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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. THE HERALD Page, 3 Ifmi can get a "lot; --for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page! To Loan on First Mortgage Do you want some of it? The agent of ..the company that has it will be in our office'for a few days, cme in and see him. F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. i 'f. Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE is the time lowest best, coriipan} :Jfb Cash Required The Company we represent handled more Hull Insurance1 1911 thin all otlfer Companies in Oanadi combined apply: R. V. Gibbons Co., 'AGENTS CENTRAL CANADA INSURANCE ICO. miles from Tollbridge, 1 mile from Wilson Siding S89 MrW in Price 140.00., Good terms. W. McD TAIT Raymond, Alta. Look These 3 lots, weU situated, facing north on 7fti Are.' South, (Eiveryiew) 1-3 cash, hal. 4 and'8'faonths, Cash 92 x 125 ft. corner of .ith St. and 7th, Are. S. frontage on 5th St. 92 feet, Snap, Good terms. L. S. Ripley Co. PHONE 10M. BLOCK: Special Bargain Fv 20 days in good business property AND 11th feet on Ave., 125 feet on hai 'ffo'od 8 room fully modern house, rented for. 145.00 per month. Thii-.li without doubt the buy In city, today. Prico Tenai balance in C, 12, 18 raraths. Ferris Ransom NANTON Ten Acres for Sale Five acre blocks, 215 and' 216, Morning- side, subdivided into 96 lots One-qua-rter cash; balance terms. WBITE BOX 22, HEKALD Lund Land Dev't Co., V, Lund, President HEAD OFFICE Aft ORANBROOK, B.C. WILL MEET IN MEDICINE HAT Federation of Labor Closes First Convention- Union Man is President The Alberta Federation of Labor convention concluded Saturday after- noon. In the election of oJUcerB, J. Tregilhis of Ca'lgary and, J. 0. Jones, of Hillci'Gst were nominated for" the presidency. Mr. Jones was elected by a vote of 19 to Mr. 'McCwnbcr, who nominated Mr. 'regfllus, seconded by Mr. Foster, moved the unanimous election of Mr, Jones, which carried with applause. Vice presidents were .elected, four representing central labor bodies "und two the farmers. The labor vice pre- sidents are: Mr. Thomson, Medicine Hat; George liowell, Calgary; Mr. Hughes, and D. McNabb, ex-M.P.P., Lethbridge. The farm vice presidents, elected were: W. J. Tre- gillus, Calgary, 'and J.. Quinsey, p-i Barons. Secretary-treasurer, L. T. English, Lethbridge, (acclamation.) Medicine Hat, Calgary, Edmonton, nd Lethbridge were placed in noin- nation for the next place of meeting and the first ballot was: Medicine Hat 13, Calgary 12, Edmonton 4, Loth- bridge 1. The latter two. cities weu. dropped and the second ballot result- ed: Medicine Hat 15. Calgary .1-1..The of the Hat-was largely.-due the genial invitation extended by .elegate Thomson. The convention 'twill convene' on he second Friday in July{ 1913. In the discussion asking for am- ndments to the act so. as to compel ortnightly payment of wages farmers 'won .their contention and ie motion was irnemled, ic farmers Mr. Warner, of Purple Springs, said ie passing of the resolution would kely "result in .the alienation of .tlie aruiers. "The the discus- on was the passing of ah n'ent.instructing ider''the position of "the farmer in emulating the request for legisla Choicest Land in British Columbia J THE CALIFORNIA OF CANADA to the man who through the prwent Into the future. acres for sale. Will sell from 160 acrei up. Price J10.QO. per acre.' TerroB, per acre cash, and ?2.00 per annum at 6 per cent. We furnish you with surveys and field quarter section, given by Goro BurveyorB.'yictoria, H. C. selected acreage, and our price at the present time; a little below any other company, handling large bodies of .land in that vicinity. The fact that we have1 sold some at retail on government reports and government surveyors soil-notes, demonstrates tlie demand for ,thlo land. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Blk. 323 5th St. S. Upstairs GOOD INVESTMENTS '4'corner, lots'on'Srd Are. South, ?800 cash, balance 'jn 4, S: arid 1'2months. .'2 lots'oh'6th, Avenue A. lots, 2 blocks from new post office site. each. Good .terms. 'Half section three and one-half miles from bum line onlj ?12 0 per acre; at least under market value. Weber-Huff Investment Co. SUITE 10, BLOCK SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS 2 lots on Westminster Road, close to right car terminus; Only each, cash, balance per month each North Letlibridge Realty Co. PHONE S36 Ah Exceptional Offer 5 roomed on ISth St. balance to sllll-purcjiasor. South, only cash, Alberta-British Columbia Land Co Ltd. r 10 721 D. L.'KIMBALL, Manager A resolution'.was passed asking 'for monUments to the compensation act ro rid ing -for more prompt payment nd increased indemnities '.with the dditlon of the clause exempting the The convention went- on record fa- oring giving a municipal vote: ,lo en to pay poll tax. ,'fttls resolution manated-from the miners' union, Another resolution from the miners lied for the extension of the frah- ilse, carried. A resolution pissed'advocating that a factory and other apV pointed upon of Llic industries interested and for one y-ear. The convention nest passed a re solution calling for the abolition of election deposits, Tho convention concluded with speeches by the .offic- ers-elect. REV. MR. LYTLE'S FAREWELL SERMON SUCCESSFUL PASTOR. SAID FINAL WORDS TO WESTMINSTER PEOPLE LAST NIGHT. M Li tic patched lusj final sermon as "pastor of .'Westminster church Hst nigW mil greeted bj i ripautv hraisc chiirs heing pUcetl in the aisle Afr Ljtle did not pieacli the orthodox sermon revising.'. his dis- DON'T DO THE WORK OF CHURCH REV. MR. PERRY REFERS 'TO ACHIEVEMENTS' OF OTHER INSTITUTIONS Is Wesley t'hiircn in its new build- ing aiming at building an institution- .1 church 1 Yesterday morning Rev. T. P. Peri) touched the woik of the- Al- hcrta tlic year' closed, tint phase of with intercstine; statntics and oth- Third Avenue Business lots block 14 Revenue Producing ASQUITH LINDSEY Real Estate Financial Brokers DOMINION PHONE NO8. 1111, 1910. 1QOT. The H. MACBETH AGENCY LOANS, FIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SHERLOCK .BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE "An Old Eitabllihed Firm of Good Repute." _____________________ Money to Loan, Fire and Life Insur- ance and Automobile Insurance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Parkdale Parkdale Can toe sub- Acre lot for easy terms. divided into 12 tuilding'lots. j The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1J24, Must Be Sold All of Section 1, Township 7, Range 18 Kine miles east of Stirling; and one-Half milpi from new ttott. 90 acres in oats, miles of fence. Good 'dirt. Firm O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block .hei would go searching11 for 'the ning men' and search Re Iiad nothing to say against theso nstituttons" and wished ttiem ,suc- ss, hut thcj 'didn't, do'the work e church should do, and pre- ration should he made to do the ork. appropmt" The thought of the sermon was service here whic.h fits for: enlarged service -in. the next and laigcr hie ML I tie s pistoi ate lias been ilmost since the church I dominant church Ji istibhshcd ind tic his sren [1C vasn't er information, repealing growth and progress tliroughottt tlie province! Refemng to 1) Reid's claim that the. Presbyterian, church is the Alberta Mr. Per- said he wasn't prepared to dis- DR. SPARLING PASSES AWAY BRILLjANT EDUCATIONIST SUp. CUMBS TO HEMORRHA'OE' OF THE BRAIN Winnipeg, June Dr. Jos- eph Waller Spailinij princijial o1 i Methodist college j died tthis aflernoon after a few da; illness, resulting from a cerebral hen. orrhaRe. I He has-hecn principal .oi Wesley col- legc since .1888 an'd heing a .man of acquired See us about lands, in: the Beautiful Kootenajr Valley Ml Orchard and Garden Tracts Grazing Lands Visit Our Experimental Farms .at WABDNEK, B. C., MABYSVILLE, B. G. IAD WMCK IN QEORCIA Juic per- sons were Hurt, mrtou.-ly. when at Owririi trtln crHhiid Into of freljht run on i currc Brerett, Ga., thli forenoon. FOR QUEBEC Montreal, June Lang- loln, M.L.A., in l> Pays, today, reply- ing to Rev. Father Drummond pro- dtiovd School Board reports, gho'wlnf; that. children In Quebec did not attend school last year. powerful personality .wide influence, .lie was' horn at I3crtli Co. .Out. in 1S-13 and educated at St. Mary's school and -Victoria' university Co- liurg, from ulneh he graduated as an M. A.'in 1871. He.: took the degree of Doctor of Divinity in 188fl. Mr. Sparling was financial secretary of the Methodist general conference, JS7-1-I8S3, president of the Montreal LARESHOLM HERO RETURNING HOME Winnipeg, June Major Gustav H. Schoof, of Clareshorm, Alberta, lecturer and'.solctierr of. for- Ii it is true he wished that j tune; passed through the dltv on his ftom a weik little mission to pute it __ ____.....-- a supporting church Ilislpastor thureh Oodspred home, nhieh'hc hoped to reach ate has, been ittencled with success (.how that si.atlstic.il time to go to camp 23n Snap! TAVO ]ots on-7th 3rd and 4th from 13th S., will sell for if.! taken at once; Owner leaving town. Fart cash, balance arranged. Chas. Donbrwke 903.7th South lor he did not cone-en trite lub oriorts ..trength isn't (he best indication of ood and after gnmg fijures the membership and givmfis Alberta Rangers He has been away for nearly Uo years lecturing Irom state to slate, Utterly his pulpit (nations but usitrd Inb, People I opt in touch their lues tool a personal interest in ill dc jo[ jnc Mellloiiist clillrch in the prov-1 in Mexico, he claims to hive partments of the church ml vtas -i mce dealt with opportumtv He iaid !taken part vith the federal troops good all round pastor lie a sari dav 4or the church' against the rebels He predicts' thi Tonight the annual tongiogitional when it leit Ihe of looking ultimate triumph of the rebels and meeting be held to hear repoits its young people to "other insri til- that Gen. Orozco will supplant 'Ma for the conference just closed j lions." The day would come when dero as president, ind to toot' c o the depart ing pistor STILL FAVOR THE CATTLE EMBARGO London, "June today's .ses- sion of the Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, .the resolution favoring the removal of restrictions imposed on thfl importation, of Canadian cat- the hoof, met with determined opposition. It waa argued that the Congress was Incompetent of judg- ing the question being unaware of details'. of the delegates voted against it, resolution of the Canadian Manufacturers' association, Urging conference. president of the {he adoption by all States of the Sea Manitoba ami Northwest conference, 1898. Dr. Spnrling was a member of tin1, board of education of Ute Meth- odist church', a member of the, corn- loss or damage was carried. The resolution re the taxation of mftlrc on church union and council-! coriimerclal travellers, also carried, lor of Manitoba university. He left h Carriage Act, to prevent, ocean carriers escaping liability for the rrgular pastorate to assume the presidency of Wesley college, licing ai the time pastor of the Has tern church, Ottawa.' G. T. R, ENGINEER DEAD Geo. Brown, a G. T. H, engineer of Bolluvfilo, aged died suddenly at BrockvUlc. REAL ESTATE AGENT IMPRISONED Vancouver, June C. Cook, a real estate agent, was convicted of fraud, today, and sentenced to six months' imprisonment.'tie gained .the confidence of a 'woman client, and swindled her'out of onci hundred dol-' For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY lart. BARGAIN BARGAIN QUARTER SECTION HiO aci'cs -first-clfths land, only four miles from llic City of Lolhbridge. All fenced, and 50 acres in crop .small house. Suitable to subdivide into qnrdcns. Sacrifice Price; per acre For terms npply to The Cascaden Land Co. Phone 1051. Office Macdon.ld Building. .EXCLUSIVE LISTING Six room fully Modern House on 7tK Avenue very easy termg For Quick Sale corner lots, block 127, facing south on Lon- don E'oacl. pair EASY TEEMS HOUSES TO BENT TO 1J- The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Stre.t ;