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' THE SUM, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1916. '
WHAT TO CHOOSE OR
A frock of blue and white serge
Br ELEANOR HOYT BRAINERD. '
SOME dj , n the optimist con- j
tend!-, theie will be senshote '
weather. When It comes there)
will he no excuse fur the woman i
Who It not leady for It She ha ii.ul
plenty of time to piepnre her waul- '
roba and a gieat vmirty of rhaMningt
thing from which to choose.
Whll she choose is. of course, de
termined largely by the partleulat '
pet upon tht senshnt whete she e
pacts to spend her time, for thete
a wide range of t'ilin.ite between H.ir
Harbor and Cipe Mnv or Virginia
Reach, lu' certain things ate to lie '
taken Into account In planning any '
MUhorn outtlt. and the woman who
liaa not an unlimited supplv of frock I
ttnd a maid to Keep thm looking fiesh
Will do well to consider these tltitiu
Dampness st the shore teduce cei- ,
tain type of ftoeks to limp and i
drabbled forlornn in ' astonishingly
akart time, mid the canny woman ol h
few frocks Will, If going til tin- alitor.'
plan those few ficrks vv.ih n view to
their damp ie'i'in'.' o ml t.es lieVc
ebla ttllle dunce flocks Hie lii.f for llel
and airy muslin day riotk leuvr hrt
Itnenthuslastic. tin., rgh sue may feet
that h tir.in a few of them
The puit clothes of tli ",1-iiti an
excellent for her puipoe. Iietter by
far than the l,nns mill ttih flock of
xesteryrur Silk .ieise.v, woo. leisev.
ail the popti.Ji light weight woollen
and silk jioit niateiiiil keep Unit 1
shape and freshm well, ami no lo !
not wrinkle lendllv flood looking i
whit tub skill w "li -iiih i T sweater
or ay sports roit and wh.te tgc
klrts ale m h!u.iIiI- mid ti.e spoils
frocks of he.tvv wlire or slilpe.l tub
Ilk are ptnoural too.
We "lull i-e thousands of bright '
striped ikiit on the n-.irlv too
many to sun t in t.i.-tiil.ni" ununii
but wnii1 of th'in .ne er attractive
pd In heals rot ton' ot x.lk Isevood
r-lc. An unromiiiniih neit n-
tome, hf-ins inaiU- in a npular ill"-'
maklns i.,.I'Ii."1iiiiim)I ami liilended .
for wear at a Lone Inland -hoi- n-
aort, had a kltt of uriped Mlk in one
of the tuor ne.uts and in veiy
lovely coloring A wide stripe of ofi
vlolPt wan hoidered on one edse ly n '
half 'n'rh stripe of hilchr io.o and
alternatH ith a wnlr str pr of deep
For wear with this kitt r;.ii n tup
pi blouse of nniv tub xllk and a
1coi, amocklllte roat of flmiri de
lna In the violet of the ."kill (.tripe,
grilled loo,eiy witli ro'ie ntlk. Thete'
vu nothing commonplace about tliln ,
broaU itrlpcd ekitt costume, and a tit
COMFORT THE KEYNOTE
OF THE GUEST ROOM
ONCE upon a time the guest mom
of tha home occupied h very
amall portion of the hnuse
kMptr'i thoughts and the odds and
anda not wanted elsewhere were sent
there. Nowadays it Is the room which
la to be furnished carefully, and cher
and hospitality are Its chief assets.
If possible It should have a southern
aapaet, thou it h It Is unwise to sacrifice
tha eomfort of members of the house
hold In order that the nccrislunal guest
hould he comfortable '
A cool looklmc ptettlly tloweied
ehlntz wall paper may bn used if the
room has a sotitheiti aspect or a watm
S'ellOW or KngllHh Idi'd of paindlsr do '
alsn If it has a noi"het outlool, Tim
laat paper is eHjiei.lullj lovel) nml Hie ,
coloring Is so ilch and the ileslmi so
good that plenties muy be pattiaily
or wholly dispensed with If desired
Or there, might be one of the William
Morris patterns In a deep orange if
aomethlnK more bizarre Is prrferied
TODAY'S BEAUTY TALK
You can make n delightful sham
poo with very little i-fToit nml for u
vary tri(lin(r cost, if you get from
?our drugrgist a packuKc of can
hrox und dissolve a teaspoonful in
a cup of hot water. Your shampoo
it now ready. Ju?t puur a little at
a time on the scalp and i uh briskly.
Thi creates an aluintlnncc of thick,
white lather that Ihotmichly (lis
Rolves and removes thu dandniff, ex
eaas oil antl dirt. After rinsing-. th
hair dries quickly, with a fluftiness
that makaa it item heavier than it
lav Mi4 takes on a rich luster and a
MfllMi tkat makaa arranirinr it a
and one of braided pink linen.
le Marching and thouKht will mak"
ponnibie other variations aa attractive,
Th velout d lain or vicuna top
coat in beautiful tone" of rose, blue,
M-lluw ftraen. Ac, which ata popular
for nil sport Kear, are tatiafactoiy
Karmenta for a teashutc t Jiobe. ami
theie are. some big rapes of httn
Mt-ige that aeem particularly suited to
id. ore ptirpoaeii One or two aood tm-
potted models of thlx kind, lont; and
Kttra vacantly full at bottom, have hip
rollars of dark blue.
White ere In a ttadltlonal ea
hore material and the tradition ho!d,
I'liMllie It has roniinon sense and (tood
taste behind It A tine French serae
In white i h litWul a roatttme or
!tor!; a one can hae for cold day
such are bound to be mny at anv
coast ri'fort and m.tnaftes to look UrIii
ind oimmerllke without belntt pi one
This Hunimer thete are quantities of
Kood looklllK things ,li white ,eiKe,
.iiMioiikIi the sports sllk and woollens
hae rut a little Into the pioMnce of
'he white serf; coat suit. The modish
wli.te seixr runt ll iti. own place
however, and cjn be worn whet, a gay
ott rost'tlnv noiitil be out of pl.u e.
. fits Jnto tunay spotts piltposrs co
A rlever model sketched foi this
P.ikh had a rollar, ruffs and nariou
la It of dark b lie a oinblnation better
liked than black and white this
eon Thete a J.it a little wlrte
rold enlirolder on the uit alo the
Mtmlcelll embroldei y that 'n rord nd
l to- Miutache has h-u revved bv the
This inihi onlei y '. found upon
liianv of the seme mode. and Upon
lie. lilirli even rh.ffim A el
Kllir.MIlK looklllK llioip.) orlx.liated 111
ilnen lull of'eil i opd in due "!; ha
Hlie of the stra'Sllt iOIIK ItUsiiHIl
porks 1 1 1 a t iii kii ,inn barl. into
tiiMH' ieiliHpi. as a piotcsl ii.h1ii-i the
'tiir.uit and bt'lowlni! and waist r
ri nl lie modes Hk skirt Is plalin) ns
le u manr of the 'lliiislil line
flocks, und Is iintriintned , bm the
-mock Is hoideied natrowly b) eitni
in 'li iiattetn In fine soutache and the
ollar and h'lue outlandlnir pockets
lie nu'.te cnveied bv the embiolder
A scarf Kltdle Is knotted In front, but
iti es not dtnw the smoi k In enouph to i
break t h- straight l.ne.
This Russian amock idea Is vs.
tjoiisly treated, and not always aie the
wislons straight of silhouette Theie
,s the white pence whose plcturlns
k preienteil heie. a frock copied fot
a well known New York woman from
in oi'islndl dark blue srrse modrt em
broidered In tracery of dull silver
The. dark blue frock Itself was tie.
ir.endously modish, hut the copy em
broidered In fine white cord was qulto
"Two things In a bi-drcom are im
portant," says a house decorator. "
table at the head of the bed and h
lounging- chair "
She did not specify a guest room
as requiring these particular featute?,
but there Is no room where they will
be more eagerly welcomed. Then u
lounging chair or h choice lounge, if
one can alford it, Is the acme ot eoni
fott In a bedroom and saves mussing1
up tha bed when one wiinls only to
take a nap or rest for a few moments.
Only secondary to the last two named
articles of furniture In point of com
fort Is a bookcase or ahelf or a row
of shelves with itMlly nrcessary ami
eiijuvablr luniks, such as a chauru
guest inislll like to lend. 'Tut your
self In Ills place" is a jjuud lent to te
niemhtr in fill nlslnng u Kiirat room
A low table suitable for Hewing or
i tailing' at night id necessary and upon
It l heir should be u kit of sewing mil
trtkils, impel' knife, tending light,
mine late magHr.lnes, a rending glass,
and on the amull table beside (he be,
a candlestick and mutches. If (held
In po writing desk for the guest room
a writing table may be Inexpenskely
arranged A cheap pin table ennui-
tiled while- and Ihr tup rnvrled nltilj
h big blotting pad of the color of thu
loom nnsweis the purpose very well
In the drawer should be telegraph
blanks, house paper, a box of elustlo
bands, baggage tags, a pad and pencil
and two or three styles of pens. Time
tables and a mall schedule aie alio
convenient to have. A cracker Jar, n
Iharnirfs bottle and an lnrtlvldo.il
breakfast set are desirable III the event
of the guest's want'llg a bite between
meals. The main Idea is cnmfoit first,
last and all the time for the thin
that endeats a place In the hiemnrv
will not he the color scheme or ihn
wall paper or the lovely view, but tna
convenience. These, thinga lacking, no
amount of artlatlo beauty in color or
form will en "flea t take their plaoa.
C ' c
ocason s oports viotnes, ana tne Deacnes win De
Striped Skirts and the Always Useful White
A cape and skirt of white serge
ae s:iccseful. The straight plaited
sk.rt below the flaring one p'ece tunic
cutvitis In at the waist line, save a
Mlluniette very different from that of
the !cp.e straight Ititshlan models, ,1n,i
on a good name the line would be
Some .launtv and comfortable whiu
ictse suits of distinctly youthful char
acter are made with, plaited skirts the
OVI.R In Kngland war made even i
Sirs. Kmmeline Pankhurst drop I
her pajsilonate Rtriiggle for the1
vote and turn her strength and
that of her orarnnlaitlon to work for
the soldiers and refugees. American
suffragists aren't stopping their efforts'
for the cause juwt yet, but the possi
bility of war with Mexico Is certainly
muklng them mighty quiet Mrs.
Carrie Chapman Catt's promised drive
on CongTess has not taken Place, or If
It did It failed to got Into the Wash
ington despatches, and Miss Alice Caul,
heud of the Congressional Union for
Woman Suffmge, Instead of ordering
out her lobbyists anil speakers to make
the DeniisT.'Us pass the Hiisjii H. An
thony constitutional amendment, ha a
nut been heard to peep for ever so'
The various votes for women head- j
iliiiirli'iH In New Vol k aie now peuce
i'til sleepy places, whem a .itetiographei I
looks up from it iiinel and says. "Uh,
es, everybody Is out Just al pfe.eiit,
l ul they're working leal hard sending
nut literature, only they're not doing
much that Is spectacular "
.Mrs. Kdward Van YAW, who haa un
dertaken part of the organisation work
'or the New York city Woman Hiiffinge
putly, says frankly thai It's the wise
thing for suffragists to lie low Just
lion It's nil ery well In lug-iio lhal
theie's nothing mine vital than I he
infranrhlseiiienl of one. half Hie pen
pie, but wiieii a tornado sneeps along,
or evi'ii a liatlstmm, the farmer has to
Ves, relief wotk Is the tsst- of women
now. And thej're taking It up nobly.
Timi new idief societies weir born
within the past ek At le'isi (he,
National 'atriotlc llellef i'ommlit'c.
l eaded in Miss Maude Wetmoie and
a group of rcpieteniatlv women ftom
wirloiis organisations, is new, and ilie
Woman's Committee of the Ametlran
rfenca Society, whoaa ehaJrnvin la i
Mra. William Cummlaf or.v, by drop
plnr preparednea work and devoting!
of the Delectable
with a dark blue collar, a 'frock of white serge embroidered
suit with touches of blue.
plaits Impressed and hanrln; straiaht
and with loose Irp lencth coats dar
ns v idelv from the close slmuldei ,
line, amply pocketed and collared and
held in, the nerk bt a hie soft scarf
in some fashion und full at bottom.
Other white .sriKe moilclh of mote
formal cut have the long coat sc.
veiel talloted fitted In sllchtly at the
waist and wide at the bottom, and
ACTIVITIES OF THE WOMEN'S CLUBS
luelf io aiding wives of gu.it dsmen,
traklnr war supplies and gathering
ronifurts to send in the bo.s in Mr.
Ico, is prartrcnily a new body, doing
rellf f liirflrid of propaganda work. And
they and all thu other women's relief
socltles are at It conscientiously
The National Fatrlotlc llellef Soriet.v
Is doing a ery sensible thing. Firry
bod who had much to do with relief
work in Kuropc during this war knows
that often thlncs wem sent ntir ttmr..
that weren't needed, that often them
was duplication, that lots of well
meant effort was wasted Just because,
folks anxious to help rushed in with
out llnillrig out conditions. The. N, 1'.
It. S, Is going to iivold this In Mexico
.Mis, Alice McKay Kelly, who knows
Hie tropics thoroughly because she
spent sixteen .wins In the Philippines,
working pint of the time iimoiig the
nutlves for the Government, and wlui
also knows Texas and the Mexican
border, having lived there, s the so
clety'e Held secretary, and she !h start
Ing Immediately for the border to llml
out what ought to be done. She will
trawl a rou ml their, ami observe things
und If soldiers need lotion for mosipillo
bites mure llliltl lhe need rlguti llri
she'll wiun the society, itiid It nnd its
blanches will net liccui'dinuh She'll
find out wheie tefugees ure in urnl
unit wlui! they need and If geiieroin
peisons will go to Hie Informntloii
biiieau of the N p It. H. at 10.1 West
Fortieth stteet thev can find out lioW
their pennies can do the most good
The N. P. It S, Is going to hnvij
branches In every State, has Ihem In
twent-sl now. It is so new that It
hasn't (lone much ei bin it Is geiumr
the machinery tendv nl' right, and if
war res II v romes It mil be rlahl Up if,
There ate a number of heroine
down on the border that no one hears
much about. Take tha woman who
happened to ha in the telegraph office
FOR THE SEASIDE WARDROBE
Tulle Frocks, Is
r . . .i ixr;ii n
there ate Innumerable versions of i,,n
belted N'orfolk tvpe slinish'. rloseK
belted loosely brltcil but a'l bc!!e,l
In some fashion and full tit bottom
f o,i froi'ks of while si;p w (h
iimillated bolero or lori; Mra-.ch! coat
effect are shown in white rire as in
dirk blue aerire. and the om. pine
straight line blue .erco frm k of th
spring tthlch was npnnsoicd l jeeriu
in I'nlumhiis, N , nbn ts- r.i'd
It wasn t till sftrmard lint it
realire,! tow much was due m the
person In that office, who had the wit
to keep It tinllghted so the Mexicans
rtldn'l spot It and the courage to stay
there sending messages for help. And
how niiiny people know that the pet sou
was a woman, a young woman, and
that she hut! her baby with her thcio
nnd held it in Iter in ma even ns she
handled the telegtaph ke '.' Hut so It
whs. Mrs. Kelly says their are no end
of stories like this down there and
Hhe expects to gnther up some of tlirm.
Mrs, Oliver Harrlman is going to
Inaugurate teas for the soldiers, No,
she Isn't meaning to serve the soldiets
with tea She will gi e a pay n ou
enter ten t her home In White Plains,
llldgelrlgh House, In the hope of rais
ing relief funds. You jaw up '.' when
you go In ntul thru can eat and drink
as much as you llkr Mrs Uiirriniaii
wants other wealthy women to do
something of the same kind. If she
realizes a suftlclent sum she will send
')uiig men to Plattsburg w ith It men
Who could not olherMlse ntfoul to go
l.oiai olllcinl.s. p!Mii'!ia!s. Iimi In i-
units Arc. who air u cpai ,ug i i
make tills Week" one glad, Jiiliius iiiiel
liiiual Jag loi Ihr (iu.tmn r so In
strnctoiK of o nt It who ni c gathering
heiH from nil part a of the country ami
also fiotn foiclgu pints, foi the con
vention of the National KduiMtluti As
sociation, ale ciiiefullv avoiding two
mistakes tli.it the New Vmk club
women nmrie when geitlng readv for
the i ronit biennial r un entlon of tin
Uetieral Friler.ition of Women I'lul.s
They have elected a lug. b,g s .nml'iu
hoard In Madison Siiu.iie (i.inlct
whfe most of tile -eson v II lie
held, and are testing li to nuke sine
that the agony of sluing thmngh pin-
reeding Inaudible to the fathering,
as the clubwomen did nt the Seventh
Conquered by This
n..- i- 7!-i
with gold and a white serge
of the l'tench bniis and found lesdv
ncceptance here echoed 111 wihtte for
tnidsutiinvr md rail, autumn wear.
These fro-k.s are not fot evcrv woman,
bi t thev look ecocd,nK' nll on the
v.e.irrr whom thev Milt and am often
0 the plauo-si rh.iracli'i . (hooch In
t! e matter of line tlie are rxactliiK,
n. id unless rrv well nit they lose all
neswient Armor" will no' be vlte-l
ou their delrgTles Second tbev have
as.ured the teachers of tar rountry
that New York Is a very harmless an'
virtuous placo and that tinattenilei
tescliits are perfecllj safe In coming
here end going about the street hi
night If they ilmn.r
it will be remembered ',nm. bv thoe
who receird them an-wav. that the
locul blontilnl board in ulril to club
women nil over the eoimttv before thu
convention, little mauve leaflets telling
them that New Yotk was n place In
which thr.v must never sprak id
.strangers and must obsetvc the ut.
most caution when going about oi
they might be cxpusril to unplcasunt
ness or even danger. This leaflet didn't
seem to frighten the rural delegates
but It did make some of thrill .i b,t
prrvrd Mild was mljiulgril to be n sail
libel oil poor old Father Knickerbocker.
The hospilulitv committee of the S" 1 1.
A is tlll't'efofr sending OUt 'I diffclellt
pn line of the old gentleman
A woman who lecrnlly died, Anna
l,oiilso Cuiy, left 'J.M) uf her nullify
to her friend F.llabeth Morrison or
ciiinlltion Unit the, latter tulle the de
intent's old dug tutu her home at I'
MonilngsjilH lrive und rate fm it dur
ing the lemalnihr of its hfe. A
tlunlier who was railed the oihei day
i to Mi'Vii ii w ith Ills ifgiiin ni shot hla
llioise, dog ami m lather limn lum;
I llielll flleydless. So there air miiho
. people who .IP' true to their li'Spollsl
' bdlly to the inilmiils of which Ihr;'
'have nssutiU'il the care, but their aio
-till loo manv who go awav m enjoy
1 themselves in ilp. sinniiirr and leuvn
thr fatllllv cat to shift for l.self on
perpe1 i.ii leap vent : I . i) -1 1 ti I
'ran I I'V tie hi ill, urn eieinp,,i., ,.,ii s
' inlili'ess reccitlv made al '.e Imvu
i State gtiruhuial College bv l -it
Tina A Hawk the only woman sin
I dent of blarksmlthlng at that InstltU
I tlon. Miss Hawk chose for her sub-
A frock of flowered voile with blue silk bodice and oue o
biscuit silk with
A slightly fitted model sliilloil nt the
alst, tlioiiKh not drawn In tlchtlv,
is nioio becomlnK to the averaKB
woman, and of this type thero nre
many examples (n white serse, thoiiBl.
the tendency Is, as with blue serse, to
combine) the serse with other material.
This detracts ftom the. Informal,
sportsllke character of a whlto serge,
but makes a frock more comfortable
on warm davs a'ld often dressy
t-noiiKh for any daytime occasion.
White taffeta, white, eatjn, white
rieorjtette, white chiffon cloth, w hlto
voile, white crepo de, chine all nr
used for micli combinations, and In
tht ns nihdM famtllnr tluouRh the
hosts of blue frocks on the satm; order.
Whero the frork Is to keep its Infor
mal air yet make a compromise for
coolness sake the skirt Is sometimes
entirely of the whito scree; and a very
simple, loose bodice of the set go Is
made sleeveless and opens deeply In
front to show a lotu.- flees td under
blouse of ftno batlsto or fieorsette or
other sheer, cool material. A blK col
lar of the under blouse falls back over
the serRO bodice, and the whole effect
Is cood. especially If the under blou-io
Is one of the, exquisitely dainty hand
nude models, lucked, hemstitched,
A pood looking- frock of this class
has. Its, serge skirt faced under Its
tdr, with very narrow coral pink rlb
lion. Its narrow serge girdle winding
t"-'ce about the waist and tylni; loosely
low In front, and Its oien fronts faced
In the Biimo way. and the batiste
blouse, crenmv to match the serge, Is
frilled In front and at the wrls-ts, each
frill narrow hemmed in coral.
This notion Of faclnt; skirt bottoms
and edges by a line of narrow bright
colored ribbon has found much favor
and often gives a nolo of stnaitness
and gavetv unite out of proportion to
th effort ami espens. entailed. A
civ narrow l.ne of brlqht minted rib
bon set on th outside edge of th
slur' bottom nppenttd In several of
the dark coloted spm.j models from
Paris and that idea Is iil-o used on
some of th nh te i!i:s. th nanow
line of color often lfirc g.en "u ruffs
and collar nml poche s h we'l as to
Not all of t''e wb"e "Iiih cotnbltn
t.ons ate nrhievml w Hi sheer s'utf or
silk A iph good looking French
flock 'o w 'tte and dark bl.ie i-r;"
'is nsp red , annus e.periineiii s with
tt ef... two niatcriaW and soniy of the
. sill's IriMi been i"V sniisfnrorr
The frock of our sketch in white and
blue bad a mmlis'i 'ool; und was sim
ple enoug i n con"t i ii'Uon 'o bo easily
White fcri ni'd ep'ored cli'fTon
cloth or CJeni got-e ate put tocetber in
si-me case", and with or-rii effert
but such problem- lerintte rr rare,
flit hnndltri Fowdei blue liro qeife
In bodice ai.d full "kitt top. l.. i,u
embroldei cd veinucid'i de-u'of
while cord, all the 'mc patt of the
).,.t 'TV'" should Tomn rf"
' poe" ' and dp"" hr p"'p'i i-om
wtb a'l tb tigoi ih bf- ecriU. in
haminerltis red bnt jron Into rtinp t i
li. o Kdward P'llatnv In his
"te-wikuic nnckward" painted hll Ivmu
1 1 f u I sfs-lalletlc dreitn of the. future
t tinned wntlieu asking the injl
' thev loved to tnnrre tbtn as iiHturatly
nnd fr.inklv a men ask women -
mote ro reallv. f.a men do funk that
j sort of tiling ilie.ulfullv "lmoking
' lkickwnni ' bnwevr was tut n fur
' olf vision Hut this Mhs ll.uvk
I NTO I TS OW
'y "I! bandbox has come Into its own
I again In uldeu days It was a
thing of beauty. A rev.viil ot
Its beauty is our of the latest fads, at.il
this levlvul prrsi iits it In f.isi Inatitut
The new f.nicv iiandlMixes come In a
bewildering v.ulit). 'i'liry huvii In
eommoii the eatilboai'il foundation. It
s in the dri iitatitig ot the found itloii
that thr varletv lies i Hie model eov -iTi'd
Willi rlaliOI'.llrl.i hlllttcd l.ivriuler
t.ifl'rta sill. IhiiiiuI over thr shltrlnrs
villi old silver htiml ami lattuul nv-r
the iiivcr with thr luaid is mi ittr.u'
tivr exaillph The . ovel i olds air of
old silver like the bi.uil. and mi in
Inaiv silveiy ta.sels
Another moilrl In siiiried me eo'
ni nl saim is n inline,: with tows ef
ll.l now gold hue npluled in i use I" A
I The vogue for black and wll 'e as.
sirts ,s,.f willl tellitn; efieet in band-1
I i. us, il-M-iii ni Ion i mi- inn, I v i ,
II II 1' pi tl'i I V ,-iii ie, w h.l I I ill . ' ,i I -
li i i!.- .ii I w . e.n.i in. .,
I'licU vilvel il n '.i-lin-'il i ,,'.'
box Ilia, k sill, i,ii . mi.: "in- ' .
mininc of i is-1 bbnn and dangle fiien
I ihn black silk sl,er colds.
I The boxes may be oval or sn,nsre A
large Dluc ngures.
tUirt of untrlinuu'il white jer n .1,
bands of wlilte setge on the lone fla-
i.ig sleeves, a cape collar arrangmpt
of the serge nnd a loose coat of i
terge falling down well over the Mrsi
, skirt section thet Is one well krel
, dressmaker's version of the oo!"tm
I chiffon ntul white serge costimrv
j there arn many others.
' The seahore wardtobe I" not
of while serge, though monthm (
useful material lends ono lino a Is-
digression. Manv of the silks are v
useful in surh a wardr'obr and new nr
Interesting models arn stiu appear,'!
In radiums nnd other cool servWv
silks. A plcturcrViue yet slmpls
, stance of successful designing In tkj
' line Is a fiock pictured In one of o.r
cuts, but ns the color and design e'
the silk formed tho frock's chief c.:i-i
to originality and charm a blick srd
j white sketch altogether falls to con
vty tho Imprestlon.
The soft lustrous stuff hint an tv.
ground- deep !vory--nnd on ts
ground were scattered very Isrts,
qtllto eeparato tlgures In a brigh' f
soft and romevvhiit deep blue I'e'-.ci
nnd trxturn wt-ro tiniistril and 1m't
and tho gown was simple enough
give tho silk Its full honors, thvK-s
clever touches on slem e and s'rf t
bottom ptuvej that tho designer mi
lined liimsc'f to simplicity not b"ia'
1 he was Inc.ipabic of Pther t h Iticsi, u it
becauso bo was an nrtlst.
Th soft yellow ed tone which ty
'want of a mote dr-crlptlve word ,
have railed ivory Is much in evid-',
this summer. Oim sees it in srn,
In muslins. In linens, )n lacrs us ia v
white, and it Is not only lovrlv
In many lnstantry much more h i-n-Inc
I The bouffant and cnn'iettish ve i
frock Illustrated to-dav had '1 -
, lowed tnn in the pet and lace i
Middles top and -n the grruind i'
1 Powered oie kin on w. ici '
souls :n ina'iv soft colors weie '
tete,l 'fiie n.itr.er bluo taffeta
odd boiler friuit was natiiiw i '
in ole; nml lose nml t! in
though seivu cable enough for
wear even in a damp climate
look of treat ,11". pes
Vo.los, by thu wir -.vtite no "
fill;--are being used mote tear
season signs iinl-e.-iieil nr.! tho
gandv and hut.ste i-c dnajer
Frenrh bent mini Hir.aM
summer fro,ks m offereii m t r
ion voles wl ei the niiiiuifie
hnve suppled in b" i l.ful dCSige 1
ni in'iuv new tat-iv wcav'es fti-
voiles In ih's faticv weaves at
Mireeisf nil.- loiiiliiuert vvrh e"
lineus. nml cottons, nml the floe '
these fanev one color cotton vo -wtf'e,
Iv nt" mid llesh pink are
by some of Hi e most rxr'usive
makers for dcreilile, sunp k 4
iniiiln blouses, tiuninert ontv f '
fillls Ttiev pre almost i n
rlnflon oi lir-'Tgetto ntul v r r t l
launder atonlsiiitily veil
oh. nmi of dli e omen pu- tt n f-
I K i li n Iv i,.e n t le." - t
flit Of le l,... , fr -t't.
bn mi :ei ii,i i 1 1. 1 k
spee.-h, will, b riA in.ili.-'
stenographer nvri i.i- t i !-
ene.urngs. t.tl.r .,mn t
r.iri't f.e lio-- if llifr tr pn --
Justice '.ii the nor', tb' rr '
busins'rs citt (rn r.n bi':4 t s
i sided thing P if now
! Titer" Is Inn one cspi ' t
her pofllloii frtr piv-. mi
votes the I .tier p'lrt of I,- .
pleee Io pi.o-nc tint 11 ri-.
llltrly tin re'i.so i w'.v a', i1
woman shuldn suppir' ' -
I If it See Ills l'l st Well I .... -I
! " l'snt inns in nt; i iniu '
' harming oval box .ei'
smoothly put on raw ,s i n
brown tone It is de. ritr,
eral gav lltth. iv al t'l, '.ti-
teau subjects framed w."1 i.l '
Wall paper rspe. .,i'.l , ,n I
signs, is iniu h use, i f. - tiarf
tho pl iln box Into the pu -tv n''t
desired by the woman vv I u 1 i f
- i I
appointments of her
Ih eh, inning. I'h.n.
IIhciI. I Mir woman I. as
bandboxes made in
the h. li. glims of I , r i
Whir i I'ibon.s .ii i i t .
of i out i,i ho.il ' .
Tlie.v tie in n lug I ov
nttiaetiv e ui the , . i
The wiun W till in I
ev e for dei oi ,ii i. . r .
pletlv buses foi !
l l suit She 1 1 1 1 1 t I,' v
nentlv , In! . w .'h fi v
m.i'ei al- used fm !
lie o l, , oil t .e i
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von r f. uiiil.!' ii
r.ooil fit Ul oi e