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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER fi, 1918 rills i.icVIIBRli: DAILY .1' lJAGli SEVEN EXTRA HOSPITAL Citizens Cooperated With Town Council To Combat the 'Flu Epidemic 'l-'toiii uiir Own Correspondent'! Tabor, Nov. 5.-As ivc predicted lust, week citizen A. K. Tolton has performed tho phoenix Htunt. Tho Palace I,Ivory replaces, thi: Pioneer Livery. Tliti new hoarse Is more rosplondont tluiti thi! oUI 0110; aiid tho W. II. Rowan Co., for which our enterprising friend is nrnv agent; Is Uio largest buy shipping firm In the provlneo. On Saturday Nov. I!, tlio funeral of tlif liiti! Mrs. K. Day of Harnwell wan hold. 'I'll'1 Service was conducted by lllshnp Peterson and tho body interred in tln-e-contly that her brother, Hi. 0. Wellington, at. one tlme�a resident ot Tabor had been killed In action nt tho front. \ The Victory Loan Campaign is bo-1 lug serlouBly crippled at present by I the Influenza epidemic but Addle Long keeps peering away. | In all probability we Bhall forget, i as we did last, yoar, that the first Monday in December 1b nomination day for the town council. Miss Fox who li;iiowoll, returned to her home in tho vicinity of Vancouver. Influenza and the activity of the Gilbert >l'owelflon Was FavoWte -Hard FiRhl Against the 'Flu In order to cope with t^io Influenza j epidemic the Hoard of Health and the I night pollcomnn bad a subduing effect town couiH'tl havo co-opernted to es-( upon tho Hallowe'en pranks scheduled tabllnh a temporary hospital in tho for this year. However, the boys have Control school. The citizens huvn reH-Ja few trophies to their credit, ponded splendidly to Uio appeals madoj Masters Gerry Frankou and .Toe upon them for tho necessary equip-i Dobbs our local newsboys, and some other*, are sitting up at nights flgur ing out how they can get even with the ('. P. it. for .upsetting th?lr news paper service. A 'FLU VICTIM rflont. no that a very creditable Institution for raring for Influenza pa-tlonts is now In existence. Already eleven cases are- lodged in it and oth era are to be brought In as soon ns the weather permits. Four permanent nurses are in charge: Miss Pryne, of j Rochester, Minn.. Mrs. Dougherty, of) Calgary, Miss Mclntyre, of Calgary,! nnd Mrs. Vayro, of Tabcr. Thotfo arc1 aided by volunteer helpers according to the need. Anuthor nurse la also being utilized to visit, iioines where a?-distance la required. Tlie hospital fee fixed by the hoard are, $2.00 per day. , s .for Influenza patients and J2.50 for' pneumonia cases. Tho boa^d also hail i .Several Other Cases in City reprinted and distributed from house t to houBo a pamphlet on "Influenza" is-i sued by the Commission ot Conferva-1 tlon. Ottawa. We hope to see thc| worst of the epidemic over this week.: On .Sunday ffif;rn!.'!g, Miss Mary] ICthel King, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Illchiird King, passed away after a brief attack of influenza that developed Into pneumonia. Miss King was 23 years of age aud has for years been In delicate health. The sympathy of the whole community (toes out strongly 10 tho bereaved family as there has been constant sickness In tho homo sinco their arrival from Grand Valley, Out., last spring. Five other members ot this family still li" 111 ill the home. The funeral of Alias King was held Sunday veiling, tin M''ri.rn Our Owii C irnvu'f�n'l'int* Raymond, Nov. 1.- -The whole community Is now mourning over tho lain Gilbert Powolson. whoso body was sent from Ijethhritlge yesterday. "Port" (as he Is commonly known) was born in Goshen. I'tah, in/ ISSH, coming to Canada witli bis parents in 11)03, locating at Raymond. Kern ho has lived over since. In .11110 he. went on a mission to Scotland, the home of his mother, for thn Mormon church. There ho spent two yoars. He was married In l'.il'J and since tiiat timo has been working for the government on the roads in this district, until a few weeks ago when the road work for the fall was done he went to "Loth bridge to work and there contracted tlio 'Kill, but. lining nature kept on wit pneumonia set in I thn bed, and thei.-life and death for .i end came. Tlio funeral w,is j, on the lawn of tn.; Itior and father. !> entleth inllo stole:. Geo. Wrldo, Mm. I Messrs. John, Urn! olson survive him wife and two ,m wlfu Is now in lb; bridge with the l-'.i. Tlio Flu' se.etn.-j this vicinity, yet I ported one case I chapel has been 11 | la! under Dr. '  orders. I The Misse:i \'o!-ner have been inak jelling them aril they have bought i 'piilienl:). Knlis: glrln, tiiero are .t I running tlie ?tree: Hlsliop F.vnns i very hardy : work until i' he toyk to li ivrin;', bet ween c beforu tho . i' id ::i tin- open air I ii:.pll,il a' I.etll- ' ! spreading in '!:;.IK has not re- j '!'!� � Second Ward ! ' ;:'��-gr. Mom of j :'" l'"iiroving. '.live '.....v ill", doctor's i  i.'.ve and Mih 1 ''.i. i"in' niakUs ami '. ,i n tu" jiroceedn b"v. " � for Hi'- Kin' j i..... .� year elnlv i :  ' ma ay peop!" '�'. 11 te'''i! niaals^. 'ie- Vieiory Loan FLU CHECKED 'fn�.. Shield were ai liarnv/eil laat ueeh ,,', the : wk bed of their danahter .Mrs. Wilhurn .loliir-on. Alter a night's repot;,, laonewlwre in solitude Mr Geo Court, .lr.. return-�il from his I'in' nmihiiiigs ])r Green way reports he i't ijmrtomi. oln Villi urn d�r" o' tortnr*. 80e. � Ijoi it ill deaini. m l Red Cross Distributes Soup To Sufferers I From Our Own Correspondent! Magrnth. Nov. S.-Death citne on Wednesday nlRht. to Iho homo of Air. and Mrs. ftlridley. claiming their 1-1 year old son. Maylan. He had been ill only a few days with lite "flu, but has j been a sufferer for a number of years j with other ailments. A short open air j service was held on Friday afternoon, i .Messrs. Mercer, Gibb and Hcnnlngor I spoko words of consolation lo tho be 1 renvoi) paronts. Kvery few days bring new cas.T- of | the 'tin. The local banks and tele-I phono office have been somewhat han-uilnfHtnr officiating being tho Rev. A. I 'lleapped on account of members of CV Ilryan. | Hioir staff being ill. Chinese Boy Dies I Hood has neon here visiting A death that has touch".I the people! "I" paienls for tho past few days. Mr. of Taber more deeply than any other i Hood is a member of the Royal Fly-perhaps, Is that of George Howe, son; lag corps nnd is in training In a c.imp or Jo.-Howe. Chinese merchant of this | in the east. He says there is noth town. F.vorybody knew George and i ing like travelling in the air ami looks liked him. Ho came to Taber 7 years as though thai Ufa agrees with Lim. ago in the ago of eleven years. After,' We with you goo-1 luck, Hen. taking a course in the public school, Win. Haxter left on Thursday for where he was n prime f:ivorlto*with 1 Calgary, whero he goes Into training teachers and scholars, he entered his J for military service. This Is the sec-father'y store about t.'.vo .years ago.! nnd son of Air. and Airs. Wm. VUxter There ho soon became popular with all � who has entered the country's ser-tho cusiomers. They liked to deal with i vice. Pte. OeorRo Baxter enlisted In him. He was always bright and alien-! the early part of the war and about u the. courteous and upright--u gentle- year ago was reported wounded and man always. No business man of Tab- missing. or will be missed moro and George did Mr. an,i Mrs. P. Chrlsteusen wish lo not want to die when he was taken ; thimk Ulclr Tn.iny frimi(1, fnr ,noll sick lust week, and was later moved to thn hospital. He wanted to live tn son bis mother whom he had left behind In China seven yearn before anil to welcome buck his father who hnd returned to China on a visit two years ago. And both parents were speeding across the Pacific to their sou nud would be with him In a few days. Hut life meeting wu� not to be. Despite his pleadings, pneumonia pinched him out In n few hours. Tho body has been There was never a time when the sacrifices ami tlio help of women wcro mor� appreciated than at llie present time. Women should learn war-nursing and nursing nt homo. Thero is no bettci way than to study the new edition of the " Common Hense Medical Adviser"- with chapters on First Aid, Huuduging, Anntofcrr, Hygiene, earn of tho Sick, Diseases" of Women, Mother anil Babe, Marriage- to he hud at some drug-etorea or semi fion. to Dr. Pierce, CourtwrigUt St., llriilgcburg, Ontario. if a woman buffers from weak back, nervousness or dizziness-if pains aftlint her, tho beat fonio and corrective is oue made up of native herbs, and inado without alcohol, which makes weak women strong and sick women well. It is the prescription of Doctor I'ieree, used by him in uotive practice many yeans anil now sold by almost every druptRist in tho lund, in liquid or in tablet*). Send Dr. Pierce, Huffolo, N. Y., 10c. for trial tike. Dr. Pierce's Pluasnnt Pellets are also best for liver and bowel trottde. Strat/ord, (hit.-'Thr. Pieri-ii'u yavorita Pr�-Hcriptiull wuh u great Iflp to mo. During sn "�|)00tunt pcri.,,1 I bfi-ane ull run-iio�n, w�tk and iioi vein uml could not aut-waa linineatixl. 1 alan �uf-(ered wltlt Jmokufilt�tB. I was ii nonipleto wreck uml wan down aick in bed ivlu'il 1 Wub UkhiK 'Favorito Pre-arriptlon.1 I nnon coin-^^5*^ ''I luenceil to feci smaller \V, - and it liually ruatoiod , mo to lieelth aud t could do all my work and (oil iin�. 1 airanith. had liruut uJ Valtliy-Mr<. r/.xmui *ur/.i(r�, at)tii'i