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SALE of the City © The Summer Fa Expecting Great Values and receiving Great Values, Thousands of Dunedin Ladies have thronged our Establishment since the Sale commenced, buying largely and leaving more than satisfied. One Gentleman remarked as ho witnessed the constant stream of charm-ingly-dressed Customers; “Why, this is a perfect Fair!”—lds recollections going back to the cram and crowd at the Old Country Fairs of his boyhood’s days. And indeed there lias been a bustle, and yet these days are just as busy as the first few. Ladies do wait for the “ D.S.A.” Fair. The Goods are so Clean and Fresh, so Fashionable and Up to Date, and so Entirely Reliable; then tho Premises are so Comfortable to shop in, the Staff of Assistants so Courteous, and, best of all, the Bargains so Real and Big, that there’s no resisting the spoil of the “Dunedin Fair”! Now, we invite those who have not yet visited this Great Bargain Festival to do so as soon as convenient. A courteous welcome awaits you, ©von should vour visit be ono of inspection only. Drapery Supply Association , Ltd. Some of the Stupendous Bargains in Ladies’ Summer Apparel! All Fresh and Inviting Tremendous Savings on ©very Line I lOin TERRY TOWELLING CLOTH, for Dresses: in 'White, Pink, Light Blue, Grey, Tango, and Lime. Usual price, 2/11. Now' 1/0. 2Sin STRIPED RADIANTA, unshrinkable, for Blouses and Pyjamas, etc. ; Cream grounds. Usually 1/3. Sale price, 6Jd per yard. DOUBLE-W T IDTH FLORAL VOILES, figures on best-make White grounds. Were 2/8. Sale price, 1/0. PILLOW-CASES, Plain, of good Calico, mad© by ourselves. Going at 1/ pair. FANCY STRIPED AND BROCADED COAT LININGS, 40in wide; odd colors. Were 1/3 and 1/6. Sale price, 6|d. STRIPED HARVARD SHIRTINGS, useful quality. Reduced to 34tf yard. SPECIAL TRIUMPH TWILL SHIRTINGS, 72iu wide. A First-class Quality! Extra heavy, pure make. Sal© price, 1/4J yard. £0 > pieces CURTAIN NETS, by the yard, for Long Curtains, with double border; in White and Ecru. Latest patterns and good quality Nets. Worth 1/3, 1/6, and 1/9. Sale prices, 10|d, 1/o|, and 1/3. 500 CURTAIN ENDS each. Jobbing off at 9d and 1/ Special Bargains in Highclass Dress Materials! 4 pi -- - Costumes; 58in wide; in Dove Grey, Mid Grey, Fawn, and Puttv. Four yards to Costume. Wet© B’ll yard. Clearing price, 2/11 yard. BALANCE OF SEMI-TRIMMED HATS, in Tagal, Chip, Floral, Ninon, and Ribbon. Clearing at 1/8, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11. LADIES’ TRIMMED TOQUES AND HATS, Fresh and Smart! Clearing at 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, 6/8, 7/6, 10/8. MATRONS’ BLACK HATS AND BONNETS, charming modes. Much reduced in price. THE LARGEST FLOWER SHOW IN THE CITY! BEAUTIFUL FRESH FLOWERS at 3d, 6d, and 1/ spray. STILL PLENTY OF SMART WASHING FROCKS! Zephyr, Cambric, Crepe, etc. A splendid lot. Clearing at 3/11, 5/6, 6/11, 3.11 each. VOILE DRESSES, all Printed, or Floral and Plain. Wore 26/ to 35/. Clearing at 10/6 and 12/6. WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES, best styles and qualities; Coatee shape, with sash, or Sports Coat shape. Usually 29/6 and 30/6. To bo cleared at 17/6 and 22/3. COMBINATION COSTUMES, in Sponge Cloth, White and Colored; Coatee shape, with sash. Wore 25/ to 29/6. Clearing at 10/3 and 12/6. HUNDREDS OF TWEED COSTUMES 1 Clearing at 10/6, 21/, 25/—juat a fraction of the ordinary prices. SILK-LINED COLONIAL TWEED COSTUMES. All reduced to the ono price, 29/6. Lovely and most desirable. NAVY BLUE PETONB COATING COSTUMES. Worth £4 to £5. Now less thhn Half-price I 39/6 and 49/3. THOUSANDS OF BLOUSES! White Embroidered Muslin, Embroidered Voile, White Pique, and Striped Zephyr. All latest shapes; mostly low Gibson collars. Clearing prices, 1/11}, 2/8, 2/11, 3/6. THOUSANDS OF SILK, LACE, AND NINON BLOUSES—White, Black, and Colors. Clearing at from 5/6 to 10/6 each. 150 TWEED SKIRTS, latest styles, high waists; in Shepherd Checks, Broken Checks, and Plain Tweeds. For 6/11 and 8/11. Worth up to 21/. STILL PLENTY OF WARNER’S DRAB OR WHITE 8/6 CORSETS for 3/6. Only sizes 19 to 26. Sale f Another List of Big Bargains in Goods that are Bright and that appeals to Ladies 9 Taste ! iMßßMMMßggßßiaßßggamgMßßgaaaaßfflaßaaESZ^aa Fine Bargains for the Children! CHILDREN’S WHITE NAINSOOK DRESSES, profusely trimmed embroidery; sizes 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 inches. Reduced all round to 2/6. BALANCE OP STOCK WHITE MUSLIN AND PIQUE HATS AND BONNETS. Clearing at from 1/6 to 2/11. PETER PAN LINEN HATS, in Saxe, Tussore, and Navy. Sale price, 8d each. Some of the Ruthless Sacrifices at the Fancy Counter I Three Special Bargains in Ladies Neckwear! 10 dozen LACE FICHUS—White, Cream, Paris. Suitable for Costumes and Dresses. Were 2/6 to 3/11. Special Sale price, 1/8. LOT LADIES’ LOVELY FRINGED SILK LACE SCARVES, Ivory. AVer© 6/11 to 8/6, Sal© price, 4/11. 12 dozen SUNSHINE COLLARS—PopIin, Pique, Muslin, Plain; also colored borders and embroidered. Clearing at Extraordinary Prices for Kid Gloves! LOT LADIES’ BLACK SUEDE GLOVES, with three domes, Pique sewn, Reindeer points. AVer© 5/6. Now only 3/11. LOT ELBOW-LENGTH KID GLOVES, with two. domes; Brown, Tan, Grey; sizes 6to 6s, AVer© 5,6. Now- 3/11. Ladies’ Hose! 50 dozen LADIES’ PLAIN ALL-WOOL HOSE. The famous “ Wolsoy ” and “Redwing’’ brands. Including Cashmere, Llama, and Indiana Wools, Offered to clear at 2/3 per pair. Ladies’ and Girls’ Belts! LOT IMITATION PATENT LEATHER BELTS— White, Navy, Brown, Grey. Going at Stl each or 3 for 1/. LOT PATENT AND SUEDE LEATHER BELTS. Usually 1 1 to 1/11. Now, your choice for 6d, Men’s and Boys’ Bargains Here’s a Few of Them! MEN’S DRAB RAINPROOF TWILL COATS, 35/ and 40/ qualities. Clearing now at 23/8. All sizes. YOUTHS’ STRIPED FAAVN RAINPROOF COATS, all sizes. Were 21/ to 25/. Reduced to 12/11. BOYS’ STRIPED PETONE TWEED NORFOLK SUITS, fit Boys 7to 16 years of ago. A complete clearance. AU at 12 /6 Suit. MEN’S MADE-TO-MEASURE SHITS. Usual figures, 50/ and 60/. Fine qualities Tweeds. Will bo supplied for 45/ during the Fair. MEN’S CRIMEAN SHIRTS, with bands or collars attached. Worth 6/11. Going at 3/6. MEN’S STRAW BOATERS, also suitable for Girls. 6/G quality for 3/6. Assocn., Ltd, 10S Fresh “the kind i I m SPECIAL PURCHASE OF OVER TWO THOUSAND MEN’S SHIRTS AT ABOUT HALFPRICE! HUNDREDS OF MEN’S SOFT SHIRTS, in Ceylon and Zephyr. Jobbing off at 1/1 each. HUNDREDS OF STRIPED NEGLIGE SHIRTS. Worth 4/6 for 2/8, and 5/6 qualities for 3/8. «DURO-DYE ” FAST COLOR WARRANTED STRIPED SHIRTS, lovely high-class designs. Clearing at 3/8 each. WORKING SHIRTS, with collars attached, _in splendid quality Drill and Harvard. Sal© price, 2/11. Drapery Supply 107-109-111-113 and 115 GEORGE STREET. Branch at South Dunedin. s'-;?

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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