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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta HOME SMAKLR BLOUSES TO WEAR WITH THE SUMMER SUITS FRBQ tri. bro the aeparate blouse trimmed a. clever way that It ta brought Into' tlie general, scheme of tho (irien or silk suit with' wliloh It Is worn. A' trlmmlni of material of which 'the, skirt ix made tisedi It may the favorite bib effect: It may be Mtraps, bands and buttons. Pipings of linen can Introduced success- fully on thin fabrics'of net. crepe, and Yollc. In tho upper left-hand model the taffeta the skirt Is.used extended circular This drop! on .each aide of the front ind is trimmed 'with illk-covered buttms in .groups of five. This whole silk form Is placed Over a. blouse of cerise mousseline lie -.Mle. coin spotted. The collarleas yoke headed with an ecru frill and tho half-longtli sleeves ar. finished with wMo taffeta bands. Dark bluo serge de sole shown In the second .blouse. The deep yoke and .the flowing sleeves of dark blue chiffoD. Stitching-emphasizes the edges of the serge, Vandyke lace, dyed to match blue. Is used .to trim the edges of the collar BBd sleeves. In the next design tussor terras the greater part o; tfcs separate blouse. A bib effect by the silk. Button" and braid trim the'- 'front and a line of atitching outllnei the top. Deep cream lace forma tho yoke and kimono while the rounded top is edged with black velvet Allover embroidery combined with linen would be stunning. The fourth of the top row a design for white linen. A sheer linen yoke and collar are new. heavy linen band- ing. An extended ihoulder Una ,ou tho II continued to the.cuff. This blouse buttons at the side. The edge It fllghtly curved and and large pearl buttons ornament the tabs, at the shoulders, and on the fastening trader the arms. There Is no fullness in this Wiltt, Ud the pattern requires very little material. Sailor Styles O! the Jolly sailor girl is on the bounding alao terra flrma, Hara you noticed tne vogue for that suggest the'nautlca.1 in drets and hat 7 On the sailor..collar and cuffs are ot contrasting material and color. the ever-popular foulard, dotted, striped and plain, that la com- bined with linen, batiste, chains and It IE easily cut in deep lines forma a simple finishing touch to morn- ing blouses. Then there i.n the serviceable suit. In dark blus, or In cream, the durable, Inexpensive and washable terlal stunning costumee for morning or afternoon. Bailor are nUn trimmed generally, the collar and being of thta material. On eWparate coats the sailor collar is my noticeable. It must he very rwchlng to need not anf depth at all in front. If you do not oart for It. liaen fttfor suit for junlom is ways fetvortd bjr sensible of for young girls. For outing It has adopted by older wofiwn wtth much success, And test of tit eonwit (he nallor hut! brim H ginMbt broad-ar nar- Tht'crowi. la aulte the hat to worn far down'over head. If the vUff an becoming, an that allow turned-tip Xot every wlw wasn thca-c Is a SBI.OT, but to mil drwed- whlch it 0' The Tiny Flowers are used to form _H 'complete crowns on lingerie -It requires many hunches for crown, but If they are massed on a foundation of net you will find they "last longer." I observe that violets, especially when combined with the cerise, are much used. They form entire brims or wings on i mull bonne IB, of these flo-vers are made on flat buckram or net bands ntid encircle the crown with great effect. Sweet fleas. In their delicate blue, lavr wider Und pink shades, ara Ideal fo.--' afternoon hats. In othttr If the large flowers for mlllllncry do not appftnT to you fashion linn offered yon n charming al- ternative, and you have only to choose from attractive imall blossoms to al- and beauty. V f The Vogue For Lace FROM the expensive duchess, nee- dlepoint and Jrlun to the utinpie nets with narrow lace la thfj trimming that Is the domi- nant factor in summer dresEes It occupies a very Important place in millinery. The large and small hats arc trim- med with lace. arc of the popular fabric, and bows or ruffles of lace are used to greah extent on hats of the lingerie, type. Who can refuse to acknowledge the charm of-the lace or net flchu? It Is here on our .frocka for summer, and' gives a soft, snowy decoration'that all that ij) required to trim the, dreu of batiste, mull or organdie. Lace revers on the fash- Ions, tnce lace bands on bodice and skirts and lace jackets are gome or vhe forms In Which the trimming appears. For brldonmnldA lace cape are In vogue. They drop over the hair In eoft pleated are trimmed with rows of silk or moumellne flowers. bigs over colored silk are carried wllh evening gowns. bought In the piece. Is used for the capp thnt m.iny shops nrc showing for afternoon tea on the portM) or'lhe In the boudoir, Limerick laco, Buek- InBhamshlre all French and.Her- man oxploItntlonR arc In the ranks .10 he Ihl.i summer. So look .over your luce box and use tvcry thai you possibly can. Embroidery'Collars THE vogue for the separate collar la still at height, and more you number in your summer outfit greater variety and resultant success, will be-in your appearance. It Is hot difficult to variety it you a little time to mod- ify original collar idea. U can of nerfsctly plain mousMllne, flue thtt it In but a. thin veil over areas. A broad hem, an inch in width, Is alMhat Is necessary .10 edge It Then the sailor collar of eyelet em- broidery In strips or bought by the yard, The collar .of finely -tucked handker- chief linen comes easily to mind. the batiste or lawn shape hemstitched offers another hint Collars of nei.'lace arid beading anally formed over tissue-paper pfltterni, .tearing away the paper a'fter the are aewn together. Silk and saUn collars urn art and are best when made detachable. Thui is done bj sewing buttons on the Inside of a linen coat along the revers and collar. The separate collar should be .matte Kirger than the pattern, :so that Its can be folded over the coat. On.the edgo wort buttonholes to correspond wllh the buttons, and there you many changes as you haveicollara, and may there be many of them' Fastening the Fichu THE favorite fichu can be fastened In as many wajs there dAjs In the week. It can be short the front under the girdle, or fastened .by. a pin In the center of the girdle.' Then the longer shape can be tied around the. waist and finished'In a short butterfly bow made of the ejids hanging from short loops In another disposition of the nchu.. These can be arranged In two itripS one over the other down .the center of the back panel s Some fichus of fine lace or arranged with very long ends at the back that sweep down .Into train. At :the back there can be used buckle of roses or silk in any of the various forms that can be made At home. i The long, oval form of lice, dotted with tiny silk rones and arranged across .the back, Is a chic finish, es- pecially If the lace or net flchu over a flowered organdlt. Jewels or beads are other decora- on silk, ff the fichu he edged with pleatfngs of Milk. The black net flchu can be caught at the front and the hack under velvet girdle. A girdle of roues of'a cord In but another way of mnklne" the fichu an integral part of a costume. The flchu Is Important' feature this Bummer. The, fastening of It will do.much to mnke or mar the appear- ance on Hie yown. To Line Satin WIIKN' mulling up cheap satin Nne It with Very thin flannelette, as giVM it a much richer and It from grMudnf. Striped moussellne de note In black and.royal blue Is used for the blouse on the.lower Deep luce outlines the toil and forniK the subuuffs. The, yoka extended Into hsi.Mencth and u bib effect with two points at the front and Mick In ,of any material that -you' remaining after your nklrt In the strapped model coarse-meshed pink .linen la used. The.bib and the broad bands over Hie shoulders are of linen, stitched to give tt tailored flatnemi. Buttons and soutache braid trim the.front near the girdle; Thin linen form IK placed oil a nllp of embroidered batiste In pink. A aauara naclc line in cdsci with plaatod frinlnv of whjto net. The elbow-length sleeves are flnivhed with A ihaped band of linen. At the right Is shown a blue satin blouae to be worn with a blue tMitln suit. A circular band, It the top line. Below this Is a yoke of lac.e, Its lower tint out out in points 'and ...the favorite stltchlTig added on the edge. A double row of buttons on the and lines of braid give a military effect. Bandit of are inset on tho bell-shaped sleeves.above the satin sltavcs are of the kimono type and are elbow-length. Look at the last bioune. It Is of royali blue ,chiffon cloth. Moussellne de Hole Ih the same shade forms the undersllp. The. circular yoke" vliowR. at. the top' and 'la extended In the with-turned-hack cuffs of chiffon cloth. In this blouae there is an attractive side line, of buttons arranged on each side of a slot .seam. The'large armholes are outlined with itltchlng and-cm be as I large as you wish.' The meHsage of; these blounes comes from Paris to American homea with A compelling and pleasing oote. j They are "combination" and can be formed of j scraps of material left from the linen or silk suit with very short length of new fabric They make a one dress In this way, and give delightful complatenen In the summer No longer is lidlated; fait." It ts the accepted rttyle to consider the an Intecrral part of the whole effect, and by using these Parlf you will arrive at the and becoming aiilts. OUR FRENCH FASHION NOTES PARIS, June 1. AT THE racecourse at Auteull the other daj it was surprlalng to note the variety IP the summer les Flrat, a bolero jftcket would paxi before7 the eye, and no sooner, would the mind accept this as a hew when a long cloak coat cut on revolutionary lines and'deep and .trimmed with braid and buttons would circle Into view- The straight nklrts vie with the full, bouf- hril: types, the little cloM-ntling hltli with the large Hat tendency Is very strong here. A chic turn of tlw hatbrjm, a milUary dash of the collar, lapel, cuffs or separate bag sire the thing! that suggest the conqueror. A summer novelty Is a eanTM coat In wool. This wool tm- broltlery. br way, forging to-the front on the, ornate frocks. It Is used In and crocheted, flower forms on the finest chiffons and Little coits or Jackets of changeable tsffetas are worn .with voile or mull lingerie frocks. They show the high the pleated frill on the lower edge. Jlerrol collars or enormoun frills of tulle w.ih hunting ends of ribbon used-by Parlslennes who do not accept the. collirlens condition of summer flowers are worn In bouquet form on our tailor ar-We stritg vf ifternovn The Howers are the sweet pea, heatheraiid forget-me-not great favor. Lingerie'frills on the cuffs of sheer linen blouses. faiHng over the tMtids are worn withr street, A very modish shown the otjier day at Paquln's was a cerise and Tht extended was of color, while the white portion was of and bends of inMman.' were kimono .and trlmmed-with and coral beads on thetr with plmln alike to a great extent.'- Rarely do ate a silk .entirely, of one kind of ma- terial.. .It la, season for rem- nants, i The new tacc trtntmed and worn, wan linen suits or npa- rate The effect In. wide frill being attached-to a central strip of lace. Voile, marquisette and eyelet embroid- ery Are In moat )ln- gerle frocks. Many new models show a combination wttl) black net or The want line Is outlined by flowers on for young glrli Them are either made of bias bands of silk or bought In tmnchc% separated and attached to iMntt t la "being used on inUt A model of blue silkstrge had a large and deep cuffs of this material A> narrow velvet edged them. and blue combined on msBT Black-and-wlilte hata continue to with no diminution In favor. One.attractive Urge had a tall, In place bj Uny cooarde of black It WM faced Wilh blue velvet. A crown of pansim to new Idea of Ney floeurs. This- was lifted .on a large blue hemp shape sind waa shown with blue and mauve afternoon dreav of silk >olle. J arc of gayly colored chiffon skirts show; a slashed the over undersWrt of lug colnr. t t fcllor coll.TT. of satin or Mlk vened with or white chiffon.' k When Darning ,f FOR darning bidlr lom iim- "IP' tree Inrtr.d of e Jexm- Ihi ecff' Ttitn If It be neeMnry lo patch Initead.ot it Mich to BIMh more eaillr'awl ;