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TOOTH TALKS, No. 2.
I aim to ava teeth,
not r m o v thrm.
But the drntlct In not
trua to the obligation
of hi proftMlon who dor not
make rer operation con
(ifrtn with It aa pleaaant na
When . extractiim become
nereuiiary I do It palnlesnly,
and without Bleep or danger,
with a preparation known
"No. 4.". This pre parntlon
flop 1 not cauna sloughing or
nrrnpes of the gum; on the
contrary, It makes them heal
quicker than they otherwise
would, because the fluid por
tion Is extract of witch haxel.
A Reliable Dentist
338 Bee Bldg.
CROW HEAD 0F' GRAND JURY
Former Oniaba Postmaster Kleetetl
Foreman of the Federal Body
Jaat Km panelled.
The federal gmml Jury for the November
tetm for the Nebraska district was form
ally empanelled Tuesday morning. Joseph
Crow, former postmaster of Omaha, was
appointed foreman nnd Judge Mungnr then
delivered the charge to the Jury, after
which It retired to the grand Jury room In
t harge of Bailiff Charles Singer.
A large number "f cast's Is to come ?e
fore the -Jury at this session. These will
Include the Jon J. ISIIiy postofnee defalca
tion case and several minor postofflce cases
out In the state pertaining to the use of
the malls for fraudulent purposes. The
postofflce cases will be the first, after which
will follow the bootlegging cases from the
Omaha, Winnebago an Santce reserva
tions. Jreference Will be given to those
cases where the parties are In Jail, the
custody of the marshal or under bond. The
Investigation of the land fencing and fraud
ulent land and homestead entry cases will
be the last ones considered by the Jury.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDING
Harden Bret,' lew Building Will Ha?a a
RMIROADS AFTER SOME. MORE STREETS
Inlnn Psrllr nnd Rarllnftton Ask
Permission to t.rldlrnn ' Proposed
Hew Wholesale nistrlet
Over the vigorous protests of Council
man Hoye the city touhrll last night
authorised City Engineer Hosewater to se
lect two assistants, to be paid by Havden
Brothers, to examine thoroughly the Hny-
dttti Brothers' store building and report as
to Its safety. Ths was done In accordance
with the request of Haydcn Brothers, made
to tho council committee at Its meeting
Monday afternoon asking that an Investi
gation be made by tho city at the cost
of the firm.
Three railroad ordinances were Intro
duced, one each for the Union Pacific and
the Burlington and one for the South
Omaha V Western to make a straight cut
through the Union pacific bow lo Papil
llon. The Union Fnclflc wants to lay track
on Capitol avenue from Ninth lo Thir
teenth, and tracks 011 Klevcnth and
Twelfth from California to Capitol avenue,
together with connecting spurs to run
through practically all the alleys In this
The Burlington asks permission to lay
tracks on Davenport street from Ninth to
Twelfth and to lay what spus may be
necessary to make connections with the
wholesale houses in that district.
The South Omaha & Western, which Is
a new Union Facllic road, wants to lay
a track across Forty-serrm. Nina. Clifton
and Forty-seventh streets, which straight
en Its oxbow to the south.
payment of S cents an hour to the special
policemen who served on election day.
The pound master was ordered to quit
Among the communications received was
one from the STouthwest Improvement iub
asking for n spclal election to vote Inter
section paving Ixinds. the club being of
the opinion that owing to a lark of.puhllclty
the bonds did not curry at the Isst election
The matter was referred to the city At
torney. Superintendent Morris or the Associated
Charities asked permission to use the mar
ket house to conduct the business of the
association. He deslrs to open a wood
yard and make every man asking for some
thing to eat saw wood.
The Mason City fWt Dodge Railroad
company presented a certificate from Secre
tary Bennett of the State Board of Equali
zation that several blocks of land which U
owned had lieen assessed by the Sis to
board and the road asked that these be
stricken from the city tax lint.
The ordinance to enlarge Blvervlew parti
was Indefinitely postponed because the com
mittee reported that the Missouri river ha
a first mortgage on the land, and It Is fuille
to attempt to use It for park purposes.
Evtni Ordinance Repealed.
An ordinnance was passed to repeal the
Evan ordinance which prevented the
Omaha, Gas company from erecting storage
tanks at Twenty-second and Burdelto
streets. It Is understood the company hn
bought ground elsewhere nd has sold Its
Burdette street property.
Tavlng ordinances passed, were: Twen
tieth street from I.ake to Ohio, with
Thirty-fifth avenue from Howard to Jack
son; Nineteenth street from St. Mary's
avenue to Leavenworth; Dodge street front
Fortieth to Forty-fifth.
Condition of City Funds.
Comptroller lbeck presented a report of
the city' finances, showing that he hud
money on the right side of tho ledger in
the general fund, having on hand for mis
cellaneous purviosc at this time 16,19.6!.
Following is his report.
SALTER PROTESTS. ON CUT
Fir Chief Siji Oitj Cannot Do with Any
LOBECK FIGURES TO MAKE "oP DEFICIT
tly Comptroller Trie to Find
Wny by Which Twenty-Ms.
Men eed nt Re
City Comptroller Lobeck Is looking over
his books to figure out a way to save the
fire department from a reduction of tweny
slx men, which looks probably from the
condition of the fire fund, which is some
$3,000 short. This shortage, is It claimed.
Is due to the fact that the fire department
did not realize this year on back taxes
which went Into the sinking fund. The
year before thl item amounted to $18,M8
and it Is presumed would amount to about
that sum this year. With this sum the
department funds would be in excellent
In the meantime Chief Suiter Is "up In the
air" over the proposition.
"The department cannot be reduced.
That Is all there is to It," he said. "We ,
cannot run with any less men. We now j
have 119 men and It requires that many
nd we should have more. That gives nine I
men to the engine house and six men to
the hose. On Is off constantly and at
Announcements of the Theater.
The verdict of Orphemilcs Is pretty Unani
mous that Arthur Prince deserve to be
reputed the best ventriloquist and he Is
proving a big "hit" over at the popular
vaudeville house this week. ' To a remark
ably deceptive voice he adds good taste,
possesses wit, is good looking and has 11 n
easy bearing, each of which contribute to
hi success. Prince Is a great favorite
with the women and, together with a num
ber of other feature considered well fash
ioned to please the gentle sex. Is calculated
to make n pleasing offering for the mid
week popular price matinee on Thursday.
The cloning performance of "The Heir
the Hoorah" will bo given at the Uoyd
theater this afternoon and evening. Fran-
els Wilson come next, with hi Clyde
Fitch play. Mr. Wilson has been hailed
as a complete success in his attempt at
vciious comedy. The Fitch play, "Cousin
Hilly," tell the story of a mun from Al
lcnton. Pa., running around European
watering places on the trail of a widow
he wants to marry. His engagement Is
for Friday and Saturday evenings, with
a matinee on Saturday,
The demand for seals for the current
week at the Burwood theater has been un
precedented. Each performance so far has
w en every seat sold. The shoppers' matinee
on Thursday afternoon promise to bring
out the biggest crowd of women that has
assembled there yet. "When We Were
Twenty-One" Is the bill.
With a matinee this afternoon and a per
formance this evening. "Way Down East,"
which ha been pleasing Immense audience
at the Krug since Its opening Sunday, wll.
close Its engagement here for this season
The play ha been" seen here before, but
the popularity of It seems to Increase In
stead of diminish with each succeeding
"The Smart Set," well remembered from
Its very successful engagement last season,
will be the attraction at the Krug theater
for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It ;
claimed that, burring an organization of
giand opera -linger, no other attraction
can offer such a volume of song a "The
Smart Set." Several Ingenious fancies of
fun and frolic are Introduced and with fan
able regiment of comedians, guided by that
Irresistibly funny fallow, 8. II. Dudley,
there is small reason to doubt the attract
ive news of "The Smart Set." Manager
Breed has set apart Friday night for a
dancing contest between member of "The
Smart Set" and a large number of our
local dangers. The contest will take place
during the performance, and the winners
will be decided upon by Judge picked from
tho audience. Prize of gold will be
awarded to tho best dancer.
Hoye on llnyden Balldlna.
When Huntington introduced his resolu
tion for the investigation of the HayUon
building Hoye nt once objected. He said:
"The council should take no action on
this matter. If Hayden Brothers unnt an
investigation they should do It themselves
without coming to us. It Is all foolishness.
The building iunpeclor should revoke the
permit and stop the construction of that
building until it is shown that it Is safe.
This council ha no business to grant per
mission to construct such a building.
There 1 something the matter with it
or It would not have fallen In on two
or three occasion. I opposed the action
of the council and stood by the city build
ing Inspector when this matter first came
up und I still stand with him."
Huntington and Evans both spoke for
the resolution and It was adopted with
Hoye voting in the negative.
Previous to this action Building Inspector
Wlthnell presented the following com
munication, which was placed onjllc:
I desire to call your attention to the
building now In course of construction by
Hayden Hrotner. on lot 0, oioca rn, cuy
When the plan for thl building were
presented to me and the permit demanded
for the construction of the same I refused
to Issue such permit until I had first
thoroughly examined said plans and satis-
tied myself that the same were proper I
and that a building constructed In ac
cordance therewith would be a proper and
safe building. The parties Interested In the
construction of said building wuro unwill
ing that 1 should have time to examine 1
Into the sufficiency of said plans and ob
tained from .your honorable body a resolu- I
tlon peremptorily directing me to issue a
nermlt for tho construction of said build
ing. I compiled with said resolution and 1
the construction or said building wn 1111
Ivv Funds Receipts.
General 24. S3
Sewer maintaining .... 13, 127.5H
Cleaning and sweeping. 31,ofi6.K
C. tl. and paving 21.310.13
Waer board 9,613.13
meal time another one is gone. It takes j
four hours about to each meal which would
mean the second man would be off all day
or twelve hours. We can't run a hose
wagon with three men. Some way will
have to be figured out if we are to keep
the fire house open.
"The department never had enough
money. The buildings ure all In need of
repair, and It Is not necessary to allow
them to go to waste because of a lack of
funds. I don't know what can be done.
Available 1 but something should be done to
Ba'ism'-,ii i keep the force up to the present number."
17S17.2i The Board of Fire and Police Commis-
4.H31.4t I sloners has notified the city clerk to ad
m i vertlse for two patrol wagons. The wag-
1 . . 1.. 1 . 1 . .
o4 oiib, imwtr fi , may n,,i i,r I'uugML itiuh
the first of the year.
Totals 11 ,08.1625.84
General levy 153,470.79
Special sinking No. 1. M.0IS.2H
Paving bond H7.937.07
Omaha sewer 4M.H73 S8
Market place 1.2H0.91
Funding bond . 76.593.B4
Flro engine house i.M
SQUARE DEAL UNDER DEBATE
(Continued from First rage.)
Totals t 427,332.49 $38,216.42
Condition of department tunds (payable,
from general fund) up to and including
ordinance No. 447. (October bills not In
cluded): Department Set Aside. Balance.
Mayor $ ,iM.o $ fc.Se.03
Council lx,iwo.7o 2,2oO.UO
Comptroller 11.4.ii0 1.V20.I3
Clerk S.637.16 l,03fc.Mi
Treasurer 25.0iD.0O ' 4.5i3.01
Tax commissioner 6. M6.ll i.M.'M
Wnglneer 2n,i:";.0 L613.n4
Legal 12.743.3T l.O.'B.ol
Electrical 4.201.&6 863.04
Building Inspector .i.... 4,7l.oo Ml. 93
Holler Inspector 1, 4sti.no 294.75
Plumbing Inspector 2.04fi.oo
License inspector 2.460.i
Uas inspector 1, 520.00
Weights and measures.. l.SAl.Ou
Board of public works
.Maintaining city hall..
sleighs galore are shown and a hay loader
Is In operation.
The meetings of the dealer were held on
the stage of the Auditorium last fall, but
the noise of the machinery In motion wus
too great, and a hall was procured for the
sessions this year. This was not necessary,
however, as a big curtain which now sepa
rates the stage from the main part of the
Auditorium is sufficient to keep out the
CONFERENCE OF RAILWAY MEN
Object I to Improve Service nnd
Render Operation of Road
mediately commenced and ha proceeded
fll li e nine me piuun wcie piewemt-u iu -
..L ';J?v. Joubt. m. to the, .sum- j ZKmZ
citincy VI me name aim bimcb kiuuuiib 01 Advertising jiim
have justified my doubts. . " I i-Vr?fr tl
At the coroner s Inquest held on the ;,. ',n' " r " "
....li. ..,.-!..., i klll.l i... -'"i.iuis nullum
of the bays in ' said
All Are t'nlted
In saying that lor all stomach, liver or kid
ney diseases, there Is no remedy like Elec
tric Bitter. 60 cents; guaranteed. For
ssli) by Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.
Second week 8a mi. Burn' reduction Bale.
The following marriage licenses
been Issued :
Name and Residence.
Nelson White, South Omaha
Katherine Corbet t. South Omaha....
Frank Flllpclc, Omaha
Antonija Strauser, Omaha
Patrick J. Maikln. Blair, Neb
Nellie Murray, Blair, Neb
the collapse of one
building many facts and circumstances In
roniiecllon with the construction of said
building were brought out which certainly
tend to raise grave doubts as to the suf
ficiency nnd safety of the construction of
I'nder the laws and ordinances now In
force there Is no method provided for
the condemnation of dangerous and unsafe
buildings except that of reporting tho same
to the city council for further action.
It Is true that section 4 of ordi
nance No. 4N58 provides that the building
Inspector may revoke any iermlt when he
believes that the work is not being exe
cuted In accordance with the plans and
specifications on file In his ornc. or is
being done In violation of the terms of the
building ordinances of the city, vet. Inas
much as I did not approve the plans for
the construction of this building in the
llrst instance, or Issue the permit for the
construction of the same except in obedi
ence to the peremptory resolution of this
council. I feel that in Justice to both the
council and Mr. Havden that before I
act under said section 4. a thorough In
vestigation of this matter should be had
by ynur honorable body.
I therefore, as building Inspector of the
rity of Omaha, respectfully ask your hon
orable body either to sit as a general com
Compiling city ordi
Ak-Sar-Ben Illumination U,6u0.00
Asphalt plant and labor
Grading various streets 6,992.92
Driving piles alley be
tween . Dorcas and
Francis streets 724.31
Annual report, health
Miscellaneous Items .. 15.876.16
The conference of Union Pacific employes,
which has. been In session with the object
of improving the efficiency of the operating
denartment of the srstem. removinflr the
47 50 caule accidents ro far as possible, ad-
267.75 I journeu yesieraay. i 110 personnel 01 me
council was as follows: Thomas Cahlll.
O. W. Brandt, George Austin. P. Matlilson.
A. B. Wyman. H. C. Pa liner, W. A. John
eon, Charles Bogue, D. T. Crawford, C. E.
Vonker, E. L. Stump, F. K. Jeffries, Rich
ard Rivett, T. W. Pftegltig, E. C. Claussen.
A. T. Ellas and W. L. Piii'k, superintendent
of traffic and transportation departments.
All these employes were assembled at
the Arcade hotel last night preparatory to
leaving the city this morning. They ex
pressed themselves as well satisfied with
the conference and think it will have Im
portant results. Many test problem were
brought up and discussed. Suggestions
from the men were carefully noted by the
management, and regulations will embody
some of their hints as soon as they can
be presented to the management.
Totals 24,369.93 $36,599.76
Most of the glazing. Telephone us your
KENNARD GLASS 4k PAINT CO.,
15t.ii and Dodge Sts.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. Tel Id
Attention, Kan leal
The funeral of our late brother. Harry
P. Ward, will bo held Wednesday, Novem
ber 15 at $ p. m. from the undertaking
parlor of Bralley & Dorrance, to Forest
Lawn cemetery. Eagles will haye charge
of tho services. Meet at the club room
Eagles, Kpeclal Sotice!
Large class will be initiated at hall of
Omaha aerie No. 38, F. O. E., Thursday
evening, November 16. An Interesting
musical and yterarv program will be
pulled off. Beatrice aerie No. 531, will have
a large delegation present to witness the
slaughter and participate in the festivities.
You are expected to be present and see
that they step high. D. W. CANON.
Have you seen the beautiful electric
lamps at Mawhinney & Ryan'.
mlltee of the whole or to annoint n com.
inlltee of your council to fully and thor- ' at 1 p. m. sharp, and inarch to Twentieth
-K wedding rings, junoim. jeweler.
ouaniy investigate an matter In connec
tion with the construction of said Havden
building and tho sufficiency of the plans
therefor, said committee to be vested with
full power to take testimony, administer
usths, HlihjKiena witnesses and to do all
other things necessary to fully and thor
oughly Investigate the matters aforesaid.
If. on such Investigation, it be determined
that the plans for said building are proper,
und the construction of same Is in ac
cordance with said plans and specifications
I will be content, but unless such investi
gation bo made I will proceed to attempt
to exercise the power vested In me by
section 4 aforesaid.
gchroeder Vice President.
Peter Schroedcr of the Eighth ward was
selected unanimously aa president pro tem
to take the place made vacant by the death
of George Nicholson.
A resolution wus adopted ordering the
Attention, A. O. I'. W.
Member of Gate City lodge No. 9 are
requested to attend the funeral of our
late brother, Michael Slaven, from the fam
ily residence, 1717 Bo. 10th treet, Thursday
morning at 8 o'clock.
S. P. NELSON. M. W.
P. HAN9CN. Foreman.
See our great hollduy offer, given thl
month only, to avoid the usual holiday
rush. H. Heyn, photographer, west side of
South Fifteenth street. Two tory buildin.
We, take INVENTOR Y of our DRA
PERY DEPT., Dec. 1. All odd lots of
Lace Cur tarns and Portieres will be closed
out at one half price.
Sale now on. Come early and et the
HOPE PORTIERES, from ouc up.
LsCE CURTAINS, from 50c pair up.
TAPESTRY PORTIERES, from SI pair up.
40c WINDOW SHADES, XOc.
tJOe WINDOW SHADES, 30c.
Miller, Steivart & Beaton,
1315-17.19 EAR NAM ST. .
Not only watches ani diamonds, but all
other Jewelry sold below prices at Huber-
maun's store, 8. K. cor. 13th and Douglas.
Mau Mysteriously Hurt.
Daniel Walt of Denver wus scriounti- hurt
Monday night. His right arm wus frac
tured and he received timnprouu ivvurd
bruise on his faco and hod v. How or
wheie the accident hunnenvd lie u n.-
able to tell. He was picked UD bv the crew
if one of the street curs which run imn ni
Ames Hvenui burn, at Tweni v-r,,uii i, u.i
Arms. The men on this ear found him Ivlna
In the Btreei. it is said, ami iin,',,n,.l,,,,.
from hs injuries. They were unable to tell
whether lie hud tried to board a car or hud
fallen from a wauon or been hit by an aoto-
mooue. i ney mi ned mm over to l)r Paul
If. Ellis. Twentv-foiirlh unit Am u,.
later taken to the Cenlrul himrli:il
his Identity wus learned. Jle lately eame
here froru Denver, but no further facts of
his liiHory could be learned.
WOMEN" S PETTI CO. 1 TS,
Women's Silk Petticoats
on Sale Today.
This morning lue will place on special
sale a peerless collection of women s beautiful
silk petticoats. These petticoats are made of
excellent quality of taffeta silks, in blacks and
all the new autumn colors cut full with 9' in.
flounce, strapped and shirred. These petti
coats sell everywhere for five dollars, $ O Q$
On sale Wednesday morning at.... lL .
GX7 ft if foO 0
4f'?. i I ' it"' V , . . "
B DAP M
H Eli SI I .1 III
E SATTLEY CO. of Nebraska
Tenth and Jones Sts., on the Viaduct
INVITE YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT THEIR BIG LINE OF
VEHICLES, IMPLEMENTS AND WAGONS
NOVEMBER 14, 15, 16
HOT LUNCH AND CIGARS EVERY DAY
Koantse Memorial Soelal.
The social at the Kountse Memorial
church, given last night under the aus
pices of the Young People Society of
Christian Endeavor, assisted by the Adult
Bible das of the Sunday school, was at
tended by about $0 member and friends of
the church. A short program wa ren
dered at 1 p. m., consisting of a piano duet
by Miss Amelia Tebblns and Dr. Vanfleet. a
lutrltone solo by 8. S. Hamilton, violin solo
by Edwin Stephenson, a second piano duet
by Ruth Harte and Mabel Olesen. and a
recitation by Hasel Livingston. All the en
tertainers were roundly applauded and all
Ttev. Hummon acted as "barker" for the
attractions, which consisted nf a candy
booth, an art gallery, a refreshment room
and a door which bore the portentlous sign,
"Old maids niade over." The large and
good-natured crowd insured the tinaneial
end of the entertainment. This money is
to be used In buying Pdhles for the Sunday
atone l.nneh Wagon.
met In Jefferson square
to Remember about
Five Impvs met In Jefferson ,uiur. luit
nnrni ami out 01 pure mischief planned a
bombardment on Honev Hoey a Ifinch
wagon, which stands at Sixteenth and Cans.
They let fly at the wasou with niece nf
cobble xtone with such accuracy that they
hruke in the windows and demulixlie,!
laniD. 1 WO Or the lu,va u.r. re.,...ni....l
and taken to the station. They were Clvd.
waterman. 41 North Seventeenth, and
riana wuon. iui4 fhleuu,, ui ri in..
they had explained the affair and given
me nam- in ineir comoanions. Cuolii n
Mostyn allowed them to go to their home
for the iiiKht. The case 111 bw referred to
the juvenile officer thl morning.
Covemor Mickey called on Colonel Mc
ullough and other Omaha friends yester
day. Hertxm Knox Smith of Washington. D.
C who la here In roniiecllon with cases
Involving several largo packers of this
city and Chicago, on trial for the alleged
violation of laws governing corporation,
is a guest at the Millard.
Dr. W. a. Brown, well known to many of
Omaha a older cltUena, ha returned to his
home in Philadelphia, after spending some
time with his Oiriuuu agent. Charles H
Willlnnm.in company. Dr. liiown own con
..ideiithle Omaha leal estate.
We are maunfactHrtrs, not
We buy the highest coit cocoa
beans that are grow n and thoe
h and more of them than
any other manufacturer.
Wc buy everything in the Urg
NVe have niarvelously perfect
machinery and the molt kkilful
and experienced people.
We have a reputation to main
tain, and we use no dye or
Our Chocolate Bonbon,
t Breakfast Cocoa,
Culinary Chocolat and
are world famou.
Nothing finer or better tan b
made than we make.
We eell at aa low a prk a
such good can poibiy be sold.
When other maker otfer to tell
at lower prices, what U th logi
cal conclusion f
TSk Walter M. Lowney Co.,
Round trip tickets from Omaha to points in lndiana,
Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario, Penn
sylvania and West Virginia at a trifle more than the
one-way rate. Tickets on sale Monday, November
27, good to return for twenty-one days, via the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
Here are some of the round-trip rates from Omaha:
Muncie, Ind $23.90
Columbus, 0 $28.15
Cleveland j . $28.35
Dayton, 0 $26.70
Wbeeling, W. Va. . . $31.70
Louisville, Ky $26.00
Three fast trains from Union Station, Omaha, to Union
Station, Chicago, every day. Leave Omaha 1:55
a. m., 5:45 p. m. and 8:35 p. m.
F. A. NASH
General Western Agent
1524 Farnam Street, OMAHA
aauiu jhot VK ' K Jl'Ui' M TrT1Ml '' J
'When in Chicago!
Stop at The 11
RaJtaed. KVrnt. Ou't. Located cor
ner ot city two nnett boulevard,
convenient to entire buiinetn center,
t'loi to best theatn-t ami ihopplcf
diMrict. Z-i inomi. IV) private bath;
luiunoui writing and reception room'
woodwork mbiaay throughout; brat
bed and all modern comforts; telephone
In every room: beautiful dining roomi
tt bcktoi averyUung at moderate price.
Michigan and jacKaoo mvai, uucago jj
TWENTIFTH CENTURY FARMER
Addreaa Omaha, kca,
1 1 WAY
The Riht Road
To St. Paul and Minneapolis
The Great Weatern Limited leaving Omaha 8:30
p. m., arriving at St. Paul 7:20, Minneapolis 8:00 the next
morning, is the only Electric Lighted Train to the Twin
Cities. The equipment, new and comfortable, consists of
Club Car, Dining Room Sleeping Cars and free Reclining
Chair Cars. Polite service throughout
CITT TICHIT OFFICa 11 FAMJM ST.
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