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garment-. Fr street wear iwk is in
great d-mand. tucked and rattled with
broad red y.ilfs and Lous tliev art- equal!
coo! ami drsy. On tin- beach at bathing
hour there art- more duck suits' than 1"
former .Mi .
Among Hi- visitors St. Louis i welt rep
resented .ui.l her daughters compare favor
ably wiili their Eastern sisters in elegance
aiiil style of dr-ss.
On tin- Ihoad Walknt the noon hour many
piumim-nt Western people take their stroll.
Mrs. Charles It. Turner and her son.
Douglas. .Mr. an.I .Mrs. r'urrison anil other
St. LoiiNaiM go tor a walk along the bench
at that time. Mrs. Jolin .1. Tootle of St.
Joseph, mil- of the most beautiful women
nt tin' Pit-r. i a very w-lcome guest at all
the mere Important social functions.
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Just -what little lnillvlrlualltlos of flre the pnmmor ontln? zn Is narrplinc
nt the resorts this summer is of considerable interest to lier st:iy-at-lioine
Bister- That ca-h resort, whether it he Colorado mountains or Northern lakes
or Eastern seacoast, litis its own little fads si ml fancies in costttmhis i? a fact
perfectly patent to anyone who may chance to visit at several places in the
course of one season. lie will find, thai as a rule, the Western resotlers are
more picturesque in their clotliinz. hut less smart stud less simply fashionable
than those frequenters of the Atlantic Coast. He will also discover that the
Great Lakes have styles quite till their own: and that those resorts toward
the Far North, particularly hi the lesion near Mackinac, tire wonderfully
fertile when It comes to novelties that lit in with tiie pine woods and the
cool, preen waters of the lake.
It wap Mackinac that brought out the sombrero as a hat for the summer
jdrl Ions belore anybody at the other summer places thought of wearing such
a distinctively masculine hcaduear. This happened at least six years auo. Tin;
sombreros we're of the bis. llappimr. pray felt variety, and the women that sea
son round the hotels pinned them on with beheaded (jeweled, if they owned
such), hatpins, that jrave them a voryehie appearance.
Some years it will be a color that is taken up and made much of. lted
was the riise last year at Xarranansett. Every woman who made any preten
sion at being smart had a bit of red in her costume somewhere: and the more
she had, the smarter she was. This se:iMn there is the sain" fondness exhibited
The stay-at-home girl, while she necessarily must be discreet in her adop
tion of these resort ideas and is. perforce, restricted by the conventionalities
of a city; can nevertheless, adapt some of them such as appear to be both
feasible "and hecomin, for her own tt-e. with much self-satistaction.
Out in the region of Cabanne these hot afternoons .and evenings you will
see youuc girls solus about without hats and with t licit- shirt sleeves rolled up
above their elbows. AVliy? Uecause it is the popular South Haven and Mjn
netonka method for producing a genuine Mimmor resort tan; and. besides, it's
mighty cool and comfortable.
Short, white pique and duck skirts, while almost a necessity at the seashore,
are proving very popular with girls wlio an at'li'miie this season; and-even
among such as never had a golf club in their hands. Any number of stay-at-home
maids this year have purchase-1 linen, duck and pique in goodly
quantity and have had the material made, up "into skirls, all of which are quite
short enough to show a neat. Mack-ribbed stocking and a shapely patent
leathered loot. And they wear them everywhere, especially at tiisht to the
gardens, where a long-tailed skirt so soon becomes bedraggled and sorry-looking
about its llounces. when trailed over graveled paths and tan-bark.
The Sunday Republic's correspondents sit sill resort' Eastern. Western and
Northern liave pictured .and described their own particular summer girl in
her outins garb. Their differences and their similarities may interest you.
inornitiR walk in the metropolis, for the cor
rectness of her tailor-maile appearance is
rest -jh1 refreshment to the eyes.
Tut her hat! Where did she set It? In the
cr.rto stores, of rourj-e, though It comes
from Mexico. High and peaked of crown,
hroad and rolling of brim, it sits jauntily
aslant my lady's Huffy locks. Around tho
outer, edqe of the brim is a band of silver
lace4 and about the crown the silver rope
Is tied. In true Mexican fashion.
In harmony with the up-to-dateness of her
attire, the Manitou girl Is the embodiment
of breezy good comradeship, that cliawctnr
Ized the story of "lilix."
around tho collar at tho top In front and
Tinned at the front with a Jeweled pin.
When a broad ribbon is worn around the
neck, it is as high as ever, but beneath It
Is a celluloid collar or a lawn collar with
no stiffening. On hot days when the land
breezes scorch the summeriles the aver
ago summer girl perhaps not the swell
one turns In the neckband of her shirt
waist und pins around her neck :i velvet
ribbon, crossing in front with no loops,
the ends hanging down about ten Inches.
For the morning bench costume the bi
cycle or golf skirt is the thing. With it
are worn the mannish tan low shoes and
dog-collar leather belts with biic-lettercd
silver monograms at the back. A hat the
beach sill usually does not wear. The sun
bonnet which she affected last year Is still
worn some, the prevailing colors being pink
and scarlet. While the hose of the Asbury
l'ark girl are usually black, some brightly
colored ones are in evidence.
The dress is. In general, of the shirt-waist
order. Those that are not have thin yokes
nnfl P'."-."V"? moue of laco or embroidery
When the Asbury summer girl or young
mntiv.ii Is lii evening dress for bill or gar
den party she wears the big picture bat
covered with feathers, regaidless of the J
fnet that she frequently has to curl them
several times in a Week, for they suffer
sadly in the Atlantic ozone.
The white outing costume which appears
in the accompanying plclure of. Mrs. Kd
ward A. Kaust of SI. Louis is as handsome
a one as has been seen thi- summer at the
fashionable Coleman House, where Mrs.
Faust spent July and the first week In
August, accompanied by Miss A. Holm of
St.Iouls. Mr. Faust arrived last Satur
day, and the party left Monday for the
Tr'niile House. White Mountains, where
i,..v ii-m remain until svptoinber. Mrs. i
Faust's charming personality made her a
leader in all social functions at the select
fuinnfii. , ,
The bathing suit nt Asbury Tail: has for
everyday Informal life, but when she does
It is usually of white linen or plitue.
trimmed with white moiisstline. The halt
is arranged high on the head, u la pompa
dour. The shirt waist is of whit- lawn or
colored silk, with I toman gold link sl-eve
buttons, and Ji. bright-colored Mod; and tie
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wai.-t. Her skirt is of white duck und
sometimes trimmed with embroidered in
sertion. The ribbon belt. alw.is maf.'hitig
the stock. Is fastened by a liuekle of jew
els. Willi her black open-work stockings
she wears nicely litted Oxford riiss-t ties,
hi carefully tied that no loos.- -mis appear.
Willi this" costume she earriei a iv.l or
white coaching parasol. When it comes t
gloves I he summer girl seems to have Httl-J
use for them, which shows her -feat
Ainerban Independence as well as her
good seit!-e. She possesses a liberal amount
of gooil lo.iivs. which are enliaue-d by her
I'spril an'' charm of manner. Sh- attends
the dances at the hotels, where 'be iias a
host of admirers. She may be -eeii at the
golf links in a golllng sk'rt. She swims,
sails, rows, nlavs tennis, handles the rib
bons on occasions, but is oftener asked to
take a drive where a driver Isfurnishe,l. A j Q j at WcQUClonsitl? Roll Up Their
noticeable characteristic of the re-il mini- "" " V1 . s .
mer girl is her swinging gait as she walks
along v.ilh a linn tread. Sic is of the blond
order more often than otherwise. If there
1 a lire she runs t, it. In short, she H
right up to the lite of the place. It i- no
ticed, however, that she eschews bicycling
this summer, and presumably on account of
the duty roads.
The summer girl enjoys surf bathing to
the miles' extent at Jamestown, and she
hardly ever misses a day. She seldom or
never enters the water from the beach,
but dives from a springboard on the end of
the pier into deep water, wlere she takf-s
;i little swim. Her bathing eostum. i-
slsis of a black mohair or si'.k bio im.- with
a lM-phiited skirl of the same mat-Mai.
The wait has a bright yellow sailor collar,
trimmed with white braid, with neck pice
of til- same. She wears black .Mocking-'
and Mack bathing shois. Her hair is
built liiuh on her bead and ti-d with a
bow of black taffeta ribbon. The genuine
summer ghl is anxious to return to her
native place very much tanned, so after
bathing In the salt watei she moistens her
fa e. arms and hands seveinl limes and .-it.s
nb ait in Per ballil'-i: suit to in kt h-rnelf
,is I rown as possible
gled net is gradually giving way to lace f the predominate color, lew pat-nt leather
Sleeves That Their Arms
May Get Tanned.
Th- Northern lake outing costume n worn
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l,v the summ-r gil of We.,..eto,,sIng .on- taking a. !'"- '". ,3'
Fists of Minrt kirt shirt wa'M (white being by Mrs. r,. I-,. F.dnr. -ir.
shs. with fancy-colored hosiery, ind whito
si-i-ks. Hats are Seldom worn -x-ipt on
some very swell occasion, which is rpuitw
unusual, as it elt to- e th' taprice of
the s-asoii at nil the North' rn Mi higan,
rwerts for the girls' to ; h'tl. - and the
sif-evR of their shirt w.iit r"!e. back above
the -Ibowsr. The girls all .eem t" be trying
to see who .will have the browtn st skin hj
the time hotels do"- am! all return to tho
dry. so one sees groups of gir's going
arutind with either short sleeve or they
k-ep their 'sleeves rolled up. so that their
arms can share r!i- tan with their faces.
Now, some ue has started the fads, so
that It Is the fashionable thing to do.
Some one has discovered that the sun !s
an excellent hair tonic; of course, tno hair
Incomes Wenched by the sun. but they ex-
I i the bleach to wear off In a short timo
a tul the good results of the san baths to.
Owing to the low temperature of the lake
water, which amounts to bathing In left
water, luthing is not indulged in to any
x -nt'. so the bathing eostum- of the North
.1,1 Michigan summer girl is r.o: a 'hing of
b. amy. The material Is generally some
dark stuff, either black or blue in color,
and trimmed with wli'te. A sayly-colnred
b-indaniia handkerchief usually adorns the.
be id. '
Miss May Scott is considered one of the?
iJlf'o.-i.nmrrs. Very often flic may be seen
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Manitou Girls Arc Distinctive in
Manltou's summer girl and her name Is
legion might well have served as a model
for Gibson. Each day fihe may be seen In
countless numbers, walking, driving, climb
ing mountains, bound for the golf links or
makln.tr trips on the omnipresent burro.
Sometimes, though rarely, she Is a petite
edition of the queenly woman, but always
Bho Is. trig- and crisp In her tailor-made
summer garb. '
Because she. Is energetic and walks and
climbs Industriously, and will carry back to
the. city a supply of sound nerves and en
ergy. Bho wears a short skirt. Hut not a
blcyclo skirt. Oh, no!
It clears the gTound by about two inches,
disclosing round-toed, heavy coled Oxford
shoes of patont leather. It Is made of heavy
cloth In gray or brown and bear? the un
mistakable hnll-marke of the modish tailor.
The crisp shirt waist Is usually finished
with tho conventional high collar and little
bat-wing tie, and belted about- my lady's
supple waist with a ccntine belt of carved
Her hat! Ah, there's where my Manitou
girl is different from all other summer girls
on tho continent. From her shoes to her
dainty head she might be dressed for a
nrHnffi2br l$rp '
Bathing Suits Still the Subject of
Controversy at Asbury
The typical outing costume in which the
Asbury Park summer girls go driving or
trolley riding this season consists of a
white sailor or U-ghorn hat. white shirt
waist, white pique skirt, broad-soled black
patcnt-lcatlier shoes, with hosiery usually
black. An Eton jacket Is an invariable ad
junct carried upon the arm.
With this white suit the Asbury" Park
girl wears a high turn-over collar with a
pretty bat-wing slik tie a half-inch above
the collar button. Sometimes the tie is a
half-inch velvet ribbon wrapped twice
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Cornoyer's Latest "New York Street."
Paul "Cornoyer sent one of his "Now Yorlc Streoi'' sfonos to
Xoonan Kocian's nllcrie.s last week. It was taken by Mi: Simon -I.
Harbaugli. Tlie new picture is hardly in ronioyiT's best slyie. but its
manner of color and execution seems to be of the popular sort. Taste
for what is Mr. Cornoyer's individuality in paint in"; dues not come at
once. It must be acquired.
Sailor Collars and Bandana Hand
kerchiefs Are Worn by the
As regards costume, the iimra'r girls at
Lake Mirinetonkn may be divld-d into four
clHfijie.-. Fust, there Is the girl who dresses
as she would in th- city, in the shirt
waist, fancy or otherwi--. with the usual
collar and tie or the silk clicker, and sleeves
that bavJ not been meddled with. Her
skirt is of the ordinary stteet length and
her slio-s are low or high, while her hat
is the usual straw affair with the usual
trimming. This girl Is .-een only at the
hotels and the stylish boarding plae.-s.
i ever at the cottages.
The second class of summer girl at this
n sort believes in being a little comfoj table.
jir.il she i-1 becoming quite prevalent at the
hotels, though she originate! at th- cot
t; ges. This is the aIlor-collar-shlrt-valst
g:rl Willi the iolleil-up sleeves. The collar
is either the same maleiial as the dress,
. nt down to a V in front with a sailor
ki.ot tie of the sinie material or colur as
t' . collar, or it is a common, a-cent red
or blue baudaia handkerchief that 1 cut
iii'n Mich a shape that It ca"n be slipped
,vi r the tutned-down i.eck of any waist at
a mi. ment's notice. This handkerchief Is usi
...lly red if the waist is blue, and wee
nsa. and Is fastened below the collar bone
with some simple pin. A short skirt is
Win a with this style of waist and ho-e of
any color desired with low shoes, muck
h se of .i design that assists the ferocious
mo-.iu!to of this resort to a quick m-a! are
much favored. Some times hose of a vivid
led to match the red bandana handker
. l-.ief or blue with the blue bandana collar
are affected, and the effect Is unique. The
bandana handkerchief girl can't wear
L-nytiiing on her head, as does also the
third and fourth class, which will be de
Kribed next (and the Minnesota sun l- hot
i rough to almost broil a fish), but as na
ture has fortunately endowed these three
tpes of the Lake Mlnnetonka summer girl
with an abundant crop ot hair, each hair
uf which speiks for Itself and stands up
aliantly between her and the sun, no
doubt she is protected somewhat from Its
The third type of summer girl is a product
of cottage life, though she may be seen in
small numbers at the hotel-). Tills is the
Meeves l.-ike Mlnnetonka summer girl, who
ivKlently has eiiine with the warm weather
to stay. This girl will never lie able to tind
her collar when the cold weather i nines,
lor she threw It away entirely mid turns
i. own the neck of her shirt waist quite low
.-11 around and below the ce'lar bone In
trout, fastened with a simple pin. Her
sleeies are rolled up above the elbows, with
an emphasis which suggests the tlemght
i bat "Jordan is a hard road to travel, urn
know." Her lint Is either a masculine soil
.r.t felt, like h-r brotlu-r's.or a white pique
a flair of a similar shape. Uhh tills style of
v.i'lst Is worn the snort skirt of brown.
gin. hire or other neutral shad-. Low shoes
of tan or black and the bla-k hos- that are
made to accommodate the Miiiintotika mosquito.
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Tfiftfst view yet shown in this country of any parf of tlft faitiousTraris-Sifeefiatf Rail
road. This is a scene near the confluence of rivers Bikine and Altchme. It is over
this line that the Russian Government will send its armies to the Far ..East.
years been the source of contention. James
A. lirada-y. bettir known as Founder"
Hradley. the sole owner and ruler of the
ocean front, hedgci the summer girl's
bathing suit about with risid restrictiins
as to color ai'd cut. A decade ago the As
bury bathing cutume was longer and
thicker than it Is to-day; but even now
the Coney Island and Narragtinsett I'ier
style does-n't "go" on 'the "Founder's" bench.
Some weeks ago the wife, of a prominent
Montreal government ollicial was put off
the beach because she wore a white silk
suit which when wot displiyed the lady's
figure with notable prcN!on. Mrs. Harold
P. Ilouscr of Washington escaped the po
licemen's disrlen.'-iire this Week, but she
cnated a sensation by appearing in a.
brilliant green broadcloth costume, worn
over corsets-, and with silk h-jse and patent
leather slippers. Senator Hradley insisss
that it modest costume is "as becoming on
the beach as it is in the ballroom." and lit
is firm in his purpose to hold' the summe
giri up to the same standard us b- dies
the men. The Asbury bathing costume,
therefore, is generally black, the material
being mohair or si k. To .sill: the "Founder"
does not object so long as it is black.
The stockings arc black silk generally,
with white stripes, and the shoes are white
canvas. The skirt is on the average two
inches longer than that ordinarily worn at
Black. Open-Work Hosiery Has the
Lead at Jamestown.
The tynical summer girl as seen at
Jamestown is. all together, an Interesting
character. She seldom wears a hat in
More"White Duck at Narragansett
Than Ever Before.
Fashions. like the times, are ever chan
ging. The truth of this assertion was never
mote conclusively proved than in the cos
tumes worn at Xarrngansett Pier this sum
mer. Not many seasons since I lie fashion
able summer girl was content with a negli
gee costume, in which comfort, not style,
was the chief essential. In late years,
however, the tendency lias heel more a.. 1
n. ore to regulate the costume worn by
the dictates of fahIoii. From the process
th-ie li.-i-- gradually been evolved the up-to-date
fashionable summer girl and her
At no place in the world, perhaps, can
finer costumes or more beautiful women
lie found tlian at far-famed Narragansett
Pier. St. Louis's fair duughtcrs are
among the leaders. Miss Mnginnis.
daughter of Mrs. James A. Muginuls of
Si. Louis, who is now at the I'ier with her
aunl, Mrs. 1). A. Neuse of New York. 1ms
beiu admired since her arrival and has
wuin some striking costumes.
In bathing costumes, black and red
set ins to b? the rage, the popular style
being red or black, with a shield-front
waist finished with several rows of white
braid in dusters and a large sailor collar.
The skirt Is cut short and Is accordion
plaited. The most stunning dress and the I
typical Pier one Is a costume ot rt and
black, finished in white cord, the waist be
ing made Willi all-over bias tucks, stitched
in a darker shade of red. The vest front
Is a white embroidered silk, upon which
Is an anchor In red. The skirt of this suit
is fancifully trimmed In white cord:
Still another style and quite a favorite is
an all-blue close-fitting waist with a V
shaped neck and no trimming save a bow
knot of the wearer's favorite color, artis
tically arranged over the left shoulder and
the same colored aigrette worn tn the side
In the liair. Many prefer a butterfly-shaped
aigrette, but the majority favor the plain.
With this costume fancy black silk stock-
lrrr. nr, Ti-nm wtth white UlltterfH' flmires.
Blue foulards are all tho rage and span-'
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