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The Seattle star. (Seattle, Wash.) 1899-1947, December 06, 1918, Image 20

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So Tkat He Will Know Just What to Put in Your Stocking on Christmas Eve? Here Are a Few of the Playthings He Will Have in His Pack:
TOYS FOR A VERY
LITTLE GIRL
Pattie Cake Dai*, made of light
material for the little tot; 12-
inch, at $1.35.
Teddy Bears, made of soft, woolly
plush, 11 ins. long, at 85r.
Floor Chimes with metal wheels,
covered with bright colored che
nille, s Of.
Phoenix Silk
Stockings $1 Pair
Sitter Witt Like a
Pair for Christmas
Many a thrifty gift-seeker will be
especially well pleased to know of
this good assortment of Silk Stock
ings at $l.OO a pair. Black, white,
brown, mouse. Havana brown, cloud
and gray, in sizes to 10. • «
Silk Stockings $1.15
Stockings, slightly imperfect in
the knitting, so arc offered at less
—but they wear splendidly. Black,
white and some costume shades arc
here for you.
UPPER MAIN PLOOR-THE nONMARCHP
I O THE QOTN MfIRCHE
I Bargain basement
Buy Your Christmas Gifts in the
Bargain Basement —and Save
All extra expense is eliminated. You wait upon yourself, you carry your parcel* home. There are no
elaborate fixtures. Therefore we can afford to sell at a lower advance on cost.
LITTLE BOYS' SUITS $1.98
In Oliver Twist style, of plain and checked
gingham, or combinations of both, with collars
and cuffs of plain gingham. Some with white
waists and dark collars and cuffs. The colors
are blue, pink, tan and brown./ Sizes 2 to 5.
HOLIDAY HANDKE!MSttEFS
Women's Handkerchiefs of\wn or linen,
embroidered, or initialed in white and colors,
in Christmas boxes, 3c to 50c.
Buy Dad's Christmas Gift in the Bargain
Basement and Get More for the Same Money
Men's Silk Socks 50c
Pure thread Silk plated Socks with seamless feet and
double heels and toes, in black, white and #ray; all
ready, six pairs in a box. All sizes.
Suspenders 45c a Pair
Similar to President style.
Is Your Name in Santa Claus' Big Book?
TOYS FOR A VERY
LITTLE BOY
Kiddie Kars for little boys to ride,
made with three wheels, priced
at f1.75.
Seven Nested Blocks, with animal
letters and nursery rhymes on
them, price $1.75.
Shoofly—horses, ducks or roost
ers, on wheels or rockers—
prices $3.00 to $4.25.
Women's Union Suits $1.50
EXTRA COOD VALUE FOR THH MONEY
Women's White Cotton Union Suits—winter weight, slightly fleeced.
Dutch neck style, with elbow sleeves—sizes 84, 36 and 38.
Extra large sizes, 40, 42, 44, at $1.63.
300 Girls' part-wool Union Suits
—to fit children 2to 16 years
white only, good weight. Irregu
lars of our Lackawanna Twins.
Profit by Our Simple Selling Methods
DABKMKNT. I*NION HTUERT HT< >HK ENTRANCE PROM t*N!ON HTItEET OR ST A IP. WAT PROM BARGAIN BASKMENT
Underwear and Gloves at Minimum Prices
Girls' Wool
Union Suits $1.65
"IRREGULARS"—ABOUT
% LESS THAN REGULARS
Girls' Silk Dresses
ARE PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR THE
Of silk poplin in plain and changeable *
colors, with collars and cuffs of white and
trimming of buttons. Several styles in rose,
gray, green, navy, Copenhagen and tan.
Sizes 8 to 14.
Of linene in green, blue ami pink, with yoke and sleeves in
striped white madras to simulate a jruimpe. Another style is belted
and has collar and cuffs of white, buttonholed in color and fin
ished with accordion pleating. Sizes 2, 4 and f>.
Boudoir Slippers 98c and $1.39
Of cotton crept', kid or silk poplin, in gay figured patterns and
plain colors, finished with a silk pompon. Sizes !l to X.
Juliette Slippers $l.-15
Of Oxford gray, red and navy
felt, with black fur trim
mings, leather soles and
heels. Sizes :> to H.
Gift Neckties 25c, 45c, 59c
tour-in-lland, in full sizes, in all the new colors and
patterns—lißht, dark and conservative effects.
Garters and Arm Bands 50c Set
i In assorted colors and ready to send in a Rift box.
THE SEATTLE STAR
TOYS FOR A LITTLE
BIGGER GIRL
Tintoi;niph Sets, containing paper
dolls, doll houses and other tilings,
$l.OO.
Ilorsntan Dolls with composition
heads, stuffed bodies and dressed
in short clothes, price $5.50.
Celluloid Tea Sets, containing four
cups and saucers with a creamer
set at 911.75,
Boys' Wool Union Suit* $2.25
"IRREGULARS"—AT ABOUT
LESS THAN REGULARS
Seconds of our Ijickawunna
Twins high grade suits—but the
imperfections are hardly notice
able. Natural gray, heavy weight,
with closed crotch. For 4x>ys 6 to
16 yearn.
TINY TOTS' FROCKS $2.49
Factory Samples 52..10
Boudoir Slippers of satin,
padcji'd and embroidered in
all the dainty colors and
black. Size 4 only.
Crt'Klt MAIN 1 I/JOR—THKBON iURCUG
TOYS FOR A LITTLE
BIGGER BOY
Tinker Toys—with them you can
make bridges, windmills and other
things; price 800.
Drums—l3-in. size, made with gen
uine calfskin heads, price $3.75.
Wood Bildo Blocks—Rridges, l»oats,
houses, furniture can Im> made
with them; prio 50<», 91.00
and $2.00.
Women's Kid Gloves $1.65
. A BOON TO THE GIFT SEEKER
American-made Washable Kid Gloves—in one-clasp style, with P. X.
M. and pique sewing. All sizes, in white, pearl and tan, some sizes in
gray. Also a full line of sizes in Gray Suede Gloves, one-clasp style.
Women's Kid Gloves
$2.50 to $3.25
PERRIN'S IMPORTED GLOVES
Beauties—and so snug fitting,
are these Gloves, in black, white,
gray, tan. brown, navy and cham
pagne. With self embroidery or
contrasting embroidery and welts
—at popular prices.
Christmas Neckwear
for Men *
CIJ THE MEN'S SHOP IS SHOWING MANY NEW AND
[ .. HANDSOME PATTERNS IN GIFT SCARFS t
Jj The newest designs, the handsomest colorings in Men's Ties seem
to have found their way to the Men's Shop. Here you will find strife
♦JSW' ing printed scarfs, smnning brocades, dashing regimental stripes and
almost every other kind of silk known to the neckwear world—and
they are all Bon Marche values. The four powerful price groups af*
ford unusual opportunities to those interested in practical gifts formal.
JPjjL Christmas Ties at 50c
iffidSL Christmas Ties at 75c
Christmas Ties at $l.OO
Christmas Ties at $1.65
V MKN'fl SHOP—IJOWKII MAIN FLOOR
The Christmas Postoffice Is Open
Second Floor—Rest Room
It will send your Christmas packages or letters
—issue money orders —register letters or packages
—insure packages.
This year we are only permit led to accept packages
for postoffices in the United States.
srr .rr -jl. . jr.»t rs
Gift Stationery 75c Box
AN UNUSUAL OFFER
Two quires of Gift Stationery, nice enough to give
any one; r> assorted tints in each box, and for only
7r>c a box.
CHRISTMAS DRESSINGS
—Tags, Seals and Enclosure Cards, 10c package.
—Tissue Paper, 15c quire.
—Gold and Silver I'ord, 10c spool.
•—Rihbonzcne—rea and green—loc.
—Holly and Poinsettia Boxes, 5c to 50c.
L'I'PEU MAIN KLOOTt—THE HON MARCH!?
TOYS FOR A REAL BIG GIRL
Baby Dolls, made with bisque
heads, sleeping eyes, sewed
wigs; 21 ins. long, at $12.50.
Doll Houses, in bungalow style,
made of fiber board, containing
two rooms and attic, 913.50.
Cooking Sets, made of aluminum,
including six pieces, $1.25.
Women's Kid Gloves
$2.25, $2.50, $2.75
AMERICAN-MADE GLOVES
"Perrin's" and "Bacmo" Ameri
can-made Kid Gloves—washable,
with pique and P. X. M. sewing,
in white, gray, mode, tan, brown,
butternut and pearl shades.
The Bon Marche
TOYS FOR A HEAL RIG BOT
Kadioptiron Machine throws en
larged pictures on wall from poet,
cards; prices 515.50 to *20.00.
Steam Engine*. either upright or
horizontal types; .-ome with steam
and water (fauces; B!S< to fCS,
Irish Mail Hand Cars with wood
frames, steel axles and rubber
tires; price f».00.
New Silk
Umbrellas $5.00
Useful Gifts for
Rainy Winter Days
It will be a delight to go oat in
the rainy weather—if you gh*j
"her" one of these Silk Umbrellas.
They're so pretty, and keep out
the rain just fine. Made of high
grade pure silk, in all the popular
colors, such as
Emerald Green. Hurgundy. Nary,
Nigger, Rookie. Garnet, Cardiaal
and Purple.
Umbrellas made with hakiltt*
trimmed handles and silk coffda, with
eight steel ribs—and you*ll not hesi
tate to buy them at $5.00.
UPPRIt MAIN FLOOR—THE RON MARCH! j
Light Cut Glassware
at 37c
Excellent m «e=»
Inexpensive Gifts Ji f /
Thrifty Shopper jp J§
Glassware pieces, c~^
lightly cut, in a va- ]LL\
riety of patterns, suit- fjl 11 4
able for dininjr room. '' < -CT 4
parlor or bedroom. In
eluded are:
BUD VASES MARMALADE JARS
FLOWER VASES CUT GLASS PLATES
FLOWER BASKETS HONEY JARS
COMPORTS and other useful piecc&
Fotmnr kloor

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