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*>zz v Dress Dept. Special Pi “MOSGHSE** AL3WWOOL CHEVIOT B and Fawn, Splendid for Boys’ *yaj Worth. 8/11 per yard. Soiling price, muiraiicmmMß suiting, zh u and Mole! with neat stripe. One Costumes. In Four-Yards-to-a-Oost STRIPE Grey. One of toe best materials itumes or Sports Coats. Worth I Dress Lengths at About Half tl We Lengths in tn« a Each Length r the latest s Reseda. ' BZifl to 41 ust completed a Special Beautiful Silk «a an< 8 to 6 acts, Purchase of nearly 100 Excl and Wool Fabrics. Broohe no two are alike. The Sfio** Champagne, Creom, etq.. etc. These are honestly i ana will he cleared without exception at the imrfoj Drapery Supply Clearing Lines in Ladies' Ready-to Reduced Prices! Reduce 1 LADIES’ UP-TO-DATE TWEED COSTUM Summer! ©there are suitable for wear High-waisted starts, 17/8. 21/.20/6, and 'LADIES’ COTTON CREPE COSTUMES L Coa LADIES’ QNEnPIEOE FROCKS, of Wool 8/11, LADIES’ SILK TUSSORE DRESSES, In ma all new. 17/8 and 21/. LADIES’ “ HYDROTITE ” WATERPROOF LADIES’ WHITE DRILL DRESS SKIRTS, embroidery, 3/11 each. LADIES’ WHITE MUSLIN DRESS SKIRTS, embroidery. 5/11 each. \ *LiADIES’ ALL-WOOL GREY WHIPCORD Worth up to 21/. Now 8/6. HUNDREDS OF BLOUSES, in White Embi Striped Cambria, ©to. 2/fl each. AND MANY OTHER LINES EQUAI Women'* Summei LADIES’ RIBBED COMBINATIONS, W1 low noik, no sleeves. 1/0. WHITE COTTON RIBBED AND WOVEN necks, short sleeves, 2/9, 2/11, 3/6, 3 LADIES’ AMERICAN AND ENGLISH \ extra large size, short sleeves. 9d, 1, LADIES' MOREEN UNDERSKIRTS, wit for wearing with light skirts, in So Cerise. 3/11, 4/8, 4/11. 5/8. 5/11. LADIES’ WOVEN BUMMER BLOOMER* Print; Navy, Saxe, Grey, Black, Whi ■ i Underclothing ! P Two Notable and Attractive Line* at the Fancy Counter! WONDERFUL VALUE IN RIBBONS JUST OPENED! 150 pieces LOVELY SILK GLACE RIBBONS, Sin wid . Just what’s required for Hair Ties and Bows. Every shado K — perfect in tone. White, Cream, ► Sky, Saxe. Turquoise, Electric, Navy, Pink, Cardinal, Crimson, Beaver, Brown, Gold, Nil, Apricot, Rose, Teal, Terra, Orange. Only B£d par yard. THE “D.S.A.!” % f o < •5-r-ar* Japanese Seagrass and Other Season's Most Popular Wash Fabrics! We quote the following as examples of the excellent ranges vre stock in Cotton Materials for Summer Frocks. FLORAL CREPES, in small, neat designs. 7jd, Bfd, 1/, 1/3, 1/9 per yard, DOUBLE-WIDTH WHITE VOILES are in great demand this season. Wo ore showing special values at 1/3 L 1/6* 1/11 and 2/3 per yard. 1 JAPANESE CREPES, for Holiday Frocks. Whites, flfd, B|d, 10|d, 1/, 1/3t and 1/8 per yard; Colors, in all leading sh 8H 19Jd, 1/, 1/11 per per yard. Dainty Little Garments in Childr The Prices are Most Reasonable, and the 6

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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