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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Cedric Shows How Patriotic He Is. By Wellington MILK RIVER CELEBRATEO. Milk Rlvnr, Nov. 12.--Immediately after the receipt of the news that tho war was ended, a public hnlldny was declared and a big colobratlon wan kold. Flags wore flown, guns fired, it guaranteed by Guardian Assurance Co., of I^ndon, Eng. W. A. LEVITT, AOCNT Ream a, Stafford Block Phones 617-IIS LI (From Our Own CorreSDondent) Milk River, Nov. 8.-The. Victory Loan In making good progress In Milk lllver and the real canvassing has not started yet. The honor roll which la being displayed In \V. Quinn's window* Is tilling up quickly. The Influenza In Mill keeping, clear of Milk Rlvor dlslrict, two or three casos were reported but now we are quite free from it again, though we ! hear tho neighboring towns north and south are both badly hit. Tho village was glad to welcome another veteran home from Franco on | Sunday In the person of Ernest Kprnat. Krnle got three or four Mtrnp-nel wound* and hf* lungn are still nore trom being gassed, but ho did his bit to bring the KalHcr to his knees. Ho in now living with his proud and thankful parents on their farm at 1-17. J. Joohoro ha* moved Into bin new residence on HnroncT Btreet. This In the moirt handaomr aangalnw In town and Ita nejalpmcnt la right up-to-date Mr. Jochcrn haa mrrtAd his old homo on Third Street, to Mr. J. nruce. Mr. W. Marrinm got a nasty throw from hi* horse lant week. While out rounding tii> his cuttle his mount stopped into a hole and threw him. He recovered consciousness in a few minutes little the worse except {or a swollen and scratched (ace Work has started today on the new rcBidcnco for Mr. Andrew Pols, the. bungalow will lie, situated on Third Street and will be 2i,x2i feel. i)r. Giles. Hob Simpson and 11. Hell are the only three in town who can prove that they have not lost their goats these strenuous times. The nannies arrived in town a few days aMO and their owners expect their investment to double and to ilart .supplying their families with milk In a week or so. AN INVESTMENT YOU'LL NEVER REGRET OR FORGET A wrtenrne lnterr-nt Tctnro n Vletory Bond plennnr.tly to yweT e*ttrt every nix month* The n payment of the principal |.> ecr-tasa, TTae �i�iue> all former rct'iirdu, BUY VICTORY BONDS. THE ROYAL BUNK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1i!S9 IJTTHRRIDGC BRANCH .......W. A. PARKER, M�n.iDrr MAORATH BRANCH............J. K. ATKINSON. Manager CAACCTOK OhAKCH............W. R. MoKAY, Manager News of Signing of Armistice ('rented Great Joy in the Crows Nest Metropolis VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended By Every Bank In Canada Tba only real diffaranee between twenty IS Government bill* and m 1100 Victory Bond ia, thai the Victory Bond pays pjijl inUreaL Tha aacurity ia exactly tha aume. Behind both bill* awl bond ara tha total reaourcee of tha Doralnioc Leaving all aantimant aside, it would ba iBipoaslbia to find a mora daairabla s��e�la��ot thaa tba mi Vtetory Honda. TH? MERCHANTS BANK. Mantraet OF CANADA established 1864. UnHBaUDOB BRANCH, MONABCH MANCI1, Noauuoes bkanci:. a. J. DINNING, M a&l.r. V. A. HBBRLY, Actino spoke briefly of the noble part ('nniid.! bad plsyad in the ronfllct jet*, ended arid 1>ald a ttparlng tribute to fio men of tba t>4tb who came from l-'a:t Koot-nnuf aat *�.ld rcsJo an enviabla record amoag tb� Canadian tror.j,.;. I' P t'-pesul Wakefield m�.ie an eloquent adfireas as did Hr. Houuell, Ml', A. I. Pisber, V.V.r.. W. It. Wilson, I.lnut. Claridfr and many others. All the apaakatw aaade appeals for subscript-Ions ta tba Victory I.o^e. and the re-8Utt� of tba aaei ting will be a boom for taa4 bttfltaass A torch light pro-caasloa la ta arogress tonight in which tha rootbera. wives and sisters of soldiers ore being hauled in automobiles through the streets of the town. The tnflueusa patients in the hospitals were mate happy by the big procession passing them so that all who wero able could have a glitupso of tha joy ride. to Trance, dieJ of influenza at Mon-1 ^ treal. | * On tho in for" his departure, 11 be was waited upon by 1: deputation ' of citizens and \va presented with a : purse containing ?l;iio. on behalf of the citizens, and .1 ciriifleate of honor' from the Incorporation of the Town of Hlalrmore throu2 from Cnlgary to Medicine Hat via Aldersyde and 1>thbridgo will run on Tuesday, Tliursdny, and Saturday. No. 522 from Rdmontnn to Calr^ry �will run dnlly exn(?pt Sunday. No. s.t.1 and f>2��. Heaeflc'ary ItiKiirel (accident) No in-dicta! exr/n!:iatlon required. Tni :| HiMtMltty i'ZU no |>er week tor life. Ask for rates. Th� Oi can Accident k iluar-antec forp.. Ltd , ot London. Kncliin!. Surplus over J'.'.i'i.o.uuo. N. B. Peal & Co. AGENTS 10 Rylcndt" Block, Lethbrldge AUCTIONEER Lons; experlensn In' stock aad farm raacolnory. Sales aondsyjt-td ia any part of Alberta. P. LA VALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tha Qowsley Land Agenoy, Lethbrldge. Phans UN Epidemic of Influenza Instructions Regarding tlie Care of Sick Persons Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in the Provinces the Following Infractions Will Be of Value: Tractor Repairs *Te specialise ta rebnrlng gxs tractor cylinders, und flttinu overslto nlntons nr.d rings. We ha�e In atock nt present overall* platans for nil popular luaUek ot gas tractors. ' Ford Engines Rcborcd NIVEN T16 1st Ave. ft. BROS. Phone 173: blairmore L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Ssrvlee to Any Train Whan Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 622 2nd Avenue South (From the Enterprise) The death occurred at Crlgary on Sunday lust of Miss Louisa Sunstrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sunstrum of Hutton, Alta., formerly of Blair-more, at the a�e of 29 years. MIbh Sunstrum was at one time a member of the staff of tho local telephone ox-change. Tho death of Mrs. IIoHoppa occurred at her home on Cement St., following a very brief illness. She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss. The liolloppa family came to Hlalrmore to reside but a few months ago. Interment took place in the Protestant cemetery this afternoon, Hev. \V. T. You^g officiating. Pte. Somuer, a French reservist, who left hero ojd October 12 to return "xsj hunt ; R7 thetv WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A job to ? fjfeR; I Pleasa notify Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 - ! !. Fresh air Is the most essential' ! -oqulsite to the comfort and well be- i ; i:iK of patiiints, no matter how ill. j  2. Rest in bed tor three days after < i fever has Bonn is urged to prevent j I ;i. I'neumcnia cases should not be j � keiit ii< the same room with uneompli-; catee inlluji'.za cases. � 4. KourUhing tood at regular inter-! \al8. G. Plenty of water or lemonade. C. General unvvorried service, avoid | chattering, naming or ruiestlonlnt; an- j tlcipalo wnnts of Hiekost patients, con-1 valoiceEtiJ usually ask for what thoy j want. Ke;p the patients In isolated i room in separate beds Keep j patient In bed all ot tho time. (This: 'means patient must not get up to go | ! to the bathroom). Two or three pil-1 j lows arranged step fathlon tho lowoet ; well tindar the shoul.lor.s will make  breathing easier. Keep the arms and ! shoulders well covered. Ventilate the ! room freely. At the outset, hvadaclius and back.arh.os are frequent. Cloths (luolst hut uot drippingl to the head, � changed fi'mfd. ntly give some relief. Avoid anything that might causo the I slightest chill. Care of mouth; a 1 mouth wash every few hours ami cold ! croaui to the lips help to keep tho 'mouth in a normal condition; if pat-' ieut la extremely weak, swab tho 1 tuoth caroiully with inolsteited cottou I applications throe timea daily. Coughing patients should keep mouth covered when roughing, paper napkius or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, urn sale and better than rags or handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bug pinned to bedside, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the used napkins. C'huugu bas at loast twice dally, or whenever it becomes half full. Tin) invisible spray from the mouth and noso during coughing and sneezing is as dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can bo masked, weak putieuts are annoyed by tlioui. Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon ba hera aad bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot 'air furnace work a a penalty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth tt t% Lethbrldge, Alta. ! J DRAYING or All Kind* WesternTransferCo. Limited aw-, c p. r. Praia** ] PHONII OPIa* ........... UN �ta-U<.......... FOOD Kood~For the unhappy, feverish i patients, liquid diet, hot or cold, us preferred, milk, lemonude, weak tea and coffee, broths. For eonvaloscent patients not feverish, soft diet, gruels, cooked cereals, milk, Jollies, soft boiled eggs, etc. Food may he kept in a thermos bottle. Patients should drink some water when awake PRECAUTIONS Precautious-All mouth washes, bath water, exota, and uneaten liquid food should bo thrown Into the toilet by the attendant. All bags, napkins, scraps of uneaten food, mouth swab, etc., should be | wrapped In clean newspaper beforo being carried to the kitchen to bo destroyed by burning. All liuen. sheets, masks, towels, etc., should be submerged In a largo kettle of cold water in the sick room, or put in a pillowslip or laundry bag. This can lie safely carried to tho kitchen stove and when contents have been boiled five minutes anyono may finish caring for the linen. When attendant cannot stop to wash her own hands, door knobs, faucets, etc , should be protected by scraps of newspaper which may he destroyed after ouch using. Attendants must ho constantly masked, must wear big all-over aprons In sick room, changing a different one always before entering any other part of tho house. Attendant must i keep facilities for washing her own ! hands, soap, nail brush and paper towels in clean place und never touch the patient or patients utensils without afterward cleansing hor own hands thoroughly. Running water is 1 better and safer than a basin of weak i disinfectant kopt for tho hands alono. ! Everything used for tho patient I should be kopt soparately from tho j supplies for the rest of the household ] This means dishes, bed llneu, bath I wrappers, towels, face cloths, rocking j chair, etc. families tan help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water towols, and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. (Signed) Provincial Health Department THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrics! Contracting ot all kinds. Agents for tha WarM Famous Light Delco Country wiring 618 4th Avenue Phone 735 specialty. �ok m 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF Jl.OC down, balance halt, crop. Best buy in district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFP. ALTA. iiiiiirrTitrntiiiii SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LtTHQPHOOI HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAV PHONE 1)42 RES. PHONE 428 FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND MITAL COMPANV 220 2nd Ave. 8. �34-0 Green Barley Sheaves. Green Oat Sheaves, Green Wheat Sheaves, Green Oat Straw, Upland Prairie Hay, Slough Hay All Balled F.O.B. Rock Bottom Prices Patterson, McKinnon & Bell Phone 1804 UthbrUgi A-+?D ;