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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL N^WS KTfmrr THE I^tHBRIBGE DAILt^^^^ the HERA^ira PA^BOf ^ UVB^LOCAL news' 1920 LETHPlUbj&a ALBERTA. FA(iE SIS VI ij-o#ers W?iBl taril On Hay Reinstated Whs Removed Last Winter-'for tho use and benefit of any cbr-rt.ws �nuuvcu 4u��* pofatlon,or association with,such ob- ^Washington Hay Hitting Market Price Now The bottom has dropped out of the: jects, or to exercise or ^tmnnie- to exercise such powers. Hutterlte History . Some history of the Hutterltes has . ^ . been disclosed in the reference to alfi^lfa market for southern Alberta their arrival in the States in 1874 of growers because free trade crists on part of the Huttcrlsche Society, hay between the United States and which for a long tinjo thereto was a Canada. Last year an order-ln-coun- ffeligious' society composed.-wof men cil was pftsaetl allowing h^y to come aijd women who associated together intolCahato ftpe, of duty^*4 thM or-jor the purpose of Engaging in ahd der is still in effect. ' ^ carrying on the Christian religion At that time the fec* situaUon was aocortog tothe^eligtoiis.^tQachiijgS of, such that it. was necessary to gat'bay ^''^ ^^'J ^" property held In from anywhere and inahy hundrfrds of comifaon, they nil "Being of ohe mind' tons were shipped into the prairie a"^ heart according to the Word of provinces from south of the bprder. 9�^ revealed to them. Part of their NOW the situation is that Washington Je^lglon and fellglous belief is the nifoifu has taken the  Britishana,cultivation of the soil frrfm the "�^^ raliMng Hviestock. It la held by I the defence that if any member leave or be expelled he or she shall not be entitled to any interest in the pro Columbia marlcet away southern Alberta growers. They are landing hay in B. C. cheap er than Alberta growers,can do. Num- ^"'trhe ha-TlfroSTn ber 1, second cutting was selling at P^^^^ iqnK nortMn^r^L,^ . t 127 before this situation came up but ^^^.i^'lLfH.n^ �' . 5r nciw lopal erowers to =ell' in'B ' C ' society residing in Beadle county, now local growers, to ,e!r in a. c., g^^^^^ Dakota, determined to form a -I'^^ii Aff n^f.� L�� nn? Corporation in pursuance of the con-liloVL^mL^I ' (�"tution and laws of the state of make t profitable. . South Dakota. All property, includ- v the feather for ?pme time past ^^^^ plaintiffs, was trans- has been fine the farmers v^-ould like j^^red to the col-poratlon, known as to move their alfalfa the roads being ^^^^ ^reek corporation, which in good condition and arf baling has corporation sold certeiU of its lands been continuing rapidly. But at the ,^ ^jtH proceeds the members. A suggcsiipji, has been put forward that m the event of a candidate being named to oppose Maj'or Hardie that he run on the platform as cify manager, to.flU in tlie breach until progress has been made for the city to change the present coiiiinission form of government infq that of maiui-gerial adnynistralion. There are prominent men inUic cify who express-themselves in favor df the managerial form of civic govSniineht and would like to see it introduced in the city. Ajchange in the dity charter to managenal form of government might be secured at the meeting of (he provincial legislature in Febjilary. That is His Intention as Stated To Tlie Herald-Will ^^^^^ present time they are without a market and. efforts are being made to secure a market In other quarters. Tlifete ,is ho doubt, W. A. Hamilton, of Farm Products, said this morning but that all the alfalfa In southern Alberta will be moved this winter, but the farmers would rather move JJj while the weather is fine. There is considerable quantity to'move. 4 1 94 in all, moved to' Alberta. The plaintiffs claim that if the Wolf Creetoj society was Incorporated as a religious corporation it was contrary to the laws of the state of South Dakota. Raley Hntterites Give Some Inade Ifistory in Court Objects of the Society-Company Not Incorporated in Alberta WILL AWAIT m LLBE SSED HERE In an Interview with the Herald in regard to the aalary raise asked for, the Mayor atated that his Intention la that the aalary should . be a fjuctuatlng one between 4,000. and $6,009, io he determined by the current cost of living. He claiitts the $6,000 for the present as a (iompenaatlon bf what he has lost in (Staying with a salary of 4,000 which did not represent Its face value In the face of existing conditions. He will refer to this in the meeting he will address tonight at the Central School. MONTANA IRRIGATION BOND PROPOSITION VOTE Word from Helena, Mont., states that the oflicia! count has been made In the irrigation plebiscite for state aid in that state, and the results show tl^e defeat of tho measure by a vote of 68,785 for and 76,049 against. Tho measure providing for $15,000,000 for a good roads program was defeated by a much larger majority, 5-3,270 to 89,828. Lethbridge Swelters on Dee^ Was 21 Below Zero Year A ? ? ? ? ? > ? COUUST MINER CABLE^RELATIVES ABOUT LATE MR. SMOUT District U. F. A. Convention to Pass Resolutions on This Subject Further Information has been obtained concerning Charles Smout, who' died suddenly in Gait Hospital, without any friends in Lethbridgo. Tho G. W. V. A. have cabled to his sister, ^ Miss Annie Smout, Ponltothyn, near ' Cardiff, Wales, announcing the death. I Funeral arrangements are waiting word from Williahi Watkins, of Strachan, Alberta, who is the only known friend of the "deceased veteran LY Hemorrhage of Lungs the Cause -Was Prominent in ^O* B.tJ. Circles The death at Coalhurst of Percy Spencer, aged 36 years, took place suddenly this (Wednesday) morning from hemorrhage of the Jungs. The deceased had only just arrived in his borne from Kipp, where he left the train on his journey froni Winnipeg. The late Percy Spencer was prominent inc. B. U. circles in Coalhurst, and has been ailing for a little time with tuberculosis of the boner He was a vicitim of a railway accident, at Chapleau, Ont., on his way to Nova Scotia, and was detained in the hos- ^"l^foraluon-gleaned from the dead I P"*! there and thep taken to the , National marketing of wheat will be, .,,..... one of the big questions to be brought; France, ibsfore the convention of the members' '  I of the Lethbridge district U. .P. A"., . ! which convenes in this city on Decem- Meetmg of Citizens Will Not Be, her 8 and 9, W. A. Hamilton announc man's effects show he enlisted with the first depot battalion in Calgary and served oyerseas for about thirteen months. Hef was wounded in Held Till After Hearing His Exidanation Some.inner history of the Hutterlte colfjuy has been disclosed lu the ca^e-ji. now before the Supreme Court, whicli is likely to last � all today. Jt la as-forted b.v the plaintiffs that the Wolf (ir^ek corporation of South Dakota, which was transplanted to Raley when the Hutterltes came to Canada, Is a foreign incorporated company, iind has never been, registered in Al-Iwrta. and not empowered or autlior-l7Rd to carry on business or own pro-liftrty in the province. It ia claimed Ihi^t the Hutteriache Society never v/as and is not a religious society of ^in and women associated together Vor promoting and engaging in Chris-1'an v.-orship. but since it.arrived in llrUed States has been a social, .�;'^ri( iiltural. commercial and political . -auiza'tion. comprised of married '^-'1 with tlieir wives and families ''�'rous of living In commiiuitie.s ii'-flTT their own systsnjBof laws ad-^ 'n'iered by thoit,own court, prac-1 isin-^v their own religion; and ediicat-' ^--T tlielr children to' be citizens, not i,t ti\A country in which they are r-xsidltfe, but as members and citizens ot thefr own society, speaking the f.ermaw language, intermarrying i;"ipns uiemselves, taking no part in f\ny naUonal, civic or municipal bur-dons of-service, living together in itjparatocolonies as independent units, each ctlJiny governing Itself and ad-inliiistorltg its own property, business and Sfairs save in the matter of roliglon. \ l^rrogated Powers It appeut^ that each colony has Its (iwu judgetfl and the governing niem-l.ers arropt Bread prices dropped a cent� ? ? a loaf, from 12 to 11 cents In ? ? ponding reduction has been ? ? made as yet, though local bak- ? > ers told the Herald they are ? ? now considering such a move. ? Rev.-J. D. McCrao, pf Petrolea. has Accepted a call to the Almonte Presbyterian church. P.O. EOX 940 PHONE 1619 DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your shoes repaired by practical shoemakers is at Hutton & Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre ....._ ...... ^ its lowest level for lis well as tije right to compijl women j November and for this fall on the and children's well a;i men to work.' last day of November when it closed at $1.78%. On November 26 it touch- Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business Engineers , RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadia Building 612 Third Avenue South hospital at Winnipeg. An autopsy is being held to find out whether the hemorrhage the deceased died from was the result of the railway accident. CIRL COASTER JS KILLED MONTREAt;T)ec. 1.-Sliding on her sleigh down, an embankment too near a roadway, coHt Margaret O'Reilly, eight years old, her life when she was struck by a passing automobile. �9.S It is turth-r claimed that the defendant, Christian Waldner, has tla'med and VxerciisBd the right to .separate the plaintiff, David Hoter, from his wife and family, and has forbidden him access to" them under threats of mnisbmhent, and, has claimed and ijtercised the right to expel the plaid^lffs from the colony r unddr his contrtl and deprive them,! of any share In \he property referred i to. It is contended tliat it would be illegal and contiiiry to public policy' to permit the defendant. Christian Waldner, to holjl' the said property ed $1.79. On November 15, Novem b�r wheat cloSed at $2.07%, December at $1;91% and May at $1.94. November oats on the same day closed at BAWDElf BROS. PHONE 625 niiiiiiiiiiiniii THE REAL GIFT To make your Christmas shopping a plea8Uj;e, shop early and shop wisely. For thp people you really care about, the Ideal gift ts one which combines both beauty and usefulness and which lasts a long time. FURNITURE -will solve your problem satis-fictorlly for every one. ^'?o"^"::".':".:$27.50 A amall deposit will hold one _ for you. WATCH OUR WINDOW for that big cake that is to be given away to the one that guesses the closest to the weight of the cake. Watch this space for further particulars of the contest. ^HIP YOUR CREAM TO US AND RECEIVE HIGHEST PRICES. Chief Mountam Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 WHEN MOTHER BAKED HER OWN BREAD about the only joy she got out ot the operation was the relish with which the family consumed It. Bread as Kood as QUAKER BREAD relieves her of all the work, the standing over the' hot stove, wearisome kneading, and jnlxing and she derives the .flame benefit of t'anuly approval because it is as good us mother makes, quite as good and nourishing. JOHN GILMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378 Qhc^ -SBacAwanf Facts Are Royal Facts- ai-G-^oyal' in their authority. No ope. disputes them without injury to himself. In the old days when a subject disputed any word of the I^lng, he lost his head. The fact today, is just as royal as 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 successful dispute is the essential truth of chiropractic which , is (1) that disturbance of joints ot the backbone causes pressure upon nerves. (2) That this nerve pressure causes disease, and (3) That the chiropractic sphiaj adjustment restores the alignment of joints, removes ner\-e pressure, and with the cause gone, disease disappears. Chiropractic adjustments this month are being given with un-usal effectiveness in cases ot rheumatism, bronchitis, lumbago, asthma, tonsllitis, influenza, coughs, colds and head-iches. NO CHARGE Consultation is without charge or {obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH & SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and 1441, Just think this time last year we were walking around disgusted with things in general under weather conditions from seven to twenty-one below zero. Today. December .1, we are not shovelling coal into the furnace because the lowest temperature has been 21.5 above and the highest 52.5. November has been pretty good to UB with the .exception of wind. Sixty miles an hour was the record for the month and that Is t^e way the month was heralded in. Last Sunday was another high day with 48' but two days after November started the �wlndt.^ hatL-gone down to 54. Outside of that' November brought us 103.1 hours 6t sunshine as against 99.1 in 1919. The r precipitation favpred the city dwellers but not the farmers. Only .006 of., an Inch was recorded while last Nov-i ember the record was 1.26, the highest In twelve years. The maximum^ temperature was 56 andthe lowest was' ten below. Last November the maximum temperature was sixty-one above and the minimum 13.5 below. , The' mean temperature for November .o� this year was 31.2 and lor NoTemheir of last year of 21.3. , ' ' ." ' Obituary HEWITT-After living for ten years in Lethbridge, Mrs. Martlm Pearl Hewitt, died Wednesday in G^lt Hospital. Mrs. Hewitt was the wife of R. H. Hewitt, 608 Fifth Street, S. Mrs. Hewitt is survived by four children. She was a daughter of Martha and Joseph Pilling, of Kimball, Alberta, and was bbrn at Card-ston. Funeral arrangements are In charge of T. S. Fetterly, The funeral will take^ place trom the L. D. S. church on Friday at 2:30 o'clock. Bishop G. W. Gi*een will ofBcIate and interment will be in the public cemetery. WASHBROOK-Mrs. Sarah Anne Washbrook, .55 years of age aoA'tOt nineteen years a resident of 'Leth^ bridge died early this mornjng at heif! home, 1251 4th Avenue, north,, after an illness lasting almost three years. Mrs. Washbrook Is survived by hen' husband, George, three daughters, Bdith, Alberta and Ethel, and one aon� William. The entire family is lirlng at boms''' with the excdption of WiUla.m, who la married and living In Lethbridge. , William is a fireman on the C.P.Rr> Mrs. Washbrook came to Lethbridge from Yorkshire and during the war v she was prominent in the war work in the city, along with her three daughters. She was an active worker in the W.C.T.U.. and was a memter of St. Augustin's church. The arrangements for the funeral have not been made yet. McKay/shave charge of the body. ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS* ASSOCIATION DANCE AND WHIST DRIVE IN THE MASONIC HALt " FRffiAY, DEC. 3ri 1920 Tickets $2.G0 CoupIe->Extra Lady $1.00 ' NINE TO TWO Mrs. Harry Hudson's 6-Piece Orchestra. Tickets may be jobtalned at the Lethbridge''and Alexandra 'Hotels; also of any member of the association. DRESS INFORMAL-SUPPER SERVED FREE IS O'CLOCK BUNS Have you tried the Buns at the National Bakery? -A large variety, and always fresh, ,/ CINNAMON BUNS, COCOANUT ROLLS, RASP-BERRY BUNS, SCONES, PARKINS, ETC, , Quality is our watchword. Lethbridge National System of Baldng 407 FIFTH STREET SOUTH I Secretaries of the G. W. V. A. and the ilitary Chapter, L 0. D. L WISH TO RECEIVE THE NA^ES OF ALL WIDOWS' CHILDREN ANaORPHANS OF RETURNED SOLDIERS (MEMBERS OF THE G. W. V. A.) UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE, NOT LATER THAN DECEMBER 4TH, SO AS TO ENABLE THEM TO MAKE PREPARATIONS FOR THE MONSTER MILITARY XMAS TREAT. ILK IS THE MOST NOURISHING AND HEALTHFUL OF ALL FOODS It Is also one of the cheapest of foods. Our pure, fresh, pasteurized mill< is the kind you need. Are You Using Buttermilk? It Is excellent top cooking and maKcs a goiod drink. Only 5c per quart, delivered. Phone 1576 and have our driver call. THE CRYSTAL DAIRY, LTD. PHONE 1576 ;