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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'A. I Monday. November 1012. THE LETHBRIDGE A Nice Home Flvo roomed modern cottusro, just 50 foot lot. casli, balance like rent. .t Two oornfT lots ou water, sower an dliglit, close to now scliool, mluu for jmlr; one-third cash, balance 3 and li mouthy. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 NORTH LETHBRIDGE To Exchange for Farm Land A bediilifiil ion acre irrigated tract, iu the Spokane Valley near Pofit, Falls, Idaho. Five jicro hearing orchard; good seven room house, good barn and oiil-buildhigs complete. One mile to Eighth Grade School. Oood ideal home place. Bo you want It? Firm Linde O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Firms Leant Fire Insurance 5, room, 2 storey J cas. Five roomed, fully HI car Hue, Money to Loan HOMES >n i !-2 lots, uear Gulbralth School- to monthly. tottag'o, on one lot, half biuck from .co Iu five'-years. best wheat in the DESCRIBED CONDITIONS IN BRITAIN'S INDIAN COLONY Rev. Dr. King Says India Has Improved Under Morley's Reforms The C. B. oowman Agency VOADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1311. OLSON DA VIES Mr. Olson was lately trading under the name qKHarris Olson. Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Room Four, Begin Block P. 0. Box 646 PHONE 1647 Lethbrldga Two choice lots on lane facing east on 18th Si. 80 LI Hi, in -BJock L. Price ..eaeli; terms ca.sli, 1m In lice fi'iiiul 1'2 -liitm-ths, ui, 8 per cent. Loan's, In'Hiirancc and Bcal Estate Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Offlee St. S. Phone 1214 Altn., Nov. O. Harrison, a member of the hoard of city announced to- day thatilie municipality will expend j'pproximatelr for street railway const motion, rolling stocle and oriwpiTiem and sub-stations in Edmonton the coming year. This is exclusive of (he'extensions to St. Al- bcrL and Calder, and betterments of tho pl'CSiMli Svsh'lll. which is ny.-n.-il and operated by oily. The .mini-1 duality is arranging to install "t! white way'-' lighting system In Ja per, and Namayo avenues ar Ftrsi. street, each block being jirovi three standards of special d tjign. The city a-ncl tbe property owi era in the thoroughfares will probab! sliiire cost of the fixtures, insla operation and .maintenance Tlip ornamental standards, each o which costs between and ;tli) be set three hundred feat apart. SMOTHERED IN ELEVATOR Montreal, xov. Br.vne was Robert, Hamilto, badly injured while trimming graii last nislu. Bryue was swallowed u. cr. srr.In Hamilton triei to get him out. OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST TO BUILD OR BUY HOUSES _gj TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES JJ TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE I We GUARANTEE the time when your in- debtedness will be paid off Kdmomon, Nov. am not say ing how far I. lUink HHiain should forgot sue is a Christian nation." said Rev. li. A. King. D.D.. who lius juBi come from Indore, Indja, to Edmon ion as iirofcssor at Robertson Pres bylcrian Theological college, "as 1115 own opinions would probably of the realm of practical jiolitk'B. Ou the other hand, the spirit of Glad- stone is not dead. The non-co-nform- ists, who stood behind him In the pro-ItelJenic movement, are tile main supporters of the present British gov- ernment. Thej" would gladly see the Turk bundled out of Europe." Discussing political conditions in ndia, where he spent nine years as professor at Indore college and as in philosophy in the Uni- versity of Allahabad, and their rela- tion to the struggle between the .Christians of the Balkan states and the Mohammedans, Dr. King said tire agitation In India, if not satisfied has been silenced. Continuing, lie said: "The measure of self-govcrnmen given by Lord Morley's act has a least silenced the agitator and he will have to show..that he can use 'what he has before he can demand more. At the same time the mosi erroneous ideas were current in west as to ihe extent of self-govern niont in India even before Morley's legislation. 'All the inferior positions under tbe government are in the hands of Indians. Of the' better positions 90 per cent those carrying salaries of 1000 rupees and upward are occupied jy Indians. There was, however, .al- ways an official majority iu the coun- cils and the Indian's complaint was that he was always in a perpetual opposition. This led to Irresponsible criticism. The opposition is now call, ed upon.to fulfill their suggestions ils 0 what ought lo bo done. Under the recent act the non-oflicial members are in tbe majority." 1 Universal Franchise impossible Referring to the extent of the fran- chise, Dr. King said that an extensive franchise is impossible among a peo- ple of 'whom 95' per cent, are illiterate, out the various communities, relig- ious, commercial and educational, elect representatives. These, if they combined, could outvote the official members. lie added (illicitly, "there is not. .much likelihood of the .Moham- medan combining with the Hindu for example.. That, is their own fault and not the fault of the government. At any rate a vast amount of thei unrest which made for so much a xiety a years ago, has now appeared." Asked if the conitict in the Ualka states is a matter of interest to I (ila, Dr. King said it means much the educated .Mohammedans, addin "The Pan-Islamic mpvement is 01 In which the Indian -Mohammeda leaders are actively concerned thong their leaders are far removed in the thoughts from 'the crude conceptio of their prophet. Their college Allgarh is really a rationalistic cent Still the misfortunes of the Turk a blow to the cause of the crescen They hold the Balkan states and an other states that may help them i no great favor." 'Will this affect the altitude o Britain towards the "It certainly has affected Britain policy in the .near east in the pas and not unnaturally. Britain ha more (Mohammedans in the India empire than" there- are elsewhere i he world.' They make up a fifth o tho population, hut they are differeu from (he wild Hindu. They have no Forgotten that before the British re ?ime they, wore masters of India However, tbey are outspoken in the protestations of loyalty to Britain. if any action inimical t their cb-religioriists is going to be re sented by such a section of the In dian community, Is it not only natur al that Britain should consider wel such "What do you think will be the at tittide of Britain if the Turk has tt abandon "I don't replied Dr. King "I have tried to, tell you what the in fluence of Indian feeling would be Whether ft would outweigh other con sideratlons J am not politician eiiougli to forecast." Speaking of the visit of King George and Queen Mary to India, Dr. King said it was a marked success from beginning to end. "Whatever one may think of the partition of Bengal or of the change of the capital from Calcutta to he added, "it was a stroke of policy that appealed to the Indian mind. "There was a king, indeed, who, by mere proclamation, could change a province. Indian ,knew nothing about 'the long correspond- ence between the viceroy and the secretary of state, and cared less. Personal government is what the In- dian knows and likes. 'The king did the Indian thought, 'Long live Ihe King.' "But it was an anxious time, mos of the officials breathed easier whei. at last the royal party was safelj etnbarked at Bombay, and on the way home. In a land of fanatics one never knows what may happen. Ac cording to a report of one in close touch 'with the royal household Queen Mary had many forebodings, .but the tour passed off without a hitch." TWO IMPORTANT CONFERENCES TO BE HELD BY ALBERTA METHOCIST CONFERENCE NATURAL GAS CONNECTIONS! HOCHELAGA WILL RETURN MIN- ARE BEING MADE ALTO- GETHER TOO SLOW Maclcod, Xov. much dis- atisfaction is hrard on all sides of lie unbusinesslike methods which arc cing carried ou by those, who claim o be -working for the Gas company. t is now six weeks since tho connec- ons were made with flic mains, and ily three buildings arc burning gas oday. I iousekeepers complain that cw men came every day, did a little ork, and the following day others ould come and take it all down, ach new man thai he is the -pert foreman, but tin1 only expert- displayed tyt far is llieir smart Hi and delaying Hit1 work. They amp in and out oi tlu> houses, leave, telephone orders lo have lircs out the range or furnace1, anil have it ;idy at :i. certain hour, but the men not keep their promise, nor tlo they scud .my WOIM why they arc not on hand. During this week several -.vrrc -.vitimut tire iu their iur- uacc or stoves, because these would- be bosses a.iiu-ii them to have it so. it is quite evident that the company wiii have to send nu'ii who will at- tend (o their business, or the Gas Co. will have very little lo attend to. ISTER BUT NATIONALIST CAUSE WILL YET TRIUMPH Calgary, Nov. important gatherings are to be held this month under the auspices of the Alberta .Methodist Conference to be known as "Spiritual Conferences." The first will be held iu Calgary Nov. 20-22 and Hie second at Edmonton, Nov. 26-28. The program will he the same at both conferences, as follows: Rev. T. p. Perry, Lethbridge, pre- sident of of all sessions. Nov. 20th, 8 P.M. Devotional exercises, chairman. Address, "Parental Responsihilitj and the Strategic Value of the Child Rev. J. E. Hughson, B.A. Offering. Address, "Should Smith go to Church? The Church and the City Dr. O. W. Kerby. Thursday, Nov. 21st, A.M. devotional exercises, subject, 'The Cross and Rev. J. p. Berry, B.A. 9.30-10, "Needs and Difficulties of Jhrlstiau Work in Rural Coinmuni- Rev. Thos. Powell. 10-11, discussion, led' by Rev. J. M. Harrison and W. G. Hunt. 11-11.30, "Pastoral Rev. S. 13. Marshall, B.D. 11.30-12.30, discussion, led by .Revs. B. Argue and J. H. Johnston, B.D. Thursday, Nov. 21st, P.M. 2-2.30, devotional exercises, subject The Cross and Rev J p' erry, B.A. 2.30-3, "The Problems of Youth and le Duty of the Church Regarding Rev. c. H. Huestis, M.A. 3-4, discussion, led by -Rev. Dr 'ilson and Dr. A. M. Scott. 4-4.30, "The Preacher's Duties, Dan. ;re, Rev. Dr J H ddell. discussion, led toy Rev. M. Wright and Mr. Jos. Stenson. Thursday, Nov. 21, 8 P.M. Devotional exercises, chairman. Address. "The Present Need and e Way Out." Rev. Dr. S. D. Chown. Friday, Nov. 22nd, A.M. 9-9.30, Devotional exercises, subject "The Cross and Rev. J. p Berry, B.A. 3.30-10, "The Supreme Necessity of the Consciousness of God's Presence in the Church for Effective Rev. Arthur Barher. 10-11, discussion, led by Revs. AS. Tultle M.A. 'and E. S. Bishop. 11-11.30, "How Shall we Present the Word of God that it may be Ef- fective in the Lives of .Men Rev. C. E. Bland, B.D. 11.30-12.30, discussion, led by Rev. Hollingsworth and Mr. J. Speakman. toother Satisfied Purchaser OF Dominion Square V Made in one month READ High Elver, ..Nov. 4th., 1912. This is to certify that I purchased Imlf a block, of DOillNTOX SQUARE from Mitv lord Co., one month ago, and today they Iiavo resold two lots at a profit of A. J. CLAYTON. 'Witness my hand this utji day of Xov 1912 A. A. Mitford Company A Snap Three-.roomed., cottage, connected-with water and sewer on Car Mne' "ear- "r barns' Prl" L. S. Ripley Company Office: Macdonald Block. PHONE 1034 Notice to Medicine Hat Property Owners If you wish to sell your Jots in our city, send in your listings before the winter quiet sets in.. Put a fair market value on them and we can sell. T. F. Dawson Co. MEDICINE HAT BIG DOCKET FOR II Office opening evenings. Write, phone or call. International Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 1507 I Ihc soulli and west arc looking over this district, for slocli-fanns and leas- es, with a view lo' scttliliB here. Horses are wh.it they waul, and they arc right they say Southern Al'- hcrla is the I'est country in the world. The cul tlemrii seem lo he satislicd thai have been able lo place lipforp Hi.-: government their views. HiriHigli a commission, which materially assist the. stock- men in having all their grievances settled. Montreal, Nov. 18. Mr. Armand Lave'rgnc, M. I.. A., for Montmagny, who has delivered a number of spcecii- cs in Hoehelaga, and who is able to size, up the sentiment of the people, admitted at the Windsor yesterday evening, that Mr. Doyen would be de- feated ou Tuesday, but he clainied the i cause would triumph iu the end'. I Being asked if his claim that ihe i French-Canadian ministers should re- sign as a protest agaiast Premier Borden's naval policy would not jus- tify the prime minister iu appointing li'nglish-spraking representatives in their places, Mr. I.avergne at once answered iu the Speaking at his me.ctings. Mr. I.avcrgne said he had received a iettei from Hon. Mr. Monk, saying Hint as his name had mixed up in the fight in 1-locli- e'aga, he wished to repudiate tho statement that lie had ever expressed a desire that Hon. I.ouis Coderre should lie elected by acclamation. ,'rhal he was opposed fo any contri- I billion to (.In- naval funds nf the mn- I pirc without first consulting the peo- j pie, and lastly that he thought there nniinig a test oi public.opinion in Ihc conslituencj LARGE NUMBER OF APPEAL CASES SET DOWN AND NUM- BER DEBT ACTIONS The list of cases for the sittings of the District Court tomorrow Is as follows: Large Debt Kessler vs Smith; S. Ball for plaintiff; Palmer .t Lewis for de- fondant. Paul vs Schwartz: Shepherd Bunion for plaintiff: Johnstons Ritchie for defendant. Canadian Bank of Commerce Ryer et al; Shepherd Dunlop foi plaintiff; Palmer Lewis for defend ant. Kahovie vs Anofitcino; VaInter Lewis for plaintiff: W. V. Poapst for defendant. Van Nest vs Barber; V. Poapst for defendant; Palmer Lewis for defendant. Small Dclii Sterling Refining Co. vs Manna: Below The Market 4 lots in Block 129, at each: terms 3 lots' in. Block L, at each; terms. A. V. GIBBONS PHONE 1425 Room "D" Balmoral Block Phone 1412 P. 0. Box 531 J. Harris REAL ESTATE and "INSURANCE' Steamship Agents C. P. K. Labor Agents and General Employ- ment-Agency Room 3 Begin Blk. LETHBRIDGE I beg to inform tho public that I have dissolved, partnership with Mr. A: Olson, and will in future carry on a real estate. In- surance, and genera! employ ment agency business at .T. Hap ris Co. (Signed) J. HARRIS. tiff: Conybeare Co. for defendan Pinhorn vs Thael; Shepherd A Dunlop for plaintiff; defendant ji person. Losey vs Miller; Shepherd Dm. lop for plaintiff; defendant in per son. Appeals Phillips, Smith, Upton, Chrislopher Bildach, Baker, Murray, McMillan, Huther, Koonan, King, [lively, Rob- inson Anderson and Molfatt vs Brown; Palmer ,t Lewis for plain- tiff: W. S. Hall for defendant in nil these eases. Workmen's Compensation Bisnotti vs The Diamond Coal Co.; Palmer ,t Lewis for plaintiff; John- stone H Ritchie for defendant. WILL WHITNEY ADOPT THEM M. ForlkT was elected president of the Dominion Coiiimerclnl Travol- It-rs' AsKooiaUtvw .n -Monlreal. Toronto, N'ov. report of iho commission having under con- sideration revision of [ho Insur- ance ads and compeiiHalion.s lo working men have clauses which will give I In- working man conipcnun- lion for injury without recourse to Hie law courts. The. liability Of Iho insurance companies Is to ho mado plain. Those clauses nro strongly rec-ommnnded to the government for adoption Shepherd K. Dunlop for plaintiff; de. fondant in person. nonunion Meat Co. vs Reid: John sloiic Ritchie for plaintiff; defend ant In person. International Harvester Company vs Bowman: Shepherd Dunlop foi plaintiff: Johiistoiio Ritchie tat do. fondant. Pioneer Lumber Co. vs Jones; plaintiff in person; Palmer S-. I.e'wis for defendant. Tlglio vs Jnrgcnaon; Palmer ami Lewis for Conybcnrc ,t Co. for defendant. Pioneer Lumber Co. vs Rudd; plain, liff Iu person; A. U. HOBK for defend. New Barnes Coal Co. vs Kcoti et al; McKcnzIo R Munzies for plain- FORMER GOVERNOR DEAD Lermont, Iowa, Nov. Governor William Lavrabec of this state at his hrra-.c nonr For years he had been prominently be- fore the people of the stale and has had much to do in mouliHui. lonlns the affairs of the common- wealth. For IS years he served as senator and his splendid ability was recognized as most of that period he was chairman of the ways and means committee. UNPRECEDENTED OFFER 1C Lots In North Lothbridse, centrally located No cash required. Bankable note, accept- ed. J. R. REVILL Room 4, Kirkham Block. Phones 1018. SEND IT ALONG London, Nov. a weekly financial review, today pub- ilslies verbatim tun address of I1'. Taylor, London maunsiT of tht! Dank of .Montreal, lo the Royal Colonial Institute, ou Canadian nuance. The Statist remarks editorially that Can- adiaus will havo no dllilculty in gel- ling from British investors all the cnpllal they can usefully employ. Look These Over Two good building Avenue South. i jail- Two lots Otli Street, nonrjTth Sontli. pair HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN Rewanl offered for informa- tion leading to the conviction of destroying our signs. The Dowsley Land Co, Sherlock Bldg. 7th St. ;