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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta i i DAUA" if 'if L center back scam and from the breast back bur not routine tlie front. which will thnn. usually pnpnlar the business v- 1> K fr a fprinc and simmer, fis it is but nat- i-rni when the requirements of warmer O to show .1 considerabl r.'or.ther are considered, but' this ten- dency will not be carried TO Onfcniutig to this, the out- r.nd a moderately fitting coat will he preferred, moderate in shoulders, with- rtirvcd. having considerablo. "bell." a frock of fancy striped or mixed worst- been, nble to take its place. No othei gives an air of dignity equal to that bestowed by frock, and in it every man assumes the appearance of one who determines to do honor to the tune, place and occasion. That it will cnntlmii! to bold its place there is no nud the man who is asked way bavin? boon advanced to the dig- of a dress zannent. the business followed with n new of This our c-ajgeration of cho_st. easy yet car- FIE trend oJ tfae fashion'fancy cuff, or any of the will srt be confined to business out the idea of closeness. The sho-s that for 'tho coming: fripperies of odd or extend to ail sorts nf coats. spring season, at the! either or dress garincr.ts. ctress as well as for genera- tendency win be roTvjuxl '.a tbo coat will wo ?ee any conservatism. The clcthea of tho front length or" of the best dressed men. wh-n- whkh wo h.ive twine ac- Ftudy the suirabiliry r.nd convpr.ic-r.'TJ in of as well a? ilio fasii.- In t-io toiuifn-y for all gar-j Jti' Jon. will be for tho ah-; fc r-r-vanl further ;ho s aence _.. t the eicgf fancr frills of any kind, ar.dj while iiif.-o of simplicity will tsikrr who to Lf wiil bo no place in the! in ibo iatcft rao.'iv: to Characteristics of the New Fashions rti'lgitg from present appo.ir.inc this; season and probably for LI aro n-'Klerntc.! trac will be for fitting cnrments. especially in coats. The extrt-ini close fitting coats of tee fall and baclc of the cone will bo quite form fit with tbr> waist well defined nr.d a moderate over the hips. Tlie seam will bo hiirh in sivtf nn of nud a plnin ront win iK'pinfvil in the ceatcr sack oonrs. although the latter will not be Thr? erpativ favored black cuta- to irive advire about formal day dresa will do well to reme-mbsr that while tlie double-bronsted frock is correct been jo-owins for both, formal and informal daydress bnr in the coinins i occasions, the cutaway is suitable onb the lusher miriness ami j for the more informal occasions, and u will pass by the i as much incorrect when worn at strict- k to prcntpr c-test than formal occasions as is the dinner and adopt the business cutaway. at an evening reception. this preferred mode! of this altrnrtivc uar- j RecogmziD? IUL-, ieu Pient will liaro p. narrow hack, with a I flonWe-J.rcaFtfd Crock Is gi modoratclr short waist. wUIhft shorterj'mcnt place in the coining seasons tendency, the given a prom- be well rut away below tho lowest of thr- buttons. In other re- fashions, made shorter, close-flttbi? with the waist well defined and only a the trade term hn.s it. These features will be common to ail coats. Correct Sack Coats The will Tlose with Ibrre buttons wills n frnut fairly str.ii.LMsr. wit.h blunt cornr-ra of tho season. Double-Breasted Frock for Formal Occasions VThlle th? black cutaway ha? Perhaps the nost noticeable rlwns-; (.Hed. Fn.jielimrs Ihe t'p tn the sprint: coa-s will be in tho sbaitoj ortcn ,0.VCJlt'; of the iinrt rrense lines. The coming spring r.ti'J ?umraor for the1 ward dc-. Thi? tcaflency winter will be f-lichlly relair-d for will rr.orlf-rsteiy long, and the crease CORRECT DRESS CHART _ DAY 1 j OCCASION j AND 1 1 j i 1 UTitT A S D COLLAR CRAVAT BOOTS 'i1'" rm> j SiiV Moonitivr.e [ink CALL. l AND Ci r. Cloth; or K'd 1 'I i i i Mi-.cb s. n. BUSINESS. 10UXGE oVV MORNING CIA: j or MOTORING. or 1 Four OoM Lir.Vj Hisiure e r, 1 .T- i _ i ---1- t r. r-i s Sof: CufTi i j i i TEA, :r-.ulv- r: S. II -I-TrirZ or v c-r Pain li.i e, r.tj.cii :XVh-.tr nr Far.cj Br.-ii Ftii orcr I Laiihcr 1 or i AND _ or VJ1; Live RriMH nr N-... tc-pl I N G D R E S i l FlVt' Leather itettencd or r. MI cr rORMAL VT j P.rii 1 AND c INFORMAL 'iVhtf i 1 CLUD. STAG AT HOUE ;r Ox f 3rd rv.th irner tune thrre nnd button plnccd. usually one of c.ich op button is tbip Fr'nson it !s probable rluit. the middle button will be closer, tho top nnd bottom loft im- will noccFsitate n soft roll, whirii will roll to the second on r.t Jeast: but the roll will be dif- ferent from the soft ml] ns generally inderstood. Tt. will bo flat to corre ?pond with the flatness of tho chest. Tt must not be ironed down, but he :i? flat as ran be obtained without press Ing smoothly. At least for onrly sprine the double brcnstefl suck will be more popula than it. has been for many For some time there bns been n to: denry In {his direction, fostered no t tbo materials which] nre shown in this mnaecHon. Some of tho fl-pviots. especially In browr.s. nre bonutifnl in shadr; and pattern and will be dcscrve-dly pnpTilnr.