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SAflTfl GLAUS
PST STAY
THE DE.VU OID LKGEXD'S
IlOi.U IS STILL,
STno\G.
SPECIAL LETTERS FROM
PROMIXEXT PEOPLE TO THE
' GOLDEX Rly'Lli:, . ST.
PAH..
WHAT PRESIDENT (I.KVELAXD
Anil Many Prominent Woaien Say
of the StoeWiiiK S«-nii
ment.
Christmas day is essentially the chil
dren's holiday. There is no day of the
year so completely given to them,. and !
the customs- and usages so typically
descriptive of the occasion are thor- j
'oug-hly identified with childhood's hopes i
and joys. S?**vJ . -
The Christmas story, letter or verse I
writer never fails to allude to the
stockings which hang beside the hearth,,
the Christmas tree laden with toys and
sweets and glittering with : myriad j
fancy lights, which rival the children's !
eyes as they flash and sparkle with j
happy anticipation.
In every, nation and in all times the \
legend of Santa Claus has been related i
to the children. It originated with the
Germans, who told the little ones of the"{
kind Saint Nicholas, who came with ;
good things for the deserving and a
whip of furze for the naughty. The |
legend of Santa Claus, which in these |
end-of-the-century days we still . tell I
to the little tot at our knee, is one j
of the sweetest relics of the old times I
—one that we can hardly dare asso- |
ciate with the fin de siecle child. What !
with ,dancing classes, juvenile parties j
and good clothes, the children of i
fashionable people are being carried
from our sight by the awful Pied
Piper of society. It is possible that the
twentieth century child will laugh to
scorn the idea of a Santa Claus riding
over the roofs in a reindeer sleigh and
performing athletic feats in chimneys.
There is a strong desire on the part of
some people to eradicate the old-time
custom of telling the children Santa
Claus fables.
Shall Santa Claus be given up?
"One of the sweetest memories of my
childhood," writes Mrs. Mark Hanna,
"is the dawn of Christmas morning,
when in nightgown and bare feet I
used to steal down the stairs as still as !
a mouse and go to the fireplace, where i
my stocking was hung under the man
telpiece. I used to take down my stock
ing to see what Santa Claus
had brought me. I would take
the stocking and hug It tight j
in my arms, then I would stand I
in front of the stove and look earnest- j
ly to see if Santa Claus had left '
any trace of his coming or dropped any !
toys in his flight. I shall never forget !
how I first learned that Santa Claus j
was a myth, and that it was a loving I
father and mother who filled the stock
ings. I had been quite ill the.day be
fore Christmas, and a bed had been
made for me on a lounge in the sitting i
roor.i, so that I might be near my j
parents' room, which opened out of the !
room where the stove was. I was rest- |
less and wakeful, and when my mother j
filled the, stockings I saw her. I said: |
'Why does not Santa Claus come?. Is !
the snow too deep?' My mother told j
me all about it."
"There* is so much that is beautiful
In the legend of Santa Claus." said Mrs
Platt, ; wife of ex-Senator Thomas C.
Platt, "that I do not see how one could I
very well .bring up one's children not !
to believe in it. I think it is far sweeter I
to teach children that a good Epirit I
fills their stockings than it is to have a
Christmas tree. I was . brought up to
believe in Santa Claus and so were my
children, and if there is any harm in '
this innocent deceptio-n I fail to see it.
I do not believe it ever harmed any one. !
I hope no stern dealer in facts will ever
dispel it from the lives of the coming
generations.".
Mrs. McKinley, the president-elect's
wife, writes:
"Do 1 believe in teaching children the
existence, of a Santa Claus? : Well, in
deed I do. If I had children I would
tell them the legend of Santa Claus as
soon as they were able to understand
anything. I would not thank any. one
for. undeceiving them. How well I re
member my delight as . a child in
hanging up my stocking on Christmas
eve. I would not let any one hang it
for me; I thought I knew the best place
for it. How I used to ™- to bed deter
mined not to sleep a w S all night that
I might see the good ola saint when he
came with his pack of toys! I suppose
1 managed some nights to keep awake
as much as a half-hour. One night I
supposed must have dreamed;, of
Santa Claug, but it was a vivid dream,
for L declared the next day I had seen
him come out of the stove door all
ashes and- soot, a little, old man with a
bag of toys on his back. I persisted in
declaring I had seen Saaita Claus. until
I was a big girl, and no matter what
any one said to me, nothing ; could
shake, my faith in his existence." jj
President Cleveland, surrounded ■"; by
a crowd of hungry office-seeker?;,
looked like any one but a believer in
fairy tales.
He takes time- to write: "Indeed,: 1
fully believe in teaching the little ones<
to -believe in i Santa Claus; he - la - the
children's patron saint. K*l believe to
depiive children of the belief in their
stockings being fllled^by.igood old St.
Nick would-be; to rob them- of half
the. pleasure of childhood."
Mrs. George Gould writes of her ear
.ly J»remembrance of - the days; when
Santa Claus was an actual living, hu
man being, who > rewarded all .. good
children at Christmas time by filling
their stockings. '
"I did not.think of Santa Claus as a
fairy or as a spirit, but as a sort of
father," who -came about at Christmas
time,". said she." "I taught my little
daughter to . believe' In Santa Claus,
and I would not give the happiness or!
seeing her unload her stocking on
Christmas morning for all I possess.
Even now she brings her stocking, and
has a Christmas tree besides, and tho"
.last thing I-do before retiring on Christ
mas eve is -to fill that little stocking
and hang my contributions, with those
"of' her grandma r and aunties, 'Yon the
tree."-':;. -"-. ■ .>.y ;:_" ■■,-.■'■■-- r y ;.'-.-■- -
■ ;Daivid Christie Murray thus briefly
r expresses his faith in the. Santa Claus
legend: '.*—- -;. :.;• . ■■
"If I had my way every child should
believe in Santa Claus. Every child
should believe -in - fairies, ; elfs,: and ; ail
benevolent small peoplo. "■.. i >hate * the
modern utilitarian mechanisms which;
are killing. the graceful Imaginations
natural to childhood." ■
\ y'4-7 CHRISTMAS "RIVERSIDE."
CrpilltaUli*. Production ot tin- 511 n
. neKOta State < Training "ScUool...
The boys of .; the Minnesota State
Training school have dqne' themselves
proud this year with their Christmas
edition of the "Riverside,".: a magazine
published by ; the boys:of ■ the school all
the year i-nnmi THiia-f^hrigtmo^ num
ber ia be iTi«nrJ*Creft-■,, Trfjmt^
-phicaly,': and > wishes I all readers of j
;:the Riverside.; &-,- .'.' Merry.-;: Christmas" j
and"a-"Hanpy^ Year." >'I-t^contains | ;
a number; of J clever; stories ;of I the ; sea- |
son, bits of vers« and literary; odds and
i one's, suited; to the\minds and lives of
i i thp -. youngsters * issuing t it. There v are i
also a»number of [ good: Illustrations and I
the .working, force of the paper; is; given: I
on .the^last-jpage as follows: M. C.
| Ruseell, editor ;,and instructor. Com
'pesitors,■--present * and paroled.;;. !
■ V. G.. Maseiie,"'Fred Riechman; , Charles
Burling, John Scoby. Louis Hall, Goo. West;: ;
James G. MrC!ary. Corlice E. Sykes. Geo. ;j '
W. Rice, James Matkey, Fred R. Dickens, j
Fred J. Gibson, Thomas C.^-Weeden,-."William
; H. - Bell, Adolph : Dlix.- .Theo. Miller, James •
I O'Brien, diaries L. Vail, R. W. Connolly,
! ■ Earl< C. "Matthews, ,James. Culllns, Herman:
KtmkerV- Louis Kandfrwitz. ■■-''■
EVEMXG WITH TEX.VYSOIX.
Kntcrlainment to Be Given l>y the
(levelj-n.l * Ilijii. School.
The young people of the Cleveland I
High school will .give an entertainment
in the school building Friday evening,
Dec. 18. The following programme will
be given: _ : ' . .1
Overture ....Cleveland Orchestra.
Essay.... Alfred Tennyson
• .Laura-Rischatsch. •■••
Recitation. ; Sir Galahad ;
Axel. Lindgren.- -„.;
Procession of prominent characters: King
Arthur.. Harold Stolpeatadt; Genevieve, Stel-- I
la. Knudson; Launcelot,; Samuel- Hoefer; El- i
am«, -Nina Hamilton; Minstrel, Joseph St.
Germain; Enoch.Arden,'Albert Hosmer; Ger 7
! aint, Horace Hokenson;.Enid, Mabel Hoffman;
! Sir - GaJahad, John Hanson; Moor, Maurice
; likkman; Lady Claire,, Celia Burk;; Leander,
: George Leonard; Hero. Eva Mitcheson;' Allan,
! Arthur Prior; Dora, Maggie Doyle; Maud,
j Gussie Stein. - :j
" Song, Lullaby, Cleveland Chorus; Julia An
| derson, Maud Leonard,. Mabel Bedbury, Ad
i _die Knapp, Bertha. Frost, Mardl, Woolsey,
: Maurice Hickman, Samuel Hoefer and F. .
j Stillrpan. :'. '■:'-''; \ :^^:'a--.- ,■ —. •■•■ -'■ ■'-"..
I Recitation ................".. .St. Agnes
■ •3m .- i ,•■-> f*' -f • Hannah* Ernst. '
I Song- ana Tab1eau......":.'........: '.The Letter
Bertha Frost, Addle Knapp.
I Tableau........Lady Claire and Vere de Vere
Vio!et . n.-.'on.
I Tableau Lady of Shalot
Amy Tollcison.
Tableau Elaino
Nina Hamilton. ' - .
Chorus Too Late
Recitation ........Death of the Old Year
Elsie Peterson. . .
| Tableau ..... Enoch Arden at the Window
Albert Hosmer. Axel Lindgren, Annie :'■
> - a " Hendricke.-
Music Orchestra
I Tableau....A .Dream of Fair Women Readers
i Kathryn Bersee.
i Helen of Troy .Julia Anderson
Iphigema .......;:: ..-...Hattie Sandell
■ Jeptha'a Daughter ...... Margaret Jenkina
j Queen Eleanor .... ;. .....Heine Grenier
i Joan d'Arc .Minnie Lundquist
i Margaret Roper ;.. Amy Lyons
Rosamond :; .Annie McCauley
Cleoi-atra ..... .........Carrie Ochrlein
Attendants—Judith Cedarblade and Lena Wil
-- ■ .'-'y liams. j
SUNDAY SERVICES, .
Announcement** of the St. Paul Pul-
I»ltB for Today.
St: Paul's (Episcopal), corner of
Ninth and " Olive. Rev. John Wright,
D. D., rector. Vested choir of forty
voices. Holy communion, Ba. m. Sun
day school, 9:30. v- Holy communion
(fully choral), 11. j Sermon, "The . Min
istry as Stars in the Right Hand of
Christ." Anthem, "Sweet is Thy Mer
cy, Lord;" Barnby (soprano solo 'by
Maurice Jeffrey. Evensong (fully cho
ral),- 7:30. Sermon. Anthem or solo.
Arlington Hills Presbyterian—Rev.
A. B. Driscoll will preach Sabbath,
Dec. 13, 'at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
People's. Pleajsant avenue—At 10:30 a. m.
Dr. Smith will preach on "The Christian
Freethinker," and at'B p. m. will lecture on
A German View of Soul and Brain." The
lecture will be illustrated with charts of the
brain and the stereopticon. - .
First M. E.—Rev. J. F. Stout. D. D."- will
preach at 10:30 a. m and 7:30 p. m. Morn
ing subject, "In the Place of Jesus;" even
ing : subject, "The Greatest . Translation."
! Special music. ' ';..: -
St. Peter's Episcopal, Dayton's -Bluff, Rev.
IA. T. Gesner, rector—Holy communion at
i 7:30 a. m.; other services at 10:45 a. ni and
7:30 p. m. "Brotherhood meeting" after closo
lof evening service.-? .
St. Peter' 6 Mission. : Post Siding, Earl and
East. " Seventh—Evening prayer and sermon;
subject, "Advent Teachings," 3:30 p. m.
j Memorial English Evangelical Lutheran
! West - Sixth, near Exchange: Alex. J. D
Haupt, pastor— at 10:30 a. m. and |
8 p. m.; morning theme, "What Went Ye
Out for to See?" evening theme, "Stewards
of Uie Mjsteries."
Bates Avenue M. E.—Sunday services 10 3«
and 7:30. Morning theme. "The | Law of
Charity;" evening. "The Model Friend." The
boys'; chorus wil> sing in the mornine and
Y. P. S. C. E. 'a evening. ;_ ;._ ■ ; > ..
Bethany Conacregational. Stryker arid Wini
fred, Rev. S. G. Arnett, M. D.. pastor—Serv
ices; at 10:20 a. m., subject, "The Quietness
of God's Workings." Song service and ser
mon at 7:30 p. ni., subject "Paying for hat
! You Get." f?t ' -
Westminster Presbyterian, East .Winifred
j and Greenwood— at 10:30 a. m.,
j subject, "Home Missions; '.'evening at 7:30 r!
i L. Barackman, pastor elect. •' ;
- First Baptist. Ninth . and Wacouta, Rev.
J. W. T Conley, JD. D.. . pastor— • the morning
service the pastor. will preach: in. the erenlng
! there will , % be a union service of - all .the
I Baptist churches of the city in the interest of
home missions. Dr..Williams will be present
and the different pastors of the city, will
speak. • ■'■■' - ■. . ■ -.', : ■-.- -■ \:;?;.;'
* Woodland:. Park —Morning service
only; bermon at 10:30. by Rev. E. R. Pope. .
* Goodrich Avenue Presbyterian, Rev. John
Pringle, pastor—Morning service at 10:30;
sacrament of Lord's supper and installation of
I elders. Evening service at 7:30;- subject, "The
i Unspeakable, Gift."
Ne'son Avenue Church of Christ. Alien .R.
I Moore, pastor—Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
j p. m.; morning subject.^"Work and Life;"
: evening. "The Compassionate Christ."
New Jerusalem. ■ (or- Swedenborgian). Vir
; ginia and Selby. Rev. - Edward C. Mitchell,
i pastor—Service at 10:30 a. ra.: subject of ser-
I mon, "The Outcasts ■of . IsraeV and the Dis
■ persed of Judah." • ; .
First Presbyterian, . Lincoln \ and Grotto--
I Communion service at 10:30 a. m.. with ser
; mon by Rev. William C. Covert. There will
i be no evening service. -•-..- -.
Unity, Wabasha, foot of Summit —Services
! at 10:30 a. m. In : the absence of the pastor.
j Rev. W. R. Lord, a sermon will be read by a
I layman. . . . ,--. .-/. ":■
: St. ; James' Episcopal. Lawson and DeSoto
! streets. Rev. J. -O. Ferris, rector—Vested |
j choir of thirty voices, W. M. Thurston or
: Ranist; Wilfred i Crowther, director; .matins,
| litany" and sermon, 11. a. m, " subject,'. "The
Ministry:" offertory, quartette and tenor solo,
j "Come Unto Me." Service - and - sermon, 7:45
• p. m. •; ■.-■ • r '•:.'- ■." ■■-■ -■■■.- - ".• .. ."
Clinton Avenue M. E.. R. N.-Avison,-pastor
i —10:30 a. m. subject, "The Rights of Chris
tian Conscience;" 7:30 -p. m. subject, - "The
; American. Citizens' Battle." Malo quartette,
special music. :,
The St. Paul Spiritual Alliance— 3 and S
o'clock p. m.. Sixth and West Seventh streets,
will have for ; a lecturer J.Clegg Wright, of
; Ohio; ■ Prof, and i M rs.-' Zurnbach.' Mrs. Harmon
and Mr. Percy Churchill will sing. ; :. "■ ,
• School'-of Christ.: Phoenix hall—ServicesZ at
j 10:45. subject • "The Voice," Mr. * Johnson
speaker. -Wednesday evening at 7:30 mono- I
logue recltation,"The " Awakening . of the
Soul," by Mrs. Glover, of Minneapolis. •—
Union Spiritualists wllHhold service at Odd
Fellows' hall. : Fifth and -Wabasha streets, at
8 p. m. Mrs>Asplnwall will lecture, and give
tests. Subject, "A Spiritualist's Explanation
and Interpretation of the Bible.""
Pilgrim; Baptist, Cedar near Summit—Music
by choir, assisted by - Fisk Jubilea r singers. '>. 1
Evening subject. "Modern Witchcraft." '
Dayton Avenue " Presbyter • pastor.
I Rev. !Maurice D: Edwards, D. . D., • will pi-each
lat 10:30 a. m. and- S p. m. - r -. . -- :
Wesley M.«E., Rico street—Services at 10:30
la.- m. and 7:45 p. ■; m. Theme .for. morning '
j service, •Spiritual Discernment;" subject for.
evening,', "A Call to 1 ihe Master's Vineyard." j
Both gerinona - by the', pastor," S. A. •-, Cook.
Special revival services; for about three weeks
.will'be. held, beginning- Wednesday evening.
V Bethel ; Boat, foot of Sibley—Preaching 7:30
p. m. by Rev. D. , Morgan, . subject, "Lota
Fatal Choice."
? Burr Street Baptist, Burr and York, G. L.
'Conley,;*pastor—Subject ■. of morning, service, '
"The Origin and Destiny of the Soul." No:
evening I service. '.Union service at: the - First"
Baptist.^—- ■;.- •-■ •.:--:- -.- ■.:.:. . -....-.•;'' . ■ .-.
-X First' German M. E.", W. J. -Weber, pastor—
Preaching at 10:30 a. m., subject, "The Opin
ions of Christ;" 7:30. "The ; Widow's Mite." -
."v- Grace M. E., Burr street. Rev. M. G. Shu-"
man, pastor—At the morning .service,,s Rev.
G. S.-lnnis, D."D., will preach; in the even
ing, :th c r pastor; subject; "Weary Workers." ]
: PaclHe • Congregational, "J. A. Jenkine,".- pas
tor—Morning service, -.10:30; | evening \ service, j
7:30. Preaching at both services by j the pas
tor. ■<'. .-■~-"-. "~ -■ ■'■:"■;--■-:.-.." •.■■ ' - ';'- 1 "-
-House Praabyterlan, Fifth 1 and Ex
changa—Services at "■ 10:30 •a. m.:" and 8 p. :m. I
The • pestor, ; Rev. John- Egbert, D. D., j
•will i preach £ tomorrow - morning and evening. -, !
Morning J subject, "The c Message t rom -; God to j
Men," being the sixth, of the series.^:. \±sis&*r
■i Park Congregational; Holly avenHe—Serv
ices at 10:30 a, in. 8 p. t ni. Preaching: by ' i
the\pastpr,- 4 Rev. Ed-ward P. Ingersoll. D. D.; '<
Hyening'-subjoct. "The i Path' and the Light.", -,
Sj Congregational, 'Summit:and Wa
i iasha, Rev. , Watson. B. MllJard, ipaator^-At
j fD:3O: the pastor will preach on : "Family Re
j '■> l%lo«;'. at 7:46 a platform ] m««ttng on "Good
THE SAINT PAUL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1890.
\^^^gpf^^\m UTtt-dl^- JEWELRY COUNTER
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I ■BhßbSSßMhHH^^^'^^^^^^ »!PsfJi fHiil iß^Sa I sizes. Take what you want at
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ment you can supply their J^^Ti^^^^y^fe^. <£ O\ lAsT- _« ste^s,,™
wants. Have you seen the f/ilpSsSS&Wf^Hft ■ KMIiJ IQf .jffljV ,„_ SKKr
grand horses we have, the /l^^^^^&^^^i Hr^t 1 .jba^aasgßßßßd- ; I^V« H| «^S engraving, Spe ;
wagons and carts, the >^//TlW^!^^^® V^fcn C~4* sterling W-\ : _^^^ ~~~ 15'CeiltSi
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novelties. Here are a few: ' j iff » '*^*s% al^^m *fl E?
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Hook and Ladder 754 feet £*> -t *-* Vv ment is filled -with;; samples of * - I RniiHnv <JfliAnf - -fYf^l-T/^' f\T^f^T
long, nicely painted finished $1,98 S«?SftSSi ]£3?.™ Z. 1^.... $6.98 \; _ H°llday °f ; DKUU DEFT....
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We have little To.v Pianos from 10c up V-*^ 1 choice Dress Goods inleng-ths from „ - . -:
Shoofly Rockers, like cut, finished to-5 -00 \. r" C 2 whole carloads of these i%* |U to 10 yards. This is not a sale of B^@BJp would be
in hardwood and nicely painted, Toy Piano, same as cut, nicely AQ n Painted Willow Doll Car- / \C i i■• manufactured Dress Patterns. It W[ sui-able
50c: upholstered in plush, $1.19. polished, perfect tone 6 keys TfOC riages at only «tIV |is our Annual Clearance Sale of "^"^^^^P for " .
[.'. ; _-■•.• :—.;;. --; . — "'""' Hill - son's Ifea^seniJfg" fr°m this Sea" ?oli^ .Gifts- We. meQtion a few»
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l^^B^ " *ilil?^ (11 I Sill ■WSBfc II 111 ilk and .Wool in Fancies and ■ l_»»kl UlTtl !_»*_>.
J^\& UILIIIII |gm.; lUIU Mixtures real $1.50 and $1.75 qual- We have no end of style 3 in
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comical Brownie Nine-Pins at Q*jQ *"*a=*= a *- =cs^^ hS^BSKm' rpe?yard. re •-*' 01V fancy or plain boxes.
;•■■•«;■■-V:.-- V -•' Magic Lanterns at from *"~1" : V Handsome 75c, 85c and $1 r r «^^- ounca fancy bottle of | A r .
Rocking Horses from 89c to sKs^^^i^ TR,;».-■■■:'-;■• -^-■--;;^ :-Bteßm,Toys, everylliiugmade.- wiih ;prices from-35c np.. qualities, in a large variety JiliG li' astt" aa • **ertume« in a |y^
$15.00, with saddle and . bridle com-' lOf u_tn $10 00. -fDßUwillke cut, with water gauge, safety valve. OJ*« of styles, go at, per yard... f/e/v very tine box .......;......
plete. £ Y. h'lv»vv" whistte, etc., for only wOO „ -
_1 _; ; *•-*•--•' • ' f; fj '•' ' | ■■■-■..- --- •-■ - . .-. ■-- J ■•■■ ?- -.i •■■-•;;•'-•" -" , - -You want to look ; over out line
...>■ .■ .. .., w : -*--|Uig. "-. ■■ -■: --..o •.•._.•..; .".-=:•... ' "... ; .;- .. -;.• .-:. v - | SOC, 45C, 39C and 25C of Combs, Brushes and Mirrors, in
visit to this department convince you that we have one of the most qualities go at nearly $£**?IJ*2?& d^fSSd, at
complete stocks of Games ever brought before the public. - half-price Monday, Celluloid Manicure set> on a neat
\-r.{' ..-" fai -:~ -'%"- "^ . - |r lUesday. and -WedneS- card, consisting- of File,' *A
sc, lOc, 15c. 19c G/\yV\ES LIP TO $3,50. I day. - g^ fe '. T. we?ze^. and 0%
KID GLOVE SALE..J....DOLLS.... OUR NEW CROCKERY ROOM.
FOR THE 2-claspPique JmuS^^' giris^our^dout ■ The Lar §T est DlsPlayof Holiday Fancy China and^Lamp g-oods ever shown. See our line of
_. ''-clasp Pique <^_^ g-irls^^our'^doSs The Largest Display of Holiday Fancy China and Lamp groods ever shown. Sea our line of I
■^^sff/ : and 2-clasp ; : gCT| ;i'v want to see you; French China. NOTE SOME OF THE BARGAINS FOR SWONOAY. /
4 «g__»__|__B(__w Overseam, in : / r>vQfcdV'' > they come - from ■• ■ " --• ■■"■ "" -•' ■ •'■"*" _ ___=_ '• ;": •■*" ;-■ ■-' ■'-■•■ ■■■■.■--•■-:■■- ■ ■.. : -■ ■ . :•. - ■ - '._ ■£ . .-•■ __ I
SKi^-^U-A Taus, Red, Xwfih3hs'\ ■■ everywhere and :-» I
VraE WKMQ Brown, Pearl " (v\l(8» -sJi ■ talk every lan- QfWlsll IU I 51fnn IWf ' /6FtibZ\ Dresden China - Prm- TITT f m \ A CCIU ADC
■^PHf and White, ex- ■ jwSKv fuage but yours; v ID Ufflp liepl. - ra:^s*s:f\S- \J[}\ ■ uLASbWAKfc.
cellent Glove WQ - \®B they are as oun- 7 !tl assorted colors. Mon- ~* x-*'
Of Jf\ 1 for $1.00; . «7 0* Vz ning- and.compan- 50 Banquet Lamps, large, Gold P^fe*^ day, only .. fiiss** Cut Glass Water
m^. kfjS Our Christmas f\s v, i\ iotiable as kit- Plate, warranted to hold color, latest fc <fHP ' y-sr-^-;-v:*'- /WgP Bottle, just like cut,
_ Jg|g^ggg>Jj3 Sale, W ' ii\ ten3 ' and if you improved Center-draft Burner, large-; • L^^a. -Ji '-'Vv/^l"r^ v '"/\"''fV'■-'-'•'■.'■■> ,;'\ g M §nf •■' Monday only
-r2SSe?«!-' per pair, ll>. \ get papa or Figure Center, Open work head and S|ii^sr tl j£ J^WHMA. "
- — «r- ' r*l *V ' \ mamma, uncle or base, these ,are regii- _h f| AA ■ fslilßS^r—' .1% I *f fl f^^^^P >|N -<i y\ A
/OC ' I \\" ' ';l- auntie to . send ular $5.00 Lamps. .-J|'/ -UK THI' V *QS \J . 3g S CTI Oil
ifc^l} '• ; — : xV.Y«-V/ ' you one at Christ- Monday they go at. .V H'^ • \J }h_l .-'-->-„. 'T^^^^^^' re*!' f\
. 4-Button Giace, 2-Clasp Pique, : 7*—^"^ -' mas by San t a "-■ -■ ' --••.*-■■ ... , -•■ J ' ".'-. \" jmSm'' •" Complete wkh»#lobe. •' Wi&!& W^S* \l/ *•V/>/ • .
with embroidered black and self- Ctaus' Express, it will be a merry .-•:.. - ('*psw» v ■ ' :" !.-y-
stitching, and 5-hook Dent's, real day for you. -Come and see the We are showing the most remark- i^g^Vj. 5 : ■ >-ggj^wT-x;-'. ■■'-*• ■■■--•.;—■ r'-.-;;'•'';.::•"
kid, never soM less than $1.50, com- window full of their.. able line of Vases and &*i&£sia* Lamp — ;
pose our line of Gloves to sell for ■. ■'"..' ■■-■-■■- jgiJgm)-'*- Bric-a-Brac ever dis- ; Globes ._B6SS^_ Cut Glass Oil or i^% a,
t:; _h4 /*\i^ - > ~~ : ' ~~~ K^Hgfra played in the Northwest, are.the correct £%? 4«L • Vinegar Bottles, like
■*->^ Jfe I \J\J ' Fur-Dressed Esquimaux Dolls at SJ^t^^ft direct from the leading- things. _ M M* Wi cut- Monday, only *j£flS^
■■ w |Oc 25C 48C J»S_^i Art Pottery in the world. Three Great 6'W 8 each . ' . -®)tS
MISSES' GLOVES. "" : '— ' ' ' •': " : (f^Sf: 500 small Decorated. Bargains for \fe^-W-'-- Af% i^^i :
w i, a ,- a *„;, r f M ." , Kid Jointed Dolls, with flowing WNEf Vases, new shapes and Rlonday: NSL-*^ • . A^fi - l^^^¥
4-b,,«0,, P lq sewad in Ta Red - 23 C , 29c 48 C , 68C. .JW S^V ZSC ■' "SS'Ly^yl "'^ *° /Qf —— : ~:
-and Brown, worth sl.oo per pair, for -■ = • — " - ---■ ••- --■ ■-■" ■'' - ««^W .^y.:. : each..;..... - *r*/V tf_S_** J. "tf_Zs_» Cut Glass
.■7Ark - ; Dressed^lts^i Silks', Wool and 5 -;:;.■.-:■ :'. - -..-. .. , ;... .■ ... .:. .. .-■. -.■,:-■.■.; — * "', ." ' ./'. „ ' ... " ' ; —-— i l|iffl " Wlfii " W^W ' Su^ar
■;7-- 1 %-IVB " ; Lace ' trimmed dresses, at y-^ 00 pieces of Vases, nice size, good 100 inch Decorated G i obc3) nice - ".^m^^m^-nmr^-m^nokd
2-Patent - Clasp Misses', with - 23c 4ißc 68c- 78C. decorations. They go i Q small, neat decorations. S>9c: ;:l||ii^
heavy black stitching, worth $1.25. TQU, UQO, / Monday, only, 4-OL These Globes go hvf f^^ Sffl _M^ Pattern
price, J- ' : ~ ' „-•- ** ~ each :.. 7UV Monday, only, each U^W ___|^ 'ftKO^a Wffi&
jo.— '"" An Elegant Difessed Doll or Full- '- .- *-■•' - •■■■-- . ■-■-■-- - -'-■--• : i^MePg «EJ«SySU3|iM& iA
,-..., ':, Joinled;Bisque v lHead Doll, with •:-- v> . , • ■ /| ill
' ~ -.-.■:.< ! <:-T-Vr "I". : : • open or huteye«.at;. c;- -.i " : 500 pieces of Bric-a-Brac, "in dec- lOOvIO-mchyDecorated^Globes^as-:- Monaay . oniv, each :.. ■■.':.' **S V -
The very style for Holiday \~ QQ^ftf^c Ct( d,O : orated fJ China ;-. and :V Glassware, all sortf d decorations; ■■:■ -■ -v .-, -■„■---. ..- -, . „ .■- ;y
--trade in our 2-clasp Trefousse,with; r:; *^& f 3>l.^ts. v;? ::, sizes Vo select from. They AA A are the largest B ze, and go : MQi —————————————- T _
i new fastenings and stitching," the . ".,-,.. /' . „.- \.1.,l '. I.:, V"..".." .-".,.- go Monday, only, •'' ' UXi Monday only, each 1 \* V- •- ■-'' Cut Glass Mustards, silver-plated
■regular $2.25 glove. Our price, ; French Jointed Infant Dolls,with; each ~ " . : -y UV """ ' —''"' " 'y"":'' ■ '• —:—: ~ covers and handles. •''" f\ O'/v"
;: "•■•" ■;: <fcl QQ :V:rr-- m°Vin L^ ; •;.;.. Y^; y : ' ' •-•";.•-"■;:•;;-■ -. ■.-y, : :- .•■ COME IN AND SEE OUR : ea^ day °"ly v":: ,^"^XjG%
Just received, _c* lot of 12-16- ' 780^,,^ 100 Water Sets -feg^ BARfIIH . FRI cY ■ C^'i""'^-
-20 Button Gloves, in light tan, Dressed Jointed Indian Dolls at -nicely decorated JBg I .* - f^HllliA T&S*!_f^ and Pepper '^W •■
pearl gray, white and black.worth : " 65C f -SI.OO, $1.48 ' S^Pitcher ' ."if JKBkL ■ UMllili.. . I **SJa_.!H© ■ Shakers, silver- ,»;
$2.50 and $3. Special,.per pair, .:, „.V *>I.W, „ .-■. ' Masses and t&HffiHT' In ; Main Aisle of ' Crockery Dept. plated tops. Choice „ SS3
dM SLA ' ; ;'- " - - Tray They co 'dnRMMmWm*- Loaded with assorted novelti.es,> of any shape, Mon- Y^ffi '
--^ VPIaOU. I French ; and r German Jointed Monday only : ranging from -. day only, each /-f-\
"::.Vl'.--:-■: •''.' ■-'■-T-'r-v;-: •.—■;..•■•: -_ . _ t Dolls, either dressed br.uiidressed; '-■ :. ' " - ~ i _ -V^:- 5: - y-^i '_\'
Toevcry p.u^n-acer of one or large or small, blondte or brunette. *<tr-;-:^Jmii'.;i\~~,*~L '£:. '..;'•-• ; |f|__ iflU OCa ; "'-^ "A - - ;'■" ■'■■■'■^B^t r^^^-'
more pairscf^,.£o Gloves, or 2 Our showing is unequaled in qual- #L y% C^ /* 4- ■ ' : IUCl S lUIII ZOUI " '; 1 « I /* illiiSߧ§r
pairs of cheaper Ones, we will give ity and style.. Equal goods can- ■ / .*ki ' . .^fr«T '"^ "^- ' "*. w-. ;'■' l:|ir=. ;'iTO^^SM"'>''
■a- very neat, pretty Japanese Glove not be obtained elsewhere at equal I ! *"J W W_J WLi ■ i "^ Jl Qf* "fi'On : [l/Lt «&fflS&E»gS_ff ::
Box. . ._...•:■•;:;■,:,yy,, : yyy%-y..■ ■■■- y\ prices. ."- .- •;y.':,;---^' r'■■•-" - !V,~ ■ ;"- •., m ***'-^^.:^T^ ":' .■ '. ' ;':- . ' :■. ' " T'OU^ lIX aOUJ " ; ""-^i^^^^?:

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