Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
I Monday. November ISHi, 1012. HE KTHBBrDGE DAILY HERALD' A Nice Home Five roomed modern 'cottUKe, just uOw, on SO foot Jot. cash, balunco like rent. Two covnor lots on water, sower an dliglit, close to now sctiooi, prico ?4GU for one-third cash, balance 3 and U mouths. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 536 NORTH LETHBRIDGE To Exchange for Farm Land A beautiful ton acre irrigated tract, iu the Spokane Valley near Post., Kalis. Idaho. J-'ive acre bearing orchard; good seven room house, good barn and oiit-buildinss complete. One mile to Kightli Grade School. Good idea! home place. Do you waut }t? Farm O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Firmi Loans Fire Insurance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 5 room, 2 slorey house, on 1-2 lots, near Galbraith ?75.00 cash. 525.00 monthly. Fire roomed, fully modern cottage, ou one lot, half block from car Hue, cash, balance lu five'-years. The C. B. Bowman Agency at i DESCRIBED CONDITIONS IN BRITAIN'S INDIAN COLONY Rev. Dr. King Says India Has Improved Under Morley's Reforms ACADIA BLOCK. .PHONE 13H. OLSONS DA VIES Mr. Olson was lately trading under the name qf .Harris Otson.' Real Estate and Insurance Brokers Room Four, Begin Block P. 0. Box 646 PHONE 1647 Lethbridge Two choice lots on Iauc facing east-oil 18th Si. South, in .Block L. Price S450.00 each; terms cash, halnii.co G-nnd.12 at 8 per cent. Loans, Insurance and Boal Estate Alberta Loan and Investment Co. Office Plionc 1214 Ednionlon, Alia.. Nov. Harrison, a int'tnher of the board of city commissioners, anuounct'd to- day that-t lie mnnici.pality will expend approximalely for street railway construction, rolling stock and equipment and sub-stations in Ednionlon the coming year. This Is exclusive of "the 'extensions to St. Al- bert ami Caldcr, and belterments of the present systom. which is owned and operated by the city. The nitinl- duality is arranging to 'install "Ui while lighting system in .la per. Whyte and Nanmyo avenues an First street, each block being jtrovid erf with three standards of special d sign. The city and the property owi pra in the thoroughfares will probabl share'the cost of (he instill Gallon, operation and .maintenance The ornamental standards, each which costs between and 300 ivill be set three hundred feel apart, SMOTHERED IN ELEVATOR Montreal, Nov. Bryno was smothered, and Robert Hfimilto; badly injured- while trimming graii last nishi. Bryne WHS swallowed uj by IOT13 of grain and Hamilton tried to get him out. OR HIGH RATES OF INTEREST TO DUILD OR BUY HOUSES TO PAY OFF MORTGAGES TO IMPROVE REAL ESTATE We GUARANTEE the time when your in- debtedness will be paid off Office opening evenings. Write, phone or call. Internationa! Home Purchasing Contract Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE OFFICE: Suite 1 Dominion Block Phone 1507 Edmonton. Nov. am not say tug how far I think Britain shotih forget- she Christian said Uev. K. A. King, D.0., who has just conic from Indore, India, to Ednion Ion as professor at Robertson Pres Theological college, "as in; own opinions would probably of tho realm of practical pjjlitkrs. On Hie other hand, the spirit of Glad stone is not dead. The non-conform- ists, who stood behind him In the pro-Hellenic moyenjent, are the main supporters of the present British gov- ernment. They would gladly see the Turk bundled out of Europe." Discussing 'political conditions In where he spent nine years as irot'essor at Indore college and as in philosophy in th'e Uni- versity of Allahabad, and their rela- tion to the struggle between the .Christians of the Balkan states anil the Mohammedans, Dr. King said tint tiie agitation in India, if not satisfied hns been silenced. Continuing he said: "The measure, of E elf-govern men given by Lord act has a least silenced the agitator and IIL will have to show, that he can use "what he has beforp ho can demand more. At the same time the most erroneous ideas were current in the west as to the extent of self-govern ment in India, even before Morley's legislation. "All the inferior positions under the government are in the of Indians." Of the' better positions 90 percent of those carrying salaries of 1000 rupees and upward arc occupied by Indians. There was, however, al- ways an official majority in the couii- oils 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 fulfil] their suggestions as o what ought to he done. Under the recent act the non-official members are in the majority." 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 per cent, are illiterate, the various communities, relig- commercial and educational, elect representatives. These, if they combined, could outvote the official members. he 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 the! unrest which made for so much n xieiy a tew years ago, has now d appeared." Asked if the conflict in the Ualka states is a matter of interim to 1 ilia, Dr. King said it means much the educated .Mohammedans, adding "The Pan-Islamic movement is 01 In which l lie Indian -Mob a mined a .leaders-arc actively concerned thong their leaders are far removed in the thoughts from 'the crude conceptio of their prophet. Their college a Aligarh is .really a rationalistic centi Still the misfortunes of the Turk a blow to the cause of the creaccu They hold the Balkan states and an other states that may help them i no great 'Witl 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 j- Ihe world.' They make up a fifth o Ihe population, but they are differen rrom the wild Hindu. They have no Forgotten that -before the British re jime they, wore masters of India However, ibey are outspoken in thei protestations of loyalty to Britain. if any action inimical t their co-religionists is going to be re sented by such a section of the In dian community, is it not only uatur al that Britain should consider we such "What do you think will be the at titude of Britain if the Turk'has tby Rev. M. Wright and Mr. Jos, Stenson. Thursday, Nov. 21, 8 P.M. Devotional exercises, chairman. Address. "The Present Need and e Way Rev. Dr. S. D. Chown. Friday, Nov. 22nd, A.M. 9-9.30, Devotional exercises, subjecl "The Cross and Rev j" p Berry, B.A. 9.30-10, "The Supremo Necessity of tire Consciousness of God's Presence in the Church for Effective Rev. Arthur Barher. 10-11. discussion, led by Revs. A.S. Tuttle M.A. and E. S. Bishop. 11-11.30, "How Shall we Present the Word of God that it may lie Ef- fective in the Lives of ,JIen Rev. C. E. Bland, B.D. 11.30-12.30, discussion, led by Rev. Ilollingsworth and ilr. J. Speakman. Dominion Square Made in one month READ High River, ,Nov. 4th., 1912. This is f.o ecrlil'y that I purchased half a SQUARE from Mit- Jord Co., ono month ago, and today they have resold two lots at' a profit to'me o'f J. CLAYTON. Witness my-hand this 5iji day of Xov. 1912. A. A. J3ALLACIIEY. Mitford Company A Snap i ?hr" cottage, connected with water and sewer on .1 car c" Price terms. L. S. Ripley Company Office: Macdonald Block. PHONE 1034 Notice to Medicine Hat Property Owners U you wiah to sell your Jots in our city, gend 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 Phone 1412 P. 0. Box- SSI BIG DOCKET THE LARGE NUMBER OF APPEAL CASES SET DOWN AND NUM BER DEBT ACTIONS WILL WHITNEY ADOPT THEM .M. Korlin: was elected l-residenl of the Dominion Commercial Travel- lers' Asson.-iUuH Hi .Monlrral. Toronto, ,N'ov. report of Ihe commission having under eon- slderation revision of Ihe Insnr- ance ads and romprasalions lo wm-kinj; men have clauses which will Rive MIC working man compensa- llon for injury without recourse to Ihe law coin-in. The liability of the insurance comnanies is to bo made plain. These clauses lire slrongly recommended to Hie government for adoption The list of cases for the sittings of the District Court tomorrow is as follows: Large Debt Kessler vs Smith; S. Bnii for plaintiff; Palmer Lewis for de- fendant. Paul vs Schwnrtx; Shepherd Dunlop for plaintiff; .Johnstons A Ritchie for defendant, Canadian Dank of Commerce Byer et nl; Shepherd .t Diuilop foi pl.iiiHfff; Palmer Lewis for defend an I. Uahovlc vs Aiiofucino; Palmer Lewis for phtintilT; V. I'oapst foi defendant. Vnn Nest vs Barber; W. V. Poapst for defendant; Palmer Lewis for defendant, Small Debt Sterling Refining Co. vs Manna: Shepherd Uiinlop for plaintiff; de fondant in person. Dominion Moat Co. vs Held: John stono Ritchie for plaintiff; defend ant hi person. International Company vs Uowinnn: Shophr-rd Dunlop foi plaintiff; Ritchie for dc. fend nut. loueer C'o, vs .Tones; ilaintiff in person; Palmer Le'wis "or ricfondant. Tlghe va Jorfienson: Palmor and Lewis for plaintiff: Conyhoarc .t for dcfuiuliint. IMoncor Lumber Co. vs liudd; iff in person: A. H. MORK for dofond- nit. Nftw names C'oal Co. vs of fil; SIrKcnzio .Manxes for plnin-i Below The Market 4 lots in Block 129, at each: terms 3 lots in .Block L, at 1420 each; terms. A. V. GIBBONS PHONE 1425 Room "D" Balmoral Block J. Harris PvEAL ESTATE anil INSURANCE Steamship Ag-cnts C. P. K. Labor Agents and General Employ- ment-Agency Room 3 Begin Blk. LETHBRIDGE I beg to inform the inihlic that I hkvo dissolved. partnerahiii with Mr. Olson, and will in future curry on n real estate, in- surance, and general ment agency business at J. Har- ris Co. (Signed) J. HARRIS. tiff; Con.vbeare Co. for detemlan Pinhorn vs Thael; Shepherd Dunlop for plaintiff; defendant i person. Jxisey vs llllier; Shepherd Dun lop for plaintiff; defendant In per son. Appeals Phillips. Smith, Upton, Christopher Rildacli, nakcr, Murray, McMillan linther, Noonau, King, Hlvcly. Hob inson Anderson and Mortal t vs Brown; p.-ilmur Lewis for plain- ilff; W. S. Uall for defendant in all these rases. Workmen's Compensation Dlgnotti vs Tho Diamond Coai Co.; Palmer K bowls for plaintiff; john- stono it Ritchie for defendant. FORMER GOVERNOR DEAD Lerraont, Iowa, N'ov. Governor William LarrahCe of this state died at his home near here. For years he had been prominently be- fore the people of lire state and has bad much to do in moulding and fash- ionlng the affairs' of the common- wealth. For IS years he. served as soiutor and his splendid ability recognized as most of that period lie was chairman of the ways and means commiltep. UNPRECEDENTED OFFER 10 Lots la North Lothbn-idge, centrally located No cash required. Bankable ed. J. R. REVILL 4 Room 4, Kirkham Block. Phones 1018. SEND IT ALONG London, Nov. Slatist, weekly financial review, today pub- lishes vtriiiilim the address of I1'. Taylor, Londmi mannRor of Hank of .Monlrcnl, lo the lloynl Colonial Inslitute, on Canadian finance. The vStatiHt rent.'irlts editorially that Cnn. mllans will have no didlcnlty in gel- ting from British investors all the capital Uiey run usefully employ. Look These Over good building Avciiuo South. JjilSOOpair Two lots fltli Slrorf, ncnri7th Ave, South. HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN Rcv.-itrd offered for informa- tion leading to tho conviction of parties destroying our signs. The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg-. 7th St.