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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta and in two orer cir- cular; _, A. ...-with' Bleeves the use; of Bilk cord-; o> v Of .a heavy of the same shade of blue, it Is applied on collar, sleeves In a very easy running.' design. The sash A VELVET- .black velvet finishes the pretty There is-a slight" at the waist line in. the .model. .This la always, al- lowable if materials are supple and clinging. Striped flannel in old gold Is shown in a very simple cut at the side of 'the page. Ket with 'an embroidered edje la -old gold silk forms the flchu: tnat" practically trims the bodice. The sleeves are edged with a siik cord'artd thd girdle is oft a soft, shada of brown. a.buckle made of cord. How at the flsht impress you? It is for a matron. Of violet- cashmere the la made. A black velvet collar with deep gives a dignity to. the .simple de- sign, x finite of velvet passes around the dde.3 and back, disappearing through buttonholed slow, and" there- fore allowing a one-piece effect -in and black velvet buttons finish the whole. In the seated flrure R rose henrletta trimmed with a huge collar of velvet -with large revers. The collar edged .wltlf folds o? the material. These are on and-are a good-finish, easily appjltd. V For worSen :negligees'are'the motff-BUitabfo of gifts.- With' every etitch can .be sewn .Into the garments the maker's and regard-for the wearer's comfort. From .this group surely one can to suit I the "girl that you like best" IS THERE a question about 2. pretty but serviceable gift that you would- give, to mother, "sister or daughter? Why not a .velvet-trimmed negligee? This is use- ful, as every owner will loudly testify, and has so far departed from loose Idnsbnos or .old-time wrappers that the" 1 testing 'hours' are sometimes the Before you are the newest, and at the earns tjme the easiest, models from the Paris." that understand the art of dressing for the leisure hour' perhaps better than any other. You -will notice velvet in its sweeping campaign in, .woman's dress has these Ideas., velvet-trimmed is .the thing; Black is used most fre- quently, but -sometimes color that Wends' with the other material is used with brilliant success. Pale-rose flannel is used in the model The favorite sailor -collar is here shown! On its edge is used a band of deep-rose velvet 'that accents the Bduare line, at the back and gives a fichc "suggestion in front. This foned Bodice and -skirt. "SBS by sash, knotted at .is In soft liberty vehrlt- In a beautiful" shade of violet There is an art in combining "blue frith purple, but trtten you find the shades that- please the you probably elate the beauty of'thii'' favorite alliance of colors. This same model can be made hip length if your'material be'lini- ited and the-long1-gown" shortened into a charm- ing dressing sacque. On the figure in the background there- is used a black rvel- vet collar, on plain flannel: It is, cir- cular at the back'and comes over the shoulders, being cut aivay to show the circular strip of-embroidery that out-" lines the collar Ime and drops at one side to the bottom of the robe. Lace is particularly appropriate on the silk cashmere In' vtne center sketch. A collar is placed over the and shoulder lines, and crossed revers at the front come from the front odges of the lace decoration. Two .buttons holfi the long revers at the waist' line anil a girdle- of crushed Irene! Fashion Notei For Leisure Hours HB joy of-.alippins'into a com- I -fortable, and at the same tlms good looking, negllfee is app-e- ciated by all women This season we can be more comfort- able and more attractive than 'ever lor fashion has deigned to throw over shoulders veritable dreams of loveliness. Eow do you like the Jdca of a panne fabrics. soft" flgured cotton goods" and cashmere are..the materials-, most used. Trim- mings of cord, net, satin and velvet give distinction to the negligees of the moment. Tour own Individuality that departs from. ,the pattern just enough to give a personal touch is af- ways good. Black, by the way, ic seen to a, great-, extent. .In lounging robes and in traveling negligees Thl practical, serviceable and inconspicu- ous elements are too Important for you to disregard, while the urgent need of one of these garments cannot be too strongly -18 the ouch sflk negligees. large revers cut in one with bodice and turned back from the front -over chemisettes of colored net gorgeous, yet can be develoned along- the same lines in less expensive GOLD gauzer :lace. leather and satin are being worked up Into attractive forma for garments and" hats. Butterflies of white kid are made Nov. 24. by is an entire suit ol wide braid and satin com- bined. This use Is but "an ex- tremft exploitation of the vogue for .wide braids. T.hey are used on many 'tailored suits aind 'wraps. On-the newest skirts there are wide at the back, giving the fullness for which-.the cry.Jias been made. Scarfs-and wraps are combinations or three or materials. One very .attractive scarf of black- unit little wreaths. "Pink Tor the HtiteHw-JM wttablUbed cuattuis, uiici effective. The pointed design on sheer linen more elaborate. Irish lace is used 01 an edging- and insertion is applied witi pointed ends in. If you wish a Hut decoration. or tiny daisies can' b: i tile -betwcea Ut ;