The very broad Queen Aune comb haa come back to favor. There is no more dignified ornament for the hair than a broad tortoise shell comb, either plain or handsomely carved. Middle aged women who have preserved their hair look most stately in combs of this kind, and they make an admirable support for the smart little arrangements of lace and ribbon termed "caps. " Younggirls look very quaint witb their shining tresses drpssed arotuid the wide, demnro Queeu Aune comb tliat bears little resemblance to the lowering irregularly shaped comb of tortoise shell or its imitation which for so long it has been the .u to thrnst thr'ough the coils or braids of hair at auy angle, however erratic. The now comb admite of no 6uch frivolity. It stands erect and dignified, with no nonsense abont it. To the piquant face it affords a pretty contrast by its rather aastere appearance To the grand dame it grvea an added look of dignity and importance.