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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. April 8, Ifi THE UK R ALT) coirrvRE-MODES ARE BECOMING I sfr V The New Modes in Odd Skirts and Blouses THOUGHT I used remark- ahlft judgment In iny irons- said a bride the other day, -whose wedding finery had. Indeed, seemed to in- 'elude everything thnt tflste nnd benuty comfort demands. "I had gowns nnd tHllorfcd suits andinoru- 'iug dresses and nnd all the ol' !T. Bur, in my rush young fool- IUSC-B .ire Peesi rever effwts and many sailor collar developments carried out in colored chiffons contrasting with tiie waist material. The lingerie- waists are filmy with three, us many as five kinds of lace are sometimes used on a single model. batiste, ninrqulpctts, nnd voile r.re the favored fabrics. The iishncss I absolutely tabooed any odd comfortable and youthful Dutch neck or waists. And would yon IKS-J will be much seen this summrr. while --oresKhc netsani In three-quarter Iliovcj it. my dear, but there scores of times when I needed in the world so iiiiK.h as BcnttriiUf skirt and hvbcu 1 didn't cnre to wear njy suit because you. know how much 'inore quickly they begin fo show anyhow, than the ]times Wufii Ihe little wash Viress is too informal RRU the tYiuir.rd Ifrcck too dressy, or when everything "in" "one's 'v.'ardnibR stirch here or: a there. T.iko my! 'ttdvice and stick to the odd skirt an.! totalise like a j There you are. There's no from it. these trig, practical, garments are here to st.iyl iapparentiy till the f.-raok o' doom. i llet's eoe what new ideas the shops nre lakes precedence ovar all oth- PleatingR give a cliic touch to the semi-tailored These are often edged with narrow laro nnd ontlinp the front or side opening of the waist. One waist a frill of real lace that not only outlined the front c-ios- ia'fr. but follov.-ed the yoke outline on the side from the shoulder to the middle from. The tailored Bedels show no rad- i-v-ry t'.io dc- t.i hair :ir like torltirod uf Kvcrybcdy was '.veariny thv fashion- able woman ;is sooi) liav? arcs.-, Jo. jji ical changes. They nre made -usually with pleats down the front and back, and sometimes with broad pleats over the shoulders. Invariably they have long sleeves with the straight, stiff cuffs, though now find then one ?ces a soft turn-back cuff on pome of the em- broidered waists, ilimd embroidering is in very good.style. It may be most elaborate and carry out a variety of designs on the collar, and front pleat, or It may be-a scalloped finish foi the. side or front fastening. reform as ronins the part, and the is seen no ore. But nowadays, praipe be, when the womnn of fashion visits the halr- drfsser she Is pretty to say to him: "Oh. no. 1 don't care to have my hair dressefl like or thnt or that. Why, Is weoring thf'ir hair thnt And she usu- ally departs with a coiffure that Is In- dividual and becoming, because she ha? insisted that it emphasize points ant! modify, her poor ones. He- pidos she is quite ft la tuodf. since that is practically the demand of pres- ent coiffure styles individuality and becointngnoss. For those to whom the. fluffy, what elaborate hair dross is suited the Empress -style is most bewitching, with Its surest ion of the nk-tureajue s of last empire. The fror.t hair Is parted far to the sido and brought 'low across the fort-heud and to the back of the A flat braid is In id across the top of the brad, whoso ends are hid- den by the perfect shower of short curls that cover the entire back of the head and hang in soft ringlet? over the ears, with two or three on each side in front of the cars, close to tht; face. in suite of our emancipation from hard and fashions there is oyi? Siiuoii-Rftys-tliucxbs-up in pres- ent halrdrossinK that is widely fol- lowed. You may }ool: and look, but you won't a sign of a ferntuinc ear. Soiuo'tlmefi just the pink tip of one is visible, but "Cover up your is the mandate, and covered they are with the hair simply fluffed over them or loose puffs or curls quite cov- ering them. One simple, parted hair- dress has the hair full aad soft about tho face, while the ends of the thick braid which is worn low across the back of the head are twisted into what we used to call "washerwoman" right over each ear. The' effect U. very charming and girlish. The wide braid worn back of the head, which may be worn In the neck or spread to the crown of the head Is almost coming. For evening wear clusters of curls may be tucked. Into the strands over the ears. '.This style of hair- ,rising Is very easy to attain if what is called the ringlet thick braid of fine hair, both ends of vhk-h are curled Into a dozen or 10 may be clapped onto one's head at any becoming angle Ilave you over noticed that Up-to-date's beautifully coiffed ipptars to be several shades lifhter md brighter In the ball room or at the thesiter than It does in the day are yon at a loss to account" for it? The reason is simple. She re- allzes that with her complexion en-' hauced by the soft lights, and artful aids that are possible "In the evening, a brighter shade ot hair adds much to her charms. .So she adopts n chignon that includes perhaps H wavy baag, a- braid and a cluster of puffs under which may be quite hidden all of her own hair. Oh. 1C Gabriel should ap- pear in our midst and demand that we render up all the tresses that nature originally ;rnve to somebody well, most ot our poor heads would look like hazel I'm afraid. ".v vrr vir x-i." Xir Xj. vcr-v--. .vs.'ter-vaTv.Sr ViCfeiXsj.'. tr- v-y. ion us this season for wear dur- ilug spring and summer months. Pwhape there wo- jninnwon'rdo to be 5n fashion, and (hat its break her neck (though. Jtidecd. wine have almost hobbled nwny to ij'jin the nugols) so that on nccount of fussy notion of hers the newest tFkirte nre considerably wider aboui the bottom. They are no ir.ennp Tulumlnous. however. to yards l.-fing the favored width. They must nhovc all be Cut on straight lines and -yjj r.llow the woarer to present the nar- row silhouette that is the keynote the prp.TRt styles. Into seme of the skirts are cleverly Introduced a couple bf siuni'i pi en is in i.'ic back or front panels or in the skip gores wh'fli added freedom of vritliout in any way affect- the style of tho crannont. Many of the aro rriir.raed vrith vide folds of the saiuo put oil fM'.r or five inches frcm Iho bottom. I rtid some tn.xlols show a revival of[ high vfnisibnnd. with tiie waist liiio about two inches nbnve the uor- nt.il. Tor Inter "-oar pllk skirt.-? will bo niueh worn, but just now voiliiS and In black nnd blue, particularly, nre in Quite a few nobby styles a re in grey nnd the hair- line are nlKo rohirnint: to favor. The veiled oiTects liiat were so uni-j cinpioypfl for the winter been carried ovrr for tlie spring. Midi only Flizlif In ma- terials and styles. Lighter wei.clit fabrics of course rlcsirabln for thr ff'UnrJatiniis of li'tlo lilouses. pllk mn'i. nef nnrl fiik. with chiffons. r.rt.! any of the materials: fnr veillns: ibrm. nmUo ;ip most nt-j They nre often rcry ?impTel hi desitm. the only r.rnnmor.tal touch! in the l.ice cnlinr and. perhaps.! tijiy uiulcrpIrcTcsx Ono rharmlnp! -Intended to be worn wirh n blue tr.ilorpfl snit mr.dc in the popular becoming style with j-lcrvfj RTH! tiiov.so in one. Over the fonndntfon of white chinn silk laid n floTveriHi chifTor> with white ground over which were liny in shades of bliift nnd green and color. this again was chiffon notching the bine of the suit, which wn? also used to form narrow pleated frills nbont the white lace roHnr and at the elbow nbore the narrow Ince In the more elaborate Wk As far as your Bread, Cakes and Pastry are concerned, n i you them Irom us, because M We Have .f The Latest I Order Your Flowers From The Henderson Park i and best that men and ma- Si terials can produce Orders tor TJT i JL JtUt unss Easter Lilies, Carnations, Hyacinths, Tulips, Nar- cissus, Palms, Ferns and House Plants in variety at-lowest prices a Taken up till Thursday, Ap- ril IStli. Delivered Friday g i Phone 1OO3 Florists inorning T i side tlie Fire Hall See Window at H. A. McKillop Agents We also carry Metallic and Waxed Flower Designs ;