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FEED YOUR CHILD ON f *sSSt%. THE FINEST FOOD FOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS. All Grocers and Storekeepers. % & i su I Estab, 1860 gymEjgagHmwKas ms ae a ! s Some of the tilings that “HE” is sure to like. Here's suok a wide variety of suitable Gifts—■ seasonable', smart, correct, and useful things that every M:m wante. The “PROBLEM” of that Gift for Dad, Brother, or “Boy” -.vill .solve itself when yon see, these. Hero are a few suggestions:—SMAßT TIES. FANCY BOX, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS. BOX SUSPENDERS, COLLARS, STUDS LINKS, ETC. IS3 RATTRAY STREET. Estab. 1359. Offering of Special Purchases Reductions 6/8 in the Found. y-wrwwr'AtEpruwp 77^ u ‘l-' kj M Vik 36 LADIES’ NEW CREPE WASHING FROCKS, with Basque; in Grey, Brown, Cream, and White. HI/. For 10/6 each. AN EXCEPTIONAL BARGAIN. 32 LADIES; TAILOR-MADE TWEED COSTUMES, latest cut; coats tailor-lined. Usually SOI. To go at 16/ each. 26 only NAVY COAJING SERGE COSTUMES, tailor-out. dressy, and useful ; some silk-lined. TV. To go at 25 SPECIAL OFFERING of 330 LADIES’ WASHING BLOUSES, in Jap. Crepes; colors—Navy, Saxo, Sky, Cinnamon, Mauve, Champagne, and Grey. Also in Navy, Saxe, and Grey Striped Nurso Cloth. All sizes. With New Polo Collar. Usually 5/11. All marked 2 11. no LADIES’ SUMMER RAIN COATS (“Hydrotite ”), Raglan and Anieriea.n shapes : all sizes. ' At 12/6. 34 VELOUR SPORTS COATS, hip length ; Moje and Brown stripes. Worth 2,3/. All at 10/6. A few good FKA'i HER NECKLETS, in Saxe, Brov. n, Grey, and White. To clear at 3,11. SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. 130 CHARMING TRIMMED HATS, exclusive model?, no two alike; all representative of tiio very latest style for midsummer wear. The true value is from 30' to ?2'. Our price this week is 10,6 each. 260 Ladies’ Holiday and Seaside Hats, in correct shapes and shades. V\ orth 3/6, Our price this week, a!! 1/ each, 400 Children’s and Maids’ “ Sunshine,” “ Beach,” and “ Picnic. ” Hats; all good quality straws, correct shapes, comfortable, pretty, and a perfect shade. Usually 2/0, Price this week, all 6(1 each. A Fine Collection in the Fancy and Haberdashery Departments. Antimony Trinket Boxes, various sirws and shapes; quaint Japanese designs. Prices—--2,0, 3.8, 4/6, and 5,6. AnHinony Inkstands. Vases, etc., in novelty shapes ; all embossed. Prices, 2 6, 3/6, 5,8, 7 6. ANTIMONY JEWEL AND TOILET BOXES, a handsome and useful on lament for the dressing-table. Prices, 5/6, 7/6, 12 6, 10 6 each. ANTIMONY STUD AND PIN BONES. Prices, ed and 9d each. ANTIMONY TRAYS, assorted styles; beautifully embossed. Prices, I', 1/6, and 2/ each. BRONZED ROSE BOWLS, splendid designs; a special line. At 2/ each. E.P. HAND MIRRORS, new styles: full size. Special. At 3,6 each. Worth o.u. CELLULOID HAND MIRRORS, White onlv. At 1 G, 2/8, ami 4 6 each, MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES, with embossed antimony backs; an acceptablo present for a gentleman. Price, 5/ pair. DRESS BASKETS, extra strong, with leather corners ; sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 3. Without Straps—--18, 1 11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/9. With Straps ami Handles—■ 2/11, 3/3, 3 6, 3,3, 3/11. THREE SPECIALS IN LADIES' HANDBAGS, at half usual prices; good shapes and qualities. Lot I.— Worth 2/G. Now 1/ each. Lot 2. —Worth £G. Now 2/G each. Lot 3.—Worth 10/. Now 4/6 each. A SPECIAL NOVELTY AT HALF USUAL PRICE. 500 SHAKE-HEAD ORNAMENTS AND MATCH HOLDERS, 18 new designs. Usually !/• A)! at 6d each. A NOVELTY BARGAIN. 250 SWISS WEATHER COTTAGES, a pretty ornament and a reliable weather prophet.” Usually 6/. Now ail 2/6. Mr u V&hV. m $ Kl iff 1 i>ssSZ£»*

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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