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For gleaming tba blood of all Inpßii* tlca from whatever cause ariaing. then U no other msdiolno Just aa good as (luuVi Blood Uixtdrx— that’s why in so many oases of Enema, Bail Lees. Abscesses, Boils, Bores of all kinds. Files, Glandular bwelliae*. Blood Poison, Bheumallsm, Gout, Ac., It bos effected truly remarkable cures irbere all other treatments flay# failed. Zt will do the tame for you. OURES ALL , SKIN & BLOOD DISEASES fif an Chemists and BtorM, FURNITURE SALE! During the Present Month wa are offering Great Values in Furniture. J. Dt’CHESSE CHESTS, 32/6; 7-PIECE SADDLEBAG SUITE, £lO 10/; 9-PIECE CROMWELL SUITE, Moquelto covering, £l7 10/; FUMED OAK SIDEBOARDS from £6 15/; ANTIQUE OAK BEDROOM SUITES, £l2 10/; BEDROOM SUITES, comprising Mirror Door Wardrobe, Duchesse Chest, Waskstand, 3ft Bedstead, “Wire and Flock Mattress, £ll 7/6. PRICES GREATLY REDUCED TO EFFECT A SPEEDY SALE. nmm l - 1 ■am u t wwii k A. WILKINSON, LTD. CORNER KING AND ST. ANDREW STREETS. rV.i I 1 I */ /v' sy y/r. f I £*.- yA::m ajjfe Al i-j i Artliur’s Strong Values in Men’s Summer Shirts. We can unhesitatingly recommend our Shirts to the most particular man, as being In Correct Taste, Dependable in Wear, Carefully Made, and free from those little annoyances which sometimes cause complaint. All tho New Designs and Colors for Summer are represented in Popular Grades, as well as the Higher Class Styles. If you have not yet placed your order for Summer Shirts it will pay you to examine and get Into touch with our faultless-in-styls and easy-fitting Shirts. ALL-SOFT SHIRTS. ■ CLOWEA” TUSSORE, \vith_ White linen neckbands. A strong, medium-weight cloth of a very dose, texture; has a beautiful soft finish. Price, ■•SILKIN'' TUSSORE, with White linen neckbands. A very line weave, hardly distinguishable from silk. An excellent wearing Shirt and a most popular shade of Tussore. Price, 7/6. AERIAL CORD TUSSORE, White linen neckbands. The weave in the material is brought up, showing a hair line effect, this giving the Shirt a very superior finish. Price, 7/6. CHECK-EDGE TUSSORE, made in l-icmon shade. The front pleat and cuffs are edged with Blaek-and-White cheek, giving the Shirts a very smart appearance. Fitted with White linen neckbands. Price. S/6. SILK AND WOOL TUSSORE, White linen neckbands. Slightly warmer than the all-silk, and are exceptionally fine in the weave. Unshrinkable, and a most desirable Summer Shirt. Price. 10/ S. SILK SHIRTS. With Bands or with Collar attached. Made full in hodv and sleeves. All seams double-stitched. "WHITE JAPANESE SILK, imported direct- from Japan. We have every confidence in their giving satisfaction. Price, 12/6. V--6: O to in II He ■wt* WHITE SURAH SILK, with hands or with collar attached. Beautiful Twill Silk of .Japanese manufacture. Price, 15/. JAPANESE TUSSORE SILK. Price. 13/6. JAPANESE PONGEE SILK, with hands only; Tussore shade. Fine-tv./ven long-strand SILL of a most durable strength; never lose their lustre. Price, 15/6. NEGLIGE SHIRTS. “ KEA MO ” SILK AND WOOL.— •■ Koymo ” finish is the liesi- known unshrinkable line' -finish that England produces. With wearers of lino-texture Shirts in tho Homeland •• Keymo " is a favored make. Ibis season we have speciallv imported Shirts of this lovely material in Light Blue and Light Grey shades. They arc as fine as ” allsilk.’ kitted with M Into linen neckbands, A Perfect Shirt for City Gentlemen. Price. 12/6 CHECK NEGLIGE SHIRTS. BLACK-AND-WHITK CHECKS AND BLUE-AND-WHI I E CHECKS., in Scotch J£e;ihyrs-. fitted with White linen neckbands and. mi l. d n;!ilc cuffs. London’s latest styles, am! hovvn here for the first time. Price. 7/6. J. & J. ARTHUR. Ltd. Merchant Tailors and Men’s Mercers. 9 12, 14, 16, and IS George Street. rs 9m Vyl>3 , Jj w/y-i'-dTc: mM IMiJ NSr&VUM i . I mm m v>yJV Pf/l K A m m % ismKeßtasmswszemh.vzjasmsaaimajss Vjm*hZmmJ CYGNIA’ CORSETS (Registers-;!).) The only Corsets (hat have obtained a Ceiiiiscate of Merit from tho institute of Hygiene. Isnulon. Doctors and Nurses throughout the Dominion have recommended Cygnia ” Corsets to their patients. One Cause of Indigestion. Extract from ’Lyttelton Times,’ lfi/314. LONDON. March fio. Dr Fenwick, ot the Institute of Hygiene, slated that It) per cent, of the cases of indigestion are caused' by the organs oi the body slipping downward. Tin; straightfrouted corset has a great advantage over ns predecessors. to vr> I A} iSiiti i m f '&‘A 5Ni s&mS ilte ii * Jit ; iv itm a \wm km mi & rmm jmg Vt ARE BRITISH-MADE, OF BRITISH MATERIALS , BY BRITISH PEOPLE. THE CORSET OF THE MOMENT A Corset that's developing popularity day InBay. The demand for Cygnia " models is a. FACT. NOT A FORECAST. Charming, now models, which surprise the wearer by tho excellent results they achieve in Figure Culture. r m mm fjjs r ml -It 4K* r-m J.r. T F • ■ i.l If •#(ft, h \ r 1 A ML 4 CYGNIA ’ CORSETS Kna!>! stand it, or a I ease. The ’■ Cygnia Corset gives that hack" support which is absolutely necessary la lie- Modern Woman. It coaxes i lie figure into natural beauty lines, and moreover < nsures tin; u-rieet fitting of any Costume. Prices, 10/G, 12, G, 13.6, 15/6, 17 6, 2L, 35 , 47/6, 2i guinea:, 3 guinsds* see magnificent special windov/ display HERBERT , HAYNES & CO. LTD. SOLE AGENTS.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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