Every Frenchman betiveen the ages of 20 and" 45 physically capable of bearing arms is a soldier, and may bo called on to .serve with the colors. Conscription obtains, and every year 200,000 youths of 20 years are enrolled for three years' military training.
Eyes w^m ma m MBffl 8S mm «Sp 3a»B«aHI»NH» HSSB »m»»»he««>«wj»Banei^ GET THEM* .XAMINED m US BEFORE SCHOOL TAKES UP f Don't Bend him to school suffering tho handicap of De- j fective Sight. It will keep | him buck in his studios, in | . sport and other pastimes, and \ may do injury which ho will j feel all through his life. MjMm w&mm n% mux m 9m IVMndte y&mwiri taflto&SjSifoE IT Prompt attention by our Fully-qualified Opticians will relieve all strain, ensure Sound, Healthy Sight, and send him to school with a new interest in his lessons and games. ConsoSisng Opticians. For Examining Eyes and Advising as to Spectacles we have two Fully-qualified Opticians, holding every recognised English qualification—Mr Geo. Chance, D.3.0.A., F. 1.0. (London), and Mr Vv 7 . Dawson, F.8.0.A., F.S.M.C. (Lo-d.). Expert Advice can be rolled on from both these Gentlemen. Jewellers and Opticians CORNER PRINCES ST. and MORAY SPLACt
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915