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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta "^ONDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAUD PAGE Thhbh;. THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'3 Pa and Ma's Ide^^f What's Music is Slightly Different. By Wellington PROFITS Lethl)ri(lge, Nov. 1, 1918. Editor Lethbrldge Herald: Sir,-In\the past the Herald has always been dauntlessly. against all unlawful profIteerp of every'shape and form. In view of this I ask you to publish enclosed clipping taken from "The Qulde,"' showing the enormous profits made by some of the iriilllng trust during the present year. No doubt j-^u will remember that about a month ago the aforesaid tru.^t called a meeting in Winnipeg to which practically every miller in Canada hied himself. At that meeting they decided to increase the price of flour 50c per barrel. How badly they'needed the Increase, the 136% percent, profit on common stock owned by the OgHvie sharehold-- -ors will show. No doubt you also remember that '�whbn the pffce of wheat was fixed In ' Canada 'the Lethbrldge Herald came ' out "boldly with the statement that /fiour could be milled and sold retail for lolOO per hundred lbs., at a good pi'otit to the millers and retailers. The Ideal millers denied your statement/but that it was true the enclosed clippinif will show; If you could only see the books of the local milling concerns you would � find that their profits are not far be-, hind the Ogllvie Milling Co. Sincerely yours. . J. H. JACKSON. , Attached .Is the article from the 'Grain Growers'. Guide.. ;^^TJiat ,tl^Q,niiHink.lu'duptry 'oL .> .:..;. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? (Grain ' Grower's Guide). The introducers of poison gas in warfare have in certain ways a diabolic craft and subtlety in their methods. Seeing defeat inevitable, and knowing that invasion of Germany would be fatal to their dynaslic sys--tem of autocratic militarism, they endeavored a few weeks ago to secure tin armistice, feigning a sincare desire for "a just peace." .,, . Their real purpose was twofold. First, they wanted- to gain-time, and also.to entangle the Allies in negotiations and p'ai them in a > false light, for the effect upon the Gorman people. '.Second, to weaken; if possible, the morale of Canada and the United States, so as to hamper the siiccess of the "Victory and Liberty Loans this fall. I \ , We Canadians at home, mindful ot our duty to the men at the front, must not let ourselves to be affected by this subtle poison gas blown out from Germany across the Atlantic to us. We must .not let ourselves be Infected by the mado-in-Germany germs lot loose to produce in us" a delusion that the war is as good as won,, and that we can slacken up, and that there is not as great a need of our buying Victory Bonds now as there was laSt year. There is greater need now than ev^ of buying Victory. Bonds, There is greater need than, everof'gtannch'and resolute � waf effort. ' Hear -Lloyd George:-' � ' Our people have always faced diffipult times with courage, and with endless readiness jfor, necea-sary sacrifice. It requires a dlf-.' ferent kind of resolution to go on � saving and lending -when the springtide of victory has begun to flow. It is therefore .well to remind ourselves thatit is .just as urgent for up to go' on. helping ; now as It was during the dreary months of Inarch, April and June ' of this year. There will be Uttle use in having^aved.the aituation j If we are to throw it away for ' want of enduraiiCB tciday,' liE is'no to reach the heiphts. where we can see tne plain o? victory at our feet. We mi\flt;OCC)jpy it,. ' . , , And hei^r" the wftrnlnK- of Eloyd George's cplIeBgue; In the British' government,' who is in. charge #f the Admiralty, against any giving way to the delusion ..that thej*fe is .not a- greater heed now than ever of ef-, fort and energy-to win the war. �Says Sir Brie Geddes:^ "-� r There can be'no gi'eater peWl to tlie cause of iiborty, decency dition to. which there is a tnerchandise reserve of $500,000, making &: total of $300,000,000." No Less Than 68 Per Cent. From the~Montreal Gazette:- . "That the Russell Motor Car Com-; pany experienced a satisfactory per--iod for the fiscal year ending J61y 31, 1918, is evident from the aiinUal report which has just been Issued. 'WhUe the not profit of $628,581 after taxes,; etc.;, was about $15,000 less than {fflir the previous year, the balaivce earned on the common stock was at^he rate of no less than 68 per cent." L A. H. Roosa Dfaying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service ' , to A'ny Train When Called.- � PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South 1^ DONT FQREET THE WARVETERAIi i WHEN YOU HAVE A I JOB TO OF^^ER f PIbbsg noNFy  SecV Velerwit' Club Phone 372 7 three months to complete the various processes of bond-making and the workmanship is of the most expert character. In the engraving is combined � foi^' purposes of security processes of various kinds and machine work, also that ot the picture engraver the letter engraver, the work of the geometric lathe cycloldal engraving machine for fine patterns. All this is assembled in one plate, thus making it difllcult for one engraver to counterfeit. The tints are also in the nature of a similar protection. In making a design an infinite amount of labor is involved. Then the design is worked by hand on a steel plate; the plates are hardened to prepare them for the printing, liammered and rolled and, various other processes followed be-fore.^he plate is ready for the printing. An Intricate Operation When they are ready for that opera- �tion the paper is wet, or "mellowed" in order that It may take the Ink. There are three operations in the printing. The first prints the color In the face; the second the reading matter on the face; the third the color on the back. The sheets then go to the drying room and then to the finishing room. Each sheet is carefully examined for possible defects and the numbers are then printed on each bond and coupon. All the sheets are balanced and checked twice daily. The bonds are then delivered in steel boxes to the Fi.nance Department at the rate of 30,000 a day. Altogether the making of the Victory Bonds of 1918 has been done in a manner to reflect credit on Canadian enterprise and skill. The possession of one of those beautiful pieces of paper will, indeed, be worth while. WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? LEE DUCK, TAILOR ' At 402 Thirteenth Street N.-Phone 1770 Lee Duck has been here for five years, and he is a well known tailor in the city. He has extended his business by adding one dry clea^'lnjji machine. HIGHEST CLASS WORK AND LOWEST PRICES Pressed only .;.........65c to 75c Sponge Cleaning .... $1.00 to $1.25 Dry Cleaning .....$1.50 to $1.75 (DELIVERY FREE) �:H:A � Epidemic of Influenza Instructions Regarding the Care of Sick Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza' Patients in the Provinces fjke Following Instructions Will Be of Value: CANADA FOOD BO^fLd I.ICENSB M^M^Eir \ 1. Fresh 'air la the most essential �requisite to the comfort and well being of patients, no matter how ill. 2. Rest in bed for;'three days after �fever has gone is uri^ed to prevent complications. � 3. .Pneumonia cases siibuld not be kept iii the same joom with uncomplicated influenza cases. 4. Nourishing food at regular Intervals. 5. Plenty of water or lemonade. 0. Gehsral unworried service, avoid chattering, nagging' or questioning anticipate wants of sickest patients, convalescents usually ask for what they want. Ke�p the patients in isolated room in separate beds. Keep patient in bed all gt the time. (This means patient must not get up to. go to tile hatliroom). Two or three pillows' arranged step fashion the lowest �well'- under the shoulders will make breathing easier. Keep the arms and shoulders, v,-ell covered. Ventilate the roonl ireeiy. At the outset, headaches and. backaches are frequent. Cloths (moist but not dripping) to the head, changed frequently give some relief. Avoid anything th^it might cause the slightest chill. Care of mouth; a mouth wash every few hours and cold creab to the lips help to keep the moutU i;n,a normal: con^itioif; If patient is extremely yeak, sWab the teeth ca.re�ully with' moistened cotton applications three: times daily. 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 pinned to bed-'Bide, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the. used napkins. Change bag at leart'twi've daily, or whenever it becomfiH half full. J ; ,The invisible spray fropjthe mouth and. nose during, coughing and sneez-'ing is as -dangeicous as Visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can be maajted, weaJcp^tien'ta are annoy-,ed byttifip?,-. / - , ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . yo'od-For the iinhappj^ feverish I gjttlents, liquid diet, hot or cold, as TABER MONICIPAL HOSPITAL NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS 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 thermos bottle. Patients" should'drink some water when awake. PRECAUTIONS Precaution^AU mouth washes, bath water, exeta. and uneaten liquid food should be thrown iuto the toilet by the attendant. All bags, napkins, scraps of uneaten food, mouth' swab, etc., should be wrapped in clean newspaper.before being carried- to the kitchen to be: destroyed by burning. All linen, sheets, masks, towels, etc., should be submerged in a large kettle of cold water in the sick room, or put in a pillowslip or laundry, bag. This can be safely carried to the kitchen stove and when contents have been boiled five minutes anyone may flnish caring 'for the linen. When attendant cannot stop to wash her.own hands, door knob,3, faucets, etc., should be protected by. scraps of newspaper which may be destroyed after each using.. Attendants must be constantly' masked, imust wear big all-over aprons in sick room, changing It to a different one always before entering any' other part of the house. Attendant must keep facilities for >roshing her own hands, soap, nail brush and, paper towels.in clean place apd^ever touch the patient or patients utehails wi^ii-out afterward cleansing her own hands thoroughly. Running water "is better and safer than a basin of weak disinfectant kept for the hands alone, Everything used,- for the patient should be kept- separately from the' supplies for the rest of the household.' This means dishes, bed linen, bath i wrappers, towels, face cloths, rocking chair, etc. Families: can^help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water,towels, and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. . (Signed; ',\ Proyiiicial Health Department In accordance with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, Petitions were received on August 19th by the Minister of the Public Health Department, Edmonton, asking for the creation of a Municipal Hospital District including the territory described below. Complying with these Petitions, the Minister established thrf Taber Municipal Hospital District on August Scth. 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 Board in said district. The Htfspital Board , met and. prepared the scheme outlined beltfw. Tfiis scheme is now under the direction of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, to ba advertised throughout the said. District for a period of fourteen days/ following which, providing all other conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be finally approved arid a date fixed not exceeding thirty days from the date ot such approval,; upon which the ratepaj'ers of the said district will, be called upon to vote for tlie adopti6n or rejection of the said scheme, the territory 'included in the Hospital District is as follows: (a) TOWN OF TABER. (b) , VILLAGE OF GRASSY LAKE. (c) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No. 65 (d> IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. G6. . - (s) MUNICIPAL .WSTRiOT No 96 Township 10, Range 16'.west of the river, and Towiiship 10, Ranges 17 and 18 north of the river. Township .11 Itange 16,* west'bf thfi river, and"aH'of Township 11 Ranges 17 and 18. > The  Hospital Scheme. Submitted by the Board upon which the Ratepayers will be asked to vote, is as follows: Pursuant to SeeUon-,? of the Act - (1) To purchase the Taber Hospital now operating in the Town of Taber, at a price of not expeding ?7500, to include land, buildings and equipment as at present existing. (2) To supplement the revenue from taxation by a schedule of fees as jinder: bona flde ratepayers and members of his or her family at a rate, of $1.00 per' day and 12.50 per day for non-ratepayers; that the fee for operating room shall be^ $2.0() for mjnor and $5.00 for major operation. (3) (a^) To assume the existing debenture indebtedness sof not exceeding $71279, tho purchase price of the hospital. (b) To create a further deheh-'ture of not exceeding $5000 for the purpose of providing and furnishing a nurses' home and also to further equip the hospital. ^(4) To repay debentures amounting to $7279 on original basis and to retire further debenture, issue of not exceeding $5000 in equal annual instalments with accrued interest, Distribution of Maintenance and ' Capital Expenditures 1 (5) Capital: Repayment of Instalments or principal and interest.of existing debentures $750; repayment of principal and interest of new debenture to be created $850........|1,600 Maintenance Salaries of nursing staff- and . other help----............. $7000 Drugs and dressings........ 1500 Fuel and light.........^j..;., 600 Provisions aiid supplies ..... � 4000 Secretary's salary and station- � ery ............ ......... 350 Repairs............ . ..'i... 1500 Bank interest, insurance etc.. 350 Organization expenses .400 Rebates and nonpayments kinds. Agents tor tM World 9 Famous Deico Ughl Country, wiring a Bpeclaltr^;.^)] SIS 4th Avenue Box'314 Phone 735 32d Acre! ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF 91.00 down, balance itaaltt^ crop. Best buy In district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF. ALTA. spence's AUTd imM NIGHT CALLS, LKTHB.RIDar ' HOTEU PHONE 1884 ' COUNTRY TRIP* ^ CLCSEO CAR ] DAY ,PHOMB 114S . RES. PHONE,424s I t Tractor Repairs tra^'ij-l^'SrM oversize plstona and'rlnn. We We, IB atook at'.praMBt OTeralxe |)i�toBe (p|r> vU^SoyallV makep ofj^;ii�ftor|ij,^, -'''VJ'- Ford EBfite^fflMl NIVEN 4?999999999999999 ;