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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1918 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HKRALf> PAGE THTiKc THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa and Ma's Ideals,of Whal's Music is Slightly Different. By Wellington , I'LL CHX. A DOCTOR-1 YT/Sfcrn5uWlr^W 'sUrTEK LIKE HE MUST BL-j ^"T^f tcepric 15 LEARNING TO ~, . FLAY >1P SLIDE -TROMBONE., A 1 J m> I "WINK HE'S poller ^ ^ C^i \REMAPKABL^ well; ^ I.ethbridge. Nov. 1, 191*. Editor I.ethbridge Herald: i Sir.- In tin- past the Herald in'0 always been daimttessly against �" unlawful profiteers or every shape .mil form. ' In vli-w of thi-i I ask you to puhlb-h  �Mclndi-fl clipping taken from "The ilulde," showing tlii' enormous Pr0' fit;: made by some or the milling Irii"' during tli�! present year. No dollhl yun will remember that about a month ago tin' :ifo.-i's.ilil tru t culled a III'"''' ng in Winnipeg to which prurt(rally every miller In t'anacla bled himself At that meeting they decided to In-rtP.uo tlie price of flour .10c per lisirrfl tow h.tdly they needed the Ini'VCii"' iho 1::rt1 s percent, profit on eonim"'i .lock owned hy llin Ogilvlo shurcheld- .lour rould he mllhil and sold ret'11' .'or l.'.iirt per hundred lbs., at � i:"''! ;.rof|t to the millers and relallen- The loml millers denied your 'tit'' uient. hill that It was true tin; encM-""' ' lipping will 'how. If you i ould only see tho book� "' tho lural milling concern.: you won'' 1 find that their piollis are not far '"' hind til- IVlUle MilllllK Co Sincerely youri. .1. II. JACKSON \it..r!i. d h the nrti-ie ir-.r.:. C.i'.ll i;ro'*e:"'- Cilide. I'. i' ill-' milling Indulry of : i. "'i.ii in,; .hi iiripi. .v Ivti.'eiily pro I" mi' tin.i- of it,.-i mill.- .- t by t.'.i Vtiatu i- .-.he.!' � ell'id 'I lln' ..IIIlU.ll III.'id llU;.. hi' Ii �!�'' i'i|ei lie uiiilini; i'ohUi.ii.''' " held !:ir,n.; ' pa.-.! couple of ��"'" i ifii-.. 1th :!n- fir.:.:" repiint-. from''-" ''j-iiiii; flii.iin i.il jmiriKilr, of Montfi �'� Oil Toronto, miiiiii arli -. of t!io-e �m.il  t.Hi !in",r  i  iliri'i- u;' tie '"�' :iill!;ng coa.p.-.iile , 0(i:lvi(! Flour Mills Co. � 'r �� l'..e i*.:..i!n-sal Tiui'-. , of M""* ' i Hie ,.f >';,. ill-tit : Limited, tor .In I- lllini! ::h eleliim AUKUlit last, i'l^'^i u.t' .it i'llllr-ote i'V IHOriintf. The v:-!hl- pjufu, f,,r tl;,.. )V�r. C'h'.irly n�!ilhl'",l In Die fni i.if, ni>'"- i �' d- du'-tiiiK the pirf�-r- re'l illMileml ti.-'i. I'l-inaiii . avail."*! e for the rulitll'Oii tor,. | lit- �um of *-�l-r.. tl 1 or ... �: ; jr. p,.r i.-nl '� ' lite y. llilt ihl- i- li> a . means the pro'ilii 'or ;lii� yi-.ir. Mine llui li.i!�'>'.!>:�' � r--.ition of a ���*" "r*;.-.; aii-Hiiut .mo a u.-w rontinK ' aerount hu* 1> i-ii iii-:'.-,.d. aiiii'!iu!i;iS to $1..",!>�;,Hi?, tyii.'iout any a|i|>ri�l>'l*" tion for thai purpose li.tvliiK !�-'�� made out of n.i- pro.'ii and Ii'-' il" r.iuii' It in Hie:.-fo..-, ii'iiliiit i'-iSt :hiii �l.r.!i-'..in: .- .u'luilly pi'olit^ lii-�>i>> hut not ^.�m.eil ?! roimh ihe protil eonnt s* holders durinK tho year i iurludini; !>ia amouii pa'd out for their fr cent, on the common stock against 7.3 per cent, a year cro and P� cent, two years �ro." Lak* of the Woods Milling From tho Monetary Times, of Toronto:- "A new high record in net piofits has been made by the Lake of the Woode Milling Company, for the y'le to bond redemption account-" makes a lnllil $-100,000 set. anldi. t, rnju,.m the '. if much more "iviiriiliifi than th"' '"' the previous year. -11,0 ,,,( profit-;, after providing for depreelatlon. w,'r'' i"i".:i,'jM, coni-pari'd wjt), $;j7(i,74-'i the hist, year, and 5 'ir'.'Jl ] i.hn year befure. '"1'hi. (juarterly dividend on thn pre-'�"red Htock al t'�" rate (if four per ' "nt. per annum- fitisnrbpil $i5S,B0fl". "�re was j,is, triinrfnrre'l to conllnir-reserve the 'if $-00,000, :ind $",oo,iioo tn caii'tnl re-servo. "Those funds now ?tand at $1,000,-' ,M nnd $1 ,!",o0.iiii'> respectively, in � hear in mind the sort of world t hall have to live in unless :i militarism 'I'" Toyed. Consider, ' esample. the 'I"' unit-ni. laid before I'-rltish lion-" � Ilecoilie VII'-K 'iy enemies." I i 'her- Is-, to he an- ' t '.veiny, o|- Illll'l V re Would In' ii unknown of de-��'".� oi the lninian 'U-. rnthlesMies: � t!'-w extension-; of re.illlts of srir|:- i!i-ic,i\ery. Ii' *hirh Cicrma.iy h-d '���� ay in tf>i-* That is what tpeoples of the �"'�rbl must male Imperil,),, hy fu;lit �'iK tills war to ' finish. "1 imt Is why ! we Canadian* '' homo must put ' oiv visible dollar into Victory Hum!..-. ' > THE FIRST OLITY OF US ALL * IS A BIG TASK 2,r>00,000 To He Printed I'or Victory Loan Issue of 1918 in � act' i' d. climbing I1" iio,000 bonds printed; this year the number Is L'.fiOO.nno. Last year there were SilO.OOO bond buyers; tills year it 1^ expected there will be over a million subscribers to the Loan. An Attractive Design The bonds are of four denominations: S.-,n printed in blue; $100 in i;i"en; $."it)o, in olive, aim yl.Ouo in h.'own. The size Is about half of that of ia.-i year, thus effeettnt; a savins in paper and labor. In the maklni; of bonds about ::"'>> people are en^-a^ed at i he American IJank Note Company 'i plant in Ottawa, it ivuuire.'. about three months to complete the various processes of hond-makliifr and the workmanship is of the most, expert, character. In the engraving Is combined lor purpose.-- of Hceurity processes of various kinds and machine work, also that of the picture engraver the letter encraver. the work of the geometric lathi; t yrloidal engraving machine for line patterns. All this is assembled in one pinto, thus making it difficult, for one engraver to counterfeit. The tints are also In the nature of a similar protection, in maklnt' a design an infinite amount of labor is, involved. Then the design Is worked by band on a steel plate; the plates are hardened to pr'-pare them for the printing, hammered and rolled and various other processes followed before tlm plate !:; ready for the print-in!;. An Intricate Operation When they are ready for that opera- TEMPORARY CHANGE IK TRAIN SERVICE Account. Influenza. Kpidomlc effee. live 12.01 a.m. November 2nd, trait No. 511 from Medicine Hat to Cfilgan via. Lethbridge and Aldersyde, wil! run on Monday, Wednesday and Frl day. No. 62 from CaiRary to Medicine Hal via Aldersyde and Ijethbrldge will run on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sat unlay. No. .122 from Edmonton to Calgan �will run daily except. Sunday. No. fi,'i:; and a2l between Calgarj and Kdmontou will be withdrawn. No. r,27 and S2S between Hardialj and Kdnmntnn will he withdrawn. For further particulars apply anj C. I". U. Ticket. Agent, or J. E. PROCTOR, I)Istrict PiiHsoiiRer Agent, Calgary. j tion the paper is wet, or "mellowed" j In order that It may take tho ink. I There are three operations In the print-I lug. The first prints the color In the i face; thn second the reading matter on tliu face; the third the color on the back. The sheets then go to thc drying room and then to the finishing room. Kach sheet is carefully examined for possible defects an .;. .> frirain �li'"�er'� nulde). The Introducers �'f poison gas lu a -'1 tare have In "-rtalu ways a dla- "Ui craft ani! niM'ety |n their uieih *d Veterans' Chib Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOAfcO MCEN8B MMMaCN 2-0. 1. Fresh air Is tho most essential ri.xiuisile to tho comfort and well being of patients, no matter bow 111. 2. Host in bed for three days after fever has none is urged to prevent romplii ati.vis. I'.. I'm unionia cases should not be Kept in ihe same room with uncomplicated inlluenssa cases. 4. Nourishing food nt regular intervals. I 'lent y of wnter or lemonade, i'.. Ueii'-'-.il unworried service, avoid chattering, nagging or ((uostlotilng an-ticipale wants of sickest patients, convalescents i.Mially iisk for what they want. Keep the patients In isolated room in separates bods. Keep patient in uni all of the time. (This mean, patient must not got up to go to th,- bi.Mirooini. Two or Hire-.! pil-hn":i arranged step fashion the lowest wo'.' under the shoulders will make breath,ag easier. Keep tho arms anil s'.ioulders well covered. Ventilate the room f'.vclv. At tho outset, headaches and backaches nro frequent. Cloths (moist but not dripping) to tho bead, changed frequently give some relief. Avoid anything that might cause the slightest chill. Care of mouth; a mouth wash overy few hours and cold cream to tho Hps holp to keep tho mouth In a normal condition; If pat-lent Is extremely woak, swab tho teeth carefully with moistened cotton applications throe 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 or handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bag plnnod to bod-sldo, within easy roach of patients hand, to receive the used napkins. Change bag at least twice dally, or whenever It becomes halt full. , Tho invisible spray from tho mouth and nose during coughing and sneezing is u� -dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can bo masked, weak patlente are annoyed by them. FOOD Food-For ihe unhappy feverish JL'*U"tits, liquid diet, hot or cold, as preferred, milk, lemonade, weak tea I and coffee, broths. Kor convalescent patients not feverish, soft diet, gruels, j cooked cereals, milk, jollies, soft boll-! ed eggs, etc. I Food may be kept In a thermos bot-j tie. i'at tents should drink somo water ! when awake. PRECAUTIONS Precautions^-All mouth washes, bath water, exeta. and uneaten liquid food should be thrown Into the toilet by the attendant. All bags, napkins, scraps of uneaten food, mouth swab, etc., should bo wrapped In clean newspaper before being curried to tho kitchon to bo destroyed by burning. I All linen, sheets, masks, towels, etc., j should be submerged in a large kottle | of cold water In tie sick room, or put , in a pillowslip or laundry bag. This can be safely carried to tho kitchen | stove and when contents havo been i boiled live minutes anyone may finish curing lor the linon. When attendant cannot stop to wusb her own bands, door knobs, faucets, etc., should bu protected by scraps of newspapor which may bo destroyed after each j using. Attendants must bo constantly | masked, must wear big all-over aprons lu sick room, changing It to a different ' one always before ontoring any other part of tho house. Attendant must j keep facilities for washing her own' j bands, soap, nail brush nnd papor | towels in clean place and >never touch ; the patient or patients utensils wlth-] out afterward cloauslng hor own I hands thoroughly. Running water -Is bettor and safer than a basin of weak disinfectant kept for tho hands alone. Everything used for tho patient should bo kept  separately from tho supplies for the rest of tho household This means dishes, bed linen, bath wrappers, towels, face cloths, rocking chair, otc. Families can help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water towols. and newspaper ready when nurses aro expected. (Signed) Provincial Health Department In aecordanre with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, Petitions were received on August. 19th by the Minister of tin; Public Health Department, liidmontoti, asking for the creation of a Municipal Hospital District including tho territory described below. '''implying with these Petitions, the Minister established the Tuber Municipal Hospital District on August. 20th. Following the establishment of the District, the Municipal Councils in the said district, in accordance with the terms of the Act, duly appointed a Hospital Uoard in said district. Tho Hospital Hoard met and prepared tho scheme outlined below. This scheme is now under tlie direction of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, to I,.: advertised throughout the said Dis- , trift for a period of fourteen days, fol- : lowing which, providing all other conditions have been compiled with, the 1 scheme will be finally approved ami a date fixed nut exceeding thirty days ; from the date of such approval, upon which the ratepayers of tho said district will be called upon to vote for Hit! adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory Included iu the Hcspltal District is as follows: (a l TOWN OF TABEU. (b) VILLAGE OF (.JIIASSY LAKE, (cl MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No. 65 Hit fMi'UOVii.MKNT UIS'l RIC'T NO. (ill. . {�-) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No OS Township lu, Itiuigc, 1'! west, of the river, ami Tow:iahip 10, Ranges 17 and IS north of the river, Township 11 Range 1G, west of th*1' river, and all of Township 11 Ranges 17 and 1-S. The Hospital scheme submitted by the Hoard upon which the Ratepayers will be asked lo vote, Is as follows: Pursuant to Section 7 of the Act (1) To purchase the Taber Hospital now operating in the Town of Taber, at a prico of not exceeding $7.r,UU, to include laud, building;! ami equipment as at present existing. (2) To supplement the revenue from taxation by a schedule of fees as under: bona tide ratepayers and members of his or her family at a rate of $1.00 per day ami $2..10 per day for non-ratepayers: that the feu for operating room shall be $2.00 tor minor and $0.00 for major operation. (I!) (a) To assume ihi: existing debenture indebtedness of not exceeding $7279. tho purchase price of the hospital. (b) To creati; a further debenture of not exceeding $5000 for tho purpose of providing and furnishing a nurses' home and also to further equip tlie hospital. (41 To repay debentures amounting to $7279 on original busis nnd to retire further debtnturu issue of not exceeding $5000 lu equal annual instalments with accrued interest. Distribution of Maintenance and Capital Expenditure! (.",) Capital: Repayment of instalments or principal and Interest of existing debentures $7.10; repayment ot principal and interest of new debenture to bu created $8.10........$1,000 Maintenance Salaries ot nursing staff ami other help ................. $7000 Drugs and dressings ........ 1G0O Fuol and light............. 600 Provisions and supplies ..... 4000 Secretary's salary and stationery ..................... 350 Repairs ................... 1500 Hank interest. Insurance etc.. ;!50 Organization expenses .....'.. 400 Robatcs and nonpayments 743c Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 Now P. Rurns Building. Corner 8th Av�. and 2nd St. Iiast, Calgary. Offlco Phono M28-13 Residcnco Phone M2077 Interne nnd House Surgeon. Manhattan Eye. Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery- Sales conducted i.-i any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency. Leth-bridge. Phono 1809 (Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon bo here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul cd by us. Expert work. Hot atr furnace work a spe-� .alty. Phone 1713 330 8lxth 6t. 8, Lethbridge, Alta. DRAYING or AH Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. R. Pr�l|M PHCNII OfflM ........... 1f�� taltlev ........., $25,236 Revenue Estimated foes from pationts.. $2000 Government grant ........... BOO Operating room feos ......... 200 From taxation ............... 22,536 $25,236 (Divided at follow*) Part Rural Municipal District of McLean ................ $3090 Rural Municipal District of Eureka .................... 9531 Local Improvement District No. 66 .................... 7688 Villago of Grassy Luko ...... 461 Town of Taber ............. 1760 $22,D36 Ad O FURS-FURS-FURS Hlflheit Prlcei Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8, 264-0 TRY A HERALD WANT AD THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contrmctins of a,ll klnde. Agenta for th* World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 61  4th Avenue Don 3M Phone 735 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, balance crop. Best buy in district. bait CHAS. T. COUSINS KIPF, ALTA. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LKTHDIIIDC.t HOTELt PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLC8EO CAR DAY PHOtyK 1141 RES. PHONE 428 Tractor Repairs We speelellie in reborlni im tractor cylinder*, end ftttlai oversize piston* end rings. We have In etock at prelent overalls plstoni for all poyaleY makei of ga* uwotora. Ford Enfinee RtbereJ NtVEN BROS. 218 let Ave. a. Wwne) 1711 9999999 ;