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tL , ONE-HAL- E mrw ,;i in 'KM l 9 i- 9 To wear wllh gowua uf llie preset. I ia no inure ueeful undergarment than a combination prime 9 ion-tin- ei a n 9 wr-lon- al iiiud-dash- per-fn- t woman tonka bedraggled. 9 pretty III tie $1 : 9 f by anme v: c' not dainty women almae purxeanf are reek lee sufficiently long In admit extra vagi me in the mailer of lingerie la to puivluiae plain, but line and well lingerie at amne reliable and then In odd iipitncnlw, when llielr halide would otherwise lie trim thee garment wllh liHliwn al, merhllii nr eluny lace. with perhaps en rnibroldeied Inlliul a n further adornment, ll In truly eurprl-Intile faaelnallun of I bln work, and tha total cost la lean Ilian Imlf what the finlaheii article would bring la a lingerie shop. mad a jf i Sr'C 4 .Ji. eslab-liNhine- nt Two underwaiMi rere keen recently wliieh hud been manufactured from a Ink! year1 bluiuie of all uver embrnld-erline wait waa mad fiom llio The inalerial wa body nf lit wnb-t- . cut rather low In the jieek and guthered on to an inch wide luce beading, which wa htailinl by a liny ruffle nf luce. FOR AFFEARANCE. The (inderwaUl wai drawn in at the petticoat and cornet cover. It may be lo fit at belt and hip. It should lie walt line to a flat hip yoke of llnon. The long HUenal I nut worn also headed by a beading. mail of while lawn or inuMln and uerd kIimi-I- . The second under wulet hud tlie fronts at all tlinea In place of a white irtti-ei- even under the mo ehiborate I tall and unilerwalid. ur II niay be gown. 11 I all a iU Hon of degree rut from the upier portions of the full tnad nf wlill nr pale rolored taffeta of Hliorliie. Tht t very Imimnant elervcK. while the back wan made out ami umciI a a fmindullon for eherr point. If you are buyi ig petticoat for of h plain piece of llnon of about the Or again It may be the Ktreei keep to Kind e deKlgn. Hava name grade of good aa that In the evening g. y. It 9 While H la ant plea Kant lo rounl beauty and daintiness by dnllara and tlie ehoiihler and lirld Imao-l- by tlirwo rents. atlll II la tntemdlng to know lltllw bow of pink Kalin ribbon; tdlk that a elngle lingerie ekirt In a recent lae la Imwt and border the iiiallm-e- . hrtde'a trousseau eoel EliO anil I hid at plain or fli.wetvd, aie alwaya the aame eetaldlehinrnt finm which popular wllh the delgm-- r of thw negexinbllsh-nieiit, thin ekirt waa purvlniwd an ligee, and many of (he heel miMlele aie by tha way, aided fur the lux- - carried out lu this perennial fuvorlle. y Irir. 9 Tamboured patterns are partlculailv good among the higher grade machine embroideries, and shadow work iiiakc a bid for favor Hi::l rlvsls llie ailrui--Ion of the handwroughr designs. English oiien styles air as attractive as ever and are now to be had in the matching widths so hard to obtain broidery. The neck and walat were later. finished aa In that described above. 9 9 9 Its the character displayed In the Linen, bullete and line nainsook are way a woman holds her skin that the material ued for the inoel pail, makes the act of Interest from a physthough for dressing sack, negligee u. iological us well aa from an artistic lea gown mid almilur purpose there point. And If more members of the fair is no end to the elegance and variety sex llw unmistakable Index ! of silk and oilier fabric uned. character" shown in the grareful Hand embroidery done after thn fold nr tight uunuturul lines lipn which diilnllfxt fuNlilon i (he ilml choice for they gather their garments, inure cam the decorative louche, and lure eluny would Im; token in thn lifting of skirts and VHliMielf nnew for the must part in when crosHlng fc muddy street or when cleverly Introduced into the design with walking on a ntlny day. all sort uf stllchery that add to the To carry skirts t least the niudeni Intricacy, cost and attractiveness of ones that are fashionable now gracethe garment. fully or evenly or even comfortably, I 9 9 an art llial must be practiced, and evVandyke ixdnts make their appear-- a ery woman should study the best and at nee on pellleoat anti matching gar- the same time the most becoming way ment. llandkeivliicf mol If are Mill to lift a elrculnr, gored or short walktraceable In some of the new designs, ing length skirt. Wl0m It fnnry adopted Nothing can exceed the beauty of the matching art of three or more piccc-shown at shops that make a specialty of llie finest Krench lingerie. At all touches in such places Individual and monogram, devices ran be added at short notice if necessary. i Jr A at There Is no way of keeping a win skirt clean on a rainy day. and frw things look inure untidy thun a while skirt 'showing whin a dark klrt ia lifted in crushing ih street. A number of women do imi wear any petticoat on a rainy dj. They have the overtlght and high laced brown shoea. Over this goes ije extra short cloth walking akin, an-these aie the women whose trigness you admire un a day when almost eveiy s 9 9 Corset cover made of dotted switi are among tlie new idea in dumi; underw ear. They are made full, edged with i.,i lace. The row of dots acruss the i.. are einbrvddered In silk to correNiii! with l he color of llie ribbons chosen i run tliruugh the beaulug. Extremely dainty underskirt art chemises are also worked out In swiss with row-- of dot cm. wed wllh colored silk or the nictvcr. lied ruttons. m-.- ii linsgi-natio- ., d elylr there nt Xu but so diffemitly arc these empioyel that they have ail the Chaim of novrV.v. Kklrte arc. not inui-in i.i unless in ierhap a sligh! aud d fuh. ness in the flare. Nothing - be-.- , style for general use Ilian the Ku n, : skins with eliam-emln oL1e: ij flounces, and nulhing to be had cx,M-- ,t the capacity for wear uf llie uuc kinds. Combination of Valenciennes lace and made of darker eoiuied mIK and worn or eluny. are j wllh princes eliret or reception Irish, ur of vslrnciennc iriniinliig the uaual riling for triiuiinrig KUthjguwiiK. to wait uilTnvul I'niuiremco'.k, liihlniee and goan. uriuua type of lie llngei ie a act of I ll, lee pose was rei eiitly exhibited. marked (1 wo of course the line waa j Huch an HARM EXT." eul and tin- - embroidery uf (he tlneel lit a tiuuitay pahand wmk. in say nolliilig or every per ia apt to keep the owtt amimn and eaui bring model of awake half the night rirranuiig tar-fai-in Hti wtuck hue orkuiiu-tiiP- . happy aniit'lpaiion of the lingerie 9 in nmr fur her the next day. After a hurried biwlftnl Jtuuday The m kleae profUKiun uf hand emher all morning aha galhrn. together broidery Ik priliape to the uninitiated available aralik aud couteniedly trots I lie mintr Mirpntng feature nf these lw ff to Join tlia army ol martyr mai relou net of duinly hiigtrie. Tlie putieutly mail iu line fur lie opru iiiuki elaborate medallion uf hand uf c!l,umla sesame to the treasure in- Juimci lu Hie garment tarialn by insert mii of leal lai e. Hie inxe.-iiootherwise knon an counter. The aid game nf fettall In turn hnlelied with a cum luild play rniiiiened u the rush. block leal lace edge. o that uf inm. aiirai and tackle of this iruirr hale the Hppcarancr of And the prior well, we all know what beautiful flowers net In a frame of fln-nalee Hie visions have vanished when lace. In thiqulel avkuges have been K at an uf our own h'Sne and wlih Tlie cheinlaa la a good friend lu the nnlilaaed hy I lie alluring bail uf marked dawn prt.es." The woman Mender a Oman, but Ik beat lei decidedly klnne by eveiy wmuun with any tennowaday who give heed to her dril i y la eiiibuniHunl. appcaniure li faking her underwear eeriouely. Hhe due nut rush out and buy Indtscriinliislely. bul select Empire matinee are also among I he her Ungeue with an inui-- cut aa sits thing and are made up of duea her ruMUine alUl always with ilrewleH tallcla, eliilfun. lovely (loaned reference lo the 10 ial requneiitejita crup- - and ihcer silks. with a picul if jl of her flguie. HIip lias teamed In ihia A very ribbon. of ami lace iriininiiig day of grat-- that if one'a guw na are to-t aiiruetive nut lime on ilie empire model til. underwear inuat ale be inter l inu'le uf Ihverlen taffeta over a chifHhe kimaa, Ion. lit this nsqiecl fon slip. The gleet e are left open lo that a ailm wslsl Ik ln;p.iililr with a .t of Hlr:iLS einii'i ling I: and (hat a ekirt will nut til nii'hly In the bgi k when the peitlcual la u mas nf uneven gather. At Hie bargain sale yoked fcklrlK are unknown. ami Indeed It in only In Hie high priced lingerie (bat fhla perfection of cut la In be found. Xn. Hia vaieful woman repli n IkIick her aupply of underwear twice a year, el i tier by muklng llie garmcitlg at and home or by walrhlng her E ,(fl I StTvf, li if. liuivhaKing the erllcle at a reduction In a quiet. leisurely nm liner, linw ilo yon like the Mrhliig imjumaa and the wllh r t-aiunnlng negligee of dolled swls hrre-wtttin frou fruu nf lae llluiti rated TiT WHITE HALE. OFF EVERY EMUXXL'AL ', -- dre. What the Pa.risia.n Dress Designers Are Evolving; Catherine TeJbot Reports Progress Up to Date ) Feb. S. The worst the her. tits harder the rsln, deeper the snow, the . grows one's longing for pretty clulhcs. I think. It niay be I list the mind demand cmurasl. or, imsHlbly, It I the spirit and nerves seek relief from unpleasant surthat rounding and find their Joy In the contemplation uf spring finery. Who knows! Rut whatevsr the cause the woman who Is never taken uiwwares realises that unless her little dresses." as tha rurlsk-iiiidults her lufiumHl frocks, are not begun now ihers umal needs he an uncomfortable rush later n In the season. fasrl-natio- 9 s. In-- r 9 the 9 t Home as those It The Now for modes In sleeves. graceful little elbow length will bs worn on afternoon und evening dresses, but there is not going lo be seen as I many washwoman effec ts In rolled up ' sleeves for wear that in, our shirt walats pure and simple will have sleeves, and it ia long or three-quartrumored that later on in the oeaaun long manclv will lie de rigtieur upon The long (lie smartest rostumes. wrinkled, transparent arm curerings Bernhardt made so popular years ago are revived. A beauty doctor here in Paris is trying to ware his clients Into abandoning short sleeve by telling them if elbow length continue to prevail they will be provided with a sleeve hy llaine Nature. In other words, lie warns us Hist women's forearms will be covered with hair almot like paws. Only the girls with scrawny shapeless arms I huppy over this ultimatum, and I'm afraid hers is only a postponed Joy, for most women will cheerfully run the risk of resembling a gorilla to be fashmm-nin- It in Mrlci'y ,. I.i cidn .I t t y be out In the The full skh-t- . er 9 If you have heaps of time make your washing frock nil hy hand, slid you will have Hie sallsf.n Hon of laiig the smallest Of the winurt. for the dainll-nes- s and cane wPh which thee simple lit t lc frock rr iiimiIc place them In We are the esIlmaH-it- i of the inili:ili-- l. leiumlnv in al'eghince io iln plain lawns, dimities and ginghams of moderate price, which for Hie post or two have been thrown out of Ihe running ly expensive linen amt ns. Many nf ilicss ilicKes aie ni.ide osien slhly In pitnicss style, hm in ivalltv tliey arc in two pieces, join,-- Intlslhly l with a ImIi nr entile skirl unit bodice there kIioliM hr a lihei.il supply guidance. The line or to put scientific touluiier tlie new creation will n, . draw tiem- - and take these fashlnn hint for early sprlns and summer costume for hr lomfurt and futuia lnt t. Noma timid soul, perhaps, will say; ltow can sue make up summer nowns when mods are In such a transition state and expect them to he smart later on? Anti one's sleeves bow on earth are ihry to he worn, long or short 7" It's a problem. I grant you. tml lo Solve it In part Is the secret of my piesenl mlwtun - lo give light nnlu Ilia sister aim sits In Naitnrlsl ilari.-nes- As to skirts for wash materials the most satisfactory cut is that of Ilia gathered flounce set on above tha In knees and adorned with tuck with groups of two or three and insertions or lace. Hi' fore leaving the subject of summer dresses I want to tell you that pique is going to huve much Stunning tailored prestige. frock are to be made of tills fabilc with box plaited skirts and box plaited blouses cut low in the neck and finished with stitched bands. The waist la slneveless, and when worn with a sheer embroidered blouse it is extremely chic. nf lacs, dyed a delightful shade nf apple graeu. The French would adil to this symphony u touch uf bliu-- Introduced by MiiUning the medallion with llie tinest guthered niching of black velvet buliy ribbon. In this case the hat to wwr wllh llie confection wmild be nf draw n black luouMNellne de aide adorned glth a (wle green feather held In' place with a knot nf euiall pink roses. YU have un Irina or Ihs unless you have actually seen tii fltut of a mauve mull mounted over pink mull and trimmed with Incrustation of cream lace edged with narrow black Valenciennes. It Is baldly necessary lo point nut that th lace Is Lrvuted g Jour to show the dainty Tlie undrrslip of underdupf. course, niads up pluln. but the success of the orertlrupery consist In Its tucks, ruffles un,l lacs aipllcallnns. To the wonuia wearing half mourning this two-pl- y Idea to use carpet expression in vogue tn llie long gotirby days nf Ingrain floor covering-- - Is a boon, for she can wear a hue Inserted rnli of black inuusHeline de sole Ol lawn over n white nr gray rgundle slip cut un the s.inie lines. PARlfl. Now let - i gowns we ale wealing. lung shoulder unit hMghtiiiiii wai- -t effect are to be rei.eM--,in suiiiinei And tne Myles. p. (lie manclie I suili an fmpi.i im eulnei i that It dcnuoid a iMiaKrnph Hut there are nh,- or two Hiiiik Imlh .r:-i g- - utilih are iu material going to be dlM'inily m exiilcm-me e m xi sumamong lh fluttl-mer. tine of il,e nn,i Nliraclive of of tuck wlih a ginmpe of Enuli-l- i The fnpes Ihe gioimd lhase Is the iiiuuniiiia of one I lull fahne vclth another mlur. This arllMIc feat ami are worn oti n piclly fluffy The pciili'oel a rou.ieli,-:nl tali' on Las for srieiul llie back, ind vitro, llie pilm-esysars with net. .luflon and llie like by down over fouml.t-tlon- s eflist is mol hi ,i,snie the tulloi-Pi- c draping Hose uliy c "niimie ihioncli ihe of the , uluifd Mlk ul itiCn-or s:r. In, placket but 11 leiciilii for this year or 1!7 9 9 exploit Hie heuuie of sheer plin W- ,d over I he eaiue liiHteuul in bio not seen the last nf the a shade. The iiiitimiiii. ' niii.fi, i' w.iist, winch Is list pn itv slid ,on. tollable m dlsciiiil lightly, mol novelty is brought into lay hy sppiv for Hirin' menslc nuidln funks ing dyed line to white gnd color, inuelin grins. The lace used i m..., notl'ing Is inuie stlivotivc Hi.m mi v. a- - a ly 'f the vsl or clmiy vhiI-iipeiiing ol the neck fllleit with m i!,,,i. coarser make would throw Hie tor uiiiierial. To be "rh:ht In il ilt.s sclieine Inin t,i Iwlil iMIef nil the giiimiie and the hci ompanyit g cud--- 1 ,, u!, he of heavy ,"iil'r,,ii,i thin fabric. You run iniuK'n K.c oni'e. r, ,i :,,1plr t on la a heap liner sen-iblovely possibilities this lu, de, oi.innu 'tig Is d.iintici tlimi will afford the arii-- t In iniiu she the lingseie clienoseite. whbh mud, w iilt ,,1 rod,, -of tlie sertoriul en, i, mem ml! piclly, hut verv. vi rv pet Iv.mi dtpo.'il wo!evolve rharmlng fi'o - , .f i u or c,,i y and when nris-e- d t.ll.-of 'in, n -- in biy cur a otherlawn Inset wllh medai.ion u.i bonds wise frell gown a l,li.,ggl, tl ., p, sign if ''i.il" ,f s'.-ev- e UII-- ionable. 9 There are so few modisttc straws about that one catches at any And treedily. Here's a tiny bit of a tip. When a button trimming Is necessary on a summer gown let these ornaments hn-grr- ind It' lii nl liaini-mizin- nim-nitn- COSTUMES g Yhi-d,',- fe le WHAT WOMEN ARE Fur coats ar prim Ipally broadtail, tiahy lamb nr the woman tn whom money ject. Often thee fur clonk with brocaded satin In Ihe and have collars snd cuff iara-ca- L sable fur n obare lined te shade amul-e- f never s,fi kid di-- with he, i v y I r for. The a Ml dressed oiled evening ci THINKING DOING. of f s, , ,, r - hrne . t'iijc ' Vei of ,! ti.l clove liklcic Itken l,v bul ! iiii.- f,tl !':,.le, ',1 f wnii'cn s, 'in, i , . i, ,. I, , - , f. ' i ... . ' I'l, ! II, - f fill , .its.I.il, V h.o , ,i ,ne ,. I ,11 I1', i !. t"l, - IllJ'iO K .tie Tl.v l,:;,,d I - J : n i; n n ,e- -. j Jj ,,vcr the j wadi ( i in fl.l lifo-- r tlimincd witli linn i enilir, vid- imlnc hud Hi!' i.f vtii! iv SEEN IN THE BOIS. i ., H- I ltw.. w 1 ip ep si.,, ,.i,'k and til! -- hilt has this blocked groinK of t'J, k. "i' i : homing it wni- -t is t.ipo , ollar that extend ll i and is opened no front. The -- ,lnletl eipi A r. tvinm 'mhi,,i,lli,',l m gubl .in, I v mb t I,' iv ijii.insi I he Inuuiiful white fur Fur wit mun, I weur and Ihe m uf iiinili'i'.itt I'vuiiis a hi'Miiiii 1,.' I, i coot m'M'Iic within viglu ur ion Inches ,f the b it',,, in nf the skirt is s sefe in. vest mint Eiili The Fi'ij m.j tvuvn n l,.,v t I in intill, 'll, e ,i- - non ve i iv ", v , ii'iiii ,,f Hi,' u .i,. :'"v - tv tel. ; ' i. w,-i- to fit fn i hi- jin- iri.i in,..! The Kit K ! . vt'i.biv iu.i -- -- :t "' n,.i, in., with '1 .uv .I'll.' I'l, 111 11 in have fj.',li,,,in ti.i. ( f- - .in I', mi, i,, i v , , Ilffl, cr uf '. i,'i'i;fel; 111, t'J He suit, - f"t i t :1V, ,r n SAYING. ,1 disiK'i inui-- AND l:iilnrv - , . s TO BE diw's-mfik- TIES IN PLAIDS AND STRIPES. Cravats and ties are now exceedingly chic end becoming. The most fashionable collar of the moment Is the high turnover. Hut the newest feature Is not so much the collar es the tie. Ties In every shade and design of plaids and stripes are seen at all the fashionable shops. The lies are made to lit the collars and to accord with their atyle ts a large extent. With an embroidered collar, a high turnover, were shown bows of Btror-dlo- n plaited mull and tine linen. These were plain white or polka dotted In black anil colors. These bows were also made of three pieces of lawn accordion plaited and trimmed with lace, bound together by a knot In the center. The white embroidered collars In linen are also worn with very large made-u- p bows of Roman striped silk, witli of 4he Roman silk and Hcotch plaids and with quaint small bows of narrow striped ribbon mad with four loops, no ends and two knot. There are also plaited satin stock of white with the lower part of plaid or striped silk, ending In a four-i- n hind or Windsor lie. Other plaited whit satin storks have the lower part ( plaid silk ending In a flat pair of crowed ends In front. Again the plaid silk Is used for the upper part of the stock, and the lower part ts made up of plain silk, u 1th the crossed tabs or a tn front. four-in-han- ds -- four-in-ha- ma-l.n- mitli- : . - SOON as. til fashion of supply has an unplnn-an- t giving out al the wrong moment. Humiliailng as such an admission may he. the liinis I have given concerning the summer wunlrnbe Is all my stock in t re cle for the moment. But If fads and fancies arc it Is reassuring to note the fact that clothes generally at lelng brought to the height of u line art. We ore getting learned in Mlhnuetle and texture and color ami nil the subtleties that decree the suitability uf a decoration to a tcilal. or the uiHteriul tn a decoration and the suitability of one lace to an- ol her or laces to fsbrh end the relation of color to texture. Now all this snunii very learned, and perhaps be- aiise of Its intrlcarr the learned wo- - man with learned letters after her name la not despising the time spent on mere clothes. Hhe has found out the slgnlflcance and Interest of dress. The appearance of the learned lady used to be a misfortune tn herself and to others. Hhn wore skirts that hung six ways for Sunday, clodltoppei-ImmRm and tinpoKsiltl hats which mails her a laughing gtock. .Vow the wider learning and the better preparatory preparation In the hcIkhiIs enable tier to take her university life more easily, so the girl graduate has hulled her big boots, dresses her hair In the prevailing mode and selects her tailor and with care. And who knows bill what the girl whose hair you think so rharmlng as you see her sitting In front of you at the theater may have some awe Inspiring hieroglyphics In the rear of her attractive little head. But when she puts on a fetching hit I from the Rue de la Patx, well, you bv her still with all her unromfortahli CATHERINE TALBOT. learning. ". 1, , ijiitl ii.scT I'uoir i, I lit, lui ci:,- I.I mb'! ! 'n S'iV .ini i'i- M vieb'i, 'Ml b! liei of Kline . ' S'". : .i- i.,.-..- . almost to the bell line, and the entire , ap- - Is edge, I with bice or a! raffle nf ihe nialerlaL The nnk Is u ruin,1 1, itch affair. Indeed tminy of these dresses nre ul wlih 1 mu-di- I, "hghMy uv neiti. snd Kii'ii"grihrr in Manila, line uf hem. luii.'inu i Alej- - ha breutue h leicur.ii-lipcr.ilor. H'fnve the Ameri, can there were- no business opt"-- iiiiint, k for these iintive vv uneii. Kl. v iil'e nnd Mu table decMratbrn .iM,l ib'il, ,n i, f,r Washington's Birth . - .tii.l teas can be ti inle nt ilny liunie P'iie extne If hnusou ive 'mi,,,' .'.tiithinir ubout fancy cm, king in ,.c i.ui'u.s or hw to lix up ar- I i - ! -- fr Mstic bffxs and favors for ornamcn-- t iip'ii. Saddle muffs ure new and prpular. The muff pr,--is not so large, but the fur cn one side hung flat nnd squara or rbe flat w iih rounded corners like a sudille blanket. Sometimes the flat li...ici!'g t ml i fitiislusl witli a tall fringe. Kunoilmes with a frill of lace. F. A. Krupf . widow of the great , ii'iii'uukei'. ivciv'd frem the Her 'u ii.-j- This Is the day when every worn must have an evening coat. It may be of fur, of broadcloth, of velvet of of net. of lace, of almost anything. in fact but a coat she mul bn-galin- e. hare. man emperor the decoration 1 t',p Wilhelm order. No woman before bef had ever obtained the decoration. Coral is rutning back. It never tranY went out among the extremely yotwY-bu- t now even belies of several to say nothing of debutantes and a1" girls, betray fop ness for It. A number of Philadelphia srW women have organised a motor cluta Mr. Joseph J. Martin ia president.