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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta C. P. R. to construct branch lines that will strike Lethbridge, NOW^ 13 THE/ MOMENT t0 bUy Lethbridge real es*ate� 'f y�u want to make a big turn- over on your investment. ITI\71P /"WT1T A ^OIT I ^V1*C in south-east end of the city, within a half mile of Central school. riVL \JiHKj-J\XsM\Lj 1A/ 1 O WE GUARANTEE 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. GOSSlPJBr"" ON THE SIDE T,,ner No philologist will over traco origin of many grotesque exprea -�ions, not fathom how tnoy wore ever made susceptible of expr\*Mag wu� un out and out prohibitionist and n doudly enemy of corruption Senator Kerr. I knew well ami admired inurti Hi- �ns un ,,UI t'uik-Liberal and had fought under llrown Mackenzie, Wake unn oi Assistant Professor W'le- i-d him among the greatest UolngWts n" "tlet out." but where it canw frjtujhus no place in his campaign "� and who wwa Vu �ponsora .h not j was an honest, upright gentleman of I the type our public lite. s*?m* to bo clear, to �ay nothing of its develop-ment Into a full-rounded word. 1 ol-lnwtng iH a partial list of other phrases and words that have the name moaning but lack the present novelty and force of nkldoo."  Absquatulate. Vamoose the ranch. Shake your d us tics. Light out. Shunt off. fieat K. Helir*. Oet out. Clo away, l-eavo. Hit tho trail. Hiko. Skedaddle. Make your escape- Twenty-three f.ir you. Scoot. 'Hnim mil 'fin. Wow-On your way. Trot along. Ilnck to the mino. To tho tall llmlier Oft a move on. To the �ran. Take a run for yourself. f'l't. Tn-tn. So long. Ilruhh by. Shut tho do.ir from the outi/.de. lhg. losing too rapidly. Tho C.r.H. hod that contflnatlon I nggaco and smoking car as tho solo accoimnodntlon for passengers bo  twoen hero awl Mncleod one mnrn-ng last week. A young lady had to make the trip along with a score or more of men,,who filled tho car with Mnoke nnd made tho trip even more uncomfortable than It was destined to l�e in such a sardine box of a compartment A f'l'.lt. first-class lirkot nmy incun nnv old kind of n passage, box car, smoking car. t>ag-gugo car, anything as long a* money is made and profits piled up for 'he shareholders. Hut things will change when roni|�*titi�n couiv-s Paring the last two weeks Ont.uio lost two Senators, on-* a Liberal Hon. Wm. Kerr. K (' . of Cnboun�. nnd th* other, a (Vnwr^t'vo, Hen In our n�ws column* lm,t week we ,e\posod u couple of dead beat*. �'ho 'were gulling busim-st, mv>n un-era. under tho pretence that they*'-'re A. Vidal of Surn'a. Th�v woroclenn 'n tho real estate businetis. WV- w�tiv men. stron loyul to prlmfples. Sst treatment that co\iltl l)e metwl out to them woild lie for Chief l'arry to laku th�m into liSs olllce nnd apply tho rawhide. jThny Imvo just about reachixl 'he ! age where th-.i mwhide would make 'jliem rememlKT th�y Wvro naughty boys and ought to �>e |to�d. PHONE 179 wlioji yoti iuhiI a CAB To go to the s'ution or bring friends to your homo. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. G. Wlecand Next door to Schweitzer's HAKERV, WJPPATH arnRKT. I believe 'it is a newspapers duty to "show up" these deu-d Ivals in order that merchants and other* nmy bo warned that there is "vernim" of this sort In 1he city, just walling for the rhance to got something for nothing. They tiro merely vagrants and should l>" dealt with as such. Tho oponing of Tufts College this full brings vnto fanw t*l�o eleven-y'nr il- >otingi>rt collegnn m thr I'uit.vl StatoH. - Wh. n e�glKii-n imniilw oiii lve km-w his nlphal��t." mi\h u d- -oputrh frein IWiston to Mu- \.-w York. Tlm��. "and h'o\i-r, "At 'I'-ap..- (>( ��ight he was roadin:{ li.ii.im ami Huxh'.v Tin- boy wan gradui'-ed from A>vr High Sehoid la�t >'!�'. at tlio head of a rlas> t�.'iit\ He is to make the Mttd,\ of plulK-ophy his specially." The rhilad�I -Phia l*Mlger sivnks ei him and of other philosopher* >\ht> showed remarkable precocity: 1!� was prepared to entl. IWbot. l>arwin and Huxley, in said to bo tho favorito ptirsuit. oi'-hu youthful pro 1 �'-come a philosopher, nml thvr.> i� for him in the fact that many of the great philosophers gave some imitation of tho bent, of the genius in' very early youth. As urule. m-'it o 1 oxtraord nnry intellectual quality .n uny direction bold out the prou'si-of their future eminence m early iu There have Ixvn many exivptioiis t.i tho rule. (!''t.iiiH Knini'finwH r�\|iiires for its full development ft ci>rtain environment nnd certain fortuitous cncer. He. too, t un extremely early ng pit n � iineiial. but It w rare. PKOTKST ACSAIXST SH1".'!M\N All th- oilicers of th.' Michel .ninit heve resigned as a protest uifai'i-t the action of president Sherman in falling Mi.- -.tilke an.l his retention of ofllce a A reliable medicine and >no tha: should always be kept in liio h n.>> for immediate life Is Chain! :' l Cough Hemedy. It will prevent attack if given as soon ns tle-cl. becomes hoarse, or even aft -r ti.-cronpy rough appear*. Kor ^.l'"> ! y all druggists. L01K5K OK KAGIJOS. falgury llurulil.) Calgary Aerie of I'agles is expeet-ing a fruternul visit from Wsirict t)rgai/i/er llntdie of Coleman, within the next few weeks. 'J'he Culgary t members of the order are exerting I every effort to keep their brunch �if the society in tho forefront Th.-tv aiv already live aerie* organized in the province, and it is expoct-ml that D.dsbury and Olds will be added very shortly. Their interost is l�eing fostered by tho Calgary mem lx-rs The Alberta towns and cities who already have aeries are Calgary wh.eh is tho oldest lodge iu the provincu, Coleman, lusthbridge, Mac-ksid and l'Minontp-eration" now Iteing voiced by the givnt musH of Prohibitionists, i.n'l ImIiuvvh it .s time for every en �'">' in the front of tho battle r.ow waging. Il deplores therefore u|| the more, and every elTort that tends t.i mako factions of the Temperance forces. If the few brethren-nnd pu|k-rs who are not wilhng to accept luteal Option, pending the tiroo of larger possibilities.-would only lie w.lling not to question the motive* of thus who lielievo in ngbtingup u, the Cnii-it of present-day possibilitl�-s. it wili help immensely in tha present con diet.-Tho Keystono C'itijx-n. Silt WlU'ltlDS STATKMKXT In tho House of Commons Sir Wilfrid referred to tho Opposition leader's i-harge that ho hud trie, that !-ceive state grants, has been turned nside out and altered beyond roe-ignition ill the house of lords Yel education is not the question i.n which this great nnd papular agitation '.s coming, for the |k>ople of the country take small interest in that subject. , . The government also sent to the;'" si�K|,1,u' lords a bill to abolish the plural vot.ng system, under wh-'eh some pro, erty holders have as many as twenty voies iu different constitti'ii-ci-s. I'l.-i-lions are d c'jde.l in thir'y eonsl it ui neies b> non-resident properly voters and alwuvs turiH-d lo M.e lory side. hen there is the land tensure bill n.t Mts were made for in -n an.l women. Women weii- mad..... Whiii || ma a P lor limn an.l not for pants, pants for a woman nir.l n voinan pants for a man-these, my frio.ii N a pair of panls, but Ihese pant--not lasi. To make jmnts Inst, make the font tilt-' Pants in- like iiiolass.-s, Itecati �  they are thinner in hot weather ,n- i thick) r in cold weather. A fu-t .man i-nnn--l br>�-> h.-s of promise. There ha-; b.-.-n much irisciissioii. my friends, as to whether punt* i-i plural 'or s.nguhir. Now in niy nrind. wlh-n a man wears p.inls,they arc plural, but when he does hot, it WHAT COAL S'lTHliK COST i Cro-.v' (in., � Nest Coal Co. nun nl are Out Str.k%�rs nut Half Million A CHARMF.p, I.IFK. Ib-speler Kurttwr Has Had Homo Ite-niarkablo Experiences-His latest Adventure. nuelph, Xnv. 211-If he ivcocin from the iniui'ies InllictiHl on him l-.v ii Kavap- Holstein bull. Win. Hlfe, a young nmn residing n^r n->s|i.-'"-r. will nl most lv entitled to live 'ho res-t of his life In peneo. In June Inst he was struck* hy llsrhinv escaped with n fow- burns. Shortly aHat leader to conduct in enneh-mnking cniTiPnign like llv's to victory, and the liberal party has RUSH Your Orders to Morrison & Dixon For DRAYING BALED HAY COAL RUSH ' PIIOXIC 180. i-* � rift *.ti ;