THE FARMER: DECEMBER 15, 1909
METHOD OF POSTING DISEASE
PLACARDS MAKES CLASH IN
MEETING OF HEALTH.BOARD
r.' r ,fni
"Regular" in distinction from unconventional
novelties. They are 42 to 44 inches long for men of
Probably 90 per cent, of all
is the true popularity.
- The Mediant Overcoat Is suitable for all occasions. It's a full.
Doxy-and comfortable lengtu.
Cheviots and Kersey In Black and Oxford, $10 to $28.
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE
MAIN AND BANK STREETS
SPECIAL SALE .V
E TRIMMED MILLINERY E
g- ', A BEilTUTlj ASSORTMKVT TO SELECT FROM AT 5
SPECIAL, PRICES JET
I W. E. HALLIGAN
PE CIAL S
Thursday Dec. 16, 1909,
PORK SAUSAGE ............. .9c per lb J
.rRANKx UKTS .
PICKLED TRIPE (Plain)
PICKLED TRIPE (Honey Comb) .5c per lb
FRESH TRIPE (Plain) ..;...,...... . .5c pe lb
FRESH TRIPE (Honey Comb) . . .8c per. lb
NEW YEAR'S CAKES.
iNEW YEAR'S CAKES
I Public Market Building
State and Bank Sts.
Kangcs an Heating Stoves
AGENTS FOR CRAWFORD AND STEWART RANGES
Largest Assortment In the City to Select from
r THE DAY LIGHT STORE
1057 TO 1073 BROAD STREET
Opposite Post Office
; SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRlilMAS PRESENTS
FUR AND FUR LINED COATS '
SHEEP LINED COATS
FUR AND FUR LINED GLOVES
AUTOMOBILE AND DRIVING GLOVES
I7UR AND PLUSH ROBES (Automobile and Driving)
RUBBER AND OIL COATS
HARNESS, BLANKETS, WHIPS, HORSE AND
TRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS SUIT CASES
AND STEAMER RUGS
185-207 MIDDLE ST-
FINE Wines and Liquors
BRIDGEPORT DISTRIBUTING CO.,
102 STATE STREET, NEAR PUBLIC MARKET
California Port or Sherry, 75 cents per gallon.
Port, Sherry, Tokay, Muscatel, Rhine Wine, etc
. Full quart Sherwood Rye Whiskey, $1.00.
Cookin Brandy, Liquors, Cordials. Ale and Laer Beer
Free Delivery. Telephone 2G4-3
DfflGHT, SNAPPY NECKWEAR, New Every Week
This week,a swell line of Cross Stripes 50c. Look them over
KERR & BURNES
THE WASH PROBLEM
In many families Is one that is somewhat difficult of notation. The dntlcs'of
Ue members of the household are so many and varied that thn H.
to naUi and If they do tlx-y're so Ured
" - " Bw.a im prvunn co weir satli
f met tun hy sending the weekly wash to
THE CRAWFORD LAUNDRY
4 IS r..raFTET.T AVENUE
Want Ads Gent a Word.
fine Overcoat are regulars. Thia
.. .9C pet Lb
..... .1. . . . v. .3c per, lb
... ......... .8c per dozen
(Laree) ......... .4c each
PUBLIC MARKET i
East Main St.
TAILORS and FCRNISnEKI
Stratnelrt Hotel Building
they have no Inclination for other)
Commissioner Kelly Declares HeNe?er Knew a Layman
to Know Anything When Professional Man Was
About-Majority Sustain Health Officer McLellan. '
The Board of Health last evening
set its stamp of approval upon the
method of placarding premises where
contagious diseases exist as practiced
by Health Officer E. A. MoLellan.
Commissioner George T. Kelly asked
Dr. McLellan through President Ober
if he, the health officer, thought he
waa complying with the law when he
posted placards in the vestibules of
bouses and where cards could not be
seen from the street.
Dr. McLellan answered at length.
He said that former boards had held
that the word "premises" in the ordi
nance dealing with the placarding of
houses meant that portion of the prop
erty or house where the disease exist
ed and not the whole lot and build
Dr. McLellan said that he consider
POIN'JS OK NTtKEST.
E. H. Dillon & Co.
at 1105 Main street are offering ex
traordinary values in fur scarfs, fur
mulls, fur sets ana pony sain coats.
Problem Easily Solved.
The problem of the family wash is
one difficult of solution in many
homes. The duties of the members
of the household are such that they
do not have the time to wash and it
they do they are so tired that they
have little inclination for. other dut
ies. The wise ones have long ago
solved the problem to their satisfac
tion by sending the weekly wash to
the Crawford Laundry Co.. corner of
Fairfield, avenue and Court wind street.
Telephone for the wagon. 2910.
Reports come from many sources
that the bent of buying this season.
Is more strongly toward useful gifts
than ever before. The Increased cost
of living is so marked, that it is in
evitable that people should turn to
giving needed things for personal
wear er service in place of the more-or-less
trashy gifts commonly asso
ciated with Christmas. Thus It comes
about that Meigs and Co.'s big store
is the most popular shopping place in
town, these days, for women In search
of suitable gifts for men and boys,
and for men. who seek the best gifts
for women. "Give useful gifts." the
slogan of the season, is echoed .In
every section of this great store and
useful gifts costing from a quarter up
can be found there that are - sure to
please the recipients. When In doubt,
go to Meigs and Co's and you will
and your holiday list quickly complet
ed. BOYS' CLOTH B3 FOR CHRIST
' MAS IN THE SURPRISE 8TOKE
Every mother wants her boy to be
well dressed at X-mas time. New
clothes sdd very much to the enjoy
ment of the various new p'aythinea
brought by Santa Clausr More over
new clothes are permanent and confer
their benflts long after toys are brok
en snd candy eaten.
Th twk of clothes for Boys In the
Surprise Store is very complete. There
Is everything a boy wears (except
shoes) from the time Is three years
old until the long trousers stage.
There are Russian Overcoats and
regular, overcoats. Then at, different
prices there are overcoats lb. varloas
models and styles of fabric Military
auto, convertible col'ar. velvet collar
single and double breasted mode's
gray, sliver, smoke, steel, tan. olive
and brown shades.
There are Sailor collar and plain
Russian suits. Knlcker suits.- single
and double breasted suits, end novelty
There are all new style hats and
csps and all kinds of furnishings for
boys in complete assortments of alses.
This week the Surprise store Is hold
ing a special sale of children's clothes
that will be well worth while for any
mother of a boy to investigate..
The "pure food law" Is designed by
the Government to protect the . public
frc-n injurious Ingredients .Jn both
focis and drugs. It Is beneficial both
tc the public and to the conscientious
manufacturer. Elys Cream Balm, a
successful remedy for rold in the. head,
nasal catarrh, hay fever, etc, contain
ing no injurious drugs, meets fully the
requirements of the new law, and that
fact is prominently stated on every
package. It contains none of the in
jurious drug which are required by
the law to be mentioned on the label
Hence you can use It safely. -
' TTTK PKETTIEHT TACK."
and the snost bmtuUfuI hmnds ale ef
tea disfigured by aa unsightly wart.
It can easily be remove In a few days
without pain by using Cyrus' Wart
Kamover. for. sale only at The Cyrus
Pharmacy. J St Fairfield at.ae and
its Cannon St.
CL.KAKKASV. THK BEST HAND
Guaranteed taoi u fnjure the skin,
nstantly removes Stove Pollsn. Rusi.
ireaae. Ink. Paint and Dirt. For tat
.isnds or clothing. Large can 1 esata
Manufactured by Win. R. Winn. Zt
Sun rises to-morrow 7:15 a. m.
Sun sets to-day 4:25 p. m.
High water 1!:14 a. m.
Low water , :00 a. m.
Moon sets ..s 7:03 p. m.
These garments are made
front fabrics that are Hgt't In
weight, bandome and thor
oughly waterproof. '
Youths' Rubber Coats. .. .S2.S0
Poys Rubber Coats $2.50, $3.00
Boys' Cane Caps, 7Sc
Men's Rubber Coats
$3 OO to n.oo
Light Weight Tan Coats.. S.OO
Rubber Balls. . . .
Rubber Dolls . . .
.I0p to $.1.nO
. ..ISc'tu Mc
. . . loc to soc
foxing Gloves. . . . .
. . . . .40o np
. . . .S I. !V0 up
..... aso up
Jaycox Rubber Co.
1042 MAIN ST.
HEAD CAXSOX 8T.
ed it complying with the law when a
card was placed in such a . position
that a person going into the infected
apartment would be warned before he
could get near enough to become In
fected himself. The doctor held that
it was unnecessary, to placard the
front of a building. Commissioner
Kelly held that the placard should be
in such a position as to be seen from
Dr. McLellan closed by saying that
he would place the signs as the board
wanted them. The board however re
fused to have him chmge bis course.
Dr. Ober agreed with D-. McLellan and
Commissioner Kelly said:
"Of course you won't make a
change." he said. "I knew you
wouldn't when I started In. I never
yet knew a layman to know anything
when a professional man waa about."
All was silence for a few minutes and
then business was resumed.
Testimoo'al to Anxrican Crapbophone
Cooparj's Itventor at tcmpletion
of Bis Twenty Yean f Ssrfice.
Mr. Thomas H. Macdonald was the
guest of honor at : a dinner Monday
evening at the home of PresHent Ess
ton, of the American Graphophone
Company, at Areola. N. J.
The chief officers of the organization
had been Invited to celebrate Wr. Mac
donalda twenty years with the com
pany and the remarkable progress and
Importance of the industry v-hich be
may be said to have made possible.
The talking machine coulit never
have attained the standing ol a true
musical Instrument without Mr. Mac
donald's patented Inventions - under
which not only the Columbia, but all
other talking machines and phono
graphs are .constructed. His entire
time is now being devoted to the de
velopment - and perfecting of certain
devices and Improvements whl:h are
likely to prove as vital to the Indus
try as any he has produced before.
Night work is stiU a part t the
program at the big plant whtt Mr.
Macdonald sees the thousandfc Id r
production of his Inventions.
KNOCK OUT VOTING
(Special from BTnlted Press.)
London. Dec. IS. "We will . make
voting impossible." Mrs. Despard of
the Women's Freedom League.
"Our enemies, the men. have paid us
the compliment of wondering at our
Ingenuity in militant tactics. We wi;l
show them before the coming general
election is over that they have not
guessed the extent of our resources for
trouble-makang." MUsa fOhriattabel
Pankhurst of the National Women's
Social and Political Association.
These expressions by two of Eng
land's leading militant suffragettes in
dicate that the coming election will
be fraught with the greatest excite
ment and danger and that an attempt
will be made wherever possible to
destroy ballot boxes.
The sulragettes have found an Im
provement upon the corrosive acid
"bomb" with which they desttdyed
many ballots at a recent special elec
tion at Bermondsey and nearly b.lnd
ed aa election officer. They havt en
listed the services of a large nu&nber
of men who have pledged themsailves
to throw the bombs Inside the toxes
to which of course, the women will
not be able to gain admission.
Mrs. Despard's organisation Is con
sidered the most reckless of the sixteen
which have headquarters in London
and the authorities are. wondering te
what extreme it will go after the dec
laration that It will 'tooeke voting im
The suffragettes will concentrate
their efforts In the districts where ths
nominees. mostly Liberals. have
shown themselves hostile to. the n om
WIXSTED MAX CATCHES
LARGE FLYING SQCTRISU
Wlnsted. Dec. 15. Wilbur Ferry
caught a large flying squirrel tare
handed in his cellar, in Bark harm .ted.
yesterday. It was eating apples In a
barrel when captured. Mr. Perry has
the creature alive In a cage.
WHISKIES, WIVE AND BOTT1.BD
A splendid variety of bottled gtods
Tmvy be found it E. L Sulllviui's,
East Main street, corner of Jine.
Whether for house use or as gifts
these goods will give the highest de
gree of satisfaction. Just phone 609
We deliver to eny part of the cltj. ,
". COLISE lckey4
- Tens Kicolalsen and Miss KUsebeth
wackney were married by Rev. H. A.
uavenpon. at me nome or laam ana
Mrs. R. I Ball. 1189 Iranlstan avenue,
Saturday. ' The wedded couple w!l
live on Colonial avenue in a home built
for them. .
There is no opposition on the part
of Dr. L. J. Beardaley. as hsa been
surmised In some quarters, to ths lay
ing of a double trolley track on Bar
num avenue. - Mr. Beardsley said yes
terday that what he should object to
would be the tesrlng up of the street,
as it now Is. and which has cost the
town such a large sum. unless the
trolley company would agree to leave
It In as good a condition as they And
It. He wsnts a good macadamised
drive or road way each side of the
trolley track, and believes that the;
rnmnnnv shnvild not be al!ow4 tr A fa. i
turb the roadbed unless under contract
to restore It to perfect condition with-1
out additional expense to the town. I
This Is a sensible and equitable view
of the matter, and if a town meeting
's called to consider the question as
seems probable, doubtless the rood
sense of the taTfayers will cause them i
to ssxee with Mr. Beardsley. Let the'
electmen be Instructed to Insist uron :
these conditions, and make a contract
to that end.
RHEUMATI3M CURED IN A VY.
Dr. Detchon'a Relief for Rheunat
Ism and Neurslgla radically cure in
1 to S days. Its sctlon upon the ys
tem is remarkable and mysterious. It
removes at once the cause snd the
dtsrsse Immediately d aTwtr.. fhs
nrt dose rreatiy. benefits. 75 nnti
wnd II. Pold by Curtis Pharmey
Druggist. 1149 Main St. OJltf.
1138 to 1144 MAIN ST j
GIFT SEEKERS AND BARGAIN HUNTERS ARE INVITED TO VISIT OTJR NEW STORE SECTION
EXTENDING TO MIDDLE STREET. NEW STOCKS OP GIFTS THAT ARE ITSEFTTIj ARE TO BE HAD
AT PRICES THAT Wii.Ij MAKE YOl'R GIFT MONEY ACCOMPLISH WONDERS. -
DOLL SPECIAL '
18 and 20 inch, full jointed, and beau
tifully Dressed Dolls, bisque head, with
moving eyes and long curly StAQt
value 75c and 93c. at twu
Belt of Satin Holly Ribbon and ex
tra good quality,10 yd bolt of Baby Rib
bon in red, green, for tying up of
Christmas packages, I o a'
worth 12Vc. at. . I I mSmU niece
Hundreds of latest
orings of all silk Four-in-Hand
light, medium and dark
tied- up in a Holiday
values, at .-
Warranted pure linen Handker
chiefs, hemstitched edges with flower
designs and hand worked initials in cor
ner the best value you g? narh
ever paw for the money at wP U m11
. Fine White Lawn Waists, with lat
est style tucked sleeves, all over em-,
broidery fronts,wide. panels of embroid
ery and Valencine lace trimmed, QQ
regular $1.00 waists. Special at3vC
CHILDREN'S COATS "
Materials are all .wool, in alHhe de
sirable colors, faultlessly made to fit
. J. " M - ' an
giris irom o 10
$o.9S and $7.50 Uoats. Spec
MISS BISSONNETTE'S DRAMATIC
RECITAL , OF HOW HER UNCLE
WAS SLAIN BY HER FATHER
Witness Testified That, She
A Tew Konrs PreceiinV the Knrd:r of Which She; Was
an Eye Witness Her Mother, Sister of the Victim,
Cave Birth to a laby, the Yonn est of ronrtern.
With - a. crowded court room " listen-
In or vesterdav afternoon to her tear
ful but seemingly truthful story, Al
bertlna Bissonnette. the 23 year old
daruhter of Nanoleon Bissonnette, the
only witness to the shooting and kil
ling of her uncle and benefactor,
Rome P. Demery, unwillingly testified
against her father, who sat behind his
counsel without the least sign of
emotion on his face, though his pret
ty daughter of ten "wept ' bitterly. The
girl throughout her testimony held .a
rosary in her hand, constantly finger
ing the beads. There waa a big stir
In the crowded court room when
ci.i.'. iimnin Judson called out the
name of Albertlna Bissonnette. The
girl testified that, she waa 22 years
of age, the oldest of the family. She
named the rest of the family, Cornel
ius, aged 20. who resided in the West.
Wolfred aged 17 and Ulrick aged 15,
who do not live at home, but have a
room in the same - street; Alva, aged
12, Flora, aged 10. Stella, aged S, Hec
tor, aged &, Irene, aged 17 months, and
grace, the little one who was born
two days before the shooting. Three
brothers and one sister have depart
ed from this unhappy world making
a family of It in all. The girl stated
that she left the house on Sept. 15th
and went to the home of her grand
mother, because of her father's ob
jection to her being in the house.
uwx.hAv TTlrtfk hud left the home the
day before the shooting to live with
his older brother Wolfred.
"Why did your father put you out?"
asked the state's attorney. "Because
I refused to give hhn my wages, which i
I gave my mother." I received' av
letter from a lawyer dated , Sept. 17th
stating inni a "j " e
to my father. The following day my
father told Tne that if I did not pay
him he would have a sheriff put me
out ofthe house. That was why 1
left and went tomy grand mothers."
"Tell us all what happened on the
evening of Oct. ltth.'' "I went to the
house, entering first. Uncle Rime fol
lowing me. Father was in the base
ment kitchen, when we entered.
While In the kitchen Uncle said to
me, you Btay here for a couple of
days and take care of your mother,
and If anything is needed 1 will get
it.' Father .was -.slli-lng- in a rocking
chair at the table. My uncle was
standing between father and myselt.
As uncle started to leave the house
father said 'Are you the boss around
f vv nnrlf then aa!d. Tea I
am going to be. and to see that my
sister, your wire, is aw. suing iu
Miss Bissonnette wss then seised
with a fit of weeping, but after re-
, . A W I. ..AM. HTT.-
cle grabbed him by the throat, as he
.waa sitting in the chair. When Uncle
let go father stood- up; uncle drop
ping his hands to his side. Both stood
facing each other. They were speak
ing to each other In rapid talk. I d'd
not understand what they were say
ing, but I knew by their sound tht
father was talking In French. Uncle
asked him to spesk In Ensilsh. Fath
ers tones were low, so ."hvt I could
not understand him. Suddenly there
wss a flash snd a shot. Uncle grab
bed father by the shoulders. Father
seemed to run toward my uncle. I
was so frlehtened that I ran across
the street to the house of a jietghbr
When I returned mother was In the
kitchen, having gotten out of her bed.
8; value 25c
styles and col
tied. with silk
All 50c boxes
LADIES' HOSE SUPPORTERS,
... ' . Satin and Sateen Pad Supporters,
with four rubber and elastic, 25c
years oi . age,
Dreaded Her Father as She
Father was lying on his back on the
floor, uncle and mother were trying
to get the revolver away from him.
Mother had one hand on the revol
ver, as also had uncle. Father got
up, pushing both of them away, and
then ran out of the house. Uncle
Rome leaned against the .door and
suddenly fell over. He never got up
again. Mother fainted, falling across
The recital of the above visibly af
fected the young girl the proceedings
having ' often to be stopped to allow
her to sro on. ' Many of the spectators
in ' the court' room, a goodly number
of whom were women were also af-,
fected, many a sob being heard. Fol
lowing the story of the quarrel and
shooting Miss Bissonnette again re
sumed her story, this time being aid
ed by the 'state's attorney in ques
tioning. I learned for the first time
the noon of the day of the crime of
the birth of another little sister. Un
cle did not hear of the new arrival
till that evening. - Both of us got ready
to go to my mother's bouse. ' I in
tended to take care of my mother."
Objection was raised by the defense
when the state's attorney asked the
girl how many times she had visited
the house, after the time of her leav
ing in September, and the day of the
shooting, on the ground that It had
nothing to do with the shooting. The
court overruled the objection stating
that It was proper to show the object
of the visit. Miss Bissonnette stated
that she had visited the house three
times, once when het. rather was pres
ent. The girl also said that she bad
told her uncle that her mother had
said that she had nothing to eat, and
was starving, and that she had no one
to care for her.
She denied that she asked her un
cle to accompany her to the home on
the fatal evening, but Added that he
knew that she dreaded ' to go. When
he came home to his own house that
evening, he found her weeping. She
stated to him that mother had no one
to take care of her but Stella.
This concluded the direct ' testimony
of the girl. Attorney Chamberlain tak
ing trp the cross examination. This
examination brought out the fact that
when Demery entered the home he
wore his glasses, but later took them
off and placed them on the table. The
girl was asked why she had not stat
ed this in her direct testimony. " reply
ing that she had not thought of it. but
that she had mentioned it in her testi
mony before the city court and before
the grand Jury. The examination fur
ther brought out the fact that the girl
had been working since she was 15'
years of age. and had often acted the
part of the little mother when some of j
the children were born. Her father.
she said, had earned from S2 to $2.50
per day. and had always given his
money to his wife.
"Have-you ary resentment against
your father?" asked - Attorney Cham
berlain. "I never had any unkind feelings
against him in my life." replied the
"What were your feelings toward
your father when you left the house
to go to live with your grandmother?
"I left because I thought my father
had gone Insane. I was afraid of
"How long have you had that, im
"I always had that impression, for
the way he treated his family. I have
been afraid of him for some time."
"Why. he never ill treated jro?" ..
Cashmere Gloves, fleece
pearl stitching and two
from 5j to
a pair, at. .
- Size 27x54 inches, in Oriental de
Cluny and Brussels eff ecte, 54 and
60 inches wide, 3 yards long, double
thread overlook stitch; $2QQ- 90Zm
value, a pair, ........... wOC 0311
WAIST PATTERNS .
Mercerized Fancy White Waist
ings, cut in patterns sufficient for the
making of a stylish waist, goods valued
at 26c a yard, 3 yards in a Holly box, :
Glove, Post Card, Handkerchief, Cuff
and Collar Boxes with gilt or flowered
embossed . designs. t C
at. ..... V faUb
I Oc pair
"Tea, he did. Ee struck me in the
temple a year ago. I went between
him and mother. He was calling my
mother names, and I ran in between,
and told him that what he was saying
was not so."- j '
- Then the scene of the fight ' was
again rehearsed. . She denied that her
uncle had pulled her father up from,
the chair by the neck. At the time
Uncle Rome had hold of her father's
neck she cried out "Don't Undo." :
This concluded the testimony of the
daughter, the court taking a recess till
this morning. ' - " -:
CONGRESS STREET BRIDGE i ,
OPENING DELAYED TO MAT
Chairmen M. W- Man waring, of ths
Congress street Bridge Commission,
how believes that the bridge win not -be
opened, even to foot .passengers, ,
earlier thii May.
After exposure,' snd when you feel a '
cold coming on. take Foley's Honey
and Tar. the great throat and lung f
remedy. - It stops the cough,' relieves
the congestion, and expels the cold
from your- system. Is mildly laxative.
F. B. Brill and Curtis Pharmacy, local
agents. . - 1 3 5
BETHANY CHAPEL, ' : '
NORTH MAIN STREET.
- The weekly Bible meeting will be
held In the Bethany chapel tomorrow
evening at 7:30. Subject,-"Lovtng One
Another." Everyone In " the Bethany
district Is cordially Invited to he pres
ent. -.1 - : - ,
On Hands and FaceTorment Pre
vented Sleep Sufferer Had to
Give Up His Work Specialists
and "Cures" Utterly Failed.
IS CURED AND CALLS
CUT1CURA WORLD'S BEST
"Three years ago, while a conductor,
X was poisoned from the brass railings
sit-rheum or ecsema on ,
my hand. In wiping the
perspiratioa from my
face, I poisoned my nose
and ehin and wss unable
to shave. I had to give
no my position ana ww
. . . i f :Kb. hiife -
treetea dt fw. . -
to no avail. I t?V'rZ
remedy I was told of and
that I felt Bke a walking orug
The doctors could only relieve me for a
little while. , .
" One day I ohanced to see a Cuticura
advertisement and thought I would try
the Cuticura SSL.1
faith at the time as I bd been deceived
threW aphoatirm of tuticura Oint
nent. theitching ceased and af ter using
two boxes I was completely ; wired and
shaving does not interfere with it what--eOTcr.
My boss is as clear as ever and
I am now a well man both in body and
mind. I consider the Cuticura Rem
edies to be the best in the world and I
trust some poor sufferer will see this
and be benefited thereby.
I osed Cuticura Soap, Ointment and .
pros. -1 can also say the suffering was
intense. It itched and bum e tv
it was Impossible to sleep rut t e:tks
to the wonderful Cuticura X-ermxiVs I.
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Hons, inflammations and. th- uu-whol-ome
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cleansing of ulcerated. i;"fRmi rruormg
surfaces and other use wi.icli readily
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