From the Glasgow Herald, 11th January 1915.
THE PERFECT LUNCHEON AT THE POLYTECHNIC. DAINTY AFTERNOON TEAS. ORCHESTRAL MUSIC IN THE RESTAURANT LOUIS XVI.
AT JOHN ANDERSON'S ROYAL POLYTECHNIC, LTD., A GREAT CHANCE TO BUY COMFORTS FOR OUR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS,
LADY FRENCH APPEALS FOR FIFTY THOUSAND (50,000) KNITTED MUFFLERS FOR OUR BRAVE SOLDIERS.
THEY ARE WANTED AT ONCE.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING SPECIAL DELIVERIES:--
KHAKI OR NAVY KNITTED WOOL MUFFLERS, suitable for Soldiers or Sailors. Special keen prices, 1s 11½d each, 33s per Dozen.
THE FAVOURITE MUFFLER AND CAP COMBINED, in Khaki or Navy Blue. Special keen prices, 1s 9½d each, 21s per dozen.
WARM CARDIGAN JACKETS. Special keen prices, 6s 11d, 9s 11d, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, and 15s 6d.
ARMY BODY BELTS. Special keen prices, 1s 9½d and 2s each, 21s and 23s per dozen.
KHAKI OR ARMY GREY SHIRTS, regulation makes. Special keen prices, 2s 11½d, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, 5s 6d, and 6s 6d each.
KHAKI OR NAVY MITTS. Special keen prices, 1s and 1s 6d per pair.
WARM FLEECY SEMMITS AND PANTS. Special keen prices, 2s 6d and 2s 11½d each.
SPECIAL VALUES IN ARMY SOCKS at 1s, 1s 3½d, 1s 6½d per Pair; 11s 6d, 14s 6d, 17s 6d per Dozen.
[I don't know whether any of the items listed were hand-knitted, but I think the ad would have said so if they were. Hand-knitted garments would be sold at a premium price - hand-knitted socks in particular were often claimed to be better than the machine knitted variety.
For clarification of the cryptic figures like 1s 11½d, see my earlier note on prices.]