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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S A IT HI).A Y. AlAMCIi \K HM8 IMF, U-TimnilHiK lM;;/r MftRAM) PACK IXKA'KN SILHOUETTE DOMINA TROUSERE SKIRT IS SMART NEW COSTUMES CREATED BY LEADING DESIGNERS IN FRENCH NEW YORK .Thread Lace Revived for Din-l nci Gowns-Half-Dccol- \ Ictage Is Smart. NEW LUSTROUS CLOTH! Wooden Beads in Brilliant Colors Zouave Jackets Tie Around Waist. By AN'NE RITTKNHOCSK. NKW VORIv, Feb. 21. A HIS and Palm Bea.ch> command tho attention of those whose fortunes are Ueti up in women's tip parcl. Par la is* mart? important in (i larger tense; PoJm Bench in a imurfler awn-sc. H depends on the viewpoint. Paris* is. in the experimental stage; it ta-prepwinjr for Iho future. Palm Beach in trying: out. what, has been prepared. We have not- as yet seen r in lists country any of the new Paris gowns. Ui Palm Beach the /rowus wh i nh were e 1th e i1 i n v e n t e d. by Am or i cans or wo re .^ent over by Paris a.** forerunners lure being Mhowu here, there and everywhere. It f(5 not poftsl-bh1, therefore, for ft sartorial engineer to buikl *l con-nectltig' bri-rne of the tactm �)i� i� ii.L ion.-. ;.int hiv no!. p-cnmiT Piidetl To' i i,r* f-\ cry-day program of t ho i. .5- \ ho'M.-'V. ii'". i'i lien t-,ii!>L\u il;r bnUct* i )11 f� Mn:rres. it nfifii i-tjcUs u> the knife, 111'.'i iviy in;;i.iiif; ,*> n uncvoji pat. Try (' o \ 'M in.." 11.�� 1; r :with pa r;i ffni pn.-]ic- and 'I.'1 .-'if o wii 1 )jf; s;nQ jus* a Si't.n i�> mui y suspicion. I s�- I'ai : n. H. ( :iii lie In nij; 11! � i etui>' po-.vii"j'''d . and \>. i � i i i;i"�� it- i �1 ii . rii;nt!v and mniai dn ion f * ;iMly h julti:- ^]iirPR ' 4 t ii* \ ''Vy:; u as v .;r> iov. - - "in tnan y a;^*-s I l:* � 1 h r w i:- i', una 13^ ' i:ro%v!l : I' \ ii- 'r.tiihi.oiijLh'nu [iue f o iur*1 An*! imp .^nri'OijjjuinK^ (>f r.-'' \V;r. ^ i-ii,, n - wa;: us ui t ract U h : Hit* hill nt far-1 v. j;* ljouniii''iL Think r an pari\ ifiiM-nur.' rHpus: lie e:cpfif!terl to t* J ho * uiu-r In a pulloian dining- 3MAPJ LONG COM ar 13 n�ed to hold in these short wraps at the waistline and to form a bow or ends at the aide or the back. Thread Lace Dinner Gow HR half decollete evening; crown, continues as the dominant fash - ! ion. Vi e have not yet acc oprt e d wholc-henrtedHy in Ame-rica, but a; largrer degree of enthusiasm may be ; shown for it when the informal social ! life or' spring' and summer begins. Black tulle, thread lace and lace j flounce's aa-e constantly shown ru i the American buyers in the new i evening gowns. The black tulle h* ; embroidered wltli roses and Urpe. What Shoppers Learn in Clothes and H&t Stores 1H.V!' for Hpni'.g coulH the fHbrh- , wtnwiu'i- v\ yj-drulu-, sime t ho. neck- ?RQQipLlit?r i t�L' wt!J h:t�^ sl^ vt*luViwi for spring'. Beige ^olorei'ijof tho new .soils are made with Kton miffht he u*�d for skirt and eSpe. coaU without any sleeves. I nerc with beige chin'nn printed In whiier blue tor the hodU-.p, apd soldier blue .satin sleeves, vostt-e and collsr. Tlii* Rown fastens underneath the arm ami |\ini er^ in nu�st :-hups show :h(*iu j;i ini�: w-mjuiny cfii and color. The ;iuy tu tin: wuol shoi'^- ' lui * nui k'-y not i-ss;i ry a l rfj-.iviMia li;]^ ii by inblinif � waist- are velveteen ^ieeveiess i'uais made with Riual t helLs thii t are ypi'chjliy �t the shruilder. th^ lttll� v�stee btiitiit gijT^hani iJreapes. heli-i in place by the ovurluppintf �trnple bodice Mention, an elastic band Id the fulnesa in plaf>% i . ! cape. serving- to hold the julncsa in pl:�f�. | X" 7 u furl of navy satin, witbl''^"K IasI fl''c*^ is of a slip-un uar-l Minn* i>rli'f-rf, for it is an tin- j disputed fact that the more you have 'P'llAT fur soine ffusuii ui' other |iet-I ii:o,! i - in ]_;� i s- i oloi'ri art; i:i de- i ina.i'd fhis sijvlv^. If > on cnnnoi af-! fortl inn' i if i.a if eta or niessn 1 bus lihei"'1 ate \ pretty sutppiis in briKht fulor.-', some of i with priiite'l flowers. Tlu-y u fairly sr'ait' and unlike the peLtiooa is of >(�re. usually t^hort euouRVj tn need no a !' era t ion f* ir the a vera K'e \vo-man. rd or embroidered in cont ranting; fcunntriti i.-colorj, a,a arc aiao the necU of tlitlhaes the rro i\* it is obtained by some process fdmtlar to the one URad on the riobona irvc overcome that objection by pro-trtucine: this fabric in cornflower blue, ftn -the new, deep pink and in an excellent tone oX dark blue. Am beiffa is the leading color amon* (the French clothes, naturally, pongee, in its undyed form, should take a first jplaco among the Paris models, but! Ithe drejssmaJtera realize that women j �re not prone to put this unbecoming ! uhade next to their skins, so they i fttave brought out plaids and solid 1 f chiffon, of the new glistening Egyp- j (Uian tissue*, of satin ttned or trinuned fwitti fur and of embroidered tulle. fThey resemble elaborated scarfs. flome of them tuck in at tho ^0121-Ino in the back and drop long In the front; others go over the,front of th� figure In sunpllce fashion, wrap �tround the waist and tie with a huge bustle bow at the back. They are worn in the afternoon over thick frocks; they are worn in the evening over half decollete frocks; they have taken the place of �iiany .short, separate jackets for street wear, and they are seen at all the performance!* in the theatres and | mX the opera, aa well as in the restaurants. Tih".y are not removed. They are intended as a haJf-concealing, half-revealing and altogether subtle nud attractive garment. A woman will come into a restaurant with a dull lavender gown of j .satin, beaded and cut out half low nt the neck, with tho arms ba.ro from nix inches below the shoulders, ami the whole top of the figure and gown will bo covered by a, short, draped, ^birred wrap with sleeve;? of com-�flower blun tulle, the ends of which may he weighted with Chinese tas-eel.s in black, gold, nnd yellow. Thero are. dolmans uf black Hal in lined with fur, and others I ha! ha re garment and the little vesW. The j ''ape culbu eclipsed by another which shows that I proper may he developed in!--.---- everything is scanty and nothing ai- j color' wllh ve^ ufvw5,,te-lowed to flare. ' ' r When lace flounces are today they are put over slim foundations, and they may soften a harsh outline, but do not contribute much to its width. Black tulle gowns have these thread lace flounces on them, and they are ^raped over excessively narrow forma of blaxik ssjtfn. and if there is an}' tendency on the part of tho lace to fling itself out in defiance of the new silhouette, It is promptly suppressed by a band of "TOCtAN'CE makes thin pinafore fro�:U �* of the second sketch of blue sotin to nav for an article, even when thi* , rtrrn^d"tllHruI neck. Pi"k ***** *l hip'- bU�'- *n',[iM�reU�.a price is n� more than fair. ,______ . . .____fc, the more considerate and helpful sales peopU' are in serving you. A with panels of chiffon back and front and wide sash of blue .satin tied at back. likewise. France shows thii?! other fcowti made of silveied tulle and; la.ee dropped over a short grey^.atln; petticoat end topped by a grey "'satin j blouse with short, tight sleeve?. fr t> tV ri\HIS new bit of millinery from Paris is of fine black straw with a cur-j i 1 c jet or embroidery which tucks it der the hem of the lower skirt and keeps it in order. The Surplice Jacket i HERXjTT is showing short jack-, et� witlr-fronts cut into long endttj that crosn below the bust, slip through slashes In the underarm seams and come out again to tie at f the back. This coat Is already inj **Mjwi America., but France i.s sending over.' DC WOT LUCK 25-ECONOMY. WA cr-c^t; ,*� economy is the fuel of magnificence."--Emertom VARIi'K thrift, gone to seed. Thrift is economy over developed l-jcononiy is general carefulness, and freedom from waste or ex-trnv:rTins will be narrow, and on right hand rtde. you maylrpHAT capes are due for a period ul|., . find some v.oM. in a train rhuv was parsing into K:iii.cnr'  from Kausa.s t'i.'y. AJ.o. 'TieniJomen." the proclaimed, "i am a ahertf. Please .put all your gri]>s out. in the aisle so jthat, ! can search them." Visions of ja .jail srjuieiH'c for having liquor in h.s possession flashed through the mind of a passenger half way down Ithe car. Convulsively he threw his ,-;Ti[j out of the uinnow and sat back. ;i nervous and t h I r�t y man. W hen Ihc found thai the "sheriff" was only ;a try Untv salesman having fun with. !evfKl(;,-s of the Ixtfie dry hiw, hi-* ;nervousness i^rew upon him nnd his iin*t became- a thlrai for blood. \ words will �!t rattier closo to one another, likewise the lines, of writing. There will be nlong flowing terminals, flourishes, wide white spaces, and 4- 1 l$*Z;*\^*Vl �'* n,�rft ;,'^Ucaiiu:'s;Uu. NvrUine be moderate size, frequently without first or la�r strokes There are short -zouave jaoketa;t�. beginnlu?; taine(i in this way either 1 , using silk scraps or different colors, 01* by dyeing them :*flor they are ' braided. ha� these ends tipped with bright scarlet broadcloth or Angora cloth, to match the abort, military collar 1 taken from the English uniform. ! Angora Yloth i$ �ised by i-'mnpo on the best boat suits. A piece of a time-worn sweater, for instance, would provide an attractive accessory on a new suit under the ruling jf u lH'n of this law. � together wiiii Glrdlee are made of this Augora I llilUl|lPll cloth, a* well as cuffs, and some | short coots are edged with a band' fPHAT wooden mountings- are 1 he latest thing in handbags. The .stingy ,>erso!:. Will spend for good quality materials rather than for poor interior :;-ooc.s Wiit be ca refill in planning )iot to order too much nor I whole * frame of the bag is made of tcio i;Uh\ and �v:!l use much ingenuity in putting to good service all left wood finished in a dull, unvarnish- oyer scraps There arc no flourishes, or embellishments In this writing, i*d hrowu. and the bag� mounted inj ,'. ... these frames^are made of silk or j there arc idori terminals, but there is no miserliness because no ink haw been spared. iwA because, there are. good spaces between the words-and be - of writing, (rood intelligence and organic quality are shown, a lofiicul, a rgumentative mind, determination, ohsMnary, �rong will, versatility, and fine musicai abilities. NO. 26-EGOTISM. sha lie .1 I'arvinisj of it. In green,- scarlet and blue. It, ,. . . t . ia exceedingly popular. i "Really intelboent people have too much common sens* to beosm Writing of sweaters, the newest | conceited." 0, B. Lucas, one brought from France is made'*-from baby ribbon in brighi colors. velvet. "Many -j n't ere sting ure achieved by m�ans of the wood. it '^MAT silk gingham Is used for collar and cuff *ets on frocks of I serge and other heavy fabrics. The j gingham used is usually in small ( checks. The collars and rMiffs nro I ! edged with a tiny pleated frill. [ 11 i� the top notch conspr\ at ion t I thai sweater. Nol an inch of worsted is' -\ i'i Kl'lK N "t exaggerated sense of "self-imj>oruuicc" in conceited folks them sometimes a, bit contempiuous of others. They look as inferior and beneath notice.  So. it is natural lhat certain ', down un ot ih-i used* France has launched ii as parts- of their script �hnll look down in hauteur upon other letters. This is particul.ii!: 'rue of the small "o." Vou will most always find it taUet (he successful novelty of the season.;.,,,a JMn,v 1(:,,;,.-,t;ims Umn it ought, to be, and with upright writing ccm-i and It bids fa r to catch the popular. t.(ininK n,;i,M. .Sj.riis of .selfishness; vou can put such writers in the ca tea/or y American taste, .lust as did those .|U:Ul;tl|.(. (..ir!a \ high, exaggerated backwardly curling top to the knitted .silk sweater.* and caps tliat' Mn;)n >.:iiM) .somctimca a ccuflrmatorv s!�n. as is also a capital -fi" were launched by Chanel in Dean-'u,.l{ rx!,>n,;s v^, above the line, and has the second loop or curve, which f"p|J AT hats this spring frequeuLly | shi�w rrowna of Tlowers. A hege i puvj>I** )iht is nuult* with n rvuwn �'.:iar!> tudic-able m th" word "trie." The .script wj|I also be fi'ett-what I .cunin K'i'ously .-prP.;.;. �! with capital "1's." 1 Tiiis -li-ii-! iMtion is a fine sample of a conceited, pretentious, aelf-anffi-Ipjrnt, \v.c�>:-. .-.i v:-Ath\nK should lie shorter than .six Inches from the floor. Some of the diati native e-vewnK and u.ft.^rnooni frocks art* considerably longer than this, and street and sport frocks are worn shorter than this with perfect impunity. fpIJAT fine and small designs mark i I A11 s. Brlektup -  I .awn th lopped by two dc(*p flouncoj* or tunics iw*..-- -ii .-.u- k... ,-i.t , uaibered In a simple straight be).. *i V,n" tf,Uln'>- ^ ^hat outsir-n i.htj waist tin**- This dainty fnu-P. bul-i':i-i Vfii wan! ' with a lawn niuwer :w bands of kolinsky or ermine which i ll,,lH ,;!?,,y In the centre hack-, :;u bp .'vuii | softer and sheerer than tliey weiv White for a SLv-Yoar-OId ln�t. veMir are almost inva:>'ahly print- , , ... , , , .. , fabric .T,Sp:1re,�, ,s s-oUe the \ "j^tu{X"L^, ^X't form a collar and outline the tone, i pour-shapofl annjioles bi'Vvc v/ithout sleeves and Mcuiu the far cr that whli ii coll a r iviii de 01' Hiuicr \'. hi M t M rs. i;uul will. Although there is cunaidftraUle determination I wish to' tftin 'final ob}.t;nac:. her':�. it. is not properly directed or controlled by the inteilj-' sniail pr.ttnrr.s arc perhaps an ad- j vantage ax they brttak the surface very effectually, and so appear lea.-, transparent. tended �u�btoUU-rv ui metallic tis,^;.orhnps, and material �of { HMI AT waistcoats are' surely aiu and iiiustit� ' Kk'^'anc^," *ad "i^uo- I much worn thia suriui? a: iiiil'ortfwu iiccvMory in ;h� ^niJirl I i f IN- fY,h;M to he T *n nti *' '>1U ii�t th*� wa i&t 1:* Ht Hii! \U)U fohU;H l�>iid**ly -Upi litd in ^ + *llKiM i unci cuU h'j\\ at ihc buc|^ ;