Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ SATURDAY,. NOVE^fBIi:�l 0, 1918 THAt SON-IN-LAW Ot^PA'^ PAGE THREE Port Arthur, 0iit., NOV. 9.-TKe atea-nier Chester A; Congdon, of the Tom-llnson Line,/was reported by wlrele,8s today to have Iwbken in two during the night. , . ^ ' The boat ran pn Canoe Island near 4\: fii^yal Arrowroot 'A^'ttrengthenihg ioqd for child or grovm ujp. Makdr brawn aiiii miucte 4& ru^Iy flaypred^jS^ '�'.BjSCUitrV' ^-e .T-f^salted or plain. J t -^in>striped pack^g^s North West Biscuit Co. ;�ftmonton > mitet R��tiUL Saakatoen C�Itfary Vancouver .27 ' Caiimla Ftoi Board Ueinat Isle Royal on. Thursday night. The crew was taken oft; by the tug Con-meei and 'arrived in Port Arthur this afternoon. . ' /� The Cortgdon was carrying more than�300,000 bushels of wheat. Thirteen thousand'bushels were removed by the barge Empire, The balance is a total loss., , We ,aU know That chipper fellow \ * *. Who greets you thu.s: * * ' *" "Have you heAd .,*,.'�� The latest?" . ' * , . And then springs ���-�.; �).., Seiio j^ncient wheeze * *. .* That may be funny, . * *, Or may be flat; * ' �.*,*� Depends on how you feel. I don't care mucli For wheezes myself,, But here's a good one: * � - *. . � � If you have saved money, . ,* , � Buy Victory Bonds! � � * �/ ' If you haven't saved money, Buy Victory Bonds, � : � ' j�. ; ; ; And'saveiBbmel 1 . ,'if''�i I- ^ Answer's' the same �., In either case. . j , '! Now you chipper -ffellows Tell th�,t to your trtends- * ' * And keep on telling it, a It's gospel! OPPORTONIIY FOR OUR LIVESTOCK INOUSIRY GREM Minister of Agriculture Urges That OpergJtions Be Kept Up to War iWe Scale . Ottawa,,Nor. 9.-Nationalj.jjlans for meeting the crisis of the livestock industry of Canada'in view ot^the pp.s,si-bllity of an early declaration "of p^ace were the subject of consld^ation at .an Informal meeting held''yesterday i in the office of Hon. T. A. Crerar, min-j ister of agriculture. It was iSeclded to ; call together immediately a small .jiiim-j ber of leading Canadian lii^estock men ' and t' \ meat packers to /consider measures that shall be effective in stabil-lizing market conditions smd in pro-jmoting our livestock intei'ests g;ener-; ally in view of th� increased demand .^that is assured following the conclusion of peace. It .was recognized by those present at the preliminary meeting yesterday, that the opportunity is now preseAtetl to Canada of placing tteraelf in fa pbw-iorful poaitlori-,: commercianyt it erpper 'measures are adojpted as regards the sale of llvestocfc'''products* ii;/6ifeat Britain and on>the;.cohtinent of Europe.. . The approach of peace hag .created new conditions in ,thp*fex:jip^t Ht rapiat [ ind,,lpi:9duoe'.,and'^fipji(ie -Mfj^rtali^^^'in i the^roinds/pf'lai^.ers.'asjlqij^lure;^ ' kcts. .' -' An official memorandum states that ; the minister of'aj^lcultiire an-; the of-I ticials of the .depaTtment. a'/j.^deter-J j mined .that a strong 'co'raprehenstyJB*'' ' effort must be made at ,this moment tO ' establish the ''Uvestpqk -^i Industry of Canada upon a iermanent basis as one of the most important commercial enterprises of the country with thn ab-soiuto assurance that a profiiablo business awaits niobcimum capacity pro-fluction after the .war. Information in the hands of the minister convinces him that the export market will continue to absorb at fir \' prices, as compared with the prlcii for all other agricultural products, every pouml of Ijeef, bacon and other animal products that Canada can supply. Hon. Mr. Crerar, In referring to the matter, said: "In view of the great scarcity of cattle and livestock of all kinds in Europe and because ot the great demand for livestock and livestock products of all kinds sure to taaintaiu for some I years at least, I am going to ask the farmers and livestock men ot Canada to mainta/ji their breeding operations on a war-time scale^; to properly finish ail feeding-Itock and to conserve all breeding Jeiliales and still further improve their herds and flocks by using even greater ca^e jii the s/.ection oi" the'.aire." ' '.. ' , EIGHTEEN THOUSAND DEATHS Chicago, Nov, 9.-One million citizens of Illinois have suffered from attacks of influenza and 18,000 have died since the disease began to sweep the state, according to an estimate of Dr. C. S. Drake, state health, officer. Fully, one-half of the deaths, he said, were among Chicagoans. While conditions In the southern part of the state are still serious, the northern section is having, the influenza ban slowly lifted. CHANGE IN OVVNERSHIP. New York, Nov. 9.-Change in ownership of the Christian Hferald, an undenominational wtffekly, through the purchase of Graham Patter.son of Chicago, of ai.controlling interest, was announced here today. Mr. Patterson, for ' the past seven years, has been business representative of the publication in the west. He has been elected president of the corporation and becomes publisher of the paper. TEMPORARY CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE Account influenza Epidemic eftec tlyc 12.01 a.m. November 2nd, train NO. 511 from Medicine Hat to Calgary via Lethhridge and Aldersyde, will run on Monday, Wednesday and Fri' day. , � No. 52 from Calgary fto Medicine Ha( via Aldersyde and? tjethbrldBe' will run on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, No. 522 from Edmonton to CalgarJ will run daily except, Sunday, No. 533 and ^24 ibetween Calgary and Edmonton will be withdrawn. No. 527 and 528 between Hardisty and Edmonton will be withdrawn. For further particulars apply any C. P. R. Ticket Agent, or ^ � J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. (Buy a Victory Bond). lAND FOR SALE ,B. C. FRUIT LANDS. BUT TEN ACRES JN KOOTENAY District. Rrltisa Columbia, which in fruits and vegetalileeii with cow, pigs, poultry and bees/ will pay you steady subLtantlal prdflt8,v Delightful warm climate, rich aoii; good schools, daily trains, daily malls,'close to markets Orchard, garden, .Jtoultry; scenery, hunting, fishing, ^boating. Thrifty, pleasant neighbors, our choice lands JIO cash and flO mopthlf without Interest .Write quick for free information. -West Kooteflay Fruit Lands Company, Dept. B,'Nelson, British Columbia. ..t. Ad A FOR SiVI'E-rl have^;8^ ing laiid,'taking,in a.1'' It is always safe .to send a pominion Express Money drder. .Five dollars costs three cents. > CBuy a Victory, Bond). an hedtmg engineer without cost How iiiany times last winter did you promise yourself that never again would ym attemptlo heat your home with the rusty, cracked, smoky, drafty, erratic, iiieiiicient furnace you now have? The man who .kno^vs by expensive^and exasperating .experietice what a poor, furnace is, is the' maix McCIarys want to talk to about the Sunshine Furnace, because lie , knWs what a good furtxandon /. St. John. N 3.' Torflhto �, Hamilton. Montreal Calgary Winnipci/ Kdmonton Vancouver Saskatoon 69 Ottkwa, .Nov. 9.-Today's casualty list included the following westeriv men and officers.. .Infantry., . killed In' action-rJ. E. Duncan,:' Edmonton; -Lieut. T.G. "Ne'vyl.tt, Port' Haney, B.C:; Lieut, E, S. Philips, M.'C.^ Cranbroofc, B.C.; A. W. Watson, Arm-strong.B.O. � . ' Died of wounds-Lieut. D. P. Hep-bum, Sardis, B.C. � ,, , .; Died-W. Jackson, Tawatinawv Alta.; L. R. Sintth,'Rinchdale', Alta.; A. H. McLean, Fort Vermilion, Alta.;, S. McKenzIe, Alyn, B.C. ' Gassed-Lieut. ,T. S. � Higgins, Scotland. J , , . Cavalry. ' , Died-R. SUantz, Caratairs,; Alta. Machine Guns. v';. 'v Died of wouiids-Lieut.-J: i M. ;:Adie, Si: Catharines,- Ont.- V - ; .'\ '*' Mounted Rifles. - Died of wounds-Corp. O. N.'Gahn, Calgary. / Medical Services. Died-Capt. T. H. Thomson,' Cal-' gary,''' � � " " � � � -�' Wounded-Capt. A. R. Hagerraan, Parkland, Alta. \ ; �''' �ac,res of gralz- ------.-.-_J.e valley In the motintalns. .Natural'^g^a,dow qontain-lng"BO;,apres, ,3 iiarge;jpo'iistantly flowing sprj'ngs, ;2'!arge'"orfleks, ;;400 acres cfin be,,irrigated at iiiaail cost when land is cleared up and cultivated will make splendid alfalfa' land, should produce .lOQb tons annually. Lots of op?n rarigie adjoining;..' 1 don't need this 'proiierty' and am wilting for a .mail wh'oie in a position to utilize it to acT'jra^ta'go.. Must have a foundation .herd bf hvestojcli and s.ome capital is required. I'will sell on longi terms to right party or wlli put in land as an'Investment with right party. For particulars phone to> P. Lund, P. O. Box 189, City. . - RemH-by Dominion Express Money Order. If lost or stolen, you get your money^back. - MILNE TRANSFER Coal'C.OiD. Prompt Service. Phdrffc 1345, 410 13th Streiet N. � -r' : 280-26 AUCTION SALES I have been favored with Instructions from the following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective places. Dates Will Be mdvertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. WO(CKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An extra fine bunch of pure bred and Krade PercUoron horses, cattle, pigs, fana Implements, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33:19-22, near Nobleford. Some finm work horses and brooS mares. An e.vceptlonaIly good, herd of milk cows, pigs, farm implemonts, household ^furniture, etc. W.F. HOPKINS, HardieviUe. Some fine matched teams of horses; Aattlo, farm implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwell^ngshousos and lots. GEORGE P. PQRTER 327 11th streets. Auctioneer i:^: ^ ' Phone 1692 Reference-^Those from whom I have bee^ fav'ored with sales. Dr. A.T. Soahkie M.D, CM. �[ EYE, EAF;, NOsiE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Olfice rooms 121-128 New P.' Burns Building, Corner Sth Avj. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. . Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono 'M2077, Interne and Houise Surgeon, Manhattaj Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New Vork City,-191M9H. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER I Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted ia any part ot Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA, Pop D^fea and Rates C^ll The Oowiley Land 'Agency, Leth-bridge. Phone 1809 emic of Influenza Instructions Regardirg the Care of Sicli Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Piitients in the Provinces Uie Following Instructions Will Be of Value: FOR SALE BY * DIXOR SHEEjr METAL CO. > ? > ? '> ? > .s� ? > > . "--r' ? a nationalizin'g ; ? .> ' inp;luence. , � > *: The Victory Loan must be sent well over the $600,000,000 mark. Considered from every standpoint this Is both desirable and necessary. It will help greatly to solve Canada's difficult fin-, ancial problem. It wlU be an expression of confidence in Canada that'cannot b\it be of inestimable benefit to Canadians. It will enable those who lead In our public: life to take with confidence the first steps in the, new era Canada is entering. If ihe Victory Loan goes well over the half'billion marklt will have had the effect of drawing qn-certain hitherto untouched sources of wejilth. It will have brought large numbers., of foreigners, some o/ whom coulni.'jiot be reached in previous ^campaigns,'fate the list of Victory Borid,.buyers. ' , This -.will promote Day or Night Service : to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 . Resldince 922 2nd Avenue South fptjRS-FURS-FURS ] Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY-220 2nd Ave. S. 264-0 1% ?ont i:^.S-..-THfe W4R�Et�RAN WHEN :^0U HAVE A I job to dfXer PIpasE notify SecV Veterans' CIuITsk Phohe372 1. rresh air is i the most essential requisite to the comfort and well being oi: patients, no matter how i!l. 2. Rest in bed for three days after fever has gone Is urged to prevent complications. 3. Pneumonia cases should not be kept in tlie same room with uneompli-cated influenza cases. 4. Nourishing food at regular intervals. 5. Pleiity of water or lemo,nade. fi. General un worried service, avoid chattering, nagging or questioning anticipate wants ot sickest patients, con-^ valesccnts usually ask for what they I.want. Keep the patients in isolated I room in separate beds. Keep patient In bed all of the time. (This jmeajis patient must not get up to go j to the bathr9om). Two or three pil-I lows arranged step fashion the lowest I well under the shoulders will make . breathing easier. Keep tke arms ,and ' shoulders well covered. Ventilate the i 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 might cause the slightest chill.: Care of mouth; a mouth wash every, few hours and cold cream to thp Hps iielp to keep the mouth in a normal condition; If pat-, lent Is extremely .weak,: swab the teeth carefully with' moistened-cotton applications three times daily. Coughing patients should keep hiouth covered when coughing, paper, napkins or thrjBe 'thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are safe and hotter 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 becomes half full. The Invisible spray from the mouth and nose during coughing and sneezing is as.dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can bo masked, weak patients are annoyed by them. Pay your out-of-town accounts by Dominion .Express Money Grdei-s. Flvo iftrJlars costs three^ cents. FOOD 'Food-For the unhappy, feverish patients, 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, jellies, soft boiled eggs, etc. Food may bo 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 uneateu food, mouth swab, etc., ~ should be wrapped in clean newspaper .before :be-Ing carried to the kitchen to be destroyed by ^burning. ; All linen, sheets; maskSif.towels, etc., should be submerged in a largo kettle of cold water in thb sick room, or put in a pillowslip or aundry bag. This can be safely carried to the kitchen stovo and when contents ^,have been boiled live minutes /Inyonc' may flnish caring for the linen. When .attend-.at cannot stop to wash her,9.wn hands, door knobs, faucets, etc., should be protected .by scraps of newspaper which may be^ destroyed ^after each using. Attendant must b'e constantly masked, must wear big all-over.aprons in sick room; changing It to a'different One alwalys before entering! any other part of the house. Attendant, mwi keep facilities for washing, her. own hands, soap, nail brush find paper towels in clean place and never touch the patient or patients utensils without afterward; cleansing her own, hands thoroughly. Running; water is better'and gafer than a basin, of'weak, disinfectant kept for the hands alone.; Everything- used . for the patient should be kept, separately from ...j^hej suppIJies'Jfor the rest of tJie household. This means dishes, bed linen, ba^h Families can help .visltingt nurses and aids by having hot water tpwels,| and newspaper'ready wHe,n nurses are expected. ^ v [ :(Signed) ' Pr^yin^ua Heahrb^i^lSr Freel & mtt Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. ' Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. 8. -rLethbrldoVt Alte. - Of All Kinds WestcrnTransfcrCo. Umlttd fn�*-C,''>. R. FvraIgM M** ' OWe� im ^ THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contrmetlag of all klnda. Agents for tb* World Famous t DeIco Light Country wiring a specialty. 618 4th' Avenue r Box 334 Phone 73S 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, balance ,haU; -crop. Best buy in district., ' CHAS. T. COOSINS SKIFF, ALTA. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDQB' ' HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIP~8 OLCSED CAB,' DAY PHONB'1142' RES. PHONE J�8 � Tractor Repairs Wfl BpeefaU(9iJ9!�l tractor cyjlijd^^lil;::,; overside j'piftp^^ anid^jraBt^.'^' We have In stocV.atv overslEe pistons fSrlwli makes ot gas uunUxmL'^Jw; NIVEN; SIS 1st Avf.' S.