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CONfERENCE Of 1
I WEBER STAKE
The quarterly conference of tho
Weber Stake was held In the Taber
nacle yesterday large crowds at
C tending both suctions Apostlo Hud
Ger Clawson and Elder Seymour B
Young wore present and wore among I
the many able speakers during an I
excellent program containing selec
tions by the choir and soloists in
fitting manner as fololws
Bass solo and chorus = Prepare Yo
the Way Walter Slovens and choir
Contralto 60IoKlng of Eternity
Tills Hancock PouRer
Soprano solo and chorus = Calva I
ry Maud Belnap and choir
Tho Annunciation from the con
tata Star of Bethloham Beaslo
Blair Maud Bolnap and choir
Chorus When tho Sun in Splendor
Rising adapted from the Sextette
from Lucia by Donlxettl
Choir = Hark Hark My Soul by
Housley choir
The fine work of Organist F W I
Whltaker olon was a feature of tho occa
Morning Session
President Shurtllff epiesscd his
pleasure nt meeting in conference and
congratulated them on the progress
they were making Clerk of the stake
John Shurtllff followed his remarks
with a statistical report of the last
quarter A strong plea was made by I
Elder Alva Scoville for the building
up of the organizations his thought
j 1 mado clear by apt and Interesting il I
lustrations Elder Joseph Ballantyuo
director of the choir was requested
I to address the congregation concern
s j ing the work of the choir Ho refer
red to his discouragement during tho
I Division of the old Weber Stake tho
I splendid work done by the choir since
I that time and the many things now be
c Ing prepared which arc greatly en
j Joyed
j The good work ol the NInth ward
II vns spoken of briefly but ably by
i Bishop Wllford O Ridges
4 Apostle Clawson announced his
f pleasure at being present the lino
1 reports made and spoke interesting
I t ly of the persecutions of tho prophets
c ° of God both past and present men
1 J tlonlng many events during the ler
r t ritorial day lie closed his remarks
fl 7 on organizations as a factor In sue
j j tc cess and paid high tribute to the lo
Aji cal choir for their good work
lr Tho general and local authorities
ni were unanimously sustained after
H v which President C F Mlddlcton gave
4 a brief but instructive talk on the
v = subject of ward teaching impressing
art < on all the vital Importance of thin
Il i branch of tho church work
iW1 President John Watson spoke of his
I great interest In tho latter day work
I i < and of the pleasure of meeting his
I people again in conference
Elder Seymour B Young prefaced
his address with a testimony of love
nnd esteem for his brother Apostle
Clnwsoa who leaves shortly for Eng
land to take the placo of Apostlo
C W PcnroBo as head of the Euro
pean missions The Lord prepares
His servants was his theme an In
I teresting story of the presence of dl
I vine power in tho bringing forth
of John tho Baptist Jesus Christ the
I Savior of the world and other pro
phets of old bringing Ilia address
to tho present dispensation he gao a
historical narrative of the early life
1 of the boy prophet Josoph Smith
speaking of the great revival meeting
at which the youth heard the admoni
tion of the Apostle James If any ono
lacketh wisdom lot him ask of GoJ
Who givelh freely and upbraidcth
not quoted by a Methodist minis
ter
I Continuing he told how the boy
I listened to this admonition and fol
lowed It of tho answer which ho re
I ceived resulting In the restoration
of the gospel by Angel Gabriel and
till divine guidance given him and his
I associates until the Church of Jesus
I Christ of Latter Day Saints was tin
I ally established His remarks were
listened to with great Interests
I Apostle Clawson discussed the
subjects Will You Pay the Price
and Honesty both being ably
handled the main points brought
clearly by pointed stories
The benediction was pronounced
by Patriarch George W Larkln after
Thlch the conference adjourned
ALONZO WEST
ROYAL COUPLE JAILED
Tours France April 1iThe ar
rest of Count and Countess de Qatlg
iiy at the instance of Mrs Charles
U Hamilton Payne formerly of Doe
ton but now of Paris on the charge
of misrepresentation in connection
vlth the sale of paintings Villppcd
to ho the workof groafe mast 3i but
in fact only copies has caused It great
sensation v
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Citizens of Ogden
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Boost for your city by using OG
DEN MADE FLOUR it coats you no
moro and every sack you use J9 a
boost for your town
In that way you make > a Chicago
of Ogdon Ogden Milling Ele
vator Co
SPRING MOVING
fEVER RAGING
Its cheaper to pay rent than it
in to move unless youve got rubber
furniture said Kin Hubbard the
Indiana humorist just after be made
his annual spring move from an
apartment house to a cottage
This bit of philosophy is not appre
ciated by the lonlpaylng public of
Ogden according to local rental
agents for the spring moving foyer
has been raging for a week or more
and getting worse every fine day The
tobult has been that there are more
apartments vacant in Ogden than
there hal been for more than a
year and there is a greater scarcity
of small cottages than in recent
months
The movement from the apartment
r houses to cottages this spring has
bciii no greater than usual at this sea
son of the year according to the
agents This movement Is estimated
at about 20 per cent of the flat dwel
ling population under normal condi
tions for It is expected that at least
one family in five will express a
longing to get back to nntnre as far
m possible and exchange its apart
ment for a cottage where a little plat
of grass will furnish a hotter play
ground for the children and Inci
dentally a little exorcise for the
householder with a lawn mower
Matter of Economy
With some too this spring move Is
a matter of economy for the aver
age cottage rents for about 30 a
month while the average apartment
is probably 45 or 50 a month This
tendency is strengthened by the cus
tom which prevails generally hi Og
don of charging the came rental for
apartments during the summer months
that is charged In winter when the
landlord furnishes coal but the ten
ant must buy his Ice in summer
Rentals for cottages houses and
apartments are also going to bo a lit
tle lower this year tho agents say
and this IK taken as an indication of
bettor conditions generally although
some of the owners of rental proper
ty will not make quite BO large a
return on their Investments > There Is
no danger however of any decline
In rentals to a point whore the In
vestor cannot bo sure of a handsome
return for his Investment and the
slightly lower tendency in lents will
have no III effect on propose build
ing operations
aUHNHIT ON
m WITH CAN
Toklo Nonl a diminutive Japanese
was arrested by Patrolman A B
Vance yesterday afternoon on com
plaint of ono of the denizens of Elec
tric alley who complained that she
had come out a poor second In a can
throwing encounter with the wily for
eigner
Queen Bess as she styles herself
accosted the Jap while the latter was
taking a constitutional through the
restricted precinct and he claims that
upon turning a deaf car to her salu
titions she became somewhat peevish
nnd followed it up with bouncing
a tin can on his cranium
Determined not to be outdone In
politeness nor even outclassed when
it came to fine points In marksman
hIP Nonl recovered tho can and hurl I
ed it at his assailant where It landed I
neatly and Incidentally cut a con I
siderable gash in her scalp Officer
Vance arrived at this opportune mo
ment and after separating the com
batants sent the girl to a physician I
and took the little Jap to jail Friends
soon < put in an appearance and balled
him out by depositing 10 with the
desk sergeant
22 fREE GifTS
Tho Evening Standard is Giving Away 22 Cash Prizes From 200 to
2500 Each to the Persons Who Guess Nearest the Actual
Population of Ogden City and Weber County as the Result
of the US Census Which Will Be Taken During This
Month Beginning Friday April 15th 1910
i Guess For Yourself and Win
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Just guess the population ot Otn and Weber County and rccIvo a
J cash prize To the Thirteen subscribers guoaslng the nearest to tho ac
tual population of Weber County wo will give those prizes
> 13 CASH PRIZES FOR WEBER COUNTY GUESSES
r j Ifit nearest correct guess 2501
2nd nearest correct guess 51500
3rd nearest correct guess 310 00
1 fact 4th nearest correct gauss f 500
s
5th nearest correct guess C 00
Ishu
6th nearest correct guess 6 UO
dash 7th nearest
correct guess II r 5500
dow 5th nearest y
correct guess X J6UJ
fiuq Oth nearest correct guess 5HJ
mnl 10th nearest correct guess
so u i 5UU
5
11th
urn nearest correct guess + BOO
12th nearest correct
uttcL guess re 5jn
L 13th nearest correct guess 5ou
Total for Wcher county guesses
10000
I t Iff > 9 CASH PRIZES FOR OGDEN CITY GUESStU
11 b 1st nearest correct guess 2000
Uruul 2nrl nearest correct guess c i 1500
1 am Sod nearest correct guess Siooi
4th nearest correct guess VVV
Dt Gth 500
nearest correct
guess
S20U
t14 Cth nearest correct guess
uuod ou
7th
nearest
correct guess sjou
0 OC
rte < Sth nearest correct
Hoc1 guess
thc 9th 0 21J1J
t c nearost correct guess 1J Ijoo
2Ull
gait Total cask prizes for Ogden City guesses r 777 u ffooo
lace v Remember there aro two sopainte contests and you scan giioBS on
tue both the population of Ogden City and Weber County and win ono prize
lire In each contest but not more In case of a tie for any prize tho
fact will bo divided equally between those tying money
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WOUlD IMPROVE
MINDS OF YOUNG
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A pulpit editorial was delivered
yesterday at the Congregational
church by Dr A S Condon Who chosO
for his subject thAt of beautifying mu
nicipalities with spacious parks and
filling thorn with artistically arranged
forest and garden growths maintain
ing that an elimination of geometrical
designs follows nature moro closely
and produces results more pleasing
and restful to the oyo and senses of
the observer
Prefacing his remarks with a poetic
outline of the creation and all things
beautiful ho said In part
A village or city park should bo a
miniature world of grass and trees
and running brooks and lakes the
nursery of aquatic plants Here tho
birds should be encouraged to build
their ncets unafraid in tIle swaying
branches and all tho adjuncts and ac
cessories should bo disposed and as
sembled as the deft fingers of nature
arranges the beautiful economy of a
landscape unmarred by the hand of
man Angles should be left out of the cal
culation unless conditions make them
Imperative and no single specific
genus of forest tree or shrubbery
should be planted to two exclusion of
any others for It Is an accepted fact
that variety Is the spice of life
However small tho homo lawn or the
city pall nothing in them should
have the appearance of being cramped
or of following format and precise
rules of pedantry for whoever saw
wild scenery resembling that
Indigenous trees and shrubs should
be selected when practicable In pref
erence to exotics for these latter are
expensive until It IB determined wheth
er the altitude and the soil and other
conditions ivlll permit them to thrive
This once called arid region Is not
celebrated for its forests but we have
enough and they are as ornate and
symmetrical as can be found any
where And besides this is their
home tholr natural habitat and hero
they will grow and thrive with proper
caro It Is natural to strive for things
uncommon something brought from a
distance something that everybody
docs not have and while our own
trees may not appeal to some of us
yet we have heard the stranger pralso
our noble box older and they carry
buCK with them our nine and birch be
cause these widely differ from their
own species whoso home Is beyond
tho mountains and they are an Inter
esting novelty to tho people there
A cluster of noble trees in the heart
of n park or landscape gives to tho
whole prospect an air of dignity and
to the people who lire about them a
type of comfort and hospitality Of
course there Is another extreme to
be avoided and that Is the error of
overcrowding But bettor tho fallacy
of too many than tbat of none at all
But some arc born with the bump of
deetnictlveness largely developed
Their inclination sterns to he to tear
down and not to build up Such an
ono wants to create a change and
lacking the artistic temperament he
proceeds forthwith hew down the
trees indiscriminately though it has
taken quarter of a century to grow
them And so along the sidewalk
where a plttllcss nun pours down Its
wrath In summer and boreal bins s
sweep across U la winter if made a
barren waste and by the stables and
barns where stately Drulda of the
forest have stood In sentinel since his
boyhood days are found the blared
trails of his desolating axe And ii
Is Btlll more difficult to understand
that because one had the power he
would nurse In his bosom tho spirit ot
a wanton and Invade a public park
without asking the consent of the peo
ple who own It and support It and
seek with vandal hands to reduce It to
a howling wilderness destroy the
generous and willing shade mutilate
the beauty and harmon of the place
render homeless the song birds whose
morning orisons fill the heart of man
with gladness and whoso evening ves
pers shed tho sunshine of joy through
tho dark drapery of the night would
if he could deforest the Garden of
Eden and girdle tho Tree of Life
Tho parks of a city are Its lungs
by those and through them tho city
draws its life for the people should
go there to breathe Into Its welcome
and abundant shade the tired mother
should bring her sick or fretful little
one and the others that cluster at her
knee Here tho aged bowed with the
weight of cares and years should find
peace and comfort In tho grateful
shadows and remember only tho time
when their hearts were young and
light as tho heart of their feathered
little friends that sing In the swaying
boughs above them Hero too tho
Captain of Finance searching for ac
ceptable climate and a place to invest
his wealth finds a gracious place of
rest If not frightened away by the
swinging admonition before him to
Keep Off tho Grass Away from
theso cool retreats tho summers noon
is plttllcss the air Is a mesh of dan
cing hentwavefl aud life Is a burden
Unlike tho human family grass Is
improved by being trod on unless
paths or trail are made by much trav
eling In one direction The winter
frosts have heaved the carpet of wo
ven roots away from their source of
nourishment and walking over a lawn
will restore it to Its old position on
tho soil below
Lester Park could well afford an
acre of land to be trnnaformed Into
a small lake to bo the home of several
suitable species of fish and the pond
lily and a multitude of other aquatic
plants The waters of the Bench ca
nal that now without purpose flows
near could be utilized and tho small
boy be taught to rasped the fish and
flowers and learn of their Interesting
hablt The construction of the lake
would cost but little and Its future
maintenance would bo insignificant
Children should early he taught to
treat with consideration the song birds
wherever found and everything In
tended for use or ornament In public
places How often have wo been de
light eel to ace ho little chlldreu In
Central Park Now York fending the i
birds and the squirrels there Tho
pretty wayfarers of field and wood
seem to have no fear of their visitors
and the children havo no disposition
to harm them Children thup raised
will grow up to be bettor men and
women
EATS9 MEAl
REFUSES TO PAY
George E Ellis Is a man of no small
nerve and Ute same could bo oaid
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of Ills aitftlte according to tho
vfollpr In Ppttcrc cafff who served
him last evening with a9 meal Ellis
tada1 Inaleecompani0n with him and
the two indulged it is aald In a quart
tlty of dainties
When the tlmo cam for mooting
the tax collector slttingat the Fate El
lie wasi silrprlecd and apparently
palnod to roll that he was totally
without available funds With which lo
IJquldnuJj lie management of the
cafe hfer Iffitenlug tb his excuses for
a tine calledCajitain Brown and El
lis was arrested on thn charge of ob
taining property under false pretence
CHilD SUCCUMHS
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Florence Cleats the beautiful little
twojenrold daughter of Mr and Mrs
S J Clontz died at 2 oclock yester
day morning at the family residence
in Clinton A six weeks lllncos with
pneumonia was tho cause of death
Funeral services will be held tomor
row At 2 p m from the family resi
dence interment to be made in tho
Clinton cemetery
SWITCH ENGINE IS
THROWN FROM RAILS
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Rio Grande switch engine No 913
came to grief yesterday afternoon a
short distance north of tho viaduct
a steam hOBo catching in a spring
frog and opening a switch allowing
tho engine to pass through and leao
the rails The omglne was moving
slowly at the time and little damage
was done Owing to the complex en
tanglement of the drhe wheels and
the rails however several hours wore
required by a gang of wreckers and
the combined efforts of two additional
engines before the switch engine was
again on the rails No blame Was at
tached to anyono for tho accident
LINEMAN HURT
IN STRANGE WAY
Emil Schlnol a Western Union line
man residing at Pocatello was In
jured at Nardi Siding between Wel s
and Deoth yesterday afternoon and
was brought to Ogden on Southern
Pacific train No4 His Injuries con
slat of broken log the flesh of which
Is also badly lacoratod and he is now
in the Ogden general hospital
Schlnol was sitting in the open door
way of a box car on the Nardi aid
ing when a freight train pulled
through Projecting from a loaded
flat car was a pleco of steel which
became loosened from Its moorings
and extended Just far enough to strlko
Schlnels legs as the train swept by
him
HAtLEYS OMET 1
IS NOW VISIHU
During the next tow weeks the
earth will experience a visit from Hal
joys comet the greatest and most
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wonderful celestial stranger that ovor
calls upon the planets of tho solar
system This wonderful visitor was I
first sighted in Utah early in Febru
ary by Alfred Rordame of Salt Lake
who is now preparing to make a se
ries of pictures of it when it be
comes bright enough
Mr Rordame who IB one of tile
d lpcBt students of astronomy In the
nest and who discovered Rordames
comet a number of years ago said
From now on until the middle of I
May Halleys comet will be visible In
the morning rising just before tho
sun and rapidly increasing in brll
llancy being in perihelion or nearest
the sun on April 20 when comets
as n rule show their greatest fluctu
ations
The period of the goratest popular
interest in its morning apparition will
bo tho near approach of tho comet
to the planet Venus on May 2 the
two being at that time only seven
degrees apart and any one possess
ing telescopic facilities will be able
to note the relative size of the two
objects After that time the comet
will again approach the sun and will I
pass directly between It and tho
earth on May 18 at which time the I
earth will pass through the comets
tail The comet will then be about I
16000 000 miles from the earth or I
oneseventh of tho distance between
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the earth and tho sun All astrono
mers hope that tho earth will be com
pletely Immersed in the comets tall
as the moterologlcal and other atmoc
phorlc conditions would bo extreme
ly interesting
If solid particles occur In thy I
comets tall a display of meteors
might occur From spectroscopic ob I
servations it Is known that cyanogon I
IK one of constituents of the com
ets tall but it exists In such nn at
tenuated form that the vacuum In an
Incandescent electric light bulb Is
dense in comparison which precludes I
its mixing wlih the earths atmos
phere hi any neasuro
After May 18 the comet will not be I
visible again the moonlight Interfer
ing somewhat Tvlth observations The
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TWO OF THE BEST SEATS IN THE OGDEN ORPHEUM THEATER FOR THIS WEEK
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WHY NOT PICK UP THIS DOLLARS WORTH OF TICKETS AND TAKE YOUR
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moon will be full on May 21 On
May 23 a total eclipse of the moon
will bo visible totally beginning at
1009 p m and ending at 1069 p m
MONEY DEMAND
FEATURE Of WEEK I
The feature of the week in business
circles appears to be tho demand for I
money from all sorts of people for the
purpose of carrying out Improvements
of all kinds III the city and in the
country districts of Utah and Idaho
It Is stated that this demand comes
not especially from the larger enter
prises but from tho farmers and
smaller business men who wish a
few thousand dollars for spreading
out in their business or for opening
small orchards and farming tracts Al
though there Is a tendency for rates
to rise there has been no real in
crease and loan rates are character
ized as strong and stable
In hardware lines most of tho
goods sold aro of tho spring variety
Supplies for camps and light mining
operations have been active as tho
winter season breaks up in the can
yens The strike appears to have ef
fected tho leather and harness trndo
somewhat but as the affair had boon
anticipated nnd preparations wore
fJ A REAL TONIC
rD 8 BLOOD PURIFIER
Any system that needs a tonic needs also a blood purlflor for It Is that
weakened and lapuro condition of tho circulation that Is responsible for tho run
down state of icoltn Wo have only to recognize tho importance of puro rich
blood in preserving health to realize tho danger of n weakened or impure circula
tion Deficient blood nutriment weakens tho system and it can not resist disease
like a strong robust constitution First tho body baa a wornout feeling tho ap
potltfl IB fickle euorgy begins to flog tho digestion is bad etc If the condition
Is not corrected at this stago moro serious results aro euro to follow and some
times a long detlUUtlnc spell sickness is tho result S S S is Natures toni
made ofroots foiba and barks It la not a norvo stimulant but a medicine that
Btondlly builds up every portion of the system by cleansing end enriching tho
blood and In this way supplying au increased amount of nourishment and
roBiutivo povrort to every portion of tho body S S S quiets tho ovcratralnodL
nerves Improve tho appotlto tones up tho stomach and digestion and thoroughly
enriches and purlflos tlioblood S B8 ill a real tonic because It is a roal blood
purifier S s 6 contains no harmful mineral and persona of all agoa can use It
with tho same benoflcial results Bo suro to cot S S 8 for your tonic this year
do not accept aaythuig In place of itj there IB nothing else Just as good aa
8 S S You CPU find U all that is claimed for it
T SWIFT SCXOITIO 00 ATLANTA GA
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has not been felt materially as yet
Building Materials
As might be expected building ma
terials of all kinds are In big demand
Lumber dealers report conditions
about tho same with floods no longer
giving trouble In tho northwest and
the railroads finding it easier to
handle the shipments The tendency
of builders to use more and more ce
ment work in their houses has streng
thened this line of business nnd It
is reported that the mills are putting
out nil that they can with full ca
pacity
It has been a quiet wpok in whole
sale dry goods is tho report with
only the staples going out Spring
dress goods sheer fabrics In fact all
sorts of summer wearing apparel has
bran called for by shoppers and deal
era generally The cold Weather of
the last few days put something of a
damper on the retail clothing trade
I but this will be only momentary it
la saId and there will be a rush as
soon aa the warm spring season really
Bets In The cold weather around
Easter worked havoc with tho millin
ery business but dealers arc now
catching up as tho new hats for ladles
must come some time and many wait
neat after the festive season In the
tope of a reduction in prices
Collections have been rather slow
on account of the Inability of farmers
to got their unsold
produce to mar
lets but these will pick up as the
roads Improve in the country districts
and money commences
to como in
from the disposal of farm produce
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LANDS IN JAil
Maggie Carmlno a son of Italy bc I
camo so strenuous In his attentions
10 tne wife of a local Italian yester
day that the
object of his flirtations
fought the protection of Officer Sul
liven who arrested thu offending for
eigner and booked him for disturbing
he pence
An uglyloohing revolver was found
upon Cannlno9
Person when ho was
soorch J at the station and In U5
olml hnl the lady docs not appear
to
In tJrosecuto her charge against him
tOdus pollco court a charge of
made carrying concealed weapons will bo
BREEDERS
TAKE NOTICE
I will offer the following stallions
for public service at the Fair grounds
season 1910
KNOTT McKINNEY 44833
By McKinney 211 the sire of 221
with records better than 210 Tho i
greatest sire toe world has ever l
known He Bold for 50000 at 17 I
years of age Fee 3000 I
MONTEREY 31706
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Record 209 1J trotting He has i
shown you If you are from Missouri
He has as much speed as any horse
living or dead Fee 25 00 1
ADMIRAL EVANS P899 t
Record 217 14 1th heat Tin
fastest and gamest 3yearold pacer
on the north Pacific coast last year
A 205 pacer sure No hobbles
Fee 2000
Terms cash or bankaplo note A
few good driving and family horses I
for sale C B JOHNSON
Not inn y Mnk Trus I
Tho Original and Ganulno
HORLiCKS
HALTED N3ILK
The Fooddrink for All Ages
More healthful than Tea or Coffee
Agrees wilh the weakest digestion
Delicious invigorating and nutritious
Rich milk malted grain powder form
A quick lunch prepared in a minute
Take noaubstitute Ask forHORLICKS
Others are imitations
Be sure and get 1
elsNapflna
from your grocer today
READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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