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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Page' ten THK LliTllBBlDGE DAILY HERALD SVEDNESDAnV, MARCH 13, 1918 FLOWERS WILL HAVE VOGUE ON TORONTO'S SPRING HATS Distinctly New Type Feather Bank N4akes Its Appearance. embroidery of wool Is MuchUaed-Decided Eastern � Touch to Many Imported tVlo-dels-Gowns lor the South. By M. lOl.A in..VXTO>J. FAJ>S  anU faiiolcxs of sreut designers ara once more at play among Toionlo moJistesj, nn.t gprlnj: frocUs ami suits display inany-Jiew and original tpuuhes. Combination ono-piece dresses aro amons tl'o newest. 'These slmw collars h'.�.'i in tlio bnck and quite open In the front. Tlio sleeves on most ut the new-' �nodels are half, or tliree-iiuarter lone and flaring. Many of the skirts nro �\vathed, the sides of the aklrts aro trimmed ivith buttons, while narrow belts nro made of colored leather or .cord and ribbons. \Vlder gli'dles aro |Crushed. Some of the models are (Without any belt or girdles at all. I In one of the leatling establishments iinoke or militwry grey foulard would be sniiTt, with the trimming a matching grey with dots ot red. The one-sided or Carmen sash girdle Winnipeg. Mprch 13.-J. D. McGregor of the Canada food bsarit ha� appointed P. B. Tuttin, chief food and dairy Inipector for the city,ao Investigate the. feondltlohe at the William Daviet cold' atoi^ age plant, with fMll power to act. Thl� was announced at the food board office this morning. MIGHT HAVE BEEN ERROR IN JUDGMENT Halifax, I^Iarch 13.-After hearltig argument by Crown Prosecutor Clun-ey on the habeas corpus application in the case of Pilot Francis Mackay, committed for matislaughter ,ln connection with the Halifax disaster. Judge Russell this afternoon announced he would deliver Judgment on Friday. Mr. Clunoy In presenting his argument against the application said that the evidence showed that the steamer Mont Blanc which was under Mackay swung from her course and came into collision. Judge Russell said that if there .was evidence showing carelessness It was a matter foe jury, but If there was nothing more-than an error of judgment it-might not'be a case tor the jury. He had not. however, made up his mind as to either case. TO CATCH BANDITS Pokin, Alarch 1.-The whereabouts of the American engineers, Pursell and Nyl, has been learned and the bandits who kidnapped them last week near Yeh Sien. in the province ot Honan have been surrounded by Chinese soldiers. AMBASSADOR DIES Washington, \ March 13.-Charles Page Bryan,  tormer ambassador to %r%VZf. and"ir.^;'".ls"'i.dronn^ former minister to several ALBERTA ORANGEMEN, ARE IN CONVENTION . CalgaiT. March 13.-.A.bout 100 members ot the Orange Order are here today in attendance at the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge ot Alberta over whiiii the Grand Master. Rev. M. L. Wright of Wetaskiwin is presiding; The Grand Master delivered his annual address this morning and the report of the grand secretary-treasurer Will be delivered this afternoon. AVIATOR KILLED Norfolk, Va., Mar. 13.-Falling, with bis seaplane from an elevation of 300 feet into the sea. Aviator, M. L. Mc-Naughton, U.S.N., was this morning jirowned in Hampton Roads. Another Bviator occupying a seat in' the machine with MacXaughton, the name ot Sfhom Was withheld by the govern-Jnent authorities; was uninjured. ��V . -.--K--'. . The engineers and firemen of the i'SVabash railroad'ot the Canadian division received-checks in St. Thomas yesterday; of hick � pay amounting to .^176,570."; ^^aoU' man rbcelved from JI200 td,?260. , . . , ly becoming. This girdtfe is a feature of the frock shown in the sketch. .This dress Is made with a fitted underneath bodlco lining, the surplice drapery and girdle being secured underneath the arm. The collar may be of white, or an overlay of sheer white may be used, as preferred. A bit of white at the nock of a gown Is virtually a necessity, not only for tli� sake of becomlngness, but so that by freln a splendid variety of colors. All made with smooth (tttinc patent adjustable waist band. ^31*' > ? > � c �� � �  � *  � New York has been thrilled in the last fortnight by a, musical surprise such as comes-only once in a long time-such as. the pessimists had in-; timated would never come again in' - . ---r-^r- ��' -~ a world grown sombre and preoccu- are blended by a sure artistic Instinct pied with wars and revolutions, un-, and a comprehensive intelligence, able to respond with the old spon- "The brilliancy and. heanty of every-taneous enthusiasm to the appeal of > thing she has are thdroughly legltim-a rather spectacular art. The tremen-i ate," said Miss Farrar, a.slnger who dous success won by Amellta Galll- Ugs always been notable for recognl-Curci, the coloratura sojraui? of. the tibn of genius when It Is due and of .Chicago Opew Associa,tlQn, hos called, talent when It is needed.^ln a process-back memories of the days when ; (on where that quality is not consplc-young men poured out of the boxes; uously frequent. "There are no tricks at the close of the performance to; i, her singing. She could:easily resort harness themselves to a prima donna's ! to jugglery, but she doesn't. There has carriage and take her back to her. jjgen no such singer since jMelba, residence In triumphal procession.  twenty years ago; we have no voice GREAT DISPLAY OF SKIRTS > $10.00 to $25.00 Tlndoubtedly the most comprehensive and attractive collection we have ever had' to show In plan and novelty silks and novelty . cloth featuring many novel and entirely exclusive styles that are to be much In demand this Reason.__ DAINTY NEW WAISTS $4.50 to $12.00 silks. Crepe de Chines and lovely Georgettes for service and dressy wear. An exceptionally wide variety of choice as to style, colors and sizes. HANDSOME SILK COATS $18.00 to $22.50 Beautiful quality knitted silk sweater coats In most attractive styles. Plain colors and combination effects in lovely shades ot rhubarb, melon, rose, wisteria, primrose, black, etc. Garments made on easy graceful lines. Splendid fitting. -GOSSARD CORSETS . $2.75 to $8.50, lYou should be fitted with the proper model to. wear .with your spring outfit. Values better than ever shown before. Plain and brocade effects in white and flesh colors. Models for every figure. CLARKE & GO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 : 612 Third Avenue South like it. She has a special gift, and by using it at t�B bidding of an Intellect Nothing like It has been experienced in a decade, and for Its equivalent, ., ,,___.,.,,.,, ,.___________ . music lovers .with long memories have j uai and beautiful musical Intelligence . ii,. V. ...  gone back through the triumphant first I she has brought it almost to perfec- Blmpllclty .-uld seek to gratify their i .appearances ot Tetrazzinl and Sem-, tion. She knows, doubtless, what-she vanity with hixurious and extmva- biich to the ancint times when Jenny j jg gtiU working for, to what she still Und from Sweden and Adellni Pattl Ugpires; but to me she seems as near : from' Yonkers gathered laurels In a j jy perfect as possible. �* N>w ^Ycrk which did.; notytlien have . g^e could gant dresa. While there Is not more than a hint of It In the new styles, leaders in fashion state.It will be tha order of;the (lay for to-morrow. ! the relative. Importange, In the oPera-i q * j^Y'w"i'av ami Mnon^ tha.suiU all sU,,t� ore nar- ; tic world which it^now^holds .But more | i"^,";;hi';L"{h/,'fvt: hT whv'^^houM Iraportnnt that the personal achieve sing the row. Tlie tailored suf sklFto are majdo with pleated panels and a somiysyhat drawn. In hem, In Bom� instances giving the effect ot a modified hobble.' The tailored jacketanre from wrist to knee length and made' as a rule seini-fiitlng. Tlie linings of'these jackets are of checked cotton voile, ffgured crepe de chine or plain pon-gee. Amone the mUllriery sections Is the great etlr for feminine Toronto has grown tired of heir tawdry-looking winter hat, whiolx looks slightly the worse for wear.'and ia attracted by Briinnhllde the next; but why should she? What she presents to the hearer' Is unequalled. In an audience such as that which board her debut In New York there .were many groups, to some ot which one quality: wbiili tip peal and to some another. But she bad the qualities to win them all. "There !a something so personal .'n iher singing. We can all admire the '^"^?hi"l?tis%rthfln^l?cTl'"^^^ ment of the prima donna who had reigned for two years in Chicago, but of whose ability to win New York thero was no'certainty until she actually won It, Is the possibility,; which to some musicians,-.a^ems a very strong probability, that' her-triumph is indicative of a forthcoming change in the whole trend of operatic pro vplce merely for the display of its own possibilities, but as a means to the higher ends dictated by her artistic consciousness. 'I always adored Melba and Sem-brich, but -we though that this!great generation of singers had died. away. That kind of music was passing, It appeared, but It was because there was no Interpreter who was adequate. Now we have a great gift supplement- ed by a trepiendous Intellect and mus-,As is generally known by this time, leal refinement. If you think that mus-jher husband is both a'Marquis and a Ic ot this sort is becoming extinct, painter - the Marquis dl Simemi, and then find a singer ot such taste, refinement and ease winning triumphs �whose family name of Curcl she added to the Galil that was her maiden with It, you become more hopeful. To j name to form the hyphenated entitu think that ?he could galvanize into j lature under which she appears. She life such an opera as 'Dlnorah'! " Asto GnlU-Curci's career before she came here, New York may be pardon- ' sang in Italy, where Thorner first met her at Oatania five years ago; In Spain, ed for thinking that It doesn't matter. and in South America before coming 10 this country. IN THE SPRING ivlll be the great test of .a li(e and death Jtrugglo on tiie Western front. In the everyday walkS'of, life, it is .the spring time tha,t brings ill health. One of the - 'chief reasons why the run-down man i 'finds himself in a bad state ot health in pansy, velvetiness like .Inarch or April, is bocauso ho has spent fiicarly all his hours foi ' * ' tfive mouths penned up of house, factory or oltice. It is the rea- houra for the past four or within the walls on for our diminished resistanco -that is, lack of out-door life, coupled with perhaps over-^atin;{, lack of good e.ter-. else, Insuflicinnt, sleep, and constipation. In other words, we keep feeding the furnace with food but do not take out the "clinkers," and our tiro does not burn rightly. Always keep the llveyautlvo. �v There Is noflilng better for health than itaking an occusionul mild laxative, perhaps once a week; such a ens as you i�i',**an get at any drug store, made' np of iwJXfSIay-npplo, jalap, uloos, (sugar-coulod, l'^' ^tlny, easily taken), which has stood the ),.) silnsi ot filty years of approval-namely, Ht\l)r. Plerce'^3 Plpasant ^PoUets. But for , ' -toe "Spring Fever," the general run-down V'wwdltlon, the'lack of ambition, tho .Ijvftbiucs," ope should take a course ot treatment every spring; such a standard loiilo as Dr. I^eroo's Golden Aledlual Dls-feeovery.'now to behad In tablet fqrm in ;,"S'flfty-cqnt vials. , Watch ihojooplo go jV-Blodding along the street. Thero' sprlnB, no vital Ity. I ' it. into action, 'jniio^braln rcsjjonds toltho, the bright snatches of color revealed In the bundles of grapes.^ clusters of | uhown.'.was due primarily to ''^^i'^!r;n?T^v"i^r^/hinh"^'"'la' she *ahg amazingly well things new sprl!?,^ hat, " i'"at people like to hear. The operas Judging from-the oar'.y hats triere ' I'^'n'^'g^h^^lJ'',rJ?fd'^^^^^^^^^ �ux.yw�� ....... uu .wu �,u will be a decided vogue of flowers i scnoou rioria, not to say lurm, , op..,.,g_, panncltv fnr Imnnrtln* mel- thls,summer. in tholr Honrnnrt pnfaaleii were erad-a capacity lor importing mei W^iUe there are a few large hata In the Various displays around town the I lie which had been educated by the prefereniia is, apparently for the lam I Oramatlc operas of recent years to de shape and the more closely-fitted hat : ,,and something ot more substance tS^ tZi i Calve had a liquid ims lacc I jjg^j, And GalltCurcl can put her heart in her voice. The same quality runs thrbugh her whole rt|nge, ,^hlch I suppose must be two and a half heard In any other singer. The.wKqlo whl'ch "tre Torintrw=-fa;-^Ts "for l S'ls'SeTL worTs''vhlch"Se i ""'^ �';^ep?Iona�'X?actS''wWch -"'^ . eveJy'thiSf on' th'e v^Ll Tymnasflcs 1 ^''^ ?�!!'^'' ..I"''"?^: . ........Jty. A vitallzlnp tonlo such ftatUls vegotitbfe extract of Dr. Ploreo's jflyoi you the^_po�'qr_ to force _ yourself le ____......_____________________..... pady : to ,make^ a iiglif *BaIu_st_ stu^na- �w blood In olrculatJon^ and thus ya^i're ....... � � itui J.^s-'tJon wUlcli hold8:ypU;ln bondage. Try t^tfi n now! J>Qn't wait I v To-day Is the V' a(iy to Iwsln. - Gain a Uttlo vp�p,� and ifefjjtugh apd live. :Vlra and vitality are the >3(-^!ituial outTponrIng of a hcaltliy body. It does not spring up In a night. '4'ry * nils spring,tonic, and you BaIu,t,l�o wiu* .St Uiat �omi!r'v,'Uh''guod'hcaltU.' ' ,,\ weqr with a tnilormadefc. New Type of Feather Band ONE of tho smartest hats was trimmed pimply with a" feather band, but a feather band of a dnstlnct-1y new type, m^de of smaH feathers arranged In rows with dovetail with one another and- make a most effective afTfnfrement. In the case of the model the band wan hi solid color and that maitchlnig the fine mHan exactly. A pin wheel of black burnt t�ather� Is thc dhrtlnotlve feature ot a black User�,hat by the name designer, the surface of tho straw Is broken by cordlngs of satin'at Intervals of about on Inch. ; A narrow brim roJle at the  pld* and the orown Is high an4. wider at the top than at the base. The feathered pin wheel Sfprlnge fn^m a holder made of straw and is p'olsod at a distinctly smart angle, Juttlifig' fijnvaml a bit and raising higher than the s6 tr|mmed black llsore mpdel,a;>mall pressed shaj>e.tUmlnfr high off-the face, a_^b!ind; of black ribbon croiislnjf at' the top arid across Uie top of the hut a muss of roae. .on the hair. � ; of the primo donna. Yeti after Galll � Curcl won New York In '.'J)Inorah," an opera which had been ipi^nerally re-garded as hopeless before'! a 1918 audience, there has grqivh'up a feeling In some musical queers that she has shown the exIstentji^'^bT^a'demana for a type ot music .\v]>f6Hj',Vra8 passing Into disuse, partly'b^ca'^Be'cf 'the Inadequate quality of itlie'?:')bperas which embodied it, partly'^.'because ot the increasing rarity'of grgat singers of the typo required'for its execution. ' And the opiriloii that*GalU-CurcI is a great; singer lis' almost unanimous. "A great musician with a voice ot wonderful'.quality," was the phrase used by "William ^Thorner, throiigh whom Blie obtained the Chicago engagement that gave her the start to the distinction. "There Is something  in her voice like the heart of a pansy," was the more poetic description given by Oer-aldine Farrar, who >waB one of the most ardent Oalb>Curcl: enthusiasts before the Chicago star.camo to New York, and wh,o stood? upi'lather seat In tho third' row to lead, the'applause for GalliurcHn"Dlno'rah.�' . ; In n type of singing Vrhere spectacular tricks to catch a not over critical audience are possible,'niuiilelanB aa- sert that GalU-Ourcl has won her and- ______ ilenoes by''a'l?perform9t)ce;Mn^ �^ because of this you jinoWi.'th^t honestly brIUlaat'sl)iigUiiietlngl she does hot use the graatlttt of her she has the frills and all the rest "And there Is somethinK P�cullarlr appealing about her personally. There l* no effort, no striving. It la a beautiful thing brought to people who can appreciate it. ^ ' . ' "Mr. Tellegen and I neard ker In Chicago, In her first soasoniwhen was singing with the'^-Qhlcago company. We read of her triumphal debut, and I thought: 'Can It be pbislbfe I've been in this company tifteen dt>y� and didn't know such a perron existed?' So we went to hear her �econd performance and were tranitlxed; w* didn't think It could be-true,'but we went again and found It waa. ,8be hai too many beautiful characteristics to ha. appreciated fully.at the first'hearing. 1 have all her records on.the'YIc-trola and play them by the hour. . "I was 80 excited about her debut here! I didn't think there WMHafiy doubt as to her success, lor"irhaew her quality, and I knew the New York audiences as the kindest Ip the woi;ld; but I was as excited as If she were, n>y own Bister, for, of course, the pppearr ance was an ordeal. So .'wbeii ;thle tremendous, genuine enthvilaiin broke out after "Dlnorah,!' it waa. ai U wings had parted and - ahowed - her,'(a all.her glory. .' j'^^, "She has an uncanny ,lBteUI|*h! your , , THIS ' . � ST. PATfoCK'S DAt . . � :  '-^ � .� Enjoy the good old Irish Reels and Song** There'* a wealth of Irish music that only the Victrela can bring into your home-and �vith the convenient terms of j^payment we oiTer yeut yeu cannot afford to further deny yourself the enjoyments of this wendefftd ' instrument. Come in and hear the Victrola~hsa> seme of the following Irish melodies i 7M15 Milt M153 74151 M2S� (Maud PewalO (tilcCbfBisck) "St, Patrick's Day" "Molly on the �horc" "Oaar LIttIa Bbamrocfc' "Coma Back to Brln" ' "Harp That Ones Thro* Tara'e HalU'.f ; - -.llfcCeriaack) 74M7 "IriahEasltraat'! "., 74IS7 "KUIarnayl' , , " - ' MII7 "MlMtralkay" f... 74I7S "Molly BawB" MIU �UallyaraanlgaB" 'V, M4M "My Wild Irlib Keia" " M�l "WaarlatalthaGraea" ' v .-i M440 "Moon llaaKalaad Hat Lamp Abefe'! " ,��/" Whan IrlahByaa Are aaOUag"  ' *""l"8waatlnnlae�fni" . (AleatI) MIW "Iriik Lava Song"' . ' (Baddea>, 74411 "'Uoeg tha Graaa liiak HUU" ' i (Gagatia) 70S] "gaUgvJIa^,!! eU,Those gadasHagjToua||| H7* "MlaraMa M aU These tadaerlagjeung *iiiBHMie'wT>ievieTWu' cvuv sme-niRV wcc S8U7 "IrUhralkSohl" - >'*'> (Cadfti) M4li "Aaa BahaO'ar the Pace af the Watara" .��(�\ . (ChKfc) 9M35 "Kntblaaa Mafauraaaa" M534 "OgtePhlladalvhta" i (W^lbaiaeaae) M7a� "Bandaaaaar'aatraam" ' (Gulp) ISIII "AnBrlnUOalltegMavauraaaa" (llarriwa) 17ia 'AaUaaAaThsahagarocfcOfaiwaCraea" (PaarlaiiQt.) 4SS78 {..Jtyou Hoaa Tawa la Irahiad'! '1747* "MacMhla" (Mlllat) t?iia /"Aa Lent Aa Tha ahamrockOrowaGraaii'* - 17I4� t"waaUttlal>ta�o' thaCtultkaaa Uw<;^ (PaaclaHOt.) ���M"Ssi�awa,i�}Ti..iJ5'"r*^ JIttIt "Madlay at Irish Jlla''(Vlslla) (R.Gagalw) Patrick'a Day"; Osrry Owaa"t 'tgKlt ar ghUlatehVt "PeMy Whack" 1*^0 ttlik 4�,.IraddyOWeiw*r"i"thaKarry A. ghUlatehVi "PeMy Whack" 1*^0 ttUk VaungLad"!*' Olrla"t "O'Cal"! i'bUk WithatwaaMa*!' /a veu TO SHUT rjm. 70 T W E N T Y � R A N C H S T O R E S �, �'� ' i '' � � � �almoral Bloekr BthySt 8. tethbrldge.'V ;