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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday v December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 LOT IS BLOCK 22, .WIF ABDITIOtf-TMs lot has an wcaTation for -a cellar.- one- half casli; balance 3-and 6 BIOS, at 8 per cent, .4 LOTS in Block A4d.; for the 4; cash: balance -3 and 6 mos., 8 per cent, 5 LOTS in per pair; cash: balance 3 and 6 mos.? 8 per cent. FOB, room cottage to rent, furnished, for -three months. Very close .in; 145 a jQonth to suitable tenant. CALL AND GET ONE OF OUR MAPS OF Pkone 311 I o ri t. Lowes atOi Reprettnting: North American Attiiranca Coi, London Guarantee and Accident Co., Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd., AT-Calgary, Edmonton; LETHBRIDGE, h'igh River, Nariton, ,w. v7.-.-. -v PeploV SC, 4 Hots 19-20; Block Ernest 1-3 casH; 8 mos. R.V, GIBBONS CO. "Phone'i 19.1'' Ott Block- TME H. MACBETH AGENCY _ LOANS lots corner" of Ernest and London at 1600.00 each; 6 lots in Block 2S Duff Add., close to new school at f -1- roomed cottage on-2 lots in'-Block 123, facing Westminster for J350C.'- BY KILWAT SNAPS WORTH LOOKING UP .of .f 12.00 per acre; 320 'acres' near" Taber, per acre., 7 room semi-modern house on-lot S7. 1-2 x good barn on lot. Besf built-house in city. cash, balance arranged; Small'house- foot lot, London' Road, 1-3 cash1, 'balance easy terms. CO ROOM 10 ALBERTA 771 r Lots 1 and, 2; Block 66i. ,53200. Five lots, Bloelx V., close to _Victoria' Park.- ?31o each. Four 'lots Block 11, Alexander; each. Asqtiith Lindsay f. Real and Financial Brokers The .reports in, the local press of the St Louis convention of the A.-F. of L. have been, meagre, almost to a point, of ignoring .the of j .notable gathering re- jpresentatives of .both -Canada and the 'United States.' important in-; teresii to local, unionists ,were'.Jbefore the delegates; of whom.over five, hun- dred .were seated. the Canadian -Trades and Labor '.Congress, .the" effect that the .Canadian organizations manded complete autonomy in', labor matters iii ;the "'.A.- fierce right.4over .-the .electricians' factional dispute took was ly.referred to the executive to handle. The' International Union threatened :to, withdraw if-. a -'charter was issued to the Western Federa- tion, of-'Miners. Several British .labor II: attend-- the aha -Labor Council last week, and invateii the co-operation of the council the different unions to help make the new-departure a suc- cess. The. concensus of "f opinion express- ed -before "the Technical Commission was that'; a technical: "school- was es- sential to "meet: the -growth of ihdus- development 'in '..this There; is wait until' the 'the-i com- missionr- shall "have, gathered- all -ne- cessary data andj the same carefully sifted by the "government. jfifr at- hand-. and -its ih- an' several; of '.the'' that -particular craft have agreed "to give practical and theoretical demonstrations to the to ,ibe' a likelihood of the of Wages Tutadaya Machinists, 1st and- 3rd, in Small Man. ._ ._ i Building Trades Council, "let and 3rd, ,in East Sheet Metal Workers, 2nd, ia West Kali. Federated. C. P. R., 4th, "in West Hall. Stonecutters, '1st and 3rd, in Small Plasterers,, in West Hall.' _ Brotherhood 'of Carpenters, and 3rd; in East; Hall. Brotherhood'of 2nd and Hail.; Lathers, 2nd and in- West Hall! as ...fraternal .delegates, also Herr -bill in Alberta, and of ICflT-1 T 4. -L.H, _ _J______' I _- A Karl Legion, president of the German Jf'ederation of Trades "Unions. R. p. Fettiipiecfe represented thfe. Trades and Labor Copngress of f President "Samu'er.Gompers, of. the A. F. L., is reported." as''sftjiag that ail. .the in, .the .Dominion. The honor, of being "the first legisla- tive body in Canada to enact such a law should This province-Meads- all others in avorable wage-earu- P.O.Drawer 3091. Phorie 1183 i LU the negro should .permitted to" era and a comparison t0f the different We ralsqjlearned laws .alr.eadv that the.jnegro.was, hut ,two centuries showed that Alb'erW is awav ah'ead of removed from barbarism, he-could not the: others, .British-.Columbia not ex- underatand of-.human, cepted. X-, Samuel -Gompers is nothing if not-a metapnysicIattV-sna-'this .so-called phil-: osophy is attempt to connect sur pernaturalism- with the--collective Bar- gaining -by trades- -unions in the sale of-labor'- power. A feature evidence, given -the Technical was and-; Labor Council, 1st and in-West Hall; Car Repairers, 1st and 3rd, in.- Bast Hail." r Trades Laljor- Council, :2nd and 4th, _ in West Hall. Teamsters, Hall. _- -.._' '-Fridays- -1 1st and in: East Hail. v .Plumbers, 1st-and 3rd, in.West Hail Society of Carpen'- ers, 2nd, and- 4th, .in Small Brewery 2nd rand. in Vest, Hall. .Saturdays- last in West Hall.- V Bartenders, 2nd in- 'West Hall..- OVER Lots on Ernest Street, between Bompas and CouBtlarid. Price each. v On good terms! Lc PIPI FV O.- LtUt I V; PHONE 103f OFFICE, MACDONALD BLOCK. Ji'; T, N. CHRISTIE A CO. Etlate and Financial Agafita Diamoad City; To-WMite. Lomiia T. N. Chrittle, Notary PuWic, City, Alta. TO FLY 300 MILES AN HOUR Grahame-White Say Furi Wilf Then Begin propounder sho-wei. the fallacy of his (philosophy, which philosophy, jwhen he .denies tlie right .of the negro to join a labor, union. question -of rights" re- itself into one of power to enforce conceptions of rights History proves this, and all prevail- ing, ideas of morality are but the "re- flex of the struggle 'between SALVATION ARMY BAND HELD SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL New Grahame White soiled .for England today, .and' with him went the James Gordon Ben- was. which he The municipal-politicaL pot is be- ginning and -f the Ciceros are cai-efully rehearsing their orations and practising' the by-which they: hope to influence' the and independent electors" mark''the .needful X: against the de-, Alderman. .-King addressed the Trades" and -Labor Council on Thurs- dajr nigiit." aHu "u-is; remarks received hy the '.delegates .assembled; Arrangements are' u'nde'r way" 'by the Municipal Committee t of _ the -co'uncil to call a- mass meeting' in. fayoj ;of ....____. all" other.aspir- ants to. municipal- honors--will. be. in- vited to addi'ess the -assemblv. ff ,_0nly' 12- lots left block' near the old Fair Qroimfls which we axe selling. for' per lot, ?10 cash and per aenth, or -month. These lots worth muoh.; more, twt -to out .we viU sell- for; a few "days, the rest of the lots at pries named, 'Johnson Block CO. 32J FIFTH STREET the environment as Fuerbach, the puts it, inan a hut than in a and Nature.'and Man Man. against joining iar before the var- There is a voice crying in the wild- erness of-. Toronto for the 'formation of a Canadian Labor party. Mr. E. Stevenson, of that city, who is wsll-known. in labor .'circles, is ask- wim-mm went the James Gordon Ben- bor unions has-been before the var labor is ask- nett trophy, which j ious international bodies" and the Un tor a Moses Trf11 the or' he. lifted from America at the .recent Mine Workers of -wage-earners .from the Egypt Before of .the Mine Workers of decided in of admittr. i o r 4.1 tlcs- IS of that even .Asiatics are S, he summary jmg tne negro. .In district particular. The famous "Big Six" of the.Typos Al It is when we get a speed of 150 has sire colored men as members, and The '-''band fcstrwd and social held In "the. Salvation, Army hall on Thurs- day "evening, was a great success, ev- ery'item on th'e programme was well applauded 'by, a, crow-ded audience. Jinsign Laidlaw .fulfilled his duties well as-chairman. The programme in- _____ ________, ..__4 lflfc eluded several items- of music -by the passensers to endiire any speed, be- organized condition, they are readings, vocal and 'instrument- Cayse they encased "in air-tight ace to .trades unionism. This question a! etc. Great credit Just as they are now In a is not'one to glibly smooth over by I -IHWMC.WI. T ?age-earners .from the Egypt of Liberal-Conservative-Socialist poli- Surely there is enough to con- the workers politically without a -new party appearing on the scene. And the platform of principles which advocates, "government. tele- (to 200 miles aa hour that the fun will all over the1 States and Canada a and other like dope. Wage- he said; "People are not go- large number hold cards in the differ-1 Cant eat teleSraPh adopt -as a principal eat unions in the -building Industrr !tiiey Trant to make certain of taeir means of travel until it has-been-made j In the Southern States ther- arc" uu-! jobs' aud 5t Ukes a11 their time to do faster now in exist-jmerous negroes working at the var- ttliat. eace i it will be entirely possible for ious crafts, and in their present 5, threat creait as due-to Ensign Mrs. Laidlaw and her Testl'buled assistants in looking after the refresh j raents. -The financial results Reached the sum of 550, the Ensign expressed his thanks to comrades and friends for their, heljy towards, -making night's nieefeing a the The Speight wagon factory at. Mark- Ham was. shut down owing to an ac- cident to the machinery. Some em- ployees narrowly escaped severe in- jury. Alberta Railway find Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market 1 L each situated north of the track The matter of a Federal Union still hangs fire. There appears to be opposition to an organization of propounding t metaphysical twaddle, non-building laborers which, if true, I it must be faced squarely and from snows ignorance of the purpose a Secretaries' of local all others interested in the growth .of or- ganized'" labor, local, national ternational, having any items of in- terest they wish-' to. make .public should malce use of: this, department of the Herald. Most local.unionists.are .pleased to hear "news .of their .own particular or- ganization, and the pride of craft being largely developed, should be a source -of enthusiasm that should spread to" others, and help the cause along. A discussion on -free.technical edu- cation from a craftsmans standpoint would be. interesting, considering that in the opinion of many unionists it has objectionaoie features when analysed cioseJv. KILWAT. TAFT TRYING PLACE ORDERS NOW For your wants ;f 1ST Plant late in October next spring. Be" sure few eight foot, 'Russian Poplar: in joipr.order for shade and Special price JO peTSozen Express charges -prepaid! to your station Our Laf ge (Sed) Currant and pur: Black; Champion premiiim winners, 'idgiest quality ana perfectly to prairie rplantinar, Mk. j opposed mixture in, down to ;hc rivfcr. a.rui, Jving fnH that should be meted pas- as as oil and length on yJe thin ice, got hold' of Hyer's coat collar. She'dung to him or. twenty minutes, even after tcr came over the ice and almost- coV- errd her, Hyer pleaded ht-r 10 unionists head of the and Labor Opinions differ as to the r is decided upon it e something lingering, but humorous. In order that the unions should Know what nights they meet the sec- fight with us thn -to have him stand l j retar] aioor, ready to do the will of unscrup- ulous capitalists. is published by courtesy of' the Hor- MEETINGS OF UNIONS i sion IN LABOR HALL Mondays rd, in water. He must- arrest crimination and recrimination, allay irritation, and draw the mngs of revenge. It be his duty by sWcct pcr-t_._ __. mi suasion t-hc warring Repub-ilct go and leave him, as. he. con- hcan factions lo forget their vinc'ed both would thdu ji ity and act amicably together for the.cries brought three nu'ii, iv-ho common.good. The work he will cn-ied to bo near, and thev riramtcd" gage ip. from now until the short ses-j girl over the ice, suit" cliucinc; Still Another union added to the ter of organized labor in the" city. Knter the stone-cutters union, which j Laundry Workers, and will meet on the first and third Wed- nesday of each month in the small j HricklayeV and Masons, 1st and lodge room in the Labor Hall. 1st of congress, closes on March -1 jHycr, who was ail but''uiiconscious. jncxt wiu bP in. larSc Part a prcpar.v Ai'l the mail, including a of tion for the time when the historic istered letters, :o U'-c otiurnn The establishing :of night schools at which wage-earners could increase their store of knowledge is connnend- alHe. Mr. Hamilton, the' of the School, appeared "before I Painters and Decorators, anu j in West Hall. Retail Clerks, 2nd and 4th, in East Hall. Electrical Workers, 2nd and -jih, iu Hall. of his party, the Democrats, yha.ll be in power in the house of rop- s rcscntativcs and when moves must be in the absorbing political piunr j which will have control of tlic sovcri: an d! "i en t in iUti as Uic Ir: a word, President Tat'l has ceas- ed to -be the "nrular ht-ad" of rhc Republican party ami loilay. is mani- festing; hi.s purpose to he the actual He will rcniain, of course, as he has of the the river, iias been' Another of cholera discovered at Rowo. lIOu people beiurr held under qiiaranrinc. Samuel T. Withers, second j, sident of the First. Xationa! Buni; RI, j Lynchburg, Va., ooinniirtocl with a revohvr. Tie uad bo.-h for some time. Wainwnght, Melville, Scott, Toflcld, will be at the office ot! the Lar.d Com- pany, 3rd Avc. and 7rh St.', for 'balance of this week, siiov.-- inff jnaps, plp.ns, etc.- of these larr.oiss towns. Easy payments, 10 per cenr. down, and V.alnnes monthly. No no taxes till .Li1'.2. 1; should be a chance icr sny- Ofie- iuieresied in Grand irrrii.ory to see photos oud iicr.r the actual conditions of iJiese towas. .lie McMillan Land G and 7th Si. Srd Av< Aificnce insurance Co. Pacific Cosst Fire his. Co, ;