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PRAPERY, CI.OTHIKQ. Etc I THE A 1 STORY] 1 "TWO STEEPLES" \ !E OF THE E I "TWO STEEPLES" j I » I t THE TRADE The P rei P village o! Wigston, in Lei- = MKDIf cestershire, possesses two churches : ; z fIfIAKK. and a factory. Seen from one of the = ; green fields outside the village, the : j = factory stands just between the two steeples. This fac= = i E tory is the home of the famous brand of underwear 5 i E known all over the world as "Two Steeples." ; I UNSHRINKABLE In 1895 after elaborate expert- jj E uuncDiucAD ments, the makers produced an 3 iz UNDERWEAR. all=wool garment that would not 52 £ shrink. Those who bought it 53 I quickly found it all that it was claimed to be—and more. p3 They found that it would withstand extremely hard 3 =IT U/ITUQTRMHQ wear. \t retained its soft 3 IS !.. JI 1 'J!?.™ 111,5 elastic freshness untilthe end 3 E HARD WEAR o< its days. They were de- 3 r lighted with it; they told their = : friends about it, and the fame of "Two Steeples" Un= jj jj shrinkable Underwear spread with amazing rapidity. = = AIM "Two Steeples" is the premier Un» = t " p "°' HIIU shrinkable Underwear. First in 1895, = it BEST. and to=day it is still universally re- z garded as the finest brand of under- : t. wear in the world. E E *.. m *»miitiiu Only the best yarns are used : g Tf{USTWOHTHY, in the manufacture of "Two | ■r Steeples ,, Underwear. It is this that makes it so delight* : ::' fully comfortable and absolutely trustworthy. : r D ||w IT When next you buy underwear, buy "Two ■ E BUY IT. Steeples," and when you get it in actual : r. wear, you will join the ranks of the enthusiastic thou» : I sands who "won't buy any other." \ £ FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN, AND CHILDREN. ! I SMITH 8 CAIIGHEY, «-* B SOLE AGENTS FOR RCeKLANO. I Well Dressed Women find that it pays To buy the Best. TRUE ECONOMY consists, not in buying the lowest priced article, but in securing the best Value for money. Our Season's Shipments comprise all the Latest Styles. SMART MILLINERY HIGH-CLASS COSTUMES BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOOI I WATCH OUR WINDOWS WALK THROUGH OUR SHOWROOMS and you will see goods that interest you, marked in plain figures at prices that prove conclusively that \ Value is our MOTTO Direct £ompany

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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