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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1920.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1 ! f
Council of Jewish Women at S p. m. In Concordia club rooms.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1
Kuffet supper dance at Waverley Country club by Mr. and Mrs.
t. W. Breath aad Mr. and Mrs: B. W. Haney.
No boat luncheon. Dutch room, Hazel wood, riven by Canteen
Club. - -
creen; era oman
. - r... . Portland Federation of Women's Organisations, viait to munlci
tlAT.KNTlAK pal dock No. 4. at Jp. m.
JSXMJMUi. JiU w Portland Parent-Teacher council t Central library at X ;S0 p. m.
Married Folk to
Be Guests at
Br Helea Hatehleoa
f ORES than 20 of the youngwr mar
1V1 rted folk of the city will be irueU
at a dancing- party given this evening: at
lAiirelhumt club by Mr. and Mrs. C. It.
Miller. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cofoid and
Mr. and Mra, C. H. Greene.
A almlSar function will be given Wed
nesday evening at Waverley Country
club by Mr. and Mra. Jacob W. Creath
and Mr. and Mra. Bert E. Haney. A
buffet supper will be a feature of this
Delta Delta Delta alliance will give a
tea Saturday at the home of Mrs. Ralph
It, -Cake, 827 East Twenty-fifth street
north. Receiving hours will be from 3
to 5 o'clock, and members of all sorori
ties are Invited to attend.
The dance ; scheduled by community
service for the Portland Heights club
Saturday evening will be postponed and
in its place Mayor Baker has asked
the organization to assemble BOO of Its
young women members to be present at
a, dance to be given at Multnomah
A'mateur Athletic club for the enter
tainment of the men of the Twelfth de
trvr dfvinlon who will arrive in the
city from San Diego Friday. Mrs. Baker
mm. w. K. , Woodward will be
among the patronesses for the affair,
.1 .' "
The women's card club 6t the-Elks
lodge will give, their weekly party at
the Elks temple Thursday afternoon at
2 o'clock. Bridge and "600" will be
ninv. Mra. J. P. Cassidy and Mra
r'hariM rvinrad will be hostesses for
A "KM" narty will be given by the
American Legion . auxiliary Wednesday
afternoon In the assembly room of the
Portland hotel at 2 :J0 o'clock. The af
fair Is to be a benefit for the sick and
disabled soldiers In local hospitals.
Gordon Granger Relief corps will hold
Us annual election of officers at the
nxt rAeular meeting Thursday. AU
members are urged to be present.
Miss Delnhlne Rosenfeld and her
fiance. Robert Koshland. will be guest
nt honor at a sumier dance In ne Ar
cadlan gardens of the Multnomah hotel
Friday evening, for which Mr. and Mra
Jacob Rosenthal will be hosts. :
Mrs. Leo Fried entertained at a thea
tre party Saturday, honoring Mrs. Fred
H. Lew of San Francisco, who is the
guest of her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Frank. Monday
Mrs. Levy waa the guest of honor at a
hrfds-a cartv at the Mallory hotel, for
which Mrs. A. Frank was hostess. To-
lay Mrs. Joseph Rothchlld presided at a
similar funcuon honoring me visitor.
Mrs. , Louis It Tarpley- has returned
' from an extended visit in " the East,
where she was the guest of her son,
' Donald Tarnlev. In New York. Mr. and
Mrs. Tarpley are domiciled for the win-
ter at Alexandra court.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. RuBselL who have
been making their home at the Mallory
hotel, left the dty1 Sunday for San
: Francisco, where they will visit thetr
son for a few days and will sail Wednes
day for the Orient, to be absent about
!: three months.
.Mr. and' Mrs. Blaine R. Smith were
- hosts for a dinner of 12 coyers at their
. new home near MUwaukle, Sunday,
Mr. and MraW. E. Morrow announce
the birth of a son. born to them In Se-
attle. Mra Morrow was Miss Naomi
Wlest before her marriage.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brower have re
y turned from Denver, Colo., where they
spent some weeks. They Also visited
California during their absence from
Portland. They are now making their
horoa at Belle Court apartments.
' Word haa been received In Portland j
of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and
Mra W. T. Farley (Norma Hauser) In
St. Paul, Minn. The baby, who will be
called Norma Hauser after her mother,
.. Is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric
V. Hauser. - -".''
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hurlbut. during
their sojourn In Rome, have received
: many social attentions. Among the In
te resting people who have entertained
them are WUHam L Greene, the British
organist of the American Church of
Rome, and Mrs. Greene; Madame Ame-
lla Polllnl of the La Scala Grand
Opera, the eminent Italian Wagnerian
soprano, and the Duke and Duchess
" A (tea will be given by the women of
. Will P. Dickinson W. R. C. No. 10, at
.the home of Mrs.. Blowers, 940 East
Main street. Wednesday afternoon, from
-A t to 5 o'clock. G. A. R. members are
Iqvl ted to attend..
The many friends of Mr. and ' Mrs.
Archibald S. Gould of Honolulu will be
pleased to learn of the arrival of a
daughter at their home October 29. Be
fore her marriage Mrs. Guild was Miss
Wlnnlfred Wilson of Portland.
Assets of Defunct
Spokane, Wash.. Nov. 30. A final dis
tribution of the cash assets of the de
funct Washington Motion Picture cor
poration, approximating $14,000. will
come up for hearing In the superior
court December 20. Approximately
122,000 of, the general claims remain to
be paid, . together with tn compensa
tion ot the receiver and his attorney.
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Violinist Will Play
Saint-Saens - Concerto
On Wednesday evehlng at the Hellig,
Charles Hackett, tenor of the Metro
politan, and Raoul Vidas, violinist, will
appear In joint recital under the direc
tion Steers fc Coman. Though born In
Roumanla. Vidas is a product of France.
Following is the program:
"La Folia" . .Corelli (18th century)
Star Vieino" Da Baa
Oia a cole dal Ganre" ....Scarlatti
O 81n. Why Dost Thou Leaf Met". .Handel
'Pastorale" . Yeracioi
Cooearto No. 1 ("Kn La") , . Baint-Sacna
Aria, r Ch seUda- jnanina" from "La
"Dana VillaceoiM" Dibitrewo
Prelude, Allegro - Painani Kreiiler
Com. VTt'tt Wander". .......... .Cornelia
Lea Paplllons" Chaasaoe
In tha Foraat" Amorce
A large committee of active hustlers
are assisting Cyclone Curtis, state dep
uty supreme dictator, to hustle in a
class of 100 candidates Wednesday night
to ride the goat of Portland lodge, Loyal
Order of Moose.
Portland camp. Woodmen of the
World, Wednesday evening at W. O. W.
temple, is to have a program of musical
selections, monologue, vaudeville, oratory
and special features, to which members
and friends are invited. The committee
is Walter B. Schade. S. T, Chapin, H.
P. Briggs. J. F. Gladwyn and C. J.
Orpha Rebekah lodge last Friday gave
farewell party to F. E. Weaver and
wife who are returning to Toledo, Ohio.
after several years' residence In Port
land. A pleasant evening was spent In
music, games and' dancing. Luncheon
was served after the program..,
Court Multnomah, Foresters of Amer
ica, Monday evening gave Its annual
entertainment and dance at W. O. W,
temple to a large number of friends and
members. Dancing followed a most in
teresting program. The court Is one of
the most enterprising and fraternal of
the order in the state.
Rose City camp, Modern Woodmen of
America, Monday . evening held Initia
tion with Venerable Consul D. L. Shrig
In the chair. Captain Fred Graap of
Alberta camp team and a company made
up or teams of both camps assisted in
putting on the work.
3r O. Burgess of California Is ex
pected to take charge of the field work
Of Oregon for the Modern Woodmen of
America December 1. succeeding A. P.
Martin. Burgess Is well known all over
California as a go-getter and hustler.
- Industry lodge, A. O. U. W., Monday
night in Pythian hall held Initiation
work after which Chef John Mann
turned out clams and clam soup a la
Seaside, appreciated by every one.
Noted Tenor Soloist
To Be Heard Tonight
Charles Bulotti, tenor, who is to be
soloist at the First Apollo club concert
of the season at The Auditorium tonight.
Is a native of San Francisco, of Italian
descent. He was in Europe when the
war broke out. studying with a noted
Russian maestro in Italy. Mra Bulotti
Is her husband's accompanist. They are
registered at the Benson.
Hurlbuts Move to Nice
- According to letters received here,
Harold Hurlbut, Portland tenor, who has
been In Rome for several weeks, study
ing witb the Italian masters, has left
that city and Is now at Nice with Mrs.
Hurlbut and their baby. Street demon
strations and occasional riots caused the
Portlanders to change their place of resi
dence, as they did not car to get Into
the; path of stray bullets.
By Thornton W. Bargess
Borne people teem to take deUcht
jn cmn otftera pain and trifht.
Runty tba To Squirrel.
TOOR Rusty ! He was In trouble.
X was in the worst trouble he ever had
been in In all his life. He wished with
all his might that he never had come
near the Green Forest. It waa the most
terrible place in all the Great World.
He was sura of that. There couldn't be
another place where ha would have to
suffer such dreadful fear and at the
same time such pain. Tet only a little
while before he had thought the Green
Forest quite tha nicest and most beau
tiful place tn all the Great World.
Crouched as far down as he could get.
which wasn't far at all. in a hollow high
up in a certain tree, he shook with fear
and at the same time was sick with
pain. And it had all happened so sud
denly. He didn't understand it even
now. He had been attending strictly to
his own business, hunting for hickory
nuts on the ground. Then had come a
shrill warning to hide, from his cousin.
Chatterer the Red Squirrel. He had
looked up to see a great two-legged
giant pointing what seemed like a stick
at him. He had Jumped for the nearest
tree and whisked around the trunk. As
he did so there was a flash from that
stick pointed at him by the two-legged
giant, a terrible noise, and something hit
him, hurting terribly. Somehow, he had
managed to climb up to that hole and
Now he was too weak to move, yet he
knew by the sounds that the giant waa
climbing up to that hole. It would have
been bad enough had not been hurt,
but to be wounded and weak, unable to
run and have to He there listening to
a cruel : enemy climbing nearer and
nearer was awful, simply awful.
Presently the noise made by the
climbing giant ceased. Then in a few
minutes he heard voices. They were
angry voices, and one of them he knew
must be the Voice of that dreadful two
legged giant Presently he heard that
giant climbing again, but this time the
sound grew fainter Instead of louder and
in a minute or two ceased. That was
when the hunter climbed down at the
command of Farmer Brown's boy.
But Rusty did not know this. He felt
too badly to even peek out to see what
was going on below, and so he knew
nothing about the way Farmer Brown's
By VeUa Wiener
rpHE women of the First Congrega
X tional church have most attractively
arranged the large parlors down stairs
for their annual bazaar, which Is being
held today. One booth is Spiled high
with preserves and jams; another Is
hidden by rugs and quilts. Mra John
McCall presides over a very tastily
arraneed booth at which handkerchiefs
of various slses and prices are for sale.
A feature of the bazaar will be the
luncheon served at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs.
H. R. Wakeman is chairman of the
luncheon committee. Dr. McElveen has
booth. Its chairman is Mrs. Darwin
Tyree and she has for her associates
Ruth Harding, Anna Dring, Emma
Rlegelmann, Madeline Cherry and. Edna
The Women's New Thought club will
meet at the home of Mrs. H. K. Senour,
718 East Main street, Wednesday after
noon, December 1, at 2 o'clock. Mra
August Schaefer will be leader and her
subject' will be, "Jewels From the Jewel
Case of Health."
The State Woman's Tress club will
meet Wednesday at 7 :30 p. m. In room
F of Central library.
The Woman's alliance of the Uni
tarian church will meet Wednesday aft
ernoon. The business session will be
held at 2 o'clock. The literary feature
will begin at 2. Miss Bertha Stuart will
speak on "Book Illustrations and Cover
Designs." For many years Miss Stuart
did the illustrations and cover designs
for the Henry Holt Publishing company
of New York city. A large attendance
School teachers In all Oregon counties
took advantage of the extension divi
sion's reading circle within tha last 12
months and did their professional read
ing under its direction. Of the 3547 who
did reading in this way 347 were from
Multnomah county. Other countlea are
listed as follows:
Baker. 84 : Benton. 68 : Clackamas,
185: Clatsop. 117: Columbia, 61: Cods
131: Crook. 21: Curry. 34: Deschutes.
37: Douglas. 188; Gilliam. 22: Grant. 50;
Harney. 24 : Hood River, 55 ; Jackson,
188: Jefferson. 26: Josephine. 27: Klam
ath, 46 ; Lake, 20 ; Lane. 339 : Lincoln.
41 : Linn. 169 ; Malheur, 44 ; Marion, 256 ;
Morrow. 46 : Polk. 157: Sherman. 81:
Tillamook, 68 ; Umatilla. 173 : Union, 87 ;
Wallowa, B3 ; Wasco, 69 ; "Wheeler, 17 ;
Yamhill. 107 ; unasstgnei, 41.
St David's Episcopal church will hold
a bazaar in the assembly room. Hotel
Portland, Friday from 2 to 10 p. m. and
Saturday from 10 to 6 p. m. Morrison
street entrance. Beautiful hand made
rugs will be among the many attractive
things on sale.
Film Story Recalls
Clyde Fitch Visits
And Kin's Presence
University of Oregon friends are In
terested In the film presentation of
"The Frisky Mrs. Johnson" , this week
at the Peoples theatre and fondly re
call Its author. Clyde Fitch. Fitch,
who died several years ago, was not an
Oregon man, although he had visited
in Portland aad in Eugene, where he
waa a guest of the Sigma Chi frater
nity, of which he waa a member.
His sister. Miss Louise Fitch, has
made Oregon her home for the last
five years, and since the death of her
brother has had his family living with
her. She first came to Portland as
grand president of the Delta Delta Delta
sorority. In this capacity she was
much feted here. Later she went to
Eugene, where she was house mother
tor the local chapter. At present she
is officially connected with the uni
versity. Miss Fitch waa sent by the
Y. W. C A. during the early part Of
the war to France. Since her return
she has lectured on her experiences
before many tf the more prominent
women's organisations of this city.
boy drove the hunter off. All he knew
was that he was dreadfully sick. He
felt so sick that presently he wasn't even
afraid. He didn't even hear the snick
ering of his cousin. Chatterer the Red
Squirrel, as the latter watched Farmer
Brown's boy drive the hunter out of the
Green Forest. He didn't even know
when Chatterer Jumped over into the
very tree he was in and anxiously asked
if he was much hurt, or when, receiving
Nor did he know when a little later
Fanner Brown's boy returned and
began to climb that tree.
no answer. Chatterer peeped in at him.
Nor did he know when a little later
Farmer Brown's boy returned and be
gan to cUmb that tree. Perhaps it is
Just as well that he didn't know that,
for if he had known It ha would have
suffered again the terrible fear which
bad been his when be beard the hunter
climbing toward his hiding place.
Poor Rusty! He was in dreadful
trouble, and through no fault of his
wiw For him was gone all the bright
ness of a beautiful day, all the Joy of
honest work. . In their place was hope
less suffering. And all that a thought
less hunter with a terrible gan might
have what he called sport
(Copyricht 12. by T. W. Burt na. )
The next story :
Boy's Tender Heart"
"Farmer - Brown's
OBPRBCM Broadway at Taylor. Martin Back.
'uocTuie. ieanirn( Mm, Dote, la ' Opera tw
Sweethearts." 2:20 and 8:20.
PANTAGES Broadway at Abler. Hifh elaa
Twwnua ana pnotnelsy feature Afternoon
and araning. Procram ohaacea Monday after
WW'8 HIPPODHOMB Broadway it Tin-
mil. jsirecuon Ackermao aV Ha.-na. Taude
"Ul. Afternoon and aicht ,
BAKER Morrison at Eleventh. . L'akrr Stock
oacpany in "I Lore Ton." Me tint. Wednea
?'o tnd 8und' 20; tTeninsa.
LYRIC Bread way aad aforrison. Lyric Moafca
daily, 2:20; areninw. 8:20.
COMBu-r-Bl Stark. Marlon Dartr. In
- me KeMJeae But." 11 a. m. to 1 1 p. m.
U?E.R7,YBred"' 8,rt Wallace Rett.
o.:?rt.Alw"5?.,ik?d,cio'" 1 1 - m. to 1 1 p. m.
BIVOLI WaabinctoB at Park. William Ca-
banne'o, "Toe Stealers." 11 l m, to 11 n. m.
MAJESTIC Washington. t Park. Mabel Nor.
mana, to "What Happened to Boss." 11 a
m tn 11 f). m
PEOPLES Weat Park at Alder. BLIlia Burke.
in "Tba rrtaky Mrs, Johnson." 11 a. m.
to 11 d. m.
8T.J ? Mhinetori t Park. Tom Mnore. ta
Gay Lord Quel." 11 a. m. to 11 p. m.
CIRCLE Fourth near Waahiniton. BaaeU
Bamscala in "Loa' Twist" 9 a. m. to 4
o'clock the next mominc
The new ferrvbnat on th win...i.
river at Harrisburg broke away on Its
-r'P nu noaiea aown me stream
a quarter of a mile before it was stopped
by lodging upon a sandbar.
And highest grade And finest exclusive
Hickson and Harry Hickson and Harry
Collins Dresses Collins Suits reduced
Reduced. to Half Price.
In New Film
By A. 8. J.
A CURST for apathetic souls satiated
with the commonplace round of
routine is a night with ' Wallace Beld
at the Liberty theatre. There are
more thrills and startling, episodes and
hair-breadth escapes, more heroism, ro
mance and downright villainy packed
Into "Always Audacious" than In any
film attraction that haa appeared at
the Liberty in the past year.
Probably nine people out of ten In
the Sunday audience had read Tou
jour de l'Audace" in serial form In
the Saturday Kvening Post, but this
familiarity with the tale did not de
tract from enthusiastic appreciation of
the film adaptation. The production
presented ' by Reid and his company
follows closely the story as it appeared
in print, and aeveral of the dramatic
situations have been emphasised and
elaborated to suit the needs of Scenario.
Wallace Reid Is at his best in "Al
ways Audacious." His temperament
adapts itself to all one's moods, and he
remains the hero still while concocting
the most brasen villainy. Margaret
Loomls figures to admirable advantage
Fur Prices fbown To
Where I) ou Want Them
Never before in our history have we offered such re
markable values in fashionable furs.
Make your Christmas selections now. We do not know
how long such low prices can remain, but we know that
lower prices would be impossible to name.
Our entire $300,000 stock without reserve, at reductions
30 to 60
Now to select the
need for the
Assortments are large for practical
in the love story woven Into this woof
of sordid Intrigue.
Comedy and romance are pleasantly
combined in "What Happened to Rosa.'
In which Mabel Normand la appearing
at the Majestic theatre. As Mayme
Ladd, slave of department store grind.
Miss Normand lives a double Ufa. so
to speak ; for, while she suffers the
trials of her labors, she recovers the
minute the store doors r close for the
evening and on wings of a vivid imagi
nation she flies ' into love and adven
Her adventures largely hinge about
her Incongruous belief Mn the super
natural, a belief inspired by a visit to
a quack seeress, who pictures the tired
little department store girl as the rein
carnation of the dashing Rosa Alvaro.
In a Spanish costume resurrected from
an aged trunk the reincarnation of
Rosa sallies forth to conquest She
finds it in the arms ot a veritable
Prince Charming, and everyone lives
happily forever after.
Heading the new bill at the Pantages
is the "Carnival of Venice," a clever
presentation of acceptable Italian aongs
and music, offered In a scenic replica of
the. Bridge of Sighs, where Mme. Dona
tella, harpist, and her seven associates,
appear. The performers are garbed In
beautiful carnival costumes.
"Coontown Divorcons," a blackface
comedy act presented by John King and
clothes you will
wear as you
are sure to
want for the
Dave Irwin, brings many laughs from
Pantages audiences, who especially en
Joyed the double role in which King
appears as both Mr. and Mrs. Blue. A
bird act, with a gay assemblage ot feath
ered friends. Is "Pot Pourri," a show
house for bird trainers.
Harry Bussey sings, chatters, strums
a guitar, does a rapid cartoon and per
forms sleight-of-hand maneuvers tn pre
senting his own little vaudeville show.
"Sister Susie" Is the melodious and com
ical offering of Frank Cook and Jean
Varnon. The show opens with the ap
pearance of the Fantlno sisters, gym
Find Human Portrait
Made 2300 B, 0.
.Philadelphia, Pa. What is believed to
be the oldest portrait of a human being
has been discovered in the University
of Pennsylvania's museum collection of
clay tablets from Babylonia, according
ton an announcement by Dr. Leon La
graln. curator of the Babylonian sec
tion. The portrait Is on a clay "post
age stamp," which also served as a
seal for a registered package, dated
about 2800 B. C. It Is a picture of Ibl
Sin, the last king of Ur, known to
Blblostudenu as Ur of the Chaldee.
The board of directors of the Port
land Shakespeare Study club will meet
Wednesday at 2 p. m. in Central library.
Steel Arrives for
Vancouver. Wash Mnw in a i.a,'m
of 4290 tons of steel arrived In Van
couver Monday for the G. M. Standifer
Construction company. This Is the sec
ond steel cargo to arrive libra this
With the object of meeting the re
quirements of growers next season, tha
Hood River Applo Growers' association
la now building a 36x100 feet building
fronting on the C--W. R., 4 N. tracks In
i . j . -.
Cfjp Apollo lub
75 Male Voice
November 30 th
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SEATS KOW BELLING AT
SHERMA.V, CLAY 4 CO.
PBICES 12.00, $U. 11.00, 7e, Me
TICKETS WOVT SEM.I1TO
HFII Cl Broadway at Taylor
r,il",1VJ Phone Mala 1
we'ek NEXT NIGHTS
BABOAIW PRICE C'
MATINEE 8ATDBDAT ) I
Tofetaer With Bla Own Company
la the Corned-
EYE'S Floor, J; Bal., 6 rows $1.$B.
17 rows $i; Oal., res., 7 rowe 7Scj
adm. 60c. Barrels Hat. Maw Floor,
fii oai., e rows i ii rows BOc.
BARGAIN MATINEE I'
THE COMEDY HIT OF TUB
I LOVE V
IT'S BEAT. PUN FBODTTCED BY
BEAL MASTERS .
ALSO MATINEE SATURDAY
stalls -Tie Rlkti1lelstU
MML DOREE'S OPERALOGUE
BIO CLOW AND CLINTON
DALE and BURCH
GAHCINETTI BROTHERS M
L U O A 8 aw p LTi
TUC MIMft CI Ittrr
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H." B. Warner in
COMEDY "MR DMA"-- PATHS NSWi.
DILLON AND FRANKS IN
The Roeeeue Ohoru In Full Bloom.
Matinee at t Right, 7 anS S.
CotMti-y Stare Cvere Tuaada Night.
OHORUS OIRLS OONTKST FRIOAlT NICHT
JLL MATIRft DAILY, Z:M. aV if
XMreet from a triumphal International touf
"OARNIVAL OF VCNIOI,"
a chapter (root the brilliant nicht life of
John Kins and Dave Irwin tn their orlftaal
i' f . r. m
Showa Deilr- Ntfbt Curtala T aad
TODAY. TON 10 MT Alice Late a no Stuart
Molmea, "SODY ANO SOUL"! "FASHIONS A
LA CARTS." muitoai aomeefy . faehlew revuei -All
Rajah, mental marvel tlaasieflSltf- Num
ALL NIW STEPS ANO POPULAR OANCIS
vnarantecd hi three-hour leaaona. i Ladiee
$3. Gentlemen IS. If Honef 'a beanUful
aaademv. 28t and Washington. Beainnera'
cUai atarta Moadar and Thondey areninaa. ,
Adrancd clause Tueeday evening, $ to
- ltutO. Plenty of daairable partners ar4
Kietiea no ambarraMBieiiL Yea can mki
rn danolnc la prlrsU lessons Iron lav
ferior teacher yon moat hare praettc.
IJCAHN IN A BE A I. SCHOOL, front nmfe-
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laatonj ail hours.