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OREGON CITY," OREGON, HATUItDAY, FEBRUARY 18 1911.
Per Week, 10 Cents
GOV. WEST WRITES
IN LONDON. IF
THE RECENT DEMONSTRATION HAS NOT
k-k and other tbs tho salary of a
thorough road man Instead of being
FROM THAT : CITY.
an additional expense to the tax pay
ers will be a saving of money to them
In getting more and better roads for
the money spent
8-HOUR LAW FAILS
CAUGHT BY SHARKS
O. D. Kill.
WANTS STATE PRINTER PUT ON
.- SALARY, THUS SAVING
" 130,000 TO 830,000.
SuSE TOYS WITH THE MESSAGE
Oovtrnor At.erts Ho Will Voto a Now
Government Bill for Salem
mtt-M nr. Feb. 17. (8pl.) lov.
I.., a aneclal message to tho
L tonlKht In which bo warned
kbit body 'I'1 11 n"u """"J mu"
thigh record for appropriations mia
Laiion na that unless there u
t!! tmiii'ftilon of retrenchment ho
Could be forced lo wlold tho scalping
t,- li,, nun nostitoned Indefinitely
L. mining tho State 1'rlntor on a
lltt nlnrv, mid 1Mb thla fact wbkh It
ItcUlmru !' lnl" unusual fiM
L (liia art waa Intended to aavo from
ki mm in I.'MI.ihh) tho Governor seemed
Ln't o Ihe passage of tho till.
Tee lloii.e 'ook i '"'"on on too
Lmk or It suggestions of ra
krenchmrnt. hut lust oeiore sojourn
L..i,t Senator Catoon'a hill ap-
Qmrimliw IIMl.OoO for tho purchase
pf additional ground for and tho con
struction of a building for Blate ur.
xmti tl flalein. l here woro 33 voiea
the till). To which It la aald tho
loxmor rrplli'd that unleaa tho House
MMtrA the flat aalnry bill for tho
Hats Trim it he would veto rho 1 1 50,.
mo appropriation, tying up that pro-
ValHon for two years, at Inaat.
btvtlopi Into a right Bttwoon Big
NEW YOHK. Fob. 17. (Bol.) Tho
ticti rrwplK ",lt ,n Nw Tork
oniiorliil flfiidlork today Indicate
that It l a flKht ImMwwmi tho J)l rail-
kray lntrrrl, farn ot oavorai oik
lUntrrn Intcrcata Iwltig" dctwmlnod
(hit Iti man tniiat win. "
BIO ROUND APPRORIATION8.
yauU M Bmnor Record In Ono
Ky.. Ot.. Feb. 17. tBpl.) To
ur as th Intlilnturw'a buay day and
urlnt It trorkfnq houra It mado plana
tprnd a loiaf of $3,77.1 li. Thla
Irllpaf all pant rocorda for one day
Ipprupriallnria. Tho llonao approprl-
fd ti.WMi and the Henato puahed
bvrr lh n.'( aiim of fl,r83.474. To
lir'i tMmon alone totali nearly aa
hurb tlio laat lralnlature aent all
ASKS EXTRA SESSION.
JWrKumiM PITY. Mo.. Fob. 17.
rt Hon yeitterday afternoon paxed
irlutln which aaka President Taft
o rail an extra aeaiilou of C'oiiKreaa
o rerUc tho tariff. a
EX GOVERNOR PAINE
Ski In a Hospital In Ban Franclaco
8AV IHANPIsm. Peb. 17. (8ul.)
tWIIIlum I'alne Ird, Kx-(Sovrnor of
rrcon. t'nlted Stales Minister to the
kricntlne Itepubllc-and a big politi
co In bis day, died thla morning in
Hi hospital In thla city.
His itptilh waa I ha remit nf heart
iNllnre hihI be bad been sick for a
Stif time. He waa 73 years old. He
d Jimt been given a contract to pre
ir a new code for Oregon and waa
nrklng on It when taken 111.
The meeting or the Oregon City
t'rult ami 1'roduce Union, or tho edu-
ptlnnal wing of It, la plnnnlng for an
pilar Mil 11 session this afterniMin at
III Court House. F. K. Strang, fa-
plllar with the Hood Illver country
Knd the union there,' will apeak on
run 1 nr and planting of young trees.
Oregon city and Portland Oo
r rsnlonsl Unlit rain; aoutheasterly
Ore,(n- Fnlr Ksst, occasions!
f'n wpnt nnrllnn- easierlv t
f winds, d
Votf Simply Got To
our nul..i ... L
r off.rlng during tho laat WOk
r" 8up Claan Lin R.I. " tim I. t.Mu.
Wh7t; don,t m, thla eplondld op-
jFarrunity 0f procurlno hlah olaaa mar-
C " at low Prlooe. Bprlng
d arriving dally.
Not Like Other
th and Main Bta.
READ IE FIRST TIME
MT. HOOD RAILWAY oV POWER
COMPANY WANTS USE OF
STREETS AND ALLEYS. -
Council met . In apodal aeaslon Fri
day evening with every member In at
tendance. The roll was railed and
the business; of the evening taken up.
Recorder Stlpp was absent and City
Attorney Btory look bis place for tho
Tho first matter up waa tho ques
tion or tho bond of Moffatt tt Parker
In the Canter atreet Improvement.
The boni waa for 13375 from tho Title
(iuarantee A Security Company, of
Hcranton, Pa. The bond matter was
referred to tho finance committee and
the City Attorney.
An ordinance was read first tlmo de
fining the duties of the chief of police
and providing for the collect loo of li
ce use and fines by that officer. It
waa tho aamo aa the ordinance that
It repealed except that It Increased
the salary from 915 a month to f 40.
The discussion brought out the fact
that Chief 8hsw had collected $10H
since the first of tho month and that
In doing so he had msde a record.
Meyer thought the record waa a good
one and as the Increase would make
a total salary of but $100 it should
pasa. Iiurke thought so. too, and fav
ored passage first reading. On vote
the motion carried.
An ordlnnnre waa read first time
granting a franchise to the Mt. Hood
Kallway & Power Co. for a franchise
to furnish heat, light and power In
the city at a maximum rate for light
and heat of 12 centa per kllowat and
for power for 8 renta per kllowat.
The company promised to make a
schedule of rales hut was not willing
to put this schedule In the franchise
aa It would then be binding, but waa
willing the maximum rata should be
In the confract.
Meyer moved the franchise be re
ferred to a committee of three to re
port not later than the regular meet
ing In March. Mellon prevailed and
the Mayor appointed Meyer, Roake
and Andresen on the committee.
Holman moved that the comltteea
reKrt not later than the next meet
ing of Council. Carried.
SHOT III THE HECK;
THE YOUNQ LADY VICTIM WAS AT
, ONE TIME A RESIDENT OF
A shooting accident that will Inter
est Oregon City readers haa to do with
Miss Minnie llamalgarn, now of Port
land but at one time a resident of
Oregon City. The Bhootlng was acci
dental, the young woman aaya. Her
father, Paul Hamelgam, at one time
owned the depot saloon In this city.
The Oregonlan saya:
Miss Minnie llamalgarn. employed
In a shotting gallery at Fourth and
Couch streets, la at Bt. Vincent's Hos
pital, a hole through her neck marking
the course of a bullet from a 22-call-ber
rifle. According to the girl, she
Inadvertently atepped In front of
Greek who was discharging the rifle
at a target,.
The young woman waa for a time
the object of much mytry at tho hoa
pltal. She rode up to the Institution
In a taxlcab. dismissed the machine
and, walking In unassisted, made ar
rangement for a room. She refused
to have a physician called, saying that
she preferred to bo treated by Dr.
Qale. one of the Internes.
She did not eren rare to give her
name, but It was learned through the
fact that ahe had been In the hospital
about Chrlatmaa, at which time she
had a alight operation performed and
. nstiAnt nf nr. A. R. Rockey.
Miss Hmlgarn la the daimhter of
Mr. and Mra. Paul llamalgarn, of Pen
dleton, Or. Her father la In the liquor
business. '. 8(jW recently spent alx
months In a nurses' training school at
Astoria. The young woman Urea at
the Crand Union Hotel, 387H East
nurnslde atreeta. She told Detectives
Carpenter and I'rlce, who Investigated
the affair, that the shooting hsd been
THREE DIVORCES GRANTED. .
Mother of Young Husband Actsd as
. Guardian In Suit.
Judge Campbell Friday granted de
ereea of divorce In the following cas
es: Mary K. (laniard va. Ralph W.
Oanlard, Sadie Running vs. John Run
ning. K.. R. Guerln, by Sarah H. Oue
rln. gua'rdian, yb. Ursel W. Guerln.
In the latter rase the plaintiff was
under the legal age, abd bis mother
brought the Bull for divorce. . .
The suit of C. II. Cuitrldge against
Oeorgo and Joseph Guttrldge, that
waa sot tor trial, for Saturday, has
been put over, and.lba defendants
were given until February 21 to file
an amended answer, nimlck A Ptm
Ick represent Outtridge. and Cieorge
C. Ilrownell, William M. Stone and
William Nash appear for the defend
ant. ..- .
Havs a Good Program.
The Mountain View Improvement
Club met In regular session Friday
night with a good program for the
evening. There was a musical and
literary program, followed by a paper
and a question Itox. The attendance
was good and the Interest keen. A
good time Is reported for the occasion.
Grand Mask Bsll Saturday.
Arrangements for the grand masque
bsll to be given at the Hunch hall on
Saturday evening by the German
Vereln have been completed, and from
present outlook there will be many
to attend enmask. There will be an
orchestra of ' seven pieces, five of
whom are Oregon City musicians and
two from ortland.
NEW ROAD WELCOMED
COUNCIL WILL AID IT
"CITIZEN" FAVORS GIVING LIBER
AL TERMS IF PROJECT IS
FOUND TO BE LEGITIMATE.
Prospects look favorable for anoth
er electric railway for Oregon City.
To that end the Mount Hood Railway
and Power Co. Is asking for a fran
chise Into the city, with the privilege
nf selling light, hest and power to
fthose who wish It. Friday night thla
roinnanv presented a franchise to
Council asking frTf certain rights and
privileges, and the proposed franchise
was referred to a special committee
of three to act and report at the next
meeting of that body. Thla commit
tee la comiwsed of Messrs. Meyer,
Roake and Andresen.
Oregon City Is anxious for another
electric railway, and the route to bo
traveraed by the Mount Hood lo. is
the ono which business men or tne
city would like to see opened up to
this city.- And If thla company means
business, and can convince Council of
that f.net, and of the further fact that
the company la willing to give the
people of this city a square deal, there
will be no difficulty In securing all
the privileges that are d"e to the com
nunv and Ita officers. ' -
One cltlnen after the meeting of
Council save voice to thlr sentimenir
"Wo want another rat'wry If It la to
h a railway, we might welcome
another light, heat and power com
Dany If It la to be a competing com
pany. Not that I would wish to see
a bitter fight for I would not and do
not think It would be beneficial, but
a good healthy competition would
make thlnga Ideal and not injure any
one. "But wo don't want to see another
row of poles up Seventh street or
any other atreet for that matter. What
we want to see la a company come In
here for business and not for trouble,
and not either to cut up our atreeta
and make conditions worse and then
find that It cannot make money and
.n tn the other company. We want
-ut t.nuineas conditions, and that will
k. Ken. flMal to all."
Councllmen were given copies of
the proposed ordinance bo nai 111.-7
REV, ft. A. HAYWORTH, who will
- begin a series -ot Sunday evening
talk to young people next 8unday,
may study It while the committee Is
acting on It and when next that body
meeta there should be the possiblliiy
of putting It through Council having
if It la round necessary, made the nec
essary amendments and changes sug
gested by aood business sense and
Friends Will Participate In the Event
In W. OVW. Hall Tuesday Eve.
Members of the Presbyterian choir
and frienda of the family are planning
ror a concert to be given Tuesday ev
enlng. in W. O. W. hall, ror the bene
fit of Will Curtis and bis family. Mr
Curtis has been sick for a long time
and this entertainment Is to be given
with a view to bringing good cheer to
the family, which Is deserving.
Friends who are Interested In the
success of the entertainment met Frl
day night and prepared the following
program for th occasion:
Reading . .
Selection . ,
. . . . Kenneth Woodward
, Frank AUdredge
Delarxes, Cooper, Frost
. Florence Grace
Solo -Mra. DeLarxes
With Violin Accompaniment.
The entertainment will be held at
the W. O. W hall, on Tuesday even
Ing, at I p, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. It. Simpson have
moved Into their new home at Moun
tain View. This place waa recently
purchased or J. W. Gerber, who baa
moved to Portland.
A Valuable SCIENTIFIC REMEDY for
WEAK and DISORDERED KIDNEYS.
MORROW'8 KIO-NE-OIDS are a val
uable Kidney Tonlo, for Men, Women
and Children. , ,
Proscriptions and Family Reoelpta
. Filled With Pure Drugs.
Quality and priooa Right
CHAIRMAN & Co.
City Drug Store.
Next Door to Kloctrlo Hotel. .
Pacific Phono 12 Homo Phono 42
J fc$fjj KID
COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY AND
REVISION OF LAW8 ' QUES
DIM OBJECTS TO THE AMEKDM7S
On Final Ballot BUI la Defeated By
Vote of 40 Against to 17
t For Carter
8ALKM. Or., Feb. 17. (Staff Cor-
respondence.) With only 17 votes In
Its favor, Senator Dlmlck's eight-hour
law railed to pass the House this af
ternoon. There were 40 votes against
It. .. .
The special committee consisting of
the House standing committees on
Judiciary and revision of laws, to
which the bill waa re-referred, this
morning reported It back without rec
ommendation. In Ita report theroni-
mlttee expressed the belief that the
bill was unconstitutional In ita pres
Senator Dlmlck and frienda of the
bill appeared before the committee,
which held a meeting late last night.
Fouts proposed that the bill be amend
ed so that Its provisions should apply
only to manufacturing and mechanical
plants where the conditions of labor
are Injurious to the health of employ
er or employes, but this waa not ac
ceptable to the members of the Joint
committee. Other members of the
legislature asked the committee so to
amend the bill that Ita provisions
would not apply to various Industries
of the State. Senator DlmlcK, How
ever, would not consent to the Incor
poration of any such amendments
feeling that the effect would be to
render the measure unconstitutional
and Inoperative, When the bill came
up aa a special order at Z o clock this
afternoon Thompson moved that the
louse proceed to vote without further
debate. To this the House agreed
and' the vote waa taken. Because of
sickness. Representative Carter was
absent w hen the voto waa taken. The
detailed vote on the bill follows:
Aves Hrownhlll, Bryant, Chatten,
Clyde, Cole, Collins, Cottel. fcAton,
Fouth. GUI.' Huntington, Jones, uipoy,
Magone, Pierce, Simpson, and Speak
er Rusk 17. " ... .
Nava Abbott,- Abrams. Ambrose,
Ammo. Reals, Relknap, Belland. Blge
low. ltonebrak. Brooke. Buchanan.
Buckley, Chambers, Chapman, Church,
Clemens, Cushman, Derby. Graves
llollls. Johnson. Ijeinenweber, Mahon
ey, Msnn, Mariner. McKinney, Miller
of Columbia. Miller of Linn. Neuner
Peterson. Powell, Rackleff. Reynolds.
Shaw. Smith. 8teelhammer, Sutton,
Thompson. Tlgard, Westerlund 40
Absent Carter. -
GOOD ROADS LETTERS
FROM CITY READERS
WIDER PUBLICITY OF IDEAS SEEM
TO BRING OUT NEW METH
ODS AND THOUGHTS.
We have two more good roads Jet
tera, which express Ideaa not found In
the others published a rew days ago.
These letters Indicate that people are
awaking to the fact that good roads
are needed; now what Is necessary Is
that people get to thinking as to what
is wanted, and how to get what la
We are glad to give expression to
the Ideas of any or the readers or the
Enterprise. The letters rollow;
""Veb. 11. 1911. ,
Editor Enterprise: My belief Is
that a roadtnaster, ir appointed by our
County Court, will not take away from
the county court any or its powers un
der the law as It now exists, but the
services ot the roadmaster will tend
only to relieve tb,e County Court and
to systematlxe tbe business or road
building. Nor do I believe that this
roadmaster will supersede our super
visors. It seems to me that the road
master being an overseer may be Of
very great assistance to our Road Sup
ervisors, Just as the superintendent
of construction Is In the matter of
heavy construction work on railroads
and manufacturing establishments
and other concerna. It aeems to me
there Is little or no reason to heslcate
In this matter because the history of
business demonstrates the advisabil
ity of having a competent single man
at the head of all large construction.
I do not think an Incompetent man
should be appointed under any cir
cumstances, ror that would unques
tionably work great Injury, but 1
think a competent man, even at a con
siderable salary, ought to be appoint
ed or none. Yours truly,
JOS. E. HEDGES.
Editor Enterprise: I sincerely hope
that some way may be worked out
through which the road building of
Clackamas County may be superviseu
by some thorough and competent en
gineer and road hunaer. 1 wm
that the road supervisors as a body
are honest men and doing the very
best they can under the present sya
tnm hut there can be no general plan
of permanent work and permanent
road building with each road dlatrlct
a separate system unto Itself.
I believe that the road supervisors
generally will be glad to have the aa-
alstance of a thorough roaa man, anu
with whom thoy may consult about
the laying out, draining and putting
down of roada and I am convinced
from the figures quoted by Judge Dim-
next Sunday evening. Rev,
4 Hayworth, the pastor,' will begin
a series of Sunday evening talks
to young people. The first will
be "Jacob Seeking Rachel or Lea-
sons From an Old Ive Story."
4 Miss Veda Williams has been em-
ployed by the Baptist Church to
assist the pantor as church and
Sunday school visitor. The mem-
t bership of the church Is the larg- e
b est In Its history, there being
475 names on the roll, of whom
all are residents of Oregon City
and Clackamas County except
65. Pastor Hayworth la . plan-
nlng a week's gospel mission to
begin March 5. He will have the 4
aaslstance of Professor B. P.
4 Stout, a gospel singer.
CHIEF'S .SALARY RAISED.
Council Passes Unanimously, on First
Reading, Ordinance Doing 80. i
Chief Shaw seems to be making a
record as an officer and collector. Uy
the terms of his contract, and from
the nature of the case, the chief Is
given the duty of collecting the fines
and llcei.zes due the city. So far this
month It Is reported that he has col
lected $108. and that in doing so has
established a new record.
It Is useless for Council to assess a
rine. levy a license or ror the city
court to assess a rine if It is not to be
collected. And ir they are all collect
ed It Is an easy matter to pay the man
who does the work. As the- new
Chief Mr. Shaw haa been doing bet
ter than the ordinary Council went
ahead last night and raised bis salary
rrom $75 to 1100 a month. At least
the ordinance waa passed first read
ing unanimously at the meeting Friday
FRIENDLY BIBLE CUSS
BANQUET FOR MONDAY
REV. PHIPPS WILL BE SPEAKER
FROM ABROAD FULL PRO
GRAM FOR OCCASION.
The program for the banquet to be
given by the Friendly Bible class or
the Presbyterian Sunday school Mon
day -evening, February 20. haa been
completed. Principal among the
speakers on that occasion will be
Rev. Charles A. Phlpps, or Portland,
who is the State organizer or Inter-
denominational schools) In this North
west country. He Is said to be a very 1
interesting speaker and those who at-1
tend and bear him ere promised a
There will be toasts by local speak-
era and a program or mucn mem.
The banquet is to be made a very in
teresting affair. The parlors or me
cnurcn win, oe spec...y
uecorated for the occasion. Following
Is the fu.l program:
Invocation Rev. Landsborough
Ilannuet . . .
Harry Miller Toastmaster
Greetings Mrs. Andrews
"Be a IJve One' Miss Bailey
Miss Volkmar, Miss Byron .
"Birds or a Feather" Ralph Eddy
Piano Solo Oscar Woodfln
Address Mr. Phlpps
Vocal Solo Miss Maxwell
"How to Catch Fish . . . Paid Burrows
Clarinet Solo Wilbur Andrewa
Harry Peters, accompanist.
Remarks Rev- Landsborough
"When Dreams Come True" .....
. . Miss Kidder
Draws 20 Day Jail Sentenc.
Alfred Waybill, who was before Re
corder Stlpp on the charge or intoxi
cation and creating a disturbance, was
given a sentence or 20 days In Jail,
and the sentence suspended during
good behavior. W. H. H. Samson was
attorney tor derendant and It was the
purpose or the defendant to fight but
when he had a talk with his lawyer
there was a quick change of plea and
a desire to Becure the mercy of the
Dont Forget I
The German Vereln Masquerade, at
Busch's Hall on Saturday evening,
February 18. .
, MR. WORKINGMAN J
Aro you not awar that CLAIRMONT offera you an opportunity that
Is not offered every dayf WHY PAY RENT and work out all your o
it. tmi, th. matter over at once and come and talk with ue. 6
Wo can help you get a homo. A email payment down and $10 per
month. Write for circular. '
W. F. SCHOOLEY & CO.
Phono, Main 80., A-156.
THE ELECTRIC THEATRE.
u ..r.llent bill tonight "Their First! Misunderstanding" M
""..TJ.TJ Tr., .Z pro..nt.d to tho public. In which Ml-Wak-
ford formerly leading lady of tho Blograph Company, now wren tM
.iTthrVo other aood plcturoo-Th. Paaha'a Daughter- tucy'a
Lovers." "Th Borrowed Flat"
10 and 5 cents.
NEW-FOUND "FRIEND" LEADS HIM
TO GAMBLE AND WIN WITH
DROPS OTTO SHARK'S CCtTEKS
Carrie HI Money to Frisco In Face
of Warning Given Him
By Lawyer and
A good old farmer of Damascus waa
recently made the dupe of a bunco
of San Francisco sharks who beat
him out of $3000 by that old game of
allowing the victim to win a large sum
but requiring him to put up big money
as evidence that he la entitled to bis
winnings. It Is a bunco game aa old
as the hills, but there are many men
who are unsophisticated and suscep
tible to the trick. But when tho game
Is played so near home as In this in
stance that fact In Itself adds Interest
to It even though the trick is an old
The old farmer s one of the most
staid and reliable in the Damascus
neighborhood, and he has a family
who are as Industrious aa himself.
He has been away for several months,
traveling In Mexico and Southern Cali
fornia. While enroute home from that
Southland, and while on shipboard on
the way to San Francisco, he fell tn
with a man who purported to be an old .
farmer like himself. The two became
quite chummy while at aea and when
they landed in Frisco began to aee
the sights together, the other profess
ing Ignorance of tbe city aa great as
In the course of their wanderings
the two dropped into a pool room
where there waa gambling on tbe rac
es. His friend bet a dollar on the
races and won. The old farmer was
induced to make a small bet. He put
up a dollar, remarking that if he did
lose It wouldn't break him. But at
the end of the receipt of a few figures
on the wire be was told he had won
Naturally the German wanted his
money. But be waa at once told that
such was not the rules of the game; '
that he must put up $3000 to prove
to them that he could have paid In
case he had lost; that the fact that
he bad won could not Inure to his ad
vantage unless be was in position to
pay in case he had lost; that thla was
a sportsman's game and that they had
neglected -to tell him this supposing
1 he had known it inasmuch as bis part
ner was wise. But he waa assured
that be had won the $3000. and in ord
er to get it it was only necessary to
show that be could have paid Ui case
h A . ,
. d ere wag where h new-found
-,. wa. enabled to ateer him right
and assure him that it waa a square
game, that the house had made money
on the day's transactions and that his
winnings made but a small hole In
tfc6 day., prof4u of tne house.
i T make a ,ong 8tory 8nort, he was
' t h, money. Arriving
, ., rtn hl. ,aw.
yer and consulted him In the matter. ,
The lawyer saw at once that hla client
waa greatly excited and learned that
while he had been away from home
for niontha he bad stopped In town to
fix this deal up and had put off going
home till a later day. The lawyer
told him he waa being deceived; that
he bad no winnings but that the .
sharks wished to get him into the city
with the money and then divorce him
The Dutchman could not see it that
way but did finally go home and talk
with his family. A day later he and
his wife, son and brother came to see
the lawyer who gave to all his version
of the trick. But he was atlll certain
of his winnings and borrowed tbe mon
ey, put It Into a draft and started ror
Frisco. Before going, however, he
assured bis friends and lawyer that
he knew how to protect himself and
said that having the money in a New
York draft was certain to protect Mm.
Arriving In Frisco be had little
trouble In locating his friend and In
frndlng the pool room. He was shown
several thousands ot dollars on a table
from which pile he was to be paid
when one be convinced them of his
financial ability.- He showed his New
York drart In evidence. They "could
not receive this," they aald. "but they
would help him to cash it." Thla he
did and went to the den his friend at
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