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Dream of Conquest
I WOULD ANNEX BELGIUM
By GEORGE RENWICK
to Special Cable to Evening Public Ledger
ls Conright, J918, b,, Xcw York Time, n
W&., Amsterdam, July 1.
W Pniint rr T7AH - - t
m, "" "I'uii, mi important mem-
kj. ber of the Prussian upper house, has
SL et forth In an nrtlcio the nml
V- twelve nnltttl . 1 . - ..
r( -"...... -"iiii!miiumems oi me
tlan.nn. . .
"..-uciinan jrariy. They nro:
Elrst. Xo armlstlco by sea or land
until the British forces have left Franco
and Belgium and tho Germans arc In
Second. Annexation of Belgian ter
ritory, which, though having administra
tive autonomy, Is to be under military
and economic control of Germany ; and
Flanders to be Independent, and the
coast up to and Including Calais 13 to
be annexed by Germany.
Third. Annexation of the Brlev
Fourth. Franco tn surran.i.. r...
..fort. Toul. Verdun and all the territory
i to the east of thoso forts.
,',." "clurn "a" German colonies,
Including Klao-Chau. "mes,
Sixth. To bring about freedom of
the eeas, England is to surrender her
fleet and coaling stations, yet to be
decided upon, and Gibraltar is to bo
returned to Spain.
Seenth. The whole British navy Is
to be surrendered to Germany.
Eighth. England Is to return Egypt
With the Suez Canal, to Turkey, as well
as all occupied Turkish territory.
Ninth. Evacuation of Greece and the
restoration of King Constantino.
Tenth. Tho division of Serbia and
Montenegro between Austria and Bul
garia. .EAeeVtnh;nPayment of n" Indemnity
of $45,000,000,000 by America, England
and France, and a provision for nec
essary supplies of raw material.
Twelfth. Occupation of French and
Belgian territory to continue till the
agreement Is carried out, the costs of
occupation being defrayed by the enemy.
US. ENTRY INTO WAR
MARKS FOE "GUILTY"
Americans, Predicts Poster-
ity's Opinion on Who Is
By the Associated Press
London, July 1.
American troops In the London dls
, trtct were entertained at the Palace
theatre Sunday evening and addresses
were made by Vico Admiral Sim1?, com
fc,,mander of the American naal forces In
trie war zone, and T. J. MacXamara,
.Parliamentary Secretary to the Admlr-
ifcr Admiral Sims said he would like to
SV "!". on nenair or tiie Americans,
EJ their gratltudo to tho British neonlc for
3S. the spirit In which thev had welcomed
trrAhe American forces. Whprivpr tho
A Americans had gone the British people
' had offered them thn hand of welcome.
VThe admiral added:
W 'This war Is promoting a good un
V derstandiner between thn twn cnitntrlps
The British people hae not nlvvavs un.
Understood us perfectly, and tho same is
leSr vvnat wo Knew about the Brlt-
I.SS. lsh. but wo now believe tho Britisher Is
K"a pretty good fellow."
gg. Posterity, said Mr. McXamara, would
g declare that the determination "of th
P American people to draw the sword over
act fy n.iciii.iiibij' wifnu ine woru guiuy
g' 'against Germany. America 'camo Into
SfX the struggle with profound and simple
tef purposes. Her solOlcrs were the new
grt "The lights of liberty," he added,
fih "w"1 be burning more brightly when
j& her soldiers leae us than when they
K "The rulers of aermany believed the
fee submarine would finish this country be
?$ fore America could get going, and It
, was announced to the Reichstag seven-
lyteen months ago that the submarine
m would dc mo means oi a BWirt vic
gj'tory. History will lecord that, as the
, climax oi uermany s oarDarism ana aes-
nT kn.. ml.nnlnii ntlnna 'l'h -. .... .I .
k RiniD tiu.aik.uiuLiuiij Alio auuiiiurillO
has not glen Germany a swift Uctory.
It will not cle her lctory at all. Be-
SlXtween Great Britain and America has
I been created a coenant standing fori
pg Justice, freedom and immunity from all
WL the horrors of war and th drendfnl
consequences of lust of conquest and
TEXTILE STRIKE ORDER
UlMif rAltlLK UBMUU
of Lowell Cotton
Hands Out Blackstone
Weavers Quit ,
Lowell, Man,, July l."1"
Seventy-five per cent of the 16,000 cot-
jton mill oneratlves hero went to work as
TO tiaiifll inrinv rl.enllA.n ctellfA nnl.p int.rl
y ...., wuu, uL'.,ut ....., w.uw ,w..u
by the Lowell Textile Council.
union leaders sam, now ever, tnat ino
'. wa rannrtlni rtt- iliitv larcrolv nnm.
Kiprlsed unskilled employes, nd that the
-J4aiiiii nuuiu Ma uunuia iw ujjciaic u 1110
5 others remained out. '
l.t Thfl orders to strike, this mnrn np
I'Svwere Issued, by the council after the
R manufacturers had refused to grant a
t per cent wage Increase In addition to
t.a lu per ceni increase grumea June if.
H' There was no disorder around nnv of
,a the six big plants and" the unions an-
lV ymintt.A (lint CHro ivaiiM ha n nlvb-af-
fene. " .
It was said by "strike leaders that
JS fully 95 per cent of the skilled' opera
Ktlves remained at home.
Pan tucket, 11. I., J(uly 1,
Two thousand weavers and loom fix-
;ers employed In twenty-seven cotton
...mills in me tiiui'Ksione vaney laueq to
V report for work today because of the
i refusal of the owneru to grant demands
" lor a 15 per cent, wage Increase. Other
departments of the mills were not at-
- fected, it was said.
Manchester. ), 1 July 1.
'The Amoskeag and Stark Mills, en-
Bleed largely on Government contracts.
wereo losed today b-'a strike of cotton
tperailves for a 15 Der cent, wage in-
i0frae, Instead of a 12 H Per cent, in-
Me. granted. .Many 01 ine ii.uoo em
tea reported for work, but the num.
twaa'riot.-sjltlclent, the manufac
SEES HYPOCRISY OF KUEHLMAN
French Foreign Minister Says It
Is Evidently Pan-German
Special Cable to Evening Public Ledger
Copyright I918t by Sew York Times Co.
Pnrl, July 1. Stephen Plchon,
French Minister of Foreign Affairs, gao
me an lnterlcv this morning on Kuehl
mann's sp'cch before the Reichstag.
"Qf course," said Tlchon, "It's Im
possible to consider Kuohlmnnn's latest
utterance ns a serious explanation of
Germany's war nlms. There Is
hvpocrlsy In It, and evidence of. Pan
German doctrines Secondly, the speech
demonstrates, even after the military
successes of last month, that Germany
Is not at all sure of a military lctory.
Tho conclusion drawn from It by the
Allies, of course. Is to Intensify their
military effort to cut down the annexa
tionist and Pan-German hopes which
appear In Kuehlmann's speech Thirdly,
the speech In (ho Helc'.istng expresses
the opinion of a man who does not ex
pect to abandon his hopes, but begins
to understand the difficulty of realizing
PAN GERMAN SLATED
FOR KUEHMANN'S JOB
Foreign Minister Losing -Support
of Democratic Parties.
Consider Days Numbered
By GEORGE RENWICK
Special Cable to Evening Public Ledger
Copyright, 1018. by A'cto York Ttmci Co.
Amntdrdnm, July 1. rt
In Berlin political circles the latent
"Kuehlmann crisis" Is regarded as still
Toward the week-end tho sympathy
and support gl en him by the Democratlo
parties appear to hae shown a ten
dency to weakening. In addition, it Is
doubtful if the reactionaries are satis
fied, and their press generally adopts
the standpoint that tho Foreign Secre
tary's dajs are numbered. They hac
strong support from Ludendorft, who is
having an opportunity to Impress his
views on the Chancellor at headquarters
Tho crisis recalls that which arose
when Von,1 Kuehlmann appeared incllnea
to act against tho annexationist! at
Brest-Lltok and when General Hoff
man, as Ludendorlt's representnthe, had
to take strong action, and Ludendorft
himself threatened to resign If the Pan
German lews did not prevail. KiKnl
mann had then, It will bo remembered,
to eat his words, Just as he did the other
The, Pan-Germans, It would appear,
nro determined to "stand no more non
sense of this kind " So the odds are
In faor of a Pan-Germin Foreign Min
ister should Kuehlmann go.
In this connection It is Interesting to
noto the arrival In Berlin of retired
Admiral Hlnze, Minister at Chrlstlanla.
During tho naal crisis In October, when
the marine minister, Admiral on Ca
pello, nearly resigned, consequent of the
fleet mutiny revelations, Hlnze also was
called to Berlin and was regarded then
ns Von Capello'f) probable successor. He
Is a great friend of Von Tlrpitz and
Though It Is denied that his present
lsit has an thing to do with the crisis,
the lew Is perhaps not incorrect that
such a denial is circulated so that Hlnze
may be kept In the background till his
appointment Is arranged, thus preventing
an Immed'ate campaign against his departure.
BONWIT TELLER GbOQu
WILL HOLD (TOMORROW) TUESDAY
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale
High Class Undergarments
Hosiery and Bathing Suits
House Coats ,
Of Taffeta, Satin and Georgette. sj a jfZ
Formerly $18.50 Itt.O
Of heavy crepe de chine, lace trim- O QC
med flounce, in flesh and whits 020
Of crepe de chine, empire soft lace. Q OC
Formerly $6.05 J.OO
Of sheer batiste, lace trimmed. sj CC
Formerly $2.95 100
Of excellent quality satin. 1 QC
Formerly $3.95 , 1SD
Of wool Jersey, poplin and sateen.
Formerly 4.95, 6.95, 8.95 to 10.75
now 2.85 3.85 4.85 to 5.85
Satin, Taffeta and Velvet Bathing Suits.
to close out 6.95 8.75 10.75 to 37.50
Hosiery aid Glove
Glove Silk Vests, in pink
and white, two styles in
Glove Silk Camisoles,
plain and fancy, with
ribbon shoulder straps.
85c and 1.25
Monte Valhclla Espugnato
Dalle Truppc del Gen
IL NEMICO DECIMATO
Published nnd TilMrlbnteil UmW
PBIIMIT No 311
AnthorlrM hv the net of Octnlwr n.
11117. on file Ht the rontofflco of PhllH
lly order of the President
A a. nuiu.KsoN.
Romn, 1 lugllo.
Fn'nltra brillante lttorla o' stata
consegulta dalle truppe ltnllane, le quail,
sabato, con poderosl nttacchl sono rlu
sclto a catturaro la sommlta dl Monte
Valhella, lino del plcchl dominant!
l'Altlplnno dl Aslago, lungo 11 fronts
Le truppe fiflncesl cd Inglesl hanno
ettlcdcemcnte contrlliulto alia lttorla e,
mentrc gll Italianl efftttuavano l'attncco
sul centro e rngglungevano la clma del
monte, operavano poderosl nttacchl sulle
all. 11 rombattlmento clie si svolse per
la conqulsta dl Monte Valbella fu uno
del plu' lolentl
Durante la notte, ed anche lerl. gll
austrlacl efTettuarano disperatl contrat
tacchl per rlguadagnare II 'perduto ter
reno, ma furono sempro resplntl con
perdlte gravisslme Gll Italianl cattura
rono oltre ottocento prlglonlerl appar
tenentl a quattro division!, do' cho dl
mostra clie gll austrlacl, nell'Imjiortante
settore montuoso ove si svolse la lotta,
nanno non mono dl 48,000 tiomlnl. II
bottlno catturato dagli Italian! com- ,
prende cannonl, mortal da trlncea, ed i
una grando quantlta' dl mitraellatriel. I
Le truppe Italiane tompirono, anche
un'altra brillante a?lonr un poco plu' a
destra o prcclsamento sulle pendlc! dl
Sasso Bosso, nd est del Brenta. In
questa arlono locale gll italianl spaz
zarono via gll austrlacl dalle loro po
slzlonl o cattur'arono altrl prlglonlerl e
materlale da guerra
Nella Valle Lagarlna c nella Val
Sugana gll aviatorl ltAllnnl ed alleati
effettiiaiono una serlo dl Incurslonl,
durante le quail effettuarono del bom
bardamentl clie devastarono le ferrovle
e gll Implant! mllltari del nemlco.
Secondo II punto dl vista degll Alleati
10 splegamento dello forze del Generate
Diaz sulla fronte delle montngne e" molto
lncoragglanto e dlmostra die gll italianl
non fcolo sono prontl per qu.ilsla.sl colpo
che 11 nemicn colesse tentare. ma che
11 generate Diaz e' in una poslzlone tale
da poter operare In modo da mandare
a monte tuttl I plant del nemlco per
Con la minaccia del riave pratlcal
mente ellmlnata dalla recente vlttorla,
gll Italianl s-ono In condizione dl poter
dedlcare pin' uomlnl o plu' attenzlone
sulle llneo tra Monte Tomba e l'Adlge,
ovo le vallate dl cinque fluml s'lnoltrano
nolle planure del Frlull da Trento, la
grande bate nustilaca.
Ecco 11 testo del coniunlcato ufllclale,
pubbllcato lerl dal Mlnlstero della Guer
ra In Roma :
"Sull'altlpiano dl Aslago, ove II 14
glugno la nostra eiolca reslstenza
tchlacclo' l'impeto di preponderantl forze
nemlche cd ove nel quotldlanl atti dl
valoro le truppe Italiane sono divenute
unite In azione ed In gloria con gll allea
ti inglesl e francesl, 11 combattlmento
comlncio' di nuovo lerl.
'All alba le nostre truppc,
Bontel Silk Hose, with
lisle garter tops.in black,
white and shoe shades.
Pure Silk Hose, open
work boot style in black,
white and some shoe
3.25, 3.50, 3.75
da up Intenso fuoco dl artlgllerla cd ap-
I'vsBmio u risoiuie uscite etlettuato dal
nostrl alleati, attaccarono Monte Val
Bella e, dopo un aspro combattlmento,
riusclrono a strnpparlo al nemlco
Durante II glorno o H notte larchc
masso dl forze nemlche furono lanclato
per contrattaccaro e fare strage ma
furono resplnte dalla nostra fante'rla e
decimate dal fuoco concentrato dell'artl
g ierla e delle mltrag latrlci degll aero
Planl. La ponlzionc espugnnta fu da nol
"Ventuno ufllclall nemlcl e 788 soldatl
d divers! ranghl, appartenentl a quattro
dirferentl dlvlslonl, furono fatti prlglonl
erl. Cannonl, mortal H-, trlncea c nu
merosc mltrngllatricl furono catturate
"Plu' nd est. tra la Valla Frcnzela ed
II flume Brenta. uno del nostrl rlpartl
iree con un brillante nssalto un ben
fortlflcato punto dl osservazlono nemlco
sulle pcndlcl merldlonall dl Sasso P.osso,
catturando due umdall e 31 uomlnl
"Sul Hmnncnte del fronte la nostra
artlgllerla effettuo' elllcacl e distruttlvl
bombardamentl A Capo Slle le opera
zlonl delle pattuglle fruttnrono del
prlglonlerl. Nella Valle Lagarlna e
nella Valle Sugana I nostrl aviatorl
bombardarono gll Implantl ferrnvlaril
WELL-KNOWN MINISTER DYING
The Rev. Washington Gladden
Suffers Second Stroke or Paralysis
Columbus, O., July 1. rTho Rev
Dr. Washington Gladden, for many
years pastor of the First Congrega
tional Church In this city and one of
the best known churchmen In the
United States, suffered a. second stroke
of paralysis yesterday, nnd his phys.
clan announced last night that lie can
Doctor Gladden was first stricken
In February. His right side was par
alyzed, but he made slow Improvement
nnd upon several occasions appealed
feONWlT TELLER s,Col
CHESTNUT AT lAm STREET
WILL HOLD (TOMORROW) TUESDAY
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale
Women's Separate Skirts
For Sport and Street Wear
60 Crepe de
satin, silk poplin,
silk Jersey and
figured chiffon skirts.
Formerly up to 22.50
53 Baronette satin, Georgette
Crepe, Tussah and Tricolette
Formerly up to 32.50
500 Gabardine Linen and Dotted Swiss
Skirts, gathered and plain models, with large J
patch pockets some buttoned down front.
Special 3.90 and S.00
Semi Annual Sale of
Misses' Summer Dresses
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Developed in chintz, printed, dotted and figur
ed voiles; embroidered crepes linens, Anderson's
ginghams and organdies. All colors.
10.50, 15.00, 18.50 up to 25.00
Misses9 Summer Frocks
26 Taffeta Frocks
Formerly to 45.00
34 Serge and Jersey Frocks
One or two of a kind. "
Were up to 69.50
36 Crepe de Chine Frocks
White and colors.
Formerly to 75.00
20 Evening and Afternoon Dresses
One or two of a kind.
Were 75.00 to 95.00 k uU,UU'
BY AIRCRAFT PROBE
Senate Committee to Rccom'
mend Government Super
vision of Factories
By the Aaciatnl Press
Wnahlnicton, July 1
Tlie Senate Aircraft Investigating
Committee Is preparing to recommend
that the Government take over all air
craft factories nnd run them under di
rect odlclnl supervision.
Startling discoveries imde by the
committee on recent Investigating tours
of the leading factories nnd evidence
gathered elsewhere have brought several
committee members to the beller that In
no other wny can nlrcraft production
be put on a lnsls which will enable n
to catch up reasonably with tho rest of
' Tho committee has found that.
Profiteering has been practiced In
some concerns having contracts with
That other apparently I big corpor
ations" really have been operating on
a "shoe string "
"One would have expected the prof
iteers to cover up nnd the flnanclallv
shaky concerns to seek to put their af
fairs on at least an ordinarily safe busi
ness basis In view of the Investigation
agitation whlcn preceded out work," said
a committee member today But appar
ently they all wont right ahead Ignoring
possible consequences "
The committee's report Is expected to
bo made to the Military Affairs Commlt
teo soon nfter Congress returns from the
summer recess, about mid-August The
nature of the legislation asked will de
pend on the progress and results of the
Hughes Investigation, It Is believed
75 Silk Poplin Skirts, plain and
plaid Khaki Kool, washable
satins, stripe wash silks, patch
and plain silk pockets.
Formerly up to 19.50
u Q n
FIGHT IS BEGUN
Demand) Made Which Would
Put Government in Control
VV nnliliiKtoit, July 1.
N'ew demands which would lnt the
German people In direct control nf their
Kovernment hive been made hv Social
ists there In a radical pronrn-n recently
adopted, according tn Infniimtlon in of
ficial quarters here today
Hlriht of the Tte'chtne to decide upon
nppolntmcnt and dlhinlH'nl of the Chan
cellor nnd nilnl'tcrs nnd to dc Ide upon
war and peace nnd to make treaties it
demanded KstnhlKlunoiit of Internntloml
courts of arbitration. Intein.itlnnal dls
nrnnmmt nnd abolition of -secret dl
plonniv at e asked A detailed proRi.im
for lf-buildlnK the rcnuomlr and tlnmclal
ilruolilro of fJerinnnv to rIvc the work
Inc rlie' i cre.itei Milcn In theoe nut
ter" N included
The new platform s ihc flrit otrp in
a flKlit for ricmnci titration in (Icrmanv
to be wnfrcd bv the Hoclnl Democratic
psrtv llmid timui oi are included to
draw Mippoit fiom .ill opponents of the
rnn-ficrmnn Di minds .ire made foi
the abolition of tin" pre--, nt voting si
tern and for civltiR eveiy man and
woman the ccut ballot
(. ..Si.v s .v .-v zr - f. i i..s -.-m
-'IbSwit teller. elcQll
WILL HOLD (TOMORROW) TUESDAY
Semi Annual Clearance Sale of
Women's and Misses'
Spring and Summer Apparel
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Women's Summer Dresses
Gingham, Voile and Linen Dresses . . . . .6.75
Dimity and Voile Dresses 10.75
Tailored Linen Dresses '...... 12.50, 17.50
French Organdie and Cotton Voile Dresses . , . . 15.00, 18.50
Crepe de chine and Satin, 2-piece Sport Dresses , . . . 19.50
Lace Trimmed Organdie Dresses .". ...... .25.00
Navy Blue and Black Georgette Dresses . .'. 29.50
Foulard Silk and Georgette Dresses , 38.00
Flowered and Dotted Chiffon Dresses. .Formerly 65.00 to 75.00. 49.50
550 Organdie, Voile and Batiste
Blouses in a variety of em
broidered and tucked models.
150 Georgette Crepe Blouses in flesh and
daintily embroidered and lace-trimmed.
(8) White Washable Gabardine Suits,
(12) "Bontell" Sleeveless Jacket Suits.
(62) Swagger "Bontell" Sport Suits.
Were 29.50 and 35.00
(27) Suits in Tricotine, Poiret Twill and Genuine
Covert. The highest degree of custom tail
oring, in shades of Beige, Tan knd Rookie.
Were 69.50 to 110.00
(31) Silk Jersey, Tricolette and Crepe de Chine
Suits, some sleeveless styles. All shades and
sizes- ' Were up to 59.00
(64) Tricotine, Poiret Twill and Serge Suits, in
Navy, Black and White.
Were 55.00 to 110.00
(10) Handsome Silk Suits in Navy, Black and
TauPe- Were up to 135.00
Odd Lot of
An exceptional opportunity to secure two
or three hats for the price of one. We have
taken 1 50 hats that formerly sold for 1 0.00
to 20.00. . To Close Out
DISCIPLINE OF GERMAN
ARMY BECOMING LAX
Generals Trying to Force
Officers to Control Men
llj EDWIN L. JAMES
Special Cable to Evening Public Ledger
Covyrloht. lOtf, by .Vrw York Time Co.
W lib the Aiuerlinn Arm) on the Mnrnc,
The discipline of the Germiny army
is not what It used to be This has be
come apparent to the Kaiser's generals,
especially since the resumption of open
warfare It appears that there are two
auvlllaty causes, the loner trench war
fare and the shortage of officers. The
miln cause would nppe.tr to be tniti
nnnj (ierman soldiers are tired of war
The Allied commanders hove evidence
tint (irnei.il (deleted), commanding the
ficninn arniv opposite the Americans
nnrthWLSt of Chatenu-Thlcrrj, recently
Issued an order which charged that
there wore giave lapses both In the per
sonnel nnd In mstters of discipline The
sencrnl demanded to know whether the
lcchnenttl commanders were cap.tbla of
enforcing their will on their sub
ordinates nnd of maintaining strict dls-
CHESTNUT AT. 13 STREET
Women's Summer Blouses
415 Imported Voile, Batiste and
Organdie Blouses, embroider
ed, lace-trimmed and frill effects.
High-Class Novelty Sport Suits
to a Fraction of Original Prices
Extraordinary Sale of Millinery
cipllno within thelr-ttnWV
observed that the important
tatnlnrr Iron discipline wa"
linrierafnnrl nnvwherA In tlHtj
.-. .. , ... ., , ,
One captured order said: "
lief In our famous training hat;
superfluous nnd false. It wlH'W"!
ducted not ns an aim In ItselVit
the means to an end. I shall
A man must, through training, bwi
accustomed to subordinate Ills wM3
that of his superior." f 5ft
It must bo understood that thettnift'!'-
of discipline Is not found nmongJtW'-$
l'russlans nor the best of the Ka'tfiSs
soldiers, hut on the western front" lrWr
than a third of the men were bront-V
from the Itusslan front.
These arvjf.., .- 1
no means used to the usual
war standard, nnd Include Folcs.''AJ-S
satlans and others whose zeal forih
Pan-acrmanlsts' war Is not strong:. Jlt'ffi.
a .not. n.-.i ittu iiuiii jjijsuiicca Mt tni 'Vv
class includes the German soldiers WiH'iiJtS
sociniisiio tenaenoies, nnu tnose amonf
whom had seeped something otjtkt$m, -jj
Bolshevist propaganda while they T'iSK'l
tin flirt .n.lern frnrtt 1 .?4T ,M
- "- f.
Locomotive Strikes Auto n ''jv4
loric, rn., .iuiy i An automobile y?P
c:uiiin iiiuif, in iiu .ii .itiuDD juarxei x- t
1 .1.-1- ....- .1 ... ti ..i..Sl.h
mm men imi iiUKlllcri, nPnrieiia.vYs.
fourteen ears old. and Catherine,! ftf-C'
teen, was struck by a PcnnsylvaalaSjIV
llailroad locomotive at Heldelbcre J'5S&
tcrday and hurled over an embankment oSS
,- ... --.- -i . . ... lrrU
itcnrietia, who was mrown aBainst.jauywv
surtering concussion of the 'bnllL, rJ&J
ine otneis were cut V's
8.75 to 15.00
7 W lml :
white i 8.75
Values up to 12.50
3.50 and 5.00
' pftirs ? ;
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