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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 The Herald's Page of 1 Live Local. News DAILY News Where To Find It TM'nsiMV, JULY 10, SKVEN GREAT PROGRAM BEING ARRANGED FOR PEACE DAY IDEBYPRGWAL Answers Interview Girair liy Attorney General Boyle in Edmonton Paner MAKES STINGING CHARGES 1 AGAINST A. P. p. FOR'CE Once more I be efficiency uf the l.ctnbrldgo clly polico has been veiled Inlo question. CrilielEm or tbe force bj prorlncli] official i, has called forth. tie following from Mayor liar- condiiloua that ths Qlly hod to work under to onforca (be especially the liquor Acl. Tbc Citr bf Lolhbrldge Is bard op and lias difficulty ID pay In 5 honest deb La and not gel coney to tmrd In janlntMlntng A largo polite force, but it ivJMlQg to main- lain an efdcluu force Id do reason- able duly towards cltitens. It has, always done so. But (he t Prorlnclftl Government grant ticeneae.i lo "tvkal are nothing more or loss thaii gambling tho so-called clu'us of Lethbrldge. What other Cily In the world has a HdmoDtori Hullelln pi (lie Mb lailanl thtre In v.-faat purports to be an iDUrviow R. Doyle tbe Attwney-Gonoral for Ihls province, ll fi iucb an er- :atlc and thai I Inclined, to Iblnk the hos licensed j i to each (housied diuwu on v.orde inlo Mr. Boyle's did not ntter. Imaglnallon and puL inuih thai lie ol tho populailon? The ouly way to keep tab 011 these places Ic ty "stool plficoua" and to be candid I do, not Mtc that of humanity, but irould UHC ihcoi if competed' to do eo (f reliable ones were to, be tad, Tlio Provincial Police, tlie AUorncy- Genernl says, have made a great clean up because Ifae City police would not, However, it Is tlie warding of tho jjuiportcd interview lnz.1 1 most deal '-rtilli. Ji gaya "PcrslFtcnL had beou coming In lo 111 a 'Department :ii to the In efficiency cf the Police Force pr Lelfcbridgf! for a consider- able length of llmu and the Depart- mint endeavored kc get the City Auth. or lite i to' take -active 'to cfean up the city, without results'' 1 UVa .exception lo tilt lyords oui- lloed and make reply lliat tliere Is not 'a atnglq line lo llie City Council individually on record to the Provincial approached the tllr, auLU- tirllleB with re-specl lo a clean-up buL Ihere 'are several letters on record from the Clly .'iiroleatiag Ibe he bad npl'1 there u( lue fines and all would Lave gone tbe Province. Aa iu erer-vlblng ihc ProTlnce rrabs all every ource of easy taxation mid leaves .liu whole burden uri our >cEtizeii tai payers already liunJentd iu death. K tbe Provincial Cuveruiaeat will famish ihe. stool tilgcous the CUv j Police will do tht balance cl the work or if will elre ihe Oily tlie linos A K. J. He-Jiwau. I.. lull rurnlSh (he picooDS W. j_ Campbell. IV. M: Kellv, lLo Clly u-lll Viy them r MaSBey and II. Maiuiwu are coiupuasaiwa or ibe imft] soldiers who' arrived on Ihc (bat the I'rovinclal Govercmenl pays. Olympic. Other tfauihem AlbtrUns The CovcrumcDt oven refused us tlio u_ RuweUi Vdn. control over lioot-lcegiUR ton; Major n- Lvoil ciaresholm; G. Anderson NoWeforri; J. Flowers, Beaver Mines; W. II. Hudson. Hay- niutiJ; A. M. Johiibiuue. Stirling; G. FV Myers. Sevea Persons; A. Robin- son, Coalhursl; A. Thompson, tails ami other automobiles wltLIn ho City limils. Tht Council adopted a conscientious sehemo of ihe minimum of toleration under rigid toolral. This, tlie Oov- eramenl broke up ami scAllerod vrom- tu of eajy Tiriue all over toWn -even furnish telephones aealuaL the .prolesL Tlie Pnm'acial Police Force on whicb have been, in this city, mtu lhat were guiUy of boot-legslng. lin- only aolc to pay now about 65 ppr ccnl ot tlie anuual levy, ihc Cily lake care of gambling, violation of the liquor Act and Immorality in a manner Ibot will meet the ap- 1 of the .vael majority ol our morality and practically gun men, have dono everything possible to dis-, credit (his City's force clIuenB, and saliBfy even The Attorney have been doing fplcndldly humaoo who tlocs not seem to tavor policing to the skllafacUoi. of 75 per, cent of the people'of tliu city except-' Ing in ihe very things tint the Pro- vincial (iorernruenl. are responsible [or and In the policing ot which they Yours truly, W. D. b. Hardle. The ailtele In the Edmonton Dulle- might liave been SQOTP piquancy lo his but he GO as not say It v.-aa by a newly catabHfllietl squad made possible by legislation :iL Uie Taet seistoa qf.the Leffitature. Reform thai a stool irigeou oil a liiuor rase was illegal or at Ipasl amenable io puQlEumont (or himself vlolatiug the Inw7 lu order to get evidence. The Provincial fiovernoicfent must have spcct a great many dotlHrs for atool pigeons to get The evidence, b-jl it collects the fines and' reimburses Itself. If the city could gel (he stool pigeons, which it cannot, it could not afford them because Ml it had been able to make n similar raid as tlul just made by the ProTiucial Police it 'would uoL have got one cent oub Bbould cither do It themselves or help to Which the Mayor refers is PIS kibe Clly Police instead of creating: follows; .'The Hon. J. 11. Boyle lold the MulLc- II'D, Friday..that itrJils tic- partoient havt Just made a round-up ppen eores and afterwards exposing blaming the clly, U.Vroulil not be wrong to BANK CLEARINGS Bauk clearings Tor I'JE week endiut today were as JS3Q.UV1 for the VOITCF- pondins week a year ago. MAKE ROADS FOR SOLDIER SETTLERS PHAIRIK RIVER, SasV., Julv The Saskatchewan provincial govern- meDt has commenced on the Porcupine roads for ihc soldier set- Engiueer Dill, wlih ihrcc other provincial engineers, arrived here yes- terday to begin const rue tioti or the road from Prairie River to the Cop- eaus, the road work beinfi ID charge of Engineer 'Gray. Tho Jteel for (he bridge Is reported to be on the ivay Lere and road gangs arc being started Immediately. Special Train Trom is lieiiig Con- Kid ered nore, re policing, lhat before Mr. ot' uireudeis neaiiial ihu liquor ncL Boyle looks [or a mole in tile eye of I Gambling rtcns anil disorderly the City of l.eihbrldge lie had better'houses in of Lcthbridsc. Per- remore (he ueam from die Provincial steLcnl coiiiylaluU Lad been coming in Government's eye, ,V, department lo ilia incHl- i niiiiai asK'you lo giro me space to clciicy of the police force In Lclli- so iiilo ail ot tbe pity's i bridge for a considerable Icngtli of difficulties in uRdcnvorhiE to do good time and- the department endeavored police work--hunrauG and get the city aullianties (o lake why it may have falleii in somo! active intaEures to clnan up the city but in conclusion wnnl to Ihut iwillidut resuHs. A thorough in- say if the Provincial Police will work.I vestigallpn was' then made by plain in iruc liarmouy with UJc Clly I'oHcc'i clothes men "and U was discovered itrere cause for complaint; j (tint, conditions' In: ihc clly of or if the Province ivill give Us proper I bridge were worse tlint ivlnl bail been conlrol and'the fines in, support the i reported to the department and It. staff reoulred, without throwing the! was, (lecideil, Uicreforc, to undertake extra burden on the rate nayers who! an ecllvc to clean up Ibe city and expose', the conditions lo the public. The department employed u number'- of pja'lu clothe.i men, who have been in for several- and -bavlDg obtained complete evidence tbq po- lice were inslfupled on June lITth to njafce ratds; 'ilic ncctssary warrants bavins'' heen previously Issued, with the result tliat' CO arrests were made in two gambling bouses and 12 of the leading bootleggers of the clly were strreste'd: besides some arrests in dis- ortleily'hpuEcS Where liquor was being sold. A-number of parties "neve plead- Tbe Mayor's office in Uie riiy hall was filled night with representative gathering lo arrange details Jn lo tbe progrum for tho celebration of Peace Day on July 13lh. Tho Arrangements were prac- tically left In Ihc of the veter- ans in carry out the A religious service, as at ar- ranged, Le ht-iij In llic ground ol Mr. Pollni-d, C.I'.R. rhologvuph erf.' Obtains Views For Ihe Presentation Album Mr. Pollard, photographer Tor C.lMl. Department ol Natural the ed guilty before-the police magistrate i sources, was in the clly on und ilie trials of the rest of them arp j day aud took I wo views of Gall liar lafvicg place ilils-ireeh- S. .J. Siien-l dens, a vjer.- of Fifth'street looking barrister al has been i north from the Alexandra hotel, and employed .as special prosecutor in j a view o[ the city from ilin root of the Consumers' Hardware.. These pictures, with those from oilier parts of tlie Dominion, arc lo be these The Attorney Gciiera] explained tliat it was .nor possible, for the provin- cial government lo duplicate the po- lice force in suy clly; each city is ex- pected ;to main Lain sufficient police forct- to deforce the laws within its oivn borders, aud Jicep n city clean and orderly. He now hopes Lliat llio' ;cUy uf will sec to it that itc pollcjfe 'Is reorganized so as lo become an elllcirnl force. lu an album >o be present oil LU the Prince of Wales visits Can- ada. Mr. Pollard slated that uf .a coin- oany of toi land" buyers broLJglil'iii from Seattle lo view the section In Hroolvs, the Irrlentloi) of ivhicb vElt be completed next year, each one pur- chasdd land. tbe Mounttfd Police LarrackF, :he df- UJlB lo Le left with HIP ministerial asaCH'iation with Rev. Capt. Deuoou t balrmao. All the merchants are to bei aaked TO supply for the monger parade anil the labor aud oilier organ- izations and EoctaUef in ihc city fill lake pan In ibe tame. .A lag day of three hours in Ilio morning of .Saturday (lie 15tb u'hl be hold under ihe auspices of the Neii-of- Kin, who will lie aided by the various women's orgaiiisallons in the city. Thij press asked lo cor duct a iinpulpn for urging all cillieni to dec- orate (Ueir homes for HIP occasion. Tho etoiefl And public oC ihe city will be asked to ilo the saoie. itrB. on belmif of the Girls" Auxiliary of tbe I, O. U. E. slated that Ihe jum of (lOO has bceu set apart by lhat budy as a donation Lo the funds for the repairs etc., lo the veterans' club. This Las been arranged, in view oF the fatt that many of the members or Iho reorganization ivill he airay at the 11 cue will ue held and so ulllMiot he able lo help in Hie same. The proceeds of the lag day will be donated, for tlift same pose. Mr. Dong on lichilf of the locnl promised even- aisistanct lu scroll Ihe financial funds for the vet- erans1 club for which" the proceeds of the various functions to tic held _ Luces and Insertiona, per yard 5c A big lot o( Torchon Vldglngj nnd luierllora Ironi r !i In 1 Inches ivlde; values up lo ICc; Sale 3C Swist and Nainsook Embroideries, 9c ,tj 500 yards on to 4 Inches rXfuo n up lo IScV'rill'Clo'an Swetp prlco per yard "C A Sale Rompers at 50c All. also. slrlpM and-chccks; regular. 75c Prt. lines; deatlne thcb'i uut al each Georgette at X wliolc.Ublc of choice OenrBOllc Walsls In phudes of rose, rnalzc snd peach; all ropreienleri; vnlncs uri'lo AA 'choice OfF.TO A GOOD START. THEOPENING A HUMMER, BIG'CROWDS OF SAT1S- FIED CUSTOMERS ALL DELIGHTED WITH THE QUALITY OF MER- THERE'S NO RESERVE." YOU SAVE'ON EVERYTHING :v.' v' A Save Money at the Hosiery and Cfean-Sweep of Ladies', Ready- Glove Ladies'Silk Hosiery for 93c rctiiiar' shaded leather, sky, black atid wbitc. .Ladies'Silk Hosiery at 6Sc Regular 90c colorft fawn, clinmpaKne, tail.Jimli'lacK: I.. i...........'-.: DOC Ladiet' Cotton Garter Top Hose Black only, seamless wi'.lj double litcl and.toe; i nn Kcommentlod (or iisrd wear; clca'u Sweep, 3 pair Child's Cutee Stockings rlna rlblidd scmnlcsa In .white anil black only sizes 4'i 10 rCGiilnr ode aiftl GOc; Sala.price..... dVL Silk Hosiery for Ladles' (Inc Silk Hlocklnja; Jloharch brainls; all aizeiiv rciirCsentcd in Ilic lol colors nav'yi 1 AA brown.! nnd while; July Clenn Sweep Sala'prjcc l.UU Ladies' Pure Silk'Gloves clnips at. wrist v double ,1 1 Q tip lingers; rcsuliir 51.60; Snlo Price 'lilIF i Ladies' Chamois Suede Gloves for All sizes in shades al Brer, broiyn, .wlillr ?nrl black; regular fi.Wi .1 Aft A Clean Sweerir P" .1 to- Wear Serge Suits at a discount of 25 Silk Suits at a discount of Cloth and Tweed Coats a U discount of Silk and Serge Dresses at a discount of... 20 1 ANOTHER LOT OF PQPLIN SKIRTS Silk I'oplin Skirts C'oiienbagcn, C CO grey, lirown and Hack; Oil Balo.ij, csch........... Serge and Velour Skirts at a discount of Wool Knit Sweaters and Pullover less. 15% Ladies' Underskirts and Kimonas less... 15% 'V ANY.BLOUSE Iff THE STORE (Jcorgslic, trope, Ilabull or" Yftlle, Eclllng al n discount of IB per cCni.. Wonicn's Kitclicn Drcsaca lafilllng at n discount 2i) per cenT. BOYS' COHQNr SWEATERS 59c Navy ot .While, all.-sizes; rrijalBi1 prlco T5c. REMNANTSi-jREMNANTfe! Knda of glngliaras.-musllni; -Voiles, Bhccilncs, cottons, "linens, silks, rt'ool rircss goMi cotton sliirtlnEf. curtain nets and strjni, In fuel, short ends of every kind s61linE al1 almost half (liUr vifutt t Money Savers, from Men and Boys' Department YOU SHOULD' BUY FREELY AT THESE: PRICES. WHY PAY MORE? j Boys', Free-Neck or Sport Shirts Fancy 12% to 1 1 C Clean Sweep Sale Trite Gents'Fine Silk Shirts Kincsl wnslinblc'Gliks'iii'slripea or iilalu; all C OC sizes, values 'up' Ib" Sweep Sale( Price.. JttiJ Boys'.Summer Underwear Sliirls and rtraivcra. flue balliriSEnu; sizes 22 lo rn 52; rug. v.ilue 65c; Sale Price per Boys' Everwear Shirts Made from.khaki drill, iasl color, double slllclled -1 CQ roomy and kinj selling at......... 1 J J Boys'Hard Wearing Shirts: Made trorn 'plain blue and khaki drill and denim: sizes to QRr Clean Svceii JPU Gents' Cotton Yarn Half Hose In nalural.color. sizes, medlura AA Sale price 3 pair for All the Boys' SuiU, Top Coats and Bloomers are in this sale at a'discount bf 10 ptr cent. You can buy a big; toys' suit as low as A 'Sale of Wash- able Dress Materials and Suitings IS INCH NEAR LINEN rose, green, CopcnnageD and brown; our regular .75c Ijne- Clean Sweep Sale pof JUC 28 INCH PURE WHITE qualily, soft finish, small or' irierllnm cord; rcsular. 65c and 4Af uualily; a (Jlean .Sweep per jarrt 1aC INCH PUnE LINEN SUITING-CblOrB aaild and Co- licnhngcn blue, 'rcguljr jl'.aQ 1 1 P Clefln CLEARING ALL THE FANCY big range of clioiccsl find colorings, spots and checks, Hgh7, medfiim aml.iiark' shades; Clean Sween Sale price, per yard O3C 40 INCH.PL'AIN range of choice color's in this fine' p'tln cotton voile, bur rcgillrtr price wftg CQW 75c; life Clean stacofrSnle prift'e.pcr yanl Is......... .CLEAN SALE OF FINE DRESS All our finest-Scotch 'ionnyr ginghams thai sold al Cft- and ICc al per yn'rd wVV Girb' Gingham Dresses. per ccnl off all snrl muslin dressca; sizes 4 lo U a ;