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

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 1901. q rur oclie. Ml l 7 ij CTjL 4 if SENSATIONAL CLEARING SALE OF BSb S-SSHSS-^S I -; I > V-7'.*-- ..I;,:":--':" ;.:: : - Amazing reductions to clear the depart- a* - • values 325 to $37.5<X ToTclose out the Sill 1- I "V. .;. ,' \ .:A l\ _______ _ m!, nt £*» manufacturers' broken lines <^U A baturday... SP*-* & n&W out-Pri'nta, Percales, 4} r* _P_k4# '- JA_ CARNATIONS _ C/, SiA'Qft!?l^oollll^3o^ r/iPk © ■ * VXfttfV curl skins; satin or brocaded silk linings, high ~ : — — _ __• &OO R A for 850.00 and $05.00 HPf %£\ \\ ■ _ E3 storm collar, box front. •. , M -.*•*-. 0-- _*!_•"■ c ,. n FN ,- , . . V^O«OlF Man Tailored Suits. If^V^ j\| 9 © Our regular $75.00 Jacket; for Saturday OOAAA ITieil SJP U fill Sill 11 g5? : Deeper Cut 111 FHCeS QflK All for $700° and $85.00 PfM ft ■ ■ oul> •. SIOU«UU -^-^ „ , . ° -" —s-— ~ ===== — Man Tailored Suits. WMMf £ A 1«" 8~!^ $bs.oo • 331 c SSHSSS jo»rf 59c ■ &ssffi&ss sssmk $48.00 sssssag ■ ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

1 THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EDITOR THE J O I R X A L i* published every evening', except Sunday, at 47-4U Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. C. J. UiUson, Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—S6, 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OS Stock Exchange building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by mall. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three months 100 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, one year 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, SO to pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week 8 cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHAHGKS OF ADDRESS Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS Subs* .Tiber* will please notify I lie •Ace la every case that their paper is nut delivered...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 1901. Burning Scaly Complete External and Internal Treatment THE SET 51.25 Consisting of CUHCURA SOAP to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales, and soften the thick ened cuticle, CUTICURA OINTMENT to instantly allay itching, irritation, and inflammation, and soothe and heal, and CUTICURA RESOLVENT to cool and cleanse the blood, and expel humor germs. A SINGLE SET is Often sufficient to cure the most torturing, disfiguring skin, scalp, and Wood humors, rashes, itchings, and irritations, with loss of hair, when the best physicians, and all other remedies fail. WONDERFUL CURE OF PSORIASIS, AS a saff tret for thirty years from the worst form of Psori asis, finally cured by Cuticora Soap and Cuticura Ointment, I wish to tell you my experience, that others may benefit by it. I was so grievously afflicted that the matter that exuded from my pores after the scales had peeled off, would cause my underclothing to actually gum to my body. After remaining in one posi...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

6 YERXA It's worth a visit to this great grocery mart just to see how big- dollars are when translated into table supplies. a n ■ • "We have just pur- Corn Bargain! chased seven carloads win uaigaiiii of latest crop Sweet Corn of fine quality, some of 'it ; unlabeled. The unlabeled can is not so sightly but is first- C A class in quality, Our bargain price, per can .06 1-lb can French, red Kidney Beans can •• 4c Good new California Prunes, lb 4c Good Evaporated Peaches, lb 8c Pure Lard, lb .... B%c Best Bur bank Potatoes, bushel ....... 48c Full 60-lb bushel. Rutabagas, peek • 5u Preserved Strawberries, can ■ 9c Preserved Raspberries, can 8c li! lbs Sweet Potatoes for • 25c 2-lb package H.O. wheat for...**.. 9c To close out. California Figs, good, lb package .... Cc Excellent Pickles, bottle Ha The World's Best Coffees are here Fine Santos and Rio, lb 15c Robal. We j>ut this fine coffee against any, 35c coffee in town. Hoffman House Coffee, lb 80c Hard to beat at any price. Orang...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

FBIDAY EVENING. iFEBRUAEY 11,I 1, 1901. THE CITY TOWN TALK Judge Temple speaks to-night at the Social Science Olub, 34 Washington avenue S. Sub ject, '•Exchange." Are you going away? Barnum the Trunk Man has everything you need for your trip. See him. 41K Nlcollet. George Ellsworth Shenehon, aged 40 years, died suddenly in Chicago of pneumonia. The burial will be at Lakewood. Flowers for funerals aud all other pur poses shipped to all parts of the northwest. Mendenhall, florist, 37 Sixth street S. The funeral of the late Dr. O. N. Murdoek was held at 1 o'clock this afternoon from uit> Johnson & Landis undertaking rooms. Subscribe for all magazines, papers, etc., end get your binding done at the Century Xews Store, i Third «treet S, near Henne pln avenue. Tb? cases of Huber Stringfleld and George F. Keller, the two men charged with swin dling merchants on grocers' pass books have been continued until Feb. 18. Mrs. Caroline Dahji. mother of H. J. Dahn, aged 72, died yesterday m...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

B About Our Busy People WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHAT THEY SAY Here Is a paragraph of information ■which is worth the time of every man in Minneapolis to give careful attention. I have looked through the tailoring estab lishments of this city thoroughly and find that nowhere is there as much real cloth ing value given for the same amount of money as at the J. A. Rush Tailoring Company, of 304 First avenue South. I had a long talk wfth^ Mr. Rush and he explained to me that they endeavored to strike a happy medium between the de ceptive low prices and those which are exorbitant. In order to reaoh the figures at which some places offer suits you will find that the garments are sent to the sweat shops of Chicago for making, end are in no way superior to ready made clothing. At the J. A. Rush establish ment every stich oi work is set right on the premises, where wou are at liberty to look through the workrooms at any lime. "It is our business principle," said Mr. Rush, "to never let a cus...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBEUAEY 1, 1901. Northwestern Mines WISCONSIN COPPER Development Plans Imputed to the C. & H. Are Discredited. HEAVY EXPENDITURES UNLIKELY Oseeolu Amygdaloid Shaft* to Be in ; Commission Within a Vrar. Special to The Journal. Houghton, ' Mich.. Feb. I.—When the amygdaloid : shafts of the Calumet and Hecla were closed down several months ago, it was thought that it might be two years before they were ■ again | running with full forces, but recent developments indicate, their resumption at a much ear lier date. .The Calumet and Hecla has opened a monstrously large mine on the Osceola amygdaloid within the past three years, and work was discontinued because the mine was opened well ahead for heavy production while the machinery for the • shafts and the new mill was still lack ing, owing to delays of the makers. With in the past two weeks thirty to forty cars of new material have arrived, con taining structural steel and machinery for the mill and machinery for the ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

10 Women's Depts. on Second Floor. rat m B » m bP§ g| Li |wl| j| g| ma DRESSING WELL •■■^ on cl Limited Income. ••< _ ■ __a^ The problem for the wife—for she undoubtedly does most of the studying — is how to make the best appearance for the whole family with the amount that can be spent. - Probably the best suggestion that can be made is: Do as much buying as possible at the Ply mouth in February. If all could be done at this time, $300 would probably buy $50.0 worth of clothes — enabling the family to dress almost twice as well as is possible by buying each item just when needed. . v # An Overcoat, Suit or Jacket is usually bought for two or three seasons anyhow. Now, prices on splendidly-made sorts, are half or close to half their regular value. Underwear and other garments for women are much less expensive now than regularly. Clothes for girls and boys are away under price. So are Shoes. Later on, this store will be \as busy as it can be selling new goods at regular prices, an...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 1, 1901. Millinery Clearance Sale 42 TRIMMED HATS, 6f If A worth from $3,50 up to $6, lji- H "^ if f-3 will be put on sale Saturday, m—mm mf 1 until they are all sold, at ... H| V •;. ig. Here is | a chance for people with little money to get a good Trimmed Hat. We will also GIVE a child's felt Sailor Hat with every Trimmed Hat sold on Saturday out of this lot. IVI • Li Wei 11 Cl€©9 sis and 517 • *-• TT CIIICH^"S Nicollet Aye. UffOHINIE You Do Not Want to Miss It ! BOUTEX.L BROS., Ist Avenue and sth Street. Witt's Meat Market 411 Nfcollet. Tel. Main 1275; Miss. 86. Headquarters for Poultry, RIB BOILING BEEF. BUTTER DEPARTIIENT. larje shipment of fancy Tur keys from our country ship- R>" Boast Rolled 100 12 I*o Mb. Jar Fancy Creamery pers. Kib Roast Standing, best 150 <best) 91.20 Fancy large Turkeys Try our Steaks (none bet- 5-lb. Jar Separator Dairy 10c lie ter 12 ;c 160 (.best) $1.10 Fancy small Turkeys 12 , 0 CUTS All kinds of forelga and do . EXPOR...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

12 MUNYON'S GRIP CURE Druggists will tell you it is saving livii daily. Ask your druggist! He will tell you that hundreds of his customers have been cured by this wonderful remedy. Cures quickly, surely, permanently. It is not an experiment—lt is a CERTAINTY. MUNYON'S GRIP AND COLD CURBS are the necessity of the hour. Relief is instant! Nose, throat, head and lungs are cleared like magic! Pneumonia and diphtheria are prevented! Handy little, vials; fit the vest pocket. Only 25 cents, at any drug store. Don't be without them. If you have the Rheumatism, try Munyon's Rheumatism Cure. If you have Dyspepsia try his Dyspepsia Cure. If you have Kidney trouble, try his Kidney Cure. Munyon has a Bpeclnc remedy for most every disease. Most ly 25c. Munyon's Inhaler cures Catarrh, Grippe, Bronchitis, etc. At any drug store. Price $1.00. Write for free medical advice, if you are in doubt as to your disease. 26TH AND BROAD WAY. NEW YORK CITY. DRAWS THE FARMERS. Special to The Journal. Black Rive...

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

FRIDAY EVENING, FEBfeUAKY 1, 1901. Mclaughlin 9 South Fifth St. ANOTHER DROP With every pound of 25c OR 30c COFFEE II lbs 350 c 19 oahs m? Imm Sugar Corn VU If -OR— ISIS |i Sack best Flour Ml Sack best Flour , lb $1.90 Other Groceries equally cheap. gggTWith every 5 lbs. of XXXX : Coffee to one customer we give 5 lbs, Granulated Sugar Free This is the famous coffee the Minne= apolis Jobbers kept from the Re tail Grocer for 3 years by refusing to sell him Qro= ceries if he carried it in stock. When we started the grocery to sell XXXX Coffee to the people direct, the jobber saw his mistake, and now we have made the Ketail Grocers our friends, by making them independent of the jobbers, and soon XXXX Coffee will be again in all the stores for sale to you, and we shall quit keeping grocery. So buy while you can at No. 9 South Fifth St. W. F. McLaughlin & Co The Largest Roasters of Fine Coffee in the World- DEATH OF A TOYVX I npaid Bills for Watemorks All That's Left of Merrftt. Dului...

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

v WHEAT WAS DULL, BUT CLOSED 1-2 c HIGHER Early Session Marked by Weakness, as Nearly All the News Was Bearish. RECOVERY CAME NEAR THE END Minneapolis Stocks Will Show De ; create This Week—General Gossip of the Day. MlnneapolU Chamber of Commerce, Feb. 1. —A range of Vie marked the limits in wheat fluctuations over the early part of the ses sion. The market was dull. Opening V»c lower, at 75c, May sold to 74?sc, worked up to 75% c, fell back to 75c, and could not be moved from this narrow rut, or stirred into activity. The only surprising thing about it was that the market showed as much steadl- ness in the. face of a continued run of bear ish news. There was a trace of encourage ment in a firmer Antwerp market, but Liver pool was off &&d. Weather conditions showed nothing unfavorable. Receipts at northwest ern points were again larger than last year, at 331 cars, agaiast 311. Argentine shipments ■were 720,000 bu, against 168,000 lftst week, and 800,000 bu a year ago. Febru...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 1. 1901. ijfi VOf/ Ff'jQfi i~hf*TYl ■?' WSS^ Others do and will profit Journal Wants bring buyer and X^l/^iyu 1 %^d%JL LI It,lll • I^E 7 seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising . ■ ■ Accidental Shooting*. Special to The Journal. Osakis, Minn., Feb. I.—Andrew J. Wall, of this village, was trying to crowd a shell into a 22-callber revolver when it exploded, the ball passing through his right hand and grazing - his face.—Henry Roddis, of Leslie township, while splitting wood, was struck under the right eye by a steel wedge, which crushed the right cheek bone and made a painful wound.—Anton Aagenson, employed upon the farm of Louis Anderson in West union town, accidentally shot himself through the Instep of the left foot, making necessary the. removal of several pieces of bone. Greene's Hotel Horned. Special to The Journal. Greene, lowa. Feb. I.—The Depot Hotel was destroyed by flre yesterday, with a loss of J3.WU. The origin of the flre is un...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 1. 1901. /)O Vn// Vf^flft tllP'tTl ? Wfer 3 Others do and will profit. Journal Wants bring buyer and M^r\s j ksu m K,Cl\l LI 1 11 • IPPET seller together quicker than any other kind of advertising Accidental Shootings. Special to The Journal. Osakis, Minn., Feb. I.—Andrew J. Wall, of this village, was trying to: crowd a shell into a 22-callber revolver when it exploded, the ball passing through his right hand and grazing his - face.—Henry Roddis, of Leslie township;' while splitting wood, was struck under the right eye by a steel wedge, which crushed the right cheek bone and made a painful wound.— Aagenson, employed upon the farm of Louis Anderson in West Union town, accidentally shot himself through the instep of the left foot," making necessary the. removal of several pieces of bone. Greene's Hotel Burned. , Special to The Journal. Greene, lowa, Feb. I.—The Depot Hotel was destroyed by fire yesterday, with a loss of $3,000. The origin of the fire is un kno...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 1 February 1901

16 MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE HIS FATE PUT OFF The Champion of Vandiver Gets the Case Postponed. SEVERAL SENATORS ARE ABSENT The Vote on l'oitpoueiuent Does Not Show How All the Sen ator* Stand. The punishment of J. S. Vandiver for. the part he played In securing the pardon of Mollie Morris will not be determined until next Tuesday. Many of the sena - tors -were prepared to settle Vandiver's status as a senate clerk this ", morning, but there were not enough - senators 1 "lined up" for Vandiver's defense, so Senator Sheehan came to the rescue with a motion: to postpone consideration on Senator Miller's resolution dispensing ■with the services of Vandiver as clerk of the re-apportionment committee . .until next Tuesday. The senator explained that he did so at the request of several who could not be present to-day. Objection to a postponement was ■ made by. Senator Knatvold while Senator Daugherty could not see aiiy possible reason for haste. He failed to convince Senator Thomp son, howeve...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOTJRNAIii PRICE TWO CENTS. HEMEPIN UNDIVIDED This the Eeature of a New Plan. IT HAS STRONG BACKING Present Congressmen Said to Be Well Satisfied. ALL NINE DISTRICTS SAVE Held That All Would Certainly Re turn Republican!! tu No question ever submitted to legisla tors demands more careful and practical consideration than that which has to do with the reaoponionraent of election dis tricts, as redlvisions of territory from time to time become desirable. Inasmuch as a great majority of legislators cherish ambitions to succeed themselves, or have aspirations for the future, it is the most natural thing to desire an arrangement of counties that will make their chances for preferment bright. And so it often hap pens . that plans of reapportionment are the result of conference among the mem bers of a legislative body, rather than of the application of any strict rule looking to the exact justice of the situation. There has as yet been no session of the Joint committee on re...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

2 HOUSE PAYS ITS TRIBUTE Holds Exercises in Memory of Senator Davis. ELOQUENT EULOGIES Addresses by the Members of the Minnesota Delegation. TRIBUTES FROM OTHER STATES Senator Darin'Service* for the Coun try and His Character Are Cxtolled. • From The Journal Bureau, Room 45, Post Building, Washington. - "Washington, Feb. 2.—The house of rep resentatives to-day paid its tribute of re spect to the memory of Cushmau K. Davis. The exercises began at 3 o'clock with fif teen members prepared to speak, and it is likely they will laat until at least t>, which -would'give an average ot twelve minutes to each man. Mrs. Davis occupied a seat in the members' private gallery and wa» accompanied by several friends. The at tendance on the floor of the house was not large after the first hour. Mr. Fletcher of Minneapolis, as dean of the Minnesota delegation, was recognized fir?: and he wa3 followed by Mr. Dins more of Arkansas, after whom came James A. Tawney and then in the order named spe-eche...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2, 1901. PLACATE MR. HILL Indications of Concessions in the Ship Subsidy Bill. SHARE FOR PACIFIC VESSELS B Predicted That the Bill Will Pass the Senate Within Ten Oajw. ■ Hfmw York Sun Spmcl*l Sarvfco Washington, Feb. 2.—That the differ ences between the Great Northern rail road and the International Navigation company have not been harmonized was shown by a new print of the shipping bill which has just come out. There have been rumors that conces sions in the speed premiums would meet Mr. Hill's objections and cause him to pull off Senators Pettigrew, McOumber and others. But the committee amend ments recently made do not do this. They leave in force the rate of 2 cents per ton subsidy on ships between twenty and twenty-one knots, and 2 3-10 cents per ton on ships of twenty-one knots and over. These high-speed subsidies. Mr. t'ettigrew has declared, must come out of the bill, but they are still in. Mr. Prye says they will have to stay in or the bill will ...

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

4 CITY NEWS Flag* at Half-Maat—President Quin by of the board of education has ordered the •choolhou.e flags of the city lowered to half mast in honor of the memory of tie late QueVu Victoria. i:u«t Ilitfh School Hall Dedication— Th« hall of the East high school will be dedi cated March X, with a historical play entitled "The Red Hose," written by Day Oakes, one of the students.- It will bo given under the direction of Claytou Gilbert. New Mcollet Avenue BuilUt«K — A fcuildiug permit was issued yesterday for a three-story brick building, 62x100 feet, at 814-16 Xicollet avenue, to cost $13,000. The' frame building now on the lot is being torn down. George D. Diiyron is the builder. Sew Factory Inspector — Andrew Haugberg, the state factory inspector, suc ceeded Paul Waidt yesterday and opened bis office In Tvunple Court. Joe Ellis, who is serving as a deputy labor commissioner, will ■peud part of his time in Minneapolis, and make his hcauquurters iv the same office. January lie venue...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 2 February 1901

SATUEDAY EVENING, PEBRUAKY 2, 1901. MINNESOTA LOAN & TRUST 60. : HIXXEAifOLIIs; MIXX. Capital.... '.'-. . $500,000.00 ii Guaranty Fund; $100,000.00 . y[ Interest 2% &sk Allowed on *% I o« Deposits. &** "A Legal Depositor/ O> QL On for Court and W2^ ? e X h ttt . Trust Funds CcrUficata INVESTMENTS—ExceIIent First Mort gages and Municipal Bonds for sale. TRUSTS—- AH classes of Trusts care fully administered. : . . SAFETY. DEPOSIT VAULT*. Wn«n in Minneapolis Stop at the New Golden west Hotel Opposite Milwaukee Passenger Station Washington and Third Av«s. So. Especially desirable for families and traveling parties. American plan. $•_' to $2.50 per day; European plan, Me, 75c. $1 and $1.60, with choice restaurant at reasonable prices, special rates by week and month. The New 1903 Style Square QUAKER BATH CABINET guaranteed to be best Cabinet in the world. A two dollar book free with each. Send for booklet to A. G. Miller, 710 E. 16th St., Js2o"s^DlCAT£^^| j lenox I #isß!&a...

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