Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
C. p. R. to construct branch lines that will strike Lethbridge. j^OW IS TH� MOMENT Lr'^*^'''"f^eirr^rr?t^^^ want to make a Wg turn- over on your investment. FIVE OMFv-AfiPF f .OTS south-east end of the city, within a half mile of Central school, r 1 V Ilr \/l^ILr JW^RLj LiXJ 1 O WE C5UARANTEE TEN LOTS, at least, in each acre, all fronting on 100-foot streets. Single lots in immediate neighborhood are selling at $125 per 25-foot lot. Our price for these acre lots is $500 each EASY TERMS. For further particulars, apply to THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. GOSSIP By the ON THE SIDE Tattler Xo philologist will over trace the origin of nuiny grotesqiie exprcH -sions, not fathom how they wore levcr made suscefJtibie of expressing an idea. "Skiduo" is modem cx- ample that is just us expressu'e us '�et out," but, where it camo from and who w�re tin uponsurs vs not cl��r, to say nothing of its develop-, ment into a full-roiwded word. 1 ol-iQwftig is a partial list of other phrasen and words that faavo the same meaning but lacic the pres^^nt novelty and force of "skidoo." d him among the greatest ijKologl.'jt.s nor, of Harvard. Entering rlu^ fivi^ii- The ability to pass successfully iIil-man class of Tufts at this ago. \ oun.; i i ii can. 'ihv glad AnLi-.Saloon League gives a welcome to the cry for "'co-ip- The C.P.n. had that comi'.nnation haKV�e And smoking car as the sole accommodation for passengers be tween bsre and Macleod one mom.ng last week. A young lady had to make the trip along with a scone or more of men, ^who filled the car with smoke and made the trip even more uncomfortable than it was des'tinjd to be in such a sai^ine box of a comparttncnt. A C.P.R. flrst-cUss ticket nuiy mean anv old kind of a passage, box car, smoking car, oag-gago car, anything as long as mon,>y is made and profits piled up for '.lie I shareholders. But things will change when comfietition conies. He is to make the study of philss-| ophy his specfialty." The I'hiladol -phia Zjadgcr speaks editorially of him and of other philosophers uho A leliahlo medicine and >ne should always be kept in I lie i for immediate use is Chainl .'i' showed remarkable precoc^ity: [Cough Keraedy. It will pr-jvent thai li linn He was prepared to enter Harvard i a^^^a^k f f given as soon us t lie c when ha was tm years old. but was ihoarse, or even .aft-r r.,.-lcroupy cough appears. For .s.iln all druggists. --- During the last two weeks Ontaiio lost fwo Senators, ons n TjMwral. Hon. Wm. Kerr, K.C , of Oobouri''. and the other, a OonwHrvativo, Hvn A. Vidal of Sam in. Thev w>Hrocli>nn nwn, strontr in fhsir conviptiVns nT* loyal to printtples. Senator Vida' PHONE 179 whou von lu'i'il a CAB To f9> to the station or bring frienjdi to your home. Tn our news colunws Inst wt!ck we exposed n couple of dead betits, vho wore gulling business men niid I'lh-ers, tinder the protenco t-hnt th�jywuro l.n the real estate business. Wo were jumpeti on with nainy feet by soiw of, our real estate friends. Ijccausc the^' claimed the criticism applied to all t>H3 real estate dealers in the city. We made it very plain that our reference was to one or two young fellows" and for the life tf I us wo canno't seo why the old li'l -low.s are kicking. Now as a niatlcr of fact the persons wo had reference ' to wore mere kids, at least Ihay ait like it, and the best treatinont that ! could be metc' effort to keep their branch of 1 Ihn society in the forefront. There ai-o already live aeries organized in the province, and it is expcct-etl that D.d.'ibury and Olds will bo addofl very shortly. Their interest is Ijeing fosteretl by the Calgary members. The Alberta towns and ciUles I "'ho already have aeries ai* Calgar.v which is the oldest, lodge in the jirovincc, Coleman, Lethbridge, Mitc-Itfod and Edmonton. The ambition of tho .\l1jcrta meni- uration" now being voiced by the gi-eat masii of Prohibitionists, and believes it .s time for every en'-^'oy in the front of the battle r.ow waging. It deplores thifreforo all the more, and every elTort that tends i,n make factions of the Temi>erance forces. If the few brethren-and papers who are not willing to accept Local Option, pending ths time of larger possibifities,-would only be w.lling not to tjuos'tion the n�otivcs of thosj who iKjIievo �n flghtingup to the I'ini-it of pres�it-day possibilities, it will help immensely in the present con -flict.-The Keystone Citizen. ... , '"�''s of the order is to have a prov. Humstancos which may como rather | ,gra,u i,dge. As the.* aiv on- ly live lodges rwiuii-cd to hold a CARTING ALSO DONE. BAKERY, Next door to Schweitzer's IIFJDPATH OTRKET. I believe 'it is a newspapers duty tn "sliow up" th�se dead bc-uts in order that merchant* and othontnniy bo warned that there Is "vcmimi" or this sort in the city, just waltin'g fi.r the 'chanoo to get Komcthing, for nothing. They ni-o merely vagrants and should bo dealt with as such. The opening of Tufts CoHoko chis fall brings >nto tatao ole^'en-y-^ar late in l.fe. Knnt, the famous Uurnian philos -opher, asserted by some of his admirers to have been the greatcstsiucu Aristotle displayed unntistukaliiu ficient'ific proclivities in extreme .voulh. Ho always was oi-thinker. David Hume wrote profoundly nn phllosopWiC subjects bcfuiv ho vv.is twenty-five. His genius in its (ir.si manlfestatfons was ho eccentric thai his mother thought he was weak -minded. John Stuart Mill was ;l! -nuirkably precocious as a boy, and his precocity viut gi^tly Klimulate'I by his father, James Hill, who educated his son at home, .\mong the famous piAloHophers not collegc-bi'L^l was Herbert 8|JCncer. Ho, too, :it an cxtroiuely early ago showed a strong inclination toward natural science, and in hoyhowl began to charter, with the new aerios wnich are to bo organized in the near fut-ui\i, it looks us though Alberta will have the ne.vt grand lodg"? to bo or-ganizea liy this oi'dor. LOCAL OI'TIOX SO COMPTIOMISE. (Coivtril)ulo(i by W.C.T.IJ.) SIR WILFIUDS STATEMENT. In the House of Conunons Sir Wilfrid referred to the Opposition leader's chai-ge that ho had tried to dictate to the lieutenant-governor of Saskatchewan as to whom he should call to his council. Ho had done nothing of the kind. Sir Wilfrid went on to say that he was at firsiH in favor of Mr. Haultain bt'.ng either IJrem.or of Alberta or of Saskatch -' ownn, but on account of Mr. Haul -tain's determined opi)os>ition to th-i autonomy bill and his iHirtisan conduct during the controversy, the premier said that he ought not to be selected as premier. Sir Wilfrid ad-viscfl his friends to nrganiiie, but he gave no advice on the subjciet on'> way or another to tho lieutenant-governor of Saskatchewan. LORDS AND LIBERALS Oroatest Struggle of Century nrilii.sh I'olitics is at Hand. London. Nov. 23.-Great Britain is hint approaching tiio greatest iiolit-ical struggle she has had ii.' a hun-(Ir.^l years. That contcsit w.il dctL'i--ni'ino who'lher tho house of loifls sliall remain an uniformed tory chamboi', ruthlessly mutilatvng or destroying outright all the nieo.siiroM sv�nt up by a i'iberal government. The Educivt'.on llill, ur.cler \vhii:h the liberals sought to establish popular control of all the si-hools, ;lt-noni.nntionul or oth.-rwisa, that lu-coivo state grants, has bean turned 'nsii-rmin ami not for i>unts. 'Whon u injiii pants for a woman and a vomaii !>ants for a man-these, my fricnJs are a pair of pants, but these pants do not la.st. To make pants-la.st. iiinke the coal llr.st. PaivLs ara like molasses. Iwcau^ � tho.v alv thinner in hot weather .u'l thicker in cold uoathor. A fat ,nuin cannot k his panLs in lun � anther without susjiendcrs, hut a do^r can. Sl.^n sometimes make miistako'i in pniTts, and these mistakes aru cnllivl breeches of promise. ' There has boon much tfiscussion. which this great and popular agit- It is ainazinp; that certain Prohibitionists object to and oven cond.-ian I^ocnl Option, on the ground that it recognizes the, right of certain eoii'--irainities to have saloons. On the samo principle thoy must ob.tcot to a vole on constitnt'ionni Prohibition, because th,-!rDby ffollowing the line of renson'ng). thoy recognize the r.ght of the State to hnvo flnloon^. A CirARMED IJFE. llesppler Farmer Hob Had Somo Ilo-ninrkable Exporicncos-H'is Ijat-est Adventure. Oi-, tho.v must ol^(^ect to entering into gather that vast, mass of informat - I competition with other .parties nt fin ion which fills the many volumes in | election for olllcers, whicji ho unfolds his theory of ovol - ' a?t iitu published his first work, wh.ch plac- the saloon s.vstom. Guolph. Nov. 23.-If he recovi.rs from th in.iuilcs inflicted on him i.y I) savagtt Holstein bull, Wm. Itife. a ynung man residing n-wr IT'^speer. will almost lyy. entitled to live .ho re.s-t of his life in penre, Tn .Tune Inst he was struck by H(ph�n.'� \7.Ma wreck-on his way to the northwest. at ion Rs coming, for the people the country take small interest: in thot subject. The government also sent. to the lords a bill to abolish the plural vot.ng system!, under \vh''ch 5onie pro| orty holders have as many as twenty \-oi|.�s in different con-stitu'^n-ci.-'s. Elections nre djc'idfd in thirty const i'tuencivs hy non-resitlent properly voters anil ahvu,\s turned to Iha tof.y side. Then there is the land tensure bill giving tenants somo security ajgainst rapacit.v of landloixls and a night to equi'lablc compensation for improve inents mado with the tenants' labor and inoncjy. licsidcs there is the Tratlt.s Jjiis[)utes Ivill which restores tho law to what it wa.s luitil five years ago, when the houss of lor.Is, acting as a ju^ltcial tribunal, hold a trad'j union's fumls responsible for the loss incurred tiy coni own:!rs owing to a strike organizod b.v the iin.on. Tho Education *vill is already 1 >f�t for compromise upon it is imjioesililo and tho lortls are ex|�50tcd to reject offhand the I'iural Voting and I.