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but, being that, it has a certain beau
ty of fitness:- which iwould :not be
found in the Jjainty. frills of .thesa
ciety girl. Trig neatnesa'ha's anip.d
ern charm of its "pwh and the dress
of the woman, who wqrjw. sftpuld j
ways havp that indispensable gual-
ity whether l be.tjie leanprhit gjf
the woman wliq, la," a. nurse or dpeV
houseworji, or the uptp-date" clotif
skirt and )n&ji sbjir'aist pf thf! -jyq-
uiaii in uie uuiue. ,
At-home one's own' artistic or In
dividual taste and ppmfpjt jn djess
can be indulged and individual taste
may have. p. certain 'apcha'aHqn fen
if it is notr)wisticai3f Ipgtifiji!'
Of course', if "pne is; married to. a
man who is very jjq'nvepiional in hig
ideas of wqnaji- dress; it gpe'yit
seen other tangh'Jy' corseted "gnjj
dressed. But bejni; fhe ' rbifer " of
one's own'po'dy'assrpli' as SQU&an'fl
this is what e,y.ery ypin.aij s"rjiyes to
be it cerfainjymesjifgore' jq.
ous to indulge" in fancies pncVm'a
while. " " " ! ' I '''
In the strenuous life, .of. tgdy,
whether th'erwomfth'De1 ip iiusinesp'"
society, the. qoVspt?? iS58Sty. Ptie
cannot wear a girdle Jm iff cled
the normal plage without"" 'acprset
Why the ('normal" 'waistline'' should
be just above the fiipfHjlje,TOodpp.
woman is upexpiainauig. me cein?
ture or girdle was fiptfliised t&'pon
fine the bust; now, when we wear our
girdles there, it is called ithtj "raised,
waistline.'' ' ":"? ' '
Very few women of individual ideas 1
m guwiiiiig yyeay- ijrsseta ui, me pn-j
vacy 01 xneir own uormes. 11 iney
usually are"sppstituted, but,
the gowns v hang :mqre or less free,
from the shoulder' and .fall into, the '
lines of the figure.
It is mock modeatyiwhici .resents
the revealment pf the beautiful Ihaes
of the human figure ,through"a .cling
ing garment. There is jiqthing!mbre
plea'sing.than the suggestion of Ibng
lines and soft curves seen through
the fqlds' pf such drapery. The
Greeks, who1 worshipped -beauty,
knew' fhis,, and conseguehtly no peo
ple yet baYe cppipared"'with them in
loyelineSg an'grpp'e. .
. Tpeglgct' iije body, to call it un
'cleaji, ttp 'reveal apnirfeiit mind. '
Upon. Its cgrej rests' gjfyFe 'know of
i long Joyous y?e. "
Most thinking women l4Ye come
qTlizeThTsj and. yhile Ijey kriow
1i-")np9sgi)le 1;Qcontro'vert the -yujggftty
c$ be. fgnqrantjhpy in-
dulge (ielr artitjc nd' beau,ty-loving
fcasfe hj their ''gowning tq its fullest
is thgrrbpgg. ; .. a "
,EJla Whjeler Wjlcpr, in her home,
'9! Ways? dpp'f" njes" piade'pf heavy
Oriental faHrics.band'ed "about the '
.waist wjlth tjie. frjpged sashes of the
nuijigii grj. jrs. wuqx iS'a coror
jejs'ljQe wgnjajn, tpajp'hir and
eyeg $rfa fafflUyf tJntefT coiqpexion,
and.pe hfirdlwfliild $xlni that her
tj$ltg wqiild runjtp i'e pin"bat bar
baj cpjqrjnjfs 'of the OrfeptaL Yet,
evicently, thisj fqman filter suits i
er house gQn cher empejament
Qrtrudp'Aertpn 4lW&y wears a
Jneman(arin' cqt oyer a silk
p'etyjMaiSucpJa, garment is. much
affected by- fwqmen of individual
astd; ip ct;, ajJtqse wjiq'qnce don
gne pi, tnesegoTgepus uneniaj ropes
wish th'af there rnjght be" a. national
fshiprj. ' . I
'Mary Garden usually don'e a yel-
Nprcrepe annent pver- fleshings.
Njyef ajpetpijai mars ttie Symmetry
.01 Aer'iqrm in ine ppvacy pi ner-
aJTiwaya of "more or lesii4iaphan
ous .material, and they are made to
4rail-tver the carpet iinong, sinuous
. " I haYe qfteti 'wished" that American
women wouldL, adopt the. Spanish
fashion of draping one's, head instead
of wearing at. " '" -
f-ne Last wqra i nere is norning
more" exqursitely- feminine than