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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LOCAL wiwa i MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, LETHBltlDGE. ALBKHTA. VS.GUEN Court Fifttfc Then WM No Doubt Schwartz Owed the Bank HONORED AT GRAND LODGE MEETING MAJOR W. B. BURNETT Of Lethbridge, who was elected grand master of the I.O.O.K. the annual session at Calgary. As alrmdy reported, the Ions- drawn out can of Schwartz vs Guer- in came to a close, ou Saturday after- noon, with Mr. Justice giving judgment in favor of the defendanl liuerln by dismissing, with costs, the three separate actions of Annie Schwartz, wife, and William Schwurti, hli who claimed the return of certain mort- executed by the several-parties for a loan of which they alleg- ed was for the purpose" of paying oil the indebtedness of Joseph Schwurtg to his wholesale creditors, but which loan, no sum of which was received by the plaintiff Joseph Schwartz, was applied by the defendant. Joseph II. Guerhl for paying off. as ho claim- ed, indebtedness to the hank by the principal plaintiff, Joseph Schwartz. which indebtedness was denied. His Lordsliip in giving judgment said that as there was a question of nationality introduced iu the he would say that- In a British court, while British judges occupy seats on the bench, It was absolutely' Immater- ial of what nationality, what occupa- tion, or what status of life the liti- gants were. The Jew or tha French- .......__, man, whatever he may bo. will re- opened on Sunday with a celtbratloli ueive exactly the same maasure ofiof Holy Communion at 8: SO a.m., at justice as the Kins himself were over 40 were present: before the court, no mote and no less. The attendance at morning' lie complimented the counsel en-.1 service at 11 o'clock, while not saged in the case If) the restraint they [large as might hi expected Two Good Audiences Greet Rev. Bickersteth at Initial Services The mission at St. Mary's church, conducted by, JUv. Cyril Bickersteth. of the Community of the Resurrec- tion, Mirfield, Yorkshire, Eng., was placed on themselves and the atten- tion given to the interests of their respective clients. Schwartz Indebted to Bank ''I have 110 hesitation in said Mr. Justice Ives on or about August 25th, 1919, Joseph Schwartz was indebted to the 'Farm- ers and Merchants Bank, Sweet Grans in a large sum of money, approximate- ly to the of The evi- dence of Mr. Johnson, of tho Fed- erals Reserve Bank, Minneapolis, formerly the cashier in the Sweet Grass bank, could hardly be treated as being influenced by any kindly feeling towards the defendant Guer- in, but his evidence left no room for doubt that, -August iltth, 191J Schwartz owed'the bahk'a coiuj'tler- able sum of money. Whether the mortgages were executed for a spe- cific purpose or not. the declalon rest- ed on finding the existence of a debt to the bank. He must consider that ,It would be remarkable if the de- fendant, in the belief that a largs sum was owing his bank, were to bo a party to set aside _ property (or the I purposes of a new loan ii; favor of! greatly in excess of the uiual 'nioru- ing attendance and showed tha in- terest irhlch the nilMlou aroused. At the evening service tte churcli was comfortably filled "and with an aug- mented choir and some of the old well known hymns, which sung with feeling, augurs well for two remaining days of the mission. Rev. Bickersteth took as the theme of Ms sermon the verses in- the eighth Chapter of St. Luke's gospel, dealing with the casting out of the legion of devils which entered into a herd of swine. He drew a compari- son between the reception accorded our Lord 'by the Gadarenes who "be- songht him to depart from and His reception by the people on the other side of the .lake who "gladly received him; for they were all'wait- ing for him." He pointed out that when the Gadarenes besought. Hlni to depart from them that our Lord did so without argument. Ctirlst does not force Himself upon us. but Is ever waiting and to come into our hearts as soon as we are ready to receive Him. The preacher Illustrated this atti- City Council's Advice Library and Shelter Mutters Before Commissioners 4 MAY LEAD TO INTEKniA. v TIONAL COMPLICATIONS PAGE SEVEN GEO. G. ANDERSON HERE St. Paul Pioneer Tress: For n-.any, n-ouy years Medicine Hat iias been the bete nolr of the weather AH sorU of weather originating in itio'li cine Hut has enveloped us hora Minnesota. We have been scorched by hot blasts from Medicine Hat. and drenched by its rainstorms, and r _. _ frozen by its blizzards. And now the laHcnaat Lady Died Coaldale Farmer Dropped Dead OiT Horse climax is capped. A professional rain- maker has been hired by residents of i the vicinity of Medicine Hat. lie is to i receive for every inch of rain i .The Commissioners were busy on he causes to fall in that territory.I sudden deaths took place in Monday morning with the- Library More weather may now confidently'the Leihurldge district during the Board, and with receiving delegations be expected from Medicine week-end. .Mrs. Charlotte Annie from the fair Board aud the Chil- it probably will be .worse than usual, i Candowoll. died at, her home at En- dren's Shelter. I'nder ordinary circumstances u is chant on Saturday morning and llas- The question of the antion of the trying enough., but, complicated by a mus Henry Jesson dropped off a Calgary Board in regard to increased professional rainmaker, it is hound" to: horse on Mr. Matkin's farm at Coal- government grants was discussed bt the Library Board, and a resolution passed asking that-the government in- crease the present grant of J300 to It was also resolved ithat ten cents per volume be charger! country BLAIRMORE FANS ASK SLEEPER ACCOMMODATION of the present charge of a year with postage expenses. It was found that the library lost out on the old arrangement. Fair Board Status The Fair Board wanted the advice of the council in the matter of renew- ing the status of the old Exhibition Board. This board had resigned, but t has transpired that the" resignation las never been accepted. It was a question of renewing it under the Pro- vincial Act o: Board Act. vised to call meeting of. the old ex ecutlve and to reorganize under the 3r under the Lethbridgoi The ad- be abominable. Canada seems to be dale Sunday ajtornoon. No inquests guilty of a "deliberately unfriendly will be held. ilct-" I Mrs. Caudwell was sixty-one years of age and suffered an attack of heart trouble during the early hours on Saturday, from which she did not re- cover. She was the wife of Samuel Caudwell and is survived by a son Fred, in Lethbridge, aud Mrs. H. H. Johnson, a daughter, of Lethbridge, and Thos. Caudwell, of Vancouver. She came to Canada from WcUinga- boro. .Vorth Hants. England twelve years last April. Three sisters and two brothel's live in England. Her funeral will take place Tues- ilsy afternoon from the residence ot Blairmore has requested one sleeper for Tuesday night. They want the sleeper to ran from Lethbridge to Blairmore on the regular train iu tho morning and they want if put off at Blairroore. This will be for tho ac- commodation of tho hockey team und_ fans. It is possible they may ask for a second sleeper, but so far the re- Mrs. H. H. Johnson, 12S3 6th Avenue quest Is for one. C. P. R. TAKES DAMAGE SUIT TO HIGHER COURT lethbridge Board Act. Pilr This Year Likely r u ln It is pretty certain that the fair will I awarded" damages in the sum of Siu- je held in the city this year. Mr. 433.79 for livjurie; The case of Alexander Muir vs C. P. H., In which the plaintiff tho was William Oliyer has been up to Edmon- on and had the matter arranged, with he dates fixed. The delegation from the Children's Shelter approached the council in re- lard to the delegated authority to the Jhildren's Shelter as to the Probation Officer and the Matron according to lie new bylaw framed. Rev. MeLeod, Superintendent of the Department of Neglected and Delinquent Children. Edmonton, considered that the city ould not relinquish the right of con- rol of the Children's Shelter accord- ig to the Act. The matter will be onsidered by the council, In that hith- rto It delegated this authority to he society. received by being crushed under a hoisting cage in No. 6 mine, has been taken to appeal by the railway company, and will come before (he Appellate Division of the Supreme Court at Calgary on Tues- day. H. Ostlund is appearing for Muir with McLeotl. Sinclair, K. C., and A. L. Smith, K. Walker, K. C., and Mr. Craig for the C. P. R. south at p.m. Interment will ha I in the City Cemetery. Xo flowers will he desired. Rev. Gore narrow will oiiiciate. The Coaldale Case Mr. Jeesen had been working at ths llatkin farm for about u year and was known as a conscientious and Indus- trious worker. A few days ago he complained of heart trouble. On Sun- day he mounted one of the work' horses aud a neighbor, Mr. Rogers, saw him fall. When Mr. Rogers reached his side .lessen was dead. Coroner Humphries was notified In each case. other creditors as stated by the plain- tl'de ot our "V reference to The only theory that would lend we" known Picture "The Light to logical reason would be that of the in which Jesus is the, mortgages were executed to pro- tect the indebtedness of the plaintiff to the bank. No Date Given by Plaintiff It was a curious fact! continued his Lordship, that no evidence was pro- duced by the plaintiff to prove that the date on which the mortgages were signed and the receipt obtained was a date other than August 25th, 1910, which he disputed. He would have thought that both Joseph sllown wiih lantern in His hand Schwartz arjd would have had William Schwartz the actual date oil standing at the door knocking for ad- mission. That the door must be open ed from within is ahown by the fact that there is no handle on the out- side. After the sermon a short in- struction was given on the reasons for Christ's coming to earth. There were three reasons (1) To show us the Father; (2) to redeem-us and (8) to give us grace. Rev. Bickernteth upokc on the first reason last night, showing that, al- though man must naturally worship Cod instinctively, yet it was Christ which the transactions were made re- who showed us" that "God is corded. and no witness produced to testify as, it is our duty as H to the exact date. The witnesses j turn that love To in to prove that. August 25th particularly driven But there was no document] that he loves us as children and that children to re- To parents this was ,-----------j home, as they was not the date, no doubt, gave I were asked to consider their own their evidence with all sincerity, but the lapse of time as it related to nieiu- roperty he had stolen. JJ10.000 a year. As a rule someone is hanging around i the waiting room of the station but ap- parently Saturday night this man too smooth for any watchers. I-Ie mado a clean getaway with his loot. He stole the mirror out of the men's wash room. Mr. Mouat formerly resided jt Pincher Creek and is widely known til Southern Alberta. From Pinchev Creek he went to Edmonton aa city comptroller and thence to B. C, comptroller-general. jtthHrlhe eu facts Are Royal a: Moat his Fads are in their au- thority. Xo one disputes them without; injury to himself, la tho old days when a subject Ule- ad any word of the King, he head. The fact today is just as royal aa a king. No one disputes facts unless he has in a manner of speaking, "lost his head." One fact that has stood for twenty-five years without suc- cessful dispute is the essential truth of chiropnictiii which is (1) that disturbance of joints of the backljQUR preasuro upon nerves. (2) That this nerve pressure causes disease, and (3i That the chiropractic spinal ad- justment restores the alignment of jointd, removes nerve pres- sures, and with the cause gune, disoufjG disappears. Chiropractic adjustments this month anj being given with un- usual effectiveness in cases 01' rheumatism, bronchitis, lum- bago, MStiima, tonsilHlte, influ- enza, coughs, colds and head- achfjs. NO CHARGE Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B, SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS SOS Sherlock' Block, Phones 1677 end 1441. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Florida 15c, Hie, 20c Scotch Herrings, in toma- to sauce; 2 tins Cream Brick for BrookfieM per pke............... Carnation pkg................... Yacht Club Sar- q dines................ Crosso Blackwell's Pickles Kerr's Pure and Honey.....OUC 35c 65c 4Sc 60c 15c 85c 85c Princess Soap Flakes.............. Canned Raspberries; fauSy quality........ Xabob Baking Powder; 3 Ib. sizo Domalco Molasses; B Ib. tins........'.___ Sugar House Molasses; 5 Ib. size Foster Clarke's Cream Custard; large tins Lemoii Oil Johnston's am! Old Eng- lish Floor 30c 50c 65c 90c 62c 40c 25c 90c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1451 AND ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS COUHT UNITY. NO. 93U WHIST DRIVE DANCE INK GOOD PRIZES, ORCHESTRA, AND REFRESHMENTS CARDS AT 8.15 DANCING 11 TILL 2 DANCES TO SUIT EVERYBODY STREET CAR AFTER DANCE DOMINION REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 41 WILL HOj.0 A r DANCE IN THE MASONIC HALL, 10TH ST. S. Wednesday Evening Febriiary 23rd, 1920 DANCING FROM '9 TILL 2. ADMISSION BY INVITATION ONLY BLUEBIRD ORCHESTRA Drew Ififormii. Strati car after ;