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AMUSEMENTS. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. >RINCESS THEATRE. Fuller-Brennan, Lid. VAUDEVILLE. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 16. A MAGNIFICENT BILL OF SUPERB ATTRACTIVENESS AND MERIT. A PROGRAMME FULL OF THE JOY OF LIVING. Mr BEN FULLER Takes plcasuro VAUDEVILLE" Presenting VAUDEVILLE A Most Attractive, VAUDEVILLE Refined, and VAUDEVILLE A CCOMPLIS'HED VAUDEVILLE COMBINATION VAUDEVILLE For tho VAUDEVILLE " PJUNOESS " VAUDEVILLE REOPENING, VAUDEVILLE AND VAUDEVILLE* YOU TAKE IT VAUDEVILLE Thero will be VAUDEVILLE- SOMETHING DOING. VAUDEVILLE. Therefore, VAUDEVILLE The Straight Tip-IS to RESERVE YOUR SEATS at tho Dresden. PRICES: 2s, Is. and Gd. GARRISON HAL L. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), November 11, At S o'clock. Mrs PHILIP SNOWDEN Mrs PHILIP SNOWDEX Will Deliver Her Popular Lecturo entitled 'A PEEP INTO PARLIAMENT THROUGH A WOMAN'S EYE.* Mrs Don will Preside. Mrs Snow Jen has spoken from 1,000 different Platforms, visited America six times, and is looked upon as tho Queen of Lady Speakers. Come and Hear for Yourself. Bodv of H.ill and Gallorics, Is; Front Chairs, 2s. Eos Plan opened at Dresden at 9 a.m. To-day. Tickets obtainable Bible- Tract Depot and H. Driver's. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TO-MORROW A RUSH WILL SET IN GOODS AT HALF PRICES OFFERED An English firm has for some years carried a stock in Christcluireh of Serges which they specialise in. Owing to the present unsettled trade conditions this firm has decided to close down. We have been offered tho bulk of their stock of NAVY DRESS SERGES at such a low price that wo could uofc refuse. Tho {roods aro nil wool and extra wide, being 50 inches wide. We are able to sell them at half the usual value: the two leading qualities aro Is 9d and 2s 3d yard. Representative pieces are now on view in our window. Wo are also showing a. special clearing line of WOOL and SILK TAFFETA, in cream only, 42 inches wide. Theso Taffetas havo a pretty silk stripe showing through the fabric. Theso are offered nt loss than cost of manufacture —viz., Is 6d yard. TV. PENROSE AND CO., GEORGE STREET. FANCY NEEDLEWORK. MANUFACTURER'S STOCK TO BE CLEARED. Never was n maker in bigger hurry to effect a salo than when he concluded a deal in CUSHION COVERS with us. Tho remit is or." or two rare bargains to offer Duncdin people. 200 Plain Woven CRASH CUSHION COVERS, finished deep frill, worked in colored Tyriau washing embroidery silk: Is 6d each. In Crash color*. 200 Oatmeal Woven CRASH CUSHION COVERS, finished with fringe (q match, worked in colored Tyriuii washing cmbroidery silks; 2? Bd each. In Crash 400 Plain SATEEN COVERED CUSHIONS, well stuffed, to fill above covers: Is each. TV. PENROSE AND C 0.,. GEORGE STREET. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. Hundreds of people aro now finding out what, we have known nil along—that the GARMENT SALE and WHITE UNDERCLOTHING SALE which we are now conducting offers buyers exceptional advantages. Fact is, many garments are priced at a cost thut would not cover the price of bare material used. In one of our front windows may be seen Sample Nightdresses marked 2s lid. These are well made and nicely trimmed with Swiss Embroidery: the calico us>ed is good. Altogether, the material would cost what -wo now nsk for the finished garment. The- same is true of quite a lot of other thing': showing. Why not examine the window containing them? LADIES' LONGOLOTH NIGHTDRESSES, shaped collar, cd.-rcrl with embroidery, tucks and embroidery trimming front, sleeve finished with frill of embroidery. Usual price, -Is lid. White Sale price. 2s lid. LADIES' KNICKERS. WOMEN'S LONGCLOTH KNICKERS, closed make, shaped waist-bauds, knee-band finished with frill of embroidery ami featherstitch braid. Usual price, "2s lid. White Sale oriee, Is lid. WOMEN'S LONGCLOTH KNICKERS, shaped waist-bands, closed m:<l;o, insertion or tucked knee-band, finished with embroidery frill. Usual price, 3s lid. White Sale price, 2s Gd. A Large Assortment of LADIES' CAMISOLES, all prettily trimmed with lace insertion or embroidery; mx patterns fo choose from. Usual price, 2s lid. White Sal" price. Is lid. LADIES' CAMISOLES, with round or Vshaped yokes back and front, small puff sleeve, edeed with lure. Usual price. 3s 9d. Whito Sale price, 2s 3d. TV. PENROSE AND CO., GEORGE STREET. LADIES' MILLINERY. SALE OF OUR WHOLE STOCK OF NEW SEASON'S MILLINERY. Tho builders are remodelling our Show i Room, and in consequence we are clearing our Stock of Trimmed Millinery right now ' in tho beginning of the srason. Wo have : cut down the prices to LESS THAN HALF THE USUAL. Four Special Lots of Midi j nery will ha found attractive:— I LOT 1.—200 TKIMMED REVDY-TO-WEAR HATS, in very newest, styles; Piques, Linen, Chips, n lso Panamas; White, and also now colors. This lot rll tit 4s lid each. Regular Half-guinea Hats. LOT 2.—200 TRIMMED HATS, all new shapes, very smartly trimmed. Price, 7s lid each. Regular 15s line. I LOT 3.—100 Very Charming SUMMER! HATS, trimmed with new ribbons, polios, etc. Can do White and any fashionable color. All to go at 10s Gd each. Regular One-guinea Hats. LOT 4.—100 Choice TRIMMED HATS, in White, Fawn, or Putty Sill: Sfrnw. with satin and crepo trimminrrs. fini-hr-d with posies or roses. All one price, 15s 6d. A Cheap Line of GIRLS' STRAW HATS. in Mushroom and tuvnf-d-uyi rim, with Navy and Whito bands or cords. Whito Sale price. Is. CHILDREN'S STRAW GALATEA*, with Navy, White, and Pale Blue bands, in assorted sizes. All one price, Is lid. 2,000 ROSES. TRAILS. FOLIAGE. AND ASSORTED FLOWERS, Including many choice specimens. All one price, Gd each. TV. PENROSE AND CO., J GEORGE STREET. I CI ET Quotations from ' Evening Star' A" Office for large or small quantities of i PriHtuy; before

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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