The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 06, 1922, Image 1

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WEATHER FORECAST
TONlflllT AND TlllJItHDAV, I'llOII.'
A1ILY KNOW. COI,l)i;i!.
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BROUGHT MKFIL
Mr M.l-.1 Ni. -l.nl. Q-lf , ""V"" iiicussmii, nciii Horn .Mi si
rs. Mabel INlCllOlS, 3CII , .!.,' ,.,, rUM.
Confessed Slayer Awaits
ri Action of Grand Jury
Mm. Mabel Nichols, who liy her
own lonfi'Mloii shot nuil killed her
companion, Itolurt (Irrnr, at the
Summit slnRii btntloit on t ho sil
ver lake road, 20 mile east 'of
Cn-scml, list Saturday morning,
was brought to thin city rally tlili
morning by Sheriff Law. HI... will ,
1m held for the grand Jury, now
In session,
An autopsy was hold nt Crwi
i
runt TurtiltiT inurnliii: mitl un
In
rj i u n t In tlm nftcrnoon, after an
Invritlnntlon bait brcn inmlii of
tho ktiifto Motion ut Hunimll. At
tliu In tju ral It nan niljintfipil Hint
Orrir wan nliot to ilratli by Mti
Nklioln. Tlin liiijiirnt hum cnnjnct
eit by Coronrr Wlilllock mt wnn
ntruiUa by itlurlff Low, Orant M.
llnytnnnil, court rrortt'r; II. 0.
Ilourki', deputy klinrlff ut Crn
rent; lir. II. II. I.. Hlovsart, cltyi.,,, ' ...-
liRittli officer; II. i:. Mlttrllioltt.
(Irrrr'ji nmployer; Mm. Nlc'iota and
her husband, I. N. Nlchuln. of HI
Ifiulrrr;: and A. M. drier, of t:i
Irnnbitrn. n brother of Ibo dead
turn.
Ituil- T.ikrn to Crmu-iil
(Ireer'a ImJy had been taken to
Head but wnx returned to Croscvnt
for tho Iriqucnt.
.ater'lt wan ro. ,
turnrxl to' lleud for burial,
MltlelholU nnd Itoutka returned
with local officer, reachlnn thin
city early thl mornluK after plow
InK thruucli from Ik to 30 Inches
of nnow, Itourkn' car broke down
and tho occupant! were forced to
tikn tlm train at Kirk
'.Mr. Nlchol'H nlory I that alio
wan cooi ced from her homu by
Oner, that tho wan drugncd nml
when hn recovered her mmisoi Ovotnif .Venle. president nnd exem
found herself ut Tho Dalles. tV officer. respcctlcly, California
Threw note were found In Ibo
flreplacn of her homo after her do
parture, ncrorillnr to tho officials.
Khorlff Low said that ho wan told
that ono of tlm notm said, "l.eav
Ini; ut the point of a pistol." Tlili
nolo bad been crumpled ami thrown
In tlm flrepl'ice. but had not caught
file. It M hi'lloed that the oili
er notes ere dlcjated to her by
drocr or somo other person.
!roo to lli'iul
When Mm. Nichols reached Urud
In (Irfler's car last rlaliirdny she told
r tlherltf Itoberts that vim had nliot
drocr but was not certain that she
hod killed him. When an luves-
was mudo Oreer'a body.
hcd. was found on the b d.
Mention
fully rloth
A bullet from a 3!! rallbro nuto
matlc rnvolvur had penetrated his
rJitht temple. Hho told tho offi
cials thcro that tlm two hnd hecn
iiineushlnlni: and nollli'i; tlm pro
diirt In Ileud, ami that sho had
been unabln to r.'t away, (freer
lipd thruatoncd to lead hex Into a
lfo,of ah n nm at llcnd, sho was ro-
portod to havo told fihcrltf Hob
urtn. Hho was anxious to return
tJ her hiiNbaiid and child nt KIUmih
burK, hut droor refused oven to le:
her commiiulcato with them.
Mrs. Nichols wan anxloim to toll
i i t
hr (dory to him, Sheriff Low
hhIiI, but hud been udvlHul by At
torney W. I'. Myurat lloml )o
talk to no ono. Sim aalii nio thoui;ht
alio would fool bettor K'rjtin could
unburden her mlud,( hu,,tliat sho
feared to bienk her proiiUn to hpr
altorney. ,,
Mrs. McIioIn Is U.'l
j Mm. NIcIioIh Is 2a yvara ot ni;is
Hho Ih rnthur uhort nnd plumii wtb
b'ack hair which hIio wonrs hobbud.
Uho was ludKod nt tho Hall hotul
tipen n nival horn thl.s inernlnr: but
tv probably bo taken nut to tho
county Infirmary, Sheriff Low naid.
MlttolholU, (Ireur'H omVloyer, told
oounty offlrlnlH that ho hnd noticed
no hIkhh of (IIhhoiihIou Imtweou
drocr nnd Mix. NIcIioIh nml thnt lm
bollnved tlmiu to ho mnu nml wlfo.
Ho wim ni't ut tho Hiiliimlt sin.
Hon often, ho Hnld, hnvWir (m(t ilio
jilcu li cliuriio of (Icco-y
(fthi? few e
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FEDERAL GAME LAW
UNDER DISCUSSION
BY GAME OFFICIALS
I'iiiimimiI flit' t H, ltcuiiliillon of
MlKHiliuy Hint rlliimllnu;
I'nlN nf AiIiiiIIiiii
HAI'KAMKNTO, live. (!. After nil
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1 association nf game mmmls-i.'oiif r.
In Krmiluti at Hut ttt.-iti) cuiltut fallal
to tench mi iir.f'."iiirnl on Dm pro
P I niliiitliiii (f n federal net pin-
tiding fur I In. iMalillnhiiiriil nf ntifi.
,. rlinntftiK nrminiU nn.l pliirlng nil
hunters of water fowl nml mlRrulory
"'rds under fcdrrnl lko3es.
I'lutNium of Ah
I'llilor tlm proposed n'rt, rtrry
hunter of inlnrutory bird nn.l water
fowl would be forced to pay n federal
, llci'lldi ten nf fl linn. Iinlr .. ti.i..
Kmil ,, ,,,,, fur u) ,.,,,,,.
f public hunting presertes nml tlm
"thor half for overhead expenses.
"I't'CJlHon wan epreed briefly
mi III wf. I .!.. !.. I. ii.
n.wiiin. t,,ii iiiu iiiii triiuiii
; mm! nwajr mo poncn pDwcm i,f t lit'
, BtJtii Tlm priipniril art will bo Lilt-
vi up ncaln today
Mini)' In AiIi-iiiIiiiiic
I'MIi and r.nnio rniiiiiiloncn of
m'oa ui-Mrrn ninto ar nttPtidlnn
tlm tpjnlon noil tlio C.illfornlii rum.
nillcn i .iclliiR n bout, not boln
u niMiibrr of lltn niiorlatlun. Vlw
rrlntlxn to cn-iiperalloti in Hie cn
foicoiiirni of nai'io nml fUli lan
wuro dlnciined. 1). II. Mailurn, who
Ii. nri.Mlilnnt nf it... ttt. ..i... i.... .....
I Tho ork of tho Cnllferuln nun-
lnltl('!l unit wn tiled In rtiforre tli(.
law were eiplalned by IVn;ik Nmv
burl, prenlJent of tho CMIIfornla
boJy.
'lllll-i" III Cllllfl'ivilrti
Tllo fiilloHliir. nro aniuiiK iIiom In
atteudaucu: I). II. Aludrru, full nnd
name commissioner. Halt Lake City,
t'litt.i ftntn.t.1 II Hi,i'l -..,.,
,.,. .,.. .... nilii .,
Juno, Rami) nardeu. lloise. Idahe:
(Jeorr.n Lawyer, federal nnmo war-
Lien; (.'. A Jakawny. jtamo warden.
Helena. .Mont . A. i:. Iitirr.hdiiff.
rtaino roiiimlssloner. I'ortland. Ore.;
J. W. Kinney, flh .mil name kuper
lsor. Kentile, W.uh : CeorK" II
Jotiusloii, fish nml r.auio protective
aimoclatlon. Malt l.nko City: Joe V.
I'rocharkn. name w.irden, I'lioenlx.
Arli ; nnd frank M. N'enbcrt nml
full nnd Ranie rommlsslon.
L. D. KING PASSES ON
I'rjitli ('iiiiie nt Yiekn 1'ild.i) MkIiI;
l.keil Hem Four Yrum
I.. I). KIiir, belter Known here as
llliik" KIiik, died ut Yrekn Friday
nlKltt. Tlm funurul took place there
Monday llii is annhe.l by his
mother. Mm. J. A Ilorlle, brother
James A. Klnrj, nnd alitor. Mrs. dor
t rutin Vance, nil of 30S MIchlKan
aMiiiim, Klamath Falls; n sister.
Mm. W. W darrow, I'ortland. u
biother, II. It. Klntc. of l.ufkln. T"
"!'' "'rro c,1",;'rp- 0r' '.
nm, carul,lln
Tlm decedent was bom In Ml. Ver
non, Illinois, ii yenrs aKo. llo came
to Orefson In early outh with his
family. Ho had lived In Klamath
Fiilli for about four yearn, nml wai
an onnlneor for tlm Warion Con
struction company until takun III two
yenrs ur.o. About two weeka opo lm
wont to Medford In hopo thnt n mild
er rllmnto would Improve his health.
Ho remained a week and was, on his
way back to Klamath Falls, whou his
sl.ronnth fallud In Weed uml ho was
taken In tlm Yioka hoipltal. Hl
mother wus with him boforu lm died.
WKATiint I'ltoii.wiii.n n:s
At I o'olock thlH morning tho
Oyclo-Storiuagrapli
n t Uudorwooii u
Pharmacy icgls
lured d "low" of
21).70. Slneo that
hour tho tomluncy
him been upwind
and HiIh, of courso
I n fnvornblu slgu
for clearing, (Ow
ing to the oxtrimm
ly low presxurn
pruvulllng ii slight
turn downward
would Indicate u ronownl of tho
storm.)
Forecast for next 24 hours;
ImllcutloiiH slightly In favor of
clonrliiK, with frosh winds tonight
uml tomorrow.
Tho Tycim let'ordlug thormoiimtor
reglHtnrud muxlmuiu uml minimum
tifinpcrutures lodny iih follewa:
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Army Men Meet Death In
Lnnclcy Field Accident; (
Two Burned to Denth
NKW I'OIIT NKWH. Va . Der. 0.-
Miijor (luy I., tlonrbart. t'aptnln
tlunton A. Uoylo nml four enlltei
mii weru killed nt l.niiKlcy I'lell
loJiir hm n Martin bomber x-ltld
ri wltli tin alrplnao wblla inal.lni; a
l.mOnr:. Tlm imiIIMciI nun w r
Btaff Hi-recant Mirlclt nnd TrUaiea
lllur.ka, l.cnu Itol.is nml Tlimnai.
Jirdnn.
Tho bomber vu In air vli-ii Ma
Jor fipurharl took off In n l'..iil.r
The llftlitrr ninulilno nlruck tin- toil
f tliu bombtir and both n.uriiinee
fell.
Major (Iiarliait. Captain l't'
and Korneant Mnrltk wcro caiiKlil In
t In wredcur.J and burned to deiili
lllunka anil Jordun were klltul al
most Iniitaully wlu-i they Junip"d
BAND IDEA IS RIGHT
roiiini HpfiihiT linlil V. I'. "ni"
mrr l SlumliiK I'mp-r Splilt
"Klamath Fills at last It on tho
rlr.ht track toward M-curlni; a band
tllo City can bo proud of." said Karl
Shepherd, chairman of tho chamber!
of commerce forum ut today lunch
eon. "Tho former bund leaders have
been too prone. In my opinion, to
cou'sldur tho baud as n Job for
tbemrolrea. lint In V. F. Craniar
til,, band tun it leader who Isn't
tulkliiR In tonus of dollar nod
cents. He It, trylnn first to pin
duru nn ori:anl:alloii of quality. I
think that tlm buijd should have
tho community's support."
Tlm community has un opportun
ity to net ou tho siiKKtlon Fri
day lilKht, when n benefit d.inco
will bo held at tho Scandinavian
hall.
The ticket rain will start tomor
row. Tho price la ono dollar per
couple. Music for tlm dancu wlljl
bo furnished partly by tho hand
and partly by tho orchestra.
MAiiuirr itr.i'oitT
POKTI.ANI). Dee. !. Ciltlc
hogs nnd cheep steady, lamh.i weak.
Kkk two cents lower, buying pric
es -lie to Tile, selling SOc lo 55c;
butter firm.
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ii ii i iiij ifti i hi .
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subsidy UV ..;
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Member of the Associated Press
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Hall. Case Another 'Unsolved Crime
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lux of Jun 11. 192'. dying of a
, bullet wound In tho forehead. The
milclde theory was discarded but his
.visv; imcNsvwcK, k j i.v- c ,,,,, hM nover ,,, fonmI
TlH) Hall-Mllls mnrilr (rui h.xj jft recunl of tiiec f,in,0!iS nn-
Kor.o Into the dusty plK9n-hnle ofiHolvnd mysteries, prior to tlm klll-
cilme'W un3lva.l myiterioj. Ihk of Iho Itev. Hnll mid Mrs. Mills
Tho Uev. Kdward Wheilw Hall I ,Ml ,Sel,t- J was lno murder of
1 IMltfntu flia mini .1 fnlilna h.tilf...
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U.III 1,19 VIUt, l.mv.f .... ...VN..W.
Mills, murdered lro uiwrly tire
months ago. ! Joined the hull of
fume nloi'u; with tuflh fuinou Tk
ire an Dorothy Arnold. Jostph Kl
well nnd William DMuiond Taylor.
F.illuro ot tho grand Jury to In
dict anybody In tho doublo murder
siiKRoftts to crlmlnologletH tha iutu-
tlnn: is tno liaii-Aliiii tiite perm-1 lqs a.VOHLKS. Dee. C High
unently pigeonheled: , W3y ami desert lu Lower California.
Two other famous cases remain wa and air. aro being watched for
vnwhed mysteries Mr. Clara Phillip. Hammor slayer.
Dorothy Arnold disappeared Dee. j who ocapd yesterday. Hor hus
IS. 1910. Sim was never toon again , bend Is under technical nrrest here,
utter coming out of n 'Fifth nvouuel .
book Koro In New York that day.
Secret nesrch went on until Jan.
25, IP 11. when tho rase was re
jHirtid to tho police. Since then a
fortune has been up wit running
down thousandi ot clues and It 1
fl 111 unknown whether she was inur-
dored, hldunpped or committed sui
cide. For two nnd a half years every
offort hiui failed to rolru tho mys-
KILL OR CURE?
iter aid
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SOI.VKI) MYfrKHIi:.S. UKVT,
tijk iti:v. i:nvAiti) wni:Ei.nn
MAI.f. (AIIOVK) AND JOSEPH T.f.
WIM.I.J KIGIIT. UOUOTIIY Alt
NOI.I). ie.-y of tho murder of Joseph How
lm Klwcll, brldcu whist expert and
turfman.
Klwell wa found In his New
York apartment la tW oarly morn-
"""" "- J.i.ui. .Ili.nun
picture director, lu his I.os Angeles
homu Fob. 2 of this year.
NO SIGN OF CLARA
Hammer .Slnjrr M;ites (IimmI
K-enn From I'iNiiii
Her
KLKPPHi: IS (H'STHIl
I.OUISVILLK. Dee. C President
Kleppor. of tho Portland baseball
club, was forever barred from na
Uonal association professional base
ball leagues by tho action taken to
day nt tho baseball meeting heie.
Ho was charged with filing a false
stutomont relntlvo to tho capital
stock of tho Tacomu. club.
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nrvp nPMFNT of
RESOURCES BRINGS
WEALTH TO NATION
OtittnnilliiK Dou'lopnienU of Venr
l.lilnl lly Kerretary of In.
terlcir In Annual Iteport
WAHIIINOTO.V, Dee. C Uo and
tlavalopmcnt of tr-.o country' natural
resource under control of tho In.
terlor department have contributed
In grant measure to nntlonnl Mabl
Illation and priupcrlty, Hccrctary
Fall declared tnilay In hit nnnual ro-
port. Tho secrotary listed tho moro,
"u',""uma, ' luc' coniriBUHons
las opportunltlos for homo making)
upo8 tho public lands by returned
so.mers .nu o.ucr cu.rena; tno ills -
roory of new ol field.; develop-
ment of exlstlnr; fields and Increas-
InB production of oil nnd Its Pro.8hppeM aMoclatloD( ,otd tha ,,.
ducts; tho exploitation ot coal depo,-1 ala,e commerco commission today.
Its. nnd tho opening of mlnca la the) 1)tlrnK excnange, on cros. exam
western statcj. , Mca KrC(, H WooJ C0UBMl for
llrlnr; Cn-ili UeliUn
Incidentally, tho Interior
lccrn.'
tnry declared, theso developments
hav8 resultel In very substantial
cash returns to the federal treasury
und to tho various states In which
thoso mineral resources h.io fcr-rt
developed under lending laws.
Tho outstanding administrative ac
complishment of tho department
during the fiscal year ended last
Juno 30. was declared to bo the
f reach In p almost nf current work In
both tho land offlco nnd tho pension
ufftro. Tho oxamlnatlon of final!
Immcstcad proofs Is current In the
former office, a situation, which hag
not uxlttrd for many year, tho se
cretary said. This, ho ndded, has
already resulted lu placing In tho
hands nf tho people ossotn valued at
moro than (30,000,000 and has been
donu without Increase In forco of
thnt offlco and In tho. face ot greatly
Incroaslng work.
.. KrcquiiiirniU Kct Imitation
Wider oxtonslon of the reclama
tion policy In former arid lands of
tho west was recommended In tho
report, which showed that while
funds wero restricted for that work
tho achievements of the reclamation
service justified tho continuation of
the reclamation policy. Ono now Ir
rigation project was started despite
lack ot funds, and the total value of
crops raised on reclaimed lands was
estimated nt moro than $473,000,-
030. Tho benefits In the way or
making homes. Increase ot food pro
duction and addition to tha national
wealth by tho reclamation ot lands
mako that work ot great value In
return to prosperity, tho report as
rerted. IMucatlon of Indians, which falls
to tho lot of tho Interior department,
has been greatly promoted. Tho at
tendance at Indian schools for tho
past year was 3,000 greater than In
any previous 'year. A special effort
to provldo greater health facilities
to tho Indian through more hospi
tals and moro extensive nurslug ser
vice was made.
HEARING TIME SET
NnluialUatfnii iVHllniis lu dime
Ili-fore Kmnlucr lit February
Circuit Judge A. L, Leavltt hus
set February 2S ami September 24,
1923, for tho hearing ou petitions
for naturalization for the year 1923.
All soUll;ua who wish to bo uat
unitized under tho soldier net must
appear on oho of the abovo dates
It thoy desire to bo naturalized dur
ing tho year 1923. They nro not
required, however to establish an
actual residence, nor need thoy tako
out u first paper. Hut thoy must
uppcar on ono of tlm uboo datos,
when tho uxumlner Is pras,oat, nud
bring with them thoir dlschnrgo pa
pers' nnd two witnesses who know
them to bo tho persons stated In
theft dlschnrKCi.
"J.'etltlona for naturalization for
.other. ulfeni, imt soldlprs, may bo
men ui any tium niter tncir first pa
per or declaration Is two years old,
but they nro required to establish u
flvo year reslduiiro lu tho United
States by means of two witnesses.
Tho hearings ou these potltlons
aro also set for tho abovo dates nnd
-no hearing will bo held on nuy other
dates ilu dug tho year 1923.
Under tho now law a woman must
also bo naturalized, oven It married,
regardless ot whether or not her
husband lms naturalization papers,
oxeopt that wlvos of porsons jmturul
Uod nnd who wero married boforu
tlthln act, uro not, required to bo nat-
urnHzeTd but t,uko the. eltUoushlp ot
their husband,
j
. OFFICIAL PAPER OF
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF KLAMATH, FALLS
FJNCB WTCIBMNI
TWO FORCES!
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hoi trare
ITI.CC.KT
Both Railroads Accused of
Intrigue In! Creating
Support In West
WASIIINOTO.V, Dec. e. Increas-
qd competition la railroad serTlc
aIonB ,no racfc-coa,t would rwult
from gcparaon ot ,he g0uthrn
, ,,acfIc am, Cen,ra, ,,acU,c;
ornard( chR,rman of 19 eom,
Van
committee
i nfk Ihn fTjilirnrnlA PrnrltlrrB anil
tho Southera Pacific, and Bernard
agreed that he was "Retting wages"
from tho Union Pacific for organis
ing the producer to urge, the separ
ation. Iloraard assorted that railroad
competition, particularly In Califor
nia territory, would reduce the car
shortago and expand tho markets .for
producers of tho state. He said Iho
Southern Pacific, after being order
ed by tho supreme courl to giro up
control of tho Central Pacific, has
started a campaign alt over the west
,0 "un Pb',c Pnloni "
used threats of discrimination In car
'supply acalnst shippers, to forco
them to Its support.
Wood, by questions which Indicat
ed that he considered the Union Pac
ific to be entirely responsible for the
creation ot llernard's organisation',
went Into Its expenditure at coif
aldorable length, showing . evidence
of publication ot newspaper acver
tlscmcnts and the Issuance 'of II ter-
"As far an I know all'the'bliU
contracted by the producers' associa
tion havo been paid by the' Union
Pacific," Uorloard testified', "at
they harp mado no secret about It."
FORUM DAY CHANGED
MivtiiiR Will 1W- Held Monday Ho
HUry May Speak
Next week's forum of the cham
ber ot commerce will bo held Mon
day noon, Instead ot Wednesday, a.
usual, Secretary Stevenson announc
ed at today's forum, In order tbat
Frank Dranch HI ley, who Is lb del
iver hit famous lecture ".The Lure
of tho O rest Northwest.'" at the
Pin0 Tree, theatre Monday, night,
may bo the chief speaker 'at tho
forum. i
The speaker will talk onjja dif
ferent subject from tho evening lec
ture. Kxtra tables will be, pro
vided and preparations made tor
accomodations for an unusually
largo c,rowd at the forum.
This Is iho first time since ho
has boen secretary ot the chamber
tbat tho forum dato has been ad
vanced, said Stevenson, but trie
matter had been discussed by the
directors who agreed that the Im
portance of niley's visit warranted
the change.
HORSES AROUSED IRE
Citizen Opens l'lr0 With S4otun
At Stray Stock 1
Is tho city menaced by a scourge
ot stray hordes, cattle, dogs and oth
er homeless animals, who roam at
largo over lawns and vacant lots?
According to reports, somo 'person
In tho vicinity ot Third and IMiS"
seemed to think so last night Ob
jecting' to tho presence ut severSl
horses in his front yard, this Iralo
cltlroii opened tiro with a shotgun'.
Tho horses took, thj hint anti'lletit
tno iruuuju nus. nvoa, u appears,
that ho llve atabjf wlibro the cliy
formerly lotlired stray stock, la lieu
of n millablijpBund.fWus unwilling It rlwil M
contlnuo tlnrarrangqment. Chief of
Police Wilson, 'who' Is also Hound
master, placed stray stock to lit
opou corral over near Lake Kwauna.
In somo mysterious manner,' how
over, tho stock escaped as promptly
ns It was brought thoro. Whether
the moro Intelligent ot the asjasali
romovod tho bars or wheth'. their
had outsldo accomplices, Wllsejs ws
ttnablu to say. Prlvutely, hiwever."
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