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IN ENDLESS VARIETY AT CORNER PRINCES AND DOWLINC STREETS. All the Newest Patterns from London are now being shown. They comprise the Very Latest in Gold, Silver, and Gunmetal. Some are fitted with. Expanding Bracelets and others with Leather Straps. m •rm gjt'feli* ;«"-:«&ifi ■^m r-'r> &ost;*o?i. mam ijj-j'j-'lWij *»M*"i f- ; /_ Ml The illustration shows a Dainty New Design just to hand m from our Loudon House. The case is Sterling Silver, prettily enamelled in a delicate shade of Blue—and it is a Reliable m Timekeeper. SPECIAL ERICE, 21/-. fJN m wmmmm Every toe should be as straight as your fingers. Darn© Nature never did intend that your toes should bo twisted 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 Boot-making ha* been brought down to an cxaot science, for any person to wear ill-fitting or uncomfortable boots or shoes. When next buying Footwear, como to ns, as we thoroughly understand tho anatomy of the foot. Come to a Firm carrying a largo 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 prov© our ability to suit you? The Footwear Specialists, 22-24 Princes Street. SKILFUL REPAIRING K«fip« the Boot Bill Down. Try Ours.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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