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Articles and Illustrations Pft&h I
1 I for Lehi Housewives 1 Read The Sun 1
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was, . -"
1 One-PiecefFrockJ
1 ; Still in Favor
if! fi
H I ' Tula ffcaAon might bo termed ono In
H 1 which fashions, that havo been float-
91 tog abont llko straws In tho breezo,
m I becorao crystallized. It Is a question,
m I obscrvea a fashion writer, as to wheth-
ffig er dressmakers aro les creutlvo than
HH of yoro or whether tlio styles of tho
mM past two years havo pleased women
nn so thoroughly that they aro loath to
fjas abandon them.
(Hj It mtist bo said that In the near
HI past designers attempted now and
fl wider silhouettes, but theso did not
KB And any permanent favor. Thcro aro
H2 always a fow women looking for novel-
VM tics, and theso wcro tlio only ones to
J whom tho fantastic features of tho
RJB hlp-cxtcnded frocks appealed. Tho
IB Parlslcnno absolutely refused to adopt
KH them. French women havo worn too
KM many good clothes and aro too fond of
Im their personal appearance to accept
XR anything fantastic or bizarre.
H Tho majority of our styles tre
IBB launched In Parts, but thcro havo been
HH aeVcrnl points Ip dress on which tho
M American woman and tho PorUtenno
HH naTo disagreed. On tho silhouette,
V however, they aro absolutely of one
HJK, mind. It Is a trlbuto to tho good
tahto of women that they contlnuo
HVK Frock of Blue Seroo With White Clro
HHJ Braid Around the Bottom of the
HMC Box-Plaited Skirt, the Cape Collar
HHJ and Pointed Edge of the Bodice.
BMV to hold to tho simple, beautiful one-
VMV plcco frock, refusing to go contrary to
RHf tho principles of good thsto and re-
SHE flncment In dress. So out of all tho
HHm models with astonishing hip cxten-
HHJ slons. unusual girdling, loops and
HjHJ draperies tho well dressed womnn has
IHJ continued to hold to tho stralghtllno
KBJ frock and tho nnturnl silhouette.
HjHJ Fashion 8trlkea No New Chords.
H Tho clothes of tills winter, whllo
llfS ost lntcrcst,nS nnd pleasing, bring
BBSS ' w,,u t,lcln no BtnrtllnS now notes.
RHaH ven ,,I0S0 "''own by Cnllot Soeurs
comprise models of all tho types
brought out by this 'ioubo for Uio ptst
fow seasons.
Callot Is showing straight dresses
of squnro cut that Is, hanging from
tho shoulders without being drawn In
at tho waist by means of n belt This
straight, beltlcss dress has been a Cil
lot favorlto for somo time and noth
ing could bo moro beautiful than a
plain, stralghtllno dress unbelted, pro
vided It Is mado of a Bultablo material.
It certainly offers a wonderful back
ground for cxqulslto embroidery do
signs. Tills firm also shows very full
dancing dresses, such as were worn
by tho beauties of tho 1830 period, tlio
draped, wrapped-around-thc-flguro typo
of evening gowns having very sheer
bodices and dresses with apron tu
nics, flounces and scallops; also llttlo
chemlso dresses belted at a normal
waistline.
Many of Callot's evening gowns
are very decollete, although tho squaro
nock nnd tho strnlght-ncross lines also
aro featured. For day wear this Arm
shows high collars and long alceves,
as well as collarlcss models with short
sleeves, p
Straight boxllko dresses, unbelted,
aro made of serge, duvetyn and blwk
kasha. Again, theso dresses aro of
tulle, brocaded crepes nnd chiffon of
bright colors, worn ovor narrow foun
dation slips of velvet nnd satin. Often
theso undcrsllps aro trimmed at tho
bottom of tho skirt with a band of
embroidery from ono to three Inches
wide.
Lace Dyed In Dazzling Hues.
Tho uso of loco Is an important fac
tor for cntlro dresses or as a trim
ming. In many Instances tho laco la
dyed a brilliant color. Houllle, or rust,
a color very popular tho last two sea
sons In materials such as crcpo do
chlno, crcpo georgette, chiffon nnd
duvetyn, Is now considered tho nov
elty color for lnco dresses and Is fea
tured by Callot.
On a frock of roulllo, or rust-colored,
crcpo do chine and laco tho samo
shade, tho plain bodlco nnd plaited
skirt nro of tho crcpo do chlno and tho
overdress of laco. Tho blouso falls
loosely over a laco sash. This
sash ties low on tho hips at tho left
sldo. Tho sleeves aro very short and
tight fitting.
Another model shows a very full
skirt of rust-colored tullo having two
flounces of black chantllly lece, each
flounco edged at tho top with a roso
plaiting of tho tullo. Tho bodlco Is
very sheer. In tho center front at c
normal wnlstllno Is a largo black vel
vet flower.
An attractive method of using lace
as a trimming Ib sCcn In a dress of
brown velvet. Tho entlro dress Is of
tho velvet and has a low wnlstllno bod
ice. Thuro Is no fastening; It slips
on over tho head. Over tho narrow
foundation skirt Is hung tt knlfc-plnlt-cd
laco tunic In vandyko points. The
laco appears again ns an outllno for
tho straight neck nnd short sleeves.
While fur Is used moro sparingly
than hitherto, a number of novel ways
of applying It to suits, coats nnd
dresses lmvo been worked out. It Is
used on both suits and dresses to edga
trimming bnnds of velvet, which may
bo applied In loop form; also to bor
der short box coats that end about
four Inches below tho wnlstllno. Bunds
of tho fur aro plnccd up and down tho
front and contlnuo around tho bottom
of tho coat Sometimes tho band Is
omitted from tho bottom of tho Jacket
and tho skirt will show a band of fur
where tho Jacket ends, thus giving
tho appearance of a fur-edged Jacket
I'lush somotlmes Is substituted for fur
on tho bottoms of skirts and for col
lars and cuffs.
Ml Shirt Bosom and Bell Sleeves
(Mil An Interesting model shows a nar
jUly Cow foundation dress of bluo satin. At
wJyl n normal watstltno Is a narrow red
tjCK ribbon belt tied In the front with loops
KHft nd round streamer ends. Over this
RBI foundation Is hung a straight dress of
HJHH bluo plaited chiffon. Tho bodtco has a
HHB- 6hlrtlIko bosom front at each sldo of
SHE which tho chiffon Is plaited. A six
BBS Inch band of chiffon Is set In at a
BHH normal waistline, but is not drawn Into
HHjf tho figure, thus preserving tho straight
HI lino, Thero Is a high collar and long
Ml bell sleovos.
AHH Another noteworthy model' show-
HH Ing tho shirt bosom front Is devel-
HjMJi oped In black and bluo satin. Tho
HHB dress la of bluo satin and appllqucd
nSlgf rootlfa of tho black satin. The on-
rjnnB tire dress Is plaited. On each hip
DAB the skirt Is cut bo as to form two
UH triangles, rovcallng an undersllp of
IBjHj ecnrlot satin. Tho edges of tho trl-
fffmjj anglo aro bound with Bcarlet. Thcro
MyH Is a high collar with buttons down
HHrlE tho front Buttons also appear on
IttHH tho bosom front The sleovos arc
!l1fHf long. ' . t
il!l?fi A novel Idea Is tho uso of tho
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wrong and right sides of satin nnd
brocades. Thus, a dress of brown
crepct satin shows tho dull sldo ex
tending down tho front In four In
verted box plaits, which end In a
band at the bottom of tho skirt Tho
band Is of tho fright, or shiny, slda
of tho satin. Tho sides are formed,
of tho shiny side, which loop and
mako tho back. Thero Is a narrow
belt, short cap sleovcs and straight
across neck.
Fur Applied In Novel Way.
A frock of bluo Berge, trimmed with
n narrow whlto clro braid, which out
lines tho edge of tho capo collar nnd
tho llttlo points at tho lower edge of
tho bodlco is attractive Tho skirt Is
box plaited. Tho collar Is' cut to form
a cover for tho shoulders and upper
part of tho arm, and by doing this
takes the plnco of llttlo short sleovcs.
This dress also slips on over the
head.
Capes Are Favored.
Copes are much favored abroad, par
ticularly the looso wraps of velvet
King and Trench blue ure smart tones
for evening wraps.
UTAH STATE NEWS
Ogden's effort to lmvo a largo addi
tion built to tho present federal build
ing will probably result In Bomo early
action.
Tho total assessed value of nil tnx
nblo property In tho stnto of Utah, ac
cording to complete returns for 1020,
l $717,308,321.
Sugar reached Its lowest price In
moro thnn n yenr In Ogdon last week,
when stores offered tho product nt
$11.30 per hundred pounds.
Funeral services for llohcrt 13. Dur
rant, the first Spanish Fork soldier
who died In Franco to bo brought homo
for burial, were held November 20.
To be knocked down nnd rolled nlong
tho rnllrond track by a switch engine
and escapo Injury was itho unusual
experience at Ogdcn of Carl Engelke,
D years of ago.
fllcn Jensen, 20 years of nge, ar. em
ployeo of a ranch on Antelopo Islnnd,
conducted by B. T. Harris of Knys
vlllc, was kicked In tho right side by
a hdrso nnd seriously Injured.
It now appears that thero will bo
ono Democrat In tho lower house of
tho Utah legislature. On tho face of
returns from Grand county, C. A.
Hammond, Democratic candidate, has
been elected.
The board of directors of tho Bonne
ville Irrigation district has decided to
accept the offer of tho Industrial com
mission of Utah to purchaso for tho
state insurance fund $10,000 of the Ir
rigation district's bonds nt 05.
Wlllard Vance, 38 years of age, and
his brother, Franco Vance, 31 yenrs of
oge, both of Fain-lew, aro nt a Salt
Lake hospital recovering from Injuries
received when n hlnst In a mlno nt
Seofleld went off unexpectedly.
N. I. Ip.som, member of the state
Innd board, who was severely Injured
In an automobile accident near Bea
ver, Is progressing rapidly toward re
covery. Mr. Ipson suffered n broken
collarbone, when his automobile turned
turtle.
Frank K. Neboker of Salt Lake, now
assistant attorney general of the
United Stntes, has been appointed by
the president to he "uxslstnnt of tho
attorney general," which Is- tho second
highest office In tho department of
Justice.
Boyd Kemp, the 20-months-old son
of Mr. and Mra. Fred Kemp, was
drowned nt Lehl. The child wandered
away from tho homo and was found
Inter by Its mother In a tub of water
In u neighbor's yard, ubout u quarter
of a block distant. ,
John William Brown, 35 ye,ars of
age, of Ogdeti, was Instantly killed
from an electric shock, and five other
persons In the Immediate vicinity es
caped similar fates,, nx the result of
tho feed wire for an arc light crossing
wires leading to their homes, '
Abo Majors, who commenced n' sen
tence for tho imirder of nn Ogilen po
lice captain In 11)01, ami who has beer,
out under commutation of sentence
slneo January 18, 1010, lias appealed
to tho pardons board for u full par
don, but his application was denied.
There Is no warrant In the statutes
r coustlutlon of Utah for a school
district to charge fees from the par
cntH of pupils resident In tho school
district for attendance at tho public
schools of tho state, according to an
opinion rendered by tho attornoy gen
eral.
Immediate steps In a state-wldo cam
paign to persuade young people of
Utah to remain on tho farms rather
than to seek city employment, will be
undertaken by the Utah statu farm
bureau, co-operating with tho exten
sion division of tho Utah Agricultural
college.
13. J. Norton, assistant state super
intendent of public Instruction, has
been appointed by Governor Bamber
ger as tho official representative
from Utah at a conference to bo held
In Butto, Mont, December 2, to take
up problems of tho schools nnd school
support.
Ileber M. Hollands, 52 years of ago,
formerly of Coalville, was killed In
stantly when ho fell twenty-flvo feet
from tho top of n reo on tho farm of
his brother, Oeorgo Hollands, two
miles southwest of Sandy. Hollands
was trimming tho treo when tho inci
dent occurred.
In tho hope of supplying tho Utah
Ons & Coke Company with sufficient
rovenuo to pay operating expenses,
depreciation, and tho Interest on Its
bonds, tho public utilities commission
of Utah has granted tho company per
mission to ralso Its rates on gas by 22
cents per 1000 cubic feet.
It will cost $705,000, according to es
timates presented to tho Btnto road
commission by Its engineers, to com
pleto tho work now In hand by tho
stnto road commission so far as It Is
posslhlo to complete It tho present
yenr.
Mrs. William Banks, wlfo of a Mur
ray undertaker, Is In a critical condi
tion nt tho County hospital, as tho
result of taking bichloride of mercury
I tablets by mistake.
Inter-Mountain
Editorial Hilites
Selected for Western Newspaper Union
Service by II. A. C. nnd C. B. W.
Let's commit business sti'slde and go
to tho city to trade. Klinberly (Idaho)
Tribune.
We'd llko to Impress all Wlunemucca
men with tho fact that the harder they
work the less time they have to whlno,
Wlnncmucca (Nov.) Silver Stute.
Tho man who takes uu interest in
the welfare of his community soon
finds that other people take an equal
Interest In him. Carson (Nev.) News.
There's always somo bnlm In Gllcnd.
If cotton keeps on going down maybo
shirt tails will again bo made long
enough to stay tucked In. Wlnnc
mucca (Nev.) Star.
Then there's tho typo of family man
who thinks ho has done his full duty
by homo and loved ones when ho lugs
homo a pint of Ice cream. Soda
Springs (Idaho) Chieftain.
Tho practical result of the move
ment last spring to persuade farmers
to strike, Is that they havo gone
In and raised tho biggest crop on rec
ord, by heck I Elko (Nov.) Free Press.
Massachusetts at the election adopt
ed tho 2.75 per cent beer bill by ref
erendum, but this docs not provide nny
beer for porchod throats. Tho Bay
stato simply expressed a great desire.
Virginia (Nev.) Chronicle.
And, after all, It really did not mat
ter whether Mr. Parley Chrlstcnscn
thought or didn't think ho had a chanco
In tho recent election. Tho essential
fact was that It was proved ho didn't
have. Butto (Mont.) Miner.
Price reduction will go a long way
toward reducing tho cost of living,
but prlco cutting Is not tho only thing.
Thero must also bo n reduction of
Idleness nnd n speeding up of produc
tion. Ilyrum (Utah) Courier.
It Is hardly fair to say tvat auto
mobile speeders aro of no uso In tho
world, ns they give tho traffic cops a
chance to make a living, and also con
tribute essentially to tho maintenance
of 'tho Judicial system. Elko (Nov.)
Free Press.
There Is only ono plnco wo havo any
linnkcrlhg to go to, and that Is Heaven,
nnd we ure not overly sure yet but
what this town Is a fair to mlddlln
competitor to even there, lacking only
tho pearly gates and golden streets
tho nngels are here, anyway, though
they aro all females. Brlgham City
(Utah) Journnl.
A Chlneso general has committed
sulcldo becuuso of despondency over
the political situation. Haven't heard
yet how It affected that chap at Salt
Lako who was running for tho presi
dency. Have also forgotten his name
and tho name of his party. Logan
(Utah) Journal.
Thoso women who spnnked tho em
ployees of tho Pankhurst newspaper
In London, when they violated tho
sauctltlty of tho two minutes that had
been set usldo by tho English nation
for n pause In memory of tho dead who
gave their lives In tho world war, gave
them Just what they deserved. Sparks
(Nev.) Tribune.
Parley P., political pretender of pro
posed perverted policies, Is plncidly
planning to perretunto pormanenco as
a presidential possibility of a petered
party, whoso principal .preaching Is
pernickety panacea. K P. practices
peculiar perturbations principally for
pleasing profit painful plenty Is his
prankish prattle Park City (Utah)
Itecord.
Wo aro not going to havo a panic
In this country. Wo bcllove that nil
danger of su li Is pnssed. But wo will
In all probability soon have a period
of business depression. That Is to bo
expected, Producers cannot afford to
contlnuo paying the high wages thoy
nro now paying without keeping prices
up nnd that they cannot afford to do,
becauso tho public Is refusing to buy.
St Qeorgo (Utah) News.
That t.lmo of tho year has arrived
when tho road fight should, and will
In all probability bo started by Myton
nnd Prlco vs. Ducliusno and Helper. We
bollovo a proper and fitting roward
should bo offered to tho first ono
that stiirts t Pretty soon wo aro going
to bo unused In Duchesne of everj
thing known I. this connection frotr
stealing nil tho state funds to snowing
m tho Prlce-Myton road. Duchesne
'Utah) Ifec-d.
LATE PARIS MODES
Skirts Aro Shorter, Sleeves Both
Short and Long.
Monkey Fur Trimming Used on Qowno
and Wraps; Much Silk Braid
Is Fuvored.
Fashions may como nnd fashions
may go, but Paris keeps right on,
thinking up now nnd moro fascinating
ones to tako their places. At Ictst
so mndamo will think when sho sees
tho new clothes tho fashion makers
havo planned for her winter wcnrlng.
No, skirts nro not going to bo longer.
Any woman can decldo thnt for her
self when sho sees tho now gowns.
They were short, they grew shorter,
and ono might say that the new skirts
for winter nro shortest of all l Sleeves
too, aro as often short ns long. Somo
aro high above tho elbow, somo cover
the wrist and como down over tho
hand but then ono expects Paris to
go to extremes and sho docs.
For tho now gowns tho foremost
French dressmakers aro using duve
tyn, nnd tho softest of crepes. Ono
charming gown, n Lnnvln, was of mid
night bluo duvetyn with cut-out de
signs of dnvotyn on bluo velvet trim
ming.
Monkey fur for trimming Is nnothcr
Paris ldcfv. It mado a striking bit tf
trimming on n smart now coat dress
of whlto broadcloth, which ha1 wldo
band of whlto stitching on filmy
black net and a high collar nnd deep
cuffs of black monkey fur. And this
same fur you will seo used on other
Pnrla gowns gowns from tlio most
famous houses. And thcro nro other
Ideas of trimming. Much silk braid
Is used tho braid, of course, put on
by hand, In tho French fashion, and
most effectively arranged. But most
unusual of nil was tho trimming on a
street dress, trimmed with shining
steel "nallhcnds." It was certainly
unique, and, quccrly enough, was rath
er attractive.
Paris wraps, too, show orlglnnltty
and charm, and aro sometimes as un
usual as tho gowns. Think of a wrap,
for Instance, lined with shadow laco I
Tot that wns tho dlBtlnctlvo feature
about ono exquisite creation n lovely
panno velvet In soft pink, lined with
frothy, creamy laco. By way of finish
thero was n fluffy collar and a bnnd
of snowy white fox.
You will seo monkey fur on tho now
wraps, too It was used on a perfectly
beautiful black brocaded velvet This
wrap was lined with robin's egg bluo
panno velvet, thcro wcro great orna
ments and pendants at tho armholes
nnd a wldo collar of monkey fur for a
finishing touch.
FROCK OF HEAVY CREPE SILK
HfiUl&iaHuf'
This Is a frock especially designed
from an old picture. It Is a heavy
crepe silk with oolored wool embroidery.
Coat Chains Follow Mode.
Fur to tlio ears and duvetyn straight
to tho knees, mean that coot chains
will wind their way into fashion again
this winter. Thnt long sovero lino
from collar to belt on the dnrk cloth
suits cries nloud for relief, and a good
looking coat chain certulnly responds,
Tho now ones nro mado up of hand
carved links with n Jowel between.
Imaglno tho glory of a dull gold chain
studded with topaz, worn with a
brown suit kolinsky trimmed.
Caracul la a Favorite.
Caracul Is tho aristocrat of furdoin
this season. In grey, tnupo and brown
It Is used for street wear, whllo white
caracul Is used Id tho evening.
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Chlo three-piece suit made of pHfl
velours and trimmed with fox. ftHI
straight chemise frock has toucfcufHfl
colored bead embroidery. Hff
THE LACE VOGUE CONTINtiS
Decoration Approaches Favor It KnHfl
In Fifteenth Century and Is UhJHh
In Ore at Profusion. HH
Lnco nppronchen again such n coUHJ
ago as It knew In tho Fifteenth
tury, when drawn-work and cot-nHfl
established n transition from cmbiaHfl
cry to lnco, according to Vogue. HH
tlio Sixteenth century Ii.ro wui t-HH
moro In favor nnd wo find la iHfl
modes of tho dny thoso collars lonHfl
ns "frnlses," tho deep cuffs nndiaH
Ince aprons on court gowns, sucbtHfl
wcro worn by Cnthcrlno do MHl
Particularly In Venice, tho making Hfl
needle-point lnco had nt that tlmedHJ
period of great prosperity. AnurntHB
also, was famous for Its laces at &Bl
samo time, whllo In Flanders raHl
mndo embroidered tulles of lnlmltiMHH
splendor, bits of which are still pHH
served in collections. Hi
In tho Sixteenth nnd .SeventeffilHJ
centuries li.ee continued In favor, ttlHJ
even tho men of tho days of Louis JTB
and Louis XVI wore coats enrlcMHJ
with the finest Valenciennes andAlftHJ
con lace, whllo their hnndkcrchWHJ
mndo as lavish uso of lace m iUHJ
thoso of women of the day. ItlifrHJ
Louis XIV that Franco owes II 1HJ
stnllatlon of n great lnce-nmldnj cHJ
tcr In Franco and It was his pntrontcBJ
which started the work which prBJ
duccd such wonderful results si HJ
point d'Alencon, tho point d'ArgrntuHJ
tho point do Bruxclles, and tlicpoH
d'Angletore, laces which were ataHJ
mado In France. HJ
PAUL JONES HAT THE MOW
Paris Copies Headgear Which liOtwHJ
In Black Silk, With Flatly HJ
Turned Black Brim. HJ
Paul Jones might have thought thttln HJ
led tho fashion In wnlstconls, of nWrt
he was overly fond, but he did not fHJ
much nttentlon to his lint, nml yrttlB
s this thht Paris hns copied nnilnialB
tho mode. It Is often In blurt " HI
ben ver, with Its flatly turned ImckbrlflM
and elongated ends on which nrep'HJ
balls of ostrich or other fniitnulle
naments. HJ
The navy hat may have 1'CMi HJ
spired by the presenco of Arnerlfl'HJ
ndmln.lH on dress parade In DirfplB
after tno armistice, for It ha flPPHl
ed In several conformation. TIippHJ
corne Is In fashion also, and Hie M"
qulse, Ono eeem not to rrnne 'JrHj
type of hat It mny ho outlined w'U
gold gnlloon, It may hi.v n I''Hl
arranged ns a cockade. It "fb'n. Hj
often, has o fuco Veil of chant'll) "'"
attached across tho front, hut neirt'll
the back. HJ
Tills veil Is thrown bi.ckwnrd JHJ
tho stiff shapo or left to eoncrll '
noso nnd chin. Tho most iirnntnKM
ones nro bordered with goal '" HJ
In n bold pattern. HJ
Frilly Vestees. HJ
Present stylos In dresne nnd ""'HJ
ers encourage tho use of frilly r'H
so a number of vestees of moro ur'?!Hj
frllllness are seen In Uift loi-. HJ
nnd narrow lnco aro liked materl11
For Dinner Frocks. HJ
Chenlllo dotted net Is used t& K
slvely for dinner frocks, 1 elB H
bluck or brown. H

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