne, a member of Washington Hose
and Chemical Company, stated this
morning that some hose did burst
and showed a NEWS reporter one of
the broken lengths. The length had
a hole in it near one of the ends and
on the coupling was th figures, "5
1908." According to Mr. Seguine, the
number meant that it was purchased
in May, 1908.
Chief Larson and some members
of Lincoln Engine Company claim
that the hose was merely leaking at
couplings, but Patrolman Calvin
Bays be saw one of the lengths burst
and he told a Reporter so.
A Poor Combination.
Good Intentions linked on to bad
Judgment are responsible for eomo of
the worst ills in human life.
Social Notes
«The Lavender Social Club enjoyed
a strawride to Rahway Saturday
night. A stop was made at the Ave
nel hotel tor refreshment^
Among those, who participated
were: The Misses Frances Bockow
ski, Catherine Corrigan, Martha
O'Brien, Belle Flynn, Mary McArdte,
Jennette^and Helen Schemenskl,, So
phia Romonciaek, Julie Phlechinski,
Anna Seaman, Hattie Smith, Anna
Miller, Agnes Coughlin, Anna Bar
ron, Catherine CcCarty, Jennie Coop
er and Jennie Borkowskl; Joseph
Leahy, Alfred Petersen, Stephen
Veeb, John Coughlin, Augustus
Coutte, T. Crouse, Benjamin Cod
dington, William O'Hara, George
Haneen,· Martin Aqdersen^' M.
O'Meara, W'Uliam Egan, Steve Bor
kowskl, James Egan, Joseph Shanky
and Andrew Andersen.
• a ·
A meeting of the committee in
Charge of the High School Alumni
dance was held last night at the
home of Miss Gertrude Pfelifer.
Tickets are on sale at the following
stores: Gannon & Sheehy, Lauer
Drug Company, F. A. Seaman's
Smith street store and Klein, the
• · «
The Braga Ladies' Sick Benefit So
ciety will give a masquerade ball to
the children in Washington hall Fri
day night, March 4.
The prizes will be: $1.50 each to
the boy and girl wearing the hand
somest costumes; $1.60 to the boy
or girl wearing the most comical cos
tumes; also $2 each to the two best
• · »
A reception was tendered to the
'Jack Rose" quartet and orchestra
at the home of H. C. Lalng, 109
Stata^ street, last night. Present
were: Harry W. Durrea, Lawrence
Kolb, Jack Rellly, Ludwlg Petersen,
Edward Mills, M. Lunch A. Nelson
and Harry Kerr.
* · ·
Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Jost, of
^orth Amboy, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Adelaide, to
E. Krebs, of Brooklyn. The couple
will be married in Brooklyn Decern
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wr <i->.
Φ * *
The Sewing Circle of the Dantsh
M. E. church will meet with Miss
Jennie Larsen at Keasbey tonlg'it.
• » »
Hans Haneen celebrated his birth
day at his home Saturday night.
* * *
Ε. T. Hendrlckaon returned home
yesterday from Middletown, where
he had been for a few days. While
there he attended the celebration of
the birthday of an old friend.
Edward Farrell, captain of the
coal barge Mamie, belonging to Mc
Ball &■ McBride, of New York city,
fell while removing a hatch cover
ing this afternoon. He landed
twenty feet down the hold of the
vessel and was knocked senseless.
His right leg was broken above the
knee und he was otherwise badly
After being attended by Dr. Will
iam Davis, Captain Farrell was re
moved to the city hospital.
Mason· & Smith have prepared a
map of the proposed water service
in tho Keasbey sectioi; or Waod
brldge Township. The map shows
an extension of the six-inch main Jn
Smith street through to Keasbey. It
will be presented to the Woodbrldge
Township committee tonight,
At On· Time H· Was More Useful
Than Ornamental.
Do you know bow "the beet ma·,"
who plays so Important a part In mar
riages that have any pretense to be
fashionable, once open a time in Swe
den occupied a position tfcat was use
ful as well as ornamental?
In olden days the Swedish bride
groom found It desirable. In ïfcct, to
have several "best men" to defend
him from the assaults of rivala and
prevent them from carrying away his
bride. The Scandinavian warrior of
ancient times vu f*r too lofty in his
ideas to condescend to plead for a
maiden's hand. So he patiently wait
ed until some other man who was
more gallant had obtained the fair
one's consent.
Then when all the details had been
nieely arranged the proud warrior,
with a body of well trained retainers,
dashed down on the wedding party
and, it strong enough, carried away
the bride.
The "best men" (and It was. very es
sential that they should be the best
men In those days) therefore became
necessary fixtures to marriage cere
monies, and tfeey were: so well esteem
ed and their popularity became so per
manent that when the reason for tSelr
existence was In course of time re
moved they were still retained.—Pear
son's Weekly. »
H» Did Net. Hesitate.
"You must rest," said the specialist
after a knowing thumping of tbe pep
alar preacher's person. "ïou will be
In the next world In three months us
lees you go abroad and take s com
plete reet." m
"Ob, then I'll go abroad «t once," re
piled the preacher quite Innocently.—
Tooth's Companion.
—A regular meeting of Garfield
Ηόββ Company was held last night.
■—Hornet, Encampment, Indepen
dent Ordej· of Odd Fellows, iftet In
the Odd Fellows' building last night.
At' the meeting two weeks a®o the
nrtmnati^in and election of officers
™>t place· 'λγ j
But the Oil Exploded and a
Stove Lid Hit Mr. Chris
tensen in the Face.
M. ChYistensen, of 296 Smith
street, wae badly Injured and his
home set ablaze by a flaming stove
yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Christenaen poured kerosene
on a slow fire In a range.
Instantly the remaining lid over
the Are box was raised forcibly to
ward the celling and It struck him
full In the face. He was stunned for
a time and the flames soaring high
Ignited some goods about the stove.
Neighbors rushed to see what the
explosion was and Mr. Christenaen
was discovered badly injured.
For a time It looked aa though
the house was threatened. Little
damage was done, owing to the
quick action of the friends who ex
tinguished' the flames.
Ipfrtai by Unit'd Pre»* Wir*
Newark, Dec. 21.—-Prosecutor
Mott went before the Essex county
grand Jury this afternoon and pre
sented evidence which he claims will
warrant the indictment of Miss Vir
ginia Wardlaw, Mrs. Mary Snead
and Mrs. Caroline Martin for the
murder of Mrs. Ocey W. M. Snead.
The prosecutor took with him sev
eral articles found In two old suit
cases that he had seized as evidence
in tbe former home of Mrs. Mary
Snead, in New York. Discussing
the case, the prosecutor said:
"Documents and similar evidence,
complete and direct, were found in
a grip in the New York home of
Mrs. Mary Snead reveal the entire
secret of a conspiracy to take Ocey
Snead's life. This evidence abso
lutely clinches the ease against the
three accused women and make it
possible for me to establish the mur
der of, Mrs. Ocey Snead without
proving that the suicide note was
not In her hand-writing."
An indictment Is expected not
later than tomorrow night. As soon
as. this is done, Governor Port will
be asked to Issue extradition .papers.
Negotiations are under way for the
iale of the Wonderland Amusement
Company property at the foot of Sec
>nd street.
A special meeting of the Wonder
and Amusement Company was held
ast night in Joseph E. Strieker's of
ice. A member said a number of
jffers were at hand. Alt were con
lidered last night, but no definite ac
tion was taken on any of them.
The property in question is 475 by
?50 feet in size. It extends from the
Central railroad tracks eastward to
Second street and is bounded on the
south by the Haitian river and on
the north by Levis street.
One conceln that contemplates its
purchase is to be made up of New
fork capitalists, a local lawyer and
ι 1ος»1 boat builder. Their object
s to erect a large boat establishment
md machine ship. They propose to
manufacture engines of various types
is well as other machinery for boats
ind automobiles.
Eskimo Method· In Dealing With flie
Wary Creature·.
Writing of far northern hunting
methods, Harry Whitney thua- de
scribes In Outing how Eskimos kill tbe
wary seal:
"Many seals were seen on the fresh
made ice, and Elaeeyou, my head man,
expressed a desire that I take charge
of his dog team while be stalked some
of them. Seals are extremely shy, and
treat caution must be practiced In ap
proaching them. The Eskimos use a
blind la the form of a miniature
sledge, about eighteen inches in length
by six In width, with bearskins tacked
an the runners. Fore and aft are two
upright crotched sticks, upon which
the rifle rests and to which it Is lash
ed. On yie front of the sledge a cross
bar sustains two long perpendicular
itlcke, over which a piece of white
-loth la stretched, or when that is not
ittainable hareakin ia substituted
Through a hole In thia cloth screen
the muzzle of the rifle protrudes.
"Holding his blind before him, he
was enabled to walk within 800 or 400
rards of a seal without startling it.
Then he dropped on his hands and
tnees and pushed the little sledge be
fore him. Thus hidden behind the
:lotU screen, which so blended with
ie ice aa te arouse lu the seat no sus
picion of danger, he approached wlth
ti fifty yards before shooting. Seals
ilways He close to their holes, and it
a necessary to hit them in the head
>r under the shoulder and have the
juHet penetrate the heart and kill
;hem Instantly; otherwise they will
lop into tbe bole and sink before it Is
possible to rench them."
The Silkworm.
The silkworm is three indies long
ind 1» well provided wttU le«s, having
io loss than aixtoeti of them..
Steve Veurklkln, of 643 Cortlandt
treet, was arraigned this morning
in a charge of assault and battery
•referred by Mrs. Louie Rubin. He
van lined flO on α charge of dlsor
lerly conduct.
Walter Snyder, of Greenpoint, L«.
.. who was found lying on the side
walk, was discharged.
Mr. and Mrs. James Previous and
ilary Chrislock, who were arrested
me night last week, were given a
tearing last night. As Mrs. Chrla
ock edmlttod hitting Mrs. Previous,
he l ocini^i' fined her $5.
Men's Club to Have Chargi
at Simpson Church on
New Year's Eve.
At β business session of the Men'i
Club of Blmpson M. E. church, hel<
In the lecture room hist night, an in
vitation was accepted to take chargi
of the "Watch Night" service In th<
church on Friday, December 31. Th<
members of the club will serve re
freshmente from 8:30 to 9:30 o'clocl
at a social hour that will be held li
connection with the service.
The committed in charge of the en
tertainments to be given shortly re
ported that 425 of the 600 ttcketi
bad been sold up to last night anc
that the other seventy-five would b<
gone by Saturday.
The debate that is to take place be
tween this club and the Men's So
clety of the First Presbyterian cuhrcl
was discussed and a committee wat
named, composed of Η. E. Pickers
gill, Daniel Veber and Prof. Davis
to confer with the committee of Pres
Sptrial fry United Pre»» Wire.
Yonkers, Ν. Y., Dec. 21.—Theo
dore Fredericks, his wife and three
children were burned to death to
day in their home here. A doezs
other occupants of the house were
rescued by policemen and firemen
Who carried them down ladders
after they had Been rendered un
conscious by the smoke.
Special by United Prêt» Win:
Trenton, Dec. 21.—Funeral ser
vices over the body of Mrs. Kather
ine Scarborough, wife of Bishop
John Scarborough, of the Episcopal
Dioeese of New Jersey, were con
ducted today in Christ Episcopal
church. Rev. Robert Trenbacli, rec
tor of the church was In charge of
the services. He was assisted by
Bishop Edwin Lines, of Newark, and
Bishop Kinsman, of Delaware, Dean
Alfred Baker, of Princeton, and
Dean Perkins, of Vlneland. The
interment was private at Riverview
Streets in the Kennedale Park
section of the city are being put In
shape. Ashes are being distributed
on the northerly end of Elizabeth
avenue. The committee recently ap
pointed by the Citizens' Alliance
Club has not yet seen the mayor re
garding street improvements, al
though It Is expected they will do
so early next week.
Reception to Dancing diss.
The management of tne Auditor
ium Is preparing for a reception to
the weekly dancing class January 6.
Yute - tide
mmmmmmmmmmmm—mm·——— (
Is near. We are, rejady to
supply your wants. jj
Suite, from Jto to Ji8
Overcoats, from.... ^10 to fiS
Trousers, from .. . 11.50 to $5
Hats, from..' $1.50 to {3
Umbrellas, from 50c to $5
Shirts, Neckwear, Dress
Shields, Suspenders, Fancy
Vests, Hosiery, Silk Handker
chiefs, Gloves, Etc.
J. Tofte Hansen
73 Smith Street
Opposite Sexton's.
New Polio· Chief For Canal Zone.
Washington, Dec. 21.—Colonel J. P.
Pyffe of Kentucky has been appointed
by Secretary of War Dlckliion to com
mand the police department of tb«
Panama canal zone.
Yal· Professor Die· In 8anitarium.
Litchfield, Conn., Dec. 21.—Professor
Emeritus George Park Fisher of Yale
university died suddenly In a sanita
rium here.
Four Useful Senses.
The uaturallst of Wobrook-in-the
Hills had pointed out a rabbit squat
ting close under a bush, and the la
dles had declared In chorus that they
could not see the little animal.
'How do you manage to see every
thing?" asked one of the party, with
Battering inflection.
'Well," began the naturalist confi
dently, " 'taln't altogether feeing,
j Sometimes I see, hut when I can't see
; with my eyes 1 smell things with my
! nose, and when 1 can't smell t hings
{with my nose 1 hear 'em with my
ears, and when I can't hear with my
ears I prickle all over."—Youth's Com
Babies are drugged daily by use of
ordinary remedies. Give them Dike*
Baby Cough Cure. No opiates or
poisons. Lauer Drug Co., 25c. Smitii
and State Sts.
7810-12-21-lt-" ·
LYRIC Theatra
Evenings from 7 to 10.30
Moving Pictures
So Admission έκ·.
Bijou Theatre
Matinee 3.15
Evenings 730 and 9.00
Bijou Circuit Co., Managers
Perth Amboy.
J. E. ERNST, Res. Manager
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Howard & Linder
In ' 'As My Father Used To Say. ' '
Geo. Brown
And His Acrobatic Dogs, ,.
The Bicknolls
"Whirlwind Dancers."
Rico & Bell
'The Society Girl and the Tout.*
'How's That."
Dijougraph—-New and Interesting Pictures--Bijougraph
I, Two Matinees on Christmas Day--2 and 3.45 p. nr». ^
Matinee-Children 5c, Ladies' Reserved Seats 10c, Gentlemen 10c.
Nights-Admission 10c, Reserved Seats 10c Extra
MATS.-2 TILL 5.30 P. M. EVENINGS—7 to 10.45 P. M.
Three Complete Performances Daily
Late Star with Geo. M. Cohan's American Idea Co.
Geo. Beban's
Associate Players, presenting
"The Sign of The Rose'*
Cast of 8 People and Special Scenery.
Τhoma and Indian Chief
A Charming Cowgirl and Her Horse
Sola and Rogers
Rural sketch—"Skinner Reo Barn'
Marie Begere
* The De Wolf Trk>
Three Clever Sinking and Dancing Children
Broadway1· Favorite
Mile. Rialta & Co.
Presenting à Picturesque Novelty Sketch—
Smith, Evens and Williams
, Presenting a Screaming Farce Entitled "All Fair in Love"
Walter Reynolds
Monologist '
De Franc's Dogs
— A Novel Dog Circus
Madisôn Square Quartette
5c—Ladies' Mating-**»--*:^
Nights second Balcony ίθβ t>rsne*ii<. ...
Men's Suits
& Overcoats
Double and single breasted suits, guaranteed
of the best make and quality. The overcoats are
nt a high grade all wool, latest effects in plain and
fancy. S , \ -■ ^
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