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You Will Get the'Xmas Spirit
in the Art Department
Extraordinary efforts have bees
made to bring together the best selec
tion possible of those things dear to
the heart of th? average woman. A
visit to this section will repay - you
many times. -. - . . ,
Art needlework of all descriptions
with an expert teacher in charge who
will explain the Various ways to work
up the many pretty tilings now on
display. v,; . - 4t Bgi
Maderia'Luncheon Sets, consisting
of center, 6 plate doilies and 6 tum-
bier size, the set. 4 .-. $18.00 to $25.00
Maderia Scarfs, beautiful eyelet
embroidery ......... $3.00 to $15.00
Maderia Napkins, the set $8.00,
$10.00 and $12.50.
Napkin Holders, tray cloths and
Towels from $1.85 to $3.00
Cluney Iace Doilies, a very pretty
Xmas gift, each , . . 40c to $3.25
Tapestry Table Runners, combi
nation colors of rose and blue, brown
and green, each . ..$5.00 to $8.50
Sewing Baskets and Waste Paper
Baskets, a welcome gift $KG0 to $5.00
FOR THE HOUSEKEEPER
" " We suggest one of these
JAPANESE LUNCHEON CLOTHS
.They "are made of,firie, even weave
cloth, printed in Japanese designs,
.bird designs, etc., that are really very
pretty. Absolutely fast colors. Sizes
are 36x36, 45x45, 54x54, 60x60 and
72x72 inches. Prices range from
1 $2.00 to $3.75.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO
On this hartplest of all dftVs, when
every hosil(alll roof throws wide lis
doors, when hearts dilate with the
glow and warmth of the bimitiK
hearth, an( when the warm grasp of
friendship welcomes us all wilh that
are charm of Christmas spirit, who
of us la able to resist this Joyful call
to happiness? ,
In such an atmosphere we become
children and live again the happy
days and see agi(ln the same dt-ar
faces. Indeed, It is a season, when
not merely the fire of hospitality
should be kindled high In the hall, but
higher still should flare the genial
flame of kindly charity.
To a great many hearts does Christ- -(
mas bring a brief period of unbeliev
able happiness and enjoyment. For
il Is now'that whoje families, whoso
mombors have, been scatered -far and
wide, are once more united, and meet
nKaii) to awaken old" recollections and
to enjoy once more the simple, home
ly pleasures that the holiday brings.
It us forget all selfishness now and
give something of ourselves to those
less fortunate. In doln this we find
happiness by the road of right under
standing. To replace the lavish giving
and extxravagant celebration, we shall
make service our gift to humanity.
Rervife Is more and mora becoming
an expression of the truo spirit of
Let us take care In seeking that
higher expression of eurselves not ta
forget little children. To them belong
the gifts and gay festivities of this Joy
ous day.- In remembering as many
kiddies as possible we are placing our
gifts at the feet of the One whose
birthday we celebrate at this time,
who gave, us everything In contribut
ing to the human heart His message
of boundless, universal love, teaching
us to believe that it is the strongest
thing In the world. And in doing for
others, that we are keeping Christ
"And if you keep It for a day.
Why not always?
But you can never keep It alone."
Offers many novel ideas in the way
of Christmas gifts.
, It will be a real pleasure for you to
visit this section and see the many .
exquisite articles on display. Here is
a list of some of them.'
Fancy Candles and Shades,
Curved Wood Candlesticks, Decorat
ive Lamps, Boudoir Lamps, Desk
Sets; Smoking Stands, Ash Trays,
Mahogany Bowls, Bread Boards,,
Book Ends in carved wood and ma
hogany, Mahogany Clocks, Door
Knockers, Bras Candlesticks.
Art Glass in flower bowls, com
pote' and mayonnaise set, vases, can-.
dy jar9, etc. -
Reproductions of Antique Dutch
Silver, in candlesticks and flower
baskets, relish dishes.
for embroidery, just a great big as
sortment of Christmas things to
choose from. Pillow Cases, Centers,
Scarfs, Hot Roll Covers, Napkins,
etc. You will find something to
please you in the assortment offered.
''Crystal Cut Glass in bon bon dish
es, vase, almond dish, fruit compote,
candlestick, mayonnaise bowl and
dish, mustard ja,i preserve dish, and
cake plate, flower center, candy jar,
salt and pepper, pickle dish, sugar
and cream, water bottle, cheese and
cracker plate, marmalade sets. '
Pyrex Glass Baking Ware, incense
burners, Japanese pottery vases.
Gifts from the Kenilworth ;Gift
Shop may be had as low as 50c up to
Don't fail to visit the gift shop in
the Art Dept. on the second imor.
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Practical Gifts ArePer:
member :c l 9 the J&mJ
THE SELECTING DAYS FOR YULE TIDE GDTS ARE
The time is NOW when you think of selecting a
Mother, Father, Brother or bister, lhe finest of
Portable Slippers. These are ideal gifts that make
j'xfts make-the giving a pleasure.
i most appropriate gift for
' Simps thp Most Com-
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' everybody happy.
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WARM, GG3IFY SLIPPERS FOR FATHER OR -RIG
BROTHER 'will make his Xmas n. happy;
one that will be remembered lonff.
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. For The 'Kiddies'
Our line'of felt slippers
for children is, very at
tractive as it consists of
blue, pink and red in the
little butee and plain
styles. .These are appre
ciated by the child because
of their novelty styles and
bright rich colors.
entitles the receiver to all the services of
our shoe experts. The giving of "Copi
fort" itself means - thi,t nis or hoi
Christmas will be a happy one.
We have men's felt slippers in the comfy style, just a lijttle
different from any thing we have ever had, with cuff and
perfectly plain, in brown, taupe and blue. There are all sizes
to select from if you do your' shopping early. ,
, A GIFT FOR FATHER, SON OR BROTHER
of a pair of our fine kangaroo calf, shoes in brown or'
black with any toe to suit would no doubt be more ap
preciated than any thing else.
This comfy has a soft paded
sole and is very popular. ; It
comes in pink, old rose, taup.
bHie ahd gray; all sizes now. It
is her present. -
As a gift there could
be nothing more accept
able. Such fine soft kid
leather and what a
"comfy" inside. They
come in several." differ
ent colors most 'suitable
for house wear and
they come in all size.
You'll like to give them
as a gift and they'll be
Fine Shoes as a
A beautiful pair of
black or brown'shoes
or pumps in either.
French or military
heels would surely be
pleasing to mother,
sister or daughter.
Such shoes we" have
in a big variety of
styles and patterns
which will appeal to
the most fastidious
We have the Daniel Green
slippers in their best grade
of which we are veijy proud,
as they are absolutely dis
tinct fromfany other make.
The quality and style sur
passes. They are beautiful
to say the least. We have
them in pink, blue, lavender,
old rose, taupe, gray and
At present all sizes arf! herV buf'WC
suggest that yon do your choosing
Christmas. Shopping in the i
aijaiii Basement' :y
WILL BE CONDUCTED ALONG THE LINE OF PRACTAI5ILITY
PRACTICAL GIFfS ALONG PRACTICAL LINES
FOR MOTHER AND THE
Waists, Skirts, Dresses
and Coats, Silk and Cotton
Hose. . . -
Get her a good pair of
Shoes or Slippers, she will
Beads are always accept
FATHER AND THE BIG
will be more than glad to
get a pair of comfortable
warm slippers as his gift..
And all our slippers are .rea
sonably priced too.
GIFTS FOR GIRLS AND
will be practical of you se
lect them along the line of
We prepare and mail jour Xmas packages
for you so that they will reach then- destination
al the time you designate. Use this service. It
is Free. , '
PENWXTONS greatest department STonc
pgWHERE IT PAYS TO TRAOE SlHj
Sweaters, Coats. Good
Stockings, the best of Shoes, Sg
You'll find some practical f
substantial Toys, too.
CUTE LITTLE BABY S
You'll find disnlaved here
Fine Knitted Coats, the Fin-
est Silk Caps, Bootees, Blan-
nets, wool Uaps and Sam- - J
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This Department is Brimming Full of Good Things for the Home. Make your Home Glad I
During These Xmas Times. 4 . if
Jhc Daily Tapers. will announce the lime of
Evening Closings. -
Store opens each morning at 8 o'clock. ,
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