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SILKS AND SATINS in all shades,
LACES, EMBROIDERIES and
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SHIR WAISTS, the best line in the
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EASTER EGGS, EASTER CARDS.%
W EASTER NOVELTIES.
O. M. Olsen,
TELEPHONE 85 DRUGGIST,
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The Largest Line in Boys
and Childrens Caps for Spring.
Our Fine Perfumes
Are verey agreeable
and will please you.
Than a seasonable up to date SPRING HA in
We a a good line.
AT THE TEMPLE GATES.
[An Eaeter solace by Sam \V. Small.]
When the night gloom o'er the aeal'd tomb ol the
Son of JIan was rent.
And the sweet sight of the dawn light came
through eastern shadows spent.
When the terror of their error wak'J the madmen
from their sleep
And the grieving, but believing, women sought
his grave to weep.
Then wen* given forth from heaven things we
may not understand.
For the token seal was broken by an unseen spirit
And the waiting and the hating soldiers saw the
blaze that shone
From iigh heaven o'er the riven and rpjected
Then the mystery and majesty of Christ, the
Lord, was shown.
And the living power giving him the whole
world for his throne.
For the Risen One from prison of the grave came
forth a King
O'er the evil and the devil and the death law's
And the fearful, coming tearful, saw the Angel,
heard him say,
"He who slept here is not kept here he hath
gone his sovereign way!"
Sudden, glorious and victorious, came the fullness
of their joy,
And their sadness leaped to gladness that no
doubt could e'er alloy!
So the event of that moment to all people comes
In the stories and the glories of the messages of
And the yearly anthem clearly sounds the resur
And the yielded soul is shielded in the Christ
life's holy calm!
THE ACCURSED EASTER EGG
A a a Nuptia Gift the a
of a E S it
Several centuries ago it was general
ly believed that on Easter morning, at
the sound of sweet bells chiming
through the sunlit air, fair angels with
azure wings descended from heaven,
bearing baskets of eggs, which they
placed in the homes of faithful and
Sometimes, however, the evil one
slipped into the basket an accursed
egg, which could not be distinguished
from the others.
Such a one forms the story of an
ancient legend of France.
There lived in a \Milage a widow,
with a dear and beautiful daughter.
latest colors. Our $2.50 Badger shown in the cut here*§»
is a leading style and every hat is guaranteed to be sf*
well worth the price paid for it.
ju Buy now while the assortment and sizes are yet in stock.
Waiting for the Morrow, may bring Sorrow.
thinks of getting anew hat. af»
named Jeanne, who was beioveu tor
her many virtues by both rich and
poor. She used to visit the hovels of
the unfortunate and the sick, to relieve
their troubles and care for their dis
tresses, for which she received their
blessings and devotion.
One Easter morning, when returning
from early mass, Jeanne met an old
beggar woman, who asked for alms.
Jeanne gave her what she had, and
the stranger peered through her ragged
hood at the pretty young girl, saying:
"Beautiful damsel, do not disdain the
gift of a poor beggar. Take this egg.
and before this day 12 mouths a young
and handsome nobleman will ask for
you in marriage. You will become a
great lady. On your wedding day I
command you to break this egg. It con
tains a nuptial present."
Not far from this village rose the tur
rets of an old castle, which had long
remained untenanted, but within this
year a young knight arrived at its
gates, proclaimed himself heir to the
estate, and refurnished its bare and
The lord of the castle chanced one
day to see Jeanne, and, dazzled by her
beauty, sought her mother, saying that
Sir Robert de Volpiac asked for her
hand in marriage.
The day was arranged for the wed
ding, which was celebrated in the
chapel of the castle in the presence of
the bridegroom's aristocratic friends.
When the feast was ended and all
the guests had departed, the bells of
the tower tolled out the 12 booming
strokes of midnight.
The bride and bridegroom went into
their beautiful room, and Jeanne, tak
ing her arm from that of her husband,
walked over to a carved oaken chest
and brought out a casket which she
had ordered to be placed there.
Her husband watched her move
ments with great curiosity, and when
"My dear lord, I have promised to
break this egg on my wedding day,"
and told him its history, he begged her
to wait until morning.
Jeanne, however, would not listen to
his entreaty, and lifted the egg from
its place. It was burning hot. With a
cry she let it fall, and it broke.
An enormous toad leaped out of the
broken shell, vomiting flames, which
set fire to the curtains, and the wicked
tongues of fire soon spread from wall
to wall, until the whole castle was en
The next day there was nothing left
but a heap of ashes, for the entire cas
tle burned, and all its inmates perish
ed, through the gift of that fatal Eas
ter egg from the hands of an evil spirit.
Mrs. De Sour—I want you to keep
your dog out of my house. It's full of
Mrs. De Smart—Mercy on me I Fido,
come here, sir I Don't you go into that
house again. It's fall of fleas. —Jewish
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