FACE MASKS MUST BE MM By THOSE AFFLICTED It will be Just as well to remember the measurements for gauzo masks, because it is going to be compulsory for every person in the state of Utah to wear one in his place of business and as it will bo impossible for the busy workers of the Red Cross to make the number of masks required, every person will need to have the mask made at home. Take a piece of gauze, eighteen by twenty-four inches, fold it four times evenly, attach four tapes to tho corners cor-ners and you are provided with the best preventive against Spanish influenza influ-enza yet devised. Three thicknesses of cheese cloth will answer the same purpose, if gauze can not be procured. In an emergency, a handkerchief will suffice. As a further aid in the prevention of the disease, many nurses pour on the mask a little oil of eucalyptus. It will bo necessary to boil the mask at least once in every twenty-four hours for twenty minutes. Add to the boiling. water a few drops of any good and safe antiseptic. These Instructions are given because the order from the State Board of Health, making it Incumbent on every patient to wear the mask, and on all persons attending patients, and all people in offices, workshops, and public pub-lic places of every kind went into effect ef-fect today. In the opinion of Dr. Beatty of tho State Board ofliealth, "No" person need fear influenza if the protective gauze mask is worn." Influenza can be contracted only from tho exhalations of the breath of rt person who has it. and the germ will die quickly unless It secures lodgment in the mouth or nostrils, according to physicians. Tho mask, they declare, serves as a screen that will effectually catch and tangle the moist germ, which then quickly dies. The mask need not be tied closely over the face, but is sufficient if it hangs over tho nose and mouth.