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16 THE NEW YORK MAGAZINE PROGRAM DUNLAP America's Smartest Hats [[image]] Dunlap has made it unnecessary, for even the most particular, to have their hats made to order FROM $5 [[image]] DUNLAP Biltmore Shop 339 Madison Ave NEW YORK "Is yours the DUNLAP, sir?" ALL the modern men's clothes for the production "AS THOUSANDS CHEER" were designed and tailored by C. Dobler & Co., custom tailors, famous with three generations of best-dressed New Yorkers for Style, Quality, Workmanship. We invite inspection of our FALL importations. C. DOBLER & CO. Tailors to the Discriminating Since 1857 14 East 46th Street New York [[image]] WHAT the MAN WILL WEAR Continued the riding stock from the good grace of the true sportsman. To be sure, the white riding stock is stiffly ceremonious and its vogue, in consequence, has been on the decline. However, the new stocks are both smart and flexible. Besides, they lend the needful note of brilliant color that is in tune with being a-mount when "fair laughs the morn and soft the zephyr blows," as the poet warbles. [[image]] Riding Stocks Get Gay The stock shown here is of English Spitalfields silk printed with white spots against a red background. This cravat is tied in the full Ascot shape with broad aprons. It is fastened with a gold horseshoe pin to pile Pelion upon Ossa and horse upon horse. MORNING: As the children followed the Pied Piper out of Hamlin, so Americans are falling in step behind the well-turned-out Londoner and wearing town overcoats of clearly formal cut. This is as it should be, for the longtime jumbling of town with country made the judicious grieve and the malicious gloat. Nothing is so laughable as fashion off its beat. [[image]] Formal Lines For Town The smart town overcoat is the fly-front Chesterfield of the sort illustrated alongside. It may have the plain collar or the velvet collar, but it must be longish and figure-flexing. The collar-notch is low and lapels are peaked. Skirts are full without that flippant flare which is the badge of the shoddy-smart garment. As a bit of a sporting touch, the change pocket is sometimes added above the right side-pocket. It has the warrant of utility, anyway, and that is more than can be said of a sheaf of fashions. -BEAUNASH. Addresses where merchandise described in the foregoing can be obtained may be had from the New York Theatre Program Corporation, 108-114 Wooster Street, New York City. THE MUSIC BOX 17 FIVE MINUTES FROM THIS THEATRE [[image]] CPC CASINO IN CENTRAL PARK [[image]] AFTER THE THEATRE EDDY DUCHIN AND HIS CENTRAL PARK CASINO ORCHESTRA GOMEZ & WINONA TITO GUIZARE RESERVATIONS RHINELANDER 4-3034
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