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THE OMAHA' SUNDAY BEE. APRIL 10. 1008. 3 CLAD CLOTHES FOR SUMMER Garments that Art Luxurious, Some Within the Average Beach. Shock coats or light weight trfilif Clothes Brightest witk Raffle Skirts Colors ( the Hnlabow la Mei'i Bat Beads. The number of men able to Changs the Weight of their drew clothea to suit the ummer season la not large. To have a frock coat, for Inetance, which shall ba ao light in texture aa to be suited to aumtner wear la a luxury pure and simple. ' The aprlng and Bummer usee of the frock ooat are few, wrltoa a fashion oracla In the New York Bun. It may be worn pos sibly at a few towry weddings, and after the middle of June the number of them will be limited. Quests at a country wed ding, st whatever season It may be, are not required to wm a frock coat and only the ushers are condemned to this penalty for their importance. . There are three buttons to the new frock and only one of them In the roll. That should never be buttoned, even If habit doea Inspire the wearer to button close the other two. Occaalonally theae coata have the edges braided, but there has al ready been some sort of a rebellion against the braiding, which. In spite of Its great popularity, was never considered the best Style for the frock coat. Blind stitching, as It la called, which shows no sewing at all. Is really the smartest finish for these coats. ' The materials for the summer frock are, of course, In black and very dark gray, un ices the coat is meant for driving. When very light gray or even brown is the smart Color this year. For the dress frock tha typical soft gray worsted show a herring bone .or other pattern, almost invisible; and In blacks,' whether they be woolens or casslmeres, the soft, dull finish will be used. There Is. indeed, little demand for the hard, shiny finish for dress garments of any kind. In the evening dress suits. whether the cut he full evening dress or merely a dinner coat, the materials are the soft, rough finish goods. Smooth Fin lab. Appropriate. For the rough frock coat to be worn on the top of a coach few other places are aulted to such striking dress the smooth finish gray or brown Is appropriate, al though one often sees at the races coata so rough, 'as far as the material goes, that they look like homespuns. In the brown frock coats the smoother finish - Is In variably used. Brown Is always a less dressy color than gray, just as it Is so much further removed from black. Al fred Vanderbtlt, who wears these sporting frock coats on top of his coach, with his whits high hat and the blsck band about the bottom, always prefers the light, rough greys. J The half dress coat, or cutaway morn ing or walking coat, as It la variously called In this country, Is made in the same light textures that are uaed for the sum mer frock. rt like the frock. Is either but half lined or Is lined with the thinnest silk only about the front bodies. . It is now braided. If the material Is dark gray or black,' of "the kind used In the frock, and this one detail adds a note of dressiness to the garment that it gets In no other way. If there be an invisible diagonal. Check or , herring-bone In the black fabrto the braid makes It more' modish still. Extremely conventional dressers, on the Other hnnd, hold to the old .theory that braid Is . suited only to goods, pf a hard, smooth finish' and take the blind stitching a ' the mpst appropriate finish for a half dress suit. There should be breast pocket, braided If thnt finish is used, a change pocket with a flap and tails that are well cut away from the front. Thoy are of moderate length. The skirts are cut In at the waist to give the necessary look of trlgnesa and either two or three buttons are used. The lapels are peaked. The coat la cut low enough at the neck to ehow the waist coat, which. If a waist coat of the same material be worn, should be finished with a . white dickey Inserted in the collar, "onetimes the change pocket Is omitted. r.-hlch adds an element of dressiness to the cutaways. i Half Dress and Cataway. The half dress or cutaway coat may be made 'In a variety of materials which are .n-t possible to the frock, alnce almoat any material suitable for a sack coat may be ised for a cutaway; but auch a garment win not be any more dresa than a aack. Only flannels aeem to be excluded from the Hat of materials available for the cut away. This Is In the real sense of the word, however, a walking rather than a half dresa coat, and certain pecullarltlea of the . cut emphasises that difference. The tails of these coats, when made up in mix tures or checks for instance, are somewhat ' wider than in thV dress cutaways and they have broad flaps over the Imaginary pock els at these points. The ticket or change pocket In. front alao haa a flap and often the aeama are strapped throughout. Then the handkerchief pocket Is likely to have a flap, which In some cases buttona down. There la Indeed no end to the sporty de tails that a tailor may add to the cutaway when It Is made of rough, goods. But it is a mistake 'to think that such a rig can ,be regarded as dress. . At the utmost It might be possible at a country wedding. There 'are few changes in the summer dress suit, which ts usually made of a cloth so thin that it needs a lining to give It , the necessary body. The collar is provided with the peaks which in the smartest coata . are covered with satin down to the edge. -The trouwrs. which are also of auch thin material that the prudent man buys two pairs to begin with, are usually edged with . krald, although It la aomewhat of a fash Ion to have them made In theae summer suits without braid or- with such a thin line of cord as to be almost invisible. The summer dinner coat la perhaps tha ; most necessary of all these dress garments .for hot westher wear. Men who atop In town for the summer are likely to put on a dinner coat every evening. Thus It hap- ' pei. a that a aummer dinner coat la In the wardrobe of many New Yorkers who would not think of mending ths money necessary . for aummer dress costs. Coats for Evening Fa actions. ' The 'dinner Jacket as usual varies In no important particular from the sack coat, being the same in length and In the close ness of Its fit. In order to have the great- ' est benefit of the thin cloth, the tailors leave the coat without any lining ether than that to be found on the collar, which haajwaked lapela aa a rule, although there ' Is a tendency Just now to return to the roll .collar, which was always more suited to an informal garment like a dinner coat. Theae shawl rolls, aa they are called, are not In the least appropriate to full evening dress. They are much better for the short .dinner coat, however, as they are. more In keeping with a sack coat and usually make ths fit of the dinner coat better. The soft tropical worsteds In gray and black are used for these suits, which are a delight to men In the habit of dressing every night - far alnnur. The summer evening dress, just liks Its wtiittr pendant, must be worn with a Whit waistcoat, and ths finest djrlc Serves b4 fur that purpose. It It of course Spring Hats Are Very Attractive A N EARLY spring and a late Easter have combined to make tho Easter hat a matter of fact as well as a matter of trsdltlon this year. Etraw hats bloomed early, atd while there are ex aggerations and mors trestles, as there al-. ways are. the percentage of attrsctlve hats Is large. For time It was rather difficult to get used to the fashion In which the hats nestle down upon the head, and even now some of the heavy shapes set very low with v bandeau are amazing, but the late winter French hats, prepared as to eome extent for this frenk, and American women as a class are not Carrying' the mode quite so far as do the Parisians. Tcsslbly the one of the new hat ahapes most susceptible to burlesque Is the new sailor." and though a few women succeed In looking chle In the most enormous type of this hat as turned out by an expert mil liner, swarms of cheap imitations are al ready on view, and the chancea are that the fastidious woman will loathe the very word aallor by the time the spring is past. There are more large shapes than small being large as well as high, ths medium wide brim dipping sharply, ao that from the right aide there la practically no view of the face, and the right aide of the brim turning up as sharply. This model Is actu ally becoming to only a few, but the fash ionable milliners show It In very handsome models. Flower trimmed hats of the rose trimmed kind Illustrated here are charming and gen erally becoming and the wonderful beauty of the season's artificial flowers and of the ribbons so much used with these flowers afford the designers ample opportunity for triumphs In such headgear. I tours of all kinds from the most Brob dlngnaglan of silken beauties to the tiniest of sprsylng button roses, and In every Im aginable color harmony that nature or art could suggest, lead the floral procession, but there are other popular and beautiful flowers. The hydrangeas In all the delicate shadings of pale lavender and pink and blue and greenish white are prime favorites and are 'massed In all these harmonizing tints upon summery hats of leghorn, Tuscan, jredda, etc. Geraniums In many vivid and beautiful colorings are liked by the French design ers, as are primroses. and there Is a fancy for combining nu merous colore in these massed blos soms, a thing requir ing such color sense as the French appear to possess by right, and falling and yet. among the small and medium size hats there Is a great variety, and Indeed were it not for the height of crown many of the models at first thought classed as large would really foil under the heading of medium. It la In this height of crown that tho dominant characteristic of the season's millinery lies. Hlgh effects are the rule and In some Instances this tendency to soaring lines goes to most spectacular ex tremes. Ostrich plumes, set stiffly on end, wings of great sweep pointing sharply upward, aigrettes of great roaes or other flowers nodding high at front or side, pheasant plumes, gourah feathers, etc., extending to an astonishing point beyond the hat and head lines all these have grown familiar to us; and yet. as we have saJd, the rank and file of the new hats are delightful, and every woman can surely find something becoming, provided she has the taste to know what is becoming to her and Is not led away by a love for the merely bizarre. Among the amall hata there are two general types, the somewhat heavy turban, usually of draped straw or other material, and the hat of high, aharply defined crown and cloae curling brim, but there are mul titudinous variations upon these two themes. The heavier turbans trimmed with sweep ing feathers of one sort or another or with flowers call for a face somewhat large and a profusion of hair, and when not too heavy are comfortable, practical shapes over which a veil goes well, but they are not so new as the small hats of sharper outline; and, though these last are not for every woman, when they are becoming they have a tremendous smartness and piquancy, especially In connection with trig tailored trailing costumes. The small models of the sketches are of the less severe and trying llnea, the crown angles being filled in by trimming, but small, sloping crowns or jam pot crowns In combination with narrow curling brims and trimmed simply by some flat band or scarf around the crown and some stiffening or feather brush are immensely popular In Parla and are ahown by all the importers. Among the larger hats, leaving the new sailor out of the question, there is some general conformity of line despite the ap parent bewildering variety. The high crown and the wide brlra, turning up more or less aharply at the left front or left aide, are the rule. x The gnnu'.ne cloche and mushroom shapes are out of date, though some of the Louts XVI models in net or lace suggest the familiar lines, but many of the brims, a majority of them in fact, droop low on the right side snd back. Betting low on the head, as they do, these bats sometimes suggest a possible eclipse of the face be neath, but the full mass of fluffy hair universally worn and the upward curl of the left brim save the day. One of the moat popular shapes In this class ts very heavy in effect, the crown lamentably it. there Is the slightest dts conant chord in the odd melange of laven der and rose and blue and purple, eto. Orchids and striking pole lilies, with curl ing petals spotted lightly in darker color are among the larger flowers effectively used. , ; xne luscan nraiaa are enjoying a new lease of. life, but. Indeed, It seems aa though all the braids known to millinery were In evidence this spring. Horsehair, chip, mllan, Tedda, Tuscan, panamo and a host of which we do not even know the names sre offered for choice, and charm ing things are made up In corded net. In lace and In lingerie. Among the most picturesque of the French modela are the Louie XVI calottes, already mentioned, with their aoft draped crowns of net or lace or lingerie or even atraw and their falling plaltlnga or frills of lace. Some of these rise to great height through the airy drapery of net In the crown or great bowa of net or lace in front. Othera are fairly high, but have no aoar ing trimming. A fold and knot of aoft ribbon with a ainglo large rose thrust carelessly through this scarf, an enqlrcllng wreath of little roses or rosebuds, a scarf of ribbon knotted and falling In long ends down the back these are some of the trimming de vices employed for the delectable little or big draped models, and for the woman to whom such a hat Is becoming nothing could be more attractive for wear with lingerie frocks and other eheer aummer toilets. Theae latest models are a far cry from the frilled 'bebe" hata worn to such excess In earlier seasons and are successful only when turned out by an artist s hands. If one cannot afford to patronize such a maked one of the pretty straw shapes Is a wiser choice. All of the burnt straw and yellowish braid colorings are modish In millinery and there Is an Immense amount of blue used in combination with appirently any and every color, although the combinations are carefully studied. The precock blue tones are well to the fore, and straws In the lighter greenish blues, trimming In many peacock lines, are particularly chin. Rose, coral, cerise, all the new pinkish reds, are considerably used and there are lovely things In the light browns and the smoky gray hues. Hats of cream point d'esprlt with shlrrred and corded brim and high crowns, softened by ribbon, lace and flowers, will be much worn with summer frocks, snd the design ers are producing aome very original and delightful effects In these modvls. The hat of the sketch, for example, had great charm and qualntness. . A wreath of rather small roses in creamy pinks lay around the angle 'tw!xt brim snd crown, snd sround the very top of the crown was folded a soft blue ribbon which was tied In a bow at the front. Over this ribbon fell a frill of lovely sheer lace and a second frill coming from under the ribbon fell over the upper edges of the rnsos. Pongeo figures, conspicuous In millinery as In costumsa and coats, facing brims, forming whole draped crowns, folded Into scarfs, etc. The pongees printed In beau tiful designs and colorings are especially liked for trimming purposes and one of these smart pongee scarfs in vivid yet har monious coloring Is aa chic a trimming as can be selected for simple outing hats. V v j v-v J w w O w w w w w w w - s- mJ w w w uS v w v C v- J W w w K w 1 FELT MATTRESS Given Away Absolutely Free With Every $65.00 Purchase or Sold Outright for $8.75 oi Terms of $1.00 Cash and $1.00 Monthly () () o o C) () y'Tbte Elastic Felt Mattress v Jia absolutely the best felt Q ) mattress ever offered at the ( price, in fact it cannot be LA -1 1 -1 11 )uougui eisewuere ior less man $12.00. In offering vou this elegant felt mattress, we know that wo are giving to our customers an J article that ia fully guaranteed, Oand that will give complete 8at!a factlon. Previously folt mattresses Oof this grade have been sold at a price that was higher than many Owere able to pay, yet desired felt mattress. ' This offer Is for this week only. Remember, it Is a regular value and is offered at. o o v A ,J "l y Ml BIKE! o. migt 00 ym'j&x ViVi ,T-rg -V it. J ill ... Vf.E I I 1 " ssassjsa n I t rwx i ii ia i 1 f r, i j o C) O C) These felt mattresses are made of pure cotton felt built up of 1oob " flaky sheets in layers and are V J made so tbat they will not become f lumpy or need to be made over, as is the case of hair mattresses. The f ticking Is of a high grade stripe ef- if feet and we guarantee them to be f j made In a first-class manner. We x can furnish these mattresses In J any size desired, and can guaran- f v tee prompt delivery. J ltom.'!nlr If you make a purchase or lvN or more tnls weeK this eli gant niattrosa will be given you sniuteiy rreo, or lr you only noed the mattress we will soil it for the 'ow price of., Oa the Xasy Terms of 91.00 Cash and 91.00 Monthly. Ol O 75 rr Thls Bea- 'JZ tiful Princess Qj Dresser O xerma i wi.oq casn, ana ooo Per Week. OThls elegant Dresser is made of solid oak of a beautiful grain, has two O large drawers, and a large 18x36 French bevel plate mirror. It Is easily worth O18.00, but we nffer It at the above low price. Direct Action Gas Ranges We are solo agents. The gas range that Is absolutely guaranteed to cut your gas bill . This Is not a mere statement made for advertising purposes, but is an estab lished fact. Ask one of the many users of Direct Action Oas Ranges. Their con struction will not possibly allow them to consume as much gas as other ranges. They are an Investment, not an expense. 8ee the elegant Gas Range that H A RD we offer at the low price of vm.uv Terms I 91.00 Cash and BOo Weekly. Everything We Advertise We Actually Have ' On Our Floors, Exactly lake Piotare and at Aotnal Price Advertised. 6.75 For This Peoples Store Collapsible Go-Cart Xerma i 91.00 Cash and 60 oents Weekly. Without hood. So easily operated one move of the hands open it, another clones It. The very newest type of folding Oo Cart made of chase leather, with steel rods, steel wheels, and half Inch rubber tires, folds flat so It can be carried with ease. Has an adjustable back, which can be adjusted to a sitting or sleeping position. A remarkable. -value at the above low price. Don't confuse this cart with cheaper carts that are made of wood, not steel. M 111 LM t REFRIGERATORS so 8.75 Q () o o o o () () () () o () () o o 11 .75 SECURES A BEAUTIFUL "12x9 BRUSSELS RUG Tsrtnsi 91-00 Cash, 60 oents Weekly. Made of a heavy grade ef tapestry brussels carpet ing of a strong, durable quality that will give excel lent wear and hold their colors to the laat. They are closely woven of a fine quality of worsted yarns. A very large assortment of patterns to select from, and excellent opportunity to secure a very fine rug at a very low price. we are sole agents for the famous Ourney Line. The most satisfactory, the most sanitary refrigerator made. Made of thoroughly seasoned ash. Bee X the refrigerator that we offer 7 Rfl V J at the low price of I.WVI p ' Terms s 91.00 Cash, 60 cents Weekly, f J ffpwaewa AX.X, OOOSS MABKBS IBf PX.AIS O 1. 95 FOR THIS ELEGANT ? - IRON BED Terms i 91-00 Cash and 60 oents Weekly, A substantial value in a well made Iron M ' LM. SB II 1 .1 111. IUlfc .m mm wa ixi.x. OOOSS OTTT or to War ow BAT PAT.. StXBTTB. ., () o () () C) () o o rip .-I n.75 Buys Tbis Beautiful Ped-" Uti . I u pstal Fiteiislim Tallin - v. I ) in a high : grade enamel. A regular $8.00 value. Tho Furniture and Carpet Co 16U2 & TABNAM STREETS. OMAHA. Established 1887. single breasted, V-shaptd at the opening and ending In the two points. Three but tons are the usual number, and whether or not there be a collar Is wholly a ques tion of taste. The batter form for a waist coat for a dinner coat ia some dark gray, black or drab, and these come In linen and cotton goods aa eool as any whits waistcoat would ba. although they may not look so. And ths black, tie that accom panies the dinner coat may be of the thlrv nest and softest black china silk. A wholly appropriate detail of the aum mer dinner coat la the soft pleated shirt, which is in f Act suitable nowhere else In the whole rtuije of man's wardrobs. It is by no means uucommou to sue la Lon don and Far is. specially Paris, men wear ing with formal evening dress soft white ehirts elaborately embroidered, pleated and ruffled. They are permissible in thia coun try with dinner coata, and In fact are Just how distinctly modish; but the American taste has never yielded to any substitute for the plain white linen shirt for ful) evening dress, whatever the season of the year may be. "The line of headpieces they are dealing out to the mala portion of the dear public this year would make the late Solomon, In all his glory, look like a Quaker at his grandmother's funeral." says a critic, la the Kew Tork Tribune. "Look st ,em," he continued. "Oats cau- Termsi 91-00 Cash, 60 cents Weekly. Made of solid oak of carefully selected stock, has a large round top and 6 foot exten sion. Easily worth 120.00. OGOOGOOOOOOCwGOOCOOOOOOGOGOGOOCOOOOO tlously at that log-winged Panama, for ex ample, the one with the modest streamer on Its tasty band, a foot long and six Inches wldfe, smeared promiscuously with all the colors of the rainbow and some others no respectable rainbow ever dreamed of. That sort of thing's mads to pay election bets with. And there sre those soiled pea-green derbies with the broad, red, white and blue bands. Oh, it's a shame they can't circulate some of those through the country districts! What a joy they'd be to the beef critters! "And ain't this the sweet young thing, the dainty, pure white derby, with the heliotrope band, beautifully pleated! Oh, I could go to churchy with that thing on! There's something so suggestive of Inno cence about It that Is, the innocence of the full-grown man who would appear In the street with one on. They've got the same thing with polkadot bands, and I saw one cream-colored dream belted with a cheap Imitation of a dew-laden rainbow. "And what a bunch of awe-lnsplring Scotch plaid caps they are showing! Oujht to be great things to keep crows from eating the gulf balls. Then there are the round, brown plush affairs. I'd want to pet a man who wore one of those; makes him look like a dear little Teddy bear. And there's the slouch, with frlitly bands, like turbans, made of strips or old lace curtain, attractively dyed. The cowboy felt Is In the running again this yrar, toj, only It couldn't help decorating itself a little more than usual. "A brand new one on me is the ttlif felt, made In the exact shape of the lev.-, narrow-brimmed stiff straw hat. "Do men really pay good money fir those freak? Not often. A man's mental make-up Is revealed by the style of hat he wears. Not many of us wl'.l adnit we have cerebral wheels that emit that kind of sparks. A fellow will see one cf those gay topknots In a show wlndiw a mlU away. He'll hasten over for ti nener view. Perhaps he'll admire Its srcl-ltccture out In front till the watchful cler't !n'da thinks he's got a sucker. Then the pros pective customer will walk in and fay: 'I want a hat, plain black derby, plea-e.' "Yes. gents' hat.nakers sre' sure crowd ing the milliners hard this year In the way of the tearful and wonderful." IN PRAISE PYJAMAS Baperlorlty of One Slomber Garment Over Another Pathetically Pictured. Eddie Foy, the emient comedian, at a theatrical supper in New York, made a funny speech in praise of pyjamas. "Always wear pyjamas," he began. "Never wear a nightshirt. I have never worn a nightshirt Blnce I heard the hor rible experience of Frits Sauaagu, a Ger man waiter of Chicago had with the pesky things. " Frill Pausage used to come home every evening from the cafe with Ms porkcts full of dimes and quarters his day's tips, you know. His wife, sfter he had fallen asleep, would get up and raid that sliver mine. Frits said nothing, though he thought it was an unkind thing for her to do. "At last ha decided he wouldn't stand those nocture! raids any longer. Bo the next night he came home he walud till his wife was asleep and then got out cf bed, took all the silver from his pockets, climbed back under the sheets again and very quietly tied the money up In a corner of his nightshirt. "Then he smiled to himself. He couldn't help thinking how disappointed his wife would be when she tiptoed across the dark room Irt the cold and went through his pockets snd found nothing. "He fell asleep as happy as a child. He awoke In broad daylight. His wife wss bending over him tenderly. " 'Oh. Frits," she said, 'thank you for the present.' " 'What present?' said he. " 'Why,' said his wife, 'all that money tied up In my nightie.' "St. Louis Republic. PASTE THIS CNTHE MIRROR Chlcaao Jury Itellevra Haibind from Responsibility for Wife's Dills, A Chicago Jury declares that a husband is not responsible for his wife's finery bilk contracted without his consent. Whereat tho Inter Ocean chuckles gleefully In thl style: Oh, Joy, and also Eureka, likewise ticklt When a collector comes around to gat nlshee yrl" pay for didoes that the mlssui bought because they were marked dowr from KQ to 149.09, refer him to her for pay ment, or suggest that he might stand ou! on the corner and whistle for It. For this momentous decision give thank, to a Jury of nine benedicts and three bach elois, who officially verdlcted In Municipal Judge Newcomor'a court Friday that Law rence W. Ferci'.ion, K Oakwood boulevard. Is not to be held responsible for the hate and shirt wclsts te the value of ti pur chased from a woman's haberdashory or. credit by Mrs. Ferguson. Ferguson told the Jury when he wa on the stand that he did not know that the other half of the funilly had purchased tlio raiment until the bills camo in. and the married men, picturing themselves in the same boat, and the bachelors, In sjm pathetlc accord, officially permitted the i-ompany to collect from Mrs. Ferguaon if it can by returning Judgment against her for the entire amount. Wherefore, some more Joy and extra hurrahs. Attorney J. J. Thompson, for the com plainanta, made a motion far a new trial: but by, the time It la heard all of the wives In Chicago will have purchaurd their Easter bonnets, and, of course, many bubbles will know nothing about them un til the bills come In and will deny that the new "lids" are luxuries S'tch as plain waists, skirts, petticoats, drop skirts, and cor oh. Joy! Throughout the trial. In which efforts weie made to secure only married Jurors, the somber court room had been turned Into a veritable bazaar of feminine finery. 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