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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'EeTIIIUiiDGl-: DAILY II.-*RALD PAGE ELEVEN  � ? ? � 4> � �  �  ?  -� *   � � * * � * * TI It were winter all the time,  -And every twig were grew with rime, And flugirs red and noses blue, And only whltonesB in the view, ' And'wo were LappB or Esquimaux, We'd almost Always hate the snow! But since our winter is not half V)ie year, itonly^makes us.laugh fl'o 8ee\he lawn all powdery white, And puddles frozen in the night; I^ecause we're sure it soon will go "We almost always love the snow! CHURCHBB AND SOCIETIES . > A mlscellaQedus sliowerv in  al^ ot St. Patrick's vChurch |)asiaar win b^V held at' the hom^iof Mrs.) DeVeber as soon as the ban Is lifted from the.city prohibiting public: gatherings. The date wUUbe announced later.        �    �> � 4 Mrs. J. L. Miller is confined to her home with an attack of influenza.  �  Miss Catherine Jones of Edmonton who has been visiting with her mother in Macleod, is thfa guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bentley for a.: few days,    Mr, and Mrs; A;^ Southard were motor visitors in the�city from Calgary on Monday with Dr. aiSd Mrs. W.' S. Galbraitb, returning to Calgary yesterday. � ,* .  ... ,  � Mr. and Mrs. W-'P/ Reynolds are leaving today for Anligonish, Nova Scotia, Mr. Reynolds having been transferred to the Bank of Commerce there. � .*  Miss Sydal, graduate of the London University College Hoiipital, has returned to the cit^ after two and a half years'absence in^fenglatad. .- � 4 ?( � GENERAL ? .;. .;. ............ 4� der Zee, accordfng/'tpj.an Am- * Daily Telegraph. A'parsonage ? Oft thoKlsland has^h^enj rented . ^t'oppoaite the Dutch'ttown of * AniTUOEOFM THE MASK ORDER Favor Mask, Bui Breathe Fresh Air When Out and Away From People Edmonton, Alta., Nor. 21.-The ^ninister of health banded' out the following statement at noon today. The number of new cases reported yesterday is 775, Total, to date, 23,84". The now places aflected are as follows; Heatherdown, i; Lac Ste. Anne, 15; Onoway, 14. That iVlask Regulation. The academy of medlcino of  this city last evening recommended the withdrawing of the mask regulation. About ten days ago the same academy, possibly not compoaod of exactly the same members, favored the oontinuiIn.ce ti tiie regulation, by passing- a resolution. which is clekr cut and plain In'its term.�. The public ought not to misunderstand the i attitude of the medical profession. | The head of this department was present at their former meeting. They dealt with the nso and the abuse of the mask, and it was plain that the great-majority at least then favored the use of the mask regulation with a reasonable interpretation of it. They, didn't want the use of it I abused. They wanted people when i out in the'open air and at safe dls-j tances from those who might be'in-! fectod to breathe the fresh air, and j not possibly run the risk of inhaling j what .was exhaled, but they were,| dealing, "as this department had to deal, with a regulation that was of provincial sweep, and all want reasonable interpretation of it. In endeavoring to give the view of the medical profession to the public such expressions as these were used: "There seems to be absolute unan-' iniity that the mask is- a splendid preventative and should be used wheu people are in reasonably close con-: tact, whether inside or outside." The best opinion is that In all inside work we should seek to^ follow the mask regulation;, letting "plenty of fresh., air in, and using good sense inavoid-. ing, if possible, the- inhaling.of breath; that hal-: been Jexhalfed iiigaTn?' tfia the meantime" wilKtHe authoritIesreiM>t forcing the Iaw~Sase sweet reasonaj^ler: nesB witli reference to people who are trying to dodge the thing whed they are out and away - from the people. Let us interpret It in such a wttjr.i thkti'.plenty  ot> tra^. air will: not be excluded from houses, shdpr^ or pedple's -lungs. And a^^aln dealing with the medical' professibji: ~ frTheir vrd-w"'j)oln,t8' ab-' solutelyi, right.,60 far ./a?. .jProteoting i the public,is concerned, ana, will .thei public when-occasionally they see a) physician not^ wearing a mask while' driving out to-see some patient, please j remember, this, that that physician I has probably been iu the hospital' continuously for four or five hours, 1 perhaps more. He^haa been in- thoi dinger Sione nil the.tiifae. When-he'l left the hospital and got into his car he pocketed' his mask, and- wiU boil or'burn it at nlgbti Ile.has a supply along. When he has gone .possibly several miles into the country to see a patient,he wlIL lace a.clean, mask on, but he Is working 18 houra a day, and the contlfiuous wearing of the mask Is injurious to him and tends to lower his vitality... vDon't therefore, think that he doesn't favor the regulation, as . occasionally . he wants to breathe untrammelled,jfreph air and brace himself for the balance of his long,day." : The reason we quote as above is this, that we.lcnow there is. a splendid army; of workers all over the province, that have been and , are pinning their faith to the mask, -and we don't want them to think that the public has been in any way .misled. That'is notHhe fact. The laboratory has what seems absolutely coo: elusive proof that there, is a danger zone of af; least a ten-toot minimum in a room where the air � is , quiet.. What -the danger' zone \^is' outside when the wind is blowing and possibly particles of dust flying is presumably Impossible to test The medi-^ qal 'profession now says that :the use of Ihe "mksk' a{j the 'regulatfon is enforced l,si>moreslnjuriouS; than ^help-ful. There'was a tendency, on the part of, the public, ra.s was'pointed out at the meeting of the , piedical profession; to make V warning use of the regulation, and'to-use' the mask entirely more thali was mieCessary outside and to disregard it wlien they come in. i The provincial..board of,health wds aware of these difficulties, and yesterday afternoon passed a regulation, which they ptopos'ed asking to be approved of today, varying the order so as to make, it apply as Calgary has made it. apply, simply to, those inside, except in the homes, and they communicated this, to tHe members of the academy at their meeting last evening. > The-maski regulation .Is iBtlll ; 4n, force iu railway trains, street cars and in alljinside jplaces outside your own home:;'. iLmust not be forgot' ten that"tlvis'.'regulation applies to about two-thirds of the province; and the best interests of the whole field must- -be ^'Considered.' The 'Southern one-third is. dealing. AVith it through their, municipal' ^puncils.. 'iCdlgary and -Edfediton * are, ^therefore, aS to the mas^ rgulationi, now in ithe. saine position,,' " ' ! Super,thten,dent Bryan has sent* two poUce.'Bieri to go -to the north field; Jji addition to those- already tjiere,; to assistf in general organizatibn work and to give effect -to many appeals that come from all these points., ' Of course; the regulation, still stands against all pubUo gatherings. not se.?k re-electioa. WINTER HAS ARRIVED! BUY YOUR WINTER COAT NOW! The cost of it will not merely "remind you of did time prices." You will find ^ : !T IS LESS ALL OUR LADIES' WINTER COATS ranging in price up to $30.00, to be cleared at one uniform price of SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS ALL OUR LADIES' WlNtEIl ranging in ftnct up to $40.00^ to becleared at one uniform ' , price bf See Them. Ill Our l�iirdows � , ' ,i ^ � \^'.'''('\:J..-f'.-.,.'l',.Vv^-''*'''' m WA^T TILL PEACE SIGNED - Winnipeg, Nov. 21..;-At a con-| ference here today; of the liau-tenant-flovernor wlt'h repreienta-tlvaa of the ManufactureraV'Amo- ^ elation, the beard of trade 'and, oth�r orgahitatlona Iti\w��:'ilacld-: ed to postpone^any formal ceie- ; bration. of .peac�, until the peaee treaty had -'been 'algned and then to Join with the whole 'Dominion In a country-wide celeb^atiort of .theieverit., - : ;;:-':'v^;''' ; /'^.fy , cancel wah contracts ; Waahjngton,, .Nov. 21.T-rp�n^el- J -lation of war eontracto involvino 1 more than S1,336/XNW)M klnto the ?�1gning of the ani||litleo? ia aW-nounoed in~�, fettar fMni SoAro-.: tary Baker road to th*i|tnat� to-\^ day by Senator^Mjrtln, of Vir- > ginla, chairman of>fhe KpproprU- > tlon^ committee. " ^ ,' - 'i Sergi. White, it. veteran of th� N.W.M.P., died',from .inflnaaia.T; Ha waa with the,:Wood Moun'Uin dirl r-'-.t'�.''�.'.V!�-:''"'>^.:':Ci.'::' '�-� Gold Soap' gods farther and does more work for tlie;money because it is of ifche highest quality obtainable in laiindryj ; soap, and because it is also the largest' ' -cake obtainable at "tHe price.- The ; highest quality coiibbibed vi^ih-atrdttra', \ii generous quantity means jsconbmy foi;., you. Just ask for Gold Soaf>. ^ ' GoU Soap b marf� in �A* Aoctar � GdmWe factortee ma. 13879380 ;