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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 191P THE LF.T11BR1DGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE [THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S And Pa's Going lo Have Some Idiosyncrasies, too! By Wellington IDEA or ft o' IN Iff COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE JluVw us your CollectUm partiuc-nt. Prompt and Elficltnt Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Ast'Uts '.b... yhavv lOCllttK'e Sr'll-.-ol.-. R. C. FARR1S SERVICE AGENCY S Macdonald Blsck Phgne BOULTON'S TAXI Closta and Heated Cir City and Country Trlfl Office Phone 1204 RESIDENCE Phone 1091 Charge of Illegally Taking Pos- session' of Properly is Laid Against I'restnt Opemlors The. famous case over possession nf Inc. Orpheuiu, uow Colonial, theatre is WitiK heard iu ihe Supreme Court loday. Len S. and Harry Hud frni appearing before Jlrf Justice Walsh anit jury on u charge of force' :ible entry on the property. The lury building peaceably, riehtly ur vvronsly, that lliin.wn vas merely trespasstr. and told them it they cauldn'l outer peaceably to what c-vcr force was necessary. Authority from the KxwlbEor Life to ir.ko This itction was produce-J to. court. L. S. Urown, one oE the accused. atated he had a louse on the Colonial Thfutrc. ottaintd llirough W. V. Nel- ?ou. lie had jiald the tirst mootli's rent about September 1st. On Oct. 1ft liu -.vent to Mr. .Vtlsou. expecting to get possession of the toys, but Mr. Nelson didn't have tnent and went 10 seo Mr. Dtmlop. fin .Vtison'e advice, Mr. Dmilop's tlnn being solicitors for llio Ktcclsior Life. They took 5Ir. Duiilop's advice and went to tho thea- tre ou Kriday, and the door, Witness then his story. V. K. Nelson, former agent for tho Aluerlu and investment Co.. said he collecttd the rc-nt5 for tho Ornhcum theatre. Yv'lien the Alberta ant] Investment Co. went into liquidation in composed ot B. S. Pawsoti, Win. 'lardiner, N. H. -Murray, J. H. libse. HcLeau and Archibald ('ampbell. Charles >lnnEen, former of tho Orpteuiu theatre was the flrst wit- ness. He slated that ha was in pos- session of the''theatre (or three years on u lease, and liad been in possession three years and four days when he Y.-HS dlsiMmessecl. Cross examined, ivituess said the Orphfium had paid him during the Ihree years. Ho said he did uot know :hn llkeelsior Lllo Insurance Co. hud secured Ihe mortgage from tho "Al- berta Loan and Inveilraeut Co. lie Jis'l continued to pay Iho rents lo W. R .Velson, but he know before the lease expired that the Excelsior Life Insurance, Co. hid secured the bulld- ins- Mr. Howard of tho Triuln and (luarantes Co. liad Wed lo sell wit- j ness the property.' He had never heard o! a lease to Brown from the Kicelsior Life; Witness said be be- lieved he had bought the property. He liad elostil the theatre in September. He had'bought in the last part n! September, and it was nobody's bus! ne.-a but that of witness himself why he closed the house and hel'l no shows ihcrn during the nrst four days of tober. Thn offer ol Mr. HAUSCII >vns for but the negotiations arc still pending. The- court in Calgary had al- lowed the. sale provided a certain sum paid to tho rjnorlgnsc company reducing raortsago to when a IransEer would be granted. Witness Kaiil that when Bruce and Hennessey had bee-n put In the buiUl ing to guard theatre on Oct. let it was the first time ho had ever dono ihis. li was because of a rumor lhat S. Brown liad a lease and it was for them lo use wrmt force might be necessary to keep him out, and tc warn him. Ho left 11 to the discrul Ion of Nniee and Hcnnessy lo do what- ever was'right He had heard befort i hi5 time that the Excelsior I.lfo In- surance- Co. had tho mortgage. He ilosed Iho theatre' at tbo time- becaust he waiu't sure what lie was going to do wilh It.- but ho waa negotiatinj for the property and the Trusts nml Co., liquidators, hart accept- ed money on the deal. Tho negotiat- ion were (ben before the courts In ('algary. Mr. Bruce, one of Iho guards, said he was in possession of the Orpheiim Theatre on Scpl. 30th na a guard, be- ing employed by Mr. Hanson. Hen- nessy was with him on tho job, MeJi taking a shilt.- Ho was on guard ou Iho afternoon of Friday, Oct. 4lti, when Brown and Hudson ramo lo the rloor. demanding admittance. Witness rcduiHl, and they got i 'crowbar lo breafc the. door open. Afier IjrcaWng in they ordered wltnesfl out. He didn't. KO so they sent police. Ho slayed half an hour nnd Brown nnrl lludaou then tkrow him out on the slreot Thai al 11 o'clocX lie It -was np. Cross examined, witness said Itrown did the tweaking of the door. He said IJrown offered him a docu- ment when they came but witness re- fused to UXo It- U was heforn Ihey broVe oiwn (ho door.' He, referred tliem Ui KanneB, Tie didn't mafcc- any ehritiiries to what waa on the docu- ment and dfdn't know Brown's right. When thrown orjt he never off bis feet. AUer getting1 out be stood and lulled, shaking hands, parting thu' ot There was a crow-d around but (here waa no disturbance. This clwwd the casfl for the crown. At point Mr. dray mide an ap- plication that there waa no evidence Hanson was fu slrm. .A. K, IWnlop, K. 0. wa-s :hc flr.H thu on authority from the Excel- ?ior Ufo anil the Altierta Loan Co paid (o the former. Boring tile summer or 191S for several raonUis ilu: witness negotiated wittrMr. Han sen lo reucir (ho leaso but Hausen re 'used to, do so. with the result. tha1 t lease was negotiated with Mr CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE Eifcwttvc March 4th, Train-Xo. M from Medlclnu Hat to' Loiibhnd wil run on Tuesday instead of day, and Train Xo.'664 from to Hut win ran on Wedr, ita.v instead of Thursday. For further particulars apply: J. CORDON, TICKET AC6NT Phone 51Z AUCTIONEER If you aro going to hbW an auction pale seo me first 15 ycarti' experience. Rofercnca: bcnrcr llorso nnil JIulo Market; Ogden llorso Sale Co., Ogden, KnUiht-Walson Co.. Alia. Torma reasonable. Satisfac- tion guaranteeil. write, or iviru :il my cxjwnae, care 01 Knlghl-Walson Co., CoL F. R Montgomery 66-2S SEED OATS have a fev curs each of lianner. Abnndnnce and Carton Twenty-Two Frea of noxious weeds. ninety per cenl. and J1.10 bushel delivered at your stBtion. also have good germinat- ing oats which sifter cleaning will meet your requirenicnla for seed. Quality superior to moat oats now being offered in yonr dlEtrfcl. Prlct Sic to SSo tie- Uvcrecl to your Elation. Win us for samples immediately. Wo will also quote Seed Bar- ley, Feed Oats and White. m requcil. Ntratlt Tntoi egter roivu, ihe tlcal so tbror.ah tc-fore O. F. Harris; la'-vtr, ivas called ty ie proaP-cution to iliat ho lunl arned Rrowu and Harris that tlioy oald lio llntlo 'it it-c-y -into tbc- theatre, no matter er Itaustn was holdins tbfc wheUit-r legaUy or illegally. Unrry Hudson, 'called "for f ho KOH SALB--Five passenger Chev SITUATIONS VACANT IKiJsini; St.'Mi-m Fii.'l ruul'i Apply _ _ yViiue IjTly iilli iiililhwry fXiKiVienct.-. Caiuuron. S. riirlov. Mh Si- ikix fits in your regular casings replacing tubo and air. No punctures or blow- outs possjtilc... Tiros last longer and the filler he used over and over i. Names of local users 011 re- rami Products, Ltth- ;c. 4fi--0 AUTOSlORlALE Ii5h preferred: work lirhi. Apply Ave. A. S. __ ___ ____ 'i RETURNED SOLDIERS AND DIS- CHARGED MEN You can do real well in the Auto-Trac- tor Busings, selling ears and tractors, operating anil repairing cars and trac- tors. A fcr weeks' training the llemphill Motor Schools, SOS Second Aveauo S.. -will giro you the neces- sary experience. JS 0 Tliorouf couipotenl stenographer and tyinst with know- ledge of bookkeeping, young lady pre- ferred. Apply by letter stating age. evpericnce and salary required to the Noble- r'oiui'.htticm, Xobleford, Alberta. 61-5 experienced maid foi general housework, three miles from the, city. Apply Mrs. C. R. Daniel. I'hono It'oS. to our mile east ot Wilson. One aleer, branded WANTED Teacher to commence duties lOlu of .March. Salary icr ordinance Hudson School District So. 2304. Write or. wire. 0. J. Gmham, L'urplG Springe. Alta. C5 6 AVe'iiavfi lue following second hand red. and 1 ra !u MJ shape for quick [eft rib indistinct, looks like J bar C. Two-year-old red-heifer, both ea'rs cut, no visible brsntf. Yearling red and nrhite heifer, dulap on left nech. Tear- jng red steer, no visible brand. Own- cr can have same by paying for. feed and .expenses. Edwards and Doyle, phone R 505. Oox JJ9, Lellibridje. sale cost to us: Ouc 1 One 16 Ford car, truck tKxly-.S3iM.Oo lV Kord'car, iriick body. .J4W.OO Two 1S17 Ford Touring cars One 1917 Kord Touring car 5335.00 Oii'e 1W7 Ford Touring car ...jiOO.OO One 1517 Ford Touririi; car .JJ25.00 One- 1917 Ford Tourlns car -..SCOO.OO One 1918 Chevrolet Touring FORD GARAGE Phone 633. t TKNOKRS will by Ihe board of trustees of The Skiff Con- solidated School District, up till noon, March Sth for the huilding acJ mater- ial, for a two-roomed school building, to be built at Skiff, Alberta. Tho plans and specifications can he seen at tho office of the Secretary at Skiff, Alberta. Tho lowest or any bill not neces- narlly to oo accepted by the above! board. A deposit of 5. per cent., must Bccompany ui! bids which will bo re- turned upon sighing of the, contract. Address ail correspondence (o CHAS. T. COUSIN'S, Secretary Skiff Qn'n. School District. Nrb. 35. Ad I) Quotations on Hay F.O.B. COAOLALE, ALT A. Choice Alfalfa ..ptr ten No. 1 Alfalfa ft.r ton K5JJO -Standard Alfalfa rxr ton 124.00 No. 2 Allalfa ptr ton Alfalfa and Timothy mixed ___.... ton No. 1 Timothy., ptr ton No. I Blue Joint per ton No. 1 slue Joint and Tim- othy mixed per ton Wheat Straw per ton Quality (iitaranleed. Write, 1'bonc or to J. B. SCHIMEK Coaltialc, Alta. Phont R 217 AUCTION SALES MARCH hupy-iufm; ii nut ['uniit urc a i I uU is u' fui-in, Wiiiu- MARCH nn.l ini- ai Austi.-T llrydv's J .N'uMi'ior.l. MARCH inents jsud furuitnrv ui 121-121 Nen n Buildins, Corner Sth 2nd SL East, CaUtxrT. Office Phono MtS4( Kwldtncs, MJ077 Interne HOUM SUTCMA, MintWUa Ejra. Ear, Kent uxl Throat York CUj. JM.MM4. to Bojrt) cooks wanted for Mur- ilett. iuO a month, board-rind room. Apply Canadian Western Kal- nral Gaa Co.. llh St. S., city. PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER Office 408 Fifth Street L Phone 632 LIGHT AND HEAVY and Furniturt Removed Gait Coil Delivered Terms Fuel Controller's Permit D.A. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS In the Matter of the IXate of Jonph Dtixoed, XOTICB Is hereby given tint all parsons having claims upon (he estate ot Joseph ljuckert late of Del Bonlla In. tho Provinco of AlborU, Tfho died on or about Ihe ISih dsj o( Novem- ber, A. D. 1015, ore required to tile with Menrs. Conybcare, Churcb, Mc- Arlhtir t iKirriitcrj Cony- beare (Hock, Uthhridge, Alberta, by Ihe 1st of April, A.D. a fall Matcmo'nt, tluly VcrlAed of tlielr and of >ny nccnritlM by Ilicm, unit that after that date, the Administrator will the as- sets of Iho said imcmf pariles entitled Iherelo, kavlnpr regard only lo the of which licen ao tiled, or which huve w'llnmi (or the dofenn. He had been brcniiht to their Vnowledf e. ronfldted by. Rrown and Hudson. In July of Annual he had prepared a Itetween th4 Rzcelnior Life Hitdrtm', and to the Kscelslor TJIe lor signature. Mr. Brown cumo to him later, paid "Mr. Hunsen refused lo.glre nnd Mr. Brown was by Mr, lo enlcr. at this 12th day of Febnary, A.D. Church, WcArthirr Solicitors for the Adahilstrator. UtlhrMnf, Alberta. Approved: J.'A. Ji' Real Farm Bargains in the Coaidale District I am Uttdioriien' hy Ihe oivners to offer for IMMEDIATE pule Ihe lands described below. These farms may be purchased at the price-, named only if arrtngcd for before the 15th of March. You cannot afford to rent land when It can .be bought for these prices and on easy terms, they will tie worth 45% more before Full. It, is necessary to Irte quick' action (o the twnetil ot Ihcsc prices. BARGAIN No. ONE: mileu from full water right, nil nnder cultivation, irrigated dlreclV from'Main canal. No buildings. For Im- mediate sale at V7.OJ per ncre. A cash payment of S2MO will handlo this farm and the balance can be arranged on Ions terms. This Is practically the same as a crop payment proros'.tlon. BARGAIN NUtKBER' TWO: 19A miles front Cmldtle, full water right, irrigated dlrettly Jrom Main canal.'Xo bulMinjsa. Thirty acres in nlfalfa, 100 acrw in irrlgaied blue balance in ttabble. A fine, lay out tor n sltx-krnan This land can bought for' J80.0D an ncrc, a cash piy- loenl of {2750 will hnnrllc It mid the balance, ean be arranged on lonf and terms. If not BolJ btWrc th'o middle of March will be with- drawn. BAHQAIN NUMBER THREE: 1W miles (ram Coaldale. easily watered, full rsattr right. Has 110 acres of good summer fallow, all for seeding, balance In stubble. This year', crop make, n very substantial pay- ment On rte lind. Tor IMJIBD1ATB this farm may bo bousliL for an ncre. A rath pavmtnl of Trill liaadle II ami !he can be nrranjti on terms. It will an acre lo in; this bnd after fwdlnj II doM. Do not delay. NUM8CK fQ'Jfi: tH) from All undrr nillirallon. good fyrced crow feMc4, eiwlttnl cistern reservoir. Tlio b-3-t mrpmftlon for a dairy In (ke dtatdcL mllet from brlrlfc. Partlr In and ol the rsaily for crop. If tonight before farming rwirln irlll bo aold at HW acre. Rwall cash rAyrafnt win May ke euVHrlded smaller HARRY A. SUGGirr "200 MORK MEN TO LEARN Auto-Gas-Tractor Engineering Join ani you will be ready for Iho j bis paying positions offered In early spring. Wo have muny different Trac-, tore, Aiitos, Stationary Engines, Elec- i Iriral Oar master mechanic teachers are gultlcd by printed instruc- tions from the U. S. A. Government Hoard of Education., Vee 550. Time required G weeks to-3 months. TVe also leafh special coursa on Eteam vnlcanizlng. CaU or rrite for free catalogue. HEMPH1LL MOTOR SCHOOL 3M Second Ave. S. Lethbridor. We take Victory Bonds same as cash. Day ami Evening Classes. 384 ALBERTA GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU District Off lot: HULL BLOCK 3rd Avenue Sauth Lcthbridge For Provincial ConslituoncleB of I.tttle Bow, Claresholra, Maclcod, clier Creek, West %i Tabcr, South '.4 Medicine Hat, Soulb Roehy Mountain. Kmploycrs rcijulring HELP, Knployces requirins Should rcslster at once' Xo fees. Write, Phone, Wire or call at above office, which Is open lo bolh men anil employment. Phone T. l.OXOWOKTH. Superintednent. PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Immediate delivery lo any Dart of city. Car load lots for eiport. Wire or Write. Good coal raakca warm friends. HAMILTON COAL MINE 119 Fifth Street South NOTICE I notify you ttul a iron grey, weight pounds, about- lour years of hrmderf on lelt shoulder, Is cm ray premises at 7, Toimihlp 32, tto FVitirth MtrWian. aixi lias bteu ot September, WISl. My post office uddross is AftMla, WIL.UAM WHKXX. Tractor Repairs tnictor cyHnrterf, fftttof plelon ted rragiu is itook at orerslze for all poytUr ol fas tract on. Rebwed NtVEN BROS. 1rt Mum 17U freel Elliott GENERAL T1NSMITHING Phone 1713 W 330 Sixth Street Sauth T'l I LETHSRIDGE, ALTA, DRAYING 320 ACRES 9 Miles North of Warner 175 acres under cuHvaion, SI) acres ready lor seeding. Horses, cattle and machinery .ucludcrl, 1'rlcG per acre with balance halt crop. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. ROOSA AND HANEGAN Baggage and Transfer Orders C. O. 0. Night and Day Service When' CiHtA. Phoiie ELDER'S GARAGE Qppojsil House Kayniohil Opera Raymond (iHarantcrcl Kxpert Kcnalrfttg on Cars. Gas Tractors and Sia- DONT .---FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER ;