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ri?c Maa'i More?Official Weatker
Report?Fair.
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D. J. Kaufman, Inc.
1006 r?. Are.
616 17th M.
COAL
OF QUALITY
Best Grades of Anthracite and
Bituminous?Lowest Prices.
GEO. W. RUE a r" *"?
I'honf 1721>
met itm ptodr we male. bat tba wrrim
? f (iff. iumi our wjcce*.**
THE ANDERSON PR1NTERY
(Kgulty Mvlaga Bask BNg.)
1407 N. Y. A?e.t 1st Floor, Rear
I'fconf Maia -.6S4.
-- Beer -Wine
? "chut I'ft' fonnnlaa and instructions frr making
at b?>iae rye whjkj. real beer*. and choice ninety
including maau >g an-i operating homa atilL
t t-J ILCit fublCT.) 1U IMCMUlti Uill lUs
? Ming bauiita. K?ral goods; do substitutes;
I ("?'??rtic*. rules formula may be lavatuliy sent
'.brought du;K Sent oo receipt of Or?check,
tionn (v^kr. cash. or stamps. Act quick. Bill
in Congress >t? prohibit aa'e of Iqtnv recipes.
II \LTIHOHK FOnill l.A COill'AAY,
131.1 Mt. Royal. II\I.TI MdlU', MU.
<1*
LOANS
HORNING
?jfsntonts, 'Aatcfces, Jewelry
South End of Highway Bridge
Uuala-u Transacted biclualvely
Tlrrr.
Take r?m a- 1-th street and
Pennsylvania irraur for aoaath
nd nf IIIkjw jr llrldge. Kara ?*?
' ?eh nay.
SCREEN
% Doors
SPECIAL
SALE
10?r OFF
LIST
So rxchunsca;
No C. O. D.'a
(.rt Correct
Mranurf
I'honr M. M)?*l
We deliver any
h here.
SMALL'S
713 7th St.
f Do You Know i
I That You I
Can Save Money ?
By Baying That y
* Electric Fan +
? NOW? ?
f
All Fans Reduced for
Quick Clearance
?
? ' MUDDIMANu I
k 1204 an G St. 616 on 12th St. '
G.W.U. SUMMER
SCHOOL GROWS
Enrollment Nearly Fifty Per
Cent Greater This Year
Than Last Year.
Enrollment for the session of the
George Washington University Sum
mer School, which hag just come to a
close, showed a gain of nearly 50 per
cent over that for last summer. Dr.
William Carl Ruediger. dean of Teach
ers' College and director of the sum
mer school, announced last night.
Registration in the department of
arts and sciences during the season
Just closed was 459. as against 308 for
last summer. 230 for 1917, and 166 in
1916, when the summer school was
started. TTie law school also showed
a phenomenal growth in enrollment
during the season just closed. Tne
registration was 208. as against 75 last
summer.
The following lcasses are beinj car
ried beyond the regular session of the
summer school: Philosophy, taught
by Prof. Richardson: first-year Span
ish, Dr. W. c. John: first-year French.
Mr. Teillard: second-year French, Mr.
Teillard: conversational German. Prof.
Schmidt, and library science. Prof.
Schmidt.
THE TOWN CRIER.
A moon light hike, public invited.
will be held tonight from Elkinsj
Station to Great Falls.
Xew Church of the Holy Rosary.
Third and I streets northwest, will'
hold a lawn fete tonight.
Kalllpoli* Grotto I* giving nn ex-j
curs;on to Chesapeake Beach today.
A picnic for Walter Reeil wound-'
ed will be held at 5 p. m. today at'
the Red Cross Comfort Home, near!
Lincoln Memorial.
Demonstration of the bent canning
I methods will take place at the Po
; tomac Park gardens from 3 to 6
' p. m. today.
I Open forum discission at Trinity
I Church. Third and C streets north-1
; west, continues tonight at 8 o'clock. |
War Camp Community Service
will give an entertainment tonightj
! at 8 o'clock at 140S Pennsylvania |
I avenue.
A nodal and dance Im on the pro
gram for 7:30 tonight at Trinity
I Parish Hall, Third and C streets!
j northwest.
i An entertainment trill be given
in the Liberty Hut lobby opposite
j Union Station at 8 o'clock tonight.,
Walter Reed K. of C. will ntage a
post dance tonight at 8 o'clock. I
j (iOTernmrnt Recreation League
will give a dance tonight at 8,
o'clock at the National Guard Ar- j
mory. Fifth and L streets north-'
west.
IKaatern High School** community
orchestra will play tonight at the
i school. Eighth and Pennsylvania
j avenue southeast.
| Columbu* Country Clah announces
ja dancing party for members and
! guests tomorrow evening at its
| clubhouse at Fort Berry. Va.
Rev. Dr. William (intea will
| speak on "The Wonderful Workings
I of the Human Heart," at the Davis
j Men's Mission. 38 Myrtle street
northeast, tomorrow at 8 p. m.
The colored citlaena' committee of
Jthe Boy Scouts will hold a meeting
iat 20 Georgia avenue, this evening
at 8 o'clock.
Final Clearance
Aft
of all
Spring and Summer Shirts
and Neckwear
Beginning tomorrow morning every summer shirt and neck
tie in stock will be closed out at almost wholesale prices.
Fast-colored Madras Shirts that sold regularly tfO OC
?t $3.0Q each. While they last. VUiVV
75c and $1.00 Neckwear, 49c
3 for 91JS.
Jas. Y. Davis' Son
1201 PENNA. AVE. N. W.
Auto Now Replaces Sandwich Man
The "flivver" has overtaken the old-time one-horse lunch wagon in Washington. This innova
tion is the idea of two Washington girls \vh<* fitted up the traveling buffet lunch themselves. This
sandwich wagon flits about town with a tempting array of edibles and does a rushing business
wherever it stops.
COMBINE FIXES
PRICE OF MILK
Senate Subcommittee Told
Of Association to
Regulate Supply.
" Washington milk and cream con
sumers. through the lack of remedial
legislation, are at the mercy of local
dairymen."
Herman E. Ganch, president of the <
Bellevue Dairy Farms Company, im
pressed this statement upon the mem
bers of the Senate subcommittee in
vestigating the high cost of living in
the District at the hearing yesterday
afternoon, which was featured by
testimony from local wholesalers, re
tailers ur.d producers of dairy prod- j
ucts.
MuM Make Selection.
! "If the consumer is in good for
; tunc," 'Mr. Gasch continued, "he may
select an honest milkman. This se- j
lection must remain a matter of
chance, for at present there is no law
' in Washington compelling dealers to
grade their milk.
i "There should be such a law. and I j
| want to take this opportunity to put ?
; in a bid for such a piece of legisia- |
tion at this time."
Gathering evidence from Mr.
I Gasch as well as Y. E. Booker, jr.. I
j 1. C. Weld. Henry N. Brawncr. A.
I-ee Thompson. F. 1j. Selecman.
j Julius Marcey and W. A. Simpson,
j other milkman who testified. Chair
man Ball of the subcommittee es
tablished the fact that Washing -
Itonians must pay a higher price
j for milk during certain seasons
| through an organization known as :
[ the Maryland-Virginia Milk Pro- j
I ducers' Association.
! This organization, which has a
membership of about TOO, the com-J
| mittee learned, fixes the price of i
'milk for a stated time ahead and'
th#-y must keep to thTs price re- j
gardless of conditions which may'
j ensu*-.
Keep Price* Higher.
j W. A. Simpson, president of the
Walker Hill Dairy, at the request;
of Chairman Ball, told of his fight
against the Maryland-Virginia Milk
Producers' Association, to win the
right of selling his milk at 4 cents
less on the gallon. He said he be
lieved this association kept the
milk prices in Washington higher
than they should be.
When Mr. Booker told of the man
ner in which the majority of dairy
product producers get together and fix
j the price of their wares Senator Cap
i per asked him if he thought such tac
j tics tended toward lowering the high
' cost of living. He admitted he did
not. but that he thought it necessary
in this particular case to save the |
industry.
I. C. Weld, manager for George M. I
Oyster, jr., told the committee his |
firm handled about 25 per cent of the
milk brought into the city. He said
it was their policy to give a 1 cent
premium to producers for milk as
j they only bought that which would |
? pass a perfect test in the District.
| Henry N. Brawner, of the same com
j pany, gave their profits in 1918 as
i J107.J98.83, as compared with $68.oil.Gt>
| in 1917, but stated that their percent
age of profit in 1917 was higher than
: that of the past year. He said In
creased cost of experienced labor had
hit them hard.
j Senator Capper in commenting on
j these figures remarked that they
J proved that the war tax is being pass
? ecK on to the next man instead or
borne by the party intended.
PURELY PERSONAL.
Alfred G. Burhman, assistant clerk
of the District Supreme Court, has
returned from his vacation.
Miss Gertrude V. Schlenner, of the
War Department, has returned from
a trfp to Syracuse, N. Y.
Henry A. Tallman. of the Agri
cultural Department, is spending a
few days at Atlantic City. N. J.
George V. Coleman, of Cumber
land. Md., is in the city for a few
days.
James P. Wiggins and Louis A.
Simms have returned from a trip
through western Pennsylvania.
Miss Maude Bailey, of th#? War
Risk Insurance, is visiting friends in
New York.
Misg Dorothy Coe. 2819 Four
teenth street northwest, is spend
ing a week at Atlantic City.
Judge Erw&rd Roberts, former Rep
resentative from Ffevada. is visiting
his daughter. Mrs. Walter Johnson, at
her Washington home, 1M3 Irving
street northwest.
William Ligon. of Carson City.
Nevada, is stopping at the Washing
ton Hotel.
Miles North, of Reno. Nevada, is in
: Washington on business.
| Frederick Middleton has returned to
1 his home in the Rockingham apart
ments after an ocean vo> ag?- through
Southern waters.
Miss Pearl Dennison. of the H. I,.
Rust Company, is out of the city on
her vacation.
Miss Anna McBriae. of the War De
partment. is visiting relatives in Chi
cago, 111.
Tlie Rev. J. Franklin Bryan, pas
tor of the North Carolina Avenue M.
E. Church, has gone to Cumberland
to conduct an evangelistic meeting.
Clifton G. Jfrmane, statistician of
the Census Bureau, is in California
at work for the bureau.
Nora C. Saur. 80 K street north
east. is spending her vacation at
Virginia Beach.
Mrs. Ella S. George, of the Treas
ury Department; Edwin C. George,
i city postoftke. and little daughter
Dorothy, with friends, are making an
overland trip by automobile to <'o
; lonial Beach and other points on the
lower Potomac.
Clears Up Murder Mystery.
' Fond du Lac. Wis.. Aug. 19.?The
| mystery surrounding the murder of
i Benjamin Zuelke at Oakland Wed
' nesday night was cleared up when
i Jake Herman. 35, and married, eon
j fessed the crime. Herman said he
; was jealous of Zuelke's attentions to
[Myrtle Weigert and lay in wait for
j him as he left the nouse on Wed
i nesday night. He said he struck
i Zuelke first with his fist and later
! with an iron wedge.
Pleads Guilty to Robbing Mails.
James Wilson I>ove. a clerk in the
| city postoffice, pleaded guilty yester
day before Commissioner Isaac R
Hitt, to the charges of stealing tli?*
contents of letters from the United
States mails. -The letter which led to
I?ve's a-rrest contained S8.Li> in cur
rency. Upon failure to procure J.">00
bond. Love was returned to the city
jail until further hearing.
REAL CANE SEATS AT THE RACES
CHARGE POLICE
INVADED HOME
Mrs. Mothershead Says De
tectives Forced Way Into
Women's Bedrooms.
The escape of a boy prisoner f?-om
the dock of the Juvenile Court yes
terday afternoon furnished a sequel
to a case of alleged forcible and il
legal entry of a South Washington
home by the police several days
ago.
s\s Attorney John C. Foster was
preparing papers In a complaint
case of Fairfax Mothershead, 401 K
street southwest, against Precinct
Detective Oscar Mansfield. of the
Fourth Precinct Police Station, yes
terday afternoon, alleging unlawful
entry of the Mothershead home last
Thursday night, he received a tele
phone message from the Juvenile
Court. It was to inform him that
James Mothershead. 15 years of age.
had walked out of the court and
was at large. Mr. Foster was ap
pealed to bv the eourt officials to
assist in apprehending the lad. ana
he promised to do so. James was
|charged with the larceny of a bi
i cycle.
Smrrhfd the l*reminea.
j The complaint as will be get
[forth to the police authorities by
lawyer Foster will allege that De
fective Mansfield, accompanied by a
j policeman in uniform, called at the
Mothershead residence about 10
{o'clock last Thursday night and de
manded admittance to search the
I premises for the boy charged with
theft.
Mrs. Mothershead assured the de
tective, she says, that her son was
not in the house, but the two police
'men insisted upon entering against
her protest. She states that they
forced their way into the bed cham
ber of Glenn Hanson, a roomer, while
his wife was en dishabile, after hav
ing retired for the night, l^ater the
policemen, according to Mrs. Moth
ershead. entered the sleeping apart
ment of another roomer, a young
woman, who also was not dressed.
They did not find the boy and left
the premises.
Will Go the Limit.
"The Mothershead boy Is not an
angel. I admit," lawyer Foster said
! last "night, "but his parents are hon
orable and respectable pq^plc, and
their home should not have been
entered without a warrant, which, I
am informed the detective did not
have. I am going the limit on this
matter. Such high-hande-1 proceed
! ings should be stopped once and for
j all. I don't blame the officers so
i much, as I am informed they act
i under orders from those higher up.
After presenting my complaint to po
j lice headquarters I will take further
steps elsewhere.''
Refugees Flee Russia.
Warsaw, Poland.?Warsaw houses
about 50.000 refugees from Bolshe
vik Russia.
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
i FORECASTS FOB TODAY AND TOMORROW.
District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia?
Generally ta;r today and tomorrow. slightly
wanner gentle finable winds
LOCAL TEMPERATCRE
Midnight. 68, 2 a.m., 67. 4 a.m. 64: 6 am.
64; 8 a.m., 61; 30 a.m , 74; 12 noon, ffi 2 p.m.,
M; 4 p.m., 80. 6 p.m , 79; 8 p.m . 7?; 10 p m .
73. Highest, 86; lowest, 63.
Relative humidity?8 a.m . 95; ? p.m . 43; 8
p.m.. 67. Rainfall (8 p.m. to 8 p.m.). 0.03.
Honrs of sunshine, 9.6. Per cent i>f possible
sunshine, 71.
DEPARTURES
Accumulated excess* of temperature since Jan
uary 1, 1919, +430; deficiency of temperature since
August 1, 1919. ?35; accumulated exccsw of pre
cipitation sinae Januarj 1. 1919. -*-1.93; deficiency
of precipitation rinoe August 1, 1919. -0 21.
TemperaUir? same date last jear?Highest, 76;
lowest, 61.
OTHER TEMPERATURES.
Lowest
Highest, previous Rain
today. night. 8 n.m. fall.
AAenlle. X. C 82 56 76
Atlantic City. N. J.. 78 Ci 74 0 02
Boston. Mass 64 58 64 001
Chicago, III 78 6i 76 O.Oi
Cleveland, Ohio 76 64 74
Denrer. Col 73 64 74
Detroit. Mich 80 60 73
El Paso. Tex 92 63 88 0.12
Indianapolis, Ind. ..81 04 82 ....
Loe Angeles, Cal 84 04 H) ....
Miami. Fla. 90 78 84
New Orleans. La 82 76 82 0 80
New York. N. Y 78 00 68 0.12
Omaha, Neb 72 6? 72 0 35
Philadelphia, Pa. ... 82 ? 4 70 0.60
Portland. Me 62 li CO 0 64
Portland. Ore 83 61 ?
St. Louis. Mo 80 63 80 ....
San Francisco, Cal.. 66 \>l ui ?
THE SUN AND MOON.
(Compiled by United States Coast and Geodetic
Surrey.)
Today?Sun rises, 6"25 a.m.; sets, 738 p.m.
Moon rises. 12:12 a.m. ; sets. 3:06 p.m.
Automobile lamp* to be lighted at 8r28 p.m.
Hours( 0 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Dr. S. B. Johnston
Eiiwrt Dentist
3th and G St*. N.W. (2d floor)
Vclatl 'Bill. Phone Mala 17U
Building Adjoining E Street
Business House Acquired
As An Investment.
A deed recorded yesterday trang- j
ferred the property located at 1345 ,
E street northwest, the old Postal |
Telegraph Building, from Roberta
K. S. Witmer and Bessie P. Stone to
Daniel K. Lough ran Company, a Dis
trict of Columbia corporation. The ,
consideration was in the neghbor*
hod of $112,500.
This property, which adjoins the!
Loughran Company's place of busi- J
neess on the east, has a frontage of '
I 27 feet 11% inches on E street (or j
Pennsylvania avenue) and a depth!
of 109 feet. It also has sn alley on >
the side and rear.
The property is improved by a
four-story modern brick building.,
the lower portion of which at pres- 1
ent is occupied by a clothing and
men's furnishing establishment
It is said the new owners will i
J hold the property as an investment, j
The Preparation of Bouquets
| for all occasions is a specialty with'
! us. Consult Gude, 1214 F.?Adv.
AMUSEMENTS.
B.F. KEITH'S"?
daily; it sum. ; hol ys g
EMMA "?>|e|se||"-Tiines
CARUS "Rubeville"
I.iltli f nrr t. I r 1 m A ?
llerl?rrl < lifton?4>lnen A. John
?on TraTfrv, Donalaa A Co.?
Harry A t.rnce Klliworth?Or
vlllr Mamm. Ktr.
u< aShMHI
|% MOORE'S ft
RialtO
11A.M.?IIP.M. 9th at 6
ALL WEEK
JACK !
PICKFORDj
7.V
"BURGLAR
BY PROXY"
Rocking Capacity Crowd* I
With Jjatifjhter
A Fimt Natlonnl At? i
traction. FrancblMe Onn- =
rd I?t 1'oni Moore.
Subsidiary Features
Violin Solo. Mr. Jlrctzh ni
DE LUXE EDITION OF
ICKEY
Continnou* from It to 11 I*. M.
DAINTY MISS BUCKLEY,
THE MICKEY GIRL
Present* the Kiddie* wl^h Her
Picture In Our l.ohby.
VIFAR IIKR MX. MKKKY
POLI'S rorn.AR pkicks
The Natioc'? Mo*t Beautiful Plajb~ua*.
Ploews r
ALACt
( ontlnaout 1Q:3Q n.m. to 11 p.m
I.AST MlOWIVt.S TODAY
ELSIE
FERGUSON
IX
"A SOCIETY F.XILE"
Beginning Tomorrow
BRYANT WASHBIRX
In "I,o\c Insurance"
TOMGHT
At 8:30
Shubert-Belasco
"THE BIRTH
OF A RACE"
Positively Last Week
Abaolutelj- Mont Beautiful and
Dlaccftt of All Picture*
I omllT Circle '<i?V
Mei/anlne and Balcony SOc
Orche*tra 75c
A few at $1.?0
21A HOI It* < OMl'l)Y. I.OVK.
/2 ROMA>TE. THRILLS
Mata. Wed.-*nt.. 2."?c and oOc
Xext j l'p from Xowhere* Seat*
W eek , With Norman Tra??r? '
S-W-I-M-M-I-N-G
Suits for men rented. 25c;
for women. 35c.
Tidal Basin
Bathing Beach
Row Boats Rented.
Beach Open 7 a. m. to 11:45
a. m.; 1 p. m. to 7:45 p. m.
B-O-A-T-I-N-G
7th BIG WEEK
W.VIRGINIA
THEATER
!?tb at., bet. FAG
MF.X OXLY,
10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
7 P. M. to II P. M.
WOMKX OXLY,
4 to 7 P. M.
ADM ISMOX 25c.
DANCING.
modern D-A-N-C-I-N-G TAUGHT
L'rot. Cain. America'a fortmoat Dtncing Maa
tcr, aod Mrs H. L. Holt cao teach you if yoo
can t? taught. Teaching ail the latest daocea
Ona-atep. fox-trot, waltr. ExcluaJrely it tba
IlKiHTWAY SCHOOL OF DAXCIXG
1218 HEW YORK AV. (\ear 13th ?t.>
Onli up to-date Dancing Academy aoutb of
New York, Pruata le?aon* anj hour. ?? centa
You oral not hart appointment Phone Ft. T5M.
ju?-d u'ax aua
House & Herrmann
Seventh and Eye Street*
Special Values at
Special Prices
Whetker it'? the a^TOticed arbcU or anything
eke in tki* comprehensive stock ?f mpi?70a but be
sure the quality it superior - amd the price m exceptional
that it it special?and that means a saving for job.
Special Bedroom Pieces
You can buy them separately or in matched sets. They
are splendidly made and of excellent design.
Golden Oak Chiffonier; five I Mahogany-fini&h Dresser,
drawers; well made and good j with swelled top drawers and
finish throughout. (1<) rfl ova' shaped mirror. C o 4 A a
Special Ol^.DU Special iO'i.UU
Mahogany-finish Chiffonier,
Golden Oak Dresser, swelled with mirror to
top drawers; a good mirror; match. ftfi
well made and Special wJt.UU
finished. AH White Enamel Dresser.
Special I roomy size, with attractive
Golden Oak Chiffonier, with Special $46.00
mirror to match. CQO HO White Enamel Chiffonier, m
Special Jmatch. $42 00
Dresser,
mirror;
$26.00
Golden Oak
oval shaped
construction.
Special
Golden Oak Chiffonier, with
SSS.lo.?.'"ch:. $25.00
Special
with I Mahogany-finish Dresser, Co
good ) lonial design; good
sire mirror. f J 7 A A
Special 04rl.UU
Mahogany - finish Chiffonier,
with mirror to
match $37.00
Special
Good time to
mmer
K u?s
They are usable all year
around, but especially adapt
able to summer comlort.
Here is an excellent assort
ment of Grass Rugs, with
stenciled border patterns.
$6.15
Siae SxlO
$8.85
$11.65
Dining Tables
Three special lots?all of
them extra good value?
marked, as you will sec,
very low in price.
Quarter-sawed Golden Oak Dining Table?polish finish,
pedestal base, with round top forty-five inches in C*IC flfl
diametc% and six-foot extension. SPECIAL .. vtJO.UU
Golden Oak Dining Table?pedestal base, with round top
forty two inches in diameter and six-foot COO fifl
extension. SPECIAL v^O.UU
Quarter-sawed Golden Oak Dining Table?poli>l\ finish;
pcdctal base, heavy planked round top forty-five inchcs
diameter, with Six-loot extension; Colonial platform C/JA Af\
design; strong construction. SPECIAL VTV.UU
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
TODAY'S BEST ATTRACTIONS
is WASHINGTON'S COOLEST THEATERS
mm CRAM DALLAS F ST. AT TENTN
Metropolitan
POSITIVELY
4?T D * Y
Come Early and <Wet a Seat to See Brilliant
NORMA TALMADGE
W itta ( onway Tearle and Star Cast la
Eocene >\ alter1*
THE WAY OF A WOMAN'
l)e Luxe i omedy. Overture "Mikndo.**
Current Errata.
ALL NEXT WEEK
The Mont A max in jt Photo-S
CHECK
er
aele Erer Made
mg UMML11 EiplHitl ul tsliakii Im aa
Knickerbocker
11JT DAT
"FIRES OF FAITH"
Ruby Eugene Catherine
DE REMER
O'BRILM
CALVERT
r~
C LOEWS ?
OLUMBlfl
F STREET AT 12th.
NOW PLAYING
A Little Brother
of the Rich
WITH
KATHRYN ADAMS
FRANK MAYO
J. BARNEY SHERRY
N
ATIONAL
Mat. toda* :*?
IVmiffht. S JJ
OLIVER MOHOn < >
GREATEST LAUGHING M OCfcSS
Civilian Clothes
With Olire Tell. Tfcurxum Hall, and t
Typical Moroaro Cast.
Martins Sunday, Look ^Vho'a Here'
ADMISSION ALWAYS FREE AT
GLEN ECHO
Washington's Only Amuwntnt Park.
DANCING
An<k 25 Standard Fun Givera.
SIIBERJ-6ARRJCK \rv.z'^
Toaiaht. StSO.
Mat a. Tomor -Sat.
A Ctlossal Sensation
Garnck Players' Supreme
Triumph.
JULIA DEAN
everyw0man
Greate*t Production That
Washington Ever Hai Known
?"Garrickers have m^a>urf4
up to high standard with
tbeir usual ease.'"?Pos-t.

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