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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916 NUMBER 30: ar w 1 fa) INTO GREECE IS STOPPED Report Says Germany In structs Bulgarians to Evac uate Grecian Land. NEW SOMME ATTACK Allies Start New Double Barrelled Attack Along the Verdun Front. lSy rnltcl l're. LONDON. Auk. 23. Ocrmany lias ordered the Bulgarians to discontinue their advance into Greece and evacu ate part ot the captured Greek ter ritory, according to an unconfirmed dispatch from Home this afternoon. Several Greek generals have re fused to obey orders to evacuate East ern Macedonia before the Bulgarian advance, the dispatch stated. Instead of retiring they have prepared to de fend Eastern Macedonia. Upon re ceipt of complaint from the Greek government Germany ordered the Bulgarian withdrawal, Rome said. The Home report thus far is not confirmed from any other source. It is a fact, however, that only in East ern Macedonia have the llulgarians continued their advance in the past forty-eight...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 August 1916

If !; ; H .it l'aue Two THE DAILY MISSOURIAN I'ulillkliril errry eenlni (except Saturday unil Sundaj) ant) Sunday mornlnic by Tlie Mlkfourlan Association, Incorporat ed. Columbia. Mo., Irani. II. Klnr, 'resilient and Killlor; A. ('. Illnman, llusinrsb Manager. Address all conimunleatlons to Till: PAII.Y MISSOUItlAN Columbia, Missouri. office: Virslnla Iluildliig. Downstairs I'liones: Ituslness, K; Xes, 274. Entered at tlie postofflce. Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Year, ?iX"l; month, - cents; copy. .' eeuts. The Mlssourlan rcceiu's the dispatches of the United l'res Associations. Member, Audit Ilure.-m of Circulations. OIMNG TIIK ltOADS At present a mure extensive mileage of good roads is the demand of the public. To improve the roads to any great extent the use of something cheaper than macadam is necessary. It is impossible to go to this great ex pense in making the roads through out the rural districts. The only way to get .good roads in the rural districts is to hae prope...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 August 1916

THE DAILY 3HSS01K1AX. KKIIUY, AUGUST 23, MIC Vage Three H1P0LIT0 IR1G0YEN IS nent. The title is one of courtesy. He lacks the degree. I He is now very rich. His wealth ! was accumulated in successful land I transactions. By occupation he is a j ranchman on a huge scale. Part of I his time he spends on his "estancia" New President of Argentina i "' l,he cou"try: ti,enrcst a!,1!f,very . .... fa modest residence in Buenos Aires. Is Mead of rirst Radi cal Administration. IN OFFICII OCTOBER 12 Started Life Poor This the First Political Office He Has Held. Is' By CHARLES I'. STEWART (I'liiteil l'r"s Staff Vrreionilent.) BUENOS AIRES. Au?. IN. When Hipolito Irigoyen takes the oath of ollice Oct. 12 as president of Argen- ( Una. his country will start on one of the biggest experiments ever under taken bv a republic. Or. Iiigoyen will ' admirers expresses it head the first Radical administration I Twice he has been concerned in at in Argentina. What the doctor's idea of "radical For a long t...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 August 1916

7 1'airc Four THE H.UI.V .UISSOntlAX, KltllllY, Al'Gl'ST 2., 1!I. THEN TO BE BACK FOB SCHOOL tents down. Our company had three! inherited the estate of the coffee king, to ghe way. The Loj testified that Ills mother had "The men of our company enjoy Kood health but are not contented. 'I am sorry to hae to admit that they hate tcrj good reason to be discon- tented. Students Write For Affidavits ""-lcc mcWm expects to ieac to- (Uaj tor .Missouri to ncip recruit, you I will probably see him before jou do this letter i am laKiiiK iusmjms hi spaiusn uui Showing They Were En rolled Here. STORM VISITS CAMP!a,m,10tRCtU"Kalo"KW;,yufastabca,,,p,.. t:. i..-ii write- , mher.it, impressed on him the desirability of remaining with his stepfather. The lawjer I.. on was appointed guardian a few months ago and the boy taken awaj from I.ee Lee and his mother hid the boj and were haled into court It is expected that they mar-v for governor. will now be permitted to keep him ' .- ,11V l0yal friends and...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN EIGHTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1916 SIXTEEN PAGES NUMBER 308 R, R, OFFICIALS SAY STRIKE ROW CERTAIN Employes and Presidents Ready for Transportation Paralysis. ASK FOR ARBITRATION Employes Will Not Consider Any Other Way of Set tling Trouble. BULLETIN T.y 1'nited Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. 26. "Every railroad president now in Washington believes a strike is inevitable and they are going to prepare for it." was the statement given out tonight by an au thorized spokesman for the railroad heads, while a committee of the ex ecutives waited for a call from Wilson to receive them. y t'nlted Press. WASHINGTON, Aug. 2C "We are ready." This statement came this afternoon from both railroads and their employes, as the national trans portation paralysis loomed larger. The railroad management contend ed that they could keep sufficient trains running through loyal em ployes, thus preventing a milk and food famine and consequently guard ing against dea...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

lammmi. Page Two THE DAILT MISSOURIA, SU.MMT MOKMSG, AUGUST 27, 1916 Lite Stock Breeders Oiler Prizes. The prominent live stock breeders of the state have considered the Short Course in Agriculture of the Univer sity of Missouri of such imiortance that they have offered thirty-one .gold medals valued at $510 which have been awarded to Uie best judges of horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs in the annual Short Course lire stock judg ing contests SPORT NEWS and COMMENT i I i I .r U good games left in their good right arms, anil the game next week should be worth seeing even if the two clubs are fighting for the cellar instead of the pennant. It is beginning to look as if Ty fCobb, for the first time since lUi, will be forced to yield the batting honors of the American League. With only about 30 games yet to be played Speaker has a 35-point lead and shows no signs of slumping. The unofficial averages of the three leaders, including the games of Fri- J .. .. !- rnllrxna f uay. AuBu -Jf .u..u...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

If, THE DAILY 3IISS0UKIAN, SU.Mt.VY MQIQilXC, AUGUST 27. 1916 Page Three J WAR THE SALVATION OF ITALIAN PEOPLE Italy, Bankrupt When Con flict Started, Is in Good Condition Now. ARE HEAVILY TAXED Banks Come to Country's Aid, However, and Relieve Financial Strain. Tins is the last story on the wnr"s effects on the various coun tries now fighting. Tomorrow a new series starts It will tell under what conditions each coun trv will accept peace. Carl W. Ac Kerman, rnited I'res.s Staff Cor respondent at Uerlin, in the lirst tury will tell under what condi tions Germany will aceopt peace WAR'S EFFECTS l.N ITALY By JOILV 11. HKARLKY i lrul-l 1'rm.s Staff Correspondent) HOME. Aug 2fi Italy, eighteen months ago was commercially and in dustrially bound hand and foot to Ger many. War unloosened the bonds, With the help of English finances, Ita ly today is working out her own com mercial sahation. When war began in 1914, millions of dollars in German money suddenly were withdrawn from Italian ent...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

Page Foor HIE DAILY 3IISS0UKIA.V, SUMKVT MOKXIXG, AUGUST 27, 1916 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN IalitlflirI rrry rtenlnc (cxrrpt Saturday Hmi Mindtt t niiu ,unuuy morning by Tlic MUsourlan .o latlon, Int orporat rtl, 1'olumliia. Mo., I rank II. King, I'reidrnt and Kditor; A. (I. I Unman, Itufinrth Manager. A(Mrts all communicitlons to tiii: DAILY MISSOUUIAX Columbia, Missouri. Ofllw: Virginia HuIMIiik, Downstairs rtionos: I.uMness, K: News, 274. A REGULAR STUDENT FINDS OLD HANG-OUTS DESERTED HANDWORK HELPS CHILD i::iterrd :it tlie puvtufrice, Columbia, Mo., .-is seonnd'Class wall. Hove you noticed a small group of joung men walking up the streets of this city absent-mindedly, as if in a trance? These are the students who are staying in Columbia all summer. And after summer school closes until Year, -.T0; month, 11 ! cents; copy, 5 cents. ture. Arriving at the temple of pleas ure, the dreamer wends his way to the front, and takes his seat among the empty rows. When the act ap pears he thinks ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

V Vk jr V' THE DAILY M1SS0UUIA.V, SUNDAY 310KSIXB, AUflCST 27. 1916 SEARCHING FDR OIL this town are backing this enterprise which is trying to find the connecting link between the oil fields of Illinois, ; Indiana, and Ohio, and those of Kan- i sas and Oklahoma. They believe the AT THE CHURCHES Catholic Church. First mass at 7 o'clock; second mass at 10 o'clock. Evening service at 30 Boonville Business Back First Well Central Missouri. i Samp Finld nf nil tlmt le- m n V i n f TTIpn I rich over night in Elderado, and Aug- i ":S0- rosar'. sermon, benediction. All Men usta can be pierced in the Howard ; are lnuted- , County bottoms. I Two cars of oil drilling machinery ! four expert drillers, 2,000 feet of cas- in WORK HAS i ing, engines to do the work and stones ' Christian Science. I SerWces are held ecry Sunday at 11 a. in. in the Virginia Building. The Two Cars of Drilling Mach inery Used $15,000 Is Being Invested. Itj- "fcial Corres'poudenoe. UOO.NVIL.L.E. Aug. 25. work was begun ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

i! THE DAILY MISSOUKLVX, SUNDAY MOKXiyC, AUGUST 87,1916 Page Six A FAMOUS EDITOR LIVED HERE Nathaniel Patten, Who Contributed Much to Missouri Journalism Spent Six Years of His Life in Columbia. It has been characteristic of the New the printing of that speech, hence the Englander who emigrated westward newspaper. to carry the torch of civilization fed , Nathaniel Patten was born in 1793 with three oils, the church, the school at Roxbury, Mass.. of an old New Eng and freedom of speech. Whereever ' land family. His father, an educated he has settled there has sprung up a ' and cultured man, devoted much time church, and, at almo.t the same mo- i to the teaching of Xathaniel. Leav ment a school. Freedom 'of speech he i ing Xew England in 1S0S, the family has claimed as a right and has e.xer- moved westward, finally settling in cised that right. Freedom of speech ait. Sterling, Kentucky, in 1S12 has necessarily brought into existence , It was here that Patten had his first experience a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

TH E DAILY .MIS-SOU K1A.V. SL'XDAY .MOKMXG. AUGUST 27, 191C Paije Seu-n USE CARE IN GIVING WORK T0S11IDHTS This Is the Advice of J. S. Moore, Secretary of the Local Y.M.C.A. SOME DON'T NEED IT The Boy With Little Money Should Be Helped First, Says Mr. Moore. Kvurj mail is now bringing to the I-'mplo.vnient Bureau of tlie University Y M ('. A. letters (if application from students, desiring work outside of school hours during the coming year The demand for work this year, ac- of work avaiaWe is increasing some- cording to J. S. Moore, secretary of the what as ,,ersons learn that students XI f V will lot hir I'rnntop Hints ever before. ha-, nianv homes. bureau for work have from 20 to $C00 to use on their schooling during the year- Mr. Moore says the boys with sufficient money to pay his expenses should not be given work until the boys with less money have all been provided for. "If all persons desiring student help would secure such help from the em ployment bureau." said Mr. Moore "...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

m f: I i i II Page Eight THE DAILY MISSOURLAX, SUNDAY MOBSISO, AUGUST 27, 1916 Professor Jtass JInke Annual Visit. HI.", Bouchelle avenue. With m Professor Everett Bass, who for went his grandsons, George and Rob many years has been superintendent j ert Tyler. or teh Greenville, Miss., schools has Oscar Hampton, who lias been here returned for a short visit with friends , on business, returned to Stedman jes- in tills city, where he was born and terdav morning. School Hoard Convention- His sub ject is "The Xeed of a New Consti tution in Missouri." Mrs. J. H- Dennis of Pulton gravel went to St. Louis yesterday morning to visit her son, H. C. Dennis. reared. He makes it a point to re- Jlr aud Mrj j M comer, 1309 An- -Mrs. I. L. Glenn, who has been visit- turn each jear to Columbia. ing Mrs. D. I). Moss at Hillcrest, left for Los Angeles, Cal., yesterday morn ing. John Frederick loomis. Tiger Ten nis Captain, went to Lexington, Mo., yesterday morning. William "Rill" Powell, Captain of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

THE DAILY 3IISS0UKIAX, SUNDAY JIORMXG, AUGUST 27. 1916 Page 'Ine "ft .-a S I i 1 F M'OKT EWS AM COMMENT (Continued from page two mean ability. Hornsby has not fal len below the .300 mark all season, while Sislcr is cracking the ball right close to that and probably will go over it before the close of the sea son There isn't a man in either league who can compare with these two mar vels as a utility man. Probably ( larence Mitchell of the Reds or Charley Mullen of the Yankees, comes nearest Mitchell is a star outfielder and can play first base satisfactorily. Like wise, he is a good pitcher. Mullen is a flashy first sacker and CEMENT PRICE FALLS U CENTSJHIS YEAR Missouri, Like Other States, Shows a Falling Off in Cement Output. 2.1 PER CENT LESS Other States Show Decrease in Production Amounting to 57 Per Cent. can play the outfield or second base, j ri.v Special Correspondence. T Miicee of the Yanks is an excel-! JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Aug 26. Il infu.l.lrr ns woll ns nn nnf.lpl Misso...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

I l'ace Ten II: V ; i i, ! I I :i i ! f I t! FORD GAINS LAURELS A "SPOOK" Phantom on Mexico Road Won't Get Out of the "Lizzies" Wav. ; OUTRUNS THE DAILY JIISSOCRIAX, SUXHAY 3IOBMSG, AUODST 27, 1916 more than three and one-half miles out of the city limits. Imagine your self speeding down a smooth road More than thirty miles of the 'distance j afternoon to visit her mother, Mrs. L. had been covered without a distress I X- Dinkle. signal from the Henry T. At a cer- some night with almost every cylinder tain place in the road a little over of the "Jitney" doin' its dad-burndest three miles out of Columbia the driv- to get you home, and think of some ghastly object coming across your path. It's enough to cause the throb bing motor to lose its ambition- But this particular "Lizzio" couldn't see it that way. The driver, upon sight j of the phantom-like spectacle applied The latest laurels won by the Ford ' tlle as Product and "Lizzie" out-dis-came only a week or two ago when tanced the "s...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

in- the ner St 1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN ad. J on w- rc. W. ity he CO lit- y llllll llllll llllll I A I llllll w J H HI Qil llllll Quill I jGj MjJII wJJlll EIGHTH YEAR The Hall Theatre llllll (Owner of the Theater) -V-r-' I i linn r vsyr 1. ySfr - i?-' Hg III III BhfcwtgMJHjBMByggrAm;yrJ3yBWMWBWBrBMBiiE mmmhH On a certain niRht back In 1832, Co lumbia, then scarcely large enough to be termed a settlement, presented a scene of excitement that might have been expected in a town twice its size, but would have caused a strange, entering the village to curiously in quire the cause of the unusual bustle. One reason a very natural one was that it was Christmas night. Santa Claus had come and gone and we may reasonably suppose that his going did not leave any heartaches among the little ones when most Christmas presents were obtained through the marksmanship of the head of the family. Hut on that night the children of Columbia did not seek rest at an early hour as is usual now on Christmas nig...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

i 1 I I'ajfe Two THE DAILV MISSOUK1AX, SIMMY 3IORXIX(J,AUGrST27,191C TIIK TJIEATEK ITSELF After the finishing of the excava tion, O. IS. Wilson took charge of the building of the theater. On Decem ber 20, 1915, the basement floor was laid, and Mr. Wilson has been "on the job" eer since. The basement Is two and a half feet deep, and has a concrete floor. There is an entrance from the decline, on Cherry street and a chute through which the trunks are taken from the sidewalk. There are six dressing rooms, each about 10 by 12 feet, with running wa ter and an abundant number of lights in each one. These are in the base ment, and as nearly fire-proof as can lie made. The rooms are arranged in two rows, with a hall between; the women having one side and the men the other. Through the entrance down the .slope, the orchestra and the perform ers will make their entrance, and it is hcie that the boys will line up to get a look at the "dancing beauties." The fact that all the work will be done ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

THE DAILY 3IISS(U:iUA.V, SUXDAY -MOHXlXfi, AUGUST 27, 19IG 1'ajce Three 'V Till: MAXAGKK Homer Cray Woods, manager of the j,nv Hall Theater, has been a resi lient of this city for seven years. He was born near Audrain Co.. and va named after the Sturgeon editor, known over the entire state, Omar Cray. When a young man, Woods moved to Centralia. where he made Ins home for many years. While here, he began the study of music, and had charge of bands in this patt of the state for several vt-ars Playing cornet, trombone, and nass Mr Woods is a versatile mu- kind that "Dare Devil Dick" used to participate in. It is a roughness the audience wants. And when William Farnum's eyes begin to narrow and his muscles twitch, one feels like jumping up and running down to help him only one knows he needs no help. And when he picks up a man in each hand and throws them out of the window who can blame the little ones for letting out an ap preciative yell? In all his roughness there is not a person in ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

5Sf Paw Foar THE D.VILT XISSOCRrA-V, SCSDAT JCORM.VK. ArUST 27. 191H " VOR.HA TALXADtlE, -cctest r.IRI. .VOW I.V THE MOVIE Winsome star I Equally Successful n Drama or Comedy To Be at the Hall Theater. Xorma Taimadge. termed by many "the cutest sirl in the films. " is an other actress whose name will appear oil Hall Theater programs. Columbia movie fans are familiar with Mis3 Talmadire's acting, for she has ap peared many tmes at fhe Star, and proof of her abii.'y and popularity is given a: 'he ', Kef office Miss TalmadsT'1 Jkv :. ..- tin whose o' avn picture is has scored motion picture man she was given the opportunity to become great But it is not true in every sense of the word that greatness was thrust upon .Miss Bara, Her Interpretation j of the Vampire is one of the great-1 est pieces of acting ever seen on an , American stage or screen. Her utter ' disregard for human beings, the al luring beauty of Miss Bara combined to make the production a great suc cess. Kipling himself ...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

1 rf, THE D.ULV 3ILV1)IKIA, SODAY MORXIXQ, AUGUST ;, 191C Mir OHfHESTJM !hifS had thC e"e t0 try l publish ' musical circle, because he was the 1 !the "selection" only bass plajer. and because of his George V. Becker, clarinetist, it! ability Theater Orchestra! -nicago. -Mr. Decker has been "Pem" Blattner is the "drummer." " oia. mcaicr lor several sea- .urf said. Blattner is known in this The new Hall ill be one of the best musical or ARTHUR MIIRLEV TO TRIAM.LE Face Fhe Before this pamzations of this part of the state. D3- and is one of the best clarinet-' city as being the best drummer that The theater will open with a six- cr ln lnls c"'- He nas heen has eer been in the city. He is a piece orchestra, uhich is composed of a professlnaI man for jears. and has student in the University, and has piano, tiolln, clarinet, cornet, bass,' rorked WIth Professor Whitney be- been working in the Star Theater and drums The personnel of the or- meeker is one professional mu- -pif for two ye ch...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 August 1916

1 THE DAILV MISSOLKIAX, SUMAV -MOUMXK. AUGUST '27, 1916 B l'aije Six World-Brady Blue Bird COLUMBIA'S NEW PLAYHOUSE -. ' f T 1 HIGHEST CLASS PHOTO PLAYS the SUPERIOR VAUDEVILLE HALL THEATRE ON SOUTH NINTH STREET WILL OPEN TOMORROW MONDAY, AUGUST 28TH PERFORMANCE BEGINS 8:00 The Hall Theatre will present at all times the best that can be shown in Feature Photo Plays with players of Internation al Reputation. ANNOUNCEMENT We take great pride in presenting to the public the NEW HALL THE ATRE, which after many months of careful construction, is now fully com pleted and ready for the opening night which takes place Monday, August 28th, at 8 o'clock. We have secured the very best pictures obtainable, such as Triangle, Blue Bird, Fox, World-Brady, Vitagraph-Lubin-Selig-Essanay. We will show the International stars in their latest and best photoplay productions. Also, we will show high-class vaudeville from the Orpheum, and the extensive In ternational Circuits. We will show only the Highes...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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