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MBI B B B B B B B B B B B Summer Attire!. Fashionable and Popular Styles! . • White Ready-to-Wear Garments for Ladies! “BUSINESS AS USUAL DURING ALTERATIONS TO THE MAP OF EUROPE ” was the naively-framed announcement which a Glasgow shopkeeper affixed to his promises recently. Wo fall into lino with this worthy Briton. Not only is Business at the “D.S.A. ” going on “as usual,” but Wi are proud to say that in some departments it is BETTER than usual, showing a big advance on last year’s figures. Wo account for this by tho fact that wo aim continually in all our buying and selling to attain satisfaction. Tho one definite tost of value Is SATISFACTION—with tho Stylo, tho Quality, tho Suitability, and the Price. Tho generous patronage wo aro now receiving proves conclusively that our persistent efforts in this direction are appreciated. Our courteous staff will consider it a pleasure to show you anythin" you may caro to inspect, and we shall welcome tho opportunity of submitting to you tho Newest Goods, in the Newest Fashion Styles, at Prices which, you are sure to admit, are, equally with the goods themselves, entirely Satisfactory. Household . lINGS! Reliable and New Goods at Really Low Prices! WITH ALL THE ALLURING CHARM OF LIGHTNESS AND DAINTINESS! Whito Frocks are all the vogue for this Summer. Wo have a very largo stock of distinctive and becoming .styles, of which tho following are among the leading lines:— WHITE PIQUE SPORTS COATS. stitched belts, patch perk, is. 19 6 and 21/. WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, high waists, two ami threepiece. 7/6, 10,6, 15 6. Double-shape Skirts, 19/6. WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES, Magvar sleeves, roll collars. 21/, *23/6, 27/6 up to 39/6. WHITE MUSI. IX ONEPIECE DRESSES. 4/11, 5/11, 13/6, 16/11, 21/. WHITE EM B ROIDERED VOILE DRESSES. 15, S, 18/11, 24 6 up to £4 10/. THE SUMMER BLOUSES —are so Beautiful! Those aro a few of tho styles in White Materials:— WHITE MUSLIN BLOUSES, now shapes, high or I>w necks. 2/6, 3*6, 46, 5/11, / O-r 7/6, 8/11 to 25,'. v WHITE EMBROIL ERED VOILE BLOUSES, very dainty. 6/11, 8/11, 105, 12/11 to 23/6. The Latest Corsets ! The finest Cr>.-.tnme and the most bewitching Frock each depend for their complete effect upon the Corset worn. We have an imuionse selection of tho most popular ami best makes, in sizes and models to suit every figure, while our prices are much below those charged in some other places for the same numbers. “ W. 8.” CORSETS, with lewbust, long hips, free hipbone. -1 to t> .suspenders; Grey and .While Couiille. 6/11, 7/11, 9/11, 10,6 to 19,6. “B. & C.” CORSETS, in good strong quality, in Grey Cmitille, 4 suspenders; suitable for medium and r-iont figures. 3'll, 4.-11, 5 11, 6/11. “ D. & A.” CORSETS, a real good model, with low bust and long hips, I suspenders ; White and Grey. 7 ; 6. “ WARNEIUS ’’ CORSE TS, in newest .shapes, with low and medium bust, long hips, 4 to G suspenders ; Grey and White. 5/11, 6 11, 7/11, 8/6 to 14/6. m f/* VXr.f w IHU a I « ‘'2 r Special Sale of Manti. facturer’s Samples of Tray Cloths, Duchesse Runners and Sets, Tea Cloths, and Cushion Covers, Towels, Etc.! At a very small advance on London prices we bought tho Complete Range of Samples of a Home Traveller. Thero_ is, of course, only one of a kind, but the very low prices will make quick work in selling. C 6 CUSHION COVERS, in Colored Linen and Crash, embroidered art colors, with cords, frills, and fringes. 1/3 to 5/6. 35 DUCHESSE SETS, SIDEBOARD COVERS, and TEA CLOTHS AND COSIES, in Crash and Linen. Latest art styles. Sill to 5/6. 39 TRAY CLOTHS, TEA CLOTHS, AND CUSHION COVERS, in Embroidered Llama, Muslin, and Lawn. Altogether new styles. 1/6 to 5/6. 48 HEMSTITCHED AND EMBROIDERED LINEN DUCHESSE SETS, RUNNERS, & TRAY CLOTHS. Assorted sizes. 1/3 to 6/11. 1 TABLE OF SAMPLE TURKISH TOWELS, in Whito and Grey Striped. Bought at 15 por cent, on Home prices. Marked 6d to 2,5 each. A LOT OF MANUFACTURER’S “SECONDS,” SERVIETTES AND DAMASK CLOTHS. These are only very slightly imperfect ; tho wear is uot affected. Tho qualities are principally Double Damask, very heavy and satiny. They are offered at A THIRD LESS THAN USUAL PRICES. FANCY Dept. a? ./ 7 I m CSa../ s i \ i j ¥ 1 11 AN L it# A Union Jack in Every Home! Lovely Range REAL HANDMADE CHINA LACES. WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH. From 6jd to 1/0 per yard. SPEC AIL VALUE IN IMITATION TORCHON LACES. Offered at 1/6 per dozen yards. There are various widths, from Hn to 3in, and north 2/ to 3/. Some Other Attractions in tho Popular FANCY DEPARTMENT. A Lovely Little Silk Flag for placing over the mantelpiece and in the rooms oi the Patriotic! The Mag of the Great British people—Everybody should have one! We haw just received a Special Lot of Union Jacks, made in Japan, of Fine Silk, suitable for Room or Hall Decorations. Sizes loin by lOin Mounted on Black Standard with Gilt Spear Top. The Brightest Little Mag on the market! .Vole tho price! Only 6d each. N Children's Muslin and Cambric Frocks and Coats! Ladies’ Chip and Tagal Hats I INFANTS’ MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC FROCKS, first size; trimmed embroidery, Valenciennes laces, and insert ion... Verv daiutv, and all new. 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 4 11, 5/11, 611 to 12/6. CHILDREN’S MUSLIN ami‘CAMBRIC DRESSES, for Girls from 2 to 10 years of ago; embroidered skirts, belts at waist, and Magyar short sleeves; trimmed Valenciennes laces, insertions, and embroidery headings. Sizes 20in to 3Giu. 3/6, 3/11, 4/11, STI, 7/6, 8,11, 10,9 to 22 6. JUST OPENED!-A LOVELY LITTLE LOT OF CHILDREN’S SOFT WHITE PIQUE TUNIC DRESSES AND COATS. Very plain styles; trimmed Guipure insertion and belt. A dressy little garment! Size:-; ISiu and i’Oin. 10/9, 11,3, and 12/6. GIRLS’ SILK AND RADIANTA DRESSES, trimmed silk, laces, and insertions, and embroidered fronts; dainty collars and culls. For Girls from 8 to ]G vears old. Sizes 2-tin, 27in, 30in, 33in. lltiin. 9i 1, 10/9, 12/6, 13/11, 15 5 to 22/6. Tho Newest Shapes, such as aro being asked for, -and probably tho biggest stock of those held by any retail establishment in tho City I “The Modes of the Hour!” Tho Lowest of Prices! Ladies, please come and soo this great display. A POPULAR STYLE AT PRESENT FOR YOUNG LADIES is the small shape, in Black or White Tngal, deep fitting on to head, dome or slanting crown, roll brim and brim tilted at side. The ■favorite trimming is simply a rose, with wing mount standing up in front. 8/6, 8/6, 10/6. WHITE AND TUSCAN TAGAL SHAPES, in French Sailor, slanting crowns, straight brims, small close-fitting shapes, largo and medium shapes, with brims widening to side and back; largo Sailor shapes, with drooping brims and stitched edge. 7/6, 8/6, 9/6, 10/6. WHITE AND TUSCAN CHIPS, in a large variety of shapes. 3/11, 4/11, 6/6, 6/6. Vs fe-lMpf * & MrW m Spring and Early Summer Furnishings! Nowhere in the City can a more pleasing choice be had in Floor Coverings. Curtains, Runners, Blindings, etc., than in our Furnishing Department. Those Stocks aro Now, Fresh, and Right Up to Date, and shown under conditions which make inspection easy. We desire to remind our Friends that Casement Curtains, Blinds, etc., aro a speciality with us. We make and fit up all these at such reasonable prices ns render the labor of making them up at home entirely unnecessary. We have just opened up another lot of LINOLEUMS. These aro in very soft and harmonious colorings, in Tile, Parquetj Floral, and the New Indian Carpet designs. The Imitation A\ ood Flooring patterns, in Light and Dark Shades of Brown, are specially good and effective. FLOORCLOTHS, running yard. 2vds wide. 2/6 HARD WEAR LINOLEUMS. 2yds wide. 3/8 and 3/9 running yard. EXTRA HEAVY LINOS.. Nairn’s. 3/11, 4/6, 4/9 running yard. INLAID LINOS., in Tile and Wood Effects. 8/11 to 10/9 yard. 2yds wide. Drapery Supply Assn. 105-107-109-111-113-115 GEORGE STREET. Branch at South Dunedin.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15649, 13 November 1914

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