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Youthful Effects in Velvet Frocks |n 1 ighl Shadet This Material Is Suitable for Debu? tantes 0? ?VOTl ?nTi he aeeoaapltahtd even .. clever plsy pineua of h :tTi>n else?. - m bet la to a ??re very alaaaal ?n e fancies in the wag ot rai OB horn?? I. ? \ el? et and Fili-h. lOT and ilo?'Vrli.??i, gh I fully f* the - : I ?-, ?. hipa ?nil the polonaisn-opened itnrt at the ? th? anl Irs, under ? m caneea it to ? I th? t ark of th? a? ta "ton t t i? fln . Il s hf\T-.?l of fnr, which nfop? ritl th? pempnaa ??' e polonaise over , rpeana the fonr rming the front por ? eh pom -?? : .-???: th? ?tir i Innvnlnaa ? nek in laid in two anelat un ?'-?? neck, at ? formed by hali againat the velvet the ? - fnr tr?an? ? e d?butante who - and Bend Trimming. ? ranee that - te rial wan ? ? reara ago ? i ??i the neutral-' ? wom ? of neutral hut velvet ithful ? fronts ? ? ,-irdle I fi -, ? der the r^hort fall The ? front, . form rne under rows. . ? ? ? n it? charm ?-Tailored Suits lient Models, Mod rued. Are f ound tl Shops. i ? ell 1 red ?nit ailor. Hut ? I im iul1 ? Ij tailored. liff? int in ? ? ,,el, velvet. ll away h a broad band, ghl in hack, ? ' i : ? .: ?./, SEALtSKIN. WM ni fmk Mm Creu* leeora o blacft beaver fo?we with fom$ of | i?^. ;s due. w?ro : gerniahingi the gown would mpliclty and its youthful appearance. PUtniaoQM Pompadour Creation. Silver la.- ? con, hir.ation in evening gowns which il ereeting ?i veritable senaetion among thou?, women v.! a mi ?ty of pietnreeqne r a pettieoet of silver lace is the circular-cut sk:rt of turquoise blue velvet wh:ch fun ir enaemble. The ak rt, fil the edge with a clus? ? with .1 cluster of pink t ea com?? bi I ween tl the upper , .. silver laee on the bodice, which the girdle encircles. cloth foundation of tl jacket runa toward the should? ? shows plainly between the V?opened fronts half way te thn elbOW :. bands which about the arms. The hair of the manikin wh i ? ? ? I thia coal . . ? eat beauty. True it ia large type have, bro; Ig, gone ?n. Hut witl . ' ime r;r tOM t? ' mony would not comb and 1 loops. Tl et-in sleeves are i th two collar, win, h i in the form of a rm he, ia of : ind of fur in the mid, ? The circular pored skirt lias a dia? mond shaped point on each side which form,. Ig the front be ordered in any color Trice, | The- ? -i sketched with the s . harming i tunic .. -oft crown is trimmed bon loops. This : I in I By color Shirred and Sllghtlj Flaring (oat. . etyn Boit t''at: !i K"?"l looking. The Ringle breasted, thn t--i)uartei length coa* ? shirred ea each tailored efeet, end go*9 "?'?" " '""'' tutm "' the euie lack of tl <'?"' back a little I I I'll '?i'' ?re Big r"ws of *??' .lowing the dictates el the oaw silhenette. t_t Mitt Laura Ho ? pa uve vtlvtt in "The Phantom Rival" at tht Belatco Theatre. The oblong lace collar is trimmed with ermint at are the euffe, a ha? a di r? The tip-ht ?leave? bs**< i th? outside, which reach t.. I striking an tl - deep ? ufl n.'ll ciliar of Heal. i>r? the left .-.ile, just below the collar, ? i i placed, giving just the touch 0? ? lit need?. The ? klrt ?i ?1 "red al trie waiat line ar.il belted. Ii ? nloieil on ' ??? ?id? feet, ftniahed nith i Price, |8f Smart f.reen Yeliet Hat. Worn With it in a smait ha' ot \olvet, with a ?Oft, ?hil I I d Cl ?WB ami turnover bum, trimmed with ribbon. An ami* : front, while -:i back era two tab? "r the ribbon, h? aded by a doable pump bow Price, Decidedly new is a suit of taupe colored broad? loth, mad? with B hip length seat, i . have braid trimmed euff?. it ling collar of U which buttons high, at. I rent ia military affect The shirt ? ' is very pretty and baa thl ? each piped w.th braid. Tl also be had in -thi I I W**i - Of >Vine Calaran Biaadklath. The shori yeh? coal el ? ? ? tinetivi cloth, is llightlj ;..,! th? hack fall? Ii pr? -,t-in ?lee*? finiahed with braid. The froi trimmed with I '? ' ' ? ' With braid, ?ncaeetlng a military and is faateaed with four ? velvet I? Baished with fur. The - pointed circular yoke tunic OB the sid. s and fnU? over an S ikirl of velv,-. Pri?e, Ml Coat Ha*. Plantad i ">?<r Beetle? I alt moderate in | rice I atyle is of dark brewa broadcloth. Th cost ismsde in two -.-?' ,, || plain and tooU th. neck, with a turnover collar ? * pleat which extend right to the edge. Lorn avea have turnback cutis o the broadcloth. The yoke .-kirt has pleat back and iront, outline l b r onei on each m,i,-. Thi model may be bad in any coloi Prie? Hem CM Out in Square?. \ i,m, evening gown that is ex . Qgly smart is of pink ? la. The surplice boilico has : wide girdle, winch toward th.- hack i lowered, as th? surplice pi.-ces ar? brought eutaide and flniahed with i largo bow. The short sleeves ar.- ?, -ilk net The long straight skirt of taf . i bosa hem la cut out in squares has a short tunic put on frith ??? beed ing of roaebude. The bottom of tin tunic is edged with a silver trimming Russian Fitcli Set for Small l.irl. Of good style is a set of Russian would be the delight of a youngster about twelve? Its small *cari, which buttons high at the throat, is lined with s.itin. I'rice, S13 76. A i-run 11 plain mutf to match complet?-. this set. I'rice of mu.T. $10 75. A lovely red fox set has a full scarf ? 1 with the heal, teil and paws. Sueh n Ml is very i.prr"Pr: ita f-,r a young girl, as it is neither too old rr^r ? ?., young. Price of ecarf, :" muff, ?. \ el-.it Handed (?abardine Tunic. Excellant for semi-dre.-? wear i* a seit of dark blu?- gabardine combined With Velvet The thr.?'-quurt?T length coat cut away in front fasten-? down the centre front with six fane, bat . tons, while in tl"' back there is a i hand of the material, und?-r is an invert? d box plea' .-. tight .?1er. ' w Ith a buttoned strap of bine velvet H I .re of gabard:nr. 11.?. ha Bg -i yoke tunic ? . gaberdine, which is gathered at trie bottom und.-r a wide ve!\et land. ? i'rice. fit*. ? ?' ??. and ?'? Uses of Draperies. t Should n<* a Frame to th'* \\ indow. 4 /-\ the el I i win? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? window? '?? the mo ' carcfi . an i riet ? ? ? from the ? ' ? ? . ! inc.' to ' tho interior from the m icy window pane?, .1 tei ?!? n iecord with Decoratire Scheme. must ?? "t s room, and they mu it g,**? '"harsc ter te surrounding?, where d? character ?i needed, A I ; ? i r.. r. 01 'uinir room i,r ranged in the "m: ???:' i i ?? a i "i..- ; rathi ? II si ?!?>? ?if airy and deli? ? ?to ' ? I of linn lac. . i I uffl? d munlin, such an inter;?.. h ,e of material? which i .iwhat ? r, held and utrikinti, bul draperie?, on the other band, i ? whoUy ant of place in a r." ?? room arrangod m the ?tjrl? ef ' xvi, when the more d?licat? .lr;. would be moro correct. B it sty of curtain fabrics that then axiata . meterla] altabls foi eoneelTable use. Windows are now univ. rolling ? had? ?, ? ra a her? blind ? or "shutters' ira a ?? ? ? ?, and many hone? ? ? ? l'Iin. n t or scrim ?I riil the win Inner draper!? ? ? thonl ? ring ly th"ir qnal I and for sereenlni ? \ principle follow.'?! h. many deco ? curtains of plain fab ric? at the windows Of room-, ? ill? are hutiir; with paper I a pattern and to eonflm ? to wiri.ii," l of 1 ni th plain ] i t? rula i . ' ?a are not numerou?, and ?'?? of curtain material? r and patten . and hardly without the ad ? competent ai 'or. I or the Heal lasportaat Ri.i. For a - loom or any o more important room? of a bom may nss appropriately curta ? ,: I? ? .-, I !.. will--h ate W01 pain, and which appear in very . '_. and beautiful patterns. Curt? Hru.nnelg lace are mually th? mo rnb ?* ai net laundered when ? Very nearly as desirsbls and durable, ring - the decora: ?.ted by a- | ? heavy .cum witl g of 1 >? or of an ioi th an as ? ? - i ? ii in color upon lac. . i. .1 inexpensive cur . . . ... which .. the :-i?. >dg?'?i W l'a i ur!. ? ,,r w ? i ? o be hung that ? 'ii folds ?ust ? longei ? .1 pre ? ? most univ? ? wonderfully in i ? r or fabric . them M'lVl ir the axer? much taste, for ? , cur ? ? to the - ? drawn by cords across ? . id with where ? v nn?l Made-at-Home Christmas Gifts. Tin-' -.'!:! ha caes ?- in cross stitch forms ? I t bit oi Tension, at 25 cents a ? . I der design is worked in pink and | green, the > ket ;n brown, the ioi?,s ?o two aha?'. the leaves \ half-inch ben aero?? ? ?n. After ? cloth o\cr the ? n ? .The cas?* :s thai stitches i There is a town in Connecticut which is sometimes called "The Nuremburg of America." Here is where most American toys come from. As Santa Claus will likely make this his headquarters this year, every child will be anxious to read the story of this town, which appears IN CHILDREN'S SECTION NEXT ISSUE OK ihr ?uu?tai| (fritan? Order from Your Newsdealer To-day. MISS BROWNING TO BE BRIDE Society Women to Attend Calico Ball in Mitt foan Sawyer's Persian Garden to Aid ( on. rnittee* ot Merry. . f .Mr. and Mr? Ha iry K. ltro'.vn ? Il Le married to Georg* B. Dleh .. , ?. Harnabas'? ? hureh, [rvlagten, V V. Mr.- !? will be the ? nor arid Miss Kit' I Brou r B owning, M l.unimls, Miss ! leamaide. Herbert C. Dickinson, brother of the 1 the Lee Garnet D ; h H. Matt ???en, K. \ ,1 11. ; and \\ illiam Baya? ? reception will be held at the home of the bride's parents, in I the benefit of the Committee of .i?'. . ? < Pereien Garden, ? The - : but ? looted te r dominos er will giv? . i -. .1 ?riman, Ml Mrs. Dita? ' I I ? ???.-. ' ? mi P Burden, Ren? ? ? i .\ (el ? I new set of i and ga K. B. '?'? . \ Pa ibod ? itington N ? ? ? . . Bt Irving. I . Mrs. Mitchel, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrriman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Manice, Mr. and Mr g .- .- . \. i, ?? B Gellatin and Mr. and Mrs. Henry l Biker Mr?. Starr King Walker will - I roduce her deUghta beldOB ? 0 Sheldon. ' of -? ? Fifth a? . for th \ | . ? ? rrth of ,i It 76th st. . A r 1 at h?*r house, 1" I st, for her deb?tante da'jg'r ? ??ill take i. of the Ji \ ? ? Sher- - Mr. and Mr?. Alfr rue at J., and Plate. ? turned to a Garden ?, on Vovemb ber . . Piase dinner da . I were r and Henry ?V. 1 IS YOUR SKIN THIRSTY? THEN IT NEEDS CARE The averhoatae air of housea and offices In winter time dries and p the skin. This causal i.n?ightly Irrlt? non? and i chao? ping when you go Into the cold o..ter ai Protect and re* ?Kin by the .i- use o* VELOGEN, which th-, thirsty pore? a,? --. -, Used night k / r'unuH ? arr, harsh, wir - the irnootn aeiici irneee which Nature lntende-i yOw te Doe? not riot) toe por?,?-- -n?, not ?tain torn a ?1 ?a no! na.r. - druggist ha? It ?Ml ? ? If You Arc Shopping and 4 ,in't find exactly wh.it you want? call The Tribune Information Service, Beskman .iOOO, and we will leu yon WHERE TO GET IT. Or, If You Arc in a I lurry .nul haven't time to v.-iit?* u?. or if yon ?Jon't ?***,nt to run around in the shop?, searching for] any ulk Ir of apparr!. 'PHONE US, ami ?at will h?*!p you out. THE TRIBUNE has just mataDed an INFOR? MATION SFRVICE. to save Lima and aMTO for v.iu by rELLING YOU WH1 an get ANYTHING YOU NEID, whethei ii be ? bmtton. a bathing mit i govfrneiis or a mg carpet Thi_ INFORMARON SERVICE ?HO be open to the in?- of TRIBUNE readon ban l(> a. m te 6 p. n?_ daily. 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