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THE OMAHA DAILY IlEEi SATURDAY, JULY 14, 190(5.
READ THESE EXTRA SPECIALS
Saturday will be the climax of this
extraordinary PriccCutting Sale High
grade up todate merchandise at prices
that arc almost ridiculous Extra spe
Visitors from out of town should
siczc these wonderful bargain chances
by all means. Never 'in the history of
the West have these values been dupfi'
cials in every department 2
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of all our
POSITIVELY WORTH UP TO $30
Biggest Bargain in High, Class Tailored Suits in Our Entire History.
ELEGANT TAILORED SUITS -SILK JACKET SUITS SILK SHIRT WAIST SUITS
Ynorrinis of women have admired these pretty and stylish
units in t)4 window. Every smart style and all colors-voiles-
iflnama. mohairs, serges, broadcloths alto elegant
si'U units handsomely trimmed and widest possible variety
Hundreds of stunning new models, the choice of a magnificent
stock actual $20, $25 and $30 suits
We ofTer all our ladies' $30, $35 and
. $40 Suits, white wool suits, black
and white stripe cloth,
etc.; in one lot
We offer all our finest silk and wool
suits that have been priced at $45,
ifrau ana up to $75, lm Cfif"
ported fabrics, silk V P
lined suits, etc., one lot. ,
BENS' $130 SHIRT
Slimmer negligee Rhirt In
all new patterns. Latest ef
fects In light or' dark
These shirts are all well
made and come from leading
factories In this country
collar attached or separate
a hundred patterns you will
like a great big bargain
square with genuine $1.50
Children's San Bonnets and Garden Hats
Chambray sun bonnets and Prlscilla garden hats, lace
and ruffled edge, worth 25c and 35c each,
A grand new shipment of finest silks
in dress patterns or waist patterns
every one this spring and summer
style. Taffetas, peau de soies, satin
foulards, etc., nolka dots, floral designs
guaranteed perfect in
every way and worth up
to $1.50 a yard, on sale
LITHOGRAPHED PILLOW TOPS
These pillow tops are beautifully colored, scores of new g
designs, art department, third floor, worth 60c, C
Id tan srs wm m at rm rm m an 55
i uvtmmLbtt dnbt
Fine Gloria Silk Umbrellas with
pearl, etag and
nil ver trimmed
handles, all with
case, cord and
$150. $198 I
Ali the lad Ks' $2.00
oxfords go at
MLLLF MEN'S SHOES
Men's genuine $3.50 quality shoes, made on
the latest and most comfortable lasts, well
made throughout box calf, patent 1 CI C
colt, lace or button just about 11 JO
half regular price. Have you seen H -them
in the window! Price, pair. .
CLEARING SALE OF LADIES OXFORDS
f Ofi I All the ladies 13 60 )(n
I oxford go at....JU
All the ladle' 13.00
oxfords so at....
White lawn, Swiss,
chambray, etc, shirt
each, at. . .
Ladles' $ft and 17
shirt waist Butts, In
sheer lin- a f Q
ens and O
Swisses, If .
Ladles' hand embroid
ered linen shirt waist
suits, worth $17.50
6.98 to 8.98
BLACK ROSE at 25c
Light weight lisle thread, genuine Herms
dorf dye, garter top, double heel
and toe, worth 50c a pair at, a
Misses' 35c white lace lisle thread hose. .19c
Men's, ladies' and children's tan and black hose, 10c-120
Ladies' Lace and Linen Boleros
These are all Imported samples,
many are embroidery trimmed,
some Peter Pan a Cf
fitvlea. very 1 "
fnRhlnnnhla - . . . . A-
Ladles' 2-clasp lisle thread gloves,
black, white and
Ladles' pure silk or lace ex- 7Zn
tension glove tops IOC
Karspr i double finger tipped silk
?Xre.B: .b.'.ft.c.k: .r.h.,.,:. . . 50c-75c-$l
Ladies'. Summer Neckwear Ladies' lsce and embroidered stocks, turn
overs, collar and cuff sets, etc white 4 si JI far
rnd colors, worth up to 76c at, I III $11111 Si
xvv u.as mmlrs
i 111 a
m ' 1 ' 1 , " ' ' ' s ; , III II.' . i'ii , HI E?".',srv;',ejA''g'i2e
,. . , t . , I .,
9.00 Readv-to-AVear Hats at 91 Also ladles
trimmed hats In latest styles and colors,
all new and becoming,
Ladles' Trimmed Hats,
street hats and lin
gerie hats, all new,
worth aa high as
$8.50, each, at
Ladies 910 and 915 Trimmed Hats Choice
of hundreds of stunning hats, many Of them
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Connoil Committss Juty With Propoiali
for Opening Three Streeti.
SCAVENGER TAX LIST BEING PREPARED
Letter from ICounts Bros., New York,
Throws Xo Light on the Duplica
tion of Coupons from
oath Omaha Bonds.
Mayor Hoctor and members of the coun
cil committee on viaducts, streets and al
leys are busy with no less than three
propositions for opening of streets formerly
vacated by the city, or otherwise closed
to public use. One of them Is an entirely
new street in the nature of the continua
tion of the boulevard from the north lim
its through the stock yards, entering about
Thirtieth and L streets, a petition now
being circulated and signed by numbers of
people, both of the exchange and the
property owners of lower N street and
Railroad avenue. The petition describes
in detail a street from the Intersection of
Twenty-seventh and N streets, running
thence in a southwesterly, direction to a
point Just north of the west end of the
present O street viaduct, and from that
point running west, northwest and north,
following the present driveway or private
road around the exchange building, and
thence to L street where the same Inter
sects Boulevard street near the west ap
proach of the L street viaduct.
The following Is the second proposition
which Is contemplated, concisely embraced
In the language of the following petition:
We earnestly requeat your honorable
body to take the necessary Ixgal steps to
cause to be opened for the convenience of
the general public- a street not less than 1
slvty feet In width on the section line be
tween nine and ten, from the north line
of V street south to the south limits of
the city. This street Is to be designated
as Twenty-fifth street.
The third proposition Is for the purpose
of opening crossings of the railroad tracks
In -the vicinity of T street. The petition
praya for the opening of all of T street
north of block 1 In Albright's annex, be
ing the crossing of the Rock Island track.
The petitioners also ask the opening of
all of Washington street north zi block
14. being slso the crossing of the Rock
Island. On Z street the same Is ssked,
and the crossing of Jefferson north of
block II Is desired. J. Plvonka and C. M.
- Hunt are actively engaged In pushing the
first ef the propositions. How the pro
moters propose to get across the network
of tracks from N and Twenty-eeventh to
the west end of the O street viaduct Is not
set forth In the petition. It Is likely thst
there ths greatest difficulty Vwlll be met.
The only practical thing would be a via
duct, but it Is not likely that ths railroads
would be very favorable to a Viaduct so
rinse to the ons St O street. It Is not
known whether the city could assume the
building of such a vlsduct. The other pe
titions present much simpler propositions
Preparing; far Seaveager List.
The pity treasurer Is busily engaged these
fltys preparing ths scavenger lists. He ex.
pects to have them ready by tkie first of
the month when they will be sent to the
county officers. ' Paopla' who do not py
their delinquencies before that date will
find heavily and Increasing charges against
their original Indebtedness. All parties ho
have failed In any manner to pay the taxes
on their real estate up to a certain period
of delinquency will have their property en
ured on tba aoaveria-er lists, on which they
ara subject to aaia for ths taxas against
the same. Many people out of neglect allow
the additional expense of redeeming their
property to fall upon themselves. The
tseasurer hopes that the knowledge of the
true state of the lists at this time will be
a benefit to many who are at present back
In their taxes.
Bond Coupons Still a Mystery.
Word has been received from Kountxe
Bros, of New York, the fiscal agents of
South Omaha, asking tor a description of
the bond coupons which were found by the
assistant city treasurer last May to be
duplicated. These are each coupon No. 1,
bond No. 60, of the series running from
No. 1 to TO In denominations of 11,000 each.
The treasurer has lately sent a letter ask
ing that Kountxe Bros, send the cou
pons which are now mntured on three
bonds, namely, Nos. 18, 14 and IS, to South
Omaha. Apparently the owners of the
three bonds In question have not demanded
payment at the fiscal agency on the $3,000
represented by the three bonds. The treas
urer's assistant Is of the opinion that there
possibly some connection between the
lack of these coupons and ths duplication
of the others. Should the city pay the
duplicated coupons, considering the dis
crepancy a mls-prlnt, and the three missing
bonds afterward be discovered the city
would lose exactly (3,000 and Interest on the
same. There wss no Information giving a
solution to the trouble In the latest com
munication from Kountxe Bros.
Railroad Sarveyors Start Talk.
The presence of a band of surveyors, be
longing apparently to the Rock Island
railroad, who have been 'at work for the
last two days In the vicinity of Twenty
seventh and Railroad avenue, has aroused
the talk of spur tracks which were con
templated last spring and which were pro.
vlded for by one of the last acts of the
old council, but which act was promptly
vetoed by the Incoming mayor. The pro
Ject has slipped Into the background of
late and this' is the first Indication of a
revival. If such Is the case nothing has
been communicated to the engineering de
partment of the city. A member of the
party, however, visited the office, asking
for a detailed limp of the city, and was
referred to the Stock Yards company, who
alone have ths maps In supply.
The churches of South Omaha make no
extended announcement for Sunday serv
Ices. Most of them have decided to forego
the evening services, at least for the big
session of the Baptist Young People's
union Sunday night, J. A. Earl. V. D., of
Chicago will preach at the First Baptist
church Sunday morning. There will be
good music. No evening service. At the
First Presbyterian church a delegate to
the international Baptist assembly will
preach at the morning hour. Dr. Wheeler
111 conduct the evening service. At the
rirst Methodist church J. W. Waddell of
Illinois will occupy Dr. Bisson's pulpit
There will be no evening service. Morning
services are announced In the other
Chief Brings Orli oe Seorehed
During the course of a good natured
tussel lest night Chief of "Police Brlgn
accidentally burned all the skin off the end
of his nose. He was standing in front
the Jail about ( o'clock, when Assistnit
Attorney Ringer happened aknc. Both are
powerful men and they Joined In a scuffle
The chief was smoking snd Ringer had no
mat. As ths latter turned his back th
chief, who was against a rail, could tin
help planting the lighted end of the cl
In ths middle of the attorney's back Feel
Ing the heat, he straightened up suddenly
and tipped the cigar against the chief
unprotected nee. In the lostsnt it re
mained there the elfin was burned until It
peeled off a space the slse of the end of
thumb. The chief looks like he had been
fishing In a broiling sun for a week.
Ponltrj- Association Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the Trl-
City Poultry association will be held In
H. B. Fleharty's office. In the Pioneer
block, South Omaha, Monday evening, July
lii. at 8 o'clock. The meeting Is open to
all who may be Interested In the raising
f more and better poultry. The prospects
and the plana for a fine poultry exhibit to
be given next winter will be discussed. The
exhibit will be similar to that of last year.
but the management predicts a far better
entertainment and larger variety of fowls
this year. The financial end came out .so
ell lust winter that the directors will be
emboldened by that success to attempt a
more pretentious exhibit.
Manic City ttoaslp.
Mrs. J. H. Baker has returned for a few
weeks' visit In Denver.
Hrnrv Dayton and Gail Walters were each
given five days for vagrancy.
A. A. Nixon has secured a permit for a
S2.000 residence. He will build In the near
Fred Miller was fined yesterday morning
for carrying concealed weapons and being
The Ladles' Aid society of the English
Lutheitan church gave a plensant Ice cream
social at Highland park last night.
John 8. Copenharve reported the birth
of a son yesterday. Charles Roberts alco
was blessed by the arrival of a son on the
The election of the Highland Park Im
provement club was postponed Thursday
night far one week for the reason that
J. M. Guild was unable to attend.
Manager Davis of tha Omaha gas office
In this city has bven away on a pleanant
vacation. He -has been fishing and in good
luck, having caught twenty-five pounds In
one day during the trip.
The death of the Infant son of Arthur
Bmith occurred Thursday night. The
burial will be this morning at 10 o'clock
rom the residence to Laurel Hill cemetery.
The family live at 115 South Twentieth
A man by the name of Vaaslck of an
eastern city Is said to have purchased the
old Transit hotel at Twenty-eighth and M
streets. Intending to convert the sme Into
fur dressing establishment. This Is the
building lately condemned by the building
The Ladles' auxiliary of the Ancient
Order of Hibernians are requested to mee'
st the home of Mis. Kafferty. 114 South
Twent-thlrd street, this evening at 8
o'clock to mske arrangements for giving
the honors of the fraternity to their sister,
Miss May McCrann, whose funeral is to be
Sunday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock.
BIBLE WORK IN PHILIPPINES
Annual Eepcrt of American Sooiety on
Conditions in Islands.
DEMAND FOR SCRIPTURES IS INCREASING
Number of l.anguanes Greatly In
creases Task Of the Organisation
Theological Schools In
the new book. An adding machine, loaned
by the Burroughs company was used, but
It required all afternoon to complete the
additions as over 600 names had to be
totaled. At the present rate the board
will fir.lsh the canvass some time after
the middle of next week, unless another
contest is filed, In which case the time
will be extended.
WIDOW ASKS SIMPLE SERVICE
DAN CUPID SHYS AT HOODOO
ot n Marriage License Is Issued !n
County Friday, tha Thlr
teeata. Friday, tha 13th day of the month and
marriage license No. 17U1J formed a com
bination that was a little too much for
even Dan Cupid and as a result no permits
to wed were issued from the county Judge's
office yesterday. The day and date were
discouraging, but when License Clerk
Hurry Morrill opened up the license book
and found the number of the first unissued
license ended In 13 he .declared there would
be nothing doing and quit.
One absent-mnded bridegroom spplled for
a permit, but when Chief Clerk BundhUd
called his attention to the hoodoo condi
tions surrounding the day and the license
ha threw up his hands and declared he
would postpone the ceremony.
"Sly bride la superstitious," he said, "and
I wouldn't think of taking that license
home to her, especially on thla day."
He. said ha would coma In again on Sat
urday. Yesterday was tha first day for weeks
on which no marriage license hsl been Is
sued, proving that superstition holds
stronger sway over the minds Of loveis
than Cupid himself.
NEW YORK, July 13. The annual report
of the work of the American Bible Society
in 4he Philippine Islands was made public
today. It sets forth that there are un
mistakable Indications that the commer
cial, civil and religious life or the Fili
pinos Is to receive large Impulses and
make great progress toward a new order
of national existence.
Many of the notorious leaders of the
Ladron bands have been killed or cap
tured and their followers have surrendered
themselves and their arms to the authori
ties. Fields long devastated - by war,
brigandage and lack of work have again
been brought under cultivation and the
Increase of crops this year has been the
most gratifying known since the American
I'roarfeaa of Education.
Another year of public schools has
further extended education and the school
enrollment has Increased from 260,OuO to '
6C0.0C0 In a single year. Accompanying this
Is a great Increase of Interest In western
ideals and civilization on the part of the
common people, and another year, the re
port declares, will find men and women
everywhere anktng for the bible and ask
ing to be shown the wsy to a life of more
The protestanl churches maintaining
missionary work in the Inlands have had
th best year of their history. The sta
tistical reports. It Is stated, will show a
large numerical increaxe In membership,
new territory has been opened and training
schools for native pastors and teachers
have shown a largely Increased attend
ance. The Presbyterians and the Methodists
have opened theologlral seminaries In
Manila. The number of nmlve evangelists
working under the supervision of. the dif
ferent mission boards has increased over
The Curse of Babel.
The report concludes:
The curse of Babel rest heavily on the
Philippines snd lias greatly Increased the
riifth'iiltles of the-task irf giving the scrip
tures to the people The lurner language
srras have now been supplied with pro
llmltinry translations aud the total (bru
in lion hss been irmnrkahle. but ibe work
of reselling the cummon people Iihs only
The Independent Catholic church is
strong in Mindannnan and Its growth Is
usually accompanied bv a desire on the
.art of the people to rend the scriptures
The Independent Catholic hurch of
Panny is very Mendlv to the np-n bible
snd is anxious to out the book Into th
hands of the common people.
Mr. Meanings Wants o Ostentation
at the Funeral of Her
At the request of Mrs. Hennlngs the
funeral of her husband, former city treas
urer, wastiade as simple as possible Fri
day afternoon. Rev. J. E. Hummon, pastor
of the Kountxe Memorial Evangelical Luth
eran church, spoke a few words befitting
the occasion, after which the funeral cor
tege moved to Forest Lawn cemetery,
where the body was consigned to the grave.
There was no singing at the Ben-Ice. Mem
bers of the local aerie of Eagles and Wood
men of the World attended the services,
the Eagles assembling at their hall at 1:30
at the request of Worthy President Henry
Many visitors called at the Hennlngs
home Friday morning to lock for the last
time on the ,face of their friend who took
too much to heart the serious' part of life.
Across the bier was a beautiful pillow of
sweet peas sent by Mrs. Frank E. Moore,
while overhead was an eagle worked with
flowers, sent by the local aerie of Eagles,
to which Mr. Hennlnga belonged. Many
other floral tributes graced the death cham
ber and lent a verdant touch to the funeral
In the parlor, where the services were
conducted, were Mayor Dahlman. W. I.
Kierstead. Edward Ruaewnter, H. G.
Counsman, Mr. Hennlngs' former chief dep
uty and business partner; and for the
Eagles. .Dan Canon and Joteph Ronnenbcrir.
In the hall stood many other ciHxens. , The
widow and daughter were unuhle to sit
where the services were held, hut remnlned
Rrv. Mr. Hummon spoke of t'ie c'ty
treasurer as one to whom a pubi c office
was a public trust, commending him highly
as u cltlxen and public olfli ii.l.
"He had far more friends tt.un he knew,"
suss the minister with depp fcellrifr.
, Mrs. Charles Mark and Son. Charles
Marks, Jr., of Chicago, are in the city to
attend the Hennlngs funeral. The Mnrks
are old friends of the Hennlngs family.
The pallbearers were: Gustave Dake, I.
L. Beisel. Teter Klewlx. Fred W. Bchamd,
George Thompson and Henry Grossman.
dent, Dolly Hoffman, vice president; Emma
Ickers, secretary, and Dorothy Bayers,
treasurer. The girls showed no little
adaptlbllity In organization and were very
decided In their preference for a club sep
arate and apart from the boys.
Several interesting campaigns are on
among the lads for city offices and a few
have been advertising by piacarda in the
orthodox style. The boys say fhey had
decided to knock out equal suffrage any
how and are glad the girls submitted
SHERIFFS LOSE FINE FEES
Sore at Juvenile law, MoaTy, "ays. Be
cause Their Incomes are
Probation Officer "Mogy" Bernstein Is of
the opinion the western sheriffs who
adopted resolutions hostile to the Juvenile
law are "sore" because the. new law cuts
off some of their fees. To this he ascribes
the fact that they hold the law to be a
"I'nder the old law," he said, "the sheriffs
got to take boys to the reform school and
were given a fee and mileage for doing It.
I'nder the Juvenile law in most of the
states this work Is done by the Juvenile
oflleers, who are paid a salary and receive
no fee. In most of the states boys are
sent to' the reform school alone. Naturally
this deprives the sheriffs of some remunera
"It has been figured that 90 per cent of
the boys wl.o come before the Juvenile
court are saved, nnd turned from lives of
crime. I'nder the old law there was noth
ing to do but 'send them up' or turn thorn
loose. Now we ' give of the boys a
chance to do better before sending them to
the reform school."
SUIT FOR THIRTY THOUSAND
Damace Case Awalnst Street Hallway
Goei to Jury Seeoud
He fell forward and his Jaw caught on
the hook where the aide of beef should
have been. He was not long In recovering
his equilibrium and releasing himself.
Fortunately the Jugular vein waa not pene
trated or the result might have been dif
ferent. Helnxman went home but during the
afternoon visited several saloons and waa
picked up by Patrolman Oood in an In
toxicated condition and sent to the police
station. Oood noticed the wound In Helnx
man's Jaw and thought he had been fight
ing. He was not Inclined to believe Helnx.
man's story about being hung on a meat
hook. At the station Police Surgeon El
more dressed the man's Injury, after which
he was allowed to go home when he prom
ised to keep away from saloons.
Club Wants Guild to Attend.
Commissioner J. M. Guild of the Com
mercial club has been instructed by the
executive committee to attend the meet
ing of the western classification commit
tee at Frankfort, Mich., beginning July
17 snd continuing two i or three day.
Many of the proposed changes In classi.
flcatlon are of Interest to the Omaha Job
bers and they seek to have so mo changes
made and to prevent others from taking
effect. E. H. Wood of the Union Pacific,
who Is a member of the western classifi
cation committee, also will attend.
Diamonds (of own Import), watches and
Jewelry at 20 per cent below price at A. H.
Hubermann's. southeast corner 13th and
Douglas. Pnys no rent and buys for cash.
HALF THROUGH WITH CANVASS
Board t-Inlsues KorO-One Out f
r.iauty Prerlucts In the
The canvassing of the primary votes of
forty-one of the eighty precincts of the
county was finished yesterday afternoon by
the canvassing board. The returns filled
one poll book and rf.e board spent the afir
nooa making totals, te be transferred Into
NO SUFFRAGE FOR THE GIRLS
Those of Juvenile ly le-lde Th-
III) Mot llrslrr the
Kn.ua I suffiMRe In the sffslrs of Juvenile
City st the public pIhv grounds wss dealt
a death blow bv the girls theuiselvex at a
meeting sl night in which iIk v orxmli'-.l
tiie Juvenile City Girls club snd went on
record In an appeal to the boys to vote
down H e frill il suffrage anienrlrnent at the
city election Mnmltv night. In their peti
tion the girls say they are not prepared to
take up the duties of citizens snd while
they are willing to do all the work they
can to make Juvenile City a success they
do not feel like having any "responslhlllt v
for the conduct of the boys" on the days
set apart for the girl a.
In organising their club the girls were
helped by Mrs. Draper Smith and Miss Mc
Cartney. Myrtle Honor was elected presl-
The rase of Robert S.indburg against the
Omaha & Council Hluffa Street Railway
company was submitted to the Jury In
Judge Kxtclle'a court yesterday afternoon
about t o'clock.' The suit has been a hard
fought one and this Is the fourth trial.
The first time it whs tried one of the Jurors j
nrnKe ms arm ana me Hearing was stoppt u.
The other two resulted In disagreements.
Sandburg, who is about 17 years old, sues
the company -Xor $.to.nl damages. He waa
struck by a northbound car Just as he
passed iM-hlnd a southbound car at Tenth
and Hickory streets and so badly injured
lie has been, a physical wreck since. The
defendant asserts the accident was dun to
Kamlhurg'a own negligence.
JinlKc K"t"lle told the Jury to bring In a
scaled verdict If .they reached an agree
ment during the night.
E. P. Nnsh, a guest at the Murray hotel,
has reporteil to the police that his bill
book, containing IW and three railroad
tickets to Aberdeen. S. D , has been lost
or stolen, lie thinks lie left it on a
table in the hotel barber shop.
The funeral of Miss Kate Hutmaker. 2012
Charles street, will be held at the home
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. New
man Hall Burdick conducting the services.
Miss Hutmuker was a teacher in the publlo "
schools and died from an operation Thurs
The case of the union printers, charged
with violating the printers' Injunction by
threatening nonunion workmen, whs not
heard Frldnv by Judxn Kennedy, W. J.
Council, attorney for the union, being en
gnged In trying n damage, rase in Jui"
Kstelle's court. The men will comu be
fore the court Saturday morning.
MAN IMPALED ON MEAT HOOK
klips While Housing I p Beef and Ja
Lands on the Sharp
To be Impaled by the Jaw on the sharp
point of a meHt hook wss the unusual and
painful experience of II. T. Helntman. 1.1H
Pacific street, at the Cudahy Packing com
pany's store, 1SI Jones street, where he Is
employed. Friday noon.
Helnxman ana engaged In hanging sides
of beef and wss In the act of raising one
of the hesvy pieces so aa to catch It on the
hook, when he slipped and the beef missed,
and In falling carried Helnsmaa with Ik
The great Magneused,
oothlDt sua bssllni llnl
O I L nersr leaves a scar.
1 Prof. Ds&n't
King Cactus Oil
Speedt'y cares cuts, sprslDS, brains, el4
sorM, swellings, fr,it bUM.cbtppoe buds.
barbed wire cuts on animate. asrneM
sci sutilat ii, si aa-, luia, sad ail hurte
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