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NEVER WITHOUT THEM. ' : Yor yean I suffered with indigestion and constipation," says Mr \V. P." Dunstan. Menzk's, W.A. "I tried dozens of medicines, but obtained no relief. Hearing my customers speak so highly of Chamberlain's Tablets I §r:ivo them a trial. After only a fov/ my health was greatly improved, and after a course I was completely relieved of both complaints/'—[Atlvt.]

Tailors* Launderers, Heat your It's far moro effective than existing methods, and ever bo much cheaper. The saving effected will soon pay for its initial cost. In this Automatic Hearer there 'j,to separate compartments, Tvith falling doors for the irons. The closing .of the door when putting tho iron in place automatically lights the ■ gas from a pilot light, while the opening of the door for the removal of tho iron shuts the gas off. Thus thero is no waste, no unnecessary consumption of gas, which can only bo burned while the iron is in position for heating. Call and inspect. All wide-awake tailors are installing them. Values In Summer i <W>j ;^^''"^^ SJES^^2!?ii We can unhesitatingly recommend our Shirts to s the most particular man, as being In Correct Tasta, s Dependable In Wear, Carefully Mscio, and free from I those littlß annoyanceo which scmotimes cause if complaint. jj All the Now Designs and Colors for Sturdier are | represented In Popuiar Crailss, as well as tho I Higher Class Stylos. | If you have not yot p'scid your order for Summer | Shirts It will pay you to "xci»iir:3 and into touch | with our faultless-fn-styfo and easy-fitting Shirts. H ALL-SOFT SHIRTS. "CLOWEA" TUSSORE, with White linen neckbands. A strong, medium-weight cloth of a very close texture; has a beautiful soft finish. Price, 6/8. "SILKTN" TUSSORE, with White linen nockbands. A very fine 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, 7/8. CHECK-EDGE TUSSORE, mado in I*mon shade. The front pleat and cuffs are edged with Black-and-White check, giving the Shirts a very smart appearance. Fitted with White linen neckbands. Price, 6/8. SILK AND WOOL TUSSORE, White linen neckbands. Slightly wanner than the all-silk, and are exceptionally fine in the weave. Unshrinkable, and a most desirable Summer Shirt. Price, 10/6. SILK SHIRTS. With Bands or with Collar attached. Made full in body and sleeves. All seams double-stitched. WHITE JAPANESE SILK, imported direct from Japan. We have every confidence in their giving satisfaction. Price, 12/8. WHITE SUR.AII SILK, with bands or with collar attiit'iied. Bi-autiful Twill Silk of Japanese) manufacture. Price, 15/. JAPANESE TUSSORE SILK. Price, 13/6. JAPANESE PONGEE SILK, with bands only; Tussore shade. Fine-woven h;ny-ytr;ind Silk of a most durable strength; never lose their lustre. Price, 10/8. NECLIGE SH-SRTS. "KEY3IO " SILK AND WOOL,— " Keymo " finish is the best-known unshrinkable fine finish that England produces. With wearers of fine-texturo Shirts in the Homeland " Keymo " is a favored make. This season we have specially imported Shirts of this lovely material in Light.Blue and Light Grey shades. They are as fine as " allsilk." Fitted with White linen neckbands. A Perfect Shirt for City Gentlemen. Price, 12/6 each. CHECK NECLICE SKIRTS. BLACK-AND-WHITE CHECKS AND ELUE-AND-WHITE CHECKS, in Scotch Zephyrs, fitted with White linen neckbands and soft double cuffs. London's latest styles, and shown here for tho first time. Price, 7/8. Merchant Tailors and Men's Mercers. iviWJATI 12, 14, 16, and 13 George Street. }Z?:X*r*J&"W<r : \' SSS.; Bii^ip^^ip

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914

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