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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta y, June 1'HE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD 11. CORSETS we designed in many models, each closely follow the'linei'of some par- ticuUf type of bgure. Each model is made in a complete range of sizes. Rarely indeed do find ia Woman -who cannot be .fitted "just as if the corset [were made for her alone." The important thing is to .'get the model that suits your figure., If your.' dealer hasn't the right 'one he will it (or you. If you ire interested in ihe new models, wnte for our free rtylo boot Crompton Corict Co., Limited Toronto GOOD Reffna Sank, June par ndmj'through the city this morning CiVa'.Hundred members of) United Qommerolal Travellers, left htri by ppeciarirain -for Laat Mountain Lftfca hoard tlio steamer Qu'Ap Reglna Beach..and take a trlp.'iup the lake. The GrandXDffioera remained in tiwn to complete buil- aiesr-aud elect new officers. YJ.C.A. GAMP AT CAMP SENTINEL innovations Adopted foi This Year Will bo Helpful On the morning or July 10th twwity five juniors and intermediates of the boys' department of llio local V.'M.'C A. will leave over the Crow's Nds branch of the C. P. H. for Camp Statin el. Tlila Is the second annual stun mer camp the boys' department has inaugurated Last yeir about tho same number of under the leader ship of the physical director, .L. H .Vllkes, campffd at a point called Camp but later moved .to, the loca ion. which svIII-he ,'uiert this at sentinel This spot Is Ideally located It Is In tho midst of a wood- ed are ii, on one Hide a kke pro lecreation In the way ivatoi sports, on the other, Mount Sentinel riee.3 with Its lofty peaks above the clouds This year several innovations wl >e carried out In the way camp government, recreational.! etc. Vfter tho tents are up and a square meal has boon heartily indulged In, he camp will be turned Into a model Ity. Tho municipal. plaiTot cttyTgov- ernmeat has been adopted by tho amp management Five commission rn will be elected tit .targe, one ot whom will be cliosen" as ..mayor of the amp The other four will be o lead, the foui departments of d apart men t of. public icalth will have tho damp's culinary its 'supervision as veil as gymnastic and athletic Cpinpet- tions, swimming, sanitary and hi glen c conditions of the camp The de ol public sen tee will look fter fatigue flag rali.ns, camp e and life saving corps Fun at the amp -vsill bfe provided by tha depart mont of social and educational aotly- Uea, which will also have. in charge "Alpfnettea" the mountain climh- ng club. This department will pro- uce "the Se-atineJ Can-opacar" an of- Jelal camp newspaper .which will be libllahed semi-occasion ally. The tore serious -side of the camp, but not t all the appreciated, will be onducted by the department of moml nd religious instruction, which yill ave in charge the evening: dcvotionals Loruhig Bible classes and Sunday rograin. ,.o: A spirited campaign -is anticipated n the election of the mayor and com- erB of the above departments. j tump BpMChec, and caihpaffpti par! des will be Indulged in by different rpupt. of boyis on behalf of their fav- rite candidate. The Australian, bal- t system will ,bef Invoked and the eturus.of the election will be flEBhed ramedlRtely over the wirts to the ethbridge papers, After the first day ie..carpp wlll-be-rim board of mmliBiooers. The board will make ir.laws.ot tike camp and will act: as court of appeal R, will bft under the lUpervUIcra of the council of jus tlce which will be composed of camp and the mayor of the camp. it certain .number of honor merits dur- ing his stay at camp. Athletic con- testa of all kinds will be Inaugurated which will give tho boys opportunities to win merits In this department. At- tendance at Bible study classes, faith- ful fatigue duty, mountain work on trie camp newspaper, etc., will add points toward tho much covet- ed camp mo-nogram. A boy attend- ing camp for the second year will have added an extra service. stripo. The boy leaders will be given a different emblematic distinction for their ser- vices. Aside from tho usual features of a. boys' camp some extraordinary attrac- tions have been booked. A mlntsrel show to be put on at a neighboring village Is being planned. A Hobo's Convention will bo called by the hon- orary members of the National Or- ganization of Weary iWillies and Tie- Walkers. The favorite dish of "Mulli- gan" will bo served a-Ia-tomato-can md tin spoons. 'On Tuesday, July 1G Visitors' Day has been planned, on rhlch all friends of the boys are In- vited to visit the camp and take part the camp picnic which will be held on that day. The management of the camp this ear JB In tho hands of Mr. E. C. Rob- erts, boys' secretary. He will be .as- sisted by a number of older boys and men. The camp will be held for .en days, July 10 to July 20th. It will >e followed by 'ihe senior camp from Inly 20th to July'30th. The cost of ho ten days outing will be nine dol- ui'3 for each boy, railway fare will ie extra. Arrangements are being made with tho C. P.'R. to supply a ipecfal combination baggage and pas- lenger car for campers. This, how- ever, is not assured. Every hoy in ,ethbridge between the ages of twelve nd nineteen Is entitled 'to take in his'outing. Camp management must ie seen immediately, however. MILADI Offlc., 1224 'EDITED BV "I PHONES: nM A 'little sun, a little rain, A soft wind blowing from the west And woods and fields arc sweet again And warmth breast. within the mountain's The camp be ex offlcio of the whole plan of govern ruent but will be more of aa execu- tive than a disciplinarian. Another new feature ot the oamp, this year will be the'qiunp iivard tji- tern. An 'official camp emblem has besn.-adopted wfcich. will to 'every boy vFhb'iucoeedi In earning P. M. VERDICT WAS SURPRISE Winnipeg, June Thorvlllson, aged 21, son of a will-known city ind a thlrd-yiir student at Manitoba Collega, lelf-confessed burglar on fourttan counts, with a revolver" In hli hip pocktt, which he tried to use on the officer who caught him, was today free by Collet Magistrate Hugh John McDonald on suspended sentence, much to the surprise of the pub- lic. So simple is the earth we-.tread, So .quick with love and life her frame- Ten thousand years-have dawned am fled, And still her magic is the same. A little love, a little trust, A soft impulse, a sudden And life as dry as desert dust Is fresher than a mountain's stream So simple- is the heart oi man, So ready for new .hope and jov, Ten thousand j'ears since it began it 'younger than a boy A. Brooke. Hostesses on Monday Mrs. H. Rentier. Dr. Leggatt is spending a couple oi weeks in liegina. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mofiat are guests at the lludlavia hotel, Kram- er, Indiana. LIBERAL CANDIDATE -IN -MOOSE- JAW--CITY Moose .Jaw, June C. Mat- hews, formeily chief magistrate eralderman of this been unanimously LiberaKca didate for the city the' general election t Every Housekeeper li Ir.terlitid In knowing how to make good One of secrets Is using fob yeast. -White Swan Yesst cal 5c package of 6 cakes. Sample MO on request. White Swari Spices': Cereals' Limited, Toronto, Ont. Sunlight Soap Guarantee of Purity with every 5c. cake. The sun never sets on Sunlight Soap. Used in every country in the globe in preference to common soaps, because it cleanses the clothes more thoroughly at half the cost without injury to the fabric, wash day. Just try Sunlight next The name LEVER on il a Guarantee oi. Purity Dr. F. II. Mewhurn will return this evening from a vacation trip to Portland. Rev. T. P. Perry wjll return to- night from a short stay in Calgary Mr. John Hutton, of Nanton, who was a guest at the home of Mr. B. Reid tor the LangelM-Iutton nup- ;ials, leu- yesterday, for his home. Mrs. Frank Waddington is expect- ng her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 'A: W. Hihgs, the first oi the week from England. Rev. A. A. and: Mrs. I.ytle leave on Thursday [or their new home in Piiicher Creek. The' Rev. Professor Clvo Jackson, B.D., will oc- cupy the pulpit of Westminster churcli until the return gf Rev J Woodsworth; .B., .Steltler, Al- berta, who leaves shortly .on a trip to England s h Mrs Kelson ivai> honor guest ol a bright little bridge given bj Mrs E Ewert Deep pink carnations radiated .their fragrance and hrllliance over the pretty home; Three tables of the game, the favors for' which were won b5 Sirs Buchanan Mrs J 0 WilsoiTand Mrs. H. .J.'. Goode. The. engagement is announced ot Miss Winifred Marv Howland, second daughter of Mrs. ilowlaurt, -London, England, and the late William H Howland ol Queen s Paik, Tpmnto, to Mr. Henry Perbival' Biggar, tho duties of best man. Thi church tutttully. 'adorned, with buy trpev, palms .and cut flowers. Mu- fiic formed a pleasing part ol the servico.. Mr.s ,E. .Russell .Prcscott played the wedding march, from Lo- hengrin, and the Mendelssohn bridal rrsusic "Evening Tannhauaer; Handel's Macdowell's "To n Wild and Lemare's "Amiah- ind Miss Ada Davis, of Toron- to, sang vety sweetly Guy b'ltirdelot, ami Metcaif. the ceremony', the bri- dal party and the. wedding guests, ot whom there were about thirty, re- paired to the King George, ..when the bride held" a reception. Mr. and Mrs. Tucktr left at four for Edmon- ton. The bride has.been in the city month; the guest of lier brothers, Mr. H. 'Strachan and Mr. T. H Strachan. Dinner Ware Clubs and Societies The Flower Guild acknowledges with gratitude flowers, which were donated yesterday Furman. The Art Needle-work club will meet, ith Mrs P Rov, 1240 Argvlc Avo., on Monday afternoon. The Independent Order ol Qood 'emplars will hold a strawberry and ce creanv social on Mr. .W. L. Wil- on's lawn on Thursday evening liext, Mrs. T. P. Perrv .will address the Vesley Epworth League on ;'Mis- ious" at their regular missionary on Monday night. A musi- al program wilt-also be given. A eartv invitation is extended to all qung people-to attend t Owing to the inclement weather esterdav afternoon the meeting of tie Foreign Missionary society of