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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiicwliiy, XoveiiilM'i' 12, Tins MTIIHUIJJGE PATT,T HEKALIt the best wheat in the worh To the Home Seeker , Wo huvc JiiHl uoinpkiteil a I'ully iiioilcni hIx iooiiilhI cotluK" oli ]3lh St. A. Norlli, ami invlli! anyone wlHliliig to suciiro a (;opir6rlal)l'j well Ijiilll lioiiiG to tome and iiiupcct, our norl215.00 ojKli [ Lots ill Jtlock oS. i>[oi'iiin^-siil0.00 L'iUll A. V. GIBBONS Plioiiu 1425 liooiii D, Biilnioial Block Fire Insurance Money to Loan HOMES CHEAP n room. 'J Htorey house, on 1 1-2 lots, iioar GalhraitU School- $iriOO-tenna. $75.00 cash, $:;r).on montlily. Five roomed, fully modern cottage, on ono lot; halt block from car Hue, $2300.00. $250 cash, balance iu live years. The C. B. Bowman Agency acadia block. PHONE 1S3t. WE HAVE FOR SALE .'lO foot in tho heart of l)\isineaa district, of ----I.clhbridj;o. Small payment in cash, balance lo anlt purchaser. .LETHBRIDGE UNION REALTY CO., LTD. Office; Room 5, Johnson Block. P. O. Box 196 For Sale Two choice lots on Si. Soiilli. ill lilock I lane laiMiiu' casl on 1st 11 Prift> S4.')().()() caoh: liM-ins Sl7:).()() ciish, halaiifc () and 12 Jiioutlis. at. S pci' cent. Lo:mis, Insiir:ui. 'I'ho report of the prcHldent, Siiinmi (ioiiipcrs, was a IhoroiiKh aiul vcilum-hions review o.f the worUs of Ihi' or-f,anizatl(>n for the past year, paitii-ii-Uirly with regard to legislation -i'u-dorsrul and aupponed by the federation. DiscuBsiiig the growth of tbr' federation, .Mr. Compels' report . forth that during the year cndins \ Sept. ;10, 101:;, 20n charters were is-; sued to labor orKaiilzulioajs nJIililitijii; I with the federation, j "Tho avenivo nicniborship record i ed, and u|ion whom per capita ta.\ ' was paid by llio adillaled ornanizVi-: tloiis to the American Koderatlon of I Labor durins tho year," said the re-[lOTt, "was 1,770,115, an increase over the numhec reported for l!ill wliici was 1,7(!I,S:!5. On Sei)t. .".fi, 101;;, the membership of the alliliatod ornanizii-tions was l.SIl ,'2f;S." �President Gonii>ers reported progress ill the organization of the iii-ternatlonal labor movement in Canada aiKl I'orto Riuo. In Canada he reported a total mombcTship of from (;0,OnO to 70.000 in the Trades and Labor Congress, and In I'orto Uico lie declared Iii0 unions had been organized with OOnO members. Improved workiiiR conditions were neiiortod in both Canada and I'orto Kico. Effect of Dynamite Cases I'residenl Oonipers' report ir.v-lnded statements from the bnildin!; trades, metal trades, iniainK. railroad employees, and union label trades de-liartments sliosving the progress made by each department dnri-np tliu year, in the rej)ort �as included a state-inenl by .\lbert .1. ncrres. secretary-treasurer of the metal trades department, in which he said; "T)imniilliL'e oil labor i.t v, hich RciJ. Wilson, of i'enn.syh .iiiiii, a union miner, is chairman. To tlie labor meiubers of the liousc .Mr. Conipcrs gave niuch of the credit for tli, pus.i-;ige of a score of bills emiciserl and urged by the Kederation of Labor. Among the mcasnreH nu'iitioiiiMl in the report were the eight-hour law, the children's bureau law, tlic law creating an industrial rehltion.-: com-mission, law giving iiust;il ch-rUs right of Irearing jietition, an assoria-tion, and tlio law iirohibiting the u.-;e of white phospheroUB in the nianufac-tiire of matches. Air. Gompera discussed fully the ex-lenslon of the oighl-hoitr law as ('Oii-tuined in the various appropriation bills for government work dui iiig the fisciil year, and iu the special acts passed at tho lust session of Congress. The subject ot "Scientifl(! .Management" and the efforts of the .VmcTiean Ked'cration to "Thwart the Schemes" for the instullation of various "systems" in government work were taken lip at length by -Mr. Gonijiers. lie reviewed the inveabigation of the so-called Taylor sy.stem by a .spvcial committee of the house. The report also reviewed the work tor tho oxtenslon of the Federal lum-ployers Liability and AA'orkmen's Compensation Act and iiolnted out various laws passed by individual slates pi^oviding for automatic > .> : ,> Sintaluta, Sask., Nov. II.- .N'oininatlons for tlie bye-election for tho provincial riding of South Qu'Appellc. to fill the vacancy caused by tho resignation of Chief .Instice llaul-tain are set for iN'ovembcr 27, with polling on ilecember 1. Phone M12 531 WILL ERECIA BIG ByiLOING ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS LIKELY TO BE SPENT IN EDMONTON RAILWAYS AND DEMURRAGE : by counsel for farmers and counsel Wiimipeg, Nov. ll.-^'I"he Itailway for the Winnipeg lioai-d of'i'rade, the Commission heard 17 of 2,'i cases Ihisj coniniissioii givf the case, KuKngs will be Bliippers was the biggest cas'n dismis-j liand(!d down later on receliit of iii-acd. After hearing argumentn alleg- | tormation. Ucmurrago claimed ia oiie lug grave losses in transit sustained \ dollar a day. ElflOCRAIIC CONTROL RE OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST We Will Loan You Money TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY-OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE We GUARANTEE the time when your in-debtedness will be paid off Office opening evenings. Write, phone or call. International Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 150' REPUBLICANS DISPLACED IN SEVERAL STATES-ONE OR TWO YET IN DOUBT Waahiiiglou. Nov. 11.-Tlu^ po.sitive aniiouncenK-'iit ol the siicceas of Harry l.nn-e. the Ih.-iuuci-alic candidate for the Seiiiiie in Dregcni, assures Oeino-i'ralic cnuirol ol iIk? Cpiier ilouao of Coiigres.s. ii5)d iiliiccs both liratiches of the legislature and the Fresideiicy in (heir bands for lli-K that party 10 Senators, or u iuaj(Uiiy of two. In addition to tlie election of siic-cissors to Oeuiocrutie Sv'iuiKirs now silling. DcniocralK will displace Uc-liubllcaiis from Dregou, Xew .ku'scy, K'a;i;-ia.s. Coloraili), .Molilalia, Delil-wiire, and -Vi-viuUi. and will fill the vacuiicy in Colorado wiili a man of their cliodsliig. The coiiti'SJls ill Illinois, where two Seiiaiur.s aiv lo tic c hoseu, and iu TennorfKce and Michigau remain lo be I decideil. I The Domocrat.s make positive I (l ihiii iiioi-t of the Ito-jHiblican caiulidaifs fur other State offices have bieli i I'-cied, , Kdtnonton, Alta., Nov. 12.-One hundred thousand dollars Is ttie estimated cost of a three-story market building to bo erected by the municipality of ICdmonton, early In 19t;!. The plans prepared by City Architect Jeffera show a structure of horseshoe shape, built of reintorced concrete and briclc with stone trimmings. Tho site chosen tor tho building is the present hay market in First street, which is aorved by tho municipal street railway and is within eaay distance of the Grand Trunk Pacilic, the Canadian Nonliern and the Edinoi�.on. iJunveganAi British Columbia railroads. Tho laat named line Is lindor construction and will servo the north country. I'rovi.sioiis have been made for atorea and oHiccs In the wings ot the building. .\u arcade ontranco will lead lo tho market proper, c.oiiaiating of long rows of stalls, where market g;ir-dencis and growers will be able to display their products and deal directly with tho consumer. It is iirobable that a refrigerating system will be installed In the butter and egg and fowl and meat dejiartments. The buildins will form the first unit of the general market, ,V by-law to provide fund-3 will be submitted lo tlie ratepayers in a short time. Coramisaioner Chalmers, who has charge of the plan, says that when a market is tissurcd the t riicU-growers and dairymen and poultry raisers.will (ollow. The market is to be the c-en-tral point for the entire street, railway system, as well as for all tho tib-urbaii lines on the north side ot the Saskatcliowiiu river. 'I'he suburban roads will become express lines within the city limits, running direct to the central station. This will faollltjite the handling of iiroilucis from tlie suburban communitlea and will be the means of settling the close in districts Many improvemeuta will be carried out in connection with the markei .\. U. -Morrel, of .Minneapolis, who i.s preparing the "city beautiful" lilan lor Kdinouton, has indlea'ed on his diagrams certain section'' that will be ideal for market gardeners. With a niiirkri iu which to .sell thi>ir produce the of trucking will become popular and lucrative in and around the city. A member ot the city council will be sent on a tour of the principal clUcs of the United States and Canada to 'study market buildlnga and surroundings, also a.scertaining their patronago and how the transportation problem is handled. Mr. Itobertson, superintendent of the public mai'Ifcl, is enthusiastic over tho jprojo.ct, saying tliat it will pay from the beginning, as there arc already stif-ficiont producers In and near Kdmon-ton to take up all the stalls to be set aaido tor actual growers. Further extension ot municipal own-erehip in Edmonton was indicated when the commlBsioners directed City Kn-giueer Latornel to report upon the cost of installing a paving plant ot not less than 100,000 at), yds. capacity during the building season, iili*) to engage a construction engineer qualified to take charge ot the city's paving work. The plant is to bo In operation early next apring. The estl-, mated cost is $r.0,000. The office of construction engineer is a new one in tho city's service. His duty will be to take charge ot the plant and supervise the paving work. Tho city will comi'ete with prlviite firms in all mouniclpal work, taking contracts to keep the plant running at full capacity throughout the season.' I'Tve hundred thousand square yards of new pavement will he laid by tho city next yciir, as against about '250,000 square yards put down during the season ot 1012. Specilicationa wMU be announced in January, giving ample time for contractors to assemble mdn and materials. J. Harris & Co. HEAL LSTA'I E and LXSUKAXCE Sti'aiiisiii|i A$;ciits -�- 1'. F. R. Labor Ajsciitft and (iiciu'i'al Einiiloy** iiiniit AtfciM'y Room 3 Begin Blk. LKTHBIUDGE I beg lo inform tho public that f have dissolved partnershli� with Mr. A. Olson, and will In fiituri),carry on a real e�tat�. Insurance, and gtjtieral employ. ^ ment agency business atJ; llftr-' ris & Co. tSigned) . � . . -j; HARRIS. THIRTY PASSENGERS KILLED IN WRECK New Orleans, Nov. Tl,-Thirty persons were killed and more than fifty were injured in a wreck on the Yazoo and iMlBslssippI Valley railway early today when a freight train crashed Into an excursion passenger Irain from New Orleans to Woudville Miss. The wreck  occurred near Montx, La., about 27 mllea north of Now Orleans,' .\ train carrying many of the Injured and a aiiimher of the dead has arrived in New Orleans. All of the known dead are negroes, tlio railroad reporters say. MANITOBA PIONEER DEAD Portage la Pi-alrio, Nov. J I,-VVil! iani Wlilto iMilier, postmaster hero since, died here today aged I'lii. Ho was one of the best known old timers In the west, emigrating to .Manitoba from Ontario in 1S77. RESCUED FROM PIT OF SNAKES Sulidu, Cclo,, .\oi ll.~v\V. .J. Bur-vows, a hotel cliii;, was rescued from 11 mine pit wli r.. lie had been iiii-Iirlsoned twenly-i