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TIIE SUNDAY OREGOXIAX, PORTLAND, JANUARY 27, 1918.
llru JoMcb Brhaabt. A a rut Trlffana, H
ry Clark. Urovtr Henderson. Kalauke 8ht-
kola. John t-lre. I'loyd Wagner. Walter K.
U.wniM, Frank Anntntlk. fjenlel WCal I.
Martin K. Haon. Ll , Darla. Frank von
St. una- Kdwerd M. Kmc. Jo Weight. John
.S.w.l.n. Jeeell Wnsht. William H. Brev
ier. Antvnia Laraaona. L la N. Hayea,
TO BE HELD MAY 17
Jitimi fajie ani ierge W. Feea,
Th tliovi urn those who have felled
to return chair" questionnaires and
thoM whereabouts are unknown to the
Below are the nimti of those who
have failed to return their question
naires, but mho, It Is learned by the
board, have enlisted and are now In
Franklin M. Ripper. Eugene Klrby. Jim
w. iuimiL John A. Kolb. Lm W. Dlcken
ea. c'larenre T. Hauelaoa. J I. A. Rohtnaon.
Former Idaho Governor An
nounces Intention of Seeking
April 12 Is Final Time for Fil
ing Petitions-or Declara
tions for State Offices.
A. W. H-hrn. John J. Worlioii. WIIMam
aw Van Hay. K J. O Brlen. V. F. Smith. Pal
U Muoney. Winter Offutt. Daniel C. Put
mm. Kay Wetsel. Fred Smith. Fred A.
Turnbull. ti. K. sanetrdt. Cheetr belarla.
lrf J. KoMnenn . If. KaaUolnli. rttft-
BORAH WILL BE IN RACE
BOOKS CLOSE APRIL 16
non JohMnn, Paul Peterson. Clarence Hoard.
Claude H. Mm. Allen T. Reevea. Harry C.
F.. Haiuhr. Oeorre E. Eaathsm. Georg S.
Welale. Fred C. Hocllng. Ulr PluU-hetto.
fenator Reconsider Prclwlon to Re
Secretary Olcott Complies Chronol
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tire and Will Serk Re-Nunilnation
.itrnl and Hawley Probably
Mill He Opponent.
BOISE, Idaho. Jan. J. tUpeclaL)
The appontment of John K. Nugent as
L'nlted States Senator from Idaho to
sureeed the late James It. Brady re
moves a serious problem from th
shoulders of Governor Alexander, bat
If the declaration of James H. Hawley
la to stand. It mar cause a somewhat
embarrassing; situation for the Demo-
The appointment jives the Bourbons
representation from this state In the
halls of Congress, which they have not
bad for some years. Automatically It
relieves National Committeeman Rob
er II. Kld-r. of Coeur d"Alene. from the
responsibility of distributing Federal
patronage. Senator Nugent will do
that In the future. Elder will heeonw-
but a figurehead In place of having
the "last m ord." aa baa been the rase
for some three years. It means that
l'nlted states Marshal Tbomaaj K
Martin will not be reappointed. mr
will George II. Fisher, chairman of the
Workmen's Compensation Board, who
was indorsed by Elder, and In connec
tion with which It baa been charged
a trade was made.
Leroy C. Jones, present State Game
Warden. Ilk'ly will succeed Martin aa
Marshal. Senator Nugent Is now In
Washington, where he has already taJi
an up the Mambalshlp.
James H. Hawley. ea-Governor. who
was also considered In connection with
the Senatorial toga, and whose greatest
ambition la to represent his state in
toe senate, while disappointed, bas
made It plain be la nol ou
running. He has announced
be a candidate for the short-
atorshlp, the office to which Senator
Nugent has received a recews appoint
mnt. If Hawley stani pal on this
announcement It means that Senator
Nugent will either hare, to give jf
and run for the long term against
Venator W. E. Borah, or contest for
the short terra against Hawley in seek
lug the nomination at the primaries.
In the language of the nest, as
party leaders and politicians here view
It. Mr. Hawley has pa.aed the buck to
benator Nugent. The latter has a rep
utatlon In Haho politics as an unoom
promlnnr fighter and one not likely
to gracefully accept dictation or be
driven to any position that mleht prove
embarrassing. Ha may meet the Issue
raised bv Hawley by deciding to run
for the short term, to which be has
recess appointment, claiming that
the rules of the' game give him that
right: that It would be correct form,
politically speaking, for him to be
come a raadtdate for the term to which
be has been appointed to fill the re
rest vacancy. That would mean Haw
ley would either have Ho recede from
his position or enter the primaries
against Nugent. And so the matter
stands. The National Administration
la prepared to wage a very atrenuous
campaign la this atste in the hope of
electing aa entire Democratic deleg
lion to Congress. A primary fight
over the short-term Senatorshlp Is very
likely to spoil this programme, owing
to the friction that would be caused.
Bank ReewaaMera Move.
Immediately after Senator Borah an
jiouneed his original Intention to re
tire from the Senate after the close of
his present term. Hawley announced
he would be a candidate for the Senate.
In fact, he was In Washington at the
time. Great pressure was) brought on
Senator Borah to reconsider his deci
sion. He has decided to do this, which
means he will become a candidate to
succeed himself. Following Hawley's
announcement a strenuous campaign
was Inaugurated In his behalf. Senator
Borah's redecision made little differ
ence, aa Senator Brady was then alive
and aa his term did not expire until
1JL The death of Senator Brady,
however, changed the situation. Under
the Idaho law the appointee can only
held office until the next general elec
tion. Hawley and bia friends claim
that when the former announced his
candidacy he supposed that Senator
Borah Intended to retire.
It is probable that James F. Allah to,
of Coeur d'Alene. will be the only Re
publican candidate from the north to
enter the race for the nomination.
Frank It. Gooding la likely to be the
only Republican candidate from the
south to run. This would leave Sena
tor' Borah unopposed for the nomina
tion. So far there seems to be no
Republican ambltloua to contest for
the nomination against Senator Borah
and there is not likely to be. If the
rare for the short-term nomination
narrows down to Allshle and Gooding
In the Republican party. It Is likely; to
be a very Interesting contest.
A political summary on the' Senator
ship, therefore, would Indicate that the
fight for the two togas Is between
Senator Borah and Messrs. Allshle and
Gooding, two of whom will be that
party's candidates, and Senator .vurent
and Hawley. with the possiomiy 01 a
third Democrat entering If they con
test for the short term, on the Demo
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Joha F. Naueat. Appointed lalted .
aiaten Se eater Froaa Idaha te
re-e-c4 the Late Seaater Brady.
Ramson L "tierer. Fred C. Outhrle. Herbert
K. .xpechu Ira K. Parker, rraucla Cole an
ilarvr M. Huston.
These men, who have failed to report.
are known to be dead:
John M. Pifher ami Max Carp. tv. A
Storment enllfMerl In the Navy at Portland
October -7. 117 and died la a hospital In
New York la.t week.
USm HAD FOR ASKING
m i'PLr FOR PORTLASDKR5
AUvtaaeat aaaallrr Thaa t'aaal aad
OraVra Will Be Filled Only
Caaca ef apectae Reaaeat.
OREGOVIAN NEWS BCREAU. Wash
Incton. Jan. Zt. Repreaentatlve C. N
McArtbur, of the Third Oregon Dls
trlct, announces that be has at his dls
posal several thousand packages of
assorted vegetable and flower seeds.
and, that he will be glad to supply rea
sonable 'quantities of the aama to any
resident of Multnomah Coanty who con
templates the planting of a Spring
This years allotment 01 aeeas is con
siderably smaller than that of prevlouaj
years, because war conditions bave pro
hibited the Importation of large quan
titles that the government has hereto
fore purchased from Europe. Repre
sentative McArthur will therefore not
attempt any general distribution of
seeds, but will send them only where
they are wanted and In answer to spe
cific requests. He believes that this
method of distribution will Insure a
proper use of the seeds without waste.
Mr. McArthur also has several thou
sand agricultural bulletins at his dls
posal and will be glad to furnish lists
of the same and to fill such orders for
Jbuletlns as may subsequenty be sent to
him. These bulletins deal with numer
ous subjects pertaining; to agriculture.
horticulture, domestic science, sanita
lion and other live topics.
All requests for seeds should be ad
dressed to Representative C N. Mc
Arthur, House Office Building, Wash
ington, . C, and those who write
should state whether they want vege
table or flower seeds, or both, and also
whether they wish lints of agricultural
bulletins. Seeds will be mailed from
Washington about February 15, and
early orders will naturally receive first
Klaber Ranch Changes Hands.
CENTRALIA. Wash.. Jan. 26. (Spe
cial.) The sale of George Fret's highly
improved 33-acre farm at Klaber to
Fred French waa announced by a Cen
tralis realty firm today. The consid
eration waa 18500. The new owner
comes to Lewis County from Prairie
WIDOW AXD TWO CHILDREN
MO( R OREGON SOLDI
W HO DIED AT POST.
KELSO MILL LEADS WORLD
MrLane Lumber and Shingle Com
pany Establishes New Record.
KtXW. Wash.. Jan. :. (Special.)
The McLane Lumber Shingle Com
pany mill here can boast the world's
record for the number of shingles
turned out by a single plant In 11
months. Operating two shifts each 21
hours, the mill cut 1(5.000.000 shingles,
r 15.000.000 more than the best pre
vious cut bv any mill la the world.
E. J. McLane Is owner af the mill,
and sine It was built five years ago
It has been operating almost con
tinuously. The mill In equipped witb
FRANKLIN DELINQUENTS 40
Llt Blgr or .'elective Draft Who
Failed to Return Questionnaires.
PASCO. Wash.. Jan. !. (Special.)
Following Is a list of selective draft
men who have failed to return their
questionnaires to the local board for
joeuko .",ot a. Coat Teanouaas, Paul Aahby.
Lee J. Fluserald. rharlea J. Cooper I-e
Him. Paul L liperkni.il. ChS'l's H.hn.
Cerle Jones. Care Haalll. Felipe ften
i.r, Jamee T. WcN'aMv. tieoree A. Lea.
Clarence A. Brown. Jilrd R- Byerty. John I
N'Mweohtusea. Peter Augnostou. Joha Co-
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l.leateaanl Ivaa E. Bellinger.
SALEM. Or.. Jan. K. (Special.)'
Lieutenant Ivan Ellsworth Bel
linger, -who died January IT at
Fort Kiley. Kan., and whose
funeral was held here this week,
waa the son of the late Oscar H.
Bellinger, a well-known civil en
gineer of Portland. He was born
In Portland March 17. 1SS7. and
educated In the Portland schools.
He graduated from Willamette
Medical College In 113. Then he
spent a year aa house physician
at the State Hospital here. He
was married to Lola Belle Cook,
of Sajem. June 2. 1913. Two
children. Ivan. Jr.. aged IS
months, and Elisabeth, aged 7
months, survive. Besides the wid
ow and children, he la survived
by his mother. Mrs. Lena Matlock
Bellinger, two brothers aad a sister.
ogj on Comlno; Primary and
General Elections for Distri
bution in Near Future.
SALEM. Or.. Jan. 56. (Special.) A
chronology of election dates as apply
Ins; to the primary and general election
coming; up in the state this year, has
Just been compiled by Secretary of
Slate Olcott and will be published for
distribution within a short time to those
The primary election, the. chronology
shows, is to be held May 17. On April
IZ Is the final time for filing of noml
natlng petitions or declarations of can
dldacy for various state offices may be
filed, and also the latest date on which
matter for the primary pamphlets may
be-filed. April 17 Is the latest date
when filings of candidacies may be
made with the County Clerks for county
After April 16 County Clerks shall re
fuse to register any elector preceding
the primary election, the law requiring
that the books shall be closed for 80
days prior to the election. On May
is the latest date on which the Secre
tary of state is to forward primary
pampnieis to tne voters.
uiner election dates, as to the gen
eral and primary elections are covered
in an extensive way In the pamphlet.
Attached are the dates still remaining
neiore tne primary election, the a-en
eral election dates being given in the
pamphlet but not Included here:
rrnmirr 1.1. 1W1M lt IU o clock A M on
second Wednesday of following- term)
vouniy uourt shall hear all objections,
monairances and auficeatlon from electors
la resartl to the appointment ef judres and
Clerka. Section S37: (hauler 2S law. lfiia
February IX lulu (after aDOOIntment. have
been announced at followlnc term i Countv
Clerks shall Immediately proceed and notify
tne judges and clerks of election of their
appointments and request acceptances in
writing- County Clerk forthwith to make
complete revised list of Judges and clerks
last appointed and keep the same In
conspicuous piace In kls office for two years
lor puniir inspection, bectlon 3307: chip
l.r 21. laws 13.
March 11. 1MH (SO days next precedln
closing of reclstratlon books before orlmarv
lection) uesinning this Cats and contlnu
ln 4 days any elector desiring to vote at
tne primary election who may complete hi
cltlsetishlp or become 31 years of as during
tne time tne reclstratlon books are closed
preceding said election, mny register. Sec
tion S, chapter 12S. aava lfu.1
April 1, 114 no( je.a than 43 days before
primary election) Latest date on which
Secretary of f-tate shall prepare and furnish
to the Cesnty Clerks a statement showtns
the several state sod district offices for
which candidates sr. to be chosen In the re
spectlve counties. Section 3352, chapter IDS,
April 12. IBIS (not later than the SSth
day before primary election) Latest date
on wblch nominating petitions or -declare.
tlons of candidacy for election to the office
of National Committeeman, and for nomi
nation for th office of L'nlted States Sena
tor and Representative in Congress, Gov
ernor. F-tat Treasurer. Justice of the Su
preme Court, Attorney-Oenersl. Flerintend
ent of Public Instruction, Commissioner of
the Bureau of Labor statistics and Inspec
tor of Factories and Workshop. Commis
sioner of the Public Service Commission of
Oreson (at larse). Superlatandenta of Water
Divisions. Judsea or the Circuit Court. Dis
trict Attorneys. Stats Senators and Repre-
ntatlvea, and all ether offices to be voted
for In the state at large or In a district com
posed of oa or more counties, shal! b filed
with th Secretary of State. Chapters 124.
22. law 1WJ; sections 8360. 33oe. chapters
201. SU2. 223. lawa 181s.
April 12. IBIS (not later than the S-'.th day
before primary election ) Latest date on
which candidates for nomination by a po
litical party subject to the primary law, or
friends, may file portrait cuts and state,
menu In their favor with the Secretary of
State for publication In the party campaign
pamphlet. Section 34S7. chapter 207, laws
013. Payment for spsca In pamphlet to
be made when statements are offered for
filing. Section S4S.
April 12. 1818 (not later than the 3.1th day
before primary election) Lateat date on
whlcb any person or persons, opposing any
andldate tor nomination by a political party
subject to the primary law, may file state
ments for publication In the party cam
paign pamphlet, over their signatures, of
th reasons why any candidate should not b
nominated. Section 8487, chapter 207, laws
813. Payment for apace in pamphlet to
be made when statements are offered for
filing. Section Jt4S.
April 18. 1818 (not later than the 33d
day before primary election) Latest date
on which statements and portrait cuts. In
dorsing snd opposing candidates, shall be
anded to the stste printer by the Secre-
tsry of State, properly compiled, edited, pre
pared and indexed for printing. Section
S4S8. chapter 207, laws 1813.
April 10. 1818 (shall refuse during 30 dsys
ext preceding primary election) After
his date County Clerk shall refuse to reg-
ter any eictor preceding the primary eleo-
tloo. Section 4. chapter 225. lawa 11)13.
April 1ft. 1918 (not less than 30 days be-
fore primary election) Lstest date on
hlch county clerks shall prepare printed
otlces of primary nominating election and
mall two copies thereof to each Judge and
clerk of election in esch precinct for post-
g In public places In the respective pre-
ncts. Section 8.1-.2. chapter 183. laws 181.1.
April lo, 1818 See date January 4. 1819,
April IT. 101$ (not later than the .tnth
day befor primary election) Latest date
which declaration of candidacy and
nominating petitions and notice pertaining
to candidates for county offices and dis
trict or precinct offices within a county
may be filed with the Countv Clerk. See-
one 830. 8.164. chapters 201. 202, laws
1018: chapters 124. 242. Isws 1013.
April 19-20, 1818 (not more than 28 and
ot less than 25 days befor primary elec
tion) Dates during which Secretary of
State must arrange namee and Information
concerning ail candidates for nomination
contained. In th valid nominating petitions
and declarations of candidacy which hsre
been filed with him, certify and file same in
his office, post a duplicate thereof In hi
office and tranemlt duplicates thereof to
the several county clerks. Section 8308,
chapter 203. isws 1018.
April 24-30. 1818 (begin not later than
the 23d day befor and complete net later
than the lTth day before prlmarr election)
Tim within which state printer shall
commence and complete delivery of pam
phlets te Secretary of State. Section 8489,
chapter 2T. laws 1818.
April 23-17. 1018 (not more than 22 and
not less than 18 days before primary elec
tion Dates during which the county clerks
of the countlee shall arrange the names and
other Information concerning all the candi
dates snd parties named In the valid pe
titions for nomination and de-larstlons of
eandlriery which have been filed with them
and those which have been certified to
them by the Secretary of State, forthwith
certify same under the real of the County
Court, file same In office and also post a
duplicate, thereof therein and prtceed forth
with to have official ballot, printed as pro.
sided bv law. Section 838. chapter 20S.
laws 1813: chapter 138. laws 1017.
May 4. 1818 (not lea than six month
before general election) Secretary of Ftsta.
nnt less than six month before every
biennial election In the stste. to compile.
Index snd cause the election laws to be
printed In suitable pamphlet form for us
of th lurleee ef election, etc. Section 8413,
chspter Si" laws 18U.
Mar 6. 1"18 (at least 10 days before any
election authorised by lew County courts
hall rlelnte one polling place In each
precinct and fill -ejll vancsncles that msy
batmen among the Judges and clerk ap
pointed, bv reason ef death, removal, rlls-
tlon. etc. section 8303, chapter 320.
Mr. Damrosch, Conductor New York
Symphony Orchestra, says: "I should
have thought it impossible! The
'Welte-Mignon Is, without doubt, the
most remarkable musical invention of
The indorsement above is very strong
and must, when you consider its high
authority, be convincing proof of the
superiority of the "Welte-Mignon"
If the above is not sufficient, read
what the talented De Pachmann says:
"The 'Welte-Mignon reproduces the
living soul of the artist and-has no
The above words are strong and true.
We invite youto call to hear the in
strument, that the verity of these
statements may become personal
knowledge on your part.
The M e h 1 i n Welte-Mignon and
Packard Welte-Mignon are sold ex
clusively by us in Oregon.
VICTROLAS AD RECORDS.
149 Sixth, Near Morrlnon, Portland.
x'enr registered voter or the several do-
IHical pttrlles required to nominate their
iDdldaiea at the primary election, a copy
f the pamphlet of his political party con
tainiaff the names and lutemeuti provided
for. bectjon 3400, chapter 207. laws 1113.
May 11, mitt (not less than five days be
fore opening of polU Latest date before
primary election on which county clerks
hall deliver to sheriffs the necessary sup
piles and ballots for use at the respective
polling places In the county, taking sherilTs
receipt and furnishing duplicate receipt to
be countersigned by election Judge recelv
tng Set Id suppilee and return to County
Clerk, sections JW, 3400.
May 15, lwis (not less than one day be
fore primary election) Latest date on
which Sheriff, under direction and control
County Court, shall secure the - use of
nd take possession of the places deslg
nated by the County Court as the polling
aces in the several precincts in the county.
May lti. 1913 (at any time prior to the
primary election ) Last day on which any
person who has filed a nominating petition
by the electors of a political party, and
ho bas removed from his electoral dis
trict before the day of the direct primary
nominating election may cause his name to
be withdrawn by a writing, duly acknowl
edged, by filing same with the Secretary of
tate or the County Clerk or clerks with
horn the certificate nominating him was
led. Sections 3343, 3340. 3367.
May 16. 1918 (before the day fled by
w for the primary election) Last day on
hlch any nomination by petition of the
electors of a political party, vacated by
eath or removal from an electoral district.
may be filed by the committee which has
been given Jurisdiction so to do by the po
litical party or tbe law substantially w
provided In sections 3345, 3340 and 3367.
May 17. 11H Date of primary nominat
tt election. Folia open at 8 A. M. and
continue opnn until 8 P. M. Judges at their
discretion may adjourn at 1 P. M. for one
our. Section 3311. chapters 20 S. 388. laws
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LOUISVILLE MAX PAYS COMPLI-
ME.VTS TO ORUSHLIGHT-DALV."
Supported by CONWAY TEARL&
"Stella Maris," like the sunbeam, lived in a
bright world, peopled with everything
happy, while "Unity Blake," a little de
formed orphan, saw life only in the shadow.
Miss Pickford brings BOTH these charac
ters to you. "
From the Popular Book
By WILLIAM J. LOCKE
Pnblle Service Commission la Thanked
for Its Recent Six-Cent Streetcar
Fare Order, Declared Aeceaaary.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 28. (SpeclaL) M.
S. Kohler, stockholder of the Portland
Railway, Light & Power Company, re
siding- In Louisville, Kjr., has written
to the Public Service Commission thank
ing; them for its recent 6-cent carfare
order, and declaring; that "the company
has suffered much from the Rushlights
anH DbIvr anrl even now a nrominent
Commissioner of Portland Is playing to expected to reach the $30,000 mark, set
block, Portland, presented an estimate
of 1282.223 for completing the building
and improving the grounds.
Aberdeen Thrift Stamp Sale Big.
ABERDEEN. Wash., Jan. 26. (Spe
cial.) The campaign for the sale oi
thrift stamps here Is gaining mo
mentum rlallv. and January saiea are
Msy S, iota fat least eight days before
primary eler-tlen) Latest flats on which
Secretary ef Beats shall forward by mall to
tbe galleries In the same fashion.'
Mr. Kohler says in part in his letter:
The report shows that the Commission
has (on into th question very exhaustively
and minutely, and 1 would Infer what they
do not know about streetcar management
or overlooked In their Investigation would
hardly be worth while mentioning.
It will take expert management, even
with increased fares, to restore the credit
of th Portland Railway. Light Power
Company; the stock has no market and la
pressed for sle at nominal figures, with
out buyera Th waterpower possessed by
the Portland company Is a great asset, and
were they compelled to operate- by steam
alone, with the wages paid the men and
the high coat of materials, the Ac carfare
would not by any means stem th tide of
bankruptcy mhlch bas been staring tbem
In the face.
ESTIMATES MADE PUBLIC
Three Portland Architects babmu!
Bids to Klamath County Court.
as this city s mommy uuuin
schools this week sold about $1000
worth of stamps,, and the Elks and
Knights of Pythias lodges each sold
about $1000 worth. Sales through the
banks and postofflces nave neen Kooa.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or, Jan. 2S.
(Special.) Reports Worn three archi
tects on the estimated cost of complet
ing the new courthouse here were made
public at a meeting of the County
Court recently. The estimates range
from $120,000 to $280,000.
E. E. McClaren, Lumber Exchange
building, Portland, submitted a bid of
$120,000 for tbe completion ot tne
building. He eliminated many alleged
unnecessary details specified In "the
plans. To complete the building, ac
cording to specifications, ha asks $210,-
R. E. Cushman. . 45 Fourth street.
Portland, presented an estimate of
$193,000 for the completion of the
building, with $30,000 more for placing
of the grounds in proper condition.
John .George b-elly. Jt Flttclt ,
gvere m nil isa
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when it is positively known that
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few dollars spent with a reliable
dentist is the best health insurance.
When artificial teeth are necessary
I fit them perfectly. All of my
work is the best obtainable.
Very moderate prices.
Falnleaa Extraction of Teeth
SO Years' Active Practice
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Jforthwest Corner of Sixth and
Washington, Sortswest Building
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Portland for vulcanizing rubber
soles, heels and rubber footwear
of every description.
Our work guaranteed to be
I John A. Walter Co.
I Sixth and Pine to Ankeny
I Phone Broadway 2490, A 2490