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s.u:m, OKKCON, UEDNKSDAY MOUNINt;, .JUNK 22
PRICE: FIVE CENTS
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criVfiii-i hoi ir..ii
fncpc in Rorn
Sympathizei- Move Turn
; ing Down British Imports.
GOMPERS BANGS GAVEL
AND HALTS DISCUSSION I
Adjournment at Exciting
it Juncture Opposing Fac
tions Work Hard
, DENVKIt, Colo.. June 21. Th
forecasted bitter fight over The
Iriah question was prec ipitate 'I
upon the floor of tho convent ion
of the Ani'rican Federation oi
- Labor late today, and was at it.s
height when President Samuel
Uompfra alJournel the conven
tion until tomorrow.
' The debate started when the
resolutions committee reported ,i
lubetitute for tho four resolu
tion Introduced by Irish nympa
thlzer Tho subHtitute ignored
the fffort to initiate a hoyeoU
acaiDHt British manufacturer and
Ireland Demand lioyrott.
' The comniltte"a report disponed
' the Irish question by asking the
convention to reaffirm its sym
' J'athy for thi lrif.li cansi;. hy nrn
Jtiff reeoKnition of tin- Irish re
public, and by urging trial and
pitntfchment for British army mn
guilty of atrocltleB in Ireland.
No sooner had the committee's
report been read when Cornelius
Foley, delegate from the iiarlx r"1
nnion, took the floor, reading a
telegram from Harry lloland, kjc
retary to Kamonn De Valera.
"provisional president of t lie Irish
republic," which naid:
"Tho organization (American
Federation of Ialor looked on
to do something for Ireland.
want the boycott or nothing."
- Mr. Foley declared that ' the-e
Is only one place where we can
' hurt England., and that is in h'-'r
pock et book. '
'THMirder at Adjoarnment.
... Christian M. Madt-.eu. or the
Chicago Federation of Ltifcor. thn
mored to amend the romm.lttee's
report by adding a clans.' eallitiK
for a boycott by American labor
tgainst British good. and BriUin
'. companies a long a the British
gorernment mltltjtafns "its bar
barous and destructive policy in
A point of order wan raised.,
tnd this could not be iniroduced
because it wan part of resolutioni
. already rejected by ihe rommit
ie. President Gompers :-ustaind
the point of order and adjourned
. tb contention while several deif
gates were P'ruggl ins fr rcoKni
tion of the chair.
' llardine IU-frrnce Struck ut-
' The recolation reported by the
committee was. virtually identical
with on-5 submitted by a commit-
tee of Irish sympathizers, headed
by Peter Brady of New York, ex
cept that some of the more dras
tic phrases were omit fid. The
Committee nlso struck out a para
graph demanding that President
Harding, his cabinet, and eongre-s
take necesarv st-ps to demand
from Great Britain th? defaulted
. Interest and loan due the Pnited
States and now used In part to
- "promote tlu; brutal campaign in
Tl. I, o I,.,, r. affirmed the
? I t,.iOi lilC'll ' - -
lon of the Montreal conve.ntiou
nt'lannorting the Irish people in
Hr struggle for freedom and ier
rOgnltie)n of the Irish republic:
butructed re-deration executive of
ficers arid asked all national and
feternahonal unions to urge- the
lrninlsir.it ion official-; at Wash
ington ;:n l all numbers of coi
ffSrtss to pas:-; Immediat'dy le-gi.-la-tlon
reccL-uiiiig the Irii-h reimb
lie: proviib-d for the- sending ed a
pcclal couitiiUiiie;-t ion to the
Britisli premier. H- cabinet, and
toemtr:- id parliament pret est i -i
KaltiPt Iho "i ampaiL'li of vedeic
hi Ireland:" iiel rmted federation
fflclaU to take up with trade im
foltl Of G-e.i t 1 1 T it.lt:. her eoollil-'
nd dotn in 'on , a propo a I to m.: ii
tnite a e amp.iin for tl-e t-,,.i
id put: I '.i neiit of rn. niber- of the
BrlUsh reeulir :md .-.uxiliarv
reje (,,!t"I .-I :Cr... Hies in Ire
I B ;' manner similar to that
jlch German n'lm rs are nov.
r'"; it and i.imii h.-d ;or vn
"tionR .if (,, rut., of warl i-i in
Trance ,n d Be-it-iem.
Itoycetlt !te-Mltlf lent "Offlrlal"
The boyeott re-ol uion. whirl:
lras eliminated by the- cmmitte-e- !
,rePort, was Introduerd bv lrih
I U u IIIL.lilUL.IIU ; BraaTyr
: UN I "tlH , U I lir-rs rM !
Committee Re. R, f ".- -sJf "WLft
("untlnucd on page 2)
ION SESSION THROWN INTO DISORDER BY IRISH QUESTIONlNEW GOMPANY
f .M.nnrnrnn nr TZTT . 1 I IHIII I PflHilC IM
IH.V .'d.'.At'- . 2.'.'.. t eV" TV i -s B
I w 1. , ' vj w , art MT . . . j1.-. . v ' "T k .. "I :l rj. . V " . k 1 v .
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"?FiALI)INE FAKRAR. herself a Krand opera star, says:
"If you want to have a pleasant luncheon party or social
gathering of any similar nature, never invite a singer. If
you must have a musical ctlebrity be sure never to invite
more than one at a time, and then prime yourself for a couple
of hours of solo talking on the subject, namely the singing of
the celebrity in question.
SMITHS RETAIL LEAD IN NEW
COUNTY DIRECTORY; JONESES
LOSE OUT TO BROWN FAMILY
Ik)edigheimer Yields Helt for Long Names to Christoffcr
sons, iJurgermeislers and Hoslenbrodcrs All Rural
Routes Listed Alpha Itctically Occupations CJiven
Abe Lince.lu had no name cs-
r.nl-.ltv ll. mllwl M. ti.l lu. :iil-
"Goel must have leveel the coin-1
mon people, for he made- so many'
or them." But it Is still true that
Hinro urn almost twice; as liiauv
' .-. ,i,
Snaths as there are ol any oth
name in the new Marion county
directory, re-i e-ntly issue-d by tb
JL L. Polk Directory P:iMishin-
Tim Browns follow next, led
elo.-ely. bit well ti the- load
uiiv others. Johnson is the next
most numerous name
it le.tds the
.lene-sos by a
The Da vise:,
I ine show ing
'comfort. ible- margin.
tr:itl aloiiL' wilh :i
but the Millers run
I them almn-t lilli and tueK lor
Sale-tit Tiaele-s With :W.OOO
Salem is crediteil with :t tribu
tary and visiting population of
:'. .".oOl.i. and they're 'n the
book. All the rural routes ar
gie-n with their lu!! postoffic'
Jints. The- Manlier mM with tins
bocjk I 'nd any man m t'n county
w ho ha 'i't e,, ui . .-d hi name-.
Boe-iligheim-r for a time ho iiu'i!
to hold the li.-it ior l'ii: 'th of n.iii.e
'nut Cliri-f oi 'i't ii J.. ,-tt . it bv t w ii
whol- 1 tf--r . -tid Bin rniei.-ter
li.-i a -afe one h-Ver lead. So. too,
do.-s I lost- nil'"' d r. M-'i there
ire th-: .I'.ri ,!!-1 e i n . the He rse h
feVeler- a"d 'j'llte a liosl Ol 1--;.-t(er
ri-iiiie:. There ,-,r- more
l'o-s than any i't1" ' veiv loot
hll!i;l . 'Mil the tltr'-o. letter 1.11111"
Tiix p.-e i rv S-j;re"jiti d
Ml the patro- - of ar: ihe r ita!
I'Mite-. in the r.ei'ini are riven a!
iliabel-raily. and He re ,, lit '
; II Hie- teriiknt tavpavr '"'
have- s.'iirilt'e-d tli' ins'lvis to belli
niiport tiie rov ertin-iit 'M a !i
n.iiiei.il way in 1
The cl.i-sil ie-el elire-rtory lists
e very business in tho county
. . L. , .1 r. 1 t. i fl.. I i,n m
that might appear uuusuai. If lu
think of almo.-t any pra.e
I of the
man s business.
Many Occupation- shown
There is a wedding l.ouuet sel
ler, a twine- mere'haut, a shooting
tall'M-y. a stafuarvist a-:d a rolle-r-skating
and a dealer-in eniting
eliithes Perhaps also the,e is a
tJ.k.pulh.r .,(1 ., (lM ,.,.,. .,
j.;n j( (.r,.;il fri( -r. It a
: iri:tiul field for investii-atiou.
Community Club Dec
Celebrate National I
SILVKK'i S. Ore . .;!i- L' 1
S i i I !o 'I lo- so a t e-i::,i li I I
iSilveilou l ' o 1 1 1 : i j 1 1 n 1 1 i:ii La., '
cni'-.i lo ceiehr.. I e ;.- i ', :i i 1 1,
! J u iy .
j Tlje- T:illlt al.
'. e h li 1 I IH , hlt e been
e i i 1 1 ! ii I N I 1 1 ' I - I i
that th" two cM'i
! I Ii th' proi.'i a in
! i i
hi n -lo
1 ' I
I t : ii : t e ;ii Mil; in
I j : . 1 1 1 - t l i i vv ee I
LOWEST LEVEL IN YEARS
: V ,A i .-;Jf li
IS REACHED BY SUGAR;"1, ' - - -
M:W YOKK, June LM
!Mel Icm;iI sticnr rt fintrs t
lay rflucerl their list quttta
tions ten points to .".r0 for
fine irranulalcd, the lowest
lccl in more-than five ears
IViUliULKtHti Uh :$40,000 BOND ISSUE WILlJi
LLb UN lull In
Perpetrators of Centralia Ar
mistice Day Massacre Are
Received at Walla Walla
NO CHANCES TAKEN
BY TRIO OF GUARDS
Sentences From 25 to 40
Years I.W.W. Will Be
Given Hard Work
WAU.A WALLA. Wa.sn.. Julie
21. Seven I. V. V. convicted oi
the murder of American leplon
:nen at Centralia on Armistice day
two year ao arrived at the peni
tentiary this alternoon. They aro
llrilt Smith. '. (-'. island. Jame.-i
Mi Ineiiiey, Bert Bland, John
l.ainli. Way Becker and Kiieene
Carnett. all under sentence of 2
to t'i years.
The . en nu n were handcuffed
and chained together and guarded
bv three officers. Traveling Guard
Collin.s. Parole Officer Shadduck. j
of the Monroe; reformatory and j
(luard Kdwards, of the peniten-;
i (iuards usually bring the pris
oners from the west side to Yaki
ma und stop over night, complet
ing the journey the next day, but'
le seven were brought through I
'" Seattle withoit a
desired to take no chat
stop. Pris- ,
nances In this I
ca; as the men were widely ;
known, and had them brought di- j
The train stopped at tho foot of 1
tlie penitentiary n 1 1 1 nil the seven i
were marched the short distance
to the prison where they went
through the iistnl forrnalitku o
i'einn registered and photo
graphed. They will be- a: signed to
No one knew the men were
comiiiir. the only ones to greet
I li" !ii were tin- prison officer.-.
Laii'O Number of Entries
Asdics Red-hot Contest
For Two Day:
.-'.ilem iunior te-nnis .-..u and
eiuiiei.-, and sun.-, art- to ine i : this
morning at th- hospjt.ii ifur!-,
of the: Salem Tennis assoi-iahon
for the summer tournament that
will de-cidc junior e-liaiiipioit:diips
for t In- i .ii.
Liiliie-, have been e-mail! in
to insure, a i hoi tout nanie-ut.
There are two e la.-sif h-.i I ion : The'
i I o I : l
t lb ,
I !.' ! .
n a no
of 1 I or under, and tho.-e
i " to I il ear . The i-n-mii
.iL' iisi I'i'ial in number.
leing nine oi the '.min-iT
anel 1" of the eiders The
s that had heen -1 1 1 i - j in
e'i ioi k p. m. v est e; day fo'.-
1 ' iul r
1 1 yea r- : .la ni'-- I 'a : -O.
.1 nsi ii . I am i- I el- i .i f f .
Ilobei ltamsele-n ,
u, Le ford Mall,
hahn. I-Toyd Ackl
'in r II yea rs :
t'.i im e Spauldin-.
i! I ie-H -on. Lew
Nuiin. Bav Olees
II ward W'at
y arid Kii liai'd
1 1 'i I . I e tin is 1 1. i na n
'i.iit :,-u Watt.-i I.--.
I'l a li k t 1 1 1 i a f i , I '. " dean "I
Sab-iii Tenuis, tin- man who in
V"I;I. . fh. ra.ne- aliei tall, lit 'he
v. Itoii Wiil.itii'-tte valley h''W to
I'l. i' and how- to count 1 1 1 s''or--.
will I.i in liiart'e of the- vre-s
lb- i- to have a. hi- HH'-i't'ints
l.evj, W'e-f and Te-dely l',HI.H
i-vi o:' r!-,- Iiov- who will h.ive a
;.i : I a tie- t'l-iin,; ni'-i. ' .
The, a-l .! entrant, t" I
li lll'l plolilplly at l o'e b e k
iiiinnmr and eaiii'-s . hould 1
. i 'i o-, , i; The ,-ri. .- -h
h . -gin
lIe;Te IV. .1 no- - W ar
pensions wfiilel he- paid monthly,
instead of eiuarterlv. unejor a bill
rasseel teidav by the house and
cent to th" tctiate.
L T D
BE VOTED ON AT
ATLANTIC CITY, N. .1.. June
-1 Jack Demjrfw v tested ,js
Knoe()iii punch today and Lurry
Williams, a veteran," Sell victim
Dempwy was fighting mad ar
ler he had boxed the first two
rounds with the elusive Kddie
O'Haie, New York middleweight.
Williams slipped through the
lofies for Hie third round. He
seemed to be giving Denipsey a
good workout when the champion
w m .pen oyer a cri hook ! tlu(
William Sprat Is.
v liliams Kprawied to I ii
So fa r
as its personal history
a mere hunk of metal
made in t'me of peace,
; peaceful life up to the
lime or its ictirenient because it
was no longer Rood enough to
shoot even at a national enemy
and ther-? it stands on the state
house grounds, labeled "tin-safe t
shoot" by the government that
madp it. imposing only Ix cause ('
its bulk and its big wheels.
But it ha the name of th"
I'nited States government stamp
ed on its smooth fides, it h'js
the her'tag.' of skill built into it
by a century of national gunmak
ers who in learning how to build
DO LISTEN TO
Tremendous Throng Of Peo -
pie and Autos Gather at
Idi-al wealhe-r and an exe-e-p-tionally
line niu-ieal program at
llae led over " , e i :t-tie i -.; o
Willson park last nigiil lor tin
!a!il e-emcert. The- crowd, which
had be-'-n con' ielerably decre-ase-d
on account of rain during the- fiist
few concerts, floe ked there la-I
iiiuhl and cats wen- lined up on
beith sl'l'-s of tin- park ;i s ile p
as they could ! pat ke-d with
tows lhi'- ami four deep in many
pi li es
l-iiulit numbe-rs cotistitufe-d th
piouram in adilitioli to a well ap-pre-e-iate
d -obi by Mrs V. II.
I'l'iMi.k. Main who bad liee'tl llll
abb- to .. e I'm- fountain in full
di-j'lav tlii- -ar on account of
tin1 lain, saw it for the- first lime.
Th- program follows;
h lap of I a lii-i l
S'-le i t i'Ui .
It ii;;ii'' r o! t!
Popular lillliib- '
The Ho, a i . voca --ob
Mrv W. II Prtiuk
flvi-rluie. .loilv Ko,i. 4t,. Snpp.
Sel ell. I de, t'ple III' is.- oil I -
K. A. Kob.-rt.-
Se-b--i ior.. Kim
Dodo. . . M;-e ko
o! ! In- Ylillk'
lli ii ri'-r ........
tr.it : jr j mm on
dovvntow n si ' e t
re-'ate-il on I le
after tl"- p. ,
: U ra m v le
h iiml n
j at le-mpted
I conge,! ion
I Paved Roads in County
j Total About 54 Miles
Marion county ha- put ilov"
iboiif I mil' of paving on it -
i I'll ll'l lo.ol
the -late h
Ii,. Iieiii' i n
total "f ."- I
In addition to t h .
:- paveii :;u ni.le- i
the- ' ' u i. ' v ma k ' n l- i
miles of paved Toad:
- not mi Mid-- jiav- 'i
.t r t r w it ,i : t
A' e "id iiur
' n -1 d li lb'
I ., long I ; . r
: n e he .-."iinu
pi "g 1 1
- i ion it w ,
II I lie III I II
be III g
li II .1
aro I Ml
pa V e-.
A n Be I
pa v -
idc plants .ire- both working, fur
nishing material f,,r additional
paving Th Aumsville plant will
I be operating within a few days. I
016 CHI Oil CAPITO
LOVE TIPS KNOCK
when time w ;is ralleil s thai th
dazed Williams could reciiperale.
Alter a brief rest they mixed fur
iously again'. In less than thirty
seconds Williams was completely
lenipsey started a "one-two"
uti( !i and iml mores power be
hind it than he intended. The
champ's left thudded to Williams"
jaw. He st if fined suddenly ami
started to sink. Denipsey. intent
I on following it through, failed to
see that Williams had been hurt,
lie crashed over a right hand
'Continued on page 2)
If SEDGWICK POST
this gun tint was in its day th"
b"st thing in the world, humbled
the Barbarv states, and Great
Britain, and Spain, and Mexico,
and Japan at the fairy-tale battle
of Shimono.ceki, and with an arm
of flesh and these gun mouths of
steel held the Gorman beast t
bay in Venezuela and at Manilla.
KamouM Makers Built Gun.
Yet anil the gunmakers who
built It, built the 200 guns that
roared at Gettysburg, and at
Vicksburg, and at Appomattox;
that held tin. nation safe through
a century of trial and menace and
(Continued on page 2)
i Polk County Man Plead;
Guilty to Shooting Fawn
Out of Season
DALLAS, Ore., .luno 21. I Spe
cial to Tin- Statesman! Lynt)
-lones, Charlie- .limes and Kalpa
Looree. all residents of tho
northwestern part of Pedk county,
in the Mill e rek e-ountry, were
arre-st.e ato l ist nitht bv Game
Warde-ns Bremmer ami MacKar
land on a charge' of killing deer
out oi ii-Hsii.'i. A small fawn was
found in a pack em one- of tho
me'ii whe n arrested.
In a trial before .liisthe of the
Peaes' IM i". Coad tins morning,
Lynn .lonets ple-aeb-d guilty of th"?
charge- and war- fiiie $ r 0 and
eosts Tho either men it was
Inline! eut al tin- hearing had
nothing to do. in the" killing, ami
they were turii"d biosc.
(lame- wardens liave- he-e n a'tive
in this county eluring the- pa-l
month anel have caiiRht many vio
l.iini'i of the same laws
- port y m-'ti ha ve- also bee-'i
mg the wardens in many
(Continued on p.iLi- 2 I
FINE PI FOR
Almost Every Line of Business Included in the List and
Bargains July 1 Will Be of Great Variety.
Th- -.ixly-foiir bu on.
which now compose the
DaV llS1 it" In ! pr.ie ti'
kiti'l- of ni'-i e hand i: i . anel shop-
shoppers will timl no el i f l i ii It ly
.lily 1 in ur ng v ryihing they
in-' d at bargain pi i e -.,
At the- su i.-ge-st ions of the liitsi-ne-sK
Men's L' ague, which i man
aging Bargain Day this ye'ar many
ol th" ni i e, f, a n t - have- .s'-b-e ted
slogans t'.r lb-- oeiasion. TIl'Si
rl'-gi!..- ;.re ji'i blish'-'l b-lovv in
' -ii ii"' t ion with il.-- name - of th'
meri hauls who compose 'he- Bar
gain Day int.
One of Salem's leading business
men. in speaking of this year's
Bargain day. said:
"I have never seen so much en-
DALLAS. Ore., June 21. (Spe
cial to The Statesman ) A special
election for the purpose of voting
on 125,000 worth of bonds for tjho.
better protection from fire of fiie
industrial district of Dallas ail
also for the securing of additional
lands near the present watersltjod
from which the water supply of
the ciy is derived will be held iri
Da 11 is on July 17.
The measure is considered one
of the greatest needs of the citj
and no doubt will receive the sip;
port of most of the voters as, a
great many of the residents derive
their incomes from tho industries
located in this district.
Another measure to be voted pti
at the same time Ik a bond issucj
of $lf.(00 for the purpose of bujy--J
ing a site and constructing a nw
septic tank for a proponed njw"
sewer which will drain the entifo
wes' and south parts of the 'city.
This "measure will have to 'cii
passed by the people it is d-i
dared because the city is In su alii
urgent need of a new sewer sys
tem that to defeat the measure
would not only endanger the. llvs
of the Inhabitants but might bring
a big suit against the city frojn
people living in the sewer district
who each winter aro nearly flood
ed from their homes by thn over
flow of the present sewer system
which is too small to care for
city tho size of Dallas.
While there is some oppositlo
to the proposed improvements th
general opinion of tho people
the community is that they are?
something that will greatly bene!
fit the city and will add to the upl
building of the community anel
the supporters of the measure fee
assured that the bonds for bothj
projects will he approved. !
Sergeant Welsh Sends Word
Of Salem Superiority
. At Camp Lewis
Word received from Sergeant
J. T. Welsh, of Company K, fth
infantry, stationeel at Camp Lewis,
brings the news that the company
is taking the lead in firing on the i
range, leaeljng the score by several
points. The boys are enthusia:i-
tic and determineel to maintain
Ihnif. tAirt I ll I, I, f In 1. I.aln. '
ii.i;.. ivau iiiiuuhiiuu k uiu limn
The company received 100 per
cent for attendance-, having fi7
meh. the. tedtal enlisteel Htrength
of the company, anel the cook,
Harry Plant, Is receiving ion per
cent for having the neate-st anel
be-st kept kitchen In the regiment.
Company F was the color com
pany on Friday in a review with
Captain Hewlett, acting major of
the; battalion anel reviewing of
ficer. It is e xpe e te'il that the com
pany will be reviewed on Satur
day by Governeir Ob-eitt and the
, me-mbers eif the supreme court
and mayors of the different cities
having troops at the camp. They
will be- entertained by the camp
j So far. only one members of tin
Company is on the siek list, tlo
I rest ef the- boys being reaely when
'th- eall for me-BS is souinleil.
FIFTH BARGAIN DAY
, t h ii Ma
' I- :i i n i
i.i i v h I in t e-d H bou I a bar
ven ami I'm sure I h- bar
ofie-re d by (he- hum e hnnt-
.-iw Ii as lo agre-e-al.lv sur
all purchasers llargain
; ,,ri .,
I , . v ,
. i.i i., mil t i in iio rn r ; r. ii
i.e that real, heitie-Kt -I o-gooelnesK
bargains are ne-ei-ssary if we- wish
the- event te grow from year to
''The mere bants haw also de
,e idcel m try to make Bargain Day
a ge-t-acfiiainte-d' occa-iein. when
people from all over this part 'of
the Willame tte valley will mingle
gooel naturedly and spe-nd their
money profitably. For my part
I feel that we should try to make
(Continued on page 5)
COMPANY F LEADS
ON FIRING RANGE
Northwest Fruit Products
Concern Will Handle
Loganberries After First
SEASON'S ACTIVITY .
I- OUTLINED BY Ml ALL
Deliveries Now Accepted at
3 1 -2 Cents on Exist
Preparations are being
Jiiade at The Phez company's
Ixjju plant to take care of a
Conesiderable volume of Iogan- 1
berries this season. It is the
company's intention to serve
first those growers who in
the past are considered to
hiave shown fairness in their
dealings. It is understood
that the company is accept
intr deliveries under the price
of V cents provided in exist
;In explanation of this pol
icy the company's manage
ment states that a large num
ber of growers, after having
lliaed their contracts during
thie years in which the price
jefemed to them advantageous,
failed to deliver under their
contracts when the price went
Up! without paying any atten
tion to the penalties that
jhtiuld have been met in order
to , obtain such releases an '
w:ould enable them to sell at a
higher price to other buyers.
' The company feels that in
some instances this action on
the part of the growers wa
not in any sense a deliberate
violation of a pledge, -but
aiose through the grower's ig
norance of the obligation he
had undertaken, or through
hih listening . to bad advice.
.The penalties provided in the -contracts
are small in compar
ison, with the large profits
thai were reaped by selling
during the war period to out-
sKic Buyers at high figures.
Ih other cases it is said there i
are indications tending to
show that such violations
were committed with full
knowledge on the part of the
grower what he was doing.
j After July 1 th loganherry
(Continued on pago 5)
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