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THE OMAHA SUNDAY REE: HKCKMBKR SI. 1916
iiillaiaJJJ Villain 1 I
America Wins Praise by Its
Ready Relief to Legions
of War Victims.
ARMENIA IS GRATEFUL
(Correepondenee of The Aaaociated Preaa.)
London, Dec. 11. George F. Gra
cey, a member of the American com
mittee for Armenian and Syrian re
lief, who has helped to feed and
clothe about 55.000 Armenians in their
native land and again when they fled
to the Caucasus to escape the Turks,
has just returned to London. "Most
of this was possible only through the
generositv of the American people,"
declared "Mr. Gracey, who is not an
American, but an Englishman, and
has been a member of the American
committee for the last twelve years.
Since the war broke out he has been
been directing the relief work for the
Armenians from Tiflis.
"Armenia has replaced Belgium
and Serbia as the most distressful
country on the face of the globe."
said Mr. Gracey. "The Armenians
have twice been driven from their na
tive land. Those who were not mas-
country early in the war fled to the
Caucasus. They returned when the
Russians drove the Turks out of Ar
menia. They were forced to flee to the
Caucasus again a few months ago,
when the Turks chased the Russians
out of Mush and Bitlis, and for a time
theratened the czar's army at Van.
on the east side of the lake of that
A Woeful Plight.
"When the Armenians were able to
return to their country early this year
they were without food, clothing ur
the means of making a living. The
American committee came to the res
cue by supplying sonic ,10,000 with
2.700 head of cattle and a large quan
tity of agricultural implements. This
work of repatriating them ran along
from May to August of this year.
Just as they were getting on their feet
again and starting out to face life
anew along come the reinforced
Turks. The Ottoman troops succeed
ed in taking Mush and Bitlis, in the
very heart of Armenia. Then they
moved along the northern and western
shores of Lake Van. with the object
of encircling the town of Van, which
was the base of the Russian opera
lions in that district. They did not
get to Van. but clung to the shoes of
the lake. That is the present military
situation in that territory.
"The object of the Russian incur
sion into Armenian was not only to
rescue the Armenians, but to estab
lish a line from Trebizond on the
Black Sea across the neck of Asia
Minor to Aleppo and thus deprive
Turkey of the resources of Mesopota
mia. Those who have followed the
course of the war know what hap
pened. They know that the Russians
were only partially successful, that
they captured Trebizoud, Mush and
Bitlis, but were unable to extend their
lines farther south and prevent the
subsequent loss of the two last named
"Although the Turks did not retake
Van, rumors of their approach struck
terror to the hearts of the repatriated
Armenians, who had been chased
from their homes a year before. As
stated they fied to the Caucasus once
more, taking with them about 25,000
of their countrymen from Mush and
Bitlis, so that we are at present con
fronted with the problem of caring for
Mr. Gracey said he wanted to pay
tribute to the work of the American
Red Cross in Persia. Its base is at
Khoi and a Dr. Hazlett, an American,
is in charge.
Extra New Year's
At Two Theaters
N'cw Year's Eve will be celebrated
with two shows at the Orpheum. Be
sides the regular matinee in the aft
ernoon two performances will be
jziven Sunday night, December 31.
The first show will start at 7:30
o'clock Sunday night and the second
at 9:40. Patrons are requested to
time their arrival at the theater tor
the second show so that there will be
no inconvenience in emptying the
theater of the first audience. It is
likely that the lobby and entrance will
not be available for the use of patrons
of the second audience until 9:35 and
this is the best time to arrive at the
Orpheum for the second show. Scores
of New Year welcome parties have
been arranged for.
The Gayetv theater's annual watch
meeting performance starts at 11:30
Sunday night just half an hour after
the termination of the regmar per
formance starting at 8:30. At just 2
o'clock midnight something unusual
is going to happen. It will be in the
nature of a big surprise. Just what
it will be is a carefully guarded secret.
Manager Johnson has arranged that
the Happy New Year spirit shall pre
vail as soon as one enters the theater..
At both shows New Year's Eve the
"Twentieth Century Maids" perform
ance will he given in its entirety by
Jim Barton and the entire big or
ganization, and it will be all out and
over at 1:45 Monday morning. Janu
ary 1, 1917, so that all may get the
2 a. m. owl car service home.
President Wilson a nd thr sei-rrtary of
Ulior ilpeussed the selection of momtiern (if
I he workman's compensation hoard. A for
ward Secretary Wilson oaid (he nomination
would be decided upon In time to he Kent
to the senate when congress reconvenes
BAILEY THE DENTIST
Dr. Bailey, Pres. Dr. Sbiphtrt, Mgr.
706 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
16tb and Harney Streets,
IN HISTORY OF
Tontimwvl from raff One.)
show much heavier if pumps, farm
tractors, gas engines- scales, tanks,
cordage and twine were included, hut
these have been taken under separate
heads, in order that the items may
be revealed in greater relief.
More Dry Goods.
Dry goods and notions increased 11
per cent. Electrical supplies increased
20 per cent. Groceries increased over
25 per cent.
Oils, illuminating and lubricating,
increased over 100 per cent, the lata!
being $11,265,757 this vear, as against
$5,411,500 last year.
Poultrv and eggs jobbing amounted
to $5 27".3.i8, as against $4,366,780 last
Grain receipts jumped 54 per cent
during the year. Grain shipments
jumped over 42 per cent. The terri
tory from which Omaha draws its
grain is ever increasing in area.
As the reputation of the Omaha
grain market grows, shipments grow
from more remote sections of the
west. In the matter of the shipments
the market for Omaha grain is also
widening. Missouri valley wheat is
coming to have a world-wide reputa
tion. Over Billion in Bank Clearings.
During six months of the twelve
months just past, the ank clearings
of Great Omaha every month ex
ceeded the $100,000,000 mark, and the
total for the year ran well over the
billion mark for the first time in his
tory. The clearings for October alone
reached $132,000,000. and the grand
total for the year was $179,158.591.
The real estate transfers deserve an
especial explanation. The compara
tive figures at the head of the column
indicate a decrease of over a million.
As a matter of fact the real estate
business of the year surpassed that of
last car- hut accurate figures for the
last three and three-quarters months
were not obtainable. This was be
cause die iVder.il war revenue stamp
act was repealed, effective September
8. I'p to that time every deed had to
be stamped with government stamps
in exact proportion to the considera
tion involved. Thus it became known
what the actual consideration was in
Do Not Show Real Values.
Rut immediately after Septeniber
8 when the stamp act was abolished
deeds began to be recorded again w ith
the convenient clause. "$1 and other
valuable considerations." Thus, for
the last three and 'three-quarter
months of the year many larrc sales
of real estate were recorded as $1
transactions. The proportion between
the amount involved in a given num
ber of transactions from month to
month, and the amount recorded on
the deeds, is found to be pretty defin
ite over a period of time. Thus if the
last three and three-fourths months
are estimated on the basis of what
the considerations likely were, instead
of on what the "1" considerations rec
orded, it is found that the total sales
for the year wili run over $16,500,000.
It is a matter of record in the office of
the register of deeds of, Douglas
county that the considerations in the
deeds filed up to September 8, 1916,
aggregate $12,117,116.14. This is shown
by the amount of stamps sold to
stamp the documents.
The most marked building activity
was shown during the year, with a
total aggregat: of $7,226,107, as
against $5,385,005 the previous year.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
Snd For Fr Trial Treatment
No matter how lone or how bad go t
your druggist today and rat SO cent
box of Pyramid Pile Treatment. It will
Tha Pyramid Smile Fratn a Stogie Trial,
five relief, and a single box often enres.
A trial paekage mailed free in plain wrap
per if yon tend us coo pop balow.
FREE SAMPLE COUPON
PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY,
63$ Pyramid Bide, Marehall. Mich.
Kindtr Bend mc a Frca earaple of
Pyramid Pita Treatment, hi plain wrapper.
Compounded of vegetable
drugs in a perfectly appointed
laboratory by skilled chemists,
after the prescription of a suc
cessful physician of wide ex
perience, and approved by the
experience of- tens of thous
ands in the last forty-five
rests strictly on its merit as a
truly scientific treatment for
all diseases of catarrhal symp
toms. It has come to be the
recognized standby of the
American home because it has
deserved to be, and it stands
today as firm as the eternal
hills in the confidence of an
What Helped Then Mar Harp Yea
Get our free booklet "Health
and How to Have It," of your drug
gist, or write direct to ua.
The Peruna Company
Business of Greater Omaha
Shows Big Gain for Year 1916
Manufacturing $ 268,057,715
Real estate transfers 14,430,622
Packing houie output 149,768,860
Bank clearings 1,279,158,591
Grain receipts (bushels) . .
Grain shipments (bushels) .
Cattle (head) .
Hogs (head) .
Sheep (head) .
Live Stock Receipts.
Nebraska Cycle Company
Gives Banquet to Employes
The Nebraska Cycle company
tendered its annual banquet to its em
ployes last evening at the Hotel
Rome. About seventy-five were pres
ent, including the wives of a num
ber of the men.
The affair in reality was more than
a banquet it was an indoor picnic,
featured by a varied program of mu
sic, dancing and speechmakinR.
One of the humorous incidents of
the evening was the arrest of Tom
Mickel, president of the Nebraska
Cycle company, on the trumped-up
charge of reckless driving. He was
forced to accompany the officer from
the banquet room, hut was resmcil
by one of his employes, who showered
the officer with bonds.
Otto Tcgelherg, prominent business
man of Wahoo. Neb., a guest of
honor, made a decided hit when he
sang a parody on "Hula. Hula tiirl."
Others who scored hcavilv were:
L. H. dHow. utility Mlrkol. Mr. anil
Mra. ti. W'. Strwart. rhyltln IVliMuy. Nolli.'
Oreen, Mtaa Carnell. Ilforne Mtckpl. Jr..
Hueo Itpyn and t.fa I.anl
I'rires were awarded to those who
had shown the greatest co-operation
in the business for the year past.
Great Hindu Poet, j
Tagore, to Lecture j
In Omaha Friday
Sir Knlnmlranatli TaRnrf. Hindu,
poet, philosopher, hohlfr of the Nobel
prize for litcr.-itnrt' in 11. 1 and short-;
story writer of world-wide renown,
will leiture on "The full of Nation-!
aliMn" in the .hamlets theater on lite j
evening of January 5.
The Hindu sape has won great ai ;
claim in America. Kven before lie j
came to New York his poems, with
their oriental mysticism and quaint
philosophy, his short stories, with
their weird word weaving and ro- i
mance, were known hundreds of;
thousand;. He himself has translated j
into Knglish the Rreater part of his
works. His vogue as a lecturer is'
econd only to his populatity as a :
There is promise of a large audience
when TaRore lectures.
Brief City News
Henderson S. Martin, vice irnvernor fT thr
Philippine, hae rf-slKin-ii a ml will return nt
once to prtvato tit1 butmis" ht wife's hfjitth
will not permit rniitlniif.1 r. tWJfrire In in
Inlands. Mr. Martin formerly wrh chairman
of the KansaJi Public Ulihtlon commission
Carpenter Paper Men
Banquet at Blackstone
About seventy salesmen and de
partment managers, including their
wives, were the guests of honor at
the annual banquet nf the Carpenter
Paper company, held last evening at
the Hlackstnne hotel. I. W. Car
penter, president of the concern, was
presented with a large bouquet of
roses following his talk on "Some
Thoughts That Are Helpful."
Others who made .uhlresscs were
V. (i. Carpenter. A. W. Carpenter,
Kmil von llergen, R. 11. Wilson. K. K.
l.esh, H. M. Anderson, Mr. Sine and
rtarlnnln Weddlnt Uinta Edholm.
Han Koei Print I New Deacon rraaa
Tie. Cleaned, If, at Careye Web. Ill
Baal MaaJ for tha Hon clalrem'M Inn.
IW. W. K. root, now at 11 Flrat Nat'l.
Keep Tour Money Anil valuable In tha
American Safe lepott Vaulfa. 31 South
171h HI , Vtiw nids Boiea rent It. 00 tor
month. Open from I a. m. to a. p. m.
Mlunry noses The public Ithnu-v
nnd lt branches will be closed all clny
Suml.iv ind Monday, according to the
nnnounrement of Miss I'Mlth Tobltt,
Thoosiiphlcnl Ijecture "Hm Man a
Soul?" will be the nubjeet of a lec
ture Rjen before the Thenaophtcal
siietetv Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
by J.'T. Kkhmd. at 701 Bee building.
I'lne I'lrepljuv iood Sunderland.
Two nhonvK Granted Two de
crees were granted In divorce court
on the last day nf the week. Iena
tiooilhnrt was (reed from fieorge J.
Cooilhart n grounds of noneupport.
Mnli nm 1 .arson was granted a decree
from olga V. 1-arson. Cruelty was al
leged. Switchman Nues liurllnclon John
O. lioma-ssey, a switchman for the
I'nlon Slock Yards company, haa
brought milt against the Burlington
railroad for J5,pn0 damagea, alleg
ing permanent Injuries HiifTered on
Pecember I of this year when he was
at work In the railroad yarda.
l.he stock Ftrm Incorporates I,.
K Huberts : Co., a new live stock
concern, has tiled articles of Incor
poration with the county clerk. The
capital is $10,000. I,. K. Roberts,
president: James Burns, vice presl
dent: Waller It. Uniterm secretary
and treasurer, are the officers nnd
Investment roinpany Incorporates
- The Keystone Investment company,
capltallied at $250,000, bu filed ar
ticles of Incorporation with the county
clerk. The concern will do a general
real estate and Investment business.
Byron K. Hastings, Ernest Sweet.
Charles W. Martin, Harry A. Wolf
and Kdward M. Slater are the Incorporators.
Give your Want Ad a chance to
make good. Run it in The Bee.
is far reaching. It means
Liver and Bowel
To Aid Digestion TRY
It Helps Nature In Every Way
-ORCHARD & WILHELM CO.-
Sale Starts Tuesday, January 2d
FURNITURE r RUGS
. 1 a 1 1 J! Si -
Every piece of merchandise that goes into this sale is a genuine bargain. The price quoted represents an actual ana surjstannai reaucnon irora
true value and is a price that is made because for one reason or another we wish to remove it from our stock. January is the month devoted to siock
clearing of this sort and to accomplish our purpose, prices are made low enough to make it worth your while to buy and even anticipate your wants.
Lace Curtains, Portieres, Curtain and Drapery Materials
Lace Curtains, Portieres, Curtain and Drapery Materials, all broken lots, discontinued
patterns and short lengths, marked at a price tor rapid clearance.
Portieres in most of the desirable drapery colors, one
and two pair of a style; 50 patterns at greatly reduced
prices in most instances less than rejrular price.
1 0 no Portieres for t B.00 I $18.50 Portieres for f 7.00
$16.75 Curtains, $8.25 Pair. $14.50 Portieres for $ 6.25 I $22.50 Portieres for I 9.75
$17.50 Curtains, $8.75 Pair. $16.50 Portieres for $ 6.50 1 $40.00 Portieres for $13.95
$zz.ou t uriams, iz.oo mir.
s iM.i ji i tan
Muslin, up to 6 pairs of a
AH styles represented Brussels,
Cluny Net, Quaker, Arabian
pattern. Over 100 patterns.
A Few Reduction!
$4.50 Curtains. $2.25 Pair.
$10.00 Curtains, $4.50 Pair.
Ilfi.KO Cm-tains. 15.85 Pair.
ALL one and two-pair lots (more than 60 styles 2-pair
lots and 76 patterns in 1-pair lots) at irreatly reduced
prices, in many instances less than Vz regular price.
$ 2.00 Curtains for $
$ 4.60 Curtains for $
S 8.00 Curtains lor 1
$11.00 Curtains for $
A few pairs of made up Overcurtains of cretonne and
sunfast materials to close.
$4.85 Curtains $2.25 Pair
$5.00 and $5.76 Curtains for... $1.00 Pair
Two-pair lot Sunfast Curtains and Valanees.
Regular $34.00 Pair, for $5.00
$8.25 Curtains for $3.75 Pair
Over Drapery Materials
$16.00 Curtains for $ 8.75
$25.00 Curtains for $ 9.85
$30.00 Curtains for $12.00
Cretonne and Grenadine Bed Set at Vz Price
,50 for $ 2.25 $ 6.50 for $ 3.25 $13.50 for I 6.75 l (.ou tor 8.78
Over 100 patterns from 3 to 40 yards each
Ahnnt 75 nat terns of from S to 30 yards each.
large enough for unusual selections at these prices.
$1.50 Values 75e Yard
$1.85 Values 95e Yard
$2.25 Values... $1.15 Yard
livinc room and sunroom effects.
26c and 30c Values, 15c Yard
36c and 40c Values, 28e Yard
60c and 55c Values, 38c Yard
60c Values, 42c Yard
76c Values, B5c Yard
66c Values 18e Yard
$1.00 Values 50e Yard
$1.35 Values 70e Yard
Tapestry and Upholstery Fabrics
$4.50 vals., $1.50 yd. $6.95 vals., $3.85 yd
$2.75 values, 95c yd.
$30.00 for $10.00
Lace, Net, Scrim and Madras
Lace, Net, Scrim and Madras; white, cream and eeru,
in quantities sulticient lor a winaow or a room
40c Values 25
50c Values 30c
75c Values 45e
$1.00 Values 40c
Curtain Nets, Muslins, Cretonnes, Drapery Materials, Sunfast Fabrics, from
yards each. Priced at 18c, 38c, 48c and 95e. Values up to $1, $2, $3 and $5 each.
RUGS! RUGS! RUGS!-
a TTH.IJ.a-11 T: 1 TT tl.aij Pam
Bugs for large, .iving room bedrooms, offices, etc. These g are fr
frencn wutons, naniora oaxonyn, buuuhoi ............. -
All sizes are renresented.
T4rlu7ib Jk Ma (too otid minv tiH.m, of Anirlo-Persians.
merchandise we cannot reorder for another season. The bargains arc remarkable.
4 WhittaU Anglo Persian, 9x12 $ 82.00
14 Hardwick & Magee French Wiltons,
3 Bigelow Royal Ispanham Wiltons,
2 Seamless Highland Wiltons, 9x12 82.50
6 WhittaU Anglo Indians, 9x12 69.50
9 Hardwick Wiltons, 9x12 67.50
9 Bundhar Wiltons, 9x12
11 Hartford Saxonys, 9x12
22 Standard Wilton, 9x12
5 Smith Seamless Wiltons, 9x12
7 Heavy Seamless Axminsters, 9x12. .
3 Roxbury Axminsters, 9x12
5 Bigelow Axminsters, 9x12
6 Smith Seamless Axminsters, 9x12. .
4 Oriental and Floral Axminsters, 9x12
7 Seamless Velvets, 9x12
11 Best Quality Tapestry, 9x12
5 Seamless Tapestry, 9x12
Cross Seamed Brussels, 9x12
Reversible Seamless Fiber, 9x12
WhittaU Anglo-Persian, 8-3x10-6. . . .
Seamless Soiled Wilton, 8-3x10-6...
WhittaU Anglo Indians, 8-3x10-6...
Bundhar Wiltons, 8-3x10-6
Standard Wiltons, 8-3x10-6
Hartford Saxony, 8-3x10-6
French Wilton, 6x9
WhittaU Anglo Indian, 6x9
Hardwick Wiltons, 6x9
Bundhar Wiltons, 6x9
Standard Wiltons, 6x9
Imported Axminsters, 6x10
Best Quality Body Brussels, 6x9
Seamless Axminsters, 6x9
Price Sala Price
22.00 17.50 1
16.50 13.95 1
20.00 12.95 6
7.50 6.00 3
68.50 55.00 2
65.00 50.00 3
f.6.00 42.50 2
48.50 35.00 2
70.00 46.50 1
62.00 41.00 2
44.50 36.00 2
41.50 33.50 1
36.50 27.50 3
31.50 23.50 3
27.50 19.50 1
25.00 19.50 5
21.50 17.75 1
Mahal Wiltons, 4-6x7-6 18.50
Extra Larfe and Special Sired Rune
Bundhar Wiltons, 9x9 51.00
Hurt ford Saxony, 9x9 70.00
Bundhar Wiltons, 9x15 80.00
Standard Wiltons, 9x15 70.00
Bundhar Wiltons, 10-6x12 80.00
Bundhar Wilton, 10-6x13-6 91.60
Best Quality Body Brussels, 10-6x10-6
Best Quality Body Brussels, 11-3x12..
Hartford Saxony, soiled, 11-3x16..
Bundhar Wiltons, 11-3x15
Bundhar Wiltons, 10-6x10-6
DINING ROOM FURNITURE
He.OO Golden Oak Buffet $2250
$37.00 Golden Oak Buffet $27.00
149.00 Dinine Table, quarter aawed. 64-incb round
top. at $36.00
IM.O0 Anticjua Mahogany Buffet, Cbarlea D deeijrn $66.00
$60.00 54-ineh Round Top Mahogany Dinloa Table
to natch buffet $48.00
126.00 Serring Table, to match buffet and table. . .$18.00
$10.60 Dming Chain, to match trite, each $ 7.7S
$61.00 Buffet, American wamut, 66 hsehea loot. . .$4S.O0
$6S.OO Mahogany Buffet. 66 inobea long $44.00
r TDMITI ID C 'or d'ning room, Imng room, bed room and
r UrVlll 1 UIj library, in auitea and accurate piecea.
for example, we mention a partial list only of the substantial values this sale offers:
"BED ROOM FURNITURE
$32 Dresser, like illustration,
American walnut, base 42 in
ches long, has large glass 30x24
$32 Chiffonier to match, in
American walnut, top 32 in
ches wide, 20x1 6-inch glass, $24
;0.50 Dressing Table to matrh
dresser and chiffonier, Ameri
can walnut, has triple mirrors,
width of top 35 inches, $23.00
$62 Vanity Dressing Case
American walnut $48.50
I $59 Vanity Dressing Case, ir
golden oak, quarter sawed, pol
ished finish $46.50
$45 Dresser, golden oak, top
46 inches lone. 34x'28-inch
plate glass $33.50
$32 Dressing Table, golden oak,
triple mirror $23.50
$46.00 Buffet, like illustra
tion, made of select quarter
sawed oak, golden or fumed
finish, two ton drawers, one
linrH for silver, laree doubli!
I'uliinet and linen drawer at
the bottom. Jacobean design,
buffet is 54 inches long, $35
$53.00 Same Buffet, 60 in
ches long $39.00
$39.00 China Cabinet to
match, has double doors, 46
inches wide $29.00
$18.50 Serving Table, 38 in
ches long, to match China
Cabinet and Buffet. .$13.75
i"L llT'J.'.IJU.-JL..I 1 I
$12.00 Kneker, like illuntral ion. ROlid quarter
aawed oak. Jucnltan finioh, nprinu
cunhion neat, upholsterrii in tapeatry $ 0.73
1 1 6.00 Same design, in Holid mahogany .... $12.00
$16.00 Rocker or Arm Chair, Jacobean finish
cane seat $10.00
$22.00 Rocker. Jacobean oak, looae cushion
apring Beat, tapestry covered cane
LIVINo ROOM FURNITURE
$17.60 Rnffkcr or Arm Chair, Jfobn oak
with ouflhion neat and back, uphol
Klerw, in Uprstry I 2.50
$70.00 MahuRny Ktt?i, Chippendale den. im $47J&0
$40.00 Mahogany Kofa, spring cushion seat,
taprnlry upholstered $30.00
$39.00 Mahogany Frame Rocker or Arm
Chair. Spanish leather upholstered
seat and back $20.00
$7ri.00 Leather Upholstered Rocker $ltOO
$30.00 Arm Chair, mahogany frame, Spanish
leather seat and back upholstered . . . .$22JH '
$21.00 Mahogany Frame Arm Rocker or Arm
Chair, brown figured denim uphol
stered seat and back $1&00
$60.00 Mahogany Library Tabic. Colonial
design, at $48.00
$42.00 Mahogany Library Table $3240
THE GIFT SHOP
Has Prepared an Interesting January Sale.
Here you will find ieveral lamps, a few bronzes, one or two marbles at greatly reduced prices. On one table you will find this season's painted wood novelties reduced one
third in price. Among these are door wedges and door porters, twine holders and gayly painted and most decorative parrots. Come, look at the things on the tables. All special prices.
A few slightly soiled Brocade Boxes great- f A few odd pieces of Wedgewood China reduced. Among them an ink I $29 A Canary and black lamp shade, reduced to (14.50
ly reduced i pot, a condiment set, sweet dishes and flower pot. $3 Electric Candle Lamps, reduced to $1.00
ORCHARD fa WILHELM COMPANY
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