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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
AMUSEMENTS. QUEERS THEATRE. PERPETUAL. PICTURE PALACE. Daily: Noon -till 10.30 p.m. (non-stop). Be advised: Come early, or at Day Sessions. Ths "Ha! ha! ha!" Boom. The "Ha! ha! ha!" Boom. The- Feast of Merriment in Full Swing. You know, it is said laughter is a splendid tonic Why not save doctors' bills and have AX ABSOLUTE SCREAM, AN ABSOLUTE SCREAM, AX ABSOLUTE SCREAM, A POSITIVE ROAR. A POSITIVE ROAR, A POSITIVE It OAK, At tho Star of Keystono Stars. A Farce-Comedy Written Farcically by Farce Comedians To create a Chorus of Hearty Laughs. THE PROPERTY MAN The Cleverest Theatrical Skit ever Screened, with CHARLES CHAPLIN As the CHARLT? CHAPLIN Inimitable CHARLES CHAPLTX and Mirth- " CHARLES CHAPLIN provokingCHARLKS CHAPLIN. Props. Conic To-night, but take a tip and Wear Loose Clothing. But see your buttons aro sewn on tightly. * And To-day. at 4.30: 'THE BATTLE OF LEBBEKE,' "TUB BATTLE OF LEBBEKE.' Showing: German Army make Attempt to Cross the Scheldt—Aro Driven Back by Belgians—Armored Motor Car Going Out to Prevent Flanking Movements—Artillery Galloping to Fresh Position to Attack Entrenched Germans—Second Division of Belgian Artillerv Going into Action—After the Battle—Monks Loading Ambulance Waggons. AND THERE ARE OTHERS. ONE PRTCB TO ALL PARTS: ADULTS, SIXPENCE. CHILDREN, 3d. PfcUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL jIJ SOCIETY'S SUMMER SHOW. EARLY SETTLERS' HALL, TO-MORROW, 1 till 10 p.m. BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Cut Flowers and Pot Plants on Salo in Oio Hall, entire proceeds of which, in addition to profits from the Exhibition, go to the Belgian Relief Fund. Orchestra in attendance. ADMISSION ... ONE SHILLING. 'Phone 179. R. HANNING, Sec. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. LATEST FROM THE FRONT! UST ARRIVED at BRAITHWAITE'S With a Special BRITISH AEROPLANE Crammed with Delightful X.UAS TOYS FOR EVERY CHILD IX DUNEDIN. 4 T BR A I THWAI TE' S. Where else? Nowhere! . UNIQUE POST CARDS AND XMAS YTJLETIDE ONCE AGAIN TOPULAR. ECONOMICAL, AND USEFUL PRESENTS At SALE PRICES at. THE SPINNING WHEEL. THAYCLOTHS, DUCHESSE SETS. TABLE CENTRES, RUNNERS, etc, from lOd in 13s 6d each. LADIES' UMBRELLAS, stylish handles and reliable covers, 7s Gd to 15s 6d each. HANDKERCHIEFS, Irish Embroidered, 6 tor 2s 3d, 3s lid, •!, Cd, 4s lid, 5s lid. FABRIC GLOVES, very newest, 10' A to 2s 6d pair. LACE LISLE HOSE, in Black. Tan. and White, from is 6<l to 2s 9d pair. EMBROIDERED COSEY COVERS. While and Colored, Is 6cl to 2s 6d each. EMRROTDERED CUSHION COVERS from Is 3d to 3s each. PILLOW SHAMS, beauiifullv embroidered, 4s lid, 6s Cd, 7s 6d, 9s per pair. The abovo are always acceptable. Presents, and wo assure you that for value they are unrivalled. FIVE CAPES LADIES' LINGERIE AND COTTON AND WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR. GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. VESTS from Is each. KNICKERS from Is 9d each. COMBINATIONS from 2 5 6d. KIP.KPATRICK AND BARCLAY:, THE SPECIALISTS. FOR PALE, Tw( story Brick House, George street ; suit professional man. Adircs:-> " Immediate," Central Post, Oltice. mAIERI MOUTH.—Beautiful Summer Resi.!L deuce. 5 rooms. vermdah-; cheap ground rnu ; partly lurnMic-i; £250. Alex. Ilnrrie. OTHER Cigarette Tobaccos aro dull in comparison with Red Jacket Tobacco. Soothing, fragrant, mellow. nnAKE Marshalls Sarsapanlla it you wish JL to get. rid of your Pimples and Boils; 2s 6d. Marshalls Pharmacy. FOR medicinal purpoees, the toast, or the friendly nip—Wat-son's No. 10 Whisky. OUR Annual Xmus Sale is Now every article reduced in price. E. Souncss, Princes street. r Gold Bangl v v Muff Chain?, Necklets. Brooches, Pendants, Engagement Rings, Earrings, all at Sale, prices. Ebony Hair Brushes, Shaving JT Minors. Sovereign Purses, Gold Alberts. Link". Ti s, at Sale prices TTIOUND.—DouIton China, Tea Sets, * Flower Bowls, Teapots, Salad Bowls] Tobacco Jars at Sale prices. 4 S we aro overstocked in Handbags, _Z.jL special reductions to effect a speedy sale. E. Soulless. (OOD Whisky hurts no man. Watsons I No. 10 is safest, because purest and BUSINESS as usual. Robt. Mos3, piano tuner, repairer, 18 Albany 6treet ; good work guaranteed; contracts undertaken. tMOKERS, Note: You can obtain full rj> 2uz weight of all -Tobaccocs at Moodv's, tobacconists. AVvAY with dull care and sorrow U Watpcn's No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. PAINTING R<=musite3 every description— Singlo article, wholesale price; great duct ions all departments; Framing Material, Window and Fancy Glass, Paperhanging, Friezes, etc.; estimates free Painting, Paperhanging, Glazing, Sign Writing, Picture Framing. Wren's, Wren's. SMILE, and the world smiles with you; kick and you kick alone, for the cheerful grin will let you in at Guy's Studio, where the kicker is never known. >RETTY Child Competition still going strong, £5 Ss and £3 3s. Particulars at Studio, Princes street; tel 3,188. EN. of taste, of culture moke their Cigarettes from Red Jacket Tobacco. OLD age commands respect. Watson'a No. 10 is highly esteemed because veryold and fully matured.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15675, 14 December 1914
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