Compulsory Mask Wearing Looms in Fight Against Influenza I , . . n - - I JT --.-!l. .. ... . - ... More Vigorous Measures Urged To Curb Disease WITHIN the next twenty-four hours the universal wearing of influenza masks in Salt Lake City will beyond doubt be made compulsory by an ordinance to be drafted by the city board of health and upheld by the city commission. This was the statement state-ment made today by Mayor Mont Ferry. ''Personally, I am in favor of the adoption of the influenza . masks. In other localities the wearing of masks has had an effect on checking the spread of the disease, and although many authorities authori-ties declare that the results obtained are not worth such precautions, precau-tions, vet it will do no harm and may be the means of doing much - -fyrA frft Mid Mavtir Vcrrfi mlnlnir camps where the men laid off wofk it celebrate. Htitndardvtlle anil fltorra, both of whlrh had been under control for several sev-eral weelti prior to th peace felehra-Uona, felehra-Uona, and w hich hud ben entirely free from the disease for daye, show renewed re-newed epidemic activity. wi"Hnril- vllle reports 100 new eaaea and Hlorrs forty new cases. Tho situation generally, however, continues to be saUafactory, Ir. Healty atates, but precautionary measures should be strictly observed. While It hsa been announced several times thnf vaccine will be distributed free to all physicians and health officers, some physlclana are falllns; to tske sdvan-tae;e sdvan-tae;e of the offer and othera plead Ignorance Ig-norance that the offer has been made. Tho keeper of a coffee house In Winter Quarters waa fined f so Kt-tirday Kt-tirday for violation of the orders, of the stata board of health by permitting per-mitting crowde to Rather in his establishment. . The man was prosecuted prose-cuted by Ir. C. S. romeroy. health officer of Winter Quarters, upon Instructions In-structions from Dr. Heatty. Influenza. In epldemia form Is rampant ram-pant throuirh Illlnnia and Indiana, according to a meaeage received hy Dr. Realty. - Both atatea were forced MUST BC OBEYED. 'Aa an ordinance promulgated by the city board of health has the same effect aa one drafted by the fity commtealon, the breaking of Ihls compulsory masking will .be a mis- . demesnor and-wlU bo-punlshed by fine or Impriaonment. Fines for breaking euch an ordinance. If enacted, en-acted, will be :'5, according to the As chairman of the Halt lke county chapter of the American ted frs and as an official of the city, an appeal will be made hy Mayor Kerry Immediately -to President lleber J Omni of the Mormon church for the aid of the Women' Kellef o-:iely o-:iely in checking the apread of In-rluensa In-rluensa by securing member of th society ss nurses. It Is said t ira.1 no olher organisation in the city has better trained members tn practical nursing. Another appeal to school teachers and department store man-igera man-igera for nurses will also be made. NURSES ARE NEEDED. , If 100 nurse could be secured Im mediately for Influensa, caae. th epidemic would be well In hand within with-in one week, according to a otatement of Manager H. J. Bhleld of th Red to Usu closing orders after the dls-aao dls-aao had been thought to be under control and tha ban had been lifted. The outbreaks are attributed to peace celebrations. REPORT ON UNIVERSITY. Governor Bambsrisssyastsirdsv an- pointed a committee to Investigate health conditions at tha University of I'tah, where there are about (too young men of the student army training train-ing corps in barrack. A few cases of Influensa have been reported In the corps. The com mlttee is com posed of President J. A. Wldtsoe of the university, uni-versity, Ir. Perry ii. 8now of the university faculty. Colonel Kdmund H. : Wright of the student army training corps and lr. T. R. Heatty of the state health department. A report of the committee pertaining to It In-veatlgations In-veatlgations will be made to Oovernor Bamberger and Is expected to carry a recommendation that members of the training; body be given Indefinite furloughs, fur-loughs, so they may go to their homes until the epidemic has passed. ( Cross. j Yesterday more than, thirty calls for nursee were made to Red Cross; headquarters, making the biggest I number yet received on any Hunday I mce the Influenx epidemic TTiii serving t)f twelve men -rrr needed by the Red Cross to send out to hoiues where men afflicted with Influensa In-fluensa are delirious and can only be bandied by a man. Men echoolteach-rs echoolteach-rs are preferred. , The Red Cross ajrein announces that Stl those volunteering a nurses will receive remuneration from the Red Cross, regwrdless of the salaries they receive from their regular employers. ITUAT10N BETTER. ' LeeeJ health authorities say they are elated over the decrease in influensa rssea In Bait lke during the lest three days. WhUe ninety-nine cases war reported yesterday to the city board of fceeJth, only thirty new rases were reported at noon today. Aoores applied for inoculation galBst the scourge this morning at the emergency hospital. The Ieary arum la bing used and the treatment win be accorded anyone free at the emergency hospital In the public gaiety building. Three -shots" at various va-rious Intervals constitute the treat-saent treat-saent LUKE TO BE TRIED. Francis O. Luke, who was arrested last week for violating the opening mad Closing order, will be tried before Justice of ths Peace Henry C Lund tomorrow. The case wss transferred from the police court to the justice ourC A number of business men have been reported to me as violators of the opening and closlug law." said Chief of Police J. Parley White today, -and these men will be arrested, hi many raaea the owners and employers order their help to report for duty at the same hours as were previously In force, while these self same employers violate vio-late the rule by working their help after the stores and offices srs supposed sup-posed to close to outside business. This practice must atop and officers hsve been detailed to watch theas various Institutions today and during the week." CELEBRATION COSTLY. In communities in t'tah where pretentious pre-tentious victory celebrations were held Influensa tn epidemic form has broken out anew, according to reports received by Dr. T. B. Realty, state health com- m'ssioner This Is especially true of J EXPRESS CHRISTMAS PACKAGES BY DEC 5 With the ohiec of preventing the congestion of transportation facilities. O. S. I'lliott, vice -president of the American -:.v press company, has instructed in-structed all employes of the company to urtre that Christmas ex pre shipments ship-ments be started on their way by Ie-cemlter Ie-cemlter S. The movement of army sup- , pile's is sni.l to be he.ivy and eactitnc j an. I Mr. Uliot urges that no domestic burden be put upon trattsimrtat ion which would tend to lessen the delivery deliv-ery of ucli r-hlpments. The express cninpanv s suggestion Is in line with j : the policy of the council of defense. J Reduce j Prices on Buick and Rationale Oils and Greases If your car is a Buick or a National, now it . the time to stock up on oil and grease. Unusual circumstances enable ua to offer the ode snd gesasea especially prepared for ftuicka snd Nationals at prices w.nch are considerably below their stsndsrd vslue. They ere sure to as fast, so you had better order your season's supply te-' te-' cfsy. Randall-Dodd Auto Co. M W. 4th Ceoth. Wik bfO.