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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1, Vm THE LETHBRJDGE DAILY imiALD m^a^amas^m , i i -----.ms- i i i.u!,>vjwkm- PAGE ELEVEN: �:� >  ; ^� o >  o| PERSONAL o > � .:." ? WEDDINGS * � ? ? ? ? > ? �? > ? CURE FOR INFLUENZA ? ? .....? ? Sir,-Following is a remedy for influenza which should prove of interest just at this time: Ingredients; Pure phenol. Calvert's No. 1 (prepared for internal use), 24 drops in au 8 oz. bottle of water, well mixed. Dose: Two lablespoonfuls in a wine glass of i^ater three times, in 24 hours. Children, half the dose. One dose will be enough to prevent; three doses to cure. The dose to prevent should not be taken till I he symplonis of influenza-cold, chill, palna, etc.,-show themseive."?; then one dose will pro-vent it in less than half an l^our. This recipe came originally from a physician in the West Indies, who used it as a remedy in malarial ;ind other fevers. It came into my possession from the Rev. A. 0. Edwards, vicar of St. Stephen's, Norhiiry, W. Croydon, England. To my knowledge it has been used in scdres of cases of influenza, without a single faldira..-Mn. S. K. Bi'ake, Victoria. B.C. The above clipping from the "Na-naimo Dally Herald" was kindly given to the Herald by a lady from VancouVe.-Tn thfc hope that it may prove nc use to sufferers - from  the prevailing epidemic. Miss J. Tilney's Great Reduction SALE or MILIWERY Commehces Saturday Morning, November 2 WHEN ALL Trimmed Hats Are at Half Price Come EARLY and Secure BARGAINS 704 ROYAL BANK BUILDING PHONE 1651 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH . E. HODGSON The minister of education announces Uio appointment of; Jos. -B.'Hodgson, B.A., school'inspector, ; at Medicine Hat, as supervisor, of  consolidatedj schools for the province; Inspector' Hodgson is a graduate of Toronto University in mathematics and science, and of the Ontario School of Pedagogy, As inspector at Macleod and Medicine Hat, Mr. Hodgson organized several successful consolidations, and durin? the past summer he was employed, investigating the operation of many consolidated sqhools in the province.. He understands the problem and is^ deeply interested In it. Inspector L. J. Williams, now of Macleod and until recently in charge of Red Deer inspectorate, will succeed Inspector Hodgson at Medicine Hat.. Inspuotor .R. H. Roberts, M.A., of Vermilion, will take charge o* Macleod, while .'Inspector H. R. Parker, of Foremost, will be transferred lo the Verniilion inspectorate, A new in^ spector will- be appointed to tlxo Fore most division. TOGOVEilNT CivH'Service Fedeialion Dis.sat-isfled With IncreiLse Oflfercd To Meet Cost ol- Living (Buy a Victory ISonil). Ottawa, Nov. 1.--Ur. Frank Grior-son, president o� the civil .service administration, in a ?tutonio!it issued today states that Iho announcement in the press tiiat the govcrnmpiit doen not consider t&Q,,appli(iitioii of iho civil service federation for a war bonus as just and reasonal)lcj, iiomes as a shoftk to liim. The n'tatemciit continues: "In order to bring tli(> .salaries of its employees up to tlie Un-cl of ths! cost of living, the govci-nmeiii. Khoiild not only pay civil servants about $2.25 a day, but should also pay interest on a portion of that aniount due Kince the year 1914. Instea'd of askins for that amount the federation out of loyalty to the Union goyernmont asked for 51 a day (less than onchalf). The government, it appears, is willing to give only 50 cents, or only half of this, less that! half. It has. on I lie other hand, insi-stert that otiier i'lnplnyi rs of labor .shall give the full $2 2.'). K'tiowiiii,' the temper of the service as the ollicers of the federation know |i. the government is being advi.sed lu enter upon a course that will be liaztirdous lo'say till! least, l^oip men arc but rxien. The wolf is .at the door oC thousands of the homes of civil .servants while luxury aboundaouall-Bides The govevnuiont brders that there kIuiII lie no strikes. Louis gave the sartie order !o the starving peasants of France. "Philosophically speaking, ihf; government is-.;cur8ed as the inheritor of its..predece|socs. The fathers of con-federatiottslpeemltted political patjon-ag'ft tocfoad'tlfe, public service with thb'usailds . of unnecessary appointments and the present innocent government in its generation has to pay millions of dollars as the cost of 13 folly of previous governments. Will the government repudiate its legacy and Its, responsibilities or will It pay the price." ^ ::>��.'�:�::' ^ \AOMJTS|tL)li; Lives LOST OttaWa,' nox-. ].-The naval department announces that rdl hands of the auxiliary patrol vessel Oallano were lost when it sunk ftri"t)ct. ;'.0. 191S. The next-of-kin have been informed by the department of naval servlcei^^J!^' ? ? ? DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP But Lydiac^ E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Re� moved the Cause of tliis Woman's Illness. Worcaster, Mass.-"I took Lydia E.' Pinkbam'8 Vegetable Compound for a weakness and pain which used to keep me in bed for two days each month. I tried many doctors without benefit until I was really discouraged. My mother urged me to take Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound as it had helpedhersorauch. I I i^'^l ^� ^""^ """^ \ J;\ ~^Ki\ W * change for tho \ ykJ^-l l\ bettor. I kept on takingitand am noir BO well and strong that I can do ail my housework, oven my washing and I have a little baby who is as healthy r,9 I could ask-thanka to your Vegetable Compound."-Mrs. F. H. STONE, 24 Bowdoin St., Worcester, Mass. Women who suffer from displace-ments, irrpgularitieg, inflammation, ulceration, backache, headaches and nervousness shouldlose no time in giving this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com� pound, atrial. FORECASTS ALLIED (Buy-ia' Victory Bonid). Loudon, Nov. 1.-An aliiejl attack on Germany from the eastward was foreshadowed by George Kichol' Barnes, member of the British war cabinet, in a speech last evening, af'tha American officers' club in London. The armistice with Turkey might have been signed earlier, said :Mr. I3arnes,"but we lield the Turks on a string." He e.tplaiiied that the allies were committed to a-free Arab>stato wtiii Aleppo as tile capital and tliere was no hurry to^get the Turks otit of the war until Aleppo was captiil-ed. Other places a^'necessary to the Arab's ks Aleppo niust also be surrender-c'(?l ' Tlie British have been assfemb-liug ships at the mouth of the Dardanelles for some time atld 'Mi-. Barnes said he understood these vessels had started through the straits. ATROCITIES WERE The Foot Toggery SHOES FOR ALL AGES THE BEST INVESTMENTS IN LETHBRIDGE 1 TODAY Canada's Victory Bonds aind Shoes purchased frorri and fitted by us (Buy a Victory Bond). Washington, Nov. 1.-Sixty thousand Italians held by the enemy to work on defenses in occupied territory already have been released. With "i the Austrians everywhere in flight and. the Italian armies on two wings aboiit to unite, it Is said to be Impossible to foresee where the few enemy divisions that escape will stop running. "As the Italian armies prosecute its vigorous advanc^ most deplorable evidence is coming to light of atrocities by the enemy during the period of in-vasion. In Italy, a3_/in Franc^, the 'fury of the barbarians has been intetise against things and persons. Such fury has been witnessed not only by, Italian soldiers, but by representatives of Italian and allied press correspondents accompanying the advance columns. . . "Everywliere there, are ^ tol?ens,. of wilful destruction and brutal robjjer-: ies. Terrified eye-witnesses^ i^^ri�t,^ horrible scenes. The Italian gbjt$W|i::; ymeilt, the military authorities and the allies /Will not fail to carry out rigorous inquiry regarding abominations committed, of which the enemy must give an account. "Italians found i.ti' freed zones are in ft terrible state. They lack everything because the enemy during' a year of occupation destroyed, burned, sacked and carried off everything." , DISCUSS ARMISTICE Influenza Instructions Regarding the Care of Sick Persoiis SiiiCii Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in tKe Provinces the Following Instructions Will Be of Value: BOTH ARE SAFE AND PAY YOU GOOD DIVIDENDS BUY THEM NOW W. J. Nelson & Co, COR. THIIjld AVE. AND SEVENTH ?iT.S..^S|i4EiRtLC)BKliSL6G. Paris, Nov. 1.-The Austro-Hungar-Ian commander on the Italian front, in. .asking Gen. Diaz for an immediate arniiBt|ceI:ai;gued that under such an 'a'rra.tfgejneiit\VehJaUa ^vould be evacu-" ated witff6ut.' dBt)iageVtp >th(j> cultivated area, according'to "a'o'Budiipest dis-pateh to rinforniatidn. , ', � ' Is Proceeding London, Nov. 1.-Negbtfatlons between the Italian and Austro-Hungar-lan military commander^ tor ^au armistice'are proceeding, according to advices received in Loudon , this afternoon. F.�?htlng may already VaVjI come to an aui. 1., Fresh'air is the most essential requisite to the: coiutort and well being of patients, np matter bow ill. 2. Rest in betj'tor three days after fever has gone 'j*f,urgi.-il to prevent complications.;-J^^'^^; ,-; .3, Pneumonla^^iise?,, should not be kopt iri the samei'j'bdnv v.ith unooinpli-cated influenza cases. . 4. Nourishing food at regular intcr-vi^ls. � i);" Plenty of water or lemonade, 'o!" General unworrifid service, avoid chattGring, n.igging or (juestioning an-:,icipat;eAvants of .sickest ^i^tieijls, con-y(|leace.iUs u-suailST^-ask.'for .what they |.^{ijU. Keep thter.ia'fieiijls in. isolated 'rdtim in separa't^ � beds.' Keep ent in bed all. of tiie .time. (This IJi'ieans patient must not get up to go to the bathroom); Two or thr,'3s pillows arranged step fashion the lowest well under the shoulders will make biteathlng easier. Keep the arms and shoulders well'(*vered. Ventilate the room freely. At the.outset, headaches and backaches are frequent. Cloths (moist but not dripping) to the head, changed frequently give somp relief. Avoid anything that might cause the slightest chill. Care of , mouth; a moiith wash every few hours and cold cream to the lips help to keep the mouth in a normal condition; if patient is extremely weak, swab tho teeth'carefully with moistened cotton applications three times dally. Coughing patients should keep mouth covered when coughing, paper napkins or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are safe and better than rags handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bag pinned to beil-Bide, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the used ' napkins. Chaiige bag at least twice daily, or whenever it becpmes.'half full. The invisible Bpray from the mouth and nose during coughing" and sneezing is as dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients, can be JBaskedi weajt-patients are annoy- m D Food-For thi, unhappy^ feverish lUfitits, lic-!-^ f'n/., lf.9t �>r cold, as preferred, milk, lemonade, weak tea and coffee, broths. For convalescent patients not feverish, soft diet, gruels; cooked cereals, milk, jellies, soft boiled eggs, etc. Food may be kept in a tjiermos bottle. Patients should drink "some water when awake. , ... PRECAUTIONS Prccautions~-All mouth washes, bath water, oxeta, and uneaten liquid food siioiild'be thrown Into the toilet by the attendant. . . All ,bags, napkins, scraps of imeateu food, .mor.tU fiwab,, etc,,. . should be wrapped iiitil,eaM. newspaper.before being, carried to- the 'kltclieri-to bejde-strpyedtyV. burning.; : All linen, BheetB, masks., towels, etc., should be 8ubinergedin:-ia,large kettle of cpld waterintiie sick room, or put in a pillowslip'or. jaupdry bag. This can bo safely carried to the kitchen stove and whep, .c.ontenls have been boiled five minutes anyone may finisli caring for,the lln?^. .When attendant canpot etoji to i.wash her'own hands, door knobs, faucets, .etc., should he protected by,scraps . of newspaper which''may be- .destroyed .after each using, .AtteiJiJonts must be. constantly masked, .must >y.e,ar.big all-over aprons in sick room, changing it to a different one .ialwayp bafpre entering any other part' of, the house... Attendant must keep, facilities for washing .her own hands, soap, .nail brush and p9pfir towels'in'clean pla.ce and never toiich the.,pa!tient or patients utensils with-pui; ' afterward cleansing her own hianda thoroughly. ' RUniiing water' is better and safer than a basin of weak disinfectant kept for the hands alono. Everything used for � the patleht should be kept separately from the supplies for the rest of the houseUold. This means dishes, bed linen,' batJi wrapper.?, towels,Jace cloths, rocking chair, etc. Families can help visiting nurse's' and aids by having hot water towels, ami newspaper ready when nu*es are expected, v.. ^ .:, (Signed) I^ovincial Health Departmeoi; Super-Specials For Saturday Only At "TheBay'V WE FULLY REALIZE THAT SPECIAL EFFORTS AND INDUCEMENTS ARE REQUIPED THESE DAYS TO BRING PEOPLE OUT SHOPPING. THAT'S THE REASON OF THESE SUPER-SPECIALS. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS ONE, FOR ALL WILL BE WITHDRAWN AT THE CLOSE OF SATURDAY'S BUSINESS. , FLANNELETTE SPECIAL Two Bolts of White Flannelette, ... Two Bolts of Grey Flannelette, Two Bolts of Striped Flannelett*, At 26y2C yard Limited 10 yards to each customer. A SILK SPECIAL 3S inches wide Crepe de Chene, in pink, rose, Nile green, green, burgundy, black and. white. Extra Special, yard ............................'___'.:................,,. FLANNELETTE SHEETS A real super-special in these, in either white or grey, size il-4. Jiegnliir !}?,M, for, pair............................... COTTON SHEETS y / An extra large Kize, 72xff0, and a clear white color. Special, each.............,................................i. Myrtle 1.59 3.19 1.59 I DON'T FORGET OUR SPECIAL OFFER OF LADIES' DRESSES At far less than manufacturers prices. This is the best purchase we have over made in this line and is selling rapidly. Don't miss it. LOT No. 1 Worth to $32.50 $17.79 LOT No. 2 Worth to $42.50 $23.95 AXMINSTER RUGS Sizes 9x9, 9x10/j, 9x12. Reguiir up to' $50.00 for ^ $39.95 Only a limited quantity in two patterw oulj'.  lovely rug with a deep wool pile,,. - -./ BISSELS'CARPET SWEEPERS In oak and mahogany finish. Bissels "Cyco'" ball-bearlngr .carpet sweeper. Our regular $5.00. .A'^O Saturday only..................................i::.. rt^^TI JUTE STAIR CARPJEt 65 yards, grey ground with i*ed and green striped border. CQ_ 18 inches wide. Regular 75c, Special, yard.................... v�f C 60 yards, brown ground with red, green and brown bordpr. 22 inches wide. Regular 85c. Siieclal 69c yard............... VtfC  40 yards, green ground', with red border, 27 inches wide. CA_ Regular 70c. Special v.......'.....�.............. ............. 09C DONTI^ORGET That we are clearing out onr entire stoclt of LADIES' SUJJS Per Cent Off REGULAR PRICES All are the very latest modeta-��5ln�lve - and individual?; of .whicli every suit on our racks; Is 'comprlawli "Vou oausave-. dollars on your new fall and winter suit, v ' ~] , 75c SOME SPECIALS FOR "THE BOYS AT THE FRONT" J Khaki Colored All Wool Sox. This is a very special number. Pei' pair............................... Men's Khaki Handkerchiefs. Cotton. Q'Ci Two for ...........................'............... AO|C Men's Khaki Handkerchiefs. Silk. i Cti'l Each............................................awe Wool Gloves. Made,with dome fasteners. British, make. | AA Khaki and other colors. Per pair 7nc and.............. l.UII .Men's All Wool Worsted Hose. Medium weight. Khaki and black. British make.- Per pair ose. IWedium weight. Khaki and | |t DON'T FORGET TO HAVE YOUR PHOTO ENLARGED FOR Saturday willbe the. last day for paeslhg in your order. The > representative will leavei-for fresh'fields! this ^veek .end. Don't delay your order until too late, and then regret it. Men's Work Boots with standord screw Solisa. Made of black Elk hide. Very durable-give excellent wear. Sizes 6 to 10. J''CA Special.............................................. ^.OU Ladies' Bedroom Slippers in'colors of redj greeii, brown awl wine. Finished witli cork covered soles. Sizes 3 to S, J J A Special................................................ ImVt BOYS' BOOTS of strong box calf. Good substantial soles. Splendid'^ for winter wear. Sizes 8 to IOV2 Sizes 11 to 13 . Sizes 1 to 5 . ... $2.99 $3.49 $3.89 Don' Forget Our Furs We arc offering special discounts on all our Ladies' Fars at present, including sets, separate pieces, fur coats, etc. Prices have adfanced tremendously tills season, but our special discounts enable you to procure our well known qualities at a cost approaching last year. Buy your furs here-we have a 248 years reputation as fur traders to maintain. That is your safeguard. f ^ Phone 313 Our = ^ -Pkaiw 313 GROCERY SPECIALS ' Prunes, Griffin's Santa 'Clara, 5 lb. tins, 1 1 A each .............i..... I.IU Donaico Molasses, size 5s. Highest grade, 70c Lifebuoy Soap, O 7 � 4 for ..... ....... Lie Canned Soups (Clarks) Jifk^ assorted, 3 for .�...____. TtVC Jello. assorted flavors. CCw 5 for ............DuC Cocoa, Lowheys and Cowans,.' ViS ......24iB- Is......................... 47c ^oaps, Gold, Lennox and Siin- r'-.''...v.8Sc Sardines, Brunswick braird im-oil, mustard or tomato, ng^;, 9c tin, 3 for............. AtfC ,.Tust received--a 1 fresli ship- ; meat of Table Figs rand.lPaqket Dates. Ask about < them,. - WE DELIVER FREE AT "CASH AND CARRY" P,RICE� m 495611 70100317 ;