Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, September 10, 1918, Page 13, Image 13

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    THE MORNING OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1918.
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CITY PREPARES FOR
4TH LOAN CAMPAIGN
Liberty Temple Opens Doors
for Transaction of Business
Preliminary to Drive.
STAFF OF CLERKS BUST
Immense Amount of Work Xeces-
MiT to Get Ready to Go Over
Top at Earliest Moment la
Already Cnder Way. ,
Lfbertr Temola. spotless la a new
robs of white, stands ready for the
service of the fourth Liberty loan cam
paign In Portland, having; opened Its
doors yesterday tor the transaction of
business preliminary to the message
of September 28, the opening day of the
drive, which Is to tell the sister cities
of America that the Oregon metropolis
lias kept the pace.
Local officers of the Liberty loan
forces occupied their headquarters In
the Temple yesterday, with a staff of
clerks and stenographers already
busied at the Immense amount of work
that is Incidental to the active drive
for dollars in every precinct of the
city. ,
Officers Hold Conferences.
The executive staff of the city cam
paign Is headed by Emery Olmstead.
chairman; General Guy W. Talbot, sec
ond in command ; iieuienani-Lrenerais
Julius L. Meier and James A. Cranston,
divisional commanders; Secretary Wil
lis K. Clark and Auditor George F.
Kevins. On the headquarters staff are
C. C Colt. Otto Hartwig. Charles P.
Berg and Thomas J. SwiveL The. In
dustrial committee comprises Eric V.
Hauser, chairman; H. H. Cloutler, vice
chairman, and Thomas O. Ryan, secre
tary. Conferences of commanding officers
were held yesterday with members ol
the staff, dwelling upon plans which
are to Insure quick and decisive victory
for the city when the morning of the
opening day Is reached. Through the
preliminary .pledge campaign all are
sanguine that Portland will eclipse even
her previous records in the speed with
' which her citizenry responds to the
call.
State Headquarters Active.
Similar activity U on foot In state
headquarters, where Robert E. Smith,
state campaign chairman, is constantly
busied with his aides in the preliminary
routine essential to thorough organiza
tion before the word is given to "go
get "em." Mr. Smith, who Is enthusi
astically committed to the project of
placing Oregon beyond the goal on the
first day 'of the drive, believes that the
organization now reaching completion
will prove competent to handle the
buge task allotted It.
Portland public school pupils will
have their knowledge of liberty loans
in general, and the fourth loan in par
ticular, materially Increased before the
end of this week as the result of the
war work programme outlined by L it.
Alderman, superintendent of war work
in Portland's public schools. Teachers
and pupils are to receive literature and
posters will be freely distributed. The
war programme for the entire week
is to be given over to this particular
phase of study, which Is especially
timely, as the pupils are already giving
thought to the essay contest, the sub
Ject of which is "My Liberty Bond
and L ,
Tea Gold Bfedala to Be Given
The committee In charge of the con
test hopes that every one of the 30,000
Portland pupils eligible will enter the
contest. Ten gold medals are to be
awarded the winners, one for each
grade competing. The contest is state
wide, pupils of all grades above the
third and through high school, being
eligible. There are some 270,000 pupils
In the state in these grades, about 0.
00 of them residing in Portland. The
contest will close September 27.
Contestants will not be permitted
to receive specifio help from their
teachers, but may receive any help
required from their parents.
In defiance of the old theory that
Friday the 13th is a "hoodoo." Mra
Philip Gevurtx, chairman of women's
committee on fraternal organizations
for the fourth liberty loan, is calling
her Initial meeting for Friday. Sep
tember 13. Mra Gevurts is very de
sirous of having at least one repre
sentative from every woman's fraternal
organization In the city present at this
meeting. Inasmuch as Secretary of the
Treasury McAdoo has called upon ths
women of the country to raise one
third of the entire quota asked by the
Government, the fraternal organiza
tions are anxious to play their part in
the fourth liberty loan.
if. In street, and Mrs. Jessie Stomp, ti.
Twenty-third and Northrup streets.
M 1 LLETT-LONG Prank Mlllett. 82. Van
couver banacka, and Mary A. Lone. 35, 27
Market street.
Vancouver Harriaae Licenses.
TUCKER-NUGENT John Tucker. 22, f
Fargo, .V. D, and HIM Irene Nugent. 19,
Fargo, X. D.
KAFFMAN-HENDRICKS Km Kaffman.
3S. of Portland, and Miss Catherine Hen
dricks, 20. of Portland.
HARVEY-McKILVET Perry Harvey, B2.
of Portland, and Mrs. Minnie McKJlv.y, 43,
of Portland.
SUMEKS-HOWARD John Burners. 82. of
Kaiama, Waalu. and Mies Htlm Howard. 33.
of Por.and.
SliWAHT-BODCHERE Thomas Ste-rart,
21. of Seattle, Wash., and Miss Grace
Bouchere. 19. of Seattle. Wash. .
POPE-EARLET Otello Pope. 20. of Wil
mington. uv and Miss Edith Barley. 21. ot
Wilmington. O. I
WINTER-SHARP Norman Winter, 29, of
-Nona, colo., and Miss jsaitn Bnarp, u u
Os-ilen. Utah. .
JJOSHY-BOTLE Dell Moahy, 29. sf Kan
sas City. Mo, and Miss Ivy Boyle. Zi. ol
Ogden, Utah.
b iKT-CL'-N . - I james ewm. i
Portland, and Miss Edith Count, lesal. of
rortiana.
ORTM AX-FOSTERLING Otto Ortman. ST.
of Portland, and Kiss slorenco osieruns,
Vtir in. a i.i.trv riMm ifud. 83. of
Portland, and Mrs. Grace Allen. S2. Of Sear
,1- Wa.h
- RDSS-BEXSON KODert K083. ZX. ol rot-
and. and Miss Elva Benson, 18. ot Tacoma,
Wash. . .
r:ntr.flT T.irrn T Ortl-. 8a. of Port'
i i tj vii.. a nf Portland.
PAPPAS-KENNEY Frank Pap pa. 34, of
Seattle. waan ana Jars, ttuoy ajuuw.
of Portland.
rltleld. 30. of Portland, and Miss Mary Olson,
20. of Portland.
SOHOMEK-SIEMENS Adolph Schomer, 38.
of 8C Cloud. Minn, and Mrs. Georglna tre
mens, 2S, or Portland.
FICKEL-MOORE William Flckel, 81. Of
Portland, and Mlas Josephine Moore, -8. of
Portland. .
JAMKS-rvCRAM Lewis James. 40, of
Lebanon. Or., and Miss Emma Ingram, 80.
HUGHES-ORAT Walter Hushes, 88, of
Aberdeen. Wash, and Mlas i-ueua urajr.
of Portland.
REED-DJXCW ueorge neeo, oo, S"T
and. and Mrs. Emma Dixon, 30. of Fort-
l'vwtva.. . ADFrvRAw&rd F"ennV
more. 43. or Battle urouno, ulw
Claudia Green. 81. of Dayton. O.
m nrAiotnsT.nni.VES Charles Bloom'
quiet. 45, of Spokane. Waah.. and Mrs. Emella
HOimea, Ot OI Bjinmnn aou.
WALK-OUT l&PROBED
Action of Boilermakers Taking
Half-Holiday Surprises.
6000 MEN ARE INVOLVED
FRANCE CELEBRATES FOURTH AS-
XI TEBSART OF BATTLE!.
Great Plla-rlmsare Made to Battlefields
Where Ceremonies ta Honor of
Dead Take Place.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Marriage Ucenses.
T1! KJ-TOyg Y Charles Daks, 28, 'Wheeler,
Or., sod Thelman Toney, 22, Imperial Ho
tel. THOMPSOJf - MTLES Pnenu A.
Thompson. 45. 131 Union avenue, and Mattle
allies. 49. same address.
HOLMBERG-FENTON William A. Holm
berg. 27. Everett. Wash, and Violet H. Fen
ton. 21. Cornelius Hotel.
LEWIS-STEPHENSON John R. Lewi a.
I... Tt,rkr An&rtmenta. and Mildred L.
Stephenson, legal, 60 East Twenty-eighth
street North.
BEAVER-SOARS C. R. Beaver. 82. Se
attle, sr.d Martha M. Soars. 30. Lind Hotel.
HAYE8-MORDAN Rlnard Hayes. 44. 80
Eighteenth street, and Krtatln Mordan. 43,
nst-...,.nH mnA I jw 1 nv atreeta
JEXKlXS-LAXDGRAf George H. Jen
hlne, 87. Vancouver. Wash., and Louise
Landrraf. 84. 110 Twenty-first street.
FERGrSOJf-HIflGINS John R. Fergueon,
84. Seattle, and Katharine Hlggins. 82, Cen
tral Hotel.
LTOX-SMITH Everett R- Lyon. 22. Camp
Lewis, and Bamice W. Smith. 22. Mult
nomah Hotel.
LOTKA-GKOMPO Geerg- W. Lot a. 89.
Seattle, and Elsie M- Grorapo, XL Lincoln
Hotel.
HESSTJXlC-MOrtRTSON TTti R. Hees
llnk. 4. Gl.nwood Hotel, and Margaret E.
Merii.on. 88. eame addreee.
LAUDDBRBECK-ERLANDSON Georre
B. Lauerbeek. 41: Anderaon. Ind, and Anna
C. Erlsnrt.on, 28, 7!1 Northrup atreet.
LEPBECK-roSBERO Simon Led Neck.
83. 253 Twenty-first atreet. and Hannah J.
Fx) ra berg, 32. 2T4 Twenty. first street.
FARR-PEARCB Charles W. Farr, legal.
3053 Vancouver ave.. and Myrts A. Poarce,
lasal. 91 Weirt Bmerson atreet.
8TONB-MUNDELL Charles F. Stone,
g-aL Tillamook, Or., and Bertha Mane 11.
legal. Orgj5n Hot.1.
SMALL-DICK Ferdinand D. Small. lea-aL
Tillamook, Or, and Selma Dick, legal, til hi
tntm arse.'je.
SMITH-BEDLE Bugene 8mlth. 88. Iris
aparuncata, and Eatslla Bedle. 28. same ad-
HAOJLR-ClJtK ai r
Hairar, 88, 1S
Clark. 29. 210
Twalfth street, and Sarah V.
Thirteenth street. -
VARNET-ER1CTCSOX Harold A. Varney.
2tt. Seaalde. and Nellie Ericksoa; 2S, S9 North
ZTlghteenth street.
fcH AW. FIE FIELD Frank M- Shaw. 78,
Rot.1 Eaton, and Margaret A. Fiefleld. 20,
same adilreea.
EDMCSD-SCHEUV1X Arthur Edmund.
88, 441 Roes street, and Christine 6chedtrin,
2J, T North Twentieth street.
ROESCH-B ANCOM John eReech, 22
Vancouver barracks, and HetUe M. Baaeom,
12. 804 H Fourth street.
McCABB-LOUFMAN William L. McCabe.
84. Marmot. Or., and Eva Lout man, 33, 1188
IVR WVZ.MFiTER Albert J. I.nr..i S I FORECASTS.
Aberdeen. WaatL, and Martha A. Meyer. 29. 1 Fortlacd and vicinity1 Fain gentle north'
.144 U'nneeota avenue. I wMtereV wind..
OLSON-ROBSON Harry B. 01.cn. 12, 884 1 Oregon and Washington Fair; gentle
F.ast Forty-ninth street, aad Janetis Bobson. I northwesterly winds. .. .
21. 1 Sixteenth street. I . Idaho Fair.
6WlNJ-BICiLP Harrx Swlnd, 43. 412 I KDWARD I WEXLS, Jleteorologllt.
PARIS, Sent . All France paid
tribute today to the heroes of the
Marne In celebration of the fourth an
niversary of the historic conflict.
Although the dav was overcast there
was a great pilgrimage to the batle
flelds and many ceremonies were held
n villages slowly recovering rrom uw
devastation wrought when the Ger
mans made their first sweep toward
Paris.
The nrlndnal function was at Means,
which bears the scar of the battle
four years ago. Memorial services
were held at the Meaux Cathedral ana
were attended by representatives of the
allied governments, the army, navy
and all branches of public life.
An imnressive discourse was aeuv-
ered by the Bishop of Arras on the
battlefield. Jacques lumesinl, Under
Secretary of War for aviation, made
an address on behalf of the French
government. Other ceremonies were
held In many cities throughout France.
The mvu of 80 American soiaiers
who died In the American hospital at
Meaux after the fighting at chateau
Thierry, were not forgotten.
EXTEXSIOX OF WAYS PIiAXJfED
Stan (lifer Yard Arranges to launch
Ships at low Water.
VAXCOTJVER, 'Wash., Sept. 9. (Spe
cial. 4 The ways In the wooden ship
yard of the G. M. Standifer Construc
tion Corporation in Vancouver are to
be extended at once a distance oi o
feet, making them a total length each
of 310 hi feet. This will give them a
depth of a foot below the sero mark
in the Columbia River and make them
safe for launching a ship at any time.
The extension Is ordered by the
United States Shipping Board and Is for
wide margin of Bafety. Piling al
ready has been obtained and the work
will begin as soon as possible.
"Safety First" Meeting Held.
Two speakers outlined methods of
accident prevention . at the "barety
Firm" meetlna- of yard foremen of the
Grant Smith-Porter Company last night.
It was ths weekly gathering of the men
who are organised into a committee -to
carry out safety first measures In the
shipyards.
The men who talked at last
night's meeting were W. A. Marshall,
of the State Accident commission, ana
Sidney O. Stewart, safety engineer of
the Emergency Fleet Corporation.
Tog Alarm Delayed,
The foar alarm on the Victoria harbor
breakwater will not go into operation
until September IS, it has been an
nounced by the branch hydrographio
office of the Navy. "Unforeseen con
tingencies" Is given as the reason for
the delay. Meanwhile the McLoughlin
Point fog alarm win continue in oper
ation. It la said.'
DATLT METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Sept. 9. Maximum temper
ature. 71 degrees; minimum, os aegrees.
River reaaing at A. au, e.e xeet; cimdib
in last 24 hours, 0.5 foot falL Total rainfall
ik p. M. to 8 P. M.). none: total rainfall
since September 1. 1018. none; normal rain
fall since September L 0.3T Inch; deficiency
of rainfall since September 1. 0.37 inch.
Sunrise, e:4J A. SI.; sunaet, Ta r. m.
Total sunshine September 9. 8 hours, 44 min
utes; possible sunshine, iz hours, os min
utes. Moonrlse, 11:07 A. M. : moonset. 9:08
P. M. Barometer (reduced to sea level) at
8 P. M.. 80.01 inches. Relative humidity at
Boon, 10 per cent.
THE WEATHER.
Move Declared to Bo In Violation
of Agreement With the Macy
Board; Unions May Con
- elder Question.
The walkout of 6000 bollermakers and
Ironworkers In Portland's steel ship
yards Saturday afternoon Is being tak
en up by the Macey Board with the
National head of the union In Wash
ington. It was learned yesterday. A
telegram from the Macey Board to
Federal Examiner Montague stated
that the matter would be considered
by the board in Washington and a de
cision reached before next Saturday.
Saturday's walkout was In direct vio
lation of the agreement of the men
with the Macev Board, the message
said, and It Is believed that the National
union may rescind the action 01 tne
local leaders. The Saturday half holi
day was granted for but three Summer
months, it was said, and the walkout
without warning was unwarranted.
About 6000 Portland men who quit
work at Saturday noon were back on
the Job at 7:30 yesterday morning. No
trouble was encountered at any oi
the yards. Only about half those on
the night shift struck Saturday. This
action, together with the fact that
Portland workers were the only ones on
the Coast to take such a step, would
Indicate that the men may rescind their
vote before next Saturday, it is Be
lieved.
L Less than 10 per cent of the men
who went out were at me meeting
Friday. It was said authoritatively yes
terday. Manv of the men were not in
symDathy with ' the action. It is said.
rttumors were astir yesterday of a mass
meeting, of all local members of tne
union, at which the matter wouia db
threshed out thoroughly.
The ShlDDlng Board end of the situa
tion will be taken un today by District
Officer J. F. Blain, of Seattle, and Fred
Pape, assistant district officer, upon
their return from San Francisco.
DREDGEilEN MAT MAIL CARDS
All ot Draft Ages Unable to Beach
Homes in One Day.
Emoloves on rovernment dredges lo
cated alone the river are expected to
carrv out their draft registration re
sponsibilities Tuesday by filling out
the cards and mailing tnem to ais-
trict boards, at least such a plan was
thoue-ht of yesterday. The fact many
of the men maintain their homes in
other states, and could not reach t lem
In a dav. Is expected to do away with
a holiday, mailing the cards being re
garded the speediest means of com
plying with the law.
On the dredges usinooi ana i.iat-
sop, engaged on tne lower tjoiumtjia
and which move under their own pow
er, the crews wiu no aouui teBiai
t Astoria. Steamboat owners will
make provision for their men being
registered that day, and, no doubt, ea"ch
crew will be allowed time for the task
at the most convenient point.
SBXP'S OFFICERS DUE TODAY
TOOTH PASTE
A Safeguard Against
Tooth Decay
Niiiety-five otit of a hundred
people are said to have "Acid
Mouthed ' ,
1 Many authorities regard "Acid- '
Mouth" as one of the chief
'causes of tooth decay The
daily us6 of Peheco is a safe
guard against decay hecause
firstit thoroughly cleanses the'
teeth.
Second it neutralizes the ex?
cess of acid and imparts a de
lightful sense of cleanliness to'
the mouth and teeth.
You can prove its cleansing power to
your own satisfaction by, one trial
brushing with Pebeco.-
Sold by druggists everywhere
ITOUR SIOW IS QUR BONO)
AMUSEMENTS.
Pledge to'
Boy W. S. S.
Regularly
19 19
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Masters and Engineers for Steamers
Are Coming From Seattle.
E. J. Griffith, head of the Northwest
division of the sea service bureau.
is expected to arrive In Portland to.
dav from Seattle, bringing with him
several masters and deck officers for
ships now being; outfitted In the Port
land harbor.
For the steamer Clackamas ne will
brinar a master, chief engineer and as
sistant engineer: for the Kineo, Ma-
kanda Anoka and Bell Brook, chief en
gineers, and for the Issaqueena a mas
ter and chief engineer. All the officers
are either from the East or from Se
attle. Changes of masters were reported
yesterday by the customs Inspector as
follows: O. J. Hosford, to replace E. K.
Robertson on the Charles M. Oriner;
Eugene Hayden. to replace A. J. Geer
on the Stranger.
TBATMXG FOR SHIPYARD SEEN
Technical Education for Workers
May Be Given In Night Schools.
Technical training for workers In
Portland's shipyards may be provided
for by establishment of night schools
by the Emergency Fleet Corporation if
sufficient demand is manifested, it was
announced yesterday by C. W. Tebeault,
of the service section of the Shipping
Board.
A blue print class at the Maryland
Shipbuilding Company's plant In Sollers,
Md., was the experiment that induced
the shipping officials to extend the
school syBtem, it was stated. Men can
prepare themselves for better positions
at slight expense, it is said. An im
mediate and popular response Is ex
pected from shipworkers here when the
question is put up to them.
COMPLETELY SOBER NAVT AIM
Hard and Fast Order Regarding
Liquors Is Issned.
An order supplementing general or
der No. 373, and providing that no
liquor shall be sold or supplied to men
in the Navy, has been received by
Ensign Spauldlngi of the naval intelli
gence office. Formerly men were per
mitted to have liquor outside the 10-
mile zones in private Homes.,
The order reads jis follows: "Outside
said zones neither beer, ale, wine nor
alcoholic drinks, whether alone or with
some other article, shall be sold or sup
plied any person' belonging- to the
naval establishment anywhere in the
United States except by a regular
physician or by a United States medi
cal officer."
Marino Notes.
Insneetlon of the Nestor, towboat now ply-
Ins at St. Helena, was eompleted yesterday
by the United states steamvessei inspection
service. Annual inspection of the Colwell,
a tugboat, will-be finished today, while the
first inspection 01 tne western cornet.
SS00-ton steel vessel, will be completed to
day.
j. w. Hall, asisstant supervisor of wooden
shipbuilding for this) district, will leave
this morning- for Philadelphia, where he will
preaent to Charles M. Echwab plans for the
new tpve OuOO-ton Columbia River ship.
Fishermen with sea experience will have
chances to train themselves tor second
ad third officers of merchant marine ves
sels at a Fortlana, Me., scnoou a rmc
Coast school is contemplated.
Charles stoeber, chiez engineer or tne-ca-
ponka, was changed to the Manada yester
day to replace William Boyden, taken til
suddenly Sunday.
Formerly optometrist add member of the
Naval Militia, Earn Goodman la now in the
Quartermaster's Department of the Navy at
Bremerton, Wash.
The Willamette River will drop still lower.
It was predicted yesterdr.y by the United
States Weather Bureau. Yesterday the river
was but 3.4 feet above low water, a fall of
half a foot from the Sunday reading. Lack
of the usual early Fall rains is given as the
renson fo the low stage.
TOO I. ATE TO CLASSrFT.
1017 FORD touring, in excellent condition,
new tires. $500 today. 12 Grand ave. N.
East 82. ,
WANTED To rent sleeping room in private
family; bungalow preferred. K. 496, Ore-
srnrrian.
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JHE CEV7ACT G OHPAHfi
srs Know Tiiat
Genuine Castoria
xiavv a jo m ft
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In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
Dancing Tonight
&! 9 Rins;ler's Cotillion
rWS l-th OM Wash.
Come and hear that
wonderful new Jazzy
Orchestra. Ball-bearing
sprinsr floor. In
formal every Tors,
Wed., Frl., and Sat.
Etc. Dancing lessons
private, and class
given daily by the
best Instructors.,
F.lRht Lessons St 5
B DWY. 33S0, A 3351.
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OFF HELP,
DOES OWN WORK
Airs. Tobolt Astonished at Re'
suits of Tanlac Gains 20
Pounds. ,
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
I assui.joLvi,-w '
ths eawraus soatMtav, new voss i
"Some wonderful things happen In
this world, and the way Tanlae has
restored my health and built me up
Is one of them, said Mrs. Paul Tobolt,
of 916 California Ave., Butte, Mont- in
one of the most interesting and re
markable statements yet published In
connection with the Master Medicine.
'My trouble started about two years
ago, she continued, "and I have sim
ply been s, nervous wreck ever since
until now. Last January I went to the
hospital, where I was told that my
whole system had become poisoned by
an affected appendix, that an opera
tion was my only hope and It was
doubtful If this would save me. So I
arranged to have my children cared
for. In case I should not see them again,
and submitted to the operation. Well,
the operation was done with so much
skill and I was so carefully nursed
that I finally got out of the hospital
and was home with my husband and
children again. Then I picked up won
derfully for a little more than a month.
when I began having terrible pains in my
back over my kidneys. My appetite left
me and nothing tasted right; I was con
stipated, had fearful headaches and was
so nervous I could hardly sleep. I fell
off until I weighed less than a hun
dred pounds and was so weak that it
was an effort for me to get about at
alL
"Finally my husband suggested that
I try Tanlac, as it was being bo much
talked about, and the results have as
tonished us both. I couldn't see much
improvement on my first bottle, but
with the second my appetite got Bet
ter, I commenced to feel Improved and
was surprised when I got on the scales
to find that I had gone up to one hun
dred and eight pounds. Well, the third
bottle did wonders for me, relieving
me of ail pain and headache and mak
ing ma want to eat up everything. I
now weigh one hundred and eighteen
pounds, making a gam or more than
twenty pounds on three bottles, and
fra wondering what my fourth bottle,
which I have Just started taking, will
do for me. I sleep like a healthy child,
never waking at night at all, and reel
lifce I could eat five or six meals a
day. I dismissed my hired help four
weeks ago. after eighteen months'
steady service, and since then I have
done all my own housework, cooking
and everything. I have no more dull,
drowsy, bad feelings and life Is a pleas
ure to me. I can't praise Tanlac enongh
for what It has done for me."
Tanlao is sold In Portland by the Owl
Drug Co. Adv. .
"TICKET SALE OFEXS TODAY.'
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