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I RIBBONS. J RICH MTLLINERY RIBBONS. sin to 6in vide; I self colors, now s-tripes, floral designs. Worth I ]o?jd to 13. Now 6d per yard, I ODD COLORS IX MILLINERY RIBBONS, about I oiin to (JUn wide. To be cleared at 3d, 1 LADIES' LEATHER BACS. 1 ;!o ONLY, MARKED AT LESS THAN HALFI COST. Now 6d, 9d to 36. 1 SILK ORIENTAL INSERTIONS ON BLACK NET, 1 2in to 3iIJ l wide Worth 10d to 1/2 per yard. I Now 2d a yard. | LARGE purchase WIDE EMBROIDERED I CAMBRIC AND MESLIN INSERTIONS AND 1 A FEW EDGINGS. Regular prices, 3d to B}d II per vai'd. To clear at 1/8 per dozen. 1 NECKWEAR SAMPLES, alwnt 3o dozen. 1 To clear at 3d and 6d each. 1 SHOW ROOM 1 Crowded Out with SEASONABLE GOODS, at I Prices that will ensure Speedy Clearance. ONE-PIECE ROBES, nil o/ood shades. Worth IS' to HO . NOW 3/11, 5 11. LINEN AND CRASH COSTUMES, White and ncw shados. To go at 3/11, 4/11, a 1.1 onlv TWEED COSTUMES, smiw silk-Wu. For 5/11, 7/11, 9 11. Skirts alone worth double the. price. I'NDERSKIRTS. in Print iinrl Moiretto. Salvage prices, 1,11, 2,11. SEVERAL HUNDRED BLOUSES AND SHIRTS, I all now df-;oe,ns; Cream and Colors. 0 Sale prices, 1/11, 2 6, 2 11. 10 .) A PA N USE C R EPE EM BB 01DER ED KIMONO DRESSING GOWNS, nil pond colors. Sale, 5 8. :>() DRESSING JACKETS. Sale, 3/9. Few onlv EMBROIDERED COATS. AVer. 2-V to .'W ; <-i ' Now 3 11, 5/11. IT, DUST COATS. Worth 2Y to 42 . Salvage prices, 5 11 to 9 11. | MILLINERY SECTION. I BALANCE OK SUMMER. STOCK MARKED AT 1 SPECIAL PRICES. 5/11, 6/11, and 7/11. 1 FLOWERS. At 3d and 6d a spray. | UNTBIMMED STRAWS AND READY-TO-WEAR I I.LVi'S at a fraction of their actual value. I LACE SECTION BARGAINS. i.-iIKTO vardp RICH ORIENTAL TRIMMINGS, | 'o\LONS, BLACK SILK FRINGES, PINAFORE S TRIMMINGS. Wholesale prices, Gel to 2S i .per 5 v-ii-i] Sale price, 2d peryard. i S3 BLACK SILK AND SATIN SASHES, with 1 Fringed or On-mial Silk Ends. Worth :'s'] 1 io I :i ] Now 19 eash. I -Ki pi..<vs rVORY. WHITE. AND BLACK SILK I INSERTIONS, i'or Neckbands, elc. etc. Were I 11,1. io I ;.' per yard. Sale price, 4d. 1 CLOVES AND HOSIERY. MOR LEY'S BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. Rihbed. 1 Two pairs for 1,9, 2 3, 2 11. 1 [SLACK PLAIN CASHMERE HOSE. | Sale prices, 14, 1 9, 2 3 pair. ODD LOTS OF COLORED COTTON. LISLE. AND WOOL HOSE. Worth 1 <i m 'J 11. Now Hid. J BLACK LISLE HOSE. I'aney colored stripes. Worth 1 •!. New 11-d. CHILDREN'S HOSE, ALL REDUCED. W dozen CHILDREN'S 0. I. ai;d 2 sizes BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. Won!/ I to I 11. Now 3d pair. p.-» do/.en WHITE FABRIC GLOVES. Long and Shoo Sale prices from lo|d to lit pair. MAKERS' REPAIRS IN KID GLOVES, White aiid Colored: some Lone, inostlv Short. To clear, 1/ per pair. ODD NUMBERS IN COLORED FABRIC GLOVES. To go at 3d per pair. 7 dozen LADIES' UMBRELLAS. Sound. relinMe cloth Saie price, 19. 12 dozen ASSORTED NOVELTY UMBRELLAS. Saie prices, 2/11 to 8 8. o dozen onlv EMBROIDERED SUNSHADES. Now 1/ each. LADIES' I LAND KERCHIEFS. ] lornst itched. 13, 1 9, 9. 11, and 3/11 per dozen. CHILDREN'S PICTURE HANDKERCHIEFS. Sale price, 1/ per dozen. FINE EM BROIDER F.D 11A NDKERGHIEKS. Sale prices, Sid, 7sd each. 12 dozen .V SPECIAL PURCHASE EM MERCERY AND CLOTHING. An pair- MEN'- STRONG SADDLE TWEED TROUSERS. Sit. 2oQ MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS, useful colors, all sizes " 4 11, 511, 611. CO MEN'S RF.ADY-TO-WEAI? SUITS, cood Dnrk L-needs. Salvage prices, 25., 29. ■W) pairs BOYS' KNK K'L'.RS. u !( > 2, 1,3; '■', to ;'\ 1/6; r> ii. '.'. 19; in ••'■> I-. 5/11 per pair. o dozen ROYS' GALATEA BLOUSES. Thrown om .ii Mfdi-pric". Salvage prices, 2/2 to 3 3. •!.'! <\ f) 7ov MEN'S ASSORTED SUMMER SHIRTS. all kind:. Won!, :i 11 to ■( 1». All one price, 2 C each. MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, lo dozen only. 4 11 Quality for 2 11 each. R dozci ROYS' WHITE DRESS SHIRTS. 12} to |.;i ~c,l<s To clear, 1 each. •>o dozen ROYS' WASHING HATS. Worth 1 . Salvage price, e}d. SILK SECTION. [ >oO BROCADES. CHECKS. AND STRIPE SILKS. Worth 2 11 to I ii- Afi tc go at llfd. TUSSORE SILK. Sale prices, 11-Jd, 1/3, 1/11. EXTRA SPECIAL. 20 dozen MEN'S LOUNGE HATS. Originally ?ii to fr<>. K°w 1/117 dozen .MEN'S RUFF HATS, smart colorings, all sizes. Were 711. NOW 4/11. WIDE-END SILK TIES, soL and fancy colorings. Salvage price, sjd or 3 for 1,3. 200 dozen WIDE-ENDS", Rirh All-Silk Goods. 9Jd, 1/, 14, and 1/6. HABERDASHERY. BEAT-ALL HAIRPINS. 3d dozen packets. YERTBEST HAIRPINS. 6d dozen packets. LINEN BUTTONS. 5 cards for S-Jd. LARGE BUNDLE TAPE. 6d. TREASURE SAFETY PIN'S. 2d dozen. WINDMILL SAFETY PINS. 1d card. BOOTLACES. 2ci and 4cl dozen. GRAND HAIR NETS. 1,6, 19 dozen. FEATHERSTITCH BRAID, id, 2d card. SHIRT PEARL BUTTONS, id, 2d, and 4d dozen.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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