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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta . Si- �- .1: ' ri -1.1 A/, i? t ' YOU WANT WE GIVE DIUUIY FIBST, LAST and ALL THE TIME Specialty this week- 1^^ acn is air iiglit so ithat in tho coldest season of the year iho Herald's fine^di.splay of job worit can always lie .seen from the street. The si)lcndid now Optimus press tliat The Herald has installed is i 1^ DRMYING. It you wish diraying or moving of any kind done, 'call on us. . ' We have the largest aiM best equipped rar age business in the city, with thoroughly experienc�d inen in chaise. All work promptly attended to. 'i\ f I ' ^JBbyaod^Oats of the best!grade for sale. Coal delivered to aUfparts of the city on tho^ � notice. Lumber Co., Lten hoiied thai, Sfr. Kfinny would have remainetl here with his family. He has al.ways been an active and public spirited citizen and his removal will l� sincerely ro-grat/tod. He has resided here for ov-'er . twenty years and during that time has Iwen identified with all movements for the flevolopment of the city. With his dmily ho will take up Posidence in Calgory immod-iatel^V. Frwl Kenny will occupy the family residence on Bartlobt St. 4 i THE HEB^tLD'S north of the ild oiTieo on Round; St. is a two storay brick structure iwith a full basement, niiic feat cicar underneath. The Herald occupies . the ground floor ami the basement ^hile tlio Knights ot Pv-thias have their lodge room upstairs. The ground floor, which is ^ixty. two fwt deep, vith a frontni:?c of SECOND HOAfE. - , Photo', by W. W. Handford of this new press and e.vtenAs a hear ty invitation to tlie public to cay in and see it in operation. In .the basement also are locafed the smaller job piV'.-.ses and other machinery used in an up-to-flata job oflioe such as the Herald has estabii.shed. The people of Lethbridge will remember when loss tjjati two y-aars Two Thirds Profit. ir. QERMAN West of Bentley Co. ''r--rr-.-��- V The Ead ot Bill Harris. * BiU Harris, ftbo well-known hall vplayer, who bdd down third base for , of Sl-l.Ci. I^he'Hat team for a couple of. weeks leaving a net gain over the land pay-ptW:. season, was struck and fatally mont and ilw cost of production of Ipiuredby Xo. 1, ye�t�rday morning. 912.83, or 84 per cent on tlvo invcst-ISarris was sitting on thc( track; it is niont. Or taking it another way, 12 i^nderstood, on the bridge bulo'w.the bushels of grain at 80 cents which ~ II grounds and niu^ potwibly have was the price rucoivcd, paid for all ' i asleep. The train was stopp0d^ the balance niont to; ly after the accident Ob-j,wards tlie payment of t(ic land and and: was backed down to the as a net proilt, Farmers d*nrta have been talking in a general way about the immon.so profits from the crops this .war. But L. D. King of Rioymond has figured it out so as to give the facts more jmrbicularly. His crop was no cxtraordinory crop, the yiol.d being 4913 bushels from 146 oicres or about 34 bushels to the acre. He sold the grain at 80 cents realizing f3,930.40 or about f27 i>or acre. His exiJcnditurc, he figured out as follows: Plowing .................. �2..50 per acre Disking ...................40 " ItriUing .................. .50 " ' Seed ......................50 " Cutting .................. 1.00 " " Twine .....^ ............... 2.5 " " ThiXishing ond hauling 4.50 " Total 4................. $9.6.5 " ' Mr. King did not inform The Herald what he paid for the land but we would judge that �2.5 jhjv aero would be a big price. Taking it (or grnntoti that this price was to' IjC paid ni five payments, the cost iicr annum is S5 iier acre. Add to the co�t per acne of cultivation the cost of the land and thorc is a gross cost The )>roce8ds were $27.00 THE OFFICE THE HERALD HAS .lUST LEFT. Photo by ;W. W. HandtorSv �tWTonty-two foot is occupied by the; ofiloes, and the sanctum in front. Do-hind the offices is the comjiosing room with 'th� Monoline at the rciir. The whoVo 'Is ideal for light and airiness. The show window is one of the be.srt in the .city. TW main part of itho window  is a very fine plate one hundred and thir- Harris was-found in the om/ ^:Ho was placed on the brought up to the station 's^,perfectly conscious when 'Mm A man blew ^mbke into his bride's tmee.' U-tejucky for her it wasn't a.whiir of bad whiskey for she might to 41i� ambulanoe to thehosbe dead now. ago The Herald set up in a liitftlc shack on the site of the prefwnt fme Oliver Block. In a few months tho brick warehouse in the rear ot the Dailas Hotel was secured. and occupied until a ^-cav ago Avhcn the plant was removed to tho' rebuilt blacksmith shop used during the past twelve months. The moves have bixsn over upward and forward until today Tho Herald occupies an'office that not only answers tho present ro c|uinoinont but, makes allowance for tho expansion of business that it is confidently e-viwetcd will come to tho Herald. \ Tho innnnKomont renews its invitation of last week to all its friends to come and inspect our fino offices, the plant ami paper it.solf. Tho invitation IS to all to come and .seo us as wc are and then watch us grow iluring tho succeeding vj-oks, months and years. THE HBItALD'S NEW office: (In the course' of completion.) Photo by W. W. Handford The Edmonton .lournal is oit the penitent )>ench. A year ago it was after Hon. Geo. Fostur with a rod hot poker and now it says Mr. Vos'-tortcr ia attacked "soMy ihtuusc Hh honorable inon wish to ^fl.�lll ,Jtlm.:' And so the Journ.U is ilinhon iiitilc is it? Would Owa n Sheep Rnnch. Immigration Agent Humphries receive^ the other day a lotter from a French sheepman inquiring concern ing that industry in Canada. Jud||-f MiU Work Do abt s^nd all your money to Oalgary and Cninbrook. \ I fielp to * 'ild up Lethbriage and a local industiy by paironizioK Office, Yards and Factory-Ck>mer Round ind Boinpas Streeti * * �' Telephone 153  i:] If you have '"a capital, eye" you ought to be thankful and take great ciiT6 of' it;' If ^ theire is anything the matter with either; have them examined without delay. You may avert the trouble before it is tod late, and so save the ruin of your eye-sight. Wearing wrong Glasses will soon imperil your Bi,j:ht. So will neglect to wear Glasses, under the mistaken idea that you do not need them. Let us examine your eyes free of charge. We shall then be able to fit you exactly. W. J. Armstrong jewe;ler enoraver optician. Agent lor bell pianos When you reguire your gardens ploughed, your'yards cleanedS^P. cellars .dug, or aiiiy other teaming ione,> SEE US, or phone 201] or Irop a post card in the office, your order will receive our prompt att m-Hon. COAIj must,be paidiJior'-->iadelivery. Hesidence and Bwt>le .aast of the barracks. % WM. TAYliOK, Lethbrige When you wa;nt ;] Done promptly and ; satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE No man ever succeeded unless ho wiis certain that somo loved one wanted him to. A husband is the thing t.hat stays in the ntore wlhlo the wife goes on a vacation. " nfhe, siinwt wfiy to toughen up a hoarris to subjitot it to a long vtrotch of loneUiwss, ,B. L;; Boiden; ^Leader of:the* Opposition.^ / - Daltiihoi-c. Md.,'Nov. 11, 1903 M'inard's liininjent Co.', l/imitod. Sirs,-i came across a bottle of your Minard'sVinlmont in the hands of one of the students at tho University of Maryland, and ho being'ho kind Jis to lot nid uso it for d vo.-y 'bad. sprain, which i obtained in train ing for loot races, and: to say that it helpod me would bo putting it very ,ildljV, and 1 thereforo ask if you would lot mo know of one-of your agents that, is closest to Baltimore so that 1 can . obtain some of it. ThoAking you in aUvance i remainr Yours truly. � ^ W. C. McCUBAN. 14 St. Paul stroot * Care Oliver Typewriter Co. P.S.-Kindly answer At once. Synopsis. Coal Mining Rejulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion,, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Temtory, the North-West Territories and British Columbiti, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre.. Not mdr�M than 2,560 acres will be leased 'tc one applicant: Application for a.lease must be made t6 the Agent or Sub-Agent of the'diBtridt in which the rights aipplied for are situated. Iq surveyed territory the land must be,described by sections, or legal suD-divisibns of sections, and in unsurveyed. territonr the: tract appliedfor shall be staked out. Each .application must be ac companied by a fee of |5i^ which will be refunded if the rights,ap-lulled for are not available but not otherwise. A Royalty shall be paid . on the merchantable output of the mine at ;the rote of five cents per ton.' .,, ��Every, lessee of 'coal mining rights which ore not being operated lihall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands . with iii ' Agent of Dpmiuioa Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of tbia advertisement will not b� paidfor. i 5?1- ;