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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMi lETHiSRIDQI DAILY V EhALO. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 31, 1909. Begin the New Year Right If you are buying Real Estate, don't forget Parkview If you are buying Automobiles, remember the and Comes Back. If you are buying a Steam Plow, get an one that does the SOUTHARD BLOCK o 2 I i ;rt I I i I FORGET THAT AFTER FEE. 1 the price of Parkview lots on Westminster Road be advanced in price to each. Until that date you can buy them for each, cash, balance per month. IMPROVED 160 in for sale on easy terms, or exchange for Lethbridge property. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Phone 1425 Office, Room 1. Ott Block open from 7-9 I ie! AMONG CANADA'S WAGE WORKERS Thought Provoking Cinders Picked Ffom the Path of Labor-Activities Summarized and Recorded For Those Who Do the World's Werk Canadian students of the I. T. U. (pean centers of the labor movement. Course of instruction have had their j which at the lime proved futile. The troubles with the customs officials, j brutal action of the authorities may I Thtougk the kindness of Pres. Powell, of Ottawa union No. 102, the matter i was taken up with the authorities, and the best that could be extorted from the tax-gathering department of the Canadian government was to es- tablish a rate of 37 cents duty on the outfit. We do not supposed the Can- adian statesmen responsible for this but would admit they are putting a tax on education, but they pographical Journal. The shorter work-day helps those who have secured it, but the eight hour will not decrease the army of unemployed, for it has been demon- strated in a thousand establishments that the workers turn out as much in a day of eight hours as that of nine, ten or eleven hours. The solu- tion of the problem lies in political action and ultimately ownership of the machines bv those.who use them. Investments in C.P.R. TQwnsites bring Big Returns Lots are now offered for sale in the townsite of That greatest of all living fakirs. W. R. Hearst, who'has become a mil- lionaire by selling the wage-earners his "yellow many of which are not decent reading in a brothel, has now shown his leopard spots bv entering suit against the Western .Federation of Miners for damages be- cause they favor and work for a clos- ed Workers' Journal. A permanent organizer, G-ribble. Canada. A big campaign and organ- ization fund is being raised, and, along with the regular dues-paying If a few of the wage-workers of Spokane will insist on butt-ing their is to be placed in the field in British j heads against a brick or "direct ac- Columbia by the -Socialist party of tion" wall, it would only bet encour- aging an incorrect line of action to rush to their assistance. Experience will teach them what must be done. The "free speech" bogy should not be all that is said of it. And it may be regretable that misled workers will make asses of themselves, but it's the only some of them learn the lesson. The Socialist part- of Canada now owns and issues its own official or- gan, The Western Clarion, at Van- couver. The editor is D. G. McKen-'It zic. E. T. Kingsley continues in the' printing and publishing business, j X There is a likelihood of The Clarion' being issued semi-weekly during the: T session of the British Columbia leg-is-' -r lature so that working-class reports T from the House may be public-' 4- itv. i T 19 miles East of Leth- bridge on the C. P. R. 19 mites East of Leth- bridge on the C. P. R. owned jointly by the C.P.R. and the f I A.R. I. Co. For prices, terms, blue prints and all information call on {he Sole Agents HATCH LAND COMPANY The H, OLIVER BLOCK "Men are not hired for philan-' Mr. Haywood declared re-! cently, "but for the money to be oh-' tained from brain and brawn." I -I-1 1 I I I I I I membership, a special effort will be made to win at least a dozen seats i in the next. election. blind well-informed workers to the folly of members of the working-class ruling class to the decrees it issues J. H- Hawthornwaite and Parker Williams. Socialist members of the British Columbia legislature, were in .Vancouver last week, attending a Look out for your in a special meeting- of the executive of wet place and slip. When tne party for the purpose of complet- ybur foot slips you may not do more PIans for a thorough political than break an arm or leg, but a siip; organization throughout the province. of the tongue has ruined the business! and reputation of many a good man. I According to press despatches, the Herald. .building occupied by the Voice office i at Winnipeg; has been destroyed by x j fire, with a loss of some only Legislation is the name given bv a'Partly b5l insurance. The voice however, will appear as usual M-M I-H-i-M I I I M-H-H-H- -H-I-'I'M I I I-H I I I I It M-I-H; A REGULAR SANTA GLAUS Lots 15, 16, 17, Block 96, each. Lots G and 7, Block 96, each. Lots 23 and 24. Block each. Easy terms. repeating the direct-action-no-ballot in its own interest, but garbed in of Canada. tactics of forty years ago in Euro- th-e trappings of the public interest. an open journal to the wage earners SNAP, QUARTER 1-2 miles from and fenced. Price per L. S. R. IP LEY Tel. 1043 Bik. II I H I I I ALBERT E. IVEb, I 'M-H-I-H-H STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK ill I H-1 -H-i- -H-H-H-H- I T T i T 3NAP Two Lots on Bruce Street, River view, 1-3 cash, balance 4 and 8 months V. GIBBONS Co. I' I O l OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 7 roomed, new, fully modern, two storey house, corner London and Westminster Road cash, assume loan of Balance arrang- ed. f Illinois Alberta Realty Co. f 2nd floor Johnston block. Phone 290. Auto 455. LARGE 5-ROOM HOUSE ON DOUBLE LOT Located on city water and electric light lines 1-2 block north or Ry. track N. Ward. The house has been newly re- modelled all through. Included with the house is a very large heating stove well suited fox- heating the whole building comfort- ably. There are two tons of coal in the cellar. TERMS: cash, balance in easy monthly payments. For full particulars call at the of- fice of SKEITH TILLEY Farmers organization in the north-1 west prairie provinces are demanding that the government, take over and operate the great grain elevators of Canada. The old country elections are just now occupying the attention of every student of international events. The j outcome means much1 from an edu- jucational viewpoint. While the main j issue lies between the landed classes j and manufacturing class; there is T no doubt labor is 'a factor in the cam- J. I paign. T T A vigorous and united protest ag- ainst the iniquitous annual poll tax and its method of collection is j being made by the central bodies and unions of British Columbia. s t t T-S -T i HERE IS A farm. Only 4 miles from Kipp and 12 miles from Lethbridge. 480 acres of choicest land where Timothy and Alfalfa have been grown with good success. Nearly all under plow. Fair buildings. Good fences and good water, full equipment of farm implements goes with the sale. For CASH OR CROP PAYMENTS. .Call or write us for particulars. This farm is bound to sell very T T T J. -i- Calgary Typographical union has concluded negotiations for a new i scale, giving increase of S3 a week jfor machine operators and ?2 a. week 'to hand compositors. Calgary is in the center of the fast growing Cana- jdian Northwest, and the members of i No. 449 seem to be abreast of the I times, and now have a scale that com- pares favorably with the best in the jurisdiction. Under the new agree- j ment the machine scale for night work is ?25 a week, and for floor and job men, a week, and with the hours of work placed at seven and i one-half. The pay for the day ma- chine work is a week, and for floor and job men a week, eight hours constituting a day's work. The new Winnipeg scale increase al- so is practically agreed upon. 320 acres fine level lapel, 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 Round Street. P. 0. Box 377. H-I-I-H-H-I-H.11 M-M I-H-I-H-r l I 'H-M I -H-I-H-H- If you're open for a sua.p on Weyburn line within fif- teen miles of Lethbridg-e you should see south half 9-8-19. "We'll stack our time-against yours any day you say. Three liours will do. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT Southard Block. Phone ,350 Lethbridge. -I--H-H- JL i CAPITAL HOME OFFICE- 300 MINNEAPOLIS Freeman, Maeleod and Graham Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P. C. Box 679 A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good toxvn, for sale on Crop Payment Plan _ THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, Phone 39fi Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 254 A fine corner ft. by ft) on Burdett Street, north of the school, for The H. Macbeth Agency 'A OFFICE Whitney Block lethbpidge SitiBrta DO YOU REALIZE That nothing else has paid the dividends that gooc! farming in Southern Alberta has. DO YOU REALIZE That yon use every ef- fort to obtain a farm of your own instead of working for the other fellow and giving away one-half of what you produce. DO YOU KNOW That by our plan it is not iv.eessory that you have a great deal of money. We make a specialty of selling on easy terms to the thrifty and can make a small cash payment and oi' to go right ahead and work the land. Equipment and Ambition will give you titie to a farm in three to five years. I I A BARGAIN FOR A FEW DATS ONLY 4 -I-.H..H..I.. BUILDING LOTS 4 WATER AND SEWER J. Good Residential Lots for Sale at Reasonable Prices ON COURTLAND ST. the Pair TERMS Phone 1183 T J. I. Ell' CD. 307 CRARB STREET (Opp. Bunk of Telephone 388 HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. ALBERTA M and 15 Five Seven-room Houses for rent Loans made on city property 1000 to 5000 acre blocks wheat land for sale along proposed Weyburn line -M-M-I-M-: 1111 M I-H I-H-: K-I i i-H-i-M-i-i-i- MONEY TO LOAN HERE IB JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOP ONE OF THE BEST SECTIONS IN three miles irom Taber. 200 acres ready for crop in spring. All can be st' earn plowed. No stone. Plenty of good water and two coal mines right at corner of land. The terms are the easiest. Price per acre. 5-xOO per acre cash, and the balance one-half crop pay- ments with interest at 5 per cent. Apply Canadian Real Estate Company Rooms 7 and 8, Bryan Block Automatic Phone 1011 P. 0. Box 387 -W- J. i 7 FIRE INSURANCE 1 The C. B, I I J. -i-H-H-5-I-H- AGENCY I jT Building. Phone i I-I-M I I I I'-IH- T in IS turn Having dissolved partnership wit E. C. Liidtke, I have obtained possession of the unsold portion of the TOWN8ITE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency i T T T T t 1 A I T T The Plowing Question Solved: Buy a Riiiiiely Gasoline OP Steam Engine Special Bargains: 10 Lots on William street, in Block K, each; also acreage close in; Fruit Lands in the celebrated Fraser -Valley, B.C. NONE BETTER, SOLD BY ltd. Next door south Bafmoral Hotel. PHONE 1173 ROUND ST. Phone or write for pamphlets. ;