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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f WEONESDADY,, MARCH 13, 1918 THE LETHBRinGK DAILY HKIiALO PAGE FIVE ubles of Prov. Police Are Aired In Legislature 4* (Special to the Homli!) KOmonton, Mar. HI.-On November 2Sth, �Supt. McDonnell of the provinc-Jul police forco -wrote the provincial lioliee coiumiIhhIoil. oalling for the resignation of assistant Supt. Nicholson beeiume of "want of co-operation*' an 1)� was noL given tho support which he, Hhotild have in the position ho occupies." Thin Ih lunl, denying' tho right ol! (bo superintendent or the hoard "to auk.for my resignation, which is practically a. dismissal without cause being given." He reminds the board ^hat on the last occasion ho had appeared before It, "You Htated that my work was perfectly satisfactory to you," and he adds that "at no time since have I received any complaint from you or the slight-cat hint that my work was in any way unsatisfactory " "J have at no time been accorded the treatment/' the letter continues, "which you, the superintendent should have given your * assistants. I have not had your confidence. From the beginning of your appointment you have acted in such a manner as to make my position as useless a one fis possible/' "Being determined to oust me from the force without cause," the commission continues, "I realize that one of us must go, and as you have not, seen fit. to do so I will In that spirit of loyalty which I have always had to the government send in my resignation, which I hereby do.'' Regrets to Retire In a letter of December 10, Mr. Nicholson says, "I regret exceedingly that I Iiave been forced to i*etire from the position or any other police work in which I have always taken great pride and given my best efforts to at all times." He declares the superintendent's statement that he did not have cordial cooperation from him" is falfto and unfounded and cannot be substantiated by him." in his letter to Deputy Attorney Oeneral Downing, secretary of the police'board, after th*e questions had been asked in the house, Superintendent McDonnell says, "You will remera* ber that soon after the organization of yfe.force, iWr. Nicholson vertyilly tendered his resignation. He was fold there was no hurry that he could have a couple of months to look around." He was then given inspection duty, tho letter states, and subsequently asked for his resignation. "His resignation was desired on the grounds of want of cordial cooperation according to paragraph 23 of the regulations." Inspector Resigns Correspondence has also been produced regarding the resignation of Inspector Schurer from which it appears that the superintendent following a'communication from the deputy attorney general complained of not sufficient activity, in regard to prosecution under the liquor act. His resignation was asked because the superintendent informed the board he had not received "tho cordial support from you which was due from an inspector of the force." Mr. Sciiurer's letters disclose that. connection with the enforcement of the liquor act Mr. Schurer states that when he first took charge he was informed by the superintendent that the city police were charged with tho enforcement ol! tho liquor act in Edmonton . Sometime later he stated he had received.instructions from tho superintendent that, action would be taken by the provincial police �within the city. He states that, where there was evidence there were convictions and that he had acted in all cases where informations were reported. During the month of October he states his detectives were employed in criminal work and could not be engaged in liquor investigations. Superintendent McDonnell in one of his letters to the ex-inspector, hud complained that there had only been three cases between September'29th and November 1st. Thot letters disclose other matters of difference in the regard to police work between the superintendent and the late superintendent. ADDITIONAL SPORT BATTLE IS HOPE OF New York Wants to Pull it Off Somewhere Near the Big Burg BATTLE ture this afternoon by Mr. Gariopy. he had tendered his resignation in j Tb* t-lX 8aie will be upon property Fairmont, Minn., Mar. 13.-Nonpartisan League leaders and Martin County officials drew their forces into battle lines today preparatory to court clashes which have been set for tomorrow. As a precautionary measure, although it, is reclared that no trouble is expected, ten extra deputies were sworn in today and will, remain on duty Thursday when the sedlt 'on chorees against A. C. Townley, president, and Joseph Gilbert, managev of the league, come up in court. Fred Harding, St. Paul newspaper man, arrested last night on perjury charges, was indicted today by the grand jury on that charge -which is based on a statement which he is alleged to" have made, quoting Deputy Sheriff Roepke, as saying the grand jury probably would indict Townley and Gilbert. He was released on ball and will appear tomorrow. New York, .War. 11.-Sentiment in boxing circles all over the country favors a meeting between Fred Ful-lon and Jack Dempsey before either tackles Jess Willard' for the title. A matclt\betwoou the two contenders is so obviously the logicat solution of the present situation that every unprejudiced observer is rooting for the men to get together. Promoters are wracking their brains to hit upon a place near New York to pull off this event, which promises to be the best heavyweight fight since Hortou law days. For years the heavyweight class has been the object of ridicule. Jeffries, Johnson and later "VVillard were regarded as supreme so far as the white heavyweight contenders .were concerned, and the latter wore looked upon as jokes. In talking of great fights ring followers always went back to the old days. Tho exnlos*on of gasoline at the Spring Coulee- hotel on Monday morning which severely burned Mrs. Louisa Ami Spansfiold Schofield, who was lighting the fire at Ihf time, using gafiolfne in mistake for kerosene, resulted fatally when the victim succumbed at noon to-day to ho.r injuries Mrs. Sehofield had been rushed to the hospital here by train on Monday morning after the explns'nn, but in spUo of all that could N' dono for her the burns were too serious. The deceased lady was 4G yearn of a*e. The funeral will be held on Thursday'afternoon at 1.30 at St. Augustin's church, interment in St. Augustin's cemetery, Rev. Murrell-Wright officiating. "Save Food and Win The War THURS Gold Bar Raisins, 15 or. size. OA Thursday, 2 for ........................ �jUC Goodwllllcs' Rtd Raspberries, in glass. f* Thursday ... ......................... �iOC Kelloggs' Toasted Rice Flakes. 9C*� Thursday, 2 for ....................... inDC 2 lb. tins C. & S. Coffee, Af Thursday, 2 lbs, for.................... */JC East India -Relish, per bottle. QC*% Thursday ............................. ODC iiY SPECIALS Tumbler's Chow Chow and Sour Pickles, Thursday .................... ....... /Uts C Moore House Salr^d Dressing, per bottle. -j Ql . Thursday-..................... ........ lt/C Kellogg's Krumbles, per packet. 1 i Thursday .............................. ! A C Tins Blueberries. *)(\ Thursday ............................,, &Hss Phyllis Neilson- j Look back at vour childhood days. Terry at the Majestic theatre om Sat- j Remember the "dose" mother insisted urday next, March 1G. who will appear j on__caator oif calomel, cathartics. taken the stand that Dempsey must first go.and Ket a reputation before talking fight to him, but if Dempsey defeats Miske decisively, Fulton will have to come down from his high horse. KAUFF ORDERED TO REPORT Giant Star Will Be Examined for ^ Army March 14. Miss Neilson-Terry is a jbrime favorite with Canadian playgoers and it is woll known that she is a worthy representative of one of the most famous theatrical families/of England. She is the daughter of Fred Terry and Julia XeilsomTerry and niece of Ellen Terry and very early in her stage career |of luothers -keep this harmless "fruit i she became leading lady for Sir Her- j laxattve" handy; they know children you bated them, how you fought against taking them. With our, children it* different, Mothers who cling to the rid form of physic simply don't realize what they do. The children's revolt is well founded. Their tender little "iusides" are injured by them. . - If your child's .* .omach,v liver and* bowels need cleansing, give only delicious "California Syrup of Figs." Us action is positive, but gentle. Millions The Rise of Susan A high class society drama. Also brand new Fox Comedy, "His Aerial Joy Ride." Two acts of laughter. Friday and Saturday Norma Talmadge in TAKE EVIDENCE IN WEST BY COMMISSION -- , Ottawa, Mar. 13t!-The board of inquiry which is bearing colmplaints with regard to the treatment of soldiers returning to Canada on board transports probably will conclude its sittings in the capital on next Saturday. By that time it is expected that a largo number of witnesses will have been heard and a great deal of evidence taken. * It was stated at the militia department this morning that the court would in all probability not n/oceed west of London, Ont. Evidence, how-cvorv will be taken throughout the west by commissioners. However, so far as local boxing fans arc concerned 1 ho best battle ground would be (n Newark or any one of the Jersey towns, Aid if Governor Edge signs the boxing bill the promoters of that state will be able to fetaTt with a. battle that will not only make ring history, but will be a highly profitable one as well. Judging by the recent statements emanating from Willard and Fulton, there will be no further eliminating done before the two get into the ring together. But such procedure would .be so contrary to the wishes'of ring followers tnat there Is little reason to think that Willard will be so foolish as to consent to fight Fulton until New York, Mar. 12.-Benny Kauff, center fielder of the New York National league baseball club and former all round star of the. Federal league, received notice today to report to his local, draft board in Nov: York city on March It for examination. Kauff expected to leave here with the club on Monday. The loss of Kauff would severely cripple the pennant chances of the New York team. bert Beerbohn Tree, with whom she played for several seasons in Shakes pearian repertoire. AT THE EMPRESS Man, since his creation has been a victim of circumstance. Few there are who do not feeUthexnselves peculiarly features in life% great drama-"The Evolution of Things." From the earliest days to the present time the visualization of almost any human experience would give us a love to take it; that it never fails to ; clean the liver and bowels and sweet- 1 en the stomach, and that a teaspoonful given today saves a sicly child to- I morrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has'full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grdwn-ups plainly on each bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold -here. See that it is made Ijy "California Fig Syrup Company/' Refuse any other kind with 'contempt.- Devil The \ s Needle HORNSBY DEMANDS $8400 , The Si;. Louis Cardinal club offered Roger Hornsby $5400, which is $1400 more than he drew down in 1917, and ! It also was pointed out to him that; under the new plan of division of world's series receipts he might net, several hundred dollars moro, giving j Dempsey has been put out of the ran- j him practically a 50 per cent increase J ning. It should not matter much to ' in pay, but Hornsby answered back I Willard which one of the two. he that he must have $8400 or nothing, i meets. The result of the bout between Hornsby and his club are thus $3000 .the challengers is bound to be prof it- apart, which means arbitration and able to the champion. But if Dempsey compromise for about $6500. MAJESTIC THEATRE English . EASTER MONDAY & TUESDAY 1918 MARCH 1918 SUN. MON. TUES. WED. >  THV. FRI. 1 SAT.1 o .3 4 \ I 5 6 �7 1 8 9 � 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17' 18 19 20. 21 22 r 23 24' 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 You're In a Hurry! You want that particular job out right away. You want it nicely printed and you want it ft i If you would be thoroughly satisfied to take it to a printing house that has a reputation for reliability and good work. r F H We believe in doing work promptly and a little better than seems neceSsarv. A ff SPECIAL ATTRACTION (FOR CHARITY) His Excellency The Governor A DELIGHTFUL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS WILL BE PRESENTED BY MR. RICHARD HINCKS AND PARTY Popular Prices ..,.............75c, 50c, 25c Seats may be reserved at Theatre Box Office in exchange for tickets which are now on sale by members of the Company, Box Office open for this purpose Saturday, March 30th. Ill a jestic r ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday March The Di�tinguishe