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Tfcnty-tHree Supreme C'oun
jiils Have DelegatesHere"
fp r to Urge Peace:
Secret sessions of tho. second interna
tjonal conference of 'deleBatesfrom
ttrefaty-three supreme JoumHI of the,
A'nclent and AcceMed Scottish Rite of
Freemasonry eomlniled , today at .the
Scottish; nlte fcathe'dral. Third and 13
streets 'northwest, the adJoummenCof
the conference being followed by com
mittee) work.) " ; i
..Milch work la ahead, of the 150 Scot
tish' Rite Masons of ' tho r thirty-third
degree, as 'the purpose of -he -present
conference ls( to make unlfodn the ex
ecutive work o( the.'severaljtounclls of
the world. Ritualistic work "Is uniform
wherever Masonry s knowfC but ths
xe'duttve work of the supreme councils
varies. , ,
It Is flttlK that a conference for
thls purpose sho'uld be held lii Ainer
lea, because, the supreme council' of
the Hoythern' Jursdlctlon of the' United
Btates Is the parent of each -of the
other twenty-eight councils of. the
world. Despite (he antiquity of Mason
r, It Is from the United States that
the modern rejuveriatlon and extension
of Scottish Rite Masonry has sprung.
Above the halls -In which the confer
ence Is being held floats the whlteHwn
ner bearing the black .double tagta of
ffrederlck tho Oteat. The present cor.
feronco Is belnt; held durjng the ttOth
anniversary if tho signing of -the ;Jrst
constitutions of the older by the grjeat
Prussian war lord. . In compliment) to
him the organization adopted tho blhck
double eagle of Prussia us Us lnslffina.
Support Plea-for Peace. ;
Through Its powerful organization tin
all .parts of ,the world the Scottish Kte
Mjsons are supporting tho plea which
comes from many sources for world
'peace. The Masons take no official
part In public affairs beyond their own
assemblies but their advocacy of peafcu
Is none the less strong. This Is one of
the subjects before the conferencs.
Many Masons have taken part In Inter
national peace confermces, but have
dpne so us Individuals mid not as rep
resentatives of the eciH body.
Scottish Rite Masonry hus u defined
history of something less than IM) 'ear,
although accounts of organizations
Identical In purpose and counted Masons
vriir in nil hlatorv. und the trudttlrtn
of Masonry fades awuy only In tho
mists of antiquity.. The tlrst organi
zations similar to Scottish Rite orders
Were foormed after I'M. In HtX Cheva
Her Rampav went from Scotland to
.vrtr on.1 In Parts established an
order having twentr-llvo degrees. This
was known as the r'rlto of fierfectlon.'
The first constitutions were established
In HO, and were signed, by Frederick
the OruJu '-...
Official recognition went far In giving
the ftrder Influence and stability and the,
continued use of the black double eagle
eg the insignia of the order Is a mem
orial of the notable part played by the
Prussian. In 1768 nw constitutions es
tablishing a "SdOltlsh HUf of twenty
flv degrees were established..
First Lodge in America.
The year before tho llrs't constitutions
were signed Etlenne Morln, acting as a
deputy for the councils of the Emperors
of the East and West, established a
supreme council lnt Santo Domingo.
This was the first Introduction of the
lodge Instituted by Chevalier Ramsay
In the Western Hemisphere. In 1798 a
supreme council was established by
Morln In Charleston. H. C, the first In
the United States.
Twenty-nve degrees, equal to the old
"titt of perfection," marked tho high
est honors of this order. Three years
later the supreme council at pharleston
established eight additional degrees and
ln ltOl the first supreme council in the
world of thirty three degrees was es
tablished In that city.
Through the Institution ofjhesc addi
tional degrees the see of Charleston
took on additional dignity. In 1S04 a
thirty-three-degrec council was estab
lished In Parlst, where tho old rite had
practically died out.s In 1313. the coun
cil of Charleston established the North
ern Jurisdiction of the United Btates.
H comprises thoso States north of the
Mason and Dixon line and as far West
an the Mississippi riven and la more
nnnillrtiiu thnn ftlA Daren! COUnCil. SO
r as the United States Is cone. erned. ,
,The Southern Jurisdiction, however. In
which Washington Is Included and
which vas honored yesterday by. the
selection of James Richardson a presi
dent of the International conference,
comprises tho Island possessions of the
United States, Japan, and China.
Tho most recently established council
Is that of Bervla. Instituted Within the
last year. The "baby" council Ib repre
sented at tho conference by F. Douchan
General Session Today.
" The program tomorrow comprises a
general sitting of the. conference and
committee work. On Thursday a pil
grimage wilt be made to Mt. yernon.
The boat will leave the Seventh street
wharf at 10 o'clock. Thursday after
noon a tour through tho nark's und pub
lic buildings will be made, the Masons
leaving the New Wlllard at 3 o'clock.
A general session of tho conference will
occupy Friday. Thirty-second degrees
will be conferred on candidates that
night by the Albert Pike Consistory.
The conference will conclude Its work
Tho general committee on arrange
ments comprises James D. Richardson,
grahd commander; Oeorge F. Moore,
tfrand nrlor: Charles E. Rosenbaum,
grand minister of stale: Henry C. At-
Vrnnn. crand sword bearer! and A. C
Stewart. The only Masons admitted to
the Sessions of the conference are the
nlghest in the order, those holding the
thTrly-thlrd degree. .
The Scottish Rite Halt, at Third and
13 streets, wus crowded today "with men
of manv tonsues. Most orthem. wheth
er French. Spanish or Slav, speak more
or lesa English. The discussions are
carried on In their native tongue, al
though tho printed records of tho con
ference will upoar In English.
James D. Richardson, of Washington,
sovereign grand cotninandcr of the
Bouthernn Jurisdiction of the supremo
council of thc-l'nlted States, was elected
president of the conference at the tlrst
session yesterday. TheMher offlcers of
the conference Lomprlses seven vice
piceldcnts, a vecretary, and a second
secretary. The organliatlon uas Influ
enced by the unuaual fact thatfor the
first tlmo in history, eight sovereign
grand communders are gathered at a
Vice Presidents Elected.
The vice, presidents are the following
sovereign1 grand commanders: Sir John
Morris Gibson, of Toronto; Muuue) S.
Castehuio. of Cuba; J. M. Raymond,
ot France; Barton Smith. Toledo, Ohio,
Northern Jurisdiction of the United
States; Sa verio Feru, Itftly; Jono Cas
tellbt, Mexico; Dr, Paul" Etler, Swit
zerland. The first secretary, James
Hodges Codding, New York, secretary
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general of the Northern jurisdiction of
'He United Btates, and the second sece
tary. Dr. Paul Mstlefter, secretary gen
eral of tho supreme council of Swltxer
land. The conference, which will 'last a
week. Is the second of Its kind And It
will be many years before another sim
itar meeting Is held.. Tlieru are twerity-
nine supreme councils in tne worja;
twenty.three of them are actively rep
resented In Washington. The foreign
Hatasritaa AnttinelaA In all nknilt HL1 mn
knono of them of less than thirty-second
I Armm ranlr HaIi-is? a ti m 1 1 1 d In thvritrM
degree rank being admitted to theworld
comerence. , .
All of the proceedings of the confer
ence are being conducted In English,
despite the wide diversity of races! and
' Members ,of Council ,
Tho following active members of' the
council are attending the conference;
Newton Darling Arnold, Thomas
Evans Baldjng, Oeorgo Washington
Currier, James Isaac Duchanan, Marsh
Olln Perkins. James Hodge Cod,
Archibald Shlrrefs. William Homan,
Henry Brewer Qulnby, DanM Warren
J-awrcnco, Ueorae Henry Dazenberg,
Sylvester Omar Spring, William (leake.
William Casteln Mason, M. D.; Millard
Filmore Hicks. George William Millar,
Charles Learned Hubbard, Charles
Theodore Gallagher, Robert Cyrus
Titus. Arthur MacArthur, Stephen
Smith. William Pelffer Welser. Albro
Elmore Chase. Ocorgu Washington Ken
drlck. Jr.. Frank Sheldon Harmon,
Jlorace Arthur Irvln. John Jay Carton,
ames Burton McFatrlch. William Wat
son Perry, Frederic Beckwlth Btevens,
Lerar Albert Ubddard. Thomas Kite.
Charles Melville Gerdenler. Charles
Carney Mumford. Thomas Riley Mar
shall, RosCoe Orlando Hawkins. John
Prouty McCune. Delmar Duane Darren,
Frederick William Hamilton, 'Harry
Jones Guthrie. Auther Q. Pollard,
James B. Krause. ,
At Cabin 'John Bridge
A progressive meeting was' held at
Cabin John's Bridge. Montgomery coun
ty, lust night, at- which the principal
speakers were S. B. Thompson, of New
Jersey, and Lyman Rouhlac, of Prince
George counUr. -
The attendance was large and enthu
siastic. Plans have been laid for an
other meeting on October 2, and a'num
ber of prominent Progressives will be
Invited. Harry Timbers Is president of
Cured at Home
Pyramid Pile Itemed r Has Made the
World Glad. ,
Many a bud case of piles has been
cured by Just a trial package of Pyra
mid Pile Remedy. It always proves Its
valuo and you can get the regular size
nvcent oox irom any aruggiat, out do
sure vou (ret the kind you ask for. i
Slmoly send your name, and adresu to
Pyramid Drug Co., 416 Pyramid Bldg.,
Murshall, Midi., and you will receive a
sample package of the Bwat Pyramid
Pile Remedy In plain wrapper, by re
turn mall, all charges prepaid. -
Save yourself from tho surgeon's
knife and Its torture, the doctor and his
bills. Pyramid Pile Remedy will do It,
ahd thousands of testimonials tell you
emphatically It Is the world s remedy
Diamonds are an. Investment, and
the beat Jewelry you can wear,
Why not buy a diamond now while
you can get them here at such
great bargains. Every stone guar
anteed as represented,
SAKS OPTICAL CO.
Manufactures; Jewelers and
Main 3000. 708 7th St. N. W.
CAPTAIN SCHLEY ' ,
TAKES OVER DUTIES
OF MAJ. MARKHAM
New Assistant Engineer
Commissioner of District
Enters Upon His Task. .
Capt. Julian L. Bchtey, the successor
of Majer E. M. Markham, arrived -In
Washington today and entered upon'Jils
duties as "Assistant Engineer Commis
sioner ot the District
After paying his respects to the Com
missioners and meeting tho heads of the
various divisions. under hie 'supervision!
Captain Bchley wen to' Ms office and
busied himself with the mall which
awaited his arrival. He will, have un
der his charge the following depart
ments; Ofllco of the inspector of build-
Jlngs; sewer department; iwater depart
fment; office of the munlclpar architect;
office of the Inspector of gas and mo-
i tersj the engineer department stables;
office of the permit clerk; the auto
mobile board; the board of examiners
ot steam engineers, and- the board tfor
the .condemnation ot Insanitary build
ings. captain Bchley Is a native of Sa
vannah. Ga., ahd Is a cousin of Admiral
Wlnfleld Scott Schley. Having served
with the engineer battalion at the
Washington Barracks, he Is not a
stranger In Washington. He was gradu-
atea rrom tne united mates Military
Academy In 1K)3 and sent immediately
to the Philippines.
After a year's service In tthe Islands
he returned to the United States, and,
following a short stay at Fort Leaven
worth, was assigned to the battalion of
engineers at the Washington Barracks.
He served with the battalion during Its
service In Cuba and with the army of
occupation In IMK, and also after Its
return to the-Washlngton Barracks In
1W7 until August. 1908. Since that date
he has been stationed at West Point as
Instructor of civil and military engineer-
Captain Bchley was given a four
months' leave ot absence In June which
was spent In a tour of England and the
continent. Including Holland, Germany,
France, Bwltxerland, Italy, and Sweden.
He arrived In New Tork Sunday.
Major Markham, his predecessor, has
been transferred to Memphis, Tenn.. In
charge of the Improvements of the
Mississippi river from Cape Glradeau to
of the White river.
Eastern Star Gathering.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.. Oct. J. The
annual State convention of the Order ot
the Eastern Star assembled for a three
days' session here today with an at
tendance of more than 2.000 delegates
from all parts or Michigan.
DRIVE OUT DEADLY
A FILTHY AND
Ely's Cream Balm Clears
the Head and Throat,
Cures and Prevents
If you are subject to frequent colds,
or If you have any ot the distressing
symptoms of catarrh, such as. stuffed
up feeling In the head, profuse dis
charge front -tho nose, sores In the noso,
phlegm In tho throat causing hawking
and spitting, dull pain In the head or
ringing In the ears. Just anoint tho
nostrils or rubthe throat orchest with
a little Ely's Cream Balm, and see how
quickly you will get relief.
In a few minutes you will feel yourl
noua clearing, aim auer using' tne liaim
for a day or so the nasty discharge
k Ptopli's Gbvtrnmtnt by the Pioplt
District of Columbia, Office of the Dem
ocratic National Committee of the
' United Btates. No. G09 Rlggs Build
ing, Washington, D, C.
The Finance Committee for1 the District of Columbia, appointed
by the Democratic National Committee, Invites Subscriptions to the
Wilson and Marshall campaign fund from all persons, without regard
to former political affiliations, who deslro the election of the Dem
ocratic candidates for the offices of President and Vice President
of the United States.
Subscriptions may be sent to William V. Cox, treasurer, at this
office, No. 609 Rlggs Building, either directly or through any club or
association, or. If preferred, they may be sent directly to Holla Wells,
treasurer of the Democratic National Committee, Fifth Avenue Build
ing, New York City.
All anhacrlntlnns sent bv or
.credited to It, and to every Individual subscribing, whether directly
or tnrougn an organization, anu no matter wnai tne amount ot nis
subscription, 'will be sent, personally, a handsomely engraved receipt
signed by the treasurer and other officers of the National Committee.
The present stage of the campaign Is such that all subscriptions
nnxrlhln am nrrrirri und earnestly roauestcd. and that HE WILL
GIVE TWICE WHO GIVES QUICKLY,
K. SOUTHARD PAWCIsn, Ckslrman. (
WII.MAM V. COX, Treasurer.
CIIAni,U!i A. DOUGLAS, Secretary.
JOHN P. COSTKI.LO, National Committeeman.
Finance Committee for the District of Columbia,
By order of the Democratic National Committee:
WILLIAM G, McADOO, Acting Chairman.
HENRY lORGENTHAU, Chairman Finance Committee.
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Times Want Ads'
CALLED TO IDENTIFY
Indianapolis Dynamite Trial
Still in Speechmaking
INDIA NAPOHB, Oct. 8,-More than
llfty hotel clerks and attaches ore In
Imflanapolts today, ready to testify In
tho dynamite conspiracy trial.
They are expected to be the first
witnesses called after the opening
statements are concluded, and their
evidence la expected to corroborate the
confession of Ortle E. McManlgal In so
far as to verify the cities and dates In
his narrative, the fifty day's Install
ment fS which District Attorney Miller
reclledTto the Jury.
Through these hotel men the Govern
ment hopes to trace McManlgal, James
II. and John J. McNamara, Edward
Clark, Herbert S. Hocktn, Frank C.
Webb, Frank M. Ryan, and the other
principals in tne aliened dynamite plot.
tnroiign tne nve years ot us wot King.
Ml ot tneso men were in utmost
every large city at different times
being seen around about the time Of
structural explosions. They used
aliases a nart of the time. It Is allur
ed, and the hotel men were, expected
to laentiry tnem.
There Is no chance that testimony
will be heard today. The district at
torney was not nearly through hi
statement when he entered on, the
twenty-second hour of speech and ho
Is not certain that he will finish dur
ing the day. Newt Hardlna: and Sen
ator Kern are expected to open fur
the defense and more than a court
day may be consumed bv them.
Launch Aerial Railway
For Travel in the Alps
Bwltxerland has Just Inaugurated an
aerial railway for the transportation
ot passengers over precipitous places
In the mountains, according to a report
to the State Department by Consul Gen
eral Mansfield, at Zurich. Several of
these roads are now In operation, and
the demands of tourists, who want com
fort in the ascent and descent of moun
tans and who enjoy the novelty and
sfnsatlona experienced In scallnc- the
heights In cars carried through the air
on cables, are encouraging the construc
tion Of aerial routes over some of the
most difficult places in the Alps. Here
tofore aerial railways have been used
only for military and Industrial pur
poses. Many Swiss people who love their
mountains and enjoy the beauty and
grandeur of the Alpine scenery regard
these Innovations with disfavor, claim
ing that they detract from tho charm
which the Creator rave to the great
heights and the glaciers.
CATARRH, IT IS
will be checked, the pain, soreness, and
fever gone, and you will no longer be
offensive to yourself and your friends
by constantly hawking, spitting, and
Shake off the grip of catarrh before
It Impairs your sense of taste, smoll,
and hearing and poisons your whole
rystem. In a short time yo'u can be
completely cured ot this distressing dis
ease by using Ely's Cream Balm. This
healing, antiseptic Balm does not foot
you by short, deceptive relief, but com
pletely overcomes the disease. It clears
the nose, head, and throat of all tho
rank poison, soothes, heals, and
strengthens the raw sore membranes,
making you proof against coltls and
One application vlll convince you.
and a to cent bottle will generally! euro
case of catarrh. It la guar
anteed. Get It from your druggist to
through any organization will be
Use for Resulti
. IN SCHOOLS HERE
President's Filipino Valet,
However, Is Among Those
Who Are Missing.
Slavs, Slovaks, and Slovenes, a Lithu
anian or two, a couple of Letts, one
Chinese youth, numerous Russians,
Greeks, Italians, Syrians, a few north
Europeans, and some Filipinos are now
enrolled In the public schools of the
District having made their scholastic
dnbut In Washington at the night
schools last night President Taft's
Filipino valet, a diligent student at the
night school In the Franklin building last
year, did not appear last evening, but Is
expected to be on hand after President
Taft has returned to Washington.
Opening attendance at the Franklin,
McKInley Manuel Training, Business
High, Jefferson, Wallach, and Gales
schools Is between 1,100 and 1.S00, which
Is COO mora than enrolled at the night
schools the first night last year. But
according to Supervising Principal B.
W. Murch, who directs the night schools
the gain on last year probably Is not
so great as It seems because some were
present last, evening out of curiosity and
will not appear again. Last year's fig
ure Is net.
At the colored night schools held In
the Armstrong, Phelps, Garnet, Randall,
Stevens, Phillips, Blrney, and Garfield
schools, 1.199 enrolled, last evening.
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last' a lifetime. Only one of a kind
duplicates cannot be. had at
than regular quotations.
$17 flft Wortn 28, R27 Worth ,35,
$19.50 Worth$" $9ftWorthm-
$?(1,pnWrt""' $(. Worth IIP.
S?4Tnn """" $40WortM"-
Table Linen for the Dining Room
At Special Sale Prices for All Day Tomorrow
ti n vorrf nurmin Hemstitched C ." 50c ysrd Mercerlxed FUtln Tahle
Tab" Cloths. !VdTniong. 1SOQ 3?f Damasjj. 62 Inches. For to- QQp
For tomorrow 3)1.0 X morrow OVl,
$1.00 yard extra tine Bleached Satin 'P9aSf "? do"n,a"m" 8"Ver Bi"CJ
Table Damask, 72 Inches. For OQr 3fl& "'l" . ""' $2.00
tomorrow OHl UAitfestHfflC' m ' tomorrow wm.vv
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, . OUl NSy tomorrow
Famous Dining Room China
Rogers 6 for 39c
Six Teaspoons , 39o Six Dessert Koiks
Six Tuulespoor.s 91a fllxx)raiiRe Spoonx...
UK Dinner Forks ,.., 9to Six Ilutter Spreaders
Six DcHKPrt V.-irkH. (9c Six Oyster Forks
Trainmen's Wages Kept
Pace With Living Cost
'Wages of railway employes through
out the United State's have kept fair
pace with the high cost of living in the
last five years, according to atatlallca
on file with the Interstate Commerce
Commission. Railway employes are the
only 'wage earners who have, as a
class received wage Increases to meet
advancing living expenses.
The statistics show 'that practically
every railway employe In the United
States has had hla compensation In
creased within the past five years. The
settlement of the differences between
the operators and employes ot the
Southeastern, railways, with a 10 ner
cent increase for their mn. completed
the chain of wage increases that takes
In all railroaders as a class. Most of
the Increases have come within the past
three years. u
COMMON GARDEN SAGE RESTORES '
A Simple' Remedy for Dan
druff, Falling Hair, Itch
ing Scalp, Faded and
The old Idea ot using Bage for dark--
enlng the hair Is again coming In vogue.
Our grandfathers had dark, glossy hair
at seventy-five, while our mothers ara
gray before they are fifty. Our grand
mothers kept their hair soft andgloiiy
with a "Sage Tea." which also restored
the natural color.
One objection to using such a prepara
tion was tho trouble ot making It.
This objection has been overcomo by
6 o'CIock G STREET '
Dining Room Needs
Tables $Q.25 Chairs $1.59
Werth $15 Worth $2.50 1
Solid Oak Tables, extending to 6 feet. Note the hand-carved
claw feet.and other attributes of expensive tables. The Chairs
have bor frames and are superior in every detail. A limited
number to distribute at these special prices. On Fourth Floor
with the following:
$3,00 Worth ,4
$4,00 "'rtn '5'00'
SI iQ Worth 12.50.
$L80 Vorth UM
$2'7's Worth '400'
$35Q Worth li.60.
flC rrr Worth 17.00.
$6.50 Worth ,9-00-
$6,97 $9.97 $39.50
The American China Dinner and Tea Sets, with their floral and
gold decorations, more often-scll at $10 than $8.50. Here always at
$8.50 to be $6.97 for tomorrow only.
The Carlsbad China Sets 100 pieces to be $9.07 tomorrow, in
stead' of $12.00, are also well known. Thesets at $39.50, instead of
$42.00, are from Limoges, France. The very exclusive establishments
are asking $50.00 in Washington for this identical set.
SIx.Dessert Koiks 9lo
Six 'Orange Spoonx...., Mo
Six Hutter Spreaders !o
Six Oyster Forks '"
Cutter Saves Teachers
Ffom Volcanic Ashes
Some of the teacher employed by
the United States Bureau of Educa
tion ln.Alasku owe their lives to tho
aid of another branch of the Govern
ment, according to reports to' Commis
sioner of Education P. P. Claxton.
When the Matmai volcano recently
erupted, the country for miles around
was burled In volcanic ash. Teachers
and natives fleeing for their lives were
rescued by the' United Slates revenue
Reception for Mrs. Ball.
Mrs. Isabel Worrell Ball, who re
cently was elected national senior vice
president of the Woman's Relief Corps.
win do given a recepuun lonigni at s
o'clock by Mrs. Margaret A.
president of the Department of the Po
tomac. woman iteuet corps,
Euclid street northwest.
TO .NATURAL COLOR
the Wyeth Chemical Company of New
York, who has placed en the market a
superior preparation of Sage, combined
with Sulphur and other valuable reme
dy's for dandruff,' Itching scalp, and
thin. weak, falling hair.
The beauty of the hair depends mom
on Its rich, even shading than anything
else. Don't have dry. harsh faded hair,
when a simple, harmless remedy wit;
bring back the color In a few days; and
don't be tormented with dandruff. Itch
ing scalp, and loose, falling hairs.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
will quickly correct these troubles, and
give color, strength and beauty to your
Get a fifty-cent bottle from your drug
gist today, and prove this to your on
satisfaction. All druggists sell It under
guarantees that the money will be re
funded It the remedy 'Is not exactly as
Agent James O'Donnell.
are comforting and graceful,
lending Intellectuality. Eye strain
ing without glasses assures dis
comfort, grimaces and an appear
ance of lacking Intellectuality.
Consult Dr. Ralph Martin Samuel
no charge. Office in First Floor
Balcony. Hours: :30 to 5:30 daily,
$15.75 WortM"- $55 Worth,'
$21,00 Worth"- $58 Worth '" J
$28.00 WortMi5- $62 Worth "'
$31.50 WortM39- $63 Worth ,8
$37.00 wrtM45- $80 Wort" m
$38.00 WortM"- $84 Worth ""
0OQ AA Worth $55. tfQO Worth 12S.
$42!oO WortM6- $97 Worth luo-
100 Piece Sets
Creum Ladles, each 33o
Oravy Ladles, each tin
Soup I.udlon, each 1101
Cold .Meat Forks, each 30c
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