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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta For the EELOUSES FOR TAILORED HOXV different are the silk blouses of today from those of a few seasons aso: The stiff taffeta model with its Hnes iias replaced by i'arisiaji sTsso 741 makers by an attractive, sood-nuirig style silk is its most attract- ive colors, trimmed in clever end so designed that a tailored suit :.s in- stantly changed into a ihrfo-jiioi-t- srowii. There are no straight silk collars ;o ab- sorb the oil from the sklr.; there are no lines at the shoulder seams thut vc-nly hide gracefel figure under unnrvc-s- sary folds. down line of attractive models before you, Simplicity, ut- braid but tons and the popular chemi- settes of lacv to insuro at the and sleeves are the iruvin factors titat con- tribute to the impor- tance that t.'iejst; Mouses have in the neld of woman's dress. The lady of the han-.i- bag- is wearing- a blouse of plain dark blue yatiri. It i.? trimmed with a. shallow yoke of Hgttier imie satin-nattier blue-covered in _cas- il.v stsu'hed Hues Curtis of triiuminjj1 e.dge the thres-quarter- sleeves that are the favorite uf the Collars and ssib- are of lace. These are most sat- isfactory if made on a lawn or batiste making n change of suiaipes possible and lessemnjr the wear on lace i There is a great vogrue for-whit- satin in parif. ror women to whom o-.lors are not the soft white silk is suggested for afternoon wear. The second model shows white silk with a. military touch or dull sil- ver braid arid, buttons. These outline the shoulder seam and fo'rtn a shield at the front. A tiny bow of black is caught at the collar line, the long ends reappearing: at buttonholed slots below the yoke, .Braid and buttons are used on the cuffs. Observe again the_ undersioeves of Mce to match the crepe de chine !n a soft grrav in combination -with silver lace ard braid. A renel effect is shown, the deposition of ai'k buttons cord at sxie being particularly chic. sleeves are bell-shaped and button- tnmmed. In this, case white terms the collar and yoke; a -touch of silver lace is used to outline the rounded top edge. Black and white are given one more opportunity to join h.ancis in the season's modish alliance. The fourth idea shows a whit- crepe dc ohtne blouse to be worn with a black velvet suit. A square yoke and straight band's for thu sleeves are of tucked black chiffon or, mpusseune. collar and cuffs of Irish lace are added, while six dull jet buttons are'used "on rhe front, if you wish a touch of color'you may use the shaded enamel buttons that cost much, but can be worn over and over They come from Paris and are really Pins to be adjusted where and when you please. If you have just a little piece t-f material left after the coat and jacket are made, use it as the ;lCXt mode! suggests. Over a foundation of over lace, cream or dyed to match the fabric, build 'the blouse. A shield- shaped front should be stitched and applied as shown. The two narrow ends can button over the back portions. The sides are carved almost the lines of a bolero and the coat pieced out r.-ith lace. Here is chance to use.stn old lace waist! Dark jfreen liberty silk is'used in tht last model. Velvet'outlinw ,the that is cut in a. .modified, line at.tht front over ecru law. buttons are of dull silver, placed on each side of the front and on the outer edse of each sleeve. A silk waist from a lirtle remnant Is Quite possible. The becomingness is un- sanction of Paris and America is well deserved and: the nimc-" assured" sarmenfs popularity it Notes From Paris 1 PARTS. Nov. 10. IF. YOU are -fortunate you will flaunt a fur coat at the ca- lamity criers who insist that furs will not supply tlis demano-. Frenchwomen' are very fond of erougr- S'linfc under the long: folds or iur. and this season they are more enthusiastic than ever. Sealskin or very good im- itations are in great demand. Under these long tur coats little- one-piece frocks are worn. They are comfort- ably short in lengrth. and are of vel- vet. liEht-wsisnt clinging; materials or many .combinations of fabrics. Brecoll is showing- -some chic after- noon sowns for-wear beneath the fur coats. 'Prune and bright emerald charmeuse. black and white combinations and striped velvets are in order. One grreen model is particu- larly easy to copy. It has- a bodice dark green style, and on. the bottom of the short skirt (a, little "wider, if you there is a. deep hem of velvet !B Janus Fabric course remember the- keeper -j of the gates in. classic myth, who looked forward and backward "nis double face? Well, it's a longr "way from to .fabrics, but a is deservedjy Js on one sice a. beaatiful cloth- on j-ne other st-Iustroas saUu. This means. aiat 012.dressmaker can nse both -wonderful effect. cJoth. and the rivers TOuca in favor just now. can be formed turned back 'front line. This material eti- eeP asm on the skirt 10 tomlns up of the be fiicea. or edged ma- IlSi '-yZSKfZ ?m sleeves are three-Quarter length, edged with "a velvet band and outlined' at the shoulder line with velvet but- tons studded with dull opaque green beacts. Suppose that madame cannot afford a long- fur coat? rjo not despair. The clover French salesman will bring- out for your'criticism a velvet one. perhaps a touch of fur at collar' revers and cuffs. The skirt will be straight and scant, while the iininff wnl be almost too beautiful to hide Possibly he will shrug- his shoulders and say which fs another "ay or saying: that It is yours ror indeed, these coats are Irresistible In evening: srowns the latest thing Is tne scarf train. A pointed train >s carried over the arm In graceful, old- time lines. The. Xey Soeurs are show- ing many of -these gowns in their B.L- Cue f iacs Vendome. 'A salmon brocade model, very'simply made, has :t hig-h waist line outlined in silver cord, a draped net bodice and a cord for an edging on, the skirt. A loop in this is. skillfully wound over the arm folds -when carried- thi? way amd making: it very comfort- able for strollers. Indeed, it will be fashionable for every gentleman at least to be good-tempered at prome- nades. Coque feathers in white tipped with f-olors. are quite popular on turbans, Big black velvet shapes are either trim- med with plumes or with bows of 'milart or Venetian lace. These are worn in the evening, There Is a decided vogue for all an- tique laces. The combination of. two materials still is used by the majority, of modistes. V.'ith the black and striped vel- vets there is generally.-used black or white cloth. Many black velvet dresses arc trim- med with three different kinds of lace.' Gold and silver laces are frequently combined- on satin of delicate colorinjts' And a, veritable shower of color alliances, that sound startling, but are attractive in a bizarre fashion, are belnf dis- played. Red Trith purple, yellow red, green and yettow, are a. few ex- amples of the fearlessness ol a de- signers. Many black velvet cloche-shaped hats have facings of white satin and bands of ermine. Immense white hats are draped with metal tissue blue or rose. Thick cords and tassels trim them. If you have-', narrow bands of fun why not cdjre the lace bow for your evening- hat? Long- black caracal coats have white fox collars and cuffs. Indeed, the auc- eess of black and white has been so that modistes every means of continuing this "color combi-' nation far into the season. EIXDI8J5. A h Fur: Turbans T THE side of .the velour hats many -women are ingl. Perhaps a quill made of -white kid is more to your Sotf'Vuede, chamois or .glazed kid will- do, and any old midrib a quill -rill serve for a. central vein around which, you can se-w the long- cut forms. V A irardenia. of white kid made. of many round petals is another Parisian idea. The cabochon of wooden beads or of metallic thread graces the brim of a. beaver or felt. Merely a. silver or gold cord, as thick "as-your little tied around the crown, with 'its two tasseled ends hanging over the trim. A butterfly form of satin, of velvet. or of both, is placed on manv-velvet turbans. a clorh cape, tomorrow a, muffs and sashes of this Janus- cloth are very stunning-. For .a. little, jnore than the price of ooth this new fabric practicallv doubles tne _pos5ibiiities. It is worth a careful considsratJon when choosing- a new rabnc. Feather disks. wJieels or buckles are used on. felt or cloth turbans. The rwo long-' quills tna't suyg-est Robin Hood often appear on high- crowned shapes. Last of all. do not put too'" ranch trimming- on the side of your turban: NEW SASHES AND GIRDLES 5 I Look at the top girdle in the row to the left, for .instance. i Jr. is. a soft liberty satin, tied in two loose v-r looos and caueht by a quaint pasts buckle that Paris thinx-s very smart indeed. Don't you taick sc. toe- a may 5o dolle vith fr, lu Ori ttle to-nsu" outside? and let the directly at ihe back. The bow.Js cannot lose ks shape, and the '-R white satin, fastens by a row of hooks' ror a. v.-hite gown comes the cerise sa cut and flower rosette. The so as to plenty of must yet not jrlvc appearance Finally. in the olher Srst is of vrhite.s3.tin, -K-ith encTi where they are W3ih a bias band ,-.f ry enu Js threads are min-ied m v.-hi rX'-> 'M m m hea T- sa-nes. Tne Last of aH t'hr blsp'- bis- Tnis is verv i a season of oddly fir..'; aiea and sashes, sa f may be of chiffon or net or beads. with Riaas and Beside., these, there are t'ie with nrlsSnai knotit lut.I of sf.vw and Muff TRAIGHT from Paris comes the of s. matched eet that is expen- slvs than one entirely of yet from the points of atiHty beautv i? equally successful. A broad band of nlack and white striped, velvet forms the body of the scarf. The central portion M cut it, fit the with a cape- 3ike pftrfftcf.'on. and the ends graceful points. which han-s deep fring-e. An inner band of black fur i? used to outline the entire whi'-h ror inact sets bfln- kept ,n Cameos Utilized TTUGK ca.me-> broocliest of former are now once more brought out for the trimming of dresaes. One of the latest freaks is to have rnonster cameo -svithln a jrflt frame and fi circiii or in the 'color preva.r- 3ns In-the sown.' Tr. is-Then inserted as a. unckle in soft folds of girdle !ir. t-he center the tnt beLisr Ivft Black and white Is by -far the best color cwtfMnatlon, but taupe, violet and Russian, royal and blue are tfiso Bed are srawirig in favor, and the colors before mentioned are fre-