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. 3, 1936>

_HE_ _ I ANS DA any

WAGE THIRTEEN

Pressing Gov
In WardroJ
More and more men are learning
o appreciate the comfort of a dress-
hg gown study session at home or
s something to keep you warm at
reakfast. The dressing gown is no
anger an old robe to be slipped on
n the way to the morning bath-it
a a smart item of clothing to be used
t all times of the day at home.
ressing gowns are available in a
reat variety of fabrics and patterns
nd the careful shopper will have
ttle difficulty in finding an ideal

n Finds DeJ
be OfComfor
gown in any good store today.
Here are shown a variety to suit
every taste. The seated figure wears
a boldly patterned woolen dressing
gown, warm and comfortable for chil-
ly days. A gown of this type is pre-
ferred by staid seniors. The man
leaning against the fireplace is in a
jacquard silk gown with a satin col-
lar, cuffs and sash. This gown is not
as warm as the woolen variety, but is
smart for launging wear and takes
up but little space if packed.

nite Place New Wool Shirt
j- Gives warmth
°t-Lovin'A an v".I

Shoes For Different
Uses Are Shown
As in all departments of the mas-

k . .

W ith CoIM ort culine wardrobe, shoes have a defi-
nite character depending upon their
The central figure wears a cash-t psh
mere flannel dressing gown in a smart There is an old saying to the effect purpose. The first shoe shown in this
herringbone pattern. The collar, cuffs that one woolen undershirt gives the illustration is a black calf semi-
and sash are in a smart tartan design equivalent warmth of two overcoats, brogue model. This shoe has a
in contrasting colors. This warm and dmI straight toe cal carrying perforations
practical gown is favored by men who and while this may not be scientifi- srih o a arigproain
pefericl ohes haared pyleasan dif cally true, the woolen undershirt cer- and is smart for informal town wear.
prefer clothes that are pleasantly -aThe middle shoe is the accepted
ferent. tainly gives a great deal of warmth shape of the country brogue. In
On the right is shown a short and protection through the cold win- brown calf or Scotch grain, its wing
length dressing gown of heavy Bar- ter. Unhappily ve,.y few men wear tip shape and rugged character make
ather silk. This smart but simple these any longer as for some obscure it the ideal shoe for campus wear.
gown has a variety of uses, packs ;cason they are not considered as Lighter weights on this same last are
well. smart as the cotton variety so pop- suitableforoccasionsoamoredressy
- ular today.
- - - -Per haps one reason why the wool-
en undershirt is being discarded is
that wool next to the shin is extreme-
ly scratchy and uncomfortable. An
uo-to-date manufacturer has over-
N come this difficulty by making a
woolen undershirt which has- a fine
cotton ilining. All the comrfort of
cotton against the skin is thus en-
h joyed, with the additional comfort
and warmth of wool being thrown in
for good measure. The shirt illus-
l ' Ytrated above is cut on the lines of a
smart pull-over and has a crew neck
s ;. ~and ribbed cuffs. It is obtainable not ',.
only in plain white, but also hunting R
yellow.
3 Below it is shown a new type of
jockey short, which has the added
feature of slenderizing the waist and
supporting sagging a b do in i n a 1{
muscles. This type of short, recently"
introduced, has already proved its
efficacy and will probably. become
very popular.
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Ties Still Retain Leather Toilet
T opmost Position Cases Make
As Christmas Gifts
Mistletoe and holly will be found Ideal Present
around the Christmas tree Christmas
morning and neckties will be likewise With no hooks or snappers to
inevitable, because they are an ideal bother with, this toilet case takes on
gift for men. Every man must have added charrA for most men. This
a number of them and any increase Talon fastened, alligator skin case,
makes an ideal present. The Talon
zipper fastener is now used in a thou-
sand different ways on masculine

-Copyright 1936, Esquire. Inc. Copyright 1936. ELsqulre, Inc.
in this supply delights him, provided
they are simple in pattern and dis- clothes and accessories, and in every
play goad taste in color. The three case it has proved to be a satisfactory
ties illustrated are exemplary in their form of closure.
good taste achieved partly through Bedroom slippers are almost as
simplioity. traditional a gift as neckties at
Here are illustrated three smart Christmas time and they 'still con-
mufflers for country and town wear. tinue popular and practical. Few
The uppermost i a woolen muffler in men go to the trouble of buying
f slippers themselves, and few men are
not delighted to receive a pair as
a present.
Below are shown two types of prac-
tical bedroom slippers whidh coi-
z. bine comfort and smartness. They
are of simple accepted designs and
in excellent taste.

-Copyright 1936, Esquire, Inc.

-Copyright 1936, Esquire, Inc.

sort.

The third shoe in the group

is the black calf town last shoe hav-
ing the new square custom toe. This
shoe is correct for all types of day-
time town use and may be worn with
both business suits and for formal
day wear._

-Copyright 1936, Esquire, Inc.
mere muffier, essentially designed
for use in the country, but also ac-
ceptable for wear in .town.

-Copyright 1931 ] squire, Inc.
a Glen Urquhart plaid design. The
center muffler is an overall figured
foulard muffler for town wear, and
the third is a shepherd's check cash-

Town Glove Offered 'Kit Of Basic Blends
The great difficulty in finding suit-
able gloves for town wear during the Of Tobacc Offered
colder months is in getting a glove
which is not only smart but suffici-
ently warm. There is now available It has long been the preference
an extremely good-looking glove of of connoisseurs of pipe tobacco to
tan cape instead of the more con- n
I blend their own smoking mixtures.
ventional woolen or fur-lined glove.
This glove has a lining of yellow Unfortunately, many men have to
chamois. The two thicknesses of content themselves wnin blending
l .ather provide a small air pocket recognized brands which come al-
between them which acts as an in- ready mixed: The basic tobaccos
sulator. The resulting glove is not from which the blends are made by
nearly as bulky as the other varieties the great tobacco companies are of-
and yet gives the same ,warmth that ten difficult to -find outside of large
many of the more cumbersome and cities, but a farsighted concern has
unwieldy winter gloves provide. placed on the market a kit which
contains as assortment of these basic
tobaccos, so that 'any man can exper-
ighly Prized iment to produce the perfect mixture
g I for his own taste.

Ir

-FOR CHI
Give him

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Hunting Wear Hi
By The Mod

RISTMAS
a DOBBS

ern Outdoor Man

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.-

The sportsman today is in a posi-
tion to enjoy a great variety of recre-
ations. Some, men specialize in only
a few :of these sports. Others go in;
for almost all of them. In choosing
a gift for a man of this type, make
sue that you buy something that will
fit ;in with his particular,-hobby, and
that is not a duplicate of something
he already possesses. -
The boldly patterned lumber jacket
shirt shown in this illustration is a
useful addition to practically any
type of outdoor wear. It may be worn
for skiing, ice skating, and is excel-

lent for shooting as well.
Below it is shown a nicely balanced
16-gauge double barrel shotgun. No
gun lover ever has enough guns, so
this is one department in which a
duplicate is by no means unwelcome.
Before selecting such a present, it
would be wise to ascertain as tact-
fully as possible the most acceptable
of gifts, as a variety of gauges are
available and guns for different pur-
pcses have very different specifica-
tions.
A pair of ice skates with shoes
attached have long been a highly

prized gift by boys and young men. It
must not be forgotten that older men
also like ice skating, and many of
them would welcome such a present
with the same enthusiasm as the
youngsters do.
In the lower left hand corner is
shown a portable motion picture
camera. Extensive experimentation
with these has produced a camera
which is very simple to operate and is
most compact. Such a camera re-
quires practically no training to use
and produces most satisfactory films
which may be developed at home. As
well as being great fun to operate,
the pictures provide a permanent
record of lasting value.

to a et th + '

Christmas

Spirit cones

from

giving to those whom you love
and admire.
Fiegel's offer you a complete
selection of Gifts for Men and
Boys, including . .

SUITS...... $19.50

to $44.50

""

OVERCOATS $16.50 to $95.00

SHIRTS. .$1.50,

$2.00,

$2.50

TIES ..........55c o $1.50

SHOES...... $5.00

to $8.50

ACCESSORIES
for Men and Boys

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