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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1H, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S CedricVlndoor Garden Must Have Room to Grow in. _JUL.--._ By Wellington ' 1 fc>wY cfcRfc VvnAr Sou 5AX I WWk IYY3 A PWFECTVf WONDERFUL IDEA OF CED-RICS TO START AN WPOOR YRUCK-GfMZ-DEH, SO THAT WE MW HAVE FRE3H VE;!S and r>2i between Calgary and Edmonton will be withdrawn. No. f,27 and r>2S between llardlaty and Edmonton will bo withdrawn. For further particulars apply any ('�� P. K. Ticket Agent, or J. E. PROCTOR, District. Passenger Agent, Calgary. KILLED IN ACTION Had Been Engaged as a Mormon Missionary-A Young Man's Death fFrom Our Own Corrosp'indcnt) Raymond, Nov. 12.--AW are. In deep sympathy with the Klnsey fumlly while recording the death of Mr. U. H. Klnsey from the 'flu. Mr. Kit sey was born In I'rovo, Utah, nearly llfty-niw yoars ago, but spent his boyhood days In and around Payson, where ho met Hay Knight and from thai, time to tin; present their lives have lin-u very closely connected. Mr. Klnsey enmn to Canada In 1901 and from that time to tho prtit has boon man-aging the. Sugar Co.'a cattle and horse ranches. Mm. Klnsoy, who was called home by wire, wan In Utah, reached the lie,| side half an hour .after Mr. Klnsey died. Mr. Klnsey Is survived by his mother, two brothers and a sister, Charley In Raymond, his mother and sister and othar brother In Salt Lake. * MADE HIM KISS FLAG. Kitchener. Ont.. Nov. II.--. In connection with the unprecedented celebration here tills morning. Alderman A. L. Illt.-zer, with bared head, was made to kiss the Union .lack on the stops of die city hall before thousnnds of pcopl". The. flag inn presented for the alderman to kiss by a returned soldier. : *!> ' : : ;n Mr. and Mrs II Ostium!. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Kimball. Mr. and Mrj. C. Ostium!, Mr and Mrs. J. U. Ci^tley. Mr. T. V. I�ve; Wreaths, from Mr. and Mrs. It. Wbltbeck. Mr. and Mrs. J. K Meek-, Mr. and Mrs. J. U Peacock. Mr. and Mrs. II. 8. Alb-n; Hearts, from Mr. .'. I). Watson, Mr. and Mrs. W. House; Cross, from Card family; Uiokeu Cord, from W. II. Mclityre Jr.; Star, from Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knight. Mrs. John Foster Just had word from lu>r husband I.lent. John Foster that he had won the D.C.M After all the officers of his battalion had been killed he with another lieutenant led the men on and captured mmm machine guns. We are all pleased with John's success. Mr. C. V. Tollestrnp's oldest son Afton was burled yesterday, having died the day previous from the 'rtu. Afton was Just 20 mid In tho prime of his manhood. He has been a Stirling youth and lived a clean life. He leaves IT* great many friends whose sympathy is extended to tho father brothers and sisters. We sadly record the "killed in ac Hon" of Leslie Stevenson in France. Leslie was called and sent as a Mor mon missionary to tho eastern states in 1916. He labored in Pennsylvania and there registered as a British subject, a minister of the gospel. The tribunal before which he appeared to support his claim for exemption, would not grant him exompilon because it claimed Mormon missionaries were, not ministers of the gospel. Hence Leslie was conscripted, and becauso of his bigness of soul, and interest In mankind, he would not parmlt ^iis case to coipe before higher tribunalB, tho Washington and Ottawa authorities, which if ho had done the decision would have been revoked. Leslie was among the llrst of the American troops to cross the Atlantic and saw action immediately. He was killed on October 6th, this year. The friends Leslie leaves behind will long remember him for his noble qualities, honest efforts, his constant desire to right every wrong, and his ever glowing vision of the future. We lose a near friend and tho family a stalwart son and brother. Mr. and Mrs. ilert Klnsey came on yesterday's train from Utah. ment. of Ireland against the will ,. der the smthinc h.'ivo given, tn wrong?" !'V r,].:ai Hrllam Ireland comes mi I'Miiileiiiiiatlon/ you ii'h exerciser- of Boy Won't Lose Eyesight-The 'Flu Epidemic Seems (o he Subsiding (Spoiinl to th" Hcr.iM' Fernie. Nov. 12.-The injutici r stilting from the explosion of a can- ' lion Hi �� cracker last night In die hand i of little Leonard Whltelii.m-e, though1 severe, resulting in die loss of his right hand, are not v.o severe a, at lirst feared. Upon examination it was f"'.ind that Ills eyesight had tint, been seriously impaired and other Injuries are not of nerlour. nature. Three or four others who were near the boy wete some what Injured but none of them badly hurt. The acrldent tended to shorten the celebration but II will long he remembered ns the greatest day !n the history of Fernie. Epidemic Subsiding The Influenza epidemic Is still with us but Is subsiding both in numbers of and In the virulence of the attacks. There were live funeral, ori Suiidnv, four yesterday and four to day. Three deaths worn recorded to day. bringing the total of fatalities up to II. Then, are but one or two critical cases now being treated and It Is hoped that the deaths will ��� rea�e rapidly from now until the epldeinb-has entirely ilisappe.u-i-d. The Victory Lean committee reopened Its campaign today an I at Unclose of Hie i|ny the suli . The Workers, expect to reach the full iiuota tin rim: the tt eek BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car ^Clty and Country Trlpg Office Phone ............ 120G RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345. 110 13th Street N. 2S'l.2i'i Tractor Repairs W� apcelnllzo In reborlng gns tractor cylinders, and fitting ovaratzo plstoni and rings. W� havo in stock at nresont ovcrslie pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN BROS. 216 let Ave. S. Pnone 1732 AUCTION SALES 1 have beer, favored uith Instrnct.ions from the following iretitiemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective places. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. W0CKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An extra fine bunch ol br-'d and i.-rade percheron horses, cattle, pigs, farm implement*, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Noblcford. Some fine work horses md brood m.'ires. An eveptionully good herd of milk cows, pigs, farm implements, household furniture, etc. W. F. HOPKINS, HardieviUe. Some tine mulched teams of horses, cattle, farm implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses arid lota. GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Street S. Auctioneer Phone 1692 Reference-Those from whom I have be.en favored with sales. Dr. A.T. Spankie I M.D., CM. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offico rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corcor Sth Av>. and 2nd St. East. Calgorr. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono M207? Intcrno rind House Surgeon. Mnnhatta.i Kye. Far, Nosa and Throat Hospital, New York City, PJll-lUM. Specialist to Calgary School Board I T I I/ondon. Nov. Ui -The Irish part} yesterday Issued an address appealing to President Wilson to aid In a settlement of the Irish unestion In ac cordame with his principles that all nations, large and small, have a right to free determination of their own ] form of government. A demand in i this respvet, made in the house of ! commons today, was voted down, j "Can ai^oue doubt," says the ad-I dress, "that the nation of Ireland comes under the category of small ua-1 lions for whose rights you so t-.loqucui -; ly plead, or that the present govern- FOR EXCHANGE The Premier 'Annuity' (GENERAL DISABILITY) Affording; complete protection ltg:iint-l all disability arising (rem any Accident or l>!�case. No limitation as to disease. Hospital Indemnity. Medical Treatment, Surgeon's Fees. H'-tuticinry Insured (accident) N� ipedlcal exa/ulnution required Disability $2:�.eu jvr ' week f>r life. Ask for rates. The Ocean Accident it (iuur-aiitee Corp., Ltd , ot London, Kuglaud. Surplus over W.OOo.OOu. N. B. Peat & Co. AGENTS 10 Rylands' Slock, Lethbridee Epidemic of Influenza Instructions Regarding the Care of Sick Persons AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted In any part ot Al'jcrta. P. LA VALLEY COALOALE, ALBERTA For Datee end Ratu Call The Oowitey Land Agency, Lath-bridge. Phone 1809 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon bo here and bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnace* overhauled by us Kxpcrt work. Hot utr (uruueo work n spe-.� al.y Phone 1711 330 Sixth St. S. Lethbrldge, Alta. Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in the Provinces the Following Instructions Will Be of Value: 1 Fresh air Is the most es/tciitlnl I requisite to the comfort and well be | ing of patients, no matter how ill ' . LADY CHAPLEAU'S ESTATE. Toronto, Nov. 13.-An estate valued at $11)8,091 is disposed of by the will of Lady Mary Louise King Chap-leau, widow of Sir Joseph A. Chap-leau, former lieutenant-governor of Quebec. TO TRADK-For Rood automobile, Victory or Liberty lionds, fruit land and residence at Salmon Arm, H. C. Address I. M. Lyman, Travers, Altu. ________S73-12 TO f RADK-Kqulty In well improved section, close to Lethbrldge for clear title half section or city property ! Murchison Bros., deddes and liruih-n j 282-3 j TO "TRADE""Vii\i CAfTlJJ-- New] Kerosene tractor and Deere plow, both) cumplete and in excellent condition.; Will trade for good stock -'uHle A>V !ily Hox 57 Herald. SS0 -0 | TO TRADE-For cattle, horses or hogs, one registered Shorthorn bull, three years old. Pltono 1UH or apply j at Knight's Farm, 1 1-2 miles north of Fxpeiiuiental Farm. 279 -G L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 92?. 2nd Avenue South 6 CANADA FOOD SOAfcO LICENSE NUMBER J-0  ^X] DO NT ' ^\ R> THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU*HAVE A JOB TO OFrtER Please notify Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 2. Rest in bed for thrt e days after fever has gone Is urged to prevent complications. :t. Pneumonia cases should no! be kept in the same room with uncomplicated Intluenza fuses. 4. Nourishing food at regular intervals. "t. Plenty of water or lemonade. C. Ceneral uhworried service, avoid chattering, nagging or questioning anticipate wants of sickest patients, con valesci-nts usually usk fur what they v,..ut. Keep tho patients in Isolated room in sep'irato beds Keep patient in bed all of the time. (This means patient must not cot up to go to the bathroom). Two or tbres pillows arranged step fashion the lowest .well under the shouldsrs will make breathing easifcr. Keep the arm- and shoulders well covered Ventilate tin room freely. At the outset, headaches and backaches are frequent Clotlu tmolst but not dripping) to the head, changed frequently give some teller Avoid anything that might cause the sliBhteit chill. Care of mouth; a mouth wabh every few hours und cold cream to the. lips help to keep the mouth in n normal condition; If patient is extremely weak, swab the teeth carefully with moistened cottou applications three times dally. Coughing putleutd should keep mouth covered when coughing, paper napkins or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are safe and better than raj* or handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bap; pinned to bedside, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the used napkins. Change bag at least twice daily, or whenever it 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 them. FOOD Food-For the unhappy, feverish patients, liquid diet, hot or cold, as DRAYING or AH Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited �. p. n. Pr*l|M eUM* PHONES OOe* ........... 11tS t�-l�, .......... 1M4 preferred, milk, lemonade, weak tea and coffee, broths Kor convalescent patients not feverish, soft i*|eti gruels, cooked cereal*, milk. Jellies, soft boiled eggs, etc Food may be kept |n a thermos bottle. Patients shuultl drink some water when awake. PRECAUTIONS Precautions-All mouth washes j bath water, exeta. and uneaten liquid j food should be thrown into the tolJfct; by the attendant. All bags, napkins, scraps of uneaten food, mouth swab, etc, should be wrapped in clean newspaper before being carried to the. kitchen to be destroyed by burning. All linen, sheets, masks, towels, etc, should bo submerged In a large kettle ot cold water in the sick room, or put in a pillowslip or lajindry bag. This can be safely carried to the kitchen stove and when contents have been boiled five minutes anyone may rlnUh 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 be destroyed after each uslns- Attendants must be constancy masked, must wear big all-over aprons in sick room, changing it lo o different one always before entering any other part of the house. Attendant must kuep facilities for washing her own hands, soap, nail brush and paper towels in clean place and never touch the patient or patients utensils without ufterward cleansing her own hands thoroughly. Running water is better and safer than a basin ot weak disinfectant kept for tho hands alone Everything used for the patient should be kept separately from the supplies for the rest of tht household This means dishes, bed linen, bath wrappers,- towels, face cloths, rocking chair, etc. Families can help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water towels, and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. (Signed) Provincial Health Department THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all klnda. Agente tor to* WorlS Fatnoue Delco Light Country wiring  specialty. BIS 4th Avenue Bog SM Phone 73S 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN SKIFF Sl.00 down, balance crop. Rest buy in dietrict. OF CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIPF, ALTA. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LITHDftlOOC HOTEL. PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR f'AV PHONB 1142 tES. PHONB 4SS FURS-FURS-FURS Hlgheet Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. 164-0 All Balled F.O.B. Rock Bottom Prices Phone 1804 Uthbridg* \ ;