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THE BEE: OMAHA, TTH'KSDAY AIUIST ''.). ISUU.
SCHMOLILEE? & MUELLER
COL. BAKER HMSHES RuAD
Completes Difficult Piece of Work
BRUfpS BUSINESS TO
lamttrlil Oab Will ow
Mnarr fo Finishing Hluh
to Finishing Hllihvrar
tbt Una. Ilrcn
Exjjrtsslons of gnrsl rcrt for the de
feat -o( Colon! W. I'. baker for renoml
nation 1j the republican candidate for the
county IjoarJ of supervisors were renewed
by nmbcra. of the Commercial club Mon
day aXtemoun, wlit-ii a purtj composed of
the txe,uUve oftU ei a of the club made an
autoniobOy tour. of Inspection over the last
tit of Xh new, 1111 1 u hjch the genius of Col
onel baktr. it lu.U builder haa made
pui-lble. -Ths expi enaiona of approval wore
lne more geiifruus and sincere when It was
I eialiedt -by .-the gentlemen who made the
trip. 4. hat. lees .tbmi. a year ago they hud
tld (Joliiovl Baker he waa tiding to u.c
cpmpIimh) an , lutjivsiuty lity, when ho an
nounced lls. Intention of bulidlnit the road
they vr Inspecting.
The roudway la a stretch leading through
the ttwuiBpyriuuunii between the Missouri
river :4inl Kig Itike, and extends northward
(or s distance of six miles to "The Nar
rows, '', where the, Northwestern and Illinois
Central raiUoJus hav dad a long and stub
born llgnt. wlita the liver to prevent It
cutting- Into the. hills. Nearly the entire
distune lue track followed by Colonel
linker la.bubject to ovcfflow, and only dur
ing the dryest weatnur In the summer and
cold of winter has the roadway been avail
able, and trtounands' -of dollars' worth of
.trade was diverted from Council fluffs'
merchants to -Missouri Valley and other
smaller towns More than a year ago the
Commercial dab's - executive board told
Colonel' Baker rthab If he would build a
paxsable highway through the swamp to
"The Nrrawi" tliei'lub would provide the
money t'o oumplete It to connect-with the
old lime kiln road, thus affording access
to the city from a- large and fertile terri
tory, it was (o1 claim a fulfillment of the
promise and show, what ha had done, that
the veteran' foadmaker piloted the Commer.
cial club 'Monday afternoon. They discov
ered that Colonei iiakerohad not only found
the task far from, impossible, but that he
had constructed a permanent highway far
above the, Jigh water mark of the liver.
The extrerfro dry weatlfer and Jow stage of
the river permitted the use of the gumbo
ft om the awamp ,ltuelf, which had been
plied upih a broad, high embankment with
a surface fnlxture of sand and clay, packed
ard rolled arter1 the. rlrunher that has made
Colonel Baker's dirt roads famous all over
the United 'States. The road Is as straight
as an arrow and ai handsome as a boule
vard, and will mak one of the beat auto
mobile roada lending' from the city.
The Commercial club .has a considerable
fund set' apart tpr, the Improvement of
the highways leading: into the city, and the
club haa .really , obligated Itself to expend
enough to construct about one mile of
roadway, which ."Will, be - mostly grading
down hillsides arid filling ravines. This
work will probably bo done under the su
pervision of Colonel Baker and by the use
of the tools arid machinery- he has acquired
during ; the years, jha ha been a member of
tba countyi boara,-,m t k .,..'
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Omaha. Yonnff Women in Rtuuway
, that Threatened Serioui Result
' p 4 for Short Time.
Patrolman Bmlthyof Council Bluffs, who
has been assigned one of the new beat on
West Broadway, haa found several oppor
tunitles to distinguish . himself. , He has
proved h,lmselg to be the veritable Nemesis
of apeedlng autoruobllists and has done
trior to' 'break tip 'the praotlca than could
.reasonably "be expected of one man. Mon
day night .he prevented what might have
been a serious, IX not .faial accident, when
he stopped. a dangerous runaway. He saw
a large spirited horse attached to a light
surry, In which were two women, dashing
up the street. The lines were dragging
along the pavement and the women were
hei)ss.': "Smith ran into the street and
selftj the bits or the frightened animal
and ttiri rfrai-irMi' aeVaral rods tMtfnr h
succeeded In slopping It. One sleeve of Nils
new unirdrm was torn off In the strug
gle and 'ha received several rather painful
bruises, 'life two women tn the carriage
were the 'Misses1 Burfnan of Omaha, but
neglected to ghe'the officer their address
They were eadiy frightened, but in no
Whenever you feel -uneasy In your spec
tacle? don't tiesrtat to call and see us.
Always glad to help you. Leffert's.
MANY WORKMEN REQUIRED
TO CUT DOWN ONE TREE
Work of Improvement Brlasja lato
Play All Resources of City sad
. Telephone t'ompaay.
The trouble that, a, scraggy old tree can
make after It has been an eyesore for years
was illustrated by the experiences of three
distinct sets' of workmen engaged In their
tasks uu Washington ttvtnuv. a contractor
and Mr men engaged' in laying a cement
sidewalk on the south side of the stree
fiist encountered the old stump, when they
found It standing In the way of the walk.
It Was . not. thtir duty to remove It and
taey valitd In-the city street gang, and
three. of the huskiest members responded,
equipped wltj jaddeis. rois and axes.
The ragged crown of the tree was burled
In a mase of copper wires of the Long
Distance Telephone Company, and after
the men' had trimmed away all of the
bianchea they cbuld they notified the tele
phone company, and four men were sent to
finish ' the work, armed with more ropes,
ladders and climbers. After half a day's
work they.t the tree trimmed away Into
one strtlTht "pole that could fall without
striking ths pfea ? Then the contractor
J sent for the city gang again, and after an
hour's work th scarred trunk came crash
lnfflwn,. T)s telephone men had care
fully measltjjand left It Just long enough
to reach the Wnfy tetter mall box In the
block, . -and when it fell the box aaa
satashod. into, hundreds of pieces. When
the poaioftoa repair men come on the job
ths Mireo will . have the distinction of
having had (ho attention of four sets of
Nah.e anl Ks dene,
c 1 ''reoiPlattnmiath. Keb
Mabel- CiMia.'i-oulavU:, Keb
t. '-....... a.oux city. jj
outila LatfO-er, 6,gu Clir ,'ti
The Coonoil Staffs offiee of the
Ontki Im la st 18 Mot StrMt.
Both phoae 43.
The Clark barber shop for bs;hs.
Corrigans, undertakers. Phones IIS.
Large front room to rent. Phone ftJ.
PA CUT BEER AT ROGERS' UUFFET.
Woodrlng Undertaking company. Tel. i3.
Lew.la Cutler, funeral director. Phone 97.
FOR KXCHANUK OF REAL ESTATE
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. cirace, 204 Tenth avenue.
WE CARRY MAl.'l L.XTRACT. J. J.
Klein Co., 162 West Broadway.
Puryear's college begins Its fall work In
day and night school August 211.
ih vest in the land tn wait paper and
painting work. C. Jensen, Masonic Tempi.
Have your flames fitted or repaired by
W. Terry, optician. 411 Broadway, office
with George Uerner.
Ivanhoe commander)- No, 17, Knights
Templar, will meet In special convocation
luiiifcht lor work In tue Uiuer ot iempie.
All members of Abe L;iic:n post, Urand
Army of tfie Republic, are requwued to at
tend the runen.1 of E. M. t.lrard at 2
o ciock this aiternoon. The funeral will be
nelu Irom the residence of his son, William
CJIiard, UM Canning street.
Attorney P. W. Miller has returned from
an exttnalva trip thioughout the northwest
and Pacilic coaxt points, lie was abKenl
several weeks, and went with a view ot
comointng business with pleasure, lie re
turned greatly pleased witn ins experiences,
out none the lens satisfied witn the cer
tainties In agriculture and bualnese affairs
that abound heie.
Former Police Officer W. A. Larry, one
of the largest ir.on ever on tne torce. was
arrmtea yesterday afternoon on the charite
of running an autoinoolle beyond the speed
limits. Me went down Pearl Street at
about thirty miles an hour. According to
ne new oiuer of Chief of Police Proom, he
aa required to oenont a rush Inmri ,,t
lib and .so to cover cost of court proceed
ing. Council Bluffs tent. Nn. 82 Knlchla nf Ih.
Maccabees, will have a cluss for Initiation
on- Wednesday evening. Aucust 24. at their
II LfiiU West Brnauwav. A aeievaimn
from Hamburg tent and Mtate Commander
A. P. Lee of lies Moines will be present to
witness ana lane part In tne Initiation.
Every Maccabee. that can. Is expected to
Lulu Brown, a 16-year-old girl, was In
police court' yesterday morning, charged
with the theft of a akirt worm only a lew
cents from another young girl. t)he did
not appear to realize that she had dime
anything wrong, and told the court with
tearful eyes that she had only worn the
aarmtnt away Hum nei- iriena s honle aim
nad been negligent about returning it. Pur
easons which the court deemed wine and
ufflclent he consigned the girl to the care
of Probation Officer DeLong.
Frank Shoocraft demonstrated the appro
priateness ft Ins name wneu ne appeared
in ponce court yesterday morning cuargea
with having' stolen a pair of shoes, lie was
arrested aitrr having tiled to sell a tb
pair of hand-sewed new shoes to a second
nand dealer for 1. 'tne shoes were evi
dently the product of a tecent robbery-
ana showed mat tney hud Deen niaucn in
the weeds somewhere, for the crickets had
nibbled the leather In several places, lit
wss held for further Investigation.
John Hoffman applied to the Council
Bluffs police yesterday morning for as
sistance in recovering 6u which he moo
was stolen from him the previous night at
the Davenport house on Douglas street.
Omaha. Hoffman had carried the money
so long that he had become well acquainted
with it. There were six 10 bills, and he
had the number of each and a transcript
of about all the letters and figures on its
face. He was directed to leave his data
at the .banks and thus, perhaps, be able
to trace the money II any. ot It passed
Roy Cunningham, a pitiable degenerate,
who was sent to the county Jail on Monday
to serve a sentence of thirty days upon con-
vlclon of larceny in tne. morning session
of the police court, has become almost a
raving maniac He has had several vio
lent paroxysms and one waa thought to
be dying. He was addicted to the use of
drugs to an extrevne degree and It Is be
lieved that the suovien aiiutting on oi nis
supply is the cause of his apparent violent
Insanity. Jailer-Hill last evening filed a
charge of Ineanlty against hltn and he will
have a heating . before the commissioners
The Cavers Elevator company yesterday
began a suit in the district court for the
September term against H. K. Cochran of
Little ' Rock, Ark., to recover balances on
unfulfilled grain purchasing 'Contracts. The
petition alleges that on January 22, thl
year, uoenran ornerea iu.uw Dusneis or ino.
t white oats, . and received and paid for
all of the order except thlrty-uue ounheiH
Later he gave an order for 10,000 and
ordered shipments stopped when ,M weru
delivered. The elevator company sues tor
the value of the thirty-one and 4.000 bush
els ha failed to take, making a total of
Henry Steele, aged 60, and A. Brown, 30
year old, were sent to tne county jail
yesterday by Justice Cooper after convic
tion or stealing corn ana potatoes irom
John Btllen. allien Uvea at Fourteenth and
Broadway, but has cultivated a patch
of ground on the Island west of Big Lake,
upon which he has growing a fine crop
of corn and potatoes. He has discovered
that fraquent raids have been mad on his
crops, and flnatiy secured evidence enough
to Justiry the arrest of tn two men wnom
he proved to the court made a successful
raid on Hunday. carrying off the produce
In two large grain sacks. Both men were
sent ra the county jail for two .days.
John Hill. 7( years old. died Monday
night at his home. 740 Graham avenue, of
tne infirmities incident to oid ago. Mr.
Hill had been a resident of Council Bluffs
for many years. He served as a soldier
during the civil war as a me;uoer of the
."Ninetcentn unto Dauery. ne waa oorn in
Stuttgart, Germany, but had been a resi
dent of this country nearly all hit) life.
He la furvlved fuj' I'iim wife and alx children.
His daughter are Mr C. B. Brain, Mis
souri Valley. Mrs. C. If: Johnson, Elyrla,
U. and Miss Carrie It, Hill of this city.
The sens ai Charles W, A'atta. George L.
Hill and Ber; P. Hilt. i or this city. The
funeral will hit held t-jra the residence
Thursday at 14 c'l'it-.J-t a. m. No flowers.
Poundmaster Jackson made a record of
about twenty dogs yesterday, and an
nounce his determination of attempting to
keep clous to this figure each day In the
future until the army ot taxlesa and tagleaa
creatures are exterminated. Short shift
will be given the unfortunate victims.
Owners who have gone this far Into the
season without taking out dog licenses evi
dently do not Intend to, and the dogs cap
lured will not be kapt at the pound a min
ute longer than Is legally necessary. They
will be promptly and humanely put to
death. Mayor Maloney'a reform In the
method of administering the death penalty,
Inaugurated as one of his earliest official
acts when elected for hla flint lerm. Is still
followed. The dogs are chloroformed and
drop Into a dreamless sleep by a painless
TOMATOES. TOMATOES. TOMATOES
Can them now. Special sales Wednesday
as long as they last. Per market basket
20 cents. One quart tin tomato cans, per
dosen. St cents. Sealing wax five cents.
etc. J. Zoller Mercantile company, 100-I-4-I
Broadway. Phonea 320.
Friend. Thla great remedy prepares the expectant mother's system for the com
lag erent, and Us use makes her comfortable during all the term. Mother's
Friend assists nature In gradually expanding all tissues, muscles and tendons, It
strengthens the ligaments, keeps the breasts In good condition, and brings the
woman to the crisis in healthful physical condition. The regular nse of
Mother'! Fnend lessens the pain
when baby cornea, and assures a
quick and natural recovery for the
mother. For sale at drug stores.
Write for free hook for expectant
BSADFTrT.T) &EOTXATOB CO,
- Atlanta, Oa,
Some of Them Refuse to Accept
Amount Offered and Othen Will
The hoard of education held a brief spe
cial session last evening and heard reports
and listened to recommendations made by
Superintendent Bcverldge In connection
with the beginning of the school year on
It developed that a number of the teach
ers, tllHi-atlsfled with the salary allotment,
had refused to s!gn the contracts sent to
them and thus created severnl vacancies.
In addition to the election of Irma Walker.
Anna Van Druff. Henrietta Sperle and
Prances Wood, the latter a kindergarten
teacher, the teachers' committee recom
mended the election of Charlotte Hemmln
ger. Ora Fulmcr, Hazel Gooch, MattleA.
Phillips, Margery Turner and Anna Ken
neday, and also Miss Laura Schlbold, if
her certificate proved satisfactory.
Several of the teachers who had been
scaled down In their pay through the oper
ation of rule 5 asked to be restored. Among
them was Miss Carson, who asked that her
salary be restored to $70 after having
been reduced to J15 under the rule alluded
to. Miss Walker and Miss Jonnson had
presented similar requests, but after con
siderable discussion the board declined to
make exceptions to the rule.
The request of Miss Maude McAneney
and Miss Rupp, of the Avenue B building,
for an Increase of $10 Instead of $& a month
under rule 5 was granted when It was
shown that each of the teachers had not
been given proper credit. A general dis
cussion of the methods of determining the
ratings of teachers followed, and Superin
tendent Bevcrldge said the ratings had been
obtained by calling upon the principals and
taking their reports of the general ef
fdency of the work of their teachers, and
also by visiting the rooms and watching
the work of the teacher. President Tin
ley was a little suspicious of this method
and thought there should be some way de
vised more definite and that would be less
likely to work an Injustice to the teachers.
The teachers' committee was authorised to
fill further vacancies that might occur be
tween the present time and the opening of
Upon the recommendation of the finance
committee, following a statement of Sec
retary Hughes indicating the necessity for
the purchase of an adding machine for use
In the secretary's office, the offer of the
Burroughs company to supply a new $376
machine less the usual 2 per cent discount
and a reduction of $50 was accepted. The
net cost of -the machine will be $318. It was
pointed out that the machine was neces
sary to insure accuracy In handling the
long columns of figures connected with the
work of the secretary's office and the
The board authorised the payment of
the typewriter company that supplied seven
new L. C. Smith typewriters at $100 and
took In exchange seven old Remingtons at a
gross total' of $210. with other credits that
still further reduced the bill.
1 Railroad Checks
Break Into Great western work
Train and Make Off with
Negotiable Paper. ,
Robbing railroad boarding camp cars haa
become a new and profitable business by
Council Bluffs thieves who have developed
such consummate skill that they can enter
a car filled with sleeping men and rob
them all without disturbing them. A week
ago a car was robbed and the men lost
about everything of value they possessed
Including watches and money and some of
the provisions that the cook had prepared
for breakfast. Monday, night a car on the
Oreat Western waa invaded and a bundle
of about forty certified pay checks and $19
were stolen. The foreman reported the loss
to the police yesterday morning.
The checks are negotiable and for that
reason are very dangerous. Their payment
at the bank upon which they were drawn
has ' been stopped, and the person who
presents them there for payment will be re
fused and will have to tell where he got
them and lose the amount paid. . It will
make business men cautious about cashing
any Great Western checks except when
presented by persons they know. Th
eneexs represent a large sum of money.
as many of them are for more than $70.
YOUNG WOMEN WILL MAKE
REPORTS OF THEIR TRIP
Misses Howletto ana MeAneney to
Speak Fridsr Nlgat After Trln
to Geneva, Wis.
The two delegates, Mlsa Howlette and
Miss MeAneney, appointed by the organ
laers or the local Young Women's Chris
tlon association to attend the national
copvention at Geneva, Wis., will return
on Friday afternoon. On Friday evening
a general mass meeting has been called
to be held In the Y. M. C. A. building for
the purpose of receiving the report the
young women will make. They were aent
to the national meeting for the purpose of
getting Into touch with the greatest work
ers in ine movement and acquiring the lat
est ideas. They will have soma Important
Information to disclose, and the local work
ers want every person who Is at all inter
esiea in the movement to be present.
There are still a number of the member
snip workers wnose report cards have not
been turned tn, and all such are earnestly
urged to attend the Friday night meeting
and make their reports. It Is believed
that when these reports are made the
total membership will be found to be very
close to the greatly desired 1,000 mark.
Every woman's heart thrills at the
cooing and prattling of a baby, and
motherhood Is her highest and purent
Joy. Tet tb suffering Incident to
thla great cons animation of her Ufa's
desire, robs the anticipation of soma
of Its sweetness. Most of this can
he avoided by the use of Mother's
All Tickets Sold
by Commercial Club
Assurance Now that Large Number of
People Will Make Trip to
The Commercial club and Horticultural
congress committees detailed to take
charge of the ticket selling for the joint
boosters excursion to Harlan reported lsst
night that all of the tickets allotted to
them had been disposed of, and thnt the
special train leaving over the Great West
ern this morning will carry a large crowd.
More than 200 tickets were sold during the
afternoon and assurances were given that
several hundred persons who had not been
given nn opportunity to buy tickets In ad
vance would Join the crowd.
The train will leave the city passenger
station of tho Great Western, Main street
and Ninth avenue, at 9.30 this morning. It
will make the run tn little more than an
hour. Returning this evening It will leave
Harlan at 6 o'clock, and making no stops,
will arrive here at 7 o'clock.
Renl Estate Transfers.
These transfers were reported to The Bee
Tuesday, August 23, by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company' of Council
A. G. Decker and wife to Ina Olsnn,
lot 3, block 2. Terwllliger's add..'
Council Bluffs w. d ,...:...$ 1.H00
Sheriff to F. J. Schnorr, lot 18.
block 81, Central sub.; lot 11. block
12. Hall's add.; und4 lot 2. Aud.'s sub.
nelt swV,. and lot 1, Aud.'s sub. nw4 -
m 19-76-43. and part iH se, 31-75-43
Mary E. Palmer and husband to C. P.
Van Swerlngen, lot 3. block 13; lot
25 block 26; lot 1. block 30; lot 19.
block 42, Perry add, Council Bluffs
q. c. d
Ellxsbeth A. Martin and husband to
Anna M. Wood lot 9, block 10,
Ferry add. Council Bluffs, w. d ...
T. W. fViiuips ana wlte to Alexander
S pence, and wife, lots 1 and 2, block
J. Judson's 2d add. to Neola. w d...
Bailie London and husband to J. C.
Brsdley and Lydla A. Bradley, IolS
S and 7, block 7. Carson, w. d
A Quick Actlnfl
Whlla WAKEFIELD'S BLACKBERRY
BALSAM Is a very quick acting and pos
itive euro for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Chol
era Infantum and other loose bowel trou
bles. It acts so In harmony with the whole
system that it brings about a complete
cure with absolutely no constipation nor
bad after effects.
It con t a his no oplnm nor any ot the dan
gerous drugs that make other diarrhoeas
remedies so objectionable.
WAKEFIELD'S BLACKBERRY BAL
SAM Is harmless to the most delicate
stomach and can be given to the children
with perfect safety. . ,
Every drug store sells tt with a guarantee
to euro or your money refunded.
SI cents per bottle or three for $108.
It's best to get three bottles. It will keep
and may be needed some night when you
have a "sudden attack.'V .
47,500 .Worth of -Pianos
New and Slightly Used, at One-Half the Regular Price. There are in all just
Including Grand Pianos, Player Pianos, Piano Players and Organs. These three
Piano stores were located in the following cities:
WE HAVE NO ROOM FOR THESE PIANOS ON OUR FLOORS, and so we are com
pelled to close these Branch Stores as they interfered with our Wholesale Department
THIS IS YOUR GAIN AND OUR LOSS. WE DON'T NEED MONEY; WE NEED
RuOM so come to our big store tomorrow early and select one of .those beautiful
Pianos. $1.00 a week will pay for it, and you have an old' firm established 51 years to
stand back of a good guarantee of perfect satisfaction. '., , ' .
DID YOU EVER HEAR OF SUCH BARGAINS? , 11
Steger & Sons. $245
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PSANO C0L1PAHY
"IN THE LEAD FOR OVER 61 YEARS", . ' .
Both Phones Doug. 1625; A-1 625 , 171 Distributing Agertoles and 10 Branoh Stores
131 1-1314 Farnam Street, Omaha
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Western Land-Products Exhibit
be held in Omaha Jan. 18th to 28th, 1911
Will show how several million people can
better their condition
IN EVERY City of any size we find hundreds and even t
thousands who are not getting results commensurate
ability and the amount of work they are
Then there arc a large number of people who are neither educated '
nor trained who deserve to fare better than they do.
The solution to the problem lies in the populating of that wonder
ful section known as the "Golden West."
The stories-that have been told about this wonderful section are true; they are not.
exaggerations, in fact, they are in most instances the very opposite, because, when you dis
cover the vast possibilities that nature holds in store on the other side of the Rockies you
will gauge people by your own experience in the east and then you will know that the
truth in all its vastness will make your story seem like a fairy tale; and when you tell
' others you, too, will hold the most wonderful stories in reserve.
Just to show how some succeed read the following; S. L. Bennett, 2 miles north of
Medford, realized, in 1908, from 2Vi acres in Newton Pippins and Ben Davis apples, 3,500
boxes of merchantable fruit which brought $5,250 or $2,100 per acre. Right in this section
there are acres that produce $4,000 worth of fruit at -average prices in a 6ingle season.
It's hard for the average easterner tp grasp this story as a real truth when he has fre
quently 80 or 160 acres, all of which do not net him $4,000 in two seasons.
The Omaha Bee and
The Twentieth Century Farmer
wish to convince the people about the wonderful possibilities of the west and they are back
ing up the Western Land-Products Exhibit because they realize that an exhibit of this kind
will show people more of the real truth about this wonderful section than any amount of
pure talk. And their real interest in the upbuilding of the empire is due to the fact that
they realize that it is upon the west that Omaha must depend for its future progress and
THE PIANO STOCK OF
SALE IN OUR OMAHA
4 MmU rade
I3EB. ; DOIV CITY,
This Is a Chance of a Lifetime.
You Can Buy a Fine Piano
Guaranteed for twenty-five years, during this sale at
duction worth your while to consider.
BUY THESE AT YOUR OWN TERMS:
Schumann S 90
Price & Teeple $160
Kranich & Bach:. . . . .$210
Kimball .... ...$135
IA.; QEHIS0I1, IA.
Ivers & Pond. . .
Chiekering Bros.. . . .$215
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