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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June THE .LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD MEDICINE HAT If 3'ou are inlcrested in the City of Medicine Hat, call at our office and let us snow you maps, blue prints, etc., of City View Sub-division Prices Low. Terms Eas F. C. Lowes Co. R. Anderson, Manager PINCHER Look This Up Lots in BJock 2-3, Duff .Addition, close to Ninth Avenue, each R. V. GIBBONS CO. Ott We are offering: a 1280 acre improved farm, 2 1-2 miles from growing lowii. 250 acres crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water at 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- sition. Price and terms are right. THE W. KERR CO. 0. T, LATHROP RESIDENT MANAGER All reliable companies FARM At lowest rates of interest The H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE 'LOANS Wilkie Kerr Will acres jrjigutcd laud for six or, iroomed f I Ltfe. Accident Livestock Insurance. .V..- FOR Phone 623. Sixth St. opp Bank of Montreal. You will not re- quired (o set your sight fur into the future alter you hnve invrslio-ntoil ilie location -Tineher City ajxi the immense rich district trihulary, which has one of the hest crops in the history of l lie coun- try in 10 see that now is the to secure PiucliLi City property. You can make this trip of inspec- tion at our and if you do not think it is the hest LOOK THESE UP A modern 7 room house oa Westminster Road onlv X2Sftn handle -this' deal Don't miss it.' 160 acres cf first class land, 7 "miles tt-T.n town all in crou Onlr ?2G.OO per acre. rush will swing tnis balance crop pay- THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. JUST WHAT YOU WANT 7 10-ACRE G.1BDEN TRACTS. 1 30-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. ]l 40-ACRE GARDEN TRACT. THESE are all Irrigated and nearer the city than any other tracts and ye guarantee them PERFECT. We are the first buvers of irri- gated land, and onr prices are- 530.00 cheaper than ethers Duality and location. We make terms to suit if vS intend to mprove the property. We also own a nice 1-3 acre with cottage and chicken sheds-located in .the city limits, cheap and on "a-n1i MAXWELL HELGERSON Alberta Block, Lethbridge Centrally Located Business Property REVENUE PRODUCING 50x125 ft. on 3rd Avenue (Redpath Price Terms ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate and Financial Office 307 6th Street Phone 1183 J hat you have inspectc'd in Alberta Ave Avill i or ;tsk u- to iii vest. We' do not-jislc you to Imy Pincher 'City property off thcvbhie print, it is so much Letter than w'l'iHl it the "'jnap, that we would your expenses to make ,a personal investiga- tion tlian to at- tempt to tell you of its advantageous locution, wonderful" resou rces. rai I way development, and so many other im- port nnt points in its favor. Don't put off how- is the rime lo invest in Pineher City. Train leaves here at .3.20 p.m. You can return same even- ing. Call and arrange for trip of inspec- tion. H, CALVIN COMPANY Ott Block. LETHBKtDGE Phone 1425. THINKS UNION WILL WIN OUT Miners' Officials Addres- sed Meeting of Miners on Strike i Lethbridge miners yesterday had the opportunity of hearinsxone of the highest officers oi their orgacbatlcn when they were ,j'jji-ossed ai in thc afternoon by I-'nnk J. I Hayes, vice-president of the Inter- i national Union, at ,he miner's ha.il in I North Lethbridge. The nieetinjj I of a secret order j over by .AicNabb of the 1 local union. Mr, McXabb introduced j .the main speaixer, .Mr. Hayes, who made an eloquent address in defence of tlie position taKen by the miner's' unions ia the1 present strike. He said that the international contention in Cincinnati last fall had ordered a gen- i era! advance of wages of 5.55 per cent. In most of- the. districts this' ad- vance had been granted by the mine .ov.-ners. In Montana the advance was paid without a murmur, but in Alber- ta where the conditions are practic- ally the same the advance had been refused with the result that the union A Limited Number of Choice Building Lots at Each. TEKMS TO SUIT BUYER Located south east of Victoria Park, the City's Exclusive Residential District and in, the direct line of the City's growth. The investor in this property will undoubtedly reap a within a reasonable time Call and ob- tain particulars. REAL ESTATE, LOANS INSURANCE COR. 5TH ST. 8. ind 4TH AVE. S. OPEN EVENINGS. H. I H. SKEITH, AND PHONE 1343. had been called out. He thought that i the rainers were within their rights in lexpectingrthe advance. He had heard that the 'miners were getting very high in Alberta. This had been told him by different mine owner.3 with whom he had conversed. But ihe had attended some of the -conciliation board meetings In CoJeman during the last few days and he baft failed to see where they were getting .air more than in other places and living expenses v.-ere mucjj high- er. Board was-also lor a decrease in the hours of the 'miners as the work they are called' upon to do is very strenuous and they were tiying to make their lives brighter by making their work lighter: Triere 'are over miners be- Property Money to Loan on Im- proved Farm and City Property U.H.Skeith Phone 1343 Office: Opp. Alexandra Hotel to thc International Union at piescnt ana since it has been organ- ized" their wages have been increased K'D .per cent, and their hours reduced j Ironi twelve to eight ucr day. Speaking" of the present strike he said that public opinion was a great. i factor ana aslred that the men so I conduct themselves rliat the public win 'be unable to lay anything at the doors oi' ihe union. Wm. Diamond Spoke .International Board member, from. Saginaw, Mich., who is accompanying -tyr. Hayes on his trip, also addressed the meeting-1 and spoke of the endeavors-now be- ing made to settle the strike. There, has been a report going the roundr outside the union that: the interna- tional was just about ready to drop their support of miners in their present .strike but .he assured them that .this was not the -case and that the international would support No. IS till.the last. From had seen of the deli'berations of the con- ciliation bo'ard now in session he be- lieved that the miners .would succeed in having their demands" granted. Since the union has been formed in this part of Canada the international had expended ;.ln-this .part of America fighting- the fights -of the men, and if the miners will so con- duct themselves .that they: will have public opinion on their side there is no doubt, he said, that The present strike will eventually be" settled in favor of the J. R. Palmer, who is the Lethbridge counsel for the union here, also made a brief address, stating the present condition of affairs in the district. A public meeting Vill'be held this evening in the P.. hall which will be addressed SAY, MR. FARMER! CI IStl let. Acre lot on Westminster Rd.. easy termi, The Weber-fluff Investment Co. ROOM 10 ALBERTA 9LOCK. f Lot 6, Block 23, Duff Addition; Lots .18 and 19, Block 159, NortJi Ward, North Letlibridge Realty Co. puniuc--c-3: _ PHONE' 1 The Prairie Agencies Limited Successor, To THE OFFICE APPLIANCE CO Fifth Street South. Near PHONE P.O.BOX 122. We respectfully solicit correspondence Jrow out of town All inquiries promptly answered. Thanks, call aCain SEWERAGE SYSTEM FOR PINCHER WEEK'S SUMMARY OF THE CROP CONDITIONS the paet week crop condi tiuhs throughout. Southern Alberta have been ideal, and the farmers arc now in a position to forecast with some degree of -accuracy just move they may expect in the-line of a yield commencing operations on a Kain has fallen all through the terri- sjstem for the town will.tcry, in many places in excess of an Pincher Creek, June MONEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest rates Also Loans on Farm Lands WD n. UOOuiii 310 7th St. South Phone 363 likely be one-oF flSe Items of But ic. most districts the am- at the next council meeting. A tender j ouilt of moisture during the past week has been received from 'a local' firm been the neighborhood of two- for the-work, but some of the board toirds of an inch, and as a" result the think outside engineers shouJd be in- which were beginning to feel vitcd 10 tender, and accordingly sev- jS0me need of moisture, have hud their jeral will be communicated-wjth to'neecls suPPlifid and are progressing [that end before a final .tender will be "Pidly. accepted. A petition from the real On Monday evening: there was a (estate agents Basking for a rain, -which though dura- of their licenses from to vas Sllfficient to freshen the r.ot granted at the last meeting. cropa wonderfully. This rain was From a spirit oi lair play, in the matter oi. electric light rates where thc larger consumers are 'concerned, I the council is getting the schedule of rales from Calgary, Lethbridge and Macleod to make a comparison with those in ,existence here. A sale" of work was held in Hin- of tbe Crow's railway have more rain all spring ii may ro have visited thoBe-parts where-ilic need war felt for it. Reports everywhere through 'the' distric: are that the crops are now practically past the stage lack will seriouajy affect the inter wheat is coming stage just-precedinr maturity, fields are already headed'out Jto extent but thig stage will during the next two weekg. Generally' speaking winter wheat abouj twenty, inches-in "height with Is reponed where the growth'-Is three feet -Warm weather j tie rain in reported to -hare the' winter wheat 'back 'to extent fii some districts, but there" is no doubt Seneral throughout tie northern part that it will come up to the utual of the district along the line of the Nest. Then on Tuesday even- ton's hall on Wednesday afternoon by thc Ladies' Aid of thc Presbyterian o'clock rain fell steadily until twelve and in many places later than that. Accompanied as it was by an electri- cal storm it has led people to 'believe that June, as is usual in Southern Al- berta, will be a wet In this. church, which was followed by a fajl of moisture ainder cert in thc evening. The program at was soaked to a depth of five or six inches. Coming as it did early in the evening the rain had a fine chance the concert a choice, but brief one, with the pastor, Rev. w, W. Ailchison iu the chair. Everything passed oft succcssiully. At an early hour yesterday morn- to soak well into the ground before the sun evaporated' it to anv ing the death occurred of Mrs. Don- ald McRae, aged 72 ,years. Deceased wus the mother of Mrs. .Wm. Lane and Mrs Ed. -Joyce, of this town, Messrs. Malcolm, and John McRae, of bry Fork, and Edgar -McRae, of sani, Pincher Station: The funeral took so that it should do the most possible r good. this last rain was much more widely spread than the one on Monday evening it did not reach the' but as the districts south dard. The spring crops were reponed Jaet week to be" In the best possible condi- tion. They are even letter at-the- time of writing and all spring grains should produce record yields. The rain came at the aiosr opportune time tor these grains, and they are'show- ing- up well all through the district. Spring wheat especially has wonderful growth and is now ing evenly jn nearly every field re- ported at a height of ten to'twelve inches. Other crops are on a par with the two' wheat crops and generally speak-7 ing are thriving as never -before history of the south. The waon wea- ther since the rains has brought all along very rapidly and very doubt is expressed now by the agriculturalists as to the outcome. place this forenoon from the Metho- dist church. "Rev. R. E. Finlay con- ducting the -services. Kev. Thos. Taylor, at one time in charge of the Fishhurn mission of the a The Methodis-t church, returned from Ensi- lon'l recently, accompanied by his sislcr Ifc has bcrn appoir.ied to th'- mission until college opens. v ihcan extra McKinnon, -Adamson and 01 in si.cad have secured a vcrv fine are making arrangements to.uav force working on their property claim they will soon be able to sup- ply dimension stone in any size or quantity. There is an Almost unlimit- ed quantity of fine quality soil grey sandstone on their holdings. from the expressions 'one hears to that end, there is going to large attendance at the. Money to Loan on Improved Farms 'fcs Block JL. each, terms )ts on water. Duff Addition, Gnnnn UllOuSH> W t 3 spur track lots, 500 each Roorn l Dominion Block Fire Insurance Phone 1307 meeting on Tuesday night, when lion Frank Oliver will discuss reciprocity. S. Berry, census enumerator for PinchfM- Creek, completed his duties toward the end of the week. The I'. F. A. of Pincher. Station arc arranging to hold a picnic on the 1st of July at Meg.ginson's and Nath- ont's grounds on the Old Man River, i Thc appearance of the crops in this [district, were never in better-loom "i shape lhan at present, surpassing all, i previous showings at the same sea-' json of thc year. Thc heavy rains in I thc former part of the week- rtH in- i mcr.se good. Sherlock 3 corner lots. Beautiful sitey east of Victoria Park THE Dowsley-Mulhern Land Co. SucceMori ic Thc Land Dowflty-McMillfft CO. ;