Newspaper Page Text
THE REPUBLIC: SUNBAT. JULY 13. 1902.
IN OUTING GIRLS' GOWNS
i-f-i-w-n-n-n-H-fr-t-H-x-x-: ":-c-:x--:-;-x--;KKK--:--:K---:-:--?-:-:-i":--H---t-' 1 1 s-i-i-i -him -i-h-h v-h-
LACE WRAPS ARE THE MOST ELEGANT, AND WOULD BE EVEN
J MORE POPULAR IF THEY WERE NOT SO EXPENSIVE. Z
sH--M I I M 1 1 I-M-M I M-H-H"M I I I I MW j IIM4W"!"W"HH'W'rt'"m-HW IM I-I-I-I I I M l
? KIMONA COAT. FASHIONED IN STTTC PrMVTFF OR rAlMVA TS TWR t
$ SEASON'S LATEST FAVORITE AT LUCERNE AND MONTE CARLO. J
.j..fr -:- .w-r-fr-i--:--:--
6P&.U1 Co.Twprndence of The Sunday RcpuMIt
AR1S. June & The outing girl does
not rmaln afield all the time, awl
for the hours when she Is under
the trees she lias pretty gowns la
hnrn. -with blue linen leading in
r mt of favor. There are the most charm-
lr? u-.fses m blue, trimmed with wnttc
s tin nah ribbon, put on In Grecian design
at ' warranted to wash every time.
. - ...
Linen cowns of this lear are absolutely
a I-a-on to any one desiring to look pretty,
so many are the ivays of making them.
Tou can tuck them or you can make them,
platn. or jou can trim them with lace.
mak'ng a rather drcssv suit, cr you can
band ti cm- with braid.
Presses for yatchlnc are In heavier linen
an' are mmmea wttn oraiu. jkuuuh
con .is must always be. But they can bo
miijf quite novel by using the braid in
fancv fashion. Great squares are followed
out ir the designs and odd fancies in the
mi of decoration.
Tucked yoke, outlned with bands- of
white braid, are seen, and sleeve caps are
turkrd and trimmed with braid. "uln" sk-ev.s wtre formed of white chiffon, sllk
are set around the hands and InsWe tne embroidered in white laid over tea-rose pink
ruffles are "stiff little bands of braid to , llhrrty ,.Hk wn thls gown nas worn a
look like cuffs. ! large, black, openwork Neapolitan hat.
Stocks that come with summer A""s trimmed with a wreath of silvery "dusty
are lttle more than bands of lace or bancs lni!ier i,avca oniy. The gloves were of
of embroidery They are as simple as they gny !llfde jj smcncj Jn whlte. and the
can 1k and are intended far a foundation ( rav oWaon larasoi was uned nju, soft
for prettier things to come. r,jnjj liberty silk.
At Lucerne they are wearing the velvet ....,..:. p0cnip Trimmpil
band around the throat and fastening It lj.c"ln OSllime XI mimed
with a leweled clasp. This comes inu
the simole little stock of lace. Azn they
take tulle anJ lie u arouna ue u"-. -"
plcUnc it with a b!ir soft bunch of tulle
at one side. The tendency In stocks Is
toward something Uss elaborate and
toward neat and pretty designs rather than
silk and velvet.
Pastel Colors Have
Suppianted Dull. Dark Tones.
The extravagance cf the reason is dls
plajed in the pale colors that are worn.
The dull, dark tines hae all disappeared
pnd In linen duck and their kin one sees
the pastel colors almost exclusively.
The weather has been so cool as to per-
ir.lt of the wearing of light cloth and mo
ialr gowns much later than usual, and
with them ace worn the very elaborate lace j
and muslin cr elaborate India silk waists.
It seems a little Incongruous with a cloth
or mohair gown to have a shirt waist made
of lines of real lace and hand tucks, but
this very incongruity Is effective and gives
a daintiness and a certain feminine touch
to the rather seiere tailor style, -which
makes it more attractive. Valenciennes
lace, various kinds of French lace. and. of
course, Irish point, are iued on thee waists.
Irish point being reserved for the rather
heaier linens and for the silk. A yoke 1
always prettj. but joke? are not so smart
now, excepting the small ones, as are the
chemisettes, which, like those made for the
foulard gowns, can be taken out and laun- j
dercd as soon as they show the slightest
elgns of wear.
The only severe shirt waists that seem to
find favor thin jear are those made of fine
madras or linen with rows of little tucks at
the shoulder, the tucks stitched down to be
low the bust, with small bishop sleeves,
gathered into a narrow cuff which Is fast
ened with two pearl buttons, or with yleevo
links, as is preferred. These are certainly
rvery severe, but they are well made and
must be well made to be smart, and are
xather a comfort ln their contrast to tho
more elaborate ones which are worn with
every variety of gown.
Finest Qualities of Lace and
Embroideries Are Combined.
' Combining lace with embroidery is also a
fad of the moment, but when this Is done
only the finest qualities of both lace and
embroidery should be used; otherwise the
effect Is coarse and heavy. There are stocks
Of every conceivable and many lnconceiva
ble designs. Those to wear -with tho more
labcVate waists are really not stocks, but
Sacs collars, unllned and finished only with
pearl buttons or a small lace bow ln front,
which make the waist more becoming than
when there Is Just tho line of tho collar
against the waist.
. Dunstable strawp. rushes, alder stems and
(Other rustic braids, loosely woven or lace
mlalted, are ln great demand.
The width of many of the newest coach
png and garden-party hats Is remarkable,
and he fashion of putting a wreath of large
jfull-blown roses and foliage at the extreme
ledge of the brim on tho front of the hat is
jstill greatly favored.
I Holland dresses more or less tinted aro
much used for beach and mountain cos
jtumes. The skirts are strapped, and the
Jackets finished with blouse vests of whlta
indla silk, fagot-stltched ln black, or dot
Ited -with black French knots. The same
kind of silk Is used for the sailor collar, tho '
pointed ends brought down one each elde
jhalf way to the waist. Inch-wide strap
pings of black silk edge the collar, and a
black Ellk tie passed underneath is knot
ted In front- With these additions, the Hol
land gown Is smartened very considerably.
(The costume looks and Is cool.
(Long Linen Skirts Worn
(With Russian Blouses.
Linens of every description aro ln good
laste. By French tailors they arc made
Jnto fairly long skirts, heavily strapped,
and these are worn either with skirted "Rus
sian blouses, the shorter waists, or Eton
blouses, with Irish lace collars attached.
Pale seashell pink or cherry-red are the
(Colors most popular for the short waists
worn beneath these garments. Some of the
mauve and butchers' blue linens are re
lieved with ecru linen lace insertions end
appliques, the effect being exceedingly
Many of the gowns prepared for afternoon
wear are In black and white silk or French
muslin. An admirable costume of whlto
satin foulard dotted with black was mado
with a skirt which fitted the figure nearly
Jhalf Its length, below which was arranged
c. graduated flounce of tucked net niched
with white lace dotted with black. Palo
apple-green silk was used for the founda
tion skirt, vest front, and folded waistband,
over which the blouse pouched slightly.
Soft delicate shades of sage, apple, char
treuse, golden and sea-green are ln great
vogue where relief of color is requisite.
Simple dainty frocks for young girls are
made this season with surplice fronts,
tucked on the shoulders, and open Just un
der the chin to reveal a little vest in V out
line. Below this vest the fronts lap, to Imi
tate a closing, a slight blouse effect show
ing Just at the belt.
Elbow Sleeves Droop
Over Narrow Bands.
"Lengthwlso tucks are laid on each side of
the fastening at the back and a straight col
lar finishes the neck. The elbow sleeves
droop over narrow bands and are tucked
vertically at the top. The skirts are of
three-piece shaping, with a graduated
flounce that ripples at Its lower edge. White
dotted or embioldered swlss, challl. veiling,
art linen, naln&ook and muslins, with lace
edged flounces and bands for the surplice
fronts, are the fabrics used for these gowns.
Some of the new French skirts aro ar
ranged In graduated box plaits all around,
the plaits being very narrow and flat at the
top, widening out as they descend, and
when released giving the fashionable full
ness near the feet. Soft, pllabli materials
are especially appropriate for this style of
skirt, and many of the models are threaded
horizontally with bands of Insertion, the
band passing each time It reaches it. be
neath the fold of the box plait. Three or
four rows of Insertion arranged at rcgu'ar
Intervals are used. The skirts are hung
oer five-gored foundations, and the plaits
are either secured on the tinder side or
else they are stitched down to flounce depth
and then left to fall free. They have in
verted box plaits at the back, and thera
la either a long or short sweep as pre
ferred. Regulation of the length of the
Plaits depends on the figure. Tall or short,
slend-r or the reverFC. these characteristics
are taken severally into account in copying
these plaited sljles.
Gathers Adjust Fullness at
the Lower Edtii'.
A cliannlng variation of the tucl;ed bod
ices, and one moat 'appropriately finishing
i --.;t. au u.itr uiuai Ainuui-iiaiij .t.c-.,.r
tho i!ori2ontally tucked skirt mentioned
j eigt,,,, ts tucked below the bust In
I novei envc, anti .he ckwing is made at
V ... . - ... - . . . . ...
; ine jeit snouioer and sine, uatners aajust
til- fullness at the lower edge, and the mod
el shows two arrangements of the neck,
one in a Dutch round shape, or high at the
throat, with a pointed, standing collar.
The full-longth b.shop sleeves are tucked
below the elbow to corrrpond with tho
walst eITect ard tIlfse ,)Ufr out ln Du Barry
fashion over straight cuff -bands. A crush
Ik It affonls the requisite finish for the
waist, which i supported by a lining; made
with regulation seams and darts.
A very attractive costume recently worn
at an afternoon function out of town was
made of sifk-narp. swallow -gray voile over
a gray silk underskirt. The vest and under-
u ,u, iiiiu-k v, eivet jiDt)OIl
A x(jy handome Trench dress I
Ing wear is made of soft, old-rose voile.
with a finish like a silk poplin. The gown Is
made up over taffeta filk of the same shade.
and trimmed w ith black velvet ribbon ln
five graduated vildths. on the lower portion
of the skirt, and on the bodice there is a
pretty arrangement of the ribbon and dra
peries and frill? of black lace, showing ap
plique designs of silk-embroidered pale and
de.p old-roio flowers and foliage, set hero
and there upon the lace.
One of the season's latest Jackets that has
already proved a faorlte Is the Monto Car
lo or ICImona coat, fashioned ln silk, pon
gee, veiling or canvas, lined with colored
Mlk and trimmed with lace or embroidered
lrandt Th 'coffee coat" or coouette
rap" proildes another suggestion for a
light summer Jacket, and one showing box
plaits laid on the back, front and sleeves
with a V outline in front is very pretty.
Taffeta, peau de sole, creped satin, moire J
pongee are the fabrics most generally used
for this little garment, which ln color either ;
matches or harmonizes with the gown with i
which it is worn.
One of the new summer skirt models de- I
signed for veiling, muslins, ctamlne and (
other soft, delicate goods, is a flaring. fie
gored style with applied folds. -in tucked ef
fect, reaching almost the entire length of
the .'kirt, although any desired number may
be uwL These folds are not perpendicular.
but horizontal, and. If preferred, th.'
can be arranged in gathers o;
"Seven and Nine Gored
Skirts Much Used.
Scmetimes the folds are like the skirt
fabric. This makes them look more like
wido tucks taken In the goods at regular
Intervals, but. quite as often, folds of moire
or taffeta, for instance, aro applied to a net
skirt, or those of liberty silk or albatrcss.
Noticeable among the light silk and lib
erty satin gowns is the fact that the seven
and nine gored skirts are ery much used,
bm, so often disguised by fagot-stltchlng.
vertical tucking, or lnsrtlon bands of lace,
that tho seams are almost-Invisible. Tho
model with fagot-stltchlhg carried down be
low the knee, the fullness left to flare. Is
very fashionable for both summer silks,
voiles, batistes and f ilk-warp eillngs.
Delicate transparent sailor collar, yokes
and vests are to be wom extensively thlj
season. Some of the finest of them are cry
expensive, real laces and nets being used.
or very line all-over embroldrles. with
matching edgings, but these can b dupli
cat d by a deft needlewoman, and beautiful
fancy lacep and insertions, by the piece or
yard, are now j-old at prices already great
ly reduced from the rates when they were
t-et forth late t!Js spring.
Join Insertions of Lace
and Swiss Embroidery.
It Is nothing at all to loin Insertions of
laco and fine Swiss embroidery together, or.
If better liked, two different kinds nnd pat
terns of lace. These can then bo made in
to blouse-fronts, sleeve-puffs, or under
rteeves, or square or pointed Jacket or
bodice collarettes, with a frill of lace at
the edge, slightly gathered, or mado to 11a
perfectly flat, as desired.
One of tho daintiest of the summer
blouses Is formed of almost transparent
pink India silk, elaborately tucked, and
trimmed with Flemish lace Insertion. The
neck is finished with a transparent collar of
a wider band of the lace threaded with
black velvet babo ribbon. Very pretty lit
tle blouses of black and white batiste have
lace applique designs arranged on the
bodice from shoulder to shoulder, front and
back, giving the effect of a deep joke, only
somewhat Irregular in outline, the edges
of the lace designs having th still fashion
able wavy In-and-out finish.
The pongee corsets rival the white net
styles ln favor for summer wear. Tho
French corset or pongee Is light, cool and
graceful la outline. Silk corset-lacings
should always be used, even on coutllle or
.Jean corsets. A cotton or linen lacing In
variably shows beneath a closely fitting
summer waist, and round elastic lacings are
worst of all. as they leave a distinct mark
on the back of the bodice.
HINTS FROM THE SHOPS.
Narrow four-ln-hand ties of bright-colored
silk have the wearer's Initial worked in tho
College shirt-waist sets of belt pin and
buttons show" the college flags and Insignia
on a white enamel background.
Summer footgear of children Includes san
dals in black and ln tan leather and canvas
tennis shoes ln bright colors.
A smart corsage decoration for a light
colored gown Is two large black ribbon roses
caught together with a bow of soft black
Elbow-sleeve gowns have given the brace
let new vogue." Among the latest designs Is
one formed of Aneroid links studded with
garnets and having pendants of large ba
Transparent stocks formed of folds of
white or colored linen connected with fag
oting are marked at 2 cents in some cf the
A novelty in veils is of plain chiffon, white
cr black, with a deep hem headed by fagot
ing ln colored silk.
Fleur-de-lis ln silver form the design of a
pretty belt buckle. To hold the ribbon at
the back are three fleur-de-lis. one over the
other, connected with silver chains to side
pieces composed of two fleur-de-lis.
Confectioners are nothing If not up. to
date: ISOr the college graduate bsnbon boxes
are- decorated ln college colors. There are
others ln tho shape of Oxford caps, made of
silk and having a tassel ln college colors.
A roseate vision will bo the summer girl
who dons this outfit, displayed ln a shop
window; Pink s"llk parasol, a shirt waist of
tliin lawn and lace worn over a pink lining,
and a iroad rolling-brimmed white felt
haU about whose crown is twined a pink
crepe scarf, falling behind.
A simple linen dust cos? Is-trimmed effect
ively with green. The coat Is simply made,
straight ih the front; strapped across' with
three straps of the material, and is half
fitting In the back. There Is s facing cf the
pale-green linen on the cuffs." with" black
and white braid and velvet finishing the
edges. There are two rows of the braid and
a row of narrow velvet betneen. The broad
turn-oer collar of the linen has the inside of
pale green, also edged with the braid and
A shirt waist of pale blue liberty s!I)c has
a small pocket stitched on the left front and
about the stock of blue silk a long, full tie
of the same, hemstitched at th bottom and
falling nearly to the waist, mils of white
Valenciennes edge the front plait.
For the traveler are convenient blotting
pads with corners of heavy natural color
linen, hand-painted In flora! designs, corns
of these ore fitted with a linen-covered ex
tension at one side. Jn which Is Inserted a.
Checked rain and dust coats are the bu
rst. Thee popular garments have proven
their usefulness ln the season past, and the
chances are for their remaining for several
seasons to come. The newest model Is of
gray and white shepherd's plaid in water
proof silk. Tho loose semitltting back Is
laid in three box plaits, belted ln at tho
waist. An adjustable hood of gray silk Is
nttached to the collar. The sleeves aro ery
full, and are caught ln at the wrists with
strappings of gray eilk and smau eteel but
tons. Quaint and dainty and o!2-fastoned Is a
shirred waist of dotted Swiss. To simulate
a yoke effect there Is a double line of
shirring on cords across the front. The tops
SX K ". . -
iBBssiiiiHfci&iJflsKiiHniiBBsasWiK 1HB llnMnME
t KKJWs39aflsSsBST9S7isssssssssssssssBssSssH tSuf T IW IV 1 sisB lilsfuJW
ft 1 sUrallsnE9liB9BKK3JiRC4BEslsBiBHVSH Sv dulv sBr iL ISssU IllmrwJl ssV '
i, NJJ'SlSr.v'iN ?sstffPJsssy5ss535yyi5j J ? SsssisisisisisisisisisisW sJTV jflBKKklBSisisisisisViBSisK' 'issHsslssHA
tX)OL SILK.'ASD LACE COSTUME .A A-HAT SUGGESTION
WmTTEX FOH TUP SUNDAr REPUBIJC
rjV ARASOLS and the veils rlay very ilm
U portant parts In a fashionable wom
an's appearance this summer, 'and,
following the line of extravagance which
appears to be necessary ln order to be well
gowned, these so-called trifles are demand
ed in unusually large numbers. No longer
Is It possible to go through the summer with
one or two parasols; there must be any
number of them to carry out and complete
the beauty of each especial toilet. The or
dinary every-day parasol Is of taffeta. Green
has been popular, tremendously popular
the green parasol Is one of the mist sensible
and one of the smartest-looking that have
ben carried for a long time.
The old-fashioned coaching parasol in taf
feta, the handle of light wood, with a knob
at the end and with no ornamentation, is
trim and smart-looking with a pongee. lin
en or tailor gown of any kind. Sometimes
the parasol Itself K-decorated with lines of
hemstitching, but the favorite is perfectly
plain. Then there are the taffeta parasols,
adorned -with ruffles and trimmings. These
are worn with more elaborate gowns, not
necessarily any smarter ones. Then there
are the plain taffetas in blue and green,
with a wooden handle decorated with enam
el flowers or fruit or with handsome Dres
There are few silver or gold handles seen
now; those that are to be. had nre very ex
pensive, and for summerthe other materials
are better ln handles, for both silver and
gold are apt to rub off ontwhlto gloves. The
unllned chiffon parasols in whlto with rows
of lace, or entirely shirred or tucked, are
very elaborate and smart: absolutely use-
less as a protection from the sun, but very 1
charming. a -n-Onlsh to any elaborate cos- l There Js a chiffon veil In black, with a
tume. The lace parasols, lined with soma 1 fine dot at quite wide Interva's surround
falnt shade of pink or green, are Very he- - cd by an Irregular figure, and tfcj vtll Itself
of the sleeves are similarly shirred down,
and the cuffa ar formed all of shirring.
One or TJie latest Importations Is a yacht
ing coat of heavy white linen with collar
apd trimmings of Irish guipure. Th coat
is long and half-fltted. with an open neck
and bell sleeves, and it closed by means of
LIVE FOR YOUR FAITH. '
o he died for hla faith. That U flno
More than most of us do.
But. ray. can you add to that lino
That he lived for It, toot
In his death he bore witness at last
As a martyr to truth.
Did his life do the sama ln tho past
From the days of his youth?
It is easy to die. Men have died
For a wish or a whim
From bravado, or passion, or pridaj
"Was It harder for hlmT
But to live every day to 11 vo jmt
All the truth that he dreamt
"While his friends met his conduct
And the world with contempt!
"Was It thus that he plodded-ahead.
Never turning aside?
Then we'H'talk of the'llfe that ho lod.
Xeter mind bow he died..
? .if. Ulf V HI If I'll
Fs - icrosu-
coming. Xow the fad Is for real lace, mak
ing these charming ami dainty things enor
mously costly. All black parasols ln chlf
fqn or. in chiffon and Chantilly laces are
fashionable- and very attractive. Occasion
ally one Is seen with a lining of pale pink,
but. as a rule, the unllned black aro smart
est. There are two separate and distinct stjles
in jianuips, me snort anu inc iuuk t
long ones nave almost tne enect or tne 1.1
rectolre . cane, the handle finished with
enamel or china. In choosing a par
asol a great deal more attention ought to
be paid to the handle than is generally
thought. It Is so easy to buy an -uncomfortable
handle, one that will soon ruin th
gloves. Fortunately this year there Is great
variety among the sensible ones. A plain
handle is always the best when a very ex
pensive on cannot be chosen, for even ln so
small a matter as that, simplicity is better
style than an ornate and cheap Imitation.
The numbsr of veils that can be worn with
any one hat and by any one woman this
year is surprising. To begin with, there Ij
always the face veil of plain dotted mesh
generally, and double one with white lulls
underneath, and black net over it. Tnen
pinned loosely to the hat. generally worn
thrown back. Is a long chiffon cr grenaJ
veil, whlh is supposed to add a picturesque
appearance to the wearer. The green vtlls.
like everything ln that color, nre i tremen
dously popular that the danger Is they will
soon go out tit fashion: but thev haw their
rivals in the brown of all shades which for
years liae been considered a c.-cat prottc
tlon to the eyes, and which, like thuie new
green chiffon veils, are worn pinned loosely
to the brim of the hat so that they can te
thrown back -without being taken oti.
i i9IMSMlil WimlmmUil Wkmmi IWIi ill A
&Rr- SsSooyCvVsssBm ti lTyBssVsWiBHM3H if Wl" It lmiwfi I U Bill HlsTBI Hwli: MnJil If! IKIIff Wl fl
m " "StTi'htnsSamSrmwi Mull & if I
iWrWmmlm IK Lit
Jr JTrfjCl .riUstfHsj'Wsmf 111133 ij'lll 'Hi
sssstssssW I sNSsCTSgasssssWsgla&tjAtS-C-r l'j7hllitiat-SiMtKK mill 'Ifllj If
with TH irM WM v "In Ifr i p5 - -"gjilil T I r rrr a.
FOR AUGUST. SOFT, PLIABLE
finished -with a narrow edge of lace, which
is very pretty, and the ends as they fall
over the back of the lint look almost llko
lace ends. The old-fashioned tambour lace
ones are also very fashionable, and then
are worn ln such a way that they can bo
turned back from the face 01 worn over It
as desired. The prettiest are ln white, but
there aro very many ln black.
In buying a lace veil. It U better to get
the best or none at all, and a chiffon veil
with pretty figures Is far better than a.
coarse Imitation lace, which is never be
coming when put over the face.
Little "White Daisy.
Little white daisy, with eye of gold.
Tell me tho songs you know.
I see you bending; I know you're cold
When the tig wind Is a-blow.
Where does the humming bird build
Where Is the fairy's ring? .. ,
I tried to find out from the little
He couldn't tell me a thing.
Little white daisies, with dresses new.
Standing all In a row.
Who la your teacher now. tell me true.
Why do you bend vour heads so?
Is It an elfin man making you dance.
Slnglne his fairy song?
Little white daisies, you only can pranc
All the summ'r day long.
Little white dalsv. with eye of gold.
Out In the chilly night:
Down In the gras It must be so cow.
Fold no your dresses white.
Have you no ronmmn to cuddle you up
Out of the rain and the dark?
Did she forcet to gve you vour cup
By the old firefly's spark?
Little white daisy, with sleepy eye.
What a brave daisy you are.
Out In the darkness your rcof the sky.
Your lamp a shining star.
Tet I suppose the wind sings you .o sleep.
Out frem the .sunset hill? , ,
Little wh'te dasy. musn't vou peep " "
VUa lbs red robin is stlU?
9lBtfSSBSSBSFSTfffTBrlEl Rvj rsssrUlvLiSifes.
9 v y
MATERIALS ARE ESPECIALLY
FLOWERED SILKS AND MUSLINS.
WnnTEJ- FOR THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC.
LOWERED muslins and silks are now
sold for far Ies3 than tho prices asked
for them early ln the season, and aro
more the fashion for young girls as well as
for older women. It Is a mistake, however,
to choose too large n pattern or too vivid
colorings, or any design ln w hlch there aro
colors liko purpla or yellow mixed with llcht
Diue. as is oiten seen In the muslins of this
season. Dotted muslins nr. m, m. .!
l. . . . -
season. Dotted muslins arc much more ex
pensive than the plain and are rather old
ln effect, but often among them aro to be
found very effective patterns and colors, so
they must net be absolutely tabooed.
Plain white organdies and lawns are tho
moat economical purchases that can be
mado. for there Is never any danger that tho
colors will fade- but. of course, tho expense
of trimming must needs be considered, for
the plain white muslin requires quite an
amount of lnri. at- mhAi,f.-.. . 1 ...
fectivo as a flowered' m.wiin t-i, .!
plalts aro so fasUonable this voir th-it 1.
ixiu.B iu mane a gown look very smart
with much less quantity of lace or embrold-
crj. ino iucks. Horizontal "- .-.i-..rtr.
'narrow or broad, add greatly to tho appear-
"" "u " nne nand work Is always
preferable to machine, a tine stitch in ma
china work Is all that Is necessary, a few
rows of tucks In the floutcv. rows of tucks
on- the upper part of tho skirt ond lower
part of the waist, giving the effect of a
yoke, are most attractive j:nU can be ar
ranged so as to launder welL
Grass linen costumes and the pltln linen,
made in shirt-waist wyle with gored skirt
and blouse waist, are extremely fashionable
this summer for eirls from r to is vmm
oFace. ThLZ. ,.-", 7. , iS2
of age. These gowns are s id at sumrls-
lngly low prices 'readv made and are ex-"trtmely-rood-tylei-"
There la no trimming
I necessary, the fancy pearl buttons with.
APPROPRIATE FOR THE
which the waist Is fastened, the bright rib-'-
Don. collar and belt giving a smart finis
quite ln accord with the rather mvere flnls;
of the gown. If any trimming Is needed to
make the waist becoming an embroidered
white collar, cuffs and band down the front,
of tho waist will be a great addition.
Nun's veiling In dark blue and ln all light
Phades Is a fashionable material. A light
I hMA I'DllTni. .-Imvniul ...th V.llnvr II1M IS nnt
blue veiling trimmed wth vcllow lace is not
' ",;. """""" ;v " , -i-i
considered at all too old a gown for a girl of
15. although her mother may have one or
the same material. When It. Is usej in a
frock for a voun girl the skirt is mado
plain that is. without trimmlci but thero
Is lace on the waist DUt on ln revers. or
collar, nnd there Is tucked batiste collar
edged with lace. With the dark blue veil-;
Ings the same stylo of trimming is popular,'
Thero Is a pretty summer hat in one ofr-
' the smart shops trimmed with white mull
and white wings. That is a combination
which Is always pretty to wear with sum
mer gowns, and seems to be universally lnf
fashion, and always ln good taste for occi-l
sions where simple hats to wear with Sims'
pie Ilsht frocks are ln demand.
One of the most delicate of hats Is ofl
white morning glories, the flowers of silk!
and cry natural, leaves of green wlth.1
the Cowers, and a tcarf of white chlffonj
with short tucked ends at the back.
One or tho odd hats of the season 1st
something ofia broad-brimmed sailor shape.,
t Tke .uooer part of the rim Is covered wtthr
i "tlste a broad band cf It having two
fancy end; and a simple pattern of taca set
Into It- In addition to this, across th
front of the hat is a big green quill. th
lower part-of-tha nulll belmr macs Of te
numerable small feathers.
-wr i-r...f .-yTft-.;ft