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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fv USltllMK T IAGE NUMB Mayor Hurdle Suggests Skelton K ns Chief and Hardy as Deputy Quickly Reliwed By Frultattos Captain SkollonB and his rftlnthmghlp to hia old position ns chief of the city pollco forco occupied of tho ntlontlon of the inembors of tho city council nt their regular Monday morning Two mill Inrfl nffectliiB the reenKaRemont of Chief Skclton huve cropped was the ns declared by Mayor had been mnilo to him Skeltou did not see Borvioe the and tho other that the roenfiagemont of the fpnner ehiflf would do awny with dual firemen nnd thus In creasing the coflt of the pollen dipart mont between and i Chief wailed on Iho coun cil on Saturday whenho was confront ed with rather caught him and when Mayoi Hurdle suggested that chief be lilueeil on the payroll until another po sition could be and that dur ing that time ho might act In the capacity of n private detective re porting to the the chief withdrew to consider the pro Squelches However this morning he waited on the council with his official showing his service ln France and doing away with tho rumor that he hnd failed to do his duty as n Tho chief declared that ho was supported Iu this by the Great War He asked the city for an immediate A New Mayor Hardlo stated tho min ute on tha books of the city council granting tho chief leave of absence jom constituted an honorable obligation tho city must ho the matter of cost entered Into the The council had considered that it would cost between and a year to put the police force on a separate and his thought this was quite an expense which should he Last he the policing of the city had cost only about which was returned to the city in so that the po licing really cost little more than He had a proposal to Ho that in order to do away with the necessity of adding more Chief Skeltou should bo reengaged as police chief and ft that Chief Hardy of tho fire depart rnent be appointed deputy Chief Skelton would have charge of the department and would be in conft trol of the members of the depart f I suffered for mnriy years with terrible Indigestion and A neighbor ml vised mo to try I did so and to tho surprise of my I began to improve and he advised me to go on with I consider that I own my life to Jruita4ives nnd I want to say to those who suffer from Constipation or Ilcndaclirs try Fruitatives and you will got CORTNIO a fi for trial size At all dealers or scut postpaid by Fruitativcs nient did only police Chief Hardy as deputy chief would have control of those men of his department who might ho used for police patrol The mayor asked Chief Skelton to confer with Chief Hardy on tho pro and also lay before the council his ostimate of the least possible number of policemen ho would need if this arrangement were not carried Unfair Chief Skelton declares that tho rumors which have been spread con cerning Ills service In the army dur ing this war are very unfair and he has given the council copies of his papers showing the orders issued him while on During the conference this morn ing some discussion arose as to the conditions within the and Mayor llardie staled that appeared to be two and that if either side was to be given what it wished it would result In much dissatisfaction He that there would bo an election for a new com missioner and at that time public opinion would have an oppor tunity to assert MILA PERSONAL PHONB bovod and were niil we Ho i In Klanders ft ft ft ft ALBERTA SOLDIER IS HEAD AT VALCARTIER ft May is an nounced that May nard a well known Quebec soldier who commanded a brigade of Canadiansin Eng land for a has been ap pointed commander at the Val cartier camp for the The1 camp will open about June Rogers was formerly superintendent of Jasper park in Ijnrvey leave to night for Ir ving Ffiiser and children are also leav ing this afternoon for and will accompany Harvoy an far as Tho Misses Keoloy anil of Tabor spent the weekend visiting friends in the Victoria i Kellog returned yester day from anextended visit to New Stone of Calgary Is a at Iho parsonage with and formerly account of tbu Royal Bank staff in Leth on Saturday for tho Belscker to whicii he has been Miss Grace Robertson of Clarenholm Agricultural College class was tbu weekend guest of McClena who has been vis iting her Rey nolds for several last week for her homo In RiiBsel Canadian manager for was u visitor for a few days with and Boss left today to visit relatives in Regina and ac companied by her Iloltby arrived on Satur day morning from the east to act as accountant in the Royal Bank Evans and Miss Schweitzer left this afternoon by mot or for a short visit to Miss Attree has made her last visit to Lethbridge for the having left for Calgary at the end of the week arid after a short stay there vill return to her home tjueens John Livingstone left on Fri Jay for where lie will make a short ft ft ft ft ft ft SOCIAL EVENTS Tnke up our fiuaVreT wih tin1 To you from failing tiamls ilnow The torch be yours to it high If you break faith with ns ilic shall not sleep iMppicm In Flanders Calgary recent appeal of its Cliapters for French reliefby over plglu hundred being tliamount of the brigades and being ily far IngroUer part of this sum was by privates each giving a and besides the amount brunch In by the brigade one of was for ilucom plete a hoim In Nellie received word noted so recently that DEATH TO FRANCE Determined to Continue Fight Against iermans in Spite of HolshevikS A IlicllU May founder of fhe famous Russian Womens Battalion of noalh arrived hero yesterday i from en route lo ilio she experts to meet death on the buttle Madame liotclikarova said nlnce she Moscow disguised In a Russian peasants been followed by agents of the Bolshevlkl who sought to carry out which she had been issued by the BolBhevlkl to kill her on In n far onst she said she was given sanctuary on an English I formed UIP Battalion of Madame Botuhkarova to avenge the death of my husband and to com bat Prussian aggression In I am on my way to France where I will enter service with the first contin gent that will accept a title had upon her by King George in recognition of her work for the Red said she ie now officially as Dame Order of ike Kniiah a title which gives her recognition at court as Lady KEEP YOUR STOVE BRIGHT HACK KNIGHT STOVE POLISH A few minutes with a and Black Knight makes your stove look bright and Can sbe used on either warm or cold Black Knight will not burn is ompotaTioitt TOMORROW Morning at 9 oclock Be on hand at the Dominion Block for the opening of the Royal Store Ladies Wear Sale THE BARGAINS ARE WONDERFUL Buying goods at this sale is equivalent to putting your money in the Market is advancing making this oppor tunity Remember the only item for men 75 only Mens Buy a few of FRANK WADDINGTON in Churches GUARANTIED TO CONTAIN NO IMPURITIES A little of Sunlight goes a long way every particle pure there is nothing to harm the clothes or impede the rapid progress of the Every cake of Sun light Soap carries a guarantee of m Sunlight Soap mridc for tho due care of the wounded and unruly among who have iprved Including ransoimnl pen for such M are soldiers medical care and equitable provision for dependent families of To constantly inculcate loyalty to and the Krnplre and unstint ed sprvlee in IhoJr The veterans wish to thank Brown of the theatre for the loan rf the Iho Assiniboine Mustc for the the McLean irannfur for moving of and the Ho raid an 1 Telegram for An interesting event occurred on Saturday evening when tho post of ico staff surprised Miss MGar at her Miss Garrison has een a faithful worker in the post ftice for over six years but left tllere to take a position In the Tank of Montreal and In recognition of her services Ward in the absence of Hamley presented her with a jeautiful wrist watch from the The remainder of the evening was deasantly spent in cards and VIIss friends wishing her reat success in her new v evening Hoy Scouts will meet in vestry Canadian Girls in Training will meet in school Tuesday evening Miss Dillinghams Kriday even Choir Tho regular meet ing of the Womens Missionary society lias been postponed one week on ac count of Miss Dillinghams ytayor meeting the church will fie on ac count of the address at the Wesley church Wednesday On behalf of the Christian church I wish to ex tendthanks to the other churches of the city for their midweek and also tp the Luthbrldge Herald for their space in the paper in printing the outlllnes of Pastor Girls meet in Ladies Boy The last official board meeting of the Every member is urged to be Wednesday a special meeting of Ladies Aid The annual district meeting in meeting addressed by a returned Opeu to the SFORCEl Deport Civilians From Occupied Regions Under Pretense of Voluntary Labor recently returned from the has been ippointcd registrar for the Lethbridge federal in place of who has found impossible to The appointment is in conneurm with HIP registration of manpower which will take place June Porter is familiar probably more than anyone else available with the south country which he will have to and the appointment is ac cepted as a very satisfactory Porter will purchase an auto ttrui commence his duties CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ft A ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft The will meet In the Bap tist church at sharp Monday Miss Newman will give an ad dress at The class of Knox qliurch are holding a cap and apron sale on May The Art Department of the Mathosls Club will meet at the homo of David f27 9th tomor row afternoon at 3 The of Knox church will moot tonight in Knox school Hicks is tho leader for The Rebekahs will meet for Red Cross sewing at the Red Cross rooms Tuesday night at The Executive Major Jack Ross chapter will hold a very im portant meeting at the home of the Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock WEDDINGS BLUMEL STEELE and Fred Blumel announce the marriage of their daughter Amelia to John which took place on May at ft GENERAL IN FLANDERS A number of requests have been made for the verses In Flanders which reproduced This beautiful little poem ten I iiteli eral months Monday evening the church a meeting of the Friday a congrega tional gathering in the church All adherants and their friends are Usual meeting of the Tuesday Junior auxilliary Intercession service Teachers Thursday afternoon Women meet at Red Friday Choir Teach ers meeting in Wed nesday Boy Thursday Friday Intercession services Choir practice There will be tea and sale of work at the home of 1210 13th Wed nesday in aid of the Marys church The concert for the veterans last evening in Majestic theatre was an immense The theatre was packed and many were turned away j long before the hour of Tbej lany artists who took part nntorlilM 1 the audience in a most acceptable j ami much is tluo i oorabs and Harppr who organj it a the A total of was raised by col This goes to the veterans For the benefit of those not fully acquainted with ihe OLj cts of tho association the following I notations from the constitution are i dc Aims and preserve the lose and kindly ties of mutual ser ice in the great war tho recollections j nil associations of that service and to fnintain proper standards of dignity honor between all To preserve the memory and rec of those who suffered and died or the To see to the erection if monuments to their the irovision of suitable burial places iiiid ho establishment of an annual mem irial To insure that proper provision is The revival meetings closed last at the Christian church with a large and appreciative when Mr Fagan preached a strong pennon The Sin Against the Holy Spirit nnd Fagan sang The Holy City much to the delight of the entire con These two wellprepared evangelists will leave with tne best wishes of many Warm friends which they have made during their labors Fagan introduced his discourse last night by explaining the threefo1 and Holy showing that God made the original plan of Christs part was to execute the plan while the office of the Holy Spirit was to reveal the The revelation of Gods word is the work of the Holy Spirit and to reject the message of the Gos pel is to reject the Holy He emphasizes the importance respond ing to the call of Gods word lest you commit the sin against the Tonight Fagan will his lec ture on New Native May To ronto Mall and Anatro German U reported to Iw engaged in deporting the working po pulation of the occupied districts In taking persons aged from to 55 on the o Inviting them to work At Para and wo hundred women clamored for bread and broke iwlndown valued at forty thousand kro Inenan the Casino at Many dis Itricts in Bosnia and Herzegovina are 1 deserted owinK to the deportations o the The wheat harvest of last year bare ly exceeded a quarter of Ihe harvest for The excess of deaths over exclusive of deaths on the battle fields was In The to form at Serajevo an exclusively Croatian Austrophllo antiCzech party under Bishop Start ler and Pilar proved At Para a Magyar deputy named Ste fan Sabo Is reported to have declared that the people of Hungary can no longer exist on the rations alloted The authorities are requisition ing not only provisions hut bedding and the villagers are at the point of The deputy asked why it was that no statesman can be found in Hungary to secure the Magyar pea sant from being greeted even In his own house with fixed Joseph state manager the NonPartisan was found guilty by a jury In Red on a charge of having made disloyal utterances in a speech at I last Girls iu Canadian Wednesday Prayer Kvery member of tho church and gongregation is urg ed to be At the a all Iho men of the congre Thursday Choir pnu Sewing in Heil Crows rooms 2 to meeting will be held at instead of Gales and McCune of the General board of Salt Lake City will be pro sent and a large audience is Christian monthly testimony meeting on Wednesday at TIRO WOMAN TOOK VINOL Iow She is Strong and Hearty was over run could not cat or I felt like crying all the I trieddifferent remedies with out The doctor said it was a wonder I was and when Vinol was given me I began to I have taken eight bottles and am now Strong and perfectly healthy in every and hsve in I not prsjuo Vinol iRiinlilitl little poem was writj Sarah loss by John at Nevada killed in action We guarantee Vinol over weak women1 strong or re turn your Formula ou every This is your n Flanders fields the popples grow iJolweeu iic row by Thai our and in the sky Tim larks still bravely singing 1 Scarce heard amid the guns We are the short days ago We felt saw suuiiets HIQIN9QTHAM LTD Lethbridge Also at the best druggists In all OpenAir Exercise ami Carters Little Liver are thtoga For Constipation If you cant get all the exercise you should its all the more important that you have the other remedy for tor pid liver nnd which dont act freely and Take one pill night more only youre sure IU Snilt P3I S mill Owe SMll Price COLORLESS COMPLEXIONS NEED CARTERS IRON PILLS 4 OF WOMEN Funds to be Used for Child Welfare ;