Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
..^r, NOVEMBER 1M� Tit* USTHBRIDCJE DAILY llKCiXU* MMVM I '^BititiM'loloi________, eiUiMor the^neees-the pro-em-of the e hands before nd In the osta the J washes brush. The omirhly. �i[tif'|tlii(! iilit,F'""' , KM concludes UMa~..^rMcrlptIon| ?ith the advlc'^ to^get out doors asf uch asriwssibi^ aiid to cat out all': m: jie tongue. �-Kn'regard to''the nose, _ says that there should be sjjfflc-fnt amount of linen used as a hah.dr brcWefi-In"fclowing the -nosff-prop^ 4rly, It 3 It Jg notnnecesBary to^iblow es- ml nmmim_M_mi AUSTRALIA LOSES 66^ KILLED IN yrAR GE I4ke 'M4ier on FiWd, She >i^Woripd;,ik'lRfli|e��s!R\,^Epi- MeUwurne, Nov. 8.-The latest qplres on Australia's casualties ^how that the number of dead are placed at 68,S90 hmyPdi' tiim ':*f�ure8 r^efriftjjS'vis-Whole pop- Vembered.iiiiBt . tilation |^^ to her-' self.""''Greater Iffre.hatli no man than ithi�!.'....wa8 .iully. diBmonsCI-atod by her In her total abandonment l.o the ner-viCffqlf the scores of suff orors to whom .fh.e:gfl:^e:her.aid;.7(!ltbout distinction or 'ireserVe. She stayed, at her post of duty to thte last of.her;strength and gave up oij.ly iwhen cohipelled to do so. It was ;tKese-evidences. Otrthe noblest of human Impulses which had endeared her ti�-'the circle" bf-frlonds who are ho �grieved 'at her loss, at tlie age of 43, Vheri s6 much jseem^a to lie before her.^' She'"leai^es'a'devoted and sor-rlng Thupba^d�.',a-daugh tor, Dorothy, years! 4C!| age^nd;-^ son, Hoswell, ,iline ,y,ajCgj,^ld,5tp mourn lier loss. tt'-yras ajs^fiome-coming for Dr. Oat'ner >who'fiatt gone to visit his �ftgcd! mother at Niagara after the death of'His father,' who passed over .Ihfiispfvide afe-vfiweeks ago. He reached home on Tuesday, having left "Tor-cnto-Immediately-upon receipt of a telegram fpomr-JlrtrGarner, which had been deJayad:-Jn- delivery for four days, a^lifig; to his; name having been trans-niitted as ,l>n' Gardrijfer, instead of Garner. The'doctor, though sorely grieved- at his sudden loss, Is at work with Sl^'Ws-mlght-in- the-work of relieving th^ sufferet*'and'aiding his co-workers in I the prbfess'ibii 'who have already hefen-^orTted'ttf^ttfClimit of human en-I'duicance in their": efforts to stem the ravages of the epiaemlc. -�T^ie'funeral-oNiftrs: Garner will take-I place, Sunday fifte'rnoon at three p.m.. FORMER TABER MAN OXeRATINQ-IIH .NORTH (Bdmottton Bulletin^. W. A. Auljin, a large capitalist from Detroit, Mich., has,been at The Mac-donald hotel for the past week negotiating a mining.deal with K. D. Feth-orstbnhaugh, mining engineer/of this city, for clredging leases on the^ upper Peace River about twenty'miles above Hudson Hope. Mr. Aubih and his associates, who are Chicago and San Francisco people, have, at the present time a drilling crew at work testing the property.; The deal, it is understood,' was closed on Saturday, the purchase prifce being ?200,000. It is the intention of the purchasers to instil a ip.rge modern dredge with a capacity of one hundred thousand cubic-yards per month, early n6xt spring; Mr. Aubin goes from here to Victoria to arrange with the British Coi-umbia government for the Imprpvin^ of the wagon road around the "Isanyon at Hudson Hope, or to improve Crooked River to enable the transportation of heavy dredging'machinery. Besides the high gold values, the gravel is believed to contain a large amount of platinum, which at the present; time is worth 1105 per ounce, or nearly five times as much as gold. Mr. Feth-"ersfonhaugh looks for very extensive development' in that country during the next few yeai's, and idmonton should properly be the diitrlbuting: centre. A great deal of Ihe;trav6l to that district now goes -byi wajr of Prince George down the Crobked Rl'ir-er and the Parsnip River. Mr.- Feth-crstonhaugh expects noW to. iderote a good deal of tlme^ tp . Uvej deyelpp--ment of the Copper Chief mine hear Trout Lake, in B.C., in whiclra number of Edmonton men are,^iiit: � :'-!;��� IrtiiA N.:WRE,ci taken. fro�f th�| �"miu i '�nmi -I from Thomson's undertaking parlors to tre' cemetifery,; Rev. Mr. Carrj late pastor--of Kribk chiirch f will ihave charge.it it-ls.,pos8lble.. to have him present. There are enough '^woi^i^ifi the world without ha^ng top drink ip^^to9 of V'f^ " %fea"-. �jzfttfeoa A^.,^ "TT^t^m ^e;a fiifi^l^ uili �^:'i'fr !:^!�^�vj;^ |j'_V, 1. ^ swi: tit .:,t;iis' froiiif^/i-jrrjj,\5^jf' -----,------ ^ -:. -^Vi-lA e-i.s ; , :j..;,tu . �\a flHr wi:;a vr.^f :'.M^f/ ' , " . .rjr.Vur: 1'- � |:'^ '^- ' . �-'5eEJ'3 _:". -ii;^:!}' j:i:i!_:!::�,--.ij Ic-ij ten'-?. .'�Jjft'-nj t'A^TI?J-h'-i sv/i| #''-:!i;,'''i!!. I rT. fjm iiq'w -gaoiisrsMirar Mm:'! 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