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PEXDLETOX, I M A l ll.KA mrvrv. oitKf.oN. Miimiw, DECKMHKR S, 1901.
1 1. .
.. .. !,.. n.H L'llIM UK Dm
I Hill wl" K
Lm, .. . preparing to .make
F u nanliiHl lli.' re-enact
K,,. Qwn 1 MlUtlOB law.
en Ity eommlMtoaai
0 ,, petition in bank
kfcftOl IM MabllltlM and no
brf aRi'ii' 101 u""",u viwrvi.
Kurrhisc.1 k""1 fam n,Mlr
I.. ..Liiiir mens in make Kus
Lcuofali ArmenlM refugees
IKCminiHlaii uisiricia, con
Kttnv ag. d (i yean, ami net
tiiti'i Kllu. were nurneu
it Philadelphia hh Um remit
I with mati'ht'H
awr Qulmby wan found
t Ithmii .M mIi in inuiiiunna
Lii.ir.-n with poison, and wn
jtn lift Imprhwaraaat
who killed Alva Rate-
Itrk t H l Nock. ' WM
fmflor III.- imprisonment.
L o( th.' I in"''1 Ota reserva-
hearliiK betora CommlH
Beet. Mill III gen UH grmooo
t . ,C1 i , le thalf mineral
gum ii ih.'i.' have been
smallpox in London, and
fr.ni. th' disease. Pur-
Kiii fortnight 161 foMh ciiHea
p,;,. I, bus definite
E achome to
,i, rutin " Mete foi UM
dial I ll BO I M
a Dm .hp. klllod in.-
a. pai Qalaaa, Ran.
Kt .ii,,. btl) w minded a
hn niip boa i iled al the rati i
tmoi K Thii.vi ni I In- Unit
i Dittri. t .'.mi l ut St Louis
ill I ; .. I '.'llcll, nut' Ol
Iltnpriaoiied Si Clair count v,
IN. wax um entitled to "
the rearrest of a lierinun
lot I dermal, trailer at Cava
ol th"' .llfllfiilttt'H or
Ih. i " iimu ami Ven
rrriltli.-li' i . ilisuppoa:
ll'ii : I. undergo n new
Ul, Ul I III' it .'I. lift 11111 111 1 1
wiff hi- hrothar ami his
wife, will hiii i triuu Pnrb
am. mi. null' trip on re
hruiluh I'l'UUce, Spain
Bum. .a power lu on
IV til't'lt's and a liiilliouaiii
auui. ,i liuHttin Mauitai
ii" ai 'ii mi ly htH
SprlniiH'1.1 lill.-n now i-ur
i nitial uiiurd
I-' Ulll llSI.il' Mini III.
taken It) tin- imid.'in
l ian. eB Hew
' 1 Wn.Ti Klii.'Uiiiau
u ( was .in. ut' tin.
Ui v.-ii! ,,, Simkaiu' on
' 1 .i . .. 11 in I S:n
PWd in (!,. hay Saturday
- ..:n, ih. San Ha
i " ii ami tilt. .iu
' I i hau ui haviiiK tli.. In
Uinta ('unareaa hold ita
" hi I'.'iiIhihI. The aaav
""mi: ...i ii,. in t Timadav
iiu.i ii. , uutinue ti dayH
'tl (Inn linn., a i.'spiTta
' ' i in thi' va
Utou ., r.inianil for the
r"" 1 1.." , ii.. uiuuii in
rrtlii t.v )av a(
I ri"iirv l.'..iiiK fnr tht
ilnlliii. .. I . ...... i.. ..i.
""n ..win ..in-
'rwniaml . iiiimv iall Th.-v
r uHiin.-afion with dfi,
wai. h. i i- nHolv l
ballered aithaf would
THEY ARP. TO RETALIATE
GERMANY WILL HAVE A
TARIFF BILL PASSED.
They Assembled in the Na
Chancellor von Buelow Says Tho
Must Protect Their Own Inter etta.
H.-rlln. Dae. 2.- Th. -r w taiiff hi.
had lt tlrat ri'adltin in ;h' relchata -loday.
C'hanri'llnr nn lliifllow Haiti .
' It Ih not int'Hiii an a d"!'B,rtur' tRtU
thi- policy of commercial ireat(.s. bu
wc nuiHt protect our own Interesta."
SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST
A FEDERAL C0MMSI8I0NER.
CONGRESS BEGINS FIFTY
SEVENTH SESSION TODAY
Ueual Scenes Were Enacted at the
National Lagialature Started the
Wheels Running Visitors Were
Numerous and Interest was Deep
Senate Proceedings Were Short.
WaahinKton Dec. 2 I'ractlcally a
full attendance wan on land tn take
part In the opening exe-clHe hour of
the Hnnate today. Hefor" ten 0'fiiock
the public hcaran to fill 'liu mill.-i
Many early coniera were Hitting pa
tiently In their choice e.atH for two
hours before the Mtarn .ippearetl on
the lloor l.udl.'H Khliii'iif red in pit
tureaatle coIoih ami ih. ; mH
on a atrikliiR appearance On i In lloor
the deakH of the memhem added to
the eiiHem'ble by the burUaai ot tlow
era. A Kreater inimher of vial ton
flocked to the house o IllR to the
kmiwledae that the H.'iiHle prm'e.i
itiKH would be Hhort. .
The Heitatc proceeding:' were uini
Hiially quet (Of an openiUK. An v
WOarlBJ in ol IHi'tiicli ami Millard,
ol Nt litaaka : CUbaotl, ot Montana, ami
Kltterldae, oi South D.'.kota, rsooaa
wan tnken for thirty minute, while
a committee notified th.' prcaidftil
the body wan ill hchhIoii. At 1! o'clot !
the aenaie adjourned out ot reHpi i
for the Inte Henator Kyle.
racev ul lliikur I'itv
Weil i.-silav HVitnlnir
ueoraa Van Wat
Drat It Vnaki I
- .wouuih t lltll lilt'
li'--'..i last Wednesday
1-- nianco. It Is feared
Ben i m i .. m p.i
left '. .Lilian, vt i
. "i .iiveiiiotn
ftarii. c u wv i
- " " netMr in
StHtrfll Miurnmul 1-
send relief to the 116
..... 8u,n j0 le
L.. v.aiuaiii nea
Fwenii.. miter service, haa
to hold htmaelf tn
at once to the
of the McCul-
D. B. Henderson Again Speaker The
First Day's Proceedings.
WanliiuKton. Dec. ".-The hoii-.e
wan called to order ut the Htioke of
'i o'clock, noon, by dot a MoOowolL
At 1 o'clwk l It I leiitkerhon. nt
lima, wan .leclated to ha v. been elect
ed speaker ol the hoiiHe of repreat i,
tatlvi'h of the flfty-He enl h .'.iiiKt.'...
MemlerHon mude a brief hi h ol
lliar. kf ami nt 1 I" o'elo i. wan hwon
lu by ConKreHHiuau llliiKham, "I
I'eiiiiH.vh aula, the oldei.l memhei in
point of service
to be Domestic Two
in the inaiiku
I'cpke, vk th
WasbltiKton. Dec. Z.
. ihIoii tleiiiinni; llu I'l.
domestic territory while
to the colitentiiiUM of the
in thla particular .aae, lv
R with the tle.'lHIOllH ol the court ill
other iiiHiilar canen
Cbiel JllHtite Kllllei
etl the det'lHioil ni tilt
nt tlx UaltOtl StatiH
taiiff ease of Kmll J.
I nited States, commonly known
the "fonrteen tliumoml rinsH" MM
The court IioIiIk the PhtHpoaBW
have been a purl of tin- (":iltet Stu'
looa the llgalMi ol the treaty ol
I'ariH ami that no duller, are collet ;
able nu goodi paHaliiK lo the I n
Stateh from the iulands
The Porto Rican Case.
Washington Dee - TsM I'orlo It'
cou Iuaular coae of Heni' W. Dooley
ih. the t'liltttl Stuteb WtM decided I'V
the supreme court today against Do.'
ley. The touit held tint duties On
..ntlH liupni leil into Port J Rico froi i
the United Staen after paaaagc of (h
Korakcr tariff act were for the hem
tit of Porto Kit n. ami th refore prop
In the Philippines ease While.
QfOjr, Shiran and MeKenna dlsaented
In the Porto Kit o MM W'b"' dissem
ed In part, and Fuller Harlan Hiewer
and Peckham in whole.
Anti-Oleomargarine, No. ft
Nearly two thoiiHam! bills and reao
ItttlOM wi le ilit i nduced ill the house
today The anti-oleoiuarKarlue bill of
McCleary. of Minnesota, la nuiiih. i
one Aiiiouk the more important are:
The anti trust hill of LlttleBeld, of
Maine: Pacific cable bills by Corllaa,
lOBOO and Sliuiuiau, two auliauaich
Reed Rules Adopted.
Reed rules were adopted In the
houae after a long discussion thla
afternoon the naaibon dividing oo
party linee Hepburn republican In
surgent. withdrew his oppoaltlon, but
refrained from voting.
In Nome Case xitneas Swears
Sheppard Wanted Moned
Sun Francisco Dei . In th.' Nnni'
Invest IrhI inn before the federal court,
a HciiHattnnnl affidavit was tiled todi.
by H. I.. Rlake. of Nome. He all. 'Res
thnt the lederal commisHloner. L. It
Sheppanl stated on his arrival al
Nome: "We are tint up l-.ere for our
health. Tell the people It will he o
their advantage to crease the wheelH
It Is claimed that nnMces ooverlnn
placer grand would be dated earlier
than the original location aud then
leeorded on blank pages left In the
MaMd tor that purpoae.
WHEAT 80LD AGAIN.
A Small Aggregate Recorded on Las
Wheat made another nimp Sati,,
dny. Th RMBl market rMjOgtM .T
icnts whie i p thv hl';acst !t hti.i
I II ban Slliee the Prop (I I .in I W11
arveatod. Many (anaoxa ttok a!
vantage of this rise ami Mid, thcr.'
pioliablv hcilig riO.noo bushels sold '. i
the o'inty Snturday afternoon. Lacal
dealers hav ' received m quotatlo' :
today, but the eastern markets epem-d
ad ' Insed stronger than Saturda.
ami the Indications are that the to i
of the local market has ao( pal bee i
MACNATES WANTED TO BREAK
LAWSON AND KEEN.
They Had a Tussle on Wall Street
With Standard Oil.
New York. Dec. 2. A statement
was igade in Wall street today that
the Standard Oil magnates win. con
trol the Amalgamated cupper, begun
the beni movement for tin ptirH)se ol
breaking i ii "i uud Keen, who Ml
leep in the Amalgamated ami ptayiai
(he market sironglv lm an extra divi
dend In September. Instead, the
Sum, lard men bald to the old dlvMaad
ami the slock dropped thirty point.-;
Keetie got from under ami settled.
Law son made a roar ami was qulotod
with a five year loun. TaM KoOM
turned against l.awson.
NOW TURIOUS STORMS
RAGE ON ALASKA N SHORE
Steamer Ciosstng Queen Charlottr
Sound Saw Big Scab.
Port Townaend Wash.. .. Tin
IteaWlhlp Alkl, with fortv paaaeiiKe -ami
$tiu,iHMi ot treasure i.rrlved from
ilie north uud reports furious storms
an laging along the Alaskan .nan.
lu crossing Queen ChailoMe Sounu.
the decks wen washed from ruin m
Item with mnliHtroiiH waves.
V ANTECOTS IS Bi I TER.
He Wnom the King Woun led Less Si
nous in Condit.nn.
Amsterdam. Dee. I. rbe co id It Ion
of Major Vantecots. adlutani of tin
royal aoMOhold repoiie.i loun.lcd re
cently In a duel with the print' con
sort over treatment of the QOaOQj ktj
leaa serious today, but no.ie ar- ullov
ed to see him
GAS STRUCK NEAR
BINGHAM CITY. UTAH
Column of Water and Rocks Ro&e Hi
Feet in the Air.
Salt Lake Dec l' iaa was struck
near Hrighaui City, Utah, at a depth
of Kd feet, a column of tock ajad
ami water six Inches In dlaineti r fj
iug inn feet in tin air. smashing th
Some Congreisional Statistics.
Washington. Dm -' According to
an alphabetical list, the first mau lu
the uew house of I epreaentul I vea I
A. h. son. of Pennsylvania The last
is gaeaor, of Indiana. There are no
members of the houae whose uamee
begin with "Q" or "X " There are 43
Chicago Entertains Men Who
Raise Meat Foods.
Anti-Saloon League is in Session in
Washington. D C Dec '1 Temper
ame leaflets ami other delegates to
a total of several hundred are pies
cut today at the opening of the con
ventinn of the American Anti Sahx-u
League Tin gathering was called to
order by le Luther H Wilson, lb'
acting president of the league. The
i pons ol tin oftli i i sho.v that Hlm -lts
formation six wars ago the oigau
lat Ion has spread its work over ihlr
ty slx states aii'l batrritOTlM aii'l now
has in Its meinltership nearly 2n0 nu
tlonal, state and local bud! a dcvoti I
to the HiippreHHion of Hie liquor tiafli.'
Temperance the laaue.
Olyuipia WsaJi Dat, 2 - An . let
Hon is In progress MM today for a
mayor and other BMaMtptJ ofilfllcers
The i (iiitesl lias been waged oil pure
ly total Issues, one ticket being aup
IMirted by Hi. i. in,t lanee ,. tiple aud
the other by those favoriug a wldt-
A Pugiliat Died.
Chhago. Dec i. Dutch" Reinlo
gel middleweight pugilist, died thlv
morning from the effect of Injuries
al the hands of Jim Dribtoll. In th
rooteet of Saturday night Relnlger
was not knocked out. A hemorrhage
of the brain Is the Immediate cauae
Bank Clerk Courtie Captured.
Liverpool Dei 2. flank tMerk
( oiitlle, the central figure In the re
cent I.lveriiool bauk frauds, has beet
Ooudle had 3oft pounds In his iioeket
w lji ii arrested at Rootle, where he had
been In hiding. He will he brought ...
London for trial with Divk Burge and
Bookmaker Kelly, the latter two hav
ing MM ifinauded this morning after
a partial hearing.
THOSE IN HKIH PEACES
OCCASIONS WHEN RULERS
OF SEVERAL GREAT NATIONS
Were Honored in Various Ways in
Washington, Pec. 2. President '
and Mrs Roosevelt were loday the re
celplenls of numerous congratulation.
on the occasion of the fifteenth wed
ding anletary. MsMMa of the ar
lad of mourning for tin late president
there was no formul recognition if
the aniilve. aTt
Delegates Will Inspect Stock Yards
and Will Take up Many Important
Issues Affecting the Men Who
Raise Cattle and Sheep in the Unit
ed States. Canada and Mexico.
Chicago. Hi., Dec. 2 It waa a
large and representative gathcting
tlmt greeted President John W.
Springer of Denver this morning
when he Btaaaad to the front nt the
Htage at the Studebaker Theatre ami
called to order the iith annual conven
Hon of the National Live Stock asso
elation. Prominent cattle raisers,
dealers, commission men packers
ami transportation, men filled every
seat in thi big a Hum. The ma
ioi it nf I hose in attendance natural
ly -auie from the weat, where the
great Industry centers, though othci
portions of the country WM not with
nut i. pres. ntati.iii. Th. largest del
egations were those from Colorado.
Idaho. Iowa. Nebraska. Texas, Ari
zona. Wyoming, New Mexico I'tah
Montana nml Hie Dakota. PTi r:i!'
.it legations from the live stock organ
l.atious of I'anaila ami Mexico were
also In attendance.
The opening session, which lenati
at 'J aii ami continued until noon, was
devoted to the opening formalities.
Ail dresses of welcome were delivered
by fjovernor Yates. Mayor Harrison
and nthere. The response was en
Ik. died In the annual address of Prcs
Idem Springer The latter reviewed
in an Interesting way the wonderful
growth of th. livestock Industry In
the I'tllti-d Slates ami spoke ot the
legislative ami other matters needed
to promote the Interests of those en
gaged In the business
The sessinns began Ibis morning
will continue through the greater part
ot Hi. week. The meetings will be
confined to the forenoon and the uf
let noons will be devoted to the In
inaction ot th. big cattle show now
in progress and visits to the packing
plants An Important feature of the
convention's work will lie to coiisld
et the report ol tin- committee ap
IMiiuteil to draft bllla for national
laws. The commltteee 1n Its report
recommend- bills as follows: For
federal Inspection of Interstate ship
men's ol live stock for government
inspection of woolen goods allowing
silt lets hi the arid ajid semi arid ills
triets the right to exchange lamis m
final valui with tin- government so
as to solid It v their holdings for tin
set .mil assistant secretary ol agrlciil
lure who shall be Mgalrod to give his
whole attention to tin live stock In
dually, aud for a classified assess
Meal of live Htoek.
Promlaagd aawag thooa who arc
14 lle.lllled to i lid I ess the convention
are Secretray of Agriculture Wilson.
Renator Warren, of Wyoming, Dr. K.
Salmon, chlel of the buifau of animal
intlustry ami Frederick V Oolvlllo
Queen's Birthday Celebrated.
Londnn, lec 2. The anniversary
nf Queen Alexandra's birth, whit h m
Cttrrad yesterday, was nfTicially eele
bratl il ladap tbrnughtut Kngland
Scotland. Wales ami the loyal part of
Ireland. The private wire to Marl
borough RoaOC was kept busy with
telegrams of congratulation from the
various rulers of Knrope. tnembera of
th" llrlllsh royal family, cabinet nfil
'era ami others The queen also re
celved a large number of yaliiable
Celebrated in Canada.
Ottawa Out lie. 'j Reports from
ttli quarters Indicate a general observ
I DOa of the Queen's birthday through
out Canada today. In this city a
royal salute wan Brad "lis morning
ami Hags m iv liberally displayed on
public ami private bulldlnga.
MATTERS FOR PRODUCERS.
Southern Harvest Fruit Grower! In
Two States Met.
San Francisco. Dec. 2. The fruit
g.owera of Calliornla . mm netl In
twenty-sixth annul session today lu
Ptoact r Hall The feature ot the morn
lug session was tin annual address
of Hie incident. I'M wood Cooper. At
I'l" il't. 'III. loll SCSSI.III III. I.KlllHlk for
the prune Industry, the gat idtlous
Iruii outlook in the San Joaquin val
ley i ml other matters of interest to
Hie growers were ilUfUHScil.
OBERLIN CARTES CASE.
Appeal ia Up fora Hearin j in Pie
Washington. Dei 2 The case of I.
M Carter, aguinst i; sMrl w He
Claugbrey came up for hearing In Hit
United Stales siiprem. court today
This i an appeal limn the deciatOfl
of Hie circuit coiii t nt Kansas deny
iug the w ill of habt as corpus lor the
release ol Carter from Hie iienlleil
nary on the ground oi .not in his
trial fot defrauding the goveiumeiil
in connection with harbor improve
oad at Igyaaaafe He is now sen
a term ot leu yeais' impi Isonnniit
LABOR MANS TROUBLES
Santiago Igleaiaa are to be Tried in
lai Juun Pnilo Kit ii, Deo. - San
tiago Iglcsias Hit delegate sent In
PuM.n iii Homperh ol the American
I ' .1. I al Ion ol luboi lo orgeul.c the
workmen ul Porto Ktco ami who wus
arrested ami put in Jail on his arrival
In i. was plat ed on tnal today. He
Ih c huigcd with conspiracy to poi
Made i lu bit al ii d. ialloii of laboi to
milt i all labor organizations In go on
strike unless the) were paid lu gold
at Hie same rales as they bail liet n
paid III silver.
THE NEW YORK MARKET
Reported b I. L. Ray A Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers
New York, Doe. I. Tb'ie waa an
active market in wheal odes and th.)
close waa at the high pgjgj of the
day and 14 over Saturday. Liverpool
opened al ami t loaetl B for
May. New York opened al hi m
i Insed X.'.Si hi. ago opened 77 and
Ojaggd 191494' The visible supply
sbowetl an imrease for Hie week oi
:,4M4,inhi. making a total of
l OUIpait'd with Lii.oUl ntm ki t0H ( aa. (
last year Stocks lower. Money
i..i ..ni Close Saturday H'Z.
open toflay, 82V
Rauge today. ttGUZ'b.
( lose today, kt
St. Paul. M.
tJalM Paciflt . in is
Wheat in 8an Franclace.
San Francisco. Dec. I. Wheat
No Bodies Found.
San Fiat., iscy. Dec. 2. No moro
bodies from the wie. kt-d San Rafael
are dlacovered. Tbe death Hat la un
Ami then tin1 Southern
Francis Joseph riono'iti.
Vienna, Pec. 2 The fifty-third an
nlversary of the accession of Kmper
or Francis Joseph to Hit- thione was
celebrated today here and In all the
principal cities of the empire. Husl
uess was suspended generslly in this
city, ami In all the churches thanks
giving Services were held
OPENED AT NOON TODAY
President Roosevelt Touched the gut
ton In Washington and the Electric
Current did the Rest --Ceremonies
Cotton Palace ll for the Indue
Charleston. S. ('., lie. l' Prompt
ly at mam today Presub ii' Koosevelt
in Washington touched an electric
button tiansmltllng a curient that
put lilt Into the marvelous and In
numerable pieces ot machinery that
fill the great Industrial palates that
have sprung up Maddln like on the
banks of the Ashley river Simul
taneously, from llu lostrum facing
a crowd fit 0,9M Interested s la
tins. President K. H Wgnner annoum
etl thai the Inttistale ami West In
dian BxpOOlUOB, lm which Hie city of
Charleston ami Hie slate ot south
Carolina have been preparing tor
many months past, bail bet nine an ac
No attempt al elaborate dtapta) waa
made In the oflb ml opening MTOasM
les though they won none tbe less
mi. nsllng and Impressive The mu
sical portion of the program wan fur
nished by the First Artillery Hand of
the I nlted States hi my The oratlou
ol Hie day was delivered by Seuatoi
Cbauiu i y M I a pi w ot Nt w Vofki
K 'J Wnguer. president of the MM1
sun ui. proaldod nvei the ooremoolea
and adilieSHiH wen datlMMd h) Hov
ernor McSweney, Mayor J ili;er
siiiyth ami other roprMoatatlYo i HI-
ens of the state The eel ctuoii!i-S
atari praaadad by a miiiiaiy paradt
lii which (Jolted BtOtOl MarilM aev-
oral ooMpaaloi tit latoatrj ami the i.
cal military look pan At the mo
iiienl of opening the exposition a sa
lute oi canon was fired and lings ft .in
a thousand staffs on Hie exposition
buildings wire simullaneously tin
lulled. The tlay whh ii guoaral holi
day in Charleston ami al noon ll ap-
paarod hh though the rati re populi
Hon imn women ami chllilteii, bill
gathered at the exnosll ,i'l gun da
Tonight llu opening COrOOtOOlOl Wlltd
up wiih an elaboial' pv i .lei In i. : .
Is An Industrial Affair.
The exposltoin opened loday ilia a
gati like pthOI gl' Ul lulls, i olulm mo
rati sole, past en-lit bill, on the otli
i r hand, la d' signed t upaP m-w lu
duslrles ami commerce Hh spaolgf
piiipoH. is lo pioiuoli . oiiici. lul is
Inn. no with Hi. West Indian Islands
On account oi its pe ullar south, i a
atUUHipliere Hie t posit Ion eujovs ter
t ia in original featUrei impoHslbiu al
oil,, i gn at shows nf the kind
The exposition grounds POV0I un
an a of liu acres, lm lulling a laigu
fruiilagn on Ashley Hv. i The pi In
. ipal buildings an the cotton, 00M
merit , agriiultuie mlm rala anil for
estry, ailuiiiiiniiaiion lodltorlum,
woman's negro's ami irausportatlou
ami mat lilnery The building schema
is southern lu style, ami instead of
roadway! ami asphalt. t Street! lead
lug from one building lo amnio i
then are winding walk" under spread'
iug live oaV tiocs
The Cotton Palace.
The luoal imposing building Is I be
Oattaa Nigra which ooveri SO ,000
H.piare feel Anolhei Imptniaiit Ina
ture Is Hie lelllle buildlug. lu which
liu BBJJN I lesaon is given ol the tbivel
opiiieiii or cotton luaiiufacturlea In
the south. The handsome building
devoted to the oegro department lo
limit i ib. aiMUgoaieni of Rookei T
Washington In it ire noBtaiood
elalsnult uxblhils int. inie.l to show
lb. den o, in, i,t ol the lo gfO i gl ..
darigg the last twenty five yuan The
lm stock exhibit oavariag mteen
MPM is also an Isportaal pan of
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