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m tsi H i 1: n A “MARVEL in CHAIRS! In CRETONNE, as Illustrated, 32/6 Q In Beautiful Unfadafcle TAPESTRIES, 39/6 'N The “ Marvel ” Chair makes a suitable Gift for a Bride, the Graduate, the Engaged Girl, the Man cr Woman having a Birthday, the one celebrating an Anniversary, or just as an any-limo Good-will Gift, especially at this time of the Year. MMMBIMM—MmmMM WBPWIHWI If II ■ lIU & m m >x mx m yah 1:-W W0 krssS ill I i NOTE THE PRICE & t (. ■ ■!) H ') V> U '/ 4 i| I O'--::* Antiseptic Endorsed by Hygienic. Medical To be used DUSTLESS DUSTER Societies wherever “Hi and Health Dust lies. 1 / each. Boards. WHAT IT IS. A Oust Cloth Chemically Treated to absorb dust, win not scatter it. The particles of dust are retained in tho cloth until washed cut with warm water and soap. WHAT IT DOES. Dusts FusrAure, Pictures—ln fast, ail surfaces—Cleans rebates, Men’s Hats, Shoes, etc., Polishes all kinds of Woodwork, Glassware, Metal and Leather Goods; soft and harmless to the ißcst deflate SKk cr Velvet. B B DUCTLESS BROOM COVER 1/9. BB DUSTLESS MOPS, No. 1, with 4ft Handle 4/6. S5 ~ Mo. 3, with 4ft Handle 5/3, ~ Mo. 11, with 4ft Handle 7/6. Ho. 14, Wall duster - 5/3. Mo., 5, FLOOD POLISHER S/G. B B BRSC-A«SRAC, No, 6, with Handle 1/0. Ho. S, with Handle 2/11, THESE ARE TO BE HAD ONLY AT I fr» I yLilijOll f i ra«. s ,.w LIMITED. \\> have* made Special Arrangements for a continuous Supply of the Lntr-,t War Photos., direct from the Front, which will be shown in our Windows alter each mail. t>.l s-A-r V.-5-/-W Xi&> v ‘sft<fcS m tj«La^sLaßajrcaaawajt«acpa»n^gmgßa»B , j3BewntmtqßgaagißCßJWJtt»MggTOigiaapa»»Vna , *if t fnai n u e> ,jio fl BV i rei I : i S :k n Ur TB MOSGIEL rX, At RITCHIE’S "<>>. /' ?v, W"' \&i x \U Rosa Ruwls, Jiinlinior.-s, Terra-cni fa Busts ami StntucUi’S, ( V>.'ilslllin 11 'V - re. in \s oto,. E.l’. War.', in ' ~>v loapots, jollies, h;n urn dh 1 —r-- MS® c;r., etc.. Thermos Flaslir. _f.f -.l'-j iKfaiu.’r-, Tumblers. ole., , ’- jPI (V. fiery in cases, Salad Bowls, .'./■ ’V'T- I>; • . i Plan s, I >i.;;t■ r /Xf/A M. To;i Sets. Taney (looks spection un ited. JOW*T*/r , I IJFE 9 ?Q AA K A li A J£ r *n m 3 F* Ue> fhe Rug which Commercial and other Experienced Travellers deem indispensable! MOSGIEL RUGS afford Comfort, Warmth, and Luxurious Kase under the most varied conditions. . . Sold at nil tho 13 e » t Shops. / oj* c* NEA R CC 7 A CON. v'KZJUi. .su-v is-grr, .rsixyzrrr - r Vlf-ITOH ki: D U.'JJIN - I Wt ,! O AN Qvd i<L ■H; " ' I nL fa &. y © /*>> ,1. $/ -W-'- Cw . '£^x.TC^rrr^=s«rar:ai2^3Kss^£ar> cipwres tJUiIIS mmm ' "iM 57 New Soft Felt Hats. RUFF SOFT FELTS. A f.avorim stylo with Young IMou. Cu!u:.v-Grrv ■, B.'.jnzo, Clay, J'ilack, ami the lollowing shades of Ilaiwn, which is the popular ASHor: Seal Brown. Xut Brown, ancFL’hocolate, Brices, 12-6, IS/, 17,6, 21/. SPORTS COLTS, .'-■ nits. Splcndii.l ;/3 , ::2 ; gF 1.-n-t. .’.-ear's fa;.limn. Brawn. Crey, . ffc, CO , C 575,. liiiiiar :n style to those- supplied with tho above if ii.oljd.t_'.-. Four pan hj j/oci-.'-t.-. 23/, 27/6, s'; CH ° «! simme? Atairfrs Popular All - Soft T\T 3 fTp* :"fk b// A. m w. YM mxmMM w/A T 17 d J -rii SSMt-RUFF SOFT FELTS, Liar! -i iir.ish, turned-over edge, flat, set hrini. ( olors—Bark B! - -,)''!), Bernl»raudt, Xut Brown, Bronze, Ivediz, Neptune, Slate. 10, C. SMOOTH SOFT FELTS. A very drossy and c-ouifortnhlo Hat. Plain turn's]-up edge. Colors— Xut, Brown, Grev, Masciiio, and 15r<ui/.<*. to/a. THE CITY MAH’S SOFT FELT. Tho Princapa. Small, smart shape, with full curled bn ns. C-01-irr—j-lolc. Brown, ami Garrick. 10/6. C'LOWBA ” "TSSOUE, with tVhito linen neckbands. A strong, mi ,linin-wci.:ht doth 01 a very close testuro ; has a bc-autirul soil ‘‘SIBKIX ” TUSSORE, with ‘White linen noekhands. A very fine weave, i i.ii, u.c .. silk. An excellent wearing Shirt and a most popular sluoln of Tussoro. t'rrn.-, iu. AERIAL CORD TUSSORE, Wiiite, linen neekl.ards. The weave in the m.amrir.l is brought up, showing a hair lino effect, this giving the Shirr, n very superior finish. I'nco, 7/3. CHECK-EDGE TUSSORE, made in Lemon shade. The front pleat and cuds are edged with Black-and-White check, giving tho Skirts a very smart ennearanee. Fitterl with White linen neckbands. Price, G,6 r . SILK-AND-WOOL TUSSORE, White linen neckbands. Skghtly warmor ihan tho all-silk, and are exceptionally Jine in tho weave. Unshrinkable, and a most desirable Summer Shirt. Price, 10/0. I & I. ARTHUR. LIMITED MERCHANT TAILORS & MEN’S MERGERS 12-14-16-18 GEORGE STREET. msmmssss! i i

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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