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THi: UKK: OMAHA. WKDXKSDA V. APRIL (1, 1910.
0UNC IS BACK ON PAYROLL
Veterinarian Makes Peace with the
City Health Commissioner.
ROTHWELL STILL IN SUSPENSION
rf of Inspector Hang Ip I Dili 1 11?
uanrll ( an lf if rmlnt Jntt
What la lln lo It
;i .;..prg M. Win:;, city veterinarian
and ill. iv ir.op. ci.T, will gel his salary
for March. Hi will hImu make regular
rporis hereafter to Health Commissioner
t'onnell. Hie hatchet will be mink In a
Karbane pile and the two officials will-work
together fur the betterment of the dairies
i upplying milk to Omaha.
Hoth Dr. (,'onnell and Ur. Young ap
1 eared Monday afternoon before the coun
cil committee of the whole, with the result
tliHt council Insti ucted the comptroller lo
place lr. Young's salary on the roll foq
March. Commissioner Connell had left
It off because the daliy Inspector had not
terortod to him during the month. After
I lie matter had been referred lo the com-
The First Dig
In Filing Systems
AW off the portion of a Standard
Kverlaatlng Shaw-w aiker ruing
system you do not need now cut
the apace In two cut the price in
two, alao put your money only
Into the part you have immediate
aeed for, buy the other part when
you are ready for It that's "Seotlonsts" .
the first ala Improvement In filing devices
luce the Invention of Modern Business
"Beotlonets" are Just as hit; as you want
and moreover, they are Jnst a small a
on need, no matter bow small that may
Here at loot Is real economy. In filing
devices you buy what you need now
expand as vou need It and pay no prem
ium for the privilege.
There la no excuse now for foregoing
the advantage of modern methods no
coat for waHte space.
ar" .j If you will come In and
! ". talk It nvar 'll 1. l... w
will gladly explain how
little you have to use.
And the "biggest" man,
too, can use the littlest
filing system "the little
brother of the Shaw
Walker system" let us
tell you that also.
In addition to the above lines
we carry the largest stock of
high grade office Desks, Chairs
and Tables in the West.
We are making an unusual
Reduction from Regular Prices
this month on all Desks, Chairs
Phone Bong. 34a; Ind. A-3451,
918-924 Fainam St., Omaha; Neb
S IT til
Th only rtmtKly that Btopi tool h--be
The only tooth oh gum that cleans
the cavity aud prventa decay.
Imitations do not do th work. Sea that
3 .mi get Deal's Trth.vhe Hmm. I At all
rugtfisU, 1 veuta, or by mail.
Dent's Corn Gum
C. 8. DENT A CO.. Detroit, Mich.
n o c o o a
o a a o o a
LJ p XrT cf "5"
I Toothache Gum I
9 The only rtmady that stops lootbacbs I
The New Summer
High enough to look well low enough to
feel well. Plenty of room for tie to slide in
15 cents each
Cluett. Paabody & Company, Makers. Troy.
mitlie tht Inspector reported, explaining
thai hn had not done so sooner because
he had understood fiom something his
superior officer said that the council was
her) after to be held responsible for the
(onnell's I'oner lo Apaolat.
The salary of Uatbage Inspector Pim
lioihwell ts still held up pending a report
from the city attorney as lo whether or
not the health commissioner must have
his appointees confirmed by the council.
It. Cunnell maln'nlns that the charter
provides he does not have lo submit tne
names for confirmation, that he has been
doing so only through a spirit of couteay,
and that he awaits the opinion of the city
attorney with confidence.
On this point Councllmen Bridges. Funk
houser and Hrucker and City Comptroller
lxtbeck lather took Irsue with Lr. Connell.
Mr. Itrucker Intimated the council would
Insist on its right to confirm, charter or
Properly Mae oat Dodge.
A representative of the Union Pacific
appeared to ask that council pass an
ordinance legalizing .he present building
line on IJodge street. It Seems the build
ings on the north side of the street extend
nine Inches beyond .tie original lot line,
and that on the south side the buildings
are five Inches liiBlde the original lot line.
This condition has existed for a, long
period of years, and before the Union Pa
cific will build its new structure it wishes
to have the building line legalized. The
council looks favorably on the proposition,
which will be put up to the city attorney
for final decision as to Its power to do
whut Is asked.
The committee denied a request for per
mission to make certain alterations and
repairs to a frame store building at 2210-12
Farnam street. Councilman McGovern
said the property had been bought twenty
six years ago for 100 and sold recently
for 118,000, and it la too valuable to be
encumbered by frame shacks.
The ordinance introduced by Judge
I'.erka providing for a higher grade of city
water nts laid over a week, to give the
water company and others a hearing.
Police Department Relief.
The city was asked to give an opinion
on the request of the Police Department
Keliet association for half of the fines
that may be levied on second-hand dealers
under the ordinance recently passed com
pelling them to secure a license.
Mrs. Edward Johnson, president of the
Omaha Woman's club, and Mrs. J. W.
Cherrlngton. chairman of the civics com
mittee of the same club, appeared to ask
council to pass an ordinance forbidding the
use of firearms or fireworks in the city
on July 4, unless in a public exhibition
under control of some city department.
Mrs. Cherrlngton presented statistics show
ing that in seven years 31,000 persons have
been killed, blinded, maimed or otherwise
Injured in the city of America by fire
works. Mrs. Johnson said the Woman'a
club has Indorsed the proposed ordinance
and prays the council to pass It. The
ladies were given a vote of thanks and
wre assured the teqjest will have care
One Conductor Who Was Cored.
Mr. Wllford Adams la his name, and he
writes about it: "Some time ago I was
confined to my bed with chronic rheuma
tism. I used two bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy with good effect, and the third
bottle put me on my feet and I resumed
work as conductor on the Lextlngton, Ky.,
Street Railway. It gave me more relief
than any medicine I have ever used, and
It will do all you claim in cases of rheu
matism." Foley's Kidney Remedy cures
rheumatism by eliminating the urlo acid
from the blood. For sale by all druggists.
MRS. EMMA BYERS TO LEAVE
Secretary of Omaha. Young; Woman's
Christian Association Will Uo
Mrs. Emma Byers, who has been secre
tary of the local Young Women's Christian
association for nine years, resigned her
position and the resignation was accepted
by the board of directors at a meeting held
Monday afternoon. The resignation will
take effect In July.
Mrs. Byers will take the position of field
secretary for the district that Includes the
states of Minnesota, North and South Da
kota, Iowa and Nebraska. Her headquar
ters will be in Minneapolis.
Who will succeed Mrs. Byers as local
secretary Is not known at this time, as her
resignation was rather unexpected, she
having made up her mind to accept the
office of field secretary last week.
Mrs. Byers, took charge of the work of
the local organization In September, 1901,
and since that time has been actively Iden
tified with the growth of the local associa
tion. When she took charge there were less
than 1,000 members, but last week the num
ber was raised to over 3,000, making
Omaha's Young Women's Christian asso
ciation second largest In the world.
The magnificent new building that houses
the organization was erected under her
regime, after subscriptions had been raised
to the amount of IltiO.OOO.
with Ara Notch
2 for 25 cents
Y ARROW CUFFS. M Cent,
for more than thirty years have been
indorsed by eminent physicians.
C The waters are unsurpassed by any of
the world's natural mineral waters and
uneqnaled in treatment of rheumatism,
dyspepsia, constipation, liver and kid
Colfax ii ctrlightful resort twenty. thrr milrs eit
oj H Mome . on the Chic a so Colorado main line
of the Rock Island Linct, aflorduif. excellent uaia
SPLENDID HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
are provided ty aever.il hotela.amona which i the
new Hotel Colfan, bmlt on a commanding emi.
nrnce.in minion ?tyle. finely furnished throughout,
wiih every dctul of bitch-clasa aervice at rcatun
rfT All the appliances ned in the treatment! of the
well-know n European Spaa are to ha found in the
hatha ol the t oltaK and experienced maaura and
opcratora are in constant attendance. ....
StmJ for Ulmttrmfd tooalat.
J. 5. McNALLY, DnmiM FaMar A seat '
14th aad Faraaaa Streeia, OauJta
SENATOR CONGER RESIGNS
New York Legislator Surrender! Of-1
lice as Aftermath of Allds Scandal.
'SITUATION INTENSELY DRAMATIC !
Arraaed Statesman Trembles as It
Makes Flaal pees-a and Hspreaara
One Regret that lie Has ot
Deaoaared "the ui."
ALBANY, N. Y.. April 5-Hising to a
question of personal privilege In the senate
tonight. Senator Ben Congir, after reading
a statement in which he declared he fully
rrallzed that as a result of the Allds
bribery charge his usefulness as a legislator
was at an end, handed his resignation to
Lieutenant Governor White, a duplicate
of which he later filed with the secretary
With ashen face and trembling hand lie
read while his fe'low senators listened
with Intense Interest and when he had
finished he sent his resignation to the
desk and quickly left the chamber.
Mr. Conger read how at a private con
ference where the qualifications of ex
Senator Allds for the position of republi
can leader of the senate were being con
sidered he was asked to declare his posi
tion and replied that 1 would not and
could not vote for him."
Conger then related how, later, ex
Senator Allds, on the floor of the senate,
denied the truth of Conger's statements
and demanded an investigation,
"So, he added, "the alternative was
presented to me of becoming a liar and
thereby remaining a member of this body
In good standing, or speaking the truth
and thereby materially injuring myself
financially, politically and socially and
bringing upon my family undesirable
notoriety and sorrow. I determined that
the only thing I could do and retain my
own self respect was to speak the truth
whatever the cost. That I have done and
forty of your number by your votes have
"I do not seek to excuse, nor do I ask
you or others to excuse the part which I
took in the transaction of 1901. The one
great and sorrowful regret of my brother
was that he had submitted to the demand
of the worst gang of plunderers that ever
Infested this or any other capital. My
wrong, and for it I have always been
ashamed, and sincerely sorry was in stand
ing by and permitting the thing to be
done instead of then and there denounc
"I am told," he continued, "that some
of your number profess to feel that they
cannot remain in the senate if I am
"1 have no desire to remain a member of
this executive body if my presence is to
give offense to any of Its members. I
realize, and from the beginning have fully
realized, that with the feeling here as It Is,
my usefulness to my district as a member
of this legislature is at an end. I cannot
afford the expense of a further hearing
and another trial, and I feel that I ought
not to Impose the expense thereof on the
state. Needed legislation ought not to be
longer delayed, and so I am going to volun
tarily surrender my office."
Senator Cobb's resolution providing for
the appointment of a committee to prepare
charges against Conger are ended by his
Trail ot Ruin
Left by Storm
in Ohio Town
Many People Injured, Homes De
molished by Cyclone of But Three
YOUNGSTOWN. O., April 5 In three i
minutes' time a cyclonic wind came and
went in the midst of a rainstorm late to
day, and left In Its wake southeast of the
city a score of Injured people, thousands
of frightened ones, ten demolished houses
and a hundred partially wrecked. The loss
is upwards of $100,000.
The storm came from the west and did
the heaviest damage in Langsvllle, where
It raztxl five houses and wrecked three
others. At Ilazelton it wrecked the power
plant of the Republic Iron and Steel com
pany works, crushing in the store and sa
loon fronts on both sides of one Btreet, un
roofed and demolished the gable of the
Methodist church, blew in windows ot the
public schools, and continuing over a hill,
uprooted trees and pulled down poles and
Miss Grace Wheat, a teacher, was try
ing to close the windows in a school house
when the wind blew In the panes of all
the windows around her and the pupils
flew panic-stricken to the hall, where a
Janitor controlled them. The home of Mrs.
Elizabeth Cox of Langsvllle was blown off
Its foundation and fell upon the home of
George llambury. Mrs. Hambury literally
threw her 6-year-old girl from a window
and Jumped herself, but neither was seri
ously hurt. The house was demolished.
Similar experiences were iiad In dozens
of homes. The Injured include George Gal
lott, whose leg was almost severed with
flying slate, and S. T. Clover, a carpenter,
who was pinned in the debris of a fallen
building. Gallott probably will die. The
others will recover.
Keep Chamberlain's Liniment on hand.
It la an antiseptic liniment and causes
wounds to heal in less time than by any
CRAZED NEGRO SMASHES
SHOW CASE IN DRUG SHOP
Rlakr franklin, Supposedly I uilrr
the Influence of a llraa,
For a quarter of an hour I aft night, be
tween .the hours of t and 9 o'. lock. Blalte
Franklin, a colored gentleman, played "old
harry" with the drug store of Frank W.
Fogg at Twelfth street and Capitol avenue.
Running Into the place about a quarter lo
t o'clock, he seized a chair, and before
either assistants or customers were aware
of his Intent, ha set about smashing the
glass cases, the windows and everything
that came In the way of his fury. When
Officers Wood and Wilson got to the place
several hundred dollars worth of fixtures
had been demolished. The temper of the
negro was then quiescent and as to the
why and wherefore ot his mad exhibition
he hadn't a word to say. "Another case of
dope," as the account was figured up at
the police station, may be the solution.
Km America Kin
Is the great king of cures, Ur. Kimt's .New
Discovery, the quick, safe, sure cough and
cold remedy. 60c and 1100 For sale by
Bralon i'rug Co.
rerslstent advertising Is the road to Big
Jeffrlea Off tor Montana.
OAKLAND. Cal., April Jatnea J. .lef
friea. accompanied hv his manaiter. Stm
Heiger, left litre todav for Itow ardetuinn.
In the Santa I'rm mountain, to h.-Min
training for his battle with Jau-k Johnson.
11 114 m Li) p) 1 2(8?
If VM MM IpMEIE
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ART STYLE 4-0
Send us one name for the Schmoller & Mueller Hand Made Piano. Think of the most appropriate
name and send it right now. Who knows but that you may be one of the twelyc fortunate ones
suggest names that will meet with the approval of the committee of judges. Don't hesitate
to read the conditions
Twelve distinct names for twelve styleB of Schmoller & Mueller hand-made Pianos that Is our present need. The Piano which has come to the
front faster than any other instrument now before the American music loving public.
Sold in every state In the Union, Canada on the north and Mexico and Cuba on the south. Wherever you find a Schmoller and Mueller Piano
there you will find a satisfied customer.
.But to date our various styles have only been known according to number. For instance, our Art Style has been sold and Is known as Art Style
Forty (40). We do not feel that justice is done to this high grade Piano, an instrument which we guarantee for twenty-five (25) years, in desig
nating it by a number.
Not on do we want a name for this Art Style 40, but we want a name for our Style 30, for our Style 20 and for our Style 10, and if we ttrlnk
best in getting out our new catalogue, we may require a name not only for each Style, but also a name for each separate style, as it la made by
us in walnut, in mahogany or in oak. .
You will see in furnishing four (4) different styles of Schmoller & Mueller Hand-Made Pianos in three different woods that we really have twelve
different Styles. So we are in the market for twelve distinctive names under which we can advertise our Pianos and by which these various Styles
will be known In the future instead of by a number, which means nothing.
We are willing to pay well for names which will be accepted by us as appropriate. We will give away free altogether $1,145 in prizes, abso
lutely free to those who, within the next three weeks, send us twelve names which are chosen by the judges as names that will express the utmost
when applied to the High Grade, Sweet and Mellow Toned, Durably Constructed and Finely Finished Schmoller & Mueller Piano. These prizes will
be given away in the following order:
Fop the IVIost Expressive Name Suggested
One Art Style 40 Schmoller & Mueller Piano, valued at . . . $450
For the next best name, one Style 30 Schmoller & Mueller Piano valued at $350
For the next best name, one Piano Cased Organ valued at $150
For the next best name, one Columbia Phonograph valued at $75
For the next best name, in cash $50
For the next best name, one Duet Bench valued at $25
Amounting altogether to a total of $1,145 worth of prizes, which we will K ive away aliaolutaly free for the twelve beat suggested names. ', "l '
Now, ns to the conditions of the contest, which you will be pleased to read plainly, bo that there will he no misunderstanding.
rirat All of the prizes above enumerated will be on display at our salesrooms in this city during the contest with the exception of the S95. which has
been deposited in the First National Hank of this fity with Mr. T. I Davis, ca shier.
Second Kach contestant Is restricted to the submitting of one name only.
Third Names may be sent in either on a separate sheet of paper or on the coupon attached to this ad.
Fourth The Judges will base their awards on the appropriateness of the names given.
rilth The Judges will be: Mr. T. K Davis. Cashier First National Bank; Mr. W. H. Ostonberg, President Scott's Bluff National Bank; Mr. Herman Peters
proprietor Merchants' Hotel; Mr. Frank M. Furay, City and County Treasurer; Mr. Dan Butler. City Clerk. '
Blstn h,very contestant, whether
BHvnuia Aimwer may ue nuDinmeu Dy man or Drougnt to our siore uy lii
6 v. m. Saturday. April 23.
Eighth The names of the successful Contestants will be announced In the
i'lease remember that the above prizes will be given away absolutely free.
name which appeals to you as the moBt appropriate name may be sent in either
Approved by the Postoffice Department
This contest was submitted to the Postoffice Department March 15th,
and was approved by the Department under date of March 18th. Thus
there will be no reason for the non-completion of this contest, and as in
previous contests, with the exception of one, which we were not permitted
to carry forward to completion, the Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co. will
do exactly as it always agrees to ldo, and will positively award the above
named prizes to thohc, who, according to the committee of Judges, have
submitted the tuelve best names. '
Nice Soft Rugs
Board of Education Looks to Com
fort Ahead of Economy in
When the Hoard of Kilucatlon met Mon
day niRht the subject wl.lch brought forth
the most debute as concerning the pur
chase of run for the Walnut Hill and
Howard Kennedy schools. James C. L.ind
sny. cliulriuan ft the committee on sup
plies, recommended that riiKH be procured
for the buildings, and I'u.il W. lCuhtu
suld thai he thought It would be much
better to buy fir.-t-cla.-s linoleum, as it
mould look as well and wear muuli lunger.
Mr. Kuhna spoke at soma length abuut
the difficulty experienced In ketplng runs
clean, whereas linoleum couiu be kept
bright and neut by a few rubs with a mop.
lir (Jrant W. Williams wa a!no !n f?vor
of substituting linoleum fur rug, and
mado an amendment t' that effect, which ;
was seconded by .Mr. KulniH. Mr. Und.ay i
arose and made a speech In favor of pleas
ing the women. He -aid that personally
he thuujtht lltn leuni belier than rugs, but
thu fair sex iiu sid. aeem to huve a
fondne.sH for lugs
'TUev like lo see the pretty rugs about,"
ha aald. "and although a linoleum cirpet
may lie better, ihev like to hn some
thing soft to put their feel on. They l;kt
to see runs about, and you know we liBxe
to iter somewhat to the women. That's
why the commute recommended the pur
chase of the rugs. I hey am harder to
keep clean than linoleum and perhapfc
won't be kept in as good shape, but tlie
women teachers like ihem. and we want
to please the women."
A roll call was taken and four were In
favor of the amendment and six opposed,
so tie uuLMtion cam.) upon the original
moiiou. whlt.ii was pasaed without a dis
A colored woman who occupies the cot
tage on Sixteenth street In the rear of
the Comeulus school, recently bought by
tho board, e ins at loss to know to whom
of this contest, then act.
For the next best name, in cash $15
For the next "best name, in cash. .". . . . . .$10
For the next best name, in cash $5
a prize winner or not, will receive one
ii . i nmi i.iiM i mail.
to pay her rent, and according to one
member of the board will not either va
cate or settle. The matter was referred to
the body'a attorney with power to act and
steps will be taken to get the occupant of
the cottage to vacate.
The bonrd voted to purchase lots IS and
IS In block IS, Hitchcock's addition for
an addition to the Clifton High school alt
at a cost of $650. This will mean that the
pupils will have additional playground.
The plans for the new shop building for
the auperfntendent of buildings were
adopted and the secretary was Instructed
to get bids for the erection of the build
ing, which, it Is roughly estimated, will
cost about 130,000. Including machinery.
The structute Is to be 67x110 feet and
will be a two-story affair to be erected
at Twenty-first and Nicholas streets. The
present plan Is lo get bids Tor the brick
work and to use old material on hand for
putting In the woodwork. The school car
penters will tie used on the Job. The board
adjourned at 4:30.
Of A Wonderful Drug
IFrom Chicago Kxamlner.)
Prof. II. Von Starck's new book, "Thirty
Years' Observations of Kczenia," contains
much that will interest the layman as
well as the scientific reader.
"in June, 1K0S," ho writes, "there ap
penrei at the Institute a woman, "3 years
old, with hair unusually Interesting, it
was abundant and long, hut upon cloe
examination two distinct growths of hair
" She said that up to four months pre
vious lu r hair was thin. (.Haggling and
brittle, with a tendency to fall out. Dan
druff and eczema of the scalp had devel
oped, which aim treated with a simple
rolutlon made by dissolving 1 ounces of
HUintone In 'a pint of hot water let tool
and add 2 ounces of alcohol.
OLIM & MUELLEM
''The result of the treatment was that
the ecsema and dandruff were eradicated,
and apparently the hair follicle"! were
revivified, for new hair appeared.
"For years I recommended qulntone
In any case of enema on any part of the
body." t Adv.. . ,
Send the name in at once, please. ::
For the next best name, in cash
For the next best name, in cash
For the next best name, in cash
copy absolutely free or the Schmoller &
e coniesiani or oy a representative.
columns of this paper immediately following the completion of the awards.
that no entrance fee is charged for participation in this contest, and that the
on the attached coupon or upon a separate sheet of paper.
The Schmoller ft Mueller Piano Co., O mall a, Neb. Contest Dept B.
Gentlemen: I desire to submit for the consideration of the Judges In
your Name Contest, the following name, which appeals to me as the moat
appropriate one for one of your beautiful, fciweet Toned, Schmoller & Mueller
My Name Is '.
My Address Is , .V . i . . . '. jn . ,
The Name I Suggest Is .. ,.
' . "
I Own a Piano Yes or No ' ' ''..
Will Become Chronic Drinkers
The NKAIj Internal treatment cures
the periodical, occasional or moderate
drinker, the habitual and exceBHlve
drinker and the nervous man who baa
to drink to keep from becoming more
nervous. It takes away all Inclination
to drink, all desire and craving for
drink by neutralizing the poison of
alcohol In the system and ridding the
blood of the poison by a rapid process
of elimination, leaving the drinker In
the same normal condition he was in
before tasting liquor, so far as tho ef
fect of alcohol may be concerned all
appetite for drink gone and he a
No Hypodormlo Injections
The XKIli Internal treatment ef
fects a perfec t cure In three days with
A Guaranteed Contract
A guaranteed bond and contract is
given each patient agreeing to effect a
perfect cure, or refund the money at
the end of the third day.
rnflli TVeak ana nervous mas
vUU I UIV whl, fn(1 ,hir power la'
KIFDIFC work and ouihful vlaoi !
1 1 t-ax T C J gone aa a result of over,
work or mental eaertion should las
GRAY'S .N'a'HVK FOOD P1LI.M. '1 hsy Willi
inaks ou tal anu Bleep sou urn a inaa
1 Boa; 3 aoiea 60 by mall.
SmEBktAM a) aIOOOW ELL BEUU CO,
Cor. lata and Bodge Streets.
OWL DSUO OOMjTAMT,
Str. Hth aaa Harass- sta. Omaha, aTsh
r.. --irir -- - 11 11 '
. . $5
Mueller Triumphal March,
answers must be in by the evening of
Contest Department D,
. A Modern Treatment
THK .NKAh IS A I'll VSICIA.VS
TI(K for the drink habit, It Is the
mo.ut modern and perfect, of known
treatments, originated by a physician,
compounded by a physician, and ad
mlniBterAd by experienced physicians.
Tho Neal Is a Physician's Curs
If you have taken a number of old
cures and gone to drinking again
worse than before, what Is the use of
taking another old cure? The Neal la
the latest, Improved, up to-date, best
three day cure In the world.
Institute or Home Treatment
If unable to come to the institute
send for the Home Treatment whtck
Is Just as effective as Institute Treat i V
ment. Call, write or phone fof" frt
book and copy of contract; Neal Insti
tute Co., O. H., 1502 South Tenth St.,
Omaha, Neb. AH' communications
ttrlctly confidential, bank reference
UPDICZ S PKIDE Or O MA at A.
This good flour cannot be beat,
lleiau.se it Is made from the very best
When the loaves, so big and browa. y
Are taken from the oven my. mamma A.
don't frown W
rlhe knows It Is the best; It has stood
the test ,
It la I'KIHK OS' OMAHA r tm
MIHS liAl'HA HARTMAN.
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