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title: 'El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, March 12, 1910, FASHION EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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Saturday, March. 12, 1910.
FASCINATING FOOTWEAR FASHIONS,
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER. .
JST." said I. "they blister!"
"But," said the shoe buyer,
with finality, "they bewitch!"
a Which Is aa adequate reason
for the fact that It Is to be a
pump season at whatever cost
to heels and hosiery. Not even the sang
ankle strap will be permitted to the
woman who would be ultra-fashionable.
A new cat of the vamp Is said to have
Improved the fit of the pump to such an
extent that there was ample room for
Improvement many a callosity and blister
will testify to that the ankle strap has
been, omitted from the smartest style
far spring and summer wear.
The patent and the dull ' finished
leathers win be used for the street boots,
ss will also suede, in black. But the shoe
buyer affirmed that colored suede would
be seen no more 'neath the petticoats of
the correctly clad. He discoursed thus:
Silk and satin shoes and pumps are
expected to displace entirely the colored
suedes. "We are now, showing1 , many
novelties In these silk shoes." Some are
made entirely of the silk or satin, while
others have only the silk tops. The satin
is used, of course, for the boots intended
By Rene Mansfield.
for dressier wear. Tussah and pongee
silks in blue and black will be much
tt-,-vp ttii Tm nir m!t this season."
"Oxfords and two-eyelet ties will be
second in favor only to pumps. Tan will
be used moderately, and later on we ex
pect a bigger season on white kid boots
and oxfords than we haveseen for soma
The show cases axe distracting with
their dainty rows of dancing slippers and
their charming boudoir sandals. Gold
slippers, that look as though a Cinderella
had dropped them in her haste to be
away from the grime and smoke, have
rosettes of the gold cloth that look like
flower petals. Low cut French slippers
of black satin have no ornament save a
single rhinestone that serves to empha
size the graceful curve from instep to
toe. Black suede slippers often have tne
high gold heel, which, women have found
does so much to shorten the appearance
of the foot. A more daring use of this
Idea is when a scarlet heel is put on' a
black slipper and a narrow rim of red Is
stitched about the top.
Beaded effects are used as extensively
on fashionable footwear as on every other
part of this metallic season's costume
Sometimes but the toe of the boot Is
worked out in jet or other beads; some
times a boot Is strapped above the ankle,
each strap being heavily beaded In intri
cate designs. A black suede shoe wa
seen having a heavy extension sole, but
fastened to the full shoe height by means
of straps about two Inches apart. An
other novelty In cut is a street shoe with
a wing tip which buttons down to tha
very point of the tip at the side of th
shoe. This shoe also was cut entirely
in one piece on the inner side, the only
seam being at the button lapping.
At last may the woman who does with
out flannels that she may wear silken
hosiery rejoice greatly and buy her
flannels. There is a new silk stocking
on the market of Italian silk that is
practically guaranteed. It Is not trans
parent, but has the appearance of a fins
silk glove, and it is declared that no more
need one note an infinitesimal hole at the
extreme top of a stocking, and while one
is noting, note again that it has sped
wickedly down to the extreme toe. This
hose does not drop stitches.
Embroidered hosiery Is well liked at
present, and open work, in both silk and
lisle will be much worn. Two-toned
effects are good, and the opera hose is
shown in a variety of combinations. ...
.HE will glitter, she will dazzle,
she will tinkle the fashionable
woman of the season when she
is arrayed In panoply of the
latest jewelry conceits. Jeweled
bandeaux for the hair, neck
laces, dog-collars, chains, bracelets, din
ner rings, jingling trinket sets, and tink
ling purses like the lilting lady of his
tory, "she will have music wherever she
She may look like an empress, or like
some barbaric queen, with a head dress
of pearls like a coronet, or strands of
multi-colored gems caught Into great
cabochons above the ears. The seed pearls
are probably the best liked for adorning
the coiffure. These are often Incrusted
In flowerlike forms on a band of gauze
or tulle which Is twined about the head
end fastened, preferably at the right side,
with a large cabochon of the pearls.
Jet continues to be popular, and the
effectiveness with which it was worn with
white gowns, as well as black, during
the winter assures its use with the light
gowns of summer. Coronals, long jet
chains and a series of slides, through
wnlch may be threaded black tulle for
the throat, are among the favored forms
most in demand.
Trinket sets ranging In price from ten
to thirty dollars are among the fads of
the fastidious woman. These consist of
a ring which may be slipped over the
style of suede is suspended from a. gold
-5 T A X TTr-r T ii A TT Btyle oC suede Is rosPended from a gt)M
A N ! T H A K bar with heavy knobs at each end, about
V jTL NJL X 1 x -ill! V TChich the silk cord-handle is carried. A
By Jane Brayton.
finger, from which five chains of varying' Oriental designs
lengths are hung. At the end of each
tiny chain is a miniature aid to beauty
an eye brow pencil, rouge box, powder!
box, mirror, and also a ball-like coin
purse. Parisian women, who have ever
been most frank in the public appliance
of make-up, make use of all of these
trinkets, quite unmindful of onlookers.
With the Increasing vogue of silver these
sets have been made up in attractive
Imitations of the Mexican filigree work,
which sell at a reasonable figure.
It Is predicted that mesh bags install
metals will be greatly used this season.
These are seen in gun metal, silver and
gold In plain designs and also in stunning
combinations of metal worked Into stripes,
with the frame studded with rhlnestones
or colored gems. One particularly hand
some one seen In a Paris shop had a set
pattern In the mesh worked out in differ
ent colors of gold and silver, with di
amonds sprinkled all over between the
links like dew drops.
In the leather hand bags the gray and
lavender colorings are easily in the lead.
a AArided nnveltr in auto or saman
style that is favored for a calling rather
than a shopping bag Is of soft, natural
colored leather, which Is embroidered In
with burnished gold
This 13 carried by an
leather has a frame of metal; anotaer their savse appearance.
thread and braids.
old gold cord.
And now milady has a new place to
secrete her vanity box. It Is a wonder
she hasn't found the handy hiding place
before now in the top of her umbrella
handle, to be sure. These are now being
shown with flattened round tops of gold
or silver which may be opened by a tiny
spring, disclosing a mirror In the top
and a- crystal lined hollow for powder
with a tiny puff ready for use. The lid.
is sometimes jeweled elaborately or has
simply the monogram engraved upon It.
Shirt waist sets are to be found la
every design. These usually come in sets
of three pins, two for the collar and one
for the inevitable jabot. Extra lonar jabot
pins in eccentric craftsman design axe
for nse with the velvet neck bows, which
are still being worn, and with the tulle
bows. As for hatpins, they continue to
be as-big-as-all-out-doors, with a prefer
ence for those of the wicked looking spike
variety. Ornamental guards for their
-vicious points have been devised, how
ever, which will rob them somewhat 02
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Very Shapely and Dainty
Are Our New Models for
Spring Footwear for Ladies
Will he pleaded and
satisfied if yoti buy
yotir Easter Shoe?
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Vtimps Sailor Ties
High X5oe Ojc fords
In Our Spring Stock
Of coxirsa we can easily please
the older men.
DO NOT overlook your
Easter Shoes. Shoes always play
a most important part in the dress
of any man or woman. There's a touch
of style and wellbredness to our Shoes, and we've
such a variety of models and colors of leathers that
you're sure of finding here
JUST YOUR EASTER SHOE!
Each department is complete and some of the styles Tve are just now showing for
the first time.
Easter Footwear for Women
Patent Oxfords, Ankle Straps and Pumps, plain or with a variety of ornaments,
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 suid $5.50
Black Suede Pumps and Ankle Straps,
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.50
Ed Oxfords, Ankle Straps and Pumps; also White Canvas,
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.
- Easter Footwear
v For Men
"Regent1 Brand, all leathers, Q ff
"Success" Brand, all leathers, -also -white Q C5i
canvas, "for $- OU
"Guarantee Special," all leathers, rt a
"TTurlev" Brand, all leatHiers. iU p
for . . 7. 93 .'
"Edwin Clapp" highest dAA 7 f(
grade made 4O.UUand3 i W
Thousands of pairs and hundreds of styles for the
misses, boys and children.
Infants' Oxfords, Ankle Straps ry g ri
and Pumps from v OCto4A 0
Cliildren's Qxfords, Ankle rifc-l (f (J1 PA
Straps and Pumps tj 1 UUto $1 mOJ
Small misses' Oxfords, An- di OE CjJOAA
kle Straps and Pumps tpiaOto Z.UU
Large misses Oxfords, An- - JfA tfJQ JJA
kle Straps and Pumps P 1 .OUto $eDU
Young ladies' Oxfords, An- rt- 7 C tfQ JJA
kle Straps and Pumps pl Oto t))OU
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221 Snn Antonio St.
122 Texnt, St.