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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of I_______ Local News __il Xctbbdfege Derate All The Local New. il Where You Expect It I 1'lllDAY, DKCKMUKH 5. 191U LETUB1UDGE, ALBERTA. REV. CANON MURRELL-WRIOHT ot Hit Alburla Hospitals Association. Kundiun Thursdnv Nighl C'apl. Hughson Undo Chief Address A bauquul that will nudg'liiu hls- In the local atiualP ot llie lirelli- of ibu square and cinnpai--.so.-i was Hie Masonic biiuciuiU hclJ on Thurs- day night al the Masonic lull in Ibo Dominion building.' The banquet was :i Jfliiit mcclins he-livec-n N'orlh Star No. A. and Lodge, in honor of the brethren who enlisted for service In the Great There iverc sumo Ti'O uho dat down lo the hnnq.uc-1. and. in addition to tho exceptionally interesting and snap- py speeches made, the proceedings were enlivened by contributions from the musical members oi the emit. AmDiigeL Ihc gnceU present was Ilro: J. E. Ilughson, to whom It fell to make the principal speech ol the evening. In Ihls ho (javo ftii address brimful of interest and full of appeal in its emphasizing of those ideals vrhtch were enunciated in the war. With apt illustrations, he referred to llio services of tlie boys at tho front, pointing out thai tho experiences they 1 have gone through tnul Ihe Ideals' willi which they were Imbued, in the contending for the tunic, should re- flect for all tlniD in the future des- tinies of the Dominion'. Tlier'o was a j health, at rdni.oiiLon this week urging Capt. Hughson Speaks Tonight, Wesley Church Rev. Capt. Hughion reached the city yciterday afternoon anct lec- tures tonight In Wesley church on "Ort Ihc Heol of the Hun." The lecture will be liberally. Illustrat- ed with lantern vlcwi. Brly.-Oeii. Stewart will CopL Hughcon was with army during the last rtiget of the war. and was with the army of occupation in "Hb lecture is bound lo be Interesting and profitable. Herald's Christmas Cheer Fund [CHOKE cHEiinv CASK i rp ADJOURNED TO NEXT u'lsEKl I i M Hut is Later .Caught Himself WLni i< kimwn as the choke rLi-rry i us-; cuino up bsl'irc ihc vi-x-iaJ police court oa Thurydiy inrefl weeks till Chrijl- roon. appeared the Oood Fullows o[ Lciii- on un adjouruc'l SUUIUUJRS for b'rldeo reaJlic Ibis? know ihaMin po? session ol a -.va-li suiipble Tor jwhen they do ih-sy will rcaliTf. ion. jiln.- nv.imifactiirr: uf li'inur :i Deputation Waifs on.Hon. A. G. McKay and Discusses Hos- pital Matters KCT. C.inon Murrell-WrigM was a member of a deputation thai walled upon llou, A. G. McKay, minister of lot of rccouslrucliou to be done, andlbtsgcr grants for hospitals. if tLu men who were on service ill! H is understood that, while the war the ?auie BplrlL behind il as they did hi "the mastery of the common llien, iTie success of the rccrjnsiruction policies 'was assured. TLero was the spirit of comradeship which was accentuated al the front and which called' Tor a "carry 1101 only in the. Interests ol the vet- erans (or iliojsc Tfho were left behind anil .who nldcd .tho hoys in their endoavprd. They were the ideals lhat. those who held them fell in sus- Were to bu cherish- ed and su-sUlned. There, was no more pa'Jietic said r.Mr. HnghEon, than1 when he-left If ranee t with tbe incinory of tbodc white crosses denot- ing, tlie fact lhat hnivc Cana- dians "Vcrc lell behind never lo come bath to thoir native shores. Fiilure Development- Or. iJughgon referred to the chants IhiU had, been vrpuglu in the city and Inn 'district since sixteen 'years ago when he lirsi came tn Lclliliridge. fn Llio.city at thai-time there were, only about six buildings' Ihiit could boast of Iwo storeys, but (leyelopmeiUMiad progressed, rapidly uol only' in .Ihe cdyjnil within "oO miles of a radius in wbich thcrft was only (be prairie. 5lr. Hugheon referred la the future of the Dominion and tbe great path' il would Irc.id in the neii 25 year's, ivhlclv if carefully followed would lead Mo nncli 'greatness in tbe cxlent of. the Dominion nnd its sources, lie foresaw not only great agricultural 'development but _ rtcttlapriiciiU and" lie fully sensed the meaning of. this in wlinl he had seen hi 'Great Urilain in Ibe presence and juxlanoslUon of grcal con! anil iron areas. 'What had been achieved there was possible here, am depended on the spirit, the energy, mnl Ihc co-operation-of-the people of (.'snada, with special responsibility on those who had seen service for her In ihc war. Toast LiBl Tliosc -wbosfi names were on Ihe '.oast lidl Jlycd nil lo the spjril of Ihe Cdtlierlngv iiirt llieif remarks-- loudly applauded. The was as fdl- lowfi: "Tito King and followed by "God J5avc llic "The Grand IxHlge cj AlhortH." U. Vf.' Hro. H. U. lloyl and Uro. Kent; "The Sub- ordinate Dro. McccK, Dro. J. J. 'Honored 13ro. I.. Mn- KcnZlc, llro.'J. K. llnghson, 11. W. Urn. J 3 Stewart, Uro. A. II, Denaon, Jll. I3ro. Ix-ecli. Hro. A. McN'ally, Uro. liotldy "Our- Vlsilius W. Hro. L-'red Hick. SOOKS rendered by Bro. Chria Olbson, Ilro.-Thoniphon, Tiro. B. Haze; Urt. KctlerlJV'anil AV. WARNING ABOUT USING' COAL OIL TO START FlftK l'ie minister made them no promises, he nlhnated that the policy of tbo gov- crnmcnl would he lo practically make any additional grants, earned grants, much along tbo lines upon ivhlch ad lltional grants have been made iu the education department. deputation parUciihrl" request ed lhat the grant, by Ihe province, of twenty-five cents per day per patient should be Increased. There did nol np- icar lo be any difference of opinion iclwcen deputation and tlio min- ster "lhat such graut is an earned fnint. uml lltal if Ihe finances of Ihc province allowed, il, it should be ii Tim deputation aEfted Hmt, along Uio line of earned grants, the province might well make a grant of say 5100 for every nurse Mint has bec-n Kradualcd from any trainlug school in Ibe proviucc. The of the ol Ibe-wage or salaries of llienursc-In- training was discussed. -The mii'.is'.er expressed, the. opiilion tliaL if hospital authorHlc-s ivoro a caTuftil nbt to make a chanvoman of tlie nurses in training she entered, the Mon of her--nages rturirig the years OL irlial is practically an apprenticeship could easily be arranged. 11 must not be forgotten, -however, that during her three years' course she is b: trained for a yrorcsslon. Edifice For Restaurant and Rooming House A, line addition to the subaiKiillal juildings of Ihc city is the brick res- .aurant and rooming IIOUEC now near- ing completion ou 2nd Avc. .S, This ia the result of Iho enterprise of Ou Lung, and the work of tlic builders and contractors, Realty and Perry, ol this city. Tho ucw building adjoins the store or K-woug1 Lung and Co., and'is of solid and attractive appearance. The froul is of pressed brick Illuminated by plate glass frontage, There arc two spacious rooms cti Ihe lirst. floor, Lu uc usci] as A restaurant, and eleven rooms on Ihe second floor for room- The or placing faiih in rlieuiLCs tendered t-uangers LroURlit to light In lite court ou uhtMi, tindrr InfornialU'ii luiil hy 1'aul Viagnc- bin. of "h-? city, J. M. tlato '.vas given three nttniilis in the pro- IYJIU-U! Jail for false jirticui-es. j Tbi- uccueeJ caiac- LU the store of jihe infoi'mani on XOVOIU'ILT 17th and julttaineil frbm'hlin -jn Klpin a Kvalch chain, a lioiiiij. a sold neck- laca ECI vltli pearls, and sonic- cash. For these Lo tendered two clieyuci payable al the Talier branch of live Canadian Rani: or Commerce. The of .Ihe amount of llic two cbeque.s was and they werii isiint'd J. M. Gate and represented to be O.K. by the tenderer. Ono of the was for 5G1.75, dated Xov. Slh, and ihc other for dated Nov. 10th. The cheques were not actual- ly presented, the complainant got in communication with ihc bank main at Taber over the phone, and was told that Iherc was no such name as J. M. Gate the bank's cus- tomers. He ivas advised that the Vieques be paid in, wilh the result that they were found worthless. The a'ccuscd was arrested ou the train at Coleinan, on Dec..ard, and it is presumed thai be is the man want- ed Cor three cases of forgeries that, have occurred nt Taber, where he was taken this afternoon lo stand trial, lie had previously been serring one i Jiniurssii'ti un (his fund Ihal il into the Ihrty figure' ClitSS. Investigation tho siun HmJ llu- Sulviiluiri Army lias prov- ed tbai there ;im miuiy liunirs iu Ih'1 cily where the lirciidis inner been taken and where time isu'i nnith loft for the oravu liULc inollicr, alter ffdlng and t'loiliiug tirr liroud, to hjK-inl in buying Ihe tilings llinl go with Sun-ly LoihbridRe j.s not going lo allow gluorn lo rcigu In Ibese hoinea on day when should hi' in orJcr. Tim fund Isn't growing very mniil- y :is yet. But it has A start and we know Ihe Good will do llic rest. How about by Saturday niglil? The fund now .stands: Previously acknowledged .51--00 Inland I U-venue AV.-T. In Ih': abiTiKT-or" J. r.< ff.l for Mi" Inland win. l.nil with iliu lu Tliiirsdxy TIOT! P. liniy i-, for Jninicson Will lice .Sepiir.ttcly, l.allcr in Mr. I'oiinsl's Office iuiv been some changes iri l elides tluring the LIVED ON POTATOES AND FROZEN CABBAGE CLAIMS DESTITUTION IS The firm i A.l'.l'.. who bus bei' district and iiive.-lifi.Hiti, is not !fo nnuli doMi ihaugln. li] ttu- uh oni a ye me ins i ot of I lit CM made with liic1 sovpriiiiicnt for the supply of provisions, the bei-n caii- ccllcd by ilios'j for whom they were ordc-rcil bpfoni any dnlivery was made, fii lhat they had found work ou llic roads arid in other places willi good Jlr. retains I in the Kmpri-ss block occupied Hie lorumr Jinn. ilr. Jauiicsou has Ihe equipment of ihc of- fices :uii] tho BOW! will of Mr. V PiupLL anit will by Mm witb oflkea In Iho Union Hank bullil In IT, as occupied by Mr. I'oapst. iltsi-oluLIou of tbc (inn of Hogg and Jaitiieson becomes effective tomorrow Mr. Poapit, as already intimalcd the Herald, is retiring from; the prac Ucc of kuv lo engage iu nrjnufactur ing al Kock Quebec. ng piirjujses. The rooms, parlicular- ly on Lhu firsl Iloor, are distinguished by the height of the ceilings wbkli on this floor are metallic. Them 13 a fine maple wood floor and a cement basement. The vrhole building meas- ures 25 (eet by HO feet and udda con- sEJerdbly to.Uiu appaarance of Ihe Tbe ceilings arrt J.1 feet in height on tlie lower.floor and' uine feel in Ihe upper. The material used lias been .well selected and tbc builders hava spared no pains to inahc JC the liuildjng conform to the purposes; I required. The plastering ing nu, antl the whole work is ex- lected to bo completed in about two veeks. TLc cleciric ari-angemenla arc in he hiinds of Ihc Hoy Electric Co.; .he plumbing is