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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PR1DAV. NOVEMBER 8, 1018 THE LKTHBKIDGR daily HERALP THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Ma Has No Ear for Pa's Music. PAGE THREE' By Wellington '�'-'"1 .! NJ^F^ hpfylit ix-rVJ^fufoirTr' HORN AW Vt&tl , I CANTWO .. Tl-w  MOPST O TrW N0I5C!J v�, T~)j--- yf/^ 1^ JW ill I aND .pONT ACtAIN, ToTVfc OgflRcBOVS TflOrlBONE PL/MNtf, ^5 'noise? that is Music and VOU'D RECOGNIZE IY AS SUCH IF You mao ftW EAR' FOR MUSIC?!- 'T^T^PTWr]Tv?ha' D'ya MF-PiN,"racket1!'I - ) you p. "ear. por i ^--husic'fs 'FLU CHECKED HI Sari Death of Young Mother- John Utichnn. OJd Timer, Dies Suddenly (From tliir 'i�n r"i>rrnl 1 Plnrhnr Creek. .Nov. a.- With the f"xeept Inn of ;i few IiIkIi u incs. this fiill h:i! few days return io dm v. w.i  ik.n ill again, but >.oiies to soon Ij" . ill. out is now convalescent, / Mr. Hlchards, of the Canadian Hank of Comraircc, for a maple of days *a� critically 111, unil hi* mother and brother wore summoned from Un- i 'tin. Mr. J. J. Cninrron, who ill in Edmonton. Is rpi-oT#rlnn and lioppit iDou to be ablo to roiiu' lioniP Mr. Allan Mi'Clolland, who han ki-Pn a patlunt In th M�morl�l Hoapiul tor ihh past thrno wcrkii. Is now c.inviil'.'ii-i;i�tit, and on Sunday returned to hln Noiik' tu FlHlihurn. A Sad Dtath On Thuriilny uvonliiK l�st onu of � thn Haddnt of doatli� oriurri-d In 'own, �l tk* liomi� of Mr, Kmllo Onll-1 iotlp, wlten hl� youiiK wlfn, Klori'iii'4 MoiiEcon Ouiili-tte. vury rfudUi'iily psnii *d uway. Thn docpa^pd ivai a fin. li*�r ('r.-^k Slil. anil wi'll liflovHil hv main iriti\M \ Iht nist�T -MIsh Marie Mo'.ii,'".hi. of tiiu | Sarrcd lleiirt. foiivonl, t'alK.iry; a I brothnr Harmas of town, and lir hro-j llirr I'ic. N'oc MotiRpiiu wlio v.a-; re-jroiitly woiiikIimI and has linen aiiiiilttnd to a hospital in llriHtol, IOiir. The fllli'-ral was romlileied by Kulil-rr Pilon. from St. Mleli.M.-l's ilniivh, on i'rliliiy aftenioon. Internieiit Ink-illK place In St. Michael's i-enietery. Old Timer PasaeB j^ll the mdithborhoiid f'hipin.iii frock and rnnny friend^ in town were Nlni('i:i'd on Tnet-day iiuinilil^, \\ liei, 1 hoy learned of the .oulden passim; �away of an old friend and nelKhbor i it,' vi'.e person of Mr. John Davlil j hie hall. ' TUB (loccnHPd, who had s;cenii!il in I 111.! lisiuil health, had koho to the stalilo to alien I to Ills regular wiork, and wan found later with life extinct, lyliiR near where It is prci.nmcd Iin had sal down to milk. It has boon com In�!�'il that a paralytic iHrult" wmb th� cause of delfth. as thee was no sign of tho deceasod havinK be3n Ikii-lioil or trampled upon h> tho cattie. I .Mr. Hm-han was of a retlc 'lit nature, j and probably not so widely Known on j that account, but wan . 'i.. nichly ] esteeinud by tho e of his. acquaintance ' He and Mis fumllv have readied In tills ' dlKlTlct for the pa'.1 eljjVeill v, ii � i. I the greater part of which was spent on j the rittirh nenr t'lilinnan rv.'i. ; The detoimed. who was in I.Is .;xt > - lifih year, was predn'easi'.l hv hi | wife, who passed away ':i t'-iiiiiuy 'of 1915. Murh sympathy Is felt '->: 'ii ( Kred Lindsay of town, who I  th � "iil> ; daurhter and fur John ,s. Ilai ),..n, i� i Is the lim of the family if a mi'-, .-l-o I for I.Imui. Arthur Hu.hae tin- el.'eit ion, who went overHea* wiih the IX'nd llattalloii. The funeral was o.vln ' d 1 y the R�v J. N' \Vllklu�on :..oi; \>'.:a e on aftnrnnon at �.*.. !> Interment followed !n thn I'ini her Creek cemetery. TEMPORARY CHANGE HI i TRAIN SERVICE ; Aci'oniH lufhK .ii/.n lOpideniic etfrf.-: live 12.01 Noveiuli'jr 2nd. train i No. r,ll from Medicine Hat to Cnlgary ; via I.PthbridKe ami Alihisyde. wi'l . run on .Monday. \Y. � No. f,2 from I'alKary to .Medlriin: Hal via Aldorpyde and Leihhridge will run i;;i Tiiesdar. Thunalay, and .'.iat-nrdav. No. ,"i82 from Kdirmiiiou Io I'alpary 'Will run daily except Sunday. No. ,Vi:', ami r,2l between tJulnary and Kdmuntou will b'M and ,r)2H butv.ei'ii Hard'cly , arid I'.'dinoiitiiu vvill be withdrawn. 1'or tiyithi r particulars apply t.ny I', it Tirkm Aneut. or .1. E. PROCTOR. f'i-'vb ! I'lL^'-etiK-er A Kent, i I'lilcnry. .ii: a on creek. !. a \"ry 111 n, but he i'i in laicli a condi'lon thai I inovul i!i inn of tie- question nn'.il j improves. j So tretnendoil � ha. the situation be-i come that Liberty Loan and "\cn tu.. ! war news which iieenis too i;oo I to be i true. Is scarcely taken e of. so ; preniiliiK is the need for every effort. to check the ravages of the intlie'iiza. I It Is hoped dial the next week will see the buKinniiit; of the end of the i epidemic, and a decrease in the ,|e;,fh | rate which has been climbliiK >o alaim-j hiKly yesterday and toiln >. No more rases of iiearlel fever have developed and it I.; thiniKht thai tills I s,-n\itre wiy not t;c.t mm. Ii of a hold at Coal Creek where the two ease., now beiim treated tame from. Nurses, more nurses, is iin> constant iiei'd, and trained lining would look like angclF to tile liosfijtal start here. cease stedincj their newspapers to subscribers three months In arrears unless subscriptions be definitely renewed and all nrreari fully paid." Kor olivimi" r'asmi.. the (!ov eniineni liislsts hall CENSURE MILITARY MEDICAL COUNCIL Tnront,-). Nov. S That after four years of the war the military medical council at Ottawa should have had j better aci oaitniiii.'iiloii for soldiers, i and strounly ! nutrinp that body for not havinc |iro\ii|ed aiitable quarirTs |in ilie.lai-Rest ipiiiia'.".' dPtrlct In t'tm-, nda Hie jury at the Inquest inlo th" , i'll clllll"tai|i-es !-ill i oallllllli; the ibcit'l a! i .ide.; liavidMiri, If. A 1'. i;\ the !,.!" I liiKpiial. i;uvi' Its verdict lajt niRlit. tliat liapi r nnd propo those v.ilo publication ceive tli'ii. I'lider ih the Herald choice iii dealing with Hons in ;l; i ..ii tha' for saved only t tiejr ro- -' ti-i;ni'itlun til ll'.'-et ihese and other advance.. Yin' Herald i;' forced to increase it : mail subscription rate from SI.en in V..110 a >��, r on Ivc.enil)"!-1 -t. Subscription-; re'.'eiv'il diit'liii; NoV'iniior will In lieeepteil ill sIaiii a year :.o subscribers will Kiifn by ])iiylnr siiha-riptions in advance at mice. After IP � ecmber lln- rate will be �fa.on a year. V.C. V/1NNER DIED OF INFLUENZA throe month There sue many other realrlctloti.- imposed, but. tlll.l Dlle i. the mot ile-portnllt. Til tore, In-iween now mil th- � ml of thn year The Herald's siibscrlpllon list must la-put on a p lidlnadvanco bnitls, In order to comply with the itoveinmental order. Wo know this order will be arcepted.e. a necesHi.ry result of conditions with pap--! nniklni; industry. We nil |n honor bound in curry oil' our i.hate of I he eon-i-rva'|o|i move incut. So 11 you are in ai re ir.-.. p!" > pay up a' one.' to i r>', ent. a dlhcur. 'iniiaiic ii your siib- VillliitieX Nov. (,. Allan Mr-i X C , of Slot!"'.' ,,ll Mall died til" ( lioiplta! louiciit of pill'll- j J 11.....,:i '"ili'iina; iii.'lili'iua J j Ilev, ,1 \\ i'.1111111111 [..i-ror of the i iMi'iliodi i chun h a' �mh1 bad dinner with 'he mem lieri of the household, and iboul live o'clock in the. afternoon expressed a doalrn to retire, which/ sue wm as-^iated to do. In less than an hour aim had paused away, leavinu her Borrow- mm VOUR CHILD IS GROSS, FEVERISH, FROM CONSTIPATION If Tanfu* la Coated, Braath Bad. Stomach 8our, Claan Livar and Bowala. iSpectol to Tho Hflrald.l KernM. Nov. Kive more deaths durinit the paat twenty-four hours ha* brought thn Hat of dead from lutluen/a > and pneumonia up to tweiuynlne In 1 I'ernle and immediate district alwco the firm outbreak of tha epidemic. More deuthi may he expected dur-Ing the next few days, as those who were firm utrlcWen aro either slowly recoverinc or are developing tho peculiar type of pneumonia which follows In tho wakn of the Influenza. The number of new ca*es seems not to be Inereailng. but tho work developing upon the overworked nurses and phyeiclans consequent upon thn number of pneumonia cases in growing more strneuous, calling for more nursing, of a more careful kind. This new work la tuxlng the force of uuruea to the limit of euiliuauce, many of the volunteers an well us trained Burses beiag exhausted from the e\ cesBive tax upon their vitality, ami many of them hare to go to bed nut-fenng with flight atteeke uf tha in-tlueuza. Mlas I.ungley, the matron in cliarRe of all the hospitals, is having fireat dltflculty in getting nurses who can stand the heavy strain. She has the assistance of the general commit tee In this work, aoino of them being kept (Jive -"California Syrup of Fig." at! continually on the go liTaMrehTilVoV. once a teaapoouful toilay often unteB, u, tak(,a of who auceuuib. All the hoapital ac- ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID AT ONCE Government Paper Controller About to Order Cutting Off of Unpaid Subscriptions. At a public hearlitK In Ottawa last week In connection with, paper conservation, tho (Sovermneni Piper Controller itir Canada lutluiutrd thai regulations about to tie issued would Include one to tho effect (hut: "Publiahare of dally ncwapapera mutt to order for Sale |n r of a  ei tain action in the our" ,,f Alberta. Judicial � r M.ui'iid Number IT^t. ,c rilfori'd for sale by I'tiliP  Iho Court House in the City el,;e on Saturday, the '.:;:rd  v ember. A I) I'.US, a! the tile ix GAS IN THE STOMACH a tick child tomorrow. It your little, one is oul-or-aorti, half-alck, lau't retting, eating and acting naturally-look, Mother! see If totiguo ia coated. This ia a aure sign that its little ^tomach, liver and bowels aro slogged with waste. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give a tea eoinmodaticms with whieh tlte three emergency hospltalu wero iltted up are kept full, although many of the first patlentB are leaving, making room for others who are brought In. Dr. Coraan haa been unable to do any work alnce night before last, and Dr. Honnell is Jatt able to be around �poonfu! of "California Synip of Flga" Ith0UgU ho shouUl be In beil taking a and In a few hours all tho constipated lons 10st' �*)iBon. undlgeated food and sour bile I nr A*86'811"6 i� atill able to keep .ently moves out of Ub little bowela!on ,he B� a" and ,ar the rithout griping, and you have a well playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after glvliiR this haimloss "fruit laxative," because It never fails to cleanse the little one's liver and bowelfi and sweeten the rtoiuaeh and they dearly love lu pleasant taste, h'ull directions for bab ii'K, childron of all hk^Miml for grownups printed on each bottlo. 'flewara of counlerfeil fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a bottlo of "California Syrup of flga"; thou teo that if Is made by tho "California Klg Syrup Company."-Atlvertisu-Hteut. night Or. Garner has been at work constantly, but the very severe illness of, Mrs. Camer taken him from u portion j of the \y>rk he would otherwite be able to do. Mrs. Garner haa developed an aggravated case of pneumonia, which with a weak heart combines to make hers a moat critical case. A famine in asperin was feared yesterday, but a shipment arrived just in time to save tho situation In that particular. The need is for care, more cure, with many cases, some of them outside the hospitals. Win. Stockwell wh* miles south of. town Recommends Dally Ut� of Magnoia to . .Overcome Trouble. Caused by Far-manllng Food and Acid Indigestion. Ci.ih and wind In the stomach aecom� panted by that full, bloated feeling after oatiitg are almost curtain evl-ilenco of the presence of excessive hydrochloric acid in the si.,much, creating socalled "acid indigestion." Acid stomachs are dungnrou.i because too much acid irritates the delicate lining of (he stomach* often leading to gastritis accompanied by serious stomach ulcers. Food ferments and sours, creating the distressing gas which distends the siomach and hampers the normal functions of tho vital internal organs, often affecting tho lnurt. It Is tho .worst of tolly to neglect filch a serious condition or to treat with ordinary digestive aids which have no neutralizing effect on the stomach acids. Instead get from any druggist a few ounces of Disuratad Magnesia and take a teaspooiiful In a quarter glaas of water right after eating. This will drive the gas, wind and bloat right out of tho body, sweeten the stomach, neutralize tha excess acid and prevent its formation and there Is no sourness or pain. HI-snrateil Magnesia (In powder or tablet form-never liquid or milk) ia harmless to tho stomach, inexpensive to take and the best form of magnesia far stomach purposes. It la used by thousands of people who enjoy their meaw with no more fear of indigestion.- Advertisement t.u i'i, l.i.ltli Sup'  .Hi' Iii in. t � there w ill Alt' tloll a of I.o'.I.Y day of V hour of !.-. c'.ve. ii'doi'l; lioou. lowitiK l.oi l� and preml-e..: Seition Twenty-Three ua i in Town ship Four (41. Itunge Fourteen (Hi West of Hi.. Fourth Meridian ir lit-I'rovltue of Alberta, cotitainlm; hundred and forty itMoi acres more ... lets un lor the reservation* contained in tin- original grant from tin- Crown and in the existing Certlniiil" of Title The propei ;\ will be offered lor sale Mibji'i t tu a reserve bid which has been tlxe 1 l.y the Court. The Vendor Is Informed niut tn*> property is Mtuato about nineteen miles from tin' Town of Warner l'ont Ollice. Canadian 1'ailtic Hallway Company's liepni, School, etc., anil that the property 1* sixteen miles South from the Canadian Pacific Hallway Company'.-* stdlng at Skiff on tin-t>i-ih bridgii-Wi'vluirn Mnr of the said Company: that eighty acres of :h(Mi ianli at the time wt sale. II.a5Vi.uu within Thirty day* without interest and the balance by the purchaser giving to the Vendor a Mo.-t-Kitgo on tli, before described property repayable in Kive equal annual iustal-merits with interest at eight per ci-ut per annum. Further conditions of sale wiil be read at the time of sale or may Ir.' had from Mcitrt. McDonald, Martin and Mackenzie. Maeleod, Albeita. Solicitors for the Plaintiff. A pproved; K. P. McN, 1.. J. S. C. Ad X FURS-FURS-FURS Hlfjhett ��rlcet Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 284-0 AUCTION SALES I have been favored with Instructions from the following gentlemen tu '"II by Public Auction at their respective places. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. W0CKN1TZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An extra fine hunch of mire bred and erade Percheron horse.i. cattle, pips, farm Implements, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Nobleford. Some fine work horses and brood mares. An exceptionally good herd of milk cowr-. ph;s, faun Implements, household furniture, i.-tc. Dr. A.T.Soankie M.D., CM. 1SI fiYE, EAR, NO.-..: AND THROAT SPECIALIST tjiil'.o roomn 1 111-12 2 New P. itiiiun Untitling, Corner Sth At j. and 2nd St. East. Cnlrifry. Officii Phono M2348 HesidciiCG Phono M207T latorno arid House Surgeon, Mauhuttaa Kyn., N'oso and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1311-19U. Specialist to Calgary School Board W. F. HOPKINS, Hardieville. Some fine matched team, of horses, cattle, farm implement, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses and lots GEORGE P. PORTER 327 nth Street S. Auctioneer pnone 1692 K f"' Those from whom I have be,.n favored with nah's AUCTIONEER Long experience in stnrl: aud farm machinery. Saloa conduct-, vd any part of AllKrta. P. LAVALLEY COALOALE, ALBERTA For Datee and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth-bridge. Phone 18C9 f reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Work* Winter will soon bo hern and bring with It the cold weather. Ilavo your furnaces overhaul' od by us Kxport work. Hot ulr furnace svorU' u spo-. ally. Phone 1711 310 Slirth 3L B. Lethbrldge. Alt*. Epidemic of Influenza Instructions Regarding the Care of Sick Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in the Provinces the Following Instructions Will Be of Value: DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCo. Limited em- C P. B. PreigM : PHONIB Of,lee ........... KM BUJltv .......... tB�t ^Sl \// DONT FORGET [X\ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER I Please notify Sec'y Vderut' Club PbMM 372 1. Froeit air Is tin- most essential requisite tr (ln> comfort and well bo lug of patbnls, llo matter how 111. I. Hest In bed for three days after fever has gone is urged to prevent complicating. :t. Pneumonia cases hhould not he kept In the same room with uncomplicated Influenza cases 4. Nourishing food at legular inter \.\h ~i. Plenty of wf.:er or U-moiu\de. �i. (Ji-neral un.vorried scrvlcu,- avoid | ciiattt-riiig. nuggliiK �!" nuestlonlni; anticipate wants or r.nkest patients, con-. valescoia-i usually aak fur what they j want. Keep the patients in isoluted : room in separate bods Keep I i patient Iii bed all oi Urn time, ('iiiiaj ] means patient must not get up to go j �to the bathroomi. Two or thre-� pi!-lloMo arranged sto|i tasliiou the lowest' jwi-U under tho shouldura will make breathing eiisiur. Koeji the arms and , i shoulders well covered. Ventilate the1 j room freely. At tho outset, headaches ' 1 and backaches are frequent. Cloths i (uioibt but not dripping) to the head/ changed frequently give some relief.; Avoid anything thut might causo thn ; 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 pat-1 ieut is extremely weak, swab the teeth carefully with moistened cotton applications three times daily. 1 Coughing patients should keep1 mouth covered when coughing, paper napkins or three thicknesses of toilet i paper used only once, are safe and better thau rags or handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bag pinned to bed-; tide, within easy reach of patients 1 hand, to receive the used napkins.' Change bag at least twice daily, or j whenever It becomes half full. The Invisible spray from tho mouth! nd uose during coughing and sneuz-! ing is us dangerous us visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can be masked, weak patieuts are annoyed by them. FOOD Pood-For the unhappy, feverish Bfttlents, liquid diet, hot or cold, us | preferred, mill:, lemonade, weak. | and coffee, broths. For convalescent I patients not feverish, soft diet gruels cooked cereal-, mill;. Jollies, e'ofi b0|b j ed eggs, etc. Food may he kept In a thermos hot-(tie. Patients should drink some v.itiJr wluill awake. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all klnde. Agents for the World Famous Oelco Light Country wiring a specialty, 11S 4th Avenue Box 3M Phone 735 PRECAUTIONS Precaution - All mouth wa.iljest bath wutiir. exeta. and uneaten liquid food Hhould he th.-ov,n into thi,- toilet by the attendant All bags, napkins, .ur.ipr! of uneaten : food, mouth nwub. oil'., should be i wrapped In clean newspaper bofo/c be-i ing carried to the kitchen tu hv de-! -truveil by burning. i All linen, shews masks, towels, etc., j should be submerged in u largo kettle J of cold water in the. sick room, or put in n pillowslip or lauiidrv hag. This can be safely carried to tho kitchen ; stove and wlmn contents have been : boiled Ave nilnulos anyone may finish caring for the linen. When attendant : cannot stop to wash her own hands, , dour knobs, faucets, etc., should be protected by scraps of newspaper | which may bn destroyed after each using. Attendants must be constantly masked, must wear big all over aprons I in sick room, changing it to a different 1 oiio always before entering any other part of the house. Attendant must kuep facilities for wushing her own hands, soup, nail brush and paper towels in clean place and never touch tho patient or patients utensils without afterward cleansing her own handa thoroughly. Running water Is better ami safer than a basin of weak disinfectant kepi for tho hands alone. Kverything used for tho patient should be kept separately from tho supplies for the rest of tho household This means dishes, bed linon, bath wrappers, towels, face cloths, rockiug chair, utc. Families can help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water towels, and newspaper ready when nurses uru expected. (Signed) Provincial Health Departnent SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHDBIOQE riqTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR C DAY PHONE 1141 RES, PHONE 42� Tractor Repairs We epeclalli* in reborlug gw tractor cyllndera, and fitting overelze platoaa end rings. We have in etook at pretest oreralxe piatoM for all BOfllUr makes of gaa tractors. Ford EagBitt Rebcrtd NIVEN BROSL 21S 1st Ave. 0. Ptten* 1IBJ ;