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PA.GE SIX. ._ £ j?J uwtminrrt, G, f U K U A V , .JANTJAIIV 11, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. Molllm Kftuffnuin ami daughter, Mrs, I). H. Vance ami Miss Nelle Tur- nf»y, nieco ot Mra. Kautfmau, ot Kast Orocm stroot went to PlUuburg this m o r n i n g . Tho comlorla which tho Mothers' Auxiliary, Boy ScontB Troop No. 3 arc- Klving for flrtst pri» n for Bridge-. "500" nrui Dingo at their, card party are on display at Oolde'e Hadio jStorc, East {Jm-.vf.ord avonuc. It would be "worth y o u - while" to make a trip down strop), to soft thorn. -- Advertisement. -- Mrs. Vrunk Frlol or York avenue spent tho day In IMttsburg. , Mrs-. \V. H. Bade us o£ North Pitts- bur,- streol lott this morning for Suloni. N. 3., whci-o t,lio will spond a r n o ' i t h ' w l t h Mr. Haulms, who is located llioro. Have you heard that a cold wave- fe on it't way? Does your coal iiilo need replenishing? The .Mothers' Auxiliary,! Hoy Scout« Troop No 3 aVo giving j t h r p ' j - loads of coal for second prize for brklgo, "500" and Bingo at their card party o bo held In tho Social H a l l of immaculate Conception Church Wednesday, January J3Ui. -- Advertise- ment.---ltJttnU. Mi-is K m m u Cook, n teachp-r in the rerrvopolia Illsli School, was a Cuu- n c l l f - v i l l e visitor todav. Dr. II. J. Coll ami family have moved thflr f a m i l y residence- f r o m Wcs' Peach street to ni!3 Kuce s t r u c t , M'ss WlUa Show of Ivist KiMuUs n \ e n u e spent Friday in Mount I'leaa- a n t . . J e s s e H, MUHOU w i l d .1. H. Mason attended I h o f u n e r a l .'eivice for Miss U o s f t c .Myrtle J/aytoi. Wednesday aft e r n o o i i at t'oolts M i l l s . I'Yancis .'. finlU-j- lia:i r e t u r n e d to St. V i n c e n t ' s H e J n t m n y at J.atvobe aft e r s p e n d i n g the holidays w i t h his r n o t i i e r . Mrs. K. ,1 l i u i l e y of Mori-ell avenue. G r e e n w o o d . Mr. Kdmi (loon^e v i s i t e d her -sister!-., Mri;. J. H J o h n s i' and Mrs. S. 0. t'Me'cher of U i t i o n t o u n last, n i g h t . Mrs;. r. Hoy JIoU'4 has returned fro 11 PitU"b»:p{? whise site \lsltor her bi-other-ln-l«iw and sisUT, Mr. and Mr. . Stanley H. As-lu . Mrs (. harle-i 1° H i v i n o n d and Mrs t'hirk C u n n i n g h a m It. U P n-turiK'd from Xo'-.v Kensington n f t « r -uendini? a lew "I'd like to start, u honx for aged bed bugs, just to soe if any k i n d o' charity is too silly to t ot money out o'.rlch w i d o w s like i.t/ella." TWO DEATHS FROM PARROT MALADY ARE REPORTED da.is \vilh her bro-th tor. Mr. a n d Mrs. Kuj;ene A. Bishop w;u c a l l e d hero by Uin-le, \V. A. Hirfhop. f - i u - U i w a n d sl«- (' a i e n c e Rtttner. of C h u a g n . who the tlpnth or his w i l l r e t u r n home VANDERBILT RALLY ATTRACTS CROWD Tlio C h r i s t i a n C h t i r c h . at Vain \ \ i i i t i l l e d l o capacity last e v e n i n g »!v r a l l y of Da \vson Dis-trict No. K s i y o t t o C m n l y SuucKiy School lohn I ' r a t t p i c i i d t d d n n i K t h f l .slile'i l u ' - l u d u d an a d d r e s s ! bj Hev. Percy A I'avis ot the P e r r y - | o p o l i f J I ' h r l s t l a n ( ' l u r c h . Kev. A l e x - i jn der I.olt'ov a n d U e v . WUU^ni F. i St l i t e r ot! iJawaon and Uev. J. Al. | CoKloy oi! V n n d e r b ' . l t p a r t i c i p a t e d m tlie pi otiruni as d d A . Y u u H o r n o f 1 U i w s o u . Mi'H. D. I'. llMi'twnd and Mrs. 11. C. ' . V H K I i . M i n sain;. V i v i a n ( K.IVC a r e a d i t i " . C u i t e C'. C'oi- j ( u i U t U i u c d the sous; service. ' WEEK OF PRAYER SERVICES ENDED \\Vf-k-dii} f r r v - K i-t of the- \Vet-k of r'uiyor wcr'! com 1'idod in UK- I ' r u t e : t- n n t i t u r c h c c ; of ( I n * c i t y last evening. I i i mimlioi oi ( L o i n Umiornuv I here \ i l l ne ··.iimmnrici of w h a t wa 5 ac- i')tn]il!-.hcd d u i f u p t h e wce-U. i i i c l t i d i is: t h e noon s . r v i c -, at :Kc Or.ihcuin · I l i e a t i e a n d the ( \ e n i n g incott.iw a t l se i.i \ i - i al c h u r c 1 es. The report of at'end.uie" t u « liual Mpninj!-! BhoWK t h o l o l l o p i n g : C n r l H t K t n , 121, i'l t « % l ) y t f » i ian, 100: I ' n l t o d I'rn.bytc'i i in. 7S; HaptU-t, I'l; J ' M i s t M c t H o d i h ! K;):-cc)ia), tit!; U n i t e d lii · ' t l i r e t i , T7; ' 1 ' i . u i t j L u t h e r a n , 50; Itefonin d , "-; t ' l i u t c l i o f t h e l l i c t l i - ContUiui'il from I',is v One, blamed for all the v,u.^ at a card party given by Mr. and ?!rs. boo "SV. Kalmcy, two of the vic-llu s. The KaUney.-i e n t o r t a i n - d ut bridge ju^t before Christinas, !' wa« said They had J U K I acciuired the- parrot w h i c h Inter died of priittac osls. H wah an cxtrom-ely hfuidtjouie bird f r o m Argentina and excited inn Oh curiosity. N e a r l y all tlio gueste petted the parrot, thu« exposing ti otmu'lvce to the porm, health service said The porlod of incubtit.on of tho gerni is from i-eveu to l!o daj-H, W i t h in t h l a lime 'lie d.aeaat m a v hrr»K out iu all its vlrulenc Thoreforo thoiiP w h o attended the 3 .ilnu-y party aro not yet immune to th infection. OfliciaM al-o uxpreifii I ft-ar tho malady von Id npread in New York, whor» v the o i l p l n a l !i-e,s, d p a r r o t wuh purchased by the H a l t l m ire local pet «hop. Surgeon Uenernl I ' u i n i n'tu; of the fulled StatcH 1'ubiic 11 - a l t h Sorvica dli^pnlchod o letter last n i g h t to Dr. \V. K. Wynne, Now Y u r C i t y health t o m j n t a s l o n o r , idvl«it!i, r inn of the fact Die bird came f r o m the imperial Pet Shop of t h a t city. He ofioied tho , cooperation of hta s e r v ) -e to n r e v f n t ''"'i (-.proud of the- dread l i « i a B e. Of tho right perform hero and In ( i a l t i r n o r o '·oporteil i u f u c t e ! w i t h a r r o t fever, Mr. and MTB. K a l m c y ai ' in (he most oriouB coiuhtiun. U'-. X. \V. Whit^n l l l , veterinary of t h e ft 'hop, \v ho performed an autopfr- i u tho Kahne.y parrot a f t e r 11 (lied C ii'utinan 3Cvt\ i!-o Is c r i t i c a l l y 111. Four o t h e r t i c t l n i ^ o 1 the di-c-at-e, wi,o«o tianipti were ivit ihcld by the- H a l t l t n o r u HenHli l)c[it -toient, were reportod for the fi'-at t Tests ot" t l i e l r l u n p d.hi I n g made to prove the psittacosis, hike Ur. arc- employes of t h e Hal I \Vhlt»'hlH'ri case ilrtt ' iif, p i K - u i n o i i i a but \ v h e n j spond t o proper treat in ' v\ as bepini. 1 Sclentlstfl arc r o n d n r t l n . i ; tMicteri- | olo«lcal tec! !o c o n f i r m t h e i r belie-f t h o ilisea«e i« in-ittacot^i'. ( S i m i l a r i t y -of pi-i'ta oois to pneti- , monia, t y p h o i d f e v e r ,\ id i n f l u e n z a Is l o n e of the. greatest d u u g c r j in trt-at- ing tho d Walter LTarr Dies · At Cleveland; Was Native of Dunbar W a i t e r L. Tarr, 43 years old, a former resident of Dunbar, (lied l^riday at Cleveland following/ an operation for a p p e n d i c i t l f , performed Tuesday, Mr. Tarr wna tho husband of Mrs. Ircno Jiluntlen T«rr. He writ graduated f r o m Dnnbar uoriniKh hlph achoqi am) on to red tho employ of DIP Hemet-Solcny Ocmipany In a clerical capacity. Alton!, 15 years ago he wan transferred to Cleveland. In recent years he hnd boon engaged in the in- suraileo business. Mr,, Tarr wc-s a son of Huell and Nancy Tarr, now living hi. Nor w a l k , Ohio, find wan l;orn at Dunbar. Hl« wife "was a Duabar girl and they wore married at tlu-.t place. Mra. Tarr's father, Her. M n n d o n , wne a former pastor oC tho Methodist Episcopal C h u r c h ' at D u n liar. Tlio Tftrre ware well k n o w n In the refitou about H e o t f - lnlo, Tarr and Uufl'sdale. Heriklos hie, ^s·ife nni parents. · M r Turr leavee t w o children, Ivon and Walter: two brothers, B e n n e t t oC Cleveland a n d ISmory of \Vanhiagl,on, and two stato'-s, Mary J a n e of A k r o n , Ohio, JiKirrled and Mlte Frances Tarr, ttifio of A k r o n . The f u n e i ' n ) eervloo w i l l l»o at 3 : 3 f ) o'clock Monday, J a n u a r y Kl, al S. W. M a t h e r ' s Mineral home, ^\"cel i l j t l i htreet, Cleveland. Mr. Tarr'ti futher \\ii? for 25 years hooHkecpor anl payinn*.ler for the Dunh.if F u r n a c e Company at D u n h a r . Theodore Hockey of tScottdal^ 1« ;v c o u t i n , a« id iiurKeats Harry T, JSllen- of Utinbar. DEFINITE PROPOSAL DEMANDED OF GERMANS THIC ttA(U'K, Jan. H. -Krauce :nui n ^ U i n d joii c j ! loday in 11 lr-rimi!l io ; t h t l i e r i n n n di-U-KUU ^ al (he *,i I'cunl Hague rejint .itioiiH cmiU'rciH'c i - i ' - ' t i i i t hit Ju ring" i 1 nd U,'U'rmim; .it «n · .in tfptv'Jlc i)roj,o«aih )»· t h e i i - i ' . t K i ' U M M sekl ment. 1 ' l t l l i j ) Sn MVd.'n, r i r l t K h c l i a ' H i !.!· of ( l l O OX^'h j q U l ' l 1 . IHl'l 1 I t ' l l ! I ( l l " K ) l l , French niln «ter 01 U n a u c f j o i n - d .11 a n o t e t o the C!uru,in^. ! » : n t n ( l i ' i .1 rejil/ early I his afternoon. BERKEY'S TRIAL LISTED FOR WEEK OF FEBRUARY 3 s- me yesterday. i a r g ( r are he- 'r a t l m o n t s la Whit c h i l l , all i m o r e « h o p . W;UA reported it failed to rf- f i i l an I n q u i r y P / a i L A D K M ' I f l A . . i i r i I I . - Thrr-e doctors a n d 15 senior s t u d e n t s a t t!ie I'fiin.-iylvanla A ' ' * t e t l n ; r y Hch-ool «!·« conducting U u r r J f d ov lorlment.s seok- liiK a rumedy for t h f d e a d l y p a r r o t Reception Held For New Minister Flatwoods Church rm-i of t-ui prit-e lie\ uid Mi'ii. X h. A K l d t w o o d i v, ere tendcre-d p a r t y AVedncfeday ai.ulil at Flatwoodb. Uev. MpRurgec r o ^ i - n t l . v a^-umed t h u patitoralo ol f h i 1''!U woods !!apti -t Church, succeed! m Hcv. Fowler, w h u accepttxl a. call i i o n i the M o u n t I'hvir-- ;int c h u r c h . Kev. .MeKsirgcc w at- lo- i M t C i l at U c n t l o y t i l l c hctun 1 cor.iiii;; to hit now charge. ,l:i«,por Martin was m a t t e r of ceremonies and Janicti Cl. RoblilbOU gave the address of weUoine. Mueical uumbers wore: Selections l)y William Gray and danghtcr, MifiH ^S'ellte, yr»! (jtiitrtot, conipofeod of Paul LiK'o, Clyde Brown, I'f.ul Luco and \Vutt-oii IShtir. Lunch w.it, tiorvtxl by men ol tho church. Mr. atui Mivi. Guy S. FlominK »nd John Shearer of thin place, Mr. and Mrts. Ira B l a i r ot Porrypoolis. Prof. J o h n Reek. l)i H e r i f a m i n Vn- d o r h l l l , dud IJr. K r a i .os SlubbH a r o d u e c t i t i t ; t h e i u v o s t i g i t i o n . U w a s disclosed to .iy t h a t 2J per- i-ons died of the diiu isr in T"arls In I S O - , which is, KC far , M IK k n o w n , t h e l i r M l e c o r d c d a p p e a l UK-C »f i t u (ii- M. 'i"e. The Pcsuii'sj I v i i n i a chool IK \ \ o r k ins v v i t t ) rive parrot 1 , w h i c h have been i n o c u l a t e d w i t h 'he v i r u s of th-j H o p k i n s a i 1 t h e United P u b l i c Health Hen tee are al- the disca e J o l i n S t a t e s so " t u r i j i n s Boys Arrested For Scottdale Store Robberies Two yonnp mm etvlap the n i n i t s of Waltoi- Qosgtylf, 10, of Kvetson j u c l i-Ved TVoloys, 19, of IMttAhurg. w e r e taken into cualody Friday ntjjiu, in PHtabnre, accouilngr to reports f r o m It la clalrm-d uy police tho boya ad~ Hiitttid, breakluj. Into Loucku' hard- ·wiirt' store and the M. Millr Brothers clothing ttoro, - u Scottdale, T h u t e d a y A revolver a id $165 in cash fotmil OH their peittons nt the time ot a.rr »', pollc** K i t i n . wbo TOLIODO, ()!uo. J a n . I I . -- M r s . I Pen-y W i l l i a m s , w h o died here SVcd- ) n c h d a y , w a s a v i c t i m of pji'rot fever, I a c c o r d i n g to p h j M n u - t o d a y . Her hii'ibaud, w h p is 111, ·- s u t t e r i n g Iroin the- same disease, t h e v pay. Mr. and Mrs. V ' ! H a m t returned about tlireo wcokn u ,o .liter a vacation in Cuba, b r i n n us two parrots w i t h t h e m . One o' the birds died shortly after t h e i r i . r r l v u l and Mrs. Wilhams bocamo ill hrec days laier. J t was then t h o u g h t i l i a t hhe was .suffering ironi t y p h o i d p i i p u m o u i a . WARHKN. Ohio, J in. 11.---Mr. juid Mrs. W. W. iUelittyro and their daughter, Clody, lire under (iiiiirantine here, MiU'orhiK t r o n i w h u pli.vsK-lanH be- licvc, is parrot disc toins aro sitnllar to o t h e r t.meb of the c o u u t r j . They b o u g h t a p, rrol t h a t cams i r o t n South A m e r k i i ;ind it died tivo day- Intyre %\as t a k e n i l l - h e (laughter on Dei-em mr laiiiband on J a n u a r y ii. By f i i i l c d I'l'f ·'. PIT'J'KKl III',. Jan. 11. -- K n r m c r Ju-dccc ,(o!in A HerJcoy of Sriiiu'ri p) c o u n t y w i l l face t r i a l t o r nllcj;c,i viol a t i o n of ti\ p r o h i l i i l l o t i law e it a spin ml term of federal court w h i c h IB to ' t a r t February 2. T n l l c d S'ate» Ulslrlrl A t t o r n e y Ora- hani indicated today tlif Sonictt-.t county Ikinor rinjr conspiracy i at-o w i l l be tho fii-pt heard at the HC Sal t e r m . ini [·'ebiuoiy JO, or l i n i n r J j a ! r l y a f t e r the Somerset trial, ( i r a l i a m h a l d , t i g h t allepsd incmbem of tho M'K"v,- port rum ring will be r e t u r n e d to court for si new t r i a l . P r o m l n e it Somerset p o l i t i c i a n s n n d l)U'lneEfi i n n n were i n d i c t e d w i t h B o r k o y , w h t w c term of office cxplnvl lant week. KILLS BLIND SON, TRIES OWN LIFE JACK.SON, M i d i . , . f a n . 1 1 - 8ur- c^eoiiij woi ked todfly to pavo (lio l i f e of Mr*. Wai Lev Casey, ·!. w h n " f l o t v n ' i w a n t to live," nlnee she lu'iii il her f o u r - y e a r - o l d eon and woumlod lier- n e l f . Beliovii i; she and her diiUl, K m i n e l l , blhi'1 In one eye from lilrth, were le- cornlnjj b u r d e n a l o t h e f a m t l j , Miv. L'.n-sey l a i e yeetcnlay k i l l e d her on u i l h ii s h o t g u n charge. Then .she shot hcreeU in tho breast. Cat-cy li«coveref the t r n s c d y w h e n he came uome. from hin w o r k utter hr; eon, M u r ' , IK, had .summoned him. " M o l h e r ' r f a c t i u u queer," t h o ]joy told his l a t h e r . "You'd h e l l e r come homo at once." When Casey reached ills hum e h i n won was (lend and his w i f e lay xroan- hiK o i i . l h p floor. The Miolgmi, drcd twice, lay near her. Tlielr rcportod in be o v u r Lho December ^3 Mm. Mc- next duy, b u r :!H a n d her Cold Wave Finally Envelops Region With a high w liihl p r e v a i l i n g , 3 .sharp d t - r l i n e in the tenipcraturo IUIH marked the a d v e n t of the wetttcni htorrti here. The cold, how^-vor, is not as i'Uens-e as had been rrertlcterl, f i n d ;i "i.slnj: t M i i p c r a t u r e tomorrow U the forecast. The m e r c u r y fell lo a fe-exiiiie; point In.sl n i g n t but had cllmoed to.400 do- i4rcAt b:' noon. 'Squire Coiurlienour JlemJjer 'o. C. thu a u r v l v i n B moinbers of C, National Guard of Penn- M y l v a u l a , w h o worn on duty Jt Pitls- InirK d u r i n g the r a i l r o u d r i o t s In 3877, Is J. H. Counlieuotir ol' Confluence. .Mr. CougheiHiur in ii r e t i r e d condiictov uf th« Baltimore Ohio U d l l r o u d and la HHtiu tho ollicc- ot: j u s f i r e ol' thc3 peace in hiii adopted t o w n . lit. IHckb ui D . Dr. Thumaa O. H ek», h u p t i i u t u i n l \i\ii of McKeeajwrt d i a t i i i i or t h ( Methodist Eplscop 1 r t m r c h , w i l l pruac.h at the Mot mdlst C l u m h ut Uawson Sunday :tiornlng and ;n Bryan Church hi t 19 afternoon. ,\t the close o( the prc ^chhigj Borvlc. H he will Uold. the Ih Ht quarterly 'nn£or- slice. A d i n l l i o d to n«hjl|jil, l . i l l i i i n I.eontird of South Co u l l o am) 'Lmlib K l r e v t o n e of ('oMiiolls'- s . l l o K 1 No. J liii',« IK^II ,idniltt(.'d In lli« ( X m a a l l t J v l l l o H I , i u H')S[ilta! l o r 11 ti,.taibm. Hed ( I-OHH f m p t c r . tC, J a n . 11 K e n n e t h H. 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"Tho Puneir«a{ Director Who Employs Mo A$enfs or Solicitors British Princess r Fo Cruiee Amazon C NKW HJlSK Fou, ToNE-Coix)B My U n i t e d J'lCi.-i. UJ.VIJON, .Ian. 11 --PrincesH Marie! LOUJSC, C O I l r i i l l Of Ki!l£ ( i C - O T R C J l l l f l I oito of (he tno.'it u n i . ' o m r i i t k i i K i ) am! 1 ci-emocrallc of J l t i t l s l i ro.i iiltios,, p l i i n s to leave for South Aiwrica 1 J a n u a r y ;U to Mijoy howl I tn t h e "wilds." for scv-cral m o n l h s . AmoiiR other n l a n u , fclm i n t e n d s lo tako pat t in ,L r o u n d u p ut one of th-e .great eatllo ranches and a f t e r w a r d crnibe- on the Anur/.ou Ilivor! In 19i!S, the princess enjoyed hfti-se-if hugely tn th-a African jungle, where (ilu hunit-ed bi'-i gaiuo, 'wc-a.rins "shorts" und sleopliiK in a tcivt. Phone 196 MOTOR' CO. W. Crawford Avenue, Cornells villa, P«.. Daughter Uum. ' Mrs. C. R. Hubcnthal of. Bridgeport received a card a u n o u n c l i i R the bhlli of a d a u g h t e r on December 27 at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Spoel- mnn of M u t h e r , The baby has been named Oluu'lotttj I'Y.rn and IB the- flrbt In the fiunlly, t h e other t w o c h i l - b'Mtig boys. Mr a n d Mrs. H p e e l - iriau w u i b r e u i d e n t K of U r l d i ? v p o r t . Phono 1150 pst We Forget A u i o m o b i l e and Ambultiucc WM. A. McNANAMY Funeral Director 12-1 West Apple Mreoi, C'onnolIsviJie, Pa. I'ron)j)t and Kflieiont Service 1 . Their l i f e t i m e A l n n y jjii-iK lire l i n i u » f l t up w fll the Idi'si t h i n DIP biiFincsii dl n u 1 " 1 worn- mi IH t n IIP r i i i c i u l i p t nt Hi! IJ:B, to itecp t h i r i i j i p o l n R n n t l t o c u t o t h e r n o i n e n up w n d n r p c tlietn t o Y o HP, de- clnreK n n e^eipponited c l u h w o mn la ' Babe al Brliliropoil Jfoine. Mr. und Mrs. Joseph Da'iko are tha p a r e n t s of a d a u g h t e r , boi'ii at t h a l i u m e nf Mr. and Mrs. Ktlw ird Hniitley at Uridgcport. Tho bub;- has been 1'itmod O r f t h e r l f n e J u n e . 'Mrs. Danko Wei:; before her m a r r i a g e Alis-s A n n a May S t i u t l e y , a !,u^hter of Mr. ami Mrs. H a r r y K m l t l e y o f i V y a n o a n d f o r m e r residents o l H r l d p - p o r t , ·Talks »i (H'llce Wurlu i M. .1. i l o t ^ e h of H t o l t d a l e , .supervii-,-' hK p r l n t l p a l of t H e Kii'-t H u n t i n g d o n j Towii.-l]lj» tjehool d i o t r i d , y e s t e r d a y , | 5poko on "A DayV Work In My Office" | at the confTi-'ucf' of i in 1 W c p t n u n p I l a n d C o u i t t v SiipcrvifiinK I'l i n c i p / i l r s nt I t i ' i b u i nl J$ri(l)r'!)oi-(. h a l i.prvii.i'i w i l l ))'').'iu Sum!. t v fi:.' ,it Uifc I C v a u e v l l c . I C l n u e h at .cpni t. Kev. W l l l i u i i W l n e i U uf n l i i \\i\l ;II-I-HI t l i « ' i i i t ' - s l o i , JicM 1 . I l l , h o p Hev. A l i l i e i ! hclori- e l i ; ! ic i n i n i i t r j w .u ; r i d c m oi ID M' Wo have recently purchased concrete block g p l a n t from S. M. (Jrimm, «J located on Meason Street, ^ \\\'Hl Hide, ConnellsviUe, «j I';i., and can f u r n i s h high i i a « l ¥ , .-ill si^i's concroio .stork ill A M I D « ^ i ' - hoi n , l , i n i i . r v .^ id Alii. ^S jiUii- Ht'.i\ ol Mo Coal I Supply Company 1700.

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