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/f'T?Tf ]SJ The Store closes at o'clock on Wednes■*-' y days. The New West Entrance Store is open till 2.30

/f'T?Tf ]SJ The Store closes at o'clock on Wednes■*-' y days. The New West Entrance Store is open till 2.30

for Luncheon and lea nI ''r " Room Service. FIFTY WARM WINTER COATS In a Special Disposal—a Timely Opportunity Here they are, just when a woman feels the necessity for a cosy cover-all Coat to protect her against the biting cold of these wintry days. Some we secured from a maker
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Clearance Purchase GIRLS' AND MAIDS' Winter Coats Note the money-saving prices. Every garment new and fresh. Girls' Cosy Coats. Two

Clearance Purchase GIRLS' AND MAIDS' Winter Coats Note the money-saving prices. Every garment new and fresh. Girls' Cosy Coats. Two

Remarkable Ranges, Newest Shapes, in every good colour that ' fashionable to-day, these J reduced clearing prices. Tweeds, a Serges, and Curl Cloth. 27 30 36 39 4/11 5/11 6/11 7/11 (2) 8/11 10/6 11/9 12/11 A Big ChO'ce line qualities a ' greatly reduced. Maids' Long Coats. A Big
19 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
A GENEROUS OFFER.

A GENEROUS OFFER.

practical and interesting of; offers made by private firms * T ith the war is that made the %. 4 i, .°f Hal.'B Wine. They are sena- s ' ze bottle of Hall's Wine, free of r 1, [. % invalided soldier or sailor who ' and, needless to say, so genehas not gone begging. vy, j, 1 s Yy
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE BELGIAN KILLED AND WOUNDED.

THE BELGIAN KILLED AND WOUNDED.

Speaking at a civic reception to Belgian refugees at Birmingham, the Right Rev. Monseigneur de Wachter, Bishop-Auxiliary of Malim>B, said he was proud at this moment to be Belgian. The contest in which his country had been engaged was that of dwarf against a giant. They did what
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FATAL FALL ABOARD SHIP.

FATAL FALL ABOARD SHIP.

John Hamilton Marshall (50), a labourer, of 7 Water Street, West Hartlepool, died at the Cameron Hospital as the result of injuries. He had gone aboard the s.s. North Western Miller, which is at present undergoing repairs at West Hartlepool, in order to light the lamps, and it i
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUTCH HEIRESS' ELOPEMENT.

DUTCH HEIRESS' ELOPEMENT.

RUNAWAY COUPLE BELIEVED To Be Hiding in London. The eloping Dutch heiress, Miss Marie Caroline Dinet, aged nineteen, and her schoolmaster, Cornelius Eduard van Heyningen, aged forty-four, are believed to be in hiding London. Mr Antonio d'Ancona, the girl's uncle, who is at prese
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FROM THE FRONT.

FROM THE FRONT.

"GOADED ON BY OFFICERS." German Soldiers Who Were Sick ot the War. Lance-Corporal VVm. Crone, the Ist Gordons, has returned to Dalbeattie to recover 1 from an injury to his hand sustained at La Bassee. He rejoined his regiment just after | the retreat from Mons, and was one of t
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
LOST SEAPLANE ON WAY TO CONTINENT.

LOST SEAPLANE ON WAY TO CONTINENT.

Our picture of Flight Lieutenant Charles Francis Beevor. He drinking from bottle in one of the aviation oainps the Continent. left East Church with Lord Annoaley a passenger to fly abroad, and not since been heard of-
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
DUTCH IN ORANGE FREE STATE

DUTCH IN ORANGE FREE STATE

Denounce Rebellion. Maritz's Treachery Disowned by Family. Capo Town, The inhabitants of Edenburg an ra important Dutch centre Free State, have adopted a . Q Qpd strongly disapproving of _ the it. | promising their support in suppi" 06 * A telegram from Newcastle, ' mass meeting
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
STOLEN LETTER' Exciting Ghase of DarinS A darine robbery of mails r re? eS ter :1 delivery van was effected

STOLEN LETTER' Exciting Ghase of DarinS A darine robbery of mails r re? eS ter :1 delivery van was effected

in M a ° business quarter of the city. I fl ' ri Just before eight o'clock in fl^, postman engaged on the f * unlivery, which necessitated t!ie ,\L r er ' hand van, in many cases 0 , d ' siderable bundles of letters hi' left the van for a few ?a> 1 livery in a Buite of °® ce? an
12 November 1914 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland