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20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
PAGE 744 20 OCT 1917 The gen tlewornan They have, with true intuition, seen that, ()w ing to the nation's

PAGE 744 20 OCT 1917 The gen tlewornan They have, with true intuition, seen that, ()w ing to the nation's

unpreparedness for the pr(sent struggle---a result mainly due to party go \ ..rnment—there has been constant muddle, ue , ,, i t e the great work accomplished. At the last meeting of the National co lmc ii of Women of Great Britain and Ireland I h i . speeches evidenced a demand
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
PAGE 762 20 OCT 1917 atil3Ll 13 cocoa ri TA . Gentlewoman The chic yet thoroughly practical " Studington "

PAGE 762 20 OCT 1917 atil3Ll 13 cocoa ri TA . Gentlewoman The chic yet thoroughly practical " Studington "

Overcoat at Messrs. Studd & Millingt ADELIGMFUL wrap-coat for motoring, travelling, and country use generally, built by Messrs. Studd & Millington, st, Conduit Street, Bond Street, W., is sketched here. The check used is a Glen Urquhart, in softly blended greys, made specially f
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
Bargains in Furs at the London Fur Co.'s.

Bargains in Furs at the London Fur Co.'s.

worth securing are some of the bargains in furs now on view at the London Fur Co.'s, 1 , Oxford Street, W. One of the most notable has been sketched here. It is a coat composed of the genuine natural black musquash, finished with a very large skunk collar, and is exceptionally m
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
The Women at the Front

The Women at the Front

are Nursing the sick and wounded, doing Red Cross work, driving Motors, often their own cars and at their own expense, attending the Huts, and labouring at the Base in many ways, and sometimes dangerously near the trenchessoulful, strong, sacrificing, splendid women—the helpmate
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
YOUR AUTUMN WEAR

YOUR AUTUMN WEAR

Because Dame Fashion has stayed her hand,last Autumn's wear will give good service alain this year. It should, however, be first dry cleaned by Pullars so that stains may b: removed and the original freshness restored. If faded, Pullars will advise as to the most suitable colour
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
INDOOR WORKERS

INDOOR WORKERS

When brainwork, - nerve strain, and lack of exercise make you feel languid—tired—" blue "—a little \ :. i . ,e' .- - , .. . - ~. , --).... ' • - -c--.4 . . . 1: , \ -1 : z ' . ''. , --- ----> • t ‘ I . S i li 1 .\ ,. : ' ' ,-,'. • . --,,, 1 '-' , C1:1 . ': ` ......, - ~.„ -,....
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
ROWLAND'S KALYDOR

ROWLAND'S KALYDOR

"For Your Skin" This preparation will soothe and ht al the most delicate skin %%hen heat, cold winds or hard water sets •up irritation or causes unsightly blemishes. It will make your skin heat bier— more beautiful Rowland's Kalydor is harmless—it contains nothilig that could in
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England
 
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The Australian Y.M.C.A. is very busy settling into its new quarters at the Aldwych Theatre. The informal opening will take place one day early next week, when a warm welcome will be given to all members of His Majesty's Forces.
20 October 1917 - Gentlewoman - London, London, England