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lSmoot,Coff?Fi I &, MeCalley, I i J2B6 P 55*. 'Phone 725 i* n ? * ? > J Fashionable 5 * Neckwear. } Tlie newest and prettiest & ^ styles in Liberty Silk, Net fc ? and Chiffon Ruffs, in black, & ^ white and choice ^ ^ colors; priced up di * IE 5 from &1.00 fc ft ^ ? Long Fluffy Marabou and ; ijf Coque Feather Boas, Stoles ? % and Scarfs, in black, brown ^ ^ and evening # % shades; priced up fc ^ from ^ A splendid showing o( fc 5 Crepe and Liberty Silk Scarfs & g in the prettiest plain and ^ m printed effects; $1.50 i jji priced up from.. ^ J New Gloves. * An excellent stock of Kid ? Gloves, in 8, 12 and 16-but- ? g ton lengths. All the best . * makes in black, white and ^ J fashionable shades ^ 1 Special line of I and 2-clasp ^ f Gloves, $i. , ,, ^ * r^sn: ~ & * VCBBBOga- * ^ New line of 18-lnch |>laln and & ft. fancy mesh veiling in black and fc white, all black and 'T) g= _ Aj r stylish colors; priced ^r^C. . (t up from, yd k 5 The latest styles in Made ^ ^ Veils of lace and chiffon?all ^ ^ desirable shades. ^ ? New Robes. i j An elegant stock of Fine ? * i T? i u : * ^ imported i\o?es, emulating ^ I? the handsomest and most ex- ^ ? elusive styles. $ New lllack and White ^ ^ Spangled Robe s? $ + rich effects?priced ti fh i ? up from ^ Smoot,Coffer<&McCaflley,* * 1216 F Street. 5 *w gr v r ^ v Mould you Sacrifice the Roof for $1? - Maybe tbe roof hasn't leaked before, bat that'* oo Idurtalce tor the future The next atnrui may develop Teak* tltaftl rain the walla ami paper. A coat of FL'KR OXIDE OF IRON ROOF I'AI N'T will make the e fl roof proof afatnat leaka. Gallon ** " f hoc P ??7th.t .w. M. 27(Xi. _oo2S28?l I Credit for AH Washington. If There Is Anything Lackingjj to make your home complete ;! for Thanksgiving we invite n you to come ana get it nere, and to pay for it at your leisure. Fine Dinner Seta. Extension Tables. Sideboards. Carpets and Ruga. I*aee Curtains. Buffets. China Closets. w Newest styles at lowest prices. All prices plainly marked and no extra charge for credit. Peter Grogan, 817-819-821-823 Seventh Si., Bat we?n H and I Streets. ek-^-?? . . Jl Bakery Goods are served 3 | in our luncheon Dept. g fN the preparations for the * Thanksgiving dinner don't forget the importance of the dessert. Let us suggest a Reeves Mince or Pumpkin Pie. No better or ; | more delicious dessert to be ! had. ' < [ Rich, well-prepared flllingM? 1 tender, palatable crusts. ; REEVES, 11209 F Street. ? bo23-d.e8n.28 TRADE MARK RMISTCRCD ;; MALARIA I i i ?iMda to tbvr and mor* ? i t anions complaints. Banlak g , . Malaria (rum jro?r a/*trm X i i fay tikinf I! TSVfT,fcSy?N"s I : i in maiai i a 5 I! JI\/JI Capsuies. | 3 I rSU/ \ Brad the dlrrctlona carefully i [ and carry them out to the W i i letter. J j ' *e^C' ^ ^rUggiSt^#ft? ALEXANDRIA AFFAIRS CITIZENS TO RAISE TUWD FOB MBS. C. T. SMITH. Widow of Man Who Was Killed by Colored Desperado?General and Personal News. Special C?rre?[>oiH]<>iK* of The Ht?r. ALEXANDRIA. V a.. November 23, 190G. A number of citlsens gathered last evening at the Hotel Fleischmann and perfected arrangements for a big benefit which wll> be given at the opera house December 4 next under the auspices of the Lyceum Dramatic Club. The play to be presented will be the "Showman's Ward." a comedy drama in three acts. The proceeds will be given to the widow of Charles T. Smith, who was killed October 20 last by a colored man while assisting a policeman In an attempt to arrest the man. By unanimous consent of the board of police commissioners the police have been granted permission to dispose of tickets for the play. The playwill be under the directions of Mr. A. D. Montier, who was instrumental In organizing this club. The committee having charge of the affair Is as follows: Herbert-McCuen. chairman; W. W. West, secretary; H. Fleischmann. treasurer; F. M. HI1J, J. M. Hill. T. Alton Moore. Louis Brill, Jacob Brill, Lorenzo Wolfred, A. J. Pohl, T. D. Downey, William H. Quinn, John D. Normoyle, Geo. T. Caton, R. M. Petty. Waiter M. DonneHy, Dr. E. A. Gorman, Charles GIsendaffer, F. P. Russell. Frank Splnks, C. B. Marshall, August Oehlert and William W. Harper. Blvalry for Police Promotion. Speculation 1s rife among the policemen regarding the choice of a man for the position of second lieutenant of the police force. A meeting or the <bo.ird of police commissioners will be held this evening at which time, it is announced, the selection will be made It Is understood that two policemen are aspirants fur the position, and. it is saia. me rnenas or uoin are ihuuiiiib faithfully in their behalf. As previously stated, the commissioners will also adopt the new book of rules regulating the government of the police force at the meeting tonight. Report Filed. In the circuit court for Fairfax county this morning Special Commissioner Robinson Moncure filed his report In the case of H. Kirk. jr.. against W. H. Winston's administrator. The object of the report is to elTt'Ct a settlement of the estate of the late William H. Winston and to determine a dower fcr the widow. General Matters. Miss Carrie V. Perry died yesterday afternoon at her parents' residence, 828 South Patrick street, of diphtheria. The deceased was a daughter of James C. and Annie C. Perry. The remains will be forwarded tomorrow to Manassas. Va., for Interment. The Alexandria Electric Light Company will commence the work of erecting poles and stretching wires preparatory to furnishing the city and citizens with electric lights early next week. The work of fitting up the company's plant, on the river front. Is being vigorously pushed to completion. The Thursday Night Assembly gave an autumn dance last evening at McBumey'a Hall, corner of King and Washington streets. The dance was well attended and a large ciuwd was present. The committee having charge consisted of Jerome Kaufmann, Harry Dackslager and Henry Stelner. Mr. Roland E. Chase, grand master of the Grand Lodge of Odd Kellows of Virginia. will tomorrow evenlug pay a fraternal visit to Potomac Lodge. No. 38. In dependent Order of Odd Fellows of this city. It Is expected that there will be a large turn-out of the craft to greet the grand master. Mrs. James Cooper and Mrs. Jane Balthls of Strasburg, Va., are visiting (he family of Capt. A. A. Davis, 310 North Columbus street. Mrs. Walter N. Plser of Shushan, N. Y., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. William A. Moore. 405 Prince street. Belle Haven Council, Junljr Order of United American Mechanics, last evening held a dance and oyster supper at Odd Fellows' Hall. North Columbus street. A.PFEAL TO CONGRESS MRS. LATEAN WANTS DEATH OF SON INVESTIGATED. "It in my intention to do all that I nn to bring to the attention of the members of Congress of the United States the great wrong that la being done to the yoang men of the poison squad of the Department of Agriculture." said Mrs. Lurea La than, mother of Robert Vance Freeman, who died Monday evening as a result, it la stated, of Illness ronlrflrtoH ber of the squad. Continuing.' Mr*. I^athan said: "I am glad that th? newspapers of the country have taken up the death of my boy and are showing' up the poison squad methods in the way they should be presented. It is a source of much satisfaction to me. This squad should never have been started. As a result of Its inauguration my boy baa been taken from me." Mrs. l^atlian was positive that the "poison squad" food was the cause of his subsequent Illness. -My boy was not sick a day in his lite until he Joined the hygienic table at Um Department of Agriculture," said Mrs. Lathan. "He attended the T. M. C. A. and spent much of hi? time there. He obtained much of his education there also by working through the night school. "At the time he joined the poison squad I was not Informed of it. but later when he left it faint with Illness I was told." Mrs. Lathan seemed to be unable to contrnl her faollncs at this X??fr In ?* " ? ? jWMVtu??, WUV Mi M moment continued: "One thin* that makes me believe the poison squad is working a great wrong is the fact that one evening when my boy came home he was seised with a violent coughing spell. When he coughed he strangled and a large capsule fell In the middle of the floor. He did not want me to see It. and before I could reach tt he puts his foot upon it. L?ater when It waa removed from the floor the acid or mix lure nisi wu wiimn me capauie naa eaien the paint from the floor. I simply ask what would auch a mixture do to the human tomach If it took the paint front the floor." Mrs. I^athan'a okler aon. John Freeman. who resides In Texas, arrived In the city today, and it Is expected that he and his mother will consult with an attorney relative to BtartlnK the movement to bring the matter to the attention of Concresa. Lighthouse Service. The lighthouse service steamer Maple, Capt. Almy. has loaded a new type of gas buoy at the New York station of the light "house service, and is on her way to the Chesapeake with It. The new buoy, which is a combination tight and bell signal buoy. Is to be so located off Cape Henry as til mark the entrance to the Chesapeake. Its tanks will hold a supply of acetylene gas sufficient to supply the light burning night and day for several months. The lighthouse service steamers Holy and ? ivrei bic ciuyivjrcu 111 Yuuiug ine nuu]y light stations on Chesapeake bay and tu tributaries, whose Isolated position does not allow the Inmates to iro marketing, and supplying them with provisions enough to last them several weeks. Commander Lloyd. Inspector In charge of this lighthouse service district, has appointed Charles A. Lateen of Baltimore assistant keeper at the Cove Point light station in Chesapeake bay. to succeed Jamas H. Kemp. Mr. Straoa Selacts Besidencc. It Is understood that Mr. Oscar Straus of New York, who will soon be a member of President Roosevelt's cabinet, during his recent stay in this city selected as a residence the Italian villa on 16th street owned by former Senator and Mrs. John B. Henderson. The bouse has not been occupied. although completed more than a year ago. : f E have made ai ff /IT1 little folk. Dri becoming effe< hest ?tvlA? ?r Bath Robes===everything modern sorts. Besides every article o nearly all of which were Ii Young Men's, Bo Autumn wi v<^OMPLETE lines comprising /I 1 crlinrJ cfrppf t\r??cc o*\A nr<?n<a II 1 ^v?.vyv^., ""vvv, ?*iVi ^VUVl V*-*"/ Young Men's Single-bre plain and fancy materials, size Boys' Single and Double-breaste breasted Belted Suits, Sailor and Rus Boys' and Young Men's Tuxedc , Boys' Overcoats and Reefers, ii Children's Overcoats in fancy a New Norfolk ? In the favored yoke style, also plair moved, making a single or doublepants. which style is growing in po; tiful line in all-wool English worstec popular blue serges and unfinished w oiiif c tmho rf r- n /?1ti ri r?fnr f tlioni 1 ouiis un^ai id a vnaiavai iu ktiviu . merits. .Our Showing of Y Is larger and more comprehensive breasted suits, in the latest style ai tweeds, serges and cheviots ; sizes 30 $11 (MM) to $ In Young Men's C A special lot of young men's Fan style, cut in the latest semi-form-fitt 36-inch chest measure. $112.50 the suit. ] Boys' and Young Men's Over-1 coats, made in the very latest r? 4- * ?1 a r-? f n ? /?ir tvt< ^fi at a r? I 3Ly ui idu\~y UUAIU1L3, 11 thibets and kersey cloths. All sizes. $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 to $20.00. Boys' and Youth A complete department in itsel stylish wearables for boys, fashionec the boy. As a special value we are offerir and domestic madras, in plain whiti ? ffo nr CAnorifa r?,t full irct Miavuvu ui jvpai aiv. iut> auu 5 Special pria Also a lot of Boys' and Young shades of pink, blue, etc. $5.00 ti We are showing a complete hn suitable for boys and girls, in all co demand for rink skating. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.7J We call especial attention to The Debutante--/ The Tarn O'Shanter is ideal fot used extensively for rink skating as 1 wear. The "Debutante" Tarn is new an big silk pompon. White, scarlet, g On sale in Bovs' Clothine Deoartme 50c. and ' Third floor. Teath It. Misses' Clothim (Third Floor, Sale of Hisses' 1 At a Spec E have just purchased l( I IV J 11 Satu^y* a 'ol ?* Miss VNUM^y price. They are made | PO/ihim /*o r*o frimmfl/1 a a\|uiu va^/vy itimiiivu with white satin. Shown in brown, A very smart and handsome wrap, f ^.4*. mm *%. a $45.wj eacn. Special Value in I UST received a lot of Girls' ] */*> They have velvet collars and < \1 with white satin. Shown in i ^ 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14. $15.00 each. Special Sale of WWl E are showing a most uJJaLI 1 Women's Tailor-made ! The variety includ plaids, also stripes and the popular p unusually broad and comprehensive fitting and box styles, and they are i 16 and 18, or 32, 34 and 36 bust mea Special Values, $12.1 Special Values Girls' Short Reefers, made "Peter Thompson" style, with regulation emblem on sleeves; lined throughout; dark blue and red; siaes 8 to 14. Special value, $5.75 each. Girls' Dark Blue Chinchilla Reefers, lined with red flannel; slses 8. 8, 10, 12 and 14. Special price, $12.75 each. Good Scho Several varieties of the Sailor D red braid; good quality cheviots and OI?CS u IU 1 <6 Third floor, G It Mloobw Christmas Cards, te rrangements as usual for sj rsses for girls from four to e :ts. Shoes that are proper tpropriate for any occasion necessary for a boy or girl < I outfitting for boys and e nported, and include many ys' and Juvenile oter Clotfoiog. the newest styles and effects for ral wear, all attractively priced. asted Sack Suits and Overcoats of s 31 to 36-inch chest measure. :d Yoke or Plain Norfolks; Doublesian Suits; sizes 2]/i to 17. , > Suits. \ various styles and fabrics. nd plain materials. hi its for Boys, 1 jacket with belt, which can be rebreasted coat, with knickerbocker pularity. We are showing a beauIs and mixpH cffrrts anH the pver orsteds. The fine tailoring in these seldom seen in ready-to-wear gar- i ounig lien's-Suits e than ever, and includes singlend finish, of fine worsteds, thibets, to 36-inch chest measure. 22.?<U> caclti. Slothing We Offer: cy Worsted Suits, single-breasted ing models; sizes 16 to 20, or 32 to Regularly $18.50. Boys' and Children's Overcoats and Reefers, in plain fabrics and Scotch effects; sizes 2y2 to 12. $5.00 to $12.50. is' Furnishings. , f, carrying nothing but up-to-date, i after* the men's, which so delights ig a line of Boys' Shirts of imported e and neat fancy effects, with cuffs enerous; sizes 12 to 14. $11.00 each. Men's All-silk Pajamas, in delicate hie suit. e of Sweaters and Skating Jackets, ilors and sizes. These are in great 5, $2.00 and $2.50 each. i New Knit Tam. children's and misses' wear. It is 11 C _1 A J t 'A wen as ior scnooi ana general sireet id very attractive?closely knit, with arnet, brown, gray and navy bltfe. :nt, at 75c. each. ig Department , G Street.) Even! og Coats :ial Price. and shall place on sale tomorrow, es' Evening Coats, at a very special of very fine quality broadcloth, with with satin, and lined throughout tan, cardinal, light gray and black, or misses and young ladies. Value, $37.50. broadcloth Coats. Pine Broadcloth Full-length Coats, doth belts and are lined throughout tavy blue, brown and scarlet; sizes Value, $21.00. Misses' Suits. exceptional assortment of Youne Suits. es the very fashionable checks and lain effects?and the color range is The shapes include both tightnost attractive garments. Sizes 14, sure. $0 and $15.00 Each. in Girls' Coats. Girls' Fnll-lerigth Cheviot Coats, semlflttlng. with collar and cuffs of panne velvet; blue and red; alses 6 to. 14. Special value, $5.00 each. All-wool Rich Dark Plaid Coat*, made full length, with military cape; sixes ? to 14. Special value, $15.00 each. ol Dresses. ress, trimmed with black, white and serges. tE AA an/.It wawiii | \ jr arb & * New York?WASHINGTON?Pans , Calendars and Diaries?Ma ~ m. i.i i . .. <(Vh fecial displays throughout ti ighteen years for school and ly shaped and combine comfi . Underwear, Hosiery, Neck >f any age. Also a complete iris, we have collected for th unique and novel things, wh i ? iMewanoes for Children. /Q=sP PECIAL attention is directV'QOv ed to our showing of Extra High-cut Shoes for children ?the latest and most fashionable model for little folks?made with kidskin and patent. calfskin vamps and white tops. They are of the finest leathers, thoroughly finished inside and out, and made on correct models for growing feet. AftAflfinn ic oIca pillorl fn o linn iwwunwu ao uiov/ vauvu iu a iiiiv of Misses' and Children's Button Shoes, with patent calfskin vamps and white tops. Also of White Buckskin. Also extensive lines of footwear for all occasions, and the prices, quality considered, are the lowest possible to quote. Third Boor. Troth st. New Silk - Petticoats. ^ are showing a superb f\ I / ill lino r\f CilL- Poff 11 | II | || iiiiv ui kjmv x vinwaijj and for all occasions? street, traveling, everyday and evening wear. Some have jersey tops for wear with clinging gowns, some with full-flare ruffles for full skirts; and others, for wear with evening dresses, are of white Japanese and taffeta silk. Three Special Values: Taffeta Silk Petticoats, good quality. Mack, with aocordenn-plalted flounce and perca- , n< line dnat rude. Each Taffeta Silk Pettlcoata. trimmed with rtry deep ana tun Hiiirrea flounce ana BnlBbea with perrallne dust ruffle; nary, brown, black, changeable effects and the new antumn shades. Cr rw? Each "PS-00 Taffeta Silk Petttooata. trimmed with wide ahirred flounce. sectional tucked flounces and silk dust ruffle: black, brown, nary, green, maroon, gun metal and the fashionable light shades d>? rn for evening wear. Each t/*3u Tklnl floor, K.l#fentfc st. r I T ~ N^w Parisian Corsets. Tf1 \"m E are showing a nutn/I. /M II ber of new French V\U^Uv models in Corsets?the Lily of France, the Parame and the Sapphire. Exclusive effects in coutils. plain and fancy: batiste, plain and embroidered; rich silks, beautiful satins, fancy broche, etc., especially designed to meet every requirement of the season's fashions. Prices, $5.50 to $25.00. Special attention is called to the "Ivy" Corset, A domestic make, which has become very popular. It is shown in models to suit all figures, and is a very satisfactory corset. The most attractive models are as follows: 91ui/iuj 4*iu?it/ vvibcui, ui >ui|nii tcu uaiibic, plain white, straight front, abort kip. elaa- ? r Uea attached; aaltable for alender figures. t*'z5 MODEL SflON?Irj Coraeta, of French coo til, atralght front, high boat, dip hip, elaatlca $p attached; suitable for median ipra tJ,0? MODEL 190-Iry Coraeta, of embroidered batlate, high boat, dip hip. elaatlca at- <2VC __ tached ^KJ.OO MODEL 150?try Coraeta, of French con til, atralcht front, dip hip, elaatlca attached; rv, anltable for stout flgnres W-00 MODEL 370?Itt Coraeta. French coatll, atralcht front, long hip. honed with real whale- <C8 bone, elastics attached ?po.UU Third floor, KleTeath at. The "Arnold" Knit Night Drawers , (With or Without Feet). surest protection a /f 1 sleeping child can have ydy against colds, chills and sickness. A relief to a mother's anxiety and watchfulness. ; The child is always covered. Made with or without feet in several styles, 6oc. upwards. Buy the "Arnold" goods once and > ? __ you win Duy again. Third floor. Eleymth ?t. Siiva Putz and Putz Cream Polishes. ILVA PUTZ for cleaning and polishing fine silver or gold, plated or solid. ^ PUTZ CREAM for brass, ; copper, nickel and other metals. , Scientifically and honestly com- , pounded, these preparations are worthy of your fullest confidence. We have sold them for a considerable time with uniformly good results. Properly sealed after using, they will keep indefinitely and are therefore much more economical than most preparations of a similar character. We shall be glad to furnish free samples at the Demon- , stration Booth, in Housefurnishing i Department, and afford all informa- ^ tion desired. Ftftk Boor. Ktereoth it. Woodward & Lothrop Hofcbto^ L in Floor, Q Street. tilbren's D lie house of everything use other occasions. Hats for I ?rt with serviceableness. wear. Gloves. Handkercfaie line of Scijpol Supplies and eir pleasure a vast variety < ich can be seen here only. Cnothing for P 5^1 ^T5srl E have Sack Suits, both 111 1V I 11 P'ease eye < They are custom-madt being individually tailc tion. Our assortment includes consei All indicate the natural curves of I in the back. The impression thev give is or i. ?a HIU91 diiiMiig mvu v luuaui y aiiu They are made from the finest c mestic tested woolens in exclusive p where. Stein=BIoch Suits Black Thibet ? We are pleased to announce tha of suits have been filled in and the a are cut in the popular 3-button sty fitting collar. A particularly smai price. 1 Enter by Tenth st. or by Men's Infants' Whi At Uridervj o(?f$ EAUTIFUL White Peau I II Prtofe of ?? tliir/4 Incc fkir ii / V/waio ai a iiinu tuaii with capes, some made box with hand-embroidered sc designs of embroidery. All are Hi collection of dainty little coats, brig! and most approved models for the We purchased these at a conce ingly low prices. $12.00 to l Values $I6.< Third Boor, ElneaU ft. Toys, Ool * m m * m (t-ourtn ?3jfT AST Saturday there was a f jj I with their parents, through hard to tell which seemed were enthusiastic and older ure of the children. Those who ha* where else is there such a large d exceptionally fine quality. Thousands of dolls?men, won ing every country in the world and the lowest laborer. Our dressed dol the toilettes evidence the Parisian si we never before had such a vast ga now displaying. In this connection we desire to Our W. & L which was made expressly for us in we could get to sell for this popula value obtainable in this country, full ball-jointed, has the finest qua hair, moving eyes, exposed teeth an like. You are requested to examir obtainable at $1.00. The collection of toys includes will be a source of joy as well as an vast department, and no child shot benefit. Our efforts in behalf of the cli ^ ? care and expense, (jur special repi great fair in Leipsic, where all the played toys of all the old and new I our youthful friends, many of whic Washington. Purchases made now will be ca convenience up to and including Xn A cordial invitation is extended Toj Dept.. Fourth floor. Hats for Misses and Children. display of Trimmed |( ^ v Millinery for misses and ' ' ?? ? cnnuren mis >cdsun ?nuv>o more grace and beauty and real fitness than ever before. A number of these are importations from the leading French milliners and are, like those of our own make, representations of the latest styles in shapes and materials. They are trimmed with feathers, flowers, quills and wings almost quite as richly as are those superb creations for women. Long and elegant ostrich plumes and fluffy tips adorn many of the more elaborate hats for misses. However, the tasteful artiste will give to each one a distinguishing touch that marks it for the youthful wearer. There are many varieties of materials for making children's hats, and numberless untrimmed hats, all of which can be made more or less expensive. Second floor. Tenth ?t. Special Value in Women's Gloves. mNOTHER invoice, just received, of Women's 16Button Length Mousquetaire White Glace Gloves. a u ? ?w. nit dues die icpiwtuitu. *? v uuvi these, being a most exceptiooal iralue, at $2.00 the pair. Main floor. O it Jp r J - - II ' I.I J i> . i << srgo ful and interesting to the toys and girls in the most Suits for boys in all the fst Raincoats, Sweaters, r\ mum a j ? uesK neaps ot tne most of Toys, Dolls and Qames, 'articular Men i double and single breasted, that will taste of the most particular dresser. ; by the Stein-Bloch tailors, each suit >red with the utmost care and atten "vative, medium and extreme lengths. :he body and have either slits or vent* ie of extreme comfort, yet of the d taste. :ustom grades of imported and do>atterns that are not duplicated else(, $16.00 to $35.00. 5iuits at $15.00. Lt the missing sizes in this special Una issortment is again complete. The/ rle, with broad shoulders and close t and stylish suit at a very moderate i Furnishing Store, F st. ite SSik Coats aflue Prices. de Soie and Bengaline Silk Shorl l the usual price. They are finished : style, with large collars, and trimmeij allop, baby Irish lace and handsomfl led throughout with white silk. A ht, crisp and new, showing the lfctesf little tots. ssion and offer them at correspond ?r 115.00 each. )0 to $28.00. Is, Games i Floor.) continuous procession of chOdreft our splendid Toy Store, and It wu to enjoy the toys most. Children , folks delighted because of the plea*, re seen the collection tell us that no* lisplay of unumal toys and toys of len, children and babies?represent" every walk of life, from the king to [Is were all dressed by experts, and tyles for the present season. Indeed, ithering of the doll family as we are call attention to . Dollar Doll, Germany. It is not the largest doll .r price, but it is absolutely the best It measures 22 inches in height, is lity bisque head, sewed wig of fine id the face is very beautiful and lifete this doll carefully. It is the best altogether too many to describe. It education to any child to study this ild be deprived of the pleasure and tildren have been unlimited both in esentative spent many weeks at the toy manufacturers of the world diskinds. He bought a ship's load for h cannot be seen anywhere else in refully stored and delivered at your las Eve. to the children and the grown folks. Hig8i=gradeToiBet Articles, Llatttiue, small size, bottle lfte. Hand Sanollo. cake 6c. iqtk h isiana wa nm, na? ivc. W. ft L.'a Rose Water sud (Jljrrerine Soap. cake 8e. Electro Silicon. 3 Imixcs for 25e. Green Liquid Soap, bottle 50c. Palia Olive OU. cake. 10c.; 3 ft* ISe. "Raven Bright" Shoe Polish. bottle 10c. Whltroore'a French Cream Shoe Dressing. Jar. 10c. Whitmore's "Gilt Kdge" Shoe l>re*?iug. bottle. 25c. "U-rnb-I-shine" Shoe Cream. Jar.... 25a. Whit more' "Klite" Shoe Dressing. iwttle 2T4. Whltmore's "Dandy" Shoe Dressing. bottle... .23c? French Meltoolan Cream, bottle ...25c. Chamois Sklna. each 7c. to 75e. Whlak Brooms, each 10c. to IBc. Russian Rubber H|>onge*. each 35c. to fl.TB "White KlotU." earh l?c. Kingsbury's Hunt Erailh nfor. bottle 25e. W. ft Is. a Borax. 1-lb. package. 15c.; 2 packages for 25c. Creain de Java, Jar. 25c. Imported Tooth Brushes, each 10a. ChlorlH Violet Toilet Water, liottle. . 25c. and 50c. W. * L. Farina Coiorne. small sire bottle 10c. W. k I*. Farina Cologne. large ilu bottle 2W1. Adair Tooth Waah. bottle KV. Knpey's I'rajfrunt Cream, jar l'Jc. Main floor, <1 at. Pure Food Department. Pore Maple Syrup, qt., SOr.; Vt gal., 85c.; gallon II 50 "Colonial" Grape Juice, pint. 2?c.; quart 4<>.. Walter Baker'a Cocoa, can ll?c. Walter Baker'a Chocolate, cake 10c. Cox's. Knox'a, ('balaier'a and "Plymouth Kock" Gelatine, pckg 10c. Pure Baking Powder. H-lb. can, 16c.; Ib. caa..30e. "Colohlal" Lard, S, 8 and 10-lb. backets. 4Se., 70c. and $1.30 Home-made Bea ten Blwtilt, dozen IBc. Fancy French Prune*, for eating. Jar Tie. Protoben (whole flga). new crop. 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