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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta c 1 / � SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY TffiYlAL;^ PAGE ELEVEN jBdiiiionton Doctdt^Clivei Adv|ce --Follow It aniifrerp to Kill^t Off Iiifluep^a i r i (BclmoiUo|i-iBalle|,In) � . T)K Rovoll, who' 'ivtfa'' ^oi trittny yeai-H provlu'cial bacterloldgi^t,: has giv^n aome very pointed and tiom-inoii-sense suggestions for the necos-Bity, of clealnljness during the , jjro-'. ,gress of this epid^piio and lie, emphasises especially the care ot^ thq nose, mouth and hands. The hands Bhohld lalways be washed before >Jiandljnff food of any kind, and In the oar'^ of the mouth he suggests the use of any of the good mouth washes apiflled with a tooth brush. The teeth should be kept thoroughly cleansed In Uilg way and the bruBh .should, bd used with - tliis wash on the, tongue. In regard tO;-the nose, IieijSays that there should be sufllc-1en,| amgiint of linen used as a handkerchief, lln blowing the nose properly, it is not necessary to blow es- pecially hard but rattier to blow one side at the time, feently but thor-bliW^y;'"'WdlBAHlS^.'p^^ tng their hcHiesy pinch the nostrile, and Instead of comInK out on the handkerchief, the mucous is blown into "the ears, iastead of out.of the head entirely, >, :, ; , THe do6tor :iay�'jrftrfi6H;,bni'lia plenty of goaa^.l�ir(e, Hdn'j^h^rtil' .lievdB...:;^ ~ "''v: .  ..I>fo.thing 4jould 'bo put into nil!i�th^*,except ^^Imi, belongs there-r prdpQrl^tciooked teod, tto obncludes this prescrlptloii with nthe,'~ndvlp^, to ,g0t out doors m much aa. poBBible'^aiTd.. to cut out all unnecessaryt work in thehouso that mightkeep one in. \'ia itiie tair^oi^^l^le, Mr;). Gamor wan tt iaci-lfiCe tSTJerdiity, hikI took no 'tttOU�ttt-Tn?3tliW�(lt�risfeguente.'? to "hor-self.*"Greater lovo hatli no man than this" wa� fully demoiiKnaUul by her In her total abandonmfint. to the service of.the rfcores of BuilniiirH to whom Bhagtive hBtald.wllhoiit, diMtiiuition or ] She 8t^itl|.al' her post of duty to �riiW>''Soldi�r on' Field," She'the last 6t'*er..strftnRth and gave up , ,ir �, J It.. _ n  only when COrapolleil l.o do so. It was fe*-,;Workedr^nMnntienza Epi-X � demic tjtll Herself Stticken ; 5S,8M KILuI&t'N WAR > � -r-^-m-. X^^'v>, Melbourne, Nov. 8.^5}h:q lat;,;,,*! eat figures on AustrallafSijca's-:.' * ualttes show 'that the n^iiigibei'; ? of dead are placed at 58v8^ft ? and thp wounded, 158,199. 'rKe"::'> . signiflcance of these. figur^L^;. ? wip.Jje realized when it is rev, mem^ifired thirthe whole pop- ? ? * ? ^! - of the n;6st energetic anilT cpinpefH{"^8sistan'ts"fii or-eiMtine akii fitting lip^ the emergency liosplta! alrt^io' Napanee'. ' Mrs. 'darner waB-^^^^raduate, of Macks Traiiijrig Schbql "il! - the' St.  CatheriheB ,Ge'nyrkl: MafJne.Hospital;;''she 'was a, .jjr'o^es-aional.nurae^with the^additional training:, resulting' ffom a;.post . graduate; c6lirBe';t(t'''thfe, Women's Hospital, New^ York 'City. She also accompanied .Jjie?^ husband, Dr. GaTOsr'when he' '�bofeiHfS Post Graduatijji,^'qburs^'Jat';the,;^?'ie'nn'a Univferaity, ;r^tiiriUngft,w>thVhimT}n the yiBars i913.';-Seturnifig'Jfi> Cifaa,i^, they Battled; fn Etj^inotjtofcJ^:. in i9j.3- from whichi'place tiieyji^T^bved to-Fernie these evidences of nnlilosC of human impulses wJiicli had o.ndearcd her to the circle, of friunds who aro so grieved at; Ijer loss at. tlii' aRo of. 43, When so'd)uclr seemed to Ijo Ijgfpre her. She ]ekye(j.,n dovoted-faii^fejiv rowing husband,, ^, daughter,i:�6mthy, 15 yearsi.of age^'fthd a son, Rb'sWe'Il, "'" ' 1;^'mourn her lo.sB.i, home-coming for DrT nine yeB' 'tt Ava! Gr]|W'.�}t'^v,Ork te.stlng tli.e Rrppei^lyi.,,;!^^^^ under- 8t6od,Xi&a(j^. ci'diied onf'jatJtrday, the :ijritrma'�tt|(>r^ce�'being J?fljpOO. It is tlie' int6n'tt6&';;ot "the^puroTia'aers. to install a lair^^'niodern drpij^-with a capacity of ouqlitjndred'thousand cubic yards jmr 'qioith, early next spring. �: J/Ir. Aubin to davote a good deal of time to t lie develop-nien.ti'"(),j:^the Copper Chief mine near ir.rolit,T:>'ttJce, in B. C, in which a nuin-lie-v 'it"Bpmontpn men are interested. � ^  '� .?rs . _u " � p|id gone to visit '&'^r!'th^pafJel owZ^^^ government for the Improving >i^'wee}i,""^'^^ ^^OH per ounce, or nearly od at hlj J�i^eirtpss, i.s at work; with aHJiis rttilwt, in-'the work.of relieving tW'iufferdt|?;and, aiding \m coiworker.s in the v pjH)tAi�im, wlio have' already been wbr^edvi'Miifi'limit of human endurance In i.thel'r;: efforts to stem the ravages of the eptdemlf:. The funeral of 'Mrs. Garner will take FOOTBALL EXCURSION " IN TRAIN WRECK A'iirnra.''l*;*N'&r.-�;%A'-trat�.f�)���lflgt.,/r the Camp Grant football squad andjf' liuadreaB ot soldiers and civilians tiS s Chicago for the game there with thq j CtyiiP Taylov sctpad was wrecked In a head-on collision vfith a' passenge^ i train near here fearly this mornlugf ';� Three (load have 'been takbh from th* j wrecl>'. � "�. ��,. '�>'t � J place Sunday^^JJ^ernoon at three p.m.. five times as much,as gold. Air. Keth-er.stonhaiigh look.?' for very es-.tonsive deveiopment in that country during from Thomson's undertaking parlors to the cemetery, Rev. Mr. Carr, late pastor ot Knox church will hayo charge if it is possible to have him, present. < ' There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor tea-^may as well have the best. Try |lUE,RIBBON impotent ^chain barbarity into helplessness. ffiiy,,%i6ir E|Qii^s,an||^j ft it You can fight with your dollars. Ydiii Hn^^ear^ (dekthi blow with your riioney;' Yoii'^ fe score a knockout with your purse. "Snap.'em on/' % d -.^.JM-ximi.: Buying a $50 Bond is only buying enough if it cramps you to buy it. Buying a thousand dollar boi^ is buying too little if you can buy more^ "Snap 'em on." Ij Buy all you'cap--more than you can easily buy-as much as you dare to spare. We've got tO'get behind this thing with our might and main. DON't^uit WHpi tMI A luke-Warm ai^^tack'Woii't win a trench and a listless Victory Bond purchase won't be your full duty. Buy until you know you're up to your limit. ' The investment feature of the Victory Loan is remarkable, of course. You get a high rate of return on'the safest investment in the world. And you're putting j/our dollars wher^ they'll do Democracy the most good. Victory is in sight. The work must be finished. Lend ^ to the lirhit of your ability through Canada's Victory Loan, and in so doing you will Iflitd it o yourself. , � ^ ARE wiNNING--BUY VICTORY BONI^il This space fiddly conirtb'UtWB&the-l^^ti^^ 1918 Campaign by ^THEkmGHTWATSONIiANCHINGCd , i 5 1 , ,........mWm$ ;