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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOft May Rolicrt peeling censorship tabled n short time en announced when tho honso opened In view of the advanced state ot this morning that it was not intended to proceed this session with the pro the it was considers necessary to proceed with the position the otfrnlon expressed toeti ot an equal to order by tho Ruling Colonel John CMfrle flrolestWI tm rulineHe rlecHiffidtttftttfco fftfcn who wrote doMitnetit1 should hM inland revenue be brought to the bitr of the house shdflW cdmo under thte and that Uio government should MaclOan unsworn that gome Rlandlhg such as permanent pltfcers of tho post posed resolution to authorize the Next it might be brought up speaker to censor the official reports Sir George Foster also stated that It waa not Intended to proceed further RAM SALE October 9th and 10th Vmlrr the auspices of tho Southern Alberta Wool Growers over one hundred owning Entries CloseJuly 1st Entry bliyUp may be had on application to the Sherlock was furthermore for an organisation which was jlnft to influence the Rodolpho Lerrtleux Will my honorable friend read the circular In Colonel Cnrtta proceeded to read the intorJectlDR comments as he Colonel Curris asked tho government If It know of any organiza tion which wns trying to railroad this He declared that if ho wero a minister and an employee in the service wrote him such a letterhe wmild suspend him George East said hat In the circular the employees of the cvil service wore merely trying oopte of They to represent tho had i perfect right to organize and appeal as an This bill was for the purpose of taking the of The Sir Robert waa n corollary of tho order In council res this with the bill to amend 7eBrp8eIlt thelr cnse to thoir em the Customs Act and to provide for tho temporary control of exports and j Announcement 1 mado by the prime minister that sorvicp out of politics and should resolution was dropped supported forthis which provided that tho working exj Coionel Currin said that this fed I penses of tho Canadian Government j eratiOn published a which at Hallways and of any railway under the charge and management or direc tion of the minister of railways and canals shall be paid out of the receipts and revenues of the said motion was discussed commit contained a torrent of abuse of a danger to tho country when officials were al lowed to organize and make raids on scheme or reorganization for sldo and clVll service wns under con Should Walt for Report Then Uie should be left over until the commission makes this re port regarding tho said There is no time now to go into the clause by Turrlff declared that there waa something in the circular j referred tQ ho did not It wns not right for the Federation to say that tho winning of the war de pended oh the passage of the bill in n manner suitable to Ho moved a resolution that a committee be ap pointed to consider the bill and make a report at the next Deputy Speaker Doivin ruled the motion out ot Is this bill a or permanent I wish the min ister to reply yes on MacLean stated that when the some tfeeks ago and aroused con aiu suppressed tho In his opinion it was time that the ministers put their foot down siderable Rodolphe Lemieux asked if tho report was correct that Why Not All employees asked why all employees of the government parliamentary was to bo should not be placed under the Civil superannuated and Albert appointed to his Sir Sevigny Robert DRINK Coca Cola 5c a bottle At your or we deliver a Case of 24 halfpint Bottles To Any Part of the City for Bottles to bs returned when Sole Bottling Agents for Leth bridge Purity Bottling Corner 4th Avenue 4th Phone 1501 replied that he had heard nothing of the Civil Service Bill The house vent into committee on the Civil service John read graph from a circular received by him from the Civil Service Federation of Canada alleging that an influence was at work endeavoring to dissuade the Union government from proceeding with the He then went on to discuss the bill generally and was re I ferring to tho insufficient salaries paid tb when he was called Service MacLean replied that the mem bers would have to consider between civil and public He pointed out that there were a great number of wnr commissions employing a Inrgo number of whose services a parawould bo dispensed with at the qnd of the Answering Colonel Mac Lean said he quite agreed with the principles enunciated by the member for North So far as the min sters there had been no concert ed effort to defer the passage of the referring again to the Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead garage We employ only first class with years of exper ience on all makes of with our guarantee of satisfaction assure you of perfect Drop in and look over our stock of before the price Dunlop and Mar in all both fabrics and cords also our complete line of STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THIRD arettes 15 Cents Per Package of 10 Beautifully Cool and Sweet Smoking to the he understood that the member concluded it would be subject to There was no reason for MacLean In there were only eight or ninenew clauses in the Lemieux asked why the legisla tion necessary at tho end of the when the order in the outside service could be brought under the control of civil service com MacLean replied that it was not practicable to proceed by order in The act now in force was designed to apply to the insldo ser vice It was true that it contain ed clauses empowering the govern by order in to bring the outside service under the control of the civil service but if this done the salaries of the inside service would apply to the out Chabot observed that since the abolition of patronage a lolid hadbeen taken from his I he that life is now worth liv Sir Sam Hughes created amuse ment by asking If it were intended to j make the bill applicable loathe ap pointment of Were senators now to be appointed by the civil ser vice commission The committee laughed but no reply wns made to Sir Sams Captain expressed the opinion that railway employees should come under the provisions of the He attacked the government declar ing tfcaf it had dime noihinjr up thd present except to put tho coun try in a state of B Niyth said he was beginning to think there was a he w ol recanting the till I ma lie the appointment o a cinimittee ed consider Kaitni this he thought members bo given necessary to the express ed himself as entirely favorable to the purpose of the Answering the question regarding the government railway MacLean said It had almost impossible to fimU a way of applyin the act to Ttyg matter was under j and he hoped that at the nextsession an amend ment would be made to the bill which would bring them under provis Too Quick Work Further consideration in committee of the whole was given to the Civil Service bill when the house assembled for the afternoon Sexi East was opposed to rushing through such an important measure in the days of the ses He advised that the bill be j withdrawn for the present and referr ed to a special which could bring it down in a more satisfactory form at the next Tweedio was absolutely op posed to Noth ing is to be he said by stand ing it over to the favored the immediate passage of the He agreed with the former speaker that it might have But what would be the sense of parliament meeting session after session if all legislation was One pf the duties of parliament was to remedy faulty leg islation Tho militja of he should be exempt from the op erations of this bill and also employ ees on Canadian They should be controlled by a separate Levi thought the members of the house had better use for their time during the present crisis than wasting It in making ob jections to tho passage of the meas Some members seemed as far as he could to letting tho patronage system die Sexsmith asked if the Inside and outside services were not being operated as well under the order in council if the bill was He thought that the bill could stand MacLean thought that the gov ernment should give statutory effect to the principles embodied in the or der in He could not give his iftiBCnt to the withdrawal of the bill and maintained that members had hud considerable time to inform themsel ves as to Ita Should Go Over Colonel Currio was unable to see why the house could not un til Tlio ho was tho result of continued agifatioTi by government Under it tho right of appointment would go to the Civil Service And how aro the appointees To be he Answering ha he intimated that postmasterH and cus toms house officials in the various constituencies would be consulted und would virtually make the appoint lint that patronage fro I think it is about time we oaljad tho appointing of Ou count ing wo havfj fqwnd nineteen of tho commissions out work in Ot government ip becoming nothing tlifju stamp uud it is time for it u ait up and do uome thiar May Ly who conducted the blocking oper ations at was in command on the Ostond He tells the fol lowing story Weather conditions at the Start wore in every way There n light northwest The sea was favorable to some There was a clear Ay and ttfb visibility was The outward passage made without interference on the part of the The small craft were all to their with de stroyers in and two coastal motor boots were told off to torpedo Before tho arrival of tho until the en emy was remarkably but just at this time tho Germans began to open Star shells showed that the smoke screens were progressing this time the which hitherto had been almost began to be partly obscured by low drifting In about ten minutes then the Vindictive was due at her des tination a fog set This stopped our air for a time even thosearchlights could not be This state of things continued for al most an hour when it cleared suffic iently for the air attacks to be recom A Lurid Scene It was a lurid scene when the Vin dictive arrived at 2 practically on programme There waa a thundering of guns on sea and The exploding of bombs air planes to the and there was an occasional cry of agony from some one mortally Searchlights crisscrossed above and the whole scene was illuminated with flashes and star This was the picture for a full The Vindictive cruised about for twenty minutes in the fog looking for the entrance to the which she eventually She sank herself about 200 yards inside the eastern en The Vindictives crew was rescued by a motor launch which brought off tw9 officers and thirty eight men and another which went alongside and took off a lieutenant and two Two other motor boats detailed for rescue work searched the shores carefully under very heavy but found no Restrict Use of Harbor According to the Press the Vindictive had a complement of 52 officers and The effect of the operation was to restrict greatly the use of the making it im possible for cruisers to go in and Experts do not go so as to aay that the same applies to sub marines and An interesting disclosure may now be made regarding tbe previous at tempt to block It was unsuc cessful because the enemy had just moved about a mile from his former It is believed that if he had not made this change both blockships would have got CHART SHOWING ONE AND TWO DOLLAR DOMtfcKftl 0f4ftttA0A NOTES in circulation in the years ADMINISTRATORSSALE ALBERTA There willbe offered for sale at PUBLIC subject to a reserve the lands described be conducted at the offices of Tho Standard trusts by Peter on the 4th DAY of JUNE 1918 at the hour of 1 oclock in the on the following terms 20 balance In six equal consecutive annual Instal Interest at seven per Clear unencumbered titles will be Taxes all paid to end of 1917 from Which data purchasers will assume future All All AH 4th JA 101113 All All All 1842BL yz All are all convenient to church and school and the opportunity is afford eifl or the investing public tp acquire them at moderate pficea and on easy for further apply to the Lethbridge or offices of The ilaiKlart Trusts Company HEAD OFFICE Twelve This series of tests if designed 19 take the uncertainty out of WEIGHT ONE of the best ways to judge a tire is to weigh Of weight be due to many factors that do not improve once assured that only qualitygiving rials are weight is an excellent guide to In selecting have us weigh the different makes you are When you make this iest you will find an aston ishing difference in For five popular nonskids 34 x 4 size weigh as follows Second Tiro Third Tire Fourth Tire Fifth Tire 26 22 2 I MICHHIN hi Considering all Michelin weigh 12 to 15 per cent more than the the percentage varying with size of This extra weight that you have a right to expect age from SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA FOUNDRY PRODUCTS ;