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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' 'iT , * 1 I'll' I '' ', TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12. THE r^ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL& PAGE THREE: THAT SON.IN-LAW OF PA'S Gedric jShows How Patriotic He Is. --- By Wellington THAT SIMPS TboOUO �fpt/wwrTHTO^'S?? 1 im. T HE'S ALL JJOMfe. -HB'S IN HtS SecONO CHILDHOOD. OR SOMTrfltN'fHE'S m , SPRINKLfN'-POt AND A HOE ? on DON'T'BE Siuuy pa? 1 CEPRICIS NOT PLAMNtf-HE IS ENQA(tH> W a most FOOPS NEEDED FOR OUR BO^fS IN FRANCE MILK RIVER CELEBRATEO. Milk River, Nov. 12.-Iimhedlately after li>e receipt ol the news that the war -was ended, a public,holiday was declared and a bjg celebration was keid. Flags were flown, guns fired, jiiitkliig It ain occasion long to he re-njambered. ksttre Against Spaaish influenza Our policy covorg all alclcnesB. Pays weekly (indemnity. Makes OprovlBlpn, for hospital; ej^penses,. it 1� iiie most liberal ppUcy you can buy. A "Hinimax" beats all others. SkoO Weekly lor All SickneM \8�Iaot and Preferred Olasses .|M.OO (per, year with ,a 10%' tSUARDIAN INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA All polioies guaranteed by Qasrdten AMurance ,Co., of London; Bag. W. A. LEVITT, AQENT .Room C Stafford Block .....PhoRM 517^11 (From Otir Own CorrMDondeiit) Milk Hirer, Nov. 8.-The Victory Loan is malting good progress in Milk River and the real canvassing has hot started yet. The honor roll which Is-betng displayed in W. Quinn's windows is filling up quickly. ' The influenza is still keeping clear of Milk River district, two or three cases were reported but now we are quite free from it again, though we bear the neighboring towns north and south are both badly hit The Ttllnce was glad to welcome another veteran home from France oa Sunday In the parson of Ehuest Sproat.^Bhnie got three or four shrapnel wounds and his lungs are still sore Irom being gassed, but he did his MVto bring the Kaiser to his knees. He is now living with his proud and thankful parents on their farm at M7. ' J. Joofaem has moved Into his new reaidence on SeconoNstreet. This is die most hMtdaomeliusalow In town and ita e�alpment la right nihto-date: Mr. J^em has rented his old home AN INVESTMENT yiQW'LL NEVER REGRET OR FORGET a tlfttory Bond'i&feasaibtly fo Jimp Wfeei�very six'monthji.^Tho repayment ot the prinqipa:! is cer-llfcft afecurity is upquestionable. Invest alt the money at your laiilikl Buy till It huMe. This 1918 Victory Loan will need every MOariwaiiave Jn order to aurpajis all. former records. BUY VICTORY BONDS. THE BM or CAM^^ INCORPORATED 1869 ifrMSRtBQE BRANCH � HAORATH BRANCH -I----- CAMUBTON BRANCH---- . .V. . . . A. PARKER. Manager -------J. K. ATKINSON. Manager ---. . . . . w. B. McKAY, Manager --�I i  ��� r � VICTORY BONDS An Investment Recommended By Every Beak In Canada i The ,oiJr teal difference between twen^ tft -Govemment bills^ and n.llOO Vietoiy Bond K 'this V1et�SiT Bond paya 6yi% inter�it ITbeseei^ty ia e^ttjrtbeMme. Behind both biUa aod bond we tbe totalresourees of the Dominion. ~' s L^kviDg all sentiment aaidei it lAroold be impoMiU* to find a more deairdde kiTeatmcntittiaa the new Victory Bonda. v ' TH? il^RCHANtS BANK Heed OaiM: Mentawnl OP CANADA. Established I �164, UnRBUXn BKANCH, . ,1 . R. J. DINNING, Majliiger. MONABGH MIANCH, . ' V. A. BBBRLY. Aetint Musgcr. NOBLBPOID BBANGK. - M. A. KtLFATRICK, Aotiat^MaMier. VliCTORTr LOAN 1918 It b ttie, dnfy of every dtizenJo inirdiase r VidbatyBrndsyzad^isBsoik . to astiA wage earners by making Joabs ior tills piiepose at 5^%, being the yf ate fbe bonds bear. Wherever possible, the bonds fviH be held for safe-keeping;,on ' .bdudfttf small subscribers, for one year, wttbout charge. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE on Third Street to Mr. J. Bruce. Mr. W. Marriam got a nasty throw from hia horse last week. While out rounding up his cattle his mount stepped into a hole and threw him. He recovered conssciousness in a few minutes little the worse except for a swollen and scratched face. Work has started today on the new residence for Mr. .Andrew Pols, the bungalow will be situated on Third Street and will be 28x22 feet. br. Giles, Bob Simpson and.R. Bell 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 lew days ago and their owners' expect their investment to double and to start sup"-plying their families with milk in a week or so. i News ot Signingr of ^Armistice Created Cfreat Jo^ the Crows Nest Metropolis fSpecial to tha H�r�,ia) ' Fernie, B. C, Nov. 11.-^When the bulietin announcing the end of the world war. came over the wires; this morning it^ was,,scarcely ,ten,ininutes until ewy'steam whistle in the towii was screaming the joyful tidings, to thousands of listening ears. At first people were so quiet and so silent that it \seeraedruncanny.\ The,, epidemic ;Withits^hea^.deat4 rpllj^ad^ujiaide a sad impresslonvupqm.the^mlnds lOf ithe people-snd the sudden realization i.of what everyone was antlcipatlngihad the.effect of removing all feelings of demonstrjttion. . But within a half hour flags began to appear, on every building. Bunting liuhg from windows and ba1boni68 and the house that ha'd no flag flying was an exception. The sudden iilo^soming of the colors of the allied flags seemed to arouse the spirit of jollification and before noon the returned soldiers took th^ lead and arrangements were made to. clpse.aU stores for the remainder of the day." A procession of. automobiles and 'Carriages was formed and With ftfe and drum and hag pipes drove about' the principal streetes ever}' man and many women joined the parade until it was one of the longest ever sson in Fernie, and by all odds the happiest. The big crowd stopped in front of the old Bank of Hamilton building and a temporary stand was made of the-fire wagon which bad headed the parade, Thomas Beck, acting mayor, spol* brletiy and introduced Major AlofCatt late of the B4th battalion, who.spoke briefly of the noble part Canada had (Played In Oie conflict just ended and paid a dowlng tribute to the men of tttt'SMb who came from East Koot-lenar and bad made an enviable ^ Record amqng the Canadian troops. U. B. Gnsnl Wakefleld made an eloquent adftreas did Dr. Bounell. M.P., A. I. Pisber; ^.V.F., W. R. Wilson,' Lieut. Claridlpe and many others. All the epaakftw aude appeals for subscript-Ions to the Victory Loan and the results of tba aseeting will be a boom for titat bnstuMS. A-torch light pro-oaasloB Is in yrogress tonight in which the motheiB, wives and sisters of soldiers are being hauled in automobiles throttifh tbe streets of the town. The influensa patients in the hospitals were male happy by the big procession passing them so that all who were able could have a glimpse of the Joy ride. . to France, died of influenza at Montreal. , . On the night before his departure, he was waited upon by a deputation of citiiiens and wa.s presented* with a purse containing |200, on behalf of the citizens, and a tertiflcate of honor from tl^e Incorporation of the Town of Blairmore through the president of the local Returned Soldiers^ Bureau. BEREAVEMENTS HEAPED UPON YOUNG WOMAN . Niagara Palls, Ont.-Mrs. Shields,: the young wife of Manager William Shields of, the Grand Trunk Restaur-: ant here, was notified today by wire that two brothers, Norman and Willie, and a sister. Girlie, were dead rf inlluenza, and a second sister. Sue, was dyingat her father, Duncan O'NelVs, house in Summerton, Ont., hear Cornwall. They were sick only, a few days.k Premier AUCTION SALES I have been favored with Instructions from the following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective places. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. \ A. R. WOCKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An extra fine banch of pure bred and arade Percheron horses, cattle, pigs, farm Implements, etc. , W. H. JENKS, 33-10-.22/near Nobleford. Some fine work horses and brood mares. An exceptionally good herd of milk cows, pigs, farm implements, household furniture, etc. W. F. HOPKINS, Hardieville. Some fine matched teams of horsos, aattle, farm implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses and lots. GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Street S. Auctioneer Phone-KHZ Reference-Those from whom I have been favored with sales. IN TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Epidemic effse-: tfve 12.01 a.m. November and, train; No. 611 from Medicine Hat to Calgary via Lethbridge and Alderayde, will' run on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. No. B2 from Calgary to Medicine Hat via Aldersyde . and Lethbridge will run on Tuesday/ Thursday, and Saturday.  �  ......... No. 522 from Edmonton to Calgary will run daily except Sunday. No. 533 and 624 between Calgary and Edmonton will be withdrawn, No. 627 and S2S between HardlstF and Edmonton will be' withdrawn. For farther particulars apply any C. P. R. Ticket Agent, or J. E. PROCTOfl, M District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Dr. A.T.Spankie .. m:0.. .cm. , ' Ifei ' EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT APECIAH8T Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At* . and 2nd St. Bast. Calgary. Office Phone M284S ResidenSe Phone MJOTT Interne and House Surgaoa. Manhattan Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat HosplUl. New Terk CUr. 1911-1914. I Speelallst to Oafgary Seheei Beard AUCTIONEER Long experience in' itoek aad farm machiaery. Salea 3ilwdMl> ed ia aay part of Alberta. P. LA VALLEY ' COALDALC, ALBERTA Pof Dates and . Rates Call The Oewsley; Land Ageney, Lathi brl�g4.'raene in* (GENfe^AI. S DISABILITY) Affording comp ete protection against ?aUi disability arising from' ahyL^'Accident or Blaease. No limitation as to disease. ' iHospiiSiif .Indemnity, Medical Treatment|>;S�jrBeon;3 Pees. Behetf^ij^'.tnsOTed (accident) .No niedi;,qal' exj/niaatio'h required. ' ^ Total Disability $25.00 per week for life. Ask for rates. The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corp.,'Ltd., of London, .Elngiand. Surplus, over $9,000,000. N.B.Ptat&Cq. AGENTS 10 'Rylends' '^lock, Lethbridge ic of Influenza Instructions Regardiiig the Care of Sick Persons Tractor Repairs ^e specialise In reborlng gas tractor cyiinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have''In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. / Ford &^es Reborea NIVEN BRO& S16 let Avs. S. Phone 1733 Since Thousands bf People Are Nursing Influenza Patients m the Provinces the FoUowmg Instnictions ^iU Be of Vajue: BLAIRMORE . (From the Enterprise) The death occurred at Calgary on Sunday last of Miss Louisa Sunstrum, daughter of Mr. and Mr^; A. Sunstrum of Hutton, Alta., formerly of Blairmore, at the age of 29 years. . Miss Sunstrum was at one time a member of the staff of the local telephone ex-, change. ^ "' The death of Mrs. HoUoppa occurred at her home on Cement St., following a very brief illness. She leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss. The HoUoppa family came to Blairmore to reside but a few months ago.' Interment took place in the Protestant cemetery this afternoon. Rev. W,T; Young officiating. Pte. Somner, a French reservist, who left here October 12 to return L. A. H. Roosa Draying uid Baggs^e Transfer I Day or NIsht Service to Any Trktn When Called. . PHONE 1869 i Residence 922 2nd Avehi^e South ^ OQNT , :^f^^ THE,: WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVEA JOB TO OFlFERi I PleBSBfloh^y Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 1. Fresh air is the most essential requisite to the comfort and well being of patients, no matter how ill. 2. Rest in bed for three days after fever has gone is urged to prevent complications. � 3. Pneumonia cases should not be kept in the same room with uncompli-catet- influenza cases. 4. Nourishing food at Regular intervals. . i 5.' Plenty of water or lemonade. 6. General unworriid service, avoid chattewag, nagging or questioning anticipate wants of sickest patients, con-valascehtB usually ask for what they want. Keep the patients in isolated , room in separate beds. Keep I patient in, bed all of the. time.' (This, means patient must not get up to go to the bathroom). Two or three pillows arranged step fashion the lowest well under the shouldeVs will make breathing easier. Keep the arms and shoulders well covered. Ventilate the room freely. At the outset,^ Headaches and backaches are frequent.^ Cloths (moist but not dripping) to the head, changed fraqiiently give some relief. Avoid anything that might cause the slightest chill. Care of' mouth; a mouth wash every few hours and cold cream to the'Hps hielp to keep the^ mouth in a normal condition; if patient Is extremely weak, swab the teeth carefully with moistened cotton application^ three times daily. Coughing patients i should keep mouth covered when coughing, paper napkins or. three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are safe and better than rags or handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bagplnned to bedside, within easy reach of l)ajtients hand, to receive the used napkins, Changs bag at least twice daily, 6g wheneverjt becomes half full. The invisible spray from the mouth and nose during coughing and^ sneezing is as', dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can be-masked, weak patients are annoyed by thsm. FOOD Food-For the unhappy, feverish patients, liquid diet, hot or cold; as Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Worics winter wtll eoon ba bar* tmt' bring with it the cold weather. Have your tumaces overMvl* ed by jis. Shcpert work.- Hot-air furaaoa. work avater in the sick room, or put in a pillowslip or laundry bag. This , can be safely carried to the kitchen j stove and when contents have been ; boiled five minutes anyone may finish I caring for the linen. When attendant j cannot stop to wash her own hands, door kiiobs, faucets, etc., should' be protected by scraps of newspaper. 1 which may :be destroyed after : each' using. Attendants must be'constantly marked, must wear big all-over aprons i in sick room, changing ILto a different ! one always before 'onleringany other part of the house. Attendant' must keep facilities tor washing  her own hands, soap, nail brush and- -paper towels,in clean place and never touch the patient or patients utensils without afterward cleansing her own, hands thoroughly. Running water 'is f better and safer than a basin of weak disinfectant keptifor the hands alone. Everything used for the patient should be kept separately from the, supplies for the rest of the household. frUa m^ans dishes, bed, linen, " bath wrappers; towels, face cloths, rocking chair, etc. Fan)ilies can help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water towels, and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. (Signed) . ^ P^vincial Health Department THE ROY ^ ELECTRIC ! Electrical Oontraetlns oCian