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ON Til Lv REVI EWER'5 TABLE
?"Tee kuiitrl of the < ..nf.drrae.
By Morri? BchaO. Johfl \\ ? .\
Co.. of >V>St')n MOvM J.
Hup pens bavi been b luted with
different phases of the lustorj of the
War Between th< statt* during the
paart year. Oaneral Morrlt Sobaff, t'. s.
A., who ha* t?l ? : ; . Vpponaattox
campaign as th< ;? id'ng subject r>l
hie book, canv '." Richmond .<n,l Vir?
ginia beto r< ? - ? ? la ek a ad
swnt over : ,? - >und which be tra?
versed jti let , to ? ' bla Itnpree
aione and eontirm th . ?curacy. Me
bead* Richmond hl? hea Jo.ua rtors and
v I sued many important strati c:o
points from here, following in cffoct
the route- pursued hj lioi.ii !.. ?ad
hie army in th?- retreat from Patera
burg to Appomat tox, lifting the rail
from Apn! ; ISCS te \i>t-iI ??. ?'. ?
tern.* offer? ' hi G noraj OrarH b ??: ? ?
aocept'd by n< ? r.e.. and to \i<
JJ, when the <-irrend' r of !.'? forces
was received tppotnattos Com i
bouse bj Oeneral Cham berialn, of
Even after the lap.'f o? nearly fifty
year*, the discussion of t'.,. et .-ms Im?
mediately procedins the downfall of
the Confederacy, renews in the South?
ern mind the p%ln and humiliation
which th< dlBSOlut. of the Army of
Korth.-.:- Y'r?thN eatt?e<t
r*ons'<| ,ently the thn< to wblch Gen*
oral Schaff has .l. voi.,1 :,:>. attention in
detail la a time which, until recent Is*,
l as bees touched upon bv Confederates
from th< standpoint of deep feeling
that ob?mred clarity of vision end
?'?mewhr, co- i (aed memory,
*o mu<h th. more acceptable Is Sen?
egal Behalf's booh which has been pre?
pared with g'e?t r,< ;ind rniKli re?
search It gives rh< Isspreaalon pro?
duced on the mind of i htaseachtte* Its
eoldier. who was hra\c eaoagh on-l
generou ? nough to hairs s ?rreat ?vm
pathy with the Southern leaders i ..I
eojd'.er.s And H la sufllelontly discern
lt:g and comprehensive to refresh re-'
ealleotlon dulled by fatigae and grief
Tiie beo;v !? every where written In
?he spin: of understanding, with per?
sonal touches and incidents that read
. er its connect ion smooth nnd eommend
That The Sunset of the Conforl-tac.V
If the work of B soldier li moat Char?
ly apparent, and. after -ending it. It
seems ni">t appropriate fha: th.- ,-=>i
dier rho ild have t,<~on promoted for
?p/allau: and mer!torloi|c service In the
battle of the Wilderness"
By Maurice Hewlett Illustrated bt
T:. T". Bchabelits The Century Co.. or
New Tork. through th? Pell Rook and
Stationery Company, of Richmond.
\? n writer or early Bwpltah stories.
Maurice H wletl ranks a? s novelist of
the first r3.-:k He bas ? I' -tit with life
with a strong and p-imltive touch, und
one of the trait" that has established]
Tiis hoU upon the public mind has be.-n
the sincerity end directness of his
deal.he '-> ti--t ??? wit'' the hpm.tn nrob.
lems ..f life.
In "Mr. T.aneelot." Msnriee Hewlett
tias shifted his p? >d and presented .i
Btudy of the motions In made Baadern
tKnelislt soeial lifo fr>'tti .1 Btrwegl]
?nelytleaJ * swpotnl While be an
author, brushes a?1de all ?er, t'merit.'i
Ity that tend~ :?> obscure perception
and he'o:r the :ss:;r he haj in mind, he
never overcrowds his literary canvas,
and. in the present Instance the prln- .
eipa! drarr.at:- Bcreonae are contlni .1
?e four people
The Oorjrian age has never be' :i >';-j
tractive through the grace and beaut;
r>f the ent?-ta!i.ments with which dls
Hagalshed r?n aed woT>e;. "watched I
come and e-o Bit acn.n.st the >t;tfnes,
of :t? faraalttli ? and the tediowsnesa
of its siipe-fi.-ial ti-.anii'r:-ei?, the pure
yale be.a it of Qeorglans Strangsrays,
e'tfrwa-d Mrs Charles fasircloi la so
alearly outlined, that ?ttintion foetus*d
an her remains so The same may be
said of the Dul:? of Dcrlsea the gr.at
rst man 1n the kinfidoni of ireat Brit?
ain. Who is afrs !.?:ire>t-? shadow ;n
*~harl?? Lancelot Is hrr h-isb.tr.d. .md
t;ervase faporc. her 1,,\.
The artstrtf Maur;re rfewlett -u.?!,e?
s:t ?".* ?->*?? as em sail i and reaeot ibtb
whleji otberwlss opald seem ii.ip..?Ible
end g.-ot-s'iu' rt wouid hat'll' b. ,k
ji?asant real 7.a,:"f. t giving of a
young girl Ir.to the keeping af ?> hu?
ba-ifl a'mo.*t a str?ng? ? i> r, 01 ? ? ho
remained a atianger ,r ?p:t.. of the iu-.
of her beauty, vet that Is iraal the pai .
ent? of Ge-.>raiar.a S:-a-,?w r did
One can hardly eowcelv .,: ? hu?
t; nd -is - c ? ? t . ? - i
means t?e-nre personal advai
went a-d ik rarri ng eat -.f bis in?
dividual amMtione T?t tut Is what
Caaarsas Iannrlal d'd
It sro?::1 see? ? . * ? .~ n pnosibd? tpa,
?he r?-ik f Detrbaes ma tut an "f
Cfca ?er. i should b. ?o lafataated with
the ertarr- af a s r.v -. -? ? .?
i aa fri arg saa's . ? . , . r -
years snbje, t to h^ -r,. pieasu-,
s?f the compan.or.s'e .. ?'n,- rs'? )? las.
aic> co-n p ... ghi
gdaaa a btleid ? ?
Finaliy the Btiaag l -
r*ach' I trbei Seer gl ana i gentle'
e>*rnre rams swwi frasa ?- rare
who ha* hitherto ma
her s-f raaea - ?
?'ect.^ to ahan ? ? ? n- ? ? ?. ? , -
e*oore. ?*>???? on ? - ?
#?m. H (sat v- laved bet
arista of the b->os <s however, ??r*1"'?'
?w weV wo'sed -jr Bad H gear I
?r""i?-v -???-?? - - >
alari-v. vj, , ..
By EdStb a irtet ? - K
g*o o# ibaa ?
In -Th? r>, r ? w-r eh *
g>* BpfS r. ?-- . ?? '
a gl eel et' w
?asellw. there t? aasaor ? v pat'
and ?lieh ggdat aatlf - nsoa> ? ?
e*lety to ?nal-?'? *?d v trastsrlaat
But the aMar tatereal ? .I ?
vw o w? * ? > -
gaadliig sbprbava la betaglag rbewi U
ediataj of th? etorr tba ? *n ?
Jlasarli an al^nod 1'
p. -.?.?.- e ?
Of the two women sae paoaeaMd a",
as. a s r-s af t?fe a ~ ?1
peeted > -* '-or-n*nf - ?
twined s-d a-'hoogh ? If rrl MM she
baa Iba h - faaaaa aad lyaaaat
h' r w or 1 tw>r.
The ?? . - w ? s- ir- ? <
yetty *y\'r* tee ?hr .t a bl^ ??
a ~ep ? ' a
'Pot her ?S? *V h*e w'.s*
s leva ? - !- '''*??:
?asha take* tr end en>oss it to fhe at
?hit *e? . ? ? e,- ? . -e
paces ver- ar"-ar?r- |-s?r-??->
noes TbM e*;ri9u* aal kaaaaa
H^e-. .v r>>*.e'
la t?a anewaiaramiaing frank
h Whl ah the Trie's ?heap'
] .-', : i-..- tormIf when the aottsslly is
apoe her. Her honest rraahneec t? her
' redemption. When she 1? put to the
leal of 11 nunriation she quite BBtUral
\l gaes on lo r way and leav.-s the fate
of tlkeae with whom she has uitcr
i seeeMled quit-- free of her ha Baling
' Bret nev.
I The prafcltwn et "The Bsjaf' arc pre.
seated nataratty. Qaaatblere playing
|ga gatM of life h.tve to pay, it sa>
; a* bee I hey lo?e. Arid not m*ny are
i Braver over loss and more ready to
1 atone than tru woma;. at whose door
\ Fortune had passed by. The hftok ao
, tbaraaurhty eosimenda Itaetf that It
Beegs aa ? neOBslBBa.
?Ihr Waher of Katnbwws and Other
Kafrj laics and rallies."
By Ftlehard :.. Qalllean*. With U-1
laetrationt bj Elisabeth ftblrpeB Green.;
llai per gj Brothers
\ beautiful lypi of the Christina?'
eift baoh eonl ill lag a prologue and
fourteen fair! tales and fables In Mr.
i> OalUeaae'a best stylo Barb tab
.is a moral a pointed moral and -rood
Bdt The book is suitable for well
grown rhlldree and Car the elder-.
Both enn read Its pattc* with much
The prslsgm* opens la the Harlem
let of New Tork, where s poor
: poet is in despair as to how to Set a
tor his sweeth-art. with whom be
1 was to danee that night at < local bail.
, Tin <il.I clothes man appears, and the
poet ei Iis Ins i.Id dreSS S lit Rut he
leaves iii" Beevlj written stories in I**
poekets. and th ?? found and pub
I llsaed by the old rlotheS man.
?Thr M ikcr of Rainbows'' . oioes first
and t. II.? of the sta-vintr village of
I Twelve Trees, An "Id nan appears
I takes a tear from S crying child and
grinds i.'it rainbows from his maehiti'
? to ail the children's deiisht If. goes
i other wonderful BCtS then disappears,
i The Man W ith Something in Ifis Eye-'
Ms very attractive The something is
I foui d to be pit\ Me wond' r it had
I caused sne'i .i sensation in the most
j pitiless city in the world ?Keel Vork
i Another story de-.rr\ ing special men
tion s "The Bilk er of >lo-row-? " A
I man looking f." a sorrow t'ia: canno;
1? bought. The ?orrow he Snds turn?
out to be a young girl's only loy.
Mr 1,. ftalllenne h.i? well sustained
, his reputation IB h s precept offerin?!
It |a ? delightful volume In every re
j ?pect, and w :ii well repay the Hme
? ? t o\er Its patres
?Ihr Kewsdee and Ootlr nurllne."
Vor?, and picture, by Rose 0**Cc;il
j George IT Pornn CO., of NVw York
; 11.55 n?-t
! Ab attractive Christmas book for th.
I little ones. The Kewpl- hand are or
j original creation not like anything evei
? seen before, \ hand th.it does nil sort.
! of funny stunts that will delight th.
' hearts of little ohilJren.
"The Krwpie Chief, his name is Was
And on Iii- top knot wears a flag.
This rhtef goes first with nobl. look."
Tip- Darling family consisted ??
1 three little gaatrhters and a lad Dot
I the smallest was left behind when lb*
i rlrcua came to town. Rut the Kew
pies came to her aid and sraie hev
circus all h?r own in the meadov
Then comes the pleasing tale of Pott'
and the Kew pies at school. Aftei
wlii.ii tin kind KVwps briny a Thanks'
giving feasl to lonoeotwe fin* e**d ?i
follow this :i">d deed with a delight
I'll Christmas tree for the little gtrL
! Thi si >t; got - on |o fell the advea
: i ?? and Potty's Kewpisk Valentine
I how the Kew pies teach Pot to fly, and
i end w ith the savins- of 1>..t's pel Soi
from the dangen af naughty things.
The i?ook is ahen daatty supptie*
?.<.:' charming full-page Illustrations
in color, and ssrerj nice border If
decorated with Kewples it- every Itn
asinahte pose and form The book
delightful and will be the souree of
tnu'ii pleaaare to tip little one?
? I be t lmlra Prison Camp."?
By Cla; st Ifolmea \ M Illustrated
0 p Putnam's s>ti? o* yew Tork and
a history <?' the military prison at
Ktmira. N V. from July '? ?!. t*<8?. to
July ;i js.".". wffh an appendix con
?i ? ig pi nee of the Oea federate pels,
um - buried In Woodlawn X.ttlonn'
Crmefer Th sathar says In bis pre.
faee*. "t; is the purp.-?.- of this volume
? ? ?.'i r .-ord. for the lofoimatloii
' ? present geiseistgton, srhlek has
larg -'own up since the war. and of
St OgentS off Arrerlean b'ster".
fs "? that are know,, and that hai>
seea meetantinted ta regard to the
IH i -- whfeh er'sted durlns
? la the prison ramp
.it RlmlpS Tv"> w-;ter aSM the fur
, ? ?- to -efiit.- .-ertnln false
? have bee-? made ?n re
11 > stm* at off Cm federate
prlf ?? In Etmirs "
up in Btaenasatlea
Pi lean <~o-idit,ons. Open'ng I
' r- som. Ar'lval of Pr'soners. '
Bag. P ? \' ? ??ndition of Bar-i
loth u for rr.sor.ers The'
Dspauimtgl. General M>d
,? Bhrtory, Tat >'mallpo\ Epidemie.!
"\ i'.a N ?> t .?? u' ?"erre:?Burial "f
a ' ??' '. ?eap.:d Prisoners.
M Ti.nnel Escape Sergrjrt
' - ?" l *1 IreBSral p lasn Topics.)
?eins "! 1st -? of Camp General
"p :. ens f r--e?*ed. Reminiscence* of
' ? ? ? '.etf'.' From Prssnners.
pr?s?r?red a mi? of
to t ipwegt bhj Bags of tb'
whlc ?eem? worthy of serious
1 entddtiaSJea of all interested. The
lolnme 's well gotten up snd written
tereattag manner Th? tllus
>' fill1 page 'run P'Otog-rapbs
? arnsea mm* taVSas%Sa the
r '.???'??-.r'red fraw?la
Fred Ro.h?eii The iggemtl
v - ?? Vo-V H net
,. ?. ? as Bet 1 fe and her advent urea
-* ''armen Mylva. read
? -k- ? '.rlv person
< pad m? ?Ith fiettam. ro
?'. n.ahtng me weep? " gbe
??? "i ?'? -< wondTfel womeji ".gome
? ,i^?f<-,itr pure. live
terasn -?-n and too will see
? - ? K?.?fl? up *oe one brv-f
? .>-.r ?.,rn away tn ?11
-,#. -. - tn* bo.orr o'
T?-e see eng ?Veti-b u srsniBtssl an
? Is - Tt er ve~?
aVllfdStfs > sajanj ?>? -o> al life h?
- led or 'he *hine
- ' ? ? ? . - -d ?o rva-.atsn
itaemle 'a -eee Th ? is saporiaJly '
iraatiBg *? ? ?? sr.eaam ?tma on ac
? ?* ? ? r n ?-- -*n-i As tne
athnr saye "T? is itrroef 'mmorts!
ba-rt wkten. foe ?u-"?t pas* ??
?arg g*a ttsaee aaeh gar ia ewery to--ti
and village I" Turkey. So long se IhtB
! prayer rau.?i>? ui<n to bow their heads
around the inosijues. Turkey will never
lack 'he sann- valiant holdlere. ever
! careless of death." Then follow? a
? hurt ? ketch of the snake charmers ?
' the Snlveraal sons of death The hook
' endj, with two sketches of Japanese
aromen- "A r>w Forgotten Pages of
hfadaBM Chrj saiithentT" ami "Japanese
: Wont.-n in 1S90
l( is a delightful hook, and will be
, thoroughly enjoyed.
'?Motor Mamillen In Italy.''
H\ i'n ilu Harri* Illustrated from
! phot OST ra phs. Moffat. Yard & Co., of
New Volk. tJ.i t t?t
A inagiii AceM publii-ation w ith em
bossed eelered covers, vcr> attractive
I ol llusti jted witli a great number of
1 full page cuts from photographs that
MM the p-'ints of interest described
; In every detail. The story is an auto
I mobile trip through Italy, as the au?
thor sa*s: "Anywhere and everywhere,
I a Ith IToaii as ihr objective point." It
I is told in the form of letters to Miss
Polly, an 1 make; uneommon and de
i llghtfal reading. Starting from Bad'-n
I Baden, a visit I? paid to the girl at
j Lake Oeeaa, Then to Milan, with its
[ Quaint boats and picture.*,|ag shore line,:
it- CblUS of near and distant bells.
From Milan t'1 Parma, stopping on the j
[ way at ("ertosa di Pavia. "th;it inonas
I tery Of Startling beauty " Viewing
; also the old bridge, "the p. oin. na.1e for
i Pagylaa sweethearts theee past pis
j hundred years." Th. B are g-iven in
i saooeaaiaB th" public building* and
raafltia. following which tiie partv goes
I to Bologna, to r.lmlni to pan Marino.
I t., busvesias and to Ploreace, Thev
view the sigh's ?.f Pisa, of Siena, of
i Perugia, and from Orvletn to the end
I at Borne.
This 1. lightful book of travel, told in
SUCb an attractive way. can be heartily
liaetatndsl to nil II would be hard
to ilnd the equal of the fine and abun?
dant Illustration", or the general
niak?-Up and d<???..rations of th?- \ol
"The .lapanesw twins."
By laacy Fitch Perkitis. Illustrated
by the author, Hough* on. Mifflln Co,
of Boston and New York $1 net.
"This book Is all abou1. Taro and
Take and the Baby, and what a nice
time they had living." a book that is
suitable for children w ho can read for
themselves as w ell as those who have
to be read to The .tarane*,- are al?
ways attractive people to the lit r 1.
in'.!, being so different fron thotaoolvci
n every enay; having such running
'.ittle homes, and having anch strange
eaeeoasS and manner of living.
The storv tetls of the day the baby
?ame. o fthe excitement and curtositi
? f the, tw o i hildre-n over their new
tiaeeeeelea. Ii tolls of the Ufa In the'r
ittle home after the first Mush of ??
?itement over the new- arrival has sub?
sided. Then they arc taken to th- j
I tempb in their own riskshaw to ?rlt |
nss the ceremonies They feed th'
itaroons and swans, d-ink tea and ^"
tome by boat
Both the older ehlldren have blrtli
lays, and then they are sent to schoo I
ike good little children The ?tory \ i
:ood and is bold In ?> readable and a)
'ractive Style, just smi' a stj'li ?
v111 please |he .hild.
?nint \nne of the Mountains."
By Babe Blgnell Ktchnrd O. Badger.;
Qorhani Prees, of Boston, Mass.
I \ story of s ?timmer In a Canadian
I ill gl IlBBgT village, as stated In the
I srsbtltle. The partv making this trip
are bound for the tiaspe Peninsula, on
the southern coast of the lower St.
I Latrrence, an unknown Canada ninety
miles from a railroad. The story
opens with a "Fairy Drive" over the
plllllelSMins road to Havppy Valb )
thence along th, shores of the
Ijwrrmv to the vllage of Cape Cha
Along the drive are shown a qua
wayside- oven, and on one lonely hri
a Calvary rises. On further is I
Pointe StA Ar.nc to the village of >'
-I. a Monte. th<- objective point
expedition. Then the practica'
letalis "f the enchanted country i;
rlt in full detail, likewise the !if
?-id -ustorns ,,f the interesting villa
- and their eurlou? festival days and
lebratlona The cclebrat?i pllgrln-.
?Lge church, one of the objective point*
- 1 si Hhed In rre at detail.
The - "iume Is pre>fnsely Illustrate'!
e/rth excellent views taken on the trip
.- z-- ally help to explain the won
"fal revatry. It is s most interest -
na sccoaarl of a little-known land, and
win well repay the reading
By Pbil'p Ip^hhorrt. Richard r,. Bad?
ger, the Ciirham pres" of po?fon Mass
\ rcll-Tin of hnrs" stories mainly
la'lig to 'nmrlne adventures, in
which lb* Moo-led horse |g invented
with human iitereet and treated as the
ntemgattt animal that he is Mr.
''froiichlr understands this
fine animal which Is such a friend of
mankind and *uch a useful and pleaa
Th< e. . , v M?s of nhs ?id *Mn
- ? ?> p-i-od 11-1 seerslt've STt'msl. de?
scended fretn the Torchlights, who has1
h?en tu-n?d out in the pasture as use
'?*?* and broken down. The horse, who
had be?n V ? master*! own saddle ani
m.?t hi the hunt", resents this treat?
ment, it.- reeesran front hie injuries
snd p?-.vee ;o Mg ew-> satisfaction h:?
?oundnes? by .lumping out and Into
th-' pastur- ??veral times. Toe account
Pf ', ? following hit master In the hunt
SB r-ov.- his super- ST '? over th* other
sn"rals in the st?hle is v?rr ludfcrotie
and Hpanl bsaaraaHaaT
These j-.. good h"-se sT0r-rs and told
1n a delightful wav They will later
est all who love the noble animal.
Bi Helen S TToe>de-,tT Tlhjstratlotts
hv XT I. Jsa-ObS. lieerf, Tf foTSri Co .
of Vew York Ii net.
S ith*rn plants- on ?torle? with the
^iJ'-k msmmy In the ascendant, and '
the old and voting Tilstreaa 1r rhe sha-,
dow of her prrdeerloa Irfln^nee hsve ,
come to he the fashion.
Mi- Beatrty ? Is a rwnin. s*t?r tb's
gfdjsf The rreat honss on aba M the
i. -,nl, a-a s'o-esaid nimrflv, 1
l"?'""T w'th the faeitlv In the g-e?t
house of whoTp Mis" Resufr '? nag J
are utilised Wi IrB fell'ng
Th*re la the obi*! array of Tnd- :
, derrte?a-weddlne- a ftitr-trn'm. a
, .? fif-rT and a resto-a*ion to
prosTWrl-v Jdls' Bet- 'e. ;>-, ...
moves t*l"??arh the rarlATja e*iBT>te
the rrrMire of yosj'tt and 10V""--??
The ,-over p'etu-e and 'lliist-at'o?.?
add ?o the value o* t?,i? atiiatWea pah
llcagion jTiiTir T??e holiday lltera'v 1.?
??Three ' t.i. r.. mm* otfce-r r-ww-ass
Bv Tohn A Johnana Stewart ?
Ktdd Ce... of fTnclrnafl Ohio $:
M" .feihneon hap giver US BT?
? ? M-m of f-owms 's ??*? r>-e??"it
oW,.. .^ ? , nwri s? VlC.1 r-r
, to aa?'efr every ?a*t? and to pines the
-i?-a"g TS-e fl-wt eine p-eser'-d
- fba urn* need for the title oarfie of
the baab "Three Ttalews ? i# a tale af
a-..-,-- ~-r* "n- - ..-a..
-g S lea-.. T-e- f-?-1**w ?
J Oa^ptrna? f*am| The Jfiiesfene ie
' t-slMng -he rapid flight ef trasa Thea
// You See It in the Mosby
Ad. It Is So.
If Your Christmas Gift Comes
From^Mosby^ It Insures Quality
Because we are just as particular about the quality of what comes into the store at Christmas as
we are at any other time during the year. The V.osby store is a satisfying store during December
because we've made it a satisfying store during the other eleven months.
Christmas is in evidence from the first floor to the fourth?WELCOME!
Santa Claus ms favored us
by making this store his
he adquarters for such a beau?
tiful family of dolls.
We wirb to show our ap?
preciation of Santa dsus's
kindness by inviting; every
little girl and bo> in Rich?
mond to ioiih and get ac?
quainted with these wonder?
ful little creatures Riing
mama with you
Christmas Suggestions in Leather Goods
Gifts that will he user] and appreciated lonp; after the
holidays are son*.
Jewelry Hoxea. Phc to ?i m..
< lock* In Irntbi r r?w?. Iti
Telephone I'ada. .Vie to gl.00.
? ard Seta. Bridge >ff and
Its a? taw so. 5sm to si.no.
Flanks. T.'.e to S3.no.
?bopping Mats. 25e to ftne.
Writing; Tablets. Si.VI to SS.SO.
Manlenre Sets. 91.25 to $7.50.
Thermo? nottles, SI .Vl to ?:< :>s.
Men's Foliar Boxes. $2.IWv
Work Botn, ?1.75 to $3.50.
Leather Pnr?e?. Sl.oo to SS. 50.
Any Woman Will Appreci?
ate This Gift
Italian Silk Vests, $1.75
Beautifully trlmmsd with
lace and embroidery.
Each garment in a sepa?
rate hnx, $1.75 to ?4.oo.
ksvaajsi *wi*s vr.vT?,
C o m h I n allot! (.amenta?
??klrt and Drewers?mad. of
very flne nainsook, trimmed
with Val. lace, Irish crochet
Your Wife and Daughter Will Appreciate
FURS tor Xmas~
"1 rlon*t know much about Fur*, hut I do something about
store*." said a business man the other day, who was asking nur
advice about a fur coat for his wife.
"That's the reason I'm buying the coat at MOSBY*S?1 can
depend upon everything yon say ahnnt your merchandise.'*
Hundreds ?f sets and ?? pnrstr pieces In Black Fox. Bed Fos.
White Fox. Pointed Wolf. Natural Wolf. Sable nyed Mink, t'lnne
mon. Rtn?m, Pluck I int. Blnok Toner. Persian Lamb. Near ?eal,
Hudson vSeal. Mole, ete.
FUR SETS range from $12.75 upward"
Very superior assortment of 52-inch FUR COATS, in black
pony, natural tXMty, near seal. Hudson seal, marmot. sable,
BLACK PONY COATS as low as $49.50.
Table Linens and Fancy Linens for
Nothing more acceptable to the housekeeper?especially ,,'
she knows they came from MOSBY'S.
You'll find it true economy to select from these specials:
"c TABLE l>4MA?K. !W?e yd.
Imported mercerized damask with
s satin finish, 63 inches wide, half
dozen pretty patterns
$1.25 N APKINS. HOe dos.
Hemmed Mercerized N'apkln*.
good, heavy weight. ;0\.r>n itiories
Reduced to **e dozen
75e Bl ft E AI St sHTS. 5?c.
Hemstitched. Plain. All>Lraea
Scarfs, 18x54 Inches
Cl.fSV BIBEst SCARgs.
18x34-lneh Scsrfs fine plain liner
centre with a four-inch etua* la. ?
2?c TOWELS. 21 ea
Hemstitched huck with a 4tmtt<
border and monoarra-n design. ISt'*
I inches special to-morrow. 2le.
Gift Things in Warm Bed Clothing
of the store
heinrr able to
.-.'1.50 TAX* \ BLANKETS. *2.Hf? e?.
For bed t/irows. slumber rohes. Y
rabas and .ouch covers; ?3xM
Many handsome designs in floral, sc
sreet? ?na broken ptaids; blae, Ktey.
red and lavender.
75.- f B IB BL\NKF.Ts. .-.fir.
SOxt? Inch Blanket? jo fane; colors,
aigned to amuse children as well as k
them comfortable either in the ertb
is in ?.plendid holiday readiness, and wc
offer some fine specials that are very
For slumher robes, couc-h covers snd
Reautlf"! patterns in fancy Roman
stripes an-i floral patterns, axaa, sa.ps>.
?.-..on , : ?7.50.
g&m med COafFORTa, $2.tr? ssv
Warmth without trelgdrl in t^ee? ry>m
fnrts. V.'xTV inrheo. filled with puTe. white,
laminated . otton a nd cover, d with the best
grade of fancy SUkedlBS both sides ever:
wanted coloi x
Marseilles Quilts?Special, $3.19
Hemmen Marseilles Quilt = 1C-4 In beautiful floral patterr
ind wreath centres. These quilts are noted for their est-eptlonall
ps' t? rna
Christinas Specials in Millinery
$5 to $8.50 Trimmed Hats, $3.75
To-morrow morning we'll place on sa> a btg
assortment of Trimmed Hats at $3.75 each.
They we-e all taken from our ?S 00 to It 30 lots.
Msny choice styles. r-0me early.
Trimmed Mourning Hats and Toque.s
at Reduced Prices
rll with shite ,
Fin WER? FOR THKIOHMf.t: ?PI.( Ml. rrtirnt
A new lot just in. including orchids. -? o>ts,
gardenia* panaies and lilies, in s-ridltiou |o taaall
bouquets of dainty combinations U> wear oi. .your
coat or furs.
Add These to Your Xmas List
1 Crocheted Shawls, 89c to $2
I All-wool, nil white or with colored
; border? Invaluable as a lightweight
Knit Skirts. 59c to $2.25
Cotton and wool. aM coiois. *tta
contrasting border effect.
For *o"r min or so me bod y else's Oiristnia? ?.lft.
Pompadour Silk Kimonos, $4.98
Beautiful effects ;n red and blue silk, fchiried across the
hack, wide silk bor.lrr: vtry dainty negligees.
Oriental Rug Sale
LtXIHIOIS ftlFTS?LOW PRICETI
You'll save na much as one-half oa some nag?.
Nick le-plated, mounted on atanJ.
f-peclai. $1.5?, $I.B8. $2.S5 and M-?5. the
nilrror at the latter price being a new
Brsss. $1.25: nick -. $1.5?.
You Can Afford a NEW TAILORED SUIT
and Still Have Money for Xmas Gifts
to S23.7.-.1 for $2*50 to $*?.7.V for S3?.On to S4S.no
for SI.-..00 and S27.V? j for $S5.00 and $37.50 ; for $45.00 and ?47
Snlts- su|tii st,lta.
Everv Tailored Suit in the house is included in the above.
Japanese Antimony Ware
makes a useful as well as ornamental Christmas gift
All sorts of pretty pieces in silver and gold finish.
Our own importation.
'tump Boxe?, 25c. .tV and -V>c.
2-Rottle Ins f aKInrts. S2 2V
Ink Wells, ?V
rlower Stands, si r-o and $3.25
f andle sticks. $1.25 and $3-25.
Hetpl* Holders, and $1 25
Jewel Boxe*. 75c SI.;.*.. SI M ?od
PI ft tl re Frame?. .'.Hr. S5e. $1 ?5.
Trays. 1?e. SAe np to $t.25.
rent Ttlsbea, $1.75 aad $1 95.
SILKS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
Many at Special Prices
40 in. $1.25 Pompadour Beaded Chiffon, 97c yd
44 in. $2 Pompadour Bordered Beaded Chiffon, $1.49 yd
We can promise these Silk? at the reduce^ price*, but for
Monday only l-ieautuul shades of cream, pink, light blue and
$1.50 Bordered Mesial irr
Wai$ting, $1.19 yd
17 inches wide, black with
white horder. black with red and
gr?e-: border, navy witri gold and
e~e*n border: and navy with
light b'ie and green r^rue.
$1 Bordered Silk Diagonal
Waistiog, 79c yd
1' t""".es wide in Mack nsV
snd plum grounds, with hairline
stripes and border of whtte
Warp Printed Silk?, $1 yd
Taffetas -?salines. 74
Inches wide: especially d?sirahl?
for fancy work
New Tob Silk?
rv. us r??, ??-ir.? m
heliotrope, light ar.d medium
blue, black, etc.
20 lache? wide, 3Sr yd.
.IS Incbe* wMe, 75c yd
$2 aed M laches wide. * -ra.
von will *lnd *ove .??r ff? ?orf-s .if hat
tie. translstlons from the PtnapnTh,
?a/red vevsee. I1n?s to the fla*- M(j a:
?-.?epMona-lly frne collection of versus
to "Tb? ffrci of the FYtaeo ~*
Tom will not b*> disappointed :r r- ?
volume. and It in recomm?>nded to ?11
lovers of poetrv
"Fal-a aad Fetew.->
Bv Caroline French Berken r?a-ia.
F.s'-s * OB*, of Boston. Maes, II.IS net.
Women who are constantly In eeareh
of new Ideas to enliven churrb fairs
and fetes of all klnde ? '< ti rend-r
them financial end soeial successes will
welcome a-ladlv such a volume a?
"Faire and Fetea." which contain* a
arreat rnur noveltle? for different
periods of the yea' and for *v?rr dav
Among, the autumn f?tes r-.thine
could he prettier 'hen the festival of
Bobln lf'?od a-*d h'? M?rr1. V?-.. a- 1
the festival of the trees or a leaf
Can Cancer Be Cui ed7
The ieseid of tbe Kellarr, Float feat it
? tthont parallel Pn buttery, tavtrs
? red to etar cared permaneaUr with
evt tbe as? ef the knife ar X -?j nvwr
be per eonf. of the man- fcwndr?o* er
s .ffrrore from esaeor whteh has
i -e'?d dnrinp pe?f d'loaa reora
We ba?e beea ead?rvea ar th? leasts
and la?nd*satwre ef virgin's ? ? ?
? ? er? I U??S
F*twart*?? t i a'eS feeo
_aair ta-tast ? ?>? aaaaaa,
? rrassi St. ? e e v.. u. r>>. e.
pacty. though In a list of ten enter?
tainment* latitude of choice certainl
t?. allowed The some Is true of festi?
val* in winter, spring and fimmtr
The deecriptlv* text and the illus?
trations render these fet-* arid enter
tjunmenta especially helpful for gge>
, teases and others In charge of young
people, whoa* Inclination* always tarn
toward amusements of a spectacular
For church fairs and money-rr*?king
' purposes the book can he highly re
Ft* Zons -?nie IVoet-at.-a s !/???-.
I V. Solon The Marmlllan ' 'e-nranv. of
I New York. II ?0 net.
Z>>na dale baa earned the rwssadadtea
cf heing a most humenittd and vital?
ised writer ad eaaMBunftv and village
:?fe ?to-ie* fhrtttmas I* a P k
nahe* the whole world fctr. -nd ?*?".
to the un'isual quality w?i<-h disttn
auishea Iba Zone dale hook, tue aptrtt
of rhrrstrno* Is adi*fd. fh? ?:?-? I
corrKS ?n* that all men and women
ar? hetter for -eadira and i? rr?mr>?"
Se.1 ?lorte? <? Tell to * fell See*
ftv Saaa ?~"on- Sry-ar'. T1Hi*,'a*ed
In color r> ratfen VCIeon llour*
ton M ffi*-. rVmpnrr. r.f TV?-?o-. and
ah " 1 o-i< $t se
Th ?? ?Mraydve ChriW--.ss ItooV eon -
stier? twenty-rune te.?-d ?tcer^ t \\.
tng 'a^orltee nf the . Vid-?e T"h?v
?-. .?.-.nM that w',1 1Pfr"-' Uni?
on** rd?w-*e that esui He -oie wtth
.. .. r?W?- - ? ?n?:
etta* end an he read Wi thta* d-ho go
r ? -o- T? ^o.ja s- Vi-a ??. *?,4
rtore ?uVtahle stories for 'h* littl?- or-, t
ttdi on* has ee snoes: of i?? ? -
(hat o-U strike ta We -wry heart of
?.r.? Shftd and (?<tto-'( ,v.?'- ?? ? ? pa- t?f?i the o?+jrpr?ad nrr? of w. rag s
t.riv f ?#t t* ? lend ?vf leisure and of the
Tn Ms pr-raee the author uvi Thiel mci t> heart
toeesrwrd ta written from the Pia*-- "Sur* a land I wotiid might unfold
time Oountry of out Eeetern ?tate?. i ?hont the open fire tn trie dreaming
the ooaat of Maine. Here the little i eyes of every oh IM Who hears these
brown rabbit wait* eemtldently by the j little storiea. PV>r there 1e w4adoiii
-oadsrid? till tft' h-iman animal is all, found and true content?rn lereuro
bag abreast of him The squirrel pelfs ' with the men \ heart"
with broken a-o-n e-;pn the 'ntrud'- The many colored !Ilt*tetrat;ors are
w?-o gjgaajaaaaj hie favorite red oak. j ?<v>ll?nt and greatly add to the at
Ses anil* soar overhead so clo?e that tra.tivene.es of the text. Tbla booh
one eon traoe the outline of th?*r'?aat be heartily commended to the llttta
*lerdect fh?h-l!ke oodles hane-Tg b?- one*. It cannot fall to please
GROWS BEAUTIFUL HEAVY HAIR,
IE PROVE 11-25 CENT "DANDERINE"
Destroys dandruff Stops failing hair Cleans and .ntigorare?
>our scalp Delightful dressing.
To be r?osec?serJ of a head of heavy,
lesmtiful hair s?,ft. iustron- flulfy . ?ayv
and free from dandruff ?*????.'? , e
-.f wine, a ii'fk* Partdc'tne
!? t- ca-\ and tricMKnsnr to have uire.
. ? r\m'r"f \ and ?ithin 'en m
?ill be ah arpraraoee of
about tarn ?eck-' t:?e ahrn you ?all ?eg
new hair -hne and downv at hrat?yes -
but reallv new hair sprout nig out all
nwt vn n -lalj: I MndrTino i>. a r hg-ltca e.
the cnlv ? irr hair grower; dc?iroyrr re*
Handniff and cure for itrhv ?<alp. and fi
nrtrf ! ?il? he -trp falling hair at Over*
If \m.i v. ant to prore rbftw pretty and
?oft vouf hair -eslry t? rTKMften a cfotH
? itb a Id tie Danderitw and 'srejfu"
i? thrr -igh - i? S| - -raking nr>*
~. . ? ???-,?>-e *?? ?<?;- h| - ej-fl
|v -'.ft .-jo bat'iftfuJ in rt?g? s fear
I gvjcaeo'r?? deJijhtf jl t irss-iae a* site
i e t.'i es? aha trat? n * J i T -am as I