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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r WEDXESDiVD\^^aiARCH \% 1018 ,rTHE LETUBntnOE DAlLTr llEKALD PAGE FIVE' 1 oilifes of Prov. Police Are Aired In Legislature ' -v, ^_-^ (Spoolal Jo the jroiiild) . Edmonton, ^fnr. W.^On Novombor 88lh, Supt. MoDonnell o( tlje provincial police iforoB nvrota tlio provincial jiollca cominf8fllo;is^^aninir (of tltc res-ighiitlon of nsBlatant Supt. Nicholson l)ocauHo ot "want of coroporatlon" a� lio was not glvou tho Bupport which l>o should havo in the poaltloh he occupies." TlilB la dlsBlosofl in tho cor-rettpoiidcnoo whiali^naa been,laid on tKo table ot the leglBlatur^. Tbo next day the assistant aup�rlntetidetit was asked by the board to-design, s Dn Uocember Ist Mr.', Nicholson. ro' liHod, (1 ' -  - ---------- . , denying tho right olttho superintendent or the board "to aslcjor my I'osignatlon, whicli is practloally a dlsmlsBal iiylthout cause being given." }le reminds the board ^hat on (he last occasion )io had appeared hcfttre it, "VoH stated that my work was perfectly satlsfastory to you," and ho adds that "at no time since have I received ViWi complaint from you or the slightest bint that my work was in any way unsatisfactory." * "I have at no time been accorded the treatment," the letter continues, "which you, the superintendent should have given your ' assislants. I have not had your confidence. Fi'pm the lipylnnlng of your appointment you mK'm acted in such a manner as to make my position as useless a one *s possible." ' ' V "Being determined to oust rae from tho force without cause,'.' the commission, contlnuea, "I realize ttmt one of us mus� go, and as you have not seen fit to do so I will in that spirit of loyalty, which I haVQ. alwi^s iiad to the government send. In my resignu tlon, which I hcl^eby do." Regrets to Retire In a letter of December 10, Mr, Nicholson says, "I regret exceeding ly that I have been forced to retire from the position or any other police work In which I have al.waya taken  groat prido 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 tali0 and unfounded and cannot bo substantiated 'by him." � in his letter to Deputy Attorney Oenoral Downing, secretary. ot tho police' board, after th'b questions liad been askod In the house. Superintendent McDonnell says, "You will reraem� bcr that soon' after the organization of Ufc.force, Mr. Nicholson verl^Ily lendorod hio resignation. He was Jpld there was no hurry that he could have a couple of months to look around." Ho 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 tlie. regulations." - Jr.spectop Reitions Correspondence has also been. pro ' duced regarding the resignation of Inspector. Schurer from, which itvap ))ears that the sup^lritenddiit follow Ing a'communication from tho deputy attorney general complained of not Bii/ficlont activity, in regard 40 prosecution under the liquor act. His resignation was -asked because the superintendent informed the board he not received '"the cordial support from you which was due from an luajicctor of the force." '  Mr. Schurer's letters .disclose that he ,had tendered his resignation in, Octobei'. ilia resignation was called for November / 29. Writing ,�n December 1st, he complainb'^of ;tbe- unjust and discourteous treatment meted out to, him by the tha^. the refbree would be able, toV name >; the winner If-the fight went the limit would add to its attractiveness. It is certain that � large delegiatlon ot local ring followers ^would make the trip to Baltimore. , � KAUFF ORDERED TO REPORT thrill and oatabllAi for us a now moral. Tho tfoiio of life is but n condensation of wisdom gleaned from 'cxperi-oncns and established In laws to guard frail humanity. , ^ Clara Kimball Young In "The Rise of Susan" at the Bmpross Is noA, only beautiful in every respect, butdls]>layB the most exquisite .' up-to-the-minute gowns'yet seen ou'the screen. The rich,' modern house settings and thg interesting turn of this pretty romance is bound 10. please e>eryiliirA NwniiM The loss ot Kault would severely cripple the pennant chances of the New York team. has been well received in Toronto and Montreal >nd 'other eastern' cities. aiisB Neilson-Terry is a Jirirae favor-ito with Canadian playgoers and it is well kndwh that she is. a worthy representative of one of the most famous theatrical families./6l England. She is the daughter of Fred Terry and Julia NeilsonN. NON. V T.VES. .WED. THU. i-Ri. \'"'> 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 t V- � � " - � -� 12 is. 14 IS 16 19 20. 21 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 10 11 17 18 24 25 '3,e'-. YouVe In a Hurry! You want that particular^ job jiut right away. Youj want it ^jniody, printed and you ^ht it ; ? ^^Ilfc^vould be thoroii^ isfied M take: itg^ house that has i reputatiqn io^ -li^ work. 4: We believe jn By Edwari^ C. Papla .Author of VTha Prince Chap'^?^ and other aueceaaea. Price* $2,00l 9130, �1.00, 7Bc,: 90a' MAIL ORDERS NOW~t 8e. on Sale Thursday morn-, �lng, Maroh 14th. mm- W. Si HART in "DAKOTA DAN'! Also VIRGINIA PEARSON In^lK /'HYPOCRISY" iH? A dramajie- expose of tho sham ^ot^,\ Bocloty, \ i .-St "dlorla't R'omance."~Lova'e.>Reward, the-iaat chapter. Aiao L-KO^,Comady. i.^-i'-,"...... ,,,,iiiiiiiiiaif.,,iii..i., ,111 I v.... I- ^-'i 4 TdNUSHT � TOMORROW PARAMOUNT FEATURE , TEN CENTS. ;9 18392615 ;