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I Jl Her Daughter and His Son1
A Great Mam id Lifm Story by
1 1DAH McGLQNE GIBSON
MiUK.i v mi t.it i
IBaaaM With !l mv flrmtth I puhe.l Km-
neth from rr.e Why did you (So
that?" I ilrmindfd. angrily, a Ken
neth klaaed me again.
Kortl1" IB, Ann foraive ma. I
did not mean to But 1on you know
w hare hen p.i! err iMiea we t ere
t.r, rhlldren and many l the Um"
ron and I haT kled e.nj !iu! up. I
want to raaJie up now "
"We're not rhlld'en any Ken
neth Ilalaey. Ton ir engaTt t"
fJrre Cameron and v. have rtr;hln
to mak' up "
What'a an engagement mor or lM
Set ween friend"' ikrd Kltllflk wH h
hie old Irrenponwib.e I men
' Ton disappoint tut'. You dlaaf)-
ward a though to uk rn-
"No, dnn't do tha'.' I remnnafted.
because you did it U ih reason you
B dlaappn Dted tm . Vol had no eg
B whate ay for kis.ng m kenm 1. W
are not children nnv hmtrr ue are
fttlly gro n. Another r I rl I '
your ring and you have pronlecd hT
that you Wou'.d murr her o'ir day.
I almoe? ti n though you had m i
jH suited rot liritr m.l'iel
ko light of rour kls I' en i njrare-l
men or two means no:h!nt amonr
H frlanda. certainly a !'!a or two meani
1 klMM nre h-stowed upon some ot.e
Bfl rlae. When 1 return to lh aehool to-
jfl night ehall I tat) Gran I Ridt
H on and you klftaed me."
Ph Why. Ann. dear, why have ou'
lfl grown o aerlou-V Ther? LftTt u air!
In all the world tint I hare a
H a repc( and regnrj fur us" ( Invf
for you. yea, I know w..t vou
would Kay." he hastened to remur :
nulekly. a. I trie. I to Interrupt,
not even OraCfl fUJa tht bill for a
H pal as you do. We are pals, aren't
H fi." i oaawcrad "and we ran uav-1
ir nicaln he fctdnda."
"And you tTont l.ke mo anv more,
I I - Ann "'
i ended to lie to him and ten j!m that
H I hated him, hut 1 could not. "Ys.
H Kenneth. I do. I Uk? you prhip;
1 mora than you wilt ever know." I ?n
,aered honatlv ' I Ilk you ho
I that I cannot tell ; ou the hur th
'you have riven me I Iikc you o
I much that J am coins tu try to r.fvi
rr voa acaJn "
I walked unsteadily out In h rain.
not heedlntr hi proteatlns voice call
ling: "Ann. come hack' Conic back!
I I wnnt to sa aoniethlnr more to 0 I."
Ha did not follow me. ' ai
!.nd In 'ht he aain h.jrf me be aaaC
jl understood that however miCh Ken- ;
neth Itai'e .' trofersd to enre for m. ,
, he did hot "nre mr, irh for mv fr nd;
g ' if I up for nrr ;md injtsl UP n
i holding it aaainat the Jealcttsy of!
Oraea Camaron. Ha did not wn' anv
of Oraea'i frlanda to . hirr walk-1
inr .: me
U hen I arrived in the school I -hruhrd
p.tet Oracc without ;ktnr.
Jt ind 'o me that she 1 d
m rather suspiciously and I th'T
lermlned to teM her that I had tuet !
I -aid to myaalfi rathat t ifcn-iclatl-oualy:
"1 will not s1oti to 'I. an
if rirn'c does."
"I Juat met Kenneth i) n"in " I
rmarkad. Why did you tell him
that I hal ift the acpu
I'cr momer' she hesit . t . I and
thcTi al 1 "I didn't "
"W'n: should he tell ine yoa did
"I'pMlbly as an excuse for not tr"?ng
to ee you all thoee montha."
You know batter thro that, Or
You know I have tried to avoid 1 i i
pi yon and if It l-iid not been for til
rain todn I should have probably ro:
seen Kenneth. riut I wint you id
know thut 1 toM hln that j'i l ad ;
spoken .in :m'.ru:b wh'f you laid Ihw :
I wa 111 nnd had I'f kcJioo..'
"I Khali fell h!m, " "ii ar.A
"that you have Just relumed and he I
will believe me."
"You nviy tall Mm : t you pleaml
and he will probablj believe whs hf
pleases, but in your hej; o: kitoif
and he Wl kfJO.W thai Ann Win i i
does not l!r "
"I'm fr;-d tc k;:o . . yo-j
at leant one Vlriue." ahe retorto i.
1 Has tf.lldln' close hcoidf. .t r id
before I thoubt I railed my han.i i
dpd atr i h',p !n th" face.
Tomoirow V' ii Leavta S ho-it.
I ! BEDTIME STORIES
H BY HOWARD K. GAR1S
i UNCLE WIGGILY AND JOHNNIE'G
(By Howard R. G.Tr.rj.i
Hollo, L'nrh? Wlggtt) '. Low arc
yauV QaMi you kick pntty well?"
a::ed Johnni Bushytdll, tWlHUe boy
hqtijrTel, n' mnrninR. Ite inn up
on Hie porch of 'h'-1 rahliii KantleihaMi'a
hollow tuuip and parched bfmaeU t-.tfp
of the railln?.
"What do you ineefc klcli pn;tiy
wri;?" akt"i the biwny uncle. '7o
mi uifiia kic. oiit with IttJ h'lcd logs?
i i-jin do thai vi ry well, indeod, when
I . 1 am running ! g t away ironi a fox or
a voif - lileo thl::"
) i nolo ic;piiy leaned on bin red,
v:,i'. HP.d biu s'riped tbcumaUsm
' cmU ii and pnJIed hv; tall Bilk hal down
mur h: ears ao the wonldn'l wlggla
too much, or his hat oome off. Then
in iwinkl' .l bll pink noFc and kicked
out with one log
")h. thut line!" chattered .lohnn'
' You can play in rn loolbnii team all
risht. I'ticle Wlci-.y. Uut What I?
ihc matter?' afkd the squitnl boy.
at he noticed a queer look on the
face of the rabbit gentleman
"Oh. lt' Just a little rheuhintlsnj
pain." 1 nele WlRCily inswered. "I
kicked a Ml mo hard, and (here was
noihinp; to s'op my paw 1 Deed uorae
thing to kick aselnsi
"Ob. that will be all right when you
play on my team." paid the squirrel
boy. "You can kirk against the foot
"What's, all thl. about your leant and
a footbalP" .isked I nele Wlgf l
"When nre you Rolng to play"'
"This afternoon when school is out,''
answered Johnnie. ' 'Dully No Tail, ihe
frog boy, has one (cam. and I hare an
afca other Bully, and Bewley, bil brother,
think Lm cj.it.'.e ihvy urc such ajodd
j imp, rs Uiit' ihey i ;..n pliiy lootball
Lo -y.-.n my . Bui aow, if you
v ill piay v. oijr illov.'-.. we will
"KuqI 1 hopi oi will not be dJs
aypoiAted n my playing," seid (Jncle
Wlggily, v rt cf stow and cereXUl like.
"Wall, rm nloric tp Fcho't! noWi Jolni
ote, and I'll bf a the to toall panie
i Mb afu-rnoon."
IrTheo 1 linni. !.ad scampered on to
Hie tvpllov stump schaol, taught by
i tj ledj mouse, Uncle Wujglly began
kicking out wi:h hit; two hind legs,1
one ;ifter tbo oth'-r on hi- bungalow
"Weil, s ig,;;e: WhateVer are yoa
dolni,?" ksked Ni r.e Jane Pfizsy
WQasy, as she dame out.
"Ml;, I'm Just sort of axerclalna lo
get nd of iuy rheurnatlsm," iai'Khei)
tha bitnny. I mustn't tell nursi 1 mo
I'm goini. lo play FpotoaTI, or she
WDUldhl lei me," thtju.c;lii Mr. Loug
ear.s to himself.
His mUBkral lady hot!seli.eeper
looked anxiously after him, as he w ni
down he sieps with hi ; rheumatism
1 do hope he isn't goins lo do an j -thing
Foolish' said Nurse Jane.
I (tncie WJggily hopped along and
(along and prett) soon he hoard a buz
zing sound in the bushes It was .i
loud buzzing sound, loo
"Ienr tue! I hop' that isn't ihe ruz
Isy Kox who has fallen asleep and is
snoring.' thought I'nele Wigglly. I
h;id better b careful."
So ho looked aroiind. and soon saw
that the buzzing sound was caused by
a hornet bee. who had one leg caught
jtnFl in the crack of a tree.
"Oh. will some one please help mo
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All buttons are genuine unbreakable bone and the protecfed pin
tube attachment prevents the garter pin from bending or breaking.
The Hickory Waist may be had with or without garters.
When garter are needed the nationally known and
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and infants' departments
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f" AJa"aaa) or
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L-a..jJHd CHICAGO NEW YORK
jP paaaaaaaatiff y
AS A CHILD THIS BEAUTY WAS A PITIABLE CRiPPLE
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aBr vai tr ii
(Rllit) QToleii Deck nan as vhe '',. toiay. tl.eft) in me of licj- e thetie dancc coatiunee; ttnrt) Mrs.
E. P, Ileckmon, her stcpmotlsbr.
. G'. . styff Special.) i
MUSKOOEB, Okla. Tht of :i
l stepmother has worked n miracle In
the Pttlc town of Muskogee.
Kor th tmnaorinatlon f Helen
: Heckman. from a frightened, miser-;
lahla little cie.iturf. mentally tietj. i nt,
I physically deformed and totalis j'.u".
to a beautiful, taientco young wonfan,
lias hap pencil
I Ami an exceptional Bti pmbther is
I the "miracle lady."
At the age of tatelve Ilii n's mind
I lay as dormant aa th:it ot a m-
i born babe. She could attract atten
tion, nr rjnakc her wants known, only
thrpugh barsh aoii'nda and sdmple groa
lures. She had sninul meningitis
when a few months old and her con
dition was pitiable.
get loose :" buzzed the hornet.
"Yes, 1 shall be most happy to set!
you free," spoke Tnclo Wie;;;iy, and
he helped the hornet gel hia logs fret
'1 hen the hornet thanked the bunn;
.; ntlenian r.nd flew aa.
Uncle SViggily bopped on. and Boon
ho came to a lar.ne tiQld where he
heard ih shouts of many animal boys
fut sonTethlng seemed lo be the mat
ter. 'We can't play now " some one said.
"NO, we can't have any fun." sadly
spoke a second.
"Wash' I it too bad Johnnie had to;
go lose the ball just when we wanted ,
to start to play:" a third voice chimed
This i.unil.s like Iroubb-," . aid I'n
ele viKKil "I will see what's the mat
Then he caught sight of Johnnie
! Bushy tail and a lot ot the animal boys
from the hollow Btump school.
"What s the matter, boys," asked
; the bunn .
"Oh, we were going lo have a game
(With' Johnnie's iootball," answered
Jackie JJov. Wow, the puppy dog boy.
'but whin we came out of school
i Johnnie gave the football such a kick
that It failed over the trees and bushes
land now w v can't iind it."
"And we can't play the game that I
was going lu win"' croaked Dully the
"No. there can t be any game,'' sadly
Chattered Johnnie. "That is. unless
I I'nele Wiggily can find us a football,''
added the squirrel boy. hopeful like.
"I'd like to oblige you." I'nele Wi-
iglly said, "but, really, boys. I haven't
I the least idea where I could get you
! a football now .
"Uh, Uncle Wiggily, perhaps I can
i help you." suddenly buzzed a voice,
ind aloUg flew the hornet hci- whom
the bunny gentleman b.ad helped a lit-
!tl whilr- before.
"Where could you get Johnnie a
football?'.' iLsked the bunnv gentleman.
"Why he could tjke our old nesi."
, answ ered the buzzing Insect " 'e
hornets build a nest shaped exactly
like a lootball. It Is made oi i hewed
up wood pulp and mud, and is very
"Oh. if we kicked a hornet's nest
football we'd all be stung!" cried Bullv
Ko Tail, the frog.
"No. you would not." said tbf hor
net. "W'e hornets ar- KOtng south and
do not need our nest any more. We
! arc soiiik away for th- summer The
nest is rmpty and you may h&Ye it
Buy only "Diamond Deb"
Kach ineKatu of "Diamond Dyes" con
tains direction. o simple that any Woman
cn diamond dj a worn nhaboy akirts
waists, dressea. coats. jt1ov,s. stockings,
sweaters drnperles. everythlnff. whether
wool. Rilk. linen, cotton or mixed coorf
aaa . rich; fadeless colors. Have drnVKi,t
ow you ' LtiamoDii Lea Color Card.
Helen's own mother had died and
her father married again.
''in p the t isk of transformation be-:
gani it was a patient, loving step-!
mother who underiook it.
Today Helen's mental faculties are
fully develapt d and &he has attained
physical pidse and beauty, speech,
dramatic an and ti.esle.il talent.
Shr bus entertained larife a-:di ncrs
iitli esthetic d.inr-: and 'impersona
tions. And those folk who know her
marbel, when to!d of the handicaps,
she has overcome.
1WKWARDNJ SS OOARECTED.
"It has all happened through the!
senses of i sin and touch," ,l' BP'
mother, Mrs. ES I'. Heckman, ex- !
plains "T'..e firM attempt 1 made to
teach the ehlld wns to train her to
1 make u bed without assistance. Ne:;t
If you'll con's I'll show you where it
hangs In n tree."
The hornet led Uncle Wiggily and;
tl t'oys to the empty nest. Johnnie
climbed ih' tree, took the nest down.;
and (I v is as good a footHji 1 1 heart
uiiM wi9h 1'n-le Wiggllj plnyed.andj
kicked so hard thai Johnnie's side won
the t;nn' and everybody was h.-tppy.
So this tenches us that bread andj
i. mj ' ood ou do not eat too much.
And If the toy balloon doesn't fry lo
dance a jig on the pin cushion and
make a noise like a flrecraoker, I'll,
tell you next about I'nele Wiggily and
the coll cream.
i , , I
I Sister Mary i
When taking the ravelllngs out of!
the brush of a carpet sweeper, it saves
the bristles a whole lot of wear and
.train if the threads are cut in many
pi u i instead of being pulled all a
Tearing and pulling threads fiom
! the brush loosens the hristles and very
often takes them out with the ravel
ing! Cut between the rows of bristles and
pull the threads gently untangling as!
necessary and the brush will last twice
M EN i Fi lt TOMt IRR -w
BREAKFAST Grapes, soft-boiled
Ogga, cinnamon "toast, coffee.
LUalCHBON Baked egg plantbran .
mufflts crumb cake, tea
DINNER Clear soup with crou- I
tens, cheese fendue, creamed poti-'
toes, escalloped tomatoes, fruit des-1
M"rt. spohge cake, coffee.
vn )'. Ki t I PES.
The fruit dessert may be tmplv
At of odds and ends of fruit found
in the Ice box with a "dab" of
whipped cream on top or fruit may be
: added to a package or one oi the ,
I many prepared Jellies on the market. :
The first method makes an excellent!
BAKED EGG PLANT
2 cups boiled nd mashed fi',
2 tablespoons butter
1 small onion mince
i 1-2 CUPS oread crunvoe
H-4 cup milk
1 teaspoon salt
1-4 teaspoon pepper
L'se th -"if! part of stale bread tfit i
crumbs. Soak In milk for half an
hour. Melt butter, add onion and
Cook till a light straw colot. Add
(bread crumbs and milk'. AcTJ salt.,
pepper, 'KS plant and yolks of crrs
i beaten till thick and iemon-clored.
Kold In whites beaten stiff and dry. j
i Hake twenty or twenty-five minutes In i
(a hot oeti. Serve at once j'i the I
' dish in which it was baked.
CIt I'M B CAKE
1 cup liRht brown Bll It
1-3 cup butter
1-2 cup milk
1 1-2 cups flour
1-2 cup walnuts
1 t.LSpon baklmr powder
1-2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
Rub butter, sugar and flour toyeth
er with .tips of fingers till crumby.
Take out about half of this for top of
cake. Add remaining Ingredients,
saving half of walnuts for to:.. MKj
lightly. Turn into greftsed and tlpured I
(ins, sprlnklo w ith nuts and crumbs j
and bake fifteen or twenty minutes
In a hot oven.
MKn cuts onrUinc mak.- hi
Then- Is an average of 11.000 fires
I annually in New York V alone. J
I corrected her shuffling, stunildinK
walk and awl, want movements of her
"The child's thickened tonprue was
the most discouraging feature and I
almost despaired of er tachliiR her
to talk. Her tongue was massaged
mad times a day and wo had to band
age In r Jaws to ki-p them from sag-,
In teaching accent. Mrs. Heckman
would grasp Helenas arm and, by a
sllgJu or by a slronc pressure would
indicate the accented and the unac
centi d ay la bi-s.
Mus.i.i! t. in i were t.iught In a simi
lar way. Stair stps were used to
ti- li h the 'It'l the musical seale.
I r. I M. KiirulM, who .if. nil. 1
Helen, as a child, says:
"When I first saw her she was a
imall child. I had Utt1 hope for her "
"DOGS, lit ! SO
BABIES GET OCT."
PORTLAND, ore. Th first words
of congratulation on the arrival of '
a stork with a baby boy that Tom
Rilea, lately captain of the A. E, 1'"..
heard here, came from his landlady,
Mi-s. Ann." Holion. "Out!" sail she.,
"Out quick' 1 lot 'em keep dorrs in
my apartments but not babies." I
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j Dorothy Dix Talks I
j WOMANLINESS IN BUSINESS !
If I could sa uni- word more earn,
il'an another to the young woman Whol
is rurting out to irtake her' own bread
and butter. It would be to cut out the
M'X suff. and exercise her omanllne?sj
ICoel women reveree this proredure
That la arhj so man- of them fail. I
Many girls try' 10 vamp thelt Staph): -wid
to make googoo i-yc, and s-n
tm'nl twtke the place or industry and
i ncy. Many others ji'-innpt to
jhif. behind their skirts, nnd to make
'the fact that they are women protect
them from office disphii.-. mid fr
being ceauRired for turning out pool
Teara every time their work is crltl-J
(cUed; nerves and hjeterla always on
tap and ready to be turned on at ih"
'most inopportune moment; chronic
I tardiness; lack of grit that makes'
, th. 'in . coddle every slight ailment and
give Into It; family claims that come
above businesa necessities; touchy dig
Inlty thai i.s .ilwa demanding some
I man to sharpen their lead pencils
jail ihese are th defects of the woni-n
Who play up their sex in buslnev
And they form a blanket Indictment
against female labor, that causes many
Imrn to hesitate before employing WO
Imen, and thai ker-ps many a good wo
man from being advn-d to the spot
i to which she is entitled.
Th wom.-n who puts the loud pedal
on sex in buetneaaj makes a mistake.
-,. doe the woman who ignores it al
together, and who tries to make an
imitation man of herself BhS nevrr
is lar. because all Imitations are in
'firior to the genuine artiele and no
body wants one if they ran get the real
iung A lady longshoreman, for In
line, may get headlines in the p.t
per because it is remarkable fur .
man to be a "longshoresman" at all.
but when it came n llf.lug thing', and
really loading a ship she wouldn't tie
able to load her own with even the
most ordinary male 'longshoreman.
The women who write, and paint,
and who tr to be what is called virile,
marl always fail. They mis their
I feminine outlook, the Institutions that
mak- one woman get under Another
'woman's skin as no man can. And the
sunn thing may be yalil of the woman
' merehant. The thing we like about her
shop ;j Its difference from o man's, the
noatneaa the hrnnliu lhat she somi -
how manages to give it.
l'r.i' ticall always i woman sue-.
ceoda best when she chooses some line'
Of occupation in which she can capi
talise the inherited aptitudes of her
Bex and l do not doubt lhat in lb
onree of time, When women have had
more expericm e In business, nnd have,
sloped their executive ability to a
h ii r degree, ih.U th' keeping of ho-'
tela, which is only home making on ' I
big scale, and the running of apart-;
ment houses and the eops that pur-'
vey luxuries, such as clothes, and
wel-, jnd fine furniture, will be run
almost exclusively bv women.
But while sex has no place in busi-'
n esa womanliness has. and a girl can.
bring no mop: valuable aSSOt to her.
employer than just the qualities that
ahe would use in betn a good houae
There is cleanliness and orderliness,'
to begin with She can se that clean
er do Lhelr duty, and that an office
1 el-. M'i afd span and well iii.-.I
and mad.- i-um f ortable She rm giv
ii that subtle feminine touch that take?
tht urea Of ihe workshop off it, just
;i ; the woman who is a real home
maker can change a bleak hotel room
irto a place to live In by altering the
a rr.i ng ment of a chair, or punching
up a pillow
And she can bring to her work that
curious faculty lliat women have of
knowing where everything was put.
and being able to put her hands on
P In the dark, Mother's gift for locat
ing everything from fathers specta
cles and pipe to the baby's teething
ri:;g and ihe automobile pump, is what
ii '.v. - daughter invaluable in an of
fice. And woman's mania for detail, and
' b I of Utile things amount to a
special talent when she gives them full
play in bulnes. It's what makes bar
look uftvr the pennies, and stop leaks H
mall the) escape a masculine
Furthermore, business la a field In
which a woman's lad hna scope to do B
great md work, A woman rH
who iltlVates the diplomacy of her H
sex to its highest power Is pure of auc
cess, for she will be able to handl
grouch) and aurely emplor with it
And wll know- how to return tha B
soft answer that tumeth swav wrath.
and tha; makes ihe customer who haa
to klek, temnin to buy,
And now her does the womanly vir- HBV
tue of sympathy cut more Ice than in HBV
business. It U the woman who in In JHH
terea en he j0 and sorrows of all HBVj
n ; h irl o n abt cornea in contact, who HBhJ
Is pulled up (he ladder of success by
those above her. and boosted up it bv- j HBVj
from h!ow her. She make BVH
friends of her fellow-workers: she HBVJ
wins the i onfldence of her emplovers. Hf
in, i -h- gets ihe cooperation of thoMt -BBS
x ri under her bera'.rsc they all
f'el that she a their friend i
The wo. -an. who Is quiet, and sweet. HJ
and lady-like, and efficient, and kind- '
lv. ahe's the Ionian who gets there in
business, ghea the woman we want
and need in offices a.-, well ae ta
I started to go n yestidday to seg
enywares near redaj,
ems hi . , enmg up ; genet
w.nll will! his flosed and his BAVJ
hit on the hack of his hed, me think
lug Gosh, he's sick agenst our house.
Wlch Jest then he opened his eyes B
i ii me looking at him. say-in.-.
Its erool World, and if I was BWB
your age, young fello, 1 wouldent take H
the trubble to grow up. !H
Do you feel very sick? I aed, aDd
he scd. Sick? if I felt eny sicker Id
have 3 feet in the grave. Wlch Jest JBfl
then 1 thawt of the bottle of wlskey LVBl
In the medicine chest savin.; on i l-'or -fJH
Medicinal F'crposes Ony, and 1 sed. i
Would wlakey do you eny good, mis-
Would It? its the ony thing th..t
has the slightest chance of saving my
lift Bed the man, and I sed. Ill huiif
up nnd run in and get it.
Wlch I did. and the man was si ill
b enlng agenst the house looking jest
as sick, me saying, G, 1 haff lo go back
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j: k ' ' t " CIr American housewives
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n That over a thousand tons of maple
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V to make Karo Maple?
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' its flavor is not an imitation.
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I can afford to serve it at every meal.
Try it just once, on some nice hot
! waffles, or brown pancakes. Or as a
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