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HAPPENINGS IN AND ABOUT TOWN SIXTY CANDIDATES GIVEN DEGREES Knights of Columbus Order Exemplifies Degrees Upon Members Sunday. Fe. end and third d'gre-; were exemplified upon 50 ra ndldate for th Knichts of dumbus S inday afternoon in IM. h.i'I. Forty-Fix of th mnrtidatM wrp from the Universitv of Notre Darne. whil" the remaining number were South H'-nd mn. Justin McCarthy and Jack ly-jfti.:. toireth r with th'ir di:re team from 'hUaeo. exern "li?l the third degree, whil th members of tho b'outh Cond council .3i'. had rhiixf of the s' ond degree work. Th- f'.rst degree wa given the ran diditen Friday night by the Notre Dime council. Following the initiation the can didates, knichis and t vir ladies were tendered .1 banquet in the Ro tary room ''f the Oliver hotel. More than l'A cuetr! attended The mem bers of the Notr Fame fl! Club orchestra furnished the music for the evening. William Fox. one of the n.itionaT directors of the ICnichts of Colum bu, acted a toastmaster for the evening's program. Addressers were made by Trof. John M. Cooney. dean of the college- of Journal'm at Notre Dime university: ex-?enator Rob ert F. Proctor of Flkhart. Justin McCarthy of Chicago. James Dooloy. Fdward Maddigan and Joseph Brandy. tudnt at Notre Fame, newly in Moated members. Mr. Fox cave a brief o itline of the war work being carried on by the Knirhts of Columbus. "The war work of th Knights of Columbus h.in become more than a national Institution: it his become interna tional. The first little work in this line undertaken wa started on the Mexican border. Since the Knifed States entered the world war thin work has en continued in this country, and we are now pretty well organized in 01; j- s f"!ii of cuing for our PhtJng men at bone. "Now we are hu-iyin:- ahnu the1 work in preparation for bioVing af ter the boys that are now on for eign t il. We mus have 1.1'no men immediately to shi; to !'ranoe to carry on this woik. The m-n we have found out ar- ea- t obtain, but they are not the non v.e want to rend over. We n-.wst hnv men between the acres of 4 e nnd r" ya rs whr are willing to take ttpse posi tions. "The reason for it is that the peorle 5n Prance will not be able to understand whv it is that we can afford to enl them young men over there when they have their mn that are advanced in years do ing actual fighting duty." stated Mr. Fox. A recruiting office for men be tween the acei of 40 and T0 years who would like to go to France to engage in this work has been open ed in Indianapolis, and Mr. Fox will receive nil applicants. Prof. Oooney in his talk express ed his heartfelt congratulations to the newly made- knlchts and crave an ouhne of the ancestry of mod ern knit-'litlioo.. T'-Se;i. Proctor cave an excellent ndires in which he reviewed the SICK WOS B?3eu Took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Read Her Letter. rttcrville. Ta. "For a Ion?; time I was botiicrtd with pair.s in r.iv sLIe. an. I was so weak from rny t.-oublo that I could not i!o any lifting or hare! w o r !; of air kind. If I tricl to straighten out when lyln'4 down it seemed as though some thing would tear loo-e. Lydia Yl. Plnkham's Vec taMe Co mpounj 1 1 t" ii! hns restored my health and I am quite myself or.oo more."' MIfs Haft. Cirrnni CK. Potterville. Pa. Thousands of women drar; a'.nnc from day to day In just such a mis erable condition a was Mrs. Chu buck. or suffering from d.!?p!r.e ments. irrocularitie. jnamr.iatipn. ulceration, backache, slileach. ht a.l ache. nervousness, or "the bluei " Such women phouH roft by Vr. Chubbuck's experience and try t hi. famcu roo. and h-T remelr. Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Com pound, and find relief frcm th:Ir u!Terin?-: as she did. For rr-eclal sjr'-tions in regard to your ailment, write Lydia E. PinivLauj Medicine Co.. Lynn. Mass. The result of is V.zz cxporionci1 is at vour servlee. ir.fr', . iiB-lß v"'?.1rfD;.j m WELL work dor.? by the Knights of Co lumbus and students of Notre Dame since America declared w.t. lie told of how shortly over a year agro he watched the athletic squad from the university In the preparedness parade and then named a number of those men who participated, who are now seeing: actual service at the front. Tie also talked on what the people at home must do to "keep the home fires burning'." Justin McCarthy, assistant state's attorney of Illinois, thanked the candidates and members of the local Council- on behalf of the degree team from Chicago. ! "Lovm Hoy"' Charlie McCauley j and Walter M. O'Keefe demon istrated their ability as entertainers in song hy sin gins several ragtime and Fcotch songs. The program for the evening was completed by the audience sinpinff the "The Star fipangled Banner." APPOINT W. R. C. MEMBERS FOR MEMORIAL DAY Tb following members of tha Auten W. n. C. No. 14, have been appointed to attend the Memorial t ,iv exercises 01 me various scnoois. Julii Smith and Mrs. Emma I-ind-jcraf. ?oquillard Mrs. Mamie j Beek, Mrs. Julia Howard and Mrs. I Marie Koener. (J ram mar Mrs. ! Genevieve Frantz. Mrs. Ella Murphy and Mrs. DDra Casey. Fleier Mrs. . Mary Hupe, Mr8. Mary Fremder and i rs. Helen Kenyon. Franklin Mrs. jFdna Hildebrand. Mrs. Mahle An (derson and Mrs. Cora Myers. Hiffh J school Mrs. Clara Huffman and jMrs. Margaret Allen. Kaley Mrs. j Lulu Phelan and Mrs. Emma Woof ter. Ivifayette Mrs. Mary Lobdell. j laurel Mrs. Elizabeth McBride and jMrs. Minnie Rankson. Lincoln ( Mrs. Mary Robinson and Mrs. Mar iKaret Cottrell. Linden Mrs. Delia jSluss and Mrs. Lizzie Lovell. Madi ison Mrs. Emma Goetz and Mrs. j Emma Reader. Muesse 1 Mrs. i Florence Mu"sk!, Mrs. Teckla Voed;sch and Mrs. Luella Schock. diver Mrs. K.de Tritt. Mrs. Laura jCarbiner and MIfs Helen Tritt i Perley Mrs. Susie Rack. Mrs. Mary j Garner and Mrs. Elizabeth Stickel. j Fiver Park Mrs. Minnie Fisher, : Mrs. Roseada Senrles, Mrs. Lena (Jones and Mrs liulah Kleiv."?. Sample j Mrs. Edwina Gilman and Mrs. Anna McBroom. Studehaker Mrs. I Katharine Trittapo and Mrs. Jennie :CoM. MOTHER'S CHRISTIAN INFLUENCE SOOTHING Capt. Nehemiah Brookes of the Palvatlon Army spoke Sunday evening- at the E. Jefferson blvd. mis f!"n, tahincr as his text, "AJmost thou persuadest me to be a Chris tian." "A mother's Christian influence." he said, "has strengthening, sooth inc Qualities like the precious grape fruit In its effects. It strengthens physical powers and soothes the palate of the sick and dying- mor tals. "Timothy became a useful, active Christian worker, as his mother, Eunice, and his prnjn dmother, Lois, exercised Christian traits that were favorable to Timothy, as shown in the apostle Paul's writings relating to their unfeigned faith and family history. "All mothers have need to real ize the necessity of living a Chris tian creer. not only for their own soul's welfare, but also for the sake of the right spiritual relationship wit hthe family circle, as examples of ungodliness tendeth to destruc tion like the foul poisonous springs of water in their onward flow, de stroy natural life that becomes sat urated with the poison. "There Is an example of evil par ental inlluence in the case of Aha zi.ih who. during his reign in Sam aria did evil walking in the way of his mother. Similar effects In this generation are traceable, and the p-oper way to counteract such influ. ence is hy mothers becoming real Christians." i:ci:lti:vt orronTrvmns m X v v w rw m m m m w The local navy recruiting station has orders to enlist men one ranK higher than heretofore. Men of all trades, especially car penters and painters, are wanted. These men will b enlisted In the na val reserve, but with good ratings immediately. They will be examined at once as to their fitness and made carpenter's mates, third, second or :.r: class, or chief carpenter's mates, according to their qualifica- ' tior.s. Men without trades will he en listed and sent to trade schools. They will be given necessary train ing and then assigned to fill sudden rrders for men on home soil, or oversea, or tt ship aboard fighting A esse Is. All men of the draft age are eligi ble to takt advantage of this oppor tunity. Men. if you're skilled in handling tonjx or brushes here's your chance t .i::mp into a regular job in the na with a cood rating and work ?:, days in the year. to (iivi: nrMONSTianox. Mis Iyeha Ogle will give a dem ( nitration of cottage cheese at the o; -mi meeting Tuesday evening of the Auten W. K. C. No. 14. Min Mirim Feall will deliver a lecture in connection with the demonstra tion. IT S 3IOV1M; DAY. rrverj day is moving day with us. We are ready to move your freiiht, household goods- pianos, safes, ma chinery, and let us remind you that we do our work In the most satis factory manner with dispatch and at most reasonable prices 100 milei per day made In out-of-town mov ing. Ioughman & Loughrr.au. SOI 6. ifn st. Adrt. EABHOLL WRITES FROM FRANC Former News-Times Reporter Gives an Interesting Contribution. Quartermaster Ssrgt. Stuart Car roll, former member of The News Times editorial staff and now with the American expeditionary forces j In France, In his latest contribution to the "Stars and Stripes." the offi cial publication of the soldiers "over there," writes, the following: STAR SIUX.IjS." Ity Q.M. Sst. Smart Curroll, Q.M.C. SDEATH. The man who put the numbers on j the houses in Pares Will alvays be a vnuchly hated enemy to me. And if I ever Und h'm by hi lone some little self. I'll bane him on th coco and I'll slip him on the shelf; lie vasted me a won'rous day, he made me miss a feed. He chased me here and yon and there with vain and anxious speed; lie made me utter wrathful words of such a vivid tint That it might break our linotype to set "em up In print. I started out, a happy lad, with in vite in my mitt, Vn dine at noon with 'Madame Boone, and afterwards to sit Within her garden where the sun comes sneaking through the trees. And where a Yankee soldier boy may feel quite at his ease; I had the address on a card, 'twas plain as it might be I thought I'd have no trouble find ing "10 Roul, St. Denee." i The street I found in half an hour. but then began my woe I couldn't e'en approximate the proper numero. The first chateau was labeled "6," the next was "28," The third was M4 7." and the fourth said beurre and lait; The next I saw was No. "4," the sixth was "4 2" 'Twas then and there the atmos phere became a brilliant blue; But after yanking out my hair and bit'.ng off my thumb, I beat it back to barracks where 1 dined on soothing slum. So the man who put the numbers on the house in Paree Will never get a Croix de Guerre or D.S.C. from me; And should I ever catch him on a dark and lonely lane. I'll shoot him with my forty-four and toss him in the Seine. M. G. Yes; those little boxes at the top of this page are called "ears." And, being on the sport page, we often refer to them as cauliflower ears. Does that settle the bet? LANCE-CPL. ADAM. When Adam was a Lance Jack, As they say he used to be, I'll bet they had some army. Missus Eve and he. Eve must have been a major In the douphty days of yore, Hecause the Bude tells us About the leaves she wore. "Mc." Another difference between the land of Jeanne d'Arc and that of Uncle Sam is that over here one has to pay 50 centimes for a time-table, while at home oh, you remember, don't you? Sometime we think writing a sport column Is like using a busted fcuntain pen. The more you write, the worse it look& IXTEUNAL RATH. 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W.nrner Hrassiers are al ways (food and ranee In price from 50c up. Our pink camisoles are very attractive and reasonably pric ed. Advt. 3771- TAULE TOWS of every kind larse and small In size. Splendid In ehape; can be se lected at Williams A Cc. ncrists. Always the bet In flowers for the table decorations; flowers for the sick, stock bouquets, corsage, and flowers for the "only girl" are here in splendid assortment. 131 South Michigan Street. Home phone 2227. Bell phone 769. Advt Multiplicity of Motives Behind Copperhead Plot M1SHAWAKA MEN HOME. M. W. and Kenyon V. Mix of the Dodge Mfg. Co., Misha waka, arrived home Sunday afternoon to await a call from the Senate Military Affairs committee in the aircraft controversy. "We have done all wc can do," said the elder Mix, "unless they wish to hear from us further." "We have surrendered all oui evidence to the government, and they have it there in document form for whatever it is worth."' It is not expected that they will be called back short of a week or 10 days. "We have no interest in this Borglum affair,' says the young er Mix, "beyond, that of American citizens knowing what Ve are doing and determined that the war administration, and especially the aircraft board, shall have a square deal. We should be dere licts and disloyal to do otherwise. We are back in Misiiawaka now to build more airplanes, just as we have been doing for months, even back when Borglum was scheming to absorb us. We've got the goods on Gutzon Borglum's men's bungling." BY JOHN HENRY ZUVER. Editor The News-Times. WASHINGTON, May 13. That the Senate Military Affiairs committee in charge of tne aircraft investigation will seek'to screen their informant and "archangel" insofar as the "aeronautic copper heads" thereon can conveniently do so is evidenced by a state ment given out Saturday night by Sen. "Roosevelt" Chamberlain, chairman of the committee, and confirmed by Sen. Hitchcock. Although admitting that they are bound" to rely largely upon Gutzon Borglum's statements, the attitude assumed is that he is not the issue, and that regardless of his methods, motives, preju dices, jealous or possible disloyalty, only the question of airplane production will be considered; whether or not the program ha been efficient, and where the $630,- 000,000 already spent has gone to, whether into legitimate production or profiteering channels. The "aeronautic copperheads" seem disposed to take Borglum's word for these things wh.L-h is ad mittedly their principal source of information, disregarding all the tisual tests of reliability that ordi narily go to make such information worth considering. That Borglum has a particular grudge against Col. E. A. Deeds of Dayton, a prominent member of the aircraft board, and that he should have stated during his pretended in vestigations that Deeds was the man he was after, that he should have presented to the board several ideas of inventions that had been turned down for usele.nes.s. that he should have misused the confi dence of the president, capitalizing It in the promotion of an aircraft corporation of his own that woubi employ those ideas of his. alons with others that he promised pros pective stock buyers, he would "lifi from the Rovernnient" with presi dential aid, none of these things, or any other the others placed before the committee throw any light upon Borglum'. probable reliability as an aircraft investigator, according t the determined anti-war adminis tration gentlemen on Capitol Hill. GRUDGE .AGAINST m:i:i)s HISTORICAL. "Sculptor" Dorglum's grudge r.galnst Col. Deeds extends bac ever a number of years, when the latter employed the former to make a bust of his dead nephew, r.orglum's bill was Jir.,000, which Col. Deeds paid, but not without de nouncing the charge as outrageous. Later, when the cit' of Dayton was placed on the commission. Borglum bid on the job. but didn't get It, and has always blamed it on Deeds. Col. Deeds, the Wright Bros, aeroplane plant, and in fact the whole city of Dayton were plainly thorns in the flesh of Borglum. That through out his negr tiatlons with the Dodge Co. of Mishawaka he had something to even up with them, is a fact which is not ecreted. He told both Kenyon W. Mix, advertising mana ger, and H. H. uplee, consulting engineer of the Dodge Mfg. Co., that he was poing to "get" Deeds and a Col. Montgomery. With the. men removed from the aircraft board, and along with them How ard E. Coffin, chief of production. It was Borglum's idea that his air craft corporation would have casv sailing with the government in thi matter of contracts and the secur ing of designs for planes, motor;, propellers and everything wanted. noiW.Ll'.M EXPERIENCED AVIATOR. Borglum's experience in aviation matters appears to consist of an in vention of some kind of motor brake that the aircraft board found wouldn't work, getting Aviator Biakely drunk before he made hi Mineola test of the Liberty motor la. January in which he lost his life, and his attempted promotion of an aircraft corporation which has been the subject f the Mix Suplee expose. In addition to this. Borglum un dertook a Might in a as balloon some 10 years ago. Drifting out to ward the Atlantic, he pulled the string which let him down in a swamp off Coney Island where he remained, sinking in the quicksand between yells for help for two davs and a nicht, he had gone When finally re.cued. down to his armpits, and was more dead was re?t sitated by of medicine that Blakely to his doom than alive. He the same sort sent Aviator In a few mor-? hour thf saved thi; nation miffht have been candal and the senatorial "aeronau:ic copperheads" woull have needed to have found another wise "r.nuel" to have provided them with an excuse for their 'nagsin.' Taken all in all. P.orylum's air craft experience show him to he efficient like County Atty. Houlihan is efficient, and patriotic invetit;a . tions seem to have run in about tho same channels as did the philan thropic interest taken by Archie Graham in tho promotion and build ing of the Lincoln highway while "he straightway dreamed on fees." I SLA K ELY'S DEATH FOREORDAINED. Aviator Blakely's death has al ready been Investigated by the Mili tary Intelligence bureau and may have the further attention of a fed eral grand jury in the probe being made by the department of justice The Liberty motor, despite the long fall, arrived at earth sufficiently In tact to prove itself blameless, and the boastings in which Borglum in dulged against the motor, incident to the fall, are regarded as throw ing some light on the contention that pains were taken to see to It that the motor failed. Whether these pains were of pro-German de sign, or merely those of some rival inentor who preferred having his motor adopted instead, is regarded by the Intelligence bureau as a question of cause rather than a mat ter of effect. Borglum, following the Mineola "accident." claimed to see in it only the absence of his brake, and this on some Italian motor instead of the Liberty motor that carried the plane up. It was this Italian motor that Borglum was interested in hav ing installed in the machines that his aircraft corporation was to build at the Dodge plant. This and other inventions were to be supplied by Hugo C. Gibson of the British Mu nitions Mission, New York. Gibson is now moving to the rescue of Borglum with the claim that the lat ter gave up his concern in the pro motion of the corporation as soon as he obtained his authority as In vestigator from Pres't Wilson lat January, though letters and tele grams received by Kenyon Mix as late as Jan. IT do not bear him out. STORY AND I 'ACTS DON'T JIBE. The story and the facts do not jibe, in fact the major portion of the negotiations between Borglum and the Dcdge people took place in January after the president's au thority was granted, thus including the meeting with Gibson himself at his New York office on Jan. 12. Neither could Borglum have used the president's credentials as a sort of capital stock and place them on exhibition if he didn't have them. The idea that he is said to have held out to stock buyers, was that the credentials showed the presi dent was with him. and that the credentials were to help him out in his promotion scheme rather than that he was to help the president out in obtaining greater efficiency in aircraft production. All this, however, is naught with "Roosevelt" Chamberlain and his senate investigating committee, still determined as he seems to be to show that the "war administration has broken down" und is "not func tioning" as he told the Republican club in Nw York some time ago. Pres't Wilson's answer to that, thouch put in politer terms, was that he was a liar, and thereupon Sec'y of War Baker proceeded to prove it. Indeed, it is reported about the capitol that the "copperheads" on thf Senate Military Affairs commit tee have sro;vn ral hateful toward v.r. -ir ftdministraiion since Sen. i vhon.a, read the Mix-buplee Rors lum-Oihson correspondence recora Friday afternoon. -poil:ns what they thought v as their "cinch" this tim-. and :i;ain proving their penchant for "iollowint; after sträng gods." FACIOKY IAPEHTS. Have your tires repaired by fac tory experts. We absolutely guar antee our repair work to faet the ::fo of your tire. Our service car is it your disposal. Free air. free ner vice. Come and let us show you what free service rer.Ilv is. Skiff's Tire Service Co. 436 S. Michigan st Phoney Home 5:39; Bell 161i. Advt. Busings A Very Furtunate Purchase: 100 New Summer Dresses Beautiful Crisp Tinted Organdie Dresses at $19.75 and $25.00 All the lovely delicate colorings of tinted organdies are in this splendid collection. Handsome Georgette Taffeta and Crepe de Chene Dresses up to $50.00 Values, at $15.00 and $29.75 All sizes to 44. All colors including taupe, navy, Copenhagen, black and green. 100 Navy Blue Serge Dresses at $19.75 and $25.00. Extraordinary values which we cannot replace except at a very much higher price. B DENIAL THAT HE Sculptor-critic, Storm Center of Aviation Controversy, Makes Public Another Letter to Wilson. WASHINGTON", May 13. Gutzon Borglum, storm center of the avia tion controvery, made public last night another letter to Pres't Wilson denying that he had betrayed the president's confidence, renewing1 his assertions of grave misconduct in the government aircraft production organization, and insisting that the senate military committee should conduct openly and thoroughly the investigation, which he say he was prevented from making "by the war department under Sec'y Baker " In regard to the documents put into the senate record 3'riday de signed to show that the sculptor at tempted to ccpitalize his friendship with the president by secretly or ganizing a corporation to produce airplanes, the letter says Sen. f'en. Brandege of Connecticut -will submit to the senate Tuesday or Wednesday detailed evidence and affidavits relating to "this deliberate frame-up." "It is a matter of the gravest concern to me," it adds, "that credence could he given to charges of such nature or that they could have been in your possession and I have received no intimation of the falsehood until Mr. Marshall intim ated that there was some sort of a charge or charges of disloyalty to you. This is so unthinkable that I dismissed and declined to even dis cuss them." llcicai His Answer. Mr. Borglum repeats his publish ed answer to the charges and con tinues: "It is absurc; to state pro-Germans are clamoring for investigations, while the secretary of war is a party to statements, untrue and unfound ed, issued to deceive the nation and serving no other possible purpose except to wain Germany to hurry hr own airplane production as we are forever ar.d forever just at the peak of production. "Never. I believe, in the history of the country, has a group of men i-een given so completely access to our resources, toqether with the ad ministration's and the people's con f;dnce. hs ha' e the aircraft group, and ne' er h-s uch confidence been more wantonly abuced. I refer here to Mai. Gen. Squiers, Howard K. CofT.n. Col. Deeds and Col. Mont gomery. Thee civilians and milit ary members appear everywhere in the program planned to mt our military needs and they appear everywhere in the deliberate and elaborate machinery that placed and held the collosal contracts among a very few. Thev appear everywhere in the fine network of falsehood and camouflage, and they included Mr. Faker as their partner In the common statements to the public. They deliberately lie1 to you ond frame! up their statements, particularly their failures and mis leading congress before the senate military committee, and they di rectiv are responsible for no en I P t b TED PA TH r - ill Robertson BiMS? Company Saturday 900. $25 and $29.75 Values On Sale Tomorrow at Beautiful Ruffled Voile Dresses, "every color in the rainbow at $15.00. Dainty Georgette Crepe Dresses, ilesh and white, beautiful quality, $15.00. Excellent Heavv Crepe de Chene Dresses $15.00. Sizes run 14, 16, IS, 36 and 3S. A few 40 and 42. gines, no planes, no propellers, and our vanished appropriations. Calk It Malicious. "Had thexe not been this mali cious effort to discredit me with you and impugn my honor on the floor of the senate. I might have with the rest of America, though with shame an anger, still been holding my peace, waiting and watching for the interminable shifting from one de partment to the other of responsi bilities that can lie only at the door of the executive members of the aircraft board. The scurrilous slan ders by Deeds' friend was a - foul and unfair blow, and in the circum stances of its importance and its purpose to invalidate me. discredit me, have in It abnormal public in terest and unusual publicity. This committee of the senate shall he completely exhaustive in the matters relating to aircraft production, hut as these charges have been brought before the senate, the interference by the war department under Mr. Baker, preventing me from secur ing proper evidence. "I know you will agree with me in this, that I have a right to de mand it, as you know no harm can come to any one but those who are guilty. "I am loyal to you as our presi dent, and even better I am loyal to your thought as ko often expressed touching the world and nation's mis sion and I shall remain so. but I am not loyal, nor can I support men or methods inimicable to our coun try's good, planned to deceive you and the nation, and discredit us in the eyes of the world." SAYS U-BOAT WARFARE COUNTRY'S DEFENSE AMSTERDAM. Saturday. May 12. In a debate In the reichstag today on the second reading of the naval estimates, as reported in a Berlin dispatch. Herr Pflager. centrist, said on behalf of the main committee that even though there were differ ences of opinion regarding the po litical significance of the submarine uar. the entire reichstag y.as as one as concerning its military achieve ments. All held the view that the U-boat campaign should not be given up or restricted in any way or that the construction of subma rines should he promoted as far a possible. That was the opinion also, he said, of the highest government officials and the army and navy commanders. Vice Admiral von Cepelle. minis ter of the navy, stated that unre stricted l'-boat warfare meant a very strong naval offensive against the entente. ATTUACT1V1. C.IFTs. 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