Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
J 1'ida.v. No vembei' IS. 1010. THE lETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD We haveseveral good propositions, an farm lands which are .worthy of your consideration. Come in and let us tell you about them. We are-exclusive agents for FAIRMONT, the safest and most profitable investment m Lethbndge to-day. WORTH CONSIDERING LOT ON GLYN STREET. JAA ...914QQ ONE THIRD CASH-Balance arrang- ed to suit. F. C. Lowes Cfc Representing: North American Life Assurance Co., London Guarantee and Accident Co., Phoenix Co.; Ltd.. of London. -OFFICES LETHBRIDGE, High River, Nantoh, Jff SPECIALS lots, Block 1. North-Ward, on water, each, one-quarter casl.; balance three, six, nine and twelve months. "2 lots, Block 348, 5300 each, one-third cash; bal- ance six and twelve months. Jots. Blo-r-lx on water aad each; one-third cash, balance six and twelve rconins. 3 lots, on Glyn Street, (near. Court land) each; one-third cash, balance four a.nd eight months. ,3 23, facing; east, .near McDuff each- one-third cash, balance four and eight months. 7 roomed fully modern house, good location, cash balance in monthly payments. R. V. GIBBONS CO. Phone 1191 Ott Block GROW APPLES at W.EST KOOTENAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA and lire in comfort. .You can. live in an ideal climate, enjoy fina scenery, hunting und. fishing, and make more money oil an ORCH- ARD TRACT at FRUITVALE, than yon can on 160 acres of prairie APPLES, pears, plums, peaches, poultrv, AND GROW RICH.. Others are doing why not YOU.7 Splendid climate high winds and dust storms unknown. Proofs, plans, FRUITVALE Ward St., C. BY A SHRITJF e of the Against the Classes is Lead- ing the Countries Towards Devo- London, Nov. since the days- of Napoleon-has the .whole of Europe had such a seueral-shaking- up as it is going through, at the pres- ent time. a' single European country is t its. struggle of the masses the classes.1 In Turkey .this- struggle culminated some time ago in a revolution.. Another-.pne culminated more recently'in-a-revolution in Por- tugaJ. They are going to .keep on cul- minating from- time to time here th-re n-_j ..h ii-- "i-j-c swuii we ,s and the other place, until the revolu-fAnoMer-successful wiifviast another tftii or fifteen years arid, 'not at all likely, that it will last Revolution is, of "course, always in in Russia, mismanagement by- Me, revolutionists in-" discreet admission of a number of the agents the Muscovite-movement a pretty- serious' setback about a year ago. anct as.yet.it lias from it.' and .will soon be "stronger than ever. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Broken, Agent? Diamond City Townsite. Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond city, Aita. Jfi for The Alliance In- surance Co. The Dowsley McMillan Land Co. Real Estate; Loans and In- surance SHERLOCK BUILDING A. M. Dowsley J. B. Mtilhern Phone 544 handles fully modern cottage, Argyie Ave., on large lot; only terms. -handles new fully mod- ern 6 roomed cottage in nicest residential part of only Terms very easy. handles fully modern house three blocks from centre of city. Has' seven rooms, bath, fiir- nace, fire place, -etc.- The price is only ?3aOO. Pair lots Duff Addition, must be sold; at -once, only .each. These lots are close in and are ot least each below market price. 160 acres irrigated land 3 miles from centre of city. -Easy terras. 320 Acres Cash East 1-2 Sec. 11. Twp. 9. Range 14, S1S.50 per- acre; 5-1 .per acre cash, balance-to suit. .Close to school' house. rniles from town 'arid "elevator' and fine piece'of "land. 'Pine, .business, corner, Lon- don and Round street, 75 x 66 cash, balance to suit Good buys in Grassy .Lake" -v] fsland residential lots, close to the hotel in'both Remember you are buying diract from the owner. W. J. Wflliams P. 0. Box 374 Phone 1059 uonists have' been the rounds of Eur- ope. It doesn't particularly follow tnat any'particular country will get off with a single revolution. If the reactionary element ..gets into control again after the first, one, a fresh struggle will culminate in a secon'd revolution. This will go, pn until the people's condition is a great deal better than it is-at pres- ent, all' over Europe- The .struggle's and tlie. revolutions are bound to be attended with, a .great, deal of suffer- ing, but tneir--ultimate result will. 05 improvement. TurKey has. already nad its revolu- tion. .So has Portugal. Spain'1 will proOably come next. It will certainly have -a -revolution' .very. soon. Then Spain.ian'i. Portugal, are "sure to join lorcss- under a federal govern-.. republic. Italy, has' not been much _ talked about of late as a revolutionary centre, but'there lias" been a strong revolu- tionary movement 'there, for all' that. The success of. the Portuguese revolu- tion'has strengtirened it. The -'outlook- for the monarchy is very critical iff] Italy just now. .A revolution in Spain will inevitably, mean one in Italy very soon afterward. Graft Corrupts France LOTS IN KIPP TOWNSITE Price 1-3 cash; 1-3 May 1, 1911; and balance May 1, 1912. Skeitb Tillcy AGENTS Grass 'knee yielded 40 bu- shels-; to 'the acre this year in Townsliip. We selling on terms never dupli- cated in this country. Look this up.. FARM-SECURITY CO. Whitney Blk. Lethbridcc COAL, MINE We have for sale cheap or will lease to a practical miner a. coal mine near the This mine is fully opened out and fully equipped. Seven foot seam, best of coal. A snap for right party, F. J. GUMMING C-o Farm Security Co. Whitney Block Lethbridgc The .railroad strike in France-shoW- ed everyone how uncertain is1' tire ten-, ure of.the present government there, inasmuch as it is a-republic-it seenis to be the popular idea outside its Iron- tiers that .France is a "free country." AS a matter of it is nothing, of the 'kind. It. is ruled by a small group of politicians who handle it as arbitrarily and despotically as' any absolute monarchy could. Their rule is not only oppressive but cor- rupt.' The government of France is not as bad as Spain's, but it bad en- ougii. And indications are multiply- or so in Europe will certainly stimulate it at oncer" Austria-Hungary, practically" alone among the. great powers, is -compara- tively, quiet for: tlie itime. The weak- ness of Austria-Jiimgarian .radicalism inability advocates tc pull The -score or so of different Josef rules .are -too busy .lighting among them-' selves to make an-effective hid for a i'reer can hardlv be any great huniber of popular up- risings in the .neighboring countries; nowever, witnoW "u'itimately producing an effect in; Austria-Hungary, -in the end. Franz. Josefs-people may pretty safely ,.be counted upon to get into lino with. the. rest of Europe and to strike an energetic, blow for liberty and-progressl''- Tiiat aii eye on opean'diplomat for a moment doubts a- it cares them, but for a ques- tainty oi' the comparatively near fu- ture. It was very near a lew montbs, ago. Then Germany became alarmed' lest it fall under Russian influence and upset the negpliations. It cannot prevent their resumption, however.' and although there is: friction among! tns various just a re-' suit' of German are sure "to be resumed soon. Of course, Turkey is the most -powerful, of the countries be included in the lederation.. Germany .accomplished its purpose'