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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbriige Difly HeraM, Saturday, February A Warehouse Site, for actual use or for speculation One Ljpt on Smith Street, Halt cash balance in 6 and 12 months W. R. DOBBIN 310 Olyn Street Buy Fort George Town Lots _ O Fort George will be on main line of G. T. P. between Edmon- ton and Prince Rupert, r On proposed line between Edmonton and Vancouver G. T. P. Hail way. Terminus of projected line from Yukon. Terminus of projected line opening up Peace River country. Terminus of projected line from Victoria. Fort George is the headquarters of 3 lines of steamboats now. Fort George is situated the Eraser, the North Eraser and Nechaco Rivers. Fort George is the supply point for the whole central British Columbia. TWfk Priroluif Coders tkkti Fron the Fatk of Ubw-Activities Ftr Tfcwe WU Dt the Wtrk If THREE LOTS of Eufferln and ABhmead streets. One of the west corners in the city. Lots in the Duff Addition from up on easy tennis. For particulars enquire Your chance is now, while lots are low. each, down and per month, taxes. No interest. No For fuller information call at our office tonight or tomorrow. Open from 6-8 tonight. Phone455. P.O.Box 1295. THE Illinois-Alberta Realty Co. tr JOHNSON BLOCK NEXT BALMORAL HOTEL KITTRIDGE WILL COACH HARVARD BALL TEAM Cambridge, Mass., Feb. ll.--MalT.cbl J. Klttridge. a former well knDwn catcher with American and National league teams, and one season .Montreal as catcher managor, has been engaged to coach the candidates for the position of catcher on the Harvard baseball team. Some twenty- five battery candidates-are now-in cage. 444 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4'4 ARE YOU LOOKING FOR LAND WITH j AN EASY CASH PAYMENT WE HAVE-FOR SALE an A.I. Half-Section within two miles of the Maryfcld-Lethbridge Branch of the C. N. R. All can be broken; is slightly rolling and covered with a gooil crop of grass. Price only ?12.GO per aero. JSSO.OO cash and tho balance in four equal annual instalments, with interest at 6 per cent. For this and other bargains apply to the CANADIAN REAL ESTATE COMPANY t Rooms 6 4-7 Bryan Block. Auto. Phone 1011. P. O. Box 387 T 4444 M44'44 4 4MM4444 This space reserved for particulars of tfORTH WARD PROPERTY. The North Leth- I bridge Realty Co. C. S. DONALDSON, Mgr. In Store Lately Occupied by HK" Mrs. Douglas building trades councils in the east like to get comparisons relative to wages and cost of living. Here is a. state- ment made by a well-informed Van- couver member of the Amalgamated Cociecy of Carpenters: Bricklayers, wages, 62 1-2 cents per hours per week. Plasterers, wages, 75 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Carpenters, wages, 50 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Painters, wages, 50 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Sheet Metal Workers, wages 50 cts. per hour; 44 hours per week. Plumbers, wages, 50 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Steamfitters, wages, 50 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Electricians, wages, V50 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Laborers, wages, 35 cents per bour; 44 hours per week. Lathers, wages, per M., 44 hours per vreek. Plasterers' Laborers, wages, 50 cents per hour; 44 hours per week. Cost of Living i 4-room, not under per month. Fuel, coal, per ton; wood, per cord. Light, meter, house average a month year round. Bread, 4 loaves 25 cents. Flour. 100 IDS, Potatoes, 1 bushel, 75c to ?1. Meat, 10 to 30c Ib fresh. Sugar, ?1.30 per20-lt> sack. Taxes, workers' home average about per year. Board and room, per day; rooms from ?2.00 to fo.QO per week. from one minutes' toil laid upon them by their industrial masters. L S. R I PL EX Tel. 1034 Blk. M M M 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 M M Ml M H M H 4 444 44 4 4 4 44 An ex-Pinkertoa detective declares iu the Chicago Daily Socialist that there are between six and sevem thou- sand Pinkerton labor spies at work in Canada and the U. S., smashing unions and blacklisting agitators. Parker Williams, Socialist M.P.P. in British Columbia, while discussing the annual poll-tax said: "When a man pays nothing but poll tax it means that he has "been skinned so close that he has never had a chance to own anything taxable in other ways." New two-storey Seven Roomed House on London Road, near Coutts St., cash. Mortgage Balance in three annual payments with interest. A BARGAIN. Money to Loan Fire Insurance THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY f ACADIA BUILDNG REDPATH ST. At last Samuel Gompers has been forced to make an editorial declara- tion against Socialism. He busked independent political action for, thirty years, but was compelled to break away to the rank and forth- with came down with a jelly- fisk "swat-your-eneinies-and-elect-our- friends" sort of policy. The Social- ists in both America and Europe would not down so to the safe-and- same old political fossil has again laid down what might be termed a Gomperonian policy. Says he of So- cialism: "The test of time has prov- ed that their (the Socialists) project- ed co-operative commonwealth is un- attainable, unworkable, and supreme- ly undesirable." Of course this set- tles it. Every Socialist will now shut up and the movement shuffle in- to the oblivion to. which Gompers should have gone long ago accompan- ied by the Civic Federation. Manitoba general elections are in sight, for April. If the wage-workers of the prairie province really want a compensation that t will cost money to industrially mur- er opportunity is theirs. A petition" in. the form of a half dozen ocialists, elected members of the leg- slature will deliver the goods. 4444444 THE STRONGEST GAS WELL IN CANADA IS LOCATED AT BOW ISLJHND H- fc The Bow Island District produced The Greatest Land Rush iu (lie West You need know nothing else to lend you to sec tliatrBow Island lots arc a sound invest- ment. Lots from to Get busy. Get in on the ground floor while YOU have the chance. The Vanvouver real estate agent who advertised tbnt "population makes falue" blindly stated an economic ruth. All the value that ever was or ever will be 5n real estate, buildings, railroads, mines or'any form of wealth s carried around on the legs of the working class. With the demise or banishment from any gifen locality .of the worker goes all that is termed 'value." The Eastern Labor News says: "A tariff was put ca steel so .that the -working man would noi have to compete with the "pauper labor of Europe." It was not ex- pected that the steel trust would make paupers of the American more than any foreign country." TELEPHONE 1325 -MjMMMMH M T W. J..JLLOYD 4 M M f M M C. K. DEVINE Your own selections from the old Steed Ranche, eighteen miles east of Warner, up IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Southard Block 4MMMM.4M f'4'4 Phone 1353 Lettoridge MMMM4 MM MM MMM444MM4 BARGAINS IN NORTH WARD PROPERTY One double lot In business section Westminster Rd. One double lot and house in business section, Westminster Rd. 2 double lots on James St. facing ea. TERMS On all of above.................1-3. balance-3 and 6'months 1 I. CQ. 307 CRABB ST. OPP. BANK OF MONTREAL I 4- 444 M44 4 f 4 A 4 M 4 4 4 .iff 4 t Fort Wiliam Trades and Labor coun- cil has gone on record in favor of the single tax principle of taxation, a sys- tem that already prevails at Edmon- ton, Alta., and Vancouver, B. C. The workers two years ago endeavor- eel to have the Eight-Hour Bill passed by tha Dominion government. An ef- fort was again made at this session of the federal house, but the bill has been thrown out. The bill was thrown out through the lobbying of the paid agents of the Canadian Manufacturers' associ-1 ation. The Manufacturers" association, whose members live off unpaid laboi of the workers saw to it that the men At a recent meeting of Vancouver B. C., Trades.and .Labor Council, reso.lutioa- was introduced by Del. Youhill declaring a boycott .on. the meat trust by an abstinence. Gen- eral Secretary. Pettipiece did not ag- ree with being in the martyr class with the suffragettes. Post's sawdust did not appeal to bis appetite and the sensible move in this matter would he to follow the example oi Edmon- ton. There the Trades and Labor council considered a meat but instead, resolved to request the government to take action and now the Alberta government is erecting a big .pork .packing plant. If organized j labor in British Columbia could be as successful in putting the salmon in- dustry under collective ownership in this province, they would be aqle to make a good fight against; the meat trust with government-owned and go- vernment packed salmon ready for consumption. The resolution for a boycott failed ,to carry. SNAP T t 15 acres close to Rosedale. per acre. One-third cash. Balance 6 and 12 mos. Clear title. Agent for Barnes Coal. All orders receive prompt attention. upon whom rests the burden of the work of Canada should not be freed The Edmonton, Alta., Trades and j Labor Council denies prese reports that large numbers .of men are needed The Golden West i Realty Co. for railway construction work iu that !localitv. f 44 Co-Op. HH M t M M M M Crabb Street t HHHHHHH4 6 Acres in north end of city, only S3000.00; ?1SOO.OO cash, bal- i! 4- ance in 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent, interest. A Xo. 1 buy for subdivi- 4- j sion. j 4- H H H H H H M H H H H H M H H LONDON ROAD 3 lots close to corner Bartlett St each. Water and sewer. Easy Terms. 4- 4- IOWA-ALBERTA LAND CO. 4-4-4-4- 4-4-4- 4-H-M-4-4- Lots beside AHiletic Grounds for sale at each, with terms. t I I THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE Alberta Blk., Lethbridge Box 25-1 Phone 104i> f f M M M t f 4- 4- 4- 4- j t 4- t ALBERT E. IVES, t STAFFORD BLOCK 297 f- M M M M M t H i 14 FOR SALE acre lots suitable for market gardens, etc. 1 mile south Agricul- tural arc ow.iors of tiiis land, therefore guarantee price to be xiuch lower than any other the same distance from this city. See us for prices and terms. l F. L. WHITNEY COMPANY Leading Real Estate and Financial Brokers 414 p. 0. Box 377 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- NEED HAM BAKER BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA. Bow Island is 60 miles east of Lethbridge on the C. P. R. aeisieisfaeiemsf: A few lots on McKillop Street, North Ward, ?1SO each. Terms. 4 room house and 2 lots on Robert Street, North Ward on terms Liberal discount for cash. have some snaps in farm land close ID. For prices and terms inquire 4- MMHM 4- Hit MMMf MM 4-M M M M f M f 4 GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. Office Room 1, Ott Stock Open from 7-9 evenings Box 1892 Phone 1425 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- well located lots on Bruce St. Kiver- 3 and 6 mos. R. V. GIBBONS Co. 4- PHONE 1191 OTT BLOCK H.HHH.H ttHt f tHf HHHH acres of choice land close to Dia- mond trade for a modem house in Lethbridge or a pair of residential lots on sewer. SATURDAY'S SPECIALS rjriWO ACRES in North Ward suitable for subdivision, south of park each. neat 5 room- ed cottage in Block W., on Westminster Road. ?20.00 per month. vyE HAVE modern houses for sale, residential and busines lots; spur track loca- tions; money to loan; corres- pondence solicited. AGENTS for Rumley steam and gasoline outfits, Cock- shutt plows, drills, discs, wag ons, buggies. Frost Wood haying and harvesting machin- ery, Brantford twine. The Lethbtidie-Weyburn Realty Co, Ltd. Phone 1173 One Door South Balmoral Hotel ;