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•lUST TO HAND 1~2 GASES MUSLIN AND GAMSRU EMBROIDERIES A!MD INSERTIONS, NARROW CAMBRIC EDGINGS, with Insertions to match 2jdj 3£d, and &d yard. 2in to 3 m LONG CLOTHS, Embroidered. From 4£d to Sd per yard. CAMISOLE EMBROIDERIES. Very special value. 1/, 1/6, 1/11, LARGE RANGE OF EMBROIDERED FLOUNCINGS, on Voile, Crepe, Ninon, etc., etc. 2/11 to 7/11 per yard. The above are Very Special Quotations, and much less than the same qualities can be landed for in future shipments. 50 MODEL HATS, TOQUES, ETC. To bo cleared at London prices, 7/11 to 12/0. 6s dozen WHITE FABRIC GLOVES. Exceptional value. 1/, 1/Q, 1/9 pes- pair, 30 dozen WHITE LONG LISLE, Suede finish. 1/9, 1/11, 2/3 per pair. 120 dozen EMBROIDERED BLACK COTTON HOSE, Women's and Small Women's. Newest colored embroideries 10£ d and 1/2 psr pair, rr

IlilfiHl h PurHy SfrenqHi and fiavourare combined in )lo other Jle approaches \\ in Qualify. mi Your Stomach Is Ne¥er Very Aexioos f 01* Xmas to Come! 5f Hard-worked as every stomach is all the year, each has its duties vastly increased at Christmas time. The- man who eats but little meat eats MORE at Christmas; the person who seldom touches pastry TRIES some at Christmas; ho who ''never" cuts sweets always has so mo at Christmas. Is it any wonder that the stomach rebels and leaves half the work undone—half the food undigested i DR. CROSSLAND'S a» 188 SB I mm WW* msm u» 358? GlHraH§fi IS THE GREAT XMAS REMEDY! flj It contains all the ingredients which make for the increase of gastric stimulates the sluggish organs and assists Nature in throwing off the septic matter. It is more than a medicine: it is an absolute health necessity in every household. Let it bo your family's safeguard THIS Christmas. Get it now at vovir Chemist's or Store. 2s bottle.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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