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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

[SPORTS r NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD H SPORTS] YELLOW JACKET 111 READY FOR HMD TEST / Mwl Howitzers Here To-Night. .Complete New Team Formed, With Sheffcy Captain. TO I'JjAY McGILli UNION NKXT Following With Contest at Char- i lottesviile- First Championship! Ciaine Febrtiary tl-William and .Mary the Contenders. ASIILANP, VA., January J>.-The Yellow Jackets' basketball squad started practice immediately on their return to college from the Christmas holidays. To-morrow night the team will go to Richmond to play the Howitzers' quint on the soldier's court. Four of last year's team are not at j college. Captain Sheffy being tlie only regular to return. The loss of old men .Is not so keenly felt as might he expected as there is an abundance of material from which a cracking good live should be picked. Almost all of the men that are showing up best are football players. The men tliHt are making the best bid for the team are: 6>hctfey, captain, l.ec, ...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

WILSON GIVES HINT HE WILL BE IN NEXT (Continued From First Pagc.1 Indianapolis as '{ho guest of Thomas Tajrgart, lie left at ?J:15 for Wash- . mgton. A Federal employment bureau and reforms in court procedure advocated by tho President wore the two new questions* token up in his address. I' was understood to-nUtlit that he would press both subjects on Congress at the' earliest possible opportunity. i At the reception, after the address, the President shook hands with several thousand persons. When lie readied his private car afterwards, lie wan tired out. lie confided to friends that lie greatly pleased witii I.is reception. The President plans to take . 11> the same subjects he discuss-d to-day in the series of speeches lie w ill make on Ills return trfrom San Francisco in the .'princ, ' idii i u o ? i:\itsi ? (IN CUT O.N I'AltOl.i: '.'lie President said in part: ".Sovernor Rulstou, Ladies and '"Jciitl*?uieji: Voti have uiveii mo a most loyal welcome, lor which I thank y...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

jftictimmfli Cmic^pi^pcilrl) rilK TIME!*, founded 18SW rilK DISPATCH. Konuded 1830 l'?ili(IMicd every dR) In the yc.tr hy The l'lmr?> Dlapatcli I'uliUahlng Coinpnnr. Inc. Addrea* all ronimuolintloca to Till! TIMKS-DlM'ATCll. Tluiea-Dfapiitrh Bnlldlos, to Nnnth Tentl- Street UlclllPOUtle Vt. fELKi'HOXK, mvmr en 1 fr-.nilcntton Offlpe 10 Sooth Tenth Street fotitli IlleHmond in?fl Hull Street Pctrrblmrc 1W V^rth J?yo?ra??rv Xrcel ! - ?*"Jiliurp SIIS t'lk'MN Mrcel 11.%SDUOON STORA X IHIOOK*. IXC . Speclnl AOTprtlMn* Kepre?c*'tatl*-e?. IVrn Vork ' aw I'lftU A>eune Philadelphia Mutual l.lfe llutliUm Chtro?o Proplc'a <;*? tluthttuK SI HSt It IPTIOX IIATK9 15V >1A11> One Sii Three Oue l'OST\t.i; I* A It) \ r*r, Mo*. Mow. Mo. Palt.v nmt *unday... .38.Otl S.1 tH> SI V> S Dally ?ml> 4.00 S.OO l.OO .M Sunday only - OiK I . ?O 50 .S3 My Tituea-Dispatch I'arrler IVllvrry Serrli'e la iMt'hmontl land *nburbs) nm...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

Household Interests -SOCIETYPersonal N ot'es DANCE AND DINNERS TO BE I GIVEN AT COUNTRY CLUB Hlim Kuiene tielden Taylor to Wed Hlntuu C.'?ry lll?ckl?ton Ibis Afternoop. Society will ho much In evidence this ifternnon unci evening at the Country i 'lull of Virginia for the weekly hop to j lie held tliore. The dance Is always | mi Informal one, and any number of ; dinner parties take place In the club i dlnnlng-room prior to the hop. Miss Anne Myers Is to bo buck! of honor at. a dinner party given at the club this i evening, with Mr. and Mrs. K- C. Mayo, as hosts, and several oUier dlnnors of; merest will be given. An orchestra! will play throughout the evening, and j many people will motor or drive to the1 <-lub In the afternoon for tea. which Is i served at small tables scattered about: the sun parlor and dlnnlng-room. j Cut'Kl of -Mrs. Ilunlop. Miss l'each Breckinridge Itobortson j V\lll arrive In Richmond to-morrow to, i.e the guest of her cousin. Mrs. It. A. | Itunlop....

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

STOCKS CLOSE STEADY AFTER EARLY ACTIVITY Volume of Trwling Well Above Previous Records, unci Many New IHkIi Prices Established. THADEHS PLAY SHORT SIDE Opposition to Advance Is Rather Favorable Pactoi Investment Demand for Securities Strong Insldo and Out of Kxeliiinjje. nv IlKOADAN H'.UX. NEW TOKK. .Innu.iry S. -Storks clonal steady nf tor mrly activity, which rarrled the volume of trading well above previous record* for the year and established ninny new hljth pri es for the Industrials tt WHS consider -1 s good omen that when trader* took promts the market became dtiH rather than reactionary Traders played the short side of the mnrket and their opposltIon to tlie advance is rather a favorable tao- 1 tor. considering the Ilnaticlal wenkneHs of j the Ftnall lr .Vlnska Gold mlnci rose a point on the announcement that the companK would Issue $ 1 .*-'"."***>1 debenture coiiver!lbl?n Into ! stock. This Issue whs exclusively an- . nounced on De. . mber '.1> last. T...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

jJirfimoiiii ?meS-fKspattli SIXTY-FIFTH TEAR I 1 ADMITTEDLY TUB BEST MEDTUM IN THH SOUTH KOn CLASSIFIHD ADVERTISING. VISMSl'lIONE YOUIl WANTS TO THE TIMES-DIBI'ATCH (tAM)OLl'H 1 1 lUMIOI.ni WANT AD. RATKS. OAII.Y, cn? cent a word whan paid In advnnco. No ad. takon for less than 10 cent*. SUNDAY, one and one-half cents a word for all cluajlfled nda. except Hllunllona Wunied at one cent a word. No ad. taken for lets than 15 centa. NO ADS. taken for leee thi?p Z6 rent* whon charged or phoned In. Fboned order* not guaranteed. C.asslflcatlons not guaranteed ; yft^r fc:J0 P. M LOST AND FOUND. I<OHT largo pointed fox utufT, trimmed ! with . brown volvot. Liberal reward I If_returned to itoh (iroVe Avenue. LOST. between C. &. O. viaduct and ' 208 East Eighth Street, South Richmond, deed (o certain property In j Hwaln County, N. C, Reward if re- | turned to owner, A. I\ Dfelil, 200 Rust KlBhlh Street, South Richmond. ; LOST, on Addison, between Broa<] and ' ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 9 January 1915

I Hall Price for Marabou Neckpieces and Muffs Stylish Marabou 1'ieces, representing a special purchase which we shall put. on sale to-day (Saturday) at less than wholesale prices: Regularly $1.50 to $12.00. $5.98 75c Sale Prices The assortment includes blacks, browns and other popular colors and the present prices make EACH PIECE A WONDERFUL VALUE. First Floor. All "Smart Set" Corsets Greatly Reduced We are to discontinue this high grade line of Corsets. To make the process of elimination quick and sure, wo will, beginning to-day, make the following reductions in prices throughout ihis stock: All Regular $10.00 "Smart Set" Corsets, now $">.50 All Regular $7.00 "Smart Set" Corsets, now $!1.75 All Regular $(5.00 "Smart Set" Corsets, now $.'1.50 All Retrular $5.00 "Smart Set'* Corsets, now $.'1.00 All Regular $1.00 "Smart Set" Corsets, now $2.50 All new fresh goods and popular styles. Fourteen different models; high or low bust, heavy or light weight, and practically every s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

CULTIVATE THE HABIT ?f r?adlng the Want Ad rolnmu. They Ifll of opportualtlea la many direction*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOLUMH ?8 Nl'MlIKH 10 RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 1<>, 1915. FIFTY PAGES. WI2ATIII3II TO-DAY l " -FAIR MARION HARLAND BEGINS h ? ??rlr* of rontiiliatlon* oa i|UfMtlonn of Inlrrml to women In tw-daj'n Ixnur of THE TIMES-DISPATCH PRICE FIVE CENTS MEXICAN FACTIONS AGREE ON PEACE Gutierrez Declares Problem of Pacification Practically Is Solved. DETAILS NOT MADE PUBLIC Intimates Strengthening of Constitutionalist Party Without , Domination of Army Leader. WASHINGTON. D. O., January 9.?An agreement of "all the armed groups' In Mexico by which "tho problem of pacification practically Is solved," han been reported to tho convention In Mexico City by General Gutierrez, ae- j cording to Htuto Department advioos | to-day from Consul Sllllman. Details j of tho plan wcro not made public. ] Gsneral Gutierrez's statement to tho i convention was In ...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

|Weather Conditions Interfere With Campaign in East ? fled, for a hostile Bulgaria on their ji borders would compel them to divide ?their forces. J EXTIIEMEI.Y IM PORTA XT OPERATION'S IX I'HOfillBSS { While tliere are no reports of startl ling battlefield developments, extremeI ly Important operations arc progrcssI Ing In both fast and west. ? The Germans, simultaneously with 1 ? renewal of the attacks on the left hank i ?'of the Vistula, arc developing a new j ? offensive from the direction of Mlawa, j ? on the Hast Prussian frontier. Some! ! German attacks on the Russian lino,! t which runs along the Bxura and Hawkn j J Rivers ami thence southward to j ; Opocrnn, and along the Nida to Opn- \ ; towlcc, on the lower Vistula, have been ; particularly severe, hut. according to j the Russian report, all have been ro- ) pulsed. | The thaw which has set in In South- I ; em Poland nnd Gallela. has converter! J.the country into a sea of mud. and even j ? cleared the snow from the Carpathia...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

Monday the Cohen Spring White Sale Wonder Values in Every Nook and Corner of All the Store Was the Object of All Buyers Let success be proclaimed by you. The visitors to the store, the time spent in going through the store will be good insurance for the best values Cohen's store has ever been enabled to offer. It is buying cotton at six cents a pound as against ten to fourteen cents, as in many years of the past. The entire assemblage of merchandise of the most important opportunity, both in buying for present use or the making up for spring and summer use. We await your coming Monday. The White Sale Means Embroideries DAYLIGHT STORE. 9/" RICHMOND, Thousands of every sort. Not what you saw last year, but the embroideries of 1915 ?the narrow, wide and the allovers; the widths and styles what the coming season demands. It is our disposition always to go the right road, not the wrong. We lead you to the best and the best prices; in fact, some are wonder prices this season for the beaut...

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

RESERVE BANKS INCUSE I n.. ' 1 Consolidated Statement Shows 500,000 More iu Vaults Titan Last Week. Rediscounts ark ixckkased Governor Sony Issues Statement of Condition of Iticlnnond Hank at Close of Business on Friday?Ilig Cash Reserve. Rediscounts for the past week for the Federal Reserve Hank of Richmond amounted to JMS.OOO, according to the weekly statement Issued by ("Jovernor lieorpe .1. Stay yesterday. Tito report of the bank's condition at tlio closo of business on Friday follows: Mrta. Cash on hand: I Gold coin and certificates J 00 Ivefral-tendor. sliver certificates, etc 3Tl.1t!* SO Total .? n,057.0S!> St>| Hills discounted.........} 2,4"0.?>T2 fi!> Due from other Federal reserve banks 1.PS.1 41 All other assets. IS.OfiG 30] Totii ?n.r.n2.tn Mobilities. Capital pnlfl in J 33; Ileserve deposits......... T.T1 4.*> i I 'lie to til her Federal r- - j servo Km Us 2.01 7.20? " L" f Federal rns? r\ ?> not^s in oi...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

CZAR'S BROTHER-IN-LAW MEETS DEATH IN BATTLE / Grand Duke Alexander Mlchaelovitch Killed In Fighting at Mianduub. MADK VISIT TO AMKRICA IN 11)13 Before War, Wan Mentioned nn Probable Commander-in-Chief of Muscovite Forces?Knjoyed Great Influence With RuNHlan Emperor. ISp^elnl Cabk to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 BERLIN, January !> (wireless via Say v I ll*1).?The Imperial press bureau makes the following announcement: "An oltlelal statement from Constantinople says Grand Duke Alexander Mlchaelovitch, brother-in-law of tho Czar, was killed In the fighting at Mlnanduab (Merhemetabad), In tho Province of Azorbaljan, Kurdistan, In I'ersla." ?irand Duke Alexander was not only a brother-in-law of the Czar of Russia, but nlso he was a second cousin. lie visited America In the fall of 1913. and was a guest of Mrs. John Alitor, at Beech wood, Newport. Ills mission to this country was a secret one, according to reports at the tltne, and had to do with the placing of a large order for a rapi...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

I'ermlssioii Is Cirnntcd for Placing Beautiful Memorial Tablet in Old Blnndford. iiATTLK ABBEY IS PHOI'OSKl) Petersburg May Build Storehouse for Holies of War Between States Pertaining to That City?AutlItorluin for Veterans Suggested. I Special to The Times Tdsnateh.l ?'KTKRSBl'HO, VA? January 0.? j he l.Hdlos Memorial Association, nf meetinR yesterday afternoon, ap- ' ;>:ovcd a proposition coming from South Carolina, for tjie erection in; beautiful old Hlandford Church of n i tablet to the memory of the soldiers j of Klliott's Brigade or that gallant ' State, ( who fell in the Rattle of the I Crater on July 30. is?H. and permission i for I lie placing of the memorial was I eranted. Elliott's Brigade was com-! posed of the Seventeenth. LCighioenth 1 and Twenty-second neglmcnts of South Carolina Volunteers, and with Mnhoiic's ! ^ "Kinia Brigade, Wright's tieorgia i Brigade and Saunders' Alabama Brig- ! ;"ie. formed the principal force that ' i < ? apt ured the C...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

Well-Known Honthslde Citizen Com. mlt? Suicide ut I-iodglng-Honse. !?' U N K R A L THIS AVTKRNOON Death of IHh wife nnd His Own l.onj? IllneKs filven an Chub?-?Will and Other Paper* Found in Ills I'ockct. The funeral of Junlua A. Williamson, sixty-nine yeara old, ti veteran oniployo of the Southern Railway, who committed suicide early yesterday morning in Edward Bentley'e boardinghouse, at 1139 East Main Street, will ink? place from his home, tf>08 McDonough Street, thin afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The Hervlces, which will be ? ?onducted by Rev. Wesley Baker, pastor of Porter Street Presbyterian Church, will bo attended by a delegation from the Manchester Lodge of Masonh. of which Mr. Williamson was a member. Members of the lodge have been requested to meet at. the Masonic Temple, Cowardln Avenue and Hull Street, at 3 o'clock. Grief over the death of his wife, aggravated by serious iiorvoun trouble. is said to havo caused-the suicide. Charles Brltch," Williamson's roommate...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

lUTilES OF EMDEN ' iWTic smn! of m No Phase of StriiHuIr Has Fired , Imagination More Tlinn Career of German Cruiser. KVKN KXKMV IS T II H I I. I. K I) Her Marvelous Keats of Pnrlnp ami llrave Fi^ht Into Death Draw Wonls of I'rntse I'rotii Krlonds and Foe Alike. No phajc of the world war he* boon more tilled with Uii> flavor of romance and hn? more touched the Imag!nation than the desperate series >>f adventures of the Gorman cruiser KmJtn, li?? r deutructlon of |15.000,00.1 worth of hostile shipping, the shelling of Madras, tlie daring raid Into tho heart ot Penani; harbor, where ? Husslan cruiser and n French tnrp?-d<> boat were sunk: the last light with the Australian cruiser Sydney near Cores Island, and the forlorn hope of tho forty men aboard the crazy old schooner Ayessa. Kven the l.ondon T!:nes Is moved to ?:iy: "We rejoice that the cruiser has been destroyed at last, but we salute Captain von Mailer as a brave and chiva...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

Xoxt Tuesday Promises to Ho Historic Date iu History of Movement in United States. SUCCESS APTRlt 4 0 Y E A US First Time That Lower Branch of Congress Has Conbontod to Roll Call Upon Proposition?Amendment Already Defeated in Senate. -? WASHINGTON, January 9.?Next ' uc3day promises to be a historic 'lato In the history of the suffrage movement In tho Unlteil States. 0,1 that date tho suffragists, for the tln,? "l the sixty years of tholr uerslatent campaign, will havo suo'??i?^ed in Injecting their proposal for ?t. J'oderal amcndmetit enfranchising i heir Hex Into a sot deliate in I he House or Ki-presnn tat Ives. And not only a achate, hut an actual vote an well. Whether they win or lose. th??y seem inclined to record the affair an tretnendouHly significant. They have hu<1 th<>lr Federal amendment debuted in ti" Senate, and voted down, but thin '? ' ho llrit 111110 they have over succeeded In forcing the Hons- to a roll <;>il u...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

Warnings Give Property Owners Opport unity to Move Gootls to Safety. I/OWER CITY IS 1NVXDATED River Dropped Three Feet Yestertluy at Columbia, ami I~?H ,s NoUh1 Here at Miilnight?Ml Danger In j Pant. With the water slowly receding. the James River. ?lu'h has boon on a rani- I p.iKe for the past few .lays, will bo ; confined within its banks l>v night- j fall, and all dancer from tho freshet will he over Throuch the warnings j Issued hy th" local Weather Bureau , property owners within the ti?i???atoned | zone moved cv* r> tliinu to saf? T>, a*1 j w 1th the exception of lno>n\? ni< iu e. the less "ill he slight. ! The hip :-water mark was roac.it d I VfStordav morning at Columbia. when the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway pause showed 25:', foot. At noon it had dropped to :?:S feet, hut it ft'tor o'clock before th?- drop reached hire. At * o'clock the Old Dominion! 1<-ported fifteen f-? ?. and there was a drop of one inch a...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

JUDGE BUCHANAN STEPS ASIDE TO AID COLLEAGUES Resigns Position In Order to Eipft> <llte Work of Supreme Court. CJOVKRNOR APPOINTS KELLY Ilrlstol Barrister Will Take Up Duties Several Weeks Before Ills Term Was to Ilegln?lJar Assocl*tlon to Honor Both. Although his term oxplrod at th? end of this month, Judge John A. Buoliannn, of the Supreme Court of Appeals, yoBterdny tendered his resignation to Governor Stuart, to take effect on Tuesday. Joseph L#. Kelly, of Bristol, who was elected by the last General Assembly to succeed Judge Buohanan, was appointed by the Governor to fill the unexpired term The resignation of Judge Buchanan, according to the letter sent with it to the Governor, was to expedite the work of the court, which Is now In .session. To have cases In his hands now would mean that he would not, lliivo tlruo to preparo opinions, and the other memhots of the court would have J to complete the work, or to have the j eases reargued after his successor; w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

ROMANCE OF BELGIAN REFUGEES IS UNFOLOEO In Sordid Godalnitnji Police Court, Young Woman Reveals Heart's Tiii>,rwly. TItlKS TO <' O >1 M I T Sl ICTDK She Had Been Kngnned to Wed Young Army Oflicer, but When Her Dowry Was Swept Away by War, His Ardor Cooled. nv imiiIjI.ii* kvkuktt. {Special Cable to The Times-Plspatch.] IjONDON. .'annary P in the sordid surroundings of tiodalmlng Police Co?r: there was unfolded a romance ol the Belgian refugees which lias touched the heart? of all who heard It. The principal character I* a young Belgian woman accused of attempting to commit suicide. | Maria Plgneur, the prisoner, and two 3telnl.ui otlkers called at a hotel In Godalming and had luncheon there. Afterward M. tl.i went Into another] room alone, and there drank a largo quantity of liniment. Aid was quickly brought to her, ami she ?.'covered. j As the evidence III Hi" l'ollce Court' brought out. Ijluetennnt Collard, one of ?he two lU-lgian .?Ulcers, had been...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 10 January 1915

TWO SPORTS JUcftmonii Orirae^-iH^patrlj SPORTS PART TWO 65th YEAR PRICE FrVE CENTS LEADERS OF MINORS IN THE SPOTLIGHT Rowland and Donovan May Have Same Success as George Stallings. WHO OWNS THE PHILLIES?: Baker Holds the Stock, but; Chandler, It Is Said, Is the % * Real Magnate. NEW YORK, Janunry 9.?Baseball > In baseball wherever played, whether It he In the minor leagues or In the majors. So far as the sclonee and brains of thi* camp are concerned, It Is about the same proposition one place as another. A successful system in one class of company should bo successful In another grade?backed u]>. of course, by the same proportionate amount of strength In players, and a (rood break In luck. That Is theory that always has been regarded as sound, but it remained for rJeorge Stallings to prove It In concrete fact last year. Theoretically, a theory that does not hold good in practice is nut good theory, say students of metaphysics. To prove this' theory practical. S...

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