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aiert Tarklorv Tikrvcie7 OCR SI'Ef'IAI. fa !lauie fat-lilon has unci more donned n,-i thinking cap for bu-y times, .iml l alii'tulj revca lug msny n smutt coti inc run spring. Ili'prt sentntlves of tin- lcadiig houses aie eagerly feasting th-lt ejcs upon what (Is to be M--ii n, am ca-ifiil'y "electing the models for the advanced sprint- s-t It s I'ar tlcmar y for th .se fortunate mortar, who rush off to sun iy dimes, Inrtii.glt.g ' a.l 'kinds of mi' i dissipation, will tilt pativlng s e--i'no!is lir a s.ouice nf wi'lconi" llufoiiiia'ioii. New foil. aid.-, taffetas, fhall'es. ,101 lllgs li.iw.InK ni'll linens nn 'llnenlv ills. played and tbulr ranks arc daily Increasing. iTbefc advancid heralds of n still distant sea son, howeier, show little Unit Is noicl as to cokr or design. Middle, tones that wl 1 lie jet-iraui. wuicnever way i ui- wind of fashion blows, and patterns that art- ii'lthcr one itbltig nor the olher. so far a- distinct stvles tore concerned, prevail. Of course, In ei'orv .woman's wardrobe there Ik at 1eat one talloi mad' gown. A smart llltli, vet sewte by pin H tal or-uiado irown for pi'aetVil If made if covert cloth of a slighi v greenish oaf depmdeit sooly t:, the J, , r.- t(cif lit tit ami tlnWi for Its end ,.( The coat L h 'IiC, with p -nts hack :,., ,,, nn it;. the flirt! e .w"h tin extnn.e .sia!-it tmm effect Tli s' irt I? fashioned with p.'cntuj j-orea and flrlslied with n n Itched hem. Auo'Ui gown which l.s, at tin uim l.im , very b'y nli and practical foi i:niy spring ,and somewhat dressier than t b. last ,,,. crllKd. Tin it. iJrrlal Is a licaudfu, quality cf s llieiiiie ,iud the .shailt ol a i hro, n, ightened up with In-own nil go' I th- being used as u ' , .m ti form ihc ii'edallious. 'I'l !.:nij ic Let ,gly i' i'h u chasuble c.il.ar ihe rs u lid .i .sleeve show ng a u.od tied ff uiii t into a Irlin'ii d i i.u. Tin ,i ii . hlrh ,s i t 'n , . u k ,sji I i'r! lront. these doing i labo i 'id with the liriwn nrd fold I fi niiK is eloicny effect eil by ' ny fi 'k.s over the h'ps ,a ml a v vet l)M tiiiig llnlshos the hi in. ''- - ' u deehled ehai.;e :n the wh III rai . Ltho I'mod ti irii.s I nf skirts, there H'e cirtiiln whli h ii.d.e ite that we aio K'diii: gradually toward the very fu '. is:c Model. It Is too soon ytt to wear wires or whale bones In tin sk-it, but man) eliu uitu have a small feathei-lione n'swl Ii to the hem of an under petticoat. While pel f, ct y supple, this- gn-es body to the liinuiiin-al.li' fo.di. of the diem Hist-If. which utlierwi.o lie In pleats upon tbe yrouud. The ilue is uioie crai-efu: without this siiK"sthiii of stiff tic -s underneath. A dHlnty and original Wo!ftt(.!n and tlold j-iulth c inception, recently woin with -tail llli;; -ueies. entllely made of a soft -:i.,,!e of letf.ic- ureeti cloth, with ajip.iciin .f Ilu-sian (.'uipure, touched up w.th li nk chenille, and idc.es hound with bias ... ami whit.- tr!ped satin. CnrsKjc slinu.iited li.ou-e nml ,,ero. the hitler benif cut v. 'th pendant straps both bach and flout .-howii v tin blouse beneath. The Llrt has ,,, w,Le and tab ler front cut In one, the clieulur sldea belnc pleated In front, and two decD tucks appear above the hem. The dr,.i, q.r lniH a I'uiiuln haircloth llounce, w hi , holds out the heavy fold of cloth racefu. y sleeves are p.aln at the shoulder, Hie b.ihto diopplup oer, and the strappings of thu ".list .in- here u-ptaied with inil .ifiet LliiL'ern I'lliles mukea dainty lliilsh. The extieme rilll.t'ns of skirls, t lie fashion more and nu re de ll;.'ueiil- of limine Ui" sl.lrt gathered oer the hips, necessitates ; general u,- of torj thin materia i. In the up-to-date st.les muttilalij will . ,,se,i f a tliliiness go permit of 'iilherliij; aud tuck ItiK. bi.ch as voiles. barecs, itMiiines ami ' i "pons. I Ian liavo made ihelruppearaOce "i.e.- luore. and I1U (,y woolen plaids, but Ml taffeias ,,,! the hemicr silk plaids hl" ii have a y.eat Heal or tone. uitl-1,"'I'iiv!'","'KS ",lt,lu ",lt,,,n n ultia , h,si n-irliiess in ,,N. 'j Jn se wie pla..,iH'st in Mlt.ei hats Khes .-, espe el.ll "haiil, to lllis sj,lll,j;s lllnt.lv .... h..,in..i,iZe . lh-b..il,i.a(!.-iiideoi.iblnatlu;i of the (.ufteat shades and add a dielde.ii,-cl.li- ton.' to a.-pinnies' .-..siume uU(,"-',1,i Apai-iieiil.,i.. uitii.eiin.t;latJ.,nforv,,., , wuu- s th.- ,.,w -fr"-f u.tU,tl J ,'. r. plaiu-d Miaw 1U whim hiow,,. j ,. .; apple trn en it. step The hat 11,,,-es what off i hi fan, ihi bt-im belns bnuu,, w.th a medium r, n , f vt t Narrow binds v I n in -v ia A.M l,w m i of V' ui' ,ijss around tin i"inu a;.n sold coids ,i, iitermiuid Tin:.' I- a nuart "" ni 'In back nml wnj.'s shutllni; In white aiiiJ yia. aie posml flatly on tin-clown. Jliei, fin a ,eiy dri'ssy occasion, there Is a leiiwi) ut the liiiinsporouth stj ie, but somewhat differ" i.i iliau the orit'.i.iil, as poiti.H" "I bj Ho- i,.ii!i,u,s ai list. The ahape. dicidid. mi hn "I.iiil)uio'.i!li ouiei, v ,u wii if liiavei. w.tli a facing nf i,,,.. ehilloi . iif -ii nhl'li '.":tz spray of j;ieii. eh" 111 ile " lllbl milei J I- i ll.-rij posed, 'Che Ul'h i . iW i. is ell wit'i tin salUc ij,. Ill'' anil Hie i'a'liers are of while, shaded Ii to several shades, of blue. Never b. fore Were the evolllnx 001 mill's el.iboiatc and aitlsllc as tudu). l.ai'U i'lW luoilel is daintier and richet than its pridu lessor, A hall-llko nlriuefs ilistnii;ul-hfs muiiy "f iln liowns, some of th" m helus " brllitutu hues, mniihed by lmts as start llnHO' fay. Tin- "piliiti'sicuce of tictjani-e Jut u'ss resti, with the soft boulTniito tik'li HtJn t'tilslKs tbe pi cent styles. That tlic.-e ityles til. w tit . lu'.ly liei-ollimi; goes w Ithoiit ' IPS, foi eveiiliit; K"Hlir hide the tell'ttiK' marks of illij"' nioie cffi etiialiy than any th na else In dress and are ii" ' ss Ihitterlui! In effect when used as a settiuc for the rosy viness aim oniu ej es or Hie u'l)uinuie. The mecca of all fi'iiilnlulty, In this country bent upon that ull important and adsorbing iJUe.st style-Is, of course, the sreat mettop" Iks, a d one of tbe strateclc points where the serker Is Invariably rewarded ! at tueopera At a performance of the openi "Parsltal rfently there were iniinr new powns to be seen, and one that particularly attracted at tention was a iiualntly simple evenliiK sown. The material was the new double chiffon lu Ivory white, with heavy chenille emdrold erles upon the slncle fabric, this thickly do strewn with senuliis. The corsnue drops off th.' shoulders, a bund of spanned einliiold cry outlining the decollctni;.', und the cor-Mis-e Is blunted over a f. iitherboned linlim uto a narrow celutiire. 'Hie skirt has a '"""'l imnel of embroidery down the front, s thickly shirred over tin- hips, and th hiiuils of eiubroidery are nlterinit.Ml wliii shlrrliiK't. flnlslied with a dep tm-k. The sleeven consist of a slmplli puff, elbow leiiuth. .i,il,"'..,'ni?'"' nf ",1J' fflns ll0' ra"fl Inner I nun the imlm of one's baud Is now time. otiBhly estnlillshed. Kor the last two or three yeiirs they hnvn decu HtPitdlly nhrink UK in sle, until now It seems that the. limit hits been readied, nouie nf thu rnilly ex "lulklte riniiiplm measuring only three Inches- n length. These uro to bn attached to tbe liiujtneck ehalii In plaw of the loris. n. tie. ami make dnllghtful bijoux with their exnulhltely dainty coloring and ipanul. I he latter are usually of liitlnltoilnml iUe, hut Bive niit just the name radiant ttleamaof light when the fan is In motion, One of gaiije with doliu stick. I. untlroly hidden un- fnl """r'"8 maw of nsli-scald itMl palllets which cover the ttlcka at well as the Ujator al am make the most fascliiHtlngly gleamlne. shliuiuerliiB I'fTeot liuatiltmd, Ulruot liuportntluiik from I'urls In the or Iiainent for the hair have never assumed a daintier or inoro unlversiillj' lierimiliiK units. I hu ai'Mie of eletriince nceins to have been r.ltaliicd, and so cleverly are the (loners fas letieil to the support that, w title secure, they seem In no wise fastoned, but vibrating ,,t aliuobt eiery bieittb, assume the airy look of a blossom or leaf fresli picked, even with thn i drops of dew, as seen In tte drllliants gllttei liib' here and there on leaf aud petal, Detailed Description of above Gowns and Hats. fcrw "OrcHt" Tyrhnii. ratify plnllcd elraw In which drown, dm,' and apple green arc seen Hares somen hat off tio face, the brim being bound with t nieilluiu green vcjvet. Narrow i.inds of vchpt pa!, around the crown and Soj cunls Intertwined. there !, a smart haw at the back, nud whig shading n white and gray are posed flatly on tht crow ii. Far Afternoon or (Inri liiKe Weur. fiowii of soft shade of lettuce green ciotb with appliques of Htis-ilau guipure tou.-',i. cd up with black chenille, and -edg'i bound with Lias, black anil whilo strlpm satn. Corsago simulated douses and dqlc'ro, the latter dflns cut with inmdaiit str'iipV, both 'linok and'ffont, sbowlus" t!i biotise beneath. The skirt has hip yoka and tadller front cut la one, the circular sides being p.eated In front, nud two deep tuck- appear above the hem The drop sk rt has a l'aciulu halrc.oth tlmtnce which holds out the heavy fold- of cloth grace rudy. The sleeves are plain at the shou d er, the bolero dropping over, and the strappings of the waist are here repeattjil with good effect. Lingerie nifties make a dainty finish A Qunintly Simple Hi eiilnsr O.in u. The new double chiffon lu ivoiy white 's useij with heavy chenille embroideries upon the single tJbrlc, this tuiik.y hestrev. u with spangles, The eursage diops off the shoulders, a band of upangied m bi.ol.loi y outlining the dicolletage, aud the corsage is bloused over a feailu'rhnued lining Into a narrow icluture. The sklit bus a hrojj pauel of embroidery ilowu thu trout, ' thickly shirred over the hips, and the bands' nf embroidery are alternated with, shirring, finlslud with a deip tuck. Th" p eeves consist of a simple puff, elho length. A Correct Ilapk'ViPST Seal br v,'ti slclllcnno Is lightened n;i wl'h li'siwii and gold braids, these delns,, seil as a diluting and also to form tneda'-f is The nton Jacket fits sniKtgly. with', a chastib . collar over the shoulders, and), ,i .s-.ei've showing a modified wrist puffi aught into a trimmed curt. The skirt hast i yoke which is continued in sash straps t ti.iek and front, these doing eladorate.y t Ininied with ilie brown and gold braids Tile lifting i cleverly effected by means, nf iny tucks over the nips and a siiup'eV e'vet dludlng finishes the hem. fspvorcly I'll. I ii Tn Itor-nm.te OoiTn Covert coth of a slightly greenish caf s used In this tollor-made gown, whlck depends sn.ely upon the perfection of Bt ; nd finish for Its cachet. The coat Is long. ' with pleats back and front, and tit the,,. Ilgure with the extreme straight front ef-' feet The skirt Is fnhloned with pleated gores, and finished with a stitched hem. On the Gulnslinronigh Order. Somewhat on the (Jalnsborough order l the shape lu white beaver, with a fociug of pale blue chiffon upon which a long spray of zren chenille tuidroldery Is cleverly posed. The high crown la en li-cloil with the same embroidery, and tht feathers are of white shaded Into several -hades of b ue. Flowers and Pearls lor Young Heads. In sharp contrast to the blazing tiaras coronets and crowns worn hy young matron mil dowagers at the opera are the bead or aiuects affected by debutants. The'f voung women have elected to appear with their coiffures surmounted by wreaths oi (lowers Interwlned with strings of pearls Tii effect Is much more youthful and 1.. prettier than could do secured with diamour ornaments, and tbe new fad affords jusl enough of a change from the wtenth of simple blossoms and leavos which hns been In vogue for sometime, to make it well worth copying. Some of the younger set duplicate the ornaments for the uech of their ball and din ner gowns, making the wreath entirely sur round their shoulders and end In a large bunch ot tlo ers at the left side or continue mi down almost the hem of the skirt In a graceful trailing vine. This is decidedly. English In Idea and fashion Nearly every ,' young girl who enjoys a season In London L possesses quantities of those fluffy tulle'" frocks whkii are considered the thing for her by Unglish mothers, and lu order to give variety and sotno distinction to otherwise rather nondescript costumes, she resorts to decorations of her favorite (lowers. Tulips, orchids, gardenias and roses among thy larger flowers ate liked bet, while almost any of the tiny buds and blossoms look well with their natural leaM's. The pearls ma he omitted If the long i lue of flowers is used,'' though the head ornament may gleam nitt' their pure white drops. !