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An indication of the friendly feeling in 2s'r-, v York towards France is afforded by llm appointment of a < ommiUeo to discuss (ho prerfion of a life-fired equestrian sin(iU p of Joan of Arc in some public square in the city.

LADIES’ LOVELY UGI Dainty Summer Underwear very moderate! Also some Splendid Corsets! All Sorts of FASCINATING UNDERWI Gotten Vest at 9d up to the Lovely Lor fine range, at such prices as South Uuned you, please, to come along and see it! CAMISOLES, in Fine Longcloth and Madapolam, with dainty effects in insertion and embroidery ; V shape or square neck. 1/12/0, 2/11, 3/0, 3/11, 4/11, and E/6. LADIES’ WHITE COTTON VESTS, short sleeves. The fino quality co popular for Summer wear! OH, 1/, 15, 1/6. LADIES’ WHITE VESTS, Silk .Mixture, short sleeves. 1/1 2/3, and 2/6. PRINCESS PETTICOATS, for wear with one-pieco drecses; beautifully made, nicely finished with embroidery. 4/11, 7/It, 8/9, 11/0, and 16/11. LONGCLOTH NIGHTDRESSES, trimmed embroidery or lace, with turned-down collar or square nod:. & 1 /tk M 1 / Ii? y* W'< ' s '<uf V.

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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