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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f, NOVRMBKtt 1918 'Or-! ^llllBHIDGE DAILY \)vA\M..xr PAGfci TAKE CARE OF THE E, I Edmonton Doctor Gives Advice -Follow It and Help to Kill OfT Influenza r (lOdmonton I3ullotln) T)i\ llovcU, who was Cor many J�eitrs provincial bacteriologist, lint given some vnry pointed and common-sense suggestions for the necessity of de-nmlinesH during the progress of this epidemic and he em-lihasizes especially the earn of the �iose, month and handH. The hands should alwuysi be washed hefore handling food of any kind, and In the cure of tho mouth ho suggests the list? of any of the Rood mouth washes jippllod with a tooth hrusli. The teeth should be kept thoroughly cleansed In this way ami tho brash should bo used with thin wash on tliu tongue. In regard to tho nose, he suys that there should ho sullle-lent amount of linen used lis a hiinil-lii'ivhlof. In Mowing thn nose properly. It is not necessary to blow es- pecially hard but rather to hlow one �ldo at tho Umo, gently but thoroughly. Ordinarily, people, In blowing their noses, pinch tho nostrils, and Instead of coming out. on tho handkerchief, the mucous Is blown Into tho oars, instead of out of tho bond entirely. The doctor lays stress cm having plenty of good large handkerchiefs instead of the ordinary llltle square used by women generally. With this common-senso caro of the nose, mouth and hands, much of tho Infection would bo done away with, he believes. Nothing should be. put into the mouth except what belongs there-properly cooked food. Ho concludes this prescription with the advlco to get. out doors us much as possible and to cut out all unnecessary work in the house thnt might keep one In. j. : .;.* .;. .> * * AUSTRALIA LOSES D8.890 KILLED IN WAR Melbourne, Nov. 8.- The latest llgures on Australia's casualties show that the number of dead are placed at fiS.SftO and the wounded, 168,10ft. The significance of these llgnron will be realized when It Is remembered that tho whole population of Australia is only 5.000,0(10. E SUPREME SACRIFICE Like Soldier on Field, She Worked in Influenza Epidemic Till Herself Stricken (Special to The Herald) I'Vjrnle. Nov. li.-The death last night of Mrs. Garner, at the Ferule hospital after a short, illness from double pneumonia, following an attack of influenza, has spread a deep gloom over liie town. Mrs. Garner went to work at the very beginning of the epidemic bore and was one of the most. onej-getic and competent assistants In organizing and lilting up the emergency hospital at the Napanee. Mrs. Garner was a graduate of .Macks Training School at the St. Catherines General Marine Hospital; she was a professional nurse with the additional traln-i.ing resulting from a post graduate course at the Women's Hospital. New York City. She also accompanied her husband, Dr. Garner when he took his Vost Graduating course at the Vienna University, returning with him In the years 101 ;i. Returning to Canada, they settled in Edmonton in litis from Which place they removed to Fornio Gai ner Mill look u"il man by t !;e .III! was "" I hall her ser-liom II .'on. li her �-t el" llll eared her hi an- so >. the lu.il. of her strein;-1 only when compelled to thoso evidences of Hi" man impulses which h,n to the circle of friend grieved at her loss in ! when so much seemed j her. She leaves a l rowing husband, a ilaui i la years of age and a ; nine years old, to mini It was a sad home ! Garner who had gnie-| aged mother at .\'inr.i ' death of liis father, wh | Hie Divide a few wer l; ' ei| hoin,, on Tucsdin. intention of the purchaser.1- in j install a large modern dredge with i I capacity of iiiif hundred thousand . >i-I hie yards per month, early next, spriim. I Mr. Auhin goes from here to Victoria to arrange with the British Columbia government, for tlie improvi'.ir? ot the wagon roMl around the can; on at Hudson Hope, or to improve ('rooked River to enable the transportation of heavy dredging machinery, liesides Hie high gold value?, the grave! i., be-lie\oil to contain a large amount of J platinum, which at the present time is worth $l(ir> per ounce, or nearly five times as much as gold. Mr. Feth-crslonhuugh looks for very extensive development In lhat country during from Thomson's undertaking parlors -j to the cemetery, Itev. Mr. Carr, late I pastor of Knox church will have ! charge if it is possible to have him ]present. the next, few years, and Kilmontoii mild properly be the distributing otic. A great deal of the travel to that, district now goes by way of I'rince George down the Crooked .River and the .I'arsnip River. Mr. Feth-er�dniihaiigb e\pects now to devote a good deal of time to the development of the Copper Chief mine near Trout I,alio, in li. C., in which a number of I .diiionion men are interested. FOOTBALL EXCURSION IN TRAIN WRECK Aurora. Hi.. Nov. '.).-A train bearing the Camp Grant football scp.iad anil hundreds of soldiers and civilians to Chlcano for tlie game there with the ('amp Taylo> ,--.i|iiail was wrechetl in n. head-on collision with I train i|f ! Three dead ha v.- wreck. passenger earl;- this morning, been taken from the LIE RIBBON TEA There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor tea-may as well have the best. Try BLUE-RIBBON Kaiserism Handcuffs Make militarism impotent -chain barbarity into helplessness. Buy Victory Bonds and snap the handcuffs on "Kultur." if m You can fight with your dollars. You can deal a death blow with your money. You can score a knockout with your purse. "Snap'em on." tt j 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 sights The work must be finished. Lend to the limit of your ability through Canada'sVictory Loan, and in so doing you will lend t o yourself. DONT QUIT WHEN THE BOYS ARE WINNING-BUY VICTORY BONDS! This 9pqt.eegladly contributed to the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by THE KNIGHT-WATSON RANCHING CO., LIMITED \ N.............., iiiSlRuuflMwi^iMl^RGj'nnTivi ;