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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta For the HOME DRLS S MAKER SUMMER SACQUES AND PETTICOATS YOU certainly wearing the aame -.that >ou. wort two attic have brought cut itralfht in undwaklrta, and here tncy are you.'ln newvat attmotlve form. Paris la. now countcntndnir the silk petticoat for the winter nhtnvi: fir the at tin .aft, It li cm on the utrafrsht and flttetl the Three of, valve; ribbon or ribbon on the1 lower end, tied In flat bows HI aide. whole easily 1 oonIM and good-loo Icing. The little drearinc a-wwiie fe of.dotte-1 wwiaa. trimmed with ineerUon. it has a round yoke of inwrtkm, edged with luce.! and trhnmed with narrow bands of the dimity. Kimono sleeves ttclred 'with lace, and R cutaway line vtrec emart look front. A belt of velvet Is fastened at th> front under e. Trivet flower. Satin In color nsay be with charming effect. The aecofMl nerlipje fastens cm each buttons. It Is of sllfc mas- lln. edged at the top with-black satin, and the gray color is brightened" up with hand embroidery in an'effective, design that forms a voke in'frOnt.- Tha eortf la of pink silk and the-- raised waist Batiste, lawn or china., rttk cap be: for the next It "-cut round at the .top and trimmed .wltfc" in- sertion two laehee VThla forme n double TOW in frwt and finishes the lower edge of The. aleeres are cut In one and edged with .the lace, while a cotton eor3, in. white" or color, to match, the rubric., the cool gar- ment at .the-waist. The petticoat .under this pretty sacquo it of, the new china ail It onss, with fntnty ruffle of flowered muslin. The trpe g-ood to' wear under tolls or marquisette summer frock. The flowered rufilo is sometimes veiled with white nat t Cotton crepe la used In the pointed Crepe de chine is used for the petti- and a ruffla of deep silk fri with HM dark satin revers and ouA. OM roae with corbeati blue flg- the color and; of course, UM an of biue liberty satin. The lower eajrv Is pointed down and the I tm due to the circular cut of the PfolUffl. A huUerflr bow.fastens at One In tha petticoat, supple foulard in neli de rose with a large dot on tha ruffle is used.- Ths slttwi collar It used on tin- npxt dotted! swlM model. It la fastened at the. .aide with a crocheted ornament, and a band of lace Insertion edges the crossed collar. The skirt is of an un- usual deilfrn. slashed at the side and trimmed with .soutache. It is of heavy pongee, the durability of which "should speak for Itself. Tl'e ilress'ns sacque !s cf de chine in a. pale rose. A lace collar is attached under the hands that out- line the edges of the bodice Turned- back cuffs trim the short sleeves and a deep rosc girdle of silk U tied around the waist. Is used In Paris for'evening wear. Such ia the atorv of the sacque and petticoat. It Is one that should be read with Interest by all women who fond of the beautiful and practical. The Deep Collar FRENCH FASHION NOTES not to Billy, but his The effect to really stunning tyjf, hns made ita on blouiei and Tin thif faihlon, to shown In comMnttlon. tfcta iaUfi-bjM awrjre fcttflafc, n-_ ln ns drawing the threads In and thon whipping over the edges, First top of the nquare ahould be whipped or buttonholed; then two or three strands of (ho heavy thread should be woven between the two edges, the loivor- odje should he Whipped anil Ihd opposite side should be wwon-leavlns'tlic needle ready lo whip the upper edge at the next In the row III collar, there'is, as he, been said, a sii.tecs how of plain burlap, a two-Inch han ol the serge la each tug. In this c.iso. thore are deep cult. natch, The sailor dotted .foulard mhows the use of the dress matcrlat'or .trlmmlnfr In this connection, and also the popular collar. The top collar Is of cerise satin, the next lower of darlt blue velvcl, and the deep one of blue-and-white dotted foulard, this fabric being combined vrlth plain dark in modification thU Idea .the round double oolltr The lop part of this Is of Irish crochet laje piped with black aatln and. after narrowing ovpr of half-lensth sleeves. At was ahown a faw 'dayk ago a smart suit.In black aattn, with a veat of black velvet and a shawl collar :of white mouaMHne bordered frith tlVf vult 1.' one of the accepted of iimmw costume. III. In restaurant, and tta- room. In the Bols, at the Mg the nearby watering place, and rtMei- voua of St. Cwud, Neullljr, Tronrllle. A very ohie naodai at the meat on dir wu silk, with a hlnh gtrdle of tangerine. in a at the back and Meand with atlk. Collar and cuff, antre of .the aaajie orange-nolored cMffon embraldvred In feaavy-hltie thread. ThaM. of conrfe, irere laid over material cut alanr broad circular rollani are faah- lined In hoot's at tne nark A stunning silk 'vutt for a youKg Klrl had a wlktr el eahlte silk which dropee) Into toe hood mid wu trimmed 'witto white allk cord and a Ltlac and blue are feeing combined in And auita For the strtet Dretwll bi an attractive drew trimmed with tapestry fblne satin used for a, rlrdte airalgrht end hangs down at one other end, fnueh M we tie the for our riding JiaWIs de in uned for afternoon U br chiffon, or tulle on .oollin iw] cuffa A ruche of tuIte'J worn with thene afternoon ffowna, Beautiful ohlffon valla much In A larre pale row atraw bat bad crown of eyelet ttnbrolderr, draped to form a bow at the hack FVlnpe It the favorite trimming tor ohlr of changeable >llk 'It nnlthea the majority of separate safttiea. Fabric Handbags THE separate htndbsa; 10 flat on a cord artd of fabric that delightful In Ita newness and In'the'poaelbllity of matching with which it is worn at small colt.'That la the 'hopeful meaaiifre of mandate. You can 'make most of the fabric hand a upeatry bag with a pointed flap that called an "envelope bag" are bound with linen tape or gilt galloon, and It fastens either by a button and loop or by a cfaap that can be bought at any notion can be made ot odd from.your is no why yon should not here little to match every The be ebltnfc riuare, clrriilnr, oval Drawlng-atrfngii of cotton cord Malljr run through cnnlnn or crorheted rlnjv on Han4 embnMffT can tiMM to the top'iurrace of a bag another effect lie way, The fabric be with ipetftl If von but method jiiat aa good little j for. the maker. ;