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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satiirffay, April 19,1913 THE LETHBKIDGE5 DAILY HERALD Pagell PHONE3 Office 1824-1118 The perfect fitting of your gown depends vpoa the corset you wear,. And since this year's modes border upon the extreme, to be properly corseted is more important than ever. You will get a really up-to-date laodel-perfectly~by; asHng for -one that suits your figure CORSETS They give j'ou perfect ease and comfort v�thout sacrificing style. . Models 693, 575 and 715 are suitable for slim, girlish figures. For medium figures, we recommend Models 705, 727 and 837. Models 666, 777 and 633 are best for fully developed figures. There is a complete range of sizes in each model. ' U.T)oud like to see all the new a la Crace models, mite for free style book to crompton corset! company; LIMlTEt^ toronto ,; THE LENGTHENING DAY " The days are growing longer now ; On yonder,�elm-tree's topmoat-bough. On tlio gilded cross that crowiis the spire, More slc/wly burns the sunset's Are- And at my window, day by day, I later wait to see the ray . Of ,the evening star in glory sliino Above yon dim and lonely pine. -Albert Laighton. � IX W Mr. J. C. HoUyman left this morning on a trip to Vancouver. Mr. W. C. Ives left today tor Ottawa.  *  Mrs, E. U. Rylands and daughter, Agnes, are expected home tonight from California.    � Mr. E. J. Sehl, who has been conr fined to the house through illness for the past few days, is improving. * *  Miss Eda Hatch returned yesterday from an extended visit in California, and at tlie coast. ^ * >^ � Mrs. A. E. Ives and Miss Adelina Henderson left today on an extended trip to Montreal and other ea.'itsrn points.  m � * Mrs. H. D. Williamson, who was expected to arrive home from England this morning, failed to arrive but will probably be home shortly. � * � �j Mrs. W. H. McLelland, who has been visiting in California, is at present with friends in Kemp, Wash., and will not return until about the eighth of the liionth. of cream silk broche with silk Maltese lace over touches of color in pastel shades. The light" fantastic was tripped-to splendid music supplied by seven pieces' of Gaslfell's orchestra, wh le inviting viands were served at the midnight, hour. Some, of the pretty gowns noticed were : Mrs. F. B. Fisher-pale blue satin trimmed with paddy green and gold aiid real lace scarf. Mrs. P. E. Mason-heavy lace over black satin. Mrs. Joseph Jackson-white satin with lace bodice. ' Mrs. E. Q. Harvey-black chiffon built over white satin. Mrs. C. H. Dcvine-vieux rose chiffon over silk of the same.shade. Mrs. C. U. .Young-silver tunic over, peach chaimeuse. Mrs. C. R. Peters-pale gresn satin with black lace panels edged with fur, Mrs. G. Moth-black velvet heavily braided. Mrs. Currier (Maple Creek)-bronze satin with beaded chiffon tunic. Mrs. Bourque-royal blue chiffon with silver adornment over white satin. Miss Mason-pale pink silk with overdress of Dreisden silk. Miss Annie Dixon-pale blue crepe with lace and  black velvet accessories. _ -! Miss Wood - beaded tunic over mauve silk. Miss Walton : (Belleville)-dewdrop net over amber silk. Miss Downer white .satin with, pearls and corsage bouquet of Richmond roses. Miss Q'Hagan-white satin with Mrs. Joseph Jackson, and son,' overdress of lace and shower of crim-Douglas, leave on Tuesday tor Minne- son velvet roses, apolis, South Dakota, and Nebraska,! .Miss-Angio Bajvdon-rose silk eoli-to bo away until the middle of June, enne with lace overdress. �when they will return with Mr, Jackson, who will take a trip to meet them at that time. , � � ��� Mrs, E, C. Peck and little son have returned from the coast and are at the Wimpole hospital for days. few tlRAL CAUCUS DECIDES POLICY , Ottawa, Ont., April JS.-Liberals In caucus this morning decided to offer, no further resistance to the government closure resolutions after Tuesday or Wednesday next, when a vote will bo taken on the rules. It is understood that the advisability of ^ resisting their application was .discussed. Mr. Turgeon, Liberal member for Gloucester, N. B., was given an ovation on account of the election of his son to the Alberta legislature. Another son U\i the attorney-general of Saskatchewh'h. IHRESeS' LIEN ON CHAIN MESHED Calgary, April 18.-His Lordship, Mr. Justice Stuart, has just delivered an Important judgment' in a. case that came before him,; affecting threshers and farmers as to a threshers' lien on grain threshed. His lordship decided'that threshers have a right to seize and retain grain to secure their costi �>l thrfeshing, hut not to sell it. They can only retain it until they are paid ; then, if they are not paid they must 'apply to court for the sale of the grain. A granary could not be broken open in order to seize and his lordship gave danages for illegal secure and illegal sale. Miss Niblock, of Medicine Hit, who has been a guest with Mrs. 0. F. P. , � , ~ .,, Conybeafe and Mrs. F. E. Fishqr, I ^J.'P^^fi, Miss. Niblbck ;(Mcdicine Hat) - plaited amber chiffon over sat:n. Miss Nimmons-embroidered -Bdiite lingerie. Miss gimpson-P^le blue voile with silk ruchings and cream lace. , iVIiss Hiokey-dull gold silk with heavy lacc bertha. Miss Gray~Eoid dotted chiffon over gold satin.; Miss Higinbotham-chiffon built ov- i ..�V,..' (i I llivcrview, returned home today. � # � �, Rev. A. G. Cameron will preach a' Trmity church, Hardieville, tomorrow evening and administer the sacrament of the Lord's Supper at ^he close of the service. : ':, i *  ~ . � , ^ Mrs. D. A. Smith, oi^tertained the G. T. K. club 4^ dlesex under the ' double Uab,U|1i)&f�'', clause. . " ''. J'^'^c 'Si- Shimon, Instrumental;-Mr. B.. Chan-:'aoWpv,edru?)lo6s;i,the.-,cducational plan were.adopted on a larger scale. Richard BJain, of Peel, and F. La-lor,: eifi. Hftltlin, gaVe.., the proposal dler, Clarinet; Mrs. Francis Duns-worth, Piano; Miss Mi^y Terrls, Reading; Miss Simixi, Reading; Mr. . , ,, , , ,_,;, B. S. Young, Humorous ; Mifes Dor- their. Mqua^flod .support. They said othy Young, soloist; Miss Grrxa that ;i4 ;view^ of th^ general approval Diser, soloist; Mr. D. H.Elton, ivhich'had'been gly^-to the measure Reading ; Miss Whitehall, Soloist. fhrough the co^ntij they wete sur- .;  ..... / prise* at ?the. cnticiBmAoI the oppo- John Scanlan, aged 50, a farmer sltlon. SBj^fej ojiheij-. ;ro?inbers took near Arthur, shot himself, being de- Part in the] djobate until,the commjt- triangles in .the club colors of purple iran{!;edhy' the'd(Ja^6h: of his wife, and tee stage" wa^s" reached, and-gold with old Bngliish lettering, i mothei;.' .' - I fi." Carvejl ^i^iijved in oommittee pennants, drapings, palms and ferns j .�:.;-.�;;:';,.'..-..; "-------.i.t-x.... -....._ made the hall most attractive, while I' , , . !-TT colored lights were cJ^cctive, and the popular moonlight dances were in f a-. vor. Mr. Rowley. was responsible; tor the unique and pretty decorations. The patronesses, were Mrs.: J.'. D. Higinbotham, Mrs, J. U. RiObcrtson, Mrs. 'F. Vf. Downer and JArs. 0. F., p. Conybeare. ' Mrs. Higinbotham; wore blaok jewelled net over cerise satin. " -�Mrs. Robertson was gowned ,Jn la-vendar' crepe with lace and ' purple touches. ; ' . -��.;:�;. ;. --' � "'��'�-^ Mrs. Downer was; ivearing - a Jet; tunic over green satin. ,': � ftlcs. Conj^beare had doaned a 'gown^ tibdgSenfliee �pd satl�ffl(!]tibrt aril aanipi ii you pjf^i^^ superior to all othei-s and,I�, you buy^anjr;.9ne^^Qfci to ^-Qtum It and have .your money ret'^^ifj to keep the goods. ' ' lliaerty prefer 28 ;