Mme. Ida Lañe Ney of Vienna has discovered a new use for cigar ribbous. For the past five years she has collected the uarrow, yellow bits of silk used in tying cigars together, and to each of these she has "joined" a strip of black dresB silk of equal length and width. Lately she found that the piece of goods was large enough to inake a dress, and acted accordingly. There are 3,000 cigar ribbons in the dress.