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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Angiwl 2fi, 1013 THE pAILY HERALD MILADI 'EDITED BV "INO" PHONES: Offle., 1224 1111 A Immlful of good life is worth' a bushel', of iHorborl. .To lie good is to be Arc lui'ppier than maiikinil, because Uioy'ro butter. Guilt is of sorrow 'Us the fiend j (Th1 avenging (lend, Hint follows us behind, With whips and stings. Rowo. Miss Ruth Freeman has returned from a vacation spent in 13anfi and Laggfln. C.antain and'Mrs.'Dell and Miss Claffy, of Calgary, arc registered at the Alexandra. Mrs. Edmund Botirquc, of Lclh- bridgc, is the guest of Mrs. G. A. Baskcrvillo, 183 Donald iiipcg' Free Press. Mrs. J. A. young and children have returned from the ranch to spend the .winter in town. Mr. P. E. Lay-ton, has returned from-a vacation spent at Proctor, B. .c. Miss McLennan, of Maeleod, was a week-end visitor with Mrs. J. B. Mulhern. Mr.: a7id Mrs. Cfrecn, Hull Block, have .is their, guest the former's iuo- of Ohio. Rev.- 'A'. A. and Mrs. Lytle, of Pincher Creek, are guests -with Mrs. U. B. Gray; Miss Birch has returned from a six 4 weeks'.vacation spent at her home in .Chatham, Ont. (Dr.) Patton, of CouttS; has heen removed to the Salt Hospital to undergo an operation for appendi- citis. r Mrs. (Dr.) 'Anderson, of Milk Riv- er, who has heen a patient at the Gait Hospital, has sufficiently re covered to return to her home. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Jones and lamily left this morning on a month's visit with. the.former's brother Montana. V Miss Mary Stephens graduate nurse'of loronto, is the guest of Miss J Hawkey 330 Seienth Aie S. 9 Miss Sharman ami Miss Elizabeth Sharman have returned from a pleas- ant vacation at the coast cities. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.> Heuter and Mr. and Mrs. J. Owens motored to Elso, B. C., this morning. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Buchan .havo returned from a month's visit in Cal- gary, Banff and Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Palrner re- turned on Saturday from an extend- ed tour abroad. Mrs. -Young and Miss Helena Keith, who spent the past week guests with J. F. Simpson, have 'returned to their homo in Red Deer. en route home. They spent ycster- dut at Glazier and will visit in Banlt and I.aggan arriving here Thursday afternoon.. 9 t Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McKlnley, of Vancouver, U.C., annomice Ithe" gagoment of their daughter, Hildla Mary Harris, .to Mr. Stanley Arnold Buchanan, of- Grassy Lake, Alberta, third son pt the Rov. William and Mrs. Buchanan, Toronto, Ont. The marriage will tako place Septbmb Mr. and Mrs. of Saskatoon, ore visiting for tho present with Mrs. J. T. Willison. Mr. and Mrs. Kcn- iton intend to rflsiue here in future. Dr. J. C. Shanks, of Howiok, Que- bec, who attended the medical con- vention-at Edmonton, is the guest of his brother-in-law, Mr. Charles McCIennaghan, en route home. Mrs. H. J. Johnson and son Hen- ry, of Fernie, returned home on Sat- urday after spending last week with Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. James Campbell. Mr. R. W. Bailey, of the Union Cardston, and Mrs. Bailey, re- turned home on Friday after a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McArthur. ;Miss Kermn and Miss Kern, oi Cal- gary, who have been spending a vaca- tion with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kemm, Sixth avenue, have returned to Calganj'. ;Mr. and Mrs. T. B. of Van- couver, arrived in the city yesterday morning and will be house guests for the week with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Burns, who kave been visiting at the coast, are 38rd. Mr. 'Buchanan is a brother ol W. A. Buchanan, M.P., and Mr. Ho; Buchanan, of this city. Mr. and -Mrs. H! Howard Dobson returned yesterday morning, from a very pleasant vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Dobson went to Edmonton, then to the Maoleod river, down which they travelled In a. flat-bottomed boat to its mouth, where It joins the Athabas- ca. Here they camped for a time, re- turning over land to Edmonton and home to Lethbridge. Posaihly tho most successful of the series of. tennis teas was held at the courts on Saturday afternoon. Des- pite the strong wind storm a large number were in attendance, among whom were Mn and.Mrs. -H. D. Wil- liamson, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Peters, Miss Trlpp, -Miss McPhee Miss McLennan, Miss Angle Bawiieu, Miss 'Smith, Miss De Veber, Miss Barassin, Mr. JvicArthur, Hr. Dawsoli, Mr. West- land, Mr. Do- Veber, Mr. Oliver, Mr. Dowsley, Mr. Power, Mr. Hobe'rtBou, Mr. Bennett and Dr. Mason. Mrs. E. J. Hill entertained at a de- lightful little affair on Saturday; after- noon in honor of her daughter, Flor- ence. Poppied and sweet peas radiat- ed their brilliance and fragrance over the pretty rooms.' Games of various kinds were enjoyed, Myrl O'Hagen winning the prize in the "Old Sayings" contest, while Ada Murray was Mine trophy winner m the animal guessing game. Those bidden were Myrl Mai-garet McKIHop, May Young, Bfllo Wallace, .Helena Simp- son, Kathleen Southard, Ada Murray, Ada. Livingston, Marguerite Hill, Law- rence Hill, inzola Bardie, Miss Edith Jones and Miss Barassin. Hill was assisted at the tea hour by Mrs B B Hill Mrs Edith Jones some enjoyable comic readings. y I A, quiet wedding was celebrated at Woslej parsonage at eight o clock on Thursday August 22nd nhen Pierce daughter of Mr and :Mrs. Ira Pierce, 723 South, was joined in matrimony to Mr Arthur rred BickSiell of this city The nuptial knot was tied by the Rev T. P. Perry. Clubs and Societies The Junior Build of St...Mary's church will meet this evening with Mrs. Mitchell. t The'Women's Missionary Auxiliary of 'Wesley church wdll meet at the parsonage at 3.30 on Thursday after- noon. The "Pleasant Sunday Evening" held at Wesley church at the, conclusion of tho regular service last "evening, was marked by a magnificent, atten- dance. Solos by Miss Howson. and Mr. Pemendle of Wesley Choir were much Mr. Phillips and Mr. Skllllng.iWho are. visiting, In. the city, contributed pleasingly to the musical part of the evening. Phillips, gave a perfectly splen- did reading entitled "There as no Un- belief.'' T.he graduation exercises of tho teacher training class of Westminster church will be held this evening. Ad- dresses will be .delivered by Rev. A. A. Ijytle, Dr. J. H. Elvers, and Mr. Walter Jordan.'' Rev. A. A. Lytle will present the diplomas to the winners, who are Mrs. 'A. A. Lytle, Mrs. W.- P. J. Alex- ander, Miss Stedman, Miss Atkinson, AHss Killam. Miss Shaw, Miss Finlay and Miss Mabel Butler.- GOLF CLUB HOUSE BURNED Chicago, Aug. judges, bankers and noted athletes formed a volunteer bucket brigade that made an ineffectual effort today to save from fire the club house ol the Chicago Golf Club, which is to bo the scene of the National tournament next month. Only one wing of the structure escaped the. flames. The loss is estimated at No one was Injured; The cause is unknown. ILLINGSWORTH STEPS UP London, Aug. Percy Holdeii IlllngBWorth, M.P.- for the Shiplej; division of York- shire, 'has "been appointed auc- cessor to the Master of EH- ibnnk In the position of Parlla- jmentary secretary to the WILL TEST OUR BApEY BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR ESTAB- LISHING OF A MALTING FAC- TORY IN LETHBRIDGE Kor tlio 'purpose of buying up ten or 4.wolvo cars of Southern Alberta bar- ley, which ho will uso to make a, 'thorough test for malting puTpoaoa, P. H. llicc, general manager of tho lllco Mulling .Co., of Winnipeg, Is in the city today. Mr. Rico is making third tour of tUo prairie provinces for this yeiu1, imd believes ho is speaking from first huml kutnvledgo when Jie tmys ithat tho west luis novor had a more irrosperous'outlook. 'Ho is also looking for -a site for a.westom malt- ing plant. Mr. Rico is mostly Interested In the 'barley production of tho West, For years he has been trying to tell 'the. farmers that they can make more money :gro'whig barley 'than they can growing wheat. He has not always met with great success in his efforts, for the far-mere have not always found that the price of barley is conducive, to belief In this argument. "But 'tho farmers in tho West arc beginning to grow he said. "The actual production of barley, in 1912 in the 'three provinces will be 25 per cent, greater than last year. I find the greatest increase in Alberta. The farmers of Alberta can girow 'the best'bariey In the nowthat they believe they havo a market for it, thoy'are beginning to raise it ex- tensively. There are thousands 'of acres in barley in Southern Alberta this year more than last. Next year I Relieve there, will be still thousands' more." "How about tlio jxrlco of barley this "I think tho farmers will this year the- best prkou they over got They should bo almost equal to Uio prices for wheat. ,1 put it somowhcre between CO and 75 cents per bushel.' Mr. Rice has hie oye on Lothbridgo amV'Southern Alberta, and has not given up tho idea cf establishing a malting 'plant here... Ho will not sa> very much about It yet, for ho wants to see tho hurley before he makes any promises along this line. But he informed tho Herald'that ho intended building a western .plant. Lethbridge, Saskatoon and Macleod are all after but ho wishes to Investigate be- fore lie comes to any decision.. It is for that reason he Is In Letb- brldgo today.' HeMs going to make a thorough test of Alberta grown bar- ley. Then he will bo ablo to speak. He has his opinion about barley grown in Southern Alberta, lie be- lieves it to be tho .best malting, barley in tho world, bar none. The soil and climatic conditions arc such that the malt obtained from 'it is far superior to that which is used in most brew- eries anywhere in the world. In fact, Mr. Rice thinks Southern Alber- ta barley is better than cither the Manitoba, or Saskatchewan product, and gives scientific reasons for his opinion. While in the city lie called to see Manager Fritz Sick; of the Lethbridge who, this season, has a large acreage under barley. It is likely that Sick will purchase several cars for ,'the Rice Malting: Co., and after the test, sorno announcement, may be expected from nho head of the R Co. as io' the location of his we'slera-plant. KIDDIES ARE BACK AT DESKS SCHOOLS t NEW SCHOLARS CHANGES IN TEACHING STAFF Large attendances iu every class room marked the re-opening of the City schools today, after the sin'mer vacation..; At the Central school tho total attendance was 451, of which, G3 were new pupils. At Fleetwpod school 165 pupils attended, iucludiug 14 new pupils. At the High school.the total enrollment 'was 59, including five new 'pupils. Westminster school showed an enrollment of 350, which includes 65 new pupils. At Hardieyllle, 49 pu- pils put in aii appearance, including six new pupils. New Teachers aiiss Alward suc- ceeds Miss Mackay; Miss .-Matt ceeds Miss Ault, and Miss Ashton suc- ceeds Miss Mitchell. Westminster E. Jennings succeeds G. H. Van Allen, as princi- pal H. Briice succeeds Miss Alac- Lean-as vice-principal; Miss Halpeany "W. E. Carsley; Miss Tren- Miss'-piinn, .transferred to Central school; -Miss Gillrie suc- ceeds iMiss CorcoraiiJT Miss McCrim- Miss .Mott, transferred to Central school; Miss Gertrude son and Miss Delia Pond, new teach- ers, take new rooms nin the Physical Culture building.' Bailey English, suc- ceeds Miss Bennlngton succeeds Miss transferr- ed to .Hardieville.'- Domestic Ethel Pres ton .takes charge of Domestic'Science department, Manual Bailey takes charge of the Manual Training school.. DRUNKEN BRAWLS ON SATURDAY MAGISTRATE BENTLEY DISPENS- ED LAW TO BUNCH OF BOOZE ARTISTS Saturday night have lieeu clean-up night after the Fair, by tile docket at the police court this mornin. Thsre were clean-up Eights, clean-up thefts, and some of ithe rest of the magistrate's attentive audience must have been full of the cup that cheers clean, up' to the neck. Fights were in the lead. the contributing cause. Const. Wing got mixed up with a bunch of clean- ip artists in the Dallas Hotel, ..where the row started. J. L: Butler, Ed; ward MoKollau and H. O'Neil, of High River and. Medicine Hat, when they are home, took on such a cargo of Alberta's pride that they coilld ac- commodate no more. .Then they be- gan to throw it around as if they did not like it, with the result that a'full- sized row was on the boards. The men got out in. the street, when Const. Wingjbroke into the game. Tie cop is pretty Bunny, ibul all his burliness ting-loose: Four other white.-hopes were also on deck, -Jack Adalr- and holm appeared on the fighting charge. BUg juice in unlimited Quantities was cause of 'their warpath experience. They paid eight and costs .between them. COAL MINES TIED UP Hazleton, Pa., Aug. the col- lieries of the O. B. Markle Co., the largest individual coal operators in this State, are tied up by a strike of the hoisting engineers' who Quit be- cause of a disagreement over wages. About four thousand hands are idle. RUSSIAN. EDITOR DEAD St. Petersburg, Aug. death occurred today of Alexis'Suvorin, edi- tor and proprietor of tho Nevoo Vremya, at the age of 78. BRITAIN'S PREMIER A recent photograph of Hon, H, H. Aiqulth BRANDON TO GET GIF. AT ONCE ILLUSTRATION OF HOW A HUST- LING CITY BROUGHT COM- PANY TO TIME Brandon, Aug. from tho application made recently by the city of Bnimlon to tho Hoard of Rail- way Commissioners for an order to compel tho 0. T. P. to' build a line Into. Brandon from a point on the main'lino northeast of tho city, City Clerk Brown today received notifica- tion from the Hallway Commission, enclosing a copy of an order by the Board to tho G.'T. P. to commence work on tho Brandon branch at once. A copy of tho Board's approval of the plan of tlio proposed 'branch was also enclosed. PREMIER REACHES HOME SEPT. 7TH Ottawa, Ont, Aug. Blountt secretary to Premier Bordon, who has arrived in Ottawa from England, an- nounced that Mr. Borden will the capital on September 7. Ho will be tendered a civic reception. UNITED; WIRELESS PRESIDENT DEAD Atlanta, Aug.' C. C. Wiieon, 67 years of age, former presi-, dent of the United Wireless Company, died last night, at 10 o'clock; at >the United States -penitentiary, hero where he 'was serving a- three-years' sentence for. using th mails, in; an attempt