Colonel Wolridge Gordon. Commandant of the Depot, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Stirling Castle, has received a letter from an officer attached to the staff of Sir John French, stating that the Commandcr-in-Chief personally complimented the 2nd Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (the old 93rd) on their performance in the battle of Le Cateau. This has been engrossed in the depot orders. Want a tobacco expressive of the coolness of the broad Scotch iroore—the sweetness of a wee bit heather P Then try BONNIE BOON. Scotsmen smoke it everywhere. Get it to-day.—TAdvt.]
Avoid the Christmas Rush! Select Your Gift Early! 5T Within the next few days we will bo exceptionally busy serving our Customers with Christinas Gifts. We therefore advise early shopping. Wo can attend to you any time you call. Choice New Shipments of High-Grade Jewellery. IT Choice lots of Rings, Bangles, Brooches, Necklaces, Pendants have just arrived; also an exclusive range of Enamel Jewellery and Doulton Pottery, together with a host of Silver Novelties for Ladies and Gentlemen. Owing to favorable conditions for buying, prices are much lower than those asked elsewhere. •J Twelve Windows, each displaying different lines suitable for Gifts. Even if wo had twenty-four more we couldn’t adequately display all the lines we have to show you. Dawsons Limited Corner Princes Street and Moray Place Suitable, Sensible, and Seasonable Christmas Gifts for Men! GENTS’ NEGLIGE SHIRTS, soft cuffs and band; in pretty Striped Reps and Cambrics. New Drab and Tussore-colored Poplins. 3/11, 4/6, 8/6. GENTS’ WHITE SILK SHIRTS, rich quality, beautifully finished. A sensible gift! 10/6 each. GENTS’ TUSSORE SILK SHIRTS, superb quality, very dressy. 11/6 each. GENTS’ PYJAMAS, In CayloUr ese, Superior Winceys, ana Oey lon Flannels; pretty blended stripes. 4/11, 7/11, io/a. GENT’S’ UMBRELLAS, plain or ? liver-mounted handles, strong rames, covered with highstandard durable cloths. A useful gift! 6/8, 7/6, 10/6 to 25/. Gents’ Silkin Initial HANDKERCHIEFS. Ato Z. 1/ each. Selecting a Gift for a Man is, though a pleasant, not always an easy task. A visit to our Men’s Department will help to make it much less difficult. We are showing a large selection of Useful Things, that look well, and are likely, by the excellent service they afford, to arouse kind thoughts of the giver. You are invited to call! GENTS’ OASES, in Brown Leatherette, or Fibre, covered with Green Canvas. An essential travelling requisite for the holidays; 23in to 28in, 9/6 to 17/e. TRAVELLING RUGS, best Colonial makes, All Wool; beautiful patterns. A welcome Christmas gift! 16/0. Gents’ BRACES, heavy or light fittings, strong elastic webbing. 1/, 1/6, 2/6, 3/6. GENTS’ TlES.—Special Purchase. 800 dozen Gents’ Silk and Poplin Wide-end Ties; superb qualities, chaste designs, huge variety. 1/ and 1/1 each. Gents’ Colored Silk HANDKERCHIEFS, rich quality; Brown, Navy, Green, and Grey, with “Trilby” pattern in comers. A nice present. 3/11 each. Gents’ White Silk HANDKERCHIEFS, Plain or Initial. Always m demand at Christmas time. 2/6, 2/11, 3/6. Gents’ Irish Linen HANDKERCHIEFS, grass-bleaohed, fine quality, 4/6, 8/6, 8/8 per halfdozen. Gents’ Hemstitched ditto. 2/9, 4/6, 6/6 to 11/6 per half-dozen. Gents’ White Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS, 8 for 1/ and 8 for 1/6. Drapery Supply Assocn., Ltd. Men*. Dap.rtm.nt, GEORGE STREET.
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