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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1922)
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NEWS OF THE WC&LD
Member of the Associated Press.
KLAMA'III I'.U.LH, OIII.'OO.V, HATt'ltDAY, .lA.Vf'AltV 1!H, IWi
PTUCK KIVR CENT
Western Pacific Plans To Buy N. C & O.
I'lriiTiilli Vi-m SnH VSBTU'
First R. R. Development ini
Yearn to Affect Klnm
8A('ltAMi:.NTO. Jnn. 28. '.
milltiu of million or ilulliim !
tlio 'tcin Pacific llallrouil mm
piny for nloiiMcu of track, tor
mlimts iiml piirrhiun of new proper
ties ninl further Invasion of rich
HBrlctilliirnl timl timber land nf
California mul Ori-Rmi was ludluit-1
nj Thursday when ('baric M, livy.j
liroiiiicui in win company, rctiirii.il
In California tiller n iiy u( ttiri-K
weeks In .Now Vnrk rlly.
Prom mi niilliorllnthi- source It
was learned Dial llm Western Pa-
elfle Intend l0 upend millions for
....... ft. ...
..Mcii.mil m in,, present lrlul.
hoi. m r.mniii mill lirannuii trwl.,Inf t,r ,n.ro.lntlon. hut Jimtlro of
8an I'rniiclirii: piirrhn f llm Ni..!,, iVaPo (llKlnK,. W. , 0ii-
Toil.Cillfornla.Or.-nui railway. oi-Jroil collrt ,, mnrK ,env.
prallilK from llack.luff. l.arn,oi.i that Mm liail li.cn mailo mi Im
coumr. to jikr.w. Onrnti. anil ji-iiinutu htit nvurnlKlit to I In.
caiutinrllon of an ,.cclrlo lino from tint of fumliihliiK irni inarau.lcr
Vallnju, to ho OMrat-'wiih
0.1 in eonncctloii with fait Mruiucr
umr in-iii aiiojo lo Han Kran -
i- . ..... i
Thp thn. m.iv... m t..i
by tho WVilrrn I'arlflc to add
......, ,, ..m .i.i' hi
teriilly In IK freight traffic, an
fll in to lnrr.MH, lln paaietiRirlhail been Rained by prylnR off a
rk... ..penally between Wood- plero of moldliiR from the door.
..nil ami run r runrncoo.
, lt'iiil rnl.i l'ronic.
It U iiiiilertuoi that rtockhold
oil. of llm Wcilern Pacific will meet
On IVbnurv 20 ul U'llmlnrlmi lli.l.l
Rwaro. for the purpo... of approving I wr,. on the top 0f the d-.k. Thoro'
tin. Nile of company bond for tholwa .till another lu.ldo tho de.k.j
uciluUllliu of llm Barraniento North-'
tni railroad mid uxU'iidou of exl.t-
IliR 8.icramon(o N'orlhern line, from
Woodland to Vallejo.
Although llm proposed electric
lino tako, on llm color of an urn-
Mllctu unliir... tlm reported
(llloii of Hi.. Novuda.Callfornla.Ore.
go,, railroad, running from Hark-
Vtaff to Lakovlow. a dlstnnro of,
17(1 miles. U declared a far innro
Woiihl llr.iiiil'Caiig.i .-( '..
Tho existing road from llarkstaff
lo Lakovlow Is narrow gauge. It Is
the Intention of Um Western Pacific
itfricluls, upon taking over tho prop,
erty, to tear up tho narrow gaugn
track and lay standard gutigo, to
conform with llm Wvsturn Pacific
Cliarle Mormi, president and own
er of tho Nevnda-Callfiirula.Oregou
railroad. Is a resident of Now York
city .and It I reported that Presl
dint l.ooy of tho Western Paclfl;
mid other Western Pacific officials
conferred with him on tho purport
TnN Itlrli Country
If tho Woslorn Pacific take over
llm Novailii'Callfurnla.OrcKou prop
erty It will glvo tho Westom Pacific
nrces lo a rich agricultural uiii
tlmlmr district, particularly at tho
Official of tho Western Pacific
went Into couforenco with President
l.ovoy lu San Francisco upon his
ruturii from tho cast.
No official word wa nvallablo of
'tho purported extension plan of tho
Wosleru Pacific, but It wan learned
(hat for many month plan havo
been carefully considered for tho
lliroo inhltlnus oxteualoitH and Im
provomoiitH. Aunnuitcamcnt of tho Western
P.ultlc'rt plan to aciiulro tho N.-l?.-!))
mid m u l.o It n Htundard gatigu
road Is tho first doflnlto niovo In
ward railway o.xtonslon that ha nf
fociod Klamath county alnco tho
war, halted railroad dovulopmunt,
mid thoso lu touch with thu ultim
lion ncont big thing.
Whllo l.ovoy doubtliw I In n
pnslllou to make formal miuounco.
incut until nftor tho yoliwnm
mooting of Hlorkholdars, It I known
that lui favor tho extension, mid
hi opinion will curry tho utmost
wolght with thoso , who mut. pro
(Contlnuod tu Tngo 4)
Modoc LumEeir Company Mill To
I U'lTWiKMIU 11(11 Ml
f roi.Mini.Mi iii:.Misr
I IIM..AIIII HIVI'i: IMHH
WASHINGTON. I) (, .Inn !
2H Tim National Cnpllnl In
nil uff trim tin. i ulslilo wiirlil '
" '"r "" transportation it con-
i ixriii'il, liy mix if (hi, liuuvlont
; snnw storm In din rlly- ,s
I lory. Truln from Out south
wholly aiispoiidud nporiitlrtis
following n (uii day' storm.
Tim snowfall In llm middle At
lantic KCllnn la llm hnavlnst
liir I tut lilliuril or February,
ROB J. P.'S OFFICE
OF THREE QUARTS
iM'Miu.tilim IMilhlu VnnlliJiitlcn
WoihIii Wliilli.r .Mm Wntilril
IMdmrr or o llrlnk
It l nm ofiPti tint burglar pick
i n hnll of jimtlro for tlio ccno
.ornl hull I,., of
whlrh J.ml liccn imirkci
, ,. '
'n In cliarit.'
.... ..L. -. 1
iiiiiiiiriiiii- i mi iivt'riiiciii viiiiifirii
Inavo an llttln traco bo
a nomlblr. I!nlrnncn
IIpiiIiir an oihmiIiic .m.-ill miouih
tor the iuterllnn nf n knlfo
far riioiiKh to ,p tin, latch.
Tho vliltcr got them
lower compartment there worn
,!......, r .r ,. n, ..,
,. .., ,.,vlu -,......p. . .... (.. n
(of ifl.iio kbarp Instrument was ills'
c. mlble. but Km door 1,1 Mil
p.irtmenl wan locked and tho
aciul-'tllove did nit spring it. I
So far a ho could discover this
wa all that wn, taken, and ,,l
IiuIk.. Is In u ounndrv u. lo wheih.l
or tho mconshlno was stolen for
kick 111 11. or In ili'Htrm- Ihn'
kick II might contain for tho hoot-l
legger when offered In evldencoi
ag'ilnst l hem . Tho
careful lo repluro tho molding on
tho door through which they had
CIIICt'lT COI'ItT CAUI.VDAH
Tho follonlng case aro schod
uled for Jury trial In tho circuit
(ourt, which will yocouveno on
J Menday: Klnto vs. Kennedy;. Htato
v. .iicnonaiii mul uapuer; ijuko vrf.
.Morley mid Marx v. Tralnor.
J V. Walsh, who has leased about
2.1UU aero of tlio Indian marsh lands
nbovo Upper Klamath lako from tho
California-Oregon Power Co., ha hh
moiiKter tractor nt tho O. K. llla.k
smith Khop, ovorhiiullng It to hnvu It
lu readliH'H, for work In tho gprliiK,
It Is tho largest tractor over used In
this part of tho country, tho wholo be
ing eight fcot lu dlaiuotor mid bolng
Boven feet In width ovor all. It I
thought (hi grout width will enahlo
to travel over tho xoft, dredged land.
K. A. A,
A. IIOAIID to Minrr
AT CHAMHCIt TOXKillT
In accordaueo with a motion pas
Bod at tho last mooting of tho Klam
ath Amateur Athlotlo association, tho
board of directum will meet nt tho
Chamber of Comuiorcu tonight at S
vi:ti:iian kditoii di:ai
AI.IIANV, Juii, 27. Samuel 8.
Train' editor anil publisher of tho Al
bany Herald for almost two decados,
ox-pontuiiiHtor ot Albany and promin
ent In tlio tiffali,, of thlH city for
many loaia, died at hi homo horo,
jnued SI yours. C .
FIRST STATE TO
Receiver Sayt Depositors to
Get Dollar for Dollar;
"Tin- affair t.t llm First Hlntn nml
Hutltiv hank will li.. Il.i.il.lntr.l i...
m. In ii liiiiiiiinr lh.il ulll nr.iifiinril
II." Inli'rrKl, of llm depositor ntnl
stockholder nml wit limit dlstrcMtliiR
thoso who own (lie bank or disturb-
InR (ho Itimln.'jtn of tho cmniiinlty."
Till, U tho iiunnKo that coui.'
from C. I!. V.'allca, rccrlvcr of tho
I'.rnt Hlnto ami HatliiR Imnk, which
rlocil In ilocr, this ntornliiR. It !
a chccrliiK tncniiai!!.1. ono that will
MnbllliK .omlltlon, and cauxc (iiml
iikm iii moo aloriK It rcRular clinn
ruU without dogging, tlirouRh fear
or unccrlnlnty, .Mr Walton ha born
I hi n hill a fow dnya. hut ImiK imioukIi
lo liuiplrn a notnhlo .IcKrro of ronfld-
o.tr.t umnuK ihc dciiorllora and illrrc
of tho bank uml tho huilniMi
. . . . ,,.,
II .'11 III .III' . II)
In m wpy lu. It a ro
irarknlilu limn, for om, cannot talk
with him five mluuti'it without IicIiir
rnrrlcd away with liln honesty, "In
n'rlty, uhllKy. lntorct In the wclfaro
other and u manifest dcilro to
P'aco oterythlnR upon n cilld founda-
. .In. .. I flil. .tinvnnl.i.Lltl. .tf llm
(ninn thnt I roIiir to carry throuRh
I .1... ..Ih.II.1.. .... . II... nf'.lp. .. II.M
,.,.., .... . .
Klrtt Hlnto and KutliiRs bank to a
",croMf':1 t0',c""1""' " neixi'l,:n
'; m "l'V, . ""f, ,lc-,0,1l,0,r
i will bo paid dollar for dollar and al-
I ii'iint n certainty that the ttockhold
otj will ho eiiially ill tor.unnle.
Tli" ri .mid t'liliiK
Almost a year ago tc a day
''"'K Hosed for tho first tlmo. Spur-1
re'1 ln 1"r ",0 c,'"-''-l"'f roixwcil In,
x" "u'n al ,n MM '" l" ,n""1"-
tlon. tho people of tho county rallied
', ui'Port and subscribed tin of
thousand or dollar or
resulting In reopinlnR the
lM"k H,"lHr """n "ovt'f '(,'oro
known In tho hanl.lag history of tho
thieve el",ue "ul l,1 'ttU' ,w'me,l ,0 "vo
decreed that thl success would not
continue, for tho business depression
of last rar was tto great to rnnhlo
Hie bank to rain tho trcngth needed
through new acniuut anil Increased
deposit!. TIioho who had money on
deptolt were forced to withdraw It to
keep their ImihIiicks going or lucot
crdlnary expente. with the result
that thorn wag u gradual depletion of
tho roscrvc. No bank ovor put up a
stronger hattlo to Keep going, tho of
ficers realltliiR that it tho period of
depression could ho passod that It
would onco moro win thu fight mid
resume It. place among tho solid
baiikH of the city.
When It seemed ag If tho fight had i
.. . ............I .llflli.llllll.Di
boon won unexpected difficulties
uroso mm tneso cusi u.o wVIK. tr0tUlca lno j.Btom lu a counties,
against tho bunk, with tho result that SemcT) o VonKaflt discussed "Non
(Contlnuod to Page 4) Support Legislation." '
Highway Commission Agrees to
Aid From Fort Klamath
POllTLAND, Jan. 28. Tho high
way commission today doslgiiatod
1,170 mile of primary highways
and 1,040 mile of secondary rond
tn receive federal aid.
The Dallos-Callfornla highway,
Columbia Hlver highway with tho
Oregon trail extension, and that
purt of the Oregon-Washington
hlghwny (rom Pendleton to tho
Washington Hue were designated us
nrlmury. It wa decided to leavo
the policing of highway lu the
lunula of Chief Traffic Inspector
Knfferty, who Is to immo hid own
deputies. The commissions' engin
eers ure to bu usslstuut trafflo officers.
I THIRTY NEW WORKS
I OF LATEST FICTION
! AT CITY LIBRARY,
Ni'M Nun fiction Volume AiMi-iI id
Cumins: Htmfc tin KIii-Ik-m ,
Visitors at, Ihn clly library nro
Kluil to noto about thirty velum", t.J
llm latest fiction hawt been plated
mion Um shelves remnlly. Owing to
lark of fundii I ho Library Club ban
not been nlilo to buy all of tlio latest
flrllin hut it ru putting In mi mo of tlio
AmoiiR thrm iiro Wnlpolo' "Young
chanted": Onhiwcrthy', "To Lot.'
" ' GcHTRO
Y. I.. (IcorKn'i. "I'rula Trnet," and
I "DaUKiToii Aircf." nil utorlv of mod-
1 nm l!nr.(ah llrn: ('firtriltlo Athnrtnu'
".Slter-ln-law", and "llraM", by
Norrli. both California nlorlci that
aro BtlrnctliiR wide nttontlon In tho
"(oil and Woman," a Scandinavian
utory of llojer, ald by rcvlaweni lo
bo tho strnnROit hook of tho year,
I, amaiiK tho new fiction, uml "The
HrlmmJnc Cup," by Dorothy Can.
field, which ha been widely read
er Mnco II publication. I tat 1 1 1 In
Mr. II. IX Krench, the librarian,
also ha added Komo rholco nou-fl:-tlon.
In "Tho fytlc Ilo, of the
South Hea," which has a utronR ap
peal to alt loerr of "Thu White
Shadow f tho Sooth Sen," by tho
ramo author and In "Mirror ofj
Downing Street", and "Mirror of
Washington," lllumliiatlng nkotchcs
of tho live of contemporary Aracrl
can and llritUh public men, which
are being nationally read and dl-
Tho public I urged to lslt tho
library and to ask for any desired
bc.-k which I, not found on the
nhclws us Mr. Trench 'Is desirous
of milling each month tho books for
which thorn I p polar demand.
STATK OFFICIALS Wll.li
nisci'ss A.VTi.imozr. laws
POUTI.AND, Jan. 28. A mooting
of law enforcement officials of Ore
gon I to bo held hero tomorrow to
discus proposed methods for hotter
enforcement of prohibition laws and
to plan Investigation of tho high cost
Tho meeting was called by Attor
ney (ioncral I. II. Van Wlr.klo nt tlio
request of Attorney General Daugh
erty, nml will ho attended by district
nttorno who hnvo been hare at
their nnnuul stato convention yester
day and today.
riN'CKt.-PKI.Vr SVSTKM, TO
Hi: AIH)PTi:i IIV COtWTIKS
P0IITI.AND. Jan. 2S. Sherlffi
and district attorneys of tho stato
nro to ho Instructed In taking fin-
gcr-prlnt as a result ot tho action
cf tho district attorney's convention
I today, following tho demonstration
, j M Hunter. Portland export.
Officers decided to take steps to In-
Tho commission ordered several
bid advertised bo opened Febru
Tho highway commission has de
cided to co-oporato, fifty-fifty, with
Klamnth county on tho road from
Fort Klamath a Crater Lake. This
decision wu telegraphed to county
official thl morning, 'but no word
had been recolved from thoy whon
the commission adjourned, It this
offer I necepted tho stato commU-
will place this rotd on Us
1922 program. This will complete
thu Klamath Fall connection with
the sapphire lake. Tho eoctlon tho
stato wishes hurried la tho Auna
Crook project. ,
Resume With 400 Men
Agriculture and Livestock
Important; 12th Re
serve Banks Strong
SAN KIIANCIBCO, Jun. 28.
States of tho Twelfth Federal Ilo-
tirvo district, being so largely de
pendent for prosperltytlboir tho ag
ricultural .and livestock Industries,
must awilt tho results of the l!f22
crops beforo they will- recover per
manently and substantially from the
revcro readjustment- ot tho past
year, John Pcrrln, San Francisco
federal reserve agent, declared In
hi monthly report Issued here to
"Thero Is already-apparent, how-
ovar," the rcportsald, "pronounced
Improvement In tho credit situation
when compared with tho beginning
of 1921 as Indicated both by tbo
strong position ot the banks gen
orally throughout the district and
by tho availability and cost ot bank
credit for agriculture, Industry and
"Total borrowings of member
banks from the Federal Reserve
bank at tho beginning ot 1921 were
1171,211,000, or mora than twice
tho t71.27J.ooo bofrowed 'ar-tfie
beginning of 1922.
"Improvement on tho condition
ct tho S7 reporting member banks
Ii reflected In the reduction during
the ycar'ln tho ratio of their total
Ijans and discounts to total depos
its, which was 81.3 per cent at the
beginning of 1921 and 75 per cent
at tho beginning or 1922.
"Prevailing Interest rates charged
by tho prlniipal member banks were
leported to be casing slowly late In
1921, and It would appear that
conservative enterprise In general
will not bo hampered ln Its con
duct In 1922 cither by lack ot avail
able bank credit or by Its cost.
"Customary yearly returns to the
Cnitcd States department ot agrl
culture khow that the December 1st
farm value of tho IS principal crops
t the district was $518,000,000,
compared with $730,000,000 In
1920, a decline of 30 per cent.
"These figures reflect the sub
stantial decreases wnlch have oc
curred In tho prices of farm pro
ducts, "As a mcasuro of tho purchasing
power ot tho rural communities,
however, they should be quillflod
by allowance for reductions which
havo occurred during the same peri
od tu the cost of living, which were
20.4 per cent between July, 1920,
mul December, 1921, and particu
larly In tho farmer's cost ot pro
duction. In tho latter Item wages
of farm labor aro ono of tho pre
dominant elements, and these are
(Continued on page four)
to Crater Lake
The Klamnth Falls-Lakevlew
highway I Included among second
ary state highway on the federal
Tho I'ort Klamath-Crater Lake
stretch ot which the dispatch
cpoaks, according to County Judgo
llunnell, Is . from near Old Fort
Klamath to the Crater Lake park
Hue. It la not a stato, highway,
hut tho state Is agreeing to co
operate because ct dissatisfaction
over tho routing of the main high
way In thu Fort Klamath section,
which, It Is said, will bo remedied
by this road. The cost will bo
NATION OUAItl) OHDKItKD
TO NLIIItAHKA CITl't MAHT
I A I. LAW IH I'UOCMIMKD
LONCOLN, Ncbr., Jan. 28.
Flvo companle, of tho Nebraska
National Ruard tedsy wero or-
dered to Nobraska City In ro-
sponso to an appeal for protec-
tlon from alleged disorder In
connection with tho packing 4
houio strike, (lovernor Mc-
Kelvlo proclaimed martial law
for Nebraska city.
Many Btatc Office to Bo Filled;
1'ilmarlc May IV, General
Klectlon November 7.
SAI.KM, Jan. 28. Political Pots
havo already started boiling through
out Oregon In anticipation cf the
primary election which will be held
May 19, when candidates will be
nominated for officers to be elected
at the general election which will be
bel4 Ndvcmbor 7.
Nominations will be made at the
primary election by tho political par
tics f or the following effices:
One representative from each of
tbo three congressional districts.
Three justice of the state supreme
Circuit Judges for ten Judicial dis
tricts. District attorney for Benton and
Multnomah counties. .
Sixteen state Senators.
Thirty six legislative representa
tives. Thcro will also be nominated at
tho primary a superintendent ot pub
lic Instruction; commissioner ot bur
eau of labcr statistics; Inspector of
factorles and worksblps; and a com
missioner ot the state public service
commission from the state at large.
Each of the major political par
ties also will elect a national com
mitteeman. HOLD-UP FRUSTRATED
lladlrul Sought for Contrnlla Riots
Shot by IK-tcctlvo
LOS ANOKLES, Jan. 28. Whiter
K. Lambertson, assorted to be a radi
cal, and who Is said by tho police to
bo wanted In connection with the Ar
mlsttco day disorders nt Centralis,
Wash., wa In a serious condition In
a hospital, hero today as a result ot
four bullet wounds sustained last
night when dotcctlves frustrated
what they declared was an attempt
by Lambertson to derail tho Southern
Pacific shore line limited train hound
from San Francisco to L03 Angeles t
and rob the baggage car of a $150.
000 money consignment.
WATKIt PIPES BURST
KITCHKX IS' WRECKED
WEED. Jan. !. Not roallxlng
that tho hot water tank was frozen,
Mrs. John Scallse, wife ot a Weed
Lumber Company watchman, start
ed a fire In the kitchen stove Sat-)
urday morning. As soon as the.
stove became thoroughly hot, both
tbo hot water colls In tho stove and
the tank exploded. The stove was
wrecked, the tank demolished, three
window In the' kitchen wero blown
out and tho house generally dam
aged. No one was Injured.
I.OGGKR BREAKS LKfl WHEN
HLKlGir IS CAPSIZED
Louis Robbin, a logger, sustained
u broken leg yesterday morning at
Qulgley'a logging camp when a
sleigh he was driving capslxed and he
loaped to the ground to escape be
in caught under the load. The break
was near the knee. This Is the sec
ond time Robbin has suffered a brok
en leg, the bone being broken In
three place In a previous accident.
Ho la being treated at tbo Warren
WILL BE MADE
Large Crew to Be Required
in Construction; New
Planer to Be Added
Immodlate resumption ot activities
by the Modoc Lumber company,
which suspended operations last year
In tho midst ot the general financial
depression, waa announced today by
J. O. Goldthwalte, president of the
company, who returned last night
with reorganisation plans completed
and, according tp report that preced
ed his arrival, backed by financial
support that permit no possibility of
failure In carrying thsm out.
litre's, the' Projfram
Hero are tho outstanding features
of the enlarged operatiens:
Completion ot the logging road to
to the Calamus Butte unit. Between
five and six mile ot this nineteen
mile road are done and the extension
will be begun at once. The road Is
flanked by a heavy timbered couatry
for its entire length.
Logging operations to start a soon
as weather permits.
Dry kilns ordered and a construe
tlcn contract, calling for their com
jtletlrm ty May. 1st., lit.4 '
Planer equipment ordered, and ex
peeled to be running Hay 1st.
Overhauling and extension ot the
rawmllt to permit ot operation to
capacity, 135,000 feet per shift, and
employment of two shifts.
Starting the mill at the earliest
possible date the weather permits
and the employment ot 400 men In
all company operations, with several
hundred more emplpycd by contrac
tors In extending the road and erect
ing kilns and planer.
Goldthwalte left today for the mill,
above Chlloquln, to get preliminary
work under way. w
BJgftvtt Year la History
He has been In close touch with
lumber circle in the Mlddlo West
nnd on the Coast for the past few
months and said h had formed the
opinion that the lumbering Industry
In the Klamath basin faces the big
gest year In history from the pay
roll point of view. More mon will ba
omployed, he believes, than ever bo
fore. From the price viewpoint ho tor
sees "no runaway market, hut a
strong and steady demnnd at pr e
that will permit the manufacturer t.
operate at a profit."
The Modoc Lumber company will
operate two mill shifts from the be
ginning, and It Is understood that all
the big manufacturers aro planning
to do Ukowlso.
Owing to a dopletod log supply
this moans that woods operation
must bo larger than usual from tho
Live Fish Pumped
From Oil Well
VISALIA, Calif., Jan. 27. Con
alderable Interest has surrounded tho
pumping from an oil well near Lind
say ot fish which have two perfectly
good eyes. The fish are transparent
and have many small fins along their
back, not unlike the feet ot a centi
pede. They are hardly an Inch In
length. Blind fish were pumped tome
year Ko from an artesian well near
Spa. They, however, did amott Im
mediately, These little fellows are
thriving In a glass bowl.
The Cyclo-Stormagraph at Under
wood's Pharmacy shows that there
has been very little change In baro
metric conditions for the last 24
hours, but the tendency Is still down
ward. This favors a continuation of
our present unsettled weather, with
probably more snow.
Forecast for next 14 heurs:
Cloudy, unsettled weather, vjth
The Tyco recording thermometer,
registered maximum 'asd! minimum
temoeraturet today at fallews:
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