Solert yonr voil as you do your best jrowii, writes Ënima M. Hoopor in au article on "The .Minor Aocesaories of Dress" in The Ludios' Homo Journal. [t mayraake a pretty woman hoinely, if j taken at haphuzard, and ct'rt;;inly can mprove a honiely one if bougbt with taste and sUiil. Black, browu, white and navy blue veils are all woru, bnt the favorito veil iu Paris is one of a black grouud having small white sprays and border. A cieam white is becoming, vniless the wearer is very pale and with faint colored eyes and hair. Black goes witli all bats aud is very fashionable, but it is the coiimion opinión that it ages one. The ppotted black is more becuining tbau the plain, and if the wearer has a modicum of color she can get along with it, provided she nses somethingbright abont herdressor hat. To others black is becoming anyway, and fortúnate are these few.