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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta as. K LKTJiiwinr.K DAILY PAGE SEVEN- i (or his tliird trip bach'to Ihu luieJ, but instead (ho fighting was aud fie. McUulIougu was able lu homo on ono o( the first boots. Wasn't Aware That Canadians Were in the Amiens Sector at Heginning of Offensive "I tlilnk August Sill was he great- est day the Canadians ever clper- leiu-ed In I'-raucc or said I'lii. Hoh llcCullougti of Iho Highland- tills morning In telling u! some uf tlio experiences over there. "That, was iIm day we kicked oi( with tlie srcat offensive which was really Iho eliirt or I'YHz-' downfall. didn't Know we were anywhere near the Armona Kocloi1, and we took him so comjiliilely surprise that wo Just walked along all through the day. We had imperials on III" right and n mixed piiiUiou wllh French was also in our neighborhood, and alto- gflhcr a pleasant tlmo was hau." I'tc, MijCiilloUBh was first wounded Ihe.batllc ot Passrhendaele over a year ago and escaped winter In the liuiihps as a result. Alter sii inonlhs iii the hospital and convales- cent camps' he went back to Franco this sprljig. reJoinlDB his old null, tho t'inl Cameronn. AH during May tin! June, ivheii Heinle was making forward strides at great loss to him- self, the 3rd Canadian Division along with the SlBl Imperials and two or Ihrco oilier British divisions were do- ing special drill for open warfare and aKo I pldluB themselves in readiness an attack from the lluus in tho vicinity of tho I-abassee canal. Then came August 8, when everything i cbauged and Ileinin began. lo get what was coming to him. After tlio Amiens battlcj Ihe was shifted 4 rpplcllj lo the Arras sector, where i egalu the Huns were caught unawares i and another great victory followed, t rte McCulloiigh received a bullet swound through tho thigh Jii ibis en- and was sflnt.hacVto Ktlg- U the lime tlio nrmistico was i d signed his was at Seaford In a con- :ent camp, and was" about'ready Hallway men hero declare that lh spending money very free- ly. -He had left the Italian at o'clock and gone back to ihe point on liis business of investigation, lit said he himself knew of Ihe charco against the accused, tint Ritchie dmn t mow. He didn't know ofiiclally that lie city police wanted Ritchie. In- spector Jlundy had later informed the he liad been sent down from r-.clnum- lon lo do special invesllgation work, and lhat he had visited seven houses the red light district, but had never taken a drink. The court then commlt'.od iiitchle for trial, and bail was fixed at tlQ.'JOO. Ritchie is being held in the A.P.P. cells today, and it is understood that TO MOTHERS! Learn to give Iwmless Cascatets to your cross, sick, bilious, constipated pets and save coaxing, worry and money. Children love this candy cathartic.' Nothing else cleanses" the little liver and bowels so effectively. Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contains direc- tions for dosage for children aged one year old and upwards.. ILC tumuu> and Mr. Hincks, in which they under lake to wiite a ulay. This is chiefly dialogue that Is rich in comeily aud was presented splendidly. The heavy piece of the evening was a pathetic little playlet which portrays a situation between :i bachelor who is on his uppers, anri a slavey in the house. These were well acted by Mrs. A. E. Snow and Mi- Frank Waddinglon. Mrs. Snow who had tbe chief part lo cnacl, portrayed her role with great appreciation of tho fiftoV situations while Mr. >Vaddington showed that he was eti- ally capable in tragedy as well as omedy. During the evening music was tur- ished by an orchestra comprised o[ Irs Wnddington, Ralph and Geoff. Vaddington, Mri George Kernm ami 1r Geo Porter. Great amusement vas furnished by Mr. McAlptn dis- guised as an Italian orclieihu vbo supplied rich comedy between tho playlets. The long waits between Ibo clly police that the A.l'.l'. could pro- duce Ritchie. When.Ritchie was lold lhe A.P.P. will coiilinne tlie po- lice investigation which wss post- poned until after the preliminary hearing. future. ASK W1L30N TO MEDIATE ROME, Dtc. ti, the papal under-secretary o< state, asked President to "mediato with a flew to settling the yaticw situation" during the iotsrview in Paris, according to newspapers here. GRAY-DORT GARAGE ACETYLENE WELDING SPRINGS WELDED GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION LETHBRIDGE General Automobile Repairing and Batteries Repaired and Recharged jlays which were evident last mgbl will be eliminated tonight. L t All work under the expert management and supervision of George Lawford Decently foreman of Graham Motor Co, THERE WILL BE A Meeting all Veterans OF THE GREAT WAR HELD AT THE CLUB ROOMS Sunday Afternoon THE 29TH1NST. i Business of great importance is to be transacted and it is essential that all Veterans should be present. MEETING TO COMMENCE AT 3.00 O'CLOCK KING CALLS ON WILSON LONDON, Dec. George called at President, Wilson's apart rnenli at 10 o'clock this mornins ani. wished the president many liappy re turns of lhe day. H. was Prcsiden Wilson's birthday, his 62nd. THREE STARS IN "VENGEANCE" Three big stars are seen in the new World- Picture, which on Monday will be shown at the Colonial Theatre. These stars are Mon- tagu Love, Barbara Castleton and Madge Evans and each of thwe stars has a big, interest- ing role. The story told in "Vengeance" is one of the j most unusual and interesting which has ever been given to, the screen. It is a tale of India and London, and it is filled to the brim with'surprises and thrills. The mariner in which "The Swami" has been stag- ed will prove to be a delight! to every movie fan. 1 Order. They are payable everywher Economize! USE Satisfaction Guaranteed om Dutch Cleanser ALLEN JACK Opposite Iittl for cleaning and Tinware Graniteware Woodwork Oilcloth Linoleum Enamelled Sinks and Bath Tubs Cutlery Refrigerators Better and cheaser tbua Soap. EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIO FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN IN- SURES CAHEFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. The McLean Transfer NEW YEAR'S TERM OPENS MONDAY, JANUARY 6th DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8tK St. South Lethbridge Office Phone: 1315 Residence: 1531 A. M. Fisher, Principal Write for Free Catalogue or Gregg TYPEWRITING, SPELLING, ENGLISH, BOOKKEEPING, ARITHMETIC, WRITING, BUSINESS LETTERWRITING OFFICE ROUTINE ;