Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, December 23, 1915, Page 4, Image 4

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    T?re sioKTOXGORrGoyiAX tiitiksday. DEcnrpEis 23, 1915.
PROMOTER OF TRIVATE CHARITY SCHEME W HO IS SUSPECTED OF
BERLIN SAYS TURKS
DEFEATED BRITISH
AHGEL OF POOR IS
ARRESTED AS FRAUD
MERCENARY MOTIVES.
Store Open Till 10:30
We commend to your consideration the unusual variety and excel
lence marking our Holiday lines. Never in the half century of
our business life have we so closely met the desires of the thou
sands who look to us for the appropriate gift glance through
these titles, each represents a complete line not broken or frag
mentary remnants.
Voluntary Retirement in Gal
lipot Denied Drive on
Saloniki Predicted.
Creditors and Employes of
Irving P. Och!cr Clamcr
at Courthouse for Pay.
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CHURCHES DENY SUPPORT
WrII Orxljrd Crrlt ! Op
erated. optoa a ad Credit
I Vla.M talked u4 IU-taarant
( Cltj Arm Victimised.
' I-vi- I. 0SUr. seed :t. ac
f ami t after eaataace fur a nUf of
e(rea. t u a mi? "i
W4 14 te lt' eta employment b-
tea. .-on. tni a:mea trt. fitted
it a itiw f e.:.e I tne fie a
):i'Vtii 'iMrnc aaj Uonc.l in
I hru:uil Riil Ubiety wlta ery P
fe.rj. a ef It fcln a bona fid oa-
ttif.rianf micl ffrt a aa -I:1i.b4
a I of rejn a .caeied
a Kitrn of benevolent charity that
waa aa iicealaee a It would
f.';ta: t hxn. aa4 aia ataaa aal
aeu eary. U of creUit aa4 rea
ta asm: i-". "
6:f J. ia caa At.n kom: .t
f it wi:a -ro.-ery e:re eivU fiiraitar
sen
A, m.fi la hi ee.terprle.
k Bad . la. printed. Tk h
lnee.l4 4 cC IK e;r'e
in.) eruon; trie clurtso. la tact.
wa arrn-sT fjr a "tar d-y" f-r th
! aa4 lor Ctrl t eeil th. la
ii:i!mi 4tt4 that the coarchee
h.4 ga'.Mti to d wit ki ac&aave aa4
tut oaai.r wa e tam wit&oat
ett'lri".V.
-! ac-orJ:oitr iu rrt4 y
teri If t'asutr Coaatabl. Mroi ti
a chart f ila a wia !'
aa a.a-neii aatn. It w a developed
tut uehtr b4 tar, autcmohiiae tol
iKtiat Ttii3 ( &Ka coul4
ctt.a .oi l.
A t&. chra. nocoTr4 i-jrlnt
ti. la. IL W. tr.irr. rreprl.Cor f th.
Iua.a koiw t !1 'lrt tr. n4
c.tnP;int h'torm tft tttrWt Attora.y.
rBr!nf ti.r lta url
i:u.i wcrta ot f.U aa (U rt(i
MH'C.CU T3 arras x.m.et w tht CVM.r
w.jiiil :v4 Iba o"rti. iwt wtta a
t. kt p'uit-h4 ita ta. amount to a.
i ow (root . cat to ii riaU At
ti .ftii s( ttxm moatn a. w. t. r4a
tic la cwa. Th. la.Mttf atioa aow4
tlttt t. :4 ingat cf la. paacb4
t.t .e for amait amauata aaj for
ttlvfi or anr otnr arttcto of
Mun i ri. I '. Wasaiactoa iifMi,
hlii I ! worta of taa.a puacliJ tlrfc-
c. M. fc &a4 bf Briata4 br Uadl.r
r r ilm' raatauraat. oa riatmoa aaar
"t r 1 .rraat. Io victimise for
Ilk inr oatiRCitoua la rloa
art of ta. atoarntowa d!trlrt w.r
nuM for a -noun t. raajiaf frota 1
t I : i xt trio ct.'U-u:.
To aaCaol an Ma cr4.t ka rfatl
that ha k4 !') oa 4pooit wlttt
lr r.mal.a aaaaara, aa4 kal taa
olaaa of I orctniaatioa la orl
i:n( I a taurttat waa lo rata I'.
ari'i a. hi. a t,i ron.ll.-l t ' a charltT.
x ita tfi. arr.at of Oahlr auita a at
Itrtmot vara run aii:rt all tea
( Ittt rou!4 t f ub4 tr cr.4ilor.
Amn( taaaa a aa tAo f Jrnitura firm
to it na t f tt.4 09 ta. oCiwaa. tta bill
waa aarlr 111).
Ta-r.tj-t'.a co-oka. waltara, 4!1-
tttin act otb.r attarkas of t!
aupb.. wktca ka4 ta rlaaa. war at
tla CBBrt.loiao la aickl lata la a
k.. (Umoriaf for attarkaaal tor a
Waaa a wacaa.
BUILDI.'.GS NEED HOOKS
Mate Ljtrjor C'ocnmlkairr Itat
cUm tor Safely rtrai.
U r. Or. t-. !1 f.aparlaM "X
T. Iloff. a'o Laanr fnmmMtaar. ta-
r foi-m:i r.'llaata. Fio Xtala
Hoari af Control t. ln!l kooka aa
t.la cmtaila of tka wlnJowa of t0
rttt'j.iua ar4 thr atato bH4
I11 tK.i wiaUoar ciaaaara may faaiaa
iftr kaita t than aa4 thua or.aanl
tt froo faU'.nc. Ttia koar4 la ara4
to a:t at pt to raapir Jritk tia ata:a
la " M fT mmmiiiiritioa follow:
"I wtak la ra I Tour attaatoa to
lta f:t fiat tka Xtataaa. aa4 oma
f ta artar atat. ku..4iaa ara. at tka
rraant tima witnaut propor o-iuipaaat
t. a .'c iar I wlaiow claaaara aaaiaaf
fa'Una. ttr. k.tna aa oa tco
t .( taa wtn4aw t wkuct asay
ka fa.tan4 a aafatf kalt. wklcla ara
pinraa wkaa calla.f oa ta r aaa
oaa frnra ta. otaMa ahoui4 ka com.
pal:. 4 , lr.t taal yaa will
litt tMa anattar a at ' to tka ani
taat K. prucar aafatv dalc. ana ka
lxatali'4 a all atata kui.Jinaa la rw
aaat t14ila
NOTED WOMEN TO. SPEAK
I aaa.it ke Irlrara AathorUtoa Ar oa
lIoaM-aaa.rra" r-k. Iracraaiai.
PKr'MN AOr.tTLTt'R VL COtXEIK.
roraaiua. Ic. Z I tipaclar. ) I wo
wvmaa wkMa talata will kai9 aiak
Manuautti'i' waak. January S to a.
prori'.aftia a4 attractlo ar. W Anaa
liarrawa ta.Rara' roll'aa. Columbia
I 4ifi'. Naw Tnrk: an4 Miaa A'tc
luMil. of Vaacoaiar. U C. tormarl
Of UnCaR't
M liirrowa t a arralnta af lha
fioatoa l'il;tf (ro3l ar4 kaa for 1.
aara 4iM4 kr tima batwaaa taaca
Inf at C'niumbia t'nlavraHT aa4 lactar
la katora tarmara' tnatltataa ao4
wommi rliba. rl ka wrlttn aT-
rl kullatlaa patlUk.4 fcr tka Col
in, ma B t.
U aa Atkra r.Jt.M:l. who wltl la
tlna lrtor ant 4aanatratl9B oa
varloua p.m.- of km trraonict, taa
Uia a tnamfewr of tika advliarr boa r J
r?r woman'. Inatitutaa .of PirlMaH Co
t'tmbu an4 a niamoar of lha Natloaal
lot-acii of nimit t Clta for Canada,
JACKSON COUNTY IN LINE
TaipajrrV I.ra:a I I 'orni-d to Art
.. llh Of flcJala.
vtrmRO. or. r). i; apctai
At a tuaatln; of tka taipay.ra of tka
rataty aatrdar a Jackaoa Count
Tajtpajrors' Laasua wa frrraa4. Ik
cftiaf pirpo of wklck will ka ta ao
ra-oparata with tka pubtle o'flctala la
tia alminKtratiua of lo- al aff r tkat
raatar aft. clancy mar ka ir4 an4
graas.r acoaomr attaiaa.
T laaava will ao a tomralihi to
oaf-r wlta tko Coaatr Court Ixwara
kar i roaaaralnaT tka f ortkcomln ku4
rat. ant aa af.'ort will ka ana J a lo ra
iic tao ax pa naaa for tko cetntnv yaar.
Tka Uacua kaa now aprroimatl !
tn.mkara. an4 a sraat daal of Intaraat
la kata akovm la tka work ef Ika or-(aaiaai-da.
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HAW
ADVISER
QUITS
Defense Programme Declared
Too Weak to Support
STAFFS PLANS FAVORED
Hear A- l Wood. AeronamUc
Knslncrr, Anooancr I Uhl oa
habotitatra of Krrrrtarle
of War and ay.
NEW TORK.Tt. SI Mnrr A. Wlaa
Woa4 rroraaantntlTa of la Am.rlcan
tocl.ir af Arronaatlc KnaTinaara. today
announ4 kia ralnalloo aa a maro
r of tka naval comutllr kear4
raan:ly appointaal fcr acr.tarj;
I'aoiaia. Ilia action waa takan ka aat.l,
ka-aua ba 4 appror aa Inadauat
for tko country dafanao IS iaal
pn(ramm propoaad by th Adrolniatrn-
iiod. Ila win ronttaaa. a aaio. 10
arra aa eonaultant to rormbara cf Ik
board.
klr. TVoo4 aa'4 la kl lrttr of
r.alsnatloa to rtary IaBlala tkat
k kad rur.4 -la ard.r tkat I ana l
ka Ira to attack Ik tkorouckir la
a4auat aa4 tbr.for daniaroualy
waak naval and military policy of th
rrl4at. a spr.4 la t.crtarr
(larrtaoo a and jour awn racommanda
tlo B a rut to r publicly that th
racomma r. J a tlona of lha caoaral board
of Ik !tT aa4 rn'rl ataa of lb
Array, a containa4 la Ih.ir original
ra porta, k auballtutv4 tbarafor.
-If our home a. our paopl". our in
atttatloa and our rtaTht ar worthy
of praaonraiioa at all. tny ara ntitla4
to tk lr oat Impracnabl aafasuarda
which train4 ma ran d.rla an4 our
aaormou waaltk crala."
Aftr ootitnina; tka way la wklch.
ka daclari. Ika original procramm
of tha ranaral board of tka ay auk
mtfal ta tka Admlnlatralloa laat July
ana waknr4 br lb aukatllauoa of
anutkar an4 "1m adaual pro-ajramma.-
Mr. Wood al4'
tiai ika Adminiatratloa offra a
B'l'Bar anouck) atraec'-h al aa to
raarat Ik.raoa tka flaata of Ika fora
mai pwra. nor anoaah arnt
aahora ta or.aanl tk aucv.aafal Iaa4-
,r. c of tka nrtr.la ef auck nation, for
wkU-a lkir auparlor na could
aoly rtaar tka way"
Mr. Wo4 la chairman ef the eon
faraac cemmlttoa on National pra-
ar4oa. coa)poa'4 of am orcaataa
liona workioc for National 4'fanaa.
Kak-ni Ialnrra l akaa Ucrta.
IALT.U.' Or, !- SI 5porlal)
ffflcar for tka anaulnar yaar of th
Salara anion cf Ika Ilrotherhood ef
I aiotar. Darerator and Paparhanirer
e4 A an r tea kavo baa a eiaclad aa fol
low; U-orara C. Clarka. pr-.ldnt: Sam
W. Boaoaco. ra.praldanl; W. H.
umminrlSla recording- aacr.tary: C C
Burratl. financial aerr.tary: Joha Wlk-
CORN-GROWING BECOMES
IMPORTANT INDUSTKT
IN NORTHWEST.
During th past two yr
rorn-rTOwir. In Orifori nd tha
Factfic Northwaat has mad big
tfia. In th) ifrig-al! J
tioru. as well kJ in the dry
farmtnr dUtrict. tha irrowinr ot
com hAj prorcd a ucc. In a
fw IruUncc th yield pr atr
has area xcded th highest
record of th corn-: rowing- ec
tioru ot th MidJ'i West. On
grower produced 49 bashcU of
helled corn to th acre on irri
gated land, and many yields ex
ceed ej 100 bushel to th acre.
Th quality of corn produced in
th Northwt U excellent. Th
rapid progroa fat thU feator of
agriculture mean that th rais
ing of corn eventually trill be
come on of the greatest Indus
tries in Or f goo and Washington.
Th history cf eorn-growiri;
J and a discussion of th import-
anc of th industry to th
Northwest will be presented In
th forthcoming, New Year's edi
tion' of Th Oregonian.
Och7zr-
barr. traiurr: "rrd A. Lawla. con
ductor; Arthur Hutchlnaon. Prd Laiwla
and E. T. Armilrcoi. IroiUU
J. J. BEESON BURIAL TODAY
l ornwr Vancouver Kdltor lo n Laid
to Ite4 by Oddfcllowa' Ixxle.
COnVALXJS. Or, Vrc. i3 (Special.)
J. J. Uaaaon. whoa body I to b
kuri4 by tha Oddfellow tomorrow at
Vancouver and who died Tueaday at
.v. . k. J.-I,t.r M ra (1 W.
Taylor, this city, aftar is week- III-
naa with pneumonia, was i )'
of as.
Mr. Bacaoo wa a natlv of Ohio, but
while b wa yet an Infant bl parents
moved to Kon du Lac. Wla.. where hi
...-- k.-an.A iKa -H i(or of the "Com-
rooowealth." at that time a Ix-mocratlc
ercaa. In ll tka aon of the editor
departed from th political faith of hi
father. Deram a -mvin ---and
trat Kail cat hi flmt vote for
Abraham IJncoln for rrldnt-
la H.T Mr. Hc-eaon moved to -Tort-land
and a year later he purchad the
Vancouver Independent, which he ed
ited and ubllhd uatll lilt.
FLAX MACHINERY ARRIVES
InaialUtioa 1 lo Uogln at Male
rrnltmtlary T.ajay.
FALftNf. Or.. Pee. IJ. The remainder
of th f las-break ln and acutclilng ma
chinery arrived at the Penitentiary to
day and Inetaliatlon will b:ln tomor
row. Th machinery will furnlah ia
ployrnant to prtaoner and accordin
to J. C. Cady. superintendent of the
flax work, will Inaur th aartng of
Ik ontlr crop.
Th machinery has been delayed In
arriving-, but with It Installation th
work of carlne lor th flax which has
bean dried will proceed without Interruption-
The flax In the field 1 now
belnc dried rapidly In th new drier,
and proepeeta for obtaining- th beat
.quality of flbr In th traw ara de
clared brlChU .
Sandy Koad Farmer Arrealrd.
OF:Slf.M. nr . Ir i:.(Sp-lal.)
paputy fherirt Hoy Wara ana r.awexa
lsherty arreatcd John Utruckan. a
farmer llvinaj on th tandy road. Mon
day on a warraot la.ued by lh Dla
triot Attorney oftlca. htrucken I
charted with threat lo do bodily barm
to William Tee-art. a nrlKiioor rancn-
- T.nri aiieaea that Strucken
threatened him with Injury If ho In
trfrr4 with a fence erected oo a dl
pulad fane line. Mr. trurkn J held
la euatody In Portland pendln- bond.
lll(linamen Work on Section Line.
Mnrmiiu n. rai. t S rac ; a L
-Iad" llockinaon waa k.ld up toatur-
jay evenlnc on toe aetuou
by two huhwaym.n and relieved of
II. all Ik money h poacd. Th
hishwaymea .topped Mr. llockinaon
and ouht ta buy a flh. for payment
. . . . ik.. ..n.rl a XI ulJ
plec. Whan th.y ware handed th
than. a th.y alao kpt the sold plec
and oraereoi inair -
Ta make a wia .f the werl4 aa th -
mei a a.a i -a a
la r-f--t ar linniH awnm'
E.L.PETTIS ESTABLISHES
NEW INSURANCE
Offices in the Northwestern
Bank Building
Mr. rettla announce that he win
hav no ub-acnt In Ms employ and
will devot hi entire tlm. attention
and aklll In looking ailr lb Duainea
of kla clients.
Mr. Pallia alao announce that th
new inner I to be known a the la.
Petti Co. It will writ all line
of insurance and aurety bond. It has
already been suad the agent of lh
followinr companies:
Mercantile Insurance Company of
America, which is a reorganisation or
the North BrltUh Mercantile and Inaur
ance Company of New York, with a
capitalisation of one million dollars and
aurplus of on million dollars: Ocean
Accident ax Guarantee company or Ma
don. Other companies will be added to th
agency lo du time.
Mr. Pettis will hare ntlro chare of
th agency. U has had twenty-three
years' xprinc la lha Insurance busl
neea. twelve yar of which has been In
Port land. Ka Is looked upon as one of
lha beat authorities on Insurance forms
aaa raits la Us raciXle Northwest,
ISSUE 'IS NOT SURPRISE
Itctlrcmrnt of General Rascky From
Command of Russian Northern
Army Regarded With In
temrt by Gcrmana.
BEHLrX. l London. toc. SI. The
flrat Important Turkish Tlctory on
Calllpoll peninsula is centering atten
tion on th proapect for declalve d
velopments la th eastern Mediter
ranean regloa.
According to reports received In
Berlin, th BrltUh asaert that their
withdrawal from tha u7la Bay and
Ansae positions wa voluntary. Tha
fart Is, aocordiag to information re
ceived bar, that th British were
thrown Into th Aegean Fea by the
Turklah ontlaught at Ar! Burnn and
th unit fata Is In tor for th troop
at Kliid bahr.
Th fact that th nez.t offenalv
would bo oa the Calllpoll panlnaula and
that It would raault In a Turklah
victory wa forcat In diapatcbea from
lha arm of Field klarehal von Mack-
onsen December 1. At that limctt was
evident that ther would be big de
re'lopmsnts soon la th southeastern
part of th European thaater ot war.
Ha far ther la nothing new from
flalonlkt. but It 1 only a question of
days whan th Calllpoll proceeding
will be da plicated there.
Meanwhile a new Interest la the
Mesopotamia campaign has been
derived from th official announcement
of the appointment of Vaascl, former
consul In 'cx. as minister to Persia.
Vasae! I now on a special mission lo
th Turklah headquarters at Bagdad.
Another item of war news la the
arrest Interest taken here In th an
nouncement of th retirement of Gen
eral Iluaaky from command of the
Ruaalan northern army. Obaervers of
U.neral Ituasky'a work near Vllna
when they were with Field Marshal
von Hlndcnburg's armies in September
remember that General Kuasky wa the
aucceaaor of Grand Duke Nicholas and
was th commander who saved larrt
numbers of Rnaalaa aoldler by sacri
ficing JO.OO of th Ruaalan guard In
th famous battle of Tegsagola. which
prevented Hlnd.nbarg from closing the
trap In which tha I.uaalan army had
been caught.
General Huaaky Is a better lighter
than Grand Duke Nicholas who Is mora
aucreasful In retreating. The Grand
Duke would not have slaked th flower
of the Ruaalan army on a single bat
tle as Ruasky did. especially when be
knew that they could only save time
nd could not win.
Dr. Johannes Kaempf. president of
th Rrlrhetar. today made the follow
ing announcement In the Reichstag:
-W learn that the Us. upon Penin
sula has been cleared of the English,
which means not alone the military and
moral defeat of k-nrland. but also a
triumph of the Turklah arms."
The Oversea News Agency ay:
"Private reports from Saloniki Indi
cate thnt tt atata of panic relrna there.
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Framed Pictures
Hand - Decorated
China
Casseroles
Chafing Dishes
Magic Lanterns
Hotpoints
I Dolls
Thermos Bottles
Fine Stationery
Microscopes
Hearing Appliances
Ebony Brushes
Knives and Scissors
Don't
Forget
Your
Trading
Stamps
Manicure Sets
32? IU j nr7r?ri
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The Greek ara hoatll to the English,
. k.k.va arroaantlr. The French
and Brltlah are on bad terms.
Nearly 60 memoers ot me di in
n... .-a uirina. In a hotel there.
They have formed a provisional Parlia-
ment ana piay caxua , --
while Serbian refugees are starving In
Tha nnnl rtf Ealonikl STC
VIIO owrofca. r r - -
anxiously awaiting liberation by the
central powers.
ALBANY WILL CELEBRATE
Cominnnity Clirlstmas Festivities to
Bo Friday Evening.
ALBAXr. Or Dec. 22. (Special.)
Albany will hold a community Christ
mas celebration Friday evening, and
all of the people of the city will bo In
vited. Several different local churches
have united to make this public cele
bration a success.
The celebration Vlll be held on the
gTounds bf the old Central School, un
law weather conditions are unsatlsfac-
J
fPut on a sale that .will go them all one
better. Sell the goods at actual cost, price o
convince the public as to. the honesty of this state
nerxt display prominently your private cost mark,
slioT your stoclc book and your invoices. You may
use your own Juignent about the wording of your
advertisenents and your window displays, but remem
ber you are to deliver the. goods without profit to
each and every buyer. Nothing must be done during
this sale that will cast a reflection on the rep
utation of the store.
Start this sale Saturday nbrnlng, Dcceiaber
the 11th, and continue .until Christinas.
EMIL H. LEFFERT
DIA
At Importers' Prices
At Factory Prices At Wholesale f rices
We Prove These Statements by Our Invoices and Stock Books
Our Private Cost Mark in Open Display
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Lefferi-Jewelry Co.
Opera and Field
Glasses
Barometers and
Compasses
Fountain Pens
Pigskin Novelties
Military Brushes
Accurate Ther
mometers Fine Pottery
Hand Cameras
Leather in a thousand-
useful
Forms
Fine Candies
Electrical Goods
a book or a. m h. ouk btastts
a Tiro ta urmuL pomam KAitXTm)
tory, in which contingency It will take
place In tha Armory. Rev. G. H. Young,
pastor of the First Baptist Church, is
chairman of the committee on arrange
ments. 3 SUSPECTS BOUND OVER
Attempt to Bob PostorT.ee Is Made
and Stores Are Ijooted.
MARSHFIELD, Or., Dec. 22. (Spe
cial.) In Justice Pennock's court to
day Mert Jennings. Art Baker and Fred
Uailey waived preliminary hearing and
were held to the January Coos County
grand Jury.
Mert Jenninps Is charged with rob
bing William Emery at the point of a
revolver,, and Hailey and Baker are
charged with stealing liquor from tne
Eagle saloon.
A burglar who used a heavy jimmy
last night failed to break in the door
of the Marshfield postofflce. Persons
who saw the man who committed re
cent burglaries say there Is another
Vaa-SJ--'
MONDS
Jewelry
a as w
Open Evenings
Shavers' Needs
Lunch Sets
Fine Umbrellas
Physicians' Bags
Parisian Ivory
Sweet Grass Bas
kets French Perfumes
Sewing Baskets
Shaving Mirrors
Razors, Mugs,
Brushes
Jewel Bags
Greeting Cards
Basket Bon Bons
FREE 10
STAMPS om1.;
aoda purchases In
our Tea-Room or at
the Soda Fountain
from 2 P. M. until
we close at U.
tall and short pair working- In Marsh
field. Most of the robberies of stores
have occurred, between 1 and 3 o'clock
in the morning.
HOLSTEIN EXPERT COMING
Breeder of Prize Cattle to Address
Oregon Association.
OREGOX AGRICTJLTURAQ COLLEGE,
Corvallis. Dec. 22. (Special.) E. C
Schroeder, of Moorhead, Minn., breeder
of celebrated Holstein cattle, will be
at the college during Farmers' week.
January 3 to 8, to address the confer
ence of the Oregon Holstein Breeders
Association and the State Dairymen's
Association.
During the season of 1914 Mr. Schroe
der's herd of 80 animals carried off the
leading honors on Middle West fair
circuits and at the Chicago Interna
tional Dairy Show. His animals, bred
under his supervision, have made - a
number of world records, the most re
cent in October of this year.
rders
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Until Xmas
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