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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1903)
TIIE OMAHA DAILY HUE: SUNDAY, JANUARY 18. 1003.
IN TIIE DOMAIN Of WOMAN.
RESAini.K WHAT" I 'OH WISTEH.
Distinctive Kr.larn nf I.ate nfTrrlnits
Other Winter fJsrmrnls.
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. The Inclfmrnt
breather Is responslhln for m Bens Iblo change
In stroet wraps, the smartest of which
am on tho raglan order. The materials,
quit e Rcn-rally Impervious to rain, are as
Stylish aa serviceable. Made three-quarter
or skirt length, the preferred coats are of
eravenrtte In the quiet Oxford Brays worn
thlM long; while, with here and there aome
effective models In novelty wool.
A becoming coat on this order la In
ibephc nls tloth, a shammy gray and black
material which aomewfadt resembles boucle.
Tho model of the coat Is the prevailing
box shape with skirt flaring widely. The
sleeves are flowing and ornamented with a
Btlkhed band and two black bone buttons,
five of which also appear upon tho smart
boulder cape. Three fasten this detail at
the chest, and two Join the pointed ends
of the high Medici collar.
Another long coat with this same easy
looseness, which Is required of all wraps
nowadays, Is In Oxford gray cravenette,
with black and novelty braid for orna
NOVELTY WOOL GOWN, SELF-TRIMMED
GRAY SQUIRREL STOLE.
ment. This decoration appears only in a
limited quantity, as the best of such coatt
depend mainly upon the cut and a solid
tailor finish for effect. The narrow bands
ot the velvet are applied to the military
collar and turnover cuffs, the braid joining
them with a novel scalloping. A scant
coachman's cape covers the shoulders, and
the front of the coat la pressed to hang
In heavy pleats.
Covering slightly trained skirts In many
varieties of wool, these three-quarter coats
are worn for shopping and other morning
excursions. They tu rarely lined, the ma
terlala being already heavy enough for
warmth, and if a contrasting effect shows
at the Inside, It Is generally because the
tuff la double-faced.
Useful ulsters In stouter and less pre
tentious materials show too popular Nor
folk glrdltug at the waist.
Norfolk sulfa consisting of a short skirt
nd a very loose Jacket are much liked for
practical wear, and It the throat Is dressed
stylishly and a becoming hat Is worn, much
of the masculine touch Is avoided. For
no matter how much the world may preach,
short skirts and mannluh effects have their
drawbacks as well as their virtues. AVe
may rejoice as we go our ways that we are
not gathering germs or supplying odd ends
for the sport of wrestling winds, but we
must look pretty as well. Therefore, re
member that It is the elegance and at
tractiveness of the accessory which makes
the Korfolk suit. With those In rough gray
or black wool, a stolu and muff of gray
squirrel are dressy fixings, and If tho stole
la worn stock fashion oloao to the throat,
with the ends crossing at the back of the
neck, the effect will be even more swagger.
Superior rqulrrel Is the old name for this
stylish pelt, which tho women who read
Oodey'a in ancient days admired immensely.
A becoming short Jacket Is made ot plain
cloth with the whole garment In stitched
pleats. This also shows the Norfolk in
Ouence, in that It Is belted at the waist
above quite a long skirt. One smart gar
ment In this model was of gray satin
finished cloth, with gray and black braid
shaping a stylish frogging at the front
Upon tho closo cuffs, which finished the
full pleated sleeves, was placed one of
the braid ornaments. This coat also showed
shoulder capo in three layers, with the
bottom edges stitched with black. All the
pleats of thu coat were treated In the
Combinations of velvet, lace and fur dis
tinguish some of the reception gowns, with
which It la a fad Just uow to wear white
furs, no matter what tho color of the cos
tume. Whlto fox and ermine sets are seen
OB all aides, and the hats going with them
also generally show a touch of the same ef
fective tklns. To get the fur into the mil
linery without clumsiness requires much
coaxing and the most gifted Angers to boot;
and to achieve tho lightness necessary some
part of the hat must be of luce.
A stunning hut with the brim of white
fox and tho crown of tllianliue lace a thin
silky web of great cftei tivene&s accom
plished at every point the requirements of
Accompanied by a huge white fox muff
this dazillng headpiece was worn with a
black velvet aud lace dress. The lace was
put over white silk and formed a deep skirt
flounce and the best part ot the bodice.
An edge of black fox, beaded by a band of
black velvet ribbon, bordered the flounce,
which was topped by a deeper band of the
fur. All the body of the waist was of the
lace, with deep shoulder caps falling over
puffed velvet sleeves finished with lace
ruffs. White velvet In a highly orna
mental stole trimmed the front of the
bodice, both thla and the white stock being
softened by an edge of black.
Jetted and spangled lacea. In conjunc
tion with fur and velvet, also appear In
elabornte reception gowns, and some of the
effects of color In them are truly wonderful.
Fw example, a black velvet costume, with
Insets of black net spangled with metallic
blue, fell over a silk lining with the re
flection of blue steel. Under the gauxy In
sets of a plain velvet gown were brilliantly-flowered
linings, the figures of the
Insets breaking and mottling them into a
blur of color.
Ilk and I-oe.
Medallions of hand-painted silk, with
frames of lace, are frequently tot In white
cloth costumes Intended for elegant service.
These pictures for one can only call them
pictures display single flowers, urna with
trailing vines, and even Watteati figures.
A pair of court lovers In auro satin gar
ment and rose-garlanded hats danced over
one exquisite lace and cloth frock Intended
for reception wear. Five of the pictures
shaping long, slender ovals, were placed
In the ctoth skirt, with points of the deep
lace flounce running up to frame them.
Four smaller ones ornamented the lace and
cloth bodice, and a narrow rose garland
of the painted satin In detached flowers be.
tween others of lace fell In a bertha
around the shoulders.
This la a fashion too splendid for the
ordinary world, you will say, but please
remember that any novelty which calls for
individual gifts can be turned to economio
account. Nowadays six women out of every
dozen paint to some degree, and, If they
cannot do this, flowered silks may be cut
out and employed in the same way.
One wise girl who knows the value of
always seeming to be in the swim has made
with her own fingers what she calls a
Watteau bodice. Made of pale blue chiffon,
she has introduced In this an all-over
treatment ot lace Insets, the pattern of
these stiff baskets ov rflowing with flowers.
The flowers sho haud-painted In natural
tints and at the handle of each basket a
laco braid was applied to the chiffon to
form a French bow knot. Pale pink panne
composed the belt and stock of this daring
confection, which is worn with a plain
white silk skirt with pink and blue chiffon
dust ruffles. It is for high dress, ot course;
for smart dinners, evening receptions, etc.
Coming down to more practical toggery,
there are some thin figured wools In the
market which It pleases Fashion to make
up self-trimmed. Except at the throat
and waist, where a contrasting velvet is
sometimes used, rarely does a thread ot
other trimming appear on these frocks,
which are as swagger as they are inexpen
sive. Sometimes the material la shirred
at some point, sometimes It la tucked,
sometimes pleated. ' These modest trlcka
relieve plainness in skirt and bodice panels,
btp yokes, sleeve caps and yokes. Hand
some buttons, In any of the popular de
signs, may fasten the front ot the waist
and with a chamois undervest and fur
atole the neat get-up la ready for any
weather. . - ' . i '
Pelerine capes and stole bands are the
favorite models for fur shoulder fixings
but here and there one sees a Short caps
patterns. If you buy them ready made
they are dear $12 the pair, at least.
WOMA WITH A MILK.
Aad the How and Whea and Why
She lie. It.
The most beautiful woman la the cheery.
perpetually pleased woman who smiles con
stantly and who looks at you Imulrlngly
when she meets you on the street.
There Is, perhaps, nothing more ex
quisitely painful and cordially humiliating
to a man than to be told by a member of
the fairer sex: "I bowed to you on tho
street two or three times lately and you
would not apeak to mo." Young men do
not mind thla much and they are seldom
getlo Inoklng toman groaned audibly as
sh" read them off
"Why don't they have more variety?'
she complained. "I simply can't eat ham.
It is too Indigestible."
"Well, take the beef," suggested the
other woaian Instantly.
Tho energetic looking woman drew her
srlf up, and her face shone with noble re
solve. "Not a morsel of beef will cross my Hps
so long as the trust keeps up the price,"
she announced. "I shall not add one cent
to the booty. Why shall I enjoy beef for
my lunch when the hard working women
and sickly children of the poor may not
laRto It from one year's end to the other?"
There was an abashed silence at the
table. The other women looked like chil
dren caught In mischief. The nervous little
woman was the first to find courage to
"But I am so dependent on beef," she
said, "I really think I should Injure my
health If I didn't Insist on a nice, Juicy
piece of beef at least once a day."
"I would be perfectly willing to give beef
up," another woman chimed In, "If there
was a general, organized movement to do
WORSE IN THE MORNING I
That's the trouble with bad backs.
Night brings no rest lying down or standing up, tha ache is there.
Morning come, and it is worse than ever.
RECEPTION GOWN OF BLACK VELVET AND CHANT1LLY LACE WHITB
lib F ; v rs n Yw
chided for such a churllBh delinquency, but
men who are a trifle grizxled and who rush
to the barber shop frequently to be shaved
not because the stubble Is more irritating
than .formerly, but because it Is gray, and
gray stubble is a tattle-tale feel that their
native gallantry has been impeached by
the infirmities of advancing years. One In
ten of these men can recognize
woman on the street, or could recognize
his own wife, did she of his heart and
home change the manner of dressing her
hair, wear a bit of unusual color or ex
ploit a ribbon or a rose in somo unwonted
fashion. The result Is that he la con
tinually In misery, bowing and sere ping to
women whom he does not know and who do
not know htm, and Ignoring the saluta
tions ot women he knows and who are his
It would be a great blessing if the
woman who smiles' would remain from do
ing so at long range and adopt the old
revolutionary method of reserving bcr fire
until she "can see the white of the
enemy's eyes." Men are not as highly
sensitized and delicately adjustable as a
Marconi Instrument and when a smilo Is
sent scurrying through . apace every son
of man reaches for it and tries to get a
strangle or half-Nelson bold on it.
CHINCHILLA SHOULDER CAPB.
ot equal attractiveness. A stylish model
Das a short back nnd scalloped front
reaching a little below the waist. Tails,
attached by the same ornaments which
fasten the front, bang over the arms, and
at the throat tho rape mounts to a blgU
collar. Persian lamb, ermine, black fox
and monkey skin are some of the pelts
used for these shoulder coverings, which,
like all such trappings, should be accom
panied by a ratitf to mutch. But whatever
the skin employed, the tails used at the
shoulders or at thi front for aome of the
capes also display them there are alway
of fox. And to Judge by the different col
orings In these appendages, the fox is a
many-hued animal, for blue, black, brown.
white and gray tails are seen.
For the coldest weather many women of
good senco are discarding petticoats en
tirely, stoutly made knickerbockers of
black cloth taking their place. The knlck
crs button snugly below the hncc, and.
though such details admit ot little charm.
everything Is done to make them attractive.
Brails are put In military stripes at the
outaido legs, and, if a silk lining Is used,
It may be In some brilliant color.
One puir of black cloth knickers bad
the slIU on the outside jfblack in this case)
to facilitate the sy drop of the skirt.
At the waist the heavy pleats were In
aerted In a bias hip yoke, fitting skin tight,
All of tho cold weather trousers show
these flat yokes, which are necessary for
the smooth fit of the skirt.
All of the pattern houfseg sell the knlcker
WHEJI A IX TOOK. IIEEF,
How a Reeolve Atruluat the Ileef Trust
They walked into a ' small women's
restaurant where a lunch costs only 20
cents, but where the menu is limited ana
completely ' surrounded one' of the small
tables. Roast beef and ham and eggs were
tho meat dishes of the day, and the eucr-
-so. But what good could my not eating it
do,' when other people buy it the same as
' The energetic woman began to look less
resolved. "That's so," she murmured
"And I never Could bear bam and eggs."
"Anyhow, I doubt very much' It the poor
need beet as much as we do," a fourth
woman declared. "They don't have brain
work like ours. And beef is necessary for
The energetic looking woman put down
"Let's all take beef," she said.
And tbey did.
For and About Women.
Mrs. Julia A. Fletehe Carney, who wrote
the famous poem, "I.lttle Props of Water,"
is still living at GatetsburB, III., and la
over 70 years old.
Mrs. Laura B. Alderman Is a successful
apple grower In North Dakota. When alio
started her orchards the neighbors all
prophesied failure. But her apples now
have a reputation ot tnetr own.
Mrs. Kugenla Wheeler Goft Is the one
woman In this country who makes jnups
for historical book and alno wall charts
for schools and offices. She la a Minne
apolis woman and spares neither time nor
effort In her work.
Mrs. John Jacob A?tor Is believed to own
the most costly ring in America. It was
made In Paris and nan three large emeralds
surrounded by diamonds. The entire circle
la enenisted with tiny diamonds and the
emeralda are declared to be as nearly per
fect aa any ever seen In Amsterdam. A
flawless emerald la the rarest of gems.
Tills ring is valued at J10.0UO by experts.
Mrs. Isaac E. Emerson of Baltimore has
placed an order fur a private railroad car
and will be the first woman to own uch a
conveyance. Her hunband Is an enthusi
astic yachtsman, but Mr. Emerson abhors
the water, fo at Christmas he made her a
present of the railroad car, which Is now
being built. Mrs. Kmerson proposes to
take parties of friends on long tours over
teftiM$&&-:& lit Vui f Wrox j
Kidneys are to Mame. They're sick
Can't do the work natura Intends them
There's no end to the backache until the
kidneys are msdo woll And there's only
one way to make the kidneys well.
Doan's Kidney Pills
That's the secret of well kidneys. Hund
dreda of Omaha people will tell you so. The
Little Conquerer of Kldnsy Ills has been
making conqttests In Omaha for years.
Your own friends and neighbors havo been
cured Could you ask any betttT .proof
than their testimony?
Mrs. J. T..KIng. of 1516 North Twenty
eighth street, says: "Throe weeks before
I got Doan'a Kidney rills at &)hu t Co.'s
drug store cofner Fifteenth and Doug
las streets, I could hardly crawl about the
bouse on account of pain In tho small ot my
back. I wore plasters all tho time, but
they did me no good. When sitting or re
clining I could srarcoly got on my feet
and I attribute tho cause to an accident
when I fell off the sidewalk, broke a limb
and Injured iny back. Doan's Kidney Pills
at first helped mo and finally disposed ot
the last attack. It requires very little Im
agination to reason that what benefited
me so greatly can be depended upon in the
future should recurrences take place.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale at all
drug stores, 50 cents a box.
FosterMllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
the country as soon as the luxurious vehicle
has been completed.
A horrible suspicion has arisen In con
nection with the loss and prompt recovery
of Mies May Vun Alen's JJ",000 pearl neck
lnce In the Holland house, New York. The
person who returned tne string or jewels
to Its fair owner received a reward of Just
110 and n view of the marked ctltlerenee
between the two sums mentioned it is being
hinted darklv that the near a are bogus.
otherwise even the thrifty Miss Van Alen
miKht have seen tier way to aauing a
cipher to the reward.
On Thursday, January 1, Miss Rena B.
Helkes, ihe first of her eex ever appointed
a deputy prothonotary in Pennsylvania,
completed her three years' term, says the
Philadelphia Press. Tho Cumberland
county bar presented her with a testimonial
In the shaep of a gold watch, chain and
chatelaine. Judge Middle made the presen
tation address. The Incoming prothono
tnry, Daniel Weary, will retain Miss Helkej
as his deputy for the next three years.
Mrs. Zimmerman of Minneapolis runs a
hospital for injured wux figures. The lame,
halt, blind and seedy Images that have
seen too much life at the milliner's, the
hairdresser's and the dry goods shop are
restored to wholeness and beauty under
her skillful ministrations. Mrs. Zimmer
man worked Industriously under a capable
wax figure maker until sho had mastered
the details of the business and for several
years now has practiced successfully In
her peculiar field.
Frills . of Fashion.
Manicure sets of golden copper with sliver
trimming are new and pretty.
Ivory combs for the hair with carved
tops now divide attention with shell goods.
Astrakhan tulle-, one of the. season's novt
e'.tlea, is said to be an admirable substitute
for the genuine skin.
Chrysr-'.-rase with its' apple green coloring
Is introduced In some of the art nouveau
designs, particularly In belt buckles and
The Persian trimming fad has extended
to pajamas and some etching suits In deli
cate tints are edged v. 1th bunds in Oriental
Sash pins and brooches of iridescent cop
per with applied decoration of sterling sil
ver are Included in the collection Of inex
pensive novelties of the year.
Bells of brass for the table are imitations
of old French designs. One Is of a woman,
the voluminous skirts forming the shell of
the bell, the head being movable. Another
bell has the figure of a quaint little man.
Attractive things In card cases are cov
ered with Japanese silk, an upholstering
material, which Is pretty, besides wearing
well. The Inside Is of a leather not to
be seen In American or European articles,
a queer brown Russian leather and a soft
light mottled leather.
The American Indian has decorated pil
lows and draperies for a season or more.
He has been promoted and now figures on
a brooch. One such ornament of gun metal
whs adorned with the figure of an Indian
painted In colors. I
Rings are worn more generally this win
ter than in many years and women are
not obliged to cling so persistently to
gloves. In fact, even at balls the wearing
of gloves Is optional. Rings are mora
elaborate and showy than ever. The most
popular design Is a bulky diamond affair
that reaches from Joint to Joint, while an
ingenious Parisian Jeweler has sent to this
country one of the long rings with hinges,
covering almost the entire finger. The use
of the digit is not Impaired, because the
hinge acts In accordance with the move
ments of the Joints, while the finger ia one
glittering matis. Some fashionable women
wear the wedding ring only, but the ten
dency now Is to smother this sentimental
jewel in a riot of diamonds. In some ln
riances gloves have been slit at the seams
to display rings.
Every mother feel a
great dread of the puin
and dancer attendant unon
the most critical period
of her life. Beeomincr
mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and
dancer incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery.
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Cases with the following diHlrcaMng
Byn.it"ms ured hy Ir. flurkhurt's Veg
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VVHIlE HIB&bN REMEDY
No taaH!. Mo ouoi. cu bo Kivt,it in ulssl
Wult Klbtou itututdy win curs or da.
troy the uiacttauu kii.utito lor s.coiolta
stimulants. Uulur tn patient ts s con
nrmtd inebriate a "tl,,nr, .ocial Uilukaf
or ui unkarii. Iii.uom.oib for am on. id
have an aiUJCtltn lot aleohollo liuuola afl.r
uamv Whits lUbbon l:.,,,.,!,
lnUurartt by Meuibere ait W . t;, x, U,
Mrs. Moore, press superiuteiiUrrit ol Wl
?ru.,kara.. Vb. cure."', L.Tmany!
la nuuir "ss ti. aiedy wa mivii Iv.
?oV..y i1,o'.i"l,li."y "''"''"oei.ti an" Inuoiss
White Itibbon lleinedy. Meinl,,t of ou"
Vniou are u.llglu.d t ,i11(J .u"tt"
treatment to aid u. In ur temr.ncs
Lru;lxts r b niBi
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