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VOL XXVIII NO 185 PADUCAH KY THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 29 1910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK
23 SENATORS TO
LEAVE THEIR SEATS
i
IN JANUARY 1911
i Lively Contests in Many State i
Legislatures For
Togas
4r MakeUp of Next Senate
Predicted
SEVERAL CHANGES EXPECTED
I
IN TUB NEXT SENATE 1
f 4
1 Ronatori elect 2 I
Without opposition 9 I
1 New men I I
4
Contests 117 I
Senators whoso terms do not I
expire until 1913 M 1
Senators hold until 1915 30 I
I
Total 92 I
S
tVaabington t I Incleen I
r hundred and cloven probawy will Il I
move from tho United State senate I
23 of lit members onffourth of Iti I
lotal membership Tho New Year I
will bring tho election of new OOlc I
tOIl In mow than twothlrda of tho I
states It will wltncft a sweeping f I
Chung In that plcttirctquo tad long I
powerful adjunct of the upper house
Ibo Old GuardI
Tho Democratic trend of tho No
vmbr elections will naturally have c
a material hearing on Ibo tcnatorla I
ronteitf but will not be so marked I
I us n the house where tho Democrat I
I ic forces change from a minority to I
a majority t t
I majorityTwo the tattS North Dakota I
and Virginia win chose two sena I
tore tech I
In North Dakota the regular term I
of Senator IcCumbcr Republican
i
and the appointive term of Senator
Iurcell U Democrat will expire on
March 3 Purcell wit appointed by
a Democratic governor last January
to fill a vacancy caused by the resig
nation of Senator Fountain Thomp
4natlotrof
4 r ton ThP IfiBlflaturo nlelcted In No I
t vember has 11 large Republican ma
jority and ono of Its first duties
and IU great pleasure will be to reo
pUre PurcoU with a Republican
Rep Aslo J Oronna a mllltairt In
surgent la assured or tho position
IcCumbet will bo reelected without
k opposition
The next Virginia legislature will
H oecl two senator ono for tho term
t hppinnlng March 4 1911 and the I
4other for the term beginning March c
4 4 1912 If ftcnntars Martin I and
Hwnnnon either of them have
or op I
onrtllon In their desire for rootcc 1
t lion the matter will ho fought out in
a Democratic primary held In tho1 r
first week of next SOIII tuberI I
dFriends of Senator Martin whoso t
term ends March 3 1913 are In t I
h rifled to tho belief Hint there willI I
lw I no contest for hili rest Whether
Swanson will have competition IIII I
p hdoubtful Congressman Carter
maN has Imnn rtrongly urged by
friends to contest with Swnnson for
f ° to i > honor but Glass has not Indl
IIt1 1 wiiollier or not ho will make
the light In tho abicrco of oppoti I
lion the question of rcolcolng thoI
Senators would go direct to the IcI a I
etaatiro
Martn hall been In the ecnato Id
yarn Swaiuon served seven terms
In I congrcs and two tnrma as gover
nor ot Virginia before ho was np
r lnltird l o servo the iincxplred term
v of tho lain Senator Daniel Olars
has Jiirt been elected for tho sixth
t 5 time ng A member of congress
Friends of Senator Ixideo find cold
t Iocndort In tho news from Mawnchu
Cilit and they gravely fear that he I
nny follow Aldrich Halo Scott nnd
Burrows veteran Icndnru of tho ICnI I
atc Into retirement Tho most op I
r t tlo of tho senators followers
rpnak of the ultuntloa an close or
doubtful
Au the tnojn object of vLodgoa
enemies it to bring About lilsNlofeat
a 1there Is no Indication who will bo
1 rhpson ait his incceraor In case ho Is
t beaten Tho man who promises to
mid moet strength to tho fight will
bo most acceptable to Ix > dgo foes
Former Governor Curtis Guild
Jr and John L Bate and Repro
pcntatlves McCall and Wooks nro
tinder consideration by the Republi
cans as candidates to be taken up In
t the event Ihnt Lodge It forced to re
tire
tlroRhodo
t Rhoda Island In Its attempt to IC
Bret a iuccewwr to Senator Aldrich
has started n fight so big that It
bulges the narrow boundaries of the
rntc H F Llppltt a big cotton
Cofitinittd oo raw Illeis fX
<
Japs Are Deported When Wireless
Outfit and Concealed Explosives
Are Discovered By Authorities
Chairman of Inter Oceanic
Canals Committee Says
Panama Canal Will be Forti
liedManila
Manila Philippines Dec 29
United State military authorltcs to
day ordered tho deportation ac an
undesirable of a Japanese discovered
Inchnrgo f of a complct wireless out
nt near tho new naval station at
OlongapoAnother
Another Japanese wan committed
to < trial for storing high explosives
fa the oty limits 1 1 I Tho wireless out
nt was concealed nklllfully on the
root overlooking the naval station
Tho station was detected when a
paneIng veswl picked up an unin
telligible message The apparent dl
rection and distance was reported by
tho operator of tho boat and a hur
ried earch revealed the camp and
ho Jnpaneeo In charge
Will Fortify lie Ciiunl
Washington Dec 29 legislation
providing for the fortlfltatoa of the
Panama canal Is I practically certain
In the present congress according to
Senator Flint of California chaff
man of tho committee on Inter I
Interlocranlo
fortification undoubtedly I will bo the I
Orel measure of tho Taft program j
after appropriation bllj ore pawed
Thl announcement today follows
a white houro conference lost night
when Panama policies were dlscura
ed by the president and Senator
Flint and Senator lirandegee and
Ropnvcntativo Mann and Secretary
Knox and Secretary Dickinson Flint
raid he would start work today with
the war department framing a bill
covering rates of toll on the canal
and provisions for Its maintenance
and the ottabUrtitnent of govern
ment supply ftatlons
REBEKAHS
II11 TIIKIU OI1ICHItS Ion
KNSUIXQ YKAIt
Mbs Hcwlo lent WnUi N rpbla l Grand
or Iho 11I1t1ttlcle Lodge
No IT
Officers ware elected last night by
Ingleeldo lodge No 17 Daughters
of Rcbekah at tho lodge room In tho
Threo Links building Tlio officer
elected aro Mlra basic Lou Watts
noblo grand MISS Etta Uockenbach
oleo grand Mrs Mattlo Wtillmcr
recording wcrctory Mrs Lena Kfln
gor flminclal secretary Tho score
tart and treasurer were elected for
tho fifth consccuUvo limo Tho In
ttallatton will bo held January 11
when the appointive rmcore will bo
namedIllinois
Illinois Teachers Elect
Chicago Dec 9W IL Shyroolc
of Carbondalo III was olocted prod
dent of tho Illinois State Teachers
association Meeting hero today
A NEEDLES PRICK
Mrs Henry Scamon was
called to Graves county yester
day afternoon by the serious
condition of her sinter Mrs
Louise Dedrlck who Is suffer
Ing from blood poleonlng Sev
oral days ago Mrs Dedrick
pricked her finger while sowing
IPrlCk
but paid no attention to tho ap
parently slight injury Blood
S poisoning sot In and her entire
S arm Is now affected
55555555NEW
NEW CITY BOARD WILL
MEET NEXT MONDAY
Tho now city board of supervisors
composed of George Emery Prof
John D Smith and Race Dipple will
assemble at City Assessor Orrs office
next Monday morning to check over
tho 1910 assessment It Is the
opinion of Mr Orr that tho board I
will not completo going over the
four block maps for two months
after which complaints will bo heard
Tho block map commission Is wind
Ing up tho work on tho last book
and It will bo turno4 over to tho
assessors comet Imo In January
laiiT HKNNirrrs nom FOUND
Vnclidniiiin Wife arid ills Companion
Kllll Arc Missing
Key West Fin Dec IIThe
body of Capt Stuart IITheI I
New York magazine writer and
owner of the yacht Phra was found
near Western Banks His wlfo and
Herman Parker ono of tho men on
tho yacht also aro believed to havq
been drowned Bennett sailed from
Fort Myers last Friday
GOOD ROADS MEASURE
7
FOR FIVE CENTS TAX
Ixmlfvllle Ky Dec 29 Special
At tho good roads congrcM a
committee was appointed to draft a
good roads bill and present it to the
next legislature The bill la to pro
vide for a tax of five cent on the
dollar I
dollarLAST
LAST DAYS FOR PAYING
CITY AND COUNTY TAX
Today was tho last day for the
payment of state and county taxes
without tho additional penalty for
advertising Sheriff Jlouscr has about
completed his list for advertising
and In a few days tho names of tho
delinquents will bo published Sat
urday will bo tho last day for the
payment of tho city taxes and City
Treasurer George Walters and his
force are busy collecting tho coin
Tho penalty on the city taxes will
become effective Monday and his
office Is crowded with property
ownersChicago
Chicago Market
Doc High Low Close
Wheat 9 3 U 33K 93 M
Corn 47 = 4GT 47
Oats 31 III UllU
Paducah Could Sae
i
Money by New Rating I
By expending about 8010 for
Improvements to tho llro department
Paducah can bo placed In tho 2 Vol
class basis ot tho Kentucky Inspec
tion bureau and an annual saving of
8000 made to tho policy holders
of tho city Tho recommendations
of tho bureau have been received
and It Is likely that tho Improve
ments will bo mado as thoy aro not
considered exorbitant
Tho bureau demands that tho
Central station bo equipped with nn
automobile halo wagon manned
with four firemen to answer livery 1
alarm as a salvage corps and to
strengthen tho fire companies In tho
outer districts and especially at
meal hours when tho fire stations
havo only halt crows on duty It
Is prescribed that the automobile
wagon shall carry GOO feet ot rogue
lar hose ten waterproof canvas cov
erings two threo gallon chemical
flro extinguishers and other small
apparatus Other specifications con
slat of C a relief valvo In order that
tho firemen may shut off a stream
ot water at tho nozzle Instead ot
having to turn off the water at the
plug and that two shutoff nozzles
shall be supplied for each hose
wagon The purpose ot tho last
recommendations is to eliminate
water damage and tho cost would
not bo heavy rho Inspection of tho
local flro department was mndo last
October by E R Townsend ono of
the Inspectors of tho bureau and his
recommendations are not considered
excessive No Improvements are
necessary for tho pumping station
The Elder Corey Dies
DiesI I
Chester Pa Dec 29AJrr A
Corey 71 retired coal merchant and
father of W E Corey prod
dent of the United States Steel oor
poration died iioro today
THE WEATHER
The predictions for tomorrow
null tenipcrntiira for the past
twentyfour hours will be found
at the top of tho seventh column
Pa paeefoarr
MASS MEETING OF
BIG TAXPAYERS
TO MAKE PROTEST
Block Map Assessment Gets i
First Rise Out Of
Owners
Board of Supervisors Object
of Attack
AT CITY HALL FRIDAY NIGHT I
For tho purpose of considering tho
assessment of the city a mass meet
ing of tho citizens is called at the
police court room at the city hall for
Friday evening A petition signed
by eleven business men was clrculat
ed today The petition Is
To the taxpayers or raducah
Wo the undcreigocd taxpayers
and cltUen of Paducah hereby call
a mass meeting of taxpayers and
clUtens to meet at the city ballI I
police court room on the 30tbp of
roomlon
December 1910 at 730 p m All I
of the real estate in tho city haaI I
been valued by a commission for the
purpose of taxation for the next
four years We bolteve it to be very
Important that tho valuation of
property bo considered by those who
have to pay tho axes that no mis
tako shall bo made and to this oni i
wo ask all persons Interested In the
matter of taxation In Paducah to
meet with us at the time and place I
mentioned W E COCHRAN J A
GARDNER CHARLES K WHEEL I
ER JI LANG L S DUDOIS JI I
A RUDY GEORGE LANCSTAFF
DIP HUSBANDS F E LACK J L
WOLFF and H C RHODES
I
The fact that George Emery who
was a member of the commission
tbd made the ass lament is alto a
member of the bo rd of supervisors
which will pass ijion the work of
tho cummtesloc vah objection of
the citizen
This appgtatm nt was made by
Mayor Smith because he considered
it wise that a member of tho com
mission be a member of Ute board
of supervisors in order that at leaatI I
one member might be acquainted
with tho block system and able to I
defend it I
itLid II I
IM on insurance Co I
Columbus 0 Dec 29on ac I
count of the failure of the Northern
Banker of New York which wiped I
out tho Furtplus and Impaired tho I
capital stock of tho Aetna Indemnity
Company of Connecticut State In I
surance Commissioner Lemcrt today I
lamed an order against the writing I
of any new business for tho company I
In this state If the order is dig
regarded ho will revoke tho com I
p nrs llconpc
ROmiER lXI8 IOVE FREED
Clark Who Stole for Family Gets
init > o and n Job I
Now York Dec 29 Freedom was
granted yesterday to William Clark
of Brooklyn who robbed Mrs Jennie
Donnollor of No 1125 W Ono Hun
tired and Twentyfirst street Man
hattan eleven dajs ago to got money
to buy food for his starving wife and
tables Tho complainant did not ap
pear In tho Adams street court yes
terday and tho charge was dismissed
As Clark left the courtroom with
his weeping but happY wife and
youngsters a man gave him a letter
It was a recommendation for a job
as a driver for a department store
1You can start Monday said tho
IIIMI Then the probation officer
Miss Annie Connolly to whoso efforts
Clarks release was largely duo
handed him f GO which had been contributed
tributed There were tears in
Clarks eyes as he stammored rIll
Ill try to prove worthy of all youve
done for me Some day I hope to
pay pou nil back I
ICE BREAKS AND
TEAM GOES DOWN
ONE MAN AND HORSKS DROWN
HIS COMPANION MAKES
ESCAPE
Loltchflold III Dec 29Judgo I
Milton M Creighton and Constable I
Sparksman ot this city broke
through Ico with a team when cross 1
Ing Shoal Creek before noon to
day Creighton and tho team were
drowned but Sparksman came up
through tho broken Ico and escaped
Crelgbton was a brother of Judge
James M Creighton of Springfield I
and Judge Jacob Creighton of Fair
field FalrJ t
i
t f
4p
Brookport Girl Abandoned Here
By Man She Eloped With Yesterday
Is Taken Back Home By Sheri
Police Are Looking For Sam
Stafford 24 Years Old
Spent Night in Paducah Ho
tel Girl Unaffected
Fourteenye rs old Pearl Sbamllu
who eloped from Drookport last
night was abandoned hero this
morning by Sam Stafford 24 yean
old and she was taken charge of
shortly after 10 oclock this morn
Ing In front of tho Belvedere hotel
Second street and Broadway by
Sheriff Lyttou of Massac county
and Patrolman Andy Stewart She
Is tho daughter of Mrs Williams of
Drookport
Stafford left tho girl after break
fasting at the Delvedero hotel and
Is said to have boarded a north
bound Illinois Central train
The girl who Is a pretty brunette
was found after a brief search by
Patrolman Stewart and Sheriff Lyt
ton who learned that they had
lodged at tho Commercial hotel
Third and Jefferson streets last
night as man and wife
Tho first warning received here
was yesterday when Chief of Police
Henry SIngory received a message
from Drookport asking him to ap
prehend the couple If they came
here A description which was
given at tho time was used in
Identifying the girl this morning
although Sheriff Lytton was ac
quainted with her
According to J P Daniel clerk
at the Commercial hotel the couple
registered there about 4 oclock yes
terday afternoon as James VII
llama and wife Cairo III They
went out for a walk and returned a
few minutes later and went to room
No 2 which they occupied during
the night They ato supper and
went to their room and were not
thelrobm
robm In advance but still owes for
two suppers The room was found
empty this morning and the hotel
owners wore not informed of the
runaway couple this morning by
Patrolman Stewart
He and Sheriff Lytton traced them
to the Belvedere where they had
eaten breakfast but Stafford had
forsaken the young girl She was
taken to tho New Richmond hotel
and while there some one supposed I
to be Stafford telephoned her from
the Union station Before Chief of
Police Slngery could notify Patrol
man Gilliam at Union station Staf
ford had succeeded In leaving town
The girl denied any misconduct
and said she just came to Paducab
to have a good time Tho girl was
taken to her homo In Drookport on
tho steamer George Cowling at 11
oclock by Sheriff Lytton She wore
woreI
dress Stafford Is said to have worn
a light grey suit No charges were
made against them by tho local
police department
JOINT THROUGH
RATES RESTORED
i
INTERSTATE COMMEKCE COM
MISSION TEMPORARILY
SUSPENDS ORDER
Washington Dec 29 Joint
through rates over lines and con
necting railroads were restored torn
porarlly today when the Interstate
commerce commission ruspondcd the
recent catrcelatlon order uotll April
15 next Tap lines will eavo hun
dress of thousands of doars Ono
hundred and seventeen railroads
wore notified
CAPT G W KIRKPATRICK
ACCEPTS TWO RECRUITS
Captain George W Kirkpatrick
of Evansville arrived today and ac
cepted two recruits for tho United
States army at tho local station
They were Guy LeRoy of Paducah
and Willard O Coyle of Richmond
Ky Both were sent to Jefferson
Barracks St Louis for assignment
In tho Infantry Coyle who Is a
mechanical engineer Is 26 years old
land tho son ot wealthy parents He
IIS a college graduate and has two
1hrothers who served In the army
LeRoy Is 18 years old and has been
a clerk at Lindsays grocery Seven
teonth and Harrison streets Ho Is 1
jtho son ot Marion LeRoy of Prince
ton Captain Kirkpatrick will b e <
succeeded January 1 by Capt Tru
man W Carrlthors who Will mat o
mllkeIhls
LAST OF ZELAYAN
RULERS IN LATIN
AMERICA MUST GO
Tegucigalpa Honduras Dec 28
Tho rebel gunboat Hornet arrived
oft the Atlantic coast of Honduras
early today and simultaneously 3 < KM >
revolutionists begun marching on tho
capitalAlarm
Alarm among tho foreign residents
Is lessened somewhat by a belief that
Gen C Christmas and former Pros
dent Bonllla leading tbo army will
moot email resistance when they
reach this city I
Ailtljousli tho revolution will nnt
cgln officially until next Sunday
the strango rebel army composed of
Ill rnuguons Americans and Hon
lurane refused longer to bo hold In
book Fighting Is reported as the
rebels precede along the NIcarauguan
border
Washington is reported hero CI
favoring tho rebels duo to the
American anUZdaya policy
President DavlJIai is tho last to
maining vestige of Zelayalsm In tho
tropics
M W A Banquet
The annual banquet and social of
tho Modern Woodmen of America
Paducah camp No 11313 will be
held tomorrow evening at tho Threo
Links building Tho Royal Neigh
bors auxiliary will also take part
No special program has been ar
ranged and there will be no speeches
Tho annual election of officers was
hold several weeks ago I
THE FAIR ASSOCIATION
DIUEOTOItS MEET TUESDAY
Tho directors of tho Paducah Fall
association wild meet next Tuesday
night Plans jfor next year will be
beldlscu
discussed and the association will
take stops to meet a deceit said to
be existing In the treasury as a re
sult of tho fall fair Arrangements
may be made to lease tho fair
grounds for another year as the
present lease expires December 31
IHarry I Thaw Bankrupt
I
Pittsburgh Pa Dec 211Harrr
K Thaw slayer of Stanford White I I
and an inmate of Matteawan asylum
was discharged In bankruptcy today
There were no objectors HIs cred
itors will get about 20 per cent
A Popular Girl
Miss Lcxlo Armstrong ono of the
successful candidates In Tho Suus
last contort was fortunate again at
her homo in LovolocevJIlOi where tho
won a beautiful parlor lamp for sell I
ing the most merchandise during the
holidays In the storo of Mr Albert
ALbertiCUncr
Rescue Mission Tree
Tonight the annual Christmas tree
of tho Union Rescue Mission will be
given at Fifth and Trimble streets
The Rov R W Chiles and his wife
have been working and collecting
wlfelhave
gifts for the poor of tho city It Is
expected that at least 100 children
will be mado happy I
GREGORY MUST ANSWER
PERSONAL QUESTIONS
Louisville Ky Dec 29 Special
In the federal court this morning
Judge Evans ruled that former Pres
ident Gregory of tho Citizens Life
must toll his financial condition at
tho time he secured a controlling in1
InIIterest
terest In tho company
RUSSIANS PLOT
WITH DYNAMITE
IXNIKV POLICE UNCOVER UOM11
LOUORATORY IN ROBBERS1
DEV
London Dec 29 Translation pf
Russian anarchistic correspondence
found In tho home of a dead mem
ber of tho Hounds Ditch burglars
hero today convinces the police that
the gang was engineering another
series ot bomb outrages In Russia
Reports that anarchists will create
a demonstration hero at the corona
tion of King Georgo are discredited
as they would hardly endanger their
safety in this only European refuge
I
> r < t < u
MR W gr RIEKES
BUSY CAREER IS
CLOSED IN DEATH
Prominent and SsccestM
Merchant Long in BusiatM ±
I in This City
1I I 1
He Was a Native of Haaever
Germany
FUNERAL PLANS INCOMPLETEr
William Henry Rleke 73 years
old ono of Paducahs ablest and
most miecoarful buslneee men died
at 11 oclock this morning at his
home 1710 Kentucky avenue of
pneumonia Ho had ben HI since
last Thursday and for the past few I
days his condition had been extreme
extremety
craveMr
Mr RJeke was identified with the
leading business Interests here and
possessed rare business ability and
insight Ho waa popular and
was active although he had gonev
Into retirement from his business
life His death was a general shock
In the city where he was widely
widelyknown
< Mr Rlcke wag a noUve ot Han
over Germany and was > born la
1838 When be was about six years
old his parent PbMUp H and Clara
W Rieke immigrated to the United
States settling first In Cincinnati
CincinnatiOhio
Ohio where they made a temporary
residence and then removed to
Louisville Thero Mr Bloke wa
reared and educated and began the
lerchantile business Jn which ho HTW
very successful
During the winter ot J861 to came
to Paducah and established a whole
sale dry goods house with MB
brothers Messrs Frank and Charles
Rleko At the death of Wr Charles
Rieke he and Mr Frank Rieker
established n retail tkr < WAi sorec
at 322324 flroadway They con
Inued la ibualneea together + a lta i
short Ume after Ills brothers death
Mr Rleke < closed his store
A short time afterwards he and
his son Mr Frank Rieke established
aD too plant on South Third street
and later consolidated with the Padu
catr Ice company Mr Jlleke bad
been > practically roUred since starting
the Ice business which Is managed1
b atr Frank make
Jlla parents died In LoutevtHe In
1SC ho was married In this city to
Miss Monlma Smedloyv wboeo death
occurred 26 years ago Surviving
him aro three daughters and two
sons Mrs Edmund Clark of Iowa
IILrs Jamos Cooper oMIopklnsvUle
Mrs Roy L Oulloy Paducah and
ilessra Frank Henry iBlcko and
William flake both of this city He
also leaves one mater lire Emma
Sherry 534 Harrison street
Ho wall an exemplary member of
the First Presbyterian church and a
lombor of the Knight Tempters and
Knights of Honor lodges
Tho body Trill llo at the residence
tomorrow and the funeral may be
held either Saturday or Sunday Ar
rangements havo not been completed
Funeral of Mrs Mills
Tho funeral of Mrs EHiabotly 1
Mills who died yesterday at tho
homo of her son Mr Horace Mills
four miles from Paducah on tho
Mayfteld road was held at 2 oclock
this afternoon the Rev T D Rouso
officiating Burial was In Mt Ken
ton cemetery
Katlo Lee Shatter
Katie Leo Shatter the fouryears y
old daughter of Mr and airs law N
renoo Shaffer 70 > 3 Goebel avenue
died ot 9 oclock this morning after 1
a short illness of pneumonia The
funeral cortege will leave the reef
dence at 9 oclock tomorrow morn
ing and burial will be in Mt Pleas
ant cemetery Graves county tomor
row afternoon
I afternoon1vIil
I Will Go on tine Road
Mr Curtis Hop w > H has resigned
his position as manager of the Pa
ducal branch of the Singer Sewing
Machine company and has accepted a
position as a traveling salesman foe
tho LaxFos company with North
Carolina ashls territory Mr Jlope
well has been manager of the branch i
for two years and has mado many
friends In the city Ho will not re
more his family from tho city
Henry Lcvl
Jackson Tenn Dec 29lIenQ
I Levi a well known and highly es
teemed citizen died at bit tomb on
I Royal street Tuesday efternoon af
tor a brief Illness < Mr < Levi had
been la falling health for tome time
but hip condition 8S not regarded
las serious He wall engaged In the
fire Insurance business and was d
prominent Odd Fellow and win a
member I of Madison lodge No 161
ch1ld1eIrI He Is l survived by his wife and serer +
I M1 ti I
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