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To every woman who is concerned with or merely interested in what is broadly called the woman’s question, but which really means the thousand-and-one develop- ments in education, art, hIterature, employment, and every phase of the modern woman’s life, a volume just published by Messrs. A. and C. Black. ” The Englishwoman’s Year- took and Directory, 1915,” must make an irresistible appeal. Edited by G. E. hlitton, it is well up to date, comprehensive, and reliable. In a word, it is a work which no intelligent woman should be without. The great linen house of Robinson and Cleaver, whose London Linen Hall is a landmark in Regent Street, is holding a sale which should not be missed by lovers of bargains. A catalogue will be sent, but it may be men- tloned that Messrs. Robinson and Cleaver are including all classes of their s’ock–l nens, curtains, lingerie, robes. blouses, gloves, handkerclhiefs, hosiey, laces, men’s wear, etc., to make an absolute clearance. Thousands of items suitable for every purchaser are offered at bargain prices. This great sale commenced on Monday, and no time should be lost in taking advantage of so unpre- cedented an opportunity.