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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAf i NOVEMBER 8,1918 THE LETHBI DAILY HERALt? PAGE THREE Ma Ha^tNo Ear for Pa's Music. By Wellington TiheD Pl^TURB CEDRIC? ffS 'HOISE ! THAT IS HUSIC m> \t)U'|> RECO^lze IT Ac r FDR MUSIC?)- TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Epidemic elfsc-tive 12.01 a.m. November 2nd, train; [No. 511 from Medicine Hat to Calgary V,l ' via Lethbridge and Aldersyde, -wlU J;| run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. No. 52 from Calgary to Medicine Hat. ' via Aldersyde and Lethbridge will run on Tuesday, Tliursday, and Saturday. No; 582 from Kdmontou tc. Calgary will run' daily except Sunday. No. 53S and G24 between Calgary and Edmonton will be withdrawn. No. 527 and 528 betwoen Hardisty an^l Edmo;iton will be withdrawn. For fiirther' particularH apply -any C. P..K. .Ticket Agent, or J. E. PROCTOR, � � District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Sad Death of Young' Mother- John Buchan, OJH Timer, Dies Suddenly (From Our Own Cori'espontlent) Plncher Creek, Nov. 5.-With the exception,of a few high winds,, this fall has been remarkably beautiful. We are therefore, quite prepared for winter, and with several Inches ot snow still on the ground from yesterday's steady snowfall, a great part of which, melted as it fell, and the thermometer considerably below' ffeealng point tonight; it is Just probable that wlnten is^at.han^. _ Duripig ' Iho snowstorm of Monday night the wild geeAe weiit South over the town in - numerous flocks' their weird honk, honk; also bSing a herald of winter. , " The Spanish influenza is now *ell in check,-and most of the cases practically recovered, although a number did not progress as favorably'as hoped, for. . " , � ,  ' .iDr. J. J. Gillespie. M.H.O., after a tew days return to duty, was taken ill again, butlSbpes to soon be around � again. Dr.-bubuc was very' ill, but is now conraleic^ht. ..)/�'':"/� ". Mr. Richards, of the Caaadiah Bank of Commerce, ton a coui^ie df days was critically ill, and his mother and "brother were aummoned from ttie east. The criaia was passed auccessfuUy however,'and it is hoped that Mi^here It is presumed he had sat down to milk. It has been concludea.,that a paralytic, stroke was the ^ cause of defth, as there was no sign of thefc deceased having besn kicked or trampled upon by the cattle. Mr. Bnchah.was of a reticent nature, and probably not 30 widely known on that accoiUnt, biit was very highly esteemed by* those of his acquaintance. He and'his ifamily have resided in this disfrlc't for the past eighteen year.?, thefgreater.M^ was spent on the iraric^hlaf Chipman Creek. 1 � 'The' dwlased,; who was In his sixty-flith^y^ar,''-was predeceased by his \^tUe,'Who ^passed away Iii -February f 1916. 'f . , � Jtii^ch sympatbf is felt for Mr.s.i Fred'Lindsay of �townj'OVhp is the only daughter and for^ John S. Buchan, Avho is-the last of the family at home, :i1so for bleiit. Arthur Buchan, the eliiest son, who went overseas with the 192hd Battalion.. The funeral which,was conduct.Ml by. thafBe^F.^Jl 3)|. |fVtikl?5lioh,itook place on ThursdaV\ afterhooii at two o'clock. Interment followed -In the . Pincher .Creek vceriietery. on Lissard creek, is a very ill man,/ but he is in such a condition that removal is out of the question until he improves. i So tremendous has tlie situation be-icome that Liberty Loan and even tliei war news which .seems too good to lio true, is scarcely taken notice ot, kg pressfng Is the need for every effort to check the-ravages o� the influenza. It is hoped that the next week will see the beginning of the. end of the epidemic, and a decrease in the rtoath rate which has been climbing so alarmingly yesterday and today. No more cases of acarliet feypr have' developed and it Is thought that this scourscj wiy not get much of a hold at Coal Creek where the two' cases now. being treated came from.' r Nurses, more nurses, is the constant need, and trained nurses would look like angels to the hospital staff here. CENSURE MILITARY MEDICAL COUNCIL Great Scarcity of Doctors and Traiheld'Niines to Combat, Epidemic (Special to The Herald.) Fernie, Nov. ,7.--Five more deaths during the past twenty-four hours has brought the list of d,ead from influenza and pneumonia lip, t'o>^tTifenty-nIne in Fernie and immedla'te district since the first outbreak of the^epidemic. More deaths may be expected during the next tew, days) as those who were first stricken are either slowly recovering or a^e, deyelppltig the peculiar type of pneumonia iirhich follows In the wake of the influenza. The number of new cases seems not to be increasing, b�t: the work developing upon the overworked nurses and physicians conB�quent^;Upon> the number of'pneubpnlai cases .Js growing more gtrneuous, calling for more nursing, of a more careful kind. ThU new work is taxlrig the force of nurses to the limit of endufance, many of the voluriteers as well as trained nurses'bei^g exhaustipd' from the excessive tax upon , their Vitality, and many of them have tdgd- to bed suffering -with Blight atteekt ot the In-fl.uenza. .  -. ^ Miss Langley, the matron in charge of all the hospitals, is'haying great .difficulty In getting nurses virho can-stand the heavy strain. Shie l^i^s the assistance of the general, doiilinlttee in this work, soi^e of'them being kept continually on the go, Ih search of voir unteers to' take the places of those who succumb. -All. the...hgsp|tal accommodations with .whIi:|L, thev three emergency hospitals,;W;iere,,fitted up are Wept full, although many of the first patletits are leavihg,: tnakiiag room for others Fho,are ,b'rpughtjh. ' 'Dr. Cbrsan has be^n unable ^o do any work since night before, last, and Dr. Bonnell is Just able to be around though he should be In bed ^ taking a long rest. Dr. Asselstine is still able to keep on the go all day and tar Into the night. Dr. Garner has been at work constantly, but the very severe illness of Mrs. Garner takes him from a portion ot^,.theviork'he would otherwise be able to do. Mrs. Garner has developed an , aggravated case of pqeunionia, which with a i�'eak heart combines to make'hers a most critical case. A ^iplne in asperin was feared yesterday, but a/shipment arrived Just in time to save the aituatlon In that par-^ tinular; The need Is foi-: care, more care, with n^any cases,.some of them outsidLe .the hospitals. Wm. Stockwell whs jflsW- Kht.-if> miles south ol town Toronto, Nov. 8.-That after four years of the war the military medical council at Ottawa should have: . had better accommodation for soldiers, and strongly censuring that body for not having provided suitable quarters in the Jalrgest military district In, Canada, the jury at the inquest into the circumstances surrounding the death of Cadet Davidson, R. A. F. at the base hospital, gave its verdict last night. V.C. WINNER ,DIED OF INFLUENZA Winnipeg. .Nov. 6;T^Lieut.:Allan Mc-Ldod. V.C, of Stonewall, Man., died at the General hospital tonight of pneumonia following influenza., -^-1-�.....---'-.y' Rev. J.:-W., Cannoni, pastoif of the Methodist -chiirch at Canton, Onl., is dead. . yi-/;. ua scriptions. At a, public , hearing in., Ottawa last week In conr \ nectlon withi paper conservation, the Government; Paper Controller for Canada Intimated that regulations about to - be : Issued would Include; one to the effect that: "Publishei-s of dally : newspape rt must ., ' cease sending their newspapers to subscribers three months In arrears unless subscriptions be definitely renewed and all arrears fully paid." For obvious reasons the Government insists tiiat paper Bhall be saved and proposes that only those "who pay for their publications shall receive them. , Under these regulations the Herald will have no choice in the matter of dealing with subscriptions In arrears tor over three months. There are many other restrictions imposed, but this one is the most important. Therefore, b^e-tween now and 'the end of the year The Herald's subscription list must be put" Oh a paid-in-advance basis, in-order to comply with the governmental order. i We know this order will, be accepted as a necessary resiilt of conditions with paper making industry. 'We are all in honor bound to tarry out our share of theconservation / movement. So if you are in arreairs, please pay up'at 0110^. to prevent a discontinuance ol: your sub- AUCTION SALE OF FARM � LANDS � Recommends Daily Use of Magneala to ..Overcome Trouble. Caused by F�r-mentlng Food and .Aeld Indlaeatlon. Gas and wind In the stomach accom- . panied by that full, bloated feeling ^'^PP^ved: after eating are almost' certain evi-' dence of the presence of excessive hydrochloric! acid In the stomach, creating so-called "acid indigestion." ~ Acid stomachs are dangerous because too much, acid irritates the deli--cate lining of the stomachoften' leading to gastritis accompanied by ser-" louB stomach -ulcers. Food ferments / and sours, creating the dlstressihg gas whjch distends the stomach ' andh'^ hampers the normal functions of-the;! vital Internal organs, often affecting:' the heart. , I It is the iworst of folly to neglect .such a. serious condition or to treat with oi-dinary digestive aide whicli have no neutraliglrig effect on the stomach acids. Instead gist from any druggist a 'few ounces of p and :4here Is no souraess or pain. Bl^ I auratfed Magnesia (in powder or tablqi form-^never liquid or milk) la harhi* less to tbe stomach, inexpensive to tal^' and the best form of magnesia for stomach purposes. It isVused by thoufH' -andfi ot people who enjoy their raoM, with no more tear of IndigestloiL'^ Adveitls6ijioaii .  - . -';-ijf, -"-^ Pursuant, jto^.lhe Onder for Sale in the matter",(>f ^ certain action in the S,upreme Court ot. Alberta, Judicial District of,.:!^ia�J,e.od,; Number 1524, there will be offered, tor sale by Public Auction, at the Court House In the City of Lethbridge ;on Saturday, the 23rd day of November, A. D. 1918, at the hour of twelve.o'clock noon, the following lands and premises: Section Twenty-Three (23) in Township, Four (4).-Range Fourteen (14), West of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta, containing six hundriBd and forty, (640) acres more or less under the re^ferv^tions contained In the original grant from the Crown and In the existing Certificate of Title. The property will be ottered for sale subject to a reserve bid which has beeii'fixed by the Court. The Vendor is informed that the property is situate about nineteen miles from the Town of Warner Post Office, Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Depot, School, etc., and that the . property Is ; sixteen miles South from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's siding at Sklfl! on the lethbridge-Weyburn Line of the said Company; that eighty acres of the said land Is broken and has been in cultivation. That thei-e is on the said land a house sixteen by twenty-four, frame, shingle root; a barn, thirty by fifty, roof shingled and boarded. There Is also a good well and windmill. TERMS: $150.00 cash ;at the. time of sale, ?1,350.00 within Thirty days., without interest and the balance by the purchaser giving to the Vendor a Mortgage on the before described property repayable in Five equal annual Instalments with interest at eight per cent per'annum. Further conditions of sale will be read at> the time of sale or may be hi\d .trjbm Messrs. McDonald, Martin and Mackenzie, .Macleod, Alberta. Sollcltans for the Plaintiff. scription. Please do not wait for a bill-simply refer to the address label. SUBSCRIPTION RATES �MUST INCREASE: The latest increase on the cost ot paper means that the Herald will pay about ?5,000.00 more tor paper during the coming year than last year. An additional retroactive bill of $800 on the last two car loads, has just reached us. As other papers have found it necessary to meet these and other advances.' The Herald is forced to increase its mail substcriiii tion rate from ?4.00^ to ?5.00 a year on December ist. Subscriptions received during November will bf; accepted at $4.00 a year so subscribers will gain by paying Bubscriptions in advance at once. After December the rate will bo .$5.00 a year. AUCTION SALES '"' I have been favored with Instructions from the following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective places. . Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting ' Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. WOCKNITZ, 30-6r22, near Magrath. An extra fine bunch ot nure bred and erade Percherou horses, cattle, pigs, farm Implements, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Nobleford. Some fine work horses and brood mares. An exceptionally good herd ot niilk cows, pigs, farm implements, household furniture, etc. W.F. HOPKINS, HardieviUe. Some fine matched teams of horses, cattle, farm Implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses and lots. GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Street S. Auctioneer , .cth 8t ft Lethbridge, Altfc Epidemic of Influenza Instructions Regarding the Care of Sick Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenia Patients in the Provinces the Following Instructions Will Be of Value: E. P. McN., L. J. S. C. Ad X FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METALH, CbMPANY y 220 2nd Ave. 8. 264-0 DONT FORGET ::^|^ THE WAR VET�IIAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please natjry SecV Veterans' Chil� ?hwt 372 1. Fresh air is the most essential requisite tq.the comfort and well being ot patients,-no matter how ill. 2. Rest in bed for three days after fever has gone is urged to prevent complications. , 3. Pneumonia cases should not be kept In the same room with uncomplicated, influenia cases. 4. Nourishing food at legula'r intervals. � 5. Plenty of wn:er or lemonade. 6. General unworrled service,' avoid chattering, nagging or questioning anticipate wants of sickest patients, convalescents usually ask tor what they want. Keep the patients in iBolates^d .room in seiSarate beds. Keep ; patient in bed all ot the time. (This means patient must not get up to go to the bathroom). Two or three pillows arranged step fashion the lowest well under the shoulders, will make breathing easier. Keep the arm's and shoulders well covered. Ventilate the room freely. At the outset, headaches and backaches are frequent;- Cloths (moist but not dripping) to the head, changed frequently give some relief. Avoid anything that Bright cause the [slightest chill. Care ot mouth; a �['mouth wash every few hours and cold cream to the lips help to keep the mouth in a normal condition; if patient Is jextremely weak, swab tbe te^th carefully with moistened cotton applications three tlines daily. Coughihg patients should keep mouth covered when coughing, paper napkins or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are sate and better than <..*^-: S^mllies can help ^visiting;:nurses and aids by having hot; water, towelsj' and newspaper ready when nurses arcj expected.  , ^ '�(Signed)- /.. ' r;\ 'I Provincial Hcllth'DiiWitil^t DRAYING Of All Kinds WcstcrnTransferCo. Limited fflo C, p. n. PrelaMK PHONM -Of�l*e tin THE ROY Electrical ContraetUis ot aO' klnda. Agents for the WorM Famous � --t,^ Deico Light : Country wiring a speelalty. ; 818 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF ,$1.0C down, , balance halt:) crop. Best buy in district. CHA^. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. 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