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rr •' 0 m f .1 I D.S.A. GOODS! ’ iAx* the Newest •nd Freshest—Full of Beauty and Distinction t The Sign of Satisfaction” is Beautiful & Fashionable Garments, Smart . . . . Millinery, and Quality . Drapery for Summer! Varieties ! Are Exceptionally Qreat, and not surpassed in tho Oltyl SHOW-WEEK BARGAINS! Every Lady visiting tho City during tho Show Holidays Is respectfully but urgently requested, to make a tour of WA UAAJ vvaw *** - -/» . inspection through our it i flowing with Lovely Goods, at prices, tho withstanding! Miss Aitohlson has i .. is replete and c that there’s hardly returned overany , _ __ , from London. Owing to hor heavy purchases of particularly ixjnaon. uwmg w um * cU i —T Attractive Lines and Remarkable Bargains, our Stock is much heavier than usual. We are therefore offering many wonderful and Extra-ordinary Values, which wo feel sure will appeal to Show-Week Visitors. Something New from America! Overall SDress! The “ BALDWIN Wo are showing in the Underclothing Department a Representative Selection of tho FAMOUS “ BALDWIN ” OVERALL DRESSES, which have been so immensely popular in tho United States for the last 13 months or so. This Dress is completely fastened with One Button, and is made in Fast Color Fabrics. We are sure that what has appealed so strongly to tho Ladies of the United States will find Acceptance with the Ladies of Otago. Prices, 8/11, 8/11# and 10/9. % k A Splendid Showing of Fashionable Silk Coats for Matrons in the Ready Special Purchase of Exclusive Robe Lengths, in Fine Silk and Wool! . . to-Wear Department! . . (Ladles to whom these charming Coats appeal will ho delighted with the Magnificent Variety we are displaying. There are over 60 altogether to select from. They were bought by Miss Aitchison while I?] London, and most of them at a big discount from the ordinary prices. Miss Aitchison has now returned, and will be able to give every information in regard to the fashionableness and excellent value of these beautiful Coats. We are fortunate in having a full range of sizes—ordinary, large, and extra large. Ladies have not been slow to take advantage of this great “ snap.” We have sold a large number, but there is still an excellent range available for selection. " These Fashionable Fabrics consist of MARQUISETTES, ABMURES, OREPES, CORD COTELES, TWILLS, in Plain nil Broohes and Figures, in the New Weaves. All are very silky, high-class staffs. The colors are Saxo, Vieux Rose, Brown, Tan, Putty, Teal, Champagne, Grey, Flame, Cream, Biscuit, New Bronfe, etc. Worth from 37/6 to 49/0. All now 21/. MATRONS’ PLAIN SOFT BLACK SILK COATS, unlined, J and J lengths, draped in front ana E" ered into band at foot behind, also plain s. 80/, 87/8, 87/8. Lined colored silk, £3 Special Job Purchase! Lovely Cotton Dress Fabrics! MATRONS’ NEW' BLACK BROOHE SILK » COATS, also in new and becoming shapes. 87/6, 72/8, 78/ to £4 17/6. Lined colored silk, £5 15/. MATRONS’ BLACK MOIRE SILK COATS, very handsome , lined and unlined. £4 7/6, £5, £6. SMART f-LENGTH JBLACK SILK POPLIN COATS.— Unlined, £2 17/6. Lined colored silk, £6 8/ and £6 6/. 35 pieces RATINE AND SPONGE CLOTH, in all the newest colorings, including Navy, Saxe Blue, Fawn, Brown, Straw, Champagne, Cherry, Vieux Rose, Pink, eto. These beautiful materials are double-width and very fashionable. Usual prioea, IAU to 2/11 per yard. To be cleared at 1/6 per yard. Dainty Tunics for the Children! Charming Little Garments, and so reasonable in price I Mothers! do please make a point of seeing them. PIQUE TUNICS, in White, Navy, Saxe, and Butcher; trimmed Oriental hands and belts, or ppings of Black and White. Sizes 16in to 26in. 1/8, 1/7J, 1/6, 1/11J to 2/6. A LARGE VARIETY OP TUNICS, In Print, Holland, Galatea, and Striped Zephyrs, with short and long sleovesj trimmed Oriental bands and oontoasting pipings and facings j in Saxo, White, Navy* Butcher, Pawn, ana Tussore. 1/6, 1/9, 1/114, 2/3 to 3/11. POPLIN AND TUSSORE TUNICS, with short er long sleeves; in White Pink, Blue, and Tussore; hand-enbroidered, or pipings of Black and White. Sizes 18in to 26in. 4/6, 411, 5/8, and 5/11. PEE OUIt WINDOW DISPLAY OF THESE CHOICE LITTLE GARMENTS 1 Curtain Popular Shapes in Millinery! Nets by the yard Our Millinery Salon is always a source of intense interest to Ladies from the country. The Charm of Distinction and the Perfect Taste of the “D.SJV.. ” Millinery is generally recognised. This week wo draw attention to some Popular Styles, another lot' of which has just reached usi— CHIP AND TAGAL HATS, in tho three colors most required— White, Tuscan, and Black. CREAM AND TUSCAN CHIP HATS, In sailor shapes, and the oblong roll side shape, 4/11, WHITE, TUSCAN, AND BLACK TAGAL SHAPES, in sailors, picture shapes, and tho small close-fitting kinds; very smart. 8/0 and 10/9. ■. Also WHITE PIQUE AND CREPE SPORTS HATS. 4/6 each. WHITE PIQUE AND TOWELLING SAILORS. 4/11. The Fancy Department! k Crowded with Attractions! (TOlhavp made these 5 leading feature for years. This sea•SttSSSS. « lost beau SB inspection of SCUD FINE th Wared fi4i: Stripe design, 04m We. at 1/04 yarn. Sthor prices faS In White and Bern), Don't miss the pleasure of seeing the Novelties I A “ Garden of Delights ” for Ladiee 1 THE NEW ROLL COSTUME COLLAR, VERY STYLISH. WHITE"PIQUE, with plain or hemstitched 6d, 1/# 1/9. WHITE MUSLIN, trimmed laca. IJ, 1/8, 1/9, 2/8. POMPADOUR MUSLIN, with plain White.borders. 6d, 1/3. COLORED BATIN, Saxe, Rose, Terra. 1/9. , A “ SNIP ” IN KID GLOVES. This Smart* Dae bin g, and Stylish Blazer I 22/6. LOT LADIES’ ELBOW-LENGTH GLACE KID GLOVES (our Famous “Lily”), with two doom fasteners, all sizes; Beaver, Tan, Brewn/and Grey. Wore 7 Jo, This lot offered at 5/11. & & D.S.A. Qualities I and Reliable, i he depended on pan to he as wb*** seated, Drapery Supply Association 4 108.107-109.111.H3-i 15 GEORGE ST. D.S.A. Prices! Are the Lowest possible, for Goods of Merit and Satisfactory Character, «BSBMHRI

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914