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WOMAN'S VA BI ED INTERESTS
VERY LARGE OR VERY SMALL ARE FURS Diminutive Mutis ?md I luge. Capacious One.*; Are Found Side by .Side. Rivalling Each Other in Popularity?Both Fur and Velvet Used?Fur Edging Ap pears on ?Surplice Coats. PLICE CUT COAT RECEIVES SPECIAL VALUE THROUGH A PUR EDGING, WHICH LY DISAPPEARS INTO THE BELT. BUT IF THE NECKPIECE IS DIMINUTIVE. THE i. FOX MUFF IS GIGANTIC BY CONTRAST. F' ? r : fuTs."mean ? ries ol ? the i uch in i.cains? outline ? , in common .' ? the to] ? er coi pped t" Pona t ?.pro '<>u> Pe? ?? eis. I M .; ? ? ; length, ... / ;. vanity t. -.-? arely far - on this : a touch of to the de.. [ni the front ? -lit ends ? Monktt Daatrnctlva to s?.ft PeHe. . r.mg half, of monkey, runs and the : ? re o: back i ? ' . almost ? ?? ..son that Its I I 1 ,:facc. Had . with a ? ' ; ; i.ave indicated that two] --r. I g ?<Jr il II h midauffl January. ?ly or ? or coat ? ? fhtly with ? ? , i with - Fur-Trimmed \. a fetching ci-uacter i.s well, because they look ! smart with either morning of after? noon ?tree! than pillow-shaped i the i F port ol a velvet and fur. The "harr- I," 01 . definitely round' : ? oblond, divide? the affair : ,1 tito-de? ? but carving towei . inl ?,r under a pair bicfa ma) '..? eithei looeely knotted or allowed '?? full half waj to th.' waial Im?'. In ?my event, the threat l? ? ? i !?.. a i?, rid ??' fui 'ii!mi: ihr Standing Neckpiece, i ?-? ninny of the collar? attached noon wraj ?operate neckpiece haa a way ??f hold ., from tho ?hould ih? ?idea and of keeping . ?ible aloof from them nt '.ii.- back. an admirable at ? ? m the ei lar belonging t?. n nee it I?, not liku H t.? interfere \- th .'.?I emah down permai I j of any coot with v. .-? worn. n<\ which s won, only with a me during the afternoon, rded in many quartera appear? in .ill fur?" of lllii.|tie ,r?? decidedly diminutive, notably ? ? ..elope ?ce? . 01 y, t acare? the ?1? broad Ihi all white costume with a lich il .- ?hown ? i em elop ng a rap is discai th? ca ' i ? rcling ? iturt i ? which, ? the bol ter lin? tow? ard the cen? . ; oint which is writ ? ;i ? - niiiur ed and b throat i inning : ?r-r. OUI VIVE? MILITARY DRESS! Effects from Uniforms of All Nations .Arc Appearing to Charming Advantage Upon Walking Dresses, Suits. Wraps ?md 1 lats. NATURA] ' .' non fen fashion at the b? | course, a li rials for eostum? at once be mart matter bow strong! >:i i may be h?-r sympatl i;,rl who knowa the importance ways being attractively garbed ? ni .- to voluntnr.lv tran form I b guy out of sure pat Velvet | hree-Plece Salt. Decidedly Freneh is a walking cos turne of black velvet. Black silk brai straps centred with tiny velvet but tons-set closely togeth? . n - ? v pro duce a severe military appearance which la cleverly "?*?*, t b) ? ? moire, broadly encircling tin 1 pa and knotting at left-centre ol Irop la a pair of long ? c, which .-. ? below the waist i ?ne, ? ? the kirt and basque, whose only trim? ming is I '? sd braid -i act into low dropp? I ere rather narrow *o half way b I i lbow and WT?sI ' . Next to the ?. ? ,. again i rrov band of grebe, ms i ? C ."in.? iiitllo box coat. ? i-a-.vn ? wrap < broadly ? rom th? ahoul t the arm '..'?. in i,?''.1 ? ? ed to the i ? ?re length, and about ( ? robe collar ! which rolls in unis?n with the one on' Ith? frock. A ?u.ft crowncQ, broad briminrd som .??" black velvet euggeate the m eoldiory of liprht opera rather arnest eol? I ;rope. ? ? ipeau is extrem??!;,* I Ii d for l'i? ?agin, the Boepafciri. , r braid and embroidery ? \y ap, . i!.--iiict!y mili .-oatume of black cloth a:.?l taf? feta. All of the tirisei il 0:1 a closely fitted brondcluth baaque, wbeae front.? , j.-i ?! ..:..! ? ' h two traj rho 1 . er joins th? ' over the hi] the upper t-r?.up 1 where thi front.- ?how the beginning? oi ? , ? ? cloth 1 ilder with , I ? ch, about th?? pi a taffeta tunic ?pi? ,, tl ? nai roweat of black , c:.>th 1 m of I Wir? - I I 1 mo?! '.illiou? *?*??* abouti a shirt of tin- typa exploited by Eu? ?hen she v.- Kmpi.- .. I . ? on as 'tell as af Prance \\ rap ??111, Officer?? I ape "i ape wraps have beOB del , d Sth." One has be? n hearing and I eing with that reatarh for months. \i.d yet accasioi ally ens comes u\. b cape ?rap which la appealing to ay all nil-;', p has Individuality. It ?!-?r -rent, ami BUS believes that "flare" by 'he , . woman. It would be a tremeadoaa aac ??? Such S wrap of whits doth was worn ai the last of the open air boi l boa by a girl who lends cachet to most or her garments. And, after all, tin wrap was not much. Jusl n scant, straight-cut, single-breasted, thrce qnarter coat, cloaed with sis big but? tons of black velvet matching patch pockets, deep cuff's nnd .-,-. It.croyable collar. A sharp, long point coming over each collarbone hinted that it belonged t., something pertaining to the back of the garment. That hint was not mislead-' lag, ?'or the points proved to be the ; ends of a black vel. e'.-lined white cloth "o'hcr's" cane, which full in deep folds to below the knees, but made no pre text of protecting the arms. A stun- ' ning effect in magpie, yet simple withal. For Dinner or Dance The Evening Gown with Bodice Chiefly Girdle Is in Evidence. VEXING gowns ate so alluring this season thai 11 is hard for discriminating shoppei , betw? Most ef n of salmon colored ' Thl bod? ice, a h ich I? : with n bow anil I , ? ? \ w ide Umpire jird of rosel bach and righl side. The circular skirt, which i-i wid fn-.-,loin in dai ;?? it ... P Pearl Trimmed (?rein Chiffon. Another sketch on tl I page shows a . of Nile green chiffon . . '1 he bod? ? ind of white satin und? r? neath the ? ' I above the ? line, an? of II forma the I The upper i- f the bodice i of i ? I of flesh colon ,1 chif? fon finished with pearl trimming. oi th? kirt ar? trimmed, and t ? bud ? und? meat l he underskirt 11 of s dion p fon. Thii fro be had in many Colors. Price. E An n.' i" i v? and a very pn 11 , ? in* 01 A ? ' armholi ? re bound The tv. n-t ? h e band ol Pri? Wide Blecb Velvet Girdle. A. frock thai NILE GREl \ < till TON OVER NE /'. i o wide girdle v. In, . uf t!-?- . . witli a square .?p?-t. neck and Hini ehifl I tUI I, at I line, n mo ' ( hiffon-Trimmed < ?i> Sleevee, of pal? adorn? : liinrurr . . a long < draped ' kirt < ' n. A SALMON < OLOR SATIS IN EM? PIRE EFFECT. - . ... r p j I ho ' ' made it, a certain frock ? I . I be ?I? ' g made chiffon \?a; of figured r..-. m ?I and finish? ?1 with imall ing circular tunic fa',1? an accordion pleated um!? - Thla frock, which 1- being ahown in th< d? partaient of a good shop, ; Price* | Left Side ef Black Velict I? Slee?clo??. ?; over old gold net form? ? . ?? gon n. TI a o? i t boaal of gold , ?ii?' rlghl ? ? ? trimmed at the i ? raj of pinl In the ? ? rt are tnmm.'.l ? : band of black ve et Pi THIS LONG COAT GREEDILY SNATCHES -TTI OF THIS COM-, AND EMPHA SIZES POSSESSION BY A BINGLE Bl rTON AND ASSERTIVE BUTTONHOLE, Tllh SAME TREATMENT BEING ACCORDED fHE SLEEVES. SOCIETY CROWDS TO BRIDAL Miss Young Has Choral Service at St. Thomas's for Wedding to L. II. I line?Miss Calhoun I o Be Dutch Barons Bride. rhoBM l'a Chu 1 ????'ith .1 ri Vork ?eciety yoel ?on for the marnai:.- of I . kter of Mr. and Mr-?. K?l Voung, to I.yman Mortl I ip Ii BO, ol iliis city. of the churcli were >'?" I ? ? d to I which was benked a ith I ami white ? ' i Bee. Dr. Erneat M. I IL. Stoddard, ? s.'.v i Itjr, perl which area follow? i bj ' the S'. EU | service. Th? bride, arh her :"??'. : embroidered in | - tulle : veil wee h< Id by : bloeeei lili? i-? ?' ? ? Smith ' was the n other Mr.-. F. Wortl .? . Mer : Stillt wert all dr? ? ' ? .. er a er lace. 1 h r;. ' ' carri? William K. !? David Do? !. Low, Alfred de Silv? r, 1!. Lloyd ; -ham and ?? I r- their weddini de a rll makf t h-.,r home in ? ? ? Mr?. K. F. . V . nd Mrs. F. L. Mr, and Mrs. H meyer, George F. Bak? r, Mr 1 . linker, jr., Mr. and Mr?. Harry !'. :' \. ' . l"r. and Mrs. William Hey? . . : >. Paul D. ?. ravath, M ? Gwendolii Hilda Holmes, M Bi , Mi Mir-. Will; || ' Helen HolT tot, Mra. Ii. I. Low, Mr. a: . ' Sidm . Mr. ..'.?I Hi Harr: -t.- '-I?' \i | Mr?. G. E. Id?-, Mr. and M Gifford and i. ' Mia? Julia J. * . in, has compli wedding to Bare of th? ?gal 'i- m Washington, which a ;'l b? m St. 1 hon Mr . ton, Del., and Mi ?- Newell W. 1 ? of this city, will be matroi and John l . ? air,oui,, . the I.ri.lr. will act ? ? page. Joi W. II. d? ? tary of tl . ? ; Eugene E. Du Pont, Le^ -?. ?; Il i E. Calho ami J? the bri lio . ., the bi Bei mutiler will ai i ?> fi "in Holla' "lontll ? I of the Cen? l i Coi ? by a rcr-er, | | home l.dison I sar th. itai ee Hi. Mr. and Mr ?"', ?ill !>?? married I ? \ N iaa Baraet I Mr?. ' ?rdsj. 'n r 21, at < "f Mr. an?l , it only reis ?iiony. Mr. i Corning, of 1 semas of their ..... liai -, to I 1 I Mrs. Theodore D Kort Broohlya. Mr. tig? Mr and Mrs. J have ... from ? Long im. Mr - All - ? il dinner dance. ??? doned. Mr. "? ; ... ' land, L?ot Mr Cleveland I ? tal? Mr. and ' ard N. Br? armed in ' ? The Ambassador from Bi Mme ' '?a. ?ai I I H ll\|R_-| IHlkM.. ? . Thorne, and Harris Traill I (Colonel comb. ? ? II. I. ? ? ? ? emu I h,- bride, w bo ? white '? Gilli ? ' and the \ -,. |, ton, Henry < ' Harol Mr. Luscomb was ^raduate?l from . If You Are Shopping and i-nit hnrl exactly what you want, call The Tribune Information Service, Beekman 3000. and we will tell you WHERE TO GET IT. Or, If You Are in a 1 lurry and haven't time to write ub, or it you don't want to run around in the shops, sear? hing for .my ,?tti? ?< of apparrl, 'PHONE US, and we will Ii?-lp you out. THE TRIBUNE !..?s juet .nst?ll--d an INFOR? MATION SERVICE, to save time and ei lor you by TELLING YOU WHERE you can get ANYTHING YOU NEED, whether it be ? button, a bathing suit, ? governeaa or ,t rag <<irp**t. ?(us INFORMATION SERVICE will be open to the us:* ot TRIBUNE readers from 10 .( m. to 0 p. in. dailj ? WOMAN'S PAGE BINDERS. As many of the articles on this page will be continued from day to day, The Tribune, for the convenience of those who may wish to preserve the pages, has had made an original and unusual binder. 7his binder holds sixty single newspaper pages, and will be sold at cost, thirty cents, postage prepaid. Note._On receipt of a self-addressed stamped en? velope T'r.e Tribune will furnish the names and addresses of the shops from which the articles describid on thi? page are taken.