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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY,' NOVEMBER 6. 1908
$1 to $5
; -never in our business career have we been able to offer our trade suchsuperior
overcoats as we are now showing. Fashion's edict admits of numerous styles; each as correct
in style as the other, and each style has its patrons. We spared no effort to secure the
best coats that experience, skill and money could make and if you want to wear , an overcoat
that will place you above the level of the crowd we ask your attention.
the Chesterfield Coat, 45 to 48 inches in length, in black, brown, oxford and neat
mixtures, is always a great favorite. This is the ideal coat for the conservative dresser, or
middle aged man who wants a handsome coat but not an extreme style. We have this pop
ular coat in numerous grades' some are serge lined, some elegantly silk lined all are hand
some and reasonable in price $15 to $40.
the Button Through Overcoat is a recent creation and is intended for the man
who wants a coat with fcdash" in its makeup. Thre are three large pearl buttons which come
through instead of being under the fly as on ordinary coats. The materials are fancy striped
Meltons, Cheviots or Vicunas and for a coat that's smart and' different, stop in and try on a
Button Through Overcoat-$12 to $38.
the Auto is an ideal coat for the man who drives an auto, and while it is built for
the auto, it is equally serviceable as a raincoat or a dress coat; The fabrics are cravenetted
and mostly finer materials. Cut to button close to the neck and slashed at the side in order to
make pockets accessible. It if constructed along modern lines and will be appreciated by
every motorist--$12.50 to $25.
-the Raincoat of today is a coat of many functions. It answers for an overcoat,
is a great protection in cool weather, gives-a man a well dressed appearance and affords a cer"
tain degree of waterproof protection on rainy days. The models are loose and of a generous
length. They come in a variety of fabrics in tan, olive, gray mixtures and black. We want to
add a word of caution. Look well to the; fabric in buying a raincoat. The cheapest material can
be as easily cravenetted as the best, but a cheap rain coat is nothing short of an abomination.
In buying a raincoat buy as good a quality as you feel you can afford. The best, $18, $20, $22,
$25cheaper grades at $10 and $12.50.
-the Varsity Coat is a coat for the man with a long coat preference they come 52
inches in length and we have them in luxurious garments of Beavers, Kerseys and fancy
material, silk or serge lined and tailored to perfection by experts $10 to $28.
- every good style that is worth having and all colors are represented in our line
the prices range from $10 to $40--buf"we can convince you of nothing by means of a string of
prices, for any house can quote them, but we can convince you of everything if you will allow
us the pleasure of showing you the garments.
- ' - , - we've every wanted and worthy style in boys' overcoats and bur prices are very
moderate. The reefer is always the boys' ideal winter garment. It is a great protection in
heart with joy--$2.95 to $10--long coats for boys $2.95 to $13.50. :
; during the past week we have added many new styles to pur men's and young
men's suit department which is more complete than ever you can turn to the M. 6c K. for any
suit preference you .may have and you'll not be disappointed S7- 50 to $35.