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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta For the HOME DRDS SMAKER "N more fashionable." This dictum, directly from Paris, portends popultr- tty of sen eg in all the ulhirlim shades of blue for early fall suits. Now Is the time when the woman considers haf fall and winter _. wardrobe, and In planning thl. will not overlook the ImpcrUnca of having one frock of aerg-e made on of the one-piece pattern. Even now, on cool dayi, iheau Attractive costumta appear on. tha Streets Of they art adapted to.i clay's outlnK br boat or motor. Surely fir! whs Is ready to go baafc to college or boards school will Include dress of in her outfit. the Illustration models that will first faihlon during- the cominr win- ter season. These frocks art made up with othjr nftterUIs. holdlnr to ths pl4n so well Mtabllshtd In the Utt few months of flombinlnr two or more in one fDWn. flnt It ot navy .eriro etit on simpla HUM, hiving bodict mad itraichl fcur-gorod iltlrt nMrow .howlnr a deep' V to front, ma the CUff> of wiilto or pfque, which alio appeari In the with.m oblonc buoJde Cuffi. bdt and yoke detachable. wer easily be laundered. It to have more one of no while ons Is cleaned cfcn be In use. A broad-flaring white fait hit deco- rated with u bow of blue satin ribbon this 'tnmrt costume. Thlv Mmc In silk or charmeune would be attractive. DHp bine a bit lljrhter In than the is uied for the leootid model. Thlb chlo modal shows very vide folding over to the raised waist line, where ihe bodice Is mot by a belt of black patent leather. Rows of black sou t tic he braid outline the ajid also trim the (leaves and skirt. This trick of applying- trim- mini of braid in straight from Black and White IN SPITE of pernlsl.nt rumor the true Parisian touch to dlitlnrulih ihi-m from froolia mads at home. There Is a ehnnjtfl, howevtr for nnw thn trick is to veil black material with filmy while, instead n-hlto wtth Mark. TOsck satin, used ay a foundation and rovered wllh while lulls or "el. Is now Ihe extreme of lasK, 'or an evenlnn frock. The enM I'mni'm 'ay .IceHnl nlre.s "pon this arranKomnnl. Callot a made of black satin veiled With Unely pleated while U- and lace. A deep hem of the finished skirt, and under tho tulle, which shows through In a most attractive way. are bands of sllvsr nalloon. The effect Is extremely attractive, as are other models on the name order. Whll. lice veiling black marquisette Is another fancy of Iho French. A handsome model nf cllnirlnit black mes- mllne has an overdress of creamy laco, shoiylnif a heavy design at the hem, wllh a figure In trailing vines exlendlnn all the way up to the extended waist where It railed In the rainiest trac- vrllh lino .luring, of 'while llni" 5 wllh hands lulle Khlrrlngs crossing the arms mid- way bi'lweod Ihe nlhow and shoulder A lllch Klrdle or softly folded hlirt panne velvet is held In place a little to Vi fi, i the with Wblt'1llr1- to hem on skirts is now and popu- lur. The buttons arc satin covered. They give a pVotty noto to tho gowii. Altovcr lace forma the yoko and uniler- sleoves, and tho hut is of black French felt, with a buy butterlly bow of laco Placed buck on the rfc-Ht side. In tho .next model we have king's blue scree- combined with black satin. Tho small round yoko, undcrsleevcs and belt aro of .satin, wfille the Hat applied yolta and brctellcs aro out in one and at Itched on. The frock opens in the back under a box pleat concealing hooks. Metal but- tons and simulated buttonholes are used with rood effect. Four inches from the bottom of the skirt Is a bias baud of same width stitched on the upper edge. The amall poke-shaped hat has as 111 only adornment a. larso bow or corn .nalln placed directly In the from Itlack-and-wliito strlpod black satin la the UunmlnE on iha fourth model. Double brUellcs Blvo the military touch 10 this quaint frock, which the way. will be seen In tlic newest models in some form or other This EOWII Is plain and shnple Hues., hut decidedly good acaln the narrow glrdlo is of salln hpl.l n place with a fancy Buckle. The but- tons are cloili covered and llic yoke ami imtlcrslecvos of llBilrc.l net _An all-black hat worn, whteh I, trlmmM with many loop, Sofl satln A handhae of ECTptian embroidery on dark blue satin adds a touch, of brleht lh0 cos- Ujrht and dark blue striped serge makes tho next yownl Blue silk the Of the lighter stripe is used for the. flat bib yoke and deep cuffs; also to cover the button molds on the sleeves Striped net makes a. dainty finish to the bodice at tho neck nnd underslcoves and the lie Is of black silk One of the newest shaped medium- sized hats of felt is here shown, hav- a black velvet facing and trimmed Our French Fashion Notes Graceful Ruffles RUFFLES have como Into. fashion again. Slender women and young elrls will fl-olcomo these dainty trimmings fdr their summer dress's." of the newest frocks from Paris hftvs narrow ruffle aro'und the bottom of the skirt and the same mode of adorning plain bodices. A pretty model for a debutante, espe- cially ir she be a slender slip of a girl, a frock of figured net made up over slip of satin a delicate shade. Make Iho bodice perfectly plain, except for a deep V of finely lucked mousseUne, On a straight foundation of net put three lace-edged ruffles three Inches wide, letting them-overlap very slightly and arrange them so as to form a point at the ends. Place this over the shoul. ders or the bodice from Ihe waist lino In the back lo Ihe waist line In ths fron1' oiilllnlnj the yoke. Make a plain c'.ose-ntting sleevn. with a Kie Correspond with the ruffle edge? and finish Ihe low-cut neck In Ihe same wife walsi and shirr It In at the knees, where the same width ruffles that are on the bodice are repeated. Tim, up ,'hr "e- Sln Eklrt mMe Narrow ruffles are being applied w the now BOWIIS .llffeionf wnvs. The FOR evening, tulle over satin Is much in evidence. The unusual color combinations tre the iure. For instance, pink over yellow touched up with pale blue, purple and royal blue, green and silver, silver and red, are some of the exquisite Very large flat hats are worn .for the events on lawn and 3.1 the shore. One seen at a lawn fete last week was of white straw with a black velvet croWn. On the brim was a band of pleated white tulle. Pale pink- roses surrounded the crown. This whlto and pink combination is quite evident In the late summer millinery. At Jlumplemeyer's tearoom there was worn a beautiful white hat with draped emblem, the velvet crown end- Ins In a how at the front. This VM worn m-ith a blue taffeta dress trimmed with white tulle. Hats of linen with rolling brims, like tha Breton peasant shapes, are worn. Trimming is quite simple, usually a Idnir linen embroidered on the edge In coarse linen colnspots. Hlufl straw Is trimmed with a scarf of pongee In natural color. Jjany large hata are sold with a set of adjustable scarfs to each hat. A suede or chiimofe scarf, a foulard, pongee, linon nml-rye- let embroidery hand come with each SKicS-JS yo" Atlnxctlve bnllilni! caps arc oullc HHe Ihe oriental tnrtiana or IhiMtcr the winter. A noftunlns trill around tile cdKe does nmcl. to mnkc the French- woman attractive In the aet. Valenciennes ince (n imtern for croNvns of hnls iiml for cov- iirlnc or facing llniiGrle hals. The nar- row lano iise.1 runic., an ihe un- i'''mc? i ?lr3S net am of bliifi; About Slippers SOME of the most beautiful slip- pers are of soft lustrous satin, made perfectly plain, with a me- dium Cubnn heel and a small rhine- stoue buckle in front. Alany of them are finished with a soft chou of chiffon-or mallne, held In place with a round jeweled ornament, and have small satin bowa .In front. For thfl bride, white natln slippers having a tiny cluster of the slRiiificant orange blossom on the aro quito correct. The new note In milady's shoes and slipper-, is that heels are lo be a trifle' lower than heretofore and toes moro pointed. Velvet and ?uede pumpa have much worn, during the summer anil Costumes of Surah aro favoring tailored p- costumes of slllt worn much the ones-time fashionable surah, chic' are those wlilto Btirah showlnff facings of black or bhick-and- wliite striped a.itln. will continue to he popular during tho Thesis havo quite taken the p1a.ce of 'faL'-. rulc' thcJ' RTG so nml Sfl at Drench capital mid Promtay to be extensively worn during tho early fall sennon by women of fash- ion in America. Coats' aro cut on rather straight linen, thcv ai on fmte comfortable women Jiute up. even when cold wniither st-ta in The Prfincli hiiH alniont entirely adapted to f-trcei woar. although It Is still seen oil evening .flippers, Vory beautiful arc Mis "ninlfis" rle- 'wftii llttln morn -of a HIIB- In ml tlic waist than seen for' some 'tfme. Shirts bit fuller ;il- the hpni, but- still H re; hip signed for the boudoir. Those soft. KesU-V1 "ftlnP In comfy loumrltiff slippers ttro made of for. and In tlie daintiest shadoa. Some aro embroidered and a to trimmed with iittlo bowi of Buckles are seen on rill newest tiiippt-Ts. LSFRP, small nnd medium, it matters not what vtea is HO'lt-l.i a liycklf. They nr.-; nf jowclcd elnboralftly. Icaib- fiovcred, or havlnj; mital frames laid with satin, suede or velvet, :injc clrwcly to tlio figure about (lift nd at llic wiilst line, whlnh In s clroiipeil nora agnn. Slrlprd siilfn of wlillo wllh Mack or n- color, sometimes a vivid one Is em- Ployitd ftir- colliir, rwvur and cuff fnc- i hips and at llic wiilst li nmriy qf Hie ly tho normal agnln. am covered with gay- colored silk and used as an added trim- mine on the black or white surah milt with an upstanding fen-ther of white, heltl In place with three satln-covsrcd buttons. Smflketl-pcRrl but'tons trim-the. last model, the being simu- lated 'with soutaclie braid. A lace col- lar nnd underslceves are used, and the kimono sleeves take n triple tuck effect. Tills Is carried out on the skirt by the application of hands .stitched only on the upper ertue. The girrtlfl Is of softly folded blue satin and finishes with a lorn; looped bow In the bnclf. The hat of liglil blue French felt, "facuit with dark blue and trimmed with a bow shaded blue ribbon. woman who possesses one of, those .ttyllsh model.1 -may .count herself fortunnlc and will always feel woil dresKtd for the shopping tour or outing during the season 10 come. It would be well, however, when hav- ln% tbe made, to have jacket of material made to over ihe cown In cold weather. Thus you will have a practical suit U> meet every emergency. L ;