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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September OULD anyone find a more beautiful day than yester- day for the triumphal millinery openings? It -'ookcu as 1C every mother and daughter in Leth- bridge took advantage of the bright weather, and appeared in the district to do honor to her Dame Fashion. And fashions of the directorate, when the hair was dressed a la victime that i closely to the head, in anticipation horrible sceae to follow peculiar effects have re- aHzed of late by means of by the of flowers, and the wortt has been searched ideas in the decoration of By UNO THE SEASON'S NEW SHADES. shirred French crepe _ and the Another model was a .Marie Louise frm1 f aw fah'ly wide in black antl wllite-' hat. of dch, "in of tine French IMP. The biack velvet, had a flat crown "en" UUIiio, on the streets, and wherever the fair sex are apt to congregate on a bright xrteraoon, 'The occasional mere mac tt'ho ventured into anv of the te-> swallowed the steaming iumes.. flowers 3ny femiaine rela6 ence, and "made" anotTer for he'rseff s S V- mean destruclion a fish-bass. a garter and a Me of _ The rajah's turban, with its upstand ing aigrette, the field marshal's helmet its characteristic plume, and the eataers -of the Indian "bi'ave" aU nave been pressed into the JS a storv told in Madras House" of a certain Heiene. who, of her own, save the hat shades of pur- tiPlish blues. 1 rang of bronzes of Toison d'O.v. tSix shades of dark shades of violet. or Wallflower A mahogany shade, red purple the lightest, a butter color, and an orange. Bois shades from an old rose to a very -deep tinge, hardly off black. tne new -sarm roses in a tone, and the foilage was also perfect ly imitated in satin. The Paisley infection has caugiit and runs like wildfire through enais and trimmings, it is to be a material season, in that the majority ot smaller shapes are all composed ot a raped materials. was a large Cluche shape made of roy- al .blue paune velvet and finished with a wme iiirt gold and Paisley imported bandeau fastened at the side with two immense pompons of pivet feath- ers. Another ha't I saw here was most sen- sible for this windy city. It was a small mushroom shape, with a draped facing was. heavy The New Veilings and Scarfs. The new veilings and scarfs are chiefly confined lace. Brus- sels lace face veils and washing lace veils are also favored. -There is al- so going to be a big demand for chit'- in a 1 1 A vn-HM, f-vlce wmcti used JB S n a lady's .hea< ".uen in evening becoming; riling of black or ui. rauery that used to provided more n age .the- fashions would appear to of the playrisht fie gaming fresh impetus .this season, Bat I am glad to say that juaging by some of the current modes, the season's modes are rather are reminded by them of the grim ish, Canadian designers have so modi us stm On my rounds yesterday I found such a bewildering array of prettv -hats everywhere., it is "difficult to pick out just a few hats shown in each attractive shop, and give vou a- pen glimpse a Gains- of-black panne velvet faced the palest tint of shirred pink silk and ornamented with three beautiful Mack plumes-fastened upright at the J-ck wita a handsome oblong jet -buckle and failing gracefully over the crown. A Hindoo turban, which by the way, is one of the new shapes was developed of Blearecte velvet' with a wide -brim of shaded blue and Wack breasts. .Hiss Tilney is again this season as- sisted by Miss Giddings. of -Ottawa, wreath of foliage studded with old sold rose buds added an unusuallv touch Vjilings shown for Fall are a corn- change from those that have been favored, instead of the heavy patterns so long fashionable, the new veils are of the lightest laciest text- ure, and are so filmy that, the new name for them is the "'spider web.1' HATS OFF, LADIES! Certainly the war on- big hats (fig-. has "taken a turn; every larger number or women hats, but not uncovered. The remembers one black atfair brought direct from a well known Parisian- cotourier, .which was o black-lace, beautifullVarnin-ed in .Pleats, caught up rather high iu'front and a crimson rose placed just at'one scarf, hke so many fashions of our not being not a. becoming shade either across the. forehead and k acd sr srss S'LSeif a scart MSM hat I saw here, and one which would be oecoming' to. a girl in the teens was a Floretta model in the new Tar- ragan shade, with a wide bandeau fastened at the back with immense wired bows of Paisley ribbon in' con- The hats in vogue this season are A nn frS composed of either beaver plush vel K "cnel reception mocel was shown vet, satin or felt, and instead of flow- Z Coo-sley in a' Dolly Varden ers, which heretofore have alwavs panae d been popular for tooth winter and sum ?S f'm raised at the and mer headgear, willow plumes paradise a and fluffy facing of and large wings, fancy and plain rib- bons, have taken their place. Miss Tfiney. At Miss Tilney's bright and well ar- ranged show rooms I found every- thing in perfect order, and let me tell you the first thing I was struck with an-d a. convenience that every woman will appreciate was the fact that Miss lilney .had marked the price of each hat clearly on the small ticket at- taened, doing away with the myster- ious letters and figures which 'alwavs confuse a customer. A number of the exclusive Ga-e models are shown at this up to d-te little- show room, and already thev have had such a run that Miss Tilnev has decided to- even order a stock for next season. One Gage chapeau, which was ex- tremely fetching, v.-as a large C-'r- maine model, covered with Paislev silk in. the lighter shades on a -background ot Kings blue. The only adornment are splendidly' practical, "becoming f, shape Piatade- felc' the left side of Iarge Sre-v shot f V-.-J Scott also showed some of the Turkish turbans which nam- ing popularity. One model was "cov- ered with black satin and faced with velvet, a high pompon of "pad- dy green coque feathers gave a dash of color and pleasing finish. Misses L. and J. McLeay .Edited by 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL A number of the friends of Mrs. W. and spent a happy afternoon plavin games. At tea tide'a daintv repast was served, and the centre decoration was a huge birthday cake bearin- eight tiny candles. Mr. and Mrs. Yv'flli Mrs. J. M. ThoiMtis -lei row morning for Cranbrook, where they will spend a iting. The Misses McLeay are for a short time situated in large and airy rooms m the Hill'Block and have a splendid autumn showing of; beautiful hats Miss Spink, their new trimmer, ar- rived 'yesterday morning, and brought with her a large range of attractive head gear from the. Tor onto wholesale hoiyses. One of the newest models they are snowing is a field marshal's helmet toque, made entirely of upstanding 'Diack wings, and ornamented with a long jet cabochon.- A pretty dress hat of Royal blue with underbrim of black panne velvet was decidedly smart. It was a modi- 'iecl poke bonnet shape, and was wreathed, with silk roses of the sirno shsde and velvet foilage in green tones Scott and Mr. McM ine first event in the new St. Cv- Soleiani2ed Thnr's- atternon at five -thirty by the Rev, Si he celebr j vis'.' T ii S The bride Miss JCimmoas of home" of the season yester-j midnight day afternoon to meet her mother, 'Mrs. of Burlington, Ont.'i Mr. S. months The drawing room was "guesTthis tiiy decked -with a profusion of sweet al dinner si peas, and in -the dining room the la number of lovely mahogany tea table which centred J next were served who d ill afternoon. exquisite Irish point lace. tulle veil was v.-ora. caught returned bouquet was f (Shower or bride s roses. tbe ?1' wjjjie 12 Medicine Hat, were the guests of Mr C. S. Pingle. Mr. J.'A. R. Rome left last, even- 0 ing for Banff where he will meet Mrs Slr who is vis- Rome, who has been spending his Mr. J. C. Jamie- summer at the coast. Thev will -at Bald Eagle Lake, will make a turn to the city Monday evening. ltOur of tbi2 Canadian Rockies hPfnre sweet in a white eir frock and pale blue bonnet A quiet wedding took place in Stave- weanesday, when Mass Ella oonne and Mr. Hans Rue, both of iS-t artisiic -basket tie j Champion, Avere married by the Rev. "f ribbons and filled with rose a o a siYAAr tjje ceremon.i Voice that Breath fortnight A host of friends will learn that Miss Jessie underwent an opera-Jon ago-at Gait hospital returned to the home of. her brother, Mr. J. R d-erson, 'this week, and is rapidly near ing recovery. JL.CUI.C, wm majce a .tour of the Canadian Rockies before l returning to rt-1---- Cal- for a few Miss Thedora Brown Silver leaves on M-onday to attend--St. Hilda's Col- lege at Calgary. Mrs. Jos. Gillespie and family re turned yesterday, with Chief Gillespie from a visit in Midway, B. C., Vancou- i ver and MacJeod. Mrs. T. ref.terly entertained i little 'n bonor of her A-jolly dance was-given last even- i birthda'v eishth Ing by a few of the numerous bachelors j the" maids responded the ciiy. the .uests Miss Elva Stewart of Calgarv is a guest of Mrs. L. R. Phillips. if Mayor W. W. Douglas and fam- ily, of Taber, returned from -the moun- tains on Tuesday. Mrs. Douglas has been very ill for sometime past and up to the present there has been lit-i tie improvement. DOCTORS EXDOKSE Newbro's Herbicide When a doctor endorses a prepara- uon i.. means mere than an ordinary KIs opinion is tmu of The professional man devoted to the welfare of the people ;L ,Bo-vd- Coviagton. Tenn., this of those suifering from advisable to continue I The'we !D.. No. 2 ISr-, Bosto PERFECTION _ (MAPLE LEAF LABEL) cUlSS VaIUe' for Wholesome, nourishing and O! so good for breakfast, dinner and supper. Economical, too. 157 COWAN CO., TORONTO, CLL'BS AND SOCIETIES mi.- anmia! meeting of the Wo- men s Christian Temperance Union "eld yesterday afternoon in Weslev G- H. Johnston; 2nd vi, n erry; corresponding s, Thompson, M. Place, Cor. are not less can only speak in praise of ri-im A' pjerpicide- It is all that is chimed and perhaps more. Kerpicide not only cleanses the scalp but fari-h-- 'ftloft" hair'-shres life makes Moore- Duncan, Ariz.. l writes or his experienoA- I m places covered by patches of nrateriai and the itching xvas ;ncessanr. Since using HerpJcide all evils have march was played by Mrs. Simpson party entered the church. On account of illness in the familv no reception was held. Mr. and Mrs" Scott leaving on the evening train for Banff, where the honeymoon will be spent airs. Scott's gowr was a nobby tailored suit of with biack silk facings, a'lu a pretty fall hat in corresponding ton- -S. CHUECH SERVICES j VVesiey F H of Granam, win preach afboth will preach. Chrfst _ at eleven p.m. above Meltzer's store. Subiect. "Man" Gol- "Blessed is the man whose -..rength 13 jn Thee; blessed is the that trusreth in Thee." Psalm The testimonial meeting will be mc- ag and evening services tomorrow "at First Baptist Church Rev A 1 preSl; PafCV and P" win preach. jJieiiCiJ. SUn- wel. day school and Adult Bible class at three o'clock. McKay Street Baptist Chapel-Sun- 9v -i t- 1IL.CCJ U Methodist church -ill come. St. Augustin's (Anglican) Holv Communion 8.30 a.m. Morning praye- -vun sermon 11 a.a. Sunday School Poor's Illness "there" ?HrDi" 'Itb prfcilin- at toujvxi'clock.- m HT, 1 at II a. i Swedish Lutheran Church Tim Rev- Swedl'Sh Lutherans'-will M. A. rer-tnr tomorrow or Alberta Drug Book Go. Has a Preparation That Will Grow Hair Abun- dantly. This is an age of new discoveries. ,To grow hair after it has fallen o.ut today, is a reality. SAL VIA, the Great Hair Tonic and Dressing, will positively create a new jgrowth of hair. If you want to have a beautiful Ihead of hair, free from Dandruff, use SALVIA once a day and watch the results. SALVIA is guaranteed to stop fall- ling hair and restore the hair to its natural color. The greatest Haii 7 F ,rrT. muuui.j Kei J- Murrell-Vv right, M. A. rector T 4" matr'ck's Catholic) communion High AAt JJQ, V t- OCi V IU" tomorrow. -Sunday, at the residence of Mi; John Johnson. CIT Round street, we! come. V ti.Ui. VS1I aiidren's mass at 9.30 lass ar 11 a.m- Sunday school at at 7.30 p.m. The- and third Sun- onvent. 'The "LadiL- the meets everysecodnedS gutSj f at 4 p.m. in the convent and have obtained work in the in' Ind !m tay school at three p.m. Owimr to the i QA r T-TA there will COmp0unded Watch your hair if it. is falling out. U yo.u don't, you will sooner or iater be bald. j SAL VIA prevents baldness by i temng the hair to -the roots j Ladies will find SALVIA just the I hair dressing they are looking for it makes the hair soft and is (not sticky. A large bottle oOc SCOTCH MINERS REACH CITY A party of six men from Lanark- shire, Scotland, arrived here Thurs- i- the NEW AEROPLANE RECORD Doval, Frajace. Sept. military aeroplane piloted by Louis Breget anci carrying Capt. Harriot, who made ob- servations, flew from here to- Arras, returning late yesterday, at a rate of j ninety kilometres or 56 miles an hour j establishing a new record for a speed j WK.I-) passenger. snTnem Sta'nA -v-ii the! -in be rented i wnsnam win also ,.vear were read, and Mrs-Charles Me .Clenagan was appointed" as the Alberta and .provincial C T !tneen the.Hth and 16th of October Mrs. Humphries, provincial superfn-" lendent of "Y" work win also auend tne convention. Gay and Mrs i "arding-wore appointed of the j icacies thinly Herpicide is the original remedy to kill the dandruff germ and hair' The terrible itching iSet genuine Send lOt- for samnlo and R., Co- Ltd. resrular TVI ll K l i j I The minister Rev A sorains preach ar sA-i L-vtle. will piemen at 'DOuj Und School o'clock. class at I Used by the best Bakers and Caterers everywhere also by Chefs ir- the large hotels and on Dining Cars, Steamships, oteamboats. etc. It is wise to use food products that are produced in clean factories: E. GUJLETX CO. TOKON'TO, OUT. ;