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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH THE LET11BHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Col. Peck, V.C., Absolutely Refutes Sir Sam Hughes' Charges of Cambrai OTTAWA, March H.--Mr. MacKen- lie, lea Jo r nf Uiu typo-Iikm, asted1 wlion tliu governuHMil would ho in a (J give (he house ciMicerntiiK tlie inquiry into the Kim- met camp riot. Sir Thomas renlitil tliai lie had adviswj by ihc ovor- Keei thai a. board of inquiry hoM- iag u full As fotm as ihe report of ino board was received ii would bo coiumutitrated io llie house. In Uio meantime it was not possible to make any official stiuo- 11 on. Mr. HLirjrtiy askt-i if the gor- c-rtipicnr had any Information ct the rlotini al camp. Sir Thomas replied that there was 113 official in'pramion of any riot Sir Sam Hughes, Col. IVik wont on. hail talked of Sir Arthur paid that he licavy machine gun fire, ills mew eit-j irenched, anil, discussiiiE situi-j Tili'ft picture- tells Uie aiiiy of ;i lion Midi liis tttlcor-? and men, the') ni-irjotic young woman who fxcrtL'ti view was ( lhat Jhcy hor 10 the enter village at nigln drive j lot of 10 foment -'a oul-ihe Ccrmans as to have ficod Utrlkc. with enijnonl Tills i5 bllitis. vJe-.rof tije orders received, of lhc inoRt eaplivarint; bowever. In re-gard to ihU I (.Vcr haK com-se was not followed. is a' beautiful one. Xcxt day tlie ,'lrd c- 1st Canadian il. ihe grand old aticl. of is not a Hut a teaspoontn! 'of the powder or a cuuple of: five grain tablets taken in a little water ivhh Ihc .footl vt-ill tieutralizc ttic1 ex-, ress acidity whleh may UR present nnrt prevent Us furllicr formation. This removes the whole cause of tlie trou- Me and the weal dfgesU inlnrally nnrt healthfully without need of pepsin lulls'or artificial Cot ounces of DEsurated MaR- nesia from any reliable drnggial. Ask for cither p.wder or ll never conies as u liquid, milk or titrate and In Ihc bisarated form is not a laxa- live., Try "this plan anil eatL.vyV'jU rtvaiit at your tiexC "incar'atirt" if this ian'L Ihc T.-est.ativicc yon on "what (o ot the fighting :mrl {rest a rocoul feldo ik he have "beoa out tli5J5lnce the said Col. PtM-k, sitr.iU lanshter, in wbicti Sir Hughes himself joined. Qol. Feck jiroduced maps of tbs war scenes p.rouii'l Cam'urni lo illualraie its im- jiDrtau'ce. it not Hie population o' i'ain-j passed oni to achieved hrai llmt conatituled its value from a nt Hilary of view, fai'l Col. I'eek. It was inn relation of tho' town lo the wliote1 baldc front. Ii; was a great transportation centre. While ihe Hermans held the iownj and the country uronnd it, .they were in control of their, cannls and. could Elood certain areaa in sneli'a way O their positions. Jf ap- proached they could be moved back trom town, and the right flank would ifnperilled. The iinpoTtance of conlroilins Cam-j lirai was agreert upon by tlic Ilrllish gSneralF, ?ftid amliit..ivas] of great strategic value by the, Gcrmau general etafC. j and there arc many tcnso M'tnation "iviik'li the iu scene. It is filled anil will prove in ten esting to old and. Hennett iiy tine screen lihyers, clifef amon? is -Uel- rne .MacfJovv't'li, llio inter- ier of Sardou ffcliort. -Me- Kim. Douglas Maclean, Charles French nnd olbera. The.1 entire pro- gram is n ironi Flart to If) PALESTINE LONDONf March tion of immigration into Palestine to fifty thousand a year during the first perioi of development of the new'JeuMLsh commonwealth set up under British .hat been upon by the inter- "allijd Zionist'confertnce in Lon- don. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ALL COMEDY PROGRAM ENID BENNETT IN "THE VAMP" FIVE REELS, ALSO "Summer Girls" Two-reel S-nnett Comedy you know .-.vim "WID is? He is the Dunn's a ml I! r ad street's of tho film world, lie reviews .all ftatures anil gives uiv itide- criticism, llo soys "Thrj Vainii'1 is great. believn liini. Spring Ghautauqua System THREE GREAT EVENINGS___ NEXT 17TH BUCKNER'S FAMOUS JUBILEE SINGERS A RARE FEAST OF MtLODY APRIL 7TH The Castle Square MAY8TH The VARSITY SEXTETTE ALL HELD AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE SEASON TICKETS NOW SELLING AT HEOLEY DRUG CO__ PRICE M.50 FOR THE SEASON. Buy z Season Ticket How and have Uirea of the beat evenTng'jv cltin tnterUmment you ever had. SINGLE TICKETS FOR EACH 5INOLE ATTRACTION, 14.00 BUCKNER'S JUBILEE SINGERS COMING TO MAJESTIC AS ST. PATRICK'S DAY FEATURE only a days before tho big oiu'ning, ticlio's uir tho! uiiis spTing syctem arc i Dorothy In "The tnlK-af the.Town" at the tcmiihffttr the tlmt. Inside Facts for the Ford Owner Tlic abuse'la wliicli the bearings of tlic Ford Motor tnV Jucleil wboii1 overhauled fcy thft average garafie la Ktlling to be well known. Hours arc sjicnl scraping btiritigs linnd by Incompetent use cijbery anything lo gci Rood fitting hearings when Hie job Is. completed. Aa fi reauH msny 'owners find their motor poumllng shortly after it has hecn Tn coonftciton with our Poltcy of L "Lasting Service" we hiive a llUnSISd.imil RUN'Sl-VG-iN' Maclilie wlilc'h cllrolnale.i nearine Trouble anil Hlg Allor run In tills nwchinfcit is one; N'o' bit labor Mil for Frrapini; liearinjs no knockln? Ti'c (no only shop In np-to-dttc Kndno can Rive neaiinif sycli .Com in witch It work f, yii HhA torn motor FORD GARAGE M. E, Mltbaeh, C. C. "1232 March in tbe investigation of traffic ip- civil service exaomiatinn papers ivcrc promised yesterday when lion. Wm. J. Rotiic. service com- missioner, staler! thai the com mission s not satisfied wiili the of the case a'gainsL Achillos'Hobert, who was fined arter plending guiltjr to procuring antl selling such documents. Mr. ItochD said the commission in connection wil'n the Dominion Police ivouM continue to eiv Ure traffic in examination pnpera. Ilochc continued: have dc- oitied in future that appear- ing Tor examination shall not only fur- nish us'Tvilh Fanijilc.s cf liand.-.wnti but also a photograph -anil protect iho government and -public ag- ainst in tliese cxamiua- tiotis. Ancient Order of Fojesters DANCE Sixth ot a Scries In the K. of P. Hall TONIGHT Dancing front 9.00 lilt Music Supplied Miss Arnold's Orchestra. SOUTH AFRICAN BOSSES FROM 'FLU .Iu intrVduc'hig the Healtli Bill in the House of fifr Thomas Acling Prime Minister, gave sonic-, iritcrcsting statistics, niiring Trtriotl'bf the 1 war Uwf total losses on service wcrfl Kuropeans and "coloured'1 'antl natives. In two months .-the in- tliicnza curried off Kur- nnrt "coloured'1 and natives, Moreover, tlie cpItlemtV, so far as Kuropenns were coneerncd, at- not the old or Ihc weak, but Uic micUUe-aged nnd the strong. CZECHS OCCUPY POLIShf TERRITORY Marcli stanilinjf lhc rcrineat of Ihe Inler-nlUv" flic Czechs have, refused lo evafinato part, of Uie rrgton near Ycschcii whlcli they recently occupied tnd tli'c Pltnajion socms to, he dcHcalc FS a rc.3tijl of :nc of by Uia CzeVlK. "11 is ssiW thai the PoIieJj wJacn (hfre.are out of iforl ihroughouL the OF BARCELONA BY REQUEST THE J. O. C. CLASS OF KNOX CHURCH Are entertainment again Aunt Rag Carpet- ing Bte" On Saturday Erening At 8.30 Cecil fanning AMERICA'S GREATEST BARITONE, IN SONG RECITAL KNOX CHURCH MONDAY, March TickcU May be obtalneJ from any member cf Knox Choir COLONIAL TONIGHT and Saturday Douglas Fairbanks IN "HIS PICTURE IN THE PAPERS" This is greatest play, fn it you will gasp when you see him in the BIG AUTOMO- BILE WRECK, thrill when you see him FIGHT WITH A PROFESSIONAL PUGILIST, cheer when you witch him BATTLE A DOZEN HUSKY NEGRO PORTERS AT ATLANTIC CITY, and simply yell when you see him throwa from a MviBf tram, imp u liner, and do a variety of other Don't it No note m pncw. Ako "THE LURE OF THE CIRCUS" Awl L-KO Special Matinee Saturday for Children. T F H P RES Q of theTown' I ALSO .LATEST PHOTO GAZETTE AND, HUSMIE MAC IN A Z REEL. TONIGHT LAST TIME SCREAM Here tomorrow: Scandal Moniers, a I.ois Weber >nd rtiilHps (lUCliOR COMING THE TREMENDOUS ALL BRITISH FEATURE COMING MON.-TUES. "INSIDE THE LINES' Scnor Mon- d govninor vh'frfi thftro bus been con- fr.lcrniite (rouble liUfly lo Ihe slrlkw nnd colonial leilallm, YOU WILL THRILL OVER THIS STARRING TWO FAMOUS STAGE CELEBRITIES Lewis S, Stone and lariurite TAKEN EARL DER B1GGERS' GREAT STAGE SUCCESS the Llnei" ii a pity you will Intrigue, Germin'Kullur, Teuton und >rt in this sensational picture. Never btYert hM been mads la diiclote to fully Intlde worklnjj of the Imperlil inrtt etrvlce, it, It's the of the MONDAY AND COLONIAL IT'S AN EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION ;