TSie 6 j| New Year | I of Practical Gifts 9 for Men, and I Dainty Things in--1 eluding Blouses^ | Gloves, Etc—I suitable Presents 1 for Ladles! i Kta. , I In Good 1 oik ot -i i th !> inr 1m i ~. .skod iii < ..mi ui i ii tin i \. \\ i ,ii V, \\< -> it tin Huh' I] \\ i 111 si) >\\ ill . '-UI II .1 lot "I ] li ll' on tt\ ill I Us ml \ltir ii s lin i i \ \ is sum il ii'i N < ■> *l .11 Gil- i'l ' I'll lim POU I v 1 ) HI 111 \ t ' ill low '« I O 1 thill I' 111 ' 1 l'l tltll 1) lIN ~j _i I- r |ns MT 11 il)_ dl l!-l> 1 'i ilin i vmt i 1 mil helt i\ t iii ,'] il.imil in ■< 1 (\ 1. tl\ tli. 1 itnl ' t !j thm_ 1 .[in ui I'm 1 - 1-11 11 H A m pit 1 in hj ni' ' <mm «' th 1 H It MUI t 111 .1 111 1 it 111 1 ' ; "" For Ladles! 1 I FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, If dainty effects in embroidered i lawn "and fine linen. 6d, 8(1, ! il 10iri, 1/, 1/3, 1/4-;, 1/6, and 19 I 1 HEMRTITCTrET) HANDKE.R----II CHIEFS, fine makes. At ! I 1/, 1/6, 1/9, 2/, 2,5 per half r; dozen. $ Handkerchief SACHETS, oonh tiiiniii.ic quarter dozen • pretty a dosiLjns m embroidered linen. M 2/3, 29, 3/3 each. t| Kid GLOVED, full ranges of ex- ' 4 eellent qualities in Fownes', 1 Dent's, and other makes. 2,6, U 33, 3/11, and 5/6 per pair. I White Kid GLOVES. At 3/3 jt\ nnd 3'll per pair. itl Blaek or While Kid GLOVES, i|] elbow length. 5/11 per pair. \t\ UMBRELLAS, reliable makes; |1 mostly in the pomila-r crook N handle. At 2/11, 3/11, 4/6, and I H 5 6 each. I U DITTO, finer qualities, :>ll se- | leeted handle-,. 86, 7/11, S/11 hj up to 11/6 each. I R Ladies' Leather BAGS, in the I p u. v -shapes. 3 11, S 1!, 6/11, !\\ S 11, and 911 eaeh. j •] Children's White Satin and PopH lin BAGS, with pretty painted >| neenes 1 and 111 eaeh. [j ANTIMONY WAKE, nmr and tl novel .selected lot of Trinket |1 Boxes: various designs, in hj round or square shane. \i, I 9d, 1", 1/8, 1/11, 23. and 11. H PIX TRAYS. At 3d e.-eh. I PERFUMES. old Kiulbii q Lavender Water and Lau <i^ H Cologne. 1 und 13 p>r ! U bottle. I H Rosemary SACHETS. 00" inch. I I POT-POURRI, 4UI slid 3d per I H r>et. These, if placed in handIs impart a tnveot, bracing e.roma 1 to the contents. I Black Lisle HOSE, kwe. fronts. (jj 1/6, I' 9, 2/3 per pair. I Black Lisle HOSK, with bee I clox. 1/11 per pair. s| Black Embroidered Cashmere [J HOSE, finomnkes, embroidered 'A fronts, in various colors, 2/3 B and 2/6 per pair, if BLOUSES, Tussore Silk Shirt II Blouses; good cut, turnedSi down collar. 6/11 each. H Plain White Silk BLOUSES. U beautifully cut, uood stylo, I low-cut-nock. 8/11, 11/6, 12/11, I 13/11 each. fi Lace BLOUSES, very dainty I styles; medium or low nock. §} 6/11, 7/6, 103, 1«/11 eaeh. f. Ladies' PINAFORES, in Blue is and White stripe or Spot dell sign, or in Plain Saxe, with f| Oriental trimming;; new Mag("s var stvle, good fitting shape. $ 2/8, 2/11, 3/3, and 3/B'each. t| CAMISOLES, dainty _ styles: in ti fiito Madapolam, with embroils dery or lace yokes; square or i "V" shape. Prices, 2/3 to I S/8 each. tj Feather BOAS, very special hj value: long stvle in either I Black or White. 8/11 each. f2 Shorter MAKE.?, in Champna;ne, I Black, Grey, or Saxe. 7/6 to q 13'S each. ?!. __ _ a Men's U.MBRELLAS, in de.sir- • l| able qualities, mostly crook 1 handles. At 7/6, 8/11, and 10/6 I SifkVnitia] HANDKERCHIEFS, B line quality Silk, hemstitched m border. '2/11 and 3/6 each. P Silken Initial HANDKERS CHIEFS, splendid quality; 0 any initial. 1/ eaeh. 1 Colored Bordered HANDKEB--1 CHIEFS, mercerised quality, i printed borders; in Saxe, 1 Heliotrope, Navy, etc. Price, I Brf each._ I Men's Wide-end special I value, all freeh goods, just I landed for _Ghristnift.s; in I newest colorings, including I shaded effects in Tussore and I Champagne. 1/, 1/6, 1/9, and H 2/ eacn. 1 Men's Fancy SOX, good quality; I Black Cashmere, " JasonV k and other makes; with ernbroiI dered clox in White or colors, I 1/6, 2/, and 2/6 per pair. TT^iulilli South Doeedin. Drapery Supply Assocn. |R *. JT ING OSCAII " SARDIN I'. A*- For your C;imp. Don* ti*}u» "sowsUluw iUBt as good."
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