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THE WASHINGTON VASHL GTON + TON TIMES WEDNESDAY t DECEMBER DE RER 28 28 1901 19O 7
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A A d13rm cliarmhig lngreccpti recepticn nll1d md afternoon gown of o1 smoke bluelouisine blue loulsine silk
trimmed with velvet yoke yoc m flid d ribbon bands In a shade arler than m iuaLrial riaL
Ruffles of satin ribbon 1 ihlfl exactly thc shade of the silk trim the bodice A A white
Ilcture pIc tu1 c hat and and white g ioves ocs complete th tile whol
DAINTY DAINTNEGLIGEES NEGLIGEES TOR j = OR 01 WOMEN
NOW DISPLAYED IN INrltE THE FHE SHOPS 3HOP 1
TheNey The he Ne New v Soft Spttartd arid Clinging French Fren h iVlo Models leIs That L
< tF Tempt IgmptWomeii ript V Women onieri fo Great Extravagance ExtraT g a ante nte
Make Most VlostAtceptable lost Acceptable Gifts
If Ira a man doesnt know what to give
his wife wifefor r for Christmas let him give her
a crisp goldback with wlthwhich which to pur ¬
chase chacbft tiuej I iof 01 the u t tc tenlpting i npting pthigma matinees tirtcc or
neglg6 d i sj ii il t display dIspj of f which wl 1ieh ich every
smart woman vQ s oman iria s s toggery shop in in the city cIt
Is offer offe offerIig rIng ing just Just now It is something
which hleh foT foTj p j the most no st part she s ewould would
never dream dr am of buying for foi herse hers hersef lf and
yet et t there there1s is not one article articl of ofwcaxing wearing scarxng
apparelonvwliich lpparc ppare1 O1Avhicha oi nIch a won wo wonaa ni ian dotes more
than thana tt dainty dri lain ti Y clinging gowri iown for or her
room cr theUou the t l I1H1s uouso
Generally Gcneral1 Gcrera1IsjmkIng speaking pcakinSthcsc these delicate gar ¬
ments lire Itr trd real luxuries for they can ¬
not be bought for a song neither can
they be fashioned f S l1ionedlt at home hom < satisfac ¬
torily torHyforthcre for there is an unirt n art rt in their con co n ¬
struction structioivwhich which bears a a close resem ¬
blance i 40 to the skill required to fashion
the more mo fe elaborate French evening
gowns
Dainty Dain r r Uegligces N Increase Charms qharms
Composed of China silk silk silkas as is soft and
clinging as the silken web which the
spider weaves or of airy air chiffon re ¬
sembling mbling nothing more substantial than
morning dew and decorated dccoratedlth with beau ¬
tiful l lace in different sorts they are
creations crca tlol1s which would increase the
charms of the plainest woman and
make a pretty woman ravishing
Accordion ccordioIi pleating seems to have
tukon takent1fe the popular fancy so far as tea t a
gowns an andnegHgees and d negligees are concerned
Even l n if the entire gown is not made In
this thl fashion fashi n then the trimmIng is In
delicate pink the thesh shade dcone one sees inside
of a sea shell comes one of the pret ¬
tiest of the seasons negligees Made Iadc
over silk of the same shade It hangs
full ulland and free from the neck A deep
lace collar and full sleeves with frills frm
of lace at the bottom completes compl tS one of ol
the most graceful gr lc ful gowns of this thisstamp stamp
French Frenchh hand ndcmJroi embroidery er Is this winter
6OW5 AMD ND 5UTTON5
Are Now Com Co Coming ming ing Into Fashion and
Play Pla ya a Very Important Part
Bows and buttons decorate so many
modish modi l1 frocks that they play an impor ¬
tant part In the trimming scheme of the
season There are ar little litt1 short perky perk
cobby cohb bows bow > and long thin serious
Straight straIghtbowshows bows bowsbow5 bows with withdangHng dangling tails
depending bows minus tails They Thcue are
of nfblack black velvet of ribbon of silk they
are of gold or silver gauze atle hut of what t ¬
ever shape or material they are distinct ¬
ly conspicuous There are loons > of vel ye ¬
vet covered cord and velvet buttons
here are leafshaped tabs of applied
velvet vt het with center ccnt < r of rhinestone and
there are charming enamel or ortUamantc diamante
buttons hutto1sand and even old silver not to men ¬
tion gilt and gun metal comes into the
button field Few < ew of these fancy but ¬
tons serve as real fasteners their charm
and their interest nterEst centering In their th l
decorative value alue which in most mo t In ¬
stances stanc = s is sufficient to warrant the at ¬
tention that the button 1 is Isreceiving receiving just ju t
npw Concerning the bow opinions dif di ¬
fer as to Its decorative influence but It
can safely sa < l h I4 < sail that hat one tir tires s vaoiv nor 11
quickly quickl of the bow than the th button
BROKE A RECORD
Mrs Kighmus RighmnsYou You kept one O Ofl girl six
weeks we ks How did you manage It
Mrs Upmore UpmoreI I didnt dIdn manage It It She
fell down the steps tepsand and broke her h rleg leg le
the llrst day d an d of course courseshcbadto she hadto h dte
stay sta till she could walk walkout out again ag agalnChl nChI Chl
caco Tribune
scen seen on on nearly nearl every article of women
wear In matinee matinceor or dress sacks it I i
most effective An n exceedingly cxccedinglydaintS daint
model is made without fullness cu
waist waitilzio line length in irrthe the back backanil and tong
in front A square sailor collar close
in front at the bust and andconnin cunning elbo
sleeves Sl eyes which arc slit up to nearly th
shoulder make makeuP UP the general gene l style tle C
the garment garmentAU All about aboutthe the edge d e Is a
applique apl1l1qucdesign design of wild roses embroid
i ered on with heavy white whItesi1k silk It lack
the dressiness of some some others oU ersofits of Its Ilk iii C
but this shortcoming If Itcan Itc n be calle
I I 50 Is made up by its smiuL smatappearanc4
I To To Be Worn at Breakfast
One simple but effective style st le of mall mat I
nee which could be worn either a
dressing ressing the hair or is suitable to wan
to breakast break ast Is made very short in th
back but quite long in front in Inc i
the pointed p Inte tab ends hahg fully to th
knees Down D wneither either ther side the openin
in front are numerous little pleats
I cluster of which form tlie lhePUtside putside of tn t 1
rather close sleeve A ru ruffleor ruitle ffle of the ma mz
terial lace trimmed trimmededges edges the sall
collar with full flowing finish to ti
wrist and the bottom of the
itself
A rather unusual model is made bloju
shaped The ThehlJuse blouse is formed d of in ii
numerable line tucks which below tI
I waist hang free fr > forming iormin the fullness ru1Jnf ss
the skirt About midway mldWa the length o
I the skirt the material is er shirred severa sever a
times the fullness below bPIO
w forming Itsel itsc d
J into a ruffle Pointed angel sleeves com cor om l
plete the detail de roIl of the garment A yok yol
of heavy Irish lace is a decoration whlcl whh 1
I fit can be added or not as the wearer see se
There are a bewildering number o 5
other oth r designs all of which are an e equal <
I effective as any at of those mentioned mpntIon cl I f f
Chiffon china silk ilk or chiffon ti tdTet ffeti
I Iare are used in almost every case and rib ri b
bon lace laceandruffles arid nndruffles ruffles in the
I same are no n o >
Ionb only permissible perm it > ib Ie b but ut d dteirable Ira ble for anY an y r
i thing which adds to the fluffiness o
these garments Is utilized by b the cleve dcv e
modistes that make mal e them
I ANTIQUITY OP QI TOYS OY5
I Children of the Ancients PYayecl PJaye Wit Wi
Dolls Just as Ours Do
That toys date backto hack to the earlier
times is admitted by byI i iilf all ilf Long beta
I Caesar astonished the world with hi I
victories Roman children played ni
I dolls doll and hoops s ana even during t
I most perilous seasons the early Chris Chr I 0
tians did not forget to buy bu toys I o >
their children chlJ ren Of such toys toygsome some ad a ld 3 1
mirable specimens Including doll
cradles miniature kitchen utensils t
figures of animals have hacfrom from time t
time been found In tombs
During DurIn the middle ages there was
great traffic tm ftlc in wooden toys especiall
in Paris and hardly hardl a nycar year passed tlia ti
some new game was not put on t
market marl et France Franeewas was then famous l
this Industry but in the
century Colbert the great minister o
Lou Jouls is XIV saw clearly cearlythat that in i som soi ru
respects res cts other countries excelled and s
he boldly imported several costly cosU I
alga toys for fo f r the young Dauphin the
1 lxrouaing jiruueitig the very v > r natural ire
j tnch chmanuflctunri manufacturers
Apparently he h patronized the to 1
makers of oCAug8bur Augsburg and Nuremhun Nurembu
for to In that tha t age none were w re more skille s ski iIle le
than they and Oils skill th they Y retair ie
during durin the next csnturv e ° nt11lythus ntmy thus enablln enab1 lo
German toys to tOyqNoah sNoahs Noahs ark arw gorgeous go rgeousl sl
painted animals lifelike uljoiigh 4lo gh wood wo
vr vrr < n r flgures I1U1 of men m n and Tvotiten wou n and com
pletely furnished farm houses hmsesto to be
J Jcome come famous throughout the cirllb co
world
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Observations of Peggy Peggy1
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When hen we lie on a bed of sickness sickne s ana and
have 1m ve time to look quietly and c calmly almly lmly I
at the world and passing events in the
perspective p erspective things take on a different
cast and are not quite the same as
when we are actors in then I have
had a letter l lter from a friend of minE mine 1 who
g has been sick for some time but is now
awaiting the time when she will be
sufficiently well to be able to be be out
and about once more and she has asked aske
me m to write rit to the wives and daughters
and the husbands too of our little
family fa m ll and ask a Sk them to be careful that
I they never part in anger since some
accident acci ent or bickiiess r ckness might prevent reent a
reconciliation reconcilia tion until perhaps too iate
This dear woman has ma ma maile le ea a point
of this thl5a11 all her life and some months
ago ago was glad gla she had done one so since
she was as severely injured in an accident
and was at the point of death for a long
while She tolls t 1Js me she never left home
without With Ou tPu putting ttlng her little house in order 0 or l der
I iest something som thlng might befall her while
she was w s out and if as often happens
I in the best of families she and any
pne > ne of her people p ople were inclined to have ha e
a little falling iallln g gotit out she pocketed her
pride pride and andmade niade up for fear future
events Yents might make one or the other
sorry for the little quarrel when it was
too late to mend mendmatters matters
This is a lesson whic vhich h It is ha hard d for
some of us to learn There are those
among iis s who are highspirited as it
is s called c Ucd and who fly y off at a tangent tarig nt
I if the least leastthIng thing is said whiat whicthey they
Imagine a inerefleets reflects on them and again
there are others whose tempers are
rather too near the surface surfacethe the people
whomone whom one has perpetually to conciliate
and to tol1andle handle with the greatest care
lest lestthe they be e offended And nd again there
are people p o > e who are never in the thewrong wrong
and for whom hom one must mu t always alwa s shoulder
the blame
Now all these are rather difficult to
live Jlewlth with yet tt we all have them in our
families famlli and since they the are there I
dare ay a it is our duty to put up p with
them thcmas as host we may mav But i I know very
well weU1ow how howhard hard it is isto to bite the leek
and bear the blame when It does not
properly belong to one but after all
what does it i matter in the cause of
peace aace
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I have very ierydear e dfrIend dear friend whose bus ¬
band was Va taken take a from her some somefe few
yearsago years ago and while there are few
such uch good women as she yet when she
lies h s tme to stop ftopaJi arid think things over
she regrets re etS the very ery few fewtimes times she was
In the th least provoked with her hus ¬
band tind nd wishes wi hes she had not said the
words which will m come out under the
circumstances
I We V e all have such regrets in nthe the lives
of every cyernIC oe > ne of us there t112reare are words
I Iwhith which we would w i1d recall and actions
j which we vbulu have undone but butsuch such
things thIU S com dome < not hack and all we can
I do 1 to tomakpamends make amends before the op ¬
P portunity lturity dips Up iy us the time being
before the person with i tll whom who mwc we quar ¬
rel rd leaves us
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Again this friend of mine wishes me to
I ask all our people peop le to be kind to those
who whdarc arc at home and by kind she
I means meansconsi considerate lerate < in every way wa so
that there therema may r be no regrets for things
left undone as well as things done
which ought to have been left undone
A man remarked to me yesterday ye yester terday day
half in jest and whole In earnest as
the saying is nat it has rather gone out
pf Q fashion for rof a a man man to be beentir entirely ly cour cour
icons to his wife This is so I regret to
say 82 among amo g some people There are men
who are rather ashamed to show cour
tesy to their th lr wives after they have been
married for some length of time Umeand and
again there are men men who simply dont
want to bother about it It They did so
much I1 UCh in their th ir premarital days that cour ¬
i I tesy now becomes a work of supereroga s pereroga ¬
tion and of course their wives are not
I fools and they know mow they mean to be
courteous and care for them just as
they did in the old ld courting days
Our good St St Paul says sa s Faith with
out words is dead deadand d and so I believe the
I wives are of o the opinion thjv that t if no at
tention and courtesy Is shown them thcmt t no
I desire for these gracious acts exists and
love has decreased de easedwith with years ears or months
as the th case may be Very Yer properly too
I think
We Veare are liable to take too many things
for granted I fear This is particularly
so between married people There is i
really reall no such thing as one person own
jag another so completely or knowing
another so well that hat the outward acts
I are not essential to demonstrate the in
ncr ne feelings Life is is only onl too short at
best and we all would better make what
use US of it we may and too much kind
ness or attention a never hurt woman or
child hildor or man or boy either
PEGGY QUINCY
C1RL5 GIRLSTAiE TAKE 7I IMH INllI INITI1VII lATIVIl 1IVe
Nowadays or They Would Be Left L ft
Often Than Otherwise
t Arc the new cenury women
to take the initiative in their inter
I course with the opposite sex Do the
1 not n ot ask men to t do d O this and that
5 I of waiting until the men ask them l
was customary custonllr in the days of thci
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mothers and tndgrandmothers grandmothers
If we did we would have a long tim
L to wait laughed a pretty m ideI1
whose wh se invitation on the telephone to
t young y ung man to come up and take ta
f f with her had been overheard by III he I
grandmother and had prompted th
j i foregoing remarks Why 11Y men 5
never come near you un unless less you ou rand
appointments with them she continue
defending her position Im sure
would much rather have Ned Smith ca
me up on the telephone and ask if Ii
night be allowed to come orne up arid talc
1 1a a cup of tea with me this afternoon bjj
11 he wouldnt He would never think
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it but if I ask him he likes to come
l lit I know that When he h > comes I IsimI nba
t inquire quihe If he is going up tb the > river t
C Carrie M 115 s wedding dding on Saturday S3turda
I I Perhaps Perh 31ps then h he will ill ask me t > go
i j in his auto uto ana and then probably he wil wi vil f
1 think of it 1
1 Do you OU know she continued it i h
perfectly true what w hat you said just now
When I come to think of it girls d
always take the Initiative nowadays 5
The nice inca ones do it 1tsO so nicely that 0
hardly see it but they t e do It all Ui
1 1same same and the men just wait for thai
to suggest augges t everything eve cverythingothertvlse thlng otherwise tire
o I would go off by b themselves and not re r
member anything about us
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I Advice o f fa a Shoe Man
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Wear two pairs pa is of socks said tli
I shoe hoe salesman There is more m re warmtl warmt h
r in III two tw pairs of summer socks than j
e heavy hCl woolens It Is not the soles 01
o the feet eel that get cold so much ns tin ti
ankles and insteps and these are bet ic
ter protected by b double socks than b hJ I
double and fleece soles
f If you youan are troubled with cold fe E
wt vrrur vTti jlir r a pair ol OJ woolen and a pair of bal bt I
briggan or r lisle IISl threa t hrelld tirrezidsocks d socks it I r youi yor OUI i
feet fe t are tender wear the t11f thread ones in ii 1
1 side
With doubled < louble1socls socks medium weigh weiI i611 i
g shoes sho and nai l cloth spats pats your our fe feet t will W HI b I
y I comfortable conies abe the coldest day da tha tlr t
He HeW1S was talking to a a man that thatshot sin
salesman But it was good advice f
1 women wo men whose shoes hos will iv ihi permit the lie In ii 5
jtipductlon troductIon o of two pairs of hose
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DANCING FROCK FOR YOUNG GIRL
White dotted muslin was used in makins ma making king the above bo1te charming frock The
panel 5n n skirt and vest t of blouse is blue striped white silk sil i The Thelatter latter is shir ¬
red at the throat and forms a pretty round neck finish fin Ish Sleeves Sle eves are e elbow
I length the Uledeep deep flounce ounce falling from the tll puff at top
r The pretty prett s skirt kirt has two full flounces the upper uppe1oneedgedwitha one edgedwith edged with a band of
fancy fanc ribbon set on in festoon style tylc The girdle is pale p e blue velvet matching
I I the stripe In n silk sm panel 1
HOX THE TF1E WOMAN XHO SITS ALL LL
DAY DA 1 CAN KEEP liEEPHER HER HERi MUSCLES i USCL5 Tlf FIR 11PM l
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For the woman of oLcasc ocase = ease who ali h6 ha3 1
nothing to do but ta takc ke care of herself
there is no earthly earthJ earthlyreason reason why w iiy she I
I should ShOU Id not be beaS as ts beautiful behU tifUl as the t he lilies
of the field who toil not neither do
j J they the spin but as a matter of fact very
often she cannot compare in point of
healthfulnesi lrea lthfulnest with her business s i ister ter
for the reason that the standard set by
the woman oman at the desk is such a high
one from the standpoint of health that
she outclasses the woman of leisure at
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every turn
i By reason of the very e1 necessity of
I keeping her mind bright and her facul ¬
ties tlesalert alert the business woman plans
i I her physical exercises exerc < CS as she s he does her
work and a certain certa in time is set apart
each day for their performance It be ¬
I comes a religion with her while very ery
often with the woman of ease just be ¬
cause there is ts is plent plenty of time the time
never comes to keep the thebod body trim and
the muscles musclt > supple
T T pCorrcct Stoop Shoulders
One of the difficulties difIicult s to be coped
with in the case of the girl leading a
life at the desk is the overcoming o ot
round s shoulders From Fromconstmtly constantly lean ¬
ing forward dthe the lungs become weak e ak and
I the muscl muscles < rs contracted The breathing
organs are cramped and misshapen and
they tIe take their revenge re nSe In one way wa or
I another
I To begin the work of reform stand
up straight with your hands on your
I hips Look at yourself OUrself in a full length lenth
mirror Shoulders should be thrown
j well back and the abdomen drawn in
j I This is only 0111 one of the setting up cx
I crcises which Vest Point cadets dcts go
through when training tr1lnln for the army arm
It Isnt necessary to wait until you ou
are in the privacy of your own apart ¬
I Iment ment to do this take a moment from
I Iyour your work to straighten up and smooth L
out contracted muscles It will pay pa in
I the end nd Another similar habit is sit
ting with shoulders hunched over in a a L
little while you begin to stoop forward I
a little then you begin to lift your mzr
shoulacrs and pretty noon vou you get into
the habit of walking with with the shoulders
lifted which spoils any womans appear
ance
Makes Waist Smaller
f When Yhen the shoulders ache from
a long time in a cramped position the
l stretching exercises will relieve the ten
sion and make a woman over This can r
I only onl be done at a t home for a loose gar
ment is absolutely absolutel essential Stand erec
I and raise the hands in Tront and 1
j iover over the head stretching them upward upwar
jas I 1 1ae as far as possible This not only
the strain of muscular contraction bu
raises all the organs ana nelps to mak
I the waist smaller
Resting ones self on ones hips hipsa
I habit indulged in by the majority majorIt of wd w
l men mendoes does more to enlarge the hips thai
i anything else and it Is only onl by rehievin
the muscular strain a < tz this pont thu
too prominent hips can be reduced An Arr n
other a dvantage antage of this Iris particular exer
else is that it takes away aa that
look which hieh many women of oth < rwIs
youthful outhful appearance present
I I For strengthening the muscles cf tb
I back and nd preventing curvature there th rei I
I an excellent exercise > to follow Sti
wearing carlna a loose gown clasp the han band
beneath the thel knees nees bending b nding over cash
at the hip joints to do it tnen try tr am an
raise yourself resisting r sist1ng your ow
strength Dont exert too much stren strent qtl1
at first as muscles of the thn shoulders
tending also to slowly slowl respond 10 th
unaccustomed strain After a little ther
will he felt a tingling sensation extend
Use t e yir t f 0 i
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I I Sijerfluous Sl erfluous Reraove gemo Hair ff I
This preparation prepa ration has been standard stan dard foi 1
years ears Will absolutely destroy hair anc m
I leave lcavetheskin theskin the akin fairan fair an dsmooth d > mooth lt Itpeithfi I t eithr th
burns nor scars Clrs Th The < most dep ep crabl
article known Accept no substitute st ± stitute
I Send for free booklet
t Price SI 100samples 5100 100 00 samples lOc o
JOSEPHINE LE FEVRE FEVREZ 208 fSS fi Chestnut st
Sold by A ALISKER L1SICER
ing l ag the length of the spine and a sense
of warmth when the exercise is over
shows sl10wsthat that the blood Is rushing
vigorously to the long unused muscular
tissues
To Get Correct Pose
Standing Stam1ill with the hands clasped be be ¬
hind the head is helpful and rests the
tired muscles of the shoulders tending
also to stmighten st1ight n and flatten them To
find out If the thcbod3 body Is in harmony stand
against a door In such a pose that the
back 1 ack of the head l1eadl l shoulders elbows
back palms palm and heels heels win wli press against linst
it It At first it will ill be diffiealt to hold the
pose longer than thana a half minute but as
soon as It can be it should be b main ¬
brIned for one minute
Another nother excellent movement for any an I
one engaged ensa ij in sedentary occupations is
while in a sit sitting ting posture with the tllctorso torso
held dreet rect but not strained abdomen
drawn dratJ1nche drawrrin jn chest t inflated and nd fingers plac ¬
ed edupon upon the shoulders twist the th body bod r
from the waist up as far as possible to
I right and left without moving the hips
I Repeat Rep t the same movement with i111 the he
shoulders sho lders and fingers lapping at the
back of the neck
It isnt necessary that a woman should
be frightened or discouraged dls uraged if at first
there is isa a little soreness in long disused
muscles muscl S which lack elasticy elasticyand and contrac ¬
tile power After a little all such in ¬
I convenience will disappear disap pear and the mus ¬
cle so long dormant will wake wa ke to new neW
life lif and power and there will result such
a IHheness IIlh ness and suppleness that will fill
one with new life and an vigor and such
a a thing as a flat at chested stiff s tiff ungainly
business woman wcnt be e in n the category ca egory
of her kind
Note d Needlewomen Nee dlewomeZl
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I Lady I1d Hood Is among those members
i of society soeiet to whom needlecraft is still a
I delightful pastime Like Lady Lnd Carews
I t her tapestries are wonders of workman ¬
I s ship hip and taste and in every enr way wa worthy
to take a place beside the stitchery stitcher of
centuries ago Lady Hood is is artistic to
the finger tips she paints designs and
lias shown much delicate dellca te porcelain paint
InS at exhibitions Her Hcrownboudolr own boudoir con ¬
tains proof of her talent in a aYariet variety
of ways says U Womans lmans Life and her
tapestries like those of Lady Lad Carew
jdorn the walls of the reception rooms
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a great reat opportunity to those who
received money for Christmas to
I secure a fine piano at a t tabout about half
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would woul give gl you as much pleasure
as a nice piano You do not need
I all t ll cash Lh to secure this th bargain
You may ma Y pay pl a very er cry small deposit dt posit
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WE WEARE ABE IN THE
MIDST OF A SPECIAL
DISCOUNT SALE SA TE OF
PARLOR AND NDDINING DINING
ROOM FURNITURE I
ALSO CARPETS AND
HUGS ON ONEASYTERMSOP EASY TERMS OF I
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We know that you are re am mbltious itious to have your
house beautifully fuinished DJl fu rnished he d for fo the New Year festivi ¬ II IIhouse
ties t ies an d dwe we are am bitious to clear away as mUCh fur ¬ J Jniture J
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n niture iture as is is poss possible ible before beforeJ be fore January anuary 1 For for this reason 1 l
we offer most unusual discounts and an d still till give you
plenty o f time in inw in w hich to pay In Inaddition addition to these
greatly reduce d prices prices we w will ill also grant the fo llowing
discounts
10 per cent for cash with order or if paid within I
30 days
7y2 7 71 perceiftifbi11ispaidmfuflwithin6Odays per cent cellt if bill bill is paid in full within 60 days
5 5percentifbfflizpaidiafuflwithin9Q per cent if bill is paid in full within 90 days
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Everyone knows that Coke is IS
cheaper che a per than Coal and all who use I In Irth the e South S outh dealing derlin in in China an and l
I Coke COl e for Cooking eOOki ng find fl nd out that it Glassware Gl asswa re Kitchen Utensils etC
gives gi s better results than Coal CoaL 4Slowest Liwest prices for the best goods
Therefore both convenience and a 1
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