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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

v THE STANDARD-EXAMINER SJJNDAY, APRIL 11, 1920. If v MAY 1 DEGLARED I"".'- "NURRMGE MY", j, Sultan of Turkey Issues Im ' ''I perial ecree to Promote f Marriages in Country y CONSTANTINOPLE, April 11. The Sultan, Mohammed VI, has issued an imperial decree' proclaiming: May 1 as i "marriage day" throughout Turkey in an effort to promote the weddings and ' . to arrest the decline in birthrate. This action was taken on the request of Hazim Bey, Minister of "Interior, who ascribes the decreased number of tJit births in Turkey to the" frivolity of L ' young women. In the Sultan's decree, all engaged r- persons who have been unable to mar , yy earlier are' urged to do so on May jW are to be made for marriages per- ' formed on that day, guests at wed- j dings are to make no girts, the first children of those who wed on Ma 1 are to receive Ihe names of the chil dren of the Sultan and to receive the gift, of a bracelet from the. governor of the province in which the child is born. IL The Sul...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

1 1 . m , 20j ; s THE STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY, APRIC II', 1920. ! I MHJIEampmIDWBIlAnHUBr''''- I THE NASH TRUCK IS A GENERAL FAVORITE wwniiiiliii,Lii.i i.i J . HiW'J'.HJJ.' -MM '. -5LJJL-L-HL- "' -U- jaLgJ-g-J'-Lt-lJi-U. UIHWJII.yili.il Convinced of llic superiority of the NASH TRUCK, the Utah "Wholesale Grocery Company has pur j,j "Oiased four of them from the Pacific-Nash Motor Co., two of which are shown in the above cut. I iEMITl ! ; TO FORD FAMILY i 7 Although the Ford motor car Is l probably the best known car in the) l world, and the different types of Fords j It the nfost commonly seen, there Is ono j member of the large and ever growing Ford am My that has never been seen i outside tho Ford factory In Detroit I ' and that Js a small tractor. This small I I member of tho Ford family has a I power plant consisting of a model T I motor and docs much of the hauling I j around tho parent factory- I j As it is constructed with a spoclal- I i ly short wheelbase it is capablo of n...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

" r ' """la HH THE STANDARD-EXAMlINbK suiNiJAr, AKKIL II, 1920. ri, ' ' '! ? H HH EFFICIENCY AND DURABILITY RECOGNIZED IN THE NASH TRUCK -' t Efficient and rapid transportation are essential elements in the canning industry. Considering these factors, the Van Alcn Canning Company has placed in its service 1 he above two-ton capacity Nash Trucks. The company has used Nash trucks the past three years with complete satisfaction. . f ' ' r i. i i . i .i in i n iiiimim I, : UNIFORM MOTOR CAR LAWS B NEED OF NATIONS TOURISTS IM J5y lt.' Y., Cooke, of the Hacino Rub Pi ber Company 11 ,1 Touring' is the motorist's great am M biliori. To- view the wonders of this JJ great country from a comfortable mo ll tor car is 'surely the iileal way to tr,av Hj el the vacation supreme. B Motor tourist travel will he' sr'ealer HI this year than ever before. More mon H ey is being invested in good roads H 1 than in any previous year. The. desire, HI to climb into one's motor car :iiul 1 -f head for tlie na...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

H 1 22 THE STAND ARDEX AMI NER SUNDAY, APRIL 11. 1920. I IB DEMAND 1, CAUSES EXPANSION New Factory at Milwaukee Under Course of Con ' struction H 1 I Increasing demand for products of Hj I tho Nash Motors company Is reflected Hj in substantial additions to tho great plant at Kenosha during the past year according to P. J. O'Carroll of the! Pacific Nash Motor company. It Is in this factory that Nash six cylinder cars and Nash trucks .arc built, the, new plant in Milwaukee, now under i construction being planned for thci H ' exclusive production of the Nash four. In addition to new buildings thatj have been added to the Kenosha plant In the past twelve months, thousands' of dollars worth of additional nia- ehinery also has been installed- As a fl j l-cstilt tho factory of the Nash Motors ! company is regarded as one of the' fl largest and most thoroughly equipped plants in the automotive industry, j To the visitor at the Nash factory! It Is plain that the dominating Ideal Is that of f...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

iVjB r THE STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY, APRIL 11,1 920. ' - 23 j ' l:M ; GOLF IS IIs SPORT EAST Chicago Sports Bring Game to ' Fore During Past 5 Years; Many Stars Play H Eastern golfers and golC officials H should wonder at the progress of the H ancient and honorable game in and m about Chicago, where the pastime has H grown by leaps and bounds during the H past five years. If some of the cast- H crners could have looked in upon the banquet of the Chicago golf officials H and boosters a fow wecks ago they H Avould have been able to .answer for H themselves, the question of Chicago's - supremacy. N r" ' .t Every winter golf offic'als in ChJ- cago stage a ""get-together" session at HH pe" which plans for the approncli'ng sca- son are discussed pro and con and ar- Hl rangements made to keep the fair HB name of the Windy City very much on the golf map. Ilt And these sessions are not all talk. I , For instance, each year there is a Chicago District tournament in which J none but members of...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

24 THE SI ANPARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY, APRIL II, 1 920. II NEED OF STRONG PATRIOTISM IS SUBJECT OF WINNING ORATION IN . WEBER-OGDEN HIGH COMPETITION "The Need of a Strong American I Patriotism" was the title Of the win I nine; oration delivered bj Mi.-s Ruth . Scowcioft of Weber Normal college in the Dr. E ! Rich contest at the j i dpn tabernacle Friday afternoon Mi - SCOWCrofl 18 ' ho daughter of, 3 Mr. and Un Heher Bcowcroft She I is a junior at Weber, i Hei oration follows: "Patriotism is soul devotion 10 on's cause or to his countrs. It Is that I cause tor which men give theil bap I piness, honor and lives. Plato said, Ji 'There is no affinity nrcr than one's ! countrj " American patriotism ? that oualitv which hsfl held this nation to reiher since it was first organized, by I those colonists who declared American I Independence. j "Toda the Pnited States peeds I j strnn? American patriotism. If we look I back through the annals of our his- tory, we shall see that the little ker nel ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

H ; " NEW WRAPS FROM OLD MODELS, MUMMY INCLUDED ' ill flH Women of To-day Appropriate Hj v Style of Ancient WRAPS aro still in high favor and BtiU they are of the perilous, hairbreadth variety B which has no incorporated HH fastening'. Ko wonder women hesl- HVI V' lat3 to S,ve up thy nymphliko poae ; " : which -Is produced by clutching1 one's ,' .. - wrap about one with a gracefully ! v . . startld a.t if h. v'r.g- at that moment i ' diTovered a lurking in the r-id- (' . distance. . .-. ' . There aro fov rejture more engag- BH V in? or more truly pootic, and modern HH I ;.- : ' drees jives little enough occasion for HL ir- ' ' ' poctlc imaginings. It is, however, a mjF V " singularly romantic episode I- the hls- H9f tyfe. ' ' tory of a season's mcde1- when it can I:aW J forth at Uj same time f.c mum jffifl -" l-'y ' " my wrap, the Spanish shawl, the cava MB " ' . Her cape, the Moorish cloak and the i ' altogether quaint and quilted chinfs m -r c01..t. jn ,'y The mummy wrap Is a rema...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

I J THE STANDARD-EXAMINER SUNDAY, APRIL 11, i20. HB i I DOPE POINTS TO : ! . BEMPSOTflli j Physique and Punching Power Both in Champion's Favor; How Both Men Compare With .ill this talk of a world's heavy- t -weight championship battle between Jack Dempsey of America, the title holder, and Georges Carpentier, cham pion of Europe, it Is interesting to note facts and figures. Of cours.e, figures in the game of pugilism do not always mean a great deal. One may look back j i, to that fracas of July -I last when l' Dempsey demonstrated iat conclu-1 r ( sively by upsetting Jess Willard and I winning the crown at Toledo, i j i if one could depend on advantage 1 in weight, height, reach, and all of I those things in physical development , to bring victory, then such a thing 1 us betting on a contest would be out 1 j of the question. If Dempsey could 1 1 have been Judged by what the scales . and tape lino showed before his clash ,1 with the huge Willard, his chances wouldn't have been worth ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINEK Sunday, -akkil 11, 192G. ' ' 27 - f :!: 1 ILEOHD AFTER . Oll'S TITLE I Lightweight Champ Writes In- I -'teresting Article for Local Sport Lovers (Bv BENNY LEOXARW) When Billy Gibson, my manager, announced a row months ago that he would like to match me with Mike O'Dowd for the world's middleweight title a lot of people immediate!: M r--' thought he was about to get me m a lot of trouble. On ovcrv hand fans remarked, a good little man can't beat a good big , ' man." And I was the little man re ferred to. ! 1 Before continuing with this art clc, ! I want the fans to understand that ( I 1 am not egotistical and do not want to appear as such. I think 1 can win ( from O'Dowd. 1 V big fellow is never as fast as his smaller opponent. The heavier one is.i the slower he becomes. The big boxer, can hit harder, but if he cannot land, his punch isn't of much value. When two men are practically the 1 same in ability, woight usually is the, , deciding factor. But that is onl...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

1 1 .... . n -- n I Traits of Race Horses Baffle Most Expert of Turfmen I ssssssl i - i i -I B 6 NATURALIST , FAIRBROTHER. RIDiNG K" THIS OLD FELLOW RUNS HS BEST FSACES WHEN LEAST , By HENRY V. KING. f I - HAT thoroughbred horses do not race i I more consistently and win every lhn , , o - -L their past performances or speco 1 I f trials say they slioti Id is because tliey liav- 1 i . Vj,.,so many of-the characteristics of man. Like SS '.! humans, some thoroughbreds are better I ( ' physically than others; some are. more cou- . rfc0l,s tla others: some have more Intel j Jigcnce than others: some are meaner than - others: some have more likes and dislikes ' . 'lhan others; some are frivolous, others seri- j ous. some are honest and others are not ' , ' Since racing became a popular spon con- I I ' turics ago. thousands of men hav devote) I I ' : ' their lives to studying the horse. Tliev hav I learned probably a million things abou: liim H 3 . but to-day they know ns liitlo about him ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

mm : ' - - - 111 1 CHAPTER XXI. (Cont'd.) The Lesson. 7-BS, Allan," she replied, "as ' $ do people who remain upon this globe, whence those othera hare departed. Do if men and women still remarry Id . the world, Allan, as in my day they J (,, were wont to do?" ,". "Of course it is allowed." HS I "As many other things, or per- HHf, chance this same thing, may be al- m lowed elsewhere, for when thert Hb are so many habitations from Hf which to choose, why should we Hpjt always dwell In one of them, how- HjH j ever strait the rooms or poor the Hpj i. Now, understanding that I was Hp symbolized by the "strait room" Hgjjg i and the "poor prospect" I should HB ' have grown angry, bad not a cer- HfjE tain sense of humor come to my HfiSfl rescue, who remembered that after fra all her satire was profoundly true. HHi Why on -earth, or, rather, beyond 89 the earth, should anyone desire to HEK remain unalterably bound to and HH inextricably wrapped up in such a H personality as my own, especial...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

II '(Continued from Preceding Page) shlt thou reach thy home, for all 1b prepared to take thee hence, and thy companions with thee. Safe shalt thou live tor many a year, till i thy time comes, and then, per chance, thou wilt find those whom thou hast lost more kind than to J night they seemed to be." She roso and drawing herself up to the full ol her height, stood i there majestic. Then she beckoned to me to come near, for I, too, hau j risen and left the dais. I obeyed, i and bending down she held her hands over me as though in bless ' ing, as a mother might, then with out a word pointed toward the cur tains, which at this mo ment were drawn, by whom I do not know. " j I wont, and when I 1 reached them turned to $ look my last on her. There she yet stood, but now her eyes were fixed ( upon the ground and her M'ipw face once more was r brooding as though r'ip fiS forgot that such' a mau as I had erer been. mi Christians can bear the heat for long.' ' "That finished me, Baas. I just ...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

' .7... .... SSSJ Sj&jsj l I j " ' . Startling Experiments Thai Seem to JPIH 0 I I sr-;. Prom That by Transplanting a sm H j ll 1' ThLittle r3iack 'Cdo .Sc.ence. fo Entirely a Matter of Secretin "P 1 ' M cording to This Now Theory, Change the Little frofn the Glands Above the Kitosyo . fKMTfNrag . Black Girl Into One a3 Vhite if Transplanted. ; Called the Suprarenals. Look at the . , JffiWiliTO In All Other Respects, of Course, the Photograph Opposite. . . W&T, ' 4?$J$ Negro Child Would Remain a'Heiro. tiH I By Dr. W.H. Ballon. Via TTT17 is a man wkite, blck, brown W or yellow skllln0(1? Tilis age-old K v problem seems to have been set- BAv tied except in certain minor details. AM! Color of the skin is due to substances MHi which exudo from the twin glands or cap- H sules above the kidneys, callod tho supra- U, renals. This announcement is made by HSjfi Professor Arthur Keith, president of the HLj British Association for the Advancement VJn . of Science, one of the most cele...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 11 April 1920

I ' I ' l l : ' 4! : J ADY DUFF-GORDON, the famous "Lucile" of London, and foic- " H , IW' ' J$$W- A WW 1 . most creator of fashions ia the world, writes ach week the fashion , hHB , f fl J I SSX 'JL-1 article for this newspaper, presenting -all" thai is newest and -best ia MmWS ' H fclv V - slylcs for well-dressed women. 'xfcv. fl K i I -3 V -; f.,fH)-Pr f?WK . Lady Duff-Gordon's Paris establishment brings her into close toucfc If- '" IK Sf . Hi H I ' V' W" , lMfeW ' with that centre of fashion. MW" ' ' : - HF H , "S ' Udy Duff-Gordon's American establishments are at Nos. 37 and 39 ' ; '.''; J, ' ' g I llll 'ill H ( By Lady Duff-Gordon ("Lucile") HI I I PRING "svalliins suits show a greater length lhan did their pro y, decessors. the Winter suits. TI107 i show a greater fulness c the skirt. ' I f Noticeable, too, is tlie higher belt. The il material is corduroy, kitten car or trico- lotte. all stout materials to fend off the stinging wind and the treacherous , changes of temperatur...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 April 1920

- ! M fl Unsettled in east portion, I I 1 I fl.i 5felfc I ifl BB li'm, jCV )kNl BTmB 1 1111 ll oMhe day 5t? bSVound'ln '-, I mm v Vly MVJv I i -vvvl WXr Willie )L Fiftieth Year-No. 88. Price Five Cents OGDEN CITY, UTAH, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 12, 1920. ' ' ' . l " WEBER GYMNASIUM PLANS TAKE FINAL FORM I - JB- A R A sfl A ' A A .A. -B ' ' -IbH Britisii Ambassador Delivers I Reply to Premier Millei M and; Text Withheld I CONFAB WITH LLOYD GEORGE IS WELCOMED I Troops to Be Withdraw 1 From Occupied Section I When Germany Moves 9 .LONDON, April 12. The latest KS French note on the subject of the j French organization move received here, this morning says that the Hi French trqops in Frankfort and other Hi occupied cities will be withdrawn im M mcdlately.upon the withdrawal of tho German troops from the Ruhr region. Hj It promises, it is stated, that no fur- j thcr independent action will be taken Ij PARIS, April 12. TheEarl of I I Derby, British ambassador to France, fa delivered to Premi...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 April 1920

1 . 1 i '2 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 12, T9Z0. , 1 In the Spring Time Any fool knows enough to carry an umbrella when it rains, but fr- fi-jh e nian is B' '. I ? gSjskt he who carries 1 r ZfcywY0116 wnen flfell I only cloudy. . w ffifr3 7. Any man will Hj ( I fmiMNlll' for a doctor -KSL II bedfast' but the mrQfl. i wiser one is he I 3L"3!il ffl- who adopts jl -v proper measures I ' before his ills become serious. During a hard winter or the following spring one ' i feels run-down, - tired out, weak and nervous. Probably you have P I , suffered from a cold, the Grip or fl flu, which has left you thin, weak and pale. This is the time to put fl I your system in order. It is time I for house-.cleaning. A good, old-fashioned alterative and temperance tonic is one made 1 of wild roots and "barks," without ' the use of alcohol, and called Dr. . , Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, in tablet or liquid form. This is nature's tonic, which restores the . tone of the stomach, activity...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 April 1920

THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL T 2, 1 9Z0. X 5 , ! 1 i I ' Dorothy Dix Talks j PAYING THE PRICE j.. By DOROTHY DIX, ilie World's, Highest Paid Woman Writer ; One of the greatcso obstacles to hu- man happiness coneists in our unwill ingness to recognize the fact that everything in this' world has a price tag on it and that we must raj' cash ever the counter for everything we Something for something. Nothing HH lor nothing, Pinchback cheap. Fine UB . .-r- ( gold. 'high. It is" the i'mmu table law of nature that never changes. Can Not Esc?.pj Common Fate. j mm We admit the truth of this fo far; IB as other people are concerned, hut i I when it comes to ourselves we chci' IK ish the fallacious hope lhat ye shall. IB escape the common iate. We think that,, somehow, we aro going to be able to graft our way through life, that some .mira.de will happen 10 us so that wo will get the sweet w.Uicut the bitter, .and gather wnere we have not' k sown, and reap" where we have noti ; P It is a...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 April 1920

I 6 THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920. ' ffl IT STATE AND JDAMO NEWS i Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem State ITOPPLES FROM L. A. Woman Slightly Hurt in Fall and Roll Down Embankment SALT LAKE, Aprill'J. Killing from a Los .Angeles and Salt Lake train between Oasis and Delta Saturday night, Mrs. C. E. Millerspaugh, wife of a Los Angeles merchant was se verely cut and bruised. Mrs. Millers paugh rolled down a twenty-five Toot embankment. The train was running about thirty-five miles an hour, ac cording to the report of the Salt Lake Route dispatcher, and (he reason for the. woman's fail is a mystery, j Mrs. Millerspaugh was taken to the ' Holy Cross hospital, where she was . attended by Dr. A. J. Hosmer. Exam- 1 ination showed that no bones were 1 1 broken but painful cuts and bruises 'j were found and airs. Millerspaugh 1 j was suffering from shock. Shortly after the train left Oasis the porter ran through the train shouting, "a woman has fallen off." I Instantl...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 April 1920

LLW THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920. 7. i'liN Rl f j Desks, Chairs, Filing- Cabinets! v- I and everything for the office I V; I Office Supplies J V, For Subscription and Advertlslno Department, Call Phone No. 56. If RANDOM I REFERENCES Kindling wood. Phone S28. 424. s Clean rags wanted at The Standard - Permission for J. J. Brummitt to see bis three children pending the out .sjar conie of the divorce actionnow pond 5? ing, was issued by Judge A. W. Agee ' . n an order directed to Lulu Brummitt. the court orders that the children re- main in the custody of the mother, but gives the father the right to visit the children at reasonable times. 1 Flowers telegraphed anywhere in 1 , . Ihe. United States or Canada. Dumkc Floral. Phone 250. 3336 New Son Mr. and Mrs. George A. Compton are parents of a 9-pound baby boy born Sunday morning. Mr. Compton is deputy in the office of County Treasurer D. W. Evans. Clean rags wanted at The Standard ' ' Couple Weds. Byron Scott of I Malta...

Publication Title: Ogden Standard-Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ogden standard-examiner. — 12 April 1920

H 8 . ; , . THE STANDARD-EXAMINER MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920. . ; ' II I : Fast Competition to Rule During Season in Major Circuits Greatest Season in History Expected During 1920; Clubs in Both Circuits Stronger Than in Previous j Seasons i They're off I Wednesday afternoon In the big cities, of the east, the teams entered in the flag races in the American and Rational leagues will open play in )t what gives promise of being the great pst season in organized baseball. This season the teams in both leagues will bo stronger than in past years and the l ooting of the fans should also be keen er than ever before His Majesty, or rather His Umps, the dictator, and manv times termed the king on the baseball field, will send the men away to a fast start, with weather permit ting, amid the clicking of the turn , stiles at the entrance of sixteen parks. I in the United States, i 'Twill be a grand occasion for the I big leaguers. In fact, for some, it will) J be more than grand for others the' te...

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