oíd Santa Claus himself, and It is a big pack of holiday delights. lts exquisite frontispiece, in color, is from tihe terra cotta bas-relief "Day and N'ight" by Caroline Hunt Rimmer, daughter of Dr. Rimmer the late famous Art-Aaatomist. Rarely has anything more beautiful been given in a magazine. Perhaps the Btory that will attract the most attemtion is the iirst ome of the "Fair Harvard" series, 'Such Stuff as DreamB are Made of," y John Mead Howells, the son of W. D. Howelis. The opening story s as delicious and fresh: "How 3iristma8 carne in the Little Black Tent," by Mrs. Charlotte M. Vaile, ■nrith two illustrations by Irving R. Wiles. "Chrietmas with '01e Sherman' " is au incident of the war, from ,he rebel standpoint, in which Gen. Sherman figures genially. In her story "Tlie Fairy 'Content,' " Mrs. Jessie BentOJi Fremont is at her brightest and best.