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MORNING ENTERPRISE. SATURDAY, MARCH 18,
. OREGON CITY, OREGON
C. E. BRODIE, Editor and Publisher.
im master Jt
' "Entered aa aecoed-claea matter J sa
lary . 111. at th poet offlea at Orf rn
Orv. Oraawn, tinder the Act of March
tems r suuctiPTtoii.
Ona Tar. by mall ..
(lis afnntha. by mall
Four Mnatha, by mall.,
week, by earlier....
'.- .avcmuw iatej
rirat Pans, uer incn 11 ret lneertta..',.leo
Ftret Pa a. oer tneh added litaartlona. .lte
VMftewJ twialtlnn anv naae. Mr men
flrat Ineertkm.. 10
.Preferred poeUloe) any pace, pee Inch
BdJed mavrlkma.. ..i...lc
Run nap other thaa first pas, par Inch
flrut Insertion. 13c
Run paper othar than first paare, par raoh
added SJaertlone So
Lorala 1o par Una; to rea-ular adrar
tteers tc line.
Wants. For Rata. Ta Rant. ate., ona
cent a word first maarttoa; owe-aaJf cant
Ralea for adyertlamB Hi tha Weekly
KnTerpriee win oe im eame mm in e
dally, tor advertteemente art especially
for tha weekly. Where tha adrertlaement
la transferred Imn tha dally to tha week
i. wit nasi rhanre. tha rata will ba to
aa mcb for ma of tha paper, and lOo aa
Inch for special position.
Cash should accompany order where
party la unknown In business offtoo of
Lacal adrartlaln. at lecal advartlsfog
Clrcua advertising and special transient
advertising at lac to 10c an Inch, accord
ma to special conditions jo rem I nf tha
Tire Bale" and Bankrupt Bala" adver
tlaeoirnta Kc Inch first Insertion: addi
tional Insertions him matter Mo Inch.
News items and wall wi-ft'en arttclea
of aterlt. with Interest to local readers,
win ba tladly accepted. Rejected manu
scripts never returned unless accompan
ied by ataaioe to prepay poetace.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
March 18 In American History.
1782-Jobn Caldwell Calhoun. Ameri
can statesman and leader In the
"old sooth." born: died I.
IflCS - General Sohojler Hamilton.
" grandson of Alexander Hamilton
and reteraa of the Mexican and
civil wars, died: horn 1SJX
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.!
Ran aets 6.-0(1. risen MH: moon rlees
lOOB p. m.: 9 p. m- eastern time, moon
In conjunction with Jupiter, passing
from west to oast of tha planet. 1
oVj.Tee sooth thereof.
play acroaa tha face of tha man. In
carcoratod twice aa loot aa ba ought
In California tha move la taking
definite form and tt should In every
Stata la tha Union. Legal bualneaa
should ba expedited In all branchea
but especially la thla true whera poor
men are In Jail without redreaa. Tha
courts can do much to remedy tba
evil, so too can tha lawyera aid In put
Una- thins legal on tha proper footing
.- But by all meana both lawyera and
court officials ahould do all In their
power to expedite court buslnesa.
YOUNG PEOPLES CLUB
BUOYS SOCIAL DAf(CE
MoLOUGHLIN HALL SCENE OF
. The entertainment given at tha Mc
Loughltn Hall Thuraday night waa a
decided success. Tha arrair waa given
under tha auspices of tha St. John s
Younx People's Club, and waa In honor
of St Patrick. i
Every number on tha program re
ceived ita share or applause, ana en
cores ware responded to. Tha follow
ing were the number: Piano trio.
Misses Anna McMillan, Rosa Justin
and Ruby Nuttal; rocal aolo, Mlsa Cla
Barclay Pratt; piano and violin selec
tion. Masters Joseph uauxe ana uu
Brady; rocal aolo, Frank Busch, Jr.;
epilation. Miss Matilda Merer; vocal
aolo. Mlsa Maria Friedrlch: piano and
. . w . ft
violin selection, trans busch nuu v
ear Woodfln: chorus. "The Harp That
Once Thro' Tarae Hall." St. Johns
School Glee Club: piano aoio, uscar
Woodfln; piano duet, Misses Marie
Sheahan. Sadie Clancey; vocal aolo,
"Kathleen Mavourneen." Mrs. Edward
Sheahan; address. Frank Collier, of
Portland; chorua. "Star Spangled Ban
ner," St. John's Glee Club.
YOUNG LAD TAKEN UP.
Judge Beatie Consigns Him to Boys'
and TilrtS' Ala society,
navirf im Have, a boy of 16 year
of age, who has been in thla city foe
the past six "months, waa yesterday
taken In charge of byjChtef of Police
E. L Shaw. Haya' mother and father
are both dead, and he has nea living
relative In thla State. A brother la
claimed by the boy to reaide at Lo
Angeles. California, but he too la with
out a home. Hays waa taken to Port
land by Officer F. A. Mllea, and turned
over to the care of the Boys' and
Glrla' Aid Society. The boy has been
since coming here
The following are those registered
at the Electric Hotel: H. M. Faler.
United States Army; A. A. Larson and
wife. W. S. Barnes, Portland; XJ. A.
Gilmore, Salem: B. Anderson and wife,
Port Orchard: Mrs. Gus Hulton. E. A.
Swanson. V. E. Mcllwain. A. Ballard.
Elsie I'tlger. V. Weodeo. H. J. Atche
son. P. U Campbell, Tom Letron. Port
land: Homer McCormatk, F. B. Smar.
YV. A. FINLEY NAMED
First Confirmation for' Member New
Board of Fish Commissioners.
V. A. Finley, of Jennings Lodge, a
leeturer of the National Association
Adubon Societies of America, baa been
named by Gov. West as a member of
the Board of Fish Commltmionera for
h. tate The novemor has not
. HOW MUCH DID TAFT KNOYVf
'. Since Theodore Roosevelt has made
bis visit to the Southwest the news
is given out that he has made arrange
ments to organize a brigade of Rough
Riders and go to wax In case there la
en milkfetb leteMii ttila Miintrv e n ft
'Japan. -And the further Information
la volunteered that there waa a plot
between Mexico and Japan to permit
the latter to establish a coaling ata-
. tlon on the west coast In payment for
aid la putting down the rebellion.
Can it be possible that President
Taft and his War Department were
wise to these movements and that the
recent military maneuvers were an
offset calculated to cause Mexico tc
' turn to ua, or In case that was not suc
cessful to pot Mexico In the hole
where we could crush her along with
There waa evidently something un
der cover that the President did not
deem It wise to reveal at the outset;
but on the other hand he felt that it
. u n.
waa time In met. and did act Thai I numvl all the members of this Com-
rfr&l have beet) un-
. iwia jeftuau muu meiiru are LrVwVcntsr- u"0"'M .
ou. a. allies and friend. w, probably ,
be accepted wltboutany argument. Rtven official confirmation and Mr.
In such a case It may have been wise Kinley went to Salem Friday to con
to move the troops and then atk the "lt with Gov. West In the nter
country If It .3 the Judgment of lne , J" SJKl S-K
people that it should be done later. of7 guch jra, and his friends are
If Mexico and Japan were plotting hoping 'hat be will accept and get to
It la evident that Mr. Taft's movement ! buslnesa at once.
checkmated them at the ouset of the
Not "Back to the Farm,
But "Back to the
y rvefeseer L. M. SAILBY. Authority aa clantia Aarlculture.
HE BIG CITIES CANNOT RELIEVE CONGESTION BY SEND-
ING PEOPLE -BACK TO THE i LAND," BECAU8K nawiar
WILL ONLY BE TEMPORARY. WOULD RATHER SAY
. ...u -.uAinn mm -BACK TO THE VIL-
THAI ini twnwn w,,ww--
. a.. ..muu TMI REMOVAL OF FACTORIES TO SMALLER
TOWNS WOULD ENABLE THE EMPLOYEES TO HAVE THEIR OWN
GARDENS. - i ... .
fen .1-.1 . ent lnnrn than nntvf.nirth IIVPil Oil
the farms, nd I believo that iu 102( not tnon tl.mt ot.o tifili will l
on the farms, and that will bo enough.
W. .re, PAR55TNO' OUT Or 1CU HAU UWLIUIum. .....
tl, iticrt'aso of Production, due tv scicmf and to tlio nmltlpliouti-n
of fartn machinerj, which increase the pmlnotivo jr of the
at man. . - . ..
Yet I that does not mean tnai pmnionor .urrrn-n.j.-. ".
th-Ut,ee hand, the VALUE .OF FAIttrs K TWRFASryO .
Wants nlwnrra Account Dessrtion
urv.R Sklrrln haa Mled a ault for
divorce against her husband, Harvey
R Kkirvln. to whom aha waa married
In August, 1901. at Iloieman. Montana.
KfjaiiiUK tut uiuufLj vg .umivii,
Ira. Skirvln clalma 'her husband de
serted her and her little daughter.
Doris, and haa failed to provide for
either during the paat year.
Artisans Have Social Dance.
Tha Artiaana Initialed .thre candi
dates at the regular meeting Thursday
evening., Five additional appllcatlona
for membership were received. A
pleasant social time, with dancing,
waa had at the close of the business
session. , Tnere waa a large attend
Barclay School vs. McLoughlln Insti
A . has hall eama waa nlared on
the Canemah Park diamond Friday
afternoon. The game waa called at
3:30 o'clock, and there were some good
playera In the learns. Those taking
nart In tha ram were the teams of
f - c
naMtltt aoktml lltil f r I All eh 11 n Inatl.
lutes the score belne to .9. " t
Klils Wildcat Ntar.Celton.
fharlM ttnnter of Pnlton waa 111
Oregon City on Friday having brought
with him the akin of a wildcat he.re-
cently killed near bis home. The ani
mal was of medium site, and Mr.
Hunter atataaa there hav han a num.
ber of these animals In that section
iring the winter.
SHERIFF MASS GETS MAN.
Not Certain He Answers to the De-
acriptloh Of Accueea. .
Reports earn to Sheriff Masa in
thla city at a late hour Friday stating
that a man answering the description
of the one charged with being the
murdered of Barbara HoUman, of
Portland.. waa Been about Logan and
advising htm to come" out and put him
under arrest. l .
The Sheriff at nee left for that
village to Investigate the rumor. At
a late hour he returned to the city
with a prisoner but It waa Impossible
to determine whether or not he was
the man wanted. ' 1
Miss Alice Thomas and Misa Lat-
etta McGregory, two prominent
young ladies of Oregon City, were in
Willamette on Sundar and were the
guests of grandma Rivera.
Joe Parrlsh and family returned
to their home at Highland the first
of the week, after a visit here.
W. Rhyner. of this place, who is a
contractor, baa been awarded con
tracts for several buildings In
Many atrangers have been recent
ly aeen 16 Willamette, looking for
l.wallnna - .
Charles Kanney's father-in-law
and family departed Wednesday for
Centralla. Wash., where they have
purchased a farm.
time, vacant i
ROOSEVELT TO EIGHT
If JAPAIIJAKE8 WAR
WILL ORGANIZE DIVISION OF VOL
EAGER TO JOIN WITH HIM.
Al M'OrRKUi'K.' N. M . M"'h .,7'
i. was learued here today that bo
Zr. U..'l H h're Wedne.d.y. frm-r
wdV;, Hoi-vei. 7i;'r
cavalry to light Japan, ahiujld the oo-
caalon arise. . ,i,.t the
Colonel Itooaeveit an....v- ..... -
JsiMinese menace on the western coi
tt Mexico waa of the moat aerloua im
of Mexictt w
Mend, ie e h. T the M-nl r war
KSm a'k Prealdent faff- Pjr
Sum to organUe a lv" ' If be re
cruited solely in me a....
Varlmia r'"Kh rldera -m,
u.t they hd
alotis In the ft ,m "Itiea.
""colonel Kooaevelt ram. , h. from
Fl Paso, where II la aald Inside inior-
co startled him into making '''
Uv. .rrangement. to go to Iht front
It the necessity ahould ariae.
1 waa said thla afternoon --
onel R,velt had been to f
entire Pacific st was lined wim
Japanese. ,.. , . lh. m0.IU-
The onijr ev.-
katum n. could give waa ll-
department baa '"'"Vik.do and
aareement between the mikado ana
Prudent I)!., whereby Japan waa to
get a coaling base on the wes coaal
of Metloo aa the price for '
Oppressing the present rebellion.
ORDERS TO HURRY HOME.
PAHAOKNA. Cal.. March 17 -MaJor
Lord Tweedmoutb aud Ird InneaJver
left hurriedly for Rngland loday. hav
i i In ranort for duty
Immediately upon receipt of a cable-
gram from me unuan wai r
. . ......,. who la a malor
In the Royal Horse tluarda. and I U-rd
Innes-Ker. who is a iieu.eu-...
First Royal pragoons. bad planned to
soend the entire season in aoutn-m
The summons came uirevi.y
...... n ataia fur war. Neither
of Ihe officers would make any aiate-
ment aa to their aurnea aeia..u.e ....
evening when interviewed at Ibelr
hotel, except that the ordera came un-
MAY OET POSTAL BANK.
clety. The boy haa been Many peopie ot mis piace are
barns around thla city Effie M. Chamness and J. W. Mlnnla, busily engaged In making gardens.
. of Portland, were r ranted atnarrlaae . Church Notts
license on Frldar afternoon bv Count f ' Rvanseltcal church. Rev! E. Rade-
Clerk Mulvey. ' ' bauah. itaator. 8undar school
At the present time, vacant i uav Ba In Position to
houses are at a nr-mlum In Wlllam-, Senator Bourne May Be In posh on te
PtUTLANl. Or.. March 17. Port
land may have a poeial aavluga bank
after July 1. Copies of the new poaial
law received by Poatmsster Merrick
I ..... - - .. I. I I d
lstor. 8unday school at ; show that while tne apiiroiria..
m.. nrearhlns ll;30 a. m. by f for ISiXMKK) onlyT which la much too
Prohibition Amtndment Defeated. I pastor. V. P. A.. 7 p. m., services. II ; small to" permit of the Installation of
rkE-a univra - . . - . .... n'.j.Mj.. ...inn-tiknii in all eltlea. vet no city
i'i-o ... w i iu. m, .Ti i -ii i . . ( p. m., pi a j rr nieriins weuv-euaj iM,ua - -- - .
Prohibition by constitutional amend- evening, teachers' training Wednesday j la named wsp-clally for a lana. ilia
ment has been killed bv the Iowa leg 1 evening and choir practice Friday 1 possible that one could be aeoureu lr
islature. " evening Portland tinder the terms of Ihe law,
PUSHING THINGS THROUGH
There la a movement on foot not
Will Worship at Episcopal Church.
The Woodmen of the World will at
tend religious services at St. Paul's
Episcopal church. In a body. Sunday
evening. Services appropriate to the
occasion will be held and Rev. Robln-
i.n will nreach a sermon that will
general and not organized, but It may haw In mind ihe better things of the
be any day to see If there cannot be ', order. j
. . . . i fiundav Even aa at BaDtist C
workei out a reform In the methods i ' ;
employed forthe punishment of men
accused of crime. In the case of men
Correction as-to Bouta Won.
' of means who are accused the plan by the P. R. L A P. Co. employes. In
Is to drag out the trial until the public f e,lwool?, ,n 2 ".w. mIv Z Kd
" , tween Kid Main, of this city, and Kiel
is nauseated and the wan goes free j jilirmt 0f Portland. Burnslde won
or gets off light. Where the man U ; the first bout, the second was' a draw
noor he Is kent In tail In excess of and Main won tne tnira. in tne ac-
what he should serve for the offense
because of the slow actions of the
court. The poor man suffers double
the stipulated penalty and tne fiAi
mat. .a.vau llf.U l .m..
count In Friday's paper the first and
third bouta were awarded Just tbe op
posite to this and Just contrary to the
result, though the contestants did each
win a bout and "draw ' on the second.
man serve little If anv ns.rtlnn r.1 ' rVld Main IS ring umil" "I VHCl
what Is due him. And to argue that ! Caru,nej
it evens up doesn't make the smile I Head the Morning Enterprise.
Value of Dreams as
an Aid to the
t Dr. JOHN D. QUAXKENBOS, Pioneer of oul Analysle In tha Trettment
V YOU HAVE A SOUL PREPARE TO SUBMIT
IT TO MEDICAL ANALYSIS. IP THERE IS
SOMETHING: WRONG WITH YOUR DIGESTION.
OR YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM DONT TELL
YOUR FAMILY PHYSICIAN WHAT YOU ATE FOR
DINNER. vJUST STATE , WHAT .YOU DREAMED
We can dream more in a minute than we can act
in a year, and we onlj remember the dreams which
come to ua in the moment immediately preceding
waking. Besides, it it TOSSIBLE FOR A PHY
SICIAN TO SUGGEST WHAT DREAMS HIS PATIENT
SHALL TIAVE. I have been doing that for the last twelve years.
The value of unsuggested dreams isn't worth an ioU in a court of
' justice. . ' - . . , """ r -:
The Kind That
Our New Steel Die Embossing
Machine IS THE THING
Arc You A Money Savt
Meat avary t.oeata to U a mensy ttV(P ,0
Soma aspect te save whan th.lr lnm , irT' ,
' save whan thalr aapanaea are Use. ,,r hr ,
people who welt tiMH they oan aava without en-aet
savel thoy wake up earns .ay flllsd with rogrtti kaau.7'il1' .
tunitlta thty have missed. " tt tK,
The moral 1st Begin reflular saving t hl baah -u. '
the Ineoma, make the outgo a little less and save tS. -T-1
It's a simple matter to start a savings account here. ''
The Bank of Oregon City
D, C. I.ATOlRKTT Prealdeot
B t .
THE FIRST NATIONAL BAto
of OREGON CITY , OREGON
Tranoaeis a 0norol ianklna; wolnooo.
i..rii.ularW If Senator Dourno be-
coinva chairman ot the poatofflre com.
m U lee of the Mriiate. aa la nianiy proo-able.
NO SPECIAL SESSION.
Sanats Clerks Find "Missing Links"
to Proceedings of That Body.
HAl.Ky. Or.. Marrh 17. lrst Aa
slsiant Chief Clerk Jul Hunt or the
donate completed the lateat and Anal
revision of the Journal of proceedings
or the Senate or the twenty-slitb lea
lalatlve aeaalon this morning and
turned It over lo the Merreiary or
Mtata he nrM tared for the nrlnter.
Clerk Hunt cleared up many allaht dla
rrepamiea and various ' misainf unaa
wer supplied by Mr. Jluat and kla
aaalatanla durlns the course of thla
last re vial on by a dlllcent search la
( kief Clerk K. II riagg a Juuk lte.
Tkeie are allll -mlaalng llnka" that
never wilt be found but which are or
no sufficient Importance aurb aa pill
require a special aeaalon to clear up.
WOULD BREAK JAIL.
I'OHTLANU ON March 17. Aa al
tempt waa made In the county prison
Wednesday nlaht at a Jail delivery.
When Jailer I'bllllps waa on the laat
round or inspection for the night, be
discovered It and lucked up tb men
responsible. That efforto wer4 made
to get out Frank rraaklya, burglar, la
apparent. It waa rranklyn wbo had
aecretmt burglar'a saw a. Four were
found In bla bunk. The plan of the
prisoner was - to saw their way
through the Inside corridor and over,
power the Jailer when he opened the
outalde, or strung door.
rranklyn la walling In the county
Jail while ppre are being prepared to
lake him i. the state prison. He waa
recrialy given IS years.
' .' e,A 3 '
In) the front rank of the
MORE EASILY REACHED
IF Q000S OONT PP.0VE C0BP.ECT
'IT IS AN EASV MATTER TO
hy trade at home?
Ilis-atise: You riamlne your pur
chase and are assured of satisfaction
tr fore Investing your money.
Iiecause: Your home merchant la
always ready and wilting to make
right any error or any ""defective ar
ticle purchased of him.
Iircauae: When you are alck or for
any reason It la necessary for you to
ask for credit, you can go ta the local
merchant. Could you ask It of a mall
Ilrcause: If a merchant Is willing lo
extend you credit you ahould give him
ihe benefit of your cash trade.
Hcraiiae; Your home merchant pays
Iwal laies and rerte every eifort to
build and better your market, thus in-
creasing the value of both City and
Ilerause: The mall order merchant
does not enlighten your tag or Iu any
way help the value of your property.
Because: The mall order merchant
doea nothing for the benefit of mar
keta or ral estate values.
I ire a use: The beat rt linen s la your
community patronise home Industry.
Why not be one of the beetT - ' -
llecanse: If yon will glvo your honto
irMTrhsiit an opportunity to compels,
by bringing your order to him In the
quantities yon buy out of town, ho
will demonstrate that, quality consid
ered, he will save you money.
High School Ball Team Practice.
The JIlKh school ball team was gly
en a prnctlce try-out rrlday afternoon
with a tram from Mount I'leasant.
Tb a gnme was a loose one and tho
score was run up to 15 to S In favor
of Oregon City. Ilaker and Telford
were pitchers and Fredericks, Smith
and Welch were catchers for Oregon
City. Thomas snd Rowland were
pitchers and King and Holmes wero
catchers for Mount, Pleasant.
Oregon City Psoplo Win Prties.
Mrs. Charles Ilurna, Jr., won the
ladles' first prize at tho sUatlng-rtnk
lti Portland on Thursday evening, rep
nsentlng an "Indian Princess." and
John Flnucane, also of this city, won
gentlemen's first prize, he represent
ing a "Cowboy." The affair was large
ly attended and waa held at East Sev
enth and Eaat Salmon streets. i
Portland Partlss Corns Hare to Msrry.
Effle Chamness and J. W. Mlnnla,
both of Portland, were married In this
city yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock
by Judge rteatle. They wero accom
panied to thla city by H. E. Joy, who
was present and acted aa wltneas. Tho
party returned to Portland Immediate
ly after tho ceremony. ,
REAL ESTATE. "
Henry V. Bauer to Patrick II. Mul-
WJT. 17.10 arres of ssmLw
township I south rssw Ztt
Auanison, 3 14 sera, J
nauer w uoyre to Eirat
acres Of aaelli.h. a l"!1,
. v.. waiiiiing in ABBla I a
lota 1. t. k sVll "hatt.
1100. -V ra
F. O. McOrew sal fcuu", .
Oraw to Kutiart a um.T r. I,
section Jt. lownshlp l l0,5!l
ea-ti alw Uml In aitJoTto 1
1 south, rang, ,u,. tu
Company Umlled. Iota i
in. Oregon City; t
R. II lli-alla I. a... .
. Ham )tm,
Company Limited, the sortisnTS!
ter of the southeast swn7e!w-:
oaat quarter of sectioa 11 totask i
sottth. range least; lut?
R. a Beetle to Butan hsahaii
Company, IJmltad. the aonkeW
-"' v e euwin, rsanlsia I
R. tt lieatl. u orsts 4s k
II. JJ. block I. PleUttkBai
No. I: II to. ""eiins
r. D. Ilaynes sal ttk
llaynea. to U N. Briseisar.
aereo or D. L, C. of K.lu3
wife, township tout., turn I m
also land In sectioa 1L waynTj
south, range I east; Hunt ,
Carl J. falrao to Jnaept L rinne
I acres or sectioa 11, a, fi.ast
township smith, rsase I east; tit
Oreoaa Clle MMa
The genera) taodearv af ttt
kets la upesrda, n tkk fc eaat;
ao in me ppMiuce lifts, n kan
vMtw mm , ana a mw oe;
coming on and Ike ta tlswa Bat
for the present wlster Mae, St 0
mand la downward. Bit tat sew
ss a whole te a trite awe (Im
wHb but few ceMsvatlilei ems:
APPLES-G004 spews in ks
mand yet and the price h tear'
better prlres for r4 stork; ttv
enough K4 Mark, eerer, ml
there Is DUle or ao ttw4 tot
slock at r oraw. frteei rtt
shout ?&c lo II the Vn. aitk r
choice commanditi se klrt a I
Block In band of grower. UD; k
haa been wild; It to the caen
left and they coat ikoit t
Hood Kler applet S D1H
I1J.0. ' . .
IM IT ATOKtJ There hit
stronger f-eliog la iM tt
mors Inquiry; aepeeUUy N
pose. Kancy uxk l asit
brlnalnr 1 . ed pottua .
U eondrabl local stock M
moving soma so Ut l "t t
gain much hedy. ' '
laat reixirt; ontooar
In price but other wt, J
about the same. Oslow l-"-c
and cVrrol 7J lo II
to IMS rk. cabUag fCi
run-it and rm-il
lower and demand
down lo IS with beat krt
H 50; on.e aelllni w '
FMd prices srasuttawi
elllng 111 o tiV U.
. helld eort II
weak. With wln'",
to sell and t
conquence. AU i Fr
from II to V to
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