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TITE BEE: OMAILV. TTEDNEPPAT. DECEMBER 1. lfr.
There la iino anlendlrt feature ahmit ntir tor" eervlee that we wHnm
speak ahout. Our MU.Tn.n will not mlrirMnt any article In this
nor Thr are not inclined that way anil It Ian t rtfo.mwrr to mKK
mica anil It ta not permitted hv tha management. Whir- erge Waih.
lngton could act a aaleiiman for ua. aay exactly what aay and
rutins finally with an untarotahed reputation for veracity.
-raw ion or QTjAxrrr olotmt
You Slioold Try
Your IVlonavv Back On D
At Kilpatriclcs Mednesday Dec 1
Exceptional and Timely Sale of Suits
Please note at the outset, this sale docs not represent an ordinary purchase of culls left-overs
discards and undesirables, but doej represent
An Aggregation of High Grade Man-Tailored
Dependable Stylish Suits
The quantity is so large ths assortment so varied colorings so numerous weaves and'
weights so different and sizes so many that the most exacting, the most particular, the most finicky
Can All Be Suited
Such sales are most unusual at any time and are rarely seen until after the close of the
year. Wednesday, then, at 10 a. m. sale starts. Extra help and plenty space so as to give
RAPID and SATISFACTORY SERVICE
LOT 1 consists of suits made in the best workshops, fine all wool materials, tailored by men.
Scotch cloths, English cloths, tweeds, chevrons, broadcloths correct, in style, the latest fabrics,
most of them made to sell in first class stores (only) at 532.50 each.
On Sale Wednesday at $18.50 Each
LOT 2. This lot is worthy of especial mention. We wish it were possible to describe these
garments satisfactorily. Cold type cannot be made to do it properly. Nor would illustration convey a
proper conception. You must see. We will have rendered you a service if we can induce you to
see these goods. This lot contains the highest grade suits, material and workmanship the very best.
Chiffon broadcloths, English tweeds, mannish worsteds, beautifully lined and exquisitely finished.
Made to sell at $45.00 to $50.00
ON SALE WEDNESDAY at $27.50 EACH
Naturally, there's a pick no reservations. Everybody treated alike. All
You'll like tha way they liocoraa
you and the war w price them to
yon and aa you wr them you'll
like the way they main their new
ness. Hundreds of styles at from
S1.0O to s 12.00.
And the Best Soft
or Stiff Hat tvr
! It to bring In a verdict of acquittal be
cause the evldenre Introduced waa not suf
ficient to substantiate the charges. Owing
to the serious illneaa of Juror Thomas Big
ley the jury was dismissed and the case
wt for trial next Monday morning, when
a new jury will be empanelled.
10.00 o'clock prompt If interested, be '.sure to be on hand on the dot
will have an equal chance.
THOMAS KILPATRICK & COMPANY
Bml TffiS THE SESSION
Preuun Brought to Bear Upon.
Governor to Call It.
wll laettle the Manor question so far aa
the democratic) party la concerned.
Bryaa't V lewi
Mr. Bryan Instated first that county op
tion be Included la the democratic state
platform and falling ta get the endorse
metn of a single leader of the party for
that plank, he haa now demanded that the
governor settle the party's stand on the
question by way of the Initiative and' referendum.
Uee court for failure to report a case of
diphtheria in his home. When his 10-year-old
boy died there was an Investigation
made, and It was found that two children
had diphtheria and that It had. not been re
ported to the health office and that ho
physician had been summoned. Two Chris
tian Science healers had visited the home.
In the opinion of Judge Rlsneavthe mat
ter of tha faith of the defendant waa not
taken -up. but the fine waa pronounced
merely on the evidence produced, and the
penalty Inflicted under the ordinance. Tha
Last winter Mrs. Heald of Osceola, who
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r n i m ftti r i waa tna aewi ui mo lomimiwi. v . -....... ... ......
JUL tiiWuiuuJli legislature, asked Mr. Bryan to sign ! family had known that the two children
Pleasanton. He retired and moved to
Kearney nine years ago. He is survived by
a wife, three daughter and one son.
Funeral services were hetd Monday after
noon from the BvangeMcat church.
Fellar ( Vmmt Le arte la rare
Iiut Valid Laws Also Gives.
mm Rnuoa for Kxtrm
f ; ' Meatlan.
fPYom a Staff Correspondfnt.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 50. Governor Shallen
berger Is being urged to call a apfclal
sewlon ef the legislature for the purpose
of placing an Initiative and referendum
law Ilka the one defeated lam winter by
had diphtheria, and that they had failed
to comply with the city ordinance and re
port the cane to the health office.
Mr. Robinson will appeal the case.
Former ExclMtaaa Dea4.
a petition calling upon the legislature to
submit the prohibition amendment. Mr.
Bryan refused, saying, "Wait for the inlta
tivn and referendum; that will nettle tha
Governor dhallenbwger said yesterday
he would not say what waa tha object of
Mr. Bryan's visit, but today he admitted
that the question of calling an extra aes
; 11. .n nt the legislature had been suggested
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and was being dlttcusaed Dy some demo- - i" a"i .yniiS
' crata. but that the suggestion had not j during the last summer in the hope of re
come from him. He understood, he said, j tvin- relief, but was benefited but little.
ih, vie nrvan was anxious for the Das- Mr- Walfe was born In Pennsylvania.
I he democratic legislature and also 'o WKe of lne lniUatlve and referendum, and j 8"PtembBr 3- 1SR- He came to Lincoln
Ratify the proposed Income tax amendment aiaQ fof the nmneatlon of the proposed In-! about "lA has been In the meat bust-
to the fedwral constitution. come aau,ndment to the federal constitu- ! nww mo"t of -he time since. During the
The demand for the extra sesaion comes j lluJU j administration of Mayor Adams he served
from no lees a person than Mr. Bryan Mm- , Qefore the bank g-iaranty law waa held ! aa exciseman for two years. He waa a
elf and yesterday Governor rihailenberger j vnni by tne fpd-ai oourt. Governor Shal. I member of the Mai cabws. the Knights of
and C- W. Bryan, who la the personal j ! lwi r MiA lf tne declaion was adverse i Ps'thlaa and the E3ks. He leaves a widow
rnpreaentatlv or mm presidential canai
data. held a long onnferenca over the mat
te and today Chairmon Byrnes of the J xtra 3eBUin. The decision of the
dernoeratlB state committee waa called In i oourt pointed out the weak places In the
for a conference. I JkW Qy practically saying It waa all weak.
Other democratic leaders are being j Dut no extra aeeelon haa yet been called.
wheeled Into line for the extra sesaion by ur. Bryan and the others who are anx- 'Omaha on the occasion of the National
thw Bryan Influence and great pressure la . ioua for the extra session now are saying .Corn exposition. From places where the
being brought to bear on the governor : nothing of that law or of any of the acts fare Is under the tirkets will be on
to get him to Issue the call. ' passed by the democratic legislature which .sale the following dates: December 7, 8.
Those clamoring for the extra session 1 failed to stand the test of the courts. ,9. 14. 1 and over; and over $6. the follow
Haelware Xu at DuBtnsr Woauaded
ay Llrrk tat Store..
BROKEN BOW. Neb., Nov. 3 (Special.)
Ira Basa, a young man about 24 years
old and a former resident of this place,
waa brought hers yesterday from Dunning
suffering from a gunshot wound In the
breaat. Ha waa taken to the residence of
James-Baaa. a brother, where the surgeons
will try to locate the bullet by means of
the X-ray. The wounded man runs a
hardware store at Dunning and Saturday
hind and did not pay up. There are ninety
mora delinquents, who will be similarly
served this week. Mr. Wright says that
a good share of those behind are people
who are perfectly able to pay, some being
active society people, while the poorer
class generally nay promptly.
BIVISIOItlSTS SAKS NBW LINKS
Joseph W. Wolfe died at his home. 1044 evening was exhibiting some firearms
U street. Tuesdsy morning at 3 o clock. Mr. to a prospective Duyer. His young as
Wolfe had suffered for some time with alstant. who waa standing near,
Blight's disease, and for the last six weeks
had been confined to his home. He went
and a way pointed out In the opinion how mm nu a aaugnier,
to enact a constitutional act, he would ;bo,n ot whom are still at home.
Conamiaaian for Law Rate.
up a revolver he supposed was unloaded
Cat Ud Cuter Casaty
ANSXJST, Neb., Nov. . iSpeciai) The
advocates of county division of Custer
county met at Analey and new lines have
been drawn. The plan now contemplates
five counties, as follows: Alfalfa county
with Calaway- the probable county seat;
Arbor county, with Sargent the probable
county seat; Rose county, with Aiuley
the probable county seat; Victoria county.
.,. . I with Mema or Anselmo tha probable county
Picked . .
. . uu uiu punier will ro tTOm tne
The Union Pacific railroad has received
permission from the State Railway com
mission to put in effort a one. fare rate to
are not asking that tha governor Include
In his call tha paaaaga of a bank guar
anty bill nor a nonpartisan judiciary or a
new normal board bill, but they are ask
ing only for the tnlttattve and referen
dum. They figure that the Initiative and refer
endum lf enacted Into law along the
Unas mapped out by Mr. Bryan laat winter
Thir Idea Is to get the liquor qestlon ing dat
settled some way before the next election.
Mr. Bryan may be a candidate at that
election, though his declarations on the
liquor question, many of his friends say,
have eliminated him.
BuMiMia la Fined.
Charles W. Robinson. 110 Wood street.
December . g, 10, 13 and 13.
Salt to Test Tax.
and commenced twirling If .,, ht. - i north town llmlt f Broken Bow to the
ger when the weapon suddenly discharged U,h of Cu",M" C"Umy and ln ,tme
Itself, the bullet entering the right breast ! v""""; ooaoiy oe tne county
of the victim. Bass' parents and other
relatives reside here and he was brought
to his old horns where he will receive care
ful attention. Dr. Buckleys the attending
physician, states lf the bullet can be ex
tracted and complications do not set In,
the patient will stand a fair show of recovery.
: seat of Custer county. The county dlvls-
ionlsts were unanimous in approving these
ENJOINS CANVASSING or VOTES
New Xon la rtabt A ami net Ffaua
ealaa at Nebraska. City.
NEBRASKA. CITY, Neb.. Nov. 30.-4 Sue
clai.) Laai Tuesday the city voted on and
adopted an ordinance giving to the old
water and light company, a new franchise
for twenty years and a contract for water
and lights for ten years. The council waa
to have met and canvassed the vote on the
matter laat evening, but the members ware
served with a restraining order issued bv
Should the supreme court hold the occu- Jud6e H D- Travis on tha application of
patlon tax on corporations valid, a suit axnmt D- Houston, a member of the coun
wtll be started to prevent the secretary I cU wno na" b"" opposed to tha granting
of state from charging a tax on the au- of 0,8 franchise from the start. He seta
thortxed capital stock of corporations. 1 UD manr things as being Illegal ln the mat
Many representatives inslster"nnon oavlnn I ter ' the ordinances and the election. The
waa Tuesday fined 3 and costs in the po- ithe tax on the paid up capital stock, while j hearing haa been set for December 1 but
ii ia more man likely that the dty will
ask for an earlier hearing. Thia fight
against tha granting of a new franchise
for the present company haa been on for
the last four years before tha council.
jthe secretary of state Insisted on charg
ing a tax baaed on the authorized capital
Before giving up
I did not
Understand to be
To cotfee until
Coffee to Vosttua.
The large army of persona who have
found relief from many chronic ailments
by changing from coffee to Pnatum aa a
dally beverage, la growing each day.
It is only a simple question of trying
It for oneself ln order to know the Joy
of returning health aa realised by an Ilia,
young lady. She writes:
"I had been a ooffee drinker nearly all
my life and It affected my stomach
nansad insomnia and I was seldom with
out a headache. I had heard about
Poatum and how beneficial It waa, so
concluded to quit coffee and try It.
"I waa delighted with the change. Z
eaa, now alee well and aeidurn ever have
headache. My stomach haa gotten strong
and I can eat without aurfenng after
wards. I think my whole system greatly
benefited by Poetum.
"My brother also suffered from stomach
trouble while he drank coffee, but now,
slut e using Poatum he tewia ao mucn bat
ter he would nut go back to coffee for
Read 'The Road to Wellvtlle." ln pkgs.
Bver read tha altera lattast A, saw ana
appears fraaa time to time. They are
genuine, traa, and fall at knmas Interaea.
Dueket A walta Jndare
! Dixaa Coaaty.
j PONCA. Neb.. Nov. 36. Special.) The
I district court of Dixon comity opened Ita
Nuvember term here today. Judge Guy T.
(Graves la holding court at Wayne, Neb..
this week and for reasons of courtesy
I Judge A. A. Welch la in his place. The
' docket contains one cane of criminal as-
sault, that against Herman Anton Grels;
one case for robury against Edward
I Bunge and Ed Maughn. The docket also
I contains four civil cases, tk-ven cuea ln
i equity, four foreclosures, seven anneals.
Profit ia recdlaar Ikees.
TORE. Neb.. Nov. 3. 8peclal.) In Au
gust last A. B. Christian of York county
bought at South Omaha several hundred
yearling wethers and shipped thm to the
breeding farm southeast of York, where
they were run for three weeks In cornfields
that had become full of weeds. Tha sheep
cleaned out the weeds and only ate the
lower leaves of corn. They were then put
ln the fattening yard and Dave a Iug,
expert breeder and fitter of oattle and
hogs, put the sheep on full feed for two
months. When shipped to South Omaha
Railroads Pay Tana
BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. 30. Special Tele-gj-ain.)
The Burlington and Union Pacific
roads paid thalr taxes ln Gage county for
the year 109 today. Tha tax of the Bur
lington, Including the emergency bridge
and Sparks Judgment levies, amounted to
C8.09S.73. n.779.21 being protested. The
Union Pacific paid H4.S4. JL00O of which
New Jury ta ChaaaaerisUai Caaa.
BEATRICE. Nek Nov. 30. .Special Tele
gram.) In the district court today Judge
Travis overruled tha motion filed by the
defense ln the Chamberlain bank case to
take It away from the Jury and instruct
Nebraska Nawa Notea.
BEATRICE The 330-acre farm of Agnthe
Wiebe. living near Hoag, thia county, has
: been sold for S46.0U0 to Johannes Fnnner.
BEATRICE The drug store of C A.
Jackson, the oldest In the citv. was sold
today to O. F. Harlan of South Auburn.
GOTHENBURG Tha Plymouth ohurch
has been holding a state meeting here the
!aat four days and ministers from ail parts
of the stale have been In attendance.
TECUMSICH Mrs. Otis Ide of Tecum sen
I has undergone a serious operation in a
Lincoln hospital. The latest reports from
' her are to the effect that she is very low.
Her husband la at her bedside. -
I BEATRICE Announcement was made
yesterday of the marriage of Edward Ve-
oott of this dty and Miss Lulu Gates of
Geneva. Neb., which took place Saturday
evening in this city. Rev. J. E. Davis otfi
clatlng. BEATRICE Plans and specifications for
the addition to the government building
here were received vesterday by Postmas
ter Hollingworth. Work on the building,
which will cost about STo.CKO. will be
star ed aa soon as the contract la let.
TEI'I'MSEH The a-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Asa McCoy of Todd Creek pre
'mct. this county, got hold of a bottle of
hair tonic and drank a considerable amount
of the liquid. He was given prompt med
ical attention and will suffer no ill results
f mm the experience.
BEATRICE Beatrice lodge No. 1ST. Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, held a meet-
f Ing last evening and elected these officers:
J. W. McKUBSick. noble grand: George jer
man. vice grand; Frank Benslng, secre
tary: W. J. Peaa. treasurer; W. E. Rife,
trustee, for three years.
BEATRICE Information has been re
ceived here that the Union Pacific will
soon put on through trains between Topeka
and Lincoln. It has been announced that
the service would gn into effect Decem
ber L but the local authorities have re
ceived no such information.
TECUM 9EH Dr. T. S. Falrall of this
city, who haa been ln poor health from
nervous exhaustion for several weeks, is
taking rest and needed treatment In a
Lincoln hoanltal. His wife and little son
are with him. Dr. Falrall Is one of the
pioneer physicians of tha city.
FREMONT The rains and wet. foggy
weather of the last week have left the
mads leading to town In rather bad shape,
and consequently there haa not been many
people In town aa usual. Over one-third
of the com Is still in the field and It la
too muddy for farmers to do much husk
ing. NEBRASKA CTTT At a meeting of
Frontier lodge No. X Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, the following officers were
elected: Noble grand. Will J. Bickel. vice
grand. H. R. Carlton; treasurer. H O.
Marnell: secretary R. W Kelly, trustees.
FV J. Hormyer. William Bishop and C. N.
KEARNET School teachers In Buffalo
coimtv are not plentiful enough to supply
the demand. There are now three vacant
schools, and even though a normal school
'a located ln this city there are no appli
cants for the positions. Dan Cupid has
raised havoc since the term opened, thus
tha empty school houses.
GOTHENBURG nothenmir is said to
he on the list for Union Pacific Improve
ments. It Is understood a new depot, water
tank and coal chutes ore to he built ln the
near future. Last month the rnislnesx hpre
amounted to over tsn.onft. The Union Pacific
double track is fast neating completion,
the ties being laid and rails being placed.
BEATRICE The case of the state of
Nebraska against Frank Chamhertoin.
charged with shooting hia sweetheart. Miss
May Auatln, with Intent to commit murder,
was called yesterday and continued for
one week. Mlsa Austin Is at the home
of her parents at Blue .Springs and haa
almost completely recovered from her In
juries. KEARNEY City officials are much per
plexed over tha question of how to fin the
office of Justice of the peace, which va
cancy waa caused hy the death of the lata
Jonn Huge. There seems to be various
minions and the city attorney will ask t
decision from tha suuremn ixiurt aa to who
haa the power to appoint a successor lo
John Hoge. deceaated.
BEATRICE William Pinker, proprietor
of the. FMlev hotel, and Lent King, a
boarder, engaged In a flgnt in the hotel
Sunday, with the remilt that boih were
badly used up. Purkey alleged that King
was too friendly with Mrs, Purkey. and
when the two met In the hotel office-they
settled their differences. King came ui
Beatrice yesterday and swore out a war
rant against Purkey to keep the pence.
NEBRASKA CITY At a special meeting
of the city council last evening the saloon
license which had been granted to James
Fleming last spring, was transferred to
Mr. Schretner. It being shown that his
money paid for the license and that he
started Fleming up ln huslnees. and that
he deserted the same and teft Schreiner to
pay ail of the bills. This is the first tlmw
that anything of tho kind has ever been
done In this city.
TECUM SEH Linn Carman, a prominent
farmer of this county, has recovered from
an attack of appendicitis. He went to
Omaha and Lincoln for expert examination
and the surgeons agreed that an operation
Is necessary. This Mr. Carman will submit
to as soon as conditions n re more favora
ble. At the present time they have measles
at his home, his hired man. Otto Brandt,
being quite sick with the disease. Mr.
Carman Is keeping away from home, re
maining ln Tr-cumseh. tnd as soon as It
Heems advisable ha will have the operation
FREMONT It Is the Intention of tha
business men on the principal streets of
the city to have a special electrical street
display during the holiday season, begin
ning. If possible, on December 10. The
committee In charge intend to place 2,4X4
fnur-candlepower incandeecant bulbs on
Main, Fifth. Sixth and Broad streets in the
business portion, the wires to be strung
along the streets with loops at the cor
ners and special designs at the depot. The
street llrhts in that part of the oltv wtll
he discontinued during the time and the
lights are to be furnished by the city frea
FOR MABRAY MEN
Sosnewfs Held 1st San Fraarlars Al
lowed Tsire Days ta Vila Haaeaa
8 AN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Nov. 30. Judge
Dehaven of the United States district oourt
today Issued an order sending R. B. Her
rtman, F. W. Brown and E. C. Moors, said
to be members of the Mabray gang of
alleged racing and prise fighting swindlers
to Omaha, for trial. The men were arrested
a few weeks ago at Sao, Jose.
Tha attorney of the accused men main
tained that the preliminary hearing did
not specify that the acts oomplalned of
were committed ln the Omaha district, and
Judge Dehaven, in issuing the warrants,
granted a three days' stay ln order that
habeas corpus proceedings may be brought.
Bee Want Ads are Business Boosters.
DETECTIVES ON WAY TO LEAD
Pmldrat of Loeal Calen Noticed
Taat Mem as aa Way to
LEAD, 3. D.. Not. SO. James Klrwln,
president Of the Western Federation of
Miners, tonight received a telegram from
National President Moyer at Denver say
ing that seventy-five detectives are on
their way to Lead In connection with tha
strike ln the Homestake plant.
The company admits tha presence of
some detectives, whose purpose Is to pre
serve order. C. E. Hamoney. vice presi
dent of tbe union, waa arrested today and
fined tUt on a charge of using" violent lan-
j ona error, one annulment of mar-nave, one ' they tupped the market, selling for tS.2e. The
j ulvorce, one attachment, une revivor of sheep were bought at St and figuring the
Judgment, three sales of real estate, one corn at u6 cents par buahel, alfalfa hay at
; partitiun. , Os per ton, corn fodder at tS pr ton, oata
There are fower criminal canes than laat cents per bushel, the great gain mads
HOUSE. HOTEL AND OrFICS rUHNISHERS
ORCHARD & WILHELM
4mI6-I3 South Sixteenth Street
year; also fewer divorcee.
"There's a Reason"
Powtum Cereul Co., Ltd., Dattlt Creek, ilich.
Twa Veteraaa Paaa Away.
KEARNEY. Neb.. Nov. JO. i .Special. )
Saturday evening at S: o'clock J. F.
Paist, a veteran uf the civil war and a
pioneer of NobrMka. died here. Mr. Palst
had been sick but a short time with
ln the short time and Increase in price
made a nice clean profit and demonstrates
that feeding sheen on Nebraska farms
may be mora profitable than feeding cattle
I or hogs.
Haaaav Taiaus at Crata.
CRETE. Neb.. Nov. 30. 1 Special.) B. J
ungm a aieea. He moeu to this county Hainer of Lincoln spoke before tha Con-twenty-one
y-ars ago and lived for a short gregatlonal club last night. His subject
time on a farm near Buda. During the waa more or lesa political, dealing with
nar he aerved In an Indiana regiment. He the political reforms of the day Incl-
a 'ie i:u uira aona ine run era! dentally, it took a few shots at the lead-
era of parties. In defense of tha oorpora-
waa held euiiday afternoun from the
Sunday afternoon at anuiher soldier
and pioneer paased a war. This lima It was
John T. Williams, aged and drop y waa
the cause. Mr. Phillips entered the civil
; war in 1-1 and served throughout tbe en
; tire four yeju-s He moved to thia county
City Wataa skat 4rC
.FREMONT. Neb.. Nov. 3s. peslal.
Commissioner Wright yesterday abut tbe
j thirty years ago, living on a farm soar water off from tea. pat roue wno wara be-
tiona, he said they grew through the de
mands of necessity and it properly con
trolled were an economic good.
FTJTiNITTJILE FOR GIFTS. It is a sensible idea, besides being attractive and subutan
tial, it ia useful and adds greatly to the comfort of the recipient. We have assembled this sea
son an assortment much greater than we have ever before displayed. Articles suitable for
each member of the family are here for your choosing. Popular prices prevail, goodn pur
chased now will be delivered when wanted.
The Ladies Aid Society of
All Saints Church will con
duct a sale of fancy articles
and toys, on our Second floor
Wednesday ami Thursday,
December 1st and 2d. Every
DESK OE DRESSES CLOCX
(Like illustration) A very pretty
design, made of solid mahogany,
basa lined with fait, good time
keeper, at $3.25
Bring tne little folks
to see Omana's great
est, brightest and best
Toy display. MAIN ITLOOli.
SI0SRI3 CHAIR (like illustration). The O. & W.. Special,
We nava a particularly Interesting
display every toy la the houue ia
absolutely new, this season's pur
chase. Our Main Floor is devoiei
to this allowing, which la the largest
and moat artlsuo slock ever displayed
plain .rich design, frame constructed ln the best possible maaner of
quarter sawed white oak or Birch mahogany finish, back adjusts to
four dTferent positions, seat fitted with full set of springs over which
la placed loose reversible cushions, air Riled, back also has loose
reversible cushion, air filled; choice of colors. In valour;
special, at . "
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