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“He was always too proud,’ He lias swallowed his pride." “ What has happened to him?" .‘‘He’s busted. He aiight have known if h® ® vel svra pride it would bust him

Mot sometimes Bennington** Irish Moss dees not depend upon “die early slages ’ c( a cold lo effect itscure. Ady-rced«oii«bi colds in adu'ls oi children yield V eomeilmcs, but always to Bmn.nstur. t • Get <■ bottle NOW he si te in Bonn de'oh’il Two sues- get the Uxge bottle. R.iuie imitations. *3 LANE’S EMULSION is Nature - bottled. Good for Summer Colds. 2/6 and 4/6. All Chemists. Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, and Lumbago are due to the presence ot excels Uric Acid m your system.. How can you hope liniments and embrocations to euro you? Aon must expel the Uric Acid poison from the blood, and RHEUMO will do it. All chemists and stores, 2s 6d and 4s 6d. Mr. Georgs Stiller. Friends of the energetic bnsn.els manager for Geo. Willoughby, Ltd., cannot help but rmfhc a great improvement of late in Mr. Bullets healtli and general appearance. For years he has suffered from bronchial trouble ; but Fluenzoi, he says, has done wonders for him. Several members of the dramatic organisations under Mr. Buffer's pilotage, such as Mr. George Cross, Mr. Albert and others, are also very enthusiastic in their praise of Fluenzoi not only as a throat gargle but also as a specific for i Influenza. Gargle in teaspoonful doses j undiluted. 1/6 and 2/6. U* |

Country Visitors! Buy Xmas Gifts Now! for Ladies. Bangles, Bmoches, Rings, Necklaces, Toilet Requisites, Silver-backed Hair Brushes, Mirrors, Combs, Trinket Boxes, Smelling Salts Bottles, Hairpin Boxes, Shoe Lifts, Etc., ©to. Our SPECIAL CHRISTMAS STOCK is now complete. At no other time will you be able to choose from such an elaborate range of HIGH-CLASS JEWELLERY AND PLATE. Many of the lines are exclusive, while in every instance Quality and Value are combined. For Variety, Excellence of Quality, Beauty of Design, Good Value, our.Stock is not to bo surpassed. Dawsons Limited, Cor. Princes St. and Moray Place. for Gentlemen. Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Tobacco Pouches, Matchboxes, Sleeve Links, Stud Boxes, Hair Brushes, Shaving Outfits, Walking Sticks, Tie Pi ns, Sovereign Cases, Etc., etc. For 50/ you can have a Smart Made-to-Measure Suit ready for Christmas! .“Better to Tie dead than out of fashion,” said Bean Bnnnmel who in his time was admittedly the best-dressed man in London. It js-pretty much the same to-day. The man who does not keep up with the times in ms appearance is often socially considered of no account The wise man need have no fear in this direction if he is clothed in one of our Made-to-Moasure Suits. ihese Famous Suits arc cut in the Fashionable Styles and made for permanent wear, SO that they will retain their Shapeliness and Smart Appearance. I 1 or 50 1 we will make to measure a Suit similar in Style tp too Illustration, or in any other model which you may prefer. 100 patterns £nr ££ stods to choose from. BOOK YOUR ORDERS NOW AND 10U MILL BE IN PLENTY OF TIME FOR CHRISTMAS ! SO/-! SO/-! Men’s Mercery Bargains! The kind of money-saving opportunities that make the “Men’s Department” at the “ D.S.A. ” a favorite shopping place with the male sejc. BARGAIN LOT.I MEN’S ZEPHYR, CAMBRIC. AND OXFORD SHIRTS, assorted, all good Cloths, pretty designs; soft neckband and cuffs. Sizes li to 16*. Worth 8/6 to 6/6. For 2/11. TEMPTING VALUES IN GENTS’ MERINO SINGLETS AND PANTS 1 Strongly made, properly fashioned, will not shrink ; can’t be beat for actual hard wear. 2/6, 9/11, 3/fl. MEN’S HEAVY COLONIAL SOX, plain or ribbed; in Greys, Black, and Heathers; pure wool, comfortable, and lasting in wear. 1/, 1/3, 1/8. 30 dozen GENTS’ SOFT FELT HATS, bow at back or side. The popular Hat of to-day; smart and dressy; in Green, Brown/ Grey, and Blank. Worth 4/6 to 7/6. All one price, 3/11. Drapery Supply Assocn. (Clothing Dept.) GEORGE STREET.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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