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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBmOQE DAILf KIKALU. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909. PAGE FIVE THE HERHLD'S REAL PHONE 451 FOUR years in the same office. FOUR years in the sarfle business. FOUR years is tkqut alt the Real Estate experience one could in this FOR more years I will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Number. PHONE 451 W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I AND 2, SOUTHARD BLOCK l-H-M I I I-M-H.....f-M n M I H--H-; II II M'-I-M Good Residence Lots in all parts of the city for sale on the monthly plan STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK fl Tbooght-Provoking Cinders Picked From the Path Of Labor-Activities Summarized and Recorded For Those Who Do the World's Work The Best Buy in the business property 100 ft. by 125 ft. in Block 34 facing Burclett St. cash; 1 year; ?23500 2 years 7 per cent. I R. V. GIBBONS OTT BLOCK PHONE 222 5.1 department is mere- >r I ly a passing record of individual jj opinion, and The Herald assumes no 4. j responsibility for the views expressed. V i Now If Alberta wage-earners are" onto their job there will be no despicable small-debts court ever-established or tolerated in the provinces. What navies are to nations such courts are' that the winter months are to jnearing the local-central body should are humiliating abomination consider the holding of educational mass-meetings. debt-collectors I I H41 I M I M I I BUSINESS The Alberta Securities, Phone HI ROUND AND REDPATH j -Fancy unionists voting the same T j political ticket on election .day ..as... .i. j their job-owners, and then. paying dues to unions the other 364 days of 5 j.the; year to protect themselves from jrriembers of the same corporate: or business interests'! Industrially the-workers' interests are not identical; politically they are. Hence under, the latter form of organization must; come the ultimate triumph of Labor i: Signs are not wan ting; to prove that in every portion of the commer- cialized world wage-earners are rap- idly coming ..tola realization of their common where. political interests each. v Terms Lots just off of" Westminster Road, Charles Street, have to be sold at once. -Alberta Realty 2nd floor Johnson Block, Beit Balmoral Hotel Pfione 250 If the strikers of Sweden undertook to( secure food, instead of baulking, few. of them would meet death by the j slow process of agonizing hunger. The Seattle unionists have a splendid i other form of death should be prefer- labor temple Tacoma is in the field j able to the it would cer- to get one: Lethbridge leads so far talnly, leave a legacy to those remain- as :tbe prairie territory is concerned ing.-1 The.Carpenters' Union of Spokane is preparing to erect a hall in that city. The union has prac- tically all the funds neccssare- to carry out the proposition. Workers have those thev take. M..H..H..H..M..H.I 11111: i M-H-I-M-I-M- House to Rent A i in the best residential part ,of the city. no rights except i 4-H Freeman, Maeleod and Graham i Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.O.Box 679 X Some day war will cease, but if we wait until-that edict comes from, a so-called Peace Conference at The Hague, I rather our pa- tience will be exhausted. Some dav war will "cease, "but it. will be when the organized .workingmen 'of the A 2560 acre Farm, five miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan J i THE ALBERTA TIEALTY EXCHANGE, f shall declare that they will no longer-go out to shoot do'wn their fellow workers in "order to satisfy the greed, the' selfishness, the ambitions of their matter who thev might be. In other words, organized la.bbr will call a great.universal peace strike, for who suffers more than doe's the workingman, his wife and his. children, during a time of internation- al Charles Stelzle. i What's the matter with Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and .Ed- monton Brandon has a' home for wage-earners under way. Grant Ham- ilton, organizer for the A. F. of L.. says: "It should be the aim of un- ion labor in every city which has a. thousand members to build a home." i Everybody's Magazine has passed into the hands "of the Butterick's. The latter are fighting the Typo- graphical Union. Need more be said to the man who knows There is nothing small about Van- couver unionists. The central bodv organized a" company and will build a 'labor temple on a site in the centre of the city. Canada (for they will come j and use the money at home in its proper place, where ;t is badly needed to organize and keep our movement alive. There is a lot of organiza- tion worjc to be done in the Alberta capital, and that Org. Trotter is the man for the task seems the unani- mous opinion of Western Canada un- ionists. V. W. _ f odd, an organizer for IhV .Cigarmakers' International Union of j America, is in Western Canada tcr'ri-! tory at this time. He was in the coast cities last week and is now in the Kootenays. Boosting the Blue Label, and bucking local option in British Columbia, is Org. Todd's mis- sion in the west. Incidentally some sidelights oil the recent Labor Con- gress Convention in Quebec, are elu-1 cidated. I 1 I II II I I I H-H-I-H HELGERSON LAND AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. TERMS. j We Either Buy or Sell See Us Today _fr_ Surely there can be no doubt of pronounced ..attitude of organized labor throughout Canada against mil- itarism and all -that it implies. It ;is just possible that so emphatic will unionists that militiamen will not' be allowed to join a union. This because experience in Nova Scotia is proving: that the conflict, between this portion of the same slave-class mav as 'well, be discussed in the union room before strikes as felt around the orporate property after them. The movement among some, of the Crow's ifest Valley miners to, organ- ize lines has peter- ed out. It was again discovered that in international industrial system had to be met with" an international fed- eration of labor. EXCELLENT BUYS: Four Lots on Norman St, each, terms. Lots on Westminstei Road, close in, If you have a house to rent or sell, et me have listing. I have clients. a 4 L. S. R.IPLEY Tel. 294 .H..I..M..I..I. i .i Office Macdonald Block 1 Sooner or later the workers have to resort to the ballot to cure their demands. will se- A revolutionist is only an anarchist when the revolution fails. The moral for wage-earners, is to always win. Practically every central body in Fort The Congress Convention takes place there in Sep- tember, Every union and central body in Western Canada. The Toronto Allied Printing Trades Councilis suing certain employees ;for damages for fraudulent USR of its trademark. 1 I All Typo Unions throughout West- ern Canada, seem to be pushing a' un- campaign. The approaching j Beautiful Residence Site v REDPATH STREET.: Between Bartlett Westminster SIZE 50x125 CASH 96 x 139 feet On Westminster Koad i close to track 1 J. I. EAKIM CO, 307 CRABB STREET (Opp. -Bank of Montreal) Telephone 383 Western Canada has placed of Pres' Lynch (unions should on record as condemning the coward-'at once arranKC for dates> and tIlR ly murder of Prof, Francisco Fener the COQVention is be held at Minneapolis contributes to .J. Phone 396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. O. Box 254 Organized workers of Superior. Wis., are to erect a labor temple. Org. J. A. Kenny, of Edmonton, is by the ruling class of Spain. Over twenty international unions now pay the per capita tax on their Canadian the Trades and 'Labor Congress of1 Canada. The i the revival in printorial circles. Vancouver Trades and Labor Coun- cil has officially requested the new executive of the Trades and Labor Lots 14 and 15, Block 93, for Money to loan On terms The H. Macbeth Agency MONEY ..TO -i- FIRE INSURANCE I The C. B, doing good work in the prairie prov- The Street Railwavmen are the lat- i Congress of Canada that Org. W. R. inccs for the" Brotherhood of Carpen- est to so decide. ters in particular, and organized la- bor in general! congress strongly condemn the action of the A. as inconsistent witn the-highest claims of the trade union movement and -unanimously endorse the stand'of the United Mine Work- ers and, that this congress" condemn the overruling of municipal authority Trotter be placed in Western" Canada iin out the military ostensibly i territory. The Golden West Realty Co. Real Estate Dealers and Auctioneers A FEW BUYS for the WORKING MAN'S POCKET Weil built shack standing on two lots Norman Street, Well bmlt shack standing on one lot, Norman Street, Four room house, cellared, on half let on Arthur Street, Three good lots in Alexander Addition, 15 to 15. block 6 each For investors with deeper pockets we have some proper- tionately good buys, including five business lots on Round Street for Phone 261. Office Crabb Street Every time, a Unionist goes into a non-union establishment and buvs a bill of goods he strengthens the boss- es' opposition to organized labor. On October 19, for the first time in California, a woman was sworn in to serve as a juror.' She is Mrs. Jo hanna Engleman of Santa Monica. A Provincial Federation of Labor' is under consideration by British umbia unionists. If the miners' ga'nizations consent to join in movement its success is assured. The W. F. of M. has The A. F. of L. executive has bffi- taken cognizance of the big the; strike in Sweden, and that i assistance be rendered by its affiliat- j ed membership. contributed j to protect property and permit work- AGENCY Building. Phone 200. 4- TELEGRAPH1C BRIEFS An effort to remove E. W- Harris. of Arcola, as a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, was unsuc- cessful. Mrs. Isabella G-. Mcposh. widow of the late Dr. James McCosh, who was president of Princeton College from to the Swedish strikers' fund. I Org. "W. R-. Trotter's" address is jnow Suite 5, Temple Building, Don- Vancouver Typos will banquet j aid street, Winnipeg. Lynch upon .his arrival there in De- cember, s. Vancouver's central body will hold a monster political rally in the big- gest building ca- pacity of which candidates from all political parties will speak. It will be the biggest political niass- meeting -ever held in B. C. At the recent convention of the j Trades and Labor Congress of Can- i ada the debate on the resolution deal- with the fight between the Do- President Charles Mover, of the j Western Federation of Miners, has re- i centlv been visiting British Columbia j minion Coal Company and the United on official .duties, and while at Grand i Mine Workers of America was most Forks addressed n special mcctinp of i exciting. Delegate Simpson of ingmen to work, "when in the! 1868 to 1888, is dead, aged 92. case of Springhill, a strike, under I Montreal capitalists endeavoring similar circumstances, it was deemed (to control the stock of the Oxford inadvisable to call out the Milling Company, capitalized at despite the fact that there was prop-; in 5100 shares." erty to protect and workmen to de- fend. "And be it further we express our United Mine Workers in their pro-1 tracted struggle and assure them of the support of the thousands of trade unionists affiliated with the congress: and be it further resolved, that urge upon the Dominion Government the propriety and necessity of immer diately appointing a Royal Commis- resolved, that! 4- admiration of the! r 1 sion to Investigate the calling out of the local union. "He stirreth up the people." Luke Labor receives only' the respect a. Domininn Cnnl made. It, would be wise, in my opin- j Company and continued to work as i ion. to discontinue the spending of j an to the companv in their j money in sending an agent to j determination to defeat the United the old Country to endeavor j Mine Workers of America. I to stop immigrants coming to j "Therefore be it resolved that this dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I have ,ined possession of the xinsold portion of the TOWNSITE OF BOW ISLAND nnd offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call "nn rne before Durchasiu0" A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency I T T JL T T I I i T T TUJD__New 2 storey frame 10 roomed fully modern house on 3 lots for sale at a bargain. Only 7 minutes' walk from Post Office Also a 7 roomed furnished modern house for rent for 3 months, close in Successors to W. R. Dobbtn Ground Floor Office: cIRSf DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTEL ;