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Entered t the rout off Ire in Salem,
SALEM SHOULD HAVE A
There are a number of conditions precedent, things that
are fundamental, in the full and rounded development of the
greatest fruit district in the world, to which goal the Salem
district is headed, and which goal will surely be attained in
food time, on account of the diversity of our horticultural
products in which we excel.
One of these is the development of the 130,000-odd horse
power of hydro-electric energy that is closely tributary and
V . Another is the building here of a great cold storage
plant, costing a million dollars or more ; or the putting in of ,
a number of smaller plants in connection with our canneries
and jam and jelly plants, our dehydration plant, and our
Another increasing almost indefinitely of the size of our
several present plants, or the addition of many more plants
for the manufacturing of our fruit products--
V Another the building here of a glass factory to manu
facture the containers needed and that will be needed in the
proper marketing of a large part of the products of our or
chards and yards
And another, very important, the building in Salem of a
beet sugar factory, to supply here at home the many hun
dreds of tons of sugar that must otherwise now and in the
future come from distant points to furnish the sweetening
needed in canning and preserving and preparing generally a
large part of our fruit products going to the markets of the
t Our farmers can raise the sugar beets. We have the
right soil and the right climatic conditions.
. Representatives of the Mormon sugar interests of Utah
came to Salem before the war and proposed to build here in
Salem a beet sugar factory. They, told a meeting of men
representing the business and property and banking interest?
here that they had been carrying on experiments, and that
they had found that a large acreage here was comparable in
this respect with the best sugar beet lands of Germany ; and
Ihat there is no better in the world. They stated that, at the
hen prevailing prices of sugar, muoh lower than they have
been at any time since, the proposed factory would pay ex
penses and overhead, and pay back the cost of the factory it
self above the charges named, EVERY TWO YEARS.
The chances for a profitable manufacturing business in the
making of beet sugar here in Salem are jrreater now than they
were then, because there is a home market for the total out
put of a sugar factory in the fruit concerns here, and in the
larger population of the Salem district.
This matter ought by all means to be followed up vigor
ously. There should be a beet sugar factory in Salem, and
it should be owned cooperatively, by our f rait growing and
manufacturing interests and our home people generally. It
would pay good dividends in two ways; in the profits of man
ufacturing, and in the indirect profits from the employment
of the land with a crop that is a good rotation crop, and the
employment of a large number of extra laborers in both coun
try and city: all helping in the upbuilding of both the city
nrl ihe countrv.
Next week, the Salem Slogan editor will try to prove that
our farmers ought to grow more sorghum, tomatoes, garlic,
horseradish, mushrooms, rhubarb, kale, and perhaps one or
two other special crops which are especially adapted to our
soil and climatic and other conditions.
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST !
Build bt ni?r factory.
W can ral the sucar be-ta.
And the right kind of an or
ran'ter. with the rluht kind of
know-how and barging, can find
the money right here to make it
There U mb talk In r.erlln of
th sign in of the ultimatum tw
in a mM-e "ncrap of papr. 1
Tbcre may even yet have to b
forte applied to make the Hun
Biwcoll Krowers. read what
: Prealdent Itnasell of th Hal-m
1 Tlroccoli association has to say.
And get your seed and plant it.
and attend to It. If you have not
wmt I- ..111 r..m fnr M
i! ' I uCl l rviii . -----
J tiroccoll growers, and seed left
iand also at the aeed store of I).
A. White Son. TJul there w
rot be "i ce . r t.v the ei; I
( of May; -o you woubJbetter
The Best Torchy
1 It's The Added Attrc
p Hon at the
1 OREGON SUNDAY
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
. . Managing Editor
, . Cashier
Manager Job Dept.
Oregon, as second clan matter
BEET SUGAR FACTORY
hurry. If you want in the broccoli
The Polish worn -n of V.lna are
in n 8'PiK. and Ihey pronose to
Polloh off the l,eaEu f Nation.
They are mirely ambitioiiH Ama-
If Mayor Hatvnrsen can pivp Sa
lem a commlHHion r managerial
or coroornt'on form of nivern
ment. h will h?c acromg li.sh' d a
treat and b -n ( irial tank
K-v "Tititr" el Koi-c-l-
oid 11. r 1.. - .
MARION COUNTY TO
SEND 20 GRANGERS
(Continued from page 1)
NTuch "f the work will rmne
'briiKh th" erenntatlon of n"w
iihlrrti -n the floor. It H rec
oitn'red that th'a year will brlnjr
-1 tmuiip nmher of problem,
that call for ihe soberest.- rri,nx
consideration, and thr 1
Hke'v fp h an Mmogphero o,"
'-vif.. v"" fht U even
more pronounced than this uti.il
ly ' rt"in hd- nr((n
fer ecnmmodalinns 't th' rr-"v
' vitor A 'tor filling tli" '''
telr thev expert "'lir" Vnl'-n-tr
or evn Hra'led acc,nm'nor,i
t'ons 'n Tr'vat br.me i )-. h
! the vielforsi rpn f r!re In.- Th-
of May 31. U to be given in in--llmnv
p thorp I no h.tll
Eugene lafee enouKh tT cir r--
vfs'tTn; f t we tjinr.nr1t
ho served, in "i Mthelist md
fhrlt'n -ht-che! A ni-"lr.- -I -
lry for the honor f aerTin"
1 1 iinreaa promises to r-r
bout Stich estS nn "-ere n-ver !"-
for, prodaced In the WlH.m-tf
Spain has Great To-do Over Yankee Road
First Concrete Highway Is Opened With Much Civic Eclat
iS&rxilixr witk tfc?
cotxereto mtxor but
ike first or? cr?eit-
dd i uropG irv -
VV'ER in Spain where the old
m roaaa ouue dt me moors cen-
furies aeo are beinz revamped
with the aid of up-to-date American
road building machinery, the com-
pletion of a new highway becomes
Last fall work began on, the recon-
led IK- , l.EM, MgMrfl
rV JVl' ah XX'
mm l m
14 :. . c--n(,
Artists From Sonora Grand Opera
Company Sing Numbers From World
Famous Productions in Salem
a'em audience f heir at one !
Sale maudiences to hoar at one,
ime CO f,reat a number of crand ;
pera ariists on one occas'on xn ,
'he four Trom the Sonora Iran l
Opera company now playing a ;
hre day enRaeement the
'Uigh theater in th's oty. The!
"our Kinsers. who are on a vaoa-!
tion tour before the opening ot i
heir legnlar cotM-ert eason with
he entire company, are Heatric-
"Izzorni. Hoprano. Speria ('astel.
contralto. Kdward Lejarni. ban
one, ami Ilicnrdo Clarke, tenor.
Th artists are all leading sin-
?r frejn the Sonora ;ranl p-
?ra co..ipany. Lejarzu lormer'v
:ang with ihf lioston (),ura com
'any himI the others have twen
vith the Metropolitan, ,a Seal-i.
and Covent tlarden compriirev
h ' ime groun of four appear
ng here will go to the Meflig in
'ortland May L'.", presenting the
a me nunibrs which are nv-n
I.a.'.t nii:bt'.'; program. w h h
-hange. e.i h day. included th -.imniiH
"Turi'a'I'T Song" from
' armen. siior by l'jnrzii. Tii'1
'epth of tone and dramatic (iial
ty of the hariroiie'H 'ie hi
Troitfibly n ver b -en urpvii..i in
4 Salrn performance. Like
smoothly running river was the
)! e f) Spera fas-el. rotitivlto.
vhen ahe Hang "'Morce Klame.s
-So i. irig" from II Trov.itor.- Il r
-"inl tmni -r v;n ), I'romis-'
Me" from Koli:n Hood.
Kicado f'arke. tnor, v.'llt
vo'ce in brilliant and refreshing
'a.st niaht sang "(JiteM K Q'i"l la '
ro:n Rigoletio Me will be re-
-neinhe'ed t'v many Salem peopl
who attended the music fatn: !
t rnivcrihv of Or con l.d .lutie.
rts of liie tlire Koloi.t - w bo
n:'le thiii event a "me" h 'ir.nr -cedented
bv any oilier mils c,ii
evelit in Ihe Kate. Tlie o!o I
Meatrice l'i.orni Wfts mil I!
"a.il night on account o" tbi- sllybt
1'tiet.s n the ,itrt o tli's d llht
Th-.- en si mbl ti n mber was
same one 11: .nil hh a rloslttp- mini
bT on th 'irnt nil-lit "tloodniglit
K very bod " from ih- v'o-er-i
Kve Kticor-a are s'li-c'ed from
the princifial Mi ( 'o; mail, a::d fa
rilSO ! I' ci-H, e 1
Kqually a (amoua as the four
is the director. I. de ( atillo. to:
two year with Tetra.zini and tcr
several Keaaons conductor "f
Vpiv J t
M t It. Vty f'iiiniy S?indy -li.!
V.hrmr t H f. . !. k
1 1 '. Ml n't 4 . ."-r on-l f, t tif t h
Htf KtCfi " ll is n!f ('(Ttl.trt'flf
il I Hub-- VM f in V
Mir li fV )' htf K...:t
Mt in A lni
M IT TI'l4V frr'TI.Ii' r.
v K M ' Mnrthh T rzt
t Wil'pf II!!. 1 ! 1 4n- tin v-r I
Mv I. . Hn.-,i i VV. '.- ,ro
r fr nwtn'.-i ut I 'f.m rrp. - ti rluh
Mar 2 27 tri Mn WiUm
Jirc T, Tut stli i t k n 1 f
Jif I rt Th rvH ' i rznn KtTr
I li.K. I" L' . ..1 . .- II. ..V, ...I t
Jo a. Kn4y - Ann! .rnior plnv hy
"JIr'rrM.x-A... 1... pirmir.
tte fir croundg.
struction of the road from Moncada
co narceiona. i nc nrst section com
Dieted was made the occasion of a
public celebration and thousands took
part in the attendant exercise.
The Minister of the Interior, of
Spain, was present with the Governor
of Barcelona, and the roadway was
lacco w ith th Mlropolian.
The manure r of the company 13
Harry Siebcrt Smith.
It is to be deplored that pub
lici'y g'ven to the coming of the
company haH not reached a larger
number of Salem'R miisiv- appre
ciating 'amities. Today is thc
larl day of tlie Salf-m engag-ment.
EMERGENCY IS PASSED
(Continued from page 1.)
drew forth the largest vote favor
ing the chango that was recorded
ii any aim ndment.' It was defeat
er, however. ?,C to 4'. The
amendment was given support by
senator Pnrhiim. Republican, also
of New Mexico, who, in his maiden
spfPfh, declared that cattle hides
were selling for "a dollar apiece
and t takes a wa uoii load to pay
for a pair of shoes."
A moilg the pensile conferees fi'
'e'ted wi-rc fhairman I'enrose of
the fiti.iii'v lommittee ijn'l Senator
Snioot. I'tali. Kepublican.
Six Months Is Duration
The bill is to be effective for
ix month, when it is hoped that
the permanent lanlf law. now be
ing framed by tin- tion-,e was and
means committee, will have been
enacted. It prov den duties on
whaf.. corn, beans, peanuts, po
tatoes, ii',-. cattle, sheep, meats,
long staple t 1 1 m and cotton
manufactures, wool and wool
:-ianufact'ir s. mi far. m-lk. wrap
per and filler tobacco and other
Th" b, also i.i'ties an atili-
fill 111 mil L' seitli.li ill .M-11...I 1..
chf-ck Ihe influx of ci,..aply nianii-
l;iil"rvl fon-iL'ti e(lJ,H
1 mad- for in .pection of loreigp
exporters book -
I 'MlS V. lief,. ), l',-
-e i,in n t of d u ' K x
1 r v for I lie a s-
Tbe wart radev
MTii.ui of ih.. , u.t,IT.
no-Hi is trariMerre'i t., t,,
h- t eian lit ten. j l:na!ue
rrovt. oii is made for the real-u-tioii
f a'l foiej'u iurre, v ,,
ii- s i.t tut Mnt- rat.-.,-- ,,(
11.111. , as lliilei l,, 1 1,
The ,ew !k t.(J,.r,, f.atik i
desltrn;t,od fl, :,v. ,,, v to , -
I I cert i v t hern I.. I
h re-far'- of
the t reentry,
TWO ROTARY CLUBS
TO STAND BY TODD
(font niif( from page 1)
thai ibe -! 1 1 ; 1 s'ii ml hi liiiu in his
ItOUl'le 'I'be ncoil ver 1 11 b
la ! tlie al-l ion
N' l i; IM . diz-tii't governor
: the ZJlu Cot, (IV d -'liel. roni-
f n -in rr On-i-iui, Wa-'unrlori an I
I ' r i f l r ! i I'.i'.ui'ibi.i wa :it in,ror
niai lisitor hi t b ncn'iir w-eklv
'iiti' lr-on yesienl.iv lii. v i s 1 1 at
'!.ts- time wh- i'P';r-'lv unexpected
nnd the i'i"inlu'r' 'v are,,
--.rprj, d on as-.- trib'trii.- t,, fjn,j
l-im pr. rt.t Mr. 'H ,. ;l rt,
b.nd bosincv . n;an ai d one of
the most popular men that ba-t
f!llr-1 his pre . nt posit-on
lhr out of 'own vivlnrs were
omon .x .Mii'er internal revenue
;ci.l!ctor of tliio di-tii'.t, who was
Messed by the Bishop of Urgcll,
Prince of Andorra. The Mayor ol
Moncada was master of ceremonies.
All marched in the procession whose
route covered the entire , completed
stretch of road. f
This roadway is built of concrete,
the roadbed being 1H feet in width
and 8 inches thick. Expansion joints
were provided at every 20 meters,
gutters were cast at either edge and a
raised curbing was supplied. ,
' Much interest is being aroused
throughout Spain by the rapid and
efficient manner in which such roads
can be built and the American methods
and machinery are coming in for
nation - wide discussion
The road machinery section of the
National Foreign Trade Council Con
vention at Cleveland, ?" 1
will provide an interesting exposition
of what is being done with American
road machinery in several foreign
the principal speaker; Percy A.
Young, mayor of Albany; H. N.
Cockerline, Albany; George H.
I.loyd, C.eore M. Tuttles, A. P.
Kyan. Iwfght A. Parish. W. C.
Sternberg. Charles J. Clear, How
ard, h..; NVar uui, George II. Wilde
end jQ"uy Bonnet of Vancouver.
PLAN THIS SUMMER
(Continued from page 1.)
$9000; Aurora district. $3000;
St. Paul district, $20, 000; Donald
district. $000; VVoodbnrn dis
trict. $ii2.o0; Monitor district.
tL'iiuo; Mt. Angel district. $29.
(MMi; Silverton district. $60,000;
Staytoii district. $70,000; Salem
district, $t;o,ooo. Total, $11.$,
1'IMl. 'Seven Days Necessary to
Go Twenty-Eight Miles
K. G. fuller ami V. II. Knowles
of .lermoye, Idahr. spent seven
days t:oiiig 2S miles in the IJIuo
I mountains recently when they
crossed ovet into this ;tate trom
Idaho. They are registered at the
tourist camp mounds and ate on
their way to Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rice of
Johet, III., who also registered
ye.Kterda.v. I"f home nearly two
years ago and iiove traveled leis
urely over the southern route
Hncc that time, topiing over dur
ing the past winter .11 California.
Oth'-r tourists at the camp yes
terday were Mr. and Mrs. Mabbott
and tamily, ."Fresno, fat.; Mr. and
Mrs. V. H.'Sanfield and family.
Poitland. to Salem and return;
Mr anil Mrs. .1 S. I i laden. Port
land, to I ,os Angeles; Mr. and Mrs
I. foals and fi tends, Portland,
i returning from visit through val-
1 l.v Itiunv- Mr f ry Vf I A w
Provision!,.,.,., ..,,', ,r
n'i iiii'i laitni; , litiiflllil, li lour
f ';i I i t iirii ii VI r -.ml U fl !....
..,. , , '
.hi inio'i.', i'-hw. iri'ii iiiiik l iwill
visit ;n Kngent; Mr. and Mr. II.
A 1 1 fl .... w!.. .. I . 1 ' I
'Monin waxoia via ( oltimlda hit'h-
way an.i I 'eml let mi ; Mr. and Mrs.
if. I' Hubbard, fheyenin-. U'yo .
to I.oh Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. M.
I A. Montgomery. itellingham. to
I I. os Atifeli; Mr. and Mr, belford
Riickb y. Kaimer. Wasil . to San
Pedro, fal ; Mr and Mrs. P. W.
havis n I farnil), llrcnii-rtnn, to
l.uene; .1 w MarneM. WhiU
I. ike. S. , returning from fali-
foj nt, .
First Night of Fishing
For Salmon Disappointing
j ASTOIUA. (,r.. May 11.- Fish
. !nir for -;ilnon in th" lower ol
ji mbi.i Kiver distrif-t is on in full
fone foliow-;n:c th- adjiihtinent
1 ol tiie in day.-,' s'rik" of fiher-
!". but the result of the fjrt
iiigbt of ribbing a disappoint-
M indrl of -.-ill netters went
e;it la-if mtht and 1' is estimated
that !o pi.r (,nt of Hi" Ke;ir on
I tie lower river was in the water
In fat there were probably more
p, I neMir- operating last night
Minn 1.: i iiHoniHty so early in the
ason. as titer-1 are always ipiite
a niiinber of men who do not put
, thejr tear in lb.- water inur h be-
' fore .lun- I
1 The take was small in ail kit
.lion of (he river, the lalrhcs run-
Mrs: from a sinub- lish up to 300
Addresses by Day and Tooze
Believed to Have Chang
ELKS PRESENT PROGRAM
Big Brother Committee Of
Local Lodge Puts On
AVoodburn knows much more of
the Hlks and of Salem musical
talent, and of the World war vet
erans' state aid fund, than it did
yesterday,, through the visit of the!
Salem Klks to hold a H g uroiners
public meeting at the north-end
town last : night.
A group of the most popular
musicians' of Salem - Mesdamos
Arthur Kahn. V. farleton Smith
William Prunk, Mrs. Andresen.
Miss Ada Miller and Albert Kgan
gave a deliightful program of
song and Utiatrumental music. K.
K. Hhigejtv and K. Cooke Patton
put Qn a nhow." which means a
profrjasional stunt that would get
a glad hand on any b g.tlme cir
cuit. Diiy nnl TtMnM' IIcmiiI.
Robin T. Day was ttio principal
speaker of the evening, he having
chosen to explain the constitu
tional amendment noon to ve vot
ed upon- to provide for the atate
loan and bonus for the world war
veterans. He wan followed by
Walter Tooze, Sr., who endorsed
the bill and its lucid explanation,
and urged Its support at the elec
t on June' 7. Woodburn has been
reported as unfavorable to the
bonus and loan bill, but the local
visitors say their visit has helped
to clear the question In the minds
of the patriotic Woodburn people
and that they will gladly favor a
most worthy measure when it
comes fto the vote.
A resume of Mr. Day's address
is here g.ven, clearly explaining
"The purpose of this world
war veterans' state aid fund bill
Is to Issue bonds not to exceed
3 per cent of the assessed valua
tion of all property in the state,
ind it is to be loaned to the sol
diers who partook in the last war,
in amounts not to exceed $4000;
and to pay a so-called bonus of
$lo for each month of actual ser
vice, not to exceed $500.
"This constitutional amend
ment must not become confused
with the act passed by the legis
lature. The act passed by the leg
islature provides briefly: That
all honorably discharged residents
of Oregon who served In the Unit
ed States army, navy or marine
corps between April 6, 1917, and
Nov. 11, 1919, sha'l receive a
cash bonus of $15 per month, or
greater portion thereof, while in
said service deducting, however,
two months. In other words, for
example, if Captain Todd or
Woodburn served 24 months in
tho I'nited States army, he could
only draw pay of $15 a month for
22 months; this sum will not be
granted to the soldiers in case the
I'nited . States government pass a
bonus bill and the soldiers avail
themselves of the same.
Iioan Main Feat 1110.
"Th" loan feature, however, is
tho real part of the bill. In case
a soldier takes the bonus he can
not avail himself of the privilege
of the loan, and vice versa; but in
case the government allows a
bonus, the loan f"ature of the
bill will still be effective. You
must not get lh constitutional
amendment and the act passed by
the legislature confused; they dif
fer in that the constitutional am
end ni'-nt provides for a $4,000
ban and the bill passed by the
legislature provides for a $.'1,000
"This loan can bo procured on
property owned by the soldier
himself, or a near relative, on any
IN doors or out Olympic inL 'w. wisS
Pancake Flour adds to the A4y5V -"v VA
flavor and lessens the labor. ;
Simplyadd watcror 4.
milk, mix and cook. MSfflTM
The Olympic Un Includes your favorite cereal. S : f. .f&7
tanitarily milled, packed, wrapped and sealed. SOsNl "J&i V J'ftM
MAY 12, 1921
property that they ml?, lit bate in
thp state of OrtRon. The '.statP
will loan on said property '-73, p r
cent of its appia seil viluatiuti up
to $3,000. The soldi or caji Met-v
this money for 30 ycar.j ami all
that he has to pay is IISO ay ear
4 per cent of which is appjieu o'
tlie interest and 2 per cit Uas
off tlie $3,000. The lioar.!4 Whhh
consists of the Rovernor. a(ijJtaiit
general and one ex-servu- Jiii) n ir
be appointed, sliall nuke .ifraiiKe
ments to make the loais ;aucl in
case a service man desifeai; to
build a home they will nisk? ar
rangemenlji to make advances u3
the building romesse.s. ; v.
T Is Nimh 1 1
"The total taxation of M.rt 'till
passed by the legislature vfilf. not
exceed 1 mill, and it hasr heeil -a-
tlmated by the different legions
over the state that 10 per seht 01
tho :: I 000 ex-service iim ji -and
women will avail themservutf o.r
the pr.vilege of $15 a motilhvand
this sum will cost the state, ap
proximately $2,000,000 it: lk-fn.4
estimated that the average porvtce
o' the soldier in the s;aie Is bnly
"The loan features wii .cost
the stae nothing. It will -crive
us money nam wnn 1 pijr t
( t ss t I I r. .eil'HH nt nW 111
float these bonds it rnav cost; the The Borah amendment Under
stat 1 per cent back with ifSU-r- ; rules will not be In order
est on the increased taxable ro-! ntii after the naval commUtee'i
pet ty wrilc-h will be built ' iin't the amendments are disposed of. The
stH (3 - ; i disarmament forces plan to oppose
"With these facts before! y()ii . I many or the committee increase
can not e how any one c,n turn j reported to tho senate. Among
down the proposed iinu'nilm-nt. j the tirst expected to arouse, con
and let me add as a clos'ng state-) trovcrsy is that increasing aval
ment. that the conscientioitisi:ol-1 person ml from 100.000 to 120,-
lectors and tho parties whoi woik-
ed In the ppruce division end in
the shipyards, who recelvr- 1' K
wages cannot avail themselves or
the privileges In 'his atnendhieat." j
Portland Motorcycle Officer
Once Indicted for Steal! '
ins From Mails! I
PORTLAND, Or., May ll.-r-H
B. Levlnson, motorcycle )atKpl
man of the Portland police depart
ment, was under arrest today lor
several hours fn an old jindifct
ment charging hat he haji ai a
substitute mail clerk stolen live
packages of registered maij '-om
a car in Kansas on the rut) from
Leavenworth to Milton vle Jn
1911. He was released, however,
on orders of the postal fn?jecthn
serv.ee who received worfl lAte
this afternoon that the indictment
againrt Levinson, which wias Re
turned April 11, 1912, had cem
dismissed by the federal
jury in March this year.
Postal inspector C. V.
baugh said that the postal author
ites who ordered the a.rret, nad
not received not'ee of th gradd
jury's action in dismissing the in
dictment. ... -
Chief of Tolice L. V. Jfnkls
said that Levinson would he dis
missed from the police fofce )t
which he had been. a mem ber
since May T. 1920. ! f
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Borah Request for Dis
armament Conference a
WASHINOTON, May 11. The
naval appropriation bill is to le .
taken up by the Henate tomorrow,',
paving the way for the- expected,
fisht over the proposal of Sena-
4l)r Horah, Republican. Idaho, to
request the president to call a d's- ;
armament ronlcrence between the
I'nited States, Great Britain and . -Japan.
After passage of the emergency ;
tariff bill late today toe senate '
gave right of way to the navy
measure which carries $496,000,
000 as amended by the senate n-, ;
val committee, an increase ol
i $100,500,000 over the approprl-
j jttion voted by the house
000 men and the amendment to
bcfMrt work on new Pacific coatf.
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