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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBF.f* 0. 101� THE Lr.THnniDGE DAILY HERALO .. I ��l^��-N'HEPE IT 15. hO-oT MtDNlW" B*Y JlNtf RKtHT HERE'S ^-OOD pfo' ALL? VE5. PA W^" n&, PU/Vnd leakm To "pL/Vf . IPUET5 WITH CEPPIC?' TEMPORARY CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE j Account Influenza. Knid'aiiic of r�' 1! from .Mcdiein': lliit In CaU'ni--j via Lethbridi-e ami Alii''rsyil--, v.ii 1 run on Monday, Wednesday and V'n 1 day. Nil. ;i2 from Calvary to Modie.ln*! Hr' via .\td*-rsydo and rcdIi'iri'I'-v.!; ; run rii\ Tuot'day, Thursday, and ; unlay. No. 522 from Edmonton to Calr-at;/ !'-.vill run daily except, Sunday. No, nfnl 521 between CnlS-Ty and Edmonton will he withdrawn. No. .".27 Jin,| f,2ir'=.' await . maximum y wireless today to have broken in two during the night. ! Tin- li .at ran on Cunne b-iand near 1 |}p Smim (Ertrr Wo all know  �* e That chipper fellow Who ere"!.* you tliu-"Hi VP y.iii liraVil The lut-ext?"  * And then t-prlng'  � * Shii'io nnc i hot winter did you iiiomisc youiM-li ik vt-r a^aiu would you attempt to heat your hmne with the rusty, cracked, smoky, dratty, erratic, inefficient furnace you now have ? The man who know by expensive and exasperating experience what u iiu�r iurinue K is the man McClar) s want to talk to about lite Suip-hine l'urnace, because he knows what a k about III* M a '.||l.til tlUlll- i"'|- of lemlinK Canadian llve.toc'l; nvu aid t \ -neat paekers to i onsider men- 'in 1 iliat '.'nail l.....ffertlve in stahll- i.iiiu; market ("inlPioa'- unci In pro-aiolitn; our live^toek iutere�ti- ;;'-;i"r-ally In v|i w of tin' iner> a'- t'aii.nlii ..f iiLii'Iiik h"r."lf In . rful pie It ion. fonimiTi'laliy, If in a 'hi.-., .tie adopted a - ! re.-ept I. -r.-lnv M'tilCll i (urn-proper -.I :C MrtMin and i>ti Tie- ap; k P the -I p.'.ii ' irlllil:. U.' i-t t III- �Kanl-* ti"' Od'.l- t  ll. i i:iiililleiit of V'ai-.. .i. .- ;.a . i t-.-at'd i i Vpoit of llle.l! lie ll'.ll gltilltltV III future UUI � duel ion al'ter the \yar. 11:i� >:� i'inn the hand � of tlie mini -1". . on\ lie iiim tiiat the export n.arl.'  .. .11 r. I in in- t o ah.-ot ll at f ii � i if on aad ot!i'-r >:.-.-1... 1 p>- '-  ltn : t hat Can id a can . Ili.n. Mr. CnTar. in !� : .ti.  -i ' i.e niall'-r, '.aid. In \ i'-w of the pie i ,; . \\; .if e-iHie nikI liv.'stni k of a.i i.::,d ;:i Kit-rope and lieratH" of the , i. .,- ,1. ni-ind for live�tiiek ami live 'toi i. ITii.iU' t of all kinds Hire to niaiat ;.a -,n; om.' yar.i at least, 1 am itoit,   - a-1, tie-fanners and llvi'M'otl. it. -i: i.: Canada to m.lint-Vi tii.dr l�r:i-titi .i '.'Ml lime .scale, to p:..:i.;v. jini.-:i all i""ilini; Htoek ntid hreedii:;; f.-nt-tles and prove th'-ir lierd'i and ii"l.v u-iiii:  �veil �reaier e.-ire j,. th- / . �j  11 ".' till' -ii''." LAND FOR SALE i E. C. FRUIT LANDS. I1UY TKN ACHKS IN KOOTKNAY District, llrltlsh Columlila. which m , fruits and vegetable**, �lth row. pliT-i I poultry mid heu�. will pay you hIohiIj* tub.tantial prutittt. ntdiKliiful wurtn cllr.'.nto. rich soli, good �. hooin, dally train*., daily ttialli, clone to Markets Oictiaril. Rnrdcn, poultry; :�� lery. huntlnc. f.'nhlnB, bontink*. Thrifty, plenitar.t nelKliliora. Our chnieo Jl't cni iIi /"lis of Illlnoii have Mifi'ored from attack; of inlluenza and is.iimii 'nave died -ilice the ill:-'--! e |>o|-an to .-weep til" -tale, iieeordini; to an climate of lir. '' S loake. state health officer. Fill ' ly of the death:-. herioii '. tiie northern ler'lon |s liavini- tii" influ-' en.e, 'nan slowly lifted. CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP. New York. Nut. p. Chaa:','- in ownership of th" Christian II' raid, an uin'enotninat imia I weekly, tiiniuuh til" piinha e of drahatn ratterson of Clii-eriKti, of a eoiitrolliii.; inte/v-l. was an-nouncetl het'e i..ili,y. Mr 1'ailersoii. for flie jut ;- v. -i yr-ats, ha. I.....n hll'dtl".--- I ellleselll at i VC of the plltjli .'eatioti in the ite-d. II.- iias h"i-n elect. eil pie- ii|e||t of I i 1 '� i orpill'.lt io'l i'lld h", oijies [iilblishe;- the pap'r. I  Hny a Victory Hunt! 1. AUCTION SALES Dr. A.T.Snankie M.D., CM. EYE. EAIi, NOi>E AND THROAT SPECIALIST Otfite room? 1U1-13! N'-,v 1'. Iturnn Itulldinj;. Cor:t�r S:h ,W 1. ami Und St. Kant, Cah;ary. Oftlro I'himn Mi'.StS Residence I'tKUlo M;it7T Interno nr.d ,S'ir-;pon. Manhnttaa ICyo, l-air. Nti*n and 'I'hroat Hospital, fs'uf- York City, l'Jll-l'.il-l. Specialist to Cilqary School noard I nth havi men 1 ber-u to s-r-H favond liy i'uldl' with Instrui Auction ;,t ' ui-tin ir irotn the re'ipi'ctlve following place�. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. WOCKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An extra fim- hunch of imrii hred and urad" I'ereiieron lior-e-i. a.ttle, idp^. farnf' implt tnentn. etc, W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Nobleford. Some fin  work horsen and oiood murei-'. An exceptionally ttoiui herd of inlllc cows, piKK, fit nil iiii|))*'inontr Auctioneer Phone 1692 from whom 1 have been Vavornj with Mile... auctioneer! Lotij; pxpnrloncr; in and farm niaehinory. Sales conducted la any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBF.RTA For Dntci nnd Rates Call Th* Oowtley Land Agency. Let til-ridge. Phone 1609 a:- n "f!ii-|:il tui-tti ir.itidotn ..tat. ii'.iii',t.-i of a,.ii. al.iti' a- . ' i|. o" til" d.-p.i: tlie lit t .- I thai a ..! i "in: i-eiipl eln i. . ;" u he tttadt at 'his mout I.'., h the ilti -:-i. i, � in.In- Ir el.l lipi'll e Ji-tm.".' sit !i|l-K . � that di l-: �n-lve cut t" y of \r- line Colt SA1.1 111.! iatid, la miiinit.i a;-, In,; ."ai jit1 lilt; npritiK i all I"' ill land I-. ele make �p|e I hate Veil '!:.- !f. a lilt!' i'' le N.i! ill . . '.; I.' . I . an-.l lip mild a! pi'iiiliicc Imm te'l open rani:.- this property .n.-l man uiio j.- in -i (. aiIv.jH;i,T.i .Mi) lletd of llVi-t.M i. ii Kii'. ill .lit'.;: ll..!.' . i raiinr --trotiK, t . .�. Nov 'uded th d uffi. i� in iu:tit> �>.t.'t \\ A t I' Iliitiran K.I-C N.-witt, l'orl i: > I'h'.lipv M.(' . W Wat:on. Arm- r.-ijtjlr. d. 1 v. to ri.h.t ji.ii-:> an iht I'Miti'-nt p.ti ticuhti�-� pin Itnx W.i, t 11) K.-nilt l.v !>.. Order. It loH > niolii y back. vi-lli-y !:t i.o ado i -t.'.'. � con .tali",-, t! . reck: . ">" -.'� "iirill eo-.t �n| rtlitivat'- ! ta land. -e ititiitall; I,"'- I don't t til w.iitlm: f-' -tlotl to Utt'.l.* .ave a founla1 d pome cipl'.. 'I on loin;, ti :'.l pat in Ian.1 tii-ht party IV Mop ! Alta IA II l*S M land !. i: M i.e. K. !.;:.-��.-.I 1. i'Hii; To Altii of. T.twatinaw, Him ltd..!,-. Alia , V. rinliioii, Alt.t.; lit' H lliftK.nv Scot. j MILNE TRANSFER ] .-.I I; | I >ie - .St, c Cavalry. oit: t'arjt.tirs. Alta. M.ictone Guns, d ,.f!- � I. -i.l. J. M. Adlf. al'l !V:lie-S. O:.'. . . J Mounted Rifles. j Died of wound C.Sii O. N. liahn. I Calgary j Medical Services. ' l>U'il ''apt l il l'h.iaisoii, Cal- 'S.IIV. | \\ minded -dp' \ It. llitf-enitali, . I-arklaiid. A!ta Coal COO Phone 13-15, Prompt Service. HO 13th Street N. "Mi �.; EpidemicJTlnfluenza Instructions Regardirg 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 *> > > � > > A NATIONALISING INFLUENCE. L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day cr N ah; Service to Ar> Tia. When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South 1 reu int. ' fcv. colli l'H -it" t|  tie olllf Ke.-t .lie �l.ts, HI I" "Oil. �1 f. Ir- I'm  ll:a i-jiM'-i hlvill'l no! be j in she ami- room with umamipli- I ,.,41. d li.tltlell.:.l ease-. 4 S"iiri.-!iaii; tood at i.'miUii inter- � uio-t is�entinl' preferred, milk. Iciiioiiiide, weak tmi ot and well tu-'. and cotfee, broths, 1'or eonvale.scetit to.- how ill j patients not feverish, soft dl,'t_ Ktuels. tluee days after cooked cereal-,, tiitlli. jellies, sofl hull, oil .'�Rs, in- Food may he kept in a thermos bottle, l'atiehts shuiild drink .sonic water whi! awake THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contractlm, ot nil kind*. Agents tor the World Famous Delco Light Country wlrlnc a speeiair*. 618 dth Avsnue Box 314 Phone 73S netted to pii'Velll The. Victory Loan mm' he sent well j ovi ch.lltei I ieip.i!' Vale--  w ant room p..;.. : mean to tile !>a!o lows a!: itij' well lt-ldei" biealh'-UH le I1- o!" V. Vil o! It'lta .Lull* il uii .voi lied service avoid a.ic,':','K o> iples1 hmiim an--t - "t .-.a kest pati'-ai.s e the attendant. i All baj>, napkin:;, scraps of uneaten '� food, mouth swab, etc., should be ; wrapped in clean newspiper betore he-, ing tarried to the kitchen to ho de- ' stroyed by burning. All iinci. .hi v.y.-.Kf towcN. �!*",: should be .submerged in a laigo kettle; of cold wat.-r in thp sick room, or put j in a pillowslip or laundry bag. This j can be safely carried to tho kitchen j stove and when contents have been j boiled live minutes -tnyono may finish ! cuing for the linen. Wiien attendant cannot slop to wash her own hands, door knobs, faucets, etc., should lie protected by scraps of newspaper j which may be destroyed after each using. Attendant must bo constantly masked, must wear big all-over aprons in sick room, changing it to u different ono always before entering' any other part of tho house. Attendant niUh. keep facilities for washing her own hands, soap, nail brush and paper towels in clean place and never touch tlio patient or patients utensils without afterward cleansing her own | hands thoroughly. Running water is ' better and saier than a basin of weak I disinfectant kept for the hands alone, i F.verything used for ihe patient should be kept separately from the supplies for the rest of the household. This means dishes, bed linen, hath wrappers, towels, fact, clpths, rocking 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF ft 0C down, balance halt ercp. ouy 'n district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF. alta, SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY night calls. lethdridce hotel, phone 132". country trip8 :lv.8ed car day phone 1142 re8. phone 42s chair, etc. Funiilies can help visiting nurses and ulds by having hot water towels, and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. (Signed) Provincial Health Departneat Tractor Repairs We Bpeclalls� In reborlng gat tractor cylinders, and flttlai overslte pistons and rings. We havo in stock at present oversize pistons (or all popular makes of nan tractors. Ford EngiMs Rebortd NIVEN eis ut av�. s. BROS.' i-HiM* ins ;