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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914
m\\ Summer Dress! Summer Dress ! First Shipment of American-made Dresses. Tunics, & Blouses in Girls', Children's, Maids' and Ladies' Sizes. ' Lots of Charming, Distinctive I 1 and Beautiful Garments ! •. ( The very chic styles of AMERICAN-MADE SUMMER GARMENTS, for Ladies. Girls and Misses" are well known. In addition, they have the advantage of being easily laundered. The importance of this in labor-saving has been forced on American designers, and should appeal to Otago Ladies. LOT 1.—25 dozen CHILDREN'S AMERICAN DRESSES, in Check Zephyrs trimmed Plain, Plain Zephyrs trimmed Check; also Stripe and Checked Cambrics, Crashes, and Linens, faced contrasting colors. Very natty designs. For Girls from 2 to 9 years old. Trices, 3/6 to 8/6. LOT 2. 12 dozen GIRLS' DRESSES, in materials and trimmings as above. The smartest Frock we have ever shown. To fit Girls from 10 to 15 years. 4/6 to 12/6. LOT 3. 10 dozen MAIDS' DRESSES, suitable also for Small Ladies, in Plain Sa'xe and Champagne Cambric, trimmed Cheek and White; also in Checked and Striped Cambric, trimmed plain. Very new and pretty styles! 8/6 to 16/6. LOT 4.—THE GIRLS' POPULAR "MIDDY" • HLOUSES AND SKIRTS TO MATCH. This is absolutely the most popular Dress in America for' Girls, and is very smart. In __* j. *?"&- Plain White Drill. All White and with Navy Jis^i^S^ and Red lacings and Sailor collars, laced fronts, and with bin bands to button or loose i shape. Tr> fir Girls front 10 to 10 years old. 611 Id 8/S. Skirts to match, same prices. LOT .-,._.-, dozen LADIES' CAMBRIC AND A ZEPHYR AMERICAN HOME FROCKS, also f very neat and chic styles. Easily done up, fft and in fast colors. 6/11, 7/6, and 7/11. t LOT (>.—l2 dozen AMERICAN "GEISHA" RLOI'SES AND SHIRT WAISTS, in Crepe, . Striped Voile, and White Embroidered Voiles. / the great feature hi those is that we hare W , them'from 34in to 48in bust measures. From ' 4,11 to 25/. I LOT 7.-3 dozen VERY CHOICE AMERICAN WHITE EMBROIDERED VOILE DRESSES. These are very elaborate and dressy, and should be seen, as being the kind worn during the warm weather for dressv wear in America. From 21/ to £4 10/. Every Woman and every Mother of Girls in Dunedin will be vastly interested in inspecting this first supply of Fashionable Dress from the United States! ■i: Ladies' Underclothing for Summer! A pleasing assortment of so many different kinds and so many nice qualities that Ladies are sure to be delighted! A special line of LADIF.S' PEKK LONGCLOTH NIGHTDRESSES, trimmed embroidery. square necks, and Peter Pan coHars, long sleeves 5/11. LONGCLOTH NIGIITDRESSF.S. trimmed embroidery. Torchon lace, square necks, surplice shape. " V " shaped ; i! sleeves. 7/11 and S 6. CAMISOLES, daintily trimmed with Valenciennes lace, embroidery. and lace in very pretty styles ; good value. 2.6, 2/11, 3.6, 3/11. LADIES' L O N G C LOTH Chemises, women's and outsize; plain, and trimmed with evnbr'udery and lace. Special value, 2 11, 3,6, 311. LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS, narrow shapes. trimmed embroidery, insertion, and flounce ; threaded with ribbon. 3 11, 4 11, 5 11. 600 at 1/- Each! We are offering this week a Special Purchase of of) dozen LADIES' NECKWEAR at 1/. Gupure Lace, Peter Pan, and Sunshine Collars. Lace and Pin-on Jabots, White and Cream, Plain, or with Colored Velvet Bows. rk '' f l/,7 J f % \ i / A /* ; * Holiday Lines at The Fancy Counter, bedecked with alluring 'Novelties prepared _ for Feminine Adornment and Wear merits a visit from every lady! Young ladies particularly will be interested in the different lots offered at Holiday Prices, some of which are mentioned below:— New Sunshades! Whito and colors. 1/11, 3/11, 5/11. The NOVEL SUNSHADE UMBRELLA. Serves tho double purpose of sunshade and umbrella, covered strong bordered gloria on 23in .standfoot frames, with natural crook, silver-mounted bandies; Brown, Mole, Navy, Saxe. 12/6 each. The Correct Glove for Holiday Wear! Our favorite WASHING CHAMOIS, white and natural, with three pearl buttons. 3/11. White only, gauntlet length, strap wrist, 3/11, 4/6. White and natural, ;,' length, threo V>\ittons- a/11. White only, ij length, three buttons, superior quality. 10.6. Hose for Holiday Wear! Our popular SILK AND LISLE TRANSPARENT HOSE. Really Silk Hose at Lisle Thread Prices'! Black, Tan, White. 1/11£, 2/6, 3/11. Black and White. 4/11, 6/6. Special lot; Black only. Usually 3/0. Holiday price, 2/11. Three Good Lines in our Dress Dept.! Summer Buying is now in full swing, and our Dress Department is being largely patronised. Litw wonder, too, for it is filled with the very kind of Materials that appeal to the Ladies of Dunedin. As examples, consider these three lines: G pieces ALL-WOOL NAVY SERGE, good weight, and will not stretch. Very special for Girls' wear. 4'Jiit wide. 1/6 yard. , -,,,,, , r BLACK AND WHITE CHECK, IN THREF SIZES, 48in wide. Much favored for Sports Coats and Skirts. 2/9 vard. , , PURE NATURAL SHANTUNG SILKS, :J4 INCHES WIDE. ery suitable for Children's Summer Dresses and Ladies' Blouses. Offered at 1/6 yard, lnirtyfour inches wide, remember! Special Hats for the Holidays! Jiisi Holiday Hats—but, oh! So Beautiful and so Cheap! Reputation is a wonderful possession! The unique reputation of the ;l D.S.A." MILLINERY as the Most Distinctive ami Beautiful in the Ciiv "ill be fully sustained by This Week's Ottering, noted below. The values are quite certain to add to the lustre of our fanfame in regard to Value! ]•■) LADIES' SEMI-TRIMMED HATS, in Handmade Tagal, Crepe, Silk, and Ribbon; French Sailors, Mushroom, Turbans, Doily V a ulcus, and other closp-ritting shapes. In White, Tuscan and Floral: White and Saxe, White and Rose. White and Cherry. Trimmed fruit, posies, ribbon, rosettes, etc. Worth up to •Jo'tJ. Ail to lo at 12/6 each. BOWEN AND PANAMA HATS, I rimmed ready for wear wrh velvet ribbon and Terry ribbon liancis; in Saxe. Navy. Cerise. Tango, Violet, Black. White, etc. AUo Roman stripes and tartan ribbon trimmings ROW FN HATS, trimmed swathes and bows of crepe, floral voile, silk, etc. Prices, 5/11, 6/11, 8/11, 9/1 J, 11/9, and 12/6. 450 Sample Towels Going at 3d up! W* bftright at a. big discount a lot of SAMPLE TOWELS—43O, to be exact. They are now laid out on tho Bargain Tables in the Manchester Department, and marked at from 3d to 3/8 oaeh. Please don't miss them, if you should need Towels. Irish Linen Damask Cloths and Serviettes! 2 Yards square. 3/11, 5/11, 6/6, 7/6, 8/6, 9/11. 2i"yards long bv 2 vards wide. 7/11, 8/11, 9/11, 12/6, 13/6, 14)8, 17/6, 21/. 8 yards long by 2 yards. 12/6, 12/11, 14/11, 15/8, 17/6, 18/6, 19/6, 22/6. Bright Ideas in Home Furnishings! This Season's shipments have brought to our FURNISHING DEPARTMENT some striking Novelties, all of which are adapted to satisfy the requirements of Dunedin Ladies. There are new styles in Casement Curtains, novel designs in Lace Curtains and Draperies, beautiful Eastern patterns in Carpet Squares, and Linoleums in designs entirely now. We should be delighted if Ladies would favor this Department with a visit of inspection, and thev are sure to be interested if they will ask to see the New Designs in CASEMENT LACE CURTAIN NETS, in White, Cream, or Ecru, which are priced from 10|d to 1/11£ Per yard. Drapery Supply Assn. 105-107-109411-113-1 15 GEORGE STREET. Branch at South Dunedin.
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