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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
SLCRETARY OF NAVY
Larger Appropriation for
Training of Aviators Will
Be Asked in Report.
An Increaneil npproprtntlon for avia
tion In the navy, together with leglsla
Hon permitting the assignment of a
larger number of officer to schools of
Instruction, will ho recommended to
Congress by Secretary of the .Navy
Meyer In the report to be submitted
the first week In December.
Particular stress will bo laid on tho fact
that tho mere purchase of machines will
not equip this arm of the service. Men
must bo trained. This Is tho crucial
point In tho development of tho aviation
It Is expected that the Secretary of
the Navy will make his recommenda
tions regarding aviation ono of tho fea
tures of tho report, and that he will
recommend a marked change In the
facilities with which the corps has to
The prlmo necessity of training men
as aviators Is being dlsplaed In tho
Balkan war. Little has been reported
of tho operations of aeroplanes, but the
Navv Department has lecently found
that German manufacturers of baro
graphs, speed Indicators, and other del
icate Instruments hao been practically
stripped of thtlr stock by demands
from southeastern Europe.
This fact Is taken to Indicate that at
tho last moment tho warring countries
hae nttemped to build up aeroplane
squadrons Tho chief obstacle has been
the training of men and It Is probable
that the war will be oer before tho
training has progressed very far.
TO PROBE GUAYAQUIL
Board Will Try to Determine How
to Make Ecuadorean Port
Tho pansma Canal Commission will
InwMlgatc health conditions In the port
of Ouavaqull, Kcuador. under dlrcLtion
of Secretary of War Sllmson. who bus
leen advised hy the Comptroller of tho
Treasury that the commission hns au
thority to make the Im estimation. This
matter Is of ltal Importance to Pan
ama Canal traffic
Ships passing through the canal can
conveniently call at Uuaaqull. It Is
considered ono of tho worst pest holes
In th world, and If It Is not cleaned
up before the Panama Canal Is placed
In operation ma provo to be n plague
spot to Infect eveiy port where vnsels
Yelowl feer, malaria, smallpox, and
bubonic plague may be found In a
larger or smaller number of Instances
at practically all seusons In tho Eeua
This port has been a special object
of Interest to the Public Health Service.
nnl many of the surgeons under Sur
geon General Blue have been anxious
to "get action" on Guayaquil, regarding
It as the most dangerous port on the
"TRI-WEAR" tQ CO JPr $4
King of Men's Shoes at tjitUV UC P A
And the verdict of thousands of these Washington men in every business, profession, and trade
for the past twenty years AND MORE SO TODAY THAN EVER BEFORE is that they
' "GIVE THRICE THE AVERAGE WEAR AND SATISFACTION"
40 Fall Styles at $3.50 20 Cuitom Styles at $4.00 For Boys, $2 and $2.50
"Trl - Aer"
Black Steel Calf
and Tan Calf
" P. n g 1 i s h "
blucher with In
visible e volets
to top or half
English toe and
"Trl - Wear"
with full, Kng
llsh, i e c c d o
toe, blind eve-
ets and honks.
square to low
Stylo 764 $T Style 756 jf Styl 748 Jf
"rrl " Wc"r" W "Tti " w,"r" tttr "Trl " Wear" M
Calf" 'blucher WW double sole g V v t c l k I d. M
with moder- mf A, J blucher with Hf straight medl- If jr
ntelv wide, J$" j full wide to JH?7 um ,oe slnBI" &b jT J
high too and &K-' & M nni1 lealntT lln" 1&' 1 soled laced shoo. jBtt jf Jtt
high heel AN B&ijO rJr '" AI" a,,own jfttp,' JitiS4r A'" ,nown ,n F Jr WS
so shown In m ff I In vlcl kid nnd SrTSLr M 0l" Metal Calf ff JT f"T
T.in It u h s la gS,' II In heavy Alaska AJJ' Jm blucher or AS f
In button ( SSr erprooted f $0r single or f ?Vr
BOY AND THE HOME
. IN LOCAL Y. . C. A.
Moral Teaching of Sex Hy
giene Explained by Au
thority on Subject.
The conference regarding the bov and
the home, which Is being cpnducted by
Dr. Wlnfield Scott Hall under tha aus
pices of the bov's department of tho
V. M. C. A. this week, was begun last
night with a discussion- of the business
end of tho work by the promoters. In
the Y. M C. A building. In this meet.
Ing"thc prospects for a successful week
were declared excellent.
It Is the Intention of tho promoters of
the conference to Instruct the parents
of boys and girls In Washington as to
tho best methods of teaching self and
sex to their children. Dr. Hall who
will have charge of the work, has writ,
ten many books on the sublect and la
regarded as tho chief authority In the
matter In the country. He handles the
subject In a clean, wholesome, unob
jectionable manner and has met with
the most unqualified success wherever
ho has lectured.
In addition to the regular lectures
during the week 111 the Y. M. C. A.
building, Dr. Hall has been requested
to lecture before n great man home
.mil school associations In the city and
will accept these Invitations, so far
as Is possible.
Tho .secretary of the boys' depart
ment of tho V. M c. A received two
letters today highly Indorsing tho con
ference. One of these was from tho
ltev. C. II. Duller, or the Columbia
Heights Lutheran Church, who stated
that he was heartily In accord with
tho movement and had every hope for
Its success Another letter was re
ceived from II. T. Krailer. a clerk In
the Senate, who said he was deepl) In
terested In the subject nnd believed that
It would result In untold good.
Dr. Hall will conduct n mothers'
meeting this afternoon at 4 o'clock In
the auditorium of the Y. M. r A At
R o'clock the general session will be
opened in which I)r. Hull will lecture
on "The Iloy, His Home and His
Envoy Is Returning
With Rubber Data
Ptuirt J. Puller, the American ronsul
nt Ioultos, who. In company with the
Ilrltlsh consul, made a can fill Investi
gation of rnndltlons In the I'utomavo
lubber district, will leavo Iqultua for
the I'nlted States tomurrow He will
arrive the latter part of the month, and
will make his report In person. Consul
Puller has engaged passago on tho
Tho first reports received from Consul
l.ll.. nn I. In l.ln lnl. tl CI. 1. 1..,..
1 unci, utt'l ,nr ,i,, ,i.,., .,,- ,,,-iT- .
district, Indicated that he wus serlouslv
111 with fever Tins Is n romnionpiaco
recurrence but none the less serious
Every white man who goes Into the
district contracts some form of Jungle
fever. The decision of the consul to
make his report In person Indicates that
ho Is convalescing from the nttack.
Swift & Companj's sales of fresh beef
In Washington. D C, for tho weekend
ing Sat , Nov. 2, av erased 9 50 cts per lb.
;WEAR AND PRAISE
ent Colt blucher
with medium high
toe, swing last;
also shown In
s t r a I k lit laced
and button styles
"Trl - W e i"
Colt button with
drop toe, medium
last and low
Cor. 7t-3 " K. St.
233 Pa. Ave. 5.E.
Aw ( ill
Three Processions March Be
hind "Roosevelt," "Wil
son," and "Taft."
Marching with a brass band and flam
ing torches, and cheering and singing,
three processions of schoolgirls, one
after nnother swept up and down the
campus of National Park Seminary, at
forest Glen, last night. Tho girls wero
marching, and singing and cheering for
Wilson, Itooscvelt, or Taft.
When tho demonstrations were over,
three girls. Impersonating the leaders
of tho thrco parties, Progressive, Ho
publican, and Democratic, made ad
dresses telling why In tho ballots about
to bo cast they should bo given tho
preference. Then tho girls voted.
Of tho 234 votes cast, "Wilson" got
120, "Itoosevelt" captured 02, and "Taft"
12. Following the announcement tho
Wilson supporters burst Into loud
whoops of ecstatic triumph.
Names of Girls Secret.
Who the threo girls are who Imper
sonated the Presidential candidates Is a
dcip, deep secret, which the school
authorities refuse to divulge. Hut tho
words of thilr addresses are known and
they ran about as follows.
Snld "Mr. Taft."
"Tho Hi publican party ou girls In
the back keep still stands for sufo and
Mine conduct if the National Govern
ment. Its triumph at the (kjIIs tomor
rowthat Is, to say this evening means
a continuation of prosperity. Most of
j on gins Know vvnui it is to nave pros
perous fathers Viva Prosperity!"
When the cheers lor ' Mr. Taft" had
died down, "Mr. Wilson" mounted tho
rostrum, which was the fiont porch
of the main hall of the school. Uuoth
"The Democratic party will reform
the tariff and lower the cost of Impart
ing laces and dlumonJs It will curb
the trusts and throw off the shackles
which bind us all. It stands for per
sonal freedom and freedom Is w hat ev-
ry school girl wishes Why should
sultois no made to go homo at 10 o'rlock
when we would like them to staj until
10 SO or 11?'
"Mr Wilson's" effort was greet" 1 by
n great cheer, and so was "Co.unel
Itooscvelt," who followed.
Teeth Less Noticeable.
"Colonel Itooscvelt s" teeth were no
tlieably less noticeable, so to speak,
than the reul thing, and he or she wore
no tveKlcssrs last evenlr.g. LItit 'he or
he made u telling P' ech. Said ihe
'The Progressive part) should bo fi
orul by seminar) Kills and all nt'ur
girls because It favors 'votes for worn-
n, nnd Is the onlv party which has
thus gone on n cord. Vote for us to
nleht. and we'll vote for ou whi.i
ever tho suffrage ,iue Is up
"Don't bo deceived by Mr Wilson's
promises of cheaper lace. It might be
poorer In quality and who would like
to look 'tack)' In n dowdv Imitation of
good Imitation lace. Voto for us and
Baltimore & Ohio to Pimllco rtaces,
Baltimore, Nov. 1 to 12. Express trains
from Union Station to Baltimore "Every
hour on the hour." Advt.
"Trl - WtH
Tan Calf, But
ton Shoe with
'scallop tip and
at quarter Al
so shown In
B t e el Calf
b u 1 1 on or
fied high toe.
Also Black Qun
e t a 1 Calf,
I'lKITIHI.I, voiim; TONTKST
5 Votes for '.
This Coupon told after .Vn. 11.
we'll reform the railroads. We'll make
the Washington and Electric Hallway
Hive us raster service down town
A brass lintiA tmriArtf.il r,im Wnati
Ington led all three processions, and
piayea a mtio artor each Address.
The Wllsonltcs scored over their oppo
Hints bv borrowing from National
Committeeman Costello the famous
siuireu turkey winch lias been nn em
blem of victory or defeat for thirty
Speaking In sober seriousness, the
inreo political addresses of the call'
tfldates" were made In earnest and ef
fectlvely and showed a real grasp of
tho Issues of the campaign.
Tonight tho National l'ark girls will
get returns of the election In the coun
try and the various Btates.
FINED IN COURT
Judge Mullowny Tells Prisoner No
Sympathy Will Be Extended to
Those Who Use Violence.
Thomas Ablils, charged with being a
striking waiter and assaulting Benja
min Vincent, one of the strlko-brcaklng
waiters In the Wlllard, Hotel, was fined
$20 In the United States branch of the
District Police Court this morning.
Ablils could not pay the fine and went
Ablils denied being a striker, sa) Ing
that he left the hotel at the usual time
on tho night of October 28, when the
alleged assault occurred, and went
home. He exnlalned his absence from
tho hotel next morning b saying he
was 111. He sent no word to Ihe notel
r his Illness, however, and remained
nwny Just as the strikers did.
It was shown by other witnesses that
Ablzls was on the ground when two
other assaults were made on strike
breaking waiters, although each limit
he remained after the strikers had left
to talk with tho strike-breaker who had
been attack d
Judge Mullowny held that Ablils had
eviry appearance of tnlng to play on
both sides of the question and that his
nitlnns on each occasion gave rise to
suspicion He therefore. Imposed the
line, saying that the strikers would find
Hi s)iiihiii) In the mint If they used
such tactics as the strike-breakers al
lege. May Place Navy Yard
Men in Civil Service
It Is highly Improbablo that civil ser
vice rules will be extended to rovir
Navy Tard employes during the pres
ent Administration. Before the demands
of a part of the men are met the ob
jection of the Navy Department must
be overcome, and It Is not believed
that I'rteldent Taft, with whom the de.
clslon 'cats, will override tho deport
Tlit. lllilt.ttt nf ,lirll ..!. .. .....
.... u....j.... ... .... ., DrtMVC lui lllJ
jards was considered, and action win
tmcii it; mu iiiiimiunuHnis oi in? At
lantic and Pacific yards nt the recent
meitlng. The recommendations of tb
eommandants have not Jet reached the
Secretary of tho Navy
The attitude of the department ap
pears to be that civil service will optn
the way to favoritism greater than
has ever been charged to exist under
pros' nt conditions t'nless methods of
xnmlnatlon weio Improved so that the
J n (Ice would have technical knowlidge
of tho qualifications of applicants, t'le
selection of men would rest lirgely In
the hands of foremen.
"A Rag, a Bone and
a Hank of Hair"
Llko much of Kipling's best stuff.
But falling hair is an evesorc,
And quite unnecessary.
You can have the prettiest hair,
If ou will do this:
Get a five cent packet of AM BUROL
today from your druggist. Half fillu
basin with hot water. This Is no "tea-1
tpoon and teacup" shampoo. Dip the
head in, wetting the hair well. Now
shake the AMBUROL powder on the
hair and shamxx with one hand. If
makes a big foam. The hair comes'
back to its youth, stops falling out.
Dandruff disappears. Dull, brittle hair
grows wavy and fluffy. AMBUROL is ,
tonic and shampoo combined. Speed
a nickel to prove it.
BV A um'uI aaak, "Stents al Buutr," by
Lady Annabel, la all S cant packsU af
AMBUROL. At all dnugUt.
Star of the -
East for... IOC
Fancy Yellow Onions, i -,
per peck IC
Per bushel. 65c.
Fancy Sweet Pota-. IQp
toes, per peck 1"
Per bushel, 75c.
Fancy Head Rice, per Z
Large Cans Sour Kraut, O
per can O
Large New Fat r
Eggs, per f)Qr
3 dozen boxes Safety (g
Matches for Iv
High grade Oleomar-a A
garine, per lb t -
35c Brooms Z jC
15c Cans Herring lAp
Roe, per can lU
15c Jars Mustard, per 1Ap
Ginger Snaps, per j
1 9 IN ALL
REGHjD FOB YEAR
Increase of Crime in Country
Pointed Out by Major
That there has been a large Increase
In crime throughout the United Slates
In recent tears, due to the Immigra
tion of the lower classes of southern
Italy nnd Oreece, was the statement
today of Major Slv ester, Buperlnlen
dent of Police, In commenting on the
records of the coroner's office, which
show that In the fiscal year ended June
30, I hero were thirty homicides In the
District, the largest number n that
period of time In the history of the
"Statistics of all the large cities show
an Increase In crime. In many Instances
greater In proportion to that which has
occurred In Washington," said Major
Sylvester. "It Is due. In my opinion,
to the Immigration of the lower classes
of southern Kurope who regard this as
a 'free country' and chafo under tho
restrictions Imposed bv the laws of
"Tony Mllano, recently convicted of
murder. Is an example of the class to
which I refer and which Is a source of
continual trouble to the police not only
In Washington but In every large city
In the United States."
Major Silvester's views In regard to
the Incnnse In the number of homicides
In the District It Is understood, are ex
presked In u report recently submitted
to tho Commissioners, which will be In
corporated In their annual report to
The number of suicides In the DIs
1 1 let during the jear ended Jiine 30 was
siventv-two, according to the annual
report of J, Ramsey Ts'evltt, coroner,
made public today.
Death by gun-shot wound was the
mest popular method of self destruc
tion, twent) -eight persons ending their
life lp this woy. Twenty-four commit
ted suicide by asphvxlatlon br means of
Illuminating gas, fifteen b drinking
embolic acid, two by drowning, two by
hanging, ono bv means of muriatic acid
and ono by drinking bichloride of mer-
The number of violent deaths due to
occidental causes was 150 Plfteerf
dciths are attributed to street railway
and strain railway accidents Deaths
from natural causes numbered 1,187.
Elect Henry Snelling.
Henry 11 Snelllng fs thu new presi
dent of the senior class of the George
Washington Pnlvcrrltv Medical School.
William M. Leonard Is vice president
ii nil T. T Klik Is secrets rv. Donald I
Duton Is treasurer and Howard W
Ifodgktne In class editor The election
w is held last night
Stic I.aer Cakes, made
fresh from puro Ingredi
ents and baked here,
nice size chocolate, va
nilla, cocoanut, and
orange Choice 1 Q
tomorrow ... J.41
Bakery Third floor
Throe attractive special price
lots tomorrow ,
Read The List
$2.00 Velour Pieces
"Mill Lengths," yard 98c
These are about DO Inches wide,
solid rose shade nnd from one to
twelve jards In lenuth, suitable for
draperies, pillow tops, and fancy
A yard 15c
I'lfty rolls of the pebbled kind,
the finest made, to select from to
morrow This Is a special pur
chase, and thu desbtns are unuiu
$5.00 Oriental Portieres
Special a pair $2.48
Broad IURdud Striped effects,
lattice f rinse with lonp tassels,
prettv blending colors, heavy
Upholstery Store 3d Floor.
You Need This
for wear around the house these cool mornings and
evenings. We know them to be the best and most
Women's felt Jullettes. fur and ribbon trimmed, va
riety of colors, a Pair,
98c and $1.25
Women's felt "Comfj" Slippers, In a varletv of
colors, a pair. Qgg flnd $1,25
Women's Hand Crocheted Slippers, with extra fine
quality lamb's wool soles, In plain colors and fljl f(
combinations of colors, real II 60 values, a palruJX.Wvj
Misses' and Children's Crocheted Slippers and Jull
ettes at. a pair, rjfa ftfc anfJ 05C
8tio Store Second Floor
Y. M. C. A. and y.W.CA.
Plan Week of Prayer
Beginning on Sunday, the Tssi i
Men's Christian AMorUOans an-4 tw
Young Women s Christian AsMciatfeca
all ovre the world will sbsrnre a imk
The V W C A, of this city ha m
arrangements for opeeUI senDcca t W
held during the week, and sjwdal
speakers who hate ben engage la
missionary work will preach. Th T M.
C. A. also will hold special err1c.
Architects to Meet.
The regular monthly meeting of th
Washington Architectural Club wl3 b
held tonight at 1.30 o'clock at 1117 II
street northwest. After a short busi
ness session, refreshments wtll be
served and election returns will be received.
Healthy Baby is
To make It hfaJUij and kep II
hcalthj- use a reliable
In spite of the greatest personal care
and the most Intelligent attention to
diet babies and children will become
constipated, and It Is a fact that con
stipation and Indigestion have wrecked
many a young life. To start with a
good digestive apparatus Is to start life
But as we cannot all have perfect
working bowels we must do the next
best thing and acquire them, or train
them to become healthy. This can be
done by the use of a laxatlve-tonU
very highly recommended by a great
many mothers. The remedy Is called
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and has
been on the market for two genera
tions It can be bought conveniently at
any drug storo for fifty cents or one
dollar a bottle, and those who are al
ready convinced of Its tntrlta buy the
Its mildness makes It the Ideal medl
cine for children, and It Is also very
pleasant to the taste. It does not hide
behind the name of a fruit or vege
table, and yet It la genuinely harmless.
Very little of It Is required and lta fre
quent use docs not cause It to lose Its
effect, as Is the case with so many
Thousands cun testify to Us merits In
constipation. Indigestion. biliousness,
sick headaches, etc1, among them re
liable people like Mrs. William Klvldge,
mother of Master Klvldge, Kactoryvllle,
Pa , and Mr Joseph Hon nines, Canal
Winchester, O. They keep It constantly
In the house, for every member of tho
r W -thf nusv roRNER r
These Unusual Values in Furs
And Fur-Wearing Time Come Together
A few special purchases and a desire to .give unusual values for Uciiscv
day, combine to make tomorrow's fur announcement of unusual attract-vene
$25.00 GENUINE WHITE ICE
LAND FOX SETS, large shawl collar,
shaped to make a graceful addition to
the evening wrap; and large pillow
muff to match, beautifully lined with
satin. A set that is especially appro
priate for evening wear, ai i j-yx
Tomorrow's price A 1 tt Oil
On Bargain Tnhles Street
A Rood worm bath-robe, or dress
ing sacuuo Is such a comfort these
cold nights and mornings You "111
hardly leavo without ordering; one
when vou see the pretty new styles
we are showing.
PLAIN COI.OBED EIDERDOWN
BATHROBES, these are in IlKht
blue, Krav, and pink, good
warm quullty, made with square
neck, and finished with cord and
tassel, turn back ruffs
Made of the ripple elder- QA fr
BLANKET BATIIBOBES, In black
and nd, grav and white, pearl and
pink, and blue and white combina
tions, equnro neck, bound with satin,
turn back cuffs, finished (1JO QC
with cord and tassel H)ituO
EMTIBE STYLE BATHROBES,
some blunket robes, In pink and
pearl combinations, with trimming;
of wide sitln ribbon, others of plain
colon d ripple eiderdown, finished
with satin und cord and
tassel Frog fasteners CJC f(
E I 1) E R D O W N D R K HSINO
SACQI'ES, In gray, tho Kood quality
ripple eiderdown, ut
$1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
Women's Wear Store Second Floor.
If you want in nmkr nn hrdtmn. Iarrri
Knitted or t rurhrlrtl UrM, ttrnal tiU
and tolors, Jl 10
box, or a skein
Knitting Worsteds 4
hanks to the box or
l 30, or. hank OOC
Eiderdown Wool, in
white black and colors
IS skeins to box, irn
$2 20, or skein IOC
citocilETINO Klvlnc all d
to Z. 25e per cony
Coavesaoa ot Ad Jiea
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s i a i l kM W-t aaasw mr w
bucttji X rw. r aw. ii-M.. j
1V ate lii of ajfas mmm aaj c-
sm a waJkhA 9. a as .-.. .
rtal4 al tj
OfTlrr t f
P ilrfmU. 9rpt
rrmitrls J K.
.r anfitaii 4 t s
tloo. rr4 JlcData HMr;
( IUk4 ui. hun
rtertahucM-w H. 3rt tr
lnc .rV, K. Htm kw
ilxioVrena nttm. C'c
famllv an It from lcfai -j &c
The ui. ' srru Pej.-cii a. --
to avoid ttlrm eaP va-er. ;""
and othr harsh rrmcllr - - da
but temporary guml a&4 are s
to an delicate system.
If no member of ya a
ever used Srup Pjiein aivl o
like to make a personal '-
T- fSitt mr- -
tore uuing it in in rrv.-ar a
druggist, send .i- utCr a s
will dir-tn Ir vv I 3.
Washington 81 Mont
free samplr Oottl w nti - a
Itesults are alma cr.r
monev wilt b refunded
Tea Biscuits. .
BakeJ fresh, f 1fLe I
doz tomorrow XUv
Baker) Th.rtf-a. I
$20.00 GENUINE BLACK UT f
SETS; this is a fur that t coastie-pt?
one of the best in the point of raj
vice. Set consists of an extra Urj;
size pillow muff, larp,c size sluul eel
lar, neckpiece finished in one V,ta ef
feet, beautifully lined and an -an
finished. Tomorrow III SI I
$3.50 and $4.00
Cable Net Curtains
l.laea f Ina, La Triasaaea1
Three different dirn
let from vhtn thr sale b. c r
to"norro inornlnt mor- ' .
perhaps than others, all
pretty but if vou fsnrr a
ticular stvle COMK EAT.
All with (rood Inserti -
edue 1 t ards Ion r.
that dlwavs Klve B. , a -and
dlwas looks v,'i .,
for parlors but ep a
sltrncd for dlnlng-rorr. .
Lace Curtain htore Tti r r1
Another Lot TKw
Nobby Flaaael Waists
Hrirulnrlr l.7.- ad 2JZZ mttr4
$1.00 and $1.50
One of our best mak- -
stock secured l.v ys a' -r..
savin", that are in .1
Now Is jour time t r.
trim flannel waists the- -tailored
suit oft to su-1 ro
These are ms.lr . f ,r
cood quallt Hannr! 1 -o
tlons of Rray an,' M.
blaik und irrav sn.l - r
stripes, alsn plain i:r
tan and lie'' Mir
at hurt turtiltark uffi - 1
down m'lar b-, h
In everv deiai ll
stlei t from "A bum Sio- '
An expert h. r '
factor) in a
the new rtit
dlspla of n. w t
and articles will
Are Priced as Fstlews
Klelsher s peesdr f 1
ony : and 3 fi-l.l ,3
skeins 1 b..x t la
or a skein 1WC
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