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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / 7;IUnSDAY, FfeBKUAUY 28, 1918 THE LfeTHBRIDGE DAILY JIEIiALD ......I vt. Candidates' Fi^es Increased, Soldiers' Vbtes ____V__ duawrt, Fob. ac-Willie tho floldleM toWB ovoraoas liavo already .elocied.. two'inoie govommont members, they liavo inado tllilo change in Quebec* . In tho douiilo neat of qtieen'ti, P,B,I, Nicholson got 395 soldim'iVotsB, In-croaslnfe Kl� lotftl to 5,436. VVarburton, � Ills. Uboril opponent, recalvod only 23, which made,hlB total 5,276. SlndMri the otherLlboral candidate . In Qilbon's wonout by four vatfw. He nlHH received SS.'sbldtet- votes iii England nittklng Uls total vote 6,377. Mar-.tln, gorernment oandldatc, a�jMi 3!�1 olrtlei- votes was font under ttitH flg-, iiro with 5,373 votes.- ^ In P,rlnce Cpiinty, Laifurgey, government .oandldWo, recetVe Dist. No. 3674 Dated (It RIverbow P. O., . February 2lBt, 19^8.^ . . Ad "Y More Fish artd Less Meal Now Being Consumed By People at Home PLACE CONTROL RATES A -J--. Washington, Feb. 28.-The house today amended the railway control bili to place the rate making power In the interstate commerce commission. The vote was 164 to 157. As reported by the house interstate comme'i-ce committee the bill reposed that^'power In the president. The senate made a simllnr amendment." The house bill- now virtually con-lorras with that passed by the senate on the compensation tind rate making features but as they stand they differ (fn tenure government control after the war. The senate'measure limits tho titae to'18 month>>^ while the houiie bill Pt'oposes two jreara. Ottawa, Fob. 28.-That the food control department under Hon.'T. A. Crerar, minister of Agriculture, Is producing results "beneficial to the ulUes, is shown in a statement to hand'^or i tho week ended February 9 regarding i Canadian trado In lake fish in the ' three prairie provinces. The United (States imported 1,960,000 pounds of lako fish and Canadian prairie provinces consumed 1,900,000 pounds, all from tho catch from-tho lakes.  Last year percent of the lake catch was exporie/i to the United Stiates, but this year 50 percent of the catch was consumed In Canada. The result o� this has been that t-ho people In the prairie have consunied 35 percent more fish for tlie week ended February 9 than thy did last year during theJsame period, which means that there has been Wsa meal consumed and thus leaving. It available lor export tQ tUe.alllea. Chicago, Feb..28. - Viirioua angles of jpackers'"acttvHIeH weio treated today b}t�Ui!ranols': J. Hcnoy, i-ounBcl tor the federal trade coiniiii.s.slon 'In its Investigation of the iiicnt imcking industry. Lettersjwere vcmI tolling ot efforts inade by Coduhy ami flomiiany to oh-tiiln permission froin the food administration tO'lncludi' cheek mt^At" In deliveries � on ftTiiiy cuntracts. This nioat ordinarily '� ""t Inchuled In the gVades on which lilds aro asked for tho army. A letter to \V. !1. .Murphy, Omaha manager for'Cudnliy ant! (Jompnny. 'from the Chicago li(,;iers 3ada Biscuits. Regular OA^ 35c. Friifty............................ OvC Finest Pot Barley. RegulSr 2 lbs. 25c. I OC- Friday, ZVz lbs.......................... LOV. Finest Ground Sulpher. Regular 2 lbs: 26c.-OC Friday, 3 lbs........................... itO\> Coarse Oyster Shell. Regular 8 lbs. 25c.- 0'C�' Friday, 9 lbs............. ......fcaU Finest Salted Cod Fish. Regular 26c lb. AAti Friday, 2 lbs........ .........,......1*tC Finest Castile Toilet Soap. Regular 8 for 26c. nfi- Friday, 8 for............................ fciPC Japl Marmalade Oranges. Regular 704 dozen. |�A_ Friday, per dozen...................... UVC Deliveries Every Hour Phone 31 3 What the Press Agents Say AT T^HE EMPRESS "The Clodhopper" is the feature at, the Empress tonlghl. ^ Kverett XclKou was'born on a farm and Ih an only sou. He does -all tho Hiurd wjrk on Ihc placu for his father, who keeps the country bank. Unable to Hianri tho bondueo any longer, Everett leaves for Now York in quest of vorU. While Job hunting he sees a sign 'in the, door reqtiesting the services of a janitor. On enterin'j; to apply tor tho position lio Clndb himself on tho. stase of ii theater, whore a reheari^l for u musical commlj' is in progress. ' Fox comedy also. l^nnrstoreWaiiteii tB��t'opening in Southern AV .Ueym'^^rr.,,::,, ' . ; CHA*�,' T. COU�IN�, v.. 'T6wntlte Agant,; Madrid, Feb. 28.-Tho retirement of the- governm�nt-..Ythe alltea, wlille preaervlng ottici�liy;^ttae neittraHty, of the country, lt-^-wii�..augC)Mte(l that Spanish laboreri migbt i)e^P�lKs�ni0. might be given to American buyers for tlie expeditionary force- In'Prance, so as to affect a aaving In.tonnage'. ' Ottaivii, Feb: 28.-fOn the eve o� the, threat,ened strike of "the workers in'the shipyards at Victoria, B.C., Vuncouver, New Westminster and. Coqultlam, 3rlt-' Ish Columbia^ the government has � appointed a commission composed fit Judge Murphy, -of the British Columbia supreme court, chuirmain; Gordon Kelly, president of the trades and labor congrass of Vancouver, and H..Tonkln ot Victoria, munnger of a mine on Van couver Island, to investigate the differ ences between- the owners and employ ees and rcommend the proper remdy. /j Can't Give in to Men Vlotorla, B.C., Feb; 28V - 'jSo far as the board is concerned. It cannot recede from ,the stand ^ taken right along. One thing Is certaUn it is Impossible to concede the demand made upon us by the men. We hiave\to renBvy .varrt, has begun an Investigation Into ihi" sinking of tho naval tug Cherokee on orders from Washington. Twenty-nine members 6l the crew, IncludluK .funior I.ieut. Edward D. Newell, the coriimander ot the vessel, were lost when it foundered ott the Maryland (iiiist. j . Lieut. Newell'h wlte.aml Mrs. Elvii-a! Martin, wife of /V. A..Martln. a .second class petty nffidp]',"\Vho .was rescued ' from the sea after the disaster, de-; Glared today that their husbands had repeatedly intormOd thoiin that U;o Cl^erokee was uuseaworthy.' WRECK CAUSED FIRE Rochester, .\'.Y.,.";Keb. 28.-Merchandise ot an estimated; value ot $100,000 was diestroyed this morning at Clyde when a fast freightJiraln oh the West SRore 'crashed Info the roar end ot a,--coartraIn. Twenty .cars were de-niOlisbed. Tlie crews of both trains escaped by Jiiinping. ..� j AT THE MAJESTIC The most remarkable play which Iia.s come lo the stage In many years is "Out There," which will be presented by .1. strong company with Elsa Kyau at tho Majestic t-heirtr^^n Saturday this week, March 2nd, niatinoo and night. Written- by J. 'Hartley Manners, author of "Peg'O' My Heart," It .awoke New York when it was first/produced there fast-season to'an\ appreciation of a dramatic composition which can BANK emARINGS ^ The "bank (ilearlRgs for the month oC B^ljruary. lu/Mth liri^co werd ;�� itollowa: 24S,54it> For ^FWbruaiy 1917, |2,0ttS,8S7. ITor the week>end-ing Thuriday tbey waiiek last yeub- )> 12.- L917, MENTIONED By HAIG � London, >FelJi^28.--.'ia�e following CiV-nadianv, appear in the supplementary list mentioned in General Halg'^ dis-ipatches: ' / ajent;-Col. K. B. Wortirington, ,T, T, Oagnou; Majors W. C, Hyde.'E. C.' Rush, J, L. Lash. C, B.'King. W. J. Tayjor, Caiptaln C, W; Wlggg; also. Captain H � Pirttch*rd �t the Imperlalfl,' formerly M'lth the Canadian Corps; Uleut,' James Gray/ Camerons, 'belonging to Toronto. Ueut. J. M. Askby Is gazetted *ly-, ing ottker �nd>j:ileut. L; C, Wetford,' Observer. THE WORLD FAMOUS TRIO Leo eal in the (jpaphic storyVof; the" lives of men living In the very heart of nature. TONIGHT. AND SATURDAY H^fTINEE, JESSE L. LASKV PRESENTS JACK PICKFORD AND LOUISE HUFE^ IN . > . �"The Ghost House" Alao "ALONG CAME- MAfVir-'-COMEOy; ; ' , At 8.30 p.m.-|~-' Uniier auapitiea of the Choir. Prfcea $1.00 to any.part of the auditorium. Children under 16 yeau, 5(^c. Ticketsnow Robertson �. Co. Book Store, Jackson & Co., Drug Store,'.Armstrong A Raworth Je'#,elry Store and all membera of the.c�\oIr.. It Is secure your: tickets as early ai: poasible.': Pr^specta': ai^ for, -crowded: house.'- '.: ONE DAY ONLY, NEXT SAT., Mar. ? MATINEE AND NIGHT  AUTHORir.y of KLAW & ERLANGtR I AND GEO C,TYLER i lAURETTE TAYLOR'S CREAT NEWYORK SUCCESS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINO PATHE PRESENTS - Mrs. Vernon ' Castle IN "THE MARK OF CAIN" j("50/^EWHERE IN FRANCE") . , by I J.HARTLtV r^ANNLkS I "peg O'MY heart" 1 ELSARYAH ; Dl f/ECT fROM I WO 5/t'.tW,s > IN NEW YORh. . "ONE NIGHT ONLV NEXT Wdnesday K MARCH V ^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1 The United Producing Co., Ltd.v^l Offer a-^Superb- PredMCtlon Uf'J New York's Qreateat' Oramatle^' : .^iSucces* � By CUdCNE' WALTER* \Author of "Paid In Full," . "Bought and Paid For,";^ "The, Easiest Way," ,and other Dhe-' ' nomeual successes. With an All'Star 'Company, and' an ElalfSrate Scenle Produet'>^nd Saturday r ' ' Matinee. PMPRESS M-J| '.TONIGHT > L M ^^^^ : PricBsrlOc :and -laBc Prices .-10c and'25o' The Big Spe6i|Btl "THE CLODHOPPER With CHARLES RAV; the 8tar>Sublime. Alto Latest Wjiekly and Ser�an)ln|l  Funny Fok Comedy, Irand New. lw%.Ser,t Gilli�vCl^rti^ 1463 ;