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E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store,
. . . GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
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Evening Gloves, 8 to 16 Button Length.
Blnok Gloves with whito stitching.
Colored Gloves with colored stitohing.
Roal Roiudeer and Kimberly Driving Glovaa.
HANDKERCHIEFS . . .
Tho largest assorttnont of Ladies' Whito Linen Eta-
Tho largest and best assorttnont we have cvor shown,
LACES i . . i
Whito and Butlrr Valoncionnos Laces with insertions to
Iteal Mulleso Luco with insortious to match.
ptjLL SjOCK Of
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- MULLS -:-
White, Colored and Croam Mulls. Something Now I
Plain and Figured all 0lors.
B A full assortment of Stamped Goods for ombrod-
ory. . .
A large and vuriod stnc' i European und JapauoBO
Hugs. Stair and Ouriiiigii OarpetB. All sizes and
XMAS TOYS . . .
Rocking horse', swinging horses, polioo patrol wagonB,
ig rcckers, uuxiors, suoo ny veiooipoues, pusn earw,
oil cnrriaaos.waeons. wheelbarrows, stick horso ohiroen',
croquet sots all sizes, swings, airguna, school drill
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guns, mngio miliums, n compiuiu uuawriuiuiib ui uuicn,
mechanic il tpys, Christmas treo ornaments df all kinds,
cossuquos und bon-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of every kind.
LEATHER GOODS . . .
LndioB' purses, sterling silver mounts, ladios Morocco
and calf handkorchiof bags, ladies' lambskin and felt
Dorothy bags. .
E. W. JORDAN'S
Another I.'illfyluz Itlfcoume by tlie
Vlkltlng Lmly Diiolor.
Dr. Emily B. Ryder's address
to the ladies yesterday afternoon
was not only instructive but en
tertaining. She spoko on hygien
ic dress. Thoro is no reason why
tho Hawaiian climate should bo
lesB favorable for women than for
mou. They should dress in a
mannor that would enable all
their vital organs to havo free
play. Tho upper part of thtf body,
tho chest and back botween tho
shoulder blades, ought especially
to be well protected. If that wore
dono and tho skin kept in good
condition by bathing and by fric
tion, thoy need havo no fear of
coUIb with all their train of mala
dioB. Dr. Ryder exhibited woman's
apparel mado in tho health dress
roform mode, a whole suit of un
derwear consisting of but three
Woraon wore tho breoches in
fact boforo men. A king of Per
sia Jong ago forbade his malo
subjocts to wear trousers, becauso
ho doomed it unbecoming for them
to bo appareled liko women. This
was unpopular with tho "now
man" of that period, so much so
that this king's son, when ho came
to tho throno, removed tho inter
dict. He probably wanted to bo
up to date himself, as well as get
in on tho ground floor with the
young bloods. Tho doctor did
not put it exactly this way, this
.report being intondod only to
convey an idea of tho scopo of tho
lecture, with its illustrative facts.
In North China tho women wear
trouBors and are noted ns bciiifr,
in somo casos, stronger than tho
men, becauso their apparel per
mits tho utmost freedom of all
Dr.Rydor implored her auditors
not to submit to the hoop skirt
now revived, after many yeaiB
innocuous desuetude, in tho
fashion plates, alone with the
.'horrid deformity of a long bustle
:or pannier. How would tuoy like,
suo naively inquired, to see their
husbands stalking home in
wiro cages ?
l'nlnl Itoniilt of TIclit-Ijacliic.
Dr. G. Danford Thomas hold
an inquest at St. Paucras, Lon
don, on tho body of Florence
Kato Duunett, aged twenty, a
domestic servant who was employ
ed at Highbury crescent, High
bury, and died on Sunday under
somewhat singular circumstances.
Duunett, who was described as a
"lively" girl, had her "day out"
last Sunday. In tho afternoon
sho rode on tho top of an omnibus
going westward, and when thiB
had reached King's Cross she
descended, and after chatting with
tho conductor hIio suddenly fell
backward, as though in a fit. Sho
remained unconscious, and was
conveyed in a cab to tho Royal
Freo Hospital, whore sho was
found to bo dead. Dr. G. A. Cal
vort resident medical oflicer at
this institution, said that not only
wero tho corsets of the deceased
very tightly laced, but all tho gar
ments fastened round her waibt
wero lilted tightly to tho
body, nud much difficulty
wbb experienced in removiug
thorn. In making an autopsy lie
discovered that the livor was in
tho first stogo of cirrhosis a con
dition usually duo to alcoholism,
but most unusual in a person so
young as tho doceased. Asked us
to tho habits of his sister, the
brother of the deceased said she
was a staunch teetotaler. Tho
Coroner If she was accustomed
to lace hersolf up very tightly that
might produce congestion and
oirrhosis of tho livor 't Dr. Cal
vert Yes. Ho addod that tho
right sido of tho heart was en
larged, and that the woman's fall
Mas the result of heart failure,
but her death was consequent up
on asphyxia, following conges
tion and oirrhosis of tho liver.
Elizabeth Dyer, a follow servant,
said Dunnott used to ask hor why
"sho did not tighten a littlo inoro."
WitnoBs's reply was that "bIio did
not study such things." A verdict
in accordance with the medical
ovidonco was returned. Ex.
In tho purity and general
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stronger evory day. Evorybody
endorses it becauso it is 1'uiie. If
you want a dolicious boverago or
a wholesome tonic drink it. It's
nourishing, strengthening, health
ful, becauso it's mado of the finest
hops and malt and is absolutely
pure. On tap or in bottles at the
Ex Barkentine Castle
1500 - IctoifesLetg-ojs of-
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"Will be placed in our "Warerooms
at o.ace. Particulars in a few
days x. .
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel, and Bethel Streets.
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