'I'l.if m ashions Picaresque Pj xud. W , i.a-- i ui- i T1. ial:ll So ei.iO-i- i s., .il- unl is 9 A a la lii-- .i iu-.- ur duni.fe a. 9 fi. n !.1I I n !ILH.,. - a 1!- I (Sal san e that ft-- weiii i plug at a leslaiti-- ut ilioal la- - l aff.-i- : - p b . St. .lift, iS il ci.'lmcty lltl.c ;u;!.., lieiait.g gleeil lalaii c It i 10 iniuu.e of ihe fruit, i. kilut of tla'.T'k gtecii. velvet hi !. and itlt tlt-aa rnuiiiiied lu- sle v s i wiliioul eXtigKrj'i'lioll. dc iiXlll I'l 'iliU' ing. Ill the - snd "Ve . . .1.1 uttu-.t.J- ttl I Effective Tell: l. Is. .u :hr i. ime oi Icr. it In tin- urd'iU'iiy seal- - no i at urr ILLSMESTT , to ... ...i il j tulles of green imaK'i liable. On , . miU- - of llie hat iIicit is a lung fu Lined by iintny ! life pl.eusuiil pin ... fe.tlllels .t'.ui runuillK llu'uoiih vivid green, blue and blow a so urii.-- i , lliul by no stieieh of the image could the effect be tlet lurtsl gal is .. di-.- t, k r . . . - lrst-ir.il- ; j 9 9 way to wtur A new si lilt- it , motor vei! n s oyer an eLtsin- that mb Ihe hut tnnu uml butt hi veil just W'hle ruitugli to slip n,'. lull brini ami staiiied to In. If in pi.; ihe liut-s- says Vnris. Ilelow i in-- t .aa3St . . sale il is hcuum-dand in phu-- the cm nt-- i s are lied in n v n of the ck Iiuwknut at the nape lesult, a dusipruot gi.i. extiemcly i.r. .. ml . eut-l- i , 9 9 a lieu- iibus m fnund f.vt tile Pag. A noman in h, ,. llaVeis by trolley (lie other day the pleiisiire of tstui'ying the seat with a girl who wore a mui lull. Al Mist glti tire it louked like an it u. . other, but on chate insas-iioi- i seen tlul the itJ and while sirip. a Is ml the blim and the blue and nlc rosette lit front wen formed by c.r. of the stars up fu! iirruiigi-iiieii- t -e b-- Amt-ricai- i I . RUfiSET BROWNCHAPE.AUJ I PARISIAN urr in and not BKCnMlNll.NKSri Hie een bntli In liRht und dink colors ( olnr. Iiy I lie- nay. pluylna an all important in this reason's millinery. The Slin. iii'lKiit wing might puxxle an ninilhnhgii.l to decide to what imi.mer of bird iliey Iteluiiged, hut I hum- Fashion doc mil Indil In I t tint nature iiii.idormil is always I he und the md ot iiinst blight mines furnished hy the iljci's art often produces a ni ne satisfactory coKueil plumage than tli original. There are not many huts with of i he ssine eoiiir, a mist of uml a velvet ill smile sharp large bow al the side, if brlqlp wings are noi used, bring thotiRlu vn siuuii. Hutli velvet and rllilmii Imivs plsy uii all impoiiant pari in trimmings, and it is iiiurveliius linw many different effects are e ured by the deter ar. cockade or a rangement of mass of stiff bows piled one on lop of tlia oilier and eoveriiiR the entire side of the lint. If In shapes telvel lints hit to be seen made over both stiff and soft foundations, ktuey of I lie htims ore turned down In the mushroom effect, as It Is called, hut Ihls is nut to Is rashly recommended, as the nliaia Is a vei-trying one. It Is si 111 fashionable to liavs trimiiilng beneath llie luini and. tndsed, there are inuiiy lints ahleh apjieitr to have iiiuit trimming underneath the brim thna on the hat itself. Musses of mnlines In w liich are half hidden spruys and plumes nil In the spaee between the hai und Ihe Imir that even tlie fashionably full coiffure has failed to do. while nflm stiff a Inga dais hi-- must not be coninmn place rllhrr In shape or' trimming. Ami as an of the net ling away fmin olil fiimis. trimming Ik now arrang'd on ilia right as well as on the traiiilionul left side alien a belter cIToet is to be mined In thia way. Then lliere Ik less fiskishnts about tlie new models brims have not the exaggerated lilt they had last winter, but fipme the fare In a soft. becoming faaliion. Hinall liata u worn in the morning trimmed with wings, breasts and ainmi earl w heel nwrtlN of velvet or rihbon, bill quills are rarely used except on Mrnii-cups and leter Huh toques. liressy afiernoon creations are adorned with ostrich plumes often msgulth-ru-t reaching down to the shoulders, but rather loosely curled, as are all llm of smart feathers, ltoses and bum-liegraiea also add their beauty to the dressy chapeau. The hats illustrated are good examples of the milliners ait. The russet bruwn beaver In very chic with Ita scarf of ruby clillfon und luinai he of shaded brown feat hers. Equally pretty Is the esrdlmd red velvet model with a brim of eorded tafTela and shaded plumes. Charming, tmi, Is the picture hat with a long while ostrich pluine droopinR over the brim and a chou of pula blue velvet rest! hr on the hair. i is 9 Boft felt and heaver hale trimmed with stiff wing. rihbon nr velvet lions are irnwt attractive this season and spring. to wear the front a', the Iw. It. on their tiring so for any length of All the smaller shapes are bent in- time I. Vuii .hly in Ihe early autumn folded, and file snaggy rrlis uml rij these bl.u-- lilts with bright trlm-iiiiifind favor, and alniusl invaribeavers are used ih.m lh stiff ones, ur.d ll.is iiotwilliHaiidiiig t'mi ably as the season advances are they there hit many very uMranivi- shu;.e quietly lull tir.iily pushed into the A with stiff, unyielding eniwiis and background. favorite model Is a most ilc.nure stiff black velvet, wilh tirtius. lowm crow n and turned down brim. 9 Hie crown Is a wreath of It Is. of eourse, ifuile ton early in tlie Around roses in black tulle, Willi season for fur lints, but they me to be blightts worn veiled a luce veil, and a qualm this exlivnis-lfashionable this winter and old fashioned effect Is given. In sharp already are to tie seen mining the ex- contrast is a soft lilack velvet toque clusive modi Is in mtlliiiei-y- The tmiue with trl blight, fancy wings und turban i.lmia-- are. us usual, to la and bowsminingstheofbuck the brim, seen, but there an also ninie iiuile and two redsi roses, also under veiled by tulle novel designs made on the same lines In fuel, it is a decided fad to have all a the felt or velvet. In sharp contrast ate the lull und Ihi-- lials triiiinied bright tloweis veiled in this fashion. 9 9 with fur that me to U worn with the-ul- tr and ivirpilon Cmly the Great big artificial birds are worn most exiMi.Mve imiLerlHls are used Ifi iliis winter, and this Is good newa fur these Int-- mid fur huts, so. as nmy well th bird lovei. who will not permit herlie imagined, they eosl considerable self to wear the real article. The bird is just aa handsome, mid iiioiuy: Inn. at all events, they allow tlu-me and the price driiiuinled it Is said to wear wliul a great deal better. is not merely for the individuality of Moreover. Its colors are inure alluring, Simla' and siyle. fur It cun be dyed into delicate shades, All hlaek huls. fortunately fm- - tlie which just match the guwn. Imeeimoiuii'iilly minded, are to Is 9 P will Is worn mensely fuslihmuhle uinl When the qucHthm of expense does with ull Holts of gowns. With tin light I healer gown the ull hlaek lm( is onec not enter Into the choice of a winters HRuin eonslilert-einurl uml, ll must he outfit there must needs be a hat to udnilMed. Is of I ell more becoming und match every gown, liut It iu quite for n woman to get along and the effective than the colored, ullhough lule pink, blue und yellow- - hats hit bulk epiurt also with two hats one on most charming and dainty. Hkirk hats the simple, rellier severe order for with colored wings alw very small at every day wear, ami mu more elaborate the nioineiit. hut ll Is not oufn to count for afternoon. Tlmuier hats bit an- ni m-r- - - irfm-.iniii- -- . s rom-lle- VHITE. PICTURE. HAT) or list lit h Him air plaeed at the aids und lutek under tlie brlin. S t rh h fc.iilu is are more fashlunuhle Ilian eier. und there Is tin limit to the the length Hint is used. Flared Uo.vn to the shoul-ier- s eiinvn Mild is not too exaggerated, uml Hie fullest of femliers are In great demand. There is aguin u note of the pieluresiiuo in these feather sliulM'N. the drooping brim und the long feulher having moiw thun h mere In oh I Kngllsh is'lnts of the demuie maid uml iniiiroii. while the always lieioniinq ultil Jiepular Gains lui-Re- r 1 Late Autumn borough is also represented both In the black und colored velvet or soft beaver Imls. The lung bluek anil the pink and yellow rose, half hidden In the folds of mallnes. upiieal irresistibly to .almost every woman, and the only danger is that the style will heeome too poptilur. eswciully as it requires treatment uml cun easily bn curlrutureil. em-rfii- 9 9 sis-sib- le diflcrent angles at which the lials hit worn are most bewildering, although now tha bark and front of I be hut ais more clearly dclliicd, hiiiI us it was luat it Is no longer The j j i JVotes From ITashion Oet. 27. There isn't any a decorative rlivle, and the lettering Is reason why, but here done In copier, which Is the deviilcr we have our pet Where inom-- ts a mere bagatelle room and our summer lUainnnds are used. Following the tea room, a particular one Into which c raise fur yellow, some of the stunning-ewe all try to crowd at exactly the purses are of leather tliut resembles aamo hour rather than wandor further eliaintils In eolui-ing- . The queerest ef1 have seen In the line of a purse in uf tea fect afield and enjoy our cup peaceful tranquillity. Ah, you any. it's was achieved by h smart Ainertean titd tha tea that attracts, but to see girl, who swung along the Hue de lit and be seen. It is, 1 grant you, the Ikll in her fndeiieiident fashion with worshipful object In most instsnees, ope of the new bags on her arm. Wlin but at the present stage of the game every movement a largo silver fish all signs fail. Home fastidious gourtame Into view. I'ihiii closer liisiss-tto- n I discovered that this kin of old mands not long ago found that a certain shop In tlie Hue de la Falx made Neptune was suspended from a silcaviare sandwiches to the queen's ver chain ultai lied to the bag. It certaste. This fact spread abroad and In- tainly whs a freaky notion, but on stantly It became the ambition of that attracted a heap of attention. smart society women to partake of t thesa dainties every day al 6 o'clock. The seasun'a umbiellua also bear witAnd why shouldnt they Indulge this harmless whim? Unluckily this shop ness to the extra vagdiiee of tha age In la frequented by men about town and their richly wrought lmmHrs. Tha latwomen who fringe sta lely rather Hum est examples are of clear. transareiil to en- eiyslal liiset with precious stones. compose it. whu are acciiHlunir-ter about i o'clock for one of tin fa- Some of the handle upen and disclose spools of cotton, needles. mous sandwiches und a cm kiull. Hu. mljiiiitiii-Ililiuble. glove buttons and you see. no woman of breeding Hut honks und eyes. The powder puff and allow herself to Is seen I licit-- . handkerchiaf hldtleii In llie handle are u i lilld the true IVirlsieime Is so inui-lat heart and so bent on gralitying her ail old slmy. The silk ts of some ilurk, every caprice that such an olooacle unobtrusive color, for any only makes llie chase more excltma. tune is in doubtful taste. This fuscinuUng lady also eoiiililm-9 9 the Innocence of a dove wtih Hie xuilr are most inieresilng, new corsets The uf a serpent, consequently lir always but they are not to be seen In a shop finds a way to exercise her will. window. No self respecting enrsetleie 9 9 would think of miter' ising Ins mmlcls This Is how she mount the present in this way. No. when muduinc goes in 6 o'clock lea flltncully: She steps lier have her new princess gown tried .n dieim-dWiamc from mnfislenr will prisluce n pair or carriage at that luce lip llie fruiit. The two k llie simp, and her footman conveys to now inlays, l ill Is the test of a smart her the coveted dainties, unit with Hie old f.tslt b 'ill'll eorsel Hml tills fashion noliotl) pay any attention to her. and sin lin salistpil her liietsl In the bat k Hiei-- wa opt In be in iiOKroeeful Inca I, ni '.lie walsl line. funey. To be sure II is inn bins mine Now all this Is i lininifil, und yon loivr than u very childish ulnm, bill indulged with silt h coquetry of no iilen whul a svelte iiife the solid n an inillfferent liguie. Itnck givs mnrimeiil il'at some aillstie elironit-lewill i'limedbitc ly Home ixIicmii-i- s might well be inspired to linmoi-pillxy make tilings am Minimi able by dubbing her ns ti raitbfiil iyi of twentieth wonianhissl. The litlle repast llie new ni'ri't unlie.illiifnl. bill there people over, the iniH.utiii sfUiTlt quits tin i are 'aln,is iiii''oiiil'"ilable saunter along the ubiiut iiijm' for a leisiii-id9 9 la Iiilx, tlie only business si reel IPie in width Hie giaiule dame shows Ini ii In poinl of f.i himi llie si'usnn'i. self blunt. lias iioi bioiiarii about nu 9 9 ui'lie.i'. .ils like these of last This clmimiiiB IF lie humbug tl'ps ' yea'. There i.re a few t lianges. ii"i . Til eiiux slyb's have In :i daintily along, looking rlrsi in one ul-a inetl so Ihut we no ii'otl'lictl aim in lit sli p window then In anolli"!'. liut her eye liffs.is up with it' nuine lol.gei- bate tlie iippeiiao' e of iiii!! in daylight. Hy Hie way. ehe see- - ibe display of j pleosuie wlit-new purses in Ihe smart Jtwtby; teiy piflly fad tthb h lias guiin-- 'naiiv aiei followers on till sib' of llie ta"T is alclier. Tliese useful Hilii-irthat of dressing; to liui monlxe wi'li tin more alluring ihun rter this i lure I'oiim in which the fi is k is pi no ipalit bilge anti e'thcTb3' are l.an-tll- e mil this In lu lie worn. or hag shalied and have a .t to lie hung on the arm. Tin indi-- - eliiirmiiig fancy a wnireii Hie selling for within j'iituie. anti her penxable initials are instrilu-at l t - , Farts nt lai-e- roni-ralci- v.-- - i alli-at'li- r cen-llir- - I 1 , emlit-oiderie- s cni-sa- ti 1 f i t How much the fashion of a dr-- s deiiend ui"n a sleeve that is il.t fashion The cut of u slce.c cull stamp it gown as of yesterday lotlay. ami the imporiante. lliciefui.-having none but cm up In date niod. obvious. The short puff sleeve Ims rival for the time, and worn with long gloves there is untiling smarter. Hut wtihoui the iiilluenee of gloves ilu short sleeve is trying to the lower to be of the arm unless this ItuptH-iiparticulurly pretty in form. A III He ruse, theiTfnre, that may he adopted is to make the sleeve of a duy liioase full and longer by four or five inches than the elbow, gathering il into a tuir, which cun lie unbut lolled und allow- Him sleeve to be pushed up us far us the elbow, where, when worn fur out if ilmns, it Is met by a long glove uml presents the smart apMurance of the When worn indoors, short sleeve. however, the sleeve ran be dropped uml rover the lower port of the ann. lb cuff being bul toned al the wrist. In the reign of Quern Klisuhelh sleeves were, of cmiiiie. a very elaborate unit of being separate from the rest of the apiHirrl, so that tliey could be changed at picasuiT. They wen of every fsstsihle vurlety of material anil from gotil tissue embroidered with pearls and diamonds to plain silk or euinhiie wrought with silver. Tbr; liahit of tiaving sleeves delaehud extn chivalplain the custom, rous times, of a fair dumsel bestowing a sleeve on a favorite kniglii, who rod Into the lists with the article illspluyt-ion his helmet and was Supimsed to become invincible by Ita Inspiration. tt. the effect being something so faslow, embroidered wilh vaiious similes cinating to llie observer that whether of blue. Passementerie has regained the wotiinn be old or young, handsome its popularity as a trimming, unit deor to the contrary, she gives the Im- signs that remind one of Kpain and Ils pression of harmony and beauty to Ilia hold toreadors are the favorites. Many of the mosL charming effects in beholder. What muld be limn attrachave white silk aa a backtive In a room 'furnished in the empire Htyle Ilian to see a unman gowned ground. m In the linw ing robes of Josephine's time p us a last touch of artistic complefont lusting sleeves have found their ment 7 way Into the new fashions, and there 9 9 Is a tendency to lengthen the shoulder Hlaek rluth and cashmere costumes line wilh sliawl-llk- e draperies. In Hie llie latter a revival of the tlas of linnds of an Hrtlsl those draiierles are H re great vogue delight fully quaint anil pretty, but less having long ago-ohere at the eupllal. uml it has Iteen exiwrleiieed lingers make a sorry bungenerally remarked Hint they make the gle. Fm pliced effects are wonderfully smart this winter und npimul esiieriully prettiest gowns seen so fur. Mrs. Vanderbilt recently wore it stunning lilat k lo the home dressmaker, harming lace lit lie lirniae dresses are earrieil out In Cream frock of Longrlumips. I rimmed A the bolero and a sapphire blue this style. dainty frock uf this genre her hlnck feathered was worn hy a ruinous French actress how adorned wore another in one of (he successful plays of thn Mine. tuque. fetching costume in this smnlicr hue. season. The material Is ruse (Hshniere in of the ilnest. sllkest quality. The skirt lighlenetl with pink the bodice. Most of Hie lilack gowna Is side plaited und Is sweep length. both back ami pact' bolero Jurkcta. for the I'arlsienne The b'siiiT I surplh-eobjects lo hilling her pretty figure. For front, where it fastens a little lu one those who have not d leriiilned upon side of the center wilh ehuiix of silk the same ahade attached to a deep the cut of their winter jacket on might suggest a small garment half girdle. The surplieo In front Is edged bolero, half coat as being one of the with u liny plali ing of ailk and furtliir And a tide idea in adorned with embiuldeied motifs edged burst fancies. c oh i s. upon the dressy with the tiny plaiting. The rinpiecr-nie. Is of I'ream cm round at the cloth and smart little fur CKitee. Is the iiiiroducHnn of strips uf silk or velvet throat. The sleeves are elbow length shirred into a foul' Inch ruff of lace. outlining the seam. There ere n mindier of conspicuous 9 9. models In the season's showings, hut tine of the new rotor coinhlnatliins the pe ivcii luge of harmonious and quiet dial Is attractively used on tweed anil costumes fs larger than over before. Knglisli suiting costumes is a piping CATHKIHXK TALliUT. of red ! ud yellow velvet applied on collar uml ruffs. A collar of blight To the Kogllsbwaoiao. green or lemon yellow overlaid wilh to declare. is another fetching Idea Tin re's u Irinli I black scutuf-liFm- Ive not icr il how pretty jour f.na to Hint does much tn give dlslim-Hoiis; nil otherwise rniiiinonplare suit. an arlist in doing year linlr. Hverylsuly Is In quest of Isinds of ymi'ii. III" line of your ligare all grace Is, And to which with embroidery J.panesfUni one lliing ou really should lea ratrim black teaks or to M'lorii blouses. il Is vital, hk you limy suppose. The feeling of Hie moment la fur color, Fur ir I'l'rlHin yow never at least, hardly ey, r and w lierever a touch an lie given with Know Jim linw to put on your clothes, effect il is laid on wIili a pa lei I e knife. The long tight fitting coats of last Tiler are ladies away In tlie states year arc brought up to date with a rol-J- ir Aeiow the blue iff til ocean: look Tl'e ili'es like thegreen tashlon of embroidery, anil bolero plates fresh and young when trraied In a line, And aiiiusi' quite the deepest emotion. i'eislun lamb Tl'ev nmv not be Indil oil your plan. of Jappneae coloring Hut one of these ludic well knows and astrakhan coulees have taken to Huway lu ho smart is to Kludy iheinselres Hits blight note st the Thai l ll'1 .'ll oMiiing "f Hie n- -t k or as a vest. Of w ej lug their beautiful riot lies. For all these purpose llie Japanese i pettii-'Kirecommended a an ohjeet They are enwrrd In th" very liert style: for and purchased. 1nr lo he ecai'-hea i m iu each of tli'-iTh' i here of course it' worlli sire not only two square of They whib eiuhrot'biy to cut into, but long The mod of their sprlsl atlraetlnns. lines and separate dowers on H, ioHi, it make delightful So. I.irly of Hiitai'.fs dear shore. nium red Whether shanirru-- nr llilMlo or rose. t The form lie buiida for Th'-iis h duty you owe to your on Hie routx collars huik turned short htuiity li are those In the putty Japanese yel 1ruy am how lo put on your elofli. PATHS. il- l lie - pionimrnt sphsi ill's ml Mi In CREATION IN CARDINAL VELVET . sliilK-s- - 1 i nias-qiie- , fr in.-ik- t vr-i.- JAUNTY MATERIALS. SUITS IN STRIPED I WOMAN1 AT HOME. IN flttl Kill it In buyiriK a amt fur ihr fii uf thr brill r t' oni m v n n!l l IiiIM'. K- j;o n hk it run br u AND BUSINESS i i ! ferpi SOCIETY. IN lull i ns silk :mi liiuMurfr-i- l lin' m !i-- i ;n i iiiR- 1. im i - ant . !ii t - Mini i w ! - i :trn i mi itiivhly in and m ,i .Mi i.t i v ! llnll . rin- - n 'Mill i k! .imil-- - Klixnltnih ilwvin i thilr liwlivr nr ill till' 1: nT i m iu i Hi ti.tilt iniii In ,.i. as it ii. tii;. "!; "a'u n- - i1 . Hu : s iips xrr and a iiftnr- smy- - i fr ilaWlm' . Snt1 si.ir ? Mian iv i .. i.i !: iu.-'- sliKillv iltrss- - ..ui , n l.mv: U- u- list nf faliU k for U ili'i hi r xmi r nlMii ih i .m-- h:ivo 'i.'ijy l ; t.i- J..1-1 . i'U i - tio turn l.r aii I in i vmi f r ulliM v w mi ilnl ' i i lt,,r n,ir . . j ).! i .n. . hiU'!H- !. - !.'i: fr lin sjhm ial in Arlington rmnolc'ry. Mil. Kap-- Is the Nxi t Kiupp von liiii Ifftty ilrr-fKrnbififfry 111 4 villi tin rstftf? f n. th- Orman f.nh gun-niak- er $7r,000,0"0. iii grow i.n ihe n hilr. rsMi-lliIlrinliioiih'i y ninttheif Ui shs-king- s lllvml nil whrn ih kll n. voivuin In I lie lior IMines lkirtlm (Jaulitrr. j AVaKhliiF-tn- riihr-H- i witjltj. SlO A. ft. ami nf th vrwl- - duty j l a.ii Mr. Tunnrr npiiilli biirfrwl by y-- i I of tlie wry uii T1i Ijiir. ii 'livxi' mum runs ;mi Uuxxrniiyitt iiy l.iyimr mi of liands?" if r. .iimMi itskfil npr in.m ,VMlHtny. wan lin ,,Yli,ii,s til iy I unl f i inv !iv ivm't, Tim'IIi ii'ni rtiiil linisln- Fiat in stirh i aM ii n i Jimn thi'in i Imii.. h.miii in i.ist miirh if iikrll .MV if nl Wttslli il i'Klli:il nilw-hi ihy,i shotih! ' s in ji a;i si 1 .