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'•l've eome to kili a printer," said the lir.ile man. "Any printer in particular?" asked the foreman. "Oh, anyone will do. I would prefer ». small onu, but I've got to make some sort of-a show at a (ight, or leave home, since the paper called my wife's tea partv a ' swill affair.' "

At the Favorite j Shopping Centre ! Beautiful Garments of Rare & Pleasing Design for Ladies' Summer W< A Brilliant Assemblage.in the Costume and Blouse Dept. I Three Tables of Picturesque Summer Hats in Latest . t Summer Modes at Greatly # Reduced Prices! . . . . Wo have looked out 79 IMPORTED SMARTLY-TRIMMED HATS, consisting of Hand-made Tagal, Floral, Silk and Chiffon Lace, and Leghorn, trimmed flowers, wheat ears, ribbon, eto. These Beautiful Hats we are placing before you at the following much-reduced prices:— TABLE A.—HATS FROM 12/11 TO 17/6. Now all 7/8 and 10/6. TABLE B.—HATS FROM 17/6 to 21/. Now all 12/6. TABLE C—HATS FROM 21/ to 27/6. Now all 15/8 smart Sac Coats. -trinv PfKTUMES r'UK iuidoa-jo J ?ND SMALL LADIES, .in White £5 Cream, faced with.stripe >y Coats have full basque TAWN WASHING * R ,o. c ri.b _, as plate), in White, Sky, Vieux Rose, DERED MUSLIN medium, or low neck^^^ WHITE VOILE BLOUSES, plain and d^^ront %Ttofs/eacl, THE NEW WATERPROOFS, in every size, for girls and women; V am, Checked, or in the Now Bright Colors. Please make a point to see them. Dainty Summer Hats for Children and Girls! An Immenso Collection of tho Loveliest Models, displayed in profusion, in tna popular Children's Department. Inspection cordially invited. CHILDS' FINE CANTON STRAW JACK TARS, close^ttin^bnms^^ GIRLS' AND BOYS' JACK TARS, trimmed White, Navy, or Sky, with medium brims. 3/6, 3/11, 4/8, 5/6, 6/6. FINE CHIP AND STRAW BABETTES, in Sky, Tuscan, and White brims to turn downwards or upwards. 1/11*, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11. GIRLS' MUSHROOM SHAPES, in Chip and Straw. 3/6 to 5/6. A full range, CHILDS' PETER PAN HATS, in Pique, Towelling, Tussore, Poplin, and Jap. Silk. 1/6, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11. CHILDREN'S WHITE HATS, m Pique and Linen; buttoned crowns, mushroom shapes, trimmed cords or ribbons. 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 5/6, 6/11. The New Blouses. Pretty Washing Crepes from the Land of our Allies—THE JAPANESE! JAPANESE CREPE is really one of the most Serviceable and Dainty Fabrics for Summer Frocks. It looks stylish, washes well, and is easy laundered. We have a fine variety in Cream, Tan, Brown, Tussore, Saxe Blue, Cardinal, Pink, Salmon, Grey, Black, Navy, Champagne, Sky, eto. B|d, lOjd, 1/, 1/1J per yard. Japanese White Crepes! f * Lawn JaparoeseKimonos and Sacques in . Most Charming . Styles! . . . . Printed Jap. Crepe Kimonos. 5/8, 6/11. Plain and Fancy Jap. Crepe Kimonos, faced White Silk. 6/11, 10/6. Self-colored Crepe Kimonos, embroidered by hand; colors are Pink, Grey, Sky, Heliotrope, Saxe, and Brown. 6/11, 10/6, 13/6. Fancy Jap- Cjepo Dressing Sacs, faced White. 3/6,4/6,4/11. Self-colored Crepo Dressing Jackets, hand-embroidered. ! 4/6, 6/6. Jap. Silk Hand- ! embroidered Nighti dresses and Dressing i Jackets, very dainty. The Vogue of the WHITE CREPE this Season Is very Washing Frocks. pronounced, and there is probably no Cotton fabric that • is more universally popular. We are showing a very large assortment, with a Wide Range of Prices sufficient to meet the desire of every lady. f 6id, Btd, BJU, 10id, 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11*. | SO Pieces of Tussore Silks at s£d a Yard Off s the Usual Price ! * We are now showing in onr North Window somo examples of \_^< a line of 50 PIECES OF PURE TUSSORE SILK, which we A / bought the other day at a very Substantial Discount. Tho -■* Silk is fine, close, and even in texture, and is 34in wide. The usual value is 1/11*. It will bo sold at 1/6 per yard. £ Swiss Embroideries Direct from the ~, Manufacturer I m^ TWO NOTABLE LINES. // 18in FLOUNCINGS, with Tin to 14in work; free, open designs, Vandyke Borders. Just the thing for Children's Dresses, also with various headings for Camisoles; MUSLIN, NAINSOOK, LONGCLOTH. 1/11 per yard. ' 27in MUSLIN FLOUNCINGS, with lOin to 14in embroidery: , beautiful Floral Patterns, correct style for Ladies* \l||j||| ,] Tunics and Drosses. 2/6 per yard. \Jjjj • Do not miss, please, inspecting our Unique Collection of lffffl So P'fil SWISS ALLOVERS, in MUSLIN, NAINSOOK, and I 1 I 'J J LONGCLOTH. All Individually Selected Patterns 1 111 , P l ' ' For Blouses and Dresses. From 1/ to 4/6 per yard. pi|||| || LOVELY ORGANDIE MUSLIN ALLOVER. 6/6 per yard. Vhhihi laiim /j Turkey and Indian Designs in Carpet Runners at Popular Prices! We are glad to he able to offer a Fine Range of Carpet Runners m New DesiCTS and the Latest Color Combinations. Some very choice TURKEY and INDIAN PATTERNS, also other designs in Fawns, Blues, Reds, and Greens. THE WELL-KNOWN "BALMORAL" CARPET RUNNERS, wear guaran. VTTTVT& PILE CARPET "RUNNERS. 22* in, 5/U. 27in, a/l^'yard! StpSut VL \XAnNSTER RUNNERS. 22* in, 6/11. 27in, 8/6 yard. DOOR SLIPS TO MATCH ALL CARPETS. From 2/8 to 6/11 each. Drapery Supply » ASSOC!!., And at S New Waterproofs. 105-107-109-111-113-115 GEORGE STREET. And at South Dunedin.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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