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J Our Pari$ Fashion Letter j
III .pr OcL 29. Drinking: tea
llffl VmoDB the rose3 is proving a
l S diversion to the fair
M ?iu(rhtera of this fairest of ail
-WL The Evcagrcr Parisian rnondalne
1W rolnt of being In evidence at
Kf.h ibe afternoon at tho new "tea
E This stunning tea room Is a
K adoor garden of real, bloom
Wf Choice plants and blossoms
:?Sr.dos and lead the way to a
Rtflr appointed boudoir where
Rf -$ served. The fragrance and
"thls apartment would appeal
m 5t0c of old. It is only natural
RLn 'tea or an Ice has been dain
Ww'ti ot the cheered and soothed
fc'thould purchase some of the
Kbr which she is surrounded. It
Bfrjcch of th0 Pctrv out of tno
to mention the sordid fact that
llffr"-" P051"58 havc been placctl ,n
llwnlih commercial intent as well
'JKn an aesthetic standpoint, but
Kjjj oiphty and sometimes prevails.
BLrr, tho combination of attrac
RV an excellent ouc and is only
L Illustration of how art and an
Wh. ftt main chance go hand in
ft ia the Gallic mind. This uniting
ft, French character of the truly ar
ft almost prosaically practical
ft i mighty "fetching" combination,
ftlftxard, turn backward, O time,
ftsrfilsht'" seems to have found an
ftjrinihe fashions and customs of
ft, french society dandles have re
ftj'lbs habit of taking snuff, or,
ft?, are affecting the snuffbox, a
Ifcctlon with a good deal of a dlffer
tS iVowadays every smart youth la
.fliidtflth a silver or gold snuffbox.
5j tte man who possesses the real
bunded down from past genera -&
tct, falling this, he hunts in old
fs&y Bhops and buys tho best Inu
la to be found The women, not to
qidoae. are adopting the earrings
!& grandmothers' time, or at least
frcfthe ultras are to be seen wear
jra'jlne "bobs" of the long drop
!i The Jewelers' windows are full of
jfP earrings that once graced the
Mike lobes 6f our ancestors, but the
?e woman Is perfectly satisfied
H ber black or white pearl earrings
i: t close against her pretty pink
flicdwlll have none of these new
I tables. And in this selection she
itetemost careful, for if a trlflo too
p what worlds away from becom
leathls pearl ornament proves I
ihabeen said that there Is nothing
rucept what is old, and the new
r mains wrap is a case in point,
a mantle Is built along the old time
iil lines pointed back and front,
id in careless folds across the chest
J caught on one shoulder by a huge
ttli clasp. The sleeve suggestion is
bJiponalse, A wrap of this design
ti rrace the shoulders of a queen is
rlffct royal ermine with a fringe of
Cm talis bordering the mantle,
fehis further softened and beautified
isll flounces of mousseline de sole
dace down the arm openings.
& If one cannot be arrayed In cr
w there are other garments that tend
fire that feeling of inward tran
Sir of which Emerson speaks so cl
wstiy. The new velvets are certainly
fi-l to the womnn who c:in purchase
N0TEM3ER HOUSE GOWN
I' LAKE CITY, Nov. 9,-Will
give in your Issue of Sunday
Good receipt for lobster a la
y-n r. c
tor sort of a cook book will give
ttlpts as this: if none satisfies.
io some of the defeated politic
m can tell all about lobsters
N"ov- S. Please answer
on in Sunday's Tribune: In
itions are the planets, Jupiter,
".dAenus at 0 p. m '! A Rcad
i ch-ap almanac and look the
ui' for yourself. If you can't,
Democrat you see; he will
T Know, for the Democrats have
star-gazing during the late
LAKE CITY. Nov. 10.-Pleaso
tneje questions: If I buy wire
aulacture articles from it, would
, '" to peddle them? (2)
WW buy cloth, cut It into small
I'i it Into envelopes I have had
?uld I need a license to ped-
WY you would in both cases.
?iP Tenn,, Nov. G.-Plcasc let
;,i n,dat0 o the opening of tho
u Uark exposition at Portland
f N will it last. (2) Who
write to for employment on
in i canal?-A Subscriber.
Pens June 1 next and closes
in .i (2) 11 ,s not Possible to
i Uie contracts have been let;
ltl papers 1
'inKE: Nov 4- Kindly answer
zoning in your Questions and
a vePart"ient of your Sunday
3 B that l"e State tlckut
'tea- ii i Party will bo
Jo'n nn .lhey wHl not' Th0
.arlsu8 as t0 whether or
i U i J,.a.t0,of Utah thc Congress
2you wWu on lhc state ticket
l4--A o1;' put "a straight in tho
i Ini.13 'ITY Nv lO.-Please
F man,. Vn nr Questions and Answers
ltUu r .na f lucemo hay there Is
Sk.lt hit ,no,n,ths ol(1. 8 fGet C inches
rtbsr ldc and 40 feet long. A
"aaS'T'v-W Havc F'tz-
won fi, J "lon!rle8 fouBht since
() t?,,,1? e, cha'PIonshln from
ktfent t ?n la tho "ational debt at
la UlC tr,Cl0ber 31 il Wa3' 1CSS
t nc treasury, ?9SC,7S7.C52.
nZin," lcase an&wer the
fTro TrtL"B 111 c-xt Sunday's
Lhi,T"e1uml 0,Bo: What
U rniron who atl ns inanriKera
k1 li f,!Z, ,I)ro6Pects, where
u furnJabed by, tho pom-
pany? I do not refer to coal mines.
C. O. D.
So far as we know there is no stand
ard, but the matter is governed by spe
cial agreement or contract in each case;
and different scales of wages apply in
PROMONTORY' POINT. Utah, Nov.
10. Kindly answer the following query
In your Questions and Answers depart
ment, if possible, next Sunday: In a
two-handed game of casino A
holds a deuce, tray, eight and
ten. Upon the board Is a five
spot, upon which A places his
three spot and builds it eight. When
next his play conies, Instead of taking
! up tho eight spot which he built, he
places his two spot upon It, building1
I upon his former build and making it
ten. Is this lawful play? C. N. TV.
Hoyle says "a player cannot raise his
own build, but his opponent may."
Therefore the play suggested Is unlaw
ful. SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 11, Would
you please inform me through your col
umns why they do not arres't President
Smith of tho Mormon church, when
they know positively that he is living
with his five wlfes? Tourist at Present
in Your City.
Perhaps because of the feeling that
it would amount to nothing, because no
one who knows the facts would testify
WILLiARD, Nov. 11. "Was tho fa
mous Parker telegram known to the
recent Democratic convention before it
adjourned or was the knowledge of tho
same kept from tho members until af
ter adjournment? (2) Please give tho
distance of tho sun from the earth In
the winter and the summer time. W.
(1) It was known to the convention
the day after Parker was nominated;
it was not hrld back until after ad
journment. (2) The greatest distance
of tho earth from the fuin Is 92,983,000
miles; tho least, 89.597,000.
Special to Tho TTlbuno.
OGDEN, Nov, 12. Dr. and Mrs. IT. C.
Pacho and wife of Lakesldo visited In
Ogdcn during tho week.
Dr. nnd Mrs. U. V. Wlthec arc oxpected
homo thc nret of noxt week.
Mrs. J. T. lloux of Snn Frnnciaco Is
visiting In Ogdcn, tho guest of her Bister,
Mrs. W. H. Chevors.
ITIio marriage of MIsh Emily I3lako of
this cltj, nnd Louis Chrlstenaoii of Point
Lookout, took placo Thursday, Bldor H.
Ht Thomas officiating. Both, yoqng lolka
have a largo circle of friends who extend
Tho friends of Harry Nelson aro pleased
to welcome him home after an absence
of thrco years spent in Germany In the
Mrs. Archie Bowman, who has been
visiting in Ogdcn for the past week, has
returned to Logan.
Mrs. Bortha Fricdo has returned from a
visit to New York where she went to
attend tho wedding of her sister, Mm.
Richardson, formerly of this city.
Tho Nov England dinner to be clvcn by
tho Men's club of tho Congregational
church Wednesday vonlng In the base
mont of tho church is looked forward to
with plcasuro by those who have been
the recipients of their hospitality on many
Miss Ellon Thomas, who has beon otudy
Ing vocal culturo under Profs. Coop and
Kent, will leave about Novcmbor 20, for
New York, where she will take up a year's
courso of vocal study under ono of tho
masters. Miss Thomas possesses a very
beautiful Boprano Voice of oxccptlonal
range. Arrangements are being made for
her to give tv recital in the Tabernaclo
some tlmo thcMatter part of next week.
One of the pleasant events of tho week
was tho surprise tendered Mrs. David
Eccles at her beautiful homo on Jeffcraon
and Twenty-sixth Thursday afternoon by
about twenty-five of her feminine friends.
A3 Is usual whon meeting with Mrs.
Ecolea, all present had a moat enjoyable
time. Tho afternoon was apont in music
and bright social converse Probably the
most Interesting feature waa tho stop
dance given by Mra. Shipley. At tho con
clusion of tho pleasures of the aftornoon
a delicious repast was served,
Tho dramatic recital to bo given Mon
day evening at tho Tabernacle by Mrs.
Lillian Andrews Farnsworth under the
auspices of tho Y. M. and Y. L. M. I. as
sociation will bo a treat for lovers of
dramatlo art. Two of the classics will bo
invoked, Shakespeare's "Measure for
Measuro" tho parts portraying tho admin
istration of law as given by Angolo and
Escalus will bo brought out, Tho reality
of evil as shown by Browning in his
"PInpa Passes" will bo discussed and af
ford for all who attend a dollghtful even
ing. Tho most ciaboralo social function of
Uio week was the party given Friday af
ternoon by Mrs. J. H. Spargo at her prol
ty homo on Twenty-fifth street. Tho
house was bright with a profusion of cut
flowers, potted plants and palms, Tho
different color nehemea were brought out
ofroctivoly in the dining-room and parlors.
A dainty and tempting luncheon con
cluded tho various amusements of tho
Who blends it? What are
his resources? What dispo
sition? What habit?
Money back answers.
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Your f f'T ") if jeu lir
f a gown or even a separate coat of this
sort. These separate velvet coats are
going to be very smart and are most
economical for the unfortunute nodal
butterfly who must make a few gar
ments to do the duty of many. These
coats, which, by the way, are not neces
sarily of the dlrcctolre or Louis period,
but often of three-quarter tailor style,
when worn with an afternoon frock of
some airy material arc quite as fetching
as when accompanied by a skirt of fine
face cloth or velvet.
The latest and perhaps the most dis
tinguished of Parisian velvet novelties
Is called "frisson," or quivering velvet.
It takes lta name from a gently rippled
surface suggestive of light and shade
which produces the effeot of a shot fab
ric This velvet is very effective in
light evening colors, and there Is a
pretty fancy of wearing with a gown
gem3 that carry out the nuances In the
"frisson." Almond green and a deli
cate parma vlolot arc charming, and
another lovely tone which has taken the
heart of La Modo by storm Is known as
aurore. As ono may well imagine, this
new tint is of an illusive pinky blue
which reminds one of the "dawn" we
ravo about, but seldom see except in
the mind's eye.
For day frooks the color range In
velvet Is almost unlimited. One of the
most fascinating Is a soft mushroom
brown, while a shade lighter than the
favorite mouse has been christened
"moth's wing." Then there are a wild
hyacinth blue, cactus red and wistaria
mauve, all charming in their way. But
perhaps thc most chic is "mountain
ash," a shade borrowed from Dame Na
ture which is truly bewitching. Har
mony in colors Instead of startling con
trast is the rule in fashion's world at
There ie a curious method of treating
evening toilets and dance frocks that
of adorning soft silks, satins and all
fragile fabrics with heavy bunches of
fruit mingled with silver sequins. Thc
effect is decidedly bizarre and sugges
tive of a well ladened Christmas tree.
An Ideal material for evening gowns
la velours mousseline, which takes love
ly lights and shades. A leading atelier
Is making for a smart American a
beautiful frock in the new bronze green
shade beloved by Parisians. It Is trim
med with large embroidered velvet but
tons down the front of the skirt and
bodice. A tucked bertha of deep copper
colored mcchlin lace is the fetching
A great deal of fur, used as edges and
bands, is put on evening dresses, and a
lino of fur about the bottom of a cown
protects It wonderfully and at the same
time imparts an added air of elegance.
Hand embroidery on tucks is a dainty
trimming for the debutante frock, and a
fascinating little dress for this fortu
nate person Is a baby blue chiffon trim
med with narrow black velvet ribbon.
While upon thc trimming subject, re
markably attractive effects are gained
from an arrangement of panels, each
overlapping thc other and bordered
with an applique galloon In velvet or
silk in tones a shade darker than tho
A feature I observed on several stun
ning dresses seen lately was the shap
inr of (loon bolts at the back into a
sharp point reaching almost to thc be
ginning of the shoulder blades. A jood
back is always such a powerful factor,
and this upward line affects the most
telling touch imaginable. The eye fol
lows it with full gratitude for a glimpse ,
of a graceful line.
A modiste told me the other day that
camellias and stiff petaled flowers of
this family will be worn on fur toques.
I was shown a swagger hat of sable In
fiat sailor shape with a close set wreath
6f white gardenias around the crown.
Another model I saw was a theator cro
atlon with a crown of white violets and
their leaves. A brim of embroidered
pale grcon tulle spread like an aureole
around the head. Two white feathers
so placed aa to fall over the brim In
front gave a very novel movement to
A shape which promises to become
popular in the exclusive modistlc world
Is a soft amazon felt with a Bersaglierl
feather. Every one who has traveled
In Italy will remember the hats worn by
tho soldiers of this favorite regiment,
and fashion has adopted the regimental
plumo for one of her novelties this sea
son. It Is a long, drooping feather In
bottle green, but the milliner has them
In two tones of different colors. A hat
of this description much admired at tho
races waa in dark blue felt with a twist
of ruby velvet around the crown and a
mass of Bersaglierl triers In the two
shades at the side. Che dark nuance
predominated, but h -e and there were
touches qf ruby thaf made the chapcau
both brilliant and original.
"All the world's a stage." So said the
great Shakespeare, who If he had Hvod
until this era might surely have been
tempted to paraphrase his original sen
timent by declaring that all the stage
la n modistlc world and the actresses
thereon mannlklns. These French ac
tresses certainly know how to gown
themselves in the most fetching man
ner, and at the opening of the Gymnase
for tho premiere of "Le Rlquct" the
frocks worn were stunning.
Two evening creations were especial
ly lovely, one in empire style being
smart to a degree. It was fashioned
from pink mousseline embroidered with
butterflies In old rose. At the hem waa
a deep velvet flounce coverod with but
terflies, and about the corsage and arms
were draperies of the mousseline caught
up with ropes of mock gems.
Thc other frock was a girlish affair
a harmony in petal de rose pink evolved
from pink spotted net. The three tiered
skirt had its flounces edged with a shell
embroidery and was shirred In one at
the waist with the bloused bodice. This
charming waist was trimmed with ruf
fles of embroidery caught on the decol
lete with chiffon roses.
Apropos of thc theater, it is essential
nowadays that tho mondaine should be
familiar with the latest productions of
the stage, for in exclusive Parisian sa
lons and at smart dinners theatrical
gos3lp is Indulged In with enthusiasm.
The Smart Petticoat.
There Is a general demand just now
for taffeta petticoats, and the chame
leon taffeta in three distinct shades or
tones Is becoming increasingly popular.
One of the fancies' of the moment, how
ever, is to have a petticoat in the samo
color as the gown and consequently to
ring the changes with each change of
costume. Some beautiful petticoats aro
of brown taffeta with printed .lower de
signs in delicate tones of pink and blue,
a vandyked border consisting of four
rows of narrow ribbon velvet complet
ing thc effect.
A Stunning New Color.
Eglantine is a new shade of gray
blue seen in gowns this season.
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