St. Johns review. (Saint Johns, Or.) 1904-current, April 25, 1919, Image 1

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No Better in United States
For the purposes It will serve
there is no better dock property
in the United States than the
St. Johns terminal. It is the
rtrof htrr nnrh unit rn Mi Pnhim.
bib River. Contemplating the
puysicai union ui inmisiry atnu
commerce under the most favor
able conditions of co-operation it
is a splendid beginning. '
The St. Johns terminnl sug
gests commerce in a big way. It
is preparation essential for com
mercial activities of a now order.
As Chairman Moores stated in
his address at the dedication,
thn village era and the provincial
spirit have passed away. The
St. Johns terminal is substantial
evidence of the truth of that
For the transfer of an immonsc
volumo of traffic, and for the
storage of an equal volume that
may not bo ready for immediate
transfer, this property, when
complotod will be ideal in space,
arrangemont and equipment. It
is thoroughly modern in every
appointment. It is n property
to which the port authorities of
any other maritime community
would point with pride. This
community does no less.
It is only logical and perfectly
safo to prophesy that the present
port unit at St. Johns is but one
of many that wo will build in
future. Experience in tho pur
chase of the site for this1 terminal
and the price paid ns compared
with that which has been paid
for other port properties lcsslui
vantagcously Bituatcd, suggests
the wisdom of the early acquire
ment of other sites in tho same
locality, that the capitalization
of future and necessary port
construction shall be economized,
and that tho industrial back
ground may bo increased under
conditions which will, make it
available for industrial enter
prise on terniB 61 permanent en
couragement. That is tho policy of the most
larseeing port authorities on this
continent, anifit ia tho p.vlicy
that iiureiy will help to win both
commercial unJ industrial
""iiggrandizcmont for the com
munity. .
With tho big grain elevator
completed and tho additional
'pier built, thcro will bo tho best
of facilities at St. Johns for
handling every variety of deop
sea and coastwise trailic. Rut
that is not all. Thcro is an in
dustrial nrea adjacent nnd plenty
of room for truckago and lor
building warehouses aa tho need
for that shall arise. In other
words tho location of the St.
Johns torminul is ideal for ex
pansion to tho combined encour
agement of shipping and manu
facturing: and these combined
aro tho fundamentals of port
growth and prosperity. lelc
New Books at Library
Mills, Enos. .Your National
Parks. Describes the wonders
of our national parks. Interest
ing to read nnd -useful for
Dyke's automobile and gaso
line engine encyclopedia 1919.
Treating on the construction,
operation and repair of automo
biles and gasoline engines.
Doutkit. M. 0, -Souvenir of
Western Women. A picturo of
the works and pioneer exper
iences of the vomen in the
Pacific Northwest the "Old
Oregon" country from the time
of woman's first appearance in
these unexplored wilds to the
present day.
Miller, E. E. Dramatization
of Bible stories. A very popular
method of presenting Bible
stories to children for the pro
gress of their religious educa
tion. ,
Blasco Ibanez. Four horse
men of the Apocajypse; translate
ed from the Spanish. A superb
drama of modern life leading up
to and describing the first stage
of the present war, culminating
in the Battlof the Marne, and
showing the splendor of the
spirit of France under the trial.
Ferber, Edna. Cheerful,- by
request. A collection of short
stories, cheerful as the title im-
Tarkington, Booth. The Mag
nificent "Ambersons. A story of
American family .life, told in
Tarkington's inimitable style.
Lincoln, Joseph C Shavings.
A good plot, two romances and a
bushel of hearty laughs.
One swallow does not make a
summer, but one swallow of our
SPRING TONIC will make you
feel as it summer was neiv.
Tennis Shoes 85 cents. W.W.
Rogers, The Overalist.
Letter From Turkey
Mrs. II. S. Magone is in re
ceipt of the following interest
ing letter from her eon, Cecil:
Constantinople, March 4,
1919 Dear Mother: Received
two letters from you a couple of
days ago that were written in
December. Was glad to get
them. Our Inst mail hud gone to
Salonika, Greece. Oh, they
have a hard time keeping' up
with us. Wo "expect to go up on
tho Black Sea in a couple of days;
will probably put in t Odessa,
Russia, We can't got much
fnrthor this way, as there is no
passage up into the Caspian Sea.
and our ship draws too much
water to get very far up, the
Danube.. Hnvcn't seen the
Danube yet, but wnsn't far from
it when we were at Conitantn,
Roumnnin. Yes, they are giving
us a" change to see n bit of the
world. Nevertheless there Is a
lniuHhat bpatB this, and tin
hmd'is tho good old U. S. A.
Tho States arc so far ahead of
all these countries in industry,
farming, decency, cleanliness
nnd in real living that thcro is
no comparison. Tho more 1 see
of these countries the plainer 1
see it.
The city of Constantinople is
getting somu better and they ex
pect "to have the street cars
running soon. Ikforo the war it
was the life of tho so called near
East. 1 wiib just down and drew
my monthly payslip. We are
paid in Turkish gold; each coin
is $'l.10 American money, but
wb can take them ashore and buy
about SG nf American prtpor
money. Some of the boys mnku
quite n bit that way. Several
W-vst Coast ships navo been In
hero lately but 1 havn't seen any
one that 1 knew.
Don't worry any nbout me: ex
pect to get back to the states
somo time this mi miner. Willi
clo30 for now. With love from J
your son. Cecil L. Magone, UVS.
N., U. S.S. Nnhrrta care V. AI.(
N. Y. City. There is another
naval vessel by tho name of No
Adopts Its Platform
Tlin Inlinr nnrtv nf Illtnnta n&
ingiinri tho follnwinir Rtntement
of its convention held recently
in Springfield, ill.:
Labor is tno primary and jusi
Inula nf nnlltienl ro9iiona ll.llltv
and power. It Is not merely tho
right, but the duty of the work
ers by hand or brain to become
a political party.
The labor party is destined to
usher in the now dny of freedom
in tho United btates freedom
from tho grind of poverty; free-
dom from, tho ownership -of
government by big business;
freedom of tho men and women
who buy fond and clothing and
pay rent, from exploitation at
tho hands of tho monoy kings of
kingleaa America."
ftrirnnizod workers aro mem
bers of it. Unorganized workers
arc members of it. Clerks,
housewives. newspapermen,
farmers, school teachers, store
keepers belong to it. Such
heads of organizations and busi
nofta rnnrerns as are not exnloit-
ers or profiteers belong to it.
There is no place in the party
fm- thnrfft who are not workers.
There is room within It for all
who perform service to society.
TIig nnrtv enunciates the fol
lowing program to which it
pledges itself.
Democratic control of industry
nnrl pnmmercc for tho trenernl
good of those who work.
The unquaimed riant ot worK
ers to organize.
Freedom from economic hazard
which comes with a minimum'
wage based upon the cost of Hv-
A mnYimiim workincr dav ol
elgut hours and abolition of un
employment by reducing the
hours of work iurtner, as neces
sary to permit all who are able
tn wnrk nnd to find occupation
and full pay for those who, for a
time are unemployed oecause or
illness, accident, or temporary
loss of work.
Complete enfranchisement of
women and equal pay for men
and women doing similar work.
Reduction of the cost of living
to a just level by the elimination
of wasteful method1 and pro
fiteering. Complete revision of the state
Taxation of inheritances and
incomes and land values, but not
of improvements.
Publicnvnerohip and opera
tion of all public utilities, in
cluding grain elevators, ware
houses, stock yards, abattois,
insurance and banks.
Development under public
ownership, of the water power
Boss is Keeping Tab
The boss is keeping tab, my
on, lie marks your every curve;
and if you do not earn your mon,
you'll get what you deserve;
if you are only sprightly when
your .weekly wage you grab,
you'll shortly join the jobless
men the boss is keeping tab.
Perhaps you fool around at night,
and paint the village red, when
you'd be wiser sleeping tight in
your nice trundle bed; then you
are dead upon your tcet wnon
you to duty go; you mnkoasnnll
look pretty fleet.your movements
uro so slow; your eyes look like
a total loss, you have n taste
that's drab; you cannot put such
things across the boss is keep
ing tab. Perhaps your thoughts
have' roamed afar from work
you ought to do; you're thiiiRing
of some movU star who made a
hit with you; oit)f n joy rido
you will take when this
is dono; or uf a shady way to
make u little bunch of mon; or of
a large planked tenderloin that
you at night will stab; 'tworo
better for to earn your coin- the
boss is keeping tab. And then,
porhnps, on t'other hand, you're
working like a jo; you're hustling
round to bent the band, to tunko
the business grow. And there is
vigor in your walk, your move
ments are not dead; you do not
pause to watch tho clock mul
count the hourtuihontl. Success
for you is looming plain; hp me
bigprlzoyou will nab; the worker
does not work in vain -the boss
is keeping tab. Walt Mason.
homes for Illinois residents.
; Abolition of .employment of
ull under 1(3.
A democratic system of public
education from kindergarten to.
university with free toxbooka.
Old age un1 health insurance,
nn adequate workmen's coinpen-
: 15c 2 pairs 25c
t II envy Covi-rull. $; 7,r
5 Mil) Overalls $2 !W
VnUt QvcialU $L 01)
- Ladies Coveralls $2 00
f Junipers . .., $1.1)8
Heavy Blue Work Shirts , 98 t
I Good Leather Gloves .65
J Suits Nenlly'Prcssed 75
1 202 N. JERSEY ST. Open Evenlnge
X AuthuritM IU-ilkiit Ik-iU-r
The Royal tailors
sitos. Public ownership, pre
ferably federal, ot tno mines.
State aid to provido lands and
sation law qnd n mother's pen
sion. linn hv thn Rtnto nf nnlv such
supplies and matorials as boar
tho union lauoi.
AtinliMnn of nrivnto omnlov-
mont dotoctivo and strikor em
ployment sorvices.
Abolition ot tno state sonnto.
Abolition of the nower of
judges to issue and enforce in
junctions in industrial disputes.
Complete restoration oi an
fimrlnninnhil nnliticiil riehts
free speech, freo press and freo
assemblage; the remova) of all
war time restraints upon me
interchange of ideas.
Mrs, Frank Glaub Dead
Mrs. Frank A. Glaub diod
April 23rd at the home of her
brother, 208 Catlin street. She
was born July 23.J883, at Ste
vens Point. Wis., and was there
fnro ntrpfl 35 vears and 9 months
at the time of her death. The
deceased had been ill for about
four weeks' and underwent an
operation for tuberculosis of the
bowels. She is survived by
three childrenAbie, Mildred
and James; also leaves her fath
er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. N.
A. Geo, one brother, J. H. Gee,
and three sisters -Mrs. Carl
Hayner, Mrs. R. A. Jayne, Mrs.
Elbe Cowels. Mrs. Glaub had
been a resident of St. Johns for
the past thirteen years. The fu
neral takes place Saturday after
noon at 2:30 from the St. Johns
No outing is complete without
Shot Near Columbia Park
R.J. Darbey, a transient, shot
by a pseudo renl estate dealer
named Cox, in tho St. Johns
district, Saturday afternoon,
while resisting Coy's attempt to
rob him, died Sundny afternoon
at tho Good Samaritan hospital.
Coy has vanished, though the
entire detective and uniformed
branches of the city's police de
partment have been looking for
him. Darbey, suifering from a
bullet wound in tho back of the
head, retained consciousness to
the Inst, but refused to give the
name of his parents, his home,
or any information that would
assist the authorities. Consid
erable mystery Ib attached to
tho case, but the police, after
thoroughly investigating his talc
of robbery.are inclined to believe
Hint it was true and that the man
was murdered by the man who
lured him to the deserted spot
on tho pretext of hiring him ns
a realty salesman.
Darbey, however, told several
disconnected nnd conflicting sto
ries after he had been wounded,
and his absolute refusal to give
any information concerning him
self when ho knew that death
was near lends credence to the
theory of the police that there
was more tluui the simple rob
bery behind the shooting. Tak
ing a $100 Liborty bond with
him, he met Coy, went with him
to a tract of land near Columbia
Park which Coy represented he
was selling. According to the
story he told the police, Coy at
tacked him, lie grappled with
the would-be-robbor, turned and
ran, and was shot. One bullet
penetrated hi shoulder, the oth
er ontored his head near the
base of the skull. lie also told
the authorities that Coy attack
ed him with u hammer, which
Coy was carrying for tVt an-
nouncoil purpose of tncking up
real estate signs. Journal.
Oregon Grape Meets
Orogon Grape Club mot at tho
home of Mrs. J. Marchnnd, 1107
South Ivnnhoo.Wednosdny uftor
noon, April 10th. The afternoon
was spent with a program and
a lunch which followed. Those
who took part -in tho program
wore: MisaUeulah Ream recit
od, Tho Champion Sorrower, fol
lowed by n solo by Mrs. H. S,
Harrington; Mrs. Lulu Dny No.
Ian gavo "Miss Kdith entertains
her brother Jack," and Mrs.
Ruth Riglor recited "Jonkins
goes to a picnic." Thoso pres
ent were Mrs. Frank Henudoin,
Mrs. J. W. Pond, Mrs. Josoph
ine Boll, Mrs. Fred Iluskell,
Mrs. M. E. Downs, Mrs. Oscar
Bellamy, Mrs. L. Miller, Mrs.
Ruth Bigler, Mrs. Edelman.Mrs.
F. D. Ilenderahott. Mrs. Marie
Marchand Mrs.I.elia Marchand,
Beulah Beam, Catherine Miller,
Vivian Muhm, Willis and Grace
Bigler, Margaret and Mildred
Henderajiott, Mrs. Lauth, Nolan,
Eflie Beam, Keough. Br ice, Mrs.
Will Parmer, MacGrogor, Har
rington, Muhm, Emma Beam,
Armstrong, Smith, Teeling.
Does your present insurance
give you sulllcient protection in
view of the increased cost of
labor and materials? Wo write
insurance that protects with
prompt settlement in case of
loss. Poninsula Security Com
pany. With apology to Grape Nuts,
"There's a Reason" why Hogers
1 sells so many Overalls. -
High School Notes
The repniring of the west wall
of the building is virtunlly com
pleted and we are once moro liv
ing in quietness and peace.
Miss Rundall spent tho Enstcfr
week end in Eastern Oregon vis
iting Miss Edna Hollenbeck, a
former James John graduate.
Let the public keep open the
date Friday, May secondfor
the "Hi-Jinx." Its mysteries
grow moro and moro dark and
exciting ns tho time draws near
for this animal gala day.
Tuesday afternoon, April 22,
at three o'clock the James John
base ball team played Hill Acad
emy, on the Multnomah ileld.
Tho game ended witli a score Of
7 to 0, in favor of James. John.
This was their first interschol
nstic game of the season.
Tho Latin club, the Sodalitas
Latinn, took advantage of the
Easier vacation with a picnic
Friday afternoon and evening,
at Linnton bench. Only nine
members of the club braved the
rain. Miss Clinton was chaper
onc. About six o'clock Old Jupc
tried to discourage them, but
they stayed until they had time
to roast weinics and mnrshmal
lows. The English classes have just
completed their composition!) for
tho Btatewide Victory contest.
The subject of the paper which
was to contain at least six hun
dred words, was, "Victory
What Price?" The four best
papers from this school uro to
be sent to the county superin
tendent. Here the best ten
from the county are sent to the
state superintendent.. The au
thor of the best composition
from the entire state receives a
Prussian helmet. m
The James John Civic League
gam a dance Thursday night.
April 17, in the St. Johns rink,
for the purpoBoof raising money
to help pay the expenses of the
members, on tho annual trip to
Salem, whero they visited the
state institutions for tho pur
pose of study. Tho committee
in charge of the danco consisted
of Dorothy Jonos, chairman; Ed
mund Kugel, John Ohm, Joyce
MiiBon and Genevlovo Brown.
The not nroceedH were about fif
teen dollars. Music was furn
ished by members of the school
The "Girls' Glee Club" of the
James John High School, Im ono
nf tho mimv intonmtintr funturoa
of high school life. Glndya
Keonoy is President, and Helen
Story, Secretary of this orguniza-
finn.u'linm nnrnnso istnirivo the
girls of tho school, who wish to
take up singing, training in
whichever part their voices aro
Iwml fHtfld for. Ilrat or second
soprano or alto. The club ia
under tho able leadership oi
Misa Bushnell, of the faculty,
vf innmwif Mm tnimlinrtt ill till!
John Claire Montietli Studio, in
Portlan i. The club has an en
rollment of about thirty girls,
who meet witli Miss Bushnell
every Wednesday after Bchool to
sing songs, which just at present,
are boing prepared for a public
concort, to higivon in the public
auditorium, during tho lattor
part of May or tho first of Juno.
The girls interested in athlet
ics hold n preliminary track
moot Tuosday, April lf. In tho
'-aso ball throw Angolino Hens
lor, fourth term, was first,
throwing tho hall ono hundred
fifty feet; Eloanor Thomas,
eighth term, second, with one
hundred thirty-throe foot; Ora
Wagner, also an eighth termer,
third, with ono hundred thirty
feet. Others who promise to do
well in tho finals aro: Sylti Lar
son, second term; Theresa Reich,
eighth term; Sophronia Lo Ree,
third term, and Viola Kreyor.
fourth term. In the basket ball
throw Angcline Hensler, fourth
term, was first, throwing the
ball fifty-nine feet, and six in
ches; Ora Wagner, eighth term,
socond, with fifty-nine feet. So
phronia Lo Ree, third term, was
'Plm now mnrlnrn nnt.huro
i. il w W I WMWa www -
Hudson St. This cottage was
. . 1 t t r
aero. It stands on a tot 'luxiuu ieei, nas several enurry
- . 1 W . 1
and apple trees on the place, it is close in to ine uusiness
Hoolion and near enouirh to anv of the Industries. It is
just the place for two people and can bo bought like pay
ing rent. The two new cottages on the same ono hundred
feet square that this was built on have been sold to re
sponsible citizens who will take an interest in caring for
their homes.
Bonham & Currier.
CURRINS SELL electric light
See tho war relics direct from
Germany in The Raincoat Man's
u ,
Switches made from comb-Ings.-Mrs.
Hill, Olfi East Tyler
street; phono Columbia 783. 2i
Witli a VICTROLA in your
home every musical longing is;
satisfied. CURRIN .SAYS SO.
Tho Portland Garbngo Co. re-1
moves rubbish from residences '
at $1 per month and business I
places at reasonable rates. Leave !
orders at St. Johns Hardware or
phone Woodlawn 301.
Tho big ones don't get away
wlmn you have the right kind of
HbI tr -Jkle. Wo sell the
RIliH'i .;md. Currin Says So.
For Sale 11)15 Overland;!
till.' Hiiiii, oiiuvit uunui uui a. n""11
tiroH and in good mechanical
condition. Will demonstrate.
Price OT. Call 'evenings Col
umbia 002.
Wo sell guaranteed "MADH
IN AMERICA" cutlery, i
For Sale or Trade for City Pro-
perty-'I5i aero, 10 acres in
cultivation, 2flshiihcd and burn-i
ed, five room modern bungalow,
L'ood barn, runninir water, uood
orchard; clone to R. R. station
audHixmilontogood town. (Jail
S00 South Jersey Htreet, or Mar
.shall 2;i()7.
Would you lie ablu to
your financial obligation and at
the sumo time re establish yt.ur
home should your property bo
dustroyed by fire? We write all
lilies of insdrance. Let us quote
you rates. Peninsula Security
For solid comfort to weary
feet wear Rogers' 85 cent Tennis
Shoes on wash day. This simple
remedy UBiially brings quick re
lief. Residents of St. Johns having
taxes and city liens to pay in
Portland can make their pay
ments without inconveiiionce by
availing themselves of our sor
vices. Wo will pay same ami
secure your receipt without in
convenience to you. Fee, 25
cents. References: Any St.
Johns Hank. Peninsula Title,
Abstract and Really Co., by H.
Henderson, Manager; 102 North
Jersey street.
third, with llfty-bix feet, and
Amanda Steele, fourth. In the
fltfy yard flush contest, if wo
can judge from the prelimina
ries, By 1 11 Larson, bccoikI term,
will probably taku first placo,
but just at her heels will ho
Amanda Steele, Carrie Skellu
and Idea 11 or Thomas.
Thursday, Murch 7th, at the
Y, M. C. A. Huilding. a Civic
League was nrganizod, Those
who are oligiblo to join this
League uro the members of the
sixth, seventh, and eighth term
hhiglish classes, of the sovouth
and eighth term History classos
and of the Civics and Sociology
clauses. At the organization
nif'ting of tho James John Civic
League, tho following olllcors
'were elected: Iidmund Kugel,
President, Paul Chattorton, vice
Prenident, Alverdu MeNivou and
Kstlier Piolc.tho two Secretaries,
Rudy Anderson, HiiHinchH Mana
ge r, and Lawrence Johnson, Sor
geant at Arms. Tho plan of the
League for next semester, ia to
have a program every iirst or
socond Friday in oacii month,
but owing to tho lateness of its
organization this term, it will
only give Hie urograms as the
members can preimre for them.
The programs will consist of dc
bats, other pubic(HiJoaking, and
of four rooms known as bOG
" " T - . -. -
built just about one year
J i. 1 ' 1 .A ......
i Pianist
su.,iio: ;V",H'or,J! Av,cnnP
110 k .StfTft
1'lioiien: Wotxllnwn 2092; Columbia 664
Mrs. Gabriel PulIiiT
Vocal Tencltcr
biaphrum HriMiliiii),', Tuttt
ptiu'cmrtit mill illotii'ti,
l'till tmiKhtiu tnki- .iii in l'Ho and
IMS Lombard M. riiom- Columbia 182
Airs. Frank A. Rice
Ti-:u-iiKH oi'
Violin, Mandolin and Piano
I'l'pll l Nslrc (Umr '
Slinlto: M W. (. tin Stf t
Tv1l'iIuiiu Cnhitnln.i tV-!
l'niil tiny Iwroiiii' Muttiti. i . i lu.cntla
llllhr.ll.l HhlCh will iti.iKr ltll1i Min-flfft
Violin Instruction
STUDIO, 215 N. Syrnciinc Strwt
l'hoiiu Columbia ,t02
Mrs. Bertha C. Burdick
(I.icentltnte of the Koyiil Academy
of Music, London.)
Toacliet of Piano
'957 Hodge St. l'lione Col. 87a
l'lione MultiHtllH. Columbia 101
Perkins & Bailey .
llunril of Trillin ItuldHni
SI. John Orilrewllh l'ttte4j Strlr C.
Mourn -1 tH 1'. M.
W.J. KiUtrap. M.I). U.K. Sn l, M.U.
Drs. Gilstrap & Seely
Physicians and Surgeons
Glasses Accurately Pitted
U;00lolt!M. Hl'IMCt'.H
1:!!0 lo li.'IO 1'. M. l'mimrtiU He-
7;00toH;00 I'. M. nitity 1I1M
SumliiyH, 0.00 to HI IK) A. M.
Dr. Evarl P. Borden
rumicss r.Nirticuou 01 iccui uuuer
Nitrous Oxide Ohm
O 111 cc i'cuinmiln Hank bblg.
Ollire phono Col. itUft; rr itioiivC-l. 477
Hour 'J-litH. m.; 1:30 6 in I 7Hi. m.
Dr. Herbert Jones
311 North Junoy S I reel
Dny l'lione
Columbia t)7
Niht l'hono
Columbia 600
l'lione Columbia 379
Kvs. Columblu 1 131 .
Dr. R P. Sell nl (see
Physician nnd Surgeon '
Room K) 1'uiiiiiMiln Hunk Uuthliug
Oflke MiHtraS to IS A. M. 1 tu I. M.
KveuliiK 7 tu V
IVoIiimiIh I Ik 11k Hliiu,
Oflke I'liunu CoIhuiU ii.h
The irf ulit-ri- tiiMul mimic ami
loiiiUoiii. lit'Hlmtiil .ii..iil. Clii!ilnu'
Imir l ulliiiK mcivi ri..l uiu-iituiii.
Davis Barber Shop
S. W. DAVIS, I'rvp'HtK
108 l'lilludtdpliin St. iiuths 25c
St. Johns Undertaking Co.
208 N. Jersey Street
I'liMfux. C'lliniil.i.i b'M
l.. Urn!. .a Jliy
Automobile lK.iix.-.
Gel Our Pr'cce Before Mac It Mud
Mother's New Home Restaurant
109 S. Jersey St.
Meals .10c. Shipbuilder' launch iioo
(Juick Service
llCdt UAtillK I'Uutr ill St. Julltlt
MRS. S.J. It 1.1-: UK. rroprittrek
402 N. Jorscy Strum
Abbtructt of Till l'rejwfcil
Titles KMUiiuvd
l'liuite ColumltU 'M
Wiring, Fixtures nnd Repairing
' C. L. Dearlove
Phone Columbia 374 1673 HlVCft $L
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