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Makes Annual Report Rep ft to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President on f1 Work of De Department Department Department ¬
partment of Agriculture for forYear forYear forYear
Year Ended November r 29 29Covers 29Covers 29Covers
Covers Studies of AD Divi Divisions Divisions Divisions ¬
sions and Makes Many ManyRecommendations ManyRecommendations ManyRecommendatiuns
Recommendations of In Interest Interest Interest ¬
terest to Commerce CommerceThe
The annual report of James Jam WUnop WUnop6eeretary Wilson WilsonSecretary wt wtrltlry
Secretary rltlry of Agriculture dated Novem November Heft Heftlr Ne en enber ¬
ber ri 2 I was today toda submitted to the Pres President Preatnt Pnsldent ¬
ident tnt ar5 ali will be seat at to Congress eoacre for forthe fort forthe
the t hI use of i that body in UM enactment enactmentC eDaeueatria
< > C ria laws W8 and al d the making o approprla approprlattcns pproprlatlens
ttcns necessary to carry ealT oa Ms al impor important tapo1taut tmportant ¬
tant department of public wore woreThe wove woraThe
The secretary opens ope boa Ia report with witha
a reference to the edmutlonal NUl ttODat work wo 6f 6fthe 6ft dfthe
t the h department which wbldae he says has hasgrown baagrown basgrown
grown in effectiveness since I his last an annual anD annnil ¬
nual D I a 1 report He finds IDd that tbe demands demandsof eJemaadIf
of If many public publ Institutions for men menconduct e to toconduct i iconduct
conduct research res h in acientine eat lie fields ae aefor and andfor sadfor
for ability to manage agricultural eaterprlses en enterprises ¬
terprises encourage young men to take takea tab tabvintage e
I Inta
a < vantage nta < < e of the opportunities thus Ua af afforded affrded ¬
forded lie says the teaching cI of ofsctnee the
sctnee 6 < i 1nc nc > of agriculture and Dd of 0 the thesciences tMdlIctS
sciences s teucep relating to It arw are NCehI reeelvlnlnrc receiving receivinguiort NCehI1J11f ag
uiort attention In the the colleges coil Instituted Institutedfor tutltt tutlttfor Iutltatfor
for the I 11t purpose many of which have haven h 0 0D ve
n el ttL < tied > ted ed their tb lr full duty In the past pastContinuing paMntlnuloK putrontlnulag
Continuing ntlnuloK he gives 1Tta an D Idea of the theimjorance tlae1m t tIm
1m imjorance illT orance aoce of new lines of 0 department departmentVork ctapartJDeDtwork departmentt
Vork work t ork devoting some space to the > search searebof searchof eeare eeareof
of the It > explorers of the Old World for forvaluable fornlllnhe forxnhtahh
valuable nlllnhe plants which may ra be Mplanld beplanted trans transplanted ¬
planted here The purpose Is I to help In Inthe I Ith 1th n
the th production In I this tbl country eOutro of 0 every everything eft eftthin everything ¬
thin thing that soil and Dd climate cllma will permit permitA
A eummary Eummal of the report with wit witO witho some someo °
o the Ih pertinent expressions of g the t Sec 8eei scrIIfO
i rIIfO < try foltov folio folioDepartt follows followsDepartse > s sDepartment
Department Departse at Appropriations AppropriationsTh
Th The Secretary SeCTetU reports porta the Ut approprl approprln approprlatnna pproprtal
al atnna n i ions onl for his s department for 01 the t cur curr C1I C1IrJI carr
r rJI < nt fiscal rear ear at t4M3100 MIOJ 60Lae exclusive exclusiveot exelu8hor eselusivof e
ot the t hp general gc > nera printing expenses U e and of ofth ofth o othe f
the th > appropriations for the State 8tat agricul agricultural DIPk DIPkturnllxp agrkelfurnl ¬
tural turnllxp experiment < rfDltot stations stationsThe statkniaThp stationsThe
The records of the omce office of the thepolntment ap appointment appolnlmfnt ¬
pointment clerk show that on July lacythe J 1 1ir2 1i
ir2 i ln the total number Dum of employes I la laSli IUI I Itb
Sli department was 37W Of those 1 1f lre JOf JOfv 709
v re < r < > In tbe administrative class 1001 1001n 2 2n Oil
n the th scientific acientI c ciass e1 and iff were kt ktrers 1 1loPrc Isbrers
loPrc < > rers and charwomen The appoint appointmtns appoltn1IlIS appulatm
mtns m nls made on rertMcate of tae Civil Civilrue aalTII pvirctee 1
< rue TII commission numbered Mo 800were and andrion DadTlIr
rion were 1C8 reslgnatloaa rcslgaat B removato rerovalaAd removatofind noTa noTanHI
find 14 deaths deathsLast deatbLa1 deathsLast
Last year 112600 12600 was 11 paid in rent for forVuiMinun forl1IiJlinl1l t ttuiI or
tuiI VuiMinun l nge The annual rentals will now nownLerKaie DOWfJItIUl no orw w
1 nLerKaie fJItIUl t = 21700 It would be business businesst buM buMpoll °
poll t < oii y to erect buildings adequate to fu tntnre future fat ¬
ture t nr needs needsForecast ne needsForecast < > il ilForrcaat
Forecast warnings of the Weather Weathoreau eat eatrpau Ba Bareau
reau haw been tMeD Invaluable la saving uvti Ufa Ufaani II IIan lift liftand h
and an property The Secretary urges arc urgesdirahuttty the theil tMirabliity °
il dirahuttty < < irabiltty of extending the t dlatrlbatloa dlatrllNUoaoi dlatrlbett dlatrlbettvt °
01 ally forecasts coextensively with withrural the therural u urura
rural rura 1 free delivery cl < He estimates timatea the theCf u ucc tbicc
cc > st t of serving the 10000 routes extot extotIne aIetlor eslstIntl
Ine August J UKullt 1 at 100000 100000Progress 100000irogreu 108000trogreas
Progress reported in wiretoos wtr w reloss tel trileKraphy teiruept tellraJhy
lraJhy wit IU not ret jM jatstifp tJ the deIMartruOlt depart departnjPpt
ruept in dispensing with tit its ta coast coastttleirraph couttllPJrraph coast coasttelegraph
telegraph aDd cable able rasa llaoBThp u uThO rasaThP
Thp value alue of experts n a of snimato aelmaisanimal and andsnlraal aodnimal
animal productions for I the u year amouat amouatf ouat
f > l to t o J2447W062 J2447W062There r2U7D062Thlrt 244711306There
There were wer inspected sad sdmi sdmifrc admitted admittedfrr ltteC ltteCIrcln
frr Ircln m Mexico over 05000 cattle sad fat fully fullyCfito fallJf V VGf
Cfito Gf f l o sheep lambs and goats ta Importa lmportalions Importations ¬
lions 1 jon from Canada anada of cattle t numbered numberedi sr srem Dared berMI1I
em i uly I1I l 2771 27716 710 We imported Ipoc from t tuntry that thatoumry tJaatflunt
+ oumry flunt r 148 148113 13 sheep The The Thequarantine strictest strictestquarantine etrIeteatqliarantlne
quarantine Is I maintained at t the u ports portaHI portsthe on onth
th the < sea coast OUt ra hi order or er to prevent preseet7nredurtlon t tbe tbeJm tMjore
jore 7nredurtlon Jm reduction < iurtlo of animal a lmal plagues plagasshxperumestal plaguesExperimental pJaueeTxprlmeatltl
Experimental experts of dairy dNryducts b7 b7duls pro products ¬
ducts have been made to lips lipsct It pan Cbs China Chinai CIdII CIdIII
ct i > fl I and Porto Rico Jtooalta ta taYCr bow bowver hewrer
ver encourage Incourn further taart cultivation ealtlvatfeaThe aUnttoa of oftbe ort11P
The markets of Japan JapanFarm JapaaFarm JapanFarm
Farm Maaagaaiaaf MaaagaaiaafThe MaagsasThe a aTh
The Th Secretory rteJ reports die establtoh establtohm bI bImnt
m mnt < nt within lthID the Bureau u of Plant Indus 1IId
try of an n ofllce of farm management et Heannounces Heannounces He Heannounces
announces He object aa The bringing bringingtoreiher 11ft 11ftt bringingt
toreiher t gather lhtr In concrete form of all the ther tIaefa
fa r t < IS developed tpIO et in the Uaewhole Bureau Baf iu as a ahie as
s whole hole sifting 11ft tb the results t and applying applyingihtin applyla3t biDe biDeI
ihtin I h1n h w in a practical way where w they will willdo willdr willdi
do dr the IW most mostTh moatTh ipoe ipoeTh
Th > Secretary ne neexprlnced psgoa to seed U UcCrln asri
cCrln exprlnced ri need d man to one or more of the themost t tI1Olif theuost
most promising foreign fe sipa markets to study studyprevailing atud atudpn studyprrvaIIing
prevailing pn ail i nil conditions and to secure eecareIlanJl seo re and andhandle sadhandle
handle experimental lJ lmeDtal shipments pIIIODts noting notingall IIOtIDCall solingalt
all > onditioas which aae have y a bearing boart uponthe upon uponth 1IpoDUk
th Uk < results If sufficient funds are areavailable areeaiisbit
available this tut work w will be Inaugurated Inauguratedtb
tI tb < forthcoming forthcOID1Darear year in I a limited way wayTh wayTh
Th > losses 1M84 to sheep owners on thegr the thegreat tMgrat
gr great rt stork Ito < k ranges of the Northwest Northwestf Nonwtfm Northwestrrm
f fm > > m poisonous poison plants plantsutially segregate u uu11ally anunally
utially 400oa The study atud of these pol polo polsonuus
lIonolll1 o n n s plants baa developed elopef an anti antidote utldOf antido ¬
dote dOf do for some of them u not only effective effectivebut effcUvebut
but which can he rapidly napIdI applied appliedAmerieaa appliedAmericas pplled pplledAmedu
Americas TM Ctewing CtewingHie GawSagIhe
Hie TI work on the growing of American Americanten Amaleantea
ten to was w continued ontl daring u1q the tI year ear atPinehurst at atpinrhurst t tIlnburst
pinrhurst near Suxamerville I 8 C CThere CTbre CThere
There are now 110 about one hundred acres acresin acre acreIn
in tea a gardens tArde The yield of tea to in intfaeo I Itb isthin
thin tb gardens BrdeD toot year ear wan about o 4600 4W0pounds 4600pounds 4J4eplIllnti
pounds and this year will he about tOOO tOOOpounds 1 1pount111 9000pounds
pounds of marketable tea A tea farm farmwill tanaw1ll furwill
will 1 be h established stabU to Texas T If anUable anUableIan rkableIs able able18ot
Ian 18ot Is n4 and 1111 < 1 cooperatioa can be secure Mn actual actualPlant J JPlant JPlant
Plant diseases dtaeai < llllea es and methods of cheer cheerIng elaeetIng che P PIng
Ing i hem tb tl thr need of better Nttelcot kinds of ofcotton f feetton
cotton cot on and It nd wheat 1Mat the inspection i igrain ot otETaln ofgrain
grain the merits of red clover In I Lair America AIDerfea Lairlea ¬
lea Porto Hloaa fruit prodectnnrOustemelen productions productionsGuatemalan U UGURumalu
Guatemalan coffees eo toe aUld study of ques questions Q1IMtlnns questions ¬
tions on pomology pomolo grasses and forest forestplant forestplants
plant and Dd c eniiwtieaa nlJect lieeflei of pleats leata for forstudy for6ludy torstudy
study distrlt dlltrtlJlI dlstritvtlnr itioa of ofr aeeda by aim meml aimb
l b r rs of Cong Con is < iatrodvcUoa tatIM ei oiabl valu valuable valuable ¬
able abl seeds Br a < < d o d i ptonts fuse t fenyaconnate foreign foreigncountries t tOHnfrl
countries OHnfrl are ail ii laattora JM ere that hat wore 1NI9OUIII dto disouar dtocusxed
cusxed OUIII < ed < 1 at lee r i > IThl y Mr WUoaa WUoaaTbe WIiegThe
The usefnU h > r tae llltlaan of sRa
Capital of agriculture 20000000000 20000000000Number
Number of farms farm 5000740 5000740Number 6000140NUlDbPI 000740Number
Number acres in I farms rma 841000000 841000000Acres 841 841Ac
Acres Ac improved tend I 415000000 415000000Rural 415 415Rural 415000100Rural
Rural population about 40000000 40000000Last 40100001Lest 001 001I
Last HO C2 op stattotics itw 1 show showthese lbowUte showthe
these Ute UteI the valvesIndton valves
ladles I corn 9ttt000000 9ttt000000Hay 1t000110 800 800Ka
Hay Ka and forage f 484000000 404010001Cotton 484000000Cotton t8400tI
I Cotton Z24000000 Z24000000Wheat 324000 324000W1Ieat
Wheat 270000001 270000001Oats n nOatil 9700NNeau
Oats 217000000 217000000Slaughtered 217 217la1l8tatend
Slaughtered la1l8tatendfor animals sold aoUavOI soldtor
avOI for forDIII17 100111110 100111110Datcy gfOvfVV VO VODairy
Dairy prodttcta PICNMIc value va 472000000 472000000Poultry 4i1080 4i1080PWltl 472000100P
P Poultry PWltl 1try and DCI eggs value 281000000 281000000which 211 211I 211bldl
I 4 4which +
which bldl now employes more than D a hun hundred 1 1d tan tandnwd ¬
dred d persons has been been bee greatly tl7 extended extendedby esttDdeb ext extby tnaeg
by b eoepcratloa with wit State Institutions InstitutionsThe laat1ttltlGTIa imtltatonahe
The TIa T he War Deparmtent will organise organisecoq a asoil a0U
soil 0U survey in tile Philippines Phnippit es The Theurveyed area areasurveyed
surveyed s 7114 and H mapped pped during the ilkyear t fiscal fiscalyear I8caI7ear
year was over 14600 square miles milesnot or ornot orDOt
not far from 10000000 Acres making Dld Dldtotal makingtotal a atotal
total surveyed yed to date of Orel < ver 14600000 14600000acres 14e 14eIlerH 14ti0acre NO
acres This area Is I distributed In twen twentyfive tWfllltI tweetymn ¬
tyfive tI States and Dd Territories and in inPorto laPorto
Porto Rice Tb The total cost per pewaile permile seoare seoaremile
mile Including preparation of 0 reports reportsto reportllJ
to lees J than Ma S8 3 3Bncceaoful 1S
Bncceaoful S Tobacco T cc Raining Raitdt4gUnder RainingUnder Rabd RabdUncler
Under the head ead of tobacco raisingSe raising the theSecretary theeenIa1
Se Secretary eenIa1 cre ta ry tells of the commercial sue success neeeae ¬
cess 0 051 of the u shade grown Sumatra alDatra tobac tobacco toteco tobacco ¬
co In the Connecticut valley l1e and of ex experimenU urtmeata anperimonttS
perimenU rtmeata with this lhl plant la a Pennsyl Pennsylvania P aI aIftIIJa ¬
vania Kew ew York and Wisconsin In Instrnbto JaTexas Ii IiTexas n
Texas sad Ohio bas been grown a de destraltle deedrtblo
strnbto type of filler tobacco which can cannot eaaDOt cennot ¬
not be distinguished dJaU from tro the Imported ImportedCuban bDpertedCubaa iseperteCCubes
Cuban lotto toaf when w properly fermented fermentedThe rete4TIae fsrnass fsrnassThe red
The reclamation UoD of alkali b soils sail 118 has 11Mbeoa also alsoreau
boas tads tip bF Ute soil survey bu buwille bitteas
teas which wille has been making klna sock II ex extensive ext extetadve ¬
tensive t land experiments experimentsThe ulMDtaThe experimentsThe
The study t of rile San Jose scale In InJapan InJapaa Ii IiJapan
Japan and ad China Cfalna aad the f fed importation importationits of ofits 01lte
its ladybird enemy eDQ has taa been an Import Important important port portaat ¬
ant feature I of the years ar work in IcadMste I the thedlvialon
dlvialon of 0 entomology entomologyteotioB entomologyWont oleu oleuW
Wont W wIE under the Wee Lacey ad for the theteetlon pro proteetl
teotioB teetl and Dd preservation JnIO pre ratios of game has hasbeen be a aeoatla
been continued eoatla by 1 7 the claW of the sec section 1fJC1t0ll ¬
clot of economic ornithology along three threeprincipal t tprlaelpal tpalad
principal palad ptil lines lit namely 1 publication pblkWosninformatua treef of ofInformation oClAtonutJea o f
Information aa game e protection proteedoariaIoD super supervision ¬
vision of the U importation of foreign f faIUI birds birdsand
and mammals and ad cooperation to re restricting re retrletlq r ° ¬
stricting Illegal interstate shipments ta of ofIBM
game IBM IBMAdditional
Additional field agent have beset ap appointed sppointed p pI ¬
I pointed potat In the division of ata statistic with witha wtt wtta
a view to farther Improving Its t
crop p re repertte reI
I pertte paflog servloe This work fcas h > ss provedof proved PIOftd PIOftdof
of no much uch value to the department that thatthe tttile thatthe
the Secretary eeretar announces that it will willshortly willlahortt willshortly
lahortt shortly form tbe subject of a special re rcport report ftport ¬
port to Congress CongressStudy I IStwIy
Study af Agriculture AjrleuaituraThe AgricultureThe A ltllr
The functions hlDetlo of the U ofllce ee of experi axperlmost experiment ¬
most stationa Mat have ft hoes enlarged la laveral la1 la18peetaJ premYorsi I
mYorsi veral directions Special efforts e rta bc arm armMM
t melt MM tapir ik aid the Lb mwxiaiaat to tet ex extend ottctoad ¬ =
tend t t agricultural education tloa and research IL ILIeeretarr
The Tb Secretary reports the rapid Increase lueresedaring Increaseduring ICIeIaM ICIeIaMctur1q
during the year Mr In n the public Interest Interestmaalfeated laletqfIa interestmulteeted
maalfeated in the agricultural 1eultraa
expertmist expert experiment expertItaUOaa ¬
mist stations and M also an D increase inthe in inthe IDUte
the number bfto of students in t agricultural agrieltarraleo1kg agriculturalcolleges t tDd
colleges eo1kg and Dd schools a large attendance attendanceof
of farmers ertI Institutes gad the establish establishment establishmart tablb tablbt ¬
mart t of a number of new institutions IUtut for forInvestigations forlaeoetlpU0D8 forInvestigations
Investigations In I agriculture established establishedIn establ establIII
In different States Over one and ad one onehalf 0Bebait oaeDolt
half million a dollars are now annually annuallycontributed annuallycontributed 17 17eoatrlted
contributed by the States tea to the mainte maintenance 1DIdateDaDee aaiatensaca ¬
nance of the stations stationsStattotics stat statStatattea stationsStatistics
Statistics of attendance t at t the mad Iudt landgnat madgrant
grant t colleges colle show Dew over 42000 41 students studentsenrolled atadeJltaeDrol1edaa studentsenrolledas
enrolled eDrol1edaa a Increase tile over the previous previousyear P Pof
year of 7 pw cent The at attendance for forthe Iocue
the fouryear course la agriculture a rIc1Iltun rIc1Iltuncnue4 IB IBcreated
created more 180 than M < per cent He Hestates Hecatee Heslates
states that all over the country coot fannerare farmers farmersare
are sending their children eIIl to public high highschools latcbIe
schools Ie and paying for or their tuition tuitionFarmers tuillonrar
Farmers rar institutes IDatlt are now held infortytow in infortyfour I Ifon7toar
fortyfour States Stat and ad Territories In IneMdtag Inelaalag t
eMdtag e Hawaii Over 0 StOO 2 311 tnatiWteewere Institute Institutewere ID8tItuwJaeld
were held last year l The funds f con contributed contrlbuted contributed ¬
tributed by the different States States Btat1Id and andTerritories andTarltorlos
Territories to this nil work amounted tonearly to tonearly tfJJM
nearly JM 200000 and ad 7101 700 > peror persons attenC ttea
ed i these the institutes institutesThe InstitutesThe
The Secretary recommends that nu aatrlUoa atitrttioa nutrition ¬ I
trition investigations be betlarooP made extanoMthrough madethrough
through a scientific study at of dietaries dl tarIes inpublic in inpublic IDpublic
public Institutions He tells tel of the thestudy tJaeatud thestudy
study atud of irrigation even to the dtol8tnltlOD admin administration sdriaIstration ¬
istration of the tows governing the tItodie use iceof useof
of the Nile saying 1 the lussen of ofor one oaeof oneof
of the Lb oldest 0 Irrigated countries CINIIl1l In I theworld the theworld tileworld
world cannot tall to be of Interest sad aa1value sadvalor I Ihie
value hie to one of the youngest youngestBxteaoiv yeusgestE
Bxteaoiv E eteasive ve Export Trade TradeThe TnMeTIM TrdeThe
The division h1IdOD of foreign fore markets lreta lretattefttto nan nangiven be begiven
given attention ttefttto especially to the agri ¬
cultural C1IIt export trade t to Australia Aust Can Canada cuada Canads ¬
ada and Argentina The agricultural agriculturalexport agrieultUrahexport Itural IturalJOrta
export JOrta ter the heal year 1M2 amounted amountedto IUDOUt IUDOUtto atno ° ated atedto
to safOatoooo Thto Th inpWM1ON in next to the tINtcepUoaal ex exceptional a aceptloaal ¬
ceptional record for Mel to the highest highestever h he highestever
ever e reported The tailing tall off OSfrma from 1901 1901wae 1Mlw 1901w
wae w s mainly 17 corn and cotton The n de decline deuM deills ¬
ills cline In these two twobe protects aggregated aggregatedThe apegatedtd1
td1 td1rile010011e
The rile010011e be le United States lta exported last year 7ea1wort yearN1N
160000000 N1N worth wort of forestry fOlHtr products productsEurope productsllitrope ICO
Europe was Ute principal foreign f market marketand aarketIte marketmad
and the United Ult Kingdom the la largest pur purchaser pureltuer perchaser ¬
chaser chaserPreliminary eltuerPntltmillal chaserPreliminary
Preliminary Pntltmillal work to under way on ODIblt an anexhibit
exhibit Iblt for the Louisiana Purchase Pureba Ex Exposition Exp Espoltlou ¬
position p ltlo which to designed dl ed to be the
best ever made iliad by b the department It ItIs ItI ItIs
Is I to illustrate tnte as nearly aearI aearIt aa possible possibletbe toa1blethe
the t be workings wo of the u various bun b ana di divisions dlvWous 1 1Ylalou ¬
visions and offices of the u department departmentand depatmeataDd departmentand
and Is I prepared red by the tb heads bud Of f these theseoffices tBeomce theseemcee
offices omce under the general direction of the theAssistant tbeulataDt theAultant
Assistant Secretary eenttaf7 Hon J H Brta
ham the representative tatly of the depart department departat departmeat ¬
meat at on the t Government board As A on onoccaatoaa
former occasions occasIa s the President has ap appointed appoIated ¬
pointed the Assistant Secretary 8HNta of thto L Ldepart thadepsrtmsst
department depart to be the chairman of the
lOoTenuDeat lOoTenuDeatPRODtJC Government beard beardPRODUCE beerdPRODUCI
J Prank Robertson a produce prod prodIII dealer dealerm ceagrIca
m III Cattoar cMrW Mar ifarlMR we was fined ftt yester yesterday yesterday ¬
day by Jaae Baaay m the Polio Cart Oeartfor OowtUNa Cartfar
for violating the weights W8I ta and aMw measures measureslaw laeswreslaw
law w
NJltpt Mi Oa Broadway at t tae Lyceum LyceumHarry LyceumHarn LyceumHarry
Harry Morris 10111 Night on Broadway Broadwaywill Bradw Bradwill Briadwaywill
will ill be be th the attraction at the Lyceum LyceumTheater LUD1Theater lgcumtheater
Theater next we week k Mr Morris whose whoaethorough wllo whosehorough e etor
tor t thorough u knowledge of 0 01 stagecraft ata craft and andhie andie D Dbit
bit h ie ability abillt as aa adapter and arranger arrangerplace alTDleIplace arrangerplace
place him in the front rank of success IlUCCeufal successul uccessful
ful f ul producers as usual has an entirely entirelynew eUrelynew entirelynew
new offering this season se It Is I a musi mnelcal musical lDulal ¬
cal al farce arcs an adaptation trots the reig reigitttt reign reigning rel relIa ¬
ing Ia < < German success Berlin NeD Ne Elf ElfThe ElfTIM Elfhe
The T he dialogue contains a deal of philos philosophy pbtJOIIoph7 philosphy ¬
ophy o phy and is said to be full f U of gvelyhumor lively livelyhumor Uel71UD01
humor 1UD01 The masquerading characters clsaruterond charactersand elaalactprIDd
and a Dd mistaken lItakeD identities afford lord oppor opportunity opportunlt opporunity ¬
unity tunlt t for an n admirable company com pan of far farceurs faree1l18 ar arteutrs ¬
ceurs headed by Mr Morris as I Henry HenryFlteder HeD HeDlieder HenryP9ieder
Flteder lieder There Is abundant complica complication compUcatloa complication ¬
tion all the time to create artrong a strong 1m 1mpreasfoa 118PftUIoB impressioo
preasfoa of dramatic suspense and ad to toexploit tonpaok toexpblt
exploit the t affluence ueoce of feminine beauty beautyand beaatJDd beautyand
and Dd wen designed dresses which wtikbheightss whichheighten wJdebbellttea
heighten the attraction of natural tural en endowments eata end ¬
dowments d waeats ta and artificial arWI tal accomplish accomplishments ceoapl ceoaplx ¬
Kacia x at at tat Catanbia CatanbiaThe eel eelThe
Th Thgee The e London critics are ft hard rd to please pleaseand pIeueand
and hot at all prone pr De to accept a young youngartist youngartist OUqart
artist art unless D1eIIa personally convinced of ofhis ofhie
his greatness creatae The manner to which Icb Ko Kocian KocI
Situ cI the young Bohemian violinist violinistwon YloHDlatWOD violinistwon
won out < < In American parlance was wastherefore waatllenfore
therefore all 11 the more mOre noteworthy DOtewortbJUf7lDc and andgratifying andgratifying
gratifyingThe gratifying gratifyingThe Uf7lDc I
The London Star Mid 1 < < 1 of him1AschsChaconse him Of OfBachs OfBaeb
Bachs Baeb 1AschsChaconse Chacooae he gave P a rendering renderingthat renderingthat
that was technically of great brilliancy brilliancyand brilliaH7Dd brilliancysad
and Dd it was most justly phrased In the theBohemian UteBolaemlan t tetaefa
Bohemian la laroLt Fantasia atula of his master r Be Sevoifc Beoa
voifc oa his mastery mute of the no plus ultra ultraof t tof Un Unof
of daring dari difficulty dUleult deserves fc t4 be called catdrarvelous calledmarvelous eaUetIou
marvelous Iou Kocians fame as oae of the themost thebrtlllant t
most brilliant executants of f his time is issecure tatMCure i isecure g
secure secureKoclan tMCureKocian secureEectan
Koclan bids fair to beeoum as great greats poeatfaYOrfte t
a favorite in America IDef1ca u he Is In Inland Eng England ¬
land and Continental Europe u1ope He Bem will willgive willgive
give 11 a concert here Friday afternoon afternoonDecember afterDooa5 afterDooaCOhN at tatnosa
December 6 6CoJttarti
CoJttarti COhN ColumbiaMrs lira M Patrick CampbelL CampbelLThe eapMUnuuallDterest 1
The unusual nuuallDterest interest manifested in I M Mrs MrsPatrick MnPatrlek r a
Patrick Campbells coming engagement engagementat eD Pmeat Pmeatat
at the Columbia Theater to shown to tothe 1Dtile
the extraordinary uta0r4laa advance demand to totreats for forteats forg r I
teats g the sale Ie thus tbu far r being the tare largest laqe tareed ¬
est e < < the theater has had this season and andshe a Dd DdWill I
she will have Te a very e distinguished audi audience gadseau ul uloae ¬
eau to 0 greet net her on the opening night nightThere DKtTbere ngbtThere
There to isa a great curiosity urf08lt to see her in inthe laUte n
the new play 7 The Joy Jer of Living LtYl a I
transtotiea of Hermann Sudermanns Sudermannsgreat 8u4enDaDDcrt Sadermarnagreat
great drama Ka Lebe das Lebe Leben for forit forIt forit
it has already obtained a worldwide worldwidefame worldWidra worldwidetame
fame ra as a distinctive literary ItteZar achieve achievement aeJdeyet achleverest ¬
rest t and Mrs no Campbells production offt of ofIt ofIt
It to its ft first presentation preaeetau la Caglish CaglishAs BoglisbAs Ub UbAt
As the Countess CouIIt Beata a woman of the theworld tbewortd theworld
world who scorns convention but who whopossesses whopaasasee < < bo boP
P possesses IM the finer emotions and strong strongfamily strongfamily tJoD tJoDIJ
family IJ aflrction it tction she has a role strongly stronglysuited strongly stronglysuited ero eros1IIted
suited to the peculiar quality of her ge genius genius e eat ¬
nius at and is declared d la to have nave ve won a suc success success ac acen ¬
cess en in It second to none of her otter otergreat ottercreat oteegreat
great achievements aebt ± vements She will appear in inThe InJIae fnrbe
The JIae Joy Jer of Living Monday Moeta Tuesday TuesdayWednesday Tuea TuesdayWesesday ay ayW
Wednesday W lae8cla7 and Saturday nights On OnThursday OnaM OnThursday
Thursday she will present pehest the new corn eomoffffr COIDA cornr
offffr r Aont A Jeaantov by B F J Jtile Beacon liasoailk Beaconthe
the author sat a of Dodo o a OB v Friday Irlda7 taay lhTh lhThdeeoed The TheSecond na naIoeoD4
Second Mrs Tanqneray will be bePer given givenFor givenFos
For the Saturady matinee aatl she will ap appear apID appear ¬
pear in her great re character cacer of Magda MagdaSherlock lIapHShedeck MagdaSherlock
Sherlock AeimQw Kotowa at U the 1KatteoslSherlock KationaU KationaUSherlock ftiGulIoek
Sherlock Ioek Holmes Ho with wit William 011 Gillette 011lette 011lette ¬
lette ae the great detective will be the theattraction thettraet1oa theattraction
attraction at t the New National Theater Theateron TbMteri
i on Monday JIoDda night Much interest attaches at attaches t ttae ¬
taches tae to t this visit t because it is I the thefirst thebrat Ite Iteam
first appearance here of William WtlU Oil Gillette 011Itte Oillatte ¬
lette after ner his hi season of eight mottle montLsat aoan aoant
at t the Lyceum Theater London and b bot botea hocause > r rcause
cause ea Charles Claar Frohman UDO announces ttiat ttiatthto tisatthis 4ia 4iat
this t will be the teat IaI t Unto U1iaIi tills Mr v Oilette GlletteeTfr w will willever M Mever
ever be seen here In this role roleSherlock r role8herleek le leSherlk
Sherlock Holmes 80 is I widely wlelel regarded regard regarded re reelM ¬
ed aa one of the moot entertaii lug in indeed aadeed IA IAdeed ¬
deed thrilltngly interesting plays ever everseen eYeron everSeen
seen on any aD stage tap and to given by b MrGillette Mr MrGillette MrOillette
Gillette u a study atad in realism real It re redounds redo1lD4a redonnde ¬
dounds with wi dramatic Interest and the theattention tbettlOD theattention
attention of the audience never for t tJIIOIHDt a amoment amoment
moment lapse Mr Gillette brings brl with withhim wittIabD withhim
him a company com which to said to be the thestrongest theatrooct thestrongest
strongest be has ever bad in support supportIt upponIt
It to composed com of American and Dd Englishartists English Englishartists EUbarUata
artists many maa of whom supported him himduring himduring iID iIDtrrtD
during trrtD his Ie ran at the Lyceum Le Theater TheaterLondon TheaterLoDd TheaterLondon
LondonThe London LondonThe LoDd LoDdTIle
The management ma ° oeaeat t of the New National NationalTheater Ntlonal NtlonalTIMater NationalTheater
Theater wish especial attention drawn drawnto 41 41to drawsto
to the fact that dtertag p 4 i Mr Gillettes Gillettesengagement Gillette Gillettee Gillettesengagement
engagement e the eavtaia will rise at t toeloCk I Ioclock 8oeloek
oclock precisely each evening and at i ioclock J
2 oclock at t the Saturday iatv4aJ matinee uae After After82S
82S oclock evenMga a and 328 2 oclock at atthe attlae atthe
the matinee U no one wilt be seated teet until untilthe untiltbeeM untilthe
the tbeeM end of the first act This n r1 > has hasbeen baabee hasbeen
been bee made becaotb ur r G Ghhe ie e insists insiststhat laaiattbat insiststhat
that his bI audience udle ce shall 11 net he disturbedby disturbed disturbedby disturbedbJ
by a f few w latecomers la tco
OMBta lseus at the CotmMa ColnsWlThe CotmMaThe eoa eoaTbe
The first of a series of special ela mati matinees rattaees U Uot ¬
nees ot modern plays pia to t be presented PwIII by byMiss byMiss
Miss III Mary Shaw and the tit George lawnett Paw Faweett Paweett
eett company company at intervals late during the thewinter Uaowlater1II thewinter
winter wlater1II will be given at t the Columbia ColombiaTheater ColumbiaTheater CohaDblaTbeater
Theater next Tuesday 7 afternoon The Thecompany Thecompany Jbo JboCOID
company COID Iny will come to Washington to togive tot togive
give this t single Ias performance performD The playis play playto pia piaou
to Ghosts ou by Hcndrik Ibsen the t hot hotly botII hoty ¬
II ly y discussed Norwegian Norwe genius pnl who be believes bel beDoves ¬
Doves l that the t e theater to Iomethinll Iomethinllt something somethingmore somethingmore
more than t a place Plac for idle amusement amusementGhosts amusemnLGhosts
Ghosts to a powerful tragedy with wltbpat agreat a agreat
great moral lesson behind blol it The be story storyconcerns storyconcerns tol7 tol7cODCftU
concerns a mother mot who discovers lu her hersen laeri herson
i son the name dissipated habits which whichtwenty whichtwenty hi hi7
twenty ywrs 7 before shocked her when whenshe wbe wbealae whenshe
she detected them tb m In her husband theboys the theboys tlMtadlel
boys father It to a story of heredity hereditya IaeNlt IaeNltetor
a story etor which bears out in every linethe line linethe 11tHthe
the moral ral precept the tb sins 1 of the fa father fat tither ¬
ther t are visited upon U OD the children childrenMiss la ktldrnMW drea drea1Ia17
Miss Mary Shaw trill III appeal as a aAI Mrs MrsAlvtag YnAlvlaL
Alvtag AI the mother motherraderick t > Yederick O lawiswill Lewis Lewiswill Lewl Lewlwill
will be seen aa Oswald ow the son TIle Theremalaing Tn Tnremaining TIlelalC
remaining lalC roles 10 have been adequately adequatelyfilled adeqtllllecL adequatelySited
filled lllecLD SitedDo I IDa
Da D Kg Xotwa a If yauy muesli 11 at the National XatiouJDe NationalThu
Thu De Berme Symphony Orchestra 0Petntbe Orchestratrdtjfr
trdtjfr the lead anItIp 01 tile wenbo wenboror wenknowa wenknowaaesklsp
aesklsp ad campus for wtd which It ItwUl is isnamed
named wUl glee ft to ant concert flit tM tMDat thesame
same next Tuesday 7 afternoon De Deeem III
ber 9 at the New N National Theater nt > ater at t I
416 4 IS oclock The program prepared for forthe furtlae forthe
the occasion to oae wfcieh should apTwtl apTwtlto apit p u 1 1to lto
to the musicians ulcla and musiclovers of the theNational theNational be beNltal
National Capital la query very Hue of the theword tbeworcl theword
word The orchestra has this year ear been beenstrengthened MeDtreaatlaeDed beentnmgthemed
strengthened and Dd tike promises prom for a athoroughly athoroughly
thoroughly successful season Huon are manyand many manyand maD maDaDd I
and bright The aototot for or this thl occasion occasionto
to Oxide Mnsln the brilliant violinist violinistwho vtoUoUtwlao viotintetwho I
who baa for some ttijae tls been in Europe Europewhere El1rupe1 El1rupe1witer Eurupewhere
where witer he has chanted e eharngan all with his bl mas masterly mastub masterly ¬
terly work This arttot has not bees beesheard be beP bePh > a abeard
beard h in Washlngtoa Waahl for teltIOlDl some time and acdhis andhis cd cdretulU
his return will lIIbeJlaIW be bailed nailed with delight delightalike deU delightalike t tUM
alike UM by those who are familiar with Itb his hisart Maart hisart
art and those w1IMt wno while wltll not knowing knowinghim kno knowinghim DI DIhim
him anticipate Uelpate a musical stsical aakal treat Mr EH E EH EH
H Droop nr p the buatnon manager of this thtoorgaatoation t torpaba thisorganization
organization orpaba oD says tae tie sale of seats MatspIOIIealDl to toprogressing Isprogressing
progressing favorably nod a large audi audience aUt1leaee audiece ¬
ence to anticipated anticipatedVaudeville a anticipscYaudevUN tkipaecL
Vaudeville t Chase ChaseThe CbueTIle CbaseThe
The spice ple of Ills a will sprinkle kle thepolite the thepolite tilepOUte
polite vaudeville nil 11 MChaaes at Chases Qtue next week weekas wwka weekis
is as a the Ie program Will enlist t the talents of ofMisa ofMI ofMies
Misa MI Amelia AIDe Suauaurvtlto Sa SuastsrslDe f1IJe J K Murray Murrayaad 1111II 1111IIClara Murraysad
sad Clara Lane Eugene ORourke Leo LeoDervalto LeoDenalto Leo1ervalto
Dervalto Lamar and Gabriel QueenLibs Queen QueenLils QueenLn
Lils Ln Royal Hawaiian Hw Troubadours Nat NatLeRoy NatLeRoy NatLeRoy
LeRoy and Minnie 1DDIe Woodford W odford and ad the thevltagraph thoItapph thevttagraph
vltagraph motion molt pictures ° Bluebeard BluebeardMiss BlaebesrdMiss
Miss 1 Summervllle 8ul UDenlUe will deliver a society societymonologue aoett aoettloKae societymonologue
monologue loKae that satirtaes II tIrten the humorous humorouspoints hUlOroWipolata humorouspoints
points observed hi certain IIrta1 fashionable fashionablewomen fubtoDablwomea fashionablewomen
women to be met at aa afternoon tea teaJames t tJam teaJames I
James Jam K Murray and Clara Lane will willpresent willpteMDt willpresent I
present their condensed CODd version of pop poplar popular popDJar ¬
lar operas opera Eugene CrUonrtm Rourke who en enlivened eDltTtaod enlivened
livened so many of the Hoyt comedieswill comedies comedieswill coIMClI coIMClIwtll I
will demonstrate deo more of his bl humorous humorousability bumorouaabllit humorousability
ability abllit in Parlor Par A a ludicrous little littleaffair UtUea littleatatr
affair a atr by b Edmund Day n Day Leo Dervalto Dervaltowill DeatowUl Ikrralto
will inject sensationalism Mnuotlal by his daring daringspiral cIarIqaplral
spiral ascension a aacensioq ceoloq Lamar and d Gabriel Gabrielwill Gabrielwill
1 will introduce the IIDla1atufto miniature IIDla1atuftoDocbtader Dockstader DocbtaderDd Dockataderand
1 and Dd themselves temI s In a happygolucky lnelr eon eoneoetlen eG1Ieoeltoa coaeoetion
eoetlen Queen Lila Lil Royal Hawaiian HawaiianTroubadours HawaiiaDTroubadoura
Troubadours were wereJaeat oromiaeat features feat ares at atthe atthe t ttbe
the PaaAmertcaa PaDAmertcaaltlou Exposition and this thisis thl thlI thisla
is I their first auuaai appossaisvs iaue in vaudeville vaudevilleand vaudevilleand
I and their final ilia tour on their way w to toHawaii toHawaII
Hawaii Nat LeRoy and Minnie Wood Woodford WoocIIfGld
IfGld ford with lth A Uttib Monsense Mi JueIUJe Now and andThen 114
Then Ian and the vtiaaraph pb pictures picturesBnsbeard ptctnresBtaebeard plctlllftBtaebeard I
Btaebeard sold mate a pleasing con conclusion co coI ¬ I
elusion The sivoreeeie atvojaea sale indicates thattteadaace that thatattendance tbatUeadaee
attendance next Mq weak will I go nearer the thehighwater thehighwater
highwater cr mark An tssrt ever before this thtoseason thisseMon hla
i season
Robert t Eanaat at the LafgyetK LafgyetKBrandon LafayetlBrandon I
ara Brandon oD Tynan wno who appears ean at the theraette le lefavette i a afayette I
favette Theater suit at week k in his own ownplay ODpl ownplay
pl play l Robert Email Bec the Days of 1WJ 1WJhas tIJOJItMB 103baa
has been remarkabi re remarkaMy aarlUllllJfIrtuate lovtunate Ik II achiev achieving arlal arlalIUK achievlug ¬
lug a double sueeeaalM 1M playwright and andstar andstar andspar
star In his first MetltsioTAcee tmtage tmtageThree
I Three years nn wealrspent wojavvanaat in historical historicalresearch Jdatorlealreeeareh historicalresearch
research and 4 study at ss e the Ys times of Bobert Bob Robert Bobmet ¬
ert femmet met and Mr = associates > octtea in the theemeute tbeeumrte th themeute e
emeute of 100S Pr Tnamsa JLireemes Addis Cm Cmmet BInmE z zmet
met mE of 0 New York yo 4 evjgrand pond lul nephew nephewthe of ofthe oftbe
the illfated Irtsh J tsafier Iift on learning learningthe of ofthe
the ybltlon ambitions of yovng Tynan placed p1a at athto atb athis
I his b disposal the ajperateue elwwrn 1ImoUDt amount of datawblcb data datawhich datawhich
which he had g gMINOpak > iatia in compiling his hishistory blahttOlT hishistory e
history of tliellh u tbeg air t family 17 and which whichcost whicheat hlcla hlclaCQI
cost CQI Ida Idala over overi00 IOieV The play was waslhaany waa waaanally
anally la flnathadj but t If tVtipYt fT was more dtOeolt dtOeoltto dilikuito t tto
to find a nutaagefewa1 masglabrtdo would wosid venture late htomoney lateGIN hismoney
money GIN on a costly production of an onknown un unknown UDkacnrD ¬
known author tlaar Lucidly Robert Smarm Em Emmet 1IImt ¬
met t reached the i < Lan tilde of J Wesley WesleyRosenquest Wesle Wesle1roIIe1lq1l WesleyRonenquest
Rosenquest 1roIIe1lq1l t at who whote Ie theater most of thefamous the thefamous ta tafamous
famous Irish successes au of the last twenty twentyrears ureD ureD7ftm twentyyears
rears have Ia bean given That experienced experiencedmanager upereac upereacIIIaIIqer experesedmanager
manager at t once saw the naasibdlt pssdbitltee pssdbitlteecontained bOUI bOUIeoatalned s scontained
contained in the play 7 and accepted it for forproduction forprodu forproduction
production productionThe produ productionThe Uoa UoaCCI8t
The cost of rotnldls mounting tfc piece pieceenormous pIeeeeDOIIDOua lea t tenormous
enormous A great slur east east was en engaged eDd engaged ¬
gaged d and Dd the iMlnt first norfce psrfearaee mamiu was WUsueeea asuccess a asuccess
success which amaaoi New York Brandon Bran Brandon BnuacloD ¬
don Tynacs T7aau triumph was great eat enough enoughto
to warrant Mr Resenaneet a TlI la offering offeringhim oCfellaclID offeringhim
him lID a starring coatr caa coatlliet > et far a term of ofyears ofJean ofyears
years the offer o < < er was accepted and the themanager thel themanager
manager l now has a star who has mist verified verifiedhto Uk d djucllPDeat 1 1his
his Judgment Robert Bamet Bnwn t will 111 be begiven I begiven e ePna
given here with the name caR and stage stageaccessories ataeoeeaortea stageaccessories
accessories seen in tae tIt New Ne York pro production protueU productiOb ¬
duction tueU ductiObApop
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N Across the Padfe at Use Ua t a > Academy AcademyWashington AcMeayWub1DCtOa AoadeiyWashington
Washington theatergoers t ate again to tosee toBIan tosee
see Blaneys BIan s military mtarr omnedydrama omnedydramaAcrots OIIItaed7 euedydramaAcross nma nmaAaw
Across Aaw the Pacific at 8 the Academy of ofMusic ofe ofMusic
Music e next xt week Hit Nearly all of tfe the orlg orlginal 08hlat odgIns
inal Ins compa compary tOID + y have born retained for this thisseason thl thlad thissason
season and ad Harry Clay C nianey Iue7 will willagain willqUa willagula
again be sere aa a s Wtttte Uva 11 the war warcorrespondent wareorpoadeDt wareorreapondetL
correspondent eorpoadeDtACIOa eorreapondetLAcross correspondentAcross
Across ACIOa the tb Pacific Pad to AId to be the thelargest tbeIaI1lt thelargest
largest popular priced attraction on the theroad theroad
road aft Afty > eight people being on the stageat stage stageat atapt
at t one 11 time New N scenery and andUlroqItoqt effects effectsthroughout e0eotsthroughout
throughout have been made for 01 the pro production prod productless ¬
ductless d this season e son and and the management managementhave managementhave at atba
have ba spared neither ante pulse sot DOl expense npeDMfetalD to toretain toretain
retain or exceed Ha former r rt standard standardbt standardus
t us e bt at the prIeL pry H
Among the company cam7Blue supporting Mr MrBlaney MrBlaney
Blaney Blue are WU William Pftny Dsatooll Harry HarryFenwlek HurryPentrkk IIarr7Jenwtk
Fenwlek Frank K MteKftg MiK Miss Pearl PeartL P PL PearlL
L L Ford lwd Francis Diamond D 1 r 4 and lad Kittto KitttoWolfe 11111 11111Wolfe jute juteWolfe
Wolfe WolfeThe
8eleufje at the tJIeEmpire Writra WritraThe
The Empire Theater announces UDOUDe another an another another ¬
other highclass blscl attraction att1actl for next nextweek nextweek 1 1double
week a double one onetbe the Gilded World WorldBurleoouers WwldBurleequera WorldBurlesquer
Burleoouers with Klralfya 1fln1tJ8 Colossal C losaal Bal Baltot Ballet Ballet
let the last named having haYi been recently recentlyseen JtICeIlt1 JtICeIlt1ID recentlyseen
seen in this thl city cU at t the Lafayette Theaterwith Theater Theaterwith Tbeatprwltb
with the Around the World company companyManager companyMnapr companyManager
Manager SchlesinKer puts put forth the theclaim tbeetallD theclaim
claim that next weeks WHIt attraction is the tb
strongest which baa this season a been of offered offe offered ¬
fered fe at t the Empire Besides the ballet balletwhich balletwbleb balletwhich
which include sixteen Bngltoh dancers dancerstwo daacerstwo dancerstwo
two burlesques II will be offered o < < e and five firmexcellent fiveexcellent fty ftyexcelleat
excellent vaudeville acts aet Tee company companyIn tODIpanla
In its entirety QUret numbers forty fort people peopleand peopleand ople opleaDd
and has met with considerable success successin successIn UCClU1D
in other cities cluesThe citiesThe cUle cUleWtUlama
The Williams and UI Walker companyheaded company companybeaded compnybeaded
beaded by Avery Ay r and andllart Hart which is I thisweek this thisweek thl thlwMk
week entertaining eDlertalDID enormous crowds at atthe attIN atthe
the Empire Empl Theater will give P a concert concerton
joe 016 Sunday 1ktDda night at t that theater The Thefull Thefull Thefull
full strength of the be large company eompanwli eompanwlibe willbe will willbe
be entoted together wth Wltlt an augmentedorchestra augmented augmentedorchestra aucmeatectorcbeetra
orcbeetraClQlftIU orchestraCRRISTIAN orchestra orchestraCBKlSYIAir
The Hon H a William WID I O BwIn Ewing of Chi CMcage Chicago Claleaco ¬
cage who has receat recently returned from froIalecture a alecture alecture
lecture tour of 0 England and Scotlandwill Scotland Ssotlandwill
will 111 deliver de an It address on Christianadobe Christian Christiansctefte C1artattaalcabee
adobe In the U New Ke National Nn Theater tor at
330 Sunday afternoon
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now being demonstrated for a few days cia only in this tIti city cityTHE t flutyTHE t7 t7THE
THE LANii LANGUAGE UAGE PHONE METHOD is the cti discovery ecmry of that eaaxaL tltko nfrecHy y on
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feid Id shorten the oldfashioned method mettf > d of teaching tN loreip oreign languages languagesNo IaDpapNo IanguagesNo
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and other waste of time over antiquated methods methodsIt me aoa aoaIt
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