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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
modiste call it -- now the most thing in dies and figure, us menl them herself. She liuvc long acknowledged it to the sattsfsi tion of known artists r,'t i Is-- . simmer and tin.:-.- up i., I i ,4 H liner sisins ul,. j,, n rl trouble to do ili.-iwn hj.i,,'" s",...11' l.ingeiie and lace waists to tie worn To be with emus and sail is are all lu the , quite distinctive most eluli-iratdesigns, unde the h.ind j her own designing, for. li. ei . 'i,: this work scciiis to t finer than eer. Tile pie. always lends il,ar:u fashionable woman of today, to whan rxiense is no cotisnteruiioii. demands the finest work of all kinds, and there Nothing look worse i,kll is it cud of rivalry over the hand ,l oily uplifted .ili'i ii (!ilI,V the great ilraagh-iir.gtiie Inought aim and clfoii being to possess one at heel shoe. 10. Wincl ''' that is t.iier und mure expensive .than holes in them amt u r.,iig, ,l;l " any one else has. Lace waists are hem to the gun u also ' made over bound und fitted luilm; and wearer as slow nly. look what they are pul t of tile cloth m costume. l,ong boas. Hut Mole , ? capes are all to be woin this Wl The waist made of white net. so of course the of the c.. id. . much in vogue at present, are very j must depend largely upiii n., vll'!v'J - tluit Is of Iasi to all. and. fu.aie lovely, they easy us:d. Walk lynx make. Those with yoke, collar and i self to almost any style , ,f i ufl of lieuvy clnny lace are charming, j a long fiat stole seems to i.t. , ,. lrJ! and no other trimming would be need- - ; popular. As a rule, lynx is nnr.j ed to give a most elaborate effect if a black silk or satin, hut n,H es,. larger, irregular design were done on warmth . of double tMckr,e t n ' in tbe mercerized coronation ueecsMU-ythe front und the pari braid. is suiv to off on one ,,.. j . Work in thia braid is the easiest If prniierly taken eaie of. i thing '.magimitde und ts accomplished iimuense auioutu of wear. Inn il in half the lime one might suppose. collar should not he worn even-',,,!' m and It must always be iuom at laid While one away. l.uu.i...,, A decidedly new frill ha crept Into Is sufficient, n i of fura A few years ago It would while to may society. have ut two least .! i ,r lirj' have been frowiuil down us bad taste, wear, ua even the hardicM hut this season it t the thing of all nary become will if worn q., n, things. It is the smartest and uewesi day out in allslwbby sorts of weutlin. frill of alt. m This new fashion is that of the The tl is When in gown. iniioible tliaphonous transparent dress of summer has been brought for- trimmings some unusual c.,,.i ward into winter, and the prospects teriul many wiqde turn to ihe Ireu.ii are that it will reign for a long season Idea of black and white f.n ti i.moinf. at leal. It Is quite different from the 4 Parlaiuw Mluase. former thill gowns. The bhmsc seen In Hie cut i ,inr Very thin taffeta, of the kind called chiffon taffeta, or gauze taffeta, or tile latest models from I'ari. taffeta mull, is made up Into dinner successful the fit must lie f,T and afternoon gowns. The style of the every Imperfect ton of tin- ilres.u,l,tTl ts perfectly plain, art stands out with cruel ilisun, innq making of the gown and the material is so thin that you in a blouse of sueli m verity of My),, It. can see through The material used must bo i loth m ij It Is very muilt like the ilk mull ts summer dross, which quite familiar to all. It is very thin, and you can see the lingerie plainly through It. It Is uecessaiy to wear a very handsome uudcruuist am! to trim the same with a color to show through in ribbons a smart way. ! e cll lon m!,-.'..- 'I'-- J ( , . t if K What a general improvement iq the whole chu racier of our dressing It would make If every woman would let alone Ihe fashions that do not coi.ic into her scheme of existence! A woman will not purchase a bull gown when she never has lieen and never will gu to a liall. yet she will willingly, eagerly, I only Inbuy a hat or a wrap that tended for women who lead utterly different live fi'im hers. She cannot lie made to see the reason for not doing the one. yet she would not do the other under any r a rynlral man RECENTLY Hit light ur pivm-ii- la sending to the exclusive ninig new eolluis of nuui-rouAll of Hue lin-- n mid rmlirnldei-y- . the new cr ilia i s are must elnli'irule, with long pieces down the front of the waist-madof plaiteil lawn or nainsook, river which are lahs, lies, rutiles, etc., of rinhroideiy and lace. These collare at first glaiice have u rather niatnady took, and, inileml, Miniewh.il resemble those which for yea is have been relegated In ehlerly women, lint they are now bring worn by all age of womankind, and. Indeed, the lip to date allk or flannel shirt wralat Is hard Pari I in rxtendrrt k. iupx-riiu wo- i men' head. Even the fur are light In weight now, no pudding being used in their makeup. The handsome el ole Illustrated la one of Uip Inter I modela The collar la formed rtf In furdom. Hire layers of fur. and the long tapering end reach to the bottom of the skirt. The chinchilla bolero with Its ermine edged shawl drapery I very siuurt. anil the long silk tassels on the points spell chime! In every thread. t This season fashion ha ordained ly complete without one. Needless to niiplh u'.ioue of emhioidery and lace, son belong to class: a stylish one that the three pleee costume be worn IkM exu u feels u In of ileal which the set and certain rout so, ti by muni, grout Importance vanity s:iy. they skill, waist anil coat to match each u bumptiousness, lu employ the counpense of a shirt waist out tit. hs they hunil. nnd all elaborate, the seiirale waist m m call to trified flung. ate of the finest material und urc t'onseqviently, thnl Is always In style being relegated hand cmliliililere.l. Kiiiiimiesx In dress, uccnrding to a a ieron "smurf Is not to puff her up to the more severe style of tailor nude When show 11 In the shops fahnlnus lute pulilieallon, must lie as difficult to us is done when she la told that she Ima rout Hnd 'skirt, and even then the waist nski-it- , w Sa to us a the in helmt 'lowest Indeed, iv Kiiwriiiesa, tho, according riling. "siyle." prltes "style" I on the elaborate order of lingerie sum for u hanilmiule collar Unit Is at tile word "style,' ini emt'hqed magazine referred to. coiimIm In the reully plain hlrt waist ul! rlulioraie. ttrst. up In dale not tiggiessIvTly and luce,use Ilf rnmve the clever with n feri m e to ilothing, is out of only with tennis or golf with some body. Tn the present infinding neeillewoinaii can tvudily make them lavor now uiiii lllei.ijy critics. The so. but in every detail, and In presentgown. stance the fabric I poplin of lnrrlj from cut of milts and end of linen innl line cotwold a to scans a clear silhouette, beget ing dean, "slyle" veiy H ton materials w hlcli have been left it II a in ihiinposliy and self consclniis-ncs- s any view t lint may lie taken. It may ruby red. The guliufie and huw imtfff The girl who can embroider even a are of Herman val. Very oriel nil 1 a :fr. i atioii. In fact. arouinl the house. Then, ton. If hand The word be found In the maid, hut not in the ciuhroldi-rts not pnsNiblc the fnlliirs 'sniart ill's" less mistress. It lies largely In following little will find It a delight , as well as the trimming of simulated bullunhoka personal, can be decorated with Insertion and romehou. than tyl-s- . A "smart" per us French the truest economy, to buy her silk nppuslte the garnet buttons. tha line" "la Ugne, - lie-in- g. s y In the Parts Mode; ni Shat Is 3 est Catherine Talbot Makes Her Interesting Weekly Selection AIllS. Nov. 17. I'arlslun have full'll victims to a new- - fad. Every one who has any right to corn-- idor herself any one I liniil log up list- - pHlrun saint Hnd having him or her curved in silver or Ivory 'for Ihe decoration of her autowas quiie unconmobile. This hli-sciously started by the dowager queen of Italy, who has been charming all Varls with her giacloits presence. The royal. lady is u great lover of outdoor molorlsl. sports and an She Is also a deeply religious woman, and a;i exquistle little statuette of St. t'liriatopher Is plsccd In a niche directly opposite tier seat In the great white automobile lu which she travels. The Hovel notion has completely taken Iai'ia by storm, und an ivuiy saint Is f iiiiw ns necessary to Ihe woman fashion ns tin- - flexible purse of chnse.l silver with it long chain of e"niuol link and 11 big "lucky piece p'lid.mi. chlf-tu- to be omue ns Ntainieil with the iun-hue- ee tlow-er- Fur instance, a white mol re Is printed with Wonderful gnrlHiids of roses, Is printmi and a ft living ehiff-in exactly the same way. The Idea that Hie bodice shall be of Ihe chiffon and Hie skirt' of nudre. Fashion !a certainly offering us im iii-- t 1 exquisite variety III iiiiiIoi'IuIh. giving us not only hcantifiil cloths nml ' but lr:ininiiciu-i-s- . chai'inlng Miyne iif whh ti are panic solid. In this class are the velvet sirltied voiles aiul a ilcliglitful ed toil of llowere.l chilfoli or was II nuiiisseliiii- - or with flowers 1n'mlfil velvet who ei1iais ciTates pile. has the haiqdcsl I'vcning costuoii-sif hfms-with glmy in a again covered gown of this How cii'd muon. The design. is a- hiiokfl of flow ers hanging from long Pads of blue iddmn Panels of this Louis effect fm m the Hrfore leaving the subject of novel- sweep skrl bet woin a cti.iimnu: long disties I must not foigcl to iiicniion the position if guipure and on tine lice of ilul'k sin lie hlemli d high buttoned boot The hiidh c is ol lace which arc: now so smart. In navy him-- , with hii together. ortisilc twist id pale Idue M botil-.- ' green, mu brown acid smoke1 a 1"U the liecollcle. und u luuu Ii ol gray these bools are epiiio pink crush roses a,d"ins the ims.igc wcun, of course, with drcses of exis m actly the same sliacle. In ad cases the not selcs and the heels ace "f ol.o The ligliicst and most vapormi- - n in 1 tar color of Ihe upper pan of the hiis. Hi. are ii ) fur Idoiisi s eiiua. led. it i inn', m Is worn nmler tin IS is routs. Imt tlicii one js not alwi.y, m (1 we supp-c-eto me Well 1hongh fur cn.it. What cci r the j.o i.ei worn, Into the winter season no one would tic ii cliiilt. v l vi or fur. it is ii i lollies Hint il'dfi-the believe judging llii'iv is always Ihe ic.'i liable are lieing worn. The liglocsi and elhiiw I l"i'l e est tiiat-- till: are used Pi s:ie. uc;v la he ui! Idc lan d, lo lie sii'v. i'l a ii.iiu-he- r i'U' of of jnstiincey whh ii h mid solid Ihuugiil ' i ui stuff'. Allhough not n low idea, ilils plai c. oul of I feacoMihi'iatioii of fabrics o- - o l III. II"IIS. Tl'od. s Si'.l III' ture of lies adonis f Mu I I ion m lil.e.ises ii. n'. conu-'- i lull" in mind a .uii i i c l.e l .dr.-wliic It Ihe upp-- r pml m .end and u ii tin an- a- - mu I tle y kio-csku-ii .1 were In s'lnuiiei. is iioa'ly a. lac T'le l"ld'ilst is lh. ll'Uck thiOii,! 'ITtd f i harming, bid in the .iinuny ,u i clownwiild iy weigliled c. uli a wide ho;-- ' wall It I I'l'w me always tn hmh di-- r if In ok i !' i. l l.tlie silks ale Very lllji It used for '.o l. Iniler-- i Inal log it one d I'l'iniing lilnii'-"-- . I" die s Imof the iii:idim, witli the skill eiiiliu-riti-il- that is bereft of sleeves and yoke and made tn dn duly as a dinner toilet. All 1arl is fliK'klng tn the in see the scene laid at a nusliste's. M. I'lirller has the entire with his delightful huts and well known poiniuulnur hallsixes. All 'he Heiresses in the stage wear t'Hriier bats, and the effect la mnr.t fasrlnating. It seem to ilia that tn nur desire for millinery that Is something uiH'oninmu we have fallen this season Into something that is unconimniily ugly. Indeed, many of the hats conic near the rtdtculnus. hut It Is a often us not mure In the wearing than in the Iwl themselves. Now. these are of all shapes and cnuilltliins. and the wise woman gets her milliner to show her how In wear them, otherwise a toque which should be perched nn the head at an angle will pndiahly go on straight. When the rumple Ixnnt wearer, secure in the possession of the latent, seeks the iipliiiona of her friend she H offended tn flncl instead of 111 ccinrealod mirth, and the fijemln find on their part IhHt they from Whistler on the need no hint Gentle Art of Making Knemle. Verily these new toque are pitfalls to and pointthe unwary. Rather nari-ned in sliatje. they urc set on the head side- - foremost, so to sp:ik. the point over to the right side, while the hair Is puffed up well on the left. They am success on some heud and a a dismal failure on a bud coiffure. Again, the large hat, with their hunrhr of plumes at one side, their small brims and large crowns, are not the simple- - things they hmk to be. They. too. have to Itc worn iwi," the feathers well toward thn hack, above the impression that the left car. glvl-ithe hut is loo fur at the back of the an assorting rhtffon to i natch velvet. There are' lovely moire silk and c 1 ninoti--iit-ISnu'- . I c m-l- dei-ldo- h.-- fu-ii- Itll-e- tl- g head. i ne-m- i t j The matinee hat. which w once a byword Hnd a reproach, against which Tunnagcra have hurled their rellcta and over the comic ieiers their gib- -, which Parisian milliners have groaned in their Hltempts to find a close fitting substitute that self resH'cting women would ut'Hi'. is passing into the sumptuary chambers of horrors A sweet and every conciliatory spirit Is well hre.l frequenter nr matinee removes her hut before the ccniciuslon of the overture as nulciiullc- - as lhnuc;h she were a mere man. possibly she ha or under the picture s;it behind THE LATEST IDEA IN HOUSE GOWNS. hupc-Hand know.- the ftenaliy. For this relief wc are grap ful. Still there I .it V ate " ii' ac will! slmpl are other uddi'ions tn the coiffure .iei t not .mother Im wuming: .... ' nd will in.: Ua y.uiv gmsi hav no wi..p which tn your opinion! beautiful in themselves which are not I! ' ' s w lil .' all.l will i" as well" for clay and evening pleasant tilings to look round, over or get ' . .1 .. A Kvcurved und elaborate u ami cJi.y wihw should npe w... i I.' i yen list through. . ... IP.--- ., ko: on and t'i i sc urate. A conihina- - comb nicy be us beautiful as a coronet. i.ing. io ' d ic " A i I i snhua'd on in ni't It inny le an nrtisllr gem. a most de i.,n Is us h.i.t as an Iif;. moon fnN-- v f- i ud-l-'- In. if ".lb. e illi.l Ml lug ViT llplll tile! Miiii'le make, lhoiigli w ilb it ii k i Ini', -- ki; is v , ElVsf" Ihe ho: 'ui oll- - l il'iv -- mi-i i In of I.: f v.ule k i el- I - v ao I'loprio li I 10 w.,i rid ' w Id II l. vva i o ii ehiliiiiuiidy Till e hi oi :ngs viei. S'illll.li 111! Ill lin ii'pe.uid oi, the fin Iinriicl if the Skit'!. Tec lei1 ed l ' I i ill1 : i . ! I'l d . Skills, the Smell l.r idaiiis are having quite it bid ig.n hen- oi Palis. The ins and ' ui t'l.iii shirt l an aho'iili-iif- m cut ly a master tail"' in is all that i ride. Tin- - nines! pi,i k ".. 111'1" I a : l I : ' r r Willi the i ooil iidng rii v in Viev. Fie,.1 FASHIONS. I pe.-p- r fin i I I w i BUSINESS M iur AND iMM1. t. l; ,v . , l'. Ui in i ' i i - . 1. v. U . if I. -i ( m s ; 'III b)M i - M fM-nl- I'.f iiwiii !' 1 i i L l ti t. 'ii i'll l'i, tMnh mi u !. liw p. . ii r i c )f tMn i '! irnri ytivf ion t - of th'1 j. ii i ' e mi xi ' h'l: : i ut: !'!! - ,i it, !n" :h:it n silk ;piwt iViiiivi!i 'Vi i J A i4 f . i ' rt ivaany ltiif suli1 cnlur. imt Hiirfm bViP. liKlit h!c worn .i tit tn Ofi nnm to in tin Ivih' Hh um-.I- lf rnnwt to III. ii f;nn1!iii aif H.i' . I .1 ii Hp4 U h i. k ms ' i ly Imi u in u tornferty. i M i i ,,, rs si A i w MTi'lerf nritrisil fur in vi Liv J.innf! in f hr-- .( tu viciir, I.- ,1 . ii hi innl I " r. !m(U t It ' )l lliii! t J.t m in v t'lr' i liU'i'i1 . f V i : 1,., . iiieli&f - " ' l ' I !. i . m! v .'I ! : i : i. ,i i . . lit. m ;iv i f Iif fiii iijIII N th ,f!t( I' ill K4M.M- - J;ir t!' A'l.i . ni fli t. If , UlHK h- l ; ,i! in our tii'i-- f Vi o jr i oi- Inir ' u MihUx'Ih tiiini liuf ii.ni o;i icifiiM' n oflnrlMT tn;ui hi ... mt liif ) ng:noiK sulltiff mu pi'iiin :i- IThwmh i iij . Hi' i hillil l'f V. fV. nnlvfil j nMxin t I i kind KHuhie'l. iiV .III II k'- r : iwi.ili fThtp Vi.o .. : . of ilu. Ubc ijL uiit oi ii fm I .ut it - HOUSEKEEPING. . rr j - f.ili. , i SOCIETY. iir J itn Imfd bui li nti Tilt1 nd i t i r.w pm- - ti bui- - n jnsif inoro rrll.jl.io than ih Jn 1ha IrMko ilU'H irirlK who do hnUHfWf.ik n m w irM-rifrom a month fii men. to 2Z A ijWhri liith (imjiih, rniir1y of lri!i. Hhrhtly r.usfMl m on Kid. hu?4 !fT rim. a h'.'ft iT"vn und Th only trininimi: ;m- tint fnUst of nHk. with two ioim I'His of Kilk livntMih two liMind Iiliiok w imrs iirlii in vhu-iy an oval, dull Jrt liUt klf. While t.ifTrta forms jn inu-restin- lightful thing tu see. unless one particularly wishes to sec something eln which It obstruct, and then It become a hideous and wearisciiiie eclipse one's common rights and privilege. It is much the same with thn graceful Hfgret. which gives such a dainty finish to the coiffure. Kit behind on the play, nd. Instead of a "grace whtcb, bright ami light a the crest of a Kit on her dolnly head." you wll see a waving palm tree Intervening between you and the picture in I way that la more Irritating than a solid object n huge feather hrurt gnmr of hide aid Playing a seek with the overstrained eye. GATH EIUNE TALHOT. pet-roc- tg Severe giwplirlfy This SeasM. slniplic-ltmay have tt W again, but it will not he this wintrr. The tiniest peep In shop window makes this evident. Ursl.ls. fwssemen-teritlniels. Jetted and jeweled lam hats and broadcloths and chiffon Ilk heflowered and befrulted; hand broidery everywhere: velvet and velvet and taffeta, velvet and braid la the most remarkable combination: nets and chiffon voile, with soutart braided taffeta: liltny. glittering sorequin, beads, bugles and danglers; nate buttons as big na a silver dollar: wonderful buckle In dull bronze. gUj und silver: rhinestone and color'd Jewel effccls surh are a few of til t gauds with which lovely woman Ishw her person and deplete Ko Kevere pnekethnok. Hark lea Come la Sels. II Many of the prettiest buckle of w son come in set, one broad orna- a ment for the back of the belt and buckle to mutch for the front. effects ate liked best, but th ure any number of examples that ar stunning. The rouml neck and Diiich cHi that are to be so much worn hav I brought Into vogue neck chain about the throat. A i harmof this description Is '""' chain ing wjMrd of fuaitx of topas srt in Flinch Kilt. fit Try In liMih OalBiy Iinn't fail tn look dainty. It ts 1 word which can most applied to a woman. A woman may be stylish, well dress' lot of otner il. good hsiking nndconsiderable things without any pense. Imt to live up to the requiri" mean somethin ment of dainty mine. It mean absolute freshness of etc., and can he achiev tie, gloves, me by the woman or Flrl of averageof ni if she will have a weekly wash llns. gloves, etc., herself. exiu-esslv- ' lai-e- j, new iMickground for much of the nred embnl'lery. which, by the si!' more strikingly beautiful than ever fore. nJ Not every housekeeper knows pears ripen quite as satisfactorily the tire ap on If properly treated. To boil rice properly lemon ju should hr mhled to the water tn tn tsdled. This will Increase m ft I will und ilie grains whiteness, readily separate If thus treated.