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THE SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1S90.
NEWS OF THE LODGES
A lUTDOlCT OV IS'OTHS IWOIlt SK011ET
More of ix Wcll-KiHiwn Mnaon'n Kocollcc
ttous or European Travel Ioilca Dnlnijs,
1'arsonnl I'oints, untl Gonornl Gossip of
Mi o Wools.
Tho following Masonic bodies meet upon the
evenings of tho ensuing week :
Subordinate Lodges. Masonic Temple
Dawson No. 10, Monday, 8th; Federal No. 1,
Tuesday, Mb; Now Jerusalem No. 9, Thursday,
11th: St. John's No. 11, Friday, 12tb; Hope No.
20, Friday, 12th.
A. A. S. 15. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Harmony No. 17, Thursday, 11th. Blue
Room: Acacia No. IS, Tuesday, 0th; Ar
minius No. 25. Monday, 8th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Oconto U. Whit
ing No. 22, Tim: sday, 11th.
Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Stausbury No.
24, Monday, 8th.
Royal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple
Grand itoyal Arch Chapter of tho District of
Columbia, Wednesday, 10th; Mount Vernon No.
3, Monday, Sth; Washington No. 2, Thursday,
11th; Eureka No. 4, Friday, 12th.
Masouic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. S,
Comm under ies Knights Templar. Masonic
Temple Washington No. 1, Wednesday, 10th;
DcMolay No. 4, Tuesday, 0th.
Ancient and Accepted Scottish liite. Sanctu
ary. 1007 G street Evangelist Chapter Hose
Croix, Tuesday, 9th.
A continuation of Past Grand Master Parker's
"Of course every ouo takes a twenty-mile drive
to Windsor Castle. One is shown through tho
various rooms of 6tatc and through tho Albert
Memorial Hall, a most exquisite place. You
are also shown the private chapel of the Queen,
where herself and certain of the nobility attend
divine service on the Sabbath day, tho'Qucen's
place being n privato box similar to one of our
upper theatre boxes. From AVindsor Castle
you look over tho most beautiful section of
Euglaud. Far in the distance rise tho 6pires.of
Eaton College, while in another direction you
look upon the equestrian statue of George III,
erected at the end of a shaded avenue extend
ing for miles.
"Near the inner court, down a narrow street
in London, stands Temple Church, erected in the
fifteenth century. In it are buried some of the
most celebrated Knights Templar of ancient
times. On the right as you enter are four fig
ures in knightly armor carved in stone, restingln
a lecliuing position on a marble slab, beneath
which repose their bones. Tho most promi
nent of theso figures are Strongbow, or the Earl
of Pembroke, and his two sons. On the left In
knightly armor are the figures of Lord DeRoss
and three other unknown knights. Few Knights
Templar go abroad who do not visit Temple
Church. 'My impressions of London are of the
pleasantest character. During the twelve days
I was there wo were fortunate enough to have
only a half day of rain. The most beautiful
autumnal Indian summer weather prevailed
and we had only one taste of what is known as
u London fog. The streets of London are en
tirely paved with wooden pavements, which they
find there much more durable than concrete.
Ot course there must bo much poverty in a city
with a population of seven millions of people,
but one sees very little of it. From curiosity I
visited the celebrated White Chapel district, and
after traveling longer than I thought I ought
to I asked a policeman if he could tell me
where I could find White Chapel. Pointing a
few rods awoy ho said: 'There's where one of
tho victims of "Jack tho Ripper" was mur
dered, across the 6trect nnother, and onthoncxt
block still another.' Ahd yet of an afternoon
tlits section of London would comparo favora
bly with many of tho respectable streets in New
York or our own city.
"If you intend making an extended trip you
decide beforo leaving London whether it shall
bo tho north trip to the Land of tho Midnight
Sun and Russia, orwhctherltshallbotho south
ern route by way of Paris, Lucerne, Milan, Pisa,
Genoa, Rome, Florence, Venice, Verona, In
spruck, Boulogne, Munich, Obcrammergau,
Irankfoit, Mayencc, and down the Rhino to
Colon and Diussols. Dr. Sowers and I preferred
to take the latter, as it took us through France,
Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Bavaria, Germany,
and Belgium, countiies about whoso history wo
were moro or less familiar, and whoso people
and habits wo wcro anxious to observe.
"In Paris ono expects to seo much. Paris by
daylight is beautiful; by moonlight nnd elcetrie
light fascinating and Intoxicating. In Paris
everything seems superficial, anil every ono
seems to live for tho frivolity of tho hour. It Is
a beautiful city, somewhat similar to our own.
"You wander through tho picture gallsrles of
tho Louvre, the salons of which havo an aver
ago length of fivo furlongs. The collection of
pictures comprises upward of two thouaud
works of high rank, almost every school being
lepresented by numerous masterpieces. Proba
bly no gallery In Europe Is as well supplied
with tho works of Raphael as the Louvre. You
also sco many of Titian's. With none, however,
was I as much impressed as with Rubens's, which
occupies ono entire gallery. No placo in Eu
rope contains a finer collection of antiquities
than can bo found In tho Louvre, while the
salon of ancient bronzes contains a vast collec
tion of implements, weapons, statuettes, etc."
On Tuesday evening, December 10, will occur
the llr6t public installation of officers which has
been held in this city for nearly ten years, on
which occasion the ofilcers who will bo elected
in Harmony Lodgo No. 17 at its next communi
cation will bo installed by the Grand Master,
James A. Sample, who will be escorted by the
entire Hue of grand officers and assisted in tho
ceremony by Grand Marshal Henry S. Merrill.
The installation service is very impressive. Tho
ceremonies will bo conducted in the Cathedral
of tho A. A. S. R. Cards of admission to tho
ceremonies have been issued, which will bo
taken up at tho Cathedral door, each ticket ad
mitting one gentleman and two ladies.
Almas Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,
are preparing tho tortuous paths of tho Sahara
perambulations for a class of unwary candidates
who will fall into their hands on Monday even
ing, December 15. Tho usual banquet will bo
held afterward. On Saturday evening, Decem
ber 20. the annual election of officers will be
Columbia Commandery confei'red tho Red
Cross Friday evening. Next Friday it will hold
a special conclave for tho "Order of tho
Temple." The new edition of tho by-laws, con
taining also historical data relative to tho mem
bers of tho commandery, will bo Issued this
month. At the last meeting of the Triennial
Savings Association tho following wcro elected:
Georgo W. Pratt, President; E. B. Hay, Vico
President; George Gibson, Treasurer; William
Pettis. Treasurer; tho above, with J. S. Tomlin
son, A. J. Terry and Georgo A. Darling, con
stitute tho board of trustees. No premium on
shares will bo charged until after January, 1S91.
Tho drill corps will meet at 7:30 P. M. next
Wednesday, usual place.
Tho result of tho elections in tho several
Masonic bodies will appear in next Sunday's
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
I Grand Master Theo F. Klnncv made his last
visitation this term to Martha Washington
(Rebckah Degreo) Lodgo No. 3, in Georgetown,
Tuesday evening. Tho degreo was rehearsed
beforo tho grand officers by the Initiation of a
candidate, in which all the officers of tho lodgo
took part. Grand Representatives M. D.
Brainard and Fred A. Stier mado short ad
dresses. Tho Recording Secretary of tho lodge,
Ben F. Wilklns, deserves special mention.
It Is mmored that Bro. A. L. Whaling will
take his card from tho "bundle of sticks," and
deposit It with tho Rebekahs.
Tho original advocates for holding a fair for
tho benefit of Naomi Lodgo aro elated that It
was held at tho Navy Yatd Odd Fellows' Hall.
Tho ofilcers of Ruth (Rebckah Degree) Lodge
No. 2 deserve tho prize for passing tho best
Grand Patriarch James A. Edgar with tho
ofllcei8 of the Grand Encompmont paid their
semi-annual visitation to Magoncnu Encamp
ment. Insido Sentinel Lewis, Junior Warden
Andrews, and Senior Warden Isaac Scott were
highly complimented by Grand Representative
Grand Scribo Burroughs Is trying to establish
a canton of tho Patriarchs Militant cast of tho
Federal City Lodgo No. 22, in tho noitheast
part of tho city, is steadily gaining strength.
Union Lodgo No. 11 continues to hold tho
banner for having tho largest membership.
Covenant Lodgo No. 13 has tho neatest and
prettiest lodge-room in tho District.
Mechanics' Lodge No. 18 held a musical and
literary entertainment at Llnthlcum Institute
Hall, 3110 O street, Georgetown, last Wednes
day evening. Tho programmo was participated
In by Miss Mary Tralnor, C. Berry, F.
Schleicher, Joseph D. Harris, Miss Annie Cook,
Henry C. Hazard, Stella Perry, Rcna Gray,
Thomas Jones, Dr. White, Misses Hutchins.
the Ncwland family, of Virginia; Janlus
Simons, J. Bause, W. Greenwcll, David L.
Hazord, John Sutherland, Leonard Taylor, and
Columbian Encampment members should en
courage tho committee on entertainment by
their presenco and not leave it entirely to tho
ladles to appreciate their endeavors to advance
an interest in the encampment.
Deputy Grand Master Shcrrett passed through
this city last week on his way to Florida from
his homo in Massachusetts. His health is not
Capts. Thomas W. Fowler and Richard A.
McLean, on the staff of the colonel of the
Chesapeake Regiment, could not bo prevailed
upon to take on airing on horseback, preferring
the comfort of a lap robe.
Naomi (Rebckah Degree) Lodgo No. 1 nomi
nated the following officers for tho ensuing
term: Noble Grand, Juliana Allan; Vico Grand,
Irene Trexler; Recording Secretary, Sarah M.
Sanderson: Financial Secretary, Rosio Seiffert;
Treasurer, Eliza A. Thompson.
A prouder boy than Ernest A. Allan, the win
ner of tho bicycle at tho fair, does not exist in
Tho successful contestants for articles voted
for at Naomi Lodgo fair were Mrs. Rcbeah Giles,
ladics'gold watch and chain; Mrs. Mary Giles,
Odd Fellows'quilt; Mrs.Buell,parlor lamp; Mrs.
Julia Hodges, silver pitcher; Miss Perrie, doll;
Capt. John A. Shackelford, Veteran Firemen's
uniform; Union Lodgo No. 11, 1. O. O. F. ofil
cers' regalia; Miss Mary Miller, clock; Odd
Fellows' cane, Lemuel Walton Sanderson; Mrs.
Llda Murray, vapor stove. Tho commltteo
presented Miss Irene Trexler with a gold
watch in consideration of her active canvass
for tho prize watch. Everybody is happy over
tho result, especially tho president of tho com
mittee, Mrs. Eliza A. Thompson, and tho Queen
Bee, who enthusiastically predicted theamouut
Independent Order of Ucchabites.
(F. E. Do Yoe, H. C. It.)
Columbia Tent No. 1 was a llttlo disappointed
at tho meeting on Monday night. Tho visita
tion of tho Grand Tent officers was looked for,
hut they sont a communication postponing tho
visit until to-morrow night. Tho degrees of tho
order wero conferred on ono candidate. An
entertainment committee was appointed togivo
tho Grand Tent ofilcers a supper on tho evening
of their visitation.
Cammack Tent (Juniors) Initiated two mem
bers on Wednesday night, and spent tho balance
of tho evening drilling, preparatory to tho en
tertainment to bo given by them shortly.
Union Tent No. 87 had speeches on Wednes
day from Grand Representative N. Bunch, Past
High Chief Ruler William R. Hunt, Past High
Chief Ruler Charles W. Steers, and others. The
tent has decided to give a fair In a few weeks. Tho
Grand Tent officers will visit this tent December
Union Tent (Juniors) was instituted on
Wednesday night In tho presenco of a largo
number of Rechabltcs. They elected the follow
lngofliccrs: Shop., Charles W. Steers, Sr.; P. C.
R., John I. Bunch; C. R., Joseph Hunt; D. It.,
J. Phillips; R. S., William Matchett; F. S.,
Bonlamln Smithson; Treasurer, William R.
Hunt; Counselor, A. F. Goshorn; L., Charles
Brown; I. G., Fred Cook; O. G., Charles W.
Steers, Jr.; L. S. to C. 11., C. Garner; R. S.
to D. It., Charles Grlggsly; L.S. to D. II., James
Cammack Tent No. 50 gave a successful en
tertainment Thursday night.
Tho ladles of Naomi Tent No. 3 will glvo an
entertainment to refill their treasury.
Salem Tent No. 151 initiated two members on
Grand Visitor and Lecturer W. M. Hall has
been very 111 for four weeks.
George C. Thompson Tent No. 3 conducted
a first-class initiation on Thursday night.
Anacostia Tent No. 13S presented J. II. God
dard a gold-headed cane on Tuesday night.
Vico President Morton and Senator Dawes
wero formerly members of tho Rechabltcs.
Independent Order of Itcchabites.
(A. M. Dewey, H. C. It.)
The Eaglo Juniors will havo an open meeting
in Odd Fellows' Hall. Navy Yard, next Satur
day evening. Tho Friendship Juniors and del
egations from the different primary and
woman's tents will attend.
Redemption Tent No. 144 announces an at
tractive programmo for the next meeting.
Past High Representatives R. H. Cook and
M. E. Byrne visited the Friendship Juniors
The Friendship Juniors have fivo candidates
for initiation to-morrow night.
Deputy High Chief Ruler William II. Free
mon, of Virginia Te ""t No. 5, Alexandria, is
organizing another tent in his jurisdiction.
The gold-watch contest of Eaglo Tent No. 2
is getting spirited. Tho principal candidates
aro Bros. C. E. Sizer, Samuel Ellis, and Clar
High Secretary-Treasurer L. II. Patterson
reports that during tho past week ho has sent
supplies to tho Rev. B. II. Anderson, Deputy
High Chief Ruler, for two tents in North Caro"
lina, and to Deputy nigh Chief Ruler Philander
Reynolds for ono in Pennsylvania.
Order of the Golden Chain.
National Lodgo No. 101, Order of tho Golden
Chain, was visited by Deputy District Com
mander A. J. Nelson Friday evening, December
5, and tho following ofilcers were installed:
Commander, J. E. Angcll; Vico Commander,
J. V. Lashorn; Assistant Commander, E. D.
Hcartt; Prelate, B. C. Somervell; Secretary,
W. P. Potter: Collector, II. T. Tyler; Treasurer,
T. C. Buckshaw; Guide. E. P. Rider; Guardian,
A. P. Wilde; Sentinel, E. C. Rankin; Trustees,
B. C. Somervell, C. A. Darlton, F. Vonldcnscn.
Independent Order Mechanics.
At Lafayette Lodgo No. 13 Thursday evening
tho 2d degreo was conforred on Bro. E. E.
Payno. Ho will rccctvo tho 3d degreo next
meeting. Bro. William Tlppctts was lcported
to bo doing, well. Tho application of Joseph
Browning for admission to membership was ro
cclvcd. Lafayette Lodge is prospering.
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A AVOttTJIX CHARITY.
What tho Needlework Guild Is Doinc for
(ho l'oor of tho City.
Washington is a city preeminently given over
to liberal and charitable instincts. Its women
of fashion aro not backward, in joining tho
ranks of their moro soberly inclined sisters,
and mako opportunities for giving moro than
the cup of cold water to tho needy. Tho en
thusiastic determination of theso women has
already helped to establish such praiseworthy
Institutions as the Children's and Foundlings'
hospitals, the Garfield and Homrcopathic hos
pitals, tho Homo of tho Good Shepherd, and
homes for tho aged and Indigent.
In January, 18S9, a new departure was in
stituted ia charitable work, under the director
ship of Mrs. D. W. Mahon. It was entitled
"Tho Needlowork Guild," and was organized
upon tho same prlnciplo as Lady Wolverton's,
Tho gift of two or more perfectly new and
suitable garments constitutes tho donor a.
member of tho guild. Tho first year tho Needle
work Guild sent in 554 garments. Tho second
year's meeting, held as always at 1822 I street,
made a display of which any city might be
proud. There is a branch of this guild among
the well-to-do colored people, and thoy work;
with great zeal. Tho cases of suffering and dis
comfort relieved by both guilds aro many and
deserving. Oversix hundred garmentshavo been
received for this year's distribution, and tho
membership has increased to over three hundred.
It is the ambition of tho guild to mako its next
year's offering ono thousand garments.
Tho ofilcers of the guild are: President, Mrs.
Justice Harlan; Vice Presidents, Mrs. ex-Sena-ator
Pomeroy, Mrs. Admiral Murray, Mrs. Gen.
Greely, and Mrs. Samuel J. Randall; Secretary,
Mrs. John B. Wight; Treasurer, Miss Fannlo G.
Childs; Directors, Mrs. D. W. Mahon, Mrs.
Andrew Coylc,Mrs. Robert Craig.Mrs. H. A. Wil
lard, Mrs. Ledyard Hodge, Miss McNcir, Mrs.
Alfred Wood, Miss Julia Strong, Miss Alice
Poyton, Mrs. D. C. Forney, Mrs. Samuel J.
Randall, Mrs. C. C. Lancaster, Mrs. C. B.
Jewell, Mrs. M. G. Emery, Mrs. S. II. Shields,
Miss M. L. Childs, Mrs. John B. Wight, and
Miss A. R. Green. Any person obtaining con
tributions from ten persons and reporting them
to the secretary will bo considered a director,
with the privilege of voting.
American Memorials in Westminster.
To the Editor of The Sundav Herald:
DriAit Sm: In last Sunday's Heuald, con
taining a paper read by Mr. M. M. Parker on
his trip to Europe during the summer, Mr.
Parker is credited with saying that the bust of
Longfellow Is the only memorial to an Ameri
can in Westminster Abbey. I am sure ho will
bo glad to know ho is mistaken, for there aro
two other memorial slabs to citizens of the
United States, and ono of them at one time a
citizen and business man of Georgetown, viz.:
George Pcabody, tho philanthropist; tho other
to Col. Chester, an arclueological scholar, who
compiled "The Abbey Register." Yours,
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Baltimore Store, 14 West
institute this Talk for Several Reasons. The First and Most Important--to usis to Acquaint You with the Immensity of our Stock
in all the Lines and the Extremely low Figures at which We Sell them. Another Reason is that You light Find a Suggestion Between these
lines as to what to Buy for this or that Person. You may he Undecided. Look Through and there will Surely he Something Just what You are
The superiority of our Gloves Is well known. All goods at $1 and upward
are warranted and fitted to the hand. Lots of low-priced gloves, too, from
50c. up. They are elegant for tho money. Wo have -l-buttou Glace, 79c,
9Sc, $1.25. and 1.50. Suede Mousquetaires, 07c, $1.48, $1.89, $2.35, $2.09,
and R3.25. Tho latter three prices are for 12, 10, and 24-buttou longths. Also
a full lino of Foster's Own Kid Gloves In IS and 7 hooks, price, $1, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75, and $2.
Hosiery makes a good, sensible present, and wo havo absolutely every thing
iu tho line wonderful values In Staple Goods and magnificent styles in Fancy
Lisles and Silks, tho same in Ribbed Underwear. AVo mako a specialty of fine
Silk Hosiery and Underwear. Silk Hose In twenty-nino different shades,
$2.09. You can't buy them in tho country under $3. Then Children's Hose
from 19c. up. Ladies' Fast Blacks and Plain Colors, 23c, 35c, 40c, 50c,
05c, and 75c, all immense values. Men's Half Hose in great variety.
Here is a popular present. You can give Handkerchiefs when you can't
glvo anything elso, and what Is moro acceptable or moro useful. Wo havo
prepared an immense 6tock for you and Handkerchiefs will go swimmingly.
Every quality for Ladles, Gents, or Children from tho lowest to tho finest,
includlug a full lino of Ladies' and Gents' Initials In different grades. Thero
aro also some exceptional things In Silk Handkerchiefs, plain or fancy, for
Ladles and Gents, and In Brocaded Mulllers. Wo havo prepared u pretty box
which we glvo with Handkerchiefs wo sell gratis. You'll want them.
Ruchmgs and Neckwear.
You'll find a comploto line horo of all Runnings and Neckwear, especially
full Kuchiugs, which are entirely new, In lace, surah, and crCpo materials.
In this line are also included Children's Windsor Ties and Laco Collars,
also a full lino of every grado and quality French and Spanish Laco Scarfs
and Fichus, ranging in price from 49e. to" $2.
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Poel'.ethooks and Purses aro hero in profusion, and make olegant holiday
gifts. Wo havo flue ones and cheap oues, Y'ou'll find them all out on our
counters and marked at low figures; also, Satchels, which aro very popular
now. Two special lots of Satchels mado of oozo calf, at 49c and 57c, aro
. Gossamers and Umbrellas.
Vhut is moro elegant for a present than an Umbrella ? You can glvo It
to any one it is always acceptable. In our lino will be found quite a number
of goods thut aro usually found only In jewelers' establishments fine gold aud
silver heads but tho prices are far different. Then, again, wo havo them as
low as 85c all intermediate prices.
Everything in Gossamers for ladles and children flno oues aud cheap
Ostrich and Coqne Boas.
lioas aro very popular for either thi street or the opera. Wo havo them
for both purposes. Light shades for oveuing wear. Thoy couieiu Coquo and
Ostrich Feather, and aro both long and short. Just loug enough to encircle
the neck. Thoy mako elegant holiday presents.
We've had to move up several racks In our Cloak-Rooms in order to glvo
moro store space for HOLIDAY GOODS, and It has crowded our Cloak
Rooms unpleasantly. Every day, too, wo aro receiving FUR-TRIMMED
GARMENTS ordered some weeks ago, and all this taken together makes it
necessary to dispose of some things that aro broken lots, ouo or two of a style,
etc, etc. Wo have, therefore, mado three lots. If your size Is among
them you'll got au unusual bargain. There aro about two huudred In all
and they havo to go. Thero won't be one loft after Tuesday.
Lot I is marked $5.46, regular prices were $7 to $8. Lot 2,
$7.89; regular prices were $10 to $12. Lot 3, $14.97;
regular prices, $20, $22, and $24.
It's a great salo don't miss it. Wo havo auothor lot of those two special
styles Astrachan Trimmed Jackets, flno cloth with frogs, etc., at
$9 and $10.
Wo are sellirg THESE faster than wo can get them.
Don't think that we've forgotten Millinery becauso wo haveu't said much
about it lately. It speaks for Itself it advertises itsolf. Our styles aro so
elegant and prices so low that auy lady who has bought a Hat from us tolls
her friends, and in that way wo aro building up an Immouso trade. On Un
trimmed Hats, though, wo overreached ourselves. Wo'vo had to glvo up a
big space from this department for Handkerchiefs and Fancy Goods, and
consequently Hats aro packed up that is, a great many of them. Wo havo
to get rid of them, so wo oiler them just for a day our 09c Felt Hats, at 31c;
our $1.29 Felt Hats, at 79c. Wo can't affoid to do this, but it's better than
putting them away, and wo put this extraordinary price on them to sell them
quick; so, for one day Monday 31c and 79c
Theso aro not old trashy stock or goods bought for tho purposo of selliug
cheap, but our regular stock clean and fresh.
Ribbons are used iu fancy work to a groat oxtout, aud our Idea is to got
cheap hut good Ribbons. You'll find a comnleto line of everything in our
stock aud somo extreme specialties. Ono lot, Nos, 40 and GO, Gros Grains, flno
quality, we sell at 25c; actual worth, 60c. No. 10, Satin aud Gros Graiu Rll'
bons, at 19c; worth 23c
Furs aro just tho thing for presents. A nice Fur Capo or a Muff is very
acceptable. Our Capes range in prices from $5 to $80, and in Muffs wo have
tho 6amo variety of prices. Every grado aud quality of skin.
Wo havo Children's Sets, too, in great variety, beginning at $2.39 a 6et for
pretty Chinchilla Sets, all kinds, Thibet, Angora, Beaver, etc., etc.
You'll bo looking for Aprons, and wo ask you to take a look at ours before
making your purchases. You'll find In our 6tock nice, good, sensible Aprons,
and at a price Thero aro about half a dozen styles at 21c and 23c. and 25c.
that cannot be equaled anywhere. Seo if wo aro not right.
If you want anything In this lino you will find It in fact, everything
Rooties, Mittens, Sacques, Dresses, etc, etc. in fact, everything that goes to
make up a complete Infants' Wear Department. Wo call your special atten
tion to Infants' aud Children's Cloaks, beautiful styles and a big variety. A
special bargain In Children's Draw Leggins, $1.25 quality at 79c.
In this department you will find good, honest goods, well mado and good
materials, but a real good thiug for a holiday present Is Silk Underwear, and
wo havo them singly and iu 6ots. Real China Silk Underwear, Chemise,
Drawors, and Gowns, In all colors, black, pink, blue, lemon, old rose, etc,
etc. Take a look at them; tho prices aro low.
Tho Children must havo Dolls, and you want to go where you seo tho as
sortment and variety. You can beo them hero from 10c up to $10, but not
ouo marked oxtravagautly. Our lino of 25c. Dolls Is a marvel. We havo
them In AVashablo Faces, Jointed with Bisque Head and Hauds aud Kid
Bodies. You can't dupllcato them iu the city for less than 83c Wo ask 48c
for Dolls you pay elsowhero 09c aud 75e, aud our 75c Dolls equal auy you
buy elsowhero at 9Sc Our prldo is tho lino of 9Sc. Dolls that aro positively
worth $1.50, and so on up to the finest and largest Dolls. Bring tho llttlo
ones to seo them. They will be pleased.
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Fancy Horn Goods.
Are a specialty with us, and thoy aro very pretty for useful as well as orna
mental presents. They are entirely new, and consist of highly polished
horns, so embellished with plush and fancy glass as to make a very ornamental
Ink-Stand, Odor, Work, or Manlcuro Set, Mirror Whisk Holder, etc., etc.
They raugo in price from 49c to $12. You 6hould seo them.
Eancy Embroidered and Art Goods.
These goods havo just been opened, and there aro somo magnificent de
signs, many of them original, in Hue Embroidered Table Scarfs, Bureau
Scarfs, Toilet Sets with Cushions and Bottles, etc., etc, You will And this
lino yory interesting to look through.