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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 30. 1019 N.C.411WIK BURST. Mar Veiled .Slates itwrnship' Georjo. Washington ttis picked lll> this 'messaje: "X. c. lauded for today. Will tlouo tomorrow." The message ivaa sent by a destroy er .but aiJ nol live iwMlIoii or Hie [lading. Tht naial officials her.- are of tin- ojHtriou tliat Ihe will rtfDisio I'.if Mor.'lego river oier lliyhl Mac-hire Is 0. X. WASHINGTON. May she Uiulttl MotiO.-EJ river. Oil miles nurih or Die I'uliet! lUY.'.l si'JpLdMe N. C. 4 i? O.K.. ing to a from Liem-riMnmai'. tier RejJ. received lotlay a: llie luxy .-Tin- i N I'. lus been re- Can't Make Plymouth DHKST. re i veil hcic: N. r, i at Mxideso river. atviiil. INK'I ilMp'.ane ran- make Pi> rWui'j Request destroyers 10' keen stations. What Is best port lo'laud se.ipl.r.ic within 3Oil miles." No Given Commiiifler Read, of .V. C. 4, sent n''further could "not'. make touigbt The plane j was nol (iani.Tged ivhea ?ue lardeJ. j The message fitm Lieul.- Commander Hra-.! did uoi sive any J reason why ihe C. 1 lauded. Ii huVevpr. ifcai he nmsi wait higb. title. He tbc a-jthorUios what part he should land at. Influenza Waves 87 Years of Growth this" Bank been .t: lervin j ihe'C inidiin public Its ttfudy grovvih in asicuuid deposits is as much a inbute to public confidence in its integrity H to iti own clForis. I'OUT would gladly received ihe regulir in- terest and ullimalt benefiii will, be decidedly welcome- to you time goes on. e Fund- l.'.M.WIi liO.OCO.WO ITHE BANK OF I NOVA SCOTIA Bolshevism In Canada a Italloi. The barber who (.Toronto Globe.) A prowlncuil wrsleru hisine who bas mucb. lo do wilt >hb new wootk-u jmer "VVBi1 I'OtisEratleti by (riaul Homo here llu> iui- i.iuiiUlous board. Tliy eleainoi launthc'l iiito lUo wumii o> Courlenay Huy, SINN FINN P. AhHtSTtD 1 May LaurencV Uul- neJI. >Viu member Of jmrlltnuint for West Meaili, WRS arrested today on clinrcon Iu connecttoo wlUi A speech delivered ut Alhlone. ('ommutie. letter ia datei March ItWi, and directs I vimlly now ooJt1 of Inws ueceFsary. j-'wheii pai'ieiy ha.s to bo made over nfiau heart V _A gat DEI the terrible lyriuhy Uial dc- urives'men of their btnues. ihfrfr sav- rlshi to vote, their equal- Uy before ihE' law, no !s ito attain the proletarian nean f mitted. Public mceringF are barred ,ire lo opiwaenU of Ibe Soviets in thc steps (akfn are "'.he Ma, while hi Hungary. Mr. Alsberg of banks, of hoiises. ofltelU us: "To uld-fashloceJ this IP. of ticiories. Tlierc' dictatorship, of ihe iirolelarui may ilo the S10.COP level. wage scales .which- 1 ]age of oppressive. There is. for stance-, no such as a free press All ihe newspapers Uava rile ciaclly nnJ oro (By Me-JIc-al Cnn-es- pondenll It must be lhat the dis- cussion oa influenia ai Ihe clinical tiie Ilrtrirh Medical .Asso- ciallon ys-lr-nlaj did HDL us ninth in cur fenowlcdgt o[ ibe disease. of wbat was siid has bocii said before, bill, at the same certain uf ihc papers were of ini as individual conLribulions 10 a, very vexed question. As we lively Lo the ihe .paper of Major Bowman (he gerru discovered by ._ h he a group of workers, o[ one and of which tbo laic iTsJor J. l.-Couaor. A.A.M.C., Trere ihe proved Ihe iraporEa.ni. A very de- taited account if tliis researcli has al- ready appeared in Tho Times. lhat it Is only necessary to add to this the acateideai ihai ii was foiipd impossible obtain FfeiTter's bacillus (ilie ger.m -MhUhcrco regarded au the inCluenza in blood cultures in 50 ol influenza, virile Mreplococci were is- umitrii only three timps. The cooclus- ion was reached ihat some other or- are the with drawal of bank tight T i munih. Also there are laws which Government. ihe abolition of triul give ihe a lotal monthly wage j by legal prottsy. the .Bolshcrlsls have ol over {COO." adiled the ihroltlins-of For Tne home, lit? very foiimluiion ofJHll except Ihe coiurnissariea aiMVlioir civiliiatiou, is swept away by the Hun- camp 'ollowers life under such ,-con- pariau Cotnmumsis, as id has bccnl'lUions must be Almost unendurable, by the Russians, for the communion-1 The autocracy oi Ciardom has been t.'on of bouses ijj? FurremJTjOutdon? by Ore autocracy of ihe-Com- to the slate not only of the ownership muci'. Ho the Canadians who cheer of ihe house ihai shelters the family.! for the "Cue Dig its but of the rJeht lo decide who shall) shevlst appeals, underslmid thai ouo be within each house. In of ihe. [irst measures of the "lleds." Petrograd surplus rooms Sir the home a were they Jo succeed in, imposing their Henderson Lake 1 PAVILION OPEN '-BOATS FOR HIRE SUITS LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED CREAM VARLOR .All 'under new ;-who iriJl give n serrice Ili'.Vt tbe will appreciate'. NICOLASKOURY MANAGER AutoOwnere! liavc increaafiJ our ser- vice staff, endeavoring to give yon lite lie.-i serrtce TIRE SERVICE CO. 'SCHULTZ NEEL i OPPOSITE NO. I.FIHE HALL tiian the Pfcilfer.bacillus-was j responsible as primary cause or irillu- and later a filter-passing germ found which IE "ia all the cause of influenza Captain Greenwood. today." dealt of good ciiitens were occupied by( all sorts of undesirables on Uic orders of the touimunil aulhorities. Scarcely dangerous to civiliza- tion Ihsn the destruction of tlio priv- acy of the home is the exclusion of all c save manual workers, from the epidemiology of the dlieaie, parlicipalion in Ihe government ed that we must that (here was no clear cut formal dlf: ference hetween iti-c ouiSi'c-ak ol 1SS9- 90 anfi lhat ot 191S. Discussing Tarious theories, he inrtictled that the course of aVepIdemlc depended on several COMMERCE t GARAGE AT Auto >anri -Tractor Repairing alJcHim'i'Mrnj 'Vulcanizing a Specialty All Hetrearl .Tire3 guaranteed for 2555 '10% allowed OD Ihe purchase of new llrea for olfl tires.. a complete slock pr Ford parts. -Auto LiTery. H. GREEN, PROP, All Guaranleed AreYriu Celebrating on get your Posters nul- early. The Ilcralfl will print them. These willi a little ad- vertislnp breach [sctors, includms'iniectiTilv, bv which was meant the number ol persons an subject was capable of infect- ing Jn 111e unit of and auscepM- tillly. As regards recrudescence and that ol llift past winter coincided wiih J c-liaoges of vealher. But we could: hardly call Ibis conclusive until such spFcific qorrelBlion was fonnd lo jirc-1 vail over a wider field ol dbscrraiiou than lhat or" Western Europe. Dr. had sioirn -tbal jLaiidon measles epldeiaics since 1S3S .possesi- ed. Inter alia, two independent per- iods of respectively 97 and lit weeks. "Now. it similar Caplain Creemrcod continued, "not eiact mul- tiples oMhe salar year, were found in the case of Infiuehsa, and if. further, suppose llial Ihe orert manilesla- lion of an Epidemic depends upon the realization of particdlar metcrologleal conditions, then that, as the dales ol emergenre move round the year.'there will be series ol years in whicK the prevalence ol disease is loo slight lo atlrart uolice. Ultimately ihe' hour when period antl favorable extern-' i al conditions coincide strikes and then the epidemic materializes" He than fa- il ted his flufiienc'e'to consider the pos- sibility thai the first second epi- demic3_of last year the periods oljiwo ciiatincL a i rains-.of geruis, "or, ii the reader prefers it, I wo armita of Infetting This troujd furnish an ezplanation ol the faclrof our wares at nil In ill (a particular Tear and not haTlhf? them years. As re- gardi the .degree of immunity eonfer- 1 red-by oAe attack of influcn7a, tbli ffas evideotlj-'quiLe considerable. Oth- i er iheoriea were 'dealt with, and Ihe arguments for and against Item stated. L Uerringham dealt wilh .the clinical Ihe-dlseaso and! 1 ita apread In Ihe Army in France. So' [infectious Aas H that a brigade ol av- I llllery h'ad 'one third ot iti whole laken ill wilhln 48 noan. In tht First Army between May 18 anrt I July 2 there were The early epidemic was" slight, tho latter rcry severe., fie much (stripped (o'ash jwhetbcr (Ire present disease was Influenza al all, or, it so, whether il had not considerably changthcro the same "waves" wore experienced as on shore. Major Xorman White declared thatjn Odob- er anrt N'ovcmber, ISIS. India was In the throes of an 'epidemic In many 'rcsptda wlthoat parallel In Ihe 1 Ofjrftl dfscasc..In a1 montVu fn (ITS I British provinrei .ilon-i occurred out cit '.WMQMI J habllanls. Central Indian Slalca lost d par cent, of {heir pojmlatton rind one loaf per cent. Villages were wiper] oul and many'othera loal halt Mhcir populalfon. Terribly scenes I occurred; such scenes had never born before. Tyson, of stone, baid he had heen ilirouglt all (he J know nrhlntf inL iSc (orv l4 Mi- J epidemic, 6cturrcnre in 'youth' ;uid ]freciucncy c( rtlapir v.-tre ihe now rigns and ajmi-tomp, the it thus: "Another to the is, the law governing 'the j soviei elections. Tii ibese 3iis only wording people 'can capitalist will be nlloweil lo views'lipoii ihe pttiplc'of this couatrr. would uc pie nociallzadon of a slop privacy of-home life.-'and ultimately of home. Itself. In miniori 'olj'jj "of workmen's the themselres" How would like the idea of turning tlieir liomrt over a-Communistic i tale so that the least "least elements of the cotr.rr.unity ivonld be come equal owacrs of the houses built by years 'of'sleady thrift? PURE FOOD MARKETS Saturday Specials Big Drop in Price of Butter TOMORROW WE WILL SELL Choice Fresh Churned Coldstream Creamery al 1 Per Poiind 6Oc. f HPMJJ'RENDERED BEEF DRIPPING With the prevailing high prices of Lard, etc., ihis will' be a big saving for our customers. A limited quantity only. While it lasts Per Pound 3Oc. Try Burns' Tomato Real Treat i Our Shamrock Cure Is Unexcelled Try our Shamrock Bacon, Shamrock; Ham. Shamrock Peamealed Back, Sham- rock Cooked liams. P. BURNS CO. Limited MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 412 AND 1383 DOMINION FISH MARKET LICENSE NO. DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TH ST. PHONE 1554 fnftr fjtafib Bridge THIS SIGN; identifies i store that sells Ingersoll Watches. It shows that the store has all the Ingersoll models. The Mapleleaf have known ,for a quarter century. In addition the dealer VilPshow you theRadiolite time-in-the-dark watchers thatwork 24 hours a day or dark. And helll show yojl the jeweled Ingersolls, the Reliance and the Waterbury, time in Ike Antlktr 21-kvur a Joy vttet }S.S6 There's an Ingersoll for for every need and every, pocket book, iSome models are best suited for boys, some for. women, others for workers, business men and farmers. the dealer help you choose. Ingersolls are guaranteed in every million sold. You'buy for7 quality when'you buy an Ingersoll. ROBERT H. INGERSOLL BRO. 128 Bleary Street, Montreal, P.