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The Salt Lake herald. (Salt Lake City [Utah) 1870-1909, July 04, 1897, Part One, Image 6

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ELLINGER AND EfSE IAN
Jury Finds Verdict For the Plain
tiff Fori715
STATE SUPREME COURT
HANDS DOWN A REVERSAL IN
SCHROEDER VS KtNNEY
Two Divorces Granted by Judge Riles
J B Hickman Cited For Con
tempt For Failing to Pay Costs of
Divorce SuitNew Suits Filed in
the District CourtShort Orders
and Notes
The trial of the case of Albert Ellin
ger against Henry Eiseman et al
which was begun On Wednesday was
resumed yesterday before Judge Cherry
and a jury The plaintiff sues to re
cover 140925 on a judgment rendered
In the state of Iowa and which the
defendant alleged had been fully satis
fied
Messrs Booth Lee and Gray repre
sented the plaintiff and Messrs Dey I
Street the defendants The jury re
turned a verdict for the plaintiff for I
171535 the amount claimed and in
terest I I
t SUPREME COURT
Short Orders Made and Opinion
Handed Down
A short session of the state supreme
court was held yesterday and the fol
lowing orders made
James Johnson vs Jeremiah Schenck
ec al appellants appellants granted
leave to file supplemental transcript
Malola Pool vs Southern Pacific com
pany appellants In pursuance of man
date from United States supreme court
ordered tha a new trial be had in the
district court and that the appellant
have Judgment for 15575 costs
On report of the examining commit
tee Robert R Moody was admitted to
the bar of the state supreme court
SCHROEDER VS KINNEY
Yesterday afternoon the supreme
court handed down an opinion in the
case of A T Schroeder vs C S Kin
ney appellant In which the lower
court which found the issues for the
plaintiff is reversed and a new trial
ordered C S Kinney gave his note
and secured the same by a mortgage
on certain real estate The property
was sold and the purchaser assumed
the mortgage Afterwards the mort
gage was toreclosed and Schroeder
sued Kinney on the note for about 700
deficiency Kinney pleaded that the
time of payment of the amountof the
mortgage had been extended without
his knowledge or consent and that such
action released him from liability The
district court held against Kinney and
gave Judgment against him for the
amount of the deficiency but the su
preme court held that this was error
and reversed the decision
PARTING OF THE TIED
Divorces Granted in Judge Hiles
Court Yesterday
The divorce suit of James A Shafer
against Lizzie Shafer came on for trial
yesterday before Judge HUes with At
torney JX C Eichnor representing the
plaintiff and the defendant not ap
pearing the decree was granted and the
plaintiff awarded the custody of the
children
The parties Intermarried In Salt Lake
City on Feb 26 JSSS It appeared from
the testimony that Mrs Shafer was
addicted to habitual drunkenness to
such an extent that for months at a
time she would be in a disgusting state
of intoxication and neglected her chil
dren Erwin aged 5 and Gladys aged
2 and t > n that ground the decree was
granted
Vissing vs Vissing
The divorce suit of Caroline Vissing
against Thomas E VJsslng which was
partly heard a few days ago and con
tinued to give the plaintiff an oppor I
tunlty to introduce further testimony
came up again yesterday before Judge
lilies and on the examination of Jane
Dibble Caroline Vissing and E Vissing
the decree was granted as prayed by
default the defendants failing to ap
pear
The parties intermarried at Copen
hagen on Aug 18 1835 and It was
shown that for more than a year the
defendant had failed to contribute any
thing to the support of his wife 1
Messrs H A Smith and C M Niel
sen were the attorneys for Mrs Vis
sing
J B Hickman Cited For Contempt
4 Lizzie Hickman was a few months
Jy ago granted a decree of divorce from
J R Hickman the well known min
ing and cattle man and the plaintiff
was awarded alimony and the defend
ant ordered to pay 250 attorney fees f I I
and the costs of the suit I I
It appears that Hickman has failed j j I
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to pay the attorney fees and costs and I
yesterday order was made in Judge j j I
Hiles court citing Hickman to show j i
cause on July 6 why he should not be
punished for contempt I
Must Produde the Contract I
The case of the Hecla Mining com
pany vs M T Gisborn came up be
fore Judge Cherry on motion of the
plaintiff for an order directing the de I
fendant to produce an original copy of
L certain agreement and after hearing i
the arguments his honor ordered that
the contract be produced
Attorney William Kahn represented I
the plaintiff and Judge Hoge the de
fendant The arguments were charac
terized by a war of words between the 1
attorneys which however didnt
amount to much although Judge
Cherry called them both down several I
times I
AN AUTHOR SUED
For Payment For Binding and Print I
ing Books
F J Cassano yesterday entered suit i
In the Third distrlit court against A
Lambourne to collect JS30UG on three j I I
causes of action For toe first fu e it I
iOtan
is alleged that Lambourne Is indebted to 1
7 s the defendant In the sum of J3s625 for
printing and binding a hook called PIet
it a Tale of the Wasatch that plaintiff
did the work and defendant has not paid
for tlto same i
For a pcoord cause of action it is al 0 i
Icged that defendant Is Indebted to the 1 I
plaintIff In the sum of 27696 for printing
and bindins a book called A Summer
In the Warntch and for a third cx use 0
of action that the defendant Is 1 indebted
to plaintiff in tin sum of JGS > for print
11a and bindins a book called Pictures i l i
of an Inland S i Judgment is prayed j
for In the agrrestc amount of 3002
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Short Orders and Notes
Joseph Lucas John Carroll and Sam i
Keetlng were arrested by Deputy Sheriff
GuIbnuiFcn jestenlay on a charge of
vuKraiicy and beiglng They mended
guilty before Justice McMaster and were
< sent to the county jail for ten days
E K Nsh wa arrested by Deriutv
Sherift Davis on a complaint sworn to
l > y Max Sohr charging that Nash raalie
ioufely destroyed five stencil plates valued
at J10 He was let go on his own rocognl
mace until Tuesday when hewill have
i hearing before Justice Sommcr Nash
was In the employ of Sohr and was die
charged and it LI chimed he destroyed
the slates for revenge Nash says the
stcncIK were his own and that he made
them Jn Ms leisure times at Jiomo I
Mao Helstron vs Lee Helstrom dis
J missed on motion of plaintiff I
I tL J M Ixujsley vs Western PiumWnc I
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Royal makes the food pare
wholesome and delicious
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IJ J I Absolutely Pure II I I
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QQTAL tea < a I Powers co nEW YORK
and Hardware company motion for a I
new trial argued and submitted
Albert Fisher vs George E Teasdale et
al motion for a receiver argued and I
submitted I I
W S McCornick vs Fred Simon dej I
murrer to comnlalnt sustained and leave i i
given eio amend I
Jarvis Conklin Mortgage comnany vs j
Denhalter et al motion of Judge Judd
for resale of property so as to pay him
Jl000 attorneys fees argued and sub
mitted I
SEAL CLUB
Annual Meeting and Election of
Officers
The Seal club of the Working Worn
ens league held its annual meeting at
I Theosophical hall West Temple street
on Monday evening June 28 at 8 p
m Dr Ellen B Ferguson the vice
I president presided hi in the absence of
Mrs W P Lynn the president whose
unavoidable absence through sickness
I was deeply regretted Reports of the
J past years work were made by Miss
i i Marie Horning and Mrs Lambert
showing the high appreciation of the
n ho gke
i members of the opportunities offered
I by the club meetings for social inter
j I course and self culture The subjects
selected for study during the coming
I year were househoud economics cur
I rent events and literature parliament
ary rules Mrs Shattucks manual
sanitation and hygiene duties and re
1 sponsibilities of women voters civil
government lives of eminent American
women epochs in American history
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It was unanimously decided that the I
fifth Monday occurring in any month I
should be set apart as presidents day
The following officers were then elected I
to serve for next year President Dr
Ellen B Ferguson vicepresident Miss i
Marie Horning recqrdlng secretary
Miss Matle Lambert treasurer Miss
Liana Lanche The club then adjourned
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until Monday Sept 6 1897 when a
sociable will be given to which all
working women are cordially invited I
JOHN EVANS D1AD
EXGOVERNOR OF COLORADO IS
CALLED H01TE
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Demise Caused by Exhaustion Due
to Old AgeOther Deaths Rec
orded Yesterday
Denver Col July 3John Evans one
of the foremost citizens of Denver
since 1S62 when he was appointed gov
ernor of the territory of Colorado by
President Lincoln died at 430 p m to
day He was 83 years old March 9 last
Old age was the cause
John Evans was born near Walns
ville 0 March 9 1814 In ISIS he grad
uated from the medical department of
Cincinnati college He first practiced
his profession at Attica Ind He at
once began advocating the establish
ment of state Insane asylums and In
1841 induced the legislature to build
one at Indianapolis of which he was ap
pointed superintendent In 1849 he re
signed this position to accept a chair
in Rush Medical college of Chicago
This place he held for 11 years During
I this time he took to the study of cholera
and it was largely through his efforts
that systems of quarantine against that
disease were first established Dr Ev
ans was for some time editor of the
Northwestern Medical and Surgical
Journal He also established the Illi
I
nois general hospital of the Lakes later
turned over to the Sisters of Mercy and
now known as Mercy Hospital
Dr Evans inherited a comfortable
fortune < from his father and this was
immensely increased by judicious In
vestments In Chicago realty His wealth
was liberally spent in the promotion of
institutions in which his sympathies
were enlisted The Northwestern uni
versity was one c these His work in
its establishment was recognized ia tne
name of his own Evanston He en
dowed the chairs of Latin and mental
and moral philosophy with 50000 each
For 52 years he was chairman of the
board cf trustees of the university Dr
Evans was one of the projectors of the
Chicago Fort Wayne and was for
years its managing director ia Chicago
tre t
He was a member of the city l council In l
18523 He vas a delegate to the first
national Republican convention and
was a personal friend of Lincoln and
one of his partisans In 1SC2 President
Lincoln appointed him governor of Col
orado and since that time he has been
one of the prominent citizens of the
elate He devoted much of his time to
railroad building the Denver Pacific I
and Denver City and Fort Worth being
built almost solely through his efforts
He gave hundreds of thousands of dol
lars toward the establishment of the
University of Colorado He was a
member of the Methodist church and
was proibably the largest contributor
to the church building movement in
Denver
Rev John Kimball
San Francisco July 3The Rev John I
Kimball formerly the editor of The
Pacific the organ of the ConGregation
alists in this city and state and for
many years conspicuous in religious
work died at his home on McAllister
street last night
Miss Ellen Miller
Southampton July 3I1ss Ellen MI1
ler the only daughter of Rear Admiral
Miller U S N died in London this
morning She has been sick ever since
she landed and is believed to have con
tracted typhoid fever while on the pas
sage across the Atlantic The news of
her death reached the admiral just as
the U S cruiser Brooklyn was on the
point of sailing for home The admiral
landed and took the first train to Lon
don The Brooklyn will not sail today
Election Frauds at St L ouis
St Louis July 3The grand jury has
indicted the following persons for
frauds committed in the Ninth precinct
of the Fourteenth ward at the recent
school board election
James Moran C F Moeller Thomas
F Carey Thomas F Dunn Charles H
Shoekmiller William Budde and Rich I
ard Carey I
Long Lost Son is Found
Phoenix Ariz July 3At Mean City
yesterday Dr I H H Hammond of
St Louis found his long lost son known
there as Harry Creelman whom he
had not seen for IS years The boy Jt
is said was stolen by gypsies at the
Instigation of a rejected lover of his
mother
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SILVER CUP FOR BRYAN
A flark of Great Appreciation by
I Utahs People
TO THE SILVER CHAMPION
A MOST ARTISTIC AND CHASTE
PIECE OF WORK
One Hundred and Fifty Ounces of
the White Metal Used in Its Man
ufacture The Interior Lined
With Gold The Vessel Beauti
fully Carved and Engraved With
Symbolical Figures Will be Pro
sentcd When Mr Bryan Betums
to Attend the Trans Mississippi
Congress
That the people of Utah have no
small regard for the great champion of
silver the Hon William Jenpings Bry
an was demonstrated beyond any
doubt in the reception and ovation ten
dered here during his stay in Salt Lake
last Thursday Had he succe ed in
being elected to the residency of the I
United States in the election last No I
vember he could not have been re
ceived in Utah with a warmer welcome
than that which he received
When Mr Bryan returns to Salt Lake
I to preside over the session of the trans
I Mississippi congress a few weeks hence I
he will be welcomed in just as fitting a I
manner
I I Some time during his stay here he I
115 I to be the recipient of a beautiful s = ll
1 ver cup which is to be presented to him I
I as a tribute from the people of Utah
I Every citizen of the state aurrecl j
ates the services he has rendered as the
fhl leader of eh silver cause and I
when it became known to a certainty
that Mr Bryan would be here during
the TransMississippi congress a popu
lar movement was set on foot in which
the mining men of the state took a I
leading part to get up some fitting re
i membrance for him
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the T R Jones bank and he is getting
it up just as perfect as can be The
total cost will be something like SrOO
In Its manufacture about 150 ounces of
silver will be used The interior will
be lined with cold and the value of it
will be something like 128 The height
ovf the cup will be about 22 Inches from
the base to the top of the lid upon
which will be a representation of a
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THE BRYAN CUP
Hon R C Chambers was made
chairman of the committee having the
matter 5n charge but being called sud
denly to California the duties assigned I i
to him fell upon Hon Thomas Kearns I
who wlth the assistance of his co
workers has left no stone unturned to
get up something to excel perhaps any
gift which Mr Bryan has ever received
from his admirers
A MARVEL OF BEAUTY
The cup will be a marvel of artistic
beauty and when completed It is safe
to say will be just about the prettiest
thing ever gotten up It is being man
ufactured by Mr E J Swaner under I
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HON THOMAS KEARNS WHO HAS BEEN CHOSEN TO TAKE
CHARGE OF THE PRESENTATION
miner standing at ease He reposes
there with one foot placed upon a rock
showing sixteen distinct stratas of sll
ver to one of gold
He is not discouraged buthe seems
full of hope so common among miners
He appears to believe the future has
something bright In store for him and
he remains at his post with his tools
around him such as the hammer and
drill all of which are plainly discern
able
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
Encircling the hull of the cup will be
two silver bands upon which will be
represented In embellished and raised
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1 work of solid gold the various agricul
tural products of Utah There will be
the pear peach apricot grape and
other fruits Below on the other band
will be a representation of vegetables
grains and grasses
I On the front side of the CUD the In
i scrIption will be neatly engraved above
I which will be a bee hive arranged in 1
sixteen bands of silver to one of sold
The eagle represented above will have
I sixteen silver feathers to one of gold
In hIs outstretched wings and breast
J Upon the other side will be a rep
resentation of the Great Salt Lake as
I it appeared to the pioneers when the
I first glimpse met their eyes when they
I reached the big mountain
I Two little cupIds are holding a ban
ner In another place surrounded by a
wreath of flowers
In another place is a wreath of dai
sies with the center In cold and sur
rounded by sixteen delicate petals All
of this Is In embellished and raised
work upon the burnished background
Surrounding the stem of the cup the
sego lily the state flower of Utah is
In evidence and at the base will be
neatly engraved a view of the eagle
gate the temple block and the build
ing In which the presentation is to be
made
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Health and happiness are relative
conditions at any rate there can be
little happiness without health To give I
the body its full measure of strength I
and energy the blood should be kept
pure and vigorous by the use of Ayers
Sarsanarllla
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Thick Heads Are Useful
Sacramento Cal July 3Charles I
Yates a Hawaiian who conducts a sa
loon in this city was shot by an en
raged colored woman The shot was
fired directly from above at a distance
of a few feet and the bullet which was
41 calibre was flattened on top of I
Yates skull to the thickness of a dime
and the services of a surgeon were re
quired to remove it Yates went back
to his place of business and thought
I I was nothing arrested of the incident The woman I
I Will Have a Q Good Time I
San FrancIsco July 3Mrs Brad
bury the wife of a Los Angeles mil
I lioaalre who eloped with H R Ward
I now talks freely of her escapade She
and Ward have taken rooms In a lodg
i tag house In the Tenderloin district
j and after orderIng a meal from a
I French restaurant she said
You may call this either a love
I match or a scandal I prefer to call It
a romance Colonel Bradbury was a
kind husband but I have happiness
I with Mr Ward He can support me
I and I have no fear of desertion
Mrs Bradbury deriss that she pavned
all ner jewelry but confesses = > to a
shortage of ready money She proposes
to have a good time and seems sur
prised that her capitalist husband has I
not pursued her Mr Ward prefers not
to talk about his wife and children
who are now abroad
Q = C
Because He Could Not Sleep
I St Louis July 3Because he could
not sleep William Marzlauf one of
four grown brothers who live together
in a comfortable home at 1023 Morri
I son street killed himself last night Ills
body was found hanging in the cellar
at an early hour today
A Protege of Joe Blackburn
I San Francisco July Richard T
Board who has been held for trial be
fore the superior court of Alameda
county for forging a 55D check is a
protege of Senator Joe Blackburn of
Kentucky and his father was for 30
years clerk of the United States cir
cuit court of Kentucky
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San Francisco and Return 2650
via
Rio Grande Western Baiway
For Rio Grande Western train No3
leaving Salt Lake City at 1115 p m
July 5 and No 1 leaving at 1225 p
In July 6 a rate of 2050 is announced
by Rio Grande Western railway to San
Francisco and return
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TO SAN FRANCISCO VIA PORT
LAND
Excursion via O S L By
July 2 5 6 and 7 good returning July
30 Only 4150 Call at corner Second
South and West Temple
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EXCURSION TO SAN FRANCISCO
Via Portland and 0 S L By
Only 1150 July 2 5 6 and 7 Limit
July 31 City ticket office corner Sec
ond South and West Temple
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trom Ammonia Alum oran other adulterant
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1 HAPPY JOYOUS ONG OF F Ml E
Coming From the Lips of Thousands of Cured Patients Who
Live Right Here Among YouThe Mighty Voice of
a Grateful People Sings to You That Drs Shores
Shores Cure Chronic Diseases And the Lofty Wa
S satch Edhoss Back II Cures Cures Cures I I
From Every State from the Atlantic to the Pacific comes praise from
cured patients none however but home people are allowed to pub
licly testify in order that you can see them yourselves and learn the
truth
New names now faces new troubles but the same old story of splendid
cures at a trifling costthis is the proud record t > f the peoples doc
tors A low fee > mild and painless treatment and a guaranteed euro
is the motto that has made Drs Shores Shores household words
from Logan to St George
Bead the testimony of your friends and neighbors Go ye and do
likewise
A PIONEER SPEAKS TO YOU
She Has lived in Utah Nearly 50 Years
Drs Shores
Treat and
Cure
Catarrh
Asthma
Bronchitis
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Weak and
Sore Eyes
Hay Fever
Deafness
Neuralgia
Insomnia
Heart Dis
ease Dys
1 pepsin
1 Bheuma
I tism
Mi Malaria
I m Chronic
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Kidney
Disease
Nervous
Diseases
Blood
Diseases
Skin
r Diseases
Female
Diseases
Hemor
rhoids
IRS SUSAN N SPERRY
243 West Sixth South Street Salt Lake City
Mrs Susan M Sperry residence 213 West 6th South street this city Is one of
the few living pioneers who came to Utah whon Its only inhabitants were Indians
and coyote The lady is the wife of the venerable Bishop Sperry of the Fourth
ward and her busy useful life and kind and gentle nature has won the esteem
or every one who knows her and they will all rejoice at her recovery
She says I have suffered from Catarrh for many years but did not know
what my trouble was until I consulted Drs Shores Shores Not only was my
head and throat affected but also my stomach which got so bad that I had little
or no appetite
I was constantly spitting and hawking to clear my throat I had a severe
couch and terrible headaches My nose would stop up first on one side and then
on the other and at times I could not sleep on account of It I finally consulted
Drs Shores Shores who told me what my trouble was and advised me to have
It attended to at once I did so and began their treatment June 11th and have
since followed their instructions I want to s = y their treatment is 1 mild and pain
less and that these doctors have been very kind to me I began to mend almost
from the llrst and although I have treated but two weeks I feel 50 per cent bet
ter
They certainly give mere for the money than any doctors I ever heard of and
their treatment is truly wonderful My nose is becoming clear my cough subsid
Ing and I sleep splendid now I can truly say I am getting better every day
and feel positive of a permanent cure in a short time I freely recommend these
doctors to my friends
CHILDREN OFTEN SUFFER FROM CATARRH
The Story of the Suffering and Belief of a Beautiful Child
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LITTLE CLARA L ENDERS
Daughter of Mrs P Enders 408 South Sixth East Street this city
Mrs P Enders mother of the sweet little girl whose picture Is given above
is another mother who feels grateful to Drs Shores 1 Shores for their good work
in helping her little one Mrs Enders describes a case that is very common among
children and parents would do well to watch their little ones and check this dread
disease before It saris the life out of the little innocents who look to them for
protection Mrs Enders says My little girl Clara has suffered for some tlma
with a peculiar trouble which jJuzzled me and worried mo considerably She Is
naturally a bright healthy child but of late become nervous shy and irritable
At night she would snore so it often woke me up and her breathing was so hard
nnd labored that I sat and watched her many nights not knowing what to do Her
tonsils became swOllen and It seemed that her voice was affected slightly
I finally concluded it must be Catarrh from the symptoms I have seen of
those who suffered from that disease and as my friends all recommended Dr3
Shores I took her to see these specialists
They confirmed my opinion and told me she really suffered from Catarrh
and that Itwas quite common In children
I then placed her under their care and she began to take their treatment She
began to Improve at once and has steadily cot better as time went on She has
treated now one month and Is almost a new child She sleeps better breathes
much easier in fact I seldom hear her breathe at all now and she feels better
generally
genf swelling In her tonsils has gone down and I am well satisfied with her
progress
I feel sure another month will cure her and I gladly recommend these doctors
to all my friends who may need their aid
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Consultation antlAdvlce Always
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to 5 p mJ Sundays 10 a m to 12 WRITEDrs their new symp
noon evenings Tuesdays and Fri I I i tom list and get their
days only 7 to 8 p m I advice free
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Salt Lake City Utah
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