Airangements were maae Dy tne merabers of St. Thomas parish for a "bee," Wednesday morning, to break ground for a new building; to be put up just north of the present school bnilding. Not many wer& present to work the first day, there being but two teams and a dozen volunteers on hand, Dut the work was started and will now be rushed along. The building to be put up will be in the shape of a hall, 47 by 110 f eet, and wil! be used for a church during the time that a new church edifice is being built. After that time the intention is to use it for a hall for exhibitions and entertainments. D. J. Koss drew the plans for the hall and is to superintend its construction. The building will be plain and substantial and will cost about $5,000 complete.