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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQi DAILf KII.ALU, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, ItOt. PAGE THRU THF ESTRTE MKRKET PHONE 451 POUR years in the offict. FOUR years in the same business. FOUR years is about all the Real Estate experience one could have in this Ntwtr W. R. DOBBIN, ROOMS I FOR more years 1 will still be here in the Real Estate business, regardless of all reports to the contrary. FOUR Fifty-One (451) is my New Telephone Numbtr. 6 ROOMED BRICK RESIDENCE and 40 foot lot on best residen- tial street. 'Easy terms. Adjoining lots are held at JH.uuu each. For further particulars see T 3CK 4. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK -H-f. RESIDENTIAL SITE 2 Lots, 25x125, facing east on Cutbill on easy terms 1 R. V. GIBBONS Six rooms, bathroom and pantry, furnace, and wired for electric light, near Redpatk Street. Price very easy terms. The Alberta Securities, Ltd. Phone 141 ROUND AND REDPATH Thought-Provoking Cinders Picked From the Path Of Labor-Activities Summarized and Recorded Fo" Those Who Do the World's Work delegates. Inasmuch as the ministers might learn something of the ques- tions agitating the minds of wige- earners, the idea is passed on for what it is worth. Next Thursday, Nov. 25, is election j his organization throughout this rap- day in British Columbia, and natur- idly-developing territory, ally enough Alberta wage-earners are i- Janies M. Lynch, president of the International Typographical Union, will next month enter Canadian ter- ritory at Winnipeg, visiting typo, cen- ters en route to Vancouver. From j here he will proceed to Victoria, then j Seattle and other western points be-j fore returning to headquarters at'In-1 dianapolis. j interested in the result. The final j The Alberta Executive of line-up is somewhat changed from Trades and Labor Congress oi! the Can- thc forecast given two weeks ago in iias not yet been announced by this department of The Herald. As the federal executive as agreed at the in the 1907 general election there are i Quebec Convention. IS Socialist party candidates, two j new ridings tried out and two allow-; ia-DOr is still ed to go. unchallenged for this time. on election a Nanaimo, Newcastle and Grand Forks workmen's Compensation Act, HELGER50N UNO AND INVESTMENT CO. BRYAN BLOCK Owners of large tracts of choice wheat land 5000 acres, 4000 acres, 1000 acres or 100 acres, as you like it. GOOD TERMS. We Either Buy or Sell See Us Toda'y Store, 22x50, on Westminster Road, North Ward, 'I at a bargain for terms arranged, rent- I: ing for per month. i: Illinois-Alberta Realty Co; 2nd floor Mason Block, next Balmoral Hitcl Phone 230 I M II M church and property for Last, in the part best residential of the city. MONEY TO LOAN ale ".now members. be held and two new ones Fernie and Greenwood, with a flying chance for working-class victory in three other Ymir and Revelstoke. Workmen's represented by Socialist lar to _ ___ Socialists claim these will j berta and Columbia. "There are no allied labels in the government printing bureau, for when T it. was declared an open office, rather when No. 102 expelled those j i who worked there for refusing to pay j X their just dues and assessments, waited upon Mr. McMahon, the su- perintendent, and requested the lab- els, which were given to ael Powell." A SNAP: New house, 26x28, with teanto, on double lot in North Ward, close to Mills, the house is fixed up in first-class shape, has storm doors and windows, good cellar, etc., will handle, bal- ance easy. Tel. 294 Toronto Unionists have made a success "of a Labor Temrue, with which James Simpson has been con- j will be. nected from the beginning. Winni-j peg's Trades Hall, in which the' j The Fort William and Winnipeg; Revelstok'e, B.C., central body and j Trades and Labor councils have em-! three affiliated unions, including the phatically protested against the with-1 machinists, have endorsed the candi- or ture of G-. H. Kernpster, the Social- ist party nominee. L: S. .KIP LEY i Office Block T T T M-M-M Org. Trotter by the executive In a town made mittee of the Trades and Labor Con- j f Ui, largely of C.-P.R- employees there j gress Of Canada. Vancouver, Vic- is no telling what the result on Nov. Edmonton's central -j- too, have asked that Org. Trotter' be. j X placed in the field in Western Can- j j _ _ Experience, after all, is proving Bricklayers and Masons hold .a. con- that thc old coun-fcry jobless" wage- ada. If Pres. Glockling is a bigjV enough man for the job there will be trolling interest, cost about earners assisted to Western Canada, no question what his 'decision will be and is now on. a paying basis. Leth-jare susceptible to'V environment. Most Org. Trotter will be put on the ac- bridge organized labor has owned its. Q{ own hall and a fine large property in in the 'Columbia are lin- live list. Nothing was -done for the unions and political west last year; it is the executive's asked for several years. It has proved a j part.y Of the working-class. It. is move. splendid investment, and the present. merely a case Of how much ground value will make it an easy the movement in Canada will j Prince Rupert typos, have matter to finance a new and more for> j for the services of R. P. Pettipiece, fitting headquarters for wage-earners'! 11.T.U. organizer for western Canada, at any time it is deemed expedient: condition of the lahor market j and expect -to hang up a charter and hy the central body. At Englind( according to the official j sign an agreement before" the year is B. some ten years ago, the cen-; L. Griffiths, is out. tral hody purchased an old Methodist, growing in spite of the bolst-l D- up of charity and other In Spain'the powers that be shoot year an offer of was refused _ating institutions which assist to per- j those who'dare establish non-sectar- for the holding. Now the Vancouver the Labor Ltd., has been create" poverty, organized to take over the conditions that; jan schools. In Quebec they merely As soon as the work-j control-the government. So much eas- and Graham J Phone 173 LETHBRIDGE P.C.Box6i9-J K II-KI M-H 1 M I I A 2560 acre Farm.jfive miles from good town, for sale on Crop Payment Plan THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, I PhoDe396 Bryan Block, Lethbridge P. 0. Box 2o4 I T separate and distinct from the edu-; and legislative function of the council, and last week it was de- cided to proceed with the construc- tion of a handsome five-storey modern Labor Temple, costing some easily a property in all. So much for the successful management I of labor temples by organized wage- earners. The real value, however, lies in the solidifying effect and unifi- cation of purpose such undertakings develop. If such temples are planned HOUSES! HOUSE HOUSES! ers of'England get wise on election j ier so much more effective, day.of pro-j cess of "dividing" up the hours of j Nova Scotia wage-earners, prompt- labor the problem, wiir have by the lessons learned in the min- solved. As England was the mother j Crs' strike, have decided to go into and cradle of capitalism, so it will i politics on their own account. This be of the new social order. !in itself is worth all the pangs en- dured and the money expended.-, 4. We have a large list of Fully Modern Houses situate in the best residential parts of the City J. I. EftmH CB.'} 307 'CRABB STREET (Opp. Bank pi Montreal) Telephone 383 -M-H'M'I M-: M'M I 96 x 139 feet I X On Westminster Road -I 1 1-I-W Lots 14 and 15, Block 93, for Money to loan On terms The H. Macbeth Agency the money Local option wiU not solve the la- i The workers throughout all history bor problem. The wage-slave's por- .have never done anything worth while tion, tinder corporate ownership of j until they had to, and it looks the oppressors of lahor. When means of life, is the wheth- j though that time had 'now arrived insist on the1 union label on your er the locality be "dry" or "wet." j S0me parts of Nova Scotia at least, j purchases you are doing your part to- tho. workers' proposes this world a better LILIUU of the liquor traffic j unless the workers' program proposes j making this world a better ownership of distilleries. jVorking class ownership of the coal place tQ ]ive in than you i ___3 fnr i Ft-rt-m t.hftV 'liaVC been properly they will become "homes I1S w for wage-earners when not grinding breweriCS) etc., and production for j mines, from which they have been out profit for a' boss. It will mean a uge Of 'profit. So why waste j ousted, the campaign will avail but sort of "I'll-meet-you-at-Labor-Hall" i tim6i money and energy over a pro-! another lesson along the correct line spirit. And this once accomplished t.faat stanijs for anything less 0[ action. The international 'Socialist party; of i such a solution. The two other part- j sys-i the value of such headquarters are inestimable. By placing the property alon.e stands for the application interests apart from the business of the central body much economy .are upon the profit time results, and more effective work___ is accomplished in both cases. The Qf c'orporate ownership of natural re- experience of those having -labor tern- i sources- Wage-earners should know pies should stimulate the efforts to do. those who have not yet evidenced a j desire to secure a meeting- for close to track I MONEY TO LOAN FIRE INSURANCE ItieC. B. AGENCY Acadia Building. Phope 200. ..H.IIIini'HlH-H A new label campaign has launched in Winnipeg. Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council admits daily press reporters to its meetings, a plan Vancouver has found worked to its advantage for years. At Calgary and Lethbridge the press is excluded. S..H-I-I i-i 1111111 n 11111 I The Golden West Realty Co. j e well worth the attention of in- The following properties Testors and speculators alike. WELL BUILT MODERN SEVEN ROOMED'HOUSE and bath lot and a b4f on CntbiU Street, Terras to suit purchaser. 2 LOTS ON LONDON ROAD, 150 from comer of Weatmin- stex Koal iacing. north, Will be worth ?500 eacn :n Spring. Terms. 4 LOTS on Westminster Koad, corner position, LOT AND A HALF on Crabb Street, close in a snap. casih. 5 BUSINESS LOTS ON ROUND of the remaining chances to get inside property. Phone 261. i: i n M Office Crabb Street I-I-1 I 'I1 I I I I I I I I I I H" 6 Lots in Block L for each, good terms. C P R Land close to R.R. and market, from to per acre on long' time and low interest good investment for small or large investor. Improved and unimproved property in all parts of the city for sale reasonable, easy terms. List your property with tis for quick sale. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. arrd also encourage such laces as Brandon, oria, B.C., which ects under way. Man., and have such Vic- pro- and stand for the perpetuation i Trafle and comm.ercc is internation- !al. So must be the Lab or .-movement j which some day proposes not only to jmake wealth but to take wealth. There can be no identity of inter- Union Label your hat band ests between buyers and sellers. And in shoes In your this is the relationship between em- clothes Union' tonsorial artist ployers and employees. has been made to j Org Kenny of the Brotherhood of the writer that local central bodies larpenters, with headquarters at invite local Ministerial associations Jdmonton, is doing good. work for to affiliate with the council and send shave you Union mixologist serve you? Or do you just merely hold a Union card H. C. Foley, of Edmonton, Alta., is a' member of the executive of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners. The place to settle union affairs is in the union rooms or workshop not in newspapers-or bar-rooms. Enthusiasm comes only from a be- lief that one's" efforts will hear fruit. The Proof of the Puddirtg Is in the Eating Likewise We can prove every statement we make regarding the Fruit Land in the Fraser River Valley. This truly combines a superb climate and a wonderfully productive soil. The through rates to Lethbridge for Fraser Valley produce are less than intermediate points and direct shipment This alone is an important factor, as we can ship without re-handling fruit The fruit grower knows what this means. For further particulars apply the If the workers receive a wage-in- crease of 15 per cent., and the cost of living rises 35 per cent, in the same period, how long will it take organized labor to solve the problem j before them within the limits of the system Winnipeg's Trades and Labor Coun- cil like Vancouver's and others' are fulfilling an educational function by holding mass-meetings and using ev- ery Labor speaker within range; no matter what the particular "asoply" or It is a good omen. Fort William and Port Arthur cen- tral bodies, are already squaring away for the big Congress meet next year. That the 1910 convention will be the banner labor his- tory-making assembly is a cinch. District 18 of the U. M. W. of A. should throw a diamond-hitch in the pack-train of working-class events such as these. AMERICANS MAY BE SHOT Bluefield, Nicaragua, Nov. raph wires to the interior are and. it is impossible to confirm here that President Zelaya has ordered tn reported execution, including .those of the Americans, Cannon and Grace The blockade at Grey town-remains effective and the rebels are strength- ening their positions continually. THE Farm Security Co. OPEN FOB BUSINESS IN THE Whitney Block Lethbridge Alberta j 'We will buy improved or, unimproved for and will sell to actual set- tlers who have the necessary outfit for farming on long time with a small cash payment. If you wish to add to your farm, write or come in and J. see us. farm Security CD. t I 1 1 n 1 1 T- i I- FRENCH ADOPT ENGLISH COURT METHODS Paris, Nov. the first time in a French assize court a trial was conducted today alter the Anglo- This was in fulfill- ment' of the wish of minister of jus- tice Barthou that certain reforms be instituted, including the doing away with, judges interrogating of the pris- oner. Deputy Moquillet introduced in the chamber of deputies today a bill providing that witnesses in court trials may have a lawyer present when they are examined. Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Phone 122 Co., Ltd. The "national" union movement amonR the miners has died aborning Attend the'last meeting of your un- ion Been finding fault ever since with what the fellow did who was present No of course not. But there arc such men even in the ranks of organized labor. If you wish to have a "chat with our practical'fruit orower call, -phone or write, and he will call on you o Your only safeguard against the un- fair labor conditions and against the disease breeding product of the sweat- shop-is in insisting on the union la- bel on every article you purchase. Whenever you purchase an article without the union label you arc help-1 8000 acres steam plow land in 4-13 and 5-12, immediately adjoin- ing a township shortly to be opened for homestead entry. We are owners. Our automobiles are at your service. IMPERIAL DEVELOPMENT CO., Ltd. Phone 350 Room 11 Southard Block -I I I I'M- -M'V'I I I H-l-M I I i-H-H-H-H T T I I T Ha- dissolved partnership with E. C. Ludtke, I have .aned possession of "the unsold portion of the TOWNS1TE OF BOW ISLAND and offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency -frv .T..I..I INVESTIGATE TUIP New 2 storey frame 10 roomed fully modern house on 3 lots sale at a bargain. Only 7 minutes' walk from Post Office Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Ltd. Successors to W. R. Dobbin Ground Floor Office: CIRST DOOR SOUTH OF BALMORAL HOTIt PHOME ;