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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OC)imt:n fAGE ELfciVEN phone 1224 :.;. : .;. : .>.;. Mr. llalph WndtUiifitoii is ill with liilliionza. i;: ,  Mi-H. A. \'. Gil)lioiis in leaving slion-ly lor Kansas City to Join her daughter vlio Is atteiuilng High scliool (here. � * * :\Irs. h. (Jarlsoii of Ho\v Island, i.K � ^ Friends of .Miss Kutlileeu Terril!, "^lio has been ill In Rdmonton with In-lliKMinn, will be ploa.sod to liear that she is well again. * � * Bishop G. \V. Green returned last v.eek from visiting in Salt LnUo City. . * * , Miss F. Gibsonr"" who has- been rlait-Jiig In the city, has returned to Bow Island, *   : The workers who sew at the Red Ci'oss rooms on Monday nights are a.slied to return any finished articles and to call lor nioie. The work shows a lendeucy to slacken with the present opideniic prevalent, but the need tor Red Cross supplies is just as urgent and workoi's are wsked to beai' this in mind. Mrs. .AlcKillop will be ill the room.s at the usual hours from T.;',0 to |i.;',n, to receive and distribute work, * *  There will be no services of any liind at St. Vatrick'.s church this week. *   The niombers of the Ncxt-of-lvin are requested to be at the Veteran's club on .Monday morning at 10 a.m. to take part in the Victory Loan Parade. Mrs. Longworth. president. ft w * Will every njcmber of tlie Sir ."Vlex-auder Gait Chapter 1.0.O.K. who is willing,.to lake part in the pax'ade on > ? ? : * ? ? > ? ? ? ? : ? ? : flu' hospital popular ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? There are now 20 patients at the hospital in Wesley hall. Organization has reached its hoighl and with several ladles who have been professional nurses, assisted by V. A. D. helpers, the j)atlents are rc colvlng every care and attention. Over I'O volunteers are aiding in taking charge of influenza cases, both at the hospital and in private homes. -Monday please meet al Knox church at 10 a.m. * * * ' 'J'he proposed open air service Hhioh was to have been held outside of St. Mary's will be abandoned owin.'^ to the mask regulations. * * * The Art Needlework club will meet at the hon.e of ISlrs. D. A. Simpson af ();i4 1.5th St., on -Monday afternoon at �I o'clock for the purpose ot' givinfe wool and handing In socks. j � �  -  � ? : ? > : * : ? .4 * > : ' for' femini'e folk ? > ? : > : : ? ? * ? : : ? Among.the college volunteers for sugai- coijsei'vation in the United States- pr�clic�lly- one hundred per cent have given U|: cold drinks an(l candy, ftnti maiiy .tire, denying themselves- sugar'- in-tea � and ('.orEee, One (joilege girl Says; "f would never ha've thoiight it ��possible to give up these thirrgsr-VnttBp'nbt indulge in them now" noi' iia;l want.' them while there Is a-vi-ar-to 'w,!n,"- � - - ' Are yiju one of tUpse who are having fewer ice cream sr^dtts and candies this year? PROV. GOVT. ASKS FOR HOSPITAL ACCOMMODATION Wants To Know What is Available Here-Epidemic Not Any Worse FOR SEDITION I Buy ii Victoiy Bond) John FIck, an elderly man, who is well known in the city, was committed for trial to higher court by Magistrate Irwin lhi>! morning, on the charge of sedition. FIck was arrested by Detective Lobb of the mounted police, on Oct. Kith. At the time of the most recent tag day, he was working on one of the farms near the city, and is stated to have said to several present at the time, "To hell with the tag day. I'd rather be under German rule than British rule." 10 The Ihiag BLUE RIBBON TEA is the ve^lue: tfie lemmi, the prices and the worst thl||g Is to do without it. An urgent request for ihforuiutioii ug to what hospital afcon)modaiion is to be had in Lethbrldge foi' influenza cases, has, .come to City c;ierk Duff from R. B. 'Owens, of Ihe provincial health board. Mr. Duff is now taking steps to--secure the informatioTr: - ^ It is'undersloott that (hero is room for > lota i. of (10. beds in. the Wesley hill, where 0Tily-2,-| are at-present in-stalle'd^ . What other acconimudutiou Con be.obtained is .uncertain.-The old King's hotel in North IjelhbridBc would be un ideal building, but is noi in shape, and It would take consider able time tc renovate and enuip il. Situation the Same Tiie epideu-iic situation if, aboxa tlic I same in the city today, 'riievi^ has ' been a considerable decrease in the numliei' of cases daily reported ami Dr. DeVeber hopes that the epideiuic is on the wane. Some of the c-ases \Vhich have been In progress for a week are developing rather seriously. One dealh, that of .Mrs.- Ilayward, occurred from the disea.se last night. Several citizens are voluntarily ob-seiTlng the .;nask order, but no instructions, have yet been i.ssued compelling, ovci-y.person to wear a ma--*, it is likely, that instructions to this effect will be received l)y tomorrow, in wiilcii case it is expec-tod that steps will be taken {o nci that every one is u mask wearer who appears on tlie streets. -More help in the shape of nursing assistants is urgently, needed..and Ja-dies who are In any possible position, to give help in this regard sliould lui-tify (he medical health officer. Numbers of cases are being sent in from the countryside, and it is the fear of increase in these outside cases that led the provincial government lo send the query regarding hospital accommodation here. Suffered Since I Childhood Kidneys at the Root of the Evil Think of i'tl The joj? i,! youth marred by agonizing pains, ami all hopes ol a bright future hluucil out by thought! of a life^ b .r.leaoil with B/icIiache and other suQ'oriiiga. Such wag the case of .Mr. A. Call until a ,good friend advis'.'il hmi timt ther� was a remedy for his Iroulilo .an-J. lt�-.-would ^nd-it if In- nEcd (Jin Pillii.;..Bead what M:r,.'Cuil tays: "1 was trftUbUd jviti. :uy Kidneys since ichildfcoocl ami Hpont a large amount oi.Money on lioc-torn trying to got C.Br�fl. � I n.ttead of getting better I t^pl getting worse until a friend if uiinr, advised me to try Gin fdh. I did �o, and after taking oi, ststcmi^nt cannot-be doubted. Mr. Ciils mason for ffriting. this history of h--' (n.so was- gratitude for the relief iliai din Pills brought bim. Wouldn't, yon' do (he name if your case was smiila:? If you juCEer now-^don't suffer any longer. Use..Gin Pills and obtain relief from Kidney or Bladder Trouble, and the pain, suffering and inconvenience that they cause. 50c buys a feox.' Sold everywhere. Write for sample box. The National Drug & ("'hcmioal Oo. of* Canada, Ijiniited,Toronto. Ontario. -U.S. residents' 8?iouid ad.fress .'VaDru-Co., Inc., 202 Main St^Buffalo, N.Y. m INFLUENZA RAGES IN CANA Thousands of Cat�c Reported With Many Death*. MR. WILLIAIVI TOOLE. f'hainuaii of (.he Mctory Loan for Southern Alberta. ALL READY! T E TO RAISE 00,000'AING DISTRICT iNERS Local Miners Are Enthusiaslic-ally Organizing For the Victory Loan NEED IRE AID NC p b \'ictDj-y loan canvas.m-r- ai-p requested particularly to attend ilte meeting lo be held at headquaricr.s, SoKlluird j block, this evening, it is necessary i for every canvasser In be i)reHcnt to j obtain final instructions liefore the ; (-ampaign opens Monday morning, t The folioDi'lng mossagp has lieeu re-j ceived by Chairman Haaiiin of the I local committee, from Presidcui Toole and \'ice-presidunt Mantocli for Southern .Alberta: Caigery, Alta.. Oct, J.'i, Hi IS, A. G. Baalim. ;' ,, J j l^othbridge. Mta."; I PAiy -a- 'Vi'toi-.v Konfl) l^ii>. Wnliev -K. .Vormau. takfu i on s(i-ciiRth at Lcthhridgc. und wlio.'rTictory bonds as an inveslment ot undoubted security which with permanent peace for the world in sight promises very quick appreciation beyond par value when Canadiau finance markets are openetf to the Cuited States and the world generally. We .feel that your discreet and judicious'�effort:s among your people from somewhere will help immensely in mtikin.g southern Alberta figures what Ihey fihould be and we are relying upon your lurniiig in heavy records. \VM. XOOL'J, Chhirnian. C. R. MARNOCII, ( ! Vice-'Chairmau. lyOR OLIVER'S SMISSINGISr Pte. VN'ni. Oliver May Be Pris-onoi-ol'-War I ! *\iy a \'ielor.\- (juiid \ Kx-.Mayoi- William Olivei- received woril today thai his son. Pie. W. T. Oliver, was uiissing in Nclion since 0 Diteate. The eiiidcmic of Spanish Inflnen):* which played such havoc in Europe, has reaohoil this cuutiiient. Xhoti-.i;and,s of ca.ses of the .stiange inalaiiv Imve appeareii and many deaths are already reportcrl: Soi|p)Ou-General Blue of the 1''niVeiinisli Inllupu/.a will probably .spread iili over the counlr>- in six weelc^". Prac'-iciillr every .ship which toiic'hfs our sliores from abroad, briiius those infected witii tbe disfta.se. Hiirgeun-( itnieral Bloc uri|es that "the iuiliviiUial laki- all the precautious he can iigainsl contracting the di.venSK by care and personal liygiciie". Plenty of ejccrei.se Rhould be lak.en;tliedietshoulilbe regulated, cic. Spanish "Influenza affects most .spverely elderly ]>ersons and others whose powers of resistance are wcuUcae.d hy illness, work or worry, especially those, who are "mn-down' or "not feeling up to the mark." The rf.-illy great danger from ihei disease is not so liiuch in the disea.se iLself, a.s that it often develops into ]>neiim\>uiii. What everyoue need.s now is n general tonic like "Fruif-a-tives". This wouderful fruit medicine ig not a grTiu-killer. It is a body-litiilder; n ,stniugth-maker; a blood-purifier; ;i poiver in protecting against the riivagft,^ of disease. " Fruil-a-tives" r�pulate.s the kidney,s and bowels, cau.sing the.se organs to clinjinati! wa.sle regularly Mid naturally as nature intended. "Fruit-alive*" keeps the skin active, mid purifies and enriches the blood. " l-'ruit-ii-tjvos" tones up and streng:tiicu.s the orgaii.s of digestion, insuring ftiod being properly digested and a.ssiniihited. ]'".vffryone cjvn take ordinary pre-cauiioiis, avoid crowded places, use " i-'niit-a -live.s " regularly to insure sduuiI digestion, to keep the bowel;; and kidticy.s regular and the whole .system in the best possible! conditiou. Then wc are safe from disi'a-se. . . "Fruil-n-tives" is sold bv dealers everywhere at 60c a box, fi for $2.50, trial size 25c or sent postpaid on rvith Influenza -aiid- her- endeavors to attend to the wants of others.^yas ,fatal jii its I'esulls to. her. .She loaves a husbftnd ARCTK EXPLORER NEARLY POISONED plenient ve beds ready to receive iiaiienis. '�To the Call Hospital for beds. "To the K. .\, Al. Police I'or beds ; and lifty pair blankets. i "To Ihe Red. Cross Society for j Moulreal. Oci.'.28. -^-Capt. .loseph j sliests,. pillow slips, lowels. etc. i Bernier, the'famous explorer, cahie "To .Miss 'fillcy and staff of .N'ursing j neaVhis death b.v poison on a.re'cfcnt .Mission and to Mins Ba%vden and her j trip (o the Labrador coast. He'felt band of V, A, D.'s for their energetic j sick while on Ihe Canadian goyern-and successful pfi'orls in organizing a "ment steamer Rouville and partool^^of Dentistry As We Practiie It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALOARV OFFICE-11BA EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. Tells How to Stop a Bad Cough Surprliinr reanlti from thl� famniu old lioma-made tjrvp, Kailly pr�p^Rd uud coats lltMe. �.tsusimisxsimsgss) If vou have a aewre cough or chest cold accompanied' ivith soreness, throat tickle, hoarseness, or diflicult breathing, or if your child wakes np during- the niRhti with croup and you want quftk' help, try this reliable old home-made couf;h rcmodv. Any druggist can supply you with ounces of Pine.v (50 cents worth). Pour this into a l(i-oz.-bot-tle and All the bottlo with plain (ttftnti-lated Busjar syrup. Or you can use clarified rtoIasB'es. honoy, or corn syrup, in-'-stead of Bugai 'syru'p, if dcSired. This makes 10 oimces of really remarkabl(s qough remedy. It tastes pood, and- in spite of its low cost, it can be d�pcnded upon, to K'vo (luick and laBtinp relief. Tou can feci this take hold of aootigli in a way that means busine-ss: It loosens and'raises the phlcRm, stops throat tickle and soothes and heals the irritated membranes -that line the throat and bronchial tubes with such promptness, easB and certainty tiiat it is really astou-ishinpt,. ' . . , ? ; : � Only those who have known the joy of a "perfect Life-huj|)y war.h-up ' after a dirty, ilusty job can realize the acute pleasure the boy at the front feels when his packaife from home contains LIFEIUOY HEALTH Its pure, Telvety-Utherinj! oils mean absolute cleanliness-^ it.s antiseptic agent means no germs and quick healing for cuts and bruiseii. Send him some I.ifer.-uoy Soap today. Thr rcrhtllr cdcut in l,lfcbu�y is a cf its protectiv:: ^uati-tigt-- vanisfiinl ouickty ttfter uu. oi'lcupled and althouiih w-e have to exercise .great care in admissions ,(only grave cases and those Jiaving no homes being admitted) owing to our limited number of beds, nevertheless we hope'we are moeting' lUe silualion ill a Jairly satisfactory, manner. "I also wish to iippeul to any who have iiol us yet offered (heir .services. There are mimerous case.s in iheir liome.s. cases, where Ihe whole family Is down. These case.s demand care and uttentioii. "Uo not deem lliat you have to be a graduate nurse or that it is requisite to have nursing experience, just step up and volunteer your, services. There aio many things an.v kindly woman i-an do. Tliery is the preparing of ! food and the many things Incidental I to iiousckeeiiing. Oniug these will rp-iievo (he nurses (o a great extent. J can a.ssnrc you that such women are ! ui-geiilly needed and... tlieir services ' would be gvcally appreciated. "Come lady citizens. Heli) us out. Any wisliing to volunteer their ser-vire.s will please call up Miss Tilley at the .N'lirsing Mission. Phono I:;;";. Thanking you for space, Faithfully yours, L. GEa "oeVKBER, M.H. 0. Bad in Toronto Yet ; Toronto, Oct. With over 1,000 j dead in the ciiy from the prevailing I epidemic-pneuniouia and Spanish influenza-and another heavy mortality list .yesterday, the outbreak, It would I seem, has not yet reached its peak. [There were 101 deaths reported here I yesterday. 70 fiom influenza and 31 from pneumonia. The total number I of deaths this month from the two dls-i cases were 1,018. there, wlio artcnded-him,' stated that the exijloref: suffered . from ptomUine poisoning. - Lever Brothers Limited, Torcioto, - Ont. The dealh look place in the . city last night, Oct. -^olh, of Mrs. Oliver Hay ward, rjth St. North. The circuiusiauces of this case are \iiiif AEOLIAN- VOCALION T i H E R E is nothing phonographic in thi; exquisile'inusic of the � Vocalion. lis tone is the \ real lone of voice and in- S strument. The iall rich-. * ness of the deepest bass, .. the bell-clear sweetness of the higheit treble it rcvoices in the complete splendor of the original tone recorded. Play the Vocalion, if yo� wish, by means of the expression device-the Gradu-ola. Each note respond* to your touch, you may shade each phrase as you choose. Demoasfrations are. gladly given to all intereited.in tb� , Vocalion. WILLIS PIANO CO. h.- C. C. Salmon, Manager Hull Block 3254 ?1843?44 4?0828 88218169 07709721 ;