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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta mt LITHIfllDUC CAILY HEUAkO, TUCfDAV, AUGUST 10, IM. UPTON'S POOL ROOM is supplied with the BEST FiXTilKES IN ALBIjiTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Oiftars and Tobaccos in stock Basement of Oliver Block NORTH FORK WON Pincher Crcnk, Aug. 9.-A rutlier interesting cricket match took placu on Saturday at the .ranch of Mr. J. Kemniis on the Nortli Fork between tiie Pinchcr Creek team and the North Pork cricketers. .Fine weather and a jolly crowd of players and spectators made the game an enjoyable one to players and spectators alike. Kverything looked lovely for the Pincher Creek team with tlie first innings of the opposing team, but they certainly had a decidedly dark twinge about that stage of the game when time was called, as a perusal of the score will show. North Fork-First innings- Good b Allen 8 Baillie b Jackson 0 Gwinn b Jack.son 0 G.alwey run out 5 Jackson b Allen 5 Milvain c Boker b Allen 4 Johnston not out 6 Shore b Allen 2 Dean b Jackson 0 Kemmis b Jack.son 5 Mcintosh b Jackson 0 .Extras " 5 Jack.sya ' b- Siiigent b; Harris 18 Milvaiii b Boker � I Johnston b Jackson \-i 0 Shori; b" Allen '', 9 Dean b Allen ' 2 Keniniis b Snrgcant � 8 Mftlntosh run out 6 Extras 20 106 Pincher Creek-First innings- Sargeunt b Jackson 0 Bowker c Milvain b Gwinn 16 Harris c Baillie b Milvain 2 Kemmis b Jackson 3 Allen b Baillie 21' Jackson not out 11 Graham b Baillie 1 Pnrey c Milvain b Baillie 0 Councee c Milvain b Baillie i St�el b Jackson 0 Wilton b Jackson 0 Extra.s 3 Winnipeg, Aug. 10.-Happyland was the scene of a riot and incendiarism last night, the bleachers be ing set on fire and a large amount of property damaged by the disappoint-||ed;crowd, which had paid to see Alfred Shriibb and J;'F. Fitzgerald run ii ten mile race, which did not come 'off... � I' It is �said..;thatV'thu strike Joi 0p-it'lectriciaiui Vas jhe cause df the luil-uro to have the irack lighted and this started the trouble. Tlie race was to have been run by electric (Kight ^dt^iift^'jli&ilntag^'lbr an hour in the gatli^ing darkness for "the light that failed", the crowd of 2,000 people broke loose, tore up the bleachers and made ^' bon fire. . Oil the arrival anted. Ap|>Iy Mn. C. R. Daniel; SSS Bart-lett St. 'SOO-O WANTED-Women lor lAundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 WANTED-A^pUcatldns will be received by the undersigned in writing from young ladies desirous ol acting as pupil asaistante to the Kindergarten Directpr I.�thbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able to use piano. O. B. Bowman, Secretary. 188-0 WANTED-Teacher for rural school, Kasimir School District No. 1981. Must have second class certificate, salary $55, per month. Apply A. G. BuWihger, Sundial. Alta. 196-0 WANTED-A capable general serv ant. Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay, Westmin ster Road. 197-0 WANTED-Small girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. Rose, cor. Bartlett' and Dufferin Sts: 198-0 Wanted-A dining room girl at the Lethbridge Hotel. Apply to the Stew ard, 901-0 WANTED-Young girl wanted to take care or child four years old. Apply 621 Burdett St. 201-6 W^ANTBD-Two first class machinists and fitters and one first cla'ss boiler maker. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works, Ltd. 203-6 WANTED-general servant at once. Apply comer of Courtland and Smith Sts. 2034 WANTED-Porter at Lethbridge fio t�l. Experienced. 202-3 WANTED-A live real estate salesman, one well acquainted in the city preferred, will pay salary or commission. Gavin & Hatfield, Room 4. .over Imperial Bank, City. 202-0 WANTED-Young lady to do book keeping. Apply Box 11, Herald. 03-2 WANTED-A good general servant. Apply Mrs. K. D. Johnston, 1220 Eedpath St. 2 ;T 0 WANTED-Boy to deliver the Herald in the Duff Addition. 203-0 TO RF-NT. TO R^T-Rooms �uitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1246. Bompas St. I .. 3004 CONNECTING ROOMS-Two con-necting rooms, best of furnishings, bath with hot and cold water at all hours on same floor, in Shepsrd Blk. Best location in City. Two beds, two Morris chairs, etc. $26.00 per mo. (in advance.) Apply J. B. Kelsey, Sliepard Block. 192-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADiAni NORTH WEST LAND REQtlLATIONS Any person who is ttte sole bead ot a family, or any mala over 18 year* old, may homestead a ouarter-seotioD of available Dominion land in Mam' (oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tht applicant must appear in person st the Dominion Lands Agency^ or Sub-Agency for the distrist. Bntry b} prosy may be made at any sgeaoy ter of intending bomestaader. Duties.-Six months' issidsnss apor and cultivation ot the land in eaaii ol three years. A homesteader ma) live.within nine miles o( ais hsass stead on a farm ot st Issst M aarsi solely owned and occupied by hla ot by his father, mother, son, daagMsi. brother or sister. lo certain districts a homsiteadst in good atantling may pts^mpl  quarter-section atongsidt his horns itead. Price $3.00 par sots. Oaliss. -Muitt reside six months in saes of ais yean from date ot bomsstsad entry (wduding the thns reqaiiwl tc earn homeatesd patent) sad oeltivat* fifty acres extra. A homettesder who has exhaasteo bU homestesd right aad taaaot ob-tain a pre.emption may tsks a pw Bhssed homestesd ia oortaia dUtiMs Price $S.O0 per asre. OaKos.-Meet Teaide six mot^ths ia sash st tktse years, cultivate fllty aerss.sad ersot a bouse worth tMt.m. W.W.OOBT. Deputy Miai^r of the Inter... N.B.-Unaathoiiod paMisatka i. tbi* advertiieo^rat wtll net bo palt ter. pro RENT-A first class stable, suitable for four teams of horses, with a large hay loft, overheod. If you ore interested in securing good stabbing for your horses, call at No. 1281 bompas St. any evening after 6 o'-tclock for particular^. Wm. Taylor, Box 605, city. 197-0 establibhgd 11854 I Merchants Bank of Canada i| HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital...........................$6.000,U00 Roserveand Undivided Profits............... 4-,267,400 Accounrs of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Ordors Letters of Orerlit Savings Bank Department Lethbnlgc Branch  CoaMsIc Bloek, RsdpatK St. TO RENT-Board and room for three. A double room and a single. Home fully'modern and close in. Apply 310 Coutts St., south end of house. 193-0 TO' RENT-Furnished room suitable for two gentlemen. 424 Smith St. Close in. 19ft-6 TO RENT-Nicely furnished room, fully modern at 638 Burdett St. ane block south of Central School. 197-0 TO RENT-Furnished office in Ott Block. Immediate'possession. Apply W. Ott. 197-0 FURNISHED ROOM8-to let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Apply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. 199-0 TO AeNT-2 new modern houses on Courtland St., near new standpipo. Rental $25 per month. Apply to H. Macbeth Agency or Wm. Johnston, Box 543, City. 199-6 ROOMS TO LET-Immediately-men only. Apply Box 1, Herald. 201-6 KOOMS TO RENT-Rooms and wash ing $6 a month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. Bridge. 202.0X. ROOM-For two young men in furnished tent, 2 minutes from city square, nice locality, $3.90 each. Apply �;j(>mfort, c-o Herald. 203-6 TO RENT-Furnished rooms in mod-ern house. Rate $10 per month. Apply G. Eckberg, Fisher St., beside Adam's hoarding house. 203-6 FOR SALE OR house. st8ble.h8y__>_,^,^,.^ _ _ house on River bottom near, is*-bridge. Best pisw in.,��rsf W^Wep* ing oows snd �hi6kto saddle, weight 850. 2 light saddle pon-^ les 2 yearling colts, gentle. 1 large' nnlch cow 6 years old and calf. 75 laying henh. Apply t M. Bryden, agent, Kipp Station, C.P.R: W-g FOR SALE-A good saddle ponv. mare, has been , driven double and single as well. Apply J. Simm. North Ward, after 6 p. m. 301-6 FOR SALE-Pure bred Collie bitchy 4months old, sire Holyrood Professor, pedigree attached. Also Cocker S^janiel, 6 weeks; champion (hredi Owner has no room lor same J W Bartlett, Macpherson Fruit Co.. City LAND FOR SALE ONE 8ECTION-of land 16 miles northieast of Warner. Will sell cheap if equity is paid in cash at will.make terms price. Atldrw. PJ; W., c-o Weber Realty Co.. Leth-bridge.  3084' WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR SALE-We can sell yonr land at prices that cant be best. We esn { sell you good land from $10.00 np to $16.00 per acre, in any quantity from: one quarter up to as much 160 see-tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth; of the purchase price m cash and the-halance in nine equal annual. instak ments with interest at 8 per cent, on the unpaid balance.' The Empire v Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, PiO-Box 60. Phone 394, ^ 191-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-Second hand buggy. Cheap for cash. Apply Box 17, Herald office. 303-1 BICYCLE WANTED-Wanted. a good second-hand bicycle. .Apply to Box T.E.M.. Herald Office. 308-O WANTED TO PUROHASE-Lote on or'near Westminster Road. North Ward. Address Box 29. Herald. 308-1 lost LOST OR 8TOLEN-^A halter and 100 feet chain taken from a cow belonging to J. H. Wallace. Finder irill please return to J. H. Wallace. Burdett St. IM-O LOST-One brindle cow, without, horns, no white on her at all. Brand? ed inverted U on the right shoulder.: Finder kindly notify Jas. Cooper, Westminster Road, eth house past, English Church and receive reward. . 180-6 : STRAYED-About April Ist from our camp three miles west of Lethbridge. three geldings. One dark bay weighing about 1460 lbs., branded p left, shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded p left shoulder, weighing about 1450 lbs. One light bay weighing about 1600 lbs., slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat.: lame, ' fbretop and mane under. ooW' kr shorn; All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward , for informa-^'. tion that will lead to their recover.v.' of the three, or $10.00 for any one of them. Notify Janse Bros., Camrose, Alta. 300JJO STRAYED-From the Wells farm, 4 miles south of Stirling, five mares and seven geldings. Mares branded LM< on left shoulder and geldings branded 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, AlU. 1840 $10 REWARD-for information lead-ing to the recovery of one bay gelding branded 5 on left jaw and one dark bay hranded N- on left flank and AN on right shoulder, weight 1300 apiece. George Millar. Cowley, Alta. 0 194-14 $15 REWARD-For return of one bay horse, weight 1,100 lbs., branded lasy C on left shoulder and left thigh, al-so S. 6. on left thigh. Lost north of Lethbridge on the way to Brooks, Alta. Finder kindly notify the Herald office.  196-10 . REWARD-Lost small gray gelding, 2 years old. branded horitental V formed into monogram with letter �l. on right shoulder. Above reward will be paid to anyone returning same to M. a. Laverick, I.�thbridge P. O. Ad-dross 575. 303-3 ROOMS AND BOARD-Comfortable room.s and also board for two or three on Westminster Road, near Eng-lisli church. Terms moderate. Apply Bn.K 19, Herald office. 203-6 Me TENDERS T^ENDERS will be received up to noon, August 31st, for the privilege of soiling soft drinks, cigars, fruits, ice cream and candies on the square on Lnboi- Day. Send tondois to Brown Pipe-s, Sec'y Trades and 201-4 Labor Council. NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to get to the opera house on time telephone 148. Our up to date hacks will get you there on time. Samuel Hall, "Liveryman." 186-26 LOST $5-Dropped in Roehon's candy store, on Monday afternoon between 4 and 5 p.m., a live dollar bill. Will the lady who was seen to pick same up, kindly return same to Mr. Uochon. 903-1 FOUND FOUND-Pearl orescent d^rooch. Owner can have same at Herald office bj' paying for ad. 196-0 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given Uiat I will sell at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. on the 20th Aug. 1909, at the City-Pound, near the Isolated Hospital, the following described animal; Mure; color bay; branded Y on'left hip. ... JOS GILLESPIE;; 200-12 Cliief of; Police. i m ;