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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

THE MORNINGS TniffS, tSATUEDAY, ATK1L 10, 1897. DEAN'S DflZW SGHEIS Planned to Work Washington, But Business Was Dull. HIS OFFICES ON'F STREET FJuc Xew Furniture anil Courteous AttendancetHittlie Victims Lured to the Luir "Were .Not Xuuiorons. "JixiMJse CamcToo Eurlj for n Ivjng OiuitKilgu. The great E. S. Dean confidence game has a Washington side. It is said tliat tomething like $15,000 was sent to its New York office from here by men and women eager to double their money in a hurry. That this victims of the dwindle were not many more is only owing to the fortuitous chance that other cities were worked first, and Washington only par ticipated in the very last act. The history of the Dean company in -"Washington commences three or lour months back, when the city was Hooded with the enticing circular literature tent out by the firm. Pamphlets telling fairy fetories about riches Ilka All Buba's to be had almost for the sayingof "open sesame" were sent to K street business men and de ...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

4 THE aiOKKlNGr TIMES, SATUTIDAT, APRIL 10, 1897, &hz issdl&a 5Etmc5 (MCXUCIXC. EVEKIJCQ AND SCXIJAV) BjTHEWASEINGTOK TIMES Co. HUTCHLNS BUILDING X01!3JIKAST COUNEll TENTH ASO D StS. iclcphouos Editorial Hooti's, 4SG Euslnes Oflioo. 1W0 inr rcru crFicn, iOOOtkact bdimiso Iiicc R o nine or Evening Lditioe, OnoCent Sin.day Edition .....Threo Cents .iucntlilj, by Carricis- Mornlrp md Sunday.. ..Thfriy-firo Cents Evening .. Thiuy Ccuts Eir.inganu Fifty Cents buiiday, ) 1Y JIAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday boo Homing and Sunday 350 Evcuuis and Sunday 350 WASHINGTON, SATURPA.Y. APRIL 10. Itcusous for Congrntulution. The New York Herald, wlilch perhaps Ss the strongest friend or Spain in the Western Hemisphere, ir we except the Diurlo de la Marina, puhlisliedin Havana, seriously accepts Mr. need's definition of his complete Mibjcction to tlio will of the House, and at tiie same time congratulates the country that theabsenceof oommittees, among other good things, wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

THE MOBlSTNGr TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1897. Fa33SaS3333a3St33l3a3EEEB SOCIETY GREETS SCIENCE W DI51MT GHUimES The Joint Committee Continues Its Examination Into Them. GHEST PRAISE ANDH Lansburgh & Bro. S NOVEL EASTER EGGS GIVEN AWAY !) Filled with delicious candy to culldroa life today. i Buv Your w ir tie Little Odes. TIio National Science Club Enter tained by 3Irs. Hearst, Child's Reefer, 51.48. rc i ; 13 VriBqi -5kr Made of all wool ladies' "g cloth, with q the new Em ed of tucks edged with Val. H lace, full "box plaited cape, large pompon or ribbon, extra wide strings. Order by mail if you live out of the city. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. LnCEE333333a3333S3B233aa333 c D O'CS 'B30' Is drawing crowds of careful buyers. Hollars are doiug doable laty. The entire stock must be sold out as fafct as possible earl' comers t-jcure larg est choice. Buy now ior Tature use it will pay you. Choice of 300 Ladles' Belts, black and colored, plain and f',uc-v 5c (Xo more than 5 to any one ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

THE MORNING TIM ES, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1807. 6 BROOKLYN 11TS DOYLE Pugnacious Oriole First Base man May Be Transferred. BERT MEYERS HAS SIGNED The Grounds "VVeic Too "Wet for u Game Ytertlny Between tile Senator. unci Athletics The Clubs "Will 31 ctTlsi Afternoon Sunr.sig Talks of His Team. New York, April 9. The Brooklyn lias a deal oa with Paltimore for the release of Jack Doyle, Hie champion's lively first baseman. Doyle is wanted to captain the Brooklyns. It ib understood Hanlon wants La Chance in change, but Byrne and A bell aie somewhat averse to letting then-, big hitter go. A bell fcaid today that baltitnore could well afford to let Doyle go, for then llaulou could play Joe Kelly at fir&l ba.e- He also said that with Doyle playing lir.st base with Brooklyn La. Chance could go behind ttie bat and tliet-e men could change place from time to time, theieby keeping Doyle in the gan.e all the time. If Hanlon would take Gri:n for Doyle, the deal would undoubtedly go through. B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

THE 310RtfrNG TIMES, STRTTDAY, APBIIi 10, 1897. P-CKY "WANTr AXD TO OA2f. FjANS MAD15 ON FIJitKITURK. houses, ktc "Loans made on Furniture. Pianos, Uorecs, fru irons, tic . at lowest rales aim quiuiwsu F possible lime. Strictly cunridentinL Please call before Encnrimr loans elsewhere. "WASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN CO., iu street nortnwest. LOANS negotiated on stocks, bonds, old line lire policies, bank and syndicate ccrtiricaUis, building and loan n&BOcia Hon Block, warehouse receipts, etc.: no delav Apply to YERK.ES & BAKER, Room 42, llio F st. my. tr money to Loan irom ss to 50, to reliann-parties. J. H BURNS, Koom 8 Central bldg. . 9th .and Pa. ave. ap4-7t AIONE- TO LOAN in large and .small sums, at 5 per cent; no delay. M. M. PARKER, 41S F St. nw. nia27-tf. MONEY TO LOAN at G and G per cent; ecuri real estate In District or ce lumbin; no delav beyond an inspection of property and examination of title. nAb TER U. ACKER, 70-1 1 401 St. uv. rnh2S-tf MOMSl AT FIVE FI3K CENT. To ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 10 April 1897

THE aiOENINGr TIMES, SATURDAY, APlttL 10, 1S97. GET IT TODAY, the new suit for your BOY. Easter is nearly here, and you know all the boys like to have new clothes for Easter. Short Pants Suits are here in good, honest fabrics as low as S2. 50, well made, perfect-fitting: garments, too. Others at $3.50 and $4.00, and our line at i!::;:;:::::::;;;:::;; The Busy Comer, 8th and Market Space. JOHNSTONS, 729 711 St. Today wc will give either a gold - bund Decorated Pitcher or a Decorated Baker free witlMjach pound of Java or Ioclia Coffee purchased. "ZOOL OUT FOR THE BIG TBLLOW SIGNS!" YOUR EASTER SUIT S.KANN.SONS&Gl? 5.00 -F0R- ' Is a larger and better variety than most stores can show In all grades combined finer ones are here at $6.50, $7.50, SS.50, $ 1 0, S 1 2, and S 1 5, and there are four strong char acteristics of every garment WE SELL. No matter what the price they are reliability of fabric and trimmings, correctness of styles excellence of workmanship and perfection of fit a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

The Circulation of THE TIMES Yesterday WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. 4 tine. For tlie District of Columbia, threaten ing and cloudy -weather, possibly showers by Sunday night; slightly -warmer; noith erly -winds, becoming easterly. WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MOBBING, APKIL 11, 1897-TWENTY PAGES. THKEB CENTS. IfO. 1,11 s. COPIES. N. April 1 was our First Anniversary in Washington Our && Fift3-first Anniversary in Baltimore. We take this occasion, to extend to you all friends and patrons our sincerest thanks for the cordial spirit with which 3rou have met our endeavors to merit jrour approbation. We thank you for the suc cess you have given us made ours known as the most popular Diamond, Watch and Jewelrj- house in Washington given us that position in one short year. And we're going- to show our appreciation in a substantial way we offer every honest man and woman the opportunity to possess Reputable, First-class Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. newest most charming effects, and pay for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MOBMSTfium-MES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 189T. 2 W' Now for tlie "Easter Parade." Next Sunday will be the day of all days in 'fashion's" ranks. Most everybody will appear in new spring finery baby brother sister mother father and all. You men folks will be smarter dressed than ever before and the cost will be considerably less. We hare gathered a stock that you men of fashion can fairy revel in and the prices will please you as much as the stock. The combined force of our ' 'manufacturing facilities" and ready cash has had its effect on "price" and the true meaning of "high-grade clothing at fair prices" is shown by the match less spring stock which we now submit for your criticism. Men's Suits. We are showing about 15 styles in our $7.50 grade of Men's Suits and if there ever was a chance to save, it's right in these $7.50 suits. They're not reduced from $10 but theyre nevsrtheless $10 suits. They're made of pure wool fabrics substan tially trimmed carefully cut and tailored and they'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

3 :::: IW! j? , . Easier .. . . taster ;;;;;;;:;;;;:; :;:: :: :: :::::::::: THE MORiNTSrG TIMES, SUNDJflg, APRIL 11, 189T ::;: ::.: 77f, JL-r W'0 it :::: Stoll's Great Annual Easter Sale of Shoes. We are ready with your Easter Footivear. Ready zvith the handsomest and best Shoes in Calf, Tan and Kid that we have ever displayed. We are moving constantly onward advancing, improving. And of course our prices arc by far the lowest 'in the city beyond competition. Come here for your Easter Shoes and save money. LADIES EASTER SHOES 97c LADIES' TAX BOOTS in Lace the new fashionable shades in clioco- late, tc This is an cxtraor dinarii price for ladies' hiqh shoes. Latest shapes only. EXTRA Q UALITY TAN LADIES' BOOTS very finely made, stitched, and finished fa'shlinx able cliocolalc shades and correct coin and opera toes. Wprft double. LADIES' BLACK BOOTS in fine ViclKid, a special bargain, indeed worth mudi more. Special Easter price. $1.47 'in fine 97c STOLL'S LADIES' TAN OXFORDS in new '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

4 THE MOENINQTIMES, SUNDAY, AP BIL 11, 1897. d:::::: :::: :::: :: :::: TO SPLIT PROFITS FOR A WEEK. fMl f Jfll wMftm m mr m I M m I i ) my Co Next Sundaj: will be Easter Sunday, and during-the six days of Easter weelr we pro pose to make; a special offer to our men friends to split the profits with them. on one of our best lines Beginning- Monday morning- we shall offer our entire line of $12 Spring Suits for These are Slyl sh Cutaway Sacks, ill fancy spring plaids and m'xtures. Also Blue aud Black Cheviots. Some of these $12 Suits are the other clothiers' S15 stj-les. Choice of them the coming week at $10.S0. Why pay S10 for regular $10 Suits, when we give you $12 Suits for eighty cents more? SENATORS STILL Willi Athletics Were Defeated by a - " Score of 10 to 5. FAST WORK IN THE FIFTH PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., CLOTHIERS, 315 Seventh St. :::' ; ::!!..' :::: :::: LAFAYETTE LOST THE GAME Georgetown Outbatted the Visitors Nearly Two to One. TVulsh'a Superb Pitching TwiUJ TYus Badly C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

'THE MORNINGr TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1897. k f m - M POSTPONEMENT. 0 N account of the the opening of the Eclipse Bicycle Court has been postponed until JVlon day, April 19th, when the ground will be in perfect condition. Elaborate preparations have been completed to make the Eclipse Bicycle. Court the best riding school of its kind in the South the ideal outdoor academy of bicy cling. The Eclipse Bicycle Court is located at lT5o Massachusetts avenue, next to the Force School. Further announcement of the opening will be made. Eclipse Bicycle Co., 14th and EVERY WEEK It is our purpose to offer to the cycle public some great bargain. Our sales in '97 are record brakers, and so we mean to keep them. For balance of this week we offer: ; T J t-J '96 Remember you are buying a superb wheel, every one in good condition and only slightly used. Is not this better than chances Jn a new wheel of unknown make and wretched quality? A. G. Spalding & 05VTV -.'Ai.-. 'tfc.'''-0 Are You Intereste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, STTKDA?, APEIL 11, 1897. 6 ttlCtf (MOUNINC. EVJflKO A ''C'DATJ By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS BUILDING XfOmUEAST C'OItKKK TEJiTM AND D SIS. Telephones-Editorial Kooais, 4S3 LusIiicm Oflicjs, 1C40 W YC1IK crFICE,-009TlUCT IJDILDIXO J lict J'o uinRor Kvculuc kdition. OncCciit Burday Edition TlircS Cents i-'cutlily, by Carrier Mornlrg rnd Sunday.. ..Thirtv-uvc Cents Evening Thirty Cents M online. ) Evening and V Fiftt Cests Sunday, J IY JUATL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday ..GOo liorniug and Sunday .......30o Evening and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, SUNDAY. APIUL 11. A Hough Outlodlr. between the "devil" of the trusts and the "deep sea"-ot foreign protest and in dignation, the Adminibtration is entitled to sympathy for Its unpleasant predica ment in connection with the Dingley bill. To begin with, it has become evident to the Kepublican experts of the Treasury Department that, like its antetype. the McKiulcy bill, the present measure Is "an act to reduce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

d'T no Suit or Serge or Cheviot. Innm N ( 70Ercen' Dloe tan Ey, black. $14, An tut or i-Jlcnoi.. in navy, crcen, Yn and black. Trimmings of moire 11 1l G11 noB"lt r mixtures am h,7$tans, browns, greens. Suit or mixtures and cheviots; G0KZAGAJS GREAT BAZAAR It Will Open in the College Ball Next Monday Week. PREPARING FOR THE EVENT Tlie Object of. tlie Undertaking Is to Liquidate the Debt ou thoJBalld ing Ladies of St. Aloyslus' 'Par ish Kxtreuiely Active List of the Committees uud Booths. In order toliquidate the debt stm resting on the beautiful new hall of Gonzaga Col lege, the ladies of St. Aloysius parish have undertaken to hold a fair upon a more elaborate scale than ever before. It will open onlionday, April 20, andnopainshave -been spared by those who have Taken the matter in charge to make it as attractive as possible to everybody- The beautiful new ball will will be handsomely decorated, and the tables and the booths artistically draped. The followlngjs a list of the coua zn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SUNDAY, AP1U E 11, 3897. 8 "I Lansburgh & Bro. HERE THEY ARE. The very newest made well fit veil and finished almost perfect. THIS UNDERSKIRT, 89c ell mwto m iliill Made of fine linen, full umbrella style, extra wide, with deep double flounce, finished with two rows of heading- gored at the top, on" French yoke, with draw string-. Length, 3S, 40 and 42- Special price, 89c. THE EASTER BUTTERFLIES They Will Soon Come Forth From Their Lenteii Chrysalis- The" allies Dinner Mis. Blount Given Private Tlieutrieuls at "Xlic OaW SocJu.1 .Cvents. THIS WRAPPER, $1.48. In anotlier week society will Have laid asiile the Lenten sackcloth and ashes and the debutante will come forth from her chrysalis, a raWaiic Easter butterfly in raiment of brilliant and gorgeous hues. WUh the blossoming of the peach trees and the mating of birds comes also the usual number of Easter wcddlugb. Among those for Easter week are the following: Miss Annie Cromwell and Ensign J. Hale Sypher, U S....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

.. " j t " rv- t'.' The labormgmen of the District ot all 'crafts and callings have inaugurated a movement looking to the organization into one body -wage earners of the city, which are at present not arwiated -with any labor org.anlzation. ) Tlie moement was started several months ago by the trades unionists of the city. All during the -winter mouths the members of the several trades unions liave been earnestly at -work among the non-organized -workmen and workiug women in tlie city and now feel that the 'time is ripe to make an efrort iu the direction of consolidating the followers or all crafts and callings who toll for their daily bread Into one great organization. The proposition, when first sugge ted, was Biibmitted to the two central "bodies, com posed solely 3f trade unionists and affili ated with the American Federation of Labor, was discussed and finally sanc tioned. Eacli of the bodies appointed committees, which have since worked har moniously together for the success of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MOltNING TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1897. 10 L- ' MUNYON'S HUMANE Hundreds of "Vonderfnl Cures Ef fected by- the Now Famous LIFE CHAMBER Catarrh and Asthma Immediately Relieved and Ultimntely Driven From the Sv.stpm. STATIC ELECTRIC 1ACIIEE. Hoot Marvelous of Modern Nervo Regenerators Curs Neurnlg;iu, Ulietmiatlsin, Paralysis, Stiff Joints, and All Nervous and Ikluseulur Diseases. BOOI TO BEAII WORKERS Gives Renewed Vitality to the Ex- hausted Nerves of Business and Professional aien. HUNDREDS OF CURES illany "Well-Known People Visited the 2Uunyoii Offices in Thirteenth Street Last "Week and Received Medical Advice and Attention, and NOT A CENT CHARGED MUNYON'S IMPROVED HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Are as Great an Improvement on the Regular School of Homeopathy as Homeopathy is on All Other Schools of Medieine-They com hliie the Best of All Systems A-t Instantly and Cure Proinptly iinil Permanently- A Separate Curt for Each Disease-Each Remedy Has Plain Directions for Home Treatment, So T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

THE MORNING: TIMEjS; gTINDAY, APEIL 11, 1897. 11 - 1TKTJ? WAyrED-MAU. WANTED -Salesman to meat anil grocery trade; mut have experience, acquaint ance and team or bicycle. Address in, Mi in nTfini. 1 WANTED-Young men to lcain the tarhcr - trade in 8 -weeks, at National Barber College, 315 Otli St.; full set 01 itolb li co, coufitant practice; position when through, circular free. apll-t WANTED A trimmer at 111 i st. nw., Kill Monday before 1 1 a. m. lt "WANTEDA reliable man to take charge of dining-room in boarding-house: hamiy at all kind of "work necessary about house. 11 Md. ave- lie. It WANTED -2 men to work on ladies coats. Call Sunday between 3 and 4, 1324 G bt. 1t WANTED First-class salesman Tor lubri cating oils, greases and specialties; salary or com Mission. EQUITABLE REFINING Co., Cleveland. Oliio. ap8-cod3t WANTED An experienced man cook at at once Apply 033 II bt. nw. Item WANTED An experienced news-paper man on ndverUi-ing and subbcriptionb; must come well recommended; ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

12 THE MORNINGrTOEES, ' SUNDAY, APJRIL 1897. CNPRING IS HERE, and you'll want your new outfit for next Sun ! j.. x . uu. -fv f vnn a ta surfi of beinsr correctly and stylishly clad at less cost than any one else could supply xrsi tVm RnWnenn Mr. horv liO. aDeib mean nuuuiouii quality always, and Robinson & Chery Co. prices LOWEST in America for goods of equal value. Hats. & Chery Co. which are the Clothing. Suits in all the popular weaves and newest patterns and colors. Cutaway and Prince Albert Frock in Worsted, Vicuna and Inauguration cloth. Sack Suits in a big variety of Tweeds, .Cassi meres and Homespuns. Newest shades of Plaids and Scotch Mixtures. Prices are $10, $12.50. $i5. S18, S20, $22.50 and S25. Many of the suits have an extra pair of bicycle trousers, thus practically making two suits for the price of one. Men's Top Coats, S7.50, $10, $12.50 and up to S25, tip-lop quality and tip-top styles, too, at all prices. Furnishings. All the newest and best fashions in fu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

He iiti WASHINGTON, SUFBAY MORNING, APRIL XI, 3897. mmr ; -Pases "QS to gffl K A ' 4 , Six Great Ing Days ...of... Wo expect to roaca this week the climax of our great Shoe retailing. We own enough new Springr Shoos to supply all Wash ington with Its Easter footwear. For beauty of stylos, for qual ity, and lowaoss of price, our Shoos have no competitors in this District. Corse and convince yourself. The earlier in the day and the earlier this week you call tho better for you. Here's a price list of a lew of our special Easter offerings, In comparison to prevailing: prices: Ladies' $4 Tan Boots wltli tun patent leatlicr tips and trimmings; hund-tewed and nobbiest "u7 ihocs. $3.00 Ladies' $3 Finest Oxfords .Most elegant brown or oiacK Kiu aiiu paieut leather ties niude at any price. Ladies' $2 Boots or genuine black or brown vici kid; look, tit, ami wear like 3 shoes. Ladies' $1.50 Oxfords made on shnpelv comfortable hii-ts, of good-won ring tan and black vici kid. $2 50 $1.50 Men's $...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 11 April 1897

14 THE MOKNINGf TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1897. Now It Is Picture Dressing A New and Novel Method of Robing Maid and Matron in Costumes That Are Really Unique. 8H! New York, April 10. A bright mind hab evolved a new idea, which promises to become very popular, and deservedly so It Is callea picture dressing, and is the re sult oC careful studies, made by modistes of portraits of women painted by famous artistb. There is no particular btyle that governs this newest method of selecting costumes, except the individuality or .the person who is to wear what is sought- The effect is invariably successful. A recent instance or this was the cae of u very graceful young woman, who wore a dress copied rroin one seen in a painting, by Sir Joshua Reynolds This dress was in veiled luce, and boasted or a train cleverly disposed like a regal mantle of red velvet, a deep Venetian loyal red, that matched the liquid light of rubies. One verv pleasant reatuie of this idea is that it enables the use of ...

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