CITIZEN WAUT ABU , ' BRING RESULTS ASHEVTLLE, N. 0., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1917. PRICE FIVE CENTS . I Show Window For Haywood County Products LARGE SUM PLACED TO CREDIT DF BDLQ SILENCE Oil THE WESTERN FRONT IS E U.S. STILL t Var feasure Defeated for Republican Nomination Will Make Race as an Independent. Later Transferred to Him Abroad, Washington Authorities State. Believed That Field Mar shal Haig Has Planned Some Big Movement. 1 - $ "A rhrough Chamber i, Withoii Roll CalL 1UUSE jffiEPTS MAYOR WIITGHEL TO rif CpiJGE RUN FOR MAYOR AS IEPQRTMTAXBILL FUSION CANDIDATE PASHA TH UNBROKEN J jfver TATE BPECTED i TO BLLOW SUIT PassJoT Bill Practi- -Members Leave. pally Assui iprepare WASHnroTd renee report opted by th roll call. It J nat tomorro ram or row Saor II Hp the red expect It Oct. 1. The con- fce war tax bill was suae today without be taken up in the Simmons will in the senefte, and adopted not later J WednosdalScnator Smoot and ler have In Jce a fight report, but ted that they will certain features of not believed they I send It balto conference. 80 Adent are 1 ij befdopte uAiT3tnocn.t rht advised re at Ubertjl re that the report its present form Leader Kitchin to- Jocrats that they go to their home will. He exc the session to end iltt week rirtnally no rt appeared 1 ; the four h Ion. Mr. A rtativ Fordd iking reputri RepresenttttH lond-class m Green, of 9,000 higher, 1 the report Opinion still tchen cetlmej H be S2.6S6.0 r year and tlhcial estta aaury exp to en days. Smalrposition. position to the re- e bouse today dur- tt was under dis- in .explained all of provisions ttntrth. enumerating rtlcuJarly th lints on which the use won In derance and Repre- of Michigan, the member of the iferees, addels indorsement. ooper, of Wlscon- roundly orbed the increase in rates; Representa- la. Insisted that the I should haeen at J east 1300,- tozen others spoke, adopted. Hirer as to the lount that tUl will raise. Mr. it at $2,575,000,- ), while treat- experts believe It 00 during the. 01 fclbly I2.68S.ll next rear p in full operV vanoEttnwte. "AMERICANISM" TO BE SOLE PLATFORM Pays Respects to Remaining Three Candidates in the Race. as prepared tV differ . materially (Contlnueh Pag Two.) NIGHTLY OS OMPOLIS GO IN FORGE iglish Sombardaj Seek ti Colt Towns Are as Airships Capital. pine Father. ONDON, Oct.lThe strongest air ,ck yet attemjd on London and coast towns I the Germans was led out toniglby four groups of tile, airpianes.lome or the ma les got thr to London and ibed the southttern district. . terrific barralwas sent up from defense gunshd the roar of ;le lasted lnt Intently for two a half hours! he Germans abed coast towns hey passed ovend proceeded B d London. Twif the groupsYnc led In gettlngi number of ma les through f Bky barrage. nerOua bombs Ire dropped on ' southwestern htrlct which ' is kly populated th the homes of . upper and mis classes. The from the deaing guns was rer and loudeAan ever before. ain of shrapnelll in all sections he town and b streets were ually deserteofcav for a few ce. I he weather wlperf ect for air rations, as thenVas a bright full in. with no clok or wind. The pie of London fleeted a raid and e waiting for gala. Soon after clock motors I the volunteer s sped througtie streets blow- .their sirens displaying n nlnated notice, ke cover." The phone ' oxchan notified their jcribers and ot measured were into execution iform the popu ; of the pendin lr raid. :any of the 1 tres are con ing their pert ances norwHh ding the raids, t the conclusion be performance one of the load London theatre might the mau- earn to th at and Invited the ience and sta?c tnds to vot on question. of coming the night ormancea. ... All ted in favojr yf ying them on 1 suaL M AFTER ckliAW. ' irsivv Ml rirt 11 - Molution that 1 state senate -f tquest Secret of Stat anslng to trans to Governor Whitman any eno In his -f 9ssaston - tendU to establish -f i charge that ureme Court ustlce Daniel - '. ohalan, of 4 ew Tork "had nselled with is German gov ment to th id that it shoul iolate Inter- -r ional law in thi mmisaion of -f -ohiblted acta 1 Inst persons 4 id property," 1 introduced 'night by Sen r George B. -f elllngton of Tr NEW YORK, Oct. 1. Mayor John Purroy Mitchel, democrat, defeated in the republican primaries for re nomination, announced publicly from the steps of the city hail today that he would run as the fusion candidate on s Issue of straight Americanism. The large gathering of citizens who came before him to demand that he remain In - the mayoralty race, heard words of support expressed in Mayor Mitchei's behalf by Theodore RooBe velt, Charles Kvans Hughes, Henry Morgenthau, Oscar Straus and Geo. B. McGuire, vice-president of the state federation of labor, and heard read a letter of approval from William Howard Taft and a telegram of ap proval from Charles Edward Russell. His Rivals' Stand. ' Mayor Mitchel described what he believed his three rival aspirants stood for. He alluded to John F. Hy land, democrat, as the "nominee ot Murphy and of Hearst, the candidate of Untermyer and tils kind, who out of association with Dumba, with Bernstorff and their like, raise their heads to spit vemon at al! those who have taken a strong and active stand with America against Germany." He said Mr. Hylan was "the hope 01 Tammany Hall." Morris Hlllqult, socialist candidate, Mr. "Mitchel declared as a pacifist "the avowed opponent of this war for liberty and Justice, the avowed op ponent of military service, the avowed opponent of American preparedness, the avowed advocate of national pros tration and helplessness. . Machine Politics. Regarding William M. Bennett. former state senator, who defeated the mayor tnthe republican primaries, Mr. Mitchel- -said he- 1iad been "unex- pectedly projected into a candidacy through the laziness and neglect of the great body of his party by the re sentment over Insufficient patronage on the part of a small group of ma chine politicans and by- the protests against pro-American city government by enemy sympathizers." "As an American citizen," the mayor said of himself, "hating dis loyalty and treason and dedicated to the support of President Wilson and the government of the United States in thr Successful prosecution of this war . victorious issue, my duty ad mits 1 no debate. My answer to you Is that I will run. I will make the fight a,galnst Hearst, Hylan and the Hohenzollerns, against Murphy, Coha lan, O'Leary and all the Tammany breed, against the corruptlonlst and against the disaffected, against the seditlonlst and the obstructionist. "If the people prefer a government POWERFUL CLIQUE- -OF EGYPTIANS BUSY Are Working in Interest of Central Powers, Diplo mat Declares. (Continued on Puge Two.) WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. It was stated today that "the extent of this government's knowledge of the activi ties of Bolo Pasha, held in l'ar.8 for having relations with the enemy, was that a large sum of money hud been placed to his credit in New York bania by unknown persons and later trans ferred to him abroad. The result of such Investigations as were made were turned over to the French govern ment. Working for Germany. A member of the diplomatic corps here of long experience in the Levan tine, particularly in Egypt, declared today that a powerful clique of Egyp tians was conducting an active cam paign on behalf of Germany in Swit zerland and that Bolo Pasha was one of the leaders. This diplomat Is con vinced that "bolo" Is a pseudonym and that the man was formerly of the household of the former Khedive of Egypt, Abbas Helmi Pasha. It is said here that Achmet Bey Saddlk, formerly private secretary to Abbas Helmi Pasha when he was khe dive, and Osman Pasha Mortada, at one time first master of ceremonies at the khedivel court, are at present In Geneva, which is the headquarters of their propaganda, and also at Zurich, another center for spies. Given German Money. When the former khedive was driv en from Egypt he took an enormous sum in money and treasure which was soon dispatched and his further opera tions against the English government were financed by Germany. The band of spies, as the story is told here, is said to be composed of Egyptians with a sprinkling of Turks. Their first work was done in the Levant but they soon worked in Paris through Switzerland. Th first efforts war devoted to work against the English In Egypt and Turkey. But when the Egyptian case became hopeless for them they de voted all their energies to Turkey. Af ter Turkey entered the war they moved their field to France and to a lesser degree Italy. Part of their plan was an information bureau conducted with the Geneva headquarters as a clearing house and Zurich as the dis tributing point for Germany. Another diplomat here said Bolo was well known In the Levant. He made a fortune in Turkey and his in timacy with the former khedive of Egypt added to his wealth, but he lost his money in specfcular enterprises. He was one of the promoters of the notorious "Hellopolls" at Alexandria which was planned to be another Monte Carlo, but was a failure after millions had been squandered on it. In Paris Bolo's career was well known and he was a showy figure there. He was interested In a num- GREA WAT IONAL DRIVE FOR THE SECOND LIBERTY LOnN STnRTS OUT WITH cvtKY OF TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS RMCATION 1.1 ' . 7; Telegraphic frporf . to the Treasury From Every Section Tells of Tremendous Enthusiasm on Part I fens of Thousands of Workers Secretary McAdoo Opens Ms campaign I for the Loan at Cleveland Speaker Gets One. , . . WASHINGTO Liberty loan throughout the department (froif cat tremendous part of tens of Oct. l.ThB great y started today i(ntryr with a rush. (Continued on Page Two.) IS FOUND G1TY OF TWO Sentence Deferred Pending the Disposition of Motion for Ner: r.ll CI) FACES MORE CHARGES. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. .1. Captain aoax v. iniencnens, former com mander of the seized German com merce raider Prlns. Eitel Friedrich. was today found guilty of violating tneinann act In bringing a woman from Ithaca, N. Y., to Philadelphia for immoral purposes. - Sentence was deferred pending th disposition of a motion for a new trial. There are two count in the Indictment on which the -German captain was con victed and the maximum penalty on each is five years. The federal Jury whs out twenty minutes. The trial lasted three day. . Tomorrow Captain Thierichens will face the court on a charge of smug gling ashore -nineteen dutiable ship chronometer from the raider while she was interned at th Philadelphia navy yard. 'Three other persons, resi dents of this etty, are awaiting trial on a similar smuggling charge. Thierichens i also under indictment on a charge ot violating the postal law in sending an improper letter to a school teacher in Saginaw, Mich. Captain Thierichens. whose exploits commander of th ea raider won him praise from hi government, had been interned at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.. prior to hi arrest. The Prinz Eitel Ftiedrich slipped by English and French- warship In Kit and arrived in Hampton . Roads ' unannounced. Later th commerce destroyer - was Joined by th Kron prlns Wllhclrn after a successful raiding expedition. Both . vessel were Interned at New port New and later taken to th Nor folk navy yard, where they remained until a year ago -when - they wer brought to Philadelphia. 4 After relations were oroxan -on: with Germany, th crew of th two raiders were taken south and Interned. Sine hi arrest early thi WILL PROPOSE BILL TO TO ACT DURING RECESS Senator Lewis Will Try to Give Executive Plenty of Authority. MEASURE IS NEEDED. WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. After a call at th white house today. Senator Lewi- said he would propose the pas sage of a bill giving the president full power - to ) do anything during the forthcoming; recess of congress that may be called for by any sudden emergency. "I told the president," said the sena tor, ."that we could get th war reve nue bill passed finally this week, pass the soldiers' insurance bill next week and adjourn by the end of the follow ing week. The president is anxious that the insurance bill psss, that the families of the soldiers can have se curity and the soldier have peace of mind. . - , "I think it would b wisdom for congress to pass a law giving the presi dent full power to do anything in in recess of eohgress that, may be called for by any sudden emergency, wheth er from international complications or home price-fixing of commodities ror war necessity. This would prevent calling congress before th regular December irieeting and also give im mediate legality to any action. How ever unexpected. ' The president expressed hlmaeir a deeply appreciative of th generous course of congress toward him, par ttcularly in its refusal to hamper him in any way in any or his executive function or intruding party or per sonal politics against necessary meas ure. Th president la satisfied with our war aituatlon and our-readiness for action, and has full confidence in American success everywhere." COAX SHIPMENTS STOPPED. WASHINGTON. Oct. 1. All ship. menu of coal Into Canada - from American lake port wer ordered stopped tonight by Fuel Admlntstra summer tor Garfield, to divert coal from then Captain Thierichens has beem confined ports to meet fuel shortage In th men are aubjert in to counur prison cer - soruiwesv - . sf nur awomea Telegraphic repftf to th treaoufV every section mat- enthusiasm 1 on th ou Bands of worker and a fair firstlay yolume of Sub scription ; tpwarl th 13.006.000,000 minimum whlchlia been t as tn goal for th foul week campaign. " Flags ..were. P. WWstie wer blown, acres of KHboard c-lossomea Into red. white 4d bhi? posters- mnd thousands of woiBrs started th cam paign with eifiusiasm worn jnw England to Calilrnia. ' ..Bverywnsr. from nostoffices, lank snd store win dows, railway stajons, street cars and scores Of other Jblic places, Liberty posters with fried ; slogans pasted up and wlkers began th task of finding buyers! Enthusiast! Everywhere Towns and cles from coaat-to- coast welcomed le beginning of th campaign with dltlnctiv demonstra tions. Here in tl capital, street car were stopped forfvo minute at noon and automobile iirns and siren let loose a bedlam I noise as the field force began its vrk. In hundreds of other communing th story wa th same, varied oig by method xol lnwed. I ,J , Boston renortda chorus of steam whistles greet! ntlhe opening of the campaign. Mayt Mitchel, of : New Yotk. started It tire with an address. Philadelphia le loose her factory whistles at 10 0 ock and two hours later gazed skyw d at a squadron of six airplanes th circled th tower of th city hall, opplng loan litera ture while 6,00Cboy scouts started collecting cbntriltions. McAdoo l-glns Ton. Secretary , Mcioo, opened - - his trans-contluentalf peech-making tour In Cleveland, wbfe Tris Speaker, star outfielder of thuieveland baseball club, purchased first bond. Liberty bell at "St. jonn tcnurcn, menmond, where Patrick Iry uttered hi ini mortal "Give mfibrty or give m death," led the f Us of the city In a five-minute pfflaznatlon that th drive was on. . Atlanta, the presi dent of the Get' Federation of women's clubs flea up th chair- man ofthe Liberty loan executive com mittee before breakfast to get his sub scription and got it. A flying squadron of nearly 1,000 solicitors stormed Chicago as the bells were ringing and whistles were blow-in-. Minneapolis started with a pro gram designed to reach every man, woman and child In her reserve dis trict Prominent business men of St, Louis put on overalls and pasted up posters. San Francisco began with a luncheon attended by 500 men and women and Dallas and Kansas City reported a similar ' spirit - of en thusiasm:' '; ;7;;"r;',.,n !? Spectacular FVntnres.' '. " The spectacular features of, the' first day succeeded ' everywhere, reports' to the treasury department Indicate, in arousing widespread enthusiasm.. To keep alive this enthusiasm and. swell Its volume till every person, who can buy a Liberty bond does buy one, la the work to which the volunteer army la 1111W devoting Its attention. Officials here were not inclined "to minimize the tremendous task, A vast amount of hard work must be done during the next twenty-three more working days by every person In the ranks of the great organization! An average of $126,000,000 a day in subscriptions for the entire period would bring the total only up to th minimum. What officials hope for Is to make every day a $200,000,000 day or on an eight-hour basis, $26,000,000 an hour. This would bring the total to within hailing distance of the $5, 000,000,000 to which the country Is expected to subscribe. With ten million subscribers as the goal, the average daily subscription list should show 400,000 names. Again, computed on an eight-hour working day basis, fifty thousand men and women would have to subscribe very hour to bring the total up to expectations. M'ADOO'S PLEA. TOLEDO, O.. Oct. 1. Speaking to several thousand citizens in Memorial hall here tonight In opening the Liberty loan campaign in this district. Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo ds clared that the failure of a single issue of government bonds would be worse for America than a disaster upon the Held of battle. i "We must never let that happen," he said. Asserting that "we must make th second Liberty loan a success," he said: "A few days ago I read th follow ing manifesto issued In Berlin by th league of German municipalities: . . " 'If money, talks, the president of the United States may learn by Oc tober 18, -when the subscription list close, that th echo of the new war fund given by the German people will have . drowned out . completely the clamor of unending protests which his reply to the pope has given stimulus. . .. . , . Meet Challenge. -. "Let us meet that challenge by a subscription to . our , second Liberty loan en th 27th" day of October, .nine days after the close.' of the German loan, which will make . clear to the America marshal not alone i hr. German military despotism - that brave soldier upon, th field, her In vincible navy upon th high seas, her breadth of this land, but as well her Industries throughout the length and financial resources, and that she I determined to use - them all without stint and regardless : ot - sacrifice to vindicate' - American : rights outraged too frequently by German infamies, . "Let us answer this challenge by making clear to the world 1 that the American people, with transcendent love of justice,' and of country, stand solidly behind their great president and support unequivocally , the pur poses of this war.",-. ' ' BRYAN BUT EIGHT. WASHINGTON, Oct. l.--WUllam J. Bryan today subscribed to eight $60 Liberty bond, one for each of his grandchildren. Mr. Bryan ymade a similar subscription to thefirst Lib erty loan. The treasury department Immediately allotted the bonds. . SWIFT BUYS BOJfDH. CHICAGO. Oct. 1. Swift and com pany headed the purchasers of Lib erty bond today In the first . day's drive wrth the purchase of $1,600,000. G, A. Buhl, vice president of the Schoenhof en Brewing company, an nounced the purchase of $260,000. Miss Ruth Law, avlatrlx, sent a spe cial delivery letter from Peoria with an order for $10,000 In bonds, and there wa a rush of smaller subscriptions that gave assurances that th second Issue of was bonds would have an even readier sale in the Chicago fed eral reserve district than the first. - STARTS WITH YTM. NEW YORK, Oct 1. With a vim that presaged a large overwuhwcrlp HEAVY OANNONAllE : IN TPRES SECTION People of England Demand Reprisals on Germans For Recent Air Raids. The almost complete silenc that tor . four day ha surrounded th opera tions of th British armies In Franc and Belgium continues. Aald from th announcements in th official re port and these are meagre to a d, gree nothing has been permitted to " pass through th censorship which 1 would Indicate what Field Marshal Haig has in Immediate view. . .' Along th coast In Belgium and around Ypres extremely heavy rolp- - rocal bombardment ar taking plao. Nothing I contained In either . the , British or German communications to . show that th troops of ithr sld have left thslr trench vn for forays. : -"'. ;,-"4 - r, Duel Near Verdun. Along both sides ot th Msus river In the Verdun sector th French and th Gsrman ar engaged in another . terrific duel, , Twice th .Germans launched infantry attacks In s.n effort to capture position, but en both oc casions they war stopped short by th French Ar. . ' " : , Whll In England the demands of th people for reprisal against th. . German for air attacks on open towns contlnu to grow in volume, the : Frenoh filar hav revenged them- -selves for a raid on Bar-Le-Duo by heavily bombing th German town of . Stuttgart from the air. In all a half -ton of explosive was dropped. Both the British and French filer are ' keeping up their excursion over Ger man position in Belgium and north-! era Franc blowing up railroad ta- ' tions and military work.'? Th Ger maq submarine base at Zeebrugge and the airdrome at St. Denls-'Westrem agwhv-hav come In for bombings. Dally mimernu fight In the str are . ;(tContlnued on, Page. Two.). IlL GEIiEP..! SAYS HIS COUNTHr.:Eri ARE I1 u 1 Makes Strong Protest and Accuses Exemption Beard of Illegal Practices. . ALLEGES FORCE. (Continued on Pag Two.) CANADIANS EAR THAT OESI PEACE Charge Tha German Of ficers Pat ill the Risk on Their Subldinates. CANADIAN Hf-DQTTARTERS IN FRANCE, Oct I. (By ; Canadian Press ) Reportefhat the rank and file of the enetmroopa have a great longing for pesx is confirmed - by vary prisoner cafired. On of their Chief grievance the failure of their higher Officer tltak risks. Even company camfenalera freely, deput to th undsr-onVts their duty whll In the trenches, s remain well back from the -front. This fcf so dlfffnt from the rela tion between Ol Officers and men that It la freely i pressed - on th minds of the Qerng on everv orm ion when there ifand-to-nand fight ing, in - which oil sincere invariably lead their men, vf le the German of ficer seldom do 1 They are not ac tuated by fear anlt must b assumed that they ar obi ng order in thus hanging back. Jry great losses of lub utrmwi v,"v-i v oiwl eariv in tt war, may have rfdi it necessarv tn conserve ineir i "-r. whatever is the. reason for tti failure to take rtok a great as lo, to which thpir no latter . are ADJUTANT GENERAL SENDS Units of New National - Guard to Be Formed at Chief Cities of State. RALEIGH, N. C. Oct t-Th orders sent out from the office of Adjutant General Lawrence W. Young thu afternoon, for the immediate or ganization of the units of new state militia, that are to e rormea in me chief praters of population, each to nave men' They ar cjJrLott" Wilmington, Wlnstnn-Salem.rham, A.hAvilla. Greensboro, Fayetteville. a soon as the officers erected arf reported to the adjutant general h. will issue, under orders from Gov ernor Blckett the commissions for thTm and set on foot the steps nece. ry for the procurement of equip- ?t scoVa. theVlnt. 'having unit, hf 100 men ar fully organised. Gen til Young g1i Pcl attention to orTsnlih hoe of seventy-nv and S!f men which will give good or yaonsn about .very quarter of fhT 1te " mar b some months h.?JV the entire state scheme for unlSP"senUn,r ,al 0OUBrtM- to com pieted. ' ' - - -'a . . , THE WEATHER. rndpVobsbly W.dnelr. ,, - SECRETARY BAKER WILL VISIT CHARLOTTE SOON Declares There Is No Seri ous Shortage of Rifles to Train Troops. WASHINGTON. Oct ? 1. Although Secretary of War Baker ha not de cided upon a definite schedule for hi visit to national guard camps and na tional army cantonment, h expects to go to Petersburg, Va,, and Char lotte, N. C., at an early date. He al ready has visited the guard camp at Mlneola, , reviewing the "rainbow di vision," and th national army can tonment at Annapolis Junction, Mary land. - " Mr. Baker reiterated ' today that there I no serious shortage of rifle for any of th troop. For the ex peditionary force ' in France, - five Bprmgneia ruie per man nave been provided and th ammunition store be ing assembled Is so great that the sec retary believe there is no ground for fear that interruption of the trans port Una for a Urn would create embarrassment With the output of r-chanrbered Enfield rifle Increasing - daily.- ' Mr. Baker aald th time la not far' dis tant whea all troop under training In this country will be equipped with modern rifles. Kach national army cantotnment hae been provided with S.608 Krag-Jorgnaen rifle from th military reserve stock, and while broom-stick drilling may contlnu for time, all men wilt be given rifle trainio- by passing Mound ths rifle A NEW YORK, Oct 1. Mor that! one hundred Mexicans have been illegally drafted for service in the, national army by boards In thi city and many subjects of Mexico are ; being secreted here to prevent their arrest by military authorities, ac- . cording to Juan T. Burns, . Mexican consul general, who tonight declared, ' he would "go to any extreme to pro tect the rights of Mexicans residing , here." - .i-;:: " Knowing his official status, mem : ber of a local draft board have certl- -fled for service Vice-Consul Jesus .. Martinez, the consul general stated., He aald he did not know what his country proposed doing - through, diplomatic channels in reference to : the Impression of Mexican subjects into service of the United States, but declared he felt obliged, to protest against "this arbitrary action com-' mltted tn a moat absurd way." Mr. Burn asserted that numbers of t Mexicans-have been sent ' to their ... native country because of th "perse cution of their' countrymen here in the administration of the draft law." ; . - "Mexican citizens have been forced v. into th army here without regard to their nationality," said Mi.. Burns. 4 "The men in charge of the local draft boards show such stupidity and such ignorance of the rights 01 men tnai. :, they can only be compared to the,, savage hordes of Villa, in our Internal ,. struggle, who acted without consider- . tlon either of human right or the-, legal rights of the citizen. , The climax of this abnormal situa- tlon la the lack of responsibility that , the boards assume wnen uiey com mit uch unjustifiable attempts. ' The , caa ha been . more astonisning oy their intention, against all respect for sovereignty Of the nations, to recruit even consular official wlth- fulr j knowledge of the latter' status. , THE ASBEVILIE CITIZEN Circulation Yesterday . .4.345 ;. 4.680 Gty 1 Suburban V Country ." ' Net paid Service , Unpaid ';; . 1.738 .10.763 187 - 259 Toul vv .1U09 .SI. ,: ' f If I ii si 1 J ' 5tl St. 1 i

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