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MONDAY. OCTOBER, 13. 1802.
COME TO US
We have a select slock of bea
ver, mink, marten and fox
They are of the highest quality
and we quote prices lower
A second shipment of waists,
coats and skirts. The ladies
took such a fancy to our new
ideas in stylish goods that we
soon sold our first shipment.
A Monte Carlo, or a nice tailor
made skirt? We make them
to fit you in style of the hour.
THE EASTERN CLOAK, SUIT,
SKIRT AND WAIST FACTORY
ED. EBEN, Prop.
First class work. All kinds of it
Tinning Everything In the
Hue of repairing and new g
work done promptlv and sat-
WHITE SATIN THE MATER...
I PAR EXCELLENCE,
B. F. BECK,
214 Court St.
Exquisite Designs for the All-Important
Trousseaux Nothing Consider
ed Too Expensive to Meet the Re
quirements of Fashion.
New York, Oct. 13. Now that
autumn modes have been established
and nt least half of the orders deliv
ered to the wearers of smart frocks,
the modistes have little time to turn
their attention to wedding gowns.
What a difference between the
trousseaux of this autumn and last
spring! It seems almos iucrediblo
that a subject upon which so many
enorgles have been expended could
be treated so variously in such a short
space of tlmo.
If there Is one point in common
with the wedding gowns of last spring
nnd those of tills autumn It Is the
fact that white satin remains the ma
terial par excellence for those gowns.
But even this fabric has a rival.
Satin loulslne ranks as a leading ma
terial for bridal dresses True. It Is
appliqued, shirred, embroidered and
befrilled in lavish profusion, but
through all this ornamentation the
lustrous surface of the loulslne gleams
and Its drooping softness produces
a most graceful effect.
An exceedingly chic design shows
a traMing skirt appliqued around the
foot with squares of real lace. Giv
ing support, as It were, to the un
stitched edges of the lace are bias
bands of white panne velvet. These
bands are sewed upon only one side
and are applied with a rather loose
stitch that suggests a cross between
hem-stltchinp and the featherbone.
The bodice is embroidered all over
in open-work designs and the perfor
ations of the embroidered are finished
by an intricate outline of velvet. This
elaborate decoration is carried out on
the flowing sleeve and extending from
elbow to wrist there Is an undertuck j
of Iouisine trimmed with rows of chif-,
fon headed with veivet.
Wedding gowns of white satin are
almost invariably heavily appliqued
with lace. What material there is
that Is not trimmed, la embroidered
in silver nnd pearls.
Following tho prevailing fashion
sleeves of wedding bodices nro pro
vided with a Hull Hare, supplemented
by nn undorcuff that affords unlimited
opportunities ror invisn uruuiuvmu-tion.
The fnshlonoble bridal hat Is larger
than ever. For the trimming flowers
nnd lace arc taking the place of
feathers and the nlry effects gained
by this substitution are both smart
and pretty. The ultra-smart bridal
wardrobe, however, Is not without Its
smaller shapes. The chic little tur
ban which Itcboux. the Parisian milli
ner unearthed from Second Empire
days and Is exploiting with wonderful
daintiness Is ns mucli In demand In
Gothnm as It is in Paris. The smaller
hats bear numerous wings nnd tips
and there Is no end to tho clever
whims Into which the former are
coaxed. One secret or the popularity
which wings enjoy is their exquisite
colorings. There is scarcely a tint
which has not been reproduced in
these ornithological trimmings this
season nnd the freedom with which
they are used is enough to daunt the
most untiring of Audubon Society
Tho snrplice effects are seen In
nearly all of the autumn trousseaux.
In n dark green reception gown the
surplice bodice has flat, broad bands
of Maltese lace, deep ovni tint, bor
dering the crossed fronts of the bod
ice. The vest is embroidered in soft
Persian colors and in eccentric ori
ental designs. The volumnious sleeves
have close-fitting undersleeves em
broidered to match tho embroidery.
The skirt is plaited, close-fitting
around the hips and flaring nt tho
foot. The entire costume is built upon
a foundation of apple green taffeta
and is completed with a toque of the
same color velvet, trimmed with
darker green satin rosettes and ecru
It cannot be truthfully claimed even
for the most fashionable of ward
robes that a great variety of shape?
in hats are Included. When one has
selected a Santos-Uumont. a I.ouis
XVI and the noncommittal Cavalier,
there Is not much left to choose from.
A veritable dream is a surplice of
pale rose liberty satin with n sur
plice frill bordering the crossed-over
pieces, the fr.ils being scalloped and
worked with black silk The chemi
sette is of white lace and the white
lace throat band is finished with a
1 narrow band of black velvet ribbon
caught In front by a nroocn oi .
. l . .n1r1c Till. SlPOVCS
are full and finished with scalloped
.,,,,1 i,lnnL- i.mlirnldered frill.
The undersleeves of white lace are
I caught nt the wYist with bands of
i hinni- wive! rlhlion nnd little Jewolod
I buckles to match the brooch.
Wreaths of flowers and ieai-s .
out of velvet or silk nnd appliqued
on net or lace, ornninent many of the
evening gowns contained in bridal
wardrobes. A white Tnoiissellne do
sole made over white silk has three
rows of narrow whito satin ribbon
around the skirt, a few Inches from
the hem. At Intervals aro wreaths,
very smnll nnd dainty ones of blue
forget-me-nots, cut out of blue satin
and veined delicately with palest
green silk thread.
These wreaths arc put on over the
ribbon which gives them a back
ground as well as a more solid basis
than they would have If appliqued on
the mouHsoline Itself.
Utile wrenths of pink roses or green
velvet leaves nre delightfully chic ap
plied In this manner. They have been
employed for gowns of cloth and silk,
hut their true mission is to adorn airy
tulles and gausses.
The flat silk gimps and plain nnd
faue mohair galloons are a favorite
trimming for vlBitlng gowns. Many
of the camel's hair. Venetians and
other wool suits Intended for fall
brides and imported from Paris nre
finished in simple tailor style, but
with a departure In the form of these
braids of graduated width as decora
tions for skirt and jacket. Very often
there Is a fine cloth veat of pale
chamois or biscuit color striped ver
tically with the narrow gimp, nnd the
deep cuffs that finish tbo sleeves nro
also made of the light cloth and trim
med to match.
Fur appenrs on many articles of
dress sent from Paris, from Police
boots for winter driving to headgear
of various kinds. As for feathers,
they are used in every poslble man
ner on muffs, boas, wraps and bod
ices to make amends, as it were, for
their less frequent use on hats.
The details of the bridal wardrobe
are innumerable. Gloves, except for
evening wear show only one or two
buttons, and it is considered the smart
thine to have these monogramed.
Nev'r whs there a season when it
was so essential that the initials ap
pear ombroidcred upon wearing ap
imrel. Not only are the underments
so mnrked, but all of the outer
necessities nnd whorovor it Is possl.
hlo, gold and silver nre employed to
accomplish tho work.
, Tiny wrist bags, card cases, pocket
' books and such trifles como In dainty
scented leathers to match tho various
costumes nnd tho workmanship de
pends largely upon tho occasion for
which the article Is used.
The craving for luxury is entered
to In the smnllcst belonging of dress
and small fortune Is no longer con
sidered n criminal extravagance, but
an nbsolutc necessity to meet tho re
quirements of fashion
Melody In Perfume.
I New York, Oct 13. Thoro is
something new under ihe sun and
Oothamltes are to havo tho first taste,
or rather the first sme'l or It. To cul
tivate the olfactory nerves, "by the
artistic manipulation of perfumes,
which will yield esthetic pleasures
slmllnr to music or pictorial art,"
there Is going to bo n perfume con
cert at tho Carnegie lyceum tomor
row, "nn experimental concert," as
Its authors modestly put it. nnd n
I sucossion of scouts will be squirted
I about the hall and over the audlenco
iso ndoptly that those present will
think tliev are in Jnnan. At least the
management of the nffair is going to
1 present "A Melody in Odors," and j
I will cnll the melody "A Trip to Japan
in Sixteen Minutes," asking those to
' believe, when they sniff certain aro
mns, that they aro really transported,
sensually, to the crysantbemum klng
' doni. That the blunted olfactory
1 nerves of the Philistines may be per
suaded. If possible, the illusion will be
helped out by the assistance of "two
geisha and n solo dancer," who will
perform while the perfumes are be
Wo nflVr One Hundred Inlliirtt Howard
fur miy i'iikc of C'atnrrh that cannot tie
I'lii'fil liv Iliill's Cntnrrli Cure,
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We. the iindornlRnl. Imvp known F. J,
I'lieiiGj for tlu punt- 15 yenrs, and believe
ldm to be perfectly honorable In nil linsl
iieos triuiviietlons nnd Hiiniiclnlly nble to
rnrry out liny obligation)! made by tbelr
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Wholesale Ilrncclstx. Toledo, O.
Hull h Caiarrb Cure Is taken internally.
wTlnp directly upon the blood nnd mucous
surfnee of the system Testimonials sent
fw l'rlcp 7,'c per buttle. Sold by nil
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THE BEST FAMILY COUGH REMEDY
Every day we are asked by customers what cough remedy is the best
to take. Now we want to sell you just what you want to buy We
also want to sel that you will buy it from us again. It would be
foolish for us to advise you to take one cough remedy in prefer
ence to others if that one had not proven itself to be trustworthy
and satisfactory. Therefore when we tell you tlut we consider Tam
arack Cough Balsam the best family couyli remedy we do so advised
ly. We know that it will stand the test. We know that it is the
best family cough remedy made. Price 25 & 50c. Made and sold only by
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Chapped skin and cracked lips sometimes come in early autumn
unless you use Clover Cream. One of the best things about Clover
Cream is that it is quickly absorbed. You don't have to wait until
night to apply it use it any time it is free from stickiness. It is
always good for a rough skin; never bad for a delicate skin. 25c a
bottle. A sample to try for the asking. Made and sold only by
F. W. SCHMIDT
We Quarantee Every Remedy We Make and Cheerfully Refund Money if not Perfectly Satisfactroy
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