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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1905.
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CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN AND DOYS.
Craftsmen of many trades have devoted months of untiring effort to make this day th
greatest Omaha has known. The merry jingle of the bells will be heard everywhere, rinerincr out the nroela-
mation that the great day for which every tension has been strained
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Is notably announced. All day long we welcome you.
A stringed band of twenty pieces will entertain you. The addition of a spacious
Main Floor Salesroom will interest you. The achievements of carpenters, metal
workers, electric workers and painters will charm you. Useful, artistic bells will
be given you to join the tinkling throng.
Ik Modern Clothes Exposition
New Overcoat Stocks that stand unequaled in point of variety and splendor. Fore
most showing of new shades in Fail Suits for Men and Young Men. Opening display of
the reigning fads in Fail Hats. High Art Boys' Clothes for Autumn and Winter control
ing exclusively for Omaha the following world famed makes:
The Stein Bloch Co. Sturm Mayer Q. Co. G&rsoiv Mayer & Co.
B. Kuppenheimer & Co. The Washington Co. - David Adler Q Co.
k A. B. Kirschbaum Co. "The Atterbury System"
Which ensemble embraces all worthy makes In America. InTOlylng every commanding novelty of the
season in over 8,000 popular designs and colorings. The favored fashion centers on the coat of longer
proportions than hitherto cut on graceful self conforming lines London greens, greys, browns and
n0-t2-H5-$t8-$20-22'M-$25 to 40
M ANNIVERSARY LEADER
Special Offering of Suits and Overcoats at $15
This price has ever been a central
vme, and men of moderate means will
welcome the news of more than twice
the former assortment' to be found
here, because of enlarged selling space.
This offer today is as a leader for our
opening, upon which all thought of
profit has been eliminated. Positive
$20.00 values. Men's Sack Suits of
worsted and unfinished fabrics, live ef
fects and plain shades; new lapels,
close fitting collars, shaped and box
bark, with "center step" and double
vents, or plain. Rain Coats, Top
Coats, Overcoats each garment made
in generous proportions to Insure ab
Nothing hut exclu
sive Suits and Overcoats in the lot.
A SUPERB FULL DRESS SECTION
'A great portion of our remodeled second floor will be devoted to the display of Full
Press, Tuxedo Frlnce Albert, English Walking and Cutaway Frock Suits. The approaching Ak-Sar-Ben Ball,
the Horse Show, Theaters and Autumn and Winter FeKtivltles render these garments more than ever neces
sities. Apart altogether from the propriety of these garments there is nothing so refreshing as to throw off
the suit you've been at business with and step into something real nobby.
SPECIAL VALUES IN OUR ENLARGED BOYS' DEPARTMENT
Our Boys' Department is replete with exclusively confined garments, in all the
fads for little men novelties many steps in advance of styles shown anywhere hereabouts and prices are distinc
tively lower Etons, Buster Browns, Buddy Tucker, Double-breasted Blouse, Norfolk and Double- l TK
breasted .Knee Pants Suits, with bloomer, trousers or straight grand special values $3.50 to $S.50 II
An extraordinary offer in Boys' School Suits double-breasted pure wool suits sizes 4 to 16 KM
Program Evening 7:30
Program Afternoon 2:30
1. March College Life Frandsen
2. Selection Babes In Tojiand Victor Herbert
3. Concert Waltz Wedding of the Winds
4. Serenade Moonlight
6. March Eagles
6. Overture Poet and Peasant ,
7. Cornet Solo Because ,
8. Medley The Big Firm
9. March Bright Eyes, Goodbye
10. Selection Twirley Whirley
11. Popples A Japanese Romance
12. Waltzes Wllhelmlnla
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1. March The Giggler
2. Selection Mamselle Napoleon
3. Paraphrase Melody In F
4. Serpentine Dance
5. March Back, Back, Back to Baltimore.
6. Selection Woodland
7. Trombone Solo Romance
R. Medley Girl With the Baby Stare
9. Overture Sunrise
10. Spring Song
11. Selection Prince of Pllsen
12. National Airs
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It Is -a Foregone Conclusion That
Men Who Admire High Class Clothes Will Enjoy This Exposition