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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY Civil Service Again Subject of Discussion in the House May is consid erable as the ability of par liament to conclude Its business In time for tho prorogation ceremony to lake plnco on It is quite Hio house will still have two or three days business to dispose of at the tho wopk and that prorogation will tnko place until May or May 22 Iho opening of todays sitting ot tho Guthrle submitted a report of the committee on privileges and elections with ft motion that tho report be taken into consideration on The recommends that Yukon election case be re either to the supreme court or to court constating of two Judges of the Ontario Supremo Sir Wilfrid Laurler thought that be tnltlns the Into considera tion the house should be supplied with a printed copy ot the Tho solicitorgeneral replied that no evidence waa taken before the The only document before the committee was official returns which had been printed and distribut Apart from there was only tho statement of parties and those of Colonel John Currie asked whether the censorship order lfnrcounMl pro hibited the publication of any news considered to the prose cution of the was now in opera The premier replied that it Cant Promise In reply to a question by Lem Sir Robert said no person in the country had the slightest authority to promise exemption from military It wan utterly out of the The stand taken by the members of tho government through out was that such matters must be determined by tho exemption tribun als according to their best Civil Service The house then resumed considera tion in committee ot the bill to amend tbe civil service Turriff sug gested that provisions be made where by civil servants appointed in the fu lure would not be permitted to at Dominion Jacquos Bureau introduced an amendment to section 30 which had to do with the dismissal of The section as it now stands provides lhat employees shall be dismissed by tho governor in Bureaus amendment plactis this power in the hands of tho civil service It provides that in the case of deputy ministers the recommendation for dis missal or removel shall come from the uiinister in the case of other em ployees from the deputy minister When the recommendation is received by the commission the amendment provides that the or clerk U be dismissed shall be notified ot the charge to bemade and be given three days to file an If liefails to do this the dismissal goes into effec If he replies bis ans wer is to bo considered by the com SICK WOMAN NOW WELL ANCHORDONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agent or Companys Main St The City Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Is now equipped with modern machinery and is able to handle lots of First class workmanship and materials Prices 408 2nd Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbridge Hotel mission before any dismissal U au lion K MacLeatt said the power of dismissing should he remain with governor In He asked Bureau td let his amendment stand tor further con Bureau stated that he would have some copies ot the amendment made for Mr Hocken submitted an amend ment requiring the civil service com mission to publish a list of appoint ments made during tho anil showing the relationship by blood or marriage of the appointees with any persons now In the elvll New thought the question was one of the efficiency of an official rather than of his relationship with any other pub lic MacLean observed that the pur pose of the amendment was to des troy nepotism by He did not that generally there had been wide abuses of this kind in tho Afternoon Session When consideration of tho s civil service bill was resumed In the house in committee this Hocken with the consent of the com nlttee withdrew his amendment re nlrlng the publication of names of eiatlves In the civil He then ubmitted another amendment extend ng Its The new amendment for the publication of a re ort showing names of any relatives jy blood or marriage in the govern nent tho in the icuse of or In the civil ser of any appointee to a civil Nicholson remarked that the position taken In the amendment was adopted by certain large corporations years but they found it in uVWiuate In Nichol sonp the amendment would simply bring an efficient civil servant nto contumely simply because he hap ened have some relatives in the louse of Henders said that the civil ser vice commission had been appointed to eliminate such evil as those to which the amendment was Colonel Currie thought It was ad visable to have some check on deputy ministers so that they could be pre vented from putting in their own rela said that many families in Ottawa enjoyed great ad vantages because member after mem ber fiad secured positions in the civil The family next door might be through lack of lo get any of Its members He declared that favoritism should be Not Careful of Feelings R Richardson thought that the amendment might prove a deterrent to deputy who wished to secure appointments for their rela The he need not be too careful about hurting the feelings of civil servants bypublishing the names of all relatives employed in the He saw no reason why the amendment should not Donald Sutherland was of the opin ion that it be good thing to turn the light of publicity on tbe ser Hocken declared that he had Took Lydia Pinkhatnt Vegetable Her For a long time I was bothered with pains in my and was go from my trouble that I could not do any lifting or hard work of any If I tried to straigh ten out when lying down it seemed as though something would tear Lydia Pinklmms Vegetable Com pound has restored my health and I am quite myself once HAZEL C H u B n o c Thousands of women from day to day in fust such a miserable con dition as was or suffer ing from e or the Such women should profit by Chubbucks experience and try this famous root and herb Lydia Pinkbams Vegetable and find relief from their sufferings as she For special suggestions in regard to your ailment write Lydia Pinkham Medicine Tbe result of its long experience if at your never found any objection to publicity on the part of a man as long as h has nothing to Michael Tied ed the amendment which was lost 7 to If Bueli a statement discloses ufflclent grounds to bring the rase vlthln policy above referred ic man concerned will IIR given pro Inlbnal leftfe ofabsence and the case be frifwarded to military hoiul by iho oVflcor corn landing the unit fnr final Instructions 10 thn above pro educe have been nnt to all district ommanders for tho information of ffleers commandiiu depot The foregoing docs not the ommandlng officers power to few days leave in cane of sickness t home or other special circumstan nor tho two weeks furlough which farmers may obtain on appli cation to their cmmnandlng n complete At the Theatres AT STAKLAND A whirlwind of ait ion and a riot of and typically de scribes the new Douglas Fairbanks Reaching for the pro luced for at omorrow and With Mew York and Italy ns extraordinary film punches are pre Interspersed with flashes of real The story allowed spec tacular and Artcraft has produced It on a lavish making it a notable and one of the most pretentious yet issued from the Artcraft The reproduction of the Venetian settings are well with picture sque canals and romantic Magnificent Bettings and an extraor supporting cast including such well known players as Frank Cam Eileen Percy and Eugene Or make this film an exceptional On Thursday and Friday Toto llic funniest of all who recently appeared in The Movie will be here in another riot of A OneNight This tworeel feature is said to surpass his previous AT THE EMPRESS One of tWe most realistic andthrlll ing productions shown at the Empress for some time is The in which William Karnum takes the lead TUESDAYS GROCERY SPECIALS Braids Best Regular 50c Air per Finest Santa Clara 6 Reg1 1 ft ular per tin Finest Buckeye Corn Reaular 10c POr 10 O6C Robin Hood Porridge Regular 35c per Gold large Regular 3 for CAr 7 bars 29c Wrlgleyi Chewing Regular 5c 8 packets Regular 10 14 Regular 6 8 Finest 4 pulls Orange Regular per pall Lombard 2 Regular Deliveries Every Hour Phone 313 Ins and which Is to be the at traction at the Empress William FarnumB characterization In the role of General Samllouston la one will long be relnemboretl by all who sec the In the Htorys big climax there are several battle Bcenos which Director Walsh has put on in true masterly Ntt only are these scenes vivid and tensely but they have a beauty that would warrant their being apoken of as masterpieces of The belching the bursting the white clouds of illuminated by fire below and standing out clearly In asombre the whole thing has been finely exe cuted and There will also be a tworeel com Miss Ollara will be singing as Her splendid voice has made her a big favorite in AT THE ORPHEUM Ruth daintiest of Bluebird pretty as well as will next appear in Hungry Kyes to be presented at the Orpheum theatre on Monday and The star of tiiia Bluebird will be Monroe Salis who lias appeared with Miss Clifford in several recent productions Tho Desire of the and The Door be ing numbered among Iho protluctions in which this artistic couple have tri Julian who directs tlluebirdu will also an essential role in Hungry leading a sup porting organization selected because of individual fitness for the roles as Hungry Eyes tells a of love and romance in the and its scenic environments will present some of the most beautiful vistas to be found in Southern Cali Also plenty of May following an nounccment is made by the depar ment of militia In view of the fact that ther seems to be some doubt as to the cedure by men drafted under the Mi litary Service or ordersincoun cll in amendment it should be clearly understood that every man who is ordered by the registrars to must do so on the date spedi whether he intends to claim leave of absence or Should he be between the ages of 20 and both leave of absence will be granted on one ground only that he is the sole remaining son of military age in the others being already serving or having Buffer ed death of Service in this case means service 1n some ffeld of operations or ina unit in England or Canada providing drafts for ser vice in a field of Men desiring to claim leave of ab sence on the above grounds should so state upon reporting to the depot battalion indicated in the notice of the They should have pre pared a careful statement showing the other Sons of the same family with the age and service of This statement should be certified as cor rect by some responsible head to whom the commanding officer can SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterlea Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage We employ only first class with years of exper ience on all makes of who 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 TbMORROW AND WEDNESDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Reaching For The Moon ANOTHER COMBINATION OF FUN AND Her Crooked Career CHRISTIE COMEDY Do You Remember Toto IN THE MOVIE DUMMY HE IS COMING AGAIN WEDNE8 THURSDAY AND IN A TVVOREEL ENTITLED A OneNight Stand annai Htm taalM yilh AWJtfJiw Ctnixnltnct Why Pin Up Wit kthi I Insanitary Outhouse KAUSflNE CLOSET SYSTEM jj Not a chemical a pet mtRMl luk MuttlUtiou the mod unitary method of dilpoul in Endorted by heikb authwitiw ever the country MM cxluiivcly uud io public No Corti only a fraction ovei cent o day to Any oat can put WTIM riquirfd aftti eicopt to empty lank twke a KilU all gtroutprolMti your hml fw farm village fac We we the origuMlon and of the KaUriioe underground tank accept Mibetilulr ot Write for ftarllculan The Kaiistine General Supply Box Uethbridgt Dlitrlbutort for Alberta ani Farmer 1 Insure your crops against HAIL HOLMES JOWETT late or co Scotland Woolen IF ONE MAN ONLY CAN SOW AND HARROW 50 ACRES A DAY WITH A TRACTOR IS IT WORTH WHILE KNOX CHURCH 14th May 1918 ff Lillian Dillingham ENGLAND THE BRILLIANT YORKSHIRE SOPRANO IN WAR STORIES FOUR TIMES IN FRANCE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE THE FRONT RUTH CLIFFORD AND MONROE SALISBURY IN V W1 RUT n tiiirrvnw Wm a nf ConftfidVj Prices 10c and 20c Thrilling and Gripping Photoplay of Love Out Also Plenty of f i I Thursday Next Annette Kellerman in A Daughter of the Gods THE WONDERPLAY OF THE DAY IN TEN STUPENDOUS ffl f a of r a man whose vneruy and I fearlessness uturided ine I Sou art twit the United States m It is the epic of toraverr out f WILLIAM FOX WIUIAM FARNUM in this dram atiiattoti of an acttuil The o four fat fathety is pd on the sereefcthe blood vhtih ntade a nation EMPRESQ Tonight Tomorrow Prices Children 10ci Adults ALSO A BRAND NEW FOX TOM AND JERRY MIX AND 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