Catalogue of Sunday School supplies for Christmas 1897. . »il*^r^»j^s^>J«»*^ Ashland, Kt., Jan. 15th, 1896. The Snow Storm Machine worked to perfection.W. H. H. EBA.Velasco, Tex., Feb. 1st, 1896. I liked the snow arrangement, it was fine. K. C. WILLIS.Versailles, Ind., Jan. 12th, 1896.We had brownies, fairies, news-boys, and work-men in costume; the snow storm on fairies wasbeautifully grand. jjjjg ^ c. TYRRELL. Hudson, Mass., Jan. 21st, 1896. Wehad five very smallboys as snow elves come induring the snow storm withantics suitable for occasion.The whole was a most pro-nounced success, the

Catalogue of Sunday School supplies for Christmas 1897. . »il*^r^»~j^s^>J«»*^ Ashland, Kt., Jan. 15th, 1896. The Snow Storm Machine worked to perfection.W. H. H. EBA.Velasco, Tex., Feb. 1st, 1896. I liked the snow arrangement, it was fine. K. C. WILLIS.Versailles, Ind., Jan. 12th, 1896.We had brownies, fairies, news-boys, and work-men in costume; the snow storm on fairies wasbeautifully grand. jjjjg ^ c. TYRRELL. Hudson, Mass., Jan. 21st, 1896. Wehad five very smallboys as snow elves come induring the snow storm withantics suitable for occasion.The whole was a most pro-nounced success, the Stock Photo
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Catalogue of Sunday School supplies for Christmas 1897. . »il*^r^»~j^s^>J«»*^ Ashland, Kt., Jan. 15th, 1896. The Snow Storm Machine worked to perfection.W. H. H. EBA.Velasco, Tex., Feb. 1st, 1896. I liked the snow arrangement, it was fine. K. C. WILLIS.Versailles, Ind., Jan. 12th, 1896.We had brownies, fairies, news-boys, and work-men in costume; the snow storm on fairies wasbeautifully grand. jjjjg ^ c. TYRRELL. Hudson, Mass., Jan. 21st, 1896. Wehad five very smallboys as snow elves come induring the snow storm withantics suitable for occasion.The whole was a most pro-nounced success, the SnowStorm Machine workedcharmingly; shall remem-ber the firm in future.MRS. E. P. LAWRENCE.Eldridge, Cal., Nov. 19th, 1895.Thanks for promptly forwarding Snow StormMachine; its a great idea well worked out. DR. A. E. OSBORNE, Superintendent, California Home for Feeble-Minded Children. 20 J. & P. B. MYERS, Formerly Skidmore & Co., 85 and 87 John St., N. Y.. THE BROWNIES BRIDGE. Simple and Elegant Entertainment—Is made of Brick Paper. Arch Bricks, Brick Paper and FullDirections by mail for $1.50. Used with good effect in combination with Snow Storm Machine, but SnowStorm Machine is not absolutely essential. This highly interesting and Original Entertainment begins with about six numbers of Recitations andSongs, after which four or five Brownies appear upon the bridge (in pantomime), while engaged in theirantics, they are startled by the sound of sleigh bells in the distance. They separate and disappear behindthe coping of the bridge. (This is done by simply lying down upon the scaffold upon which they are stan^ing.) Santa Glaus then makes his appearance under the bridge {in pantomime). While he is engaged inthe work of inspection and observation, one by one the Brownies reappear and cautiously peep over thecoping. They gradually grow bolder until one ventures to cast a snow-ball at Santa Glaus, then a fusiladewith the snow-balls (cotton

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