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OHEGON CITY ENTEIiTKISE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3,
Oregon City Enterprise
Published Every Friday
E. E. BRODIE, Editor and Publisher.
Entered at Oregon City, Or.. Tost
ofllce as second-clas matter.
One Year . .$1.50
Six Months 76
Trial Subscription. Two Months .25
be used to aid, build or oneratcrlvRtc
or government railroads.
25- That counties may Issue bonds
to build permanent highways.
26. That private schemes for loot
lug the public treasury cannot be
worked by the Initiative method.
SOMETHING ABOUT ROADS.
Railroad rates cost a cent and a
half to three cents a ton mile. People
kick at the cost. The aveVage Rood
Oregon wagon road transportation
cost 25 cents a ton mile. The groat
Subscribers will find the date of ex
piration stamped on their papers fol
lowing their name. If last payment Is i ajferitv of Oregon roads are not good
not credited, kindly notify us, and "3 r.i .,, ti . .
the matter will receive our attention. " CMI frm M ",S V0 l ,0"
Advertising Rates on application. I mlle' A hanl ,irfac roa,i ot IM0,J"
am construction costs eight cents for
QUES- lrinsPo"tation a ton mile, yet It Is only
I the farmer who mires his empty wag-
' in u-Vi.itt l.. fi-i..e tr ti f.twn In Mirt
i nw iiuiuwiug iem,-mx uuHiri;iiu ; -
ju?Mioua oi puiuic policy apte.'tr to
egon winter that kicks at the cost.
have boon definitely settled bv direct J rhe riKuros Just Klvon wero
vote of the people of Oregon on sixty- j af,or cariful computation from every
four proposed laws and constitutional ; f Oregon by the Oregon Hood
amendments, in the last four general ! Roa(ls Association. The contrast in
elections: j costs on good and bad roads has given
the Association more courage to con
tinue Its fight for better-built highways
In this state. Railroad rates make
much difference in costs to consumers
and profits to producers. Thus says
1. That they w ill not tolerate a re- i
turn to anything like the convention
method of making nominations, but
will retain their direct primary system
until something better is offered.
2. That thoy will enforce election
by the legislature of that candidate
for United States Senator In Congress
who receives the highest number of
the people's votes.
3. Complete prohibition of railroad
passes for all persons except employes
of the railroads.
. 4. Abolition of the power of city
councils to give away public franchis
es. 5. Abolition of the temptation and
opportunity to buy or sell votes In the
6. That the people of every city or
town shall have power to make and
amend their city charters on all local
matters at their own pleasure, abso-,
the Good Roads Association the In
creased transportation cost of bad
roads takes money from the farmer's
HAY BE HELD UP
HOUSE WANTS ITS OWN BILLS
SUBSTITUTED FOR THOSE
PASSED IN SENATE.
fact that the taxpayers want some
thing done In the way of reform.
Uoeause of the wish on the part of
the County Court to do what Is best In
the matter the meeting between the
Court and the Uvo Wires Is to bo
held. The County Court wishes to be
shown In this as in other things, and
the I.lve Wires believe they can In
duce the Court to take steps, promis
ing something more than has been so
cured to the people In the past.
There are new methods of road (
making that produce better results
than iO,d methods, and the tavpayera RQADS ENTHUSIASTS CROWD
With this In mind the Uve Wires are
trying to get Into harmony with the
Court so that the best Information ob
tainable may be used In road making.
The friends of better roads and better
system In road making are Invited to
go wiih the Uvo Wires to the mooting
on Friday so that the Court may see
that the people are anxious for the
best that can be done for them. If
they are present In numbers It will
convince the Court that the people are
not averse to spending a little more ;
than now If assured the money will be
In the farming roinmuuities there
s some opposition to a road commis
sion, or a State supervisor of roads.
This comes through the fear that it
PUT ON TO CARPET
STEINER PUTS UP $1500 TO BE
FORFEITED IN CASE EXTRAVA
GANCE CAN BE SHOWN.
Senators and Representatives May
Each Refuse to Pass Bills Orig
inating In the Other
SAI.KM, Or.. rYb. 1 - (SpU-Thorc
seems to bo trouble brewing between
the Senate and the House over rone
measures. The Senate has already
passed roads laws that look good to
It, and the rumor that the House will
dally with them while it tries (o get
Its own enacted has led to the threat
that unless the House puts Senate
measures through without delay the
Senate will retaliate and kill all I louse
The Oregon fiood Roads Associa
tion nt'd Thi-osherinen'i Asmirlution Is
means simpiy anoiner tai salary ana s.,,i , him, ,lsotl ,,-,.; In effort
FARM IS EARNING SIX PER CENT
Makes An Earnest plea for the
fartunatts In the Orphan Asy
lumWe Should Not
pocket and adds to the price of living I the same old results. If something to whip Into Hue certain opponents of
good Is to come out of tho present ) 'he pet measures of the associations,
road discussion It must conic through I "m' l,mt ,l,t Senators and Uepreseuta-
. .... j , , . tlves resent the Interference,
all who want better roads working to- j Turo WM , Mon fh(( HmM,
get her In that end. The way seems ; committee at the noon hour today,
opening to that end In this county, and ! The House is known to be hostile to
Friday the friends of better roads are i Hood Roads measure, but friends
to be given a say In tho matter. A
without profit either to the producer
or the consumer, since the mud swal
lows all the difference and never
When advocates of good roads from
every section of Oregon went before
the legislature last week they had the
tremendous cost and the effective de
velopment restriction of bad roads In
mind. Th'y were a little disappointed
when some of the legislators urged
that each county could conduct Its own
road-building without help. It was
believed that broad-minded legislators
lutely free front special acts by the W0llld kno that the vory purpos0 of
legislature. their gathering to make laws was to
7. That they will retain the lnitia-; wor ln uni,-v for tne ed of the 8tate
tive and referendum in law making. ; and tr every county in the state, and
8. That they will have power to hat concerted action In road-building
recall any elected public officer from was prehaps more Important and more
Constable to Governor, Including JudG- essential than any other state activity,
es of the courts. Governor Oswald West, In an Inter-
9. That thev annrove the principle view, answered this mistaken Idea on
of election of members of the legisla
ture by proportional representation,
though they have not yet agreed on
the part of the legislators when he
said. "It is a notorious fact that the
road work of the state has been done
in the past upon a crazy-quilt hit and
liirsre detecution nf friends should ho' ...... i .. .... .. 1
. onjcruoiiHoie ui tne t umor nave iiucn .. . Viirthwnat
fanner will cease his opposition
Is now hoped the; ,o mU ,.KH.,tVl, committee
NEW BILLS INTRODUCED.
10- That they will provide liberally miss plan which gave no permanent re
by taxes for suport of higher educa-Mief from Dad and often ,lmes prac"
tion ln the State University. ; tically Impassable roads. There can
11. That they will maintain one ef-: be no doubt concerning my desire for
ficient Norma School. At the same the Inauguration of a sane and sensi
election they voted to abolish two oth- ble system of building good, servlce
ers created by the legislature some able, permanent highways In the State
years ago. 0f Oregon. I am heartily In favor of
12. That corporation having little j the construction of good roads and
or no tangible property should pay a hope to see the time speedily arrive
gross income and license tax. WDen the public highways in this state
13. That the expenditures of any wju De second to none. I trust, there
candidate for public office shall be fore, that the gentlemen who are now
limited to practically one-fourth of one : banded together for the promotion of
year's salary of the office he seeks, i ,he good roads movement will keep
and the state will provide the greater : ever tn mtni the Idea ot the practical
part of the expense for publicity of an(j economical, and that out of their
the merits of candidates and of pollti- unjted efforts will come for Oregon a
cal parties. uniform and desirable system of public
c 14. That, edible fish, especially sal- road building."
mon, shall be conserved in the nav-i jt was necessary for Judge Lionel
igable rivers of the state. ! R Webgler Dr. Andrew c. Smlth and
15. That matters of chiefly local others Qf ,he good road3 assoclaton
interest will be rejected If submitted!. oo fr,hW hpfnro (hp ann,B for
, a-? . . . .
I the benefit of uninformed opposing
, senators that the proposed highway
' board and commissioner does not
SAI.KM. Or. Jan. :iO.(Spl.) Sup
erintendent Sleltter und State Treas
uter Kay were on tho carpel tonight
before (he committee on ways and
means and their denials of any wrong
or extravagance was vehement and to
tho point. And ns an evidence that
he meant what he said Stelner left
$1,100 to be given to tho Y. M. C, A.
of Salem If any waste of asylum funds
ran be proven. Stelner charged that
It was political animus that led to-tho
charges being sent tiroadcasl, and do
fled his enemies to show it.
Treasurer Kay brought forth a mass
of figures to show (hut the contentions
of himself and Stelner were correct.
On the other hand he charged Senator
ltowermau with exaggeration, and
went on to show that the farm was
paying C per cent on present values,
which are double the Investment. Ills
uftiiuveil thitt tint tier runltn of
of the measure hope to win objectors ros , 1P 0riRml Asylum was small-
over it is claimed that many tilings i .,, ,,,. i,i.lr i.,tliiiii.ii
on hand to prove to the Court that it j cllmlna'ed and It
will be given backing in case new
measures ar to be put in vogue.
THANK YOU KINDLY.
(Kalis City News.)
Oregon City has a new dally paper, '
the Enterprise, edited and published
by K. E. Brodie, owner of the weekly
Enterprise. The daily Enterprise Is
good enough to deserve success, and
The News hopes It will be a winner.
If the Postal Ranks make It Im
perative that stockholders give more
attention to their officials, and to the
details of the business, this return
will alone more than repay the pub
lic for the expense. The present well
equipped and well managed banks ,
cannot be greatly Improved upon, but ',
where there have been lax methods ;
the laxness has often cost the com-;
munity dearly. j
Fred Warren, editor of Appeal to !
Reason, has been pardoned by Presi
dent Taft. The findings of the court
do not seem to satisfy the President, i
Taft Is humane in his Instincts and 1
he did not agree with the court In the '
did not niakeu fair Investigation. Thai
I It did not visit the wards to note the
crowded condition; that It did not
! seem to be hunting for correct Infor-
The Senate Hopper is a Convenient j matlon.
One to Reach. j n closing Stelner urged the com-
SAI.E.M. Or., Jan. "1 (Spl.l The mlttee to Rive the unfortunates a fair
following bills were Introduced In the ; show. "You may hammer at my reptt
Senate this morning: I tatlon. at my knowledge of business
Regulating the fees of the sheriff affairs, but by all means give these
of Grant county. i poor unfortunates a fair show; no one
Amending Lord's Oregon laws re- else will do it If wo don't.
biting to division of water districts.
Providing that corporations shall
not be subject' to the Jurisdiction of
state courts unless they are created
under the laws of the State or have
an actual agoncy In the State.
Hel iting to service of summons.
Prohibiting attorneys from becom
ing candidates for Judicial offices be
fore they have practiced five years.
ASTORIA'S PET BILL GOES BACK.
Cared For In a
Bill Before the Sen
Lester Asks For $50,000 and Measure
Sent to Committee.
SAI.E.M, Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
resKndonre. The Astoria Centen
nial celebration appropriation was
butchered this morning, by Indefinite
postponement of the bill carrying
i 100,000. nimlrk. of Clackamas, was
willing to go ns strong as $25,000. anil
a majority of the Senators believed
the appropriation of 10".ooo too great
This afternoon Senator l-ester. of flat
county fishermen wero . sop County, obtained a reconsideration
The United States Census by Counties
to the voters of the whole state.
16. Abolition of the convention sys-;
tem of electing delegates to national !
conventions, establishing direct elec- j
tlon of such delegates by the voters of
the gTeat parties, and permitting ex-.
spend money obtained either from
State Aid or by counties bonding for
road building In counties, but the coun
ty authorities locate the roads and
spend the, money while the state board
and highway commissioner give advice
and direction as to scientific construc
tion of roads in each county. The
vote that followed showed that a ma-
pression by the voters of their choice
fnr tiptr nnrtv ftnnriEHntpa fnr Prcat. !
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dent and Vice President
17- That three-fourths of a Jury
shall be able to render a verdict in all
civil cases, and court procedure shall '
peals to the supreme court for delay, W ot the seDate were not a,ow ln
and new trials because of technical understanding nor narrow ln develop
errors, if substantial Justice has been lnS ambition. When the Highway
obtained in the lower court. j Board and Commissioner bill was ap-
18. That they do not approve state- Proved e1 satisfaction was felt by
wide prohibition of the manufacture the hundreds who had come before the
and sale of liquor. ; legislature, because It was on that bill
19. That they have established and ,hat the 'noIe &e!it astern of road
will maintain local option on the liquor making planned for Oregon counties
question. depended. It was thought then that
20. That they require a reasonable ! to secure the passage of the other bills
measure of employers' liability for , would not be difficult, because upon
workmen's accidents. j count It was found that a majority of
21. They have granted the people Oregon legislators stand for progress
of each county power to exempt from ' Iveness and development and not for
all taxation any class or classes of obstruction.
property, subject to any general laws j "
approved by the people of the state. I LIVE WIRES TO ATTEND COURT-
22. That no citizen shall be tried in The Live Wires will meet with the
a circuit court for crime unless ac-; County Court on Friday afternoon to
cused by a grand jury. talk over the matter of road sutier-
23. That general elections shall be visors. The people of this county are
held In November when most other warming up to the necessity of a
states vote, instead of in June. , change in methods of road making
24. That the public credit shall not ! and the County Court is alive to the
Lay a Firm Foundation
for your future by opening an account
at this bank, now.
Once opened, keep building upon it by frequent
The fortunes of your coming years will be built
upon the foundation you lay right now,
right here at this bank.
You have everything to to gain, absolutely nothing
to lose. Why delay?
The Bank of Oregon Gty
Well, we of the Northwest showed
how easy It was to get the Panama
Exposition. Now It Is up to us to
show the world how easy It Is to make
a success of it.
SENATOR ABRAHAM. SEES A PLAY
ING OF POLITICS BY SEN
SALEM, Or., Jan. 31. (Spl.) The
effort to commit the State legislature
to Senator Bourne in his next cam
paign, as was the interpretation given
the attempt to have the Senate and
House Instruct Senators Uourne and
Chamberlain to take an active part
In urging the amendment to the Con
stitution providing for selection of
Senators by direct election, was a sig
nal failure. So. too. was the resolu
tion asking for legislative endorse- 'asc0
ment of Oregon's system of govern
The general expression was that in , Yamhill
defeating this resolution no one was i
WASHINGTON. V. C . Jan. 25. 1911.
; The Director of the Census has fur
; nlshed the Oregon State Legislature,
for Its use In redisricting the Stnte.
j a statement showlug the population of
Oregon by counties, distributed ac
cording to color and race. Tho fig
County Total Pop.
The State C.72."i',.1
Crook 9 "
Grant ' 5.r"7
Hx)d River M1G
I v mvier -
tires therein given are tho result of
an unverified count, by color, of the
returns of tho Thirteenth Census, and
are. therefore, subject to sotno poss
ible revision, but It is hardly probable
that such revision would materially
affect the figures as given.
MAKES HOME BAKING EASY
and the food Is liner,
more tasty, cleanly
and wholesome than the ready
made found at the shop or grocery.
ffstyal Cook CMaV-a0O HmmtptFr0t
siovAi Bixixa row rws Co., mw vosk.
ELEVEN BILLS PASS BILL STANDARDIZING
IN THE HOUSE TODAY ! CERTIFICATES PASSED
AMONG THE NUMBER ARE SEVEN
SENATE MEASURES THAT HAVE
BEEN GIVEN SANCTION.
EDUCATIONAL MEASURE HAS IN
DORSEMENT OF SUPERINTEND
ENTS AND TEACHERS.
passed by the
SAI.KM, Or, Jan.
following bills were
1 1 1 vii ho today :
Providing severe penalties for per
sons convicted of while sliive truffle.
Itcgulatliig return of lliplor license
money deposited with County Court
when license Is refused.
I 'ml re ting crabs In Lincoln County.
Making nn additional appropriation
of j i.i ii itt annually tor topographic
maps and surveys In Oregon
Providing for recording names of
Keiiulrlng huxliand and wife to Join
in petition for adoption of child.
Fixing terms of court, Tenth Judicial
Ivrujlu meehiinU's' liens to bo en
forced ngaluxt homesteads.
HA I. KM. Or.. Jan. 3i).- (Htnff Cor
rettpiiiiileuee ) - S. II No. i1. by Haw-li-y.
providing for the cerllflintloii of
teui'hers, was punned by the Hetiatn
this afternoon. It repeals (xirtloiii of
the ptesetit school luw and U Intended
to slnndardUe certificates, but provid
ing that applicants for e lamination
for teachers' certificates, If sncciKful,
muy teach In any county of the slate
on a certlflciite grunted In any ciiuuty,
ii ml that graduate of the Oregon Agri
cultural College, l lllvernlty of Otegon,
nml any other Institution of learning
win o rurno ha been approved, may
teiicll In tho school of the shite with
out - h iii I nut Ion The approval mid
dealguutloii of then Institutions rest
In a board to rmilt nf the Suimrlti-
tetiileiit of I'ubllc Instruction, (hn pre-
criticising the laws of hi. State but h , , n(erPBt f)f t)ropOHed
that rather one was putting his foot . ' ,, ,v, ivinmi.
man's attempt to play
on another man s attempt to
Senator Abraham became so caustic
In his criticisms of Senator Bourne
that President Selling called his at
tention to the fact that Bourne's name
was not brought Into the legislation
and should not be in the criticism.
puuing nis ioot . ,,,.,.,.. allorunv tho Willamette
River. Attorneys C. Schuebcl and
John F. Clark, representing the ang
lers, were before the Senate commit'
tee on fisheries last night. H. W.
Trcmtiath and Harry Aune are here
J. N. Wlsncr, of Oregon City, was
hero yesterday in consultation with
Master Fish Warden Clanton.
Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve ;
Is the best eye remedy ever offered
the public. It a snow white ointment i
painless, harmless and absolutely ' CAPITAL PUNISHMENT bill ucau
guaranteed to cure. At all dealers and '
Geo. A. Harding, Druggist, 25c a tube. SAI.KM, ' Or-, Jan. 31. (Spl.) The
House this morning killed the bill pro-
I vldlng for the abolishment of capital
punishment. Upon an unfavorable ro-
SAN FRANCISCO WINS.
Panama Exposition to Be Held On the Vri from a committee, the hill was
West Coast ; inuenniteiy posiponea.
j WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. (Spl.) !
San Francisco won on the first ballot i Asthma.
In the contest for the Panama Expo- Is a distressing disease. Dr. Bell's
isition. The vote slood 188 for Frisco I'lne-Tar-Honey relieves almost In
and 159 for New Orieans. This will stantly. We guarantee it to give sat-
mean a great, boost for San Francisco . Isfactlon.
and the whole Northwx-st country!
i On the final roll call the vote was :
j 259 to 4.'!. j
j The San Francisco resolution does
; not ask for a cent of aid in swinging j
; the gigantic proposition. On the first
i vote it was tied up to the hundredth
: ballot. j
of the bill, Btid It was referred bnck
to tho ways and means commltteo,
with Instructions to place the appro
priation at $50,000. Thero Is consider,
able doubt If the bill will pass the
Senate, even with Its original nppro
prlution split in twain.
HOU8E KILLS TELEPHONE BILL.
Compare Our Prices
With Oiom roa ha ln In th bshll of sarins.
mo4 roa will n.- Oit w offor oa uImUbiTbI mt.
IngoaallwnrK a.n'1 r.tit ..-not vat bultar paiaJaat
won uimir, do niaiutr bow ojacD you pay.
Thirty Years Together.
Thirty years of association think
of It. How the merit of a good thing
stands out In that limn or the worth
lessness of a bad one. So there's no
guesswork in this evidence of Thos.
Arris, Concord, Mich., who writes: "I
have usd Dr. King's Now Discovery
for 30 years, and It's tho best cough
and cold euro I ever used." Onco It
finds entrance in a home you can't
pry It out. Many families have used
it forty years. It's the most infallible
throat and lung medicine on earth.
L'nequaled for lagrlppe, asthma, hay
fever, croup, quinsy or sore lungs
Price 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Guaranteed by Jones Drug Co.
Wl flnlao nlatA mJ
brMa-a wort for out-of-towa
ona day it daalraH.
frav wban plalaa of
l.rtdga work la ordor.
ad. Comullilita Iraa.
Malar Cmu $5.00
QM Filllnra 1.00
Eaiai.l nili.o 1.00
Silrtr Fillinn .50
Oaad ftubbar -
SS.W.I. mil, F..,,,, ltMlu(I f ,1,1,,, ErtrMlaa ,50
H ilia HiMUaai m fitnua PUT METHODS
All work fully riutrantoad for firUan yaarm.
Wise Dental Co., Inc.
FlNIni Bulltflnc Third ard WaihlnrUO. PORTUN0. OftE.
OIUm Un,,, a. II. ta 1 1. M. iaaaara, 1X1
Measure Had Rider Making Press As
(oclatlons Common Carriers.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
respondence.) The bill of Ammo, of
Multnomah, regulating telephone and
telegraph companies, received Its
quietus in the House at 2 o'clock this
afternoon, having been made a special
order for that time. The measure
was actively opposed by the telegraph
and telephone companies, and tho Pa
cific Telegraph and Telephone. Co.
brought Everett Hickman here from
appointment of tho commltteo and a
majority of the Senators' to:ik tho snmn
Fixing tortus of t ircult Court In 1 1,1,,.,,, f tho Hlute Normal Hrhool.
Klgh'h Judicial district. ;i, Slalt, cnivnrnliy, the Oregon Agrl-
Providing method for proving offl- , (.(r Co..g. 01111 private Inntltu
clul documents. i tion mid one Catholic Institution. The
IToiiliutiiig sain ana one or giant ;
nnd 1111. 11011 firecrackers mote than
V, Indies In length mid 5 8 inch In
EIGHT BILLS PASS HOUSE.
Circuit Judges May Have Only 90 Days
to Render Decisions.
SAI.KM. tir, Jan. 30. (Stnff Cor
respondence) The House pasKod the
following hills today:
Increasing salaries of certain offi
cials of Tillamook County.
Fixing terms of county courts.
Appropriating ll.ono for burial plat
for Spanish-American war veteran.
Kcqulring appointment by (lovernor
of ini.mb?r of Hoard of Pharmacy
from list of mime furnished by Suite
Itnqillrlng Judges of Circuit Court to
render decision wllhln 90 day nftcr
en mo Is submitted.
Regulating practice of optometry.
Creating shipping master nml regu
lating sailor boarding house,
(living deputy labor commissioners
$5 a day nnd expense while Insiiect
hill as prepared by and had (lie en
dorsemi'lit of the State Teaelier' A
Hocliition and the County Hrhool Hup
crliiti'hilcut of the entire state.
ESTRAOA'S HOME STONED.
Antl Government Rioting Is Renewed
CCAYAQl'IU Kcuudur, Jan. JK
The antl-govorumetil rioting In protest
ugaliist tho projected lease of the (iiiln
pagos Islnnii to th" I'nllrd State n
renewed last night. A mob stoned
the resilience of President elect Kstr
da nml the office nf Kl Tlmpo, the
The pollee prevented the crowd
from approaching the government pal
ace, but It w necessary to rail out
tho mounted force. Tho latter
charged and dispersed tho rioter. At
midnight tho rlly wn quiet again,
I a danger signal and should not tin
neglected. Take Dr. IIMI I'lnrvTar
Honey at once. It allays Inflamma
tion, stop the cough nml bonis tho
membriine. (ieo. A. Harding, Druggist.
I). C. LATOl'HKTTB, President.
F. J. MKYRR, Chler
The First National Bank
of Oregon City, Oregon
Transacts a General Banking Business. - Open from 9 A. M. to 3 P, M.
$1.55 PER SACK AT ALL GROCERS.
JONES 18 MADE CHAIRMAN.
Clackamas Man Heads Committee to
Investigate Asylum Management.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 30. (Staff Cor
respondence.) Representative IJnn K.
Jones, of Clackamas, wns this morning
appointed chairman 6f a committee of
five to mako an Investigation of the
slate Insane asylum ami other Insti
tutions around Salem. Speaker Rusk
announced tho appoint ment of the
committee soon after tho House con
vened. Tho commutes must report
not less than 10 days heforo U10 ad
journinent of the session, which moans
that Representative Jones and hlB col
leagues will havo little tlmo to attend
sessions of the House for the next 12
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