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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ftAALtf TVMftAT, MeiMSIA IVlMfc _ THE H 'S RERL BSTKTE MKRKET The best Steam Plowing Engine made is the Avery. I sell them. Fine Choice in Duff Addition, to 200 Lots in Alexander Addition to Same Old Stand; Southard Block TUNISIAN MADE A RECORD TRIP Halifax, Dec. all time records between Liverpool Hali- fax, and beating the time by the tur- bime liner Victorian and other steam- ers to tkie port, this tae Tunisian, queen of the Atlantic 4eet, steamed into port a-t after- noon. The Tunisian is tfce CbristiMW boat aad has a large aamber pass- engers, tbc majority of destined for the She has seven an4 wgkty packages of express, and of cargo. Tbe Liverpool at eight o'clock last Fri- day nigto, and tfe wert her iaily rmns Saturday, lii fiwiaay, 1M Mo- day, 3-45, Tuesday, Wadaesday, 357, Thursday, 273; Triaay, 878 to Halifax, 44. Tfceri gloam oa board the ship all ker record breaking as the big. cat, died ou the voyage. For years the cat has been in t-he Allen serrice. He was on the old Batarian u-hf-n that steamer was wrecked be was rescued and transferred the Tunisiaa, wkere he remained ever since. The body was wrapped up in a canvas bag and to deep. Ottawa, ll.- cM teea wrier which tim- of countries wlU participate ia w of aad aawcatart ha- ports ia the ot Canada aad oa the Pacia- coast of Caaada ria Sotth America: GexMAity, The BTftthexlamdi, Italy, Norway, Aortria Belgium, Btouuuk, Arieatiaa aad Japan. 141 t i H Mii 1 I i 1 t i- T T T A REGULAR BAUTA OLAU1 Lots 17, Block eack. Lots 6 and 7, Block 96, each Lot. 23 and 24, Block 9ti, eack. Eaty terms. ALBERT E. IVES, i H-H-'H' I' I'll I i I H-i'-H-i- .1'i-t Tbiick Prtrikki Ckairi Pickad Fraa Mb If W Recorded Tkttt Wfe fc At oftan lame "reToltttioiiiBt" thrown at thwn, hut raftl aot the people who carried through a revolu- tion, hut those who provoked it. The CooatrtatiTttj in country wars always the most revolutionary, la Spain the real revolutionists were those whq, in the face of truth aad justice aad order, shot Fraacisco Ferrar, So it was in this country. The Lords were goiaj to reduce islatioa to chaos in order to thek owa petty Cur- ran, in Londoa Labor Laadet. i n t LOOK THIS UP I Foxir lots 25 y. 125, Block 126, facing Peplow Street, t each; 1-3 cash, balance d and 12 months, 6 per J i cent. R. V. GIBBONS Co. H-H U H-I-: OTT BLOCK. PHONE 222 4- fr I I i I T I H T T T H-T-t-t-H-T-i..t-t-t-T. .j. t BIG lots, choice, five and aalf blocke south of Central f School, for cneh. T The Alberta Securities, Ltd. i Pfaiae'l41 ROUND AND REDPATH H I J i J I-J-H I r >1 I H-M' I I 'H-fr- i 11 -H-I-I-1 -K.-IMI f t 7 roomed, new, fully modern, two storey house corner -r I London and Westminster Boad I cash, assume loan of Balance arrang- 'r ed.______________ f Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 2nd floor Johnston block. Phone 290. Auto 455. -H'M-I I U'1-M I II t-t-H-I-H The Swrtchmens1 of North- westera railroads are out oa strike. The rest of the railway organiza- tions, of course, are still .on the job: not evea a conference between tae la- bor officials having been 'held. Better experience will compel federation subsequent events will force all wage- workers to political action. In a. report made last weeic, Gener- al Booth, commander of the Salva- tion Army, declared that that organ- ization is unable to take care of 18 per cent, of the people now applying to it for assistance, has revealed an appalling condition of distress, suffer- ing and starvation brought to a ter- rible climax by the winter weather that set ia last week. Hundreds of thousands of British Workingmen, able-bodied, skilled artisans, willing and anxious to work are, with their families, literally starving and perish- ing from lack of food, fuel and clott- ing. '-'Gompers and his co-workers will go to jail." That is the opmiom of Jas. M. Lynch-. "But I must admit it will stir t'ke workers of America as no other event in labor history om this; continent has done. The result would be hard to forecast at this time." ister as a voter, to it is is %ais true mutt be aade. Some day a waRO-earner's and uaian card will be transfeimtii oa the same terms. Bat uatil are a few more working class repr-e- seatatrves in tae aotse of legislation tc "write tae law." Tke Vancouver Ministerial associ- ation 'will apply to the and Labor council for. affiliation and seating oh delegates from their "un- ioa." j At a ministerial association iae in Vancouver the other day one preacaer has just finished relating a story of a young college graduate who was working in tae Pacific eoatt metropolis for per month for a man who knew less and did muck less, but drew a year, when a second speaker proclaimed that "it took brains get on in this world." Verily, there is no need to say unto you. -I I I-I I -I Loti are now offered for sale in the of Chim, twncd jointly by the Canadian Rail- way and the Alberta Railway and Iirigatioii Co. For prices, blue prints and all information caU THE GEORGE ML HATCH Land Co. SC AGENTS Lords." The people of England its. In 1901 alone they cleared S40.-1 T So long as there is profit in j sale of booze there will be booze. So j long as capitalism survives there be prostitution. Then, if both must live, let them be regulated and po- liced segregated and medically su- D-ervised, BfitT Fine imported 1-4 section 3 from Barone, 100 xinder plow, fenced. House and stable. per acre: cask, bal. easy terms. 480 a-cres 2 1-2 miles from Barons, acres nnder 300 acree ready for crop. House, barn, granaries; 2 Treils. Price per acre. Easy terms, on either crop or cash payments. Freeman, Maeleod and Graham MM. n ________________ -H-I 11 M-H-H-H- T f A 2560 aca-e Farm, five miles from good town, for f T sale on Crop Payatcwt I THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, I Phone 3% 4- Bryan Block, Letfabridge P. 0. Box 254 The workers nced no sympathy. err they themselves must freedom, tie riRht ire. It bas been, said tket attempt to solve the social zscE3ployed proV em fey ckaritr is like unto Stan-ding on the "brink of bell aiU pitching snowballe into flames an endeavor to erfcingtiisk the un- quenchable. After readinK the rari- ous reports and statistics of ated charities in Eaglaad, ia York, in Toronto. and even Western cities, the metaphor more real than tlegant. Tnere is certainly a seatiment in England which mav in the near fu- ture silk-stocking fra- ternity which is known as are awakening to the fact that men boast of blue blood and royal lineage can scarcely make laws in the interests of the great mass of peo- ple. Men who wear the royal robes of patricians can. scarcely ;be expect- ed to draft and enact laws that con- fer favors on plebeians. The people of England are discovering; that law- makers must be in touch with the people and that men who stand on the lofty summit of royalty are deaf to the cries of distress and blind to tte misery and wretchedness that haunts millions of hovels in the land where the folds" of the Union Jack kisses the Magazine. At the annual election of officers of the Journeymen Barbers' Interna- union of America, local 517, Toronto, the following were elected; President, W. ,D. Rockett; vice-presi- dent, J. H. Brett corresponding-fin- ancial secretary and business agent. Leon Worthal recorder, R. A. Fisb- er treasurer, W. A. Locke trustees. J. Gauntly, J. A. Paul, B. Elliot guardian, H. Hopkins. organization, the constant chanee of ideas among the wage-earners bring- ing also the power of organized eGort and the knowledge of such power. Profit is unpaid labor. Between 1895 and 1900 the Carnegie Steel works realized in prof- BUSINESS PROPOSITION Three and Store centrally situated in N0rth W ard. For particulars enquire The first duty of every wage-earner owes himself and his class is to res- Under the present eircumstaaces, followiag clause in constitu- tion of- United States of America furnishes interesting reading: "Con- gress shall make no law an establishment of or pro- hibiting the free thereof or tie freedom of speech or of tbe press, or the right of the iconic peaceably tc assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances." Labor is said to Tw rapidly organ- izing in Japan, practically every trade or occupation now having its The annual profits of the American railroads were approxi- mately In 1902 the Standard Oil company paid 45 per cent, dividends on its invested capi- tal. Winnipeg labor men are to have .candidates in the 1910 municipal elec- tions. A. W. Puttee, ex-M.P. and editor of the Voice, has been placed in the field for controller, and R. J- Shore, of the Machinists' union, is a candidate for alderman. It is 'prob- able that other nominations will be made in .tie'labor interest. Contro- versies over the fair-wages provision, and the attempts made to'curtail the liberties ofc- citizens in the matter of holding public meetings have aroused the workers in the western city to endeavor to send their petitions to the city council in a different wav to that heretofore in vogue. "Petitions in boots" as Will Crooks aptly ex- pressed it, will be a trial. R. Obermeyer in Herald. Old Bill Miner is a hard proposition to get ahead oi- When be holds up a railway train, that's going some. He escapes from 'ohe penitentiary and successfully stays escaped, pretty good work, too. But when he suc- ceeds in doing a British Columbia lawyer out of his every one must take off his hat to Herald. The Socialist party at Fernie. B. C., have protested the election of W. R. Ross, Conservative, alleging cor- ruption and impersonation. If Ross is disqualified the bve-eiection will be the pepperiest political event ever pulled off in British Columbia. L. S. IUPLEY Tal. 2M Ottce Blook I I '1 1 TV iM-i'M-i-H-I-H-H-H- I-H-H- I I'M M.II M l.M'H1 320 acres fine level land, adjoining Diamond City, all fenced, 50 acres "broken and' other improvements, price, per acre. Terms, apply F. L. WHITNEY Co. Leading Real Estate and Financial Brokers. 414 Eounrl Street. P. 0. Box 377. i -i -i -M -I-M -M- i -i-i-1 I11 I.M-I-M-H I H'H-H- If you're open for a snap on "Weybnrn line within fif- teen miles of Lethbridge you should see south half 9-8-19. We'll stack our time against yours any day you say. Three hours will do. I 1 w., Phone 350 Lethbridge. -H- U-M-1-; Southard Block. .H..H..H-H-H' -t-I-I-IlM-H-H-IMUl TW: I r I H I I H-t-t Conner on Bardett Street for Sale, four r from Union Depot for The Macbeth Agency j-'..t..T 1-M I I-H-I' I H-I1 M1 M-i K-I" T T "j T T Small House and Lot North Ward, 8375, good terms. T A few well lots in North Ward at each, terms T Building Lou on Cutbill Street. Price 1600 ________ GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. X OPEN FOR BUSINESS IK THE 2 Whitney Block Uftbrttge We buy Improred or um- improTed lands for cash an4 sell to the- actual settler with outfit for faming on long time smt.H cash payment. In this way we give am exceptional opportunity to you, the practical farmer, fanner vith good outfit, but small capital. WHY DO YOU RENT when you may thus obtain a farm home of your own. WHY form 8O c-mall place wher. we can help you to obtain adjoining lands. We also car. loan you mon- ey. Write, or better still, call and see want to get acquainted. t Lots in i Duff P. 0. Box 1882 46T I Ott Block. Lethbridge, Altt. 1 farm Security d. M-H i J. I. [Ill I .H..M n 111 i Good Residential Lots for Sale ,at Reasonable Prices HELGERM LANS AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOOK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 6000 acres, 4QOO acres, 1000 acres or 100 as you like it, GOOD TERMS. We Either Buy or Sell See Us Today i: M-H-H-H 111111: M-H-H-.M -H-H-M'-: I 'X I I n t MONEY TO LOAN 4 f FIRE INSURANCE 307 .CSABB STREET T T (Opp. Bank of Montreal) 7 j T Telephone 383 The E. i. I IT I T i IT 11 AGENCY Acadia Building. Phone 2M. i: FOR SALE Here is something worth investigating, if you are look- ing for an investment. A new well built six-roomed two- storey house, size 22 x 26 feet, situated on Burdett Street two blocks south of juondon Road. We can make the price right for a fair amount of cash. Apply to Canadian Real Estate Company Rooms 7 and 8t Bryan Block Automatic Phone 1011 P. 0. Box 387 I M I I I Having dissolved partnership wit E. C. Lucltke, I have obtained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer buskiess and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency T i TEN LOTS ON WILLIAM STREET, BLOCK K, each I -H-H-J Successors to W. R. Dobhin Jfc Ground Floor OF BALMORAL ;