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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 13, lOlS TIIE LETHBRIOGE DAILY IlI.nALD r\r,i, TlimTEEN Carvell Tells of Having Abolished The Patronage OlMkwa. April 13. -Romn interaflthiK MirMiOBdrace betwpoii Hon. F. B. CtTfM aaA A. S. rnpp, aenlor mrtt-Mr tor OtUwa. reUtive to tlio aboli-tiM of yfttronai* wai taklcd In ihi> M�mo�a rMtrntey at Ibn rnqueit ( A. !!� McMaater, LIbsral member lor IrWBO. In thn corrriMponi1>>nco thA mtaloUr o( public worka sUtei moat OBPhMICftlljr that patronaKn hag b>>�n abolllhod iMofar an bin dopartmant In eenoomtd. whllo Mr. Fripp expre*R�R htmiAlt �� being pIcaRPd �bat thin Is the cMW. TM eortoapondencfl commnnrfld on Octobor 1�, 1�17, when Mr. Pripp wrote tlio mlnlRter aRklnK that thn fira of Mcf'arland and Douglas be pUcMl on th� patronage list. KoplyinR to thia communication on October 23, Mr. Carrall lald: "Your friends will havo opportunity of tendlnc on any work coming within their linn, but so fnr �� thiH department is concerned, there will be no patronage Hat In the rutnre. Ah far an poMikie orerythlnic will be done by public t�B4�r and contract and every mainber of the community will have an equal opportunuity nr workfnR for tbo gpyemment. Btriclency and econ-omr irtU b^ the gutdlnK prlnclplcH In rarrying on (he business affairs of the Dominion." On January 3, I9t8, Mr. Fripp sent to Mr. CarTOll a memorandum he had traumltted to Hon. N. W. Kowell, prealient of the prWy council sukkcsI-ing tkkt wltk rogard to the mechanica empiayad fa the dredglnir branch and the ihtpyard, some i,000 men, some one had boon appointed to deal with applMatlMa tor work. Mr. Fripp aug-goited tkat Mr. Shearer, the man who mplora tliiao men was too busy and further luggeated the appointment of Mr. DavM Mea to look after the em-ploynMat et tho men required. He described Mr. Rice as an ez-alderraan of Ottawa. "Who knows the laboring classes Terr wall." Mr Carrall replied to Mr. Prlpp on January 4, saying he was sorry he could not agree with the member for Ottawa. "It Mr. Shearer has not the naoesaary ability to employ these man," he lald, "I think It is up to mo to find some person who has." Replying on the following day, Mr. Fripp aald It was apparent he had not made himself clear. I want to get rid of tha 50 or 60 people who crowds i my office dally, he said, adding, the i people of Ottawa have lived on pat ronage tor 60 years and It .will require aoma t%ct to eradloate the prac tice. Writing to Mr. Pripp on January 11, Mr. Caryolt aald: "I hayo given Mr. Shearer Inntruc-llnna ffgardimr employment ur (he class of people referred to In your Icttri. I have also Instrmtod him that It win not be necessary lor them to proilHCo a letter from either yourselt or Or. Chaliot (jnnlnr member for Ot tnwal or tli I i\ir "htoll, (Itclai. . ill.!' ' MMi-i lie marki'frrl prim- to I i ^va r nif'.a-uic. I .,i.|i| i = 1 ; - .Stale I'oixl .iiui'mnciMl todav j ralhiKid iiii of a i�ii(irt iilMnifM The or- all �rh to  �� no fatail-1. iicis )ns iira "Perfect Coffee Perfect 15 tKe T itle of a Booklet V.l\li K w V/HERE THE WORLD'S GREATEhT BATTLE 18 RAGING. Ihe ronmlni'ii ^-iti'c l�4 CHASE & SANBORM . MONTRrAL BUn t* soA UM corn complcUly. 0 Is rebbfr adhtitv* whicli �tishs WUhout wetUas. It wraas areuad tha to*, and maKl th* alaatar anus and cemferUMa. m--i�a II avfllad Is  ngw- Attlsr that. OM dsaaa't ta�i tbs cern. Th* action la MUl*. aisA �P*9^ to tht MTB n� parenti. Captain Moore had been with the air service in Krance'for nine months and j had been promoted to captain in charge of a flight early in tho spring. The latest Official return* credit him With bringing down nine eneny .planes. A'abort time'ago he won tfao Military Groas pardculara of the exploit for which he was honored having not yet reached Vahcqiivor. Captain Moore was !!:{ years old and was born in Mattawa. Ontario. HAD FIVE SONS AT FRONT Vancouver, D. C, April 13 -E. Hart C. P. U. constable, received the new.n from the IVar Office yesterday tbut his son, Lieut, i^unkk Hart, reported misiiidK 'in March 23, ia now reported killed in action Constable llart h�B had five of his sons serving In Franca since the war begafi. ' i*** "f^at oJ^MiHA Af PARI Cumberland, N. 8., readiuf his dreaa altar hi* �4actloa aa Bpe___ of tha Hou** of Common*, Seatad I* W. * Norihmp. aw o�ar�-of the House of Comaoaa. 6 * ^OfkMost Beautiful Carm/bmica The "Preferred Investment The wise man selects his motor car investment in much the same way that he selects a first mortgage bond or any other high grade security. He looks for permanent, enduring quality-not mere surface veneer. He looks to the integrity of the manufacturer, the critical expressions of the average owner and the history of the product over a period of years. It Is on this basi9 that we would have you consider the Paige. From the standpoint of initial cost, our's is not a cheap motor car. There ere many cars on the market ^at sell for le99 money than the . Paige and we coutd readily bui|d them ouJseives if we considered that the best;|x)Iicy. . But we don't. We firmly believe' that self-respect, comfort, and enduring satisfacltion have an actual market value. So we build those things into our pro^ct. We take just a littte more timth-^just a little more care in the selection of materials-just  little more priiie in our work. > And the result is a real motor car-not a makeshift or convv promise. In brief, while we agree that first cost i� an important consideration, we are convinced that Ultimate cost is vastly more important. We believe that the only true test of eccwiomy is twelve months of hard, gruelling service on the road. We believe that freedom from repair bills and excessive depreciation is infinitely more desirable than a mere catch-penny list price. ' ITncse are our convictions." We have held to them staunchly during many fitful periods'in the motor car in^ .^fjiythu^ Co., Datr^t, Mtek; .1 ;