Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
LOCAL 1W THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD in PACK or UVK LOCAL MONDAY, FKBIUJAUY 1921 UETHWUlXiE, ALBEHTA. Bergdoll Millionaire Draft Dodger, And Stecher, His Chauffeur, Used Names Of Milk River and New Dayton Hen tda Under Names of Riggs and Johnson, and Are Now in Germany Secured Passports From Can- which was lust and was touud somo months after, Schwartz swore that it was UK given to him with top of it torn off and w.tn tbe Milk River, Aucuat 25t.h on It. He mid (bat he did yot notice the date at tie time, Ihougb he had the con- Au interesting tench of local color I and persiied in wyUe that if injected in the recent discovery ill! August 2Sth a falM formally ot" drover C. Beredull. f am-j To show that he did not sign oiu millionaire draft evader, in that it; and note, or tie re- on 35th Schwajtl swore ievelopes that ho used Canadian paw- to get into Oermany by .way of England and Holland. This informa- J ion is contained in dispatches from Eberkach, Germany, where Bergdoll the Monday he out butchering on ene part of the day for oac lleery. CMnael obtained from him the fact that on the Saturday 1'Ofttrs aro bein distributed ailvurtibiug the iuter-provinclal wocd traki. Thu traiu starts tm its southern AlberU tour at Medicine Hat on Ktbnury SI, reaching Lethbridge on Febru- ary 2u and litiishing at Grauuili on March S, and 'hisTliauBe'SrT'iwac'itetclierr are, previous he had a lawsuit against Deerr, tnd statement of claim residing. Bergdoll'H passport M.493 and is issued in the numbered' given the latter on that day by George Charles Riggs. aged 35. an ag- riculturist, boru at Milk River. Al- lierta. Stetcher's passport is number- ed and i.s made out Jeremiah .lohnson, agc.d 40 name ot Mr- Elton to vrhom Deery was point- out. at Milk River. "And yet you On account of the moccasin dancf of the St. Patrick's ladies, tbe hockey game announced between l.ethbrldge and Pincher Creek for Tuesday night jwill not Im played until Wednesday [nighi. Tlio game will commence at S o'clock ami a big crowd is wanted. LelhbridRo is still lighting for Its place in Lhe loiiguy with a .shade less .Thance of getting to the top than 1 B'nirmore has of holding that posi- I tion, so a win for l.ethbridge is neefl- ed. Piucher Creek has some fast 'stick handlers and skaters on its linc- I up and tho team is likely to makt; Lethbridfe step. Tho gamu is bound An open air swimming pool for the to bo interesting, in view of the corn- north side was recommended at Jlou- Kanie Friday night with Coleman. G. W. V. A. STILL ASKINt; KOR PHOTOS OK THOSE j WHO KELL IN BATTLE Quito ;L few .ihulogftiphs of suIUii'r.s i who to war from Al- borU Hiul who wore or who died from wniiiulp have Mien recoivud by the G. W. V. A. in answer to their up- 1 peal Iiuit wcok. H is the intention of tha cluh to Iiit-luiio tlio.se jnoturetj in ti i large ono in thu ivudiforiiun of J club. Thu otflwuls lit Iht; club feel I lliat niany nioro pictures must available and have agaiu issued tholr appeal. LESS UNWED IQ1Y Not Over Idle in Alberta guvs Sj Mitchell Education and Canndian-Amer ican Relations Report on Boy's Work day's Hotai-y Club luncheon by the tell me." said "that you went butchering on the Monday for a man Frank i against whom you hnd entered a submitted by Tom Kid- horn in I suit on the Saturday previous." nltn. The recommended that Hoys' Work committee, in their report of the committee's activities for the Dayton, Alberta. Both documents I An Introduction Mr. Btrvn.tt an. alleged to have been issued at! Mr BenEett neit toolc schwarti to Winnipeg, the men claiming to be a ,d ,0 Calfiry in wklch hc British subjects. at that h, went to According to their statements they of ljOTfheftd and Bwinett with Gnerin and introduced to Mr. Bennett. 'Now. Mr. said counsel. from Quebec on .Inly 6 landing in Liverpool'July IS, and alter j staying at a London hotel left fm- Hol- land five days later. They are now in (iennany. Carl Neat and Frank Ziiu- "witn'ew't'nen "be cartful what Do you mean to tell me that you were tntro- the club get behind this movement, which has been started by the Lctli- bridg-e Boy Life Council. A, Campbell, provincial director of technical education for Alberta, gave the club members an interesting talk on technical education. He com- plimented Lethbridge for having the first technical clans for steam engin- Heservcd seats wiU be on sals at: the usual price above' the resular ad-' mission fen. Men's Meeting at "Y" Discuss Problems of the Hoy and How to Meet them Xot more than two thousand men fa Alberta are registered the pro vincial government a.s imeniployiid. suiil Superintendent Mitchell of tlm provinciul employment .service morniiiK. Mr. Mitchell in in Lelh- briiigo on an iuapeotiou trip. Conditions in this province slightly better than they were one year ago hn said. During Jani'.arj -W20, 2.5G3 men were placed and last month men werp plucoil. The tions in of last year wera and last mouth Lumber Western of Montreal Says This Mast He .S Tlr iunv "We recommend that tbe club back up the suggestion of liie newly ed Boy Life Council, that efforts be made to provide an open air swim- ming pool for the north side. "We also recommend that tlie dele- gates from I.-ethbridge eURinllng the forthcoming Rotary convention in a proposal that the combined Kotary clubs of this district make a inoL mi jxoiarv emus 01 uus uiiincL ma.Ke a eern anil told how that work is spread- determined effort to improve the cen- tner, alleged American detectivex, who wect to give another version He explained the conditions sorship ot moving pictures in the attempted the sensational kidnapping j hg WMt to offlce but stayed Ithc voted by the Bomiu-------------------------- of the two men, still in custody. I outslda tne aoor for two min. I ion government for the promotion of Tbe discovery ot Bergdoll in tier-1 uteg Guerln went imo a private technical euucation. many revives interest in one _of the Hereupol, Mr. Beauett called oa Mr. Graham, who was in the court-, most baffling rases that confronted the American authorities during thejand produced a statutory declaration war. He successfully evaded the of-1 as lo a mortgage sighed by flclsls of the state department who SchwarU 011 the (lay at the olBce of scoured the country and other conn-1 aml Bennett in the pres- ides for the alleged millionaire con-1 ellco ol JgUnnton law stu- scription dodger. j on the in Sept. A signed dispatch from Paris from. 4lh. 1919. ThiB brought out the es- Floyd Gibbons, special representative frOm'Schwartz thlt he was of the Chicago Tribune states goillE to be np American dignity and pride has been I Mr tried, and In sorely injured in Washington's action in making American soldiers on tbe Rhine humble themselves on account of (irover Cleveland Bergdoll, the slacker, who escaped from America 'and is now in Germany." The Europ- ean edition of the Tribune has insti- tuted a "Get campaign and .this demand that the alleged evndcri jje "yanked ont of Germany" ami'. brought to the U. S. to'occupy a j _________ "traitor's cell." as writer in the Tribune puts it. is meeting with the vim! storm is general from approval of Americans, in Europe. I 'lie Crow s Nest to Medicine Hut, ac- Wheiher or not Milk River and New to reports received in will get all puffed up over be- this The average vel- ing mentioned in European dispatches I "P to uoou for thc l'ast however state of great excitement he called out "Mr. Giierin is a liar." The case will pro- ceed after the luncheon recess, and is expected to last for some days, WIND VELOCITY HIT 72 MILES AN HOUR IN EARLY MORNING Alberta drew ot this money last year but In about three years' time, the speaker said, tlie province will have advanced so in the promo- tion of technical education that it will draw its total allotment. Then Dominion of Canada which without a donht are the cause of much of the juvenile crime !n the country. "We further recommend, .in view of our experiences of the past year which convinces us that we should put out efforts more to the increasing of and strengthening of present boy organizations rather than attemptin I ably in the mouth of April for the boys' work department of tlio V. M, C. A. L. D. S. SCOUTS WIN CHIEF HARDY SHIELD being the old homo towns of these Celebrated American draft dodgers, re- to be seen. four hours was 30.1 mlea an hour, the highest point being 73 miles between 7.40 and 7.50 o'clock this morning. No reports of damage along the C. l P. H.. had been received np to the time of writing. Reports of sand drifting west of Letbbridge, however, were re- jcoived. it will be in the neighborhood of j anything on our own, that in co-opera- With other points of I tion with the women's organizations province then, will re-1 Of tne city we put on a tas; Aw prob. ceivc larger grants. Referring to the question ot chil- dren stopping school between grades five ami eight the speaker said some changes are necessary in the curri- culum at the schools. Tho war showed the great need Cor technical and industrial education. Technical education would prove of great value to the people of Alberta and it should include mechanical drawing Rud prac- iical work, tho producing 5tof useful iVrlicles !aa tlle L' D' S' llle shield l' The province has started a corres-1 Donated by Chief Hanly of Fire I pomleiitt course for steam engineers (Department. The-sutcesifnl flrat aid and It has now eighty-eight members. Mr. J. W. Woolf, former M.L.A., for Cardaton, but now Salt Laka City, issued an appeal for a better standing between citizens of the Troop No- ure entering tlio United States and Canada. Tllat there I Tbe Hardy Shield for first aid work among the Boy Scouts of the city was won this'year by Troop No. 1, Known speiikinj; at tho Sunday afternoon men's moL'tiiig at tho Y.M.C.A. yester- day. Mr. A. C. Virtue said that tho school and thn uluirch .wore not prov- ing real, constructive factors in thc character building of the boys to- day, boyss between the ages of ten and sixteen. The Sunday school exer- cised a somewhat more helpful influ- ence, hut that institution was not meeting the situation as it should. As a means or getting in heart and soul touch with the boy, Mr. Virtue urged tho closer association of fathers and sons. A spirit of chumship and comradeship should be established between the fathers and their sons. Where fathers did not interest them- selves sufficiently to take up this responsibility, the speaker offered the C.S.K.T. as a solution of thc problem. This movement was spreading, he said, and wherever the Tuxis boys were organized beneficial results wore noted. Following the address a lively dis- cussion took place. Dr. Loverlnj thought there- were too many agencies i attracting the youth away from home. For one, be meant lo take a tirm stand against these influences and hold fast to the integrity of the honift- IH'e as the most powerful factor in i the life of the boys and sirls. Other I gentlemen spoke endoreing Mr. Vir- tue's views. During the Mr. [Frank 8teele sung a solo. Following the serving a etrauger's tea -was en- jjoyed.4 Bank, of which lin- roe city, has eridetitly come tbstt the city shouit) any in the expenditures of llio ;rhool baavd. This was medo cvi- that in a letter from R. T'.'Winslow. iiiiywrintcnder.t. of" wtsitftrn branches of ilie bitnli, producred at the 'inoetniv; camps are taking a large immbcr of: niorning. In this letter Air. the men. .nuiric the statement, "If are to Lethbridge is well oft' so far as uu-1 supfiiy city must first employment is concerned, said Mr.; tind eome means nf curta.iling schoo) Mitchell. He expressed hope that expentltturc. This mnst be distinctly within two months the employment, untlsrstood." situation in Alberta will more; The circwiar itsced by the council bright. j to ia regard to holding The average placements the I a meeting t-.i into the matter of province now are 12ij. i the ir.-ovinclai govemmont helping out j in thn of -larger grants j for schools, KO schema and not ana tfcut applfM only to a par- ticular city can lie curried out, hns met. with no accept from NEW MANAGER OF KING'S THEATRE A. Shacfcleford and C. Angus Red Deer. This city is only ww; are now conducting the Kings Thea- so far to acknownedge the convmunica- tre, formerly the Phoeni.v. Contracts tion, and snows llie interest taken by have been William Fox and Famous which ahow th.e which Trill bring folio wins stars: William Farnum, Tom, Mix, Pearl White, George Gish. William S. Hart, Wallace Reid. William Ruwell, Shirley Maeon, Dorothy DaUon and Charles Ray. Cook comedian pictures will be LEN S. BROWN BUYS GRAND THEATRE AT MAPLE CRELk, SASK, Guerin-Schwartz Case Reviewed in Supreme Over Date i ALL GERMAN WAR i TROPHIES RECEIVED The city now has its full quota 6f German war trophies, in tlie arrival ot a limber and gun carriage. It now becomes a question aa to where the trophies are to be placed. The cen- tre of the square is regarded as tbe logical one. but it is doubtful as to [whether the exhibition there, will con- train all the trophies, owing to the ds- i sire of the CI. W. V. A. to huve a por- tion placed in front of their dub. tllllr (Ireen, Roy t'rsenhach, Owen Hulniiin. Hay Heulngor, and Arthur RAYMOND HOTEL HAS CHANGED MANAGEMENT iop No, lace -N'esbitt First Aid Competition The Haynioml liotel recently chang- ed inanigement. Clus. McCarthy Jr. of Raymond hay now assumed control and plans to makii tho hotel one of thti most attractive in the south country. Mr. McCarty was in the city today on business.; connected with ,the. transfer of the hotel. S. Brown, lessee ot the Colonial theatre, and manager of the Majestic theatre, latter theatre being op- erated by tlw Trans-Canada. Theatres Limited, has added another theatre to his list in tie purchasing of tho Grand Theatre, Mapli Creek, Saak.. a first class theatre, fully equipped for road shows, vaudm-ille. and motion pictures. The Onmd Theatre has a Heating capacity of oOO, and is one oi1 tho finest homes in that section of Saskatchewan. Mr. Brown will con- the of its city hall should it be decided thtt meeting bR held there. In the rt'ovn by Hie other cities in tlie matter, tne council held that it not warranted at the present time IB. proceeding farther. In the claim tor ilamnges in the cage of Mien tiSiKR ftray. who on the ice on Tfck-d Avenue and broke thigh bone, referred to city solicitoi- for otfn'ion, he informed the council tllat tho cfty was not re- sponsible. In view of tiie fact that sial.i.'HU'- show that copper i-eaches its mark in mwket in February. whereas it now reached tkc low- est price ia nvr yssrs, the rip- partment ivna to purchase. a ton of No. S weatherproof wire tho current price oi 2< centB. f.o.b.. LGthbridse. HONOR MEMBERS FIRST MANITOBA LEGISLATURE WINXIPKQ. T.- Tluec mem- bers of iiret leflsla-ti tinite on usual in Lothbrldtw. and sembly and senate 1STO. will direct the operation of the new! Colin Inketer, John Knth- theatre proposition from his oflicel urlauil. WlBUliwg. srd I.onis St-hiuiUI. here. Mr. Klmer Shlraly has been Duck Lake, will be Riven df appointed manager of tho when the HUH asieiu- Creek theatre. bly opens Thimxlav. Interest in the Sohwaru Gucr- in case ruse to a high pitch when it ivas resumed at !ho Supreme Court on Monday morning, with the cross- examination of Schwartz by 11. B. i Bennett, K.C. It a battle royal I lietween counsel and witness while At tiie city police Fete Pentelchlik the former was seeking to destroy j had to pay the fine of So with costs, tlie credibility of the latter. Tiling's j for biting off a portion of his wife's BIT HTS WIFE, PETE IS FINED FIVE DUCATS he a calamity. It is up to England j and Canada, he said, to fix up the i cattle question in regard to shipments j to Knglaud. Ho thought England j should do this. I Tom Uidapth's report contained an account of a program staged last spring in which a talk was given in reference to the value of education to the boy. Reference was inade to the Rotariaiis baseball team and the playground scheme, the appointment of a special committee to look after I the Rotarian's big brother movement, the donation to help delegates to go to the recent boys' parliament in Calgary. The recommendations of the com- mittee follow members of tho team received indi- vidual prizes as well as tho shield. came to such a that at one lime Mr. nenuett, addressing the judge, said, "I ask your Lordship right hare flesh. John Malaiko and H. Volaschuk ap- peared on the cUarse of assaulting M. ID commit this man for perjury." j klanz In a fight "which took place Tills was In reference to fourteen j between the parties. Volaschuk stated which that he was not an active participant in it but was trying to stop the fight, whereupon the charge against him was dismissed. Malaiko was fined with costs. _ John Paulenko .was lined with costs on a common assault on his wife. papers which counsel averred had been produced at the preliminary trial before Magistrate Irwin. In the presence of the lawyers in tlie case, Messrs. Hitchie and Moffat. and of .Mr. Birkenshaw, representing 'Brock and Co., of Calgary, which Schwartz swore that he had not seen though ho was in the court at the: time. Swears Date Was False Counsel tried to pin wiuieHK down lo the date August on which It is purported tllat tlie mor'ga.tjes and Hie receipt for the loan from l he Farmers and ?.lerchants Bank, at Sweet Grass, wero signed. Schwartz i swore that tne date was a ralsa one and that he was not in Milk liiver hut in Lethbrirtge at (ho lime of the rla'y Monday, August lifHh, when it is alleged he signed the documents. Wit- ness parried counsel's questions by saying that he was not a walking cal- endar and could not remember dates. ,llo was taken through v.-hat took place ;it Coutts. on Saturday, August 23rd. when it was contended lie was pres- ent there and at Swoet drags. On that occasion Schwartx. it was alleg- ed, appeared in the court at Coutts in an action he hail taken and which he lost and liad to pay thc costs with a cheque. Witness said he waa not sure whether lie went to Coutts by tirln or by car, and stoutly denied IF YOUR CYLINDERS ARE SCORED, Ihat ho was in Sweet Grass on tlio flay. IK; wag then shown real estnt'j notos, etc., signed by him, his wife, and son, to the signatures to which he testified but held all along that the date was not August 25th. In regard to the receipt, which forms a feature before tho court and Lantern Lecture ON "NEW ZEALAND" "The Wonilerlunrt of tho World" TUESDAY NEXT AT 8 IN THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH BY Pastor Jog. J. 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