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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 191.5 THE LETIinRIUflE n A 11. Y HERALD PAGE FIVE Meats ------FOR------ Easter1 WB have been able to secure an exceptionally Fine Assortment of Easier Meats. The range Is complete and the Qusllty the very choicest- What- ever you want we can supply, and will not send you what won't please you. Try some oi' our Sprint; Lamb or Choice Young1 Turkey for your Good Friday -or Easter Sunday Dinner. PHONE 792 E. OXLAND 1110 fidi AVE. SOUTH. We Have Sold Out and Thank You for your Patronage have sold my retail business to Mesira, Hop- and Newton of Hardieville, who -take posses- sion on April 1st, and wish to sincerely thank my many customer! for their long and liberal patronage. It IE Important all accounts due to the Alberta Meat Market should be paid to myself promptly. All account! owing by this market should be presented it once and will be paid by myself promptly, The gentlemen who have purchased the business ire experienced In meat business and will, I believe, give you the high quality and good service for which this market la known. I will conduct a wholesale business only here- after. Phone 493) Box 402 HOW AMERICAN WOMEN MAY KEEP FACES YOUNG "The American smart "woman agos early, far earlier than tho English wo- Christian Miller, F. T., the-famous English health expert. She adds that our climate "GO exhil- arates that you over-exert yourselves and grow old before you know it. Tfiat same exhilarating oir dries the 3kin. The skin lliat lacks moisture grows pale looking and soon forms wrinkles. "The American complexion" is (best treated, by applying -pure mercqjued wax, causes the faded, lifeless cuticle to [Jake off'In minute par- ticles, a little each day, until the fresh, young BkJn beneath is wholly in evidence; Every druggist.has this wax; one'ounce ia sufficient. Spread qn at night cold, cream, washing it off next, morning. For wrinkles, dissolve an ounce oE powdered euohte in a hair nint witch hazel; 'bathe the face in this. Im- mediately every wrinkle Is affected, even tho deeper lines. Both treat- ments -are remarkable facial rojuven- STOP CATARRH! OPEN j NOSTRILS AND HEAD 1 S.TK Cram Applied In Noilrils ReHerei Hwd.ColdB at Once. It your noHtrllfl- are clogged and your bead is stuffed and you can't breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh, juat get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm at any drug atoro. Apply of ihla fragrant, anil- cream Into your nostrils 'and let ft penetrate through every your head, soothing and healing the Intiamed, swollen mucous raembrue and you get instnnt relief. Ah! Iiow good It feels. Your nos- trlls aro ppen, your, heart Is clear, no more hawking, snuffing, hlowlnc; no more drynesR or struggling Grand Pre, N.S., March funeral services ot the late Jlrs nice Borden, mother of Sir Kdberl L, Bordeii, premier of Canada, was held at her bome yesterday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Tlic services were conducted by Wolfvllle clergymen, Rev. R. F. DIxoa and Rev. G. W. Miller ,of the Church of England and Presbyterian church, respectively. Interment took place later in the old Presbyterian Ijuryiug grouud here, and Mrs. Bordcn's re- mains will rest beside those of lier husband who was buried 15 years ago. The funeral was largely- attend- ed, a special train from Halifax bringing a number of friends ot Sir Robert Borden and his family. Many floral tributes were laid on the cas- ket. The .chief mourners were Siv Hobert L. Borden, anil his brother, II. C. Borden of Ottawa. A special memorial service for tlio late Mrs. Borden will be held nt Wolf- vllle on S.unday. TANGO AN AID TO BASEBALL Connie Mack Strong for New Connie Mack lias given out a state- ment to tbe effect that be is strong [or the tango as an aid'to baee-run- that the stops HglilJy grace- ful movements of the dance help a runner develop speed flud agility. Col. Una and Barry wore the neateit, classiest dancers of the whole Atb- ctlc club last seasog, and both are, Ugiuninff on the cuaHTons. nrgu-j in 'iv hut if some plotter more dryness or struggling should stnrt the music gbinn just as for breath, Ely's Cream-Halm la juat the noble athletes are a drm- what sufferers from fcead colds and ble si eal nnd they begin to revblvi cfttnrrh need. It's a delight. Sold by trot Instead of stidliiH while Lite J. D. Hlfflnb'oLbam Co., Limited, my. wlffi 1'fJ a tlu.iibio Ic HIP erne- j guffaws, turns it into I G. Kurllior In view ul these UiiiiKS lliis I-'resfiylcry do emphatical- ly protest in lliu mime ol justice, ami of Kood government against Uiib riiiit procedure, Ihut the Premier give some Bxpluiiiition til this action uutl will lalie .such Kleins as will rectify this In so protesting the I'rrsljyUTj' as- sure.1; the Lhey'arc voic- ing a seiiliiiR'ut wliirh prevails very widely tbiouuhmiL tlic LoLbbi'itlgc ilis- UlcL J have tcau" that resolution merely to tlu'ni was a fuel- ing throughout tile district, tfvur Uiis dismissal, which it wus foil WHS not warranted. I imvu Lricd to establish JiCic today, lltnl Air. was removed reason be- ing Bivui, that an investigation was asked fur by sixty ur more petition- ei-s v.'lio felt thai he HliwHd he allow- ed lo ri'lain Ihc Hllirc, tlml this iu- vi'slifuitioii uas refused, and that Ihu transfer did not take [Mace for JIPJU- ly u month after tiiat investigation WHS asked For, HO that there was pJejjtv of tiiiH1 to liiue held an inves- tigation. jMr. IK a type of official thai any lie proud to have in its service. lie Cull attention to his office, anil has, during the whole pcnud lie lias been in the' postal survicj at Lcth- briilgo, had the iL-putaLioji of giving the public an excellent service, and courteous treatment. I do not tlihik that, the CJoveriunciil had com- ir> bctww'ii iSKfi to IfM'l about administration of the post olliei1, at 1 consider this dismiss-ill as otic: cl MIL- cold- bUjndf.-il that lias l-.ikcn jilacr since Uiis (lovt-rnmcnt cionfi into power in 1911. There u-as absiiluli-ly uu war- rant, for it, whatever, and when tlic simple request 'for an iiivrsLifiiilion was made hy their own Friends, this Government refused tu grant an in- vestigation. The statements made in that "pcLition and in the irsolution arc all Jion-parlisaii Hir.y arc not made by Liberals protesting against ilic dismissal of a Liberal, but hy Conservatives or by a representative body like the I'rcsiiyturiaii Lion Tor southern Alberta. I claim that no defence can he ofTcrcd lov tm's dismissal ami it ccitainly is no cncouragcmciiL to tlie men who cuter the postal semce to icel Unit, ufti-r i they have served the public for as V maiiy years as Mr. Iliginhulhuni .iiid liavc .si'rvifc and kcjH out oi' party politics, the) will lie bound to lose their in Ui end because, a. few van the olliccs for iricncls til tlieir-own. UK. CASCiUAIN" PKAISlia LATti P. M. afr. Ctisgrain, the Postiiiastcr-Gcn- :ral, in his reply said I now cnme to Uic case which lias jocn presented with great modulation by tin: hon. inemlicv ioi Medicine Hat (.Air. The facts arc these. When I came into the department, Mr. iliginbotham had lir.cn dismissed and It oceuircd, I believe, on Mic 13lh October. I was not sworn in on that- dale. iUy hon. friend was kind I enough to say that he does not place on my shoulders personally re- sponsibility for having removed 'Mr. Higinhotham. f believe that every- thing my lion friend has said about Mr.'HiginboblKini is true and that he was an efTicienl, It IK onJy fair and just to him that 1 should make that statement to committee. The reason for Mr. Iliginbotham's remov- al from office is a reason which was given as a goon and sulficicnt reason in times gone- by before this Admin- istration came into poiver. It is that the post olficc was removed to a new building, antl the incumbent of the of- fice up bo tliat date was removed from office nnd another postmaster was appointed. Oi course, as my hon. friend says, I am not personally re- sponsible for the removal of Mr. Higinhotham or for the appointment of his successor. ConfUiuuonally, 1 am obliged to take the responsibility for the removal. I do -not know "whe- ther my hon. friend is quite correct when he says that an investigation was asked for because the facts as staled had been accomplished. There seems to he some difference 01 opin- ion between my hon. friend and my- self as to the date oi the removal of the postmaster. According to the in- formation which 1 .have, the postuu.5- tcr was removed and replace'd on the, .15tli October, ll'hon this deputation came to Ottawa Ihc. postmaster'had been removed and his successor had been appointed. The only reason for his removal, as far as I can asoer- Uin, was the change in the public building. There no necessity for an investigation. I do not for one moment to say that 1 am not constitutionally responsible for this removal, but the deputation came afc a time when 1 was absent, because L had to he elected to this .House. As far-as I am concerned, the rule laid down .by the. right lion, tlic lender ..of the Government will he followed hy me, that no ollicer in my department will be-removed unless" there is a good and IjufTlcient cause for his re- noval, and unless an investigation is lielil which will prove that such a cause exists. MR, BUCHANAN'S REPLY Mr. Uuchanan I am not holding the present PostniasJer-Gejicral re- sponsible, but I do horn the Govern- ncnt responsible, because the facts of this case were presented to the mem- bers oF the government, and the pol- cy ol tha Government lias been an- nouncpil in times past. It has been announced by the Prime Minister titat ;ood and sullicient reasons must be oficrcd before an official shall be re- moved. In tins parliculaiL case there were no reasons of any kind, hut this ;eutleniaii was removed in the face of -he fact that prominent and influen- ial Conservatives in the. city of Lcthbridge believed that the removal ol Mr. Hifiinbothani a credit to the Government that they ssnt a deputation down here to Qt- lawa to wait upon tlic Government i and protest against it. They cnme licrc on October 13, and Interviewed Ihc Government, anil it was not un- til November 23 that the change, took place. Dtrriiii; interval between Ocinlic-i and Nn.omhpr 2.'l Die in- vestigation could have held if tlio Uuvuriimiiiit hnd hcvii At the opi'iimg of the Jlou.su this 1 moved lor the production of papers in fionuccliun ivilh Mr. No papers have been produced. AK I undcii'tinid it, there arc no papers in existence; The dismissal simply look place through the (illation of the PoslmaNtcr-ficjittnir to some ollicial when the new post ollice WUK ready a new iniHimaKii'i' should be put in charge. That IK what I un- derstand from flic information given to members of the deputation who visik-d Ottawa lo ask that an inves- lignlicM claim that Lhu CiovcL'nniL-iii, is responsible for ihe (JiKinissal utul that Its attitude in re- to this matter is an entire con- Iratlicliun of the announcement of the (Prime Minister in lo Hie ptil- i icy of the CloviTiimeiii, which is that Iguod and sufficient, reasons must be j oflercd before- an tillicial is dismissed. ia statt'iucnt. has bei-n made als that whcie a member, or ninmbcrs, j supportinf.1; the Covurnmcnt on the oilier side of llio 1 lon.su ask for a I dismissal it will he made. Hut no member has asked Tor tlic dismissal ol this gentleman, it "was not asked for by ilic defeated candidate, it was asked Ioi" In the head of the iu l.cth- jdi... the (Jovernnipn j nounced by the Piinic .Minister. SPECIAL NOTICE TO LETHBRIDGE FOLKS We wish to announce wa are ex- clusive Lelli bridge agents for the simple mixture of butkiliorn bark, j etc., known as j This remedy ig tlic most Tii-IOHOUGH j bowe! we ever sold. It is so powerEul that ONE SPOOXfU-L re- lieves almost ANY CASH of concilia- tion, sour or gassy stonu.ch. Adlcr- i-lca never gripes, ia safe lo use and tlie INSTANT action is J. D. Higinbntham Co., Limited, CONTINUED KUOM FRONT JJAGI3 house holoiiKinu; to (i. W. Heather- I shaw, but a party of fire lighters had Ijifcii stiitioned on this place, and willi ivet cloths beat out the incipi- I wit IlaiiK's. the cast wall of the hotel collapsed a ureat mass of and HatneH ,sbot into the air jiind for a IVY.- minutes il nnpmcil as if the entire IOWH was to be, burned j up. Ilig lumps of burning wuod were j carried on tlic Ijroezo, u-Jiitrli at (his 1 .time bad grown stronger, right across. tbe street and over n. vacant, folocK and set lire to this roof of the post j iolliec and a dcpartincntal store' liiiildfiif; ocfujiiwl Ormil