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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. NOVEMBER % 1918 THE LETHBRIDfiF. DAILY ;rr.?AI..v PAGE ELEVEN TAKE CARE OF THE E. I Jfrlnmntun Doctor Gives Advice -Follow (( and Help to Kill OIT Influenza *l . (Kdinoiit.nn lltllle.llnl IV Hi.'viO). whci was for many y� ills pnn inrlai hacterlolngitit. ha* Klven .limn; very |)olntf!il ami coni-Mori-sense siiKKP.itioiiM fur Dir. nereH-Hity of i|(':imIIii''�h during the pro-.cri'fs uf thw epidemic ami he emphasizes especially tlic care of the no-.e. month and hamls. The IiiiimN should alwayn lie washed heforc � liandlini; food (if any kind, and I" til'' cue of llic month lie mikri'sI-* llin me nf any of tin? i;ood month washes applied with a tooth hrilsli. The teeth should !) ki'pt thormiKhly idealised In tills way and the hrnah should ln> n.-ft'd with this wash on tin' IniiKUf. In i'i'Kai'il to the nose, lie niiyn that there should ho sulllr-liMit amount of Hum upril as a hand pqclally hard but rather to blow ono sltlo at the time, gently but l.hor-(Highly. Ordinarily, people, In blowing their noses, pinch tho nostrllF, ntul InHtoad of coming out on tho handkerchief, the inucoim In blown Into the ears, instead of out of tho head entirely. The doctor lays nlr * : : AUSTRALIA LOSES 58,890 KILLED IN WAR .Melbourne, Nov. S. -The lul-est figures on Australia's casualties show that the. number or dead are placed at ri�,S9U and thi! wounded, 15S.!!�!�. The signlllcance of these liguict will lie realized when it is remembered thai, the whole population or Australia Is only 5,000.nnil. ^ * + the. last of hel' irnnr who. had t.a.a. aged mother ut .Via:' death of Ills father, a ihe Divide a,' few u i-i-i, cd liotnn on Tuesday ':, i onto Imniedliitely ma!. t-'legram from Mr; >, been delayed In ilelh owing to his ;i:ime h. . mil'i d as hr. flardi..... iht. The doctor, tlu.a;' "d at Ilia suddi ii lo.. all his might in the .'.a ilie sufferers and ;\\.>.;� in Die professiun who lieen worked to the Inn, durance in their efiu;t ravages of the epideina The funeral or Mr.- i; place Sunday afteriionn lrom Mai llego-I'.'ti; Upper ihovn iiiinv for I);-" W. \. A ii t> i ii, a large capital! I let roil, Mich., hie; been at Tip donald hotel for the past ueel t iat ing a mining deal wit it I! I > i'i -toiihaiU'ii. mining engineer o cil;., for dredging leases on -tli" I'eace I!jver aboiii Iyvt,illy ntll II ml oil I lop''. M r Aubin and hi : >H-iat'v. who. arc ('lcjcugn and Sar. Kranci.-co people, haw; at the j,r.�-en; tinii' a drilling crew at work the property* The deal, It i.- 1 stood, was closed 011' Saturday, purchase price being .*2U0,OfiO the intention of the purchasers a, install a large modern dredge with a capacity of one hundred iJionsaim n liic yard.; per month, early next, -p; \nv, ii;tiii 1'v -.(Iliad was wrecked In 11 head-on collision with a passenger train near nere early this morning. Three d"io,' have |,|.,.,) i;i)(en from the wreck" del I lie I BLUE RIBBON d i tp -np-i;. grie\ � ��� ".ork wi'h i k ol i elievinir !!��� co-w-.irkers Inive air- adv >>f human en- ' to -.tetll tile d..t I ! ' nil a i pa i. w I ..I'll $!' time a -.a ipmrii opmeni Hesides dp. In;-"lllll of in time TEA . per i milch at look' fo in thai �r ii' I'e'.ll I 11 IP-; �;!! Pike ec |1 111 . 11 oni Thomson's undc j to Ih'- i emetcry. U"v j pasto'1 of Kiiov chni'i charge if it is po:---iM I pT' sell! tat.ini; parlors Mr I'air. late will have '" have him There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor tea-may as well have the best. Try BLUE RIBBON m u ci K ii I 1 I* m mi m f Ht s Kaiserism Handcuffs Make militarism impotent --chain barbarity into helplessness. Buy Victory Bonds and snap the handcuffs on "Kultur." i. You can fight with youi dollars. You can deal a death blow with youi money. You can score a knockout with your purse. "Snap em on." j .'i*..'^- Buying a $50 Bond is only buying enough if it cramps you to buy it. Buying a thousand dollar bond is buying too little if you can buy more. "Snap em on." Buy all yo^ can-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. A luke-wann attack-won'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 your dollars where they'll do Democracy the most good. Victory is in sight. The work must be finished. Lend to the limit of your ability through Canada's Victory Loan, and in so doing you will lend t o yourself. QUIT WHEN THE BOYS ARE WINNING-BUY VICTORY BONDS! This space gladly contributed to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by THE KNIGHT-WATSON RANCHING CO., LIMITED ;