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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i�age eight lJ.S. Will Live Up to All Expectations, Says Flood Wasliiugton, Ke\). 5.-The United RtKtes will furniah more men anJ money for llie war In n shorter time than has been the fondest hope of our ^ people ov the nations with which we \tre ftSKOClnffld,'Chairman Klood of tlie foreign affairs commirtec, declared in the house today in presfonting the dtploniatic and i-onsiilar appropriation bill. The chairman's assertion was in connection with his dlsniasion of Colonel House's mission to tJroai BrllaUi aud Franco !innd. [ Denmark aud Sweden," he said, "is a j matter calcnI.Tted lo create intonsa Ir- i ritatitm. with tnnslWe rl.sk of its de-velopiut; into enmity. Too much cannot be said of the splendid manner in which the stale department handled : this delicate situation. There is no 1 friction with any of the neutrals growing out of the course which our sov-crnment was compelled to pursue with reference to these matters." Negotiations with diploniat.i- uii;-.sions from Kngiand. tVance. Italy, Russia, ,lapnn. Belgium and other countries, ho said, have been carried on with nndiminished vigor. Distributing ffnemy Ships. Mr. Flood spoke of the state department's negotiations for dislribuling, for war operations tiie many enemy j ships that took refuge at the outhreal; j of war in ports which have ceased to! I�p neutral, lie told of the depart-1 ment's secret service exposures re^j garding Germany and tlio effect on' liatixi .-Vniericn and the world, Jiow ihei department is looking after prisoners of war, the welfare of subject races, ; like those *in Palestine, .\rmenia, Sy- -- rla and Poland, and how it must pre- rk � i� ri. t pare dut'ing the war for protection of WUOlCS . Pr./Bfits of 'Dealers American itxterests .after the war. j Supporting bKargC^ on Tiiti LFiTHBIUDGIi HAILV Hi:r - \ f L- JIIIIJI'IIIMJI TUESDAY; FEpRUAHY: S,m$ W. ?, eULER,'M.P. Ijaurier-Liberal ..member, for Murt Waterloo \1 It in BLUl THE CONGESTION ON RYS. THEMSELVES! Egg Dealers Ottawa. Feb. 3.-W. F. O'Connor, cost of living^commissianer, declares tliat he has nothing to extenuate. Mr. O'Connor was making particular ref-I trence to his recent report regarding; ______ ; the quantities of eggs held in storage I j in Canada as on January 1." 191S. Dts- j Union Leaders Sav Railwaymen cussing criticism of his-report, MK o'-i ' Want to Discredit 8- l-^'""""'- '"eferred. h. passing, to one; Hour Law Montreal Storage company dealing in eKs, which he did'not name, as hav-j ing declared fifty per cent of its capital last year in addition to reserves. "1 said that the prices charged tor' eggs were unjustifiable and I still be-' : Washington. Feb. .">.-Traffic coii- , : gestion throughout the country was | rblamed on the railroad luanagemeuts 1 dbi-p thev wovo �,,t,.,tiriTKi�  i i i i today at the railway wage hearing ^^tl^^^Z^'^T^'^.^'^^'i:^ � arm"en^t:ieii;rd�trdisi-';: ii'The-^or- ^/r"reniv,^^ra,^ti"? ,t i eration of the eight hour law and mo.. , ^'ared'witi '1' ' V^.Zt ^% \l.T: flm.re""'�' ""'"""^ ' ^-^^T""'' ' itio'L Of the roads ^ r� '"re. so. stated that thesL- goods ought to Trainmen':'Iai"d"h"'hl�L-idln^c:"traY 'yere in the maikel niucK earlier than usual this seaso^i, picking out the good ihings as they came along and are now in a position to offer prices much pelo^ present values; and while assortments f�r the season are not as yet complete nor coiihprehensive, we have a splendid showing for so earl^i? in the season and are featuring for the balilnce this week many lines, of merchandise at jDrities that you will not match again this season, tior for some seasons to come. New Voiies aiid^MyiUs, Cottons and Long Cloths, Dimity and Organdie^ Shirtings and Romper Cloths, Linens and Damasks, Towels and Tow clings/Flanndetlcs and Velouts, jilks and Dress Goods, Hosiery and Gloves^ Corsets and Underwear, Rompers and Gnrts' Wash Dresses and a particularly attractive showing of New Silk and Serge Dresses and Covert and Donegal Tweed Coats Special Sal/s of Wash Good�, 45c , Striped repps In a variety of fifteen various patterns. ..Medium and light colons and excellent quality. Heavy, weightvorepe in plain shatles.ot plnV*. olH rose, .sky, Copenhagen, tan, green, white and a few stripes as well. The Nicest Little Rompers We Have Ever Had To Show Made of splendid weight crepa, in plain colors-of sky. pink, cppenliagen and w;hlfo. In thrao veiT neat and perfect fitting styles. All guaranted waahable. Sizes 1 to 4 years at-f 1,00 and $1.2S per pair. Special Purchase Oxford Shirting, 3Sc Beautiful "soft quality cloth, %ow worth 5ftc yard, A variety of fifteen dUterent atri'pes, tuedluin and light colors. 30.' Inchon wide. A particularly good cloth' for' mon's shirts or chBtl-ren's wear. All guaranteed wash col- ( hrs. New Dresses of Silk and Serge ' : HantlBOhi^i new styles In' s]nnll women's, reguldr .sizes �nd large women's sizes up to 44. A lovely showing of the new shades such as taupe, grey, putty, sand, navy, black, etc.. in serges, poplins and Duchesse .silks. Specially priced at $22.,i0 to ifSD.OO. New Coats in Covert or Donegal Tweed Very attractive styles in excellent quality materials. Small and large sizes. F'rices ?22.50 to $35.0* A few new skirts and suits also to hand. Heavy Turkish Towels SOc A'ery stron'g and flriji. White Only. Slse if4x47. Fike Dimity Muslin 30c-35c Fine stripes and checks. Shown in various sizes. 30 � inches wide. Colored Voiles - 75c Extra fine qup.lity. Plain colors of isky.'plnk. old rose, niauv6 and tun. 40 Inches wide. White VoUes - 50c to 75c ' .Same values as la^ year in plain white and various width stripes, .38 to 40 Inches, Paisley Voiles  �----75c Very handsome designs in gold,(| B, ale,.} blue, mauve, .38 Inches, Special Flannelette - - 25c White only, 34 Inches wide. Very heavy aud stronjf. Glass ToweUhg - 20c & 25c Old prices,ou. these goodB, S2 to 24 Inches wide, WJjlte with rod check. Special Tallies, Huck Toweling - SOc to 90c  A variety of a dozen-grade.4 to choose from. Plain or floral doaigns. 22 ^o 24 Inches wide. ; Handsome Silks--- $^;75 Shot Taffeta. Tussah,, Poplins, Duchesse and Crepe de Cjlienes ,lu ' a big assortment of colprB..; Striped Silks, $1.7Sr|2l25 Heavy Habuital niij Crcpc de Chine, White ground with ineat stripes. Sak Lisle Hose50c Special value. Highly mercerized. White and black. Suede Lisle Gloves - $1.25 ^ Dent's famous, make. AVlitte or white with black stitching.; All sizes. CLARKE A CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 4S3 , 612*THIRD AVE.' 8, "With respect to what I said I have R. GREEN, M. P. Unionist Member for West Kooteuay.* If you. suffer from this painful malady, apply Zam^Buk. It is i>urely herbal, quickly eases the dull, gnawing' pain,stopsbleed-ing, ends the irritation, and in a short time completely and per man- law overtook them before being sent out of the terminal. Inothing to/extenuate and hope that i Asked by Chairman l.ane, _^ot toe | as long as 1 may, be permitted or^may choose to remain in my present occu- railroad wage commission, who was responsible for these things, .Mr. Lee said he believed he could trace It back to about four banks In "New Yoi'k City, which control railroad financing, if he wished to seek the real cause. patioq as cost of living commissioner, I shall not ba deterred by any means or course of action whatever from tjo-ing what I conceive to be my duty with respect to the premises," / _ TWO-OUNCE BREAD THRiEiSlS yc'plur, f�.C.,�iy�: "I luflftrrf *�( pim w�s Hn  ktd I MiMbvtUfwalk. J^VKd remedy after fatwdy, aad finslly uMarwent an oper-al^, but oalv got . tMporary relief. At titft } tried Zaro-Buk. Ptricrerance ^with tkis 'cainpleM4y cured me an-Buk io every Washington, Feb, 5.-A two-ounce bread'ration was ordered by the food administratitJn today for patrons of hotels, restaurants and dining cars. This allowance is abou> 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' 'fie served out to any one at any one meal 'except when bread or rolls made from com meal, oatmeal or "bran are served or only when one kind.other than wheat bread is ordered a pprtion may consist of four ounces. Rolls may not weigh more than ono ounce each. lAKEPROPERIYOF Washington, Feb. 5.-President Wilson by proclamation today included under the term "enemy" in the \rad-log 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 cits.-todian to take oyer 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 activltieB which might be inimical to the interests of the United States. e ICKED UP IN ASSING l=, FOR THE BUSY MAlJI London, Feb. 5.-(Via Reuters)^ A Renter's dispatch confirms that Britain, through Holland, has informed Germany that unless the captured British airmen, Capta|n Scholtz and Lieut. 'Wookey, who were sentenced to long Imprisonment for distributing leaflets from the air, be immediately released and treated as ordinary prisoners of war, Britain will Jje comper.-ed to make reprisals and a month's iioticr. will be.givjn In accordance wish tiie arrangement reached .by .Lord Newton's recent inlssion . "to The Hague. Britain will not admit that, the airmen, according to tfte German contention, committed a breach of International law, and points out that Austro-German airmen repeatedly droppe 1 I pamphlets In this'manner.   I MAQRATH ON .THE ^OB ,' ' Moose Jawf Feb. 5.-The Evening ! Times says: "Fuel Cotttroller Rla-i grath was appointed last fall but j waits the appearance otthe flr.n robin to bring in his fuel, economy order, according to press dispatches the re lief for Ontario towns must be Iramed-late. Our best recollection is ilmt Ontario weather In the latter pivt of tills trionth and March, while bUistcrv is not terribly cold. However,, Mr. Magrath is on the job and he shoulr know wliat he is doing, being in closi touch with Washington," �' v HOG PRODUCTION ^ It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BAGON HOGS and other live stock ^8 there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time io^come are assured. Steven Dulniage^a farmer residing at Mill;ord Ont).4l the township ; of South Mary^urgh.'ji'hile cutting wood slipped from a log and' falling on ; a buzz-saw sevgred the bone in his left arm and three ribs,'also cutting a deep gash in his tliigh. : During-the short^�course of the Saa katchewan Agricultural college, Dean 'Rutlierford spoke 6� the cattle Indus try of the province. He said- the Industry had develoi^ed steadily. In Iflioi ^be .province possessed only 561000 milk' and 160,000 beef cattle, while in 191S the former nuinbered 358,000 and the latter 573,000,;; ^ The .First. National Bank building, generally known as Rempfer Bank, at Parkston, N.D.. was adorned from top to bottom with a coat of bright yellow paint. Wni. C. Bempfeiv bank cashier and secretary of, the South Dakota branch of the People's Peace Council, was driven ont of Mitchell while attending a Socialist" meeting. Pfaving acquired 'by lease i^lmost every available building in Ottawa i not being used tor ;bther purposes, and j finding even these Inadequate tjp ac--commortate the gj-bwing army oC government emplbyes'due to the e.xten-sion of pension, assigned pay, records, soldiers' estates and other branches connected with the war, and' to the overflow from existing departm