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GIRL DRUGGED AND
BOBBED AT BEACH
Aliss Lilhe Nussbaum Loses
Valuable Jewels to Chance v
Man Acquaintance
Meets Stranger and Makes
Rounds of Cafes Until She
Loses Senses Mr*.
l>rugTßcd and then robbed of jewelry
valued at I-S0 and a purse containing
11.10. was th« experience of Miss LiJlle
Xirs^l>aum, 24 years of age. daughter of
"A- I. Nussbaum, retired merchant, liv
ing: at :M24lj Sacramento-street, after.
raJcins a •joy ride" on a oar with .a
strance man, with whom she dined and
willed until the cariy'bours of yester
day. niornir.gr.
Th*? girl was found in a semiconscious
condition below the Cliff house about
6 o'clock yesterday morning by. acting:
Serjeant Malcolm and Policeman B. J.
Smith.' She. told" them that she had
been drugged and robbed." 'She'^aid ehe/
met a stranger at Sutter and Polk
ptreets about 7 o'clock . Friday- nigrbt,.
who represented himself as a member
ot tie Xcw Yo.rk stock exchan^ecaa
visit to enjoy the festival. He told
lier he was a guest : at the St. 'Francis
hotel."' ' " ' • -; '- '•;\u25a0 .. 'i \u25a0 - ' ..: ;fj
MAKE ROUNDS OF C.IFES -. . \... .
From the hotel they went ,to the
Flor de. Italia -restaurant at Broadway
and Kearny street, where . they had
dinner and several drinks.' After-din
ner he proposed^ they, should take a
ride on the cars. Thiey boarded a Slit
ter street car, and after U-aving it went
to Olsen's cafe at .Forty-eielith avenue
and Cliff avenue, where they drank
several Manhattan cocktails. They
walked along the" great' highway,' when
fshe complained of not feeling well, and
Fhe sat ; oii a bench.- -wirile \u25a0 her- -com
panion went- to the Seal : Rock; house
*nd returned witji a £la?s.o£ .wjne.. She.
save she noticed that there was a white
substance at the bottom of the glass,
and when she swallowed" thfe' liquor if
burned her mouth and throat. Then
she became unconscious'.
She described the man as about 33
years of age, dark complexion and .hair,
E . feet 6 inches tali, smooth shaven,
with a dark scar or birthmark on the
left side of his face 'near the ear.
TAKES RINGS OFF FINGERS
The jewelry was' talten froiri her
fingers ' and consisted of a gold ring
with a solitaire surrounded with a
• luster of diamonds, valued at $150;
a. gold wire ring with diamond, valued
at $100. and another valued at. $30. , •••\u25a0
Detectives T. C. Murphy a "d Esola
were detailed <on Uift case, and when
they questioned Miss Nussbaum * she
altered her story by saying that she
met the man ' Thursday during the
parade:-- • • \u25a0-- \u25a0 \u25a0 - \u25a0.----' . - -^
ATTORNEY VINDICATED
BY BAR ASSOCIATION
Client's Charges .Against Robert
P. Troy Fail
The grievance committee of the bar
association completely vindicated At
torney Robert P. Troy Friday after ex
amining Mrs. M. C. Downey of Watson
ville In reference to her charges that
Troy had neglected her interests.
The charge fell on Mrs. Downey's
own testimony and Chairman J. C. Mc-
Kinstry told Troy that it was not nec
essary for him to put in the docu
mentary proof he was prepared to
Mrs. "Downey said Troy was re
tained in a suit for the payment of. her
husband's life Insurance five years ago.
She postponed the trial at her. own re
quest and a year and a half ago got
another lawyer and finally had the suit
dismissed. She said Troy first advised
her she could not win and then ob
tained an offer for a compromise from
thr company, which she refused.
After she dismissed Troy -the com
pany withdrew the offer. She says she
paid Troy but $6S for his flve years'
.service.
Vote' for Dr. C. C. O'Donnell for cor
oner: tlie dead will be respected. Rep. • |
B: KATSCHINSKB V
THE GREATEST SHOE HOUSE IN THE llTlf'"" ~~ ""''"" "'
825 MARKET STREET, Near FOURTH^ OPPOSITE STOCKTONSTREET
SHOE SPECIALS OF INTEREST !
DON'T MBSS THESE yMUES^YOUyCAN^TA^ JO
THEY'RE THE BEST EVER OFFE
WOMEN'S GUN METAL WOMEN'S "ASIOR" PUMPS WOMEN'S yiCIIKIDfi
WWlilfflffiSßTr? c? OftTCIIT pni T ' - I>rci»» and Walking
MwH&l. • s ' svo s« er rArtnl LOLI \^2k : ' e HOES
&^Wvu'J Blucher» Qi| aj- §[^^^$mL t^^^l 0 ! A 1! • s<?les nnd ?>***
wS'T^—^^^^v-\ ynnip ;offcct~ivlde fc «n«n how on .i^jsxV'liKS'TO SBi'kW \u25a0\u25a0Kit6'.«—^
r-ulina her In. front— lllch Cuban heels. Mnde >of Imperial <vicl -klrt., in V nil:
The late«t Xew York Mjlr—V moil- A low cut .V. C Kp , fclal " {1 ! ln r < '. ne "''* nhnpei.^nHv heelnrHßht ' niiil . oxtcu- :
Üb, clever iibof for. everjda j- • wear \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0— \u25a0— "7T..... .... nloii'Jiolpm. IF -YOU XEEDJA^PAUIt,
'-fiißY'v patfwt pniT IHFAHTSr'PATEHIjCOLTi 9 *f*; '" v\u25a0 - d/wcv CA » cftM^
UIKLD TAItWI bULI wuifp iin RpnwM^fhp P^S7^i^SBOYSISAMSON|
rmxjm , nacco ounm Will It AriU uttUWrf lur / "^s» fAiFATHnm
"TW- n DRESS SHOES riittaw cuncc / : W tALr
jj Newest Shapes \u25a0: fSa^ x ' '\u25a0'\u25a0^i- :^ : - ?#&&?s&.''>>*'
SisiSiii s^sk;,^
..%t«o,C. »I4W>. v %..,->.^..... \u0084:\u25a0, piKCM 4 <OH< v>Hh»i.prlng;hreuV..>l.<H> Strew i^^nl^^r^.'TiT^r.r^'.^.^i.'^
SHOES ji^fr^SS^ S5 | tAIRDJSCHOBER SHOES ,!r^^^SSs
FOUKTEEN. CHINESE. ARRESTED— St. Louis. 4
Oct. 23. — A tPlcpratn t<Klay from ', Dallas,"., Ter.,
. s«rs; Fourlcoir ChlDOso who arrived in -that
city October 15 liaro l>em arrested. snsi>octcd
' nt UaTln? Imth Mn'.isKlcti across "the .^lcsioan
Ixinlcr. It i* 7**>liove<l ' here' that- th<-se *kre
. inpmlx>rs «.f tUe sanu; party. of .Chinos^ that o«»
\u25a0 <-upl<vl a-froiplit <«ar- which "rr«itrhPil. St. ?l.ouls
Friday from Krian.. Tox... "and: illi«ap|K>ar«|.' •\u25a0\u25a0
Capes for -.Afternoon and Evening
Very attractive, in tokay artifirokc,'"grccn:and light tints —
Evening Frocks for losses S
Elfgant in tlitfir' dainty simplicity 'and youthfulncssr-^ ';,' ;\u25a0*] . ;,
Plain Man-Tailored Suits
' New showing of mannish' cut; well built, neat, styjish -garments--
' Made to Sell &sk <l 3 A3 \S Each . \u25a0
Simple Man-Made Tailor Suits
" " Arriving daily, from the best manufacturers in- New "York "who"
know the meaning^— perfection intciiti and: finish. •;-• :
lllii^HiliHllilill
SOMETHING^ DIFFERENT
ALPACA PETTipOA^TS in plaicls'and: checks./: .* Q i n ft
' : Special value. .. ..:... .-. . : . . V . . v . ." . . ...... ., JJt.UU :
• MOREEN PETTICOATS in ;plaids and black: :. ; Q C C fl *
Attractive price. ../.... . : . .'. . . '\u25a0.'':' :\\\ ::.::\.:: $3«ull
Paris and New York Model Hats
In Plume, Wing. Flower" and Feather Band Effects \u25a0 .
SALE 6f LAC| CURTAINS
' -\u25a0\u25a0^20% to 33P> Reductions
True Value. ;- /^Reduction.
$2.25 Pair— SCRIM. XURTAINS, HEMSTITCH . . . . fl» 1 CA
. - „ - .. - BORDER , _ _ .:............... *p I.OU
$3.00 Pair— FRENCH NET CURTAINS, ARABIAN d»? »Tr-
LACE INSERTION^with Arabian edging. . . . tj) 1 . f.O
$2.75 Pair— SCRIM CURTAINS, TWO INCH, HEM: d»Q (\f\
STITCHED, extra ; quality 5crim.. ........... tp^.UU
$3.00 Pair— SCRIM CURTAINS, TRIMMED WITH fc O ' fl A
PLAIN BAND OF 5CR1M. ...... ... . ..... . . *p£*.\J\)
$3.00 Pair— SCRIM CURTAINS, trimmed with Band and <I*O (\f\
Grecian key de5ign. ...... .'.:'., ..............'. *p&*»\J\J
$3.25 Pair— PLAIN NET CURTAINS, three band border tf»O OC
oii ; of tucked net... ... ... .... .... ........ .. . . *p£*»£**J
$4.00 Pair— IVORY SCRIM CURTAINS, four inch Cluny <J»O T7C
Insertion and Edging. . .7\ ............. . ... ... «])»• / O
$3.25 Pair— PLAIN NET CURTAINS, five 'tucks of QO'JK
—OUR SPECIAL—
Mahogany Library Table ' /
Colonial design; four solid mahogany columns; tf»OP AA
spacious drawer. . ... ............... .... . . .'. . . . .«P^O«vlvf
Geary at Stockton - - Union Square
THE SAxN .^KANCIiSCO CALL. BQNDAY, OCTOBER 24, IDOD.
SAVED \u25a0 FEPM ! ELECTRIC : CHAIK^Wh I r j-touu .*
V N. , V.', : o<t.'2;s:^-JaiiW I>. Farmer will not; be
tried again for the rniinlcr ot "/Sarah ; ISrcnnan
' at Brownsvi'llo. a crime for Well Farmft's vrife
was "plcctfoentpd, nccordins to .'an aniiounrcmpnt;
\u25a0 : V«f. the .Ustrlc-t attorney" trifir-s Tllt; c ""%%,
Hpppalsithiswpck U^lil thaf-r«naM-..j»lio \u25a0 b«
. t.!4n .. condemnvU to -^Icatb. \u25a0 >vas conviotod -on
* lmprop»»r, ctMciic. V- . : ' \u25a0'\u25a0 =-- -\u25a0\u25a0 ' : _^__i__^
The Largest Furniture
and Carpet Stprie in S^ui
Francisco and ;;^e;3fig^ \u25a0 "
gest Values Mi the Time
.-*"•-- :\u25a0*,'*:-- i \i- a-. - .;,\u25a0 / . ;\u25a0;.-_\u25a0/ v : ", * : -" -\u25a0-
% ; Showing- is the best , \vay' of 'proving. - When we'",
say that onr assortments, of : low ; priced furniture, car-
pets, rugSj and draperies arc the '-largest and our values.
: the'best, wcistand ready to prove the same. Gompari- : : •
"•'\u25a0'. son is .the' test. .We arc- always eager tp\ have you \u25a0
- make'it." v \u25a0&;;- V*V '* .' [ '\u25a0 : '\u25a0'" " :.. : : ' '. ' :'-.
\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•; rurniture JLFepartnient ;h
. /\u25a0Rocker, niadc by.' Stickley.^.finished- in fumed oak, ;\u25a0'. ;;. .. ,'."
comfortable loose; goatskin" cushiotr in seat. ...^10;. t'
ArmXhair to match;. /.%-„ .'r/.^. . 1 . i . /.1 .'.1. 1 . .1^10./ > ;
: Settee to" match, four; feet; long. : / v.v.. ;;'..;:'.. -?20 ';•
\ -'\u25a0 /\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0 Living Room Table, 40J inches long, with drawer.-; . .
\u25a0 >'-.' '-/- and uridershelf . . . ;•'.-. .-. ;". ;v^'t . l': . ..> '. 'V.v. /y;sls "'"'.\u25a0•
• ",v. These-'four articles;; comprise a very, comfortable/^;*
* ; .;\u25a0' and thoroughly well made Stickley Living, Room' ,*..
.V, ,\ "outfit, ' for" only v. ;"..'.;. . : . ... . .-.. T . v ; V.v. .> . .^55 :
\u25a0 -' \ / '*' ' ' ;^ -' ~ *. ', ' ,
and Rug Department
. ; . . Rpxbury Tapestry. . . . ".•:;. \, '. : -'.- : . '. 'l ": 1 : .^ : .v. . .... .80^ r
Crex Rujs, 6x9 feet:-. «.^.:.'.J. : . v.:. ......... .1 ..^5
.s. s Crex Rugs, 9x12 feet. ....y. >. /. . . . . . . 1 ..... .$9.50
Drapery Department \
. . .. Colored Stencil Scrim, "4o inches wide; all new de-., .\u25a0. > \u25a0
... signs,- per yard . . . . \u0084. . . .V. . .. : .v . . . . . . . .•.:.:.25^ \u25a0
. Portieres with .fringe top and bottom, 1 border. front :
edge and bottom,, assorted colors, ; per pair.: §2.50
Scrim Curtains, 40 inches T wide, 2% yarcis long;
: .per ;pair '\u25a0.-.... ..".;."'.'-.".^;. •:\u25a0;'.. _\u25a0" _.;\u25a0\u25a0: - : .v?.-. . .V: :^2.35' ,V\ ?
Colored Imported Madras, 48 inches ;wide, per
yard, ... /. . . ..... . . . . . . . . . .... . . . . . . .:;90^ \u25a0
WHOLESALE— SIX CE 1858-^RETAIL -
Corner Stockton akd o'farreu
[NEWMAN & LEyiNSO^
J; Girls' College Dresses, $11.75
r \u25a0 Ladies' Blue Worsted Suits, $19.75
AGreatpayinßeady4o-WearA^^^^
r LADIES* SUITS OF CLASS
, '\u25a0-•-: - , Third Floor ' ,
Our highest v priced Tailored , Very stylish Suits in .military
Suits, of the best quality broad- effects, for .misses and 'small;
\u25ba »-i™~^« *i,^ \u0084„„,- „„„„„> vinri iole stripes; .;aouble breasted
T h °«ofn rt If ' 1 * °'° skirts; a grand val- V^^ n
„to $95.00, Reduced $ -- .. ue at. ...'.:.:..:..: .$25.00. ;
\u25ba .'\u25a0'\u25a0 ll 9 ".."•;- ••\u25a0*•"\u25a0'•>\u25a0 v ; •- ; -';;"'*- * V) Seventyrfive charming" Suits
|, - Tailored Suits, just 'arrived; selected;- from our stock of suits v
y} from onr 'very best manufac- that ; sold • for \u25a0\u25a0 $29.50, .'sizes
. turer ; charming 45 "inch ' coats, t for regular,: figures/ ; misses .
[ lined with : Skinner s Satin, ~ and : [ and small women, 'but not , every .
r fullplaited skirts ;: made of ele-. size-in every. style. <: Not nn-uh-
gant hard \u25a0finished {worsteds; all desirable suit :in the entire col- .
y P sizes- and- plenty: of them, in lection.'for they are all this sear
l, : navy, smoke, catawba and black; son'smodels and all excellently.
L ' a most; exceptional : i, m''riy~~V. tailored. : ; An aston- c^ •aa
y - .value at. . . ;...:.. . . . ,^P l"»f>^ ishing value; at: >:Vr..^>^ » •***>
S SMARTEST DRESSES^BARGAIN PRICES
| : " . . '. Third Floor .
\u25a0 even hundred , Dresses, for.' - Black Jersey. \u25a0 Dresses ; double -
b young ladies ahdlmisses. Those* |grea^^d,^l9j|^^fplalw<l|mea?S
0 : f: stylish* college - models,'., of -ex-/ 'saline flounce skirt. 7 One. of r
l* v bellent worsteds; garnet,'- navy, , j the season's mpst /stylish - mod-
,-) jr smolce' and catawba^ nothing; eA : v
f: -l shown this 'season -to - equal f0r. ........... . . gj**'^''
h ; these 'suits i for less vthan V a sample 'line of ': Princess \u25a0 :
y , r sls.oo ; ''on sale to- «. |\u25a0• *• c . Dresses, ~'sot> desirable prunella
y. : morrow at . . ; ....;.'. .s* *j *• * : .cl oth ;' \u25a0; old Vrosey- tan, • cadet/ navy y *
t- - princess^ Dresses, of. elegant and iblackl- handsomely, braided ;.
,-.^messaline;,:handsbmely'. tucked i '\u25a0; and embf oidefed ;: beautiful mod-.
r - waist; and 'embroidered; • ,? full i . els, tweir made; ; intended to sell
y x plaited^ ' skirt -navy,' blackVand^- ;"slB.so'"and^ $20.00;" very,
r- wistaria; fine I value; . <j?24, 75^ tt s P ec ! al value : ; $14. 7S
r_ 55.00 TO $7i50 WAISTS, $3195
r ."-__" '. - .. ":.,-'.\u25a0".• ' r . .; .','?{' .Third'Flffor' >'..">' ' : ™^"™r™T \u25a0;.',:'.
r-';X collection of. about one hun-- '\u25a0?. Charming Net Waists,: braided
i, dred Waists, that soldfrpm^OOv a] made over silk; fouhda- \
, y,tOHs7.so,^of messalines,;, taffetas^ - : - , - \u25a0'.\u25a0}:\u25a0'--.-->!. X
r : and i nets; not r all: sizes in "every- tiori; black- or white; _a mostr;
';V style, bul/air; sizes in .the, lot;; ; ' e ff e ctive "and r exceed-/'
r splendid- models: all worth.. ': . ; .-..•,
fi-, original I'prices; now." «^j : Ae : in SlyS lv .-good; value,. q.« oft
\u0084 \u25a0; loweredHo. :: . .".•.•;..v:- r :*.«P«*« y v,i . g at :\u25a0•:•!".••. :-.*•\u25a0 -:-. '••• v. -. .:.:-.•: . .m>* » y ° .-
\u25a0 / ST^LISHtRSAINCQATS : v
,7, ... \u25a0•;. / ,_V 'j ' -."\u25a0' -Third'FloofSr;' - \u25a0"/'" \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ' , ': ' '
\ Ladies' Rain Coats,, of rubber-1 Silk Rain Coats; black; ;':
r': >ized : alpaca ; i steel i gray ; V stylishi ; s teel gray, cadet and navy ; semi-^
l^lltctiJ fiifir^Si) !m.in ? ; mod^« wui,; saun >taod :.:
y : rssweep;{ fine .Value ccr^'c • y. ok . es: . : a -Monday/ "c loTcr\~- ; ?
V^'at: ; . : . . Jn.;.;-'!J n . ;. ;-'! '. :V :'.\ > . V . . • y*** ; sale bargain at 1.. . :: .<plOi3U *^
r COyERjTfANDiBROADCtOTH COATS
p ;: \ ;:. .'\u25a0'\u25a0".;, ,r : ;''M':'' ; ,'; J :\\ ; \u25a0;;• '/liThifd^Floor-''; ?. •-•_ : -\u0084. -...;..', \u25a0...-\u25a0\u25a0:./\u25a0
\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0', -J':- Black', ; \u25a0'\u25a0_ all-wool, i; broadcloth i< */ Black;; broadcloth:' Coats;^s2
.'KCoats; 7 ; excellently; tailored ;;>s2 1 "^i^V> : :- : ' :c \u25a0 : :':\ ."-'-C'.V.. - ' r
i : : incaies-long; -semi'-'or- tight)fit-r ; inches long, of -very ; superior \u25a0?
' . -0 s Covert * Coats" ; semi of : : tight ' 'with* Skinner's , Satin ; a , speci-
?r' ; -fittirig|models;^2:iriches:long;;; .i^en'iifVtheTMffliest^^:.S"" • -
r- worth > " $15.00-5 ; for ~\ ft ~~ m^ 1ot;l^1 ot ; l^ S W :V^ - ; ftrt •
t^M6nday'V/v: l ; v 'l'Tv; v/.'. i«P* V»« «*.r, - grade. tailoring: .;v^.!PbJ|iUU,^
[ STOCKTON & OTARRELL
•i^ i."C : ¥ ----- ''\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 r '^ ; tS.A--5 H;,i-; :: -; v i : ..,,;.. ,',; JV- ; ;;:; . ; ,-.
CALL WANTS— THERE'S A REASON: SUCCESS
BEST VALUES at the BUSY (GGRNEF?
;«RANTAVE.i MO eEAIW : STREET
Swell Tailored Suits 35^
No Better Values Obtainable at This' Price.
Vie Fit the? Stout
Ladies who never could be fitted in ready-tp-.wear
.. suits can find a complete line bf extra sizes here from
. ... .. ,45^0- 55- inch bust measure. \u0084'.*.
Smart Tailored Suits 25^
' .^ Best .Values, in {This City.'' i\ ;
, Styles that;.wjll please you; Made of vtnis/scason.*s j
• newest materials h\ all fashionable colorings. We'are j
.^showing many styles at this price.. / \u25a0 I
Women's Stylish Dresses 20^
Reduced From $25. - \
This'is an extra" special— a ; pretty style.- Made of
:'. : widerwale: serge; trirnmed -with; soutache ;
braid in harmonizing color; lace yoke; semi-fitting j
;i ;• plaits at sides of skirt ; in the newest colorings. ;
Women's Long Coats ;ls—
Other Styles at $17.50 Up. \
. V . Embodying the newest .styles and materials ; well s
i made ; correct in every particular. "' »
Attractive Styles for Children and Misses.
Three-Piece Suits 18^50
8 to 16 years. , A splendid line in serges, fancy I
: weaves, cheviots, diagonals in the newest shades.
• Other THREE-PIECE SUITS at $20 to ?35. •
Children's Woolen Dresses 6—
\u25a0 . •- \u25a0 \u25a0 • \u25a0 . \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0• - ~i?
Latest styles in mohair, serge" and panama; in red,
Nobby Coats for Misses 10—
In the new wide- wale serges. •
Large Consignment of v
' Handsome Fur Garments
Muffs and Neck Pieces
Big Values— Choice Line
Here is a line of furs that will meet with your
approval because they are the finest and will be sold
at less than their value. New and fashionable styles
of all prevailing kinds of furs worn. now.
Pony Coats at 37.50
It will pay you to see* this line before choosing
, your winter furs. ;v % ?
A Sale of ' Hats
THAT PARIS MIGHT. ENVY—— —
Some of x^ ese '^ atS: f^fS^^^^^^^^^^^M
some/are worth.
$20— riotasiiigle -.
They' are - 1 h ej Ut^£P^^^%aßH^M^
models of a •\u25a0 '
York man miUiner'^^^^p^^^^^-"" o^mo^ /
taste has won for. "^%^^: r .*&L "^fex
him a national rep- V^'^^L "^jffipsfe
utation as a designer of original \u25a0 \u25a0 >^Ss^iMßSßt<.
and beautiful Hats for Her Maj- wXJSftt l -
esty— the American Woman.
Shapes are , bewitching — be-
coming— correct. And they are trim-i^ifcv^^g^^^
mcd in charming ways with plumes, '^^^^^^ I
feathers, wings, flowers, ribbons and &&/%%*0?:
"•: AH ;, the new colors and *oMfifrf?/±
plenty of black; stixyM*
IWe have given you many astonishing millinery values
this' season, but' these bargains; easily beat them all. If
iyou have I any idea whatever of buying a ne what, you \u25a0
will make a costly mistake if you purchase before seeing
Ithese2s 1 7.5pt0 $22.50 Hats at "$ 1 2.50.
The Robert Wallace Furs
Make Royal Xmas Gifts
•I*".-.! '".."'.'' "",'" -\u25a0-•;•-•\u25a0• ; [; — _• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0-' --: -. \u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0 - ;\u25a0 '
!F^T?^¥**F£' t0 Tra fo .??y ° r .;! Sel j ? ' CALL Want Adsi-ii-— -J

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