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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i belni introduced by o committee, of proud- 'nent cltliens and tbat U the Dominion Lyceum attracUotni. TJuder tbla ar members ot Ir-.t echool SK e'r prominent cltlceas are ceura committee. They slicraiJ uc iinnioilialcly placing 111 dls- or, It of layer, burned. Avoid Tho li.ibllity of tho ImmsdhiiG til- teuJaota to Infection DISJ" bo malor- lally diminished' avoiding Inhala- tion ol patient's breath, and uar- wlirn ho Is touching, Ing cr mlklug. A liAmlkerchlol sliouM be beld beruro nioulh, and llss m this head turncil aside during coujhlne or that 1 sneezing. The risk of ot l, Ihey .'undertaking heavy InJociion by tho rineers muel-ba con. iuirLtWt liey.ire, Helping to fur- -'.autly hand, people) ol UnltH Slates hare for yoars been'tb'.i to 11 hear great musical arlists or to enjoy famous like Ilcosevolt and Taft and Cobb and others, for very no ml Dal tum. IIV and the handv k'tlrac-' slioiilil bu vvnsticJ at once after con-, -f high class Injlacl wlili llie patient or with mucua entertainment' from the noso or turoat. Each case muse Le as occuBlcrt demands , ilui riliverton of tho.medical at-' icndaut. N'o drug has ns yet been allruclions M tha Jirovctl to have any specific curallve truer Concert companr, o group ot street on Iliough many nre lions that are llot every from "an la ot llie test.' guarantors for these attractions that U la possible for them to Ijo shoVn committed, or from tlie Herald Office, llie presence o; oilier morbid condl- Don't fill'to Ket your season ticket, ueforu the firsc as sin- j l( President Marnoch ot the board of gle tickets for eica performance aro DETECTIVES GUARD EX-KAISER trade olber inemter} of the hlguer In price. '____ LOXDOX. Dec. scoro from man to man, yi't Iho nature ct Km' tbo vlrus-li still uncorlaln. It is at slblr bevond.Hto present rjnge of mi-j Potsdam, at Amnroiigen, cros'copi'c vision TI.e bacilli dla. "'ery movement ol ilerr covered by Pleilfer .combtonly known according to tne Atuer- as tbe Joilutuza nicilluvhas In tha correspondent of the Bipiess. past been regarded be Prob.bla t1 British Royal College of Phy sicians Gives Advice to Prevent Disease ID Enebmd there was an epide- jnlc ot Inlluenil last summer. The disease at that ttrae was ot a mild type, but In tbo fall the dls- assumed f. more virulent type, with pneumonia complications, as in Ibis country. The results of the eiperlences and Investigations of tha British medical professions are eg: Cause, though an losufdclent evidence. Tbere -Is doubt as to the primary part It plays in the disease, ioipori- anl though it Probably Is as a second- ary Infecting agent. I'lellfer's bacillus, the-pneurnococcus, and, above all, id this epidemic, tbe streptococcus, seem to be res'ponBlble [of most ot tbe ratal complications of Influenza. Jnfecllon is conveyed from the sick lo Ihe heal- thy by tbo secretions of the respira- tory surfaces. in coughing, sneezing, and even In lloud talking, are transmitted of these men. Ilerr Ilouenzollern is salri to be lu constant dread ol bomb Uirowers anil other assassins and al- ways rairies n small revolver. through, the air for considerable dis- tances in.the Conn ot a line spray. The channels of reception are normal- ly the nose and tbroat. U is" manifest t'nat, the closer the contact, the more of Physician, bas' readily .will .this -transmission occur; drawn up the following the or "in view ot the alarming and contra-1 avoiding and tarooging dlctory reporU ol tha present epidemic of ever sort, whether in places of pub- of influenza that appeared In the lie resort, public qonveyaaces. factor- niblfo camps, dwelling-rooms, or dorml- The lut few .weeks have now af-ilorlES. Tho sum ol available evidence forded snlficlent experience to per- thebelief, that.the period of in- tuit positive siatemenls lo be cubation Is about 18 hours, or even nude- the epidemic, shows. somewhere less. sims of abatement In Is Complications Add to Danger elsewhere; IUJ .The dansers of influenza.are grave- rail for- 'intelligent ai- ly tacreasid by the complications, ticipttlan. the preterit "epidemic' is "and much'can be'done lo avoid or lu Tlrtsallj worid-wlde, IrrespectlTe e! mitigate these. Such complications or. calling. Similar; may develop Insidiously, asd without ''world-wide epidemics occurred in. previous signs ol severe illness. Care- 1837, 1817, U50. The long inter- luluci: Joes unoonbleiily decrease, mission fiace the last wide ipread epl-', and carelessness increase, both mor- demlc haa already mane an. early re-lbidlty and mortality- It Is important, appearance probable, but the condl-itherefore, that the public should have epidemic prevalence ot-tallnv.a clear Idsl of.Euch measures of.pbr- CELEBRATE flEVOLUTION Dec. 12.--January 1 has been fixed ns a day of general re- joicing In Berlin in honor of the rev- olution, according to Ihe Zeltung Am- mtttag. l.ONDON, Dec. Cross bwu ntiirded li fo4> rowing: I.leiit, floorge'KerT, 3rt; Major tteil'Xlrkland, Capl, Krouier, Artillery; Lieut, V, John Ueto, Engineers; LJeut. Oiwild Lenuoi, 3rJ' Lieut.' Sherwood Lett, Mc- Artillery; Csol. Irilue Mac- Michlne Guns; Capt. James en, ]pt; Capt. Slalcolm Mc- Ulrd, Engineers; Lleul. Archibald Manuel, 29th; Capl. Thomas llsrllnj, 2nd; Capt. R. B. Matthews, Machine Capt. Hugh Mclilrnle, Machlue Guns; Capt. James McCullougb, cMno Guns; Lieut. Herbert Machine Guns; John I aU, 7Slh; Llaul. William MeDgueall, E5lh; LleuL James JlcOreeor, 72nd; Capt. Joisph SlacKay, 2Sth; Oapt. Arthur McKenzlc. 4lh; JIc- Laren, 13lh; Major William Mcllat- ter, 3rd; Major Gilbert Mills, Engi- neers; Capl. Thomas Morrow, .4th; Capt. James Mosaman, Medicals; Capt. Viulay'Munroe, Medicals; Capt, lloborl N'elson, 20th; Lieut. Arthur Xcwby, Fort Garry Horse; .Lieut. Jamefi Nlcholeon, 33th; Lleul. Tlionias NorrisJ Artillery; LleiK. Wllllsnl Oli- ver, 50th; Usut. Reslaal Olmslead, Artillery; A. F. Parker, Ma- chine Guns; Lieut. Richard Pearce, Trench Mortars; Lieut. James icy, -I111; Lieut. Elmer Phillppol, Ar- 'llllery; Capt- Thomas Prescolt, 50th; Capl. John I'reston, Capt. Frank 75th; Capl. John Qulnne, Harold Held, you CAN BAT LESS MEAT and keep in top-notch physical condifton t ifyou know what to eat in place Cereals and fruits are the natural Sub- stitutes. If you .eat wheat food besiircit is the whole wheat Dcrit any oftt, Shredded Wheat contains every particle of the wheat berry and baked crisp and brown in coal ovens with hot tnilk and a dash oFsalt makes a hot dish for a cold day. It no i BH? SUPPORT WILSON LONDON. Dec. M.1 Boworman, secretary of Iho Trades Union Congress, 'on.J Arthur Hender- son, secretory of tho Labor 'party, D.OOO.OOQi lo PrpsldonL associating themaclvca wllli "llielr French coniraclea" In Presl- ilcnl to Eurojie and assuring him of "tbe support ot British Labor in liis coming efforts to realize his have alined n message "on ol i lofty idciils." -The nicssnge ha3 forwarded to tb? American 'embassy In Paris. Mrs. William Allen headcit tlie poll ih'llie school trusteei election in Mooae Jaw. Mrs, Mulrhead was elected lo the Rcelna school board. A else' tplde; i are, too obscure ix> allow ol jre- _ Tbis outb'reai: is'esaeiitiBlIj Hentt cil, bo Ui in Itself ind la Ita camplica- tlona. Including j irlLb.thit sooal propliylaiia as-'are afjalnjt Infection; larger meaaures ol public, health, administered by ECV- ernmeat o'r local authorities, efanj ouUide the Ecope of the present mem- of 1'890. dlspropcrlloDiU ociur-. orandum. Tbe. Individual i mu3t be rraee of i ipcclal symploa, a well- 'faniht to realize, and acquiesce in his i phenomenon In lie of dnty to the. community. Well rentl lated, alir rooms promote TCell bein? ind'to that eitent, at aay rate; ar, to usjkllfal TenLUitldn, and are harm (al; of .tne body aurfaca ahonld ba prevrntfra by wearing u, for example, Rose-bleed' ixg la Bo ImralldmU _ thli, itatemeat int epidemic bms ad' relation' to as Eom liter and and sweeten (ha and they tlearly'love Its pleas- UJle. Full d1rectloo9'foT babies ali afe3 and for prlnUd on eaC-h botile. coantertelt '-tig Ailc your drupglat for ra. boUIe "Ctlifornla Syrup of "VOU Jafe certain tq g'et value A' when "you buy The Underwear that protects -your' health Comfort and your Money.- STANFIELD'S is soft, warm, durable, and is worth every penny your dealer asks for it. Stanfield's Label is your guarantee for genuine underwear satisfaction. i Made in Combinations and Two-Piece Suits, in full length, '__ ifnee and elbow length, and sleeveless, for Men and Women. Slanfeld's 'Adjustable Comtinalions and Sleepers far graving Children. Sarnple showing different and lexlurcs, mailed free. Writt: STANFIELD'S LIMITED, TRURO, N.vS, clllc Influence fluenza. i a prerebtive o! in-1 Al first feeling ct Illness or rlje of temperaluTe the patient ahnuM go to ted at once and summon, his- raeiical AllendanL Tbe caily stages] of an alUct Bre the infective bat Infection may persist throughout; the Illness, and segregation should bd' 1 lure la normal. and compll- tkrt Ilk i, SJT.P j 7-- 'for or liirco fl.iys; much harm be dons by getting too.rarlj'. Xiill and oreretcrlion iluriug conv'al- r6iCence arc frv.LKul of evil coascqvienc- The Tina of Influenza U' rcry MOW AHE IN t Co. sit. ftvinj jwiy a T-CWoi worth Free for l eiHmale. Also three nr' prizes. A coupon ot Jl.OO bt orer. A Complete Range of Sizes of Stanfield's Underwear is Sold by McKELVIE and McGUIRE Our Stock of Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear is well assorted in all sizes MacLEOD BROS. easily eitcnaiya-'rdci-'i ?urcs of rtlslTi'ecttcn .ire rot r.allfd for. 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