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«ff ".Tea taken at three o'clock ''■ iu. ili» el temooit ia so ra». " freshing and invigorating "that if the little ceremony "of afternoon tea has not had " a place in your household "schedule, let mo beg of you "to install it at once."—B. Lewis, in the ' Housewife.' *[ la essentially th© Tea for Afternoons. It is a dainty, high-claw Tea —ptire, rich, wholesome—which makes a beverage that everyone enjoys.

Twenty young business Englishmen recently arrived.in London from Constantinople. Thoy packed their luggage into four taxi cabs, which they e<?nt to a city webem*, and tbxm walked to the recniHing office in Whitelydl ■ *uit| joined Ir^-^fiirijmfir

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15690, 2 January 1915

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