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I Santa Claps Home at Foclhs Gash Depf Stores 1
The joyous Christmas season is fast approaching and unbss y ou heed the warning and do your shopping early, you may be disappointed and not find just such things as you would like to have fr
df ar ones and feel keen disappointment Christmas Day. Today we have lots cT good things to make glad the little hearts, as well as the grpwn-ups.
Teddy Bears dark brown Teddy Bear, 20 inches tall, with electric
battel y for lighting of eyes switch for lighting, all complete, each
22-inch Teddy Bear, movable leg and head, each . .$1.98
! 8-inch Teddy Bear, each $1.25
! 5-inch Teddy Bear, each . . i . 98c
I 2-inch Teddy Bear, each . . 58c
9-inch Teddy Bear, each ... 48c
A sand toy for little children. A clean and busy toy will keep
the little ones cut of mischief. It's inexpensive, 3sizes 50c, 75c, $1
The Pile Driver Toy. This isa toy for the small boyv works like
a pile driver, is operated with large"'rriarbles, very attractive, will keep
a little bey busy all day. They come in 3 sizes, sell . . 48c, 75c and $1
Express Wagons, all sizes, big stock on' hand.. ' I
Little wagons for small boys about 2 year size, pretty painted bodies,
e?.Gh "... ... . ... ....... ... ... . . . . t.,rri, .. ,75c
About 4 year size wagon for, each . . . ... . . . 98c
6 year size wagon for . SI. 98
7 year size wagon for large boys, each $2.98
We have one large farm wagon body, will carry 2 bushels, has a seat
thftt will hold good size boy or girl has tongue for 2 goats or shaft
attachment for 1 oat would be a real-"-treat for a 9 to 11 year old
boy, each . . . ... .' , . ... $8.50
A handscme, large build, easy run ning:.aufp, has aelf starting ratchet
device, two seated, upholstered handsome striped body, orange color
ed, very durable, each . . . . . . ... ,f . . . . . $15.00
TRAVELING BAGS AND S OFT CASES.
A very extensive line of Bags and
Cases. A gift of this kind is economical
and most gladly received.
Genuine Black Walrus Bags, 20 inches
long, larsre size, stroner fastenings.
V . good looking bag fine present for
gentleman, each . . $25.00
Have cjark tan all leather Suit Case, fine
hardware trimmings, large strong case, will wear and last a life
time, each .'. . .:.. . ; . . . .$22.50
A good assortment of cases from $4.98 to $15.00 in black and
tan. . ...... t s-:.
1 W E E K
Beginning Dec. 1 1th
7ill be Window Contest weekthe
merchants in all lines have agreed on ex
tensive, artistic displays for the benefit of
their patrons far and near arrange to vis
, it our city the week, December 1 1 , the best
will be displayed.
All cized Velocipedes with and with :ut rubber tires.
Small boy size, without rubber tires, only $!.,vr,
About 5 year size . ...... .: S2.4o
Rubber tired Velocipedes from $2.88 i.p
j Doll Carriages and Perambulators cf Reed and Metal. A nice as
sortment still on hand.
Pretty Reed Carriage, good size fo: a child about 5 to 8 years del,
handsome looking, each . . . . . v $CZ
Perambulators, made of tin and metal, from . $1 ?8 u o
A special !ineiof pretty holiday ties. Pretty
novelty box ties big line to select from, pric
ed at box . . . 50c
Cheney Silk Ties from 65c to $1.00
Also'' a good selection of 25c Ties. m
A few more of the Schonehur Dolls left if you
want the real nice doll with pretty hair call
today, each . . $3.48 and $3.98
(ill o ."o H Ho
ome of Santa Claus
There is no better gift and more appreciated than a nice pair
'Kewpie Twin Shoes for boys and girls. We have them in all 1
also tan. They are real pretty and wear better.
Sixes 2 to 5, a pair . . . . . . . . ...... . . $2.50
Sizes 512 to 8, a pair . . .. . . v i:-.-,, $3 0G
Sizse 8J2 id I I V2t a air . . -:vf . ............... 350
Sizes I 2 to 2, a pair . . . $3,75
Sizes 2Yi to 512, a pair $4.00
Cygolf Shoes for young men the pretty dark mahogany t:rn
snoe, aiso vici rviu ror ine uiu aiiu reiiacr icci, price . . p.vu 10 o.w
Ladies' dark mahogany, tan and kid, shoes, high lace boots, very '.lob
by .price , $5.50 to $8,00
Big line of Handkerchiefs, big novelty linen, of soft finish and linen
handkerchiefs, big 5 and 10 cent line.
Linen Handkerchiefs, 3 to boxf or .... 63:
DOLLS. AND BABY DOLLS.
Small dolls, unbreakable head, each 25c
Good size unbreakable doll, boy or girl,
each . . . 68c
A very pretty small dressed doli, good looking,
nicely dressed, each . . ... . . . . . . v. $1.25
Nice looking dressed doll, pretty white dres
and bonnet, la c trimmed, unbreakable head,
each . . . . . . . . . .; . ; ; - .63
Large ize unbreakable baby doll,: with nibble
1 11 u: u 61 oe
Two sizes of baby dolls with nibble and rattle, tW Jl J
ral attrart-ivf: irnbrraknVlf hf?fl;
each . . . . . . .... . $1.25 and-$1.75
. y- ttof lMt f
i '! "I " Delano, $3.16; buckles for webbing Mrs. J.' Robertson's Tjiiit Miss Bes- wristlets
RED CHC33 BULLETIN.
St. JohHV'a M4sskn.
I Kf i
v straps, Mrs, Albert Solomon.
4' This Unit made, during the week,
I eight bed shirts; two pajamas, 23
The entire energies of the Hospital ihatt.WnWl. xj&tw mnntyt nt
November they ciemiplgfed the follow'
131 pillow lipsMhospital shirts;
Supiily Triii. of the Red Cross will be
dev:;::' I hv .ho month of December
to the iiijikinrr of the snerial order for'
, , , , ,, ;6 lounging rdbesM 'pajamas: 4 hot
new d. e.s.ngH, was cabled recently yater. bag coTers60 handkerchiefs.
Irorn France. Miss Kelly, who went' WriahtfivniSrtimrf Unit .
toAtlanta to learn the making of j Wrightsville school children made
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olo ilhrfrf,. . au-atfir Mrs Jnn. Har. ck vereeu, U. o. o. duumi, nur p
.;o., N Muffler, socks,"
hn, sweater; Mrs. Geo. Thomas, wristets - -
sweater;;. Mrs. Lockhart; "sweater; ; AU Lew- v g g strumen Nor.
these dressings, has returned and is
teaching ed Cross Workers the meth
ods she was taught there. It Is ear
nestly hoped that the Workers will re
spond io this urgent call and complete
the work in the time required
24 pairs of socks.
Masonboro Sound Unit.
Sis;ty four-tailed bandages.
Winter Park Unit.
This unit made, io the last two
ters, sweater; Mrs. A; Harrisf,- nweat- '
err Miss E. Bridgers, sweater; rs.' Bate, L. S. S Strumen, Nor
Solky, sweater; Mrs. A. H sweater, lk, a. N N V.: Socks, wristlets.
Mrs. Jno. Rankin-s' Unit-Mrs. C ' Smith, U. S. Maggie Cape
C. PMwn cwoatar -V 1 v. ,uaiss, v a. ; oweaiei, wusucis,
Mrs. Richard Meafes' nJls. A.' w- H- Hobbs, Norfolk, Va.: Muffler, .id collection of books sent us for the
The following donations for the:weeks, the fololwing articles:
week are most gratefully acknowledg-i Fifty-seven hot water bag covers;
c1: '8 shirts: 62 triancrwlar banda!?es
City laundry, tr-o beautifully mark
ed baskets for work room.
Miss Haile, donation of wool.
Mr. Lewis Einstein, 1 bolt ofgauze.
.Mrs. Register, pillow ticking?
Juiiior Ptcd Ctos3, 3 romfort kit.
Margaret Sprunt HalT, 1 wash cloth.
Garland, N. "C., sent a box, the con
tents of which will be noted next
C , Knitted Squares' Miss Carrine Bail
V. ' ey, 6; Mrs. Stone Pulliam, 8; Section
B, Woman's Auxiliary Stv James made
y 26 squares; Lucile Sternberger, 4;
v ivirs. N. B. Rankin, 7.
Knitted Wipes Miss Elizabeth Wad
rv dell, 10; Mrs. Robertson, 7; Mrs. W.
CMunds, 5. v.--;'.
St. John's Junior Auxiliary, Miss An
These ladles mader, during the month
-of November, the following articles:
Ten ghirts; & pairs Socks; 89 hot
water bag covers; 207 tri-bandages.
Carolina- Place Unit,
This Unit has completed. the follow
ing list of garments and" besides these,
17 pillows, with pillow cases, Vere
made and. sent to Camp Sevier and a
i basket ot good things was sent to Fort
Caswell for Thanksgiving :
Hot water' bag covers, 16; doilies J
!1; shirts, 8;-wrSppBrs; 4; socks, 30;
pajamas, 14 handkerchief -l&.
Report of Knitting-Chairman.
Miss Pleasants Unit :Mrs. Z. Bell, 1
sweater Mrs. D. O. O'Brien, pair
Miss s Gibson's Unit Miss Eleanor
Harris, sweater; Miss Alice Bron,
nie Kidder, $2; collected, in a boarding
r house. 25c; Red Cross dividend, 70c; sweater.
donation on bill, for-materials, Mrs. Mrs. A. C.-'Kenly'tTMt-S sweat-:
. I . - VST . - '
Einstein, 'sweater;" Mrs. ..E&tPavid,- socks, wristlets
sweater. - ' "i D- B- Shaw, Norfolk, Va.: Sweater.
Mrs. Wm. Dick donated 12 pairs of G- w- Peele Norfolk, Va.: Helmet,
socks; Miss Duffy donated one sweat-, wristlets. .
er; Miss Phelps donated one sweat-! Carl L- Ross Ivorfolk, Va.: Muffler,
er; Mrs. Herbert Thompson donated socks,' wristlets.
one sweater ; ,' i Ashton H. Newton, U; S. S. Bache:
. . ; .;V)x--if ." ' Sweater, Wristlets.
Mrs; Creasy's UnittnftpAl0Wrist- Cecil Johnson, 115th Machine Gun
lets; f : " jBat Camp Sevier: Sweater.
Miss N. Northern's , Unit Mrs. Fen-: Haigh Maultsby, 115th Machine Gun
tress, sweater; Mrs. .' Fred . Pearsal Bat., Camp Sevier: ; Sweater, muffler,
sweater; Mrs. Osbourne, - wristlets; wristlets.' ' - - .
Mrs. J. O, BoWdeav wristlets. '-li A- p- Smith, U. S, S. Wyoming, New
' Mrs. E.': Batzer's Unit Mrs. AU'r-1 ifork Sweater. . y., .
man, sweater; Miss Lizzie Waddeli,1 , Capt. Gillette, Co A, Gamp SevierT
2. pair wristlet3; Mrs.'-'Hjtven, il' pair Six sweaters, i muffler, 2 wristlets,
wristlets. - f ' r ' . Capt. Gillette: Sixteen sweaters, 10
Complete Reports-SfneeSiNovember 13. j pairs socks.' "
The following knitted garments have ( J. E. Rose, Fort Caswell: Sweater,
been given7 "Out by-llr
November 13: - - . . j .Total: '29 -sweaters; 11 mufflers; 3
. -H. P. Websterl Norfolk; ;,-ya.;; ,N:helmets; 18 wristlets; 22 socks.
N. -,t under Lieut. Pescliatr: SoksJ Cutting Room, Mrs. Moore Folded'
wnstrets, muffler. . SH: " j ; strips, 960; pads, 68. Miss Boney and
. D. E, Bowen, Nqrfoly'ai N. N. ! Mrs7 Mont GauzeN rolls, 16Q; T-band,
V. ::aoc)yfTiBUer'1kf' ""'--2l2. Mrs. Catlett Compresses-. 2,400;
Coy Edwards, Norfolk,- Va; N. N.loakunt- pds eSiail - bandages,
V.: 'Muffler,; : socks, wristleteavlEGI; scultitus 280i abdominal 155. '
Roy Peterson, UwS. S. Strumen, JNTor- J MRS. B. G. EMPIE, Chmn.,
December .1, 1917. .
"Fort Caswell, N. C
"Nov. 26, 1917.
"President Wilmington.- Red Cross
Unit, - -
"Wilmington N. C.
"My Dear Madam:
'I write to thank you for the splen-
ON THE IMSREASE
' BRITAIN WILL NOT
7. ANSWER BOLSHEVIKI
soldiers ,here. I have examined the
books and find that they are a most
excellent collection or the soldiers.
Just the kind of books that the boys
like to come to the Y. M. C. A., and
read these cold evenings, when it is
not always comfortable in their- tents.
"Let me assure you. that the books
are not only appreciated by the Y. M.
C. A., but by the men! Let me ex
tend through you to tke good people
of Wilmington a most cordial invita
tion to visit the Y. M, C. A. room's
when you are on the post. We shall
be glad to have you in the Y. M. C, A.
1 iTv ITnifcil IM-fSS.)
i Petrosrrad- Dec. 1 iiritisli Minister
, Bucftacan tonight issued
declaring his legation wa.-
-r- .- i'-.. of the Bolsheviki Foi-oigr
Three Times as Many With Trotsky scheme or a
.... a t , tice until 1& hours after U
Million a Year As In ; commander in chief had be
19 16 . . ; to begin his peace efforts.
I y I J 1 firm , . . . K ,i n ii i
ithus facet! with an acconi;.'
(By United Press.)
Washington, Dec. 1. Income
... . v'fll?-
wn.mii we wen- .wi -
, ... , . , .cannot reyiv io t.ie u-" - . .
figures made public today show the j ernment wh'ich my ?ovcrnni"nt
government collected" taxes on three ; xiot recognized. . j,
times as manv $1,000,000 incomes this I '"The - British govern men : v
vqq t o c? loot iT am f'il''.jlOf
ftlll.il Ml 11 C 111 D I T 111"
. . ttn PM
1 1 i -
Whether this means , more, Ameri- j Oo aUOh nmnosals
rnT1H oro mllin nn moQciva fnrfimoo ' n " : . 1 I,.. i'li- DP':'
from the war, or merely that the gov- j ThereforeM cannot answer off ha"
ernaien't had "uncovered"many morel Minister Buchanan's stawm'-nt
big incomes to tax is being asked by apparentiy . evoked by a f.uriai. .
. : "Asst. sc'y."
Charlie Chaplin Mustaches Barred.
(By United Press)
London, Nov. 5 (By Mail). Facial
adornment of soldiers in the London
district has come under-review of the
local commander. The result is "Char
lie Chaplin" mulstache'tebeenVbar
red. The- men. are ordered to wear
. TnrWmfi i fimiroo cli nnro1 in 1014 -incf-
at any time,, not only as i our gueat c0llections on milUon , dollar ' or
uui tu liucttvc oussccuuua ttiuus iue nue 0.00 tr, mil: ..!. -true
Cordiallv vours. imn. .
jlw; aim itfLi. mt).
. 'total number of income tax returns j
A or? AOi j 1 ' jj'.' ' 1 11 I
Avas "iui,uoo on inree 10 iour inous
and dollar incomes there were 11,056;
$4,000 to $5,000, 72,027; 5,O00tcT $10,
060, 150,548; $10,000 to $1,000,000, 203,
199; $1,000,000- to $2,000,000, 139; $2,
000,000 to$5,000,000, 57, and over. $5,-
000,000, io. ; : -Xv ' - : ; -Married
men -and heads "of t families
paying . th,e tax numbered' 255,107,' and
quest made py 'irotsky on . d
to. participate in tomorrow
gotiations with the Germ;
&v trnited 1'rcs.l , ,4
. Petrograd, Dec. . Max:i..i.
district to the Constituent
by returns counted today 1". 1
nine, TrotsTty and Madam K .g
The cadet delegates inclaae m
from their husbands, 7,635.
There were 74.06G exempuw
folfes Va., N. ' N, Y.'f Muffler, , socks, Knitting Committee Wilmington . Red full length-ones or1 nonev? ' ,r married women, with returns separate $3,000 to $4,000