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THE WASHINGTON TBEES. TUESDAY, MARCH 14,' 1916.
BILL FOR, SANITARY.ALEXANDRIA NEEDS
BOARD IN ML HITS
All Water, Sewerage, and Drain
age Systems Taken Out of
Hands of Municipalities.
NEW CORPORATION CREATED
.Takoma Park, Kensington, For
est Glen, Mt. Rainier, and
Postoffioe Department May Ex
tend City Delivery Service to
All existing and contemplated water,
sewerage, and dralnago systems' In
Maryland towns adjacent to the Dis
trict of Columbia are taken out of tho
hapdg of tho different municipalities
onfl placed In tho charge of a commis
sion by a bill now pending In tho Mary
'An lmmcdlato effect of the bill Is to
halt temporarily tho plans for the.
building of Takoma Park's new 3,600,000
gftllon reservoir and settling basin. The
council of tho town already lias callod
n special election to authorize a $25,000
bond Issuo for tho purpose.
Tho commission Is to bo known as the
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commis
sion. It will consist of three members,
ono to bo appointed by the county com
missioners of Montgomery county, one
by tho commissioners of Prlnco George
county, and tho third by the governor
The areau which will bo In charge of
tho commission, Is created as a special
corporation by tho bill. It extends as
far as Brrtdloy Hills, Garrett Park.
Kdgewood, Whcaton. and Burnt Mills,
In .(Montgomery county, and Borwyn,
Branchvillc. and Lanham, In Prlnco
Systems Affected by Bill.
Tho municipal water and sewerage
systems of Takoma Park, Kensington,
.forest Glen, Mt. Kalnler, ana Hyatts
ville aro well within tho territory, and
If the bill puBscs will no In the sole
charge of tho commission.
Tho commission Is constituted a body
corporate with power to nuo and be
ucd and to do any and all corporate,
acts to cairy out tho provisions of tho
Power to condemn land within or
without tho area, to construct water.
tewcrago. and dralnugu systems, and
to tako over, collect water rents, and
cperato all existing systcma Is euo
Existing water and sewerage systems
wjll bo taken over by purchase b the
commission, and tho commission will
aotermJno tho terms under which present
systems will connect with the systems
to be created by tho commission. Au
thority aUo Id given to compel proper
ties to connect with tho iystrm and
to promulgate plumbing rules and reg
ulations. The arcn In tho Washington suburban
sanitary district In to bo divided by
the i commission Into sewer districts,
nn.d tho question of constructing yn-'
.ten's 'In each one is to ho refocrcil to
the Qualified voters of each district. .
Would Issue Bonds.
Whcro the vote is favorable, .funds
arr. to bo provided by iho issuance of
bends by the county commholonerH of
the counties nffectcd. The county cont
mlhsioncra aro l (quired to Issue such
bonds upen the request of the commis
sion. In Takoma Park this will have tha
effect of disfranchising all resident
property owners whe do not vote In
Maryland, and allowlnst voter-) in tho
Btato Who do- not own property to par
ticipate, In the election.
Tb commission also Is authorized to
enter Into agreements with tho District
of Columbia authorities to ubo thoTsow
ers of ho District of Columbia. The
consent of Congress will bo required for
Water charges aro to be co'lorlcd ty
the commission, and arc to be a first
Hen upon property In the area cov
An Initial bond issue not to exceed
K5.000 In each county is nuthori-s-jd
without a referendum vote.
Jn cases where cxlstln systems aro
taken over bv the commission til out
standing bonda aro to bo aflsumed by It.
Board Must O. K. All Projects.
The construction of any additional
water, sewerage, cr draln:igo systems
without tho written consent of the ccm
tnlisloii is prohibited.
In view of tho radical changes made
by tho hill, action on I'akomu. t'arU'
new reservoir and settling basin will
have to be deferred, as It is not certain
that tho commission. If created, will ap
prove the nlntiB.
J. S. Uorsuch, resident engineer of the
Maryland State board of health at
Hyattsville. stated that the commission,
if created. II rat will give attention to tho
construction of n water oystom in
Prlnco Georgo county, whore it is urg
The bill was introduced by Delegate
lilamord of Prince George county. It
is now being considered by thn hvnieno
committee of tho Maryland House of
Delegates, Dr. John Gardne- and l)lo
gate Van Horn aro t le memoors of tho
committee from Montpomerv and I'rlnco
tii'orgo counties, rcmecthvly.
Privilege to Administer
,S. A. Brady Estate Sought
The privilege of administering tho es
tate of Sarah A. Brady, valued at 122.090.
Is sought In a petition filed today In the
Probato Cdlirt by tho heirs. .
Z. Maurice Brady, a son, is recom
mended to tho court for. administrator.
Tho petition snow, iimi . y. in
tho father, died August lastt. leaving
a will bequeathing all his estate to his
widow. Sarah A. iJrady. who died Feb
ruary 23 last. without leaving a will.
Tho estate Includes 774 acres of. land
at Mil . MdV value? ut JWMs IWo
K and pcrsonaTproperty valued at
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Brady. Alice G. Van Geuder. and How
Subject, of Lecture Series
"Constructive Eugenics" Is the sub
ject of a series of seven lectures which
on successive Tuesday evenings at 8
o'clock, beginning tonight and continu
ing until April 2C. , , ,
The llHt of cpeakers Included Dr.
Alexunder Granam Bell. Paul Popenoe,
flf tho American Genetic Association ;
Prof. Roswcll U. Johnson, of tho Uni
versity of Pittsburgh: Alexander John
on. Held Bocrctury. commlttoe on pro
vision for the feeble-minded. Phlladel
phln, and A. 13. Hamilton, of New York
Kteo codrse tickets may bo secured
at the educational office of tho Y. M.
C A., or by addressing Thomas W.
Walton, Mllrector of education at tho
Y. M. C. A, building.-"
ALEXANpntA. March H. The Post-
nttt nnartmnt 1 considering a nrop-
osltlon to extend tho city delivery serv
ice to Rroddock Heights. uottar i-aric.
nnA nihnr rmrtlnnt of surrounding ter
ritory recently annexed by tho city.
Recently the department asaoa ur.
W. M. Smith, city postmastcn to report
Mnrflllnni In Ihn Jorrltorv which It Is
desired to bo served from tho city of
Thero are approxlmatealy 1.200 per
sons In the territory which It Is desired
t. l HMAnna. ... 0va twn
dclvorlcs dally, ono leaving tho city of-
tlco at 8 o'clocK ana mo pincr ai .
it uiii h ii0rimtrv to emnlov two ad
Discussion of tax bills passed by the
session of tho legislature lust adjourn
ed featured lost night's meeting of tho
chamber of commerce. Th members
expressed thcmsolves as pleased that
tho burdens Imposed upon the cities
wore not greater.
Tho cltv council tonight will discuss
several Important questions concerning
iiu imnrawmtnti in roads and tho In
stallation of a police and firo-alann
At a meeting of tho board of police
commissioners tomorrow night two va
cancies will bo filled, caused bv tho
resignation of Offlcora Novltt ami
Mrs. nichard J. Mumford died this
morning at her home In Queen atreot.
She Is survived by her husband and
Officers were elected last night by
Alexandria Lodge, No. "8tvB-nVnlT
Elks, as follows: George W.BonU
exalted ruler; Dr. Thomas B. Cochran;
estcemod leading knl?hti . nvM
Georgo Schworxmann, esteemed loyal
knight: Maurice II. ,H!W0S5;?k:, C,V
teemed lecturing knight; Walter M.
Donnelly, secretary; Herman Fried-
I lllcr; Raymond Blumenfcltl, trusteo
lor inroe yeuru; umucs " 4-....". -tiring
exalted ruler, representative to
the grand lodge which will meot In
Baltimore in July, and Jacob Ilrlll,
past exalted ruler alternate.
The State corporation commission
has granted charters to the follow
ing Alexandria concerns: The Nation
al Loan and Construction Corpora
tion, with 110,000 minimum captal, to
conduct a building and loan associa
tion, C. 13. Nlcol, Jr., presldont, and
Gardner L. Boothe, secretary; the
Green Itldge Valley Orchard Com
pany, with a capital stock of $500.
000, Frederick Mertens, president, and
Otto G. Raymond, secretary both of
Tho city gas committee opened bids
last night for the yearlr supply of
coal for the city gas plant.
An ttffnrt la halmr innrip. hV the
Alexandria Light Infantry, officially
known as Comnany G. First Regi
ment, Virginia volunteers, to recruit
lip HtreiiKin up 10 iuii war comple
ment of eighty-five oven. The presont
strength of the company Is Klxty men.
sqrgeanr Allies, u. . a., mm. tit-en ue
tailed to glvo special instruction In
CHOIR OF 60 VOICES
TO SING AT HIGH MASS
Hymn to St. Patrick Will Be Rend
ered at St. Patrick's Church.
We have 'planned to make the March Black Arrow Sale one of the busiest and most attractive events in the history of this regular once- ''
. a-month sale. Every department from basement to top floor has something out of -the ordinary to offer every table and counter is piled high
' l with a wealth of bargains in seasonable spring merchandise. You'll be missing a chance to make your money stretch to its utmost limit if you
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Accompanied by a full orchestra, a
mixed choir of sixty voices will render
the hymn to St. Patrick at the solemn
ilgh miss at St. Patrick's church on
tho patronal feast day. It has been
decided not to lssuo cards of admission,
but Mgr. Russell has Instructed ushers
to care for all who attend tho service.
A feature of the musical program
will be tho rendition of Gounod's
"Credo," by tho combined mixed and
sanctuary choirs, accompanied by tho
two organs and tho orchestra. R. Mills
tillby and Miss Jessie Glonnan will con
duct tho choirs.
Archbishop John Bonzano, tho papal
delegate, will preside at tho mass, and
will be assisted by prominent pastors
of tho cltv and by professors from tho
Catholic University. After tho mass
tho people of Washington will bo given
an opportunity to meet the archbishop
in Carroll Hall.
Girl Shirt Waist Makers
Attack Strike Breakers
kkw vonK. March 14. Fifty striking
girl' shirt waist makers early today way
laid tho night forco or uerKowuz uros.
plant as tho strike breakers emerged
f.Am it,, fnrtnrv. nttacklng With clubs,
rooks and hat-pins, ....
Police reserves waraeu on iim-pm
attacks and arrested six strikers.
."ROTH NIDFS OV MSVENTM STHKETH
(.BOTH SIDKS or SEVENTH BTRBBTV
50c New Process
Gnnk MtV PriOAna LltlO
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ium, 8-qnarter widths.
lengths from 3 to 12 square
yards. Light and dark colors;
tile and parouetto flooring da-
lenty of the same pat-
torn, sufficient to cover hall
ftQ. 7d ...........
ing Arbutus Per
fume, true floral
odor; ounce bot
tles. Black Arrow
STORE HOURS: Open 8:4!$ A. M.; Close 5:30 P. M.
"It Pya to Dl jEk" OoldBipgV
SEVENTH AT K
Women's 25c Fiber Silk Hose
Women's Fiber Bilk Hose, seamless foot, double heel and toe; lisle
and white; subj ect-to sngni impsneoiions.
garter tops; blaok
Black Arrorr Bale
thread iluck Tow
Hag-, with name
center: for hand,
roller or tea tow
ols. Black Arrew
Tarda .... ZuC
(Limit, ten yard
"Women's Bungalow Aprons,
of gingham. In assorted
checked effects; open-back
style; alio made of light
atrlped" percale, button In
front; wide belt and kimono
sleeves; full cut sixes.
Bbiek Arrew Sale QQa
price -. OtC
a - Month
Black Arrow Sale
A Store-wide $
Occasion for i
A Remarkable Black Arrow Sale of
Women's Spring Skirts
Several hundred Women's and Misses' New
Spring Skirts enter tomorrow's Black Arrow
Sale marked at a price that will make you glad
you supplied your Spring skiH needs tomorrow.
They arc fashioned of all-wool French
serge and storm serge, in three of the prettisst
and most stylish models circular, flare, and
pleated effects. Well tailored and finished.
Colors are navy, black, Belgian blue and reseda.
75c Motor Veils
Motor Veils or extra qunlity
chiffon, hemstitched ends; In black,
wniiu ana colors.
50c Neck Ruffs
Keck Ruffs of mallno and dotted
chiffon, ribbon trimmed ends; In
black, white and colors.
19c Cape Collars
Cn dc Collars of swiss. round and
pointed bade styles; some trimmed
with lace anu oincrs tucKca.
Vtstces of sheer organdy, somo
r tucKcu, otners nemsuicncai nai or
1 nlnltprt-hnnk- collnrs: larcc assort-
inont or pleasing siyics.
Boys' 25c Blouse Waists
Iioys' Washable Dlouso Waists,
with collars attached, of madras
anil cnamnray; sires 6 to 12 years.
price, tow for.
Women's 75c Union Suits
Women's Gauze Lisle Union
Suits; low neck and sleeveless,
tuped neck; laco trimmed or tight
Knee siyies; ail sizes.
Women's $1.25 and
Women's Boudoir and Htrap (Slip
pers, with and without heels; sixes
i'j to 7.
Blaek Arrow Al-
price '' -' VV
Boys' $1.75 Shoes
Little Doys' Uutton and Ulucher
Bhoea, of sun metal leather; sizes
10 to 13& I
Black Arrew A )A
Men's $1.00 and $1.25
Men's Augusta Mills 'Lisle Thread
Union Butts, made with . 'short
sleeve and ankle length drawers!
patent closed crotch; mostly all
Men's 15c Hose
Men's Maco Cotton Hair Hose,
made with doublo Inserted heel and
toe of linen; black, white and plain
colors; slight imperfections.
Black Arrew flA
nrlce, 4 nnlrn.. rf "i
Men's 39c and 50c Cans
Men's All-wool, Hprlng-wclght
Golf Caps; medium and dark pat
(Men's Furnishings Ocpt.)
PROFIT BY THIS
Don't Waste Anothe- Day.
When you arc worried by back
ache; By lamenesB and urinary disor
Don't experiment with an untried
Follow Washington people's, ex
.Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Here's Washington testimony.
Vcrifv it if vou wish:
Mrs. C. H. Collett, B4 Florida Ave.
N. W., Washington, says: "For sev
eral years past I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills, whenever I have been
in need of a kidney tonic and have
never failed to receive relief. When
I overdo, it affects my kidneys and
brings on attacks of the trouble. At
times, tho pains are very severe in
thn smnll of mv back and I find .t
difflcult to do my housework. I have
a tired, drowsy feeling and am mls
prnhln all over. Doan's Kidney Pills,
which I get at O'Donnell's Drug
Store, fix me up In qulcK order."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mrs. Collett had. Foster-MllBurn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Advt.
.Black Arrow Sale
Good Quality Whlto Basting
Cotton; four spools oc
Warren's Hllk Featherbone,
black or white; regularly
10c yard Oo
Japanned Wire I!a!rptn,s,
good quality; regular 3c
papers; 5 papers Be
Sc Wash Cloths, sanitary
knitted kind; three r6r...l0e
Good Quality' Dress Shields,
light weight; well made;
Tot Head Hat IMns; two for le
CO-Inch Tape Mcnrurcs, metal
tipped; -5c kinds sc
20c Bath Soap
Armour's Peroxide Bath Soap;
large six-ounce cakes; sold regu
larly at three cakes for 20i
price, 3 cakes..
15c Cold Cream
American Beauty one "ounce Jars
Cold Cream; jrood quality toilet
15c Talcum Powder
Wistaria Talcum Powder, high
grade puro talcum; delicately
Women's 120 Vests
Women's Gauze Vests; low neck
and slooveless. taped npek- nlnln
nnrl fnnnv vnknii? rItbh i fi n- 1
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A Black Arrow Sale of
Men's $12.50 to $15 Suits
To brin an early crowd of men and women
who buy for their men folks we've arranged a spe
cial sale of Men's Suits that for sensational value
giving has not been equaled for some time.
A maker's overproduction of 180 suits all
of the most desirable quality, but only a few of
Excellent variety of dark colors. In plaids, stripes a'nd
mixtures tailored In English and conservative models,
lined with best serge and alpaca. Rlzcs in the lot from
SJ to U.
A Black Arrow Sale of Men's Pants
HEN'S SEPAUATB PANTS, of fine worsted mater
ials, in neat stripes; extra wen lanoreu i
and finished. BIz-i U to 41. Values worth
4.00, U.Ti ard U.OO a pair. Specially priced
for this one-day sale at, pair
Men's UlothlnK Dept Foarth Floor.
All-wool Serge Dresses
Here's a Spring dress opportunity that
comes. bu,t seldom. Economy-wise shoppers,
'in quest of new, smart dresses for Spring wear,
should not mfss this chance to save money 1
New, smart and practical dresses of all
wool French serge and men's wear serge, In
several jaunty tailored and trimmed models
that represent the most approved fashion ideas
for this season. Colors are navy, new brown
women. Black Arrow Sale price, $3.95.
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19c Corset Covers
Stamped Corset Covers, one-piece
sllp-oyer style; sample designs;
aiampea on gooa quality nainsook.
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50c Corset Covers
Batiste Corset Covers. In pink only;
trimmed with wide organdy Inser-
. tlon, and val. lace In back and front:
also made with sleeves and finished
Girls' 75c Dresses1
Girls' Olngham Dresses, pretty
pink and Hue plaids, with plain
color collar, cuffs, and belts; plaited
niria; iiea i 10 it years.
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69c Middy Blouses
Girls' Middy mouses, of white ma
terial, with navy and Copenhagen
nlu striped collars, cuffs, and
pocket; all sizes from 6 to :o years
Black Arrow M A
9nie ISMji "H II I III
Third fioor Juvenile Section.
Women's Nainsook Combinations. '
corset cover trimmed with laces,
embroidery and ribbon; drawers fin-
isnea wun lace coutinga; all iss,
Women's 50c Hose
Women's Fiber Bilk Hose, seam
less foot, doublo sole, high spliced
hrel and toe; garter tops; black and
Women's 50c Vests
54-'nch All-wool ninck Cb-v'ot.
f good wclRht for skirls, sill"
Boys' $1.00 and $1.50
Tlnvs' Jtothers' Friend Was.h
Suits: white nnd colored fabrics:
all styles and designs; sizes ?' to
k year 01 age.
Women's Uauzo Llsle and MUK
Lisle Vests, ftw neck and sleeve
less; French band and crochet tops;
slight imperfections; Bizes 4, &
Women's or Children's Colored
Initial Handkerchiefs, dainty plnlc,
blue, or lavender embroidered Ini
tials; good quality, with hemstitch-
price, tx for...,
Bnvs' $4.00 Suits
Uhii.I 1n.n.. flu nmltvuiwl QlllS YVltH
two pairs of pants; spring .weight
" nnd now nntterns; yoke Norfolk
. Incket and knlckerhocVor pnt- full
., I'rwi and taped; sizes
"'tu .irrow tPI Ufll
.. It no , .. "' !'.
Boys' $1.50 and $1.75
Jloys' Knickerbocker Tants, or
nnvv blue scrno and nuro worsted
a . . " - . -l. i
T mnteriau; sizes it to it years.
Men'a or Women's Umbrellns,
good quality American taffeta cov
ers with wide taped edgo: 20 and
-S inch sizes; Paragon steel frames
una ueHiran:e nanaics.
Vomen s Handbags, black leather
finish; ulso vclvot and silk; many
civusn snapes; well-made nags,
Cameo Urooehrs, pretty designs;
gold-p-'atcd mountings; dainty Etruj-
Boys' 50c Hats
Boys Rah rtah Ha,ts. of fancy ma
terials, suitable for boys and chit-
aren rroni s to s years of age.
Women's Muslin Chemises, made
Wltrt nifTiA aiillvtt nalri ar.Jk M...I
...... i...u .u(iu mvv") SaVVU l(UM
liy inaicriai; au iscs,
C0-Inch Gray Mixed Covert Suit
ing, snrlng weight, stylish fabric
tor iuiii ana sKiris.
40-Inch Silk . and Wool Poplin,
rich lustrous grade: black and cream
89c Storm Serge
50-lnoh Cream Storm Serge, with
neat pencil stripe ot black.
27-lnch Swiss Embroidery Floun
cings. In scores of pretty patterns,
In open-work designs; heavy scal-
Infants' 1212c Hose
Infants' Fine Ribbed Cotton Hose,
seamless foot, double heel and toe;
black and colors. Sizes up to Stt.
Hlnok Arrow -r.- C?
price mr' - J
Women's Sateen Petticoats. In
navy blue, green, Copenhagen blue
and brown; made with stylish plait-
cu nouncest an lengms.
Children's Rompers, of ginghams
, and chambrays, In stripes, checks,
and plain colors; with and without
collars; elastic and beach knee
SUnch tngcloth, fine, soft-finish ..
quaiuy; iuii u-yara pieces.
Black Arrow Pti
'le Tl Tail f f r
mice sr" ji .
15c India Linon
Much White India Llnon, floe, 4-
19c Pajama Checks
M-lnch White Pajama Checks, '
for, summer undergarments; soft On- '
Black Arrow 4 f
Sale BSK.aK i
irlce W7JL1I .
19c White Swiss
40-lneh Imported White Swiss, ex
tra 9ne quality, for waists and
19c Plisse Crepe
W-inch White Plisse Crepe, soft-
nnlsh grade, lor unaergarmenu.
15c Colored Ratines J
27-lnch Colored RaUnea. In nary
blue, cadet, light blue, pink. tan.
brown, gray, rose, etc., etc
25c Colored Voiles
40-Inch Colored French Voiles, fine
WA.ti .iiv. In nlnk. ftaah. Co-
fcu-4.J iMm. . "- r"- i"i ii
penhagen, lavenoer ana nsni uiuo.
50c Bordered Voiles t
45c Table Damask
fiO-lnch Mercerized Table Damask,
rich satin-like finish: choice of six
10c Bleached Cotton
JS-lnch Bleached Cotton, a tine,
closely-woven grade, for undergar
5c Cotton Laces
Fancy Cotton Laces, good wide
widths; for trimming lingerie, .etc.,
Gold-plated Reauty Pin Sets, pret
ty embossed designs; strongly mado
net or twelve pins.
.00 Tub Silk.
SS-lnch Strine Tub Silks, all silk:
extra heavy grade, for men's shirts
and women's waists and dresses.
Largo assortment of color combina
price,. ........ .
Japaneso Drawn-work and Em
broidered Centerpieces. 2t inches
round and square; scalloped and
lllnrk A now
Snle 4alSsta2baM I
50c All-Over Laces
36-Inch Shadow All-over Lace, In
white only; effective designs; for
waists, guimpes, oic.
I'K A I
10c & I2V2C Embroideries
Good quality Embroideries. Swiss
and nainsook; edgings. Insertions,
beading edges, ana gabloons; pretty
blind and openwork and baby pat-
price , ,
.v .. rAmmJt ITaIIaM wMtA .Hd
tinted grounds: with neat floral bor-
39c Wash Net
JJ-lnch Wash Net. close mesh
qauallty; In white, cream and ecru
mmwo'', " iJm
39c Lace Flouncings
18-Inch Oriental Lace Flouncings.
white and ecru colors; beautiful de
niack Arrow jC-
I2V2C and 15c Laces
Heal Linen Cluny Laces.
ilte and arablan
tvi n HL. InirhAR
shades; for trimming scarfs, cur
tains, centerpieces, eta
"Star" Dance Folio
Now "Btar" Dance tollo, contain
ing all the latest dance music; neat
pric.ii .. 7-r
(MUSIC Jepi.. uuicmonw
75c Bleached Sheets
81x90 Beamless Dleached Sheets, T
heavy llnen-flnUh quality; slightly T
M-lnch Percales, llrht grounds. T
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wun ncai vuiorcu siriico, viii:n,
aoia ana ngurrs.
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