Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Daily Her aid, Wednesday, October 5, JMO. We have several bona-fide purchasers for h A, If you want to sell your house, list it with us Representing F. C LOWES COMPANY North American Life Assurance Co. London Guarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assurance Co. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High River, Nanton, Vancouver 1440 PLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this fine piece en will be sold on 'suck terms that anyone wi-th the outfit to farm it. can easily handle. Our plan is unique. Let us explain. FARM SECURITY CO. CITY PROPERTY 100 feet on Westminster, be- tween Dufferiri and Bompas Sts. Prices on application. 75 feet on Ernest Street, on water, block 124, at per front foot. 50 feet on Bartlett, between Duf f erin and Bompas, with small 6 roomed house. handles, balance easy. Irrigated farm of 80 acres, 2 and 1-4 miles from Coaldale at per acre. Further parti- culars on application. SKEITH TILLEY Cor. Round and Duff erin Sts. Si Alberta Railway and Irrigation Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on tne market eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. CATHOLICS OPEN FINE CATHEDRAL Five Million Dollar Build- ing in New York-Great Ceremonies New Yprk% Oct. greatest Catholic celebration witnessed in this city for many years, will begin to- morrow, when Archbishop John. M. Farley, of this city, will open the- celebration of consecration of St. .Patrick's Cathedral, one of the most magnificent parish in the United .States. The celebration'will last three days and will be partici- pated in by "high church dignitaries from all over the world, including; GRAIN SHIPMENT IN SEPTEMBER Montreal, Oct. reduced wheat crop of the west this year is painfully reflected in the railway traf- lie for the month of September, dur- ing which month 'the first western wheat way.to sea board. Re- turns received by .the Canadian Paci- fic show that from Sept-ember 1st when the new wheat srated to come in until the .end of the month there; were marketed in' the west bushels, as against bush- els during the same period last year, a decrease bushels. Up to the end of the month the C.P.R had shipped cars of wheat as against a reduction of cars. the average of bushels to the car means a de- Cardinal Vaim-ulelli, the Papal Le-jcrease of 3.165.000 bushels shipped gate, Cardinal Legue, Primate of Ireland, and Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore. There will also be fifty bishops an'd archbishops and one thousand priests from every section of the country.. The consecration will be 01 special significance to every Catholic through out- the country, as it will mean, that the last cent has been paid on the debt of this magnificent physical centre of Catholic church "in America. The Catholic churches may be used for services as soon able, but they habit- until' the last cent has been paid on their debt. After many years of unceasing la- bor, Archbishop Farley has completed' the work begun by his and the' magnificent structure-' which cost is now entirely free of any debt. In connection with the celebration there will also be ser- vices held in commemoration of the centennial of birth of Cardinal Mc- first prelate in: -the Unit- ed States to be invested with. IESHI- bership in. the college of Cardinals, from to seaboard during the month as compared witu last year. AUSTRALIAN COMING TO STUDY IRRIGATION Spokane, Wash., Oct. Me- Jienzie, of Victoria, member of parlia- ment and minister iands of Aus- tralia, is on his Spokane to study Irrigation -'plant's "and dry farm- ing methods in "Wash ington, Oregon 'and.- California, with a to the'processes-'used in his country. He is accompanied-'ifcy Dr. Elwood formerly of Wyoming, 'now doc tor of engineering 'for the Australian government, who will read., a paper at the .fifth Dry-'Farming Congress in SpoKane. Mr. McXenzie- says in a REMOVE MAN FROM OFF THE EARTH Warden Makes Sensation- al Charges Against the Rector Toronto, Oct. B. Cooper, ex- 'warden of St. George's church, Is- lington, appears to be a thorn in the flesh to the rector of St.' George's, Rev. T. G. McGonigle. Mr. Cooper stated last night that Mr; McGonigle refused to preach a sermon because j he (Cooper) was in the church. The I rector had completed the service up to the point of .the sermon, according to Mr. Cooper's version of the aSair, and announced that he would not pro- ceed further. "Go home and pray -that God may remove that man from ofi the face of the face of the is what Mr. j Cooper says the rector said to his 'congregation. ORGANIZE DOMESTICS' .UNION IN SPOKANE Spokane, Wash., Oct. to organize a -domestics' union in. Spok-j ane, under a plan outlined.-by Mrs.i May Arkwright part owner j of the .Hercules mine.in the Coeur Fire insurance Reel Estate City and hm The Sherlock Block. Estate Brokers. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. MISSING MAN FOUND UOissevain, Man., Oct. unbalanced and half starved, Robert rotton, missing for several weeks, was discovered in a shack south of water. Tottou came from .vova Scotia on a harvest excursion BARGAINS 2 lots on Ro.und St. each. 2 lots in Block ?315 each.r. 7 roomed modern house, close in, ?500 will handle. R.V. GIBBONS Co. Phone 1191 Ott block and. was thresning when, he disap- peared. HEAVY DAMAGES AWARDED ont, Oct. Rod- gers, who had his back broken last October at Ayr, by .the falling of stand pipe, was awarded dam- ages from the C. P. R., by a jury at e tall asiszes, tefore ?.Tr. Justice room Louse on Outbill Small cask payment, Eully modern 7 street for balance easv. Fully modern 5 room house on Br.uce street for ?2SOO. S100 cash, balance easy. Lots on- Cutbill street for each. Terms. Duff Addition Jots from each, up. 30 acre garden plots, best on market, close in ascl easy terras. ALBERTA BLOCK.