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- Tl New Lincoln JOHN 8. CAIN Proprietor A CHARMING EARLY AUTUMN HAT FASHION 138 S. Tenth Street Bowling Alleys KTtrytMac lew sad Strictij'Plrrt Claw i U Il K K- i P 'if- I II h lie Is" i- H.W. BR9WN WbitiBg's FlBC Statieaery aad Calling Cards Druggist Bookseller 127 So. Eleventh Street. Phone 68. PRIVATE AND PUBLIC Library books BOUND IN A SUBSTAN TIAL MANNER AT FAC TORY PRICES BY Soutk Plitte Pabliskiii Co., PAPKS BOX kUZZM, 135 N. lit St., LINCOLN, NEB. FREIGHT PAID ONB WAY. Ofei N Cycle Photographs Athletic Photographs Photographs of Bahies Photographs of Groups Exterior "Views The Photographer 129 Seath Eleemtk Stnet Many Things are Dear . . . Bat the dearest of all is inferior work. My PAPER HANGING, PAINTING, and INSIDE DECORATING will always bear the closest in spection. Prices that Please CARL MYRER Phone 523 2612 Q STREET Kelt Velvet and Far to be Rival. In -Winter Millinery. We have no hesitation, says the Mil linery Trade Review, in affirming that the present season will prove an un usually profitable one for the felt trade. A considerable proportion of the hand some 'models amongst which Ameri can buyers are now busied making their choice are built up of felt, and it is evident that it is to be reckoned as dressy a material as velvet, which occupies the proud position of textile of paramount Importance. Felt and velvet, however, have a rival In fur. So far as can be judged by the early models, felt certainly has the lead. Predominance is also given to hairy and rough felts over smooth varieties in the winter program. The relative position to be occupied by self-colored felts on the one hand and fancy felts on the other, is a question time alone can decide. The new productions include assort ments of different kinds of rough felts in mixed colorings. Some of these show shaded and pepper-and-salt effects, others irregular markings, para'Iel and spiral stripes, spots and the like. There are also plain felts with similar simple patterns in rough or hairy pile. But for the present the high-class milliners handle those rather gingerly. They may or may not take with the best people, and, If it should hit their fancy, it will, as likely as not, be only as a morning hat, since they look best when simply trimmed. For the preparation of the new smart models the demand has been princi pally for felts of the hairy descrip tion with a very thick but soft pile In plain colors. Textiles of a p'.ush order, woven to Imitate hairy felt, are in the. YnlTlrfr nTifl Tvlll nmhnMv Via .1 rstsi BC - - f j deal used m place or the real article, although not by the high-class trade. There has relatively been but a small demand for smooth felts otherwise than in the form of plateaux to mount on rough felt brims, or to mount into flat crowns to combine with the latter. Some attractive novelties in this line consist in plateaux of this smooth cloth felt, stamped out In patterns which are intended to be backed 'with velvet or panne. Parisian Favorite Hats. In Women' Y08R best )ress, IS SAFE 1 To wear in the kitchen when you use a Gas Stove. We sell them at cost and they don't , cost much. We do all the dig- grog, and connect the Stove free when bought of us.- Lincoln Gas & Electric Light Co. Paris milliners like to deal in ma terials that they may use Just as they think fit, so that their productions may indeed be their very own from first to last, therefore plateaux and piece felt, whenever suitable, have their prefer ence. Thick-piled hairy felts are most ly required in this form for building up fancy hats, and are entirely devoid of stiffness. Blocked hat shapes this year have as little stiffness as possible, and are generally bound. A new traveling hat for the autumn has appeared, which is the exact shape of a Panama. It is made of beige felt with soft silky pile, and has a very distingue appea-- HORSE COLLARS jfcl22g. ASKYOUft PEALCRTOStfdWTHEM BEFORE. YOU BUY. MNUFACTUREO BY HARPHAN BBOS.CO. Lincoln. 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Trimming shows the tendency to use foliage and berries. Hat of ecru straw, with plaltings of brown chiffon, edged with yellow Valenciennes lace, under the brim, and round the crown. Brim overlaid with autumn tinted foliage and berries. Bow of brown ribbon at the back. , ance. Toque shapes, on the other hand, are blocked hard. With the important exception of the new toques only very slight changes have been made in shapes'WInter hats, however, are a good deal less wide in the brim than those worn at present. The opening of the crown is wide, so that they come well on the head, and many slant down in the nock at the back. This arrangement, how ever, is not so general as it was. Modi fication of the Greenaway, as descrited in my last letter, have either quite flat brims or are lifted on one side to ac commodate the under trimmings. Shapes slanting down at the back are mostly curved up in front, and this portion of the brim is generally con cealed by folds of the material, velvet, soft felt or fur being used for the cov ering. The new models in hats include, therefore, shapes almost flat, and shapes turned up more or less at the front or side. The new toques also assume differ ent forms, but the brim, which is their special characteristic, turns up verti cally all the way around. In some, a few inches of the turned-up brim is cut away at the back. Toque crowns are also wide and fiat at the top, and a couple of inches is the widest space allowed between the sides of the crown and the upturned portion of the brim. This space, however, is generally less Lincoln . . If von Want First Class Service Call on Us : . n rpQ cs-fW.. WEDO WE SELL WE CARRY A rdHolCI Piano and Fur- all grades of a fine line of Car- niture Moving Coal riages & Buggies Co. OFFICE, TENTH AND Q STS. PHONE 176. Catest f&ooks . . Hearts Courageous, by Hallie M. Rives $1.20 The Story of Mary MacLane 1.20 The Virginians, by Owen Wister, 1.20 Stephen Holton, by Charles Felton Pedgin 1.20 Tom Beauling, by Governeur Morris 1.05 Red Anvil, by Sherlock 1.20 Graustark, by George Barr McCutcheon 35 THE LINCOLN BOOK STORE, 1 126 O Street. than two inches. Toques vary in height from two and a half to four inches, and the edge of the brim and the top of the crown are on thewame plane. Many are circular, but the oval forms, curving down slightly back and front, are reckoned more elegant. Low Trimming"" to Continue on Women's Hats. Trimmings continue to be arranged low. There is a slight increase In the height of some of the shapes, but very little additional height is given by the trimming. Feathers and wings, com ing down over the hair behind the left ear and at the back. Is still a very fa vorite method of trimming. The long, drooping scarfs and ends of ribbons will be abandoned for the winter, at least for hats Intended to be worn in the streets. We have yet to see what fashion has in store for us in the shape of evening hats, but, in all probability, lace, especially heavy guipure, either stretched smoothly over a wire found ation, or a careless arrangement over it, will take the lead. Some of the latest productions made for Trouville and other resorts of fashion, are built up of lace and have a deep fall of it around the brim. So far gossamer tissues seem somewhat out of the running, but, nevertheless, we have seen quillings of lisse used to trim winter models narrow quillings laid on the under side of the brim of felt hats. PZ .'4 i r Ba eat Barr Black.