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THE EVENING CITIZEN, OTTAWA, O.VT. THURSDAY, FEB. 25. 1937. Ottawa Priest Elevated to Episcopacy at Basilica of Notre Dame Raise Rev.

J. C. Cody To Catholic Bishopric In Solemn Ceremony Consecrator at Today's Ceremony Bishop Cody, Ottawa Born, Long Recognized as Fine Preacher and Administrator Parents of New Bishop PAGE "-o, it (Continued From Tate One.) Appointment of Rev. John C. Co-Conscorator several years.

In 1925 he was the founder and organizer of St. Patrick's Junior and senior Tabernacle Society which became one of the best known and most active institutions of its kind In the archdiocese. He subsequently established two other parish societies, the Knights of the Sanctuary and the Pages of the Blessed Sacrament. He was r.v, I fA "1 Jj fiyL Mr. and Mrs.

David Cody, of 184 Bayswater avenue. Many Functions and Duties For New Bishop Before He Leaves for Victoria, B.C. wmfm HIS EXCELLENCY ARCHBISHOP J. G. FORBES, who officiated at the consecration of Rt.

Rev. John C. Cody, Bishop of Victoria, in a three-hour ceremony at the Basilica today. Family In Place of Honor Occupying a place of honor facing the stately main altar, where the mass of the consecration ceremony was celebrated, were Mr. and Mrs.

David Cody, parents of the young Bishop, and his brothers and sisters. Bishop Cody is the first native of Ottawa to be elevated to the episcopacy In the city of his birth and is the second native Otlawan ever to be honored by the church in being named bishop. The first native Ottawan to be named a bishop of the Catholic Church was Rt. Rev. Cuthbert Martin O'Gara, Vicar Apostolic of Hunan, China, who vzs consecrated in the Cathedral of St.

Joseph, Hankow, China, on Sunday, October, 28, 1934. Bishop O'Gara is a son of the late Martin O'Gara, Q.C., first police magistrate of Ottawa, and a brother of Miss Kathleen O'Gara, 65 Laurier avenue east. Ottawa Prelate Officiates i Archbishop Forbes, head of the Ottawa archdiocese from which Bishop Cody was called by the Holy Father to take over the bishopric of Victoria, presided at the consecration ceremony. Co-conse-crators, assisting Arch bishop Forbes, were Their Excellencies the Most Rev. William Duke, Archbishop of Vancouver and Metropolitan of the See of which Victoria diocese is a part, and the Rt.

Rev. Louis Rheaume, O.M.I., Bishop of Hailcybury and former rector of the University of Ottawa. The sermons for the ceremony vwere delivered by His Excellency Bishop John Thomas McNally of Hamilton, recently appointed to Halifax archdiocese, in, English, and Rev. Mgr. J.

H. Chartrand, vicar-general of Ottawa archdiocese. In French. For more than an hour prior to the opening of the consecration ceremony at 9.30 o'clock, meiA-. bers of the clergy were arriving at the Archbishop's Palace from where they proceeded to the basement chapel of the Basilica.

The procession, which according to the age-old ritual of the Catholic Church, always precedes the consecration of a bishop, formed up in the basement chapel and at the appointed hour proceeded to the main body of the church and through the main aisles to the sanctuary where the ceremony was performed. In the Procession The order of the procession was as is the custom for such occasions. The minor clergy led the cortege, followed by the canons, the monslgnlorl, the bishops and the archbishops. The consecrator and co-consecrators, together with the Bishop-elect, followed all other members of the clergy who were assisting at the ceremony. The Ceremony The Catholic Church has ordained that the ceremony of the consecration of a bishop shall fol low a specific liturgical ritual, every part of which has a symbolic meaning.

The first part of the ceremony, following the procession to the sanctuary, consisted of what is known as the preliminary examination of the elect. This first part included the form of ascertaining solemnly that the bishop-elect had the right to episcopal consecration; of receiving his oath of submission to the Holy See, the crnter of unity of the Catholic Church: and of in- quiring into ine ortnodoxy or his; faith. The bishop-elect also takes an nam, ine wording 01 wnien is parish priest of Caughnawaga, Rev. A. Hall and A.

Fleury, O.M.I., of the Holy Rosary Schol-asticate; Rev. P. Mann, Coniston, Rev. R. J.

Coyle, Morrlsburg, Rev. A. Lapointe, Marion-ville, Rev. J. R.

Gorman, Timmlns, Rev. J. J. Burke, Martindale, P.Q.; Rev. C.

Landry, Bourget, Rev. J. D. Purcell, Montreal; Rev. W.

T. McCauley, Fallowfleld, Rev. L. Clement, Vars, Rev. J.

H. Laniel, Alfred, Rev. E. Theriault, Buckingham, Rev. A.

K. McDonald, Renfrew, Rev. W. F. Tlerney, Osgoode, Rev.

J. H. Limoges, Aylmer, Rev. J. O.

Labelle, Ste. Rose de Lima, Rev. A. J. Gorman, Paken-ham, Rev.

R. Bissonnette, Sherbrooke, Rev. A. Rollin, Calumet, Rev. A.

Belanger, Billings Bridge; Rev. D. M. Williamson, Papineauville, Rev. Wilfrid Cadieux, Notre Dame de la Palx.

Rev. J. A. La- Following his consecration today as Bishop of Victoria, His Excellency the Rt. Rev.

John C. Cody will remain in Ottawa archdiocese until Easter Monday, March 29th, when he will leave by train for Victoria to assume his new duties there. Bishop Cody will arrive in the British Columbia capital on April 8th when his enthronement as Bishop of Victoria will take place. Between now and the date of his departure for the West, Bishop Cody will spend the time visiting the various parishes in the district. The first public reception for the new bishop was held at noon today at the Chateau when clergy and laity united to extend felicita tions and good wishes to one of Canada's youngest prelates.

This evening from four until seven o'clock there will be a public reception in honor of the new bishop at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Cody, 184 Bays-water avenue. The public is Invited to attend this function. Friday morning at eight o'clock, Bishop Cody will celebrate low mass in the Church of the Assumption, Eastview.

Saturday morning at eight o'clock Bishop Cody will celebrate low mass in the chapel of the Rideau street convent. Following the mass a reception in his honor will be held by the Rideau Street Convent Study Club, of which Bishop Cody was a lecturer. First Pontifical Mass. At 11 o'clock Sunday morning Bishop Cody will celebrate his first pontifical mass in his own parish, the Church of the Assumption, Eastview. Tills mass will be followed by an official reception in his honor, tendered by the parishioners.

Sunday evening. Bishop Cody goes to the parish of his birth, St. Mary's, where he will preside at solemn benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. On Tuesday. March 2nd, Bishop Cody will visit St.

Mary's parish, Almonte, where he will be honored by Rev. Father George O'Toole and his parishioners. On Sunday, March 7th, he will celebrate pontifical mass in Blessed Sacrament church and on Saturday, March 13th, will preside at his first ordination ceremony as a bishop at St. Alexandre College, Ironside, where he was a pupil before entering the Grand Seminary here. Bishop Cody is the first pupil of St.

Alexandre College to be elevated to the episcopacy. In the ordination ceremony he will elevate to the priesthood, Rev. Louis Soucy, C.S.Sp., who was ordained deacon by Archbishop Forbes on Feb. 20th at the Basilica. Following the ordination there will be a reception at which pupils and former pupils and members of the teaching staff will honor the young bishop.

Presentations will be made by the alumni and members of the 1917 Rhetoric FREE! Cody, parish priest of Assumption church, Eastview, as Bishop of Victoria, B.C., was announced from Rome on January 9. In his new office he succeeds Bishop McDonald, who has recently been transferred as bishop coadjutor, with right of succession, to Archbishop Henry Joseph O'Leary of Edmonton. Native, of the Capital city. Bishop Cody is one of the youngest bishops in Canada. He celebrated his 37th birthday on Dec.

17 last. News of his elevation was received with joy and sincere pleasure both by the clergy and laity in Ottawa and district. The new bishop is the second native-born Ottawan to have been raised to the bishopric, the other being Bishop Cuthbert Martin O'Gara, vicar apostolic of Hunan, China, a son of the late Martin O'Gara. K.C., for many years police magistrate of Ottawa. Noted as Orator Bishop Cody has specialized in the study of sacred liturgy and in sacred eloquence and became a noted pulpit orator.

He soon became known as an outstanding preacher and as such he travelled extensively throughout the diocese. Many a mission he preached, while at the same time looking after the spiritual and material welfare of his own flock. He has led an exceedingly active life, every moment of which was devoted to some good cause. Bishop Cody was born in St. Mary's parish, Ottawa, on December 16th, 1899, the son of David Cody and May Tunney.

His parents are now residing at 184 Bays-water avenue. His father, a former locomotive engineer, was superannuated a few years ago after 46 years' service the C.P.R. He belonged to a family of 11 children, 10 of whom are living. He has four sisters and five brothers, Mrs. H.

Perrin, of Osgoode; Mrs. Walter Doucet, of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Fred Ryan, of Ottawa; Miss Nora Cody, of St. Mary's Hospital, Detroit, Anthony, of the Labor Department; Joseph, of the pensions branch; George, of the British American Bank Note; Goldy at home: Kenneth, member of the R.CM.P. at Sydney, N.S.

Bishop Cody made his earlier studies at St. Malachy's and St. Mary's separate schools, and when St. Alexander's College, Ironside, P.Q., opened its doors in September, 1912, he became one of the first students of the insti tution. He continued his classical studies there under the direction of the Holy Ghost Fathers till 1918 when he entered the Sulpi-cian Seminary in Montreal to complete his philosophical course.

He passed his theological course under the supervision of the Oblate Fathers at the Ottawa Grand Seminary. Although several months under the canonical age he was ordained to the priest hood on May 26, 1923, by the late Archbishop Emard. He thus had the distinction of being the first boy reared in St. Mary's parish to be ordained to the At S.t. Patrick's Appointed as assistant to Rt.

Rev. Mgr. Fitzgerald, at St. Patrick's church in September, 1923, he at once became con spicuous for his success in dealing with inquirers into the Catholic faith. He was credited as having received into the Church more than one convert a month since his ordination.

Trained In sacred eloquence by the late Father Arthur Guertin, O.MI.. of the University of Ottawa, Father Cody soon became reputed as a pleasing and convincing speaker. At Normal School In 1924 he was appointed as Catholic catechetical Instructor at the Ottawa Normal School, which task he continued to perform for Gavo Knslisli Sermon ivniirvrv n-n McNALLY, recently ap- pointed to Halifax from the dio cese of Hamilton. I 4 rs MOST RF.V. IV.

M. Archbishop of Vancouver. DIKE, which he will require In his new position in the Catholic Church. Assistants to Consecrator. Archbishop Forbes' assistants were Mgr.

J. Charbonneau, V.G.. who acted as archpriest; Rt. Rev. Mgr.

T. P. Fay, parish priest of St. Brigid's, and Rev. Father J.

T. Brownrigg, parish priest of St. Mary's, as deacons of honor; Rev. Father Raymond Limoges, of the Ottawa Seminary, as deacon of office; Rev. Father J.

E. Brennan, parish priest at Richmond, as sub-deacon of office, and Rev. Father J. C. Tompkins, parish priest at Cantley, as sub-deacon of the cross.

Acting as chaplains for Archbishop Duke were Rev. Father A. Stanton, parish priest at Old Chelsea, and Rev. Father J. J.

Burke, curate at St. Patrick's. The chaplains for Bishop Rheaume were Rev. Father A. Lalonde, of the Ottawa Seminary, and Rev.

Father V. Croteau, parish priest at Treadwell, Ont. Bishop Cody's assistants were Rev. Father Francis Bradley, of the Ottawa University, and Rev. Father J.

B. Finn, curate of the Church of the Assumption, East-view. Attendants. Other attendants for the consecration included the following: crozier-bearer. Rev.

Father W. Sauve, chaplain of St. Vincent's Hospital; missal-bearer, Rev. Father Leo Blanchfield, of Blessed Sacrament church; acolytes, Rev. Father J.

M. Murray, of St. Pat rick's, and Rev. Father L. Reynolds, of St.

Mary's church. Two Seminarians acted as mitre-bearer and candlestick-bearer. Rev. Father Lucien Beaudoin, the Archbishop's secretary, and Rev. Father J.

Desjardins, of the Archbishop's Palace, were masters of ceremonies. Prelates Present. Included among the prelates and their representatives in attendance besides those already mentioned were Rt. Rev. J.

O. Plante, of Quebec, representing His Eminence Cardinal J. M. R. Villeneuve, O.M.I., Archbishop of Quebec; Their Excellencies Archbishop M.

J. O'Brien, of Kingston; Archbishop J. Monahan, of Re- Bute. u. ju.

in ni a Tl cl.r nf Mont Laurier; Bishop J. A. Lang- 0is of Valleyfieid; Bishop R. H. niennn nf Sanlh SfP Muhp- I bishop George Gauthier and Bishop A.

E. Deschamps of Mont- 'real; Mgr. A. P. Mahoney repre- SPnted BishoP J- T- Kiflc of Lon- Rpv FBth.r a v.

of St. Margaret Mary's parisli also director of the Seminary Students' Aid Society founded in 1915 by the late Rev: M. J. Whelan, and later secretary of the organization. Of Irish extraction, Bishop Cody has always been a close student of Irish events and he has been for a considerable time chap-Iain of Division No.

4 of the Ladles' Auxiliary, Ancient Order of Hibernians. He is likewise a member of the Bayswater Council, Knights of Columbus. In the history of St. Patrick's church, no one had enjoyed a longer term as curate and after the departure of Rev. Father Smith he had been for a number of years senior assistant to Mon-signor Fitzgerald.

After serving for a period of ten years as curate of St. Patrick's church. Father Cody became acting parish priest of St. Declan's church, Darling, Ont. Cantley and Eastview He was appointed parish priest of St.

Elizabeth's church, Cantley, P.Q., on August 5, 1933, by His Excellency Archbishop J. G. Forbes, in succession to the late Father Charles Francis Day who had been named pastor of Assumption church, Eastview. "Ptichnn Cnrtv was nnnnintpd nar- ish priest of Assumption church in the fall of 1934 and since that time had a most successful ministry. Several parochial or- Co-Conseorator HIS EXCELLENCY BISHOP LOUS RHEAUME, O.M.I., of Haileybury, former rector of University of.

Ottawa. ganizations have flourished under his pastorship. He increased to five the number of masses in order to accommodate the evergrowing parish. He also raised to five the number of weekly devotions in honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. These devotions, held every Wednesday, attracted a large number of faithful, not only from the parish but from all parts of the city and district.

Bishop Cody is chaplain of a very flourishing Holy Name Society, of the Ladies of St. Anne, of the Children of Mary, of the Knights, and Pages of the Blessed Sacranifnt. and of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, which he had founded shortly after his arrival in the parish. Alterations and improvements to the Assumption parish hall and to the church sacristy were made under his supervision.

He has likewise helped to found the new ly-opened Assumption school Catholic Action study clubs also received special attention from the Driest who was to become a bishop. Ever obliging and of kindly disposition he has endeared himself to every one of his parishioners and to a large circle of friends throughout the district. He is also well-liked among members of the clergy and all will rejoice at his elevation to the episcopacy. Kidnapping in Argentine BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 25.

Eugenlo Pereya Iraola, two-year-old son of a wealthy and socially prominent Argentine family who disappeared last night, is believed to have been kidnapped by gangsters, police disclosed today. MAIN HULL FIRE SALVAGE FOR SALE Mahniant Conntfr. Rate, Awnlng. A Kfal Bargain. At the premUrt.

or at our warrhnuic. M. PALMER and SON 220 Rt. Rrdrmptfiir, Hull. 5SS4 Class of the college, of whic Bishop Cody was vice-president Bishop Cody will visit parishes of Cantley, where he pastor prior to assuming his duti of parish priest at Eastview, an Quinnvllle on March 14th.

At St. Patrick's March 17. On St. Patrick's Day, March 1 Bishop Cody will celebrate pontif cal mass in St. Patrick's parisli where he was stationed for mart years as a curate after his ordina tion.

For many years past porl tlflcal mass has been celebrated St. Patrick's Church on St. Pa rick's Day by the Archbishop Ottawa, but this year Archbishd Forbes has relinquished th privilege to Bishop Cody so th: the parishioners who had receive! the young priest into their lives years ago immediately followirl his ordination, may honor him his new dignity. On Sunday, March 21st, Pal Sunday, Bishop Cody will ceiebra4 pontifical mass in St. Mary church and on Easter Sunday wil visit St.

Joseph's church. In each of the churches whe Bishop Cody will visit, arrangH ments have been made for recerl tions In his honor. The ne bishop also will visit practical! all the other English-speakirJ parishes In the archdiocese, bi the dates of his visits to then have not as yet been arranged. Seattle Seahawks Lose SEATTLE, Feb. 25.

Spokan Clippers jumped over Seattle Sea hawks into third place In th Pacific Coast Hockey League la. night by defeating Seahawks 6- Hal Picketts, Bill Hutton, Ro Moffatt, Walter Macartney an Aubrey Webster scored for Spoa ane and Hal Tabor for Seattle Vines Beats Perry VANCOUVER, Feb. 25. Ell: worth Vines of California, worl professional champion, defeat Fred Perry of England 6-8, 6 7-5 here last night in the 23r meeting of their continent-wid tour. Vines leads 12-11 matches won.

Our Town With all th! On weather some In Our Town who recall Winter of old aeem to believe, that fur, not helng an much In demand, muat ba cheaper In price. Well, aa over eighty per cent of the world a aupply of fur la told la farment of luxury, and as raw ur price are higher now than at any time In the lat nine year, It'a becauae people have more money to apend on luxuries and the fur bualnena la the flrat to feel the upward trend of higher prlcea. Next aeaaon you will pay considerably more. Why not buy now? Burkholder's Furs (Listen to our broadcast on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at 1 p.m.) CRCO. Fri.

Sat. Monday Shop Laurier general of St. Jean, Mgr. Brennan, rector of St. Augustine's Seminary, Toronto; Mgr.

O. E. Fitzgerald, of St. Patrick's parish; Mgr. D.

MacDonald, of 'Alexandria; Mgr. P. B. Biernacki, of Barry's Bay. Government and Laity The federal government was represented at the consecration by Hon.

Ernest Lapointe, minister of Justice. Other prominent laymen in attendance included Hon. S. F. Tolmie, M.P.

for Victoria; Senator J. Hughes; His Worship Mayor Stanley Lewis; Alfred Goulet, MP. for Russell; Judge E. J. Daly; Judge A.

Constantln-eau; Alderman A. A. Pinard; Mayor Donat Grandmaitre, of Eastview; P. D. McDonald, Gerald Sims, Dr.

J. P. Bonfield, E. C. Desormeaux, secretary-treasurer of the Separate School Board; John Gleeson, A.

M. Peters, E. P. Gleeson. W.

C. McEach-ern, Police Chief Richard Mannion of Eastview, W. J. Bambrick, Den nis Donovan, E. Garvey, Councillor S.

B. Withers of Eastview. A. Jette, of Montreal; Philip Phel-an, state deputy for Ontario, Knights of Columbus; V. McCarthy, chairman of the Separate School Board.

B.C. Minister Present Hon. John Hart, minister of finance in the British Columbia government, also was among the prominent laity attending the ceremony. Others present included William Burke, for 50 years a teacher in separate schools and former principal of St. Patrick's school; Fred H.

Honeywell, K.C., president and H. K. Carruthers. secretary, of the Ottawa Board of Trade; J. J.

McCann, M.P.; Paul Martin. M.P.; J. G. Turgeon, M.P.; William M. Ryan.

M.P.; P. A. Ro-bichaud, F. J. McDonald, separate school inspector; J.

Edward McVeigh, John J. Lyons; L. N. Poulin. Aid.

W. H. T. J. O'Neill, Dr.

E. B. Byrne, J. D. La rose.

Col. the Rev. R. H. Steacv.

rect of All Saints Anglican church, Westboro, also was among the guests seated in the reserved section of the church. There also were many representatives of the various religious orders, students of St. Patrick Collpge, Ottawa University, La Salle Academy and the various seminaries and scholastlcates in Ottawa and district. The Bishop's Family Occupying seats of honor were the new bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

David Cody, and his four sisters and five brothers, Mrs. H. Ryan, of Ottawa; Miss Nora Cody, of St. Mary Hospital. Detroit, Anthony, of the Labor De- partment: Joseph, of the Pensions Rnrh- r.nro th.

nrin.h American Bank Note; Goldy, at the R.C.M.P.. at Sydney, N.S. other relatives and guests of the family were also in attendance, including Mr. and Mrs. William Keilehcr, of Lowell, cousins of the new bishop.

Clergy Present Among other members of the were UbeaUi fhancrtlor 0, the diocese; Mgr. J. A. Myrand, parish priest of Ste. Anne's church; Mgr.

J. H. Touchette, Casselman. Rev. Canon G.

D. Prudhomme, parish priest of Blessed Sacrament; Rev. Canon J. O. Lalonde, parish priest of the Basilica: Rev.

Canon G. W. O'Toole, of Almonte; Rev. Canon J. E.

Sccours, diocesan bursar; Rev. Canon L. C. Raymond, parish priest of St, Joseph's, Wrightvllle; Rev. Canon J.

A. Carriere, parish priest of St. Redempteur, Hull; Rev. Canon Hector Yelle, of St. Andre Avelln; Rev.

Canon L. Archambault, of Gatineau Point. Very Rev. Gilles Marchand, O.M.I., provincial of the French-speaking Oblates; Very Rev. Joseph Scannell.

O.M.I., provincial of the English-speaking Oblates; Very Rev. Dr. Joseph Hebert. rector of the University of Ottawa; Very Rev. Paul Droesch, superior of St.

Alexander's Apostolic College, Ironside; Rev. E. M. Brennan, Toronto; Rev. L.

Gauchet, C.S.Sp., of St. Alexander's College; Rev. 0. Halpin, Sault Ste. Marie, Rev.

K. J. Kennedy, Rev. M. Luionce, La P.ci; Rev.

J. Ozcv, set forth in the Apostolic Man-) Bishop A. Forget of St. Jean, date by which the appointment Bishop A. O.

Comtois of was made. Xhrw Rlvprs; Bishop F. Carroll of Following these preliminaries, caltiary; Bishop M. M. Johnson, the mass of the consecration cere- 0f Nelson; Bishop J.

A. Papineau, mony begun, being simultaneously 0f joiiet te celebrated by the Archbishop .7. C. McOulgan of Archbishop Forbes, and Bishop-1 Toronto; Bishop Felix Couturier. Elect Cody, betokening the unity io.P.

of Alexandria; Bishop P. T. of their faith. The consecration Ryan of Ppmi)roke, and Bishop G. proper began Just prior to the Breynat, vicar apostolic to the 1 mM of Mackenzie, also were the con -lamonK the prelates seated in the flamme.

Sarsfield, Rev. A Routhier. Hammond, Rev. J. Brousseau, Grenville, Rev.

G. H. Gorman, Corkery, Rev. D. Rollin, Clarence Creek; Rev.

E. Bambrick, Fitzroy Harbor; Rev. A. G. Baker, Capreol, Rev.

A. Chenier. St. Albert, Rev. J.

A. Lombard, Masson, Rev. P. C. Harris, South March; Rev.

J. Cunningham, Farrellton, Rev? Dennis Finnegan, O.M.I.. Natural Bridge, N.Y.; Rev, J. Fallon. Toronto; Rev.

J. R. Smith, Metcalfe, Rev. Grenier, Deschenes, Rev. J.

G. Gauvreau. Boileau, Rev. O. Carriere, St.

Emile de Suffolk, Rev. J. Fuller, C.SS.R., To ronto; Rev. A. Bazinet, St.

Philippe d'Argenteuil; Rev. A. Belanger. Buckingham; Rev. R.

Morin, Orleans; Rev. A. Olivier, Westboro; Rev. R. M.

Clarke, Campbell's Bay: Rev. E. G. Bart-lett, Toronto; Rev. R.

Glaude, Gatineau Mills; Rev. C. Glaude, chaplain of the Ottawa General Hospital, Water street: Rev. P. M.

Germain, O.M.I., parish priest of Holy Family church: Rev. Gagnon, chaplain of St. Joseph's Orphanage; Rev. H. Legros.

of Hull; Rev. S. M. Cheli, S.M.M., vicar provincial of the Servitcs of Mary. Rev.

J. O. Dowd, parish priest of St. Theresa's, Ottawa: Rev. R.

Lamoureux, O.M.I.. principal of the University of Ottawa Normal School; Rev. D. Trudeau and Rev. S.

Grenon, of Ste. Anne's church; Rev. A. O'Neill, of St. Theresa's; Rev.

J. O'Neill, chaplain of the Friendship House; Rev. E. Klllian. OM parish priest of Canadian Martyrs' church; Rev.

L. P. Pel-letier, O.M.I., of the Sacred Heart Juniorate; Rev. M. O'Neill and Rev.

W. Nevlns, of St. George's, Ottawa West; Rev. A. Beland.

O.M.I., parish priest of Notre Dame church, Hull; Rev. L. Cos-tello and Rev. A. P.

Daley, of St. Brigid's; Rev. J. D. Rollin, Rev.

C. J. Cassidy, Rev. W. Radley of St.

Patrick's church; Rev. Ci. Larosc, of St. Theresa's; Rev. L.

Blanchfield and T. A. Kiggins, of Blessed Sacrament. Rev. H.

Workman, O.F.M., Ottawa. Rev. M. Raymond, Rev. L.

Routhier, Rev. V. Devy, S.M.M., Eastview; Rev. Euchariste, O. M.

superior of the Capuchins' monastery; Rev. E. Methot and Rev. A. Hebert, of the Ottawa Seminary.

Rev. Ernest Bechard, parish priest of Christ the King church: Rev. Father Joseph Hebert. of Sacred Heart hospital; Rev. W.

T. McCauley, of Fallowfleld; Rev. Frank Corkery. of South Gloucester; Rev. Leo Gratton, O.M.I.; Rev.

Henri St. Denis, O.M.I.; Rev. Jean Marie Bertsche, O.S.M.; Rev. Phil- t- -v a i ipue vj.o.Hii., iwv. Ducharme.

S.M.M.. parish priest of Notre Dame church. Eastview Rev. P. Jalbert, S.M.M.; Rev.

B. N. Gegejczuk, of St. John Baptist, Ukrainian church; Rev. James Sullivan, O.M.I..

and Rev. Father P. J. Phelan, O.M.I., of 8t. Joseph's church, Urge I'Ajiort Hoard WINNIPEG, Feb.

25. The Dominion government is urged to establish an export board to control and supervise export of poultry and eggs in a resolution adopted last night by the Manitoba Cooperative Poultry Marketing The new bishop was then invested Ith the crozler and rint. svmbn orace s-niwint i man nrirLJi atnr nn til Zl Cm? crator and the new biphop cele bratlng in unison at the same ai- Wthnn i.i. i. cloven hirh haH hn bS MchbLl rX nnly ThFsttm Then with the utmost mnn Bishop Codv was nn t.

episcopal seat while the "Te Deum," the hymn of thank salvinir. I 1 iryir.ii-m.ru unuisiiup n. ana rveiinem. memDer oi ONE 15c JAR PEANUT BUTTER With Each Purchase of HOT FRESH Ihc ROASTED PEANUTS 44C IDS 15e lb.) PLANTER'S EASTER BASKETS Bee theae delightful aater Baaketa 1 F. filled with chocolate coated peanuta.

Each 1UI was intoned. During the livmir Bishop Cody, accompanied bvui1, Knita.ies present, co-consecrators. Archbtohop Duke: 'f Umbp't0 Moraonl. Planter's Peanut 16514 Bank Street Near OLcaiy of Edmonton, while Rev. D.

Poulet. O.M.I., superior lof st- Scholasticate. Ot- 'aw East, represented Bishop uuy V.ro, J' D. Nepveu, of Valleyfieid; Mgr. A.

1 aninanti, representing Bisnop KUtlOli; Mgr. Coursolles, vlcar- IYcih 1ml in 1tmi4'Ii RT. REV. J. IIILAIRE CHART- AND, V.C., of Ottawa.

If' ft -a. 'Itil I l. IT TAKES MORE THAN A GOOD WATCH if you plan to be "On Time" for business and social engagements, meeting your friends, attend ing entertainments, and other occasions where you are expected to be on time. Our Street Cars and Buses follow a strict schedule, and provide frequent and regular service all day, every day. You can be "On Time" all the time, If you USE OUR STREET CARS AND BUSES and Bishop Rheaume.

oav. 1,1. blesslnir t.n the m.r,i fT l' i nivn HM II 1 was received by Archbishop Forbes to the kiss of peace, which concluded the sublime ceiemoiiv. Banquet at Chateau. Following the consecration Bishop Cody and invited guests, members of the clergy and laity, attended a banquet at the Chateau Laurier.

His Excellency Archbishop Forbes was toastmaster at this function where Bishop Codv was the recipient of messages of; felicitation and good wisius from' his many friends, both in the clergy and from among the Gifts to New Bishop. The gorgeous robes which tluv new bishop will wear as a member of the hierarchy, were mnde for him by Mrs. Julia Murphy, 663 Gllmour street, a member of si Patrick's where lie had served for many years ai curate. The crozler and bishop's ring, em-blems of his office, were girts from other friends who wish to remain anonymous. In fart, the many friends of the new bishop hsv pvn him scores of gifts, the niAjjprHi' of them being articles Any Day a Fish Day-Eat Fish for Health I7fh Floulidrri lb.

Markrrrt lb. Cod Filletl lb. ISc Hunan HjddlM lb. 15c Hahhul lb. Kippered Hrrrlnii Ih.

ISe Hllru of Snlci lb. 2c rillrli ot Pickerel lb. 32c llJddnck Ullrta lb. 20c Scallop lb. 3Se Shell flymen doi.

jiic Herring lb. Sc AIM) WhltcftMi. flrkerel. Trout, Smells. Smoked Filled, H'innlpet (ioldeyea, Salt Cod, Smoked licota, etc.

BIIINS FISH MARKET DmivrniES to ai.i. PAim or thb citv. Bv'jp arc Market. Phon R. Sldfl-nt.

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