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Cropsey Auditorium Sessions
to Be at Direction of
Mrs. Isaac Born.
The first of the bi-monthly play:read
ing meeting.3 of the Little Theater So
ciety of Indiana will take place on Tues
day evening, Oct. 12, in the Cropsey
auditorium of the public library at 8:lo
This year these meetings will be In
charge of Mrs. Isaac Born, who will bo
assisted by Miss Emelie Kipp and Mrs.
William Alien Moore.
Tuesday evening will be a “get to
gether” meeting for the year.
Robert E. Tracy, president of the so
ciety will speak and there will be n
general discussion on the purposes of
the meetings and the Ideal that should
be maintained.
In the workings of the organisation
It is hoped to give this branch a closer
knit relation with the producing or
ganisation that has been maintained
heretofore, using the meetings for the
trying out of new people for the produc
tions and also for the testing of plays
an audience.
Reports of all meetings will be kept
and the quality of each reader care
fully recorded at the workshop office.
This branch of the work will really
constitute a Junior Little Theater.
At this first meeting there will also
be one play read, “A Short Way Wlih
Authors,” by Gilbert Canaan, the author
of ‘‘Everybody’s Husband."\ whictf was
performed ao successfully last year by
this organisation.
The reading of Mr. Cunnan's play will
be under the direction of Miss Emelie
Kipp, and it will be Interpreted by Mr.
and Mrs. Russell 'Stewart, Otto Wnlther
Lleber, Frits Schaeffer and Kurt Vonue
The next meeting will take place oa
Oct. 26, under the charge of Mr. Moore.
The program given will oe George
Calderon's "The Little Stone House” pnd
Lord Dunsany's most recent farce, “If
Shakespeare Lived Today. ’
The birthday anniversary of the be
loved Hoosier poet, James Whitcomb
Riley, Is being celebrated today by vari
ous organizations over the city, with spe
cial exercises and programs.
Among the clubs whose meetings come
today Is the Aftermath Club, which ob
served persident'svday with a luncheon
at the home of Mrs C. W. Field, 3140
Washington boulevard, followed by a
Riley program of songs and responses.
Mrs. J. H. Brill, the retiring president,
and Mrs. Field made brief talks and the
other retiring and incoming officers made
informal addresses.
Responses from Riley’s verges wore
given by the meffibers of the club and
Mrs. O. T. Behymer, vocalist, gave a
group of songs. Including "There, Little
Girl, Don’t Cry,” and “Out to Old Aunt
The luncheon table was decorated with
French baskets of lavender and white
asters, tied with lavender tulle, and
lavender tapers set in crystal holders
carrying out the club colors.
• *
Miss Lillian H. Klinge, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Klinge, ana
Yal F. Schneider will be married tonight
In Bt. John’s Evangelical Church.
The attendants will Include Ruth
Helnzerling, bridesmaid; Mary Thiei
man, maid of honor; Fred Sehn%Jder,
, best man; Elmer Klinge, usher; \\ li
ft 11am Fisher, rlngbearer; Alberta Mack,
■flower maid.
I* * *
■ Mrs. Lee TecSpleton of .Minneapolis is
Bthe guest of her mother, Mrs. Charles
Pc. Binkley, 402 North Delaware street.
• * •
k A pretty wedding of last night was
I that of Miss Helen Kesener, daughter
’ of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 11. Kesener,
1631 Park avenue, and Edwin C. Mat
thius, which took place in the Trinity
t Lutheran Church.
k The Rev. J. D. Matthlus. father of the
Bridegroom., read the service, and acted
■i best man.
of chrysanthemums In various
against background of palms and
Kdb, banked the altar.
Ei.=a NVfsler sang "I Lore You
and “At Dawning,” preceding
Vpanl Elbert, organist, used the Brttl.u
from “Lohengrin.” for the pro-
Hessional, Mendlesaohn’s Wedding March
Hor the recessional and “To a Wild Rose"
Hturlng the service.
■ Miss Myra Fischer, maid of honor.
a frock of orchid charmeuse with
In arm bouquet of Ophelia roses.
F® Miss Ada Matthlus, In peach-colored
with an arm bouquet of white
anthemums, and Miss Irene Kur-
In green satin, carrying yellow
were tbwbrldesmaidg.
Carl Kesener, .Tr., in a white
suit carried the ring in a lily
bride wore a gown of Ivory char-
appliqued In panne velvet with
H tulle veil arranged cap effect held in
with orange blossoms. Her bouquet
fife * a 6hower of lilies of the valley and
LflgSollowing the service, a wedding sup
was served at the home of the* bride's
Mft. and Mrs. Matthius have gone to
York, the bride traveling in a dark
Fgreen peaehbloom suit, with collar and
cuffs of marten, and hat to match.
After Nov. 1, they will be at homo at
1631 Park avenue. .* i
• • 1
Phi Delta Psl of the North American
Gymnastic Union entertained last night
t with a dinner at the Claypool Hotel, fol
lowed by a dancing party at the home
of the present, Miss Charlene Sargent.
2020 North Delaware street.
French baskets of Mrs. Aaron Wuii
roses, tied with tulle In shades of goM
and blue, the sorority colors, gold can
dles set in crystal holders tied with tulle
Coffee Troubles^|p^W||
-whether vexation over !j| isil|P2
high price or irritability i|© “ftsnmjl
from disturbed nerves- i!i -t ZES%&~ ]
vanish, when you s u-cSscp-jij
change to
Instant Postuml
Wk Now’s a good time to try j
I this delightful drink, of ever
■ increasing popularity.
Bade by Postum Cereal Covina, Battle Creel. Mick |
, L
The skirt of this jacket is slit at the
tides which is a feature much to its
credit from the motorisi'B poini of view
for one may turn the lining at the back
to protect the fur from undue wear. The
e<fat is of Hudson seal and bearer. It is
lined with taupe satin.
In the same hues, made attractive decora
tions for the dinner.
The dance was In the nature of an
Oriental party, the rooms being dimly
lighted by tapers, and hazy with the
smoke from burning incense.
• •
v Mlss Edna Levey, 3031 College avenue,
will entertain tonight with a “bridge"
and buffet supper In honor of Miss Mar
garet Hornbrook and Robert G. Winslow,
whose marriage will be solemnized
Oct. 10.
•• • ,
The Altrusa Club will hold its lunch
eon meeting Saturday in the tearoom
of L. 8. Ayres A Cos.
Mme. Olga I’etrova, who will be a guest
of honor, will give an informal talk.
Miss De Wayne I. Payne, secretary
of the Aetna Trust Company, will be In
troduced as anew member.
** * '
Miss Elizabeth Nicholson and Benjamin
F. Claypool. whoso marriage will take
place Saturday night in St. Paul s Epis
copal Church, were the guests of honor
at a buffet dinner given last night by
Miss Margaret Row, at her home. 2027
North Delaware street.
French baskets of garden flowers in
various hues were used throughout the
The guests included the members oft the
brtdal party.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. L. Koenig announce the
marriage of their Victoria
Brenneke, to J. Arthur ltentsch, which
was solemnized this morning by the Rev.
Joseph Chartrand, in 68. Peter and Paul
Cathedral. ,
Mr nnd Mrs. Rentsch have gone on a
motor trip to Drfrolt, nnd will be at home
at 2603 Central avenue, after Nov. 1.
GABY, 1. • Oct. 7.—Fire destroyed the
main .factory and office buildings of the
O. K. Giant Battery Compuny here
Wednesday, causing a loss of 8100,000'.
Every one Is pleased with the quick
results of simple wltchhazei, cam
phor, hydrastis, etc., as mixed In La
voptik eye wash. One man’s eyes
were so badly strained he could not
read without pain. Two applications
relieved him A lady with weak, In
flamed eyes was greatly helped by
ONE bottle. We guarantee a email
bottle of Laveptik to help ANY
CASE -weak, ejralned or inflamed
eyes. Henry J. Huder, Druggist.—
In Small Blisters All Over
Body. Cntienra Heals.
“ My baby had eczema all over his
body. It broke out in small blisters
y —~v, s and he would fret and cry.
Ci. %. \He would wake up in the
I n jgjjt and fuss and scratch,
w- }j and lost sleep, and his
\ / clothes seemed to hurt him.
“ I sent for a free sample
‘ 51 ' of Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment and then purchased more, and
when I had used oie cake of Cuti
cura Soap and one box of Cuticura
Ointment he was entirely healed.”
(Signed) Mrs. M. E. Lemmcrif.
Marengo, Indiana.
Rely on Cuticura Soap, Ointment
and Talcum to care for your skin.
6*mpl Carb Frwby M*U. AHdr:“CntlcnraLab
oratoiiM.Dcp’.H, Maiden 4S, M&aa." Sold every
whersr So*p2Bc. Ointment 25 nd 50c. Talcum 26c.
Soap shaves without mug,
Ingredients—One-half cup of butter,
one cup of sugar, two cups of flour,
three level teaspoonfuls of baking pow
der, the whites of three eggs, onp-half
cup of milk and one-half teofipcoutul of
flavoring extract.
Method—Cream butter and sugar to
gether, adding sugar to butter grnduaily,
creaming the two thoriugbly. Sift flour
with baking powder several times. Then
add alternately with milk to the butter
and sugar mixture. Add flavoring nnd
lastly fold in the whites of the eggs,
which have been beaten until stiff. Bake
in three layers in moderate oven. Frost
cake with chocolate Icing.
11152 West Twenty-Seventh street.
The Times will be glad to print YOUR
husband’s favorite recipe. Address
Recipe Editor Daily Times.
Mrs. Housewife,
Do You Know?
1. What makes the difference between
hard and soft water?
2. Is It Injurious to serve Ice cream
at a children’s party.
3. How to keep Ironing boards clean?
These questions will be answered to
morrow by the Housewife.
1. The burning of kerosene oil lamps
Is not Injurious If good ventllattoh from
open wtmlows is supplied.
2. Cocoa Is 50 per cent fat, and It is
this fat that makes it difficult for some
persons to digest It.
3. Most laundry tubs ure too low. The
top of the tub should be about three
feet from the floor for a woman of
average height.—Copyright, 1220.
Asked to Aid in Hunt
for Missing Veteran
Frank Green, bailiff of Superior Court,
room 2, today received .word from rela
tives at St. Louis asking Green to aid
In a search for John Little, 70. Civil War
veteran, Fairberry, Neb., who attended
the G. A. R. encampment In Indianapolis.
Little was scheduled to go to’ St. Louis
after the G. A. R. encampment.
••California Syrup of Figs'*
Child’s Best Laxative
Accept “California” Syrup yt Ftra **i t
—look for the same California on tha
p-ickage. thon yon aro sure yonr child
Is having the best and most harmless
physic for the little stomach, liver and
bowels. Children love Its fruity tast*
Full directions on each bottle. Yon snnal
•ay “California.”— Advertisement.
To Have Curty , Wavy
Hair Like'Nature'* Own
- -*■
Women who have trouble keeping
their hair in curl, or securing the de
sired wavy effect—and especially thus
who realize the iiarm tb.it the hot Iron
does to the hair will do well to try
plain liquid sliruerlne. In no other way
can they acquire such pretty waves anh
curls, having ail the appearance of “No
ture’s own.” And the hair, instead of
being singed, ragged or dead looking
has such a lively lustre and wholcosiai
If one will get a bottle of liquid *ll
merine at any drug store and follow th*
accompanying directions, she will b*
simply delighted with the result. This
product is of course perfectly harmless
and there is nothing sticky, greasy or
unpleasant about it. The hair will b
quite manageable, no matter in what
fashiou it lit done up.—Advertiseiuemnt.
On Sale Friday Only.
100 pairs fancy silk QA
fiber hose, up to sl.oo.Oe#C.
29 pairs pure silk gloves, dou
ble tipped; white
75 pretty lingerie waists, splen
did styles; m
were $1.50 /
19 Georgette and crepe doehlne
blouses, broken {fc-j aq
sizes of $4 line ... JpJHorfo
59 corsets, pink or vnite, new
models, up aq
to $3.00 ipJUifO
19 knit petticoats, striped bor
ders, /JQ
13 corset covers, embroidery
trimmed, soiled;
27 envelopes, white, embroid
ery trimmed;, fbfa
up to $1 50
7 sweaters, slipon, fiber and
wool, sleeve- AA
less; up to $3.50 ...
Sateen petticoats, fancy ahd
plain, deep ruffle; fall
models; up AQ
to $2.98 .. ( .
49 coverall aprons, gingham
and percales; % fi*-* -fl ft
up to $1.98 tpl*
65 fancy smocks, trimmed in
embroidery; in color com
up to $5 JpladO
Velvet fleece nightgowns, nice
ly made and &A 40
trimmed; special... 9 •m. tl
Mass. Ave. and Delaware St
Mrs. Shealor Presented by
Matinee Musicale.
Mrs. Estelle Krlppner Shealor, so
prano, was presented In recital yester
day afternoon by the Matinee Musicale
in Its first program of the season, given
in Sculpture court of the John Herron
Art Institute.
Following the program an Informal tea
was held In the south wing, where Mrs.
Henry Schumann, former president of
the organization, and Mrs. C. F. Vorhees
presided. \
The tea table 'was attractive with pink
roses and tapers set in silver holders.
Mrs. Charles Pfafflln, the president for
this year, spoke a few words of greet
ing to the club, mentioning briefly some
of the plans for the season.
Mrs. Shealor’s program included four
groups of songs of varied character.
Her opening numbers were “Care
Selve,” and “Oh, Had I Jubal’s Lyre”
A group of French numbers were par
Pure Maple Syrup 50c
At the pound. Break
fast Bacon. Fancy sugar cured
and very lean. Arnold Bros..
“Diamond A" brand. Machine
At 25* the pound. Rum
ford Baking Powder.
At 18* the pound. Cocoa,
pure and rich, in bulk; 2-pound
bags, 35*.
At 39<*. G. Washington In
stant Coffee, (mail size; me
dium size, 78*; large size,
At 17*. Campfire Marsh
mallow*. for toast ng and top
ping desserts; large box.
At 12U, Van Camp’s and
Borden's Milk, tall eaus; case
of 48 cans, #5.75. y
At 1 s<l the box. Rolled Oats,
National brand; "makes kids
* <
u Mother Makes
Wonderful Cakes!”
Kids know. Children think their own mothers
fwt make the beat cake —and the boys are ever
/) ready to back their opinion with their fiats.
/ The use of EVANS’ E Z-BAKE FLOUR In mak
ing cakes, cookies, bread or pastry removes
any fear of failure.
Thousands of women who-tise EVANS’ EZ
BAKE FIX)UR know that much of the work
that makes their baking a success has been
done in the big, clean Acme-Evans Mills.
EVANS’ EZ-BAKK FLOUR is scientifically
milled by a secret formula from soft Indiana
winter wheat blended with some of the hard
varieties of wheats from distant sections.
If you want a flour that Is always good, always
reliable, that gives the same good results
every time—
buys frutn us
dally suited to Ask Your Grocer for
his work
the flour espe- *—* ▼ ”wj
'•tally 11 tin i>f **'l | m k w
B For Women’s and Children’s Black Shoes “B;
BP Jet-Oil preserves the leather and gives a new-shoe polish
'|H without rubbing brushing gives a brilliant shine.
gp Easily applied with the dauber attached to each stopper aj|s
Clean —Ecpnomical. Easiest to Use. S
B S. M. BIXBY BC CO. Inc., New York. B
Sold by Grocer*, Shoe Stores, PBH3K£KSH|\ Also Mft*. Biiby**
WMaL Druggist*. Notion Stores, - _ \ ShuWite.AAßrown >
and Repair Shop*. ’!S " ,r 1 * 1 - k ' ‘ '
tieiilarly pleasing, seeming peculiarly
fitted to her voice.
It included “Si J’etals Dicu” (Fonten
ailles), “L’Heure Ezquise” (Reynaldo
Hahn) and “Elegle du Soir” (Fourdratn).
“Lullaby" (Gretehanicov) and “A Syl
van Roundelay” (Ritnsky-Korsakov) were
among her Russian numbers.
The remainder of her program included
“Idyll” (McDowell), “Mammy’s Song”
(Harriet Ware), “In a Fairy Boat”
(Cyril Scott), “Fairy Pipers” (Brewer),
“Thank God for a Garden” (Liza Leh
man) and two negro dialect songs.
Mrs. S. K. Ruick was the accompanist
and Mrs. Edwin Shedd was in charge of
the program;
257,000 Register at
Louisville, Is Report
LOUISVILLE. Oct. 7.—More than 257,-
000 voters registered for the coming na
tional election In Kentucky yesterday,
according to unofficial reports today.
Practically complete unofficial reports
of registration In Louisville and fifty
eight other cities give the Democrats
120,058 and Republicans 120,052.
At the pound, Ayres’
Special Creamery Butter, “ex
tra quality,” “Swastika.” a
good creamery butter at 60*.
At 20c. 2-pound bag old
fashioned Buckwheat Flour;
pure and not self-rising; 5-
pound bag, 4O C
At 82* the pound, Coffee
“Saturday" brand, high grade
Santos blend; special Friday
and Saturday.
At 50<\ pure Maple Syrup,
(18-ouncv caus). Native Purity
brand; 10-pound esns, 83.45;
5 pound cans, 81.85; 2’a
pound cans. 95C-
At De, Sunshine cakes and
crackers; larger boxes, 17*
and 19c*.
—Ayress—The Grocery,
Downstairs Store.
Open np fy* 4 Close
8% JL/!i>>4YßgS & Co*
■ —■ - ■ - 1 1 " U ~"
We Invite Your Attention to
Notions at Inviting Values
All the minutiae of fall sewing, and the hundred and one other things neces
sary in upkeeping one’s self, one’s home and one’s wardrobe, are embraced in
this sale of notions at attractive pricings.
It might be well to bring the list right with you, so that in buying you will
not overlook some essential need.
Sewing Helps
De Long dress fasteners, 2 cardß for 15*.
White cotton thread, six-cord, 6* the spool;
60* the dozen spools.
Scissors, small size, 25* the pair.
Odd lot of pearl buttons, 4* the card.
Fancy and ivory buttons, assorted, 3* the card.
Darning balls with needles, 25*.
Sharp sewing needles, 6-10, 7,8, 9, 10; a paper,
10*; 3 papers for 25*.
Daisy snap fasteners dozen on card, three sizes,
64) the card.
Black and white darning cotton, 25* the dozen
Braids, Tapes, Etc.
White rick-rack; all sizes, 10* the bolt. '*■
Linen tape, all sizes, 8e the roll.
Warren's Spring Maid, lingerie tape; white, pink,
blue, 12V the bolt.
Sttckerei edge, white with colors, 25* the bolt.
Warren s Spring Maid tape, 124 the bolt.
Super-twilled tape, 6-yard bolt, s*.
Featherstitch braid, white and colors, 10* the
White bias tape. 6-yard bolts, 12H* the bolt
Colored rick-rack, mercerized, 10* the bolt
Lingerie tape, 3 pieces In a box. 29* the box. .
Pins, Hairpins
Kirby Baird book pins, black, white, assorted,
10* the book.
The Lure of
Jersey Petticoats and
Is More Insistent if Specials at $4.95
It’s a regal ambition to be perfectly dressed through
out. That means under the meticulously fitted suit are
gorgeously toned silk jersey bloomers or a silk flounced
petticoat designed and colored in taste.
.Special prices at Ayres mean that ambitions can be
more easily filled. These blooiflers and petticoats are a
new shipment, comprising silk jersey petticoats or some
with jersey tops and silk or satin flounces, toned in the
most longed for shades. The silk jersey bloomers are
ankle length in such dark 6uit shades as brown, black,
creen, taupe and navy blue. All grouped at $4.95.
B —Ayres—Third floor.
.The Toy Shop
Do You Play
You may get this old
favorite in the toy depart
ment on Friday aud Satur
day at a special price—
Just 95* —with a nickel
left to take you home.
Parchesi is great and ex
citing fun; get a game for
winter evenings.
At 89* are 14-inch dolls
with composition head and
stuffed body, dressed very
prettily. The price is a
special one for this week
only—and remember, only
two days remain. It really
isn’t too far off to think of
making Christmas selec
tions, either.
At a variety of reduced
pricing* are a number of
dolls, slightly damaged or
soiled. They are very low
priced, and the dolls them
selves oau ba repaired at
small cost.
—Ayres—Toy shop, fifth floor.
Raincapes Marked Low
Tor the Rainy Day Schoolgirl
She likes the rain, does the schoolgirl, she likes to feel splashes
trickle down her nose. At the same time, Mother wants to be
assured that little daughter is waterproof clad. These special
values in raincapes would have you consider the matter, for
these are
Marked at $3.50 and $4.95
Tan, navy blue and red are the colors she would love best
The cape is hooded and half lined with coinura silk. You’ll
agree when you see them that they are a very practical and at
tractive necessity. % —Ayres—Fifth floor.
The Motor Accessory
Dept. Offers Helps
to Fall Motorists
§ There is a limited supply of AC plugs,
one of which Is pictured. Included In the
motor accessory sale for Saturday—and
especially.priced at only 60* each. All jACj
plugs are new and will be tested when |CICO\
For the owner of a Ford we offer Globe
hand made wrapped tread tires, size 30x3,
plain tread, at the very low prica of Srfcj+'&t
Thla tire is a popular favorite wth a
certain class of <ar owners, .vho wisely
want tires for good, hard service, but who com
pute the tire cost per mile, not from the purchase
--- price alone, but also from the final mileage.
Other sizes of Globe tires at equal reductions in price, both fabrlo
cord types. — Ayres—Motor accessories, sixth floor.
Handsome Silvertone .
Suits are Quoted
at $56.50
That is a very small price to the woman of stouter
build who is particular about the graciouy lines and
the good material of her apparel. A suit of silvertone
is practical for the everyday hard street wear, that is
so especially the domain of the tailored suit.
These suits are particular in the plain tailored lines.
A shoestring belt and the strict placing of the buttons
conforms well with the severity of the mode worn so be
comingly by the patrons of the Gray Shop.
Navy blue and gray comprise the color range. Sizes
are Jfrom 42% to 52y s . -Ayres-Third floor.
The Girls y Shop'
Hairpins, assorted sizes, 6* the box.
Crest pins, 300 count, 8# the paper.
Cube pins, black, white and colors, 15 4 the
Black and white headed pins, 2 si*es, dozen on
card, 3 cards for 10*.
Defiance safety pins, 12 on a card, 3 sizes, S*
the card.
Black invisible hairpins, assorted, 10*1 the box.
For Better Grooming
Combination garment hangers, 14*.
Dress shields, sizes 2. 3,4; flesh; 29* the pair.
Cushion-grip skirt hangers, 4* each.
Bew-on hose supporters, 25* the pair.
Pocket shoe shiners, 12%* each.
Gold Medal sanitary napkins, 12 in box, 65*
the box.
Mystic Mit tor cleaning pans, 7*.
Marcel waving irons, 27*.
Shoe trees, 9* the pair; 3 pairs tor 25*.
Paper laundry bags, 5* each.
Kid curlers, large size, lO* the package, 3 for
Ironing wax with handle, lO* the dozen.
Hair nets, dark and medium brown, cap shape,
75* the dozen.
—Ayres —Notion section, street floor.
What's New in the
Bigger, Better Chil
dren's Store
And not only new, but spe
cially priced are the jolly
tam o’shanters knitted of
warm woolen yarns in gay
colors. The only reason they
are specially priced is be
cause the manufacturer has
discontinued making this
particular model.
Every little girl will want one
In the color that most becomes
her ruddy cheeks or dancing
eves. The shades obtainable axe
tan. coral, pink, white, French
blue, liberty red and rookie. It's
an unusually low price we insist
upon repeating —only $1.50.
—Ayres—Children's store, fifth floor.
The Gray Shop
There is this much about
personal attractiveness —it
takes ambition and care, and
reliable toilet preparations.
Our cc tplete department
can furnish vou the last
requisite at the best possible
Creme Le-mon, the French
cream supreme, made o£
hand-pressed lemons, sooth
ing and harmless to the most
delicate skin, is a fine bleach
ing cream. Priced only s(ty
the jar.
Kolynos tooth paste, 19*.
Resinol toilet soap, 23*.
Auditorium bath soap, the
dozen bars, 95*.
L. S. Ayres’ hard water soap,
the dozen bars, 90*.
Vail's hair remover, the bottle,
Lntour deptliatory, 50*.
Fiver's Vivlts perfume, the
ounce, SI.OO.
Xnola liquid powder, 39*.
Rich’s assorted talcum, 2 for
Large cans bathroom talcum,
Hand scrubs, B*.
—Ayres—Street floor,

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