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COFFEE
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ROYAL

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FOR THE
'BY

SOCIETY

Bartchinhulla Estates,

MYSORE.
One
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PREVENTION OF CRUELTY

been consigned

TO ANIMALS.
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and the Council need every assistance to enable them to continue their work which is both educational and punitive.

1 lb. by Parcels Post 1/8 to part of the United Kingdom.

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"

WHAT THE SOCIETY


offenders were prosecuted and convicted for cruelty to animals.

DID LAST YEAR


guilty of minor acts of cruelty were cautioned by Inspectors.

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(1910).
6,556

Exlr.ict from a Letter received from R.

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to Messrs.

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James LyIe
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in writiiiLT.

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Notes on Pianos

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THEN TAKE THAT WONDERFUL

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uR F ^^^
cIndice/onItipiL latulJ^cii CIO
*J|[STI0N

\h\ pnJT enc^^t ITY

BCOAUSE^ OIOFA
Mr.
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IS
<

THE ONLY
CURES BOTH
'

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WHIOH
i''.'^.

JEFFERY

wrilos :-

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;

STOMACH
INDIGESTION
which causes
Gases
in

BOWEL
'vv^hich

DO YOU KNOW INDIGESTION


'^^^

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HAT
IS

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iind

causes
In

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IN

MUHT
also
Im;

digest within foo.1 which niu8t

THE BOWEL all


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^r

or Eructations.
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I
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Head-

OIOFA
plete:

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is

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tb."

or Flatulence
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THE
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a6iaiihttetl

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i4t

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We
are offering the above Tii/.e. together "ith f.velve Consolation Prizes, in order that tliose who havetalent for designing- or wriiing, or for both, may be able to turn such knowle 'ge to protitable account. Many people are unaware that the Advertising Profession is one which offers as much scope As a consequence the demand for to brains and energy as any other profession. tor advancement Look through the advertiseintelligent, well-educated men and women is greater than the supply. ment pages of this publication and you will see the kind of work that advertisers have to be conteiited With, because there are not at present enough capable designers and writers to go round. The work is interesting. Many famous artists devote a portion of their time to commercial art, and no profession is general intelligence more esteemed and remunerated one iiiight truthfully say that than in the .Advertising Profession.

some

DESIGN OR WRITE.
good copy, or to design, is almost essential if one would obtain a good position in the Advertising World from the commencement, although splendid opportunities for filling positions as .Advertising Managers, and the like, will afterwards present themselves, and in these pusitions, of course, one is not absolutely required to do much actual writing or drawing oneself.
Ihe
ability to write

THE PURPOSE OF THE COMPETITION.


Mr. Thomas Dixon, the Founder of The Di.xon Institute, first introduced a system of ir.iining in .Advertising nearly ten years ago, and it is no doubt due, in part, to his efforts th.it Advertising has been elevated to the dignity of a Profession. Mr. Dixon feels convinced that there are very many young men and women who are able to design or to write, but who are ignorant of the fact that their services would be welcomed in the Advertising World, and that if they are willing to apply their talent to the needs of commerce the extent of their ultimate success will only be limited by their own mtelligence and energy. For the purpose of encouraging the right kind of people, and of giving them an expert opinion as to their chances of success in the Advertisings Profession, this Competition IS announced in " Pic urcs of the Ye.ir 191 1."

Read
Tno.MAs

this

Testimony to the

institute's

Training from a Doctor.


March
2~lh, 1911.

Dixii.N, Esq., 195. O.-iford Street, \V.

writing to thank you tor ilic recent assisl.uice tliat liie Di.\on Bure.iu lias giv<-n me. 1 iiave been approaclied by two of the largest drug firms wiili a view to taking me on their staff, and I also Iiave been ottered the managerships of two medical specialities, one of which I have accepted. 1 am remaining iih the firm in '.vliich you originally got me placed till I take up my new duties. There could scarcely be better proof of the practical tiature of your Advertising Instruction (though it is by lorrespondence) than tliat within seven months of my completing the Course I am considered efficient enough to take ihc responsible post of .Manager, .\dded to this, there is the fact that I am a member of a notedly uncommercial jirofession, and, until June 26ih last, I had had no commercial trftining. Further, although I have had to undertake the organisation and control of the office work, and plan advertising ' campaigns" (one, .is you know, brought in 35 per cent, of replies), I have not had to avail myself of the Institute's offer of help for twelve months after completing the Course. .Such difficulties as liave arisen I have found explained in some lesson that I had not fully memorised. If you care to make use of this letter, do so by all means remembering, please, that the rigid rules of medical etifjuette do not permit the use of tny name publicly. I remain. Yours very sincerely, M.R.C..S., L.K.C.P.
I
.

Dkak Mk. Dixon, I am

Now this Under the heading: of" Professions," the


:

" Daily
:

iVIail

gives the following description of the important place taken b\ the Instilule in the business world ' \ striking feature of the Exhibition and somewhat a sign of the times is the way which business education is exemplified there. Some ten years ago Mr. Thomas Dixon liecame associated with the question of business education, and he claims, besides having spent ten years of energy, to have laid out over ^^'20,000 in iis promotion and in the endeavour to raise Advertising to the rank of a profession. Some of the results of his work may be seen at the exhibit of the Dixon Institute: how his work is carried out, and the achievements of students who have passed and are p:u>sing through his hands. The student is taken gradually through all the stages of .'\dvertisernent-Writing, taught the difference between good 'copy' and designs and bad, has the technicalities of printing, &c,, explained, and so on. During the Course he has examination papers to answer and actual advertisements to compose, all of which receive criticism."

The

"Advertising: World," in the course of an able article, says :

-'la the class of nislr victors in advertising, who are playing a more and more important part in the field of publicity. .Mr. Thomas Dixon holds a leading place, as founder and president to-day of the Di.xon Institute of .Advertising. The history of the Dixon Institute is an interesting one, and shows how comparatively new the profession of Advertising is."

PARENTS, GUARDIANS, AND YOUNG


-,\ould

MEN AND WOMEN

be well advised to consider the scope which

tlie

.Advertising Profession offers for advancement.

for

an Advertisement
;

You should compete it to amateurs only.


TERMS OF THE COMPETITION:
THE FIRST PRIZE OF
;

is

open

;io will be awarded to the lady or gentleman who makes the best copy of the "G.B.N. Toys" iulvenisenient here illustrated, drawn sufficiently large to occupy a fuU page of this m;iga.!ine the illustration may be improvt-d upon in any way the individual competitor thinks desirable, or it may be copied as e.xactly as possible but the wording {or the advertisement if the competitor writes the wording also uti/st be written in the competitor's own style, and not be a mere copy of the wording here given. IF YOU DO NOT DRAW then you may compete by writing some orii^iiial wording for the advertisement, using the wording here given as a basis for your own, but not copying it word for word in addition vou should suggest (in words) a suitable illustration for your own wording. IF YOU DRAW BUT DO NOT WRITE you may then compete by making a copy of the illustration only,
:

as explained above. In the event of one competitor sending in the best illustration and another competitor sending in the best wording, ^ will be awarded to the one and ^5 to the other ; the Prize will not be divided in any other way.

12
to lake the

CONSOLATION PRIZES

form of a copy of Mr. Simonis' famous book, "Success in .\dvcrtising," will be awarded to the tivelve competitors whose work is adjudged to be the most worthy by the Advertisement Manager of "The Pall Mall
Gazette " and the President of the Dixon Institute. In order that this Competition may be limited so far as possible to amateurs really desirous of obtaining full knowledge of the possibilities of the .Advertising Profession, all compeiitors must, in the first place, state that thev are not at present professional Advertising men, and enrol as members of 'i he Dixon Instiiute by a preliminary payment of 5j-. towards the full fees, which are b 6s. od. This payment of Jjt. entitles the sender to receive the first five lessons of the .^d\crtising Course, and if a competitor desires as most likely he lor she) will to continue and receive the full and ntire tuition, this may be done by the payment of the remainder of the fee, by instalments if desired. The Com, etition is thus arraiu'ed so that the entrants will be limited to those men and women who are really anxious to put their knowledge of Designing or Writing to profitable account. It may be noted that the enrolment and payment of ^s. does not lay the competitor under any obliuation to continue the Course if he (or she) does not desire to do so after receixing the first rive lessons tnl this plan i;ives lo all who are interested in choosing a Profession, or in tnrningtheir taU-ntsto profitable nceonnt, an opportunity to it 11 J y .'// and the positions ivliich they may fill in full, and at their leisure, the possibilities the Advertising World. The President of the Institute will return the 5.1-. to all those competitors who, in his opinion do not show sufficient ability to justify their continuance of the .Advertising Ci of Instruction. Thus all competitors who aie able to design or write will g expert opinion upon their abilities, and an opinion as to whether their t, dents are c such a nature as will justify further encouragement and further study in this directior All competitors' papers will be judged by Mr. W. T. Powell, Advertisement Manager of "The Pall .Mall Gazette," and Mr. Thomas Dixon, tlie President of The Dixon Institute, and their decision upon all matters arising in the Competition shall be absolute and binding upon all Competitors.

closes July 30th ~but you should send in your papers early, so that you may secure a copy of the Book of the Dixon Institute and obtain the expert opinion of your abilities at once.

The Competition

All sketches

and wordinii will be returneJ

to Competitors, together

with names of prize-winners.

193

THE DIXON INSTITUTE, & 195 Oxford Street, London,


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AND CUT OUT THIS COUPON.

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injurious

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^CHWEPPEJ

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16

In (.lin S.innox, Isle of Arran." The Late J. .MalWhiktkr, R.A. ^(llus picture and the copyright are the property of Messrs. Frost and Reed, Ltd., of Bristol, and hy their courtesy.) ^a

is

reproducedi

;SC HWEPPE5 ^

LIME JUICE CORDIAL

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17

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RESZKE

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he Drove.

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whose name they
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19

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As supplied
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H.M. the King.

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P.C. Sir Hubert von

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''DERE8ZKE"

have personally testified to the ^'[e"" Elgar, Sir Frederick Bridge, and Dr. Frederic Cowen harmony with the respect in which the great musicians are in CIGARETTES, another

eminent singers.


22

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in

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G.
^Pi

Clausen, R.A.

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Adri.\n Stokes, A.R..-\.

M. Vanrino Parvis and M. D. Zucchi, who write from the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, are amon}^ the many great singers who smoke " DE RESZKE " CIGARETTES, because they are perfectly pure and cannot
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Ameri-

26

To
are

offer
tlie

your guests " DF, RESZKE " CIGARHTTES is to pay a compliment to their good taste, because they accepted Cigarette of connoisseurs the world over. (J. Millbofi and Co., Ltd., 17, Down Street,
Piccadilly,

W.)

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c75

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for

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" de luxe."

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^SCHWEPPES

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RESZKE,"

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31

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<iC HWtPPE3

TABLE WATERS.

The

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Delightful

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DE RnSZKI;

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R.A.

No
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"

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as the Millhoff and Co., Ltd., 17,

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CORDIALS

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Try thorn

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37

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A Stormy

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The Marble Arch.


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Malvern

Hills.

40

The
Fit

Call of the Spring

Stresa,

Lag^o di

Maggiore.

David

Murray,

R.A.

the best of

accompaniments menus.

to

jSc hweppes

table waters.

As supplied to H.M. the King.

41

BRITISH
the

HOMt
to

means

and Hospital for INCURABLES, C rown Lane, Strcatham, needs help to provide a Home or supply the comforts of a home for life for Incurable Sufferers of the Middle Classes.

42

C/3

BRITISH
the

HOME
means
to

and Hospital for

INCURABLES, C rown
home

Lane, Streatham, needs help

to provide a

Home

or

supply the comforts of a

for life for Incurable Sufferers of the

Middle Classes.

43

Not only refreshing delicious.

JSC HWEPPES

DRY GINGER ALE,

44

\ March Morning.

,.

A.

.\k.\lsbv

Brown, A.R.A.

X
LIME JUICE CORDIAL.
IncomparabU.
Al^vays asK for Sch^veppes.

;SC HWEPPE5

45

46

The Grey Drawing-Room.

J.

Lavery, A.R.A.

BRITISH HOMI;
the

means

to

and Hospital for INCURABLES, C supply the comforts of a home for li

rown Lane, Streatham, needs help


fe

to

provide a

Home

or

for Incurable Sufferers of the

Middle Classes.

47

48

Delicately pleasing to the palate.

^CHWE^EJ

DRY GINGER ALE.

Try

it.

49

"God Save the King!" Proclamation of His Majesty at Dublin Castle. H. Harris Brown.

lie

l'ootbricl>re.

Sir

Alfred

h.\sr,

.\.K..\.

BRITISH HOMT.
the

means

to

and Hospital for INCURABLES, Crown Lane, Streatham, needs help to provide a Home or supply the comforts of a home for life for Inciirahie Sufferers of the Middle Classes.
E

BRITISH HOMi;
the

means

to supply the

and Hospital for INCURABLES, Crown Lane, Streatham, needs heln to provide a Home or comforts of a home for life for Incurable Sufferers of the Middle Classes.

THE
IDEAL TONIC
WIINE.
has been justly described as the Suprbbi its unique propertie is to be found In the fact that the world-wide reputatioi which VIBRONA enjoys, is mainly due to the spontaneoui personal testimony of those who, having experienced remarkable energising powers, are glad to recommend itAl

VIBRONA

Tonic and the best evidence of

iti

their friends.
in Anamia from overwork, worry, oi sleeplessness in convalescence from severe illness such ai Influenza, Diphtheria, Pneumonia or Typhoid; in recoverj from surgical operations or to conserve the forces during any critical period, the restorative power of VIBROXA cannot be over-estimated.

In depressed

conditions of the system,


arising

and Neurasthenia,
;

it is no exaggeration to sa] " acts like a charm," obstinate case which have withstood every other form of treatment bein) often completely cured after two or three liqueur-glassa of VIBRONA have been taken at frequent intervals.

In Neuralgia

and Insomnia

that

VIBRONA

In Malaria

and

in

the low vitality engendf-red by

long

residence in tropical climates, nothing equals a recuperative agent.

VIBRONA ai

A
prompt

liqueur-glass
restorative,

(about one tablespoonful) acts as I and its agreeable flavour is much

appreciated by invalids Tonics arc distasteful.

and others to

whom

ordinatj

VIBEONA Tin.;

Idkal Tonic Wnra is supplied in bottl* containing 40 liqueiir-glaBsee, by ChemietB, Wine Merchants, uid Stores throughoat the world. Price in Great Britain 3/9.
SOLE PROPRIETOBS
:

FLETCHER, FLETCHER S Co.

Ld.,

LONDON S SYDNBV

-1

33

^'Jn

~J

:^

Ui

52

53

BRITISH HOMI-.
the

means

to

and Hospital for INCURABLES, Crown Lane, Strealhain, needs help to provide a Home or supply the comforts of a home for life tor Incurable Sufferers of the Middle Classes.

he

Woman,

the

Man, and

the

Si riu

m. Bvam Shaw.

Sec

nvinciblt;

albot

facing page 95.

55

Eve
An important ptiRravinR

in

Exile H. Schmalz.
published by F. T. Dennis, 118, Chancery-lane,

|,rinted in colours will bf

W.CO_

Bottled in the Malvern Hills

JSCHWEPPE5

STILL

MALVERN WATER.

An

ideal table beverage.

56

AsR

for

^CHWEPPEJ

DRY GINGER ALE.

The beverage

"

de luxe."

57

Dauijhters of

tlu-

Sun.

Mrs.

Lmka

Knichi.

^^Bn|^nH^n|np^' j* /<
'

58

59

Fit

the best of

accompaniments menus.

to

^CHWEPPEJ

TABLE WATERS.

As supplied to H.M. the King.

60

Xlylit in junr.

I'.

('.

("kik

ii.

The Forest
As supplied to H.M. the King.

Ro.id.

R.

\icat Cole.

jSc hweppe-s

table waters.

The

Aristocrat of

Table DrinKs.

61

See

iivincible

albot

facing page 95.

62

'J

Sec

Invincible

albot

facing page 95.

63

Delightful

Beverage.

STILL

MALVERN WATER.

Bottled in

the

Malvern

Hills-


64

The Peaceful

Village.

Veend King.

JSC HWEPPEJ

CORDIALS

are finest on the Market.

Try them

65

See

Invincible

albot

facing page 95.

66'

The Mask.

G. W

Lambert.

See

Invincible

albot

facing page 95.

Chepstow

Castle.

Xiei.s

M. Lixn.

The

lift

gri'U

il.irk,

.iivl

Ihi'

wiml

\>\-\\

l.unl,

And

surly grrw the sea." Ballaiic of Sir Waller Sftens.

David

Mi'rray, R.A.

Made under

ideal conditions.

^C HWEPPES

TABLE WATERS.

Absolutely pure,

f2

68

Chark-s

II.

Prt-st-nting

Court, 1662.

Barbara Palmer to the Queen at Hampton Edc.vr Bundv.

Irresistible.

;CHWEPPES

STILL

MALVERN WATER.

Bottled in the

Malvern

Hills.

69

o
o
_1

ZQ

Sfe

Invincible

albot

facing page 95.

70

-Spniiglunc

Ruu;il1l!.i_\

L.

A.

Hdk.nel.

See

Invincible

albot

facing page 95.

71

Fit

accompaniments

to

the best of menus.

JSCHWEPPE5

TABLE WATERS.

As supplied to H.M. the King.

72^"

The Haven uiukr

the Hill.

|uiix K.

Riuu.

Bird>

ol

Prcv.

M. Paddav.

Not only refreshing delicious.

JSC HWEPPES

DRY GINGER ALE.

73

\\'in(lov\-

in

Kensington.

J.

\'ounc.

Huntek

(.'ity

15;:nqnL-t

Mr. Justice -Swinlun-liudv replies


Sec
InvinciLlf

li)r

the Visitors.

--! ki:u

Rtjii.

all)ot

facing page 95.

74

Drvad.

A.

akui.i:.

On

tlu'

W
See

av

III

ili(_-

I-

tsii\

.li.

-(_

v\

Willie.

Invincible

albot

facing page 95.

75

Diana protcclcd by

licr

nymphs w lien
Miss
I.

disluiijcd by Actieon while bathing.


L.

Gloag.

>CHWEPPES

LIME JUICE CORDIAL.

Incomparabl*.

Always asK

for

Schweppos.

76

As supplied

to

H.M. the King.

DRY GINGER ALE.

The Table Water


of Distinction.

77

u ca a O
fa

a o s z < H
V3

fa

t2

"^'.

"mi
^'

t-;

^fe^a-A

See

Invinciljle

Talbot

/acing page 95.

78

^OMKKSCALES.

Helpmates

in

Distn^s.

H.

h.

(iniBBLE.

Hunyadi JanOS, A

safe, gentle,

and

reliable

Natural aperient for

CONSTIPATION.

79

'Ihe 10th

Hussars

at

lionavciUc

KcUeal

uii

L ui imna.

W.

B.

W'ullln.

he

Kmpty

Saddle.

South Africa

1900. J.

V.

Beadi.k

Delicately pleasing to the palate.

JSC HWEPPE5

DRY GINGER

ALE.

Try

it.

80

P-_w

-erifc^Helpmates by the Sea.

R.

W.

Allan.

M,

l.ll

Ol.SSDN.

In

Syphons porcelain

lined.

^CHWEPPEJ

TABLE WATERS.

Impossible of contamination.

ARRIVING FOR SUPPER AT THE SAVOY.

THE PREMIER RESTAURANT OF THE WORLD.

LONDON'S TIDEWAY. l.-A View


The Comforts and Luxury
of
the

LooKing East.

Savoy Hotel,
it

its

Cuisine and Service, combined with the most moderate

charges, place

absolutely in the front rank of all Hotels in Europe.

LONDON'S TIDEWAY.
by

2. A

View LooKing West.


the
the centre of

The Beautiful Suites, with Bathrooms attached, overlooking away from the noise and bustle of street traffic, although in

River Thames and Embankment Gardens. London, are greatly appreciated

all travellers.

IMPSON'S IN
=

THE STRAND.
=

THE OLD ENGLISH DINING TAVERN.

^/^
^^^H

.^^

THE GENTLEMEN

DINING ROOM. SIMPSONS-IN-THE-STRAND.

THE LADIES' DINING ROOM. SIMPSONS-IN-THE-STRAND.

81

Hunyadi JanOS.

The

Best

Njmra

Ap.Tient Water,

for

BILIOUSNESS and

DISORDERED DIGESTION.

82

Wlun

llic

Blue

Evening Slowly

Falls."

F.

Bramlev,

A.R.A.

Hunyadi JanoS.

The

Best Natural Aperient Water, for

LIVER COMPLAINTS, OBESITY, &c

he Morniny Drive.

Miss

Hilda Feakon.

he

llu

l:.

.M...SI

\.

84

eace. G.

W ETHERBEE.
MALVERN WATER,
An
ideal table beverage.

Bottled in the Malvern Hills.

^CHWEPPES

STILL

Hunyadi JanOS.

The

Best Natural Aperient Water, for

GOUT

and

RHEUMATISM.

Hunyadi JanOS. A

safe, gentle,

and

reliable

Natural aperient

for

CONSTIPATION.

87

riu-

Altiir-I'ii

KWiis

r>\Ri;\ii>

Old Lamps for New.

Miss

Estei.i.a Canziani.

AsK

for

;SC HWEPPE5

DRY GINGER ALE.

The beverage

" de luxe.'

88

Fit

accompaniments

to

the best of menus.

TABLE WATERS.

As supplied to H.M. the Kin?.

89

o o

w>

Hunyadi Janos.

The

Best Natura

Apjrient Water,

for

BILIOUSNESS and

DISORDEKED DIGESTION.

90

Mrakli

Lrupards

al

Uawn.--

I-.l_.ak

H.

Fischi-k

tiger-shcini

uiin

II.

H.

iiic

Maiiaiajaii

(.1

oucii

Bfhar.

l^ioGAK

H. Fischer.

Hunyadi Janos.

The

Best Natural

Aperint Water,

for

LIVER COMPLAINTS, OBESITY, &c

By appointment

to

H.M. King

George V.

& PALMERS ROYAL SOVEREIGN


HUNTLEY

BISCUITS
Huntley
a

&

Palmers 'Royal Sovereign'


biscuit- novelty

is

highly

attractive

of

finest possible quality, designed

on

lines

which make it and acceptable

appropriate for Coronation Year.


specially

Rich and short-eating, with a filling of apricot jam, Huntley & Palmers 'Royal Sovereign' Biscuits are manufactured with the characteristic decoration of a royal crown modelled in bold relief.
'Royal Sovereign' Biscuits will certainly delight both old and young, and old and young should try them without delay.

A ROYAL DELICACY FOR CORONATION YEAR


A// Gnctrs supply Huntley
isf

Palmers 'Royal Sovereign Biscuits.

HINTLEY * PALMERS

RKADING & LONDON

The Pleasure
is

of the Trip

often marred by physical

disorders

such

as

sea-

sickness, train dizziness,

and a digestion disordered by


sudden changes
of

climate,
or

food,
water.

ENO'S
'FRUIT SALT'
should be included in every travelling bag. It is the most effectual corrective you can
taKe with you. It has a reputa= tion of over 35 years* use as an unfailing relief for all functional derangements of the liver and digestive organs. Gentle and natural in its action, it never causes griping or ^veaKening effect, and is pleasant and easy to take.

Ppepared only by
J. C.

END,

Ltd.,

'fruit SALT' WORKS, LONDON,

S.E.

91

\jm'9

Enid Unvinf,- ihe Rubbci^'

llor.st.s

un

HcUnc

R.

iinivvKiKh

Ml^-,c,|

C.

!;.

Sii w \Ki.

92

03

A Moonlight

Idyll. C.

!:.

Jcihnm>.\.

Lamplight.

E.
and

Phillips
reliable

Kox.
for

Hunyadi JanOS. A

safe,

gentle,

Natural aperient

CONSTIPATION,

94

The world

of waters

is

our

Home."

A.

J.

Blrgess.

Blackberry

Time.

A.
l

Fkiedenson.

Hunyadi JanOS.

The

Best Natura

Aperient Water, for

BILIOUSNESS and

DISORDERED DIGESTION.

THE

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95

The Visrountpss

Intjcstre

and Dautjhter.

J.

J.

Shannon, R.A.

Hunvadi JanoS.

The

Best Natural Aperient Water, for

LIVER COMPLAINTS, OBESITY, &c

96

Charitv.

F.

Spenlove Spenlove.

An

Encc;i.;

ai

.1

.M.iiiiK-f.

W.

H.

y.

Ti

Hunyadi JanOS.

The

Best Natural Aperient Water, for

GOUT

and

RHEUMATISM.

The Red Maids

of Bristol.

W.

H.

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TncoMii.

St.

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G.

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98

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The Re-creator
Sir Gilbert Parker,
'
If I

of

Lost Health.
"
'.

could only get ucll and stiung again

Sir Frederick Milner,

M.P.:
lia\e used S^natogen witli exiraordinaiy benefit. It is to mind a true" food tonic, feeditit;
I

'

my

often are these words uttered by men and women who, though up and about, are nevertheless ill, with racked nerves, failing strength, and depleted vitality.

How

Bart.
" Sanatogen nourish liie and
seems
give

both

to

me

stren^th."

and

iht nerves, increasing the eiierp\', givins Iresh vigour to the

ment

over-woiked b"dy and mind."

who are ill in bed, this announcea message of hope of the certain conquering of their physical and nervous disabilities through the medium of Sanalogen, the supreme revitaliser of body, brain,
them, as to those
is

To

Lord Edward Churchill


*' I have derived benefit taking Sanatogen."

from

Sir
'I a
most
stiintilanl,

John Hare
tMun,
tillable
S;iTi;it.)geii
\

aiiil

nerves.

hue

tutiic
II

and

and
it."

hesrlilv

rei'iiiiiii'jiid

Sanatogen's reputation has its foundation firmly fixed the justified experience of that unshakable bed-rock the medical profession, and thai after the most searching and exhaustive tc^ls.
in

Mr. Arnold Bennett

the
eflfect

" Novelist of Sanatogen


:

The
on

tonic

me

is

simply wonderful."'

rain,

tiie (.MiMieiU

Body
on De-

&

Nerves Revitalised.
Sir William Bull,M.P.
"
1

Mr. Walter Crane


autt
.

lity

recovering from a rather sharp attack ot inHueii/a, I certainly found Sanatogen, prepared with milk, bene-

^^. coraiive

Art

..I

Aiiiung the disnrdered .Vmong ilie di.nrdered conditions in which Sanatogen is ]ire-eminently beneficial arc nervous debility and breakdown, weakened and disordered nerves, brain-fag, insomnia and h:)ss ot memory, disordered <bgestion and dyspepsia, an;emia, with its inevitable languor, palpitation, shortness of breath, and loss of vitality.

ha'.e

iiiucli

pleasure

in

ficial in it<

effects."

stating that I consider your preparation, Sanatogen, is of decided value. It performs that which it promises to do, and I have recommended it to several
friend ";."

Mr. F. SpenloveSpenlovc,
H.I.,
*'

F.R.G.S.

Sanatogen's constituents are known to every doctor. milk proleid and glycero-phosphate of sodium, chemically combined to form a new compound which exercises the most potent and profound influence over the Nerves, Brain, and Body. For ihis rea=t)n it acts like a charm in the abf>ve-named conditions, its beneficial etVccts being invariably felt in a very short time.
'I'hey are

The

Rev. Father

Vaughan

* Sanalogaii prMUiivf s when you ai e run down tn pick you up. It does so."

had bc<-'n siiffjiiiij; with neuritis, and Sanatuecn has quite overthrown the trouble."
I

supreme restorative

Mr. B.W. Leader, R.A.:


*I have given Sanatogen to a relative, who says she deri\ed

a general tonic Sanatogen is unequalled, and it is the in convalescence from all acute diseases. It is easily digested, rapidly assimilated and absorbed, and is the greatest known builder of physical strength and re-creator of lost neivuu.-^ energ}'.

As

Mr. W.

L.

Courtney,
and Drama'

M.A., LL.D.

the

famous

Critic

Sanatogen may be obtained of


'9
^^J

all

ohenii^^t^,

Price

great benefit

fri-ni t.tkini; it."

'3.

"I have always been tist : assured that Sanatogen is an ideal food for brain-workers, and I gladly add my own testimony to its \alue in this resj
' \


99

H.R.H.

the

Duchess

of Albany.

Sydney

P.

Hall.
''"d

Prosentod bv subscribers Memorial). Her Roval Highness is making a silken White Ensign " Dreadnought " she launched last year.

Paralysed to the National Hospital for the


for

Epileptic

H.M.S.

(Albany Neptune, the

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100

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for the for the terrible

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101

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102

103

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All the world sends patients,

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for the
Is

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RED

WHITE
&
For
In

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WHISKY.
12
Dinner

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Breakfast & after

Years old

in

Wood.

making, use

less

it

being so

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tlian

ordinary COFFEE.

by

Supplied in bottle Agents throughout the

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Skating

Listen to the voice o{ reason. is not out of season.

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PICTURES OF THE YEAR


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PAGE
Canziani, Miss Estella

Clausen, G., R.A.


Cole, R. Vicat
Collier,

Hon. John

...

Cooke, A. C.
Cope, A.
S.,

R.A.

...

Corbet, Mrs....

Cowper,

F.

Cadogan,

R.A.

Craig, Frank...

Davis, H.

W.

B.,

R.A.

Dicksee, Frank, R.A.

Dollman,

J.

C.
...

Donne, W.

East, Sir Alfred, A.R.A.


Khvell, Fred
...

Farquharson,

J.,

A.R.A.
...

Fearon, Miss Hilda


Fischer,

Edgar H.

...

Fisher, Mark,

A.R.A.
...

Fletcher, Blandford

Forbes, Stanhope A., R. A. Forbes, Mrs, Stanhope

...

Fox, E.

l'hillii)s

Friedenson,

.A.

Glazebrook, H. de
Gloag, Miss
I.

'1".

L.

Gotch, T. C.
Gribble, B. F.

Hacker, A., R.A.

...

Haigh-Wood, C.
Hall, Hall,

Fred

Sydney P.

INDEX

:ontimieJ.

ROYAL
Murray, David, R.A.
Olsson, Julius

ACADEMY-conttnuca,

Orchardson, C. M. Q.
Ouless, \V. W., R.A.

Padday, C. M.
Parsons, Alfred, R.A.
Parton, Ernest

Peacock, Ralph
Pickering,
J.

L.

Reid, John R.
Riviere, Briton, R.A.
Riviere,

H. G.

Roe, Fred
Salisbury, F. O.

Sargent, John S

R.A.

Schmalz, H.

...

Shannon,

J. J.,

R..\.

Shaw, Byam
Sims,

...

C,

A.R..-\.

Solomon,

S. J.,

R.A...

Somerscales, T. Speed, Harold

'.^l^^i
ICIOOJ 1CKT,
rT
I

^?^.

.-v;:?^'

'

-Vi^T

iO

FUJI

LfJMf

f^ A.
"**Vf>

flint.

"V

^
.

roB
t.

rw sum,

uic

(orviuioh

SOK r

wuut

f
^i

HoiT atWAUr nttPARAnoH

tik-hL^iC

llF
whose
iKiiiics

Thirty Ladies
ot

Fame and Beauty


are

knuwn

wiie!e\t'i

tlie

Englisli

(PomI^t^ v'/g^

language is spoken, have given their emphatic and unprecedented testimony in proof tliat Mme. Rubinstein's Valnze Complexion Specialities have passed and emerged triumphant from the most sceptical tests to which they coul be subjected. These fair, fastidious, famous, and fashionable ladies knliw what they like, and what they refuse, and why. They would not commit themselves without due cause. their appearance is their chief asset, which they are Next to talent, sure to ti.ke the greatest care not to jeopardise. Therefore if thev give evidence :t me;ins much. In face of this, the woman of little faith, or the woman whose faith is e.isily abused, may waste her lime with futile experiments, but the sagacious woiiiati will become a votary of Valaze.
i

IMCLAl.
"tef

MtUlHM

or NOVIK*

~4cmM.i^2^^.\

The following are the names of the ladies whose photographs and letters have by permission been leproduced en this page Miss Evelyn d' Alray, Miss Edna May, Miss Lily Elsit
:

It

vt:( oceTj>i

cuMAT

Miss Jessie Bateuian, Miss Viva Birkett, Miss Pauline Chase, Miss Alexandra Carlisle, Mtss Katherine Compton, Miss Dorothy Craske^ Miss Alice Craw/orJ, Mtss Kate Cutler, Miss Marie Dainton.

MiiS Winifred Entery, Miss Elizabeth Firth, Miss Kitty Gordon^ Miss Ethel h^iing. Miss Millie Legarde, Miss Grade Leigh, Miss Marie Lohr, Miss Cecily Loft us, Mtss Enid Rose,

Miss Decivia Moore, Miss May de Souza. Miss Marie Stuahobiw, Miss Ellaline Terriss^ Miss Irene yanbrugh. Miss Violet Vanbrugh^ Miss Ruth Vincent, Miss Fanny li'ard. Miss Emmy ll'ehlen.

mie hux UKniiv

1
or

inE luiciU) DMLi&irr

smli.

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The
Iron *Jelloid' Treatment
for the
By

Cure

Dr.

of Anaemia. ANDREW WILSON.


laclc of

QLL Medical
j\

Men have

recognised the

a pre-eminently suitable,

convenient, and easily applied treatment for the cure of Anaemia. Iron is what the blood and body are calling: for, but the administrative methods have not possessed just the effective features one could wish.

Though

Iron is such an essential blood constituent, though its lack must be combated and supplied, yet the majority of people are singularly su.sceptible to the annoying influences and effects caused by the manner of its absorption. This is wliere the Iron 'Jelloid' Treatment surpasses former methods, and it is the reason whereby its striking success has been atiam<-d. (continued everlea/J.

Miss Marie LoKr


SAYS:

"

J 6ave found your


and
so dainty tdat

Iron 'JeVoids' a splendid


tonic

t^ey are most pleasant


to take."

F. '. Burford.

After taking IRON JELLOIDS' for a wreck or two, the cheeks regain their rosy tinge, the appetite is restored, digestion improved, and the system braced up; experience has proved that IRON JELLOIDS' have a beneficial effect upon (he HAIR and COMPLEXION.
'
'

For AN.'EMI.X,

POORNESS OF BLOOD, and

as a

GENERAL TONIC

and PICK-ME-UP,

IRON 'JELLOIDS' CANNOT HE EQUALLED.

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Dainty tonic

A FORTNIGHT'S TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.

Iron 'Jelloids'
AN/EMIA
A
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By

Dr.

Andrew

Wil:son.

(Continued from page i.J


copy of this Treatise on " Ancemia" by Dr. on receipt of application.

Andrew

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SICNS OF
AN/EMIA.

"Breathing hurried and gasping, on the sUghtest exertion, " pale cheeks lacking the ruddy glow of health, bloodless lips, "a general feeling of weariness^accompanied maj- be by pain "after food, indigestion constipation, listlessness, inability of application "to any pursuit or even train of thought, depression of spirits, and irritability
' of temper."

TREATMENT

OF AN>EMIA.

" It can be definitely stated that IRO.N JELLOIDS constitute " the most effective and desirable treatment for AN/EMIA, or " Poorness of Blood. It has presented us with an efficient "manner of administering Iron in the most convenient and successful form yet " known. The sufferer is able to take IRON 'JELLOIDS' without danger, even "with pleasure, and with the sure knowledge that benefit will accrue. No ill "effects can possibly follow (the use of Iron) when taken in the form of
' '

"IRON 'JELLOIDS'

"

Extract from the Journal "

NATIONAL HEALTH."

"A RELIABLE TONIC RESTORATIVE."


" Notwithstanding that a great advance has been made in recent years in the "administration of iron, the best preparation is found in the ordinary forms "so unstable that it speedily loses its valuable properties, and reverts to an "insoluble chemical.

" Most of the old forms were nauseous and of doubtful use, and in many "cases were not assimilated or digested, so the idea gained ground with some "that they could not take iron; for iron, if unassimilated, is a disturbing "clement in the sjstem, producing indigestion, sickness, constipation, and "a host of other troubles.

"Many

have been the attempts to solve the difficult problem of producing an These difficulties ha\-e "assimilable iron in a form in which it will keep.

"been overcome

in Iron 'Jelloids.'

.Administration

is

pleasant, for

"IRON 'JELLOIDS' arc palatable and easy to take. "IRON 'JELLOIDS* do not injure the teeth. "IRON 'JELLOIDS' do not cause constipation.
" The Lancet, The British Medical Journal, The Hospital, and other "medical papers have reported most favourably upon Iron 'Jelloids.'"

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Iron, or have not been ablj to up to the present; they will find that IRON 'JELLOIDS' wil! agree with them perfectly. In proof of this we cite the further testimonv to the g"reat advantage which IHON 'JELLOIDS possess Over all Other preparations of Iron.

There are some patients who cannot take

ttbc cneral practitioner. " Iron 'Jelloids' possess distinct advantages over other forms of iron. They do not constipate nor upset digestion nor do they blacken the teeth. have treated many cases of severe ansmia

We

with marked success."


duarterlB /RcDical Journal.

"...
Zbe

Iron 'Jelloids' a very pleasant substitute for the ordinary pills."

/iSe&ical press an& Circular. " Iron 'Jelloids' These are a distinct advance. Analysis has proved that these 'Jelloids' may be highly recommended."

Hbe 'Kursing IRccorD anO Ibospital limorlCi. "The prices of them are very moderate and

the invention deserves


it

the approval of the Medical Profession, which such a marked measure."

is

obtaining

in

WHAT THE
'
'

PUBLIC SAYS:
;

Mrs. C. H. Cator, 126, Barkworth Road, Rotherhithe, London, S.E., writes " Having taken your Jelloids for Ansemia, and found groat benefit from them, I shall endeavour to make known to all my friends the great change that takes place so quickly. They are a blessing in disguise to all women." Mrs. J. BruNULEV, 30, Market Street, Hednesford, Staffs, writes: "My daughter had been suffering from Anaemia five months, and I tried almost everything till I saw your Iron 'Jelloids advertised. The first dose she had taken we saw an improvement, and in about a week she had a colour like a rose. Miss N. Sr,\RR, 57, Warwick Road, Redhill, writes " I think it my duty to write and thank you for the great benefit I have received from Iron 'Jelloids.' They have done more for me in five weeks than the other medicines I have taken have done in five years. I shall recommend them, for they are wonderful. I never felt better than I do now, and I am sure I do not look the same person 1 did a little while ago. My hair is also improving since I have taken Iron 'Jelloids.'" Miss A. D. Bird, 35, Hill Rise, Richmond Hill, Surrey, writes: "I cannot speak too highly of the good Iron 'Jelloids' did me. I have suffered from Anaemia and Indigestion dreadfully for years, and nothing did me any good until I have never had I tried them. it since, but I always use the Jelloids every year and nothing else, so that I know they are of wonderful benefit to anyone suffering from Anaemia or Chronic Indigestion. I always recommend them to any sufferers come across." Mrs. Jobso.n', Dovehouse Cottages, Kinsbourne Green, near Luton, writes "I started taking Iron 'Jelloids' at once, and I can honestly say there is an improvement in myself. I feel brighter. I have been ana;mic for nearly fifteen I spent pounds on medicine without any lasting effect. years. I shall never

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regret the

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ran."

UNEQUALLED

FOR
[RECT OF

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CO.,

THE JELLOID'

OR OF

ALL.

CHEMISTS

Iron 'Jelloids'
In

preparation of

IRON JELLOIDS we have succeeded in producing the most valuable IRON in a PURE STATE, and the method of preparing
' '

them

is

so perfect that there is not the least possibility of their causing indigestion or constipation.

As a General Tonic.
IRON 'JELLOIDS' will be found a delightful restorative after illness, They tone and strengthen the system, and ensure a especially influenza. quick recovery. As a general tonic they are excellent. Run-down men and women, and fast-growing and ansemic children, will derive the utmost benefit from taking IRON JELLOIDS,' the results are quick and lasting.
'

Dr.

S.

'

: want the

A FEW MEDICAL OPINIONS.


'

Jelloids

any other form.


discomfort."
Dr. R. O. ;"I find the

She

for a young lady who is unable to take Iron In finds she can take the Iron 'Jelloids' without
'

preparation (Iron 'Jelloids particularly serviceable reliable." Dr. K.; "I find that refractory children take Iron 'Jelloids' easily."
)

and

Dr. L. R. : "I find that Dr. A. H. R. :-

my

patients thoroughly appreciate Ifon 'Jelloids."'


'

Jelloids very agreeable and easy to take." Dr. A. O. H. ^ " Iron Jelloids give the greatest satisfaction, the usual disagreeable effect of taking iron being absent." Dr. J. R. H. :
:

"My

wife finds Iron


'
'

" They are a


Dr. T.

trustworthy preparation."
excellent,
inviting,

:
and
palatable

"Iron 'Jelloids,' an administering Iron."

form

of

HOW
153 A.W.

IRON 'JELLOIDS' ARE SOLD :4/6 per


course.
all

Iron 'Jelloids' No. 1 (for Children), 1/1 i, 1/9, and 2/6 per box. Iron 'Jelloids' No. 2 Tor Adults), 1/1 i, 2/-, and 2/9 per box. A "course" of Iron 'Jelloids' (for cases oi .'\naemia), COUPON
Obtainable of
Chemists, or direct from

THE 'JELLOID'

CO.

Trial Boxes of Nos.

1 or 2 post free, with a free dainty advertising novelty, on receipt of attached Coupon and 12, from

The

JclloJd Co. (Dept. 137 A.W.), 76, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C.
Write
for

Frcp Hooklft on " Anci-mia

"

bv Dr. Andrew Wilson.

F|h^ Dainr{}irQnig
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