Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta like "Hie Kettle on the Hob" grandmother's the large Circle Water Pan of Cheer" Furnace supplies the moUure so necessary J. w. H. Griffin, a merchant of Cleverville, is in the city on business. A. H. McKeown is away on a week's business trip to Calgary. .Neil Stalker shipped two carloads of mutton for P. Burns Co., Cat- "Good Cheer" FURNACE TtMtiErpm" supplies tJr Hke thebretth of summer thatisnot only warm, buthumid, x Ilka the air outdoors. You can live In this humid, healthy GoodCheer" atmosphere at 68 than you can at or in the dried-out air supplied by the average furnace. There's both health JS economy in i "GoodCheer" Furnace. "you re to build buUding-makeup your mind to install -a "Good Cheer" Furnace. Write for full description. WINNIPEG. Maa. Sold and recommended by t Hlck-Sehl Hardware Co., Letlibrtdfle, Alia. to places in the-final stage to-mor- row. Three scores at 200; three, in- cluding Lieut.. Morris, at 199 five including Capt. Mortimer, at 198 eight at 197 r, .twelve at 196 six teen at 195 twenty-o.e at' 194 thirty-one at 193. Total 99, leaving one vacancy at 190 to be shot off fo- Qualify To Compete For the Coveted King's Prize Bisley Gamp, July Mor- ris, of Bowmanville, Ont., who was fourth in the first stage of the King's Prize, with a score of 103, .where he was tied with two others, the lead- ing being Captain Campbell, "with 1U4, was. officially .ranked in sixth Place at the conclusion of the shoot-'J uig for the second stage to-day, his' score being 199. Two others were bracketed with him at that figure." It was ..again his inferior target which dropped him to the bottom place of tied mea. Three others led at the conclusion of the second stage'at a total of 200. Captain Mortimer, of Ottawa, was the second Canadian at this stage with a score of 198 and placed eighth officially. The follow- ing show the scores made in the ag- gregates of the two first stages which qualify the one hundred leaders FORMER TORONTO M.D. SUSPECTED Ixxmdon, July lo.-Detectives in England and in New York are en ering to find Dr. Efenley H. Crlp- who is suspected of having mur- dered his American the States House of Representa- tives, and candidate for the United otates Sjcsate from state, passed through Lethbridge the other day- on his way home from Washington, D.C. James Thompson; formerly in .the shoe business in Raymond, and ptt- vious to that employed with F Ger- man in. this city, has recently pur- chased the business of the Banner Rooming House-located at the comer of Dufferin streets. H. Galvin, who has. recently LCr turned from-a'trip to'Pincher City states .that he >aw several steam- Plowing outfits still That' has been getting frequent showers, crops look fairly well, and the-cutting, of the Wil1 averaSe at ._ on to ,the acre, has commenced. R. Brown, has moved fi avenue to one of the'hn unv lie built on Rogers street. His carriage painting business Ms AWe- resi- moved to .Rogers i as the new shop which will be in a few days. A. R. McGuire, of McKelvie and McGuire, was Thursday night unani- mously elected to -the sports and 'en- tertainment committee of the Agri- cultural Society, in the place of A E. Humphries, who sent word that m view of his; recent severe illness he would he unable to take the part in this year's fair that he would like to ana asking 'that Someone be elected 1T1 his place. THE greatest strain fajls midway be- tween the top and bottom of a one- piece because the live coala are located at the centre of the fire. This continued strain overtaxes the expansion powers of a one-piece fire-pot and causes it to bulge out and crack it the centre, and through the cracks, dust and deadly coal gas escape and eventually pass through the reg- isters. In have to buy a new fire-pot. Every 2 Piece Fire Pot Oil Cement this jbmps'atsoluteiy proof, smoke-proof The layer of Demerit acts between the two section to expand or contract This Sunshine fire-pot from cracking: -Uw than Sunshine nre-pots have been This" shows conclusively that; the Sunshine two-piece fire-pot will save you money, and that's the fire-pot, you replace is so much added to the cost of the main- tenance of your furnace. Now; the Sunshine fire-pot is built in two Actions which are joined together with our famous cup-joint Because of the shape Of the cup-joint and [the- layer of McClary of a fire-pot you want in rte furnace you are going to have installed in house. Get the economical guaranteed furnace. It's the Al.fur- hace investment. .London, Toronto. St John, N.B., Hamilton, Calgary. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSONS Linscott for the International-Newspaper Bible Study The Transfiguration. Matt 8, 14-20. is My Beloved whom I am weir pleased, hear ye Him. Matt. Verse Jesus select Pet- James and John, on "this momen- tous occasion, and not, any. of the other nine apostles? Did he ha.ve must be answered in writing by mem- 'of the club.) Verse it a Christ- ian.to; have a constant vision of Jesus J if .-.so, does ;it give .perpetual .or. elation, to .the soul? Give your.reasons; Verse 5-J-Were the, tlfe- objective, Le., .would a collie dog-, for mstance, if present, have seen'the one and heard the With', what