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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 February 1919

W' i iM.-m . Page Tito THE EVENING MISSOURIAX. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. fl i SOCIETY NOTES Mrs. Emmett Pipes of rtocheport is the guest of her daughter. Miss Hazel Pipes at the Alpha Delta Pi house. The Alpha Delta Pi sorority gave an informal house dance last night. Lieutenant Merle Duffield of Tulsa. Okla., is the guest of his brother, 'Earl Duffield, at the Sigma Chi house. James Moss is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stephens at Jefferson City. Miss Blanche Potts of Centralia ar rived today to be the guets of Miss Vir ginia Cason at the Chi Omega house. The Chi Omega sorority will hold initiation tonight for the following: Misses Cora Sadler Edjthe Cornelius, Dorothy Friedichs, .Nellie Millan and Pauline Cochran. .Mrs. W. X. Rider arrived yesterday from Marshall to spend the week-end with Mr. Rider at the Daniel Boone Tavern. Mr. and Mrs. Rider will be guests at the Pi Beta Phi house for tea Sunday evening. The Phi Delta Theta fraternity will have as dinner guests this evenin...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 February 1919

'"TTV "-y jjww t VN- . ' IS CRITICIZES BIG SALARY OTTE- WILSON Congressman Says Enormous Payments Cause Labor Disquiet. UNFAIR, IS CHARIGE Packer Says Commission Denied Packers a Hearing. Criticism of large salaries paid by corporations was expressed before the House committee on interstate and foreign commerce this week by Rep resentative Sims of Tennessee, the chairman, during the cross-examination of Thomas K. Wilson. Chicago packer. Mr. Williams spoke in Co lumbia last week and went from here to Washington. Air. Wilson told of his salary of $123,000 year as president of Wilson & Co., and of the gift to him at the time of the reorganization of the com pany of V2 million dollars' worth of common stock, with the privilege of buying 3 million dollars additional at one-tenth of its face value. Mr. Wilson's salary is the largest of any of the packers, that of Edward Mor ris being $70,000, Louis R Swift $30, 000 and J. Ogden Armour ?2.".000. "The public looks with suspicion on thes...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 February 1919

rJPpiKTP-,- f jsv " " "?w; . Page Four THE ETENING MISSOURI. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 19ia IS! Hi i! 'iif in .' rf: in t J.; ij j'-fc. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday by The MIourl.iQ Association, Incorpo rated, Columbia, Mo. VlrRinia Hide. Down stairs. Phones: Business, SI; News, 2i4. Entered as second-class mall matter. Ac ceptance for mailing at special rate of postace provided for in Section 1103, Act of October 3, li17 authorized September JC, 1913. City: Year, $&".; 3 months, $1.00; month, 40 cents; copy. 2 cents. By mall in Boone County; iear, $:i.; C mnnths, $1.73; 3 months SO cents. Outside the county: lear, Jl.r.0; 3 months, flT; month, 45 cents. A cabinet member who can live on $12,000 a year please step forward. WAR-TIME GARDEN TO STAY The thrifty war-time garden has come to stay. Nothing short of war would have thrust us easy-going Am ericans into thrifty gardening. Now that we have learned its advantage...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 February 1919

-. iW'yiiB,.'.-. !" ' vwji imj.ni mn. THE EVENING IflSSOURIAy, SAT URDAT, FEBRUARY 1, 1919. Page Fire , - tibOxpIrts Storing, Repair ing, Grease and Oils Our Specialty No matter what's the trouble or what make of car we can fix it when it'iout of order. Tin' liot of uorkiiinnslilp cuarnlred ami :it reasonable price. Gregory's Garage "Automobile Service as it should be. " 10 . 7lh St. 11 Guitar St. I'honcs 778 11G3 Black KJW Ot I7T.IX j " JM ftB FIGHT FOR S'EW LABOR LAWS Woman's 8-Hour Day and Workman's Compensation Act Proposed. By United Press. JEFFERSON CITY, Feb. 1. An eight-hour work day for women will be fought for by the State Federation of Labor. Labor leaders are planning to push I through this session of Legislature I their bill further restricting women's ! fours in all lines excepting house maids and cooks. Virtually all interests will be effected by the proposed law. The federation's labor program this year is relatiely short. A workmen's compensation act and an eight ho...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 1 February 1919

THE EYE'IT. jnSSOURIAX, SAT URDAY, FEBRITART 1, 1919. foge Six t- f .'I AUCTION HELD OX AG .Missouri . Food Administration Sells All- Fixtures and Furniture. Office fixtures and furniture belong ing ro the Missouri Food Administra tion were sold at public auction yes terday afternoon on the campus in front of the Agricultural Building. The Missouri Food Administration has occupied office rooms in the Agri cultural Building since October 27. 1917. Yesterday at 5 o'clock these of fices reterted to the use of the College of Agriculture, and the eight or ten ' cmploees of the central office join ed the ranks of the unemployed. T. J. Talbert. executive secretary of the Missouri Food Administration, goes back to his old job with the Ag ricultural Extension Service as en tomologist. He left for Cooper Coun ty on some extension work this morn ing. I-ee Walker who has had charge of the enforcement division of the Missouri Food Administration goes to St. Louis where he will be associated with...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 February 1919

V -gSV-- rvrrzg2&w, 'i NT VJ THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 3, 1919. NUMBER 131 - k- N WILSON SPEEDS OF LEAGpOGRi First Foreigner in 70 Years to Speak in Hall of Cham ber of Deputies. MEETS PEACE BUREAU Balkan Situation Discussed With Reference to Greece's Claims. BY FRED S. FERGUSON (United Press Staff Correspondent) PARIS. Feb. 3. President Wilson today began his drive for-consumma-tion of the League of Nations program before the end of the week. Following his address on the sub ject of the league before the Chamber of Deputies, the President this after noon was to confer with the special committee working out details of the league outline. In this meeting the work was to be taken up on the defi nite constitution of the league. In which several tentative agreements have been reached. President Wilson's speech marks the first time in more than seventy. ears that a foreign personage has spoken from the tribune in that hall. The ...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 February 1919

W- " ''' x , T w- -tf Page Two THE EVEXIXG MISSOURIAN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919. I J if 1 M i t i- .! THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published every evening except Sunday bv The Missourian Association, Incorpo rated. Columbia, Mo. Virginia Bid. Down stair, riiones: Business, 55; News, 24. Entered as second cIjss mall matter. Ac rvptanre for mailing at sieclal rate of postage provided for In Section 1103, Act of Ottober 3, 117 autnorlred September 26, l'JIS. City. ear, SJ.73; 3 moutlis. $1.00; iiitMitn, 40 cents; copy, '1 cents. By mall In Boone County; lear, $.5 25; C months, 1.T5; 3 months W cents Outside the county: itrr, S4,"i0; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cent". Each of the factions in Russia want a peace apiece. LET'S REWARD THEM The Missouri Food Administration quietly came (o an end the last day of January One of the most useful of war organizations thus passed into history. .Missouri had perhaps the best or ganized food administration in the Union...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 February 1919

y$" -Ji "i- TnE ETEMSC 3I1SS0URIAX, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919. Page Tnree SPORT Missouri's undefeated basketball team added a sixth consecutive vic tory to its record Saturday night when it easily defeated the Kansas Ave at tliiwrence, 37 ta 15. Kaiisas out played Missouri during the first seven minutes or the game, but three field goals made in quick succession by Captain Craig Huby turned the Jay hawker spuit into a rout. A slick floor, caused by a dance the night before, made the game a hard one, but the Tigers led their opponents for the remainder of the game after Jluby's spurt. Vogt and Uuby tied for first place in goal throwing, each making five baskets from the field. Scott made three goals and placed seven free throws. Missouri played an unusually clean game, getting only four fouls to Kan sas' thirteen. The short pass game was too much for the Jayhawkers again this year, and Kansas with their long pass could not overcome Mis souri's lead. Second Game. Missouri Field Free Fo...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 3 February 1919

W tfi '.? a-. THE EYEXIXG 3TISS0URIAX, MOM) AY, FEBRUARY 8, 1919. &"&&$';; & 5r!13fr-!rf? Page Four r Messages of All Kinds vftS?? From the more elaborate creations to the post card. A goodly variety of com ics, too. Choose while stocks are ample. scorrs book shop 920 BROADWAY FIRST SHOWING OF STETSON HATS FOR SPRING "F.rcrxbadv's Store" Our SemiAnnual- Remnant Sale Ends Thursday, February 6 During the next three days every remnant and short length will be thrown out on Bargain Counters at deep cut in prices, in order to make this Semi-An-nual Remnant Sale one of the Big Money Saving Events of Columbia. In this showing of first class merchandise from our own stocks you will find remnants and short lengths, just the proper amount for girls' dresses, waists, skirts, etc. Short lengths for Ladies' Aprons. MWWWfaniiTnm House Dresses, Bungalo Aprons, Skirts, Petticoats, L'ndermuslins. etc. Wool Dress Goods suitable for Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Childrens' Dresses, etc. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 February 1919

II -Tw THE EVENING MISSOURI AN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1919. NUMBER 132 JOHN S. CLARKSON T Was Cashier of Exchange National Bank for Thirty Years. FUNERAL TOMORROW Had Three Grandsons and One Granddaughter in Columbia. One ot Columbia's oldest anil most respected citizens passed away when John Scott Clarkson died at the Frank li. Rollins home this morning at 10 o'clock. He was S9 years old. Death was caused by the advances of old age Mr. Clarkson was cashier of the Ex chance National Bank for thirty years. He was one of the original stockhold ers when the bank was organized 53 j ears ago. Since his retirement from active business life 25 years ago, Mr. Clarkson has maintained an interest in the affairs of the bank and was a di rector at the time of his death. Mr. Clarkson was born in Fauquier County. Va.. October 18, 18S9. He came to Boone County when a boy and was reared in Columbia. He was the grandfather of Clarkson Rollins, Frank H. Rollins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 February 1919

I .s Page Two THE ETEXIXO MISSOURIAy, TDES DAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1919. THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. I'utilished efery evening except Sunday lv Tlie MiiiourLin Association, incorpo rated, Columbia, ilo. Virginia Hide. Down ktalrx. Phones: Business, 35; News, 274. Kntered as sevoud-class mall matter. Ac wiitaiicc for mailing at special rate of Mtase prmlilrd for In Section 1103, Act of OctnU-r 3, 1317 authorized September SK, lain. City: Year, $i73; 3 months. $1.00; niuntb, 10 cent-.; copy, 2 cents. By mall In Boone County; Year, $.:"; G months, 1.75; U months 90 cents. Outside the county: Year, $4.50; 3 months, $1.23; luotith, 4. i-ents. lie Logan Coates and .Miss Facett from Stephens College, and Misses Edith Brown, Mildred Callaway, Louise Wil liams and Miss Bartow from Christian College. Mrs. Bedford Hudson of Carrollton is the guest of her sister, Mrs. X. H. Hickman, at her home on Hubbell drive. Why not make the proposed county hospital a memorial to Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 February 1919

3fc. THE EYEXISG OTSSOCRIAS, TDES DAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1919. Page Tnree THEY ENJOYED FARMERS' WEEK i'ulmjru High School Rojs Took In the Whole Show. The latest issue of the Searchlight, the school paper of the Palmyra High School, contains an article by Hiram Watters on "Our Trip to Columbia." which describes his impressions of his visit to Columbia Farmers' Week. r high school team of five members was chosen to take the trip. One thing which they noticed was the poor '.rain service of Columbia. Mr. Walters describes the team's activities during the week. Tuesday they registered and attended demon strations on draft horses, Duroc .Jer sey hogs and grain grading. Wednes iljy they attended demonstrations in classes of beef cattle, Poland China hogs, wheat grading, grain judging anil chicken culling. Thursday they judged draft horses, hogs, beef cattle, dairy cows and chickens. "Throughout our trip we had a fine time and learned a great deal along several lines." concludes Mr. Watters clos...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 4 February 1919

tr,i 1 TnE ETEMSQ MISSOURIAy, TUES DAT, FEBRUARY 4, 1919. Page Four - - -yrap-- n ii mm Columbia as It Was Thirty Years Ago. iKrom tie Columbia Herald.) John Schwabe, auctioneer, reports the sale on the James Kice farm, seven miles northwest of town, last Friday. Corn, $1.57 ?1C: stock hB3 ten to twelve cents a pound; one cow. 1S; and a two-year-old heifer, ?20. Twontj Years Ago. (I'rom tin I'olnmMa Hurald. John Machir died at his home in Columbia, January 21, 1S99, age near ly 79 years. Rrnest Fay will go to the Klondike with Daniel Leach upon the latter's re turn. .Miss Edna Newman, who is attend ing the Beethoven Conservatory of Music In St Louis, will be home to morrow on a visit. Fifty years ago this week: Mr. Hol-mt-f nufhtirizinc Columbia to tax menageries and circuses outside the ! limits of the town. j .Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Valentine cele-. lirated at their home near Columbia, December 31. 199S, their golden wed- ding. Ten Years Ago. jl'miu tin" MI-(url.ui I The City Council ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 February 1919

THE EVENING MISSOURIAN ELEVENTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARYS, 1919.. NUMBER 13; CITY TO ELIMINATE DANGEROUS CORN Council Favors Change at Ninth and Conley, and Hitt and Rollins. MOVE FOR BEAUTY Plan Also Urged Because of Frequent Automobile Accidents. A movement to eliminate the danger ous street corners of Columbia and to beautify Columbia was approved by the City Council last night when J. K. Sommerville introduced plans for cutting the corners where Ninth street joins Conley and at the corner of Hitt and Rollins street. The coun cil passed favorably on the movement and ordered an ordinance allowing these improvements drawn up. At the -Missouri Store corner on Ninth street the square curbs at the side will be rounded off so as to form a large circle sixty-six feet in diame ter. In the center is to be placed a small eight-foot circle with a low curb and a traffic guide post and an elec tric light to regulate night traffic. Store Must He Mou'd. The thirty-th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 February 1919

fZ .lk THE EVENING MISSOURIAN, WEDN ESDAT, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. Page Ttto THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Memier Audit Bureau of Circulations. 1'ulilMied every eenlnc ficept Sunday by Tbe SIis-ourifln Association, Incorpo- r.itiHl. Colnmliu, -Mo. uremia k- '""" .ilr. l'liones: I5uiucss, & News. -74. Entered as M-rond-class mail matter Ac rri.uncc Tor milllni: at specUl rate of insane proviil.il for In Srttion lll. Act .if October S, 1117 juthorlied .September !, l'Jlo. Otv: War, y.: :'. months. Sl.OO. muiitli. 40 1-ents; .py. 2 cents. Hy mall In Itooiie t'ounty : i'.ir. S5-23: C montlis. sit.-.- :. n.i, hi Ik. ! .ruts. Outside tlie .-oiinty: War, ?I-"iO inontb, 45 -euts. 3 montbs, $l.tl"; One way of increasing our public reenue is to help the non-taxpayer to hecome a taxpayer. A TRIBITE TO THE NTHSES .More than 2.",000 nurses went over seas duriiiK the war and many thou sand others were ready and anxious to go. Many others saw service in this country. Should we not pay them some tribute on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 February 1919

s THE EVENING MISSOURIAX, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. Page Tnree rry .. COLUMBIA TRAIN SERVICE IS GOOD-STOP KICKING 'Yes I should like to come, but Co-'They have been known to stop the lumbia Is such a hard place to get to, train to let a city passenger go to the railroad facilities are inadeouate and PaK ltlvcr nms t0 gather tne wuu connections are so bad." This, and similar remarks are heard at any time regarding Columbia. The train serv ice has become something of a joke wuh the comers and goers. Is it just? A comparison of the railroad service of Columbia with other towns of a like i flowers. But one day a terrible thing happened, the Short Line did not make its accustomed trip. A strike; no money to pay incurred debts. The government refused to help out. The road was about to be junked. Over the land went up the lamentations of Jeremiah: "If only we have our size is enlightening. At the outset, it trains back again we will refrain from is unfortunate that Columbia is not on th...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 5 February 1919

i " THE ETEXIXQ MISSODRIAX, WEDXESDAT, FEBRUARY 5, 1919. Page Fonr CAUDL HE E PUBLICITY CORPS Went Over the Top Novem ber 10 Woke Up to Find Peace. NOW IN GERMANY Spent War Last Two Weeks of in Front Line Trenches. James Caudle, a student in the School of Journalism last year, who joined the Marine Corps in the spring of 1918, writes from a Cerman city: Must a few lines, mother, in order that you may know I'm a live .Ma 'rine, well and sleeping now in a Ger man bed. "We crossed the Rhine several days ago, and I spent my Christmas here in Segendorf. We had a 'white' Christ mas and everything was done for us that was possible, owing to conditions and environments. "I am oouthe publicity force here for the Fifth Regiment of Marines and I expect at least a few of my articles or news stories in the States before long. Perhaps I shall have a few in the K. C. Star. Look for them. "The night of November 10 we re ceived orders to advance. Crawling out from our muddy (trenches we started out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 February 1919

wr i . ELEVENTH YEAR HOSPITAL ENDORSED " BY CHARITY SOCIETY Local Society Names a Com mittee to Co-operate In the Campaign. REPORT ON FUNDS Salary of Visiting Nurse Is Raised to $100 a Month Other Work. THE EVENING M1SSOURIAN QOLU.MBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1919. The Columbia Charity Organization has endorsed the movement for a county hospital and at a meeting Mon day appointed a committee to co-operate with the county campaign com mittee to get a favorable vote at the election for the proposition April 29. The committee is composed of the Rev. M. A. Hart. II. M. McPheeters, and Mrs. J. G. I3abb. In. the campaign for funds last Sunday afternoon, there was $51G.S1 pledged and given in cash. Twenty one sections of the city were covered, leaving three more to be canvassed. Seven hundred dollars are needed to carry the society through the year, and those who were not i cached through the canvass, but who wish to contribute are asked to mail their contributions to F. I...

Publication Title: Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 February 1919

3 1 THE EVEMXGMISSOURlAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1919. Page Two THE EVENING MISSOURIAN Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Published everv evening except Sunday bv The .Missourian Association. Incorpo rated. "olumbla. Mo. Virginia Hide. Down stairs. Dioncs: Ilusiness, 5T; News, -.i4. i-..t....i . .wiiri.i.Hns mall matter. Ac i-en'taiice fur mailing at special rate of . ....t.i..i ..- t.. Cutl.m tllR Act of October 3, 1917 authorized September lii. Wis. Citv: War. t."; :'. months. $1.00: inuutL, 40 i-ents; copy, cents. Hy mail in ISooue County: Year. $3.i".; G months, XI. 73; 3 mouths. Vi cents. Outside the county: Year, $i.M; 3 months, $1.25; month, 45 cents. .More than one American housewife was an expert on food conservation before Hoover's name appeared on the front page. IS THERE A KKAL OAXtJERI Certain factions, sects, groups and interests, along with various theorists of this country, are warning the pub lic or a growing and dangerous mili tarism. Kecently on a street in Colum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening Missourian. — 6 February 1919

V&vi- DO YOU KNOW PEOPLE OF FAME IN MISSOURI Do you know Missouri's greatest woman reformer? Io you know two of Missouri's prcat artists? Vo you know of three Missouri journalists who hae national reputations? All these questions are answered and many other interesting facts and anec dotes arc told in "Missouri's Hall of Fame" by Floyd C. Shoemaker, secre tary of the State Historical Society of i lisourt which has recently been I ..nklL'linil 'Tliia linrtV io ..nmnnont rt ' thirty-one short biographical sketch es which tell in a short and simple stle of the men and women who have contributed to the making of Missouri's i ustotns. laws, literature, and senti ment. It is written to be used in the graded schools and has been recom mended by the state superintendent of m bools for supplementary reading in ilie sxith and seventh grades and for textbook reading in the eighth grade by the state superintendent of schools. Msirk Twain Comes First. The book opens with a sketch of the life...

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