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POIITLAKD; ' OHEGOK, SATUBOAXllil'VENrN'G, SEPTE3IBER 13 1902.
VOL. I.. -"NO. 161,.
.TBICE FIVE CENTS.
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All Along the ColumWa-Flam
, ' Strained to Combat'
J ' "-.-'. , r;'i.. -." iT
Th dvuutln of th tip fland on
tlnuM unabated. Th populace' of two
ataUa la appalling ovor tha tramandeua
f dottmotlon latt'ln tha wake of tho holo
: caua. Wholo countlaa ara at tho morey
f tho flamoa, and manjr vlllagoo without
doquato flro protoetlon hovo boon wholly
r partially laid In rulna. In aomo of tho
boouro dlatrlcta whar oottlara havo lo
eatad, In placoo aurroundod by . haavy
:. tlmbar, tho atojnpodo for 'tho opon coun
try hat bogun. , Many ara' ruthlng for
tholr llvot from tho leaping flamoa Which
are bounding ovof tha country In agraat
- wava.' In many of 'tha owna a rolgn of
lorror- la fnvoguo. aoplo ara atandlng
bout palalod with fright, and looking for
vrard with hopoloaa doapalr to tho annihi
lation of property ' whfoh can . only bo
averted by tho rareat of look. .
;A TERRIBLE tTORY I .
Will be thronlelotf whan the eummary of
tho . ravagea ' of the blighting deetroyoi.
are compiled. Charred and blackened
corpaeat' by tho acora, wilt bo ound. In
cinerated at different .polntai where no
.. avehuea of aeape wore open' front irema
tlon In the nrey furnace. The homelaaa
will bo numbered by the hundroda, and
the effect on tho bualneaa Intereeta of
the NorthwMt will be almost beyond
computation.. The graateot feature -of
looo will be In the timber Indue try. Lag
ins emo mni aawmllla have boon the
' 'prM'clpaf 'euffereri theoo haw
been wlpad out, and t will take Mentha
before tho bualneaa Intareata of tho coun
try again roach the batee of activity that
oxlated before the vlaitatlon of the eon
Up to thla afternoon la aa follows: area
ham la being threatened and the town la
being protected by the ylgoroua.worfc of
Ito cltliena. ;'
The Oregon City 'people ava a" hard
fight to keep the flamea from rnaktag. fur
ther progreaa. , The fir departmenta art
. all at work and ' havo up to thla time
kODt the fire at bay, and confined the do-
Union Pacific to Enter
TO tGET STEAMSHIPS
' Important Business to Come Up at
, Annual Meeting of the
At the next month's meeting' of the Ore
gon Short: Line, Union Pacific, Rio
Grande Western and auxiliary companies
at Salt Lake, matter that ar ot great
Interest to the city; of Portland will come
op, and those on the inalde are watching
to see which way the commercial wind la
blowing. Th annual meetings of these
lines will b held at different interval
fiurlng th month, beginning with the Ore.
ran Short Line oh' October t, followed by
the Union Pacific', on the. 14th, and the
Ru Grande and Others In the latter part
Jkt themontlj ,
The Union Paclflo has ambitions to be-
. tome a factor la the Oriental trade and
great efforts are to be put forth for that
Hi This fight will be against the north
rn lines, through the Oregon. Short Lin
ind th Oregon Railway an Navigation
Company,' which are the llnka between
the his line and the Union Pacific To
thla end there are some Important Chang-
to b made and aome very extensive
laha ar being formulated. ...
A special meeting .of the .stockholder
f,th Short line will be held after the
inaual meeting, at which an amendment
k turn articles of Incorporation will bo
nado authorising the road to "construct
ir acquire by purchase, lease, or other
else and to maintain- and operate ferrle,
lerryboat. steamboataJ steamships, ware-
' to uses ahd other property appurtenant to.
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tructlon to a
number of roaldenee.
In Lane, Douglaa and
tlee vaetvareaa , pf Valuable
going up In amoko. " "
- The ateamer Columbia la en a bar at
Tonguo'a Point, owing to her loaa of bear
Jng In tho dense amoka.1
The telegraph and telephone wire are
down In 'many placoo by tho burning of
poles and tho falling of tree.
Owelllnge, bridges- and , feneoa havia
been burned ,a great niimbera, in every
eeetlon,' t' V -
In. the prlftgwfcter district it la report
ed that over too house have boon burned.
HARMONY-IN , , .
Resident! Ready' to Fly for Safety
) r) at Any EToment,
' A' thrill Jngljr ditpcroiia condition ezlats
te 'tha Harihoiiy dUtrlct. While it had
been threatened for aomo hours, the Ore
did not actually atrlk there untU last
evening-. J. It eamo In suddenly over the
hill near the poatofBco, creeping Into the
Kannle Meadows, and under a strong
wind VhlclL spwn-vp'a if for the oc
casion leaped tnto.a of Bro that swept
lhnwiiMhrltit rwhM llkt i whfrU
wlPldjaulshlr aaa flame had run
ever tho : Batten Mdowa, adjoining-,
ticking up ' evarythlnt. Including the
stacked crop. Out bwUdinga close to the
poatoffice were. Hoked Up aa the fire
spread, and five houses succumbed, arang
them that ot Mi Gage. In aptte of the
fierce battle made by the residents, Bat
ten's house was expected sure to go,
though actually safe at last advices. But
Information; was Impossible to get owing
to the dense.. amoko and the blinding
fusts ,of ,)ot. air. Other places burned In
tho obscuring moko -were the Payne
poatoffice building and the . Councl) place
was In imminent danger. ,
The people of the district are making a
tremendous light, back-Bring the land
and beating against the advancing tide.
the business of Tsrrie or navigation. Also
to eaaare generaMy to vh uines of "i
transportation upon th navigable waterf
of the United States or ef other countries
and upon th high seas,, and to purchase
or otherwi aoqulr and guarantee. th
capital stock and other obligation of any
compahylhaTlng power t engag ih such
business or ngaga oaerein.
A fleet ofsteamers, the flneat and fattest
oh the Pdfio. will be placed. In those
waters to. ply between Portland 'and all
Oriental ports. The hoaU will be con.
ttrhcted for speed and comfort, with th
object of glvtag to the Pacific ocean trav
eler the pleasant, journey ilk thoae so
famous on th Atlantic, and aUo to mak
fast time between here and China, Manila
and Australia. . 'jX1; r
It 1 a mammoth plan, hut a far-seeing
one, aa It Is argued that the trafflo over
the Paoiflo la yet m Ita Infarhsy, and In a
Short time fast palatial steamers wilt
lea the Pauifl porta of this country for
all' point in '.th far Kast What this
mean for Portland oan readily be een;
what great commercial benefit we shall
derive cannot b fully- realised, for ws do
not know the whol etor of th advan
tages and resources Of th far East, and
what a wonderful 'chain of eommerdal
friendship will follow. .
Sec Shawl tbi Release
WASHIKOTOJi. Sept. It-Secretary
Shaw announced .this morning that he
had made' arrangement to release $4,-
00.000 of tho Treasury holdings by de
positing with National Banks which pos-
free or- unpledged' bond. Heha
also decided io antlclpaU th October in-,
ierest oi H.XSO.OOO, - and declares there
Is no oeeasion for 'alarm over .the pres
ent oondlUons, li;..,!;. 'ScWivf.--..
Take Th Journal,' by earner. UeaU
a weak. U eeata month. -
in Seas of flame Niear Yancqiiver, Wash.
FearM Peath NeaSpringwater.
the Spread of ftheDestroymgElement
Leave Their All and Fly for Their Lives Before the Destroyer
though vainly. The result 4 haM to
predict aa all night they have been bat
tling and are worn out. Not a resident
of the district has had a tilak of sleep,
during the night, and many wore In sleep
esa terror the night before. Household
efT sets havo been taken from nearly all
the houses In tho entire, Harmony . die
trlcL and team line the roads, waiting
direction where to go for safety.'. The
lire this morning had reached that ,Un
of road leading to Oregon City,, were, la
fact, on both aide of tho road, aloug
the lino of tho Water Power. .Company.
From the altuatlon only rain can prevent
the fire weeping for mile and miles Into
the Clackamas country A strange .con
dition was that- while ft raa compara
tively so still yesterday and this mornlbaT
la the cltyr there .w a a kttfJL tar out
there, blowing, however, from all points
of the compass, rendered, of oourae, from
the fires. Smoke I ,a dena In all that
Harmony region that it Is ttnpoaatbl to
see the distance of a block v, - -1
- r '- : t ."1 f' f
Wospcr ooV Owntry of - Few Days
Ago Now in Ruins.'
The Bailey Qateert arrlyed 'frm' Ai
toii thU morning at 10 o'clock about four
hour late. She brought the flrt direct
new ooncermng tbr'tnwr-'Cranihla.
The cpo Teperta that ahoioft Astoria
yesterday morning at o'clock and an
hour later she was high and dry on a bar
shoal back of Miller Sanda. She waa
fulfy a mile off hex course, and It Is
stated to t very doubtful 'whether the
high tide will be sufficient to move her.
The Hasalo went to her assistance laat
anight and will probably briny, up her
passengirs. They will hardly M l to
reach hero before tomorrow. j '
'jmera'gfthf'atjiert rtrtytht th
ambfc enveloping the river' ut something
trtAtfuL hO jOa-Uernhad 4 proc4 bjr
compass pyery jnH 9f V ni w
progress was necessarily law:.EvB, h
midday, when maklng..dn.arh-.1'
lights had to bo need., . t;- "' "f-
On both side of in Columbia ta en
To Be a Candidafe rfor
And Eliminates His Name From
the List of Possi-
The Journal was placed In poasessiaa ot
information late this afternoon to' the ef
fect that H. W. Corbett has' definitely,
finally, and explicitly . Insisted . that hie
name shall not be used in connection with
the fight for the United State Senate. "
The statement is authoriuilve. and
leave no loom for further' speculation en
Mr. Corbett ha been prominent In "the
affairs of the state from the beginning ef
things here, and baa been ' pirhap the
state's foremost cltlsen.- He has been a
leader in commercial and financial Blat
ters.' and ha sat in the t)htdV States
Eenata. He haa been a caeatdate in later
year, and there haa been talk thla year
of him as a possible candldat for le
tlon next January. ...... -: ..
By the information that come to The
'Journal today, the position Of Mr. -Corbett
is deined so that ther may be no
more question in th premlas.,'ivv"jr:, r,-
. Th loyal friend who hav stood be
hind him in his political career will per
haps regret his withdrawal yet will ne
longer account htm as jo th running. ;
V- WHEAT IuUlREET.!'
SAN FRANCISCO," lrpt. li-What-J1.UH4I
tten. ",' ;"--'-.v''r
CHICAQQr Sepb U.Wbeat--71tt97S
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tire country la In flames. Near Oak
Point la tho moat affected dlstrlet.
House are burning and property of all
kind Is being destroyed. Through the
dense amoko the leaping, lurid flamea
present a pictureerr to b forgotten.
'rom the boat, tb dlfti outlines of men
could be seen fighting the Are demon
while women and children were fleeing
for their lives to .places of safety. The
members of one family were picked up by
the steamer at Oak Point and taken to
Cathlamet. Their" hones and (every pos
SeMlotf are now ,'nUmfceted among the
black and smoking; ruins. Many farajlles
are' loft deatitut. ' nl at thla time an
estimate of the low canaqt he reckoned.
Benson' logglnrcmp,tth largest on the
Colombia, ha boea totally destroyed ex
tptlng three locomotives whfch were, run
t .an open apace th'.Uie woods. Chat
man's and McQregor'a jogging camps are
also; burned, and tha kreat forests of a
lew days ago hvtheir vicinity are being
licked up by tho .flames as though the
ataialy, trees .were , so many matches.
Fires are also raging1 back of Nappa,
ftouldoa' camp,'' opposite Astoria, on the
Washington side, I also burning. -
Sate- Ij the OOf HopeO. R. &
B. Sttiteliij: Every Serve.
BRIDAL VEflU Bepti-Th great for
est fire I still raging over th whole coun
try east of her a far as the Cascades.
Everything la being awept In all directions
'and it I now Impossible to estimate-the
losses or give hope of checking1' tho great
Wall of flro until rain cornea. Thousands
of acres of valuable timber have already
been destroyed, besides mills, home,
croDS and proper' of every description.
People are fleslns; from the5psb.-f the
flames, deserting everythmsrto as-Jttoelr
. The O. A, dc N. ha ver jijrtlafiitoiaa
Jonai!ltiUne tc-freVent thKitemiptWn
of travel. ! Trains aremantna; reguiany
and tbre;:la only slight fea that -traffle-j
wUl b 'interfered with.
Fourteen Jews KiDed.lfl Rlof at
VIENNA, Sept. li. In-n .e.utl-8nitii-
uprlsing yesterday at Csanstopau, nun
kary, M Jews and one officer were killed
ahd 48 wounded. Troops are being hur
ried to the scene.
The Klachine Swerved,
Throwing Her Ainst
a Telegraph Pole
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept 13. In an
automobile accident here yesterday after
noon Mrs. William M. Stewart, wife of
United State Senator Stewart of Nevada,
wa thrown against a telephone pole and
received Injuries from which she died
ahortlv afterward-. i,"
In company with her nephew, Henry
Foots, and. H. B. Taylor she was going
along Santa Clara avenue at a high rate
of speed when Taylor, who waa driving
the machine, attempted to turn out In
order to avoid an approscnnirTehicie. in
guiding the machine he either lost con
trol of it or missed his calculations as it
ran into a telephone pole, throwing the
occupants out, Mrs. Stewart striking her
head with such force as to crush the
skull. Foot and Taylor received only
Slight bruises. Senator Stewart is at The
Hague fh connection with the Pious Fund
: - GASOLINE EXPLODES. '
i FITT8BURO, Sept. ItThree tank car
of gasoline are afire on. tha,West Penn
sylvania: road at KUklmemtas Junction.
A freight tran ran Into.onef wrecking the
engine ahd causing a .frightful explosion j
Th'nglneer-was seriously 'dnjured a ad
eonalderable property i I reridangered. ,.
s .-"i'v'-v "': . . i : . . . ,v ' ' . ;i
Farmers in Outlying
Kills Husband and Wife Near
Spring Water on Thursday.
OftEOON- CITT, ept. 13. Reports
from Sprlugwater are many and con
flicting hut Geo. Cuttlngham. a farmer
who home was just east of Bprlngwat
er was In town yesterday and. told, the
following mtorf,- which can hef jce(Iieqi
i upon. -- -
He was compelled to run across the
fields with his family to escape the
flames, . He says he will never farm
agaua as he was on this placo for 20
years and-now everything Is gone. The
region known as Rocky Point is entirely
burned away. Besides thoee named In
yesterday's paper these also lost every
thing: John Lewellyn, A. Lacey, and
Geo, r. Cunningham. Two ' stores, the
Qrajir hall, a churcfi, and the school
bouse btirned during th day?1 Postmasti
r aha Storekeeper W. J. -lrWe llyri lost
everything except, th' lf.!S.J iriair which
he managed to save. Many other fine
farms and houses are known to be in
great danger, aa the flames are traveling
.toward the west with great speed. It is
xpecUd that the farma belonging to L.
Lacey and Harvey Cros also will go.
Thus far khe 'flames cannot be stayed
and, unless the wind changes, the rich
country around Viola and Logan will
probably be burned.
The Swede employed by Frank Bush
to care for his farm waa determined
to die when he saw the house had to go,
but wa dragged out In time by neigh
bor. Surveyor-General Meldrum was heard
from last evening, when he telephoned
to have a team sent out immediately, as
he and his party were "rwy; 'JaUyS'l,
.........i.. jljuil rt)6r' SWAr
7Z2 to nnl&J7a4 .ofcum. Early yesterday mornfng the hn-
i. I iiJSAM-a'XMWrce- of men employed at thBooA-
Mf.-MiM. Afnt-reobrta IhKr'PaBWnflSter
3i W.-1 Parker losf hla-afore- hbuse, Uarn
aAdtnces. This place Is known 'as' the
Mclrittre place. He also jeportd the U.
Stone nd Mitchefl Hold
Attack Union Bricklayers by Mis
HARRISBURG, Sept. 13.-The confer
ence 'between Governor Stone and Presi
dent Mitchell lasted all night, the T3ov
ernor retiring at I o'clock this morning
and Mitchell and Fahey taking .the train
to Wllkeabarrc. The Governor. It Is be
lieved, gave Mitchell ' and the district
leaders terms on which Morgan would
settle the strike. What they are Is a
conjecture, but, that some offer has been
made, seems certain. When the meeting
broke, the confers rs declined to say a
word, but gave the waiting reporters the
following written slip: "Messrs. Mitchell,
Fahey, Senator Elynn Col. Richardson
soSoviirnor Sfone'have been in confer
ence, and all differences have been dis
cussed With th best of feeling."
REGION IN FUROR.
; WlLKESBARRE. Pa.. Sept. ll-Thls
region is again in a furor this morning
and the strikers are violent. . J3fln
Union, brick-layers en route to work at
Parsons were mistaken for non-unionists
and attacked by a mob of seventy-five
miners, mostly foreigners. . The brick
layer, stood their ground and a' fierce
flght . ensued In which Frank Stanlel. a
striker,, was seriously wounded; and Sev
eral others injured. The arrival of dep
uties prevented the possible loss of life.'
Previous to this the strikers disabled the-
Wlty UneV'.stonea the car and drove
the taJneners away. At midnight the
teleptshon wire to the Henry . Colliery
ti l T WilTIT
sTU-ziw 1 lAVJJLal JL
- Husband and
Every Nerve Is Beinj
Districts Are Ready
I : '
S. fish hatchery Is In danger of burning.
Thla Is a new hatchery in the course of
DIED AMID FLAMES. 0
OREGON "CITT, SepL ' 13,-Later-The
special messenger, whom Frank Bush
sent out to hla place near Sprtngwater.re
turned this morning and reports that
one and probably two lives were lost
The messenger reached the ranch just
In time to see the house and barn catch
fire. He rushed Inside and found the
caretakers wife sitting In a chair ex
hausted, she refusing to move until he
threatened her - with a rifle- He suc
ceeded In getting her about a hundred
yards' from the house .when he. was
.Wed to ley kh," and ua, fflirJWs 1J
arPthe tiaie-Hwbr upon them. The
woman sank to the ground and the mes
senger dared not go near the place for
In a few moments the place where she
had fallen was a mass ot flame. The
woman's husband ' could not be. found;
When last seen, he1 was fighting fire like
a demon, although already badly burned.
Canemah Park was discovered to he on
Are twice during the night. Every avail
able man In Canemah was called upon,1
they forming a bucket brigade and
Unlfckly quenching the flames. Assistant
Superintendent Fields, ot the p. W. P.
4 Ry. Co., who owns a part interest in
the-park, aald this morning that he la
confident that these (Ires were set by
some unknown party or parties.
LANE COUNTY '
- ALSO SUFFERS
The Booth-Kelly Company Are Los
ing Their Finest Timber,
. ET jCENE Sent. IS. Thar are. severe!
flreB tn Lane County, but none very
raHea out 10 prevem a nr. in
nve mjiea aisuiDt iwla vrvuntm-
one Is' the imnat' serjous ftr reported. It
. I -J . .1 mKam
is now., uuruiun y41. v in hui uwuw
were "ut..FearJa-;.n. attack hy a big
si ft rv.iji
f ojree, '-th ,Pijlle nd sheriffs' deputies,
were hurried, to the scene and are now
guarding th ; colliery.
WILK E8HARRB,. Pa., Sept JS. Pres
ident MlteheM-beam'retlrtnr-fte' hi'
arrival this morning aald that Governor
Stone had. mada no proposition for a set
tlement of the strike.. President Mlt
ehell. It Is - understood, will issue
statement tonight dealing with the con
ference. HARRIMAN IS
A New Office to Be Established in
EFFORT TO CAPTURE WOOL
L L. Downing Has Been Appointed
General Wool Traffic Agent.
(Sorlpps-McRae New Association.)
SALT LAKE, Sept. 1J. A new office
will be created here by the Harriman
lines on October 1st. L. L. Downing,
commercial agent of the Chicago, Mlll
waukee A St. Paul here ha been ap
pointed General Wool Traffio Agent for
the Union Paoiflo, Oregon -Short Line,
Oregou Railroad & Navigation Co. He
will supervise the wool shipment wesLof
tfie'flverr.It Is estimate, that th clip
this year will be fifty-five million pounds
of which two-thirds Will beJ hauled by
the Harriman lines. Next year an ag
gressive campaign wilt be" made to cap
ture; all th wool, shipments of .Utah,
Idaho, Oregon and Wyoming.
: TERIBLli COUiSION. ; .
DENVER, Sept IS. A Santa F east-
bound- passenger train collided with a
wild freight train,' which was running at
a terrific speedy. M miles west of Denver
this morning. . Engineer Bemhatt, Fire
man -J ward PetttngtU and Baggageman
JOhn Rogers were: kllledand 'A, Stewart
seriously Injured. - Many; passengers were
Injured, hut In the confusion names have
not yet been ascertained,,, 4,"' .' '"
Wife Die a
owned by th Booth-Kelly Company. Tla, .,
settlers ar bending every effort to eheel , ,
the flame. None of then have suffere .
much loss as yet. however. .
HOT BATTLE '
Only the Host Desperate Exertion; I
Bested the Devouring Flames. '
For som days past forest flres haw ' , JV"
of Qresham and Troutdale. On Thursday "
afternoon, .under tha influence of a ver (
high wind, the fires started southward '
and westward, in the direction of Lent r "
On arm of th flame struck aorosi ':
th dry meadow to the west, running i v
little north of th little Village of Wood-
mere on the ML Scott branch of the Ore
gon Water Power A Railway. Company '
croaalng that and entering the brush t - '
tM north of Tremont. Here the fire tool -a
dlrvct westerly-course and -la bumlni
fiercely In the lreetion of . Woodstock am .
Richmond.. .. .'r '. " . - ' ' - ,
The other arm .of the lire took a Mora V
south toward the Village of Lent. Th f :
whole population of Lenta baa turn -out
and with the aid . of a large nembet t ,
of volunteers from this city -are trylnj
to beat the deadly flamea away from tt
vicinity of their homes. At one .time ttv..
doom of Lent certainly looked sealed
The fine public school building situated fa ' '
the east of the town waa entirely do , '
stroyl nd many other bunding caugh
Are.- . ,i
From Lents the flames swung arouni
to Johnson Creek, licking-up verythlni r
In Its path.' A large number of the rest 7
dents along the creek owned small farm . .
and chicken ranches and these wer n A
tlrely dstroyed. 'On the hill overlookini
th creek, ot the'SectWn Line' road sev
eral houses wer destroyed. KlndorT l"'3 'r
slaughter-house .waa. entirely , destroyed i-r
a also were the residence of lljrs. JC. A, 3
Rosenberg" knJ "Wrs.', Halner." 'Propertj '
owned by JolWCardwwas also destroyer' .?
y ih hungry flame, v v t.V' ; ?. '
The residence of Jfrs.' H. O.' Chase t- f
(Continued on- Second Pag.)
KTNNEY IS AT HOSIE
Reports That the Work Is Bdxuj
Rushed in All Lines
Railroad Notes. .!-''
Upon his return from Coos Bay lasi .
evening. Major L. D. Kinney, chief en-. '
glneer of the Great Central gave eu
som Information that will settle a fe -point
of interest. . :.. 4 -. T
He said that the" route between Coor .
Bay and the Southern Paclflo,' would tx
the line of the Coos Bay.'Raeeborg'and' . :
Eastern, forming the junction at Bo
burg. When this plan ha .bcn per ,1
fected the company wCl buy the Spree. '
les road. It it ean be had en reasenabU;.;
term; if not, to parallel that; rd. i
Some of th ; constractlon contracti '
have been Dractloallv awarded. Nelsol '
1 Bennett thoontractQ- who ullt 'v
era! hundred miles of tne rNonnern ra
cliic, will ." undertake the construction o i '
th Great Central, and the contract, fol -.
the line between Empire City and Ron
burg will ,be formally awarded at tht
flret meeting of the board of director t
be held in the" early part of. next week.
v This piece, of road, must be ready fot ,
operation. within 15 months from the dab
of the contract " . .
; 'PROF. LOEB UtWmiS.
: SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. ' U.Dr
Jacques Loeb, professor ot physlotosy M
the University of Chicago, has arrive
here yrtm.the East He Is here to carrj '
on hie investigations regnrdlng the chem t .
istry of life. It Is believed that, ha iU
remain as a professor at crkel.
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