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A STOREFUL OF COATS AT SYMON
» "r\ f X I M ! rv Not One of Them Is High Priced Because There Are No High Prices H< TTTt is very generally known by Butte women that at Symons are the largest, most varied and most complete stocks of women s and misses' coats jn g, ♦ They are the biggest and best coat assortments even this store ever brought to town. At each of the various prices we are showing more coats 'better coats at their respective price than we did last year or an> year for that matter. Surely Symons is in a better position by reason of its n " complete coat stocks to better satisfy every woman's coat need and at a greater saving than is any other Butte store. Make it a point to see Symonsc • lines—there's a storeful of them here. 1 niatchh BUTTE'S GREATEST COAT LINE DANDY BLACK PLUSH COATS BUTTE'S GREATEST COATU ! nbk I oats. MottM FM Coat.«. >tetalarr. L i Coat« ar.d Beautiful Wool ' clour Coats .00 Women's and Mi—■*>' Beautiful Black I'lu*h Coats in a Fashionable Belted Mixtet —Ml New TW «ai at t> • » matrh in the tcanl ï nTiïtv T*ii'îi Women's and Misses' Coats of Wool Velours, a Pom-Pom. Kerseys, Che\iots and the New Noielty Mixtures......... y Other coats in th«? selling are fashioiutl from shadow ! u .| included in th , t i plushes all the new K ited some made w ith large collar of keran touches of seal novelty |*ockt*is ; all the x* u,*. . and Mack special price. TWK.NTY-KOI'R-l 11 I Y j \« 11 New Tub Silk Waists SI.95 Us -■ pad Hu-'utai Silk Waists FEATURING GORDON AND FERGUSON FUR COATS Beauty Silk Waists At $4.95 Of Crepe de Chine and (.reorsette SYMONS IS THE SOLE BLTTE AGENCY FOR THESE FAMOUS PURE FUR LAYV FURS Fine Marmot Coats*New Muskrat Coats:-\'at. Muskrat Coats*H u d s o n Seal Coat $69.00:-. $69.00,. nar ' hull ripple belted for a woman! Full 45-inch length »nded rat collar, cuff* ar.d beautiful belted nuxlel . large ea|>e col :ined a very lar in the adjustable style; deep cuff: $95.00 ' X X I. MU. rj> 69c $3.45 $5.90 - ~ : a. • ari woo* vwteur. bei ted ■■ eviiar and deep t*. srs-i button '..' rrmed : : 4 year». X w#el Middie». ma and flannel . rei Girh $7.95 $2.95 Middy Skirt* of $ erge sergi . plaited style « attached . navy blue oi range from ôvto 16 yei special valu $2.95 . Smart Wool Sweaters! " omen > » ■! <»• caters in coat iniH-J folk stslc« ' Made with roll ets and holt; plain and fancy «eitel plain irtid fancy colorings; at ] * ---1 'Korrect' Dress Skirts! New models, fashioned from fin e »t serges, panama cloth, wool porlittsl Hide's high-luster satin; made ii til and full-shirred back models; a; ji nd Mi uses' Sweaters in n and Norfolk styles, lar which may be worn v . in assorted colors ; 3,: $1.95 $179.00/ V Girls* Wool f»lk style ' Made rail 4 Mt «nd pocket; mi t Ulue ..Illy sifcN S8 to 44; I $1J!| COLD-WEATHER UNDERWEAR' ^ AND CHILDREN'S At $2.00 . ASSORTED WEAR VERY CHEAP At 40c At $2.50 At $4.95 At $1.15 At SI.50 At $4.95 At $2.25 --led »-M* J FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN KNITTING AND CROCHETING WITH THE CELEBRATED FLEISHER YARNS «Jrtpki» to «ko« « - u TV H i Wk Tum. FkHUt and com. t ' ' ' ■ the , lu a wt'.-ch arc being k rîN FREE! HALLOWEEN DUNCE CAPS ■ y o-u want to % be -ire A rct*-;-.g V___ J FLANNELETTE GOWNS' FOR "OMEN: A BI(. VALUE AT §1.50 nnclctte night go w full and long ; i ONE-FIFTY EACH At 85c At $1.25 n. ------ . - Flannelette - > embrxndcre-i ; I Nightgowns in open-front ed edge i irk. blue I style white and assorted FIVE CENTS J SHOES NOT HIGH PM AT SYMONS—THE At $2.45 LARGEST STOCKS ARE Little Genta* Shoes ir. Wu cher styles, made from fine .1 calf leather . the sites range from c. extra special for Saturday at TWO-FORTY-FIVE. At $3.25 s ' 1 '** 1 ib * 1 ~ solid Lather. At $2.65 Youth»' School Shoe« in siaes from 1 to t* . made full oak soles ; of tan elk leather ; s are very sturdy. extr^apeci&l at TWO-SIXTY-FIVE. At $2.85 ÏÜ5 c. made ton style for school wear : have he soles; in sises ll 1 -.. to 2; extra good WO-EIGHTY-F1VK. THRU TWENTY-FIVE, At $6.85 Women'» Gray-T*f A In light and dirk d SALE! MEN'S UNDERWEAR KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES Emh rap i n o T \AJ n.P mro Hnnrlr A 4- M D ____ : „ TL _ if_____ ■% . _ ___ Embracing Two-Piece Goods At a Bargain $ 41 OC AND BROKEN LINE- OF MEN- -HIRT- \\I) A ~ M 1 ^25 TÆg .25 1= Values $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 1_ SHIRTS AND DRAWERS—EVERY GARMENT NEW The Very Best Clothes In All America Kurpenheimer clothes are differenr from the nc.oi i _ r .. Kuppenheimer clothes are different from the usual ready-made" clothes for this reason: Thev don't have to be cut down here or hitched around there.in order to fit. They're made to fit. and there's a type of Kuppenheimer suit or overcoat made to fit your type of man. == $25.00, $27.50, $30.00, $32.50, $35.00, $37.50, $40.00 «ool men no. .-a.-hmere, »or-ted and »oof m \ed. A perfect fit for your particular type at any one of the above prices. This means extra care in mak men u '"7 ^ X* in choi « ° f materials (for not all fabrics suit al t P es of It means expert tailoring and expert fitting -in other words, extra value. VtVll be glad to show you through the line today -any day. ts aborted medium heavy and extra heavy weights: 45 natural gray ar.d white; not all sizes ru: all sizes :n the lot as a whole; shirts 34 30 to 50 MEN'S MODEST PRICED SUITS $15.00 It. a! ; F-', : • * • • - .'c »s . .. .l r. . r-v .. _ * ARMY UNDERWEAR MADE FROM HIGH-GRADE WORSTED WD \I\DF pv ubuht-c H t,,.™ l'« ( O.—WORTH I«, HI.E THE «AIE IWE OVETOWSj ROYAL B! EHS of et! bG.e buff SHI AND DRAW e«uLar ("1 an<j an. broke <i $1.25 br CASHMKKE AM) MEBt.NO SKlhTS AND DRAWKKS for raen : Hitp arade »nd cook in buff aini riatur tny : an eitrwordirtfir at, garment - ? . . ; J-1 o $1.25 ' '.o In a!. Butte there is no other such Fifteen-Dollar Suit Line 1 A big complete line embracing all the new materials in all the new patterns and color effects; garments are splendidly tailored and the models are ashionable and desirable. The same good suits you always bought at Symons at FIFTEEN DOLLARS. $1.25 f S Y WORSTKD SHIRTS \ND DR \U E.Rn in natural gray. maile acrordinjE to government specifir^ tf«>ns ; cb/sed front ahn $i*es arc broken ; nar $1.25 I BUHE'S BIG OVERCOAT LINE $18.00 s - - NKEDI.E WOHSTED S MIHTS AND DRAWERS; rnediam wriah- : mo«t of the garments are whit..-; romc- in natural gras ; big bargain, gar't "To Reduce the Cost . Living, Lise Symons" MISTS portme PfCfiÿ These men's overcoats at Eighteen Dollars present a chnncin„ r . u no other store in the state is able to match. The garments am facb Ch in either plain or belted models; single or double breasted rnt lon ? d Plain black, brow» and in a number of S Ä ' n t O EIGHTEEN DOLLARS. ' ' beSt at SJT 9 -i ' me in natural <T»i o — Ol.^D - gras big bargain, gar't $1,25 ciuniLtn UULLAKS. LOWEST PRICES FOR BOYS' CLOTHING BIG LINE OF MEN'S MACKINAWS Best Value in Butte AT $7.90 Heavy in weight and a quality of mackinaw cloth that you usually find »*? BlO.OO garment* about town! Norfolk style, with belt and storm collar ; all the most desirable plaids in all the best color combinations ; from 36 to 52 : specially priced. SEVEN-NINETY EACH. J PARENTS OF BOY s ARE GREATLY INTERESTED IN SUCH VALUES AS THESE At $5.00 ...... At $5.90 in ";" «• At $6.90 „ * At $6.90 Bo,, ' •-» j J Bwys aught San i *»f pants; m»v i sturdy qualu.> and brown novelty mixture ef- fect* others of mackinaw cloth *•' ' tr-r.-n -tyl- »ixe» 3 to IT yean. U ,t * -e in BsitUr FIVE-NINETY — .$ Salts of good weight faut color ; trench iSU'l't' b-b iCrct ; full I '»«ut. . , UI . wl .n made m , g SIX-NINETY. ' s> C.lrl.' Mart,. nasr. m the newest plaid effect,, in all the bet rotor comhina madr with ,tnrm rollar »I Uunllty ; sizes li) to 16 "To Reduce the Cost of Living, Use Symons" SIX-NINETY. ^ ÆÈ.* j^lOMISbfORTIK^^ J SAFE ROBBING IS l PUZZLE 10 POLICE Luzon Cafe Broken Into—No Footmarks in Snow and Case is a Mystery. A -life robberj »as repon.-l at an eanv hour thin morning by th- pro prietor of the l.uxon cafe on South A r.«or.« -Ireel. < .fri er Hheelian rw detailed on the caae. According to h** officer, the pr wl Ilia t>Uv ' through th»* n There were no foot 1 »? »now and the matter 1 rn -ter, Although the oken into. 1150 contained Hr. w:m untouched. WAR INDUSTRIES BOARD CHAIRMAN HAS RESIGNED Washington. OcL 2 *.—Frank A. Krott if f'tevelaad, f.hio ha« resigned aa hairman of the war IndoatrlM hoard iia<- of ill lo-aith be. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE POST OFFICER WATCHES ATTEMPTED ROBBERY Man Arrested and Sent to the County Jail for Term of 30 Days. While Marry lin.wn had hi« hand in another nmn'a pœket in the (Jem aajoon at a late hour laut night, of ficer Sheehan war watching through the «.. loon window lie arrested lirown took him to the city Jail. I AAbiity this morning sent I to the county jail for 30 day«. DOWNTOWN BATHHOUSE RAIDED BY POLICE Nix person«, three men and three i ' 1 ft ere arrested this morning in I* upon a li^hhouae at fhe corner Of Broadway and Main btrset. John . , w , h " hlaced a bond of lino, Si rs ',"*" ' hariaon, $25; Marie Pencil. $.5; LuHl* Robfrl*. $20. and Amy Drown $10. Subscribe for the Butte Deity Poet. ISSUES IN ODDER TO CLUB OFF SIDEWALKS Chief Says Violators Will Be Arrested First Thing To morrow Morning. chiX'pm'.r; con8uitwi with ing re,ul m , ,rPhy thls mor " walk- ..... r inat al walk« in Hutte be r in.. P0 a # Aitmim i - neared of «now. A« re«t« will » . m , r,t * ared ot «now. win be made the fir. t lhing tomorrow morning and :lII offenders taken to police court. CiPRIANO CASTRO IS ASKED TO LEAVE ISLE OF TRINIDAD Port of Spain, Trinidad, Oct. 26.— t iprlano Contro, former president of \ cnesueia, iius been requested by the government to leave Trinidad. The general protested against being com pelled to sail at this season, but is preparing to depart. He attributes , . „ ,\ merit** his expulsion t> ,ion „ . has General Castre • for years. fiudinB against him. service agents ''...„eiiiri* mer dictator l, l rk short stay In N<1 MASQim^ At the Scandia Ï7— Adv. I,all S* 1 "" the aune MIL], ft!, POSTS'