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EVEKIj PUBLIC" LEDGER-
HAS 280 NAMES
118 of tho Number Re-
corded Dead, the Rest
Wounded and Missing
SIX KILLED IN ACTION
Seven Dead of Wounds, 72 of
Disease, 33 Accident
irathlngton, March 18. four arniy
casualty lists released by the War De
partment today contain 280 names, all
Of this total 123 ivero In the mornlnc
report and 1D7 In tho afternoon record,
as follows: Six killed In action, soven
died from wounds, fifty-two died of dis
ease vvhllo ninety-two aro listed as
The complete roll of officers, the en
listed personnel of Pennsylvania and
Mew Jersey and a summary of army
casualties) to date aro given below:
Killed In action 31,843
Died from wounds ... 7 13,322
Died from accident and
other causes 33 3,300
Died of disease 72 21,210
Missing In action. In
cluding prisoners .. 4 C.712
Wounded IBS 191,369
Grand totals 280 267, 38G
Ilonor Roll for City Today
mun oi' DisK.isf:
IfAIWY MKMIM. 2033 South Mne.
SAMUl'.l. J. IWIMI, 70S Schujlklll avo-
WM'1,T J. TCinrnY. 1022 ltldee avc
IIAIWY I lO.. 1150 bouth l'ltU-wc-011U
died or ACCIDKM iniimouHA'
niirouTun mm) or msuasis)
OSCAR II, GKtni.lt, I3B Pouth Klftv
venth street, JIovcJ to 0123 l-oiust
T. nAini), 323 North rifti-clshtli street.
CHOUGH IJI.OOll, 103i) Point Breeze aye
mi". Trim to
RURSKIi T. CAM IN, 1231 iSouth rifly
FOUR CITY HEROES
DEAD OF DISEASE
Another Soldier Overseas
Died as Result of an
Killed In Action
L1ECTENANT Kobert h. Mitchell Dur
ham. N C.
Died of rltur
LIEUTEVANT Charley Uuseno Trice,
Cheetnut Mound, Tenn.
Died (l'rMlout.v Reported Mlliis In Action)
MnUTKNANT John O Skllllng, Lona
Died of Dlseafc
CORPORALS Steover It Iv Jllller
burg. Hurry I, rax, 1128 South nrtj -second
COOKS Albert J Llnkhauer. Duaucsnc
wbiIo s Lltrlch, Lewltown.
rHIVATK John L. Manor. Hawk nun.
Died (I'retlouilj- Reported Died of Disease)
PRIVATE Oscar it druber 430 bouth
Flftj -second etreet. Philadelphia
Killed In Action U'reloulv Iteported Died)
PRIVATE Robert Walker Ilraiken.
Wounded Sererel (rrevlniiMv Reported
Mllnc In Action)
' PRIVATE Itobert M Hunter. Nordinont
Returned to Duty (I'retlomly Reported
Mlsnlns In Action)
PRIVATE John II Rumell, Cherry Tree
Wounded, Decree Lndetermlned
PRiyATE John M, Savltz. Hchlclim.
WAGONER Georco Bloom, lfill) Point
Breeze nenue. PhlHdelphln
PRIVATF8 Reverlv J Anderson, Al
toona RaefTaele Arnone, 1741 Perr: street
Philadelphia Stanley P Arnta hare Peter
Botma rrederlrktonn' Hunell 1" r-arln
1231 South riftj third titreet Philadelphia,
In In Day. Sunbun . Aaher O i;illott.
Georgelon; Harry K JlcClnln. Sharon.
Y. M. C. A. PRAISED
Member of Pershing's Staff Says
Service Did Much for Yanks
Colonel Iiobert 11. C. Kellon. of tho
general stuff of tho United States nrmy
and formerly a. member of General Per
shing's staff In Trance, paid a high
tribute to tho work of tho Y. M. C. A
overseas and at home, last night.
Colonel Kelton wan the jrucst of honor
at a dinner given at tho West Branch
of the Y. M. C. A , Fifty-second und
"At Chateau Thierry I saw tho TV
workers In the front-lino trenches," ho
said. "They gave tho men a lot tlios
never paid for to cheer and comfort
them In m.iny wajs"
Colonel Kelton served on General Per
shing's stnff- for nine months and for
four months was chief of staff of the
Third Dhlslon, under General Hickman,
who commanded tho Third Army.
5 FROM HERE WOUNDED
Seventy-five Per Cent of the
Wounded Have Completely
REVIVE NAUTICAL SCHOOL
Money for Marine Instruction Is
Provided in Senate Bill
ItarrlBburjr. March IS A bill de
signed to rcle the nautical school at
Philadelphia and furnish a ship on
which to educate and train bovs In the
science of navigation v. as Introduced In
the Kenate tonight bj Senator J'atton, of
West Philadelphia 'llio bill authorizes
and directs tho Hoard of Commissioners
of Navigation at Philadelphia to estab
lish tho achool and appropriates $150,000
to put tho proposed uc Into force
The act of April 17, 188"), establishing
a, board of dltcctors of nautical schools,
under which the old schoolshlp Saratoga
was operated and made many cruises to
foreign waters, Is repealed by the now
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iJdlAJJlPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1919
vfTiffu y'-A''j, AfSTTrffi . "
Died of DUeuxr
PP.IVATE Joseph Carres tiieat Jtc-i.
Wounded. Decree lndetermlned (I'reilouslj
Keiiurted Mlvilnc in Action)
PRIVATES Raffaelo Capisa 'Irtnton
Concctta. Prafcca, l'ertli Amboi
nn,i'l 'PPd rA.viio A Ati ITnWiLnn
Axel A Anderson. Jerfey Cits Itov Peney
Arthurs. Kllznbcth I.onard H llleocker
Orange. Ch tries Webster Uolcnder leiy
ritv. tHTmuei tarer, jiuyv"tn, miik-i
I Died of Dleu!
PRIVATES -Charles 1. Dothon, 1'einon
key; Rajmond Jl Harden, Easton
Killed In Action
PRIVATE Uelli J Ra"iii ike. Honaker.
Died from Mounds
PRIVATE Elbert M Ilnliher, Trou'Mllc
Dlel of DUeahe
PRIVATE rirman I- Tultr, bUncsIUs,
TWENTY-EIGHTH SAILS IN MAY
Pennsylvania's Iron Division Due
Home About Middle of Month
Pennsylania's Iron Division, tin.
Twentj -eighth, will eacn tho United
Stales about tho middle of JIay. ac
cording to Information contained in let
ters rcceled here from officers and men.
Colonel Georgo C. Rlckards, of Frank
lin, Pa, commander of the. 112th In
fantry, composed of central and western
Pennsylvania men, has written hln fam-
ily" that tne cmisiun win sail May 3,
SOLDIERS ROB BENEFACTOR
Secretary to Representative J, P.
Gljnn Beaten al Jersey City
Jersev Cltv, March IS Charles S
Greenwood, of IVnMilngton, D C, prl
atn -secretar to Hepiesentathn Jinips
I nij nn, of Connecticut, was found in
a d i7ed condition in an automobile In .t
'erie City street today and Is In a
I -lions londltlon In the f'ity Hospital
I I lis head Is badlj cut and physicians
ild his skull imv have been fractured
I G teen wood told the authorities he
started from W,ishltiglon estcrdav tin
I in automobile trip lo Hartford, Conn
I Winn he l cached Ualtlmorc, about .1
In in, two men in soldiers' uniforms
I iskcd for a I Ide to Vow Yolk anil lie
consented At Metuchen', N" .1 , about
iililnlght he Hald. one or the men stunk
in on the head with a reolr and
(lie kept lilin ,i prisoner on tho llnoi of
the iai, lobbed lilin of Jllfj and droo
b car Into Jciscy Clt, wlicru the
HE SCRAMBLED A TRAINLOAD
Soldier l'nlls EincrRenev Cord,
and There Is Pile-Up
Ciinnrllsilllc. I"n , March 1
lie puilea the tiuctirencj cord
Baltimore and uhlo nassencer I rain in
order to alight at Marklelou where he
was iiuaitercd, Oeorge Mrrguen, a
United Mates soldkr on the coiun
le'Lent liht, caUhed scores of naMbeneers
to roll In .l heap upon the floor, ca
ral women wele hurled from their
seats, suffci ln bruises on the head
and arms Meffum wtis arrested bete
und later taken to Koekwood for a
FiWTTiD rAPMEN. JAMES MCFAIL
WauncbJ- Missing- -
Diseaso has claimed lour more of tho
Phllndelphlans with tho at my overseas,
acccrdlnc to the casually lint todaj Ono
other death vas the result of an acci
dent. The dead on the morning list are Pri
vates Harry Meugel, 1033 South Mne
leenth street; Samuel Pavne, 701
Schujlklll avenue, and Vincent Torpej,
1622 nidgo avenue
PrIato Oscar II Grubcr, whoso par
ents llvo at 5423 I,ocust street, and who
was reported to hao died of disease
some tlmo ago, is now declared by Adju
tant Harris to have, died In a lallroad
accident He was twentl-sK jen.s old
and was attached to nv.irmitlun Hospital
tto I. His death occuircd Dcceniber 10.
Ornduolo of Trnde f-eliool
Grubcr had been In the armv -incc
April Ho trained at Camp Leo and
sailed for overseas list September He
was a tinsmith He was graduated from
the Central Tnde School and pieluiis
to entering the serlce lived with his
Parents, whoso he mo then was at 1S9
South Fifty-seventh street
Coiporal Harrj L Tox, 112G Scuth
Tifty-second street, who was wounded in
both hands October 14. is reported toda
to havo died of disease. Ho was a
member of Ambulance Company 325 and
after secral months ti tlnliiE at Camus
ind Gordon airlfed hi Prance in(
He was thlit-two jcais old and
a telegraph c-perator
Seveiitj-dvo per cent ot those, who fell
In battle with wounds line already com
pletely roroered and tcjolncd their
units or havo been leturned to this,
country and dlwhaiired from tho scrv
ice. nciordlng to the report ot General
March a. few dajs ago
Vlitually all of the deiths from din
eiso mo taiiferi bj pneumonia, which
was iontr.ute.1 brcauso of eiremo e-
liuBiuu uurniK i ne occupation of G
wai, it is said, meant the
TIib exhausted tondltlou of thei
after Hie final attacks In the'
lle I'rom Here bounded
Tour men from here In addition to
tho flo reported dead aro todav ic
poit, d wounded 1 lier0 arc 235 nai ,
t i ;, i . i "" lur "'" "anon todij,
jp thirty-flvo of whom aro fiom this htato
8 -When ,''riV',t0, I1'""" T Car1"' onp of
of a f ast I hlHdelphla men wounded was attached
,u u, lainuui uuiu iniantrt, and has
recovtred and returned to thl.s count r
H was tevereh gassed July 30 C.itvln
enliMcd hi October. 1117, trained at
Lamp Hancock and sailril In Ma, Ir'
is nineteen jears old and an elecli"lcl in
lieforo Joining the ,iirav bo IKed with
his patents ut 1231 bouth nrty-seeond
ini n 'iini iwiiiiu. i mi! wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii in mill 1 1 1 si i ii ,1 i,i k ,
nlaced on tho saillpcr HsIr
rershlng for early sailing
it has been
The division will have seen just u
year's service when It reaches home,
and tho men will wear the two gold
stripes of a year overseas. Tho division
saw some of tho hardest service of the
war, was classed among the (He strong
est divisions in tho A. V V. and sus
tained casualties heavier 'than all but
three regular army divisions.
Nearly 6000 Phlladelphlans went over
with the Twenty-eighth Division. Slnco
the armistice has been signed It has
been billeted near tho border between
IuMt trance tjiu iuAciiiuurii, ucuig nun or
W l, armv nt nriinatlnri
QUITS AS ADMINISTRATOR
F. S. Edmonds Takes Over Y. M.
C. A. Legal Work in France
Franklin Spencer Edmonds, of this
ciiy. nas resignea aa ncaq ot tho ad
ministrative, department of tho soldlerB'
leave areas In France, accordlnc: to a
letter received from Charles P. Martjn,
who is In France with tho American Hed
Mr, Edmonds, who Is widely known
as a corporation lawyer and reform
leader, will devote his entlrfc attention
to the legal department of the Y. M.
j. a. ai n nue awugeeseau, h-.aris. ,j-
oince me j in i j, ana me united
States Government Jointly conducted
the rest areas Mr. Edmonds has worked
untiringly to make them successful, and
his achievements In this direction have)
many times been referred to with the
highest praise by the military authorities.
833-33 Market Street
. Special Purchase
of Distinctive Wraps
pHIS special purchase
A brings these smart
velour Dolmans at this
unusually low price". The
new hood collar, the
back which is draped
deftly from the yoke ; the
throw tie ; the convenient
little pockets and hand
some lining: of Paisley
silk, are notable features,
Delphine blue, henna,
rookie and Pckin.
Superb models of these favor
ites in tricotine, siivcrtonc,
Bolivia, Poiret twill and lux
urious satin for street or dress.
29.75 to 59.75
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vs f ,- ,-r T J I
I Tim 77
B 1 Vl ' II
I 27.50 f
1 v Second Floor 1 8
DOWN STAIRS STORE WANAMAKER'S I DOWN STAIRS STORE frl'li
Wanamaker's Down Stairs Store
And Now Come Silk
Thev make us think of light frocks and flow-ci-h
and nnstcr, ho fresh aie they. Quality has
been watched just as enrefullv as apnearance 5n
tlieir selection, for tho name Wanamakcr appears
in tho hem of pvriy glove. 'I'his means that thev
vvcte made especially to our outer and that every
detail in thoir making has lieen carefully conhid'-,
cied. All have double finger-tips for better
Women's Gloves of Good
Quality at 75c
Thcj have plain backs or Pans point stitching
and are to be had in white, black and a number
of shades of gray, pongee and beaver.
Two qualities' in Milanese silk are in white or
black with self or contrasting stitching and in
two shades of gia, pongee and beaver. St and
?l.Li a pair.
Heavier Milanese silk gloves, of unusual qual
ity have Tans point stitching or 5-row embroid
ery in self or contrasting color on the backs. In
vvlute, black, dark and light giav, pongee and
beaver at $1.50 a pair.
The 8-button length, for u eating with the new
capes and dolmans, is in white, black, pongee,
beaver and two shades of gray at $1.50 a pair.
lL-bullon gloves, in the same shades, are $1.75
a pair. H
New Plcatings in
Red leads (sometimes it is com
bined with navy blue) and is in
many styles, usually of Georgette
crepe. Then there nie plenty of
pretty things of organdie, Geor
gette ciope, voile and net in tan,
lielginn blue, flesh color and
white, some hemstitched, others
embroidered and picot edged, ooc
to $2.50 a yaid.
Women's Black Silk
Seamless stockings of a good
weight, have cotton tops, toes
and heels. The tops have the
non-run elt which greatly pro
longs the life of hosiery. Tl ese
aie in all sizes 8l to 10 and arc
Voiles in Tints
It's easy to imagine the soft
and lovely summer 'l rocks that
will be made of these delightful
cottons. Iliey arc in such tempt
ing tints aa tea lose, amethyst,
pink, flesh, gold, icseda, Nile
and a number of becoming blues.
41 inches wide at JSc a jard.
Highly meiceiucd white voile,
14 inches wide, is special .it 10c
a j aid.
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Cotton Flannels Special
'.!"-inch heavy white domet flannel, 20c a jatd.
27-inch outing flannels in stripes, pluids and
checks are 30c a yaid.
Men Are Demanding Better Clothes
Than Ever Before
Particularly is this true of the younger
men, men who have been in the service and
are now getting back into civilian attire. They
have come to appreciate the service that good
wool cloth gives, and they have very little
patience with any kind of shoddy.
The High Quality of Wanamakcr
Clothing Is Unquestioned
The wool is every thread wool, the tailoring
and cutting are done after our own specifica
tion and every suit, upon its arrival, is rigidly
examined before it enters our stocks.
Fine Spring suits of cheviots and worsteds
in light seasonable patterns begin at $25.
At $32.50 there arc excellent mixed cheviot
.suits with the waistline coat that young men
like, and two pair of trousers.
Upward to $35 there are mnv nfhpr nv.
cellent Spring suits with military backs,
waistline belts and bell-shaped sleeves. These are of cheviots, cassimeres
and flannels an u fine showing of colors.
t All of these suits arc in Spring weights and are half lined with
Special at $2.90
It is an unusually attractive
tailoied waist of washable taf
feta, striped in lo.ie, blue,
black and maize. The collar
can be worn either high or low,
and the smart cuffs turn back
at the hand.
A Dainty New
has just appealed in the Little
Negligee Shop. It id soft and
pretty in eicpc de chine (blue,
rose or pink) with satin uround
the neck and sleeves and a little
ball dangling from each sleeve.
Shirring gives it fullness and satin
ribbon that ties in a long bow in
front holds it m mound the waist.
Capes and Dolmans Though
High in Favor, Need Not Be
High in Price
Two Models at $3.50
The fust is of white coutil with
a pink figure, with medium bust
und medium-length skirt, and well
boned in the back. It is for the
average to the full figure.
The second is of plain pink cou
til with medium bust and long
skirt. It is well boned through
out and is for the full or stout
A Little Middie Suit
for a little lad is made of stuidy
blue and white striped cotton
matetial that will wear and wear.
The sailor collar and the little
cuffs aie of plain blue with thieo
rows of white braid. On the right
arm is an embroideied emblem
and on the left a white stiipe. A
black tie gives the last nautical
touch. Tor lads of 2 to G, $.2.50.
Plain blue and white striped af
faiis of gingham are in 2 to G
The choosing is particularly line be
tween $10.75 and $40.75, and many of
the wraps bear special price marks.
The materials aro serge, poplin, velour,
sihcitone and duvet de lame made in
a wonderfully fine variety of stjles.
They are made well, too, and have pietty
Between $19.75 and $23.75
capes, dolmans and coats of serge, pop
lin and suede velour arc in a fine variety
The dolman sketched is of suede velour
at f 23.75.
From $25 to $29.75
capes and dolmans of fine suede velour,
siivcrtonc, serge and duvet de laine are
in dark blues and blacks and plenty of
the brighter hues that spring brings.
Beginning at $32.50 and going to $145
vou may choose many handsome things
of fine silvertoncs, Evoras, suede velouro
and such pietty things.
Men's Cloth Caps
Special at 50c
There are tweeds and worsteds
for selection in good styles'. The
colors aro brown, green and gray
mixtures and some plain blue
And all men want such caps for
motoring, traveling or sports
(The fiiller.T, Market)
Good Writing Papers
at Special Prices
It jour supply of stationery has run low now is ;in oppoi
tune time to stock up and save money on it. You will find
various kinds of pretty linen-finish papers at little prices.
Another box of 21 sheets and envelopes and 12 cards is 50c.
A box of 78 sheets of paper is 40c. Envelopes to match arc
15c for 25.
1000 boxes of 21 sheets and 21 envelopes (white) at 25c
(Commercial Mallonrr.i, Central) '
The Loveliest of
Soft pink silks, bits of lovely
lace, Georgette crepe, little rose
buds and ribbons' go to make these
things as pretty as can be.
Three envelope chemises are
representative of this daintiness.
One, of crepe de chine, uses
creamy lace and tucked Georgette
crepe and two-tone ribbon. An
other has a pointed lace top, shir
ring and flyaway bows. The third
is of satin, lace and Georgette
crepe and rosebuds. $6.75 for
A beautiful quality of pink or
white satin makes a perfectly
plain bloomer combination. It
has- only hemstitching and ribbon
shoulder straps for trimminjr.
A pink satin bloomer with hem
stitched ruffles is $2.85.
Spring Suits in All Their
They are in light colors and dark colors
and numerous styles. In fact, it would be
hard not to get a suit with such a col
lection to choose fiom.
They begin as low as $10 50 for a box
coat suit with a vest of silk pongee in
various colors. Another model at the
same price has a pleated, belled coat.
Attractive serge or poplin suits aixv
$19.75 and $22.73.
A gabardine suit with a box coat that
is braided and has a long toll collar is $25.
Smart Suits of Tweed
arc in sports or tailored models at $22.50,
$25 arid $20.75.
Checked wool velour with white! pearl
buttons for trimming makes a suit that
is prettily lined at $27.50.
Wool Jerseys of Many Kinds
They are in plain color or heather mix
tures, some with contrasting color some
where about them. You will see them in
rose, taupe, dark or light green, Pckin,
Oxford and brown at $25 to $JD, One
model, at $29.75, is sketched.
The Fashion exhibits have shown us what delightful things
can be evolved from silk and already needles aro beginning to
Messalines in Spring colors and in navy and black aie U3
inches' wido, at $1.55.
Silk dress satin with a fine sheen in Belgian blue, Russian
green, wistaria, navy and black is 35 inches wide and $2 a yard.
35-inch dicss taffeta comes in a variety of colors and black
at $2 a yard.
Soft crepe de chino is 38 inches 'wide, and theie aro light und
dark colors, including flesh and white, $1.50 a yard.
The ever-popular foulards in many colors and Spring designs
are 35 inches wide, and the prices are $1.50, $1.85 and $2.25 a yard.
Spring Footwear Is Marching In
Women's dark tan calfskin high-cut lace shoes with cloth tops
and imitation wing tips have welted sdlcs and medium heels, $5.90
Women's black patent leather tics with welted soles and high
curved heels arc $3.90 a pair.
Women's oxford ties on long slender lines have turned soles and
curved heels and come in brown kidskin, black patent leather and
black calfskin at $5.25 a pair.
Women's and girls' dark tan calfskin ties have welted soles and
low heels. The sizes are 2V4 to 8 and the price is S3. 10 a pair.
Special Prices on
38-inch unbleached muslin,
12i'je a yard.
36-inch bleached muslin,
19c a yard.
15-inch pillow case muslin,
38c a yard.
Sheeting muslin. 2 yards
wide, is 75c a yard.
soft and white is 30 inches
wide and 9c a yard.
Neat House Dresses
in Regular and Extra
A trim blue chambray dress in
sizes 4G to 50 is well made and has
a snowy collar and cuffs of pique.
Striped or checked gingham
chesses ate in stiaight line style.
The check is in lavender, blue or
black with the belt, collar and
pockets trimmed with white rep,
and the stripes arc in various col
ors trimmed with plain color. $3.
A Joy to Contemplate
Perhaps the loveliest of all are
the fantasies, a material that is
new this season, and very beauti-,
ful. It is of silk, slightly rough,'
but with a luster that is wonder
fully brilliant. Skirts of this fab
ric are in white and shimmering
colors and prices begin at $15.75.
Sometimes this material is used
with Geoigette crepe or with ba
ronet sa'tln and the combinations
are delightful. $19.75 and up
ward. Waterfall is another new mate
rial, resembling a wide-wale cor
duroy, and the appearance of a
silk stripe is given by alternate
weaving. It is all of white cot
ton, however, and is $16.
Georgette figures largely in
skirt news, for it is used in so
many combinations and also to
make entire skirts. $15 and up-w-ard.
A new tricotine and a soft crepe,
called zuzam, are of silk and wool
and are $19.75 and $15,
Hopsack linen, much like burlap,
makes skirts in bright red or
Havana brown, at $15.
Cretonne in a new pattern, much
like batik, is used for another in
teresting new skirt, at $6.75.
All of these skirts are absolute
ly new in every point.
"Nightie" at $1
It is of pink nainsook embioid
ercd in blue and is in a slip-over
At Special Prices
G x 0 feet, $0.75.
8.3 x 10.G feet, $9.75.
8.3 x 10.6 feet, $22.50.
Colonial Rag Rugs
25 x 50 inches, $1.
Cocoa door mats. $1.25 to $4.50.
according to size and quality.
An Unusual New Junior, Suit
It is of khaki-colored cloth and the
fkirt has a gathered back, vertical set-in
pockets and a belt that is trimmed with
buttons. The coat suggests the Norfolk
style and is pleated below tho belt in
back. Sizes 13 to 17 years. (Sketched.)
Tor $15 there is a blue serge coat
with large pockets and contrasting top
collar. It comes in 11 to 1G year sizes.
An attractive party or dance dress' is
of white net, has a four-ruffled skirt and
a white satin girdle. Price $11.50 and
tho sizes arc 14 and 1G years.
Girls' Chambray and
Gingham Dresses at 85c
These are marked about one-third
less than they have been and aro of
plain chambray combined with plaid
ginghams, or combinations of plain and
plaid ginghams. Some have pockets on
the skirts. Sizes are 6 to 14 years.
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