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ST. JOHNS, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919.
t The Pier Accepted
Formal acceptance of Pier No.
1, at the St. Johns municipal
terminal, from tho contractors,
the J. A. McEnchern Company,
which was carried out by the
Commission of Public Docks
Thursday, hns been followed by
nctivo work toward completing
details of electric wiring for
litrhtinirand power purposes and
the connecting of railroad tracks
so that the pior 13 virtually ready
for bus mess.
The covered section of the pier
extends GOO fcot inshore from
the harbor lino and is a two'level
structure. Tho erection of an
additional covered section of GOO
feet, which is to protect the one
lovel lock, will bo undertaken as
soon as tho commission arranges
for bids being filed and an award
made. There is also to bo under
taken an extension of tho slip
serving P or No. 1. so that both
will havo a total length.of 1500
feet, as nttuinst 1200 feet now.
and ultimately it is expected the
pier will bo covered by n ware
houso tho entire distance.
Tho Pacific Steamship Com
pany contemplates using the St.
Johns terminal for Its Oriental
service and tho probabilities are
norao far eastern shipments will
bo assembled there during the
coming week. Almost all other
docks at which dcepvyater vessels
berth uro wholly or partly ul led
with freight or grain on storage.
Tho use of tho East Washington
street terminal for Constwiso
freight, and space on tho
Fifteenth street terminal boing
largely taken with goods and
equipment on storage, leaves tho
St. Johns facilities tho only ones
open to immediate utilization.
The Commission of Public
Docks has agreed on tho necess
ity for going ahead with tho con
struction of Slip No. 2, which
will sorvo as an open dock at
first. A rovi 'al of tho trans
Pacific business bids fair to
hasten that project and no doubt
steps will be taken as well to
havo tho second pior covered
with u warehouse.
Getting Along Fine
V. S. Gillmoroisin receipt of
tho following letter from his
son, John E. Gillmoro: Saint
Raphaol, France, Dec. 31, 1918.
Dear dad. Just a few lines to
let you know that everything is
(lno and dandy. At present am
way down south in Franco, al
most into Italy down where tho
sun shines most of tho time and
tho oranges hang ripe on tho
trees. This is just like California
hero only I beliovo it is more
beautiful and especially moro
odd. We are right on tho shore
of tho Mediterranean Sea and it
sure is great. It is whero the
wealthy English peoplo spend
We havo two largo hotels for
our hospital and as yot we
haven't but one patient, so you
seo wo havo plenty of timo to see
tho scenery. This surely is n
hard life we lead, living in enly
the largest hotels, no mud and
rain for us. At Cannes wo stay
ed at the favorite hotel of King
George of England. It Is about
tho most beautiful place I ever
saw in my life. Have surely
dono a lot of travelling sinco 1 left
homo and am seeing a lot of the
world without any expense. I
would hate to have to pay the
regular prices to live at some of
the hotels that we have stopped
I havon't any idea as to when
we aro likely to start home, but
I guess it won't be right away.
I expect to seo quite a lot of this
country before then. Am not
with tho Base Hospital 93 just
now; have been sent down about
20 miles from there to a conval
escent hospital to do their office
work for them. It isn't so bad,
but I would rather be back with
the old outfit. Am feeling fine
and havo no kick coming, but I
would like to start home most any
time now. Love, John E. Gill
more. In a certain Western city
where the alien population is un
usually largo a candidate for a
municipal office was obliged to
apply for naturalization papers
before his name could go on the
ballot. The court asked him the
usual budget of questions, the
answers to which he had obvious
ly learned beforehand, and then
he was asked the difference be
tween the powers and preroga
tives of the King of England and
the President of tho United
States. The candidate pondered
a minute and then replied: "The
king has a steady job."
See Goss paint
"Pigs is Pigs"
At n certain dosk in tho office
building there is a vacant chair.
In a certain homo is a certain
VOUncr liirlv. isnlnted ft
joys of the world and weeping
disconsolately because of the
stern realization wafted to her
with every zephyr that nlirs tho
family clothesline, that "pigu is
pigs." .Therein lieanstory; one
which tho fair oillco beauties
sacredly pledged to withhold
forever from masculine ears.
Just below the yard ia a
romantic stretch of woodland
whero tho Willamette winds its
sinuous course and tho sunbeams
play on tho rippling water.
Thither tripped merrily the other
dny a group of blithesome olllc-
gins, saoKing pussy willows.
Now the day was clear, the
Bt)iritS nf tlin iril'la i.viilw.rnnf
and after carefully scanning the
lanuscupe 10 mauo sure Ihntthcj
were free from mnsculine
CSnionntTO. Ilin vnillur lrtfllnu nm.
cccded to acquire sylphllke grate
oy ironing up some nearby trees.
(Just nmnntr ntll-Hrik'nJ n Pfim'I
of the fellows chanced to observe
tho entire performance and
though blushing up to their ears
thoy solemnly declare thai this
"No Mlin'M I.UIllI" It or! Its Mm.
- - im I ft a V '
ponsations. Ono of (lie crowd
was nearsighted and he hui
nourished n grouch ever since.)
But that'll neither htr unc Miii
and it's none of our luiBineM.
A troo ovlondi nviM n nlirv
in Which on tills hrk'ht anntiv
day, a fond mollu'r pig lay
watching her hnpm little group
of forty piglets uathtfjing thoir
greedy little appetite in h hur
ried olTort to make lion of
themselves. Now tho mother
pig in question w,is a good pro
Vidor llllt 11 llllli llniini.kuHiiur
which nccountod Jor tho dirty
littlo faces and oars and feet oi
tllQ dIl'L'Ii'S mill triH mlnrm nnri
appearance of thing in general.
tin in too, is noither here nor
there, and it's none of our busi
ness either,) but -
It SO hnnnmiod Mint unn nt I In.
oillco girls ill a spirit of adven
ture climhou far out un a limb
that extended over tho nfaraaulri
niunon. lost liar IihIiiiipm nml
landod squarely on mother pig
anu in tuo miast or the forty
had I v scared little aniiMmren. fW
would novor linvo trnt thU ulnrv
had not the mother pig squeal
ed;- nut that neither here nor
Mothor pig felt badly hurt be
en u bo a fair visitor dropped in !
on hor when she wasn't expect-
intr enmnnnv! tho clri in ritudlim
feels hnillv hurt. Iientuaa alio hurl
already been quarantined for tho
"iiu" anu now sue mis to njwm
stay in Isolation. And Hint in
a nutshell, is why a cortnin desk
in tho ollico building has a va
cant chair; why a certain young
lauy weops disconsolately be
cause of tho stern realization
wafted toher with ovory scephyr
that stirs tho family oluthes line
that "pigs Is pigs;" and why
sho won't ho back until the
fumigating process again makw
jilt muu xor uumoorncy. rrom
Masks Not to be Worn
Influenza masks will not be
worn in Portland according to a
proclamation issued Saturday by
John G. Abele. city health
officer. An ordinance was re
cently passed by the city council
requiring tho wearing of masks
n curtain places under heavy
penalty while tho epidemic was
prevalent. Since there has been
such a decided decrease in the
number of influenza cases, the
edict has been issued that it ie
no longer considprod enidemic
and that the ordinance shall.
therefore, be suspended. Health
bureau officers recommend that
tho vigilance of the people be
continued and no further drastic
measures will then bo necessary.
The consolidated heath
bureau, under the direction of
Dr. Sommer, closed its doors
Saturday afternoon. Any furth
er cases developing in Portland
will be handled by the city or
county health officers. In order
ing the close of the office, Dr.
Sommers believes the epidemic
We had two and a half years
ot talk before we got into tho
war and it now looks as Jf wo
would have the same spell of
high sounding conversation be
fore we got out of it. Ex.
You are only "worth" an much
as you are worth in the world.
A millionaire is often u pauper,
and gosh how I'd like to be
Back to Old Ways
Tho war is done, and wo get
back to peace time's old ac
customed track. We're sitting
up and taking note of things that
lately seemed remote. Onco
moro I hoar the auto fan explain
2iB loudly as ho can how he went
up huge hills on high, and didn't
huvo his motor die. His spiel
seems relevant and sane, which
would have been in war-timo
vain. Once moro the dames,
whon cooped indoors, uro talking
of tho dry goods storos and of
tho lovely lids they've seen, all
decked with doodads red and
greon. And they allude to Mrs.
Brown, who's bought the smooth
est coat in town, while her poor
husband strives to make his
stand off something loss a fake.
And once again tho ill health
bores describe their ailments
and their sores. A little time,
while battles raged, their chronic
sorrows wera not staged, but
now they're all come back again,
to map the caret of patient men.
I see tho old ways coming buck,
and as of old the gossips clack;
the private quarrolB wo forgot,
we're resurrecting, smoking hot;
the statesmen spring their oily
"miles nna hand out bunk in
forty styles. J wonder if we'll
ever sigh for good old wnr-timo
days gone by, when there wore
themes of which to speak, and
keep on apoaking for a week?
Why do wideawake people
end their friend to buy my
THICK SOLED WORK RUB
BERS $1.06? W. W. Rogers,
The Raincoat Man.
The 'New Ilruuswiek Phono
graph Is the all record phono
graph without a stiporlor.
CURRIN SAYS SO.
Rubber Shoes, Slickers, Gloves, Overalls,
Jumpers Men's Rubbers, $1.10, $1,25, $1,65
I "IsVORYTIIINfl TO KELP YOU DRY"
1 . . ,
f "Why don t you get that
i Royal Tailored Look?
1 W. W. ROGERS
t THE RAINCOAT MAN
I 202 N. JERSEY ST. Open Evenlnae
0 Auth. ru Ril U-ht Iul r
1 The Royal tailors
The funeral of Goorgo Robort
son, who died February tith,
took place Tuesday morning from
the chapel of the St. Johns Un
dertaking Co., Rev. J. H. Irvine
preaching the sermon. Mr.
RobertBon was born near Aber
deen, Scotland, and for the past
twelve years had residod in St.
Johns. "Undo George" as ho
was familiarly known by many
of our people, was aged 88 years,
10 months and 27 days. He was
the father of nino children, threo
of whom proceded him to tho
grave, and surviving him nro
his widow and six children, two
of whom came from a dist-1
ance Mrs. Geo. T. Platz of i
Brashear, AIo., and Mrs. John,
Platz of Lovoland, Col. to at-'
tend the funeral, Mr. Robort
son was a blacksmith by trade,
and an expert in his line. He
was well Iikod by nil who knew
him, and he will bo greatly
missed in this community.
Not th lhl or your paper.
Strictly modern four room cottage, furnished witli high
grade furniture; .ill the little things for the comfort of a mod
ern cottage. Au ideal little home for a newly married cou
ple. There is everything right for housekeeping.' The gas
range in the kitchen, a gas water heater and a fine heating
Stove with water, coils. This will be sold on easy install
ments to the party who can give assurance that his contract
will be carried to a finish.
BQNHAM & CURRIER.
Just simply obeying orders
Is often as hard as executing
a big job,
But tho youth who does not
Amenability to discipline
13 not likeiytover to be called,
To do the nig work of the
If you mopu iloor well
When ordered to mop a Iloor,
And don't consider yourself
outraged in doing it,
You may some day stand
nmnne It intr A
And quoenstmd acos and jacks
And tho rest of the high cards
in life's pack;
But If your sensitive soul rebels
At trivial things and tries to
Amid the spheres
Bofoto you havo sproutod
At sixty you aro likoly to bo
Your country home
With all expanses taken care
By tho county, .
And nothing to do oxcept at
Whon you march Into the din
With the other inmates, Ex.
You'll save moro thnn cor fare
nn mv Sl.Cr, WORK RUBBERS.
THICK SOLES. Didn't the last
pair cost you $2.00 down town?
Don't tnk my word for It. W.
W. Rogers, The Raincoat Man.
Put on nothing, take olf noth
ing, simply a turn of the hand
and your Burnswlck Phonograph
!h roudy to play any record nt
Its host. Currui Says So.
MoI tri lahl on your npr
Mrs. Ilicka was so constructed
that she maK' life miserable for
her family. One of her rules
was that all membors of the
household must romove their
shoes bofore t-ntoring th house,
"Bill," she remonstrated one
dny with her husband, "I found
u-groaso spot on ono of the dining-room
chairs, and I think it
came off thosu punts you wear in
tho shop." A brief silonco
ensued, then a volcanic eruption.
"Well, Mary, for the Inst fifteen
years I have takon 6fF my shoos
every tlmo I como into this
house, but I'll bo hanged if I'll
We didn't go into this war to
got anything, but noithordid we
go in for the proud privilege of
giving up all we've uot. Ex.
Some of the oppressed nations
of Europe now stem to be getting
ready to do a little oppressing
of their own. Ex.
High School Notes
Tho Girls' Gleo Club mot re
cently for election of officers.
Gwladys Keonoy, President, and
Helen Story, Secretary, wore
Tho James John quintet play
ed a camo of basket-ball with
Hill Military Academy, in the
Jefferson gymnasium on Friday,
Feb.7, defeating tho Hill boys
by a score of 23 to 15.
The total enrollment of the
pupils this semester is three
hundred fifty, of which two
hundred twenty-one nro girls and
ono hundred twenty-nine, boys.
The first term freshmen numbor
sixty-two, thlrty-fivo girls and
twenty-eight boys. This record
enrollment taxes tho capacity of
tho building and hns mndo nec
essary tho election of an addition
Tho Student Body by election
lias recently filled vacanccis left
open by officers who could no
longer qualify. Thoso newly
elected were Harlan Hiatt. Pre
sident, Donald Schaoffer. Athle
tic Commissioner, and Rudy
Anderson, Finance Commission
er. JooJowor, Public Welfare
Commissioner, Etta Patterson,
Literary Commissioner, and
Nairn Sceiy, Music Commission
or, wero held over from last se
mester. Recently, two, tho Phllnthnnn
ouni met and olectod Gwenyth
Young. President. Esther Plelo.
Secretary, and Gwladys Koeney,
Chairman of the Program Com
mittee. Tuesday, after school
in the Auditorum an interesting
nddross, on the "Spunking
Voice" wau given by Mrs. Drury
Scott under the nusplcos of tho
club. Helen Story nlayod a piano
solo, Harriot Pnddcn a violin
sc!o, und GiiulyB Coon, gavo a
The girls entered onthusiasti-
cn'ly into plans for indoor base
bull. 1 ho captains of somo of
the teams havo already been
elected, but tho tennis will not
be definitely organized until
next week. The first and filth
termom hnvo not nu yet elected
their respective captains. Tho
second termers elected Sylfl Lnr
son, the third termers ElizaVin
son, and the fourth termers Viola
Kreycr, while tho seventh and
eighth termers joined forces,
and olectod Ora Wagnor as their
joint leader. .
On Wednesday, tho twolth, In
tho school auditorium, a patrio
tic program was given in honor
of tho birthday of Abraham
Lincoln. Mr. J. G. Chambors
wns tho chairman of the after
noon who, after a fow Introduc
tory remarks, presented the
aponkor, Colonol Milton Miller.
Colonel Miller spoko eloquently
of Lincoln's life nnd work, to an
audience composed of mnny vet-
ernn8, and nign and grommnr
school students. Tho James
John High School Orchostra
rendered a spirited march, and
1 mnllAl, nf n.trlnlin l,.
a modley of patriotic numbers.
Tho Tumulum was distributed
on Fob. 10, being tho causo of
much nmusement und interest) Insurance. Place your Insur
among tho students. Tho Stall' . unco at homo. We offer you the
did somo oxcellent work in nro
ducing such a creditable publica
tion, and, deserve a spuca of
woll-earnod relaxation. Tho
Stair was made up of Editor-in-chief,
Vorda McNiven: Publio
Welfare, Alice Mrown; Lltornry,
fienevlevo Urown; Athletics,
Paul Clinttcrton ; Arts and Jokes,
Denby S. Coon; Musiness Mana
ger, Hugh WhiBler; Assistant
Musiness Manager, Melford
Wesleider. Copies of tho Turn-
ulum may he had by application
to iiugii wnisior, aitho tho sup
ply is nearly exhausted.
When tho "flu" ban wns on,
the school was unable to keon un
tho payments of tho pledgo for
tho Molgium Maby fund, which
amounted to thirty dollars a
month. To meet this expense,
tho different classes, nt tho sug
gestion of the Public Welfare
Commissioner, Joe Jower, huvo
been giving sandwich sales
weekly. A short time before
tho closing of the preceeding
torm, a few of the classes had
their nalo3 and turned over to the
Public Welfare Commissioner.
approximately twenty do'lar.
I his term only two of the tl w-3
have had their sales, the fourth
and second termers, who made
respectively six dollars, and ten
dollars and eighty cents. The
latter amount is the largest that
has been made so far by any
With the exception of the first
term clasB. which never elects
officers, all the classes have or
ganized. Meetings wero held
Monday for this purpose and tho
officers elected are as follows:
Eighth termers -Gordon Avery,
president; Hazel Greene, vice-
president; Denby Coon, secre
tary: and Leona Ehrct, trensur
or. Seventh termers Clarence
Toole, president: Lowell Dotson,
vice-president; Gwladys Koeney, ,
K Mary Kclf 6r' tr,esuro1' : ,
lell Wiliksmi, sergeant at arms:!
Gcnevive. live wire.
ers Thomas Wood.
Solan Bugbee. vice-president;
Jacob Griffith, secretary and live
wire; Gertrude Hanson, treasur
er; and George Miksch, sergeant
at arms. Fifth termors Eurlono
Walton, president: Lolota York,
vice-president; Dick Gurt, secre-
tiiHV mid tiflnaii-(i nml VJrtrltitn
Dunsinoro. live wire. Fourth
termors--James Miller, prosi
dent; Fred Gorki', vice-presi
dent; Leo Haskins, secretary;
Ellory Landers, treasurer: Lafo
Walden, sergeant at arms: and
Audrey James, live wire. Third
termers Helen Hincnrt, presi
dent; Truoman Eggar, vice-
prr t, 'ont: Sara Abbott, socro
tar.v.i I lilchard Bowles, trea
surer, second termors J acu
Vinson, president: Elolso Gray,
secretary ; and Fern Day, trea
Dr. Mulkey. The Uontlst. 108i
South Jersey street.
Tho rain you'll oscape in a
ROGERS RUIIRER CAPE.
Keop a kodak story of the
children.-CURRIN SAYS SO.
For rent --Six room houso,
full plumbing, electric lights,
close in. Phone Columbia 2U2.
A pleasure to own and easy to
buy a Vk'trola. Currin Says So.
GET THAT ROYAL TAILOR
ED LOOK. W. W. Roger,
WHO HAS FITS.
Roomer or room and board.
Call 717 South Kellogg street;
phone Columbia 11!)1.
Currln Says: A Hloru is known
by tho inurchandlKu it sells. Wo
Had corns often
quick rollof. W.
The Raincoat Man.
Found Feb. I Handbag con
taining mi mo with money.
Owner may obtain sumo by cull
ing at bt. Johns police head
quarters and paying for ad.
Currln Says; Wu fill nroiorlp
Hons just one way tho way tho
RUMMER SHOES- -I've a jolly
good treat for
For Sale- 1D1K Ford fully
equipped, and 1 Ixld summer
house or gnrage. ('all JIOU S.
Cunti al avenue. 15
Currln Says RECORDS are ar
riving all the time. Not in
quantities but in good variety.
GLOVES- -lfie 2 for Stfc. 20c,
2T)c. 40c. fiOc. Cfie. 1.00. $l.2fi.
'$2.00. $2.25. $2.7fi. GLOVES
(lilt' illlil(J41.J Mil
A Mil H 'P'l'WMC
nnd for ovory purse
! Rogers. Tho Raincoat Man.
i,ftr ei(, fir 'ivjhIMv ,u,ik.
.-..Vr 1. if " l
, " 1 ,H"" JWtBHTUII WHIM, IJITUU
i,in,.ba fm. 0ft .wi
cars in St. Johns. Inquire nt
. thin office.
facilities of years of insurance
oxiiorionco nnd a thorough kuow
lodgo of local conditions. No
lino is too small to receive our
personal attention. Peninsula
Socurity Company. 10B South
Beautify your home. Call in
nnd hod the pretty pictures, art
calendars and wall iwekoU at
the Review oflico.
Wo buy and sell Liberty
Rands; also equities in Liberty
Monds. Mring your receipts and
get tho cash. Open ovenings
und Sundays. 201) Abington
E. F. Gobh, the landscape
artist, is again at Ormandy's.
For Sulo -I room modern cot
tago at 1)03 N. Willamette Moul.;
full lot, fine riverview, five min
utes walk to Shipyard; Sold on
easy terms. Inquire at 827 N.
Edison St. 17
Wunted Modorn Gor7 room
houso from $1B00 to $2600; will
consider equity. Answer bofore
Sunday. Address L. J. this
For Sale 7 room modern
hoiiHo full lot and husamont, IH
bearing fruit troee.gnuled Htroot
and sidewalk, also sower, all
paid for. Some good furniture
sold with tho house. Inquire at
827 N. Edison Street. 17
A. D. S. Remedies aro guaran
teed by an organization of 28,
000 Doctors, Druggists. Den
tists and Nursos. Currin Saya
For Rent. Three room furn
ished Apartment in a beautiful
homo near St. Johus. Call Col.
983, for information.
Teacher of Vittm
Technic nnd hand development
itipil developed from beeinniaR to
studio - M.7.8 Columbia bh' :
iSi, N'orlti K dinner .lrMl
piunic- Min mo: Col. not.
Mrs. Gabriel Pullfir
Dinplimm UnnllilitR, Forward TWW
tltcmvnt mill CUmi diction,
I'uplU ttiiKlit In takr putt in Trio MMt
Phone Columbia 1lt
Mrs. Frank A. Rice
Tku hum or
Violin, Almulolin and Piano
i'utM ( Nab Bum
Stmlio: Mti VI'. 1 I n !;:rr t
Trlrjiliimr Colli mln i SMtt
lMt(U M4V twrnttir Mrmti. i- uf th Jurnn
Ortlie-tra which will mmVt publk pprMc
(Llccutilnle of the Royal Academy
of Music, London. )
Tencher of Pinno
1957 Hodge St. l'hont Col. 87 1
l'lione Multi HiltS. CluaiUi 161
Perkins & Bailey
llo.inl of Trwrfu HiilMlwg
Si. John Olllic wllli rti ftmkv Ct,
Hour ! i-ll V. M.
W.J. CllntiKji, M.I). U.K. Stely, M.I).
Drs. Gilstrap & Seely
Physicians nnd Surgeons
Glasses Accurately Fitted
Ol'PICIt IIOI K.H
I -:M) tit I :X) V, M. l'lml NatKNMl
7:00 tu H.00 I'. M. ttnitlc Rulldtiw
SuiiiIh). U.OU l 10.30 A. Al.
Dr. Evarl P. Borden
Paiulcstt Kxtrnction of Tecllt under
Nitiou Oxide (tas
Odictf I'enitiMtl Dunk bldf
Ollk Jdliuie Col. Oi',; rv liaueCul. 47T
llouifc VI lit m. in ; I .fciH ami 7 8 p. Ut.
Dr. Jones Dr. Gaoler
3II North Jency Street
Diy I'limw Nihi Vbovi
CotnitiUiM 07 Coinuibia ' )
Ihutt Columbia 379
Re. CoImiiiIiI 1 131
Dr. F. P. Schttitze
IMiysifiim nnd Surgeon
Kimmii 10 I'ciiiiixulii Hnuk Huiklit
DR. I.. I:. PICKliNS
Oltke lluumH tu Vi A. M. I to 6 I. II
Kvcuiii;t 7 U V
II.. II. ..L III. 1 .
. .M...A ..111.
Uffke I1ni Culuu.iim 140
The iiUrv where ki,m' M-'iviet -s
Miou irratnicnt I'KMiil. Chllilrv 1
liir cMltinK rtvekt' t ml nUmllott.
1O0 nUKLINGTON IT REIT
Davis Barber Shop
nod IIATII KOOWj!
s. x. Mm. rnnMr
IDS I'liiUdcliilna St. iinlhs 85c
St. Johns Undertaking Co,
208 N. Jersey Street
i'iioiii I'oiiuiibui nt
Gel Oir Pf'eii hint 6io lo Nrilvsi
Mother's New Home Resliurnt
109 S. Jerssy St.
MeaU'lUc. SliiiilniiliUi'.-. Luuch2Se
Ht KmiiiK Tin. I- in m. John
MRS. S.J. HI. Mill', l'rorWlrM
PENINSULA TITLE AISIUW I IUITT d
H. HENDERSON, Mnr
40 i N. Jury ftrt
Ali.liai l of I n If l'rvaircil
Bottled "BIHGR" 10 cwt$
Cull on ut ut
104 Philadelphia Strtit
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