Yes, he usually gets them. Now, Mr. Speaker, let me tell you that I have been more energetic in the interest of the constituency I have the honour to represent than has the hon. gentleman (Mr. Clarke), because I have seen that the law was enforced, and enforced promptly and effectively. We had in the town of Welland in which I live, contractors bringing Italians from the United States to do work on our public streets. I wired the Attorney General of Canada that the Alien Labour law was being violated, and I at once received a wire in reply authorizing me to see that the law was enforced, and in twelve hours from that time these men were deported from Canada.
Air. PUTTEE, Does the hon. gentleman wish us to understand that Italians were deported to the United States?
ill'. GERMAN. They certainly were. We have Italians in Canada who are Canadian subjects, and there are Italians in the United States who are American citizens, and these Italians who were American citizens and aliens had no right to come to
Canada and do work which Canadians could and would do, and they were deported immediately. The same thing happened along the shore of Lake Erie, where American citizens were building summer residences.
Topic: DAVID MILLS.