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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTIBRTDGK.DAILY HERALD Saturday, April 8, ox ife MILLIXBRY must, of a MrLLEXICM'row and turn up rlose to the crown, surety, be ac bond. We are permitted to wear large hat? and small hats, flat hats and tall hats, and ribbon-trimmed land tiatrimmed hats, and any of these the comfortable consciousness jthat we are quite ia style. One is- the monstrous cre- turnc-d out in one to think of all to be pattern, that the makers of millinery [fashion, rr.ny have up Thwr to Ipay us up for the present 'lacitade in stylos. For certainly never was a time pvhen a -woman might exercise 'such, Jgreat freedom in the choice her bonnet. t L while often they consist only of a crescent-shaped piece :icinched at the side. A very daring racdel. vrith one of these narrow brims, was of white chip, with the entire crown covered with red velvet and two white quills, thrust through the narrow white cord that encircled it the early spring especially in the small hats. A jtinnty turban of black of red on models is extensive. and white hemp had a tviilp nnmn bovv red velvet across front and broad red wingii :7prir.gine back from under the loons st each side. The little Sower lints are more Ir- resistible tlnin ever. Tiny pink roses. She may pull down over her ears lilacs and violets are the floivers most- le of the fascinating new helmet -.o with' a. black braid. the-upright brim turned nn "sharply tjicn. Bgaiiii-L the crown. This 01 crown irseh" may be entirely covered- Sewed toe the; 'edge'pf the all the flowers, the trimming usual- ly consisting of an upstanding bow 'Of ribbon, or a ebon of mallne placed the side or back. In some of the Na- poleon having the brim turned up closely against the crown Is the and the crowns alone are covered witii This idoa. was U.-PU ia a 'smart French mod- around, so .close together a? to form a solid band. were'-'i, verpr small..pale piiik The only mlng -was a small black mercury wing, .set at. the side the crown. Mimy variation of the, becoming sailor shape he seen, .but all slm- iiar in one respect the turning ,1 shapes are shapes and peek oat from uuilvr it like demure little morae: she may set a jdasfatng version of the Tyrolean or fcpSerrnc hats upon her curls and puffs; may look like the spirit of spring .lerseif. under the bewitching flower :oqnes, or she may frame her fare with uhe graceful sweeping curves of the jlunjc-Jaden picture hat. What more could even persnicklty feminity re- Tliere is one tendency to be noted In all the new is, in those that have any brim at is decidedly upward turn of ihe brims. They mny curl up only slightly. or be turned up sharply nt the side, or all around. Crowns show- in infinite variety of ehaped. dome-shaped, or refunding with a. fiat top. and M of Them are of con- Isidwnble height. A new idea Is the sloping crown, the top of which'slopes quite a hit from the back to ttw front. One pretty model with a cnnvn of this Kort somewhat resembled a large Al- pine in shape. The entire top or purple violets while the lower portion, simulating an 'upright brim, was of white violets. A bunch of the purple mnd the white violets at thf [right side. Very smart for wear with the spring are the little hats (popularity during the winter has car- [ried them over, with some ;to the summer season. About the! riarge round crowns is twisted ribbon >r silk, finished with a bow or chxra ;at the side, that is often caught to the that, with a jeweled ornament. What- 'IP called the helmet hat is simply brlmlesp crowns, which has ibeen crushed together slightly at the abides so that n sharp ridge Is formed sown the center of the hat. from hack to front. A wide band of fan- ;cy straw about the edge, with n jcnrred quill at the left finished wriji Jft beaded straw ornnmcnt. formed the Role trimmlnc of a most attractive model in this style. When brims are found at all on jiess saaB hats they, are very, nar- many show cl of dark blue strnw brsid wliic-ii bail the crown entirely covered with dark blue silk A twig of deep pink roses was made to stand ;rp ?.t the right side. chic mat seem never to gfi wholly out of f.Tvnr. are being shown in many irrtgular forms. A smart little hat of this de- brim. They will be distinguished for moderation 5n Fixe and simplicity in trimming. Sometimes .a' swirl of ma- line a big bow to the side or the back is thetrrinming used. siuiple hue PiTeorive idea in trimming, eec-n on a white chip saiior shspe in mi exclusive use of an band made of closely pleat- ed white silk that was wired at-each edge. This .-was formed into large round bnckles side of the crown, and through which v.-as run the folds of softFiik that encircled the crown. Two pointed piecesi of the vrired simulate quills, were, run through the buckle at the left, in a semi-upright posHion. An- other somewhat unique fsature in trimming, noted in the same shop, was a padded' roll of black satin.- like' a huge cord, that was over an inch in dlaruefer. .Tbis.ivas used on a large sailor shape, also, and placed ou the top of 'the brim a few inches from the edge. At the side of the crown was a small bunch of very small red cherries, and-from beneath the satin cable the little cherries lay__all around the brim, at -There ia a'-, decided preference for' the small flowers toLs sea'son, wbJeh are usually applied to the in ihe form of close little-wreaths" or made into shapes to simulate This latter method was carried out charmingly on a white Milan. Which For dressy occasions thc.kll black hiC continues to be quito as much in vogW as ever. On these drwa-bats Uce la being used a great black.] and some gold lace. An nnnsual trim-i niirig scheme on a finfe black Mi-' !an hat intended for reception wear was tamed up sharply at the-side one of the ways in which neatli u large black satin bow. AI may be most effectively used. small circle of tiay French flowers, in rutfles of black Chnntilly Ince shades of dull blue sad. old. pink, rest- shirred- outo wires and attached to the inc partly nn the snd psrtly on front- of the crov.-n. where the up-turned brim, had the effect of brim rolled up slightly, under a'fiati a buckle, through which tbe ends of tLn> satin bow were drawn. bunch of pink roses. The back ends of the wire were fastened to the crown Black nnrt white is one of the fa- in stifh :i way that the ruffles drooped vored combinations just now. nndfor general voar nothing is more satis- factory, since hat? of this type mny be worn with any color gown or suit. toward the back of the hat, strongly suggesting the graceful sweep of the willow- plume. The whole effect wai filmy and delightful. A Wealth of Style and Beauty in the Grand Display of EASTER MILLINERY D URING THE NEXT TEN DAYS we will show in our Millinery Parlors one of the finest collections of Imported Model Dress Hals ever brought to ihis city, together with a score or more of natty Tailored and Ready-to- Wear Shapes. Every hat marked dollars and dollars less than you have been used to paying for headgear with half the style. A splendid range of new effects in Parisian and New York Veilings and Motor Veils now in stock CAMERON HILL BLOCK REDPATH STREET Exclusive Milliner Special Easter Showing of Parisian Designs Men, April 10 Victoria Mansions ;