Newspaper Page Text
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEEi MAY 1003.
i inn i i n ?r v T him. ! . . . . . . . ' (TRANSPARENT) One should be particular in selecting a soap for shampooing. Jap Hose leaves no sedi ment, being absolutely soluble in hard or soft water. It requires but little rinsing to entirely remove tne, lather from the hair. IT CANNOT BE IMITATED JmTS. Hirtt Co., 368 N. Water Street, Chicago. TUFF ' rtT fcr laws drwrfrts sOimns gPl, P Wfcl CkiMna k; lUmt lulai, cllknl AmiliiH t KILL, Chicago's lence that appeals from city noise of business center, minutes take Homesookers Excursions S out hwest The first and third Tuesdays of each , month to all points in the. "Land of . Opportunity." Round trip t i c k e ts with long return limit and liberal stop-over privileges at very low rates of fare. It will certainly pay yo.u to look over the situation in this growing country, where thousands . of people are gaining homes and wealth from the abundance of the soil. Let me help you plan a trip of Investigation. F. P. Rutherford, - INv. rasa. Act Omaha. Neb. IMS rAMAJC 1ST. -Sj nV sJJ WHY be ealis fled with Cloths of unknown make tbat sell at fancy prices when you can buy your boy a MRS. JANE HOPKINS BOY- PROOF SUIT at Jess money. HE season's latest styles are on sale everywhere. If your local dealer. doesn't carry them ask us di rect. We'll send you Fit EE for your boy, our book the SENIOR ALMANAC it will interest Send for it today CprHtM, Itna V I I. Kirk Oo. SOAP HOTELS. Great European Hotel The Virginia Absolutely Fireproof. Rales. $1.50 and up. A high-class Transient and Residential Hotel, situated In one of the most select parts of the city. Rotundas a harmony In Italian marble, beautiful statuary and cathedral glass. 400 handsomely furnished outside rooms, single oreoevulte. Large orient Dining ti all, with nnest cuisine, b. very convert- to the most exacting patron. Par enough for restful ouiet. yet within ten minutes' walk Itbin ten minutes bright, new st. cars (2 blocks away) in 5 yon to the shopping district, passing the doors or au leaning tneatres. Moo met rree on request. GEO. W. REYNOLDS. Prop.. Riuhand Ohio Su.. Chicago SEATTLE, WASHINGTON l r , . lintel .avnv iz stories o Solid Comfort' Concrete, steel and marble. In hean of city. 210 rooms, 135 baths. Eng lish Grill. $1.00 up. SCHOOLS. us about a school We will send you cata logues and school infor mation of any kind which you cannot obtain so easily in any other way. Thi3 service is abso lutely free. No charge now or at any other time. The following classes of schools are included in this offer: A College, Universities B-Schools for Young Ladies C Boys', Military D Music, Art, Oratory E Professional V TechnicaljTrade G Business, Telegraph, Normal H Kindergarten, Nurse I Correspondence Educational Information Bureau IS LcMat-feomld BwtMUao. - Lemta. Ma, SX7 tilth Avune. New York. Hoosa 11M L HELP ADVERTISE OMAHA est The Ore to Friends. ASK BRICE1T SUMMER NECKWEAR Knit Silk Ties Lett Fashionable, bat Brilliant. WASH TIES NOT IN BIG DEMAND og-ue of the English Varsity Tie. la Cricket, Boat Clob or relief Colore Crepo do Cklno la Fashionable. NEW YORK. May 2i It may be that the nd of the knit silk tie hae come. The fashion magastnea eay ao. Trio abunaance of the supply would eeem to Indicate the tame fact. They atill cost about $2-50 end 13 in the- most expert"' "hops, but ad mirable Imitations In comblnationa Just as tasteful and atriking are to be had for much less. If the knit tie is now paaslng way, It is going In a blaie of glory. Never were tho colore so brilliant nor their com binations so dazzling. One of the uptown shops offers a typical lnplay. In black and white alone there are three combinations. One has a black round with three white stripes no broader than one-fourth of an Inch placed at lnter- als of every four inches. Tills makes the tie dark In general effect, but varied by the flvery white stripes. Another pattern shows equal width stripes' of black and white practically square as the breadth of the stripe. Then there la a black ground with bias white stripes which is more sombre in effect, as the white stripes are narrow. This same novelty Is possible in many other combinations. There are strlpea In yellow on a brilliant blue ground, blue on mauve, block on violet, magenta on green. bljck orf bluish red, yellow on pale laven der, vermilion on indigo and black on pale yellow. The middle aged observer of this riot of color haa to draw a long breath and decide that he really will keep his resolution to stick to dark blue and black for the rest of his life. Rival the Birds. It is a wholly natural Instinct of mankind to follow the fashion of the birds of the field and take on beautiful colors in the spring to distinguish him from the dusty gray or brown thing that he is during the winter months. He lingers therefore in front of the showcase containing the only means by which he can rival the robin or the garden patch. It's rather poor consolation that there comes even for him an occasional combi nation of tints that will make him smart, although not In the least brilliant to look at. There are dark blue or purple diagon ally striped with black, deep red and brown, with black and green so dark as to be scarcely distinguishable from the black stripe. To all these is added the mitigating quality of elaborate stitches. Only color is forbidden to those no longer youthful. The pattern of their knit silk ties may be ever so complicated yet with the sober tints described entirely appropriate. So these stripes, as well as the solid colors In dark blue, green and brown, are madeln shell, overUand and other stitches and are some times knit with even alternate tufts of silk at every second stitch. Less provision is made for the elderly man in another style of tie, although he Is not entirely overlooked even by the English firms that send over the Bo-called 'varsity ties. They are, of course, made In the colors of cricket or boat club,, or even of colleges In the English universities, at though they possess no such significance for Americans. It Is the smartness of their vivid stripes. In red, black, purple, green, magenta one of the favorites and color that these silks very beautifully re produce white and yellow, shades and modified by their width and the tints with which they are combined, that keep them so well liked by men who dress well. Perhaps they are seen at the best now on the campus at Yale or Harvard, for the best dressed of the college men wear them, Excellent Imitations of these ties are now manufactured In this country. Some of the color combinations are strikingly novel and tasteful. But the fact remains that they do not fully take the place of the Engilsn Importations, which are to this day brought to New York by only one dealer. His supply must be divided among the cus tomers in Boston, Chicago and New Haven with the result that these ties have never grown bo common as to go out of vogue among well dressed men. Every returning spring restores them afresh to favor. For those who are too old or too-undignl- fied or both for the gayly colored univer sity stripes there are dark purple or blue stripes on a black ground, dark olive green with a black and white stripe "combined, and very dark blue with gray, mauve and green stripes all In the minor tone of color that blends so well with the gray hair and broadening facial outlines of the middle years. The same firm that brings these ties to New York imports at this season of the year black ties In a material similar to grenadine, although soft and without the stiffness sometimes found In this material, It is covered with a pattern and In add I tion has a figure, sometimes a stripe. In color. These shades are always subdued, keeping generally to the greens, mauves and blues that are not striking, although they afford sufficient contrast. They are made In the medium four-in-hand, but tome also made up for the broad four-in-hand which, however, la In little demand. Width for Fonr-ln-Hand. "No smart four-ln-hand," said the sales man who regards himself as an authority on such questions, "should be more than two Inches broad, whatever Its material may be. On the other hand, the extremely narrow ties are equally without chic. The proper width Is about two Inches. "Next to the 'varsity tie, I think that the crepe de chine are the mrde this sum mer. I am opposed to the knit nllk tl now ror conservative aressers. Tney nave seen their day. The smartest thing for the present summer Is the crepe de chine tics Bold In solid colors. They should not be broad as they were first made earlier In tho season, but the regulation two inches, They are not easy to tie well nor do they wear, aa they soon lose shape and the leas puncture shows In them and never comes out. It Is possible to get them In charming shades of green, red and blue, the very vivid coloring being ameliorated by the toftness of the texture." Wash neckwear always has a certain charm for some men at the approach of summer. Its cool appearance faactnatea at first, but it is not to be taken Into ac count with men who are careful to dress well.' Some of the novelties In this field are of soft madras with a white ground on which are checks of various colors. The ends are finished with a stripe of the con trasting color and fringed. Some new ma terials In wash goods for the string ties are dnrk in blue mauve and brown with white bias strlpea. In the string Ilea there Is once more an attempt to ,' revive the Turkish chintzes which came In red, blue and yellow and have always been one of the materials moat, liked by Englithmen. They are smart, but never enjoyed here the popu larity they possess In England. It was always In the naxrow tlea that the material was moat effective aa used in four-ln-handa and broader tlea. It never looked so well. In theae tlea all trace of the old butterfly wings have disappeared. There Is a slight Increase In width at the ends, but no suggestion of the broad winga. Popular Style of EW YORK. May 1-The Jumpol frock was much In evidence Ust summer. This summer It Is apparently to be epidemic, only now they talk of a prlncesse frock when the model N comes from a smart maker. "Why not Jumper?'' was asked of a very uperlor person In black and peroxide who was showing charming linen prlncesse frock a and gulmpes In a Fifth avenue es tablishment. "We are trying to get away from the Jumper now that the department shops ere full of them," ahe replied haughtily. And that's the line of demarcation, but the distinction la all In a name, for many of the department store models could live up to the role of prlncesse and many a Fifth avenue prlncesse I but a Jumper Inadequately designed; while aa a matter of fact they all belong to one family, though they vary In degree of aharm. Even the home-made Jumper frock may be thoroughly successful If one uses a good pattern and bestows Intelligence and care upon the little finished details, but the truly chlo Jumper frock Is rather more difficult of achievement than the casual observer might think. Despite Its air of extreme simplicity. It requires careful cutting, attention to lines and finish. Nine out of ten of the models shown In the shops are hopelessly common plac JUMPER FROCKS OF LINEN. because bungled in the making, carelessly cut, put together, spoiled by cheap touches of trimming, accompanied by coarse and unbecoming gulmpes; and yet out of very inexpensive materials one may make a charming frock of this type if one has the gift. Linen is the favorite material for the summer Jumper, but all sorts of pretty cottons are used, too, and silks, especially tho popular pongees, are favorites with the designers. Even thin batiste and lawns are made up on Jumper lines, and we nave seen some moHt delectable little models In striped batiste with hand em broidery or fine soutaching matching the colored stripes as a finish for neck and sleeves and girdle and gulmpes of Valen ciennes. Other pretty sheer princess frocks of the Jumper type are of dimity In white ground and dot or ring or line of delicate color and have practically no trimming save lines of fine embroidery, leading into which all the hems are set on and the seams Joined. One model of this sort has all ot its narrow, finishing hems In a delicate pink matching the color of the small ring dots on the white ground. And then there are exquisite princess models In one-tone batiste soft pink or lilac or blue trimmed with embroidery bands and motifs of the same color, or, as in certain French models, with fine self color soutache embroidery. These have separate slips In white or self-color silk and the guimpes and slwevea are of trans parent lingerie and lace. - But such filmy frocks are of the Jumper family only. In that they show yokea and sleeves of white and that in some cases these yokes and sleeves are detachable and readily changed.. For practical purposes, such as Inspired the cult of the Jumper, more substantial materials are the thing, and although many of the latest models have sleeves like the frock, the neck Is cut down to show a separate white guimpe. When the frock Itself has only over sleeves or is sleeveless sheer white sleeves matching the yoke and attached to It are used. Or an entire lingerie blouse may be worn under the Jumper, provided this ar rangement Is not too warm for comfort. Ready-made guimpea of lingerie and lacs bound In the shops, but a majority of these, when not extremely expen'lve, are coarse, and since daintiness la the one In dispensable requirement In such acceesor'es and a guimpe should be not only dainty, but perfectly fitted. If it la to lend an air of smartness to a frock a woman who can use a needle will do well to make a number of gulmpes for herself, putting Into them fine materials and hand sewing, though the, de sign may be of the utmost simplicity. The fitting Is troublesome, but If one can secure a perfect pattern, either through having It cut by an expert or through rip- BF.L.'GIOIS NOTES. Grace Church of New Ymk City cele brated Its IW.h Lester Sunday with a col lection of U'H.Vti. and more pledged. It must have ta'.en mure ihan a "Merry Widow" hat to r.'jul U all. After fifteen yean of exile, most of wTiich time was spent in work among the lepera of India, Mr. and Mra. E. M. (lordun, mla slonaiiea of the foreign Christian Mission ary society of Cincinnati, have returned to tliia country. General William Booth, the venerable head of the Salvation Army, eats neither fish, flesh nor (owl, and he does not smoke nor take tobacco or oplatea in any form. He says that he finds his comfort and Umuuliion "In the conscious (avur , of God." The bishop of Birmingham, England, is to have a polyglot lot of viistors shortly, aa he will entertain the bishops of Kaffra rla, Lahore, (iioia Nagpur. Blomfontein, Pretoria, Calcutta, Madraa, Massachusetts, Vermont and Tennessee. The robe which John Wesley wore when he waa christened, over 'i's year, ago, is now the property of Misa Emily Paahley of Workshop, England, it having come to her from her grandfather, at whose house Wes ley lived for a time when but an infant. Rev. William 8. Friedman waa elected rabbi for life of Temple Emanuel, In Den ver, at the annual meeting of the congre gation Sunday night. This ia an honor sel dom hitrttoweil uun .1wl.h ruMii. Rev. Summer Gown ping an old gulmpe which doe fit pfr fectly and cutting the new gulmpe by this model, this difficulty can be overcome. Cluny and Valenciennes Insertions sot to gether form a gretty gulmpe of the trans parent sort and Valenciennes combined wllh batiste embroideries or with tucked batiHto is much used, while hand embroidered lin gerie and lace aro always In order. We have seen some very effective llttlo gulmpes to be worn with very simple linen and chambray Junipers made of plain tucVed batiste, the tucks running crosswise and the material of the finest. The tucked collar Is set on with a line of Irish crochet beading and the cuffs have the same finish, while a line of the beading la Inside the hem of the collar top. A small bow with tabs set at the throat la of plaited batiste with a finish of beading and a very narrow Irish edging. Theee gulmpes are much more effective than the fussy ar rangements of coarse Valenciennes and em. broidery so often chosen; and similar models with little plaited frills form the front; these frills bordered by narrow real Valenciennes, are charming. The sleeves for the modish guimpe are no longer full and fluffy, but ding more or less closely to the arm. Even the ever popular sleeve made entirely of narrow overlapping frills of Valenciennes conforms to the rule by having its fluffy frills sewed up as a sheer formation which fits closely to the arm. In a new French model recently seen wc noted a fine batiste or mull gulmpe wllh sleeves made la horizontal tucks of plaits about an Inch and a half deep at their deepest and narrowing gradually to a depth of a quarter Inch or less. That Is, the sleeve, which fitted the arm almost simply. had deep plaits at the top and the over lapping plaits graduated in depth as they descended. The yoke was arranged In the same way, the plaits narrowing as they moved upward, until the collar was formed of quite nar row tucks. A narrow band of hand em broidery and a frill of narrow Valenciennes was the cuff and collar finish, and there was a little embroidered bow edged wlfl lace at the throat. The collar with high points at the aides, which is, it may bo said In passing, being hideously burlesqued, Is easily constructed in laca, but Is less successful in lingerie and lace, and Is really appropriate only on the dressy bodice or blouse. Few of the fine Frti.ch lingerie blouses show these collars, though an effect of modified points Is often obtained in a straight wide collar by the boning. And here la a atory of gulmpes rather than of Jumpers; but, after all, the gulmpe la often the most Important detail of the Jumper model. The designs sketched here nr. nil of the simple, practical class, but ail have chic and original details. The model witli blouse of dull blue pon gee, embroidered all over in English open work and trimmed with plain bluo pongee, matching the skirt. Is an attractive one and suggests various possibilities In other ma terials and colorings. The combination of check and pliiln l'nnns, too, should be sug gestive, and the lines of this model, with Its front punel of plain linen widening aharply above t tie girdle line Instead of aloplng in the usual gradual fashion, arc excellent. Buttons covered with the material or with contrasting color play an Important part in the trimming of the Jumper modela, and aoutaching is much used upon linen. Good effects are obtained by banda of check or stripe or plain materials, and chic, girlish frorks are made tip In plain colored chambray or linen, with bordering bands of white pique or linen and white buttons, or with buttons covered In. the colored frock material end set on the white bands. Chambrays come' In lovely shades of buff and brown as well as In the dull browns, and are excellent stuffs for practical wear, being cooler than linen and more easily laundered, yet durable and strong. A most attractive Jumper frock of the simplest sort was in buff chambray, cut square In the neck. Around the neck and down the left Bide of the blouse and skirt ran a band of striped buff and white., the stripes running diagonally. Big white pearl bultona were set on the band down the blouse and part way down the skirt. Raspberry shades in linen are very mod ish thougli not remarkably becoming, and all of the biscuit and pongee shades, the soft medium blues and the medium greena are popular for the linen Jumper. Light colors, such as pink, blue and lilac, hand embroidered In white, have a considerable vogue, and brown and white comblnationa find favor. Mr. Friedman has already aerved this con gregation aa rabbi eighteen years. The Chapel of the Conception, in the City of Mexico, is the oldest house of worahip on the North Anerican continent. By thl It ia meant that it was used longer for that purpose than any other building. It waa erected In lbtl and has served almost continuously since that date us a place where nallv devotions were held. At the New England conference of the Methodist Episcopal church a memorial to thi general conference was decided upon recommending the repeal of that statute of the church that forbids dancing and card playing. Coming from New England, this Is very suggestive of the changes that have taken place In the attitude of the church toward worldly things. Rev. John H. fileman. one of the ablest and mist eloquent preachers of the Metho dist church, has lesiioied the presidency of Willamette university of Stlem, Ore., and returned again to the Troy, N. i .. confer' ence. He is mentioned as one of the pos sible bishops who will be elected at thn next general conference, which will soon be held in Haltlmore. After plans for raising an endowment fund of tl.ov.ua) were completed at the an nual meeting of the board of governore of Ilia t ailioile Church Kx tension society in Chicago last week. Ambrose Petry gave tinc.um aa t lie first donation to the fund Mr. Petry, formerly of New York, who is now a resident of Chicago, gave the chapel car to the society last year. Aisiut a month ago be bad conferred vipnn him by J'ope tius A the title or papal cnamucriaiu. II -aM ( JR A )mh 1 The Phrase, "Play Ihese on your piano," hsts all Its Irony tor the owner of an ANGELUS PIANO The Piano Anyone Can Play Artistically Thousands upon thousands of compositions become in stantly playable by anyone having access to an ANGELUS PIANO. The latest popular hits, grand and comic opera successe, dance music, old and new, and the well-loved classics of the masters. On no other Player Piano are such technically perfect and artistically ideal renditions of every kind of music pos sible. For the simple reason that the vital principles of piano-playing are expressed through certain devices exclu sive with the ANGELUS PIANO devices protected by basic patents that prevent imitators even approximating them. Yet these devices are of such vital consequence, that without them no other Player Piano can even hope to ap proach the perfection of Angelus Piano playing. Among the most important of these features to be bad only in the ANGELUS are: The Marvelous Melodant, bringing out the complete melody note for note, against a subordinated accompani ment, without requiring attention from the performer. The Wonderful Phrasing Lever, giving exquisite con trol of every delicate nuance of tempo. The Melody Buttons, providing simple means for pro per accenting. The Diaphragm Pneumatics, accomplishing that beau tiful "human touch" a velvet softness with the firmness of steel. Remember, these vita.1 features cvr be found in no other Player Piano Whatsoever Come in and "Play these on your piano" yourself see how instantly you are endowed with wonderful musical ability. Play the world-famous ANGELUS PIANO or the separate ANGELUS In cabinet form applicable to any piano. You will be deeply Interested in knowing about these wonderful musical achieve ments. And we shall be glad to explain them fully, whether you have any Immediate Intention to purchase or not. H AYDEN BROS. Omaha's RHEUMATISM ACCEPT TUB LIBEJtAI. OrFZB BEXZTQ MADE BY SHEBltAX M'COJtMEI.1. DRUG OO. AMD OWL OBUO CO. TEST B.HOLOIDS WITH OUT EXFEMSE. If vou are suffering with Rheumatism In any of its forms, you will not neglect the liberal offer now being madt. by bherman & McCounell Drug Co., and Owl Urug Co. Just deposit one dollar with these reliable druggists ana get. a bottle of Kholohls, mo new treatment nr uhanmmiKm. If. after using samo. ycu are not satisfied with the results, ibey will return your money. Could a rauer oner De maae: iuu reuy try this remedy without expense, bucli an oiler couia not oe maue u aiiuiuiuh was not an article of unusual merit and one that would do -all that la claimed or It. Being In gloDUle rorm ll l" easy ana l.uusant to take, and is highly successful n the treatment of Rheumatism In all Its forms. Neuralgia. Gout, Lumbago, Lame Back, Kidney, Bladder and such diseases arising from excessive Urlo Acid. Every Rnetimatic aunerer is mviicu to accept tills llDerai oner louay at Bherman ft McOonneU Drr.g Co., 16th and Bodge ata., and Owl Drag Co, 16th and Harney Ste. MOREHINE nd other drag kahlM are positive' onred by HABITISA. For nypodsrmlo or Internal as, rlsmple sent to anr dreg habltae by pppn null; Regular price .0 per bottle as a rct3 r.our draggist or oy mu in belt Chemical Co.. plain wrapper. Si. tssil. Bio. for OI. Uai by OMAHA. XTEB, BAYDEX READ THE BEST PAPER The Omaha Dally Bee. Four splendid offices There are four offices and only four, which are not occupied at the present time. If you want an office in the best building in Omaha, now is the time to make your selection, because among these are several choice rooms and one or two4 exceptional opportunities. ItOOM 214 Thli room is 14127 feet, a total of almost 400 square feet in this room, and for anyone dealiing large floor space at low rental, this is an exceptional opportunity. The price per month is 827.50 ItOOM 221 A well lighted room on the second floor facing the north, is well adapted for a dentist and physician, having been occupied for years by such tenants. There are two private offices and a reception room in this suite; all for $-10.00 fil'lTK 320 This Is a very handsome suite of two rooms consist ing of one large room, 20x20 feet, with a north light, and a smaller room, bx20 feet. In connection with the large room is a burglar proof vault This is a corner office and corner offices are always eagerly sought for. The price per month is 852 OO KOOM Mi This is thj only vacant room on the sixth floor. Tha room Is 12x20 feet and faces the east. It Is a decidedly pleasant room and is just the thing for some one who desires a medium ' sisea oiuce. ine price' per montn is boa rit OCCri'lEIl. HIT WILL kkxt. "v,u fcl'lTE 30e This is a fine located office on the third floor close to elevator It Is facing on Karnam St.. and has a fire proof vault. it is suDiuviaea to turnisa two private ouices and a reception room at, per monta Room 109. n. W. RAKER, SupC e RRFRIMFNTil Mil RRIKMF REUNIONS of the 21st, 22nd and 23rd Iowa and the 11th Wisconsin Regiments VICKSBURG, MISS., May 22(1. 1908. via ILLINOIS CENTRAL M H H Through tourist car will leava Omaha at e p. m., may lvin, mail ing connections In Chicago with special train to Vickshurg. For circular giving detatiled In formation, call at City Ticket Of fice, 1402 Farnam St., or write SAMUEL NORTH, District Passenger Agent Omaha, Neb. s r n rn S Be Building.