j Cooking in Hard Times.—" How will j yon have your eggs cooked?" asked the I waiter. '" Make any difference in the co-d 'of 'em?" inquired the cautions customer i with the brimloss hat and the ragged ■ beard. "No. ' "Then cook them on the : top of a slice of ham." said the customer. , .Mother: "Now Willie. I shall tell your I father to punish you severely for telling an untruth .' You said you didn't touch one of those six plums, and there is only one left, and I found the five stones in vmir pocket." Willie: " I told no storv. 'mother. The plum 1 didn't touch is the in:' that's left !''
i A Rood thing about babies is that they j never go around tolling the smart, things I their daddies said. j Northern France being: iich in waterI ways, barsros are brine fitted up as hosi pitals. By thi.' means alono. can the wounded be treated daring: transport.
Very Special Bafgaies in Holiday Attire ? • • George St. 11 The following Selected List of BARGAINS for the HOLIDAY | y represents PRODIGIOUS MONEY-SAVING OFFERS. The G I This Season's Fashions, Fresh and Beautiful, and in most i I being sold at HALF to ONE-THIRD of the Regular Prices ! 1 welcome to inspect every line, whether you intend to purchase Don't miss seeing these WONDERFUL Bargains ! 29 dozen WHITE VOILE BLOUSES, latest styles, low necks, trimmed i real lace and embroidered I 16 dozen LADIES' WHITE DRILL SKIRTS, high waists, slashed fronts, with row of buttons.~. 6'dozen LATEST SHEPHERD CHECK AND TWEED SKIRTS, high j waists, slashed in front • • I j 25 dozen STYLISH HIGH-CLASS COLONIAL CHECKED TWEED J SKIRTS, high waists, cut in front, and row of buttons. Brown and I Grey Broken Checks, also Plain Shepherd Checks.... I 6 dozen LOVELY CREPE BLOUSES, with low collars, in Pique, etc. I Broken Checks and Plain I HUNDREDS OF RATINE AND FLORAL VOILE DRESSES. Worth up jj to Now ff LADIES'JAVA HOLIDAY HATS. Worth 4/6 for j 1 j WARNER'S CORSETS, in Drab and White, 19 to 26, four suspenders, P S/6 quahtv for I g Tuscan, Brown, Tan, Flame, etc., with fine stripes, assorted colors. I Were 1/3 per yard. For ♦.^.~....,. < I HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN'S AND GIRLS' READY-TO-WEAR HATS. J At 9d, 1/6, and 1/11. | CHILDREN'S LINEN PETER PAN STITCHED HATS. 1/ each. j 18 dozen LADIES' LARGE OVERALL APRONS, made in-Dunedin, of good quality Crepe ;in Navy, Saxe, Brown, etc. Usually 3/6. For I HUNDREDS OF LADIES' TWEED COSTUMES, all the latest shapes. At 10/6, 15/, 21/, 25/, 29/6, and 35/ each. From a quarter to a half the usual prices. SEASON cases are You are se or not, Ladies' Home Journal Patterns! We have been appointed Sole District Agents for these W ; orld-famous Fashionable and Practical Patterns, the prices of which extremely moderate. A complete range is now in stock, and inspection is cordially invited. LIMITED. ""OS, 107, 109, 111, 113, & 115 GEORGE STREET Branch at South Dunedin
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