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WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBEK 18, 190f.
Donaldson's Glass Block siore Minneapolis. 9,900 Square Feet Given Over to Toys in the Basement. German French American Friction Toys Electric Toys Hot Air Toys Wooden Toys Steel Toys The finest collec tion ever exhibit ed by us. Every new novelty was secured by our Toy buyer, who personally visit ed the European markets for you. NEW French Automat ic Toys shown for the first time here. Come, see them. Wide aisles. No crowding. Bring tbe Children. DOLLS Large and smali. Dolls' Trousseaus Dolls' Furniture Dolls' leweiry Dolls' Outfits DOLLS More than you ever saw in one place before. Send for our Cat alog. Sent Free upon receipt of your name and address. I TO BRACE DP RATES i . ""-— ~ —! "1 — - . < Executive Officials Will Meet in j Chicago This Week. ! K. W. CONDITIONS MORE STABLE I Xortliern. Line* l.ouieu Up on Car* ' and May Relieve the ' , Shortage. , Executive officers of both eastern and i western roads are to meet Friday to dis- ■ cuss the rate situation. Cutting is gen- ] oral on many western lines and <the condi- , tions are far from ideal in the east. The < presidents will make a New Year's resolu- ' tlon in the hope of "bracing rates in vari- ] ous sections. At present rates out of , Chicago are being cut 25 per cent. Tho i demoralization is very pronounced in ' Union Pacific territory. ] Traffic conditions are holding rates well , up to tariff in the northwest. With all i shippers in Minneapolis this week, the ' Deed of cars is great. The flour manu- \ facturers to-day bid % cent premium on i wheat in the cars of the Milwaukee, ' North-Western and Wisconsin Central. ' None of the northwestern roads is cutting \ on flour rates as has been charged within i the past few days by eastern traffic men. ' There is a deviation from the regular tar- ] iff rate on export flour of 2 cents per , j 100, but this reduction comes as a result i of the conditions in eastern traffic circles. ' In Denver territory and in many sec- | tions of the east the spectacle is present- , cii of rates being slashed by roads which i at the same time are short of cars to sup- ' ply their regular traffic. This phase is to \ be discussed at the president's meeting i Friday. The fault is laid at the door of ' some of the most prominent traffic mana- ' gers. • ■■ I Car Situation. May Be Relieved. \ Th» car situation locally promises to ' improve through the recent decision of the \ Great Northern and Northern Pacific to j , allow their cars to go east of the Minne- h sota transfer. The two coast lines have j | strictly followed the rule of keeping their j, cars in their own territory since the big i rush began in the summer. ' Grain and Flour Shipment)). ■ East-bound shipments of grain out of ', Chicago last week amounted to 2,095,000 i bushels, a decrease of 57,000 bushels as ' compared with the previous week, but an \ increase of 681,000 bushels over tine cor- ii responding week of last year. Flour ship- j ' ments were 204,571 barrels, a decrease ] i from the preceding week of 12,058 barrels, , but an increase of 114,611 barrels over the h same week of last year. Provision ship-j ' ments were 26,776 tons, a decrease of 4,736 ' tons from the preceding week, and an in- , crease of 7,130 tons over the corresponding i week of last year. ' Teachers' Holiday Rates. i The Western Passenger Association has i decided to grant the teachers a holiday h rate of one fare and a third. Tickets will ' be sold Dec. 19, 20 and 21, and will be good , for return until Jan. 6. i SEW NORTH-WESTERN TIME ■ The Revised Schedule Will Go Into ', Effect Dec. 22. J The North-Western is the first of the ■ Chicago lines to announce changes in its ] Chicago schedule according to the agree- i ment made at the recent meeting in C.M !' cago. General Passenger Agent Toasaale ' announces that, beginning Dec. 22. ] through sleepers will be dropped from the i west bound fast mail. It will leave Chi- ' cago at 6:30 p. m. and carry coaches to i] Eau Claire, Wis. North of "Eau, Claire i, the train will be composed of baggage and h express cars only. The North- Western ' Limited will leave Minneapolis at B■' o'clock in the evening instead of 7:30 and L arrive in Chicago at 9:25 the next morn- i ing. Westbound the limited will leave Chi- ' j < ago at 6:80 -In the evening arriviug in ] | Minneapolis at 8 the next morning. Mr. < j Teasdale says that the North-Western < will announce other changes within a ' short time. : ; MELLEX IS SILEXT ' i Refuses to Discuss Recent Develop- \ ment.s Affecting the N. P. i President Mellen of the Northern Pa- , cific refuses to discuss any of the recent i . events connected with the affairs of that ' road. He returned from the east yester- ] day, but to all questions he gave non- i j commital answers. He said that he knew i nothing of plans to have President Un- ( derwood of the Erie succeed him. He re- ( fused to discuss any feature of the North- i crn Securities company controversy. i Improvements on the I. «fc >l. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul has just ' completed plans for extensive track improve- ' nieiits ou the lowa & Minnesota division, in ' Minnesota. Work will begin early in the ' spring. The big grade between Xorthfield :' anfl Farmlngton is to be reduced and much i' work will be done on the line from Miuneapo- ! lis through Farlbault to Austin. Crews will begin work in a short time on the double , Harking of sixty miles of line on the La i Crosse division, between Portage and Tomah, i Wls. . | 1!>OO Taxes Declared Void. I Special to The Journal. i Crystal Fallls, Mich., . Dec. 18.—The city i taxes, with the exception of the street dis- i Trict taxes levied in the year 1900, have been i declared void by the auditor general and can- i celed on the petition of several property own- i ct<--. Jt r-as held that the taxes were illegal ' because the supervisors equalized between ' the several wards of the city, w-hile it is pro- ' vided by law that the city shall be treated ' an a unit. The wards were properly equal- | i/.ed by the municipal board, but the county ( board's re-equalization vitiated the roll. Killed Ity Too Min-li Competition. \ Special to The Journal. Manistique, Mich., Dec. 18.—After an un- ' successful career, the local brewery, a co- I operative concern in which many of the sa- !, loon-keepers of the town were interested, has j, passed into the hands of Detroit and Cleve- , land men. The company started a year ago, | ( with a cash capital of $15,000, on the price of 1 1 beer being raised by the Milwaukee and i other concerns doing business here. After i i the local brewery was in operation, the out- 11 aiders cut prices to a point with which the ! i Manistique company was unable to compete, ' and its downfall is due to this cause. ' Buy United States Fuel Oil stock now. ij "Write for new prospectus. , Smart Weed and Belladonna, combined ' with the other ingredients used in the • \ best porous plasters, make Carter's S. W. ! i & B. Backache Plasters the best in the ' market. Price 25 cents. The Two Best Ways to California ', in TUroiiK'h Cars. On Tuesdays leave Minneapolis 9:30 a. i m., St. Paul 10:00 a. m., via North- ' Western Line to Omaha, thence via Union \ Pacific and Ogden to San Francisco and i Los Angeles, with no travel on Sunday. < On Saturdays leave Minneapolis 9:30 a. ' m., St. Paul 10:00 a. m., via North-West- \ crn Line to Kansas City, thence via Santa i Fe Route, through New Mexico to Los ' Angeles. Sleeping car berth $6.00. Each berth ] large enough to accommodate two per- , sons. i These are the two most popular routes ' for California travel, and if you contem- \ plate visiting there, maps, rates and in- , formation will be furnished free at No. i 382 Robert street, St. Paul; No. 413 Nic- ' ollet avenue, Minneapolis, or address T. |' W. Teasdale, general passenger agent, \ St. Paul. , Three Splendid Trains Every day—2 on Sunday—on Northern Pa cific's "Duluth Short Line" to Duluth and the Superiors. These trains head the list, of course, because they are Northern Pa cific trains. Soo Line Holiday Excurnions. Very low round-trip rates to all points east; tickets on sale Dec. 12 to 22. To all points in Canada, dates of sale, Dec. 12 ' to 15. Between all local stations, Dec. ' 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30 and 31 and' Jan. j 1. For particulars apply to W. B. i Chandler, Agent, 119 3d st S. | THE MINNEAPOLIS JOUENAE. j Minneapolis Dry Goods Co. | Minneapolis Dry Goods Co. | MinneapoTis~Dry~Qoods Co." S^SSL. Five Days and Nights; then ChristmasHs^^r 119^ |: whether you buy gift-things here or Whatever presents you have to buy, you must scamper now. Santa's train won't You win find the evening very de .: ;,; not, if you have parcels to man or reg- wait. He S One of mOSt methodical Of fellows, When it COmeS tO Christmas. ■ : «in*i e for shopping; especially this !; "£ " TATti^lrS S Arid what a happy Christmas this is going to be ! : % ;. postoffiee, use the new mailing station We ye never sold so many gift-things before — and the five biggest days are ahead t They are more like the mornia :; he£ th ' of us. In looking.around, don't forget the store that makes special preparation for you; uylTlZ^Tt :, , ' i It's on the balcony. • morrhonHkp thnt ie M/nrtKtr n«^ ,^V,;i.. ««. ~A J " you cannot get to the store in per ill It is in charge of a post office em- , merchandise that IS WOrthy and Worthily priced. son, our mail order system! is an up ;<; pioyee, : and under the jurisdiction of Anyway, isn tit better to link your confidence at Christmas to the store that to-dat« house .telephone, and win xe ; 1; the main office. serves you best: the year round? -If it can please you eleven months of the year, it cer- spondtoyour call Instanter ;! close by the Hectors. tainly can in December, when many stocks are double and three times normal size. _££ »you u£. llltown 'botherus^8 i| Some Small Furs Some Splendid Books Antique Brasses and Gas Portable Lamps j| for Christmas Gifts. Young and Old Will Enjoy. Oriental Decorations. and Other Good Lamps 1; Which do you prefer? ,■. , «.B?P f°ni of adventure stories like Folks hose thoughts turn to the An- If IS. n„' '• . \ ! Here are Muffs and Scarfs of Mar- the Henty Books. tiaue and are fond of it will admire the *ti If you're -a user of ten, Krimmer. Otter, Astrakhan, Elec- . Her. is a lot of them at 25c—bound « o lle«tion we have fathered for eitt - M gaS «d- have no !; trie Seal, Stone 'Marten, Sable or Isa- in maroon cloth, polished back and nurnosas gainerea ror gut «£S? . portable lamp, you '!• bella Fox gilt tops. F ™ -oXL- t t> •«£S3^W are missing half the , ut-iiaxox. • i. i _ , There are Persian Inoense Burners ,^*J^ 1,.-,..,, ftf if ■ Muffs from 75c to 15.00. other good books boys like are: and Vases—not only rare but exceed /SSs£_!l^ luV} Ty ,• X v These for thp ffmwniinq The Bandit Mouse, 98c. in ly donative. Olyr; e-b"eX"ed .4p«^ M-JJ-*-* --: f^tt xr-rwhite La.ni, ssfijffSSfep JT^^^nA^. ■ I j_£? ■&£: ; and Angora sets—Mutt and collar to g< Father Goose, 89c. dinieres, Copper Trays inlaid with ' IB «>r _amps. UH, yes, ,;, match—9Bc to $5.00. And this special Bigger boys, and some real old big , Porcelain, and Jewel Cases that are as /*] W th-nf - i; for Thursday: . boys will want to read Thompson pretty as they can be (I It xt 1 1 i ' ' ) f^^ "«ft^??Ssf*s*. Children's foeton s U lid Animals 1 have Known.'' From Turkey comes Beggar Bowls. (y^^o^^^>\ c t n »% \, '< setsoffancy We're selling it for $1.50. " Wanuine Pans, Water Pipes and many M^^^3) closinT^wK? nufi trim 1 o LoUISe M- Alcott'S "Little Wome»" other pieces you'll like to see-and y^ggZgg^ wero Wf fron ll i trf&fs-ftjfSJts. Children's beton s U lid Animals I have nothing From Turkey comes Beggar Bowls f_SfiS&_sS_&\ were left from "* * A 1 4^HNS_-_ sets of fancy We're selling it for $1.50. Warming Pans, Water Pipes and many fiKSKSHi) l IX « i Tl& ~^lhll- IHKfi^iKß!^^ better m books.',: . . From the Russians we gather Sam- So take them at fifty and severity five JSill? ililill b°T' *P- UrS K Encyclopedias, too. Here is Rid- ovars, Ewers, Trays, Drip Cups, Can- per cent reduction 7 : '^fflHßil t nnor Ca P^ American, which covers the delabra; Copper Tea Pots, Ferneries, P * m t X WWW WWmjJF a ri ° ? l° c r 0 ? whole field of.all the others-just the etc.-many of these pieces are worth \ "" , . i lar iJ „..,,,..), edged with lamb and fringe. thing for the scholar. much more than wo have marked them. There are "Doings" in \ $1.89 the set. $16 00 VlumeS ' $70°-Published at From India we get Benares Vases, the Handkerchief Store. I! Left of Entrance. ' % R -,, M -p r» i tt it> _ Moradibad Vases, Jars and Bottles; Things are getting exciting around '«! Uostairs in-the Suit saries—what not Books, Hymnals, Ko- dicier Ewers, rays, Vases and Boxes. the Handkerchief store as we get near > Upstairs in the Suit . saries-what not. Then there are delightful pieces from *? the finish line. Pretty busy place j and the Garment Store. *•.»—* Bombay and Algiers that will add to as it deserves to be 7 7 P ' J Women's Box Coats in black, castor Every Well Known • the Oriental-ness of your home • . Here's a lot of'women's and men's I; or brown Kersey cloth; made with notch Kind of Perfume Here. Japanese Gongs, too. We ye gath- Belfast, linen, hemstitched, we're going and storm collars; lined with merceriz- Ro£?er and GftllpH B ™ PiTinml , fl ? red of them, for they form an to sell at reductions for Thursday V p j ,„*„„„ I: t> itoger and Gallett s, _bd. Pinaud s, important part m the home that is The 15 wnt WnH for m Were $8 75 and $7 50 Now $4 98 Rlf-f Bradley* Woodwork's rightly furnished. • The 6 2oSt ££ fo° ft I ( W^ 19 wrSt n !l% rL d Col 2ate 8 famous extracts-in bulk. carpet store-Third Floor. The 25-cent kind for 20c. j, Women s 42-mch Automobile Coats Buy what you like— all sizes of The 35-cent kind for 25c. ;,; in tan Kersey, with high storm collars, fancy bottles FanCY Hosiery in ■ * The s°-cent kind for 35c. !i stitched and strapped seams; lined with _^ n -.•_»», / , .. ■'" , The same rednptioTics nT>r.lir id a lof I heavy satin Perfume Atomizers from 48c. Both Women's and Men's. Rtf ™ ™ ff actions apply to a lot ( a/«iS •*/i * coo en Perfume Sprinklers from 25c. m w , i * -n of Women Embroidered and Lace ,;! At $16. oO instead of $22.»0. ■ * muu' The Women's lace stockings are 50c Trimmed Novelties Fine and sWr ;!; Walking Skirts in grays, browns, blue In the same store— a thought for the to $1,75 the pair; the silk ones are $1.00 Finer sorts reduced, too ]• and black; flounce and flaring effect; me: . «..,«. . . to $2.50. Convent embroidered extra fine and '! perfect fitting, and hanging. "" ' aving Sets in. China, imitation The Men's fancies are 25c to $1.00. sheer linen; hemstitched or scalloped I! The $7.50 kind for $3.98 ' edge wood, and so forth. Up from 48c. . Can you think of anything more ac- edges. hemstlt^ed oi scalloped ■!; Silk Waists in new shades. Some of ' Smoking Sets in the new skull shape, ceptable for a gift, than a box of ° The 75 epnt k .. nfl -- n I; them op.n-in-back. They're $439. like which everyone is talking about. either? The 95-cent kind for 75c j!jj There'll be busy minutes in the Cloak 98c to $2.89 a set. A wealth of new designs and color- The 1.10 kind for 89c. .<! Store, Thursday. Everything in Brushes, from the or- ings— a good many exclusive novelties T,£ e }•£ j^ll^ for 1-03- I; 'second Floor. binary to the finest Militaire. that you'll only see here. _ * hf ll 50 k'nd for 125 5 . « L . , cross Aisle. Ri?ht of Center Initial Handkerchiefs: in the Worn ,!] Lace Curtains and . | 7 en's for as little as 10c; in the .Men's for ;!; Draperies for Christmas. t t rj^ A ]\ /i i 15c< Hand-embroidered, of course. :!| It is but natural for our Upholstery MOW OOITIP OVS AFP /V\f\ C\ P Children's plain initial in fancy box ! man to propose that he has the only _ * * i. M T. W1 **^ lW J ° /A 1 C ] V ICIUC' cs 5 » m box for 21c and 29c. ■!• things that people ought to give for M , « a little tot wants to know how some of the Toys and playthings, which If you buy a Quarter's worth of any .'! gifts; that's what he's paid for. j~l : she finds m her stocking, are made. Wonder if a whole lot of youngsters kind Thursday, you get a fancy "box for :!| The list he sends to the advertiser to- , f W. OU i' * think more of their resents if we told them. nothing. !' day, gives some idea of how well he Most ot them come from, Thuringeri, Germany. They are , not made in big, Beiow cross Aisle. \ backs&his assertion. roomy factories such as we have here. But instead, in the homes of tke poor peo- „ Wnil!H Yn .. I it« ||l Odd pairs of Lace Curtains, for in- ? le \ member of the family works, from the wee tot of four or five years, now WOUICI ¥OU Like 'I! stance'; and because they're odd pairs to the andparents. _ • / to Give Them an Apron? <:«i you buy them at Half . Price— which " When the older members of the family get past the working age, they have to New Apron store this morning— !jl; means $5, $3.75 and $1.98 the pair. £?,""? thf ods made to the market, and bring home new materials to make more. help us sell more aprons. End of Hos !»|! A few pairs of Ruffle Net Curtains Ine writer has seen real old women carrying almost as much as it would be ex- ierv counter, near elevators. ft are marked $1.49 to go in a hurry. pected a horse could draw • Many styles at 25c ij Then there all sorts of Draperies at . ml? i^T^-,! ? I*^ *? Sell foT five and ten Cents are made m Neu- ■ Fine lawn finished with nlaitn in $7.50 to $2.35 the pair, that would be ££ h/ little children stuff the bodies as well as many other parts of the work. sert and embroidery Muffles appreciated in any home, to say noth- " they dl<^> there would be^no; five and ten cent Dollies in America-they must ?«™ embroidery , e9; K „. V ing of the Couch Covers (as cheap as be made cbeap enouh lo send all °ver the world. lea Aprons from 25(3 to 75c, The I'll $5:00) and many other 'tilings - Do you think the families are not happy over there? Oh, yes, they are! For new round effects, trimmed with fancy !:!' Sofa Pillows at $2.»0. ' they know no other life ' and they live very cheaply. Sometimes they have meat no mines, lace edges .and Swiss «mbroid j!j! These are covered in Silk Velour oftener than once a month. But they have a substitute every day; wonder how cries« 'X very handsome in design and work. \ ' •• man y children here know what it is? Maids' aprons,with lapels over should i|<! If you want to make your own pil- Most all of the wooden toys and cheap dolls come from Thuringen. The metal ei> or in the sailor collar styles. Em !'!; lows, we've the Down Cushions, 22- toys are made at Nurnburg. Maybe we shall write of them later. broidery ruffles. 35c to 98c. 'I 1 inch size, to sell until they're gone, for _^. " 5 wit* K\ ♦ **• T « ]! 49c— much less than usual. Of course, we wouldn t have all this to say about Toys; unless K(* Uive J nei? * Sword Bayonets-^for the boys, or for the Toys were here for you to see. What a Basement store it is! Something in furniture? «| decorative purposes. Just two hundred Bargains everywhere, especially in lots we're anxious to clean up If it's a girl—a Mm»ic Cabinet or ij at 29c each. SecondFloor^ . before the final; crush of Monday and Tuesday. . Dressing Table or Writing Desk. I 1 ' />.. r»« •*■ ~ —— " —_____ it it's a man—a Shaving Stand or Gibson Pictures Napkins and Linens Some Splendid News Library Table or Morris Chair, or a and Stationery Things. Make Desirable Gifts. of Fine Dress Goods. De T Bk ' , . , i| The Pictures are 2oc. . tt ■ . ta- xt i . en t . -m • -, t-, • -, , „ If it's for the home, any one of a !; : Gibson's best sketches, mounted on . , . Here is a Dinner Napkin of fine Irish Etammes, real French and German thousand things that are here—all ach j! heavy mats—ready to frame. Think , lnen .tnat^we usually get, $2.50 the make-mohair and wool; a little better i ng to be on somebody's Christmas }of buying a real Gibson for a Quarter! (lo, zen for ' i .thaj, Thursday buyers vrill than we can turn out here. tree. The Box Papers are of many kinds, ta^^ ry che,p. f^lS^^SS ( . A sple.did Furniture Store at all l«rtE« aCCeptabl9-help y°U tO m°re Another kind-saiin finish, double. The 150 ™iu6»tl» times, but never quite so. good as just ;;An"' these further hints: damask at § 3.2-worth a dollar more. iJ^Sfe " ' —• < Calenders 100 to 98 Some folks prefer to give sets— table Anoiner in DiaeK GoW Pencils 25c and up. 'doth and napkins to match. They are < Storm Ser *' 50 inches wide all Fo | ks Continue to j! Silver Pens, fee and up . here from $3.69 to $12.50. ™> > *<*? he*jy; full ™nd twill; the - R»v RiKhons for Clf** j; Address Books. 25c and up. Mexican Doilies, with two rows of 7oc quality—£>9c. Buy KIDOOIIS TOl OlltS. !" A^n%^i bUC'V" 00 ■ : hand-drawn work, and fringed. You And these in colors: Baby Ribbons that you twist into all j! Tuvenille l?p'ef 10c to l3oc can take away a dozen at 15c each— All-wool Homespuns, 50 inched wide; sorts o f shapes to make gifit-things look < Waterman Fountain Pens,2.so. ,\ the usual price is 19c., ?' a7 s an(J Oxfords. ;■ Instead of 69c, pre tty. To say nothing of Visiting, Shop- Spachte! Shams and Scarfs-A splen- their usual price, Thursday at 39c. 10-yard spools, 10c. I; pinp, Laundry and other lists -that did lot. What we have sold for 39c Waistings-hundreds of - kinas from 50-yard spools 45c I; Womenfolk like to have around. and 48c are here Thursday at 25c. 2o° to $L 2° the yara - _ _ . All-silk and Satin or Grosgrain in '! inßasemer.' ■•.-.■ sth street Tne ne^est is a Bedford PoinUlle, No. 2 width, full line of colors; 23c for i - in Basement. ; • jin jireei. - i .j 1 j t» 11 1 j. Nt: ■ i m ' c 1 i ' ■ !■ • .%".'■; • g with sideband—a Dollar value at 75c, a bolt of ten yards. j! Camels Hair Tarns Umbrellas Make a Fm street. Washable Taffetas, all-silk, in white, j! for This Cold Weather. Very Attractive Gift. . Pair'of rinv^is cream, black and thirty-seven colors. f She's a sensible sirl who Dacks away There are Umbrellas here for $1.25 * !!. i.°V^. No. 40 at 12^c the yard. \ aTf MT f packs away 1»J two years ago, would have cost Of a Glove Certificate. | No. 60 at loc the^rd. the hat with the feathers and furbelows , year» ago, wouiu uave cost onthec>assAisu and dons a Tain O'Shanter, while Jack a half more '' and even then, Dot so If you're going to give gloves, unless Frost is playing tricks with the ther- pretty. ' ■ . ,- . you're sure of the size, we think you'll Dollies for Little ! mometer. t* Cheaper ones and higher priced— like this certificate idea. Tots to Throw Around. ; A lot of new ones just here-in some for as much as Light Dollars. Pay us the required am.unt for the sZ&Se** Where's th« white ,ray, red nary brown and f"£ and Wome^s J^ kind of gloves yL wish to g[re . we'll chiYd who would I mixed colorings. They're 98c_ : , ofnobby andattractne handles best give you the printed form, and the re- fc M not appreciate an Some Scotch Tarns and Toques in iro^ n OT X is the new Wicker Case cipient of yOUr gift can be fitted, to her 1- ¥ indestructible dol ; fancy colors are pried 60c, that they ■ i Ei^LLian's clevL tLueht own taste. >C< ly-oneof the ;• may sever their acquaintance with us —an - JJingiisnman s clever thought. . Right of center. v^^^V l-ind , wmi M n 'f «' befo re Cist™ _; _ p They come m various colors and are $3. Candy for Stockings ' /f ■ \ kina sne woman z 'i Some^eWsents New Sty.c Fancy - Candy for Stockings / \ A have to i y over, I SMBd F!oor- anel f ' rL,,; etmais T -_e f V 1 because it broke l; Some Nice Presents New Style Fancy wt and for chr|stmas Trees. % A 1 8o _ v ? lhaTare Downltairs :.,/'. Bi.k Hose Supporters, .. . , what, Prl« y°u •hoo. tow™ I / (I These are p.t --,' iiidL are uowribldirs. rv » for Candies.be assured of getting the 1/ \I / tern Dollies saw !; Two of these are 25c to SI. 50 the pair. , very best kinds. M/ VI dust hair, or a '! _ of particular inter- ' ac? air m a separate box-all The regular department in the Base- ■ W> Pl^ roll of cotton for > est to boys ready to give away. _ very color. ment overflows on to the main floor, \ "^fr / filling a few \ JlSPSnPi^n Express Wag- We're selling a lot of them. near stairway-sweetmeats are every- wJ L=J stitches—an d it ; \ /^^^o^s ons > built of steel And h f 8 a useful gift hint for the w here. M M stands before you ■;!.: S_SN^-^vf_^ so th«y 11 last; wo™an who sews. t> t ii^ ! • :'* Whether for a single stocking, or for MI M life sized. :J W& SU-^ extralwell made,. . Fa, nc > r. Nee L dle Bcxirf ll #I k^ ds ? f a whole row of them; or for Sabbath '. 11 | • 20-inch, 15c. J prettily painted. U needles in each one. 18c to §1.00 each. Schools and Churches, do yourself the . Jjjl W&1, : "< Stuffed'Boc. -!';> " The 98-cent kind for 89c. ' - • :. , Left; Aisle. justice of looking and pricing here. , V fl \l ■' H?"l^' l\ c' < The 1.25 kind for 1.10. • == _ == ______ =: = =:= __^^ \JJ Vfit btuffed, 75c. . J' The 1.48 kind for 1.35. ~ \ ~~ ~~~~~7~ ~ '■ r ~ ~ ~* Close by the Dolls for Thursday, is < The 1.75 kind for 1.50. Iff 9 4* T\ f* 1 /^ a lot of 21-inch Cushions, filled with < Coaster Sleds, ball-bearing, so they'll If/I %t%t\ (\*\i(%£\\tC* \iP^kl if AA/iO I £\ fluffy medicated cotton, steer easily. All that are here, worth If I I |C_/I fllllS lIV 111IIit IS LJ I They are 25c ;up to $I.6o—now 75c and 98c. If lillil Vi* l/VflilJ "*J vIWWw Wt Basement. 9