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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVTCMftER 7, THE LETHDTUDGE DAILY IIERAL'1 5i. THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE TWITCH The Evidence Was All Against Pa. By Wellington inW FELLER THAT UVES IN BACK OF ^OU, AND fT LOOKS UIKE\OU'RE "TH". MEBBE THAT'LL TEACH YA 1 Y HAVE A UTTLE MORE CONSIDERATION PER YOUR NEIGH50R5, DAW^ONE "if^j ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS! A GREAT CROWD 1ST BE PAID AI ONCE Government Paper Controller About to Order Cutting Off of Unpaid Subscriptions. \t a public hearing In oilnwa Inst week In connection with pnpor con-r v ;itinn, the Government '.'..per Controller for 'iiiiaila Intimated that regulations about to lin i-simd would,, include one i.. ths effect that: "Publishers of dally newspapers must cease tending then newspaper! to s'.'b r.cribere three month-, in arrears unless nu'i-�xriptlons be definite, ly renewed and all arrears fully paid.'' For oh.ions reasons the Government Insists .'bat paper shall ho saved and proposes that only those who jmy for tholr publications shall receive them, 1'ndor t.hnsn regulations Ihi! llernld will have no choice In tlm inattnr of dealing with subscriptions in nrroarw for over three months. Tliero urn many other l" lotiOHS illlpOSCd, (Ids one i� I In? moii l Important. Therefore* lie tween now and the end oi the year The Herald's subscription Hut must, ho put on n pald-In-advancn hr-.sls, In order to comply with the governmental ordor. We know this order will ln> accepted as a necessary result of conditions wild paper making Industry. Wo urn nil In honor bound to carry out our share of the con.iBryntioj) movement. So If you aro in arrears, pleaso pay up in oiico to pri'vent u discontinuance of your sub-s rlptlon. Plonso do 1101 wait for n hill-simply refer to tho address label. SUBSCRIPTION RATES MUST INCREASE: The latent IncrnuHi! on i, 'he cost of paper mean* that the Mt'rald will pay about fa.OOO.OD more for ,i;ip'.M' during tho coming l'i>:ir thun last year. An ad-I'.iilniuil retroactive bill of soil on tho lust two car i-auls, has.just reached ue. As other papers havn tnund It necessary to meet those and other advances. The Herald in forced to 'ncreami its uiail suhsdip-Hon rate from $1.00 in �5,ou a year on De.combor 1st. Subscriptions received during November will bo accepted at $4.00 a your i-o subscribers will gain 1>V paying subscriptions in advance at once. After December tho rate will bo >5.00 a year. Captain Hon. II. 1. Mad humid, only I .surviving bod of Lord MacUouald, has ' died of wounds. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it cosy for you tu begin. Lands fit to JilOuii iut.-; initiated land uoloJffiO; 20 ycuiM..i|iay. Loan tjussist setili'iso;i irrigated lands. Ci-t full parik-ulors and free illur,-truled literature frotii AU*N CAMERON, Gin'ISgpt. C.P.R. Lii* UC5 1l* St. C�.t, CALCAIIV Staid liiisiiieHHinon laid ui-ldo lliclr diitnity last nlfclit und joined will) about l!i)ni) boys and j^irl-s In the ouro-motiy of biiniliiR the reiiuiln^ of Kaiser Ulll. II was an event that will not be forgotten for a lonK time by tho boys and Rvrl:i of tlies city. When the blp Victory ix>nt> parndn will held a week iik" last Monday one of the features was the Kaiser on a hearse. At that time il wan announe-eii thai when the LethbridKe Victory Loan iniotii was nversubM-ribed the Kabier would b'1 burned. That happy time was reached on Tuesday and on Wednesday evening the ceremony was stimed. Thn Rotary flub was in chari;e of the proceedings. At 7:;'.n Cliief Hardy vi ited Victory Loan iieadiiuait"i-s in tliu Southard llloc.l; and officially urresti:d the. nior-tul remains of the Delist of flerlit:. which had hueii lyint; in ~late on a lied of Russian llil.-dles all day. Thun beariliK the body Hie chiel lieaded a Iirocesslon. KollowitiB him came th.-famous Rotary juzz band, and behind Iheui came i, 1 boys bi-aritiK torolie.c The rear was bruiiRht up by about H.-.Oi) Inter'-sted citizens. nioMly boy.-iind Klrls. and the procession headed for th'.1 vacant lot opposite tho ciiy hall, where the makings m" a Kreat lion-fir' had been prepared durliiK the day. In the centre :> tall post had been set up, and In this the remains of the Kaiser were nailed, (lanolin" was plentifully used on the accumulated refuse and a torch applied. With, in a few minutes lie- fierce mustaches of the Kaif-er caught fire and dropped off. Shorn of his i;lory it wasn't lnnj; before lie was a seetliinK mass of flames, and as the bell In tin- post office tower struck eidit tho remains tumbled Into a mar-s of flames, as a ureal cheer rose irnm thousands of throats. The whole scene was very rcalb island was a fitt ini; marl, of I.cthhridKc's feat In lieitiR the fi-,-:- Western Canada city to kii over the ;>>i in the campaign for silver hulld.-> to he use,] iiRalnst tin: Kaiser. jTEMPORARY CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE I .Account Jufhi'-nzii ICpidetnic offer, 1 live 12 0! a iii. No-.-.-mh\r 2nd. tnilr ; N'o. "ill from Medicine Hat to CtilK�r� ', via l,ethbi idit" ami Aiil"is>de, wil. ' run on Monday. Wcdnesdny and !>! 1 'iny. i\o. 5- from c.-ili;iiry to Medicine Iiai 'via Aldersyile and IjethbrtdRo will i run on Tuesday, Tmit sday, and Sal. 1 urriny. '. N'o. fiii; from lOdiiiontnii to Calgarj . .vill run dally except Sunday. N'o. i>3:'. and fi24 lietween Calgari i auil Kdmouton will lie withdrawn. No. r.UT and between HardiM.i | and Kdmonlon will be withdrawn. I I'or furlher piirttculai s apply iii.j j f. 1'. It. Ticket Apcnt, or ! J, E. PROCTOR, Hisfrii t. l'�-!,cm;er Ae'MH, \ CalKiiry. WHY WOMEN HI Y HOM)S| illy Marjory Mm-Mnr To Help the liglittii - :n.-i For Victory. Kor I'eace. I'or the .sake i Kor Canada. Kor the homo.s men. Hecau-o they r-ensc. Hecanse they zeiu:. lie ' lllnlr'"ll. and bu ' �a-ilil-' Clti l-'or ThaiiktiRiviiiK. I'"or their own lumie". I'or tilo Hoy who lr, a Soldier. World's To-:norr: larK" � upboard '.villi disk and drawem below; office table, U drawer.'; ELVIOCE DROPHEAO SEWING MACHINE; �;oud carpet nqn.ire, !'\1^; CABINET TALKING MACHINE In fumed oak: bed-. sprltiKs and Mattresses; curtains; waMiltiK machine; s day c|oc[;; toilet ware; LAWN ROLLER; quantity books lucludliu; "World's lies! C],i-sii s" In r,n v"!nm�-s; set of Dumas' works. Victor Unci's arid many inlscplbuienus emu KltlUNDS Don't let the fear habit kep you a way r,noil'. FRANK WADDINGTON REGULATIONS. too.. ploys or i any man Ik absent . ,ry person who om-"iiiins in his snrvice who him deserted or without Johvo from tho Canadian Kxpeillt (inury Koree, or who is In default in tho pcrformanco of any obligation or roiiulrcmitnt for reporting or for military service, imposed upon him by tho Act or Mtigula^loiiH, or any proclamation thorounder, Khali be KUtlty of an offence punishable on summary conviction by lin-prisonmont not exceeding �ix months, or by u penalty of not teas than Orin Hundred Hollars, and of not moro than Klvc Hundred IhAUan, or by both such Imprisonment and line, un-Ickh Hindi person prove that ho made duo Inquiry and that THIO Mil.IT Ail Y SKRV1CK RAPKUS ISSlltil) MY T1IK RIOfllSTRAU OR TUB MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO THB MAN SO 1JM-I'l.OYKD OR RKTAINBl) IN HIS SKRVICR H'KKB VHO-DUCRI) FOR HIS INSPKCTION, and that It was i'�a.soti�blj' en-tablibhcd to hin flntisfuctlon liv such inquiry ami p,i pel's that Ibu man was not It deserter or absent from tho fovco without leave, or In default In rospRct of any of the obligations or requirements aforesaid. ' "106a. Kvery person who HAR1IOIRS OR COM'KAI'K OH IN ANY WAY ASSISTS ANY MAN WHO IS A 1IKSKRT-KR OR A1JSKNT WITIIOl'T LI0AVI-: FROM THIO CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FOUCK, or .who is in default In lh(- pev-formance of any oblitjalioii or requirement for reporting or for military service, imposed upon him by the Act or Regulations or any proclamation thereunder, Bhttll be kuIUv of an offence punishable, upon summary conviction by Imprisonment not exceeding; six niuntht., or by .. penalty of not lens than One Hundred Dollars and of not mora than Five Hundred Dollars, or by both such imprisonment and fine, unless Hiich person prove that he was not aware and iiad no reasonable ground to suspect that tho man ho harboured, concealed, or assisted was a deserter or absent from the forces loavo or in default In respect of any of the obliKntipns or requirements aforesaid." MILITARY SKRV1CK HRANCli. Epidemic of Influenza Instructions Regardirg the Care of Sick Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in the Provinces the Following Instructions Will Be of Value: 11 11" is tlie most  comfort and no mutter how ill. cil for tltree days i.ft.r is urged to prevent cum'S "hould no' ho loom with uncoi'.ipli :ii-i'-.. final al r"Kuiar inter- �oill an- t Fresh air requisite to tin iilK of patient-.. lleM in b fever has nunc C 'DinplU'UliOUc. :;. Pneumonia kept in tin- saiin cateil innueii/.ii  i 4. Nouvi-hini' vul-'. ,'i. 1'leiuy n! water or i.-monade ' i'., Liei)"iitl ur.worried Sf-rvice, a' [ ehatteriiifi. iiiiKttinK or MUfstloiiiiif, ' ticipate wants of nickimt patients, con-1 vulencen^ iir-Mally ask for what ihr-y i want. Roep tin patients in isolated room in separate beiU Keep patient in bed all of the time, ilhir means patient must uot �ret up tu i;o i to the batbrooml. Two or tlir. - \ni \ lows ariaiiKcd >tep fashion the lowest  well under the blioulders will m.ilii-breath in i; easier. Keep the arms mid shoulders well covered. Ventilate tin-room freely. At Hie outset, headaches and backaches are frequent. Cloths (moist hut not drlppinKl to tho head, chuilKcd frequently jjivo 'some relief. Avoid anythliiK that might cause the slightest chill. Care of tuuutli; a1 mouth wash every few hours .and cold | cream to the Hps help to keep the mouth In a normal condition; if pat-' ient is extremely weak, swab the teeth carefully 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 handkerchief*. Keep a small paper bag pinned to bedside, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the used napkins. Change bag at least twice daily, or whenever it becomes half full. The invisible spray from th0 mouth and nose during coughing and sneezing is ad- dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can bo masked, weak patients are annoyed by thum. FOOD Food-For thn unhappy, feverish lenls, liquid diet, hot or cold, uu toial > preferred, milk, lemoiude, weak !� and cotlee, broths. I'or convalescent i patients not feverish, solt dieti erueU, cooked cereal*, milk, Jollici., i,ofl boil- ! ed ege.s, etc. i Food limy lie kepi in a thermos hot-1 tie. Patients should diiul. some vat. r ! I !u-n awake. ' PRECAUTIONS Precautious-All mouth washes j bath water, exeta, and micau-n liquid j food fchoiild be thrown Into the toilet by the attendant. | All bag.-., napkins, scraps of uneaten . :\.f newspaper (which may be destroyed after each ; using. Attendants must bn constantly 'nusked. must wear big ull-over aprons , in sick. room, changing It to a different i one always before entering any other part of th" house. Attendant uuist keep facilities for washing hor own hands, soap, nail brush and paper , towels in clean place and never touch | the patient or patients utensils with-; out afterward cleansing her own ; hands thoroughly. Running water is � better and safer than a basin of weak disinfectant kept for the hands alone. Kverythiiig used for the patient should bo kept separately from iho. supplies for the resj of the household This means dishes, bed liner., bath wrappers, towels, face cloths, rocking chair, etc, j Families can help visiting nurses' and aids by having hot water towels, and newspaper ready when nurses aro expected. !n accordance with the lerms of the] Municipal Hospital Act. p.-titlona kit,.] received on Anuusi \\\, \,y hiji minister of the Public Health Department ' | i'.Miiioiit.r conditions have been complied with, ilie si heiui. will be finally approved and a dat" llxi'd nut exceeding thirty days ^= from :!'... date of such rppioval, upon j which the ratepayers of tho said dls-j �triet win ti,; called upon to vote for' the adoption or rejection of tho said 1 scheme. The territory Included In the Hospital Dlrtrict In iik follows: (at TOWN OF TAItllK. Oil VlI.I.ACiF. OF OIlAS'.iY I>AKK. (� i MCNICII'AI, DISTRICT No. ilf, idi IMPROVKMHNT DISTRICT sd �;;. no MCNICII'AI. DISTRICT No 00; 'fiiHiidilp in, Itange lfl west of the rive,, and Township In, Ranges 17 I and Is north of tile river. Township 11 , P.ani'e 1" wi-st ot the river, an,| all of I Township 11 Range* IT and 1H. | The llosp.tnl scbemi; pubmittnd by ;th" Hoard upon which'the natnpaydrs : i will b" a-U'-ii to vote. Is as follow*: , Pursuant to Section 7 of the Act iii Tu purchase Hie Tabor Kospl- / tul now operating In the Town of Tu-I her, .if a pi ice of not exceeding $".'(�o, ' 'o Im lade land. luilldinKs and equip-; riietit .c at present existing. i I ("i To supplement the revenue! j from lax.illon by a scliiilul"- of fees j as under: bona tide ratepayers and member . of his or her lanilly al a rate, of Ills' per day and Jl' iai per day fur non-riitepayijrs: that the fee lor operating room shall be for . minor and $.Yln> for major operation. ! (.'.I iai To uiimiiui! tho existing ilebentuie indebtedneiiK of not ox-i cei-dlng 17^711. thn purchapa prico j of the hospital. i (hi Tu create u further ilolion- { ture ot not exceeding IKuOO for the � purpose of providing and furnish- , lug u nurses' home and also to; further equip the hospital. j I4i Tu repay debenture* amount-1 lug to S727'.' mi original basis,mul to, retiro furlher debenture Issue of not i exceeding �'.,.ih>o ju equal annual In-J fctiiliiieiiis with accrued Interest. j Olttribution of Maintenance Jnd Capital Expendlturea (,'.l Capiial: Repnyiiiell? of Inslal-1 ini-uts or poiu'lpiil and interest of existing deb�-iiiur�-s fTfai; repayment of principal and nitereil of uew detieu- Dr. A.T. Snankie M.D.. CM. !/ *,; EYE. EAfi, NUi>E AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooms 121-122 New P. Hums Hulldlng. Cornor 8th Avj, Bud 2nd St. Knst. Calgnry. Office Phone M2848 lU'sldonco Phono M2077 Interna and Housp Surgeon. M.inliatta.\ Kye. Far. No5o anil Throat tlosullnl. New York City, '11-1914. 8peclall�t to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long oxporlonco In Block and farm machinery. Sales sopduo cd lu any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Th� Oowsley Land Agency. Leth-bridge. Phone 1809 Free! ft Elliott Works Sheet Metal Winter will noon bo here and bring with It tho cold weal".or. llavo your lurnuccs uvorhaul cd by us Expert work. Hot air lunuco work i C.iil v. Phone 17n 310 Sixth Ltthbrldge, Alta. i �post. S, DRAYING OI All Kinds WcstcrnTransfcrCo. Limited m-C, P. ft. FrelfM �MONBS arn�w ........... i'� �t�rfi*f ......... THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contractu** ot all htnda. Ageota for IB* WorM Vamoua Delco Country wlrlne SIS 4th Avenue Light  �portaltjr. �ox SS4 Phone 735 lure to he treated JS&a....... Maintenance Salaries of nursing staff and other help ................. Driigi; and dressingn ........ Fuel and light ............... Provisions and supplies .. . . Sc. rt l.i!>'". : alary and station er\ ................... Repairs ................... Hank interest, iusuraucn etc Organisation expenses ...... llebal-s and nonpayments .... .�l,t!00 $70u0 i Itiou i (iOU 4000 , I 350 j 1600 � :'.6u i 4t)0 ' i'i;tii' 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF SI OC down, balance half crop. Uest buy In district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. *2 Revenue Kstiniateii tees from patients (Soverninent grant ......... Operating room fe�(o ....... From taxation ... '....... ?26,23C I (Divided as follows) Part Rural Municipal District of McLean ................ Rural Municipal District of Ku-roka .................... I-ocal Improvement District No. 66 .................... Village of Grassy Lake ..... Towu of Tu,ber ........... $'.'0u0 j r.uo j -'00 j $25,'.*3U 13096 3531 ms 461 17C0 *22,B36 Ad O SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LETHDftlDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1124 COUNTRY TRIPS) CLvSEO CAR OAY PHONE tt42 RES. PHONE 42S (Signed) Provincial Health Department FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. 264-0 TRY A HERALD WANT AD Tractor Repairs We specialise tn reborlKg gu tractor cylinders, and tttMnj overalie pistons and rlaga. We have la atock at pre*eat overall* plstoaa (or all poplaUr make* of gas tractor*. Ford Eniinca Rtbattd N1VEN SIS 1st Ave. �. BROS. SUtras im 9 3048 ;