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' J flew Decrees From Fashion's Acknowledged Center j
; j ; Tr H.bia ARIS, July 30. The smart Pu-
I , Iji jui tT rlsinns this aummer are. so
( tj devoted to the Yaryliyr fascl-
I ij nations oC the Boltf do Bou-
, j', j) logne that they have been loath to tear
I .jj themselves away from Paris and this
i !) attractive garden spot of the Ville Iai-
!i i(j mlcre. There hag been a great deal
ijjj joiner on in the social world this week,
jfj although a number of hostesses have
J 'I announced their departures for Trou-
' it :j ville and the country to Join house
I , jjil parties, which form of amusement con-
! , stltutes every year a part of the pro-
';) gramme of the fashionable woman,
if i Quite the prettiest fete of the season
! was tlio children's gymkhana given
i, M ' yesterday at tho polo grounds. This
' smart function was got up ostensibly
I'f i lor uic pleasure ot uic ciiuurcn, uui i
, j'J must be admitted that the grownur.
' ) guests were very much in evidence and
, ,U enjoyed tho fun Immensely. Pretty
1 1 ' young mothers were gowned In theli
' J most stunning creations, and the occa-
f j slon took on quite the appearance ol
' lijl the jicsagc at Auteull on a field day.
j; I The tots themselves were charmingly
) ijj dressed in airy musHns and embrold-
., j ered frocks, with bare arms and legs
. ' ! and huge hats of plaitpd muslin or bro-
J derle Anglaise a la Charlotte Corday
1 ' i that Is, trimmed with an immense flat
bow in front. French boys are never
j as suitably dressed as the girls, and
i, ; the small young men of tho capital
i . i were exceptionally well turned out and
very English, attired In flannel suits,
with natty little straw hats. This de-
jj parture was a welcome change from
i the Scotch sailor suits too often seen,
jl which made the boys look like monkeys
( more than anything else.
, The "flat races" for girls "were one of
I the successes of the afternoon, and the
j small daughter of tho Comtesse BonI
J de Castellano rushed first rather fran-
tj tlcally into the arms of the Judge, fol-
l'j lowed by thirty other children, who
' j! scrambled in pellmell at their own
,, j sweet will.
,! "White was worn by the mondalnes
: i more than anything else, as It has been
,i throughout the season. The American
I comtesse, gowned in a lovely toilet of
f white embroidered muslin made very
J i simply, with wide tucks around the
; i skirt and a sash of soft black foulard
6 edged with fringe, saw her daughter
win the race. A hat of white straw
, j covered with feathers was the crown-
, Ing glory of this attractive costume. A
warm shade of cerise touched up a
1 number of the smart gowns, and soft
It nnen nais uiat nave Deen such a vogue
' j 'j for country and yachting wear were
. ij donned with linen plaited skirts and
li blouse boleros. The last cry is to have
ji hat, cravat, belt and shoes match, and
I ,i when happily chosen this ensemble Is
I .1 singularly chic. The new fashion in
' shoes has been particularly noticeable
' lately. The extremely elongated toe
,' ' cap Is the elegant shape of today, and
! I , If the point becomes any sharper the
' shoes will' be subjects of the cartoon-
' ' lets' ridicule. As it is, we have to pad
' li out the toe tips with cotton to prevent
ij -the leather from cracking where the
; feet do not fill it out. The tendency of
i' modes Is all in the direction of rci'iv-
!. ;j als, and I would not be surprised If we
! ' actually copied the courtiers' pumps of
long ago when the tips Avere caught up
with golden chains to the knees. My
lady might turn up her 'oc points with
a Jeweled chain and borrow her Turk
ish sister's ankc bracelet to lipid it in
place. But surilclent unto the day Is
the cil thereof. Boots and shoes of
red have been affected by tho coquet
tish woman this summer, but they are
not generally considered good stylo!
IX j Our CUife ana Other giomeit'
, j E musings by the editor my Bo tbey
! of tbe Bronco 1 Do Tt? '
I i A Pro Bono Publico has. written to up
i asking why woman always Insists on
; climbing Into the smokers' seats in an
, open car.
! If we was like our esteemed contem-
i, ' poraries, with thought sitting qh a lone
) and solitary passenger on the rear plat-
j f, form of tho last car on a long train of
, i1 language, we would without hesitation
( pronounce that Bhe does it for the same
) f reason that she. crowds herself Into mat-
k rlmony because It makes both her and
, man unhappy,
'f' Woman Js a problem. She is equally
.1 harder and nicer to pore over and etudy
i jl than geometry, chemistry or law. In
I , 1 our young days we used to be that stu-
. dious that we hardly ever got home be-
' ' j, fore dawn. We don't remember that we
Bo't nigh to solving the problem, but we
, j acquired a good deal of reputation and
1 almost the same quantity of poverty
' jj from the pursuit.
in King Solomon arrived at the same
I .J conclusion that we did. He said that
the woman problem and horsfe racing
! ,' 'iji was both questions .hat it cost a good
. ' " .i deal of money to study and then a good
, ' .''ill guess might ake the stakes after all.
; ! Jj? Solomon ought to have knew, for he
' ,! fj ws a husband In a largo general whole-
' 1 r sale way C business, and oftentimes.
V 4 bad to look up how to spell his wife's
i ; jis ii.uuv in uie uireciorj' wnen ne wanted
li i il t0 wrte her a note from the offlce telling
l her that he was going' to bring a man
i . home to dinner.
, ' 2 We 0:10 feel a good deal for Solomon.
H' ' , ! v'e can Imagine how it must have felt
ji , , j to be the chief hen among all the mar
Hi1 1 ' ' I ' r'ed men of his time. We ourselves have
j! It1! iuBt went tnrueb the tenth anniversary
I i i ' J C our wedding to our wife and most all
1 V I " n our friends went out of their way to
. ,1 i Bhow M3 what hollow hypocrites they
l , i-' f f was y coming around and congratulat-
J I ;l j ln? us.
'J I ,K! Our wife also woke us up at dawn to
l ' , , congratulate us. We could not refrain
,t , 1 Jrm telling her that If she did It be-
i, . , cause ten years of It was over, well and
'J . ' I Kp.od. However, we do not intend to
. ! lj Pino away in silent anguish. We expect
j' .;'; to Hep. on studyipg woman. We have
I' , 1 se"1 our wife away to the country
m': where we can study her at a distance.
H (i , . The summer report that we picked out
1 ,J I for her Is as far away as we could in-
, duce her to go, and there Is only one
I lil ,: train back to this village a week
V ! , ' , , Our wife nearly drove herself and us
l)L,,1 e Pra;ve by hurrying madly for
w jj! i thr?e hours to catch the train and then
'! , j spending so much time on the platform
J i trying to make up her mind what car
,V j to get into that it went off without her
,f HI 0u,r wlfe Itft us with V3. orobtem to
I (1: iit 3 ponder over and. ulna the ofher one why
l;!r e,le made us miserable for a month
about letting her go to the countrv, only
to weep bitterly on the last day over
the thought of how happy we would be
We don't know why she does this any
more than we know why she loves to
talk secrets over the telephone, although
it Is a party wire and she is deeply Im
bued with the conviction that all thf
other subscribers listen whenever she
tries to talk over It.
We think that if a man could once
find out what it is that makes a woman
act atf she does when she gets hold of a
telephone he would also know why rhe
climbs into the smokers' seats; also why
she always remembers a lot of things
she wants to ask the ticket agent when
ever the train is in eight and fourteen
other nen are waiting In line with mad
ness and hate on their open faces. The
man who flnd3 this out will also be ablo
unerringly to pick the winner in every
When our wife gets in an elbow and
collar hold on the telephone we are or
dered down cellar to hold the, dog's
mouth shut so he can't baric
Our wife then proceeds to ask for the
wrong number. Thereafter for varying
periods of time our wife has a nice long
argument about it with the hello girl,
and as son as the girl proves to her
that she was wrong she asks for tho
He rarely responds In a tone affection
ate enough to please our wife.
If we knowed why our wife has con-
c" a ioieni naireu of the hello girl
and alms to make It a point to address
her In a freezing manner we might come
nearer to finding out also why our wife
will spend 10 cents for car fare and 14
cents for lunch and three hours In go
ing to a bargain sale of washboilers
that she dpn't want and that she could'
save 5 cents on if she happened to need
one, which she don't.
Our wife suspicions that the right way
to use the telephone is to talk and
listen at the same time. So does the wo
man at the other end of the. wire.
Juqt about the time when the other
party is telling our wife the most Inter
esting wicret of the day the telephone
gets lomomoter ataxia, and our wife
bounces downstairs and wants to kiv
what we are going to do about It And
why she married such a grinning Idiot.
So do we.
We oftentimes wish that we could In
troduce a central ofllco In our domestic
life and have our wife cut off on most of
the Joyous opcaslons when she talks to
If matrimony could bp conducted bv
telephone thers would bS a great many
less unhappy marriages, if xvas so
conducted we ourselves would muffle
our bell and never hang our receiver on
gloves is on the wane. They are su
perseded by very pale gray and light
tans worn with the modish elbow
sleeves even when the costume Is white
or of some pale nuance.
One Is rather inclined to deplore tho
passing of the white glove, for In sum
mer or winter they gave 3uch a festive
air to a somber toilet, and then femi
ninity will have no excuse for the don-
feta cowns are In tho purple shades. A
stunning little frock of this genre
which, by the way, is a boon to the
summer tourist, as It may be worn at
least a dozen times without the fact
becoming apparent-is of a soft shad
owy, purplish plum, tho jupe box plait
ed and short. The waist 13 a mass of
mauve chiffon, and a Jabot of lace ties
In at the neck with a scarf of pale blue
tasscled on the ends. This little har
mony of color Is charming and lends It
self with equal grace to the lace trim
med hat that accompanies tho gown,
which Is of mauve rice straw encircled
with a palo blue ostrich plume.
We have gone to extremes In, the
length of our ostrich feathers this sca-
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. . , . G,hc looks forward to tho hour when she shall
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ty a baby blue chip chapeau turned
up at one side to display tho curling
fascinations of ono long ostrich feather
shaded from purple to azure blue.
Nothing in the hat line could have been
more bccbmlng and smart than thl3
harmonious symphony of color tones.
And anent of harmony some one has
said that the clothes of the present aro
composed of a "little of everything
worked Into a harmonious whole." But
how picturesque and satisfying it' all
proves' Only yesterday I met a bevy
of pretty girls In a white motor car
arrayed In white muslin dresses, with
adorable frlllpd capes of the same fab
ric and muslin hats bound with ciel
blue that tied beneath the chin with
quantities of narrow blue ribbon. Save
for the modern nolo of the motor car
they might have a)l stepped out of a
Reynolds picture. So much for the pic
turesque. , Lace robes are popular over here for
dcmltollct frocks, which sort of drc3s
Is so necessary on the continent, where,
except for special occasions, evening
gowns are not worn at all. For in
formal dinner wear thp blouse is still
holding It's own, although fashion de
crees that It shall more or less corre
spond with the skirt. A varLcty of
The favorite color for dressy shoes Is
a pale fawn, neither brown nor yel
low, but a faint between tint. There
are also delightful shades of suede or
glace kid shqcs fn buff, gray and a
warm brown. Heels are lower'and Hat
ter. Quite sensible, I hear you say.
Alas, yes, but not In conjunction with
the ridiculously pointed toe. Still, how
could a shoe be rational and smart at
the same time? No; pointed toes are
thp rage, and tho heels are lower sim
ply because our Parislennes are walk
ers at present, their favorite sport
being, as they express It, "lc footing,"
and high hcplo will not be tolerated.
The digits are treated to new shades
'in coverings, and the wearing of whlto
PARISIAN MIDSEASON GOWNS.
nlng of sllghlly soiled gants. Her old
excuse In the case of tho white glove
was, "Just look, my dear, at these soil
ed gloves, and It's the second time I've
worn them!" This plea was lovely,
was convenient, but 'tis past.
It was predicted that the craze fpr
purple would be of short duration, but
the contrary seems to be the case, for
the most exclusive and swagger of taf-
son of grace, and they ' have reap
peared under the most gorgeous and
splendid conditions. They must be of
the best quality and sometimes meas
ure a yard in length. These are the
fine monster plumes at present enjoy
ing the regard of the prodigal daugh
ter. The other day Vlrot was trying on a
patron of his a delicious, blond beau-
Hght, gauzy net and lace blouses to
wear with a well made taffeta skirt Is
all that the visiting American woman
need put in her trunk for pension or
hotel dinner apparel.
Your Arnerlcan women are conceded
to be the brightest and most versatile
of talkers, and I have been wondering
If a disease called here In Paris "talkl
tls" Is a recognized malady on your
side of the pond. It is an ailment pe
culiar to unselfish, brilliant talkers
who make themselves ill looping other
people amused. Many persons realize
that they can no more talk Incessantly
than they can work continuously.
Talking all the time Is work, and hard, 1
mental work at that. Not all talking is
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wearing, of course, but good, brilliant,
witty talk certainly Is, "and It 13 the
clever, witty conversationalists who
are suffering from "talkltls," another
disease for the osteopathlsfs healing
A wag over here has said that tho
fan language of the Japs was a result
of an ancient epidemic of "talkltls."
And, by th6 -way, if the plucky little
orientals can make so much o their
fan code why does not some Inventive
genius think out a wlrqless fan teleg
raphy? The Idea even Is perfectly al
luring. Just Imagine how nice It
would be to talk across a room or at
the theater or opera without being
heard! I will sell this idea for apy
thlng It will bring, only reserving a
percentage on the receipts.
To come back once more to the sub
ject of wherewithal we shall be clothed,
I v.'puld like to describe a few frocks
Doculllet Is sending off to Trouvllle to
be worn by a charming client of his..
A pretty little black taffeta claims
first attention. The skirt Is gathered
and ornamented with bias stitched
bands of the same silk. Between tho
upper bands Is a full puffing of taffeta.
The corsage is banded and puffed
around an emplecement of ochcr gui
pure. Tho other creation Is of white
taffeUi, the Jupe made with flounced
bands of silk between an entredeux of
oyster white lacp. A vest of guipure
trimmed with bows is the bodice adorn
ment. CATHERINE TALBOT.
Monkn "Who "Wear Carl Pnpcrii,
The finest choir in the world Is that
of the Cathedral of Alexander Nevskl
In St. Petersburg, which is attached to
a convent built In honor of the patron
saint of Russia.
There arp about thirty choristers, all
of whom are monks, who have been
chosen from among the best singers In
the various monasteries throughout the
When, as sometimes happens, a spe
cially good voice Is found among the
novices, the owner of It Is sent to the
monastery of Alexander Nevskl, and
there he receives as careful a training
as would be given to aji opera alnger.
Afterward he remains at the monas
tery, and his sole duty consists in as
sisting at the music at the mass and at
"When old age comes the monk retires
with a pension.
The power and sweetness of some of
the voices are perfectly marvelous, and
It Is stated that some of the members
of the choir can break a thin glass Into
fragments by singing into it, so strong
are the vibrations of their tones.
All the monks are vegetarians, and.
In accordance with the rules of their
church, they wear their hair long , and
Unlike the generality of Russian
monks, they are very fastidious about
their appearance and, indeed, arc quite
dandles In their way, actually putting
their hair and beards Into papers at
night to make them curly and wavy.
A Slllc Contll Petticoat.
Some dainty petticoats of silk coutil
represent a new departure on the part
of Dame Fashion. They arc infinitely
more useful than those In the ordinary
glace and taffptaq, a charming example
In pale pink being made with a deep
flounce composed of a latticework of
tiny tucks outlined -Ith lace insertion
describing a diamond, pattern. Tho
skirt Js adorned with double frills of
chiffon at the feet, which supplies suffi
The Smnrt Hoot.
Gray doeskin boots and shoes are
among the most fashionable Items of
the toilet at present
LACE blouses otTM
&ehl of modfi,klfiM
' The blouse Ulnm .!H
de of dalntlne, SS2fM
sols net with emSj M
spots. The yoke 5 SS-M
fancy stitching andwS
tifs of Venetian lace.
cut stole fashion an.4 doLS
motifs of lace at the bawfiB
bow sleeves are tucked ?'m M
lace Insertion .and flnlaheifiW
torn with twined satin rlbfcS
of ribbon with, knotted endififl
down the front forms the ci&B!
Colorn For tllc Dark K;tM
The genuine brunelt-idH
dark eyes and dark sklnaajj
red cheeks can wear crii
low, orange, cardinal, dtta W
deep blue, but not purple, tVm
tans, grays and claret!
avoid all greens, vlolctt, a9!
The fair brunette muitcsttB
cause she happens to posaf
brown black hair that ih'S
up to It. The hair Is a mi&B
minor Importance. It h i.,B
the. eyes that have to be CaB
considered. Among the Wjl
color are cream, pale bin tX
of ray' Pale cral and pB
For evening the sallow fenS
reconcile herself to Indium
yellows, deep orange and iiMk
while for day wear steelj dS
tan, crimson, deep cardkilB
poppy red. tan and strong sim
are to be recommended.
Stock to Mntcli Gojra CdBfi
A stock of coarse llaea g J?
in a color to match the 1'
Which It Is T.-orn Is a Vf.iMf
finish to the simpl; aad ntliBj,
tailor madfc which the kvKt
dona for her walks ahrcid la'lMC
A Ncrr Motor TffL jRc
A new motor veil dctkud M?!
with a brown strcr toqes iiflh
chiffon embroidered all qyIiMt
pattern in brown site. ithaB1.i
of decoupe brown velvet
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