The C. C. P. invests the Court with ample powers, in all questions of practice and procedure, both as to amendments and continuances, to be exercised at the discretion of the J udge presiding, who is presumed’, best, to know what orders and what indulgence will promote the ends of justice, in each particular case- With the exercise of this discretion, we cannot interfere, and it is not the subject of appeal. C. C. P., sec. 133.
There is no error.
Pee Cueiam. Judgment affirmed.