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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 14.1011. LETflBHIBGF: PiftS. FAIRMONT: The Industrial Sub-division 'Look into all classes of invest meals. Investigate ns-rniteh us you like. You will 'fail id find tuiyiiiiua; tlmt oiter.s, f. everything considered, as attractive A buy as FAIRMONT. Come in and talk it over. i: North Lift >iwuranet Co.; and 1 ..OFFICE! LCTHtHIOGI, ffiytr, Nantofl, At LESS THAN MARKET PRtCK 1 t'Uks west side Block 12S, close to Counland St. each.. lots west side Block 129 running south from lane; only ,'each; 1-3 cash; 4 and g mos. R. V. GIBBONS CO; OF LABOR V o lots' in Blk. 150 on water and light, ea. l-o cash, balance 4 and 8 months. "Koad, 14 x per month. NORTH WESTMINSTER ROAD. 'PHONE S36 President, denies that he read the negro out of the labor move- mem. and the report that was wired all over the world is another instance of the perverted ingenuity of press censors. them to he'tter" than thair rivali. .The'real truth-about the mat- ter Ithfre censorship on ail rln to the preis controlled -by (isis' 'wondered j and often, distorted of and the; sentluieuu voiced by. labor which appear In the local Nearly all.of jjiipeiV to.'thd tend- I li nothiny more or (tbau F. R. __ Company, the j moulder of public Protect Insure with reliable companies. See agents us. PHONE 1934 R1PLEY 4k CO. OFFICE, MACDONALD 1LOCK. IV evening 1 tendered to tlie attended a banquet 10 irom Westmhister.Kd. and 1-2 ;block from Queen Victoria Park, isiti each. 1-2 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months. at 8 per! cent. bv the St. in all fairness to Mr, Compers, number: of--whom hav was criticized in this column, we pub- successful Hsh his statement io the convention at. St. reference to the miser- able trickery practiced upon him: Operators Association, seems to be the i nicest _ .There to'be'a great amo.unt of.'. gufferiiiR with' the'advent ot 'can" uieH.i new immigrants., to' the coal camps opinion7 againn't la- alOHK ihe "Crow." In ihe caee of wiH.'lm 'used bV of Fernie alone there are men idle, -bo'd and welfare.''' been I a little propertv upon which is built 1 local iwiou h..s lost their, modest little Homes. These the per- are: tied to to this fact and are waitin ton Claude V.' Stewart, ow, -Micawber-like. it the ;iical for something; to turn up, W.R. 310 7th St South FEED OATS SEED OATS SEED WHEAT BARLEY Wire or write us for quotations on car load lots delivered anywhere. Bulk or sacked. Alberta Grain Co. Grain Exchange Calgary Off jet Calgary, Drawtr 107 Snaps in Good Lots each-3- lots facing bll- nothing around there less, than each-3 lots Bom- pas, facing' north. 1-3, 0 and 12 mos.. 6 per cent- each-2 lots bk. 120 lots blL 121 facing cast on William St. 2 lots, Ciitbill. close to London.' A siuip. S950 "each, o lots.- Glyn street, 'ricur -Sl-200, 30'1't. bill street. I'in- cst building site in city. 3 Cut- bill: close hi. tice and ihe labor movement -i He has severed vVith government telephone de- partment arid. Was to join th'e; Automatic Co. at Calgary, who are iasiaHiui: a 3000 auto'- _____ malic telephone tyiiem at that'peini. wrong. The statement read that Ij Ste'Warl wan' presented with' a !had "read'the negro our of tlie kborj As.ambssador from clip Trades x'nd chain by the members movement." No greater inis-siatemcht! Labor Congress of :o ihe uni-oll a of could be made. First, Iluive no Federation of Labor Mr. R. P. to do it, and if 1 had the power Iwould Pettioieee io have "made not do it. In reviewing the organized1, KOb'd.'; sjwech to the St. labor 'movement abroad and in the convention! r" was. of Uie usual fiery .United States ..1, called .attention to' type! which expect when Petti-1 the conditions ing people of our rmong several things to which I re-, erous. labor the states: His r ferred I called attention to the- fact; theme .was. action by.-'the everywhere _ that we'-Iiad a population oC eight Vf all countries, lUie'. of diyideads 'aiid-thHt (hey are but i old poliiiual affilia- walle partly of: an icouoclaRtur from'tioiis''and the" formation of x gehuiiio 'nature; "it. is alio'i: builder-tip" .and TOR .We have for rejit' beautiful modern cottage at 2G9 'BruntonstrejBtj, one "of the most beautiful the L city, at the rent per month. _ W. LANDJCQ. EJ 4rJ Jthruon Block JM FIFTH: he takcR'Vithr best wlshea of felloV.rcrafiaraeB. who confronting the work-1 piece Js. called .upon -to sjieak, au'd'.lt .ir time and incidentally I has, been copied by .juim- ;'of will. Nothinf -Held jiicrVd, by. modern: lion negroes, a-lit tie more than half a century a condition of shivery, and as a political party, sequence it could not-, be expected t I'ettipiece's address with its vigor The Dowslcy- McMillanLandCo. 3rd Ave. and 7th St. A. M. Dowslcy. J. 3. Mulhern AGENTS FOR Pioneer Fire Insurance Co. Pacific Coast Fire Ins. Co. Alliance Fire Iniurance Co. Grand Trunk Pa. Townsites musty, old'--'tradition's, when, reviewed In :'a. nejK' environmenr seem ts.lose that, as a rnle, they would have the S was- Svelconfed by the who -their "hold in-.CGnr.ectisp: 'sentiments of rights and duties j were wearied with profilers, of with the past. This the ease in Jtisi, now the c'onipany the H; MACBETH AGENCY INtURANCE iUILOING-LETHlRlDOt CAD T UR House and facing eatt on St, same' conception men of labor have in America.'the convention iiroceediass, has .ease nr.vprtflin- 'Mhrs nrirro out of1'been" described as the dullest coHv'eH-- instead of. reading 'Mlic nejjro o.ut of the labor movement" iny contention and the contention of the' American Federation: of Labor is to brin? them into the orgauir.c'd labor, movement of. our own country, our level best and organize toil without re; onioler upon Jerus-j tion: in the history of the A. V-. of L. city -of-..the itbe llsite'r read The of are" We are trying ioijvositi'pn bfii.Ue .'U. with inoOernized. -Xew coal'camiis'.nor. ind will'continue to do j it meet- the men siud women of line: 'was auuounced iorthe jnirpose'of is to th-ir organization ihe bosse. at-one of .the [their politics, their" nationality, theirjcsmp or "their race." -i blink oiJ'ened H. house xnd fcrjr "of bser invited the iu the liarie- to_ ffi'r as will allow. "WKh ihese new" deyeliipjieerits in thVilistrirt. rif tn are; to.'be modern'coave attention rb the fact that' thei One .of., jhc'lcamps claim Ihe attention g is vitaily es-jof an erstwhilr alderman of jsentwl to the.well-being of the labor- movement. V of Jerusalem" there -is" certajn a correspontlin? jfowili-of labor prpan-j zatio'ns .and it ia'-wiihin the of city who his roaed as a "friend of i IWBs'ibimies :'-to hear r ud in raiisL wr union in Bethlehem raanv instsncesi Ue was a to tlie posillon of pre-i-j Itis'now.up to tha gentleman Trades U-; 8-70 Acres 6f Kootcnay fruit land, five mife frpin Ndson.x Good "four (4) two (2) deared Price per nwntlvior terms that in the j friend. .Many emigration agencies in .____ _ _ _ _ South 'of England, and especially 'iu! investigate conditions at that the mining districts of South Wales j cawp a.nrt sec that.f.uch dis-1 arc boostins-the coal district of lactirs .are not indulged in, Tlie prcsSdriit of the Crow's Nest P.-iss as a most desirable Uga'in. One of the camps is the Trades' ami .Labor Cotmeil Mr. RJ dumping gmnnd for .prospective im-iyoiiilateti and Sutilers Coal Co.. of the Bool-chinders migrauts. TUe.'wages rate is j other is Rocky Springs. iFVesidVr.t.' "has1 ,'been 'Identified before the miners of South in j U-jth1 the. labor moyemeiit'' for some English equivalents, but the cost of! The'; "dearth of. news in the daily i considerable1 time 'has e-iraed th- co. NELSOX.B.C. good wilt cf ail whom he has'fOrae in contact, with.' At' th? Kon T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Rtal Eitatt and Financial Broktrt. Agentt Diamo-u-i City Insurance, Loam T. N.'Chriitie, Notary Public, Dinmoua cicy, living in proportion is carefully kept j press labor disimtfis is out of sight, or perverted. '..invariably put. dor.-n to the Consequently large numbers of min-iof editors in the labor convention of Traces i ers are emigrating to this country in movement when tho real facts rhairma'n of- the spite of the warnings issued iii thcjtireiy different. Not that, r.-h-t is amr the Hebates: he British labor papers.- known as the "Fourth Ksiare" is fav- coningn'ded" tiic7att.ention -of all ,th- There is a subtle-movement to the ir.-dcs niOveiri-ni.; delegates': wide-p-jisp on ecos- bind all this, and the overcrowding j but the majority of newjpapermrn :0mic iiuestibns. Mr. Ttiff is be of the labor market, whar, time ihej.rre ever nn'.lhr job to obtain news congratulated OM iiis oppointmsnt anfi U. M. of A. seeks to frame up a land usually they are eager Io "s-roop" j the council on tfceir new contract with the Western Coal] some information that will j choice. loans. Money few bargains m We want your farm on short notice. A section tracts THE 0. W. KERR .CO. O.'T. Lathropy Res. Manager Iff The Wtddington StvckeyCo. Bef to have announce that they Di wived In TfAY, GRAIX AND BLACKSMITH BUSINESS. The buiinws nill be. en under the of W. A CO. L. McKENZlE Third Avinue. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FIXTURES AND SHADES Wirinp for light and power, ignition supplies, bells, tele- annunciators. Repjiri promptly attended to. K. Stirckey Smi. 'And by utrict attention to business hope to favored patronwfe given the finn. G.EO. BEATOX Coinvactorand Bui hie v. Estimates Office 311 Glyn St. Oppotite Sherlock Bldg. 1911 r] r ord Automobiles In Five Models Positively the best proposition on the Canadian market to-day Phone 467 for Particulars and Literature the temperature at 24 below 'on Thursday nijht not wiany delegates'; put in an appearance st the Trsnen i and Labor Council ihe elertian of officsrs took plsce for the iiew term. elfctlen resulted as fol- io I President. Donald McNnbb, U. M. of A.. (re-eleciedJ I Vice President. Chas. IJ. B. iof C. -I., (re-elected.) .L Her.toa. B. of Trsss'irer; D. J.. .WcCormack. Krew- ery Rec. Secretary." II. Chasey. Retail TORONTO'S SHARE Toronto. Jan. share of Toronto Railway's gross earn- ings last year was In Dec- ember the city's share was GARAGE A Fully Equipped Garage and Supply House will be opened in Lethbridge about January 20th t leru? 1 Sergf. B. U A liaberf This at H. Clare, H. C. Socialist paper is to fcs in Toronto, sofnelirae this It is to he Dart." mikes snitd ia Canada. iTih. iSIi. is likely- to a day.jn American and locsJ fJectririans. are awaiting. dscieioTi or ihs council of. the A.. F. of L., which as-; or. tha; The "husinens j the council is, of ihe 1 a" wronp wove will Mlp.r chaos into labor ranks. KH.WAT. PAINTS VOTE-AS WIFE BEFORM' i. Alberta Railway and Ifrigatio-n Co. Are offering tor sale tbe cheapest lots on the market h eac situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. Robertson in Is a modern store "very Kto'p women Trow taking wonsy of ?tnck. re-pricincs. re- irrom tbeir psckets. of i.J.rs7. .'peci.ii So thai. A hp aos shrvnid rc-Hsct. make it INTERESTING TO OUT- ;