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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta we THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1918 THE LETHBRIDOK DAILY 1IKKALD Govt. Candidates9 Figures Increased. Soldiers' Votes PAGE FIVE / In the double neat of Queen's, P.K.I., Nicholson got :j&r> soldiera' .votes, increasing his total to r��435. Warbnrton, liis. Liberal opponent, received only 23, which made.his total r�,27�i. Sinclair, the other liberal candidate in Queun's won �nut by four votes. He also received UK.-soldier vote** in England making his total vote 5,377. Mar-tIn, government candidate, HMi Ml* 1 Soulier votes was four under this figure with 5,373 vote.1?. In Prince County, LEiifnrgey, government candidate, received 270 soldier \oten and Re-id, his opponent, 42, liead'a toUil, however, U 4,207 against '1,974 for Lafurgey. Ah stated the soldier vole in Kngiand makes no change in Quebec province, where the election score will remain i>;� Liberals to ;i i�7r>. Led tic, �with 4i� overseas'votes, lias a total of! In Dorchester county where Mr. Sevigny was running against Lucien Cannon, the total soldiers' vote cast in Krance and England combined was only eight. Of these Cannon got five and Sevigny three. MONTREAL BYE-ELECTION I Ottawa, Feb. 25'.-While the soldiers i Ballanfyne'ft Majority folia oversea* have already .elected L'/ Hon. C. C. Ballantyne received (141 two jyoiv government members, they J votes in JOngland, making hla total have made little change In Quebec.* Munn his .opponent with 28 *of- diets votes received ft total of 240IL With UtM overseas Votes in Kngland, Don. C. .1, Doherty'H filial figures have grown to S?>48. Ouerln, with Gtf soldier votes, luis a total of 441(1. He saves his deposit, by a considerable margin. Sir Herbert Anion received 19(J votes in Kngland and Hushlou hla opponent, 113. Final figure;;: A'uuv; a,2�:i; Hush-urn 2,r,4!>. Pinal figures leave Argeutetitl and Broino counties in the opposition column. It wasNthought in some quar-; lorn that, they would/change over. Slat- j or, government, lit Argenteufl, with 64 ' soldiers* votes In England, has >.\ total vote of 1.B48. McOibbon, Liberal,/with �nit soldiers' vote lias a total of !Mi:> or a majority c* 4L'D. The Una! vole in Hrome county is: AIcMaster, Liberal, l,9Uti; Draper, Government, 1,48888, a Tnajorlty of McAllister of 438. TIic soldiers' votes ca3t in a iiiiiu-1 her of other Quebec constituencies fol-! low, the government caudidute.s name being first mentioned: Chateaugnay: Morris 32; Kobb 4. Oomptou: Melver, 13 4; Hunt 7. Hoche-laga: l.isago Kii; Martell, none.. Jac-ques-Cartler: Jasmin KHO; Lat'ortunc 27. Maissonneuve: Calian 173; Lorn-, | ieux 34. MbHisiqul: Englagid ii4; Kay 5. Quebec South: Scott 163; "Power" -t�. Quebec East: Drouin 53; Laurier 44. , Richmond-Wolfe: Crombie 71: Tobin %\). Sherbrooke: Davictoon 23f�: McCrea 18. Wright: Fritchavd r>4; Devlin :;. Pontiac: Cahill.5; Hftstien I Thompson Haa Majority ( Word has been received that Dr., Thompson, ex-member for the Yukon j j has received ninety overseas votes Jas against ten for Cong-don, his opponent. This with the vote -cast in North America gives Thompson a small majority. As the jnattcr of the legality of the soldiers' vote in the' Yukon i'i to be settled by parliament: this seal in the foregoing calculation i has been left in the opposition column. If Thompson is considered as �elected the government's present majority i3 contest St, Lawrence division in this city. In tho provincial �by-election made necessary by the appointment C)if L>r. .1. T. Finnic as collector of provincial revenue;, Mr. Marl Is acting secretary of the untMUpjor league of the province. THE POORER i EAI Save Food Win The Wa FRIDAY'S .> > * .> ; pHcitcrs' Probe Proceeds-^-Mav Show Wig V\i>\ Among Piickors CROC 4 SPECIALS Winnipeg, Feb. 28.-Officers of the three federation systems of the Canadian Pactlc, / Canadian Northern and Canadian government railway, stated today- that they will demand an 8-hour day from the railway corporations. This decision was arrived at this morning at the meetings of the employees of these different rail-> i/vays in the labor temple. 1 II 0 CONTROL HAS Chicago. Feb. --.'. the ^;reat meat j packers and disclo-^ uhai govenimeni , investigators heli*'\(- u-il| show plans to take complete in� i-.-ion laid the fac oemfe vun^unicu n> ten- ; before eougreas and nskod for action. pie at Home Charging that II '"iiry Veoder, coun- . Isel for the packer.-, "is still the-cus- ! todfan of many i-hoim-s which hfive Ottawa, Keb. 28.-Tlint t1\� food con-| been used is instrumenialities in the tro! department under ilon.'T. A. j commission of fclnm^,'" Mv. Honev Crerar, minister of Agriculture, is pro-i Asked for a supplement to the cspion- i Get a 10-ceut box. -v Si'ek headache, hiUouRness, coated longue, head and dose clogged up with n cold-always trace this to torpid liver; dolayed, fermenting food in th� bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in* (estines Instead of being cast out oC ihe system is reabsorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches tho delicate brain tissue it causes congestion and that dull, throbbing, sicken* iug headache. Cascarets Immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gftattea, take the excess hilo from Iho liver and carry out a;l ihe 'OiiBtirate 1 '.ta>t* matter ami poisons in the uoweU. A Cascaret tonight will surely iflralghteii you out by morning. They work while you sleep-a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head clear, stomach, swe'et breath right, com plexion rosy and your ii%fer and bowels regular for months.-Advertisement. PLACE CONTROL RATES TENDERS Tenders will be received by the undersigned until noon on Saturday, Marc)) Hi, 1918, for the erection of a School House on Sec. 16, Towp. 15, Range lti, W. of 4th filer. Plans and specifications can he seen at Dept. of Education, Edmonton, and N. \V. M of Sec. 4-15-16-4. Lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted. Signed J. F. GORRILL. Secretary Brunswick School Dist. Xo. 3574 Dated at Riverbow P. O., February 21st, 1918. Ad "Y Washington, Feb. 28.-The house today amended the railway control bill to place the rate making power In the interstate commerce commission. The vote was 164 to 157. As reported by the house interstate commerce committee the bill reposed that power in (he president. The senate made a similar amendment. The house bill now virtually conforms with that passed by the senate on the compensation and rate making features but as they stand they differ dn tenure jof government control after the war. The senate measure limits the tipie to IS months^ while the bouse bill j proposes two years. ducing results beneficial to the allies, is shown in a. statement to handNfor tho week ended February 9 regarding Canadian trade in lake ftsh in the three prairie provinces. The United States imported 1.9(>0,000 pounds of j lake fish and Canadian prairie pro- { vinces consumed 1,000,000 pounds, all from the catch from -the lakes. bast, year -So percent of the lake catch was exponent to the I'nited Sbates, but, this year 50 percent of thti catch was consumed in Canada. The result of this hay been that the people in tiie prairie have consumed lif! percent more fish for the week ended February 0 than thy did last year during thei-tame period, which means that there has been less meat consumed and thus leaving it available for export, to the aliiei. age law to facility.' the government in inquiring into th.- industry. "The Clodhopper" is the l'entuie the. f-hnpre^.-. Ioniant. i Kvereit Xelsim was born on a farm and is an only hod. He does nil the wild wok on the place for his father, who keeps the country bank, Knable to stand the bondage any longer, Kvcr- ott leaves for Xow York in quest, of v. orli. While job hunting he sees a sign or, the door requesting the services of v. janit'O*. On entering la apply for the position he finds himst-lf on the st'.e.;e of a theater, where a rohear^l for a munieal coirn^v is in progress. Fox comedy also. \ hesi be described as "a patriotic comedy." With Lauroitc Taylor in the lending role, that of a poor drudge in u London tenement, without education, leading ihe drabbest of life, who does her bit for king and country in the meat war, it became the Munition i>V ' the hour. $ Hfiy wjr veierans from tiie city of > * *jGagnou; Majors VY. C. Hyde. K. (.'. Rush* J. b. Lash, C. E. King. \V. .1. Taylor, Captain 0. W. Wiggs: also^ Captain H. Prltchurd of the Imperials, formerly with tho Canadian Corps; Lieut. James Gray, Camernns, belonging to Toronto. Lieut. J. M. Ashby is gazetted -fly- \ ing officer and Lieut. L. C. Wetford; observer. ( y Jvance Sergt. \V. J_i. Greenwood, is gazetted lieutenant in ^he Indian Reserve officers. + 1 \ in in TONIGHT PRICES 10c A.ND 25c One of Charlies' Best, of Exceptional Beauty. Also "MIGHT AND MAN," a Good Triangle F�atur< Also "THE GREAT SECRET." Positively the finish Two Nights Commencing m&TRE Next Monday THE CALGARY GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOCIATION PRESENT THE VIVID PLAY OF MILITARY LIFE FROM RECRUITING STATION TO'FRONT LINE TRENCHED f 1' ^_ - * y OHAKLES CHAPLIN in "I Aiii" at Orpheum touight A timely 4-Act play by Sergt. Gillies' Company Prices: $1.00, 75c, 50c. Scenic Productio Veterans - Complete SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY AT THEATRE J 1 - \'. . Tut m \ n i \ t 1 f f r J ^ ;