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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX T11K LETriimiDGE DAILT KERALD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1. VMR "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus DANK PRE8IDENT DEAD Toronlo, Oct. 111.-Word bus been received In tho. city Unit Mr. W. F. Cowan, president of the Standard. Bank of Canada, Is dead at Ills homo in Oshuwa. Thn Into Mr. Cowan was horn S3 years ago at, County '1'yrinic, Ireland, and had been associated Willi the Standard Hank for thn purl forty-five years, being nrofllduut. since ISi'ih Ho was president of thn Oshtiwa Malleable Iron Works, mid associated with other Important, industrial companies. Jin was a member of tho Church of lOngnlnd. Ilia death was siiddon lrom heart failure. A DIFFICULT FEAT .EX-JOCKEY DOGGETT : LEAVES AN ESTATE : VALUED AT $300 0C0 ( known player made the statement thn , sedulous practise only added to hi , uncertainty on tin1 greens. I: is ".i-; I to become obsessed with the dam;' ; of missing a holable putt. When thi. ; (Honrs thf golfer may as well prepare | > ' ' to lose gracefully, unlesu. of curse, , v ; : ' �' his opponent is similarly convinced | | that putting is the hardest thine in' \". iv York -An the world. Then there is hope- cor tnafly $'.: The faults of some players are in-. t!f> at-pli ,it;oa eradlcablo. A man who had the r-  ' �t a it:::::;--:� i: :o:i :;]� putation of being a notoriously bad Su-.:vi:,i;> Court y* putter rapidly acquired a unique �,.: ' D .'.!;" n-,,..� on. 1". o! anjn'i In- 1 at.! I liy in ::.e a. Ocean v --. t pro" ,:l " ami ' I ">. it h.s v,;-|..w. A I>,�;;. | ii. Richard' )-.:;.i'd M . j 1' I""%"*Vr B spised club certainly appear to justify played uuV \i a curious Kame, ro'itlfrirut ,-t �.,r,.,i... ',, :,y..;-. �..... :;>' only half a lifetime of pr.tcti ;.;;t,v . ...ii;' rrV , ;. :-nd a eo-or iination of mind arid mil.- !av. T!-..' ,i, ; . , very own. Dotirness, cool judsfetit. rc....t tu-:-...'i .:"i,wi ;>.� -ix comentration. i-onfidcni e. deternnna- a.'t-r u.v.:;:: i' ',i .r'j ,!*' tion are all called for in abuadunre. "j-i",,.".; '" and in no game are courtesy and mod. t,�,.. esty quite such saving graces. 1p he . ,,. final analysis the fascination really j,'a';" >',',', lies as much in it:* power tu disturb a.!,j .,w. pritnal emotions and Its demands on ... , their instant suppression as in the .j',^. ,. delightful physical sensations which tl.' it provides.____ . O'no play.'r't WELL KNOWN ATHLETE KILLED ""? Lieut. Jack Lowes, of Saska'oon, is listed as killed in action In Fram.-. He was one of the best known curl-;rs In the province of Saskatchewan key lead-" r;.iU/e ii u!d be dun-- to- wi'.ere amati Mid titi'i! mr ,,,,, UMK,1 j,,.,,.^..,.,. ,,.r lizs- tint Use w>-a'.!ifr i ihusiaft, being referee of many of t!; most importarit boxing matclies ever held In Saskatchewan. For ten years he wan a resident of Saskatoon and was held in high esteem there as a good citizen and a live business man in 1516 he was president o! the Saskatoon curling club, the year In which one of the best 'spiels the club ever had was staged, lie went across seas with the 24llrd Battalion anil as a soldier he was every bit as enthusiastic as ho was in civil life. Mu.H'.tj? hospital. lip tile 1)1..} FLIGHT OF GAME Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue S,, Lethbrldtje W. H. DOWLINO W.S.COOK IRD3 . THE HAWK Hi FASTEST. i . -: i.-r.-.l v:;ri::*' \>.\ are r,i >tny. ! I>e e i .1 :.. f,r in uiy years ter- sa 11 :i - t-.:. ,| a t tic y  tit. thi � i- not tiie proper r' j;uri'!ilu; witii make  �can--,, tin- dyj>;i-i:: �! inaae. an  '."'ii't well hand. s:::l rcniaiu.s the ion in the province, to this office this A Successful Plater Must Have Cool Judgment and Determination Successful pu'.tinc still remain': a mystery, even ti;o:ii:h there are golfer.-; ! lection of clubs. lb' bought eve:;.- i'.i-.;. !',..�,'� who tell you that it Is only by contin-1 n Mani'.dv.i Ho �-practise, thouch r.ct lonp ago a well-1,,,^ jii.-nade implement naturally cor key Assochuhn official a-v hu ;y ;he;,. ----------- Irects some undiscovered lault of Ii!? ,,.., \r;-'-� own. Tiie result? obtained by the i'.e- |-\u-k year that rf.'.np confirmed late;- by l>r. Hick-of (!;' public health office at t'ai-y. who had been on the ground >v.-i or three days indicates that situation is well in hand although ''.it:'" nltie.- lire tre.ii.'tulons. There bi.'i'aldy five tluei an,I people liv-in tie valley which includes Drum-ier. Wayne and Itosclale. Probably r t.,o:,'s.iinl of thes .'' : r:.i!'i' or less -' district up tn 1. people are af-The deaths In -: evening as office were "8. >ned direct to this Deaths at Drumbcllcr .formation over the phono tills'L.-. however, say., tliat the list lea:lis us i'hei'ke.1 io> is about elk unanimous opinion of all outside !."]-s who have asoie in, j* that tho :r. Sloan, lir  yet approximatelv the p>:ik '�:' vie influetiia load, ot tl." i".�� is of th" legisla--pl' atiid work in their � are a few who have to help organize. They ! � m-r;;aiib'.utio:i a: | A - to all the re.rula- ' .ra half of the prov-i'),-erving them strict-tl." regulation as to > who are di'.incllned with Muyo Brother? at Horhetite,-. Minn , wires: "Strongly advise preparation of vaccine from fresh isolated strains as thoy occur in influenza In various localities." The vaccine has thuw been prepared. Enough for a thousand patients was sent to Canary today. Five hundred or more doses are being used here, and it is being sent to all medical health olllcer.; in the province whose names aro known to this department to be used by the medical men in their districts. It goes out in bottles with a page of instructions. It must not be sold or charged for by any person. It is for j . absolutely frc dispensation. Again this department repeats that the local boards: of health throughout the whole province must meet an I take, action promptly to meet the itituutlon. The department is greatly encouraged by reports frnm dllferent parts of the province as to the splendid manner in which the people in the various localities are organizing to giv arid it makes a special appeal to everybody throughout the province, whether the disease has become epidomio iii the particular locality or not to bestir themselves so that they may present a united .".p."! organized front as we approach the worst stage of the i epidemic The public health otl'icers j can only give limited lielrwwlth iiurs"i.| but this department advise? the peo-1 [lie of the different localities to send! their requests in the facts accurately. Tell us worst, but do not over state necessities, as the helpers therefore local situations GARR03, FAMOUS AVIATOR. DEAD. few days ago hud been able to go out and down town lie was born at Harristnplo, KnRland, "tl yearr, ago, ami cam" to Canada an a young man, settling in ('iiiiuinglon, Out. He look an actlvo part in municipal and political affairs and sat n:t county councillor for Ontario Couutv. In ISliS ho was first elected to represent North Ontario In the Legislature, and was reelected in lflivj, and every election following. WINNIFRED (ieneva, Nov. J.-The American Red Cross announces that Koland O. Garros, the (anion-. Kronen aviator and one of the pioneers of the French flying corps, was killed Oct. �- Mi-s M Sbultz and Mrs. .1. Cook, of Melaii'" were weekend visitors to Wmnifreil. The many fri'iuls of Mrs. L. Carl- milk. Jellies, soft boll- cooked cereal ed eggs, etc. Food may be kept tl". Patients should when awake. Precautious -All mouth washes, assistance* filter, exeta. and uneaten lii|U;d food should be thrown into th.. toilet by the attendant. All bags, napkins, scraps of uto-aten in a thermos hot-drink some water son will Is much in two I F V.\ Ib-t. Some everyboi Colthoi; ,V> den-i Tli. iU>, � Mr-wi'l. M r thr.'Ui wa' 1 be pi, In tier >ee|;s. i'l lib- tised to Know that slo and hopes to be horn. check tl-.- Is ; ami o!,.v i:.','i is reported nu the i : be. ing carried to the kitchen to be de- wa-stroyed by burning.  M All linen, sheets^ masks imvb. etc . to M should be rubmergetl in a large 1; of cold water in Hi" sick room, or i in a pillowslip or laundry bag but please do state; ran ,)0 ^.f,,^. ralTied to the kit. Cross tag ':'' amount \v I. L. Lar.en 1; II. Iiavl-. 1> i' k.'.eti of Prespy, i Wlnnlfreil on Tu"sday CIO' Sat �1. pa- :-,e,l hia the your i are few-.j hould as bo handled by the local > i-. far as possibl people. In addition to or rather sum ing and following advices from lime! to time appearing in the press ai to! the handling of this disease there will ir in all dallies, un Ier the head , instructions I �tile put mis hen stove and when .(intents have l�>eii boiled live minutes anyone may finish , caring for Hi" linen. When atten' i cannot, stop to wash her own hands. | day run lav I' llabka mad" f b'i.�lne"s tri|> I bine l tat on Tuesday. Hansen and niece left on Tip -- f..r �tal North Pakoln. tn attend tlio of Mr, llarisena broth.u-.m. aid  nr r,cl>. yet nu solve-e late; S th" . Ot ie. par' ic lo 1 i. Th.-y real:?... tl loo cold here hilV'- I WO te ! ..... tons l"'"Mi-" .-p'-ctator- do not !:!: to bo l.epi waiting In a chilly rink v. i'heiit action, 'I he off -id.e rule is another that will lik-l iV.^-it -.ion The fi al tall: wilt It'k.dy he a . to Whe'aer they ril'.'lhl adopt the o. II A. rule of ��'. i'in,; pl:i>.-:. oasid.- j, or not. Sotti" (,[([(.:!-� iU:-.U '.'is-- t.'i.-allowing of forv,a;i ;..i- .:i'f .;o:l: !:.�� __gair.i! and are st.-,>�:: lor . :!!:).,;' ' i ,-� CELEBRATED RUNNER ILL. \'h" ,,,,,;,! ".\ \;' ' ,-!"--!-'!" * Montreal, Oct. :il.--F.dou:tnl Fabre " ' '"'!i ' ''" ' '' the noted marathon runnei. 11 daio---: t.,; . ..:,,. t �>�� -.=�> ut- man n ously ill with Spanish influenita at the '''4"'- 1 ' '* " n" ' l" '" '' * �t t the order of mask-,, tin tain ei".!'.t:!iit I'lli'l ked ir. � I can't ii:.d a part in that or irti' "I t While ti �hi the .-la til- table lilost a " 0 I a' e ; p;i!'o \ : 111 ( s;i' d a' wi: ter known wild bod : tiv. The c ai'.v o." ( � io-:i as ;ti; i x- ample of tiie. :ieor t!>,;:.' bird, v.itn a rate of to (����I a .-eesjid, : tid with an aver.-.c  -m 'd of 4". inib . an hour, while to.i:,.-' :;�"!:; of h:.,.l. nt'aitt th-'' ]-eei; '�;: b-;- .a't e;.,.,.; ,,f L'oo feet ,i o'coni'. Hero !- the t .'�! age specil In fli^h' Since In lliieuza patienli iu the provinces the followiiiK InstructlonH w'll be of value.  �:�� tie ,:,br and to accept the I 1. Fresh air Is thf taunt essentia! :v m. di'-al advice from nil leiiulsltf to 'he comfort and widl bi--..:-tri"C were in one northern dis- Ing of patients, no matter how ill. waul! barn that.-just prior! J. Rest In bed for three days after :-iid for the wearing '. an>l the doctor has i :t. Pneumonia cases should not be o ,-. ,tilt carefully and he ' kept In the same room with untomph Ki'ttwn person that took ; rated infliietua cases, datoe that I ;n't today j -I. Nourishing food at regular inter �iwti wi'ii it.fhien/ft. In an a1. tleperal tinworrieil service, avoid '.v-:.' :i.!-hod. some of them 1 chattering, nagging or questioning an-i :-.' 'Ii - |,rlo!- daii'-e, the doc- ticipate wants of sickest pi.tients. con f-r a:,, mo. m- th" not a single per- valesceuts usually ask for what they '"�' ill all retail stores, and backaches are frequent. Cloths '�oiia! a,- -1, ��e,:"i| from ten (o alto, (moist but no; (Irlppingi lo the head, 'i'h' s 11-' -. i  11 .. ! iioard deferred action changed frequently give some -relief until th" i"i|i,e : became more general Avoid anything that might caiiM' the trot" ''.i. it.- and possibly from oib-i slightest chill. Cnre of mouth; a  f tin- province. It would j momli wash every few ho'irs and cold ''.'.-r taat in all larger cities cream to the lips belli to lieep (he so;!:! well go lo curtail iiini- ] mouth in a normal condition; If pat-i:i all offices, retail stores lent Is. extremely weak, swab the ii''h Ilk" places from possibly j tenth carefully with moistened col Ion i '.. V.aa . demand-: conic lo this ; applications three limes daily. ;.iei,' i..i io Hie public health I Coughing patients .should keep :o t 'ah:.;'.!> for a. freer distrlbu-1 mouth covered when coujjhinB, paper IIVP ''. cave is being laken nupkiii:; or three thickneBBOB of toilet dni'ci is have supplle:: to the I paper used only once, are Hiife and Ha n'.n ideiiuis nitty prescribe t better than r�K8 or handkerchiefs, v-ho aie ill, if they deem ii | Keep a mnall paper bug pinned to bed-1 b.ysiciiii'. Is iiracttK- j side, within easy reach of patients I hand, lo receive th* used napkins. Change bag at leas1 twlcn daily, or whenever it becomes half full. I The Invisible spray from the mouth It , ii-cle'n to wire this de-1 ttnd nose during coughing and sneez- i door knobs, faucets etc, should be | protected by Fccapi of newspaper j which may be destroyed after each | using. Attendants mu.-t be con-t.iuMy . masked, must wear bi^ all over aprons in Nick room, changing it to a ditli rent one always In fore entering any other of - Kpidemie influenza" Itiitrin tIons j 0; uir iltl,,,.. Attendant, mint regarding the care of sick person.--. ( j,,,,.,, i;U.uitle, (,,,. washing her own Th,. provincial board has endeavored ; huUl|,1_ MHlj)f nal| brif.h and paper to give these instructions it> simpb'j ,,W,L|,.nt nr patient, utensils with be easily followed even iy th" absence ()u, >tft,.rw,ir�t ''j supplies for the r*> of the h..n-ehr,bt thcustuils of people are nursing ; "rtiii* means dishes, |,.o| !,".,, |,.,u, i wr.ipp-rs-, towels, race -i . . . . I :'u t , MO �."� .... l.'i" f, it','! l-.'. U ciaxhiiaoi , pi ni at w ill, and tl'i  :,c iaci.'"'; I li.'iit is u il-aily what 'he joioo.':' i.aa lo make al- : lowaiii " for. j nu tiio other hand, many wildfowl are jumped and I illed whil  hovering [ over di coy,.; and inovoi;', slowly, and I birds like snipe and quail ate often : killed befoi'ii 11,ey have attained full , speed, j Fpl.ind bird-, are not ofien shot: while passing the I'lin at riithl anglea, j part: in, 1, (in!" IP-ss lie and 'i .'ID to '. d"! :,,:a office ai lion of that Upend that lor thn-. ml ing oi Vllllll lie .If up' ( '.. want par': ' at ('a doctc: pen-d may i > ond nt'-lv law U CASUALTY LIST but going straight away, quarterin:-; or twimiuij, It moving out where ho Is be-reach of drug stores, V..:'. |.'. (J. Forste.', .'lilof 111- ''i't!' moil stating what ho i li-'eles-i to wire this de-or responi'.ibility absol-i. ' i- el-y."ciai)'- under the  :>: ."' e.iec.t can't ko. The bent HP dii .! a; :.;/>! ,',�,,-, til lift that US a prevent a, r. .� liquor I-- wiir.-:-' than use-less, aipl tic b "i- will net be opened. Use of Vn:cina A vaccine hs,.-. icen prepared by lir. .lata': -on, member of the provincial Iioard of In-all Ii. and bacteriologist at. our previiK sal university. Among other eiiiiiii in pi idiua,!  authorities who reconiiii'tid du'ch ifaecine to prevent coieplicai ions and some �ay it ncti as prevciitaiive, K. itosonow, M.O., the fAiiuent nacterioiogi-it who is UOW Ing is aa dangerouH as visible expec-toraiion. Convalescent patients can be masked, weak patients are annoyed by them. Food -For tho unhappy, feverish patients, liquid diet, hot or cold, as preferred, milk, lemonade, weak tea and coffee, broths. F(nr convalescent patients not feverish, soft diet, gruels, THAT YOU MAY LEND i Buy a Victory Hondi. ' Ottawa, Nov. V Today's 'to'iially' list included the following western' men and officers' j INFANTRY J Killed in Action- Lieut. I II (iould.; Toronto. , Died of Wounds-- Lieut V. It from.! hie, Toronto; A D. Mot risen. Mann vllle. Alta.; .f. W. Fadie, Victoria; A. j A. Marshall, Westlo. k. Alia; !> N. j Sheepway, lleffby Cr.-ek. II C. ! Died -T. Andrew, Sqtiilax. lit'.: J 1 Wilson, Kdmonton. J Wounded- N. King, Blood Reserve.; Alta.; C J. F Mass, Coal Creek. 11 C ; j N. .larvis, Bashaw, Alia; Corp. J. | Tayloiv Calgary; P. Murphy. Kii'press, Alta ; II. C. Matthews, Kdinuiiloii. N Moore, .N'ordogK, Alta. MACHINE GUNS Killed lii Action-II. I). Pride, Cul K�ry. Wounded.....Sergt. It. W. Forester. I'incher Creek, Alta. ARTILLERY Died of WoundH-Major A T. Mac-Kay, DS.O., Everett, Muss Missing-J. M. Murphy, Fe.rnie, II. ('. Private Ross Horrowet! an Auto-Strop front his chum -lie used it once und immediately wrote home for one. Don't wait for a requaat from veur -1'idler boy-- inclado un AntoSirop iri ceil Overseas l>.\cl.a,;'-. H^niet!.i'*r Iho th� Aue*-t'.i u i: f ei.o' i.rof I Q t I  .* .(*!.� Prica $5.00 Al lt*4itf tlvrw #v.ryva.r* Auto Shop Safety Ram Co. sj-srooiicSuMt, Toroata, Oat. AuloSlrop 1 1 Store Your Car for the Winter We can store your car for $5.00 per month in the Woolen Mills. This is a practically (ire proof building. We have also made arrangements to take care of your storage battery for $1.00 per month. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK LEAVE YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES IN OUR RED CROSS BOX ;