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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVfiMBfeR 1918 THE LETHBBIDGE DATLY HERALD PAGE THREE ........ i I JMI THAT SQN.IN.LAW OF PA'S �edric'8*.Indoor>&'den Must Have Room to Grow in. By Wellington CJEDRiC SET OLfr POZES TbnffTO-f Had Been Engaged as a Mormon Missionary-A Young Man's Death . , � fHtoin Our Own Corresponflent) Raymond, Nov. 12.-We are In deep yinpafhy with the Klnaey family while ,recording tht dpath of Mr, D. i^.'Klnsey from tUe 'flu. . Mr. Kirisey Vwas born In Provo, Ufah, nearly flfty-onW years ago, but spent his boyhood days^ln and around Payson, where he mei: Ray Knight and trdna that time to the' present thetr lives have been very closely connected. Wr. Klnsey came to Canada In 1901 and from that time to the ' present has been man-aglpK the Sugar Co.'s cattle and horso ranches. Mrs^r Kinsey, "who was called home by wire, was in Utah, reached the bed side half an hour jafter Air. Klnsey died. Mt. Kinsey re survived' by his mother, 'two brothers and a si * > J TO EAT Avoid Indlgetitlon/Sour Aeld Stomach, Heartbtirn, Qaa on Stomach, Etc. ' Indtgeaiion and jiractioaUy all forms ,M'^omach, froUbIe,..,8�y; lne^lca|l au-.Thorltles', are'due nine .times out of ten to an excess of hvdochlorlc acid in the Bto&ach.'^'Chronlc""acld stomach'' is exceMln^ly dangeroua and sufferers should do either one of two things. Bithisr tbey can go on'and often! disagreeable diet; avoiding foods that disagree with tbem, that irritate the stomach'and lead to excesa acid se-cretlott Orthey can eat as tbey pleaaedn reason':and make It a practice, to counteract the'effect of the harmful acid and prevent the formation of gas, .Bourneas or premature fermentation by the use.of a little Bisurated Mag-ueeia at their: meals. .There ;lfl probably no better, safer or more reliable stomach antiacld than Bisurated Magnesia itnd it is widely used for this purpose. It has no direct action on the stomach and, is not a dlgestent. But a teaspoonful of the powder or a couple of.five grain tablets taken in. a-, little .water with the fo6d 1 m^li neWriUs'e' the' excess acid-Ity )w1ificli/idky.i be!^rei;ent flnd^ilTprevent its ifttrthef/tormatlonvtvThUiijremoves the-j^whote �tcaujjriMofi Uiftjjfrouble 'and tb�;;-te^alrli;ew;t)uiice8 .off Bljiurated Mag-' nesia from any reliable druggist. Ask tor either; powder or tablets. It never comes as a liquid, milk or citrate and In the. bisurated form Is not: a laxative." Try this plan and eat what you .want at your next meal'and see if this /isn't the best advice you! ever had on -"what to eat;"-Advertisement . . . IjDSflFe Against Spaaish Inflncnza bur �policy cOyers all sickne&s. Pay� weekly Indemnify. Make^ provision fpr hospital expenses. i.t is the most liberal, policy you oau buyj.A^ "Mlnlmax" beats all] others. ' i .v , $25.00 Weekly for AU Sickness Select and .Prefe)rred Classes ,t24.0Q pw yew with a aO%' Bo'nuB^ GpARDip INSUKANCE CO/QF CANADA / ;-"AItpoltctes guaranteed by Ouardtan''':ABBura&co Co., of London, Bng. W, A, LEVITT, A'OENT Room �, Stafford Black>t Phones 617-518 He also leaves his wife, three boys, RoJIo, Bert and Shirley, and a daughter, LucUe. Mr. Kinsey was' buried In the Raymond cemetery. At the time Hay Knight sold out here Mr. Kinsey bought the Knight home, where the surroundings would be more congenial for his family in his later years, where he could enjoy what he has braved many a storm and spent many a weary night for. Very few men have more honest friends than Mr. Kinsey for hb always dealt squarely with those under him and those over him speak of "his honor-abliB way of doing business/' 'The "cow puncher" has'lost a good boss, the community a good citizen and triend, and the family a worthy tather. Mr. T. J. O'Brien conducted the services on the lawn .at, the Kinsey home. The first speaker was Pres. Allen, who bore record of the invaluable assistance Mr. Kinsey had been to the community and who had given all men aid who had come to him. Mr. Knight spoke very feelingly of the associations he had had with Mp. Klnsey during the thirty'years they have been together, and of the absolute loss the community sustained in Mr. Kinsey's death. Mrs. Kinsey thanks the friends who offered such valuable assistance during the illness, r , Th^ toUowlng^^flowers were given, Spray;Mf6m ' Mr"*Wd Mrs.) C. W. Brewertdn; Anchor, from Day; Reillie, Foote, Beaumont;- Dome,  from Mr.: and Mrs. J. Hi Walker;" Wreath, from Brewerton family; Gates Ajar, from knight .Sugar\Co.; Sprays,, from Mn and Mrs. H. Ostlund; Mr. and'Mrs. S. F. Kimball; Mr. and Mrsi; C. Ostlund, Mr. and'Mrs. J. D. Co�tley, Mr. "T. Y. Ijove; Wreaths, from Mr. and Mrs. R. WhltbeCk, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Meeks, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peacock, Mr. and Mrs. H; S. Allen; Hearts, from Mr. D. Watson, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. Rouse; Cross, from Card family; Broken CoriJ, from W. H. Mclntyre Jr,; Star, from Mr.'and Mrs. Ray Knight. Mrs. John Foster just" had word from her husband Xiieut. John Foster that'he had won the D.C.M. After all the officers of his battalion bad been killed he with another lieutenant led the men on and captured some machine guns. We are all pleased with John's? success. I Mr. C. iP. ToJlestrup'fl oldest son Af ton was buried yesterday, .having, died tho day previous from- the 'flu.i Aftdn was just 29^ and in the-prime of bis manhood. He has been a stlrUng youth and lived a'clean life. He leaves great- many^friends whose sympathy is extended to the father brothers and sisters. We sadly record the "killed.'in ac tion" of Ueslie Stevenson in France. Leslie was called and sent as a Mor> mon missionary to the eastern states in 1816. He labored In Pennsylvania and there registered as a British-subject, a minister of the.gospel.' The tribunal beforei which',he appeared to support his claim tor exemption, would not grant him exemption because it claimed Mormon missionaries wer^ not ministers of the'' gospel. Hence Leslie .was conscripted, and because of his bigness of soul, and interest in mankind, he would not permit bis case to>ooipe before higher tribunals, the Washington and Ottawa authorities, which if he had done the decision would have been revoked. Leslie Tiii^as among � tlie first of the American troops to' cross the' Atlantic and saw action,immediately. He was killed on October 6tb; "this yesfr; The friends Leslie leaves behind > will long remember him forhlAiinoblequalitieSi honest eifortn.hlB constanr desire to right every wrong, and his 'ever glow-Jng.'Vlsion of the future. We. loss � near irlend: and'ithQ family a stalwart son and brother. .  Mr. 9nd Mrs. Bert lOnsey c�me on yesterday's train, fromi'TJtah.^ .^UADY CHAPLEAU'S ESTATE. Toronto, Nov. 13.-^An estate'valued at f468,094 4b dlspqsei-ot by the Wfll of Lady Mary Louisa King Chap-leau, widow of Sir Joseph ^A. Cbap-le'au, fprmer * llentenanitrgoverhor of Quebec. ; .1, FEME CEL Boy Won't Lose Eyesigiit-The 'Flu Epidemic Seeing to be / Subsiding � t (Special to the Herald) Pemie. .'Nov. 12.-The Injuries resulting from the explosion,of a cannon Are cracker last night' in the hand of little Leonard WhitehduBe, though severe, resulting in the loss of his right hand, are not so severe as at first feared. Upon examination it was found that his eyesight had not been seriously impaired and other Injuries are not of serious nature. Three or tour others who were near the boy were somewhat Injured but none of them badly hurt. The accident tended to shorten the celebration but it will long be remembered as the greatest day In the history of Fernie. Epidemic Subsiding The influ^za epidemic Is still with us but is subsiding both in numbers of cases and in the virulence of the attacks. There were five funerals on Sunday, four yesterdefy and four today. Three deaths were recorded today, bringing the total of fatalities up to 41. There are but one or two critical cases now being treated and it is hoped that the deaths will decrease rapidly from now until the j^pldeiuic has entirely disappeared. The, Victory Loan committee reopened its campaign today and at the close of the- day the subscriptions had been abo\tt doubled amounting in round numbers ,to $150(000: -^j-W.hen the committee ^ansformed itself into a relief committee to take care of the influenza ca^es, the amount subscribed was $72,000. The workers expect Jta reach the .full quota during, the week.  ' LondoUi Nov. IS.r-The Irish party yesterday issued an address' appealing to President Wilson to aid in u settlement of the Irish question In 'accordance with his principles that all nations, large and small; have a-right to free determination of their, own form of government. A demand in this respect, made In the house of commons today, was voted down. "Can aqrone doubt," says the address, "that the nation of; Ireland comes under the category of small na-tionsfor whose rlghtsyou so'eloqueut-ly plead, or that .the present govern- FOR EXCHANGE , TO TRADE--For good autOmobilei (Victory or Liberty Bonds, fruit laud and residence at Salmon -Arm; B. C. Address I. M. Lyman/Travers, Alta. V 273-12 TO TRADE-Equity in well Improved section, close to Lethbridge for clear title half section or city property. Murchison Bros., Oeddes and Braden. '' ' � ' ' '  � -  282-3 TO TRADE \ FOR CATTLE-Ne^ Kerosene tractor and Deere plow, bptli complete and in - excellent. condition. Will trade for i;ood stock cattle. Ap-ply Box 67 Herald. 280-6 uTO TRADBl-^Por cattle, liorses of ^hogs, one registered Shorthorn bull, three years old. Phone R114 or apply lat Knight's Farm, 1 1-2 miles north of Experimental Farm. ,  279-G CANADA FOOD.BOAA9 MCEN9E NUMBER 2.4>VS ffl'fent of Ireland by Great Britain,' ^ against the will of Ireland comes un-der the-'i scathing condemnatioiv you have given, to such exercisps , of wrong?". BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car \City and Country Trips OfffeiB Phone ............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone...... 1098 mm TRANSFER Coal CO.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 Tractor Repairs W� speelallze !n reborlng gas tractor-, cylinders, and fitting overalzo pistons and rings. W� have In stock at !>resent overslse pistons (or all popular makes of gas tractors. JFoTjd Engines Rebored nIVEN bro& 21S lat Av�. 8. Phons 1732 Premier 'Annuity' (GENERAL DISABILITY) Affording complete protection against all disability arising from any'Accident or Disease. No limitation as to disease. Hospital Indemnity, Medical Treatment,, Sur^on's Fees. : Beneficiary Insurjad (accident) ' No m.edical examination required. ' ^ Total Disability. $25.00 per week for life. Ask for rates. ' The Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corp,, Ltd., of London, England. ' - Surplus over $9,000,000. N. B. Peat & Co. '^AGENTS 10 Rylanda' Block,- Lethbridge L. A. H. Roosa Praying and Baggage Transfer Day or NIaht Service to Any Train'When Called. \ PHONE 1869 Residence 92i!'2nd Avenue South AUCTION SALES I have been favored with Instructions from the following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective palaces. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. WOCKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. ' An eitra fine bunch of pure bred and grade Percheron horses, cattle, pigs, farm implements, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Npbleford. Some fine work-horses and brood marns. An exceptionally good herd of milk coys, pigs, farm implements, household furniture, etc. W.F. HOPKINS, HardieviUe. Some fine matched teams of horses, cattle, farm implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses and lots. GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Sti[eet S. 'y. Auctioneer Phone 1692 Reference-Those from whom I have been favored with sales. 'J h Epidemii; of Influenza instructions Regarding the Care of Since Thousands of People Are Nursing Influenza Patients in the Provinces the Following Instructions Will Be of Value: -.FORGET :^f^ THE ; WAR VETERAN , WHEW YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFXeR 1/ Please hgt'fy. Sec> Veteriiis' quh Phone 372 1.: Fresh air is the most essential requisite to the comfort and well be ing of patients, no matter how ill. 2. Rest in bed for three days after fever has gone la urged to pteveht complications. 3. Pneumonia cases should not be Kept in the same room with uncomplicated Influenza cases. . 4., Nourishing food at regular intervals! � ; , 5. Plenty of i water or lemonade. 6. General uhWorried service, avoid chattering, nagging or questioning anV ticipate wants of sickest patlentB, convalescents ususilly ask for what they want. Keep the patients in isolated room , in separate , beds. Keep patient in hied alf of the time; (This means patient must nbt.get up to go to the bathi-oom). Two or three pillows arranged step fasblda the lowest -S^ll under the shoulders .will make breathing easier. Keep the' arm6 and shoulders well coyered. Ventilate the room'freely. At the outset, headaches and backaches are: frequent. Cloths (moist but not dropping) to.the head, changed frequently give some relief. Avoid anything thbt might cause the slightest chill.i Care'- of mouth; a moutli wafeh every few hours and cold cream to the Hps help to keep the mouth in a normal conditio!^; if patient is extremely weak, swab the teeth; carefully with moistened cottou applications three times daHy. Coughing patients should keep mouth covered when' coughing, paper napkins or three thicknesses of toilet paper used only once, are safe and better-than raca or handkerchiefs. Keep a small paper bag 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 npse during coughing and sneezing is as dangerous as visible expectoration. ' Convalescent patients can be masked, weak patients are annoyed by them. 1  FOOD Food-For thai unhappy, feverish patients^ liquid diet; hot or cold, preferred, milk, lemonade, weak tea and coffee, broths. For. convalescent patients not feverish, soft diet, gruels, cooked cereals, milk, jellies, soft boiled eggs, etc- ' Food may be kept in a thermtis bottle. Patients should drink some water whep awake. PRECAUTIONS Precautions-All mouth washes bath water, exeta; and ;uneaton liquid food should be thrown Into the toilet by the attendant. . ' AU bags, napkins, scraps: of lineaten food, mouth swab, eta, ' ^ should .be, wrapped in clean newspaper before being carried to' the kitchen io be destroyed by burning. f All linen, sheets, masks, towels, etc., should be submerged in a large kettle of cold water in the sick i room, or put In a pillowslip, or lajmdry. bag. This can be safely carried to the kitchen Stove and when contents have been boiled Ave minutes anyone 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 be destroyed after.each using. Attendants must be constantly masked, must wear big allKsver aprons in sick room, changing it to a dllterent one always before entering any'other part of the, house.. "Attendant must keep facilities for washing her iown hands, soap, nail bri^sh , and paper towels in clean^cnever touch' the patient'or patients ntensllsw^h' out after\i;ard cleansing, .'her own hands thoroughly, ' Running water is; better and safer/than a.,bailn,^t' w^ak-disinfectant kept for the hands^alone,; 'Everything used for. "the patient should be kept separately 'from the supplies tor the rest of. the ihnuseho.jd.' This means dishes, jbed.Ilil^n, ; b'^th wrappers,' towels, face cloths;' rooking chair, etc. v , Families can help visiting nurses' and aids by having hot water towels; and newspaper ready when nurses are expected. J (Signed) Proiincud H^salth Department TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE I Account Influenza Epidemic etfs( tive 12.01 a.m. November, 2nd, If No- 611 from Medicine Hat to Calgaty..j via Lethbridge and Aldorsyde, �*ilW run on Monday, �Wednesday and Frl*J| day. Wo. 52 from Calgary to Medicine. Hat I via Aldersyde and L1M914. . \ Specialist to Calgary School Board auctioneer Long experience in stock and s farm machinery. Sales comlttcf i ed la any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For' Dates and Rates Call The, Oowsley Land Agency. Lath- ' brldne. Phoiie i80� Free! & Elliott m . Sheet Metal Worki Winter will soon be hare ud ? bring with it the cold weather.;iS; Have your furnaces overhaal; ed by us. Expert work. � Hot air turn&'ce work 'a oialty. V Phone 1718 830 Sixth 8t��i N Lethbridge, Alta. DRAYING* Of Ail Kln4s WcstctnTransfertJOi Limited , m��-�, p. R. Pr�l|M PHONae ;>f?le� THEi ROY ELECTRIC  5 Electrical Cpntraetlok WiiOt kinds. AsenU tor th* WorMf Famoua Deico Light Country wfrlnc^a speelaltri BIS 4th Avenue Sox Sk�,y Phone 735 ^' 320 Acre ADJOINING TOWN SKIFF ' -tl.OO down, balance kfetf crop. Best buy Jn district ^-"'i^ CHAS. T. COUSINS ' 8KIFP, ALTA. *- ^pence's auto uveij:; night calls. LeTHORIDOlf, hotel. phone,1S24 country trips' ' OLvSED car' > > ^ riAV PHONe 1142 ^ 'yf Aiiasffi^^Nll^l;^ .i,Vjj.�.� FURS-FI Highest ,PrlCM, P�l|�r%.,. CANADIAN HIDE AND.MKtAI COMPANY '}ff^':^ 220 2nd Av�. 9.yi'%i Grf eh Bail-ley Sfheitves,; Green Oat Shi^aves, Green Wheat Sheaves. Green 0�Lt traw, Upland-Praij^e Hay, Slough Hay ah Bai^d f.o.r rio.ik Bottom rac^ Patterson, Phone 1804 0028 05844821 ;