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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUMDAY. MAUCM �, 15)18 VUE LKTUHHindl-; \)Ml.r IIKHALD SUM SltHOUEltB DOMINANT SKIRT'IS SMART NEW COSTUMES AND HATS CREATED BY LEADING DESIGNERS IN FRENCH CAPITAL AND NEW YORK Thiead Lace Revived for Din-^ net' Gowns-Haif-Dccol-} Ictagc Is Smart. NEW LUSTROUS CLOTH Wooden Beads in Brilliant Colors -^Zouave Jackets Tie Arpund Waist. By ANTJB Kl'mCNHOnSIO. ... NEW TORK, Feb. ,21. PAlilS and J'alm Beachi command tho aUcntlon of thoao whose' fortunes are tied up in 'women's kppa.rel. Pfcrla Is more Impoptarvt In n larger sense; P�4ni Boaoh in a smaller sonso. It depends on the vlowpolnt. ' ' Paris ja In the exr>6rlrnental stsire; It Is'preps-rlnir foi; Iho future.' Palm Beach Is trying: what has been pt�p�j�d. We have not ms yet oeen Irt iWS coutvtry any ot tho new Parlg .rowns. In rsilm Besch th\cMln(.'; Uu' knlfo witli piiraf/ln p.v licr, and tlic aWcii will he smooth ami i'vrn A nut luiil iiiyvle n.-ilail Is lir.pi-ovpd by (Ik; aiUiilioii of c;tiofped Hbb. Use Jual a imii! ID glvn i) .spltiy siisplcion. , t!ae I'ui'mc'.Aiiii cUcckp Instond .of the ordlnr.vy Uiml In i-Krobit,s. with toma-i toPU, ap.nalifitti, or any dish whore j Ihe rlipcHt; l.s In hp aprinUlpd on. U. can hi! liouglii alioady po'n-dprnd. and Is. llinrnfdi ('. 11111 .oiilonlly aiitl mors (ivoiily apread. f'rlery .siil.-id is UnprdVml by UiR ad-dilloii "I small lilocks of cranberry I iflly. U mills a laii>; tu aii ol,lioi-v.-ise tnaif'.f'.iH Hiilad. is used tx> hold In these short wraps at the waistline and to form a bow or ends at the side or tho back. Thread Lace Doumt Go�ni THE half decollete evening R-own coDtinues as tho dominant fashion. -We have not yet accoirted it Wbolc-heartedl}' In America, but a larger degree of enUiusiasm may be shown for it when the Informal social life ot .'jprlng and summer begins. Black tulle, tlir�a.d lace and lace flounces are constantly shown to the American buyers in the new evening gowjis. The block tulle i� embroidered with roees and large, fonsptciious designs formetl of silk thread and beads. Thread laoo is revived in such a fashion that one believes it was takt^ii from tho shelves ot other yoam and from the trunks ef other decades. Palm Beach hss already .ftarted to wear (;;hantllly lace, and It is more than probable that America will go In for a lacc season. The dressmakers do not care for this fashion as much as one would expect, for they bavo to deal witli the difficult pi-oblem ot using t,hoir beat customers' old laces. It is not a task for-a civil engineer te make flounces : into' medum - clothes, but such an expert soems to be neceegary when one is asked to , tiirn berthas, old lace frocks, scarfs and dolmans into a ^own that is as modarh as to-morrow. The moment ana suggests flounces, the averago mind gets a quick vision of fullness; ot skirts' that flsjc, but this vision should be Instai^Uy eclipsed by another wlilch shows that everythiiig is scanty and nothing allowed to flare. �When lace flounces are used today they axe put ever slim foundations, and they may soften a liarth outline, hut do not contribute much to its width. Blaok tulle gowns have these thread lace flounces on them, and they ai-e ^rapad over excessively narrow forms of Mack sstln. and if thsra is any tendency on the part ot the laca ta fling Itself out In defiance of the new silhouette. It is promptly suppressed J>y a band of A Free Dinner. '|-o ilic iruvolcr of today who crunt-hle.s ;>( i!if> rale charK'"! in the dlii-M-K, restiiui-Riilii, at depots, pU'., il la inliM-cHlliiB to iiotR that, hi th(> llir Iraubportation Hue to liirn nivi'l. .^nd ihi' HUrrounciluBH ol lesi' \V.iynldi.' Iiuik wbh as attractive s llie lilllof fan' v.iis bountiful. Think r nn early iiioniiin; re|iasl of 'waffle!', jininleraWf, lls'i, IIckIi and fowl" ii-dwu 111 Willi tli>- pricp ot a atHRB-iiicli ridp: 11 Us pnougU lo maUo one ilnsy tlip ii�;.tl tlntp he l.i e;;poctfld to \\ ih'.' waiter in a puUmaii dining-:u-. MODISH' -�k;it1v^l TAILORED IPROOC BEADS What Shoppers Learn in Clothes and H&t Stores RHr e.veells!iiCB is �ome .sort of wen I- roiiiiters In most nhop� show li�MVy nalln or 'ir;ni of pluck vrIvl-I ..    -1 iiBUon b'c'es uiidur tiie cliln. jet or embroidery which tucks it tinder the 'hem of. the lower skirt and keeps It in order. Til* Surplice Jacket is showing short jack-, eta wlth>'frpnts cut into long snda that cross belt)w the bust, ' slip through slashes In the underarm seams and comp out again to tia at the back. This coat la already In Ameriqa, but France is sending over, later, a dozen or niore applications of ths one idea. . '-. There are ' short- woimve jacketn 'pHli coal sliuvvn In the fourth sketch in iniide of navy satin, with lines UL.5 till? tror.;, and the deep shawl or capo collar is so arranged that It straight sitirt. gathered In at tho wslst where it Joins the nimosi: ctjually simple..bodice section, an elastic Itnnd serving' to Iiold the fulness in pl.ic�, and moke the slip-over feature pos- _______....... sible. The sleeves are of thn flowlnR waiat and aU-.;vc-3 oC plaid serge or kiinono type. The pockets arc braid-l"tbor wool I'ubrie. The back of tilted or eniltroidered In contrasting I garment la cut i.u iho same general colors, as �ro also the neck of the gnirment and tbe little' vesUic. Tho negligee proper may be developed In color, with vest of wplte. it -tr -fr "j^*RANCK makes thiB pinafore- frock of the second sketch of blue satin with panels of chiffon back >ind front and wide sash of blue satin tied at' back. Ukewlss. France shows ' this other Kowil made of sllv�red tulle and loue dropped over a short grey satin petticoat and topped by a grey satin blouse with short, light sleeves; �ft -tr it rrWIB new bit ot millinery from Paris is of fine black straw with a cur- may lie drawn high about the lliroal if dcalred. i.' it -it rpiIE frock shown, in the first of ihe lower skctcnes Is a smart example of the tailored atrtet dre�i�e� de-leloped for spring. Beige cglored faille or other heavy corded silk mljfht ho used for skirt end cspe. with beige chiffon printed In soldier hluo for t!i� bodlue. aprl soldier bluf satin sleeves, vcstce and collar. This gown fustens underneath (lie arm anfl at the �h:iulder, the little vasteH bphig held ill place by the uvitrlspping cape. �iV * i- riM-lE last sketch i^ of a slip-un s�r-menl ot blue silk crepe glrfiled with blue taffeU finished with fringe and beads. There are bands of these coral pink hoads tt h-ips, bufl, and neck. , rhi. furl owliic to the wool short-11. is ail act of ptiirlotl.sni now to ton- | ti,,t muU-K necessary a curtailing: of the anumiit of fabric in the woolen suit for spring, the Eton coat, nnd iitlipi- types of .short coat are coinlin; in svitli u vengeance. And the \ya.\wicijat that extends below th�t coat in front will help lo pioce out this stuliliy lltt\e coat- Clever women will find .an e.vielleiit way of remodelliiK last yepr's suit by short-enlnjj iUh c-oal-or having a tailor do no for tlioin-.and brishteniuK it and rejuvenating It by adding a waisl-coa!. V: it -i serv*- wool, 'PUA'r 10 weiii a silk coal doss not m�an that oni* go cold, for following the lead of the Krench de-sljTlier.s between-Heanon sa.lin coats nre made whli an iiiterlliiiuc of fiullt-iiig. Albeit this Is ot cotton hutting, it jm wai'tn. 'pil.\T whe.llier you will have sleeves at all ill your riev.- spring U a niooled (|iie�ilon. Some of the new suHb are made with l^toii i'coats without any sleeves. There are velveteen sleevelefs coats made with small beli.t out in the alale so that r can search them." Visions of a jail sentence for having liquor in. hi.s possossloii ^flaslied through the mind of a passenger half way down the car. Con\niIslvaly he threw hi.-) NO. 25-ECONOMY. "A creative economy is the fuel of maanificanca."-Emarson. AV.\RICK is thrift, gone to seed. Thrift is econoriiy ove.r developed. Economy Is general carefulueas, and freedom from waste oi- e.v-travaffuncp. .Well-balnncted economy is always a virtue-and an a�,"!et. The r.iarKlna will be narrow, and on the right hand side, you ina.V find some words bent aroiind in order to get them in on that line. The 'Words will sit rather closo to one another, likewise the lihcs, ot writing. There will bo no long flowing terminals, flouriahos, wide white spau4i|, a)id the vvritliip will bo moderate size, frequently without first Or last strokes to beglnnlnn and endings of words. Sometimes the letter ends right abQve the date line where it began, as though the Impulse to fill all the whits ly inore than ha� that price, no one ^j'j,- j,^^,,^ urges us to decide in a hurry. Hhop-ping now becpriies a serious matter, as Well with the, s5le.�peopI� as with the. shopper. v5- -^i vt If t|ils .tackat is of dark blue serga or gabardipe, as it fi-equently Is, it has thsse ends tipped with bright with ends that do not go throtigh any Slashes In tlie underann Hotims, |j.pj^j.jj .^^.j,,, ^orils'could not be resisted. There Is economy ev.!dent In the a"fflatTbow at S'e ba^ik ti''^waint" jof PaP''- I'l-'clnK of words and lines, and .sometlntes m the careful nnd unoatentallou.'! use ot ink. ' ' ' � .. The person who wrote the above lines la a, ver.V economical, but nut a , , ^ istlnfry person. Will spend for food qunlily n)at�rlals rather than for poor ?rrt^""'�� to order t.,0 much n^r '- � too little, nnd will iiRO much ine'onuity in putting- to good service all left over scraps. There arc no flourishes,^ or enibelUBUmentg In this, thoue are short termlnala, but there Is no miserliness because no Ink hiis boon spared, unii bccaiiso there are good spaceft between the words-and be-twot^n the, lliiPK ot writing. Good intelllKerico and oreunlo (juallty are flhp.yrn, together with a logicul, a rgumentativo mind, deterralnatioi!, obsUna�y, caution, good strong -will, voniatilit.v, .and line musiaaJ abSilliss. �. . i NO. 26r-EGOTISM. ClMcM ^ CUofllflll Suit /pus modish lltHe' froolc shown i" J- tht �ky ribbon iti briKht colors, |t Is' the tpp notch consei-vatlon H^sater, "Not'an Inch of worsted is used. Francs has 'launched ''It as the successful novelty of the season, I and It bids fair to catch the y--^' American' taste, "just as did knitted silk sweaters and caps that were Isuhohed by Chanel In' Dedu-' vllle tho summer bsfore the hvf r. Mddng Her Fael Bad ]y�RS. BltlCKTOP ibiirstlng' Willi prl(l�))-r:;H6v^. ,rt'j;e ^IlUe niy..'Pow' carpet,'Mrs.. Crijssaye? " Mrs. 'CroMeye-' (bur.*tlng with: en-v>')-r^ll.'s-~5f-vqi:y .liVce' Indeed.:''.^rs. Prlcklop., fqr.:T^,tf)ri ^'u'li^^lS. .ISy;,'- the way, I .n^.rly.'foryplv ,,w%t ;I ^ca.Aig.i for. I wish-you �ivould land me your lawn' moWci'^ for' a'/fexy tn'Inutfti.;' '^ ; � MrM. � ^'rl,C^ty'^,''-i,-^ lia,5);ii  mp\yor.7,- "Really intellicient people' have too much common stnse to bscsir\s, , . ' - ooncoitad."-D. B. Lucas, ,  , TllWRE is ail exaggerated sense of "solf-lmjiortance" in cofioelted l^blljV that niakcs'lhom Botnotlmes a bit contemptuous of others. They ipok I down on others as inferior and iiencatli iiotlee. i'So, il is nalursi thatVeertain ;parts, of their .script ahali'Inpk down in hauteur upoti other Jettars. 'Mils jis particularly true of tho small "o." You will most'(liways find it Isllfr o season,piolpntlouH than 11 ought to be, and with upright writing, i",on-f.ff laininh' miuiy signs of selfiahnesH, you can put such'writers Iti thecf te^iory I v.?"? jot ilnsuffenible cads. A MB'h, exaggerated'backwardlycnrjln^- top tp the ' sinall "d" Is \ilso sometimes a confirmatory sign, as is i|ilsa a .capital '"B" that pxtends hiRh above the line, l^nd has the Seconil lofjp Of cun'ei "wjllsih EhbiiUl be roiind and full, somewhat flattened, or if t)ip end.nurl.i round ono iriiV a hull" yardii at the helh, i's i.h� waist Itn'f), This dainty frock hnt-jCan .vou waiil-.'iNvltlisniflittwn mowor'nt, ------� ...U.-.^, ...V.,,..:, ;...,,,......,, "-'Ithli, tlj,�j'pf'tlij-rj.^;;^^^.- -��:'? m "Kolf." Tlii.'i 'writing s'howS' narfoS'v-rnlndertne.^s,' self-tjidulgspoe,' Ific rC'Nistancu, purpose, and wUI, Although there is considerable dftsrmiuatlpn and obBtlnncy hero, it Is'not properly directed or controlled by theliiteUl- wlth a collar rtisde' 01- shuer whlia '"''"� cr^^sseyn,.-^ I, Wish'to ihinJand obstinacy hero. It Is pQt: properly directed or coutrollert by thel^^^ transpavent, jirgapdy, whldi'lH mussed surplipe down our turkey tmrpct fn the .'iiur.* ffence- 'rhe)',.i ln,.;kls.n n tunji.n)Uiy to argue and even uMftlTVl si tlms.-jftml , v.: 'A -it ^ fa^dloii, and.drswii lo tlie back WBrr serv a lUtlo "ll'v chill lien iir.^ irh�iv,. i'">�l' I'oiuli'Pi'';!'- to' ni'tlnK and' rtrinHihg i>i), luiti the mntei'lsl Ih^Hfrs �r nHi.ST walsiooats nrp' snroiy .ih- ends n,'.,,.iled ^8l.,ilK., w-ilut iMve f ";'^' ','* ':;'''7,^^^ .Ve-xi '\M)ik i i-.s-plain .mU lllusttKiu "iilt^'anco,' .nd "ilwo- * much worn this �)U-1iik as 'cuffs^of-oi-BKol?/ t j)(�it>- �,';--.\*. liosittlj U.*,.v mMih itt'iU: /''."i''V'-.,6ii'uui'fiiHMlll�. '.--."-.v-.ti.'.,;:', , '', ' ' �'��''^iviioHfviii ' iwwseori-. Ifl � 1 a nervous and thiraty man. When he found that the "sherlfr' was only ij .salesman, having fuhwith; evaders ot the bcaie dr>--law, his ,.,i/,, , . , , .nervousness grew Upon him and his T"^UTsHt>-."'' w;ar h^'- - '"-'i. : days and motoring, even, are made' ' ip cape faaiiion. And although the' vogiie has' hot V*'-0'n^ criize, il is likely to be taken favorably by smartly dressed wumpn. v."t V -U fpHAT rag bonnets are the thing for motoring. They, are msde ot silk rags sewed and braided ur iiilhted Into all-enveloping | hoods fpr the motorist. Of course | yei'y attractive color schemes way ( be obtained. In this way either by using liilk ecrsps or different colors or by dyeliig thetp after they are braided. -A vr ',> fpUAT wooden mountinss are-the � latest jhlng in handbags. The whole tianie of the bag la made of wood finished in a dull, unvarnisli-e ''piiAT silk gingham is used fur collar and 'cuff .*�ts on frocks of sei'fe Slid other heavy fabrics. Tlie i:'ln|||)!irti Used, is usually in small ch"ec|{s. . The collars and cuffs are edged with a liny'pleated frill. V Vr '.V w fpjlA'P hats this spring freunently 'show,crowns of flowers. K lafge PUriJItt list'Is mads with a crown, of vtDlets. .V hat of georgette crepe shows a crown ot eerariltiin blos'r soms... '^ �it \l jf!i the length of the skirt for your now dross you have considerable leeway.' A prom-JHftit, Prsiiph dressinaksr. says that notlilnjc should he shorter thsn six litc^es from the floor. � Home of. tho dliltinici-lve evening and ultlsjrnooni trucks. ar� Rotiiiders,bly longer than t'hiil,:'sho (sst year uro almost invariably prlirt-� the Minurl little frock of a slf-year-:' ,old. shown In tliu uketoh. The papril' extends down the front of (lie frock only, although the deep yoke'Is o.l�o,