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Danville Montour American (Newspaper) - December 16, 1909, Danville, PennsylvaniaVol. 55�?no .00 Day. December 16, 1909 established in 185e items condensed. Wanted local agent to advertise and introduce the new educational work. Websters dictionary and Atlas of the world. Must to educated and Able to furnish Good references As to ability and character. The Saalfield publishing company. Akron Ohio. Connellsville s chamber of Commerce is going to raise a guaranty fund of $20,000 to got industries on the Williamsport plan. William Kilton will spend a term in the Columbia county jail for assaulting Georgo Leiby by mistake. The convicted Man has 110 hands. Gettysburg will have a $50,000 Monument erected to the memory of general Leo. It will be on West Confederate Avenue near Spangler Woods. Andrew Paola was sentenced to live years imprisonment at Philadelphia for shooting at Frederick Franks a policeman who arrested him and biting off part of the officer s Finger. Rhoda Thomas of Whitesburg near Ford City was burned to death when her Homo caught fire and John Herron aged 2,died at Moon Gahala from Burns received at an open grate. Twelve year old John Donaldson who set his clothes on fire at Kittan using while he was playing at an open grate asked his Mother not to scold him As he thought he would not live. He May die. Mayor Magee of Pittsburg when Mot by a delegation of Bol Leruo citizens stated that he will not Aid them in their attempt to get a free Bridge Over jacks run unless their town becomes a part of Pittsburg. Edith Schmidt of North Side Pittsburg was burned fatally when her dress caught tire while Sho was standing in front of an open grate. She ran to the Street screaming and neighbors Succo Oded in putting out the flames. Mrs. L. W. Barner of Jersey Shore routed a would be highwayman in a str of of that town recently by defending herself with a hat pin. The follow demanded her Money of which Sho had a considerable sum with her. She defended herself with the pin and called for help. He took to his heels. Mrs. Joseph Stoeckel wife of n Wilmington Brewer went Over an embankment in her automobile near Cheater and both she and the chauffeur lauded in a Pool of water. They escaped injury although they were Dreu Hood to the skin. The machine struck a rut and the Driver lost control of it. John Douglass of Bradford brought charges against his Bride of a few Mouths for alleged perjury she having sworn that Sho was not married before Sho wedded him whereas she was a Divorcee. But the grand jury at Butler uphold the woman saying that it was up to the Man to find out whether his wife Ever had been married before. Douglass was placed in jail because to had no Money to pay the ousts which wore placed 011 him. William Green a Bethlehem Stool company Foreman stopped in front of a locomotive which was hidden by u a loud of steam and had his Skull fractured and his right Arm pulled from its socket. Within the next week almost $1,000,000 will be drawn from Banks and Trust companies having state Money deposited in them to meet the appropriations which fall due near the beginning of the year. William Skillen was blown into an adjoining lot suffered Burns on the face and bands and the Side of the House was blown out when he tried to Light the Gas in a stove he had just erected at Mckeesport. A leak had allowed considerable Gas to escape. Reports show that Pittsburg has reduced the number of cases of tue Ere ii District Institute a District Institute comprising the school districts of Riverside Borough and Gearhart and Rush townships was held in the High school room at South Danville on Friday and saturday. The sessions wore Well attended a varied program was rendered and a degree of interest was manifested by those who participated that augurs Well for the schools on the South Side. The District Institute convened Friday evening at 7 30 of clock. The principal address was delivered by professor i. H. Mauser principal of the Trevorton schools. His talk dealt in a very practical Way with those problems that confront a teacher in every Day experience. Able and practical addresses were also delivered by i. M. Al Lonberger superintendent of the schools of Sudbury and s. H. Dean superintendent of the schools of it. Carmel. On saturday morning the Institute convened at 10 of clock. A very appropriate and Well prepared paper was read by miss Mary Lyons entitled a some knotty this was followed by a disc six a of the subject a should the system of grading and promotion be elastic a the principal speaker being w. W. Fetzer superintendent of the schools of Northumberland county. He spoke principally from the stand Point of the Rural schools and admitted that the problem is one which under existing conditions in the schools almost baffles a satisfactory solution. He does not believe in holding the Pupil Back unduly at the same time he recognized the evils that would be pretty sure to ensue if a policy were adopted of making promotions regardless of deficiency that might exist is some branches thus keeping the average of the Pupil Down below the Standard. The discussion seemed to resolve itself into the question whether out of Justice to the child and As a measure to keep the High school filled it would be Best to educate the Pupil along the line to wishes to travel or a to balance him up in the various branches embraced in the course of study. No definite conclusion seemed to be arrived at although county superintendent Fetzer inclined to the View that special examinations might be justified in the Case of some pupils. Miss Beaver read a most excellent paper on a spelling. A she was followed by miss Bogart with a paper entitled. A How can to secure better results in English a the paper showed a great Deal of care and thought in its preparation. A paper was read by miss Gulick entitled a Are we experimenting too much and devoting too Little time to fundamentals a which was very Gen Early discussed. It seemed to be the consensus of opinion that while some experimenting May he defensible yet in is something that should not be carried very far in the school room. Publishing houses and those who furnish school supplies were held responsible for a great Many of the innovations that Are unloaded on the schools Only to be discarded extended experimentation in which the schools have lost Timo and the pupils suffered positive detriment superintendent Al Lonberger adverted to the vertical system of writing for a time quite popular in the schools which he strongly condemned declaring that it disc Naifie three Bridges it Lias become Quito Clear that the Throe county Bridges in course of erection can not to completed this season All of which will be a matter of much regret to the Public especially those who have occasion to use the several highways of which the Bridges occur. The three smaller Bridges at Carey sat John Coleman a and at Buck run a were completed by the Owego Bridge company last month. The three remaining Bridges built by the Nelson Merydith company Are located be sport ively at Cote Era sat Maust s and at Sechler s. The contract in each Case called for the completion of the Bridge before this but the company pleads unavoidable delay caused by its inability to the Christmas obtain the steel work. The Stone work was completed 1 months ago. The crushed Stone needed for the Concrete floors is also on the ground. It is too late in the season to go of with the work even if the material should arrive forthwith. Cousin ering the time of year we would have to be favored with a period of phenomenal weather indeed before the county commissioners would feel justified in permitting the contractors to enter upon the construction of the Bridges this Winter. The erection of Tho ironwork it is True could proceed without detriment but the laying of the Concrete floors while freezing temperatures prevail would be obviously ill advised. During a discussion at the court House yesterday the fact was made Patent not Only that floors of Concrete have superseded Plank but also Liat Bridges wholly of Concrete Are coming into favor in this state and Promise in process of t Imos probably very soon a to displace Iron or Stool Bridges. The Experiment whore tried has proven thoroughly satisfactory. It is demonstrated that the counties can build Concrete Bridges More cheaply and that it costs less to maintain them. The item of paint is essentially eliminated concerto is practically indestructible and consequently no Money is required for repairs on Bridges of that sort six school directors of Danville braved the elements monday eve to attend a regular meeting of the Board. They were As follows w. A. Decider w. Ii. Orth. J. W. Swarts William Burns or. Shultz and j. Ii. Cole. Under the head of unfinished business or. Orth reported that permission had been granted to the Paront teacher association to hold its regular meetings in the High school room. J. W. Swarts reported that a leak has been discovered in Tho roof of the first Ward school building. The roof was ordered repaired. It was reported that hoards Are be aug Tom off Tho rear of the a a Flat school House. On motion it was ordered that a notice to posted 011 the i building forbidding trespassing. On motion it was ordered that the teachers and janitors be paid for Institute week and two weeks of teaching when Tho schools close for the holidays. Or. Shultz reported that miss Lawrence a school in the third Ward is overcrowded there being 52 pupils enrolled. He suggested several plans by which overcrowding might to relieved one being the fitting up of another room in the building and employing an additional teacher. It is believed that there will to a still larger attendance in miss Lawrence s room after the holidays. Of motion it was ordered that the matter be ref Al red to the committee on teachers and certificates. Of motion it was ordered that the schools close on thursday december 23rd, for the Christmas vacation reopening on monday january 3rd. Ti10 following Hills were approved 1 for payment a i. A. Winters Ben j. Kneibler Chris f. Hershey. A. G. Diuris. Adams sex. Co. W. Ii. Orth j. B. Cleaver. W. G. Brown. E. Voris com braving a cold rain driven by an almost cyclonic wind and oceans of inn by slush under foot or. J. Beaver Gearhart with Walter a a rods Rupp As a companion monday walked to Bloomsburg in the remarkable time of 2 hours and 20 minutes. The stunt grew out of an argument at Frank linkers Cigar store and Pool room monday afternoon. De Schaffer the Well known Pool room proprietor of Bloomsburg was in this City and had stopped at linkers store. While there the subject of weather came up and then walking was discussed. Finally or. Gearhart was pointed out As Tho Best exponent of pedestrian ism in the room. To this or. Schaffer Good a tiredly took exception stating that he did not believe that he would he much in a walk such As Between Danville and blooms Burg in a Stormy Day like monday. Or. Gearhart replied that a walk of that kind would be merely a Little pleasure Jaunt for him. Or. Schaffer reached in his a pocket and drawing Forth a Large wad peeled off a Bill of fairly Large denomination Laid it on the counter with the statement that it would be the property of or. Gearhart if he walked to blooms Burg. A a hold the Money a Gearhart said to linked As he reached for his Raincoat. A proposition from a a reds Rupp to go along was accepted and a Lew seconds later they were hitting the Trail Down Mill Street. When they got out into the Upen country Tho wind was so Strong at times As to nearly carry the walkers off their l get and this in combination with the rain and slush made the go fifteen floats Are assured 12 lawyers in Montour numerous inquiries received by the state bar association As to the number of members of the bar in Tho various counties of Pennsylvania caused inquiry to be made by the Secretary judge William h. Taake. After much correspondence he has at last received reliable data and finds that there Are 7337 such attorneys at Law. This county has 12 Columbia 33 Schuylkill 125 Luzerne 208 and Lycoming 75. Good showing .�0 1.25 1.25 .95 1.70 16.50 2.90 14.71 a a accustomed to a it a saturday from a and when he was a a factory is locate a i on him and took los i 50 percent within too put ten years. More than 15,000 re i it m w Are suffering from the i a ase and it causes As Many deaths As Alloi a r contagious diseases combino. G. Trimmer Ltd York held up and robbed of about $115 Daylight. To had 1 take the Money Evcic Hank to his factory in the Alley where of three men pot inc Tho Money. So anxious Art Philadelphia police to obtain costly jewels stolen from St. Jude a greek Catholic Church that they will Send divers to the Bottom of the Delaware River to get them it Eugene Bir Ehor the alleged confessed robber can locate the spot where or Lirow them away. Yhr Aham Fisher who introduced Corn As an article of food into Ireland during Tho great famine died at his Home at Malvern near West Chester. To was aged 87 years. When Tho famine was in Ireland after the potato crop had Given out he sent a cargo of Corn to relatives who owned a grist Mill and it was ground and distributed. Iio was manager of Tho Jamesville and Washington railway flt or holding positions where Good pen Uia ship is required and that Many who have been taught according to this system Hail actually lost opportunities to secure employment. Iio advise d that to Acliros he a slave to no system in any Branch hearing in mind that the Success of the schools depends on a the Euins of the teacher superintendent Dean in weighed against the practice of ruling the slates for Iuno pupils introduced sometime in to a a ast. And which a a Experiment has found to be pernicious Ratling in Many cases to permanent injury to the eyes of Tho children. Hond j advocated Large writing and urged that whenever practicable the Black Board should be used. D. It. . Superintendent of Tho Danville schools explained the result that followed Experiment with the Pollard system and the vertical system of writing in his schools. Vertical writing has fallen into Borough superintendent die Feu Baclich reports that tin schools of Tho second Ward Are making excellent Progress notwithstanding the loss of three weeks time caused by the outbreak of diphtheria and Scarlot fever in that Ward. So diligently did the pupils of the higher grades prosecute their studies at their Homes during the period of quarantine that at the present time in Xii it of proficiency they compare favourably with pupils of Tho same grades in the other wards. The smaller children who depend More upon daily help received from the teacher were unable to accomplish Young person Quito so much working unaided but they also did very Well. As a measure to enable them to make up lost time for awhile it was thought the second Ward schools might remain open during the Holiday week but in View of the excellent showing made this has now been abandoned. The coming census Bruj. Apple of Sudbury Superior of the census for this District is in Washington attending a special meeting of the men who will have this work in charge. The different details of Tho work will be discussed at this meeting. Each persons seeking appointment is census enumerator must make a written application to the sup i for the District of which he is a resilient and the application must be made throughout in the handwriting of the applicant and must he in Dorset to two representative business men of the Community in which Tho applicant resides. All applicants for appointment As enumerators will be required to take an examination Tobe prescribed by the director of Tho census to determine their fitness for the Woik. This examination will be of a practical character consisting chiefly or wholly of the filling out of a Sample schedule of population from data furnished and in the Case of enumerators whose work will he in Rural districts the filling out of a Sample schedule of agriculture. The census act also provides that the compensation to be paid to enumerators is fixed by the census aet and an allowance of not less than two 1101 More than four cents for each inhabitant not less than Twenty nor More than thirty cents for each Faun reported and ten cents for each barn and enclosure containing live Stock not on farms is provided for All sub divisions where the director of the census shall deem such enumeration sufficient. $ 1.20 1 ing particularly Tough. But notwithstanding the Adverse conditions they made a speedy trip of it. At 4 25�?1 hour and 5 minutes after starting they were at Tho Gro Mauiu hotel an hour and 15 minutes later they were in blood Rosburg. Or. Schaffer had g ahead in the trolley and apprised a number of blooms burgers that the Danville walk ers were coming. A Large crowd met of the . Few of us ought to be. Ure any bitter than state on watch Ersic and Gearhart township read most excellent paper entitled a Birds As a Factor in age moult no. A she was followed by mrs. Young teacher of flu primary department who presented the subject of a form a introducing a class of pupils to illustrate method. In Harrisburg dec. 15. It the state is taking measures to protect itself in Tho event of its winning the civil suits to recover its claims against Tho men charged with and convicted of conspiracy in connection her i with tin furnishing of the state Cape Tol. Then followed an address by pro j this fact leaked out when it be Fessor t. B. Shannon teacher of the j came Public that the administrator of and the schools throughout the Borough Are going Back to the slanting system. In Reading a combination of several systems is employed. Or. Wertz Road a paper entitled a the greatest difficulty met in �?T01111-try schools How to remedy it was a Clover production dwelling upon the tender and sympathetic relations existing be teen teacher and Pupil. Tho teacher should to in close sympathy with the parents and should bring them to feel that to is interested in their children. During Tho afternoon session miss surver teacher of the grammar school belonging to the joint District of Riv joint High school on the subject of a a Pennsylvania in literature. A it was an Able and instructive discourse to Lis favor a Ealing that the speaker is Well posted i and that he fools a <1 ii matters pertaining on lit Rutur interest in 1 it. The four Walls of the High school room Vero covered with specimens of work drawing penmanship etc.,�? executed by the pupils of the three represented in the local District statute. Without exception the work was very meritorious. Under the principalship of professor Shannon Tho High school of the South Side is flourishing. The report of the first month s school is phenomenal. Of Tho seventeen pupils enrolled each one was present every Day neither was there a single tardy Mark. Tho estate of the late state treasurer mutinies in Chester Delaware county had Boon notified not to distribute the funds arising from the Sale of his estate until the claims of the state Are satisfied. When asked who served the notice attorney general Todd said this morning that it was done at his instance. A the papers in the civil suits Are All ready a said attorney general in Todd a and we will he Able to proceed at the proper time. As a matter of fact the papers in All of the claims to recover from those defendants were ready Over a year ago. A a director Clay who is making plans for the improvement of the police system of Philadelphia says that he Hopes to have a station in every Ward. Town no Iso a a nil a of a Pwll Quot "1#? steadfastly refused All offers of hospitality. However and caught the six of clock car Home arriving Here at 7 of clock soaked to the skin but not a bit fatigued by the tramp. Soon to know Fate Henry Fisher twice convicted at Sudbury of the murder of Surah Klinger in Shamokin Whoso attorneys recently Utti Fulcd to thu supreme court of Tho state for a new trial will within a few weeks know his Fate. The judges in Tho highest court in the Commonwealth who Rose in Pittsburg on Friday. November 14, will again sit in Philadelphia on the first monday in january 1910, when it is expected that a decision of the Appeal will be handed Down. The Case of Fisher is one of the longest drawn out that has Ever been tried in Northumberland county. The murder for which he was twice convicted was committed in 1900. Since that time attorneys Welsh and Welsh have been fighting wit i bulldog tenacity to save the condemned Man from the Gallows and thus far have met with Success. This is the second time that Tho lawyers have taken an Appeal to the supreme court and should they prove successful in securing a new trial the Case will undoubtedly hold Tho hoards of Northumberland county j tor another year. A woman tries to enlist Chicago Doc. 15. The six Ond attempt of miss Adelaide port Wood of Decatur 111., to enlist in the United states Navy a in order to be with her sweetheart who has been ordered to Central America went awry yesterday because of certain regulations governing the enlistment of recruits. Her sweetheart i Corporal James Dixon of the Marine corps who recently inherited about $100,000, obtained Bis discharge and then re enlisted because to could not curb Bis martial spirit. Miss port Woods family is said to be prominent in Decatur. When the recruiting officer reached the recruiting station miss port Wood in Complete male attire was waiting with an expectant smile. A just in the next room and prepare for the physician s examination directed sergeant ill Man. Miss Portwood stepped in. Fifteen minutes later when sergeant Holman investigated to ascertain the Canso of the delayed Cap it Carance an open window told of an escape and a hairpin and perfumed haudek Ochief of the floor told a Story of their own. It has been decided to have a special train in both directions Between Danville and Milton on new years Day instead of a special Only one Way at night. This decision was reached at a special meeting of the mummers association held monday night at which District passenger agent of the p. Amp r. Railway George Roper of Williamsport was present. Tho terms Wero considered reasonable the guarantee for Tho train both ways amounting to Only a Little More than what was required to Secare the single night special which was at first figured of. It was decided that the special train should leave Milton at 1 of clock and West Milton at 1 15 o clock of thu afternoon of new years Day. Returning it will leave Danville at 9 of clock p. M. On next monday night a very important meeting will he held by the mummers association at which the prizes will to arranged the judges appointed amp a. Immediately afterwards Large posters setting Forth All the features of the occasion will be printed and posted in All the neighbouring towns As Well As in Danville and immediate Vicinity. Undoubtedly this year Tho floats will constitute a remarkable feature of the Parade some fifteen being already assured. While a number of the floats May savor of advertise meet others will to gotten up purely for Tho Sake of adding to the interest of the new year a pageant. They will embody quaint and original conceptions Many will to very Beautiful. It has been ascertained that a Largo number of Tho merry makers Are already working on their make no. Some of these the most novel and grotesque probably Are known to to entirely new and will produce a stunning effect in the Parade. The mummers Aro working quietly and each one is guarding his secret jealously. Some of those who will be in the Parade have been Busy on the idea Ever since last new years and that they Aro evolving something Worth while no will innit Rev. Grimes ordained celebrated one of the most interesting and delightful social functions that have taken place of the South Side in Many years occurred yesterday when or. And mrs. Forbes h. Van an celebrated their Golden wedding. Receptions were held during afternoon and evening a Large number of invited guests representing Bot i Danville and the South Sido being present. Or. And mrs. Van an Are among our Best known and esteemed innate qualities of heart that have popularized them in Tho Community never Liono More Efful gently than during yesterday when amid tiie decorations of their cozy Ami attractive Home they assumed the role of Host Ami hostess. Everyone who stepped Over the threshold was impressed with the Felicity of the occasion and the congratulations that were extended were warm and heart Felt. The House was most beautifully decorated for the occasion. One Hundred and Twenty five guests were present including the following from a distance or. And mrs. Arthur d. Bacon and four children mrs. Anna Bacon of Harrisburg mrs. Miner b. Austin of Wilkes Barre b. F. Antrim West Pittston mrs. E. H. Carhart and miss Grace Boughton of Kingston and Paul Van an of Elyria Ohio. The most sumptuous entertainment awaited the guests. Refreshments embracing All the delicacies were served in abundance. Those were followed with a couple of delightful hours during which Choice music was rendered by the glee club. In celebrating a Golden wedding the mind instinctively reverts to the Day of the marriage when lie Worth Quot couple who have survived fifty Auni versa Les of Tho Happy event first entered the nuptial state. Or. And mrs. Forbes ii. Van an were married at Scranton fifty years ago yesterday Tho officiating clergy Man being the Rev. Adam l. Horn Uncle of the Bride. Before marriage mrs. Van an was miss Emeline a. Parr of a Belvidere n. J. The couple went to Honse keeping in Scranton. Forbes ii. Van an was born in Glas when eight years of ago he came to America. He served an apprenticeship As machinist in Tho i. L. Amp w. Rail Ime impressive ordination service of a Roa a a hops at Scranton. Very soon afterwards to became in Engineer on the d. L. Amp w. Railroad. Later for one season a served As Foreman of tie p. Amp k. Shops at lock Travon under Captain Frank Ilain. Episcopal Church was performed by tin lit. Rev. James Henry Darlington Bishop of the diocese of Harrisburg in St. Paul a Church blooms Burg yesterday morning at 11 of clock Lii ii lie. John Coubs a Grimes la us Erly a pastor of St. Peters methodist episcopal Church rive a Side and lev. John e. Diggs bios a of the i it a it a of St. Paul a Chuich it a in Char a a tie Palish at a Quot Thui do Laud w a Uez i cited into the Isen pal Priesthood. Rev. John i. Thy a. �1 pro tie i a a ordinal hut Sermon and a number of visiting priests were in Alt the s a also Maiki 1 the formal Loop i ing of St. Paul a Church after extensive renovations. Rev. Grimes is at present Rector of or. Mary a episcopal Church at Williamsport. Old age pension Bill Washington d. C., dec. 15. An old ago pension plan for the United states was proposed to Congress in a Bill introduced by Reprez a putative William b. Wilson of Pennsylvania yesterday. Tho Bill establishes tin old ago Home guard of the army. Thu Secretary of War is directed to enlist into this guard every per the son in Tho United states who has reached the Ai of sixty five and is not possessed of property without in ouch race value at $1,500 or of an in. Come of at least $240 a year. Persons to let a eligible for the guard must have i Beau residents of the United states. For Twenty five consecutive years and citizens of the United states for Lif teen consecutive years. Husbands and. Wives Are to be enrolled As one Mem her. In lsi4, lie accepted a position As Foreman �1 a a Railroad shops at Kings a which he occupied tor i it a i lie was tinder Charles grab a. A it a m Pehanic. The to u let a filled was that of of the shops of the Wyoming Valley manufacturing company. While. 1 a a in charge the Erst locomotive Nia in Wilkes Barre was built at these shops. In 18��?T9, or. Vanuatu came to Dan Ille at tie solicitation of the late Daniel Edwards accepting the position of master Mechanic at the big Mill. Here he remained tor eight years when he accepted the position of master Mechanic at the Mahoning rolling Mill. He next went into partnership with the late Dani l m. Curry purchasing the Plant now known As the Danville foundry and machine works. In 1903 he retired from business later at the death of or. Curry to became a member of the Danville foundry and machine com Piny which took Over tin Plant. To has been president of Imp any since its organization. Cinch on Copper Oil King in new Rol Eseo that your horse is properly blanketed if left standing in Tho Street these Days. Chicago Dee. 1. It is reported today that John d. Rockefeller is going into the Diu Gadu business Ami is reaching out to get i de control of a Chain of drugstores in the j leading cities. The by-product-8 of Tho Standard Oil company Entz r largely into Tho retail drug business and it is said that Rockefeller Hopes to gobble up the big retail stores Anil thereby reap the profits of tin Standard Oil j company a products. Mysterious agents who for the past week have called at leading drug stores of this City Ami Milwaukee to ascertain if the stores no for Sale Are said to be agents of the Rockefeller interests. Washington. Deo. 15. During 1908 tiie United states contributed More a than half of Tho world s total production of Copper the exports of Copper from this country being 61 s. -013,842 pounds tie largest amount recorded. I i of Tho subject Litho United states geological Survey. The Domestic a pm sumption of Copper during the Yea was 503,000.1x5� pounds. A notable feature of Tho Industry during Tho year was the decrease in production to improved methods and Lacreasy full Chenoy of labor. All going out Quot to avoid the Rush mail your Christ Mas packages Early. Washington dec. J5. Like tin Christmas shopper the Treasury department is feeling Tho approach of thu yuletide season. More Money is going out than is coming in and the a working balance is decreasing in proportion. Unlike Tho shopper however Tho Treasury is not concerned Over the situation for several times since the beginning of Tho fiscal year the working balance has started on a Toboggan until it was lower than now Ami each time it has Reeo Voied

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