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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1908)
THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
"Men's Fashion Shop"
"I can't befitted with ready-for-service clothes"
says the skeptic. Then he goes on to tell about
a long waistj or long arms, or sloping shoulders,
or something else that necessitates clothes
made to measure. He thinks he's either too
big or too little to be properly fitted.
If such a man would take the trouble to spend
ten minutes in the FASHION SHOP tomorrow,
he will learn his mistake. It once was impos
sible for such a figure to be fitted; not so long
ago, either. It is impossible now, unless the
right store is selected.
But correct fit for every man, the short man, the tall man,
the average sizod man, the swagger young man, or the conserva
tive dresser,' may readily be found in the Fashion Shop.
"Men who know" invariably turn their 'steps toward this
clever clothes shop. The tone and character of Fashion Shop
clothes are making themselves felt wherever good dressers con
gregate and more and more -thoughtful men are beginning to
realize the fallacy of paying extravagant prices for garments
made to measure.
We are now showing an assort
ment of the swagger Schloss
clothes for young men, and a
richjjlignified collectionof clothes
for the modest dresser that are
strictly "flie" things for spring
of 1908. - -
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