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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ESTHTB MHRKET The best Steam Plowing Machine is the Avery. I sell them. Two Lots in Riverview each Same Old Stand: Southard Block i state I i 5 LEVEL RESIDENCE east facing, Block each; each cash; bal. 6 and mouths. I ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK The Best Buy in the City: A business site on Ford St., close to Post Office, three lots 25x125, on easy terms, or cash. JAMES LYNCH IN CALGARY Typographical Union In the West R. V. GIBBONS 3-H-H-I-M I H-I -1-H I I M I I M OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 jas much as possible about the gene-: sis, development and results oi ihej homestead laws of this country. It; is not impossible that a system of i land laws will be established in Si- j iberia closely modelled after the land! I code of the United States. j Ar Y The American system oi survey ins !President lii s.-stabusums une 10 lands was; one oi the matters in which the Rus-j siau visitors were most deeply inter-! ested, because this has presented oncj of the most difficult problems in Si-j beria. Maps of all the States were j secured, together with many plates, detailed explanations oi the survey-j ing system and the laws under which the surveys are made. The migration of the Russian peas- 1-HinniH-MHMIHIl BIG SNAP-6 lota, choice, five and half blocks south of Central School, for cash. __; The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH J 4..H. Mltll I-I-frH-I.....M-H-H-H- H-H..1 I 1 11 I 1.11 I t H-W-H-fr-H-H-H-H 111II 11 v :'q d HoTite in Addition, full basement, fur- J mfcl handles, balauce monthly. t Lot and half Pime St., ca.h, or terms 6-roomed fully toia-e on Courtland St" SdoW' J J cash I Illinois Alberta Realty fter MM "talrl1 m _ 1 1 1 1 n i i T.H-H-H u n H-H-KU 1 Co. I Calgary, Dec. M. Lynch, resident of the International Typo- raphical union, and head of an or- anization of members, was he guest of honor at a banquet ten- ered him by Calgary Typographical nion No. 449 at Cronn's cafe last ight. There were sixty-four persons resent, including -Mayor Jamieson, R. B. Bennett, M.P.; P. J. Nolan, J. H. Woods, editor of the Calgary Herald, and a number of printers. The menu was good, the speeches were good, and the fun was fast. 0. Horsfall of the local union was toast- master. Replying to the toast of the Inter- national Typographical union, Presi- dent Lynch, who is the first interna- ionai officer of the union to visit Alberta, made a strong speech in be- half of unionism, and the association 3f printers in particular. He sketched ,he history of the organization since ts formation in 1852, saying it was ,he oldest international union of wage earners in existence. 'In the first forty years of our s-H-HI IIIM-I-H-H-H This is finest proposition on taken tip rery quickly. et and be ww Freeman, Macleod and Graham P. 0. Box 679 A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, j Phone 39fi Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 A Good Corner on Burdett Street for Sale, four blocks from Union Depot for TMe H. Macbeth Agency antry across the Caucasus and Ural mountains is assuming the propor- tions oi a great race movement, simi- lar to those which swept the Aryans across Europe, and whic-h later car- ried them across the Atlantic to an- next the Americans to the European sphere of influence. Indications are that Russia's eastward migration will be as rapid and as remarkable in its results as was the westward move- ment of population in the United States. GOULD INTERESTS OUT New York, Dec. forge part of the Gould interests in the Western resented to-day at a meeting of the board of directors. Those affiliated with the Goulds were succeeded by nien representing the; American Tele- and Telephone Co. The Harri- maa and Moore interest, the dividend. of which is 3 per cent, per annum. was not changed. A quarterly divi- clared. existence we had to strike repeatedly o impress upon our employers our right to unitedly insist upon higher wages, just as the younger unions do he said, we have now. reached a stage where we can nego- tiate on an equal footing with the American Newspaper Publishers' as- sociation, employing of our members. He told of the organization in 1892 of the tome for aged and indigent members of the union at Colorado Springs, which has been enlarged to include a sanitarium for sufferers ;rom tuberculosis. He said the in- stitution1 is now worth and told of the efforts to stamp out tuberculosis among the members of the union by procuring more sanitary working quarters. The Mortuary Benefit He also told oi the plan now afoot to give a mortuary benefit of 5400 to every member having been in the union 15 years, and oi the organiza- tion of a correspondence school to finish at cost the instruction neces- sary to make printing apprentices ex- perts in their line, and able to com- mand a higher salary than those who do not receive its' benefits. President Lynch is on his way to Los Angeles, and expressed regret that he was unablt: to visit Leth- bridge and other points in Alberta where the: I.T.U. is organized. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST INSURANCE PRESIDENT New York, Dec. P. Sheldon, deposed president of Phoenix Insur- ance Co., Brooklyn, who. is critically ill at his home in Greenwich, Conn., was indicted to-day by the Grand Jury for grand larceny in connection with alleged looting of the Fire In- surance company.s treasury to the extent of or moore. No advance in prices at the Lyceum for "Sherlock Holmes" tonight, 25c, 50c, 75c. Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of Chin, owned jointly by the Canadian Pacific Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on THE GEORGE M. HATCH Land Co. SOLE AGENTS i n 1i ii n m n i- After Increases in Theiir Wages New York, Dec. S.-Demands for wage increases formulated for pre- sentment to the railroads will call m j some cases for a raise of 100 per cent. "_ v Vice-President Jamos MurdocK, of 5 Lots on corner MmcDutf and Coutts per lot. cash or-ttnni. Lot and half on Brumton St. Terms. Two lots on Bruce St. 1475 Cash. Two ioti on Brnce St. one-third cash; balancs in 4 and 8 montha. Modern House to Hental .140.00 per month. T T Russia Wants To ilop Siberia AN 11 LOTS ON EXTRAORDINARY SNAP IDD1NGTON AVENUE FOR 1 THIS IS THE BEST BUY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Fully Modern 7-Roomed House, standing on 2 Lois ful situation, corner position. S4.0CO. Phone 261. Office Crabb Street Small House Lot North Ward, S375, good terms. 4 few well located lots in North Ward at STO each, terms Buildins Lots on Cntbill Street. Price S6CO GALVIN-HATFIELD I Ott Block. Lethbrtdge, Alta. P. 0. 1892 Phont 457 ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD IT PAY YOU Washington, D.C., Dec. confronted with the great task of di- recting; and supervising the migration of its people to Siberia, is turning to j the United States for information as to how such a movement may best be handled in the interest, of both the people and the Government. Representatives of the Russian Zemtvos have been in Washington re- cently, studying the land laves, home- stead system and mineral mining sta- tutes, and in general looking into the whole process of administering the public lands. Beyond this, they are endeavoring to learn the method by which the Department of Agricul- ture aids settlers in new countries. They have taken deep interest in the activities of the reclamation service, the Forest Bureau and the Geological Survey. Siberia, it is explained by the Rus- sian agents, is a sadly misunderstood country. It is neither a desert, nor ;an icv" waste, but a great region, ivast 'areas of which arc wonderfully fertile. Plan Development Russia is -anxious to develop Siberia because the country needs develop- ment, and also because its develop- ment will keep millions of them un- der the Russian flag who sconer or later must otherwise become aliens. Beyond all this there is the land problem in European Russia. The peasants, like the peasants of every other country, yearn for a share in the soil. Hence the desire to know THE Farm Security Co. OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN THE Whitney Block lettibpidge llberta buy improved or un- improved lands for casu and sell to the actual settler with necessary outfit for farming on long time with small cash payraent. In this way we give an exceptional opportunity to you, the practical farmer, farmer with good outfit, but small capital. WHY DO YOU RENT v.-hen yoa may thus obtain a farm home of your own. WHY farm so small a place when we can help you to obtain adjoining lands. We also can loan yon mon- ey. Write, or better still, call and see want to get .acquainted. ferai Security Co, the Brotherhood of Railroad Train- men; declared to-day "The demands will presented until after Jan- uary 1st, and only then ratified by the vote of the employees." Mr. Murdock denied that he -was here for a conference with officials of other organizations of railroad men. There is nothing to confer about T be said. "A vote is beingjtat! en on the demands and is expected to be completed Dec. 15." The increases asked for from ten per cent, to 100 Mr. Murdodc added, as some of the east- ern roads are actually paying their men, some of them at least. 50 per cent less than is being paid by the western roads. There is no thought of a strike in connection with the demand to he presented. By agree- ment thirty days' notice must be giv- en the railway managers for consider- ation of the wage scale. W. C. Brown, President of the York Central Railroad, declared this T i afternoon that: if any increase in I wages was granted there would have 4- ito'be an increase in railroad rates. T i president Brown said "If it is truo. that there has been T jan increase in the cost of living since 1 the increases in railroad wages in the f I latter part of 190G and early in 1907. 4 j then t'lie men are justified in asking i for some further increase at this "2 time. If no such increase in the cost i of living has taken place then the I I men cannot expect more pay. The j If acts remain to be determined, but there is not a railroad in the country jthat can afford to pay its pmpl overs j jmore now without getting better rates." Tel. 294 L. S. KiPLEY office Macdonald Block II I U I'M 1 I 1 M 1 I II II II -i M i n n in H-H--I-H'H'I......i -M-i-iii 11 i i n n n n nil SNAP New 2-story on Brunton .Street, 5 rooms and bath, fully modern, will handle, balance F. L. WHITNEY Co Leading Real Estate and 414 ROUND STREET Financial Brokers Reference Bank of Montreal I..H-I-H-H-I-H-H-H- 4 Splendid Fesidence Lots on James Street, North Ward each. Good terms T X 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank of Montreal) Telephone 3SH 4 Good Residential 1 7 j[ Lots for Sale at 5 Reasonable Prices MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE M-MIIIM-H-MllI AGENCY 960 acres on the Weyburn line. Strictly billiard table proposition. Easy terms. We are owners. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block yi-rv -r HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD TERMS; We Either Bay or Sell See Us Today jj -I-M-l- FOR SALE IMPLEMENT BUSINESS in new town between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. A good chance to get in on the ground floor, price of business, stock and property cash. Balance three and six months at 6 per cent. APPLY The Canadian Real Estate Co. T I j. Y Acadia Building. Phone 2M. j H-M TTIRG I Having dissolved partnership witu E. C. Lndtke, I have obtained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSiTE OF BOW ISLAND ami offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or csxll on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency Acreage on proposed Street Car Route; Business Sites on Wwtmittstw Read; Houses lor Sale and Rent. Realty Ltl to W. R. DobVm 4 Offica: DOOM OF BALMORAL HCTEL IflL ;