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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACiR EIGHT THE LFTHnRmfTE DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBniLAIW 2. 1U21 CASE BEING HEARD IN WHERE now holds and refutes to deliver thn uiortfacos and nnteK. The plain. IHT i-lalmu that, the consideration of tho' said mortgage having failed, Is entitled to a reeission of the AKree- ment to bofruw tho said money and a delivery of the wld mortgage to be cancelled. The defendant denies tho plaintiff's claim. A Slight Ripple Iu the cuso of Mrs. SchwurU It Is claimed for lior that Ihn nlgnaturea to tho iiHirtsage aud notes wero ob- tained without her being made aware as to the purport, Thoy wera not ex- plained. The first was Mrs. Schwartz who was still in the box when Ibo court adjourned for lunch. In reply to iTOSs-eiaminaUon by Mr. Bennett, he elicited from her that she signed the notes and mortgage to enable her husband to ytart iu business in a general store, iu paying the whole- mission was obtained from Judge "do wVth fl" Tho .infoiwn mi 10 no Dusincbs w mi, between counsel and Mr. Johnstone, Jaclison for tins. 1 he ilefeuto op- ,ho bank. Guerin of the' posed the decision, and. when it was liaDiiity !lB thw, had ot m Array of Talent Bugy of JohD8toilCi HltcW Wll tor Trying to Untangle Some Annlo and WillUm Schwarta, 0. P. Harris for Joseph Schwurtm. O. K. j Moffut of is appearing for W. Finances case of Schwa-rU vs Guerlu, which for BOIUC time has been before the public, camo up lor hearing at the civil sittings of Ihe Supreme Court Wednesday morning before Mr. Justice Tves without a Jury. Applica- tion had been made by -Counsel for Schwartz. Mr. C. K. Harris, to have R. Brock and Plaintiffs Case On behaif of Joseph Schwartz, his ounsel Mr. Harris stated to the 'tnir' previous to HUS his client was in the butcher business at Milk Klver. In May 191S he mot Guorin, who was then cashier of tho Farmers' and Merchants' Dank. Sweet Grass, the case tried -with a jury, and per-, la June of the year the Stool Pigeons To Enforce Dry Law Hit By Dnury Ontario Premier Says Act Can't Enforced That Way- Get PubUe Sympathy TORONTO, 2. Premier Drury's bitter condemnation of the employment of stool pigeons to secure evidence for prosecutions m the On- tario Temperance Act cases was the chief feature of this morning's ses- sion of tho cornmi'teo appointed by taken to the Appellate Court, it was ruled against on the grouud that the case was too complicated iu its rehi- turn lor notes given by Irhn. Subse- iliiently there was u transaction be- tween the parties in which the plain- iarislns from, the latter saving that f18 to consider the work- Mr. Bennett had repeated a statement ms. ot Ontario Temperance Act, which tho witness had not made. Mr. and suggest possible amendments. tion to mortgages and lien notes to ,iff with JS.OOO on be tried by a jury. In connection with ilis IloU. tlu, llotc bocame due, 1ha case, oil the institution of .Mr. Wn3 a renewal for Joseph Schwartz, the plaintiff iu on rlght at the site Of drilling, which the Germans will be invited, p0r this, the United Oils asks 6, T and g cents per thousand cubic feet, on a sliding scale, according to the total amount of gas taken and the quanti- ties purchased in winter and summer months. The proposal intimates that it will be possible for the gas company to pay these prices at the well head in the Foremost field, and which would necessitate the construction of a subsidiary line from the main line to the fleldi without largely increas- ing the price of gas. conference, but the allies and Ger- many can adjust the method and time of the payments. It is even probable, it is stated, that the IZ per cent, tax on Germany's, right off with fingers. Doesn't hurt a i affidavit purporting to be under the! exports, provided for in the Paris bit. I Dower Act. The mortgagee procured terms, may be altered by the con- Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of R- E. Glunblozier. purporting to be ''Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, I OUT 0'ORDER j STOMACHS 1 a notary public in the State Mon- _...... ..___ to certify that the plaintiff and or corn between the toes, and calluses, j hia wife took oath before him, where- as in fact the said Dunblozier was not present when the plaintiff nor when his signed the said affidavits, nor j did they ever sirear to it before Irlm. I It is on behalf the plain- tiff that the. said mortgage should not be registered or used except on the condition that the money should be advanced to tile plaintiff. This money, it is claimed, was never ad- vanced, ijnd the defeant on strength of the false affidavit of Boyce and false' certificate, of Dunblozler'did pro- i cure (fee mortgage to be registered In tbs Lands Titles office of South' era Alberta.' It was further that at the time of signing the said mortgage the plaintiff also executed at the request of the defendant a promissory note for This money, it is claimed, was never advanced to tie) plaintiff. There was a further sum of on signing of mortgage and execution of promissory note which, it is alleg- Indigestion, Acidity, Sourness and Gases ended with "Pipe's Diapepsin" ,J The moment you eat a tablet or two of Pane's all the lumps ot indigestion pain, the sourness, heart- [HUT. iiihl helching of gases, duo to acidity, wonderful! Millions of people know that it is 10 be bothered with indiges- tion, dyspepsia or a disordered stom- ach. A few tablets ot Pane's Diapep- sin neutralize acidity and give relief at waiting! Buy a box of Pape's Diapepsln now! Don't stay dyspeptic! Cry to regulate your stomach so you can eat favorite foods without causing distress. The cost is so little. The benefits so vertisement. French proposal, advanced for the nur- ed, the plaintiff has not received. Wants Mortgages Cancelled The plaintiff saj-a that tha afore- said mortgages and promissory notes were executed and delivered for the purpose that the defendant was to endeavor to raise money by nego- tiation or salo and to divide the pro- ceeds among the plaintiff's creditors. This it is claimed not done and BRING THIS PROGRAM WITH YOU. FRANK WADDINGTON'S BLACK AND WHITE PIERROTS Si Anpstin's H4 Feb.U at 8.15 PROGRAM "Oh, We're Here in Evervhorlv fh' Herrette and Chorus Humorous Pierrot Frank and Chorus HonE Ma Duskey llaid" Pierrptto "Oh By Jingo" 'enette Colpman "The Wee Little House' Thai Von Live y Pianoforte Solo-Rachmaninoff's PrT My Paterson and Chorus OpauijiK Fair and Old-fanhlonefl Wives" Humorous Vi.-'-----. Song and Love Everybody Indian Love Lyric Oaimia (with obligate by Pierrot'Oeo'ff Waddineton) From Yorkshire" Pierrptln rnlnm-ii. Violin Maria" '..............Pierrot WaSfeS and Eileen Waddlngton and Know Where the Flies Frank Medley (introducing "Love' and GOD SAVB TIIE KING and Eileen SPECIAL SETTINGS AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS HARRY CAREY AT THE' COLONIAL TONIGHT Managing Director of United Oils May Apply for Provin- cial Act to Effect Why the tramp has not been used more often iu the drama and on the screen as a sympathetic character is quito a puzzle after one has Been Harry Carey portray the amiable knight of the road in a recent feature, "Overland and tha title role in his present production, "Sundown which to be shown at the Colon.ial theatre today and Thursday. hobo character has been used for many years, but always for com- edy relief, and never to be taken seri- ously. H. Herbert Knibbs, popular novelist, has tramped the roads and j by-ways to get material for his stor- !ies; he has eaten chow with the tat- tered wanderers, has sat by their campflres and exchanged stories, and [has ridden the brake-beams on many occasions to get tho proper atmos- phere for his novels. Harry Carey, according to the au- thor, is the ideal portrayer of this character on the screen. Others have tried to depict the tramp in pictures, but none has been successful in mak- ing the character anything but a carl- Thc latest proposition to face the anticipated gas situation comes from Calgary, in the proposal of a plan in which .the city of Calgary is to apply to the Alberta legislature for a pro- vincial act whereby the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co.'a transmis- sion line is to be made a "common carrier." The comes from Mr. De- venish, managing director of United Oils. Ltd., for the constructing ot a subsidiary line from tho Foreniost gas fields, where the company has hold- ings; this lino, to be built and financed by the gas company for the certainly is wonderful how purpose o! supplying gas to the mam the right meAMne win gat a i ne, and so providing against the peraon to feeling right agaln., 5ald threatened gas shortage. G. A. Almanofsky, of 456 15ti An., The Oils, Ltd., has been ne. Vancouver, B.C., well-known motor gotijting with the gas company to mechanic for the Province Motor Co. obtain a contract for the sale of gas I from its holding: has so far been Fine Results He Got From Taking Tarlac Was More Than He Expected. at Foremost, but unsuccessful. The gas company itself holds leases in the Foremost dri Co. "About a year ago I first noticed my stomach was getting out of order and I kept getting worse right along until I got to where I could hardly a ,A UIILU i fcut LU Niiere i couia naraiy ui Z1 eat anything without suffering from ill there jubt prior to the question indigestion. I couldn't eat much, Harry Carey, the popular western nctcir. In ".Sundttwn at the Co- ionicil tonifcr'n Ifcursduy. sometimes the smell of food would make me so sick I couldn't eat any- thing, and .when I did eat a little it jjust seemed to turn to gft's. I liad a burning sensation from the pit of my stomach clear up into my throat, and the gas bloated me up until I could hardly breathe and caused a terrible pain in my side. I had headaches nearly all the time, sometimes was al- most blind with them, and I was so nervous I couldn't get a good night's sleep. I always started my day's work so tired I could hradly move and sometimes I was constipated for sev- eral days at H time. i "Hearing so much about Tanlac, I decided to try It and'the way it helped me was the surprise of my life. After taking only one bottle my digestion was gone and now 1 seem to eat enough for two men and never have the least pain or distress ot any kind. I never have a headache, am not nerv-1 ous any more, sleep like a log every night and get up mornings ready for' a hearty breakfast and a bU day's' work. In fact, Tanlae has relieved all my troubles, made mo feel just like I i wanted to feel, and I want to say Taniac Is the medicine I Intend to use In my home, from now on." Tanlao Is noid In by ,T, I D. Iliginbotham ft Co., Limited, drug- cature. Canty iiinkcs him human. "Orerlaud lied" was such a tremen- dous success and so mniiy requests cuaM to Carey for another tramp story that Universal secured tbti rights to "Sundown Slim" for the u( the popular star. COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE BACK TO FRIDAY NIGHTS AT COLONIAL Tho popular Country Vodvil Nite will bo staged on Friday night at the Colonial theatre. Manager Lon .Brawn will personally conduct the fun on Friday night this week, and stated today that he intends to make this week's event ou Friday night the big- gest and best yet. A special effort will be made to Introduce a host of new novelties and laughs galore, and tho prize list will exceed any previous- ly offered. Patrons are requested to remember the change in the -nrght from Thurs- day to Friday in future. An early at- tenduec at the theatre on Friday nlnht will likely be nemsiarr, am! a rocord crowil Is expected. MUST IE WEDDED TO DRAMATIC No Action Until Marriage, Says Dor- othy at King's. Dorothy dish, the peppy little screen comedienne, believes u good motion picture shouldn't end with marriage, but should begin with It. "The French say, you ox- plained Miss Gish recently, "that, no possible drama can happen in the life of a perfectly Rood young girl. Her tragedies consist In having; someone copy her favorite dress and someone ulse not Inviting her to the party. The I nal story of her life beflus n lib I With this Idea in mind, Mis? CUh made it tuwlalty of portniyinv the younf inurrlvd woman on lh> IK.TMU. However, tho Glsb Idea has mil jlwen to expound tho problems of mn.; rfuKU, or even dlsciiM minimum In salary upon which two young folks today can take the plunge. Her pit- tures treat of the tunny side of the llttlo tragedies and comedies of newly wwlded bliss. "Flying her lat- est comedy-romance, will the fea- ture! attraction at tho Kind's thoulru today and Thursday. James Ronnie is the leading man, and tho story was adapted from HU original by Virginia Withey. Jlichard j Jones, latu of the Mack SannetrforcuB, {directed the picture. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative accept "California" Syrup of for the name California on package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physio for the little stomach, liter and bowels. Children love its fruity taste. Full directions on each You must Bay Advertisement. Striking Picture Empress Today For Last runes COLONIAL-TONIGHT AND THURSDAY THE KING OF ALL WESTERN ACTORS In hit very lateit tpccial production "SUNDOWN SUM" You'll enjoy newest Harry Carey picture, with Happy Harry Carey the "knight pf the road." Alto Alto Alto "PIRATE GOLD" WORLD'S NEWS "DILL'S WIFE" Latett Epltode EVENTS Comedy SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION TONIGHT SCREEN SNAPSHOTS A new thing for Lethbridge. Intimate plcturct of the private lives of well-known movie stars, and peept behind the studio scenet. 40c; Children lOc. BACK TO THE POPULAR NIQHT Fri. Night-Country Store Vodvil Nite Len Brown'promlses a real old-time bang up-to-the-minute carnival of laughter and prlzet. BIGGER THAN EVER BEFORE. JANICE WILSOM in. 'MAURICE TOURNEUR'SftoductM WHITE CIRCLE A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE A soul-stirring filmizatlon of "The Pavililon on the the world-famous romance by Robert Louis Stevenson. HERE TOMORROW And Balance of Week A WORD TO THE WISE SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT. HIS ARMY OF ADMIRERS NEVER DIMINISHES BECAUSE HE NEVER FAILS TO WIN! prtitnts WILL] FABNUM IN The Adventurer' A stirring story wherein a ro- mantic, ragged hero wins his way to fame and fortune and also hit fair lady't heart, be- cause his arm It strong and his tplrlt Wrltten by E. Lloyd Sheldon. Staged by J. Gordon Edwards. At Emprex Tomorrow and Balance of Week K I INGS (Late House of Quality Pictures. _ TONIGHT TOMORROW A gingery, jaz- zery, just-wed romance that shoots high in the air and ex- plodes with fun DOROTHY GISH Her hutband was one of those braid- minded men. Didn't ask HIS bride to slave around a kitchen. Wanted her to have i "career" of her own. So she tgok up with a teach- er too handsome for routine work. And Now Hubby swears that a wife's place Is home! Big Amateur Contest Tonight COME AND HEAR THE YOUNG LETHBRIDGE TALENT. ;