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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ri'iday, Febritai'y 21,1013. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page S POST OPENE FFICES ON The Associated Boards of Trade Executive Passed Resolution to That Effect tea at Its best Its garden freshness and finh flavour ar� protected by the sealed lead packet, which keeps the goodness in, and all contamination out. 072 BLACK, MIXED�"^^,S S, Sd in the ^'''^ ' ago the practice of house was rmally decided, he asked in -^"^ .f '""^7'' .''^ ' , , Z hi '''^^'''^ whether they ,mces open on Sunday the usual way for the "yeas and ?f"P~"\V ,dso^^^^^^ ial tor a campaign put nays." The members to the right ['Tu uL ^ vn!^^-^'-e country, and there was no redress. He should pass juds; S into every right. , , , .,, , ^ , . ''ff'' ,fn' .uchand^their Place of, employment cn the n^atter up with the idea oi^^^:^'^ iVr'Sd b^l^lf 5'^oStrZ^'Z1^^^ bo remote from the post office that having the legislation set aside is in-' iourned short! rafter tie order for icniain am theironly opportunity to obtain their :dieati^,,,at%he legislation is , ^"1^ ^ ^ nS^ SwhS ^ mail is on a'Sunday, or firraers who , generally accepted, sire engaged throughout the week and ifind Sunday, when they drive iato itovn with their families to attend church the only convenient time to call at the post office for mail.with-, out a less of time,that is to them .Valuable; now, therefore, he it "Resolved, by the executive of the (Associate Boards of Tra.de of Southern Alberta, that � the Postmaster-General he requested- to consider the advisability of the authorization or legalising ot the opening of the corridors of post oflioes in cities and large towns in Southern Alberta, and such other sections of Western Canada as may deSire it, foe not exceeding two hours on Sunday morningH lor the convenience of holders of,boxes, and that pbsttoasters .bo instructed to provide for deslivery of mall, �both letters and packages, at OFFICIAL REPORT ON MEXICAN DEATHS Mexico City, Feb. 20.-Felix Diaz today denied responsibility for the execution of Gustavo Madero and Adolfo Basso, superintendent of the National Palace, Thc,offlclal report on 'the deaith of Gustavo Madero says:, "He was being removed from one part of the arsenal to another when he made a dash for liberty; Th� ofRc ers in charge fired at him and Killed bim." Adolfo Basso, an old man, was kill ed Inside the rebel lines, Juano Zanchez Azoona, piivate secretary of Francisco Mad'er, and Jesus the; TJrefca, Madero's chief supporter in .the general delivery window for not �x-| Chamber of Deputies, were added to cesding one hour of said time; and Uhe list of prisoners yesterday. They said that counsel for Mr. Miller had stated that the witness had never made the statement contained in the question jiut to him by the speaker. "To hon. genticmon opposite," he said, "the libprty of the siibjer t may ...........__________^ ________ ______ be a trifling matter. They think they was tlie program for the day, not state wlietlier or not'the "wording ol ; should take the,word cf members, and having been reached. the resolution was in agreement with ; not look into the evidence. The mean- After the motion had been adopted the statement made by the prisoner est court of the land would give time Mr, Miller was again brought to the before the committee. 1��'^ '"to such a question. Ccm- bar and informed'of tlie sentence that I The speaker ruled that the Pugsley ."1�� decency demanded that the �had been passed. He bowed liis head antendmcnt was a direct negative of House should take a reasonable time in acknowledgement and retired. He ths previous motion, though covered to consider this matter." will spend the night within the pre- i up by verbiage, and was out of or-1 Mr. Pugsley then suggested to the cincts of parliament and be transfer-;,dei;. Jie it further "Resolved, that this association en-idorses and co-operates with the Associated Boards of Eastern British Co- bad escaped from the city In an automobile during the upheaval at the National 'Palace but were.captured between here' and the coast,' In Ancient Mexico, so highly esteemed were cocoa beans, that they were used as money. v 150 average-sized cocoa beans equalled about sixpence. The high value placed upon chocolate was well deserved. Neither coffee, tea nor milk can offer the food value round in well-made cocoa.  Lowney's Gocoa is simply cocoa at its best. Its fine; full "flavor is 8killfuUy~coaxdd out of 4he . world's choicest cocoa beans by careful roasting, blending, grinding, watching. Lowney's is a splendid and delicious food,drink. As it is absolutely pure and free from excess oil-iness, it is assimilated readily. Made in our spic-and-span Montreal factory, Lowney's Cocoa comes to you freshly tinned. Sold by grocers. In tins-10c to 50c sizes. The WelJer M? Loivney Co., of Canada, Limited, Montreal ' Alberta Branch, Cadosan Ciock, Calgafyj ' . " red to the county jail in the morning. The matter created great interest Mr. Pugsley continued to and insisted on a decision of the throughout the session. When Mr. Miller was brought house as to the speaker's . ruling Prime Minister the desirability of ad-object ' journing the debate. Mr. Borden replied that it would p-robably not he wise to do so just at this juncture, as other members would probably want to speak. Mr. Pugsley went on to quote from the evidence given bstore the committee, with the object oC showing that the witness had not said that the $41,000 was spent to s^ecure government business. His Instructions "to get what business he could." The question put to him by the Speaker, he said, "sums up what Mr. Miller did not swear to, and adds an inference which could not be justi- which, however, was upheld, in 1 The speaker declared the Middle-he answered by rcrjuiring the privilege horo motion carried and Miller and of having his counsel with him and his counsel withdrew, of having the counsel address the Mr. Middleboro then addressed the house alter he had made a statement, house. He said he felt that the mcm-This request was granted and Mr. ber tor St. � John, Mr. Pugsley, sure-Miller proceeded. He said he wished ly did not appreciate his position to withdraw part of the statement when he placed the word of a mem-that had been made by his former ber of the house against that of a counsel, Mr. George Kidd, two days man at the bar, and it was not only ago. One reason stated why he de- the word of a member of the house clined to answer the question was but he would point out to the mem-M^isd by the evidence taken before the that it would incriminate him. Ilu ber for St. John that every word of .committee, said'he had not used his counsel to the evidence on \yhich the question make any such statement and that was based had been placed on Han-he had no fear that anything he said sard. It was not a pleasant duty,fchab wouid incriminate him. His main he was called upon to perform, but reason for declining was that he had he would point out. that it v^/as the litigation in tlie courts at Montreal duty.of every member to uphold the which must inevitably be a(!Tected by honor of the court in the first douain-�a statement to the house. He had no. ion of the empire, intention of being defiant and he de- . . Called to Time clared that he had done nothing that At tliis point Sir Wilfrid Laurier in any vvay affected the public of took ob.joction, derhahdjng that Mr. Canada. � . � Middleboro should read at once the He proceeded to state that enemies motion on which he was speaking, on the board of the company with} After some delay,' Mr." Middleboro, which lie had been connected were j read his motion, which was to the working; against him, not for the par- effect that Mr. Miller gave no answer pose of getting an accounting, but by'to .the question put to him and that taking advantage oi techniciilities of ; his r-etusal to answer constituted a extorting money from him. - l/breaoh of the privileges of parliament Mr. Meighen objected .that the pris-'and was contempt of the house, and oner was not answering the nuestion that he therefore he committed to put and the speaker ruled it was not the common jail of Carleton county permissible to enter into any history until .such time as' the house ordered oner at the bar ivcfe based upon an improper assumption of facts. He said his lawyer had objected and they ishould take these objections in to consideration. "It is beneath the die nlty of this house," said Mr. Carvell, "to send him to jail like a common �felon. We are not living in Russia, but in a civilized country." V^'. H. .Stevens, of Vancouver, rose to ask a question, but Mr. Carvell refused to let bim put it, declaring that he had the floor, and Mr. Stevens could speak after he '\va,s through. Continuing, Mr. Carvell said he was not old enough to remember the family compact, but his grandfather was. It was a small thing then to send a man to jail. He doubted the juTls-diction of the House to coroiTiit him to jail. and informed that ho would be removed to the jail. He bow.ed and retired in custody of the Sergeant-at-Arms. The House rose at 11.45. PECULIAR USES FOR PARCELS POST .Spokane, Wash., Feb. 20.-An unwrapped silver dollar was sent by parcel post from the .Spokane office to Mrs. Klton Davis, of Bevier, Mo., by j. f;. Bowcn, 120frJ Monroe St.. The address was pasted on one side of the dollar and a one-cent parcel post stamp on tlic other. When the unattended and unwrapped com was picked up in the post ortice the super- intendents gathered around and eyedi He believed that they could the money suspiciously, thinking an:-. Mr. Crockett said the only thing to coni-ider was what to do �'.vlth Mr. Miller for his deliberate refusal to answer questions. Can Be Released Mr. F, B. Carvell, Carleton, said the questions which were asked the pris- keep him in the confines of the House, but they had nothing to say about jail, Mr. Lancaster asked: "What will happen if he is in prison?" Mr. Carvell said he could be released by habeas corpus, \ , Mr. Lancaster continued: "Who could release him?" "Any superior court," was the reply. "Oh, get out!" said Mr. Lancaster. In closing, Air, Carvell said that there would be no havm done to defer judgment fcr a few days. It was not a public question. The Conservative party was not reaponeiblo for this case, but the chairman of the house accounts' committee. He pleaded for a delay in action. � �> Arthur .Meiehen, Hugh Guthrie, Mr. Doherty, and others spoke, a-fter which the Premier and Sir Wilfrid Laurier closed the debate. , � The prisoner was then brought in employee wgis trying, to perpetrate a joke. On investigation the dollar proved to he inoftensive and genuine^ the address was plam and all rules had been complied with. The dollar-; was placed Mn a large bag with laundry, shoes, washers and pretzel^ and started on its trip to Missouri. �,; A, tew banks of Spokane have employed, the parcel post as an adjunct of theiri savings departments and many .out-of-town patrons are sending their deposits by mail, enclosed in small met-; al banks. .1 ; ; CHARGE AFFECTED HIS HEART , Nev^ York, Feb. 20.-^Police Captain-Frederick E. Martins, who was recent-? ly accused by ths gambler, James Pur-cell, before the aldermanlc police investigating committee, of having ac-, cepted graft, died suddenly today. Ho-' was m his 60'th year and death,-was due; it was stated, to natural causes.;;; Purcell is, now in jal! on tho'eharge-' of murdering his daughter. � j of such transactions. Notwithstanding the speaker's ruling, there was considerable bickering his release or until prorogation. Mr.- Pugsley took further exception. He contended that such a motion on both sides of the house over this must have two days' notice given, point, members of the government, The speaker ruled otherwise, though siding with the speaker's ruling, Lib- there was considerable stormy debate orals contending that Miller should) he ^between'the two parties over the permitted to go on with the cxplana-'minor point. tion as he pleased. Finally, tlie speak- Mr. .Middleboro then continued and er sent a copy of ths question to the said that Miller had been subpoened Prcn.'ier and his counsel, thus inti- ijctore the public accounts coramit-maling that a direct answer was tee. ,He did not answer this sub- i poena. lie was broaght in that he This brought from Miller that- he -shouLd appear before the bar. Wlien was not prepared at tlw moment to he did appear, he was �s':cl why hci answer the question of the house and had not, answered the summons and! would like to give his reason for not said he was sick. Hie was asked why doing so. , I he did not have the� courtesy to tell iprcmier Borden moved that the wit-' them that^ His only answer was that ncss ho allowed to give his statement he. did not do it. Mr. Middleboro but that he be instructed by. ths heid that action had already been chairman that it was not to be an. brought against Uiirn aiid'he: had lost occasion of attacking personalities', [and there was an appeal now Pending Mr. Miller tlien proceeded to .saiy j so tliat, any statement' he did n�ke that he would not have nJadc any j how could.'not afidtit'the: case, references to the case had not so,' Mr. Middleboro snid that if a man unfavorable publicity - been could.come before the public accounts j thrust upon hiin. He would like to committee and block all husiness by, do it in his own way in order to saying to answer would hurt Ids pri-| clear up any suspicion there might ^v�te affairs, they might as well, bo that he was taking action to pro-� cl^se up., 3t came down, he said, to , tecl himself oy some one connected a question of as-scrting the honorable with the previous government. He and ancient priyilfc^eS'of the house, said he had already stated on his Ho said ".that thev had'befcn'dened by oath that he had never paid any ni'On- the witness and they m'ust'show th,it ey to any Senator, member of tlie the house wa.s suprenii;, ' He quoted house of commons, or any olTicer of rnmiy precedents in the British par- ' the government, and.; he would say Uamentary procediire 'to show that | again that he had neycr given any men iiad been sent 10 jail tor con-j remuneration to a sonat'or, mombor tempt, of parliameht' and also read j of the parliament or'anv,p(ricer of tho from such in authbrltj'- ais Bourinot, 1 government. He claimed that he was .fie, also quoted.seVeral similar cases an honest man, th.at he could not ju (,hf5 early history of Canada, conscientiously :;oIlpw- amy other, ^Mr. Middleboro said that as they course than ho had .taken; and that hC;|^ ^^x%Mt to impose senteuoo. the felt liny of the honorable gentlcmeu county jail was the place to send him. beJoro Iiim, ifiplacert in t'le.sam'o po- h" said .he-had no hesitation in say-sition, would: do likewise. Ho would I esnectfullv rnMnBct f , I '^""r'lng that-the motion was perfectly le-; wXrlw'\h Teftloiv andts"^^^^^^^^ him from custody. ' dischaige _ .^^re going to uphold the dignity of His Lawyer Mr A, E. Harvey, K. C, of Montreal, his counsel, next -address3d the house. He said lio.desired to cull attention to , the fact that tiie quc^> tion, as put to his client, had put words in his mouth lhat'.ho had never uttered. I-Ic had stated 'ta' tho" the. house, Mr. PugBley Replies  .Hon. ,Wm. Pugsley - � said this was BUo'b an ipaportant question that It' should .'-be TdeJorred. for ia couple of days. He'said they should have props n rpgtfrd for the subject,-and shouldv bb',v*''^'cnre�ul what they did. Par-Jlament 'was thc hlfehost court of the Staple and Fancy Groceries Canned Fish Bloaters 'iKi* Tvio tins .....y"^^' Cove Oysters OKim per tin .....',, ^'^^ Flaked Cod Fish �>A,r� per tin Finnan Haddles -t k,, , per tin .,..... Lobster 'Wg* per tin ....... Lobster, small t>flir' tin..............-"^ Sardines, Canadian in Oil & Tomatoes k,-^ per tin '^^ Sardines, King Oscar- : per tin 15c; or o,";^. Two for ......r'^'-' Cod Fish In two pound box 'X^c each ......... FRESH . VEGETABLES Lettuce ; . Per pound ?^'^' Tomatoes ' O-X/. � Per pound .. � 15c Per pound ,.... Potatoes, per, . ttsjj*' 100 pounds .... "^^^ . Carrots . (ii>f> � Per pound ....y'^^*' Turnips, l-lAp '� Per pound ...f:/^^* Cabbage Ai;>^. . Per pound .... Onions . / aif Per pound Special for Friday and Saturday ORANGES-Sweet and juicy,, guamnteed free from frost, ' per dozen....................... "WV RED MolNTOSH.APPLES-These are the best eating apples on the market;- ''Only fifty boxes left. -Special at per box............____...... Crosse and ' Blackwell's WJ^Inuts, per ^0^.^ bittle ____i... Mixed per Iftj* �bottle ........^'^ OnionB, per , J^O^*, bottle ____ H cmz s Euchred,- per . ^ bottle ....... Sweet Midgets, Par bottle ... Sweet Mixed ' Per bottle ... 40c. 50c. 50c Ghow Ghow - Red Cross Sour Mixed o^J^^j Sweet-Mixed- � ^(Jj* Per bottle Per bottle Sundries Jelly powder, assorted > fcT......... 25c' - Baking Powder 15c. 20o 25c, 40o, 50c and 90o. :: per tin. Essences, best quality;;-all flavors, per.otiA- ; bottle ........ Olives, assorted, 'stuff- isoTo"."!^'.'' CoffeeV; ground fresh,- , per pound. ea,, ; 40c and ..... ^"^ Scrubbing . .; ^�>Kn ">'; Brushes...... ^^^'^ ^  25c Brushes;.-.;.,.. -1 Nail Brushes 1 5c,.10c. and ... Brooms,' (Wo 60c,.6O0 and, Silver . ' , ; Polish ....... Electro-Silicon OXn � . Two,for r^y,,; Wellington-;Knife ."J(>i . j 3 bars........ 1' Baby's Own; 3 ojtrt cakes in: box ... ""^ � Castile, large 35Ct bars ....... ' * " We call for orders and deliver goods to all parts xif#{ city. Phone 515.' ' ' '''^ L C. TEEFLE Doniinion Block, 4th Ave. Opposite 4rf ;