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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGE TEN i iir- i.rVinniuuijK." nu.n.AL.u SATOSDAY. V5, IfREEliN HAS HOT SUPPLY bus every appearance of feasible scheme to mafce Leiblrldge. with Us vast ?oal JbE> pow- IT centre for Southern Alberta Is be- ing considered in all its by Commissioner Freeman who sees tn Ihf vlau ntimi au opjwriunity to reconstruction period. ine plai1 fs to use LetbbridRii coal to generate electric power for trausnussiou lo Raymond, MaemtU. Stirling aud any towns In which are wilhlu reach ihc project whk-h service suub :i si-beme migM 'afford. CommisMouer Freeman is convinced that, at reasonable cost, he can in- stal ao electric power system to dis- tribute jMjwer to towns rad- Jus'at 5fl miles considerably trmn towns can generate the cur iciit by indivHjal thus re sf feats ot the iown> considerable money, siring thorn con- tinuous sen-ice and at the Time total; lag some money fur ibe bridge municipal liahi and JIJWCT system. Ouiiay witli its mutitival coal mine at the door of Us municipal er "house, is in a position to under- take this power distribution arrange- nie'ni, neixjrJtug'to Mr. Freeman, and the cool would hot exceed SIXKMJUO te belieres, >vbile it might doue tor 575.000. Tliis outlay would be for ihe oJ5t ot :a t.ish tension transmission liue.oE Xp. G copper to connect the four SODlheru The distance miles and cost per nine would be about the Lelhbridee end, with the in- stallation of the new turbo- generator which Is now being built. the, ciiy will, have about 3200 horse jwrrer arailaHIe. This Is nearly double ti'hat is to take care of the loati. but it is necessary second machine in order GRAHAM WAFERS A moft AJppcbznuiT fUroredSoiBbaiit- to hsvt that m-irgiti of safety required to all power plants, ia order tUo lo take care ol ibe load in cfrcain hours during the winter mouths. So that about 13W> would be available to take car? ol tiny outside business .which mifbt ti- dfTcJoped under the present plan. What They At ite present Utne i? ui-j about 400 horse Raymond aboul MAprath about 100 and it U thought Stirling would take about 50 liorso poorer. This would make n total ot horse power uwtssiry to supply tho south towns, which ixiuld supplied (luite easily when ihc new power unit is installed he-re. 1 Taking as thfr COM of I construction of ihe high tension line jto connect up the distributing sys- cf the towns mentioned vlih the s I.riHbridge plant, ami flguriug inter- !CM i'nd deyreviatlon thereon, couai- [ing the cost ot the power at the' plant aud figuring the cost oil maintenance as well Mr. Freeman Ueves he can deliver power to the sr-uth towns at eight cents per til-; ow atL j What They P.iy At the present time tho people of Raymond Curdston are raying J4 cents per kilowatt white Magrarb consumers are paying IS cents. If On? tokens coukl get power from Lcih-, bridge at eight cetits. it could dis- tribute it and make collections on an- other two cents and still mate a money as the cost of distribution iu i? only about 1-5 of a com a kilowatt. Thus lor 10 or 11 cents a fciloTvatt the people of the south towns could have -electric light and power tor which tney are now yay- Ing H to IS cents. Another feature vrbich should be .attractive to the south towns is that itbe service would be whereas they are ncnv geitlos only 12- tfour service, Tlila would be a'feature which would be especially attractive to suiftH industries requiring a smalt amount of power. Of. couric the whole plan is In rough yet and there are many tfclngs to but _Mr. Freeman feels con vice wJ that the scheme could worked out and eventually extended until JLethbridge becomes the power centre for ill towns -within a EfO-niHe1 radius. It is felt that-in this war mucli can be dons in the fuel; conserratioa and also in-buUiHug up; (no industrial life of the south. The more power which generated at one .point the cheaper it can be' sup-' plied owing to the concentration of machinery and staff to operate; It Is lifeely an outline of Hh preliminary figures trill mitted lo the south towns to.igaln their opinion. It that gome of the power producerVimthese towns are to adopt the board of public asked for an opinion, as to'its j feasibil- ity, in a financial Vay.r- _ Announce me nt at the Ro lary Ciub banquet lasl'nigbt by PresK dent Baalim'that objecttfc set by the tire in tbe national campaign for catioaal purposes had -baon and a cheque for the amount is oeing to Winnipeg by the delegation, Trill -the local club at the-western copfeience. Tfi3 cheque wilLhe aanjled to W. J. Bulman, treas- the'committee on. Uie national conference on primary education.' Tho announcement. President Baalim heartily cheered by the members, as the ciinpaljn nad taen aa arduous one. Letters of appreciation are be: ins cent out to all who contributed. Pon't Coax! Your Needs a Candy Cascaret Look at the kiddie's tongue! Then hurry! Gire Cascarets to Work the natty bttc, souring fbo4 and constipation poison from_thc little KrcrVnd bowels. Children'.love Never dis appoi ntl Ciwt 10 ten I B a box. MR. LO8ENZO tEO Hull, "Fruit-aAivos" iscertainU a. wonder. For a ywr, J suffered will: Katxyta- tism; being forced to atsy in bed for fae witnins. I tried all iinds of medicine bui without gelling better; and thought 1 would never foTralk asii a. "One day while lyiar in bed, I raid abou; lFmU-a-tivei' the great fruit meJieme; it seemed just whit I nettled, so I decided to try ii. Thejirsl I took the tablets regularly until every trace of the Kheumatisai lofl me. Ihsvf ti'fiy in andsfrougly rcconimeni.1 them to suffererfrom LORKX20 LEDL'C. Ai all dealers or sect postpaid oo. receipt of price by Fruit-actives Limited, Ont, Lttnbririge is lo be visited on Wednesday, February W> by one of the of British labor mtn. Peter Wright, chairman of the British Seamen's Vision, who is novv louring the west. He Is jpraking In Fcrrtle on February 17. and will arrive in Lethbrldge ofi the midnight train the follow- ing day. The Great War Veterans and the Rotary Club will ate for the holding cf a monster mass meeting here at svWctt Mr, Wright wilt speak. Ii you wa'nt to hear the truth about Bolshevism from the lips of a man who hns visited Russia and seen it in all its phases, be sure to arrange to hear Peter Wright. If you want to hear the truth about the German atrocities on the high seas durinn four years of war, hear Peter Wright. No man has done more to set th'e people of Canada right on the'po- sition of labor in relation to the war and problems than Peter Wright, He has been heard by monster crowrfs a" the way from Halifax to Victoria, and there is no doubt that Lethbridge will greet him with an overflow audi- ence. FEED YOUR KIDDIES FIRST then give your attention to the starving millions of Europe. The growing bodies of children need the food ikt builds healthy tissue, bone and brain.Dont starve them. Shredded Wheat is the top-notch food for children because it' supplies everything needed to build healthy, sturdy bodies and is prepared in a digestible form. A real whole wheat food. Serve it with milk or cream; salt or sweeten to suit the taste MADE JN CANADA FJIML10 In Church to Fallen Annual Meeting is Held Tliu annual congregational ineeiiiig of cliurclJ in the parish hall last night. .The at- tendance -was quite-tlie largest for a miny aa atmosphere of Interest and cordiality made itself felt throughout the .whole meeting. Finances Good The reiiring -wardens' report d'the finances to be; iri' a satisfac- tory, condition, and was well "received, reports presented those of the envelope .the -Wo- men's Auxiliary, tho Sunday school and .the, cemetery board. _ The two church Simpson, were to their respective ofticcs. The following were elected as mem- bers the TtsXry: Judge J.. A. Jack- son, G. H..llarman, K. A. Smith, C. F.. P. Conybeare, B. A. Shannan, R. V, ynard, Matthews, It T. Bryni- ner, G. W. Robinson, T, W. Doughty, Holt. Clerk of the C. B, Bowman. secretary: II. V, May- hard, L .Auditors: il. 1 law.son pud Dinning. liy delegates to synod: Judge Jackson, Dr. C. P. P. Conybeare and R. Substitutes: '-Mjj'Free- Hjnan> G. 'W. Ilobinson, K. A. Kliarman, A Memorial It was decided liial a fitting and permanent memorial should be placed .in the church to commemorate those raember3 of the congregation who hart Given up iaeir lives in the great war. A small committee, consisting of Dr. Conybeare, H. A. Smith, Mrs, G. ap- pointed to take 11? this matter and re- port to tlie congregation, -An interesting discussion took ptecs upon the position ftie Communion jf.erflce. It was very erldent 'that no 1 change was desircil 'in the choral ser- whicli the rot-tor gladly acceded, The church warden ncntfoned that flfcveral envelope; aubscrlticrs hail loft during the year, and there would be need of increased support for 1019, An IJofariaur gathered hJic Alberta OriU night 10 bid [good-bye to Jack'Smith, a member who is going" to Calgary a-i assistant manager of the Hudson's Bay Co, store thf-re, Vic Green, another of the club, -who is now living iu {Calgary, was -to have been present, but detained'ui Medicine Hat. JIJH Craig acted as toastmaster at tho little informal banquet, and alto- gether a jolly such as Kotarians iiow to haTL1 spent Speech- es speeding the''departing iTofarians were made by a. uumbcr, and respond- ed to by Mr, Smith, ivlto was also presented a1 iRotariin eniblcnU beautifully Obiie iii sugar by -Manager! Merry oE the Alberta. The chief en-.( tertaininent "by thcj delegation'of the club'Avho'i left after for tlie.district'j conference Chief Hardy' had been infonrfeJ "beforehand and did not send a response to thu riot calls sent disturbed neigh- bora. Mr. Smith is leaving on Sun- day night to take up'his pe'ruruuciit i on Hie government niihvays. H ia j establishing employment offices UbrougU tho country to aid both, Uie j employer and employee, j The opportunities abroad have not [been forgotten. The government poses to establish credits Tor work mi- i tlertaken by utanufacturcrs anil pro- iducprs in connection with the rebabil- itatton of the devastated regions of whicli will enuble manufac- tureTs to finance contracts on a cash payment basis, and which should lead to ;i large share ol the business com- ing to Canada. A system has ueea begun for the compilation of accurate details of im- ports with the object of indicating 1lic directions in which trade may be de- veloped, A trade mission to London. and a Canadian Trade Commission with -headquarters in Canada, have been established for the fostering of commerce and industry. Important machinery is being built up by which, the government will co-operate with the matiiL (lircciton. iu every THE BRITISH SOLDIER AN OFFICER'S TRIBUTE liun and the (hunks ami full luNirts of those be has dcliveriMl. he it it :ill deeply, ilowu in bis heart, His eumuuns are euu- cc-aletl, Init tlivy arc sM.ronfj dcrful 1 London The -following is im extract from a I raifu niy It at to liiin. I live tor tetter to liis parents by ci British truculout. tliyrc fan try officer, written on thu inarch) always thoro, large and bijj, Ibr- most the victorious Allleil Armivs wouacrful tbiiiRs ho in IVal with liiiu, man to mun. work fur !iim, jiiu your in the whuel with him. iU-sjicci all littk- fads Uvu with him, but never got in the way of his Bt: always on iho F.JIOI, but. e victorious Allied Armies woiu the tierntati begins him. by describing the rcceinion given ,to the Uritish troops by the long-suffer- ing inhabitants ot tho French villages eu route, anil And through all this "Tommy" untouched aud HIa lieatl is not turned, his reelings. anOuuys, pays for ,5 heart is noyxn- a nuisance, and lie wilt you whatever J ills best, and as UK there is a they muy be, arc not shov.-n. lie gocsiOoil above m-. ihat best ij; ;i wumlor- into Ihc what he buys. He respects women, anil plays with children. Thomas Atkins, the man who made ail this iwasible, treats it all iu a won- derfully cliilcllikc and tolerant way, brushing aside alike tho curses of the ful tiring. H ifi Uiu srt'Jijeet and womlerfiil iJiijig, It is anil most wontlerlul thinu in the world. Our (orctalhcrs saw it at AS- iucourt, Blenheim, Quebec. Waterloo, anil a thousand other battles. Onr sous see it. ami our sou's sons. In l ions'-canted -on through Canada fry the Dominion government disclose'the fact that the task of replacing Canada a peace footing fo far as_'manufactures arc concerned, can bff'accomplished with little confusion, and that a -period of exceptional prosperity ami activity i lies before both Canada ami the Unii-[ crl Stales. Canada, aocording (o.tho Latior, is entering a period of appeal was made oy the rector fori expansion -greater than at any time in Jier history. There "is no anxiety concerning the attituile of tho-manu- facturers' of tht country, who realize that they must take full advantage of tbeir opportunities and minimize the difficulties ot transition from war peace conditions. Immeasurable op- iKjrlunittes, embracing every depart- ment of industry, confront Ihc Cana- dian anil with tho passing of the need for conservation, (he demand for goods ot all kinds will increase. Deferred construction programs, in- volving the expenditure of scores of millions of will be proceeded with in the spring, and industrial awaiting only for labor to tuauRurate large schemes for expansion. Stocks are low and the call for manufactur- ed goods will Coino from every quar- ter, 'flie demand it'll! be enormous. Knropo must be reconstf- I tutetl and rebuilt, ami vrllh the release of shipping for commercial purposes. wore workers in fhe .Sunday school. At; the close of ihc meeting refresh- trad irarts ot inenta weru scrred, :ind this added just Tvhat was needed to complete a ihoraughSy enjoyable evening, before tho meeting adjourned Mr. Kobloson announced that tne he stimulated. Trice: levels, it has been ascertain- ed, he generally-maintained. Any possibility ol a precipitate fall IR pre- cluded by tlie worM-Tvtdo Xo .MOTHERS- When your child1 is'.irritible, when the little tongue'is coated, breath tainted, give harmless Cascarets to thoroughly Jemse iiie liver and don't worry! Full JireC' lions' fo'r'cBittlfcrt's tesga'at fill ages brf'ttich 10 ccni CTenine. Tlie proceeds were to devoted to the proposed new piano fund. Votes of thanks were pastil to the rector and all the offfcira of Ihc I past year, and the rector especially expressed his appreciation to the con- gregation for coming out in such numbers (o the meeting, Cfark ol the Anglican