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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Sauiriluy, April S. Irtll. Easter Novelties JiKtiir'vy' if- P '-V'> j'f >4" Lingerie "and Negligees for Summer Wear ii ii HE newest'inodete in lingerie; is seamed on. i show the influence of bv batistes, ciimbr'.ics and r-repes are tbe materials prevailing Empire stylos, iniosi iistd iu lingerie this season, and sometimes iu the cut of ibenvhiU1 embrowleries are greatly used, frarment iLe finny and val laces and medal- simulated effects- carried out with Jior.s .are :dso profnsely. employed, diu? and insets motifs. ln[ very svaut, with the t robes tbe Empire style ,is a 1-i preference, iu the- silk ones, for mes- ways favored, siutv ic leads it- and the soft finish taiTetas. the and Fell' espcda'Sy well to garments, fiiid in Is now tonkins; irs appearance ia msny of the princess slips :iud com- bination articles. Usually the short v.-aisicil effect is ohiaiiied by wide ri'ulioii-run beading just below the above which may be insets of or vnL or attractive designs carried out la insertion. A distinctly creation, especially desirable for wear under rbe narrow skirts is a combination garment con- sist inj: of corset cover nod knicker drawers, the latter tied in closely at with ribbons, giving a chic trim e-jfecr. Many women have the problem of eSiminoqnc er- ery bit of unnecessary bulk In under- most important problem these by wearinc two princess 'pieces. The Qrst. worn beneath the torsc-r, is 11 combination of a tittcd chemise top and drawers. This ter.y down the front, and if the draw- err; are not short enough allow the pirtors to fasten properly a slit may be. made for them to puss through. Over the corset is then vrnm another princess slip, so there is abso-j no fullness about tbe waist. A! clever idea is to have the on these lawn slip? detachable, and nincio to button onto the skirt nnder l.h? beading which heads the ruffle. One- nny then substitute ruSeg of silk. batiste or any oilier material ifs suitable for wear with one's gowns. For the stout worair. to ivhoni c-veu silk seems bulky, this is ideal. another form of the poptilar cnni'jsriatinn Is one in pf.rt. mnde with ex lends to just below cream which wa> i-rlir color point with ecru lace and iVil iu points at tiie front and back, these points finished with ?ilk Then? was a small butterfly bow at tbe of the pink silk with long ends also finished with 'IVa jackets, hand embroidered and luce trimmed, may bo found in a va- riety of styles. The arc dniuty and cool for ralilsuouBer mornings. The Japanese khaonas. in-pretty floral arid yfc.uern'v Accessories 0 have tho appearance being quite uncorseted. supple but shapely PersLiu and Orbital coloring? in the flounces nu> considered very white bhtok and "white effects bid fair to :u poiwlar in petticoats as they are iu "outer garments. NesSigees have never so nt- fascicnrin? and bewitching as hey are this season. The woman who s able to pass by these alluring con- "octions without beius: trapped into wild exmrvagajuiX' is a rarity. Here again is struck the Empire note in many of the more elaborate creations, the simpler models. Crepe de rhine and satin, sometimes veiled a beueecent iu r-hiffou, are the favorKi materisls, happened to mold her wbiie the trimmings ranire from !ace iri -xact with the present and ribbon to -orgeous niferallic-iia- of is the broideries and richly beaded hrmdines. of lhe wel1 dressed woman. One very Freach mwle! rose color 'U bas been cut on scant, straight lines. attainment by those who are able n tunic of black d- sole, lo itc Itoro corsets, but finely plaited, unrt hammed the demand for flexible cor- Mine matnrial, ?ETe a smart Hne IitUe as-possible of solid black to ootllne its He- wz BUIUJ- new mode's icr.v this hem vaa a wide baud of "Lxx and that are boned onl? heavy cut .iteel erabrvirlery. done on j proper lines and a L're-r de sole, which to the figure. the top of the corset. They are made j up in brochf', in white leather or iu soft, supple chamois. The lower busted corset will no doubt add to the popularity of the The stout woman has al- ready found it indispensable for con- the bust and liolding in restric- tion the Oesb under tho arras and above the corset at the back where it is tc roll up unpleasantly. She a hnfivslj boned j strong cc-tton mesh or batiste. are as as while! of the new models are cOTered In lawn one may buy a dollar tuabroidery or Ince and run with neatly made kimonas In a Viirieiy ribbons, so that they may be daintily flowered or striped designs, jwiii'u urnler thp sheer lingerie waists. _ 1 Indeed, styles that extend to the Concerning the Corset and Its Hiw bave a fit. ted on. making the brassiere a satis-, factory substitute for the corset i Eggs, Ducks, Hens, Nests, i, etc., from 5c up All high-grade Confectionery imported from Germany WE EXCELL IN QUALITY RockonBros. Ice Cream Cafe Confectionery the whole tunic graceful IT. cling to the figure qnite as effective pale blue Hllair trimmed three-inch wide whire ribbon em- broidored with tiny srarlanils flow- This was carried down both sides of the front of the jrown. and also eilceci a large 'sqnnre 'xrilor collar. An- other foliar, of got-l iace was laid airi enttrtfcj- aieeves were of the gold over this one. formed -almost law. In pink Japanese irtft XTES nnother moce! vprr aTtncdre lines. From circular skirt reaching the J the shoulders ihart tunJc of There are rerj few changes notice- able iu these corsets. The bon- ing ia tie bark "m tbortened slightly, as is also tbi> sJnrt axtension of the fabric, 'Jos wext considerably lower. There Is VMS> tan'doncy to emphnsize the -waist a little moro at the bssac. hut the while contour of tin cor.-et ing. slagle eloquent of easy are now making s. for motor-1 boned ttg, and are so com-t iGrtuble the fatigue of long tour- Is yredT-jy lessened. An -cnusnal feature ia the band of silk elastic at Millinery In both Oxfords and High Shoes are being shown by us with the newest High Military Heel and High Bump Toe in Tans. Patent Colt and Vel- ours. Tan Shoes will be very pop- ular this season and we have all the .latest lasts in the best of leathers. Barry's Kangaroo Shoe fort. f or com- Hosiery Department in Connection on display. A Special Eas-i ter Discount offered THE LETHBRIDGE MILLINERY CO L A. scon, HILL BLOCK jrs. DUFFER1N ST. W..J. Nelson Co. ;