WEINSTOCK, LUBIN ©• CO.
Photograph taken March xo in front of Weinstock, Lubin & Co.'s Show Windows.
THE FAIRY and the MAGIC ROSE.
A SPRINGTIME INCIDENT.
BY W. S.
CHILDREN, you' like to have your fathers and
mothers read and tell you stories about fairies,
but I am sure few of you have ever looked on a real
; flesh-and-blood fairy.
Had you been in Sacramento early this spring, you
could have seen one. Thousands of boys and girls did.
Some of them are talking about her to this day. She
was such a Beautiful creature and came and went in such
, a fairy-like way. I will you about her:—
There is in Sacramento a big store. It is probably
many times larger than any building in your town.
Grown people like to go there for the beautiful things it
has to sell; little boys and girls like to visit it to see the
pretty toys and playthings. The clerks are kind and
obliging, and show the toys even if they know that the
boys and girls do not have money with which to buy.
When the ist of March came out this year, the big
store wanted to let people know that spring had arrived,
and that all the new goods for warm weather were ready.
Therefore its show windows were beautifully trimmed
with new goods, and it was announced in the newspapers
that in one of the windows of Weinstock, Lubin & Co.'s