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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EARMERETTE COSTUMES MAKE MW YORK GASP Was of Bright Blue and Green Furniture Cretonne With a July Orange Suits That Look Like the Queen of Sheba Gone CnrrrHmnrtrnrc of The Stnr f AjrA1 from the w I the Kifth Avem patriaied Torontonian possesses tn picture the frail fairs who wifl the windows of nally so over the and under the Avenue j waves attired as this year designers everybody that isnt planning j H would necessitate at j to be mermaid till summer is gn iin lo enlist as a But tliii farmerettes and farmer Some of lh busy Indies them in businesslike khaki least three one absinthe I and the horrors of war to provide the reqniyitp stale of j thank one doesnt need o go and wear all one i my the fashion editor fre nililiM I with inilitarvlookinE i long coat jirt hp rn Ing Occasionally one of a Ot ip Wc Visit lhp these adds a bnttoneddownthe front easy to take oft when one G in the thick of easy to put on again when one takes the street car or the Ford bus back to Such models remind me of tiie little Canadian fruit pickers I saw in the Niagara Jnpt j for the put on her privateblack and what ever we sre in their she invicroroiily excludes from her Most women want to wear what every other woman has she while variations may be at the one the well j dressed woman will nevefdo is j copy see that cape j with the draped neck ecs o the Koomers did duty in Ycrk swarms with l the cherry trees wouldnt take one as a gift no er who the designer was Then But these nesigns are not the Ule caw of thai attract the Theyre too i i i me louai TI I ess tlle with the oblong uh Ike Ihe other day a i selfbound rou know Avenue shop of usually staid buttons on the pin behavior four with down the When it came originations labelled m it was in georgette at ten Vacation Farmerettes CosI and I must I hadnt 4en i I a beater design In some But next thing t it was copied One had tn flo thr last tn soe them in all colors in a fivedollar at all on UiJ day of j Today the side street shops have it Ihe siuewalk was embroidered with j at Uirccninetyfive and I hear i humanity to the And no j theiW a batiste fiveninetvfive The first axcheek I edition over on Sixth avenue cd damsel wore a smock of bright friend of mine bought one of the blue and grcon furniture cretonne tondollar but you i that iniild have made itself heard couldnt pay her to wear it above the battle of the Marne l not it is lown 1niiv i Io e Just the same with navy stockings j blue georgette They were yb THE THREE GRACES ARE Be No Difficulty in Securing Soldiersvof the Soil If Only These Girls Could Be Seen at Home With Their Their and Their Jersey Women Aeroplane Builders on Parade tn an English City Winnipeg Womens Volunteer Reserve Has Proved Its Worth Came to Governments Aid During Recent Stride and Operated to Co on Drafts Sent to England as Anxious to Go Overseas C an early date of the resolution sub absolutely that women nnd brown Oxfords made a modest but the smock had to share that this soldier or soil carried hi j byaTl means1 her nonchalant It was real ry ovcr cerise or ANADA should have organ ized battalions of women to meeU emergency cases at home as well as Winnipeg according to Colin Camp of that liave blazed trail and have shown what such bodies of women can and it is up to all other large communi Twelfth of Juiv orance with a blick i Sln if can wear or border Illf you wnnt not Ive counted ten in this one there are throe i in a row l for whatever call which may be sent speaking about the Winnipeg and field installing and preparing motor driv camp cookingand camp physical and military Since the fall of wo have had members on nitive service an year have sent two small drafts to Knsland through the Johns Am bulance During the last two years when the prospects of overseas service seemed a remote we have acted as an aim Harry Sexton of Halifax stated that the need for such workors was sorely missed in tho Halifax The question of a volunteer reserve has nwakenpclR widespread Interest already throughout and it is the hope of the order that the Gov ernment will show their approval at yEKYHODV old enough to vote nns at least bowing acquaint ance with iKe Tllfec even may not cnll them by tlifiir given noodle of our blrtll Ijacliesls weftvcs the color and pattern of the aiid I have not metithp Old yet myself but li6s will tut oft my yarn prob abiy while I Am stilf But not everybody Is fortunate enough to have a personal with the Three Blooming Thalia Mirthful nnd Urllllant Aglaia were the handmaids of With Comely entertainment Sweet scmblnnt offices that And all the complements of cour So they walked their lovely way through Ancient ful the of the past and he possessors of the Arent they beauMifulV holding a white faco OKninst her glowing check nnd btovv ing VON agree from your heart Hint they Aniil Thcro aro snowy who tin everything but lay their eggs already Comic relief in the Pastoral Comedy supplied by twn mitted to them advocatingthe of such reserves throughout all of even in our worka day we have had a glimpse of llicse the and the Great God To acute cars Kiicli still whispers of their Cut it has been reserved for US to have the Three Graces actually em bodied beneath our They live in an oldfashloncd house painted weather stained and soft green paint in is embowered in great dark pine There is a long d during this j Variations of This Popular Dish liuvn and the house mall drafts to itsel young newcomers to the Will It WHS thp ICuphrosy true to her own charac even lu this reincarnation who hud named them and A couple of shy wliite pig lings they proved when she had shooed them out of shelter for me lo sec and their scuttling gult show ed them well Theyll soon get to know tnc OK mider her longcurled anil her lliiffew her knltlini fliuih even as she or the neglect none o Iriendly ortices that I come to sec them the minute I get home from school lOuphrosyne nearly through the and I tn Ik lot t By Way of fattening them I sup with u that bcsuoko EGG OMELETS FOR i ALL OR ANY MEALS Will Solve Many a House keepers self Is bordered by a Millstream i i nvjun iiunuces t ion one and a small orchard on I upon the lovely calf Viola A Checkerboard Recruit KLCETTE GRKENfMS wasnt the sole how There was a black and white IT whatever Winnipeg Womens Volunteer j lions were without such taking I who is honorary j turn the the ralsccllanj the women proved their worth j fous since in4he recent strike in our The the Forestry and 107th Balta we went into Mary Eliza commissioner of Government tele and have now men on our E A Hopelessly Quiet Place checkerboard rccruit it a i beths for Real Xew j Phones commented on their work as sfiret A pale pink I Yorkels of thc downtown brand who i srey smock also offered wollld eat to the crash of a jazz or even the crash of and a citation in each with its handkerchief providing a note of follows The true value of an organI This acting on Information ization such as yours was most aptly from England to the effect that the demonstrated in the recent crisis in reserve trained business women LOlor that sounded like reveille1 1 two inches of the ear But to me the cool i were not fancy dress costumes mind i aUl White 1he Iittle mtsiil1 Tliej were soberly and sincere curtains the wicker trays and ly designed for Miss New York who with yearnd to help Hoover plant two their tnions ivhere one grew But is wheatless lay nnd that no cant you just imagine the cane larl in the back of Jonathan Corntossel when j much the lutle friend of all onion5 Applied makes me feel that if I could afford I for a job wjiich I cant Id watch I think I something bathing suits They iuue to each more dazzlingly Today we had ice and i impossible than the one bpforp j The ice was served on i l a shce It a sprlg i i 1u i i ti llicil UUSIIltHS WOlnCIl Child s than endure a meal j our in which the women render available in England for the Womens 111 sllenop rnn uirloi in consider Mary Elizabeths ed valuable Through your i Auxiliary Corps was about i immediate in an hour we began recruiting and have I of you were able to perform a reopened our By August 1st valuable patriotic that madethe Winnipeg will have re possible tho continuance of business jeruited up to These conditions at a time in the countrys women are desirous of going over affairs when delays and interruptions to fill any gap behind the firing By VIRGINIA CARTER GG omelets are particularly adapter to the summer and variations of ttlis popular dish will often solve the housekeep ers be It lunch or dinner that is In preparing a plain omelet one in these later days I tell it without the addition of other ingre1i T OTHB O lucky dients or any filling three eggs arcDogs allowed for two persons but the But when introduced to the dogs number may 1je materially lessened when the filling is of a substantial the And three I happier maidens than the Three j Graces it would be hard to Gone to the Doge IT can be seen at a glance that blooming her hisj i Irous peachbloom and i dusky was meant to preside j over pastoral Yet Thalia Milked Three A with the curtain of thick curls that hanga UTher Is not yet But all Just inter milked the two pedigreed Jersey cows ono reason why theii cream was so thick and per haps She did not spend all day at lor Aglaia is well in at and has a marked apti tude for But she alwiivs got the milked in time and bad some minutes over to spend tie lovely calf Long before Furmeretting becamo the really fashionable thing it is the Three Graces were help ing their father on the land It might Kuphrosync si si iiitu using the cultiva Tllalia on ton f tall mending the roof or the barn Aglaia mowing the lawn or feeding the chickens so I thems0 KclvirS Ueauty through The Three Graces have a brother J Vothll who two they dowu A Plain French Omelet the whites and yolks i lo ljclnS Pmil one can hardly blame There hcon is Eislebig and but I am assured gentle as a kitten on tho job at When IDnil of her name be for isnt tiiere to be dymore Bull Bearand olhers English Bulldogs of famous are too costly to This per sonal so willingly All they ask is that the Gov ernment will erinip them with uni about con table with Mary lllJUli on a Thehoney i i Mary Elizabeth is running a recipe page in the Delineator they tell so I wont hazard a guess as to how ss s she made that heavenly less foralVlHmc candled more unimaginable to swim in To and it tasted like high noon I saw what struck me as the Queen of Sheba gone The first thing that ones consciousness was the presence of 7eacock blue knickerbackecs laced up the sides with mustard colored grosgrain Over these Hiresting garments was worn a mauve velvet sleeveless with a border of strands of and purple A the corners ribbons inter woven like hinrlrr garten paper and purple and white satin shoes completed the ladys Jrreducalele for she added a cape of mauve and peacock to match her a huso peach bag to hold her and a cap that was a series of by Last of all there was a still in the college Roquefort Cheese Dressing pound roquefort 1 small finely 6 table spoonsful olive 3 tablespoonsful teaspoonful Mash cheese with a add paprika and then the Flace dressing on ice to become cold before This dressing is a little different from the usual roquefort cheese The minced onion gives a prevented seriouspersonal and public i forms nnd so our women inconvenience and are truly said At the present time the reserves itnmtlKJ They have paid for their are preparing themselves to meet any shortage of labor during the harvest j and through the Deputy Min ister of are taking a course atthe agricultural college arid many of them will go into the country where they will run gas A large number of them are already serving through the farm areas of Saskatchewan Iully 350 of them also assisting in the work of While tfilling at the activities of the Winnipeg Campbell stated they had organized in for the purpose of preparing a body of women to take up all kinds of work behind the firing and they had in in mtj tUlUi s i uiliuil nlged with interwoven and very delicious and appetizing flavor a square frame of them around the point of the parasol 1 where it pierced ttfe Another Gorgeous Mermaid UXDER chaporonage of gorgeous lounged an oilitr clad in black satin nnd a sleeveless sweater iffar cf orange cotton gabardine holed all around ths holes and lower with bright z There was a long sash with srtuare cornered blue Whatever may not be conserved along the imagination assuredly t It takcs more than any poor ex ICE OF QUAUTY youns housewife was com of the smal piece of Ice1that had been left In response to her ortier fbr fifty That icemaji was convinced that she and inexperi enced is evidenced by the nature of hla reply But the firm and excellent finality of In buying ice your motto should be net how much but how to Of the cheese is quite expensive but for 30 cents enough dressing for eight to ten por tions of salad can be What Shed Get GOOD story is attributed in to Miss Nina Oldfield in the drama For Sweethearts and and In one of the scenes she cooks the heros One evening name of the cast were discussing war economy in the when Miss Oldfield remarked to the Supposing we wire really 1 would do the cook ing and so savo the expense of a proper of I should want something for my what should 1 get at the end of the replied the about a week you would be abla to draw ray insurance received spoclul instruction in first aid nnd home field telephone own training and many of them have taken it after working1 AJiHIi reference to the tualitications of these women who have joined the ryiks fully 500 are expert graphers and trained office 100 are capable professional and experi enced many arc domestic science and several have institutional Ellen officer com manding this on ac tive service with a number of her workers and has been made head of a field ambulance corps in the imperial In writing of the splendid work tho women are who states that such women should be recruit ed for efficient and effective not only overseas but at to meet any emergency In recent of four beat the yolksuntil English Bulldogs of lemon colored nnd the white as stiff bleedana a worth fabulous sum ly as Add to the yolks four tablespoonsful of cold with paprika and celery salt to taste then fold in the beaten whites so that the whole is a foamy Hert a large tablespoonful of short ening in the omelet pan and pour in the egg Cook over a very moderate turning ihe pan been won by a succession of beauti ly if necessary until the omelet is ueauii well risen and tiie edges are firm enough to be loosened from the side of the pan with calce Fill ing of various kimls may now be added if desired after which the omelet is turned over into a neat half Cook for a moment on the under side and serve immediate ly inverted on a hot The is of While the doecolored little French with thoroughbred airs and alluring Is a worthy representative of our inimitable Thalia will show you the Cups and Ribbons and various prizes that down the country they carry on serenely undjithe companionable eye of their and the charming attributes of kyndenesse and good fellowship and fun as still If everybody who needs nn in ducement to go back to tho land see the Three Urnees at homo would be no further diffi cultv in enliatlng Soldiers of HD Persistent Ringing in Your Ears Is aCalUor Expert Aid most carefully made omelet falls very It v C1 t w quickly after its removal from the Closing Your LOT WUh Your Hand a Bandage Does Not Stop the Treatment Will Not Do You Much GoodrDangerous to Attempt lo Cure A Summer Omelet two mediumsized pep pers Into boiling water then re move the seeds and and chop Turn into a saucepan with half a cupful of thick tomato sauce rather highly add four Uiblcspoonsful of finejy flaked crab meat other cookud fish may ul fence of tho seven not to H ears EAD ear hissing and other such abominations in the arc enough to disturb the pa used and two mention Pienty of Soil TUIEmans shirt front far from apatites and his waistcoat coat ivfre covered with firime and but a laryu bunch was placed on the lapel of his What do you thinii hi to casual point iiiu to the the of chopped ing in a plain omelet or add it to the four fold in the whites and cook for plain Omit the water if tho tomato and uiab mixture is with the A Provence Omelet jyuv one of minced onion in one tublcHpoonlul of hot shortening until delicately Mil two peeled and diced half a teaspuor Iui each of salt and of and a tiny pimh of pow dered stirring con for five Hub a bowl with a rut cluvi of garlic and in this beat this egg yolks thru stiffly whipped whltlS and the vwtuMc Whip lightly and cuok as for plain Kidney Bread Omelet Parasol Is Latest Fashion Fancy atenin biuind refute the ancient dl new under for tlniv is reiialnly makiM its NiVur hitort has like thin modinh Tlnn nrt lour omi t t a very hearty and to HCIVC for a summer Split two veal kidneys and out Hit hard white euro and the Kurrouiiding it Simmer for twoniy niiiiutrH In water to then iool and j lry in liiblcsipdunful of jliot iiach if mincud onion nnd green fper thtn add he chopped I nail and paprika to taste one tHi spooniul of sihrcdtfau1 parsley and half K tcaspoonfiil of lemon Stir and cook the ingrcdiinlK for three nr four miiiiitcs and place over hot wHttr to keep Hofteii one i jrupful of hrcud crumbs with just inuugh milk to makethem quite I moist add one tuhlespognfui of molted n liyht dustiiiR of salt iiml paprika and the stiffly beaten yuiks four Miswell nnd fold tho stiffly whipped Turn into two small layer caki mention There aro more good this as fillj afflicted these auditory than mlyht fill a large Tinnlfus is tlie medical pundits tochniciil for tlTts 1 There may or mtiy not be a little i dizziness or oven high blood i If head noises tiro in your In any It is an un happy If there Is chronic infliimatlon or a discharge present this must bo When closing the outer ear diminishes thu noises siNcessful treatment Is possible nnd tin ear sounds are often If a constricting band lessens the tin tho trouble is hack in the inner labyrinth of Iheear or Its There irritations or weakened blood and fluid may be found closing your ear with your band j or a bandage does not stop the I treatment will not have much of a victory to Its drum and car bones are peeled to be the result you must have he cause deter Then state whether there is little or any deafness present and give facts an to its constancy or f ls insti is more hope of its disappenranco than if tho noises are always present I If you have this trouble ami jlmil relief when n catheter Ig jn into the tube It is j fin excellent and augurs well for complete An ear and nose of Is alom skilful enough to insert this little Tho possible of these ear which owe their origin to miiny possible CHII perhaps only be attained by discovery of the associated mischief and Its A detailed examination nnd explora tion of the teeth and throat are Tests with tho tuning forks and other Instruments arc in mat hard Insects and other for eign be tho seat of the hear well in that ex cess of ueal In tho way of too many remedies nnd too much manipulation may do more hailn than Two or Ihree weeks of treatment followed by nn ffjun terval of rest Is the better plan to Sinco hardened Hardened possibly tho most common then susjniuiKO of the administration uf drops of a mixture of wak ilronulln together with that Microbes and bacterial Inflations jof pituitary glandi or one sort or anolhur from the bus been a helpful method wherewith tonsils or which wreak their1 toughened lln the the method of vegetative mischief through the ear tube of the nose and are guil ty of muny kinds of head Evidently the victim who visits or writes thedoctor I suffer with head Kindly telj tni vvhut treatment Is u matter ihlcrmincd by tin correct diagnosis made by thn expert Getting Hie Number fpyEKK was a Misli of a cloud to do for expect no very Justi and Ule tuni hat there is K lo Inwhen parasol V uith Rlu1 I which cause u sincirc lk l IM1 T u a mvm i vm l chop U ll j satisfactory answer lo his query Tho kinds and causes of tinnitus are many more everi than the number a dili gent ear specialist narrows the typo the old gentleman sprawling in the He picked himself up and dashed up to a yelling excitedly motor car knocked ma down Thi policeman took out a business like noichook ami said IJKI you notice the sirf ;