The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 15, 1913, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND. SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15,7 1913.
COUNTY S BUDGET IS
ALMOST IN READINESS
FOR COMMISSIONERS
, f t ,
' morrow "and Report; Matie
Early in ComingJVeek, .
.TV-Work of pruning the county budget
by .- tlm advisory .committee ha pro
gressed to such a degree that a final
' meeting will probably be held tomorrow
for the reconciling of -all - differences,
The -'completed report will be placed In
. the hands of the county commieaionera
some time next week. Tonight the
advisory committee-: will , listen ta, ar
jriimenta by Superintendent Satchel re-
'garding estimate for. the Llnnton rock
......
. At its meeting last night - the com-
mlttee went over a number ; of esti
mates not acted upon at previous meet
ings and with the exception of the road
. u ..tl,..,. o ill hi
The committee has delayed, fixing the
road estimates that, the demand of the
several department might be gone Into
w f , V, th. unAatAct .Atnfl i A rrsa tap siw
propria t ion to Insure tne completion of
the Columbia river highway by 1916
- will be granted If the committee can
t be convinced that the work can-be car
ried out without loss of efficiency re-
gutting xrom naate.
" Appropriation for Armory Out.
The 191.000 asked for reoalra en the
old armory on Tenth street'''' has beer,
refused And only $1000 allowed for IU
maintenance during the coming year.
' To take the place ' of the old building
the committee will recommend the pur
chase of a site for an armory .and drill
.ground, on thaeaat side, leaving the se
, lection of the site to the commissioners.
- The salary estimate for the collection
of taxes was cut to $30,000 in the be
lief that! the sheriff and the treasurer
. wnillA mnlra nm vrnrVtnr rrA.mnnl a.
to the division ; of - the expense.; The
; sheriff asked for 111,760 and the treas-
urer for 133,600. . '
The ' estimate for the county poor
farm at Troutdale was finally cut to
168,818. This makes the second reduc
tion from an original estimate of 70,-
. 86S.; ' .:,,--;-.:';; y- -' '
At the present writing the budget
provides for an expenditure of 1,27S.
165 with an allowaoee of $294,828 for
roads. yJ.- k u -., i- k'
STsw Items Provided.
The hew Items provided for last night
and not included In the previous com
pilation follow:
Circuit court. ., , .......$100,000
Insane 2.60J
Indigent soldiers 6.500
Kellef 18,178
Emergency postal bill... 2,00a
' Rafn rH tavoa . 1 A A
' Scalp bounty. 85
s Keal estate contingencies ' 3,000
. Total. $127,81.1
- Increases In the compilation as made
last week, by the board follow:
' v. ; , Old al-New al-
- lowance lowance
Board of County Cominls-
- loners ., $8905 $790&
Auditor 7360 844.
Treasurer, main division. . 6050 625-
, Reductions in the estimates allowed
in the first" compilation follow:
f J t . Old Al-Newal-
Tax collection lowance lowance
Sheriff and treasurer. .$46,260 $30,000
Courthouse -i
Janitors and superintend
ent 21,640 ,20,000
Armory . .-, ... , . . mil i,o0 S ; 1,606
Jjounty rarm . . v. . . . s , , o2,t33 5S.81S
County farm demonstra
tion
2,000 1,600
JUAREZ CAPTURED ;
BEFORE DAYLIGHT,
BY GENERAL VILLA
' (Continued From Page One.)
the, rebels' hands, though firing could
be heard intermittently for another
hour. ' --' ' ".. '
Communication' between here -and
juarea was cut orr while the engage
ment waa, In progress, the rebels having
cut the wires when they made their
attack. Lk ter, however, they were re
paired., Hundreds of bullets sang over,
1 J-aso, but no one here was hurt .
General. Villa established a provisional
government at Juarez at 7 a. m; Later
firing was heard : from the direction
of tho race track, but it proved to be
only a brief skirmish, .
Juares waa quiet at 9:30. All firing
had ceased.- Villa's control of the city
was absolute. The fight at the race
track was over at 8 o'clock. The rebels
stated that they wiped out about 60
federals there, but it was not known
whether they meant by this that they
had killed -thm all. - -
' Captures redsral Troop Train. '
Villa, who had previously been active
about Chihuahua City, captured the fed
eral ".- troop train between there an 4
Juares Friday morning. The opportunity
It afforded for an ; unexpected descent
evidently was too tempting for him to
resist. . . ;: :.;, ,.
It was taken for granted here that
he left one Of his lieutenants in charge
pf the siege f f Chihuahua City, but this
could not be learned definitely, as the
wires were cut. ',."!.;-..
5 .According to Villa, the entire federal
garrison of Juares was killed, or cap
tured, but indications .were that all but
about 100 escaped across the border Into
the United. States before the rebels suc
ceeded in cutting off their flight. The
rest were killed, . wounded or captured.
. The American, Seggerson. - killed in
the. fight, was sitting in his automobile
In the principal street In Juares when
the rebels appeared. As nearly aa could
be learned, he feared he was going to
h uttfinlfAil ttnA trA At (ham ..-TI.A..
' , "Feeling fit" is merely, a
matter .or health. Tou can
feel fit and full: of vim and
. vigor through the regular use
i of a good mineral water, i
' v Standing, alone in its class,
the high , regard in ' which'
WHITE ROCK WATER is;
held by the doctors of today is
: :attested by its enormous sale.
replied with a volley, riddling the auto
mobile and killing Beggereon. ; .
The federals used one cannon in re
sisting the rebels' attack, but Villa,
fearing the damage artillery would do
on the American side of the border,
made his i men rely ' entirely on their
small arms;;y'::;,s;'(;,i. i' iMMckt i
h?J: Fighting At'-ngn.:&m&
Nogales. : Arts., , Nov. y IS.-i-FlgMIng
between federals' and rebels at Masat
Ian was reported among constitutional
ists on the other side of the border
here.;, put" neither, conf irmatlpn. SrJ.
41swe--vallablei'-C-r-T'
. Alfredo Madero, Start South. .
Kansas City,' Mo., Not. 15-Alfredo
Madero, af brother of the late President
Francisco I. Madero of Mexico, started
south "today,, accompanied by two stran
gers. He refused to state his destina
tion. Two of hla trunks, however, were
checked to Paso;.;; itfts
'm; .'! ll"i:''':-ai'i1!jrii;
1 Cliampagne nt Same Rate.. .
, Washington,- Nov.!1 18. With t foreign
champagne selling at $5 a quart an J
California branda at $2 nd $3, the In
terstate Commerce i commission today
decided it would not burden the' public
If the present rate of $2.25 per hundred
weight; from New - York California-
were maintained, ..U?., ''.' ,fs.iiV;,ft'
, : v i n - . V".v;
is
Effort Made to. Have Members
; 4' -Turned Over to Craft'
a '! "!'. . ! 1 tti li .I'd'. .
h Seattle, Wash,;, Nov. 1$. The attack
on the Carriage, Wagon and Automobile
Manufacturers' union; which is made in
resolutions presented . by S6 delegates
from numerous international unions to
the American Federation of Labor con
vention here, is praotlcally a demand for
the complete breaking up of the union
which now claims ' Jurisdiction over
160,000 mechanics. This move, if, made,
will be in favor of craft unions and
against industrial organisation.
Claim is made by the attackers that
employes in automobile and wagon fac
tories come under' the Jurisdiction of
blacksmiths, machinists, metal polish
ers, upholsterers, - electrical workers,
sheet metal workers- and carpenters.
Demand Is made that the American fed
eration notify the carriage, wagon and
automobile) workers union to cease en
croaching on the jurisdiction of other
unions and to turn over to the unions
claiming Jurisdiction, all men in various
crafts who are now members.
- If this is not' done within a year, the
federation is asked to revoke their char
ter. As all of the workers in automo
bile and carriage factories are included
in the list "named above, there will be
practically no one left in the old organ
ization, should, this be done. '
ACCEPTED BY OFFICE
Community of- Seventy Col
onists Has Raised Good
Crops .This Year,
Albany, Or.", Nov. 15. That the lan J
office in Washington has accepted the
survey of township 12, south of range
4 east of the W. M., which Is known
as the Northern 'Pacific scrip land, on
which a colony of 70 people settled two
years ago, following a decision In ro
rard to lands in California, was the
word - brought here today1 by Edward
G. Weber, one of the homesteaders, who
had oen to Portland on a business trip.
The settlement is located 10 miles
from the town of Whitcomb and about
66 miles east of Albany. '
a$r. Weber said that the legality of
the filings will be determined in a
short time, probably before Thanksgiv
ing. , He said that the settlers, during
the two (years they have lived on the
land, have done considerable work, in
the way . of clearing the land, building
log cabins ' and cultivating garden
patcnesA Fifteen miles of good trails
have been built and many of the streams
have been bridged. .
All of the homesteaders, said Mr.
Weber, are complying with the home
stead law to the point. He said that
fine crops of -potatoes, rutabagas, tur
nips and cucumbers have been raised
on the land and that a good Crop of
strawberries Is expected next summer.
FERGUSON IN FAVOR '
m . a ' ts easa II AP
Ur o I A I L llidUHANUt
v" ' i "'
(Blem Boreto ef The Journal.)
GnlAtvi ni. Nnu IS Rtpnnvtff In.
dorslng state life insurance, State In
surance Commissioner Vb W. 'Ferguson
yesterday afternoon submitted to Gov
ernor West a special report urging that
this state should take up the matter for
the benefit of its citizens.
"T n m nt tha nnlnton thut tht-
broad field for state life insurance in
this state." he gays in his report, "and
that the state of Oregon should deal
with this as an eaonomla nroblem and
offer to its cltlseps Truch Insurance at
the .actual cost of paying the benefits
as Wisconsin is doing today." . ,
Commissioner FergTison has lust re
turned from a visit to the insurance de
partment of Wisconsin, and is enthuseJ
with the idea of state life Insurance.
A'
AUTOMOBIL
ORKERS
Ui
ATTACKED
SCRIP LAND SURVEYS
T1II0 F
nninuT wioiTHD
tnuhiuiii vioiiui
' s. as ' . I. . II ,
Man - Believed to ,1. nave
Lived in Portland, ''
'r FrinevUle, Or.,' N6v, 15.-A posse to
day is searching the sagebrush - coun
try hereabouts for a man named H111,
said to be , from Portland, who , last
night shot - and .fatally j wounded one
Dickenson, at the Dickenson claim In
the Camp ' Creek country, $0 miles
southeast of here. .
The shooting, according to the mea
gre details obtainable, as cold-blooded
and was actuated by some past dif
ference between 'Dickenson and IlalL
,. Dickenson and his wife took. up their
claim only a few weeks ago, and they
Matuli thnuffh , nothlno - was
learned of their . past, home life L, and
arrairs.- ..":...
Hall arrived at Bend last' night on
the O.-W. R. & N. train, and left at
Atf In an Aiifnmnhlle. :f . From What
can be learned, ha . drove straight to
the Dickenson place, arriving there
about miomgnt. e openea. yu
Dickenson, ( Who with his wife was
.ntta4ninv Hnma nAllfhbora.' .', 1 H ' ' V:
H.I--P "
Th. nlaOAra wtra.M altunned DV tnO
sudden .appearance and violence of
Hall, that he was auowea to ges n.wjr
without interrerence.
SPRINGFIELD '
Alleged That Voters Were In
tirqated by Jom Kay
Among Others, '. ,
' Eugene. Or., Nov. 16. Alleging fraud
and intimidation on the part of tha
"drye" and that the ballot was Irreg
ular, the weU" or springneia an
akinar to restrain, the county court
from' declaring the city of Springfield
!'dry" by filing a suit in the circuit
court . The papers were filed late yes
terday. T. C Luckey, a saloon owner,
Is plaintiff and the members of the
county court are named as aerenaama.
E. B. Seabrook and. A M. Dibble, of
Portland, and John C. Mullen, of Spring
field, are attorneys for - the plaintiff.
Luckey charges in his complaint thet
the two election boards at the election
November 4, were Influenced by tt
Prohibition element, ana tnat every
member was In favor of Prohibition;
that Thomas Kay. Portland, sent, to
Springfield by Governor West and paid
out of the governor's emergency fund,
intimidated many of -the voters who
were against Prohibition, thereby pre
venting them from casting their ballots
It Is alleged In the- complaint
that the election board worked entirely
under the direction of Kay and ThomHP
Bikes, of Bpringfleld, to prevent as far
as possible the voting of persons who
were against Prohibition. .
It is alleged in the complaint that
the election board examined many or
the ballots and upon finding then,
marked against Prohibition refused to
place them in the ballot box. Because
of the orders, threats and intimidation
of Detective Kay.- says the complaint,
many voters did not go to the polls ar.-l
many who did go were ordered away
and did not return.
The plaintiff further avers that Sikes,
who was stationed at the polls, would
make a sign to Kay whenever Sikes
thought that certain persons should
not vote and that these persons weie
ordered by Kay to . leave the polling
place.
' The complaint further alleges that
there should have been provided a sep
arate ballot other than th. city ballot,
with which to vote upon the Prohibi
tion question and because of the fuel
that the question waa submitted on the
city ballot, many legal voters of the
state, who, however were not entitled
to vote at the city election, were disen
franchised and denied the right to vote.
HARRISBURG ALSO
t HAS A "FIGHTER"
Albany, Or., Nov. 16. Alleging- that
the local option liquor election held at
Harrlsburg November 4 was Illegal, W.
B. Holman, a saloon keeper of that city.
has riled an Injunction suit in the cir
cuit court of Linn-- county, against the
county ' officials and city officers of
I ISO I
CONTESTING ELECTION
' '
EEM0VED
THE CITY TICKET OFFICE OF THE
IS NOW LOCATED AT -
348 Washington Street
V ; MORGAN BUILDING , - ; .
BETWEEN BROADWAY, AND PARK STREET
' ' BEGINNING1 OF, PORTLAND'S,, . :
" u y NEW; RAILROAD ROW ; ' ( " '
i : Jh. dickson , ;
C1TY PASSENGER AND TICKET AGENT
. ,'v TELEPHONES MARSHALL 3071, "A.22d6 , '
i i
Harrlsburg, to restrain any attempt to
enforce any result of, the election as it
applied to the sale of liquor., v ft -Ji
The defendants named In the suit are
the county officers of Linn county, and
the mayor, and city council of Harris-
burg,';):j;-Y;v:1i1:,,;,if:.!ii;?' ;viyC(v;,'f
Reasons for contesting the election
as given, are that it was ' not held at
any general election authorized by 'tne
state laws; that no petition was pre
sented to the city council; that no no
tice was given by the proper officers of
the city, that the city did not make an
order that the same should be held, and
that no Judges or cTerks were appolntad
by city officers"; "--v-"?". - r
. .Attorneys A. C. .' Woodcock and O. O.
Miln S360 Office aoari to 12; 1:30 to 4
jjDR. ' H.1 A." HUFFMAN, ;'
e00 Mfo Bldg.;'';.!';;' PortUna, Oregon
JOHN WELCH DENTAL' DEPOT
"'.' Morgan " Building i; '
Office bout g-lt a. n.H p. av'; '
neaes Jfaia 8256; MJH,'j.. .',;r-,v;
DR. ' HENRY C, FDCOTT ; :
DENTIST ;; :
556 Morgan Bldf. V; Portland, Ore.
TbosMi Office Kaia V7t, Bee. Tabor Mai.
DR. P. Q. FREEBURGER
DENTIST .
Suit SOO-eOT Xergaa Bid., Bieagway and
Washlngtoa Sts., Fortlaad, Oregoa.
4
Bean te 11 a. a. 1 te p. m. FkeiMei
Offioe, JCala 1338, A-8388, Basideaoe, aat
BVAV. v.-
DR. J. O. KENYON
Dcniioi
Beam MS Xortaa Bid., Waahiagtea aad
Bnadway, roruana, uiib.
nenes Xaia MM; A-1078.
DR. NORRIS R. COX
DENTIST
gait tit Morgan Bids., WasfclBgtaa and
Bieadway, Portlaad, Oregon.
4
MILLARD C. HOLBROOK
DENTISTRY1
THOMAS WYNNE WATTS, M. D.
Diseases of Skin
Main 85 19 Suite 806-7
y DR. E. C. CLARK
DENTIST,
Main 3256 556 Morgan Bldg.
DR. C. R. TEMPLETON
DENTIST
606-607 Morgan Bldg.
Main 2838
HUBERT F. LEONARD, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office Hours 10-18; 8-6.
DR. E. WESLEY FINZER
Denture Specialist -Office
Hoars t to 12 . m.t 1 ta 5 D. B.
Pbone Main TOO; A-1T00.
757-758 Morgan Bldg.
Want Ads
Holman. represent the plaintiffs. The
former Uvea in Eugene and the latter
In Dallas. He is a brother ' of the
plaintiff. 1 . i . i . , '
, f ,, ,, , -i " , "J ,
Extra Only on. Consent. ;
Los Angeles, Nov. 15. -No longer will
bucolic customer enter, a barber shop
for a shave and get shorn. City Prose
cutor Nlmmo haa ordered .his officers
to arrest "tonsorlallsts'' who add extra
without consent of their victims..
.; ri . 1 1 i m ,i I. i ,i 1 1 .v,.y.r'i'
t Mrs, Bjrera Very DL 1 ,
Pendleton,' Or., Nov. 16 Mrs. W.' 0.
Byers. prominent pioneer resident . or
this T6riy.-W-serWllaiy AT atTie?'lome
with pneumonia,
Mo
rgan Building Directory
BROADWAY, WASHINGTON AND PARK STREETS
DR. ELOF T. HEDLUND
DR.. DALLAS LOY
- -DENTISTS
456-459 Morgan Bldg.
Marshall 96, A-3827.
DR. S. M. HAMBY
DENTIST
168
DR. R. B. NORTHRUP,
Osteopathic Physician.
Suite 308.
M9. '
DR. HERMAN R. BIERSDORF
Physician and Surgeon
EDWARD M. SENN, D. M. D.
Dentistry
Phone Main 5948 . Suite 407-8
DR. CHARLES E. MORELAND
DENTISTRY
858-8(9-169 Kerraa Bldg., Wasaiagtea aad
Broadway strait.
Taeas Kaia S95&, Bertlaad, Or,
Phone Main 2589
C. R. HASKELL, D. D. S.
. DENTIST ,
801 Morgan Building
Vfcoaea Hala 1284 1 A-1071
DR. JACK ML YATES
DENTIST
Suite SSt Xorgaa Bldg., WMhhtgtea
Bieadwsjr, Fertlaad, Oregou.
aad
DR. S. J. DAVIS
Dentistry
stored from Deaum Bldg. to 809-810-811.
Morgan Building.
Phone Vala 8648
811
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Her Welcome to the
It's Spring in Southern California. The skies are bright
J
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Afford ample accommodations for all :,
Call at Qty Ticket Office, 80 Sixth Street, Corner, of Oak, for' informatioii as to
, fares, ; train schedules and California literature. 4
TWO FOUND GUILTY OF
MURDER IN LOS ANGELES
ton Angeles, Nov, 16. Found - guilt
almost at the same hour of first degree
murder, Burr Harris, a negro who killed
Mrs. Rebecca Pf GayV a Christian Sci
ence Dractitloner. and Louis Af Larson,
a barber, who murdered his wifet wiU
be sentenced Tuesday. The aeatn pen
alty will be imposed on both.; ,' -
Harris was found guilty by Jtiry
after 18 minutes of deliberation. - He
bear Mrs. mv tdaath with a gas pipe
was captured a week later in San Diego.
Offioe phonei: Vala 8256, A-8751. Bm.
phone Main (808, ' . , -
DR. JOHN W. McCOLLOM
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
. SUITE 553-557v Morgan B14g .
DR. WILLIAM F. HUBBARD
Suite 803-804 Morgan Bldg.
Portland, Ore.
Eeusi 11 te II A. at. fl te I B. at.
Faene Mala lilt.
GEO. EARLE HENTON, M. t.
Diseases of tha Eye -
Offioe phoae Ha In S50T, Baa, Tabor SD88.
Howl to 18 1 te 4:80. Suadays, t to 11,
Evsnincs by appointment. , .
Honn Sar. 1:80 to 4:00: Smdaya. lliSO
to 18:00 m. Hours Evening, Tuesday aad
Batarday, TjSO te 8:00.
DR. D. H. RAND
Office, 001 to 807 Morgaa Bid. Zatraaee
on waaaiaetoa. Telephone Haia 87b.
Beaidaaoe. 164 Mth 8t7, K. Telepaeae
kata 8M, Home A m.
DR. EDMUND B.. HASLOP,
Osteopathic Phyaiciaa,
Suite 456-7-8-9. v
Marshall 96, A-3827.
Offioe brans 8:18 a. fa.,' 1-4 p, na. Bheae
MarahaU 1888.
Beeidenoe, Mt. Tabor, 118 Beat 14th Bt,
Baoae Tabor 4878. .
DR. H. N. LACY
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon
801 Morgan Bldg., Waahlaatoa aad Bread.
an Bldg., 1
ortlaad, Or,
way,
JAMES C. HAYES
Physician and Surgeon
800-801 Morgan Bldg.
Phone Mala M88.
Offioe Houis 11 to 1 m.t I to 8; 7. to 8
p. m. Baa. 887 Hairht Ave., eorner ghaver
at, Boa. phone Woodlawa 808 J 0-184, Port
land, Or. - f i
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' DOMKST1C COMMERCIAI, REPORTS
COIXECTIONS MADIA KVKBYWUK&B .
Due's Bnlew
. ,'.'.-'-
Off ires la aU Important
211-222 Morgan Building . "
Winter Tourist
aud the oranges are ripening in the mellow sunshine.' ' '
THREE TRAINS A DAY
via the ,
SHASTA ROUTE
IY)i sun sit gaal
r. M0tNeSHASULl I
- c
'The Exposition Line 1915?
IV John' Ma Scott, General Pcsscn-cr
1' "APPLE t)AY NOVC.:"Z?. 1 -
He pleaded Innnnlty. ir a: i
the killing ot mm. wimam i - ,
Compton a year ago.
Larson was found tvlltr ot i
ing his Wife at a lone spot In - . ,
canyon. , The greater part of the evi
dence against him waa circumaUmUnt.
His daughter,' Luella, IT,- practlcRU '
convicted him br her testimony.
-. .-. i" '" ' ' "
I Wants .to Swim ranama Canal, t
vi Los Angeles. . Nov. 15. Miss Qlady a'
Lynch wants to be the first American
girl to swim tie Panama canal, j 6he
starts for the sone with her mother,
next week. She will take along thet
'niftiest red .bathing suit money ean
buy, : .- . Y:-.Mtly '
DR. C. O. TOUNa,
Physician and Surgeon
Main 3088, A-4148.
HORACE M. PATTON, M. D,
Physician and Surgeon. v
Main 3088, A-4M8. '
Dffloe phoaasi Kaia M, A-ITtt,
phone Maia 819. '
. DR. LLOYD IRVINB
Physician and Surgeon
Suite 8M-J57 Xorgaa Bldg. '
Offioe: Booma S60-889 Morgaa Sldf third
floor- Broadway or 7th aad Waahlagtoa
; Sts. Telephonea Main S450, A-1131.
V-y ' ; DR. E. EAST V
. Physician and Surgeon
Office Hours 11 to 18 a. in., te 4 aad
: to 7t4 p, an. guadara by eppolat
BMata only. v-r' '
Offioe phone Kaia 378, , Xreolag aunt ben
Mala 8809, A-810B. ; -, , .. . ;
' R, F. JAMES, M. D.
, " Physician and Surgeon '
04-S08-OO Korgaa Bldg., Waaaiagtea BC
and Broadway.---''
Offioe hours 11 to 18. te 8, T te . Ban.
days 11 to 1. : ." , 'i -' :
""IV"11'" ""
, DR. F. H. DAMMASCH ,
L v Physician and Surgeon ,
. ' 400-401 KOBOAB BTTILDIXif ,.
Offioe hours 11 to 18; to 4:80 1 7 to 8.
Sunday by appointment enly, '
Office phone.: Main 3763 A-8025.
Baaideaoo, 898 Xaat 884, sear Hawtherse,
Bhoaoa East 77: B-8888.
HARRY J. ANDERSON, M.
Physician and Surgeon -
Bttlte Sag. Hours to It OM 1 to t p. n.
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