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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL55 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S tKe Evidence Was All Against Pa. By Wellington limH' FEELER THffr UVES liNBACKorwftNDrr. |looK5UIKE\OU'RE.1[H\ MEBBE "THffTlL TEACH VA T'HAVE A LnUE hORE c0ns\derat10n fer>('our, [neighbors, pav/Wneya? Government Paper Controller About to ^ Order Cutting Off of Unpaid Sub-scr^tions. At a public hearing In Ottawa last week In connection with paper con-sBrvatlon, the Government ' Paper Controller tor Cunada. Intimated that regulations about to be insued would^ include one 10 the effect that: "Publlshen of dally n e ws p a p e ra must cease sending their hewspapers to subscribers three months In arreart unless subscriptions be definite- � * ly renewed and all arrears fully paid." For obvious reasons the Government Insists tiiat paper shall be saved nnd proposes that only tliiose who pay for their publications shall receive them. .Under these regulations tlie Herald will have no choice In the matter of dealing with ' subscrip-- i Hons ln"Rrte4rBfbr.0Tef"' three months. There are many other restrictions imposed, but this one is the most Im-ijortant. Therefore, be-tweeir now and the end ot the year The Herald's subscription list must be put on a paid-in-advance basis, in order to comply with the governmental order. We know this order will be accepted as a necessary result of conditions with paper making industry. We, are all in honor bound to carry out our share ot the conservation move-� ment. So if you are In arrears, please^ pay up at onca to prevent a disoon-tinuanos ofyour subscription. Please do not . ( wait, for a hill-simply refer to the addreis label. SUBSCBIPtlON RATES Vn Ay.Thenlatbst Increase on si^^tlvi^' cost of paperVineiins that the Herald will pay about $5,000.00 more for liaper during the coming year than last year. An additional retroactive bill of $800 on the last two car lauds, has.just reached us. As other papers have found it necessary to meet those and other advances. The Herald is forced to increase its mall subscrlp-^ tion rate, from $4.00 to $5.00 a year on Beceinber 1st. Subscriptions received during November will, be , accepted at $4.00 a year 80 subscribers will gain' by paying subscriptions in ^ advance at once. After De- comber the rate will be .$5.00 a year. Captain Hon. R. I. MacDonald, oniy surviving son of Lord MacDonald, has died of wounds. LOOKED ON AS jStald businessmen laid aside their dignity last lUght and Jollied with aljout 2000 boys and girls In the ceremony of burning.the remains of Kaiser BUI. It was an event that will not be forgotten for a long time by the boys and gtrls of the city, . When the big Victory Loan parade was held a week ago last Monday one of the features was the Kaiser on a hearse. At that time it was announced that when the Lethbrldge Victory Loan quota was,-oversubscribed the Kaiser would be burned. That happy time was reached on Tuesday and on Wednesday evening the ceremony was staged. The Rotary Club was in charge of the proceedings. ; At 7:30 Chief Hardy Vl-sited Victory Loan headquarters In 'the Southard Block and officially arrested the mortal remains of the Beast oC Berlin, which had been lying in state, on a bed of Russian thistles all day. Then bearipg the body the chief headed a procession. Following him came the famous Rotary jazz band, and behind them came fi4 boys bearing torches. The rear was brought up by about 2500 interested citizens, mostly boys and gtrls, and the procession headed for the'vacant lot opposite the 'city hall, where the makings oC a great bon-flrfi had been prepared during the day. In the centre a tall post had been set up, and to this the remains of the Kaiser were nailed. Gasoline was plentifully used on the accumulated refuse and a torch applied. Within a few minutes the fierce mustaches of the Kaiser caught fire and dropped off,' Shor^ o� Ms glory it wasn't long before he 'was a seething mass of flames, and as the bell' In the post-office tower struck eight the remains tumbled into a mass of' flames, as a great cheer rose from thousands ot throats; ' �� The whole scene 'was ..yevy realistic and was a fitting mark of Lethbridge's feat in being the first Western Canada city to go over the top in the campaign for silver bullets to be used against the Kaiser. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Cannda. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes It easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30an acre; irrigated land', up to $50; 20 years to pay. Loan toasslstsettlcrs on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, Gw'ISqiL C.P.ii.Lii^ 9C5 ,1�t fit. East, CALGARY NOTICE Military Service Act, 1917 EMPLOYMENT OF MEN IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILltARY SERVICE ACT , The foUomng Regulations, recently approved! b)^ the Governor General in Council, impose strict obligations upon every employer TO ASSURE HIMSELF THAT EACH OF HIS EMPLOYEES OF MILITARY AGE AND DESCRIPTION I^ IN POSSESSION OF DOCUMENTS PROVING THAT HE IS NOT IN ANY WAY IN DEFAULT UNDER THE MILITARY SERVICE ACT. An employer who is charged with having a default-; er in his employ miist be able to prove THAT THE MILITARY SERVICE PAPERS ISSUED BY 'THE REGISTRAR OR MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO THE EMPLOYEE IN QUESTION WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION at the time when the employee was taken into his employment, and that it was reason-, ably established to his satisfaction that the man wjas not in default under the Military Service Act. It should be clearly understood that the Canadian Registration Certificates given on Jiine 22, 1918, at . the time of general registration, in no way define the status of a man under the Military Service Act. REGULATIONS. "106.. .Bvery person who employs or retains in his seiTlce any man who has deserted or is absent without leave from the Canadian Bxpeilltilonary Force, or who is in default in the performance of any obligation or requirement for reporting or for ihllitary service, 'imposed upon him by the Act or Regulations, or any proclamation thereunder, shall be guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction by Im^ prisonment not exceeding fix months, or by a penalty, of not less than One Hundred iDollars, and of not more than Five Hundred Dollars, or by both such impriaontt^ent and'fine, unless such person prove that he made due inquiry and that'THE MlLITAjaY SEJRVICH PAPERS ISSUED BY THE REGISTRAR OR THE MILITARY AUTHORITIES TO THE MAN SO EMPLOYED OR RE3TAINED IN HIS SEIRVICB WERE PRODUCED FOR HIS INSPECTION, and that It wag reasonably established to his 'satisfaction by such.Inquiry and papers thiat the man was not a deserter 'or absent from the force without leave, or In default In respect of any of the obligations or require-, ments aforesaid." "106a. Every person who HARBOURS OR CONCEALS OR IN ANY WAY ASSISTS ANY MAN WHO IS A DBSBRT-'ER OR ABSE'.NT WITHOUT LEAVE FROM THP CANAD' IAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, or iwho is in default In the performance of any obligation or requirement for reporting or for military service,, imposed upoi^ him by the Act or Regulations or any prpclamation-thereunder, shall be guilty of an offence punishable upon summary conviction by Imprisonment not exceeding six .months, or by a penalty of not less than One Hundred Dollars and . of not' more than Five Hundred Dollars, or by both such Imprisonment and fine, unless such person prove that he was not aware and had no reasonable gjround to suspect that the man so harboured, concealed, or. assisted was-a deserter or absent from the forces without leave or In default in respect of any of the obligations, or requirements aforesaid." MILITARY SERVICE \ BRANCH. WHY WOltfEN BUY BONDS (By Marjory MacMurchy). To help the fighting men. For Victory. Foi- Peace. For the sake of the Children. For Canada. For the homos of all men and women. Because they have good Ijusiiiess sense. Because they are responsible citizens. I For Thanksgiving. For their own homes. For the Boy who Is a Soldier. For the World's To-morrow. For the Immortal Dead. Because Canadians will not give up the Cause which is Honor, Love, Life itself. � Because the Victory Loan belongs to the women of Canada as it does to the men. This is Why Canadian Women will Buv Bonds to the utmost limit of their ability. PRIVATE SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TOMORROW, FRIDAY Not. Sth FROIVI 2:00 P.M. TILL 6:00 P.M. OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS (REMOVED FROM THE RESIDENCE OF MRS. CHARLES McKILLOP) INCLUDING Dining Suite in oak comprising set chairs, sideboard and extension table, dressers and stands; hall stands; grass rocker; grass easy chair; oak rocker; small chest of 3 drawers; large cupboard with desk and drawers below; office table, 2 drawers; ELVIDGE DROP-HEAD SEWING MACHINE; good cai^et aqnare, .9x12; CABINET TALKING MACHINE'in fumed oak; beds, springs and n&ttreases; curtains; washing machine; 8-day clock; .toilet ware; LAWN ROLLER; quantity books including "World's Best Classics" in 60 volumes; set of Dumas* works, Victor Hugo's and many, miscellaneous works. FRIENDS-Don't let the fear habit keep you away. Good bargains.'-'.. � . V,,:, FRANK WADDINGTON TABER MUNICIPAL NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS Epidemic of Influenza --.-. ^ Instructions Regardirg the Care of Sick Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in the Provinces the iFollowing Instructions Will Be of Value: 1 ^;^;J'?tS^W.�^vr�:v��^�;tv:l;^>,.s^^i,vc:?�^^J,S�:' 9 1. Fresh air is 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 urged to prevent |-complicatlons. 3. Pneumonia cases should not- be kept in the same room with uncomplicated influenza cases. 4. Nourishing food at regular intervals. 5.; Plenty of water or lemonade. G. General unworrled service, avoid chattering, nagging or questioning anticipate wants of sickest patients, convalescents usually ask for what they want. Keep the patients In Isolated rdibm' In separate beds. Keep patient In bed all of the time. (This mean^ patient must not get up to go to the bathroom). Two or three pillows arranged step fashion the lowest well under the shouldet's will make breathing easier. Keep the arms and shoulders well covered. VentUato the room freely. At the outset, headaches and backaches are frequent. Cloths (m,olst but not dripping) to the he^d, changed frequently give 'some relief. Avoid anything that might cause the slightest chill. Care of^ mouth; a mouth wash every few hours And cold cream to the lips help to keep the mouth In a normal condition; if patient ip extremely weak, swab the teeth carefully with moistened cotton application's three times daily. Coughing patients should keep mouth covered when coughing, paper napklits or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are safe Jind better than rags or handkerchiefs. Keep-a small paper bag pinned to bedside, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the used napkins. Change bag at least twice dally, or whenever it become^ half full. . The invisible spray from, the mo^th and nose during coughing and sneezing is as- dangerous as'visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can be masked, weak patients are annoyed' by them. FOOD Food-^For the.! unhappy^ feverish #*ttenl8, liquid diet, hot or cold, aa preferred, milk, lemonade, weak tea and coffee, broths. For convalescent patients not feverish, soft diet, gruels, cooked cereals, milk, jollies, soft boiled eggs, etc. Food may be kept in a thermos bottle. Patients should drink some water when awake. PRECAUTIONS Precautions-^AU � 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 sv/ab, 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 finish caring for the linen. When attendant cannot stop to wash her own hands, door knobs, faucets, etc., should be protected by scraps ^f newspaper which may be destroyed after each using. Attendants must'be constantly masked, must 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 washing her own hands, soap, nail brush and paper towels .In clean Place and, never touch the patient or t patients utensils without afterward cleansing her / own hands thoroughly. Running water is better and safer than a baslnot weak disinfectant kept for the hands alone. Everything used for the pat-lent should be kept separately from the. supplies for the res^ of the household. This means dishes, bed liuen, bath 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) Provincial Health Department In accordance with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, Petitions were received on August 19th by thp Minister of the Public Health Department, Edmonton, asking for the creation of a Municipal Hospital District including tho territory described below. Gompljring with these Petitions, the Minister established the Taber Municipal Hospital District on.August 26th. Following the establishment of the District, the Munfclpal Councils in the said district in accordance Vlth the terms of the Act, diily appointed,a Hospital Board In said district. The Hospital Board met and prepared the scheme Outlined below. This scheme Is now under the direction' Of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, to be advertised throughout the said District for a period of fourteeni days, following which, providing all other con' ditions have been complied with, the schemb will be Anally-approved and a date fixed not exceedlng.thlrty days from the date of such approval, upon which the ratepayers ot tlie said district will be called upon to vot� tor the adoption or rejection lot the aald 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. 6G. . � , (e) MUNldiPAL DISTRICT No 96 Township 10, Range 16 west of the river, and Township 10, Ranges 17 and 18 north of the river. Township 11 Range 16, west ot the river, a*id all 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 Sectleh'? of the'A'et (1) To purchase ^he Taber Hospital now operating In the Town.of Taber, at a price of not. exceeding.(7500, to include land, buildings and equipment as at present existing. (2) To supplement' the revenue from taxation by a schedule of fees as under: bona flde ratepayers' and members of his or her family at a rate of fl.OO per day and iZ.SO per day for non-ratepayfjrs; that the fee for operating room shall be .$2.00 for minor and $5.00 for major operation. (3) (a) To assume the existing debenture Indebtedness of not exceeding 17279, the purchase price of .the hospital. (b) To create a further .debenture of liot exceeding $5000 for the purpose of providing and furnishing a nurses' home and also to further equip the hospital. (4) To repay debenturj^ amounting to $7279 on original basis^and to retire further debenture issue of not exceeding. $5000 in equsil annual Instalments with accrued Iriterest. . Olatrlbution of Maintenance anil ' Capital Expenditure* (5) Capital: Repayment of instalments or principal and Interest of existing debentures $750; repayment of principal and interest ot new debeh; ture to be created $850....... ;$1,606 I Maintenance Salaries of nursing staff : and' other help ........----$7000 Drugs and dressings .-.:.;... 1500 Fuel and light............... 600 Provisions and supplies ..... 4000 Secretary's salary and stationery .................� 350 Repairs................... 1600 Bank interest, insurance etc.. 360 Organization expenses ....... 400 Rebates and nonpaymenta .... 7436 IN TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Epidemic effective 12.01 a.m. November 2nd, trnlc No. 511 from Medicine Hat to Calgarj via Lethbrjdge and Aldorsyde, will run on Mo'nday, Wednesday and Friday. No. 62 from Calgary to Medicine Hat via Aldersydo and JOethbridgo will run on Tuesday, THTirsday, and Sat urday. No. 522 from'Edmonton to Calgarj �will run dally except Sunday. No. 533 and 524 between; Calgarj and Edmonton will be withdrawn. No. 527 and 528 between ;Hardlst3 and Edmonton will be withdrawn. For further particulars apply anj C. P. R. Ticket Agent, or ..... J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Dr.A.T.Snankie .  M.D., CM. � �..'�'�WKi EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Av*. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon. Manhattaji Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hosnltal, New York City, 1911-1914. Speclatlat to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and .farm machinery. Sales sondaos. ed ia any part of Alberta.' P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Date*, and Rateo Call Tho Oowoley Land Agency, Loth-bridge.. Phoiie 1809 freel&EliiQtt Sheet Metal Works ' winter will soidn'bo hero'ud bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces- overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a ape-cialiy. ' , Phone 1713 330 Sixth.St �. Lethbrldge, Alta. DRAYING  Of All Kinds WestcrnTransferCo. limited^ ifloo *.---- 9531 Local Improvement District No. 66 .................... - 7688 Village of -Grassy; I^ke I .^1..'. i - - 461 Town' of Ta,ber ...____...... 1760 $22,636 Ad O FURS-^UR&SFURS Highoot Price* Paid CANADIANlHlOE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave; 8. 264-0 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, ' balance half crcp. Best buyjiti dlatrlct. CHAS. T. COUSINS 8KIPF, ALTA. SPENCE'S AUTO UVERY NIGHT IbALLS, LETUORIPGE HOTEL. PHOME 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS GLvSED CAR. . DAY P�iONei142, "RES. PHONE 42B Tractor Repairs We apaeUIixe in nborlnc no tractor v cyllndoro, and mttBB OTorsico. platono and .riBSi.i . We bare la atoek ntvpreowt -| makee of gas tra�^n.;^ Eofd EnsiBcs NIVEN' B SIS 1st Ave. S. ,. m mm ii 37 ;