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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1905)
T1IK OMAHA' PATT.Y TlEEjSUXDAY, XOVEMBER 12, 1005.'-
Striking Things in Stylish Haberdashery
If You Wear
You can rest assured
is the best
The name that means fine art creations in
0m tnm& "my m' shoes
j 'm I STYLES TMA
EXCELL AND LEAD ALL OTHERS.
Quality and ptlca always the sam;
O C f For a better shoo than
2rt of C(lua .' what
mJJ others sell for the best
SPECIAL We carry a complete line of Dr. Heed's
Cushion Hole $5.00 Shoes.
REGENT SHOE CO.,
205 South 15th Street.
?' fee Ov ii
Thanksgiving Day without one of
is like Retting a check from father tie forgot to sign.
I don't furnish a room for 109 dollars, but I hare 160 styles of
furnishings In one room. -
,107 S 16th Street
rk Jr "Old ritimnM, old n . ,. Jf
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HOME VISITORS' EXCURSIONS
' FROM ALL POINTS ON
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
GREATLY REDUCED RATES CAST
"-Indiana, Ohio and oertafn points In Illinois, Kentucky, West
Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Miohlaan and Ontario,
November 27th. 1905. A Return, limit; 21 days.
' '- DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
To visit the old home and as yoar friends ot othm days.
t row eTieuians. inouisc or conssava sssnt. os .
B. C. TQVNSENO. ftaral Piwus sal Tick.l Agrat. St Uslt.-M..
fi vfHSl 'WvWI D f n fffTj Jr B "'', Ktrmmss sre Walk-Ovsr Osportunltlss" st the JCTa
1 V 1 rJffl 2lAU I WALK"VER SHOE STORE. :
lAln feJ I -SflPT) WlgWi 1 ED' THOWPSON' "The Walk-over Man." S-J I
Ln CB"nrl fyf B Hsndsomsly Illustrated Styls Book-Sslf-Msssuremsnt Systsm j
NEWEST TiriNQB IN MEN'S Ft'RNISHINGS.
N hftbe rrtnshery the wing collar
comes to the lead, and If nothing
happens will be the ble feature of
j'KTjpl the fall snd winter. There Is
' ' nothing especially new about It.
It Is much the samo collar that has been
worn for some months, bul It'wll! be the
collar of the year. The point that Is par
ticularly to bs remembered about It Is that
the tendency will be toward moderate wings
and a generally conservative style. The
round tab wing promises to be In favor. To
a eeVtaln extent the fashion Is going to be
for comfort In collars, and the youth or
man who does not heed this may possibly
find himself rather conspicuous. One of the
fashion journals hints that the trade in
standing collars Is to be pushed pretty ex
tennlvely this fall, and that a season of
large cravats Is coining In. In general this
will probably be the case. It looks like a
winter of large cravats, though the outlook
for the fall Is undoubtedly for four-ln-hands.
The proper slse of these Is to be
two and one-half Inches. A three-Inch
four-ln-hand, the authorities say, does not
make a stylish knot. The Idea ot the hab
erdasher who caters to the fashionable
trade seems to be that with the four-ln-hand
should go the wing collar. The larger
the four-ln-hand the larger tabs the collar
The range of colors and tints is very wide.
Light shades are quitp correct for the fall.
Green and red appear to lie the leaders,
with red promising to increuse in popular
ity as the .weather gets cooler. Red. Indeed,
looks as If It would be an important factor.
Garnet and maroon seem to lie favored
greatly. Gray will be another popular color
and there Is some purple In vogue. For
winter ascots will enjoy a large cull, ami
these are being made up In very expensive
silks. The cravats of this year, the outlook
Is, are going to run to a pretty good price,
somewhat more then usual.
For evening dress the edict of fashion Is:
Wear a tie of plain or figured lawn or
linen, two or two and one-half Inches. It
Is also correct to wear figured white ties.
hut If may be questioned If these will gain
much vogue. They are s little extreme for
nine men out of ten, and It Is difficult to
Improve upon the plain white lawn tie.
Coat shirts are beginning to supersede all
others. They have tho merit of comfort,
and put on and take off so easily that there
Is little question but thut In time they will
take the place of all other shirts. In ready
made shirts the attached cuff shirt Is gain
ing ground. Patterns vary greatly. On on
hand there is a tendency toward conserva
tism, in the direction of black and white,
and on the other bright and gay colors have
a large following. Checks and plaids for
shirt patterns are much in vogue Just now,
and It is likely they will be considerably
worn this fall. Blue shows signs of being
a favorite color.
White half hose are what the fashion ex
perts say are the thing. This news may bn
taken somewhat with a grain of salt. It Is
not to be a gay hosiery'wlriter at all, so far
as the tendency can be learned. Grays,
blues and tans seem to be the colors.
Latest Patterns in Foot Clothing for Men
' REGENT PATTERN.
L'BL-IC taste Is drifting more and
more toward patent leather for
men's footwear. In every shop
the demand Is Increasing and the
manufacturers are reporting two-
thirds of their business being done In this
The demand Is created by the nifty ap
pearance of shoes in this leather, which
lends Itself beautifully to combinations
with kid and calf skins used for the uppers.
Probably the most popular shoe for this
season is the Patent Colt, supplemented by
v WALK-OVER PATTERN. l
such admirable1 chrome leathers as Velotir,
Calf. Ylcl Kid. Box Calf and the dull Qua
The Blucher cuts are extremely popular
In high cuts and oxfords. Toes are slightly
narrower, with a tendency toward still
Patent leathers are so very much In de
mand that even spring goods are feeling
the Influence and a fine line of Oxfords In
two-button Bluchsrs, four-button, buttoned
Oxfords In plain and foxed Blucher styles
are promised by the leading manufacturers
of men's shoes.
Odds and Ends for he Men
Spend Winter Where the
Orange Trees are Blooming
Not necessary to invest a fortune on that California trip.
Few find it extravagant most people find it economical to go, for a
month or six weeks, avoiding cold and snow doctors' bills coal bills
And the fine weather and good times awaiting you there are all clear
gain- in happiness, health and a store of strength for future years.
The Rock Island offers more lines of through tourist cars between the
Kast and California than any other road.
Two routes Southern and Scenic. Two daily through trains via the
former the lowest altitude route across the continent.
If interested let me send you our illustrated literature of great value
in formulating plans.
Our Tourist folder, and California Trains book with literature about
the Golden State, free for the asking.
F. P. RUTHERFORD. D. P. A.
1323 Farnatn St., Omaha, Neb.
Iwitter For l.loed Coats.
HE popularity of fur-lined gar
ments for men and women has
made them prominent factors In
the fur business for 1906-S. Long,
loose-fitting, comfortable and
swagger they are almost Indispensable for
the uses for which they are designed. They
are practical for motoring or driving, and
make an Ideal garment for evening wear.
The best models are made of kersey or
broaclcloth shell, cut very full, with a
sweep that allows the garment to hang
gracefully. Popular furs for lining are
muskrat, squirrel, mink, or Persian lamb,
and effective trimmings are shown In
mink, otter, Persian lamb and sable. The
range of prices Is large.
Progress la Clothes Making.
N these days of progress nobody
Is surprised at great achieve
ments. Everything Is taken for
Thus, In the past decade, ready
made clothing has emerged from the con
dition of "hand-me-down" to a splendid
position in men's apiiarel.
As might be expected, among the tens
of thousands of clothes makers, great and
small, there is opportunity to foist much
clothing of poor quality, shoddy material
and Indifferent workmanship, on the pub
lic. Naturally, the greater bulk of clothing
made Is practically unknown to the public
at large, and of course, it forms the
greater part of the stock of most retail
There are, however, half a dozen good
makers, who have set their light on a
hill Instead of under a bushel, and have
established the name of their product
through advertising; the pioneers of adver
tising having bfen the first to recognise
the neceHity of raising the standard of
ready-made to the highest possible degree.
It has been the universal custom to lay
most stress on the outward appearance of
garments. Put this point has lost much
of Its force, for the simple reaaon that
"style," so-called, may be secured In the
cheapest garments. a
There Is a certain uniformity of style In
all guU cluthes, whether custom mude or
Take several reputable makes and they
will differ only In the degree of skill shown
by the designer or the workmen. This Is
where some knowledge of good makes
benefits the wearer.
One of the great western manufacturers,
whose product has been known for many
years throughout the west, has recently
opened up a vigorous "campaign of educa
tion" to Instruct the "consumer" In the
secrets of clothes making, and explain the
For Instance, this maker takes the stand
that permanence of shape can be secured
only by absolute correctness of making, and
that, logically, the only permanent way
to correct fundamental mistakes In clothes,
making Is by hand needle work. In this
way the manufacturer referred to clearly
outlines' the faults thut have characterized
clothes making In the past and explains
Its method of needle work "revision."
!? of the Shirt Specialist.
Mm ADAGE that time makes
I I many changes applies strongly
I to men's SDnarel and esneclallv
so to two of the most necessary
adjuncts, shirts snd underwear.
Time was when a man walked Into a
store and gave his neck measure for a
shirt, his breast and waist measure for
under clothes and took all the chalices of
them not fitting him. In fact, there was
nothing else to do. But nowadays things
are different. The man who wears good
shirts and underwear cannot be satisfied
with the ready made shop goods, lie must
have them made to hts measure, must have
his own Ideas carried out, as to style, color
and fit, details unknown to the ready ntade
garment, are at his command, so that his
shirt snd underwear matter is quite as
Important as his tailor, for it goea with
out saying, that where you find an out
wardly well dressed man, his shirts and
undergarments are Invariably In keeping.
The people who cater to the well dressed
man no longer call themselves "shirt
makers." but "specialists." and such they
really are, for they offer advantugea to
the good dresser far and amay ahead of
(lit ready made establishments.
To a Good Habit
and now offers this advice: Have your SHIRTS and UNDERWEAR
made to measure. It doesn't cost any more than ready mads thai is
If you so to
Shirts and Underwear Made to Order
1516 Harney St. Burwood Theatre
, Successor to Nebraska Shirt Co.
HOME VISITORS' RATES
Illinois Central It. It
The Date, November 27th
A chance to visit your old home. Why not spend
Thanksgiving with old friends once more? Thf; Illinois
Central makes this possible by offering exceptionally low
rates for the round trip, as shown below, with 21 day limit.
Indianapolis, Ind 9123.20
Louisville, Ky...A $2fl.oo
Detroit, Mich. , Ti3.83
Buffalo. N. Y 933-00
Salamanca, N. Y 9.70
Cleveland, O 28.sn
Columbus, O 928.15
Correspondingly low rates to nearly all points in the
For full particulars call-at 1402 Farnam Street, Omaha,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, OMAHA, NEB.
Cincinnati. 0 92T.as
Toledo, O 92S.70
Pittsburg. Pa.... 9:11-00
Wheeling, W. Va 91.70
Sprlngneld. Ill 917.45
Kankakee. Ill 918-00
Bloomington, 111 916.84
Decatur, 111 9 17. IK)
Pease Bros. Co.
The One Place
In Omaha where you can be assured of the CORRECT style and th
BEST of everything In
Men's Furnishings, Hats,
I InffpflVPfll to measure at no advance over the prices charge
UllUii ticai (or aize, carried In stock. The most complel
line in Domestic hoJ Foreign makes.
JlUTwa ierrj ,Di Risk Qloves.
Pease Bros. Co.
1417 Farnam St.
jit r I tA.
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