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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta For the HOME DRLS SMAKLR SOME LINGERIE FROCKS FROM PARIS DOTtESfO the hot midsummer days QJITV turn naturally to clothing; and we rtoa aanajbltt fubion walofc lingerie frocks. I white, cotton j mirfe up withvmousMiinft or In brlfht colors or'black form a. group of models wWeh come to us directly from center fashion's OM of the beat little oonumea la, baaldm tfactr the fact that they j oafi up wlUt tiro or even three It w.iNlicN while flnrt tUnyii thnt color. Xnrrow linen tnpe etui bo fliihDillulpfl for rlhlinn In Ilnprerfo, It will not wciir out RO finally as silk ami kcejjH Jts color iiB Juni It Is used. PARIS, Aug. 3, RUCHES trim some of the newest silk frocks. The old-fashioned double bos-pleating, stitched In the middle and pinked on the edges, la used to edge sleeves, fichus and tha edges of skirts. The ch.ingeawe silks are especially appropriate for this kind of trimming. They are qiiRlnt Ir. themselvua, and when made with fichus and the new Btlf-trimming they hint of grandmoth- er's they are much lovelier! A charming frock enown by Drecoll was of blue-and-green changeable silk, with a fichu of very fins embroid- ered In blue colnipota. The yoke of the sown was of plain tulle. Sleeves iiuffed and elbow The Bktrt opened at the side orer a ruffled underskirt. Seme of tha new tailored dresses are showing broad bands of em- broidery around tho hips, nine serire In trimmed with light bluo; red with a brighter and BO on. Lingerie frills of rheer batiste or net or, many of tha write frocks. A white frock of linen hurt heavy embroidery In yarn, Many nummer have scurfs de- them. Theao nre draped rmiun4 the shoulders In thn form of tlo soft liberty crenrnrl nl thn hark and tha flnlRhed with deep silk frlrim Par those In motirnlnpf, scarfs at arc word. Figured tulle over white silk Is used for little separate coats for young White corded silk la also favored for. thft little ones. Trimming's. In blwck soutache or braid give a very chic finish. Irish lace and de Jouy" arc also much used on fancy and frocks. Hats of the cretonne are made over little bonnet wire shapes, fitting1 qulto closely. Naturtl-colored pongee are trimmed with scarlet or brlfht blue. This is particularly favored for younpr who need with ft iuf- jBBtlon of brightness. At the Pra CaUlan yesterday one of the itunnlng white cloth worn., it waa with a triple-military cape at tha back and over the' ahouldcra. of royal-blue suede were uied, tht tOfei being1 elrnply out, A broad 0trdla of droppad down In two emli at the side, ornamented with pearl but- tons, The skirt wu Blashcd at ona tide n panel of blue and white, button trlmmert. 'A frill of iliartow lace trimmed the front, KLOISE. SUMMER FABRICS COTTON vollei and itphyr cloth aro extremely popular for building of Hummer frocks that are made n with laoe and embroidered trimmings. Char mint llttlo afternoon fownit are fashioned of Uil.i material, that to heap fresh-looking much longer than lawns find inu.tllns. Dimity is ly ecnl, launders beautifully nrid fiMnpnftss A lonv time If frequenlly swles and Its sister of eolnapvts, with German val- Bnclsniiev make up 1rtl4 Attnictlye AOitunies fur (he RanVn If Die riots flre of Rontn ilellciile color or black, use ribbons to match on the hut nnd dreM Wnmen find the fonlnrds of this they the minimum of and warmth yet are corrfot for all A woman generally looki woll-dresswl when wearing a foulard trimmed with snUn, with toucliw of wtiita or ]aca, Bhan- tunf and oroylde cool topcoats and aklrta, whlla others of linen antl hollund Innxpenaive loott and If w11 UtindareA and Plain Collar and Yoke ;