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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WE EIGHT. _'ceum Attractions Start Next Week; Get Season Tickets Now .; iF\)r two yows I^thbridge haa en-tartftincd the Chautauqua and l]a� ;vfoundrlUfoodir This-wlu.13,;19i8 LONDON^ Dec. 13,T:iiTI��.. .^jl'^ff^ Cross Imti been awarded.-^ "tM tyl^ rowing: Lmwt. GedrwrKen", ^^a-,, Miajor ^d'^rkland.^Mh;> Cllpt,' Wniiam Krouil^r, ATtiner3f;..U*ut.-.F. John L�eta, Eiilglueers; Ueut. OP^ld /famous lecturers like Roosevelt and ' Taft and Cobb and others, for a vary aiominal sum. MiouiudrBf*! the eohool boafd, and other promdnect citlEt^ns are on this Lyceum � committee, IShey ifeel . that while � tliey ore J'un'aertiiking heavy guarttntebBS. they ��'^' ^l"- 13.-Several score Laren, 19th; Major William MdMas- from man to man, yet the nature of;�t "etectives, the pick ot former Em- ter, 3rd; Major Gilbert Mills, Engl-the virus^is stiU uncertain. It is pes-'P'''"'"" \villmm.s force of sleuths at neers; Capt Thomas Morrow, .4Ui- British Royal College of Phy-' sicians Gives Advice to Prevent Disease In ESigland there was an epide-julc of lnfluen�a last summer. ' The disease at that time was of a mild type, but in the fall the dls-i.tase ansumed a more virulent type, with pneumonia complications, as In this country. The results of the experiences and Investigations of the British medical professions are given below. , The Royal College of Physicians has -----._ ------- - Potsdam, are estaying at Amerongen, Capt James Mossman, Medicals: sibly beyond the ,pre_aent range pt mi- g,,aaowing every movement of �err capt Flnlay"Munroe, Medicals; Capt. croscopic vision The bac Uus d s- jjohenzollern. according to the Amer- Rqv. William Murray, 10th; LlAut. covered by Pfeiffer ,coraliionly Kno^vn ^ correspondent ot the Express, Robert Nelson, 29th; Lieut, .Arth;ur as, the influenza bacillus,, has m the ^^^.^^ to have talked with some Newby. Fort Garry Horse; Lleut.^ past been regarded as the proDauie ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ Hohenzpllern is James Nloliolson, 38th; Lieut. Thomas, said to be in constant dread of bomb Norris.V Artillery; Lieut William Qll- throwers and other assassins and al- ver, 50th; .Ueut. Reglnal Olmsteidi robably is as a secondary Infecting agent Pfeitfer's bacillus, the-pneimiococcns, and, above all, in this epidemic the streptococcus, seem to be responsible for most of the fatal complications of influenza. Infection is conveyed from the sick to the healthy by the secretions of the respira- to^ surfaces, coughing, sneezing, and even in loud talking, theSte are transmitted through, thei air for. considerable distances in the form of a line spray. The channels of reception are normally the nose and throat It is'manilest that, the closer the contact the more readily .win this transmission occur; � The Royal College of Physicians aae ."-.- ------------ , . 4rawn up the following memorandum,; bence the paramount ^importance of "in view of the alarming and contra-j avoiding overcrowding and threaging dictory reports of the present epidemic of ever aort, whether in places of pub-of influenza tiat have appeared intha Ifc resort, piiblio conveyances, factor-public press":- ^ leg; camps, dwelling-rooms, or dorml- The laat few weeks bave now at- torles^ The sum of available evidence . tord�d sufficient experience to per- '^^prs the belief that the period of In-mlt Boms posltlTe statements to be cubatio;i is about 48 hours, or even made. Though the epidemic shows; �c?mewbere less, signs ot abatement In London, it Is Wwere elsewhere; inpreoTer,^lU, ,.ix.=^ _______ -Jtf^pi>�ttect� ctU tor toteUigent M- ly: the cbmplicatJbiis, tidpftUon. The present ejpldeifflc'is'ind much c^^ to avoid or to � TJrtnaUjr wortd-wlde, virrespecUTe ot mitigated these. Such complications :Tace,coininunitr or calling. Similar; mar ^evelbp insidiously, and without ^!'WorId-wUe epidemics occurred in 1803,; previous sign^ of severe illness. Care-1833, 1837, 1847, 1890. The long inter- ftilnesa ^ddes undoubtedly decrease aUsslonSince the last widespread epl-land carelesBness increase, both mor- Complications Add to Danger ,'lie;dangera.of influenza are, graye- , demlc baa already made an early rei-; nppeerance probable, but: tbe condl-itiou: ot uepldemlo preralence ot intln- '/ ansa are^ Shredded Wheat contains eveiy particle of the \^eat beyiyf steam-cooked, shredded and baked crisp and bfown in coal ovens.ShiiqiddedWheat wiA hot milk and a dash cfs!alt makes a to dish for a cold ddy. It recjuires, no su^ SUPPORT WILSON LO>(DON, Deo, 12.-Charles M.' Boworman, secretary of the Trades Union Congress,'and Arthur Henderson, secretary of the^ Lahor \party, have signed a i^essage "on behalf of 5,000,000 workers'" to Prpsident Wilson associating themselves with "their French comrades" in welcoming President. WllsOr^ to Europe and assuring him of "the support of British Labor in his coming efforts to realize his lofty, ideals." -The message has been forwarded to the American embassy in Paris. Mrs. William Allen beaded the poll in'the school trustee electioniln Moose Jaw. Mrs. Muirhead was elected to the Regina sohMl board. at epidemic nas no relation 4^ i to nnskUfuI ventilation, and are harm ft^jOdbilllng of .the body surface shouid be prevented by wearing warm I feverish, stomaoU sour, breath :,.1n&'ijor. has stomach-ache,; 41arrhoea, , sore throat, full of cold, give a tea-; spoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," �.; and in a few hours all the oonstipated poison, undigestfd food and sour bile )!� gentlpn^Dves^oift of Its little boweU wlth'dutrgrlpiiig,eless, for Men and Women. 90 Stdnfieid's 'Adjustable Combinations and Sleepers for growing Children. {Patented). Samplp Book, showing different vieighb and textures, mailed free. - Write: knd it is probable that much may be done'to mitigate the severity of jthe affection and to, diminish its mortality, by raising the resistance ot;'.th6 bodj ftgainst the chief secondary infecting- agents. "No vaccines should be"' administered except under competent medloal advice, ^o drug has as yet been proved to have any spo-ciflo Influence a� a prevebtive of in-fliienza. : -IT . At the first feeling of illness or rise of temperature the patient should go to bed at once and summon, his medical attendant. Tiie early stages ot an attack are the most infective, but infection may persist throughout the Illness, and segregation should be STANFiELD'S LIMITED, - TIWRO, N..S. A Complete Range of Sizes of Stanf ield's IJnderwear is Sold by �Je"printed on each bottle. /" %  VBeware of counterfeltv^.flg j*�ruiR�. L^^l^talned at leasl Ull toe tempera-A�k your druggist forAa, bottle qf tare is normal. Relapses and cpmpll-'jCaMfonila Synip of I^gsthen W cations are much less likely to occur that it is made by "CaJ^^^^^^^^ Fig ,j j,^^ goes to bed at once and STSpi*T*?**.-...;'* remains there till all fever fias gone ?for tvo or three days; much harmmay ' le done by getting about too /.barly. 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