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I West Va.? Fair 6i
tonight; slightly fj
warmer In north ?
AD. west; Friday fair. 0
Weather Readings, p
BWjMFfe-Tp Temperature at I
s a. m. today, 26. p
Vcstorday's weath- jj1
? 153 ur> clear; temper- j
? ' >, T1 iture, maximum, b
08; minimum, 24; n
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EVENTS TONIGHT. j(
Cunningham building ? Knights o( ]
Malta. li
Ekinner building?Ladles of the Golden a
I :* Eagle. ii
Fleming building ? Mountain City
Lodge, K. of P.
Odd Fellows' hall?Patriarchs Militant. u
Bed Men's hall?Setting Sun.Tribe. 0
Maccabee hall?The Owls. w
Musgrave hall?Knights of the Golden f<
Eagle. j(
Normal school?Story Telling club. n
First M. E. church?Chicken supper. ?
" '. ,t Coleman avenue?Ladies' Aid Society
of Grace Lutheran church at the
home of Mrs. W. F. SbatTerman. 0
The Fairmont?Rotary club organlza- it
tJon.
Williams Memorial?Epworth League
Union. tl
Court House?Marion Couuty Bar As- D
sociatlou. ri
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A Frosty Morning ? An unusually w
frosty morning was experienced this ni
morning and the mercury dropped to a
84 after having been higher during V
the past few mornings. This was the p
coldest morning since Monday when
the mercury was down to 21?the lowest
temperature of the season. F
Will Be Tried?Two different charg- G
es of selling whiskey have been pre- H
ferred against Andy Rapcicb, a Croa- it
tian, of Farmlngton and he will be G
tried by Justices Musgrove and Cona- K
way this afternoon. Officers yester- t<
day said that several people claim
Rapclch brought in 250 quarts of whiskey,
but the measures were mixed for G
some reason or other and it Is now 1'
. claimed that they were pints and not I w
quarts. Attorney L. C. Musgrove is Cl
counsel for the defendant. h
Workman Injured?Tom Peliko an
Italian laborer bad one of lits hands "
badly mashed while at work yesterday
moving a large stone on the Kast J1,
aide. The stone fell on his hand
Inashlng three fingers.
Gives Victrola to School?The East
Park school is the proud possessor of
a handsome victrola which was pre- ''
tented by one of the patrons of the
tchool, P. N. Long. The teachers and c
pupils of the school had recently ?
Started a campaign to secure the musical
instrument for the school and
when Mr. Long heard it he purchased ^
the instrument and yesterday had it .
delivered to the school much to the '
delight of the teachers and pupils. ?
The funds already raised by the .
school will be used in the purchase of .
records for the Instrument.
Aunt Dies?Mrs. L. N'. Wetzel went ,
to Ijlttleton this morning where she
was called by the death of her aunt, ,,
Mrs. Aaron Hlxenbaugh whose death ||
occurred at the home of her daugh- ,
ter, Mrs. Anna McGtumphey, in t
Wheeling yesterday. Mrs. Hlxenbaugh
had been a patient at a Wheeling
hospital but was recently taken r
to the home of her daughter where t
(he died. The body was taken to Lit- {
tleton for interment. I
Drunk Fined?Charged with being *
drunk Godfrey Johnson was before j
Mayor Bowen at the session of police
eourt yesterday. It did not take long
for the mayor to find that he was |
guilty, whereupon he was given a fine r
of $5 which he paid and was dismiss- t
To Inspect Canton?Canton Monon- p
gahela. Patriarchs Militant, will be Inspected
on Friday evening, Novomber
16, In Odd Fellows' Hall.
Off on Gunning Trip?D. B. Aumiller,
of The White Cloud restaurant,
and H. H. Garlits are on a gunning
trip to The Glades, near Morgantown.
^ . Degree Team at Work?Last even'
" /: - ' Ing the degree team or White Oalt
Camp, Woodmen of the World, drilled
at Maccabee hall. The; are getting
eSjV tnto condition for the Initiation of a
class of fifty about January 1. On
June SO last they Initiated a class of
eighty-five. The camp has a membership
of 750. The degree team Is arranging
to hold a box social In De.
cember. The officers of the degree
team are W. E. Daugherty captain;
David Baker, first lieutenant; Eli
Daugherty, second lieutenant.
Received Application?At last night's
meeting of Palatine Lodge, I. O. O.
F., one application for sal*Whip
was received.
Justice Resigns?Jnstice M. W. Harris,
of Union district, elected on tha [
Bpubllcan ticket at tbe last general ba
ectlon, baa resigned and removed mi
hus lar no person has been appoint- Is
I as constable ot Paw Paw district. ml
An Indian Hunter This?Preferring
om tbe blast Side to Wlnfield district, be
bow and arrow to a rifle, Leonard lnl
saltli, aged 74 years, a Civil war vet tw
an, yesterday told County Clerk A. wl
, Martin that he learned that method
hunting wheu he was captured by I
idians in South America when a boy. ty
he Indians look au interest in him ve
id taught him how to shoot. He tla
irved with in&lincllon during the Civil in]
ar. During the coming winter he ex- ne
icts to hunt and trap considerably Mi
id that is why he secured a county thi
nense yesterday.
I
Mannington 24 Miles Now?Because *8
! detours in the road Mannington is clt
renty-four miles from Fairmont at tlo
eseut. The best detour is the one be
f the way of Fairmont and Wheeling ws
irnpike to Basnettsvllle, around Hill Gr
o. V at the mine at that point thence 18
i Farmlngton anil up the Buffalo turn- an
ike to Mahnlngton. A few rough H
ilea are experienced over this route,
[though It Is the best available at this
me. Rt
Cc
Quite a Butchering?Four hogs with Pu
combined weight of 1.5U0 pounds lb
ere butchered on Monduy by Luther
larrington of Locust avenue who has
amewliat of a reputation for raising Sr
tie hogs. Two of the hogs butchered c''
elgbed 325 pounds each while the a'
thcrs tipped the scales at 400 and 450 Wi
ouuds.
Ten Federal Prisoners?Ten Federal ',a
risoners who are now confined to the "E
ounty Jail will be taken to Phllippl m'
ext week by Deputy United States Pa
iarshal J. D. Moore. They will appear CI
efore the Federal grand jury. Nine
len and one woman are included. The |l
ical officers who will testify are: M
heriff A. M. Glover and Deputy Sher- II
fs John Glover, Robin Hood, and
loward Adams. Effort will be made to
ear their testimony at such times so
s It will not cripple the sheriff's office
i this county.
Arrested a Slacker?Yesterday Dep- 1
ly United States Marshal J. D. Moore, ' p
t this city, arrested Boyd Thorn, "
hlte, at Bellngton, Barbour county.
>r being an alleged slacker. He was
tiled preparatory to appearing before
tc Federal grand jury at i'hilippi next
eek.
Home From Ohio?W. C. Daugherty,
f No. 704 Palatine avenue, East side,
v.,ft *-i- * - lt
, mvuio uuui u 11 ip iu rrecport, u. I t^
I gl
Acquires Property?The purpose otj ^
io visit of Bishop Donahue, of the
ijoceso of Wheeling, to Morgantownf er
icently was to purchase a valuable
lece of ground in Morgantown which
ill be oivcted a building for the use t0
f a Catholic club for the young men q,
nd women of that faith who attend |r(
test Virginia University. He stop- jj,
ed here en route. hc
Were on Committees?Among the ^
airmontcrs on. the various commit- jj,
;es to arrange for the reception of
overnor Cornwell at Fort Benjamin
(arrison on Saturday are the follow- c0
ig: Invitation committee, Arthur 1. wi
arrctt; local publicity, Odell P. Mc- m,
iinnev; program and favor commit- ..
>e, William D. Doolittle. jai
To Collect Taxes?Sheriff A. M. ~
lover will collect taxes in Fail-view !p
nnorrow and Saturday. After he aj
inda up Paw i'aw district his taxi se
Dllcclion work will be confined to )n
Is office in tbe court house. | flr
Colored Soldiers all Pass?Word] ar
na received at the office of the locai I ..
ran board today that all of the eight I J;d
nlored troops that left the city in ar
le last quota for Camp Lee had suc-| 0_
eeded in passing their final physfcal
lamination. yf
Three Cent Stampe Scarce?For
ame reason the local post office has .
een unable to get a supply of three
ent stamps and the three cent stampd
envelopes. The stamps were or- II
ered over two weeks ago. N
Capt. White at Philippl?Captain
iemble White of the local draft board
i in Phllippi today aiding In the oranlzatlcn
of a newly appointed draft
oard that will have charge of future
raft plans In that town. Late today
iapt. White had not returned.
Ayer Transferred?C. W. Ayer who
as been a supervisor of construction of
t the new Clarksburg terminal has pc
een transferred to Rivesville to do se
iuiilar work in the construction of pi
he new Monongaheia Valley Traction F\
'nninfin-. .......
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Deeds Recorded?These deeds were r0
ecordcd today by A. G Martin, coun- fU
y clerk: George \V, Ice et ux.. to
harles II. Wilson, parcel of ground wi
n the Ice Addition of Barrackville, j}j
1600; J H. William et ux., to Clark to
Comper, a pnrcel of laud in Downs,
.incoln district, tl. da
sli
Home from Rochester, Minn.?Mrs.
I,. Goodrutu returned Monday from o(
tochester, Minn., where she had at- 0I)
ended clinics at the Mayo Brothers'
nstitutlon. Mrs. Goodrum accom- of
anied Mr and Mrs. E ,M. Showaiter ev
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ma trom that place where the-forir
had been a patient Ur. Showaltei
considerably improved by the treatint
received.
.
New Car Stop?One new atop has
en added to tbe Palrmont-Falnriew
:er-urban line. Tbe new stop la beeen
Highlawn and Wood Run and
11 go by tbe name of Paw Paw.
S. S. Convention?Tbe Marlon connSunday
school convention will conne
tomorrow afternoon at tbe Cbrlsn
cburcb at Barrackvllle. An even;
session will be beld also. Promlnt
speakers from various parts of the
>nongabela valley will participate in
a program.
Right of Way Secured ? Today an
reement was filed In the eountv
irk's office between Tbe Consolidan
Coal company and The Monongala
Traction company for the right of
ty on two tracts of land at Cblefton,
ant district. The traction company
also given permission to erect poles
d string wires. The consideration is
5.
Purchased Automobiles ? Countj
lad Engineer Frank Wllfong and
instable Homer Kobinson recently
rchased automobiles. Both Fords at
at
Hearing Postponed ? Justice Musove
will hear Andy ltapcic on a
arge of selling whiskey on Friday
ternoou at 3 o'clock. The hearing
is originally scheduled for today.
Judge Expected Home Soon?Word
is bean received here that Judge Wiltm
S. Haymond will arrive in Fair
ant from Michigan during the latter
,rt of the week. He will preside over
rcuit court next week.
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BRITISHJDVAMCE
erman Military Expert
Writes Frankly of Fighting
in Flanders.
(By Associated Tress)
COPENHAGEN, Nov. 8.? Unwilling
stimony of the Irresistible might of
e British offensive in Flanders is
ven by Lieutenant von Ardenne.
e military critic of The Tr -eblatt,
Berlin, who sends from the Flands
front a graphic picture of the dlfliltles
of the German defense.
No way, he says, has been devised
prevent the "Are roller" ns the
jrmans term the moving barrage,
am making slow and steady gains,
s reports the German losses as very
avy if an attempt is made to hold
e front line trenches in force, while
thin line adds to the speed of the
'Itish advance.
"The sultering of the defenders In
e front line, the General writes,
mposed of shell holes almost filled
Ith water, are such that the men
ust be relieved every two days in
Baa or every week or ten days as
it year. The infantry now spends
o days on firing line, two In suprt
an dtwo In reservo until relieved,
te German artillery Is so numericly
Inferior to the British that It Is
ldom relieved and as it can not dig
owing to the boggy terrain It must
e -without cover.
"The conditions in the shell holes
e such that men falling into the
nter or them are lost unless assist.
Horses breaking into the morass i
e shot because it Is impossible to
trlcate them.
"German counter attacks can tra:rse
the fire rollers only by smail
itachments In single file. The loss
slight if the maneuver succeeds
herwlse.
I. C. A. DIRECTOR
PLEAD JOR CABS
(By Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Nov. 8.?Directors
the National Coal association spared
today to a committee reprenting
the Railroad War board, the
lority Shipment commission, the
lei admtnstration and the Interstate
immerce commission, as Ing them
give the coal Industry enough railad
cars to enable it to produce on
11 time.
The directors of the association,
lich represents more than half the
luminous production of the country,
Id the committeemen that the coal
luatlon was becoming worse every
y because or lack of coal cars and
jw movement.
At Pittsburgh alone It was raid (o.-1
10 tons of coal have been held with
it movement after being loaded.
More miners arc going Idle for lack
cars every day, they told the govnment
officials.
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III Y.M.C.A. DRIVE
Meeting Will be Held This
Afternoon in Chamber
of Commerce.
18,300 ISJEEDED HERE
Campaign Will Begin Sunday
and Last For a
Week.
Machinery will be put in operation
late this afternoon for the big Y. M.
C. A. War Camp Recreation fund
campaign that Marion county will experience
next week. For this purpose
a committee o ftwenty-flve men will
meet at five o'clock this afternoon in
the office of the Fairmont Chamber
kr Commerce.
Featuring the meeting this afternoon
will be an address by Mr. Fencll,
a representative sent to Fairmont
Trom the War Work Council. Mr. Fencll
Is a speaker thoroughly experienced
along the lines of campaign work
and will doubtless prove of much
value in formulating plans and organizing
the campaign.
Plans will be introduced to carry
out the work of both the Y. M. C. A.
campaign, of which Marion county's
quota Is 17.500. and the war camp
community recreation campaign, of
which the county's quota is $800.
making the county's quota for the two
campaigns $8,300.
T.- 4 . n,.lafr ,tn
rjvcrj iuwii in uiv vuumj iuupi ??w
its part in raisins this sum. Committers
will be appointed aiming to extend
the campaign to every community.
Just what committees will be appointed
and what the work of each
committee will be. will he outlined after
the discussion this afternoon.
Marion county has a clean record
as far as recent campaigns are conci
ned, oversubscribing the last Y. M.
C. A.-Red Cross campaign, both the
First and Second Liberty loan campaigns.
and many other smaller campaigns
of less importance. There is
not the least doubt in the minds of
those In charge that the county will
respond jusa as readily to this efTorL
The campaign in Marion county for
totli the Y. M. C. A. fund and for the
war camp community recreation fund
will begin and end at the same time
a national campaign is on to raise
$35,000,000 for Army Y. M. C. A.
work.
Marlon county's campaign will begin
Sunday morning. November 11.
and continue until Saturday night.
November 17.
City Hall Notes
Claud Fleming, of the American
Laundry, was arrested Tuesday for
speeding and summoned to appear yesterday
morning before Mayor Bowen.
lie did not report at the time summoned.
Chief Ilarr says tHat the case is
settled.
The owner of the two mules arrested
last Saturday by Policeman Ward
appeared in Fairmont yesterday and I
after paying the cost oi their keeping
returned with them to I'lncy run. about I
13 miles from this city.
There was no police court this morning.
Cliiet ilarr spent the morning lecturing
oil the good conditions prevailing
in Fairmont just now. resulting in
nlmost three solid weeks of blank police
programs.
Mayor Bowen did not report at police
court this morning. His place was
filled by City Attorney Albert J. Kern.
INSURANCE AGENCY MOVES.
The Miller and Miller Insurance
agency has moved its oflice from the
Jacobs building to the Hall block over
Martin's drug store. The agency
which-was established in 1911 by J.
C. and S. E. Miller and represents
several tire insurance companies in
ciuaing 1110 American 01 aewwn, i-x.
J.; St. Paul, of St Paul, Minn.; Astern
Underwriters, of Camden, N. J.;
Northwestern of Caledonia, Scotland;
Boston, of Boston, Mass.; Lloyds
Plate Glass Insurance and the U. S.
Fidelity and Guaranty company of
New York.
The Etcrncl Feminine.
Another reason why a woman Is a
woman is because she would rather
have the right kind of shoes than the
right kind of feet?Dallas (Tex.)
News.
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phiilipi sttvens
is nohmm
Spent His Money Regardless
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to rvcep nis record
Straight.
Phillip Thomas Stevens, order
number 80 and serial number 015, a
colored delinquent who (ailed to appear
before the local dratt board for
physical examination when summoned
several weeks ago, appeared at the
office of the draft board yesterday afternoon.
Stevens registered in Fairmont
although his home is in Norfolk,
Va. Shortly alter registering
here he left for Philadelphia. I'n.i
where he has been employed. Not receiving
his mail, he had not known
that he was wanted in Fairmont.
Some of his mail was forwarded to
his home In Virginia and thence to
him. At an expense of about $31! ho
came to Fairmont to make sure that
I he would not get in wrong with Dnele
Sam. After a short physical examination
given him upon arriving here,
he was dismissed because of physical
inefficiency.
With the report of Stevens there
are yet ten delinquents that nave net
reported for physical examination.
PAW Ainr nniinni A
WtSI Slut olinullLo
CAN FLY BANNER
All the ward schools of Fairmont
Independent school district are now
Junior auxiliary organizations of the
National Hed Cross society, each of the
schools having attained Its quota which
makes them eligible to become Junior
auxiliaries and to flout from the buildings
the lied Cross banner.
The Miller school came In today with
its quota of $1115, one hundred and five
dollars of which was subscribed by the
children. Donations were received
from patrons of the school bringing the
sum to $120, and another patron came
in today and made up the deficiency
and brought the sum taken into the required
figures of $135.
The Fleming and Barnes schools
came in yesterday with their prescribed
quota and the White and Butcher
schools reported their campaign successfully
completed earlier in the week.
The East side schools, is is understood,
will start similar campaigns in
the near future.
Salvation Army
Wants Clothing
' Appeal is being made by Captain
John O'Blerne of the Salvation Army,
for clothes, shoes, quilts, blankets and
stoves, which are needed for babies,
girls, boys and adults. Two families
are In need of shoes, undergarments
and overcoats. In one of these families
there arc five children. The ages
range from one to ten years. The
other with seven children, ages ranging
from one year to fifteen. These
are in need of shoes, undergarments,
etc.
Persons having any of the foregoing
1 articles for this purpose will kindly
telephone Captain O'Biernc, Bell Telephon
933 or address a postal card to
him at the Salvation Army headquarters.
|| MANN1NGTON |
Taken to Hospital.
Joseph S. Lazear, of this city, was
taken to North Wheeling hospital yesterday,
suffering from a sudden attack
of bowel trouble. He will under a surgical
operation in that Institution. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Lazear, his
brother, J. R. Lazear, W. T. Smith, Mrs
W. D. Smith and Dr. F. W. Vance.
Moving to Indiana.
Mrs. Frank Llndentha! and three
children, who have been residents of
this city for the past few years, lert
yesterday for Kokomo, Indiana, where
they will reside, Mr. Lindenthal having
been there for some time.
Surprise Birthday Party.
A surprise party was given for Mrs.
D. T. Roberts of near here Saturday
evening, the occasion being her sixtyeighth
birthday. Many friends and
neighbors were present and a bountiful
oyster dinner was prepared and disposed
of.
Back from the West.
Jack Enoch, a former resident, has
returned to.Mannlngton after spending
the past five years in tl/6 Oklahoma
and Kansas oil fields. He left yesterJ?B*
AHKRN.
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Shoes F(
: ARE WORN BY MEN IN A
PRICES RANGE FROM t
| THEY. ARE MADE II
; LASTS AND LI
' NEW SHIPMENT Jl
Sold Exclusively F
iron
Originators and Leaders of I
day for Cameron where his people re- at
side and after a short visit will return tOei
to tile west. 1 giv
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Horses for Cavalry. ! her
John W. Wright, of Belmont. Uliio.1 wit
government horse buyer, was here yes- j j
terday buying horses for the L'. S. i i?,r
cavalry and artillery. A number ot j p
white and gray animals were up for | (_-UI
luspoetlon, all of which were turned ; H[|i
down. ^
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Personals.
Mrs. W. J. Claspell and daughter. .
Miirv rofnriipti tn llwir limiu* ill
Wellsburg yesterday after a visit with erl
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ucull.
A. C. Collins, of Underwood, was In
the city on business yesterday. ?
Mrs. Ellsworth Thouias, of llaywood, j)ce
is the guest of her husband's parents, ''h?
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas.
Myron Snodgrass is home from I
Wheeling for a short visit with his par- wai
euts. h
Mrs. Ida Shrlvcr and friend. Jack Mr
Woods, have returned from a visit at left
Hound llottom, i'a. Mr
I.. A. l.lneoln, of Burton, was here on I'a.
business yesterday. 'I
Mrs. lfavtd T. Itoberts, of near the ri v
city, will leave soon lor Oklahoma. <
where she will spend the winter. in
Mrs. Barrack returned to her home '
in New Martinsville yesterday alter a the
visit with Mr. and Mrs. I,. II. Clelland
on Jefferson street.
Edward Federer has gone to Grafton
lor a visit with his brother, Joseph j
Federer.
Mrs. W. E. Hess attended a dluncr (
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? I rl high grade
SI '[ their most i
S j tl winter stock
O / bought befo
S nbK *4 a saving of
I One lot of Women's and Growing Girl
these are broken lots, values up to
at
SHOES FOR THE I
Children's and .Misses $1.50, 51.J5, $2
the boy. button or lore.
$2.00, $2.25,!
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UULHO
ir Men
ill walks of life.
13.00 UPWARD and
V ALL STYLES,
SATHERS
fST RECEIVED,
[ereabouts by
iow Prices in Fairmont.
the home ot her lather, Robert
ihaui. in Fairmont,,Monday evenii
en lr lionor or the letter's olrthdn;
Irs. It. It. Nay lett last evening I
home in Wheeling after a vl .
h relatives here.
Irs. llyron Stuck has returned to t
ue here after a visit in Detroit: Mil
invld H. Peoples and Watt Loper,
noron. have returned to their horn
sr a visit hero.
Stanley L. McClellan has return
or a two weeks' visit in Washli
. D. C., and other points in tha as
Iiss Motile Kulin returned to t
lie In Lore City. Ohio, yesterday t
i visit with her sister, Mrs. Lee Hi
r here.
Irs. Charles E. Brooks, who b
u the guest of Mrs. James 1. PL
>. on lilgh street, has returned
homo in Cleveland, Ohio.
oter Daniels, of Unlontown, E
i here on business yesterday...
Irs. George Thomas, ot this city, s
s. Ellsworth Thomas, ot Haywoi
. yesterday tor a visit with Mr. at
s. P. C. Whltlatch in Washlngti
rho.iias Murphy has returned ft
isit at Ills home in Zanesvllle, Oh
D. James has returned to his ho'
IVestou after a visit here,
drs. J. Kestus Rex. of Hundred,
guest ot her son, Fred Rex, hen;
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re the recent advance, there Is
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wn, Gray or Ivory Kid comblna-!
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cloth tops.
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50 to $8
$2.45
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