Lukes, Dagge & Co Dry Goods Importer (Toronto) - Advertising trade card (early 1900's)

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Nice image of boy playing with rim and dog chasing him. Location in downtown Toronto.

       LUKES, DAGGE & CO.
         Dry Good Importers
116 Yonge Street, Corner Adelaide


Blank back.

7 x 11 cm


Lukes, Dagge & Co., dry-goods merchants, corner of Yonge and Adelaide Streets. The business was established in 1882, the firm having taken up the stock of ]. W. Gale & Co. They deal in dress goods, silks, velvets, laces, staple and fancy goods, and make a specialty of gents furnishings and ordered shirts. The store has a frontage of 25 x 200 feet, and is four stories high. Mr. Lukes is of English birth and came to Canada in 1869. Mr. Dagge is a native of Ireland and came to Canada in 1866.