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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

ft ' The Plymouth Clothing House. Knox WB tiil^^i?^^f^^^M^^^^Tg^iM^^^HM^Ppl Hanan Hats. [ |f| bUH ■ ffl|| I Lft \?Jl J8 11 fi Sh°eS: Correct Dress from He*d to Foot for Everybody. | FURS Stored and Injured against all lon U URj OlOred by Fire. Moth. Theft, etc. ■*" Lowest rates and highest responsibility. [i .. -' , . ,_ • ' . t Have your Fur and Woolen Garments placed in our Storage Vaults, in the constant care of expert furriers, and you need give them no further thought until you axe ready to wear them next Fall or Winter. I Fur Garments repaired, re-dyed and reshaped. ,• We do this better and cheaper now than after the Fall rush begins. ' Goods left with us on storage can be repaired in our Fur Factory on the premises dur ing the Spring and Summer months at lowest Summer rates, and need not be paid for until taken out in the Fall. The largest Fine Fur Factory in the West. • . • . ' 1 \SI Matchless \Slrray of A Women's and Misses' SUITS , Our stock sparkles with new and beautiful...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY L I^ol. I Health by exercise is one of the sanest of [gf\ 'I^\ lihi 'V' w modern fads. It is really a recognition of. one »| I - 1 I -^ ffUlfo 0 of the necessary laws of health from which .|p I ,: I -jdfP^vSsl M£%ssss2&* r i we, in modern life, are always prone to drift B§|\ I ■§^fm^nm3^f yfflßfflmP^SmS away. When each man provided for his own 111 V ? .yllii^^^Bfewßa^|^^H^^^^^ individual needs, he had to till the ground, to -/ awl bP^B hunt, to earn his bread literally by the sweat 0(al\ v f JMJgrrJH JJJmhH^' I of his brow, and all this exercise made for ie'^| Ipo^^. M health. Now-a-days, when there is specializa- Knw'^Wwß tion of labor, it falls to the lot of many a man and woman to mSP^^msSm/fm^'^^^*^^ work in store or office and to take no exercise save what can w B^^ I be taken between the store and the dwelling or on Sundays %? |ra' H and rare holidays. For this reason there is sound sense in T^^^^aßKßHaW 0 the attempt to supply artificially the exerc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

12 WHEAT WAS STRONG ON GOOD BUYING OF MAY July Turned Active and Sold Up to 75 3-Bc, Helped Along by Short Covering. DELIVERIES WERE VERY LIGHT Good V; Clearances—The, Wanhlnßton v Weekly: Bulletin Say* Crop/" 1 ■. Outlook Is Splendid. * '- Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. May 1. —The wheat market gained a cent ie the first hour's business this morning and did it on firm cables and with no other especial news of a nature to bring on a upturn, but rather on a good demand for the wheat. As coon as the market opened there was buying of May. The local cash market was quiet, but from other market 3 reports came of a good cash demand. Elevators were said to be buying May in Chicago. The good de mand started up the May option and on this the July shorts began to cover, running that option up to 753 B e. May sold to 74% c, gain- Ing a little on July and narrowing the differ ence by a fraction. Deliveries here were very light and not much over 75,000 bushels. This was surprising, even to tho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 1, 1901. PAINTS. ARE MADE OF PURE LINSEED OIL AND ARE READY MIXED. THEY CONTAIN NO BENZINE AND WILL NOT EVAPORATE FROM THE CAN. . THEY WILL STAND I SUN WITHOUT FAD ING, WEAR BETTER, LAST LONGER AND COVER MORE SPACE MANUFACTURED BY THE LARGEST PAINT MANUFAC TURERS IN THE WORLD. Sold In Minneapolis by Hundeby & Sou, :.'4O 20tU AT.; W. 1., Gardner, 6E. Lake St.; The Lane Co.. 609 Ce ntral At., and A. S. Written, 1527 K. Lake St.. where they can be seen in ail colors and latest styles. l»o liotfl tail to use Masury's Paints when you 11 paint. II MINNEAPOLIS GIRL'S WORK >li*» I'ultiier, a Stanley Hull Girl Among India's Outcuats. Miss Palmer, a Stanley Hall instructor, vho left Minneapolis three or four years ago, is closely connected with the work in India which Colonel Henry Steel 01 --cott. president of the Theosophical society, founded. Miss Palmer was a remarkable student while in this country and is said to have worn out the teachers who were engaged i...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

14 Kerrs m y/jv* \j,- HSF KB BB SB SB SB Bm^^ JKjt^wSb Millinery. Without an equal in either style or value. We'll prove this statement true if you will only give us an opportunity. Our goods make our prices look small. ÜBjim|bß| SSSST" Thursday and Friday. 200 Handsome Hats, every one nicely trimmed A^l J^^% and entirely new; some in this lot worth up S|^ a lrj29 to &4.50. Choice %^mmmm^^^tw It's just like finding so much money to get £jfl& £& d^l Mm these elegant $t>.oo and $7.00 hats on Thurs- 9|fil[-^3 day and Friday for *X ■■■■■w Some very swell May novelties in Trimmed Hats, the latest produc tions; these are made and trimmed by our best milliners, and for work, material and style we know they cannot be equalled; an inspection of these will surely convince you that for such dgfc Jf2^ ■# &*& goods the price is very low indeed. For Thurs- «s*^ — jTb HJ day and Friday ...'.. *r m A few Pattern Hats sent us very recently by a New York importer; prices to dis...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 1, 190 20 FOR SALE MISCLEANEOUS Continued. FOR SALE—BOSTON BARYTONE HORN. Call, at 22.12th_st S. , ' __. GRAN ED SUGAR, 18 LBS $1; CREAM of wheat, 12 1 cents per package; best Minne sota flour, &7 cents a sack; we sell everything in the grocery lite on a very small margin. It will pay you to call and see us if you live in,the city, and if you live out of the city, Bend us a postal card, and we will'mall you prices. T. M. Roberts' Supply House, Min neapolis, Mian. . ." -. ' ■- '. MATTRESSES MADE OVER; HAIR OR moss, $1.50; others $1; mattresses and furni ture for sale. Rainville Bros., manufactur ers. 17 Nicollet island. Both phones. KOR SALE—A SNAP; FURNITURE OF 10 --roomed , house, full of roomers, central loca tion, rent very cheap. T 979, Journal. _ SPECIAL BARGAINS: $60 LATEST OAK j Singer sewing machine, $17; While, $12; \Vhi^e,_ss;_Domestic^ $5. Elmer, 720 Ist ay S. ■ SNAP— MUST SELL AT ONCE, HAVE NO i room, four wall cases, two showcases. Win. Weisma...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 May 1901

>- 16 v- - BASEBALL SUBLIME STICK WORK The Feature of the Millers' Victory Yesterday. THREE TRIPLES; FOUR DOUBLES Then There "Were Thirteen Singles Beaidea—"Awthuh" Herman's Downfall. What the millers can do •when they get started was shown at Omaha yesterday afternoon when Beall's men made the cornhuskers ao tired chasing long hits that they will not be fit to play In the championship games next Friday. Klei now, the new catcher, played at Bhort stop and Pitcher Ferguson was at first, but any arrangement of the millers would have served for they were out to win. Their stick work was sublime and com pletely disheartened the Omaha tribes men who were on the slab. One of the cornhuskers was Herman, big* "Awthuh" Herman, who wouldn't play ball in Minneapolis because a re porter characterized his work as listless. He had reason to be listless when the visitors had finished dissecting him yes terday. A daring youth named Coons followed Artie and his temerity may cost him his job. for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIIh" PRICE TWO CENTS. AT THE SCHOOL FOR NEGROES President Visits the Southern University. TALKS TO THE STUDENTS The Reception Is Attended by Fully 5,000 Colored People. CALLS ON THE SUPREME COURT Building I* in the Cabildo Where the Louisiana Territory Was Transferred. New Orleans, May 2.—President McKin ley, accompanied by Governor Heard and Mayor Capdeville and escorted by a mount ed detachment of police and the Louisiana cavalry troop, left the St. Charles hotel at 9:20 o'clock for the Southern university, a colored institution. He was enthusias tically received by the faculty and the students. As the president entered the grounds of the university he was welcomed with "Hall to the Chief." sung by a chorus of 1,000 school children and accompanied by the students' orchestra. Brief addresses were made by George Alexis and Ernestine M. Theophile. pupils, and the president said In reply: I am glad to know that all over the south, where most of you dwell, the sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

2 ping. Mrs. Bigford lives at 26» Ninth ave nue S. TJ»e children were glad to go with their father. Mrs. Bigford saw them squeezed into the buggy, brlndle pup and all..and saw the buggy move away. That was the last seen of them. The Children Described. Mra. Frank Bigford, 259 Ninth avenue S, givee the following description of the three Rosenfleld children that were taken from her house a week ago last Wednes day by Rosenfleld: The 9-year-old boy, Joe, had on a black suit of clothes, black felt hat, brown flannel shirt and black shoes and stock ings. He was of light complexion, light hair and blue eyes. One eye was de stroyed by measles some years ago. The 4-year-old boy had whfte curly hair, blue eyes, short and thick set, wore stripe* pants, black coat, black shoes and stockings, a "stocking" cap, and had on a long overcoat. The little girl wore a colored print dress, with a red ribbon round the waist, black tan shoes and stockings. Her hair was cut short on her head. The youngest ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

TTTTTttRTYAV Wf^XCk IVTAY^2 190$; One Touch of Spring CREATES A DESIRE FOR NEW CARPETS, and Carpets that are new in every sense of the term are bought to best advantage at this concern, which devotes its entire time, talent and energies.to supplying the wants of housefurnishings. The people like to go where variety is greatest, quality best, styles the newest and price lowest; that's BOUTELL BROS., THE BUSY STORE. ■ .lMIli Morris Chair j*i <wy |m» —A uD6 Dressers * B3DV v3DS Friday we will place on salt- some beautiful solid mahogany, blrdseye maple and curly . . , , Sg^ btrcli Dressers, with the t/hiffonieres and A new lot 01 mt *&&&^ Toilet Tables to match. These goods must the Hey wood JwMffittf&P®ss& be seen to be appreciated. or *i£J&33SEaM mSS& Bicycle Bargains SeFrfday 11 /^T* In this department you win find the Colum- «2O rsE^P\#^Q^4//I \V bias at $75, $60, $50 and $40. Hart- "'_ C^v7**ifisCT^ V) Aj^ fords at $30 and $35. Pennants. $25. $25. XU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

$ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, -J. & MeLAIN, MANAGER. . i EDITOR.; T H £1 JOl R N A L ia published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Miuneupulla, Minn. C. J. Biliaon, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3O7, ?Jj& Stock Ex change building. SlBSCKIl'ilO* I'EH.HS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mail. ■One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 1.00 Ods, copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4-00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents tHA.>Ut> OK ADUKLSS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give thair former as well as present address. • tOMIMtiJ All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received lor discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMI'LA).\'IS Subscribers will pleaae notify the off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING,. MAY 2, 1901. DAINTY SHIRT WAISTS We are pleased to announce the opening of our entire line of Shirt Waists —a mag nificent showing of every thing that is correct for this season's wear — DAINTY LAWN WAISTS, LINEN WAISTS, BATISTE WAISTS, SWISS WAISTS, GINOHAM WAISTS, CHAMBRAY WAISTS, WASH SILK WAISTS We have an immense assort ment and unusually good val ues — exclusive patterns, at prices ranging from $1.25 to $10.00. The dainty patterns are picked up quickly and we advjse an early look. Fred. D. Young & Co. siuf 5 *13 Nicollet Aye. Waists Syndicate Block. "Sorosls" AvlAHilP as well as Shoes > UXIOIUS in style Per v/mivi wj feet in fit Every pair has hand tucked tops so as not to gape from ankle, as most Ox fords do. Ask to see our new Oxfords with L. V. heel, also broad toe hand turn SHOE. W. B. DICKERSON, 515 NlCtllCt. FURS STORED AMD INSURED Against fire,. moth and theft. Nominal Cost. ._ Repairing DB2Mf*F& at Special rnß**Bl& G a H. LUBSDIN &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

6 CITY NEWS Animal* Moved—AH the ,' animals .: in the park board zoo have been re-moved to their summer ; quarters at Mlnnehab* except the monkeys, the alligators and the 1 sea lion. It was thought best to keep ■_ them in their comfortable winter Quarters until about May 15. . . . Goodfellow Buys Timber — R. S. Goodfellow, the dry goods merchant of thi3 city, has bought 22,000 acres of pine lands near the source of the Rouge river in Ore gon, and also a tract iv Washington. The land will be held for an increase iv value. Afraid of Contagion— Citizens living near the city hospital object to having the contagious ward iv their vicinity. A peti tion was yesterday presented to the mayor asking for a change of pians. It is under stood that in case the petition is not heeded an injunction will be asked. I'rima Facie Evidence — Ex-Captain 'Walton, of the South Side police station, de nies the report which has appeared in the St. Paul papers that he has forgotten the English language and ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. MAY % 1901. YERXA. Coffee Not everywhere is the Coffee weighed out to you fresh, crisp, warm from the roaster. Not elsewhere (in the world) is such fragrant, rich, smooth Java and Mo cha flavored coffee as "Hoffman House" Sold at 30c a pound—not if you pay 45c per pound for it. If, upon trial. Hoffman House doesn't Justify the broad claim, we hand you back your money. Hoffman House Coffee, lb 30c Robal Coffee 22c Golden Rio and Santos .. ........ 15c Garden Vegetables Only freshest and best. The town's low est. Fresh Fruits Of «every reasonable • kind; prices more than satisfactory to the consumer. Havana Cigars The deservedly popular Kirkland. A large quantity to be sold (while they last), $1.80 for box of 50;. 6 for 25c. Good Rice %* 3Jc Pearl Tapiosa SSL*..-..- ..'..* 4c Lamp Chimneys Each 4i rubbing Brashes &&•• Home Bakery The very best Pies and Cakes that can be produced. _ Excellent Bread, loaf 3c Salmon Steak 15c Halibut, Ste4k i................. .....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

H ivith poor- Try a JFlorsheim / All Patent X.id BlucKer Oxford ■ and <wear the best and most stylisK low cut shoe made. Sold Stanley 412 Ni coll el cdvenue TREATED Ffl fIHO UtJISEiI -ie%- >*S : 31,000.00 Tiie Ul<;7 HH^F Medical jSgwt&SsSr Institute -win pay the D^/M^obr 7 above sum to any one who • Doctor v. 11l disprove its claim •.hat Farnsworlh. it U totiay the large.--: awl best equipped Medical "Institute for the treatment of men : jiouk advertising Institutes in Minneapolis. I-Vb. 19. ''.in. tHßces: 47-49 Washington Ay. S.", riinneapelU. Minn. Only curable cases promised to cure. Fair D:a!lng, faith ful an 4 conscientious .service and moderate charges; have secured it a large* patroness. til>'>»»(it! at young, i!;iu"Jie-aRoU, and WitaSnSSi , j( raen ; chronic troubles. Nervous Debility, ail disorders of a private and delicate unture properly treated. Qj.mid'j . Live*. Bowel. Kidney and "3lC'n -""'i Urinary troubles. Catarrh of the Stomach. Dyspepsia. Consti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1901* B SEND NO MONEY of Minne apolis. .. Return this ad, and we will •end you the steel range you may select k^ by freight CO.D., subject to examina- W lion, you can examine it at your I freight depot, and if you find It per ■> fecuy satisfactory, exactly as repre ■ sented, the most wonderful value you I: ever saw or heard of, equal to ranges 1 that sell at double the money, pay the railroad agent our special price and freight charms. : If the range is not e.ntlrel> satisfac tory, If you do not consider It one of the handsomest. «**• JP*"* ranges made at the price, you need not ac ceptlt, and it will be returned to us at our own expense of freight charges both ways. - ~ OUR FREE EXAMINATION OFFER V«£SS who has an idea of buying a big steel range to be con > .need of the money we can save them on these our Keel ranges, we make this liberal free examination offer. ABOUT THE FREIGHT 3££ss?£\£F3Si greater op lesser distances In proportion. The freight ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

10 WHEAT HELD FIRM AND WAS HIGHER ALL DAY Not Much in the News to Change I Sentiment, and Nothing of a Bull Nature. GOOD WEATHER AND CROP NEWS Cable* Were Tame—fault and Export Demand Less Active—Gen eral \ewi. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May 2.. —There was very little change in the general wheat situation over eight, and the news this morning brought nothing important enough to effect trading sentiment. July opened un changed from yesterday's closing^ figure at 74% c. The course of the market was upward at first and a firm feeling ruled, net so much on any large volume of buying orders as on a scarcity of offerings. July sold to 75\*®75%c. The fact that corn was on the boom, and May was up over 5c in Chicago, selling to 55c. was somewhat stimulating to wheat. Reports from the winter wheat were very favorable. The Price Current said about the same thing as last week, that the wheat crop maintains good promise and is practic ally unchanged in its general conditionl from a month ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. MAY 2, 1901. WANT ADS ON PAGES 11,12. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Helen V. Deming to Charles H. Dike and wife, lot 2, block 4, Menage's sup plementary $550 Laura E. Steadman and husband to Sophia" M. Clare, lot 5, block 2, "su"8" --division of lota, Ferrenfs first addi tion 275 Samuel M. Davis and wife to Maria A. Davis, 10t.27, block 6, Kenwood.. 2,000 James Curtln and wife to William Cur tin, lot I. block 2, Belle Plain addi tion 1,600 Agatha Johnson and husband to John S. Mack, lot 6, block 13. Wyoming park 250 Elias L. Anderson to Charles L. Lar penteur, lot 9, block 3, King's addi tion 1,5u0 Jane A. Taft to Julian L. Murray, east half lot S, block 7, Menage's ad dition 350 Ella M. Bollard and husband to Han nah and Ole Nelsou, lot 12, block 7, Northtown addition 650 Mary A. Townsend to Albert C. Oathaut, north half lot is, block -, Eastman & Seeoinbe's addition 1,650 Frank W. Lauderdale and wife to Thomas Dufrene and wife, lots 9 and 10, block 2. Helmicks additi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 May 1901

B2\ • " WANT ADS ON PAGES 11,12. 39 MEDICAL ' Continued. CANCER CURED Without the knife or loss of blood. Forty . years' experience; satisfaction guaranteed. Writs for book of testimonials or call on Dr. "Wheeler, Globe building. Minneapolis. 1100 REWARD FOR ANY CASE OP LOST manhood or weakness In men that I cannot cure. Call or write. Prof. T. B. Quinn, 622 West Superior Bt. Duluth. Minn. 40 rug MFG.CARPET CLEANING FINE RUGS MADE FROM OLD CARPETS. We pay the in freight to out-of-town orders; carpet cleaning, making over, laying; best work, lowest rates. NATIONAL CARPET AXD HUG CLEANINQ»CO.. George D. Walk e| prop., Nlcollet Island. Both phones. 5 . ruga, from old carpets, are second to none but orientals; quality of work brings more. Economy Rug Co.. 105 Cth et S. Tel. 3217 L-l. 41JiINNET0NKAJP]^PERT^ RENT OR SALE—Two cottages, Big Island; 2, Birch Bluff. Campbell. Pilisbury bunding. TO RENT—LARGE NUMBER LAKE COT - tages at prices ranging from $50 to $500, for rent by Jaeger & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 3 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL PRICE TWO CENTS. FLORIDA'S METROPOLIS ILL ABLAZE Business Blocks and Over ioo Houses Destroyed in Jacksonville, Fla. Wind Is Blowing a Gale and the Flames Have Got Beyond Control. People Are Tearing Down Houses in Trying to Stop the Blaze. Jacksonville, Fla., May 3.—Several blocks in the business part of town have been destroyed by a fire, which has been raging for two hours. The flames have spread to the residence portion of the city. Over 100 houses are believed to have been burned, and people are tearing down buildings, wherever possible, to prevent the spread of the flames. All neighboring towns have been -wired to send help. The wind is blowing almost a gale and at 3 o'clock the fire was beyond control. The flames already cover an area of nearly eleven blocks. 3:15 p. m.—The fire is rapidly eating its way toward the heart of the down-town business district. The Windsor hotel, one of the largest in the city, is in imminent danger. Among the manufacturing ...

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