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It's a Mother's Duty I to safeguard hen hoa'th—she owes this to the well~being I of her children. Inexperierce or perhaps a little want of I thought at critical times has baused many a woman I years of suffaring Undoubtedly the greatest- cause of B Women's Troubles begin with the wearing of internal 8 instruments- In many cases these cause Cancers and I Tumours. If you are suffering from any abdominal I complaint consult me now. I Consult ME on MONDY NEXT. I WTTRES, WOMEN'S INTERNAMWEAKMK8YS~^l3PLA{rE^ E AND RELIEVED WITHOUT OPERATIONS OR INTERNAL INSTRUMENTS. 1 thought at critical times has baused many a woman I years of suffering. Undoubtedly the greatest- cause of B Women's Troubles begin with the wearing of internal 8 instruments- In many cases these cause Cancers and I Tumours. If you are suffering from any abdominal I complaint consult me now. I Consult ME on MONDY NEXT. I WTTRES, WOMEN'S -CURED- E ANO RELIEVED WITHOUT OPERATIONS OR INTERNAL INSTRUMENTS. 1 1 Illustration depicts my Re- nowned Rupture Belt. Note how evenly the weight :md pressure is distributed. Note how evenly the weight and pressure is distributed. 6 7. Illustration shows my Belt for the cure of Prolapsus Uteri, etc. It takes the strain away from the affected parts and thus permits an early recovery Illustration shows one of my I Appliances for Rupture and Prolapsus Uteri. It is worn without any inconvenience. I I READ THESE CONVINCING TESTIMONIALS. I Writes as follows:—Dear Mrs. Slater— I An Old Patient Thanks for booklet, which I have received this morning. I am glad to say since wearing your Belt my health is much improved. I can also walk with greater pleasure than I had done for years previous to wearing I your appliance and following your advice. Again thanking you. I may say I was the means of my friend, Mrs. H getting her Belt from you, which has done,her a lot of good in all ways.—Yours very sincerely, J. II. II. Mrs. H- getting her Belt from you, gt which has done,her a lot of good in all ways.—Yours very sincerely, JJ J. H. H. A Good Deal Stronger. Dear Mrs. Slater,-Just a line to tell you that I am getting on very well. I can get about better than I could before I saw you. I am a great deal stronger than I was before I got the Belt. I have told many of my riends the good you have done me.—From Mrs. H——- Being Benefited. Dear Madam,—I have been following your instructions and I find I am benefiting by them. The medicine you gave me is also doing me good. Would you kindly forward me the tonic receipt. —Oblige yours truly, )JIrs. B- I Mrs. Clara E. Slater i j WILL VISIT ABERDARE '¡ g ON MONDAY, APRIL 30tH, a at the LIBERAL CLUB INSTITUTE. Hours 1 to 4. g Sf ALL ADVICE FREE. \V..itc, enclo¡ing ld.stamps for postage,for New Illustrated Booklet," Why Internal Instruments Should Not be Worn," to Mrs. Clara E. B I ater, Dept. DI,"Belgrano" Finsbury Parle, London,N4 III

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