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fIWBTROHG
GLIMPSES
AUTO SHOW
Salesmen All Treat Him
| With Deference, lor One
Never Knows. Nowadays
BT HAL ARMSTRONG
)|lßr three hour* today, at the
ougirestlon of Ton Fills. wall know
poo-leucd City editor. 1 functioned
In the role of a man buying an
MtOinobile.
-Go," mil he, -to the anto
•bow. Pretond you are a gentle
MS. See what happen* "
I brushed paM the autocrat at
tke entrance.
"Hmr ha deo>an<lrd "Where'*
your ticket T"
Coldly. 1 looked him over
"I'm from The star." I told him
V "Where'* your ticket?"
IMR "DOM*:** M%NA«.KR, HIT
IWMATS TIIK. llimmtMlf
8 "1 wont to see the loolenant gov
Honor. la he here?"
LI "T«o. Mr. Poyle—l mean Mr.
■ fT|k In Buuuurvr of tha »hn*
I Ha'* hare somewhere. Whefe's
■ TOUT ticket?*
mp "I'm gome to gtre thts show a
naßMon Mollnr*' worth of free pub
**
[1 "Where"* your ticket r*
|| |t was useless 1 walked bftck
Iff to the office and got » pan*
It Jui4 Inside the left win* stood
luO COr the like of whk-k I had
Qienr I* fore seen. It «a.< a deep
HI Maroon. with red wheel* and lone,
altitude r lines. It had a maroon
[BltOllni top, be voted plata gLuJ
In windows maroon plush-oovered
W (Mb. suns hi eld and the latest thine
wtndahu 'ls Oo tha runnlne
K)HOi were four foot mat.*.
11l Hht'f a daisy." admitted J. E.
MjMtoynoUls soleetnan.
Ifi "Knock* my eye out." I an reed.
|m*Vow much for the Job—
|:| Too are not up to the minute
[Swtth your automobile slong vinNwi
II you call a car a Job. Mr. Mc
■jteynotd* locognixcd me at one*
HM* a taOtlltanure.
Is —Sixteen hundred, as *he stands."
IS, "Paltry." I eomtuented "What
ISVoad of cor Is she?"
■enVWUT—AII
II Mr. Mcßeynolds grinned
If "Chevrolet." he answered. "Too
II mo, we're painted her up and
|lgMfct«d these trtmmlnga. I don't
Hkaow of a car In the show I'd
i| '"There was a lowslun* nuw
H ootoeed. speed maniac's rig acrtir~i
■ tko aisle. I sauntered over and
■ sMt Roy W Oorbett.
■ . xfggje Job." he volunteered, pntnt
■tef to the lone botOed thins "Matte
Bit myself In my own shop rueht
fast'l' ahe tmval'*" I try
■ ~ "tBSe'Tl do 15 " He wtnked
■ "It's the only electric speedster
■ln the Northwest. I all It U
K -What prloor
■ -Well. I didn't bond the mr to
■UML Mora for advertising my
I piws she's worth lIOM
rrm' rtel coot SI.SO« Too
■ado •••>' hur "v 7 «'«*• or
■mm coo throw Wr Into hlirti and
BfiOa iMM out. Tore np a 190-foot
BMy of aiprt mtnlnc Into the
■ V. W. Jatwen directed my at-
I too lion to • huge eight cylinder
Bfttttlr valued at t7.W). whooe speed.
Bfeo sold, could bo "developed up
MM COLOR SOIM*» ✓
■pUC A RNKKZK
K; "lis a Cunningham." be sold
the oldest manufacturer of
Kjpgioor* ani in the country. We
Bgiaito build coaches in the old
Kflam. Mow we make autoa. And
■jffl- fto say It, It's a hondsoo>e
I **inmt color do yoo ceil It?" I
■ OlfcOtf. odmlrlntrly
■ he said, "ta beegh "
■ -What—
■.V>*«MZh."
H. MOh. yea, of course How do
■mo spell It
■l -| don't know. TonH bare to
Kpk norne woman. It's something
HE* k-1-e-n-o. I think"
Vno orchestra wm playing a
■ißrrage of Italian opera, t'nder Its
Ifgver, 1 eacape.) Into the Ford dr-
a dozen salesmen jrurroonded
|f-"When you soing to get your
RjJRprS coop* Intereated In the
Bpferdson tractor* Notice the new
■ gees of the Ford louring car this
H; A thousand other questions, as
Bf%cy bottonholed me. Frayed and
Rfeoftoted. I finally fled.
|J. 'Withal. It l« a splendid show
nirkere ore new rotors and new de
L^^giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiil
ETHICAL DENTISTS Sy
Your Teeth S
May Look =
All Right, f§
But —How 5
Roots? •
m Many patienta who hara »uff»red from rhenrnn
m Uom and general 111 health never auapelt their
M reeth aii the potalble cause of the trouble. ZZS
■ For the te*-th may be without cavltiea And with-
I out blemlih and still be dan iter on* trouble-breeder* —a
I Abiwim often form about the roota, and cnm« SSSS
I become dliteaaed. makinn fertile poiaon apota which
1 pollute the blood stream. —J
1 Have you had your teeth examined lately* 255
1 Thla firm repreaenta a irroup of •peclajlala all
K part owner* of the buainem.
BV MOT ATTENDANTS A TIJ.IOTT 4337 S3
PVIEN EVENINGS ' HBSfiBfiBBP
She Didn't Agree
With Lew; Fined
LONDON. April B.—Ubut Files beth
Martin wa* fined tit for falling to at
tend court when summoned aa a
Jtinw. "I do not agree with the
change In the law." *u* her excos*.
Kin* tliat fascinate There are a!
hundred new *rxrc wins for motor
comfort.
itniDotitMoiin.p; in
TIIK \i: H\ I.ATKNT!
I discovered the boudotrmuhlle a'
limousine wherein milady fan pull
down the blind* and. rented before
a rnmtmi't army of toilet article*,
powder her nose and rouge her
lips and cheek* before the matinee
And 1 found thM one con pur
rhase for tha |>lfTltn»r mim of
the higher.! priced Job In the expo
sition * lons. tmy, luxurious
Locomobile.
"Worth every cent of the money."
asmired Nalrstuan O. C. I"»rkrr
"It's tha only enr that oan't l>»
stolen, because. when you lock It.
It can't be more»l It'a built along
quiet, conservative llnea thr quail
ttt\s always looked for by thr man
of mean*. "And you r< fort
tnllewgr out of ran and tires."
"What speed?** I saked
"She'll do to. Tlial'a what the
factory say*. nut actually, (ha ll do
more."
"Tea." rut In Salesman W. TV
Crosby. "She'll do »0. If you want
to ride thai fa.--t, and can find a
mad than) stand It. nut a mil*
a minute la fast enough for me.
There «u a Judge at the hoitae
last week who'd dona 116. 1 don't
know how much foster the Job
la capable of "
vnr NKV KK CAN TW.I,
\BOIT IIH SK I4»\v PKRSnNS
There are nine million reason*
why ! should buy a Job of one
make or another, and I learned
them all In three hour*. And there
are about »»» different make* of
IntH, each of which hit* advantage*
over the other fellow'*.
Kor three hour* 1 was treated
with tha deference tendered to a
king Kor tha salesman never can
tell, these day*, but that the sexta
in* roughneck may bo a night bolt,
hoy. a head waltor. or a policeman,
tn search of a new mojet
FOR 6ROWIN6 GIRLS
Mr* Claude Hopper, of No l»t#
Kalamath street. l«eover. Col, says
"When 1 was a gtrl. apprnachlng
womanhood. I became s» weak and
languid that my parent* were great
ly alarmed. I was rapKlly growing
nervous and loot flesh and rmkir.
My complexion was a yellow
greeolsh hue. 1 had little appetite
and mother bad to force me to ewt
anything. I didn't have any ombl
lion either for play or school work.
"Several medicines were tried boi
nothing helped me until one day my
father brought home a boi of T»r
Williams' Pink PfUft They helped
me almost from the first and from
a weak child I grew Into a strong
healthy woman with a h<«'thy-«*»lor
I alsntys keep Pr Williams' Pink
Ptlls on hand now and uae the rem
rdy whenever I feel the need of O
tonic I can strong !v recommend
Or. WUllams' Ptnk IHls. ewpedally
for the treatment of anemia or ctolo
rosts In youn* girte."
Dr Williams' Ptnk PlTla are sold
by all druggist* or direct from tha
Dr. William* Medicine Co, Svhcneo
-1 lady. N. T, on receipt of price,
sixty cents per bog. Write for the
free booklet. "Hulidlnc Cp the
Blood."-- Advertisement.
For good apple pie. go to Boldfe.
—Advertisement.
G*a4 fiia». liii» iml cm*.
InrhuKnf • thorough ri—l 111,
linn at your »><» by RRGM
TERKO (.R\DI ATK OPTOMK
TBI ST. tmmpUi* tar KM
lolrtjr (luniiunl TWa intrwfor
lan «n«r la for a riwt llat
mahr.
AIA, OAWnt GROUND"niI
OI K OWN rAfTOKY |
GLOBE OPTICAL
CO., INC.
1514 Weatlake Ave.
IW»nn rtko uid Itna SUnfc
MOTHERS FRIEND
For Mothm
Bsei It Trke lEKumn
wm « hhui m mniim >« w?.
Niiwh Imiuim C. ww. M. tfuwt
PI6ET SOIND
POWER ft LKMT
COMMIT
IMoqmtm In Electrical
Development In thr
Pacific Northwest.
HKATTI.K—TAOOMA—
RKI.IJNUIIAM—K\ KKKTT
EXECUTIVE OFFICES
SEATTLE
KOH THW WAI.I.a AND CKII.IKUI IN KVKItt KlftD Or MItILIIIXU
PLASTER WALL BOARD
F. T. CROWE & CO.
1100 Pliil Aveeee, dealtle I ITT Iteefc Itrwl, Teee«a
PORT BLAKELY
MILL CO.
EXPORT and DOMESTIC
CARGOES
Mllh:
Port Rlakely, Wash.
Office*:
Seattle, Wash.
TIE UIIETT CO.
HOOf f «>«TI.X.» ARD
IKMKVTS
mmioTK on. ««i> all roAi.
TAH I'ltoni IT«
l ake rale* rt. eI WalllaafevO
rt«u tank M
KvtHtf
= CPHTMBroU.
°£P d Stave Pipe
io»iiM.mi. rir* waoi »-a«ti tuiiu cowpakt
Maaufarturera of Maehiae Wlre-wuund and foatlnuous Ntave Wo«d
l*tpe and Seml-rtreular Flume -Wood Tanka
CARBONADO
COAL
Phone
Elliott 474
1 Nnnrtrtwm •* luitw. Tiwi ■»< I>H#l
' ' | lulu. —4 Mnww
"r* —«4» ' Ss^m
vV n*H w«i m> »" !••• •Mam
Mm Creosotiet Itrks
OlflMi KW r«lB» RM«.
MMI M 4
TT»rt W*at WiWTWW a<«4
run— ww« *n
r 1
T#L Mate
SEATTLE
OXYGEN
COMPANY
■uMfwiam* •'
OiTira ••< r '"
1109 Post Street
11. A. IIA 1.1.1' M. frrmi4rml
>.H "
WntCMtt Irra Works
■ CXICirAL CAWI*««
rtw ■•ntH 11
Mfln urf W.it*, MM lilt W.
•KATTI.It. IT. A. A.
Lake Imor Mill Ct.
AHUMiI.R MA*t;rAf?n;RKllft
LBMBEI SEALERS
•3S RwlBS *«. I*kw Nank r*
WIS DmT
BASS-HUETKR PAINT CO.
IT TOO W-AIfT MOD PABTT FOB AWT PDRPOSI. CAIX ON OS.
ELLIOTT MM
WALWORTH
Manufacturing Co.
IKATTMC niiAßtrn
414 nRMT AVB. MO.
Great Western Smeltinf &
Refining Co.
an 4 ItrflArra of Mftolo
II All H ITT MHTAJ«fI HOI.OKR
polnijiyy «n4 Tvra mktaij
19' M Kintli Avf. %. NKATTt.K
Use Northwest Products
WK will h»lp 7MI rhmw Ui«
■nh| ccnttnmlral im apfill
•nm iuwl IHI ywi liow In avoid
waste by ntlni Umi Inielllgnnily
SEATTLE
U6HTIN6 CO.
Main «?«7 HO* fourth A**.
Ling's Ranges, Stoves
"Made In iMlllr"
"pHiii
aim Hold •(
VBIHMr Kredsrlck A
Wwl N«U«n'»
mg6H r. B. um
'r I «a*i rAt*rri»-
ft 'to.
Mftla 413 111 4«.
CENTRAL
COAL'CO.
Mtarra u4 tt»»m
GRAND RIDGE COAL
RAVENSDALE COAL
On •(
OllwH
PARAGUM
r«r hwlam mm 4 llckhm
kf
•wm»m trrrtT r®.
SIM Hnlltkl *»•.
PACIFIC CAR &
FOUNDRY CO.
CARS, TRUCKS,
FORGINGS, BOLTS,
EVERYTHING
IN IRON AND
STEEL CASTINGS
omcwi AUIRA Bt.ttO.
Paeifio Creosotiig Co.
cmHiiai D«|iu n» *r *n
■Ma.
worthru* un wi.dcl
lta»—Mlllott SMS
The BrinkleyCo.
rod DHtT mow CJ»«TfWU*
AMD TRA**MI«SIOW
MAtHIWt.RT
ioa m »«■ s. ritiaii m
•to HN Noll hH
Am All-W —4 V*«lp NeiH
MannfuMurM bf
Al KAffVKArTt VUIVJ ro.
M Me>t Ma4U«a Hals MM
PkMr nuIUN 44
PACIFIC BELTIIB CO.
t»n-M 30tk Art. IV. W.
Wljr 2Vel l%mj Gw4a
la WaablaflM N f
1 s
PHONIC R41.1.41tn KM
SEATTLE BOILEI WORKS
Manufacturer* and Healer*
■•lien. Tank*. I*l»e l.laea,
tankeal aefc*
Repairing Done on Hhort Notice.
I ISM W. «3«k HI.
ENTERPRISE
MASS FOIIDRY
All Klala ml BRAN* CAKTIWn*
Hwvcwtk Ave. A. and laattr A«.
MAIN «INI
C. C. RAMSAY
& CO.
311 New York Mork
Main 1090
REAL ESTATE
Circle W
Brand Stands
For Quality
Housewives In Ihe Northwsst are
learning lo call for Northwest prod
ucta, not only lo foster local Industry,
but to get highest quality for their
money.
Cheap labor working nnder In
sanitary ronditlnna. Is something
which Is almoat unknown In this
Northwestern country. Housewives
demand Miperlor product* put up In
sanitary plants, and the Northwest
ern porker and manufacturer have
lived up lo the hlrh standards set.
The Circle W brand of hams, bacon
and other meats Is packed by Itarton
A Company at Bpokane and Wy
oming slii_ and can lake Its place
among other eicellent Northwest
pr<«Jucta.
When a ham. bacon or any other
product Is finally stumped with Or
t ie W. you know that ll tneana high
quality.
People often aek what the Circle W
stands for This Is Ihe trade mark
whl< h aignlflea Washington a gen
ulne Washington product, original
ly the Circle W waa a ranch brand
from 1900 on tha W became more
familiar, antll today It Is one of the
■table products of Hie Northwest.
A Busy
Seattle
Contractor
When A. C. Goertg takes a con
tract to fill In a certain piece of
ground, he quickly step* after an e»
oavatlng y>h. and vice versa. I.lke
llaaallueler, this firm Is always on
the jump.
Mr Ooerlg doesn't believe In wast
Ing Ume, and when you see a steam
• hove) or motor truik marked A. C
lioerig. you will ace it on the bustle
At ths t>renent time Mr 'ioerig to
Ni*y wrecking the lloaton bio. k. at
Becotid and Columbia; tearing down
hi* old home m Kverett In prepara
tion for a llli.ooo lodge building In
lhal city; putting In a big fill at
Westlake are. and OpuWl'Wn st_
and completing other excavating
>Obs.
Old r aaMauta of Mittl* win *r»
rrtWTM at lh« antlmrly <t»mle» of lh«
Ikwton block win b» *ln.| to (nam
Ibal Id miia arv-h. on B*on4 *»»..
I* t# Iw prwntMl lo th* KUI* III*.
toficai aorWty. Th« arrh wax do
MM U> lit* Mtinir by Mr tioartg.
»ho hnurli! Ih# Rnalon Mark nrml
ly and Win ha planad on axhiMtlrm
an tha unlrvraity nunpua Whan tha
»r»<k<ra rwarh tba rnm»r alntin of
tha old landmark, tha pap*r» and
traditional t»>ttla win aim ha pr*
am tad la (ha hintorlnJ aorlaty.
Paragum Should
Be Carried
By Autoists
Nothlnt worrle* th* motorf-t more
than tire trouble. Blowout* an]
poncturea (alt* much of the pleasure
out of driving; I hey alao requlra •
trip to th* vulcanlwr.
If th* motor!*! carries an e«tr«
lire, a boot ami a kit of paragum and
[iinrement, he can drive In content
ment aa far an II r* worrle* in con
'»rti*d.
Th* kit ronalala of [arnirjm and
a »h**t of parajrrip I arc* enough for
100 ordinary repaint.
Anyone can repnlr hi* tire* in
nhout two minute*. with no other
tool* than (boa* which com* with
erary outfit
1 >rtrer* • hot)ld Mk their mipply
man or fllllnir atatlon for th* kit. If
they don't bapp<*n to hare It, call at
Hwanxon Supply Company, si 24
W**tlak* are, th* manufacturers of
I'iu-tunitn.
PEOPLE'S
BAKING
COMPANY
Makers or
THE FAMOUS
Lily Bread
raoNB rajjorr mi
"SME IT
*W«|KWITI ICE"
■Bi fallal* SSM
THIS on
£W\ 1 DKI.IVKRT
COMPART
Stetson & Post Lumber Co.
Manufacturer* oI 1.1 MIIKK. MTII, SIIINCiI.KS, IMMIKA,
WINDOWS AND Mll.l, WORK
flanfartl 81. ami WlMkam Ave. Trlrph nnr«: Klllnti 711 and 71?
Electrical Power
An industrial Asset
The development of Industrial power In the Puget Hound distilct closely
tributary to Seattle, is certain to bo no Important factor In the city's
economic development l'ow»r contiguous to enormous supplies of raw
material la a combination strre to attract thn attention of manufacturer*.
A census of manufacturers In I*l4 grouped 271,7il Industries and found
thiil »h«i tha expense of manufmturlng were apportioned throughout thin
rntlre group, ths rout of raw funt'-rliil and pocr combined *u 19.2 per
cent of the whole. I-atH.r was only ll* per rml Other expenses, Includ
Ins proflt«, were 14 i»r oent of the total.
The largest single Rroup of powir developments under one muiiMtmn'
In thn Northwest la that of tha I'uget Hound I'oimr A Ufht Company,
operating a hydro electric plant of two large unit* at Knoqualmla Kails,
ths big Whits lUvrr or Tappa plant, the high head plant at Klectron
and Ih# small, but not)* Uw l<w Important development on Ihi North Fork
of the Nook am k in the rielllngham division. Of thane the White River
plant l a the Uirirent and moat Important, located en It la between fleattln
and Tacoma with a developed capacity of (£.OOO horeepower and a atorage
capacity of 1*.000,000 kilowatt hoiira. It I* capable of arlill larger develop
m*nt by addlnit additional penstock, turbine and generator capacity and
of eventually reaching 100.000 horsepower
The Klectron plant on the lower end of the Pit rail op cnnyon la operated
under Uie highest head of any plant In the'.Northweat, that of *72 feet.
Bnoqualmie la the m*l picturesque of the company's development*. It
trtlllxe* the falls which have a sheer drop of 2(1 feet In addition It haa a
generating etailon at the bottom of a perpendicular abaft built in a huge
cave aarvad I tout solid basalt
BnoquAimla to the first development made fn the Pacific Northwest and
waa made by the preeent company's predecessor and modeled after the tarty
Niagara development. Tha asooud onlt la Id a powerhouse built at the foot
of tha fall*
The total developed hydroelectric capaHty of the company*! four plants
Is 117.000 horsepower, which ran be considerably Increased as future de
mands require by simply Installing additional onlta. Tn addition the com.
pany has a standby steam plant capacity of 44,000 honsepower. It has sev
.-** l undeveloped power suns which have born fully surveyed and which
are capable of adding another 100.000 horsepower to the present capacity.
An Important factor In the power situation Is the interconnection of
eastern and western Washington and Oregon power system*. Tha electri
fication of the Milwaukee railroad required an Interconnection embracing
three previously separated system*: those of (he Puget Bound Power A
IJghl on the west, of the Washington Walerpower on the east and of the
Pti.lfic power A I.lght on the southeast.
This doe. not mean that Health. territory Is drawing Its power even in
part in the ordinary sense, from eastern or aoutheastem Washington. It
Weans that Ihe three syrtema are one big plant supplying power to all
lh!i vast territory, and that the lamps of Coeur d'Alcne and Olympia are
vibrating In absolute rhythm There are great possibilities In interoonnee.
Uon. lor Instance, now that the Milwaukee elc<trtticallon haa uriUed the
three American «>»i<ms In the Northwest, a gap of thirty miles cloivd by
a transmission litis between Kverett and Mount Vernon will ennnert up
(lie western Canadian power lines with ours and give a total of 2.000 mi lee
of Interconnected tranamiaslon line* and a total horsepower rapacity of
44fc 000 upon which to draw for powsr for transportation and Indurtrles.
Thane figure* Include no municipal or other publicly owned developments
They refer only to privately owned plants bow In aooceasful operation
These private companies nan add wveral hundred thousand horsepower
without developing any new sties whatever, by rtmply Installing
turbine* and generators and thus Increasing plant capacity without large
additional unit cost*
Th» development of new sftns la expensive, requiring core drill explora
t»on, construction of railroad*, dam a. headwords. tunnels, powerhouses and
other heavy details The ln*taltotion of additional unlU to planta where
Ihi* Orel heavy overhead haa already been done to comparatively Inexpcn
sive. lierauee of this there will be no Immediate development of new si tea.
rather, prvwent plants will be built up to their possible maximum capacity
-nd early additional power demands win be met In that manner.
PU6ET TIMBER CO.
1-OCS. CEDAR rotjgt. I'IIJCS AND spam
ItIONK MAIN »W tit MARION BUMJ.. SKATTMC
Wk !='_ CHOCOLATES
nt/ Minhttmd k 7
ZsjX&y OOEEI MIE CMOY CO.
Roslyn and
Queen Coal
KOR TIIK RIM.F OR
l-OR TIIK H-SNACE
AfJt Your IM(T
ROSLYI FIEL CO.
U'lllTK HI.I Hi.. SKATTI.E
TKI.KMIONK MAIN 1817
no* IMWT TH
NMRIMTII LIQIII
US COMMIT, he.
Manufacturer* of
■jQDin cahhowh; acid om
*TTi f-mmt Manrlaal War
A.B.c. ,T# cr
WARKMomiRU mmd IMUTIXU
9*l Hallraad iff. •*.
nilatt Ul* Mala OM
Paget Sound Box Co.
Manufacturer* of
BOX SHOOK*
ICipvrt aai D«mik
4NI* H«k Aff. ST. W.
Italian! 29
■ Ami. DOORS, ITTKIUOn FIS
IMI. UI.AS* MiI.I.WORK
TREGONING
MANFACTI'RINO 00.
I.lfe lloata. Tan and Cralam
SAN JIAI FISHING.
AH PACKIM CO.
PACKKI> AND PRKNII MSII
Mtvrnjs, wash.
I
KELLEY-CUME CO.
MerehMdite Brokers
AIX VARIKTIRS Or
CAKKKD CiOODS
Seattle Waaklaataa
> i a————————>
t W
H. L. Bennett
Box Factory, lie.
SSOA Sllatl ftaatk
Pfcaae HI Matt 4S»
L
SEARS,
ROEBUCK ft
CO.
Western Store:
Seattle, Wash.
Rainier Valley
.GOOD* CAR
SJERVICE
Are Much Talked of
Nowadays
"MOVK TO RATKIKR TAIXKT"
BARTON & CO.
VKODKKM Or
If AW* 14*1)
XZ)
rkMMi Mmln m* I nil«tf MTU
-
WESTERN SMELTING
ARB POWER
COMPANY
a. L TA !VJ.KVt
V'rMMmi <-p»»r»l Waaaftr
Smelter, Sawmill, Power
and Lighting Hants
C Parti C«wilr,
Nwliu
H»n»ral Of ft nan
MI-2-3-4 Kllrl HalMlli
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