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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER speils sefcpol .to chil- dren who.ark to return, and suggests fall' sewing to tho mothers who' arts aware that a well-planned outfit will'carry young- sters through "the old golden rule days" with ease and attractive appear- ance. You notice the simplicity that should dresses- is evident In "these models'" from" Paris. tliti mate- Httls, jjerge ami Hnen are1-washable and lockiriK. and form'- buck-' upon which sUK'geijtion of trimmiKR !u placed.' and'striped fabrics rival the plain colors, and introduction of washable gniiDpeii' and uijderslfieves of-freshness, Blue is or. nr'.st little skir-r upon thru, aTe'stiu-hed'cUi-tne.' skirt" jr.- used outline the top -of .the coKX'entional i-j different of blue MO-Jtaviw.--viM; a of .-.hand i-tKiu tlireaii.. In the W-year-oi.i -nodei you v.-iil stuped material used !r. com- bination wirr- coarse linen, "fhe Ixxiicft of tv o widths material joined center, for -mifst" be "for t-he Notice the modi- 'ice, braid. "The with biuck tlu.- sailor collar from onch side, sxiik {fives-a .wiut.e telref to the. black and linc-n forms the- and colors, with a- touch of old girl whV despair when- It comes.-to -jetting them -fitted, .properly. Now. inuch has" been written and said abo.ut focms, but not enough, To begin "with, take your hip and Then "buy a form.." Tv-hlch costs, about 50 or 60 cent's. This you -want more for a foundation its shape in cah- their shape is "their "ovrn" ana EO'" _- like-fchat, mortal being" .than man -Is- like the" In buying1, get hip measure; ;and do not "buy_one-the'hip measure of is own; unless the smallest-sise made, -setting- from, one- half Inch! to one Inch Al- ways bear .in mind .that you can fill' you cut out. In taJclng- your, hip measure, draw the tape around the very largest part -of your which should be from ten to twelve-inches below the waist about -where the placket Xould "Now. havo.st tight-fitted basque lin- ing" don't mind how many searas It see.'that it fits you just so Irom your neck dov.Ta to the point above- mentioned. Carry the shoulder line out to the very edjre of the ami, andi if 'possible, have It made over a jiew corset and fitted "over as few fclothes, as possiole- the of underskirts, etc, Alter you ,have your oasque- fltteCX 'f'-loid the "seams sewed up with a very jhnall machine stitch, proceed to fit It jjyver your form. Nine cases out it win be a far fit, but that jfloesn't matter. By-the time you hairs finished filling in you are liable to ;ftnd that the neck line of your new form, will be about two inches .above ihat of, the foundation form. the pame way with the waist lice. In adjusting: this lining, use the bust Ihvs tof the form as a guide. Buy about ,twp cotton, whioh Cpsts about 5 cents a roll. YOOJ may need that much; you. may .need fcnore. Now commence to fill in, not jn' bit? pieces, but in little so in--: in nrmly but not'toVtls-htly. Take any pe.c.allkrj'tiei) >Vou .may one shoulder higher Ohe" ,or, laayBe .-.bne side oi llttla ra .attention other. It .is a, question: of arras, across the shoulders and the waist line. Atter yoVl fin- rfsbed and.fastened up fhe front (ae-w- ;ins this "with small stitches by -take m-aasurecicnts of your new form ,an'd compare with, your own. If it in way smaller, tip and fill In a little morfe. In vthtB better-to have it vhicii the Russian, worn. Bands ol' tha citine nU'.tf.-rir, 1 outline the yoke Ilrk-, ariuhules and the A him of the military is by the orna- ment of embroidery aiid cord" at the- front. With this is worn ;i r In reality, it.- is cos'.t suit, giving a'. foiil yet l-he Q' a th--.: cry from t go I- B ffi fl ;f kx. a Tiny gilt buttons are -while the soutache .effectively simulates byubn- holes on cuffs and bodice, and crosses ori the licit to suggest a buckle. Slightly" full- sleeves of figured swiss are, .ered 5nto cuffs. The --sep- arate. _ Coarse blue baskc-t weave cheviot is tho next frock for the smaller- girl. A broad panel effect shown Sn front: The side pieces extended iivto besi- shaped sleeves, while at each side of the front a scarlet belt is run. This.echoes the color note'ol, the trimming, for-scarlet .linen is used, for the circular band at tho'tf-p'and as :L nnish for slcevfcs. On this are hu'src> BraiO. is the to line of the sleeves. This, by way, is always an. excellent plan for trirnmlng dress. buttons' trim u.irk olive frack of the central tisure. A double Hne tin plent n-icl at the front of the deep hwni effect giv? an ef- fective of rhe dull sil- ver buttons outline the The iuclvec are oC batiste, an3 a bard of Japjiiese out-' lines variations of the shown the litile froc-1; place by -iP.Miraid. A little that >'i' i-ii? directions oi" the oC a :of st lines for orr.amcntauon, for siniplidTy tha top. The guir-u.'-.- is vt" tuckej linen, characterize? the pracUcal, copyable qv-ite sheer. In iS-is 'frrck tht- is -ciodiil. Tv.-o ban-Is oi" stripes pltatcU nnd the 9, front panel- and sucrtTost a square the leather bvlt thJt "ic cottsh'.eivj iUK-k. Thft, cuffs of the a necessity !r. a iil'ii.1 girl's- siftj-ves c.rc with the sami- width HI-I c is a r: ,u-; ical of, -sevg-e. Kmbrbitjcry forms tht? rions ihat mothers ougi-.r '.o fo'i- Imv and .'-fioiik! -.iroiiv. TO So foHir.v thr' ar.d Ihi1 sirls 10 r.n a'.- !ractivi> .pongee are' sh'owii 'for tSiimmer if _ can fin'd or are a'dvanced; .'mcwSelV. -shown' BlaaK satin lace., for autumn. whilc--huge with-Ablack .-crowns ...are displayed Plumes trim'-'man'y of tti'e iarge4. hats." 'r. vogue. Brilliant embroideries are -.used on -the outside "and inside, the favorite colors blue, coral, emerald, "gre'en cot.. -Broca'ie and- voile-..over- sati'n.tormj many charm in ET evouing modfils. belts, draped as. the. Japanese do In smartest furrier's Ue there of cliiachilla "of'a and scarfs are of cashmere A coarse black rep. is suits. nioire-' and wit-He- ere th's irlmfn-.ir.ss "most this-new fabric. Skirts are. still scnnty. v ,'A- Ostrich plumes for. now in order. These beautiiully.; -'.ecorated handles and are jeweled chains. ssrze for a little girl's" frock' is plaid silken banfis OIL, sleeves and yoke, crisp little': of pleated linen iicir arid sleeves. J v.'aisi. lines, Stripes, shore jackets, the oriental the. dirs-ctoire influence are, the jiosts the fashionable way, -arust1.- idea will dominate it-is. difficult to predict. _ Let us hope that, the great wijsy noxv with the will merciful and iMjJtiJetyi n' of'-nodes for waiting womankind' wear becomingly. Long' Coats A Jnnovation this stim- is lhe light, 'long -coat for evening' wear chiefly. btftS-seen frequently'In walking an-1 driving stylus. The principal materials are foulard, pongee and tussah. with a sprinkling of !inen very Roths'. coats are cur straight, without at theifraist. They.-.fit tight- ly about the shoulders. ;-Gwcx-er, and do not give" at c'ffect. 'They src r.apoV aboyt-'tfae having no flare.- -The fulMejsyjs gatiirred in'ste.i-i a strap or if. rut 'at straight llany of -ho-Ti or round sailor collars, some of them lojic- enough to reach tho waist line. of -them, have vory revers. also." but the onewnj-; ia narcow, not inuch of the bodice. Sleeves are very loose, especially' for weaz-.- they cufTs to a m.uorial ari-J-color to mfttch the co'lar and revers1: T New TliE latest in color .corpblTiatlona is a dark a so as giv-e-'iiui ..iforr th't; This" is bu.t-he jjot 'to trJii, bi si, or's-jme nctitrifl siiiulii. t HB Er-gHsh breakfast r-aj> 'a dross affair, but merely by he.vl