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THE SEATTLE STAR I" I'l l\ < • • 1:1 $V«tn vi ' ffiMiVw or s« ioHi mvi vr ilciot ko» n*" + |hmmt full IfAMfil «lii" mwi trulff of I AltVrt % <•••»«-In 11 !»»»•. K»Wr«>tt at S»«,Vt7f. Wa«h7[ M won.l muttT Vr »»ir Pill .<f iII V lil'li. I Ilimi U|i 111 <ll IIWI >11 I 1 jSikihkr.l 11.11. h> Itt Her t*eblUbt»a I'm. I'kaui K>rk»«< M«l« > •"" Complaints are v;tia; we will try to do better another time. Tomorrow ami tomorrow. A few designs ami a f*w failures, ;ind the time of designing is past Dr. Johnson. flanging—What For? BY FRED L. BOALT Mv sharpest impression of the executions at Salem on Black Friday was of Noble Fattldcr standing against the rail of the scaffold ami giving the first half of his 'turn In Governor West's "bloody feast." The guards who fetched him front death row had evi dently interrupted him while he was reading, for he wore a green eve shade. As he was mounting the stairs he tossed away the stub of a cigar. And now he stood nonchalantly against the rail, looking down. He thrust out one clenched hand with an incisive gesture and --aid: "HANGING WILL NEVER CURE CRIME YOU MUST GET TO THE ROOT OF THE EVIL." It was as if he proposed delivering an academic dis cussion on capital punishment. It was a good start. It was to the point. But he stopped there, and, stepping back, took his stand upon the trap. Fifteen minutes later he was a dead man. Governor West, in a statement to the newspapers, has taken Fauhrler's last wtirds for his text for a short sermon on capital punishment. "If," he says, "we deliberately permit organized greed to breed, through the aid of poverty and vice, these crim inals and degenerates, arc we not in a way responsible for their acts? Is not the blood of their victims on our hands, as well as that of the a*>assin?" If you will go back to the beginnings of the four men who died last Friday, especially to the beginnings of Mor gan and Roberts; if you will inform yourselves as to what kinds of forbears they had. what home surroundings; if you will follow them through their changing environments, you will come to believe that for them the gallows was the logical end. c spend much time and money," says the governor, 'educating (teople how to select and breed and care for live stock. \\ e impress upon them that only through proper Se lection and care can proper animals be procured." What care was exercised in the selection of the parents of Morgan, the roving weakling, of Roberts, the dwarfish "stick-up" man? The governor concludes: "Let those who wish to pre vent crime take time to look around and sec the conditions under which children are bred and obliged to grow up. Let them lend a hand to those who are trying to remove some of the causes, and they will do far more to prevent crime than by crying. Crucify him! Crucify him!'" Why $500,000? Y\ ashington should not be niggardly in its appropriation for an exhibit at the Panama-Pacific exposition in San Fran cisco. Neither should it spend money like a drunken sailor, prosperous as it is, compared with most other state*. The next legislature will be approached by a committee, headed by J. E. Chilberg, the Seattle banker, who was presi dent of our own A.-Y.-P. fair, with a request to appropriate 1500,000. r Why $500,000? Why not $100,000? Or $1,000,000? By what gauge, standard or measurement has it been determined that Washington must spend half a million dol lars to be properly represented? Surely C lit I berg ami his associates have not gauged the half-million dollar demand on the basis of appropriations made for the A.-Y.-P. fair. No state in the Union approached anything near that sum at our fair. Even the state of Wash ington spend only $400,000 for its exhibit, and while $600000 was raised out of the sale of the lake shore lands that money went into permanent buildings for the state university. The i'nited States government, exploiting all its depart ments. with their many ramifications, with five building, on the f,tr grounds, with ehibits of the Hawaiian islands, the t ppines «!tiil Alaska, appropriated 011 ly $600,000. And s exhibit was the most pretentious at the , . W .f; i ? n , w a nt! r goo<i exhßWt at the San Francisco 1 Washington does not want to play the part of the most spendthrift state in the Union. , "t tT w a C Pr ° priat,on for the legitimate needs of a good exhibit. Washington should not waste thousand, of dollars for champagne banquet trimmings This is a matter that needs careful consideration It is not something to be stamped through the legislature. W. CAMERON FORBES, governor general of the Phil ippines, is in Seattle today. Governor - generating the islands isn't all hard work. W. Cameron is returning from six months' vacation and three months' si«k leave—on salary. PLAYGOERS everywhere will miss John Tierney, who died at Baltimore yesterday. He was the only comedian who didn't use "make-up" to help out his comedy. IN THE death of Wliitclaw Reid the country loses next to the last of the big "individ ualist'' editors of two decades ago. Reid succeeded Horace Qrecley as editor of the New York Tribune. Henry Wat terson' is the only one of these veterans in the land of the living. Observations PARIS is pretty sick be cause she has learned that the mineral waters she's been i drinking are Seine river water ;*nd what the Seine doesn't I carry, watcr 9irnply won » t carry. SANTA CLAUS is ordered off the streets of Kansas City Z 'y'"* the children. Wonder if they'll order Santa out of the houses for it, too. Can t poor old Santa lie any where? THE house, 83 to 33, re . ft.se* $54,500 for maintenance of the commerce court. Bully! hut it makes a fine chance for Carnegie to pension the court. A Spokane man, thrown from a ttreet car platform, at the car wag going around a curve, died from the Injuries. He had given hia seat to a woman. Spokane men are now keeping their teat*. PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF PRESIDENT-ELECT WILSON, WRITTEN BY SEATTLE GRADUATE OF PRINCETON UNIVERSITY WHO KNOWS HIM (Edgar Wtiiilir, a member of The Star's reportorisl staff, took hit do graa at Princeton unlveralty at tha lima time Woodiow Wilton, praal dent of tha Institution, I aft to fill tha governor's chair In New Jer sey. For two years Whaalar aat, with other students and llstsned dally to tha presidentelect's lac turaa. Hla paraonal reminiscence* of tha nest chlaf executive of tha Unltad Stataa art written intimate ly, from a new viewpoint, and ar« Intensely interesting They will ba concluded In Tuesday's laaua.) BY COOAft WHEEL!R Two years ago there were two graduates front Princeton unlver ally, Wood row Wilson and tha cltuis of 1911. Wood row w«<nt to tha Whlto House. I went to Th* flesttle Star. There is a certain picture a fnl- Nothing' Serious SKYGACK FROM MARS HE TAKEB WIRELESS OBSERVATIONS IN Hit NOT! BOOK ON EARTH CUSTOMS. ' WUICD ALO//G DRRH TOMr-M7N /MX/T fft>3T~T/#C OF YEA# 4/fO MM/0 fl/C#£T-fi&/G& MV/SKy nCVU7/Y6 WOD — WAVy C*7T3 TO /IMC urr /iMC-mTZMQZ ■ "fL6O, /Mi/C/OUS F\/Mm/hF*C£ UCRCD AT Ate THROUGH &WLL-dOV /Ki£/rcv CMTH'SC//tO6 mxIAdLY MWVQ MrtUAL QhOST-WO&3M/P. The Editor's Mail Kdltor The Star: On W*do*t4if [evening, In the l»ts Orand theatre, ! Kenton. M entertainment wu giv en »#dfr Ihe tiMplrm of the M*th jodlst church for the striking min ors. The *sl»r!«loiii«nt given was jit Welsh cantata. entitled. "The j Shepherd Bojr." The minor* desire to take th'.t opportunity through 'the medium of The Htar of (bank Ing lb* member* of the rburrb who Initialed the entertainment and tbe citizens who ao generously patron- Ufd It, for the support they are giving us In our struggle for union wages and union conditions. We point to this support of dis interested people, living In close proximity to the strike gone, a* tbe heat refutation of the charges that have !>•-«• n concocted from tlms to time since tbe strike wss Inaugu rated In tbe attempt to have tbe genera] public believe the »trlk-rs were lawless and unde*lrabte people. HOBT. 11. HARMN. Kdltor Tbe Star: I bellsve that no lawi have ever been made by man that excel tbe ten command ments. I not only do not favor capital ptinlHhment but am an earnest ad vocate of universal peace, both view* being founded upon the com mand. "Thou shalt not kill.** Hoth question* also Involve ec<v nouilcs, as about two-tblrds of th* taxation of tbe nations la due to wars paat, present and those con junior offia boy tels what an awful boob love made of a german army orfiser n. >~ I«—gee, but fulling In love doe* make an awful booh out of Home Kuyts wln-n a bunch of people at one of the Rtcambote pier* seen a toi ler about (i f«et high down on Ills knee* asking a aklrt to marry him, they thought It was soma kind of a thriving pick tore stunt getting pulled off but It Wiiuunt, It waa on the level tho htg ifiiy waa fredrlck von Mhweltser, and ho la an orflanr In the germcu uwiy he baa bcunVoVer In tho u. a. on a vacation, and he baa been imttlng In hi* time chairing inlaa mnrgrot miller around tha country 2 yours ago when mis* miller waa In bamberg, germeny, fredrlck got a nockdown to her and It wa« all !off with him all the time that he could get off hi , Job he waa crawling around on the flore wearing out the knees of hia panta and asking mlas miller please wouldont she put him out of his ml/./.ery by saying one sweet word THE STAR—MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 19U. l low can't forget whan ho thinks of that llttlu N«w Jersey town It Is, ■i picture of a rather" tail, plain j looking man, leisurely carrying a jbrown bag, talklnt; and laughing | I with th* students ,1m meets along I the way. lie la walking Th» plain looking man In the aofl hat •each** lho station, say* goo I morning to I hi> slat Urn master, passes tha tint* of day wJth th« conductor, and •itki s a sent bestdn another work- Ingman In the day coach Tlx. train pulla out. i-arrylng with j It th* president of I'rlnoeloit uni versity, future governor of New leraey and pr*ald*nt of tha Unltad ritate*. a a. a Wood row Wilson'* eyes look at you squarely They are searching iind compelling *y*a. They Imme diately command your respect and i confidence. li tenipiated. while aa to criminal*— wbr *pend money to launch them Into a sleep (bat knowa no awaken ing, wban we ran farce litem to ram far the slate, or the ramilloa of their victim*'' I wlah Mr Ooea success far hla bill. Sincerely. MRS. FRANCES C AXTELL Editor The Star: There la much talk about capturing the B«aat Man, ■ Tornow. We ar- paying $250.073,fi10 year ly far fighting men. Why not let them ahoulder the gun and protect the Uvea and property of the people who pay for tbetr keep and am munition? These fighting man are taken out •■ach year for a "hike" to k«-ep thorn In good health. Why not let them ' hike" after Tornow? llulleta were what they wer« longing for whan they enlisted This would be the chance of a lifetime to find a few in c«j»e the fighting men prefer a still hunt, then' are plenty of ' hem to surround tba 300 acre* In which Tornow la hidden, and camp until hunger, or cold, drive* the beast man out of the wood*. This mode of procedure would remove the strain from the county commis sioner*. and allow tha oltlsens of Chehalls county to sleep night*. A BTA ft KKAUKit. A Vienna clerk won IS,OOO at a race track and dropped dead Heart disease or surprisef well, she wouldent say It, and her pa he said a lot of words from time to time, whlcb I alnt agoing to re peat here, because the editor wouldent print them but nothing would slop this poor gink, he Just kept ou chasing after the yung lady and pesteidig around till here he was on the steamhote, ruining a new pare of trousers and cluttering up the dock please. please give me sum hope, he hollers lie give you sumthing, says miss miller's pa, If you don't git up aud Ileal It Just then along came 2 stewards earrying a trunk, and the one that was hacking up dldent see fredrlck, snd him and the trunk utid f red rick and a ornnmentHl palm tree went over In a heap when fredrlck got out from un der the reck age, mlsii ml I lei had hid herself In her stateroom, iind he dldent have no ticket on the steamhote, so he had to git off that's what I call a sad ease John/ You couldn't go Into his daaa and tell hint your alarm didn't go off. You were lat*. That waa all •aaaaaaaaaaa 9 * « * * * ONE YEAR AOO * * # ****************** Steamship Northwestern arrlva*. bringing cargo of gold and copper valued si tt,ooo,nOo. Lombard! murder case enda with disagreement of Jury. I*-In. live Ulanehl gets conttnu anc* of trial for death of Prank Martla. ****************** * * * FIVE YEARB AGO * * * ****************** K<V*rt accountanta find city comptroller's records In bad ahape Ureal American Armada start* on Ita famous cruia* to tbe Pacific coast Four thousand attend dedication of th* new First PresbyUrtan church Case* against amusement place ownora tor remaining open on Hun days, dropped by authorltle*. On* lamp* from an N Y. poipet that Frank Alvah Parsons delivers a lecture on T rlods In Interior Decoration ' Re erring ;»aalbly to to tbe Intervals between drinks Kdltor Moot Anything: I find this In Moat Anything: "Things you seldom see: "A pretty girl give her seat to aa elderly woman In a street car "A man give bis seat to a pretty girl la a street car." Just add thla to tbe things you seldom see A man fall to give bis seat to an elderly woman hi a street car -» w. h n. * * ♦ DAY'S BEST STORY * * * ***«**««**«*«*»»*, A Tip for Barbers John Dtrrymort, \b* moiMllui, *" »no* Mai Ml In a New York bar ber shop, when the barber, who *u noted for bin selling propensity, MM: I see 'hat your hair la getting pretty thin. Can't I sell you i«mr of our now *»| r tonlcT" Oh, not" *l.«wffrct! Mr. Barry mora, "tf 1 »nr. ted my hair to grow t would ua* a ilMi" "A ateelt How ran steel make hair grow*" asked iha astonished barber. Wall. It's Ilka thhfc" answered Mr Barrytnore. "Hara you a "Ktab f "Too," replied (b« barber. "Wall, then," answered Mr. Bar rymore, "doe*n't steel make the hair spring*"—Boston Oloba. JOSH WISE SAYS: "A n amateur ' dramatic perform ance I* char It ably let 90 with advance notice. It would be a cruel editor who'd wrKe anything about It nest mornlnV* * * * THE OPEN DOOR * * Brotherhood League * * 51V/, King St. Main 2496. * * I'oaltlons wanted for one * * stenographer, one stationary * * engineer, one electrician and * * laborer*. » * Misdirected energy— Bndlng the old year with a souse. llegluuing the now year with a Hondo Asking a woman to explain her ay •tern of paging a letter. A New York man the other day paid 13,H0n for an uncut flrat edi tion copy of William Cullcti II ry ant's "Embargo," published In IHOX It la probably the highest prior ever paid for the work of an Amer ican author. "1 have not had a drink since July 5, 1904, »a.v» Champ Clark Far from us the desire to be In qulslte, how. Champ, how do you manac* to locate the date so definitely? ****************** * I CAN REMEMBER * * * The Kiks' carnival. When the Orpheum was on Sec ond avenue. The first moving picture show. The moving picture "train" on Second av. » ¥ »» ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥l| , ¥¥¥¥ * * * I CAN'T REMEMBER * * * * ****************** What Ihn wife tied the thread around my finger for this morning. To come to a full stop. WN. 0013. And you r*c«lv«d your juat reward. CHEERFUL ANSWER TO BTUDENTr QUESTION* The tall, lanky man with the Iron gray hair and the prominent Jaw waa alwgy* seated at hla d»ak In th* lecture room when you arriv ed. ll* would nod good morning aa you entered and would b* ready and Interested to give hla opinion or advlc* upon any question you might wish to bring to hlrn. wheth er 1( had to do with the next foot ball game or th* coming examlna tlons. • • • IJnlng , I'm*pent street. Is Princeton, and overlooking the aurroundlng country, ther* ar* 13 million-dollar cluba. We had a rtne time In those cluba —w*. th* chosen few, who bail "made good." We wer* very par ticular about picking our frlenda and fu'ure club mates In fact, w* spent th* whole year at It. W* j delegated men to look th* new- I corner* over, to *«•• what sort of 1 clothes they wor*. and how the) ! brushed their htlr. We adorned our lists with handsome allk bands as dlattngulablng marks of our au p«rorltjr. On* day we d*ard that newa that' Woodrow" waa going to destroy Hi* old aanred Prlncwton traditions ll* waa even going to try to make ua eat, sleep, work and enloy our selvea In the same quarte a with th* r*llowa w* wer* pleased to d--en» our Inferior* the "and birds lie even said aa much to our very faces And h* said It with that deter ! wined look of hla that mad* know it would be an If he waa to! continue 1* president of Princeton university. The million <V>llar club*, with the million-dollar "grads" behind them held up tbalr banda In right eous horror, FIND "SAD BIRDS" ARE HUMAN, AFTER ALL lint the hat banda catne off. It appeared, then, that there were men with brain* behind clothe* which weren't of th* latest cut, and that real "making good" Ws fill doxans of Mall Order* every day—if you can't r*sch the store tn person write us your naeda. Have You Visited Our Toyland? Economy Basement. During the last two weeks thousands of satisfied patrons have visited this part of this fast growing store with the greatest satisfaction to themselves and splendid savings for their pocketbooks. Whv not join the thrifty throngs that will visit here tomorrow and this week and enjoy with them the privilege of seeing your dollars exercise the fullest limit of their purchas.ng power in this great "Economy Basement." See the pretty IJrctscd Dolls we have displayed on special priced tables at 25<, 50* and 75< Extra Special KID BODY DOLLS BEAUTIFULLY DRESSED BY OUR OWN DKRBSMAKKR THEY BTAND 1< INCHES HIGH WORTH fI.SO OR MORE BUY THEM TUESDAY AT An. ONLY aoC Mechanical Trains That run by clockwork or electricity on tracka. at prteM ranging from 25c to $10.98. Don't fall to Me our leader »t 98c. This Is the big gest value "ever." Consist* of Knglne with tender and two car*, tot* of track, automatic signal—tho train can t paas with the signal up -automatic road crossing which clow* down when train passes, and a real tunnel—low Just think of all this, complete, far QQ the small sum of only UoC You cant match It in Seattle. BABY BUMPS—GUARANTEED UNBREAK ABLE HEAD —THE ONLY REAL UNBREAK ABLE M>LL IN TOWN; SEE Ol K PQ. VERY SPECIAL NUMBER AT ONLY. 03C Fancy Perfumes _ Main Floor. A very at VH tractive line of fancy package JBk, Koodi, put up In R " "Oft* and 1 : ~ iff MCT kind* of pretty l tm J/ 1 Hashets. There L !>• n 1 are ao many -4K£LjP pleasing styles It Is hard to choose. Prices mn*e 35c, 25c and 15c. Fancy Mottled Perfumes In dox ens of styles under such hrandß ns Roger# A nallett, Plvem, 11 ud nut and other leading makes 10c to »3.60 Toilet Waters In fancy packages nnd reputable makes 75c, 89c aftd up Candy Department Main Floor—Near Entrance. Delicious, fresh Christ mns Can dles in splendid assortments, for presents and general use. nnd \ou will find our Popular Prices that prevail all the way through the line will please you. Fancy and Plain Mixed, Itroken Mixed, Cream Mixed, Caramels, Choco late Drops nnd other Christmas Sweets at 10c per half pound and up. Stacy Chocolates —Two Hues of these extra choice goods, spe cial, a pound 35c and 50c Solve the Gift Question With Our Merchandise Certificates. Pantdn & I onodn Co. f V • « ,*C "The Economy More Second Ape., Between Spring and Seneca—Phone Main 603S waa quite a different thing Irom what we had thought. Tt waa the night of Woodrow Wil son's election to the governorship of New Jersey by an overwhelming majority. ll* was sitting quietly at hla home on the campua with hla fajnlly. It was hla last evening as the head of his alma matar. Tomorrow he would begin anoth er big fight for democracy and tha square deal In a field entirely new to him. Fifteen hundred atudenta had formed a parad* and were march Ing to hla home to say good-bye lie heard them coming, and, quiet ly opening th* window, stepped out to greet them. He arnll<-d aa b* aaw us. It waa strange that, as we stood there, w* heard hla voice waver aa he began to talk It waa strange that we heard no word of personal exultation or prtd*. It was strange that be did not seem to reallge th* Edw. I* Fllnn, real «-«tat®r. of f"l«»re!*nd, ha* been renamed T p D" (which, Injlng Kne!lah<-d. atanda for "Plrkpocket'g Mr Edward, t*» It known, boaata of exactly 21 po< keta In a Hugh lull at clothe*. which ought to prove Joy it* I ore for an expert dip "When I marry," h« aya. If l-<*ver marry, I figure ray wife will k« ob!lg<«l to forego many a ««me of export cheating If ahe hath a mi&d to pick my |M>ckeUPhiladelphia Telegraph. Dolls for All Ask the salesladies to show you the full jointed Dressed Char acter Doll called the Dancing "Coquette," | which measures 16 inches in height, has >PIm&EQB heautiful dancing eyes, gowned in beautiful white silk marquisette yMjtJjX of the latest fashion. /'/ iPj\ adorned in pretty rib bons. Worth more than twice the price iJQ u ■ - unmclv v I ifO M M Other Dressed Dolls ® from. .25? to $10.08 Did you get one of those 24-inch full jninted Undressed Dolls with sewed wig at only $1.25? There aren't many left. Don't overlook this bargain. Other jointed Dolls at IS** to $6.98 Kid Dolls at prices ranging from 25c to $10.98. We carry such well-known makes as Aurora, Kestncr, Celebrates, etc. Ask to sec our special "Kidlyne" Doll—sht sleeps, too; 20 inches QOp long; only UQw Don't forget the Character Dolls —the cutest novelties of the year. We »re showing a big line at prices from 25? to Stationery Dep't Rear Mezzanine Floor Fancy 01ft Poxes, In which to pine* your presents. In nearly every stylo and shape as well aa several different color scheme*. Prices 5c and up Fancy Poxed Stationery—We think we have about everything that heart could wish. S|>eclal values at prices ranging from.. 5c to *1.89 Christmas Accessories such as seals, cards, stickers, gummed tape and many other little things so nocensary In making up and mailing your gift pack ages l>on't fall to see 1fl#» our line at I uC NOTION DEPARTMENT. Main Floor. Fancy Hoae Supporters, pin on and band garters, many pretty styles in both plain and fancy silk trimmed designs. A largn stock to choose from at 65c to 19c Fancy Spring Tape Liues. many Styles 49c to 10c Needle Hooks. Royal Scott and many other styles, always ap propriate for gifts. Prices from 10c up Shopping Hags. 1n which >ou can carry home all of the other gift packages. Prices from 10c up to $1.25 Work Boxes with various fit tings. the higher priced ones of course have better equipment than the less expensive. The moat of them have needles, pins, thimbles, scissors, etc. The prices are $1.48 to 15c prominent of hi. new poaKlon He hid been cwnfirlßot that k would end that way from the bSLji nlnit Now he waa think!:,* ~„iy t the blf P ,po„.lblllty put by the ~P | # He uiked 100, 2 hta friend* Ho .uiked~««. !*.» "" » Mil!? I'rlnceton nnd hlmaelf hot VtJ! Princeton men In the the i lion and the world • • • STOP# TO TALK WITH LABORER ON STREET You urn lorUn«d. perhane u ■ mile at thll talk about ambition and unaelflah Mrrrt,* "Tommy rot!" you cay. man la human. 1 1,. looka for whZ bo i an Ket out of a thlnf" W» cub« at Princeton umlleltM until we knew the man btirtS talk ami aaw him act We ttt u. chat with lb* day laborer og afreet, and (five the ri »pecUM»" man the cold *hould<-r whaaw needed it. We aaw him lura inn a few hundred thoiaand doll* )uat because tb*y came with a Uttk 'a* attached. We aaw a powtrfij combination of wealth, advocatlaa pink tea, manicured educatloa bin Ita head Into a atone wall and >u> tip uatonlphed and aho<ked. Whether we agree with Wood, row Wllaon'a Ideaa or not. w« know he cannot be mo red an inch from hla purpoee. If you allnx mud at him. It win come back and imoar yon, without touching him If you try to b*mie him with cugar pllla, he will pe«l off the »Wf«l wrap pin* and ihn* the audience the bitter polaoa be neath If he enter* a room trnj flnda you working in the dirt ha will turn on the light for you. That'i the kind of a man our nett nr«i. dont la. 9 WARNING TO GIRLS Art Department Front Mezzanine Floor A remsrkablo yi display of 111- y&jp&ZU low Tops to be embroidered in "jA jjST a big variety of njggZMKr ftylaa. Prices 10c, 25c, 35c, ( >Ot aJJI 50c, 59c. 69c. V I*l «iS# Embrol dered * Pillow Tops, trimmed with fringe, nil ready for the pillow 49c The new Pine Cone Pillow Top in all the new brown shades, •' #9c Felt Pillows, all the Seattle school designs; fine for corners, at $1-75 and $Z» Pillow Loops, mercerired M<[ silk, combination and plain >'0 • ors. at 250 and 48« Fancy Pin Cushions, in r P" Mt variety of style# and colors Prices from '9° ,0 " Slipper Bags. Laundry N' 1 * 8 ?"' 1 and Collar Hags, in inaiiv st>*». at 25c to 59c Knitted Slippers, in Assorted colors and all Biaes, at... ■ • • • •:i 59c and $1"° If you wish to give Glows* and donl know th* sits or color, B*v* on* of our Glov* Bond*.