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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910.
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AKE a list of those to whom you are going to give Christmas
presents, then come here and find out what to give. Whether
it be a little remembrance or an elegant gift you'll find something in our
vast assortment of NEW head-to-foot outfittings to please everybody
LARGEST and BEST selected stock of everything that men, women
and children like best. And it's a pleasure and a profit to do your holi
day shopping in the beautiful NEW M & K STORE. Welcome!
OVERCOATS in Auto, Raglan and
Chesterfield , models; Presto, Con
vertible and Velvet collars; newest ma
terials and patterns, unequaled variety
and values, $15 to $40.
UITS for every man and young
man in every new model, fab
ric and design. AH NEW and de
pendable. Great values, $15 to $35
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VERY TIME ho snuelos into ono of tlicse
"comfy anl cozy bath robes he will pleas
antly remember your Christmas gift of 1 ! 1 0 .
Our's are so well made and styled that he will
spread the remembrance over several seasons of
wear. All the newest effects in Terry cloth and blan
ket bath robes attractively priced
$3.50 to $7.90
() man can have too
many pair?, wheth-
EX do not ask yon to shoulder their burdens.
AVc do not expect you to burden their shoul
ders. Therefore, we sell you the sort of sus
penders for their Christmas gift that are comfortable
in the wearing and pleasing to the eye. The gift
boxes make them even more so. Rich silk effects, as
well as the inexpensive sorts, all richly trimmed.
25c to $1.00
T any reasonable price you can seWt horo nr,
umbrella that any man will take pleasure in
carrying. All the designs are artistic in fash
ioning and rich in appearance.
$2 to $5.00
er they arc to be
used for street wear, social
functions, motoring or driving.
We have all sorts, all grades,
all shades, all sizes and all in
strict conformity with tho
fashionable requirements of
$2 to $5
Fownes and I'pdegraf silk
lined and unlined cape, kid
and mocha gloves, $ 1 to $2.50.
Angora lined kid and mocha
gloves, $1 and $1.50.
Fur and plush auto gloves
and mittens, $1 and $1.50.
I'pdegraf fur lined gloves,
$3.50 and $5.
MOKIXO jackets have in recent years been so i
well appreciated by men as a happy Chr'st-f
mas gift that each year creates a greater de-;
niand for these garments. Each year, therefore, we
offer greater choice of soiprH
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designs to rhdosp from. The utmost in style, o,u-il-
ity and values is presented this season. Vetka inak'
$5 to $12
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T'degraff auto fu:
Golf gloves, 50c,
SLITTERS make Ideal Christmas gifs and tho
ideal slippers are these "home kind." shown in
our shoe store. Styles for men. as pirtured here
Cavalier, .Faust. Everett. Opera and Xuimicrs in tan
$2 to $3.50
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GIFT that is sure to please is a box of Phaw
knit or True Shape hosiery. We have them in
individual Xiuas boxes, assorted colors.
Four pairs $ 1
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EAL Xmas gifts swell
suits and overcoats in
all the new style that
WEATER COATS, ties,
caps, toques, underwear,
shoes and dandy gloves.
50c to $1.50
1.L the newest efects
in E. & , Mon
arch, Eagle, Ca'.u-
$1 to $3
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TALEY and Vassar underwer.r in tinion puits and two
piece garments ss well as other pntcd makes,
met and Manchester shirts.
50c to $5.00
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