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THERE arc the Twentieth Century Limited, the Pennsyl?
vania Special, and the Express Elevators to The Man's
Shop at Lord &. Taylor's?a floor whose lofty windows
look straight down into the heart of Fifth Avenue,
It is a new thing tor the man about town to discuss. Occupy?
ing the tenth floor of the store. The Man's Shop is like a
man's planet, all to itself, with the busy city moving about
From it one gets a bird's-eye view, not alone of the accepted
styles in clothes, but of London's newest raincoats and single
stud evening shirts?o? the latest gloves and the bootmaker's
finest products?of this Fall's Spitalfields squares, and brushed
yarn stockings from the Highlands ? of lounge robes from
England and motor scarfs from Zurich.
Atop the Lord & Taylor Stor
An Institution New to the Metr?polis, with Express Elevators
which Lift One Instantly into a Realm of Complete Masculinity
For The Man's Shop is unique among shops?immaculately,
splendidly masculine?offering in ready-for-service form acorn?
plete wardrobe selected from the best the world affords for the
busy man or the man of leisure, each article characterized by
that correct simplicity7 and quietness of taste whose prime
requisite is quality.
All in a setting as interesting as that of a most realistic play,
[here is an appropriate background tor the business and street
suits and topcoats; quite a different one for the requirements
of the traveler and the sojourner in foreign parts; and yet
another for the male characters in the metropolitan society
drama, with its weddings, its afternoon sauntering^ and its opera
?with the evening clothes actually shown in evening shadows.
fhe'Maivs Shop distinctly is a spot to visit.
f You Are in
T 7HEN a man from the West
strike the Hudson River at
nects to find something
. i mospheric difference,
in dress, a different
i ;ement o? trie elegances of life.
is i earing New York?the
::.?? the v\ orld.
; ? on Manhattan lie
thrill 5 with " c realization o? his
expect is. He has reached that
Murray Hill ? the
? the greatest hotels and the
finest ho an : ? in the world.
on eit lei lostwon lerful
We, too, who live in this metro?
politan district, whether boni here
or true Manhattanites from orner
sections of the globe, constantly ?ee?
? e thrill when we \ isit this
most attractive sphere oi human
in the center of this plateau, on
the Avenue, a short walk from any
of the great railway terminals, is the
Lord &.. Taylor store, atop of which,
at the end of an express-elevator trip
of twenty seconds is The Man's
Shop ? the journey's end if you are
in quest of What a Man Wants.
It is a shop so new in character fhat
New Yorkers are still talking about it
?-presenting the best that New York,
London and Paris can offer. The
greater his hurry, the more pressing
his demand, the more vividly will the
limitless resources of this shop shine
If it be a suit o? Scotch tweeds, he
will find it. If it is a suit of English
blue diagonal, he will find it. If it is
a mixture, a herringbone, a brown or
business-like gray or check, the suit
will be readily forthcoming.
IN overcoats, he will find the same
conservative taste and perfect tit.
in a numerous selection made o? ma?
terials imported by Lord ek faylor'i
Man's Shop and made up by leading
Among the scores of imported coat
he will find English Guards' Coats, oi
the type worn by the Prince of Wales;
and raincoats of those strictly British.
materials which are not imitated else?
where?made for this shop by London
coatmakers. Then there is the Ashe
ville Coat, made of the famous Bih
more hand-loom homespuns woven
at Grove Park Inn, North Carolin;.. -
a coat sold exclusively by this shop
which has obtained the sole right to
offer this sturdy homespun in ready
R if it be a golf suit, made in
England, or made here of Englisl ;
ds, or a pair of Scotch golf hose
which only an Edinboro house would
be expected to supply, or a pair of
Pom Logan golf shoes?he may be
fitted and on his way to the links
without loss o( time.
The Man's Shop
Branch o? New Jersey Bureau of Licenses for Motoring
An Added^Service in The Man's Shop
Whatever his desires?he will notre
annoyed uith 'novelties " fusl
filings that men of tue world are using
he will find here, ?elected by a rigid
standard oi correctness ? some new
with the season others appro1 :d b)
In the underweai ? >flei e? ? h will
find adequate assortments from th<
teat underwear makers of England,
as well as of the \ nited States in
che lounge tobes and house gowns,
everything from an Englisl lam
the richest of import! ? caded silks
?quite the largest assort: tent h has
Where he mighl expect to find a
lew offerings of imported wo
hosiery, just now so much in /ogue
tor street wear, he will find probabh
the largest assortments ever broi hi
to America?with wide selections oi
imported French lisle and silk hosiery.
?HIRTS in such variety of fa! i
and patterns that they well :
exhaust the range?and every
distinctly desirable, ? ??? ippi ?
mg the venturesome in color or
m: the ready - to - weai assort
ments Lacked up with a custom
And particularly evening Ores*
shirts and collars, which are asunques ?
tionably correct as the evening clothes
and boots, and all the evening circs
accessories shown in trie room espe
? iallv set ?[ art for th
One could keep on, mentioning?
pajamas, from the sheerest India silks
-j imported flannels; sweaters and
knitted golf waistcoats; walking
boots, bro; ues, oxfords arid dancing
shoes; tweed '..api, telt and \elour
hats?until a wardrobe trunk would
c neede I tor one's purchase:
hat a Man Wants is ail here?
md What a Man's Chauffeur Wants,
as well, even co a chauffeur's over?
coat ..en?:;? mported English
I he Man's Shop extends - ou a coi
dial invitation to call
? his morning, tins nooi :
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