Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 31, 1912, Page 8, Image 8
g ' ' THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE; MARCH 31, 1912. A i . . .. .. . ; x 1 r- - ... : ..... .... Tailo -Made- Clothes v Reflei Your duality! ma . t T t I 2 X The man who goes to -a merchant tailor has definite ideas of his own regarding the fashioning of This garments. He goes with the intention of having 4iis clothes built to conform with his individuality. ' He realizes that every man, according to his habits or occu pation, develops slight inaccuracies of figure that only exact meaiuring and expert fitting can overcome. The use of one arm more than another may manifest itself in a slight varia tion in the swing of the shoulders. The' manner of car riage makes it almost, impossible for the same collar to fit well on any two men. Two or five or ten men-may have the same chest measurement, but there the similarity in figure will end. Each will require a different treatment, provided a perfect fit is desired. And there ii just as much in the proper building of the trousers. The good dresser is just as particular about the hang and cut of his trousers as about the rest of his apparel. And trousers that fit must - be made a little differ ently for each individual.. The merchant tailors of Omaha whose announcements appear below, are ready to ihow you the newest spring fabrics in the various weaves and you can see the cloth in the piece. 'They take this method of reminding you the spring season is upon you, even though the weather has been a little backward. They are ready to make clothes that will fit you and you only. I It pays to be particular... You should be just as particular about the clothes you wear as I am about the clothes I make. It pays me, and you will be well repaid for getting acquaint ed with my tailoring methods. Spring Suits, $35 to $50. Edward Johnson Second Floor City National Bank Bldg. Spring Tailoring ! New Fabrics-New Styles-New Colors '. I am showing the prettiest and new- i est weaves in the city materials that can be had only in my store, " ' . . IF IT'S MADE BY MI IT'S C0ERECT1 MADE TO ORDER-MADE TO TIT MADE TO SATISFY JOHN A. RYLEN Second Floor Phone Me Red 2784. Paxton Block 16 th and Faraam New Spring Woolens , Our Spring fabrics ar$ now here and , , , ready for inspection. This line is by far ; c ; the finest ever shown in the city, consist- ' ing of all the very latest shades. ' ; My reputationguarantees the work- manahip. I ' Suits made by ns always satisfy. ' G. A. LINDQUEST 235-236 Paxton Block Springtime ., V ' Are you going to meet it with heavy, cumbersome winter togs, OR... ' ... .are you going to see Dresner about .lighter, neater appearing clothes for . "sunshine" weather? $25.00 to $50.00 nRirHFR The Tailor 1515 Farnam Street NICOLL'S SPRING WOOLENS CRITICAL Men, who dress tastefully, know and appreciate the fact that NicolTs fabrics reflect the cleverest conceptions of each season's output and that in no other store does equal ' style and quality prevail at so nominal a cost. Suits $25 to 550. Trousers $8 to $11 t t . k WILLIAM JERREMS' SONS. 209-211 So. 15th St. Earbach Block. Come on in Here! W wtsk to .iKnit that we fce mwI fce errtoee of M. Warmer tfe lltmr qnIIii t nm la Tork fzttstiMf kia art mt eiotkae '-"-f Our new Spring1 fabrics are in. All the newest shades.' When we make a garment the wear- er is proud of it He shows it to his , friends and points' with pride to its style and fit ' OUS PATRONS ARE ALWAYS PLEASED Suits that rait $25 to $40 Counsman Tailoring Co. - TKDDIE CDCXBMAX, Proprietor. Ground floor Brandeis Theater Bid;. - -Entrance, Douglas Street . - .'" Tailor Made Glothes Are'Real Economy A suit made to order by my skilled; tailors costs - you very little more than an ordinary ready-to-wear affair that ives von nnwWp 1 - 1 utai inc oaiidiaiiuii ur bcrvice. Spring Suits to Your Ueasure $25?? to $40-? $100 ' THIS COUPON $2.00 Will b accept m k 1.0 parmeat oa aar salt ordered Mondar. Tneedar or Wedoeedar. April 1. 1. and t. Only one coupon accepted oa each order. TAILOR BECX. ,. t I s c -A'