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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15626, 17 October 1914
" Xofcliim,' is achieved bctore it be thni oughl.v :'.tt'ti'.iptf!il."—Sir Philip Sidney. " Man whs nude foe conflict, not for rest.
Floral Voile and Crepe Dresses and Costumes! The Accepted Mode for the Summer Season! '• A Perfect Dress!"— How a lady does appreciate this compliment, and certainlv the description applies ro many of the simple but Infinitely Becoming and Klcgant Summer Frocks we are at present showing. The prices range from 13/6 to 42/ in an extremely great variety. We illustrate above a VERY SMART DRESS, with Floral Crepe Tunic and Plain Skirt and "White Collar, Vest, Belt, and Cuffs; the colors are Sky, Champagne, and White. Price, 17/6 each. THIS - 17/6! The Dashing Sports Coat for Ladies—--75 at Less than Half-Price! We have bought 75 LADIES' VERY STYLISH SPORTS COATS, in Zibelino Cloth : the colors are Lime, Tan, Purple, Emerald, and Terra Cotta, all with Black stripes; also plain colors, as Cerise, Canary, Mustard, Violet, and Emerald; all with belts round waist and below waist line. These fire very smart, and were bought cheap on account i>f their being rather a heavy summer weight. Worth from 37/6 to 44/6. All one price, 17/6. (See Window.) THAT- 17/6! We arc privileged THIS WEEK to place before our Customers a number of very ATTRACTIVE OFFERINGS in NEW GOODS for the Summer. In theso you will find more than HIGH QUALITY —you will find CORRECT STYLES and EXTREME MODERATION in Prices. Light Gloves for Summer Wear! FINE LISLE THREAD, four-button length. At 1/3. Also FINE LISLE THREAD, elbow length. At 1/3. These Gloves give strong wear, have fine lustre, Silk finish, two spring fasteners. White, Black. Black and White, Pastelle, Beaver, Grey. New Silk and Pique Neckwear Now All the Rage! JAP SILK COSTTME COLLARS, plain and hemstitched. 1/3 to 3/6. JAP SILK VESTEES, with short or deep fronts. 3/6 and 4/6. PIQUE VESTEES and COSTUME COLLARS. From 1/ up. Thicjgs You Need for the Holidays! HANDBAGS, many novel styles in Silk, Suede, Morocco. From 4/6 upwards. COLLAPSIBLE LUNCH BASKETS. 1/11 and 2/6. NEW UMBRELLAS. Quite the latest! Fashionable Hong handle and table tops, from 7/6. SMAR'-T CROOKS, with cane and steel sticks, from 2/11 up. London's Latest . Summer * Millinery! Just Opened! 2 cases of the Newest Shapes and Colors m J Chip, Tagal, and Lisne Hats, *>•*■ Rimhine and Tainui. -k These are absolutely the .Latest Styles, and include some of the > shapes at present being worn in London for the Home Winter ,9//, FRENCH SAILORS, Medium and 7//// Wide Lraf. ////A OVAL AND ROUND SHAPES. '/////, PRETTY PICTURE SHAPES, /////// for Young Ladies. //// Drooping Brims and Rolled-up //A. Brims, and Brims wide at one Mj side. All colors and Black and *t White. 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 8/11, 10/6 each. •& A visit to the "D.S.A." will be greatly esteemed. The' Immense Popularity of this Establishment is due in some measure to its Convenience as a Shopping Centre and to the Courtesy and Assistance which its Staff are Always Ready to show Customers. In Preparation for the Bathing Season! WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF LADIES' AND GIRLS' BATHING DRESSES In Styles that are sure to bo appreciated. LADIES' NAVY STOCKINETTE BATHING SUITS, in the Correct Canadian Shapes; faced with White, Pale Blue, Royal and Red; also trimmed White, buttons and braid. Small Women's, 4/6. Women's, 4/11. Outside Women's, 5/6. NAVY AND SAXE BLUE COSTUMES, very smart shape, with knickers laced at side; Canadian Shape. 5/6 and 5/11. Sumo sizes as above. BATHING COSTUMES, in Navy, trimmed White, with stylish tunics. Same sizes. 4/11, 5/6, 5/9. EXTRA QUALITY BATHING SUITS, Navy, trimmed Scarlet, including ihe new Sailor Collar, Canadian Shape. Women's, 8/11. Outsize, 9/6. CHILDREN'S AND GIRLS' BATHING COSTUMES, Canadian Shapes, all sizes. From 1/111 to 5/6 each. LATEST SHAPES IN BATHING CAPS, oiled Silk and rubber, and all the new colors. From 1/ to 3/11 each. A Special Show This Week of Ladies' & Matrons' * All Black, Black & ', White, & All White | ti Hats! . 'WL PICTURE HATS, in Haud-mado Silk ' '. Vf\ Crinoline, tulle-edged, large black ostrich feather. Very becoming and 1 dressy. DOLLY VARDEN SHAPES, Hand-made, in Fancy Satin Straw, ostrich plumes falling . over back; high bandeau, filled £° yp in tulle and ribbon rosettes. ,J$ POPULAR TOQUES & TOQUE x\J W J HATS, for Matrons; small and %° £? large; in Silk and Satin k^CV\ Straws; sequin bandeaux, Z'SJftrSs trimmed tulle rosettes, ostrich « | Prices, 15/6, 17/6, 21/, 25/, * 29/6, 32/3, 35/. THE CHARM OF THE INDIAN CARPET! The Superb Beauty of an Indian Carpet invariably attracts the admiration of people of Artistic Taste Unfortunately, the extreme cost of Reliable Makes places them beyond the reach of people of Moderate means. Wo have, however, just landed a New Make of Carpet, which will appeal strongly to those of whom wo have been speaking This is a British-made Imitation of the Real Mirzapore Indian Carpets 'with all the appearance of a Real Oriental. The Pile is All Wool, and the Back is Soft, giving the Desired' Deep Velvety feel. The Colorings and Designs are of the Famous Mirzapore Character—Soft and Harmonious, on grounds of Cream, Camel, and Fawn. These Beautiful Carpets may bo had at a Price very Much Lower than the Real Indian Weave. We shall be glad to show them to all who are interested. The sizes and prices are:—Size 12ft by 9ft, £5 19S 6d. Size 12ft bv 10ft o'in, £6 19s 6d. Si™ 13ft 6in by 12ft, £8 BS. ' ' ■ 3 Lines from the Children's Dept. This Department is just overflowing with Lovely Things for the Little Ones! BOYS' TUNICS, in Lustre, Poplin, and Tussore; Tan, Saxe, and Navy; embroidered collars and belts. These are very dressy garments. Sizes 18in, 20in, 22in. 5/11, 6/11, 7/6. DAINTY PIQUE TUNICS, for Boys and Girls ; in Whitp, Pale Blue, Saxe, and Tussore; trimmed embroidery and contrasting pipings. Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4. 3/11, 4/6, 4/11 to 6/11. WHITE PIQUE HATS and BONNETS, for Children from 1 to 10 years old; drooping and turned-up brims and mob shapes; crowns buttoned on. 3/6, 3/11, 4/8, 4/11 to 8/11. Dress Materials! In Fabrics of Beauty, ranging from those of Sober Quiet to the Daring Styles of Ultra-Fashionable Choice! This "Week we are making a Big Display of the Popular Light Brown, Mad-Brown, Nigger Brown, Tan, and Champagne colors. Our large Department is dressed out in these colors,, and we have a "Window displaying only the same. We claim to show the Finest Variety from Popular Kinds to Exclusive Robe Lengths. Prices from 1/11£ a yard to 45/ dress length. Drapery Supply Assn. 105-107-109-11M13-115 GEORGE STREET. Branch at Sopth Dunpdin.
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