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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' HONDAMA.V l;5, lin� I.!;iU5�ll)lil'; DAlI.t MIMWVI.;) REORGlZAll CITY POLICE FORCE Mayoi- Hardic Suggests Skclton ^ as Chief and Hardy as I) Deputy CiiDlalii Sliollou'b rclurii. luul liln rdliitliiUHhlii lo Ilia old posiUoii ivh clilof ol' tlio city iinlico forcn occiiiilcil iiiiihl, of the atltmllon nt the iiicinbRvn iii" lluv city council ill thoir r(!!;iil:ir Moniiny nioruliiK session. Two imit-(cru iiffeclliiR tllfi rc-oiiKliKt'nioiit of l.'lilcf Skoltoii Imvo, ci'oppoil up-oiio wiiii tUn I'iict, ns ilocUiroil by Mivyoi-hu'dio. tluit i-cpi'cstMilntlons hi\(l bcRi\ mnilf! tn hhu thiit Clilol' aUi'llou ilid not sOc iicllvcvcervine :il llm front, :uk1 llio otlior tlKit tho ro-enKngomont of llio fpnnnr cliifif would do iiwiiy with dual tireinen and policenien, tliua in-:ri'aHlng thu cont of llio liolleo depart-nient between ?0,(H)U luid SS.tjiH) a y rumor that he had failed to do lii.s duty as a soldier. The cliief declared that he was ."upporled In this by the CJreai War Votcran.-i. lie aj^Ucd the city for an Immediate decision. A Nov/ Proposal. ^rayor llardie stated that the minute on tho books of llie city council KrantlnK the chief leave of absence "rem Fob. Ist, l!lt(j coiistiiuted an lionorabio obllBal-ion tho city must fulfill. Hut, ho said, the matter of tost entered Into the appointment. Tho council had considered that it tvoiild ccst between $i\.m) and ^S.obii a year to put tiio jiolice force on a .icparalo basis, ami he thonglit this was (luilc an expense v.liicli should be avoided. Last year, he declared, the polirlng of the city had cost only .'ihout $G,(I1I0 whicli was relumed lo tlie city in tines, et(^. so that the policing really cost little more than Sl.nOO. Ho had u projiosai to make, lie suggested, tluil In order lo do Hv.-ny vvltli the nei^esslly' of adding nioro policemon, (Milct Skeltnn should be re-engaged as police chief and that Chief Hardy of the fire department iie appointed deputy chief. Chief Skelton would have charge of tho department and wouhl bo In control of thu members of tho depart- Quickly Relieved By "Frult-a-tl�es" Koriiox, .P. Q. ^ "I snft'ered for many ycar.s with terrible InJigeslioii and Ci�i.\/i/>i:tin�. A ncighlior advised mo lo try "I'ruil-a-tives", I did .so ami to Iho siirpriso of my dyclor, 1 l)CEran to improve and lie advised mo lo go oa with "FruH-a-tivr.s'\ \ consider that I own niy life to "l''ruit-a'lives" and I. want lo say to those who Hufler from Tiuligcstion, C'onstipaliou or Headaches - try "Fruit-a-tives" and you \\ ill gi^l well". COUTNIO riAFl)l\KAU. &0c. n l)o.\-, fi for %2.rf), trial sLto 250, ,At all dealers or scut postpaid by Friiit-a-tivc3 Limited, Ottawa. ment who did only police duty. Clilet Hardy as deputy clii(!r would have control of lliose men of his department who might bo used for police patrol duty. The mayor asl-cd Clilof Skclton to (onfer with Chief Hardy on the proposal, niid also lay before the council hia ostlniato of the least possible number of policemen he would \w.m\ if this arrangonieiil were not carried out. Unfair Rumors. (;iiief .Skelton declares that Die runior.s which have been spread concerning Ilia service in tiio army during this war are very unfair and he has given the council copies of his jiapcrs showing the orders issued him wlille on service. During the conference this morning some discussion arose us lo the conditions witliin tho city, and .Mayor llardio stated that there appeared to bo two factions, and that if either side wa.-i to bo given wliat it wi.slied il would result In much dissallsfactioii later. He said, however, that there woitUI be au election for a new commissioner .shortly and at that lime public opinion would have an opportunity to assert itself. OEAIH10 \ ???????????????? ? ALBERTA SOLDIER IS ;. .;. HEAD AT VALCARTIER ? Montreal, May 12.-It is an.-: nounced that Liout.-Col. S. May-iiard llogers, a well known ? (jiiebec soldier who comijiaiuled a brigade of Canadians 'in Kng-land for ii while, has been ap-pointed commander at the Val- : earlier camp for the summer. : The'camp will open about June ? 1. ? Col. Hogcra was formerly : ? Riiperinlendont of Jasper park : ? in Alberta. : c� o o : ? : : PERSONAL �;. *�> >>* � O > A * > � .> Mr. and Mrs. K. C. I{arvey leave tonight for llochestor, Minn. Mrs. Irving Fraser and children are also leaving this afternoon for Oshkosli. Wis., and will accompany .Mr.s. Harvey as far as St. I'aul. . ^ * * The Misses Kceley anil Qoolc of Taber spent llio week-end visiting friends in the Victoria -Mansions, ('�)veek-end guest of Mrs. (". Mct'leiia-ghan. * � T Jlrs. McDonald, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.- W. P. fley-nolds for several months, left last week for her hoi'no In' Peterborougli. �    � Mr. Uussel Shepherd. Canadian manager for Colgates. Montreal, was a visitor for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd. �  � yiva. A. J. Hoss left today to visit relatives in Regina and Winnipeg, accompanied by her son. Ro?s. * � � :\Ir. \V. V. Ilollby arrived on Saturday morning from Iho oast to act as acconnlant in the Itnyal Hank here.  � Mr. C. Schweitzer, :\Irs. Cartwriglit. Mr.s. Horlgins. Mrs. Kvans and .Miss Schweitzer left this afternoon by motor for a short visit to Calgary. * : ? ? ? > > : SOCIAL EVENTS > .> > �� o � c � glow. Loved and wore loved, aid nuv, w lie , In Klander's fields. "Take ui) our (luaVrel nii.i fee. To you from falling hanii- ihruw { The torch; be yours to h-.uA W higli If you lireak faith with in v.in, dii. We shall not Sleep tii',;i,-,,i ,ppi(;� blow. In Klanders' fields." Dclcrmint'd to Continue Kifrht A]^ainst (iermans in Spite (if Hol.sheviki Calgary over-sub.icribr appeal of Us I. O. D. i:. French n.'llef by over c dollars. S",TGO being ili the brigade's objective, being rcaciied. iJy far part of this sum was c-i privalesi each giving a besides the amount bi-the brigade Itself, oil'; of $;!(10 was receivcil-plete furnishing.of a ho I !i,c recpiil i'!;aptcr.-ender,r fftmille's of enlist !d men. To constantly inculcate loyally te Canada, and the Kpiplre and unstinted sciTicG in nie.Jr IhtereBLs. The veterans wisli to thank .VIr. P.rowii of tiie theatre for the loan cf tho theatre, tiio Assiniboine Music Co. for th(! piano. Ihe .McLean Iniiisfer for movlns of piano, and the MeraUl an! Telegram for ..(ivertlsing. EVANGELISTS HAVE CLOSED lElIGS NS FORCE I MNSIOWORK Deport Civilians From Occupied Regions Under Pretense of Voluntary Labor An interesting event occurred on Saturday evening when the post office staff surprised Miss B. M. Garrison at her home. ^Ilss Garrison ha.s been a faithful worker in the post office for over six years but left liiere re : ? : : : : > The C. G. I. T. will meet in the Baptist church at 7.lit) sharp Monday night. Miss Nowmaii will give an iid-dress at 8.30. * � * The J. O. C. class of Knox cjliurcU are holding a cap and apron sale on Saturday, May 25. * 4 ? : ? : � o WEDDINGS ? ? i ? � � � c> c> o > o o � � � � BLUMELr-STEELE Mr. aiid Mrs. Fred Blumel announce the marriage of Ihoir da-ughter Amelia E. to Mr. John T. Steele, wh(ch took place oil Saturda.v, .;. .;. .;� .;. .> .;. .;. JN FLANDERS' FIELDS. A number of requests have been made for the versos "In Flanders' Fields," which are reproduced below. This beautiful little poem was writ-ton by Lleut.-Col. John McCrao, of Ouolpli, Ontario,;killed In action stiv-eral months ago', ,Jn li'^landers' fields -the popples grow Bolwoeu Hie (�rossos, row by row, That Hl�rk our place, and in the sky The larks still bravely singing fly. Scarce hoard amid tho guns below. Wo are tho dead, short days ago Wo lived, fell dnwu, suw 'suutieU Knox.-.Monday evcniim 7:30, Moy Scouts will meet in vesiry; Canadian Girls in Training will uicc'l in school room. Tuesday evening ^-'.0, .Miss Dillingham's concert. I'liday evening, ("iioir practice. Tho regular meeting of the Women's Jli.^sioiiary society lias been postponed one weel; on ac-i count of Miss DilllnghaiH's concert. Christian.-Tbp:' phlycr meeting at the church will be' po-tiiorinl on ;.\c-i-ounl of the address a! Ilie Wesley church Wodnesda.y iil.trlii. On behalf of the Christian cliurcli 1 wisli to extend' thanks to the oilier ihurciies of the city for di.smi,�fii!ig ilicir mid-week meeting, and also tp li'.c Lcjtlibridge Herald for their spac- in Uie paiier in printing the outllnie.-^ ei sermons.- Pastor Curtiss. , Wesl-ey.-Monday , t; :'.0. Gampfire Girls' meeting. All.'c.iinps...will nicot in Ladies' parlor. Tiie.sday 7:30, Hoy Scouts. S:!;"), The lust official board meeting of the yeiii'. Kvery member is urged to be present. Wednesday u:00 p.m., a special meeting of Ladies' .\ld society. 4;(iii !i.ni.,/riie annual district meeting in the- Wesley- hall. S:00 p.m.. .A. public, meeting addressed by a returned soldier. Open lo tho public. United.-.Monday evening S;?,0,ln tho church parhjr, a meeting of the session. Friday evening, a congregational gathering in the ciiurcli hall. .'Ml members, adlic'rants and their friends are invited. St, Cyprians.-.^loI!day 7;30, ILsual meoting of the boys. Tuesday Oillfl, Junior auxilliary; K:00, Intercession serviae; ,S:.'lli, 'I'eacher.s' meeti Thursday afternoon 3:011, Won Capl. Ijco. Porter, recenllv returned, from the front, has been ippointed , revival meetings closed last registrar for tho Letiiliridge federal 1 night at the Christian (�liurcli hmu a district, in place of R. R. Iiavidson. ! large and appreciative audience, when who has i'ouud it ini]iossible to a-'t. I Mr Fagan preached a strong ."ermon TlK-:i;;pointment is in conne.iicn wiihlo.i "The Sin Against the Holy Spiril" the 1 egiatratlon of man-power which' and Mr;;. Fugau sang "The Holy City" v.ll! take place June L"Jnd. ; much lo Ihe dellglil of the entire con- Capt. Porter Is familiar prohablv ' K''''K'i"on. These two well-prepared more than anyone elso available ^^iti^ : ss. 'flie ihea'-ie was I 1 liackcd and many were turned away i Ion;: before the hour of opening. The] many artists who took part enle:-lai,M-, trd the audience in a most accejitable; iiianncr. and much credit is due .Mr.; Coombs and Mr. Ilarpcr who organ-I i/( a tho concert. j- .�\ total of ?1l'5.7j was raised by collection. This goes (o the veter.iiis', fund. For Iho honofit of tlio.se. who . are not fully iic'iuninted with ilie o'e-, jects of tile assbciation the following i quolalions from tiie cnnslilutlon arc', ni.vdo- I Aims and Olijocts-To preserve the close and kindly ties of mutual ser-, vice in the /jreut war the recoJlections i and associations of that service and to | ni'aintain proper standards of dignity j ai'.d honor between all soldiers. To preserve iho memory and records of those who suffered and died lor the nation. To see to the erection of monuments to their valor, the provision ot sullablc burial places ai,d tho estahlishmont of an annual memorial day. To insure that proper provision is Joseph Gilbert, slate manager of the Non-Partisan League, w^as found j guilty by a jury In Red Wing, illnn,. Tonight Mr. Fagaii will give his lec-ion a charge ot having made disloyal ture ou Land." ".New Zealand, .My .Vative uttnrancG.s in a specoli Minn., last August. nt Kenyon, TIRED WOMAN T ' t!ow She is Strong and Hearty Philadelpiiia, Pa.~"I was over-iWorked, run down, nervous, could not cat or sleep. I felt lilce cryint; all tlie Itime. I tried'different remedies without benefit. The doctor said it was a wonder I was alive, and when Vinoi was given mt: I began to improve. I have taken eight bottles and am now strong and perfectly,.healthy in every respect, and h::ve cained' in weight. I cain not prainb . Viriol enough."-Mrs. Sarali A.. Jontts, loss Nevada St., Philadelphia, Pa.: ' 'We guarantee Vinol'tO;makc overworked, weak woniatv stVong or return your money. Kormnla on every bottle. This ia your ^-^ro^estldn. j. D, HIQIN^OTHAM 4:''P0',i LTD, Druaolsts, Lethbrldge Also at the best drugalots in all fftil^Krta towssr Open-Alr Exercise and Carter's Little Liver Pills are twft q>leiidM uiiiikb For Constipation If you can't get all the exercise you should have, its all the more important that you have the other tried-and-true remedy for  torpid liver nnd bowela which don't act freely and naturally. Take one pill �vcry nicht; more only when, you're sure its necessary. Genuine lunature CHALKY. COLORLESS COMPLEXIONS NEEDi CARTER'S IRON PILLS D$6?B 70 ;