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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LKTHBKIDGE DAILY HKRALD; Saturday, September 20, Specials for Tonight In FRUIT Pears, per dozen Prunes, per crate Prunes, per basket 30i' Grapes, per basket Grapes, pound lot' Peaches, per box.............................. Peaches, per dozen.......................... Bananas, per dozen.................30t' Apples, 3lb and for........ rjof Florida Grape Fruit. 2 for Tomatoes, per baskvt Tomatoes. 3los for.......................... Cucumbers, three for Oranges, per dozen v. aOv, lemons, per dozen oQl'i SPECIALS IN CAXD1KS. Fretli Chocolates, pound All kinds of Home-made Candy, per Ib Isthbridge Kandy Kitchen 722 3rd Avenue South An Account of the Life of Bishop Pinkham, of Calgary By Irene Keane, in the Western Standard_____ Whoa the. history 'of ihe Cturch of nshmd In Canada Is written. the llishop of Calgary. the Rt. Kev. Cyprian pinkhsm. U.C.I... will a place. Ills Lord- has been a factor l.u Jlmust every phase' of church history In the I northwest. the cause ot education have .ship report of that visit a svsteni of normal traiuiug for was Introduced in Manitoba, as well as a system of secondary education foriaiug n link between public common schools aud the university. For seme >eirs Mr. Pltikham a prominent member ot the council of the I'niversiiy of >U has also a great deal lo thank him toba, aud one of Its representatives for. He "delivered the word oE'ou tte board of God 3t times, sad la rlsces where ihe, ice; .csj t- of the synou of the diocese and in ISS2 Cauon of St. John's Cathedral and Archdeacon of PREMIER COOK WITH HIS Wl MAJORITY CANNOT HOLD ONTO POWER Melbourne, Aas., Sept. is deadlock has in regard to ihft'senatervas. Premier Bordeu in C'ur.add. to the governor-'eseral that even with a DC! majority ot two or three he could not hope long to te in admin- I'rayer, in resiul lo "where two or three are gathered together 'In M; naice tbere slso '.rill I be." was ft- c-Jllarly applicable. He bu" braved all conditions ot watb.er aud roads, never those who had gathered from far aud near to hear him. His personal magnetism Is known from the Lake of the lo AtkibWa l-inflnj. His volca has been .heard in rude log cabin and cost- ly cathedral. He has slept In s. blan- ket oil the ground, ts well as In ittan cars. Ke has kaov.n everr. tloa that the pioneers of his dock whlcb toba on the formation of All Saint's Parish, Winnipeg. He at the re- quest of the leading ap- acting rector, aud he held that oflice during thi- erection of the church until the congregation was in a tion to pay the stipend of a rector. On the Kestlval of Epiphany In 1SS7 he received from Dr. Benson, then Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of the Ecclesiastical province of Rupert's Land ihe otter of the knew.'as as'M-c-ry luxury, wmca of rendered come to the successlul ones, ar.d: b_7 aeuh of its first bls-iop, his impressive and touching words of jjr and ori he Inspiration or consolition live In the bishop of Saskatchewan memories' of the hundreds ot children he has cocfirnjed. As'a ruling bhep- :r sn area of square miles in Holy Trinity church, Winnipeg, by herd, he has most happy In his his title was con- relalwui witb the various churchmen firn.ed by ,he of who have come uudrr direction, j six other On Aug. He has been untiring _tn ]0 provincial sjnod of Rupert's Land dtrldeit the diocese of Saskatch- istratlbe control. He l not bf sat- efforts to secure suitable for tie different diocese and for the Bishopric of Calgary in particular. U may nell he said "what tio they know of the Church of England, who only know the church in yie power of England has asserted itself since1 the colonizing spirit of our race bejau that estra- ewan, forming from that porliou of it known as the provincial district' of Alberta the diocese of Calgary, area square miles, in March of the next year the Archbishop of Canterbury ratluEd tils action and ap- pointed the. bishop of Saskatchewan, hisbop also of Calgary, until an ordinary sro'-uh. of which we are copal endowment could he raised or the fruits .today, there also j other adequate provision made for the isfied wilh securing a discolut'Oo of thl, church of England begm its j support of tho Bishop of Cal-ary In the. lower a teiisw ol ,abore_ cnurch ln- Canada the only Enropeans in the norl.V 111......." debt to the Societv of the j W05t territories who were the Bishop tLe prfscanel of the senate. RAIN STOPS THRESHING Moose Jaw, Sast., Sept. ir.g' operations are held up temporar- ily. A drizzling rain fell almost con- tinuously durin? the night ami this stated today that been reached in the' romrconwealtti parliament and that preparations for nomine li is cold aud dull. It is another geceral election are being j thought that threshing will be resum- made. Premier Cook, w'lio is fared led again tomorrow if no more rain nith practimllr the same dittculty'interrenef. Propagation of the Gospel, in the servlco, dates Its origin from Marci'i.3, 1701. n-ere the Archbishop of Rupert's Land, In 1702 the first two missionaries leflj tlie Bishop of .Selkirk, and the Yen. Boston. la the same, year the Brstj PhiiT. The Bishop went Church of England clergyrnan came to. to Kngland in ISSi'and began actively Nova Scotia, vfhich province later had. lhj; raising'of the nrst Colonial Bishop coasecraUd. Endowment Fund, tat the fund took 1757, his diocese being fte whole of Perfect Flour Perfect wheat ground by perfect Household Gives perfect results in all baking Ask Your Grocer for It For Sale by British North America. His Lord-hip was bornjn the city of St. Joha's in Newfoundland the oldest colony ot Great Britain, on Nov. 1S14. His pcrc-uts emigrated from Devonshire a few years, before. Part of his education.-.- white a. boy. he re- ceived from, tie Church of years to raise and it was not until Sept. 30. 1903, thai1 ho .was able to re- sign Saskatchewan, aiid. confine h self to Calgary. Curing his tenure p: office each diocese [was administered separately, the synod of the Dio- cese of fJalgnfy being.held in 18S9. T Upon tat his dullei Ju ISSi'the Heiilenani-govemor of the Academy at St John's, then .under j Northwest Territorles-in-Council ap tho charge of Rev. G. P. Harris, il.A. pointed "htm a "member of the Terri He began life s.s a school teacher, j torial Board of Education and at teaching Cor about ITTO years in the Brookfield In 1E65 he entered SL August En's College, Canterbury. On St. Peter's first meeting-, of. tbat body he unanimously .chosen .chairman, a posi Uon held by him, tor several years .At the first of the synod o Day, ISfiS. he received the' collcsojthe Calxary there-were In diploma and hoodJ During the turn- I all eleven clergy In': the diocese, om mur vacation of ISijT he was private of whom orJy was entirely supporte; tutor at l.owesby Hall. Leicester, inlhy the ministered.- In 190 there were hetween'-50 and CO the family of Sir Frederick Fowfce, IJart. and In the spring of iSSS'-be j received the offer of another tutor- ship, which he thought of accepUiig unlll the S.P.O.'would send him either 12 of w ere 'sb supported, 1613 there are between 90 and 10 clergy IS of whom are supported. In 1887 just prior to his consecra tton the Uishop received the-desre f to India or Madngascar. He at first refused the mission in I of D.D. In the University of Mantloh 'the diocese of-Rupert's Land offered and D.C.L. at Trinity University I hfm by'-lhat Eociety, tut subsequently Toronto, and recently he has been a through tte representations, of his milled to the depree of D.C.L. J GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. j friend. Rev. Dr. Bailey, warden of St. Augustln's, he accepted that mission and sailed for Canada, July IS'JS. There was only one diocese at this time; now there are Moosoaee, Sas- katchewan, Athabasca, Qu'Appelle, McKenzie river and Calgary. Mr. Pinkham was ordained Deacon In St. Paul's CaHudtal, London, Ont., on Sunday August 16, 186S by toe j Qlher Women to KnQ, nishoi> of Ruperts Land, .who had ibetn visiting at Moose Factory.-being How She Finally the preacher. Plnkbam then pro- ceeded lo Winnipeg in tha Red River settlement, better known as Fort Garry, a small Tillage of less than 200 people. Then on lie llth of Sept. he WOMAN SICK FOR YEARS Restored to Health. COFFEE anci BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon products are the standard and purity. There Is EO ''Just as good" H bf.1... Rlbtoo and Baking Powder m sold it in Blua Rlbboo Goods, guaranteed to IN RIBBED RATINE Of brick red, with facings of whil line, the cuffs thrown up on J fot black satin, while at the back o e coat falls a "capuchin of sstin." E clever house- A wife, who considers the pleasure and welfare of- her family, lakes particular pride in the coffee she serves. It is usually CKase O, Sanborn, Montreal. Superior Tiaciion, 35 Cen- tral Canada Loan k Savings Co., 21 Canadian Batik of Com- mence, Loan it Debenture, and 17 London I.oaii Co., Tlie following debentures were also heM hy him of Gladstone, Hammond, OnL I passin through the Change of Life anil fur tt e, years haj hot flushes very bsd, hea was licensed as curate In Ihe S V. 0 Bche mission of 31. James a nervousfe, along the north bank of the Asslnlbola doctor who -e f west of Winnipeg, under Archdeacon! a number of years