Tonr Skin Needs tab Now I Just a little of the wonder- ~, fnl non-greasy Icilma Cream I used daily, before going out j skin from redness and rough- | ness, protect it from the bad effects of cold winds, dust or j heat, etc. j Send Id. in stamp* for a. dainty •amrle ot this world famed cream, i tocetber -with a wonderful Boolc-n Beauty. Icilma Co.. J.tl.fDept.' I li Feat nor„ ton Street, Wellington. (6 : Every part of the body benefit* bj ■ course of W I Ml All chemists have it 2/6 & 4/6 per bottle. Bulletin of Practical Gifts for Men, and DaintyThingsinj Gloves, Etc. — suitable Presents i The Good Folk of South Donedln are asked to come and see the Christmas Wares at the " Hub! " \ Wo are showing such a lot of i really pretty and usef | in every way suited for ChristI mas Gifts. People just now have i no money to throw away on "flim-flams" and "trumpery gee-gaws " —something of use is what is wanted, and we have an abundance of exactly the kind of thing required. Prices as usual j are pleasingly low! Gome early, t if you can manage it, please 1 For Ladies! FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, ! dainty effects in embroidered lawn and fine linen. Bd, 9d, 104 d, 1/, 1/3, 1/4 i, 1/6, and 1/9 HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, "fine makes. At 1/, 1/6, 1/9, 2/, 2/6 per half dozen. ] Handkerchief SACHETS, containing quarter dozen: pretty designs m embroidered linen. 2/3, 2/9, 3/3 eaclj. Kid GLOVES, full ranges of excellent qualities in Fownes', Dent's, and other makes. 2/8, 3/3, 3/11, and 5/6 per pair. White Kid GLOVES. At 3/3 and 3/11 per pair. Black or White Kid GLOVES, elbow length. 5/11 per pair. UMBRELLAS, reliable makes; mostly in the popular crook handle. At 2/11, 3/11, «/8, and 5/6 each. DITTO, finer qualities, all selected handles. 6/8, 7/11, 8/11 tip to 11/6 each. Ladies' Leather BAGS, in the new shapes. 3/11, 5/11, 6/11, 8/11, and 9/11 each. Children's White Satin and Poplin BAGS, with pretty painted scenes. 1/ and 1/11 each. ANTIMONY WARE, new and novel selected lot of Trinket Boxes; various designs, in round or square shape. At 9d, 1/, 1/6, 1/11, 3/3, and 2/8. PIN TRAYS. At 3d each. PERFUMES, old English Lavender Water and Eau de Cologne. 1/ and 1/6 per l>ottle. Rosemary SACHETS. 9d each. POT-POURRI, 4J[d and 9d per pot. These, if placed in handkerchief boxes or linen chests, impart a sv.-eet, bracing aroma to the contents. Black Lisle HOSE, lace fronts. 1/6, 1/9, 2/3 per pair. Black Lisle HOSE, with lace clox. 1/11 per pair. Black Embroidered Cashmere HOSE, fine makes, embroidered fronts, in various colors. 2/3 and 2,6 per pair. BLOUSES, Tussore Silk Shirt Blouses; good cut, turneddown collar. 8/11 each. Plain White Silk BLOUSES, beautifully cut, good style, low-cut neck. C/ 11, 11/6, 12/11, 13/11 each. Lace BLOUSES, very dainty stylos; medium or low neck. 6/11, 7/0, 10/9, 14/11 each. Ladies' PINAFORES, in Blue and White stripe or Spot, design, or in Plain Saxs, with Oriental trimming; new Magyar style, good fitting shape. 2/9. 2/11, 3/3, and 3/6 each. CAMISOLES, dainty styles! In derv or lace yokes; square or "Y" shape. Prices, 2/9 to 5/8 each. Feather BOAS, very special value; long style in either Black or White. 8/11 each. Shorter MAKES, in Champagne, Black, Grey, or Sax©. 7/8 to 13/fi each. For Men! Men's UMBRELLAS, in dealrablo qualities, mostly crook handles. At 7/6, 8/11, and 10/6 each Silk Initial HANDKERCHIEFS. border. 2/11 and 3/6 each. Silken Initial HANDKERCHIEFS, splendid quality; any initial. 1/ each. Colored Bordered HANDKERCHIEFS, mercerised quality, * printed borders; in Saxe, Heliotrope, Navy, etc. Price, 8d each, I Men's Wide-end TIES, special value, all fresh goods, just i landed for Christinas; in i newefet colorings, including j shaded effects in Tussore ana j Champagne. 1/, 1/8, 1/0, nnd | 2/ each. Men's Fancy SOX, good quality; Black Cashmere, "Jason," and other makes: with embroidered clox in White or colors. 1/8, 2/, and 2/8 per pair. South Dunedin. Drapery Supply Asaocn.
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