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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta November THE LKTLL1UU1JUG DAILY We have several good propositions m farm lands wliicn are worthy of your consideration. Come in and let us tell you about We are exclusive agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment in Lethbridge to-day. HERE IS.A BUY WOBTH CONSIDERING IXC LuT'ON OLYX ONE THJUD Balance arran ed to suit. Representing: North American Life Assurance Co.. London Guarantee and Accident Cc., Phoenix Assurance of London. Edmonton. LETHBRIDGE, High River, .Nanton, SPECIALS 1 lots, Block 1, North Ward, on water, each, one-quarter balance three, six, nine and twelve months. 2 lota. Block 148, North. Ward, 5300 each, one-third cash; bal- ance ;six and. twelve mouths. 4 Block on water and sewer, 5700 each; one-third cash, balance aix.and twelve montns. 2 lots on G-lyn Street (near Courtland) each; one-third cash, balance four and eight months. g lots, Block 23, facing east, near. McDuff street, 5385 each; one-third cash, balance four and eight months. 7 roomed fully modern house, good 5500 cash, balance in monthly payments. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block THE H. MACBETH AGENCY INSURANCE v LOANS SHERLOCK 2 lots corner of Ernest and London at 5600.00 each. 6 lots in Block 26 Duff Add., close to new school at 1400.00. 7 roomed cottage on 2 lots in Block 123, facing Westminster for The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real and In- Estate, l-oana SHERLOCK BUILDING M. Dowsley J. B. Mulhern Phone 544 handles fully modern cottage, Argyle .Are., on large lot; only term's. ?400 handles nsw fully mod- ern 6 roomed cottage in nicest residential part of city; only Terms very .easy. handles fully modern house three blocks from centre of city. Has seven rooms, bath, pantry, fur- nace, fire place, etc. The price is' only S3500. Pair lots Duff Addition, must be sold at once, only ?3S5 These lots are close in" and are at least each below market price. 160 acres irrigated land 3 miles from centre of city. Easy terms. Agents for The Alliance In- surance Co. East 1-2 Sec. iL Twp. 9. Range 14, per acre; 54 per acre cash, balance to suit. Close to school house. Nine miles from town and elevator and line piece of land. Fine business corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 33.000. ?1.000 cash, balance i_> suit. Ocort buys in Grassy Lake --1.-1 island residential lots, close to the hotel in both Remember you are buying direct from the owner. W. J. Williams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1069 LOTS IN KIPP TOWNSITE and 1-3 cash; 1-3 May 1. 1911; and balance May 1, T912. AGENTS BY KILWAT the building craftsmen of Calgary are in a quandary about the proposed formation of a Huildihg Trades Couii- The powers, that be known as ibe Executive of the American federation of Labor .nave given 'notice to the Calgarians that the electrical work-' ers in Canada are a -wicked and 'unde- sirable body of craftsmen, and they say "in effect that tae trades unionirrs play' tiie bill, asking that" the union rate or be paid all classes of labor en- gaged, also the minimum i-aie for the unskilled to be 52.5U per day of nine tours. At that time, a. report about the adopting of ths amendment was the price of O'Urien's vote, which sustained the government on that critical day. such report be true or not, snouid not concern ivasc earners, jtiie lesser, o: two Socialist elected chairman. J.__ i! An individual who looms large in local recently re-j tunied from u' visit to England where, j according to his" own statement, he acted in the capacity of an immigra- tion agent, on behalf oi ihe Dominion i government. J j Upon being interviewed, the gentle- man in question imparted some infor- mation, to the press about "imraigra- and wbuid have the local trades j of morality emanate at all times of Calgary must not play' with the naughty electricians. Notice has from the. 'dominant economic classes. served that neither the eiectri- ;a had hot a few more La- unionists understand that en- couraging emigration to this country !lie 'did not advise mechanics to come agricultural workers. This is the usual'specioiis statement put forward by immigration." agents, but the facts are wholly different.' Mayor Evans of Winnipeg, when, ad- dressing the Technical Education Com mission, showed how the "only agri- cultural workers" plea affected" indus- workers or the torioSlayers and masons are allowed to affiliate. In we shall -witness the expelling electrical workers at tae dictation of Samuel Goaipers and Co., from tbe local Building Trades Council, otherwise the charter will be revoked. "in union there is bor.men equally ,.as capable of improv- ing tae shining hour as the member for Kocky Mountain did on that orable occasion. trial labor in the following remark "Of ihe supply'-of labor, it saidj that Winnipeg.was better.off in this respect tnan-any .other, point in the! west. Skilled, labor was.more plenti rul tnan would -other R-ise-.be the case, The Dominion Executive of Trades and -Labor Congress have al- ready presented to the Federal gov- ernment a number of resolutions eon- I owing to Uie fact that numbers of j skilled artisans came to the country thejas immigrants expecting to farm, but finding -that life, in the- rural districts 'not as congenial as they expect- j ed. thev came into the city. Female, cernmg tiie weekly payment oE wages, 1 tabor .vras .also avilable .here." The "attempt of tae American Fed- post office regulations, crediting Aldcnnan King with eration.of Labor to subordinate the [etc.; etc. Also the executive for E-as- S00d intentions it is necessary to em-1 Trades, and Labor Conogi'ess of Can-Jjcatenewiin has'been, to Regina and in- pnasize the fact that tiie majority of' ada to the position of a state fed'era- jterviewed' Fremier Scott on Jegisla-1 immigration agencies are Active fac-i non is an "instance of the autocraticjfion. And now the Alberta executive !lor3 m. Hooding tiie Canadian labor metliods adopted by that orgnization. jis preparing its -business to be pre-jmarKet with surp.ius labor, bo'.h skill- it lias advocated; "what it calls to'sented to Premier .halfton and his cab-ieci l-ieaven about when used in opposi-1 met- uon, tiie "blacklist." T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Agents Diamond-- City Townsite. insurance. Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diauio.au uity, 11520 ACRES Living water. Grass knee deep. Wheat yielded 40 bu- shels to the acre this year in this Towaship. We selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Look this up. FARM SECURITY CO. Whitney Blk. Lethbridge For Sale Elk. for cottage in 148. ?200 handles. ?400 for 1 1-3 lots Blk. US. S4 ft. frontage by 142 1-2 feet deep near corner of London and Ashmead facing east, ?SOO cash. G. A. Peat Co. General Insurance 'Loans Macdonald Blk. Phone 570 There are several international bod- j Tae ia tll-e electrical workers ies which have felt this' method and one wonders where j U7n6j will it is [going to end. The "disciplining" ot" labor unions bv the A." F. .of L. might be passively assented to in the United vrnen ic reaches out to cotmtrv under another Canada, a having d for the third before the con- vention .of the A. F. of L., now in ses- looks like, the .Sums i'erent laws, whose jdeals have noth- ing in common, and. not only attempts to assert its. supremacy over the Trades' and Labor -Congress, 'but in- sits that international unions in C-a'n- r.tla shall submit to its imperial wrath, tuen it is a'bout time the Cauii'diiUi un- ionists roused themselves and int'orm- ttie .A. F. of L. to Keep out.. Tlae Trades and Labor Congress of juanada is "put in a sorry position when jit is proved to be powerless to aid its affiliated organizations which have been declared outlawed by the "s'reat American Labor arid ttiose labor unions failing lo observe its august decree are threatened with due punishment. They will be ciist inco the outer dark ness, and can never be "recognized" more, Awful fatel The humiliating position io whicli LUC Congress, is reduced is not relished by a large number ot" international trades uniouisis. They believe, and with good reasons, too. that tbe Can- adian organization should be supreme moiitiis.- ision at ot. roclc the A. F. at L. is going to split Last, the United. States a number of state "central labor bodies and .trades and labor conn cils nad their charters rerblced owing perfected Ttc Trades cui-ti Labor Council havcj been doing some necessary repairs to i tne Labor Hail, and the changes made- while largely of a temporary charac-' ter, add to .the comfort of Lbc un-1 taere duriug tae winter A new liall that will meet the in- creasing be. got un-1 der way" directly the executive- have .plans and. drawn up j 320 Acres S12SO Cash A BARGAIN 4 Lots in Calgary For "Sale Lots 1 io 4 inclusive Block 1-3, Township 24, Kange 1. West 5th Meridian Each. Box 451 Lcthbridge o uot unseating the- representatives -articles of -association. K is a mal- 1'rom the electrical workers, and. IroTnjter lor congi'atulation that such -a vul-j present appearances .a. similar liasco ua-bie property is held by tbe local mi j is attout to.be in Canada. jiotiists-. and their position is an en- 'i'lic .electrical workers, are 'split in- 1 viable one. Both ami Ednion- to'-'tv.'o" factions. The' Keid faction, .so- 'ton would be glad to be so happily) called, after tho president, .claiming I situated. over SO per cent, of the organized The affiliated unions should see to i ectnciaas of the United States, and i it that they semi the best among) 1IJO per cent, in Canada, is the organ-1 their mera'cership-.as delegates to the ization that has been solemnly cursed with the aid oi' belL book and candle by tne pontifical Gompcrs. council to watch Uicir interests. An inexperienced body of men com-1 -posing tiie council's executive could j make it possible for the property to j pass out. of their hsncls. j .-The attitude of the council on. tliej A member of rhe Technical Coramis sion is .Mr. James Toron-' to. as he is affectionately ctuestion of building Is called 'by those who enjoy his acquaiu- j by interestc parties outside of labor tance. was 'nominated by tiio Trades: circles. and Labor Congress to represent the! wage earners insofar as the Technical i Coomraiasionor Simpson, should be Education Commission would concernjiipprou tnem. Me vice-president of the j invited, congress for years, raiid if a. dirty political deal had not been liaao'ed out to nim he would .have been president. ned by "tiie local councils to address a public meeting j in matters legislative and economic j jijg reuent rcsisuation. from tiie So- so far as Canada is iciaiist party of Canada was to If the Congress desires to furtner jllis rel-sai To his report as com- interests of tiie wage earners of imissjonei- to that body before present- country, the A. F. of L. must be 133g jt -LijC govorumeut. He is one resisted when" it encroaches upon tue ot- inos- exponents of Jlarx- righis of Canadian trades unionists. jjan gociaiism iu Canada, aucl many A number of English psuedo-relig- jumes aus hc been seen orating from ions orsamzationg and some of the j ..r05t.rura OF rhe proletariat" (soap- philantrophic Smilesean brand, each j.box) on -LUe street corners oi7 Toronto oavmg "the interests of the poor at ancl olher Heart." also incidentally hoping to rake in commissions from the steam- snip companies, et cetera, et cetera, are making inquiries as to the most Mr. Simpson stands high in the op Uoj inions oi rhe Toronto people, and he Oi was elected to the educational board refugee, will be hdf! in of that' city, altbougii running on the hnical h'clucauon us it affects The ciuetjiion of selecting a. chair- :lman of suitable localities in Canada, these "poor people" might be induced to go. Particulars are wanted concerning jman Ol tnc Toronto Educational of wages and conditions of la- brought about a peculiar situa- Lsthbriuge. appeal's to these ,Vj-r Simpson was nominated as jcieucs ys an El uiiu LTicic Avowed Socialist, also a gentleman no doubt, the wageearners in this dJs-jof the fjfe drnm Protestant rate bor. to welcome the new- type. Tiie vote, wliich decided the ilH- Suiiiiay a l Z o'clock ov-j i-r he will liimscli preside. as pnsifhijt of j tlic Winnipeg Russian Krcodom i and Dominion for the league in Canada, has been conferring with the mavor for tnn tw ilays. j tin; rviritncc at the (rial his; I hat Ihis ir.cnts and trict will be gl-f comers. 'It is somewhat peculiar these n-us a pretty The held in Canada yet.' cieties don't write tiie Trades and La- Socialisr_ ic .inathema marantha Mr. .SalTxinau read at the hoard of election was hel.-l by a Catholic mem- lnt.cting v.-ill bv. one of tlit; largest largely religious persons, most likely Keep in mind the text. "All men are labor men. You local labor men might take it into their heads to forward a list of unemployed men in this district and that wouldn't be it? DISASTER AVERTED The beaut i! til coat of whitc-.va.tih so applied by the Commission joii the Alberta and Great Waterways !deal wsll improve tiie personal appear- ,'ance of the parries concerned consid- JJrest, France, Nov. group especially at'ier so much mud- 'Dluejackets from the American fleei. i tnrowmrr. lighted a wood lire on the waterfront j On reviewing the majority and rain- today. The flames spread until they i only report, one fails tu find tho faint- threatened to communicate with near- jest, suggestion of suspicion of jiral'r. by 'barrels of nitrate and alcohol. Po-! coupled will) the: name of .Mr. C, .M. iict; saw the dauiger and extinguished jo'iint-n. .M-. P. the lire, li. wtH he d LOOK THESE OVER 4 Rd., each. 2 lots corner of Courtland and Ernest. 4 lots, corner on Eurdeu St., each. HERE! 7 lots Bompas St., close in, each." L. S. RiPLEY CO. PHONE 1034 OFFICE, MACDONALD SLOCK. GBEAT BABGAKS A few lots near old Fair Grounds for per aud ten per month until interest and no taxes. Title any time. 2 cash and month. These lots will bring per lot within next year.'1 If youi want to make money buy how. W. H. JOHNSON .LAND CO. JOHNSON BLOCK" 323 FIFTH .ST. acres irrigated land 3 1-2 miles'from dty.... Ton acres---un-' 'der cultivation. All-ditches in. .piece of land. 585.00 per acre. Balance-over cent: interest. 32 acres of land partly irrigated. 2 miles.from; city. Terms. Good location for garden, poultry or dairy; 160 acres exceptionally fine irrigated lir.ci 7 miles from city-for, cash. Balance .over. SJ years at 6 per' cent." interest. Good tracts, close, in and easy terras. 5, 10, 20, 30 or'40 acres-.' From per acre up. ,_- "LETHBRIDGE IN VESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON ALBERTA BLOCK. PHONE 777 For your wants fro in tiie N arsery. Plant late iii October and .not next spring. Be sure and Include a. fey.' eight fobt Russian Poplar in your, order for shade and wind breaks. Special-price 85c per dosea: Express charges prepaid to your station Our Large Comet (Eed) Currant- and our Black Champion are premium winners, highest quality and perfectly adapted to praide planting. Two years. per dozen and express prepaid. Three years, per dozen a ad express prepaid. Drerxa-v express charges. j. a, i irtiarantee our goods to GTOW. We want to mail our price list to you. We to please you. Placs Orders Koctenav Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B.. LCI.S 1 and BJock 60, Five lets, Block V.. c'ose to Victoria Park, ?oir> each. lors Bioclc 11. Alexander. each. proved uncl consequently ivinnipcg for tliv- bcni-iU uf the ircc- j ninri Asqnitli L .Re.Tl Eststs Financial Brolccrc; Fire insLTsncc P.O. Drawer 3091. Pho.-e 1133 quickly stops coughs, cures coJas, the thraai aadL luass. 'i5 COAL MINE have for sale cheap or will lease 10 a. practical miner a coal mine near ihe This mine is fully opened out and fully equipped. Seven Toot seam, coal. A for right, party. r. J. GUMMING C-o Farm Security Co. VViiitney Stock Lcthbridge Ail the controllers promised io present and a large number oi ul.'lcMncn have alto Vhcir i tcnticn of al'r'.irling Hie j Xcw Yorkers Xew York, Nov. huii- dred New Yorkers "have xa'wnlu'd a innil wliich will he used by the Po- litical licfuge and Defence League id j light the oxtradition from of j Keilei'enkn. thi- llusisiau wtusofc in prison in Winnipeg. j I A mass mod ins ph-ad Fcneren- I ko's case, was held al j Union last liigiH, pahtt'l a resolution urging the authorities .of Canada i ''n'oi to defile ilic o. this conVi- I nciu. by any siibscvvaiice to dc- liuaads of a "hlood-i'iirsty Chicago is the seem; of rioting by a WM'ia-rs who arc i al pi'eseiil GROW APPLES at WEST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUWSIA ar-.d live in comlcrt. You cr.n livo in r.n ideal climalo. enjoy fine scenery, hur.tir.g rani fishing, sr.d nv.kc money on :r.i ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUITVALE. than you ca.n cu 1UQ acres uE prairie land. GROW APPLES, peaches, poultry, AND GROW RICH. Others .ire doing not, YOU. Splendid climate, high wirds and Uiis: storms Proofs, piaus. f-'RUITVALE LJiY.ITED, 23 Ward St., Nelson, B. C- ;