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i SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 0, 1006. UTAH STANDARD: OGDEN, TTIE FUND AY 'r Jv, yy-j.- J? 7 k. ,? tzMJ$ r r: II f f '- 'v-' -- .' I,.. .t; of 'ft V,l j i'T :' ; " -- IW s,. lr ' ' ,j .' !m P m ur-r- - . b-- v' - Wi yrrj .Il '.iH- 1 ''i, ' fy jet i . V : v; f ''. '. I ' . "Ff .J tm - ft'. - '! rYj V : K 5 - Mr P iW r5s Uu Extreme of Luxury - A; - G&C&O-S-? i.;: JZnrczzAxsjzKa' ZSPCXZS3 Long and Loose 2AP7Z ara tho the the Favo- and Pendant Trimmings Velvets Variously Employed. -- To tfco von, of fiHlilna lha Quoiltoa of niTiaco and evraliig wr,M U ' ooo at (hia Juicturo. Tho aKwt miulaKc rrratltma aro dallf atrirlnc at tho Cuwiim bun, thoro to la their aloo appralNeiL and tha rnao-In- f doty collerti-- by our I'wle Mam. who Impoaoa havy laa oiob the elifantea for their derotliHi to foreign, rather than, faahlona. Hut van there erer vomaa mad, and erperlally Hi thla twentieth century nf rlrlllaatiou, to vhoui the whisper "An Imported model, madame, Jut erer from raria.' would nut Immediately klndlo her lutereat, and awaken a lonaluf, If uot a determination to poaoeaa that very garment, and no other. While thoee entranrlng model are fur the very wealthy only, there are amoe excellent mplea turned out I11 our own workroom here win we eh, rut are aearee a whit behind thoae of the Part.lan The aierlalty almw are coming out boldly, and where they om-- upon a time atwk aloutly to the alntement that all of their etnrk was of Kreui h origin, duty oild, t"d,y they are arinniin.-liiand that without a reatlge of Hi.ogy, either that the beat of their offering are product, of their owu workroom. . The American woman la law unto where faabltuia are ; and daHlgner are beginning in take thla fact Into ranaldrratlou In the making ami Impelling of new atylea. While abe will not go to the extremi- of ktyle that captivate the Kreurh woman fane, on the other hand, neither will ho countenance the dowd air that charaeterlxea ao many nf even the Nut rirenacd wonieu of tho Briitsh arlatiieraey. Where a lura.iire nf eoiiiiomy muat be matiitiilued In the wanlruhe. rlerer nMde w may the carriage wrap will dn duty for evening aa well. I'ashlou fnvnra light and dell, ate triit, alinoat t rhe of the more Uiher mlering, that a plai-upon ib(. rnrrenl White, however, line, not tnc- -t with the ,me degrw, of tmiee that It baa for seaaons: and. rmuparnl with the now. it duo aeon a tlIHe tair.e nnl mi matter how clulnir, te- home-mail- her-elf- coiu-erne- - - e . lhe lady, tha long and flowing aklrta, the aleerea after I thousand and one different effect. al of tbnao Item afford a Arid for tho trimmer that the Utter la not glow to take ailvautage of. Home wrapa of Empire perauiuitnn bare the rharerterlatlc abort lauly uirf done la fuy and the lialnnee of ilia roat la otuo wle tinted cloth or aatln that beet accoola with Uie furry pcIL For a charming one acea tho other an exclualve luiporter'a hae the day at the atrlpi-- tliat bialy part In ,rume on the back uf tha little autiual defily bandied In form a Idaa pattern. Hanging louae after a bolero faalilon, the coat aklrta atari bduw thla at the beat line, ona of the new antln cloth they are a regular aatln weave on the fare and a broaileUuh of high luater on the back In a cold tint nf le blue being need. The aleere waa a caie top nf the ehlnrhllla. matrhlug the bolero In ahnpe and aiae, and topped a loose cape affair of1 the clotb that came but a trlile below Hie elbow. Over all of the fur part waa laid a muat elalmrate enilirohlery In old ailver bullion lirald, lhe diwign nf a very nieu characti-r- , an lliut lhe charm, of the fur were fully aeeu. amt tliia aanie old embroidery-- It had decdllv an ait furuoMt a ilccp Is.nlcr all aroiinil the hem of the rout ml covered the cloth rape sleeve a well. Amt. by the truy, quite aotuutlme ago thla column call'll aliciiliou to the that ecclealaai I eft would fiimlshlug to many prove a aonne of Inapirntlon a deflgurr If nrrfully Bought ont. We hate aeu how the ehnaiihle, the alole, the altar vcatnient, uf the Incensr and 01 her lu many have found reprmliii-tlila whudour not a, and n nf a there gu'a, doubt lull that thi, so me aiiggcatioa will flud liaclf niuib further aann rolls around. developed a, the , A tom'll of tinsel la quite a ' faartuatlng foatnre of the trliiimliig arheihe of ninny a aninrt design. One of it most lirwirebing expicialoua I, lu old lae. a. where the patiern of tho laee la worked over with tine ailver thrrada. Im not expert tu altiilu Juat the with the ehiiip ailver tlnwel thread, that are offered; they all nf them tarnlah (I uh kly, and not only Idarkcn the;nrlvr. hut everything they mine lu rotitnet with. The career of the garment no adorned , Ti I a brief, hut an eminently unaailalae-tery- , aliort-walato- uianlit-ulalc- , rhlm-hllla- d a ottn-ma- I I d- I!' t ill ri cl ! J :t T- -. 'O t,i- wrap. ...f .Tlu-r- the doui'.b icular. I think It la simply horrid and vulgar,' rejoined the atout woman, whom they all snnlihed, Idit who waa ao glad to seise even a general remark aa au ear with which to get Into the swim of the conversation. Thla was her first opportunity to gala even a pasalug semblance of recognition. and she seised It eagerly. "I think tbnt no really womanly woman would take a man's middle and attempt to ride In that bold way. Why, It takes away all (he romance of rlillng. Why, Jnat think thnt If you get thrown off oh! you need not untie tliat way, snuio very good riders get throws off aor time, and I've even had a fall or two myself there I no njAiortunlty at nil for a beautiful and thrilling rescue, and Juat think of having to be helped to your feet, and, perhaps, to walk home In a pair of trouser. Uh! I wouldnt even think of 1L 'Tie laimodent. In my opinion!" And the stout lady gave au Imitation of a bitten wl'h a chill, which she fondly Imagined wna a rlrtunna h adder. '"We'l. I don't know," said tho bachelor girl. "Really, at first glance it seems far mere logb-n- l to ride with a crons middle Hint seta well, rather than all humped np In a lump the wav that most of na ilo. Yon see." she continued, meditatively. as though discussing the inaltir with herself for the first time, you really r control of the horse, to say get milling of a ln'tter nnd more even balance of your own body. 1 should think the horse wonld Ilka It he doea better, too," she added. ,xln 111 oa one not hove to carry the weight side (end aome of u are not little prist package, either. wLere weight is concerned 1. and ao a long run la made easier for him. Ye. Indeed. I think that tbera Is a great deal to lie said In favor of the cross saddle, and cuing to try Tt myself some morning early when there are not many people around the ring. I don't think that It Is a single bit Immodest; not at all. And I shouldn't wonder If. after all, I might really come to like It better than the present style. 'Oh. yes. we all know tbit." said the girl In the corduroy bnblt. with one of those little postage stamp" caps of tho Rut oame skewered to bar fluffy lock. what we want to know la If you arc goIf and any really ing to ride thnt way, nice women are doing ltt" Well, Jnat look at those kiddles down We all there In the ring," she rejoined. nf os know I heir mother, or most of are certainly a them, at any rote. They brilliant and convincing argument for tbelr way of riding. And I'm sure do oue wou'd even dream of calling thoee dear youngsters Immodest; not even for a moment." With tha kiddle It la different. They and are u .1 -- The vogue of the all laee coat la one of the moat rnpii-:toiifeature, of the sea'-n'faalilon, a mule, by the way, that la Intentl'sl for t lie wealthy won-nu- . Ike one to wlmm I'n.lcrsiilp n fashion la the goal to be aline,) for at any cost. Iiong and Imike Hue are these P refer vrl 1,'th fur i'io tall and well fmnic.l wuisn'i. as wed as for her rui-- e petite fist ; while ttioae that Vigvest, even vui;iic;.i. the outlines of flic E.uplre mo.les aie In the very forefront of the faabl"r.nl'lr pro The charming depict. .1 herewith I one of the moat s'lccvs-fi- ll f those rhariulngly expenelvc fnih. T!i foun ion I, an ud hand wrought Irish crochet, irh motif fashioned wisir-- i tacked to Its place on the aiffiee. raliro foundutbin that makes the shape of t:i gnrtnciit ; and when all have been p.necd In accordance w i'h the dewlgn thins- little "hrlde-- " or lirMse auiclic are uwit to convert the wkolr. In the nualei pictured there la a frame all around In the kmalleat and finest of babe crochet, and an thin the large and hold motif are posed scantily. The body of the roat. on the contrary, shows ilmsc chiac p'seed together, and the aleere, with it, clnr.ilar pendant cuff, uiatcbea the A amart the In construction of roat ldy feature Is the etaudlng collar of the Nc.poe.in order, well boned, and setting ly to ike tlieoat, a moat N.onlcg ad-- ' Jutict. l.y the way. 'the entire coat I, lined with a ibuthle Chiffon of palest yellow lint, ard the lining la one of Hum) gold tissue weayna, with a pompnloiir design In raise. velvet ts'iiquei of tluwera Mattered Ht fur Intc-- . Til's over the golden tiwiir. A r.ice si'lilnllvc of thg ilriighlful effect, that when the matter of ,x- It pi snsr is not a rotiKideratli-n- . this eliarm- ,t Ing wrap will stand for one of the of dnaa lu t t nre if Irish Crochet. a- a-- s The Charms of Jowl-don- !, :i. f unc-aide- i ihr-ut- 'I:' pile. f:p-t- one. The wnrklug of luce, with thoae bullion iliremla -- for that were the bettor us me for them than tinsel, which augg-at- , tmuicth-ucheap and of Imitation until ty will prove one of the moat nttmtlre. and at the aanie time one of tar tuost work for economical, piece of "pick-up- '' a the woman of fnahlon. nil smh wr-ip- a tliia where lacr appear the price Ik well of lu hundreds the np dollnr; nud the well-veneaaleawoniau wld explain ihi.i the handwork iisn the lace uione u worth aluioat the price askeit for the entire gar 1m1 nt. Another atnarr feature in S, working of some of the less evmnsire kicis rt silk. w.th heavy atrnnda of II the ripe a'lk will not answer, and v -!,. po-fi-to pert worker mi nr I'.al'. or even a d"Xi n. a'rvnda of lo.., 1 twisted fllo i:k wit', whbh to f ili.-the llesigu of the . ' e nil of th",e etui - i leriew niUKt he. s,. that the pn'-cr- i. , ut In bo' I lu f i.a .'i.-- t P.u kg: iiiiol ILat la iiui...r a auu.!un o ., i.imdation for the ri. h i Tba fur IJhfl mail ttiat have been an popular for several aeaaona how ill: ke very arrvlceilde evening Coats, w'lu'li the outer revering la of a light ii.ue, tine sec large cape, almost of tnllllury of mate, plnliineas. u.rde up In all aor rial and lined with either a quiii.nl In-a toil recent revival from other duy or elae with Home nud not ton fur. For real roiiilort and expeiiaivo warmth, for convenience In putt.ny on ntul off. and for lis.ka a well, ihoao cuts' arc really one of the I" at Invest-m- i nis that a llinlb'd dro nliowmice can indulge In.s I rm-rr- ! u 11 adorr.i d. The oy.f'T tmiea lire far and wa the tpnt hemitlfiil tint have preaeuled tb mkelve, ami the range of lints la one that leids Its-- if most dcllghtrnlij to a very wide latitude in trlininiuga. from a pearly white. era) a that are tmt a faint auggea;n of thla aomla-- r n and hmwnl.h Into tint, yellow shade that I Citren.eiy new nod amarr. the tone the take favored fur and tlu-nytr ilir.itn. trliuininga to and lawe are the tinea that ehir- tieales. It a the wrap eterlie the that cornea almost, if not entirely, to the hem of the gown that la considered the amarteat. end In the eaae of evening wrai the back muat lie ao modeled tnnt tt rover the little which In one of the feature of the later mode lu evening gown. There la ready nn eptdi period nr to t ie exclusion atylo that la of all other. I harming cuat are limit e line that really a boon npn Empire who mui the to the wotm-ewe-usfoe of n.at'er ale, rloKeu !i coloiing that beat accord, with b .r effect to bo oeeo In many of tba moot hirer r that at art almost at attractive, the beu of the garment and rlppl their way to the ehuulder line . aro by no means uamuiaton; and tho armalxe la a perfectly huge opening lu all of the later Kimono aloev-a- , dealgna. ellng aleerea, dolman aleerea, are so in eleovea, rajie of the designation! that btjng vividly to the nilnd'a eye llie rlaaa of arm covering! that prevail la tho lieat inwlra. Velvet rciiily hoUl, away to an extent that no other uiatcrl.nl even aharen faintEntire wrapa of cblffna velvet, ly In. velotnu fanmne, tuulre, pcklno and counties! other variation the really lead mode; mid In all of them It I the delicate time and half tlnla that are to be preferred. Meaty faille, moire and alike are lavishly trimmed with velvet; and cm ala. wishes and other awaylug and pendant trimmings flud their lieat exprcaalun In this softly wardrolig and romplexlon, inch doalgna may lio mail to du duty fur oeverul Saslies 2ZZ TTZZT it j I Some Straws tliat Sliow How Fasliion s Winds Doth Glow. Tbo rtltineKw af Card la a vary Jnat coinplicnieii one for some women. h.-. few r how many egrdv to leave when rallb.g upr-.Is new acqnalnt.iDcc fore it I' uf a problem. There la itiuaya the that the new acquaint an' may k uw more of the very Inteat wriiikii-in Hi' direction than tho caller doc. nml that the latter, her a octal training and lv.mvlo.lge. to ay nothing of her . lnl (is-tioti- . may be judged by her polti 0 ni y or ilollnqiilncy lu tho matter of dc vtsite. The other dry such an emergency arotv. They had rug the liell, the tattler was appro l.l'ig the question had to he tht iar.i ..'i , j nT!"."1 . , , of f. it, why e " I , , . . w.IH .iu. -.- i'TiX. two. an old caropaginr queriedj'fthe J,,i' a bur- - 'r lhe . "-- llcr companion dived deep down Info her rnrdeaae and fetched np a full handful. which were passed to the hntlcr, with the murmured regrets that Mr. Bo-ao was not at home. tinea down the step, the elder campaigner exclaimed1 "il'rll If von don't hand In em.ngn they think at ce do net know euongh or that yon are yn not well posted l( to Wlat I. correct, or tbnt you nre panlmonlon. and have no little ociaiiun fur the use of cards that hate to let n single cnc go. Rat when you hand la number they think at once that, even though yon came on f.s.i mil delivered the ran yourself la ""'t Of by vnnr liveried footman If fna ' combined treasure fllld oovu i worrv yon know more than they do the game, and that this Is antne a'mt new iy'.i that they have heard nothing iikout. and your uncial otoek roe up e- (ordiiig. Take toy advice, nud when yon ' i j ; j ! n!,",r' "Vr banished altogether, and that then aril Mill bo a gallery to applaud my HttH stunts, and to consider that a oeatu took beat, aftar all, la tha seat wi to been accustomed to seeing her Is lot n kmc." A mere Maw annouared a dlarevety the other day. Ho said that ho nbawral that a 11a oat of every tea woman wha( rlnng to elbow alrcveo and long glam during tbo cold weather did not kup their hamla la tha glovea whUa they carry muffs. Well, why should weT promptly woman at tho asked a middle-age- d table. "With one's bands la a muff the bauds ara bound to gat unduly warm, especially If one la walking, and la a very abort tlma that same glovea ara worn out. Now. there la ao need to wear oat tha finger aad palms of tha gloves, too boob, mure pacta I ly when each pair of those gloves reprotent an investment of ffi.30, ana that la more than double the prlca uf tha on! Inary pair of walking glovea. I tell yon, when all of tkooe Increased eastl that hive to come oat of la not by any means lucraaaed la woaisa amart It behooves the to Invent a trick or two Ilk that to even np the savings. And the mere man agreed. flpewfciww of Glovea, there are very attractive fine eaahmero gloves 1 ale In all of the leading colon to main the winter gowns, and In lengths tt coma well up above the olbow for thorn who follow fashion la all of the 1 not quits turn nf anything, go to extreme of liberality rather than other thing. It will always pay In end." And It doea! Tho RMlag Schools welcome tho approach of liad weather. The worse tho weather, the better the attendance at the school. When It la absolutely liupoaalMa to ride oat of door the tanoark la crowded, and after an boar or ao In the ring m"iiy uf the rider gather together In the gallery and dlncuaa the many topics of Intercet to women In general and equestrian In particular. "What do you think of thla faeblon of cross andillef" asked one pretty blonde with pink clieeka and appealing gray eye, addressing her remark to nobody la part- "1 r- Furs, id.JYOV'JZZ. !pl t,. -- Designs Mostly . JGZ2Ls . jJjVijF0Zxzzrr srr r 3 'fa vik sS QzTzazzxjt iy It n'ny A1 I r Jfetvrr red-Cravats, S. K a: ll it Ckryti -- f. - t'p.'i. Stt .s, Laces - ':iiSr 'i V Sr! I :'ey ' ? : ..A e, v- 31 ' tvA5j It , .Ni( Prevaile-Velvet- - fixv A-y,- : iv fcr f,v fcvr $If ,' 4; ,'.1' iSgffl K&r' : . . - V. it?S irVr 'ji ; '.SM v ;... :f , 0'. Rj '. i rrS'V 4 i ;'tv : "' ;v. ' f i aL - N IKf f' ii .. r: . "VrA. V ? Ife. A -? 4 V;5 - - rf'.fWJ- t W :xi n & 4tr i S3& tf v : .. Th'S 'LtTwJt a ,Z1 t the small pony, suited 57 tbelr -limb re.idily accommodate themselves to the vltuutlou. and acquire the length necessary to guud horsemanship under such condulona. Yon know a man ha always a ameh greater length of limb from hip to knee than a woman hi, even though tba two may stand at aimut the lame height when on the gmnnd. As for me. I own np that although I tried the enthusiastically, and reluctantly came to the riMielnsiiin tnat It waa ant for me. 1 is not to be aui glad that the croaa-wddl- e c an pocket-mone- y tWDM Tinted allk linings, too, aro anothw cold weather feature at the glove cotta-lethla lining being of tho finely wovaa Jersey kind, with Just about kid pn stretch and give to It aa a flood senta. Extra lengths are purchased for I back rolled , these, and tho tops trifle to dlaplay tho colored Unlnfl. Armlets, too, are on sale In caabtaer and la fine allk and wool mixtures, throe to be wont under the kmc glove of lac In U, kid. that teem to hold their own Aasar-edlrheme of things fashionable. those promise cold weather o fort fur the short aleere wearer, nan since they come only to the wrist ana cllug closely to the arm afi tha wiy down, they do not Interfere la the hm with tha net of tho street flke la In wear. A little elaetle band Into the hem at the top t bold the ar let In place. Flower Holders that hang oa wall aro meeting with aa enthusiastic am reptance with those to whom flowers a dally necessity. Many are the kP that are displayed la these, aad '! of materials are called npon for tb are making. I'erhapa the prettiest and JJF faience or msjollea. Chinese aneee potterlee show op well, tei this purpose, aad a favorite fies'P1 nlatee several Irregular length!oreof hem boo tied together, the flow thrust Into the hollow items. Striking Design in Vcl ' vet and Lace. ' One of the oldest and at the one of the moat fetching dcelgns here declared themselves for a kmg la carried out la thla charming wrap e V la eqnally appropriate for earring a wT opera toilette. The foundation la ly fitting Jacket of Eton persuasion. double-breaste- d for warmth, and ehe'" Jag to one side with little at each fastening. Hlack-velve- t i1 of Pf Is emdeep pile and rich texture for this. It being lined wlj" lntJ heavy satin and comfortably tho with a soft silk flannel 0 that wi may withstand the wintry blasts comfort. Over this to thrown a tong effect In old Italian tore, a Florentine p tern revived from days long gout ay. brought again to light la the renal" of toe Industrie that la taking P're generally throughout Enroprea There I alomlntely ao attempt wsa ever at making this laee conform to Hue oc shape of the figure. It banfl , ., plain and straight fold that the entire pattern being displayedwlta . around all Rordered Its beauty. norm broad black velvet rlbhoa. the adorned with a braided cord Pere falls la graceful taaaela at either the fronts; The lace tabller to a ara r with white chiffon and lined with white satin, ao that It beanty gance wro throws Into bold relief matter if warmth and prefect lea W wearer are not 105. eig ht liar! ployed pe' .