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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'UIDAY, MAHCH 7, 1919 Tliii UA1I.Y JlliHALM fAGE SEVEN. A Century of Anglican History on the Prairies By REV. VV. EVERARD C0MONDC IN THE EDMONTON JOURNAL, Most thu Anglican church will Aha liisl verAautty ot i'.s Uliiory in the ul Rupert's land. A central commu- with suVoommlUacs lo the viri- uus at work, and au announcement o( Us may looked for aa wr.y ]u ihi meantime, a trje( outline ot the growth of the CJiureh of KugJand in the prairie mas' bo o{ ]n- lorcet to many, purely frxim an hlttor- leal pu.iit of view, and H la i he so that tbe article wrlttou. Clergyman Thd first Anglican clergyman (o un- dertake work iu western Canada was Jtov. John West, who catno out to the hi Mr West remAlwl a shorl vime, by Itev. IX T, Jones who fouled St. John's cburch ami (he ile church, ar St. PauVt, a few north ot tho present city o' Winnipeg. Attire among the In- iii was by Her. Coch- a fine muscular Chris- tian lir, vrbo could bulto a house, plow straight 1 arrow and yrtich a good rmoa. In 1827 Mr- ('ochrane built St. Andrew's a fine slone edifice which reoaaiuj today a inon meat to hin zeal and labor. verft attempts, lu JS49. howflver. Divid Andereou was cofctecnitwl BUHop of Rupert's Land, awl when be retired tttetfn FARMERS, ATTENTION! WHEN Y9U COME TO LETHBRIOOE WEEK THURSDAY, March 13th BE SURE TO SEE THE WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES OF THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR will be Hhown both arUraoou evenia? at the COLONIAL THEATRE Bhowtng in motion pictures (Tie scores of uses of tbt MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR on farms in IhU district. years later, there ck'rgy! at work la oli fur-fiung diotcie. Mib- haJ becti la tho tvr' north ul For! YuJJon. .'i ihc river al fart anj al Yor'r; ry an-1 Albany on the fhoios Hudson bay. Arrival of Bfthop Machray Uishop Mnchray (trrive-J OH the ij Uivftr in iSCo. and a1, otioc threw hliu- into (hv wiiii vigor. In bis ''otfJnhn rtlijfion tii'l CMlucttlon. Wttnt hand in hand, cn-1 j took steps 10 St John's college for the eiucctlon hia clariy. With tiiis oliject ia viev.- j he Invitwl an old 6chuol'fellow. Hcv.' John Matlfaii, to couio lo ]tuperi's i as Maclean arrive) in 1SW. anO St.] JoliD's ojiened with aa attend- ance tf ibroe litudouti in -aya nineteen in the coUece Uttlu Macliray look toward Ibe (o liU dlooesa. With the muUipHc'ty o{ j Intereats tjKiuil Jjiiu ta the er'nv- Jnjf oti the Ht'I lc> slons in the witoreJ by the and ilv- crs, or eveH those that lud ftitabJishfti'l In the various set- Uetmsntg ftlons the Ac- i-oritfDgly, n-Jiile vjililr.g in he tbe great soclel'ts which hRd rtono eo irjucli to advance tho Interests of tlit tburch la FLAGS! Kialement Made By Minister of Cannthi's Yards Busv for n.'k'.i John i- I Jn all i Mill LTL .Moti'Ja ee, L. Manit 7 'iie, of and mini si er lor (tie and will i i -Impart-, ________ill! the midjlf i recovery from his satifsoctory as he anV. tiODPll his thg minister said: Tlie government mad' iu tfoing in lor ititu all the rcK-trdms IhU when I make my r> tuMia- merit. Iu the menaiiriie. ail yards hi Canada have government cuiurarH to keen them fully ftiiitiayej all thii year, and possibly a jiart of npxt year with the exception of onf. or CACI yards which have been biliiling stiipi for the Imperial munitions Ijoyrd." for arm fnhiliiy the UrJpJ whli Hon. C. Unr of iiianue ?nd (iiii ou- ill. Info re n IIOIIA ax is tna'. e. viiy uf John. t ujj lias espo t i-lty asking that iht- take OV.T ihe harlicir ai [iie cost of auuil nunltly. the tbe fithtr iMiil. has olferv.l ly taku care im-rply of ,'hc ho.'ut rherf is, there- fore, a diSoreiuv in ihc nfi aboa: V'-'U.OOO. lit rftply (u tlio gdv-J utlvei rlailii tim tlioy alt- entitU-il nut only in the d-rU but iu .utinl i-jpcnditiir-. -Si. Juiiu. X. H. March T-Itcar-Ail- Thj is tli.n purl mlral Kinssmill. head of the Canadian ULl-Jpr tile of a u-tvy, ii Su Si, Jcilir; to the final I'-jcral iidc-d on is n b l.vcStuK Conipyny et '.vds 'ItFtroytH Sy The prowrt fslluwlei! ill .'icc-fi of ion of (ho the '.i1'.' Ciiiailiau navy, j.reviou.-i starting on her loni; journey to (iftc coastj vvl'erp shp will laVc tlie re.fplion m VMcounl Jol- when are LO b- iu iic tUe Ktrvk e art. the war started. Majtir U. A. has reruruej to afttT an overseas voyage1. ;lle has nl-LU> fifteen trips ac-ioss the oificer since the colonies to assist 1 I Ihc founding of loree neiv Lees, Moorom e, and Sackatcliewin. Four New The societies rceponfod to lus lieal, and, on bis Teiurii tc Canada, the called a nK-cling of ibe i itlocesao syhoil to be held in .St. Jobn's cathtdral early iu 1S73 tor the pur-; PRIZE BEEF KHANDOS'. Man.. March Scv- I AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements On Saturday, March 8th AT O'CLOCK NOON AT ALLAN BROTHERS' FARM LOCATED SIX MILES EAST AND THREE MILES SOUTH OF COALDALE STATION 1 black mare, C weighing 1500 Ibs.; 1 black geldine. U years, weighing UOO 3ls.; 1 bny mare, 9 years, weighing 1600 Lay gelding, 7 years, weighing 1300 Iba-; I bay mare. 4 years, wciglilog K50 lbs.j'1 Wack goliiing, 3 years, weighing 1200 Ibs.; 1 black mare, 3 years, welgMng 1200 Iba.; I bay marc, 9 years, we I 200 mare; 4 welEfains 1200 Ibs.; i, Imy mare, years, welghlcg Ibs.; 1 geidlnEJ, S years, weighing Iba.; 1 pony: 3 colts. 1 McL'ormlck drill, good as new; 1 li-iach P. fc O. Talking plow; 3 sets drag'Jiarrotvs; J M-fneh p. O. gang'plow; 1 1 water tank and truck; 1 bugyy; 3 aeta heafy harness; I bay rack; 1 democrat; 1 democrat, knoolubouL; 1 aet drirjpg harness; 1 stock sadtHe. Household turniiure, Red small equipment too num- erous (o mention, Free Lunch at Noon. There is No Beterve Everything Must Be Sold. TERMS: of and undar, Amountt over half cash; haiance. on maturing Octobtr Itt, 1919, at 8 per cent D. J. McSwain, CLERK P. LeVALLEY, AUCTIONEfR o! marking out the boundaries of! cenls a for tho new sees, and for organizir.s the llle "Mf at last niBlit. work of Ihc churcb. in Ihe west :u Ihor- veteran atortiman of I oughly as iwssiblo. The synod Winnipeg, was tl.e ami tic and after fixing the boundaries of the anira31 !le secured was the new- j tour bishopric.. Hupert'fi Und. Moo; i Huby Boy, a .grade Angus Athabasca and Saskatchewan jSteer. which today won tht sweepstake decided to .form these sees into ''hamtccnshni for (lie lust fat] ecclesiastical province or nuncrfB lr sllow- Ixind. stating that as soon as two of! A1 pu iron ptyf, geldlnss; I span Irun greys. gcMlags; 1 Iron srer mire; 1 grey mnrc; 1 har mure; I qrp? gelding; 1 brown gelding; 1 rtwn gelding; 1 naddie pony; 4 lay marca; coming TemNoll colU; 3 coming rolls; S cumins colts. These korsos nre I'erchtrou bred curl broke; In food work cooditiun.. Most ot (hem Ikrge rtnd yourig. THREE HEAD OF CATTLE 1 puro bred Ifolslcln with ctlf at Coot, fnrfiiohcil of t Mrh ffrirta liolitein in spring. TWO HOQS MACHINERY 1 Jiiiniley oil Irsctnr; 1 1 cook car; 1 Irank cvr; 1 3 largo bundlt racks and wagons; J lank and geir; 1 Unk and 2 wagons wlili tank; I ami nta; 1 wneon gear; 1 land packer; 1 cn'illtator; 4-sec- lever iinrrow; tranic 1 Kloom manure 1 harrow cart; 1 Price fanning rnlH wild 11 1 Foslon hand (anninc mill; 2 hinders nearly new, i Doering W.ndtr and 2 old Decrtos ntnderf; Z doiibla ditc'Van Brunt train drlili, nearly new; 1 Jotm H-lnch tsng tlow; 2 H-lnch Cam- on plows; seis disc larrowa hi Mi oat Ihfow; 1 garden a'eeder'i 1 garden rlowj 1 blacksmith oultll! 1 icl'v! drags; I horse Coiishman gas engine and c.xlrn lot of belling; 1 side of harness leather; 3 clmins; somo oil. grenKo ami nsnl oil; of RCllcs; 1 jclipr-cr; 3 slept sonic paint find iraahes; It solfl ot worX horcws; 1 jjew set with bracch- and horn> Manhets; 20 sacks; nbonl 500 InislicI oals; 500 bushels ol need .wheat; somo lurley chop; 75 bushels potstocn, carrcrlj. A quantity of HouXholtJ Furniiurt, FSEE LUNCH at 12 o'clock sharp, Sslo comnioncM 10 a.m. TERMS; All nf J25.00 and under, cash; over (tint amount a croiu till Octobtr 1st oa purchaser giving an approved Men note, bearing S per cant. Interest from dale. M. A. KILPATRICK, JAMM EO. POPMAM, James Robinson, managing director of ths Saskatchewan Co-Operative Elevator Co.. also said: "If Canada's grain is to be market- (tc A Day of Joy, credits for the financing of exports It must have been a day of heart- j of agricultural products. felt Joy to Bishop :tfaciiray _wnen he! Speaking on the j subject ot finding pair the (firco new bishoprics FO ail--'a utarfcet for the ivheat inirably filled, for he could not but surplus, J. A, Maharg. president feel that the great wprt in sucli jof tho Saskatchewan Grain Growers j capable hands tho cause must prosper j Association, said al the recent provin- 'abundantly. Nor was he disappointed, cial convention c: that body: I The success at these tone lees led to( "The grain growing countries will [this creation of others. In 1SS3 the! have to supply tbe major portion of .diocese ct Aesioiboia. or credit ol purchase anil that point and Canon Anson, the 'will to enter into the price filing j bishop's commissary, became iti Jirst j of your grain. You will hare to fln- ,bishop. Thetltoct'so of'Athabasca xas ance it within yourselves very largely, ako divided, nishop Bompas taking regardless of whether the price is the northern portion, the now diocese fixed or not. of Mackenzie river, while he was sue- iceedan by Rev. Hichard Young as Ulahop of Athabasca. Bishop Maclean'died in 1SS6, and In Hie following year Rev. Cyprian i'ink- ed .someone must provide credit. Tlm{ bam, Archdeacon vl Rupert's E'jropean countries may want our.; succeeded him as Bishop of Sasfcatch- wheat, they may be starving for it; 1 oivan. Three years later the diocese but they will be unable to purchase Rishop Pinkham btttom- and the only way out, as 1 see U. Is for Ing tho first bishop of Calgary. In our government to provide credit, as 1SSO the diocese of Selkirk or Yukon' has been done in tho United Stales.: created, and the revered Ulshop Unless the Canadian government steps-; BompRs again removed in we will not be able to f Ven. Archdeacon HCGVO succeeding i H would be didicult to quote two! him as Bishop of Mackenzie 'Hiver. j better authorities on'the subject than Nine years later synod these two men. It rcntcm-' of Rupert's established the new bered that the ability of the Uomtn-' flloceso of Keewatin, and Ven. Arch- ion to grant credits is based very large-' dcaton tofthouse became its first ly on the extent to which the people bishop In j place funds at Iho disposal of Ihe After i Great Work j Government. The War Savings Plan In Hie sprin? of 1501. ihe great; nelP lo lllis- .ilatesman bishop, Archhishop Mach- ray. [assed lo his reward simld nni- J fUlll Ti mourning. He entered upon H ITMll II S II his work in western Canada as bishop H UIIILU U II of one hago diocwe. He boqnenVhert i to his Rticcessor, Htghl Her. S. p. f nine thoronghly organized each with Us own bishop and clergy. I A ner; splscopal province hart been founded, a great spiritual organization had been huiit up, and education, both secular onrt religious, had bcc-a- ode- SHOWS IF UVER OR HIS DDE H U Crois, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Give quafBly provided for. Fitting indeed! Fruit Lixallve at are 1ha words (uscrioerl tnwn ihe croEa fihove the groat archbishop's grave in j Iho quiet churchyard ot St. John's ca-j Every mother realizes, alter giving "He fed them with fa tnilh- her children 'California Syrup ol fill true heart, and ruled them Itai this is their Ideal laxative, prudently w'lth all his power." j because they love Its jilcasant lasle The Newest Bishopric' and It thoroughly cleanses ihe lender fn 1513, a tenth sec was carvcJ out little stomach, liver and bowels with- i of ihe diocese of st'a of out Brjplnj. j In the. following year' When cross. Irritable, feverish or Ven. Orn'y became 119 first breath la liad. stomach sour, look at Iliislinp. Thw (ho great work grows fonsu-i. Mother! If coated, give a with foolish vrilee, but in re- of Ibis harmleis "fruit H Is easy for the eJmrch 10 for- a 'ew hours all ti't, In these tumultuous days when (oul' wnsllnatcd waste, sour bile ;mcn am thinking In terms of Ihc undigested feud passes out of (he whofo tinman rao.e, that the history ot and you have fl well. Play- a people's soul is always raadn In Ihe rlllM ?saln- Witn llllle tys culel places. It anew belter world tcm full o( cold, throat sore, has Is in the mailing t.iday in Oanaillau diarrhoea, ln.Ilgr.sUnn. I; Is bemuse In these wide 'SnsWc M In day, Eono men have drearaed flrat drcnms and seen visions, and wo well to honor tholr rneniory. SHIPP1NO NEGOTIATtONS OFF LONDON, March latlani at Spa relating to the (hip- ping question htvi bcm temper- brfken to i wirsjtss mcsMfe rtteiv- ed htn today. Millions of mothers R.iep "Calilorn- Ua Syrup of t-'fgs" handy; they know a leaspoontul today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask ynnr for a bottle of "Culifornln Syrup of. jwhlr-li bar. ilirectlons for- babies. i children of all ages and grown-ups j prfnfed on thn oritflo. Ifeware of conn. lerfelt! sold heVe, K> don't be foolcrl. I Kfs Syror Metropolitan Style Tendencies Shown in Stetson Hats 7F you want to know what's what in hats, go to one of the good hatters in town. Sec his Spring same Derbies and Soft Hats as arc heing sold today in more than sixty leading New York stores, Mole tlit range of styles. Stetson sells more Soft Hats and Derbies in New York City tha.ri any other maker of high- grade hats in the world. I It will pay .you to consider Stetson quality, too, in relation to price. Measured by Stetson is the best hat purchase at your service today. When you ask jar a Sltlion Hat make sure that yen really gel a Sid son. Each has with the Stetson Quality Mark, John B. Stetson Company Philadelphia, U. S. A. SO SUITS ONLY ON SALE Tbe Opportunity that Have Been Looking For You can buy your New Spring Su't from Saturday and SAVE YOURSELF DOLLARS 3O SUITS ONLY ON SALE THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SIZES THAT ARE ON SALE. size 3t> 3 37 tilt 4 iult 39 t'at 40 3 tulU 44 HERE ARE SOME OF THE VALUES: Grey Check, good weight, size 36, regular for..... Dark Blue Check, me 36, refilar for..................J24.M Brown Hand Finished Tweed, size 36, rejukr iar.........J23.M Grey Check Worsted, size 38, regnkr Dark Grey Striped, size 38, regriar for Grey Stripe Tweed, size 38, regnfar Brown Norfolk, size 38, regular for Brown Check Tweed, size 39, regular Grey Check Worsted, sire 40, regular for................ Grey Check Worsted, sizj 46, regular for............ Dark Grey Striped Tweed, size 42, regular for............ Grey Check Worsted, regular for.............. Piakj Grey Tweed, size 42, reefer for............... Dark Grey Tweed, size 44, regular for................. "FRED THAELL 315 firti Street Smtfa Two Stores Wo iHra A ;