Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

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

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

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

Search All United States newspapers

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

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


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

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 11, LETUBKIDCV. UAILV ITERATE 1'WeT tu Ins J 1. that's the Razor lor illuitrAtedi or in Melil AUFUL SLAUGHTER BY THE MANCHUS DITCH WATER IS SOURCE INFECTION Pocket J5.00 to 16.00 Sf U, JS.SOay. A shave or two with his new GILLETTE Safety Razor, and a mail wonders why he worried along without one for so long. Maximum GILLETTE, used with the Angle Stroke, slips lightly through the stiffest beard with never a pull, never a Rash. Leaves the face smooth, cool and refreshed. Minimum Trouble nn honing, nri stropping, no painful manoeuvring round tlie awkward corners of .your face. You-siuiply pick up the GILLETTE and' SHAVE, whether'.it's the thousandth time you've used it gr the first. Why deny yourself any longer? Your druggist, your your hardware dealer-or your Haberdasher can supply you. Tbe Qleite Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Factory, 63 St. Alexander St., Montreal. Officos in New York, Chicago, London, EngUnd a nil Shanghai, China. Facloriei m Montreal, Boiton, Berlin and Paris. j i'ekln., Xov. ilioimand Nftiikhnc's InlmbltaiiLB lin inRHSiici1- and numerous lmsinue.s houses and jilwolllugi have been looted and buru- no that ill'In desolation. Seven -thousand perrons liava 'ready fleiLtlle city and still others an; {joining tbe exodus. Along Hie mll- jway leaclliig from the city, a long (snaky Hn'a of humanity Is (soaking safety. It was lira hand of j.Mtinclms''-hiU wrought the devasta- tion. Wbllo the rcvoliillonUls were! jln camp three mile, av.-av. awall.lns 'c" no rolniorcBimmls. the jiunelius .the work of desolation. I ls s'u" to bc, i Women and children wore slaughter- led. Neither youth nor aee were of tlle Into consideration. ovor. he officials slated that, the I -cows of tlie dairy had be-an examin- ed and round to be tre'e of all trace of germs, so "ml Mxey may he moved by Mr. who now owns the dairy to one of his other premiss, and fhere used Tor dairy purposes. The ropori shows that the germs came from the nso or the water from the j Irrigation which was conlamlil i aled with typhoid Milk From Cows Water- ed at Irrigation Ditch Condemed j At a hurry-up meeting of Ills boaivl of health, called last night, the re- Port of Dr. licvell, provincial bactcr ioloalst, working In conjunction with city health officer, was presented, i and brought out a deal of (Us- White, the omMem of the revolution, [marked its wearers, for instance, Chi- .neae with white shoes, or white j handkerchiefs, were ruthlessly slain. jQueneicss heads wen> everywhere to I he seen severed from the bodies .of the slain. There was iittio. fishling today ;between the revolutionists and the j The revolutionists complain that owing to the neutralization -of the railroads they have bran unable to transport moil and guns from Shang- hai. These are being brought by boats and pack mules. milk coming from dairies using this water for .watering their stock, was bound to be contaminated In an in- direct way. Speaking to ffr. McNaily this morn- ing regarding the report, he stated that he did not doubt (hat a .large percentage of the typhoid cases came -through -the drinking o'f the mill; from no change .in the labor situation today ,n ,lig somte nt the Montreal locomotive works, of the cagM were on whore 300 bolJermakers ot the com- drinklllg waler Is no trouble with the (Supply at pres- ent, but some time ago, it was not so pure, and probably somewhat con- THE BOILERMAKERS STRIKE Montreal, Que., Nov. was [any went on strike ycMcnlay after- noon. Several conferences between lite officials and the men took ulai.o j yesterday lint without any definite result. TEEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Oeo Prtngle, of Thin-low Township, farmer, was sentenced to six months [or forging "is brother's name to n promissory, note tor J130. John Anderson, the Wcllamiport far- mer, found, dead in a wagon, choked to death. Mgr. .Stagni, the delegate at Ottawa, may succeed Jigr. Falconio at Washington. taminated. WILL USE A LEVEL CROSSING FOR STARTER City Will Not Build Subway in North Ward Learn now of Hosiery Really Fault-Free! your next hosiery purchase be Pen-Angle. Examine these perfected stockings or socks closely when the clerk shows them to "Notice the utter absence of the clumsy, troublesome seams you have been wearing- Mold them up and study how the shape has been knit into the fabric dragged into shape as in all other hose. And then, when you wear them, see how snug and neat they fit shape-retaining their method of manu facture how long-wearing our exclusive knitting process makes it sure your hose will you cease casual buying and demand only 79 MADE IY Penmans Limited PARIS; CANADA tMtrwnr, SwMtort, Ht LAURENTIC MEGANTIC Feet Long About TO-II Feet Wide ONE U NEW' ESt, FINEST IN CANADIAN TRADE !.S. S, TECTONIC S. S.. CANADA Largest arid Fastest Steamers (-J mnra only one class (It) of cabin cneus Ihe best'accommodation: thiid-class steam tn REGULAR WEEKLY SAILINGS f if a -----.....----Nov. 4 r n ic ..----...Nov.'11 Tcuto c Oct.. 21', Nov. 18 Laur-ntic -----Oct. 28, Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS Ltr 9 Dec. fi. Dec. 14., malions ol classes yl hns now earlv.' STAR LINE VLAND STAR LINE1 'nms from Boston. York and to Queenstown, Liver- pool Ihnunlh herlionrg GETTING READY FOR EARLY START City Officials Preparing Plans for Next Years veil) pton London, Dover and Ant- t a (I Finest in the World OLYMPIC In order any unnecessary ileiay v.-hcn uviather conditions be- fionje favorable for construction next the engineering dejjartinsnt :it the city hnll is working these days ottins plans find siftcifiejitions or H Jai'so amount of the new work o he dons ,n-ext season. Engineer -Hnnclmrd stated this .morning that li'S plaiiB and" specifications; would he lent' out wil.iiin u tew ifayi for the dwage ilisnosal system. The ten- iors for. this undertaking will be slpsetl nhotiVthe end of. the and one of ;h'o first' tlifnas the new Iflli council'wil'l be to let the cor. tracts .for the work. .It- will en tail an expenditure of to paviiig 'io be done next j-eai will ho tior.y In conjunction with lay- ing the street1 car rails, the engineer- UcimrtiuciU. will' also send out, stiortly JUKI specifications AlLIiougii IK; devotes n good dqal of tiuu! to witticism, Prnfessor Alex- -however, never loses sight of of iii-s subject and on thai, acfjounl.. makes' si.strong apjical Io the s001' sense of ihe serious miiulcd us well .as influencing the risi- bilities' of those'wilt a humorous. One of ths kicks made by the North Lcthbridge ratepayers association at their meeting the biher evening was that the city council had taken no i !j steps to build a subway at the cross- i This I C R. has refused to nt Thirteenth St. and tbe railway. M-iin rates from- Montreal to points Speaking to Supt. Itad of the electric on 'the system light department regarding this he fcroak in the natural gas main at it >vas the Intention of Windsor put factories, car lines and city to put in a level crossing for W "en stoves out of business for which f wlij hava to for some tlnic least. The building of a subway is a. large Und it would b'e impossible to get the subway con- structed in time to get the street cars 1 running to Norfli Lethbrtdge next summer, as thBy hope to be ab'le to do by th'e use of.a level crossing. H three hours. CttURCH SERVICES WESLEY T. i1. I'orrj-, pastor, will preach at both" services. Morning "The is not (be intention of ihe street rail- He i.s saicl'to he in the ivho Evening subject, "All have n.aj- to I180 gt. of thnsiv who deal with head. nnd the delineation of character bv nf Ihe iilivsicitl characteristics of the. skull and has been referred to iii flatAerinr; tcrnis by Kastcni bi- tiie press or "'i'1 be lilr moniing, and Ihc and .American 'cit-j aiitlicm, "0. Come to My Heart" and ies. lly reason oi accuracy and skilli'li'c solo, "Me Bivcth His Beloved Sunday School and Ailult Bible Class at 3 p.m. The anthem, the bridge Is being eonstrnct- ".lesus Lover oi 31y by Vogl, ,vm, ttlts in view. sullwaj, Is ami the solo. "Gome Sinner Come" a- matter, however, which is under the consideration of tlie engin'aoring de- partment, ucceed- rather than brilliance he has in winning (tin- confidence of i- 'iiany iicnnjc, aini it is expect- ed that tliere-Viil he n' large nnmhiir mil. to not only on will be rendered at Ihc even- ing .nervier, the but .ill through ins' L Dec. 9 W. M. McLcOD, C. W. P. A. 33 Mlin St WINNIPEG. EXCURSION TICKETS On Sale Nov 10 to Dec. 31, via. Mont. eil PortUnd Halifax, Boston, comparing, and getting Ihe benefit of return within 5 months, fhe'cpmuotltion. If the plans, of ,'lle yaripus departm'ontB lire .carried out. r the fKiving contracts. No special of paving has yet decided upon by the council, but the tenders wili cail for any kind, so that'1 the lk v.'ili havs an opportunity of LOCAL AGENTS i.B.MUchell, C.P.R.-H.Macbeth, G.N.R. nmm tramps LTD. The Royal line MONTREAL QUEBEC TO; BRISTOL. Route to London on Ton Floating Palaces. Next Sailings from Montreal: BKOnCR OCT. IS ..-'..iLTOWAIID .NOV. 1 jilOVAL OEOIidB.....NOV, 15 Xmas Sailing from Halifax KOYAL TOWARD NOV. 29 GEOIiOB Dec. 13.' Rates of Paiuge: 1ST CLASS Jfc UPVVAnnS 2ND CpASS. J53.75 UPWATWS >3RD CLASS, Bristol or L'don 532.50 Further information from S. B. Agent C.P.Hy; M.. Maobeth, City Ticket Agt., G. N. or write to GENERAL AGENT, WINNIPEG contracts for tliq" fltree-i railway sys- the sewage disposal system, tkjt paving and thVuowtar house extension, ho let, early in January, that, the -dolays1 which lieltf the up in tile early this season will be avoided... Contrneis will let also at for the yyar'a. sup- ply of Biswer.antl water pipe, so that all material may ne nn th3 gronrid for iiext'-'yefiv's when work rt'stuncs in the spring. WILL READ ALL HEADS !'Wcll-known Viiitlng the Tuesday F. R. BACKING NEW LINE OF STEAMERS mlon, xov. the Times cori'je- pondent nt Kottcrdnm says thai Nlou HottniMani Court announces that "'a now line wllii fortniglilly sailings be started from tliat Iq the Unil- ed'S'.atus and Canada, lift undertaking being umlertlie C, P. H. auspices anil -KNrOX Cin.'Ht'n (Pi'csliytci'ian) by the company mid Franjjh I Kcv. A. M. Gonlun, pasloi A. A- Lyllp. pastor, will prcacli both nmrning and Siintlay school nml Bililc class at 'A v p.m. Strangers' cordially welcomed. ST. CYPRIAN'S CH-UHL'H (An- 8th Avc. and UUi St. Morn ins; Prayer ;iinl Coninuinion :it; 11 a.m. Kvc'iisoiig nl-7.30 p.m. Adult