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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^monday, may 13, 1918 THE Lr/:HnrunGE daily herald PAGE I*!VB Civil Service Again Subject of Discussion in the House ClUitwii, Mny J.'i.-'I'linro is conalH-erabln Uoubt. iiH Id the ability of. par-llaiiioiii. to (.'uiicliKld its buBinoHH In tlmu ti)r tlio prnroKntlou ceremony 1o 1ul!0 oil Hiiliinlny. It, Is qiiito probiiblelbat Ihu lioiiai> will still liavn two or throo days' biiKlnoHa to cUbpoho of at llio oml of tlio \v(^)k and tliat proroKallon will not tako place until TiicBday, .May L'l, or WotJnosday, May 22. At (111) opi'iiliij; of loday'b sittins of tho lioiiHO. .Mr. Outlirle BUbinlttod a report of tlio r.omniUteo on privilogos Rnil oloctions with a motion that tho report be taken Into conaldoratlon on Thursday. Tho ro'port rucoramendu th*t tUo Yukon cloctlon caHe bo re-I'orrod, elthor to the supreme court or to a court conslstlnn of two judges of tho Ontario Suproiiio court. Sir WlltrUl Lauricr tliouRht that before! taking tlic roport Into consideration tho hoUBe Hhould bo supplied villi a printed copy of tho proceedings. Tho aolIoltor-Konoral replied that no evldBiico wan taken betoro the committee. Tho only document before the coinmlttoo was official returnii which hud boon printed and distributed. Apart from that, thoro was only tho Btntemciit of parties and Ihoso of cuiinsel. Censorship. Colonel ,1ohn Currle asked whether the oonsorship orderVurcoiin^ill pro-lilblted tlio publication of any news conslderod �rtetrimonlal to the prosecution of the war, was now in operation. Tho premier replied that it was. Can't Promise Exemption. In reply to a question by Mr. Lem-loux. Sir Robert said no person In the "country liad tho allghlost authority to promise exemption from niiWtary �service. It was utterly out of the question. Tho Htand taken by tho jnembors of the govornmont throughout was that such niullers must be iietormlnod by Iho exemption tribunals according to their best judgment. Civil Service Act. The house then resumed nonsidora-tlon In committee ot the bill to amend the civil service act. Mr. Turriff suggested that provisions be made whore-by civil ."iorvants ,^ppolnted in tho future would not bo pornilttod to vte at Dominion elections. Mr. Jacques Bureau Introduced an amondinont to section 30 which had to do with the dismissal of employees. Tho section as it now stands provides that eraijloyees shall bo dlamlRsod by the governor in councli. Mr. IJureau's araondihoat iilaclis this power in tho hands of tiio civil service commission. U provides that in the case of deputy ministers tiio roconiinendatlon for dismissal or removel shall come from the minister; in the case of other employees from the deputy minlHter. AS'hen the recommendation is received by tho commission the amendment provides that tho deputy or clerk to bo dismissed sliall bo notified of tho charge to bo-made and bo given three days to file an answer. If hofalls to do this the dismissal goos^ into effect automatically. If he replies his answer is to bo considered by the com ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agent* or Company's Office, Z7\ Main St, Winnipeg. The City Boot and Shoe Repair Shop Is now equipped witii modern machinery and is able to handle lots of work. First class workmanship and materials guaranteed. ' Price.^ moderate. . H. Langley, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbrldge Hotel mission before any dismissal li authorized. Standt dver. IIoii. A. K. MacLcan said the power ot dIsmlaslnB employees should he thought, rem�ln with the Kovernor In counril. He asked Mr. Hureau to let hia amendment stand for further con-ulderatlou. Mr. Dureau stated that he would have .some copies of the amendment made for distribution. Mr. Monken aubmitted an amendment requiring the civil service commission to publish' a list of appointments made during tho year, and showing the relationship by "blood or marriage" of tho appointees with any persons now In the civil ervice. Mr. McQuarrle, New Westminster, thought the question was one of the efficiency of an official rather than or his relationship with any other public servant. Mr, MacLean observed that the purpose of tho amendment was to destroy nepotism by publicity. He did not think, that generally speaking, there had been wide abuses ot this kind 1^ tho inside'service. Afternoon Session When consideration of tho , civil service bill was resumed In tho house in committee thii afternoon, Mr. Hocken with tho consent ot the com-mltteb withdrew his amendment ro-qulrlns the publication of names of relatives In the civil service. Ho then Hubniitted another amendment extending its scope. The new amendment prov.'rted for the publication of a report showing names "ot any relatives by blood or marriage in the government service, in tho senate, in the house ot commons, or in the civil service," of any appointee to a civil po.-itlon.' Mr. Nicholson remarked that the posilion taken in the amendment waB adopted by certain large ".orporatlons Komn years ago, but they found it in-a^Miuate and, unworthy. In Mr. Nicholson's opinion, the amendment would simply bring an efficient civil servant Into contumely simply because he happened to have Home relatives in the iiouse ot commons. Mr. Henders said that the civil service commission had been appointed to eliniiuate such evil as those to which the amendment was directed. Colonel Currle thought It was ad-viBable to have some check on deputy ministers so that they could be pre-vonted from putting In their own relatives. H. n. Morphy, Perth, said that many families in Ottawa enjoyed great advantages because member after member liad secured positions in the civil i'crvlce. Tho family next door might bo unable, through lack of influence, to got any of Its members placed. He declared that favoritism should be abolished. Not Careful of Feelines R .L. niclmrdson thought that the amendment might prove a deterrent to deputy ministers who wished to secure appointments for their relatives. The house, he said, need' not bo too careful about hurting the feelings ot civil servants by- publishing the names of all relatives employed In the service. Ho saw no reason why the amendment should not carry. Donald Sutherland was ot the opinion that it .would bo a, good thing to turn the light ot publicity on the service. Mr. Hocken declared that ho had SICK WOMAN JWWELL Took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Read Her Letter. 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If such a .^^t.-ilcriient di.iciosos sufficient grouncr�l�, Any oa� can put it m--mo aJMrtiea raqiu'icd aftei except to empty lank twice � year. Kill, all gernui^proleela jrour health. Ideal (u famu wd village homei, .chooU. chuichei, lac tone*, etc. We are (be orifpaatort and palente�t o( the IC�uiljiie uadtfpound tank mtera-don't accept a uMUIute at inilalioa. IVtlte for parllatlan. The Kaustine & General Supply Company, Ltd. p. O. Box ISU, Lethbrido* D)�tr)butors for Albertn and B. C. Starting ThdrsJay Next Annette Kellerman in "A Daughter of the Gods'' THE WONDERPLAYOFTHE DAY IN TEN STUPENDOUS ACTS. ^COMOIIEDOR if aMoif^twpifi at / it purtra^s the Hfp siory ot a niati wtioxp em*rtfy and / fi^arle^iftipsji' ifkiriiiiHi titp I south yiua^nindixod thp Halted States J If/i 2^ j It is tfiP epic of braverr , / Itiesout litstory ttf coamge. I A 7 WILLIAM FOX WllllAM FARNUM in H^pji^iUlom drani-atizaiUm of an uciuat tai^,.pine fuv 004 artior ofmtrfmwotttej^f is reflect-1 ed on itiesireen^ttiehlood y^JfUfi([I nation!3^ EMPRES C Tonight & Tomorrow Prices; "Children 10e; Aduju 22i/gc^ ALSO A BRAND NEW FOX COMEDY, "TOM AND JERRY MIX" AND MI88 O'HARA IN LATEST SONGS. 70 ;