Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
�.�r.vf,i:x.' t'J r YOU WANT WE GIVE QUALITY FIRST, LAST and ALL THE TIME Specialty this week- Cut Glass Fruit Bowls, Nappy's Bon-Ion Dishes, Water Sets, Vases, Decanters, Cream and Sugar Sets, Anything you like. All in choice designs. C.Ross Tate The Jeweler I DRRYINC. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest arid best equipped ror age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sole. Coal delivered to all (parts of the city on short notice. Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. i Office-First dooi south of Opera House Phone 68 ! 4 i The Herald's New Quarters. This week Tho Herald punished In a^new building ami 1 ,v n new press As soon r.s -the pn|>er w.is out hist wok tin" nt lent ion ol the whole staff from the management t i the "ili'vll" was directed to the nrlto.is work of moving. Ami it has Leon in m-pllshed. It is true tho contractors ty-five. inches by sixty Inches, being I he second largest pinto in Lethbridge The space Is nlr tight no that In tho coldest season of the yonr the Herald's fine** display of job work cun always he seen from the street. The splendid now Oplltnus press that Tho llernld hns Installed Is WHKUE THE HERALD STAHTEI1. Photo by W. \V. llandford Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ! ��ooc�6CM�xeSuceetaort to George Rogers* v YARD - NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders9 Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Mouldings Doors Windows f Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridge Jaber, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge have not yet romplot -d the ir.lriiir of the now building but p>rhnos 'lint Is well, that The Herald ai>l its friends may gradually become �o in shipshape and tho Herald will be occupying one of the finest newspaper offices In Western Canada. j Tho building, which is one door down stall's. This press is certainly a lienuty both In np|>caranco and operation. The fact that it has a four page hod and a high rate of bihxmI will enable the stalT to get tho paper out much more quickly than heretofore. The press is so nicely adjusted that all kinds of work from the heaviest poster work to the finest of book work can he executed enual-ly well. The Herald is justly proud pital, jt was thought that he had ' miraculously escn|ied serious injury, i J.\n examination however, disclosed! .the fuel that his collar bone and one ! arm weiv broken. Then' were a'so (.several bud gushes on his head, but J tho internal injuries were those which j caused his death, which occurred u | fe.w hours Inter. The body is being j Ik'IcI awaiting instructions from New-burg, X. V., whore relatives of th;' fleceascd live.-Medicine Hat News. OUR WORJt is invariably satisfactory '. We take all sorts of contracts for Electrical Work for equipping now buildings or fitting up old ones. Wiring for electric lighting, bells, burglar alarms, annunciators, motors, cooling, aud ventilating fans, etc. McKenzie&Roy Office- Kedpath St. Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles � Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on bund. 'We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Lethbridge Saddlery i ! CO. John Kenny Moves. The appointment of John Kenny ux liifi|*eclor of Customs for Western Canada necessitates his removal from this city to Calgary. This news will not lie very pleasing t citizens of [>>lhbridgie sincerely regretted. He has resided here for over twenty years and daring that time hus kvn identified with all iuo\ements for the development of the city. With his fimily he will take up residence in Calgary immct-iateliV. Fred Kenny will occupy the family residence on Hartlett St. north of the JiM is a two stor.y n full basement. TIIK HERALDS olllee on Hound . St. brick structure with nine fo�t clear uu-jilernoath. The Herald occupies the i ground lloor and the basement while S Knights of Pythias have their | lodge room upstairs. | The ground tloiir, which is six'.v. ) two foot deep, villi a frontage of SECOND HOME. Photo by W. W. Handford of this new press and exten/ls a hear ty invitation to the public to cnlj in and mm it in ojH'i'iition. In tho Jiouse basement also are located the smaller job piv-ses and other machinery used in an up-tn-dat..- job oillou such as the Herald has established. Would Own a Sheep Ranch. Immigration Agent Humphries received the other day a letter from a French sheepman inquiring concern ing that industry in Canada. Judging from the questions asked tho inquirer evidently knows something of the "bt/.noss." Iloing translated it rends:- V Villndes Fontaines, Le Petit Mulzac Par Lussuc los Chartcaux, Vienna, France. Sir,-I should like to establish myself in Canada and do the raising of sheep in liberty. Occupying myself much already with that kind of rols ing, this question is not unknown to me. You would thus much oblige mo with helping by your advices to Indicate to me the best way of installing a sheep ranch. 1. Which is the most propitious part of your country to install your? Helf and mgke the raising? 2. Can five government lands bo rented. Help to >ild up Lethbridge nnd a local industry by patronizing # 11 Oliver's P aning and Lumber Mills. * * u " Seed ......................(in Cutting .................. l.do " Twine...... ............... 2."i " " Tlmoshing and hauling '1.50 " " Total t................. $'.).(ir> " Mr. King did not inform The Herald what lie paid for the lund but wo would judge that $21 |ht aero would be a big price. Taking it for granted that this price was to l,o paid in five payments, the cost per annum is S.S per acre. Add to tho cost per acre of cultivation the cost IMtf Harris, tho well-known ball of the land and there is a gross cost player, who held down third base for : of $11.(1.'). The proceeds weiv $27.no tho Hat team for a couple of weeks leaving a net gain over the land pay-thls sunsbn, was struck and fatally inent and the cost of production of injured by No. 1 yesterday morning. glS.BO, or 81 per cent on tho Invest-Warris was sitting on tho track, it is inent. Or taking it another way, 12 j understood, on the urlAgo bulow tho bushols of grain at 80 cents which |ur acre. His ex|)enditure, he figured out ai follows: T1II0 OFFICE TIIK 11KRAU) HAS JUST I.ICFT. Photo by W. W. Handford twvnty-two feet is occupied by the ollkvs, and 'the sanctum In front, lks-hlnd the ofllces is the composing room with the Monoline at tho roar. Tho wholjO 'Is ideal for light and airiness. Tile show window is ono of the best in the city. TlitS main part ol tho window � is a very fine plute one hundred und thir- --f w, !> when Harris was found in tho ' Hg'^w^ b'pttom. Ho was placed on tho 'fe^lpt and brought up to tho station ! taw'-ho was perfectly con A man blow smoko into his bride's �face. It is lucky for nor it wasn't perfectly conscious when a whiff of bad whiskey for she might removed In If you have ''a capital oyo" you ought to be thankful and take tfreat care of it. If there is anything the matter with either, have them examined without delay. You may avert tho trouble betore it is too late, and so save the ruin of your eye-sight. Wearing wrong Glasses will soon imperil your si^ht. So will neglect to wear Glasses, under the mistaken idea that you do not need them. Lot us examine your eyes free of charge. We shall then be a bio to tit you exactly. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS THE HEKALiP'S 'NEW OFFICE (In tho courso of completion.) Photo by W. W. Handford The Edinonlou Journal is ait tho ponitont bench. A yonr ago it was after lion. Ooo. Poster with a red hot poker and now it says Mr. Vuc tortor is attacked "solely peeuuso Ms honorable mon wish to htrm .itim.:' And so the Journ.U is dif.hon mhlo is it? No man over succeeded unless he was cortaiu that some loved oiva wanted him to. A husband Is tho thing t^iat stays in the store wlrilc tho wife goes on a vacation. T'ho surest way to toughen up a hoar( is to subject it to a long stretch of lonollness, General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed) your yards cleaned up, sellars dug. or any other teaming Jone, SEE US, or phone 201} or Irop a post card in the otlice, your ortler will receiveour prompt attbn-cion. CO AL must be paid for in delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. ' WM. TAYLOK, Lethbridge &ir)� Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly nnd satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE R. L. Borden, Lender of the Opposition, i Baltimore, Md.. Nov. It, 1903 Minurd's Liniment Co., Limited. S'irs,-I camp across n bottle of your Minord's T-iinimont in the hands of ono of the students at tho Untvor sity of Ithiryhind, and ho being so kind as to let mo uso It for a very 'bad sprain, which I obtained in train Ing for foot races, und to say that it helped me would bo putting it very .lldl.y, nnd 1 thoreforo ask if you would lot me know of ono of your agents that, is closest to Daltlmoro so that I can obtuin soma of it. Thnaiking you in advanco I remain, Yours truly, W. C. McOUEAN. 14 St. Paul street " Care Oliver Typewriter Co. P.S.-Kindly answer at once. Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, tho Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may bo leased for a term of twenty-one years ut an annual rental of SI an acre.. Not more than 2,500 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for ure situated. In surveyed territory the land must lie described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unBurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on tho merchantable output of the mine at the rate of live cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights j may be considered necessary for. the working of the mine ut the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent pf Dominion Lunds. W. W. COBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for.