Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
If an acre of ground is worth $100 and is increasing at the rate of 20 per cent, per annum, then every acre one can hold on a shoe string will earn him $20. Suppose he pays $10 or one-tenth on the land and 6 per cent, on the balance, then his $10 has earned him $20, taking from that the interest on $90 at 6 per cent. anXi you have left $14.60 or 146 per cent, on his $10 investment for the year. They have made money beoauae they were our outtomen. Tbai'e wliy they an etill o�r ovetomen. Would yon like to make lome money ? Drop us a card and reeeira Irae, onr nap and aaleotad list of Seattle propertiee. Real Estate and Insurance. - - A|aat for /Bteit I�a�nae� Co., of HortlbrJ, Cooo. IIm latorooM PoliaiM iaavai �y]� yo� wait. Oliver Blook, tJp-stairs. Offiiea Op�b otMy Bftilaf horn 7.30 to mSO. WE HAVE FOR IMMEDIATE SALE ON VERY EASY TERMS These lands are located in the Lethbridge district, and adjoin Cardstoh, both irrigable and fall wheat. Farms in this district have increased 200 per cent, in price during the past year. This is due to the great immigration from the east and south. Buy to-day and benefit by this year's rise in price. We mail a map free of Southern Alberta, showing location and prices of farm lands. LIST WITH US FOR A QUICK SALE. Houses and tot^ in Lethbridge 9-roomed house on Argyle Ave, stable, $3,000, 700 cash, balance easy. Special for this week only. 10 lots in "Rosedale,'' $800, 450 cash, balance 6 months. AH the surrounding lots have been sold for $100 each Ltd. from 9 M. to 9 p.m. OmCB^-ALONGSIDB OP POST OPPICB. LftTHBU PH0�ailS3.