Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, October 19, 1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEEALD We bona-fide purchasersfor houses If you want to sell your house, list it with us F Representing: 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 Does This Interest You 4 lots, Block. 21, Duff Add., east' facing, near MacDuff ea. .2 lots on London.Eoad, Block each. Lots 4 and 5, Block 128 on Courtland-St: each. Lot 10, Elk. on Westminster R. V. GIBBONS GO. Phone 1191 OttBlock HON. MR. BANNA'S LETTER ABOUT TALK WITH BISHOP -CALGARY, ALTA. vr T. N.. CHRISTIE A CO.. Real Estate and Financial Brokera. Agents Diamond City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N, Chrittie, Notary Puhlic, Diamona Alca. DON'T GET IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY THE SNAP OF THE SEASON East 1-2 Sec. 11, Twp: 9, Range 14, per acre; ?4 per acre cash, balance to suit. Close to school house. Nine" miles from town and elevator and fine piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66- cash, balance SUit. Good buys in Grassy Lake nnd Bow Island residential-. lOit; to me hotel in both' Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1069 REfGION IN THESCHOOIS Cincinnati, Oct. teeming with inferences that the gen- eral educational plans in the schools oi the country did not take enough religious training, 'occupied almost the entire time of the joint session oi the house of bishops and nousu oi dcputiesoi the Protestant Episcopal Church .here today. Several were out spoken in their belief that the schools controlled by the churches had im- proved pupils by giving them a complete religious training in con- junction with the regular school -work and inferred strongly that all of the. schools of the counts should take up the plan. With the exception of a vote of thanks to the Sunday school children for-their, contribution oi twenty-five thousand dollars to the missionary fund in the ,last three years the dis- sion of the schools of the country and the church occupied the entire ses- sion. DISMISSAL OF THE BARTENDERS t Caused Calgary Congre- gation to Endorse witti Applause Calgary, took place in 'the.Central Meth- odist church 'Sunday morning, during the course of a, sermon by JVianin, Mr. 'Martin' entered into -a fierce aenunciation of the liquor traffic, and described it as a "hellish business.'7 He -then went- on to; say- that .h.e en- tirely corroborated Rev. G. W. Kerby, when he said that men were" eloped, and robfred in some of .the hotels of the city. "Mr. Martin said that- a; gen- tleman had told a -woman of the'- Cen- tral .Methodist congregation that, he had seen men doped-and robbed, in the Calgary hotels." The preacher-went on. to say "-hat a certain, hotel-keeper in .the had hired a detective to find out his 'bartenders ever doped people or not. This .detective; who had been provided with a. gold watch and siyty dollars money, .went into the bar, several drinks, and, in due co Became insensibleT When he came to himself, the money and watch were gone. A.nd the .hotel' is now minus Dartender, At this point the con- gregation 'broke into violent applause, and for some the clapping of hands and the Vigorous stamping of feet continued. A considerable time elapsed before the preacher was able to continue his sermon. -Tlte letter ..written J. Hanna, provincial secretary, of' On- tario -relating a' conversation -with; Bishop Fallon, of London, 'in -regard I to-bilingual schools; and .which has .aroused great interest throughout7.' -that-province, was as follows: "Sarnia, May 23, 1910! "Hon.-Dr. R. A. '-Minister-of Education; "'Normal School Bldg., Toronto: Dr. .after- noon Rev. Father Kennedy (Cure of i Sarnia) .telephoned-me asking mvself- land Mrs. Hanna to 'go to Mgr. ernment; take, the _ attitude which is. Fallon, Bishop, of London, who. was..believed to desire of the great: to--officiate here on the. occasion -of majority of Church in.. his- first" visit- to.- this part of his this--provinceVr-thev''Bishops had re-i diocese. After some op Fallen expressed the desire, to'see .met and had formulated reso-, me particularly with regard to a lutions, and 'that soon a. deputation matter of great importance to this representing episcopal gathering part of the concerned-would to'-the'Government and sub- T ,4'ffl f solved to put this qusstion as one quote him but-! will 'give which outranked Jill 'others in so far, substance of as it concerned .them and. their sub-; ''He said he had passed the greater orainates "-That.up to now they had part of his life in this Province, 'hav-; let it much.' ground ing been .born at, aad later by their'sil-enbe'" lived a long time at Ottawa, while, that I did" hot s-tf He Stationery and Fancy Goods Business for Sale MUST SOLD AT ONCE r .We-have.a stock of the above description, "which is in fixtures amount to about For frill particulars.as- to location.of. stock write or call at', The trusts Guarantee Co. Ltd. A. G. ROSS, Manager. think i diaic of the Dio-Sr of ondon complete. -He, Won i, one oi great practice! import- a? ancc. In fact, .personally, he'consid- ers this question as above all others LnouSn ns successor-.had as regards .the. well-being of his dio- cesans. End Bilmc--ual Teaching "He had not reached this conclu- sion at once, .but.he had resolved, so far as it is in "to-.causo he had been tol-d that- Chaney would" probably he appointed in1, his place. I am sure -than Chaney. is the name, but it w-as some name pro- nounced as though it cnded'in :haney. He added that, although Chaney was to disappear every trace of bilingual -rcspectabte' man, a man teaching in the'Public schools -oi.his ehc ra diocese..The interests of the children, hoys that bilingual happy to meet, lie "would 'simply b'e a farce as an inspector of. these s The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate; -Loans and In- surance ._ j Plibnfe 544 handles 6 room modern cottage on BurdetC St. on lot and chancy to make ?500 in a rev? month's! handles b roomed cot-' tage on Courts close in, only balance'' terms. handles .beautiful Tjpo'm vhouse on -fully modern in'every respect" and biggest, snap in. two lots t.: He says he is assured that there arc today children going to the Public schools in. certain parts .'of.- Essex who are unable to speak Eng- lish, and this three after their ancestors arrived in the conn-' trv. Assuredly' nothing more could of English has ftc-en completely neg-i lected amongst the French-Canadians of that district. We belong to a pro- county erai of previous week sev- s of these schools t id inspected and f the ThP we -site in -f Will exchange. Vo; :JL- buys 3 lots Cutbill and Charles. Easy terms.- Houses and, lots for sale in ail parts-1 of'the city- List..your. property with -us, of the school. He seemed fullj idea that the pupils must be! obliged- to understand English and, to -speak it in their lessons games, and that hearing nothing English in the schools thcv would j vince of English-speaking people, part of an English-speaking continent, all children leavins school to engage in the .battles of life must .bo GIRL DOES SNEEZE .-MARATHON. English If, One Continuous "Ker-Choo" for Hour and ten minutes'Leaves Young Woman Exhausted- Cnicaso, Oct. Myrtle Hen- nins. 15 years old. -5932 North "Irving avenue, sneezed for an hour -and ten minutes yesterday afternoon and was nearly exhausted when a doctor was summoned to -SG Fifth avenue, where she is employed. What, caused-the sneezing wa? 3. mystery for a time, bur it was found tnat.' a piece of.thread, aboul an inch and a half long had lodged in her nose Dr. H. ur. Fortin, ambulance physician, re- moved it. y would, the teaching if he was named to inspect these schools. Then he added that he could Knox Presbyterian Church." Saska jtoon, has called Rev. Wylie C, Clarke i of Quebec, to become its pastor. Lan Real Estate, Loans and Insurance PHONE 544 FOR hundred and sixty acres o' finest level irri- gated gardening land in the province of little more than 3 miles from city of Lethbridge, only per acre, all broken, cultivated and ready to plant. 10 acre plots adjoining (unbroken) selling at to, per acre. Don't miss this opportunity as we have immediate sale for five 10 acre plots ac above prices. Terms over 7 years armed first of all with the language, cost what, it may. 11, m addition, they arc ahi'.c to speak French. Jialian. Polish, or anv .language, so much the better, but i-t is absolutely iidt the-base ot their education should be Eng- lish. Political Agitators "I observed to his Grace ihat, ac- cording to my in districts whi.'re tin: French-Canadians were numerous ami spukf French it was believed tiuil. the master of such a school would succeed better and would bo able with better advantage to conduct the children to 1-he use of English speaking French. j "To this lu- replied that it was a! mistake, and it" it was thus in theorv it- was never pin honestly into prac- that the argument in favor of] a French "master in French- j speaking district? was the argument- J cf clerical or political agitators, and. shaking; his arm and towards me. said 'I engage- myself to look after the clerical agitator, but I cannot contiol the poli't'ical agita-1 tor. if it is in the sphere of polities, j without Uie aid of others.' Dominate "State- and Church j "He added that the French masters' had been imposed on these schools contrarv 10 the desire of the parents i and the interests of the children j tha- in the- county of Essex he de- i clared ;o those who wanted him to impose 'he French master, m French districts ihci' he would he- readv to take a of the French-Canadian themselves, and leave them free to ropcisu-r the'iv convic- tions and he to abidf bv the result, but that t.his offer had not been accepted He proceeded to sav ihat the politicians and ihci French-Canariiiir. po'iiticai agitators j did not fail to sav that the French- Canadians 15 or 1" coun- j ties of Ontario H-'- replied that 'he. French-Canadians did no: control any _ thine; of the kind. thcv had work i efi lor ten year.- under I'alsificfi or j stuffed census lists as ir. the Prov. incr m" Quebec, one end, th-vir sinsii; aim hruic to secure von-; tro! of Church ant! and that; insirari of IUMUC crushei-i or choked i oIT. thev would ciorr.'.raic1 in both. Opposi- Fnnch "That in order i.o make the Gov-, not believe tlie rumor that at Otta- wa and its environs certain certifi- cates accorded to teachers by the Province of Quebec would be acccpt- .and that any -other, mode would be contrary to "the interest of the chil- dren. "His whole manner left me free to_ write this memoir without breach faith, since there was nothing pcr-j-j sonal or confidential in this discus- j sion. Me added that much as Not An Enemy Throughout his attitude was if necessary I knew nothing vieVs pllblicly known through out his diocese, not! that of an enemy, must not j deceive" ourselves. He is an extreme- j ly energetic man. and, has this qiies-1 t'ion very much at heart, and u-hat-j cv.fr comes of the matter he will j either give it. all his support or a i his opposition in his diocese j "He rejects with scorn rhe id.-a' ''I suppose that you and Sir James j Whitney will be glad to know how' much this question is taken to by the bishop, and, therefore, I am. sending a-copy of this letter to Sirj f Sincerely yours. J. HANNA." Se t_ of the R. N. W. 31. P: desk at the same time -as tha )au- poisoning PLAGE ORDERS NOW iir. wants-f rom the Purser y. Plant lati in; October anuci-not next 'spring. jBe.-siirerand order for- shade FOR SALE Lovely-building site 3.0 ft. x 137 1-2 ft. facing east on Cutbill.''only 100 ft. from Courtland. 25 ft. lane at rear. The water and sewer connections are al- ready made. Price 81100: cash balance1 in 3 and 6 mos. at 8 per cent. Apply to owner: C. E. BRANDOW 605 CUTBILL ST. (r ff 40 acres irrigated land, 21-2 miles from city, by far the best tract on the market. 20 acres under cultivation, balance hay lanrl. Ditches all in and' lias been irrigated last three years. Good terms. 5 and 10 acre jrarden plots, have all been irrigated years. Besr. on marker. Close in. Small cash, payment. Balance easy. Fully modem n room house on Bruce street for will handle. Balance easy. New 5 room cottage on Glyn street, on two lots for S2.SOO. ?500 cash, Balance very easy, "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" ALBERTA BLOCK. MAXWELL HELGERSON PHONE 777 Special price each, per Express our Black Ghampixm-are preiniitm :highest .'quality ;and prairie Two years, Drears? per dozen cliarges.- We "want Now .-v -WAREHOUSE SITE -V2- lots- on corner 'of and Bowman -Sts., RESIDENTIAL1 SrT.ES-CLOSE IN 8 lots on London behyeen Gfabb and Glyn' eacn" REAL-ESTATE AND" FINANCIAL BROKERS P. 0. Drawer 309V: Crabb Phone 1183 370 acres of fine wheat" land near Claresholm, per very best of terms. This land will bring per acre 7 roomed house, handles it, V S house, handles, -8 roomed'modern-house, handles it. 37 7-8 x 125 "Round, street .and London Koad, Terms.- o acres for old fair grounds. Terms, HV JOHNSON LAOT) CO. JOHNSON BLOCK 323 FIFTH ST. 1440 STEAM FLOW IDEAL WHEAT LAND We own this fine piece en bloc it will be sold on such terms anyone with the- outfit to farm it can easily handle. Our plan is unique. Let us explain. t CO. WHITNEY BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. urns in .LetiiDndae 2 lots, on Westminster Road. Block 26 Ihiff Add. Terms. Each 2 lots on London Road, Block 12 Terms. Each Good modern 7 ,rpom liouse on Glyn east. feet. Avillhaiidle -S330Q Bile. 22 Duff Ad- dition facing east. Terms........ -SI000 Lots "in" Kipp junction of roads north of Lethbridge, for sale on easy terms.