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minder against me
Teuton Allies Capture
3UniBlav i n Galicia.
Slavs Mass for Recapture
of Kolomea Extended
Battle Rages oil Prussia
Berlin War Office Reports Suc
cess In Driving: Enemy From
Positions Near Yprcs and
JScpulso of Counter Attacks
Along Entire Line.
A great artillery duet la developing
isast of Cernowltt, where the town of
Bojan Is reported nearly destroyed, by
hells, this' Indicates a Slav stand In
Eukowlna, desplto Austrian assertions
to tho contrary.
Capture of SUnlslau, an important
Strategic point In Oallcla, southeast ot
Lembcrg, Is announced by Vienna and
ndmjtted by Petrograd. Russians arc
retreating across the Dniester River,
the official report adds, but concen
tration of reserves, In enormous num
bers, to retake the railway Junction at
Kolomea la acknowledged.
Sbth Petrograd and Berlin agree
that a general battle lias developed
along tho entire Bast Prussia line of
260 miles. Pitched battles, In which tho
Slav War Office claims Initiating tho
aggressive, are raging at Przasnysz and
on tho Plock-Plonslc line, while accord
ing to tho same source tho German
advance on tho roads to Lomza has
been halted.. Ossowltz has not been
Invested, Petrograd adds.
Berlin relates advantage both In the
Ossowltz and Przasnysz Held. In Ga
Uda tho Slavs report repulse of a rcso
luto German .offensive at Zackllczyn,
southwest of Tarnow. j
Success ot the Gernpn troops oper
ating in the vicinity t Ypres Is an
nounced by tho Berlin War Office. Tho
Ailles were driven from their positions
east of Ypres. and although they made
several desperate attempts to regain
tho line of trenches, all of their attacks
were repulsed, says the report.
FOE FROM STAXISLAU POST
Russian Grip in Galicia Losscncd,
VIENNA, Feb.. 22.
The capture by Austro-German troops of
Stanislau, an Important town of Galicia,
75 miles' southeast of Lemberg, wa3 oln
clally Announced here today.
The Russians, defeated successively at
Delatyjv Jfadworna and Stantalaii, are re.
treating across the Dniester River, with
the Austro-German troops In pursuit.
Tho Russians have concentrated enor
mous niasses of reserves In an attempt tq
recapture Kolomea. which is an Impor
tant railway Junction on the long line
connecting Tarnow and Csernowltz. The
result of the battto there Is expected to
have an important bearing on the cam
paign in Galicia, particularly in view df
the Austro-German advantage gained by
the capture of Stanlslau.,
The mountain battle now raging in the
Carpathians is described here as tho
greatest In history. The Russians nra aw.
Playing tho greatest possible tenacity In
their efforts to gain victory, but thus far,
alt reports from German and Austrian
headquarters agree, the Czar's troops are
being slowly but steadily forced out of
BATTLES RAGE ON WHOLE
EAST PRUSSIAN FRONT
Russians Again Aggressive, Perograd
PETBOGrtAD, Feb. 22.
Battle Is raging at several points along
the extended Bast Prussia-North Poland
line, according to today's official com
aiunlque. Ossowjtz ia the objective of a resolute
drive of the Germans, but this has been
halted, a has been the'advanco along the
Toads io Xiomza.
Half-way between Ploek and Pionsk.
north of tho Vistula, in tho zono between
the German movement aga)nst Warsaw
and the Slav drive toward Thorn, tem
jiorarlly suspended, an engagement of
stubborn character is under way. Aus
trian uulta are. reinforcing the Germans
at piocls, where the fighting is bjtter. At
rrsasnysz, another bitter conflict is tak
The Germans have a large army near
Ossowltz, which, however, is not in
Vested er even bombarded. Tho other
(thief force In tha northeast has moved
en the road to the fortress of Lamza
arid Beries. Pitched battles-herf the
Russians generally being tha attacking
frtde have begun along the marshy flat
banks north of the Narew and B.br
JLes? la known of the battle area between
Eerpea and Pionsk, where very great
torcea are. now gathering.
RESERVES RUSHED TO YSER
AMSTERDAM. Feb. 22.-A11 railway
traffic in Belgium, except military trains
en which large forces of reserves are
being taken to the Yser front, has on
canceled, Five thousand wounded Ger
mans ara reported to have reached Roul
wm during the last three days. They
r being held there until reinforcements
have reached the lines which their loss
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Thtre is nothing ot Importance to
add io the communique Tt last night.
Between tho Argonne and the Meuse,
at the edge of the forest of Cheppy.
we captured a trench from the enemy
and enlarged our positions yesterday.
At Sparge wo gained soma ground
at one point and withdrew slightly at
Some infantry conflicts In which the
enemy I using three regiments are
continuing In this district.
In Alsace, on the two- banks of I.a
tfecht River, our advance guards
were dlven back Upon tho line of re
sistance, which wo have strongly oc
cupied. The enemy has attacked in
mass formation, which has caused
him heavy losses.
One of the enemy's trenches east of
Ypres was taken by Us yesterday.
The enemy's attempt to retake It
with a counter attack failed. Tho re
port from the German General Staff
on operations In the eastern theatre
of war says that In the operation ot
the Uobr and NnreW districts the Ger
mans have also captured a command
ing general, four other generals, ap
proximately 40,000 men and 73 cannon
and machine guns.
There Is comparative quiet In tho
Champagne. The number of prisoners
taken by us In fighting In this region
has reached 15 officers and more than
ICO0 men. The losses of the enemy
ate extraordinarily high. Tho enemy
attacked our position east of Verdun
In the night time. In tho Vosges
Mountains the villages of Holirod and
8lo8swelr w?re taken by un after a
rhort engagement Otherwise there is
nothing ot importance to report.
In the eastern thoatre the pursuit
of the Russians after the winter bat
tle In the Masurian Lakes district has
come to an end. During the clearing
out of the region northwest of Grodno
and also In the battles reported for
the last few days In the Uobr and
Narow districts we captured one com
manding general, four other generals,
approximately 10,000 men and 73 can
iioon and machine guns. The actual
number has not yet been ascertained.
We also" captured much other war
Tho total booty taken In the Ma
zurlan Lakes battle to date Includes
seven generals, more than 100,000 men,
more than 150 cannon and vast quan
tltes of other material of all descrip
tions. The amount of this Is not yet
estimated. This Includes machine
Flghtlpg on tho German front con
tinues In the vicinity of Ossowltz, on
the roads from Lonua to Jcdwabnow,
north ot ttadzllowa and half way be
tween I'lock and pionsk. In some
plaices tho engagements are of a very
stubborn nature. On the right bank
of the Vistula, on the roads to Flock,
Austrian elements have been discov
ered among the German troops.
Purlnjt the last two days we have
captured abqut 1000 Germans in Ga
licia. The enemy, on February 19-20,
after a preparatory bombardment of
great Intensity, took the offensive to
th north of Zakliczyn, but was re
pulsed after three attacks."
The situation In Poland and West
Galicia generally Is unchanged. Sat
urday It was calmer.
In the battles on tho Carpathian
front, from, Dukla Pass to Wyszkow,'
several Russian attacks again were
Topulsed with heavy losses to the
enemy, who lost 7D0 men' taken pris
oners. The operations south of the Dnies
ter River are progressing.
EVELYN STRUCK BY
Continued from rase One
not transgressed the American "death
zone" warning note.
The State Department today announced
that, pending a comprehensive report
from its diplomatic officers on the sinking
of the American steamer Evelyn, this
Government's rejoinders to the Kngllsh
and German notes on the flying of neutral
(lags and submarine warfare will be post
poned. The department has Instructed
American Consul Fee, at Bremen, by
cable to collect and forward all details
as to the manner of tho Evelyn's de
struction. Inasmuch as the captain and crew were
saved, the incident assumed far less Im
portance lit official minds than it other
Ambassadors Page ard Gerard have
been notified to extend to the craw every
needed aid and moreover to cable any
Information throwing light on the case.
The Germany Embassy today held the
vestal certainly was not destroyed wil
fully by Germans, inasmuch as she car
ried a pargo of cotton destined for Ger
many, which is suffering for that com
modity. BERLIN, Feb. 22.
Official announcement was mado at the
Admiralty today that all tho crew of tho
American steamer Evelyn, whloh was
sunk by a mine off Borkum Island In the
North Sea on Saturday, had been rescued.
The vessel had passed safily through
the war xone proclaimed by Germany on
ier way to Bremen when she hit the
mine, A great hbla was made In her star
board side, through which tho water
poured, and Captain Smith, seeing It
would be Impassible to beach her, ordered
his crew to the boats.
EVELYN IN PHILADELPHIA
SERVICE FOR MANY YEARS
In maritime circles the Kvelyn was
looked upon as a Philadelphia ship. Bha
ran between this port and Gulf porta for
many years in tho service of the Phila
delphia and Gulf Steamship Company,
which purchased the vessel from A. II.
Bull & Co., of New York.
Following the failure of the Philadelphia
and Gulf Company the receiver, S. V.
fVetherlll. Jr.. sold tha Evelyn and her
sister ship, tha Mae, to Andrew 2tc
Glpnls for Wl00- A lew weeks later
they were turned over to the Independent
Pier Company. O. G. Hempstead and
Sons Company purchased the Evelyn In
October, As this company wsa the local
representatives of the North arman
Ltoyd Steamship Company, it was
rumored that German money had paid
for the vesul and that she was to be
used to supply tho German cruisers In
South American waters.
"There does not appear to bs any ques
tion of international law Involved In the
sinking of the steamship Evelyn," John
Frderick Iewis, an international iaw
exprt. said today. "While she wag an
American ship, flying an American Hag,
thr was no active hostility against her.
The same fate that overtook her might
have occurred to a German warship. X
don't believe tha German nation can bo
called upon to reimburse her owners for
LATEST DANGE RECORDS
WILLIAM H. PERRY
EDWARD k HURLEY JOSEPH E. DAVIES WILLIAM J. HARRIS
BANKER'S "DON'TS" FOR
Jeremiah J. Sullivan, Head of 30 Corporations, Replies
to Advice Promulgated by Commoner at
Bryan's "Don'ts" for Bankers
73ou'( live beyond vour means.
Don't allow your heart to become
hardened because of the stem atti
tude which your profession demands
Don't become a miser.
Don't neglect the interests of vour
Don't avoid politics.
Don't let your vision become so
distorted that yau believe the com
munity is mado by and for the
banks, nor the banks by the com
munity. Six "Don'ts" for Secretary of State
Bryan were advocated today by Jere
miah J. Sullivan, president of tha Amer
ican Hallways Company, to nker and head
of 30 corporations. 'Tho "Don'ts" Inau
gurated by Mr. Sullivan ara an answer
to the "Don'ts" suggested for bankers by
Secretary Bryan nl a banquet of the
American Institute of Banking, held In
Washington Ust .Saturdny night.
For every "Don't" piescrlbed by Secre
tary Bryan, Itr. Sullivan smiled. Ho
carefully reviewed all the "Don'ts" urged
by the Commoner, as he sat In the par
lor ot his home, 1910 Walnut street. '
Seoretary Bryan's address before the
'Washington bankers mentioned seven
"Don'ts." Mr. Sullivan said that ha felt
six of his "Don'ts" were sufficient If they
were obeyed faithfully by Secretary
"What's the uso of becoming agitated
AGGRESSIVE NAVAL POLICY
HINTED AT BY ASQUITH
Prlmo Minister Intimates Embargo
May Be Laid on Foodstuffs.
LONDON'. Feb. 22.-Kresh hints that the
British Government is about to strike a
nighty blow at Germany in retaliation
for Von Tlrpltz'a new (submarine war
fare were dropped in the House of Com
mons this afternoqn by Premier As
qulth, The Prima minister made his remarks
shortly after the unconfirmed report was
brought here from Paris that Austria
has followed Germany's course and has
launched an attack upon merchantmen
traversing the Adriatic. Iteplylng to a
question from Lord Heresford, file Pre
"The Government Is not yet prepared
to make a statement of what measures
wU bo taken as reprisals against the
German policy of destroying British and
neutral merchantmen without warning or
without attempting to save civilian mem,
bsrs of their crews."
Itelteratlon by the Premlor of tho state
ment that the Government la about to
Initiate u new campaign revived Inter
eat In Just what course England is to
pursue. It was Intimated that not only
will an embargo be laid against food
stuffs consigned to Germany, but that an
aggreislve naval policy designed to wipe
the German fleet from the -tin Is about
to be launohed.
Austria to Sink Foe's Merchantmen
PAIUS. Feb. .-The Austrian Ad
mlralty has ordered the Austrian fleet to
sink every enemy merchant vessel in the
Adriatic, according to a Osneva dispatch
to a, newspafer here today.
Is Your Skin Rough?
XUtr, chDsltt wber vlj
h?oe with .ares aad hands. I'ro-
tt jour!f by uUiia
a dtatr tsUci mccttnurr
MX!, a daiatr it
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Bankers' "Don't" for Bryan
Don't parade around in fife and
drum Jashlon playing to the nai
leries. Don't display lour Itand in petty.
Don't save all your earnings de
rived from Chautauqua speeches.
Bpend soma of tho money helping
your fellow man.
Don't discuss a subject of which
you know nothing
Don't maintain a conceited dispo
sition. Don't pose as an "advice broker."
over the 'Don'ts' mentioned by Secretary
Bryan," said .Mr. Sullivan, after he had
asked tho reporter to read over tho sot
of 'Don'ts' to him again.
"Everybody theso days Is offorlng ad
vice, and everybody seems to be n sort of
an nrivlco broker. Here wo have Secre
tary tlrynit endeavoring to educate the
banker of the iirsent ase, His ndvlc-e, or
'Don'ts' I pliauld have snld, no doubt
worn npplfiiKltil by the Washington
bankers. That Ju natural, Speeches of
men whose names are always In the
headlines are applauded when they ap
pear at banquets as speakers. That Is a
matter of courtesy."
"Will I carry out tho 'Don'ts' suggested
by Secretary Bryan?
"I don't know what to say. I .prefer
not answering that question, bocause I
feel that probably a few moro "Don'ts
will corao from Secretary Bryan."
BERLIN ANNOUNCES CAPTDRE
OF GREAT RUSSIAN FORCE
Seven of Czar's Genorals and, 100,000
Men Enroute to Prisons.
BKBI.IN. Feb. 22.Beven ifusslan gen
erals and 109,000 men are now en route
to German prison camps as von Hlnden
burg's armies continue their successful
sweep against the Czar's forces, it was
officially announced here this afternoon.
Hundreds of prisoners are arriving dally
at East Fruselan frontier towns, swell
ing the total of prisoners. The Germans
have captured 1(0 cannon In addition to
immense quantities of ammunition and
other war materia). Etch new dispatch
from the eastern battla front emphasizes
anew the extent if tho. German victory,
the' report adds.
It was officially admitted this afternoon
that the pursuit dr the nutana who re
tired from the Jlasurian Lakes region
ha ended. A gap of several miles now
separates the fleeing forces of the ensmy
and their pursuers. The Russians are
intrenching and preparing to resist fur
ther German advances into Poland. .
Around AUguatow a new battle Is de
veloping. Russian forces are being con-
centrated in front ot the fortress
anticipation or uerman assaults.
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CLAMOR FOR WAR
FLAG FIRED UPON
Pro - neutrality Meetings
Mobbed in Turin and Mi
lan Austria Is Chief
dbject of Demonstrative
HOME, Fob. 22.
Blots occurred in ninny cities through
out Italy today in connection with dem
'onstratlons in favor of Italy going to war
on the sldo ot the Allies. Dispatches ro
eelved today from Milan, Turin and a
number of other cities, especially .In tho
northern part of tho kingdom, stato that
hostile demonstrations were directed
against Austria and that in soma places
troops wcro necessary to restore order.
K(ght socialists wero wounded In n
fight which occurred In this city when
tho "neutral" branch of tho Socialist par
ty had a meeting to urgo the Govern
ment to maintain Its neutrality and refuse
to Join tho war. Just as SIgnor llatn, a
member of tho Chamber of Deputies, was
about to address tho meeting pro-war
socialists broko Into tho hall and a riot
Troopa are stationed all over the city.
Political newspapers aro becoming more
bitter in their attack.
TU1U, Italy, Feb. 22,-Thc fishing boat
Gesu arrived yesterday from Antlvarl,
Montenegro, and tho members of her crew
said that the Gesu and the fishing boat
Saturno, while flying Italian flags, had
been fired upon by two Austrian torpedo
boats. This report has caused great popular
excitement In Tlomc.
Members ot the crew of the Gesu said
that the vessel "was anchored near Antl
varl, with tho Satut-io, when trie Aus
trian torpodoboats approached. Tho cap
tains of tho fishing vessels ordered their
crows to land and at the same tlmt,
hoisted Italian flags.
The Austrlans, according to this report,
fired on tho crews and then on the ves
sels, whtlo Austrian aeroplanes dropped
No one on either vessel was Injured, but
tho Saturno was damaged so badly that
she was unable to sail home,
nOJIE. Fob. 23.
An Austrian flag was burned at Venice
last night by a mob that made a dem
onstration In favor of Italian Interven
tion In the war, according to a press dis
patch received here today. It stated that
tho Austrian flag was burned In the Ven
According to the samo dispatch, tho
Italian Consul nt Trieste was attacked
by n belligerent on Saturday, hut that
the official's assailant was xet free by
the Austrian police after he had brf-n
FRENCH RUSH TROOPS
TO AID RIGHT WING
General JofTro Sends Reserves to
Meet German Attack.
PARIS, Febi a.
Confident that tho German attacks In
Champagne, tn tho Argonno and In the
Alsne Valley have been effectively
checked, General Joffre Is now sending
large, forces to the front on iho Allies'
right wing, where tho Germans are pre
paring for another great onslaught. The
reserves recently mustered Into tho active
army form the greater part of these rein
forcements, but veteran troops have aisU
been sent from the valley of the Alsne.
Tho Germans succeeded In building Boma
bridges over the Lille Cartai and are shell
ing the Allies'- positions preparatory to a
general advanco near Warpcton.
An attack Is expected all along the front
from the seacoast to the Olse Illver, and
as a result all railway traffic on the rail
road Jlnes between Paris, Boulogne and
Dunkirk has been suspended, tho trains
being given up to the military establish
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ATTACKS ON BRIM
SHIPS CAUSE PANIC
Sinking of Freighter
Downshire in' Irish Sea
Shows Germans Mean to
Bring About Complete
Tie-up in War Zone.
LONDON, Feb. 22.
Beset by land and by sea with German
aircraft ahd submarines, (hi British ISles
today nro moro Isolated than they Jiavo
ever been before. Tha latest German
air exptolt, tho dropping of bombs on Es
sex, at a point within 40 miles ot Lon
don, last night, has been followed by the
report that British warships on patrol
duty in the North Sea had seen tilgnfti
lights flashed from Zeppelins.
The activities of tho German subma
rines have struck panic to tho heart ot
British shipping. The sinking of tho
small Irish coasting steamer DownsVilre
shows that the Germans are Under, or
ders to destroy alt British merchant
Bhtps, Irrespective of size. The Down
shire, which was sunk in tho Irish Sea
by the U-12, was n small freighter ot no
Tho warship patrols In the Irish Sea
and in the wosterri part of tho Kngllsh
Channel linvo been strengthened and the
utmost? vigilance Is being exercised.
Search for submarines Is even being?
made out In the Atlantic, off tho west
coast of Ireland.
In tho Important harbors, such as Folk
stono, Dover, Liverpool nnd New Castle,
artillery Is being kopt ready for action on
h moment's notice as It Is feared that
tho German submarines may try to enter
tho ports and torpedo Ships at anchor.
Army transports, plying between tho
British and French coasts, are more
strongly guarded than over before. The
passenger ateamors nro almost ompty .as
no ono goes upon a sea trip1 these days
tlnloss thcro Is Imperative reason for it.
AMERICAN STEAMSniP RACES
INTO PORT WITH LIGHTS OUT
Philadelphia Reaches Liverpool With
out Encountering Submarines.
LONDON. Feb. 22.
Several sensational incidents, but noth
ing disastrous, marked the trip of the
American liner Philadelphia across the
Irish Sea yesterday, according to hor
pnsBengcrsi who reached -London from
Liverpool this afternoon.
They say tho Philadelphia, with her
lights out and her engines at highest
speed, raced Into tho Mersey.
'Tho Philadelphia received warning by
wireless that German submarines were
nearby. She communicated this news to
the British steamship Cambank Just be
fore that vessel was torpedoed on Satur
Some Americans on board the Philadel
phia were indignant that she had not
flown tho American flag every minute of
ALLIES' WARSHIPS BADLY
DAMAGED, TURKS REPORT
Flagship Crippled by Fire of Darda
CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. 22.
Three British nnd French warships
were ballly damaged by the .return fir
of the Dardanelles forts In the bombard
ment of last I-'dday, It was announced at
tho Turkish Ministry of Marino today.
Tho HaeBh)p of the attacking fleet, n
British battleship, was so seriously crip
pled that It had to be towed from tha
jsccno of nctlon by destroyers, according
to an omciai statement issued here.
GERMANS REPORT S'UCCESS
AGAINST ALLIES AT YPRES
Berlin War Office Tells of Trenches
Captured and Attacks Repulsed.
BEftLlN, Feb. 22,-German attacks
upon tho Allies' troops In the vicinity
of Yprcs aro being maintained and are
resulting successfully. It Ib announced
at tho War Ofllce today that the German
troops had captured a trench on Sunday
east of Ypres and that all the enemy's
counter-attacks In nn attempt to recup
ture this position had failed. I
SWISS RIDDLE AEROPLANE
lIKrJNK, Switzerland. Feb. 22. An aero
plane, said to bo of German nationality,
was shot down by Swiss gunners near
Bonfal on Sunday. Tho machine, which
was struck by nine bullets, landed at
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-....." ' "ijipeiiiis usea this tlmH
It Is believed that tho chief oejt 0f t?4l
fl gilt was to determlnameterolojlcalcptl
The populace of .all of the towni'lS
mnlllnl ralm. nihil. I-. r.i.u.L.. """Bl
cession df half-grown girls and bowl
paraded the Btreets slnrlnv "ti,. ni:?fy
Ar rnnl- rn.... A "- ).. -"."MU
-.. VU.V...B, .ujr i.o, inty AT9, ITltvl
seemed much disappointed that no it&Si
....w ,... ... u.. uv4.n.4.llvit;.
SUBMARINE SINKS BRITISH. 1
STEAMSHIP IN IRISH SEJ
Gormahs Give Crew Five MinuUsHH
Leave Uownshiro and Torpedo HeF
LONDON, Feb. 2f. Tho small IriS
coasting steamship Downshire was eimi?
luni iiiHiii uy u. uennan BUDtnarlne art
Calf of Man, an Island In tho Irish 8H,'
The Germans gave the Downsblre's crew
nvo minutes in which to leave the shW
Tho crew landed last night at Dundrum)
County Down. .a
It Is now believed that the BrlllS
this Tyne, on Monday, has been destroyed
m urn vFCiiiMvi.fi. out jius not, pen ncaia
ui auii;u biiu icit nun.
SIXOIIIiE BATTLE ON
IN VOSGES MOUOTAlMl
French and Germans Struggle CT
Uapturo Heights Along Fecht RlviM
A severe engagement has developed?!
..wi.v u. juini,. ill wiif vvqsns iuqmi'J
tains; where the French and Germans a
locked In a grnt'.'le for the dosss!m
of strategic heights along the FM
River. Both sides are claiming sUCctW
In that vicinity., TJid struggle emim
ov.er a aix-muo front between th paif3
-uuuitviliuiu Uliu VUlIIlUf. JU IIIQ !lll(!Cmilffl
vicinity of Sulzcrn, Ilohrodberg, HchredJ
and Weler-Im-Thal. ffl
ojcayiiH niurinn 01 wino, rain ano iBQwA
tho French fought their way to the crjjtj
of several hills held by the Germans ind-i
routed tho Kaiser's forces front thcly
iit;uuiica ui iiiu puiiii, 01 111 payonct
The Germans, after being driven fros
their high position, retreated toward tif
cast, but afterward delivered counter at
tacks acaln.st the Freiich. The Frcnci
claim tliCHe attacks were repulsed' ihil
Germans claim they were successu.
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