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f FIRSTIFART^
WHOEEKN^^
Witness Introduced by Judge
Oampbeil Works Hjm;anj:lnjury
MOVING TRIPS JUD(SE>/Wpop-
rj^^-jLuna ; Juriit;'": Loses*. Hli" "Temper
•- - md' Contradicts lilmsell, ;'
jj^rAIXE O>' THE '.WITNESS STA.XD
p e ;cndn«t?« Bosom Friend - Tcstl
fic » In Hi* Belialf— First /pay?."*'
Froccediujrs of the Defense ;Dis-
B ,troa» for the. Accused- Many
,. orC TVltnenscs. Sommbned-In
vc^tigatlon Mny De Very: Expen
elvc to tbc State, $50,000: Is tbe
piaujc Sngsc*tod-Adjonrnment
to Thnrsdny— Examination-- of De
f en.Ki ntJs Witnesses \^'lU Con
tjnoc.
fr.lifte. great causes /generally,, the in
terest !n the Campbell". Inquisition;/ does
rot drag. There- have been "brief .-.pe-.
rio ds when; the starvation-mongers had
-"ught to roll under- their tongues, but.
the student of acrimonious debate and.
rrachic legal detail wilY have muchir.ter
t*x\r>z matter 'to record -when the curtain
te ran down on the .inquiry, .wnlch, win.
bevor.d pcradventure. assume, a. place of
mat importance,' in the annais- of ; lcgis
it-Jve jurisprudence.; ■.. ■ • -r- • '
There 'has not been a day thus far that
80-e sensation' or incident of .vivid -inter-'.
tst has not been recorded, and the'com
mittee" must regard the- maintained - in
terest as at once . startling >nd-remarka
ble. Yesterday was no exception /to' tne
ordinal rule. < _'. ...-■
It VE.S a day. of sustained fervor; on the;
part of the counsel 'cm ' bothvsidec:3" and:
while 1 it was unfortunately red-lettered
for Judpe Campbell, yet: the/unfortunate
heppcniriss seem-to have-little. or; no, ef
fect 03 Major Conrad. who/took his medi
cine iike a defeated /warrior. He abso- :
iut'eiy declined to show the tip of "a\ white,
Vf-tlitr— assuming that he has one around— ■
md if he felt the" disastrous effect of Judge
*,Vood's testimony he did; not- show^ it;? ln ;
the- "Tr.p.llest possible degree.^.. ■ . • -
Not so with Judge Campbell. - The ca
l^rr.itoustray in^vhich"; the- Fluvanna jur
ist blurted out State : ; secrets, and the;
always-to-be' lamented fashion . in .which
he piillcri Judge Campbell- in. the 1 -mire
a::d declined tO'.'.help' him:, out' when , ne
saw It was "quick-sand,' was lamentable In
the extreme.""' •„;/;; - •;../ -.. ■ ;';■;.• _■/ -':
Judge Campbell I* 2Vot anXlctor.
]t is comparatively easy, to get un der,
fcis ekin. Again he has an unfortunate^
winner of showing.- on his face ■' what is'
d his heart. "*" " .-Jr >*..--' -
Once or twice yestcrday-he.joinedl In, the
jitrriment to some infinitesimal r extejnt.}
jut it was painful :. to note his paineii;
imHes.'-"-'. He -sits sometimes , during «■'-• o
proceedings and" watches -the different
members of the committee for a bad quar
ter of an hour at- a .time. He studies
their faces InLently— penetrating, as . if ihe 4
were trying bis utmost to read his dcs-
T^vo Reports Alinent Ccriatn.
It is more- than 1 likely, that tv/o reports— ;
r majnrit>- and. a minority— will- be
brought in. The wiseacres'- say that _ tue
majority report ' will ..never recbmniend;
Impeachment If for' no other reason than
that it would be too great a reflection
an the party. ' --- '■'
Then again Judge Campbell goes out
of office in a ■■' year's time. ; the '.Consti^
tutional Convention having wiped out all
counti jurtE-fts. , . : . . ■ . . .
Thp gossip about the. case -sroTrs ; more
mystifying every day. and' the lament that
Ihe State should: be burdened :■ with 'such
in enormous expense as the •investigation;
hourly becomes more widespread.^, Jjdge
Campbell's enemies say ■ that he , deserves
Lhe severest punishment from the very,
feet that he should hava anticipated the
serious possibilities when he cowhided j
a minister— almost within*- the: precincts ]
of his own" court. This is one of- tne-i
subjects' upon "wliich some of Ms best j
frier.'js are. mute. . \ -I-:, ..-■'.. i
Maenitmle Hourly Increases. T
The magnitude of the case is hourly. in--!
creasing, and there are those .who" think :
that before the: Campbell differences are
Rfttled. the State may ■"have-; to put ;vs
hand ir. its pocket to the- tune, of $50,000
cr more. This now freely-circulated idea
has spread consternation, and already^
lhe watch dogs, of the, State Treasury.are;
b^ginnir:g to pour" 'things; into ;■ Chairman
SouthalVs ear about economy in /.wit^
cesses and other ways. ' '" ■ ■■■... "',-' "
Little heed Is being: paid to this—in fact
the action of '-■ the ' Legislature and
the committee in broadening -the scope
■of the committee.., does 'not-, permit, any.,
such economy. Mr. Strode said, yester
iay that he and Judge L-ovirig liad
to "be subpoenaed - fifteen aditbional: wit-.
nesses, to be called on- next 'Friday/,. 1 ...
Chairman Southall told "Judge Campbell
G:a.t he would be allowed a reasonable,
lumber of ■witnesses, which practically
•nc-ans that they will not be •• limited.vThis
»nd the loss of time of the big .committee
Till mn the expense ■■ up ';. immensely— not,
laklßg^ln- consideration- at all;the;possi-
Mlity of 'a long debato / In th'o ; Legisla
ture. -/I --■ ; ■ ■ . .: ■ ■'. ■'•:: ;■'. ; .. ■ - ' '.
The proceedings yesterday were any
thing' in the world but advantageous), to
.ludge Campbell, and Major}, Conrad -]s.
probably abusing, himself roundly' for. per-;
mining Judge Wood to take the~- stand:
The latter? fiountcred about in the wit;
ness chair for two hours or;more;arid ho
said things about Judge Campbell.~ in; relaf.
tion to^ his dealings with; him':; that /were";
Camaeing In', the extreme. % As a matter of
fact Mt is seriously questionable; If/Judge
■^M?. o^.': -did; not: hurt Judge Campbell ' more;
seriously -> than did any two " witnesses [ for
the', prosecution.- ■. :...'. ."'>,'• ■-"'■:? r\ i.7v. :^.";s : . ; '':
Some Conncflmen Absent^
The proceedings xrpre begun' at the usual
hour with the hail, packed to .suffocation."
Several ■ ine'mbers of thei cbmraittee, -in-"
eluding; Committeeman .'■ Davis, were = ab-*
sent i irorn; their seats and' /did'-not .hear
£.ny of yeEterday's proceedings. /' V""-, •
The- proceedings began* with the evl-l
dence of Mr.VJoseph, Button.'; clerk, of .the
Senate. He {was -put; on; the- stand? for,
the purpose; of .showing: what becamcTof
the bill referred <o. last .Friday: byj. Mr.'
Strode , in -his ■ ringing- .'-'ispeeoljis The'-'wit-
Keuis 'said 'thit' (the; bill, xefenred ,to>ha4
been cent to the Committee, forecourts
of J u eti ce where i 1 1 '% >UI1 ;Vrem ains/ .VThe
witntss eaidJhV- thought that "Jvdge" Mann
*'■**<$ TniEtaken^thetnuraber'oftthe>bnirfor
tnorhtr. and supposed the;b|H \ had P&ssed
the Senate. • . .' '; * • ,- : ';.'•'."
"V\'{;e there any opportunity." p> asked
Jucee C2mp>ell.-,.J/for t th^eserc^Tof^any
Influence deeipned f. tbV obstruct 'or, retard
progress" or passage- of; l* the ; Vbill?£
"Not that , I know T of."isaW e th^witness >
M this ■ point ; Ma jbrlCpnradJ; Bsltedtthaj
be - lesued ■ for "summo^Jhs: ' Mr. 1
«erbert-F..Miley^cf.:the?Dispatcr 1 . !
lie Tried Judae" Campbell.
fl *^Stephen Ated%ffi&s&**S*
.«•:. Campbell vlcounty. . wb^. . resides^- at
fcynchLure.-waoJ; the L first witness called;
Kn^v^udgejCamp^llfat^lhad'knownfhlsl
' a .i°< Jr ~ b «f or^Wnv^am^someMmpbrtanti
evidence -j int. the/defcrisl vc/ The /withessi
:txjldJhow;JurtgcJC^impben!|TOßTiedi?lntojhis|
fsald* thatshe'Cwasl
anxious■,u s■, to -;hay c;: him ? try '% h'ls "t case^l He" *
said :that he wantedy th'eii trial lib 'end^thel
t whole : unf ortuna te ' business. -*-*^%
"1 told him that ■■.l'had-let y bff my mouth/
<aoo«t";^tlie % '''case^4orT^sohiethJrig^l.t9Wt^ati
; offecU; and that^l^ didj^riotp think ;: r^shbuld:
;,be;the: person: to tfy : the f<^e,"i said ?th«T
-witness. * ' • ' "ii ■
•?>Wltiiess'-'sa.ld : he was present all thTOUgh*
• tlie % trial s of / Judge <- : Campbell -;' up '"S to)? the
iClpElrig/argumeritsr , : 'J:i* ~'%i ? - r /4' : ■.//.l'v/ir/i
iCommJUeemansWaddy asked; him /what"
•■bccaEloh." •; "-• ; . ".'■..? „ - j-"/ " '"r-vV-;-,
?'-.i, "I . really do' riot ; know."- said ;the>; wit-";
ness. ;*'!: practice. in: that;Cburt."r v ;
■' /After > some/ unimportant/ "'questions*/ the.
■■Judgf^was^ask^^/lfxhe^too'ught^Judge";
Campbell twas'/a' proper.; person ■ to "^ sit \ on*
.the;bench;'- ; " X-l'\ ';■ - "/•■-' " :r ■'/:• '.'/-<^ : >; i '-'~-T~ £ :':
:'i , With '-J thl s ' . qu estion / the/ fur/ began - io
fly.*/;JudgeCLo\ihg.. and J; Mr. , Strode?. both
held up/ their 'h'aaids- with,hbly horror; /'
i 'AVhy.^/Eaid ,Mr./ Strode, ;,"we have/had,
witnesses here all: through -these proceed-;
ings; for the/purpose: of, getting /testimony,
on?, this ; point;* Vv 7 e/do not wish J- to /object
to this/questibn. but we desire to call .the"
attention -: off the /chairman : to, /aV former;
: ruling/oni,thispoint.':;;v V h. ;/ :^/ vV m/./
1 / "■ Chairman": Southall ; said be : did/ not
I think ; the question was 'admissible.// -'• •//'
! "I .was; under the iiripr'ession^ that >: eyji
; dence i'.'oh : -this . point -had / already/ been:
given /by air; : Whitehead/V ••" said'-- Slajdr
Conrad.:: '.. ;;•■■'. ;■-'..:./'■.///:/"":./.'/;: ,-■-/->./
j . Judge iLoving ■ declared : ! r.that :.the*-Ma-'
"jor's memory on this poirit".was.defective;
rthat : very .i evidence : tvas~ excluded; '---.. J'-*..-•'J '-*..-•'
"Oh; ; perhaps it ; wtis,'.* - sriiilirigly "admit
■ ted, Ma jor/Cprifad; /'. . . •>■■' ■ "/■•..;.■ .•-,..
, ; 'Mr. " Strode ""asked j.the?Tritriess/-if :i he
did/, not "• recall" ha\ir!g, % a - conversation'
; with him - s ri ""which' i-he remarked \( to';- Mr.
Strode) v tliat - : Judge; Campbell / had ■ been
./ (CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE.) - ;
WHY/FRUiT IS HiGKi
Well-Known- ■ Retailer \ .Says
the Fault Is With the/ ';;
:/ /*•..• . Public, •*'■'-.•"•
"The/public is largely responsible; for
the : h!gh price of fruit golfi^n^^^m^S
•keiT'.'-. -■_■;-■;■ :/ " " / ', " .- .-.■'/-./- -:V//v/;..;
This is the statement of . J./iW... Hancock,
the well I kn own grocer at Laurel and Cary
streets, who thinks that the general ' pub
lic is 'unreasonable in /many; (of i'its-i de
mands "-'on the .retail; men. '-'This much
was -brought A out by"; the .recent , criticism
that ; fruit -men did not : follow the-^wAole-"
sale ;' markets -."■-•and ■ when »; bananas ; : sold
around: -one or.: two/cents; a; dozen ori{Ca>y.
street; / the* retailers continued ! to . keep; the
price; to' the consumer "at -;■ fifteen ,- and
twenty, cents. '. .;./.,/; j; ./. ,; " ; . ' :-r::^-:4-':/: -r::^-:4-' : /
Sir.* ;Hancock explained < the attitude^ of •
man y grocery men ' 1 n thl si way : '.These re^
lailers are not trying .to stick, their,cus
tomers,'but- if they do the generous 'thing
andjlower -the price "buririsj the glut'lt'is*
almost \tb get the: price" back
ac-ain-- when the -wholesale 'prices; ad
vance. He said that during a recent glut
of .bananas he- bought 'heavily "on "the
market/ and ..sold to his. patrons /at .five
cents t, A., dozen. !■: Everything; went •; .well
until the -wholesale market changed- and
he was forced" to Advance, the retail price.-
It ; .was then r trouble began; because! baV
nanas could- not be /purchased latf- five
cents:n ts : I hey. were not ■ purchased -at '■■■ all/ 1 and
much i' -.fruit', was allowed -A to /rot- unsold."
Mr. Hancock says that after, ; numerous
experiences of tills kind some of the..- re-
soil ■on ."'the theory that '-It :Is
•better ; to ; 'ke'ep .up '' the" price at all times
to normal because \ then the.' demand /will
be- 'Steady,- and. the "chance '~ of / having
fruit spoil/while in stock is' materially
reduced. 1 . •. [ j ''/ ,' ; "': ■. • ..-.:, ;:
LARGE ACID WORKS;/ / ;
FOR NEWPORT:NEV^
Plan to Estnblisb One There-Long-,
shoremen Demand " " Rccogni- \ .
tion— Dr. Chns, IV. Keel's ]_
• Appointment. -".. ■
NEWPORT . NEWS; ;VA.,. January - 17.-
CSpVcial.)— Several ■'„ out-of-town Virginia
capitalists "'are/ cb-opefating ;.with leading
business""rrien ; here. .. with ; a view at- es
tablishingilarge acid works and' a fertillz
er\ plant. - . v \ " "' ' m *
• .Pyrites iwill -, be mined .first in) Louisa
counts'. Va., and;;; the/ Chesapeake /and ]
Ohio has: made low .., terms i for 'freight.-.
Theold abattoir site is ; favored. This, is
owned . by jthe Chesapeake and; OhloT ;-=Hj r *
droclilorie acid ■ principally will :be '.> made, =
.as -large; quantities . of, it is/usedviri/the
ship : yards in this / section for, pickling
: plates.': 1-.::1 -'.:: --: -/ ,;^- : -. • ■:--■" ,■■:■/. /..- - ' ": i '■- , :: . \ : -
Hampton' Roads. Railway and Elec-;
trie Company- has awarded to .the ■.Amerl-
can '■.'■ Bridge "V Company? the "contract.- for
constructing its v large': bridge ..oyer^thel
ya rd of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad.-
This "will , "make; ; four; bridges .over; the
yard ;In 'nine "squares." / :'"/ v ; ;v- \- "" \
LONGSHOREMEN ■ , MAKE DEMANDS. V
"The" white* and ' colored longshoremen at |
-work along the ; water < front/, have , made'
a demand of -the- .shipping companies
employing -them; : - that :■ their/ unions /be
[ recognized-, in -future";. ,'- ' :'..:' "• :.J ■'' //
I The' companies were given . tim e in which
to ; formulate a reply. : and unless ? It;,-": Is
favorable, it is fea.red: that there will : be
a striker The -longshoremen -are/ satisfied?
with^ their pay and : their- hours: -but: lnsist,
on having"; their unions recognized; -vwhich 1 ]
means I that": none : bu c -union men shall t>e j
employed by • "the : shipping ; companies." ..•;
- Grant. Patilla and James' Smith we're ;to-;
day " given" ■; one -year in the penitentiary.
for^housebrealiingX vJ - - " x -- ' - '
;Dr^- S'AV: Hobson.-.surgeon for;theiShlp
yard-to-day".' appointed. ;Dr;\Charles>W.i
keel.; associate of Dr. Louis Bosher, ot
Richraond>as -his: assistant.^.' .-"""■
, : : ■■-■DR:-HOSKIXS I viREPLY. ; - y :,4' £■
Dr ."VCilliahi : Hoskins to-day;, denied j. the ,
report': that he"'wiir- be ; a /candidate/ for.
••tieVoflice of port quarantine f :offlcer.r ;• ; ,
rHe is a relative" of Governor. -.Mpnta_su.e."-
I who"- has" theTpower :of Jappolntmerit.-^r-iT
-The Newport "News "Shipbuilding Sand;
•Dry'Doc^Companylwill ■probably. bufld^j
! steel vplarity to ."make ; all-steel
• u=ed at : the: yards.: It was : ofacially.?ad
sidering^the feasibility of;Cthe step. ,_;^y
'! i Several practical; steel: men fronUjLeba
•noiu-Fa.'KwereMn the-dty ,; torday^^th;a ;
view': of - ieciirlnjrra^te -for ya : : steely roll-,
: ing/miH^to;turn:;out^ship:platesjandj ; Hke;
materidl'for. the Newport News.^^Richmond.;
Baltimore;-: aHd? Sowell's J Point _ (new) ■; ship
yards.' ' ' , - .' > ' \.
[ hi Ifisbelleyedthat negotiations; for a sits
will: Booii: be Tconsurßmated. ;.'..;. ' . .: ' >.- "•■
KARPApAI:PHAiBANaUETi
Fraternity Men Will Celeurate
: Birthday of Gen: lyce.
;.. J ■■■••_■ ■- ■••....... ,;-.,.; .;--^. -r - , - - ' •
/; The;RichmqTid"" Alumni; Chapter* of /the:
;Ka ppat Alphas FrateraltylwlUl give j Its -. an~'
fnual . banquet Vat/; the^Jefferson QHotel k to/,
"morrow;-nishtlT,The v6peat*efßlofithelceca
sJonfwJll|be"' Dr~ "F. .' C.|Woodward.^ Janiesj
r."i : .^Duncan. r Jo Lane St^n^and^HAß^Mlt-;
;;^ Among »" those i-. present ; ,wJll vbe g the a Rev. r>
Clarke; Rev. James W. Morris
Messrs. Sol Cutchih»,"tGe^se^B^Ello]t^
} CoJenianlWof UwiriKC^l B.jAn Mm. 1 ? Richard
«p;^^ir^on^^lJHa^^Duk«:fjHard!pier:
•Bu^nle>^ < ■■■:B.vlui:-Pllcller.■ i ; ; JohigCoASl■© > fJr4^:
|FJhßlgani|Hußisd6nlCaryi|Jr4|mM^g
THIS 'WI*CI. BE= A WEEK SPB
CJAI, ACTIVITY AMOXG THE3I. . %
STAND LIKE A STONE
Prohibition Party Lapgelr vltejprc-:
/sented Here andVcrr-Enthnslas
: tic— Believe Tfcmt Tide / is. Risins
Higher and Higher in. Tlieir
; ' Favor.; ■ ■ . .■: : .--. -....^. ■.■.•■,.....■.■'. ■• , ■- ..
' This will be a week; of .special activity
'among- the : -. temperance clans, v .-.■- :; . ' :
To-day.' at : least will
be I preached in . Richmond pulpits _; on .the i
subject. Miss Tingiing" the (accomplished-.
English " woman,', and •■representative „;6f:
the 'Woman's ; • Christian; .Temperance -
Union, .will speak : at .Grove- Avenue'; Bap-N
tlst church, this., afternoon. On Tuesday,.
'•"Wednesday; /.and- './Thursday ,-V'the ; ;State
Anti-Saloon League, Convention will be in
session : af ; CenteharjV?church./. Interest, in ;
the CamphellJcase will help ; .to- swell vthe^
tide.
The most casual "."observer /'of. '.current^
■ events cannot fail I to ; recognize the ; tern;
p6i-anc^:;giound/sweil:s.There:is-a'"' rally- ;
■ ing " : of '; f orces/. : air/aloTtg/ the/lines.'- -The .
pulpit^ /was : never more pronounced ':■ in ' its'
" antagonism';' 1 '. of ;;-. the /liquor /traffic. .; The,:
iprbhititioni party./ people .. who/have fstood
like /a •• stone "-; wall - against-; the • license/ of
; the traffic- were" "never : more- enthusiastic
; than to-day. ■ /.> s i r §f-' : . * •; - "■'■
' ' The An ti-Saloori-League" ) forces \ are muU
tiplyirg daily and/the". Woman's 4 Christian
.Temperance ' J .;;Union;/-'; is//- expanding^ its
■ sphere and :;■ giving/valuable ■ i^aid , arid , in^'
MI^^DiXIE:fLbWERWOUR-GLASS|Si:UNC^
sls:ratlcri/to.;the-'Xfst-i.^-perancc;?^^^^^^
eyery^herel^-LHest/sentlm
:isirig*lritbiv: isirig*lritbiv action.":- 'i 'and / effort:
■The "•"; hitherto '?': theoretical/,' anriy ?,} is;'" f astj
uniting with ;the/practical;-Prohibition-;; the /practical;- Prohibition-;
J?ts.-/ From/ pulpit./ platform;-, forum,', legist'
lative I ball/ repres'en tati veT religious. • edu
catiorial.:/and imbral'^ reform / bodies ; \th'e;
: cry 1 is .welling tip. H'the Uquoi'. traffic must
"go."i// ;■ /.-'-7/'/^/'// ;/■> ""//-x" //.;/---?.'
. It is 'a chai-ge Vby,.- the : united . opponents
of. King. Alcohol on the breastworks' of the
;enemy.-/^ '•/-.---"/■."■. -.■■■■•: .■-..; "'//';■
; //The^"signs'; are iurimlstakable'; of J a :.uni-,
■ficatiori ".' • of / forcesi and concentration ;.bf
"effort--//The ; fight-Is on; in : dead" earnest.^
; There"' will; be .>'nb 'room "for. passiveness'.'or
-compromise:,^ It-: is; to be: '.'under which'
flag?" '„,./' . : - : -. ,/ .. /////
v Thes-p. people are. inspired k with ; .the deep
■; • ! (CONCLUDED, ON ; NINTH^PAGE.): 1 ;-':'
BiIROISi
Dr:; Ey^ns Has^ Receiyed/Galh
;-to ".Newport News,".Buf
Cannot Discuss It.
."Dr.; Evans has received a call frdin" St.*
•Paul's -church" to-day; but; as i yet he; has
n6thing;to"say^aboutit.''v.: " ' /../"■ j '::///
.LThiSr wast the /.Inswer..: returned :.when\ a ;
telegram from \ Netv^port ; News,- announcing.
thatiSt. Paul's Episcppal/church,"/irij that;
r city.- had; extended? a' call; to; the rectoivof
Monumental ■• church,- and--; respected /that;
: hal would '■accept/; it; /iwas ; bent -'to /Dr..
iE^ny/home^lastrnlghiti-';^''.//;''--^^®^^^
: ' ; Dr. : Evans", reticence,?; it/ is : said;, Is \due
to the fact that; he has riot had, an ;~oppor>:
. turiity/ up 7 to/this!>timec to Ufy ; the ; ma tter;
;befora' the 'vestry- of /the/ church: //This
;will^be/done/t^day;/ho^ver,^arid^iDr; :
; Evans will . : b- ;in v a/ position ;■ to/ give": a
- more" ■'■ positive/ answer " ea'riy; this • week.';
. -, Y>r,': Evans " has : been :chosen : - to i fill s the
vacancy "■■ caused <■ in/"; the /Newport"./. News
;church7.by. >the .reiigotUon
J.f Ribble/- v,hU ibas/gone/ to/ SU
/John's" church,' ln ;Petersburg."; - // :
BO WMAJf/AXD'' PATTOX/ FOIUIAXIiY
AJTNOUKCED^AS EXPOSITIOX;
/:' ' :.:• -' "'■ ■ / -<'COMMISSioNERS^" =■'.-. f : "'.•"- /■-.,..
KOINERIEX'bFFICiaMEiVIBER:
'They /Will? •Bnideavbr. to ■ Snotv at i St.
/.Louis • TVTiiit Virginia Is ,'; To-Day,
/' and J'ot.TVvhat She ; Has' Been—All
s are "Thoronghly;. Interested, '-' ;•
. r :the v Virginla/e3C-; :
:..•" hihit '; at • the "St. : Louis eWorld's ; Exposl- :
t!on of 1S04: ;' O/ . ;■ . ; ; / ': '};. ,
vHon. A." M. Bowman, of Salem, mem
v-ber-of the House^ofADelegates. : i .. -..!
;-Mr/ J. '"■ S. Pattbn, ' of {Newport News, /
/ president -off Chamber; of : ; Commerce.:; -'
:•: • :•/■ Hon. . /George ■ / WeJlington '/ Koine'r, 1 :
- -. ; State : ■■ Commissioner/ . of ■ /Agricu 1 ture, ;
:Is.'iex/ofnci6./ the other; "commissioner. /
} Colonel ? A..4M: Bowman ] was s the " patron :
of /^the/bin-- carrying: ;ah/ appropriation/ of r
$50,000, -: arid : i it /was - owing;* largely/- to /his
diligent 1 arid .-tactful : work,;' and intelligent ';
adyocac'y//qf theibnL/that'^t^was/ passed
by -i both chouses.- He' is ; ai.large -stock,rais-
er. orchardist;; farmeKiand> business/man,
and;has Udrig been ,actiyely|identifled^with
the ..■development "of .the. agricultural, and [
: material /of "ItHej State. /jColonel •
; Bowman >ls":a : ' cultured v gentleman.;, and a
Ibusinessimanj of .- great / experience : and _ ; , of
:much;sagacity^-/^;,»"/--i '->: ? •■.;:,-:-H: ■:■.' ;/'//
; : Mi ./Pa ttqn ; Is prominently ; Identified with
■the 'commercial j Interests of : the State. 1 , and
■is said ' to '• be" afgent] ema n 1 "c f ; large bus! ness
reiperience/ and >-■ wide /information Vas , to
.the 'commercial : interests and/manufactur
:ing,enterprises' of the . State. . : '. r ■'
jT{c6mmissioVer^Kqiher.-/h^s'i.ULken;_anTa<>
I^»..i*i^.isP~--« i ' _ " "l^^v^HnrSXir 1 -
S^^^^^^^^§PTOP|raedg.expad|lbnl
from "i ihe -very first; , and .was ; heartily Jn .
''favorlbfiVu-glnlaiiriakins: an! exhiblt^He*
♦saldjjresterdayithat'so-far as he was eon
?ce3edEyirginlaTatttbis] exposition iwouia|
?shawf whitj slie> lsi tenday^ »nd ; notuvgiatr
rshe-hasibeen. -Mr. Koiher. has o^naunotej
rthanfai^lbtheramanipl^elState^OTj
lDabi^torpush\Vu^ialto/to^]front,tan.li
Isincel het has ? been % in/ offl«te,: he ?- has tsaos
TerSl ln^thef Old 5 Dominion^ He|ls 5 aj(hard-|
: working" State official? and : o f ten | burns] ge.j
midnight oil in mo performance • olgMg
duties. . . - ;ift§Sf
THE SWEETESf JOKE
Mice .to Be Used at ttye Connecticut
.-' CliibJs"/ Sho-w f are/. Only
Chololate «Cjfttters.»
//STAMFORD. -O1O 1 CONN.i-. ; January,^^l7.— t
•''(Special:)— The * Connectljco t'iCat r hasj
! hoaxed ithe!rwhole|Unl^lStatejs.%Mayors
; have : ; f uliriiriated.l/ hurr^iie' < sbcities p the
■'cbuntrytbyer?hayeHA'i^i^lu.tedswith^
1 selves^ of 'editorials fonVtoe^degeneracy^ of
• the fair/sex.'; arid! thertf ; ha"s - Jreen^ no - end
of - trouble ibecauselt^iasannburiced- that
the members were' "gc?ng/ to -collect •■■2.ooo'
"mice/and • have : them ltjlled ' by? kittens ; for
"the/beriefit 'i of those ivtho /'desired -V. to • look
; upon / the/spectacle. :
r Now/ comes -Mrs. :H^>mer, S. Cutnmingfs,
'president : of \ the ; club, f who. has : been hay r '
■; irig/ f uri °,wi\h Z_ Mayor \. Leeds/; f or^a ;. .week
past-/^^wi th/ jths ; announcement ; ' : that." 1 ; she
'has/ been ifoolirig.: hirpTall^alorig: '/ '■ ;:: //;
"I "Itr" is / true;*' *- she H declares. 5 " ;V solemnly.
"that / we /• have / ordejredj^.ooo;^ mice, f but
• : thevya^eT<»ndyjories';tfomfia7c6nfectione_rs
(aridTwe/wilirgiye'theti"away!to" visitors at
;the'show ! as souvenirte." - >
SOME GENTLE OBUIDS
.-; ■:-■■ i-- ■:■:■ ;-•■;:-;,; 1 ; f . ' ■■ .': : ':■■)' ;"■ -."-: " .' _-- :: ,
First -Ladies' /Circle tp^Be In
stalled • Here[ Wed* "
nepday.
: The .first Ladies' jCircla.;, an i auxiliary to \
the /.Uni ted I '■■ Ancitnt -^ Order -v^qf - Druids, j
ever = organized , in ;;[this i State; -will be. In
stituted next '■' Wednesday J night' in ■ Spiring-;
field 1 Hall by \ Noble LGrand -Arch/ John 58.
:Metzer. -;-■/■:■-;/ ■{:],' '-/'!" : :'//^:/ ■/':■.■-/ '/'
'•'■'■■ Since the visit to" this | city ; some time
ago^ of Supreme fA.rch';Partori;- the : Idea;
. of a ■•: ladies V auxiliary^ has "^tie'en'.'; agitated ; |
arid ; as ;a : result ; t)he circle,/ whlch^wltl ibej j
!lm6wn>'as;;l^ieV:'/Circlerv^Jefferson>jtNO;;;!
:l,"w[Il start' with a member'ship^bf eighty- !
'two://:/. ;\; \ - „ ."- -J;-/- ; r//.;//^'/:---/^:::/ ;
The orgaSlzatioo is named, for^ Jefferson
Grove. /No;; 14. the: members of which were
1 tna -Ifnbst / active /in /securing; ' so> many;
jmj^s^to^the^lis^^ej-quesUon/iof /sucpi
! an rbrganizaUon [ is -now i being. purged > oh '
all 1, the ; ; . groves//of the and /in /the ■
: near ■ future .* other ; circles/will /be " ; formed. :
?v> Next L : Tue"sday -night /JeftTersbri /Grove^
c No. ! : . H;- ":. will / e« terta in ; .Virgin la. ■ Groye.^
•No: 1 . -15: -Virginla^will /attend/In ; a vbbdy;
and at -the' conclusion 1 of ;the-jbuslhess ses-"
■ siori" refreshments 'wlir'be^sevvcd. 1 .-;: ' - ■
Grand i Groyelof .LVirginia Iwill jl.j 1 . meet .
! ; In ■; thlss •; olty>; some; ; tlmSj nest ;^week:^ThCj
1 ' body",? Is 5 called 1 tbjadopt 1 the'^ new .s,by-laws]
! uwbich/i were7 r made /necessary/ In ; ? the '; dlvi-1
I : siori^ of ■:■: North /Carolina/ Into/? separate ]
jurisdictlbris/; --. : ; / v V'-'':/; ; r"//- ' ■'■
;< /..REBEKAHS;- RAISE-; MONET.v •:' / -.
■ Stonewall Rebekah /: Lodge. ' Independent
Order,/of S Odd; :Fel!o ws. /held = a^rabsti in- ;
, terestiri g /'meeting r at | Sml th'dea] Q Hall g Frl
; da3?;" ■irilsht."- 'Afi fine: .'programme*? was -ren : ;
'members j 'arid;/ .visitors' :of
•the : lodge spent^ a joyable TeveplnsJ
Mrs.' '; C. '; E. Coup'.T"; of / St. > f Louis. /; Mo.,
\ rendered '■ a - most S: beautiful *v solo. [ "For-|'_
•gotten.".: by Miss ''l Mamie /Lewis, .and tfhe
."Mermaid ;.-. Song," »■ by.4MiEs 1-Nettle .^ John j
son,: were both. well; ; rendered.^ The" laugh^;
) Ing v song j by ; ; Mr. [ ; H:|p//Rlddick i^wae \ also
/greatly enjoyed. ;?Mrs.: : W.; Ji/Peytbn.pre^
sided ; at the * pia no.-/ Games /were "■ Indulg
ed -in/ after u'v.'hich « a '\ sale ;,of l lunch '■■ boxes
{took/place, '•■'quite •'a- sum'; being • realized/;
'. HOLDING COMPANY.
Tentatlyie Plans' to/Vest the; Manage
:'••■ meritof Many. Big; Roads in.One
v, = 'Gigantic •; Concern,; _■ ': :
; -NEW TORkf; January : 17.^- (Special.)^-'
Tentative i /plans! are "under 'consideration'
for the formation a great^ securities^
holding company.' whlch ? shall >. lhcl iide the"
Chesapeake: and- Ohio. ■••■the -Norfolk" and
Western,- ahd^tho? Baltimore : arid s Ohio/ ai !
soft/coal: carriers, 1 and-the?Read.irig.fJer-^
sey/ Central: :;■ Lehigh /;A"alleyi ':pelaware>-;
; Lacka wanna and arid ; thoj Erie.
as anthracite coalers/; /-•'■". /
the/ma jdrltyjlhterest hi -all
these^roads : vests ' in' J.'>Pierpoht -forgan/
James/ J.^Hin,/?George"s ßaker; ;W.:^K:
:Varide>bilt/ and ;Al/;J.? ? ;Cassatt,/and/the
;i; in terests i th'ej'/: repreisen tf' -,' -"
It ; ;was" ; admitted l/yesterday/; ; by/persons
connected >"■ with ; the « prihclpals :^that;/ the
''question /of; the "organization ; of /a" securi^
; ties/ company, i powerful V enough '^ to : s win g
■ such : a.' ? combinatl6n;/hass.be"en junder/dis-.
;cussl6n/and^that;it :mayi;be;decided; upon!
• later^jlbut - : that -' nothlpg r . has/ yet'
■ been -done.- /_, . . . . ■. ■
L /The/; proposition 'to invest /the ;manage
.{'of '. this 'group! of (roads In one . com-^
pany c is j said '.• to/ Have j originated * with ~ the,
' ered i\: v nlikelv '% that any/ycbnclusi ye '*; ar£
) rarigements /will/be ' ; made before' the |d&-^
cisloh'-of .'theV; courts- In": the ■Northern
■ Securities' case. " - - ' ■/ '■•■'■
CEUB'&ANNUAL-MEETING-
aien»l»crs \- ; i of : - - - <1j c 's. ":. Com raonirenl* Ii !
'Choome 7btfr Officer**. '
".* Tbs/ann'tial . meeting' - of • the Comnion'-^
■ wealth • Club H was s held i, last:, nl^hL^The
ifollowihg officers;were;elected:jlPresfdent.i
* S.S Dit* Cfenshaw: J; vice-presideht?J C-kjE-i
ifßolling: s secretarjvj !»•' ' D. J ?Aylett j ?itreasufi
!rer^l J.-4 S*,lCrensha w/f TheY new?: members!
\ of % the" board & were *T^;W~;2 Scott; % S^ Di ;
JCrensha w.i C*B| BolHngvT Jonathan 5 Bryant
:.T.'. H.*; Perfclns; ; a nd '; A. ■ J. :> Leake.-^ Mriißoll^
I ing i. was > the > only,* new ; offlcer I elected Isup?
■ceedingJi Mr;?.W.-.; H^i Urquhart^JC: ; :^ ; ;-; .;-:•;:
£E;Thet, club* nbwj has ■ 373 : members i and i 44
noivresident' members.* --i " , - „_"
Nf Af teri the {business .meeting;; an Elaborate
supper/ was J served '- to? the ; members "and
guests.
lIANDIORIIiIREWORSHmBERSI
Ay vPaatbr^-JWho'.ljiite..
TXhi of Per»fn:Wade:«;Cfttxcn.
rißey. Isaac Tc*annon^a.tnatJve{of;PeT-:
rt^CandJp^»^«at^«^'^!erteniCj|jurch"
'ln^thla b!ty. was granted inaturailzatlott'!
■ papers yesterday. .in ■' the : United % States
SCourt. and made a fuH-tiedr*^ dtjzen:
vHeffcleclaired h. Hisi Intoni tionTof .1 beeomf n«|a :
i cltlienvfand ?flled|hls|petltlon I for
; £satl6nf papers fthr'ee y^ars'as^. -T'"?^
MERGER OF TELERHuNESr
loard ; of ■ ■A.l«l«*r»p«»n:VWUliMr<st '-.Ttief*
|Tpresiaeht ■Tal^^^^ffßwft£qf^Al;
9«nnen. has instnscteSgC^l^tafacUta
call, a~ meeting of ,the board for 7*J o"elocli
rw»«lay ntsht -to ;con»Jd«r:;th« 'conaolida.
Will BcCftndidito "ForGuboP?/ :
natorial Nomination Next Yeir^
CAMPAIGN BE ;LlVElSi|
They/; May -■ ".'AlJ.^B*" : s^*M?^.^J?ip!!P
; Give Snap to «^CjT^j^^Od4f^
Keauests Made/of Ff-^fejS^t
i ' tori -^ ncxtoTt*.' '■"ot '!Dls»atl»*aetlOß:3fe
rKl*Wltn''sFr«e"33lailSDcllTerySSy»t««jp
■ ■■- ■ -^ j- > ■ '.'--..-.'- -*l* i».V-> ,•'<■ ■■'■--:■ •■'*' "<'' v. "■-.- 1'" :■-■■' .w-Sv. <•.-.
in RockinKUam, . Still Belo*. B«- ;
Favored by Several Members ot ».;
O-;_yirifflnla:/^I)*l«Katl»a" ■!«» c«**?//.;c «**?//. ;
WASHINGTON-. IX C. ■ Janua-y *, 17.-.
(Spcciai.) -Representa^yeV^aaude. - A.;
: Swanson:will ": be : j f£»H*^B?Sj|
ocratlc ■•nomination for Governor Jn OSQfc
This- information, while .not^eos^nffS^g
reotly from'hlm. is frcm.a sourcftjisal
close to him as to leave no room for
doubt that this Is his intention.
Mr.-Swanson has' had his finger on. ifi».
political pulsa of Virginia for Mm;
months^ and' its condition TsecmsS to *.b«|
"such'^as'to ■;.warrant'h_ls r enterins:itiie}tac»:|
He ■ has^ bean tarel tromfeyery|
part 'of ■ tha" Sta. ts.Yursiris> him 1 to" run sana|
promi3ins>ham^support.^atany^ofatne3«|
lettersv-comejfrdmvsources^^w^l
'decidedly 5 against : ! him :\tn^ I'S^rz.Taey.tH?^
from hardly Mhava s
been 'expected itoitineftrp ; tor-Mr. vSwanaoa.^
in a' gubernatorial ffgbt- £&* ?-:
:'Many : people' have
feat ;suffered^by' the
, the ■> Fifth Wlstrict -in 1901 j haveldte^
• conraged ' ihto '</ from /entering ]Hthe; : J : raca.f
|;ButVSwanson; ls:>otithat2sort-of^a^|
He rhas'thieireputatloniofibelnjitnajcurectj
opposite {of;a quitterJv^When^heiloaesja^
rflgbt^once >ha is6es:;in::iasainidetermtaea|
to profit by'hls mistakes.": and a wm|tf|post|
I sible/^Tnisf will; ba his programme ] m tha -.-.
i. coming; fight. ,-. . a
I !>vran»on?3 Ambition,
Ths entrance of Mr. Swanson lntqitfce:
: race Us f what iwas? expected, by> those ajwhO|
' know i him : best: ;,HeHs 'undoubted y^tha,,
moit ambitious : member j of ?the^V lfglnjae
delegation. ti: He ihaa^wantedyto^be^Oov^
eraot '■- 1 or^'long; UmaJ Sfie Usl not" the ! aorfe|
of :, man^ to 5 let ■ one \Ut tie ydef eat Jsidattaj^p
his ambltioh^butfgoes in again. - -'■
i ~ The" ■= ihf orroa tion '"'■ thS.t'^Jlr.-;i Swansoa^
; will* be 'a^candldatef:ror\7gubernatarla3JJ
honors' proeagea r a i; 11 vely^campalgm. t;iWlUi|
Swanson r^ iilty3on^%*Tucker. and ftWillar*!,*!
ifto /say :tnbthing> T of andaseyeral|
other- posslb'U ties % In? the i race.i. there J wtlta
i be an': o ld-f a3hioned^whoop-'em-: up^oys^
'■ campaign i\n Virginia--. . „ , .„,.-.
|. ';SwansorijlS!anvactlya^campalsn«r.yHe/
gets;. ou t~: ambns : the I; people S.and.3 mals.e».j
thsrii >'f eel g tljat^.. he| 13" ;br ?l ttientr v§H«|
•flghts^ in^earnest^ and 4harfflghts¥tojwlaa|
He will ■;' have "_;,very <-::: strong? ?njbecktaar^
throughoiit^the; State. l^SfS
;BUy*ou/» Service.
v^Eliysbnrro^y^al^ber^^S^W^l^?"^*?
I part T : to lmake Uveiy' arid^fuilioC^
I snap;- 7 There •? seema ? ; to ••a. • ; feeling S irt*;
■vanqus : parts'^ of VtheiSlate* that Jtne ?ser^
vioea ' of Mr. • Ellysari ;as (chairman of ? th«£i
"DemocraUclStateiCon^tttee;oughtvto'balr;
recognized^vi vHe^'fcasV' labored^: torj|tn».|
1 success "of V, Democratic.' -"principles j.;s to <;
j seasohviandl < out; :?> has: -built^vupf^iav
i splendid : organization,^ lt 4 ls? pointed ?|Crut^
j and^ls^enUtl«i3 .-to'-rconslderatlcn^atgthojj;
'■ hands vof his? par ty'^rT'hisß feeling fsearn^i
; to -;be-gf6iv-lhg.yand^cqrabln^^wtth3hl»|;
'^ra^tß^puiarity7throughouM.tbalS t * t^S
!,will:m'ake:hiro aYforrnj[dable[c^d^datelforr:s
gubernatorial W honors. T > A3 ?t:- heretofore .j
stated, j a Spromlnent ■■ mernber-J of 5 the ,» Vlch*^
! gtnla I delegation ; T arid Jone^whMe? p6lltlca\^
, oplnlonsiiarej always v : sought^rter^ifsald
to i the ::i Dfepatch 5 correigpondentS thatf- a«^
flrmiy*belleved|tbat'iflßUysoa;,bad-3rtaye*:r
•in (thel fish tl to'itha ;-; finish; ; he , iwouldi^baya^|
' won- the. nomination- , ' * ,-'_-*.
Harry Tucker.
Anotherj. gentleman^?who|n3a3rj'b»j«jUei|
on ' -to ""give ; life : . to J the ;'cbmpanion • l» ! Harry ?;
Tucker/AThose 'iwho fstand JcJosei to ghim ''■§
'say I ttiat*he, f ;wUl ■ uJidoubtedly ibeTa.^candf-,;i
date^in the^eyentvithatvAttorney-Gencral'i
■ Anderson's \ mlrid ; noyr not X tOHrunTj Harryj|
Tucker ? : always^ hasra way^ of ?} maklrisf ' :: ;;
every i poll tical %he Yen ters < a ; j lively ~
\ one^esT^ially^Vbenl'thft^hon^-stretch^
! 'rea^h€d.^andsitsls[sald;'thar*the*;publlca-;?
tion '*. of :-..f the^.in formation"? that ?j he^wbuld^
[bfa candidate^forjthe^gubernatqrialjnomJl
jnation ;cau,sed \ a jtoTcreepj down ";;
[the back 'of {several imeh^whoTarej;carry»|s
In % f gubernatorial ,: aspirations - ' in -■: Oxabrz
clothe 3. /' ;
" 'ilr/ Tuck'eriwlirrpr6babry.',be recognizwl s
as'Sthefyalley-iicandldate. The.'.V>ne3\'
couniJes'su.suallyihaVelafwuyßofiJbanaingrii
tbge ther ■/ In 1 1 helri poUtlcal I battles^ land \ It |
ts asserted Cr that support^
Tucker this .trip.; ■ This itnayjorj'niajrfinbfrS;
be '■'. true; ■: as tit j. will .^d«"; remembered 1 that |l
3ome?bf>*them|dld;aotfOTpp^>Ech J bl»|&i'|s
the last campaign., '
Joe TVIIIard- .
The candidacy- of IJeutenant-<JoTremb*::
rrfounce^:]by^hfmpßeeinaUo^be^Rratty>«i'eni»^r rfounce^:]by^hfmpBeeinaUo^be^Rratty>«i'eni»^
erally.:; 2 accepted.;- r His J;;stfen'sth T | ta^th»p.
State (was * amply jpfoyea'jln i the | tastf csuro?|
palgmv 4 Indeed.^ tbere ) arel thbse'i whoi an,t^|
hesltaUhgly' l declared Uhat
!>fryfMAtagwJ7i^Td^n^t|have^^n^oll(;d.-':
the! convention //w-hlch^gave : ? him [the fnoml-* ;
nation- Wliat strength^he "can muster.^
Jn^thiynext^ashtilsfyet^agireetterirof^
dbubt. s sbut\th"e 'fact 'remalri3~ thatUhere ; ar»|3
thisaiWho*would:fraUieyfsee'bimTbut|oii
:the:racelth*an:in ; :it- ■■■■ ;':- -^-s.Jv^-9^^^
feilt] seems' toibe' prettyj grenerallT, concededw
iheje.ftbat^thVAnextlcampaisnTi.wnTJtba^'of*
ith"e^so-U%lbne^lvariei7-^Theipeopl^|j^|
aVirglnlaYseem l to ,be]anima ted |byia»d|tti^
fcsual I:-' ha tred | of I any | tb !n jjr^tbaitji savciatj
{ofiX'oinblnst!oh'i'|EY*?T*-T l^"^Jf^fJ^**i^
:isra^mbfnßtlon3lp^aa'p^Ht^lJffsnrl!Mpai^
;themlwitH'a7'dateJTOlna_tToi>":tb^efeatjtho«ifS
llege^|to 1 have faff parti tn% 1 1^ and ftljoael
iWho^areTcandidates; realize that «h* only
(way '1 to iwlnß '« ithe'^eyery-manifOTrhfjaSetf g
?b23ii^here|tsUlttl^doijbt|th^tlthey^wni|
(flghtSltTqatrbn"Uh«TO/Krbjunds^n]tb«in«!^l
gubernatorial ' rampalgTj.aThoseXwholbi^va,^
I sol farjdecfared jtherosel yes |lnlthAVDMitttsJCs|
-'say? taa t \ It* theyl are fcandio.3 1<» ; | thwy^iftlll
r maJw*?th'elrlasbt^3tbelr!owrnlm«rtta^?S
- Cnrlons j Inquest:; fbf ;*Sena<O3r«^S3|p
-
Even* among: the bunflreds of !r«Q«««t<a
3 -United 'I StatespseTOtor,Brre«lvej^ey'«y : |
■ day^ foHthlsi fa"vbr|or Jthatsth«r^ajrej_tSw*|
iwbicb^bavelthilrihuniorous side, Asfew';
; days ? sincKl Sen"ator}3iartinTrecelved laA JetSl
lisir J from JalVlrgtplair? to 5 this i «Se«t t|^^^
"My Dear Senator,— Win you p?«ssa -
: sand ? to : Mrs:--; Blank F«iejbu«lwl?.cf i«ardeia|
•se«iitfbrldJs^buttoSr^»tS^^^
if Ev«ry,vi ciail $brlng» ji un»sw«^| »«qu«»|it^
iwhlcb^at'jleast -jfor a pajMlo>i mowing
: ticklsil tbAfitaW^Seaatbrt .f c«uw|of^^|
miy>; ■ •*;,"" ' , " ,, i~"-i ~"-' f - s^^
S|^p<^fofi««atr!i*actf ongitt» ; s th«;iro^4g
; free JdeUv *tyl jtystwoJin ißockingliiaif itfiti
continue to s came -In ito V Repr«3«at»U»^;;
i.Hay^RecenUy^ the^vWTaki^ |»t^ aia»v
iwc* or thr*« fr»e d«Uv*ry rout<»"4«»iK«fe
itarted : from? that? pl*ei •- T*»< »«ivlc» .fi i
so un«at!«f«ctory toth# poopt* <rf th« •»&•■•
«m: that ", ll«y: ar»^Kltton!nrt*:l«v^tt^
old realm* ; t^iitaWihwl^^;, pm^m ■

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