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TTTO 1T0TTSTSG OltEGOXTAN. . 3IOXDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 191G.
FRENCH YOUTH GAY
MAP OF BATTLEFIELD BEFORE SALONIKL
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AS HE GOES TO WAR
Hardship and Danger Before
Him Ignored by Young Man
. Determined to Serve.
"CONSCRIPTS ARE EAGER
Ir"lra to I li p " Urate .rtton of
Pre lie- -- a I W alt li word.
Il.li.y Spirit I ia .Mr
Train eo to Irenl.
ht rmt.tr kkkut.
fat.? i ftmn( 9t tat 'M.-ax Tritoiae,
"Hb. Jan. II. -Hurry up. yoa
laj ' t.fer.. cr Jo ill niu th train.'
lp)iir bwbisrij corp
rai tMi wb li p.-p cf tut ilotl
prcv railway station n4 a touted
la forw m; a.JmomUun to a tare
crowd tf )Duti uncrtpt belonging
1)1. ct. la In trrt blow.
""'r coining. r rtgal ;
they ffJ. tri'l continuing l;if
or., tA;r a k.ng. tu not
Utiitfi fr th morrow. s!ly o.trd
th Ul.-Jti. Nearly Ktrjr fallow bad
a giri sa hi arm to u otf la war
wit-oat paving a fond farewell to "m
Battt a-n." to-iM b contrary la ail
r.ilRC CK:c.;ona.iy a mothtr or
slater. !r.e.l m her f;iaday bawt al
(a. a. an-l wearing a quaint pant
aeaii.ire. ;i-nrr.iiRll "oar litll
Ja lo mat a UcKc4 nothing
(114 y Spirit la Air.
TS taudctr anl I.vtly bataac
at ;ange-i oa a:t t'lj completely con
tra l:.-t. th t-iou"it that tnes over-
jcrown out wer leaving la beeom
oli:r. Tat ho; May (pint u la lb
air. II teemed aa If a lar- school was
going la the country lor a picnic and
rttjrn before nightfall. How
d:.Trint was thu leav-ta,tnr from
ttial ot."ir 17 montba ten, wnea all
anc fmbtnl al t railway ata-
tloit la bid farwll la trr toni.
tntd of being d'preaaej by ail t
llurl of hardnip. danger and fa
t.sue of war w.iic? each knw by
keart tnatead of being reluctant to
Jo n tfi color now l..at all In glatn-
oar and excitement had beea worn
away by lb lone dreary month of
f U'u.nc witl a rutttrklng (one and
Iia.it heart tae youth of It Joyfully
e'rd th naiT Ions train lo b
taken to tht.r barrack.
('vee-rlal tVally tuorr Calk
Volunteer inter went nri rally
than did thea conscript. For Inem
It waa a If. after many month of
waiting nt amtou wondering If they
wml.l b railed, lie government had
al Uat permitted thm to torn trained.
tx M( they m!iit loon Join their rel
ailte and frl-nd In the rfreat lru
Kla f r ttctory.
T. wa 11 ! ruilr for tha M( of
fftv ntt s-p-mhrt If tha war
linl f.n!hed before. I 'do hopa wall
be aM to have an opportunity lo
how what wa ran do." on pmk-
Cbeeked I ttl fellow sold lo m.
"Hon , ju.t ti'au w'r yoanc
ther Ihink w mjt ttilt b litxi lo
rn:ifr apron vtrtnc that wa can't
f M. Put r'l J-t leara that lo n"
T'lnl our prerora of lha lU
and I5li cta ait a fair a.-rounl
of them.eett al lieauIosr. Jtocrhia,
and ltr In rhampacntT Weren t ther
nr.onc tha f!r.t in the German erooJ
IUay l a tttel Hratry.
"Tot won't hat lo taka my word
tot it ak tha enemy whether th
youna I'rvnra voldier can t;'.va a rood
a oynl of himei;. If our older
brother ran -corr.pl!a1 thine lik
t t. why crt w do at laat a wall,
and rrbp eten better, with their
tampi hefor uT Ju.t keep your
t o "i; tit wer you wool be
Kir ti n til.
Th air lo 'ttta tha brato tc
t .ire of t-:tr pree-eor e med lo
. r- their wt hword Wtth that motto
l"ir oterl,oked all tho discomfort
and aordidne of war. and aw only
t ID ti.nt. An officer told me
re. ent'T that tt I partly du lo tat
tcifid of th rank and f'l that u.-n
a hixn moral k mintaind mom
I men al th front. Thay force!
iif!f prevent dffftculti b keeping
l-i. r mind fixed oa tho ultimata r-
Mntrarnae w onty eno of Ibe
vr-ane etation whro rrowd trathered
! thee embryo oldier depart. I
wati-hed a uroup of nearly J-t mrrh
down t'e (tie d I I'ait. Invlnc
ki 'il'il fit boo. fail hon. f. 1 boo"
I en-" "TtrpertrT." Tha open
tiftHiti of all th larr dremakinc
.r.Mi..Tnent wer filled with llftl
"i!. 1 rette rtt'trtnf and wattn-f
I aw. 1 aerrhirf ,
T nr b'ini.-he f tlo!f- loeiktnx
I' h t:tl crktd wirh.' Iha dew of
t li:tieTa. wer howrd down
:-et -ramh-le enae for po.e.ion
f -e .ntete't leophlr.
O d eteraaa tlared.
Alt Iraf't-- wa stopped and both
r-ir wer t:n-i with pa.erNy, who
b'eitated a momenl . watch the
"r-ti M" fit peat. i)n on rur.
Tee of " II. t Opera atood three
n.'e. irri toriala. eath proudly
wrinB a decoration r-ntly won. A
f'appinc aleevo and two mpty troqr
l'I told only too weit tho tory of
A the company pataed thraa three
fif't taterana Hood atifrtr at alnt.
ImiI tha comoany rctarn tha atute?
Off rm- every rr or lrl.olored pa--eeco.-kad.
and ther loudly chred.
"N ( worrr old rit. we'll atentra
in. on of lh leader cried. "Ton
J :-t r.l w wilt." hi follower houl
e I. Th rompany l-"k op th cry aa
they iwific alon-rr r.tin! R-
erc' We - the oijir or
t i nvo-r
f-en the train wer de.-oratd. On
C r bera Iha Inacriptfoo:
rt iiti f v
frrr Ti:iriirriTl'' Tr a t.L.
nmt.THT v .t.::. oven tv
Another on read:
tKir ruTKi"" T"v iii'r TyiN
i.itKV t: v n- ivvtrnTtM.
ir.nitir. Tiir p.aeea ear. t . Oeotd th
rar-r atraiyir of colored ppr
f rttr l from tha window, while
P'im'Kea i f belly ah I eterireent titled
-o.-. all Ih ear wera filled, and
another ln".rr. ahotitln-r. ta-ichlnc
Contln-rent lla-i departed 10 rcelt In-a-fartlon
In th modern art of war
Tim train paad rl of ai-rhf around
rend. Hit th woman tltl atoo.1
Tinr Ihetr hndker--hlef per hap
to tha memory of ho who bad iron
Ol.l Tic I too hi for Trrmlc.
DiHThV. Teb An offer of S cent
f.ir .'" cat-otf raltroad Ilea
re. aiy. tody by th H"to
Slam P. j I 'oa t from ih :rtti.h coy
emmen'. r-rmrly th railroad burned
a I ! old li, but ordr were pent
t-iroa,-. aytm dirertln; that
tier ba aate.l. It la andertrd that lti
liritiah rorafnaant I netrotiatln-r with
r'he rairo' w"n Ibe Ifl" of oH
t miner a half nin.--r ti f'r lo
"jir mcua- treacke la I fn' t. ,
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44 Your Health Account
B become chronic with
you because you ve
over night don't expect it to.
But it will restore normal
activity of the bowels in the
either neglected it, or depended course of a week or ten days
for relief upon laxatives and under ordinary conditions.
Nujol is entirely free from the dangers
which attend the use of habit-formlny
laxatives and cathartics. It does not
act like a medicine a physic or purjre,
but oils the walls of the intestines as
a delicate machine is oiled, and that
facilitates the passage of wast
Nujol Is odorless, tasteless and color
less. It can be taken In any quantity
cathartics which have only left
you worse ofl.
"Constipation, or rather, the
auto-intoxication which con
stipation causes, is responsible
for your headaches, your bil
iousness, and also for the nerv
ousness and despondency which
you complain of.
The use of mineral oil is the re
cognized treatment for consti
pation, and the purest form of
mineral oil is Nujol.. It acts as
a simple mechanical lubricant.
It won't relieve constipation
Write for booklet, "The Rational
Treatment of Constipation. If your
druggist hasn't it, we? will send yon
a pint bottle of Nujol prepaid to any t
point in the. United States on receipt
of 75c money order or stamps.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Bavonne' New Jersey
The above map ihoti In detail the territory between Salonlkl and tha Sorbo-Greek frontier west of
Lak Poiran. where th Auttro-Uerman and Dulear armle are concentrated.
II Is etpected tht the main thrut of the Teuton alllc will be down the Vardar River Valley with
their fUnklnc armle advancing In the rouKber country to tha east and went of, the water course.
To the at of lke twiran the Itrla.ahitiana Uruaha Balkan ranges form a natural barrier against an
advance aero the Hulaar-ttreek frontier.
All report indicate taat the '-mlIo terrain between Salonlkl and tha Serbian boundary has been stronit
Iv fortified by the allle. and it promle to be one of the greatest battlegrounds of the war. Since the
retreat from Serbia, the Krem h and Uritlxh have been pourlna; In reinforcements and It is estimated they
now have upwards of io.oov mrn around alontki. Including most of the forces withdrawn from the Galli
pot I 1'enlntula.
It was reported yeaterday that Ih oprnins; artillery ensraa-emrnt of tho new Touton-Bulgar offensive
bad been under way for two day tn the neighborhood of lakt Doiran.
GENERAL IS HERO
Townshcnd High in Esteem of
Public of Butam.
LITTLE FORCE IS INTACT
March Asalnat TarKa In Mesopota
mia Itctardol a One of Mol
Ttrllliant leal In llialory
of ITc-cnl Conflict.
UWPO.V, Jan. SI. tCorreapondcnce
of Iha Associated Ihree.) The re
markably stand which ha been made
by Major-Ocneral Charles V. K. Toan
hend anal hi comparatively small
body of Iirltlah Iroop at Kut-cl-Am-ara,
Mesopotamia, where for nearly
two month Iney have been belceed
by , larc army of Turk, ha rala.d
Seneral lownabetMl to a blsh place In
tii eateem of the Knsll-.h public, soiu
military critic hailins him a one ol
the moat brilliant soldier tha empire
lurlr.a th lne ! Cieneral Town-
hand baa beaten off all attack of th
Ottoman troop and kept hi little force
Intact. Th public ba feared that the
relieving army would reach Kul-el-Amata
lo late. Oenerat Townahrnd's
recent report that be had sufficient
supplier partly relieved Ih nilnal of
th Hrttlah people.
Vbn In lull story Is told of Ih
batU of t'tralphon. where tho Itrlt-t-hi
repulaed th Turks, th retreat to
Kul-el-Amara and tha sles. It la ex
pected to mak a thrllllnir a chapter
aa any In th hlatory of the war. The
ronflivt at Cteaiphon w as draparate
work and the tieneral has fouaht a
fiercely a any of hi aoldicr. who
that day put lo fltsrht a body of Otto
man troop said lo have been six time
lour lime ha rallied his men and
lei them In their rharsea.
Military rrltlr declare that the vic
tory of Oeaiphon wa a magnificent
one. hut that th rrtreatt lo Kut-el-Amar
will riual. If not surpass It as
a succeaaful military achievement un
der disadvantages of an extraordinary
Oeneral Toam.hetvd I said lo have
forced his way up to a hlsh command
through sheer merit. When he wa
only a IJetitenant he became an avid
student of Mapoln. He vlalted every
battlefield on which Napoleon fought
and reconatructrd for himself the d:s
position of tha force in the battles
which decided lb fat of nation.
(neral Towtihend long befor le
bad studied th poaaibllitr of war witn
lermany. II alao heUI that when war
did coma Great Krllaln would nut be
ahr to rly solely on her navy, but
would need lo hav a great army, and
ao be fsvored crmpulorv servir. Th
ileneral I 41 yeara old. II Is heir pre
sumptive to th Townahend marquis
atat Vrtcran Hear lnrmor.
K'ii.KnlT.il. fr. Veh. U iSteci.
That the veteran at kbe swiiiicr'
Home are being well treated under the
present administration and have no
complaint to offer wn the statement
mad by Governor Wlthyenmbe. follow
ing an Inunction of the home here to
day. Governor Wlthyeombe arrived In
lloerburK at noon from Mrdford and
was taken lo the home, where he wa
the gurai of honor at a dinner served
by Commandant and Mr, alarkee. This
afterroon he delivered an address be
fore th veteran.
Tonieht Governor Wlthyeombe was
tendered an Informal reception In the
lobby of th I'mpnua Hotel. Several
hundred persons called at the hotel to
nay Ihetr respects to the Governor dur
ing the evening. Governor Wlthyeombe
wa accompanied here by State Treas
urer Kay. They left for Salem late
LOSS OF CRUISER FEMD
DIGNITY IS UPHELD
German Chancellor as Insis
tent as Was Bismarck.
A PURE Wl
M I N ERA 1
wai kf wtrfarr
W a nswf 1
A FUR" i,Krm
THE PURE WHITE
Rarrey W. Wiley, Wrwtor 0rA
Honekeeping Boreaa of Widi
tMaOitAtjOO aUrd BCaTaltll.
ia. ia- i ni 1 eaaTi wSTS!
'-Tn alrah'Naaaiafiiaah.'i aaaai t- aaaiai -fMM-M-aaataiaaaaaflaaTaaaaaaT
ventlow in the Tages Zeituns against
the Frankfurter Zeitung's suggestion
that the application of the new pro
cedure defined In the memorandum and
the future conduct of the submarine
campaign may depend largely on the
success which Secretary Lansing: may
have in his efforts to Induce Great
Britain. France and other belligerents
to remove armament from commercia
Adatlral haraer silk Crew af Akaal
37 Mrs Mlaalas Mar tlale at
I'AKI.-. Feb. IS. The following of
ficial statement wa given out here to
"The Ministry of Marine fears for
the fat f th cruiser Admiral Cbnr
ncr. which has been patrolling the
Syrian roast. o news ha been re
ceive! from the cruiser sine Febru
ary t. when, according- to a German
telegram, a submarine sank a French
The Admiral Charner under normal
conditions carried a crew of 370. cine
was 31? feet long. 4t feet beam and
displaced 40 ton. She waa armed
with two T.S-lnch guns In turret for
ward and aft. six t.S-lm-h guns, four
S-potin'lrrs. four 3-pounders. six one-
pounder and. four torpedo tubes. She
was la'-d down In USD.
ELOPIMG GIRL. 16, CAUGHT
Sen! lie 1'a-tor's Daughter anil Man
PRATTLE. WhH Feb. 13. fSpe-
cial.) Mia Marian navls. l-ear-oId
ilauchtcr of llev. T. W. Invl. a supply
Pastor for tha rresbyterl.m churches
the Seat!! district, and C W. Petrr-
aon. a novelty agenx. were nroutm
back lo Seattle from Tacoma today by
detective. I'eterson. who I also known
Charles Casey. Is held In the City
Jail on an open charge and the girl Is
at the retention Home.
Th girl, according to the detective,
says eh first met Peterson at a Seattle
danerhall last Tuesday night. The
following day they went lo Tacoma.
jirr lli Tacoma police arrested them.
Tornotv'a Slayer Sue for Ileward.
APF.P.PKMX, Wash.. Feb. IS. Giles
Quli )'. who shot and killed John Tor
no w. the Wynooch outlaw three years
ago. after Tornow had killed six per
sons, has sued the State of Washing
Ion for the 9 1 too reward offered by
Governor Hsy for the capture or slav
ing of Tornow. Qulmby received 13000
rrward front Grays Harbor County for
tvr his fiat.
Prussian Committee Toltl Plainly
That Jticllon of Foreign Pol
icy and Sea War Are Con
cern of Hie ttnplrc.
CLUB TO PAY ITS DEBTS
nig Gathering to Be Held at Cen
tra lia on February 24.
CEXTRALIA. Wash.. Feb. 13. (Spe
cial.) A big meeting will be held
February 24 In the Centralla Commer
cial Club, when five of tho bond .Is
sues recently floated to take up the
Indebtedness of the club will he re
tired and a silver loving cup will be
presented to Secretary E. H. S. Mulder
roe hie a-nrlc on hehnlf of the club. A
WARNED ' representative of the Northern Pacific
at tnis time aiso win auuress uio ciuu
on the subject of "Relations of Trans
portation Companies to Business In
terests." Plans for the coming meeting were
made at a gathering at tha Commer
cial Club Thursday night, when the
club went on record as opposing the
action of the City Commission in shut
ting off .the street lights in the resi
dence district after midnight. .
HKP.L1V. via London. Feb. 13. The
I.uitanla case has evoked an instance
which show that the present Imperial
Chancellor Is as vigorous In defense of
his prerogatives a was Bismarck. The
publication of a resolution of the
budget committee of the Diet, this
morning, asking the President of the
Diet to inform the Chancellor thnt the
committee considered any limitation of
the submarine campaign In the Inter
est of relations with America as harm
ful to the country's Interests, brought
forth the sharp rejoinder from Dr. von
tirthmann-Hollweg that the committee
was Interfering with affairs which did
not concern It-
The Norddeutsche Allgemelne Zeltung
heads a column this afternoon with a
sharp declaration meant for the critics
of the Chancellor's policy.
l-latplre) A te neapaaaible.
"It Is comprehensible." the paper
says, "that the committee foci the
need at so grave an epoch to discuss
confidentially in Its midst questions of
war and foreign policy affecting all
Germans. The publication, which was
decided upon against the express pro
test by a representative of the royal
government, must and will awaken an
Impression that the committee Is seek
ing to exercise influence on questions of
foreign policy and tho use of .certain
"This publication forces us to point
out that the direction of the foreign
policy and the conduct of the war be
long exclusively as constitutional pre
rogatives to the German Empire. While
supreme military comment can under
no circumstances be subjected to par
liamentary Influences, parliamentary
discussion of foreign questions belongs
solely before the forum of the iteichs-
Ckaavlalsta Araae Dleewaaloa.
The dicusslon of the submarine issue
la still revolving chiefly around the
There I little new therein. -however.
but an exciting campaign Is being car
ried on by the chauvinistic organs
tinder the leadership of Count von Re-
Junetlon City Couple Wed.
Jl'NCTIOX CITY, Or.. Feb. 13. (Spe
cial.) Jewel Hays, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Hays, was married last
night to Holly leathers. Rev. J. A. Ben
nett, of the Christian Church, officiat
ing. The wedding is the outcomb of a
romance that began In high schooL The
couple will make their home in East
St. Patrick's School Jfonors Lincoln.
coin's Gettysburg address by Glendla
lough Columbkill, one of the students
in elocution at the school. Dr. Andrew
C. Smith male the principal address on
Lincoln. The school contributed a song
programme also. Tho programme was
held yesterday afternoon.
2 FORGERS ARE RETURNED
Homesteaders Near Bend Brou;
Back to Prineville.
PRINEVILLE, Or.. Feb. 13. (Spe
cial.) With the resumption of train
service to Central Oregon, County Com
missioner Blanchard and Deputy
Sheriff Aune arrived in Prineville with
John Steiner and Frank Taylor, who
were extradited from the state of Ten
nessee under a charge of passing
forged checks on merchants at Bend
during the Christmas holidays. .
The prisoners are young men, who
came from Luttrell, Tenn., and filed on
homesteads near Bend. They conclud
ed to return to their Tennessee home.
and forged the name of George Millican,
of Millican, to checks for $210. They
Camps and Mills Increase Wages.
PE ELL. tVash.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
Several workmen from Pe Ell went
out to the Pacific & Eastern camp near
Raymond Monday. A wase increase
was the attraction. At Walville a
raise of 10 per cent in wages was
given to the woods crews when they
resumed work this week. A slight in
crease in wages in the shingle mill at
Doty was reported a few days ago.
rushed as fast as possible, provided
the good weather continues. This
spraying should have been done dur
ing November and December, but the
rain began to fall about November 1,
and has continued almost steadily since
that date, preventing operations.
Man Hit by Auto Dies.
SEATTLE. Wash., Feb. 12. George
D. Emery, formerly Judge of the Su
perior Court in Minneapolis, and who
had practiced law in Seattle for the
past 10 years, died in a hospital last
night frcm injuries received when he
was struck by an automobile Thursday
T .. a T'-itil Tpmi finia-lno. ItiiwViorl
Lincoln's birthday was celebrated I
yesterday at St. Patrick's School, Nine-I EUGENE, Or.. Feb. 13. (Special.)
tcenth and Savier streets, with a fitting l C. E. Stewart. County Fruit Inspector,
programme, in which one of the fea- i is making arrangements to have the
turea was the eloquent delivery of Lin- I spraying of fruit trees in this county
Win a Prize rilk
Tar Infants and Children.
Tty Kind Yea Hare Alwajs Bough.
Si A wonderful novelty and FomethinK- new to Port- W
f m I wl mart, ia-h u - i 1 1 cruatlv nrirl r tho. nnnnlnritv of
"Ye Oregon Grille"
fg At intervals during Dinner and After-Theater Sup- - , ..
II per, the lady of lucky dancing couples will be I 1 0,
11 awarded a Box of Candy. I Tvty; aT
N "It's a Great Game Get in It" I iml'& ?
X admiaaloa or dancing fee required. j f i ' S II "
I. .HHillaa -van trill he entertained hv DO AM) li f Alb I V)
I 11 UK'i:lll.'f:lR. Ih amalilK .Scot, alnirlnir Srntrh f i TV V II
I " aad Kagllah dialect aOBBTS. ataadard ballad. LQL I
Bi.io, m.hi livery fjyening iu:io. i-iio. p j jt a 2,1
Ye Oregon Grille iajk)
Broadway at Stark. jM) p
i. li.. xanmore, Manager. U I
"Word came from New York that Dr.
Rose D. Howe, of Chicago, had been
called to London to treat a case of
Bright's Disease and had taken spe
cial treatment. We had reasons for
asking if it was a fact and if she would
give the result of the longest profes
sional call we ever heard of. From her
reply we take the following:
"Replying to yours of the 27th. I did
go to London on a professional call.'
Was called by cable after the case had
been pronounced hopeless by five phy
sicians. Arrived in England day after"
war waa declared. Proceeded to
Windsor, where my patient lay in the
Princess Christian Nursing Home (pri
vate hospitals are called nursing homes
in England.) Patient had been there
six weeks. Was carried In unconscious
and failed to respond to treatment other'
than to regain consciousness. Unable'
to lie down or recline on either side.
Elimination 10 to 16 ounces per 21
hours, albument 50. Constant nausea. -
impaired vision, oedema from head to
foot. The usual picture of a so-called
hopeless' case. The two doctors in
charge hoped I would not change the
treatment (Nux. and Ferrum). as it
was only a case of 'a few days' and a
change might hasten death.
"I took full charge and administered
Fulton's Renal Compound (which I had
taken with me) with measures to aid.
He showed improvement within twenty
four hours. At the end of a week tlia
English doctors could hardly believe it.
So they took the blood pressure and
examined the eyes; improved vision and
loss of nausea being tho first changes
noted. He weighed 165 pounds when I
first dared to move him to the scales.
When we reduced the dropsy (without
tapping) he weighed 139 pounds. On ,
September 12th (after six weeks of
treatment) he was taken to London
and thence to Montreal, where he was
able to walk into the hotel. He has
improved constantly since. He is do
ing business in New York City to
day and looks and feels as well as
ever. Urine normal in quantity, albu
The Renal Comp. (Fulton's Comp. No. '
1) was the one the doctor took to Lon
don. Reports on 50 cases of Bright'.'
Disease and Diabetes mailed free.
JOHN J. FULTON CO., San Francisco.
Dr. Paul C. Yates
TES YEARS OK HOKST DENTIS-
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I will save you 50 cents on every
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Paul C. Yates Ei8
Second Floor of Rothrhild lllile..
Fourth and Waxbingftou.
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