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BRIEF CITY NEWS
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n the easy payment plan. Hankers
realty Investment Co. Thone I"oug. M.
Irana B.for Seonomlo Laura "Writ
ten lunniiuiiims" is to Ik the suhjeet of
the address by I. J. Dunn Tuesday even
ing before the Economic league.
lis Promises to Be Bl Tear
Have you prepared for bin buslnes by
locating your office In the Boe Pulldlng
(the building that la alwaya new)?
"Todaya Complete KorU Program"
classified section today, and appears In
The Bee FXCUUSIVEL.Y. Find out what
the varloue moving picture theaters offer.
Thief Bnatohae Purse Mr. Carl
Wheeler, 2?4 Webster etreet. la the lat
est victim of the negro purae anatcher,
who has been operating In Omaha dur
ing the last few days. Mr a. Wheeler
was walking toward her home when the
thief sprang out of an alley near
Twenty-second anil Burt streets and
seised her purae. The pocketbook con
Mere Stamp Gierke Now that the
Chnstmas rush of business Is' welt de
veloped at the postofflce, extra clerks
to sell stamps will be Installed In the
con-Mora this week, probably Monday,
roetmaster Wharton says that sender
of Christmas mall have become so num
erous that the three regular stamp clerks
have been kept more than busy during;
the last week.
SCHOOL ANDJMEGE HEWS
What it Going on Among Institu
tions of Higher Learning.
TEACHING USES OF A LIBRARY
alted states Bare a ( F.aaeatloa
Lay atrea Valae of Tral a
lag ataaent 1'se
Daniel to Write
Story of Exposition
That another Omaha boy Is "making;
good," In the east. Is Indicated by a mes
sage Just received hero by Attorney Her
bert S. Daniel from his brother, Haw
thorne, who Is studying; journalism at
Columbia university, New York. The lat
ter wires that the Outlook magazine has
Just commissioned him as Its correspond
ent, to go with President Wilson and
the battleship fleet to the Han Francisco
and San Diego expositions, by way of the
Panama canal, and to "cover" the trip.
the presidential Inspection of the canal,
and both expositions In magacine articles
to be published by the Outlook.
The big fleet will leave Hampton Roads,
Va., March 5, as convoy for the president
on his official trip through the canal
and visit to the two great expositions
H will be en route several weeks, and
will be one of the chief centers of public
Interest during its voyage.
Although young Daniel la only a few
yeais past 21, and has been in the east
but a few months, he Is not entirely in-
experienced for his big commission. He
bus written considerable matter for maga-
sines, was a cadet at the United States
navnl academy at Annapolis for one year,
vntil forced to resign because of eye
trouble, and Is naturally talented along
His Omaha friends consider his assign
ment by the Outlook as an opportunity
for him to make good In a large way
In his chosen field of magaalne work,
He Is a son 'of Mrs. Nannie A. Daniel,
6"rt Davenport street, and graduated from
the Omaha High schW in 1908. As he
will return overland with President VVI1
son's party, he may visit Omaha on his
way back to New York. One of Danlel'i
magazine articles was published by the
Outlook the first month he wa la the
east, and he has already sold others.
Publishes a Book
Of His Orations
Regardless of the adage. "Would that
mine enemy would write a book," Henry
D. Estabrook, long an esteemed Omaha
fellow-townsmen, .now of New York, Is
the latest who has "gone and done it."
But Mr. Estabrook' book is only a com
pllatlon if speeches and addresses he has
delivered at various times together with
commendatory press comment, and 1
duly apologized for in the prefatory ex
The title of Mr. EsUbrook' literary
effort is "The Vengeance of the Flag,
and conies from tht- press of tho Revell
Publishing house. "The Vengeance of
the King" is the beautiful Lincoln oration
generally regarded as Mr. Estebrook's
masterpiece, which was first delivered at
Chicago, and has oeen onceor twice re
posted be tote enraptured hearers in
Omaha. Equally suggestive and appealing
are the address on 'Grant," "Franklin,
".Hamilton," "The Constitution Between
Friend"." and the more locai, but not to
be forgotten speech on "A. P. Alsm,"
which almost raised the roof of our
coliseum v iien that fight was on.
The book is humorously dedicated by
Mr. Estabrook to his little grandson
Robert Clowry Roebilng, "with the hope
that when the said Roobllng ahall have
done with kindergartens, schools, col
leges and universities, and such vestibules
of learning, he may still find herein oc
casional admonitions and reflections
worthy his consideration, and not un
worthy his maternal grandad."
Pavlowa in Ono of Her Dances
Knowing how to use a library Is so
Important In the estimation of the t'nlted
Ptates bureau of education that Dr.
lenry R. Evans of the bureau's edi
torial staff has been commissioned to
find out what the educational Institu
tions of the country are doing as to "In
struction In the management and use of
libraries." The results of this Investi
gation are made publio In a bulletin Just
Issued on "Library Instruction In Vnlver-
Itles, Colleges and Normal Schools."
Out of 44 Institutions of higher educa
tion replying, ninety-one give definite
library courses. Of 166 noimal schools
replying to the bureau's Inquiry, ninety-
three reported Instruction In library
Separate library Schools have been es
tablished at the following Institutions:
Simmons college, Boston; Western Re
serve university, Cleveland, O.! Univer
sity of Wisconsin, University of Illinois
and Syracuse university. New York.
Required courses in library Instruction
are maintained by the Kansas Ktat
Agricultural college, the University of
North Dakota, Ohio State university,
Oregon Agricultural college, Pennsyl
vania State college, Utah Agricultural
college and the University of Washing
ton. All of these institutions give full
credit toward graduation tor courses de
signed to train students In effective use
of books and libraries.
Elective oourses In library work arc of
fered by many prominent Institutions of
higher education. Including Cornell uni
versity, the University of Illinois, Indi
ana, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, New Mex
ico, West Virginia and the University of
Wisconsin and Idaho are the only states
requiring ' library instruction In the nor
mal schools, according to the report.
"The best material In the library," the
bulletin asserts, "Is frequently In the
form of magacine articles, pamphlets
and technical papers prepared by ex
perts. Every student should be required
to take some course In the handling of
library tools. Such a course should not
only be required, but It should constitute
a definite part of the work required for
Grand Island Collea-e.
On fteturdnv nlirht the mnln fYntnr nt
the regular Amphlctyon Uterary society
program wss a nenat on the question,
Resolved, that the unlveisltv trmv blan
of athletlca Is superior to the system nt
nrenwni in use in our colleges. Tne de
baters on the affirmative were Miss Eva
Wood and Mr. Frank Wetland. Those on
the negative were Miss Ethel Hheaff and
Mr. Cuaner Wood. The itnr.liHnn or the
Judges was In favor of the af Uxmatlv.
A gospel team of four young men Went
to Cairo to conduct evangelistic work,
from the Wednesday preceding Thanks
giving dsy until the following Sunday.
These who went were Messrs. Howard
Ego, Herman Benjamin, Dan Burress and
- on Monday afternoon the young ladles
of the Youna Women'a Christian assn-'
olation met for a social time. It was also
a vory busy time, as the society had
decided to send Ohrlstmsa boxes to two
different ministers'-families, and the gifts
were brought to the-"'rood times" meet
Ing to be made thereT" Refreshments and
a aooial time made the afternoon pass
quickly, gnd It was voted a pleasant and
The Athenian literary society rave a
rogram, in which only the girls per
ornied. at their last mretlnr. In nmn
debate waa held on the lecture plan of
conducting college class against the
question and answer method. Each Week
the society has a parliamentary drill,
which Is being found very interesting.
Th gymnasium has been remodeled th
week. The basket ball court has been
caged In and stoves have been installed.
Tne boys' basket ball sohedul Is being
lined up and a heavy set of game are
planned. A trip west is contemplated
for after the holidays. The prospects for
the girls' basket ball team also are excellent.
When you buy ticket for the Pavlowa
charity ball Wednesday nlpht at the Au
ditorium you can have the purchase
price go towards your favorite charity
fund by merely designating on the back
of the pasteboard the name of any of the
Hundreds of Omehans will make dona
tion to their best liked Institutions in
this manner. All you have to do I to
write on the back of -your ticket the
name of the fund you want your money
to go to.
In advertising the ball, there Is lively.
but friendly,' competition between the
different organltfttlon that will share
In the proceeds. Each one is careful to
request that they especially be favored
on the reverse side of the tickets.
The Omaha Rotary club, which Is spon
soring the ball, will hold It last meet-
Street Rail Agent
Killed in Trolley
Crash in South Omaha
Andrew S. Human, freight agent for th
Omaha ft Council Bluffs Street Railway
company, was killed last night at Forty
fourth and Q streets, South Omaha, when
the car upon which he waa riding refused
to take tne switch and went Into the ditch.
Miss AmeliaMcIvor, a passenger, was
Injured about the body and was removed
to her home at Forty-sixth and 8 streets.
Homan was taken to the South Omaha
hospital, where ahortly after o'clock be
died. He waa M years of age and is sur
vived by his widow and several grown
i hlldren. He lived at Forty-sixth and R
streets. South Omaha.
The accident occurred where the West
Q car switches to make the return trip.
The car was In charge of Conductor Tom
Hickson and Motorman John Bruns. It
Is said the air brakes refused to work
Homan had been In the employ of th
street railway company for years- He
was an Odd Fellow, having served a
You're the loser if you Owi't lead Be
Want Ad regularly.
Bear Tale la Mia.
' "I - consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by far th best medlcln la th
market fcr coll and croup," aay lira
Albert Plosser, lima, O. Many other
are of the same opinion. Obtainable
Hastings College Notes.
The members of the Glee club and the
Treble Clef organisation have lust been
chosen and announced by the director of
muHie, vrot. H. Lt. Fuhr. The former
consist of Adam Llohtenburg of Hast
ings. Q. W. Roeenlof of York, Harold
Rosenau of Alexandria, - Paul Pottord of
Juniata. Lawrence Van Hickle of Hast
ings, George Crouch of Kloux City, la.
Paul Mann, Burgess Creeth, C. E. Kline
Harold Roelse. Morris Cramer of Hast
ings; J. A. Bennett of Konlohn. Carl
Keler of Hope, Kan,; Rufus Gate of
scotts Blurr. Charles Wood of Table
Kock, George Bowen of Elgin, with At
bert Capron of Bridgeport, Roy Cook of
Hastings, Jesse Purdy of Ord and Cur
tis Gait of Bloomfngton, a alternate.
The Treble Clef organisation will consist
of Misses Margaret Brown. Mlnlva To!
Ilnson, Octavta Jones, L,uc1le Keith, Daisy
Tompkins, Caroline Wahlqulst, Helen
Jones of Hastings: Edna IOwrr of Paw
nee City, Nora Trlpo of Reynolds. Oraoe
Oahorn of Alnsworth. Carol Stewart of
Mitchell, Kathleen Haftlgan of Fairbury,
witn misses f ern warner or Lwelien,
Edith AlWn of Cosad, Merle Likely ni
Rose Waldron of Hastings, as alternates
The combined cluba expect to be ready
for the annual trip about th last of
Th young women of th college dormi
tory entertained the young men of th
dormitory very pleasantly last .Saturday
Monday evening the Oerman club held
a very pleasant and profitable meeting at
the home of J'ror. and Mr, crunnlngtiam
The program consisted of an Introductory
speech, musio by the quartet, debate ano
violin numbers, all selections being ren
dered in Oerman.
The Young Men's Christian association
meeting on Thursday was under the lead
ership of ir. Rev. Mean of the First Pres
byterian church. The Young Men's Chris
tian association Headquarters have been
recently re-finished and the meeting waa
largely attended and an Inspiring addreoa
was given. Prof. Hansen of the violin
department, rendered a solo with Mis
Catherine Lynn a accompanist.
On Friday noon the college' closes for
the ChrlHtmaa vacation to reconvene on
Kearaey Stat Normal.
The young women of th Young
Women's Christian asportation are much
pleased at the result cf the Krist Market
held on the lower floor last Friday, and
wish to thank students and women of the
city for no liberal a oatmnage. The as
sociation cleared about $300 at th sale.
Mrs. H. R. Tollefsen favored students
nd faculty with a trrouo of sones at
chapel time on Wednesday morning.
The Mothers' meeting held In the kin
dererten department last week was well
attended and much Interest shown In
the work. Light refreshments were
Miss Hoslc goes to Miller on Saturday
and Miss Abbott to Amherst on Friday, to
assist classes In study renter work.
President Dick and Dsn Morris attended
board meelng at Lincoln. December 1
Prof. A. Softley received a call from
fl'tnerlntendent Rum ham of Stanton
county to addresa the Teacher asso
ciation at Stanton next Saturday.
The commercial department, under th
'Irei'tlon of Prof Newton W. Galnea.
'tirnlshe one of the busiest scenes In
'he college building. The attendance s
Mrs. A. M. Reynolds of the art dfoart-
! -ent save an exhibition last Thureosv
1n Friday at th studio In the coliese
building. Tho wttsr color and china
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the first of the week ar-d Foreman Riddle
will riih tlie conii'h-iun of the building
as rapidly as possible.
On Tnemlav evening. lecember the
pupils of Trpf. and Mi. C. V. Kecklev,
gave a recital In the normal rharel. the
program '(insisting of resiling, a short
ski-lib and a piny In ( ne at chtitcil,
hadrna tate orma1.
President Sparks left on Tuesday even
ing f'r IJncoln to be preernt at the meet
ing of th normal hool boar J.
The K'shth graile history class pre
pared a ileb.Mo, ll'h ss given Tliiirs
dny and Friday. The question discussed
a. "Romilved, that slavery aae a na
The boy of Mlrs IV-l's snd Mrs.
I'.ustln's moiiK hnvo Ki (lay afternnr
f -r manual training tinder Airs. Ilustln.
The slrls life the same time for sewing
triiixlit by Ml. Dclxell.
The model school pupils were takfit
l nulity nftcin ion to see the educational
pK'ttirra ol the Indnstres of Nebraska
given at Hex under the direction of lr
( on.liH of the state unlvei slty.
Architect fitllt spent three (lavs Issi
week In Chadron f'-r the puiise of .
fleeting the aild'tlon tn the norirM bulM
Ing. He reroninien-led the acceptanre of
(he win? after several minor change
havo been made.
At a meeting of the Alle Freeman
Palmer society last F'ldny, I'reslden
Sparks Have an Interestlt.g talk on par
llnnienla'y law, In hi- h he explained
Its lrlgln nd presrntrd some of the
fundamental rules and principles.
The inuch ta'ked of inter-class basket
ball tournament of tbc normal took place
at the Young Men's fhrletlan associa
tion gymnasium on Friday and 8atrdnv
nights of last week, tm Friday night
the boys gave battle for the champion
ship ot the normal, and on Saturday nlfht
the glrla showed their ability at the game.
All the teams showed up well on the
flo-r, hut the final score In both tourna
ments gave the championship to the sen
iors. The games were fast from begin
ning to end and Coach Keester Is very
much pleased over the outlook for a has.
ket ball team this year.
"Feci" of tho Cash
Didn't Last Long
Just because he wanted to feel "plenty
of muney" In his pockets. John N. Hauss
ner, a feed and coal dealers at 1(111 Dav
enport streets. Is minus $!), he told the
police last night.
He drew the money out of the bank
early In the morning fnr no espeula.1 rea
son at all, he said, and, after having the
pleasure of the "feeling" for a couple of
hours, he either lost it or It was stolen
Must Prove Theft
Or Leave Jail Homo
Con( ier.ee stricken for Imvlng stolen
a hoi se ntohth r.go. J-e Si honyer, 22, To
pfka. Kan., Is In the Jouth Omaha po
lice elation, hut the police say he must
prove the tiieft (r they will turn him
cut Into the snow. Bchonyer says he tol
a horse In Omaha about th tlm of th
torrurin. I!o ny the owner Is dead.
Schonyer admits that ha I anxloui
t.i gt to the penitentiary. He say h
wants to Irarn a trade. The South
Omaha police e.iy he want to get la
nut of the cold.
Ing before th affair tonight the Hen
shaw. At thi time all final details for
the big spectacle will be taken care of
and the last arrangements mad.
Those In charge of the ticket Sale de
clare that whan the door open Wednes
nlght every sent check and dance ticket
will be utilised. The' demand for an op
portunity to see the renowned Russian
dancer Is unprecedented. It Is declared.
One of the features of the ball will be
that many of Omaha' society women
will wear gowns made of cotton, In def
erence to the trade depression In' the
south, due to clogged market conditions.
"This Is a charity affair, to It will be
made so in every manner possible," de
clared one pretty young miss, who, with
a number of her chums, will Wear cot
ton creations. . ,
State Treas, Hall
Gives Surety Bond
Men a Chilly Deal
Seventy bond men are all up In th
air over the placing of th state treas
urer's bond, which Is the biggest official
bond written In Nebraska, direct with
euetcrn oompanlea, and apparently cut
ting them out of all participation In It.
Stale Treasurer-elect Hall had several
conferences with the Insurance folks, to
which some of the Omaha agent were
Invited, and after stringing them at th
Inst session past midnight, told them
that he would go over their heads.
"Political consideration always cut a
figure In the handling of this bond,"
said a bond man, "and Mr. Hall to give
tho ngenta here the go-by had to turn
down some of hi strongest political sup
porters. I heard that his main solicitude
at first was to have the commission split
up with the friendly agents In hi horn
district, but th doal waa really pulled
ot by Judge Rnglnnd of Lincoln, who
professed to appear not a an agent, but
a the legal representative of th favored
companies. Another Interesting thing de
veloped at the conference In the effort
of Influential democratic politicians to
pull a part of the bond for a prominent
bullmooser In Omaha, asserting that Hall
was Indebted to him for keeping Mr.
Broatch, the hullmoose candidate, on th
track and diverting enough vote from
the republican nominee to elect a demo
crat, but he got tho cold shoulder Just
the same as the rest of us."
display wa especially large end received
most favorable comment; also, the ou
paintings were beautiful. -
Mr. F. W. Button, prominent, auomcy
of Fremont and classic graduate of Fre
mont college, was appointed oy .o-
rnor Morenean to sucrera uui- T
lenbeck as district Judge. President
Clemmona last Tuesday evening gave a
dinner, at which Judge Button was the
guest of honor. The party oonsistel of
Messrs. Allen Johnson, J. E. Daly. Judge
N. H. Mspe. S. H. Sldncr, an graauaiea
of the college, and prominent attorneys,
sfrbraska Western Ualyerslty.
President A. L. Johnson of the Board
Of Trustees is In New York City on of
Tha Ymins- Men's Christian association
baser and carnival attracted a large at
tendance In the C. c wniie uunuins
Tb. t.sdles' Faculty club will be enter
tained this afternoon at the home of Mrs.
I. B. Bchreckengnst on east bigtucenin
The Belgian Relief committee Is plan
ning an entertainment made up of Wes
Weslet'an has the unique record of
having S5 per cent of the members of
the freshman class enrolled as members
of the Young Men's Christian associa
tion. Last Sunday evening the men en
Joyed a very profitable uddress by Dr.
A. F. Tyler, w, or umana.
The movement on foot to establish a
city Young Men's Christian association
for the high school students and the
young men of the place is meeting with
hearty approval everywhere.
Prof. Abble Burns of the department
Of German, who ha been very 111 for
several weeks, hns recovered sufficiently
tn be able to hear some of her classes
und will soon be able to take complete
The basket ball tournament has hsld
the center of the stage during the past
week. The Juniors, who were picked to
win beeaune they have fonr varsity men
In the lineup, were defeated by th
sophomores because of a Weakened team
due to Injuries. Tha sophomores were
beaten by the freshmen and th fresh
men hy th Juniors. The academy played
a strung game against both the fresh
men and sophomores, being In the lead
part of the time.
Wayne State Normal.
President Conn waa :n Lincoln Thursday
and Friday in attendance at the meet
ing of the Board ot Education.
"The Deutsche Vercln," a recent organi
sation of the school, I'ftvc a program In
the chapel Friday evening.
Miss Nellie Ensmlnger, assistant prin
cipal of the Crelghtun HlKh school, waa
a visitor last Saturday.
"The Distinctive Features of th Novel,"
was the subject of a talk given by Miss
Beeehel, before the Literature club last
The , Intermediate department of the
(raining school has been moved from the
basement of the auditorium to the Ward
school building. The quarter formerly
occupied by the trninlng school will be
used for physical training during th win
Dr. J. T. House and the members of
Ms class In sociology, spent Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday in Sioux City,
studying the work of organised charities
and conditions in tho ttock yard district
of that city. . -
A carload of finished material for the
new administration building was received
"Rags' and "Bessie" ;
Fear Strange Intruder
"Rags," tha police canine mascot, and
"Bessie," th fslln pet of Matron Gib
bon, both noted for their bravery and
unflinching persistence In keeping head
quarter station free of all 'other four
footed creatures, lost must prestige last
night when they both fled from a mangy,
once-whlt our dog.
Bom wag about town had found the
whit dog and painted black stripe,
aebra fashion, about It- Around ch ye
a heavy black circle wa painted and
heavy, Inky eyebrow that converged In
a most grotesqu manner completed th
The animal followed Sergeant Ferris
Into headquarters last night, and 'right
into th presence of "Rags" and "Bessie,"
who were quietly enjoying th comfort
of a warm radiator.
"Ya-hool M-yow!" shrilled th two
pets In a fright, after one look at th
strange intruder. For the rest Of tha
evening neither "Bessie" nor "Rags"
could be coaxed Into the station, but In
stead they sulked In the cold garage,
whence they had fled.
Automobile bargain in Be Want Ada
Flnaer Crashed aad Braised.
Bucklen's Arnioa Jialv give sure re
lief. Quickly heal sores, bruises, burns.
86c. All druggists. Advertisement.
Does not come from exercise alone,
but also frdm the food one
For real strength there is no bet
ter food than
A breakfast dish of C.mrv-
Nuts and cream is the regular
morning custom of a mighty host
who . know the value of right food.
Being 4 partially predigested,
Grape-Nuts is auickly converted
into strength for body and brain
the power to "do things."
"There's a Reason"
Edith wos won by Mary King-, 700 N. 41st St.,
age 9, Saunders school,
She collected 1,625 doll
Olive Tracy, 4940 Capitol Ave., age 9, was sec
ond with 1,2S8 pictures, and Mildred Miller, 1020
S. 35th Ave., age 9, Columbia school, third, with
1,222 pictures. Mildred Johnson, 3426 Parker St.
was fourth with 953 pictures.
Th's week we will Give Away
Gretchen and Mary
Julin is a vory beauti
ful doll. IUr bright eyes
and rosy cheeks tell you
that she is always
fheerful, contented and
hnppy, and makes ev
eryone around her feel
that way, too. You will
bo very happy if you
Gretchen and Mar art
for second and third prlies,
and are tint dressed Ilka
Julia, but Ibey ara very nlca
dollies, and will plesme you.
Th doll will be gtv.a
free to the Uttl glrla
nndsr 18 year of agw, that
bring or wall ns th larg
est aamb.r of dell'a pic
tures eat ant ef th
Sally aad Sunday Bh be
f ore 4 p. nu, atarday, De
Julia's ptrtura will be la
The Ilea every (Jay this week.
Cut them out and ask your
friends to save tha pictures
In their paper for you too.
See how many pictures of
Julia you can get. and be
sure to turn them in to Tha
Be office before 4 p. m.,
Saturday. December 19.
If yon donl win on ef
, th. XolUa psrhap yon
eaa gat on. scat wek.
Only on doll will b glv.a
to aay ess psrsoa,
You Can See Julia at The Bee Office
Nebraska Headqutrters, 675 Brandeii Theater Duildlng'
MRS. K. R. J. EDIIOLM, State Agent
TYVpAon Don g las 203$ Ordtr rf
Boys' Sled Free
x, j --r-rr
of al.eiing surfscs
retarding ped o
Dreadnaught Hteerlng Bled 16x14x8 U weight II
8tampd steel knsea Best crucible spring steel T-
so curved In float as to give a maximum length
bt.ering Dar work periectiy, tn ai.d re-
sllghtest bend In steel runner without
led a partlul. dear and runner finished in
f sled a Vi
rd nainl. Top of Hock Clin, beautifully painted and decorated.
The picture of the Sled will be in The Bee erery day
Cut them all out and ask your friends to save the pic-
tures In their paper for you, too. See how many plcturea '
you can get and bring them to The De office.
The Bled will be given Free to the boy that sends m -'
'the most pictures before 4 P. M. Saturday, December It.
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