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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MOJRNINGr TIMES,' STJ2ST DAT, APKIL 18, 1897. ? MANUFACTURERS' SURPLUS STOCK SALE. nrAHE. PALAIS EOTAL has achieved -another triumph, whereby manufacturers' X and importers' surplus stock will be distributed at less than late wholesale prices. Thank the cold spring, pity the overloaded producers, give some credit to the Palais Eoyal enterprise, and congratulate yourself. Since this is to be a sale of deeds and not words, let us at once inform you of the bargains resulting from the now completed negotiations, and remind you that the sale commences tomorrow at 8 am. promptly. The above Illustration Is or China Toilet Sets,, consisting of 9 pieces, decorated In 3 different colors. 51 .48 Instead or 52.25. Merchants will know that $1.48 Is less than late wholesale price. is 4& t l ""kV ill The Newest Hat. THE TOST said: "One of the newest fancies minillineryls this bonnctof the fllrectolre oitlor, with wide sof t sash ribbon tied at one car. These bonnets are becoming to everyon...

Publication Title: Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE HORNING TIMES,' SUNDAY, APRIL 18, 1897. Lansburgh & Bro. QUICK COMMUNICATION. "We only received these late yesterday, and here we are already heralding1 their virtues. These we consider the best Wrapper and Skirt items yet adver tised by us this season. THIS WRAPPER, 9Sc. Made of fine lawn, In navy blue and light ef fects, with fitted lining to the waist Trimmed with three rows of white braid, forming yoke back and front, full front from yoke, with wide girdle, neat turn over collar, the new style sleeve, extra wide skirt, 59 in. long, with deep hem. All sizes. Special price, 95c. THIS SKIRT, 89c. This elegant wash Skirt is made of fine quality gingham, cut full and wide, deep flounce, finished with a deeo heading, gored on a French yoke, with draw-string. Length, 3S, 40 and 42. Special price, 89c 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. CtSaSSSGS 555SS555 SSSSSSSSSSS s s 8 KNOW IT ? 1 Do you know that you are always perfectly -welcome to credit here? Do you know tliat our prices on Furni...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

-T7TTC MORmtfGr TIMES, SUNDAY, APBIL 18, 1897. ASTflfiT QFTKFBQSTIER To-m-tah and Yuc-pa-she and Their Soldier Instructor. A VICTIM OF imOTIIEKLYLOYE "When Pneumonia Had Taken the 31ttle lutlinn Maiden the Self Sacrifieing Brother Sent ULs li-jend to Bear Her Comiainy in the Huppy Hunting Grounds. 'Bccall had just sounded from the fort, the clear notes echoing through the-canyun where the- ortli-rork of the While River wmiud its i ay down toils junction with lue SwaSh-Fork, the fatigue-parties and the" qwrteniiasU-r Uetailt weie quitting work aud ieisuiely returning to their barracks. It was an ideal evening, such uu evening jik van be fenttti enly in Arizona, "Uie ttsy had lioen hot but not oppressive, the air w.med to caress you, thelenniou)r the atmosphere auade the far-off objects fctuud OBldeui-anddistinct,and the breeze brought with it a Uintand and om perfume gath ered fioin the flowers aud shrubs ou the it4!es surrounding Uncle Sam's nbt The ramfeon flag htmg lazily from the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

T" THE MOENIN& TOfESJ SUNDAY, APBIL 18, 3897. 10 ? I Gash and enterprise matchless values. Holding up here and tliere a "bargain article is one thing; keeping an entire stock on the highest level of quality and assortment and on the lowest level or prices, is another. The former is easily possible for any storekeeper with but half an idea of storekeep ing. The latter is the method of this store. Everything must be lower in price than that same article can be had elsewhere. You must have bigger values. , , .,, This firm buys for sis stores, and when the world s leading makers and importers hold out lots which they'll dispose of at a concession, the long arms of the store, with its unlimited capital, reach out to grasp them', and they're turned over to you at "bargain prices.' ' The privileges of credit are yours free. Follow the crowd to the millinery dep't. Crowds that are common to Christmas "3-inch moire and satin ribbon In all the new colois lor 7cyard, 3 1-2 Incli all-silk t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MORKIffQ TIMES-T SUN DAY, APRIL 18, 1897, XI mr 3 wNTJ-i'-Wnitcbay, ftilabonVstore. Apply 622 i5tnw; WANTED-An brfice boy; 52 Jjcr week; state whether you know anything about steuogiuphi ana typewriting. L- ,V' m,IS office. -Xl cni WANTED-Young mant o worVaX caseanrt press; must be experienced at lxU rcf cA-ucc wawwd: tU5 .SKF8 Hi-em Address WJJJL 1)-, tnisofnce. H--m AVi5cTb -YoimVmjm with 3 or 4 years' cxptM-ionce in the -drug business. B.C. L-, tliis officc. lt-cm WANTED Young nttntolertrn telegraphy; -duv r night school. OPERATOP. this jilfice. . .anl 4 "3 c W AXTED-Partner, with small capital! one willing to do clerical -work; lex. remmed ami given; no bioker. Address U. A. L.,-this office. npli-3t WANTED -Photographic printer- S. A. i'AV! K, cor. 15th and G sis. nw. apl 7-3 1 WANTED 2 solicitors to sell suburban iols; tiji money to hubtlcrs. 005 Gtli st, tiv. ai17-3t "tel1 iv 3,nti;t FKM AXIS VTA VTKD Girl to assist with housework. 4-1 3d St. SW. - ltj -WANTED At 122G 15th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

,.??-Ta'crMt''fr- P -- -WC' & - 12 THE MOBNESTG TIMES? SUNDAY, ATRIL 18, 1897 Youll Appreciate The style, quality and general excellence of our NEW stock of Men's and Boy's Wearing Apparel. This biff building is filled with the choicest and best products of the leading makers ot THE BEST SUITS, THE BEST TOP COATS, THE BEST HATS, THE BEST SHOES, THE BEST NECKWEAR, And all other furnishings for men and boys. Not a ffarraent, . -, -.... :i.:o -, if nr n nair of shoes but what IlUt U.U tlii.iL.iv; vx iu. ...."i,"t '-, , i NFAV- of THIS SEASON'S MAJSJS, ana to be THE BEST that an equal sum America. While the -ouiig- men are at time to select their spring outfit, antee you satisfaction. is GUARANTEED will buy anywhere in home from college is a good Let us supply it. We'll guar- obinson f2th and F Chery Co., treets N. W. Three Matrimonial Ventures That Did Not Result Happily. AN APPLICATION REFUSED Joseph 2d. mid Lotilsu Thompson, AJlccn uiid Jutnes Hrldger, Salllu , Baldwin Uoguc and ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

Stilus 1 mes M io m i PSMT TTASHIKGTO, SUNDAY MOKMNGr, APRIL 18, 1897. ., r E r We put on sale this week the following lines of Shoes that are specially designed for those afflicted with tender, aching feet. No need to pay fabulous prices to obtain comfort-no necessity to disfigure your feet with broad, unsightly shoes when you can buy Shoes that will fit your feet neatly and snugly, and will be as soft as silk from the start .50 a Pair. For Ladies' Shoes the equals of any former $4 Shoes. Every pair or tliesc lias featherweight, hand-sewed, turned soles; you am double them up like a cardboard, ami jet thev 11 outwear blioes of thrice their weight. 4 stlc-ol the finest black Vicl Kid Laced and Button 2 stUet, of uwn Vki "Kid Laced, 6 nobby stjle- or the finest brown, oxblood aud black Oxford Ties Cycle Footwear. fors are acknowledg-ed the most correct and best-looking; Bicycle Shoes in town. Ladies Cycle Boots. 16 inches high, nobby and durable $2, $2,50 and $3. Cycle Lejigins. All ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

14 the aiORyiye times, sin day, april is, is9T. I PRINCE GEORGE'S ROMANCE II x3r - ""? i ifflHMMHJv v IfeM - ; " W THE OMAN'- ...OF... mm At last tlio suspense Is over, and those who have heroically rd rained from dis playing tlielr finery during Lent may now don their laurel -wreaths which, of coarse, means their Easter bonnets and sally forth to reap the reward of absti nence in tlic admiring glances or the mul titude. Those who thought it was common to appear in new clothes on the same day that everybody else did, and came out in theirs last Sunday, arc secrcUy sorry for it and wish tliev had kept Uiem fresh. But the most melancholy folks are those -whose Easter finery was for one reason or another not forthcoming in time to wear. It is perhaps rubbing It In pretty hard t3 tell these people about the clothes that other folks are going to wear, but it will at least serve as a glittering exam ple, winch, fortunately, is not too late to follow. If we stay at home or go to a strange ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES. SUNDAY, APRIL X8, 1897. 15 rX I HUM'S DEFENSE Private Secretary Palmer Ana lyzes Some Criticisms. SHE IS A CHRISTIAN HYMNIST Ux-Quceu Xot a Descendant o Cnniii balte ami Did 2ot 3Icnn to Tell 3JiniMer "Willis That She :Muit Have the Head of Iler Hawaiian JiUemie. Her Washington L.lfe.- To the Editor of The Times: For jour columiib I wiote the only long niticle o;i the pergonal cliaracter or Liliuo knlnnl, of Hawaii, which ls been son thy ine to any paper .since the arrival of that lady In this countiy. It, therefore, pains me excessively to see in your editorials, repeatedly and, perhaps. Ignorantly used, the Avoids "cannibal dj nasty." If jou will tuin to the "History or the Hawaiian People," published by tlie rmaid or edu cation, wnttcn and approved by those in active sympathy with tbepresentllawaiiuti go eminent, jou will find in its index, page 3:$4, "Cannibalism Unknown. 31'." Tina is the onlj lefereiice tliervto in the volume, and the text says that evil was...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MOBTOH'G TIMES, SUNDAY,' APRIL 18, 1897. 16 0 rJ ill i I "ni1 naruer tndy, then lie need be no fhrP- Vv jrjk Prophet to predict great things for liim. ujTf ' ftulV fjf The stage is lamentably weak intending wS(i)m H 0 Olul k " m0n at l,rehL'nl- wltn 1Iery AUller and trAjni Vi v (!() Vj rv5e Wilton Xiackaye starring a nfl 'Maurice Bnr- fjffii jVJ osH ' Ti"m,rc"ir,ul(5cvlllt;tneI'il','tl)!!lcelsoi,;n. j7 f (ej- a, $5s Xelccy's day is over as a jetine premier. V V j " ss James H. Hackett and Charles Klchnmn fe G ? ' 8laiUl lu'tlie'rnce witn Ir Hartwig. In 5 o) $ I these three men seem to be oeutered fgi , " u,c hope of the next ten yeaTS for its best K i vj interpretation of the standard stock roles v n a S or the legitimate drama. Columbia "Walker "Whiteside m classic repertoire. lafayctte Cabtle Square Opera Com pany in "Gypsy l'.arou." (National Digby Bell In "A .Midnight Hell" 1111 Thui.any. "A liooJor -Doctor" balance of the week. .Academy Ned Harrigan in "Old Laven dci." -Gra...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MOTtHIKGc TIMES, SUKDAI, AERIIj 18, 1S9T. If JBRAWl flllllk flfiB I The woikingmen of the District are makiug airanguiticnts for a monument to be erected to the memoir of the late 32. J. Uoa, "who for many years -was a comnlrrsous figure In laLor elides in the aty The monument when completed. It In Naid, will he the first e-ver inised in Uiis count! y to pcipetuate the memory of a workman, simply because he was n workinr i Mr Rea -was a member or the Eccentric Association of Steam Enjrmpeis, which organization was connected with tin order of the Knights or Labor, aril affilin atcd with District Assembly, No. GG It was also represented in the local Federa tion of Labor, and to theM. bodies as much as ti his own organization the honor of erecting the monument will belong. The proportion of tlnr testifying their appreciation for the el forts of Mr. Re-i in behalf of the advancement of the Inter ests of the members of Iiih craft and the wane-earners of the Dlstiict In geneial, origi...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

THE MOimiNG TIMES, SDK DAY, APRIL 18, 1897. 18 ISilTQJJONMT Some Account of the Memorial Stones in the Interior. VERY MANY YEARS BUILDING The Contributions From the Various State of rt!c TTuioii anil From For eign Lands- Daily Scenes in and About the Great Shaft The Year ly Visitors. That massive yet symmetrical structure, renting itself proudly rrom the banks of the Potomac, seems like a giant crayon tracing the story of American geatness on the clouds above; whatever it may wiite there of mistake or wrong-doing will make but a blight shading for the puic gold let ters telling or our glorious acliicvementand hopeful struggle toward higher ideals, and of our reverence for the licroeb known and unknown, who have helped to bring ub nearer their realization. ItlsiioUhenmerelyUieconimemoratlonor a single individual, which gives the Washington Monument an interubt above all others, but the fact that it lias the nation's lire built up in its stones and the nation's soul permentingltsdizzy...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

19 THE kORNTETGr TIMES, SUTXDAX, APRIL 18, 1897. l Aaron in the By JOKL CIIATS-DLUK XI. THE PROBLEM THAT TIMOLEOX PRE SENTED. "When Mr. Abercrombie heard of the capers of the Blaok Stallion lie deter mined to place Lie horse in quarters that were more secure- Butwhere? There was but one bundling ou the place that could be regarded as perfectly secure the crib in the five-acre lot- This crib was built otlogs hewn square and mortised together at the ends. It had been built to hold corn and other grain, and logs were used inhtead of planks, because the nearest saw mill was tome distance away, and the 'ogs were cheaper and handier. Moreover, as they were hewn from the hearts of the pines they would last longer than sawn lumber. This building was, therefore, selected as the Black Stallion's stable, and it was made ready. A trough was fitted up and the edges trimmed with hoop Iron to pre vent the horse from gnawing it to pieces,. The floor was taken away and a new door made.a thick, heavy...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 18 April 1897

20 a. V- - 4v s i y yiti i , . i ill-. ffiw j ii, r i fvV.f ( Pi Literature. The literary event of any week which 1b so fortunate as to claim it is the publica Uou or a new work by Mark Twain, even when the new look is made up of old material. Last week a volume of easy essays were given forth in book form under the title, taken Jrom the first of them, "How to Tell a Story." Most of them will appeal as new material to the average readei , for they appeared tn various period ical and it is quite unlikely that any one lias read them all before. Maik Twain's idea of how to tell a story, a humoious story, not on paper, but colloquially, is by the observance of four points First, to string incongruities and absurdities together in a wandering and sometimes purposeless way, aud beem In nocently unaware that they are absurdities, lb the basis or the American art For he distinguishes the humorous story as origin ally aud distinctly American and not at all to be con founded with the comic bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

THE CIRCULATION OF THE SUNDAY TIMES WAS WEATHER PROBABILITIES. Wie; For the District or Columbia and Mary land, fair Monday, followed by threaten ing -weather Monday night; warmer; southwesterly winds. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MORNI.Q, ATOIL 19, 1897-JEIGrIET PAGES. ONE CENT. NO. 1,126. r Wkt COPIES. IZE OF Will It Is Seen All Aim tta Fron tier. THE TURKS CROSS THE LIEE Figirihig Begins at Sea as Well as on Land. BATTLE AT jIILOUNA PASS. The Tin;; of War Have BeenLoosert and the Thunder of the Camion Jh Hoard Through the Moiiutuin.S of Greece and Turkey The Or Ios.ing Forces Have Been Un paged in a Desperate Battle for Many Hour-, But It Is Difficult to Tell on What Side Present Advantage Lies The Creels -Navy AIM) Take s a Hand In the Conflict and a Turkish Fort Lies Silent Beneath the Guns of the Wni s.lrin Aktion. Athens, April IS The news of the vir tual declaration of wet by Turkey en Greece was received hefc with mingled feelingsof thankfulness and mistrust, thank fulness that the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

THE MOBSrnsra TIME?. MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1S97. 2 THERE Hill BE 10 HUGOS Leading Democrats Predict Fu ture Harmony in the House. PEACE FOLLOWS TOE FIGHT Judge Terry Suggests Two Addi tional Object X.eMm for the I5 Iablicuns How Mr. Heed May Accommodate the Piesidout TIi .Steering Committee. Before Uie meeuiigof the Rouse on Sat urday there v, do reports atiout the press tallcry that there would lie another caucus j. the Democrats upon the adjournment of the Bouse, if the result of the day w as the smite a that of the preoedmg-session, when the Deiuocrut failed to lime a division or a loll-call It was stated that the object ol the proposed caucus was to discuss the J)e Armond resolution and to have the caucus hay whether or not it meant active opposition bv nil means and in ullwajslo the Republican program. Last night there were a half dozen or more Members of the House at the Mctro ixjlitau Hotel. It was stated that there would now be no iibe foi a caucus or any other hiiggestiou or wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

THE MOKflUSTQ TlHES. MONDAY, APKJL 19, 1897, THE GIHL SERVICE LI Investigation of Its Workings by a Senate Committee. THE SENATORS NOT HOSTILE They May iteeomiiier.d Mtdiflm tions, Cliairimui l'rltelmrd Sny Bui "VVJ?.Ii to Lcuru the Truth About tlioSy.Meni First The Con uiisylon Ktivors the Investigation. It may foe stated on the authority of Senator I'ritchard, chairman of the Senate Civil Service Committee, and others of the committee, that the investigation of tlie workings of the civil service law now be ginning is not to foe made in any spirit or antagonism to civil service reform. That the investigation is really to occur, and that it will foe a. broad one, the fol lowing set of questions, to foe seufto heads of all the department, will show: "To what extcat have civil bervice rules foeen promulgated in your depart ment?" "To what extent, in your opinion, (should collectors of internal revenue and United States marshals foe included in the classi fied service?" "Should the exi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

TH.E MORNING TIMJ5S,, AlQJjT DAY, . APRIL 19, 1897. Qfimctf (.VOIISISG, EVEiCIIvG AM hUXBAV) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS IJUILDrNG ICOr.TIIEAST COKSEB TK2CTU AND I STS. 'J clcpboncs Editorial nooms, 4S3 lUislncss Oflice. 1W0 2cew tokk omen, -003 tract huildixo Price J o nliipor Lt cuing Ldltiois; One Cent SuuUaj Edition Uliioij Cents Monthly, Lj Carrier Morning end Sunday.. ..Thirtt-fiva Cents Evening Tltiuy Ccuts MoilllllfT. ) Et cniug and Firry Cents Juudny, l.X 3IAIL POSTAGE PKEPAID Morning, Evening anil Sunday 50c Homme and Sunday 35o Evening and Sunday 30o "WASHINGTON, .MONDAY, APIUL 19. The Graeec-TurlU.li Situation. Although win practically has broken out between Greece and Turkey, it does not ueccs.-arlv follow that it will be prose culed long, or that it will attain large proportions liefore soineUung Is done suc cessfully to stop it Tlfcre are unknown factois. at work that may swing the pendulum one -nay or nnother; hut what they .ire and how they will operate onl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

THE MOBKIjSTGr TIMES,; HfrETDAY, APBIL 19, J 897. Lansburgh & Bro. 4 1 Excellent Values m i 2 Reliable Goods j ? - Now needed in your J households. J PRINCESS FOULARD-Something: 0 entirely new; pretty designs, f 4 dark and medium colors, suita- 4 r We for Waists and Dresses. r For 8c yd, t SOFT FIKISH PERCALE Double J 1 fold, beautiful quality and fast $ colors. $ For I2lc yd- f 4 PERCALE EXPRESSLY FOR BOYS J 5 SHIRT WAISTS--In Anchors, Horseshoes,etc-,in light grounds; also navy blue and red grounds. t For 12-ic yd. 5 MADRAS FOR SHIRTS, BOYS' J SHIRTWAISTS, ETC.--25C qual- i ForlScyd. J 1 SWj!lffU J 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. j ;cii; i'sl?! .. ajJt,ajji Help yourself to anything in tins big stoic just tell tiiat you 11 pay the bill weekly oi mtnthly no notes no intciet' Our kind or ci cuit makes the buying easy. Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Sideboards, Chamber Suites, Parlor Suites, Mattings and EVERYTHING that helps to make the house comfortable Out price ai e lower than you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 19 April 1897

MOBN1NG Ti:M:E3, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1897. 1 THE LAST week we made a spe cial offering of $12 and $15 Spring Suits for $10.80 Going to con tinue the sale this week. You gentlemen who didn't get here then, will have a to do some money (J Ml chance saving. The suits are in Stylish Plaids and Fancy Mixtures, and Black audBlae Cheviots. Parker, Bridget & Co., Clothiers, 315 7tli St. SPALDING'S GREAT BICYGLE SALE TAXDEMS Xcw, date '97 3Ioilelb $68.25. iip-to- BlClrCLES lor men and women, new 1SOT Models; up-to-date, all the latest im provements, at S30.00. Come early. Take your Sale can't last long. pick A. G. SPALDING & BROS. 1013 Pennsylvania Av:n.i2. GSSQ S55 C5V3 55 S5SS3S CSSS 1,9 g 25c Bicycle Pumps 10c S g 25c Graphita 7c 8 ? 3 Bicycle Sundries At popular prices g a Li The J. & B. Flyer A first clns. vvhool fully T0 Cfl a Tl!?. $48.50 CUii.uiT.cei The i:XVOY q-Tr nn Peer of thorn all 40.UU The OLIVE- Ctnnnn With thepmless crank. 4IUU.UU Hcincmber jou can ordor jonr wheel...

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