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THE S.UN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1919.
es and With thekoose the'fex the BraiW AutMQ.ds I V whispering their HI III I CofAes WcA Mate With Heather and Scarlet Leaves 'OODS and winds are whispering their secrets, before the great frost comes. On the morning breeze there floats a challenge to the tanned cheek and the leather jacket. The big game rifle has been limbered up for moose and mountain sheep; the shotgun is oiled and ready for snipe and duck in the lowlands or quail in the hillside thickets. It's corduroys and hunting boots for the men and women bound for Maine; thornproofs for the stubble; sturdy shooting jackets and waders for those in quest, of . the shore birds. And it's guns--always a new gun to be added to equip ment selected here from the largest assortment in exist- ence, despite a worldwide scarcity. HE new season has brought new fabrics and new models for both men and women designs and adap tations worked out by Abercrombie & Fitch designers and tailors, in been even in- simplicity which smartness, creased and the necessary retained. The new season has also brought the wide increase in assortments de manded by the most rapidly growing business of its kind in the worldi Abercrombie & Fitch designers and tai lors a compact organization in constant touch with the actual demands of the greatest inter national sportsmen, sportswomen and travelers deal with this one type of clothes alone. One of the Many Abercrombie & Fitch Fall Topcoats T HEN there's the fox, throwing the hounds off as he lopes along tne stone wall and jumps and doubles back quite the leader of Fall styles in riding clothes, when the hunt club trails along. For next week it's October again, and November is in sight, and the call of the fields is ringing as clear as the church chimes on the hill! TWEEDS and homespuns donned in town luncheon atthe Ritz a stimulating spin over Long Island roads, with a peep of cornflowers and blue asters between the fleeting hedgerows what season can match it? Even the golf links, ever whimsical, have saved their best for the last, with fairways fresh and springy and putting greens Bmooth as-velvet. I Jst- .B M1 'EN'S clothes for Autumn, and Win ter, now ready for service in the Abercrom bie & Fitch store, include a wide variety of city and country sack suits of im ported English, , "irish, aiotch and Welsh Tweeds and homespuns, and their own thornproofs. These suits are particularly useful, as they may be worn in town with pro priety and are the logical clothes for travel. Golf suits, riding suits, hunting suits and the topcoat, hat or cap, booU and shirts, which best comport with each outfit. Motor coats, storm coats and rain coats which are unusual combinations of sturdiness and smartness, embodying the best that England furnishes with the best that Abercrombie & Fitch tailors can make of fabrics specially im ported by this house. Tweed Golf Suits Fall Assortments of Infinite Variety B iOYS and youths have come in for greatly increased attention, befitting their importance, as the future sportsmen and captains of industry, in the Abercrombie & Fitch Fall assortments. The schoolboy may now select suits, topcoats, overcoats, hats and caps, as well as shoes, with that atmosphere of thoroughbred Abercrombie & Fitch fitness which he has envied in his father's clothes from the same place. Homespun Suits to Which City, Country Travel Arc One - and N V I GORATING, bracing, inspiriting tuning body and brain for the Winter campaign in town the first consideration in all this Autumn sport is the comfort and character of the outdoor clothes you wear. The greatest sporting goods store in the world has always paid first attention to clothing the outdoor man and woman, the sportsman, the traveler and the explorer, in a manner to furnish utmost comfort and enjoyment. Riding to hounds or driving off the first tee, journeying by sleeper and palatial steamer to Hong Kong or exploring in Tibet, shooting in Maine or motoring on the grand tour, Abercrombie & Fitch clothes long since came to be the inter nationally accepted standards. The Cold Rains of November Cannot Ruffle Its Poise V 'OMEN'S suits, topcoats, hats, skirts, shirts, sweaters, waistcoats, riding clothes what further message is necessaiy than that the Abercrombie & Fitch Fall and Winter models are ready in all their completeness? The announcement has become a metropolitan, event much of the same recognized import as that of the annual Horse Show and the opening of the Opera. The smell of the heather and the tang of the wind there is a picture of out door freedom and enjoyment, a scene of the countryside or the brilliant Autumn woods, linked with every item in this wonderfully complete establishment. There are boots and turbans, berets and brogues, stocks and crops which one would look for far in vain. In outdoor footwear no such selections exists else where in the world. HE Abercrombie & Fitch custom departments, for both men and women, have expanded in size and importance in consonance with the general ex pansion of the business. Your special orders will be executed with the utmost promptness, from a selection of tweeds, homespuns, camel's hair and other imported woolens not to be duplicated in this country. T Sturdy Outfits in Which You Bid Stubble and Thorns ' Defiance Write for New Illustrated Booklets onAutumn Outdoor Clothes for IF omen, Men, Girls and Boys abercrombie & Fitch Co- Ezra H. Fitch, President Madison Avenue and Forty-fifth Street, New York THE GREATEST SPORTING GOODS STORE IN THE WORLD 1 99 Outdoor Clothes for 'Boys Which Rival Those of Their Fathers ii J t ( ' r!