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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume Lethfcridge, Alta., September Number l-CENTENARY HALIFAX ificerit All Saints Cathedral Was Dedicated DIGNITARIES THERE Church of England Lead- ers From America and Europe Halifax, Sept. Never before has Halifax had so many dignitaries o[ ihe Church England in the city as i.o-day -when the initial in connection with the bi-centenary cele- bration look with the dedica- tion of the new All Saints cathedral. The trains yesterday and this morn- ing brought" not only clergymen from all parts of JNTova Scotia, but Arch- bishops, Bishops and prelates.. .from various parts of Canada and the Unit "cd- States, England and Scotland. The magnificent cathedral of All Saints was opened for di- vine service at 7 o'clock this morning with the celebration of the Holy Eu- charist by the- Lord Bishop of Nova. Scotia, assisted -by the dean and chaplain of the- cathedral. This was followed by -the dedication of the al- tar. At 8 o'clock' the celebration, of the Holy'; Eucharist again took place by the Primate of. Canada, the Arch- bishop of Rupert's Land, assisted bv the Lord Bishop of Glasgow, and the Bishop of Duluth after which follow- ed .the 'dedication of the- organ. It was -the -first visit of Halifax people to the magnificent new church, and ihey, the visitors, felt proud "of such a splendid cu'iuce. It is only, to be regretted- that the handsome .front and tower plai ned for It are.'inot ready. The temporary front, of was V'shirigled and CELEBRATION AT GRASSY LAKE There will be a big time at Grassy Lake, on Monday, when a celebration, will tie held in that town. Lethbridge and High River, old time lacrosse rivals, will strive for supremacy at the national game. The committee has arranged with the to have a 'Coach attached to the way freight which leaves Letlibddge- early in the morning, so that people, from this city can take in the day's-sports. LETHBRIDGE TO HUDSON'S BAY North Battleford, Grading has commenced on. the .'North Battleford-Prince Albert line from 'this end.' J. has the con- 1 tract for grading fifteen, miles, the work to be completed this fall. With this line completed and the projected line from here through the Cutkaife to Calgary the branch i from Calg'ary soutli to Lethbridge, i the Canadian Northern'railway, will have a direct route from Lethbricige to Calgary, through North Battleford and Prince Albert on .to the Hudson's Bay. WILL PUBLISH NAMES AND RECORDS Monthly Report on all the Dairies to be Made Public DAIRIES IMPROVING t 'f1 FISHERIES REPORT ON WEDNESDAY Loadon, is re- ported here, that1. New- foundland "fisheries will be read Hague on The opinion. "is expressed by'some of those in-London, whof have closely I'ollowed, the argument, that the decision wiibbe in favor of Great Britain. The answers it'o'-the seven--questions, it is understood, will not be of very great length. architecture is perpendicular gothie, built of iocal is in harmony-: with the rugged sur- face of both arsenal and citadel, fa- miliar to every visitor to Halifax. It was the act. of the architects. -that the materials, of the building should savor of the locality wherever pcs- sible. The structural trimming, both inside and -outside such as the ciaborr ate and :delicate 'moulding ;of shafts, arches arid window tracery, are of sou'rse. L The inside wall finish is of concrete and the high ceiling is fin- ished in -Oregon' pine, panelled. An imposing' Scene The -organ, 'which is from Cassa- vant'JBrothers, of Quebec, is -ascribed by competent judges .is a noble in- strument.. The' general opening of the cathedral took place at '1 oV.cck and was preceded by a procession from the school for Mind in the below, of the Archbishops, Bishops and clergy .prisons, i.i their cassocks and surplices. It was an imposing scene when the. urocession filtered 'the- church and proceeded up the left nave, ''vhile 3 triufnpbatit march from the organ a pillared aisle and stately tnurirept. The procession was witicsse! hy a large concourse of people who had assembled 'in the square opposite. Only ticket -holders were admitted to the church" up to 10.45 a.m. Then ihe doors were thrown open 1o every- body ami the" cathedral was thronged. The service was' opened with -the processional hymn, "Blessed City, Heavenly Salem." Preceding exhort- ation and absolution by the Arch- bishop of Ruperts Land and the ser- mon was preached by i-he Right Rev- erend Frederick Courtney, of New York. This afternoon the visitors are to he 'entertained at a concert in the public' gardens and tonight, and to- morrow the Bishop of "London will preach at the cathedral. The. con- gress- proper opens on Monday. No reports of committees will be receiv- ed, but topics relating to the solution of problems vexing the religious world are to be distributed. NOT REPORT Dr. L. ;G. De. Veber. city health of- ficer, says that the medical men of Lethbridge arc failing to report to uhi' "Oasds nicCliOiiS aii Usious diseases as required both by provincial statute and city by-law and ..that unless thorn is a rapid change in tliis matter there are go- ing to be a number police court "The law makes it imperative up- on all he said to the board of health last evening, "to tioti- i'y me in writing within twenty-four knirs of their .making their diagnosis, of all cases of typhoid, tuberculosis ind infectious and contagious dis- eases. 1 have to .submit my report fo Ihc provincial department and am pretty well sick of telephoning 'begging medical men to send in their reports -and then seldom getting them. Police court sumirions appear to be tie only WORK ON SIDEWALKS IN NORTH .WARD The work on the concrete sidewalks in North Lethbridge is progressing rapidly. The walk is already laid on the east -side, of Westminster Rd., from, the C. P. R. tracks :to McBeth, St. About forty men .now' worMng or; the ..west" side of the street-and expect to have-the walk'completed-in a week t or-ten'days. Board of Health _will have Tuberculosis Test of All Cows The city board of health decided last aight to ask the', city council to permit a tuberculosis test ot all cows in .all dairies 'which supply milk to the city. There was some discussion, as to whether the dairymen themselves or the city should bear the cost, of. this test, .which'it was felt, in the ab- sence of a provincial officer, siiould be made by a local veterinarian. It was suggested that the Dominion De- "partment of Agriculture might co- operate with the city in making tests and the health officer agreed to as- certain whether it would or not be- fore asking the council to bear the j expense. j The health officer-, expressed the opinion that there was at the present time practically no tuberculosis 'in cattle in. Southern Alberta, but that, j would be a good thing to make.. p.er- fit-i-'o u CARDINAL IS AN EARLY COT EAT MIAN RIOT "BY A RATTLESNAKE Therlittle daughter of Rbbt-Layriton of Diamond City, .was bitten by tlesnake- recently; -.She. had obtained. she "al moist- iro'dVunawares -upon-, .the. 'reptile and.it bit D'Arc was at measures succeeded in pulling the little- one through danger. DEUTHMENBUY ALBERTA MINE Finance Capitalists Will the Durham Collieries North of Here Colfax. Wash.. Sept. a meet- ing of shareholders of the Durham Col- lieries. Limited, held haJJ here this week, initial steps were tak- en to close up a deal for the financing of tie company on a most- comprehen- sive scale. Andrew Laidlaw and W. A. Nicholls of Spokane' were author- ized to go to Duluth.. Minn., and com- plete the deal with tae financiers who have undertaken to provide a -develop- ment and equipment fund approximat- ing S250.000. Mr. -Laidlaw was present at the meeting and explained the pro- posed deal to the shareholders, who approved it unanimously. The -Durham company originally owned 2870 acres of coal land in southern Alberta, 36 miles ncttb. of Lethbridge. Wher1 the negotiations were first started h the Duluth peo- ple tlfe latter" ob; rl to the small- ness of the comp holdings, and after making a .al investigation of the property some three weeks ago submitted a counter proposition to the company, providing a large, area of coal lands in the vicinity of its hold- ings were consolidated with it. This consolidation has since been put through, so the now con- trols 6700 acres of coal lands. The shareholders of the Durham company prior to the new consolida- tion were all prominent Colfax and La Crosse business men and farmers. WHEAT GOES 32 BUS. TO ACRE Jack Bradshaw's wheat, at Brad- shaw. west of Magrath; is threshing out at 32 bushels to the acre. A. R- officials report a fair amount of grain moving out of the souiii country and the rap- idly filling up. That being bought by local millers is grading high but no returns to speak of have yet been received of grain shipped 10 Winni- peg aud Fort William. fectly sure, especially in the the city's milk herds. The sanitary inspector and health .-.-'ashington, ;JSept. -T-. SS3, or -per as compared with -1900. s While York, City, ac- j cording to.. census i -I-" 'returns' of 1900. .still is' 887 behind Lohdon'ta the race J -r1 for the greatest" city of the world, she ahead of j other great cities of the glo-be, that" there likelihood. I of any of them: catching her in The 1909 showed Greater population, to be as against in' iEfO-1-. That New- Given Reception at Three Rivers at Six O'Clock HE LIKES CANADA Papal Legate On His Way to Eucharistic Congress Three Rivers, Que., Sept. dawn today the Lady Grey, with His I Eminence Cardinal Vannutelli, Arch- 4- i bishop Bruchesi .and other dignitaries A !on board arrived here enroute Tor .ue Barletta, Sept. .the promulgation of an ordinance hi'biting the eating of figs because of the cholera scare at- Bari, "28 miles east of here, today a mob of per- sons attacked and wrecked "the local sanitary offices and beat the employ- ees. Carbineers intervened and dis- persing the rioters, wounded 23 per- sons. Three liiversj a festivo tone.! a meetin and. greenery, scrip- dom- HELD UP MEN Fernie. Constable's Affected by Reeent Murder >7 HE SHOT Arid Worried About Other News From '-.7 the Pass l-Gar'acds of, flowers -T-! t'iiirs ancV streamers of every ch decorated--the streets, the uom- inarit yellovr anil whuc of. the papal colors. His Eminence-'went ashore j to an, was welcomed (Special- to .The Fernie, Sept. A'.: Mor-.'- rfs, who' took; an active pursuit and capture of-.Haller, dcmented slayer -of .young, at" Krag, two weeks ago, was Chicago. -Sept. the close of] to Fernie -yesterday evening ic coal miners and the Pew Micheli 'fa Clue! "Constable ic coai miners ana SODt who-had been called lasted- until after n.id-J place to 6f 'bat by Hon.] Although' the.-settlem.rot -T Mayor Normand and the Tithe city council -A larg' the settlement 'the miners officer reported inspections of all York is slowly-; catching Lon- The stables were found clean and also the cows, and, the i dairymen. -all making eEorts to up to -the regulations., With, "perhaps oae exception, the milkers were1 don is the fact that in eight years London's in- crease was while that of -Kew Paris, according to the "ecu- healthy looking mem TheJ. than many of the'countries world. The population of Philadel- phia is an increase of or 19.7 per cent, as f compared with >in '1900. Salt Lake. Sept. Idaho State Bank of Hailey. Idaho, closed its doors and is now in the hands of the state bank examiner. The affairs of ths bank are said to be in. a tangled con- dition and it will probably take some up parties at' the Great: tel.at-New Michel "er'ing them .searched! then is .regarded- as; Samson was sent; for. The Cardinal drove directly Cathedral where lie celebrated mass, Following the service His Eminence breakfasted -with, tn'e local clergy and left by the. Lady Grey for- Montreal' at 9 a.m. His JBminence is constantly ex- pressing bis appreciation, of the cor- diality of Ms reception in Canada. "I have been deeply he .remarked, with the, kindness shown to me since my arrival in Canada. On every hand'it has. "been-nothing but the most cordial welcome.'- Accompanying Eminence is Count y-anntue'lli'i'the nephew of the "I am, with said the Count this' morning. "My. uncle, was deeply touched 'With the reception; of Canada. He ..expected a welcome at liardly imagine ed that Canadians were so tached to "We all admire the spirit of unioiv which animates the "church and in'Canada" and. which contributes so much" to make your festivities a suc- On her trip up the river, the Lady Grey is closely 'followed by the Steam- ver Montgomery of the Department of Marine and Fisheries. By the cour- tesy of Hon; LJ P. Brodeur, invitation to make the trip to Montreal on board the Montgomery were extended to the Quebec members of the -senate and ho.ase of commons, as well as -repre- sentatives of the press. His Emin- ence will be met at Montreal by the Mayor and. City Council with many prominent citizens, and will bepresent- ed with an address of welcome. He' will then repair with his suite and ac- companying dignitaries palace. WIFE OF PIONTER GET COMPENSATION "With the view of seeing that the widow gets full compensation under the Compensation Act. the Trades Labor Council is taking up the case of the death of the late James Cow- time to straighten them out, liabilities bricklayers' laborer who died amounting to about The fail- recently from injuries which he re- ure is said to have been caused bv ceived on the Sinnott Block'by fall- -r T TV, "Kith a wheelbarrow of mortar ill-advised loans. J. J. Plummer is from -he gnwmd.floor into the base- president of the bank. a distance of about H feet. will be paid by the operators. Haller seemed..'- weigh The conflict between j heavily upon his: mind, the operators has been. '.stubbornly j his mentai: balance'..'-} fought for a.period of five'mouths.. WIFE OF PIONETR MISSIONARY DEAD Saddle Lake, Sept. H. B. Steinhauer yesterday at .the ripe old -age of ninety-two years. Mrs. Steinhauer .thei late Hey. H." B: of the, first pioneer missionaries' of.'-.'the Methodist- church in" corns to tae: Norway 'House district ;ir. the "early, forties. not at all certain shot Morris saysi'-h'e fired- but- it- Morris thinks it-was.-.-y.an.d; has brooding" over' the' fact Vvcr; since1; the' death ot Haller. It is thought that and from care will liini' to; -and. meantime he .-will Rev, E. Stebhauer, B.A., Chinainen'1' but yesterda-Y. hear- Cocato '.still -the good work among-' the '-In- dians with the same "-success achiev- ed by their, -father. RUMOR AS TO ELECTION DAT] -.-.plating b'uslr.'.-flre Eloquently Tells Medicine Hat Audience of His Experiences on His Itin- erary Patriotic Appeal for Unity Macleod Hears That It is Fked for This Month Other News Macleod; Sept. the popular teller of the Canadian Bank of Commerce'here, has been trans- ferred to the branch of that Bank in Stavely. Mr. Tuck was .-stationed here for a year and during his stav had gained many' R. Leath- er, .of Hamilton, takes Mr.- Tack's place in the bank here. J. E. Pember has changed the 'dav of publication of the.Macleod Adver- tiser from Friday to Thursday. The fall sitting of the supreme court for the Macleod district starts here on Sept. 7th. Although it has not been definitely decided it is thought that Judge Harvey will oc- cupy the bench. Miss Irene Ruby has taken the position of saleslady in'' Dofaer- cr's dry coods .store. It is rumored around town that Sept. iDtb or 2Qih has been the date i set. for the provincial bye-election i Iherc. Although thus is only a rumor! j the candidates arc beginning to hold! j meetings again and are working; hard-! er than ever. There, is the.! lack of excitement and enthusiasm in this election that has been a -leading feature of" the past elections in Mac- up 'bet Magistrate Alexander ;monifng --and' fined, and each.-." 'S-'-- Warden TNIurphy has1 'arrested Slavs in 'Forme the- same offence and "they- w'iU.vprobably -'--be dealt a dose" of the same -kind OL medicine, when they: come--, court. Macaroni The Marinaro Brothers building of- their .large..rnacaronl- factory, located near the 'them "station, as'' rapidly as When completed, be considerable addition to'the man ufaetuxing industry. The building, L will be 175 x 30: feet, two, stories high, with basement under tral part" for the accommodation- steam boiler of fifty-horse-power-ca-." pacity, to be used-to -'heat the tory'and the large concreteYhlockj dwelling which building for his family factory is also being built of -conr'j- crete block, all heing upon the ground by the Fernie Con- i of which-Mr. r Wm. Die-ken is manager. inaro is no novice in this -industry, j having learned his art in Italy, near Naples, the. Queen of :C queenly country, and has been 'several years at the head, of a aroni factory at Reynolds, Pa'-V-eric.i.1- of the largest of many-such-iac'tdries'i founded in the United .States the last- decade. The Reynolds factory msn and the1 Fernie plant, equipped, will keep Mr. representative that he 'expected his factory tumin-g out-Maca-s. roni by the first 'of and; judging by the, way. he is making things he will fulfil his'prom4-' se. machinery the rounda-, Medjcine Hat. tour of tour: "I left borne Canadian to the Sir Wilfrid Laurier, which opened core, I return ten times more Canad- with a mammoth meeting at Port Jan. I have imbibed the air. spirit Arthur and Fort William two months and enthusiasm of the west. 1 am ago, was brought to a conclusion with P. true westerner, henceforth: nay. I leod. "Lion of "nearing comple-: Reach Co. were awarded .first! (Continued on page prize, and'The Canadian Bank al Commerce second, bv the Board of tense satisfaction to the premier The republic was learning that the moa- for ha'vinS the best decorated c was earnng at te moa- .5 .On, lnc occasion of 'Sir archial institutions here were no less Launer s here. Araone the democrai h h aCLeloons brings were democratic that those to the south.! swings were The King of England was subiect ,l-e ,11 Block, i another great gathering here this af- should say Canadian, for we must in j law as the president of the American. Baj Co-' nd ternoon. It is the last" big assembly future aim to know the West and the! Republic without so many autocratic! jirc "otiCjs- pr- H- 9- Nybleti's resi scheduled on the itinerary. Tonight j JSast only in emulation of the best in j powers. i F' and_ Lhas._ .T. Stephen's Livcrv going home now, "I have learned a. great deal in the past two months; I have learned to know my country. On July 7th I set my face towards the setting sun. On of the AN EXCURSION FROM I DIAMOND CITY An excursion train consisting of about two hundred people is coming to Lethbridge from Diamond City on Monday to take in the Labor Day cel- ob rat ion. They will be taken from Diamond City to Kipp by the Diamond Coal Co.'s train and brought into Leth- bridge by the C. P. R. arriving here about. S o'clock. They will--leave here again about 10 the premiers train leaves for each other, who can do more for Can-i "We are all working together peg. whence on -Monday he will !eave Our common cnn-ntry. Sn I jbliilrl un Cla.na.rta: 9.S a on The train for Ottawa, Two prairie by the presence and speech- es of Premier Sifton and Scott, unit- ed in doing honor to the first Canad- ian who has spent a full summer in studying their conditions and require- ments The premier of Saskatchewan conveyed the message of Premi Bride of British Columbia to da's most illustrious statesman." C. R. Mitchell, attorney general and minister of education, occupied the chair and addresses also deliv- ered -by Hon. George P. Graham, Hon. Frank Oliver, E. M. Macdonald and F. F. Pardee. Laurier at- tended the reception ana was accord- ed a reception. In ?.n eloquent address. Sir Wilfrid summed _ up the experieucgg.: of" bis H0RTAI1H CE 1 wn. nrarfir! lUP ed Sir Wilfrid. "We are not lolloping a. beaten path, we are choosing ours, i We are hewing our own path. Our j ffs, H. Svvinnprton had automobile decorations. has for Of wiMtMrtinir iod Q, ..c, next an :t every had died in tbe year or siiftered disability aeci- Ottewa, Sept. mortality census n.-A nf.fhft general rp.nsus It will cover the per- r previous to June 1st rsrsonsl description of F. Murphy, Gco. Adnison and peal for a United Canada. Canadian tonr he had met multitudes nation and we are proud of our im- of new Canadians, thousands vices in the Mrthotiist church on _ Sunday next. Krnr.elh B A., has oprncv] f v connection." a law o.Tice in ih, Riock here, sealers. He had asked j In conclusion the j and is now for business them whether they were saiisfied with! appeal for a" united consecration. by j p. c. Strph-T.s ('PR' siiiVic- sc conditions under the institutions here, i a great cosmopolitan .citizenhood for i Cnt here accompanied" bv' his wife. 'an exception the response had been: "Yes, and proud to become Canadians." Such experiences- had: been an "in- all that conduces ,to'glory, welfare.: has left for a month's vacation to prosperity and happiness'of. the Can; j iho coast. H. S'ewart is acting ada of-our birth, arnJ'the nntvfor Mr. Stephens during his" ab- iior.sehold in the firs: section.-Where there has boon t-om-perisar.iou-fc'r in- jury numerous particulars v.-ill be en- acted. Tahrr plav the Rritts here at foot- ball this ai'U-rnoon in their first. of the games in the Wright; Shield 'competition. at 5.31V ;