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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT NIK l.KTHHIUlKii: DAILY UKUALD TUESDAY; FEBRUARY'S, 1�18 U.S. Will Live Up to All Expectations, Says Flood Washington. Keb. 5. The Kniied States will furnish more men and money for the war in a shorter t:mo than has ho en the fondest hone of our people or tin* nations whh which ar� ASKochitftd. rhainuan Flood of tho foreign a!fairs I'onunirtI'c dtvlarod in the house I oil ay in presenting ihe diplomatir :md innsulnr appropriat '.on bill. Tho chairman's assert inn was .u connect ion with his discussion ��f Colonel House's minion to Ureal Britain and Krance was made in the course of an nailine Riven the house tin the staremon; of th-s war department net i vi; ?es. \s a result of tho work of the mission. 'V.v. Flood paid, a eompie.e understandim: e.\i>r--of precisely what :lie allies need "voir, this country and exact ly w Tint I his country can furnish and when and ho w. ruder the seor^t.v'es of sure, war Hud navy, he declared. ;he coinifry wili furnish "more in m�*n ami nieaiiSfthan was exntc'.ed of us." The appropriat ion 'oilI a> prr-t-nfed hy Chairman Klood, i-arries ^S.-i'tl.i'ST for ' he next fiscal yi�ar. >;! nm-.m-,.. more than ihe rurren: iippriipr-anou because of ifu-re.iseti war hardens The increas-* provides fur -~> upw sec re! aries Tn embassies ami legations, many sec funds and other allowances. J n. c ?: n s s e Mission additional c!erk�. augmented i-t T discussed of 'ronlde hetween this coup-t: y and .l.tpan "Ka.'ionfii.;; of nou'rals. involving : n i � i * ?r 11 M't'iH 'C wish Mini c of he \\\ M Mlppllcs of such ( outlines :t - !lo!l:e>:|, UeniuaiK and S.veioui," lie said, "is a matter calculated  o create intense �oi iar ;��".!: s for ilist riluit in.n :")!� war operations the many e tunny ships thai took refuse a: she outbreak of war in pons uhuh hav  ceased to t>e neutral, lie : o;d of the depart-�neat's set re! service exposures re-mu'ihni: Herniau> and :li(. t� 111� 0e yard. A variety of fifteen different stripes, medium and light colors. Ii0, inches wide. A particularly Koort cloth for men's shirts or chfltl-ren's wear. All guaranteed wash col- count ries and w(�t'ks for peace in the Far Kas;. mii\-in.^ Quotes Profits of Dealers Supporting Charges on Eg^: Dealers in ON RYS. THEMSELVES e remo'.e tpossibility so nf-eu \ Ottawa. V e 1�. .*�. ~ \ V. F. O' C o n n o r. cost of MviuK. commissioner, declarer tliat he has nothing to extenuate. Mr. OVonnor was making; particular reference to his recent report regarding the quantities of t?gj?s held in storage in Canada as on January 1. 1JUS. Di>- I'nion Leader? Say Railwaymen ] cussing criticism of his report. Mr. o*- 4 'h Want to Discredit 8-Hour Law .ronnor referred, in parsing, to one Montreal Stn-rage company dealing iu egg?, which he did not name, as having declared fifty per eem of its capital last year in addition to reserves. "1 said ihar ?he prices charged for eggs were unjustifinhle and 1 stil' be- New Dresses of Silk and Serge H *_^"P* V ....... - \ WHsliiu.�ic*n. !�>!'. " --Traffic eot.-i;e^tion tliroughoni > he country wa5 Siamed on the railroad ruanagemenrs U(?Ve {hpv wprf> unjUsrm:ib.'e de*dar-today at the railway wage hearing hy � pd Mr> O"v0nuor. -y s:ii(1 tUil- an iu_ union leaders who said that me man� ( , rease in egg holdings of fonv-eiRht agements desired to discredit ;ae op- ue-r i;en[ *u .ianuarv i, uus a> com- Mauclaomc new styles in snia!1 women's, regular sizes find large women's sizes up to 44. A lovely s h o w i n g of the new shades such as taupe, grey, putty, sand. navy, black, etc.. in serges, poplins and Duehesse silks. Specially priced at SL'l\."�e to f'!5.0D. New Coats in Covert or Donegal Tweed Very attractive styles in excellent quality materials. Small and lar�e sizes. Prices $-2.f>0 to $35. A few new skirts and suits also to hand. Heavy Turkish Towels 50c Very strong and firm. White only. She M4x47. Fine Dimity Muslin 30c-35c Kine stripes and checks. Shown in various sizes. inches wide. Colored Voiles - - - - 75c i Kxtra fine quality. /Main colors of sky. pink, old rose, mauve and tan. 10 inches wide. White Voiles - 50c to 75c Same values as la^fc year in plain white and various width stripes. :1S to 40 inches. Paisley Voiles......75c I Handsome Silks---$1 75 Very handspme designs in gold, blue, mauve, etc. 38 Inches. ' Special Flannelette - - 25c White only. .14 inches wide. Very heavy and strong. Glass Toweling - 20c & 25c Old prices.on these goods. '2.- to 24 inches wide. WJdte. with red check. Special values. Shot Taffeta. Tussah. Poplins. Duehesse and Crepe de Chenes du a big assortment of colors. Striped Silks, Sl.75-S2.25 Heavy Habultai and Crepe rie Chine. White ground with neat stripes. Silk Lisle Hose - ... 50c Special value. Highlv mercerized. White and black. Huck Toweling - 50c to 90c Suede Lisle Gloves - $1.25 i A variety of a dozen grade* to choose from. Plain or floral designs. 22 to 24 inches wide. Dent's famous make. White or white, with black stitching. All sizes.  J THE LADIES' STORE 612 PHONE 453 THIRD AVE. S, era tion o; the eigh; hour law and more \n :ely r mak^ government opera ii on uf the roads a failure. W. �.;. Lee, president of the Railway Trainmen, said he had evidence thar veteran railroad men were replaced by inexperienced employees' at important gateways, that engines had been allowed to freeze up over night and that train crews had been called out and kept waiting until the 2*t hour law overtook them before being sent out of the terminal. Asked by Chairman Lane, of the railroad wage commission, who was responsible for these things, Mr. Lee said he believed he could trace it hack to about four hacks iu *Xew York City. R. F. GREEN, M. P. �Unionist Member for West Kooteuay.1!-which control railroad financing, if he -- i wished to seek the real cause. . v If you. sutler from this painful malady, appiy Zam-Buk. It is purely herbal, quickly eases the dull, gnawing t�-.S7 is equivalent to L'l j per cent, on our capttul stock and , , . , 114.r> per cent, on the average net cap- Tremendous war prosperity has a�-j ltal lm.eBt,,eiit." The capital stock most swamped the packers, as�mdi-jof Armour and company is $100,000.- cated in the recent report of Swift and i 000. It was increased less than two company, and in today's annual state- i years ago Irom $L'0,000.00U to the pres- I 4" RATI 0 N IN M U. S. THREATEN HUNS WITH REPRISALS Steven Dulmage.a farmer residing i at Millford Out/, 19 the township of. j South Marys'burgh," While cutting wood [ slipped from a log and falling on a ' buzz-saw severed the bone in his , left arm and three ribs, also cutting j '' a deep gash in his thigh. ment. of Armour and company. The Wilson and Cudahy companies are par- ent figure by a stock dividend. There is outstanding $riO,ooO,000 of 4 1-2 per an^ wandered all night. Next morn- \ ticipants in the good times, judging cent, bonds. Pi Ittrs, C. F op 1 Br , B.C-.5�vff: 411 suffered f�r ytarswith hjf ding piles. Tflie pain was msn so had I ��uld hardly walk. itried r rated v after raatedy, and finally ujaderwent an oper-alien, bat only got temporary reiief. At laat I tried Zam-Buk. P�r severs roe with ibis rempletctv cured roe and there has baeo no return of the trouble." Ate box. ill 4rufffi*tl &�4 itores. sbouldbe in every Washington,, Feb. 5.-A two-ounce bread ration was ordered by the food administration today for patrons of hotels, restaurants and dining cars. This allowance is about the same as that now observed in England. Telegrams went out today to the food administration's hotel representatives in every state designating the new ration. Not more than two ounces of wheat bread may Se served out to any one at any one meal except when bread or rolls made from com I meal, oatmeal or bran are served or only when one kind other than wheat bread is ordered a portion may consist of four ounces. Rolls may not weigh more than one ounce each. 1 TAKE PROPERTY OF London. Feb. 5.- fYia Reutersl- A neuter's dispatch confirms that Britain, through Holland, has informed Germany that unless the captured British airmen, Captajn Scholtz and Lieut. Wookey. who were sentenced to long imprisonment for distributing leaflets from th*� air. be immediately released and treated as ordinarv prisoners of war, Britain will be eomv,e.l> ed to make reprisals and a month's noricr will be.giv,*u in accordance ui;h the arrangement reached by Lord Newton's recent mission to The Hague. Britain will not admit that the n^.r-liif.i, according to the German �:onMention, committed a breach of international law. and points out that Austro-Gennan airmen lepeatedly pamphlets In. this manner. 1 During the short course of the Sas-I I katchewan Agricultural college. Dean I j "Rutherford spoke of the cattle indus-i try of the province. He said the in-1 dustry had developed steadily, in lMni j tjte province possessed only Sti.tmo: milk' and IGO.01.11 beef cattle, while in! 1016 the former numbered 358,000 andi the latter 5 S%3 mm The First National Bank buiUliuft, generally known as Rempfer Bank, at Parkston. N.H., was adorned from top to bottom with a coat of bright yellow; paint. Wm. r. Kempfer. hank cashier and secretary of the South Dakota branch of the people's Peace Council, was driven oik of .Mitchell while at-J tending a Socialist meeting. 1 1 Having acquired by lease almost! every available building in Ottawa I not being used lor other purposes, and finding even these inadequate tjj accommodate rhe growing army of government employe's due to the exten-: MAGRATH ON THE JOB *-' f * Washington. Feb. 5. --President Wilson hy proclamation today included under the term "enemy" in MSCUTVUMftlKS ing with the enemy act. all alien enemies who have been permanently interned by the war department. The effect of the proclamation is to enable the enemy alien property custodian to take over and manage the property of enemy aliens of means who have been permanently interned, thus eliminating any possibility of their carrying on from the internment camps .trading activities which might be inimical to the interests of the l"n-ited States. .Moose .TawT Feb. 5.-The Kveniug Times savs: "Fuel Controller .Ma- grata was appointed last fall but he waits the appearance of the first robin to bring in his fuel economy order, acrording to press dispatches the re the trad- iiel- ror Ontario towns must be imuied- droppe i J sion of pension, assigned pay. records,;' J soldiers" estates and other branches connected with rhe war, and to the! overflow from existing departments, !j the government contemplates the ; erection in th*' spring of another pre-j tentious building in OttiifVa. Isn't It Worth a Trial? iate. Our best recollection is HOG PRODUCTION It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE w will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live stock. 361 JLethbrirJge Branch- - R. T. Rrymner, Mgr. It is absolutely harmless. ntfibation JUCIS7IMP Manufactured by STANDARD OIL COMPANY (NEW JERSEY) BAYONNE - NEW JERSEY EMU � STEVENS in'THE SLACKER" NUJOL IS NEVER SOLD ULK ^ If your druggist ha'sn't ^UJOL, send $1.00 for pint bottle to C'iiini'Jian Kojc H75, Motitrraf RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. W. H. MCCAFFREY KENNY & ALLIN J . D. HIG1NBOTHAM & CO. F. HEDLEY DRUG CO. JACKSON A. CO. -*T THE EMPRESS TONIGHT J. J j ;