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New Soft FELT ...... ■ - 0 HATS for Men's Suipmer Wearing. Made in Great Britain for the Great British People! 'WMmMm, Mmmmm €£g%-vfz^-^ ™wmA\ 'mmm w<mz&£<,. ggISSI Fur —Novel Shapes—Light Well Ventilated. RUFF SOFT FELTS. As shown above. A favorite style with Young Men. Colors— Grey, Bronze, Clay, Black, and the following shades of Brown, which is the popular color: Seal Brown, Nut Brown, and Chocolate. Prices l 12/6, 15/, 17/6, 21/. SEMI-RUFF SOFT FELTS. Llama finish, turned-over edge, flat set brim. Colors—Dark • Brown, Rembrandt, Nut Brown, Bronze, Kediz, Neptune, Slate. 10/6. Smooth Soft Felts. A Very Dressy and Comfortable Hat. Plain turned-up edge: Colors—Nut Brown, Grey, Maschio, and Bronze. 10/8. The City Man's Soft Felt. THE PRINCEPS. Small, smart shape, with full curled brim. Colors—Mole, Brown, and Gamck. 10/6. J. & J. Arthur, Merchant Tailors and Men's Mercers, 12, 14, 16 and 18 . . George Street. ,#?H New E have opened ex s.s. Opawa and Corinthic all the Latest Novelties m wear. Weinvite inspection of CHRISTY'S Hard an.l Soft FELT HATS in the Latest SHAPES, also the NEWEST in STRAWS Our Stock is replete with the MOST gP-TO-DATE NECKWEAR, Ottr goods Look Well, Fit Well, and Wear Well. TAYLOR'S CIIY HATONEUM, IBS Rattray Street. M SINGERS ABE LOUD IN THEIK PKAISK OF BENJAMIN GUM N '.Fhoy say it is n Wonderfully r-A QtnVl< aild Thorough Cure for If'jyi SORE AND INFLAMED iwJm THROATS, COUGHS, AND ;JP*! CCLDS, Etc. f~*~v (.'('Job aif\ <jv 3»-fv»]ont nt (his wnson, V 1 .ut u l-olllcof ' lii-:>JA*.is Gum : ' will r t'ocii cKui lLimuwiiy, ]t'& nice to take! •y% 11! UK 1/6 11 li IC'J'U.K. JfL™ SS^^J^K««^^^^S«*«»««S^^^ Study the Anatomy of Your Feet! Every toe should be as straight as your fingers. Dame Nature never did intend that your toes should be twisfed or contorted; if they are, it is only because you have worn boots either too small or unsuited to the shape of your feet. At any rate, there is no need in these days, when Bootmaking has been brought down to an exact science, for any person to wear ill-fitting or uncomfortable bootfl or shoes. When next buying Footwear, come to us, as we thoroughly understand the anatomy of the foot. Come to a Firm carrying a large range of sizes, different fittings, and styles. We claim to be in* the front rank of Footwear Retailers. May we expect a visit from you soon, when we can prove our ability to suit you? W. Harris The Footwear Specialists, -22-24 Princes Street. » SKILFUL REPAIRINC Keeps the Boot Bill Down. Try Ours.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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