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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DKOKMHKK I01R nn mm n PAGE SEVEN LO FRITZ KNEW for his third trip back to thu hul Instead HIP flRMtliiR flnppiii and McCHilloiiRli WHO able I homo on one of thfi Aware That Were in he Sector a Heginning of Offensive Iliink August Slh wis ho Brent ilny HIM exper ienced In Knincn nr unll llol MrrnlloiiRh f Highland ers lliiM mnrnliiK In telling of nome nf lhe experiences over wax tin day we Iclrkml off the offensive which waH really UIB nf KvlU Fritz were anywhere near the Amiiimi and wo took lilm BO rcunpletoiy hy aiirprlHn wo Just walked along all through the hud imporlals on right and n mixed platoon with Froncli WHS also in our and ulto golher pleasant lime Ilc McCnlloiiKli was first wounded of Iassrhemlaelc over it year ago and escaped winter In tho iviMHhcs as a After six months in hospital and convales onl eamps he back to Franco this rejoining his old Hie 4 Urc All during May IIIH when Heinle was making forward strides at groat loss to him tho 3rd Canadian Division along with the Imperials and two or tliruo other British divisions were do lug special drill for open warfare and also holding themselvpti in readiness for an attack from the Huns in tho vicinity of tho Labassee Thou came August when everything changed and Helnio began to get what was coming to After tho ft Amiens battle the was shifted rapidly to the Arras where Sf again the Huns were caught unawares and another victory McCullough received a bullet wound through tho thigh n this en gagement and was back to Eng tlie the armistice was signed ho was Seafonl in a con valescent and was about ready AMATEUR PUYS BY LOCAL AR1ISIS UP FOR TRIAL AND A GREAT SUCCESS BIG BAIL FIXED mill INWESTTHISYEAR Railway men here declare Hint tho west need have no fear whatever of a famine this aa their reports are to the that rally every Manitoba and Saskatcho wan is well stocked with Tim large Blocks laid In during tho summertogether with the fairly mild weather which has nrevaHed over the whole of tho prairie provinces during the winter to has put tho wont in good as far as fuel needs are This to 1e borne out by the fact some of the mines in this province already complaining of luck of The Canada West mine at Taber is saort of orders this while the while complaining of a shortage are known to be ready to book any number owlero for enrly de At the same time the Oalt mines here have greatly increased their and since the wane of the flu epidemic are turning out more coal daily than tliey have done at any lime throughout the The other mines in the immediate Loth brklge district are also raising all they can get men to and getting a ready market for the again proving that Lethbridge coal has es tablished the beat reputation in the Saskatchewan and Manitoba After a fierce fight 1n a haymow the Woodstock police arrested Fred and later got Clor man in the same both being and suspected of recent rob Four Playlets Furnish Plenty of Comedy and a Little of Tragedy One of the best veningf of enifr laintnenl which has been as far as amateur entertainment is con for some considerable was enjoyed last evening al the Ma les ic when local amateurs put on four playlets in support of the tobacco fund of the soldiers The theatre was half and no doubt the audience would have been consider ably larger bud there not been on flirting The playlets will he repeated this when it Is hop ed that a larger house will KrotV Hie Perhaps the plays of the evening were The Changeling and Tho Playgoers which provided heaps of comedy of a superior quality Ritchie on Stand De nies Police men for Too Richiel of Die A T was committed for trial cm Kriuay eve ning by PnnnefHiher nftnr an ailday preliminary on a charge of having robbd with violence from him the of Richie admitted lo ball in the sum of At tlie afternoon fision of MIM pre liniinary hearing ycIcnlny Iietccilve Krai of Ibe city force wast tlm first lie told of the warrant ho of searchinK the letters room ai tlie LethbridRe We Buy and Sell Dominion and Provincial Government Municipal Public Utility and Industrial Correspondence DOMINION SECURITIES CORPORATION T MrtMTRPAl F A Morrow J VV Motgfnt Andiion F Pretidet VicePreiWcm Aist Treis J6 HEAD OPflCS KING STREET EAST TORONTO MONTREAL BRANCH Cintdi Lcfr BtciMini R McMHcpr LONDON BRANCH 6 Austin P r c a r t A L t afl Illllllllllllll IHIIIIIM1III iifiaDB or n andVve plenty of opportunity for proving po where be found the accused H and other police impedimenta which gavp him I he idea thai Ricbiel belonged to tho Renlvtd That when our tongues turn breath stomach sour and bowels consti that our mothers give us the nice candy and not nasty castor mineral calomel or Cascarets work without griping and never hurt us Cost only 10 KIDS INDKtWION MEETING TO MOTHERS Learn to give harmless Cascarets to your sick constipated pets and save worry and Children love this candy Nothing else cleanses the little liver and bowels so Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contains direo tions for dosage for children aged one year old and versatility of thono in the I he Changeling is of Jacobs inimitable comedlen of domestic Alfred Henshaw who is engaged in the old game of trying to deceive his was played admirably by while Henshaw wag well portrayed by whose versatility on the stage permits his adoption of a female role with per fect Alfred Hie other role in the was presented by Matthews with considerable abil The Playgoers another domestic comedy in which the master and mistress of the house undertake to display kindness to their staff of servants by sending them all to the The ensuing entanglement finally In the servants leaving the services of the The master is portrayed by Richard tlie mistress by the cook by Mr R the kitchen maul hy Master the parlor maid by Miss the housemaid by the useful maid by K the Odd Man by Frank All of these roles were portrayed in splendid style and the piece went over with more than an ticipated All of these play ers displayed real and the aud ience was delighted with thuir The Collaborators was another lit tle comedy portrayed by Ritchie and in which they under take to wiuto a This is chiefly dialogue that is rich in comedy and presented The heavy piece of the evening was Cinders a pathetic little playlet which portrays a situation between i bachelor who is on bis and a slavey in the These were well acted by Snow and Frank Snow who had the chief part to portrayed her role with great appreciation of the frnSV situations while Vaddington showed that he was eq ually capable in tragedy as well na During the evening music was tur nished by an orchestra comprised of Ralph and Geoff George Kemm and Mr Geo Great amusement was furnished by McAlpin dis guised as an Italian orchestra who supplied rich comedy between the The long waits between the plays which were evident last will be eliminated of the against him 1m ex pressed complete Delectivr Slaley of the A was called and said be had Identified Hi j KUII taken hy lie city frnii Hid Wallis alau pave evi1 Ritdiies denco ot a similar and toldj The casic was then adjonnnMl tjl of searching the ground where the 17 oclock in HIM evening to illow supposed holdup took i brinsinB ot Curly anolliir Mr pltbosn at Federal witneHs for tin who told of Avians arrival at failed lo appear in the SM during the Ho did not appear owing to and phoned for tho police after hearing i was produced Avians A foreigner who was oveniiii present at the time of Avians arrij evidence or the defence was nf val also similar Charles Doe and of the city garbage gave evidence of seeing a man running up the coulee the morning of the They picked him up and brought him uptown until they mot the Arnold of was called by counsel for the H said the ac cuseds proper name was He know he was in city until noon of the lie had heard something about a charge Ritchie before that and went out to a restaurant to see tlie ac had told him he had been to the point with an Italian who bad been spending money very free lie had left the Italian at Z oclock and gone uack to the point on his lousiness of said he himself knew of tlie chargo against the hut Ritchie didnt He didnt know officially that the city police wanted In spector Mundy had later informed the city police that the could pro duce When Ritchie was told fered by Constables lelkev rind Brumpton of the Cbinanuin t was also called who had been expect ed to give evidence that was in his bavins breakfast ut il oclock in the iiit the Oriental declared lie had not Ritchie until the afternoon or hinisolr then took the stand and made pnijtically an absolute denial of all the evidence adduced by the He said lie had been sent down from hdmon against lo special investigation and that he had visited seven bouses in the red light but bad never taken a The court then Ritchie for and hail Tas fixed at Ritchie is being held in the cells and it is understood that ELECTRIC POWER New Properties Being Develop Prospects Bright Development of two of thi they to secure electric power for cut of the LAthbrldgrf Coal told The Herald Ibis morn ing that if electric power could secured I he company would endeavor to hring its output up to do tons and Federals are also known to lie striving for Hamilton is today surveying n line for the power line between city i power plant and tlie Coal j and an of the cost of tlie line will then Tie i in addition to the electric power line the Lethbridge Coal are en Tavlor and Hill mine north of Hi of coal properties in the askI ing for power supplies for the work1 ing of tho Both these con cerns are developing rapidly and would be tniuh more were the will now continue tlie po lice investigation which was post poned until after the preliminary ASK WILSON TO MEDIATE the papal unrternecreUry ot asked President Wilson to mediate with a view to settling the situation during the interview in according to newspapers GRAYDORT GARAGE ACETYLENE WELDING SPRINGS WELDED GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION LETHBR1DGE THERE WILL BE A Meeting of all Veterans OF THE GREAT WAR HELD AT THE CLUB ROOMS KING CALLS ON WILSON George called at President Wilsons iipart monts at 10 oclock this morning and wished the president many happy re turns of the It was President Wilsons his Sunday Afternoon THE Business of great importance is to be transacted and it is essential that all Veterans should be MEETING TO COMMENCE AT OCLOCK SHARP THREE STARS IN VENGEANCE Three big stars are seen in the new World which on Monday will be shown at the Colonial These stars are Mon tagu Barbara Castleton and Madge Evans and each of these stars has a interest ing The story told in Vengeance is one of the most unusual and interesting which has ever been given to the It is a tale of India and and it is filled to the brim withsurprises and The manner in which The Swami has been stag ed will prove to be a delight to every movie Economize USE Old Dutch Cleanser for cleaning and Tinware Graniteware Woodwork Oilcloth Linoleum Enamelled Sinks and Bath Tubs Cutlery Refrigerators Better and cheaper than General Automobile Repairing and Batteries Repaired and Recharged Satisfaction Guaranteed AIL work under the expert management and supervision of George Law ford t ecently foreman of Graham Motor Phones 1544 and 559 ALLEN JACK 409 2nd Opposite Letbbridie I Send a Dominion Express Money j They are EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIO FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN IN SURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARBINQ OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR CHARGES The McLean Transfer 313 SIXTH STtET PHONE 1097 NEW YEARS TERM OPENS JANUARY 6th DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL inn IHIII GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th South Lethbridge Office Phone 1315 Residence 1 531 Principal Write for Free Catalogue inn or Gregg BUSINESS LETTERWR1TING OFFICE ROUTINE ;