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Negligee With Round Yoke.
Tasteful negligees aro among tho do
nlrablo things of llfo of which no
womnn ovor yet l.ad too many. This
one Ih graceful, becoming and slmplo,
withal, and can bo niado from a va
riety of materials. Tho round yoko
extended well over tho shoulders,
gives tho broad lino of fashion and
the pointed slooves tako tho long lines
mid folds that always aro desirable.
Tho model Is made of whlto batiste,
with tho yoko of all-over Valenciennes
loco banded with narrow folds of tho
material and tho sleeves edged with
ilaco liiBortlon, but tho design will bo
found admlrablo for soft silks nnd
wool fabrics as woll as for washable
Tho ncgllgco 1b made with full fronts
and back, that aro Joined to tho yoke,
and wldo, full slcovcs. As Illustrated
It Is closed by means of ties of rib
bon but buttons and buttonholes can
ibo substituted If preferred.
Tho quantity of matorlal required
for tho modlum slzo Is 4 yards 27
Inches wide, 3 yardB 32 Inches wide
or 2 yards 44 Inchos wldo, with
yard of all-ovor and 2V4 yards of In
sertion to mako as Illustrated.
I Showing the Coming Mode.
Ono now gown In ndvanco of tho
season .deserves mention, slnco it rep
resents tho coming inodo In dross
toilets. Intended for a blondo young
woman, it Is of tho loveliest Hhado of
roso pink silk of a weavo cIoroI.v re
,Rombllng Loufutono. Tho skirt is danc
'iug length and is mado on a founda
tion of whlto taffeta. Tho ruflles,
which aro deep, aro shirred on in
Ifancy design, making scallops and
small rosotto offects. Thoro nro two
'of theso rufllos, which run Into a
straight panol in front. Tho bodice
'lias a yoko of croam, snowdrop-pattern
laco and a deep fall of tho samo over
tho shirred front of tho bust nnd ovor
tho shoulders; tho slcoves nro elbow
in length and consist of an upper
Blcovo in thrco dcop scallops of silk,
Bhlrrcd on tho odges nnd bordered
with laco, under which Is a full puffed
sloovo of roso pink chiffon with a laco
fall, Tho high glrdlo Is of silk and
loco with Jet nallheads set in tho cen
ter of each of tho six small rosettes
which form tho front as woll as tho
back docorntlon. About tho bottom of
tho short bodlco Is a dcop flounco of
lace, which falls ovor tho hips and
forms n rufllo. Tho stock and tho front
of tho yoko t?how a narrow traco of
gold and black, which, togethor with
tho Jot nallheads, gives tho requisite
touch of black which is almost indis
pensable If tho costumo Is to have tho
Coarso moshes rule in voils.
Shirred "nun's tucks" mako an ef
fective and stylish garniture.
Flno tucks In body depth aro a fca
turo of tho gowns of littlo girls.
All sorts of rosettes aro mado of
handsomo doublc-faco ribbons.
Ribbon bows and sashes add a pret
ty touch to most thin gowns.
Qulmpes will play an Important part
in tho small girl's wardrobe.
Ghlffon scarfs, two yards and a half
In longth. will float from 'somo fall
Full, fluffy modes aro moro becom
ing to tho tall, slender girl of awk
A scalloped lower outline marks
many stylish collars and deep berthas
on glrla' bodices.
Embroidery on Gowns.
GlimpscB of a fow now gowns and
blouses indlcato that hand embroidery
will bo lavishly usod. Persian effects
in embroidered bands or bold designs
form tho nowest garnitures. Well
gownod womon aro wearing long-skirt-od
or basque coats, tightly fitting, and
buttoned down tho front Most of
those have tho regulation coat sleovo.
Others have leg-o'-mutton sleeves,
with gauntlet cuffs. Whero sleeves
arc largo tho fullness is generally
above tho elbow. To bo worn with
thoso long coats, tailors aro making
strikingly smart littlo Louis XV
vests. Theso aro mado of tho ham'
some vcstlngs which como for men's
waistcoats,- Lace and tucked net y-jsts
aie worn with dressy broadcloth
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gowns, whoro narrow bands of fur
aro used as a bodlco and skirt trim
mlng. Somo of tho short walking
suits are also fur-trimmed.
Lovely Drawing-Room Gown.
A lovely gown worn In a fashion
able drawing-room tho other day was
of black not. It was trimmed with a
very heavy lace applique. This trim
ming extended around tho foot of tho
gown and up tho front. Tho lining
of tho dress was of black Hatln.
Kut tho distinguishing feature lay In
Its note of blue. For tho gown, which
was of heavy black net, lustrous and
trimmed with much gorgcousness, was
belted around tho waist with a wldo
blue sash. This, which was banded
around tho waist to form a glrdlo, was
tied on tho back In a heavy knot,
whllo tho ends hung dawn to tho foot
of tho skirt They wero wldo sash
ends, too, and made a beautiful note
of color upon tho sildrt.
This fancy for wearing a bluo sash
with a black gown Is quite a growing
one nnd Is to bo observed frequently.
Again, a wldo rod satin ribbon sash Is
tied around tho waist of an all-black
gown. So that tho noto of color is
Velvet Hat Trimming.
A now and slmplo method of using
wldo ribbon velvet on a large hat was
exemplified by a woman lunching at
Sherry's. Tho hat was a dull green. It
had a wldo brim and low round crown,
tho latter very small in proportion to
tho brim. Tho straw was a flno chip
A band of dark green velvet encircled
tho crown, and from It, at Irregular
Intervals, oxtonded plain flat widths of
tho velvet ribbon, tho ends cut In two
points that is, a V-shnyml soctlon wns
cut out of tho centre at each end.
Thoso pointed sections wore of differ
ent lengths, and ono extended nearly
to tho edge of tho brim. Two or three
similar sections wero fastened to the
undcrbrlm, which flared up a littlo at
ono side. Now York Tribune.
White Linen Embroidered.
Yoko waists mado of linen embroid
ered In openwork, or eyelet, stylo
aro much worn nnd always aro hand
somo. This very stylish model is
peculiarly well adapted to tho treat
ment, as It includes a central box
Design by Mny Manton,
plait and shaped cuffs both of which
aro eminently effectivo, and 13 closed
inviBlbly. When liked, however, tho
yoko and tho box plait nt tho back,
which is applied, can bo omitted and
tho model used for a plalnor waist.
Also tho back can'elther bo mado to
blouso or drawn down snugly ns liked.
To mako tho waist for a woman of
medium slzo will bo required GV6
yards 21, 4 yards 27 or 2 yards 44
Everything Is shirred or tucked this
summer. Shirt waists nro tucked,
and wholo frocks are tucked, and
smart littlo coats aro tucked or plait
ed all ovor. Gowns of soft materials
nro shlrrod, and It Is tho prettiest pos
sible way to mako them. Tho ono
Illustrated this weok Is a charming
exnmplo. It Is of whlto dimity, dotted
with pink. The waist has a shirred
yoke, ktind thon blouses ovor a girdle
of pink silk. Tho skirt Is shirred In
four places, and finished with a littlo
rufllo at the foot. A hat of whlto
shirred lawn Is worn with this frock,
tho only trimming being a big soft
bow of palo pink ribbon. Tho shirt
waist Illustrated this weok is of a do
sign suitable for silk linen, or any
wash goods. Tho flat littlo box plaits
aro very smnrt, and tho laco or em
broidery usod down the front and
around tho neck gives a very pretty
To Make Cup Custard,
One quart of milk, 6 oggs, 5 heap
ing tablespoons sugar, Vt saltspoon
salt, 1 teaspoon vanilla. Heat milk;
beat oggs, whites and yolka separate
ly, beat salt and sugar Into yolks; add
heated milk a little at a time, stir
well; then add boaton whites and ro
turn to flro. It is almost Impossible
to mako custard successfully without
a double boiler. Use two pans If you
have no holler, Stir gently 7hjle
cooking. When custard Is nearly
cootted, the foam' on top disappears,
tho custard clings, to tho spaon. Do
not lpao it a second; stir constantly.
if raft , y
When cooked perfectly unooth, tnkft
from flro and turn to cool In cups In
which it is to bo sorved. Shcrbol
glassos aro most commonly used.
Taffeta and Point D'Efyylt
Littlo Jackets of all sorts To great
ly in voguo and mako Ideal summer
wraps. This ono is worn over a waist
of point d'esprlt nnd Is of antlquo
grcon taffeta matching tho skirt, tho
trimming being folds of velvet. Tho
waist Is simply full with wldo sleeves
that aro flnlshcl with graceful frills
of laco but is eminently becoming and
suits lace, net and all thin materials
to a nicety. The bolero Is cut with
fronts, backs and wldo sleeves and Is
laid In plaits over tho shoulders that
give tho drooping, effect. Tho quan
tity of material required for tho mo
dlum slzo Is for waist 4 yards 21,
4 yards 27 or 2 yards 44 Inches
wldo; for bolero 24 yards 21, 2 yards
27 or 1 yards 44 Inches wldo.
To mako currant Jelly that will keep
almost any length of tlmo: Weigh
ono pound of sugar to each pound of
fruit; nfter weighing, put the currants
in a patent wine, press or In a flno
Bleve that tho seeds will not go
through; it Is not necessary to strip
tho currants from tho stems; press
tho Juico all out; then strain it
through a very flno siovo or through
a cheeso cloth; pour tho Juico after
straining Into a preserving kettle, and
stand It over a slow fire. When the
Juico la quite hot, stir in tho sugar,
and keep stirring until It is dissolved
Let tho wholo simmer gently till it
drops ns thick as Jelly from the
spoon; then pour the Jelly Into glasses
nnd stand It in the sun until it Is
qulto stiffened; then paste paper ovei
tho tops of tho glasses.
Asbestos Tabic Coverings.
A new covering for dining tables If
made from asbestos, especially pro
pared, covered with double-faced can
ton flannel. It is so soft nnd flexible
that It can bo folded into any desired
sizo without being clumsy. The same
material can bo had In doylies and
mats to put under plates, chafing
dlshos and platters, when no dining
cloth Is used. The covers of linen are
then laid over them, and ono is spared
tho vexation of finding a handsome
table coverod with the spots and rings
loft by hot dishes.
Leather as Trimming.
Leather Is making Its appearance
again as a trimming and Is employed
not only on raincoats but on cloth
blouseB for rough wear. It Is not like
ly to be much used, although on cer
tain materials for hard usage it is ap
propriate. Care of the Hair.
Eau do quinine has no effect upon
tho color of tho hair and Is excellent
to mako it grow. Sprtnklo It on the
scalp threo times a week beforo re
tiring and massage It In with tho tl.s
of the ton fingers, then dlvldo tho hair
into small proportions and brush well.
Vrjicncver possible, let the hnlr fall
loose This will add to its growth
Pure vaseline also massaged into the
scalp onco a week is very good
Never touch tho hair with a curling
Iron, but If It needs flufflness, rough it
underneath with tho comb as the hair
dressers do. This should bo carefullj
brushed nt night.
Latest Neck Trimming.
Tho latest nock trimmings aro dou
bio ruchlngs, formed by combining two
widths of tho goods, or two kinds ol
material, in different widths. The
wider portion Is folded down, giving
tho effects of a turnover collar, while
the narrower portion remnlns upright
In tho form of a ruch. This turnover
frill is usually thrco times as wldo as
tho other. It Is of sheer goods, such
as flno batiste, and is knife-plaited.
In using b-xuMne, what Is left may
bo again utilized. In a fow days it
will havo settled and tho clear part
may bo poured off Into other bottles.
Potato peelings, If dried in tho oven,
aro said to bo very useful for flro
kindling. If sufficiently abundant they
may bo used Instead of wood, but, in
any case, they will economize It.
Gallon bottles aro best for gasoline
and tho careful woman will not bring
them into tho houso at all. Unless
ono has a back yard or a porch clean
ing with theso dangerous agents is
best not undertaken at all.
Lamb stow Is very much improved
by tho addition of curry powder, espe
cially If it is a rechauffeo or "left
over." Mado of cold roast meat, with
fre3h raw potatoes and tho curry, It
becomes a delicious entree, deserving
of a moro euron'ous uaip than
Cleansing Public Reservoirs.
Tho department of ngriculturo Is Ex
perimenting with a process of treating
public water supply with a solution
of copper sulphates ono part In 1,
000,000 parts. The purposo ol. this
is to destroy certain forms of agio
or plant growths, which so frequently
render water foul appearing and 111
smelling, although tho sanitary quality
of tho water is not affected. These
growths flourish best in tho purest
waters, pressed through sand flltors,
and for this roason largo storage of
filtered water Is not advisable unless
the reservoirs aro covered. As to tho
effect upon tho consumers, a person
drinking thrco pints of water per day,
with 1 part to 1,000,000 parts,
would In a year consumo but
seven to eight grains of sul
phate. As a mator of fact, how
ever, tho treatment would not bo con
tinuous. Two or threo applications a
j ear would probably suffice, and bo
sldoB this tho sulphate would enter
Into combination with tho organic llfo
and would thon bo precipitated. Cer
tain of tho algao aro killed by solu
tions of only 1 part in 3,000,000, but
It If posslblo that others will require
much stronger solutions. In this case,
which remains to bo determined by
test, tho reservoir mny bo shut off
from us during treatment, or there
may bo a supplementary process to
prccipitato any copper sulphate re
maining in solution.
There has Just been patented n chif
fonier, or dresser, of decidedly useful
construction, and tho honor bolongs to
an Indiana citizen. Tho accompanying
cut shows tho chiffonier, with Its new
feature, which is nothing moro nor
less than a washstand extension.
It can be seen that tho washstand
slides into the end of tho chiffonier
nnd closes the end shelves or compart
ments when the stand Is not In use.
Tho wholo arrangement Is particularly
The New Chiffonier.
Ingenious and forms a compact and
useful article of furnlturo for milady's
Electric Switching Engines.
Tho great weight of storago bat
teries, which is so serious an objec
tion to their uso op passenger cars
and smaller carriages, Is an advan
tage on switching locomotives, as it
gives necessary adhesion. Such a lo
comotive Is being tested in tho yards
of tho Prussian state railways. Among
Its special merits it claims that of
being always ready and that of cost
ing less than steam for Irregular ser
vice. Tho battery of 200 cells is
charged onco a day from a source of
constant current at 110 volts. Tho
total weight of tho locoraotlvo Is 59,-
000 pounds, of which 22,000 pounds Is
tho weight of tho battery atfd 9,500
pounds that of the other electric ap
paratus. What Lightning Is.
It has generally boen supposed that
tho luminous material forming the
electric spark Is mado up of minute
particles torn from tho poles of the
discharge and heated to a whlto heat
by It. But a Russian experimenter,
Somcnoff, reports to tho Paris Acad
emy of Sciences tho results of experi
ments which show that tho poles suf
fer no such dismemberment, and that
tho heated material comes solely from
tho air or gas through which tho
spark passes. In a lightning flash tho
air Is simply heated momentarily to
lncandescenco along tho path of tho
To Measure Fall of Dew.
Accurate measurement of dew has
always been impossible. A new Ger
man drosometer, reported to glvo ex
cellent results, Is a sheet of specially
prepared paper soaked in a chemical
solution, and tho amount of dew fall
ing in a night can bo closely estimated
from tho degree of discoloration of
this paper. Experiment has given a
scalo of discoloration. Paper of 3 de
grees of sensitiveness is provided, and
it is advised that two kinds bo ex
posed together, In order that when the
amount of dew is too great for ono it
may bo Indicated by tho other.
Powerful Japanese Explosives.
Tho JapaneBO exploBlvo. shlmose, is
said to bo moro powerful than dyna
mlto or gun-cotton, does not explode
on percussion or by flro, and is not
injured by wetting. When exploded
by a charge of fulminate it exerts a
V'orco equal in all directions, another
jidvantago over dynamite.
TO MAKE OVER BARN.
Plan Will Ensure a Commodious and
A. C. Mel. I wish to remodel n
barn, 48 by 84 feet, tho floor of which
runs through tho center from end to
end. Tho bnrn stands north and south
nnd tho dwelling houso stands about
150 feet south of tho south end. 1
wish to run tho floor across tho barn
and to arrange n cow stnblo to hold
forty-fivo cows, convenient for feeding
and clearing out.
Wo do not know how far tho bents
aro apart in your barn, nor how many
there arc, so that somo of them may
come directly over tho mangers or
gutters behind, tho cattle. If you adopt
tho plan shown 'and tho bents como
over any of tho gutters or mangers,
so that the posts would interfere with
your stable, two posts opposite each
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Floor Plan of
A, cow stalls; H, p.issaKOs behind cattle:
C. feed rooms; D. box stall; E, gran
ary; F, drive lloor; G. windows.
other can bo placed on each sldo of
tho sill, and a 10 by 10 or 12 by 12
Inch timber placed on top of posts to
carry tho sill.
Tho plan shown provides for bents
of tho following lengths, commencing
at tho south end: 14, 14, 20, 12 and
24 feet, making in nil 84 feet.
There is an over-shoot of six feet
on tho south sido of tho driveway to
feed the first row of cattle from. Tho
windows on tho west sldo aro closo to
tho doors and como directly over the
gutters In order to let in light. In
cleaning out tho cow stable the doors
can bo mado wldo enough to drive In
from tho east side through the stable,
and out of the west side. Tho stalls
aro slnglo stalls for swinging racks
for mangers, but If swinging racks aro
not used tho stalls can bo converted
Into double ones If desired. There aro
thlrty-ilno cows stalls and ono box
stall; If the box stall is not required,
throe single stalls can bo mado of IL
P. M. At what season of the year
Is it best to plant rhubarb roots? Is it
advisable to protect the roots In win
ter. There are two ways to start a rhu
bard bed: First, by using roots which
may be secured from an established
plantation. If theso aro used, they
I may bo planted In spring or any tlmo
from tho first of September until tho
middle of October. I prefer tho early
autumn. Tho second method Is from
seeds. If rhubarb seed Is sown in well
pulverized soil In early spring, tho
seedlings will be large enough to trans
plant In tho autumn. Or they may bo
allowed to stand over until tho follow
ing spring. When tho roots or seed
lings havo been set out In tho autumn,
it is altogether advisable to mulch
them heavily tho first winter. Rhubarb
does well on a variety of soils, but one
which Is deep, talrly heavy and moist
Is preferable. If you want early rhu
barb, select a warm site.
Roomy and Up-to-Date Stable.
A. McT. Please publish a plan for
tho basement of a barn 70 feet by 40
feet, to havo 6 or 8 stalls for horses,
Ground Floor Plan of Handy Stable.
A. horse Btable; B, feed rooms: C, cat
tle Mablos: D. passage behind cattle;
E. box stalls; F, room for cattlo to run
4 or 5 box stalls, stalls for 18 or 20
head of cattlo tied, and a placo for
8 or 10 head to run loose.
Tho above plan provides for six
horso stalls, ten double cattlo stalls,
four box stalls and a room for young
cattlo to run loose In. The box stalls
have doors in from outside, so that
they may be cleaned from these. The
passage behind tho cattlo is nlno feet
wide, allowing room for a wagon or
cart to bo backed in to draw out the
Cost of Four-Room Cottage.
J. E. I Intend to build a four-room
cottage, with bath room and pantry.
It would havo an 8 foot basement and
colonial roof. It would bo finished in
yellow pine. What would such a build
ing cost, with lumber worth f35 to
$40 per thousand feet? The house
would .bo 24 by 30 feet It would havo
three bay windows and front porch.
Your basement walls and floor would
cost, If built of concrete, about $135
provided tho walls aro ono foot thick
and tho concreto Is composed of one
part of Portland cement to seven of
It la difficult to give a close estimate
of the cost, and amount of materials
in tho frame work of your house un
less one has a detail of tho class of
work required In finishing. Roughly
estimating, tho plastering would
amount to sixty-six dollars; lumber
and other materials would amount to
about five hundred dollars not includ
Xn tho Rhodeslan Government Ga
revto is published a proclamation pro
hibiting tho practice of sorcery
throughout tho territory, including tho
throwing of bones, tho uso of charms,
any manner of conjuration and trial
Cattle Bring High Prices.
At a salo of shorthorn cattle In tho
capital of tho Argentino Republic sen
sational prlcos wero rocentlf paid for
Scottish shorthorns; 2,010 was giv
en for Nowton Stono, a Morayehfre
Insist on Getting It.
Some grocern say they don't keep
Peflnnce Starch because they have a
stock In hand of 12 ot. brands, which
they know cannot be sold to a custo
mer who has once usod the 16 oz.
?kg. Defiance Starch for same money.
Tibetan Earth Dwellers.
Earth dwellers aro common in Ti
bet. Strangely clad men and women,
who slnco childhood have rarely
looked upon tho sun, aro found living
In roomy clay apartments in a modo
as stringent as any monastic order.
They aro supplied with food and oth
er necessaries by their children, who
alono leave tho caverns; and much
of their timo is occupied in extending
their curious residences.
First Bomb Outrage.
The first "bomb outrage" was com
mitted on Christmas ovo, 1800, by
Salnt-Nejant, who wished to removo
Napoleon, then first consul, In tho In
terest of tho Royalists. Napoleon es
caped, but among his escort and tho
bystanders thero wero about 130 ccsu
altles. Value of Laughter.
If wo realized tho power of good
cheer and the habit of laughter to re
tard tho progress of age and to stay
tho hand which writes tho wrinkles of
caro and anxiety on the face, wo
should havo disco rercd tho famed
fountain of youth tho elixir of life.
Man and Wife.
Buxton, N. Dak., Sept. 12 (Special).
Mr. B. L. Skrivseth of this placo
as been added to the steadily grow
ing following that Dodd's Kidney
Pills havo In this part of tho country.
Mr. Skrivseth gives two reasons
for his faith in tho Great American
Kidney Cure. Tho first is that they
Cured his wife and tho second Is that
they cured himself.
"I must say," says Mr. Skrivseth,
"that Dodd's Kidney Pills aro tho
best rome'dy for Kidney Trouble I
ever knew. My wife had Kidney Dis
ease for years and she tried all kinds
of medicine from doctors but it did
not help her any. An advertisement
led her to try Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Tho first box helped her so much
that sho took eight boxes moro and
now sho Is cured.
"I also took threo boxes myselt
and they mado mo feel better and
stronger In every way."
Dodd's Kidney Pills have never yet
foiled to euro any kidney diseaso
from Backache to Rheumatism, Dia
betes or Bright's Dlsoase.
Real Leaders of Men.
Men of genuine axcollenco In every
jtatlon of life men of Industry, of In
tegrity, of high principle, of sterling
honesty of purpose command tho
ipontnneous homago of mankind. It
'.s natural to bcllevo In such men, to
havo confldenco In them and to Imi
tate them. All that Is good In tho
world Is upheld by them, and without
their presence In It tho world would
aot bo worth living in. Samue)
Catch Words or Phrases.
If you deslro to got rich quickly, In
vent catchwords or phrases that will
grip the attention of tho public. Big
sums aro paid for tho right article.
The Inventor of a word now usod for a
brand of crackers is said to havo re
ceived $5,000 for It. Manufacturers of
various things from soap -to nuts bavd
paid nearly as high. A railroad com
pany gave $100 to a girl who suggest
ed a name for ono of its fast trains.
Tribute to a Duth Smoker.
To pay duo reverence to tho mem
ory of an ardent smoker named On'
dcrsmans, who had died in Rotterdam,
all his old cronies camo to the funerai
smoking long clay pipes. Ondersmanf
left a sum of money to pay tho ex
penses of a yearly smoking cencert td
keep his memory green.
Somo men go through lno pretty
much as a dorg with a chain to his
collar and n woman yanking at the
WHAT'S THE USE
To Keep a "Coffee Complexion."
A lady says: "Postum has helped
my complexion so much that my
f i lends say I am growing young again.
My complexion used to bo coffee col
ored, muddy and yellow but It is now
clear and rosy as when I was a girl.
1 was induced to try Postum by a
frlcua who had suffered Just as I had
suffered from terrible indigestion, pal
ptatlon of tho heart and sinking
"After I had used Postum a weok
I was so muoh better that I was
afraid It would not last. But now
two years havo passed and I am a
wen woman. I owe It all to leaving
oft coffee and drinking Po?.tum la its
"I had drank coffee all my life. I
nufpectcd that it was tho causo of my
trouble, but it was not until I actually
quit coffee and started to try Postum
that I becamo certain; then all my
troubles ceased and I am now well
and strong again." Nome furnished
by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason.
Look In each package for a copy of
tho famous littlo book, "The Road to
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