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SILK FOR FALL ATTIRE
■JJeai'U nibbed Ottoman and Moire Silks Are Used for the Separate Coat. Dame Fashion accents to an unusual degree the u «e of silken attire for fall and winter. There C re old ...... in the silk merchan dise that will be used for the construction of gishlcreabie garments. Pome of them, while they retain Ihe original names, have taken on euire new characteristics. Others will be used for ssjri ns;os: f° r which they have never hitherto jfceived the sanction of fashion authorities. The most striking fact is that there is likely to be a greater use of silk for street wear than. t:BS ever hitherto been known. This Is because e'.'.ks are now made that ar<> appropriate for this rurp" s*'5 *' Heretofore the silks that were sanc tioned for street use were adaptable only for warm weather, and as soon as the rat cool days of autumn came they sent the chills running &own the back of the beholder. Now we have f pfT silks of sufficiently heavy texture to be ruitnMe fr> r the construction of tailored suits. littl" dresses and separate coats, and their soft lustrous effect is such as to pive the impression of «innth. r« the I ■ ■■ ■ • I •' two or three ... I For Women, Hisses, Girls, Young Men, Boys and Infants. Wide Wale Suits •• Franklin Travelling Coats Exclusive tailored model: long double "l Exclusive full length model of wide vale 1 breasted coat: pleated skirt: of imported. 7Q C|% worsted and English tweeds, long shawl L wide wale worsted, m black and all colors. i >— J%O \J „ , , 6 ««», iu»g »'««" - Value $45.00J collar of velvet. Value $29.50 i French Model Suits Wide Wale Travelling Coats Short coat Suit of camel hair cheviot, in l Full length model of imported wide wale i &*l£i6ES?£&?S&r wo °' ■ 49.50 «-«?. «*•« -7 « "«* f\*°4 Value $75.00 j throughout and interlined. value $39.50 j Women's Waists and Underwear Black Jet Waists Thirty imported black jet Waists, hand embroidered on net, richly beaded, mounted - over silk. Value $20.00, Tosca Crepe Waists Imported colored crepe Waists to match ! Tailored Suits, hand made, hand embroid- - ered, real lace trimmed. Value $23.50 j Women's Fur Coats French Seal Coats Caracul Fur Coats 50-inch model of light weight skins, lined with hand- 52-inch model of superior quality flat skins, handsome some brocaded silk. Value $79.50. brocaded silk linings. Value $115.00. 59.50 75.00 COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND GIRLS' FUR MUFFS AND NECK PIECES. Misses and Girls Girls' Imported Chinchilla Coats Full length model of gray or navy chin chilla, wool lined; 4 to 12 years. Value $15.00 . Nifties' Wide Wale Suits Tailored Suits; long double breasted coat; pleated skirt; of imported wide wale. I PA years. Value $45.00 . New Fashions in Women's Apparel The Subway to Hoyt street brings the Loeser Store within 17 minutes of the Grand Central Station, at 42nd street. did not show many of these new silks at the August evenings, hut It was whispered by the heads of pom* of the leading establishments that they were being reserved for the later win ter models, and so would make their Parisian debut at the end of October or the beginning* of November. The woman, therefore, who likes to be Just a bit ahead Of the styles will select -it least one for her winter wardrobe. Even cache mire de sole now comes with this distinctive diagonal stripe. Heavy ribbed ottoman and moire silks are being used for the construction of the separate oat. Borne stunning street coats in long ulstt-r like shapes are made of ottoman ei!k and trimmed with fur. Evening capes are made of a lighter weight of ottoman silk, and some of the fancy silks Include ottoman and faille printed in Persian colors, which males up Into the most stunning of evening wraps, or can be used for the lining of such garments. Moire etineolle— that Is. with a gold or silver thread woven through It- is one of the beautiful novelties of th? season. There is, in fact, a great use of tinsel thread in the silks Intended for costumes and evening wraps. Among those suitable for the construction of the costume is opaque voile mlx.->d with gold. For vests there is ottoman silk decorated with a colored design of th. Louis XVI period that is a marvel of beauty. Combli ■ of moire n r velvet wltl an exemplified In some of the moat Btunning of ■• . suits The :• anner in which (nations an- arrange .1 is .•■•, idedly ■ : lently Impressive to make one wonder if here Is not an Idea that Is yet in Its " n ••■■man silk and v< !■ • lining pur- Pipings, cordings and wide bands are jfranhim Simon & Co. Fifth Avenue-==37th=3Bth Sts. Fall and Winter Apparel Special for Monda Women's Suits and Coats 9.75 15.75 9.75 Superb Presentation of the NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SUNDAY. OCTOBER lrt. 1909. their most accepted forms Th* silks are. so far. more peen than velvet, and hlas plpincs of these • •utlin-- the draperies of roMumes made of other silks, or of such dress goods as cashmere, silk warp Henrietta, ottoman royal and the numer ous silk and wool or all wool ottoman royal, and the numerous silk and wool or all wool crCpe fabrics; Oachemlre de soi*. and crepe m*t*ore are the types of silk materials used for the construction «>f afternoon and evening costumes, which are made chiefly of silk There is also a new crepon silk that in us< d for the construction of the short skirted costume, as well as thai witii a train. This is similar to cotton crepe, and Is therefore entirely suitable, and will undoubtedly be very fashionable for sprint; Satin, also, will have its use— not that terribly Bhiny kind, but such as has a soft, lustrous sheen that is truly enchanting. It is splendid for the foundation dress, over which is hung a Jetted net o r crystal tunic Then the lustre of the sjitin -. how off to the utmost ad vantage the beauty of the outer dress. Speaking of Jet, there is a silk voile or mar quisette that lias a tiny bead woven through iT that is well deserving of consideration from the fact that the bead d«es nr>t readily drop off, as is so often the case with spangled nel robes This is a Bplendid material for the uctlon of the tunic It is mostly shown in all black, black and gold, black and steel, gray with steel and white with crystal Broch£ silks ,ukl £pingle velvets Br the two ' novelties launched by Paris this sea son. These are most beautiful materials, of which some of the richest costumes have been '■; ide They are as soft and supple as any of •nt.-d silks, yet bold your breath, for re really iust the modern expression of French Hand Hade Gowns Imported lingerie Night Gowns, of sheer "] nainsook, richly hand embroidered: flowing |> pleated sleeves, ribbon trimmed. Value $5.00 1 Hand Hade Combinations Circular Drawers and Corset Cover, Hchly " hand embroidered in dainty designs; rib- - bon trimmed. Value $12.50 j Young Men and Boys Chinchilla Overcoats Of navy or gray chinchilla, double breasted model, velvet collar; 3 to 10 ■ years. Value $12.50 j Boys' Custom Tailored Suits Extra pair of knickerbockers; double breasted and Norfolk models of imported - fabrics; 7 to 17 years. Value $12.50 . In an enlargi I eautiful display room we have ready now the i I splendid exhibition of women's wear (• • in this vicinity; an exhibi tion filled with the sty!.- inspiration of Paris and finely rej re of American tailoring skill. New Costun ts and Coats, lv.cn ing Wraps and Furs an- displayed in such o>mplete nc^ ami with such authority of fashion that no woman in her survey < >i tin- new apparel will miss this Lo< ering without l<i-inu an important help to decision regarding her autumn and winter wear. In beauty, in wearahlencs- and in moderate pricing this new collection of women's apparel reaches a higher level than anything we have ever known. Each garment is individual — a pleasing de velopment of a definite style idea. We have elimi nated "freaks." We have made real beauty t lie chief requisite. We have used the advantages of experi ence and buying power t<> k<ep down pnte>. To women everywhere we give cordial invitation to see and criticise the stocks of new apparel now ready here. We believe it presents advanta which every woman should know about; which every woman will be glad to learn aboul by a per sonal inspection. La GRECQUE 19.75 27.50 2.95 The only extra long corset that can be worn with comfort both sitting and standing. Belt models $5 up. VAN ORDEN CORSET CO., 45 West 34th Street. 7.50 8.75 9.75 fe !■■■! ■■■■■!■ Ill— 1 j A. Jaeckel & Co. OPERA, STRF.ET AND CARRIAGE GARMENTS Imported Models and Designs of Our Own in all the most popular Furs, SCARFS, MUFFS AND MATCHED SETS in latest combinations and richest furs. MOTOR APPAREL for Men and Women, in all the Serviceable Furs. TFLFPMOM 2044 MI'RKAY MILL FIFTH AVENUE Manufacturing and Importing FURRIERS Every Requisite in Fur for The Season of 1909-10 384 Fifth Aye. 35th and 36th Streets. 5'